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TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, OCTOBHK 17, 1920.
ELEVENTH STATE GOLF -TOURNAMENT STARTS TODAY
Tulsa Country Club Is Scene
of State Championship Meet
fChami'ions Mattson and
OPEN TOURNEY TODAY
pjav o Holes Qualifying
Koum. in Amateur Play
I,AIUIY DAI LIS Y.
risslonnl and ninalour
"M.ihoma and tho soutli-
il, the. eleventh nnnual
i "f the Oklahoma State
tiuti gets under way hero
links oi tno luisa
i7,in!rv . Tim tournamont is
r "nil --st Thursday with the
(Caw".' f '',,al rounds for tho state
0 A Mittsnn. (if tho Kikcaldo
.ih f . .(.'ahoina City, stnto n ma
ll .f.ircl-i' -n unit John Gatherum,
I if the V'T Smith, Ark.. .Country
Ml- nr." clonal title holder, will
P defend ' "" honors in the tourna
Nell Knorni Golfers Piny.
.... tttnl'Ara Wnll known A
,cnlhc-'rr-! golfing circles, Includ-
Inc rnnn'!''f'5 en in""
in the lfljO tciirnamcnt. Among
them arc Pr It. S. Cunnlnghnm, of
,., - nut. fnpmor rhntiinloh:
nr'V' U. West, of Oklahoma City,
WMI of Tuln, a consistent and
fnrrrldi'lc player; James Kennedy,
ni Tu . one of tho most brilliant
of the "t" 'tiger golfers; It. G. Owln
Bir voUi m finalist In former tnurn
ircnt who represents the Tulsa
fSl-itrv . il" C W Haw, of Tulsa,
itcnttnler of other yearn. In nd
Ii.An t 'huso players, othr well
l,(in B 'f rs will probably rnm
,lt f rv ml of whom como from
it:hnwl City and other clubs.
An open tournament of 31 holes,
rrrdil In which amateurs and
V.s compete, marts the
tO'irniim nt today. Prl7.es are: Hrst.
,e nnd $100; third, JG2.G0;
fourth. Jj HO.
Tomorrow. 13 holes In the qual
fy ni round medal play for entrants
" the state amateur tourney s
I.v,j,,in,t Entrants for tho qual-
IiMns round tomorrow; James
KVnncdy. C W. nnss, F. Moss. C. L.
ffi p It. Collins, n. M. ColHns,
U1 1 I'omrry. P. B. ?Ior "". ?
,,th ell. J Painter. 13. I. Hansel .
it D Hlln;. IV O. Walker, jr . a
nut'ir. 0. r Gwlnnup.
v, C D. Crochtchett. L. h.Con
R Kemp. L, J Martin. C. II. Stogcr,
U A Olllcsple. S. C. Conory. W . A.
Cook. Dr. J. W'r"',"nCV k
Biselwrn. nana H. Kelsey, I-. K
PHh K J Hanlen. J. J. 7VniV:
D, mini, J S. Pearce, C. J- "Intl
marl J J Shea, W C. nronson i . U
Nccll. Walter Pu Motit. J. K. "80"'
P P Walker, J. n. Bvrd Jr., P.
Hoflland Joilius Constant In. This
.r'rv Ut of 41 will h i;re.ni
unVen ed with tho "rival of many
,,t of town Rolfers. tnduj.'"" ,
,ral from the Oklahoma City no'i
.ml roun-rv elub and tho UiKeflide
H it. of nkiaboma City.
extenders for Catherum t s MaW
profusion! title are numerm is. T i e
Irrlade J- O Collins PrTf"s'0
tht Tu-m Country club; Hilly Mem
hm and Phil llesler. o,.T1'sn,;j
Unit linger of Oklahoma Clt. and
cthtr, wh have signified their in
ttn'lon of enterlnp but who had not
arrived last nlaht PnntrV
The co.ire of the Tulsa Countn
dub. tncludtn tho last "ne hj;
n-ent'y romiilcted and which nas
tin pronounced by experts to b
U of the finest In thf- "UimI
ha, been placed n
condldtlon by John Francis, Keeper
Qolt atforlntlon are: ""pi
ny. vresMent Tulsa: 51. t iar.
Mce preMdent, OkmulKCc; J.
PiPatnter, secretary reaffurer, i
V Tnt.llr. T Inltl.
The Tulsa Country club, which ox.
leads Its iMspltallty to ylsttlnB K on
ers extends a cordial lnv Itatlon to
the publlr of Tulsa to attend tno
tournanNnt Tho officers i of Uo
Tula club Dana II. Kelsey, presl
dial, U J. Martin, vlco pr"1'"';
John A. Arnold, secretary treasurer
Iludt II Col tns, chairman of tno
jretns crmmtttec; John KlnK.cnair
tnan of the house committee; wn
Bothweil, ehnirman of tho handicap
committee. Directors aro: Dana. u.
v...... ii w Klnclnlr.
,JI1I. M t-wen, Dr. .1. W. cur'T
Ol'ain er nurt II. Collins, John
JiSE and Don C. liotnweii.
A dime,- Is to ho KUn M0"
tlitht, at which tlmo the Tulsa club
will i. k hnut to vlsltlnK uolfers.
Selection f officers and th-r plJclnB
4; the '91 tournament constitute
E'-jme of the business.
turning Rolfers reRisiunu
Mltht at tho Tulsa Country club:
Brown, M-Alester; Andrew Mc.
Trout, i utmrla, Kansas; J. Allen
Vearep ' n iinnlv It A. Clftthold,
"uy A "U', A. 51. Sadler, O. A.
Uttso-i l.akcsldio Country ciuu.
Ok'nh' r ''iy; V. 5IcKewoy, Me
Alester t .1 (lore. Joplin; Innls 5111-
r.niq j. ij, i:amp"eii, jinnii",
'ohn On'henim,.Pnrt Smith.
'"' K is tne program:
irnamont of 36 holes
for' prizes ulven by tho
Myj. U' ,
IioIch q'unllfyinB round,
.y for amateur stato as
irnament entrants. Host
to nnntlfv ns nlliHS A. SCC
niJ le .-las 11, third 10 as elaiw
tourtti i s as claBa D, etc.
Mnrn , f irut round match play
Holes n nil clasHcs. includlnff con.
''uinn matches. Afternoon, second
claj5egmatth p,ny' 18 llolCH
m -tals in all classes.
ttlYcnha,s " ll closa classes, 38 holes,
ui 1i"1",.'rt nm' huslncus meetlnc
U held Monday night at S
Country Club Golfer
Plays in Slate Meet
Photo by Alvln r, Kruptjli k.
irimer Jacobs, of tho Tulsa
country club, vice-president of the
Kxchanpe National bnnk of Ttilsu
Is an entrant in tho amateur tourn
ament In the statu tournament start-
Inif here today.
Crimson llns Mltlo Difficulty In
JtollliiB l'l :tN l (I Scon; on
CA5IHHIDni:. Mass.. Oct. 10.
Harvard had little difficulty In roll
ins up flvo touchdowns nnd a field
goal asalnst Williams today, winning
US to 0. Tho visitors held the crim
son well in tho first period and car
ried tho ball to Harvard's 45-yard
line, principally on -two beautifully
thrown forward passes by Hoynton.
Kor tho remainder of tho K.imu
Williams' offenslvo was never within
55 yards of tho crimson goal line.
Harvard (38) l'(H. Williams (0)
Kano IR Coddlni;
Faxon M LaSallo
Woods IjC, Fulto
Havemeyer C Smith
llolbcrt ItO. . . .ShutJJe worth
Kastman . . . . IV r Fargo
Gaston UK Joslyn
Huell Qll Hoynton
Owen MI Illbbard
Humphrey ....Illf McLean
Hamilton Fll Wchmond
Hoforco: Nathan Turts of Brown;
umpire: W. S. Cannell of Tufts. Field
iuiUrc: 0. V. nrown of H. A. A.
INDIANA BEATS MINNESOTA
putplnyeil In I'lr.st 1'otv MinutcH,
lioosiers miuitc .iMiieuni-K,
MINNKAPOMS, 51lnn.. Oct. 18.
Cleverly executed forward passes
gavo Indiana a 21 to 7 victory over
5tlnncsota today. Outplayrol In tho
first few minutes of tho gtime, tho
IIoo8lcrs camo back and after tho
first periods had victory assured.
Wisconsin Wins From
Northwestern 27 to 7
5IADISON. Wis.. Oct. 10. North
western university fulled to keep up
tho winning pace It took last week
in defeating Minnesota and lost 7 to
27 before tho driving plays and bril
liant passes of Wisconsin. Tho Bad
gers played the Purple men off
tholr feet In tho first half, gaining
all their points in tho flist two pe
riods. Afler that with some substi
tutes In tho Wisconsin line, tho
Northwestern players kupt their op
y7V IWSTOIt HFOINS WOItK.
Clinrrli of- the Xaznrrno Hereafter
in Chnrgt; of I V. Johnson
The Church of the Nazarene, 2219
South Phoenix, West Tulsa, has
called Itev. F. W. Johnson to the
pastorate and ho will assume his
duties today nnd preach at 11 nntl
7:30. The reverend gentleman
comes to tho new field with high
o'clock nt tho Tulsa Country club
The following trophies will he
Lowest modal score In qualifying
round; winner of class A state cham
pionship; runner-up In class A; win
ners nnd runners-up in all other
classes: trophies for consolation win
ners ylth medals for runners-up in
nil consolation classes; team cup, to
bo prayed for by team of five men
from each club In tho association,
permanent possession won by three
consecutive victories; won In 1910 by
tho Tulsa club, in 1917 and 1918 by
ho pklahoma City CSolf and Country
club and in 1919 by the Tulsa club.
An entrance fee of J2 Is charged,
payable before tho start or play.
Members 'of tho Tulsa Count rv
club havo been practicing sot oral
wcoks In preparation for the tourna
ment. Tho vanguard of out-of-towr
golfers Is expected here todav when
soveral from various cities will prne
lee for the first tlmo over tho Tulsa
Country club course,
BY TEXAS, 21-0
Sooner Farmers Never
in Scoring Distance
DALLAS, Texas, Oct. 10. -Texas
university outplnjcd Iho Oklahoma
Aggies nt tho Slate l'alr grounds
huro today nnd can led off a 21 to 0
win, The Okl.ihomans were unable
to got within scoring instance of the
goal at any tlmo Jt the game.
Forward passing helped Texas
score each of the three touchdowns
A pass from Watson to AUCollough
put the Texniis on the 2!-yurd line
and straight lino bucking put the
ball over tho lino In 12 minutes of
nlav. desnlte a 2.r, -:iril nenaltv. The
second touchdown runic In the fodrtlt
quarter, tho period starting with the
ball within thretf yards or Okla
homa's goal. Two line bucks put It
over. Seven minutes later, with the
ball on the Oklahoma 15-yurd line.
Klani ran through the entire Okla
homa team for the third touchdown.
Seven men failed to stop 151am.
The frame ttas hard fought and
few penalties wero called for rough
Okla. A. Ai M. (0) Texas (21)
Nickolson LK.. MrCouJlough
Stafford LT tlinen
Overitreet 1A! Hullsoy
Paxtnn C...... Sweciisoii
Kroutls HR J till
W. Williams. ... ItT Dennis
lloylcs UK Hurt
Ault Qll Klum
A. Williams. .. . 111 1 Watson
Unco . H1III Hills
II. William FB .McCullum
Summary: Touchdowns, McAllem,
Hlam 2, Goals from touchdown.
Hart 3. Substitutes: Texan Brown
fold l.liini; til ?i m lor Millard; Urovyti
for Dennis; Barry for Hltts. Okla
homa Kirkp.'Hrlck for overstrcet;
Bay for Hoyce; Lawrence for Cron
tell; Church for Stafford; Stubble
field for Church. Officials: Qulgley
(St. Marys) referee, Mny (Texas A.
and M.) umpire. Mctzothln, head
PRATT TO COACH
AT MICHIGAN U.
Yankee Star Assists Yost
in Football; Head
ANN ABBOH. 5Ilch., Oct. 16.
Derrlll Pratt, star second baseman
of tho New York Americans, has
given up big league baseball to be
come baseball coach nt tho Univer
sity of .MJchlgnt, Pratt tucecds
Oarl l.undgren at Michigan, the lat
ter having returned to Illinois, his
In nddltlon to coaching baseball,
Pratt will aid In coaching tho Mich
igan footbnll squad, adding ono moro
to tho bit? staff which Is aiding Head
Coach 'Fielding II. Yost In his come,
back campaign nt Ann Arbor.
f!ruit Football Star.
While Pratt's reputation has been
made as a big league ball player, h"
wnn better known In tho south In
his college days as a football star
at the University of Alnbamn. Ho
played on tho teams of 1907, '08,
Pratt was used as a halfback on
the offenslvo nnd ns an end on the
defensive, a combination Into which
his Ids pounds fitted to a nicety.
Prntt was not only a star at carry
lug tho ball but ho was adept nt
tossing the forward pass, and It was
during his years of play nt Alabama
'hat the forward patvi camo into
It was through his kicking, how
ever, that Pratt gained his promin
ence on the gridiron. He was the
irreatesf klcUer of his generation In
iho south, his punts In a iramn sel
dom averaging less than r,0 or 55
Ho was also a phenomlnnl drop
kicker and place kicker. He holds
a record of a 62-yard place kick goal
at Alabama, nnd made mnny others
nt almost as great a dhlanee durlni:
his playing days. Ono against
Georgia was mule at a dlstnnco of
1 ynrds, and nnother at 49 yards
ignlnst Clemsnn, during tho 1909
Pratt will fill a big hole In the
Michigan coaching staff this fall,
for in addition to his general plating
and coaching experience, he will he
nblo to give expert coaching to the
Michigan ends. Yost has nsslgn
ments to, hindlo his linemen nnd
his backs, but ho has not a man to
take caro of his ends. This Pratt
Joe Ramp of Tulsa
Officiates in Many
Big Football Games
Tulsa ii not without a football
official of moro than ordinary rep
utation. Joo Hnmp, a Cincinnati
university star several years igd
nnd for the past flvo years, a Mis
sum! Valley and Southwestern
conference official, handles num
erous big games In this section
Hnmp has a thorough knowl
edgo of football rules; Is a fast
worker nnd has the ability to run
a game swiftly and In a manner
that leaves no question ns to his
fitness. Unllko some officials,
however, Hnmp does not run a
football game with an Iron hand.
He Is always willing to listen' to
disputes of captains or coaches
and. even smiles when tho occa
sion nrlses, also differing from
somo more officials who seem to
think n football gamo is too sorl
nut to hnzard a smllo over.
ItamP'H schedule this year. Is:
Sept. 21, Kendall vs. Oklahoma
.Mined nt Tulsa; Oct. 2. Kendall
vs. Chllocco at Tulsa; Oct. 9,
Arknns.is vs Hendrlx collogo nt
Fayetvllle; Oct. 22. Baylor uni
versity vs. Oklahoma Aggies nt
Stillwater. Oct. 3", Southwestern
university vs Baylor at Waco;
Nov i, Kendall vs Baptists at Tul
sa Nov 13, Oklahoma vs. Okla
homa Aggies nt StiMwator Nov
20 Arkansas vs Oklahoma Aggies
nt Fnyetvllle Thanksgiving Col
orado vs Oklnhoma Aggka at
Tulsa Country Club Professional
Contender in Championship Meet
Haymakers U?o Aerial
Attack in Winning
by 13-7 Score
Spe. ,,,' l. thr World.
HMD. OkiH.. Oct. HI. Phillips
unltirsity Haymakers won Com
Simmon llrrc, Abilene, Texas,
eleteli here today ll' R Srnle of IS
The Ilnynisriers scored In Iho see.
ond qiiiiMrr on n prrtty forwiird
pnsn, Hhcltim. tvhlrhvlnd rlht half
back, to Mchiiolder, quarter, for
IK yards. Green, right end, fall oil
to kirk go.il.
til the third quarter Iho Cowboys
ctimei hack strong .and tiding shift
play curried tb hall during the tal
ler iui t op thr qiuirtrr to thr phlli""'
five-yard line. It took three line
iniiriiep with the Phillips line hold-
111 fast to push the ball arms for
u tnurltilotwi. 'rubor, left b.ilf
kicked goal. With the wiro one
point MgHiilat tlii'in the llnvninl imh
burliled down to grueling Hue htck-
Itla. In the fourth quarter, Hheltmi.
who had been Injured In the third
pniind sml out of the lineup was
sent buck In. Hevornl attempt! by
tho Haymakers for gultiN by the for
ward pasa route railed and the bull
went to Slmmnna when , Phillips
luilml to miiKo tiiu uotwi.
A fumble by Simmons on the ten
ynrd line cost thorn thr game. Sh'iby
ei'overlng the I. nil for Phillip.
Shelby curried tho ball to tho rive
yard Hue through renter but failed
to gain In the next scrimmage. A
fortwird pass failed. Shi'lton, on the
next play, catrled the ball around
tight end for a touchdown, winning
tho gamo for Phillips. Green kicked
The lineup: Phillips Green, right
end; Miller, light tackle; Owen.
tight guard; Nortls, renter: Butler,
left guard; Kurt!! (captain), left
tackle; Klchanls, loft end; Schnel
dor, quarter; Hidhy. left half; Shel-
ton, right half; 5111am. fullback.
Subs Hlllntt for Sholton, Wyatt for
Butler, Hvatherly tor Schneider,
Hutchinson for Hlllott, Hehbs for
Miller, Owen for Norrln, Morrison
for Otw's, Latton for Klchnrds.
Mnnilevltle for Shi'lton. Simmon
Winters, left end. Brasher, left
tackle; Harilson, left guard, ('ley
ton, center, Howerton, light guard;
Cowcdeii. right tackle; Hull, light
end: 1'ottor. quarter; Tabor, left
half; Howard, right halt; Bryant,
KruimivU to "Cover"
State Golf Tourneit
- Photo by Alvln C. Krupnlck.
.1. G. ".lock" Collliw.
.1. G. Collins, Instructor of the TuIm Country club. Is ono of tho load
lng contendeis for the state professional championship, to be played for
In the eleventh annual state tournament slatting today on tho giuens of
tno Tulsa country c lub.
In addition to being n crack golfer Collins is a great favorito In Tulsa,
Oklahoma and southwestern golfing circles.
At Lincoln Notro Damo 10, Ne
At Urbann, HI. Illinois 20. Iowa 3.
At Ann Arbor Michigan 3d,
Michigan Agglrs 0.
At Detroit Detroit university 4 8,
St. Louis university 0.
At Mnnhattnn Knnsas Aggtcs 7,
Kmpnrla normal 7 (tin).
At Minneapolis Indiana 21, .Min
nesota 7. i
At Indianapolis Butler 71, Wil
At Nnshvillo Georgia Toch 4 1,
At Lawrence Kansas 7, Diako 3.
At Atlanta South Carolina uni
versity 21, Oglethorpe 13,
At Ames Mlssotul 14, Iowa
At Dallas Oklahoma A. & M, 0,
Toxas university 21.
At New York: Columbia 20; Am
At Lewlston, Mnlnc; Colby J3;
At South Behlehem, Pa.: Lehigh
41; Bochester 0.
At Morgantown. W. Va.: Georgo
Washington 0; West VliglnU si.
At Washington: Geoitretnun S:
West Virginia Wesleyan 4.
u littltlmore: Johns Hopkins 0:
AtTiiscJiloosa : Uiilversltv nf Ali.
bonitt r,7; University of Mississippi 0.
At Chattanooga:- I'lilvcixltv of
Tennecsco 35; University of Chatta-
At Oicantille. S. f ITnlVnrsltv ,,f
Georgia 7; Fiirman 0.
At Durham. V C Trlnitr. on
At Macon. On.! Ho ward Onll
33; Mercer 13.
At Lvnchburif. Vn V M T nr..
At Mobile. Ala.: Ktirimr HIM 1.1.
At Chanel mil. v (' Vnptt,
Carolina 21 : South Carolina 0.
ai iJlrminghnm: Birmingham
Southern 27: University ,if M inula.
At Starkv II e. .Mis: MlMllni,l
A. & M. 33;. Southern Military Col-
At Conway, Ark Third Division
(Cnmp Pike) 0; Hendricks. 0.
At Alexandria: Louisiana College
13; LoulHlann Slate Normal 13 uli I.
At Annapolis: Navy 7; Ilucknoll 2.
At SI. ite College. Penn State 41,
North Carolina 0.
At 5Ieadtille, Pa.: Allegheny 0:
At Mlddletnwn, Conn. Wesleyan
3; New York University 13.
At Danville, Ky . (Yntrn 55;
At Swarthmore, Pa.: Swnrthmorn
7; Stevens 1 4.
At Milwaukee: .Mnrquctt Univer
sity 23; Itlpon 9.
At Marietta, Ohio' Marietta col
lego 34; Westminster 7,
At Denver: Vnltft rally of Colorado
31; Denver University Q.
At New Brunswlok, N. J.: Hutgcrs
19; Virginia Poly
At Grinned! 43. Washington 14.
At Bartlestille: Hartlesville
High OgiPawhuHka High 1-.
At Now Orleans: Tulano 0; Bice
Hlcc im Tulano 'lie.
NHW OBLLANS Oct 10- In a
gamo filled wiiti 'hilling situations
and spec la- mm plays, Hue tn tluuo
and Tulano butted to u 00 tlo hero
Plan for New Governing
Body to Meet Op
position NHW YoIlK, Oct. 15. With thu
world's series out of tho way, base
ball folk will now turn to thu politi
cal side of thu game.
In other years the baseball public
at largo did not take any special In
terest In the wrangloB and bickerings
of thu magnate", hut with tint gaum
due for a house loaning, random Is
keenly Intoretrlcd tnuicj,
Thu tit Kt conceited move Oil Hie
part of the small clique of baseball
men who have goto, on record ns
favoring a new controlling body for
tho game, will como tomorrow.
A joint meeting of the elub ownsrs
of the two major leagues has (men
called fur Chicago with tlm an
nounced purpose of finding u suitable
substitute for tho national com
mission. President John A. Heydler of the
National league, tho owiioih of the
two Chicago clubs, Pittsburgh, tho
two Now York clubn nnd tho two
Boston clubs, am behind tho move
ment. It remains to be seen how much
tlp-so pioneers In proposed baseball
reform will he able to accomplish.
That Prcsiflent Han Johnson of
the American league and certain
of his collcgties will fight the plan,
Ih eopsederod a certainty nnd one
well informed base ball man. who for
obtimiM ri'iisons, does not want to
bo identified, said the magnates will
meat but they will do nothing radi
cal. ono thing which is expected to goi
Home n il attention at tli Chicago
meeting Ih the relations between the
majors and minors. Kver rlnro the
minors brought nbout the abrogation
of the national agreement thero has
been frost tn the air and a good many
leading owners on both sides of tho
fenco feel It is tlmo for a get to
Rumor Says Iluryins
Resigns as Manager
of New York Yanks
NHW YOltK, Oct 10 - A repot t
that Miller Hugsrint has resigned
us manager of the Now York
Yankee, was. In circulation here
Tho repot t sild the "Midgut
Manngcr" tendered his resignation
to Colonels Buopert and Huston
following tho Isht western trip of
the team "becuuso of III health
nnd his consequent Inability to
competently handlo tho players.'
At tho offices of the New Yoik
club, tho report was denied An
official of tho club said Colonels
Ituppert nnd Huston were both
it of the city. The Yankee c.ilo
ri iu iui fin their w.i to Cblragn
where they will attend Iho mec
i hk ( hascb.ill men on Monday.
CINCINNATI, 't. 10 M Kr
Ihigglns, manager "f the Now
, V. rlt Amcruar league 1 is ''.'ill
it .t . denied hire today the turner
t it be Mil r- toed rn rn'i' ngef
cf '11' t ' n c no Intention
I of quitting," lie sal"
I . I
Bostonians Repeat Last
Year's Defeat of
Old 131 i
ILLINOIS BEATS IOWA
Illlnl Strengthen Chumi-a to Again
W in imrerciicc Tlllci nnd
UltBANA, HI., W. 10. Illinois
strengthened Its chances for tho
western conference championship
ami virtually eliminated Iowa from
tho race, today by defeating the
Ilawknyet 20 to 3,
Tho nfml, last year'n tltlo winners,
used only straight rootball turtles,
while Iowa sprang a brilliant array
of trick formations, especially In tho
last two minutes when tint losers bat
Tho Hiiwkeycs made only ono flntt
down on straight football, but at
inched six on for wind paRscs. Illi
nois rlppud tho Iowa lino at will nnd
IltllHtrom circled tho ends repeatedly.
Alvln C. Kruiiiilck, famous Tulsa
newspaper photographer, whoso pic
tures of various sporting 'activities
In Tulsa have been features for tho
past year, Is to "cover'' plctorliilly
the tournumeut of tho Oklahoma
Ktafo Golf association.
Krupnlck, whoso laboratory , Is In
thu Wright building, Is a eiuueiu-
innii of national lobulation. As luitvs
and sport photographer of tho Sit.
Louis Jtepubllu and Kt. Louis 1'oit
Dispatch, ho achieved uatloll-wldo
Ono of Krupnlck'H greatest
"scoops" HH while ho yua u mom
her of tho Post Dispatch staff In
1917. He photographed (Ira mid Joo
Lewis, at that time on trial In St.
Louis for the murder of St. Louis
policemen. Krupnlck took tha pic
tures of the men while in tho court
room and In deflnuco to Iho Judge's
older against photographers, Krup-
muie inn ins camera under nis hat.
and while tinder tho guise of u re
porter and uuKnnwn to court at
taches, took tho picture and It was
published 20 minutes later In his
Krupnlck litis taken pictures and
received personal appreciation from
Theodoro .Itoosovelt, Field Marshal
Joffro, William Howard Taft.
Charles Schwab, Secretary of Statu
llreckenrldgo Long nnd other no
tables. Ho has lettertt from those,
men, which ho pilzcti highly.
As a sport phntoginpher, Krup
nlck's action pictures wero used In
lending metropolitan papers. The
St, Louts Ilupubllc devoted a page
each Sunday to his work nnd his
pictures bocanm nn eagerly sought
lor icaiuro in that paper.
NI'.W I1AVKN, Conn., Met. I.
It.istori college. aiiHtthered Yftlo today
:1 to IJ, repeating Its victory of1 last
te.u. when It tlorciiicd the hlnu R to
3 i'hn game wag spectnctllnr
throughout, with a crowd of morn
than 30,000 In the Yale bowl hoplnif
fur a repulse of the lnvadom nnd
i beeting Old Kit In th flnnl moment
of the game, when Tad Jones' men
rallied nnd wored a touchdown.
C.iplaln Callahan, Aldroeh, Kemplon,
I'letirh anil Walker were thn Ynln
players utiahle to continue through
injuries, while Hegphy nnd Llslon,
of the visitors wero hint.
Ynln completed eight forward
passes In 1 I attempts. Boston tried
10 forward pssnos, only two of which
Both sides wero penalized many
Yale. Boston College,
Into O. Kelly
F. Kelly Fltzpatrlck
Webb . Itodorlclt
Scores by periods;
Ynle 0 0 0 7 13
Boston 7 0 11 0 21
I I'nMcrii l'.lcti'iin .Mnuc Sensational
Hindu cm Orange Chid With
I Honors I '.veil.
I HYItACUSi:, N. Y.. Oct. HI.
Hyrucuso ami ruisiiurgti rought to
n 7-7 tin hero todny.
Pittsburgh scored Its touchdown
early In tno first quarter, Hewitt,
the Panther fullback, being pushed
over tho lino for tno six points after
fumbles by Syrnouso backs had
given Pitt the bnll close to tlm
Syracusi) goal lino. Davles kicked
Syracuse evened thn count in thn
third quarter when Oullck, husky
Oraugo tackle, scooped Up a fum
blo by Anderson of Pitt and rneed.
over thn linn for n touchdown.
Abbott kicked tho gonl.
Hangers Win from Chllocco Indians
12-7 "Hangers Will Mil Us
lllhtoi)." SU)s Couch.
H.rcll to Tho Wotlcl.
ALVA ohlu , Oit. 10. Noilhwest-
ern lint mill of Alwi defeated Chlloc
co Indians decisively yesterday, 12 to
Alva showed strong on her nf.
ftnslve play, nil tho backs going
around the eml foi 'ong gains.
The defenslte work of llanieei
tackles, Banck and IMgur, wero the
lentines of the game
Chlloico bcornl a long forward
Wyatt says: "Northwestern Is go
ing toguther and ftuni I his time on
will begin to inalu home football his
Fallon . .
Clash. . .
Orioles Ileal .Saints, 10,
ST. PAUL, .Minn., Oct. 10 De
feating tho St. Paul club of tho
American association, 1 to 0, In an .V, ,, ,,,
Baltimore International club tfcday ' m .i .',:..' '.
, ,i.. i . , ,, juiim'i ioiiii
,iM in I'll uiu .tiiuui iuiihiio imNUIfllll
cluimplonshlt). A flitku homo run
was tho only tally.
Texas Christians Win
From Arkansas Eleven
fay urn: villi:. Ark.. Oct. n.
By means of a strong offenslvo In
thn second quarter, resorting main
ly to a perfected ovcihcad attack.
Texan Christian university of Fort
Worth today defeated tho Uni
versity of Arkansas eleven. 17 to 2.
A blocked punt which tho Chris
tians recorded behind their own
goal lino scored a safety for tho
ItazorhacHii two points.
All tho scoring was In tho first
hnlf. tho latter part of tho gamo
being a defensive) battle.
Vm, PIltRlil.iKli (7)
. . . McCrory
. . .llnrmoii
, . . ..McLean
. . . Ooiirley
W. Anderson. . mi,
Itefereo: J. J. Ilnllahnti, Boston:
umpire, Stanley Maxwell, Swarth
moro; linesman, J. ,M, Kvnns, Wil
liams. fl.VOOO.IHIO People Protest.
05,000,000 people bellcro In nnd
want some form of dittgloiis, knle
Ichet treatment. Don't drlvo Ihesu
people lo foiced treatment with
medicines or Iho knife, Vols "Yct"
lo Slate Question hi on Nov. 2nd,
nnd render lnnnernttvo the medical
j doctors' bill to monopolize tho heal
ing sciences in okliihomSi, Don't do.
prlve those who want drtlgless treat
ment Iho right tl select their own
I doctor.- Advt.
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