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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1920.
KENNEDY AND MEHLHORN TIE FOR OPEN GOLF HONORS
Tulsa Amateur and Pro Play
36-HoIe Medal Score of 152
Kennedy's Golf la Most;
Consistent of Open
AMATEUR PLAY TODAY
Leads Kendall Grid
ICli'WH This S canon
Qualifying Hound Started in
Mornliijj Dinner Tonljtlit
at Country Club
ny tiAiinr ijaim:v.
James Kennedy, Tulsa ami'' uf
nnd Hilly Mrhlhorn, 'ruins pi"
clonal, formerly of i'Iuuiko. jnni
day tied fur the, slate npin t
ih run pi nil Hti I p In the opening l i. H
' piny Uf tlif eleventh annual I u ii 1 1. ; -'
inont of thn Oklahoma Hlato i f
1 association mi tho links of the 'I'u i
Cnnritry lul. Mihlhurn Mid In u
I Holy tiirin il In medal scores of i .
They are ll(iy f"r tin- chumi'lrn
nil I ii next Mattirilny at 2 o'clock I
J. 0. "Jock" Colli 11. professional '
I of tlio Tulsa Country rluli wan
thlnl, -with a scoro of 1 f7. anil ('. M
Trout of tlio Lakeside cluli uf OIU.i
ho.'tiu City wiih fouitli with ICS.
Kennedy, llclilliiii ti, Collins mid
I). C. llothwoll, who finished with
a curd of ICS, forini'd n fouisoiiio
In tliti 18 holes (if afternoon piny
and n lnrgo gnlloiy follownd thoin
throughout. Hensntlonnl unit marked
thn playing of those four durlnii
thu entire ,16 holes.
Tho outstanding fenturo win
Kennedy's piny. Tho ynutig Tulsa
amateur, participating In his first
stato tournament, wun tho most
consistent golfer of tho dny. 'I'lirn
lug In a card of 70 for tho morning
lit holes, ho maintained tils Bplrn
did biuiw during the afternoon
play, and Hindi' thu litHt 18 holeii In
7C. llu wan thn only golfer ,H make
it holu In two, tho second, unit three
times ho holed In In throe, twice In
tho Inst IS holes. Kspnclally notable
wan Kennedy's putting. I'lny Inn
older nhd moro experienced golfcis
lit) was steady and consistent at nil
times and hla putting was tlio best
of tho day,
Consistency marked Mehlhorn's
play. Ula driving was n mi in to and
long; hln putting fair. In difficult
Him, the play that gnvo Alolllhoril
fifth place In thu nuullf yin round
of thu tintlpunl noon toiirnaiuont
Oils summer nt Toledo, wim hIiowii,
iovornl tilnns ho got out of had lies
by brilliant shots. Muhlhorn had u
card of 76 In thn first IS holm and
"7 for tlio second IS.
Collins Oft rornt.
CollltiB, after ploying a 78 In tho
mornlni:, wan off form In tho after
noon, playing tho lust IS holes In
i 82. Ho suffered heavily from ponnl
I Urn. losing, three Htrokcs. Collin'
tltlvlng, whllo etiual or superior to
that of Kennedy and Mohlhorn, was
not up to his standard In the after
noon, whllo Ills ptittini; won not of
llothwoll, scoring 77 In tho morn
ln Flay, was upulilo to maintain
that clip nnd turned In n scorn of
8B for tho afternoon.
John Gatherum of Fort flmlth,
Ark., winner of Inst year's upon
tournament, wns off hid gamn In
tho mornlni; nnd did not finish.
Pitying on tho unfamiliar green.
Trout's golfing was consistent nnd
It tlmo spoctncular. "Scott" Hob
. inson, assistant professonnl of tho
W Tulsa Country club, was n closo
fifth, with 1B9, ono rtroko
Following ufe tho Bcorta:
Jaincn Kennedy, Tulsa, 108
Hilly .Mehlhr.rli. Tulsa, 152.
J. II. Collins, tuliu i&7.
C. M. Trout, Oklahoma City, 16S,
seotty" itoDiimm, Tulsa, 109,
"Sandy" Uaxter, Oltlalioniu City
1). C. HoUiwoll. Tulsa, 12.
I. Miller, Knld, 165.
l'hll llenlcr, Tufcn. KG.
J. Painter, Tulsa. 168.
O. A. Jitattsoiu, Oklahoma
Uuy Crooks, Oklahoma City
Andrew IdcCroryi Bt. Louis, 173.
l". c. .Marion, Tuma, 11.
Aliliiti'iirH l'lay 'l"iMlny.
Today the qualifying rounds cf 16
Holes in tho ntato amateur tnuri.u'
ment Is to Mart. Vlio first 1G nuullfy
; Piay in riass A. tlio urivmi lu n
cIamh 1J, thu third 16 lu class C, tho
to ti r th 10 in class V, ate,
With tho possibility of a durlt
iioiKO aiwayn nnoiy tiopstcrs are
picKlnit Dr. 11. 8. CunnliiRlitun, of
t; i, in horn;) City n former title
Holder: nr. A. K. Weit of oki-
liovna C!ly, veteran Unnll.it; Jnmes
Kennedy, of Ttiisr.; 11. u. (Uviiiiiu i
of Tulsa, an ex-champlon, nnd U. C,
liouiwt'll unit . W. Mn mih ei
Tulsa as thb most foriundablo ron
tr.ntnnui for tho amateur honors,
wlilrh will bo defended by (i. A
JMnttMn of tho Uikorfldn club of
Oklahoma City, and tho TUlsa Coun-
try ciuu of Tulsa.
Tim Tulna Country eluli imii.t
lu host to visltlnK eulfers nt a din
ner at tho club house, nt whuli m,.
.ho placing tf jiext year'H tourna
Jient and other bueliKbs will be
.M.'hlliori). Kennedy Kiyin-.
roltowlnir Is tho scoro for yester
day nftornom's play of Kennedy
Mulhorn ..5 44330-14 137
4 4 5 5 5 15 1 410
Kennedy ...fi 5 4 4 4 5 3 3 4 38
4 2 4 5 6 4 5 4 438 - 76
LED BY COSDEN
Top Oil League Gilli
hmd Leads Com
StAXIM.VfiS Op TIM: 'I'KA.M.S.
Won liost I'ct
f'osloii X I .813
Purvey young; .... 8 a .f,,n
Nolli 6 I ..SS6
i .M rrltelmrd .... a r, .333
l.xrtiniiMf Nsilonsl ,1 H .111
fillllinnd Oil u
Mid-Co (j a
i .irKeisbiirn it. it. - x
TrunseoMlltieiilul .,4 2
Cciui nl National . I 3
MllKlll'tll Iniiltliin ..3 1;
f I'. It I il
Mid-West I'tie 0 6
'THAT LITTLE GAME"-
-(JONE. B13T IN SIGHT
To KIdo Witty, himky 185-pound
enter Is entrusted tlin linnnr of
li'iiillIIC tho Jfli'a Kend. ill colleffo foot
ball iuad, Witty was the only let
ter liinu on the miund When nrld
prnetlse plaited and eoiisenueiitly
was mi automatic choice for tlio
captaincy. Witty In a nervy, brainy
Player, whoso rg.il worth Is not ap
preciated exennt hv i'IiIho followers
of football, who can uudnrstand ills
value to the Kundall team.
Wlltv nlaveil Ills first venr In "Ken
dall iiHilinklni last season, fllllnft: tho
innre lort vacant liy former c.iptatn
FOUR LEAD "BIG TEN"
Illinois nml WlMfiniln Fimn-ltett
Over Otlit'r t'nbeaten 'IVams,
Ohio nml ClilctiKii,
C1IICAOO. Oct. 17. Kootball ro-
sulls In thn western rnnfTcncn yes
terday left four teams undefeated
U1U.1 far this sniisou and pract,leatly
assured elimination of Minnesota
anil Purdue from tho rneo for tho
nit? Ten championship. Wisconsin,
Illinois anil Ohio state won confer
ence Kniiic.i, rIvIiib each n standlm:
of nnn unmo won nnd noun Imt,
whllo Chlcnpo, which played Wa
bash, an outsldo lelcven, already
hud a uinrk of ono victory and no
Tho Bt aniline of tho teams today
AVInconslu , 1
Ohio fitato 1
HtnndluK far above tho work of
tho other tennis In HntUrdny's
Barnes were thn powerful rIiowIiirs
01 Illinois, last years tulo winner,
Illfh Individual neuron Inst week -Dntiidiue.
TriinsroritlUHiital "jf,. nigh
ores oil Ififttio- RltliiK, M,ii v.-v-YounK
ail; Hoiiibeek, CoHdnli. L'oil
WnNIi, llnrvny-V otitis;, 203. Wells.
J'rtlfhnrcl !03; Watts, CosdMi. 202
lllKli seori-s Coiniiierelnl leairiie -
Uonolllie, Tiuiisronlllli'lllnl. 23'.
llroek. Pnrkorsburir, 2 IB; Vnn Zntit,
iMtKersiiuri?. 138; l.uey, M il C",
lllirh slnicln names Inst week - nil
leiKiie CoBdon ;inn, I'rltchnrd 863.
Idnl SOh. Cominerelal leiiKiie
'arkerrburtf 873. Mld-C). 765.
Central National 760.
MIkIi total nlns Inst week nil-
lencue ' Cosden 2.631. I'lltehard
t.3in, Ilnrvey-Younit 2.33S. Com.
tnerrl.11 luacuo l'arkerMburir 2,351,
Mid-Co. 2,259. Conlrnl .N'atloniil
Matches ncheiluled for thl week
Mondfiy, Coiden vs. 1 farvnv-Vnunir:
Tuesday, (llllllnud vs, Tninseoiilln
entnl' Wednesc'ny, K.xehaiiBe Nntlon
nl vs. Prltchard; Thiirsdny, Parkers-
'urir 11. 11. vs. M 1 -Wost Pin- PH.
dny, Tldnl vs. Ilnrvev-Younu; Sntur-
lay. O. I . ft Ii. vs. Central National
As a rejiult of rinse bowline;. Inst
week lu both of thn Y. M. C. A.
lencues. Cnsden clinched the ton
mark In the Oil lenBiie, while the
Oltlllnnd five continued tn hold the
uppermost mark In thn Commercial
lenirue. As -i result of the keeii
enmnetltlon that was furnished bv
the Tldnl rollers Inst week the Coldeo
outfit was forced to hum on 11 new
alley mnrlc to total pins of 2.631.
rnr nutci.iHslns the former murk
held by Tldnl with 2.162.
Donohue of tho Transcontlnentfil
five holds the Individual rhrono for
the past week with a mark of 236.
Honolulu rorced himself Into third
plnce In tho alley record, lie nine
Kranm mark of 232. Clalcn of
Nobln with 255 and Hell of Tldnl
Willi 240 hold thu two upper berths
iuto Injures Man as
He Steps From Jitney
Itoheri Oorrton. abnlit 15 yea rH old,
Kllllth U'llfnlltli. nvnntin , lnl..fs1
when r.truek by a passlnl; automobile
is hn stepped fiom a Jitney at
OlvnfMO nml A1lit1lr.1t 1w.nln..ttr,1
about 7 o'clock Hntutdny rvunlnff.
uoriion wns rendered unconscious
for lllnu'.Rt linlf mi limir ll.i v.ni
taken to tho Oklahoma hospital. It
was nnr.outieeu Inst night that his
InJurleH wore not serious. The
dl'lvi'l' Of t till r.nf Wfiu nnl hniirit.
A ropelesH, polnless nnd ppgless
tent for tourists Is erected by fasten
Imb ono ifldo to nn autnmnbllu and
tlio other to sleepItiK cots.
Invontod itf Australia, a tnp whlrh
enn bo sorowed Into nnv wooden
boveniKo bnirel reKliters tho number
or tirniHH witinirawn.
"Bio Jim" Will Speak
at Session of W. C. T. U.
to be Held Wednesday
"Ills Jim" Kramer will be u speak,
er at tho afternoon nesslon of tho
nil dny ini'i'tliit- of the eltv federated
W. (!. T. l Wednesdny in tlio Khst
Christian church, mvunllnR to Mrs.
A. C. llnncroft. preld'-t:!. Other
spnjikerH at thn name session will lm
.Mrs. Josephine M. Huh . state nresl
dent; Mih. l.ll.ih J). I.ttnlsay. who wdl
speak on recent developments nloni;
prohibition and law enforeeimnt
lines, Mrs. Ida Wyij.int and Mrs
Hanrroft, who will cunduct a whoul
of Instruction in iiihIIiik a ballot
The mornlni; session will eiuieni
at 9:15 o clock. Mis. lliihl will tnako
n report on tlio need of u city rest
room and Mrs. l C. Card on tent.i
tlvo methods of operation for ihe
I'lllzetiKhlp committee of the federa
Hon. Officer will bo elected for
tho ensulnc year.
A luncheon In honor of Mrs. Iluhl,
recently elected state exerutlvo uf
tho W. c T l will be held in the
iioelal hall the h irch at ti"on
Mn. O. W. KesselrliiR will preHtdo
oh toastmistresfi and there will be
A MnssnehiiNeitN wiitnfin li.i i,.i-
ented toe nnliimln wlili evna h,..i n,
so trented with radium that they are
iiiii'iiimin in uie inirlt.
B07 ME AMOTHER
OF CHIPS, -
SOME OP My
OU (3WE (VIE
to Keep fod
vYourc (Vlofiers Gone.
He's Got All
of Yooa Money,
nnu At t-r
fTHfVTS A FNE aA
TO TftKt CARE Op
' A 3ovs MAruMAr
BLOW IT OH
He's HAD y
French Boxing Fans
Ash That (Jarpcnticr
Be Light-Heavy King
I'AIUH, Oct. 17. Tim French
lioxluj; federation nt a mcutlnc
held lust night, decided to usk
thu Ttitfrnti t tonal lloxlni; union
to sanction thu result of thu Car-pcntler-l.uvinsky
fight by grunt
liig Curpentlor tho tltln of liRht
heavy wulght ihamplon of thu
world. Thu union has horctoforu
considered this title vacant.
SEES LEAGUE AS
BREEDER OF WAR
co.sTiNvni) KitoM j'Atir. o.vi:
(liinu, an !t wns then enlled, to the
(inference. Mr. Wilton Jcscrlbtd
this new Int'irnntional combl'inilpii
an 'the union of wlKa' in. a rnmmur
purpose, a union of wills wlilcli tan
not bt resisted, nnd which I dure
soy no nation will run the risk of
.ItteinplllIK to ic.tlst."
"And then ho added: 'Armed
forcn Is In tho bnckKround of thin
proRrnm, but It Ii in tho back
ground, and If tlio moral forcn of
tile world will not suffice, thn phys
ical forcn of tho world shall.' Thero
can bo no mistake ns to what thnt
laiiRUngo of tliu president means.
"When thn president met tho
sonato cominltteo on fnrelKti rela
tions at thn white house on August
10, 1'JlD, Hunntor Kiiok asked this
question: 'Kupposa Unit it is per
fectly obvious and accepted that
thero is nn external nKgrvtislun
nRnlnst some power, nnd suppose
it Is perfectly obvlotin and accepted
thnt It cannot bo repelled except by
forcn of nr:ns. would wo bo under
unly' IoroI obligation tif participate''
"Thn president replied- 'No, sir.
but wo would bo under an absolute
ly cotnpelllni; mornl obligation.'
'II10 ".Moral Obligation."
"A compelling moral obligation,
which Is tho highest obligation pos
sible In a treaty, to do what? To
tiso tho force of arms in tho case
of external aggression under urtlclo
"Who Is to apply tho veto? Who
U to record tho veto of tho I'nlteil
States In the council against thr
votes of the eight other members''
Naturally the representatives of th"
t'nlted Stntes on the council. How
Is hn to lie appointed and selected1
William S. Hart in "Cold Deck"
Hart portrays n gambler
nlio It locked up In it log
Jall on suspicion of liailu
licld up a stagv conch. An
nccoinplliv outsldo furnlslicN
n linre, nml Hart immihi
from the lullnnlcn Ju-t iih
the noos It prepared anil
the trco M-liflcil. When Hurt
breaks Jail he Jumps astride
the hurst' from 11 height of
tnenty ftx-t, mid it is safe to
say that no other lUIng uctor
would attempt It.
lie Is supported liy Mildred
Harris us Ills sister. Alma
Itubcps us 11 Spanloli nilwii
turcN.. anil Sjlln llremer as
lilt' girl lie lines.
Good Comedy. Screen Magazine.
No Advance in Admission.
Any rotnilcr in tow II Will OVnlinnnm
for ono silver dime, two nicklee, or
Ask Yoiir Ho'jlor -frf 1
FLOR de MOS
M1JLD HAVANA CIGAR
10c to 25c
J. S. BRYAN & SONS, State Dit.
A mild ITuvann Smoko thnt will
niako you feel that you got tho best
of tho bargain.
TIIKMIM) HAVANA ClfJAH WITH TIIH QIWI.ITY SNAP
On this tho covenant of tho lenguo
"I'ndcr tho covenant of tho
leaguo as Its stands tho president
of the United States could send a
representative to thn council and
nobody could question I1I.1 creden
tials. Thnt representative so ap
pointed by tho presldunt as a per
sonal agent could Involve us in war
under article 10. Tho compelling
mornl obligation would then apply
nnd congress would have no cholco
except to glvo the formal authority
and make tho necessary appropria
tions. "Hut even supposing thnt tho
president nominated a representa
tive on thu founrlT to thn t.unittn
nnd ho was confirmed by tho so-i-nte.
He would bo tho president's se
lf ctlon nnd If a question Involving
war wero to arlso ho would un
doubtedly voto an the president di
rected. "In other words, wo como back to
tht proposition that without such
minuto precautions ns weru taken
In tho proposed rcsorvatlons ono
loan could Involvo thu United States
In war. it matters not If that ono
man la thn president.' Under the
constitution tho congress alonn can
declare war. nnd yet under this nl
llancn called n league tho president
would havo power to Involve the
country In war before congress
Sunday Organ Recital
With Program of Fine
Music Enjoyed by Many
An hour of flno music was en
Joyed by thoso who attended tho
organ recital at thn First Chris
tian church Sunday afternoon,
the program consisting of organ
masterpieces of old and now
vintngn inimitably played by Krn
est Prang Stauun, nnd vocal se
lections by Mrs. Augusta !'. Omo
hundro, soprano soloist.
Classical music was repre
sented in compositions from
Mendelssohn, Handel nnd Wag
ner and thero wero threo compo
sitions of modern artists. Ono
of tho most pleasing of tlio light
weight numbers was "Minster
Hells," by Weelder, employing
tho chimes In offectlvo fashion.
Threo request numbera ap.
penred on tho program.
CONT1NVKO FltOM l'AOB ONK
centers, possibly reversing the nat
ural nhd benlthy flow und effect
ing, directly or Indirectly, bllllon.i
of dollars of security values and
other-property. Is left to a small
and varying number of private cit
izens without official responsibility,
deciding In a moment nnd In secret.
"Tho evils nnd dangers of nuch
methods could bo recited indefi
nitely.' "Tho direct tendency Is to roverso
ono of tho fundamental purposed
tif tho federnl reserve net, whlrh Is
to promote orderly distribution of
money through tho country to meet
the needs of commerce nnd agri
culture KxcesKlve Interest rntea
offered in New York artificially
drnw ono nwny from outside Com
munities through their banks, and
often leave legltlmato cntorprlsns
starved or pinched, whllo feeding
speculative movements wMlch may
bo adding nothing to real Indus
trial or commercial wealth.
"I reiterate tho statnent previous
ly mndo that excessive rates on call
money, arbitrarily fixed and tol
erated In New York, In my opinion,
havo been a potent Influence In de
pressing seriously the prices of nil
Investment bonds nnd standard
shares, thn shrlukngo in which in
the past 12 months has amounted,
Including tho depreciation in lib
erty bonds, to several billion dollars."
PEERLESS WINS "
Cadillac Forced Out bv
Engine Trouble tN,on
Not listed formal
for sporting events 1 r
but nevertheless; t . ,
up scolding Inlet em
of the gatpe and t' .. ,
etui was thu race Sn 1 ,v
to Otlshlng, parti. If
Dlngwell, Jr., oil tipii
It. Hums, attorn' v
and peerless respi tu.
As a "rough and
with tho roads in r. .r
condition the con'.'
upon here as somen, t
in automobile r.u 11 l
arranged several w. t
Dlngwnli nnd liurn.. '
to dishing In their i-.
cussing respective nu
Tho race began at t
pavement In West T.i,
two miles out of Cc.
wero no conditions ex
first car at Cushlri.- u-.
I miles out of Wert Tul-1
'it S... .. II I -
iiiij i.mui!tir cni'O'jr,'.
1 trouble, according to mer
racing party and wi s
Tho Peerless finishes '
71 12 miles with a time of r-i,.
utcs. What might have tvci ,m r'x.
ceptlonnlly good race v ,x trh.
formed Into a "c'nrh" e r y n
game by tho Cadillac's misfortune
according to followers.
Tho raco wns well advert!. t,j
word of mouth over the rmto ttti
residents lined tho r niway. ,
crowd of 200, many of ti n t Is.irj
who npont the night In Cu 1 mg Ij
anticipation, witnessed t'.o fl-Jnh.
Atttches of tho h il Pccrl'M
agency drove tho winner
' n us.
1 f lt
tfc t o
' f of th
Tta Int'pnfni finu nntnnln1 n H..
wlro stretcher to smooth wrinkly
Prof. Hermann S. Hering, C. S. B., Member of tho
Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, First
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
Subject of Lecture :
"The Science of Right Living"
Thursday, October 21st, 1920.
Free to All.
CARSON CONCERT COURSE
THE GREATEST LYRIC SOPRANO OF OUR TIM E
RODERICK WHITE, VIOLINIST
Prices: 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, Plus 10 War Tax
SEATS ON SALE NOW AT JENKINS MUSIC STORE
Owing to insistent demands, season tickets will be sold until Wednesday evenine. Season ticket holders can
secure their tickets at Jenkins
America's Premier Amusement Organization
CON. T. KENNEDY SHOWS
Will Exhibit at the Circus Grounds
ONE WEEK COMMENCING MON., OCT. 18th
Under Auspices of
Oklahoma National Guards, Tulsa Unit
40 CARS OF AMUSEMENT FEATURES 40
20 HIGH CLASS SHOWS 7 RIDING DEVICES 7
500 PEOPLE 500
Two Concert Bands Sensational Free Acts
When Kennedy Komes Komes the Best