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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
KENDALL AND CENTRAL GRIDS MEET TODAY AT EDMOND
State College Championship
Is Involved in Today's Game
Waito, Kendall Fullback,
n Out of the
HARD GAME EXPECTED
Kendall AKgie Conqueror,
Central Held Soonora
KENDALL POg. CICNTHAL
Chmlwoll.. 1-12. Lrfnrre
Mnrtln ... I.T . . .Cliltwnnil
9ii.'lr.. l.O. . VmiAntwi i i
Witty r Fnilry
T. Williams. . HO Wlldntnii
Almilitln I IT Fnrsytho
Jones Hit Ilrsmcr
Hrnfro . .. Oil llnfor
Ilrliin. . . I ll II . Wtlllnmsnti
Mc.MiiIihii . . . Itllll MlJIn
Anderson . . .. I'll. . Itrlslow
Cntiflilcnt of victory tint. primed to
pluy onti of tin- hardest games on
their schedule, IS members (if lilt!
Kendall college fnoltinll cloven left
Tulsa yesterday for Kdmnnd, whero
totlity they moot tlin Central nor
innl tram nt, 'Wiititlnnd field.
Conches Frnncltl Schmidt and Hum
Molllrncy, In addition to several
rooters, accompanied tint squint
They stopped Inst night l the Klug
Kiulti lintel nt Oklahoma City Ullil go
to Kdmond totlny.
TCt-iul ii 1 1 appreciates Ihn serious
ness of tlio Central gnmo. Th splen
illil piny of Itnlpli Myers' eleven In
Hi gnmo with tin t'nlvorslty of
Oklahoma has caused loon I .grid
followers nml Ki'iitlall conches iuuI
players to hiivn a wholesome lespect
for tho teachers ana though Kendall
expects to win, a lintllt to tin fin
lull to n close scorn Is predicted.
1'nlr of Star Hacks.
Central Iiiih two lmckrielil men of
rspeolnl brilliance In Wlllliinftrnn,
halfback, ami Hrlntnw, fullbnck, lilit
ns Wilbur Itny, Aggie "tar ami
other backs of Hint school worn sue.
cessfuly turned bark in thplr rlnsh
llrro two weeks ngo, Kendall kIioiiM
prevent tin pair of Crntral banks
from getting away with disastrous
ri'Mii 1 1 a to the Presbyterians,
Harry Harsh, Kendall fulllmckii,
on of tht slant of the Aggln game,
Wjio Mtixtaltipil two fracturpil ribs
anil other InJurlpH In that contest
linn roup to IiIk home at Poncu City
anil may li out for tho season.
Andorson, right halfliack, linn
boon shifted to fullliack and Mo
Milium, who has lippn alternating
with Hrnfro nt (iiiartrrtiarlc, will
play Anderson's old position. Brian,
left halftrack, star of thn Allele nml
all otherCKctidnll games, nml Hon-
fro rnitti l nut Hip nncHflrld.
Martin, Snyder. Witty, T Wil
liams mid Maudlin, arc km toil to Ntart
at lino position with Arnold ait re
serve. JoncK, hurt In t lie Aggie game
mav lip In shape to atari at onii pnd
position, with the possibility that
Keck will go In, Chntlwpll or llal
corn will play tho left win.
Other playit-H making tho IMp In
addition to tho nbovo mentioned
E. Hnrm1en, .T, Hornden, Lanhntn,
Tho officials to work today's
gamo selected hy Conch MyprH of
Crntral nnd approved liv Coieh
Schmidt of Kpndnll! llefre, Ba
lentl. (Carlisle); iiinutic, Dnlley,
(Sports Editor Tulsa Dully World):
hem! linesman, Clnudsmnn (How
doln). Krndnll-Centriil Score.
RecordH of thn Kendall and Cen
tral rlevenn to datit
Kondnll 131, Oklahoma , Cntho
Komlall 151, Oklahoma Mlncrn 0.
Kendall, SS, Chllopco Indians 0.
Kendall 20, Oklahoma AkkU'k 1 1.
Kendall in. Knst Central 0.
Total won, 390. Totul if oppon
Central R4. Klncflahor rollenp 0.
Central 42, Oklahoma llnntlntit 7.
Central 7, Oklnhoma univor
lty 1 R.
Total, Central 103. Totnl, oppnn
1IIUVY. V. ST HI.KVH.V
l'HKSi:.NTi:i) IIY MYKIIH
Hiirflnt tn Tht Wnrlil.
KDMOND. tikla., Ort. 21. With
a lino nveniRliiK 17S pntimlH and a
fast baekfleld nvernRliiK 167 pounds,
the Central normal football eleven
yesterday concluded tralnliu? for Itn
clanh here tomorrow with tho Ken
dnll rolleuo Krldnter" of Tiilnn.
Tomorrow'n bnttlti with Kendall
In the most Important Kiime fKhuil
uled nt home, nml one of the blK
Kft'Ht rontPMtH ever held here. Numer
oun former Central ntudentn are re
turnlUK to their alma mater tomor
row to Cheer the bronitii nml blue
athleten to their bent effort.
The tenm that ntarted tho name
DKAlnnt tho Unlvornlty of Oklahoma
two weekn no will probably be the
choice to open tho enme Friday.
Central linn. In the opinion of follow
er of othPr Central elovenn one of
the bent If not the bent cloven that
cvrr represented this nchool on the
In Wllllnnmnn and Miller, hnlf
b.:kn; llrlHtow and Courtney, full,
Hnfer nml Klmbull quartor. Coach
Mer ha a buckfteld that works
with maehlne pn rlnlon and thn four
men run with about cnual npeed.
llafer In tho blK nurprlni. this boltiK
bin first attempt at that position,
but he illHplnyn tho Keneralshlp of an
old head. Hrlstow at full Is an Ideal
mnn for that Job, IhMiik bur, fast ami
putH out lotn of Interference. WIN
llamnon and Miller have showed tip
well In all tho Karnes so fur this
year and either Is cnunblo of t .uinIiik
lotn of nrlef to opposing end.
Captain IoKorce and Chick Hra
mir at enijs did not allow Sklvy
Davis at the unlvcrtdty to got slnrteil
with punt. Chltwood, Van Antwerp.
Krary. Wlldinan. who stonned ko
many plays for the Soonem before
they got started, nml Kornytho make
up tho line. They nil have the noe
tMury weluht and speed to hold an,-
tlll.,1. Il.nl 1.-I ... . .
....... .unt jwiiuiiii IUHJ- mum O III
Bome chniiBes may bo made l
...jvin urioro i-rutiv nu ii.t,nP
Leads Kendall Team
Against C. N. Today
I liln Witt;,
Hldo Witty raptnlil nml center
of thn Ktimlnll eolleitu foothall
eleven, who lendn thn nrniiKO ami
lilnrlc today In, II n linttln with tin
linniKC nml hluo of Central normal,
With tho pro
pant nml "foot
ball In mltlHeason
play Kanles f coin
n o w until
This Is true this
week of Okla
football all of the
eiiKUKlliC In hnrd
Karnes, Of great
Interest to fol
lowers of the i:rld itanio In the Ken-
tlall collci.'0-Ccntiiil nornml clajsh at
liiluioml today Tlieso two
tetiuiH, wllh Phillips unlveislty of
Knltl art undefeated contenders for
the elate title Phillips plays Its
first Houtbweslcrn ronferencti name
of the season Hnturitav when It inertH
ihe TexnH AkmUs at CollcRf Htutlon.
I lie (i tlahoma Acales. Htrcnuth lieu
by tho return of Bcveral bIiiih out of
the Teni Kaon last week, clanh with
the llaylnr colb'Ko tif Waco, Texas
eleven. In Its second southwestern
conference t(lt. Tho University mf
Sklnhomn k-oes Into Its firm Mis-
noiirl Vallcv conference (mine ttf.lhe
year Haturdiv with the WnshlpKton
university Ham of Kt. uutw, ill tn.
'I'iiIhm nml Sapulpa, two of tlio
ltailliii ciiiitciiilcif. for tin slate
t linmpliiiiMhli, cbisli Siiliirtlay nt
I'iiNu In tlm most Important sclioN
ntli untiit or the week. Tluc ntii
clciciis haw won their pro loiiN
piiincK lit, Impressive scuroi, ami
tlcfcnt for cither ulll cllinlnntc
that eleven fitini tin title limit.
.MiixUiiKci. iiniilher fiiriiibliihlc liltl
ilci for Hit Halt cliniitplituslilii
niccis tin OUinuhfi't itrliNtciN at
Aliislitiirei nml tluumli Cuach
llernaril iirccnts u fint, flulitlm;
eleven, hIiouIiI win. Oklahoma
liluli school ctiiifcrciice iaiiu.-
Mchetlulcil for th ecl. Ill nihil
lion to the ,MiiHl.ti:ce.Ol.iniili:ee
clash' Kulil at tiuthrle; Me.Mcs
tec nt ICl llcno. All to bo pl.iicil
Illlnolr. Inst v'iir- Western con
ference champions and cemiucror.
Haturtlay of Ihe powerful Iowa clov
en, mceis MlrhUnii Saturday at Ami
Arbor, nils . ine first "iuk ic"
Bailie for the Widverlnes. A lest
of the unbent t n ChleiiKo team Is
provbled liy luwa when tluy pla
WNctiie'lu nml Ohio Stale, Mltli
CIiIciikii nml Illinois IcatlecK In
the ttiiifcrcnee meet at Columbus
In the hum I in i x tt iv n t unine of
tin week VIm"iiiiIii. ilcturs Inst
vitvk mer tin slroiitf Ntutlivvestcrn
iiiiicblne enters the unine u fnviir
lie, thnui.li Ohio State's victory
Inst week over Purdue Indicates
the llmlirei's villi have u battle on
the Itaptlst game .no! Courtney mi
also be ijIm n c, ili.ime. Kiild i orild
be oe,l at Kiiiid ur ta kle. iml
Itourne and Itoili.iin havn been sbniv
log ut well th,. last week nt culls
Tulsa Homestead will i,lve i
Hallowe'en party for the chil
dren Monday evci.mg Oct, 25,
at their hall lllMi.H Moulder
H frcHhnu nts will ha ttorved
and pti.is ciioi f,,r euntests
C tne t.ui an I hi It g the
AGGIES TO PLAY
Sooner Farmers in Firat
Big Game at Home
Hp"l. to Tlio World
HTI1.UVATHH, OhlH . (Jot. 21
lliiylnr university will furiilnh tlm
ftritt his al-hoini, f,-,,illl kiiiiii! for
Hit! Oklnliotiia AKKlfi. thin dihijiiiii
wlicn tlif t .-a m. niift on l.wl '
flnltl I'rlduy ufieiimon 1
Ten of tlm A. Ai M ri-KMlnrM will,
he In new pfiHltlnim lp tho flKlil
iiliuilift Die l!rnr If Hay linn not !
r. iiveied nuffltten'ly to penult hl
return to the Hm-gp, tli tuiirn
i ven will he wlt lied Jlivnl C,oh, Ii i
Ii.ii Plxleu Iium mud" mtllenl chiKiKt
In hlit innchlni mIik the ITniver.l '
i f Texan, Kutne at DmIIhh IiimI K.it- :
MkIiIIiik Spirit 'fvinulil. 1
InJiirlPH and the ln,- of men mi j
dt r i llnllilllty rulm ur In pmt if '
r.it,imljo for tin riiinit., ou chnnntM
In thn lineup, hut t Mi. i-nlef ri'HKi.n
i that the ronchen uri n I a-ni (it) iik to I
lorin u li'iiin linn will itliuw t lip
retiulred flKhtlnic tp'rlt m,ilei
men are rcplueliiK tX'HVywnlkhtH In
the line, thereby ilurn-HnlliK I ln
welffht of the llnr hi no KVtriiKP of
?r pnunitn to the mnn
MnkliiK t hane aftrr (limine dur
ing an afleriiiiiiii', nlun-il drill or
MirlnitnaK" thin week l'Kle U Klv
Uh Mit'h :iiuri "f the foru-llve will)
iiinke up the vnrrllty ntpind a rlpun'o
to t rowd out thorn who have lieie
tofure been Planned nn rtKUIarit. Ktl
.l.i) k Kiaitltix lineup inny ontalii
irl I'ajtr., who hnvti not pur
llilpnieil In tliu tltiee -allien nlninly
I.ebhnrt, ilmiKateil tackle who lrt
I IiIh third neuron, In not II to-
!)' It t e In thn Kama iikhIii t.hN
t ' In now In the hnxpit.r
ft., ,m- nil operntloti for a put--one
I fi.,il Itlnttler, illniliiui ,ve
l.lirdr fur two houhipmn pant, u .1
( nliiil i' liimk niipl iiuioie In li.i i
I mil I.h flint fiiolb.ill, haxe bent
declared lnollklhli! by the athletic
couiiill for Iniuiffli'leiit tincHwotk
panned t.ouranee, Rmnt tackle, Hny
ami l.oohnbauKli, featured half
lui, kn. and It. Wllllumt, fullback,
are htlll on tho Injured ll.it and havn
hot entered tho iicrlnimiiKo thin
Vo)len PIiijIiik Tat'KIt.
Captain Voyle Iiah been nhlfted
from end to tackle, to replace l,mi
rancn. Ntubblefleld, another end,
him been lined frciue,ntly for the
pnil four dam iih fullback and ban
nhown ability there. W. Wllllanm.
who hml worked nn ccntr, In play
Inn Mobhart'n tactile and Stafford
and Paxton, Kunrdx, nro altermitliiK
nt pKnilni; thn the bull from thu Hue.
A. Williams, former half. Is running
nt limes at tackle. At tlio eml.v.
pNloliolKin and Catitpliell, urif ap
parent cnnicen wun Church, nnd
Dillon close behind, ,
jtllhoiiKh In Jin. ti, A ult ti still
rirst pick for tptnriorbnnk. Ills In
juries possibly may iHvc Kreemurf,
who called slk'nnls In thn first mime,
or Klrklrtnd, fnrinotly fourth rhnlro,
nu iiiportunlty to ko avalnst the
llaylnr eleven. Kreeman's lack of
flKht Is noticeable, while Klfkl.imr
pronress Ima been surprising.
II, i Wllllamsi formef fulU)ark, linn
hcctil tried at KrouUl'ii uuard In
idKtull drill but4)ins been kept out
I of errlmmneA Over4reet, I'ortl,
i.li.,...tpinif i-.,.ntii veit .1 ti,...
',. . ... . I l, .....V 11.111 ,..!
ncr are other Kuanls, llrlseon Is
another rnan who hnn been used nt
fullbnck with Stubblefleld. A WIN
llnms, hnrfback-tnekh. Is still an
other fullback applicant. I.otur. tall
McDonald looms Up nn a possibility
Itnv nt Hluht Half.
If In ctiiulltlon itnv will' work nt
rlwht half. OtHerwIso Hnro or Unit
Is slnted l.ookabntiRh Is not ex
pected to piny Fiidav bnvltiK left
half to Johnson, A William or II
Thti"ejtlrti silind has been shaken
in to such an extent that each
player iHlpnicttcnlly a utility man.
(rvli K a. vi w (iiinbtmt Smith,
MMI'TII lll.'VIl iri.r VI 1
Harry Clrcb of l'lttsburuh. knoeltrtl
nit nunbont Hnfllh of llrooklyn. In
the first round of their HCheiuletl
l" "innd neavyweiHht bout horo to
GIRL FLIER, FALLS TO DEATH
Clilncne Air SHulenl Killed nml Com
luiuloit liijiircil In Htunsli,
MKNI.O PAUK, CaU. Oct. 21
bratices VS. I.ee, ib chlneNi Klrl
student aviatrljj was killed when she
juinpeil from a Tallinn alrplntio to
tl.iy and John Courtney. Pilot of
the machine, suffered probably fatal i
Injuries when tho m idline dashed
to the ground A wIiik of tho machine
collapsed, net online t' eyewitnesses.
Trtiiuc Dnv In Mnbamn,
5ONT(IOMKnV, Ala., Oct. 21.
Dnvtirnnr Thunms K Kllby totlny is
sued n p oi hunatlmi setthiK nslde
tvl Mundav. Out. 21 uhj Ichkuo of n l
I.eiiB'it Ciuiw Meetlnp;.
I Ht'HiU'I R, Oi" 21. -The couuci
, f 'in- lenu rt'Iof lailoiiB this .iftei
ntit.il , .lntlniltiiritHj dlseiiBsltiii o t'..
pi,, lia nun nt Inlnnrlties mid se
took t) ft" ci'll ifurntliuijt In PoinieO
nor with "ie id' llnlsti iitt. nod f
n i i-init if 'l'ejlr'mii of nations
I Moose j I
Opbn Meeting I H
The Tulsa Mote Lodge No I'H
M " "I;: Z II Seventeen Year8 of Service in TuUa
IIIIH t no and i enls to cn . II
IEIIH 107 South Main Phone Osage 8022
Be Sure to Come! flljH
'THAT LITTLE GAMl:"-
i'm prooD of oav father
BECAo'.E HE S ONE GOOD
I'veAiWViS STOCK TO ONE BIT
Of- ADVICE HE HANDED ME-,-"''GEOI7QI;','
HE HAItJ, sVDOMT
NEWER uosc- A Pot FoQ THE
SAKE OF TiMRTV CENTS i DONT
LET 'EfA BUUFF You'
AMD BELIEVE ME I'VE BEEN
'CAlum" FOR Foun WEARS-
Kennedy Defeats , Gwinnup
For Amateur Golf Honors
Tiy NAHHY DA1LIJY I" , 1920 Jumcs Kennedy, Tula.
.lames Kennedy' of Him Tulsa Coun- ' f' A. Mnttson. Tulsa.
try club yostuttlny dtifeatod Hnrry O.
Cwlnnup of the sano club In the'
final round of thu championship i
fllKht In thu eleventh annual nmu
tour tournament of tltr Oklnhoma
Oolf association, on Hit: Rreens of
Ihe local club. Kennedy won
vron 4 uml .1.
Veteran Kolf expertn of Oklahoma
who have followed thefournamont
ilay In this state since, the first
meet In 10 10 nsce that yntordny'n
match was the best ever plnyed Hi
a title round.
Kennedy owes his victory to fault
less imttluK anil Iouk and accurae
ilrlvliiKi tho latter especially, lie
wiii seldom In trofblo off the tees,
while Owlnnup freriuently tlrove Into
roughs. Thu recovery of thTi veteran
nwinnup In the roiiKhs was one of
the features of tho day's play, but
he wits In difficulty on too many
hccnslons. On tlm Kreens tlicro was
little to chooso between thu KolfiliK
of either Kennedy or Owlnhup. Doth
nutted with hritlhuirv mid rousts-
tency. elthor seldom mtsslni,'.
This Is the- first state tournament
Iti'uLiich the youthful Kennedy par
ticipated. He Is to meet Hilly MoN
horn tomorrow nt 2 o'clock In an
lS-hole match for tho open title,
n playoff of their tlo for that honor
Inht Sunday. ( .
Wlnters of the to amatouV tourna
ments of the Oklahoma association'
A GOOD WEEK FOR COTTON
I'.vpeel In Some Western Sections Hie
Weatliei Is Ideal.
WASlIINtlTON. Oct. 21.Bx
cept In some westorn sections of the
belt, wcaiher conditions were Ideal
for puking ml K'untui; of cotton
durliiK the last week, s.lld tho kov
eriiment weather uml crop bulletin
li'.tued today. TemperalUH'3 wore
moderately hlKbcr for the .season
throiiRhout tho belt, tho bulletin
said, with motlerntt) tovhenvy ruins In
the westorn section and llRht show
ers In the central part. In tho eastern
dlsirlrt tho Week was practically
ml u less.
Hulns tlainam'il open cotton In ecu.
tlal Te.v.is, western Arkansas, nnd
many wctlons of Oklahoma, but
elsewhere the weather was Kcnornlly
favorable ami bolls opened rapidly
In the more northern district), the
BRITISH COLUMBIA IS 'WET'
Prohibit! hi Voteil lloivii In Province
bv Mnliirltv ur 1(1,00(1.
VANl i I'VKH, It. C, Oct. 21. In
complete letiirrs In the npeci.il elec.
Hon In the provjneo of Hrltlsh Ct
I ti m tt In tonti-'ht Indicated a victory
for the "u'otti" by a majority In ex
etss of 10,uon vnti s,' which will give
tin Ibiuor uetlhfg monopoly to the
uo t rnment
Remington Winchester Savage
Pump Guns, Automatics and Double Barrels,
in twelve, twenty, sixteen and 410 gauge.
Ammunition, decoys, and hunting coats. .Also
your license. Let us equip you.
A SEvSER f
' at. OKiunoma uny.
iwit u it., ltouer. uktaiioma
191fi II, O. Gwinnup, Tulsa.
1915 George rrctlerlcksou, Okla
1914 Frank Moore, Tulsa.
1913 Dr. A. K. Went, Ohlahoma
1912. 1911, 1910 11, a. Owlnnup,
Kollowlnc; r the results of
championship play yesterday:
Clam A James Kennedy defent
ed II.- O.iawlnnup, 4 nnd 3.
Clnss .1. C, WrlBht defeated Dr.
lleyer. U nd R.
Clnss C Of E. Dent defeated Kd
I'lemlns, 1 'up.
Class. D- 11. Oothold tlefented N.
T. Ollbert. 2 nml 1.
Clnss K K. O. Hnvvly defeated P.
O. Wakefield, 4 nnd 3.
Class 1' C. H. Cunsler tlefeatcd
II. Hentl, 3 nnd 2.
t Class A Y. H. Parker dofcatcd
II. M. Mee 4 and 2.
C.ni: 1. M h. Smith defeated K.
II. lluckendroe S nml 2,
C1m(V C .1. C. rCasan defeated F.
W. DyK 13 nnrt 12.
Chm D L. J Mai tin defeated W.
nrer. ' and 5 "
Clnss ' -W. A
V v c( ok. :t a etl
S. Hlnmnn, won
Tiger. Train nt Wnxahatclilc.
I OH' WOHT1I.' Tox.. Oct 21.
The Detroit Tlnem of' tho Amerlchr.
lenguc, will train nt Wti.xaliutcvile
Teas, next spring, It whb onjiounceil
here todnv following the rittTpt of ii
letter to this effect from Mlatio Finn
reprei-cnting the club, ullo nskct
lh:v. proper hotel arraiiBtiments fo
the acuopunodatlon of tho player
he miido ut onco In that city.
. . DcntNt Dies of Woilntls.
Ni:W YOHK. Oct. 21. Dr. Mil)
llnwp, New York dentist who yes
tcrtlay shot nnd killod Dr. Huth Ilu
l.ln, ti llrooklyn collenguo, and ther
shot himself, tiled today In u hospi
tal of his wounds. Dr. Howo called
pp. the woman a colleijo ckiHStniUc
nt her office und proposed to her
The shouting followed rejection o
May Suspend Mall Line.
HALIFAX. N. S Oct. 31. Sub
ppnslon of tho Canadian West In
dies servlco of 'the Hoyal Mnll
Stenm Packet line unless Increased
freight rnt nro Brnnted, was pre
dlctcM herb todny by John Allsop.
Canadian general manager 'of the
Amusement Man Dies.
OHICAOO, Oct. 21. Frank Al
bert, said to havo been one of the
best known amunemcnt promoter
In tho country, died tonight.
r s v l iri 1 1 iKSiS' : n
i , . .
I'LL BET MY OUD
AlMT THREE H ON EST
vwy, if The
For A Thrill.
From Grid Camps
PKI.VCKTON. N. J., Oct. 21. Mai
Dickinson nnd Captain Callahan have
tolay returned to tho Princeton first
eleven and tho line is conHltlcrably
stronger as a result.
A.V.VAPOMS, Mil.. Oct. 21. Coach
Folwell today gave the Navy serubs
orders to uso Princeton plnyn picked
up by Navy scouts against tho first
eleven. Tho makeup of tho tenm
that will bo sufficient against Prince
ton is Htlll undecided.
PITTSntTlinir. net. ! ITnlvnr.
fslty of PlttshurRh playcra wlll.havo
their hint workout this nfterioon bo
foro they piny Georgia Tech at
Forbes fjeld Satunlay.
CAMHHIDC.B, Mrsm., Oct. 21.
More than 35,000 spectators will see
Captain "Ho" McMlllln nnd his Ken
tucky Colonel clash with, captnin
ilorween and his Crimson football
machine at Harvard stadium Satur
8YHACUSK, N. Y Oct. 21. Jim
my Frugono. u socond strltih star.
Vtll replace Cnwell, who is Injured,
at tpinrternack for the Syracuse
Orange (ram again at Dartmouth t
Hanover Saturday. Tho Syrncuso
eleven, ull members In excellent
physical condition, left for I-eba-non,
N. II., last night. .
CHICAao, Oct. 21. Iowa's vaunt
ed aerial nttnek In due for a bump
herb Saturday If Coach Htagg's plans
do not miscarry. St.igg Is drilling
tho Maroons In tricks ho believes
will rob tho Hawkcyes' specialty of
UHHANA, III., Oct. 21. Thirty
live gridiron warriors will leave horo
tonight. under tho guidance of Coach
Hob .tinpke for Ann Arbor, where
pihft annual Illinois-Michigan game
Vlll bti jilwyed on Saturday. All or
tlio llllnl regularo are In good shapu
ejtcept Hob Fletcher, who is ill. ,
MADISON. I Wis., Oct. 21. The
'latlgers will leave hero this after
luon for Columbus. Last year Ohio
won from Wisconsin through the
medium of Chlu Hurley's educatod
toe. llarley Is gOno this year and
loach Hlchard.V men bollovo they
will win. Thu miuad Is In good
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 21. Mtung
liy twjs defeats by rival conference
teams; Coach Williams has mapped
out a stiff program for tho Minne
sota grhl warriors and practice will
itart nn hour earlier each day hem
aftor. " COLl'MHl'S, Ohio, Oct. 21. Ohio
will bo somewhat crippled when It
meets Wisconsin Saturday. Frank
Wlllama. fullback, will be. out of
tho lineup and Dean Trott, husky
guard, Is not In fighting trim. Walter
Camp, famous football authority,
will attend tho game.
IOWA CITY. Iowa'. Oct 21 Coach
IfntA-nrrl InnM is hiillttlm? nn n Ktrnnr
reserve forco for uso in tho gamo j
with Chicago, Saturday. .Many sec
ond string men were tried out In tho
varsity lineup In scrlmmago prau
tlce, that lasted until dark
Be R;dy for the First
Flight With a
Received With Favor
liy Minor Magnates
NEW YOHK, OcL 21. Tho
L.-iKkcr plan for reorganization of
tho govornment of baseball as. In
dorsed by a majority of major
league, club owners Is highly pop
ular with tho minor lenguo own
ers a. 'i well.
In an announcement totlny
from National League tioadnuart
ors It vnn mailt! known tho presi
dent of no lew than eight minor
leagues and tho owners of minor
league clubs throughout thu
cpuntry huvo fltxiked to tho hup
port of tho new plan and havo so
Informed President Hcydlcr of tho
Colonel Jacob Huppert today
took occasion to deny that Miller
Muggins has been "fired." When
nsketl If Huggins wan going to bo
let out, ho said;
"I don't think so."
GRID STARS IN EAST
.McMlllln of Center Collegn nntl lUck
of West Vlrglnln Mnkc Hoivh
on Illg tiriillroiLs.
NEW VOHK, Oct. 21. Two play
ers who will mako their Initial bows
In "big league" football stadiums
next Saturday, will bo watched with
unusual Interest by cloti followors
of the game.
Ono af4heto young men Is "Ho
McMlllln. captain nnd nil-American
tiuavtermnstcr of tho Center college
football eleven who will load his
toain iigalnst Harvard -at Cambridge.
Tho other Is Carl Heck, West Vir
ginia's blonde tornado, whoso play
ing has featured every gamo tho
mountnlnccrn havo played thin Rea
son. .McMlllln AlNAmerkiui.
Tho wonderful all around playing
of McMlllln, which won him tho
1919 all-Amerlcan quarterback posi
tion. Is too well known for recount
Suffice it to say ho Is Juut ns brll
ball and running his team .and that
linnt nn ever both nt carrying tho
Harvard'fi players will havo their
handK full keeping him away from
their goal lino.
Center's records bo far this sea
son, with a total of 245 points
scored In three games, reflects Mc
Mllltn's ability nnd generalship, nnd
many football enthusiasts from tho
south will bo In Boston to watch
their Idol play.
Hock Mnrkrtl Stun.
At New Haven, where the moun
taineers anil bulldogs nro slated to
tnngle, young Carl Heck will bo a
The blondo back of the Morgan
town eleven has matin a reputation
that has preceded him and tho Yaln
players, stinging under tho memory
of the defeat hnnded them by Hus
ton college, will kcop this young
man In mind.
. 1 , - . .. LI. ..nt.lnllnH
dulk, ii umunu ill urn iuiuiiiiiuii.
may not get the chanco to nhino for
West Virginia an ho hn.i previously
done. Ho Is tho plnyer who mndo
n SB-yard run agnlnst tho Pitts
burgh Panthers earllf-r In th sea
son and tore off n 30-yard run In
the same pamo. If "West Virginia
hntl moro llko him It) would bo a
mountaineer fold all year.
Justice to the l'ostofflcx.
Spfcldl to The World.
PAWHUSlvA. Oct. 21. Tno
growth of receipts at tho Pawhuska
postoftlco In tho past six months
has boon such as to make It eligible
to tho rank of first-class Hhnuld tho
Incrcaso contlnuo to the end of tho
year.- For some time an effort has
'jeen mndo by the commorclnl club
to ndvanco tho Pawhuska postofflcn
to first class and to nccure additional
clerks to handlo tho heavy business
which hon been transacted for the
past IS months. One of the handi
caps has been tho large volumo of
government mall which Is handled
through 'the Indian agency nnd for
which the local postofflco ctn no
credit In reporting the receipts.. A
movement Is on foot to nsk the gov
ernment to make allowances for this
extraordinary service in considering
Pawhuska'H appeal for a postofflco
of the firs- cWr.
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Grove's Collegians Will
Play Fifth Game
SHAWNKK, Okla. on n Wlh
two games won and two gi- .f, 0,.
tho Oklahoma Hapti.- u i , rrl
eleven will cash with t , ev '
from Kingfisher roiiegc fer'nu.
promacy In football tomorr . nfter,
noon. Tho gamp Is ext ij to t
tho hardest fought b.i't o ,.n th,
Baptist field this year ns t th cmi
nro placed about equal (n,
Tho Baptists opened thnr g?mn
by defeating the Chtlf, t lrdlani
12-0 In a slowly playrd g.inv Thn
next frny was with Cen'' ' r ,rnnl
tho visitors taking the lul 42. j'
After this game the Oklahoma r hooi
of mines wan smotherel t)-,iitr a
107-0 scoro and last week tht BJp.
tlsts Invaded Texnw nnd were Mnt
home from Denton normal with a
29-0 tlefent hung on theni.
Kingfisher proved he.r mettl,
when sho went agalns the Weather
fortl normal tenm nnd held Hu m t
a 7-7 tlo after tho We.i'hrrf, J tiaia
had succccdetl In holding the Phil
lip university machlnn ti n
game. Mcredl'h. center ard cap.
tain of tho Kingfisher eleven, la aalfl
to bo tho stellar player, while h
shares tho astronomical poaltlor.i
with Dnrllng, guard. Hlce, tackle;
Fryer, full, nnd Woodruff halfback.
Coach Ivan H. Grovo Is as yet
undecided as to his lineup In th!
game, sickness nnd chnnge of playrrj
making the lineup nn entirely dif
ferent one this week It l prob
nble. however, that the fnllnwInR
eleven will tnko the flelt to repre
sent the Hlsonr Itnndall. right enl;
Harnett, right tackle: Price, rlcht
guard; Brewer, center- Tonder,
left guard; Helcklebech, left tarV.le;
Craig, lft end; McKlnnls, quarter
back; Captain Faucett right half
back; Bender, left halfback AM
ridge, fullbnck. Tho following suh.
stltutes will go In for tho Baptists II
nepdort! King, center; Hamilton,
end; Brltt, end; Shorney. tnckle;
Dixon, end; Fowler, end, Sleverson,
end; Owney, quarterback, Bcrger,
l-'nnectt Kloeted Cnptnln.
King Fnttcett of Shawnee wa!
elected cantain of tho Hlion at a
recen meelng of the squad. Faucett
plays nt halfback and at end an!
Is one of the best combined offensive
and defensive players In the game
In the state. Ho mado tho all-K.msas
collegia to second team last year at
end and is out for a similar position
In this state this year.
William Wrny (Missouri) Trill
refereo the game hero Friday and
Frank P. Brlggs (Missouri) will
TO ADVERTISE THE SOUTH
$25,000 to no Sent Informing Other
Sections of Dlxlo Advantages.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 21 "Sell
it south," wns adopted today as the
keynote nnd slogan of tho 125,009
advertising campaign southern
newspapers are to uu to advertise
the south In other sections of the
Tho campaign will b paid for by
228 memhers of the Southorn Ncwi
papor Publlshors' assoclalon, repre
uotitatlveH of whom hold the con
cluding cs.sIon here today of a
threo day'H meeting.
Mexican Shootfl American.
HISHEE. Arlr... Oct. 21. Moso Se
vey, nn American citizen, and super
intendent of tho Duluth mine at
Cananen, Mexico, Is at tho point of
death In tho Big Sononi copper
camp ns tho result of a gunshot
wound inflicted today by Homondo
Navarro, a Mexican, for whose ap
prehension tho Sononi tiuthorlUci
havo offered a reward of 2,000.
re.over-d from Inn lnjuy In