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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1920.
Game In One of Hardest
Fought Kvor Played
ATTACKS ARE VARIED
Hoth Hlovc-ns Employ Aerial
and Strata Football
nr lautiy n.viwtr.
in inn iiiuiiim ..i..i.iiia
in TiiIkh. HrnrlnK " '".
J?.- . !,. by touchdowns ni.il ! , ,m,i .
niter tniiohmlwn. , At Williamson, Muss
Itl tllllf IlllUt. ii '
Al Tulsa Tulsn high stii'rfil ",
Hapulpn high school 7, . Hp )
At m. Iul -Oklahoma 21, Wash
AI Ann Ubor Illinois 7, Mlohl
iS'ulm Jinme 2S. Valparaiso 3.
At Washington, Washington
ami jeff.isnn ii, ihigii o.
At Carlisle - I Mi slnsnn s, L'rstlitis
At Now York Gent Motown 40,
Km it tin m 17
At Itochnstfr, i. V.- franklin and
Mnmhrt'l , Hix'lHtMtpr 0.
Al Clinton, N. Y. llninlltoti II,
Ni-w York university 1J.
At Amherst, Mass. AfiilitTft 3ft,
At Providence, It. .1 Ilrown 14,
At New York- Wosieyiwi 10, Co
nnpuiim "'". " in .li,iile1
tfvK E. .-' There
fntr with neither eleven ( ; " " .
tut1 HiiKhvit UU-koa Kjml.
H"" . ....
i imvinit iin even break In u "
Thn mini i".''"-'
second l"ariei. 11Bht than
Z: ArTlw"" wUh III"" edge for
Bruunrt from mldfleld curly in
srrV.nd period. Bnpulpn '
Tiilii w'nii not to ho denied, and J
xSrlrrt attack of thn serial " '
sffiu foo.hnl. Xnnd'San
Snpulpa's two-yard lino nnil Morn
wc,,t '"'penalty nina-trotis.
Hiiniilim'K touchdown wftl. m,n
hyMKhtfoothj... THhm t ;o ha
on the flrnt klckoff 1 "i
ynr. Iln. thn latter, huld. Tin tin
period ended with h. Imll ,!
pulpn's possession In Tunnn tor
rltmy After 10 minute play In h
Moomt Pt'rloA Hnpulpa workeil the
'rnlna'ii 26-yard line.
Mty of 1R yiirdu nftlcted on Tutaa
?n r.,l"d Bapt.U.a"to B t within .trtkj
BTho remainder VL"rSiiV?W
Si to a cirtMn VxtHnt. thonch many
of their MII.H were broken UP by
.ii.itii wnH reHPoiiBlble for
, Tuln 'a touchdown. Tnklnir t " '"Ui
uri.. nr run run" n
piihIiVh. MorKnn then went
DdHplto mu ",",lr" : ;inly
n.n iriiinn wnn cieuniy
played nnd wa
HtnrH for Xn
Kd Knd wann.Vked by M.lend.d
oVt.manthtt. of ln " ,0.v' '"..101.
Ledford and, IIukIioh.
02, Tilnlty 0
At .Statu Ciilli'K", I'll t'otln. State
1(111, Lebanon Vnllny 7.
A'. IndlanapiillH lliitlsr 13, lCurl
At Allontowtl, I'll. - Millllnnbiii'K 0,
Al Ilnltlinori', Mil JoIiiih llopkliix
0, Mwni'thmiiie 1 1
Al Atliiiitn, (In. (leoriila 23, OkIp
At Ht. I.oulu 8t. Ioul unlvnrnlty
27, MIMiMlrl Kfhool of Mlni'H 0.
At MIHMouln. Mont. --UnlverKlty of
Mnntiiiia 4 3, .Moutrinn WVid'Tnu 0.
At Mllwnukcp .Miirqiiettn 4R,
Weiti-rii Normal 7.
At Knnxvlllo Unlvendty of Ten
lirnHi'ii L'li, CIkiiihoii i).
At lioiton Miirviiiil 31, Cpnter 1 1.
At Ui'H Molni'HDrako 7. UnlVer-
wtj or MlfHoilrl 10.
At HoiUtle nn-Ktin AkijIch 3, Unl
MTHlty of WimhlnKtou 0.
At HiiKeiin, Oi'PKon unlvernlty of
Oregon 13. irnivprhlty of Idaho 7
it HprlnKfleld, Mo. Drury 20,
William Jewull 0.
M Trtiiekn, Kan. WiiNhburn 14,
At Terro lltiuti. Intl. Wnlnnh 30,
Homo Poly o.
At 1'rliiceton rrincoton it, mivv
At Phllnileliilila Vlrslnia M. i.
27, IVntiMylvanla 7.
At ltlinra Cornell uoiKaio ii
At Hanover Hyructioo 10, Hart-
At Ch rairn CIiIchko 10. Iowa 0.
At lilrmlnRhamAuluun r.fi, Van-
iler i ill r.
At Wi-Ht l'o nt Army 28. Turt n.
At IMllHburish Carnt'Klt) Tech 27,
ITnlveiH tv of Cincinnati lf.
At l'lltuburKh riltBDiirKh iu.
npnruhi Tcnh 3.
At Little r.nelf camp rilte, Tiurn
JMvMun, 21, Ciimp Oram, Hixtn in
At CoUimbiiH WImcoiibIu 7, qhlo
At l.awrenoo Kannnn 7, Amea
At Lincoln Nebraska university
20, .South Dakota 0.
At Omahn CrelKhton unlverHlty
0, Kanca AifKlen 3.
Al Donvor Colorado coIIoko 21
Denver university 0.
At Iloimton Hlco 10, Soulhwea
"SNOW WIDOW" TO
WED HER FOURTH
BEAT PENN 27-7
First Big UpseU Sprung
When Military Acad
PIIILADKLI'IIIA, Or-t. 23. Her
u lil 01 1 iin nn pftiv MMt-up In the lull
before th" hl inmm to eomo, th
VlrKlnla MIIHnry nrndemy out -rliiwmd
th" tinlVTflty of I'cnritnl
VHtila football Inurn In evPry ilepnrt
niBTit of the Kiitnr todliy and won 27
Tuklnu Hip nfffnclvn at the out
net, the HnuthermrK nwept the I'enn
fylvfiulu tentn off ltn feet. and. in
inn flril f"W mlnule or tnnv 'li
pid and blue poal II tm wiim rrc'Ml
for lite firm tltti" thin year whin
Leech pinked A hole off the tickli
Me alio klrkeil the unnl.
Itelore the I'rnnt'lvnnln ttntil
nilM reeover from Km Kiirprme and
while the HlandK wt mill murr nr
Intf "fluke" Ibe Dlnle boy nuirhrd
Up the field inn I n and WIImoii in i b
the Heronil toii'-honwn bi-fnri 'ht
elomi of the period. Lee-h .!-' I
the cnnl. The third tnuehdown
'nine when Leech, who wan the oil'
ftiimllnn flKurn In the came, hurled
a minrt pum to Iirewry.
t onilnw out for the third period
the Pentmylviinlii team phowed n
brief flimh of N'drlt and In three
plnvn m-ored n loii'-hdown on a for
Winner and Runnerup of Eleventh
Annual State Amateur Golf Meet
OHIO BEATS WISCONSIN
Vlt lort Win In Irfi .Minute f l'lny.
it-i-Ki nir liailver ( liiimplon
COH'MIlt'ft. O. Oct. 23. CornlnK
from behind In tho lam minute of
piny and dtipllcntliiB the feat of Jill
western eonferonee rhamplnmdilp
noln lnm .year when they won the
here, Ohio fitnte, throuith the itklll of
her pivot man, "Hobe" Workman,
nnd the npeinl of "Pete" Stlnch
romli, eomnletely wrceked Wlacon
mn'it ehamplonmiln aaplratlona hero
tlm afternoon, defeatnc them 13 to
7. A .16ynrd forward pass from II.
Workman to Hllnoheomh. who raced
from the 20-ynrM line for a toueh-
down, ended n, Ramn which had Ken-
erally been conceded to Wisconsin
SOONER ELEVEN WINS
SAYS NO PARTY
MAY SHUN DUTY
Oklahoma t'nlvrrnllv Defcjiti Wnili-
limlon, 21-M Soonerx Tnko
It'itil In I'lrM I'rrlod.
ST. LOtTlfl. Oft. 23. The Okla
hnma unlverMly football team de
footed thn WawhlnKton university
Ipi n hpn tl.i" ntttrnonn hy a neore
or 2i to i i.
I'otthoff, left halfback of tho lo
rnl team, Hlarred with a run of R0
yardH In tho find nuarter. Tho vlnlt-
ln playerf took- tho lend In the first
ouar.ter nnd retained It throiiRhout
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i nn i.pilford. Mont
.' .' .' .' .'ltrU. . Ledfo'rd, Mlko
Kaywood . . .
Conner . . .
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''"'Humlnarj' :' ' aow'Vi'fflr
Trelli, Morwan. ( on h after rtm
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,0..n... iixruWiiu- iz for Mont Ltid-
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noail Hlieniiuiii, in
Kueiier, H. W. Clowun.
PRINCETON WINS FROM NAVY
Kansas University Wins
rom Ames Eleven 7-0
LAWHKNCK. Knn.. Oct. 23.-
7i"-yanl run by Llttlu, Kunnan half
back, In the opening of the firm
period, Hcnreil the only touchdown
In the KaiiHaM-AmeH Kinne hero to
day, which ended 7 to 0 for Knn
mm, Tho forward pans did not fit:
tiro lnruely in the Knmo, ttinuuh one
flip, 1 1 u tin to 1H1I, nutted KantmH
Ninety-Year-Old Oreo In
dian Started Uourt
iitavi.rv. ii. c. Oct. 23. Mra
John McKenzle, tho "Snow Widow"
unit I it nl nf the Crro lndlnilM. llKlllll
In to become u bride al tho nRO of
no. Humor Iiiih II that uvery uvo-
nine at dtiMlt a redinnn makci hln
way to the wlRwam of tho "Hnnw
Wltlow." Ho will become her fourth
AIoiik thoo fabled rivers that ko
tnmbllni: north of tho Artie the
wii-.i. triuiiK lolo of thn "Snow
Widow" la Mtlll whispered nt night
In tho Klow of the eampflien.
Around the ndventurcB of tho uroiI
Indian woman memburu of her own
trllm nro ever wtmvlmt new tHlce,
., ,...! ...1 I till I HI I IHI leCtllllH III III!' nuunvin
TlKcm Hem .mu t ioh in . ''' j ,iny company, which Ih now cltmiiiK
' V;' . "V nlliiir ""I- lH Pialrle lands to farm settler
I'liini-iw".-.. tnay bo roiinil the true Hitiry.
runs from Ulelt formation n non . , ..Snow widow
l.ourlo of 1'eiu, ill., and 1'ratiK Miir- ,.......,,. ti. .,.,. K()l,i of the far
ray of Nashville, Tonu., wero ui , nor.i. wbich inn ho found only
main rnctom today In tho t rinto- nmonK redmen and their Hqu.iws.
(mi'K ili-foat of Navy. I I to 0. I jirH, McKenxU' lost three hua
ai tlm atnrt of tho second period ' i,.,.iB. mi triinnerH. Two wero fro
T'rini'ntnii advanced the ball from , -., ... ,nnth. Tho third died of
ii. .,n "O.vnnl line, where It hatl , Kinrvatlon. It was while the hiltt'
held the Navy for downs. j lay dylnK that Mrs. McKenslo a
flarrlty took the ball off tiii'KH , irtiRlr adventure took plaeo. 1 hey
for "5 yards, a forward pass f rom , eninped n hundred miles north of
Lourle to Davis added 30 yards and 1 Stanley inlwdon. In tth'i dead of
another handled by tho Maine players winter itamo becanut so scarce that
put tho ball on Navy'H IB-yard lino, t win, their two ba .Ion they fared
nn tb n..t nlav Lt.urlo was back i stnrvotlon. Tlp'n the husband fell
In kick formation, ns ho had been on 111. Only food would snvo mm.
.nii nt il... thro nreeedlliK Plnys. I "With the two names,
FORCE SALE OF WHEAT
Goal After Touchdown
. Gives Champions
ANN AIIHOK, Mich, Oct. 23.
By tho narrow margin of a coal
after touchdown, Illinois virtually
eliminated Mlchlitan from tho west
urn Intercolleslate championship
race this afternoon, winning 7 to 0.
Mb hlKan scored Its touchdown In
the second period on n brilliant 70
yard run by Dun, nuartorbnek, who
Intorconttid a forward pasa to !t
the ball. Ills attempt to Koal, how
ever, went wide of the posts.
A nrettv forward pass paved the
way for Illinois' touchdown In tho
h n tierlod. Til Imll wns ill .MICH
1 lean territory almost throughout
inn quarter, ine iiiini pusnuiK .hiiii
lKan back steadily.
Heachlntf the 20-yard line. Wal
nulst, the Illinois rlnlit half back,
tossed to Halph Fletcher, substHutc
for Lef; .Halfback Deden, who cur
ried thn hall over. Fletcher then
TULSA AND SAPULPA BATTLE TO 7 - 7 TIE IN GREAT GAME
. n , . . ,. VIRGINIA CADETS I Winner and Runnerup of Eleventh lilLLINI TRIUMPHS i&lT I PITT WINS FROM
aapuipa scoreb in isr i-enou;
Tulsa Counts in 4th Quarter
.In met Kennedy (left) and Hurry (winiiup.
Jamcf Kennedy, youthful Tulsa prolfer, playing In his first stato
nmntvur title tournament, last Thursday defeated II. U. Qwtnnup, four
times champion, In the final round for that title.
icaguc Must Ultimately
Succeed Whoever Wins
Receiving the Iwll on his 25-yord
line he madti a bluff to throw an
other forward pass, but Instead
skirted the Navy rlKht wlni? for n
touchdown. Tho series of plays that
remitted In the snore rill were of tho
triple threat style, that Is. with a
i,an In kl-k formation who can
urn. kick or pass.
Yale Easilu Defeats
West Virginia 21 lo 0
NKW I1AVKN. Oct. 23 Yale
trounced West VlrKlnla 21 to 0 this
afternoon In a tjuine with fw fea
tures. Hues ly Kr.mu Kellev nnd
Kempton "nvort the wav for touch
downs. The piny was larnely in the
torrttorv of the visitors, who were
not as formidable either In their llnp
or aerial work ns had been expected
ing, Mrs. Mchenzii) sianod tne leu
I iillle trip Willi a raimsueu uor iphiii.
After 30 miles the doKS died Tili-U-,
Iiikt the babies In the sled, she fns
' teni'd the hanies about her own
I rtalst and continued ten miles. Then
I (inn babe fell 111 and died. She
I wiapped a blanket about tho tiny
body, placed tt deep In the snnw and
mil of the twins of u pine tree fash
j Inned a pitiful little cross which was
I placed oier the spot. Then she con
I tinned tho Jnuiney. n her arrl
! Mil food whs hurried to her luislmnd
I but lie was dead. She became the
Vamlcrbilt Swamped by
Auburn Eleven 56 to 6
Mlvdf.-tpii AkrIch will.
1IATON HOrOK, La.. Oct. 23 -Wlth
the score 7 to 7 and onlv n
few minutes remnlnlnR to nlnv In the
last quarter the Mississippi AksI"i
blocked Ives' punt, prnventlnir n
"rfety fcr the Loulalana men and
KlviiiK MlsslsslppJ A (li M a 12 n
7 victory over Loulaluna atnto mu.
lllltMLN'tUIAM. All.. Oct. 23
ChnrKliiK low, teurliiK the IlKhter
Conimodore lines to pieces, .Minimi
literally swamped Vanderbll! here
today, 60 t o
In the flrsi period, Aiibuin dis
played Its poweiful attack, drlvlns
Vnnilirbili ln-k and fort-inn. aews
n tHKiiileun a fumlle within Nan
derbllt - yard line prevented the
Tluers from acurliif iwlco in thm
INiriuerx Limns on Crop An- to lie
I nihil III ai I nM ns They lie.
PONVA CITY. Oct. 23. The
loans nuide to farmer by the banks
In order to finance them throtiKU
wheat harvest nnd to take cure of
their cropw during a period that
vnrclty of railway oars made
maiket Impossible, nro to bo called
In .is fast us thiy now' fall due, II
tho ultimatum received hy tin
bankrt from the mate I unit, commis
sioners of both Knnsnn nnd Okla
homa Is obeyed. This letter of In
structions to bunks has Just been
received and evldentlj" was unex
pected by liual hunkers.
This will probably mean, It Is
fel, that many farmers will be
compelled to sell their wheat nt the
pnsent market pi-Ice in order to pay
these loan Tho present piico of
wheat is l'lKiired, to bo considerably
lower than the farmers cost of rale
hit tt. according to the announce
ments of the fnrnieri- thimselvcs.
It Is mnlutnlncd. in the letters to
tho banker, tellliw thein to end
tho loar.s, that the money 'wns se
cureil by tho bunks for (h purpose
ct taking care of the farmers' .vheiv.
cu.p, nnd that that emercency has
passed, md as the moni-y is neided
1p other lines nf business in order
o hnlnnie biislnesw, It is necessary
I hut the full, pi s' loans bo culled
as fast ns tbij beciuie due nnd th
hmkN ii iw ilnstructeil to 'd th
fanners ti pay the note I'lttead of
askltm' te h.ne them couttnmd
These letters to tankers will no
dmtit foi m nn InteresthiR portion
of (lie tlisetu-eton when 'the mem
lei of lb" whint nrnwers nsvicla
tiotiM thriMiRhoiit nil the wheat
inuntles nf uUlnhoma and Kansas
meet to itiseuss the slluatbm. In
fact th.'he meettiiRS nio called ti
rnt'fy tlio nctli;n uf the nat.onal
t-iard In starllUR the yiuRriim nt
wiihhulniur wheal from the market
until the price Is belter It Is un
dersiiuiil the farmers will hold fo
S a bushel Wt.ethor the cilllns;
, u( the limn will cans , ilmnfji
In tlv fari'ieis' jnoR.-.im Is a ipes
Tb-i notion will no doubt uffril
thi-iisands of wheat larniein who
stored thilr wheat on tho farms at
the suunestliin of lederal. -tutr an
locnl nuthoriKcH at a tlnio whn
there wim no mat kit.
Tiilatio DefeaN .Mh-Illipl.
NKW OHLKANS. La.. Oct. 23.
Tulanc's punttng' wns too much for
Mississippi university yiday and 1 1
loriner mmi j: iu u. inii Kiinie hvimi;
called with four minutes to play b
iiuse o' dnrWnrro
Thi'ii wire e ime'-i.us bins to i'i
ruliini I ieiu The isitirs hei
i he Tutno Kiuad bcul'iietu in to
j first halt.
110HTON, Oct. 23. Tho trustees
of World Peace Foundation, tho
million-dollar endowment estab
lished In 1010 by tho lato Kdwln
(linn, havo unanimously ndopted a
declination that American entry In
to tho lcncue of nations cannot bo
decided by tho Novombor election.
Tho statement says:
'Tho problem of tho orrjanliation
nf tho vorhl for penco Is greater
man any man or any uotiy in men.
Although ratification of tho trentr
of Versailles, with or without res
ervations, was prevented by the fail
ure of tho president ami tne senate
tri agree, nevertheless, whatever po
litical nnrtv may enmu Into power.
It will find that tho Interest, tno
cniiHrlellon mill thn KHIINO of dUtV of
tlm American peoplo will require Kngllsti MMoniisi
tho nation to taku Its part in tnn,
essential work of establishing nnd
preserving the penco of tho world.
"Tho World Pence Foundation
wns created to promote tho organi
sation of the world for thn pre
vention ot war. Tho trustees o
tbU foundation believe that thn only
practical way ot achieving that re
sult is by Joining tho existing icnguo
of nations, with such nwrtlflentlini.1,
If nny. as tho wisdom of our states
men may think proper for tho wel
fare of the I'nltod .States, We havo
assurance that foreign governments
will wclcomn thn United 8tates with
nny smii modifications as it may
Tho bonrd of trustees Include
both democrat) and republicans.
Their dei-la ration is signed hy Wil
liam II. 1'. rnunee. president of
Ilrown university; Oeorgn W. An
derson. Harah Louise Arnold, Prof
essor George It. Ulakesleo of Clark
university, Htephen Plerco Duggan.
President A. Ijiwrence Lowell of
Harvard, former governor Samuel
W. McCall of Massachusetts. Illls
Perry, Albert H. Pillsbury, Oeorgn
A. Plimpton and Joseph Swnln, and
Kdward Cummlngi, general secretary.
Paul Fitzgerald, Struck
by Auto, Has Fractured
Skull; May Not Survive
Little hope for tho recovery of
Paul Fitzgerald, G-year-old son of
Mrs. Cluy Fitzgerald, 310 South
'.unls. suffering with a doublo
fncture of tho tdcull, as the re.
suit of being struck lato Friday
afternoon by it delivery truck,
driven by nut! Skaggs, was offered
lato last night by attendents nt
tho Tulsa hospital. An operation
was performed Saturday morning,
hut tho chlld'H condition was re
ported as very low nt a lato hour
Skaggs wns held In .Jail novornl
hours following tho accident,
which occurred In front of tho
Fitzgerald homo When tho boy
stepped from behind a car pnrketl
at the cudblng, directly Into tho
path of tho car driven by Skaggs.
The driver wait released after eye
witnesses declared thn accident
CHICAGO BEATS IOWA
Maroons Killer Hunks of "Dig 10''
Title Contenilers by Trim
ming HimliejcM 10-0.
fcTAOa FI1JLD, Chicago, Oct. 23.
The rnlversity tif Chicago ileven
entered tho ranks of contenders for
tho Wesjern conferenco football
championship today by defeating tho
IlKht hut tricky town team n n
spectacular game. 10 to 0. The con
test was witnessed by a crowd esti
mated at 30.000 persons. The defeat
virtually eliminated Iowa from tho
"big 10" rare.
After Jamming through from tho
three-yard line, for n touchdown In
tho first period, Chlcngni played a
defensive game and kept Its goal
line out of dnnger, although town
threatened until tho final whistle.
Iowa excelled In tho open game, the
forward passing of thn Devlno
brothers keeping tho big crowd on
Thanksgiving Date Open for Sand
Springs (.tin loam.
SAND SPRINGS, Okla., Oct. 23.
Five more games aro to ho played
by tho Sand Springs football team
this season. Tho Thanksgiving date
Fallowing Is tho remainder of tno
schedule for the season: October 30,
nnrtlesvlllo nt Unrtlesvlllo: Novom-
ber 6. Clnremoro nt Sand Springs;
November 12, I'awhuska at Pawhus
ku; November 10, Chandler at Sand
Springs; November 26, open. ,
MAY RELEASE SEXTRO
END OF WORLD PREDICTED
XIMHlH t's to Ittm
Out of Cnrhnnlo Acid
LONDON, Oct. 22. Professor W.
M. Flinders, n prominent lirltlWl
scientist, threw tho old scare Into
his nudlonco nt tho meeting of tho
Drltlsh Scientist association nt Car
diff with tho tlmo-honorcd calamity
howl, "tho world Is coming to nn
end," When, while rending a paper
on tho probable duration of humnn
life on earth, ho said;
"There Is only a minute fraction
of tho original quantity of carbonic
ncld left In tho atmosphere. The de
composition of n few more tnclies of
silicates over tho globo will exhaust
tho cnrhonlc ncld, nnd life will then
be unnbli) to exist."
He then addod n comforting word
to tho foregoing harsh words hy
saying that ho calculates that this
stage may bo reaciied a row hun
dred thousand years hence.
niNTiNur.n Kitt'M t'Aili: onk
ready made plans for tlm guarding
of nillwavs. docks and mines with
troops. Airplnnes and dhlglblrs
will be utilized for tho transporta
tion of food nnd malls If the rail
roaders go out.
Tho membership of the trade
union ermirress tu which may bo glv
nn tlm ii-eniehiliiuslv Imiiortnnt task
of directing the destinies or iiniisn
labor In conjunction with tho new
Kiinnrll nf nrtliin. Includes: S70.000
conl miners not counting helpers
u,wi ..iin.,- cnnl field workers): no
000 dock workers (tun loyaiim
eis COO.noo railway norkersr 20.
heliiers) piO.000 agricultural labor-
000 vebi. lo WKikn s. 25.000 Miemhors
of the S'ntioiihl Federal Ion of Gen
eral Workers. 300.000 textile work-
01 s- 100. 0i" sireel rail wav employes;
300.000 shop assistants and clerks,
200,000 building trades workers.
What Constitutes a
"Date" Is Defined
By the Fair Co-Eds
COLFMIUA. Mo.. Oct. 23.--If a
sill meets a oung nun and has a
soda nnd a chat, tt isn t a "date
hut if she spends more than half
an hour In his company nftor 7
p. in. that Is n 'date."
This Is tho edict la'd down by
ghl students of tho I'nlverslty of
Mlhvoutl, In muss meeting assem
bled, to establish rules for tho so
nlnl conduct during the present
your. I'nanimoufd.v aRrcodthut
"mere man" onildn't Interfere
with their search for knowledge,
the fair co-eds also resolved to
confine their "dates" to four a
week and to Insist on their ma'e
callers leaving In fore 10. In p in
cv opt or. F Hay and S.iturd i
exit lies r thi OM-i.ng p'eeed
m; a nc'i. h 'm i Th' s also
K I 'e iit'ird ilntnis onlj on
t'ndaj and Suturday evenings or
t holiday even.
Three Ibilloons Start.
I11HMINGHAM, Ala.. Oct. 23.
At 4:50 this afternoon thren bal
loons hnd taken the hir In the Inter
national Gordon llennott tropohy
At 5 o clock two moro had gone
un. They wero sailing northwest
ward. Tho first bag to tnko the air
wns tho Itlrm nchnm. pilot balloon
which hopped off an hour in ad
vance of tho official entrants m tne
Coroner's Jury Itctiirn Verdict ol
Accidental Death In Case of
Shooting nf landlord.
CHICAGO, Oct. 23". Frederick
Se.xtro. wealthy manager of a coal
compony, admitted todny, police
said, ho shot nnd killed the Hcv.
Fredorlck Huff, pnstor of tho Mem
orial Methodist church In tho c.x-,
cluslvo north shore district nnd
owner of BOVernl largo apartment
Sextro.whon tnkon to tho IlogorH
Park police station, neciarca no mis
took tho pnstor for a burgulnr when
he met mm in tno nnuwny.
A coroner's Jury returned a vor
.iir,i nr neeltlentnl denth and rec
iimmenrtpd that Soxtro bo rclenacd
by tho police.
Customs Mcp Give Up;
Diplomats Can linng
Linuors Into States
Ily The Amclt't! l're
. . ft . rp1,n
WASUl.Ntrnj.-s, uci. -o. y."
customi service today receded
from Its position with regard to
tho Importation of liquor hy tho
dlplomutlo representatives of for
Officials of tho service said
that not only could tho diplomats
thenuelves bring liquor Into tlvi
country, but that liquor con
signed to them on shipment
would havo to ho admitted.
Such consignments, howovor, can
bo removed from tho port only
by a dlplomnt or a member of
his household, It wnn held.
Conflict In the lawn rondor.i
tho customs service powerlesa to
carry out tho provisions of the
prohibition- enforcement iu:t so
far as foreign representatives aro
concerned, officials said, Tho
ni nmhlhlts tho lmporta
tlnu of linuors, it was Jointed out
but nnother law prohibits thn hold
ing of the person or belongings o
a foreign country. .
Greatest Ponies to Start
y In Latonia Races Saturday
The Lntonta cub, third In the or
der of running of the Kentucky
Jockey club's great autumn distance
races for thyeo-yoar-olds nnd over
tho Lexington cup. a race of one
mile and a half and the Twin ritv
handicap, n race of one mile nnd five
Ma longs were (Irst and second--will
bo renewed nt Ijitonia next fiuur
dny with a brilliant field competing.
George W. Loft's, accomplished Colin
colt fin Wotth. one of the stoutest
and ganiesl lln-ee year olds the cur
rent senenii of racing, elst nnd west,
has developed, for sonic reason, wn-i
not named for the Lntmla Autumn
cup. Rut his 1 ght faced stable
companion, I'onnaconna. son of
Prince Palatine and Kildortan, Is
eligible ml he will bo a Mnrtcr. And
with Donnaconna. a colt that was
bred In France ly John San ford, nf
Amstetdiim. New York, and sold t i
Mr. Ltif: at put lie auction at Ilel-
mnnt Park n vear ago list tall rnr
1 10, 000, mt.y race Willis Sharp" Kil
mer's Kxtermatnr. Fdwird It
ltrndlev's Ilesv Signal and Host Pal
It J. nraniviii's Drastlt , c. w.
Clark's S'wav, Patrick mine's T'n-
deflre, Ccmmneder J K. L. ttos- i
Sir Ilarton or Honlfice. M V. 1
Thnves' Mlntn "d nnd Hnrrv I'nvne 1
Whltnes Wtldnlr, John I'. Orler
Itesldes bliiElrig to Die post In a
gallop of two miles and a quarter for 1
'i 7 S00 puio a grnuti of the stout
est distance re'lnorH three, years oil
nd ovo that hive utimd the gruel
'Ing test of a senson's racing In the
t'nlted States and Canada the I
tenia A"tun n cop will divelop keen
onlt etlt on between the mo' repre-
. n'A'tie and conspli utJus of Amort
The seasoned distance ninnc-.i
niO'l in thelpubl'e rvo that mav
take pom In Vho IitonU cup renewal i
aro Exteijtnlaatiir, winner of tho
i.-....tnii., .lnri.v nnil the Latonia
cup of 191S; t'tulbrflre. winner of
tho Lexington cup on September !-;
Mlntn ''ml- winner nf tho Daniel
limine hnntllculi nt I.'ttonln in July
nnd Sir Itnrton. winner In August
,,e in.. Sui-ntoi-ii. Tiomlnlon and Mer-
..ln.niM ami r.tlzens hnndlcHPs and
the opponent at Konllworth park the
oilier itay or me nriiiiiiui emu
War In the J75.000 Kenilworth cup
Sir Itarton. never better than ho Is
richt now. is the greatest of Atnerl
ran four vear olds, lie enmo splcn
d'dlv out of his rnco at Windsor nnd
Is training soundly. Hut If nnythlng
should happen to prevent hln com
In,, west for the Ijitnnln cup for :
distance running test with his rival
of the Saratoga handicap, Extermi
nator. Commander Ross will havo a
formidable Fuhstltute in Honlfaee.
Th's stou' son of' Transvaal has been
a brilliant distance runner and a
ttrolevs traveller this summer. He
has won tho Plmllco Spring handl
enn at llaltlmore. tho C'-uk at Iiuls
vllle, the Ponnntight cup nt Toronto
nnd the Fxcelsi r linndirnp iu Ji
malcn. Lii o Sir Ilartou ho is train
TECH GRIDS 10-3
ITTSItlJItOH. Ovt 23
Tech went down to derm' bfforethi
Unlvcrftly of l'ittsburai r.ctn h
today 10 to 3. It wi i (,f
hardest fought games c p4y,j
hore, and tho contest wns - , g dr4T,
out, due to tho ta t tin' ' a-neron
players wero Injured, die s. 'ioutly.
Pitt used nlnn substitut- s dining thi
struggle, whllo Todi was f jrced to
replace six men.
Tho first period was , sa,
wns featured by th" drH.r a'taxi
of tho visitors and tlv ir at,lity (j
mako first downs,
In tho second pcrlci Te h
their shift play to al at'iKfe ua
finally ndvanced the b.ili 1 1 'he l.
yard line, Flowers drn.mg a dc
foct kick over tho posts f,.,r a flell
Hwltt, subsltute fu'ilack In tlf
third period for Andti-srn drniii
through tho visitors Un" f ,r man;
goou gains, ii'cn w.i.s penalld
several times for h" illrg in thn
period, which ended with 'he i!i ta
l'lli s possession on inr ie n seven-
ei,,n l.'ni,unn nanlfllli ntirl rlehtl yard line. On two line nlunwn it
tackle of the Sapulpn high school tho npiinlng on the last perlol.
football team, who yeetorday 10a imwin woin iicmw iur inr ranmeir
his men to a tie In its gnmo with "rst Bfor.e.' ....
Xulsa. I davis kickcu tne goal iioartcnel
. i by tho turn of tho tide tho Pitt
5 GAMES FOR SAND SPRINGS te
Jured enrly In the game, return'!
to tho lineup and when the rittl
backs had ndvanced the ball to th I
Teoh 30-yard line, ho kicked a f le II I
goal from placement
Flowers and Harron were the 1
Tech stars, while Davlcs, Stflp
Hewitt nnd McCracken playtd il
great gamo for tho rnnthers.
ArUaiwas Units Methodists.
DALLAS. Texas. Oct. 23. Tho
University of Arkansas defeated
Southern Methodist university 6 to 0
m a gamo played a ttho itato fair
grounds hero today. A chilling
breezo swept tho fiold, while rain
fell Intermittently during tho con
test, putting the Mustang's reputed
rest Da curie hi nt n disadvantage.
Robinson nnd J. L. Wlllinms stnrrud
for Arkansas In skirting tho ends
for consistent gains. Southern
Methodist university was outplayed
in every period.
Grand Circuit Season Closes.
ATLANTA. On.. Oct. 23. Tho
Grand Circuit season of 1920 camo
to a close hore today with tour regu
lar events and a mite trot against
as a neuson's record for two-year-tlmc
in which Hogalusa, driven by
Thomas, made what was announced
olds. Tho .colt turned In 2:00 1-4,
which 1 ono nnd three-quarters
lower than his own previous record.
Portrait Painter Makes
Headquarters in Tulsa
Widow Gels Judgment
Against Oil Company
for $2,917 Damage
Damages of J 2,9 1 7 wero award
ed In district court Saturday la
Allen Ilussell, (idnilnllrator it i
tho estate of G. H. Ohkr de
ceived, for the uso of Mrs. Ohlr,
aunlnst tho Glllllnnd Oil companr,
Ohler died of Injuries received
whllo in tho employ of the com
pany nnd tho administrator
brnucht suit for damages.
Tlv order of tho court the ad
ministrator In required to report!
to the county court ot ueasv
county, Which has Jurisdiction
nt- tho rnjin nnd deliver the
amount of tho Judgment for th
uso of the widow.
V.... -Vrlr WlllllM T7. S. Aid.
NKW YORK. Oct. 23. Samn'il
TTn,n..n..np nunnl fVir thn lo nt ft-
ecutive committee lnvestlsatlng thi
alleged "building trust." announcil
today ho had requested assistance ot
tho federal trade commission. TM
wns dono, he said, "bocauso somt
iii oombinntlons transcend U
W. I. Sllvcy, nn artist of national
reputation, who ban been making his
headquarters In Tulsa off nnd on for I
the past six years, haB returned here .
to remain for several months, nftor
making a tour of the principal cities i
ot the country. Ho spent tho past
summer In Colorado.
Sllvcy will bo remombered as tho
artist who painted tho portrait of t
w . c. Rogers, tne last chief or the i
Cheroken nation, which now hangs i
In the stato capltol building. His
specialty is portraits nnd historical
paintings. His paintings adorn many
of the most handsome residences In ,
this city. I
Trackage For Sale
Good Trackage property lo
cated on East Sixth St. Lot
200x198 feet. Iron-clad build
ing on proporty 40x80 fL
Trice und terms very reason
able. Southern MilJ & Lum
l'hbno Osage 1905
Hilluwe'rii masquerade given
Thursday. November 28, nt
l;lka' hull. Two orchestras.
Time You Blossomed Out!
. Our hat tree's in full bloom. Any Hort of head
wear you wish.
lints nnd caps thnt encourage economy be
cause "the best is cheapest in tho end. '
NO-NAME AND STETSONS
$7 and up $10 and up
121 SOUTH MAIN
"The llouso of Courtooun Scnirc"