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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1921
A PAGE OF UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SPORTING NEWS AND GOSSIP
TILLMAN WINS FROM
THORPE; HIS CLEAN
BOXING BIG FACTOR
St. Pnul Boy Scores Nonr Knyo in Second Round, Bui Bout
Continues; Thorpe's Rough Tnctics nnd Holding Mnrsj
Billy Morrisctto Scores Technical Knockout Over Dudleyj
Ted Brown Bents "Wildcat."
Jfihnny Tillman won derision
Vr Harvey Thorpe In 12 rounds
Hilly Morrlssi'tle won b tseh
nlcn knnokout over Alike Dudlev
In four rounds.
Toil llrown defeated "Wildcat"
Harris In MIX rOUMilK.
Aw Johnson won over Frank
Steele In four rounds.
lly U. A. DIUDOF.WATF.lt.
Johnny THIiumh nf Jit Paul won
Iho rcfem's decision over Harvey
Thorpe of Kansas City nfior n hut. I
It-round battle at Convention hull
In Hi night. Doing most of the load
ing caul boxing cleanly while hU
oiponent ndiipted roughing tactics,
Til I nmn clearly earned Itoforee Ued
Tillman hurled Ttiorin to tho
floor In thi second In breaking from
a rllneh and soured wlml n a mut
ter of fart was n teehiibnl knocit
out, rs Thorpo took the full count
of ton while on ono knee, but upon
tlm loud Inslstenee of tho rrowd
and Hi plea of Matchmaker 1iills
Nnwman. Oiihnn allowed thu buttle
Thorpe and Ills manager, I'ltlrk
Johnson claimed that Thorpe wan
on lioth feet its tho rofoo finished
(lOuritlnK. waiting for Tlttmaii to
oomn to lilm. It appeared to the
writer, however, that Thorpo was
it-ally dazt'il and didn't realize tho
count was being finished,
Tlllman'ii bent work wus In tho
Kirller rounds. Thorno siomliig un
able to bother him at the time, In l
the 'altr "KOlng, however, Thorpe
was much thu stronger and he
knocked Tillman through tho ropes
onco Jtim. the rook ended the
round, Tillman was not doled,
however, and could have continued
oven had tlu round not ended when
Thu bout was filled with action,
nnd pleased most spectators,
although It was marred by Thorpn's
roughness and questionable hitting.
More than onco tho Kansas Cityan
had to be cautioned against hitting
low, and his tnctics undoubtedly in
fluenced Hnforen (lahan in awarding
the decision to Tillman.
It was easy to see that the boys
wero now to each other. Whcri n
' pair of boxers havo met a few times
they Know each other'a style, and
one usually forces tho fighting while
tho other waits him out. Tillman
and Thorpo however would fly Into
each other and meet with a crash.
riKirp lights From Crouch.
Tho low blows struck by Thoipo
evidently were unintentional. Harvey
' continually charged at Tillman
from a ncoullar crouch, He would
leap at his opponent, striking out.
while In tho air and commit up,
Ills most uffoctlvo punch was a
vicious left hook to tho stomach,
which appeared to hurt Tillman
when it landed. Thorpo undoubted,
ly was nlmliiK at tho stomach, but
hitting from a crouch as ho did a
few of his blows lauded below the
It wi from tho fifth round on
thut Thorpo Knt In his best work.
Up to that tlino ho hadn't won a
round. Hut ho began getting tho
loft hook to working on Tillman's
stomach, and occasionally slipped
uvvr a right to tho head, llo turned
Tillman around onco with a right to
Tillman's footwork was very good.
Ho had Thorp completely booted so
fas us spued ond lone range boxliiK
wont, but suffered In tho Infighting.
It wan Tlllmnn's cleaner boxing
Ihroughoui am' his undoubtedly big
advantasc In '. " second round that
nave him tho ordlct Tho frltcr
Kavo Tillman three rounds by
clean margin, gave Thorpo the same
number, whllo the other halt doxen
were mum or Iran even.
Tho bout was Interesting for tho
spectators, beyond n doubt, ospe
clally as u result of the excitement
In tho second round. Doth boys
wiro striving the r best for a do
qIhIoii alt tho time, each seeking to
end it with a kavo.
Last night's ciowd was ono of tho
thinnest that has turned out for an
Oil City A. C show In some tlin
tirobablv because of Hilly Sunday''
conceded magnetism. Somebody
suggested that Hilly could have don
the boxing club a mighty good turn
If ho had sent his overflow in in
direction of Convention hall.
JlorrlMM'tto Bests Mike Dudley.
Dlllv Morrlssotto of Band Springs
for whom a good nicitnamo would
bo "Holy Poly" If a youngster b
tho nnmo of White hadn't copy
rlglltod It first, scored a torhtilon
knockout over Midi! Dudlev of Sa
Antonio In tho seml-wlndup. Mlk
failed to come up for tho fifth
round, saying his lips woro too bad
ly lacerated to continue. Miko was
bleeding freely from tho mouth at
the close of tho fourth round.
Tho Homl-wlndup was a fairly In
foresting bout, with the two ioj
mixing furiously ono minute an
taking thing easy the next. Mor
rlssotte floored Dudley in the flr
round, but Mike was up In an In
tnnt. nimarentlv not hurt. It wa
un ven scran from then until th
end of tho fourth, when Dudley de
elded to tin it.
Tlio l'lldllllllinrlcM Ktcltlnc.
Aloro exciting than either of th
two main events were the pair
preliminaries opening the evening'
entortalnmsnt. In the flrsi even
a four-rounder. Aco Johnson
Tulsn won Heferee Sacks' decision
over Frank Steele of KansiiH Clt
after four awful rounds -awful fi
both of lham. The youngsters a
ternatod In pounding each othe
ubout the ring, Btcclo floore
Johnson In the third, and then
the, fourth Johnson had Bteolo help
ICBs on me roues, ji mpre nan liee
no ropes atuetb certainly would
have gona down. '
Ted Drown of Hand Springs won
from "Wlldi at" Harris In Uho six
round preliminary, the Arkansas
i,., i tnklnir a fearful laclne tn miru
It out. Drown floored Harris In the
.,,.,.,! nna inun aiur no rm
uounded him w11! ln. n effort to
nit him out, Harris lean ng iisip
ilv on tho ropes, Harris wealh
Vrtil tlls Hi""" an "ela ,lU
OIL PRODUCER SAYS
WILLARD IS THROUGH
WITH HEMPED ARENA
Wlrlll l'V Knn Nov. H ilctw
Wlllanl, former lu'ivflglit
iKixliig cliiiinploii, lias given up
nil Intentions of ri'Ttilcrlni; the
ring, niiiirdliig tu (Xnrgn II,
KIillio-, oil iiiiilractor of this
Wlllanl, KloOlursd ilcclarnl,
liming m'iilly put nn oil ucll
down for tho count of HMI lmr.
n'li n clay mi his lenso clglrt
iiiIIck no rill of i:uivkii, lias ili'f
cldol that pile ill l( Inn oil mcIN
unit not pugilists, Mill Ih lilt
buslwss In fnliin".
The a.Ml.liarrcl ucll, tlir nil
iiiitriM'tor Mntcl, Has n 'llfi
Nivcr" for tho former cliumplim,
uho N salil to havo lot homily
In iiunicroiiM dry liolcs mid oilier
liiKT'tim'nli.l Wlllanl found
pay wind nt l,U"ll fct anil In
(nils to di'MHo all Ids tlnut to
tho ilovclopmciil of his III'IV
IcnM', ax-onllng to rrports.
fairly well until the sixth round,
when Drown again had him In n
bad way, only thn timely sounding
t tho song saving tlio Arkansas I ml
from a knockout.
Khl Dntmer. Tulsa. Curly Smith.
Ilnrtlesvlllp, mlddlewelghts, who are
scheduled to meet In a 13-round
bout at Convention hall In tho next
C A. C. show wero Introduced
the ringside. They were given a
good hand, l'rankle Tucker, Tulsn
lightweight, who boxes Arlos run
ning at Dartlesvllla Thursday night,
Iso was introduce-!!.
BIG TEN' RACE
ALL TANGLED UP
At Least Two Teams and
Possibly Three May
lly IiDTHKIl A. lll'KTON.
CHICAOO, Nov, 8. Tho "big
en" conference football chumplon-
hln raco thli year may finish nil
tangled up like a fork full of tia-
As tho dopo runs now two learns
least and possibly throe, seoin
likely to go through tho season un
created, giving cacn oi mo wiroo
claim on the crown.
Ohio State, which held tho ehnm-
lonshlp last year, has two games
riiiniiliilnir ono with Purduo next
rtnturdny and Illinois on November
B. Thu HUCKeyes snuuin win ihwi
f theso games unless Illinois inges
decidedly unexpected nrnco in tn
oslng two weeks of tho season.!
Iowa meets Indiana next Satur
day nnd should win. The Hawk-
eyes play jsorinwesiern in iiiu tinn
ing gamo pf tho season and should
nave u pun,
Wisconsin also Is to be rocKoneu
with as a posslblo member ot a
triumvirate of undefeated elevens.
WlM-onsIn However, races muie
formidable opponents. The Hang
ers play Michigan next Saturday and
Mo.,, the season ngnlnst the power
ful Chicago outfit. Wisconsin ownu
ono nt tho best teams In the coun
trv but It will hnvo no snap with
cither Michigan or l ou-aso.
Neither Iowa. Ohio or Wisconsin
meets naeh other, so there Is no way
for them to settln the argument ux
rept by comparative scores nnd rec
ords n most unsatisfactory meth
od of adjusting a dispute unioe
claim will bo strengthened by tho
fuct that It held tho title lust year
and was not defeated this year.
It Is too bad the III"' is not iwiun
or triplets, lor u iouku ut
great teams and perhaps three win
have a claim for It. ...
"Dill ten teams are nireauy tun
ing up for tho ronicst next nmur-dny-
. ... ,..i...
will furnish the feature game of the
schedule lowa ami minima ui,
at Iowa City, Wisconsin and Michi
gan at Madison nnd Ohio State and
l'urduo at Columbus.
BOWLERS ROLL A TIE
Trnnviitlnontnl and .Mid. Co Dattlo
In ChiM'st Maliii ot Scawm
on V AHcjs.
ei... n.K,.,u-.,.ttl,,n,iliLl and Mld.tO
teams ot the Oil leugue ungnged In
te closest aid most exciting match or
tho bowling season on tho Y. M. C.
A. alleys last night. The first game,
close, throughout, finally ended In
a tie each team having 76 at tho
flnlsli. On the one-fnimo bowl-off
Tranwoontlnentul won. Transconti
nental then won tho next two gam,
each by a elos score, the mnrgln
being 771 to 763 In tho seeond and
776 to 775 In the third. Probably
never before In a bowling match In
Tulsa did a team make a clean
sweep of thrco games with a total
..,,., .in ,,i nnlv 13 nlns, Scores.
w IHl dill AUtai
Algiers IB J
Whltnol .. . 143
M imer 14 11
Haley . ,
iuo.y . .
756 774 776 2.306
1st 2nd 3rd Total
... 132 161 187 470
161 141 113 415
.. . 168 167 155 470
,. . 136 167 158 lot
liQ 166 162 478
Totals 766 762 775 2203
AT FIELD TRIALS
Getting Puppies Ready
for Classic Is Hard
Job of Two Years i
VINITA, Nov. 8. The oponlng of
tho 11121 trials of the Kouthwest
enr Kleld trials nssoi latlnn here
Thursday finds Vlnltn already fil
ling with dog men and enthusiasts
Tim first event of th program, the
American I'lold Kuturlty, Is a con
test In which thiTH will bs wlila
After almost two yenrs ths efforto
of polntor and setter brtedsrs to
raise high-class puppies cupable of
compel Ing In the Hervnteenth Atnsr
Ican Kleld Kutrrlty suecwwfully
ar aiiproai hlng fruition The vir
tual start of this stake was on (l
obcr 30, 1P19, when thn first bitches
were bred with the main purpose
nf nominating them In the Si'ven
leonth revival of the American
I'i'dd Futurity. The next link In
the chain crime with the first welp
Ing nf wild puppies that on iired at
tho beginning of the year 1920. Then
atne th'- arduous and haisardous
task of rearing the puppies
In lime the training and pdunatlon
of tin- poppy followed, and on Aug
ust I another Impnrtnat step was
reached with the payment nf the
forfeit on thn entries of such nil mile
as their owners and handlers deemed
worthy, with thn resliltnnt effixjt
of fifty-two entries, of which twenty
feven am pointers, twenty-four
I'lngllsh suttfrn nnd one an Irish
Many Interesting Statistics,
In a brpeders' stako of tho grent
Importance of the American Field
Futiiilly many Interesting stntlstU
eivl (arts may be Involved. Taking
first the pointer entrlos, or the1 many
hlgh-clnss dams that woro originally
nominated, but , nnventeon arc re
presented tn th" twenty-seven that
have been mndo. Of these lliga's
Itap's Fan leads the van with flvo
representatives, slied by ltoyal Flush
and when It Is futher noted that this
great dog has four other representa
tives In the list, It is inuee.i untor
tunute for the polntor Internals that
hln demise should havo eomo nv
rueh nn early age and when bis
career as a slro had but Just com
menced. Plnerroft Joanna Is ro
nrepenlnl bv four entries, nlso by
ltoyal Flush; 'udora M. by three,
nil by Wis; Miss Frank and l.nly
l.oliHo proctor by two, slroii ny
Manitoba Hard Cash. The dnms
with one entry nr.. UusscII'm Peggy,
Myers' Dixie Flyer, Knttl" Dell Whit
Dot Flrhel, King's Cnmmnneho
Queen, T.ndy Nolllo nsrrucott, Prcc
tor's Ferris Olrl. llolman's Pearl
Mitchell, I.adv Hopewell, Winches
ter Queen, Mary Towns. Stylish Ut
tlo Wonder nnd Dan's Pct,ty.
A.Mn from Ilovnl Flush, with nine
ropresentntlvi-H, and Wls-Mlss Frank,
with three, us already stated, thoso
with two Include Champion Ferris
Jake, Mnnltoba Hard Cash, Carolina
Frank and Oray'a Flush Light.
Singly represented nro Concho Dlcli.
Knnnwha (lilt Kdge. Droom Hill
Dan, Ferris' Manitoba i Dap, Jack
Fan Tnn W. Ottley's Top and
To Do7'ii Setter Puppies.
Thn 91 Pttnr nunnles entered In
the stako owo their birth to 18 dif
ferent dams and MR slrea in wm
dams, Fly II has three puppies by
Champion Phil's, Spood nnd vltac
has tho same number by Joyeuses
Pallncho but the Intter dog la also
tho slro of th two hlgh-clasa pup
pies out of FtshliacR'K not ami unm
Is tho lending setter sire In number
of sons and daughters entered In tho
Mtnfce. Princess I.ou lloduey Is the
only other dam with tnoro than a
single represrntitlve. she having
two by Mnmonci. The other dams
nre Arney's l.ndy 11 Net' Lucifer.
Hello McPheison. Forester's Tony
Marie. Damonn Whltestuno. Lady
Dudley, Fancy Ladv llodfleld. Dess
Penrose, Count's Mohawk Nellie.
Dugene's Liberty Lady, Fnospeck.
Miss Mohawk Dollc, Hetty l ree
Uinco nnd Hon Darkle. The siren
nsldn from thoso already mentioned
ar Candy Kid and Montrose w th
each, and the following with
ne each: Klfleman, Jersey I'rlnce.
Tonnlo Hoy, Olnd linwu.
Ituhy'x Sport, Donsiono
t.lewellvo Falrv I'rlrice.
Frank, wninwinn nnu jami.
The single representative oi mo
Irish setters Is Donegal's Uiurn, she
by Donegal's Mnity Ogo. out ot
Donegal a Ainton
SAPULPANS AflE CONFIDENT
Jones1 ltus Practh-o llrcnlilng XJp
SAPITLPA, NOV. St. Wipulpa high
school grldsters devoted fully half
of their practice today to breaking
up forward passes. Coach Vlrg
Jones believes Oklahoma City wlB
rely principally pn the nerlnt gamb
In an effort to uuelt tho Invasion of
his Invaders next Friday, and from
now until the dny of eonfllct tho
Sapulpans will bo drtlb'd painstak
ingly In the art of spiking aerial
Tho dlmlnultlve but ferocious
"Hippo" Morris whs still out of
scrlmmagu today, but Coauh Joneii
reiterated that ho will be In the
I'nmuin Hex Thomas went
through the iwrubs almost nt will in
scrimmage. Ills furious charges
seemed lireststablo. Henry D
Loler, a member ot tho sprub
stiuad, received a broken collar bone
during scrlmmago. i
llnu Dase. exnter. who lm l-en
kpnt out of tho game the greater !
pint of the year by Injuries, had
sufficiently Improxed today to tnko
part In scrimmage, and will be In
ahape to tuke his place tu the regu
At Now York Notro Damo 48,
At New York Trinity o. New
York university !S.
To aid children to learn the al
phabet a inmiilno has been invented
whk h, as lettered keys ore pressed,
raised cards bearing the letters nnd
pictures or objects the names of
whleji bes'ii with thu letters.
Only Three Weeks Left of
Greatest Football Season
iiv .ta:ic vr.ioc-K. ,
NKW YOHK. Nov. S-Tliroo
weeks anil tho 1921 football sea
son will be u thing of history.
Hut what a season It has been.
Fraught with upsets all alontf the
11ns. Filled with thrilling feats
by individual stars and productive
of soms of the greatest struggles
seen on tho lines tor many a
year, this season heirs the stamp
Monster crowds bigger by
thousand than thn iirowds of
former yours In most Instances
have turned out to witness tho
real classics. Yet there are games
still to bo played that will luro
still greater crowds to tho sldo
Championships In ths east,
west and south still remain unde
rlded. There have been so many
good elevens making sturdy olds
for the honors that sectional titles
cannot be sltled for two weeks
The schedule this week will
hnve un important bearing in this
rospei t. especially In the east.
Fresh from Its vlrtnry over
RUTGERS TO 0
Notre Dame Plays Rings
Around Easterners at
NEW YOHK, Nov , 8. Notro
Damn today- converted Its footU.ll
gamo with Dingers Into a trnuk
meet and, running circles around
the eastern team, claimed a 48 to 0
Tho Indiana eleven, which last
Saturday trounced the Army, plnycd
an oven faster gamo on Its second
eastern nnnenranco this season.
When Foster Sanford's pupils tried
m maicn ineir lorwnru paw.-i
against Knutn Dockney's tribe, they
looked like a primer clnss In arlth
metln matching wits against a col
lege class In mnthematlcs,
Ilutgers had onl one liiancn to
score and muffed that. It was In
the second period. A long forward
pass had brought the ban to ivoiro
Damn's 25-yard-llne when another
pass was batted Into tho nrms t n
Hutgers player on the 2-ynrd line
Then tho Scarlet's quarter elected
to essay another forward pass, with
tho result that Notre Damn soon
took up tho offensive ngaln. Tho
gamo wna marked by frequent fum
bles nnd penalties nnd a display of
halo and hearty tackling that sen a
number of players to tho sidelines.
A crowd of morn than fifty thou
Scon by periods:
Notre Dome 17 10 7 1418
Itutgera 0 0 0 00
Starting In tho first mlnuto of
play, Notro Damo began piling tip
points nnd nt the end of the first
period the tally stood 17 to 0, Kast
ncr and Wynne made touchdowns
after 60-yard runs and Shaw kicked
the two goals, Then Wynne kicked
a field goal. Doth teams used the
forward nass frenuently.
Aorlal football prevailed In the
second period. Knatncr kicked a
field goal fro mmldtlcld, making It
2 Oto 0 Tor tho westerners, a iow
minutes later. Mohardt got off one
of his fnmotiB passes to Kllcy, who
scored another touchdown for Notre
Damo. Shaw kicked goal. Sensa
tional forward pnsses by Ilutgers,
which, however, failed to score,
pmlptl thn nerlod.
The third period started with
irnod llnu nlunclnc by Mohardt
and Wynne, followed by a series of
forward imsxes. ono ot which, from
MohurtU to Captain Anderson
broimht another touchdown for
Notro Dame. Shaw kicked goal. A
series of long runs put the ball on
Dinger's fi.yard lino when mo pe
i rlod ended.
Notro Duinn started tho fourth
period by scoring another touch
down by Kastner from the B-yard
lino. Shaw Kicked goal. A spec
tamilnr 40-va'rd run by Desch, sub
stunting at rlghthalt, paved tho way
u few minutes later for n touchdown
by the same player. Shaw kicked
TUCKER TO BARTLESVILLE
Tulsa Lightweight to Mm Arlos
rmiMlns Thin-day nlirht.
Frank le Tucker, Tulsa lightweight,
loft yesterday for Dartlesvllle, when
ho la to meet Arlos Fanning Thurs
dav nlBht In a boxing show before
tho American Legion. Tucker ln hs
first offort ln a Tulsa ring In sev
eral years decisively outpointed
Jack Hurley of this city before the
T. A C. last night.
Zybxiko Uccps His Title.
DBS MOl.NliS, lowa. Nov.
Stanislaus Zyhiko. retains his
of heavyweight wrestling champion
of the world He defeated ISurl
Caddoi'k of Iowa, tho challenger, In
straight fails last night.
EVERY TICKET SOLD
GAME' ON SATURDAY
NKW HAVKN, Vov.8. lUcry
ticket for IIhi Ynlo-Prlncctoii
gamo lias Imh-ii Mild, II. l VxmI.
cock, general malinger of Yale's
ticket ilt'Mirt mem, iiunoiiiKvd to
day, llo I'tpivtcd 7H.O0O to wit
ncs the RIIJIIC.
Yule's first string players arc In
flno (SiiiiIIIIoii nnd were nwly to
Mart working tislny Tor the com.
Ing bnttlo vtlth tho TUcr .Conch
Joiicm did not order hLs men to
llo mi) heavy work tislny, Jiow
or. Sown mcnilK-rs of the Ynlo
Miilly were nt Princeton Satur
day Noodles tu say they initio
IvieU with plenty of pointers for
Harvard, tho Drlnceton Tiger
wilt swoop down on Yale next
Saturday at New Haven, bent on
cleaning up tho championship ot
the "big three."
Navy has a tough assignment
this week. Tho middles nro
scheduled to take on l'enn State
at Franklin field, l'a., whllo l'enn
Is battling Dartmouth at the I'olo
Navy and I'onn Htato havo not
bsen beaten, Thoy enjoy this
distinction along with Yale, Cor
noil and I.ifayctte In tho east.
Dut one of them, very likely will
go down to dofoat this week, and
tho victor will havo something to
crow about. Few teams of tho
year outrank the middles nnd
Whllo I'rlnoeton and Ynlo are
having It out. Harvard will take
on Drown at Cambridge ami'
Syracuse and Colgate will fight It
nut at Syracuse Cornell will
meet Springfield nt Ithaca; Co
lumbia and Ohio University will
clash hero and I'lttsburgh will
tacklo Washington and Jefferson
at Forbes field.
WIZARDS OF CUE
AGAIN TO CLASH
Two Europeans and Three
Americans to Try lor
CHICAOO, Nov. ,. Six of the
world's lending 18.2 balktlne billiard
players, representing thrco nations,
will conipU) In tho first Interna
tlonal championship tournament
staged In 16 years a week from
today when Willie Hoppc, tho
present title holder, will defend his
title hero In it tournament continu
ing for eight days.
Tho contestants will lis Hnnnp
tho champion; Kdouard Horomans,
no jieieinn: itocer com . the
French champion; Wclkcr Cochran;
loiing Juke Schnefer. son of the
famous wizard; Ora Mornlngstar
;inu (ieorgo Button.
Total nurses aggregating i6.7f,0
hnve been orrorod as prizes. Of this
amount 33,000 will b awarded the
winner. To tho runner-uo. tl.500
will be given, and prlies of 11,000,
J760 and 1250 will be awarded thoso
finishing third, fourth and fifth.
Onmca In tne tournament will
consist of 400 points each unless
n mo nvem of a tlo for first place
n which case 600 points will be
Played to determine the winner.
Thrco matches a day will bo the
irogram until n round robin In
which each of tho players meets
every other player Is finished.
The six who will play for Willi
Ioppc's crown havo been selected
by a tournament onmmlttco utter
thorough study of tho record of the
many entrants 'n tournament and
exhibition plav over a long period
of years, Four of tho players nro
Amerlcnns who havo hold tneir
places In tho cue hall of fame since
hey wero ln their teens.
Ddournd Horomans. the Dclglan
contender. Is well known to tho
American public slnco his exhibition
tour of tho states last year He vu
Joys tho faculty of occasionally
turning a 400 point game in ono
liming nnd has a scries of high runs
which compare favorably with the
best over made ln tho 13.Z game,
lloger Contl la tho dark horse of
the tournnment. He Is making h'a
first ijtrlp to America and has been
until recently practicing entirely In
private. He has a record for nlay
ng which In France attracted suon
attention that finally his fame
ranched this country and won him
placo hi this tourney.
Llko Horcmans, Contl played on
higher tables than nro used ln
merlca whllo tho bolls used in
Franco are ono-slxteonth of an Inch
greater In diameter than those em
ployed In official tournamonts hero
His marks, playing under French
eondltlons, nro comparable to those
made by tho famous .Maurice vig
naux, tho Parisian from whom
Wllllo Hoppe wrested the title
On thrco occasions Cochrane has
come within an ace of capturing
honors from Hoppe. During tho last
year no has shown so much im
provment that he Is lonkeii unci
as ono of lending contenders
Cochrane has virtortes over Hare
mans, Schnefer nna Mornlngstur to
nis credit, in Detroit no in ok
3,600 point match from Horomnn
by a lend of 06 in.Us. lloremam
took the second game nf 4,800
points by a 184 point lend, Coch
rano took a 3,600 point match from
ssrhaefer by morn than 500 points.
Jn New York he led 350 points ou
of 2.100 and ln Urooklyn ho won
1.200 point gamo by 100 markers
The only match ho lost to Schacfer
was In Chicago where tho latter lo
150 points In nn 1,800 point match
Ills records ln a lour with Morning-
star show oven greater possibilities,
Donne is a favorite with many o
tho fans, probably becuuso they are
ramiunr with nis pinying inroug
sixteen years of oxhlbltlon tours 1
whli-h Ho has made nearly ovory
town In the country.
Cracked Ribs No Bar
for U. of P. Captain
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 8. He
Wrny, captain nf tho University of
Pennsylvania football team, ha
been playing tor three weeks with
two broken ribs, which heliuffered
in tho game with Swarthmore on
October 15. Slnco then he had
played hard games against Vlrglnl
Military Institute, Pittsburgh and
LTfayotte. Ills Injury did not be
come known until yesterday when
conches noted him walking around
the dressing room apparently I
irst Football Weather of
Year Welcomed by T.
U. Pigskin Chasers
Ilraclng footliall weather was wel
comed at Tulsa V. field yesterday.
It was tho first real football day
f the year hore, and coach Schmidt
and his Orange and Hlack crew
greeted tho change gladly. Tho
snuad went through snappy scrim
With only two 'days loft for prnc-
tico before tho Central Normal
toscherw of Kdmond' arrlvo to c.en
tost the state championship with
the Tigers, Schmidt drovo his men
tirelessly nnd they bucklod into tno
Coach Schmidt says he will show
much Improved line up Friday
to what ho has had In tho field
so far this year on the local grounds.
For tho Inst three weenn tne learn
h'as bee-n away from . home for
games, nlavlng at Fort Worth. Kan.
sas City nnd Shawnee, and the coach
says his squad nan rounuod to in
There's no hospital list at T. v.
now. that Is 'none of any serious
proportions. Jim Herndon, guard,
was out ot scrimmage yesterday
as a result of an Injury to his unklo
sustained at Shawnee, but tno nun
Is not serious and ho will bo ln
Friday. Tho others are all ready
for the frav.
feature of Friday's game that
ohould Drove Interesting will be the
work ot Cantnln Charles KecK ot
Tulsa IT. and Johnny Wllllnmson of
Central, left halfbacks, aa one of
them probably will land on the all
Tho work of preparing -MCNUity
park for tho cranio will start today.
There Is considerable to do after
tho horse sh'ow before the field
will bo ready for football.
TmCHKItS TO r..TKK FHAY
coxrinnvr or yictoiiy.
KDMOND. Nov.. 8 Central
Teachers College Is throwing Us all
thlH wcok Into preparation ror its
most Important game ot tho season,
that with Tulsa University nt Tulsa
On this game It Is realized, hinges
championship of tho Oklahoma
Intorcolleglato Conference, and for
tho flrBt time In years Central Is
going Into the gamo nbsolutelycn-
Ildent of victory. It la believed
thYit the Central team this year
s much more effective thnn that
of last year, whllo those who havo
walcnca the Tutsans in operation
this year do not believe they are
as powerful as In 1920. It is re
membered heref that central held
Tulsa to a 3 to 0 victory.
Whllo many were hrmwe-d and
sore, tho Central athletes came out
of ' Friday's frolic with' Pllllr Uni
versity without serious injury. All
ot tho regulars nro expected to be
In top form for Friday. Mlllel who
was more or loss handicapped by
Injuries In last Friday's game. I
anuch Improved and unless he gets
hurt aguln In scrimmage this wk
will be hard to stop.
There will bo stiff scrlmmago again
Wednesday, but Thursday will wo
anly light practice.
Dog Race Results
tpclal to Tin World,
EAST ST. LOUIS. 111,. Nov. 8.
ller.ultn ofs today's greyhound rncea:
First race, ouarter-mlle Peerless
Prince, first; Dutch Bergman, sec
ond; Neva Wllil Dill, third. Time,
7, Handsome Buck, Juno llaro
and Speedy Olft nlso ran.
Second race, throc-lxtocnths mllo
Blue Mose, first; Baby Buck, sec
ond; Lord Helpum, third. Time,
20. Whlto llnwk, Babe Ruth and
Prince Lively also ran.
Third race, nunrtor-mllo Miss
O'l-iiry, first J.udd.i, eecond; Alllo
Alert .third. Time, 26 3-5. Sport
ing Buck. Wild Knstcr and Preddlo
Parton also ran.
Fourth race, flve-slxteonths mile
Handsome Ray, first Furnessa, sec
ond; Joncta, third. Time, 33 3-5,
Oakland Helen. Vales Fortune' and
Miss vindicator also ran.
Fifth race, threo-slxteentha mile
Dillon Wild Bill, tlrst; Lillian
Parton, second; Fifty Fifty, third.
Time 19 3-6. Flirty Boy, Rosy Star
and Some Fortune also ran.
Sixth race, nuarter-mlle So Long
Dick, first Rachel Wild BUI, second;
Albert Spurt, third. Time. 26 3-5.
Highball, Honeysuckle and Sulsun
Dog Race Entries
RprcUf tn The World.
KAHT ST. LOUIS, 111., Nov. 8.
First raco, quartcr-mlle Oakland
Hannah, Magplo, Oakland Smoke,
Theija Darra, Sunklst. Old Rosebud,
Second race, three-sixteenths mllo
Flirting Boy, Bay Up, Playfellow,
Marblohcad, Cheerful Moments,
Third race, one-quarter mile Kll
larney Lad, Oakland Charter, Blue
Jay, The Tlgor. Jesierue. Snookum,
Fourth raco, threo-elghths mile
Wildest Dillon. Diablo, King Patton,
Leopold, Rush Rouben, Smokoy
Fifth raco. three-sixteenths mile
Tho Only One, Quaker Boy, King
Autumn, Neva 'Parton, Madame X,
Blxth race, quarter-mile (hurdles)
Security, Drnest Wild,. Hill, Shoo
string, Step Ahead, Jole Ray, Babo
Tor Infant, Invalid! and Qrawlnt Children
Tlx Original Food . DrlaX For All Ac
Three W. L. Clubs
TULSA IB not tho only Western lenguo city beset with worrle ,, ,ut
a manager for 1922. There uro three, all In the samo br,at .,ki.
hnmn Cltv Is without a skipper, as Dick Drocn was glvon h s wnlir.
Ing" papers by Owner Jack Holland a few weeks ago, and Des M t , In
looking for someone to fill the shoes of genial Jack Coffey, who h.is re
tired 'after guiding tho Doostors successfully for the last five years
The Ttilsa managerial situation is sun entirely up in tno air. WhIU
It ntmenrs thnt tho choice rests between "Smiling Jack" Icllvelt of itn.
lioma City and Foxy Joe Derger ot Wichita. It Is still by no means c- itiln
. , - . . . . V. . ... .. ...Hi t.n tV.. 1 II r, .. tin.., .. 1 1 M t Tll.. I- . . ...
ICl.tl eilllvr ui mere IHII Will uw Hu v.,,v. o ..wo j, ..v.. - " V u ib ll B9
blllty even that It will b a bench manager again, though this Is not
considered very probable.
Whllo Jack Holland, president of tho Oklahoma City club, pr. niotb;
denied tho report that Day Caldwell, 'Cleveland, would manage the Indians,
thero are some who believe this a possibility. Whether It Is to be.
Caldwell or not remains to bo seen, but It Is reported reliably tint a
former big leaguer would bo tho man
Thero has been no Intimation as
sklppor. or whether Jack Coffey would take over some other , lub or
quit active service ln baseball. Fans All over tho circuit view the paw
ing of Coffey with much regret, for thero never was a more popular
man ln the league than the prematurely-gray boss of tho Des Moines ut.
fit. Jbck monnged Des Jloinos tor live years anu uiu a jnigniy creui'abl
Job with tho material and money on hand.
While no definite step has been taken toward filling the TilU-i
managerial ls'rtli as yet, lluslness Manager Dill IVIcI Iincl unite a
laugh liter one of tlii'sr. It wan from u mun l'rlcl has recclnil
scores of letters from uoiild.bu sklpis-rs iippl)lnc for tho IktiIi.
Flic! Imil ciultc a laugh oicr one of these. It was from n man lYlcl
ilocrlleil us the greatest letter-writing malinger In biiM.imll, Thu
mini, who was plnylug ball In 10(12 anil nn oungster eve n then, pro.
hUo1 to miuingc Tulm nnd play first base. He didn't know Fricl
vtn here, else lie surely Wouldn't linvo had the temerity to make such
n pniH):il. 1'rlel mijs this blnl lias landed ninny good managerial
JoIm simply through Ills ability ns a letter writer but lie doesn't Uild
Why Not a Public Golf Course ?
TUB growing popularity of golf was well emphasized by the galltrj
that followed "Chick" Dvans, Dob McDonald, Jim Kennedy and Jock
Collins around the Tulsa Country club course ln their exhibition game
Monday. Many In the crowd were not members of the country club,
l.ll.l'f avon ,,lv thn o-nmn
"".' . ' "
didn't even play tho game wero just tirawn to tne course ny mo lact
Hint two leading luminaries of golf were to bo seen In action.
. , Whllo lots ot those people didn't play mo.it nil of them would l!l
to, and thero Is Just ono way to put golf within the reach of tho "com
mon people" tho public or municipal course that Is frro and open to
all and ' so located as to bo within easy access ot everybody As eolt
rapidly gains In public favor, municipal links aro being eatabllshnd In
many cities, and there seems to bo no good reason why Tulsa shouldn't
havo such a course. Tho larger cities aro taking the lead ln this, natur
nlly, as tho demand thero Is greater, but the time is not far distant when
progressive cities tne sizo or Tiusa win ran in line, unicago nas a num
ber ot public golf courses, an also has St. Louis. It you want to know
how well-llked the game Is getting to be Just go to ono of tho public
courses In a city any morning or afternoon and soo tho number playing
or awaiting turn to play.
The Tulsa Country club course Is Beautiful and very picturesque,
but It's not tho kind of a course that should bo built for tho public. The
water hazards claim too many balls, making tho gamo too expensive for
tho man whoso pockctbook Is thin.
Colleges over tho country havo begun to recognize golf as a mijor
sport. A number ot schools have taken this Btop recently. Letters are
awarded tho golf champina at these schools, tho samo aa to mombera
of tho football, baseball, track and other teams.
A golf emekeil on the mwi by Hob McDonald must foci wmo
thlug like a btiM.'lull Ilabo Ilutli lias jitst walloped tor four bases.
Kddle Long and Eddlo Kane, long rival Chicago fight managers, hive
cast their lots together nnd now boast of n "stable" of boxers second
to none. Two of their wards are Tommy Gibbons, tho knock 'cm dosd as
pirant to the heavyweight championship, and Captain Bob Roper, light
heavyweight. Among others on their string are Bud Taylor, who, they
say, has never been beaten; Sammy Mandcll, advertised as "Chicago's
most popular youngster slnco Packoy McFarland," and Tommy Comlskey,
Whllo Hilly .Sunday Is our distinguished gnet-t which will bo for
nlxittt the next six necks, it looks llko It would 1m u mighty good Idea
for the Oil City A. C. to stage Its louts on Monday nights Instead of
Tuesdays nnd Fridays us usual. Monday in Hllly'H "day off" and this
means that It nlso will le tlio day oft for Mimn thousands of others.
Hilly could lie the boilng club's guest on Monday nights, anil our Ira
presslon U lluit there's nolldng Hilly liken better than a good, two
Babe Ruth Is due to pull down
through various vaudevlllo and motion picture contracts. Looks like
banging out homeruns Is rather a sldo Issue with King ot Klout. It's not,
however, und If tho Bambino ever gets such nn idea ln his head hit
downfall is nt hand. Just ns soon as he quits poling homeruns In the
big league his pulling power at the
In Grid Camps
Yulo Bulldogs Sexlmmnglnk.
NEW HAVEN, Nov, S. Scrlnv
mage for the regulars today and to
morrow was the program mapped
out by Coach Jones for tho Yale
Bulldogs. Thursdny and Friday will
bo spent In dummy scrimmages nnd
signal drills. Al Into, thu big tackle
who was slightly Injured lost Sat
urday, wna out In uniform Monday
and will lw ready for the Prince
ton game. Tho regular varsity
backflcld got Its first workout of
the week today.
Tigers Through Scrimmngc.
PRINCETON, N. J Nov. 8. Tho
Tlgor varsity after a layoff Monday
was put through n long dummy
scrlmmago by Coach Bill Roper to
day. Wednesday and Thursday
Roper announced would be devoted
to scrlmmago and the week of prac
tice will bo wound up with a light
drill at Now Haven, Friday. All
of the regular players are reported
ln good shape.
Fun J in t4 Smol
Amok one no J you'll
tStnU they ar ths
infants and InVALlUd
I Rich mint, milted train extract In Powder
I No Cooldnc NotuUhlnr Olfxtllila
tor UKianoma city.
to who would bo the Des M .Ines
something llko 160.000 this wintel
boxofflce will be null nnd void.
At New York Leach Cross the
veteran lightweight, won a Judge''
decision ovee Frankie Maxwell in
At Philadelphia Oeorge fK. 0.)
Chaney of Baltimore knocked out
Phil Salvndore, California ll?ht
weight, In tho third round of
scheduled 8-round bout. .
Bcplalninjj at this
They c we here
always on rime,
M. C. Hale
107 South Main
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