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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1921
Praying Colonels Overwhelm Arizona Wildcats in Own Chapparal, 38 to 0
Kentuckiahs Outclass the
Westerners in Every Way
In Heavy Downpour Centre Scores Almost at Will; "Bo"
McMillan Again Stars, Making a 35-Yard Spectacular Run
in Third Period: Arizona Squad Becomes Menacing in Last
Half When Forward Pass Over Centre Lino Is Intercepted-'
-AN DIBOO, Col., U.c. SO
C- tie college crowned tm roottinil , non ilefcriu "llffcneit and on the1
I, .n .ion of tho west with nuecewi by j fourth down with 10 nrds to bo
miii-hlnu a 3S to 0 victory over the Armstrons threw a 40-ynnl paHH to
luhMslty of Arizona. Jtaln fi;ll , Knoddy on Arizona's ZO-ynnl imci
HiM.uuhout thp Kamo and tho field Murphy ihnlacod Hnoddy nnd mm
,m,h .1 churned iiiiihh of mini. Hov- . bled off the next play and Arlzonal
ci ii! thousand people, rnlnco.tted and kicked to xafety,
IwM.llfd under umbrella", mood Third period: Arizona matted a
thr.MiKhout the contest. dlvo toward the Centre Roal after
i. .niro ouniiiii-Mi iriimui om-
,,, i lv In the flrnt halt the Wild
iuik did not make a first down and
thtuwsliout tho (tamo they rarely
bail powceslon or tho ball In tho I
ihii.l and fourth period they made
a t a good Kulno, but wvro unablo to
nt ntnln a continued ilrlvr.
ItiibrriH and "Hi" StarH.
Ki-d JlobcrtH, noted end of the
C 1 1 (re team, and hla eually noted
t, animate, Alvln "Ilo" McMlllIn,
were the Centre Mars althoUKh tho
uotk of the other Kuntuckkunn
all iwed that tho team Is not a one
ii an machine' Tho work of ltob
titu uia particularly notlceablo, liW
Hctiiallonal catches of forwnrd
passes, his lino buukltiK and his work
In interference being cheered by tho
HAN IMKdO, Cal.. Dec. i!6.
t'utitro college, conqueror of Harvard
overwhelmed tho University of Ari
zona 33 to 0 In a football Kamo
played In tho rain hero today. Tho
Kcntucklans outcluxtfvd tho xyestcrn
era In ovcry department of the ganio
and rcorcd almost tit will.
First period: Arizona's defense
was unablo to check the charging
Kentuckl.ins who toro through for
two touchdowns In the first period.
rVnl rn f,,11nf t,i III! i.nnl Hnlli tltttAM
Unc plunges and end ' runs, with)
Snoddy, McMlllIn, Tanner and Itob
erls carrying tho ball, gavo tho
southerners their first score, Hub
erts carrying tho ball across. Bucks
tlirnneh tnrkln nnil n tnrwnrA nni4
sfnt McMlllIn over for the itcond. '
Score end first period: Centre 12, 1
Keeond period: Centre continued
to hummer Arizona's lino nnd four
mlnutea after the second period
oncned. Tanner went across for the
Kentucklnn's third touchdown. Me-1
Mlllln missed another goaK After
GOLF TITLE HOLDERS TOUR I
Four ChnmploiiH Will IMay In West- 1
em unit .Southwestern States.
CHICAOO. Pec-. SC. Oolfs four
big tltto holders will make a
.ilntn ff.i, t Ik. ... nn.l
southwestern states. It was Icarlied 1
oday with tho nnnouncerncnt that
Hob MacDonald or Chicago, mero
polltnn opto chttmplqn, and Wnltr
llagen of Detroit, western .open
'champion and Qhamplo'ti of theJ'ro-.
fejslonal Cloircrs' nssoclatlop. will
start a tour or tho west early In
Jock Jtiitchlnsnii. the Hrltlsu open
title holder, nnd Jim Dames, na
tional open champion, alrcadv have
started on rn exhibition trip through
From January S to 13 MtcIoimM
and Hngen will play nt Oklahoma
City, nnd from Janunry 18 to 20
they will nppenr in Arizona. Texas
courses will bo tho sccno of their
playing from January 21 to 29 nnd
both will pnrtirlpnto in tho Texas
open tournament at San Antonio
Fchrunry 2 to 5. i
On February 9 they wiliplay nt
Los Angeles and up to Mnrch 10 will
travel through California, Oregon
and Washington. Denver, Kansas
City and Omaha will bq tho last
three, stops on the homeward trip,
tho players expecting to return to
Chicago by April 1.
Corlx-tt AVlns Over Cclmnrs.
. OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 26.
wnobblo Corbott of Fairfax, onla.,
'successfully defended his title as
welterweight champion of Oklaho
ma tonight by winning tho reforeo's
aoclslon over Johnny ccimars it
Akron, Ohio. In n rour-rounrt bout
Magcd by tho Oklahoma . Athletic
club. Corbett toro 'nto tho. veteran
in tho rirst round, completely
mothering him with blows rrom
which tho northern boy did not
emerge throughout the round.
Signs Up With Sioux o:iy.
PUMNVIKW, Neb., Pec. 26.
Earl Urn nine n of this place, who was
(cnsatlon last year us a pltchor
In amateur baseball clubs of north
utern Nebraska, has boon signed
to play with tho Sioux City V.'estcrn
'tmue club next season.
Otilfleldcru llnvo SIriicU.
BT. LOUIS, Dec. 26. Austin Mc
Htnry, Clarence. Mucllor nnd Lcsllo
t. Mann, outfielders for tho St. Louis
"Mlonals, havo signed contracts for
Wxt year, according To Hrnnch
Rickey, manager of the team.
IUn-ky aua.i OutK)lntM liny.
t'lTT.SnVHOH. Deo. 20. Itocky
Miisas of Buffalo outpoUited John
ntay of Pittsburgh, In ti 10-round
""derision bout here this afternoon,
S tho opinion of nowspapermon.
Junius wns tho aggressor in a ma
"lly of tho rounds. The welgh's
:,re rnnounccd ns: Kansas 135 1-2;
r 133 1-2.
FOUND LEAK WITH MATCH
l-iplnMon Lifts IliitlSiilmv Flinn
.round hut No Ono Hurt.
, 'INnVKTTA, Doc. 20. The
f?m of C. O. Hlunk, manager of
Sutherland Lumber company,
"'ly escaped serious Injury If
neath duo to gas explosion when
,nf f the family attempted to find
.leak In tho gai pipe iiudoinenth
!" house. About 8 u'olook n
t"" odor ot escaping gas wn
fr?r.'fa.lri ihe house, the search
'" the leak leading out in tho yard.
.nre one or the party following
l.i..B?" P'no under the house
"htcd a match. '
Int. .r(wi" was a terrific explo-
C?"1" lined the tive-rooiv
E1 w frim the tnunda-lon, a-ul
in, j Kh ony "'hBlc glass In one
Jlaii ww WR'' '"'"hen, n'.l table and
Uni 1,1 111 ' house was emu
"a t') frHlmMl ...l.lln h,t frnn
ford, nV r . w""0.. "V. 'r
SP-rilrtV noTrho riViX' rV
tho next ArUtonn kick-off, tho Tnc-
mo tnird period opened and a for
ward pass and ttirco (talna through
tho lino, with Manzo and Itnlilm car
rying the ball, put tho WIldcntB In a
threatenlnR position. A forward
pass over tnc iTonlro kjou! line, how
ever, was lntoreonted and tho Colo
nelK took tho offehclve.
A 3R-yard run by McMlllIn amll
Bains by Armstrong put the bull on'
thf Arizona 3-yard lino, from whoro,
Knoddy bucked over. UotmrtH kicked
, l'onrtli yerlod: Centre hdinmered
to the Wildcats' 5-yard lino but lost
mo ban on a forward pus and
Arizona punted to Covington, who
ran tliroueh a scattered f'rlil tn nn.l
other touchdown. Roberts missed
goal. Following the klckoff .McMll-,
lln gained 20 yards on an end run record prlco for a minor league piny,
and Covington, on plunges thrnghier. O'Connell will not Join the
iikuHie, union (.cnire a last toucn-
Covington kicked goal. i
Wo f ford (C)
Pew. Centre 38
UT Cregor I
HUH Armstrong (C)
Score by periods:
Arizona 0 0 0 0 0
Centre 12 C. 7 13 Sg
Centre scoring: Touchdowns-
Kobcrts, MeMlllln, Tanner, Hnoddy,
Ooals rom touchdown Itoberts
Officials: Heferee Vans, Mllli
ken. Pmnlre --Tlnsnntlinl. Atlnnp-
cntn lfnfi.t 1 lnomn n If nf fi.rtn-n 1
Field Judge Klwans, Chi-
Gray Added to Roster
of All-Stars; Teams
Both Busy Practicing
With tho securing of David Gray,
22n - Pound Incklo or Marietta coi-
lege, Marietta, Ohio, the All-Star
roothnll squad who aro to meet tho
old Kendall gridiron stars or '16
'19. New Yrzr day at McNuIty park
nave a r rtually completed linn
which Is expected, according to Har
old McMnhon, It's organizer, to oe
one ot tho lending factora for the
Actual prnctlce will begin at once,
McMnhon announced Monday, nnd
by the last of this week practice
will bo held twice a day In order to
fully cr.n.'lltl.'vri t.iw i.nyr
them In top-notch form.
The old Kendall aggregation, all
victorious In its time, also gctt'ng
down to real practice, It was an
COMMERCIAL CLUB IS BUSY
ImprnicmcntH Put nil Their
Feet by Fnlrfnx. Hod)'.
FA1HFAX. Dec. 20, Officers for
tho Fairfax cnmmorclar club wero
elected nt a special meeting of Its
membors Thursday night. M. Mor
tenson was M'-electcd as president of
tho club and John I lazlltt wni
elected secretary and treasurer to
succeed H. O. Ostermeyer, cashier
ot tho Osago bank.
An Investigation of ho records of
the secretary shows that this organi
zation has been a very busy ono dur
ing tho year Just ending, Harly In
tho year they assisted with the drive
for a $50,000 high school auditorium
nnd gymnasium 'which was success
rul. Later In tho summer they car
ried on a cnmnalgn asking tor a
bond Issue of JSi.OOO for street, light
ana wnter ann sewerage Improve
ments. This Issuo wns rnrrlcd early
In August nnd the work will begin
early in tho spring, Two months
ago the club took favorable action
on the million and a halt dollar
bond Issue ror hard surfaced roads
over Osage county, and today com
mittees from tho club nre working
along this lino. The latest building
plan that has met with tho approval
of thl.f nrsunlaitlnu Is a paving
proposition, which ir carried will
menu that early In the pniinir tiav.
ing contractors will begin construc
tion on 100 blocks of paving, Tho
club unanimously indorsed this
plan and it is meeting with favor
nblo comment over tho city. The
America Legion post of Fairfax also
indorsed the plan nnd will lend its
asslrtnnro In putting the denl
DELAWARE T0WNSITE R0W
Itliul rmmunlih-H S'tart on
JAY. Dec 26- Odlevllla Is a little
town which has sprung up on tho
new Oklahoma & Arkansas rnllrnad.
It Is 10 mites enst of Sallna, where
the new railroad crosses tho Hayes
Delaware county line, At the pres.
ent time there aro two general
furnishing stores, two cafes, two
barber shops, one butcher shop, two
bhirkvmltli shops, one cornmlll and
Promoters have purchased SO
acres of land surrounding Odlevllle
anil aro having H plotted for n
townslte This mny lead to an
other townslte fight as K.UIna, Jny
and several olher towns had on tho
rtnrt. The railroad company has
purchased 100 acres for a mill and
ownslte a little more than a mile
eut of Odlevllle nnd will rail the
town ailstrnp, after United Blnten
Marshal (lllstrap. who was killed
car this place In a battle with the
. ;V' nVVr, .woTt Is nrobable thut
Hlncc (lllstrap oners a utiitr in-
1 ilU'vl la ivlM move to Gils. ra;. and
I, in two towns consolidate.
Kid Player Bought
by Giants for $75,000
1 1 mK'f i
W yJlttvuvy O'Coivtfvl J.
Here Is smiling Jimmy O'Connell
e is xniiiins u.m..., w v. u..i.. ,
rst baseman and outfielder of
n l ranclsco Club of tho Pacific
tne Hnn I
Coast league, who has been sold to
the New York Olants for $75,000, a
O .into until 1D23. lln Is 20 venrs
old. bats left handed and throws
Today's Entries at
Official greyliound entries, tcntn
day races, Tuesday, December i,
at Mld-Contlnent park.
First race, three-sixteenths mile
Sonora Wrinkle, Fndo Away CJIrl,
Ited Flirt, Musknllonge, Meddlesome
Hoy, Miss Dare.
Second race, quartor tulle War
lock 2nd, Hehave Yourself, .Saud
slorm, lrd Hulpum, Flirty Hoy,
Third race, throe-slxtenths mllo
Nleht Can. Hkook'um. Marble-
head, Hulsun, Lord Cannon, Krnost
Vnnrth mm riva liin-ns mite
rourtn race, iive-sixteen.ns miie i
uuik ivir, ranuurii, 4 f
Hose, llnby Martini, Fa:r cnance, ,
v.yciono' tsiar. . i
Fifth race, quarter mile Flying I
Clare, Quaker Hoy, Handsome nay,
Collars, P.ed Parton, Playioliow.
Okana, So Ing Dick, Sltkiim,
Itninbnw Cannon, Oakland Hannah
Agpic TmlnltiK for Centre.
DALLAS. Tuxas, Dec. 26.-".';ilIe
Centre .college was clashing with
tho University tf Arizona rnntball
team at 'San Diego today, the Texas
Agricultural nnd Mechanical collegn
squad which Is tn meet the "prnyrng
colonels" nt Dallas stadium a week
hence, reassembled hero atter a
orler hol'day period and started a
gruelling preparation for next Mon
day's contest. Dormitories and the
gridiron of Dallas university, va-,
cant during tne hoiiriays. hnve necn j
turned over to the farmers.
Burke Dancing Academy
11 4l2 South Boiton
livery Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday night, ticst floor in
city, featuring 6-plece orchontin.
Heat ot ssrvice. Other nlghtf
open for engagements for spe
Private Dancing Lessons
It, It. nUHKi:, 11F.NA KRWIN,
Phono CYtlnr 28:15.
THIS IS A NIFTY AltTICLi:,
ON THF, HCUHNN
In "YOU SIIVKII CAN THLL"
Klnelo Ilcrlew Ainop's Fahli-s
.Miillncc l.to nnd 22c.
Nights 22c ami 30c (Add tax)
l'hrvo Slioivs Today 3(00,
1114.1. Pictures Start 1 p. 111.
BOUT WITH MALONE IS
St. Paul Middleweight' Manager Made Deal Without For
mer's Knowledge. Malono Is Hunting in Minnesota 300
Miles From Any Telephone or Telegraph, While His Op
ponent Is Working Out in Preparation for Scheduled Bout.
lly J NOUHIMj WOOOAHI). ' porlati'in ! would then take Ma-
I)IIotln tclcarailH mill U'li-Mn,'p n 1 ouple of cm to grt to
noiiottiiu icugruiiH mm i Tuml an , Kvl , ,, for ,,.
phoitu mewiages all tin) Montlii). bui. making It Impnsnlble for him
lion Neuiimn, inmolrr of tla' to appear on tho January I curd.
imr-Miilono Nut alle, off t4slay. Nc.w.m"" "'"J".1, . ., ,. ,
I . i . ,4 , -. unr- p tlll, lilt) I nillUT'iim-
nnnouinitl at n Into hour laM p.ght, i I()IUI U)U, ,v!M ,,(kc mm,t,p
'lie hail obUv'mil Jeff Nmltli of I'hll-1 In the future, p'nuubly on Junuinr
InUelphla, n flghli-r of alm'M Inter-1 . Nwmiiti said.
1 ' ,' , , a, ... ,,, Not willing n'I n(f Iht show
, nnlloiml fanif slnco hU mvnl l"' i been use of the Malone frlir.le. New
i with OtriMiitlcr, to go the M'!inlnlcl i man ntiitel that an all-star card ii
(I2 roitiuN Willi Kill IMlmcr mi Jan-' kf.1'' preiwrwl. Warm Smith
f i i - iiun iivu in i 1 1 itj trill wi
' , . c , , , . .... .Springfield, Mo., he mild, for a l:-
Tlie Mvurlng of Snillh Hhoulil re- rou,, ,n,xpr. ai a hendllner for the
i-oho a Iwitrly romUKMidatlnn Inmi (nrJ , j.n.k UlIl.e. wl 1 1 tiKle
Tulso right Hint as Snillh lint lK-ati'ii ( Hlh Mi, key Karri., of Sprliw-IH-Hldet
CnriM'iiller Mich Imijm nt U'h f,.d. Mo.. Tor lo rounds. Slubb.
Ini(j, llapiiy I.lllletini. and was lliol Durham and Walter livid) Cole (if
r'rst mini lo best MIUo illli'nt. ! Iiriinirlght. going 10 inunds, wll'
Nrwirnn wn.t iorjo)Wl out tlic ai-'
fair as llu rHislixineuient of tla-
, M , - , nl .,.,
. ,J(,S .N,, , ,,, fnIUi
Tl y ,t tnn ,VII1 be able lo see ne
all-star program under the auspices
or tno O" t'lty A. c ciun, on Janu
ary 4, but they will not sen Kid
Palmer and Jock Mnlnnn mix to
gether, us has been advertised
, Although Pali.ier Is busy training
tor hl scheduled biut with Malone
on January I. it ut Iciriied Mon
day that Malono not only knew
nothing about tho coming batit.
but bunt this time more than 300
miles 'from nny telephone ot lele
praph, on a hunting trip with Mike
Gibbons und others In tho ivllds of
Tho disappointing news to local
fans was learned Monday when
I,ou Newman, promoter ot the pro
posed bout which wns to he held
under tho auspces of the Oil City
A. C. club, held a t lephone conver
sation with Tommy Wolh, mnnnger
for Malone, who Is now In Chicago.
Walsh stntcd, according lo New
mnti, that he was unablo tn gel n
hold of Malono mi ho was about 330
mllo from St. Paul with a hwtlng
party during Uio Christinas holi
"The whole truth of tno matter
is," ewmnti eniu, ' lommy in nisn i
ma,,, thn, contract and arrange-
!,,,. u. .mi, bnnu iv unv.
thine about It
. I'm nt disappointed
r n nnylHidy 1 know
Mnlonu's fault, for If
n about the bout 10
ver tho nffnr
iiltt( i, i MOt
he had known about the bout
iwouiq nave neon nerc.
.Mimine is ni jii uiuuunn m" "
'"'O IIHlin iroill ,11. lull, wii-
.. ji,- t i,n itnvtmr riii.i.. nm-
manHger for Gibbons, told Newman
In a telephone conversation later i
Monday, Along with him are
Mike O'Powd. Tommy Gibbons,
Fred rultnn nnd Clay Turner. Col
llns, according to Newman, said the
only wny u pier.snge could be dullv-
ered to Mftlnne. was by automnblli
or other sl"llnr meant er trans-J
William Duncan in
A Five-Reel Vitaernph
Firt thowing in Tulsa.
In ftn bltUKual plii,tuilar of I lip niirn
niunlry tills Itir Mlurr ut tlir I'es
Mli-r. llir t'lclurr U full ef nlllun
uml I lie- lsr-illrprtr lit f npiMirtnl hy
n fttrnni i-ikkt, tiirlinllliff lllth .liilm
on Hiul Tom Ullfton, A rcul fUIit It
Maxeil at the rllniiit ol
A rrIMvolril tftry at rl blotuletl
iminln In llir rrrut oprn ipurr full
p loe, rin;ttiur urttl ndf t nlur.
ALSO GOOD COMEDY
iw r. 11
complete lv program except fur
n four-round curtain rusu which
has not )it been selected
"The club will be the hravlesl
losers as n result i)( the called off
bout," Newman slate 1. "We'll
lrwn n large sum if money op the
affair At tho sntno time we wnnt
to apologize to the public" for It
couldn't be helpiKl on our part. It
mint be remembered, however,
that the bout. Is nut called off per
manently but Is merely set ahead
to a future date.
Murni to Hclrtilt Amerlcniis.
llAHTFOltt), Conn.. Pec. 26.
Andrew Kturm of this city, a fresh
man Irrfiprlngflold college, has been
signed by Ihe Petrolt Americans, it
wns announced tonight. lln iv i
report next June. .Sturm It oniy
IS yenrs old. He played .football on
the Hprlngfleld. Mass., ' freshman
rlcven last fall. In baseball, lln Is
a pitcher and Infleldcr.
NiiiIoiihI Ohio (iamiiia Delia Meet
IMHMINtlllAM, Ala, Pec. 26.--Hlxty-one
colleges nnd Universities
nre reprcwonled by delegntes and
vlsl'ors arriving bete t day for the
73rd convention or t llo I'hl Uammn
ii,,n rmtorniiv Th rirsi ...
,)f ,,e lllullla Kkklesln
place Wednesday morning,
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2
Popular Prices 50c, $1.00, $1.50,, $2.00
Seat Sale Now On
QUAKER DRUG CO.
mawmc I PM7iCF4
iCLaV A W J7MT Jm V H M '
NOW PLAYING I NOW PLAYING i n M - i,:,;,!"!,,, mi
In III lulrtl Hftil vrratrat frnlurr
pntUftl hy rrltits n bflmr the ut
mot In com r dy ilrumu.
l'it rlully urriinrnl fur llullilu)'
Special Christinas Comedy
by Booth Tarkington
.Mnjollr DrrliMlrii Otrrtnrr
(llrUtnia Hong; rlrtptl,
'araliiK Intl half nt lhl wrfk
With Marlon Diltlra,
Forlnfantt, Inv'ldi nl Orowint n-lldrtn
Tto OHjIoal rJ.Driok For fU tk
MISSION BOY HURT
AND OUT OF RACE
Olive Cannon Gallops to
Olive Cannon galloped lo vlntory
In the feature tare at Mld-Contlnsut
park Monday after Mission Hoy, th
favorite, was scratched, due to In
juries recelied ill praillee Monday
morning. The rues whs over h five
sixteenths of a :nllu stretch for the
St. Nicholas slske. The lltne was
negot'ated In 33 l-l seconds lllllv
lliu and Wildest PI 1 1 on came In sec
nnd and third
The fifth race at nn-tumter mile
which mi also a banner men of the
afternoon bringing some ot thei
clnselest dogs together whs won
esully In 20 2-!V second hv Arssee
Hunburn nnd Cinder Path were see-
on ' nnd t III. tl tespertlveiy.
Tim following nre the complete
results of yesterday's races:
Kl'tt race, ip'ti'ter f'le -I'osntlin
Wnler." firs1' I.Utle Flirt, senond:
Two Hlory Prtl. 'third. Time 18 sc-on-lr.
K(cnni rare. Ihree-sKleentlt ml'e
-- Mr fn'nu, first. Pnii'-or's Hock
sncond. Ilnndsoi'ie Fortune t'llrd
Time. 20 3-S seconds. Teddy Flirt
Plemwlnder and Illsck tlnwk also
Third ra"e. qn-ittei tulle '"reole
Hue first, llenker s l,iidy. second.
Cheerful moment" third Time 2?
Alto liiiod Comi'ity
ANY SKAT. ANY TI.MI!
War Tai llicluilcil
(,'liango of Prnirrnni llatly
INFANTS and INVALIDS
Rich milk, n-tte! r'n eitroet In Powder
No Cwkln NourUhlnn Pl;itlbl
Jln AB 5MI I lte-lT,:l "rS"" I
Iwall'ace" 1 1 ih"" I
"Rent Free" JffiSiMl
D l-lilit llrre'a u ilrrii inyatrrr "llli 2Tti llPT rlmVl feiMBrVJ ,
Q "ivii" in ni ilii.u oi fi uii. up- , MSt7Sw.
J3 (Greatest "MffiS! 1
D Xriumph. "tSsffl ag'
R I'.irin. skhk ' ' 6tur'','tooftupjdou i
.iMci:nriinTiM i j, tkrthTUwd Station
seconds Dutd! llerg nan and Her
Fouiili I'soe. rhe-sltteenthn mile
nilvo Cannon, first, lilll liny, sec
ond: Wildest IMIlnn, third. Time
33 1-r. secoiuli Wlblest Ullllon and
Wild Olllon also ran
Pirill ,,llrl,, ...IIm lnuA
first giinhiiru. semiid, cinder Path,
third. Time, 2G il-A seconds Hush i
Htieheii. K'lowa and Credit Hill bIho
Sixth race, three. elxteontln mile
Slttlnir Hull, Ut, The Hger, sec
otidj Hillou Wild Mill third. Time.
ti seconds. KHUrney ld and Old
illosehiid also ran.
Yanki Get Kiltinacr--Pcnn
State Grid Star
NKU' YOUK, Dee. !f, - Olen Klll
liger farnnus hnlrbaik or the noted
Penn Mate fontliMll snusd this yenr.
slneil h igntrsit recenily tn piny
iWlth th Vsnkces naxt season, It was
len-iied at the headquarter of the
New York lub. Kiltlnger was the
Isinl of Ponn State's gretit eleven.
I He announced recently that ho was
to Seen me h proftsslniml, and it yh
reported lis was to take part In n
piorcsclonRl giitne n Philadelphia
Kllllnger whs iitsu a good UAseball
I'lsyrr with lux i oil ye teani Ho
Is nn lur. elder mid will piobnbly
be placed at thlid base with the
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Need n Husband, Thonksl"
John Emerson 'Anita Loos
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A COMEDY OF BALLOT.
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Wants a Professional
CIIICAOO, le. 26. Fl renz
Zlegfeld, producer of thn ' Fol ies '
Ii planning to quit the "risky" show
hiislnesn and no In for tho protnott n
of profesnlonal football, he says Ii
a letter to J. Powers, inanAgor ot tl.a
ColonUI tbsalrr here.
"I would like to buy a baseball
club," Xslgfeld writes, "hut, falllnr
In thai, I can seo no reason why an
association of football teams, run
along the lines of the present base
hs.ll league, would not bo successful.
I have already conferred with sev
eral men ami you need not be sur
prised If the echumo is launched In
the near future "
KlPKfcId sy 'hut "the show husl
ncfls l getting too risky because ot
the added cost or the productions
and heavy opeiatlmt expenses."
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through at tin- etplmtlon of the
year 1924. ' he nsserls.
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"A Quaint Specialty"
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