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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
Tulsa-U Central Battle at Lee
ACHER'S MEN TO
GET REAL TEST
IN HARD TUSSLE
Teachers Confident They
Will Put Spoko in
Primed for the hnniust
gnmc of the your UnivurHity
of Tulsa's Goldon Hurricane
will ring down the curtain on
the present Hoaaon when they
clash with tlie Central Tench
ors, from Mdmond, in their
nnnual Thanksgiving day but- j
tic on the Lee ntndium at
o'clock this afternoon.
llo Ant ltcntly.
A light workout shortly before
noon yeMeidiiy, wound ui n lung,
hard grind through wlilcli Coaoh
llownrd M. Aeher had it the mm
getting thnn un edge for tlin Turkey
iloy gume, whloh promise to tin tho
tfrenlest f lull t oC the eir on tlio lo
Charley Wantlnnd's fighting teach
ers reached Tulsa lato yesterday aft
ernoon, but tin- trnln wn over an
hour Into ntul tho Mcheduled work
out wont by the board. A lecture
tills morning will wind mi, Wnnt
land's training for tho gume.
"Kvery man on the squad In on
edge for tho Tulm game, ami we (ire
going to conio uwny victom tomor
row or know the reason why." Wanl
lund mild last night. "Our boys are
going ureal now and wo am ready
to do battle with Acher's) Oolden
(Jiuno 1 'I'i'hI,
Today's gamo Id a real teat for the
Tulsa aggregation. Coach Acher,
with nrnoilmlly a greon team, has
stacked tip notable lei'ord for the
year and to date are undefeated aft
er battles with Arkansas, Texas Ag
gies. Texas Christian university ami
a trio of font etnte schools. Of Into
the Contrnt teachers have been milk
ing: ii better than tho lato reason
record of the Tutsans, and Achor's
lads face a real test when they
spread out on tho field HiIh after
Willi but one day remaining In tho
1922 football sciisun. Tulsa I) has a
qlean slate, and a victory over Cen
tral today will glvo Achnr'r. fafct pig
nkln chnsorn tho best claim In the
stato to tho Oklahoma intorcol
Although there In practically no
betting on today's guinn hero, Wnitt
Jund's lads nro figured favorites over
the Tulsa aggregation In today's
tilt, duet how thn game will go.
none of the "experts" were willing to
stato yesterday im there Is not a
touchdown'n dlfforcnco In tho
strength of the i wo teams.
Tulsa university fans wero out In
full force Wednesday noon when
thn Btudento, football pluyors, "pep'
eqliad, enthusiasts ami all ' au"4 .1
throuRh tho down-town aoctlons of
the city yeeteriUy advertising the
Plans have been made for a bit;
student demonstration at today's
same. Several "pep" stunts have
bton planned, and practically tho
sntlro student body Will bo on the
side Hues to help the hovei win.
'IViu'lien,' Itantl Hon-.
.Central huskies will recolvo their
share of tho yells and side line en
couragement. The Central band and
scores of fans made thn trip with
the toam and arrangements liavo
been made for the Tulsa, alumni to
Join In the celebration, A section of
the stand has been roped off for the
Coach Achor stated last night that
he was confident that hl lads would
start the game fighting and would
carry tho visitors beforo thoiu
throughout tho gamo.
"If the boys get In and fight every
minute, they will defeat tho Teach
ers tomorrow. Wo hnvo no "wonder
team.' Kvcry gamo wo won this
year, we took by a narrow margin
arid won ontlroly through tho fight
put up by the hoys on tho gridiron.
i nm continent mat ovorv man on
tho team will fight every Inch of tho
way against Central and Hint Tulsa
will flnli.li the season undofentcd
the coach Mated,
Score of Fastest
Auto Speed Kings
To Contest Friday
I.OS ANdKUIS, Nov. 59. Twonty of
.mttitii nivt automobile racing
drivers were tuntnf up their cars thn
afternoon for the national championship
dash for 210 miles tomorrow afternoon on
tha Los Angeles rilwf. livery minute
detail tin been arranged Hml til of the
driven declare themselves toady for the
eisricr s gun.
Jimmy Murphy and Italph d Palms
taiul "ut ni lha Uvorllra aa they liave
been rllpplnif off an Rverags of 11 atut
ISO mtlra un hour In nructlce triala. Wi1
Morton haa nlao been atappini; around the
pianH-a iivai nr a apej nr KTaatar than
It lll take to cop the honora ana aeeed
fana who huve ao-n the troula ,tetlare
Jia will puali l)a J'alma to the nnlatv
Tomorrow'a cotieat will clve addeU
Intertrt today when It " learned that
unit iiurant, owner or tn rimou, "nut
ant team." ennilatliiK of Oinant. Ilearne
Cooper and Klein, had offer! a honua
of 11.000 to the member of ha outfit
that wn. thereby iltacoiiraKlns team
In" on the part of the drlvera.
. Advanee weather repnrla promlae Ideal
weather for automobile racing and
record-breaktnR tinwd la eapectad.
With Tunncy Delayed
NEW YOUK. Nov t9 lVrmUnfon for
tno jioatponmnt of thn fhamplonvhtp pout
betwen Harrv (Irvb of IMttiburK i. Ainer-
lcn llffht he.t weight ctinnipinn, ntut
Otne lunney of Ornwtrh illaKe. ncheil
uleJ tor December Z'i, Ima' been granted
by the itatft Rthletin rommUitun, It was
nnounced today. The comnilaiion tooit
tb Ptahd thit owIn tu the mental atratn
ana worry due w tha uinff or ni viti
the cuampion wouia not bo in inr conai
lion io aercna ni tiue on tue aaio on,'
many mt lor tno bout.
Mkl's rrlemla Try to II. lp llbn.
TAHIS. Nov. 39 M. DlaEiiv. nfuro
member .el tha chamber of deputlea, rep
reaentmg' r'rench enegai. tciay detnann
ea that the chamber force the irent
bozlnK eolumlaaloli to rea'nre the IlKht'
hfRVwelsht title of "Jlattllnc" Ml U I
under tureat of rancelllns the government
auueldy to the federation mat. a Mne
saleae nearo. won the title from (leoraea
Carpentier, hut waa deprived of hit title
A few weeka ngo the iMIly (Jklnhomau pulillshed an article that
mid the reaaoti Ifatitam r'Humplon .Inn J.ynch didn't como here
in hox Ii'tsnkio Oaner, h lie had Nr"d, was lb.it boxing was not draw
ing In Tuliw.. This arlli'ln was so winded 'bill Tulsa was mado to ap
pear as slumping, so fnr sn fight attends ni- went.
True lioxlng eliows In Tulsa have not drawn this full like they once
dlil. Hut the Intimation that Tulmi Is fulling down while oilier cities
still turn out big houses is mlslemllng. Just to show how Tltlf.1 com
pare with othtr towns along this line, the wportlng editor of The
World (fathered sunie flguies on box office rerflpts at various fights
this fn II.
At Detroit nixinilj ,)im li ncli, tlm IhiiiIihii llllii Imldi-r, was to imim:1
'oiitig Atuntri'iil, out) of tlm MidiikiihI (vinti'tiihtrri In tlio tlhlnlou.
Iijncli luiil Iiih'ii g-iiarantct'il $.1,(HM, .Muntiool working on a iKn'iila;i',
When IIiiki for Iho fight mini' lln ni wns Ii-mm than 9,r(M) In thn Iioiim;,
Thn KOaranH'o ixmlilli't bo palil. 'I'ho riuhlci-s coiililu't bo paid, so (Iii j
rcrn-Hil lo fight. Anil that In IH'lndl, n city of morn than n million
Iteyond a doubt, this fight would have drawn more than 15,000 In
Tulsa And that's u very conservative CHtlmnto. 1'ioh.ibly g,000
would ho nearer
J"ff Mmlth and Ciiptuln Hoh ltnper drew $3,200 In New Orleans.
What would this have pull'd In Tulsa" Here are some others In Nuw
Orleans: Frank Carhnne and Sailor Clhkiier, $1,100, Willie I.oughlln
and Voung Denny, ll.fiUO.
At tho IjniiKhllii-Dcniiy Im nit Di'iinj, tho winner, hail tho IKnel oj..
.porli'litt) of going tllKillgli H I ill I'd hnttlo fur $11. Mo Imhi-iI for fit) IMT
ti'iit of 1 1 hi niit, anil nflrr Iiughlln's guaratitcu of $1,1100 ami tho other
miK'iiM'e hml txi'ii paid thrro was Just $HH loft for Denny nnd the pro
moters. Dave Hhnilo. one of the leinlltiK rontenilera for the welterweight title,
hosed Cowboy Padgett ul Oalvuston, and (ho house showed $1,400.
1'ut this on In Tulsa and see what It tltaws.
(llonn Cllckner and Tnniiny Marvin drew $800 at Shrsveport, At
Dallas, Clloknnr and Johnny Celmara drew $700.
Johnny IcCoy and Kid 1'ancho, good bantams, drew a measly $300
at Han Autonlo.
The few Texas bouts mentioned eliow how tho hlffers are not pack
ing 'em In In Texas. And tho figures given are tho rulo, not the ex
ueptlun. In Indianapolis, Dandy Dillon, the crack Minneapolis bantam, and
Joe Jtprger, Jloosler, entertained a $l,UXu crowd.
Kven in New York they are not pulling no well, Kid rainier und
1'aimtiitt Joe (lans, on a rani with a double main event, attracted
Urooklynltes to tho tiinn of $3,800. Another Ilrooklyn show with a
pair of main events, In one of which I'jlmer knocked out Joo atone,
-Now for Oklahoma Oily, whero 'I'iiIhii'm limitcs nro such a h1mm:K,
lYimldo (Hncr ami Mutt .McKiu last MUtirday night nttrurlcd $1,400
In Hid l offlco. Johnny 'lllliiiiin noil Iamj Morrlwy ilrmv 91,150,
Bo Tlllsa'H record for this fall, though not up to Tulsa's usiial avor
age, Is not one to cause any griff to the promoters. Tulsa liouts of re
cent days have drawn as follows:
Jeff Kmllli mill .liieLIn Clarli, $3,000. Whero would It liavo ilwio
hetlff fictxirilliiR lo tho figure llnti'il lii-rcln?
Wurnlo rimllli mid Hoy Ctinloy, $l,;ttll).
J'ninklu Osnor mid llohby lluglnw (first Ixmt), $1,780.
Warnlu (Sinltli ami Johnny Tllliiiau, SI, 100.
rrimUlo Oiiut nnd Dobhy Hughes (hettmil ImmiI), l,fJ00.
Kid raliiior mid Ktldlo Trcmhly (dlMigrccuhlo night nftor mining ull
tiii: juiason is no .mysthuv at amj.
"Mow, what I the causo of this general elump In nttondanco nt the
Klove parties? Well, lt'a no hard question to unswi-r Money
In tight, hero and ovurywhoru else. It Isn't that people haven't
money. They have, hut they hale lo turn loose of It. There Isn't uny
great unemployment problem any more, at leust so far tin this part of
the country Ih concerned. Jobs almost go lo'und. Hut ifa hard-earned
money tlm boys are getting, und they hesitate beforo putting It out.
This tliK-Mi't apply to tho fight gimm alone. Not by miy ineatut.
Ainiisciiifiits of nil hiiulrt ftvl It. Atlonilnnco lias been good nt most
of tho big kIiowh at nniM'nlloii hall this wiimiii but jouMI notlcu tlio
iiiimbcr of shows Iiiih Ikvii cut. Thcj'ix) Juit hrlugliiK tho Kih1 oni-M,
tho hhows that may lx couutcil on to drnw. Tho ".Merry Widow" two
Mfckd ago, then u dark hull until "Tlio Jlat" siiiim DctetnlK-r H, Tho
IikviI imulinllli! Ikiom und tnovlo hhows Unite, Inx-miso llicy nro well,
inanagttl mid inetit atroiiiigo anil tlicru nro not loo many of thuin.
I,ouls Newman, matchmakor for the .Magic City Athlotlc club, who
roally Is the guy who prospers or goes hungry, according to the flstlo
barometer locally, felt pretty bad over the way his cards wore drawing
this fall. Until
JIo haw tho figures listed In the preceding paragraph When ho
found out how thlnga were breaking elsewhere ha patted lilmsolf on
the back, und was glad ho belonged in Tulsa. Tho outlook, as he sees
It now with some good cards in the near future, is anything hut dark
lor His emu
Nownian luus Ihmviiiiu ooiitluceil of ouo Ihlnc, And that Is tluit tho
(lay of high prlivs for tho otcrjday boxing- &how Is cihImI Mr Iho
ptcM-nt nt IliiM. So ho has miuouiuxsl tho ivturii of tho iHipuUir 51
Mill for lib, next, hhow. Tho prlci'M for tho Wllllo IiOiighlln.CowlMiy
rndgctt mill licit TuoMluy night will ho $1, $a, nnd J3 Inttond of Uio
9'J. l!..-.t, and $3, r Ji, $3, anil $1 of ma-nt ilas.
,.T.?,n'.,.y,a. fftn wl" ,,ay llolla'. but not two dollars," said Newman.
The i f glitoia are paid a percentage no guaruntoes go these days
and it they can t draw 'em In the door It's their tough luck, that's all."
phis chap Now man, hy tho way, Is a clewr iiuUclutuikr-r nnd In tlio
mint) hrcatli a ptvtty shrewd liiudnctM nmn. llo lias weiuhere.1
tho rougli flstlo mmi whllo bigger promoters In other towns hno neon
iMink rolls melting. Over ut Oklahoma City Dan lckoy, fonner
major, who tenlnred Into the ImuIiu; gamo wiernl mouths ago, Is smo
few thousands In tho red. At New Orlomi tho proinotein are engaged
In a merry Ultlo war iimoug ihemsehes, mid ihcy'ro all loliiK moniT,
lliu well-known Donilnleh Tortorlch Included, with fights druulm:
from $1,500 to , Ne,v Orleans promoter.s nro jruarautivliiK
Iho fighters fat, juley mum. Wry nleo for iho fighters, ,t mighty
roiiKlileddliiK for tho promoters. .Hut It's their funeral, not ours.
Notre Dame and
Corn buskers in
West's Big- Game
sout I Valley champions, nro flashing
with tho fctrong Notre Dame eleven
nt Lincoln tomorrow, u content of j
equal tnterent to valley football fol-I
lowers will bo stagid nt Columbia
whero Missouri and Kansas moot
in their thirty-flrat nnnual game.
Tho South Hend school li con-
ceded a slight edge over Nebraska.
Notro Damo has tied the Army and
won all Its other games so far this
Heuson whllo Nebraska was defeated
by Hyraouse. lioth nro powerful
scoring machine. Notre D.ime has
tallied .17 pulnu against 13 by op
ponents. Nebraska has scored 26:
ugnlust 22 by opponents.
In tho seven previous games
played by tho two schools, Notro
Dame has won four gaums, Ne
braska two and one bnttla otidd In
a ricorolcs.3 tie.
Tho Missouri-Kansas gnmo has
Nick of It a traditional rivalry
hardly less noteworthy than have
tho Ynle. Harvard, Army-Navy and
Slnco I8ai the Juyhnwkcrs have
defeated the Tigers 17 times, lost to
them nltm times nnd tied four timew
In the 30 games Kansas scored 367
points and Missouri Ul,
Thla year Kansas is favored to win
by a margin of two touchdowns,
flgurod on tho basis of comparative
scores. Uoth schools uro far down
in this season's conference percent
Ono otner conference game Is
scheduled for Thanksgiving day
Washington unlvernlty plays the
University ot Oklahoma at St Louis.
Tho two elevens nro at the bottom
of tho percentage table. The Sooners
are tavorcd to win by conference fol
lowers. Tho Kansas Aggies have a uon-
ronierenco gamo scheduled with
lex.is i-nnstian university at Man
luittau. Uoth aggregations are re
ported strong, nlthoiign tho Fort
Worth elovon In handicapped by In
juries. Drake, Ames and Grlnuell havo
eimi'u tneir seasons.
' , ,x '"T
is urdcr ot Day
SAPL'LPA. N0v. 33. fiapulpu
nigh a grid warriors, tiot in tho least
downcast by their setback last Sat
urday at tho hands of Tulsa, nro got.
ting on edge for tho soaso. finalo
with Hjde Park high of Chicago at
Tulsa Ha tu wl ay afternoon.
The Sapulpans will practice
Thursday morning under tha eye of
Jerry Jones, former Missouri coach,
and In the afternoon the entire team
will Journey to Tulsa to noo the
tlolden Hurricane and Central
1 oachers tangle. Coach Jones will
bo away from his cburges for a day.
Ho l going to Muskogee to referee
tho Tulsa. Muskogc o battle. .
Word was received from Chicago
today that the Hyde Park outfit will
leave for Tulsa Thursday Just nt
soon im the members of thn team
'i.tve gobbled up their Turkey day
feed which won't be so gorgeous at
mat, ueenuse ot unkind but neces
nary training rules.
ANNAPOLIS, Md Nov. .29. The
soccer match between Yale and
Navy hero today resulted lu & tie
score, two goals all.
I ttent safely and eetls
factotllt a I .irlvate i ud
special t.aeaaea H-ih
111 Im Oftno rhota. Wtrfct
ur- Un of ".ul I'owei
xv.vo ujrer lllrfa
Otei llnul llrua
I RAMONA BURIES
WITH EASE, 52.7
Plunge Through Line at
Will ; Pair of Speedy
Notwithstanding the fact that
Itroken At row strengthened Its
team considerably for the battle, the
ltatnona high schoolers ran truo to
form ot !ee stadium yesterday .aft
ernoon before a goodly Mzed crowd.
mostly from the two towns, and
gave tho llrokeu Arrow squad a G2
to 7 lacing. The game, arranged
two weeks ago by football support
ers In the two towns to decide the
grid championship of this section ot
the state, was spectacular to say thn
llrokon Arrow fought nll'thc way
and showed flashes ot good football,
but tholr rallies wore not consistent
enough to help them to any extent
Fumbles nt critical moments cost
tho Arrow lads tho chances that
they did have to score. They showod
a good defense nt timed but were
simply unable to cope with their
smarter and more experienced op
ponents. Ilamoua, under the skillful guid
ance ot "Silk" Hans, former Sooner
star, ha compiled a formldablo rec
ord ot victories this season.
ltntnotin rtcorcN Often.
Tho Washington county aggrega
tion counted tallies In each period.
Following a scries ot punt exchanges
In tho opening quarter, Leo who, by
tho way, played tho eitcllar role for
the llamona squad with his pretty
broken field running and receiving
of passes, received a Broken Arrow
boot on his own 20-yard line. Aftor
hitting center for threo yards Ie
skirted right end for C5 yards be
foro ho was pulled to tho ground hy
an opponent. On tho next play Wil
liams, who likewise starred on the
offense, rushed tho ball over
through tho center of the line. Colo
man kicked tho extra point. Ha
mona ncored again In tho first peri
od on end runs and center smashes,
1'". Murray carrying the ball over
this tlmo. Goal was kicked.
Uroken ArroW took ono of Its sev
eral spurts nt this atago of The
gamo and after receiving tho ball on
their own 10-yard lino rushed the
ball 35 yards down tho gridiron on
straight football, whero Smith,
Uroken Arrow end, received a long
head flip and scampered unmolest
ed 40 yards for the Arrows' only
counter. Smith also kicked the "try
Itamona opened url again and be
foro the first half had ended count
ed two more touchdowns for a, total
ot 2G points ugalnst 7 for Uroken
Tho second half was a repotltlon
of the flrrit. Long broken field runs,
wldo end runs nnd long dizzy for
ward passes counted tho Washing
ton county lads as many niore
touchdowna. Daugherty and Bolton
each counted tall.es for their eleven
wnuo tno spienuiu running in jee
added two touchdowns to the Ita
Statu of tlio Cumc.
For tho Uroken Arrow eleven
Hudson. 11. Smith, F. Smith and
Oliver shown out on tho defense,
whllo lewls and It. Smith played
well on offense. Ice. Williams,
Daugherty and Murphy forming the
Hamona backflcld worked well to
gether nnd It was their flno Inter
ference that blocked out tho Arrow
enda and hacks on many ot Dee's
Dlno-tip nnd summary:
llrolicn Arrow I'os. Ilamoua
F. Smith DK Coleman
Hrower I.T Itolton
It. Smtth DG Smith
M. Ncas C Edwards
Plant HO Dlckerson
Anderson I IT Arnold
J. Neu (c) UK Marbry
Hudson Q Daugherty
Oliver Ut Williams
B.. Smith Hit Dee
Lewis FU Murphy
Score by periods;
1 2 3 Toll
lUmona 13 1 14 12 52
Uroken Arrow 0 7 0 0 7
Substitutions T. Murphy for
Marbry, McCurtle for C. DIckerson,
A. Coaitt for McMurtlc, A. McMur
tie for T. Arnald, C. Conrad for C.
Kdwards. Touchdowns, Hamona
Williams 2, Lee 2. F. Murphy 2, D.
To Be Definitely
Fixed Next Week
CHICAGO. Nov. 23. Tho open-
lug oC tho major league baseball sea
son will bo definitely decided at the
Joint mooting of the American nnd
National leagues lu New ork next
months, Presldont Johnson of tho
American leaguo said tftnlght.
At the suggestion of Barney Drey
fus of the Pittsburgh Nationals, a
niomber of the schedule committee,
that tho aliening date bo advanced a
week earlier than usual, Johnson
tent word to his club owners naming
April 17. Ho was not nwnro at the
tlmo that this dutn fell on Tuesday
and since the subject was called to
his attention he believes tho date is
unsatisfactory. It has been cus
tomary to open the season on
Wednesday, so that the clubs meet
ing In the first series of tho year
may participate betoro a Saturday
crowd, as the schedules list four
games to a scries.
Johnson favors Wednesday as tno
Inaugural date nnd tald that ho
thought the 1923 season would open
about the samo time as a year ago
probably Wednesday. April 11.
Today Rings Down
IN PENN TODAY
Ithicans Decided Favor
ites but Quakers Good
at Spilling Dope
NEW YOUK, Nov. 20. Cornell's
claims to eastern championship
football honors will undergo the
stiftest test It has had all season
tomorrow -when tho hlg red machine
clashed with I'o-insylvanla In the
annual Thanksgiving day game be
tween thoito traditional rivals on
Franklin field, Philadelphia.
The Ithacnns, strong defensively
and with a formidable running at
tack, led by Capt. Dddle Kaw, will
enter tho contest decided favorites,
but the Quakers, who have hud u
habit of doing tho unexpected this
Benson and beaten stirh teams n
tho Navy und Ponn Stuto, niny add
another surprise to this years ex-
lenslvo array of upsets. It Is cer
tain at least that Cornell will face
much more powerful opposition
than a ye,r ago, when Pennsylvania
wot) burled, 41 to 0.
Ill other outstanding holiday
games Pittsburgh Is favored to take
tho measure of Its ancient rlvul,
Penn State; "West Virginia's un
beaten cloven Is conceded nn even
chance of victory against Washing
ton and Jofferson, which has lost
two games In a row to Pitt and De
troit, whllo Colgato hope to ecoro
decisively ovor Columbia.
Vormont's strong eleven will fig
ure in an Intersectlonal struggle ut
Detroit with Detroit university,
which a week ago upset tho dopo by
conquering W. Ai J., 20 to 9.
Special to Iho World.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29. Part of Kan
aaa C'lty'a ouota ot U0 bowling teama
took their turn in Mldweat tournament
play on the recreation alleji tonight. The
teama allowed well but failed to get into
the hlBh money close and the lourney
atandltiKa remain the eame.
Thanknglvlng day wilt eee a number
of crack ahooiera on the alleya. The beat
Kanaaa City bowlera will bo on the after
noon proKram of doublea and alnslea.
which elarls at 3 o'clock
In the evening the beet local five-man
teama will roll in tha flrat aquad while
tlio aecond aquad, which eoea on the
alleya at II 30 la composed ot threo beat
five-man teama from Wichita and Daven
port with a small aprinkltnf ot local
riayera . lat 2nd ard Toll
Carr 126 147 115 818
White UO 155 V0 Zib
IJootll U0 111 119 Hi
Maemussen 113 US 190 SSI
Lamb i:6 it3 m
Total! I. eU 687 737 20U
I O. C'urtrr.
Player 1st Snd 3rd Toll
Foreman 15 1S 1st till
K O. Carter 116 13! 1(5 493
M. l'atton 143 115 104 SSI
Nlohola 113 151 153 Hi
lieatwood Ill 160 119 4Cl
Totali 701 734 703 3133
llllio I. oiler.
Totals 664 804 755 5213
KliUhta of I'oliimbua.
Players lat 2nd
737 633 515 2405
Itarvev 146 161
Krledman 153 157
Kelnko 135 173
Youmc 161 149
Stout lis 130
Usselman 713 769. 321 2300
Crns . . .
694 723 316!
797 (63 143 2503
llllnl Carnival March.
CHAMPAIGN. Ul., NOV. 25
Over two hundred and fifty Invita
tions to tho sixth nnnual Illinois. In
door relay carnival, to bo hold hero
Saturday, March 3, have been moiled
from hero to all of tho largest uni
versities, colleges and prep schools
In tho country. Tho annual event Is
said to bo tho largest collegiate In
door relay carnival In tha world.
Villi tn .Meets Okmulgco.
VINITA, Nov. 23. Vmtta and
Okmulgee high schools will clash
on the gridiron Thanksgiving. ThU
has been Vlnlta's best season In
year, with 10 game's won out ot 12
Lewis vs. 7bsiUo Deeernlier 11.
ST LOUIS, Nov 29 -Kd (Strangler)
Lewis, world's heavyweight wrcat'.Ing
champion, nnd Stanislaus Zbvsiko, firmer
champion, have been signed to meet In
it champ'onship match here December 14.
It waa announ ed that a purse of 19,000
would be distributed, 76 per cent to the
winner and ?5 per cent to the lower
R-O M G
CIGAlt CO., Distributors
The Belting on Today's
Big Gridiron Games
Mv D WIS ,T. WALSH
(I N . SporMn Edllor)
Ni:W VOKK, Nov. 211. Tin; hook on tlm gridiron liandlfnp opens to
day nnd close tomorrow for tho Inst tlmo (luring tho 1022 season. At
coiilingl, we herewith post our odds nnd commend our luck to wlml
i;er n kindly fate may liato In store. We pay only on Iho now. 1 lace
and show may be cloe hut close doesn't count.
Here goea, as the fellow said nt lie untttl himself on n keg of gun
powder iiml reiithnl for his plM- mill match-cafe:
; to 'J on Cornell to bent Pennsjluinln, nnd place all the short end
money jou ciin get down.
i:ten money on Pittsburgh nnd Pcim Stale,
H to ft on Notre Dame to nut-score Nebraska.
2 to I on Viindcrhllt to tniikn It unanimous by hcntltiB the University
of Iho .South.
2 to I on Centre college to defent South Carolina.
Mtcn money " Detroit mill Vermont,
(h I on Colgate to bent Columbia.
i:en money on (icorgln Tech anil Alabama Poly.
It to I on Virginia oer North Carolina.
(1 to . on Washington and Lee over Johns Hopkins.
7 to ,"i on West Irglnla titer W. ft J.
5 to It on Tennessee oor Kentucky.
3 to - on Kansas oier Missouri.
i:en on Tulaue oter Louisiana. State.
i to 1 on Alabama to licitt Mississippi Aggies.
Kven money on Oklahoma and Wnshlngtoii university.
No (slds limited on giimes between nshlngtotv and Oregon, owing to
lack of adequate Information.
KT AT K.
At Tulsa t'nlverslty of Tulsa vs. Central
Teachels of f-dmond.
At Ht. J.outs--Oklahoma university vs
At Kort Smith, Ark Oklahoma A.
M. vs. Arkansas university.
At Durant i;ast Central of Ada vs.
At Weath-rford Oklahoma naptlst unl
vsrslty of Shawnee . Weathcrtord.
At Muskogee Tulsa high school vs
Muskogee hlsli school
At Tonkawa Oklahoma Military acad
emy vs. I. P. H.
At Oklahoma City Fort Smith high
achool va. Oklahoma City hlch school.
At Colllnsvllle Tulsa high school
seniors is Colllnsvllle high schoot.
At Kl Heno Enid high school s. El
Reno high school.
At l'alrfai Pawnee high school vs.
At Sklatook Tulsa high school Juniors
vs. Sklatook hlch school.
At Shawnee Ardmoro high school vs.
Shawnee high achool.
At Ilartlesvltle Dewey high school vs.
Dartlcavltle high school.
At Hominy Jennings high school vs.
Homlnv hlch school
At Wynona Ollton' high school vs. Wy
nona high school.
At Alius Law ton high school vs. Altue
At Cherokee Alva high school vs. Cher
okee high school.
At Hubert Clinton hlgn school vs. Ho
hart high school.
At Mangum .Mountain View high school
VS. Mangum high school.
At Erlck Sajra high school vs. Erick
At Frederick Weatherford high school
vs. Frederick high school.
At lllackwell Ponca City high schoot
vs. lllackwell high school.
At Pryor i;ufaula high school vs. Pryor
At Pawhuska Darnsdall high school va.
ePawhuska high school.
At McAlester nenretta nign scnooi vs.
MoAlester high school.
At Ardmorc Shawnee, high achoos va.
Ardmore high school.
At Shamrock Prague high school vs.
Shamrock high school.
At Kufaula llacone collex vs. Eu
faula high nchool.
At Carnegie Hlnger high school vs.
Carnegie high school.
At Seminole Centervlew high school vs.
Seminole high school.
At Yukon Oeary high achool va. Yukon
At Stillwater Nowata high school vs.
Stillwater high school.
At nrumrlght Cushlng high school vs.
Drumrlght high school.
At Lincoln, Neb. Notre Dam vs. Ne
braska, At Columbia. Mo. Kansas vs Missouri.
At Omaha, Neh. South Dakota state
At Marietta, Ohio Ohio university vs.
At Mount Union, Ohio ntram vs.
At Springfield, Ohio Ohio Northern va.
Wltteniiurg. . . . .
At Cleveland, Ohio Case vs. Western
At Manhattan, Kan. Teias Christian 1
unlverstty vs. Kansas Aggies.
At llaldwln, Kan. Ottawa, vs. Bsker.
At Wichita. Kan. Frlenda vs. Fair
mount. At McPhoraon, Kan. Southwestern vs.
At i,inasDorg, inn. muni esieyan
At Kmporla, Kan Emporia Normal vs.
At Topeka, Kan. Plttaburg Iormal va.
At Detroit Mich. Vermont vs. Detroit.
At Sioux City. Iowa, North Dakota vs.
At 5Iuulit r!ai,,t Persons vs.
At Des Moines, Iowa Nebraska Wealey
an vs. Des Moines.
At Sioux Kails, s. v. at, Tnomas vs.
At Liberty, Mo. Missouri Wesleyan va.
At Springfield, Mo. State Teachera vs.
At Fayette, Mo. Westminster vs. Cen
tral. At Dtoomlngton, lit. Illinois Normal
vs. Illinois Weslevan.
At Monmouth, 111. Knox. vs. Mon
At Peoria, III. Eureka vs. Ilradiey
At St. Louis. Mn. Michigan Aggies vs.
St. Louis university.
At Milwaukee, Wis. South Dakota va.
At Lewtaburg, Maine Bucknell vs.
At New vorK c oiumous vs coigats. i
At Lancaster, Pa. Frank ,t Marsh vs. I
At Washlngon George Washington vs,
At llalttmore, Md. John Hopkins va.
Washington & Lea.
At Allentown, Pa. Muhlenberg vs. Ural
nus. High up in
t usage JkSSSJvmWL West m
p'' Jj' N IllllllllilllllllllllllliliillllllllB
Curtain on Season
Philadelphia Pennsylvania vs Cor-
rirtsburgh Pittsburgh vs. Tenn
N, T. Hochester vs. Ho
At Waynesburg, Pa. Waynasburg"
At Morgantown, w.
ginU vs. Washington Jefferson.
At Huntington, W. Va. Louisville vs.
At Austin. Texas Texas university vs.
Texas A. & M.
At Atlanta, Oi,-Auburn vs. eOorgla
At Bristol, Va..Tenn. Klnr George va.
At Ilaton House, La. Tulane vs. Lou
At Ilirmtngham, Ala. Mississippi A. &
M. a. Alabama.
At Charlottes, S. C. Ersklns vs. Cita
del. At Chattanooga, Tenn. Oglethorpe vs.
University of Chattanooga.
At Clinton, S. C Newberry vs. Pres
At Danville, Ky. South Carolina vs.
At Durham, N, C Wofford vs. Trin
ity. At Greensville, S. C. Davidson vs. Fur
man. At Jacksonville, Fla. Clemaon vs. Flor
ida. At Knoxvllle, Tenn. Tennessee vs. Ken
tucky. At Lynchburg, Va. Randolph-Macon
At Islington, Ky. Georgetown (Ky.)
At Wilmington, Ky. Kentucky Wes
leyan va. Wilmington.
At Mobile, Ala, Mississippi college vs.
At Macon, Oa. Howard vs. Mercer.
At Nashville, Tenn. Sewanee va. Van
derbllt. At Norfolk, Va. Wake Forest vs. Hsmo
den.Sydney. At New Orleans, La. Marlon institute
At ttalelgh, N. C Maryland vs. North
At Roanoke, Vs. V. M. I. vs. V. P. 1.
At Richmond, Va. William & Mary vs.
At Shreveport. La. Louisiana Tech vs.
At Seattle, Wash. Oregon vs. Wash
ington. At Pasedena, Cal Washington State
Colter; vs. university of Southern Cal
ifornia. At Missoula, Mont. Idaho vs. Montana
At Denver, Colo. Colorado Aggies vs
At Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado
Mines vs Colorado college
At Salt Lako City, Utah Utah Agglas
vs. Utah universuy.
At Laramie, Wyo. Brlgham Young vs
At Ilerkeley, Cal. Santa Clara, vs. St.
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Red and White on Top in
Series With Muskogee,
Five Games to Three
MUSKOC1KK, Nov, 29. Peib-m
the olilef-t high school football ud
In the stale will bo renewed here to
marrow when Tulsa and Muskoges
clash. With tho exceptions of two
seasons when Muskogee was out of
the state ns-joclatlon, the two tiM.nu
have played every year inre lio,
with Tulsa coming out on tho Inns:
end of five games, Muskogee win
ning threo and two ending In tied
Coach K. W. Unit nnd his flgh'inj
lied and White team left Weilne.
day night for Muskogee and planned
to bo well rested from tho trip he
fore the game Thursday afternoon.
While thero has beon some tt
down In enthusiasm slnco the Tul. '
sans led by Monto Ledford have an.
nexod thu Little Ten championship,
nevertheless tho prospect of a battle,
with the old enemy, Mu.tkocee,
served to put the boys on their met
tle and tho same brand of fight ,at
won against Oklahoma. City and Ba
pulpa will be lu evidence.
A goodly number of supporters ot
tho Crlmon and Cream will go to
Muskogee Thursday morning to sei
tho battle, A crowd accompanied
Off Until Friday.
Special to The World.
IIAIITLKSVILLK, Nov. 29 IJar
tlesville was teeming with fight fans
tonight but thero was no fight.
Curley Smith, Knrtlesvillo middle
weight, who was to have mot Andy
(Kid) Palmer of Tulsa In a 20-round
bout tonight, was mysteriously miss
ing this morning and tho fight al
ready had been postponed until Fri
day, when ho was located In In
It waa announced that "Illness In
Smith' family" caused IiIb unan
nounced departure on the eve of his
bout with Palmer. Hut those who
nre "In" on tho situation say Curley
got cold feet nt tho last minute,
foarlng that ho was not In good
enough condition to take on such
a stiff opponent as Palmer. No ex
planation has boon received from
Smith's managor and Joe Hagen,
his former pilot, went to Indepen
dence today to get Curley nnd hrinir.
him back for the Friday night
Tho fight has attracted tremen
dous Interest hern. It was an
nounced this afternoon that the ad
vance sale amounted to more than
Dave Rosenberg Takes
On Mike O'Dowd Today
NEW YOUK, Nov. 20. Davo
Rosenberg of lirooklyn, designated
by tho New York stato athletic com
mission as world's niloilweiTht
champion, will box MIko O'Dowd ot
fit. Paul Thanksgiving day afternoon
In a 15-round contest In Brooklyn.
O'Dowd formerly hold tho world's
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