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175 ARE KILLED IN FIERCE RAGE RIOTS AT TULSA, 0KLA.
To'NIght'i Weather FAIR AND COOLER.
To-MorrW Weather FAIR.
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I "Circulation Books Open to All."
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VOL. LXI. NO. 21,755 DAILY.
Cotrri!i, 1021. by The ltm l'tihlMilog
C. (Thr New York World).
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1921.
entered aa Bectmd.eiruwi Matter
l"wat Office, Itfw YoUa, N. y.
PRICE THREE CENTS
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ENGLISH DERBY TO HUMORIST
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Racing Results, Charts an Baseball
1 - 1
BASEBALL
COMPLETE STORY AND BOX SCORE OF GIANTS-PHILADEL
PHIA FIRST GAME ON PAGE 17.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
FIRST
A? YORK:
Pmla.... 00002000 0
giants.,. 30302010
R. Merles nyan ami Smith; Ring and Hucry, Wncnt
SECOND
AT NBW YORK:
Phila.... 02000000
Giants... 0 0 115 10 0
Ratterles O. Smith anil Peters; Benton and E. Smith.
AT UusiTUN:
Brooklyn. 2 0 0 0 1 0 1
Boston... 2 0 10 10 0
Itattertes Ruc-ther and Miller, Watson and O'Neill.
AT CINCINNATI;
St. Louis. 1 0 2 0
Cincinnati 0 0 10
Bitterles Haines ami Dllhoefer;
AT PlTTSIlUHGH:
Chicago.. 0 0 0
Pittsburgh 0 0 2
liattt-rles Mart'.n and Daly;
AMERI CAN LEAGUE
AT WASHINGTON:
Yankees.. 0 0 0 ffl Q fS I
Wosh'gton 2 0 1 H a i
ltatte'rifs Mays and Tehran!? ; jo hnyon and Gharrlty.
FIRST
AT PHILADRLPinA:
Trc.r.. n n n k
i1W
Phib.... 0 1 10
HattcrlcM Jonn and WaJtern, l'e
SECOND GAME.
at naiiAonta'iiLA:
Boston... 0 0 0 0
Phila.... 0 3 0 0
ltatteri?s--lHlsh and Jtuol: Itom mi'l and IVrklni.
MINEOLA HANDICAP IS WON
BY AUDACIOUS AT 7 TO 5
Son of Star Shoot Wins Fea
ture at Belmont Race Track
7 a Length.
Hy mcctlt Trvannr.
-1 HACK T1LVOK, lUIliAlONT PARK,
June 1. The Mineola Handle-up, In-
tnnd"d to Kn' as a suburban handle
cap preliminary, and several othor
ici 7d races wrro offered at Ilclmont
Park to-day, but they attracted a
comparative few, and the Mk stand
appear' d almost vmpty when ,thr
field waa summoned for tho llrst race.
Amont; the early withdrawals fiom
Classified Advertisers
Important!
CtiMtftwd dTrttMnc copr tt
Th Hundir World heuld b
la Tk World ortto
On or Before Friday
Preceding Publication
THE WORLD
GAMS.
xxrxa
GAME.
1
3
8
0
o
1-
0-
5
4
0
0
Pipy and Hargravn.
0 0 0
O 1 o
OlazniT and Schmidt.
nog
GAME.
n n n
1
0
o-o-
6
3
V 'V
10 0
rry and J'erklns.
the Mlnoola were Pen Roue and
Invemlan, so that Interest centred on
Kteroal with Audacious and the Han
cocas pair, Dominique and Thunder
clap second In demand. The trak
continued lightning fast.
nie oiwncr went to Ile.vorly ltelle
Hfter who had shown the way from
the ood atart, followed first by
I Dove's ltoost and later by Friar's
1 Ku.h. Thnu;h the final eighth rlrk
Iwa.di'ye came fast under urKin and
not up to take second honors from
the tlrlnK Krlar's ltuh, Who awerved
toward the outer rail through the
final slitepnth. The favorite lilack
stone was away poorly under Itlce's
handliiiK and was never a factor In
th mnnliiK.
The Mtepleo.hase de-veloped Into a
fliiHco. After Kalr Atac, the favorite.
1 had txen subjectod to repeated Inter
ference and crowded off trie, course
00 that he went outside one of the
beacons on the upper turn. Tie fought
his way to the hetd and finally drew
away hnndlly to finish first. Reddest
finished second and Ormead third.
After lonjr deliberation the ateople.
dhartc stewards decided that the race
oupht to go to Reddost despite the
fact that hu and his stable-mate hail
been responsible for Fair Mac's mis
fortune. The latter was pounds the
best and would have won by many
lengths without Interference, Vane
Evening World Racing Chart
BELMONT PAItK, JUNE 1. WEATHER. CLEAR. TARCK PAST.
lOO nicBT n.iOE TwMtmlAl! maideoa
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i. punier.
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1. Wldencr entrj. M. 1 llulden entry,
etwed. but wwi tiring int. at th end.
1!Uhnt
Unshed out HtnHic.
Trail was awarded tl. 1 place.
Kennessy took an easy fall from
James A. Sheridan on the second turn
of the field, Frank llryan, A. P. Hit?
jtlnson and Harry rf. Pace were the
stewards. Their action provoked
more, ridicule than praise for It was
apparent that they awarded the
honors to horses who had no rlht
to any part of the purse. Stoward
Hryan when Interviewed admitted
that an Investigation had been
started reKardlrrK Fennesay'a han
dling of James A. Sheridan.
Fleeted II proved the handy winner
of the third race. She showed the
wily over tho six furlong straight
course from end to end, and was
easily better than Genie W
Dough
Olrl and the others, Including the
favorites Knnlade and Valley of the.
Moon. The latter pulled up sllehtly
lame, a distant lost.
The Mineola resulted In a 'brilliant
victory for Audacious when he went
the mile In 1:33 3-6, and shi .ed the
way home to Eternal, on which thu
Slm'a confederacy warered heavily.
The winner raced Thunderclap Into
BTibmlnsIon in the flrst five furlonf-a,
and then had enough left to easily
withstand the challenge offered by
Kternal.
The latter entered the stretch run
ning slightly wide and was hard
ridden In the effort to overtake, the
winner and finally hung In the last
ffw strides. Veto overtook the tir
ing Thunderclap and was third.
Audacious was 7 to & in the betting.
Kternal was an odds on choice.
(Racing; Entries on Pago 18).
- cUtaln; four and one-halt forloora. atrairfit
toy Undo Irabel.
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BELMONT PARK ENTRIES.
nrajfojer I-AIUI. J.in l The mtrle. for u
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124
10 BLOCKS BURNED IN RIOTS;
2,000 NEGROES ARE ROUNDED UP
FIRE INSURANCE FUNDS
TO GAMBLE IN
ll
Mr. Untermyer Brings Out
That Officers of Companies
Haunt Wall Street.
NO RESTRICTIVE RULES.
Reserves of Life Companies
areiuuv uuaruea oy i.aw
J
Cnr;nL-1T Qr-onHnl 'Vm.AA
Offlcora of lire Insurance companion
depend for crotltii for their ahtck
hoKlern more upon playing the Mock
market In Wall Street with thHr r
.erve funds (prcjiumatily truit fiind
protrctlnc the policyholder iiK:Unt
fire lo(i) than upon nclvutlflc oper-
atlon s atraluht Are Insinance aeen-
ei hummi untwmrer chawtd b..
foro the Lockwood Cotnmlllee
ALLOWS
' " ' ' "
ir . .... ......
,,uu,""s "-aajr, purauing tne in-
into
the effect of lnnurance
lTJOnaiTlons on bulldllii; costa and nn-
Testimony wa Riven that the free.
tVwn of Investment whlrli thl Stat
allows to fire InHiiraticn rompanle
wm ued by them to liny and !.'ll
"hltrhly speculative eecurltlnn" lndu.
trlal stocks, oil stimk-s and huMIn;
oinpanle ownln? rai ostHtr-thmiKh
real estate Investments are speclflc-
1 ally forbidden to life lnsurancu com-
panlt. The sky U the limit.
Mr. Untermyer.
suld
The companle are "In and out of
the market, day by day, all through
the year," witnesses said, truyliiK and
selling stocks a thf !r values fluotu-
ate In the Wall Htrvet ijuotAtlons.
Samuel DutschtTi;er, Chief Kt-
amlner of fire companies In the U-
partment vncitKed In verifying and
I aPt,rA'B'"' the security possevnslims of
was called as a wit-
inn companies,
n.ss.
11 lru" tnKl tne ""llnv:s of.lng. others who started from leindon
fire, iliall r. tlO. Mirnrmnti.. .. .u n.l..l.
laneous stocks and Industrial eeourl
Ues?" asked Mr. Untertnynr.
"Yeis," said Mr. Deutschberger,
Q. Are they not speculative securi
ties of a character In which a trtlsN'e
In this state Is forbidden by law to
Invest? A. That Is so.
(Mr. Deutschberger seemed a till
out of sympathy with Mr. Unter
myer's line of investigation and coun
sel's tone reflected displeasure with
the tone of the replies.)
Q. Isn't the sky the limit In the
limitation on fire Insurance company
Investments? A, I don't llko to say
that. There are restrictions.
Q. Home restrictions? What? A.
They are limited to the securities of
solvent corporations, sir.
- (Continued on fVxvind Page.
than
THORNCLIFF ENTRIES
tenure 11 icr. jVf
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Trump. lOS,: John I THy.
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tTT. lw); nlerneluw, 120; tbne IHJit. loll , AM r'
rknan Our. 11"; " " H: TIIIllD ItACK-Hli furkrkrs. HUw,
iilwiffi S5!SfcUeK W' IS-TO and i., wonj Donovan. .J5,
7'rri1t7.erN,'onllf 11"rte, , third. Time.
(rr1. 11U; Rnkiswi, H; luniir, Kri; 'An- , 1.2S 2-5. Non-atarters Vtm. Norfolk
SSrtmi- O.uiB'l.'iw,- tVe.,-.MiW.: ! th K.iy and Mary Oowell,
orui and ieeit!i-ntt mlW TTk. K Wr- o
Mri. f"i, I'lvrl Owireillr. ul- MWill ll'.Hl'T ,.,.,, ..,., ..,
KH U'al'er irA.iw 1( 'IVeix, IOIj niK M"OHl.l IIUVKI, lltinK4U.
Van. lie) : rVwet Awle. I",, lei Arrnle. IMIllaer (World) Ilgllduif. 13-M 1'ail
li.iT. llWj fvlei llrk. HO. tiealToliiur 21. !(; iuw. N. 1. do Tele.ie llr.aimn louo.
rWVtew. lo:: 'KiivUltf 2,1. 111. . -1 r.mi for turun and parrel. Pirn ilir and
'AliTtnaittcw allowaorv claAa4. Weather niaht. Moiwr bruen and lrarllri chorfcj for
dear, tra-k fiat. I eale. A4rt.
STOCKS; STATE
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Viscount Asbr's Craie an Eran
ic cmn-i ,n,i i
Is Third.
KPSOM DOWNS, KnRland, June I
(AsnorJated I'rew). To-day' Derby, ,
conslclcred ty rarlne men one of the '
rmmt open turf events In recont years,
wii.i won Dy j. li. joern numormt, who
hurt been heavily tackM at price.!
ranKinic from 1Z to 1 asalan to the
starUnK price of s to 1 astin.t. Th
time. r the race wa 2 minutes 45 sec
onils,
llumnrlit was cloifly presseil hy
VlsiUlllIlt AHtur'M tntc.ni..tV.n . r. I !
k'"t homo only by a neck ahead of
that horse.
Jo..s.h Watson's Lemonom, in thin
plao, to throe rnKths N-hlnd Cralc-
Hti-Kmn. while die favorite. Ai.ir.
Itrivk. ownixl by Hlr J. Iluchanan. m
rounn.
Thf-re was a false start befor the
horf-'s Kt away, and It wa 3.I0 o'clock
before tln-y were off,
llohcnilan. an American bors owne.l
' by A. K. Macomtier, was onion- th
"also rune."
Althoiih the raclrur of the dav did
not becln until 1.30 o'clock the iiurs'
was alnady crowd.,) by 10 A. M..
thoiiHands of iiwiplr having erpeint th
, nkht In tovw, rar Kleom and
gone to the iviwns .ariy in the morn.
mmwm
OF ENGL SH
DERBY
EPSOM
DOWNS
! at daybre ak found the roads Jammed , , . ., . . , '
I with tramr. which at n..n. the nt I nfKro faced each other across railroad tracks.
airship 11-33, one of the aircraft First reports to Police Headquarters stfid that the bodies of from six
watching the congestion from over-1 10 ten negroes could be set'n lying in a space described as "No Man's
, head for the authorities, reported by i
wireless, had completely blockrd all I '
! travel at Kweii. The leniioe then The police also had a report that three railway switchmen and a
started to divert the throngs of motor biakenian had been shot to death.
I cars by ..ther roads. Tiie attendance The trainmen were killed, it was reported, because they refused to
was estimated at 500,000. permit members of tlie opposing crowds to ride upon a switch engine
! ihe unusually heavy roud ramc ; between the lines. The engineer was reported to have escaped.
iz rrr fy?n aiin !i,ct,riot, wcr? r!Ty-
dai trains thing which had not 1 three, Randall, Kan., shot through tlie breast, and P. M. Baker, Havelin.
happened slniv IMS, when the first j Kan., twenty-seven, sliot in the back with buckshot. The body of an
1 trains ran to Kpsom. other was later identified as Walter Haggs, twenty-seven, of Tulsa. Mil
King George. Queen Mary, the j parents live at Uroy, N. Y. A twenty-year-old white boy named Olson
i-riiice ot wann ami oxner miimfHrrs
of th- royal family attended the race-i.
' .Kiii k ,1 , the extreme northern end of the
shed third In the 2.000 guineas race. .... . . . .
i isrieu mini in tne i, guineas race
'. ....ii ..i.iv. ....
i Kran. in this race, i.-monora fin -
ishe-i s(.ond.
RACING
RESULTS
at dorval.
KIltST KACIe- Mve furlonns Morn.
4J 'Ilia 41.3", iir-i; uiveu.ll. J .
itrionil, C'arruthers, third. Tlmu
1 ;10 1-5. Non-cturters Hoaa Ie and
The Clirare.tte.
HfKONn IIACB Mladeal, 13. US and
2.0, first; CoL Chile, M.JS, .eond;
i iAtinle Uean, third. Time 1 :0I J.S.
MARTIAL LAW
AN
ffl ARE
TI
SAVE WHITES AND NEGROES
White Residence Sections of City
Saved From the Flames After All
Night and Morning Shootings
Airplanes, Autos arid Guns Used.
TULSA, OkJm, June 1
'Charles W.Daley of the police force this afternoon estimated
., , e. . , , ,
number of dead from the race clash here at 175.
Me said he believed a
burned to death when their
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.,
; and negro s, have bcn' killed in the
an carrier telephone message to
pjj aj Tulla
.
,lW 3,1 Tuk'A
, . . t i
, 11.1.1 A. m. mmiV an.1 AlllT I .!
" j i'iw hi wuaiuiiu m
1 ,tl.. Tk. 1 .
,,c '"J1' ,utr KY.cii .oyer me .oiig-aisianc teiepiioii after
i 2 talk wit1' tlie nen, who said it was impossible' for the Fire De
partment to enter the negro section and that the 'lames were raging
there with no successful etlort toward getting them under control.
TULSA, Okla., June 1. Nearly ten blocks of the negro section of
Tulsa, wheje an arined conilict lias been in nroirrcss between white men
and negroes since early last night,
1. . t , .
lMst sh 'n,,es ,uk1 (,ft-v 'WR"
were in names to-cay. At noon it was believed tlie white residential
section would be .saved.
At noon 2,000 negroes had been gathered at Convention Hall
under guard. It was filled, as was also tlie police station. The remain
der of thos: gathered up are king taken to the Uaseball Park, all under
Jimexi guard.
A military cnrnmLssion composed of seven city officials and business
I men to paSS upon the status of (lAXK) necroCS held Under mard in Im.
nmviv1 nriam nrnrr; u,i fnrrne,!
, y. . , , " .1
! '" apprOV.H
I As ywn as It" was dawn this
a-here fhmin'honl the iirv fimrnini' hnnr: Sm white men mi 4 rvvi
was j a( me railroad Station.
In a frcsh outbreak at 7Jo o'clock in the Standpipe Hill District, in
... . . . tu tr,
I white woman, was shot in the left
1 standing on the front porch of her
1 one oi a score or more rarnciMw in a cnuiui.
Occupants of the last car to go through the negro district this morn-
jing reported that fullv 1,000 armed negroes were still to be seen.
Sam after the first appearance of the negroes last night the streets
were tilled with shouting, gesticulating men. Suddenly there was a rush
' for spurting goals houses and hardware stores, where the crowds broka
in and armed themselves with whatever weapons they could find. Guards
men were uvd to disperse the rioters at the stores, and a military ordei
contiscateu an stocks ot arms in uic
' put down,
The trouble Is re-ported to have 4.
been the result of the arrest late
yewitnrday of Dick Rowland, negro, for
an alleged tusault on an orphan girl.
8ET NEGRO QUARTER ON FIRE
TWICE.
The first attempts to tiro the negro
quarter were made about 1.30 o'clock
this morning, when white men openly
threatened to destroy the locality.
Two houaiw at Archer and Iloston.
used by more than fifty negroes as a
garrison, were set aJlre at that time
and an alarm was turned In. Kffort
of the Fire Department to lay hoso
IS DECLARED
RUSHED IN
(4.40 P. M. Bulletin. Major
number of negroes had been
homes were swept by fire.
Juae l.-Sevcnty-fivc persons, whites
race outbreak in Tulsa, accordins to
Gov. Robertson frorn ttic Chief of
VaS orJcrJ Gov. Robertson at.
...
IIirrf ii-i c n J In . I
... , ... ...
resulting in the reported death ot at
. .... . ..
rapidly increasing list of wounded,
riv Uiuir T l"i U.n n,:
c r ' 1."
01 t-iOl. IJarrCU.
mornine tirinjr came from a srit
negro quarter, Mrs. S. A. Gilmore, i
,,.nn,i rM. u r-j, '
-
arm and side
Mrs. Gilmore was
home when she was shot by a negro,
ciiy uiiui wc aisiurrance could W
! were stopped by a crowd of armed
white men and the department re
turned to its etaUon.
The attempt to destroy the necm
quarter by Ore was "reromed fiv
hours later when almost slmultane
ously fire began to burst forth front
the doors and windows of framt"
shacks along Archer Street. Boot
dense clouds of black smoke envel
oped the location. Under coer of tht
sipoke screen armed men in moloi
cars and afoot threw a cordon about
the place where the negroes were sta
tioned and occasional shoU gavt
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