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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 191.".
BE V EM t Tulsa High School Faces the Best Athletic Year in Its History vt ' 4 ' f K Eyes o Fai.s Are Centered On the Ross-Tate Bout at the Gn 1 Opera House Monday Night ANOTHER CHMPIOM ELEVEN FUR T .H. S. grei at be tactically All of Last Year's Players Will Be Back Again. Although the training will be de layed by the late start of school, TuIm high school ihould develop .1 football team this year and one winch may prove ni.it' uhamplon, There will be fifteen f hint year"! men t" answer the call and several players from other towni will be here. The high iohool team hud a strenuous time '.ist year because of lack of ex perlenced nun, ami almost the en tire time was taken up by Instruc tion in fundamentals. The result is that this yeai the local aggregation should have M Strong a defense as ; nj team of Its class in ihe state, liven last yeai flashes of good farm were shown In the line from time t" time, but not enough lo keep them from being r mediocre team. The. value if the team of lust season will be appreciated when the practice be gins, and the coach finds he has men who at least lew been through the lire. sunt. Candidates, The end position wll have Impoy. Crura'j and Tuttle to make things lively for each other, and whoever else may come "1 for I Ins place. A it ch ai of Inti rest w ill also oen uronnd the competition for tackle as there will be three Rtrong contest ants In Burton, Lauteret and Camp boll, Young and Brown are guards. While Overton and Todd Will contest till renter position. lii the backfleld the team will also fortunate, Betser, lasi years fuii- jek retinns. as does Hawkins, a llf, There men are g I defensive l ivers and should make II solid wall Ihe secondary defense. Miller. was backfln'd substitute, will Ian I... honti OVi no Ihe to w men tt.e quarterback position will lane to be I. ami tins is a very serious prop- Pi,, n ns there Is positively no one has woikid iii that place. How- over, H ere are two experienced men coming fiom out of town to try for Vacancy. Besides these veterans e will be an unusual amount of new material on account of Ihe added t In the si hool. It woiiiu not surprising to see some of Hie Ola men lie.ilen OUI Of their accustomed position by a newcomer. Need (.o,,(i Passes, Tlie uie1 on the lin, s should av erage h hundred and fifty or fifty flve ami with a Uttle more training fehould he good enough to hold any high school team, The task will he to develop an offense. This will call individual attention on tne pari f the coach. A punter and a passer among those lacking, and these departments must receive special ttentlon to have modern football. A mi which cannot use tne orwaru cannot win. The enai aemon- trated that thej coird receive passes year and with a good man t" w the hall they should get away , good number or tne mugs. , mo dioli With he whole team, must he taken Into ecnsiuer.ii ion there has m-ver oeen any organ isation of the sport nor any toiiiin, established, II will probably he before the school will nave a tern of coaching that can rci an v have out of the nu n. I'ntil this omp'ished, n,, prospects can oe iK 1 1 1 thut dope of them will not rgely R matter of speculation. hirh HI lliinl will h;iv , noou material this fall, but it will he up to ach to stimulate tne propel into them and to mold them team, Mm Have Regular Coach. school board is contemplating employment of a regular coacn high s'hooi athiettes. He will ins hands full with tne team v il h a full s, iiad of v eterans in line a nil two or three good nun I, the secondary defense as a nucleus. is no reason wny ins msi cuo- should not be a success. The iptnln of the team mis not nn tea, but will oe cnuuBii ui en g of the school. .1 list w ho win the honor Is uncertain as t n team is so well naiancea mat tner li as vet no particular star. While the schedule has not been pranged, it will probaWy be much the ..inio us last year. This includes riklnhr.tnn PltV. Musk 01:10. Vmita. PuwhusKa, Hipuipa aiei schools, tine feature or is t hat a majority of the be played on the home Inst n aeon the team had three games In Tu'sa. ii on elated by both tn ,f wh( fillei Willi thi the inte be tor are t w o t pnss st ral last 1 hr, Wtt h In It t hat vein: sy I hey is 0C so hr Pigskin Artists Back On T. H. S. Eleven B mm ED GALLAGHER IS BACK A AND M, 'oiintT Collegiate Athletit Star i" Co tell Still water Bunch. npceisi i ma v BTU.l.WATE Gallon! i bus olU ge lie Is lo I,.' training and i John Ooi h it to go west i n health, and in form, r inenibi ever brought gratifh .itii ii faculty, etude port, is of the Oallagher Ic ami has In i n fame as an st hernldi ,1 lht elrcli .- He m i . i I, In S, p 4 Rd ,m, back to A I M dl tor f physicsl i. k i , t. ic replacing i re, ntl.v resigned UUIll of his wife's ibl) i" return of .i df t in- colli ga force forth more genuine d expei teflon from i and aihietn rap. Institution f iv, rite a i A. A It, i ... c tlx da v s of his 1 1 Is prowess Is ri'tithweet M mi, that In nthletle :i events U an all- has no United I i moi l I h It I. JAMBS Hawkins Halfback of 1914-18 team. Hack again this year. KENDALL SQUAD ON the job Tomorrow w. s Last year fullb; liable player this ck, who will be val season. . I ..I nf stands high in the athletic w rid Ha cinnes to Ktlllwnter direct from the Baker, At Raki r he was head eoa h of nil branches of sporl nnd this Ih a record hull team finished third in Missouri Coach Schmidt Says He's Going After the State Championship. year's team ore now al the college. John young, .star quarterback, will nol be in the Initial skirmishes as be is now in st. Louis, pastlmlng. He probably will ntiiin within the next week or ten days, However, a sub stitute will work In his place during the preliminary stages, These of las; year's team who will be seen In practice tomorrow are Ralph Handler, end; Bill Edwards, backfleld; Prank Balcer, guard; Harrj , .Miller, fulll ack. It I A ISED 8 III III I.I . Sept. 2.r BSastern Preparatory school of Claremorc at Tu'sa. Oct - Oklahoma School of Mines at Tulsa. Oct. !' Ada normal at Tulsa, Oct 18 A. M. college al Stillwater. Oct. 23 Methodist university at Tulsa. Oct 29 Alva normal at Alva. I Pittsburg (Kan.) unlversltj al Tulsa. NOV. 8 Oklahoma university at Tulsa. NOV, 1!' Phillips university at Tulsa. NOV. J6 Arkansas university at Tulsa, II, aid Is Back. "Red!" Heald, who starred with the iii;h school t, mi two years BgO and last year handled the "Quarter" posi tion on the high eleven, will report for Workout Monday. He Will be a eon tender for all end position. "Red" Hundley, who played in the Kendall hue last year, will try out for a backfleld position this year, A new man of whom much is expected Is Prank Carmlchael of Tonkawa, He is only ti feet 3 Inches In height and Weights around the 190 mark. For speed, enough is said when he dashes down the 100 yards in 111 seconds without a fraction, Everett Peist, who played a back- team finished third ami tied for state title; track team finished second and third; basketball team ii,,i for first and won gtnte title; tenuis team wen tWO state champll nshlpS and one Mis souri valley title; soccer team won title in 1914; and he held the only swimming tournament In Kansas. 1 1' hi- Mam It, -in ,U it wa. ai Oklahoma A. k M. rnl- lega that he made the records that captured Oklahoma's admiration, lie featured In track and now IioMh the state and southwestern mark In the 220-yard dash, time 21 S-B seconds; and In the 220-yard hurdles, time 24 3-r. seconds; and the Oklahoma record In the 100-yard dash, time !l 4-."i second He was oahtain of Ihe Aggie track team two years and wan also captain of the football team, being cln, sen as an all-i iklahorna mall ami captain of that combination, too BRAVT.S TAKE SECOND PLACE FOR PENNANT Wolgast vs. Harvey Thorpe Tomorrow wA WESTERN IS WINNER IN NATIONAL GOLF Robert A. ( tardner ( ( 'In (;iii Sw cris Away All ( loiitenders. ! (KTItl 'IT imnteur' goll i roro i he ,ii st, oi Hinsd He club, this afternoon m OUt-droVi and out 1, Tills the i spirit into Tin the for have but tl thei Ti .1. openln li cei ait Nothing short of the stale cham pionship In football will .satisfy the Kendall college eleven this year and ij is with this in mind at least la athletes will appear In Uniforms Mon day afternoon at the college campus. Although not thoroughly acquainted with the players and the material he will have to work with, Francis Schmidt, physical director of the col lege, and who will assist Sam Mc- Blrnej in coaching the team, la chuck full of optimism, Schmidt has been with Nebraska university for several years engaged in athletic work and is an acknowledged authority on foot ball. Schmidt played on the same foot hall team with Johnnie Bender, now eoach for Manhattan college. l ull of "Pen." "Judging from stories I have heard about this Ken, lull bunch I think the college will have a great COOtoail team this year. 1 think we have plenty of material and n Btate championship crew will be turned out, if possible," Schmidt said yesterday. Schmldl ar rived In Tulsa last Tuesday . i The majority of the players on last field position with alley. Kan., last v,ar, also will be one of Ihe year. He probably thi' line. lie weighs I men tin 'work for pounds. Kill, i high new will I 66 l.e klv. all-Kansas tackle of high schools, will report Monday with jhis ISO pounds and six feel in tal'npss. Leekly did all the scoring for the Southwestern against Manhattan two years ago. New One Looks timid. I Carl Amnions of Arkansas City, Kan., who was all stale halfback in j high circles last year, has enrolled for the next lei in al Kendall and is ex pected to make some of the regulars IgO fast to retain their first team I positions. "Little'' Jones, who starred last year on an end position is back again this year. Jones is recognised as one 'of the fastest men on last year's Pain and that he wi'l hold his position I again this year is practicall) certain, Coach Sam McBirney, who Is out of town, will return Within Ihe next few days and every da) after 4 o'clock he will he seen in charge of the Presby terian ( b vi n. See 'am Monday. That a boy: i:v VORK, Sept. i By defeat ing Brooklyn again today the Hus ton Braves moved into second place in the National league pennant race, forcing the Sup,rbas into third place However, only one point now separates the two teams and they arp liable to chance positions again on Monday, win n both tackle new opponents. Ihe Hraves playing New fork, while the Brooklyns cross bats with Philadelphia, the leader, Philadelphia maintained its lead by winning over the tiiants in an extra-Inning struggle. The Phillies are now 3;', points ahead of the Braves, but Will have to extend themselves next week to hold their advantage, Boston supporters are enthusiastic over the chances iif the Hraves. pointing out that in the next few games, at least, they will be pitted against a weaker team than the II ague leaders The Huston lied Sox impi"Vcd their had in the American pennant race by half a game In winning their eighth straight game. while the Tigers divided a double-header The Ud BOS an now three games ahead of Detroit Boston will engage the Yankees in two contests on Monday. While Detroit has a more formidable rival in Chicago. SO that much de pends on the outcome of the Labor day i m ounters PORT SMITH. Alk.. Si pt 4. The greatest lightweight enntmt In the history of the southwest is expected when Ad Wolgast, the former champion of the world and Fighting Harvey Thorpe of Kansas City, clash In a III round decision bout here on Ihe afternoon of Labor Day The match will be slagid bj the Alkali.'. IS tthletir Unsocial and as the bout is tO be held indoors the siate of weather will not be able to interfere in an) manner, Thorpe is regarded as the elevens! comer in the lightweight division be tween the Rock) and AlleKhenj mountains. He has shown SUl'h unusual form thai but onlv a Rhort tune ago Sun Marbiirgcr. one of tin foremost fight managers In the country, took him under his wing I,, develop him Into a champion Murburger is manager of Jack Dillon ami a numbei of other noied list artists. TP, Kansas Clt) bo) recclltl) sprung into great promi nence b) a splendid showing against Joe HI vers, The Nabor Da) ' i will no Thorp's last appenranci In the west and southwest for ooveral months as Mutiuger Morburger Intends taking him east where in has signed Thorpe for o half dozen Important nulls, should Thorpe deliver the goods against WalgUSl and also on his eastern invasion, lie will no doubt be matched to meet the wlni f the Rivers Mandol contest to be si. i gad hei e in earl) Januai GUSHING BEAT THE TULSA "REGULARS" ,ii Plotter 10B, elv lin.. Vivour 111!'. 1 1 ill k b ll.i Triumphs let im V'liiin i 113, Lord Producers Stu rt d Well Hut Couldn't Hold ii Handy Lead. Oiile 10(1 I Hill, Jim Wnl, 100, Hovilllan llorkvalo tig. Ho icni BACK Mm forlongi: Hsrri jr nj. IUomih ij: llntor Prya 134, Dm in. no on l in I'lKTll kvi'K Pwo furlongi Single MU-k (5, Duke t Duluth IIS. Zellwood 86, Kihtoh 43, GoBiptlmsnt IS, Rlbart 1 1, Ssannoa River 57 SIX I II RACK Kls SSd half fur Iodsi Trl 104, Huul hern Htt mi. Rdni Konns 104, Psfrwestber I OB, Pin I inn. t.,h ii, Bansiinn 00. UmPIv Cholrt 112, Rmlunii 113 Si ittlh Knigsl 1PJ. Ilinh MAGIRL AND KIRK CLASH LABOR DAY Hirtletvllle, high ledule ol her thi I lll gl only This t school teresl of will un Is. as two or will be i m : he and the supporters or in ; ,1 a result of which much in ihould be displayed in the work team. TULSA COLTS PLAY SAPULPANS T0DAY Kendall Players Who Report for Duty Tomorrow Morning Tw Negro Teams Will Clash .it Association Park ;t :: O'clock. Here jrou are. fans; Tin- Tulsa Coltl and the Saptilpa TUiies will mingle for nine merry In , ngS ai Association park today, the game Starting at 3 o'clock. The game today will be the first of a series of two Launs the second to be played Monday, Labor day. The Tulsa ColtS is recognized as pel hap" thi fastest negro team In the state and it has humbled every team it has met thus far this seiuion. The ColtS played the Tulsa federals a :i to game here earlier In the season. lb soles good baseball there is cer tain to he lots of coined', mixed In tb. cutest. The Sap ilpa team has not appeared lure previously this s-asoii. but they also have B record Of a nice long strinK of victories Twenty-five cents general ndmls sioti will be charged, While a 10-eent lee for a grandstand seut will be the popular price. A large section for while people will be reserved in the grandstand. Remember the time- 3 o'clock at Association park. i m . . M .A I.EO III Aged 21' years, year's team. Suli end of last Aged 1914-11 HARRY M 21. Fill I ha and fi rim i ,LEn k of T. 11. 8. Kendall, star. UAM'II HANOI. KY Ased .'1 Wight end and one of the mainstays of the Kendall eleven. CC8H1NQ, Sept t Cushlng out linked ihe Producers ami took the big end of a 7 to li score in a ten inning battle hire today It Wasn'l What Would be called a SClentlfil game, but was as exciting and as intensely ilileiesling as any game played here Ibis yeai Each team had one earned run, the others be ing gifts. Tulsa was Ihe most po lite in this line, handing Cushlng Six, Willie the CUShtng hlled lo p donated five to the Visitors Albus featured Willi a bonier OVCI right field fence, a solid four-pl swat that had a sickening sound In Ihe local fans The game WS free from any bickering or fussing. only one kick being registered and that was When Hopper vv.i called for failing to touch third. The game was won in Ihe last half of the tenth, when two were down, when Snapp singled, Stoll ond and third ami scored on Burke's peg through Albus. Same i, in battle Inre tomorrow and Mondaj nnd will he in Tulsa on Thursday, Prlday and Saturday, Beptembei l and l I TULBA , vit u ll pu v K, llurke. r X 2 l I I " Piiri- II, 3 o 1 II 1 a Hopper, if 4 l j i i ' llorrls, 4 I 2 1 '2 4 Mini-, all 4 I 1 0 2 It Palkjr, "Jl 4 o n j . . Paras, rf 4 0 " - 0 " Hopper, rt 4 l J o 0 BitM, ,i 1 ij n (i o Totals 3:i I -7 I 1 1 CtTSHING ah R 11 TO f PewoU, : 1 1 9 I 1 gaapp, ab ' I 2 1 3 1 llnu-r. rf 4 1 2 I I Barge, lb 3 1 2 I 0 Lssfrsacs, bb 4 0 3 0 .', 1 lli.rn. If 4 I 1 " " n Cart, r. II, 4 I I 11 a " Itriiwn. r 4 I I 7 I 1 Odium. , a 0 II 0 3 ii Willie 0 Q O l 1, I. Nlwlesr, p 1 0 0 11 0 1 Total f 11 tl II .' Until, I tot lliilam io righlli. Hrorf by inoiugn:: Telss 2on 111 010 0 -o Cufhio 000 000 a 10 I 7 I F.KLMONT RACE ENTRIES 35 'Si KIIIST RACK. Six a. at rnr hs'f fsrloagl Ira i' 108 -ir.rrn 103, Ron 101 THiln 0T, Kepklhra 111 Hovlll 11: Hi.i. bin lit Vaskta HMhtai lie, Bhf w .1. kl -en II . HECOgtl RACK " and 01., llltrrotl sdlai Charier Maul ,, Hedgf i"'.. lliian 1,. I 1 tr, ri k 0 T. Walk 117 IIIIKI' RACK til ar.l sae-seH fur. Isags; Rsaesthkotn 103. Pretlslse let, t.atid DHHJ1 RIGHT, Sept. I Two good pugilistic combats will be staged In the An, loin, theater on Labor dav I ii inns Mac. 1 1. Sept. 4, Allien, ,1 s haiupton is a vmith llotiert a. Qardner 1 lin igo, swept the the ea- I. -feat. the final match of t ittonol title. lie laved .l.uin H. Anderson ol Slwanoj club, Mount Vornon, N V . and iiis winning mar- gln was five up ami four holes lo play. This ll the third great feat of the , hampton cai ei lie achii v ed nn tlonal reeugnltlon as a golfer In io, Winn In w,,ii iii,- amateur champion ship from Chandler Rgan of OhlcagOi ai Wheaton, 111 ills other victory occurred on an athletic field. As 11 member of the Vale track toum he one- Iii I.I H,e world's pole vault record with a mark of 13 feet inch. Mlssiil Hhori DiivcH, Gardner's victors would have been no, re one-sided had he played his morning n und with the same deadly accural ,v I hit he displayed this after noon Audi rsi n had a lead of line up w hen tie first i i. oh s were com pleted, four times during that much of Ho n eonti i. Qardner missed putts ol three let ,,r less, in ihe after noon ins short game was full) as ef fective as Anderson's. This gave Gardner an Important advantage for his tremendous drives far outclassed those of in- opponent. Players who had competed In the tournament earlier In the week, said that Gardner al tiiin s droi e his ha II fart I'M I hall any man who figured in the cham pionship play, not even excepting .1 e: se lullforde of I loston. The reguluritj with which the Chi- eagoan dropped hlS approach shot nr. tin green seemed to disconcert An derson, The latter, who has been considered one of the steadies! stars in the American goll flrmanent, be gan lo force his lee shots ami mid iron drives Some experts thought, thai Anderson was compelled to do so to gel greater distance and take his chances with Ihe uncertain re sults. Instead of using his easy, smooth suing, Ihe New York man lunged savagely with his driving clubs and in the middle of his effort seemi d to lose direction. Drives Into Mreaiii. His ball explored the sand pits, hunkers, tall glass, wagon nils, traps ami forests and he climaxed his poor luck b) dining Into the brook which guards tin falrl) short twelfth hole. This shot occurred In the afternoon while playing the thirtieth hob- of Ihe match and it practically clinched the championship for Gardner, I The western star, With all the grace i of a trained athlete, displayed Utile outward effort. His lithe body j braced as his long powerful arms SWUng his club and Ihe ball usually traveled tvve hundred yards or more down tin- course, On one occasion Gardner dropped ins second drive on In green more than five hundred yards from where in- had teed off, iie'con- KtStenth made no effort to hole his thud shot, betng seemingly content to obtain a safe four ami, therefore, gave Anderson no chance to cut down his bad. This method of play proved successful It nut onlv improved Gardner's shots on the green but had more 01 leM to do with the fuel that I Andersor won onlv one hole during i in- afternoon, Vnderson Concedes Match. The match ended when the thirty second green was taken by Gard ner, Pi,, m Un- thirty-first tee, .it yards away, 'he westerner sent his ' ball high in Ihe air and it dropped far from the flag short, Just behind third shot did not Gardner tried for his putt by a foot. follow up the of- conceded the mutnh but (lariliier carelesslv laolie.l Hint: coming from .b.plin. w ill met I Sailor Kirk in a 1 0- rOund boui. substituting for the scrap with Battling Nelson, which was ad vertised but later called off Jimm) White and l'oung Togo are training out with Kirk ever) dav and unbared with Kirk, la ranidlv day.'' he said "and I believe I will Mi I og on Hie green nol Anderson drove the bunker. Hi: touch Ihe cup. a two. but missed I :. fore h ild foil Anderson had match, but Qardner c bis ball into the op gallery surged around The forenoon meila Gardner oul 3n, in 3S, Anderson oul it, in Gardner equalled par nth,- aft. in, a hi and II. tlf Ihe 13 holes 17 in pa r. a nderson twice, equalled it in below lb, mark on I before the him. cards were: a total of 77; 37 for a 14, 37. going out anderwn took Gardner shot bettl r,-d par times and .' greens. scores peltS. l w.ie considered fair for hut both rounds were lai ictaeular features. i, il The ex k ing A second victory for vvesiern (Continued on page thirtei n.) -& . 'OSJBBBaBnKsssaavu This is the Store where the LABORING MAN IS ALWAYS WELCOME ! In order to co-operate with him on Labor's National Day, this store will CLOSE AT NOON MONO A Y, SEPT. 6 102 SOUTH sonI a