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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUBSDA'Y SEr'TBSMBBfl 7. 1915
SEVEN rONY ROSS WINS TWELVTH ON FOUL Texas Talc's Fnexperiencfc Was ilis Principle I audicap, ftOSS ALWAYS MASTER Too Many Seconds ii. Tate 'a Coi ner; 1,200 Saw the A flair. I I s I I i: (IM s. I iALI.AH, Sept. 6. The Texas i' igue baseball wmou cloned to Juj with the usual Labor day il' a nlc-ln aid i s Waco won I ho 1916 pennant with Ban Antonio in second place, The Weal Indian hurricane of two weeks ago de stroyed the Oalveaton ball park ami iiic Qalveaton team ills landed, leaving onl) aeven cluba to tlnU'h the aeaaon Bhreveport, u ii' ii hai been In laal plai o practically all the aeaaon, crawled up in seventh place winning bot h kii mi w nf a double in adi r with I 'alias Ii day The final standing nf the cluba is: JrVaco ,'..' Sun Antonio ,641; Fori Worth .580; Qalveaton .51H; Dal Iuh .,493; Houston .479, Bnreve porl .428, Beaumont ,421, PRODUCERS TAKE THE THIRD GAME Estes Again Went in Mound; Score ii in lor Tulsa. Vxus 1 Bo Tate sehodi on a fmil from iwriiin round ol round encounter 'In u ii the Grand opera houae laal night Tin' tiral five rounda were even, ulthough Roaa had it mi tin' big Ok- lahoman n thouaand ways from the itnndpolnl nf cleverness. Tail's Inexperience loat him tin' fight, ii'- was clumsy ami awkward fur marly an hour. Referee Jtmmlc Kelly guvi Hamunn the necision, winch he waa will entitled t". Lundy, however, "as a favorite mi account I m ins giimuni hb, in i um ' iw n cleverness, but h was evident thai I im hffd mil trained sunn lently tor I ti n three-minutt rounda. Tin' boya Were roundly cheered at Ihc closi ol j each i nn mi. ! Tin- battle royal between four Afrl cam and tin' six-round boul between two other sons ol Ham were both Carl Morris was at tin ringside, ! Issui l no i hallenge, . CU8HINU, BOpt, ii. Tin' Producers hail a comparatively easy time takinp tim third "i tin' series from Cushion today, 8'to ;i. Tim hollda) crowd that I witnessed the game was even larger than that ol Bund i. Bates, who worked for tin Producers, waa going i wcii and tic kepi the hits well sent- tei d, CI SlIIMCl ' R II po A K I I I .1 a U I I i I . . I I "I i n n i I ,i Hart Ihil rii. It. Philllpft, , Piilw Idti nunc pugi- hi s ti in tin closing rounds ami was bndl) rattled wiun he unintentionally put M l the 0W "He. Tate surprised everyone by iiis gainencss, siicncin ami sonny in nar in anil swap punches, prom the eighth round in the fin ish Unas h.ni Tate in h.ni shape, Ross uppercutted in the face at will, ami rained blows to the stomach, Tales efforts were visibly weak Much hi the reaponatblllty for his lack of generalship reals upon the ihouldeiH if his multiplicity nf sec onds He had seven advisers, only am ! whom was a trained pugilist, linil 1 1,, all tried to talk at mice. mi the oiher hand itnss had years of ring experience against the top notchers m i in- heavyweight iiivismn back of iniii ami the advice nf one t e ond his inn ringer, Jimmy one nf ii .- gn ati si trainers o lists in the world Tin twelfth round opened i Hnss wti'i ptulivlj trying to i bunt. He landed terrific pun both head mil body, Ten seconds be fore iin , lose of 'he round they en gaged in fierce Infighting, Suddenly Tate s mis i. ! ft Into Rosi . Tl i blow W'W n-iiiiK below tin belt; Ross dropped to the floor, He was limp, Referee Harry Ponder instantly slsed up the situation ami helped Rosa in his em ner, while Tate's friends cheered wildly, thinking for some rea son thai lhe.tr man bad scored a knockout, Experienced fans around the ring, however. Knew from the peculiar -sound when the blow landed unit also from what their eyes saw thnt it was a foul an unintentional onp. inn i foul nevertheless, Referee Ponder walked over to Ross1 corner alter n few seconds' in tei wi! ami tais, i bis arm m tnken nf victory, There were a few hisses from the spectators, tint n majority of them were content to abide by the decision of 'he most eminently fair referee that evei stepped into a ring In Oklahoma, Ross was in distress for a limit five minutes ami had to be assisted to his sresxiuK room, Had 'im foul mt occurred it is doubtful If Tate could have lasted the remaining three roUnds, The holISC was almost filled Willi spectators it was tin maiden effort of the neuiy organised Mld-Contlnent Athletic club and they staged the lossy style. I Ross were well matched TWO CALIFORNIA'S RATTI !" fm Till F j Ybuiigsi er from i lie ( 'nasi Upsets All Dope of Ten nis Experts. i ItnpiH-i Ii Hon i i h : t ' n o V 14 ' I l i i. in n IM'. in. Shew ill Tale and c uillt A The ten-round semt-wlndup, tween Johnnie Lundy ami Pri Ham, inn. kept the fans on their was sa tisfli d with the be- Idle feet i i Hurrah! Not a corn left, Nah-It did it Did it QUICK and did it withoutcausing a moment's pain or inconvenience. A moment ago my corns ached like sixty. Now I haven't a pang sml my feet feel like they di'l when I was n bare feol buy. That's what NAH-IT did tor main justs jiffy. It takes off Callouses just as easily. Boy it at ymir drag BtOfS 25 coins but you 11 say ii'swurth $1. Be RKXAIi ROfcfff Ft i REST II I I.I.S. N v . sent. ;. The national lawn tennis champion ship in singles for 1915 will go to a California player tomorrow un ess thi local weather man intervenes, Two of tin- famous native son players won the right mi tim courts 1 I tti W i t snie i luii here this afternoon t'- one! in the final round Of, tile t liiit -! i ; , h annual tournutnent of Hi' national association by eliminating the only two eastern experts left In the tourna ment, which began a week ago. Wil liam M. Johnston nf Ban Francisco eliminated R Norrls VVtl'lams II nf Philadelphia in a sensational five-stt match, Ti-7, 8-4, 5-7, 8-4, --. white Maurice K. McLoUghlln nf San I la ncisco, who already holds IWO legs an the all-comers' challenge bowl, put i lit 'IV It. I'l l, nf New York, 6-0, 7-0. McLoughlin'i victory was generally predicted by the tennis experts, for tin famous Davis cup player has out ranked his opponent nf today for sc -era i years, Johnston's defeat of Williams was far 'o sensational and unexpected and proved t bo flic biggest upest in a national tourna ment for sc oral seaaons Outplayed "I lit I ii pit m. The young Callfornlan, who was placed sixth in the 11114 ranklnij w hi e Williams wus No. 2, won Ins victory over the present tltleholder by super ior play nnd generalship ami without tin semblance of a fluke. A stroke analysis for the entire match shews' seven service aces fur Johnston as agalnat five for Williams. In placement shots the Callfomtan made Ml to Williams drove out of court inset's 60, i. ut retrli holdlM his in I ted ha Williams' 46 guilty of u Johnston's illlams Win- set. The third set was the hardest founht of the entire match. Bach Won on his own service through Hie tenth game with long rallies and sen sational net and deep court eXChangl s. w herein there was little advantage for either contender, Williams arose su perior for the moment, however, and clinched the set with a series nf bril liant side-line drives which Johnston could not reach. The youngster from the Pacific coast showed his real courage by continuing to finht oul the battle on the lines, which he hail evidently played in advance and as the play gn w faster his superiority over WIN llama increased. Johnston drove and chopped the hall at Williams With nut a moment's respite, appearing to have perfect control of the ball, no i liter how haul the champion re turned it to him. it was an example of the old adage that, nothing suc ceeds like stlccess, for the Harder Williams laced the hall the taste: it traveled i" unguarded spots on WIN liants' tee. McLoughlin's victory over Pell lack ed I he spectai ular plaj and thrills that SO aroiisi tin- Johnaton-WUllan waa Indli ated more KinniiiL' of pi, iv. Ml I end slashed the hall tunity (' Pell's fori nullified the greateal Icr a hack hand stroke i he i he best in t ins country MAIN STREET STtRE rORCED TO CLOSE BOO RS Thnm is i r p, opli took advantage of the great bnnkrupt sate of the Har low Brokerage company last Saiur- day, At times during the day the I management was forced to close the doors ami wait on the people Inside first, before permitting others to enter. Never has a sale attracted such wuie attention as this one, for no store in the city was better known than the Harlow Brokerage company The quality ut merchandise handled i is responsible for this standing in i Tulsn ami Tulsa county, The whole iftock must l,e closed out in a short l. ii, .1,111 li'l llllS IlilStlll ,l,'l"l DM being modi thai will never again he equ iled in this i it-, or any other -Adv. z. The victor lillles to the i d himself by tn 4n against The latter also was double faults as acamst 6 STANDING OF THE TEAMS" It 1 NATIONAL I.KAOUn. Won lout Pel Philadelphia mi S3 :ihm Brooklyn sa 50 ,6411 Boston i:, ti ,527 St I. mm i, urt ,493 Chirigu UO M .4S0 Pittsburgh ii:i till .47m Ni- York .' ii4 tin ('in, ininiti .17 6M 458 AMBBIOAM LKAOUK. Won 88 84 Hi'i-tnii Detroit Chieacn Woxhinfton S7 Ni n York i .'is I SI l.nuin r,l) Cleveland in Philadi Iphlg 38 fEDIlKAL I.KAOUB I.IIKl 4 l t i I'ittvliiii'ith . St. I .null hlesira . KsnBsa t'dy Bnffnki . . Brooklyn . Baltimore, in 1 1 117 no Sli Pet, "i 12 .580 . 58 7 ioa 17(1 ,830 I i r sale by , inn . sunt i rkrr Vray Co., Chicaffo ,i ti,,. gallery in s contest, hut it Icarl) item he oughlln whlppi d at c efv oppor- shand ami thus asset of the lat- im eded to The for- mer national champion did not evince in) meat desile to play his old net game ami there was little need ol it (of lie uncovered a deep court driv ing and placing game which was little Short nf that i xhiblted bj illlams at his l.si. A Victory over Johnson will nive McLoughlln permanent possession of die massive silver challenge bowl, emblematic of the national championship. If you want to hire i d un World Wants. help of any f WATCH FOR THE WHITE WAGu.tS p Pi i'!,,ii? liaubb a Bcsl Swimmer, s: Louis, Sept. ii. Herman Laubla, last year's winner of the Missouri Athletic association's annual ten-mile swim, today repented his victory In the Mississippi river and came in ahead of nineteen other contenders, Laubla represented Hu Missouri Ath letic association an I finished in 1 hour. 3'! mlnUeS, 5 seconds. Mike McDermnti .) Chicago, swim mlng for the Illinois Athletic o!ub, turn in fiftj five seconds behind the wti nof lie was awarded second pla e miller protest, the .Missouri Ath letic association asking that he lie disqualified im' nnt finiablng in .1 McDermott has won the tan-mile event here twice before, and m tory today would have given him the $1.(011' cup awaiting the winner of thlei BUCh laces. Riitton-tirifflths Draw, CANTON, Ohio, Sept, (.-Jack Rrltton of Chicago ami Johnny Orlf- ftths of Akron fought twelve bard mumis to a draw hetit this afternoon. latiffltln' t ri t bothered Britton in the : curly rounds. Britton warmed op to j his work later ami won three rounds ii succession, but Griffiths came bach I towarda th, finish arid evened it up Portland w Ins i' nnant, BOSTON, sept. . Portland, man aged by Hugh Huffy, former star out fielder of the Host, ,n Nationals, wmi the pennant nf the New Engl ind leaK'ie which OloSSd Its season today, romdiloratc, "Th' v say .Mrs. Htowir hasn't p ml her servants in three months " "Why does she keep ni;m of tin 111. then ?" "She says she feels It her dm . 1 , ive employment to us many as paptf nble in these hard times." Postpone Motorcycle Race, f'HR'AOo. Hept, 8. Another post poni ment of the loo-mlla motorcycle i.ite at the Speedway was i la necei feary b) rain today The race was pul over until m xt Sunday. WOLGAST THORPE BOUT NOT STAGED The Highest Possible Award. Grand Priz& for - i-z: The I , M XJf Bur ,o I 1 1 1 1 h . . " 1 n : 1 1 " ! V. V 1 VAV' 4s,V V Va i.. 1 ft. .f ,.. Mm v? Awarded io torn 7? MEM l01(Ma9r ,'',ll-' :ADincUranpiof the world The Onfy Chewing Tojvacco That Ever Won An International Exposition JJL A WniieteJouxxcoi r a for CHEWING TOBACCO BY THE PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SAN FRANCISCO Ik Grand Prize rpiIK oik supreme chewing tobacco :it the San Francisco Exposition was STAR. So decided the International jury of Award, selected from ;tll parts of world. As the result of that decision, STAR received The Grand Prize the highest award that the International Jury could give. The same "superior quality" that won the Grand Prize foi STAR, had won for it the highest regard of ehewcrs for half a century. STAR'S extra quality of mellow chewing leaf, STAR'S absolute cleanliness of manufacture, STAR'S full "one pound to the pluj"wcight, and reasonable price, long ago made it the world's largest selling brand of plug chewing tobacco. 10c Cuts 16 02. Piling I re Men WHo Hoy guarantee hix appearance, After MK'n Ing for tin in. itch hem, Wolgast signed tot a boul at Bhreveport, un., lor tin same datO, ami alter I lie local Leaoclatlon compelled tnm to cancel his Hnieveport engagemenl he refused to post a forfeit to insure iiis appear- nr.i 1 In re. swims Ten Mites in Ki 1 onl Time, KANSAS PITY, Sept, 8, iiovn K CahlpbVll today won (hi ICahsas City Athletli club's annual ten-mile swim over Ihe Missouri liver course, Aided by a fast current, lie clipped mm minutes from tin record made bj himself last yi at finishing todaj In I hour and 16 miniitis Nlnteeen swimmers started ami fifteen com pleted 'the race Miss Awrea Picker ing, the singli 111 contestant, cami In thirteenth With a time of 1 hour ami .2 minutes FIVE NEW RECORDS SET AT A. A. U. MEET PHILADELPHIA, Sept fi Five iiiftru t r cords were broken in Ihe Middle Atlanta A A. I', track ami field ' hamplonshlps Jamas B, Meredith, tin ; I '1 nrisv U a ma sil inter the Meadowbronk clue, and auarti r mile runs 1 e.sviun Afti 1 wli nlng l ied Hnaaetberg, Mercury A C., who threw tin- discus 108 feel ami one hall Im h, the ioi met id being in.' tut 'I in Germantown boya' club won the no 1 I with a total ol XG points ANOTHER BIG SPEED EVENT NEXT SUNDAY UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS Open Saturday Night Until 8:30 lure today University of representing won the halt in rapid sue- the half In ST. I ,t l.. Minn , Si pi 1 Doric Reatu, Ralph I le Palms, "Bol " I an man ami I'Mdie D'Donnell will raci 100 milis ,,n in, new Knit Bnelllng, Minn, motor Ki4'dwity next Sunday Jor a furs, or 110,000, 6,O00 if which will go Io Hi'' winner, $J..'i(io to v, , , rid t'lai e .III. i i. 11,600 to third ami $1,000 to foui th. Announcement of th ract waamadt lute today following a eollfi l em e ol drivi i s. pn moters and Clifford Irelat d of the i out i st committee of t In . Aim i ii . hi Automobll) association, O'Don- mil WAS 'he only nm of the foul drivers to complete the GOO-mlli ra Ol last Sal unlay, the other three who will drive m Sunday's contest having been forced to withdraw tii t t englm trouble. MUSKOGEE COUNTRY CLUB WINS TENNIS (liir ', dMli 'I Sr rri, , illi (1 HUT !i,J!'y iateti.il pstisats, n wi 'in roai dsstsl work JOM will allnw Si to do Autl. fui otker siraibsri of the fendljr. But Materials, Esuert Woik at MsM Low ai winte Orowai M.00 in .1 C'r. v-,1 2-Jk 14.00 Gold Btidftwerk f-i. (.'...I Willi ii II 00 T.'.tli CI '1 II 00 Stiver I'il'ingv 11.00 Tvttn Ratracted 60c All work K'iarant4edexaininstion free. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS :i7 ' , Soath Mtn Bl erii Bl O ct from Kress More Telephone is":. Sperial to Thp Wnrlil. rORT SMITH. S. il Tin ten- round l out hetweell Ad Wo nasi, f,,r nirr lisht weiKht champion. ami PiBhtinK Harvey Thnrpe of Kan .,- City, scheduled for today under the auspices of the Arkansas Athletic is sociatlon, whs called off because of Wulgast's rciusul to pust a futfeit to l:tl 16 he established a new it i In the quarter Which he ran Iii E0 I-i Other record-breakers were H B Barron, Mercuy A. C, who won the Un hudles in fl 1-Sj beating the rec ord held hy Janus Thorpe llire 190!) by one. fifth of ii 'second ; fames .1 Comerford, Bhanahan C. ''. who put thi' Kind II feet U I -I Inch'-". 4 l-l im lies furthei than the funnel rec ord; j. Levlck Brechetm, of the Oer maAtewn if ' who threw the Javelin 14! ftt 4 Inches. I'leukniK' the inr mer Beeerd by 1 fel i ue hes, mid S, lal to I lie W'oild , M'Al.KS 1 BR, Si 1 1 ; Mui kogei Country club defeated the MoAlestei COOntry lul In the dual tei.nW meet today t,y winning six out of seven matches played. The one in.it, h which resulted in McAlester's f.ivor was when wiiM'iaytou defeated Rob ert 1 Bentlna l-S. Mmns Bebb took a fii-s,t match 'from Harold Howard, -1. -4; Chapman Bartleaon from .1 1 Kirk I patrtck, 7.5 Will urab defeated I John Kid Ui l-I, t-i, and Hugh Rnk- ets la at Id v BpSSrS I I l-l In dou l ies H1.1I and Hi hb beat Nayloi anil Rtngland -;. -. -. ami Olentlne gnd Bartleaon defeated Cutyton and Howard 1-8. GRAND CIRCUIT RACE IS A TAME AFFAIR HAHTW 'RD, Conn . s. pi f- Tin thirtieth renewal f the Caartei Oak stake, the feature ol the I'.i.md fii- 1 nit meeting for t us trotters ami h puiac of i;,uvo, one-ball tht auieujit ef previous years, was the tamest race in tin.' history of tics classic of the trotting turf. Peter 'Scott, Murphy's baj stallion) an easy first in stralghl in its, having no contenders in tim small In Id nf four hQSaeS that stalled the lac 1 d tWelVa horses eligible, eicht were scratched among them Lee Axworthy, Who has Ocen m poor stiap -im, lis' Week's rare .it tho Nets Votk meeting, Qeera drove Bonalngton and ins abtlltj lo keep him in Ii.- stride in th 1 1 r two beats ausad Murph) to go attei tho in the fastest USM td tbe law, 11:01 1-4.