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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBH.fi 28, 101".
MUTT AND JEFF-Which Shows That You Can't Get Ruled Off for Trying
By Bud Fisher,
(fopytuiit, iir., hy ii. c, Flaher.
Trade Hark v.cK. v. p. Put. off.)
I t3 fioT A 6C5O0 To f S,e JuST 4o vjp "S " ' ' N
' ' I I WONT K aNC(t.C AND CAN V0U "lA&,NG TKVT
t0 3 ospva.n. JiwiO ,K THU '"CNGR- ( and a
M ,, rH) rJ thhkm op HMWPrWN.Tet!Hw! ( Cosh Hi
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41 ! ' " m.i .... i l.mplrn imeton, 1 1 . 3 o n 13 i t visitors wore li-l.l to two scattered bita tot r v n i t
1,1 i liabs Between labs
i i Score i i jJt-Lwccn jauo
3 0 I I ;i (I I Seen- second mug: Maimer. i n n n a n Ni D-lnn. ii.... m o ..
" 0, ii 3 - 0 81 I. in is n it ii I'ii h io. i n ii ;i j ,'i I Chattanooga mm 100 000 l o
,,"""lk "' 1 " " " " " 1 AMtln, ah II 0 0 ii l 0 Billed, Pb U n n l 1 'i I Batteries. Weaver and Deberry Marshall
l l n Cost, t o o o o i
in i i n ii o i n o
0 0 II 1 I i,ni. ...
- tl ii .1 I I ShotteV el I 3 0 10 1 Collin's J 0 , , ,Llt,t.1n, ks At '" , , ,
..!. I' - u T.lt, 3b 4 0 1-41 0 Wagner, r 0 0 0 i : i,, i i ' ' n '" "S
ishuiii'ii i ii n ii ii ii.i.... ii .i ii ,i i ' ii.n ,. a "uoetiea hlta on Allen in two Inntno todj
(iniia v" I' ' ii I 0 Wiiii, , l i 2 I - 5"? !""k -'"'""'I Kiiiiir from Atlanta, I
1 1 37 14 0 s.'on. I, innii,
- H , 37 i i 3 Tillman, p :i o 0 0 II n 'Hatted lor Obenei in ninth tluntii ' ii , nn , ,
11 ' i n .nth Wellman ,. ..0 0 u Walt.' for Blrd In nth I Little Veak , ' V' . S
Un (or farrlKaii in fifth IBatled for Olb.on in aeventh. Xtterlaa AllVn a , i l S,
' f'ii Uounrd in nevenlh Total. B8 a t) 37 13 2 Srore b Innlafii an.) llaie. '""kins. C!0uchmn
S hj InniiigM - I. rk U i 100 oon 000--1 '
Cleveland m I 3 NKW 'UK Alt.lt il PO I I'ittabursli 000 000 03a ... ,. , ,
l H flilhoole; rl i 1 s Two-baae hit O'Mara In. .V , , J?1,1 ,;s",.'l f'"' Olvoroc.
Hi narj I'wolian, hit, Hpiaker three Room. i. i i 0 bert, Clots' Hlnchraan; atolen baaoa, fa rev , BAfj f it AM IBLO, Bept. 82.- Suit
haae it it Kvana, I'baiiinan ntolen bas- MnUel u. a U 0 3 a I I Barney; ,.. nlav, Vi.. and .lolimtoii or Olvorce was filed today in the
niiiliKitiina doubla plavn Hooper, uril iimim mn. 31, 1 1 1 3 a n -i,ii, k mil. by fhenet 4 Hill 5; bane
tfaii 11.11 .sr., 11 11 1- i,,i ii,,i,iit,.i lii njii If a 11 1 11 11 11 h,.ii. ,.tt nhd ,: ii, '. 1- i.. it
01 balli Leonard .' a t; , liita oft Li ! Mullen, lb . H 0 1 11 3 I and Qulgley, time 1:41.
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WORLD'S SERIES ON
THE BRAVES' FIELD
At fit'iisl Sonic of tin- ( ii
.-i He Pla 11I in Mil
tioiial'is Lot,
BOSTON SHOWS WELL
LYil StiX I Li f ( nl
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Qiaiiiitii! (iiiiiifs.
mIi 1 1 111 Hi.' A 11 irrl en n li'iKiie.
I'rt'Hiilcni JuHopli j, l.uiinln, of the
Club, tiidii) itniiniiiiceil 1 hnl ho had ac
Ue uf tin- HiiiVi'H field f(.r .ill nf ih,.
home kuiiioh of ihe llfd Box 111 tlto Ht- ,s'i',' .V.
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i-il llu.iliri.il .11 Lilly, im nl 1,1 I
October 1.
Don'l fiii'fii i ilutt
Pine fniiiiinii weather, eh?
Thle affair may tinisii Carl Morrli
1 iien. again, ii may be end
Httallan.
Mm. ttell Sued for llor,e.
BAN KRANCiSCO, Sept, L'l'. Bull
for divorce waa tiled today in the
Thi y'l.l come ii
from everywl
tins entertainment
There's
on - iperlor court agalnsl Abe At tell, who the outcome of tl,
New Yoik a. Ohlcato
0 CHICAGO, Bept, 32, Todaj N a
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1 iiil-r wild in tin- llniil. ami alter luins- 1 i on. .o silliuoiiv was nsknl
Vork
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-1 tiie world's featherweiarhl boxlnir
title to .lulling' KUbane three years
''" al I'oa Angeles, by his w ife. Kthel !
M Attell, Kallure to support her an. I
rlien were elinrued in the OBti.
loubl In 1 'mi's mind of
ntroversy, imt-
i.ns.'v Hhotten, Mullen i basis mi halls, off
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in H Innlnga, oft Vance 3 in 1. . . f f Tillman
in s 1 a. nft Wellman none In 38 itruek
I mil, lit llnssi'll s. Vanri. I. Tillman li
mpirea, fhill ami Connolly, Time. 147.
Grant ami Burns, ftobertion doubled,
handing two runs home fur tli. Gianta.
Benton worked in fine form nml that lead
was i-nniiL'h for tlif vlaltora In win. Iliilv
....010 HOI (Mil a one ma nreaehed aeeond base after the tir-t
oOO 000 001 I j inniiii:, when two hltl anil an error net'
hil. I'riill : stoU n led ih,, f!tih 1111 rim nml aavad lh.m froin
Mrs, Attell sani she and her hus
band separated In Auguat, 1 ! 1 4. Thej
were married al Santa Ana. Cali
fornia, 111 11107. Mrs. Attell wiis Miss
Kthel M. Kagan of San Francisco.
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ISHINfiTOlT, Sept. 23 Chicago was
kbui mn b) Waahlngton today. Gallia waa
tflld but a not hii elfeettTly und waa
aided Li g I support In the pinchea,
lj rea relieved him In t h si.xth with two men
on and 110 in' mn Inn b,.id the White s.ix
xaie me n'si "i ine way, UeHrlde a irii
,. uj uiiurn gave tvaanington a
mi. in the ilnrd ami another came in the
aixth on alngtea by Milan ami Barber and
Shank link.-i.,uI.h. which iournler trunued
hnl failed to hold.
ion
rn 111, use ..r ihe Hruvi flei 1 I
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abuiil nn 1 hinisn ml ntore
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NEW VORK
Burn, If
Robertson, if
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Kocher, 0,
Benton,
Totals .
CHICAGO
Mur rat. rf.
platter, ss, .
Bchulte, If,
Phelan, 'Jh
Saier. lb.
William,, .f
McCarthy,
Bresnahan, 1
Lavender.
'Knlselej .
iS.'hult. .
if the local' hits
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I Uti SIN (HI, l it IXH 'IN I UIS( (I
pi'( ti ll to (.really lleliete Traffitl
1 coin Tulsa to Kansas ( h.
Beginning ti day two special oil
traina will be run by the freight de
partment of the Frisco from Tulsa
and Its virinity to Kansas City and
St. ttOUlB, Th tu Kansas City
leave here every evenlns at 9
o'clock, while the St Louis train is
ocheduied t" leave at io:1ii o'clock,
Up In this time the one train has art.
cemmodated traffic for both points
and this new arrangement la expected
to save twelve hours in the time of
Tony is convinced he trains better
11 soihi ground. Hence the moving
of quarters.
Talk about your huskies, you ounhi
In see the outfit of mau'ers thai Mor
ris chap has,
It nn Kendall football outfll
doesn't make a .good showing tills sea -
sun. they belie their appearance.
The curtain raiser and preliminary
of the his October 1 show- will be In
themselves worth the admission price,
Tony's got the rep and Carl's not
the peP. Now We'll See Which of
these qualities hate the making of
hamplon pugilists.
Chames Dime, who looks niter the
business affairs of Mr. Ross, Is ex
pected to arrive heer not later than
next Friday, Confidence? Weil!
The buslnesa men of TuU
win
responsible for bringing such excel
lent pugilistic exhibitions lo this city,
are entitled to no little credit,
Harry Lindsey, Jack Scotl and
Freddie, Hamann are the ample)
gentlenten who are doing the heavj
work conditioning Slgnor Ross for
his forthcoming encounter
One thing's certain about thai
iilsu high school football sound:
They, every man of them, have tho
strength and pep. and in football
inith ui these arc Important.
W hile a certain gentleman named
Rosa is out bragging about his quali
ties as a box fighter, he Is certain
there can he only one outcome of the
OctObei I affair: A win for Itoss
5fou who contemplate witnessing
this all-important show are urged to
take no chancea with your seat reser
vations. Delay may mean disap
pointment, and you shouldn't be dis
.1 ppointed
This promises to be the best foot
bail year In Tulsa's history, and that's
saying something, as all years in this
particular game have been good, The
material is good and should make .1
good showing.
ow the guys who squawked aboui
Carl Morris being "afeard" of Ton-
R-da Itoss ami declined tu match With
him on account of thai fear, are con
spicuous Been use they ean'l he found
around their old stamping grounds
Then are any number of baseball
fans in Tulsa would Witness the world
series in tho east, Wile It Hut for the
fact thai their Bank accounts would
look like a rdiccse sandwich if tlnv
drew as much as two-bits therefrom
' Bat t. il for saier in 11 in 1 Ii
I Haiti .1 for Williams in tin: I
nun nlu
mill 000
Robertaon
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Siiieinary : Tvvo ba.se hil.
Men base. Burns; bases mi halls, off Lav
lei 2: itruek "in. by Lavender a, Ben
n Umpires, Kletu and Emslle. Time,
FEDERAL, LEAGUE
ai '-' !l 37 0
. . nun 111)11 Dim.
BufMlii 1
PIT! sin let; 11
, 1 out Pittsburgh, due
rite Andetaon Ban
I i tin box in the th
Score hy Innlnai
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naileries: nd
Idcksoii and Ileum
I'wo hi
.1111;, nun mi 7 11
, 111)11 1)01) (nil)- II .-, f
son ami Blair; Barger
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Baltimore 3 0. St. Louis 1-8.
I "I 'Is. s, pt, 32 st Louis took the
game of a double header from BaltL
ami in the second game .-hut out the
s In tne 'irsi eontesl Davenport's
AMKK1UAN I.KAGUE
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'urn! k'uinr, ihty
11 rn.'iliill i;iit
tl wort hie
ring HUM
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Brooklyn 1 1. PlUabnrah
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St Lonls
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s; fonb-v und Ruseell: lhiven
I la it ley.
eeond game;
sei mid bailie In I h.
1 Barm v walked ami
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GOTHIC THE NTW
ARROW
2 lor 25c COLLAR
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
Tnlal" 3d 3 H 37 10 1
Rati for liibson 111 ninth.
iitaiitti t,.r Cooper In foortk,
J Batted for Rhltter) in ninth.
B r,- bj uutkaujai
Brooklj e 211 000 000
burgh 000 010 001 3
S'uiiui,!' rwo-baea hii. O'Mara. three
' Lit- BtengtL Miller. Johnston; baa H
i". bails off Buekei 3. Cooper l; lutk, off
1 6 in t laalaga; nit by plteher,
1 mi,, Lj Rocker, VVhaai, Gets h- Bfattary:
k " ' bj tneker2, Cooper a. Blatter)
I CmpireS, (Jiugley ami ( Hav lune.
"'b'i'i""" I '. """ 11 "'" ' 'V " 1"' M
1 Kens, Crnndall tnd Chapman
Newtrk I. Chi
1 1111 VGO, Bept, 82
CegO I. il tied fifteen Intlilias on ..ten term,
darkneas Interrupting the gsim with tin
score 1 to 4 Brendergaal pitched through'
,ui 101 ( tu. and appeared 11 better form
U.v.inl the i lose than in earlier stages, For
Newark Kklserling replaced Reulbach afie
'Big Ed" had pitched eleren Innings,
Seore hj intii'i(;:
Newark . 120 000 000 010 cfto 4 IS 2
I hieago . ,.010 ltd 000 010 000 - 4 18 4
Battel les: Reulbaeh, Kalicrllng and
I I nil n . Prendergasl and Wilson.
Kansas City H a. Brooklyn 3 2.
KSSS CITY, Sept 22 f'er winning
in. nrsi fc-ame the Wait batted mn a second
vinorv- 111 Ihe last half of the ninth Inning
"t the s md. Both teams pluved loonely,
making a lolal ut twelve errors' in the two
gamea.
s.ore. first game
Prooklyn 000 003 roi 3 s 4
Kanaaa thy OOO 408 tOa- 8 ti 4
Matte-iea Bluejacket and II Smith: Hen-
ning and Bnaattrotk. ,
Set. re. seeond irame;
Brooklyn 100 000 010 2 51
Kansas Ciij 100 001 mil -I s a
Batteries: 1'inneran and Land: Packard
and Brown.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
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K 37 81
it SCOI ' l ten..
,- BROOKLYN -
1 Mara.
I'aubert. lb
Stengel, r'
Wheat, B
Cut shew 31,
.Mvere, rf
Oeli ah
V'Carty r
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Summer) Home rooa, 1'lpp l.avsn
Itolen bases, i'ratt 3. IWkliti.augh bases
Oa bs off 1 ...e- i M I s'. 1 .Tuck
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1110 0 0
BlraUaghaa 0. Nsshvtiie .
NABHVH.I.K. Tenn.. Sept 33 Binning-h.-tm
made a elean sweep of the series tak
ing Ihe Isst caiiie I rum Nj-bville lodav 0
to 4
Se,jre by innings:
Birmingham 00.1 03n 000 (5 It 2
Nashville ... ...800 oil 0004 P 3
Batteries: Butch Perrymiaa and Hale;
Bogafa end Bsaitk,
Memphis 11, Mitle 0
MP Ml HIS. Trim . Sept .3 Neither
Hogg nor Poole were effective tmlav and
Vemphis defeated Mobile 11 10 0. Vlrrors
helped both tesms.
Seore by innings:
Mobile oon ami nnn - 0 13 4
Memphis .110 30a 00 11 is a
Batteries: Hogg. .Poole and Schmidt
Niederkorn. tioulsit snd Schlei.
New Orleans a. Chsttanooga 1.
CHATT A N 1 Hit . A . Tenn. Sept 33 New
Orleana defratet L'hattauo'.gs 8 to I Ths
i'iisvi.vTiii 1 aw . v- ' - ii-ji r ai
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