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T FT B TCLSA DAILY WOBLD, BUNDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1 0 1 r
SEVEN
RAZORBACKS WILL
TRY HARD TO WIN
CHICAGO WINS OVER
INDIANA 13 TO
'iicai Game Scheduled for
Fori Smith Saturday,
October 23.
REVENGE IS SWEET
'Aggies Are Believed to
Have Exeellenl Team
and Arc Confident,
Bpfdtl o Thp World.
ST 1 1 LWATER, ' ikla,, I lot. 1"'..
When the Oklahoma Aggies' and the
Arkansas Rasorbacks' football elans
dash at Port Smith. October 28, ii
will be the fourth tlmi those teams
have met. Report received at Oklu
homa A. ti M, college Indicate thai
tlie University of Arknn as is setting
forth every effort that wW bring
about a victory- -a victory thai win
be sweet revenge.
In the fire! games between the
elevens tin- Aggies won at Arkansas
1.1 in !. The next year the Aggies
lost on the same gridiron by it to ::,
but In l!U4 when Arkansas first came
to Stillwater the Angles romped away
With i 4fl to n lend.
With this fourth game coming i"
fairly neutral territory, Fori Smith,
the Payetteville aggregation sends oul
ihr advance dope thai confidence is
reigning. The Aggies are just as con
fident of grabbing1 another Rasor
back seaip, and there is nothing to
decide it hut the game.
Aggies Playing Hard.
The Aggies have played three games
this season, The first game wag with
the University of Missouri, October 2,
when the Aggies scored on the Tigers
in the first quarter, bul were finally
batted down by superb offensive
smashes, and the Mlssourlans won by
13 to ii. This was the Aggies id
vent into Missouri valley footboi',
Tin' first at-home game for the Ok
lanomnns was won over Friends uni
versity, for two years champions of
Kansas, by 7 to n. The third game
was at Stillwater against Kendall col
lege of Tulsa, In which the score w is
0 to n.
Under a new coaching system, with
a new coach, "Pink" Griffith "f
Idaho, and a corps of assistants, the
Aggies have what is believed to be
the best toam in this history. Open
field playing is taking a preference
this year over the mas.-v il formations
of the past, which have been mote or
less ineffective since the lighter teams
have come into prominence, Forward
passing ami punting are two strong
features of the 1 -1 1 A. M. eleven.
The Aggies have i.een practicing
since about the middle of August, and
because of the early season games
being with Strong teams they are
more experienced than in nny season
at this time of the year.
SAPULPA HIGH WINS
FROM HASKELL A. M.
CHICAGO, Oct, 16 Tiie speed of
its backfleld gave the football team of
the University of Chicago a II to 7
victory over Indiana today after one
of the hardest fought battles ever
fought between the two institutions.
Captain Russell led the dashing at
tack of the Maroons anil In the first
two periods it seemed probabU thai
Chicago would run up a large score
but as tin' game progressed the
Monsters bracked ami took the offen
sive, with Hathaway suiistitut.il for M
Intosh at fullback in the third quar-
through the Chicago line and in 'he
last period Mcintosh, who again weni
ill at full, dashed through tin entire
Maroon team for yards and a
touchdown.
A IB-yard run by VVhltaker was a
feat are.
LAFAYETTE FIRST TO
SCORE ON PRINCETON
PRINCETON, N. J . (. 18
Princeton rolled up a score of (0 to
:i against the Utfnyettc football team
here today, bill the visitors are the
first eleven to score on the Tigers
this season. Lake, I.afavolteY full
, ha. Ii, kte'tod i field goal from the
28-yard line in the fourth period A
minute before the viettf.ra had pene
trated to within two feel of Prince,
ton's goal, bul they failed in their
drive against the tine. Princeton's
jintirc second tOam replace,) the Peg.
uiars when Lafayette became danger
ous. . tiu-ynra run to a toiciniown
was made hj Auics.
PENNSYLVANIA AND
NAVY TIE, 7 TO 7
mpt. mahan's toe
wins for crimson
I
Kicks Three Field Goala
and Scores Victory
Over Virginia,
CAMBRIDGE, Mass, u,t. I
Captain Edward Mahan of Harvard
proved himself a worthy successor to
Captain Charles Brlckiey, the former
star, by personally defeating the r.ii
verslty of Virginia today 8 to 0, drop
ping Ihii" I'u Id gOttle, otic . f them
from Lbc r.'-vard line.
The Virginians proved less formida
ble than was expected from then- Ifl
to 0 defeat of Yale two weeks ago,
Thev had little in the way ct an of
fense which Harvard did not fathom
in i he first period, bul their defense
stiffened as it retreated ami twice
threw back tie- Crimson tide inside
the five-yard line. Three Virginia at
tempts at field goal tailed
The Harvard offense got under way
in the second period foi a 58-yard
march t" Virginia's three. yard line,
Hie 1 ngesl gain of the afternoon.
Virgin i prevented a touchdown and
Mahan dropped his firs goal from
Ho 15-ynrd line. The southerners
cite oil the defensive the rest of the
game and compelled Mahan to lake
in.- gei oiai shot on th 12-yard line,
in the fourth period Mahan scmcd a
Kick from the 28-yard line
Thurman'n kicking was a feature
HARVARD EDGES OUT
AHEAD OF VIRGINIA
ANNAP H.is Md i 'ct. 18 Penn
sylvania and navy played a seven to
seven tie name here this afternoon,
each scoring a touchdown and goal,
.Navy's -core was due to the quick
eye of Martin, who, intercepting a
forward pass, ran 75 yards for the
touchdown, Blodgetl kicking goal,
The Quakers' points were due to per
sistent Irving of line tackle and end
plays with forward passing,
Adjutants General shoot.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 18.
The only event of today iii connection
with the National Rifle association
I tournament here was a special compe
tition open only to adjutants general.
Bach coi, ipi titer fired ten shots at
I lion and 800 yards. Adjutant General
Wood of Minnesota won first prize, a
gold medal, with a score of SS out of
imi and Adjutant General Rogan of
Tennessee second prise, a silver medal,
score s , .
The remainder of the riflemen de
voted the day to practice for the na
tional matches to open Monday.
Special in Tlie World,
BAPULPA, okla. Oct. 16. The
Bapulpa high school won its third
football game of the season Friday
afternoon from the Haskell A. M.
of Broken Arrow by the score of SI! to
n. The Haskell team was heavy, but
too slow for the fast Sapulpa high
team. Long runs and forward passes
were Hi,' thrilling feature of the Sa-
puloan's play.
The Sapulpa high school football
team plays Muskogee high 'he nun-
In Friday. This game will he fol
lowed a week later by a clash with
the Claremore Preparatory school
team. Tulsa high eonics here Thanks
giving day for the final name of the
season.
ILLINOIS AND OHIO
FINISH EVEN, 3 TO 3
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 16.
Harvard was compelled to play on the
di tensive in the first quarter of today's
name with the Untverslt of Virginia.
Tharman of Virginia failed on two
tins for goal, Neither side scored.
By rushes, covering 58 yards, in t ho
second pel mil. Harvard reached Vir
ginia's four-yard line, hut there the
Virginians hold them, Mahan dropped
hack and kicked an easy goal,
Fumbling was frequent,
In Hie third period, Mahan kicked a
goal from the field from Virginia's
42-yard line The southerners were al
ways on the defensive.
Mahan shot his third goal in the
fourth period from the 28-yard line.
Virginia was never in Harvard terri
tory in the fourth poind. The final
sen,, was Harvard 8, Virginia 0.
TEXAS UNIVERSITY
ROMPS ON RICE
Sewanec Boats Florida.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida Oct. 18,
The Sew , a m e eleven defeated the Uni
versity of Florida football team 7 to
0 here today. Sewatiee scored In the
sec, .ml quarter on a touchdown and
goal. Sewanee depended mostly upon
line plunges.
Colgate Boats Army,
WEST POINT, N. Y.. et. 16. The
Army was defeated today by Colgate
by 1.1 to n in one of the hardest
fought games ever Staged here, Col
gate took advantage of poor work by
the endets and scored both touchdowns.
Louisiana Bents Mississippi.
OXFORD, Miss., i id. 16. Louisi
ana State university defeated the I'nl-
j versity of Mississippi 1!K to 0 here to
! day ill one of the hanlest fought foot-
hall gimes ever played on the local
gridiron, Louisiana won the contest
by making heavy line drives Both
elevens played straight football.
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 16. With four
regulars out of the name today, the
University of Texas eleven over
whelmed Itiee Institute of Houston by
a score of all to ft. In view of the ap-
I preaching name with Oklahoma u'1'
Versity at "alias next Saturday, the
Texans confined thmselves strictly to
straight football, holding hack all new
plays that they may come in the nn
I tare of a surprise, Today's score Is
the smallest score that Texas has made
against any opponent this season.
Vaburn 1 1, Clomson o.
ANDERSON, 8. C, Oct. 16. An
burn defeated Clemson it to o at foot
ball here today in a hard-fought game.
In the first iiiarter Caughman of
Auburn skirted the Clemson rlf;ht end
and ran eighty yards for it touchdown,
Auburn scored again in the third
quarter on straight football,
Blackwell Beats Newklrk.
Siierifll to Tin' World.
NEWKIRK, okla., Oct. 18. Black
Well high school football team de
i feated Newklrk high school at N'W
I kirk by score of HL' to ft today. Lateral
and long forward passes featured the
offensive work. The Newklrk t. am
never made first down. Fullback I infer
kicked a field foal from the 48-yard
line.
Cornell Has Easy Time.
ITHACA. X. Y., Oct. 16. Cornell's
I expected test of strength with Ituek-
i neii failed to materialise today and
the Ithaoans won easily by 41 to o.
! The Bucknell line crumpled like paper
before the Cornell attack. Captain Har-
rett scoring four touchdowns, two of
them on sensational runs.
Yob- Beats V. M. C, .
NEW HAVEN Oct HI. Yale defeat
ed the Bprlngfleld Y. M. C, A, college
here today 18 to ft. The points came
froni two touchdowns and the re-
Isultant foals, a beautiful field goal
by Savage from the 48-yard line and
a safety.
COLUMBUS, ohio. Oct. 16.- With
two of their best ground gainers on
the side lines the Illinois football
players were held to a H to 3 tie by
Ohio State today. Both teams scored
field souls in the last four minutes of
play.
HONOR MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN
High school Y. m. c. . Will Banquet
in "Y" Cafeteria Tomorrow Night,
To celebrate the success of their
membership campaign, which has
been conducted the pat week, the
high school Y. M. C. A. will give a
banquet to its members at the v. M.
C. A. cafeteria at 6 O'clock to
morrow night. On hundred mem
bers hive paid their yearly dues and
these will he invited.
The program will consist of allcr
dlnner talks by John Roger, promi
nent oil man. and I large Bell, presi
dent of the Tulsa bar association.
Maurice Taylor, president of the r
ionization, will preside as toast ma
ter. During the evening plans for a
hihle class will he presented hy Glen I
Cam bell.
GILLESPIE STARS
FOR JAYHAWKERS
Uses silent Signals,
CIMfWilO Oct. 16. - I'lays used by
the University of Indiana in its game
with the University of Chicago today
were signalled by Captain Whiting's
hands. Coach fluids believes that with
signals In the deaf and dumb code, no
team ran solve his plays before they
are started.
Georgia Tech Wins Easily.
ATLANTA. Oct. 16 -Georgia Tech
had an easy time with Transylvania
here today, defeating the Kentucky
' team at football to o The Tech
i backfleld apparently had little trouble
skirting Transylvania's ends, scoring
I eight touchdow ns.
LAWREN8B, Kan. Oct. 16. Out
weighed and until the last quarter out
played, Drake university fell before
the' football team of the i'nlversity of
Kansas here today, 3ft to 7. The in
Vadl rs fought a hard battle all the way
but were unable to gain at critical
times.
In the third .pirter L. Gillespie In
tercepted a forward pass and with
Reber as int i rfcrcncc, raced 6,' yards
fo u Kansas touchdown.
Baylor Wins Paul Gaaie,
DALLAS. Texas. Oct. 116. Haylor
nnd Trinity universities played n
slashing football Kutne today despite
the one-sided SCOrS of 49 to 0 In favor
of the former. The outstanding fea
ture of the game was the line plung
ing of Fonts for Baylor. Trinity was
outclassed In all stages of the game
but fought stubbornly.
Ids Normal Beats Mates,
Pprrinl to Th World
ADA, Okla.. Oct. ifi. East Central
normal swamped tin- Oklahoma
School for the Deaf here today 37 to
6. Tim only score of the deaf hoys
enme In the Inst quarter after the
scrub team of the normal had sup
Ida etc, 1 tie regulars The normnl
repeatedly made long g-ains through
the line and on short end runs It was
held for downs only one lime.
THE LAW
All perfect things that Nature yields,
The sweetness aiul fragrance of June,
The budding flowers, the brook and fields,
The sunsets, the stars and moon
Typical tire of the jrlorioa above,
Teaching to us the Law of Love,
The love that never ends.
Tis shown in the fountains silvery spray.
In the sheen of the peacock's plume,
In the rosy gold of the dawn of day,
In the lilac's rich perfume;
All lovely things the .Master givefl
Show us the law by which to live,
In love to all lie sends.
The children's laughter, loud and clear,
Is the noblest gift e'er giVOU,
Echoing music far and near.
Making an earth seem heaven;
It is just it part of the Law Divine,
The Law of Love that began with Time
And w ith Eternity ends.
Love is the law of the universe.
Love is the law of heaven,
'Tis a wonderful law to govern us.
By a glorioui God it was given,
Was a beautiful thing e'er won by hate?
Will it turn the key in the Pearly Oatef
Ah, no, 'tis Love that w ins.
B. L. J.
Why are the
Abstractors So Busy .
because so many persons
have decided to own homes!
W " 1 1 1 1 wc pave ;iii ovder for ;i bunch of abstracts one day recently the abstractor In
formed us he had 103 orders ahead of ours. Isn't this one thing convincing enough
to cause vou to gel u home of ypur own.' Hundreds of others we.
There is not a more beautiful spot tor
a home than Irving Place or Park Hill
A.nd you pan gel n location so cheap and on such easy terms, too. Why not come
in and li t ns tell you about it. or we will lc glad to have yon as our iiest for a trip
to iliis high class restricted residence addition.
G. N. WRIGHT, F. A. GILLESPIE, Owners
W. C. STEGER, Sales Manager
Office Rear Merchants & Planters Bank
Office Phone 5430 Residence Phone 2594
Wtllard i Trial Nov. I.
S ii. The World,
Oklahoma CITY, oet. 16. No
vember 4 has lieeii fixed by the court
as the date for the beginning of the
$0,000 damage suit a gains! .less wii-
lard, champion pugilist, in the district
court. Willard Is lieinn sued by A.
W, Phlllipi and A. H. Cuttrell, who
claim the pugilill jumped a contract
mole with him Meveral years ago, in
Which he was to tflve boxing exliihl
IIoiih. Iii an answer recently filed hy
Willard he claims the contract was
void In that a state law prohibited the
things he Wai under contract to per
form. It Is expected the champion
will appear in court and defend himself.
of the town continue uninterrupted
Until the tatting Ot the next federal
ii neus, Sand Sprlngl lads fair to ho
in the record breaking column when
the statistics are tabulated.
Before sand Springe had anything
else il had factwieS, giving II the one
c.ssct denoting- permanency. And
alone with the factories came tho
other business enterprises of lesser
I note, while the streets and the town
Bite scope, all of the municipal ex
pansion, the churches and the nearly
ila hundred pupils in school, kept pace
one with the other.
POLICE MAY HAVE
MURDERED JEWELER
THE
ii i n, t A Davis
III A NO
Vanderbili Piles Up mo Points,
vasihii i i- t,..i i i.. i iii r
teen touchdowns and ten iroals netted
a Intel lull a seore of 1 110 to nothing
against Henderson-Brown today.
Wisconsin 2H. PurdUC :t.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct, 16. Wis
consin won from Purdue 18 to 3 here
today in n tame thai was closer than
the seore indicates. The Boilermakers'
line stopped the heavy Badgers time
after time and Wisconsin frequently
was held for downs.
Removal Notice.
On and after October 80, Do'ctors
While, rye, ear. nose and throat, will
lie located in rooms -OS. L'OS 14 and
!n. First National Bank building. -Adv.
SAND SPRINGS ON
SOUND FOUNDATION
Only Permanent Buildings
Arc Being Erected in
Up-Biver Town.
The Solid ness with which Sand
Spring!) has Ijiiilt at all times is well
shown in the accompanying cut re.
Cently made. From this standpoint
1 f having a stahle foundation as a
basis of practically all of its activities,
no town In the southwest has ever
equaled the hlg array of both large
and small manufacturing plants which
Sand Springs has added to Its f.o tory
addition and which it is constantly
annexing.
With two Institutions alone that
work an aggregate of 606 men e:o h
and numerous other industrials thai
give employment to half as many
more. The population has advanced
to about 4,0ii0 in four years, and
should the present remarkable growth
CHICAOO, Oct. 16, A theory in the
Phillips murder mystery developed to
day thai tlie west side jeweler and
pawnbroker may have I n the vic
tim of a police protection plot. The
theory was based on visits Phillips Is
said to have made recently to State's
Attorney Hoyne, who has already oh
tained convictions of former police
officers accused of accepting bribes to
protect criminals.
Detectives were detailed to investi
gate this theory. It was said that five
policemen had demanded money
from Phillips on pain of arrest lot
having in his shop jewelry said to
have been stolen.
Court recorda here show that
Phillips was arrested in i :i i :s charged
with having in his possession 12,000
worth of jewelry stolen in Cleveland
and other eastern cities. Phillips was
not convicted, At that time rumors
were current thai certain policemen
"shook him down."
Investigation continued also on the
theory that Phillips, who is said to
have had many women friends, was
the victim of some jealous husband
or rival.
ELECT SECRETARY
TO AGGIE BOARD
Bpecitl to Ths World.
"Kl.AlloMA CITY, Oct. 1. In
compliance with an opinion from the
attorney general's office, the board of
agriculture met today and elected a
I treasurer of the board, C. D, Camp-
I bell, the board member from Mln
I COX, being the one named. Ills bond
was fixed ut MO, by the board, and
this is expected to be approved by
Monday.
This, in the opinion of President
I Frank Oaull of the board, completes
the requirements Incident to coming
; into possession of the Morrill fund,
now amounting to $46,000, and Which
lis on deposit with Hie state treasurer,
; w. U Alexander. Tin- board passed
a r solution authorizinK tin- treasurer
to make a demand upon the treasurer
for the money, mid this will be done
as soon as his bond Is completed and
j approved by t he board.
Style " I) "
"sts only $365
Mini is sold mi
c ii n v e n i en t
terms.
"An Aristocrat
of Pianos"
For Seventy-StX years the Mallet & Davis
I'iauo has been famous for Its beautiful tone.
Made in lloston, the center of musical cul
ture, It has stood out above other fine pianos.
This famous Instrument, because of Its range
of prices, can be owned by every true muslo
lover.
Its ease design Is simple, hut it contains
the same Mallet Davis quality that dis
tinguishes the highest priced style.
Its beautiful tone means something to you.
Do not fail to hear this instrument. Come Iri
today.
Darrow Music Co. "nSi
E. 4rd
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SUPREME COURT TO
GET VANCE CASE
MERCHANDISE
STOCK TO TRADE
stink loaatetl in Tulsa on
Main street ie retail district,
(Mock consists of dr goods,
notions, ready-to-wear, and
sln.es. lake rami land
or ciit property, good deal
if taken hi once.
Iddrvas V. E, m..
.".in s Cheyenne,
Tulsa, okla.
Some of the Solid Structures Which Now
Are Being Erected in Sand Springs
Judge Linn Overruled Mo
tion to Set Aside Order
for a Receiver,
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Judge Conn Linn. In district court
yesterday, overruled the order of at
torneys for the Ben Vance estate In
Set aside tiis order for the appoint -no
lit ol a receiver of the estate The
attorneys then made known their In
tention of appealing the case to the
state supreme court. After the hear
ing, Wi.liain Vance. Who at first was
t'ppolnted executor of the will of his
: ii. filed a supersedeas bond amount
ing to J200.000.
Tiie hearing consumed oonsider-
nble time both yesterday morning and
in the afternoon, Several witnesses
tvere heard, although there was
practically nothing Which had not
developed at the previous hearing at
I uwnee tWO weeks ago forthcoming.
'ih. witnesses were William Vance,
Kobert Laws, Gertrude Purdy and
Judge J. It. League.
An effort wait made to show
v herein the court had erred when
he appointed a receiver for the es
tate during the Pawnee sittlntt. it
row is evident this rathi r famous eag.j
will be taken to the highest court m
tlie slate and probably to the l ulled
States COUrtS before fina ly It Is dis
poaed of. The Vanes family havo
added to their already ample array
of counsel.
TO PASS ON BOND
ISSUE THIS WEEK
Abundance of Work In Office of At
torney General lias Interfered
U illi ( use.
Attorney General s. p, BTeeUns,
will pass on the Tulsa municipal
Stwer and city hall bond issues curly
this week, according to a long dis
tance telephone message from Okla
homa City last night.
The attorney general's office ha
been swamped with work recently,
and the Tulsa bonds were tempor
arily held in abeyance, but there win
be no further delay, and .Mr. Kreellng
will hand down his decision elthei
Monday or Tuesday, it is thought The
sewer bonds are in the sum of
1 1 00.000. WhUe the city hall issue
an .. unts to $ 126,000.
The boulevard and park bonds,
amounting to $ino.oon. which were
itcd along with the others; have not
ct been submitted to the attorney
gi m'ral.
lie- Beat luthorttjr.
Two little girls bad an altercation.
Lucy ha. I told Ellen what she called
"a little fib."
"A fib is the same thing as a story."
explained Bites, .'and a story Is the
same thing as a lie."
"No," argued Lu-; , it's not."
"Vis. it is," Insisted Ellen, "because
my father said so; and m father is a
college professor, and he Knows ev
erything." "I don't care if he is a professor."
said Ian y. "My father is a real estate
agent, and he knows a lot more about
King than your father."- New York
Journal.
When the rath Hurt-.
Miss Braddon, the English novel
ist, who has just died," said a pub
lisher, "made tf.00.000 out of her
books, her publisher's share being
$1,500,000.
"Miss Braddon'a great success, she
once told Inc. Has due t" her ,u olj
ancc in her books of truth Truth, she
said, is the one thing the avct ig'
novel reader doesn't wint. For truth
yon ee. is unpleasant
"She Illustrated her point by a wife
who asked her husbana.
"George, ho do you like the new
shade I Ac had my hair done."
"'Well, my dear,' licrge began, 'to
tell you the truth'
" Stop right there. George,' his wife
interrupted Stop tight where you
are! When you begin like that I don't
want to hear you.'" Washington
Star.
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