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mn-a -nru rull.V WOULD. S. T I li lA 1 . OUTOBUH III). 1910 I ill a 1 '- J - - " MUTT AND JEFF Some Soldiers Are Certainly Playful 1 ill I II 1(11 l . ..... MM 1 By Bud Fisher, (Copyright. 191S. by H. C. Fisher. Trade Mark Iteg. IT. 8. Pat. Off.) ',' rJ 1 It. f Or Of k M -.,V( w ii. ig or ft get si nBe) I i i ...... . u JBI r uiTfiN ''OU Co OUT rVlb 5T T HRCSr Ill 11 nil ' I V it)' : Ji 1 I I'LL VHjI 'f t hihiuD Hill'NO ft" iv CAU& i - i , . i POS mm L .1 i raw d out uphino ' HILL TOUfi. ', vou'wc CoT To MMO it T'O rAUTY, He'i, fcCT A CRC-tVr HP AO VT - 1 UftT 1' 1 hU( ffik l- v' (tmO YOU ."HILL thr.ec." oe. 1 "HILL FOUR." ? Kendall and High School Win; O. U. Game Today's Headliner MUSKOGEE LOSES TO TOLSA HIGH TEAM lose (lame hud tor for Locals; gc( Hits Line - in Vic Musko Hard. THE SCORE WAS 10 TO 7 M;nlt' ii i 1 1 , .in S.-tsoi In i in (' I'll' i ' I I',, i i touch Inwii In' ; . . I ' .11 The lineup Cm the gnnie was as fol , OPEN PLAY HELPS 6,000 PERSONS TO SEE TODAY'S GAME Vei'3 Pow I i i la Teams Go Half Way Tlll'OUgll Sea son Uuseoretl Upon. 1 w 1 1 1 1 1 1 have been making, (ootbull iii.-1 ' torj for mail) year, their margin f Kupi i lorltj ta helnK' puI dow n each . a mn. The ton polrfl Bcorea are no Innaer restrict. l lo u few hig eastern and western universities as w..s the ins.' five or ten yfara :in.. Vanderbill I. m.Is today with VVlaconsln nnd t'.'1- :;;it,- eloae at the heela of the BOtith- erners, while Harvard, Yale, Prince ton, Pennsylvania, Army. Navy, cni- . mn Mini other institutions with loiin SOOlld'S Arc I ttlll Itlt'llt .ml fuiuous gridiron hlstorj are under , , or nisi over the hundred polnl murk. ictnl'V; Al'C 111 IjOOQ Thi following1 tabulation shows Hie " . number of games played, won and ( uiKllt lull. I ol up t.. Saturday, Octobei to- I --other with the nolnts scored by and FOOTBALL GAMES TODAY HOW THEY STAND NOW a gui 11 Si t lie on, re I lie m. :i n In I in-. ssl I Wiimiiiu Tiiin Ihltiw n in I. a L'nl W a I'll I'l tnartet' on h mi tKtiOKE Tl l.SA Tiitlli Mayes i-T Camlibell l,i I i ' i.i . ittirton ..I i i r li ml l: I In jl . Miller Murchison lrn Altkop Prh . i ii i.i VanderbiH Leads Toda) With Wisconsin and Colgate in Order. n.'H iffli lain T I Tl 1.1. iimplr. ; in. I" id lint man anil .- Willie! Ill 1 1 Wisconsin Colgate . . Mlchlaau At .;u vt'KK, Oci 29. The pre-U'ranklln & Marahnll enl football season offers n re- Illinois niarltulile example of the aH-r id Minnesota improve nl made bj the ,ivcra't0 i Pittsburgh '.'!!!'.'. ! college eleven in playing strongth and Syracuse i . .i i i . i . . Ootny. referee; ""' . ......... i..iiiiii..hi.i v Kyseck. wan an exlraordlnarj even! when ihe. vtlchigan l i. lil " 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 vursnj leuin , ".- v irginiti I tl I ii I ii a i i i CHICAGO, Oct. 'I'll1' Big Nine's four undefeated elevens clash tomorrow in the semifinals for the football championship, At Cham paign, HI., tin,' ho'ders will defend their honors agalnsl Minnesota and at I Chicago Wisconsin will pit its husky machtne .y.-iiust tin Maroons. Aside from (lie conference games the pro gram includes the first important I r ast-wesi contest, Michigan taking on Syracuse and mi Interesting match be tween tin Michigan Aggies ami the Aggies of Oregon, Among the games ' scheduled arc: Champaign Minnesota vs. IIH- , r.ois. Chicago -Wisconsin vs. Chicago, Ann Arbor Syracuse vs. Michigan. Lansing Oregon Annies s. Michi gan A-ra-iAB I a.5 Only Real Handicap Pacing Notro Dame south Dakota vs. I Indianapolis Washington and Lee 264 i' Weight Column. Ames Nebraska vs Aim s. iMti :ii Des Moines Drake vs, Washington, jus a 190 12 1 7 in KENDALL DEFEATS ALVA KORMALITES Northwestern state Normal llnil Presbj'ierians for ( iiuiil ( lame, levenn SEAT DEMAND HEAVY UMPIRE IS A "JOKE" Owen .Men 1: ill tie i i i i n r ' Vouiij Tuttlo i, U unlverslts rival, rona) tne eleven cenn State which , .ni show a clean siate ul tbo I Oi'org'etoivn liall'wai in 1 1 I, is a rarilj I'ei.nsylvaiii The radical changes made In the rules Princeton . I',, nit-, MilHKogee i, .-, , ki. l.. d inal Tul i i . . , , Tin ' '' Vltenii- I iluriiiK Mic pnsl few years is respon- lhlgh till. 1 1 I 1 I 1 II n I - 1 5 :i I 'i 150 I a II."- I a III I a 138 1 I 181 i I llii 8 3 1 l 3 I ' 1 8 in:. 1 6 OKLAHOMA-KANSAS IS BIGGEST GAME ; All Ronthwesi Is Awaiting Resull ,la 's ( 'out est, I I slid, , iii Home extent, for this in. 'teas.. Harvard in scoring power, bul the raid remains Wash. S Jeff, In. li ear in and ear mil ma I.. 6 it I I I I II 5 ii in; S4 79 I 1 :i 1 , i u r.8 i.iiii to Th World. M IRM A N. ' ik la.. i let, 29, - Six .n thousand persons is a conservative . estimate of the number thai ili in watch the Kansas Jayhawkers and the Oklahoma Sooners battle on Boyd ,'- field this afternoon, according to Treasurer Lindsay of the university, who has charge "f ticket sales. A. haii' , orders had come in up to last niniit for four thousand seats ami at least two thosuand more were ex pert, .,i tins af tern, a .ii. With the an nouncement "i the immense crowds ' that will watch the name also comes the news that the Sooners are In good 1,1 condition to meet their old rivals ami the Sooners are almost is confident of uslnnlnv ,,ver the iinrttieMis as tin 1 ; Longhorna were a week ago thai they would lake the measure ol Rennle Grove, Young and Hause Show Well for the Easl Side Aggregation. 10 III By "BUM'.' BAILEY, (Staff Correspondent i ALVA, Okie., Oct, 29. In a closely- hcie today Kendall college defeated the Northwestern 'State Normal football team 26 to 6, Although the Kendall team won, their I ensi Tn TODAY'S RACE ENTRIES ) hup. ) i LAUKF.L 1' I Us P BACK ViV: After Nijthl 00. Dninslxiroiish OS Mis Wtr 100, ('cTitiiiiri s' , , , 1.1 ..1 ,H,,, p I Kll,l, I, l. SnlilHT II',. -M a r so.ee luuui ..... ,w. ..." run 105, nprlngfmsti tun, l'olnmeoe most as inuco. oui ine cm.. '.a n. Coin 1", It." liBTj 108, Cliff Edg make up for this in their ability to i.i St, Louis Arkansas vs..St. Louis. Norman- Kansas vs. Oklahoma. Columbia Kansas Annies s. Missouri. Lexington Cincinnati vs. Kentucky. nhnt-llti K'etivon vs. (Ihcrlin. Cleveland Dennlson vs, Western contested game lies. rve. Alliance Case vs. .Mount Union. LoulsvUle- Lose Poly s. Louisville. nreen Castle Earlham vs. De- pauw, j record for the season was marred. Mi'- Napervllle Belolt vs. Northwestern Connell, the ranger halfback and cap college, tain, went over the rlghl side of the - I visitors line for the first and only In the Bast, 'touchdown made h the Alva team, NEW 5TORK, Oct. 29. The foot- The umpire of the name was o huge ball elevens of Yale and Harvard face joke. As coach of the Alva high the baldest test on the morrow in the school team he had entered the first week and names of the eastern grid- name played between Alva hinh and iron schedule. The Ella will meet Cherokee seconds as a player. Then he the tin lquered and unscored on Col- was allowed to umpire the bin; name. gate team while the Crimson plays Jones, the midget end ..f the visitors, Penn state, vlctora over Pennsyl- was put out of the game by the urn vanla and other combinations of les- pire in (he last two minutes of play, scr pigskin caliber. Jones, drove, Young and Hause .,!.. ..,1 ,..,.!. .,11 I. ..,.., nf tl.r. .., 1 , ' - a , ,,. ,. ...... 1,.,. nlnalv ,n,li '" "i.e. .v..i ......... ... .... im r cxeeil.'iil sivie lor uie isi- ported to be he le section are not likely to he so hard fors, HaUSO made two of the four lirraru ... ,, i,,i IIUUW MB l.'l im'iiii.iii. l.eeii, ..ii- of last Saturday. Villa Nova fa.-es Connell and Ore) starred for the the Army and the North Carolina Ag-I Rangers, The latter is. known as gtea will try t., sink the Navy. Dollie. who played professional lase- The leading games with the scores ball with Wichita this spring, of the 1914 contests, where the same a paM from Orovc to Jones in tli Pltltations met on the grldir are as j fj.st ipiarter scored the first Kendall follows: touchdown, drove kicked goal. That Colgati at Yale. 7 lo 49. was all the scoring done in the first i', no state at Harvard, is to is tie. quarter, Opening the seend quarter, Virginia Po-l at Cornell, did not I McConnell line plunged the first score play, of the v. ismi across the Kendall goal Williams at Princeton. 7 to 7 tie. (line. Kick at goal failed. Hause wont Lafayette at Pennsylvania, 0 to 0. 12 yards through the line for the sec Villa Nova at Army, a to n , I ond touchdown of Kendall. A difficult North Carolina Annies at Navy, 14 touch at goal failed, ve Drove passed i(,ft to iti. to Miller yards, who ran 30 yards ..: ,i,, , i .i i t im 'il l ll ;n -mneisi, ii, v. : jor ine iiinii imihi.'o se.oe. n waa eiiconi ai oroivn, io u. anaiu inisscu. Rutgers vs, Owen's Sooners. Mel',, ill's knee. Which has been a small bugaboo in the Sooner Cfimp for a week, is ro- but lor a few minor brills, team always lias in the middle of th season Hie entire bunch is in first class form. The groat handicap Owenltes are , ting acainst the Kansans is in weight, Their line is outweighed net BW8J with the forward pass and to play rinns around the heavy fel lows in every other department of the announced lefl end: Phillips, W, Molt. last An- Mllc: Fairweathcr 99, print 108, I'., I. V. inn.', let. m,.,IUm. ns Si.nr :, II .. t rank in Six 9.1 open name. I'llIRD RACE Mllo: Ragle 95. Ona 98, The two lineups i annni ..! OA - ipprintentlant 100, Pandean night are as follows: i . i Sonrrililln -. Hac 122. Iluekhorn i OkisJnoma Fields m Cork of Walk 107. dewon, left tackle i'ol'KTI ttAt'K Mils and one-alghth , Rail center: Mramhrli 198 C Hhort Orai. 123 ltoainr lSj! guard; O. Hott. right tackle; Mont l - .111. HUH ll,ll...llll',.llll . H lloi " 1,1,, ,, . ,..,,. ,,.. ,. ' -. s,.,K.M ii.....,, -ts , ie,.,i 'i. i. o t. t-ost. r h it half: McCain r aht Ola not play. liuiaii nd in i ir,,nni icj. All Rmllei half; Oeyor. fullback Lahore llii, Boiar Biai Kan-is Reber, left end: James. .mi,r: captain, l. ft tackle; ii.,. rt. left guard; ..j I -i i, lltn hi . I ' 1 1 T l i I III I I I I rlBh tack'e: Heath, l" lsa. Quarterback; L ilf; Fitzgerald K M'K r i.ighi "- Tb Bump guard; Wlllln, Menln Park 101, Harry right end: Lit tea. JawboM 104, Pet.' QUUsnle, left ' r 112 i; M Miller 112 ,,,,-. N, ils, , It's Mfforonl Voh THE CHAM PlUiN bHlr OKEMAH SATURDAY Score end first half, Springfield at Newark, ; Kendall 111, Alva Normal 6, I Hause made the last score of the Oettvsburs at Lehigh, did not play, name in Hie thud quarter when after Rhode Island at I'nion, did nor Le.'kley brought the hall to the tw.i- play. yard line by tw., plunges, he went over Allegheny at ritist.urnn. mn not tor his second loucnuown. urova kicked eoal. I ltlal score, Isemiall - b, Worcester l'oly linker I 12, U M Mill'T t IS OKMULGEE AFTER OKMULGEE MFTS '. . i i i .in i it Wesleyan, o to Alva ,ght 14. Lineup: i. eo anon ai Ltsinus, inn uoi pia I: A Nt ! I' I.S Colby at Maine university, 14 to 0. gteWart Ki dman . . In Hie South. Wilcox ATLANTA, 'let. 29: Interest in Tjpdefraph southern football tomorrow turns Hines largely to thiv contests Georgia and por(t Auburn. Vanderbill and Tennessee and i, ri.llon LMHUIKK Ok la Oct. 29 In UKMln.we.ni "Kia.. o.-i. a. -uk- Qeornia Tech and Noll h Ca rollnu. An Campbell esl gridiron tussle witnessed here mulgee Hi-ih will meet okemah in t lie intersectlonal flavor will be niwn the T u eiiHon Okmulgee high heat Oke- third game to be played here this sea sport in the meeting of Washington iVir'ev tins afternoon on the local -""'i Saturady. The coming conflict ;,d Lee with Indiana at Indianapolis, McConnell ids hi the score 13 t" 7- Both ' MS arouseu inucii noei..-.,, ,, Among tne corneals aciisuuiea me. a were of the iami weight ami football circles, as okemah will brlntr Athens. Qa. Georgia vs. Auburn. , . . . speed and superior play- an unusually strong aggregation to I Nashville Vanderbilt vs. Tennes son Ii. r the name. This is the "ereiM men ooiiois. . .......... M t, victory for the locals this sea- bunch Is almost the exact weight Ol ,,, ,, .infaat, Thei will ehal- the locals and have a reputation f,,r ' World. spi v, l.l. th Suinmary: Kendall . . Alva Position KENDALL ...LI Handle.- ...I.T Wallace . ..LO Edwards ,...( Alien , , ,RQ Austin . . . kt Lukley . . . rri': tunes 1.1 1 drove . , ,FB Miller ...or Young ,,,Rfl lloiis9 Total 7 12 7 026 C 6 0 0 0 lenge the winner , of the Muskogee Tu'sS name lot the championship of eastern Oklahoma. peed. Rangers Griffith for If you want the walls of your house finished in any of the soft, velvety colors thai ari so very "'' ttlar, have your painter use Dev.,.. Velour finish. It's ;i piiiiit. iit a w ater eal cimine; it comes in many colors. It niil give you i li' mosl beaul and dumble finish possil l. for . W St I ; t., i; .a Weal, v in at Mornlngside, in Tulsa Decorating Agency. rs High Mn'- thi Mva-Kendall gam,-. The local team has no I lost a game this year and I - , . ontl nd. r for the west side ham- I plonshlp, I SI , , ... I ; ar- -v-. SCENE FROM THE BRINK" rot m-pari mi i ii i oil kii ii nt- 'iirntiVMu VOIIK MOTION PICTURtv CORPORATIOM At the Tnlace thea'er today only. in ln..i,.,, u..u-, i-o AIe,iu,i ' Substitutes: Charlotte- ' Virginia vs, v. M.I. Stewart. Stewart for I Julian; Ken- Atlanta- Georgia Tech vs. North dall Balcer for Edwards. Anderson .., l l,....,l O.r..., mM....li.. I for Jones. 1- list or All.l.tson louiu- thla season and carried off the honors I Baton i;..uge Louisiana State vs. 'downs: McConnell, Jones Mouse ., , f all of them, and is working hard , Mississippi Annu s Miller. Goals: I. rove 2. Leferee, Fisk. to n.' through the entire season's Lafav. tte. La. Southwestern Louis- Kansas I tnpire, iedorn : head llni s- schedule without a defeat. Conch lana vs. Louisiana college. ma" .Hughe, entral of Miss.m : Geyer has had the squad out for hard Lexington Ky. -Kentucky state vs. timekeeper. Osborne. Aiya Normal, Ivflnt nr-ietice a this Heck ana Has I Cincinnati Mime been concentrating the efforts Of the team or. p. r fee ting their skill with the forward pass mailers 1.". minutes. Sapnlpa High Defeated. Special P. I'll.' W'.irld SAITLl'A okla., Oet. 2'.l The Eastern Oklahoma Preparatory sch.,,,1 ,,f Claremore defeated the Sapulpa high sch, ...I team today by a score of ii to o. Catarrh a Blood Disease S.S.S. Drives It From Your System Because Catarrh affects the nose and throat, causing Bores in the noa- -ii., itMnin of nlr-tiiissugea and Dundee-Rivera to Meet. ntherini in the throat, It bus been oJffiTtf'B SSk. fsSSA .?!'rl2 I ; i "is, ' "a lifi'i'tita, will ii.ix i toui'iis, " , . T", T these paris. una uiou.. ui ,.,u,una. Is entirely wrong. It cannot gle per manent relief, and it la liable to Irri tate and aggravate the trouble. Ca tarrh cannot be trilled with. If al lowed to run on It will disease the bronchial tubes, settle on Hie lungs, the stomach Indeed It Is a very se rious disease. Don t treat It locally. nnd J,,e t, ii rounds at 134 pound here at 3 o'clock. November 8. lU-Nat(ona4s in. GREELEY, Col., Oet 29. -AH-Na-t .mils ii. All-Atnertcan 10. Township Roard Bays Cnlrerts, Spr '11 I" The Vrl,l. A I T' IK. Okla.. Oct. 2. The town- slip board returned Friday from Terrs (ie fact that It cauaes hemlachcs 1 ante. Im .. where they weni t.' viso the factories and buv some culverts nnd ten-foot bridges to he used bv the township. They bought a hill r gal vanized culverts and bridges which wilt be pi e ed on the road? a -"oil as J thov arrive. proof that it Is caused by impure and dlen-ed blood. The one treatment that has proved effective In the treatment of Catarrh 1 S. S. ... It Is the greatest blood purifier nnd blood tonic known. It relieves the cause of Catarrh by the process of re nourlahiug the blood, renewing Its streugth and vigor, giving new life to the red biood corpuscles and stimulat ing the Bow so that It has the vitality to throw off the poison and germs from the system. It Is literally a blood bnth. You quickly foe! results. Hendaoties disappear, the gathering in the throat stops, the nostrils heal before you hardly realize it you are well. S. S. S. Is a natural blood tonlo nnd has proven effective In the treat ment of all blood affections. Kczema, tetters, rash. Scrofula. Oet S. S. S. at your druggist's. If you need spe clai advice write the S. S. S. Co.. At lanta, Ua.