OCR Interpretation


Tulsa daily world. [volume] (Tulsa, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1905-1919, November 29, 1918, Image 5

Image and text provided by Oklahoma Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042344/1918-11-29/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

SOONERS WIN EASILY
FROM A. & M. TEAM
Hnnl Count in Ilattlg nt Oklahoma
( It I 27 to 0 Akk'ch An- t'oni-
picn-iy tiuirlHMr4.il.
END RUNS FEATURE GAME
HusUrll nnd Sunlok Muko Touch
downs In First Quarter forward
I'nsurt I'hcU Kffc-ttlvely.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 28
Worki'K forward pannes for two
ji-oriti and two perfect end runn for
no incru. the lnsvemty of Okla
homa defeated the Oklahoma A. &
X (u'.'H'e 117 to 0 here this after
n,,on, en a fairly fast field. A 35
vard' !. Hardy to Haskell, after
the seven minutes of play,
jived ihp way for Haskell's short
aod run for the first touchdown of
the a 'in if. Stv'atck's 45-yard run on
a recovered hick netted the Sooners
another score In the same period.
Scori.H In the second and fourth
pernios followed on line plays and
end rjim. The Sooner fallad to
kick t,"al I" tn second period. The
line'i;
OKLAHOMA A. & M.
I i aM k i i '.Ij-K Harrett
Smoot 'T , Hthertdge
Mart n L-1 I.lebhurt
I tin ft i . t s C Chambers
twin HM... Htafford
Helch.r K.T Kolk
M.iri-li ILK.... StuhhlefliJld
ll.ir.iy Q H liattler
IMM I..H.H Keen
While It.H.B Hay
Smit.-k F.li Locke
Si. re liy periods:
Oklahoma 7 13 0 737
A. A M 0 0 0 0 0
.-'un.mary; Touchdowns Hnsell,
Marlt I -I. Martin. Coals .from
lout !i.omteWhJte (2), Hill.
t iffia.il scorer Cochran. Kansas
City. Ilrferec I'tay. Texas A. & M.
t rnpiru- italcllffe, Oklahoma uni
versity, head linesman. Time of
periods, 15 minutes.
Dry Amendment Ratified
by Florida Legislature
.
TALI.AHASSKK, Ma.. Nov. 28.
The federal amendment for nation
wide prohibition was ratified by both
house of the Florida legislature to
d.iv, the senate 25 to 2, and the house
61 to 1. ,
Football Results
19;
13:
28;
Arkansas, 23; Kendall. .
Tulsa hlKh, 13; Muskogee S.
Oklahoma. 27; A Ai M., 0.
Madison, Wis., ( final) Wisconsin
7; Michigan Ankles, ti.
Hethlehem, J'u. Camp Crane. 12;
Lehigh. 1 0.
fcaKtnn, Pa. Garden City Aviators
21; Lafayette. 0.
rthestor, I'a. Swarthmnre, 7;
Pennsylvania Military Academy, 0.
Allrntown, I'a. Muhlojiburt;. IS;
I'rslmiH. 0.
Villa Nova. Ta. Villa Nova. 33
Drexel Institute, 0.
i hidago Naval reserves.
Camp (irant. 0.
Mem phis. Camp Shelby,
Park Field, 0.
At Lincoln Notre Dame, 0
brusk.i, o.
At New York Fordham,
Georgetown, 0.
At l'lltsburKh Ilttsburgh,
i ennsyivania Slate, 6.
At I,ouisvllle ramp Zachary Tay
lor, 4'J; Camp Sherman, 0.
At Waco Camp McArthur, 6;
Camp Pike, 3.
-At Oallas Iive Held. 18; Texas
n. v ai. iniantry. o.
At Houlder. Colo. University of
Colorado, 16; Colorado Aggie, 13.
'At llerkeley, Cal Stanford Fnl
vernity, 0; I'nlveralty of California,
6 7. ,
At Ran Antonio Kelly Meld, 20;
Camp Travis, 3.
At Knoxvllle, Tenn. I'nlverslty of
Tennessee 43, Tennessee Military In
stitute 0.
At New Orleans Tulane University
74, Southwestern Industrial Institute
At Lawrence, Kan University of
Kansas, 13; Kansas Agricultural
College. 7.
At Kansas City Camp Dodge, 7;
Camp Funston. o.
At St. Ixiuis Washington Uni
versity, 19; .St. Louis, 0.
At Atlanta Georgia Tech, 41;
Alabama Polytechnic, 0.
At Houston Camp Logan, 0; El
lington field aviators, 3.
At Hot Springs Army and Navy,
14; Little Kock College. 0.
Sixty Yanks in Lafayette
Air Squadron Are Killei
PARIS, Nov. 28. (Ha van) At a
dinner given last night by American
aviators In honor of their Frneh
comrades in the air service it was
announced by the under secretary of
aviation that of 240 American pilots
in the I-afayette squadron, 60 lost
their lives.
KENDALL IS BEATEN
BY FULLBRIGHT & CO.
Arknnsas Has Mule Trouble In Win
nliuc 0rr l4H-al tollcglnn In
Jlattlo Mm- Yesterday.
FINAL COUNT IS 23 TO 6
-
Hopping Makes 3.-Yuri! Hun Vis
ittng Quarter I Outstanding Star
III OlK'-MllllI i.UUM'.
. In tho Arkansas-Kendall game
yesterday tin- "ridge-runners" to
taled a score of 2'. against the Ken
dallltes' fi, nui.-h to the disappoint
ment of the many enthusiastic by
standers. While Kendall outweighed the vis'
itors they wi re outclassed in train
ing and speed. Hoth teams were
sluggish at times and few spectacu
lar plays were made by either side.
Forward p.isyns were unlucky
throughout the game, being lllfated
on most every try.
No man mi th Kendulltenm
qualified ahead of his colleagues,
but the balance of the action nnd
readiest come-lmik was represented
In League, Hilford nnd Hopping, the
last named getting by with a 35
yard run. The advance iHnVed him
within two yards of the goal line.
list n the whistle blew for the end
ing of the last quarter.
Arkansas had a one-man team in
Fullbright working at quarter. While
the balance of tile team seemed to
get by. there was nothing outstand
ing In the work they did. The fact
that they had the good luck to score
a touchdown In the first two minutes
of the game figured in holding the
morale up to par.
The features of the game were the
two dashes made by Fullbright and
Ilenson, fiO nnd DO yards respect
ively. The hlg quarter scored a
touchdown for his team on his. spec
taculnr run.
John M. Hall, Ohio State. 1919.
umpired thi game and both sides
fared well In the decisions. Travis
Golay refereed.
TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918,
TULSA HIGH "CINCHES Cjr
HONORS IN FOOTBALL'S &
W riAi J
aV "
5
DEMPSEY WINS POPULAR
DECISION FROM MISKE
PHILAIF,LPHIA. Nov. "8. Jack
Oempsey won tho popular decision
fit.ni Hilly Miske of st. Paul In a
s ow six room! bout at a Thanksgiv
ing day rnuiinee. only half a dox'n
hard blows were lauded during the
num. j nere was scarcely any action
in the first two rounds, but In the
ihird, Miske ).!i,.,i i-mpty with an
upperctit Id the jaw winch gave him
the advanfj;.' m this round. After
this the bout was all In Ienipsey s
ravor, the St. 'aul man frequently
resorting to holding In order to sae
himself from punishment.
NOTRE DAME-NEBRASKA
BATTLE SCORELESS TIE
LIWOl.V Neb, Nov. 28 Notre
Pn me nnd Nebraska university foot
bail teams played a scoreless tie here
today. The field was covered with
mud amf sjush following a heavy
fall of snow, making It difficult for
both teams to play their bewr. lloth
teams punted repeated V-
In sci inimages In t ke initial quar
ter. Patia, Nebraska's rlghi guard,
suffered a fractured wrist and Cup
tain llahan of Notre Dmt received
an injury to his knee, making It nec
ivssai y for both players to retire from
the game.
VANDERBILT EASY VJCT0R
IN BATTLE AT NASHVILLE
NASHVII.LK, Nov. 28. The an
nu.'l f.tnttinll iinlMMt lintwuMM Vun
derbdt university and (he University
of thn South played here thui after
noon was a 4u to 0 rout In favor of
the Vanderbilt eleven. The fiewanen
boys were completely outclassed al
though the team wan reputed by Its
supporters' to he the best sinew 1D0I.
Unison in team work with a batter
ing attack Interspersed with forward
passes were the factors that carried
the day for Vanderbilt.
Fasten! Cbsplmislilp Made phs-hivi
H.V Defeat of Mu.skogcv ill
TlianksglOng Day Ilattli.
FINAL COUNT IS 13 TO 3;
Columbia Is Beaten
by Syracuse, 20 to 0
rfYItACT'RK. N. Y...Nijv. 28. Syra
cuse defeated Columbia here this af
ternoon. 20 to 0, in the first football
context between the two college in
15 years. The battle was staged on
a field an inch deep In mud.
Um-aI Hoys OiiIcIiism Ithiils In All
ll'artni'iis of (lame Visitors
Scire lli'ld Cionl.
Thes best game that lias been
played on tile local gridirons, llih
season was staged on the hliih
Hfhool slaillum yc-slerd.iy when Tulsa
cinched, th pastern chamionhlp
with a score ugaliist Muskogco of 13
to three.
Tho first three minutes of the
gnmn looked like Tulmi lind a snap,
but business picked up when the
loculs tried forward passes They
Old n l get anywhere and al the end
of tho first half Muskogee, wus
triumphing with a I score from a
drop kick while Tulsa had aothtng.
In the second half Tulsa changed
tactics, played linn bucks, and made
good for two touchdowns, Wcneeke
and Kees, particular)' the latter,
stsrred throughout the game, each
making a touchdown.
Kvery inch of the ground was con
tested during the entire game and
Tulsa wss forced to see the 20-yard
line to the home goal crossisl fur the
first lnie this sesson.
It is possible that the game for
state championship may be played
here, said Merle I'runly, principal
of the hlght school, last night. "W
would muoli prefer to play that
game on our own gridiron."
IHIcidw IFdJdDdl 3Pn(iDdlTinseirs
PERHAPS you have never thought
of Armour and Compaq as a LOCAL
concern in this, community. Yet, that is exactly
what it is an outlet here to you and your dealers of Amer-
ica's choicest foods. Without this local branch, growers
selling through Armour would be without this market
And consumers could not depend upon uniform supplies.
GEORGIA TECH VICTORS
OVER ALABAMA, 41 TO 0
ATLANTA, Nov. 28 Oeorgla Tech
Plowed through a muddy fell J here I
tonay to a 41 to 0 victory over the
Alabama Polytechnic Institute of
Auburn In their annual. Thanks:
Ing day football game. It was loo
much Tech from the start, but the
visitors never stopped righting and
staged a rally three minute before
the game ended.
Tech'e victory came through six
touchdowns, five of them achieved
by laboriously plodding through the
mud, and one as the result of an 80-
yard run from the klckoft by Adams,
substitute quarterback, In the second
period. In all. the Uolden Tornado
made 24 first downs and the Plains
men rive, two of the latter through
Tech penalties. Holding and offside
play was frequent on Tech's part
while Auburn rarely Incurred a pen
ally, CHICAGO NAVAL RESERVES
DEFEAT GRANT, 19 TO 0
CHICAGO. No 21. Playing ankle
deep In mud, the Ch'.cage naval
reserves defeated Camp Orant at
football here today II to 0. Full
back Koehier of the ensigns, a for
mer Northwestern university star,
suffered a broken shoulder.
liens plowed through the Grant
line for a touchdown In the first
period, and In the, fourth, Johnson
and Hayes, who substituted for
Koehler, each scored a touchdown.
Johnson kicked a goal
The naval reserves, with eight sue.
cessive victories to their credit, hope
to arrange a championship game
with the University of Pittsburgh,
Intercollegiate title holder, to be
played on- December 7.
You look upon an Armour plar!t elsewhere
as a local organization there. And the
farmers ,there pegard this Branch House
(like all Armour's other Branch Houses)
as a local business here to sell their foods'
for hem. Both are right all of the Armour
concerns are local institutions yet so re
lated that they all must operate together
to serve you most efficiently.
We could sell to retailers through agents,
of course., But then we couldn't deliver
under our own supervision and with the
scientific care we do now. So we have our
own Branch House, and are able to distrib
ute the best foods in the best way, locally.
As a local concern our interests are intensely
local We pay local taxes, employlocal
men and patronize local institutions. The
continued development of, this, community
is vital to us. For we prosper only as this
community prospers.
It is to my interest as an individual and to
the interest of my firm to see that our
service reaches the top in efficiency. For
thus we serve best both producers and con
sumers, and help properly to distribute the
nation's food supply under war conditions
as in times of peace. This is why Amour
and Company maintain a local Branch
House, and is virtually a local concern.
HIM. McKay
Manager Tulsa Branch House
Telephone 105-859
KANSAS STATE DEFEATS
"AGGIES'VAT LAWRENCE
LAWRENCE, Kan.. Nov. 2H
After battling on even terms until
near the close of the final period
of play, Kansas university defeated
the Kansas Ktate Agricultural college
team here this afternoon 18 to 7,
through gains by Quarterback Foster
who made 20-yard runs through left
tackle and 25-yards around leftend,
and went over for the tuehdown.
The Aggies scored in the first 1 1
minutes of pluy and the university
men evoned In the second period iy
shoving Ruble over the line.
WISCONSIN WINS IN LAST
TWO MINUTES AT MADISON
MADISON. Wis , Nov. 2s In the
last two minutes of play today Wis
consin plowed Its way throughsjhe
Michigan Agxlef" eleven for a touch,
down and then kicked goal, winning
7 to 6. Walter Kuehn, substitute
right halfback, called the hall over
for the P.adgur score, and llarr
kicked goal.
The Aggies made their score a
minute before the second period end.
ed. An injury forced rlundt, Itadger
fullback, mil of the game In'the sec
ond period.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
WINS ST. lOUIS HONORS
Don't Sell Your Liberty Bonds-They're the Best Investment on Earth
ST. IOI IK. Nov. 28 Playing In
a field or bog vtasmngion tiniver-
s.ty's footbnll eleven lodiiv won the
cltf championship by detcatiug Mt ,
lOi)is univeislty 19 to 0. j
Forward passes and punts were
used frequently by the victors. Oood ,
team work featured the playing of,
both aggregations. Ilerger scored j
two of the Pikers touchdowns and
Kvans the other. Him (won kicked ;
the first goal, missing two others.
spectacularTunwins
for dodge over funston
I
s
I
The
Friday Hour Sale
at Vandevers
No phono orders' hour sale items cannot
In1 sent C. (). 1). no chiirjcps, oxchanjres or
refunds shop by tho clock, for articles go
on sale promptly.
Hour Sale, 9 Until 10 A. M.
35c Fancy Silkoline, 19c
Fine assortment to choose from ; floral ef
fect in all colors; limit of 10 yards to a
customer.
Hour Sale, 10 Until 11 A. M.
$2.50 Women' Traveling Slip
pers, 69c
Made of satin and kid; most all colors.
They come in neat leather case, which is
included at the sale price.
, Hour Sale, 11 Until 12 Noon.
$5.00 Plaid Petticoat, $3.75
Made of Rood, soft silk; all colors
plaids; all Bizes.- Third Floor.
of
four Sale, 1 Until 2 P. M.
$3.50 Boy' High Top Shoe
$1.95
Lace and buckle style; black and tan
leathers; sizes 8 to Second Floor.
Hour Sale, 2 Until 3 P. MK
lToVPianpt, 59c
Mahogany finish; upright style; about I
inch size; just 30 to sell at this price.
Hour Sale, 3 Until 4 P. M.
Women's Black Button BooU
$2.75
Patent leather of good quality; concave
heel; values up to $6.
Hour Sale, 4 Until S P. M.
25c. Fancy Percale. 19c
Fair assortment of stripes in all coloVa; 32
inches wide.
Hour Sale, 5 Uttttl 6 P. M. !
36-Inch Purity Cambric, 18c
Good quality; full bleached; limit of 10
yards to a customer. "
R.EMNANTS HALF PRICE UNTIL NOON.
r
Oklahoma Hospital
Ki'rvlco Consists of
1st. Fireproof building arranged for
a purpose.
2nd. Modern run! complete eii- p
ment under one roof.
3rd. Chiiriicter, experlencn ami kiX
of Attendant.
Ir. Frril K. Clinton, I'reslilciit
Miss II. C. C. Zl gdcr. It. N.
Superintendent
Pr. Lytic AthiTinn
Resident Physician
Ninth nnd Jackson Street.)
I'hono Osage II 'J '.ill
BUSINESS CARDS
Phone !0(!0 1B-17 West Archer
HATCHER PRODUCE CO.
Wholcsalo Jobbers
Creamery Hutter and Eggs
Good Eggs Always
CARTER SMITH
Lawyer
314 Bliss Bldg.
TPV YE Dr. 'Arthur
Campbell
Ear
Nom
Throat
Msyo nidf
r-hone
Headquarters
fCryptok Lansst
for
Nw Location
n i l)
Phona im
It Wast ?tur4
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
Efficient trained nurse. Bablea
doptad If dsalrad. , ,
1103 W. MAIN ST.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
s
8
8
i
f$ Dr. I. Angstreich
i
s
SHANNON '!
FURNITURE
. Eichanga Nsw for Oli
. 14 and It Waat 8cond
0r W. MeOulloch H. H. Chattl.
MOWBRAY
UNDERTAKING CO.
OPEN DAT AND NIQHT
. IERVICB
SEWJNG
CHILDREN'S GARMENTS .
Embroidery, Tatting, Layettes
MRS. B. H. HIZAR
Phone Ull-J. 1741 South Boston.
OPTOMETRIST
with
HARRY HEILBRON '
JEWELER
Veeond and Mala Phona 111
THE CHILDREN'S DAY,
NURSERY
tlT SOUTH CHBTENNB
PHONB 1001
Children Cared lor burins; Worklag
or Dooppmg tiours -
W. J. GREGG L J. MARTIN
Attorneys-at'Law
Exchange National Bank Building.
Tulsa. Okla. j
EDNA B. FARIS
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Room 530 Mayo Building
Phone 7985.
SAM'L. A. BOORSTIN
ATTORNET AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW
111-11-14 Wright Bldg.
Law of Oil and Gas
Law of Corporation
PHONB Till
ViSnm Thrnat. Rnlds
L'lWMI W I III WUII VUIUU
KAN'S AH CITY. Nov. 2S. A spec-
ken flcl
Tonight! Take Dodson's Liver Tone!
Better Than Calomel For Liver
Calomel sickens! If bilious, constipated and head
achy read my uarantoo.
taculnr broken field run by Ooughlln,
rlirhthalf of the I Hin p Dortfte foot- ! a-
ball team, k;ivc the lowanK a 7 to 0 ij..- , m. t-i,. ,.
victory over famp runHton today In I . " in , .
a same played on a loppy field. "J'"?- C wh'n bl! loM
Major General Leonard Wood and "IorCu1n','P,e1- Don 1 lo"" dy
his maff from Camp Kunston were . j
the honor (tuests. The score wan i Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
made In the third period after Kun- r wilch cauiee necrosis of the bone
ton had outplayed Ita heavier oppo
nents in the preceding periods.
Chnnires In Munich.
PARIS, Saturday, Nov. 23. The
revolution in li.-iv.iria has not
brought about much rhantts In
Munich, according to special dis
patch from that rlty to the I'etit
rariMien, and tho ntte maoh'nery
continues to run almont normally.
The majority Holallxts and hour
Reolxe parties are preparing for the
elections to the national assembly
which will be held soon,
Calomel when it cornea Into contact
with sour bile crashes into it. Jireak
Ins it up. This Is wtien you feel that
awful nausea and eramplnir. If you
are luKKlih and "all knocked out.
If your liver Is torpid and bowels
constipated pr you have headache,
dlxilnees. coated tongue, If breath Is
had or stomach sour just take a
spoonful of harmless Dodson's Uver
Tone. .
Uere's n guarantee rjo to any
dnm store and ret a bottle of Dod
Foss Uver Tone for a few cents.
I Take a spoonful tonlsht. and if it
doesn't strahrhten you right up and
make you feel fine and vigorous by
morning I want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod
son's Uver Tone Is destroying the
sale of calomel because It is real
lier medicine; sntlrely vegetable,
therefore.lt can not salivate or make
you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Uver Tone will pat your
sluggish Uver to work and clean
your bowels of that saor bfle end
constipated waste which Is clogging
your system and making you real
miserable. I guarantee that a bot
tle o Dodson's Lhrer Tone will
keep ysur entire family feeling fine
for month Give It to your chlldren.
I? Is harmless; doesn't gripe and thnf
like lia pleasant testa, 4
1
Quickly Rallttvwal By Hamlin's
Wizard Oil
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a limp!
and effective treatment for tore
throat and chest do Ids Used as a
garglt (or sore throat it brings qui lc
relief. Kubbed on the chest it w.ll
often loosen up a hard, deep seated
cold in one nig lit
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
and burns occur in every family, as
welt as little troubles like earache,
toothache, cold sores, cenker. sores,
stiff neck, and tired aching feet.
Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al
ways bring quick relief.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle aud
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents. Guaranteed.
For Itching Torture
There is one remedy that si Mom,
fails to stop Itching torture and relieve
skin Irritation and that makes the slua
soft, clear and healthy.
Any druggist can supply you wild
xemo, which generally overcomes all
skin disease. Acne, eczema, itth, pim
ples, rashes, blackheads in most cases
give way to remo. Frequently, miaor
blemishes disappear overnight. Itching
Usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use snd
dependable. It costa only 35c-, an extra
large bottle, $1.00. It will not staiivis
not greasy or sticky and is positively
sate lor tender, sensitive skins.
The E. W. Rote Co-Cleveland. O.
r
V
r

xml | txt