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Automobiles SECOND SECTION VOL. XIII. NO. 188. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, MAKCII .10, 1'JID. B WESTERN LEAGUE TRAINING SEASON IS UNDER WAY TULSANS REPORT New Secretary Tubs Baseball Club ' Irrmmnnrai,: - 1; HtKt lumurmuvv Twenty-Three Under Ooti tract; Haines Kxpected tu Come in old.- MANY VETERANS TO RETURN I'rai'tieally Same Club Which Finished Second Iast Year Is Retained. IWIi 23 player under contract, 18 , 'h,.in nr" of proven ability, the . l.. ...ma l....ttu,!1 mus.I western iea..? ....... aid '.irt irHlnintr ...i.iiiid nrosp'";. Tuesday with J mixing by Jfhc mn under contract (ho locals will le In tho fl it hunt from the flrat gong. Prctl'jily the same club that fin uhed a l'" second I" lnn Weatrrn 1,11.1 ffaKin will report to Ab liotl Tuesday. Al Kiuiikn. age 24. employed by a Tj wi oil company and formerly In 0,,' Western league; Tod Harding, J Central league; Frank Knmlnc, ;; on.. ..f t tit Thrcu I wheel leud tni sUbsters two ar ngo; J. K Kaiwnury. 27, with Ablsitt Hutch inson r itj l last yMt; 1.. J. Allen. 30, Dialing til Nrl y"r I" professional lion-hail. Tex Covington. .'10, form.T Anioricin ussm latum hurlor; 1 i ' llrwcti. also formerly In the Mickey IstK'ie. J'""' Ijimbrechl. 21. cm. of l hi most prnnilHlng aeml-pro. tiiumml pitchers In the iiiiuino west ml who li also inking his lrt whirl In organised husehnln are tho eight pitchers who have signed llurhiim, a llki-iy looking joiing pitcher, iinii- fitil Abbott yesterday that tin nd uffrrej on Injury to hla hack and hl be unable to rrport. Maniim I Slur Catcher. 1' J. .Msumn. 21, firt airing catch er hist ntir and one of the ben re cflifrn in the league; Mickey o Hi on, 21, purrhaned from the i)k lihciua I'.ly i- 111 li, and Mike 1 ! 1 Ihh. a ll-vi'ir-idd St. ,iila aciul-pro, form the catching alaff. Abbott will preaent one of the rluulest Infield In the u'ague. Horace Flagg, 2, aeeond Ijom or ihortstop, with great deal of soml professlonal experience; H. W. i.'irvelantl, 2S, third base, oansldered on of the beat guardians or the hot corner In the minora; C W. Goodwin, 25. aeeond bne, formerly In the Wraiern and Federal league, and In tlx army lat year; John Wufflic, 2.1, rronrf but or ahortatop, with lluuhinno last season; IIUI Wano, II, former Western association and Southern association flrat buamin; Htl Brokaw, who, ha played In sev rl minor circuits, and K U. Mur phy, 20. In hi Inaugural attempt In f prufewiinnal ball, romprlae the Inner dererine player under contract. 'eniiy Meyer. 30, field cnptnln, f"rmer big leaguer and With llutcl). Inmn l.uit eeaaon, Ted IJjip. 23. In he Weatrrn naaooiktlon two year o, Yank liavla. 2, Ihili-blnion !'m'r l:ut ennn, Ned 1'ottlgrcW, 53, former Wralern league, Weatnrn ""riatioti and Kedoial league pluy ". and lirrfny Martin 53 who Iulm P'ed In thn Central and Three-1 "mil', in the army luar year and ronalilerrd one of the tniutt promiH- tie men nn tho club ruatur, aro oiilfie,j,.,B Itoblii-om Not Ilnani fYrrni J H.ilnea, one of the Wwitern'a "ollng liurler laHt yenr. drafted by Unctnnmi but turned back ami now Holdout, probably come Into i,1 l ' '"'""rdlng to Abbott. "' ok, und JohnHon. recruit hurle-a, T..L 'n"' uP"n their fcrrlvM In Tula. l:d,ly UoUnon?Qbought "m (ikhiWna city. ,nd Joe lloh h"?."' '"'Wntracia a few day ago " not been heard from hut they '"liar. o.nfieMor. Hed ltocru, who on i ,nln' mnn ,no Mutrhln "n trio of Blar gardener Innt year, ' n""biT of the hop4ml corp. Mtlon.,! at Camp Ixwlge. owa ',, chlrrn U'"U"e ,0 ,'CUr hl" fro'';? T9rtv "'veral tele-ama n rL'.''-,y''r!' ",5"" "'-V would be rive IV nr" '"Peeled to ar- i ,iri l v rrtiiM. Prelim Cln7r'lln'.r? ''" held at Haj.il Zr. ', ,n ? ih" xhlbltlon gan nr hA I. m . nr tTh, rn ..,,.i, y. Ameri niiil r. But,.. B"" " """erR will " it -rn plav tho "fmeo. nun- Sprlna, h. ry at Kami wH hurnd-iv nt ) p. m Th. iK'X yxU,ln tiiuriin. In nee,,',',? "' """ f"rtunnte H , ' "umber of oly e,hl M T- " ,mvl"g been er-hed- th. , " '", Kollowlng Apf, .'"."'.'n a- hednle In dale: """vlar , ,.,;11K',,n""" Ci,y American April n ?.?"'V''"" 1"r'K"" fl"b here rl"h h..,.. A"rl""'"' N'ltlotial loautie Mgiii-'J'h-oNutlon. ! nu,,Zn r'"'n'1 and eland ho ..... , nii'i Tn fiel, ",'tt Hiihirday t'.la 1- 1 '" rt"Illenle of the St. n , t , VV)l:" lot and I n f',"v, m,,n" contractor, K "r o',, 7 . wh." L" 'lrectlnK the f'lnf, IR M'lln.l mi 7 r.irrft.i ... . emu,!- nrn ,!ne the . n"M several Hine.r "f na.';n',!'v- 'ere l no h'n i 2.n""."'r 'iflv such n 'l' fell he everr.l ,r"l hl, h . 1n Th'b"lon rnme peri1I,n,r,,,,ul,'" ' thn death of h''h ,'lh..",",w' r-"n'n1etlnn of h..n . y. "tried (n left field h. y view T 11 ""erterred with "'"It In , ;"nr" nd in h.u. hi ..... . . i hi. m ,4- . a eh.. ' n territory. 'h'r nre 1B to be on the "i am. TV, "lei,,. W vw of ppoiesKB. ha vi Tennlt 11 per 'ax Prtet 1 1. "n 'heir plnythliiKK A.'e.s. L . ' "official" VET . .1,11 . . HI will golf nliortciuM to 18 f A I New eecretary of the Tuli Western League PnebII club, who ha arrived to begin hi iliitlen. Al h;i been In tiaBcball more than a acoro of year and known the hu.ilncH backward. Larrv Dailcv A fan who. Judging by hl Inter! In tho bnaoball ltuallonUi.ere, must be a dyed-ln-lho-wool baaeTVU bug, eiich u make tho grand old game the national paHllme, write and sug gest that the Tulmi Western league game be marled ak 6 10 or 0:1.1. The fan wiy he la an office man and llke many other cannot, eaally get to the game If they aro started earlier In tho afternoon. While It I true that ome patron age I lost by playing game whilo nonie of the faun ace at work, it t not probable that the suggcHtlon will be adopted. Tho purpose of starting gamea at S or 3:30 o'clock 1 to per mit Uie spectator to get home In time for the evening meal culled dinner In aome quarter and supper In other. Should games be started about 0 o'rlncic ttio fan could not get home until aluut 7 o'clock- - and friend wife would Imtnedialely do cbire a boycott on bohhv'n attending the gamca and rooiini; lor llio lor.il nine. Twilight half":! tried lat year by all thn minor leagues, the Western being one of Its firsl to plav games In the evening. It wns a war mens urn only and probably tho best for hint season. Hut the average fan wantit to spend the evening with his lady friend, at a nbow or motoring and ilm-sn't euro ti see b.i.seball lit that tlina. ' TTiui 1 ho lart d;iv of Tnla' rtove leugnn. T"tnnrrnw. the fjAloinond heiuc theninclvos will be Fullerton Will Dope Them For You in my m (iii s. n i.i.ruixiN. rvplng til" major league pennant mors thin yoir is one of Ihe hardest mathematical tasks "f neon! years. Vi ore working not wi'h unknown riimntitloH, im we wen- l.iot year, but with worse; Willi uncertain quan title! and, Ktill more aggravating,! w must fMrure sotno iju.-uii lies which never leforo havo had n part In tile dope. The uncertainly ni to tlie-return c some 32 major league players, nt rather, uncertainty n to the ntiif when tiny w.ll return Is the win it frnturo of the enure dope We know how the loiimi will be shaped up when the men w ho at" wanted got back und wo are certain Ill's spring that the great ma w will re main with the tenrne. Iwmt se.iwm It looked n If the dope went wrong all over Yet th fuel le fhat nt se.iw.n, more than any other, prnvtvip to me that. the fys tern of d'oplng whh-h I evoived n soore of years mm ii pnod. 'I lie test enme when 'bo roni'ant changing of ihvi'rn i'haii-e,l the dope almi' every dav. p Ihir'.ng the fill, when 'eims W"r being shot to pus es I trie. I the plan of ditng tc nn Mto.ii;:hs once n week, nnd it worked wmI. Of courre all the dope made In I ho sprint wen' by" the board. bei tune, not only did the player rharign, but the po.-l'ion valiin rhangfvl with them. This year, we -will h.ive."tn reverse the method. Instead of n constan'lv de cre.islnir team sin nir'h we will h iva a constantlv in'-re i.nr "'i In on I n itv vnii" i 1 h ue often shown bv figures, each posl'ion (,n a luill c'ub has l' Mil ie n-i-TTdV.-s of the man who fiXx I'-, The i t' her, I.,., i :tr, r.-ut or ine o ff.tiive stienirtrl f 'his club, the I cwuJior 14 per cent, Uio other pol - w isi.. here. and from now on for nearly six months will furnish local faudom their baseball, nol from I h sporting p:ige but III real uetloii on the diamond. 1m-i' all be there from the fust to the lust ball n ml make Tulsa the frroatcst minor le.igue baseball town. Joclc Oelfand, well known sporting fan and manager of the Liberal Jew elry company of this city und form erly onHlsiant manager of the lilobe theater of Kansas City, I to assist Hill Smllh In the management of the Dmpres theater at night. Waite Hoyt Man Plan Ball Again This Year Walto Hoyt, the youthful pitcher, who wo one of five player turned over' by the (llant to tho Itochosler club In exchange for Karl tnnltli. and who announced .shortly after the deal had been oitiplete,r that he would retire from baseball rathor than spend another year In the minors, may report to Arthur Irwin after nil. Hoyt rernntly had a Ioiik iliscusKlon wlili Irwin, and ns a re sult be Is i iiiiMl,l?'rlim- thn mailer and Is ixpiicle.l lo announce bis Intention- in the near future. It Is sen erallv considered thai l'ie former Hrooklyn schoolboy would bo fool lull to unit the game l Ihts time. He Is only 111 yearn old, und If he seriously applies himself th absorb ing baseball knowledge fur another your or two In the minor he will be roidy for fast company. He Is cotiHldered to have a much of the "goods" In him a any youngster In Ujn panto. 9... mnle Mack' son Iia gfiren tip trying to manage a professional buseball cltrb and htm (aken charge of the menrhant team at Itrletol, t'onn.. In a soml-i ro league. tlorwt lesM. the Mition value de pending upon the number and 'be kind of chance to tnako plnvn. The defensive value of the pitcher, for Instunce, varies with the strength nt the wi.itknies of the opponent's nl t.icklni; strength, iist year tho at tnoktnir strength of the team li both Amei-lcan ajvl Nittlonal league n'-'reiute eieaoiiy trn n June to the r AutTiist 10. riniri, ami mpuny iiim At the rloee of the i.4uin the pitcher w.-us more than li'l r.er cut of the to tal defensive stron'-li of any team. I'lK-tiiT lllgli In KcfiTTsc. In July, wlK't: lha .leninruls of the h r in v and navy dt in '" take lha pl.ier-the dope etiowed plain. y thai whichever of Ihe leading club wsm 1 in-It v enough to retain Us pltchera would win. ('Imago and the Red Soi won because their star pltchem wer not railed to the i-olot unlil the fight w an over. The dope In the world' serle was entirely on pitchers nnd It showed that w hli hover tn in iger mads the best or the luckiest select Ion of plti her would win. The difference In te.un strength was not mihiikIi " give either team the n lvunt.ige ,o .lonely to.re'.her did ihe two teami figuie thai, before the aerie started, I .stated that the dope Indicated that If Harrow opened tlu ere with llu'h nRiiltisi Vaughn the lied So ought to win, and that If he tried to mart with Hush n mil list Vaughn the Cubs would win. In other word, th entlio series seenned to hlrge on the result of the first game, and that g un., upon which pitcher Harrow n levted. There 1 no doubt that the pltrb.r on ho:!i tennis in the world w-rn we'e belter thin rn per cent of the defensive s'reiir'h rf their team. This year, an the teams iiW promise i0 open Hit? season, Uie pitcher if- "E5 MOINES EXPECTS TO BE IN FLAG HUNT lU'liirn of Mont of laifl 1 fur't Mar ln-mN I tin to llrlli'ii' llnoxtci III Win I'i'iiiiaiil. i i 'BOASTS OF BEST OUTFIELD Kill Wall I ni II Tlii-v S'V TiiIhi l"rlu In AclbMi ( offi'v IhMlM'iiM by N now ions llidiloiil. .... 1KS MOIVKH, Willi the ii rHnl IIRer J." k I nffev low ,i, M .in cii'rduy of . h:iH,b,i!l proi Man pecl look decided l.i ,i 1 1 1 1 I.-e li'f.ei, iei III Men Mti:nr i-i'iiiiy tippolnled club se,-ti.ai . lec.nl'v appointed Willi ledei.i:, N.il.nii.il iiii, Anieil i a n b .iAriie i lut's a: hi. Iiuts. and mviier Tom I .iirweilber. Imuirdl ately hevaii plllis Willi Coffey for Die l omint; stasnn. I'Ue men li.iM; been signed by Coflrv, but II is lillliorpd til.lt sev- er.il . t ti i s are hnld'tiK out fur more .iliir. I 'it :i Museer. pitcher, and llruco 1 1 j ri f or,.!, shortstop, uie aaul Jo be demanding more money if they play. Manfoid was dia -hat ne.1 from Ills army esiei d;i, und M usmit ei pI'CIS lo b leleased shortly. iM-lhurn. pi'cher. Wriglil. Ihlnl hiisninii n , hi.iik. recruii pitcher; Wa.ker, cTteher, und rihultr.. flrot biiHetnan and ouiflebler. have siMued Itieir conlr.u-is Iieliiuin is ibe best of tho ii'v'T liniliis. Sliulu la said to be ina jor league m.iierlal JIu was obliilned froni Milwaukee. Illfli l.lers til Iti-IIUTI. The it! her leuni membi'i t, lire not yet in l he fold, but are i x peel ed ',ji b.i slKUid hhorllv "Zlggy" II. iWD brouek, former While Hox phiver, wilt lie at flrt base, Manager Coffsy will play n . 1 1 1 1 I Wright in ibird In the eutliel.l lil be Sli.nilev. Murphy and Cits, which naner l''nli. i". hep I i uis Is the beet gar den trio In minor leitgue baseball. Iilek Hreen probably will catch again for the Hoosier Me wauled to nrinage Ihe Sioux City club, and hi release would have been granted hud b got Ihe position, but Hloux Citv- alieadv hnj4 slKued a pilot, Then, will not be a great deal of ctmngo in the peisiunel of this yeur's team, Kwoldt, Ihird baseman, :.ll Is In Ihe army In FrHiice and probably will not bo back for Oils season. W right, however, took Kwoldl ( plm e I ist year, and Is a veteran. I'elburn. Corey. Stark, 1'uyilo and Musser will compose the hurling staff In Ihe early part of the season, providing Musner come to liirins. IHsputo Over laymv r.ivne still 1 In Ihe service, and Ihe While Ho dlpule Pef .Molnes' claim to him. but r'olrweatnor be lieves ho ha the bettor claim. lres arn also Is In the service nnd may not be released In lime to start the season. lie, with I'elburn ami Mu sor, ar thn heat pltchera on lulr wenlher' staff. The Iloosler will curry 13 men after Ihe club ha Imjcii pruned o that somewhat higher salaries may be paid. Manager Coffey now Is arranglna for practice game. An exhibition li rf n It- already ha been arranged with the Chicago While Hot on their wnv north from Mineral Wells. Tex. il.imee may be arranged with Kraks iinlversliv of Ilea Moines, and Iowa university. ' There has been some I ulk of establishing a downtown park, but It Is hardly likely (hat It will come to o.nvlhlng this vear. Fuirwen tlier says, "Another pen nant for I Moinisi this year." Meredith to Nwolen. ririLADKU'llIA. March it. Ted Meredith la connected with an Importing and etportlng Hualness concern of Philadelphia and will make hi fourth trip to Sweden this veur. taking part In track meet In Sweden, Norway, and Henmark. The former I'nlvereily of Pennsylvania track star expect to get Into shape to give a good account of .himself. Other prominent athlete may also take part in Ihe sports In Sweden this year. ure to be 42 per cent; Ibe catcher, 10 per cent, and the value of lha other seven player defetilvel v ) Is reduced accordingly. The 1 1 All v HI mil value of a great bitter, or waller, ! enhanced by Ihe absence of m venil of the truly great pitcher The ntily plun upon which 1 eftn hit I to divide the season arbitrarily Into two sections, I am figuring that by June 1 Ihe loams will reach their normal stretiKfli for the s.-.ion. Therefore, I am figuring Wl'li dif ferent sets of dope f .Kill es one from April 2.1 to June 1, and the oilier from June 1 to the finish, and by j nddlnir the final f.K'irea tr.petlier I resell ino IO.UII oinilKllI l'r uie entire season. It I rather Involved, but I think It will Ki't closer to the real strength of Ihe team than to afTrnpt 1" figure the team at their hu t aJl the way Ihruuk h. Ouullt.pm of Iti'turnlng I "la t or. There I another ipianlity which I uhi. oh! unknown That Is In what condition the returning player who havo been In army and u ivy service will be. Thtne 1 have seen nnd talked with are In better phvsical condition thin they ever have been during their baseh.-iil niirni, and they will get Into proper playing con. dltion far more ijuiekly than their fellows who were not In service will do. The fellow who have engaged In hard ork at ssntial Jobs also are In better condition than Is usual at thi time of the year, it may be that some of them have suffered pliystril ailment or wounds that will hamper Ihi-ir U' tiv dli s. rinwdv, for Instance, w' gassed. Klepfer, of Cleveland, win wounded, F.lmi-r Meyer wis reported once In hoe- pltal, but Ibis was not conftrini'd From report from the various dub the essential players have nol Tulsans Interested in Grand Circuit Campaign of Bucchner's Wilkes Brewer I) I.MlliV I A 1 1 . 1 : V . In- W II liue bnei. Union" ur ! P'nti of niirii:-! n. t hio. owner of I W like" III l-M el I Ala 1 i and I't hel peidv hllllix bolSis and el know n In I ii nn s l i,l..iinlnf an I t en si e -e i ' u HI i ii a ll l in' ih.a ei- Ihon. nil ti n lor h. -'.i.' e tli j III. .-u III I V. e, IS oil.' of III., f ft IS' I li i 1 1 1 - el.'el.-.l ,11 I he III. 1 11.1 II'' , Hit und luii fo: "en pionoiiin-e i l.er nil.' of Ihe rho. 'ls bit of horse j f ii ei r i- n In hiirnes- rai iin.' iii.'lei. ! for s m. e tune n practice, the '! miUoh.i; n,u,' bus onto .lose lo Ilia , two 0 .in it,, in. nk and her oHiiel .and those who kn.m her pie;,i hlie I will ii'i'".i' 'i tii.it time iii Oi.h eiiin lller s liu'i IICKH It v.ui in ll'li. Unit Wilkes Hiow.'r fir-l I l.ish '.I mi, i !' oiniiii in ,. M llni'itli lo' did en nn e In the l N lime and her hIuiwiiiks weie con fined exclusM' v iii ,,if mile tracks, 'he uiioi.'i'd a nice I i ji I of winnlnxa und showed areiil pi ..misa ' for Ihe future Kleion jclorles wete won in udltlon In eaiahlisliliig seeinl Horld reeonls. W ilkes Hi i wer wound up III,, sea son undisputed le. ider of her agi' and In 1st; was entered In lb Irund circuit. Here she sustained '.he - ii f i ) t.ce il.n il in liei l win ning M 3d., und lowi ted her recol J lo 2.0 7 1-4 , Karly In the s-'.ooin of ISIS she WIS Mturled oil tin liulf mils couise nt M irluii. i iiiln prim to her ilrund clrculi rngmremetit. A vlctoty whs eredlted to her In a four-he it race and another world leeoid add t to her score. Wilkes linnet won the first heat, firand ilimni Ihe second and W'llkei Hrewer the third uud fourth, the world's bed record bon showing that the mine now' rank a champion for n isc of thai length, Ihe lime being J.I! 9 1-4, 2.11, 2 11 1-4 nnd 2 mi 1-:' In Ihe first linunl . Irrult meeting, of tho year, Ihe 1,U"0 2. OH trot. The 'Hiui, sho lowered her mark lo li on 1-2 and am mod second money The fullowliiK "cell l(t Kuluniiiitno, she won Ihe Iu,Iiiiii Paper Mills take, winning nil t hre,. . be it and redudng Iter nine l. 2 in; 3 4, O.i ia und 2 07 I 4 l'urlng the year Wilkes Itrrwer CATHOLIC NINE WINS FIRST OF THE YfAR Here's Ihe first nn of Ihe season! Tho Catholle school baseball nine defeated tho Hardman Hrave In Ihe opening baseball game of tho for mer's schedule yesterday, 2!l lo 4 Cuptuln I't lend pitched iilr-tlghl ball, permitting iiluu hit and sulk ing nut I II men. The Catholic club Issues a chal lenge to ail boys' team of Tulsa. For challenge tall Cuptuln I"rlend, phone 1 '.7 1 Tho scute: Cntliollca. Player All. It. II K Vlddauch. h 4 7 1 Manually. If 7 12 0 Williams, c 7 S 4 U Hell, lb 7 3 4 II Hole, ss 7 r. f. 0 Cannon. 2b. 7 4 B I Friend, p 7 4 0 C. linle, if .. ... ; 7-3 3 1 W hite, i f 1 2 f. n FIUgi.ruld, rf t 0 0 II Tolul 4 29 42 3 llrnven. Player AH 11 If lv lliirdmirn, e ft II 2 0 Sappeiifl'ld, If f. 0 I 0 Moss, lb S 1 1 2 N'ewmoiik, .th 4 1 2 I Coffmun, 2b 4 112 Mrowu. i f 4 o 0 1 1 Thorn peon, if 4 0 II 0 I'veatt. p 4 0 I 2 McNutt. 4 0 1 i Totals x iJ 4 DM The World miffered innl we must figure them on their known abilities, and take a rhance that they were not disabled ur glowed up In any way. I nm f.K'ir.nK roughly now thai the major leiguoa will be close to i per ' "tit In low normal alreng'.h at the .'4k))1. and within 5 per cent of the streiiKth of three vouis ago I'V Juno I There In not a h im e th it the A in er ii :i n e.i ku" ci ii be us strong St any tune 1 1 i m Season as I'm iv ei.'lge of the I- I'lil e;ls ptece.l.nK the war. but the Natl. null will by June 1 he lie'i r than lt.i liver. Ik'.. during the sarnn p.tind. Neither league will d' vel.ip much pliivitm talent u.s the number of new play er beiiiK tiled out Is len than a quniter the usual number. Tho one element which promise lo make for better baseball I thai the muniirer will have small siiu l to work Willi, during the spring train ing sisisdn and will not waste lime uselensly on experiments, so that, while individual strength of team may be low. teem work certainly wilj b In Iter il irlng tho early m-oaon ilinri It usually la. The short wusnn offer another problem. The tennis mu-t nettle down lo real work earlier thin usual and the lat start irlve them a i Innee to d.) so. This, of course, is hard on weak dubs, who In ordinary sc.is.nn have a chance to win gamed early In the season from 'lulu that em bent them reguUuly later The team which Marts In b n t-ondl'lon. or, one which has luck AU'lti,. t,e e-.rlv S"i. son and piles lip i lead, will h ue a much greater iidvaniaKe than usual As far ns I have K'ooi In the .bu,.o Un- IndliatioiK, are for sy.me sharp surptdsi In Ihe American Icxitue nel'lier the White nop tho I;ed Sox seem lo nutchies their league ns 'hey appeared to do a er ago. , aMaaaa-WiiWii' nni won the I'luii peuler 11.000 purse Hot. winning Ihe flut heal In 2 0r I 4, her present mark, Wilkes lliewer'a tol oarillng for the year were 7,130, luiiklng her winning since she first appeared, f I S.tiOT, The wonderful mure established w.nl. i s re. ords for the Ihlnl heal ncr a half mile, was vilor In the fastest five hcnraco ever Iroi'Ml In a two lap rllig and won Ihe fnsiest heat ever trolled nn ii double oval. Several of her mark have been broken since that lime, but W like Hrewr still retain world honor for the fasted heat on a minor courHe The dalh of Fred Jamison, former trainer of Wllke llrewer. ha Mere, sltated new plan and ahn Is now In Ibe stable of Tommy Murphy 1 at Poughkeepnle She will be prepared by this great reinsmau for Ihe l'.iHI season nnd as she Is onlv K e.iis old another successful campaign In ex pert ed of lier. In. Huechiior, who I cnlled upon a un kdalstltig surgeon In all purl tl9 i PI NOW that Isvskethall ha broken the Ice and proved the ev 1 a- i i . tt Is lo bo Iwiped the k lahomo hlith si'hool nlhletii- ni"ca. I nm will urrangii tn have every 1 hampl.inshtp des-lded In much the .ii me manner as was thai of httaUst- On aceounl of the fart thnt fverj mxMliin of this largo atats la pro duclng athletic teams of real merit, It long ha been realled llnu Hi holuHili) rhsinptonithlp can no longer be rightfully decided uriv way except by dtelrlct lourna merit, followed by m. Inlers llonal lourniiment luTSTng to gether tho winners) of the vtirlou dltujlot ineron. It wnet not until a few mnnlhe siso, tiowever, thut tho Isiard of control could pluck up enough nerve to tackle the scheme. Nirw, Mcail of linlf a rlirifn U-m laying rlnlrn to lln rlianiplonslilp, cas h Willi nlxiiil ns gil a rlnlrn a any oilier, Amuliirkii liox pnivisjl Hit HiilMf-turii jr in or th" otlicm and mrr)l)Hljr 1) aailsflisL WIitI n ntisn race the high school bneketha.ll seossm hns been le slrlklnitly llluhtrated by the fact that every team which ho played any irspnrluble number of guinea ha been be.i'en. liven Auadilrko wn twice defeated. H. fore the cham pion) could get R-nlng last fall. Hint Inn slipped over nn IS to IB vic tory end Ijiwtnn circled off the lonii end "f a wore Minimi n v. r would iTiri t Arri-tirko ni.',iln. but Ifiw ton liu. I I' twice and w.w beu'en. ,'i I to 2 7 nnd 3 3 to 'i 1 , . I - Here Is Anndnrl.o'a record for the nei-ion a recofd of wbh-li uny to nil should be jnriiud ; Import Hnrumm. i At Minimi Minimi 1 X, Anadn.rlio If . At Ijiwtjin - liwtnn 30, Arndarkn !0 , At Anidnelio Anitark,, .",0, 4Ml nero s'tuadron P't. Sill. ?.1 t Aiiiidiuko Ami, li. i ko SI. Ver ib'ii 24. Al Atiadirko 71 bi-o luisipltal. It A ' i Tib k.i'h.i i Tiiekiihha 1 H. Ann To'al for Anadar . darko 27. Kill. IS. At Anndnrko -Ans-lu'V i f. fl . Hat' Irn-v H, dth field artillery 37 A.t Amidarko --A mularkn tt, Iw. ton 27. ,r' At Anndirko Anvtarl.o 31, All far ludlnrm ?2. W iiiihiTforil Tinininnii-nt, Aiiaibirko 31, Itooby A nn! ir no '.' Ceo y 1 ti Anndiirko 2 V. S'-nlinel rf., Aliadiilko 21. Thmr.iM 20. IHstrlii 1 iinrnnrnctii, Anndarko .1.1. Iiiw'on 21 Anndarkn 3.1. Chb kaibn Anadarko 20, III Heno If. Klnli. TNiiirnnrticm, l.ilmunil. Anailarku 32, M nlon'i-s 29. ' Ann-liirko II. Tbomns 11. Anvliirloi 51 Atoka ' To'.il f"T A na. I ' i ko. fill'.; total for oppoti. n to. 4 .' I - -1 - WliHe IM'i-hle len'jt cul'o ns good at the 't.ips a.s In. ustor was In th rim; Tbc lured i,in to the plireon huutlni: i'i"'itii In New ofk 'he o'her ll.l. Where do knocked out ii of a posil;o l" m rm tav i i i " . v Topi VrA Jamison tlrivlna Wllfce lU-rwiTj a:0e,. llrJmvi I)r, JV. II nuisviiiuT ami W llkew Itrrwer. of lha country, spend hla summer vacation following the fortune of his stable and W like llrewer In par. 1 1 en lu c. Me I In the sport for the health nnd plnnuro derived from II and ha merely been fortunate In hiivInK hi selections mnke Rood In the strenuous buttle down th Una. , GOOD PROSPECTS FOR WINNER AT THE HIGH , , rrospccti for a winning baseball (nam at Tulsa high school ara ex (-optionally good, A larg siuad of over io men i working dally and from the material at hand Coach tliaeey ahouhl he able tn chooae warthy diamond repreaenlatlvaa. Haseball wn nbnndoned at the high aohnnl two years ago, but In creased enrollment nnd demand foi the game by the students ha result ed lit Ita renewal. Curler, Keesa and Chancellor ap pear to be th most likely looking Pitchers." The former la a veteran al the 1 1 7 nine. The lattsr two r unknown iiunntlty but posse lots of stuff. Mnrtan and Tiaumgardnni are candidates on the receiving end. Neither hoy la known her and work outs to dale have not shown which la Ibe heat catcher. Stone has the call en flrat nana, by virtue rtf bin navlng played that pn- sltlon two year ago and because he I a niriy ball player. Seam, llarrl and Kee ara ecnnd bae aspirant hut their worth I unknown, a I thnt of Carter and Nirother at third be. rdr shortstops. (Irar.ey ha (Jiilnn and (ilaa The former la a youth of 16 year of use who looks to be th moat promising player In Ih epiad. He Ket the ball away fast, throw from any position and I a speedy and dependabl fielder. If he can hit. Union tin practically elnched the position between th keystuna and hot corner. World's Sport Service Is Supreme ll Is with the (rmimt snllifoclbni anil pleasure! The) Tulsa Dally World I able lo announce) tisluy that It tut amiugcil for fur I V I mumn Hio srenteet sHrt si' it I Mo cu r prtnldi il In llio soulliwcsf. lit I. II s. I I I 1.1 IITOV wliTitlflc iMM'liall ibsssti-r, rnis'H for yon. Ills srtlcles, In 'l lii' Tiilsri Ihilly World. .1 K li:IPSi:Y TIm most (sipnlar boxer In tltr game) lshiv, who Is to Ihix Jcmm W lllaril for llio licwvywdglit i liiiinpli.iisblp on duly 4, Is pn'imrlng Un aulotiliarrnpliy In itdlalMirailon wlili l VIO III M ti, The Tulsa Ihiily World bos sis urisil llio ricliiNlvo rtglil to till scries for 'JiiLta. TIkv scrli1 start next wtsnk. J K VI.HM'K SiMirling editor of ttie InlmtaUnnal New rs-nlis-. Is wiillng I'xclusln'ly for llio evening; rallllon of i liri Tulsit Uulljr W orld. ,MCK KI I.M: arvl K N. IlItOWN Snort writer of national fume, are supplying the rteiilng iillllnns of lies Tulsa Dully World wltli dully Kirt fciUunti llmt ara miuppy iukI niiilMiitic. I'M Mil I S .1 IHlll.li lenn of sotu hwcMtiT-n 7rt xt-rltcr, lum Issun npisilntisil offlcknl sWirtT of trie Wrsii-rri litiguo In Tulnn. Ill "I'm Ins: llio KMirt Worhl" column Is a ilnlly fciuurei ami lw ilirrcl llio ciiilro sirt u'irt lin iil of 'I'lui 'I'uI.hu Holly World. I.MIHY 1)111.16 Who lsiran wHilne; .rt for meiro Mlltuii ilallics al I lie ng of ID, Is iussistutit ssrtlng isllror. HI "Dully DiM" nilunin npsiir every day lit, Hk '1'uLsa Dully WorliL b IIO SCOIll.S will fx' car-Hod of I ho Western, National anil Aiiwrti-nn loiii.no. anil re-lulls, of praellcnlly all iiIImt minor leiigmn In The TiiIms Dally Worhl. 1 j!?''"' WICHITA HAS BRIGHT PROSPECTS THIS YEAR IxMirirmt l'lnyer Sign Contract, I linen of 1 linn ViK'rana of I tvst tenr'n Hau W inner. MUST STRENGTHEN THE BOX Only Kimr Ilurb-r Signet! Wolxefl Alsti ( nn llrug of terxsl Out. field In Tlinw Vclcrana. WICHITA. Kan . March It. With tralnliiK noason but a week off, lh prospecta for a baseball team ot real i bis In W'h hits are IsMter thaw for ninny years Already Li men have signrsj eoiiirncte, 1 1 or whom are vetern of last ear's pennant winning club. Joe neriter will man. age the Wiehli team 4hls year and will re.port In Wichita by the first of Ihe week. Transportation ha al ready been mailed to the batterleo niiil they are expected to report by Ihe first of the month. The r- ;; ninlnder of Ihe tram will not show up until April 7. At a glance, the team, made tit of Ihe pluvrra u I ready signet), haa bill one real weak spot. Th pltch 'ng staff consist of hut rwa a perlence,! pltehsr. Wuldrsaur and l.)oii. nnd two youngsters, Caley and I'ord. Caley pitched some Isurt year und Is a fairly good ytxingater, white Ford liaa had eapuNanca In Chicago clly league and I a left. tinded pltehsr. Hoih ltyona ainil. Wiildhaur are recognised aa no4t men but will need aotii -mora halp beside that wlreaily sHJned. Nrwasha One of1 Cat''h44a, TI catchers signed aj, Yary and Newsha, Yaryan, a veteran af Iwo years on Iabsll'a team, should go belter than aver aa the erper lenoe wn all ha aver needed. New, aha, a big Indian, U a former West on the ramp Funsinn aoldlcra team nn th camp Knnstnn nldlar'g lam last year and mad quit record. Th Infield la probably eompJet) at Ihe preaent lima and Is lha same aa played hers lust year. Washburn will cover flrit regularly but "Tex" Jones Intend to help out. fleeter will hs at short, Mnrr at third and Carey at aeeond. This comblnfctlon worked well last year and ivra all lated for regular jobs. The outfield at present constat nt .iisnms, wnn pisyvq wim wioniiw In 1917, McnHde and Coy of last year'a team and two youngsters who will be tried out. Craeraft and Ban nelt Tlnth of the you n gat era hava played around Wichita and look promlatng, Herrell RoloVmta Rets.' Owner lahell has several holdotlta. Wolfe, on of hi bast nutflsldera lest year haa not yet eia-ped, nor haa Galloway, Inflelder, or Allerman or Kolls, pitcher. Several otthera own. ed y the Wichita club hay been glvan up s,hopla. . Tlft3r MClt er. pitcher, la atlll In tha army. , The flrat sxhthHIon tarns will hi played here against tha Whtta Bog on April 1. Only four cshiMtlon game havo been arranged aa yet. Sale of boxes and asaaon Uckata haa been . prngresalna; better than aver ' this year and lha Wichita fana seem to be anxious for th aaaamn to open. Ping Bodie Quits Job in Shipbuilding. Plant Pins llndle, tha Yankees' famoua lugger, has null his Job let a New Jersey shipbuilding plant, where ha was employed since tha clone of tha lust season, The powerful Italian wl!! talis , brief rest and then go to Jacksonville ' with th Yankees and will he ready to slug tha ball with his accustomed vigor whan Miller Hoggin's team reaches tha training: camp. The past winter ha bean a rrent one for Ping Tolling aa a riveter for five months, ha has kept hla weight down, ssmsthing whloh la uallv hard for him to do, and be tide ihl he haa earned a yary food living. ' lbi.-harTl arcsipst and moat will iIomi Hm major htunin rissnrtnK r-xajunlvHy In TuIm Tlicy Stttt toiiiorrow.