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. TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920 , .
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Entries Must Be in by
baturday; Play to
WILL USE CITY PARKS
Local Devotees of Sport Hope
to Make This an An
Tennis fans In the city aro at lint
setting organized and for the llrst
time In threo years a city tennis
tournament for both men and wom
en will bo held. This unould be made
an annual event. Several fam of
the clay court mot In tho V. M. C. A.
Monday night and formed a nucleus'
for an organization.. A tennis com
mittee watt appointed and the plans
ior ino tournament were piaceu in
Uie committees hands. The commit'
too Is compoced of K. A. Cook, vlco
president of tho State Tennis asso
ciation, as chairman; J. It. Miller aa
,ocrctary, and Paul Olackwolder, CI.
Ashton. W. Miller, II. Iangspccht.
J. D. lams, John Melshbachor and
M. A, Urccklnrldco. Tlio commttteo
nas received lull sanction or the
park board, which haa promised
lta full co-operallon In maklnc tho
tournament a success.
The Central park court will be
used In all matches and John Mclsn
bacher was appointed to got the
courts In condition, Entries should
be made to J. II. Miller at tho 'JY.'
They should bo accompanied with
a dollar for single and a dollar for
each player In doubles, and may be
maao cunor- personally or oy mail.
Tho monoy will do used in rurnisn
Ins baltn. Entries closo nt 6 o'clock
Baturday night. Tho commlttco will
draw for pairing Immediately after
tho entries close, tho schedulo to be
announced In Sunday's paper.
Tho commltteo will appoint the
umplroM for tho matches and will
les!gnato when tho matches are to
tn played. Appropriate trophies will
also do solectod. A consolation
tournament for thoso who lose In
tho first round will bo held after
tho main finals are played. To the
wlnnor or till tournamont a suit
nbla prize will also be given. Off!
clal rules will govern nil contests
and the foot-fault rule will be strict
ly observed. Two sots out of thrco
will bo played during the ellmlna
tlonsiand scml-flnals, but for tho
finals thrco sots out of five will be
It has been reported that there are
moro good tennis payers In TuUa
than In any other town In the
etate. Let's pee. If you ever" handled
a racquet send In your entry and
then go and get a partner and send
In another entry for doubles. Put
this tournament ncross and then
bring the state tournament here
. noxt year. Make the motto of tho
Tulsa tennis players tho motto of
Court Session Todau
to Try Whisky Cases
For the express attention of a
whiskey cases, a special session of
municipal court will bo held at 9
o clock this morning nt the pollco
station, "The entire session will
be given over to tho hearing of
whisky cases whloh tho police
force have apprchnndod during
tho last week." A. C. Sinclair,
prosecuting attorney, said last
Heveral of the oases on tho
docket will be made Into test cases
according to Sinclair. K. I). Pren
tice will preside at tho bench.
Police Keep Two Quarts
of Whisky and Big
Two Charges Fired at
fleeing Man Hit In
LEADERS IN A 1-1 TIE
Costlrn and 1 nnd It. Play Tlirlll
lm; Game In City Ijcaguc
Cosdcn and P. and It., lender and
mnnerup respectively In the Tulsa
City Oil leaguo, battlod to a 1 to 1
tie yesterday In one of the most
thrilling and hardest fought games
of tho season. Becker's fielding and
nornsby's pitching featured.
O. P. and H. and Texaco clash to
day at 5:30 o'clock.
AD. It. n. PO. A. E.
.4 0 0 0 0 0
Campbell, If. .3
Scott, cf. a
Kills, 3b. 3
Becker, p. .3
Murphy, c. -.
Brian, lb. ...
Totals .31 1 3 21 14 1
P. and R.
AB. It. H. PO. A. E
Williams. 3b. .3 0
Duff, ss. 1 0
Tate, 2b. . . -. 4 0
Davidson, lb. 0
Ilaycs, cf. i 1
Henry, rL J 4 0
Marcum, c. ......4 0
Dean, If. ..-. 3 0
Hornaby, p, . 3 0
.33 1 9 34 3 3
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
P. and It.
Two-base lilt Henry. Three-base.
Hit Murphy. Home nun Hay-re.
Stolen Basca Johnston, Ellis, a lit
tler. Baso on Balls Off Becker, 1.
Struck Out By Becker 6. By llorns
BIG LEAGUERS AT PAWHUSKA
Northern City Included In Stengel's
j, PA-VVHUSKA, Okla., Aug. 24.
tSv Big loague baseball will visit Paw
' , Miuaka about October 13 or 14 under
i a guarantco made by tho Commer
cial club to "Casey" Stengel's all
star National-American leaguo base
ball club. Tho team will be com
prised of tho best players obtain
able from both the major leagues
and will start on their tour after the
world's series Is decided.
Tho probable players will bo:
Hornsby, Cardinals; Maranvlllo,
Boston; Smith, Pittsburgh: Cutshaw,
Pittsburgh; Mousel. Philadelphia;
Meusel, Yankecw; Pfoffor, Brooklyn;
Cadore, Brooklyn; Krugcr, Brook
lyn: Meadows. Philadelphia; Baw
ling, Philadelphia; liockel, Phila
delphia; Bodle, Yankees; Lewis,
Yankoos; Stengel, Philadelphia.
Not Tlllo Drawings Start.
NEW YOIUC. Aug. 24. Tho draw
for the 39th tennU singles cham
pionship of the United States which
pegiXM at the west sldo tennis club
4oa August 30, was made today at
'ths-offlco of the United States. tennis
Walter Hays of Chicago, la ths
leading player In the first quarter.
Most of tho strength fallo In the sec
ond section where Watson Wash
burn, It. Williams, Charles 8. Oar
land and William N. Johnston were
drawn. In the ttyrrt wero Jttchard
Harts, Clarence J. Griffin and Wal
h la co Johnson, while William X, Til
P Oonuadaxwa in, the fourth,
'The remittance man," alias J. C,
Park, alias W. 1L Clark, appeared at
ponco station early yastorday arter
noon and forfeited the sum of 1225,
the total of the bond set for Viola
I)ru. Agnes Monlirm, Viola Brag
by. II. Lltllebear, nnd himself for np
pearance In yestorday'a municipal
court on liquor and loitering charges.
Tho flvo wero arretted early Sun
day morning following a raid on tho
onco famous "Wigwam" roadhouse,
1143 South Trenton, two quarts of
whisky being confiscated at the time,
Offlcors bellcvo that quick work on
tho part of the occupants of tho
houso prevented tho confiscation of
a largo quantity of "choc."
Park, whoso real name Is un
known to tho police, saved himself
tho trouble of explaining his self
termed title ,by forfeiting the fines,
as on explanation of his latest
"boozo" name was expected to como
out In tho trial.
KncllMi Colters Beaton.
CHICAGO, Aug. 24. Harry Var
don and Edward Bay, British pro
fessional golforf, today suffered tholr
worst defeat In this country when'
they lost to Jock Hutchinson, west
ern open champion, and Lourlo Ay
ton, a rcent arrival from Great
Britain, 7 down and 6 to play In a
36-holo best ball exhibition match
hero today. It was the third defeat
for tho Britons In four days In Chi
cago. Hutchinson and Ayton shot re
maskable golf, the formor being 3
under par In tho morning nnd 7 un
der In tho nftcrnoon, while Ayton
shot par In tho morning and was flvo
under In the afternoon.
Curiosity was the cause for C. II.
Selzer 2702 Unst Tenth street, re.
celving 27 bird shot In his back
nbout 11 o'clock Monday night when
John K'dwarils who Uvea lust ncrnss
i no street from Metier fired at Bed
ford nodtrej-. h. brother-in-law.
The shooting was the culmination of
a qunrrel between Godfrey and I2d
wards, and during which Godfrey
shot his own wlfo In tho hand. Set
zer was the Innocent spectator being
attracted to his fiont porch by the
shots from (lodfroy'u gun and the
Edwards told the police that flod
froy called at his house and de
manded, to see his wife. During a
quarrel between the three Godfrey
shot Msry Godfry, his wife, In the
hand with a revolver. He then ran
from the house and Edwards shot
at him with a shot gun.
Police officers Immediately organ
ized a search for Godfrey, hut up to
a late hour last night he had not
been caught Edwards was not ar
rested. Although the bird shot In
Hetzer proved painful attending phy
sicians stated that they had only
penetrated the flesh and would not
Beeni Wins Junior Title.
CLEVELAND. Aug. 24. Theodore
Beem. of West rrankfort. Ills., won
the Junior national trap shooting
tournament hero today. In tho
regular snoot, iieem was tied with
W. Ii. Bonta of AVIlmlngton, Ohio,
with 48 hits out of a possible SO. In
tho shoot off, Beem made a scoro of
23 out of 25 against Bonta'n 22 out
Tho team shoot contest between
the east and west was won by tho
ten representing tho west. Their
seoro was 064, five better than that
of tho custom representatives.
Women's Golf Tourney Open".
CHICAGO, Aug. 24 Completion
of tho first round of match play In
tho championship flight of the Wo
men's Western Golf association at
Oak Park tournament today found
most of tho favorites, Including Mrs.
David Gaut of Memphis Btlll In tho
running. Mrs. Gaut defeated Mrs.
H. D. Slcrrot, Hutchinson, Kansas,
C and 5.
American Boicrs Win,
Br Th AMnciittd I'rtM.
ANTWERP, Aug. 24. All of the
three Amorlcans who reachod tho
finals In tho boxing championship
held In connection with tho Olympic
immoa won their bouts tonight.
'After the Snow Refresh Yourself at the
Most Elaborate Soda Parlor in the Stato
One Door South of Majestic Theater
Itinera svtMees for John Hob
bins Sestell, ig-months-old-tnn of
Mr and Mrs. Jessie Seaielt 1M0 Knst
Seventh street, who died yesterday
morning, will be held at 10 o'clock
this morning from the residence.
Interment will bo in ltusu Hill.
ltobert Davis, 20 years old, 1 R0R
Kant Knvpnth iItm,! .IImA
afternoon after an llltiewi that had
lasted nearly n year. Funeral ar
rangements hac not been made, but
thn Imitv twill ttrnUiMo l.n til..r..i ...
Cleveland, nkla., for Interment.
J. M Hartley, 43 J'rars old, of
West Tulsn. died jcMerday ntsr
noon at ,a local hospital. Knnerul
services Will probably bn held this
afternoon from the Mltrhell-Klem-'
tng cnapet. The exact hour had not
been set last night. Interment will
bo In llnsu Hilt.
Funeral services for March Hnvnle.
Tutsan who died In Muskogee hospi
tal aionnay afternoon, August 23,
were held esterday In Cotvets, his
former home Mr. Ilaynlo was 38
years old And the son of the late
Andrew Haynle. He Is survived by
his wife, Mrs. Pannlo llsvnle. S2I
South KlRln, n son Itotillsnn. and a
slater, Mlsa Maye Ilaynlo of this rlty.
Edwin Chllders. Ihree-vear.old son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ynn a Chllders of
inxny, men yesterday morning at a
local hospital. A service was held
nt the Mltchcll-llcmlng chapel nt 4
o'clock yesterday nfternoon, with an
out of town minister officiating. Tho
body was eent last night to ChoUoa,
where burial will take placo thii
Young llti I c reals Burns,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug,, 24.
Young Kltr.alnimonH of Oklahoma
City was given tho refereo's decUlon
over Tommy Burk of St. Ixiula at
tho end of ten roiyids of fierce
fighting hern tonight. Kltiilmmons
was given nine of tho rounds by a
board of threo Judges. Ho sent
Durko down for a count of nine In
tho fifth round. The men aro mld-dlewelghts.
JSnights of Columbus Will
Give Instruction Free
to Ex-Service Men.
An active advertising campaign
for the ehonla to be established In
Tulsa this fall for ei-eorvlco men
lias been strated by the war activities
educational bureau of tho Knights
of Columbus under tho dltecUon of
W. (. Mallnn, acting chairman of
thn local organization. Handbills
describing the courses will be given
to members of the American Legion
at the n"xt meeting.
"We want It distinctly understood
that the movement Is entirely non
hectarlan," Mnllun said yesterday, In
contradicting unfavorable renorts
that hsd been circulated regarding
the character of tho curriculum
"Many of thn courses will oolnrldt
with those offered In buslnens schools
Hurt high schools, except that they
will ne given at night, so that men
who cannot leave their work can get
industrial training nt inn same time
he continued. Tho courses are In
tended primarily to help the students
lo secure advancement In tholr line
The request for the use of public
chord buildings to carry on the work
has been placed In tliu hands of the
educational commltteo of tho chain
ber of commerce for consideration,
nnd will be taken formally before
uie ciiy school no.iru at its noxt
moating, Mallon slid. The fall tornt
Is expected to begin about October1
Y. M. C. A. Notes
IVrrllt IloJolns Plants.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 24. rilcher
Merrltt, who left thn New York Na
tionals early In 1919 owing to a
sore arm, rejoined tho club hero to
day. Perrltt pitched In the Texas
lencuo this season and said his arm
was now Jn jjcmtl condition;
In tho Great Crook Play
The Play That Prove No Heart Is Burglar Proof.
Schedule 9:45, 11,j15, 12j30, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30,
DIRECTION TUCKER BROTHERS
OrEX AT W OTI.OCK MOON CO.NTI Jil'OUS TODAY AND MONDAY
Musical Comedy tie Luxe-Vaudeyille-Pictures
ON TUB STAGB
Great Singing Chorus
IN HUMOR AND lAt'OIIS
Ttie Kind of Rbew
Yea Uk to Km
ON THE SCItEWf
WM. g. HAHT
In A-Art Comrdr UramA
-i'ATTV AT fONKT ISIAND"
WAK.NKH OMANI) IN
1 T II K T II I It I) K Y E "
WK&TBUN TALE Of TIIIULL8
"Hopping the Bells'
"The Lost City"
OF ZIIE AFRICAN JUNI1LE3
VIAVAY8 A OUKAT SHOW AT t'HDAL ADMISSION l'lUCKA-
hat., Nun IlollUsri
I-.6 ami IOiM
Optn tU It Nmr
It I.I din. t0
Any hrM-Any T1m
Comliic TliurMlay, I'lidAy nd Paturdu llulcomb'i "VmiIIx JdAlJt"
Cmnp-uir In fotnplrtf rluuir of TudTlUe mnd muirmX romfdy, Ihflr bMt
till of th wek. On th rfi Wm. tux proiU tMdl.vln Truf rro la
"The Hplrit of Oood," aUo flftil II en 17 In "llrr Lucky Day, corae4 aIm
Wio. Duncan In Tne hilrnt Aitngtr," nmaxiuf lutreutur.
Vau d e ville Pictu res
DIRECTION TUCKER BROTHERS
Wednesday 12:15 p. m. Continuous 11:15
ON THE STAGE
That Will Make You For
get Your Troubles
Unique and Unusual
THE BEST SHOW IN TULSA
ON THE SCREEN
The Good-Bad Man
1110 "V" COMKIIV
Krfp tnnvlMi for tlm lioyn wilt lio
tielil In the lobby of the bny'n le
jinrtnifnt nt 8 o'clock tonight. 'Tho
Making i( Silver" will hn tho tltln
of Iho uriow. ThrN movlPH nre h"M
every WKclnfnrtay tilshl, nnil n grent
mnny hoys attend them. Thry nro
iilwnyitjlntorviitlnc nml Itmlrnctlvc.
XlprninnKCr hoys of tho WeMern
Union tt'lrtirapti compnny wlll,en
tcrtnlnod nt n party (tlvrn hy Uteir
rniploycr T'rhlny evmilnp; In ths lahby
of tho lioy'n ilenrtinnt. Thcro will
ho plenty of eatu nml a hnrt In
plrntonnt talk will hn Riven hy n
locM hiiilin'ne ttfun. t'ollowlnn the
illntter a typlrol hoy prORrnm wilt
he hmt. Thorn will ha hoxlna,
wrontlliiR nnil other trlalH for Iho
mnitclo ntnl following tills cvcryhoily
will enjoy n wltn.
Twelvj hoys went on the overnight
hike )At Thtiraitny to U)nt City. Joo
llndcor wnx leftillnr. Tho hoy ro.lo
Iho Interiirtmn to Bind Hprlngn nnd
then hiked thn rem nt way to enmp.
Ihey left the Y In thn nfli-rnoon nnd
pent tlm evening In nnturo ntudy.
rnllowlnR a on nip fire with a pro
Krnm njoyed by All, the hoy "hit
the hny" nnd "piled out" nt eunrlne
the nnxl day. They epent the morn.
Iiib and enrly nfternoon hlklne
ntnonimt thn hllU and rnckn nnd
Inrted home About S o'clock nnd Rot
hero Jnt nhend of the rnln.
(i)w liny CoiLst filmrnrr.
POI1TI.AND. Oro Aug, 2t.
'llnck" Millar, hArd-hlttlng outfielder
of tho Oekhxud tenm of the I'nolf lo
Count bAkeball lengue, line been Hold
lb tho Chicago Nfttlonnln, It wn nn
nnunced today by Del Howard,
mnnftgo- of the team. Mlllor wilt
report In tho eprln.
iniveln 37.600 MuYn.
In November ha will put on SOI
mltm goln to VAnCouver, Then mid
1.100 for the voyngo to Auckland.
Chalk up 1.200 moro to get him over
to AttMrnlhi. Tho tenm will cover
nt leitAt 1.0D0 mllea there nnd will
then eUrt on th voyage back lo,
tho t'nlted Hutu. Ily the llm. h
Rein ba6k to Ban FroncUw ha will
hiwo roeled off about SJ.500 mlUi.
which l 'i fair average for tho play,
era who go both to Knxjind nnd'
A U irl rat In,
Ends Saturday Night
Bis! CLEARANCE Sale
of Men's, Women's and
Ends Saturday Night
Save 20 to 35 on
Mens' low shoes now priced nt $2.G5 to $9.60
Womons' low shoes now priced at $3.95 to ?9.95
Childrcna' low shoes now priced at 65c to $3.25
Low cuts will be prominently worn this fall.
Como up nnd be fitted with n new pair.
Tulsa Upstairs Sample Shoe Co.
21914 South Main
Over Palnco Theater
Showing the 3rd episode of
Mutt and Jeff in
Fox New of tho World
Gco. B. Seitz in
FOR THE MONEY
ma. 4 iio. iiso. tits
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Alio . l"rnUii mruum and Miry Aiultrwn In "nnlhln TrmlU." Belli
Strut rtriu irrUI.
CAUKlit by ono foot on tho
tup ot a Iiuko motor enr,
poedtnB Ilka tlt nvtnd,
John Grant, ths American
detective, ,wraa ihelpleftf.
Kuddonly In tho jwth
nlirad cliriPkNl llto elren
of nil npnroniJUnff car, A
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