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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER -1, 1920.
CLEVELAND LEADS IN BATTING; DODGER PITCHERS BEST il INDIANS TO ENTER SERIES favorite; ,Thoir Butting Average is .303 to .270 for Nation al's Champion Squad RIVAL BOXMEN BETTER No Leas Than Six Top Notch era On Brooklyn's Staff; Muila May Got Chanco NEW YOltK. Oct. .1. A compar ison of Dm offensive strength of the contending toniiw In On- world sar lcs, boned upon unoffldul record of Dio sonson's work, Indicates Jlrook lyn will filter Dm big gam" at slight disadvantage, when compared Willi ClOVIllalld, llrtxllllllrig tliu two chamidonshlp teams In Dielr rtwpiic tlvn league faced opposition flint wns approximately equal. The IndlaiiN 1W.VO accumulated 11 batting nvorngn of .30.T fur tho season, whllo Hint of tint rlupiirhiin In .27:i. Taking Dio leguhir players who tiro likely to appear In lh world series tho uuofiral records show tlio Cleveland infield Una a batting nV orngc of .211 whlli' tlio Inner de fense of tlio Huporbas ha butted In tlio aggregate for .281. Tlio Clovolnnd outfloldrrs, ns a combln ntlnn, havo battod .328. and tho Iltooklyn fly chasers for ,3tii. O'Niilll for Clovoland nml Milter for Hrooklyn probably will do nil Din enlohJng unless Injury prevents nnd In thin dopartinunt tlio Indian would bp stronger nt bat, as O'Neill ban outlilt Sillier during tlio season by points, O'Nclll'n mark being ,S2n nnd Miller's .282. i Iladobnll critics gnnornll p ngree 1 Dint Manager lloblnson has the strongrst and brut balanced staff of pltrliorH In either league, having no loss than six mon, each of whom la , capable of taking hi regular turn , In tho box. llnpby and Colvnaklo liavo dnno 1 tho brunt of tho pitching for novo 1 land with Cnhlwoll tin tho nnxt best performer. It may bo posslllo that Manager Hpoakor may call pim i Walter Malls, Iho young lofthnndci i who hai made a romarkablo show ing slnco Joining Dio Indians lujo In 1 AtlgtlSt. SOUTHERN TEAMS STRONG DUIv Elevens nevoloplng n liwcr ful Attack, Korly Unnics Indicate. ATLANTA. On., Oot. 3. TCorly 1 reason football games rr.dloitteH that Din moro Irrvportunt noulhcrn I tea mo aro developing n, jKnvcrfuKnt. ' tack, 10 of them making niore Umn CO iwtntn In Hnturdny's gunves. Ad- i".kd to this tho North Carolina. state devon defeated tho navy 11 tr 7. A bcwlldurtn aerial attiWc dovolopod toy ti Carolinians wnn n, strong polrvl of their cumn Mtturuny. run out cxooptlon practically tho more Important ncttthorn olwins romped nt -will over DiolrXrhtor nitAinonts. The season' tv-rj-rd for points scored In hld toy Virginia military Institute which piled up 138 against Hump den Sidney on Saturday. Too few UCT1CH lnu'o been played to Onto to of value In comparison of ucortn. CHAMPION TEAMS EVENLY MATCHED CONTINUKO 1'n.OM yXOTS ONH t-'n loadorshlp hart beer I: hws be.en tiuMclent tcstlntUTi)' to his ability as n, lender to liavo developed tn U'u Duui two yu.r an nuirioititloti of playorn that Mun ttblo to win for Clovoland Its first champtontihip In a major louu circuit. In I ino Hhapo 1'ttysluilU'. nicr tho two teams takn Die field Tuesday for first canto of the r.ortcs. Uioy will bo tn ns irood con dition plvyttlcally tui It Is possible for two toiuiui of (UliK'U to bo aftur tho utronuotw campaliius. Tho raiXMi In both learrucs wero nnt diHddod ns tairly as uunol, ltroolclyn wtnnlns Its claim to tho National lcarruo ponttnnt leasi tbiui u wcok bo lore tluo closu of tlio srason ttnd Clovoland capttirlntr tho Anit-rlran i leuftuo Utlo only mo day beforo Dio clOMu of Di4 senson. It is altriotil 'tnrtaln Miutnsnr Bpoakor will call uiauii his pltchutff uco. Jim uur.Wi in tho (ipnuiui; (tamo, uiwFS (Stanley Cowlcsklu rx hibits bettor fonn. Muiiilkit Itubln i son wtr, start olt'.ivr Maniunt'd or I Smith In Dm box with tlvo ulutncos invorniK tho former, because of his good pttchliiB In Ills ruennt Karnes. doliii.Hton Drotliurs OpiMinciits An Iiitdrcctliif ftaiuro of tlio irlcs will bo that for tho first time In n wvrld scrnvi, two bnsthors wth uppwir )ih icpiKmonlH, Thoy arc Jimmy Jolmirton, llrooklyti third I baseman nml Doo Jodiuiton, C'lcve I land first baseman, , Tho Clovoland to.un Is not ex I poctcd to nrrlvo lu New Yurie until ; Tiiwaday mornlnn uid It Is Hkjly tho 1 Uiooklyn club will extend the oour toy of purmlttlm; Its o)potwuiin tho Ubo of libbct's field for u brior workout. DEBS JEcTsTovlET PLAN Bin li t Ideas Mut i. Mollified 1U. Iui' Kl.ilhi Aitritnu tlo Kiiis ATLANTA, Ua., Oct .3 Tho so- olullst party ot the United , Htates wimiut join wnn tno third tnter naloualo "at present without reser vations." ICucono V. Hells vneliillat nonilnno for proaldnnt, told hU uim PHlvn ct tnmltlee hero toriav. nrcunl. Init to stutcuieiils mailo uftor the conferenri' at fcdoral prison. "Tho lndiiflultrnrsa .if autnrrnitn lntcrferenoo and tho expei Intents of tno intra Internationale run Ho It Itnpoanlble for Us tn affiliate with tbcm at present without rsrva- lions," jjpiis was iiunted. ueDs, who It fervlner o lO.jear pcmeneo on conviction or vinlatlna; nir i-rpion.wn net uiiriuf; Itio war told tho committee, it was Mated tnat ho would not ask for clemency. He- uIho chafKod that tho Amuricnfi Federation of Iituir had nhi Its t.Utudo towards "political pits- VUI Sox Won or LohI Ah NcccHHtiru to Keep American Race Clone CiriCAOM, (id 3 -Ch irn" h that certain Chicago WliH" players leirnlatid Ibelr jilavlnn this miim.ti by ths iciis board -wll'lnc or pmlni! n llm ' iilm demnnded, In order In keep the bvtllnir odds favorable- Wro niado tonight by llrd I.ynn nnd Harvey Mcfnllsn. who nalil that nt 'bi-neli wnrr"i'' tnoxt "f the seiinoii they bad studied Iho j.layi rs e'ireftillv and were con ,lii(od tho H"X wero "throw n" out of the nnaiit. "We lout tlio pennant beeniise ceil dn players thoy urn ninonK the elKld Iodic led by th Cook county grand Judy didn't want IIM til Bill" Mild Iaiiii. "V soon liidlevil how carefully they studied Iho scoro 'board iiinie tlim the average player does In li pennant mon- and Dint they nhvaya inado rroiM which lost us the gatne when Clsvelnml and New 1'ork wero losing. Jf Cleve Isnd won wo won. Jf Clove bind lost wo lost." Mrt'lellHii wild ho wnn con. vlnci d certain players hud de liberately "thrown" Ihrno garnets In llostoti on tho lust custom trip. "flevcral of (bo players no ticed how tho scoreboard affect ed the iitherii," he udilod, "and wn fait all ah tig that these players worn regulating their play according to tho play of other teainii." I.ynn said tlio Idea of smno of the players was "to keop up tho hcttlnc oddii, but not to let Chicago win tho pennant." DETROIT BEATS SPEAKER'S BOYS Browns Down White Sox In Hard-IIittyig Con test Closing Season I)i:TttOIT. Oct. 3. Tho Indian, win. nr nf the American lcorun pennant. ili(t ttin lfno Mason her today liy loalns to liotrolt. Hcor CliTlan4. All II l'O A Iimlmn tf 1 n 1 0 Dttralt. AM II TO A VMKif 3I 3 0 13 Ithhrf 3b 3 0 3 3 IVtm'i't Sb 5 0 4 Hi'tkw rt 3 1 3 vil rt t I 0 Hmltli if 3 II n (Irin.r If 1 0 t lMh m 13 3 C.J.li it S I t KluilMd t( I) 3 ll.llm'o lb 0 10 Miortnl rt 4 S 0 Rardmr 3b B 0 3 Kilru III II 1 14 tan .lb 4 M anion e 3 Cima'l't p n 11.(111 u 3 Cnimplrr I lltla n 0 I 3 3 3 0 1 t 0 1 0 0 0 Jawill u lit O NonWr .1 f 1 1 t (inwD i l 1 (i a n.it p i n n t Mark p o, o n l TWil It TUS 13 Tnt.l. ST 10 tl 13 a lino nut whrn wlnntits run Moored, tiattrd for llnuart In litnUi; aa ran fur t'ruiuplar In tilntli. Clavcland ISO nor, 03:t llrllull 020 30U 1016 nummary! Iluna Jamlraon. Ylvana. Wood. Hmllh. Clark, ltul.fr. 1airitrad. Hhortcn I, Jonca. Ilala. t:rrnra llurna. Two baan htta M anlnrl. Wood, Jona. Thrca taa hltn l'Miralrad, fllmrteii. nuilrn ban( llurna. Ituata nil hallrn Off Onnkwrliht 1, ntMlosart T. off Uhla l, air ciark J. niruck uui lir Alurtou I, uy Jioiart z. llrnwna Affuln Trim lVlitt Hor. HT. .OUIH, Mo.. Oct. 3. (It. Iula anil Chloaxn rounded out tlielr airdulo for tho, 1930 campalsn with a fraa hltlltic contrat which tha llrowna captured. ticnra: Cbliiaa. it. latlb All It TO A All II l'O A MiinftT 3b 3 1 3 Oatier at 10 0 0 Joimtan lb 3 3 It 0 llu.IIrr u 3 3 0 1 ratltni lb 4 3 1 4 nnkm lb 3 1 11 rol'uu rf 3 13 0 Miiltan 3b 3 0 0 3 raid rf R 0 1 0 Staler lb p R 3 11 1 Rtmr.li It 4 13 0 JtAm. rf R 4 R 1 MrOUao 1 1 1 1 HailKi 3b 3 0 1 1 Rehalk c I 1 ,9 n Tol.ln if 3 a 30. Janitvd 0 4 0 13 nrtarl tf 4 3 10 p'llfrr P 1 0 II 0 r. Cellini c R 3 4 1 ' Vna p 3 10 1 UlrhmonO p 3 0 3 I VttlMiuuo p 0 I) 0 0 Uiali a-cf 1 1 0 li Tolati 31 II 3jlll Tmali 39 18 St 10 x Hatted for I'aynn Tli aevantti ballad lor iiiouiuuim in oisiail. (thteafo .. U 103 103 ooo 7 St. LaittU 310 310 S3 II Pumniam ltnn- Mnrrthv. Jounlan. K. Colllna, J, ColMna, Ktrunk 3, I'uynv, llrrber, uuuiey a, iivueou a, malar a. jaconaon Totiln 3. Welaal, 1', Cotltna 3. lllcliinond lirrore- Jourdan, Jnnnard. lludlty I, Wal let. Two baaa ht aitunk, Tiibln, M'utaal, Staler. Three baaa htta- Mcl.tllarut. Jacob- aun. Wauel. Itiuea on ballrr Oft ICclftr I, off l'ayna 1, off lllrhmond 4. Htrurk ururi lllcli out liy l'ayna j, bir Wllklnaua 1, by onii a, by Slaler At til H Ira Win I nal (inme. WARHINllTON. Oct. I. Philadelphia took the final same of tha aeaaou from Waahlnston today. Score " rmiieifta'la. ah ii r a Prim Sb 4 0 3 1 Mlttt lb R 3 3 1 waialaitoa. AS II ro A Jl( Ill a 4 13 nvru lb 4 ttatt 3b 1 Kin rf 4 lr,r tf R IMInhtn 3b 3 flatirr p . 1 ll .rt i p 1 II K.iwla m 3 l'aathaM li 3 JwhiMtm If 4 (lharrttr e 3 rtrlatrb t 1 Hhlrw p 1 IllaiW i. ) l.m.ma ab 1 Kbanka i I 4 1 1 0 1 I 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 M,l.l III 4 fl 13 I) I' WalVrr If R 3 1 li J.niou cf 3 0 4 0 met, rf 3 0 4 0 (l.l wr no 4 i 1 i Mrrinn u 3 t, 0 3 Hut; p 3 1 0 R 3 3 I) 3 0 3 1 I 0 0 Totill 33 7 37 11 T.l.l 40 15 5T IT . a nailed lor sun tr liouo tn, ninth. a Hailed fur Utility In third; aa batted lTilladetplila WHlniltou 133 310 OP 01 , 301 001 0100 Summary: Iluna Drkca. Myatt. walker, w, jonnaon. uaugway, aic, ano 3. llaa . JuJe. 3, Ilarrta, 111.'. , O'ltourke. V.rioi. Style, llnaiy. ,ludm 1 1 an la. O'llourke, tinarruy. two mb" lilta llaaly, Ilarrta, Watt. Thrre baa I hlt-Jude SUilan baaea -Htylea, lllihae llaaea nn balla Off llaaty I. off Shi. ay I. oft 1'laher 3. Slruuk out Ily itaaty 3, by llonu 4. Chamber of Commerce to Dine at Kendall College Mombers of the exocutivo com mittee of tho -board of trustees of Kendall eol'ege will -lino Jointly wbh tho chamber of commarco at the col li go Friday. Preceding tlio dirtier tb- executive tomuiittco will plan tlio endowment cimpnlgn ordered b the board of trustee. Dr. James K Clnrko of N'asuvlllp, Tonnrssee, us (oclate iitoiutary -of the boatd if cd utatiou of thrr I'rrvi.bytorlan church. Will attend Dio lueuUtig, CHAMPIONS RALLY BARELY IN TIME Brooklyn Ends Season With 10-Inning Victory Over Boston Braves IIUOflKt.TN. (H. I llrrmKIn eliw.l Ita Nallnnal laairii aaa,n, with a n innlnir vKlory nv.r ihr ll.,l(m llr.. ladar. II am a lla(laa l.all vim. v,lth il.a li,.... ta,tlns I" 0 bp t'l th ruhlh, whan tlia. ( nmnpiona braced up and ahowed (hair ral form, gra l 3a(a. irwtlrit.' ah ji iii a (TwKWr a t 1 I II i.it.i if 4 (i r, ii SuMliin rf R 3 3 II Tnn.hr lh 8 0 It 0 florkrl II, tl I 3 I I'ralw If 3 3 10 tl'Krtll C 1 4 I I'nel tb f, O 1 3 I'litiiUl p . R 1 0 i All II 1-0 A iim :b etna I l4(V.n 3b tl 3 1 l.'UIftlh rt (I I 0 0 (vtt If ,1 .1 I 0 llrwl 'I 5 13 0 kw-lihr lb 3 1 la 0 r-fi-ntn n .13 3 1 Tnnif a 4 1 3 1 Jtrtit p 1 o n t muni p 3 ft n 3 lAmr "a I 0 O ft HcCtU n 0 0 ft 0 T'ttit 30 13 w 30 T.4lll lit e 3' u "fTn! nut whan wlnnln run aenrrd a tiatlad tut flnhart In fifth, aa bailed for flrltfltli In Until, llnainn AI0 0M 0i) a - I lirndhlyii 000 OOo oji -I HtirMinary Huna ('hlratenbcry, lioarUal. f'rulaa, I'iarntll, Jnhnalnn Wliaal. Km eel. hv. Mnhurt, Mcf'aba. Ilrrora Dayraa, ii Nelll (ilaon, Jahnalnn 3, Dharlmn, Tay llir Twe l.aaa lilta llnarkcl. Wlieal, Kl naidiy, Hliaahan. Thraa baaa lilia flirt" I'lttmrr, Jolinaon, Myera .tonia run Wlia.lL Slnlan haaa ..Olaon. !tMa on balla- off Unhurt 3. off Mlljua t, off l'lr eltl . Hlruck nutby Mohart 1, by Mlljua I by lytotlt 1. I'lltltlra lliimhlf. Olanta. II1W -VOI1K. Oct 3 - Philadelphia and ftaw YnrU rloaad tlia aaaaon hara today Willi tha Phllllaa tlia vlotori. ffroro rtillaaililila. All it TCI A rwt.uo tb a in o Mlllw 111 1 ) II 1 "IllUrnJ rf R a 1 0 a..ur! If 3 1 1 0 Hi Tail. AH If ro nirroa If 3 I .1 Iffrtre aa MaUrr if Krt.rn 3D Krllr lb ilinain tf rtTfrnt 2b (laiton e UruU4 p rmlU p 0 3 0 3 4 3 4 II UrUh aa I 1 ft 0 rtmil rf 4 l l ro ir.wrrf 8b ' I I l a nhrat I 1 ft 0 1 R 3 1 1 3 0 3 1 ft ft 3 0 0 U. Bmtth p I 1 0 3 Tolala 81 13 IT Ml TnUtt 31 I 37 13 rhlladaipiili. 000 301 000 I Nl York .. . ..... 000 010 000 t Nummary. ,lluna-J. Miller, WWInma, rietclier, Hteniral, I'rown. t:rrnra Wheat, II. Smith, Kelly, tlaatim. Two baan htta Wllllaiiia, llfuwib 'Ihiee baaa tilta- Mt rher. Stolen baeca llurna. Wlltlama, frlaflt, llaara nn balla off Hmltli 1 Struck out llji (imltli , by l'errltt 1. I'lriitca Down Cuha. rillt'Arm. (lei 3. The National laarue aeaaon clnaod liera today with ft victory for I'ltlaburali over Chlcaan. rittiVnih. ah it rn a Call ate. aa it ro a TacxnMf tf R 3 3 0 hntira If 3 13 1 Vrv rf 3 n 0 0 1 3 1 I 1 .1 1 3 1 3 1 0 Twry aa S3 Mrtaa If 3 3 Hutire lb 4 3 fi-iirt cf I 1 n ranTll,.e 3 n fMtl 3b 1 4 0 Murlntt, 2b 3 3 Tiler p 3 0 3 I 3 (I R 1 lalO TTrnrr Nlrhtium il 4 Jtirtitra 3b 3 (Iflitim lb I ruttlu ib I la, 3 farlaon p 4 R0 0 . 3 3 1 1 ToUli 31 f'tllaburiTli" Chlcnau .. Summary; t at 10 T.itill 31 II IT 11 " ,". . ." . ooi ooo in -i 003 000 0013 Hunn NlchoUon 3. l,e.e, Carta.m. Twomblr i.m. iwomoiey, Terry, iiiutpriaon, r.r. lllrbaa. liarbare. O'l'arr.ll. Marrlnlt. mra-r. Two haae htla ttobortaon, Carlann. Three ltaaa lilla Tarry. Marriott, liarbare. Stolen bitana I'nakett. Nlchniann, lltvbae, Itnbrft- ami, Iloul'la playa Tyler to Terry lu liar. bar; I.an to llarbart to (irlmin, Ilawa on balla Oft farlaon off Tyler 1. rfVuck out Ily Tyler 3, by Oailann 1. t'urda Take liat lnni llrita. CINCINNATI. Ohio. Ori. 3. --l.iat yearfa chniitmon Ile.ia rioaea ineir nenaon nero ny ruffalins n defaat at tha hands of Iho tit, Loula Cardlnaia. Clnctanatl. II TO A All it m A 110 lUIJl Jti-.tli R 1 3 3 3 13 1 luulirrl lb 4 3 lu 0 1 1 1 llnm 3tin 3 14 8 1 1 7 It.l-h (f3b 4 0 R 1 3 3 0 Iitinran If R I 1 0 3 R R Kiff u2b R 0 3 3 14 0 Nine It 4 17 0 3 7 4 t 0 0 0 10 1 M'ti'ln C 4 0 3 0 10ft Klrkliil tl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 f-"U P 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 17 ii TJ ToUU 30 R 39 15 Muallft rf R .nirtil lb 11 mora 3b R Unrmh- :b fl IMhtir It laian ai ft tlraUiwla rf 0 lltwefrr North p 3 rmimier I 1 fiMUn it ft bbnilat p 1 Total! "ii,7(7aii"ror Korili In ninth, ki ran tor Koiirnler In nlnthi s balte.1 for Neat In twtirtiit aa tiatieii lor winno in win. St. tmla oio loo oot ooj Cincinnati 110 003 ooo 0003 liuminarvi lltina Janvrln. Stock Mc- llenry, l.avan. Ileathcnta. Hholton. Haiti, liuubait. lltbh. Krrnra t.ivvnn 3, l)l. inuirar l. Two baaa lilla Htock. Mcltanrr. I'ournler. Threo baao title - llaih.Naalo. Hlntcti baava Duncan, Muullrr, Mcllenry, I.aii. iioiiint limy uooi m iiruu i Iiaubert llaaaa on I bulla Mil nttariu , on North 3. -Struck out liy nwurta NotlU 3. by Ulierdel 3. by RED CROSS EXTENDS HELP URn Ion Jlen UrjnM to rttwnt Claims Nim rout) ltiiliucil, That It la to bo tho Intent of ex sorvlco men to linvo nlalnis on the KoveTnment stralRhleued out now was tho advtco nlvon Haturdny by Mrs. Hulllo tlolqy, head of tho home servlro depnrttiiDiit of tho Hed Crosii. Tho homo sorvlco section t now eaulppod to attend to claims expeditiously but ilccrcaslitK of the rtei lciil la ml ottlce torco of Hie sec tlun, niitlclp.ited In the near future. will naturally lesson the speed with which clnluvH pro Luljussoil. ,M,rn. tlolay said that item of a typewriter fur a month was ileKlrrd by the sec Hon. nn an ivxtr.i stenoKniphcr Is bolnit employed 111 connection with mniuilarulni: of records. inn of thot.0 whom Din homo sor vice section helped during tho week unit a sick ex-servlco man. When Informed liy a ph)slclari that the youiiK man was too 111 to work, the Hed Cross arranged for his cats hero and trarispdrutlon to his moth, or's home. SPECIAL NOTICE World Series Ball Games On the Famous Star Board (The Board That Talks) AND 5 Acts Vaudeville 5 Acts UtiVlVl OCTOBER 5th THAT LITTLE GAME"- ) WliGA TtlE DEALER'S aS y k HE DREW HE you uiFTED SK HIM i j tAOST TELU. I Your HAMD ) X? -v i HBS AFRAJD TELL ME- , DflMT HApTA HIS HAND ) ULCOURT V N ANSWER. . gJJfJk CiPLoMACy, WkMy7 So HoYLB ASK ASKHfM l& s- WVI- S V DISCARDED. cvJSJ'i CTj Cl -v HEALER HAD V ci i iV AMY BRAINS II ' r V ( 'C HE'D HAV& Thousands of Victorious Cleveland Team 'Tomahawks Sharpened and Owner Dunn Tells Speaker; All Reserved Seats m League Park Already Are Spoken Sov CMOVKIiAND, Ohio, Oct. !). Thousands of Cleveland baseball fans wero downtown tonluht to wol- cotno Trls Upeakur and tho Indians, Tfhc.il Diey arrived front Detroit. After yoars of patlont waltlnB, Clovo land Is at last to sen im Amurlcan lcni;uo pennant and perhaps tho world's championship flag float from tho masthead at leaguo park. Jnmcs C. Dunn, president ot tho Indians, today wired his congratu lations as follow ft: "My olncero conRrnttilntlons to you nnd ull members of tho team. I am sharpening the tomahawks and I am sure wo will scalp the iJoOircrs. lou fought fairly and squaroiy nml uo- scrvo tho championship," 13, D. Ilarnard, business mnuaKcr of tho team, today announced the nrranaTomonts for tho nnlo of tickets to tho Clovoland world's aeries games. Extraordinary precautions havo been taken to provont tickets from fulling into tho hands of scalp ors. (Several weeks ago tho manage- uient requested nil fans deslilng ro served scats should mfiko application by mall. Nearly 40,000 requests were received. Tho 10.624 reserved seats havo beuu ulloted lu pairs to fans who sent In written applications, Nino thousand general admission tickets at tl each, will bo sold at tho park each day when tho games open. Tho 8.312 fans soon will got no tices that esrh will receive two seats for each of tho four games horo.. No person will rorclvo moro: no nppll cant loss than that number. No seats will bo sold for Just ono or two games they must bo taken for tho series. No choice of scats Is possible, as tho 1C.C24 reserved scats wero allotted In pairs, just as thoy wero counted out. Tho ticket notice allotments will each contain a card bearing n. serial number and u place for signature and nddress. Tho recipient will bring this notice to tho park whoro tho number, signature and address on tho card will be compared with tho number, signature and nddress on tho original application, If these correspond tho fan will rccelvo eight reserveii sonm, pitying ai iijni iimu lliu iuii iih' i"i wimiriri uuKCin DIRECTION 1 . A Fans Greet I'm Sure We'll Scalp Dodgers placed In his envelope. If hn draws box seats ho must pay $03.80 for tho ultrht tickets. Reserved seats, other than boxes, wilt cost $26.40; :Hi,20 and (44, according to loca tion. This covers tn each case the prtcu of two seats at each of tho four Frames nnd Includes war tax. J.oaEUo park seating capacity Jias been carefully chucked up and the following flRiircs announced: llox seats, 1.9.X7, at 111 each. Deserved scats, 4,337, at $5 each. ltcscrved Beats, 4,732, at M each, Ilcsorved seats, 5,C7U. at 3 each. (ictioral admlhslou, 9,000, at $1 each. Tho manncoment hopes to start tho distribution of' tickets by the mlddlo of tho week. The Scoreboard flTlvMUINO Of Tllh TEXU&. Aaultia lima. Trim n. I. Fn. Inn. W. U To. Clnalaod 01 S .tit nostra 73 81 ,ltl rwcua 05 Rl - .633 ITll. 68 II ,410 Vdrt flj R0 .819 Dalro't 70 0.1 .391 ft. Bouli 76 77 ,l; mtla. 45 101 -.314 Sititnjl lulk Triv w, U rn. Ttia W. U rrt. Prookljn D3 81 .60S Chlran '3 7) .4S0 Nf York 84 fi .519 ft. lxiull 79 t ,44 HncniiaU M 71 ,iit IIomiio 67 U0 .407 rtttaliurtb 13 13 .314 rbila 41 106 .313 Aaultia Aimlatlaal Trara. W. L. ret i T.a W. f. M lt. rant 111 R0 .056 MnHuiip. 84 Rt .509 I,"il,rtJJt 83 II .034 Itllaiukaa 78 88 .413 Ti.li.ta 86 80 .318 Cotur.bul 6 07 .401 MtatL 83 70 .6151 Kin. City 60 106 Ate TKSTEruiAva nr.sci.TS Amaelcan IVauruo. Detroit 6, Cleerland 8. Philadelphia 8. -Waahlmiton C BU Loula II, Chtcafio 7. National Lnwroe. St. Txmla 6. Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia 4. New York X. llrooklyn I. Iloaton 1. llttaburth 4. Chlcafo 3. America u A aaor tattoo, rinta 11.9. Milwaukee t-l. Toledo 115, Mlnncapolla I-lt. lndtanapaloal 0-3, Kanaaa City 4-3. Columl.ua I t, St. Paul 14-4. No mf, toiy ln blc .ue. Seaaon cloaed. PURITY Your Security When you aro tired and hot tho purity of tho dainty you order may become secondary to Its coolness and flavor Hut while you aro enjoying Its rich flavor nnd Iceberg coolncsH. wo aro watchful to sen that only purest ma terials nro used. 'Try Our Superior CntHly" Candyland Ono Door South of Majestic Theater raj TuOKBR BROTHERS TECHNICALITY Brute Husband Deserts Girl Wife and Small Baby Without Penhn A girl wlfc,.,13 years old, with a ten months old baby boy, whom her husband recently desorted, hnfi appealed to tho Hed Cross for help ln finding work. 8ho can do housuwork and sewing and wishes work ln a homo so 'that sho can keop tho baby with her. Information ln regard to her may bo obtained at Uio Hed Cross headquarter. a ivonrion woman s the inventor of a wheel that can bu strapped to a vacuum cleaner to aid ln movinc It about. Dr. 'Stewart, the master mind, will positively answer all question from the Wonderland stage this week V2fi DIRECTION Starting Sunday All ON THE STAGE Sunday, Monday Special return engagement of BOBBY RYAN (Himself) nnd tho ever popular "ME, HIM AND I" Musical Comedy Co. With Marie Boze, Coast and Wingfield and bli; cast of clever artists n recognized show of merit and distinction. WAllN'IN'O Dr. Strwnrt will answer no foolish nncsDons; Dio fa maoiis mystic confined ills work to Dioso seriously lntcrcsUxl la Dio phychlo phenomena. aaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaHlaVIIES aaaaaaalBallUllllSlbE FIRE TESTED FAITH" Dev. .Mcndo Unit Dclltrrs htrotiR .Senium nil Ability t" Conquer Tt'iiipUiliini. It Is tho ttblllty to conquor tempta-j Don nnd to go forward In oplto of difficulties which makes strong riirisllan chaTactr, ltev. Meadu Dull, paMor of tho first Christian church, said yesterday morning ln a sormon on "Kiid Tntod Rilth." "There !s a benefit In trials. Ad versity Helmuts net," Mr. Dutt said. "No matter what your station In lift) or lot may be, sorrows lurk alona; your pathway. It does no good to roll at your lot but tho test of diameter Is the ability o overrldo difficulties. The chinch has grown groat through blood, and man and women of today must suffer and snerlfiro to lead the Christian life rui urn tnc martrs oi oiu, inougu in different dogreo and manner. "Seeula." orgnnUntionH vromlso to prtMipectlvo ini'inln rs ill manner if irood things. Tho church ot Jesus Christ has good to offer, too, but II slates that thern will bo days of struggle and tcm plat Ion for which tho solo help will bo tho gospel," GUARDS TO GET BACK PAY Kotrml I'lilts fo Profit! .Money M'lfd from Wnr DelNirtment OKIAHOMA CITY, Oct. 3. Hack pay for half a dozen units of tho Ok lahoma national guard, for attend ance at tlrltl for tho first part of the existence of present organisations, was received thin afternoon from tho war department at tbo office of the adjutant general and will be dis tributed within the next fow days. Organizations which will sharo ln Dio monoy aru: Headquarters and machine gun companies, socond Infantry, Okla hma City, for tho period from August 31 to Docomber 31, 1918; Company U, socond Infantry, Freder ick, Septomber 3 to December 31, 13181 headquarters company, third Infantry, Muskogeo, August SI, 1918 t Juno 30, 1919; company U Second Infantry, Anadarkn, Septem ber 3 to December 21. IMS: com pany O, Second infnntry, Pauls Val ley, August 31, 1918, to Juno 30, 1919. A vacuum dip at tho end of a spring arm to ho mounted along the tmo arm has been invented for re moving records from phonographB. , . .h.u:t. iaw.ii eaaaa t R,y;jtV"VSe?,i,177Vrr.!LT . rv,'r:i8"'r?f.?;,."i"r,':'S; I""1-- "" TUCKER BROTHERS Week Big Double Show on Tin: scnuEX Sunday, Monday Opening Cluiptcr MARIE WALCAMP IN "THE DRAGON'S NET" The only scrlnl ever filmed In Cliliut. diipan lind Dio Phltlp- iiliies. A gorgeous sensation k'I ,.,nrnn,.,.rl,IO lllrlllj trf AIjSO Big V Comedy AND AliSO Douglas Fairbanks Western Complrto chango of program TueMlay. DEMAND BRITAIN RECALL TROOPS Friends of Irish Frn tlom Hold Spirited Mi t ing Sunday Discussion of tho Vlsoi! i proposition on tho Iri.-lt u was tho principal fc,ttur , meeting of tho lYIends cf Freedom at tho court hous. night. Judge Moroney led t ctisston vthlch was jiartl. i by Messrs. McKlroy, id, .Sweeney. Tho concensus ,,f Ion was that tho Orty pi j was a lirltish smoko r. . n his schema would riot be v i . nor any other schemo r withdrawal of tho Hn'i ' from Ireland and tho rcronn1 G'ty ' "ii 'hj i .J!l lay Mi. 1 It il ' n ' ia ' .Jt i' !l), ' tha n cf of tary I "MM f' his inejrisn rcpunite. Tho interview with Mr p( Muskogeo, ns printed In Tli" was alto discussed and th' i was Instructed to write Mr and ask him ns to the sour. Information on tho subje of th,) rotative ciiin unu cu ir, tlj Pinter nnd tho other pan jr. land, yvvlth tho ttndernfar l t t'l.it th'.1 letter to him nnd hi rep!? would bo given to tho Muk .-, and Tulta newspapers for puMi a.'1 n it was nnnounccd tnat T.unei Harrington, well known o'tnrncr would be the speaker fnr n-1 iiun. day night and that aiiii Asne Dunnlgnn would furnish romo musical numbers. TEXAS MINE STRIKES END Workmen Voto to Accept Offer cf 2,'i Cents n Ton Incrcaso. 7-XUT WOKTK. Texas, t. 3. The etriko of about 1,500 I Pumi-tj.i coal minors ln Texas ended orflght when the strikes at Str.vvn, Ttiuibpr end I.yra voted to accept m ( . - by operators of a'n Increaso of 15 centi per ton. Miners ln the HrUY'er irt fle'ds already had accepted th.' nffer. In making this nnnounccmcrt Ma miners-operators conferees he ,' Fi'd they would hold ono mra rrftlmr Monday to work out minor det ills of, tho arrangement. GrnefleTB llauflnlre Academy of Dancing Ctaaa or private Inatruc'i na Children's claaaea Hitur'ay. Social danclnr Tuca., Thjra., Sat. Hotel Tulaa Orcheaira. 414 S. llouldor. Phone C III. Second Astounding Week ROYAL Popular Priced Vnttdevlllo and Plcturcri. Greatest Amusement Bar gain offered anywhere in America. AFTERNOON NIOUTS ACTS Vaudeville REELS Pictures Vaudeville Today YON IE and FUJI "A JiipancM) Classic!" GORDON DUO "Iliirinony Singing" SHIP AHOY GIRLS COMPANY In n Nautical Miuslcnl Hcvuc, with 8 beautiful glrK VILLAGE FIVE In "in Minutes or Mirth and Melody." 'JACK' JUNIOR in Something Different' Pictures l-Vature: WILLIAM FARNUM IN "The Orphan" TliH Is rarnum's nctit and most costly plrlnrc. Also Muttond Jeff. Also l'ox News. Also "Plrnto Oold." SPIlCIAt. NOTH World Perln, Ramea on tha board that i-ilta r hy play itarta Octobtr -nd tn taia thaatre. Any Seat Any Time Complete ehanre of vaudavltia Thuraday, Hoturea atartln day features tho maddenlcr Br; . aldtna" In 'Tha Woman Untamed. ' B neat Ion ot tha century. i10c!25 I10GI25G I