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TULSA, DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7. 1021
LEONARD-TENDLER BOUT BEST GO ATTRACTION OF WEEK
Lightweight Scrap at Philly
Friday Is Real Grudge Affray
Kenny and Low Evenly
Matched and Should
Furnish Real Fight
TENDLER A SOUTHPAW
llh Portside Tnetics May Ru
i).. n r"i,r,,. at...,,. I"
Other Good Routs
I KDWAIU) V.'. COCHItANK.
j'r lightweight cli.impi'inshtp
fir which fistic followers
, . I eagerly awaited for lour
.(Jv " furnish the outntnndlng
1 i eagerly awaited for four yearn,
i' T " 11 I'll fl-l ?VllHUI- .'I
h .'it j for thn wook In mid-August of
v t ait dcude. This contest will
V .. together llonny Leonard,
, iciplon, and I.eiv Tendler, thn
1 . r df tho many rontnndurs for
t' crown which adorns thn ilnm
New York llobrow. They will
I . cght rounds In Philadelphia
I'm lay night. Tho advance sent sale
I i. pat'd tho f 50,000. mark and
I,' -itlons uro that tho sale
w i break all records In the Quaker
Virtually ever slnoo ho tumbled
Krtnldv Welsh ti thi- canvas In Now
Yo'k in-oral years ago and relieved
th" Welshman of tho championship.
I. t ird has avoided a meeting with
i' Philadelphia boxer. Many ox
i i i were Riven for dodging Tend
ler hut undoubtedly the chief one
n i- ihat he know Tendler to he the
n " dangerous of his many foes
n ! In- wanted to wait until thero
ki i tiough Interest In the scrap to
p iv him well for hli efforts In do-
(tr -i ling the crown ngnlnst such a
Kittlcr. In waiting Ionnartl ngaln
txerc.sed rare business Judgment.
Kunlv Mulched Pli)sl(nl.
ally no two boxers could he
rc-i fi nly matched. There was
n m-lib table nrgunicnt for a tlmn
mir whit weight thi-y should make
ni '1 they finally agreed to 135
pi imls. which Is recognized as the
l-gi.twoight limit. It Is reported that
1 1 i 'nd will have a hard time mak
ing li. although tho champion denies
thi Their physical measurements-I.-
w Ti ndler. llenny Leonard.
2 1 go 2,r
13-. Weight 135
r ft. 7 In Iteach D ft. fil-2 In.
7J. . .., Heach 71 1-1
tr. Chest (normal) 3.
S7 Chest (expanded) 31
14 Neck 1 4
25 Waist 27
II Wcepi 11 3-4
i: Calf 12. .
8 Anklo S
Most followers of boxing are well
acquainted with the record of both
men and especially that of the
fh.impinn. Knch has fought thn
sum lightweights successfully Two
lvi's which may furnish a fair com
parlH' n of the men were the ones
tin v had with Itltchle Mitchell. Mu
cin I! was unable to floor Tendler
t. ,i he remained 10 rounds. although
bftpn by the rhlladelphlan. Leon
n'il was knocked down In the firs'
r 'ird of his battle with Mitchell and
!c-r knocked the Mllwaukco llght
w. ght out. e
This would Indicate that I.oonar-1
ha" a better putv h than his foe. a
f ' whbh h gonorallv conceded by
t v.ng authorities In the east where
". l vs have done most of their
' f - r-c. It. th have defeated Hockv
Kin Willie .laekson. Johnny
I'll be and a score of other good
Tendler'H Peculiar Stjlo.
TTKllrr has a neeullnr Mvle. He is
Iff' ' unded and stands with hli
i rht hand extended, like all south
liconiird ik not accustomed to
(t-f'-.ilinK himself ngalnst such a
'! and for a whllo It may appear
tii'h-r awkward to him. Hut he
claims he will solve It and flatten
"". ti nan who has camped on his
lr i ,,r y-ir without result until
nm Tendler Is credited with bulng
a i-meriiiid InflKhter. In this parttc
"lu I.e . nurd always has been a bit
w,ik If the referee allows a lot of
f - ii.ui,- at close ranjje and Leonard
Is - it able to tie Tendler tip In the
' " Ins .so thnt ho cannot hit and Is
f""(d to break, the 1'hllndelphlan
" iv trrt In some good punches.
!-' nard has been training fo
' itks to form a defense for
der's eft hook. Tho challenger
)'' with his right and hooks with
'"'' v'hpaw, which Ih his most dan
P'""!" punch. Jon Welling, who has
' t both men, Vonti'nds that Tend
'' ' m hit as hard with his right
' - 1 ear. run with his left. In this
"i.r.. i, likely to be a knock
' 1 ' if i ither man lands squarley
1 ' 'I tii ,.,,,. npt.
til Imxers are very clever. I,oon
" 1 ' ay havo a slight .-dee In this
I ' "t '- hut thoy are us evenly
- 'an lie. It would be far
n ' ' '.i-fauni-y if they could bn
1" In New York. Klght are
'lough for n knockout, tin-
or th0 boys Is able to put
1 ' h.iril punch early in the fight.
Not Likely to Stall.
h"! ''' a llll't that they
' U'ht rounds In Philad'-I-
I i at. (1 then bav n
I III Vt.ti- -.t. t ..-,1 ..
' " , i ui ll ,i i-tii-
. two purses Instead of one.
it vvc or, thrso boxerM have been
.utter enemies for years that
" '. t likely cither man will take a
.ii.c on a ppcond hattlo If he Is
to win thl.i one derlsivelv. It
" K""S tho limit Leonard will
" his title because referees are
r ' i '.wed to gh-o decisions in I'hll-
b ' tun.
T r,. are some bouts on this
It,.,. " M'he'lle that will attract al
i i,,n T1)e heet In this section
Ik miy "rltton of Columbus,
Ti , """Wtlunal middlewilg'it,
l Ie I Stevenson of LiuSallo, 111.,
m fur 12 rounds lit .St. Josej.h
" 1 night.
-I."- 'iihbons. who Is staging n
" 'l' K ntlll hflnnu 4 1l.t. ... n
, 1,1, fill, Vllillll VIJ
wh. n- he can demand a bout
'1' nilrl,11..u-..lr.t, l.
, ' "iiliin ,11111111111111,
,n,t Individual is since the
, , "ne- Hiiuaiinie in (live
'f "' ' ' " very Worthv foe In
' ' In Jeff Smith. Thep
'"' ' ashed before In 1 1, ,
'K m Kansas C.ty m ion
"i n nis. That was , st
Milium wum into rtUiamo.it,
limit Thin Week
Aug S Jaik Hlone vs. Chuck
Wiggins, 1,1 rounds, at New
Aug. H Piatikey Mason vs Ka
io Mrown, 10 rounds at Kt.
Aug. S- Hilly nrlttnn vs, Mn
Wevensmr, 12 rounds, at Ht.
Aug S. Charley flits vs. Mickey
Donley, 12 rounds, at Jersey
Aug. S- llenny Custer vs. ricor-
rie Thompson, In rounds, at
Aug. S Ulck nrlffln s. I'hll
I'ranchlnl, 10 rounds, at Now
Aug. S Ittockle Itlrh.iriN vs.
Willie Kohler, 10 rounds, at
Aug. 9 Al itelch vs. Paul Jour-
iko, 12 rounds, nt New Yerk
Aug. S Uddlo l'ltMlinmotis vs,
Nate Hiagul, 12 rounds, at llos-
Aug. -.toff Rmlth vs. Mlko
filbhons, 12 rounds, at Jersiy
Aug. 10 -Charley White vs,
Johnny Dundee, 10 rounds, at
Aug. 10--Mldget Hmlth vs. Young
Montreal, 10 rounds, at New
Aug. 10 Monte Cross vs Paul
Doyle, 10 rounds, at New York.
Aug. 10 -Johnny Huff vs,
Charles Ledoux, 10 roundn, at
Aug 11 dene Tunney vs. Kddle
Joseph, 10 rounds, at NVw
Aug. 11 Al Norton vs Simmy
Hood, 12 rounds, nt New York.
Aug. 12 Joe Dillon vs. MI'kiy
Nelson, 12 rounds, at S.irat'-g.i
Springs, N. Y.
Aug. 12 Kreddy .Turks vs
II u g h e y Hutchinson. 1 2
rounds, nt Saratoga Springs.
Aug. 12 Penny Leonard vs lw
Tendler, S rounds, at Philadel
phia. Aug. 12 liabi. Asher vs. Hill v
Mascott, 10 rounds, at Port
Hoth men are going nt top speed
now nnd It should be a splendid but
tJe. New York will havo an all-star
show Wednesday night. Johnny
Dundee and Charley White, light
weight championship contenders,
will clash In one of tho bouts. The
clever, speedy Dundee should be nblo
to win oti points unless White Is able
to snnil homo his dangerous luft
hook. Johnny Huff, who has chal
lenged Jimmy Wilde of lCngland for
tho flyweight championship of tho
world, will meet Charley Ledoux.
champion bantam ot Prance, in an
other bout, whllo Midget Smith and
Voting Montreal will engage In the
FOR TITLE BOUT
Kilbane Will Get $00,000,
Frush $42,500; Meet
CLKVKLAND, Aug. fi. Johnny
Kllbnne, featherweight champion of
tho world this afternoon Hlgned an
agrei-mint to meet Denny l'rush of
H.iltlmoii'. nt Dunn field Saturday,
Keptomber 17. for the featherweight
championship of the world.
Tin,- bout Is to go 12 lounds nnd
I-'rush Is to make 120 pounds at the
ringside. Kilbane will enter the ring
at cati-h weights.
The Cleveland boxing commission
will n.imo the refrree.
Hoth boxers begin training at
Kilbane will rerclve JOO.flOO fur
thn night's work, whllo Crush signed
the irtlclcs which prnvltln him a
eonipenfutlon of 1 4 2,600, win ir
"I d fight Johnny for nothing, If
that was the only way I could get
the match," said the H.iltlmnrc lad
lo the International News Service,
after he had afflxul his signature.
"I expect to win and the idzo of
tho purse I pull down now doesn't
especially lutetest mo. That can
Kriish. acronipanled hy his man
ager, Sammy Harris, returned to
Haltimore tonight, and will at once
go Into training on a be.irh near
there. Ho wllT'return to Cleveland
August 25 lo complete his prepara
tions for the match.
Mexicans Dcni Plans !
for Jack-Jess Ilout
WASHINCTdN, ug fi Tho
Mexican umbasy today Issued tho
following statement' "With refer
once to a news item appearing In
Win now.ipapcis oi Augum -l 10 tun
effect tnat ttio .Mexican government
wunta to arrange a pugilistic bout
between Jacu Dempsny and Jack
Jolinson, the Men an embassy bus
received official advlies ruily deny-;
lng such unwarranted reports." j
PIlILAnL'LPIllA, Aug. fi. Tho I
jiropusiil bout between Jauk Johu-f
son. former champing anil Harry 1
Wills has been bin n d baried here, i
Director of Public t'.ifety Cortelioul
declares Johnson cannot box in
Philadelphia as long as ho holds
Fox Trot and Shimmu
Help Net Star Train
H.VIU Aug. 11 "Th" foxtrot
nnd the shimmy are exi client aids'
to training fur liwn tennis" .Mile.
Suzanne Lenglen Illthely dei hired
to la' 'Us' l I"" " il.og 'U thn
steatnrr Paris f .r New V irk S1
,l,i-eerrd tr f , mail ,n 'tilt site
.:, , ne i, - ,l n -r of
uilUi iaiiiiua uafiLing tiwd. 1
Leonard and Challenger Tendler
Cliainploii llenny U-oniinl, uIhiiu
I l-Iit.. . t-
t 7s m
uiziuiy ui jDusvuuiL 1 ruiinu i
In Albert G. Spalding Relics
Library Ucinp; Catalogued Reveals Many Interesting Facts
About the Game In 1871 BcwhisUcrcd Babe Ruths
Shamelessly Wore Harem Trousers With Ruffles.
tfjilrlal to Tl, Wotlil
NKW Y 1 1 L K . Aug. n A slim,
little, red leuthei- .v, n d act-,, nut
honk for liS3 Included In the mm
prehinslvo baseball libr.ny of the
late A. (I. Spalding, now In process
of elafKilflcntlon at the New York
public llbraiy, tevenls the old-time
ballplayer's concepilon of hltllng
the high spotH along the Client
White Way of that period Tho au
thor of the n-ilve confession made
by tho unlet y sin cession of neat en
tries in indelible pencil unforlu
naiily rifr.iuis from disclosing his
Ills luncheons wero economical
2G (i ml .10 cents, entries of "thea
ter .",0 ' outs," aril freuuent. recur
ring twice or more In a wiek. Hut
not all the Items ai-e of a "chicken
feed" i lass for Instance, "Hccelved
from J. L. ltogers, tieuetirer,
Ono entry slarlrt with tho yrnr
"1SS4, cost of costume," anil Is fol
lowed with those Items: "White
pants. 15.00: white shirt, $4: red
shirt. 12 50: shins, 15; hose, II 2r.;
cap, 7.1 cents: belt, 50 cents; plates-,
per pair, 5" ( cuts; Jieket. $2; white
pants, f,.r,n; totnl 127.50."
(m the lushl" of the front covor
of this little book, In wh'ch the
player has so carefully set down the
exact cost of his uniform and his
23-rent lunches anil other extrava
gances. Is the follow-In carefully
written iiuolallon, which te'iulroM no
"The dlsgtnce la not in thn occu
pation, but In tho 'failure to mike
It r. spected "
This Is Written In the snme hand
an mofct of lb" entries and with n
similar nnrplo peiu 11. Three names
and addresMis nre set down above
the fpiolBllnn, but probnblv no one
of them Is the addiess of the owner
of tho account book.
Tim season's plnwng dates are en
tered on the opposite page. I-'or
Wednesday, November 10 ISRt, Is
the entrv "Luigtie tneetlng. l-'lftll
Avenue hotel, New York, Nineteenth
and Twentieth strrets." Tho book
also gives tho mileage covered by
tho team In 1 SS3.
Ily issn and 1 St I hnsebnll had be
come f-oniiwbat modernised, but
there nm lmnk.1 In the eollcetlon
which tell of the game before It
reached that point, rinn of those,
published bv P.) an R Davenport,
KM Nassau street, In 17. Is entitled-
"The Plaving Utiles of the
Vatlonnl Asm laden of Amateur
Hunch-ill Players" It shows on the
i over the picture of nn attenuated
man t-'iiggetlntr a height of fully
eight feet, with flowing mustache
nnd curling Hide whlskerB. He is
supposed to bo In action with bat
Also tricked out with cavalry
mustache and luxuriant buriisldrw
is a figure on tho cover of an 171
publication. This is "Unsehall
Ilules nnd Ilegulntlons" bv .Tnmes
If. Hainle. published by J W 11
Kelb-v K- Hrother Chli-ngo. "A He
vised bv the roiirleenlh Ann-ial
Convention of the National Avicia
llon of Haseball Plavers: Together
With the Now Constitution and Hv
Laws. Also n mil deport of Ihe
Proceedings of tin Vi-wlv Pormisl
and Amateur Association.''
A basobHll g.imr mtlfct have been
a weird affair In 171. differing In
essenflalH ns well as In details from
ihe game ss played today. The Italic
Huth of I71 as shown In the
"Hiiseball Manual nf the National
Association of Junior Hnsebnll T"nv
i r." wis a l-i bl-ki-r-d In m
bumeli d l-t ' - I o ' j"
i.l ,r t,. . , i t h. l-uri fn- r ' ' .11
,-i'. inngil) tii'l rft r c ir a
' i. ni i' tf T- c il f-- fi'-e
docouv(L it the modistes put It
Llghiwelght Champion llenny
Leonanl fim s tho tounlUHt bnttlei
he has nut since he won the til If In
l,w Ten. lb" thn left-hamb d Phlla
delph in wli.'.t In tackles In tjunk
rr limn o-M 1'rnl.o nlnhl. I.eon-ni-,1
1. is In n i lm- buxi i. but has
1, id f, v ),n' I ! ,ii- li- ns i hampbin,
h s tic !.' it b.iving been with
I . ., 1 M In il.
f ' it
mid llu clialloiiger, Le TciiiIIit
7- -77 T.. 771 1
in heavy white cotton Muff, ami
i-.N-in to be wi 11 padded, but they are
tin ban in triiun-is In cut nnd
Itnglb This hero wears a bright
blue f-hlrt In Ihe picture, the cap
tion nf whl h Indicates that he Is In
the regalia of the "Star 11. II. Club."
A fchghtly illffcicnt get-up Is por
trayed above thn caption "Pn.ator
(Tony Pastor) II. II. Club." In the
same honk, but the whlskets and
liurnMih are. still mugnlfb entl
prominent. Tho Tony PnstuiH np
paiiuitly played ball in high-heeled,
slender shoes, uhlte with In own
Mlapplngs, llkn thu boating shoei
of a mid Vb tot Ian maiden. There
was nothttig mild about b.-isehall
Ktoi kings. u Indicated by Ihe col
ored Illustrations of this manual
They went of solid, blinding lermll
lion or oiiually blinding rifiortia'Jnij
horizontal stripes uf vol million uti
red, or of a i haste verillgi Is - hello
known as "poison green."
Kusch'ill cut husbiats are much In
lefiHted In the iiiinnuin enn-iit of the
Nuw York Publb! Llbinry that th"
basobHll i-ollis-tlon of the lale Albeit
i?. Spnldlng, widely known as A. (I.
KpnldintC, who died September 11,
I'Jlii, will be available for tho use '
the public In about two liinlitli'
time. The cnlbctlnti, given to tin
library by Mis Albert (1. Spnldlng.
lion nr e,ua:iy blinding ullernatlng
and will i.'n Into "the stack.'' Much
of the material first must bo care
fully sorted, lib nllfleil and luurkcl
Thnro lire piles nnd cablnet-ilr'
photographs, eotne of whli-h ar
marked with Ih" names of the sub
Ji i ta and some not. Tin se photo
graphs, It was said, probably will
be romoved fiom their mounts and
pasted up In untile form nf book
There nre old scr.ipboolts and boxe i
of clippings which may be nnr
ranged after morn careful elasslfita
Tho collection Include a few mis
cclluut'otih books on spoils "the"
than b.'isebnil, but an a whole II dealn
with baeball only. Two fepatato
divisions of the collection are llatr"
Wright's library and Henry Chad -wick's
library, Henry ('hndwhk h
known lis "Ihn father of bHseball.'
The Chudwlck library Ineliidus old
scrnpbooks, score liookM nntl clip
pings, a lot of Mr. Spalding's per
sonal me iiinrnndu and notes of hi'
Inn around tin world, fteach's bane,
ball guldi-rt and pat Lagos of Intteii.
abn.it the game
with the collection nre aeipilrei'
also a qpnntlty nf photngi nphs mid
of llnmi r DHvenpnrt i in Innns, pi' -tures
nf old bii.sebnll teams, thn
"Huston riasiiball Club," the "PIim
Nine." tho "Itorkford I'lrst Nine,"
"Huston Nine. 1S7," and "Provl
denco flraya. 1S79."
Scrap bonk", clippings. Urg"
score book. f orrespomlence, ac,
count books photographii, ptimph
lets. mlscellani ous memnrandutn
books anil a pii' ktig of Wright's
own score books ate Included In the
Hany Wright library.
The ramnlruler "f tho Spalding
rolleitl'in Is only kllghtly les-t vuibtl
in chara. ter. A lot of chubby
leather-bound volumes are the
Spalding Official nasi ball (luldn for
tho )t-ais fiom 1 S 70 to ttl Then
rhere aro tho older, amaller volumes.
Hfadlc'H Ilasebalt Otild", will' h
coier from HflO to 1 is 1, and D
Wilt's, from 1 i7 to 1 S 3. Several
volume of Heath's flffblal Hase.
bull dulde Indudo the years from
1SS3 to 1311.
fithors among tho books of ref-tri-nin
In the colb-cflnri are Sti'ild
Itgs Hun bull 1'in-y i.i dl i IS u",
Hi i'1!' .- i if'n I ii ,i I- Vuii.i mil
A'3--i nit. - n. N,i' -oril Ass i . i'
I in ! r i . u . Li -i 9ii"
1 'i i" He ' nntl t;n d r s
Ijaaobd,!! Corustltuuun and liuj.i.e,
iVent to red
lister (JIHi-siiIk, slar gun p , r
of the Tulsa (inn elut' .'iiin-lix
iignlii provnd his wurili an i , on-'-i
ent shooter and for I li t . -m I
Vf"pk In nuenrssliiii nhntiind 87 ,-'
thn 100 tlylng birds. Lest, r al"
won the regldered event on I he (mm
50 targrtli, dtopplng III of tie in
Hay Itranntctler, who hulls fmm
(ho town of Mklulonk. Ilklu , ami iih
remilnr as Salurilay conies can be
found on the tanxe. shot In good
fnt mi and pulled Inio tho tunnsr-up
poslllon with a mark of '.if. While
Itnv has been nhonilng tegulnrly union
J Inltig I lie Tulsa dun club, he Is
H new shunter, ntid hl climb to thu
lop Is leiiiarkible.
Mint ill KM) 'Hli gets.
illllcsplc , 97
Itian-i. eiter 95
( i art 92
t i l 7
I r .1 1 - hi Til
I I'M I lll'l n 71
l-ii i -iiihnisou 72
n i unit r.r,
S 1 1 ' 1 1 nl , 'I'lll'gl'IS,
1 .istin no
lliilis for the yen is from l s 7 p to
I SK0 Thete are also volumes of
Spiihlini'N I'liifeslsoiiitl iltiieb.ill
( '11111,1111111. in and Placing Hules, iiin
nlng fi'oin IKSI to 1 u 1 n. and Nalloiiul
I. iague HnndhookM from 1 s 'j ! to
did guides, miilllliiK score IioiiIih,
scrap books nud teeord books swell
II illeitlnu Then, Is an Atlantb.'
S---le llnok, IM'iO, luoklng like a lat
ledger, the ruled pages filled with
fiuliil biowulsh Ink enli lis of
giines won mid si on s and mimes
of playeis. There nto file l-mos
filled with "Chadwlrk's clippings"
some of them dated 1 S s I'.'J, D"0
Mii. 1900 1907 There It a Hub
pile of i Id si .ison piii-tci. and tlu-ie
an- J i t i It .-. note be Uis and ;n:. --d til
b-ioks of everv dmirlptlon
Manhattan and Earl Soiselie Shirts in this
& Wilson $3.95
We will offer in tliH sale a spe
cial assortment of these famous
shirts in patterns to j tut the most
critical and the price insures a
Ever wear Silk Hose 75 Cents
A Pure Silk Hose for Men of wonderful wearing
qualities, reinforced heel and toe
lloxis Momlau .Xiilit
in II ,s7 Titttiu Show
Pals) I, uilii.
This Is Palsy ilnv In forni'-rlv
known us iiiiok Appli guii . n hii
mills .) it.i in) itiie or MuskoK")' In'
a Hi ; miiiil in, nt in . i Tulfi Mi'ii-i
dn) night Hoth tin ti- i-oysiite ritih.
ir pioioNttig oiiogsti'irt and an kit
ten nt In bout In en pi i ti-.l. ,
FANCY DIVING AT CITY PARK
All nf lliihlilng lleiiiiiuoli'.tliil li
Spiiiigler lit tliii-ll.
In the limning im et al Owen
park 1'iidiy i-vinliig iltunl Hp.inglir
iltilijtintUliltnl the Htl uf bobhlng by
diving fiuiii the high lower with ti ih
hands nnd feet II' 'I and gelling out
unamlsled. Thn lug-of-war wan won
by Hui-iii, Kiullli and 'lliiisli. bobbing
for milk was w n by Paul Puisli,
Wiiltni- did seiiuid, It. Smith third.
The priigriiiu was fliiltihml by a fanny
diving cnhlhllhui by A. L. I 'ox, lllitnt
MpaiiMli r -li'il Hhelby Mnir.
Ilesults of ineeii.
Juiilnr So yulil back stroll C. D,
Swem, first, tiny Hi l.i-iiilltie, second.
Siciiudaiy ItO-yaid bri-atil sttoke -lid
IjiiU, flist, Al Mi-nei ke, si ennd
Kenlor liiil.)anl swltn II. II,
WiIkIiI, fnxt, J. Delinai, s-i-ind, I,. I
Liu k. Illll.l
j lulls .i'ijuiii .nil siii-ne iiiniie-,
I I'liX. fltit. I.lli.lll- (III .11111, H' ('(III. I,
I Li ll i M K- 1 1- i tin .1
A if real offcrinjr of fine silk
sliirln in a variety of patlonm.
'ui'i' Silk I
and J?ilk I'.roadtlotli, a ureal
assortment to select from, tlio
Ik'-1 value.M olitainahlo.
These soft Noisettes with the now
low attached collar have tho ap
pearance of silk- the colors are
tan and gray. A great value al
The Home of If art S
A DEAL FOR PHILLIES
Ti'Vis I'll .Mllllnuiilni and a Ijihjit
tMS-Mllg III Hit) tJllllklT
l ow ll Natliiiints.
I'l l "I'-H I mill I'u , Aug. H
wn- s'.it-d In ii this aflernoon that
i'Ii ii I- i I . Wolf", who made n mil
i:--tt In To.M oil. and Jos. II. Mul' h,
in itti'tin-v, inn pent Lit line Willi of -fl-
in n it the Philadelphia National
letiRiin bnHcbnll club fnr nn oplli'i,
with a vii of pun hnnlnff (ha tub.
Wolfe, when i filled on tho tele
phone, i unflrliieil thn irport mul
Infm med the Inlernnlloniil News
Scrlio thai n New York firm wrji
linnilllnit the ileal
Wolfe Is S llietlllKT of n Urge
brnl.i tngn firm In "l.lllle Wall
Street In re nnd Itelch Is his bind
lii-HS pniltiel. Hi h li. II Is salil, mil
l otiiui.inil ii i niislilcrable nnioiint cf
Wolfe, who Is ptolllolltig the lie" I,
ns mil al first rc.'iigiiir.eil by two
newspaper men who reeelvrd the Up.
Litter II ilrveloiieil Hist "Mr,
Wolfe" win none nlhiti than
"Chnrli-v" Wolfe, for ten yearn re
porter at polli e licsilrpint tei s for ll
city press tissoilntlnu. Wolfe dull-
bled In nil mul made n enusldei aire
fnt Inn., on a shoesltlng iilintit (wo
eiit iign. Then he plunged heavily
and made mum v Iniml over list lie
Inter was Identified with a small
oinpnn) wbl. h iiilelily developi .1
Inlo a big thing. Judge Sal. Until uf
I'hli ago got In cully In thn mitui
Famed (ieortjia Tech
Star Ih Suet! by Girl
ATLANTA. Ila., Aug. r, -- Jon
riUMiti, famous former football
Ida vi r nl llenrgiii Tn'h nud now a
iniiiiilioi of tint A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l. Hoiitln'i ii
iissi'i liilliili Ihihi ball club, this nfl
ei iinim was made defeiidant in n su't
for dainiiKi fur iilUiiiutluii of nffeo
tlniirt by H It. Ilollon, an Atlulit't
Ml ocet y eleik.
Ilollon filed thn suit, he Mali,
nfttir he hud found a letter fioin
(iiyon to his wlfo i.'onlalnliiK dainaif
(Iii)on Is a Chippewa Indian,
Willie doci In liolliiiin.
CIIHWdO, Aug 11 Chnrlev
White, Chicago llnlitwelghl, left
hem lodav for New Ymk. lie will
meet Johnny Dundee In a 10-iotitul
hnii! nl Ni w Vork Wednesday night
Sale ot Fine
With hundreds of shirts from the best
makers Manhattan, Earl & Wilson and
other popular ones. These shirts are the
makers' regular stock and includes our
entire stock. Our policy is to clean out
our shirt stock regardless of cost. The
values you will find hero will surprise
and please you.
Silk Shirts $5.45 Silk
.a .Ii'i-z, Silk Cropo
We just received a shipment of fiO dozen fancy
Madras Shirts from Wilson l!ros., which wo
will include in tlii.s sale as a very special offer
ing. The host of patterns and colors at
Ever wear Lisle Thread 35 Cents
One of tho best Lisle thread Hose made, a complete
range of colors
35 Cents; 3 for $1.00
chaff nor & Marx Clothes
ALBA AND WALSH
CLASH AUG. 16
Kansas Cityan Who lloxes
Here .lust Whipped
Hy II. A. imiUflllWAThi:
Tulsa boxing fans will have a good
chiiticii to get a r-al lino on tho
middleweight boxing ilHlslon In thn
next sel so hi hedilled f-u Ciiliveiltluii
hall by thn nil Clt) A. C.
According to utiiiniincetnr nt last
nlRhl by Lou Neuiniiii, tnaii limnkrr
of Hie i lub, he has i liisi-d with Pat
W'SlSll Of Kill. HAS Cllv to I nX Tommy
A II in, of Tulm Iwelvo iiiiiilM to a ilii
elalou heiii mi Tuesday night, Aug
Allm, iitnlsr the wing of Chlelt
lllg'lnll, Inelil fuiinnger, In just get
ting In lb" front, bill It Ih Walsh
Who will bo IIih i oilier of nil eyes,
Tim Kansas Cltynn on Friday night
of Inst week knocked out Hilly
Klesh of Cincinnati, Ohio, In tho
seventh found of a si hedilled 10
1 1 - ii it il liniil at Cliicliinutl This plitn
Walsh right up among thn top-
,tl, tla r,, i. irinui. i.,. i.i .. i,., I
(eonsldeted Ohio's best bet Klrsll
bud Iwbo met Hiyau Downey ot
Columbus, tho m w mliltllewelglit
tllleholdef, by Irt in, of his vUtory
over Johnny Wilson, and on each
ocinslon Klesh hntidlly heltl his own.
YWnlsh Is under Hie luiinngeinnnt
of Juy .1. Thoinus. the Kansas City
manager, who also l-i handling
MiiKhle Walker, who buttled Harry
I nicy to a sensallonal draw hern a
couple of weeks ngo Walker will
iiicoiiipnnv Walsh lo Tulsa nud help
him toiinii Into pet feet condition or
his bout with Alba.
I'lvi'iyhody who saw I ho Walker
I'oley bout at Mid -ConMnent pnrk
hern dm lined t was tho greatest
flsllc I'xhlblllnn ever presenletl fur fl
Tulsa mi. Hen. -e , and New man Is
planning In have ihu two llghl
w eights hnii) In a i etui u i-iigiigoiiiunt
nil Uihor day.
.IiiiIko (Juntos Lincoln,
tfp-tt l.i Tim Wnrlil.
II N 1 1), Aug ll - When Judge Hob
herls gave l.ls deeUloti which was to
lose pi-r'iiarently a g.-irugu In whirl)
lliiuor w.iN given away nnd sold nl
inrloiiH lltiirs, he fiioled tho old fay
ing of Abrithnin Lincoln, "You ran
fool dome of thu pcoplu all of tho
This lot cnntaiim our best Silk
Pongee Shirts with attached
mul detached collars, a fine
grade, of Pongee that is well
worth the price asked In this
Earl & Wilson Fancij
We think this is tho greatest shirt
value wo ever offered. Soft button-down
collar of fancy check
Soisette to ejear at