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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, SKPTKMHFK 0, 1021
8 RUNS IN NINTH
Demp&eu Man Heferee
Kilbane-F rus It Halilc
Kiiiff of Swats AVtf.s
One More Homer
To Equal WW Mark
rim un. i. nil . sept.
Hahc Ittilli, Vntikiv "Miir (if
smiiI," run Ills home run intitl
In ."ill fur tin- mhimiii. In tin'
fiinilli ImiiiiIiik lu ilmvr line nf
Itnllllln II s rnrM-N mil nl the Int.
'Hu rt1 vtns no nne on base.
Halm niiu lui'tN nun iiiori
limner Ki Hi- his Ili'Jii muni
of M. Hit Ims 'Jil niiiif rutin's l
lil.n Oils m'iisiiii. Ilo iiiniUi his
fill -tliltil litiini' tun l.i-l jriir
against llilllltlll'll'.s lllll'lllllK ll
I'lilluililphla 'iti'iiilHT S7.
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li Mil''' . h nW'Uh i'ii'itiii'1 -ti
pugilist toil, I) Was asked tV j'tn
mote's Sain ivutsoh and Tomno M - 1
(llntv I" if t ,is ti'fi ri'f of Ihi' fitli ,
i t f IK Ii t i'tiJtiiipl"tiflhti ront'Vt hiti' i
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ntntrrK. inilil Hnlls'v ttir piililp'
I i I'll un Ihi' rnntrntmitlt mill iiy rf. I
f.irt ill bn mndv to Indun' Jur' to
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I HallHii bih.ill frannlildd h bpin
nold tn Ikf HitbnloKfcy uf .MlinTali
U'flln for tir.O. onii mu ihr ni'W I
Brave Lose First Game
in Ninth, Win Second;
You Are Goin to
Write a Letter
to - Your Mother
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bar. stolen I.bpp - Iiiuhtrt. Twomblr.
I'mihla play Kopf to Itaubcrt, tlnam
t. W inito. Haa nn halla if f rtOflonil I,
off t'h-ias I. struck out 1 1 v t'hi'Vln
by iiom.hua J. Uinta Imuhart I, ilol
lorhir, Trr). Ktllchcr 3, iltrbtr. No
ouniT will lk rharte of the club
within 0 day It thr riml Ii coin-I
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, "' I i 'M-ri'i'ino anil thft Imala won.
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(hf"rp pitched in fine Inrni, th
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t hlta OrltniP, Krllehcr. liar-
TO THE PUBLIC
Inferring to publlnhfil rtatrmenttt that
th Tulwi Itotnrv i lnb linn taken ariion
'lth"r fur or MHUlnst In tho ninttrr of
water, now iindt'r illn iiHlnn In thla rlty.
Thp bnnnl of ilin-i'tnra nf tho Tulwl
Hotary rltib ilriilrp to Inform tin- publlo
Hint thin rlub baa ni'NCt I ikrn any aitlon
nn tills inultvr im a i tub. lllier (or or
'hll It In iirrmiwiablp that pcrtional
vlettH on t'lvle imitterM h prMionted to
thn rlub .'is m:ittr nf Information for
tint iltu'lnlnn of lnillvldtial mi'mhr-ra of
the club. It l nut tho province of thu
TuIki Jtotary club, ua a club, to net.
This Ftntrinont Is mailt' fo that nil
cnncorncil may know thai the Tulan Uo
tnry club ban not anil iIocb not expect to
iIitMc, un it club, this matter, as It lu
ili'i'meil best to leave nurti (leelalnn to In
dividual iiiomlifm, who Hie tiyh lreo to
roach their own conclusion.
Ptich the policy at the Tllla Hntary
club, not only In the mutter referred to,
but In all subjects.
The board of tllrertnrfi of thn club
rcftret that any mlnuiidergtundliiBB have,
arisen nbuilt what wan mild by Mr.
Farmer or Doctor Knnblork. The facta
are that Mr. Farmer wa. nuked to make
n Ktatcmciil without notli e and at tha
reiiicet of certain membera who ilmply
nought lnformntlon. Mr. Farmer stated
the attitud.i of tho water bnaid relative
to tho water situation Following this
talk Doctor lCtmblnrk was recoirnied by
the chair and spoke in support of fholl
creek water. During this dlscusiilon ho
made a statement relative to the illnllty
of Shell crock and Hpavinaw water. .Itint
at this time someone asked him If h"
hail nvor taken an analysis of "that"
water. Doctor Knoblock, thinking tho
question referred to Siavlnaw water,
said "No," but as ho had been talking
In crcat part about Shell creek, sotn
members thotlcbt he refemd to Shell
creek water This mtsunilerstandlnu has
led to published statements that ate. ro
Kretable and should be corrected In Ihe
minds of the peoplo und thu members,
licnco this ht.itemcnt.
ROTARY CLUB OF TULSA
Board of Directors.
(I'ald Advertisement )
STYLE is simply individuality,
tempered with good taste. The
new Thoroughbred and Worth Hats
possess to an unusual degree that cr
soixality which is so essential in a hat.
The dealer who displays the Worth
or Thoroughbred sign is a good man
to do business with. He knows hats
and hat values, and will be glad to
lend you every assistance in selecting
your new Fall hat.
There is a Thoroughbred or Worth
dealer in your town.
one Crtoov- xocoa3j'Xj3
Ilitiand Worth I lata
rc not told in your
locality, isle us aliotrt
our unusual dealer
Xmr, I nin't saiiin' I tlnn't At morirs.
Hut its a rule I Ac 'cm tcith Dunn I'airhuiiks
Or Charlie ('lutiHii hut this inittlier stuff
With everiihudu luurliu' like u htihn
A7.v A-') fur mine! Most fellas feel that
Hut Cteil sais ami Cecil is airl,
And what she suis, I'll tell the world fair,
She wants to no an' see this, note, "01' Nest."
I sans, "Theu's Charlie Chaplin riijlit uruun'
The earner." Well, we armies, hut she wins.
Well, sai, that movie knocks me for a iool!
Hon, I ain't cried since I been tint months
Hut that nilhi Cecil and I pulls a duel.
O' course, I didn't rr like women docs.
Hut somep'n' sort o' fets me in hi throat,
And what noes down cheeks ain't made
The mother in the pitcher makes me think
O' mu of lady, in tfuincu, Illinois.
Somchnir, the iliinn don't seem to he no
When I see Doun jam pin' across a table.
Or when Hill Hart with two (tuns in his
Holds up a mob, I'm here to sun I like it,
Hut all the time I'm wise that it's a movie.
Hut this thinn, somehow, wits so tlojionc
Workin' like blazes, that was Ma all over:
Savin' her pennies so us kids could spend
I never knew just what she (jot oat o' life
Wnshin' an' eleanin', cookin' an' sarin' flf-'
She Inn din ever seen a movie, even
An that's the way Ihe mother's in the
We noes tm t side, and Cecil asts me how v
felt ami wasn't the pitcher wonderful,
"I'll tell pan how I feel," I says, "the way
Most fellas feel about the way they treat
Their mothers lousy. That's the on'y word.
I'm yo'n' to write to Ma soon as I yet home
haven't wrote to her for seven months."
Anil Cecil puts her little hand in mine
And says "Thais fine. Hut, Johnny, don't
say 'lousy.' "
Well, Sud'tly niyhl, I yoes to call on Cecil.
She's all dressed up and prettier 'n ever.
"Well, where'll we yo?" she says. "I feci
"Let's take a walk," I says, "on Riverside."
"(!o on," she says "you can't kid me, ol' kid;
You prob'ly yot some tickets fer a shoio."
"Listen, I says, "rm tellin you I in busted.
Come on and
"( ecu, I says,
We seen the
"'The Ol' iXcst'? Sure, but what's that ynt
I says, "I yot to thinkin' that thiny over
An' when I'm paid today, I send the ol' lady
Just twenty bucks,"
So toniyht we. walk!
' 1 ou can I kid me not on a
tell nte what's the show and
"you know the movie, show
other niyht that made an
In presenting "The Old Nest," the Rupert Hughes photoplay at the Majestic theater next
week, the management makes this promise that never before and possibly never again, at
least for many, many months, will there be enacted in the silent drama, a story so bitter and
sweet, so sad and glad, and so full of the things of life that make of us belter fathers and
mothers, and sous and daughters.
Never before has the screen touched with such beauty and dramatic force, a subject which
finds an echo in the lives of everyone of us. It is one of the most heart-gripping dramatic
stories ever narrated.
"The Old Nest" is not mclo-drama; it is not tragedy to appall you; it is not comedy to
amuse you; it is not sentimentality to affect you to tears and longing. It is, Life!
Rupert Hughes, the author, has taken down one wall of the American home of today and
you walk in and know the family. It is of the Mother, the Father, the Children the trin
ity of that same plot a hundred million Americans are playing today!
"YOU WILL WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR MOTHER NEXT WEEK!" You, who have
long abided far away from the Old Nest! Your thoughts will turn back to her who minis
tered you with such loving care, whose every moment is filled with longing and every
glance, that of expectancy. Yes, sir, the moment after seeing "The Old Nest," you will
write that long delayed letter. Today, at this very moment there are 27,000,000 Ameri
cans reading in their favorite magazine, the announcement of the release of "The Old
Nest." The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, Munsey's and other publications are carry
ing advertisements of this unusual photoplay and its coming on September 11, to 150
leading theaters in this country including the Majestic in Tulsa.
This is the first time sucli an immense advertising appropriation has been made to exploit
one picture-play. GOLDWYN WANTS THE WORLD TO KNOW THE WONDROUS
INTEREST, THE MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION, THE STELLAR CAST AND DE
LIGHTFUL THEME fiN THIS MIGHTY PHOTO-DRAMATIC PRESENTATION "THE
Without hesitation, the Majestic management pronounces the "The Old Nest," the equal of
any production staged in this theater, and we know there are many who will think it the
greatest screen drama ever made.
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