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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1922
All-Stars Crush Kendall Vets Texas Aqqies Upset Centre
W. & J, Ties Bears
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SAVES KENDALLITES ' MAAfMmTUpRflERSK
FROM WHITE WASHING AT m ca PARK
DRIVING FINISHES r.ni ONR1 S HRLPT.RSS
AGAINST LONE STAR .
FARMERS AT DALLAS
Condition Was I ho ThlnK.
It witu Hiiporlor condition Unit
turiiPil tlio trick for the, All-Hlurn.
This wiih cmplianl.!il by llio fact
that tliu fow KnndallllcH who wiro
hi llio Itcut trim nutnlinnn their
teammates noticeably. I.lttlo Vlr
till JonrH, who had kept In trim by
niaehliiR Hapulpn hlKh, did llio moxt
Npnotacular tackling of anybody on
cither team. (Irovo, alxo In condi
tion utter conchlnc ttm Hhawneo
lirtptlntH, alno tackled hard In ad
dition to frequently carrylm? tho
ball, throwing thn forward m-weii
ami dlreetlm; the team. ltun
HprlnKer. In condition from bin
baNltvtball work, wiih burd to handle.
Keck, frenh from tlitl seimon'i!
TiiIhii i oluvun, purfortned credit
ably. Thn other for thn moiit part
played on idiocr nerve. "Puny"
Mil vlnn ntuclc the Kimio out but
only tdiowed flnnlies of ti In ntd-llmu
form. Tho i:reut jonn xouns '.van
completely fatiKed out beforo tho
flrnt iuarter, but ntrovn mightily
noverlholnsoi. I Art Wallace, wiih
dead on liln fetit tint wouldn t quit.
Cliff Alton did nomo Kootl work at
Thoro wero frequent chancr-a In
tho ICendull lino ua fresh mop took
tho pluccM of tho weary,
Thn Hun un:
All-HtnrH (35) Von,
Spectacular Forward Pass, Grove lo Dewccsc, Across
Field Gives Veterans Lone Touchdown Stars Reg
ister Five, Score Being 35 to 7 Youth and Condition
Too Much for Orange and Black Old-Timers.
nr n. a, nmiH;i;ATi:it.
Father Time, the inexorable, reached out with his jrjil
terintr. aevthe and merrilcHaly cut down another champion.
The mighty gririirm combination that won undying fame
for Kendall college on the white-barred fields before the
war ropulHed the attacks of many a powerful foe in itn day
hut it couldn't withstand the ravages of the years. Ami
the once-invincible Orange anil Black machine went down in
hopeless defeat yesterday afternoon at McNulty park before
the crushing onslaughts of the rugged, youthful, well-conditioned
Oklahoma All-Star eleven assembled by Harold Mc
Mahon. The score was 155 lo 7.
History ItopealH lrlf. LBn'ii veteran had flowed. HlrauM.
It wan thn flrat tlmo In hlnlorya 2 1 r,-pnutnlcr and currylnic cmmld-
thnt tho marvelous team built about ernliln extra welKht. took tho ball
Ivan fJrovo lobn YounK. VlrKll nni1 'Inahi'd, nerofw the field for a
Han flroNo .101111 loutm. mtku m nr(Um, rl((lt ,, ,, HirlllK(.,.,
Jones and others ever tasted defeat. ,,urntM ,, n,.atiio of "Ante-
Hut tho rnverso was In no way an lope," tried to head him off but
upset ChatnplotiH ran t live, on for-iHtrnuim ran cleanly iirouiiii lien.
ever, and always It will Do the, same
youth aurKlni; up anil on over tho
boillen of thnso who would stay
thrm. pupils bentlwr. their teachers.
Tho weather wiih bleat for foot
ball except for ri rather brisk wind.
It was oolV In tho mnrnliiK but
warmed up boforo pirao time. A
crowd of about 2,000 turned out, but
hud lltllo chance to display any en
thusiasm ns tho Alt-Ktars had thlnKs
their own way and thero wero fow
moments when Kendall cheering
was In order.
Kendall's veterans foiiRht well and
namely, but the odds aealnst thorn
wero too overwhelming. Thn hard
nud heavy AU-Htur line opened
IMPlng holes In Kendall's line.
thrnURh which the lashlnc "Dutch"
31111. all-Mlssourl Volloy halfback:
thn almost eoually difficult Webb
Itay. tho shifty "Hullot" Ilrbin, wily
Itrenncman of Tulm hlRh and the
llimberlni: "Dutch" Slrnurs crashed
almost nt will, "lllfc Hill" MrKIn
ley, tho massive Oral. Kllnehiim of
Carllnln and Htrauss born Into tho
Kendall lino with thn shock of a
frelRht train, flame thoimh they
wero, football warriors who hail
been Idlo for years couldn't with
stand the Impact, . and tlmo after
tlmo tho dofonse crumpled,
KuiM'rptay Saves Veterans.
Only n siiperplny, a spoctacular
feat by Ivan Orove and Art Do
weeso, saved tho Kendall veterans
from a whltowaslilnc. It eamo In
the second period Just before the
whlstlo blew and after tho All-Stars
already had lenlstered n pair of
touchdowns. Kendall had tho bull
In mldflcld. On n forward pass for
mation Doweesn who had replaced
Keck raced around tho Stars' rlelit
end as Allen snapped the ball to'
Orovo. While his nldo was dashing
down tho field toward tho' goal Hue
UroVo held tho ball. shlftltiR
continually to avoid a" pair of tack
lers. Then suddenly ho shot It
swift and fur across the field, diago
nally. Deweese, still runnlnK at full
speed, came under tho ball but had
no tlmo to urn around. Instead he
hunt far bock and clutched tho ball
ns It eamo down, still facing toward
thn goal lino and with his back to
drove. Btlll a yard or two from tho
line, Deweeso was' knocked sprnwl
um thn flylnir form of Jap Haskell
struck hlni, but llnskell didn't got
bold of him. nnd Dowoese Htuggered
item thn line. Orovo kicked coal.
This was undoubtedly nno of thn
most sncctacular plnyH ever neon
nn n Tulun irrldlron. Doweeao'a feat
In catching tho bnlt In the peculiar
position ho was In at tlio tlmo np
almost mlraculoliH. It Vlv
Idly recalled somo of tho almost Im
possible plays tho old Kendall team
used to null.
Kendall's Only Shun Inc.
Dewoiiso grabbed tho pass in a
corner of tho field nnd It waH not
until tho All-Stars lined up under
tho crossbar and Orovo prepared to
l.lck tho goal that everybody real
ised tho play had been completed
and Kendall gcorcd-a touchdown.
At no other tlmo did Kendall enmn
nlrwo to scoring Nearly all tho
tlnin thn veterans wero on thn defen
sive, with their younc nnd fresh op
ponents vigorously und effectively
tearing Into them. Kven when
Kendall did have- the ball they wero
unablo to jnako progress. Their ef
forts at lno-nuishlng wero entirely
fruitless, and tho work of the fleot
All-Star ends and backs broko up
most of Orovo's passes.
A Heal All-Hliir Trnm.
Tho team gathered by McMahon
proved a real aggregation of All
Blurs. Every man did valuoblo
work. Tho four veterans of Okla
homa university's varsity oloven of
this s'iison "Dutch" 11111. "Jap"
Haskell. "I.lttlo Tubby" Tyler and
"Ills Hill" McKlnley all performed
notably, Haskell and Tyler princi
pally on defense, 11111 on offonso and
MnKlnley on both. Hill's broken
field running was superb, Hn hit
the line liko a ton of brick nnd his
sturdy legs enabled him lo twist
und turn, shako off many tacklers,
und continue for yards after being
Webb Itay of thn Aggies was al
most aa effective carrying tho ball
ns Hill. Tho pair of them ve.ro tho
principal ground gulnnrs. their
rushes repeatedly putting tho ball
rtoso to tho line. Hrlun'a punting
nt times was spectacular. lltenno
inn 11, who played end on Illinois U
and who now coaches Tulsa high,
capably directed the All-Stars and
got In somo good broken field work
himself. Ho nlwnys was ublo to
make short gains, no Ies than three
times carrying tho ball over on the
The All-Star lino was strong from
tackle to tackle. Gray of Montnna
nnd Kllnrhum of Carlisle, the two
tackles, did stellar work. McKlnley
nnd Htruuss wero towers of strength
nt the gunrd positions, and "Dutch"
Jlrower held his own nt center.
Ktruuss. who wus nn all-stata full-
buck when ho played nt Phillips
IirnesL Wild Bill
Marblchcad Win, but
Are Hard Tressed
Morblohead ami Krnest Wild Hill
won hard fought victories In thu
two reiitnro moos on yesterday's
greyhound speed program at Mid
Mnrblnlirad's hiicviwh III thn three,
sixteenths sprint eamo after a pretty
contest with Hunbtirn. Tho victor
pushed his limid In front of thn fleet
Hunbiirn on tho stretch turn, and
oiitgnmed him In a driving finish
to win by half a length. Tho Tiger
was 11 cliiso hlrd and Kiowa, Kll
laruey l.n.l and llllly Hay finished
out of the money.
Krnest Wild Hill's return to form
eamo In tho last raco of tlio day,
a flvn-slxtenntliM affair. Krnest took
thn lead at tho first eight post and
Hitting Hull was second. They
rushed llio rest of tho routn In the
sumo position, with Krnest barely
lasting to win by a head. Highball,
lying Clara and Hawbuck, thu
itlUT dugs In the race, till were
oso up, thu wholo flold being
bunched the eiitlro route. As a
hole, It was onn of tho prettiest
raci;s of tho meeting.
Tho holiday program alio saw Ho
ong Dick, 11 favorlto at other mcct-
ngs, return to his winning strldn.
In copped In thn fifth race, leading
Ilosy Star by three lengths- Long
(loodlo won by n baro neck In the
pentng clash from Meddlesomo
oy. Friendly Fox, long a familiar
also ran" who bus been Improv-
ng lately, finally brokn into the
win" column, copping In tho sec
ud. Peerless Hare won his second
tralght ruuo by taking tho third
Well-balanced fields nro offered
11 today s program 01 six races,
Throo events will bo nt thrco-slx-
tecnths, two at n quarter mllo and
tie. tho feature tit tho day, five-six-
teenths, lu tho dlstnbco contest
Duffv'M Malt. Wildest Dillon. Hnnd-
hoiiki Hay. Naomi, K'lr Chanco nnd
Mammy Halan will bo tho con-
and Texas Aggie Victory Over "Bo" McMillan and His
Aides One of the Biggest Surprises of the Season
Score Is 22 to 14 Longhorns Take Lead in First
Three Minutes and Keep It Throughout. v
Tvler I,IJ Keck
Kllnchum l.T Hlevlns
McKlnley 1.(1 HtorrlecJ-
Ilrower l; Allen
Htrnuss 11(1 Austin
(Iray UT Wnllaco
Haskell Hll Jones
Itienneman U (Irovo.
mil j. 11 ni inner
llrlan Hll , Miller
Hay 1'' ' young
All-Stars substitutes - Hatuman
for Hay, Hay for Huteman. Kendall
substitutes Holmes for Austin. Do
weeso for Keck. Hall for Miller,
Karl Orovo for Young. Hundley for
Dnweeso, Keck for Hall, Dad Young
for Holmes, .mini Young for J land
toy, Austin for Young, Holmes for
Htorrler, Mlllor for Young.
All-mars scoring ToucmlownB,
llrennomaii 3. Hnv. Htrauss: goats
after touchdown. Hrlan G. Kendall
scoring Touchdown, Duweese! goal
after touchdown, Orovo.
llofcrce, Hchmldt (Nebraska,)
Alumni Win by Point
' Oner Tulsa High Squad
On a fast court tho Tulsa Hlgl
Alumni quintet, composed of past
letter men of the crimson and
Cream, barely mnlingud to defeat
thn Tulsa high cngers on tho high
scnoot court Monday night 24 to
Kndurnnco spelled defent for tho
Tulsa high .CHscrs ns they led by
inrgo vcoro at mo enu or 1110 nroi
halt, Thn ru-iu" eamo back lu th
fecund halt Vnd with only p. vury
I'm- minuted left to ulav. ilinwufioi
renter, shot a field goal which put
inc liraiiuiiies 0110 point ahead
(Julnii nnd Wlcnlckl, forwards for
tho latter, mado tho Freshmen toam
at Washington university in Ht
I.oiiIm this year. Shields of Tulia
high school riforonl.
Wlenlokl V. . .
Hrnwnflold . .
Vernon , O. . ,
. . . . Icdtord
Field goals; Alumni Qulnn.
Hruivnflold, .1i Vornon, 2; Wlcnlckl
4: Whltefleld 1. Tulsn High Ho
ling, 3; Cook 3; Keith 3.
Free throws: Alumni Qulnn.
Whltefleld, 1. Tulsa High
' hkiiln Cluimploii Wilis,
NKWHUHOII. N. Y. Jan. 2. Jon
Moore, intrnattnnal amateur spoed
skating champion, won now laurels
today by capturing three, first am
two second placed in tho annual mid
din Atlantic len skating outdoor
I rhamplonshlps. MIk.h Klsla Mullcr,
women national cnampion. won th
half mllo raco for women, but cam
In behind tho winner, (Ilndys Hobln
son of Toronto, hi tho UO-yrd
cnatnpiunsnip rnr women.
4Bo' McMiilin and
Miss Miers Wed
At Fort Worth
frequently was pulled ck out of
ills nno 10 ri
hurd to stop,
One nlay in which Htrauss took
tlio leudlng rolo showed how Kon-
JEFF SMITH ON
SCENE READY TO
DAI.I.AH, Texas, Jan. S.-'-Ono of 1 lost many men' from tho game
thn biggest upsets of tho football through Injuries, whllo Ccntro suf
season occurred hero today when j fcred llttlo In this respect.
Centrn college, conqueror of Har-I When A. & M. registered Its safety
vard and rated as tho champion of In tho opening minutes of play Cen
the south, went down bnforo Texas trn was thrown on tho defcnslvo for
A. & M. college, tho battling rcpre- tho first tlmo during the season. It I
sentallvcs of tho southwestern con- was tho first tlmo tho Colonels had
ference. Thn score was 22 to 14 been scored on since prior to their
nnd truly reflects tho closeness and gamo with Harvard,
fierceness of tho contest. Carry Vinn.rK off.
::L :: ? , Approximately 12.000 persons
of Ceivtro was downed beninu his
Dog Race Results
own i:oal lino by Wilson of tho Ag
gles, thus counting n safety, the
Texans generally predicted to lose
by at least 20 points, battled every
mlnuto of thn four strenuous pe
riods and nt limes displayed 11 drlvo
and determination that literally
swept tho Colonels off their feet.
They presented a defense that w is
well night Impregnable, whlln on
thn the offenso they uncovered a
series of tricky nnd versatile at-
tackH that put tho Ccntro men com
pletely ut sea. liven seasoneu puiy
ers like "Ho" M0MIIII11 nnd "lied"
KobcrtH wero at times mystified ny
tho Agglo offenso. This was espe
cially notnblo In view of A. & M.'s
generally heralded uggrcsslvo weak
Tenuis Win In Third.
Knterlng tho third period with
tho scorn still 2 to 0 against them
nfter they had been twlco halted In
tho shadow of tho Texans" goal posts
In tho second period, thn Colonels
favored by an Agglo fumblo on
which Tanner recovered, combined
with P. linn buck by Hnoddy, nfored
their first touchdown. Hoberts
kicked goal. It thon looked gloomy
for A. & M.. nH.thoIr backs had thus
far been unablo to mako much
progress against their heavier op
ponents: but shortly utter tho kick
off, Miller made an unexpected pass
1.-. ni,. i. ulu, i,-.f.--,l 30 Viiidri to .1
touchdown. 'McMlllln. substituting
for Morris, kicked goal, making the
scorn D to 7 In favor of thn Texans.
From then on A. & M. held tho ad
vantage, turning back tho Colonols
In overy stylo of play they resorted
to while on tho offenso they con
tinued to hnmmor away at tho sur
prised Kentucklans. In tho third
period with tho ball on Centre'B 30
yard line. Wilson circled, right end
for another Aggie touchdown and
McMlllln nca n k ckccl goal. inc
watched tho-game. When tho ref.
erco sounded tho last whistle, en
thusiastic admirers rushed onto thn
field nnd carried-tho Agglo playors
away on their shoulders. The Cen
trn tilavers inarched off tho field en
'inasnn with llttlo attention from tho
I spectators. They presented a rather
jjttded und dejected appearance. Bvl.
idently It whs an Inglorious climax to
their brilliant association uuring
which they met nnd defeated tennis
from various parts of tho Country.
Tho weather was good so far oh
temperature went, bum strong wind
mndo forward passes and punts dif
ficult to handle.
Thn lineup and nummary
McMlllln for Morria.
First race, nurso S2G. throo-slx-
eonths mllo Long (loodlo. first;
Meddlcsomo Hoy, second! Domino,
third. Tlmo 20 2-6 seconds. Mils-
allongee, Long Hoy ana Fade Away
Olrl also ran.
Hcrniul 1 nro. nurso S2&. one-nuar- rinni ntrlml wltneKsed the last Texas
ter mllo Friendly Fox, first! King Ucnro when McMlllln after nelng
Hunt, nccondt Nig Pnrton. third, tiirkle.i belilnd tho line. mada
Tlmo 27 3-5 seconds. Tho Ilosary, blind noss. Winn Intercepted for
Hcoro by periods
A. & M 2
Touchdowns: A. & M. Wilson,
Kvans, Winn, Centre Hnoddy (2).
CSoals from touchdowns: A. & St.
McMlllln (2). Contrc noberts 2).
Officials Qulgley (Kansas) ref
eree! Maxwell (Sivarthmore) um
pire; Hproul (Kansas) head lines
man. Tlmo of periods, 15 minutes.
Works Before Big Crowd;
Boxers to Conclude
niiiuii, luieriiuiiiinuiiy kiiii
middleweight championship qbn
louder, who Is to vncet Kid I'aimor
f Tulsa In ti 15-round bout at Con
vention halt Wednesday night,
reached Tulsa yesterday with his
manager, Al Llppe, nnd announced
himself In readiness for tho fray.
Despite that tired feeling natur
ally attending the long railway trip
from New York, Hmlth consented
to work out with tho gloves yester
day afternoon rather than disap
point the largo crowd of fans gath
ered nt the Tulsa A. C. gym to see
him. Ho boxed a couplo of vigorous
rounds with Sailor Glenn Cllckner,
light heavyweight, nnd those who
saw him In nctlon wero convinced
that Klil" Palmer Indeed Is up agslnst
tho stlffest opposition of his ca
reer. Palmer also donned tho gloves,
taking on Warnlo Hmlth, who Is to
meet Owen Castlcberry In tho 10
round seml-wlndup. Tho Kid looked
Palmer and Jeff Smllh will con
cludo their preparations for Wed
nesday's contest with light training
today nt the T. A. C. gym, Hmlth
working first at 2 o'clock. Castle
berry, tho fireman wolter. who has
been doing his condition at tho fire
station gym, may also appear.
Mickey Farrls of Bprlngffield, Mo.,
who meets Jack Hurley of Tulsa in
tho 10-round opener. Is expected In
this morning. '
Llppe. Jeff Smith's pilot, who Is
veteran and wen known manager
eXst vs. west fra y
IS DEADLOCK; 0 TO 0;
40,000 WITNESS GAME
Battle Fought on Wet, Slippery Field Strength of tfc'
Presidents Surprises California, Coast Champion
Being Unable to Gain With Off-Tackle Attacks and
Famous Forward Possjng Offensive.
7 7 H
HnnHdvlof boxers, evinced great Interest In
HUH Armstrong (c) , Warnlo Smith and was much lm
1,'D Hartlett I Pressed with the Hartlesvlllo youth's
appcarnnco againsi rairacr in wiv
"Ho has tho stylo I like." said
1,1 p pc. . "He's shifty, hard to hit.
If ho packs tho wallop they say ho
doeslio's a mighty dangerous lad.
l'vo heard qulto u bit about him
the last month or so and wanted to
seo him work. I hope" his opponent
Wednesday night will bo good
enough lo make him extend him
self." I.lppo says Jeff Hmlth will weigh
about 1G0, the mlddlowrtght limit,
when ho onters tho ring against
Palmer. Smith looked about four
or five pounds heavier than rainier,
and will outweigh him at least that
Oknna and Old Hosebud also ran.
Third race, purso 140, throo. six
teenths mile Peerless Hare, first;
Oscarl Cannon, second! Huth Flirt,
third. Tlmo so t-i scconus, or,
Hntan, Dr. Haro and King Cotton
Fourlh raco, purso 140, thrco-slx-
teenths mllo Mnrblohrad. first,
Sunburn, second! Tha Tlaar, third.
Tlmo 1!) 2-5 soconds. Klawo, Kll-
larney Uul and Hilly Hay also ran.
Fifth race, purso 4U, ono-quarier
Mllo Ho Long Dick, first; Hosy
Htar, second; ' Over The Hhlno,
third. Tlmo 27 2-5 seconds. Credit
Hill, lied Hed Jloso and Heakers
I.ady also ran.
Hixth rnce, purso J&o. uve-six-
teenths mile Karnest Wild Hill,
first; Hitting Hull, second; High Hall,
third. Time 33 s-R seconus. riy
Ing Clara and Hawbuck, alio ran.
First rnce. purso 125; throo-slx-
teenths mile. Huby Martini. Lady
Malinger, HnmbUng Don, Melons
Fortune, Crazy t'urton, mack jiosb.
Hecund race, purso 140! ono-quar-ter
mllo. Flirty Hoy. Playfellow,
Sandstorm. Lord Holpum, Hluo
Dirk, llandtomo Huck.
Third race,- purso 140: threo-slx.
teenths mile. Honeysuckle, Ready
Applause, Wild Dillon, lllack Jack,
Flirty Hoy, Hnlnhow Cnnnon.
Fourth race, purse 4U. Iive-stx
Chance. Sammy Satan
Fifth race, purso 140; one-quarter
mllo. Dutch Bergman, Oak
land Hannah, Moonshluo W. Hill,
Collars, Warlock Second, Hehavo
Hlxth raee, purso 140; three-six-teenths
mllo, Lillian Pnrton, Lord
Cannon, Kulsun. Night Illdcr, Hetty
A. & M. and raced 40 yards acrow
tho Ccntro goal. Tho try at goal
Colonels Din Hani.
The Colonels exhibited their last
flicker of offenslvo strength In the
eloslncr minutes of nlav when a ncnt
dotibla forward pass. Mcminn iu
Cnvlnntnii In HnoddV. followed by
Hoberts' goal kick, brought their
scoro up to 1 1.
Tho Colonels died fighting they
intiKt hn irlven credit for that. Tho
end of thn irnmn saw them battling
desperntely though h o 1 plosBly
against tho stonownu Aggio ueicnnu,
Forward pass after forward pass
was frustrated whlln those that wero
successful availed themjlttlo gain.
Lino plunges and end runs wero al
most equally anortivo.
Hod Hoberts. all-American end, and
"Ho" McMlllln. famous quarter,
playing hla last grfmo nndor tho
eyes of his brldn of a few hours,
wero targets' for the Agglo defense
throughout and gnvo only a inedl
ocro performance on tho occasion,
when McMlllln failed to gain srt
Inclicn necessary for a touchdown
through tho lino, Hnoddy, Covins'
ton and Oordy wero the Colonels'
Ccntro on Defensive.
For A. & M. Wilson nt left end
must bd regarded as tho Agglcs'
chief hero. Ho figured In two of
A. & M.'m scores. Ho wns ably sup
ported by his fellow linemen. San
ders contributed n. largo sharo of A.
i M 'ti offensive until lie was rorccu
Tennis Chumps to May Throngli.
LONDON, Jan. 2. W. T. Tllden.,
holder of . thjj lawn tennis singles
championship, and Max Woosnnm
and It. Lycett, holder of tho doubles
championship, will not tako advan
tage of tho offer of tho commlttco
to holders of nll-Kngland champion
ships, giving them the option of
standing out In 1922 until tho chal
lengo round, or of playing through.
These players have expressed tficlr
willingness to piny tnrougn 1'J--.
PA8KDKNA, Col., Jan. 2. From
out of the cast, tho Washington anil
Jefferson college football team
eamo to Pasadena and held tlio
University of California eleven to u
scoreless tlo on ft muddy, slippery,
f'eld In tho annual Tournnment of
Roses, east vs. west gamo hero to
day. It was the first time tho unde
feated Golden Hears had met their
equal In two seasons, they having
won every game slnco 1919.
Tho gamo was hard fought and
even, although tho muddy field
mado fast foot work and necurate
passing and punting Impossible. The
educated too of Archie Nlabet, the
California fullback, repeatedly kept
the Presidents awny from tho Hear
goal line. . ,
California had a close call In the
first quarter when Hrenkrt dodged
thn Hear tacklers and after a 40-
yard run, planted the ball behind
tho westerners' goal. Tho scoro was
not allowed, however, ns Captain
Russell Stein, tlio Presidents All
Amcrlcan tackle, was off7sldo when
thn play darted.
Hoth teams drove closo to scores
In the last period. Twlco W. & .T.
had tho ball within the Hears' 40.
yard Uno and twlco Stein tried In
vain to scoro on a kick. In tho
same period, on a W. & J. punt
which had slipped, tauiornia nan
tho ball on tho easterners' 22-yard
line. Tho Hears tried a forward
pass but It was fumbled and Brick
son punted to safety.
-Urlck" Mullcr. California's All
Am e r 1 ca n enrhwentlntothegame
Joo Lynch Knocks Out Al Walker.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. Joo Lynch,
former bantamweight champion,
knocked out Al Walker, San Fran
cisco, In the first round or their
fight hero this afternoon. A terrific
right-handed blow to the chin
floored Wdlkcr after one minute and
22 seconds of fighting. Walker
weighed 122 pounds an dLynch 111.
after it started, but he was unabl
to get away with any of his tame!
forward passes. In his first attempt
at nn end run, flvo W. & J. tacklera
Until today's gamo tho Heart
have had little trouble this seai0n
In' piercing their opponents' lino.
and when they ran Into tlio stron'p
v . k g, ucinmc nicy wero Daillti
In the first half they made flrrt
downs twlco hut failed to mako any
In thcsccond half. Tho President)
mado first down six times
No rain foil during thu game, al
though the skies threatened. a
proximately 40,000 pcoplo wen
The lineup and summary;
California (Olos W. & J (Oi
Herkey I.K Kop(
Barnes UT Konvollnka
Clark LO Nai
Latham (c) C Crook
Cranmerd RO Vine,
McMillan RT Wlnderqul.1
Stephens "! Stein (ci
Erb Qtl ,;
Toomey LI I Erlckton
N'lchols Hll Urcnkcrt
tflsbet KB HoslsU
Scoro by periods:
CaJIfornla 0 0 0 00
W. & J 0 0 0 00
Sutfcjltutes: California Mu11e
for Herkey: Schuur for Clark: Mor.
rlson for Nlsbcf, Dunn fo" Nichols;
Dean for Uarnes.
Hcforee Varnell (Chicago), um.
plre, Thorp (Columbia); field Judiro,
Kckcrsall (Chicago): heal linesman.
Tlmo of periods. 15 minutes each.
Ruth May Not Make
v Spring Training Trip
CHICAGO. Jan. 2. Habe Ruth,
homo run king of the New York
Giants; mHy not accompany hla team
'on tho southern training trip, next
spring, ho said hero today. Ruth
has bocn suspended by Judgo K. M.
Landls, baseball commissioner, until
May 20 for participating In exhibi
tion games after the 1921 world se
ries. Tho Sultan' of Swat opened at a
local theater In a vaudeville act this
"My present vaudeville bookings
expire in tho middle of February,"
Habe said. "Dcfora I am through
thin tour I'll docldo what I will do
In tho spring."
Ruth refused to discuss his sus
pension by Judgo Landls, but as
serted ho might call tho Judge up
during his , stay In Chicago. "I've
known thoijudge a long-time," he
Oil League Bowling
' 'Tnttcrson litecl.
1st 2nd 3rd Ttls.
Lycan 160 184 190 C34
Smith 123 130 150 403
Hughes lit 135 152 419
Wells 14S 17S 154 480
Frey 143 151 166 460
Totals 731 ' 778 812 2328
1st 2nd 3rd Ttls.
Cody 17. 166 206 .115
Young 174 135 139 41!
Walsh 163 172 124 469
Hrown , 128 152 191 471
Bombcck 180 170 199 549
Totals 820 ' 795 857 2174
enThs 'mllo , ,D'uf'f ys hn. AVlidesI j fit. ''S'"?. TKf
lllon, Handsome liny. Naomi. Fair drives ttirouglitliollne.A.& M
O. C. May Land Pair
of K. C. Ball Players
IvANSAS C1TV, Mo, Jan. 2.-If
thclrKappllcatlnnH for reinstatement
are approved by Judgo landls, two
lnellgHdo playors of tho Kansas
City club of tho American associ
ation will go to tho Oklahoma City
team this scanon.
Tho players aro Guy Hoffman,
pitcher, and Clatida Hcrry, catcher.
Tho sale of tho men has practically
been concluded. It wns announcod by
tho lllncs management today.
Hoffman nnd Hcrry wero both on
thu reserve list. Hoffman deserted
thn team to Join the Casper, Wyo
ming club lsst season. II -y quit
bgneball to look after his grain business.
FORT WORTH. Jan. 2. Alvln
Nugent McMlllln, football Mnr of
Ccntro college, Danville, Ky and
MIm Maria Mleis, sweetheart of
his high school d"'s In Fort
Worth', weio married hero this
morning nt All Saints Cnthollo
church. Tho llltln church was
crowded. Among tho guosts wero
practically ull tha Centre play
ers, many of McMtllln's brother
pluyorw on tho North Sldo high
school eleven of 10 years ago, and
athletes from a dozen western
states. Photograpers wero await
ing tho couplo ns they emerged
from thn church. They posed for
each ono before, hurryliig- to tho
McMlllln homo where thy wedding
breakfast was served.
St-out ItuyM Old Selections.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 2 T-Thomas
Turner, former scout of the Phila
delphia athletics and now iiiMtiugor
of tho Portland team In tho puclflo
coast baseball league, announced
today ho had purchased Harvey
Freeman, pitcher, and Charles High
and 1iroy Gressctt, outfielders from
.the local Americans. All threo aro
seluctlona ut Turner s, gleaned from
tho minor leagues whllo ho wus
scouting for tho Athletics. Freeman
Is ii rormer Kaiamazoo norniui
school utayor. High has played In
tho American .association nnd Ores-
sett In tho American, Texas and
A single Iron mlno in the Yang
tze valley o( China can produce
9,000,000 tons of oro a year accord
ing to u Urltlsh expert's estimate.
8:30 P. M.
of Ilayonne, N. .1.
ANDY "klD" .PALMER
15 ROUNDS TO A nKCISlON
A Madison Square Garden
10 ROUNDS TO A DECISION
MICKEY F ARRIS
of Springfield, Mo,
10 ROUNDS TO A DKCISION
PHICI: $2. $n and 51, 1'lus
War Tin. Ticket Kalo nt l'eto
Martin's, la Ka-t Tlilrl Street,
and Congress IMIIIunl Hall, U
North .Main Street,
Auspices Oil City AUilctlo Club
We are pleased to announce that C. F. Bowen, Guy L. Reed and Ghas. W. Stewart
have purchased the Cartwell Boot Shop at 607 South Main, and to our former friends
and customers first wish them a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Beginning today, January 3rd, we have arranged a sensational sale on our entire stock
of high grade footwear ; . .
LairJ, Schobcr, I. Miller, P. Sullivan, Johnston & Murphy and Howard
and Foster Shoes. Note prices quoted below.
Allaird, Schober and I. Miller Sttoeo
$16.50 Vslucs ... ,t.; . $13.85 , ,-
$5.50 Values ."...$12.75 3 '
?15.00 Values A. .... . . . $12.00 -
$14.50 Values .... ..v. $11.50 N
.$13.50 Values .. . $11.00
$12:50 Values ...... ..... . $10,50
' r .
t P. Sullivan Johnston & Murphy Shoes for Men
Entire stock of P. Sullivan Shoes for All $15.00 and $16.00 Values. . . . .$12.75
women. All $11.50 and $12.50 values
for . $7.95 All $14.00 and $14.50 Values $11.75
Howard & Foster Shoes for Men
$12.50 Values $10.75
A $11.50 Values A. ..: - $ 9.75 '
$10.00 Values . , $ 8.75
Bowen, Reed, Stewart Co
607 SOUTH MAJN STREET
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