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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, .1922
Oklahoma Boxing League to Be Formed at Meeting in Oklahoma City in February
PUT RING GAME
lly "SCHWKITZUIl ' Mill foe to he watched. espo lnlly
ine recent remarkable bonllng " i" ".leys were getting worn dnwn
score mail.- by ira Pitcher anil
others on th local Y. M. V. A. 1-
Only Licensed Boxers and !tnr'e!i' 'yi!,,1,;;!;!!!
DnCnvnno Wnnlrl Tin A - ? Third anil .Main In 191f.
.VJ AW AS-
lowed to Work
nlleys at Third tind
1 1 y 1 nml Hi 17.
In 1917 there km a six-team
league, five tn h ii tn iIih ifiiiiv mi
,tl,c nvernno neoro per man tnr the
f. . ml to Th World. league w 171 pins, hlghteen of
OKLAHOMA f!ITY .Inn ,n tegular league itiemkm owned
UlUiAllUJUl Ull I, . illl. averages in xce of 170. several of
14 Organization of an Okla- them piling up avouis-ee m the iso
homa boxing lcnue will lic,"ll..,0,,,',,,t,i,,, ,,,,,, , . ...
jlcrfccled at a meeting of rep- "t,"(V tKen'pinn'ur
resontatives from boxing CCD- RI with ft I on if up ft?nme
ten of the state to be held in OTi to"r T ih..:w,,,"M It Si"
or If they hail Jusi been sln-ltn, ...i
nnd pnllehd. McCoilum. MoKcc.
llUllllslun, ChAunrcy Hiding Hani
Dee. Allikle, Mi own, llorfmtit, "Doc'
Sloan, C'lirimlUnn. Wlttaker. Hani
mom!, Cardiff another southpaw with
speed, mid ini liorn mm aim e.
eellerit bowler. Horn and Merle
I'udman used tn take their filondi In
for "a i;nm" almost every aftiTtiuon.
urn! It n no unniuiiiioii thin mi
them to bowl la to 111 games bc
mro thoy fiut, and they u.ten held
tho alloy HKuliut all comer until
"tho Bang" Irom thu Texu, (luir,
Slnrlulr nnd prairie office an had
-promptly at ll. 01 p. m. and llloinlly
inn thini off.
Some wood huivlor and fine fel
OF GOLF RULES
Now President of United
States Association in
Plea for Harmony
CHICAflO. .ton. II Adh-o.
k far n h possible to the uilos if the
Htiynl'and Ancient (ln:f i u; of HI
Andrew by thu 1'nlted Siaits rU.'
association ra indicated by J
Frederick Itynr of I'll lnl-Ui'R?i I
accepting the presidency of t tin 1
j A. and A. at the Annua! m etlnj
I horn tonight. Tho nw pi i sulci!'
pleaded for itnirnrmlty of runs urn
Jack Quinn and Ed Konetchy
Givin g Father Time the Laugh
p. HI II
ll 1' t vt l
pi I Vers ttl till' N I
CLYDE MILAN TO
Oklahoma Lilly, I'COruary liJP'nte JH'Ki of th Kxehahgo Nn- low of oven an earlier period we. only In the t'ti.led Hints. tut
Tn ij5tiintr ft ca l for ntlr-h n ! W?lmm. ,'0"eu "ign "''mm Kume of ru .vreuo, Itaipn stunner, cinrlle througheiut the world, no that the
in lSSllHlE a Cell! IOI HllCn n 27H n,hough ,, H. cni(i uw Ilier Matt M. Nulty. K.I Si-hui Ion- I trnuiH may t played tho nam
Convention bCCrctnrj' IlUtCllin-Iffani'd, put uji the only iieif.irt wore hTK, Ilex Mrllvmy. lim-tur llur- uvvrywhnr
mn of the Oklahoma Athletic . (30n)' .hl1.1 " not r,,unt n" "'!2n",. I-R.rl Hoanuii.y. lu.y n rn-' Mr. llywn made bla addrw ,
... - - -. - ,WRB nnl , irHKUr rnnuM. rnc i h-h, imrry wan. isnyii. Arili'iriu ..f rfi...,,..!,,,, .P..nnn. n,n
iiuu m . t...j nvMug ..b i.... i nuiLiiiu ii'uiii inn uji um iiikii iin.iu ' . ii. ."ii. ji.mi Willis, iiuim rtn k or, annual rnf'Tliiir n.' the r 8 (1 V
suggestion of representatives '"7, 1,'f I,CI- w" "" - ,n,1,1l",,',,',,, J,-.,K' ''0-1 ' about th nboiiiimnt of th .twitt,'.
f boxing men all over the " Mmmc. rXV:&hl?
J StatC. ThOHO were tho day of uport for ttlio brbor), Wohber. Nale. Art , .'.'i" " J ''l?iu"u?,:
', n.. ,1..... K." "aJir-..n.'L.!!. '"el": k...,y.n"-...1:r'i- .". lSuZnX certain SS.
uviiiii i iuii uiuitiiiiirii inn linings ill ,'ii.ui. iiiiu.'i imi n (Mil. t'.n,
LtferB will rh nut from tho
Oklilioma Athletic club thin wvok
to .h thoMO cltlea whero boxliiK now
la bruin coniluctfd and tepri'Hunta
Uvi3 from fifteen or twenty nro ox.
pc ted to bo prcm-nt.
A statewide orcatilzatlon liua b -"!!
undr- consideration over Blnce or
Kan.rntlnn of the Oklahoma City
anil Tillea clllbi us .Shawnee. Ill
He f and otlmm ecured charters
mnJi" cd after that of thceo clubx.
l.a !i urRed a union nt tho enrlloKt
pi'Mible moment eo that boxlnB
ttirciphout tho tate can be con
din ed under Uniform illlea and
regulation. Junt what tho plan of
ci t inlratlnn will bo has not been
Kivcn a great de.jl of thought eo
far but two or threo linen of opera
t.orn ..re lo bo woiked nut and pro
ne Med nt th'" meetlnir.
All will embrace the principles of
ron'ritl Rovcinment with either n
' "JtulRi I.nndln" nt tho hend iih
hlh enmmlRHloner or n Kovernlni;
body of three, It Ih practically cer
tain thnt the rules and rcKitlnllona
of tlir Ukl.'ihoma Athletic club of
Oklahoma City will be adopted
with few chanson, an all who have
fian.lned thetji pronounce thotn
trook-proof If nforccd.
lloxers .Must He l.lccnwl.
It also will provide that only
llcennetl referees nnd boxers will be
liennltted to operate In member
i tubs, the money derived from sales
of thfse llcenKes KoInK to the sup
port of the. rcntral organization.
It atno has been established that
the easiest way to penalize default
ing and unsatisfactory boxers Is by
revoking their licenses.
Woodward Joined tho list of
Oklahoma cities with an Incorpor
ated club Baturday when a state
charter was Issued to tho Wcstorn
Oklahoma Athlc.lc association. 1..
0. Street Is president, W. A. Horn
buck Is secretary, 11. I.. Street Is
treasurer and Sam A. O'I.eary,
Woodward, with n population" nf
4,000 Is the athletic center of north
wentern Oklahoma' with n larne
area to draw from. WrestlluK
ma'ches with boxing preliminaries
have proved popular entertainments
there this winter. It Is tho purpose
many big business men and anilely
boys, too, as well an hard woraers
In offices and the trade. And the
Villon ) Witt. Uddv.
and unmerous others
I have often seen Harry SlnC'nlr I
lis that would spoil tho pleasure of
President Ilyers dtelnred In favo,
of legislation by I'. . ll. A. nlut
othsr Amerlmn golf nwoe atlniH
thnt would adhere as closely as pos
sIIiIb to the Itojat and Amlont tlolr
rules, under Which, he said, Rolf ha I
respiinslble for the great popu a Ity expanded to a greater dc-e" than
of the bowline leagues during those "I'V other sport. He said It was
vpurs. It A ttrtilffi.u'rii ni ,.t ii... ..I. i i tlt.il lii lii.Vi. the itnm.i tbi same Dim
nlinoH Incredible epetfd and deadly ! Pemocrat. and O.enn fondnn of Tie I world iiver and to cement tho tlei
nceurney. little Kent Spellman who i World were live wlre and cnnnlsi lit ! het een the two grtrttest Kngtlsh-
iini bucii inimaKe to thnJo ten pln; noosters. ana always reserved a col-. speaking
.lotiti uverett Doss (alias Dolruii tin. ' umn or two for the leaiue se. retn-y s
former Oklahoma. I'lty champ, right-1 weekly icport of bowllnt: notes, and
ly considered the must gra o til I published tho complete nrenrge.-i
bowler In tho state nnd a left ban Jer I every week or so, ns well as report
er great merit; lleyer, a newcomTi'm? the dally matchfs In detail lui
uuiiy mior liecame a great fo.lnwor
of the sprnt and was and l quhe
popular Willi me out iruwd. .Mtei
icnl bowlers who performed In that brother I-nil, and l'.it .Malloy
liagiio -Ve Oods It gives mo the 'mid oth. r iilen of large affa.rs, ink
heart acho to think that Tulsn Is so ltlc their evenite and hafing a good
money mad thai no one vl I pro-I'1""' H the Arcade ajlevs.
lde sluice for bottling alleys, prof. t- The newspupr mou wers partly
nolo as tiiey are, as to tlio liuwle.e,
In addition to the Incomparable Mid
daugh, there was I'lleher with his
of startling ability : (Marom e hn y.
tho lumber man. who bowled tor the
pleasure of It and not for tho exoi
clse, nnd who mn'ntnlned a steady
ISO clip; Hose, with his standing hot
that be could average better than
200 In five consecutive ganioi and
never was known to loro a bet on It;
tho threo Cllno brothers, II. It.,
M, K. und K. It., all good bowlers;
It bad been contemled, Mr. Ity-
ets said, that eond tloim In (irea'
Hiltoln and America differ, but
lie could not share tills lev except
ponsibly us to climate and .idiled "1
do not believe that this alone jusll
fits the adoption of a new net o.
rill.ta Mr it mm ..fl.it tilt.trit I lt.n In ftlu
all. praise Is the best method of M-r(,ds horetofure generally accepted
'-urtiig results, and the xpoit odltorn the win Id over"
gnvo this In unsparing ntmntlties j it should be the iilm of Amerlrnn
with tho result that Interim ne e. ,.,,,, ,R1 ,.,, , .,.;,,, jy
Iiaijgril. I mi, I fi.lrlv li.-.inli.B' 111 rlnw nil ..nil.
I remember that In 19 H, In a split . ,,. ., ' . ()f ,.,,,.
sonson. e ach team ban led illl gainoi
Hunter .Martin, tho lteim Drtimmel 1 In thu Inst half season, and of those
of tho league and a Very ilev.l to
bent on an mint uf his habit of
"striking out," which In bowling l-t
Jui-t' the rnversfl of tho altuntloti
which arises when n ball player
"strikes out." Then there was Harry
Stewart, who bowled hi steady av
erage of l"5 pins; Hnnford, tho alley
17 names were fur batter than lino
pins, and inn were for S00 to SP.i
pins. In 191(1 and 1917 Tulsa's
league had better bowlers on the
average than any city south of Chi
cago excent perhaps St. ljtiN.
I'lcnty of .llnte-r.nl Here.
Ing the game easier, which would
tend to lessen the satlsfaetlnn of
rk 11 In pbi), but with the Idea tha
the game should be ployed us near
ly as possible along tho linen which
. txn ' '
I Ii ll ii' .ml of lmllig been 111
.ii timi tin tilnriiin o'lisiTUIIte si-1
nils mi mii Inns plti liliig mound"
ijiilnn bis a nipltsbi'il a rare feil
nnd ll is nil i In. inni i. i em irs, bb'
when It Ii I'l.iieldeted that lias '
not iiirni.l tils bH' k mi the prod '
slon. Ho leient!) traded to the I
lied Hex bv i he Yankees and Iih s" i
far made It known that the cumin,,, , , . . , , ,
sensni will t... his last. Tim veteran VCtei'Jin Olltf IC'hltT LaiUl
spltballer started hi diamond
lareer with the t'onnellsvllle club
of the I'i nnsylviinla Hint lemur
That was In limit and slnre then lie
IIanae;erial .lob at
has been shifted nboilt frenuentlr,
tjulnn bus labored In th Amur
lean. Nulonnl, International, I'n
I'lfle t'liast and I'edetal league. The
lied Hox I th third Amei'lcan
league' team whbh the vti'ran lis
been ennneeted with. Ilia first ap
prariime in the Il.ui Johnson clrrult
was inailu In IDAS with tile Yan
kee. He- reinntned with them until
j I III I. when he as sent li lloches
'ter. The llorhestrr e liib lll him
t to the Mrave the fnllitivliiK year,
but lie did not remain on that team
erv long lie slatted the I HI A
rnmpnlgn with the l'nitlaiiil elnli nf
the I'ltilflc t'oasi le.igue n n ll dur
ing Hie playltg season na sent to
the While tiox. The rnllnwlng year
round him bark with the Yankee,
where he remalni'd until tho trade
'ttllh Ihf lied Hut was mild
N RW YtlltlC. Jim. 11. No one
cttn deny that .lark gullin nnd l!d
ward Konotchy are giving Fath
er Time a nieiry chase. Moth pl.iy
rs, iiccordlug to baseball recortls.
were born In ISM Quinn was born
on .Inly fi of that year and Koney
on Knplemher 3. mid they aie the
real playing veleians of Hit- game
(Jiilnn next spring Mill start his
twentieth season as a pitcher, and
at thu same time IConey will In
manager, who through the cxorrlsb ' 'cxmrTitrd I. ,wIe.N ,, T. sa
.if irrc-it "hndv .Tiiffllsh' Item tm I.N rn"UB" XP' rii-llt eu llowlels 111 Tulsa
to man two itrst-ciaa-i eignt-i'iim
of great "body irngllsh" kept up till
ISO average week In nml week out.
IJunter .Martin also had a man
named Kastcrday eni his "AetnaU
ers" team who rould and did shoot n
10-pound ball so fast It looked like
a pellet, but who was the champion
on "splits" on nccount of his speed
but averaged 172 regardless. Hence
wns also one of the regulnr first
ten In average, which meant any
plncn from 17B to 200. Moruy wns
a wonder with his beautiful curve
nnd his cool demeanor, and no one
will ever forget Abbott's "scrow ball"
and inn terrible havoc It rrayed
whothcyr or not he hit pin No. 1. hut
at that the old hoy wns a wizard
at holding tho edgo on his corner
spares and I never have seen him
mUs ono In a league match. Theio
were always two Wleneoke's In tho
league. II. A. and Kddle. with some
times some of tho younger niembcm
leagues, with enough oidlnary bowl
er to man two smaller leagues.
Homo one should be able to see the
golden opportunity that lies tn ill"
establishment of an "n-to-dato bowl
ine balls, hnrdwood allejs, t,t. cl
lockern for the bowlers' personal
property and clothlntr. shower baths,
dressing; rooms, nnd not least Im
portant, a high location In some sky
scrniier whom the nlr could circu
late from nt least three elites. Also
the higher up you get, the lower tho
rent will bo porportlonntoly.
The bowlers aro simply clamoring
'or an opportunity to bowl, and nn
establishment of tho above descrip
tion would be u money maker from
tho very first and in summer as well
as winter weather. The alleys
would bo "kept busy from 9 a. m to
hno made It the game It Is today. ! iiugurale hi elghteen'h year ns a
i first baseman. Although h Is be
hind Qtilnn In length of service on
baseball diamonds, Koney has spent
mole seasons 111 last coaipnuy than
clasps of bowlers, and who can ami
will manage the leagues, Keep up
the averages dally, furnish tho news
papers with compli'le news dally
with special wrlteups for Hie tiimilay
gins, then mannger of tho team,
traded hint tn tho I'IiiiK's. nnd lie
played through the 1911 enit.piilgn
In I'ltisbutHh.' During the winter of
At Manhattan Kansas -Washington
t'nlversltj Is, K.unss Agg: IS.
At I. ticoln Nebraska 1'nlversltv
S7. Urlutioll 17.
TO BE ABOLISHED
I'llVTINl IIH MIOM I'AflK oni:
ilennpty nun I'ltiu iniu in ill ' event
It. The gun'antees P'raneo will
demand from Itussbi fir tho latter'
pnttlrlpatloii III tltn Henna rotifer-ence.
It win iiiulerstooii in circle rinse
I0I4-1B Koney wns one of the .,, ,t,n .ovorniuent Hint Premier
many major leaguers who did not i.p,yd (ionrgc would offer .M. l'olti-tespe-ct
t Iih teserve clause, nml 111 rare modlftenllonn In the proposed
Jumped to lln Pittsburgh rod Anglo-l'reiieh pat t and would offer
itoney was with I lie oiiimwH in itin to extend lleigltim anil to insuiii iui
and when ponce was agreed upon
he was shifted to the llrnves nnd
remained there until the spring of
1910, when the llrnoklynn obtained
him for the waiver price, whlrh
was then H.IWil). nig 11,1 covered
flrrt for the Itoblns until mid-sen
the pitcher, and he Is In point of 'hoi of last year, when ho war sent
service the oldest active player In
the initlor leagues today. Koney
12 p. in. six days out of the week, umuniefl or slaves as the "pins." nnd
seven days If allowed by the cjty I n thiiostind years ago, our more Im
leeiice. and who will encourage tnotnrtod his major league enroot- with
beginner. It would be an actual tho Cnrdlnnl In 17. and he has
bowling emporium like tho abovo. ; ,,.n . the National league ever
The Lord knows that this city hue I ,nr0, wt, t ..v-eptlnn or 1315.
S.OOII men whose incomes nr.. In ' v,,cll ,., waM ,.t aa a mem
excest or 5.00ll pur niiniiin. iitiio ,)( ()f ,,, iMitsburgh I'ednral
eiut or ten or whom aro engaged In iPnKHn rut
sedontnry occupations, stuck to a ,., p , r;mnll0,i wltl, ,,,. Car
desk eight or ten bour in day , ,,nil,R ,m,u l9xn wj,en Miller Hug,
IIUI.T IUI nun ". ...tn' ... l, -,,..
to play goir, who would' takn to this
manly game like ducks lo water for
tho pure love (if the sport and for
the undoubted benefit that fnllow.i
Howling l.i probably the oldest
sport known to man, and In the
stone age, our giant foiofathors
played the game with Immense
stoned as "bowls" and their puny
to the Phlllle via the waiver route.
Tll big fellow finished Inst
year's men with the Phllll" and
then went hack to his home In HI
Louis. He Is now waiting for nu
mber campaign U Mart and In spite
of his age Im In stilt good enough
for it couple of mute jcius In the
Koney AIhh)s Popular.
I The Mrst sucker Is one of
fltlment n( t te Ithlna provisions of
tile Versailles treat.
W.IIINrlTON. '.'in 11
Milan, outfielder, will 1 e m ti.a
of th Washington Amerlmn o .
baseball litre this sen si m it uu in
ouneed tonight by President link
Milan I n ratlve of Teone-. r
lllld has been a member of the I a ill
lenin since I07 when he was tee
ta'neil from the Wlehlui ilub of the
As pilot ho succeed e.e irfe M
llrlde, who reelrn.d last tn i.tli elite
to lllnem resulting from im nul.ry
reculved on the field In it iio .
.Milan will be tho fotinli piaytw
malinger In the mnlor leanu i tl t
ye'nr, the othetn who wl I anpeai In
the dual role being Ty t'uhb e th
Detroit A merle ana, Ttl HpeUe ot
the Clevelnnd Indian and H I Killl
rer of the I'hlraco Nalloliai
1 Till definite niiiioiineonvnt bv
'tliltriih eela at rest reports that
linger Peeklnpaugh, shnttstop. who
was seeured from tios.'nn In n thiei'
'eeiruered trad, would be th" mana-
?er The report wns denied by Oil
1th at the time, but It has been
'generally believed Pel k would Mud
CMCVUHANIi, Ohm. .Inn. H -I
The nppo'ntment nt Clyde Milan ns
mnnnger or the Washington tontn
Is heartily approved by Koger Peek
lnpaugh, star shortstop recently ob
tained y Washington fjom tho Ilns
ton Ainerlraiis and wno has been
mentioned for the mnnflRersh'p loft
ftrnnt by the retirement of neorge
"I think Ml Inn know an much
bnseleall as anybody Pi the gnme nnd
I feel eertnln he will be a success
as nmnnirnr." "nld PerklnpaiiRh to
n'ght when Informed of Clark tlrlf.
flth's selection of Milan ns man
ager. "! don't know whom I would
rnther piny under than Mltnn." h
added. Peeklnpaugh sent a mfs
sdKii of conKrntulnt'on to Milan at
his hotnn In !,!ndii,.Tcmi., tonight.
High Cnct' llcceiril Set.
flYKAOl'HK, N. Y.. Jan. 14.
PAGE OIJYS MAM0NA PLANT i i"""'" mllltniy academy of Manlliis
I HUH UUIO HHIIIUIHH rUMH I rrlaM ,r, whnt , ttlotlRlit to bo a
I wnrld'n record lodny when the has-
Peiwcr lllglila !-In Hand Spring! i ketbittl team scored SB, polnta In a
Man U iiIit llonils llcittt'li.
I1AHTI.H8VII.I.K. Jan. 14. The
eltlxenn of Hftmopa, at a speent
election todny oted to sell lis lljht
and power plant to th Charles Pais
Intel esta of Hand Springs and to
grunt a high line pnwor franchise
to Pane, Tho 110,000 newer bond
Issue was voted down as were Hie
19.000 bonds for water plant Im
provements ami 3,000 Mr a city
the hall building.
or the new club to feature boxing I of tho rnmlly appearing tin the firing ordinances . In fact Hade wool 1 be I mediate ancestor bowled them down
which has proved r.tr more popular
than wrestling. Tho first card will
be staged about January 31, repro
ifntatlves of tho- club announced
while In Oklahoma City Saturday.
You Tell The World
KI.OYD 11. COPIJ and II. Kblen.
riles agents for the National Cash
Hsglster company, leave this week
for Dayton and New York to attend
the big nnnual convention of that
company. A feuturo of the conven
tion will be thu ealesrnon who huvo
earned membership In thu "llun
Ired Point club" for 19'J1 These
ar men who accurcd loo per cent
Jif sales eiuotii. New und better
buHnees methods and business con
ditions will be studied by .the suits
1'ISHOP H. D. JIOUZON Will
FPeak at the Y. M. C. A forum
at 3 o'clock Sunday nfternoon In
be gymnasium. Tho meeting will
be public and under tho auspices of
the IdHy Sunday club. It will bo
on hour In longth.
DISTU1CT No, 14 of tho United
Mates Veterans burnau Includes all
of Arkansas us well as Oklahoma
nnd Texas, w. O. Harris, manager
or the Tulsa subdlstrlct, said Hatur
uy In correction of a misleading
ftatetnent In nit ucoount of tho bu
reau's activities. The district office
' at Dallas. Texas. Tulsa sub.
"istrlct coniats of practically tho
e&Jtern half of Oklnhoma whllo tho
jubdistrlct with headfuarterH at
Uklahnma City Includes tho greater
part of thu western half of tho
I'HII, DAVIsTju.. hn,s begun
the praotlco of law In thlee city, hav
"ig Just removed his residence fr'om
n,Vn:. I'KAOl'E for nodal servlco
i Trinity Episcopal church will give
'anee tho evening of Kobruary 1
in fonventlon hall, the proceoda to
8J into their work. It will not bo
plain variety of dance but mora
V.-ofly.tnB Proportions of n ball.
!B boxes av-ullablo. lloothn
tnlmi'"1 l' '""tnlled. Tho league
w e.r. vh0 eH ,no largest num.
!""' tickets will be presented with
tii- . ,,m J"8H Jaokson'a shop,
se .ifts,.viu B0 0,1 January 31
at tho Hunt store.
mim.' 'S CAPl'lnanager nf the
ha 2 7 'lepartmcnt nt IlcnberB,
leVv? 'Bn5a her P"HltIon and will
buv.. Vew ll,,ya for New York ue
aeJ..nil.n.lanaror nf 11 millinery
apartment In UiuUlanu.
Menr8h ' UEKl. ready-to-lf
? ? yvI for, th "tint company.
a'L'Jfturday night for the east on
has iVari!es.tl ca,nera In tho world
tleolooT"..'11' by l'nltfl K'ttcs
hree6.:8,1 "lveJ experts, welghlni;
with his fast cross-alley curvo. He-
rore the arrival bore of .Mlddattgh,
Pllrher, Hooy and Jlorkwnld, Hub
barlt was undoubtedly the best
t'owler In thin vlnlclty. Imt he hail to
put torth his best to stay w,th that
classy outfit. Itoy Kwing nnd llruco
MeCov were always regular mem
bers of the lenguo. Hoy used to
take n day or so off oat-h week to
see how his drilling crews wo:e do
ing, und he put In the rest of tho
daylight and evening hutirn "e ollsh
Ing off" the alleys with his oil men
friends. Mel oy. while never a MR
star, was often able to rlo lo tho
occasion In a pinch, and bla ability
to "shoot either a straight hook.
Some one Of Tulsa's 10 inllllannlree
nnd near millionaires should tuku it
upon hlmseir m put In this empori
um at once. It requires capital to
start sucli an enterprise, but the
income rrom tho name should be a
great Inducement. Then, arter the
plant In started, do not make tho
mlntako of putting Kittle "boob" In
charge, but get a rod I mnnug r from
New Vnrk. 1'hlrngo or Milwaukee.,
who knows how tn keep the alleya
lie.iii and In i mull: Inn. and knows
how to reserve i ertaln alleys f r
tho "4iin" among tho bowler, mid
who will make the beginners observe
the foul linos and the lulling ruler
and who wl I put up weekly
Here's hoping to see the' Idea hiow
und grow fust.
uu.-. loiinvu, u.u ...... . ..-huw, ...: no extruonunnry in tills city of nn the green. It Is a man s game.
two brlend hoy. Cm 1 til let to. Judge. ijo.OOO red-blooded people, that the,ind makes a man out nf a weakling.
...nv,,. . ...... ...i........ management wouiii navo to use wtil-
Don Hell wcro usuullv toutn ,)wcr l(, prevent themselves from
members. killing the game by permitting the
(inll llubbjirtt n Marvel. ! alleys to be ui-eil at times when It
One of the most notabln bowlera vvould be eseentlnl for too alloys to
of them ull was Oall Hubbnrtt, the i bo "worked on" nnd touted with
Plaster contractor, he of the remark-' shi'llae and imllnhed
nbln hook ball which ho alternated 1 liny, Pngi- n .Mllllnnaln
(inn Invi'iitor In 1 1 end.
HAItTI'OItl). Conn., .Inn. 14.
Cliiistnpher Minor Spencer, Inventor
of the Spencer repenting rlflo and
or the Hrst automatic screw ma
chine, one or the best known Amer
ican Inventors, died nt tho homo of
his son. linger M. Spencer hero to
day, lie was SS years old.
The Cnlted States Forest servlco
has established an experiment sta
tion nt New Orleans to Investlguto
tho timber resource or tho rotitbuln
stntes. Including Texas.
Telephone bills nre flue. Thn com
pany respectfully requests prompt
payment. thereby avoiding th"
charge of CO cents for discontinuing
nnd testorlng service. TIiIh chntgo
piKos liucoines olteetivo alter mn iuiii ui
eetrve. eir 'hcsl'n'b'n' delivery niailo'or liowiinc nrowes In the various ! tho month. -Advertisement.
"THAT LITTLE GAME"-
By B. Link
ArD p.O-TTe LOCK.
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"BELIEVE HE'TlPPED" (AAV iVITTS
HlfA A tflN
Ar4ta AS FOfl.
OF You as.
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of the First Coupe Designed and Produced
Entirely by the New Maxwell Organization
A car which reveals, at a glance, such a wealth of beauty
and goodness that the price seems almost unbelievable.
Cord tires, non-sUld front nnd renrj
Disc wheels demountable nt hub
end rim, or wood artillery wheels,
optional without extra cost.
Unusually long springs promote
comfort, tire economy, readability.
Drum type hend Inmps nnd cowl
lamps, nickel trimmed. Non-glare
Four-pnisenarr cnpaclly. I'ourlh
cent, unfolding from under cowl,
Drondcloth upholstery; Tuiklsh
Adult-size seats, deep nnd wide
New type windshield, hinged at top
nnd IxittQtn. Windshield vlior.
Windshield wiper. Henr-vlalon
nodles lower nnd Inrner, without
sacrificing heodroom. Wool carpet
Parcel comportment behind
driver's sent; luggage undtr rear
New etecrlng comfort. Clutch nnd
brake action, steering and grnr
shlftlnc, mode remarkably easy.
Handsome nnd accessible instru
ment iHinrd. Urst switches. Motor
driven electric horn.
Sec the announcemcnta of the Sedan, the Tourlnft Car, and the Roadster, on
other pages of this paper; and come and sec them. Telephone us for prices.
Smith Motor Company
220 East Second St. Osage 59
Nnu Series Sedan, Tourlni Car and lioadsttr
ihown on other pa&ta. lia tur to see them.
eloilbleliende'r. The scores vvsrv
made against the learns of cuca
aendemy, 08 to 7 nnd Savannah huh
school 13. In 11.
o, c. a:, iiariicNviiiei a i.
At llarllesville Oklahoma City
high 27, llarttesvllle 21
India expects tn hnrvest 33.000,000
tone nf lice this year ns compared
Willi It, 1100,01111 tons lat season.