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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1922
Cowboy Padgett Rudely Upsets the Championship Aspirations of Warnie Smith
IN 12-ROUND SCRAP
VVarnic Aain Fades After a Strong
Start; Padgett Better at Inf ightng; I ish
er Given Decision Over Jones, Crowd
Objecting; Roper and Morris Meet
Here April 12.
HO.YINrt ItKKl ll'N.
Cotthoy I'nilgcll ilcfcnlnl Wnr
nin Wnltli In 12 round.
Hoy ritlifr won tlcelalnti nirr
Jnek Jones In III louniK
Illicit CnrlM iiiiirciniilit fieorgti
Courtney In II rounds.
.llliiiny Kiirconlii mill (ienrgo
Murray drew In -I lotiiuU.
ii)- ii. a. mil mi i :vati :ii
Tlio wolterwciKlit cham
pionship aspirations of Wnr
nio Smith, Jlartlcsvilio's me
teoric rocket of the riiiK.
were rudely upset at conven
tion hall last nijjht by a
homely steer thrower from
Colorado, the rough, willing
Padgett by III.' Margin.
Pndgctt nil awarded the referees
dcclMon over Hmllli nt the end of
their 12-roiliul engagement from
which ho emerged truth iiml un
marked nfler giving Wnrnlo a stiff
Thorn wns tin question nlinul the
decision. Padgett won lv a country
mile llo carried tho fight t Wnr
nlo from tlio third round on nnd
didn't loan a round after tlio third.
H was tho first tlmu Warnlo hiw
tasted defeat slnro ho started to tho
front hero u few months ngo.
Padgett bent Wiuhlo nt his own
Ktno, Tearing Into tho Ilartlosvlllc
mauler and bringing tho Issue to
tioso rnnge, 'io conquered Wnrnlo In
tho Infighting und thou punlshod
Padgett not only won over Wnrnlo
Jiy a comfortable margin, hut ho ac
complished somctnluK no other
fighter ha been uuln ro achieve. ll
knocked Wnrnlo off hi feet, Bend
ing him to hla knees In tho eighth
round with a right cross nfler several
body blows punches, Hmlth wns up
heforn tho rofcrco could Ktnrt
Tho boyn boxed before ono of tho
largest crowds Hint ha turned out
nt convention nnil in ninny montns,
Wnrnlo Aimciircd Lacking.
Warnlo did not nut up .near thn
fleht niralnst tho cowboy that ho did
nt Oklnhonm City a month ago when
thnv mixed for 10 rouuilH to 11 draw.
lie displayed tho snnio luck nt
stenm, Defeating his opponent In
tho enrly rounds ho seemed to be
come passlvn nnd wns nnnhlo to
wlthstnnil the mountiimoor's vicious
Kvrn tho funs deserted Wnrnlo
nfter tho fifth round. Cheers for
Padgett were, nlmott continuous, nnd
Itrfcico Cled (Inlmn's decision wns
loudly npphtudrd nt tho finish,
Tlio writer seorcd'but two rounds
in fnvor of Kmlth, tho second and
third. Thren woro listed ns even,
tho first, fourth nnd tenth, Padgett
won thn other seven.
Wnrnlo Minus liirly.
Warnlo'ii only showing enmo in
tho enrly rounds. They boxed
cautiously In tlm first with little
lUnmKo on cither side, Padgett
started Wnrulu to spitting blood, hut
It wns only a minor rut to his Up.
Wnrnlo landed sovornl good body
Wnrnlo looked liko himself In the
second round. Ho Jolted 1'ndKett
with a shower of body blown mid
then lnnded left nnd right to tho
Jaw. Padgett rushed nnd Wnrnlo
tippercut him with his right. I'ndg
eu clinched nnd hold on unit the
rrowd jelled: "Htranglor Pndgctt."
Tho third round was mnrred by
rnntlderablo wrestling also, but
Wnrnlo won It by rocking l'ndgott
with rights to tho Jaw.
Thru Wnrnlti I'ndcil.
So fnr us Warnlo wns concerned
the fight virtually ended right
there. Tho fourth round was rather
tamo nnd even. Wnrnlo appealed
not extondlni: himself In thn fifth.
nnd although l'ndgrtt did not do
anything of noto himself ho scored
in tho Infighting nnd won tho
round. In tho sixth l'ndgctt bcrnu
piling up his winning lend. Con
tlmilnc to tiroflt during thn liiflght
Ing ho lnnded inniiy telling body
blows and wns forcing tho mixing
nil tho time. Tl.cro wns much
flinching In tho acvefith, punctu
ated by Padgett's rocking Wnrnlo
with a right to tho cliln.
Thn nnlv thing renombllng
knockdown enmo early In the
eighth. Aftor landing a number of
bbdy blows radgctt crossed his
right to Wnrnlo's chin and Kmlth
dropped to Jils knees. Ho was up
ulckly, however, nltliougli ho ap
peared considerably weakened
Warnlo fought gnmoly nnd followed
l'ndgctt across tho ring. They
swapped rights to tho Jaw.
I'ndci'tt Hum Wnrnlo In IHnl rowf,
Tho slaughter continued In the
ninth, l'ndgett apponrlng to luivo
Wnrnlo in distress ns a lesult of
bis persistent nnd highly effective
The tenth round was somewhat
of a bright spot for Warute, Fight
ing hard nnd evidently lrlng tor n
knockout his only Impo of winning
nt this stuge ho landed on Padg
ett's Jnw with everything ho hud,
hut tho blow appeared to Inrk steam
nnd the cowboy weathered It with
out feemlng to bo hurt at all.
l'ndEetrs unabated body attacks
gavo him nn oven break In the
l'ndgett continue! to Increase, his
already largo lend In the rl.u-i.mii
nnd twelfth, landing nt will, hut ho
Indeed the punch to prevent Wnrnlo
from staying tho distance, in tho
twelfth thero was a moment when
It nppenrca tnni warnio ban n
chance to wlu by a knockout. Com
ing up during a clash tit tioso nunr
tern lio planted nn uppercut on the
nnlnt nf Padgett's rhln that kuoekr.i
the cowhoy'n head back two fet,
but tho mouniuniccj- luuin ovon
flinch. Tho last ucil lonnu
Crovtit iiism'h tiuiiuii.
The Boml.wlnduii was furious
Blap-bans nffalc ttom tU Urtt
. 1 1 r
Morris and Roper Afjuln
An nnnotinceinent th.tt brought
NpplHitsn friitti Dim big iiowil nt
roiivetitlnii linll Inst nlMht, insdii
Just befoin Warnie nnd Padgett
slartml lulxlng. It was Hint
Captain Hob Iloper. C'hl'-ag')'s
contender for lh heavyweight
championship, would meet c;hiI
Morils nt convention linll on thi,
l.lghl of April 12, ouyiilng tiny
of thn Western lengiln baseball
season, In a 12-rnmnl bout. to u
decision. Morris nnd Itoper fought
hero suveral months hho nnd It
was u furious 1'iii'oiinti r fur (liu
thren rounds Hint it lasted. Itop
er scored a tci linlcul knockout In
thn thlid when Atorils turned an
ankle and had to iUlt. There
bus been a big demand for a re
turn bout between tho two heavy
weights nnd tlio audience showed
'its plcnsoro when tho nntiouiicer
gavo word that tho club at last
hud been nhln to bring them tn
terms. Morris has been triilnlng
stendlly for thn last two mmithn
nnil believes ho Is In nhupo to
meet the army captain.
round until thn gong ended It In the
tenth, and appeared even to the
crowd and nnwspnpermen alike. Itcf-
ereo (latum n decision nwnrillng the
vtirdlct to Fisher provoked pro
longed hlinlng mid booing, iillhough
art of tho spectators clieeroii. Jones
in il tho odgo on tho victor In clev
erness, but tho Mllskogeo boy forced
the fighting at nearly nil stages and
his nggrnslveness undoubtedly was
tho factor that caused tho rofereo to
give him the edge.
Tho writer gave Jones tho margin
In thren rounds, thn first, seventh
and eighth; Klsher hut two, the sec
ond and sixth, nnd tho other flvo
oven. Hut ii wns such a fifty-fifty
affair throughout that ho could not
nco an ndvantngntor either. It Is a
w oil-know fact however, that
Iteforeo (Inhnu dnen not hollevo In
draws nnd when It Is possible to seo
oven tho slightest edge It Is his
policy to nwnrd a dii'lsion ono wny
or tho other.
IVallicrwctRlit In Itcal lliittlc.
Ho far ni a two-sided fight wont,
tho Klilicr-Jonon argument had It all
over the main event, keeping tha
crowd In an uproar. Jones started
off like an easy winner, llo Is ono
of thoso ring inritles, a southpnw,
and his left-handed styln had Klsher
badly puxglcd nt first. Jones lnnded
freiiiiently In the opening loiiud,
which ho won handily. Klsher
waded lino hint In tho second, how
over, nnd by keeping tho hnttlo at
close n,uiittcrn won tho round and
Tho third, fourth and fifth rounds
woro furloim sessions nnd very even,
with hoth hoys giving nnd Inking :i
lot of punishment. Klsher then won
thn sixth nnd Jones annexed , tlio
Boventh and eighth. They agiilu
started mixing ton tn too and kept
this up In tho ninth and tenth, which
wrro bloody and even. It wns ono f
thn best preliminary nttrnctlone
over presented at convention linll.
manager Newmnn of tho Oil City
A. C. will mnko a hit with tho fnni
If ho rematches tho ynuugsterH for
his SAml-wlndttp to thn Morris-Itoper
encounter on April 12.
The two preliminaries inaugura
ting tho entertainment nlso woto fnr
above tho ordinary. After Jimmy
nnrronicn nnd (leorgo Murray had
opened fetlvities wit linn exciting
four-round draw ltuck Curt s (for
merly llnbo Korsytho) won a popular
decision over (loorgn Courtnov In six
slashing rounds, llo toro Into Court
ney viciously throughout, beating
(leorgo by a good margin. Court
ney suffered a misty cut over his
en eyn ihio in t tic rmirin round, lie
claimed Curt la hutted him, but tho
reforco didn't seo It If such was tho
A pair of prell.-ulnnrlcn hnd tn be
sidetracked becnusn two boys sched
uled to box failed tn show. The Mar-eonlca-Miiriny
go whs n subMltmc
tor t no curlum-mlscr.
HOOVER'S NEPHEW DROWNS
riu'-Ycnr.Old Child Pound In Siihn
lllliig Pool nt Hooter IlcMilcticc.
PALO All'O. Cnl., March 23.
Wnltcr Large, fi-jear-old nephew of
Herbert Hoover, secretary of com
merce, was drowned today In n
swimming ppnl nt thn Hoover home
hero during a family reunion. Dr.
ltny Lyman Wilbur, presldont of
Ktanford university, worked over
him for three hours, hut hopo finally
wub given up.
As a result of tho accident, It wns
announced air. Hoover will cancel
his 'engagements to sneak In 8an
Krnneico Friday and riatiirdny. Tho
noy is tne son of Mr. and Airs. Uuth
rlo I.arge of Monterey.
Hervnnts found tho child uncon
scious In tho swimming pool shortly
ncrore noon, it is not known how
long tho child hnd been in tho pool.
CONFER WITH RAIL UNIONS
Western ltnllniad Officials Keeking
Win King anil Wage Agreement.
CHICAOO. March 23. Ilcpresen
tntlvea of western roads conferred
here today with U 15. Hheppard, head
of the Order of Uallwny Conductors,
aim . u. Lee. president of the
llrotherhoort of Itatlroad Trnlnmen
In an attempt lo roach nn agreement
on wnges nnd working conditions.
;"""""'" wiui warren K. Stono of
. . rnBimers anil v. a. Carter of
Hie firemen and engine-men, failed
of any agreement with tho western
roads and tholr disputes havo been
referred bnck tn tlm in.tivi.iie.t .....,..
It was sild In rnllroad circles Unit
Innrn inu llttl tit. .
ngreemciit with tho trainmen end
r i .... . - - -
Tulsa's Bowline !ALL OILERS SAVE
tRJ WITTE IN CAMP,
Tulsa s 1 sf tsnpln srnnshern ns
semWcd under the banner of the
Ify-Test gssoiinn and representing
the llnrvey Voting Oil Rnmpnny, de
parted Thursday night for Toledo,
where they will slrlvn for honors
In the A. n. C. tournament. In prog
tens for tlm Isst three weeks.
The Niprnd of six men w Vd by
Cspt. Moiey Iteyuolils, lead-off rnnn
on i h five. man team. Krml llntg
wiild. Cngln lleeker, Ira Pllcher and
Kent Hpellmnti roinpleto the five
nisn. "Hutch" Mchrfiedsr, ntlllly,
ns the sixth man In the party.
The team will stop off In Ht. l.nuls
Krld'iy for a mntch with ono of thn
track Aggregation it the Mound
rlty. This mslch will glvo ths hoys
sntne valuable prncllrn on fast al
leys sin h ns will he encountered at
Toledo. They a Ion will have a prac
tlce i rut 1 1 1 1 with the speedy Page
Dslrv tesin of Toledo before- enter
ing tlm A. II C. competition,
tteiillxlng that the hrst bowlers
of Hie iiinntry are striving for hon
ors nnd prise money at Toledo, tho
Tulsa outfit nevertheless Is hopeful
of finishing among thn first HO In the
flve-miin competition. This would
be iulti a feat, as ran be better un
derstood when It Is taken Into con
sideration that morn tlitin 1,100
teanm entered. Home of the Till-
satis bain been going giet In the
lust few tlnjs, upei lit 1 ly the diminu
tive anchor m m. Kent Hpi llninn.
30 TULSA DOGS
ENTERED IN 1ST
Big Gallery Expected to
Turn Out; Plans for
Thirty Tulsa-owned bird dogs
hnvo been entered to compete In tho
first of a series of amateur field
trials to ho hold over courses near
llroknn Arrow Saturday,
All Plans for tho trials have been
completed. The cotsmlttee on ar
rangements renuestH that all Ttlla.l
snertators and liandlprs meet nt I.on
Klrkpatrlck'n restaurant nt Ilrokuti
Arrow at 8 o'clock Saturday morn
ing, those with dogs having (hem at
hand. From thero tho whnlo party
will proceod to tho courses nearby,
I.on Klrknntrlck will bo flold mar-
aim!, nnd V. N. Host nnd W. W.
Henry will offlelnto as Judges, Fully
a hundred bird dog onthtislaals
from Tulsa nrn expected to bo In
tho gallery following the contest
Tho trials are tn ha strictly nun-
tour, nnd nil dogs must bo handled
by their owners. All dugs tint hnvo
not been placed in n similar event
In any open stnkua at recognized
trials, are eligible.
Tho grounds committee hns w
Incted the courses with enro and Is
well satisfied with them. While all
will not contain birds, thero will ho
bird work gnloro in tho nll-nco
Tho trials will tnkn nrr tlio entlro
day. Afterward a good luncheon will
bo provided on tho grounds.
This Is the first of a mules of nuia-
lour trials for TulA-owned dogs to
be held this spring under1 t.to au
spices nf tho Tulsa county unit of
the Amerlcun Hportsmon'H, Protcctlvo
HHItUVKPOUT, Ln., Mnrctf 23.
It. II. II.
I.llllo Itock, Southern Assn. S 7 2
Shrevoport, Texus league..)! 10 2
linttorles I'liymt. uvmgros ana
Lnpan; Cantrell, Hluppcy and Cady.
M011IL13. Aln March 23.
St. Louis Americans 4 8 X
Ilrooklyu Nationals 1 4 2
llntterlcs Hhccker, llayno nnd
Revereld; Iteuthcr, Vnneo nnd llung
DALLAS. March 23.
Kansas City Amorlcnn Assn. 0 13 2
Cleveland American lenguo 8 11 2
llatterlos Caldwell, Ames, Unw
snn, Anderson, lloyd nnd McCarthy,
Skiff; Kcefe, Guess, lldmnnion,
Odenwnld nnd O'Neill, Nunnmnkor.
(Called at end of lltli, dnrknoss).
New Yorw Nationals IS IS 1
Indianapolis, Amu. Assn. .. 7 12 4
Pnttcrlcs Tonoy, Jonnnrd nnd
Studh, (iRiton; ltngge. Petty, Wea
ver and Kruegor. Dixon. .
8T. PHTKUHIlUIta. Kin.. March
Washington American 2 0 1
llostnn Nationals 3 8 1
lWitterles Courtney, Phillips ind
Plclnlch, Torres; Mlllor, Ooschger
Paddock to llo Away a Moiilli,
I.OH ANCIHLUS, March 23.
Charles W. Pnddoclc,. world cham
pion sprinter, who sailed from San
Krnnclsco for Honolulu, is expected
tn return in about a month, llofnro
leaving It was said to day ho dis
cussed recent icvlvals of the old
story that ho was offered $20,000 a
year to run professionally, and re
Paddock said nn recent offer of
this description had been made and
that ho had no Intention of turning
At Houston Tllllo (Kid) Herman
was nwnrded tho decision over
Johnny Cellmar after tho third
round. Hobble Green. San Antonio,
defeated young Krnnklln, Shrevoport,
In eight rounds. Jimmy Wayne
stopped Harry Harris in four rounds.
Ponen City May (Jet In New league.
ru.MA tin, fliarcn i-a. i-ouca
City is expected to Act fanrnbly nt
a meeting this week to cnnslder tin
invitation to Join tho , Oklahoma
ltascball league. Proposed lumps
win not be expensive and players
salary limit Is expected to bo held
nown. a Hugo athletic plant now
la being constructed heKs bv 15. V
Mnrland to provldo for league base-
byUAU rtKfo UK
McGinnis, Buumaiin Put
New Life in Infield;
Il looked hke a whole regiment nt
ball playef.t swarming about Mo
Nulty park Thursday afternoon,
Willi the arrival of Infleldors
fleorge Mcfllnnls, Luko Stswnrt and
Patty Jlaiimaiui and Outfielder Uir
ry Krwln, the simd is now com
plete svo for Wltte, another recruit
catcher, who will leave Chicago for
Tulsa on Humlay. MrOlnnlH, Unit
mnnti and Krwln were all out In uni
form, while Stewart, who arrived tdo
late for practice, tsached tho park
In tlrno lo wstrh the others work a
wlilln anil will don the harness him
self Krld.iy morning.
Infield prsctico Thursday had
more llfo and zip than any hereto
fore this year, the addition nf .Me.
Olnnls and listiniHtm making things.
move inucii isster. Muillutita was
grabbing them in the short field
wnii all his accustomed dash, nnd
more than once provoked nnplauen
from the spectators by grabbing dlf.
fb tilt grounders.
Thompson and Illnkel wothod nt
third l.nse, Mrdlnnls nt short. Unit
inann nt second and Lollvelt at first.
Playing second base Is nothing new
for liniimiinn who held down tho
keystone bag some senionfl ago with
Tho Ollors have storied a "hos
pital" list. Catcher Tex Crosby
wrenched musclca In his back se
verely during practice Thursday
morning nnd wns not In uniform nt
iUio afternoon session. Iln may ho
out two or three ilAya. Catcher I2d
dln Hpellinau turned his wrist n
cotiplu nf days ago hut hn,i kept up
work regardloss, and Is cutting
down tho surplus poundage. Luko
Stewart, who arrived yesterday.
Hpralned an nnklu a week or so ago
during a basketball game nt Crccns
boro, N. C, whom ho wintered, but
It Is considerably Improved and
Luko says ho Intends to get to work
Krldny morning anyway. Ono mem
ber of tho "hospital" squad, Oscar
ilnitgland, who ban been suffering
from a cold, was out again Thurs
day. Catcher Wltte, tho only Oiler not
now on tho scene, nlnn has been
playing basketball In fact. Is still
at It In a lenguo In Chicago. Ills
leaguo season will closof Saturday
night nnd he will depart for Tulsa
tho next day, which will put him In
for most of tho exhibition game.f.
Homo very encouraging reports nn
Wltto hnvo been received. 1
Whon Wltto gets in, tho Ollora
will havo almost a whole nlno of
backalops. No less than a half
duzen alrcndy aro In camp. Tho
youngsters will hnvo t. show a lot
of class, howover, to bent cither
Tex Crosby or Uddlo Hpollmnn out
of n Job, Crosby Is a high-class re
ceiver and a dangornu.i, though not
heavy hitter, while Hpeilmnu Is ono
of the league's premier fence
Tho pitchers haven't slnrtod
curving 'em yet, hut Trcntmnn,
Skelly ami O'lto- rko of tho new
comers aro showing moro promise
thnn nny others. Tho threo of
them may bo called on for service
In tho opener Sunday with Illll Sot
ley's all-star aggregntlon.
Ono nf tho best crowds of tho
yenr wns out Thursday for tho aft
ernoon pracllco session. Ho many
automobiles wero parked about the
onlrnnco that It was hnrd to find
spaco for your gas buggy It you
clyinccd to bo among tho into ar
rivals. It sura looked good tn sro "Lit
tle Mao" scooping up tho (.and cut
ters nt short. Mao line been play
ing hall most of the winter on tho
Pnclflo conet nnd looks to bo In ex
cellent trim. Ho has been resting
tho Inst month.
liny Itlchmnnd Is getting so much
practice chasing files In tho out
field ho says ho feels lio'll be eligible
tor ono of thn garden positions In
enso thero develops n shortage
nbout tho tlmo tho senson opens.
Airs. Mnllory In Scmlflilnlti.
CHH8TNUT HILLS, Mass., March
23. Tho right to enter tho sonil-
flnnl round of thn natlonnl women's
tennis tournnmwnt wns won today
by Mrs. 13. J, Mallory of Now York
mid Miss ndith Slgourncy nnd Miss
I,, Bancroft of Huston. Mrs. J. 11.
Jessup of Wilmington, Del., quali
l'or OUbihoina Sttggiteil by Wnlcott
to Take Oier Affairs of All De
funct Hunk In Mute.
OKLAHOMA CITY. March 23. A
plan for tho appointment of a gen
eral llouldntiou ngent for tho state,
to have in offlco In tho capitol anJ
devolo his entlro tlmo to liquidation
of nssels of failed stnto banks, is un
der consideration by Itoy Wnlcott,
acting stato bnnk commissioner, it
wns learned today. Wnlcott declared
today tho outlook In tho state la bet
ter at this tlmo than ever before,
adding that n survey of nil state
banks ehows them to bo In good
shnpo and possibility of futuro fail
Mr. Wnlcott returned hero last
night from Caddo, whero ho has
been checking up tho Oklahoma
State bank of that city, which closed
last week. Ho predicted tho bank
would reopen within tho next few
days. He ndded that arrangements
had been mndn for luyment of the
full amount of stockholders' liability
nnd that when It was possible tn get
the assets In shape the depositors
would be fully protected.
judgi: down on uuckktsiiops
Sentences Youth nnil Sa)s Iliijcrs or
Stolen llomN Also (iullty,
PIIILADISLPHIA. Mnrch 23.
Pronouncing sentenco of 8 to 12
years in tho penltentlnry upon Wnl
tcr A. Unger, 27-yenr-old secretary
In chnrgo of tho Kvnnn Dental Instl
tilto Hunts, .Judge William Shoemak
er today urged that heads of bucket
shops bo arrested on charges of re
ceiving stolen goods,
t'nger took approximately $17,000
In bonds and cash from tho funds In
ills chnrgo and gambled In stocks.
i'"--: ,-aki-d a soot)
lf A GOOD OOTFfEl.'D 60T THEV'Lul
liy noiiman k. nnow.v.
Tho most enrcfrco mannger In the
big leagues tho prima optimist of
the gamo Is ready to lend his nrmy
Into another American league cam
palgn. Said, gent is Connlo Mack.
Kor It Is evident to Connlo that tho
coming season holds little, moro for
him nnd his bunch of hopefuls than
last season did. Tho only benefit he
will dorlvo from tho campaign is a
better lino on the now rookies ho
hns dug up and a chancn to further
develop tho youngsters ho kept on
his payroll nt tho end of last sea
son. Hero Is how Mack's team stacks
Ho has two good young hurlers
Ed Itommol, Myron Harris and the,
Ho has n fair outfield, composed
of two tried players nnd n youngster.
Ho has nn uncertnln Infield,
which mny or may not find itself.
Ho has ono of tho best catchers in
tho gamo. Cy Perkins.
WILLS IS PUBLIC
CHOICE FOR BOUT
Boxing Blade Poll Shows
Fandom Taking Great
Interest in Game
SpteM to The World.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March 23.
Tho contest conducted by tho Uox
Ing Hlade. a weokly publication of
International circulation devoted ex
clusively to boxing, to select by pop
ular voto tho most worthy contend
ers for tho titles in tho various
classes and to decide the public's
cholco of opponents for tho dlfforcnt
champions, ended Monday.
Tho contest ran for six weeks and
thousands of votes wero woro cast
by boxing fans all over tlio world.
Tho voting domonatrntcd tho
great interest boxing followers arc
taking m finding fit contenders for
championship honors. It nlso showed
that tho public as a wholo Is very
well Informed ns to tho merits of all
IinXOrS. tllO VOtlllg ShOWlllg With few
exceptions that thoso who aro picked
ns the best onnnnenta fnr ihn rlmm.
plons aro really tho best that could
Winners and runncrsup in tho
contest and tho number ot votes re
ceived aro ns follows:
To box Jack Dempsey
Harry Wills .I7.30.fl
Tonv millions 30.100
Hill Hrcnnan 19,400
To box Johnny Wllcon
Mlko dlbbons 42.100
Harry fjreb 14,600
Dave Ilosenbcrg li.100
To box Jack Urltton
llenny Leonard 32,200
Mickey Walker IB. 700
Jock Malone 16,000
To box Henny Leonard
Lew Tendler 3(1,100
Charley Whlto 22. too
Pinky Mitchell 7,800
To box johnny Kllbnno
llnbo Herman 37,800
Andy Chancy 20,000
Johnny Dundee S.000
To box Johnny Huff
Pete Herman 23,700
Midget Hmlth 15,500
Joo Lynch IB.tOO
Hud Tiulor Heats Jimmy Kelly.
KKNOSHA, Wis.. March 23 Hud
Taylor, tho flashy Terro Haute
bantamweight tooi tho measure of
Jimmy Kelly of Chicago In a 10
round bout hore last night. Taylor
wns Uryiblo to put Kelly nway but
ho hit him with ovorythtng but
tho waterbucket and won easily.
Colll:ivllle Trackers Practice.
Sperlal to The World,
COLl.INSVILLK, March 23.
Tho Colllnsvillo grado trnck team
started practicing Tuesday. They
havo good material and will enter
nt tho Tulsa county meet nnd a re
lay team at the Santa Fa meet, The
high school team will start practic
ing next week.
Ready to Teach
Rookies Some More Baseball
It's not nn nggrcgntlon to causo n
flurry of excitement in a fast minor
To nld tho threo hurlers men
tioned, Connlo has tho veteran Nay
tor, Itoy Mooro and a flock of colle
gians nnd sandlot comers. Dave
Kcefe, who would havo been ono of
tho stars of tlio' club, was allowed
to slip to tho Indiana.
Jobnitoii at rii-M.
"Doc" Johnston probably will bo
a flxturo nt first baso unless Zip
Hausor, Milwaukee slugger, delivers.
Frank Ilrazlll Isn't ready yet. Jim
my Dykes nt second nnd Galloway
at third look llko probablo choices
for theso positions. Dut Connlo
hasn't n soul Hint ho knows can play
The outfield will pass. Luwton
Witt, who started In ns nn Inflcldcr,
ban turned out to bo a classy out
fielder. Working with tho veteran
Clarence Walker and Miller, for
MIKU GUIDONS TO TAKE ON
CSItKII MAY 1.
MINNliAPOIilS, .Minn., March
23. Mlko Gibbous of St. Paul will
meet Harry (irch, Pittsburgh lint.
Her in u 15r)uml bout In Jersey
City, .May I, Mlko Collins, tho
Thnntom's" inn linger nnnounced
today. Clhbons will go east enrly
In April to train for tho bout.
Dnvo Maekay, Jersey promoter,
will glvo (ilbhoni 35 per cent of
tho gate receipts. Oreo recently
defeated Mlke brother, Tommy,
in a 13.roiiml bout.
SEayiN, Ttusi. March S3. Kntlrtly
IIiIIpH with the rendition er liti athletes
Kht Ulraaon led Walts Sox cohorts away
from Kcsuln today. The first stop will
bo Auitln. where 111b Kalk will join the
aquacl and where the University ot Texa
will be taken on. (lleaaon has (Iva pltch
era ready to go the route and aaya the
aeaaon eould start tomorrow o far ha
MINERAL WRLIA Texas, March
"Home, Bweet Home." mewing ileir old
Cincinnati la popular aong In tho lied
t-er tralnlne camp today, becauae tomor
row 1'at Moran'a players are to atart on
the journey northwnrd. I.uau. n hli
flr,t I.nf.mnr.. nn lh nnnM In tlt-1 v..
f '"day ws ctrested by forth JVorth to
1 thttuns of to I.
BAM ANTONIO, Texaa, March !.
ntcher Ucorce K Stanton ot Ban Fran
ctaro haa been transferred by the Neve
York (llanta la the Norfolk club of the
Virgin! leatue and Catcher Floyd 1irOen
haa been aent to Little nov in the Soutn
ern aoclatlon. "trhufflln Phil" Doutiai
arrived In camp early toaay,
CATAL1NA ISLANDS. Cal.. March Ji.
The Cubs foraook W'JIIiaiii JK'rlgley'a per
aonal liland thla nfternoon. not to return
until next aeaaon. After three carnes at
Ima Ancelea the Tlrulna will to lo San
Kranolacn foi several gama nnil rtll ttien
atart eaat by eaay atagea. Some rrleaaea
probably will be handed out while the
team la at I ah Angelea.
Milton ICnlers Derby.
SAN FUANCISCO. March 23.
Tommy Milton, American automo
bile, champion, has entered the
Golden fiato derby to bo btaged
on tho San Carlos speedway, near
here, April 26. In the San Carlos
race, vhlch Is for 150 miles, Milton
will drlvo tho car ho expects to en
ter at Indianapolis. i
lloppo In Chicago Satunlar.
CHICAGO, March 23. Willie
Hoppe, who Is matched with Jake
Pchacfor for tho world's 1S.3 balk
lino billiards championship hero
next week, is expected to arrive
Saturday from St. Louis whero ho
has been practicing for tho match,
Hoppe, according to It. B. Uenja
mln, his manager. Is confident tio
will regain the tltln he lost to
Schacter hero roveral months ago.
nirio ami to shoot.
Tlio Mcgee Indoor Rifle club will
hold its regular shoot Friday ovo.
ntng at tisu at tno aiegce store, oitj
For ordinary bicycles when
equipped with motors a 3tie.passcn
cer trailer nas uecn invented.
mer Washington gardener, Witt
ought to star this year. The out
field as a wholo can give a good
account of itself, it it isn't run
ragged chasing hits.
Dugiiti Wasn't Wanted.
Tho outstanding star of last year's
team was Joe Dugan. Hut his sulky
disposition ruined him for Connie.
Mack let lilm go. Such n movo by
the management of a club with a
fighting clinnco In tho league would
have been panned. Hut for Connlo It
was a logical ono, Joo was not a
man whom Connlo could uso as a key
log in his new structure. Ho wasn't
oven a drawing card for tho Mack
men. Connlo hns a ball team with uni
forms, bats 'n everything. But Con
nlo' is not kidding himself into tho
belief that he has yet found the
foundation for another great ma
chine, so ho'll Juu ramblo along
again, giving his youngsters more
schooling nnd sorting out tho culls
New York Team
Jumps to Front
In A.B.C. Doubles
TOLL'DO, Ohio. March 23.
Chris and Barney Splnclla of Now
York city, today came within 10
pins of breaking the world's two
man bowling record by rolling 1,336
In tho American Bowling congress
tournament here. Tho record nt
1,346 was established by 0. Sartorl
ous and W. Holzschuck of Teorla.
at Qrand Rapids, In 1917. .
The Splncllas landed In first nlaco
in tho event today.
The Urgent ecoro ever bowled In
a nine-game series, nccordlng to
availablo records, was that of Bar
ney spineua or kow vorg, inst nignt
and today in tho American Bowling
congross tournament here.
yplnella collected 1,993 pins, tak
ing the lead' in the all-events depart
ment of tho tournament. 37 points in
the lead of the former holder ot the
place, if. Stewart of Cincinnati.
Sptnella rolled with tho Buddo
stars Mast night and collected 633
pins. With his brother. Chris Hn -
nella, In tho doubles today Barney
roiled 714, tno necond lilgncst jree
throe games ot tho tournament and
In his slnglosho found tho pins for
h 630 count.
Ilehl for Husband a Death.
SHAWNKK, March 23. Mrs. Mat
tlo (Joodln waa bound over to the
suporlor court today without bond
on charges of murdering her hus
band, John (loodin, hero March 11.
Her preliminary hearing lasted three
Assault Ca-o Trial Today.
SHAWNKK, March 23. l-tollin-Innry
hearings for I vol Brown nnd
Kmma Castcrwood, charged with
assaulting Officer W. B. King, will
be etnrted bctoro Justice Udwln
105 West Fourth St.
Blood, Skin, Kidney,
Bladder, Venereal and
Wasaermann Blood Test
flours 10 to 5 and 7 to 8
ty,"Rrmtriber A Nam I
oiytst silting ScsAi Ogarln At WerJ
Honeysuckle, Latest Sen
sation of Course, in
Honeysuckle, whoso laic ra.
turn to racing form has be. n th'a
nensntlon of tho matlnco r,ves st
Mld-Montincnt park for tho w
two weeks, will bo feen In a hen
Friday afternoon in a quarter nn,
event with somo of tho best sprinters
now quartered here. Night Can
I'oerless Haro, Wildest Dillon. Olive"
Cannon and Dutch Bergman win
furnish1 tho opposition for ionev.
1'rldny afternoon's prograri wni V
Includo a quartet of thi p. i.j;,u
quartcr-mllo races, ono at hr-..
sixteenths nnd another nt fh. -n.
teenths. In tho flve-slxtecti l, , "af.
fair Jolo Bay. winner of his liu ra.'e
over tho thrco.clghts cour-n. vuu
havo somo strong competition.
Oroatly Improved crowds i i.s
been turning out nt Mld-Continont
park slnco tho weather turned rff tn
fine and Friday Is expected to see
a continuation of this Interest l'ct
tlmo In tho oponer will bo 3 o , tr i-k.
Dog Race Entries
Klrst rnne. nnran tri nnnn,.., .
mile Cody, Kdlth Cantrip, i.inv
Iee, Cheerful Moments, Cl.ua wild
teenths mile Doctor Hare, Clara
Hamon, Botty J, Woodrongcr, iiy.
iiik umiii, jit-aKers iauy.
Third race, purse $30. one-fo-jrth
Kid Knot, Dorantc, Oknnn, Holding
Kourth race, purse $30. one-fourth
mile .nntnh llui cmin fit..... f--
non, Wildest Dillon, l'eerlees Hare.
iioncysucKie, .MEiit uap.
Fifth race, $40, tlirec-.ilxtc-nth
mllo Playfellow. Jolo Bay, So .one
Dick. Friendly Fox, Oakland Han
nah, Foaming Creek.
Sixth race, purso $30, one-fourth
mile Hltkuni, Fern Cannon. Canni
bal King, Tulsa Olrl, Bla. k Ja 'h,
Peiroleum L. Honors
Transcontinental team of the pe.
trolcum Bowling leaguo annexed th
leaguo championship Wednesday
night by defeating tho O. 1' & It.
team in two games of a three-game
match. O. 1'. & B. had won thi
first half of tho split season nnd
Transcontinental second. No large
scores wero mado, but tho Transcon
tinental hit moro consistently.
1st 2d 3d Total
Donohon .... 130 161 145 43S
Campbell ... 162 191 17fi l.s
Moscr 109 173 Uti 4t
Rrlggs 1D3 148 li.3 &(
Algers . 1G6 153 103 4G2
Totals ..... 710 810 813 I.SCJ
O. I. It.
1st I'd 3d Total
Sheets . ..... 138 136 1S4 A
Bicl 166 160 139 46
Orlffith .... 163 182 11') r
Blnard 168 132 127 US
Young 137 190 115 f.i
' Totals .... 726 801 705 2:!!
Oil Alan Coaches Baseball Team.
TONCA ' CITY, Mar. h .1
Twenty-flvo high school boys n a
trying out for tho Ponca Ci'v high
school team at the present time
under tho coaching ot John S A -corn,
president ot tho Alcnrn OH
company and vice president of Hie
Mnrland Oil company. Al"'nrn was
formerly a baseball plajer nn cham
pionship high school teams and !a
independent circles but novr en
tered tho professional ranks. WHS' "i
Kygnr has been elected captain if
tho 1922 team.
Her70g to Conch Army Team.
riALTIMOBE, March 23 -i 'ha.'ri
llorzog, former ma.lor tragus
star, has signed a contra t t.. b
coach for nil tho baseball rnn in
tho third nrmy corps area th s eei
son. It was nnnounced ,
Our complete lino of ,,r
equipment is absolutely the
largest In tlio southwcM
I Clubs, set of 5, $12 50 up
Caddy Bags, $3.00 up
Golf Balls, 15 styles 50c up
English Golf Hose for men
and ladies, $2.00 up
Golf Caps, not just cap
$1.85 and $2.85
Golf Clubs, $2.50 up
ExcIusUc KlKirtlng Goods
510 SOUTH MAIN