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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1922
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Morvich, Block's Wonder Horse, Wins Kentucky
FAVORITE TAKES
EARLY LEAD AND
IS NEVERHEADED
Bet Mosio Comes Across
Tape Ahead of John
Finn by a Head
I.OUISV11.T.K, Ky.. MAy 13
Morvlcli. iinconuii'TPd tin a 2-ycnr-old,
Is tlin winner of til J60.000
Ktnlin ky derby.
Tho brown son of Ilunnymdo
llymlr, running trim to form, won
tho evrnt lit n mllo nnd n quarter,
til a field of 10 stnrtsrs today heffir
n rccord-bronking throng of 70
000 spectator, the largest crowd
that iver witnessed thu running of
trio liluo ribbon ovent for 3-yenr-uIiIk.
Mnrvloll. tunning his f'tKt race
ns ii 3-year-old, triumphed over 111
best, field I hut the iiutlun hnd to
mjjhI against him, nnd won for Own.
eF lleiijainln Wni.k, the New York
spoilsman, tlCTTS ntiil 7,00 worth
of K"I1 plito In tho Hum of 2:01 3-r.
Hchlnd Morvich wan lift Music, H.
It, Ilrnd H-y.'n entry, trailing tho
victor by two lengths. John l'lnn
rtiil thlnl In thn villi, Just a neck
liijlilnil lift MokIc Blx thousand dol
lars went to Mecnnd place, whllo
.Iiijin l'lnn nnd Deadlock, tho third
nttil fourth horses drew down 13,000
nt)l 11,000 respertivoly.
T 1'nlil CoihI Odd.
ilorvlch paid tho surprisingly
gifod oddn of $ 4.40 to win In the
intitucl. (4.40 to place nnd 1.1.30 for
n-43 ticket. Tho inuttiol prlooH on
JIl Monlo worn 92.00 and (2.70 and
Jil.tSO on John Finn.
.Hpecdlng Into thn lend Just nfter
thfi start, .Morvich mndo every post
a .winning post nnd ho upparontly
navcr wiih In danger.
Jlo nccoptnl uvory challenge from
tlit fluid try I Hi; to defont him. Tho
colt was ndmlnilily ridden by Albert
Jolinsou nnd carried 12(1 pounds. -
My Play, a full hrothor to Man
o'jWar, staggered into fifth place,
wth IltoriniiM pulling up In sixth
position, Hurt Hitler waw seventh
, mid fur hark wan Htnrtle, tho great
Jtivenllo filly of 1921, with lly Uosh
eighth. Ilusy American, another
Jlradley entry, (lid not finish. Tho
Injured log of tho llradley iitnr failed
to.' wlthstnnd thn ntrnln, Tho colt
liroko down rounding the first turn
nnd wan pulled up an tho flying field
sped on In quest of tho premier
liinors of tho turf.
My I'lny Off First.
Jocl:ey HobliiNnn, riding My Plnp,
allot Into th lend as tho barrier wan
nprung. Ilohlnd him thundered Mor
vich with tho rcat of tho field fisht
lng for tho pneo and watching thu
two lenders. Fifty foot from thu
Mtftrt Jockev Johnson urired Mnrvlrli
into th'o lend and It vn evident that
tho creat colt would retain It.
jMorvloli, running with mni'vclnus
pace, mndo thu turn Into the fltiotch
without losing n. foot and straight
ened nwny for tho run to tho wire.
Jtet Moslo began to ahow a hurst
ot Hpoed, closliiK tho pop between
liUil nnd Morvich. Jockey Johnson,
of) Morvleh, know hn wna In for H
ri(ce, and ho laid his faco down
against tho steaming neck, shoutlim
words of cncourni;eiuent to tho
horse, but nover niiplyliiK the whip.
JTIiern whh ii roar from thousands
of; thronta and iinother derby had
liflHHod Into history. Owner lllock
rUshed down to tho JudKex' stand to
rdnirriittiliito Jonkey Johnson, fol
lowoil by Vrod Iturlew. fnniniis
trolner of tho colt, who tenderly
patted his charge. Mr. lllock from
njliox near tho finish, watched tho
r.iuo ot IiIh aiiiierhoi'Ke. which won
IlKi.OOO In pursus In IiIh 11 victories
Ifl'Kt year. Atf tho horse started tho
racp, lllock climbed on n ehnlr. Ho
ti'lod to HkIU a clKiir nnd failed. HU
Hindu trembled so that tho match
ivnt out. AVhen Morvlcli idini'Ked
liiiirer nnd nearer to tho finish lino,
lumiliiK easily, lllock Bhouted:
"Morvich, old boy, you'ro catlmt
i no KTotimi, Hold it nil tho way.
lllock was still shouting when ;
crowd of ndmlrc.ru seized nmi rnrrloil
lilm throutch tho thousands ot per
boiis pacucn jn iront ot tho alnnd.
Sjapulpa Yankees
jXake Fast Affair
1 From Hutchinson
K.oUI In Tlia 'Werlit.
IIUTC1IIN8AN, Knn., May 13
Bfu-ncy Clevoliiuda Snpuliii Yanks
minio it tnreo in ii low horn today
tuning tho third of tho ser es S to
71ln an oxtni Inning affair nnd In
winch riapulpa continued tho mill-'
uornun iiiiiiug that has lieeu
Mature of their first road trip.
r-onii-H (louiiio in uio tenth, nfte
Funic had lived on u Hutchinson
error, brought In tho winning score
ntld gave tho Oklrihomaiis throo
atr.iight.
JJomon'n home run In thn fifth
liming wiiu inn sncKs crowded ga
tno locals a lead of ono tally but
tlfo Tunica enmo back In the ninth
with two innricorH nnd tho co- nt
was lied when IIiitchlnon scored
In tho snmo frame. In the tenth
tlin visitors put over aunlhor nnd
tcorni. linrney Clevoland's triple
iiccoiintciP for Sapulp.-i s scores In
tile ninth nnd Captain Decker's
homo run in thu same period tied
trjo game.
Miller, Tank first baseman, fat
tQnoil his batting nvorago and oh
tutned his third circuit smash In thn
Hutchinson series when ho eased
tile horsehldn over tho fenro In fio
fifth with buses empty.
I Snllnii Is Kninthcrcil,
ISAia.VA, Kan.. May 13 -Ilartles.
vlln had llttlo trouble today in do
renting Hallna 10 to .1. Sallnu scored
ti-ICi off four singles in tho open
log Inning nnd led noill thn fifth.
biit llumtihreya recovered after tho
first and pitcher good ball. Ho
cleared tho bases In llie fifth with n
tripio.
tticoro by Innings: H. H. K,
nartlCHVlllo 000 040 33010 10 1
Hullllft 200 100 000 3 10 3
Batteries: Humphreys nnd Wiley;
Ijrltt. Lundgrcii, Knight nnd Klovo-
0iw, Clngg.
1 'IV..M.I.H Vli'lor.
TfilMMv-A. Kan.. May 13. Topekft
lilado a clean sweep of tho series
with the leaguo leaders by defcntlliK
,,.rf.,ivlll hern I mill V. 4 to 1. All
tii., Toiiekii ruiiH wero unoartieil nmi
nino In tho third liuilnt on two
TEE ami GREEN
Willi tho warm weather of tho
pnat week tho Country club links
havo been crowded with Kolfnrn
who nro beslnnlnR to limber up for
tho alronuoiu sonaon ahead nt tho
local club.
Dozens of women nro tumlne out
rach week to et Into form for thn
tournaments which will h held hero
and over tho statn III 1922,
If. O. (Iwlnnuii and H. C. Canary
won a fast match from I). C. lloth.
well nnd J. U Hhakely over tho
wiutli coiirsu at tho Country club
Tliillsday. Tho match was tho ro
suit ot (i (jamo of "parlor koU" at
thn I'etrnleiim club last weak nnd
the playern decided lo turn from
conviirutlon to drivers and Irons. It
was ii "Iwq points ii hole" affair,
Mr, (Iwlnnup turned in u low score
of 76, 1). C. IKithwoll 80 whlln
Canary and Hhnkely namo In with
88. A luturii match has been ar
raiiBcd. Jim ICnnnedy has turned In tin)
low scorn so far thin svasou when
hn went over tho IX holes with 73
blows Just flvo over par, Tho
Tulsa phtnom has bean pl.iylnu n
Komi k ii n m tnwi sprniK' nmi looxa
like n lepenter iikhIii this year.
1). C. llothwell Is nlnyliie a con
slstunt ttamo around thu 7C mark.
A dozen ladles were out nu tho
cotirw yesterday. Amonir tl play
ers wero .Mrs. n, it. 1'crry, .vira.
Winston Henry, Mrs. II. II. Henry
of Chicago, and Mrs. (leniun Han
son, I'liairmnn of thu ladles tournn
menlH Inst year.
Mrs. If. I.. I-'ltzKorntil, Mrs. It, M.
Collins, Miss Mock nnd ituent and
Miss Hheppard of Clilcaxo, who Is a
Kiiest of Mrs. Clinton .Monro, wero
out Krldny nfturnoon for a fllKht
over uiu south course
Phil Messier, club Instructor, n
working from morning to night
theso warm days, Jock Collins, club
pro, .iya.
Thn first nlno holes nro practically
ronuuoieii and win no in rino con
dltlon as soon as tho grass gctii i
good start.
A new caddy system will ho in
stalled at the cluh within tho next
week or ton days, with thn nrrlval
nf n caddy master fioni tho Philadel
phia. Cr duct club. Thn radi v svh.
torn has always been moro or lews
n sourco or troilliln hero nnd golf,
ers will welcomo tho new (HKnnlzu
Hon In that dopnrtmnut.
Heth Klly of Now York City, hut
iiirmoriy or tuihii, was out on tho
iiiiks rrioay.
Hovernl Important rulings havo
been handed down this spring re
garding tho gaiiio ot golf. Of the
changes which havo been effected
this year, two stand nut nlinvn nil
tho roM. Tho reduction In noiinllv for
nut'OMiound Is n wholo volumn of
goon newa ror tho run nf tho plny
r. whllo tho return to tin, tvmln
win innKo ine playing 0r tho greomi
a xreiii iieai moro nirrictilt. .
The ruin nnnnllzlntr n ntnver
slrokn and dlstancn for allclnir
nut of hounds has long boon re
garded ns too aovero ami many clubs
havo refused to recncnlzn It. An.
cording to tho recommendation ot
tho U. 8. (1. A., when a golfer
shoots out of tho country from tho
ico no. Micron- urines inn imi i,,.l,
to thn too and Ills next strolo. will ln
two Instead ot three.
I'Or SOnsOIIS Without nmnliee llin
atyiulo question baa been argued pro
nmi nun unit i wnn o mnirnzlon
might bo filled with Mm ,ll-.i..l....
of tho fairness of n stymie, Its ele-
nirni or iuei ami whether or not n
stymln Im tho paradox of ft hazard
on tho putting green.
inn introduction of tho stymie on
tho local links will be snmnwhat of
an Innovation to tho golfers hero
abouts, as It has nover been used In
me luiiriinmonifi.
Although tlin dneeen Imu nnl l.nmi
received at tho local clnlw, It Is ccr-
iiiiii i0 on uiKon up hero when tho
Western takes action.
.Many of tho lendlnt- pnlr.r. n.,,i
nsplrnnta will tnko up thn study ot
..... .i) mho nun mo nrt oi lining ono
" r mo inner with ft hllilirk.
Many Of tllO loluUm- irnlfn
como thn stynilo back after Its nb
senco of two sensons, nnd dcclaro It
m oiiii oi uio prottieai ohotn of tho
green.
Sapulpa Runs Await
With County Meet
Hpfelsl tn Ths Wnrld.
HAPI'I.PA. Mm. luvirnii t ,
high school team today ran nway
"iiij- uiiseoaii loiimn'
ment without ever seeing thn Oil
ton clan, by beating Shamrock 7-3
in u hard fouuht un me.
In tlin enrlv rnim.lM Mnnnin. ,ir.,...
a bye ' from .Mniiuford ami Kollyvlllo
.....i ..iiiiiiii iik uiiuiiuniod otlton by
the nverwhelnilnir Menr.i 1 J It. i
Hex Thnmas' he.iv.. .i,t,.,.i...l
Tigers' pitching featured tho gamo
for the championship,
.. jl,m,,l,ft Hit. grndn school
, . "iii ii i im nanuipa nosed out
nhend of K efer R.7. it. ti, ..i
roiimla JCIefoi- ilofeatcd Mllfay 15 to
. ...... i iiii urrw a (I (ii ii 1 1 from
,J'.,),!'.'.',k,:v l'lglits ApiH-arniici..
.mu.waukkk, May 13. Charles
... v,uuiiHKiy, preslUent of tho Chi
cago Whit,, hox, will not appear In
court hern lo nimuer nin,nnu -..i.
. .....I ,.y ,,Hrnr (Happy) IVIsch tn
i - o U '.1 r(irnv,'r lck "'lory f""
tllO Sox. f Ills ntlnnievu .
It. Cleorgo II, llndnnli. allorney for
Comlskey, said hn would go before
. . . nu jmiiko uregniy tin ny pro
pared n f e it ibn i.. ,J .
order directing Comlskey to nppenf
walks, two orrors. two bits nn.i
sacrifice. Harwood and Pierce worn
uoiii in imo lorm.
Mcoro by Innings: It 11 1
Coffeyvlllo ..ooo Ooo nin l i i
Topekft .....004 000 U0x 4 Ii !
Ilntterlos: Harwood and Hunts
Plercu and llvmi.
Ti'sUo Too Much for .Mcta.
INDHPllNDKNCi:, Kan., May 13
jesKO neiu .viusKoget) to thruo wiuo
ly scnttorod hltn today and Indeium
dauco won tho last gnmo of tho sotlca
3 to o.
Hcoro by Innings, It. 11, K
Muskogeo... 000 000 000 0 J
iMiliinemlnnen 111(1 (lllll llllx 3 H
lliitlerlei WIlllaniH and vNlclmls
Tctko and Fiomme.
A PINCH OF
VKCS A ClA4tJlKci i-.
sS S -b' v v"- Air t-QVlGK. v. sJ2J
rJ" 5". cV-VlV"'! 1 JW- UMUMVTEO.To Ko TGMWEY '..cN
"Vi L 't- 1 II U 1 .
'lift 1)0" 2&&C' ' t. 5 "
J o""'r. is" - Western Associaiion
itoiiKitT i:i)t:ui:.v.
Nicoln Tcsla, famous inventor of. the wireless, says that in
the future electrical energy can be sent through the air for
power, liKht,iiiK and innumerable other .purposes, anyone
can afford a pocket sending set and talk to his friends
around the world, television will enable you to sit in your
parlor somewhere in the United States and sec a thirsty
gent tip up a glass of hootch in Australia, airplanes can bo
supplied with power and directed from the home office,
flying without pilots.
Automobiles won't need drivers,
ns they can bo steered by wireless.
If you want power for anything nil
you'll need to do will bo press a but
ton and get It out of tho ntr. Ton
can dliecl that power wherever you
want to.
When Tesla's drenms como truo
what a cinch It will ho to bet on
Uio ponies) You alt In tho dark
nmor of tho grandstand and turn
vour television over to tho start and
atuh the horsn your Jack Is on.
Hi mny ha a bad runner and come
llong hack In tho dust. What ot It?
In tho last eighth nt a mllo . Hp
your hand Into your pocket and
press tho power button, at thu same
tuna directing It nt your borne a
hind legs, nnd then loll bunk In tho
rhulr nnd watch him galloping
home, power-driven, nt tho rate ot
mllo a minute, rress nnother but
ton and thn coin flips nut ot thn
bookie's cash box and files through
thn air to your pocket.
Clout girted by unturo with largo
mil no i, but nn Indolent dlspoaltlou
want to break Pat ltyan's world's
liammei -throwing record. Steps
Into tho ling and gently swinging
thu hammer lets It go and dropping
ins r:gnt linnu 10 the concealed
power director under IiIh belt bucklo
shoots tho Julco after tho Hying mis-
sit. It gathers speed and scoota
over tho grandstand, Tho officials.
using their television, locate It In nn
adjoining field, mid tho measured
throw Is 417 yards, displacing tho
ISO root 3 Inches negotiated by Dig
Pat without tho aid ot science.
Unco AiittH, Play Coif nt Saiiio Time.
Hay C. l'iwry holds tho worlds
standing broii Jump record with 11
feet I 7-8 laches, nay lias retired.
nu is a scieniuiu cuss, 'inning up
tho Tcslu theoriim ho decldca to
como back and Jump a little. Hay
hops Into tho nlr from tho tnKcotr,
presses his left llttlo finger against
a aplko In his right shoo to turn on
tho atmospheric power nnd gets a
boost that shoota him over tho hend
of tin official measurer holding tho
outer end ot thu tape. When tho
astounded official turns around ho
finds that Hay's heel marks nro
dented 'deep In tho enrth Just 47
yards nnd 3-16 of an Inch from the
takeoff a new world b record that
will stand until some other Jumper
becomes as scientific us Hay.
Now wo change tho scene to Hov
erly Hills, nu oasis In the outskirts
of I.oa Angeles, Tommy Milton,
American chamnlon auto racer, is
standing in Ills garage pondering on
whether ira worm wnue personally
to conduct his powerful rnclnjc car
In tho world's championship rnce
that afternoon at tho. Beverley Hills
track, where all tho-greatest pilots
ot tho earth nrd gathered for the
test.
Tommy has been studying out
Tesla's universal power wnvo and
linn mndo a little box containing a
mysterious combination of wires,
which ho linn attached tn his steer
ing wheel nnd his engine. Tommy
would llko well enough to drlvo In
the race, but ho has nn engagement
lo piny golf that Hfternoon at tho
Pasndenn chili. Hn decides In favor
of tho golf. Hut that doesn't mean
he'll miss winning thu racu with its
nuu.uuu purso,
A moment after his decision his
powerful racing car whoops It out
ot tho garage uudnlown the load to
SNOW AND
ward the track. Milton Isn't In tho
car. No onu Is In It. Milton Is run
ning it on a power wave. Ho has
his television glass at his eye to
watch (Jlo car'H progress, anil by
turning n lover attached to his
watch fob hn directs It around cor
ners nnd through traffic until It
roaches tho track and Is lined up at
tho sinning mnric.
A .IllO-Viird Ilolo In One.
Thru hn picks up his golf bag nnd
hikes for Pasadena. Two hours
later wo son Milton stnndlng on tho
ninth too with Archln Andrews. Ho
ban tho television glnss on his cyo
ngaln, and nervously fingers the
lever on his wnteli fob.
Down nt IJevchley Hills track Ills
poworful racer Is Just scooting ovor
tho finish lino, winner by is miles,
and no ono In tho car. Through thu
glnss hn aces thnt tho other pilots
nro wildly protesting, but ho knows
ho hns tho rnco won hecnuso ho enn
prove ho drovo his own car, oven if
nu wus is nines nwny.
Tho raco Is off his mind nnd hn
'.urns his attention bnck to tho golf.
Andrcwa, who hna been driving nu
nverago of 320 yards. Is kidding .Mil
tn about his game. Andrews knows
nothing about tho power wnvo and
lest about television, lie offers to
bet Milton (K00 on tho length of tho
next drlvo ami another J500 on the
hole. IMIton accepts.
Andrews drlvca his customary 320
ynrds and grins cheerfully. Milton
steps up to tho tee. places his ball,
waggles his driver, nnd slips tho
telovlslon glass over his eye. Ho
nits tno imn. tho niutn lioia at
Pasadena Is H30 yards and uphill.
As the ball starts Milton puta his
hnml into his right pants pocket and
presses a button concealed in a pauta
pocket aerial power control appar
atus, ono of Tesla's latest Inventions.
is thn ball Is hit by tho power
current It takes a mighty hop nnd
rapidly soars toward thn green, With
his telepathic vision Milton watches
the pill and ns It Is crossing the
flag ho presses ft vertical drop but
ton and directs It down Into tho cup,
"Ilolo In one," ho says tersely to
Andrews. "That wins both bets."
Andrews Is Incredulous, but on
hiking to tho green he flnda Milton's
Initial-marked ball reposing in tho
cup nVd draws a check for $1,009.
011 tho spot.
"Ain't nature wonderful" says Mil
ton. thinking of the power waves.
"It beats thn stock market," says
Andrews, thinking of his thousand
plunks.
A Tonchdmui n Minute,
We could gu on. but why? When
Tesla's personally conducted power
wnvo is perfected 1110 college coacn
with the greatest aerial pull will bn
nblo to send his football team
through for a touchdown a mtnute.
mllo runners can scoot a mile In tho
same time It takes Charlln Paddock
to run a hundred yards, weight
throwers enn heave a hammer In
Celtic park, Long Island City, and
hnvo tho throw measured from
whero the mtsslln falla on tho Chi
cago Athletic nssoclatlon field, and
then drop ono on the Olympic club
grounds In San Kranclsco for n new
record. A flivver can go nround thn
world on tho smell of tho gas In nn
empty tank, Harry Oreb run swing
a punch In Jersey City and knock
nut Jack Demiisey In Paris.
And there nro somo people who
1 nunc uio w 01 id stands stun
THEN! ,..,..,., . MMBy Edgren
DY AID of A
MICToe irtccrrs ,TE
F3o WtO glH AT pAyt,lN
Bill Friel Home
Sunday Morning
AfterTrip North
Hill l'rlel. business manager of
tho Tulsa llnseball club, will return
homo Sunday morning nfter a swing
around the northern loop of tho
Western league circuit with Manager
I.ellvclt and his Oilers. Hill expect
ed to atart for Tulsa directly after
scolng tho opening gamo of tho ser
ies In Wichita fj'nturdny afternoon.
Nothing wus heard from I'rtcl
whllo ho was In thu north suvo that
ho was protesting tho gamo lost In
Donver hocauao tho Denver auuad
numbered 20 men In violation of
tho Western longuo rulo that not
moro than 16 players could bo car
ried after May 1.
President Crawford or tho Oiler
was out of tho city Saturday, but
Is expected to bo In town Monlay.
Whether tho Oilers lire likely to
get any nuw pitching strength wh'ch
followers ot tho team believe Is
needed, may bo learned after l'rlel
and Crawford get home.
Harvard Dcfcnts Villi'.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 13.
Harvard defeated Ynlo In their nn
nunl truck and field moot In tho
stadium this afternoon. Tho point
acoro wns Harvurd, 70 and 13-15;
Ynlo CI 2-15.
Hilly Burke, Harvard's atnr run
ner, won tho mllo run handily and
then camo back to win tho SSO-yard
dash.
Missouri Hoots Oklahoma.
NORMAN. May 13. Thn univer
sity of Oklahoma track team met de
feat nt tho Manila or tno rnlverslty
of Missouri when tho Tiger cinder
siiund Invaded Sooner territory for
a dual meet on lioyu hold ncio
today. With nn aggregation nf 19
men tha Missouri sipiad toro through
tho Oklahoninn ranks, piling up a to
tal sVoro of "0 points ugalnst 47 for
tho Sooners.
"GOODYEAR"
MEANS
GOOD WEAR
Foratcr-Davis Motor Corp.
H15 South .Main
Osngo into OMigo INIO
B 'IW .1 l"aVH3BMBgB3g
I IiLTS TRADE SMILES
and :o
"SMILIN'
THROUGH" 1922
GREYHOUND
RACKS
Mid-Continent Park
Six or More Races Nightly
8:30 p. m. , '
Except Sunday
Races afternoons Sunday
at 3 p. m.
Admission 75c
Take Sapulpa Car or
Red Fork Electric Cars
Direct to Park.
Turf Classic by Two
Pimliuskii Wins In Ninth.
OKMULOEt:, May 14. Salzar'e
tripio In tho ninth inning scoring
Schuinakcr who had doubled en
abled tho Indiana to defeat tho lo
cals lioro today 6 to A. In the sev
enth Inning Ted I.lpps made a homo
run -.coring Hurtson nnd tying the
score but the hard hitting of the
Indians, coupled with a bau pair
of crrora by Olson, wero too much
for Albaiicso nnd tho latter lost tho
game. J. Johnson was relieved in
t in seventh by liaiy who nnisnou
tho came, Pnwhuska acorcd her
first runs In tho first Innlnc follow
lng 11 single, a triple und a sacri
fice fly. -
Scoro by Innings: II It E
Pawhuska ..200 200 0026 9 1
(Ikmultren ..000 000 40004 7 2
Ilattorlcs: Baty, Johnson nnd
Bpcllm.m; Albaneso nnd Smith,
Joplln Makes It a Pair,
.mrt.iv. Mnv 13. Jonlln tnado it
a. pair over Springfield by taking
ono of tho best games on uio iocui
field this voar. 7 to3. Vor six In
ning" it wus a pitcher's battle, tho
Midgets falling to get a blow off
Adcock In tho first sex rounds. They
bunched throo In the soventh for two
counters. Tho Miners bumped
Downing savagely In tho eighth and
won thu gamo.
Renin liv Innings: It, II. E
Springfield.. 000 000 2013 6 1
Jonlln 011 000 14x 7 S 2
Hatterles Downing and Prlcet,
Adcock and Street.
Twin Tnko name.
I-'ORT SMITH, Ark., May 13.
Fort Smith took tho second gamo of
the series from Ilenryetta 4 to 3,
llcnryetta took tho lead In tho first
of the fifth on nn orror by ahortatop
that let In two runs, but two crrora
by Crny In tho last half, a. sacrifice
fly and mist a steal ot homo restored
It to Kort Smith nnd thoy wero never
headed. Jlrndbury lilt for three .bags
In the eighth and Daniels scored
3 '
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him. Cray outpltched Ilarlo but hia
errors wero costly.
Score by Innings:
llcntyotla ....000 020 0102 7 3
l.Wt Smith 010 021 OOX 1 D :
Hatterles a ray and Minor; Ilarlo
and Itust.
Hnricstcrs Win.
wtn. Mnv 13. The liar
vcjters mado It two atrnlght from
MeAiestor i,v wlnnlnc today's game.
9 to .1. Carney nnd Tubor, both
MeAlestor Ditchers, wero hit hard
tho Harvesters gathered 19 hits dur
ing the gnmo. llurge, first baseman
for tho Miners, poled out two homo
runs. ,
Score by innings: R It Ii
MrAlester 000 102 000 3 10
Until 024 010 02x 9 19 0
Hatterles Carney. Tabor and
Aday; Abram and Diamond.
Lewis to Grapple
With Old 'Zib' in
Muskogee in June
MUSKOGEE. May 13. Announce
mnnt wnn mnilo todav that a syndl
cato headed by Jack Hardin, presi
dent of tho Muskogoo team In tho
southwestern league, next month
would begin to stago a series of
wrestllni and boxing bouts here,
Tho opening card will bo a wrestling
match between ua isirangierj
Lewis and Stanislaus Zbyszko, to bo
followed with a 15-round rjout do
tween Charley (Toung) Fltzslm
moiiH and Pat Walsh.
Jarhnukcrs Win Meet.
LAWRENCE, Kan., May 13. Tho
University of Kansas won the nnnunl
dual track meet with tho Kansas
Aggies here today by a scoro of 73
to 3S. Everett. Bradley, IC. U., was
tho Individual star, with 28 points,
Knnulna Won. Not Ixst.
Duo to a telegraph mistake
Tridny night Sapulpa was reported
to havo lost to Hutchinson 11 to 8
Tho scoro should have been reversed
Lengths
THIRTY-TWO CARS
ENTERED IN RACE
AT INDIANAPOLIS
Three Nations Are to Be
.Represented in 500
Mile Classic
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 1J,
Thirty-two cars havo been e, tared
in tho tenth annual 600-mlls Inter
national sweepstakes an' mobile
race to bo run at the Inilianapnl;,
motor speedway on May 30, It wu
announced today by T. 13. Meyers,
secretary and general manager of
tho speedway, Tho purso offered Ii
J50.000, with added money b'lns.
lng It to 1100,000, It was (aid.
Entries closed last Monday mM.
night, but announcement of 'ho of-
licini list nominn-ed ror tho event
was withheld until today. Included
In tho list of drivers are Tommy
Milton, 1921 A. A. A. chamnnn.
Howard Wilcox, Ralph Depalma
nnd Jules Goux, all former winner
oi mo local oveni. jimmy Murphy
winner ot tho 1921 French Orand'
Prix; Wallace Hold, motion plrturo
star, nnd E. C. (Cannonball) liaker
famous transcontinental motorcycle,
nnd automobile driver, aro others
who havo entered. Bakor, however
suffered Injuries In California yes
terday, shortly after starting a mo-
lorcycio unsn across the country
which may keep him out of the local
contest, according to reports.
American, French nnd Engllnh
built cars will try to qualify to start
In tho contest. Louis Chovrolet, dc
nlgnor of tho winners In 1920 and
is.1, nas nnmcu several machines
to comiioto ogaln this year.
. 'Drivers and cars entered In tli
raco ioiiow:
Drlvor. Cars '
Eddlo Hearno. . .Dlstecl Duesenberi;
Roscoo Sarles . I'rontenao
E. G. Baker Frontcnac
Peter Do Paolo Frontenae
Art Klein t. Frontenae
Ralph Mulford Frontenae
Driver unnamed Frontenae
Tommy Milton, .v. . .Car not named
i ranK uiuott Leach Special
Driver unnamed Frontenae
Harry Hantz Dticsonber;
Jules Goux Billot
DrlveV unnamed Ballot
Howard Wilcox I'cugeu:
Wallace Reld Duesenberg
Ralph Do Pnlma ......Duesenberg
Jack Curtnor . . . ... . . .Kronty-Forrt
C. Glenn Howard Fronty-Ford
I. P. Fettermnii Duesenberi?
W. Douglas Hawkcs...,....Bentley
Jules Elllngboe Duesenberg
jerry wonnericn uuesenDcrg
Wilbur D'Alono ., ..v.- Monroo
LTom Alley Monroe
I.ora Corum Monroo
Frank Davidson Do Welir
Jou Thomas Duesenberg
Piinnmed driver Duesenberg
W. II. Gardner Bcntz Special
Unnnmed drlvor Mystery Car
R. C. Durant . . .w.Durant Special
James Murphy Car unnamed
I
World's
Championship
Jack Britton
World's Welterweight Champion
Ta.
Morris Lux
of Kansas City
TWELVE ROUNDS
TO A DECISION
Roy Fisher
of Sluskogco
TS.
Jimmy
Fitzsimmons
or Fort Smith, Ark.
TEN ROUNDS
TO A DECISION
Joe Kid Spack
or Tulsa
vs.
Johnny Syrian
nf l'lttMiurs
TEN ROUNDS
TO A DECISION
McNULTYj
PARK
K:nn Sliarii
Monday Night
May 15
phono Osagv SOU nnil dUf
iiillk har. :iOI South Ml "'f11''
Oblige 2033.
.. ..III l.r. held
,o n-horviiuoii" ". ;.. 15-
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