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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1022
Brilliant Playing Carries "Chick" Evans, Western Title Holder, Two Matches
JIM KENNEDY IS
IN FIRST ROUND
F'ur Matches Left in
Play Great Golf
IIXCKEST COUNTRY CLUH,
SN'SAS CITT, Juno 23. Two
is of match piny In the western
.'cur golf tournnmenj today pro
i 1 como of the greatest contests
seen In any tltnl.tr competition
closed with sovornl sturs ellm
.i and eovcral others left In
through breaks In luck which
r when they seemed certain of
irrlson Johnston of St. Pnnl,
. stato champion nnd a popular
.to ti go through to the semi-
iast. ell heforo Francis
a yf Omaha after he soemert to
1- . the N'ebraskm well In hand.
, ' I'lurk" Kvans had two narrow
s hflng forced to go 21 holes
i .n.twtte fiddle Held ft St. Louis,
tnllliig Hob McKee of Uos
I until the youngKtora cracked
the strain after playing sen
i.'v at tho start.
..ther matches, went Into
h les and sevrrnl were not
l until the eighteenth green
i n hed.
Defeat Spread". Cloom.
n'a defeat nctually seemed
-end gloom around the club-
fur ho was one of tho most
ir entrants. After putting out
i raham of Wellington, Kan.,
! mornlnij In a well-played
' E . ". Mlnnesot.m seemed to bo
y , s no trouble with Gaines at tho
, Ha began hooking his long
! ii.cn. however, and blew some
r , nuts with the result that tho
i a shooter was 1 up by winning
vdtcenth and tool: the match
ho halved the last hole. John
f f-.emed bothered by the big
which shifted to him after
.i and McKee hart finished. The
l was not controlled and re-
j liv swayed back and forward
,i inson shot, seeklns to get a
I lew of his powerful swing,
t- .11 times he waited on the green
f i" audlenco to become still, but
: wed no inclination to nop and
i nt ahead and shot, missing
t ' mitts of three feet each.
co go von Elm of Salt Lake City,
winning hl 21-hole morning
i from Henry Decker through
: i i i 4ti-root putts wlicn he seemed
( ire "f defeat, started badly In the
e rd round, being behind Roubon
B...- Jr., of New Orleans most of
t,if way. Tho Trans-MlsslsMppl nnd
Vj i c northwest champion again
p. 1 through by a great comeback,
however, winning 2 and 1,
Hcrro.i lwmt OutuSet.
Dave Herron of Chicago, the for
me national amateur champion,
i i not have a hard day, although
r,e beat Itay Ouimct of Kansas City,
b oth'r of tho great Trancls. only 1
up. '-linnet had trailed most of the
way but' pulled tip near the end.
Hrron put out Eddie Limbers of
t Louis early In tho morning.
Ths western Junior champion, IJur
t i Sludge. Jr., of Chicago, went out
o' the eighteenth holo In the second
r and before Clarence Wolff of St.
I- u s 2 up, when ho conceded tho
h I" after helng faced with tho
ik c.-ity of holing a 20-foot stymie
t M'iro the match. Wolff's ball
hurir on tho Hp of tho cup. Mudgo
Iirev.iusly had beaten A. M. Hart
let , oitumwa, Iowa, three times
ri'o liamplon. In 22 holes.
As lr from tho throe extra holes
c" and a 33 on the flm 0 by
Frrd Wright of Los Angeles, the
mr.-t spectacular work of tho day
'am In tho game between Kvana
and McKeo. McKee, apparently be
mv.rj from tho morning game that
ha I'ad the champion off form, shot
j "rationally at tho start and soon
a onc-noio lean wtilca lio heia
Took Good Ilrcnk.
'h mado tho turn under par,
' ans was content to trail, iut
dal with Held, until n on'n-
ame. fpellnr- KllrA 1t mill. I
ir.tago of It. And that is Ju
tt 1 ' fappened.
r tho 30C-ynrd '1iar four, twelfth
uK'rs second struck a tree and
' ' d In a pit. Chick put his spc
O'lJ iuur feet from tho pin. McKeo
Jlrs'iy holed out In five, conceding
lI' k a birdie three and the match
wu quared. "Chick's" drive on the
ITS ard 1C was 10 feet from tho pin
r a par 3, but McKoo's drlvo was
n".ed well to the left und his pitch
M' lvn.1 nlinrr It!. I, no, .. .,,.
!i made Evans l up. Tho strain
y m h t0 bo, shownK. for McKee
thi, econd " "nl Pit and
J' i" t,nfVr. "", uLmo8t Impossible
back tO AlT f.,t frrm .J...
mi "u.n iu hie ipm rrnm inn ,n,t,
'n PU and lost the hole
Tc.ns 7; 1 Mini it. d.
" oil. Loaguo champion played
' ball at McN'uity park yester
afternoon and defented the Pan
anii in a HKht gnmo 7 to 6.
P. and It. aggregation led the
to the sixth inning when tho
nions were forced to stage n
run rnlly to sow up the game.
I'. mul It.
Ah It H PO A E
3 0 0 2 1 1
' ss ....
1 erman. It
t. 1-f ...
i.s. 2b .
' ' y.Sb fc
S IS 3 3
AH R Jt FO A
'k n. no i
0 1 2, 1
r an, 2b
i, lb 3
S' ''cf 3
JJ.''er, o 3
7 11 10 3 2
P "re hy Innings: It. II. K.
I 1 It 031 020 8 3
1CX irti inn 1 11 i
. "i marv: Two-banc hits Wli-
U U V 1 I
WdHams, Hudd, Wister, Kin-
r-ty Hays 6, 'iludd 4. Walked by
tiu'l 3 stolon bases Penny. Fill-
'oan, ATUter. Time .1:10. Umplro
no,cs at me bamo
The Saints met a terrific rnvwrse
In Tul, but by no means a finan
cial reverse. Far from It On the
contrary, they got more money here
than In any road series of the year.
The attendance for the four-game
fracas was 0,6?0. the visiting club's
share being approximately $1,500.
Two thousand and twenty-nine
fans nald to see the ntlnra h
Saints Wfdnesday In the closer, The
paid attendance at the other -games
of the series was: Sunday 4.S(!3. Mfln.
Ilay 1.G30 and Tuesday, which was
Indies' day, 1.39S. It wse the best
attended engagement of 1921 or 1922
Tulsa fan had only one renret
Wcdnesduy that Karl Adams was
nst ono of the St. Joe hurlors
bumped In the slugging ben. l'rob
ably Manager Wally Smith flguered
he was saving Adams for Oklahoma
City. Oiler rooters doped It out that
the lilg fellow was being saved
from" his former tcammaten.
Adams didn't even get on the
coaching lines Wednesday. I'otjlbly
je didn't like heing kidded about i s
golf playing proclivities.
"There's Hovhler now you'vo got
him you wanted him o bad."
That's what the bugs yelled nt
"Hugs" drover, the first time ho
eamo to bat. Monday whan the
Saints were lambasting our pitchers,
uroer ginned me giamiitaml nnu
tho Tulsa bench by shouting loudly
"Hugs.'' by the way, was a rapid-
fire pitcher yesterday. He didn't
waste any time stalling, trying to
doctor the ball. etc. Instend. he
tossed It over as fast a he could,
trying manfully to get the agony
through, with an little loss of time
Paddy Bauman. the lforo of Tues
days victory on offensive and In the
field, wound up Wednesdays cele
bration with a play nlmoU as re
markable as Ills spectacular per- practically paralyzes tho arm. iWhlle
forminco of the da? before Ilethe hold Itself l of little tise In pin '
Defate's bat nnd forced Fisher at
recond for tho third out, and the
tana delayed their happy departure
long enough to give him a big nand.
Lyman Lamb ran hog wild on the
bast-R. He went from first to third
on a bad throw by the catcher In
the first Inning. In the fifth1 he
scored from second while drover
jvas throwing out a base runner at
rirM. lteguiar -ry cono stun.
Three of St. Joo's four hits were
lucky. Defato bounced a Kjfety off
Hoe h or's bare hand in tlie Hcconu.
Georee deflected tho ball to Thomp
son who made n great effort to re-
tlro tho -runner and in Ills anxiety
throw hlch. Tony reaching pecond.
Urabowskl's singlo In the eighth, was
an easy bounder that hopped over
Stuart's head. Luke, barely manag
ing to toucil mo oail wnu nw ninve.
Olson's hit In tho same Inning was a
fly that Lamb at first misjudged and
then leaped for nnd couldn't got.
Lyman ordinarily catcher drives
such a this without a second
Threo of Tulsa's four home runs
were unique. Davis' clout cleared
the Midland Valley tracks. Stuart's
was caught by n spectator on top of
a bulldlnp beyond left field. Lamb's
hit the same minding just anovo ine
fence nnd bounced almost to tho
Infield, tho Saints trying to mako a
play on him nt tho plate.
Joo Honokltz, clean-up hitter of
the Saints, who hit two homo runs
and a singlo off Hoehler Sunday, and
ramu noar wrecking Tulsa's chnncea
In that game, looked like a butter
cup hitter Wi'dneFday. His flrsti ef
fort wa a liner that Hoehllir
knocked down and tossed to first
ahead of the runner. His next three
.were pop files.
Sapulpa Wins Last
Game of First Half
From Mets 12 to 11
SAPl'LPA. .luno 2S 13nrne
Cleveland's Saptilpnns put a few ad
ditional clinches on the first half
teason championship in the South
western league here this afternoon
by trimming MuskoRie 12 to 11 in
the final game. A ninth Inning rally
which netted four runs put. tho Sa
pulpa crew ahead by ono run.
t PO A K
13 0 0
3 2 1
1 n o
: ft 0 0
13 3 0
2 0 2
0 0 0
I 0 0 0
X24 7 3
I PO A E
14 0 0
! 1 2 2
I 0 0 0
2 0 1
10 1 0
10 3 0
10 0 0
I 2 0 0
I 0 t 0
I 27 Ul 3
itabbltt. cf .
Ilush, lb ...
Wetzel, If ..
cosldy, as ...
Totals 42 i:
Kelly. 2b &
Scott, cf 4
t.'llnnln. Pa G
Cleveland. 3b ... 3 2 n
Orlgshy, p-rf . i
Newashn. c t
Jefferson, p .... 1
Peterson, p ..... 0
Funk, rf J
Atchloy, p 1
Totals SS 13 13
x Nobody out wnen
runs were scored.
MUskOKCO .."32 "IS 00011 lu 3
Sapulpa ...001 025 004.-13 IS 3
Summnry: Thrce-haso hits Ivol
ly, Wohlstndor. Two-baae hits
Kelly, Scott, Grlffsby 2, Newasha.
Wetzol, Wohlstader, Struck out by
Bocdlo 6, by Orlgshy 1. Double
plnys Corgan to Wohlstader to
Rush. Willis to Kelly to Hoss. Bass
on balls oft needle 10, off Corpnn
3, off Grigsby 3. Passed lialls No
wnsha. Ilonlfer. Wild pitch Ilee..
die. Time 2. fmplres Wormck
ICnld Wins in i;ioi'iuh.
HKNHVKTTA. Juno 2S. Jelsm.i
vcnltened in thn eleenth ulldwinB
ftvn him whleh nnt fur two runs
and Hnld won todn bhiik- fiom the '
luials. 5 to 3, in ii ii i it's". .
got hla twenty-sccot d homo run.
Bcoro by InninBs: " '
Enid .... -001 001 0U 025 11 1
Henryetta 000 020 010 00 3 0 2
Hatterles uowan anu wui
LARGE CROWD IS
AT RINGSIDE FOR
Change Time for Daily
Workouts to 2:30
Champion Ed (Strangler) LenU
opened tip public training at the
Hotel Tuisa yesterday afternoon be
fore a large crowd of local fans. The
spectatoia were surprised at the ex
cellent condition of (he big mat
champion. Lewis appeared more In
trim than In any other appearance
In Tulsa. Drowned from his out
door work the big Serangler resem
bled the fiction type of cav0 man.
The workout was cnrrled on with
real hard tugging and pulllnBahd
after about 45 minutes of fast work
on the mat, the Strnngfer's partners
were unable to carry on any more
with tho big grnppler.
Owing to several banquet and
noonday lunches that have been nr.
ranged at tho , hotel the. time for
training has been chanced from
10:30 o'clock ,i. m. to 2.3f) p. m.
ueplnnlng: today Zybcr.ko will also
e Men In dally workouts at tho
hotel training quarters
one of tho Strangler's favorite
no'ds In yesterday's work .wn his
arm lock which was used so suc
cessfully to master Hinckley ih his
last match here. That Iowis i
relying upon this hold to make bin
attack against Zbyszko mor8 ef.
fectlve Is the opinion of several of
tho local mat critics who were pres
ent at the workout yesterday nftor-
nOfln. f'robnhlv nn At,- kAM I..
tho wrestling game Is more trouble-
insn mis arm hod which
nine the shoulders of an opponent
to the mat It so weakens his arm
that Itg uso is temporarily Impaired.
The Strangler after working nt
the training quarters went to the
plungo nnd spent several hours
FWimmlng. According to Lewis
there is no better exercise for n
wrestler, especially In warm weath
er, than 'a good swim, the water In
creasing the endurance without
(unking the muscles stiff.
Judging by the interest that the
big battle July 3 match has already
created, there is every Indirnthm
that McN'ulty park will be taxed to
capacity when tho Wrestlers step
on tho mat. While the advance salo
of tickets has been opened up but
two dnys, tho eale has already sur
passed all expectations Out of
town orders have started to como in
with a rush nnd undoubtedly many
hundreds of fans will Journey to
this city to witness tho battlo Mon
Hani to Handle.
With Zybszko performing at the
training quarters this afternoon tho
1ocd4 fans will get their first
glimpse nt tho Polish wrestler In
heavyweight division will compare
with, the giant role In physique
or strength. Zhyezko .lth a 67 Inch
chest, nnd Mantling only five feet
ten Inches tall, Is ono of the hard
est men to apply n hold on. The
body scissors hold which is in gen
eral uio by all tho present day
graplers, Is practically useless
against SShyfzkp. In order to get
nny offoctlve icsults with the body
scissors hold It Is nocessary to
straighten out tho legs for tho ef
fective leverage but on an opponent
with a body as large an SShyszko,
It Is Impossible to obtain this lev
erage. Other holds such as tho
hfinimerlock. toe liold and wine
locksr which nre more prominently ! the matter In tho same light us Mr.
used than other holds of tho game. Crawfmd. Hb told Husiness Mana
ar also hard to aplv upon an op- ser I'rlei of Tulsn. that he was op
ponent -with tho build of tho Polish posed to splitting tho pennant race
wrestler. bemuse It wn not usually dono In
Final arrangements regarding the leagues of the calmer of the West
tnUng of tho moving plulurua ofiein but said he .,uld not stand in
Monday night's match will be I the way If It was deemejl neeosstry
thrashed out today at a meeting ' f"r the cnod of tho league.
hetweon Jack Herman, manager of
7.bysy.ko, and the legion officials.
Considerable discussion has been
Involved over the porcentngo that
tho wreetlers nre to receive Hilly
Sandow. who pilots Lewis, has in
sisted that they get 60 per cent of
the pbtiiro riphts, but no agree
ment can bo reached until He-':ian
ngrees upon lermB.
Last Times Totlny
WITH HARRISON FORD
on tiii: STAOU
"From Syncopation to
Grand Opera" appearing
at 3, 7:30 nnd 9 p. m.
THE X-WPIXHTS OF ITDRAR"
Crawford. Dislikes, idea
but Will Consider II (.
, . for League's Good . . ..
lly II. V llllIIKii:WATI"H.
We'ie best let's split the tea-
That's the loud and long cry
emanating from the northern loop
rules as the Western league pennant
rats nenrs the half-way mark, with
Ht. ,l far out in fropt nnd Tulsa
and Wb hlta. two other southern en
trants brerlng along In second and
third notches, with a fighting chance
for ' he flag.
T nhunc and ttiegrann wirre
have been kettt burzlng the Isnt few
days ns the mngiihtes conferred ulth
each other and went over the situa
Nothing at all definite either one
way or the other ha developed, but
the proposition Is tieing seriously
considered. Itrlefly, the situation
seems to be about like this at pres
ent: Hero's the Wny 'llilng Mnnd.
Attendance has fallen down every.
where except st Tulsn and Ht. Joe's
long lead Is rutting It still more.
Owners of rlulm In the four nortn
ern town. Omiha. llenver, Bloux
City nnd Des Moines, ate nnnnlmous
In favor ol splitting the season into
two pennant races, elvlng St. Joe
victory nn.the first ami arranging n
championship post-season series ne
twocn the Saints and the winners of
the second half.
Owners of the southern clubs
even Including President Holland of
Oklahoma Cltv, whose team Is
down In the race are Inallned to
bo opposed to the proposition,
though they may accede to it for
the general good of the league.
The matter nrohablv will lie dis
posed of one way or the other by a
telegraphic vote neiore me enu oi
CrnnfiinP Is OppoMil,
In a nutshell, that Is a summary
of the situation. President John
Crawford df tho Tulsa club said
Wednesday that ho would not for a.
moment consider a spilt pennant
race except for the good of the
Western eagn which he, like the
others of the southern loop have at
"Wo nre nn in the race and I
firmly believe we will beat St. Joseph
out for the pennant If mo race iu
continued through tho season " tald
Mr. Crawford. "Wo nro drawing
great, and splitting the season would
moan that Interest would have to
be built up again.
"To split tho season nnd play out
tho present schedule would bo a
rank InJUHtlre to Tulsa as well as
tho other southern olubn. For after
tho present liomo stand which will
close-with the series with Wichita
we have only 23 more games to play
at home and about twice that num
ber on the road That would gie
tho northern clubs a big ndvantage
Would Hclso Schedule.
"However, if It ! decided that the
best interests of tho league will bo
served by splitting the season I
won't stand In the way providing
they will agree to revise the sched
ule. I will agree to it If they will
glvo Tulsa 37 gamcH at homo and
47 on the road which nmounts to
tho transferring of two series to this
cltv which now nro ticheduled cNe
where. Thld would still glvo thn
northern clubs the ndvantage, but I
will make that concession."
Officials of the Tulsa, club con
ferred with President Holland of tho
Oklahoma City club over tho phone
t Wednesday. Mr. Holland lookd nt
Clear the Skin
I Vnu'll In i uiuhlilii 1 1 t- iiilnr-
C ..i.i.. tt,.l...l .. tl. I l.t.t..
llllll- I. II . !,.. .'..-
Iiilt Jlliit hut from lull) .
"10 Nights Without
tfF''' f' J ut iKf tui went
tii . y . ti-
X f,- it arrir
Games for This
VU.M'l.ltS I CAIIt'l"..
WIi-ltlTA AT rt 1J. 4 IK OCLTK
M ,l h at nklsho'ns CM.
()fN M m.ci nt Lnver.
Slum Cit if ottnhs
I'thliif unit Mttirit.ir.
WICHITA M TI I.SA.
8t. Jnn-pti m Okiahmn Cltf.
! Mnii.a at txnahs.
M.nH t it v H ft ?
nation i, i i:mut.
gt Leiila at I'lttabursh.
ilroohihn at lt.iaiun
I'M I a.t-l r li i a at Saw Yuk.
oni th i urn.. 'tn4f,'1
I rld.ij xml totsntar.
Ht. Leuta at I'ltiatiurgh,
?ronkln at noaton.
MladelehU at .Saw Tork.
Cincinnati st Cnlraco.
IMUnn at l'ht 1'li'hl.
Nw TnrK at Wahlnf(on.
Only two gsme avhadutait,
Boat on At I'nliad.ii.iii.i.
Cleveland st St. Lnula
Only Inn aamra rtadulad,
Cleveland at st, !xul
New York at l'hllailrlU.
Intrnlt at Chli-afn,
UoaUn al Wahlnictnn. '
Jndlanapulta nt luiniu.
Mlloaukea at .St Paul.
Kanana city at Mlnnrapolta.
Ixiulavlll st Cnlninbua,
ltlilsy anil tntutilnr.
lnSiantills at Tnlado.
Mllfftukr at Mlnnaarnll.
Katitaa City at Hi 1'anl.
lAuiavlll at rnliimtiua.
1 n i,i;mii'k.
'riiurmln). Itlilur ml Sutunlax,
hhiavwporl at fimn Antonto.
Uallaa at llrami nt
4l"rt Worth st 'UivMtnn,
Wichita Pal'a al Hmiatun.
MIC IIMM sri'll.N I.KOtT..
No stnea arhiiluld
I'rliluy tiiil iltiinlny.
Itaitlravllla at Marulu.
rnffayvlllo at MiiaknA,
Tnpekrt at llulchlnann
In japandtnra at ttalma
i in mix AHHit'iAiin.v
nkmulgan at Jxpiln.
Mt.Uol.r at Sprlnflfl,l.
1'anhuiks at I ort Smith.
Unld at llanryclta.
frlil ly mul Snliir.l.ij.
Okmiilrm at Tort Rmlth.
MrAtrater at lUnrnlto.
I'ahuak at Joplln.
Klili st fcnrlniitlalit.
BHIDLlSIt, June 28. The Oypsy
Oil company baseball team defeated
the TJdnl Oti.fcii leiim here Bunday
afternoon. A passed ball with two
down being responsible for the
Tldal's only score. Wallace pitched
Apicndid ball; .1 bits being mado off
his delivery, striking out 13 batters
out of 32 facing him. Ho was op
posed by Johnson of the Pawhiisku
Western association team. Wallace
was given nice support. A feature
of tho game was thn slugging of Ited
ding, first .baseman of tho Oypsy
team, being credited with three two
baggurw and ono three-bagger in five
times at bat.
Scoro by Innings: It. II. H.
Oypsy -101 211 10212 12 2
Tidal 000 OQO 010 1 3 f.
Iatter!es-riyrsy, Wallace nnd
Ileddlng; Tidal, Johnson and Mont
gomery. Summary: Two-baso hits Iled
dlng 3. Lang. Threo-lwuri hits iled
dlng, Johnson. Struck out Hy
Wallace 13, Johnson 12. liases on
halls Off Wallace. 2, oft Johnnon 2'.
Passed balls Ileddlng 1, Johnson
5. Left on bases Oypsy 8, TJd.il I.
Hniner Wins (Jiimi".
IIAin'LU.SVn.LH, Okla., Juno 28.
Jennes' homo run In the tenth al
lowed tho Clnrkcmen to win tho
final game nfier errnss had allowed
tho Iteflners to tlo the score In the
ninth, ami the visitors retained their
plnco In third place at thu end of
the first half of tho season.
Hrore by Innings! It II H
Coffevvllln ..200 000 021 2 7 8 0
llartlesvllio ..401 OuO 000 05 0 0
Hatterirs - Wllllgrod and Hydo.
Humphrey and Wiley.
At 316-ts IMst Second Street
W. C. NOHHIS MOTOIt
RAM IS CO,
Phones Osage, 5300-1 2
nre coon "ninned In the bud"
without "doling" by me of
Owr 7 Million fan Uud Yearly
I'luyliiK tin I'lPk o' the I'li'liirtH
Trom 11 30 A. SI. to (1 30 P. Jt.
Doctor Ilalduln mkn every
mother in lii'lnic her daughter
The IlroiidtiiiY iiiiiiiacfiiiciit
mIIii m in iiiiiitiiinri- tliiit on iit-M
Mini. In v mul 'itiifiliiy iilt'lii
tlicro ulll I to it ImtliliiK beauty
...nteiit I. clil tin itic hiiii;i'
111m in I i .nil prize In K'dtl Mill I"
ci ii I" ii" nmt pcrft't tli
furtiiril oiunii Mtuidiiy nlfchi
mul m tin' w rii.ii murine I In
prt'tUctit bnlliliiK stilt WciliiCH
ilny nlulil I.ciiv; jour niiincs nt
thn box office.
MARK RACNG AT
iChoprCul Momenta Eaay
Winner in Feature
CUse finishes marked the grej
hmifid rscei st Mid Continent pirk
Inst night. From the fltst race,
I h flogs ran wall hunched anil the
events were deiMed In the final
, Cheerful Moment! was first off In
the feature rc and held the lead
throughout although Cyclone Plar
rn K fod raca nnd waa within
striking dlstanca all of the time.
Dog Ilac.a Results
Flrat rare, thte-slxteenih mile:
Shag nushmnn, 1st, Ii.it v 'line,
ind, (inoil Ne. 3rd Tuns i
t, Hiiiind, CMper and l'ea.uii
Young also ran,
RacoiKt race, one-quarter mile
I'lnkery PHirprlse. 1st: Home ro'o,
2nd; Spring Buck. 3rd. Time: 2-5.
Miss fladen also ran,
Tlllrrt raca, three. alxteenths mile:
Follow Me, 1st; Uettv J 2nd; Oin
non Ball, SrrJ. Time' 20 1-5. Posing
Ne,f Hllla Aflxtor and Msry 1".
l'ourth race, nne-rjusrter mile
Chettrful Moments, 1st, Cyt lone
Star, nd; l'lylng Stone, 3rd. Timet
87 4-5. Monument, Hilly Partmi
and Ooldy Moon also ran.
Fifth rare, flve.sliteenths mile:
Hard Luck V. 1st; Itosy Btnr. 2nd;
Frank Cabin, 3rd. Time: lit 4-H.
Dallas Steam, Hilly Cabin and Hand
some Huck also rnn.
Sixth race, three-slxteenths mile
OM Adsge. 1st; Joe Cantrip, 2nd,
Higher Hopes. 3rd. Time- ?ft
Shufflltig Wilnkle. Jenkins (ilft
and Atlngerle also run.
Seventh race, nne-nunrter mile
White Cloud. 1st; Hetty Pal. 2nd;
Dick Olnlr. Jr, 3rd. Time: 27 i 5.
Cicero, Mess o' Oold nnd Miss
Duck ulfio ran.
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Suzanne Runs Away
With Mrs. Ellis in
WIMllt.KI'ON, Fug, June t
Mile. Biusnne Leng'.en. woman
tennis champion of Franca, who
made her first sppnaranee in the
Hrltlah tent Is chn 'tiplonhlp tour
nament today defeated 'ier oppo
nent. Mrs Fills without giving
the latter a i Iiiiks to score a sin
gle point. The .esult waa s-O, s.fl.
Miss E'lrib-'h Kyan of Cslif..r
nla, defeated Miss Head today In
the first round of the all-conie d
Match Scores of Tulsa
Rifle Club Announced
The 1 1 , r tiln offlc lal mat' hea
of th Tulsa Itlfle rlm fii-i
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Hinted In or. up of fue malclioa by
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