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TTLSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922
Tulsa U Declares Holiday to Welcome Victorious Football Athletes Home 12 I. - Hi BAND LEADS BIG PARADE OF FANS AND GRID TEAM i Big Schools Wnul (iniue! With TuJmn After Defeat of Aggies ' tly I.. ! MTUMK. lbs elolden UurrU-MntK-Tiil m i vnaitya undefeated nxKlirnn mkkic Ruling WBS ln H great lleil.ni t ration Wtieti tHftT nrln-d I . k bume mi l) WadUeaiKv "i 1 1 ' t nliai rlefatliK I he glresi 'I'1 Ak irn IS tu 1" hi vtlmt In mlinlt'r i In f-.tiil.nl I riltlcn l b" Hm girii" iriini" ever iilnviil no a Ti f-ml mil field I iiimi-'llii i ty hi ' I ! ' Hm wa Hint Coaiii II M A' Ik i i .Mnajilion bad met and 1 fi it' d iIim Aggies -cti.impl'uia nf Hie miu" l iii year r1 tha lone ivoniiiroi .- i Ho'r M. MIIIIan and MIh Inifky 1 1 iv fiom l.vtitre polled!! by n 14 . r praeidi nl J. M, Gordon called Inn ip (iff Mini mora ttiiin Vvr iiuiiihiil students mill fonllull fall, Ik hImI lv n brnis band, greet eel the Tulsu lad" whin they nwung down from the Frisco early this morning. JViii No ITiiUi'. TuIm'h vP-tory wax 1111 fluke. The Trxu im, faced with dafant, tried every i unn lii iiift t lie fighting Hold nml Him It hill they rnulil lint pinirli uvrr Uir lulling points. Tbe lltnnx iif H great IihIi.i' --Ih" giintc-l ini played Ill-fin a TrxHH (iilr rrnw I iHiim In I he Hot few mlmifrn cf plav when I In' Annie Jiml Ihrce poln' lirlilml III Tutsans rushed Mm lull I down in their three-yard li-ie. Tlin roach Wide one nf lii' lending foot ImII nullinrltlce In Texas mill second lu mini' in iliu-i Uiik tfHiiifi In tattles, substituted hii entlie new bur for ih Mring "ml wiih worn nut id " hour's gruelling play. Hut tlio fr Mini oiinlil not nuivo llic bull im Ini 11 mid Tulsa took (ho hull on downs nml nunlcil nut of ilnuiror II vvuan thrilling ;iami, iniukri by flashes of hrllllntirn hiiiI grave Mm ile i-m. Tulsa completely pluVrd rlngi around thn Farmers, hut coetlv fumbles of JuilKinont ulnl faults rut down tlio Tetanus' olinn'r to mom Hm li if hum played flashy footha'l from the uonl go, nml thu huge crowd of 12.000 people applauded the Tulsuns In tlio hint fiuv minute of piny mi grcally that thu gamo won hilltrd until tlll utrtlllln wulllll qtllot clow i ctioiigh to iilhiw tlio pluyrra lo !iSi' thr rlKrmls. lliiiulradii of lerttriinu from i Imiiihcr of coiiitiu-rrc. C'lvi" clijlw. TiiImi fn us nml footlmll riitliulnt3 from nil ovrr tlio ntntn pourril lu no i.'o.rll Aehcr ufler hi vlclory that upset all dopo nhcrlif Many School Wmit liamrn. Tulmi unlvrrnlty took it IruillnK io Itlon In the foottmll worlil horo this year by virtue of thu Ulark ntict Oohl victory. Conoh Achnr, In Uln flmi Miir nt tho local ffuhool him placcil hl( ulhlntcn iftvay out In front nml put tho nchool lu with tho foremost iithloth cotitomlorH. Tim University of Allznnu, ncvernl Cnlirornia col li-Kcn nml innin'roim othor m hoolH In tliis nci'llon havo wlrnl Coach Ai'hrr far ponl-roanoii kii!' mil ifRiilnily chilulril Eiiinea for nrxt yrar Tho Tejum AkkIcvi itavs the l'ry Iiib Colonlon from Centro colloRe the mine train that defeated Unr varcl l.nt eaeon a druhhlni; by the icorn of S3 to II. On the AsKlo team that Tu!a fncril TiiNnlay wero o.Bht vcteriinii of tho Hnmo team that defeated "llo" McMllllan and lil.i playmiilen. The Agglca picked one of the rtronKMst teams In tho nouth lat year, woro doped to repent thrir brilliant record again thin year. As far n dopo gow Tillea la riding high. Tho Ancle urn picked to bent Texna. TexaM In Hiipponrd to bi alronger this aeanou thnn llonny Oivcn'e Boonerii and there you are. 1 lrl l.nwi nt hliulliim. If tradition had iiiiytliliic to do with tho Texna A. & M. same. Auher'a Onlden Hurricane would have been out of the running from the atari. Thero wan . eort of legend that the farmer could not be beaten on tho Dalian Fair park atari him Cor the eoven ycara that the Aggie have been playing at the Texajj etnte fair, tho AgRlra havo never lost a frame on the field. Not only Centre, hut Texna, Vanderbllt, Mlnelealppl, Arizona and other fa inoiiM nggregatlona have met their Waterloo. Tulaa broke up it part of the A. M. gridiron lore when they went oer for it 13-10 victory Acher a men nil played brilliant gamrn, When It cornea to picking out atara. tho task leglne. Every man played ita champlona and tev ernl tlmea playern, who ahould havo been In hoapltaln from Injuriea, fought namely In the face of thu heavier farmera to check a drlva for touchdown. Hex Thomaa, wpo wjh aolecled laat year na nll-atate high e'di'iol quarter on the Hspulpa high school teim played an outatandlnK game. UU two 35-yard pauea, ona to Jack Wight on riant end and tho other to Stewart, for Tulaa'a two touchdowns wero great plecea of work. In the aecond half Thoniaa i ecelyed a kb k-off and returned It 10 yarda. t'lb e, u defenale half, la iredlted with playing the greateU defensive sumo ever hliown In the eouth. Ile waa everywhere at th i rltlcat inomrnta and hla ability to nlioot through th ii line to nail n run ner Or Fenop up n fumble eived Acher'a lada time mid again, .lack Wight waa n "whli" lu drawing riowti pawfn nnd hla pretty 8u-ard run after recelvlm: Thomaa" para put Tulaa In the hud In the aecond iiuarti-i Hla will wax nlr tight and ggle galna In that aectlmi were f-w .mil far between. Blnart plajed well thev all played well. Seutlmcnl I'lupt Dtcr. When TuIh.i look tli field at tho 'penlng "f the game, the!" n Jllt .i Ki-alterlng of ell, hut when Tulni trotted out unto the gridiron nt tho lieglnnlDK of i h aei ond half, lending lie TexHiia 6 to 3, the Mtuuda gavo them an oatlon, whloli over shadowed any denioiiitrutlnn offtired the FniiiH'ie Then the grent Mand m.ida by Tnlaa in the laat fnw niln uiea nf i) v- mi thru- on 1-ynrd iini', when i ln'.-li airing of Texillia wero tent In tn put the ball over nl iliv pilc'. whi-ii llm Hluii; and Uold 'Ighti'iN held like .i Mono wall ami prai tlcally ilimiied tlio game, the Mamie went uili) and pandemonium ride urd in the giaanllo bowl, TuUa will ri-M thla week Hint Miirl building tip uiuiiber attack to lmimii 'Kalmt tho HiiMrt iiulveratly team hcn they oppose Hi. (loldcn Hur n -uno here nrxt ucek and for tho olg Bamo to bo rlayed hero on Octo it 28, wntn the Texas Chrlatlan llfgB leiiti rtr--ps up for n battle 'Jiie f'ctimll icam ei cipably led by li-sa (.cacti Uawora M Aclrr, Tu o Tuhu Slarn In Afyic Ilallh oS WARNIE SMITH TO J GO IN RING WITH : JOHNNY TILLMAN I'Ved Kul ton's Manager Reports Plasterer Down With Kever With the receipt nf a tc!rriiii from Fred Kulton'a malinger yinter- dav atatlHg that the Mlnnaaota plaa. 'mt la down wllh diiigla' fever I-"nis Nowmaii, promolar, Hiinniiin e,I thai Johnny Tillman nf Mt. I'anl, 1 ' ' . Hoiild race Warnl Hniltb. Hiiiileavllle, In a 11. round rtrsialon nglit tit tli n ronventloM hall Tuaaday night, October 17. Knlton waa ached uled lo fight t.'arl Morris, I'.ipulp. Tia-mlny night In the mum event of a big hmlng program run lli bout waa Imiiiediiitely caiii elled mid Now inan ulii'.l HI I rnan to nml for Tulaa ilnuied lately. The THInimi-Hmlth llgltl alinuld ho one of tha benl sriHm of Die tell ami. Itntli hoya tip I In- benin at 117 pound nnd nrn hard pun. ht-ra AI Ihmltfli HiHinreil mi ii slinrl iii,im iillinnn will ha In Hp i..i ahape whin he inwIm Ihrinigli ihc inpe at i iinvnntlnii hall next TuhmIhj inglil The Ht. I'aul VhiiiiiisUt l tunning al nkbihinnu t'lty for Ilia 'built (hen- nn Oi toiler '.'7 with lis? IMoHImki v mid I'hii I, key nt.ilcil Wvdneilnv that Tlllmnn wna leady to go mi'i I lie ring nny time. Thla l Uiirnle eecond fight thla rrir l.mt tuonlli he atnrled hla nn '"I. k In Tulaa by bunching Mm ight- mil ..f (ov Ciinhy In a fnl plugging mntili at lonventlou hall. lie is tunning hard for Tueedny'a j bout liml ii-pnita from lliitlletvlllf Hull- nli- that thn husky Hlle mixer . will be In trim when he toaei-H off hla ' ring iobn Tueailay. Newmuii haa completed hla pro Ii n.nnry card a nml the I'nid iiioin I ics to give fntia unite n I un fm' lliiii nail Knllor WllllnuiM nf Mwion will eitinii off wild Jimmy rairoll of I' ml W. n ih in a 10-roiind mnil- wlndup nifalr. ('.irmll, who rvioui ly took "Kid" l'illa nr Hipulpn down the line. In a Tulaa ilng, will have hla IiuihIh full taking care of the Lnuton iMitrrwelght. K'ddlo Murray, the Woat Titian hantam, who fought a great fight with Duke Duvnl or I.hwioii nn the opening boxing bill here thla acnaon. will agnln get Into action. Tho West Tulva Inil In hooked un with lltirk Itlder of lincliinatl, Ohio, In it 10 round derlalnn pnrty. Thla la tho ff rat nppenranco of Illdcr In theno imrlB Ile lecently camo to Okln liniini fr im Ciiuitiniitl nnd la work- ' g out In Weal Tulaa for hla flrat . bout In Tulaa. With Hie arrival of nil fighters lie re by I .May. fans will h nbln tn gel a linn on all of the bouts. Hmtth, .hurray, currou aim Hiiier are work ing out In thn Wait Tulan gym dally wuiio minimi nml wniinma will net hero Into thla wrek In complete training REPORT PLA YERS IN 'IOWA ELEVEN ON MAJORS ORGANIZING i WAY EAST READY TO CALL BIG STRIKE FOR YALE GAME Gotham Magnates Scoff at Idea; Movement Under j Wan Directed by Former Attorney for "Black Sox;" i JJcIievc Players Will Submit Demands Early Next Spring and Threaten Strike. Brothers to Meet; Many Yale Regulars Are on Injured Lists NKW YORK, (Jit. II. RoporlH that major league base ball plnyerH wero organizing an iifiHOcIation to present le tnnndrt to llie club owners a"nd lo call u Htrikn next snrlnir unlenB they were met, were not taken seriously by Gotham I '01"!? SiitSm KUEhlRw' iiiiiKiinii: luiiuy. D ll, A,s:ipd 1'lrlis, IOWA CITY, lown, Oct. it.-' Wo hopo to have till our regular In the Yale game Haturday mid U we can inrow our run airengtu into the con .Mnli llli lll mi IVsil. None l-ni the exlnleii'0 of a movetnent uhlrh line been under way about n year under tile illrcc thin of ItHyni'iiid J. 'union, a lawyer of Chlmgn njnl Milwaukee, hut all of them prnfeaeed Ignnrnnce of tha tnovemanla preaent extent, lla purpoaoa nnd Ita memberahlp. Tliere has been lit tin eeciecy about Canuon'M work, aa the altoiuey tor Oacnr (Happy) IViach and othvra of the ('hbagn "llluck Sox" who wero burred from organized haao hall following the liila world'n llua aciiiilal, Culinon la well known to tho magnates, fium what run bu learned It appeara that the move ment la baaed on tha illwallufnctlon of Biime pluyera with tho manner lu which Comnilaaloiier K. M. I.indla haa handled lli. ir affaire. It Is eiild iho pe. Iflo alma of the new iiaanaintloti lurluded ruptrsuntu 1 Ion 011 the advisory council, oil inlnntton of the In-day clnuao lu i.niitiiicla. and the entahllshlng of a board of Hrbltrnllnii lu hear pluyera' grievances. Point In tlleNttlsfiictliiii. ftpecial rosea upon which thla ills sallafHctloil la ailpioed to 1)0 hared lire n I'l to include thoto of IMdle Itoush, the Cincinnati star who held nut for it time for n salniy of J1S. 000; Knbe Until and Hob Moueel of tho Vim keen nml 1 1 1 1 1 t'iercy of the Iloatou Iti'd Hnx. who were ua pende,! for ImrnatormliiK after the world's scries laat year. Tho playera Identified with thu movement iilau are sold to nurse a belief of aome ball playera, who have Incurred the dlapleaaure of their cmplnyera have been ahuntod out of tho big leaguea through accrut agrcemeuta umong the owncra. According to ilioan in position to know the groundwork of tho no- elation nna laid lo tho National league and gained audi headway that It waa dlncuiwed by thn mag nn lew nt lliiir Inst Joint inertlng In Chicago this summer. Thn clubs of tha older h-aguo aro aald to be fBlrly well organized and playera of more than halt of tho American Imgiie clubs uro claimed to have been enrolled, "t never knew of a more liiaiiapleloun time to atart a ball pleu ra' union," 1'rcaldeiit John A. Hrydlir of tha National league aald to tho Associated I'rean In dis cussing tha reports, "rialnrlcn aro higher n7.- tli.m over before nnd playing conditions are better. The club owner base met virtually all the Playera' riipn-sla. llo Not Ciniir C'liangc. "If it player hue a grievance ho can tnko It to Commlasloner U'lndla, ono of the fairest men In tho world No, I don't think tho playera should be icprerentcd on tho advisory vniiin II. The advisory council la virtually U'llidla alone. Ilia la tho Inst word, though President John aon nnd myself nro members. The talk about railroading a player Is ellly." Ileydler declared that Information about the organization never has been brought before him officially and what he knows concerning It Is what he has rend In tho papers The liub owners have not discussed the matter he sold. "I don't think tho organization will hurt the game." he added. "The previous one did not. and I don't see how thla one will." President Houston and Iluslnroa Manngor Harrow of tho New York American league pleaded general Ignorance concerning tho proposed association. "It makes no difference to me whether tho players organize or not.'' Colonel Houston said. "I don't know whether nny of our players belong or not and I'm not worried." Harrow said It wus his under standing Unit tho movement was largely confined to tho National league and to one club lu partial lar. which ho de lined to name. j nrd .lonea of the L'tiivuralty of lown vtouiu tuiiKo tnia niicrnoon, aa the western conference team left for Chicago on route to New Haven where hla plaer will moot thoeo of his brother, Tnd'a, In the Yalo howl Hatunlay. 'Miovn Minnt m , mii wli wna a inounlnm r inglh in th- Tut an defensive; below Is Ht. wart, who atnrred with tlio Hidden Hurricane when ho nmdo n great Mino string cntch of Thomaa' pass lu Ihc third ii inn tor and than wont for a touchdown. which brought so nun h attention to Tulan by Its defeat of Centre col lcgc'a cotniuorere, waa rnthnr bndlv crippled when It nrrlvod homo. Chief lierniinu and nation nt guards, playing1 opposlto men weighing well over two hundred pounds, played wonderful guinea, llatteu. ulthough suffering from two broken ribs, luit- ilea throughout, the tlrst tluo qunr tern of tho gntno and veaa not taken out until unablo to walk. Herndon, suffered a cracked ehouMci' it ml al though In great pain throughout he stuck to Ida position and several times broko through tho heavier Aggie line to spill tlio t miner for a loss. A- White at center broke his nose In thn first half but aftrr ha had It pulled back Into place and bandaged tin returned to the game in idav n remarkable game. Captain llalcom nan a cut mane m nia cneog mrveral Inches long and deep but he plaed a very olover game. Most of the men wero hi lilted up n bit but on Hie whole tho aqtiml wna lu a vety fine fiamc of mind when tho train pulled In- Those making the trip weie: Captain Hi I com. Jack Ileasom. Jack Wight. Homer Mnuldln, rihliin .Martin. Wnl ter Ilatton, Chelf Herndon. Amond Whlto, John Ktewart. Dewel Price, M. Dunlap, Vli-kera, Courud Itobert son, Conrad ftoaib. M. Slokttni, Joe Trelb, Ij. Perry, i lilef Nelson, Hat Shunntona, I t '111, Judge Fly, Hex Thomaa, Student Manager ferry, Trnlnlnir Hyetum and lle.nl Cosch 11. ,M. Acher. Heat Chess Prodigy. NKW YOltK. Oct U -Simtlel llxmchewskl. the 10-year-old Po lish chess prodlgv, Inst hla flrat game tonight In the Ninth American Che-e conareas Playing lu III" fourth round against I, Jlernsteln. New Ynik state champion, bo waa forcec". to leslgn niter ill m.ives Sass United Mates Illicit. N'HW YORK. Oct U.-lllshnp James Cannon, Jr , of Illrmlugham. Ala , nililreeslng a meeting of the federal i-ounell of churches and of the near east tellef at the Ynlo club here todav clung,..! Hint the 1'nlted states "as a i it i it In ii nation had failed to niet Us rsponalMlltlra," In i In- uvnr east sittintlmi and urged tlml the government taktv Immeill atc a. linn tn attempt tn stop Turk ish massacres. Short lknJIot Is l'livnrod. COW Mill's, Ob In, Oct. II. Tho elioit tinllnt "becau'ic Intelli gent voting has In-cnme utterly Im poaelble," was fnvoieii by fprmer Ulilted Statee Bupieme Court Just lee John 11. Clarke of Voungstown, In an addrnHs before Ilia Columbus llm- aasoclatlon tonight. Want iMorc Tulsa js Entered in Point Show Hei'e Dogi DIRCIH.SION OK the Investment of money In prrmliima for tho poul try ahow to he held next month will ha the pilmarv mutter of Importance to come befoie do meeting of tho Tuls.t iiiuntv branch of the Okla homa Mule Poultry federation to he held Thursday night In tho city hall auditorium. The meeting Is called by tho president of the ln. nl branch Udwln M. Jewatt. I MR. AND Mil I 'All I, MNKILl, leave tviturosy for New Orleans lo attend tho national convention of the American Legion. Krom thero they will go In Huvuua. Cuba for n two weeks' atny beforo returning home niVOIlCl; PETITIONS filed ves. terday lrla lirnut against RenOrant; i.riie jarason ngainst Joa T. Jark sou; .Mauds D.ivls against Clarence A, Havls. Mattle Applegatn against Arthur Applegate. Cherry Niclud sou against (leorge 1-; Nicholson; Albert Henry llybnrgrr against lluln U llybarger. MAItnTAOM l.ICKNSHS Issued vesterdiy: Thomas O l-:dwants, 55 of Mounds and Ireno h'dwards, 3S of Tiilisi, Flank M. niiiKWHll, i-H nnd .Mnrgarrt Ilell. 23 of Ttllm; M M. Myers. 33 and Anna Dnrtor, IS of Muskogee. S A. AHr-nORN. West Tulsa, a carpenter, sustnlnul a broken left leg nt I o'clock Wednesday after noon when ho fell from i eOnffnld on which he wna workliiRnt tha new Ryan building, Klrrt and Krlsco tracks. Ho was taken In the Tulsa hospltal where It waa announced that hia condition wna not serious. K TURK OF Tl'RK nROTHBRP. accompanied by W. Weaver, re turned recently tfrom a two-month auto tour of Canada. Again Poslpotio r.oni: I'llghl. RAN DllCni), C.il., Oct. ll -Th flight of Moots. .1. A Macltendy and tinMey Kelly m the army tuonoplano K-2 In an attempt to fly from emu Diego to New York without a st.ip, was postponed again today pns-ihly rr 48 hours when word wan received from Washing ton Hint unfavorable u either cnn dltlotr: wero likely lo ho encountered. BOBBED HAIR NOT 'OUT' YET In Tart )lnlrilrtsora Vole Iho Short, Curly LsH-ka O. K. Notwithstanding propigands. to the contrary, Tulsa's bobbed hair iiappers- may retain their social prestige with their short curls ns well as folk with long tresses, ne cnrdlng to decision of a hairdressers' convention Just closed at Oklahoma City In which prominent dictators of milady's coiffure participated. How ever, tlio tendency will be toward long hair. Meantime certain etylee of halrdress will ho tho vocue. A dashingly arrayed group of moiieia appeareu in a contest in con nection with tho convention. Miss rJinllo Hllvey, n pretty glli living ut tUNiii i;ntl I'JiKiuii atreet, Oklahoma City, being selected by n vast audi euce tis the prUii-winulug. consnlcii- nuslv coriect exponent of the latest fashion, "Tho Norma Talmadge wave, a modo thai la demonstrated In that acreen atar'a production. "Tho Hterual Aave, ' which opena an engagement Sunday nt tho Hlalto theater. Among tho planta that grow nnd nourished vouil nml that none wero undernourished, A W Hirtekwsy sbn"' Jijperln tondont. In chargo ot Tulsa's First Annual Dog show, stated today, that Tulsa 'a dog fanciers were to bo con gratulated on the character of show they wero putting over; that It had all tho promise of being an great a show hi point of outsldo entries as nny ho had over superintended In all of hla many yrarH of dog show experience llrockway also slat ed Hint It was up to the Oklahoma dog fanciers and breeders not to he outdone In numbers of dogs entered by those outsldo of the state, as ench mall was bringing cutrha from all over th country. Ho fhrther stnted Hint so nrteii tho local run hesitated to cuter his dog, fearing it will not slzo up with dogH that travel tho circuit from one show to another, but that he bus never attended a show yet. that has not had ono or moro surprises lu the award of prlnea to doga thought to bo out of tho running. Thn prominence nnd standing; of tho three Judgca, two nationally known and olio ot International note, and tho very generous prizes, cou pled with the country'ii general knowledge of the blir wuv in which Tulsa does things, has drawn en tiles irom New York, Chicago, 13os ton, Cleveland, tit. I.ouls, Kansas City. Denver, l'ort Worth. Dallas and Houston. Numbers of entries have been le crlved from tho towna mid cltlea ot Oklahoma mid llrockway aald It was up to Tulsa fnmieis to round up all the entries they cuu for Tulsa. Status of .lap Scholars. I -OS ANOKLKK. Oct. 11.- .Iiiim nese boys and girls between the ages of 10 in ml lu venra in the schools nf l.os Angelra rod San Francisco, are tho mental equals of tho average American pupils in tha same schools, but they lag behind tho Americans In tho einaller cities of thn state. HoughiH In Jail. UIRMINUIIAM, Ala., Oct. 11 "Shufflln" Phil Douglas, erstwhile star pitcher for tho Now York Na tionals, who wuh banished from or ganized baseball by . Commissioner l.smlls. waa tu the city bill todav on charge of disorderly conduct pro- lerrea Dy nis wiio, wuo called olfl cera to their homo and declared Douglas had beaten her. Auburn Tigers Rudy for Army. AUBURN, Oct. 11. Confident of victory, tho Auburn Tigers today ore en rotito to West Point for their clash with tho Army Saturday. Tho go mo will mark Auburn'a first In vasion of tho northland and during tho past few- weeks Coach Mlko Donohue Is h i Id to have rounded out one of the best football teauri tho Alahnmiitmi havo sent forth to con flh't In tece n t yen I s, VAIil! HACK I'lUI.D IS itlPPI,i:i) IIP, lly DAVIH WALSH. NKW YORK, Oct. 11. Tho old nnd tlmo-honorcd "wolf cry," ct piteous, heart-felt bloat, haa gone out from under thn Now Haven elms where they had a regular he-man football team until a few days ago. Tho team, so It now appears, Is club footing Ita way nb it the Yale bowl on crutches and most certainly Is In rt deplorable state. Dt course, this has nothing what ever to do with tho fact that Tad Jones' Vale eleven Is to play Howard Jones' Iowa outfit In the big bowl on Saturday, The date la without sig nificance. The hoys have merely gone and got tbcmsehe.i Injured at an Inconvenient moment mid Yale, prforce. can not expect too milch from them nt this time. Bellovo us, It Ynlo starts tho team that Is now playing an tho varsity, Iowa stato will go back to Ita home with tho victory. It has seven vcter ii ns of tho original eleven that rushed through tho western confer ence to tho title Inst year and al though the departed ones uro none other tlinii the two Devlnea, Slater and Reldlng, the end, Howard Jones, haa developed soma good men to fill In tho i.icancles. From inlddti- weatern poyrces w learn that lowu'e original hope was to hold Yale to 10 points. That will not bo necessary with O'Hearn and Jordan out of the line-up for this kicking, passing nnd running' game la built around Ibis pair for the mot part. Tho only other ball runner worthy of mention Is Ncldllngcr. who ahould hn one of tho great backs of the year. Ho Is being shifted to tiunrtei back for tho game nnd the chauco may Impair hla effectiveness. At any rate O'Hcaru'a punting will be misled. It la doubtful If Yalo can score more than ono touchdown. If that, against a good football team with Jordan -and o'llearn on tho able-lines. Chicago Cubs Win Third Battle From White Sox Combine CHICAGO. Oct. 11. Tho Chicago National! defeated their American league rivals I lo I today In the I third game to decide tho city cham i plonshlp, Tho series now stands two Rime to ono In favor ot the Nationals Krnle Osborne, who pitched the Cubs to the first victory cm bm-k today with plenty nf root, owing to tho four postponement and tho open dots Inst Friday, and tri umphed over "Red" Faber, star of i the White Hox pitching stafr, who won the opening game. Faber wna ' no match for the Cuba lodav and ' they lambnsteil bis offerings hard In two Innings for flte ill ns. Tod , lllankenslilp cams to the rescue hut before ho had settled down Orlmes uncorked a home run drlvo i Into tho right field bleachers In tho seventh Inning with two males on the bases nnd broko tho llo which tho Box had worked up to In tho sixth. Osborne waa wild, but spectacu lar playing by Hollochcr nnd Terry pulled him out of trouble. MILLER HUGGINS SIGNED TO LEAD YANKS NEXT YEAR Lead Team to Pennant Twice in Row; Pilot Gets New Contract r. S. flew Part of feci Ira Cash. NEW YORK. Oct. 10. Koderal toxesTor tho five world aerlea games tinuutil-d In iuO,S47.oO, it wna an nounced today by tho coltector of Internal revenue This sum repre sented 10 per cent of the total ot tC0S,47C paid by ISj.017 persona to sco mo gamca. Smith to Met Roper. NKW ORPHANS, Oct. 11. Joff Smith. HUhttltutlng for Rob Martin, and Captain Hob Roper of ennton mont tamo will battlo for the Amer ican Ieglon heavyweight title here Wednosday, October IS. during tho American Legion national convention. 3000 Nouns of Sofid Corn&nir Your legs aro tho two best reasons for wearing PARIS Garters. You can bo sure oi 300O liouit- oi trim pocks and happy leg for 35 cents ii you say PARIS when you next buy Garten. 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Already they have accumulated H8 points while their antagonists havo not been able to crobs the Centro goal line. Mlsku lnvorcel In Win. N1SW YORK, Oct. 11. -Tom Gib bona. light heavyweight of St. Paul, arrived today to complnt training for his bout Friday night will Rllly Mlske. also of Kt. Paul, at Madison Square Garden. Mike has beon working out tu public eilmoat a week Desptto the fact that In their previ ous encounters Ribbons haa beon the favorite to win ovor Mlske, the former boxer hns been Installed on tho short end of what wagora havo been mado In their coming bout, Snrami to Rest. Ni;w YORK, Oct. 11. Gene Sar uznti, national open golf champion, will not play again until January, ho announced today, Kara ran Is re covering from an operation. He will tour tho Pacific coast In January, NKW YORK. Oct. 11 Miller Hugglm. manager of tho Now Yoric Yankees. American leeiguo haseb ill champions, haa been re-engaged to pilot tho cluh In m.1. It waa an nounced tonight Tho decision, a formal statement wild, was renelied nt a meeting this afternoon of Jacob Huppert and T U Huston, owner' or the Yankees. Although the club's statement did not go into detail. Ruppert asserted Hint the n. tloti taken to curb rumors that Ilugglns was to be nutted at leader of tho American leogtio cham plona and also In recognition of V 1 achievement in winning two consent, tivo pennants. "Inasmuch as Hiigglni had won pennnnt lu mil and U22, Ibe only ntt ver c-ipturfd by thn American League, club "here, hn certnlnly wns deserving of being re tained." Ruppert declared, "further more the cluh desired to put ot rest rumors that Hugglns was to be dc posed and that other radical change-i wero to bo made." Hugglns. who hns not been In tins best of health for aome time, will go to Atlantic City for a few daya and then return to his homo In Clneln. nail, where ho will undergo a minor operation. 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