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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRlbAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912.
Carroll Has Highest Set and Miller Boasts of Best Game in Navy Yard Duckpin League
THE TEMPTATIONS ARE TOO GREAT TO MAKE A CANDY STORE PAY By Goldberg
BOILER OUT AT
x TIE NAVY YARD
Holds League Record for
: 'High Game Miller
B. AND M. SHOPS IS
of Every Tetm
Player Up Until De
Carroll, of the Wert 8un Carriage,
"hop team, In the Navy Yard Duckpin
Ieasne, holdi the record for high same.
ceoMIng to the latest compilation of
atandlnsa In that circuit. Carroll rolled
aet for 137 pins which puts him at
the head of his circuit. Next to thli
mark. Miller, of the B. and M. shops'
quint, holds a record of 330 for high
High team set of 1.4S6. Is the posses
sion of West Dun Carriage Shops, and
high team game. (23 Is the proud boast
of Breech Mechanical Shops. This
quint leads the league having won
seventeen out of twenty-seven games.
The -complete standings to December 1,
Name w. , ret.
B. M. Shop 17 ID .73
Misc. Shop 16 U .507
W. CC. Shop : 14 II ;,is
E. O. C. Shop 7 30 .I'M
High Oame, Can oil, 137.
tHIffh Bet, Miller, 330.
'High tram game. B. M. 8nop. 6S.
High team set. W. a. C. 1.1RS.
KAST aUN CARRIAGE SHOP.
.Name. O. T'l Pins. Ave. If O. U.S.
McCormlck 21 2 039 97-3 118 3M
McDonough 13 i,:43 jj-s its sot
.Waters .... 19 1.797 IU-U 1J5 311
Xlley 13 l,20.- (2-9 114 111
Holmes .... 16 1.476 9.'-4 109 is.;
Jaklns .... 14 1..49 89-3 107 20.1
Jlaea 20 1,761 8S-1 iw a?J
Name. O. Tl Pins. Ave. H O. 11.8.
Nelllgan ... 24 2.331 97-3 127 324
Laryure .... 24 I'.") 95-19 124 311
Nolan 14 1.M0 K-10 113 303
Jeffries .... 24 2.281 95-1 113 301
Lee , 6 ft 91.4 99 281
Frydell .... IB 1.113 shvj 104 29i
Ammerman. 13 1,143 RS-l 111 277
Earnshaw .5 379 75-4 SS 223
B. M. SHOP.
Name. O. T'l Pins. Ave. II.O. U.S.
Miller 23 2.229 101-7 12S 330
Frame 20 2.623 97-3 132 124
Bpelden .... 24 2,270 94-14 116 293
Collier is 1,700 94-8 112 am
Baker 6 S48 91-2 99 279
McQee 24 2,171 90-11 10S 2S3
Stockett ... 2 163 Sl-1
Moodv 4 322 Sfl-2 S7 243
oardeiia ... 3 242 so-: si n:
WEST GUN CARRIAGE SHOP.
Name. O. T'l Pins. Ave. H a. H.8
Carroll 616 102-4 137 319
Aldrldge ... IB 1.R04 100-4 121 318
Sanderson.. 27 2.RM 96-2 117 aw
Morgan .... 27 2.566 95-1 112 324
Qulgtey .... 23 2,179 94-17 113 297
Ryon 12 1,127 93-U 102 89
Peake S 4T.0 93-1 99 279
Clarke 6 S14 85-4 S3 271
Individual tournament W. Miller,
C. Miller. Brown.
District League Florists vs. Gov.
ernment Printing Office.
Southern R. R. Clerks' League
Tie and Timber vs. Freight.
Arcade League Imperials vs. Hol-
Commercial League Hahn Com
pany vs. Tolman Laundry.
Carroll Council League Salva
dorea vs. Plntas.
Spalding Council Duckpin League
Sheebys vs. Johnsons.
Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. League
i Land and Industrial vs. Southern.
District League Resolutes vs
National Capital League Wels
bachs vs. Palace.
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Tonight will see tho wind-up of the
fourth eek In the Individual lotirna
mint for tho tpnnln chiimDlonshlD of
the District. W. Miller, C. Miller, anil
llrown are scleduletl to take the ally
and lUcly competition Is expected.
Brown la leadlne the otherx with ii
comfortable margin and he will be kept
busy tarticht to keep either of the
Millers from spoiling his clean slate.
Mlchlsan and Ontnrlos: Sunerlors and
Champlulns were at odds In the Y. M.
C. A. League last night. Ontario won
out on narrow scores while Supeilor
barely had tho advantage over Chnmp-lalns.
Treasury took two out of three 'rem
Cnrnmlsslontra In the Departmental
Duckpin League. Brosnun for Com
missioners was high pin with 111.
In the Southern It. R. Clerks' Duckpin
Leairuc Manairers Docketed three
straight st.ta from Auditors. Consistent
worn bv ragen is probuoiy rcsponioie
for Managers' victory.
In the Patent Kxamlners League, In
terference and Diggers rolled at the
tenpins. Diggers took the first nnd
third sets, while Intcr'orence pocketed
the second by a comlortublc score.
Morgan was high man.
Sherwood had no difficult In gettlni;
three sets on O. P. O In the Arcadj
League last night. Heavy scores by
Harley and Thye brought Sher woods'
totals well above those of the oppo
nents. In tho Departmental Tcnpln Leaguo
War and Aggies encaged In a strenuous
struggle. Aggies dropped the first but
kept tho last two sets Gorman and
Fields were best on sets.
Woodward & LothroD had a walk
away with Evening Btar In the Com
mercial League. Every set was taken
oy Dig margins.
In the Postal League. Finance took
two from Postal Savings, and City
i-nsioince aia naewise io supply.
For Next Olympiad
BERLIN. Dec. 6. The national
committee on the Olympic games
met In Berlin. considering It
fully time to get to work to
make the Berlin Olympic unsurpassed
In success. Those at the meeting were
the chairman, former Minister on
Podblelskl, Field Marshal von der
dolts, and Baron von Stein, both repre
senting the ministry of the Interior;
Major Kortcgan, representing the war
office; Dr. Hlnze, representing the min
istry of education; and Baron Bennln
f:en and Count Sleratorff, representing
he International Olympic committee.
Jem Driscoll to Meet
Owen Moran in London
LONDON, Dec. 6 Jem Driscoll. tho
Cardlrf lightweight, hus been matched
with Owen Moran, of Blmilnghuin, for
a twenty-round bout before the National
Sporting Club here on Junuar) 27. They
will we-lgh In at 13! pounds at 2 o'clock,
and will buttle for n 47,300 purse, tho
winner taking two-thirds of It In ad
dition each man has posted I'M) as u
englishmen believe Driscoll to bo tho
world's champion, basing his claim upon
his letory mcr Abe Attell In New
York. Ho has earned permanent pos
session of the I-ord Lonsdale light
weight belt by virtue of huvlng won It
time times In succession.
Both boH are In good condition, and
will begin hard training Just beforo
Christmas In order to enter the ring
In tip top shape.
Washington Soccer Team
Play Soldiers Sunday
Preparations arc being made for the
Washington Soccer Club's Journey to
Fort Washington Sunday, where tho
soldier team will be taken on In a soc
cer game. The victory of the Wash
ington club In Its last game with the
Baltimore aggregation on Thunksglvlng
Day has put the team In fine fettle, und
another lctory Is expected.
The line-up of the Washington eleven:
Goal, O. Stcadman; right back, A.
Wright; left back, D. Morton; right half
back, a. Hde; left half back, A. Nel
son: center hulf back, S. Brlggs: out
side right, F. Nelson; Inside right. It.
Cowan; center forward, D, Hodge; In
side left, J. McOlnty; outside left, 11.
BOB THAYER'S SPORTING GOSSIP
-"EVERY KNOCK IS A BOOST."
Exit for lemons.
This Is tho exit season for baseball
lemons. Many a oungster gets his
niiitin on a bis league i lull's roster In
October, only to have It erased In De
cember. i:r club In the majors will
brgln to prune Itrf risen e list from now
until the tiulnlng scuson, and Urlff Isn't
through by a. long shot,
"Down with Mcrtoj!"
Has Good Schedule.
WEST POINT, Dec. 6 The Army will
open Its basketball season on December
if, playing Its first game with St. Law
rence UnUerslty. The cadets arc belnrf
coached bv Lieutenant lllgle. who
captained the Army team In ito). Tho
December 14. Bt. Lawrence Unlcrnll;
December 21, UnUcrsltv of Pcnnsjl
vanla; December 28, Crescent Athletic
January 4, Manhattan; January 11,
Princeton; Januurv 18, Weslean; Janu
ary 25, Bwarthmorc.
February 1. Colgate: Tebruary 8,
Fordham; February 15, Rochester; Feb
ruary --. Union.
March 1. New York UnUcrslty.
Has Large Plans.
x?ler VnnV ln It Thn Tnfn.
Dealers' Contest Association, which has
Just obtained Us certificate of Incor
poration with a capital of 130,000, hus
plans for establishing an amusement
park hero contutnlng an automobile
raco truck and grandstand.
Boston Is still up In arms against
Itobert .McBoy, Ban Johnson's secre.
tar -treasurer of the Bed Sox. Major
Fltsgernld Insists upon the appointment
of a Boston man tn the position, and
will endcaor to hae this done at tho
league meeting Hex week In Chicago,
Inasmuch as he bus the support of all
Hub fans, McAlcer, Me-Koy, and John
son should have a merry summer In
Don't slum Camp.
Don't slam Walter Camp particularly
for fullure to "so i" South Atlantic foot
ball. Until tho cleens In this section
branch out and meet eteens of con
tiguous terrltor) to thu North, llttlo
attention will be paid to them. As long
us they pluv little prep school teums,
winning by large hcores, they will never
reeclvc the ranking due them.
Jrwln, business manager.
tlmor-' tomorrow for the South Atlan
tic championship cross country run arc
going to have an) thing but a pleasant
time of It. There urc several mud horses
who favor the heavy going und have ex
pressed themselves as satlseild with the
weather. J. J. Byun won the famous
Boston marathon raco Hnd broke the
record under conditions which wero
nbout the same as those which will ob
Oct busy N. tl.
The National Guard basketballer
should get busy and equip their teams
properly and ploy when scheduled.
Forfeits and postponements and the fact
that tho players care little enough about
the sport to keep In first class condition
Is going to spell ruin unless more active
Interest Is takrn.
Flick Is Captain.
BETHLEHEM. Pa. Dec. 6.-Lehlsh's
1313 football captain Is Oeorgo P. Fllek,
of Tarentum. Pa , varsity end and half
back. Ho Is prestdent of tho Junior
class, vice president of the Lehigh
branch of the Y. M. A., and a mem
ber of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Y. M. C. A. Boys to Start
Indoor Soccer Game
Indoor soccer will be started nt the
bo)s' department of tho Washington Y.
M. C. A. llndi r thu direction of Gordon
Law, ph)lcul director. It hus been
planned to Inaugurate a series of games
und tonight's contest will determine
the selection of two teums.
Effort will bo made to have the game
tnkin up by other cities with a view
to staging intercity contests. Tho game
will bo ptued with a volley bull.
Eleven men will be played on the team,
and the halves have been limited to ten
Mills Is Captain.
COLUMBIA, 8. C Dec. C John D.
Mills, a law student of the class of 1914,
hus been chosen captain of the Uni
versity of South Carolina football tenm
for 1913. He hus pla)ed tackle for tlmo
Frank rarrell, owner of the Highland
ers, has frequently been uccused of Ig
norance In basebill matters. Ills lutest
action In appointing Arthur Irwin, his
scout, business manager of the club
seems to luar nut the charges. In nil
his career In New York Irwin has fulled
to uncover u single good bull plajer,
nnd the downfall of a number of man
agers has been laid to his door.
Tho athletes who take tho trip to Bat.
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MY EASY PAYMENT PLAN
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without any drain on the pocketbook.
Gas Administered M
Nerer slip or drop
They always flt P
Fillings in Gold, Silver, C A. f A ffl
Platiouu ud Porcelain 3UC 10 p 1
Crown and Bridge Work,
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Opp. I.ansburah A Dro. Over Grand I'alon Ten to.
Lartirst ad Most Tborouchly Equipped,
Appointments made by phone "Mala 43.14."
If lire hours, H a. m. to H p. m. Sundaja, 10 to 4.
Wonder What Mertz Will Say Today?
Etore Closes Dally G P.-M.
Saturday 9 P. M.
P k w a ays:
I You Get
ST. IMJI8. Mo . Dec. . i:ddle HaMl
nan. for Inn years substitute Inlleldcr
ullh the Drowns, has bn released eo
the Vernon elub ot tho Paclllc Coast
Just Winter League Baseball
The New York Mall remarks: "If
Prof. Jlcfirnw desires to use the er
Ires of a southpaw next season, tho
Giant leader should hustle his emin
ent rccord-bieaker Into a cage and lock
the door. The Ilube's aitlstlc tempsra
ment U beginning to -iuibo again. No
one can say. ho'vcer. that Itubc ai
unable to Ulossom Into u uudcvlllu
Pitcher Itulph Works, drafted by Cin
cinnati from l'rijldence, is wintering
In Detroit, nhere he attends a law
school and sells Insurance on the aide.
Orvllle Woodruff, once cleer outttcld
er and utility claycr of the Cincinnati
Reds, Is looking around Cincinnati for
a Rood piaco io open a nrsi-ciass caie.
He realises that ho can't Play on for-
eer, and Is looking for the "Easiest
If ou figure this may be a long, hard
winter, suppose you were rrtd Hnod
cr&hK and had to fleure tuclve or fif
teen times a day until next April but
for muffin? one of tho easiest fly balls
of the scries v,ou'd hmo SI, tun more to
click ngalnst as an Indoor sport?
Harry Mclntjre, the veteran twlrler.
who was released by the Cubs last sum.
mer, will make an attempt to "coma
back" next season. Joe Tinker has
promised him a trial If he Is appointed
manager of tho Reds.
South Atlantic Cross Country cham
pionships, at Patterson Park, Balti
C. U. is. Gallaudet, basketball.
Penn vs. Lehigh, basketball at Phila
delphia. Xcw York City College b. Univer
sity of Maryland, at oXw York, basketball.
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