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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1015.
Palace Cinches Flag in National Capital Duckpin League I up TO DATE SPORTS
LEAGUE FLAG NOW
AT PALACE'S FEET
Crucial Point in Competition
Passed This Week, and Y.
M. C. A. Fails to Deliver.
NATIONALS WIN TWO GAMES
Eight Games Now Separate
Leaders and Runners-Up in
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Ungrateful as is the task of pick
ing winners in any branch of sports
in advance of the competition itself,
one fact has made itself emphatic
(luring the past three nights on
Washington bowling alleys, viz: the
Palace team has cinched the pennant
in the National Capital League and
only a miracle can now grab victory
from its clutches. The facts which
form a base for this statement are
deduced from the two sets in which
the Palace and Y. M. C. A. have fig
ured and with an eight-game margin
between them and the association
rollers, Capt. Earl Lewis' band of
pinners can almost afford to rest
completely on their laurels through
out the remainder of the season and
still walk away with the bunting.
Since the rolling commenced last
Monday night, Palace has won three
straight games from the Climbers
and only last night Y. M. C. A.
struck a fatal snag in the Nationals,
when the latter won two out of
three games and stretched Palace's
margin of leadership from six to
eight games. These two sets have
been crucial ones in the National
CapitaPloop and although it may
seem premature to select the win
ners in any of the leagues which
still have ten weeks to roll, the prob
abilities do lean strong toward a
flag for Palace and a mere" glance at
the standing of the league will bear
out this statement.
Uolngr clusfllllcd with the major duck
liln Ungues of Washington, the rac
In tho National Capital loo;i has at
u acted clty-wliie attention, it in made
ip, fiom the leading team to the cel
lar champions, of tho raalcsi. rollers
in Washington, and all eyes have been
turned toward the race which una been
centered largely around tho Palace and
V. M. C. A. teams. For weeks the teams
ran along at about even terms until
little by little. Palace edged away from
the Association team.
Farmers and Brlcklavcrs, the two
tralllne teams In the Putent Examiners'
riicult. were contenders last night, tho
I'lowmen getting the opening game by
a margin of twelve pins and then drop
ping the last two by forty-one and
seventeen pins, respectively. Pen ins.
with twenty-seven in his second game
was high man of tho sot.
Two sets weie rolled In the Depart
mental Duckpin League. Library hat
ing won a pair from War, and Marines
having pocketed a pair at the cxpenso
of Commerce. In the Libiary-War set,
Stockett featured with high game of
l. and high set of .TO, while Thomas
and Young divided individual honors
in the other match. With a record of
lit! for high game, Thomas attracted at
tention, and Youns's et of 327 branded
him as the best all-round bowler ot
the Marine-Commerce set.
Washington Gas Light Company
Duckpin League staged a match be
tween Commercial Department and In
stallation Department, the latter having
walked off the hoards with all three
panics. Krcisher, anchor man for tho
losers' had high Individual game with
figures of 121.
In the other Gas Light Company set,
est Station won the (list two games
and left the third one for Engineers.
Thq third game was won by the latter
by the narrow margin of a single pin,
the score having been 473 to 471. Cain
had a monstrous string of 13; In h's
third attempt, and It mis followed
closely by one of 120, rolled by Lange.
Lucas Specials caught the Xcsllne
Stars for three In a row In the South
east, and tho Ieguo leaders diopped
behind several points. N'esllncs, s. K.
Btars, and Model Lunch are closely
hunched In the Southeast circuit, and
an extremely Interesting finish Is prom
ised. In which those three teams are
expected to be the principals
1 Rwlft & Co. boosted Its stock n the
Business Men's League to the extent of
three full games when Hicht & Co
were taken on. I'uless Hecht can fall
Into Us former winning streak again,
the sen ices of one Earl Lewis, who Is
on the ellglblllt list, will have to bo
naked. Lewis has been sidestepping
duty In the Business Men's League, hut
lie may still have to respond to the "re
Washington Loan and Trust Companv,
pae setters Irr the Hankers' League,
v as able to get but a single game
from Second National Hank when those
two teams clashed. Second won the
first and third and left the middle gaino
to the F street hankers Hugo Donch
, IfHiTie through with another of his br,i.
lant games when he spilled 1: pins
In the second game, but despite this his
team dropped the eoirtest.
Down In the Navy Yard League. Mis
cellaneous went after Last Ourr C.ir
luee in true "war time . , ", ,',,l
the Cim Makers were unable to reeir
. a .single victory iazm?tntmXu
ct ,th high grme of n,;. an I, inVll
vldual per for m.-Mire was lo ,' ,j" , ? "." '"
set of 3.-9. rolled by MeUrdel
I Itltons won two out of i,ice fto.n
Ili.nes In thecom.ue. .,i vh, , "m
I'.ll lis. llkei Minn fr.. mi....":1 .
i,i. v.,.n 1-, Y, .'.'.' " ""s. nan
v. ," iii'i"us, riait
it coming fn 1, j, So,oml
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Irr the l 'npit.il 1 i , upn, l.-a-ut
Bureau trtmtd tu gnc l-'aiiianni
Colonial Virginians vs. Puritans;
Pioneers vs. Iroquois.
Departmental Labor vs. Navy.
District Jeds vs. Shermans.
Commercial Welsbachs vs. Mer
chants. Masonic Columbia vs. Stansbury.
Southeastern Norton s vs. Southeast
George Washington Fraternity
Kappa Alpha vs. Phi Sigma Kap
pa; Alpha Beta Phi vs. Theta
Northeastern Union Printers vs.
Commercial Alley Red Men vs.
Westminster Reds vs. Whites;
Blues vs. Greens.
Capital City National Laundry vs.
Reclamation Files vs. Drafting.
.arcane tiess vs. Uanoiis. ,
Terminal Southern vs: Car Dept.
Southwestern Altamonts vs. Unos;
Grand VS. Linwnrrlis '
Postofflce P. S. S. vs. Inspection.
Y. M. C. A. Dakotas vs Creeks.
Patent Attorneys Howe vs. Maxim.
Mt. Pleasant Highlands vs. Im
martuels. look-in. the latter -walking off the alleys
without a Ingle victory to Its credit
O Neile, with 110, had high game of the
Bailey featured the 3-to-O defeat of the
Imperials by the Center Market team
!u .P. Arcnle League. His record in
the third game was 136, it being one of
the highest games rolled this week in
the Arcade loop.
Newtons encountered little trouble
WVlAn th. PaIiimI.1. -
1 Vi! ... '"ul11 Maim wh iHKen on
In the lit, Pleasant League. Newtons
1 rtnlr nil thko . nl t a.
.. u ttuu cunuiman, its alienor
man. had hlcrh enmn 1? o utu
yj --- Q-t ! . 16 "CI,
L TEJUB PLAY
CLEANEST OF GAMES
Georgetown and George Wash
ington Resume Athletic Re
lations Hilltoppers Win.
That basketball game between George
town and George Washington, In which
the Hilltoppers emerged with a 21-to-l
win, marking the resumption of ath
letic relations, is today voted the clean
est game of collegiate basketball play
ed here in many a day.
Certain it Is that the BOO odd specta
tors who watched the contest were en
thusiastic In their praise of the game
from a standpoint of' basketball. To be
sure there were a number of fouls com
mitted, no less than thirty-seven being
called by Referee Hughes, but the play
ers were so eager to check efforts at
goal tossing that they frequently made
Georgetown's triumph is laid to the
fact that the G. W. U team suffered
from stage fright more than anything
rruh it is thought that the
next engagement will bring out better
basketball from both teams.
Georgetown Invaded the Armory and
defeated the G. W. U. team on Its own
floor. Almon failed slgnallv In shooting
from the foul line, and lost many a
chance to win the game. Had either
team been successful in shooting after
fouls bad been called the sqorc would
hae been larger. But nine baskets
were shot during the game, Bhugrue
leading with three for Georgetown.
Standing of Leagues.
W. I. Pel Club. W. UPet.
v i ,io at. Jofcna .. (
't 3 .ifio I.ebanon.... C
8 4 .667 King David 3
1 h .U M, lieaaant .1
7 t .6SV5 Naal 1
VV. I. Pet., Club. XV.
jTintcrs. .. ji 14 .76 DlKKera "0
z. 1. .cm Karniera,
Mechanical u 13 U9IHrIck'aker 11
Iaml . ...
W. Station. 3.1
Nes Stars 16
S E. Stara. 3
Mo.1 I.cti.. 37
Va. Av. i-t is
Norton Rr. i
BUSINESS MI.N'S LEAGUE.
f aka & Co . 31
Hw if t & Co. 31
l"ar. Brld . 23
1.,1'ct nubs. w.
12 .711 Col Sup Co 17
13 .701 Hecht &. Co 16
13 .(VJJ Cap. In. Cell
1 54S K.li.Adauu . (
I. I'ct I ("lub W.
1.' ill .Melropol'an ID
1-! ,714 Cuntlnen'al 1.1
W. U .4. T
li. of Wash.
-- .it central
Mlacell COU8 1.1
11. M. Shop 26
Eaat S)iui. 24
1 20 ,417
i" -." .m
3 34 .051
Potomaca ., jj
M . 75
Velvet Kind .'
Catlnos ... . 21
1 P Illlia . 1J 3; J73
:i tiw.C'lliubera . 1
Club W. L Pit . Club
Kedmen 12 ' " Nationals.
Com Allrv. 30 12 714 Hilton.
Giants . 11 14 i4 AthletKa .
Cherolets. -1 .1 ,500lliraies
, W. L.Pct.
I 25 tt ,410
22 29 .431
16 S2 .323
12 29 .233
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Commendable Records Have
Been Rolled in League Which
Is Less Than 6 Weeks Old.
Regardless or the fnct that the league
Is not six weeks old, the teams and
individuals in the Masonic duckpin cir
cuit have created some commendable
marks to date And indications are that
this loop will be on a par with the best in
Washington when the next season opens
up. So much Interest Is bring dis
played In this fraternal league that
there seems a likelihood of at least
twenty teams for the 1915-16 season.
lAfayette, the third place team, has
the distinction of recording tho highest
team set, it having spilled 1,454 pind on
one occasion. High team game also he
longs to that quint, its mark being 610.
Little Tommy George is wlnr.er of In
dividual honors, his gnme of lift and set
of .129 being the best on record.
Captain Oliver, of Columbia, has high
average to date, his figures reading
something like 1MM-1. George's mark of
108 is second high average. "Hub"
Klchards, of the Nationals, has rnnde
the greatest number of spares, his mark
being twenty-two in twelve game.
George Arkman, of Columbia, hrrs
checked off the most strikes, having
recorded five clean sweepa In twelve
Here Is a record of the high men on
National. Richards. SS-1: Stansbury,
Hallcy, !9-2; Lafayette. George, 102;
Columbia, Oliver, 104-1; Washington
Centennial, Dletz, 100-1; Bt. Johns, Clar
Mdge, 103-3; Lebanon, Rolff. 97; King
David, Leslie. M; Mt. Pleasant, Cosli
nett, 99-1; Naval, Matthias, 99.
IN TITLE TOURNE!
Has Clean Slate in Pocket Bil
liard Event at Royal. Where
Three Tie for Second.
Charles Bartelmas is today declared
pocket billiard champion of the District,
by virtue of having defeated six other
entrants in the annual tournament Just
brought to a clo-e at the Honl. LSar
telmus has a record of six Nlrutglit wlnn,
having defeated every other player In
Kelchner, Wallace, and Swan today
stand at a tie for the second place,
with four wins and two losses osch.
The final match for the title was played
last night. Bartelmas defeating Wulter
Wallace by a s"ccre of 100 to S3 In one
of the closest matches of the tourna
ment. The tie for second place will be
played off Immediately, Swan and Wal
lace getting action on the green cloth.
Nothing but pralso is heard toda for
the mnnner in which Referee Henry
Wllkins handled tho mutehes. There
weie manv places where lip was calll
upon to use his wits and knowledge of
The standing of the plaers follows.
Bcrtelmas H '
Wallace 4 '1
Swan 4 2
Ptrrcell 3 4
Uroslln 1 5
Uoodacre 0 5
Play Double Bill.
ChriEt Lutheran and Peck Chapel were
successful in their engagements In the
Sunday School basketball Jeague last
night. Christ Lutheran defeated Eplp.
ham b a score of 42 to 2C. while lck
won out over McKendtee by 2G to 21,
The Lincoln A (' defeated Hie i'o.
liinihin A C. at the Noel House jjin lat
nllit h a score uf bh to 25 'miimn
K, of llattaHU , was srhelded to play
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By LOUIS A. DOUOliER.
Aa usual, the Americun Lcasue
dining to chanpe the old limit rule from
ty-one or twenty-two, as had been discussed ever since the Tener tribe
recommended a twenty-one limit last December. Nowlet us bee what
the National League will do about the small limit suggested at the an
nual meeting. It's dollars to doughnuts that Ban Johnson's organization
has pointed out the road the N. L. will follow.
Reducing the limit to twenty-one men might prove slightly saving
in these parlous times, but the fans would quickly set up a yell in case
something went wrong. The magnates boast, that they have educated
the public to better things in baseball, cleaner surroundings, steel struc
tures, orderliness on the field, and higher prices to pay for these, too.
Yes, and the fans have been educated to expect large squads in uniform
Reduce teams to twenty-on.-. One substitute Intleldcr and one extra out
ilclder might be carried. But suppose four pltcln-is are out of tho game
with sore arms or injuries, what I the manager to do? Three catchers,
eight pitchers, six Intlclders, and the outiieldeis make just twenty-two nu-ri
In uniform. No account is made for youngsters being developed or for those
crafty cusses who direct the attack and deforce from the coaching lines
Indeed, three catchers are hardly enough. In 1U Jimmy McAleer had to
,e zc 1 yu""8ter, from the J01 !''"- to 1'clp out when all three catchers were
injured. Even with tv.enty.wo :nc tu line, one more than the National
League suggested, a manager would be "m dutch" were a couple of hialn
fleldcrs to be hurt at tho same time. The public has been taught to expect
'lu' vr.iTV l.!'. tl"'BS ? " n,aior 1pubuo "lan- This does most as
suredly NOT Include cutllnK down the number of players on a team
,. .W!ln ,l co"lcs to t,ol"S thing as thev .should be done, you have to hand
it to the American league and to !Jan (.. who has a wav of getting his proj
ects across, no matter what tho opposition. B pr0J
George Washington and Georgetown L'nHersltlos are to conduct bic track
meets here this month. They both expeit to clear a little profit. But. thev
should not be downcast, oven If they lose. It is I ,he nature of the game
to lose money on Hack meets. Tho greatest indoor track meets are held in
New York and Boston. In New York the X. Y. A. C. and the I fish-American
A. C are pleased when the do not go into the hole too d"2in
Boston, where conversation is divided between integral calculu" and sprint
ing records, he Boston A. A usually clears Its expenses, but it Charge" so
much for admission that this is pos-lble only there. Four or five other
track meets are staged In Boston annually, but they are alwavs at a dead
lost. No, if truck meets In such centers of the sport cannot make
money, Oeorge Washington .mil Georgetown should not sUctl too many tear,
if they do not get rich Horn their meets here. ' "
I - -
-With the ice of years broken It Is to be hoped tli.it the future will find
George 'Washington athletes on many fields in competition with the sons or
Georgetown. It Is most unfortunate that tho three big loca instltuUons
Georgetown. Georee Washincton nnd t'nthnlin rni,.r ...... '" l.V."s'
xor uuiieuc competitions. Instead of
would bo so much better for sports
a rivalry all their own. It's a Ions
turn In the road, and eventually these
against one another.
TO MEET THIS WEEK
NEW YORK, Feb. H For the first
time In sever at seasons there will be
no Important change in the football '
rules when the committee meets at the
Hotel Hiltmore tomorrow anil .Saturday
of this week. There may be r-orrte mlpor
changes toward a better codification of
the rules, but there will be. no radical
amendments of airy kind. The game as
it was plajed last season was entirely
satisfactory and tire rulernakers see lit
tle chance for Improvement.
One of the principal abuses oiv the
grldliou last year was the frequent use
of strbstitutes to canv messaRes fiom
the conches to the captain on the field.
This practice was Irr illirct violation of
Parke II Davis, Hit I'liiveton nam
br o U committee, wilt nikks mm t
the spirit of the game, and to avoid I follows n. K. Hall, Dartmouth, chair
the prominence of the coaches the rule-1 '"a" V'UT. J ""i. Yale secretarv
n.akers banished (hen, from the side I K'.lliani': IV n mSVa!a'e,e,Vvn!7,,r'1tl
lines last season To Ket around tliisi . , Harvard; F'huI Dashiel I ?n-ifi?"
barrier coaches have used substltrrtes ' H.ii r Is ! Cope. Sewanee ' " Purl'e if
tocarrv their messages more drastic Pavli, I'miccton Lieut 1) I siiiian'
rule in regard to this mailer mnv be esl I'oint ( v ..... . a.... ,, ' '"E1
shows .some .sense in its action, de
twenty-five players to twenty, twen-
seeking rivals from
in the District, if tUc-se three iould form
way to Tlpperary. but there in.iv lie a
three institutions be found fighting
fort to popularize the numbeiing of
p!aers among the committeemen, but
it is doubtful If Yale or Harvard will
-consent to the numbering sjatenr. The
majority or football cojenes favor It,
and ever where It has been tried the re
sults have been entirely satisfactory
The numbering of players Is sure to be
adopted before many seasons, and sev
eral of thejiest-known men in the game
favor the adoption of the piactice as
soon as possible.
Another question which will be du.
ctneii at the meeting Is the safety. Last
season In the Yale-Harvard ea'iiie"..i
New Haven Maharr letovered tne bull
if to semllng It over his own uoal llnj,
and .vet the officials decided that ti,
plav was not a safety. A spirited discus
sion icsuriea arid Yale's captain (Tal
bot) demanded that Referee vri.
trie rririrg btoiiu. The question as to
whether this plaj was a safety will be
in.. .h,.i,i. ur py nl lip ,n H,,,,
A Stagg, Chi.
VV illlanis, Minna.
mr n aona If
L.,u..,. - iii-i-iniun on the pi-n arrd
award a safety arrd two points 6 Yale.
The Harvard acting captain (Trumbull)
strenuous y object ed to the referee nm Ic
ing am change In lil n,Cf aiai., "....
The members of the rnnimnit. -J"....
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1 M IlllMIHM f ,
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PLAY THREE GAMES
Best Quints in District Will Be
Seen in Action With Big
By BRYAN MORSE.
Three games are on tap for tomor
row in schoolboy circles which will
produce about the best basketball of
the season, according to rival
coaches and playem. At George
town the leaders of the Preparatory
Basketball League will hook up
when Georgetown Prep and Gon-
zaga get action- In the Bu&iness
gym St. Alban and Business will
play, while Western and the Army
and Navy Preps are due for a league
game at the Y. M. C. A.
! Gonzaga received a defeat at the
I hands of Western on Tuesday and is
due for a win from the Georgetown
rrep aggregation. The contest is
expected to bring out a dea.1 of good
basketball from the Gonzaga quint
which received a shaking up after
the game with the Red and White
The Preps have won their games by
small scores, taking the long end of an
11 to 6 contest with Alexandria yester
day. The Hilltop battle will see some
exceptional guarding by both teams.
Huslnesh and .St. Alban will nresent
their strongest line-ups as both are de- I
sirous or getting tire bulge. St. Alban
bellevts It still has a chance at the in
terscholastic title as great Improvement
was noted in tire last league game,
lltlsbiess in its last nerrormnneo u.m
! down before Western after a tough
fight. Ray ise waJJ out of the game,
arrd is still confined to his bed with. a
bad knee. Wise expects to be irr the
line-up Irf another week, but his ab
sence Is felt at the Rhode Island Avenue
The A. N. P.-Westerrr game should re-
i suit in a decisive win for Western, as
the I'reps nave lost their two best play
ers In Bolton and Kessler, who have
withdrawn from school. Coach Clancv
has been unfortunate all season, anil
has about reached the limit In getting
the bad breaks.
A meeting of coaches and officials is
expected to be called Monday night at
which all Interested in t-cholastlc bas
ketball are requested to attend. The
Y. M. C. A. will be asked to hold tho
meeting arrd notice will be sent out
Saturday to the various persons in
terested. It Is expected that a large following
will be on hard when the officials and
coaches will ask for interpretations of
the rules So far this i-oason games
have been more or less unsatisfactorily
worked, many of the couches complain
ing tint their bo have been restricted
Ir. Instances and allowed to get away
v.illr a good ilea) in other battles.
"Red" Smltn, of Western High School,
pla.vlng lor the second team iiKalnst the
Friends -eennd squad esterdav, hung
up a record In shooting ten baskets.
Smith is showing Improvement dallv for
the Western team arid m.n land a regu
lar berth. Stanton lienrv was second
to .Smith, with elslit bruin 1 9 from the
door v ester dm. WeMern vnn liv 42 in
is loinriiK dmck ror a win after a de-
e.Hlve defeut at tin hands of the Friends
In the first engagement.
Tin (leorrfe'ovvn Prep vouuilei won
another ga're vehterday, ami now hue
thirteen tr,iieiit vlctoiier to theh
crnl't S.reirrer "'e wi a big fai tor
111 the w In nvi v t'le Kon'e Sijioul team.
St Mb.iir niul stelll rnai hook up
in a relav v in C'e (ieoige Washirrg
lon meet ' arrangements can be com
pleted. Hireii runners will nrobably be
used bv both FchooW, as the vete'ians
are few arrd fni1 between at the Institu
tion.", cathedral lias but otie or two
heai-oncil men, while Western boast
but one veteran e.unpa',-iiei In Max
am. (Vrrti.il will enter a number' of ath
lete 1 Hie (i V. I', rueet. arid. Tihlfe
it Is Intimated that the nine runner s
will not atipear nr a relay race it Is
snld that theN Mill be out 'n full f0;r0
'ii later meets. Cential Ims sutfeied the
lo's of one oi two veteians n Im have'
1m-ii un.ilile to st.trrd 'lie scholaishlii
tieoigeliivv n Piens will hao )0 pjav
lnieieoH""ii te 'iiles when iliev tiniv rr'n
nsal'iht He i:tiiniMi niKi school learn
on U'il.i' It will lie inleir-slln.. lo
rin e i.ist how tl" l'uis ulll mttU out
agftlail lit AlaxaudrUaj.
High Caliber Duckpins
Rolled by Southerners
Clerks' League Is Now Rolling in Its Seventh Season and the
Six Departments of Railroad System Represented Boast
of Excellent Organization.
Of the myriad duckpin organltatlons
rolling nightly on the various alleys In
Wash'ngton. probably none boasts of
the high caliber of rolling as does the
Southern Ttallway Clerks' League,
v hlch li made up entirely of employes
of the great railroad system. Besides
promoting the sport which has conic
to b" recognized as the national w'11
ter pastime, here is a body which takes
no little pi Ide In the fellowship and
friendliness which It encourages, and
tben features probably are moBtly ie
spons'ble for the success which the cir
cuit is now enjoying.
More than six yeais ago the first
bowling teams of the Southern railroad
offices Joined efforts and formed the
league, which has survived with in
creased success from year to year un
til now their le:igue lanks among the
most successful In the local Held. Be
sides the six teams which now make
up its ranks, the Southern has a team
In the Commercial League, which Is
making h tight for the pennant and
which promises to give the front rank
clubs a stiff struggle to keep it out of
The departments of the Southern Rail
wax icpresented in Its bowling aie:
Bookkeepers, Law, Manngcrs, Mcchlrr
Ical. Tie and Tmber, arrd Treasurers.
At the present time Bookkeepers and
Treasurers arc tied for the leadersh p.
while Tie and Timber lurks but two
games in the rear. Law and Mechani
cal arc locked for exclusive right to
fourth place, and these ties have had
a tendency to keop Interest at white
heat throughout the season.
David B. Fegan. who has had wide
experience In the handling of matters
pertaining to bowling, is president of
the Southerners. He is assisted In con
ducting tho league by Clarence Thomas
Parker, who Is secretary and official
scorer, and XV. F. Bare, treasurer. A
hoard of directors consisting of one rep-
reaentntlvn frnm eftfli lentn 1iai f?enernl
supervision over the affairs of the clr -
cult Its personnel is as follows: Will -
lam Weyrich. Bookkeepers: L. Terry.
1 ..,.. ... 11 L-or..,.. unmr. 11 (
Hnarits Mechanical: H. O. Law'reriion.
Tie ami Timber, and C. Thomas Parker
','" .ii. .i An I.. rl.
One of the most attractive prize list
which has been hung up In any local
duckpin league will be available at the
end of the beuson. Only bowlers who
have rolled In thirty or more games
will lie eligible for any prize, cash or
merchandise. Awards will be made for
the following achievements.
High individual average,
Hecond high Individual average.
Club finishing first (prizes).
Club finishing seond fprUesr.
Club finishing third (prizes).
Greatest number of strikes
Greatest number of spare.
High Individual game.
Second hlih Individual game
High Indlvldupt set.
Second hlqh individual set.
High man on each team fprlzesi
Low Individual average (booby prUci.
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KOll at Peoria Meet
PKOR1A 111.. Feb. 4.-Morr than W
five-men teams will compete In Hie
American Howling Congress tournament
14th St. and Park Road
SlftralTtChlldrrn'a Claa la Mornlaj
Special Thla Week
Friday. "Kiddies' Mght"
l.auira adaalttrd free every nlghl,
except Friday and SMurda..
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Private or Cla Inttructlon.
tr.u q it.
Exponent nf Modern Uancinic
I'horir North Ci4
PRO-' VVYMJHAM. MtW. JiLIA .v. .ll-d
Mll.UEIt. private leona. nil duniec. In
ton. 60c. Clam TliurmJm. :ii. SIC l.'lh n.
Ih Mnln K7
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all lattftt Uviilcs H.V It. I. u-e
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tonp an' lioui.
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lall ro'jin. Latest danre torrevl y laucnt an
hour with music I la & .Inner, Vjfi rt
' l'HOtT 1IKHCI I.Kb
Teacher of iio is.'ul ildin.(r.B. .ill itr t ami
tue riant t. npicidl Ruh.-.an 0am w ;u tli ni.
PCHOOl. OF DANvI.Ml
AL,t. BAIJ.HOOSt UANL'ES.
BEUABCO THKA'ir.E. PIKI.NE M. ;.r.V
MISa LLONA CALL.AN
KM 6 th 'T ,N V". vl ii uuern tlnti in ci,,
i ateit Lidi. the Ion 'Km baiK , .lancins
Mooeia e uriiei t hone Noi th ,,;
(il.OV t:it& l-Lilii ST N. W I'll nt
IT lessuirt. .nl hour, -Ct riKliwa k i '.
tfU. lu tun 'mnkO IhsllMliun etc i lata a
dnue i Uf., fl i Sat eve jic Laaie li
Mltn. mlUrS IIA.MINU ii i.iiiil.' v h; ;
m N I nte e.Civ Slonu.it e e ,v '
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m'issks rHMm:ni.Ai " ""
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MU lr l. uaav, ta, . tt. at. MJ Mi.
here In March, according to word re
ceived by local tournament official
from Abe langtry. the secretary.
Langtry sas unusual Interest Is bclna;
shown In the Peoria event and he ex
pects h Hit that is likely to equal or
siirpacs'the record (,r lx hundred teams
I 10. .1. RVHII. nl' IVIrr.ll nrn.lilMil nf
the A U. C. writes th.it the largest
delegation that ever lett Detroit for a
similar evtirt will come to Peoria. At
least fifty ' teams are promised by
hdrles m. Halter, or st. L011I1, a mem
ber of the executive committee. Kdwln
11 Meyers, of Indianapolis, and William
V.. Kellv, of Ottumwa. Iowa, wrlta that
they will accompany big delegations. A
FPeclal train will bring Ht. Paul and
Loses to Bernard.
Joe Turner failed to throw Tony Bar
nard, the Itnll.in wrestler In a handicap
match at the Majestic last night. Turner
agreed to throw his opponent twice in an
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