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THE WASHINGTON TIDIES: FRIDAY, MARCH 21; 1Q1G. '
Of Course, Willard Doesn't Quite Agree With Mofan on a Few Things
Cogjrisht, 1916, by R. L. Goldberg,
. WITH HIJ mwRi.v t VsV'- APT wMr Will W I 3 tl
DMQRROW NIGHT IS
LAST FOR E
Masonic League Will Have
Twenty Teams in Action
Against the Maple Pins.
Tomorrow night, nt the slroko of
In elve, the bars will drop or the entries
for the A. C. n. A. tournament.
Tho big bowling classic will be In
augurated just ten days Inter, on April
3, when the District Commissioner,
Major Pullman, and other local and nationally-known
celebrities will toe tha
fcul-llncs of the sixteen new tourna
ment alleys, and send the bulla thunder
ing down tiio glistening maplcR for the
opening of tho greatest tcnpln, duck
piu and candtopin tourney over held In
the history M the same.
As many entries ns have already been
received these beyond the expectations
of tho promoters they will not number
tip to tho scores coming In nt this eventh
hour with every mall. Telegrams from
nil section announce the entrance of
new contestants, whllo tho telephones
at tournament hcadqunrtcrs are buzzing
with Inquiries and ussurancet, that thlB
team or that individual will to on hand.
A special mooting of the executive
committee. In charge of tho tourney,
was held In tho rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce, yesterday. The various
Applications for concessions were dis
posed of, nnd the question of admis
sions and passes settled. The admis
sion price was fixed at twonty-llvo
Bowling Tc night.
Pcatofflce Indopts vs. Finance.
C. & P. Telephono Co. Construction vs.
Contract, Intcr-Dcpt. vs. Revcnuo,
Engineer vs. Cashier.
Commercial Washington Oas Light Co.
vs. Ilecht A Co.
Interbureau Publications vs. Plant In
dustry. Capital City Dureaus vs. Jewels, Wav
erlys vs. Ivories.
Georgetown Commercial C. P. Ash Co.
vs. Cavannugh & Kendrlcl:.
Bureau of Eng. nnd Printing 7 vs. 8.
Masonlo St. Johns vs. Washington
Centennial, Pentalpha vs. Osiris.
Knights of Columbus Green Box vs.
Marine Corps Bublg vs.. Olongnpo.
Mt. Pleasant Parks vs. Decatur.
P. E. P. Co. Arc vs. Commercial, Pur
chasing vs. Bookkeepers.
Navy Yard East vs. Eroc.
Northeastern Union Printers vs. Im
perials. Bed Men Osceola vs. Logan.
Phi Mu Sigma Alpha vs. Epsllon I.
District Shermans vs. Newcomers.
Arcade Inglcsldes vs. Arcadians.
Royal Arcanum Kismet vs. National.
ONLY THREE "VETS"
LEFTOVER FOR TECH
FROM LAST SEASON
Coach Fury Has Hird, Eiseman,
and Pfeiffer in Line for
"LITTLE OF EVERYTHING."
By "BUGS' BAER.
Singles, R. W. Relchard, W. J. Dillon,
1 D. Jay.
Duckplns Single, J. C. Kreh, Balti
"Laurel." Laurel. Md.. duckntns
Team, O. Marbury, A. E, Williamson.
J. F.tPalmer, 'captain; C. fhalr, II. M.
W. Titles. E. Merson.
Duckplns Doubles, M. A. Alcl'ormlcK
and M. S. Watson. 8ingles. M. . Wat
son. "A. .T. Simons Co.." duckplns Team,
P. D. Payne, A. J. hlmons, j. A. Head,
N. Miles. T. F. Kcene, T. I'. Mayhew,
to. S. Skinner, captain.
Christian Xandor Team. Lee Dulln,
Jarnes Fisher. Joo Klernan. K. J. Mode
captaln; Norman Uurch, and J. E. mi-
A check for JoOO, payablo to the Wash
ington Tournament Company was re
ceived yesterday from tho Masonlo
league, to cover tho entrance fees of
their twenty teams in the tourney. This
Is said to bo tho largest lenguo ontry
made In any bowling tournament In
recent years. Tho Miunim urn nut in
Jimko all comers "rldo tho goat."
Here nro tho Masonic ontrlcs, and
fcome othars recorded today;
Mount Pleasant Lodge Kred D. Hels
ler. A. U. Swann. A. IX, Williams, Law
rence It. Green. II. J. Saers. captain; E.
Lebanon Lodge T.eckl, Bauer, Ga
boon, Wood. McClelland, Crawford,
am! II. A. Meals, captain.
Dawson l.odge-J. Ii. Grampian. D.
V. Loveilng. O. L. Taylor. H. Oreu
berg nnd W. F. Nalley, captain.
Acacia Lodge J. II. Levlnson, B. E.
Warren, W. i:. Anderson, E. J. l.am
Bter. E. II. Honey. L. Colwell and E.
31. Matthv. captulu.
Myron M. Parker Lodge J. Spenel,
XV. P. McGee, L. Llpp, V. C. James. J.
Ii. Brlggs, G. E. Hehrman, captain.
King David Lodge ii. L. Leslie,
Charles Vandcrsllp. W. C. Parry. F. N.
Chase. W. O. Flrevcd. K. D. Stncklnt,
National Lodge-R. W. Miller. J. H.
Richards, jr., I.. V. I.ovtng, J. V. Bur
ilette. F. E. Uhlttlll, J. L. McOrew,
Naval Lodge W. A. Milstead, J. L.
Mack. S. D. Polo, C. K. Uaker, It M.
Henderson. W. Illlderhrand, W. J.
Columbia Loc5i:c-l R. Helmlel. 3. W.
Chlawell, O. Aclcman. W. H. Oliver. A.
Unas, G. Bedell, A. 11. Sonncman, cap
tain. "Velvet Kind" duckplns) team R.
Chapin, captain: W. E. Ilowser, W.
JIarlcy. II. Schmidt. II. W. Armlgcr.
Doubles, R. Chapin and W. E. Ilowser,
"W. Hnrlcy and J. Baum, E. Mueller
and H. Schmidt, M. Wood and II.
Armlgcr. All are entered in the singles.
J. Phillips Sausage Company duck
plns) team W. Elliott. S. Acton. W.
Mulr, A. Urban, F. Splcer. 55. Clark and
Nick Chaconas, captain. Doubles. Nick
f'haconaH nnd T. T. Kcnne. Singles,
District National Bank duckplns)
team G. C. Burns, J.' M. Greenshaw,
W. C. Looker. It. J. Moore, C. E.
Carter, Jr.. J. A. Dorrltee, E. S. Wolfe,
captain. Doubles, J. M. GreeiiBhaw and
r. E. Carter. Jr.. W. C. Looker and G.
V Burnt. J. A. Dorrltee and R J.
Moore. All nre entered In the singles.
Buckey SpcclnlB duckplns) team C.
Jerman. II. Taylor, V. Price, A Krouss,
II. Ober, J. Well, A. Monoghan, cap
tain. Iroquois tenpins) team II. T. Waters,
I. V. Fritz. Ii. Krauss. F. McMahany,
A. W. Allison. J. E. Field. Bailey E.
Brown, captain. Doubles, II. T. Waters
nnd J. K. Field, A. W. Allison nnd I.
r Frltr, James E. Field and Bailey
E. Brown. AH nro entered In tho
Dnckplns-aingicT C K. JBeobBen.
Capitol Hill." duckplns-Tcsm, J. M.
cAptnln. Doubles. P. B. Feneran and
W, Ilelchard. W. J. Dillon. L. B. Jay.
captain. Doubles, P. B. Flneran and
K. J. Chester. H. Schnfter and W. G.
Wllon. R. w. Relchard .nd L. B. Jay.
Payne Is leading In the business
men's pocket billiard tournament, now
being played off at the Grand Central
Palace ullcys. Payne has three straight
wins to his credit. Elliott also has yet
to be defeated, having won his only
Chaconas rnnk next, with a perccntago
ui ,w, an iour nuving come out on. top
In one of two gainox
Boflklncra fn tmlnv'. tflnv, nrA. l n
Head vs. Elliott; S p. m., Klngvs. lteed.
Tlie masonic Ducltpln raguo win
...u u mi ix-u.ii luurnameni on Aiarcn
31. at the Royal alleys; tho proceeds to
go toward defraying tho 'expenses of
tnpl. tvr&ntv Innmu I.. !. A r. r
tourney. A. committee consisting of
George If. Post. II. J. Sears, and E. D.
stocking has been nipolnted to arrange
.1. A. MrfSrAtv Uom-dh n T.,. a
r r ! ""w ""sire, nnu
C. I.-CrJbaey hnve been named a com
mit TO A tf rrnt'Mn fm i.niiikii.UH a m
Masonic nlelit at the hie tourney. Aw
..u ...uuiio ichkiiu win nave me largest
1 ' .f. n"' "" orKaniiation, an cr
fprt will be directed toward making
April 12 has been tentatively named ns
: n. ... .." w,1cn me .Masonic tenms
will hold tho tenter of the Mas. The
howlers will be arrayed In special shirts
for the occasion.
.n U! Fellows lenirue last nloht.
Mt. Pleasant forfeited to Washington
Annntlnrnm.inl Ii.. i.aam ... -.
tournament headquarters that the tem
porary offices of the Washington Tour
nament Company In tho rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce, will remain
open until midnight tomorrow for the
purpose of receiving last-minute cn-
ii up, iur inc uig tourney.
The woman's duckpln quint of the
Nfttlolinl Pniiltnl nv. In., ini.fr ..
- ..,. ,...... ...,.,.,. .now IIIKII1 1YUII
WKm mutch of a six-game series
'.mi me i woman s team of the Grand
Central Palace alleys, and with It tho
The National Capital team went Into
the match, last night with nn clnhty
nlne pin lad, from tho tlrst block of
games, played off last week. The Grand
rVntrnl tnm nlnWil im 4m. .1 - ....
clghty-nlno points. The score:
NATIONAL CAPITAL ALLEYS.
Miss Qualtes M 74 fi- '
Miss Thomas ss 8.' icj Jo
Miss Freeh 78 101 7ft a4
Mrs. Greenwood... S2 74 po a6
Miss Williams 82 30 72 ag
Totals 420 427 "Tos-Iais
GRND CENTRAL ALLEYS.
Mrs. Isemann 87 78 78- m
J' C'ark 92 84 86- 272
Mss Addor 78 91 97-
Miss Bervler cs k NV "4s
Jlrs. Voseiobcrger. 81 S8 71 sis
Totals m 411 417-1,287
Billy Martin Injured;
Giants Won't Keep Him
MARLIN, Tex., March 24,-BIUy Mar
tin, the fonfier Georgetown University
chortstop. had the misfortune to Injure
the small linger on his right hand ves
terday, and It Is thought a bone may
bo broken. The finger Is badly swollen
today, and Is all colora of the rainbow.
Martin la popular with his team
mates, but Manager McGraw will not
keep him. It Is probable that he will
go to some International League club.
II Is a clever Holder, but a bit weak
with tha -tick.
By BRYAN MORSE.
Tech Is ablo to corral but three vet
erans from last year's nine, which made
such an enviable record, and Coach
Fury Is up against a hard proposition.
Denby Hird, pitcher and captain; John
Eloeman, second base, nnd Dave
Pfclftcr, on outfielder, are tho only "T"
players ready for the campaign.
There Is a, "Wealth of material, how
over, which Is being whipped Into
shape. Tech goes up against Episcopal
tomorrow. Brumbaugh and Koop are
the catchers trying out for the regular
Job. Hesldes Hird. thero are three
youngsters, Snyder, Shoomaker, ana
Urlckcrd, waiting for a chance to dis
pluy their wares.
In the Inlicld, Htockctt. Stevenson,
and Brlggs are on llrst. Eiseman Is at
second. Do Ia Verngo at short, and
Freeman and Hutchinson at third, in
the outfield, Pfeiffer, Cole, Bland. Gold
lng. and Duffy aro being carried along.
Besides the regular high school bat
tles, Tech has scheduled the following
games: March 25, Episcopal; 27, lion
zaga; April 1, Bliss Electrical School;
4, St. Albans, 7, Georgetown l'rcps; 13,
Army and Navy Preps; 29, Tome Insti
tute; May 17, Army and Navy l'rcps,
Si. Charlotto Hall.
The Tech team Is practicing at Fifth
and Florida avenue northeast at pres
ent, but will shift to the Monument
Grounds on the first of the mouth.
I "Tug" Fury has been hooked up to a
1 contract and will havo charge of the
Tech team from now on. The new
I coach Is enthusiastic over prospects, and
1 expects to develop n slrqng nine.
Despite the fact that the weather man
has threatened rain for tomorrow see
nnv local forecast collego and high
rchool baseball teams will try to get
their Initial games run off. Mt. St.
Joseph's, as usual, will onen the George-
. lUWIi FlllCUUia Ull lilU XIJIIIUP II IIIV (Jill
mond Is dry enough to stage n contest.
'Catholic University will make G.-illaudct
nt Dome at urookiand In the .nrst en
gagement for both teams.
Central High is booked - fill an en
gagement with th Ulli-" Electrical
School nine, Tech U down f r u Joui nty
toAlexandrla to plv uh.i E.il-cypal Mtn
School team, whiln jit. Albans and Ext
ern will play If tho battlo cannot be
run off today.
Buslcss is due for a trip to Pooles
vllle, Md., to meet the Hrlarly Hall
team, coached by Sid Lodge. These
games nre expected to formally open
the baseball season, unions the weather
man knows what he Is talking about.
Teams In this section are unusually
backward this season. Few real work
outs have been held on account of the
cold weather, and diamonds have been
Impossible for anything In tho lino of
practice. Some work has been done on
the grass nt Georgetown. Gallnudet, and
Catholic University, whllo the high
schools, for tho most part, have been
forced to toss a few and then go In.
Several yeats ago teams In this sec
tion got into line for baseball as early
as March 8, and by this time of the
year fairly v. ell seasoned. Year before
last rain knocked nil teams cut of prac
tice and It wns only during the last
week In March that the teams were
nble to get any regular sessions In tho
Palmer Steams, Western's captain of
last season, has been shifted to richt
field on the University of Virginia
team. Stearns had a poor year last
season but eeoma to have regained his
batting eye. In three games the young
ster has gotten sK hits and appears to
nave caugni on tor goon.
Finds Ty Cobb's Ring.
mOINCINNATI, March 24.-Ty Cobb is
to get back his 1600 diamond ring which
lie lost two weeks ago, It has been
found by a little boy and he will turn
it ovor to the star tosicr.
"S a m Craw
ford started in
as a pitcher, but
Exactly 0 shopping Uy- till Chrltin,
but only one till the big n-ht.
Many a rook is a second Ty Cobb
for a second.
Accordlng to the bitten bugs. Villa's
only chance of lengthening his life Is
to take up golf.
GRATEFUL CHILD, BUT TWINS
Fliures on Wllla-it's li-lcht show that he
la the only thing higher than a royal fluiti.
Fumbling the big army plan Is a boot
for Congress aJ must be placed in tho
Answer to Quccricx.
K. '., Because everybody plays
doesn't mnko golf popular. Everyone
has snow, hut it ain't popular.
B. & O. Impossible to get a polo out
fit nt Woolworth's.
A. M. C Yale uned to be In the "Big
Four," but you'd never know tho old
! I) -Cmi't trll how many yard- of
aunagrn were ruhl nt the orld fair In Chi
cago In UK. Thfy dliln't keep athletic
records In thca da-.
B. M,. Nobody has ever been ar"
rested for scalping world scries
tickets in Cincinnati.
Copyright. 11. by the Virm 1'nblli.hlnit Co.
(The New York Evening WorU).
Dlfferenri' Iwtwrrn the nl.I rnd
modtrn nnhleri In about 5S0.OCO.
Congress having killed tho stronger
Army bill, there Is a chnnce for Navy
Connl" Mack has the nucleus for a strong
Irani unlen the Gerry Boclety atepa In.
If the United States got Into a big
war, at least Amerlcun women would
know whnt wns keeping their husbands
Reich Beats Flynn.
NEW YORK. March 24. Al Reich
easily outpointed Dan "Porky" Flyjin.
the Boston heavyweight, here last
night. Flynn was sent to the. mat In
tho first round, and thereafter did
little but cover up.
Matftrd Vic Will
Be in Local Show
Wire-haired Fox terrier Valued at
$7,500 Will be Seen in April
Two of tho best wire-haired fox ter
riers In tho world arc to be shown at
the fifth annual exhibition of the Wash
ington Kennel Club, April 13. 1. and 15.
They are George Qulntnrd's Mntford Vic
and Wlrcboy. Matfnrd Vic was ruled
the best dog In tho Westminster show,
which Is some achievement. The two
beauties are certain to attract a lot of
attention. Mntford Vic Is valued at
The Netherlands ministry will enter a
number of dogs nt tho coming show.
Bulldogs hnvri Jumped Into tho lead
for the largest number of entries for
the show, and there Is certain to bo nn
excellent grouping of this breed.
One of the best bulldogs to be seen
hero Is'Ypsoro Dundee Sir Fred. Import
ed Into this country by Harry Rushton.
This dog wns the best bulldog In tha
recent Baltimore show, and comes here
determined to show Thunderboy his
1 Stewart Barr's High Sheriff will be
shown, ns will Dr. G. N. Payette's
T. G. Crosby, of New York, has enter
ed his entire string of bulldogs.
Only one more week remains for the
entries to be accepted, and already the
prospects are for a three'polnt show..
Superintendent George F. Foley la en
thusiastic over the exhibition, and
writes that it will surely eclipse any
thing ever given In this section ot the7
Magoffin May Be Coach
Of Hatchetites' Eleven
"Maggie" Magoffin, star halfback at
Michigan In 1905 and 1906, Is expected
to be namod coach of the 1916 George
Washington University football eleven,
to bo aslstcd by Brown, a former Van
dcrbllt player. Those behind the team
want Magoffin, who coached the Buff
and Blup in 1910, the last year tho uni
versity hc an cloven. ,
Arrangements have been concluded to ..
have the gridiron players use the Y. M. '
M. C. A. for a dressing quarters and
tho practice skirmishes will be played
across from tho Pan-American bulldlng
on Seventeenth street. Games will be
played cither at tho new central sta
dium or at American League Park.
Braves Still Better.
MIAMI. Fla.. March S4.-The Braves),
Mill hnve their old hoodoo o"T the.
Mackmcn. defeating their?, 8 to 3. here.
yesterday. Rudolph and Barnes out--classed
Joo Bush, Cmwcll nnd 8hoe
han. Bush was wild as a hawk, pass
ing five In the first Inning. Tn mnkeu
matters worse. Crane, playing short-,
stop for the Mackmen. became rattled
and by the time he came down to earth,
the Brnves had four runs.
I'l.der the National I.earuo player limit,
she police couldn't arreat more than a team
of tnentyone Jean Crones,
Uncle Sam's diplomatic
notes have changed to a
As n ground coverer. Trls Speaker
Is runner-up to Panclio Villa.
As uaual. Heinle Zimmerman ahould Irad
the league In baltlnr.
' Scrambled Ads.
To lose your teeth Is one's own fault,
Deposit In our safety vault.
Hopelessly upon n time there was
a chronic grandstand manager, who
was a member of the divan yacht
club, the steam heated baseball
league, and tho bufTct golfers. Never
getting nny nearer to the ring than
the 174th row, ho was the bird who
always megaphoned that tho scrap
pers were pulling their thumps. He
could get n toe hold In the upper
pavllllon and win the pennnnt
Mingle pawed. He knevt tho umps
were as wrong as a burglar, and his
vocal pyrotechnics wafted to alien
climes. They looked him up In tho
books nnd found that he had horned
In on a complimentary pass, When
they remonstrated he threatened to
extract Ills patronage,
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