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I i Ivf^MI 8 ^f^*' ^r'^^ii-s^'^gs^^JS\ Wednesday1'" Powers and Arcade Teams Set Hot Pace at State Bowling Tournament. Winona, Minn., Feb. 21.With the Powers team winners of the five-man event last night and the Arcades Xo. 2 piling up 082 in a slnsle game, Minneapolis teams have set a pace that will require some excellent work on^the part of bowlers from other sections of the state, if they desire to keep in the money class. It looked like the Arcades for winners in the first game of the five-mun events, but they fell far below par in the second trial, leaving a hole for the Powers men. The Arcades again forged ahead iu the third game, but their flunk lit the second had been too complete to make possible a victory on a 90t score. At that, the advantage was only SO points. Already it appears that the Powers men will extend their championship to embrace the state as well as Minneapolis. Last night they pre served their steady, nonspectacular style of play that has carried them thru victors many times. The scores of the five-man teams were as follows: Powers. Minneapolis 902 S3! S37 2570 Arcades. Xo. 2, Mpls 0S2 638 900 2540 Courts, St. Paul 854 829 802 2487 Albert Lea 721) 792 773 2294 Picketts, Winona 72S Six) 690 2218 Miller of Albert Lea forged ahead of Zimmer man of Minneapolis in the siugles, and Fred rickson of Minneapolis is now second, Gose wich and Muggley of St. Paul are first in the doubles, which opened yesterday afternoon. The tournament is going on smoothly and the bowl ers are all pleased. No special business has yet developed for the annual meeting tomorrow noon. The scores: THE SCORES IN DOUBLES. Gosewich and Muggier, St. Paul 417 Wila and Georgen, Winona 335 Fredrlckson and Brandt, Minneapolis 398 Hoss and Beadle, Albert Lea 308 Mample and Mnlone, St. P. a.36 Miller and Hellhake, St. P. 298 Crangle and Bauman. Wi nona 365 Girup and Bissinger, Al bert Lea 819 These and Hock. Winona... 246 Gilbert and Swanson. Mpls. 321 Olson and Neefus, Mpls... 363 RESULTS IN SINGLES. J. T. Miller. Albert Lea 160 F. W. Frederickson, Mpls.. 184 J. T. Miller, St. Paul 212 F. B. Maple, St. Paul 181 Wm. Malone. St. Paul 171 H, Muggley, St. Paul 179 C. Hellhake. St. Paul 159 W. Gosewich. St. Paul. 1 C. P. Crangie. Winona 191 F. Bissinger, Albert Lea... 189 Fred Tees, Winona" 179 M. Georgen. Winona 135 W. L. Bedle, Albert Lea... 165 H. S. Gilrup, Albert Lea... 149 347 404 396 314 1160 1080 314 311 316 308 342 3S2 346 306 1054 1001 998 912 365 356 1086 261 330 330 395 321 355 312 351 901 1037 063 1190 220 185 im 187 183 156 204 124 205 183 147 137 143 136 180 169 169 160 156 174 139 159 134 160 142 181 138 111 560 558 631 528 510 500 5 2 489 530 532 46S 453 447 396 LATOMA GETS AFTER RACING PROMOTERS Cincinnati, Feb. 21.The city council of La tonia. Ky., last night passed an ordinance for annexation of Latonla racetrack' to the city. In addition to the increase of the city's tax dupli cated by the annexation, a large income for the city is expected iu the shape of licenses for bookmakers and bars operating on the track. It is said, however, that the racetrack owner will not consent to be annexed and contribute to Latonla city's taxes with little or no benefit In return, and a vigorous fight in the courts is expected. OHIO A|ATEDRS MAY PLAY ON SUNDAY Journal Special Service. Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 21.A bill providing for Sunday amateur baseball in Ohio probably will be introduced by Senator Schmidt of Cleveland. The senator says he has received mauy requests, some of them from ministers, for such a meas ure. "I believe it would be a splendid means of recreation and would keep young men from more harmful amusements on Sunday," said he. There are other ministers who condemn the proposed bill and say the senator may as well advocate amateur Sunday poker, prize-fighting, Stealing and murder. SUES GEORGE LENNON Alleging non-payment of his full salary as manager of the St. Paul club last year and refusal to turn over to him commissions upon the sale of players. Manager Mike Kelley of the Minneapolis baseball club has brought suit against George Lenuon, president of the St. Paul club, for $2,369.69. Kelley claims $1,000 is coming to him for unpaid salary and the bal ance for commissions. He brought suit some time ago for $1,000 and then dismissed the action upon promise of settlement. It is de clared that Lennoi failed to settle and as a consequence the sec-ond suit has been tiled. CHESS PLAYER AMBITIOUS. Journal Special Service. Xew York. Feb. 21.Hungary"s chess cham pion, Geza Mnroczy, arrived here today on the Amerika from Hamburg. He seeks a match for the world's championship with Champion Lasker, but is not prepared to discuss details until he has had a personal interview with the champion who, tho in the west at present, is now a resident of this city. This desire to play for the championship, however, was not his sole purpose in visiting this country. Ma roezy comes as. a commissioner from the city of Budapest and his real business will be a thoro' study of the system of .industrial education in vogue here. To this he will chiefly bend his energies until his return in May. KELLEY TO FIGHT "TWIN." Journal Special Service. Chicago. Feb. 21.Hugo Kelly left this eve ning for Los Angeles, where he will meet. Jack (Twin) Sullivan, March 0. The weight will be 158 pounds at 6 o'clock. Kelly is In exception ally good shape for the fight, and will not ha-\e much trouble in making the weight, inas much as he has been in training for the pro posed fight with young Mahoney at Hot Springs. Left or reverse twist is applied to the cue ball, which is struck about a quarter above the center. The flight from one end rail to the other and then back again is the odd feature of the shot. Ordinarily the player would play off "C" first, go to the rlghthand rail, then to the end rail and over to the side rail. Here we have a bank shot, one in which the cue ball strikes three cushions before touching either object ball. A left twist sends "A" against "B" and "C" simultaneously. This shot requires perfect execution. JOE GANS SAYS HE WAS DOUBLE-GROSSED Journal Special Service, San Francisco, Feb. 21.Joe Gans talks, freely of his fight with McGovern, in which he was guilty of faking. He said: "McGovern was in his prime and a great card. Chicago was pulling off some great fights and the crowds were enormous. Betting was heavy oh all the big shows, it being no trouble at all to bet $15,000 to $20,000 on a fight. "Herford represented to me that he could make an immense fortune backing McGovern. I was given.to understand that my share would be $40,000 or $45,000 if I faked to Terry. I would have enough money to keep me on Easy street the rest of my days. "Herford put up such a" strong talk that eventually I agreed. The result you know, but I where I got the worst of it my share of the spoils was not one-tenth of what Herford repre sented to me that it would be.~ "Herford and his friends got the money and I got the roasting. I was heralded as a fakir the country over. I declared then that that would be my last, but he got me into this other one with Britt." CLEVELAND MAGNATES TIE MANY TIN CANS Journal Special Service. Cleveland, Feb. 21.Eleven players have been given unconditional releases by the Cleveland club. The Atlanta team receives five of then* in return for the use of'its grounds for Cleve land's training trip. Tne five are Pitchers Ray mond, Burnum and Bracken, Catcher Evera and First Baseman Fox. Baieman is returned to the Milwaukee team. L. Manskey goes back to Des Moines, Pitcher Brockett to Buffalo and Lipe to Macon. Catcher Sain Brown was re leased to the Boston Nationals and Pitcher John Halla to Indianapolis. The St. Louis Americans refuse to waive claim to A. O. Jordan, former manager of the Atlanta team. Cleveland pur chased him from Atlanta last season for the purpose of covering him up. CONTRACTS AtfD RELEASES Haxry Pulliam Announces Changes in the National. New York, Feb. 21.Harry C. Pulliam, presi dent or the National baseball league yester day announced the following contracts and re leases ContractsWith Cincinnati, Ed ,T. Phelps J. C. Delehanty, Orville Overall, Charles B. Chech, Charles .W. Harper, Robert Ewing, Fred W. Odwell, John Lobert, Thomas W. Corcoran, C. Carr. With Brooklyn, John Butler, Emil Batch, Charles A. Alperman, Charles Malay, Philip Le,wis, James Casey. William Bergen. With Chicago, Walter Mueller, Mordecal Brown, P. J. Moran. ReleasesBy Cincinnati to San Francisco, Charles S. Street. By New York to Toledo. William Clarke. By Boston, unconditionally, William Stroh and Irving K. Wilhelm. REDMEN SINK AGAIN Find Basketball Prowess Much in Evi dence on the Coast. Eugene. Feb. 20.-The Redmen are growing travel worn, and they lost to the Oregon Aggies at Corvallis by a score of 25 to 15. The score for the first half, was 12 to 3. The lledmen will rest for three days and will go to San Fran cisco the latter part of the week. The Redmen last night defeated the Univer sity of Oregon team by 23 to 11, showing their old-time form. A substitute was used for the first time durins the trip. The university team is considered equal to Corvallis. The score for the first half was 17 to 4. Evening I ^Everything Worth While- in Sport Is Gathered MINNEAPOLIS MEN BURN UP ALLEYS I Say, You Know Champion Willie Hoppe's Best Billiard Shots Illustrated The cue ball slides off "D to the end rail, thence to the side rail and then back to the end rail that it has Just left. The twist'ac counts for the freak angle. A four-cushion shot is made with very little twist to the left of the center of the ball. This is a shot of magnificent distances. WESTERN FLYERS GO TO THE EAST Minneapolis Furnishes a Man for the Events at Pitts- burg. THORVALD THOMSEN. Journal Special Service. Chicago, Feb. 21.A team of four of the. fastest skaters in the west, including Adolph" Anderson of Chicago, who, in order to Join the team, registered at the last moment with, the Western Skating association, the governing body in this section of the country, left for Pittsburg today. In the smoky city the westerners will meet the eastern cracks in the national championship events Friday and Saturday, and while it is hardly expected that any of them will lower the colors of Champion Morris Wood, all doubt less will make a good showing, especially Thom sen and Fisher, who have had the' advantage of the ice in the northwest on which to learn. Minneapolis, sends Thorval V. Thomsen, cham pion of Minnesota, who may make it interest ing for the great Wood. Thomsen has had a great deal of skating this winter, while Wood has had but very little. Milwaukee will send Charles T. Fisher, cham pion of Wisconsin, who beat Harry Halvorsen of Chicago 150 yards in a two-mile race at Milwaukee Saturday. Fisher is very fast and has great endurance, and is liable to do credit to his home city. Adolph Anderson, the star of the Northwest Skating club of Chicago, who has defeated every man that he has raced with for three years, will go. CENTRAL AND EAST MEET Basketball teams of Central and Bast high schools will meet Friday evening in a game that will have some importance in the deter mination of the Minneapolis school championship. Both teams are in fine fettle and a close contest is expected. The game will be played at Drum mond hall. Sixteenth avenue and Second street NE. at 8:15 p.m. The ouints will line up as follows: East. Central. Clark right field Cahaley Way ...left field Lyford Gray center Witter Brand right guard Thompson Hawley left guard Schooley One of the reasons my Pickwick Rye is so popular is because of the mellowness it acquires by laying in warehouses that are kept at a uniform temperature ver day in the year for many a long year. Think of the money that is thus tied up! you wonder that "Pickwick: Rye costs most but is worth most?" SOLD EVERYWHERE MY FACE UPON THE BOTTLE LABEL of Geo. Benz & Sons,,', (-r II '"wit- Z\ St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.'tv Louisville, Ky.- Distilleries at Eminence, Ky. Baltimore M3.!,'' THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. This is a long bank played with right twist. The cue ball bumps the side rail first, darts up to the first object ball, touches the cushion, rolls back to the side rail and rolls gently against the second object ball. Much force with a right-hand twist is re quired to execute this shot. DULUTH QUltS NORTHERN TO FORM NEW LEAGUE Duluth, Feb. 21.An eight-clnb league to include Duluth, Superior, Calumet, Lake Linden, Menominee, Iron Mountain, Houghton and Han cock, will in all probability be the outcome of the present disorganized conditions in baseball circles in this part of the country. The Duluth club has practically severed con nections with the Northern league. Nominally matters have been left open till March 1, but unless the Northern league can. show up some thing unexpectedly good the Duluth club will not consider its plans. The new league with which Dulnth will affiliate will have a $1,000 salary limit per month for teams. The Michigan fans .are en thusiastic over the proposed new league. GEORGE DOWNER' NOW5 TRACK lEAM. COACH Journal Special Service Madison, VMs., Feb. JilPending^ the selec tion of a permangn^.feBh1(Gj-%Uua.te Manager Downer will take chj^e theairWisconsin track squad.1 The tfeW^ulWgn*that 4 athlete who has received ,a'Nj8hd^tionr.i any study cannot compete during the following-.semester will go hard with Wisconsin. 'It fs "expected that only four members of the track team can qualify under this ruling. It. is also'^said of the stars of the team will be, dropped if th foist*is enforced. SCHULTZ RACK TO RANKS OF WABASH Journal Special Service. Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 2i.Schults, the widely-known football player of Michigan, will leave Ann Arbor this week for his home in Indiana. His recent condition in studies was of such a serious nature as to compel him to leave school. He will return in the fall, but will not be able to play football until he has made up. Y. M. C. A.'S TO MEET Minneapolitans Expect. to. Give "Pro fessort" Rothfuss a Nightmare. S A floor, this even Pau I 0 ing will be clayed the annual basketball game between the teams of the Minneapolis and St Paul Y. M. C. A.'s. Director Carl Rothfuss of St. Paul is counting om$ victory, but the Min neapolis players say the Jovial German's dream will be a nightmare before the night passes. Both teams are playing fast and the brush should be a spirited one. A preliminary game will be played by the St. Paul Y. M. C. A. Intermediates and the Drum monds of Minneapolis. The contest will start at 7:30 .m. The lineun for the big game will be as fol lows: St. Paul. Minneapolis. Tolsen right field Cahaley Swenson left field Mclntosn Hansen (Capt.)...center Wilcockson Johnson left guard Hersch (Capt.) Davidson or Youngquist right guard Tngvall SWIMMERS TO COMPETE Journal Special Servicer New York, Feb. 21.Crack swimmers of th* country will compete at the national indoor and water polo championships for 1006. which open tonight at the New York Athletic club. The 200-yard A! A." U. felay championship will be the principal feature J9f the program. This race will bring together the pick of the fast est swimmers In' the XJqited States, including teams from the Chicago A. "A., Missouri Ath letic club, Pennsylvania university and two teams from the New York Athletic club. The fifty-yard championship and plunge for distance also will he decided, .while water polo eliminating games' between Yale and i^e New York Athletic club, Columbia" and Pennsylvania and the Missouri Athletic? club and Chicago A. A. will wind up the evening's sports. WISCONSIN BOWXEB.S AT IT. Journal Special Service. Oshkosh, Wis., Feb. 21..-The annual state convention of the Wisconsin Bowliiig association got under.way yesterday and will continue thru the week. In the five-men teams, fifty-six of which will compete, the Milwaukee Sentinels lead with 2,773 ping for three games of five frames each. Mahitowocs are second with 2,668. Of the two-men teams, E.. Schneider and C. Leinigke of Oshkosh led with 1,060. In the individuals Weiseman and Pleitke of Milwaukee are tied for first place with 571. THISTLES BEAT WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 21.itie Winnipeg Hockey team sustained its first defeat of the season last night, when they*were 'downed by the champion Thistles of Kenpra. The game was one of the fastest ever seen here, and owing to the close nature kept 5,000 spectators in a state of frenzied excitement thruout. The final score was 7, to 5. The Winnings wei seriously. weakened by the absence of Aldous, their star cover point, who' sustained a in tured collar bone in a recent game. ANXIETY AT LOTriSVlXLE. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 21.The town of High land Park, a suburb, last night passed an ordi nance forbidding the selling of pools within the limits of its boundaries! If the., ordinance is enforced the Western Jockey club Will be with out a race track in Lonisvflle, for the Douglas track recently acquired by -the Western Jockey club is within the litoits of Highland Park. TO TEST AHTIBETTIira LAW. Kansas City, Feb. 21.-To-test the cMwtttw tlonality of the antirace betting law which passed at the last sessldn of the legislature of SUssonrf, one race will be decided at Elm Ridge track, tomorrow. A ^.bookmaker \VU1 re ceive the wajers' which are to be offered, an arrest will follow, and the -case w^U be trtefl In the criminal -court. W rw^*- ATHLBTES LETT. A FE nm**mm0*00*0*0mimH0mm0*t*mm0k0*m0amm0mt *& 'V K* $fl L. Paragon Trousers The way our trousers are made gives them the correct crease hack and front a permanent "set that always looks well. 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