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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1912.
All Men Are Alike When
It Comes to Hosiery
They Want Just What
Only Gives Them
Wear without time-limit Guarantee
without coupons the most sightly, com
fortable, durable Hose made
Ball Park Improvements Start To-day
Colonial Pure Silk
Sold bj Wnblngioa't 32'U!ding"HibenIuben ind Men's Outfitter
Br BILL BAILEY.
Capital In throes of a wrestling epi
lemlc "Tank." Riley rays he has no intention
of Joining the Johnstown flub of the Trl-
State League, and wishes to depy tha
report All right, Tank, old boy we
Will Cooper, our eminent huntsman,
Sundayed on the Potomac and brought
home a couple of mud squabs.
Hob Roy Slacker says: "Here's -where
young Turner gets his "bumps;' watch
lss than two weeks now then for
some real baseta.'!. Buck Becker says
he can hardly wait for reporting time
Manager Brcen, of tho Cardinal He-
sen es, says that there are a lot of peo
pie trjlng to force .his basket-ball team
out of the league, claiming that the
men are oerwelght for a Class B team.
As a matter of fact Breen has a letter
from the president of the amateur bas-
krt.nall UaplM Tirinr fn th An,nlnp ftf
I' the season, admitting the Reserves to
"It seems funay to me," declared Breen,
"that these fellows are just putting in
heir kicks now after we have beaten
them. "Why didn't they say something
eanytn the reason-.
Looks like Brother Breen had a good
case nobody loves a squealer, any way.
It might not be a bad Idea to pnt the
Georgetown relay team candidates Into
the nands of a trainer like Mike Martin,
for the Hilltoppers will have to travel
faster than they did In Baltimore last
Saturday night if they expect to beat
Our old friend Simpson, the anchor man
on the Chapln & Sacks bowling team,
dropped around Ian night for a chat.
Next time he comes we hope he has
Billy Lehman in tow.
Frenchy called on Manager Griffith Sat
urday to pay his respects. The royal
rabid rooter says everything is all right
Here's what ho says, the very note he
"My Dear Bill I went and saw the
'little Napoleon' this morning We looked
oier the situation together, and, believe
me. the prospect never looked so bright
for a great season. There Is going to
be a lot of surprises for the fans. The
old fox" ir going to make a permanent
home in the hearts of the public At
any rate, be has already made good with
"I want you to co-operate with me in
m 'pet hobby.' and that is. a half hol(
da for the District of Columbia, for the
"If ou promise me the help of The
Herald I will see that a bill is Intro
duced simultaneously in both houses. "We
will appeal, through the columns of your
paper, to the business firms of the city
io mane mis oay a glorious success: and
we will get as a reward the undying
gratitude of thousands of citizens who
wouia oe unaDie to see the opening game
under any other circumstances. Are
jou game; a our anecuonate
BALPH WDTS AT POOL
Kerr Jersey Expert Hands Local
Edward Ralph, champion of New
Jersey, showed that he is some pool
player. He defeated Walter Wallace
at the Royal billiard parlor last night.
100 to 38. Mr. Ralph started-by run
ning the first two frames without a
miss, and his work throughout the
game was first-class.
The local players will have lo hus
tle if any of them win th.e. price of
fered to any player who defeats the
Jersey champion. The score by frames:
Rait ... u 18 73 13 8 l s 13 4-ltO
Relltee M ! ( 7 I I' i s-38
fcrretcbee Balph, L
Mr F M. Thompson, coamplon of the
Washington Railway X. iL, C, A, will
Play Ralph to-morrow night.
Largest Morning Circulation.
K-IIIST RACE-Five and a half fur
longs; for three- car-olds and upward:
pure K00; selling. Chilton Squaw. 100
Conner), 13 to 5. won; Uncle Jimmy
Gray, 111 Koerner). even, second; Stel-
i , "reyer. loo to I, third. Time,
;c-.-"' -ny iim, r ran limnsteiar,
""Jy Street, and Henock also ran.
bUCOND RACE-Seen furlongs, for
i ouro ear-oias ana upward; purse J300,
Jack Denman, 107 (Hopkins), 1 to 3. won!
La U. Mexican, 109 (Martin). 80 to 1,
"""" .""" -i" U-onnen, io a.
third. Time. 1:3 4-5. Bonnie Klolse,
Profile. Horace E and Glnrns .Ian ran
THIRD RACE-Ono mile, for three-year-olds
and upward: purse 8500. Re-
tuuutau. ju. itiopKinv, u to so, won;
heerup. 107 (Rutwell). 18 to 5, second:
Mad River. 107 (Peak). IS to 1. third.
Time. 1.47 4-8. Tom King and Father
uu &jso ran.
FOURTH RAr?Fl SVn fiirlnnfra. fr
three-) ear-olds and upward; purse SJOO.
Amoret, HI (Peak), IS to 6. won; Donau.
113 (Butwell). 6 to 5, second; Spohn. 103
(Forehand). II to I. third. Time, 1:33.
Mack B. Eubanks also ran
FIFTH R!ACE One mile: for three-
year-olds and upward: purse 300, sell
ing. Berkeley. 108 (Butwell). 7 to 30.
won; Camel. 100 (Sklrvln), 7 to J, second;
Belle Mawr, C (Connor). 33 to 1. third.
Time, 1 473-S. Agnar and Capsize also
SIXTH RACE One rrtlle and a six
teenth; for three-year-olds and upward:
purse 3400; selling. ' Force, 115 (Fore
hand), D to 3. won: Warner Griswell, 10S
(Ambrose'), 40 to 1. second: Montacnle,
105 (Sklrvln), 8 to 2. third. Time. ltMS-S.
Vespers. Short Order. Otlllo. and Ool-
conda also ran.
FIRST RACE Six furlongs. Novgorod.
io? (Taplln), -4 to 1. won. Duchess Phil
ippe. 103 (S. Johnson). 10 to 1, second;
Billy Mayhue. 110' (C. Grand), 30 to 1,
third. Time. 1:154-1. Irish Beauty. Kiddy
Xe, 'Swede Sam; Amarlllo, unlucky.
Hoops, and sparkette also ran.
SECOND RACE Six furlsngs. Gilbert
nose. 107 (Gross). : to ; won. High
street, ioi tuurnngame), : io l, second
Dave Montgomery. 105 (HUD. 10 to 1
third. Time, 1 131-5. Velsinl, Gra-
mercy. Harlem Maid, and Lonia also ran.
THIRD RACE Six furlomrs. Ferrona.
S3 (Hill), to 1, won; Faneuil Hall. 112
(J. Henry). 4 to L second: Anne McGee,
IK (Carter). 3 to 1. third. Time. 1-15 4-5.
Sona. Marie Hyde, John H. Sbeehan.
ard Port Arlington also ran.
FOURTH RACE-Slx furlongs. Sebago.
113 (Molesworth). to 5. won; Vanlr, 93
(J. Callahan). C to 1. second; Bitfield, 105
iTaDHn). E to 1. third. Time. 1 IS 5.5.
Lady Rankin and Chapultepec also ran
.FIFTH race six luriongs. Trans
parent. 104 (Bin-llngame), no to 1. won;
High Range. 110 (R. Hoffman). : lo L
second: Chess. 97 (Willis). 8 to 1. third.
Time. 1.15. Nyanza. Wings of the Morn
ing, uaciyius. n&ujjuiui. x-cuncii vjiri,
Allvla. Rose Worth, and Belle of the Bay
SIXTH RACE One mile. Blackmate.
10S (Gross). tol, won. Bit of Fortune.
100 (Carter), 8 to" 1. second: Zulu. Ill
(Molesworth), S to 1. third. Time, 1-14 4-5.
Juan. Discontent. Wicket, and Pitapat
BACING CARDS FOB TO-DAY.
FIRST KACB-TwTCr-oldi: pone, 1330.
and one-hill furlonga.
Prince Fboo... . .. II
Pollr Worth X
Bleachers Are to Bo Erected.
Also Dressing: .Rooms for
GRIFF AT GALLAUDET
Local Boss Will Watch Battery Can
didates Work. Out Other
Gossip and Comment.
Kali rord ...
Rnel Bnrc II...
SECOND RACE Four-rear-olda and upward;
purse. $300; aellinc; fire and ne-nair rarionsa.
Ace of Clnba....
THIBD KACB Toree-reai-owa ana upward
rone. $j00; one Bile and anentr Jartli.
lUinmmt . lot (Jawbone. ............... N
Kndrmloa IL....n 1J i Bart of Hope.
FOURTH KACE-Tliree-year-oM: pnrie. xro.
MUing: st and ooe-nau ranonpu
rirfiir 105 1 J. C. Core 111
PennnoTai ........ 13T I Lanlrio......... . Ill
Jennr Weill .... . IW I twreu ......... ill
tirare Patteraon 109 I Goidco rtarl.. HI
Sandy Hill... Ill I
fifth KAC&-Tnree-jeareiai ana vpwara; rxuse
SX0; aelllsf : lne Bile.
PlUjt............. 9MaavRlTer............ its
Pnek.. .............. IM JtwboD............ Ill
Iter 1W I
SIXTH HACK Tbrte-rnr-oldj and spwird;
pane, xso: aeUinr; six fnnonza.
Aprestlee alloirasee dahned.
By WILLIAM I'EET.
Manager Clark Grifflth. President
Noyes. and Vice President Walsh.
the Washington baseball club, took, a
trip to National Parkr yesterday after
noon and completed arrangements for
several important lmprovemer is.
Workmen will start to-morrow build
Ing the left field bleachers, and when
completed It Is expected that the stands
will seat close to 1,000 persons. The
bleachers will be painted a dark green,
as will the Inside of the fences.
It wajr also decided to erect the dressing-rooms
for the lilting club under
neath the main grand stand at once In
stead of waiting until next year. Work
will soon start and the rooms, equipped
with shower baths and other apparatus,
will be ready for the opening of the
An innovation Is also planned which
will do away with the congestion at the
main entrance. Two "ticket sellers will
do business from a box placed some
twenty feet from the entrance of the
park and In the middle of the big drive
way. The ticket sellers' box will accom
modate two men and should greatly re
lieve the crowd at the main gates on
big days. Heretofore Persons with tick.
els in their possession found It necessary
io ngni tneir way to the various en
trances on account of the lone lines of
humanity waiting their turns to pur
chase the pasteboards.
Just as soon as the frost leaves tha
ground the diamond will be leveled,
pitcher's mound raxed, and the batter's
boxes slightly elevated.
nothing will be done with the outfield
except rolling the turf, but next fall a
plow will dig up the ground, and the
necessary grading win follow.
Manager Griffith and Scout Mike Ka-
hoe hae accepted the invitation of the
Gallaudet College baseball coach to visit
Kendall Green this afternoon. The local
boss will watch the battery candidates
work out and have a few words to say
to the boys.
It is just such little acts as these that
are helping to make Clark Griffith the
most popular and best-liked manager in
the history of organized baseball in
A report from Nashville states that
Doc Wiseman, etcran outfielder of the
Nashville baseball team, has been given
his unconditional release. Wiseman now
holds a record which, perhaps, will never
he equaled. He Is the only minor league
player to start his professional career
on a minor league tam and , stay with
that team for eleven consecutive years
without being tried out in the majors
or being transferred to another team and
back again. He Joined the Nashville
team In 1900, and has been with it ever
since. During his career he has played
1.401 games. In 1307 and 1910 he partici
pated In 142 games, and only one season
out of the eleven did he play in less than
100 games. This was in 1900, when he
took part in- S3. He was never known
to miss a game unless on account of
serious injury. Many times he partici
pated in a game when he should have
been in bed.
Thus passes one of the steadiest play
ers ever on a minor league team.
Catcher Alexander Sweeney, former
Eastern and Tri-State League player and
last year manager of the East Liverpool
team in the Ohio-Pennsylvania League.
has sprung a new idea in the baseball
world. He has opened a baseball school
In East Liverpool, through which he In
tends to Instruct the art of baseball to
all who enter. He Intends to use charts
and give lectures, and will instruct in
his own way, which Is the "show-'env
The school Is known by the nsme of
the Sweeney Baseball School Company,
and Mr. Sweeney himself is the dean. A
position is guaranteed every scholar as
soon a he is capable. The success of
this school will undoubtedly be watched
with interest by fans throughout the
a hole country.
B-? '.issssssssssm. :M
"" HHlsssssssssssssssV '
t S, WArVlrlBHS9
.Who la behind the bis wrattllnx eirolttl that vtl
be held at the Majeaue Theater tomorrow nls ht.
GRIFFITH TO ACT
AT BIG CARNIVAL
Nationals' Manager to Holiu Watch
at Turner-Anderson Wrestling
Match To-morrow Night.
Clark Grifflth, manager of the Na
tionals, will act as timekeeper at the big
wrestling tournament which will be held
at the Majestic Theater to-morrow night
under the management of Doc White.
Buck Becker, the local boy who has
signed with the Nationals, will K. ,
This carnival promises to he tha heat
contested one ever held in Washington,
as the men are about the same weight
In the different bouts and are about
evenly matched. The feature bout of the
evening, between Joe Turner, middle
weight champion of the East and claim.
ant of the world's title, and Sam Ander-
cn, noiaer of the Lord Lonsdale 1909
belt, promises to be fast and furious
from the start, as It is for hWvl Th.
winner will be matched with the victor
of the Gehrlng-Tokel bout in Cleveland
Tom Duchesne, who will ri..h ,ith
Martin Leonard in the second bout. Is
well known to local sportsmen, as he
gave Turner the hardest fight of hie life
on two occasional and the rhamnlnn von
uniy aiier me naraest kind of work.
The first match will be between Frank
Huseman. retired feather-weight cham
pion of the world, and English Jack
Connors, which will be the first mttch
Huseman has worked since fcl-re(at
to the game ' ' ,
The carnival will start promptly at
S:M o'clock, with Huseman and Connors
locking arras. An orchestra will be in I
uuenaance. and special arrangements
have been made to take care of the
BY CENTRAL QUINT
TenpinTeam Goes Into Third
Place in The flwald
tfO OTHER CHANGES
Who neeta TaBse" Boras to-morrow nlsht.
BIG TIME PUSHED
Ballroom and Motion Picture Thea
ter Turned Over to the Wres
THE WASHINGTON CITY
AGRICULTURE. CLASS A.
160 1M in
Totals (WO S76 S94-
CHAMBER OF rrM!irpnnr-
Cooper la j(7 174
Ricketts 117 "n"! r
"inner isfi 171 191
Garrett 1(3 j 1$;
WoUrref ................ Its
Joe Turner vs. Sam An&rsea
Tom Duchesne vs. MirbVtaftfrd
Frank Hnsemsn vs. Jaek Cmts
Feb. 21, 1:15.
Tickets at Wane's aad National
Sporting Goods Store.
Humptutma... ....... )M
I See It 109
Little Blonde ......... 1
SECOND nxcnsmtnt; alx farlonca.
jiabti nice... ........ Ku 1 rim raauloa.
aum rare ....., ium irmav.
Jloaem rnaeuia... lw
Tatar Beacn... .. )0S
Rtr if.. .......... Its
Florenes Kepp........ Its
Ratal Tee... ...... in I Dr. 8sont..
K.fr Louise 1 I Metrorohtaa
UHanrj-.. "...-. 100 Nona Uruna II. ....
FOUUTH Jtat-C-Wlllnr-teren farlaorc
lns ntrtridre . ss I tu Oreed......
Decemnon........... Jvt I Tallage Dlp.M.H,..M. ics
! tn and ece-halt fsr-
ie ...... .... Its 1 Ben lineal .
John H. SheehanV... IB Oeiiox.........
FIFTH BACS-semns: arm nirloexs.
Jnhn Heek.......... S3
Tim Jodce...,.. IBS
Keen llorlnt... ... IO
SIXTH BACK-SeDlas: one ralle and a fmu...
Dottle B-A....... I Jim Cafferata.....
-. ii ureen Krwce ...
MoieMJ............ 101 1
'apprtatiea aHowanc eUlmed.
Gefford to Manage.
Young Gefford was elected ninii-., t
the Xuipn baseball club last night The
boys expect to have a good team (M
year, as Mr. Gefford Ma alwavj handled
Y. U. C. A. BEGUIABS WTO.
Defeat the Hoaedale. Quint by 44
o 28 Score.
. The T. M." C A. Regulars defeated the
Roselale five last night In the tatter's
gymnasiam. 44 to , try. the "Washington
City Basket-ball League. The winners
had the 'game sewed "up from the start.
Line-up and summaryr
T. M C.A. vrtoSKOALB.
Fraaier. U F, Foter, U F.
Allirlne. T C
JltKlJ. It. G.
Entstllnta umer for .Fraairr. Goals from Boor
Frailer (I . Miller. Has (, Talk (7). - All.toe
a. fain (I). Leuls (U.-Kbodes (I). Goals tram
ire, tnea-roJter (D.
GOOD BOUT- TO-NIGHT.
Two good., wrestling- boufs are sched
uled foe tQ-nlght at the Gaycty Theater,
when X'.ob, Roy Mackey, of the old
school of wrestlers, will attempt to
throw 'Bumps'' Turner and Billy Mitch
ell within an hoar or forfeit the purse
of WW. This .match will start after the
regular performance, and as .Mackey has
been training faithfully to shew the local
sports that he cat) "come back" good
touts .are expected. ,
Bedell .Almost Knocked Ont.
JS'eW T6rlc, Feb. 19. Only Jos Be
dell's unlimited courage enabled him to
survive the ten rounds In his bout with
Owen Moran. theBrltlsh light-weight,
at tho Carlyle. AT C'ln Brooklyn to
nlgbtr Bedell was practically knocked
out In the. ninth round, but the bell
saved hi ml
Totals 7S9 805
Bunn i3 iti
Allison ......1... 10 ;
Brown vat so
Hartman 1 S4
Thomas IK 158
Totals 776 S9C
Roblnette 171 HO
Walker 12 1S3
Jacobson in 1C
In addition to a band for the big
WTestllng tournamtnt at the Arcade to
morrow night at SJX o'clock, the great
est wreitllng feast, the management has
made arrangements whereby the Arcade
ballroom will remain open until mid-
nignt. ana an invitation extended to
all the women who attend the tourna
ments to-morrow night, and who are
accompanied by gentlemen, to avail of
the same without extra charge.
The management has also arranged to
have the motion picture theater open
until dnlght. and Immediately after
the tournament Is completed will give a
special performance, to which all pa
trons of the wrestling tournament who
hold reserved seat tickets will be ad
mitted without charge.
Americus. of Baltimore, who was ached
uled to meet "Cyclone" Burns at Bos
ton on George Washington's Birthday,
has canceled his engagement In .that city.
owing to the fact that he anticipates
a hard struggle with Tankee Rogers.
wnora no win meet In the Arcade.
8had Link, the other Baltimore heavy
weight who will appear on the local
mat, is working with Americus. and
In excellent condition. He should prove
a worthy opponent for Dr. Roller, the
University of Pennsylvania graduate
and the world s most scientific wrestler.
The appearance, of Hara Mvkla. of
Japan, an advocate of the JIu Jltau style
or mat work, against William Bingham,
the champion middle-weight of England.
will undoubtedly create a great amount
of Interest as It Is the first time In the
history of Washington that such
event has been offered the public
The advance ticket sale Is being held
at spaiamg-a and a' the Arcade, and In
dications point to a rtrd crowd. The
management has made arrangements
wnereoy tickets can be obtained at the
Arcade at any time to-night.
DOWN THE at.t.tttp.
DISTINCT DCCKftt LTAOCE.
Many Soil in Singles and Doubles,
but No Marks Are Shattered.
Noted on the Alleys.
The Avtaw at Nlata
The Centrals, of the District Tennin
League, went Into tlrd place last
night In The Washington Herald's
duckpln tournament at the Royal al
lejs, with a total of 1,851.
The wlelders'of the big balls went
after the first place hot and heavy, and
had they kept up tbe pace, would have
landed In first place, but In the third
game, the Centrals fell'down. and Wat
son's charges, will have to be content
with tbe third position.
Joe Harris, with a. total of 3!1 for
the three games, outdistanced tbe other
bowlers, as he rolled consistently all
the way through, and never let up.
Watson came across with Jit for the
set. which helped along a great deal.
In the singles and doubles, quite a
few pin knights rolled, but V. Gull!
was thereat and at that he did not
land in the money. The Union Station
team. So. 2, rolled, under Capt Wltl
llams, but did not create any great
commotion, as they failed to roll up
to their usual standard, a set of 1,878
being the best they could corraL
Some good bowling is booked for to
night, as many expert pin knights are
expected to rojl.
The following are the -scores made
UNION STATION NO.
R. Fulk 94
l 16 to 19 arc
right in line for a
most exceptional suit
Inventory is over
and this lot must be
closed out immedi
ately. The patterns are mixed ef
fects, with grays predominat
ing. Just right for school
wear and for work.
half of the second game. Capt Brain
beard the echo.
Joe Harris is looking for the fellow
that said his partner wss lucky.
Cap. look at thelherlff scores. Whs
would have thor-ht It
BOWLING T0UBNEY DATES.
SCHEDULE FOR- TO-NIOnT.
Alleys X and 2, 'i30 Lent and
Leramoa Lereh aad Snlllrao.
Alleys 1 aad 2, StlS Bordea aad
Elsemaa 3 heehaw aad Rtstoa.
Alleys 1 and 2, 9i00 XeCarty aad
Hal ley Cnreaat, Grtaa, aad Rup
pert. Alleys 1 aad 3, Bi45 Strobel aad
Lander Measry aad Teat man.
Alleys 1 aad S. lOiSO Cromptosj
aad Malley GrUBa aad Rnpyerf.
Alleys 3 aad , JOhtS Leclde
aad Donn Brlam aad McCarthy.
Port .. n .Mr M rann . ub s jl
lowler.. . ! ? 0 Mecrett .. Ill 13 S7
GrTnie.... , Mr JOI latehett-... M M 100
Wella. n Its a Werkerlx .. 1 IT B
Uoodman... 117 106 IS Bodrick .. 8 Its lot
Totals...... 471 S Ml Totala....... RO 49 50!
T. M. a A. DUCKfl.V LEAGUE.
Vtihtrn. I T. .
Kahran . at 71 is Newerer.. f m t
.ubl....... l M m Oabom... IS It 110
Meaar. V a 1131 Cornell . IS H U
Totala ..... 31 II a Total, 3) XI
NATIONAL CAPITAL LEAGUE,
1S4 181 ITS
Kl SSt SS8-S.SU
174 IB IK
US 1S7 1M
Eckstein 198 197
Burdlne ISt 179
Redeker 143 1SS
Shaffer 173 ISO
Miller 184 188
Totals 8771 8S9
Lednum 188 193
Harlow 28 1C
Smith in Id
Henderson 138 178
Always the Same
IL Brown (Class B).. 18:
Ward (Class B) la
Young (Class O VJ
Gore (Class B) 1C
81s (Class O ITS
Whitney (Class A).
238 170 as
Jeannette Beats Tiro.
Philadelphia, Feb. l.-Joe Jeannetle
beat two men In the same ring at tbe
American Athletic Club- here to-night He
au put knocked out Morris Harris In
three rounds and had him hanging from
body punches. Chuck Carlton, of the
battle ship Massachusetts, was no match
for Jeannetle. and escaped a knockout
rentes a? in m
R. Hit M 100 m
Collin.. ... loo j m
IxrerM .M cue
U. Friolrj'... 119 111 111
Totala...... 43 817 83
Lwd W R IB
Hnrner .. .. 1 B in
Mllorlen . 11 S 99
n Neil) .... x w in
nrlaerieha. . OS ST 103
Totals. oi 478 80S
94 98 2S3
Allen 93 Si ai-
J curies ss 108
Martin , 93
SEEN AT ROYAL ALLEYS
To em an...
Rlrarenn .. H at S3
Theeoreon . lot 1 71
VVileor .. I) S tl
Moler . ..Ill ICO
Totals. ... IX Ul CI
KORTHCA8TEBX DL'CEPIN LEAGUE.
AUantiej. I Uneoln Larmdrr
FUPP. ..... SB IS
Totala...... 4S 498 4C Totala
ST las o-tr;rtu
SI las 7lFrrrooa- .. si
ju. i tan reaa sa
m i A.C1U1.....H... n m
Htanford...... M IS 1C
Prk , M M n
Kler .. n mt at
Boberta...... M 103 IU
tala. CI 83 OS
Breinahin , . M
tlae ....... tC It
Grizaaa..M.H 92 100
Totala 49 454 13)
HOC ST PLEASANT BOWLIXO LEAGUE.
rarnnont. I Colombia.
,.M. tu in
iiowiej... rrr us in
rlnea ir ui il
Itoete.-... in 178 MO
Intala...... 810 rfl SB
noodman .. 171 id ...
Lanwter....... 190 ltt ITl
Wlinimma . . UI IS
Totals.. SB TS i4
Kid LaVlsjae a 'Come Back."
Detroit. Mich.. Feb. 19. KJd Lavbrne.
who was the best of all light-weight
prise ring champions, announced to-day
that be Intends to return to the rlnc
The. "come-back" fever has ot him bad.
He said to-day that ha is convinced that
a course- of training win make him as
fast as ever, and he intends to take it-
Referee Saves Erne.
Easton, Pa- Feb. 19. Only the inter
ference of the referee saved ronnir
Erne from a knockout In the 'third
mnnjl .tf fttfl fttir wrl.H l&mtm. llt.....
2MtaJ. "Private Delivery. I o'f Allentotrn. before tha N.t..i a
3 V Hnm; W. tiumm Vate XHU C, here t6.nlht
carhoix qocxcil (k. or ci league.
- JM 7 117
McTana.. 71 OT
At the ARCADE
WEINESIAY RIGHT, 1:31
Six of the World's Premier
MUSIC BV BRASS BAND.
DR. ROLLER vs.
ej.u Jitsu Wrestling
Hara Mykta, Cfcasaptoa of Japan, vs.
Wss. Blagham, chasaploa
P. F. O'CONNOR. REFEREE.
Seats a Sale at
SPALBINS'S, 13 14th St aad at
Our old friend, Jack Work, again tried
to put the fans out of business. With
thst "yallow" shirt and those "bootleU."
Jack should have made about 400. WIU
he roll In another tournament never.
Small, of the Hsvenner team, worked
mighty hard for those scores of 103. 103,
And Moe was on deck all dressed up.
We saw that lad yesterday, and he im
parted the Information that he would
De on nana Saturday night. 0
Al Hurley only fouled twice, but be
was given the first one as ha alt but
broke his neck. Those scores of 79, 83
and 81 do not look like winners, even In
the "Work" class.
Exit the Fatlmas And poor old- "Pod"
No matter what they call him. "Pop
Is the most popular bowler In Washing
ton. The Centrals went Into third place with
a total of LS21 pins, which Is rather good
for a tenptn aggregation. Bet they wish
they could go Into third place In the
"Watso." with a total of 313. led th.
lentrais at the bat.
"Lucky' Leckle also was on hand with
a nice little score of SL No; the pin
uvy was uui vriuco.
As Williams, of the Union Station No.
2 team remarked, "You don't get 'em
when you hit 'em sometimes." But Guy
Elker never said that,
George King, accompanied by a "Pic
eadilly" collar, broke Into the llmellrht
with his partner. Mace, and they paired
up with a flying start. King getting
three pins and Mace going him on
Joe Harris, our genial little pin knlcht
started like a house a-flre, but "Lucky"
put a damper on the flames.
Better 'drop around to-night A real
bowler will roll. At least, George says
TATENT EXAMINEES' LEAGUE.
, (At Arcade ABeji.)
UrchanJe Ta. Oemlati.
crrr association tocbset.
(At Palace Allen.)
Trams at 738 oVioca-CarroUe. Cam B. aHeri
L 3. and 8: Fairmont. C -i. aad : Continentals,
B. 1. 8. aad 1; Bvreaua. A, 4. S. and 3;Goreramnt.
PnaUjax Offloa. B. 9 L aad 1. Ciratda. C. . X aad 4.
Doublet, at 13J o'docs Uaenlec and Elker. Claaa
A. alien 1. X' and 8: lUcstUa and Hasuur. A. X
4. and : Bnea and Tamer ae. B, 3. 8. aad 1: Good
sua and CaldaaO. C, 4. 8. aad 3; Fowier aBe.Oah
ler. B. aL aad 3; Dimrr sad rrhr. B.-4w3
Bineiea. at M.O odo Carrett. fStm A, aBerf
L 3, J; Cooper. A. 3. 4. and : Klesetta. A, 3i 8,
and 1; Haaser. B. 4. . and 3; Maciler, A. 3. L
and 3. Elker. B. 6. 3. and 4.
Slnslea, at 119 o'clock Baomacn. Caaa B. at
lera L 3. and I; WeUer. B. 3. 4. and ; Seatoa. C.
3. 8. and 1; Ward. B. 4. 4. and 3; Boer. B. 8, 1.
aad 3, UeLeasaa, B. 8, 3. aad 4.
(At Bojsl Alleja.)
HoBuners ra, Eorexaa.
KAT10XAL C-iriTAL LEAGUE.
(At Palace AUera)
TVelabacha TV ralaoc
(At XorUteaat ADera.)
BreerrM ra. HiUtopa.
Beaton Baklns Co. ra. Bans Co.
SOLTHEBN RAILWAT CLEItKS' LEAGUE.
(At Caataa Allera.)
Parraasteri ts. Merhinkal.
U. B, T. If. C. A. MORNING LEAGUE.
(At Union Station.)
Eutaro UaU Cteta ra. SoaUera Mail dcrxs.
(At Arcade Alleja.)
Labcntea ra. lsucaimt.
IPALDISO COUXCTfi LEAGUE.
(At Sootaaeet Grand Alleja) j.
?ohaaona as. aJpaa,
RURAL MAIL CLEBXS LEAGUE.
(At False AUejeJ
Aeea ra. Trera.
(At Palac AUara.)
Fifth ra. St. Mark's. Tffestauuter ra. EendalL
Sixth is. Betaaar.
K. B. T. M. C A. LEAGUE.
(At rnioa SUUonJ
Car Dtjartmeat ra. BaDvty UaU Carrierj.
Irvin T. Donohoe
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TIKE. Cnmrntaad tOCO tn'lea
TcL N. 2618. 1803 M St N. W.
Plans are on foot to haveTth. Frr.-
team roll an exhibition game. That
should be some fun.
Tne Centrals were there with the root.
1b when Elker pulled that spars la tat;
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