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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, Sl'XIlAY, NOVEMBER St, 1912.
Duckpm Bowlmg Is Rapidly Increasing in Popularity With Washington Women
BUG GAINS IN
Duckpins Are Favored Over
Tenpins, by Fairer
OWNERS OF ALLEYS
PROVIDE FOR THEM
Game Not Difficult to Learn and
Many Turn to It for
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Bowling a n winter amusement for
men has bcn most popular for many
yeans back, but during tho pant nv
seasons that Indoor sport has Increased
In favor with tho women of Washing
ton and tho owners of bowline alleys
havo found It necessary to Install nnp-
rate alleys for the uceommoilatton of
tho fairer sox.
This circumstance has come about In
a perfectly natural way; one of those,
"necessity Is tho mother of Invention" ,
affairs. Finding their husbands and
sweethearts so wrapped up In tho nlnht
ly duckpln or tenpln match, the women ,
or me INauonni uanuai commenced 10
wonder hv the game should not b
equally attractive- for them. Wonder
ment grew to suspicion nnd suspicion
Tho women Insisted on a try-out on
tho alleys; It was granted and the le
Hult Is that It Is now most uncommon
for a mans' wife to accompany him to
the alleys, so that she too, might nave
an hour or two of diversion fiom the
tedious round of household nnd social
duties. And now that the game has
such a strong foothold with the better
halves, they arc all up In arms and
crying. "Why not?" There Is no an
swer from the men because the woman's
argument is a sound one.
Of course the women prefer tho duck
pins to the tenpins, because the "duels"
arc btnnller und easier to knock over.
The weight of n duckpln ball Is less
than half that of a tenpln ball and nut
nearly so hard to send speeding down
the alley with sufficient force. If prop
erly directed, to scatter the foot of tha
ulluy with dend wood.
Itcm-tlts derived from bowling by the
women lire equally as numerous as
those npplylng to the other sex. While
it Is not too strenuous an exercise, It
does bring Into play the muscles of
the body, particularly the back, that
ure not used so much In tho ordlnury
dally work. This Is so, because the only
Itctiial physical exertion required Is tho
rolling of the ball which Is manufactur
ed In I'nrlnus sizes nnd weights to suit
ones' strength of stature. Ileglnners
usually prefer a light ball, and as tliu
muscles of the arm and back develop
strength, a heavier Kill Is adopted. lle
stdes the good ilcilved from the muscu
lar exercise which nt no time should be
severe, there Is the excitement of con
test which Is most bcneilclal for tho
mind. It keeps one's nerves on edgo
and shnrpens the bin In.
There is nothing difficult about learn
ing to roll duckpins or tenpins. Hav
ing no Intricate angles, such as are
found In other sports which women In
dulge In, It should be the one to which
they would most naturally turn, Prob
ably the hardest element In becoming an
expert woman bowler Is the stupendous
obstacle of remembering not to talk
whll" rolling the ball or getting proper
position to roll. Ones' mind must bo
entirely on the. rolling of the bnll and
the sight of tho pins nt the far end ot
the alley. The handling of the ball Is
essential, and a graceful, easy swing ot
tho arm, when letting the ball go, Is
accomplished only by practice.
Have Individual Manner.
Most bowlers, both men nnd women,
have an Individual manner of approach
ing the foul line but u good system Is
to let the weight of the ball rest upon
tho left hanu until a linn grip bos been !
secured with the right. Take four steps,
commencing with the right foot, the
fourth step being n llttlo slide. Deliver
the ball with the wrist perfectly
straight and with the left foot In front
down the center of thn allay.
At tlrst no attempt should tie mndo
to curve the ball, as unless there Is stif-ll-lent
spied. It will curvo of Its own
accord After one has mastered tho
delivery or the bull, and becomes moro
nrcuralc, better results may be obtain
ed bv btartlng fiom tho ilght-haud cor
ner of the alley. Beginners should try
only tu hit tin- fiont. or No. 1 pin, e.a
It will carry most of the others down
with It. Practice will develop that
spares and strikes are moro often gain
ed bv letting the ball loll Into the
cluster of pins at a certain angle be
tween the No. 1 and 2 pin or No. 1 and
Washlntgon boastH of several women
bowlers who have gained considerable
of a reputation on the alleys. Miss
JIaud May. the Misses Carile and Pearl
Nance, ami Mis. Sinclair hip among
those who have made their mark with
the duckpins, und milium does an even
ing pass but what these women drop
Into the Arcudo alleys for their match
Women also have their place In the
.Vatlonal Hnwdng Association and Amer
ican Howling Congress, the two major
bowling organizations. At Pittsburg, un
.March IB, Molt, Mrs. Ktihl, of St. l.ouls,
ruled III In doubles of the ladles' tour
nament. Mrs. J. Hellley. of Chicago,
won tho ladles' Individual rhamplunsli.p
with Mfl lor three games at tho same
Ilaivard, 16; Princeton, f.
Carlisle. 31; Lehigh. II.
ilaivard l-'icnhincu, 11; f'linccton
Vanderbllt. 13, Virginia, 0.
ITnlveri-lty of North Carolina, ID,
reni.sylvanla State College, II; lei;n
Swirthmorr, '.0, I'lslnus, 0.
Washington and Lee, M; Davidson, 0.
Uiieknvll, it: Lnfnjette. A
Cornell, in; Williams, I.
Minnesota. 13; Illinois, i.
tleoigla, 13; Sewnnee, t3.
Alabuma, 1 Tulane, 0.
Dnitmouth, K; Amherst, 0.
llrown, 12; I'lilversity jf Vermont, 7.
Northwestern, 'i: I'urdue, 31.
Colby, n, .Maine, In.
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Worth Comes Back Strong
After Many Failures
UAITIMOIIK. Nov. 3. Worths vic
tory In tho Chesapeake Htakc yester
day at Plmllco shows that this great
colt has at last gotten back to the
form which made htm such a leading
figure In the turf contests of the West,
early In tho season.
Since coining Kast the Ilallenbcck
champion had been defeated with such
regularity that many were about ready
to throw him aside as an exploded phe
nomenon. At Laurel, howocr,',the colt
began to show Improvement, and his
last races at that track Indicated that
ho was rounding to.
With The Manager out of tho way
Worth had no serious contention In
the Chesapeake. The colt took the
track nt the rise of the barrier and
Hinging out In front, won all the av.
The Schorr enty, Hamilton, and I'og
legs, which went to tho post favorite,
were hard ridden throughout, but
could never get up.
Froglegs Is not within pounds of his
Canadian form. Tho fact Is, the colt
has been raced to death and Is en
titled to a let-up.
The public wus disappointed at tho
absenco of Tho Manager, but Colonel
McDowell probably acted wisely In not
subjecting his gallant colt to u hard
race In going to which In- Is not partial.
The .lunlor Stciplechasc. which divid
ed Interest with the Chesapeake,
brought out a bunch of the best young
jumpers In tho country. Qeorge Kno,
the winner of tho Harbor Hill, was ub
sent, but the rest of the three-year-old
champions were there. Tho talent was
puzr.led to pick a favorite here, and
It was a toss-up between Wooltcx, Ut
most, and O'Boar for public favor.
The Davis candidate won handily
enough after Wooltex and Utmost had
made the early pace. The winner his
a most engaging way of taking his
fences, fulrly flying over them and
landing on his stride.
Woollex cut out tho work early In tho
game, hut dropped out of a nt the
finish. Ho noted us If short. Utmost
ran a grand race, and If It had been
the long courso might have won.
O Hear's victory was very popular
with thn society set. lilt owner, J. IJ.
Davis, Is a young sportsman of the
pur sang and he wns unnnly congratu
lated on all hnnilH uhon Ills good colt
camo down in front.
Fooled the Wise Ones.
Ilrlar Path's defeat In the opening
eenl of tho afternoon aa something
of a body hlow to the wise fellows whu
hud figured tho Marta Hanta filly a
moral certainty. The wlnm r. Illg Dip.
per, was overloked, and went to the
post at 10 to I. The favorite made all
the pace, but uinkenetl right nt tin.
end, and thn outoldcr, coming up with
a rvuh, nipped the big end of the pursi.
...u ...iiuri in. property or ISUdle
Mcllrnw, of Daltlmnrt', who has won
the (Illy out two or three times over
since he bought her of Davo Gideon ut
Havre Do Oruce.
That eccentric brute. Chester Kium,
which wnr. the third urn i,,r m-v
Wutklns. Ind ubout boon thrown over
uy nit wnirv puunc which nan become
tired of seeing Its itnod mnnev homo,)
up by bis sulky performances. This
horse is little short of stake claa i
he would do his best when called on,
but It Is sildoni that ho will exert hlm
Belf. Yesterday he was In a particu
larly soft spot und under llutw.H's
hustling ildo managed to squeeze hume
It looks a little as If thn Watklus
stable had been undi r cover. It has
now won with Ulnckford, cliff Kdgo and
Chestei Krmn. It tmlv reniMiia to clean,
up Willi Lad nt 1-. ngden
J-'ljirifc. Y. nlice s k-lo. in the last
Women Un the Alleys Koll and show Uur Men the Way to Bowl
race of the day wjs a meie breeze for
the Wilson colt, which brok- off In
front and was never headed. Mlsslntl.
which wns blehlv fancied bv the Know
ing ones, i an a miserable nice and ,
feiemid unable to untrack herself. I
lletween the races the Oneck stabb s I
clinmploii two-yar-idd Yankee Notions,
wns brought out and woiked a mll In
1:13. The fractions wern :JI :'-5, :l'j :'-5.
LIS l-i and 1:13, a great work for the
Notwithstanding the threatening
weather a big crowd turned out, taxing i
to the utmost the accommodations of
the track. The attendance was of the I
old I'lmllco order. The society element ,
was especially conspicuous and the
boxes nn.l grandstand were filled with
representatives of the smart set of Hal-.
tlmore, Washington and Philadelphia '
Nonpareil, the winner of the second
race, was boosted lilt) over his enteii'd
price by C. J. tjiilnn, and protected by
ids owner. , .
Tomorrow's Entries. i
First raco-HcllIng: thiee-year-olds and
up; six furlongs. Marjorle A., 1; Miss
Jonah. IIS; Towton Field. US; Madman,
m; Frank Pureed, 111: Paton, in; Id
low Eyes, llu: Kdeti Hull. US-
s.mnii race-Maiden two-year-olds.
five furlongs. Corncrnckerer. 112; Do"
Tracy. Ill; ileno. nrJ, rns-rniiji, n-.
IliirKeols, li:. i nienne. va i-iiiiiium.
..... n.-,.,:... ,.. M..lli..., IlriiHli. ltl! .MO-
hawk Olrl.'w.' Wanda Fltzer, No; First
Tromp, IK'; liyosset, i".-.
1M.I...I .-..-l.'illlru iiml mures: all
ai,iii i , . - - , ,:
iiites: seven furlongs: Cade an. ?.; liryu-
down. W; Amelia Jinks. Ill; Mary Ann
K, !!, Ocean lilue, 1U. continent.ii. ivi;
... -.,. .... ai f..i,.ln,linii, ilirfr-vinr-
olds and lip; two miles; Kxemplnr, 13,;
Cheilsb. 137: Hhnnnon Itlver. 13,; (n-orgti
Kno Ki: Little Nearer. IB; wimou lfuic.
137: Dissenter. 137: Juverance. 11.; Ai-
sconder, 137; O'llear, IK; King Cash 13.i.
Fifth race Two-year-olds; one mile;
Btrenuous. 1W; Cncle Oble, 1I; I-.arly
Light, l'i!; iiryiiuiiiaii. iu-i ii.ii nt-h'iw
P-5; llrosvenor, NO; Tartar, 1"5.
Sixth race Arlington Handicap: sell
in,. ' ii.re...veni-olils and un: mile and
niie-clghth. Itccor't, I'M: Herbert Turner.
101: Charles F. tiiainger, ira; iiuii-moi i,
10:t- Fred Mulholland. 1IC; xAltamah.
lea; xYellow Kves, : jncnuenn, nn:
Donald Macuonaiu. iiu; i-.i uiu, n,
Seventh race Two-year-olds; live fur-
longs. Kklbberecn, 10-J: It. n. i.rav, u.;
Oueen of too turr, jiw; fui-in-i. ,
Abdon, Vi; ills Majesty, 11'.'; Pandorlna,
109- l.lnrsta. 1W; Virile. 112; Juaouiu,
11? itenentaiit. NO: Astute. 119; lwec-
detdle, M. ,
Wiprentlce allowance ciaiiiii-n.
.1 l. Lui.ml rn.. HUM lllvlnCll
i iUlH'l ill!" rr. ,..,. ...v. ....w ,,
and second section run as the seventh.
Weather fair; tracit mutiny.
Entries for Monday
At Latonia, Kentucky
Flist race-Maiden two-ycai-iild llllles;
tlvo and one-half furlongs. Nlvn, 10:
Noreen, 101; Katrine. 101; Gardenia. W;
Imperial I'rlncess. 1W; Maria ... I'M.
Frances (lalnes, 101; Jean drey, 107; Ask
Ma, 110; Terrablanca, 110.
Second race-Selling; two-year-olds;
six furlongs. Old Woman, ill: Mazurka.
US; Senator James, ml; llavell Lutz, 101;
Klla Urune. 101; Toy. 103; I'opguu, 10.1;
Pike's Peak, 103; Chilton King, 101;
Smash, 105; Alfred V., 107; Vol ta, 111.
Third race-Selling; thlee-yuir-nlils
and upward: six furlongs; Commoners
Touch. 101 ; Tcddllngs, 103; Marl"'. ,":
Sab-slu, 101: I.elnloha. ltd; Flex. I0; ln
pruiient, 100; Snllle Preston, 10: Lthel
da, 101': Chnrtler, 109: Sir Alveseot, 112;
Fiiurtlt race Haiidh-ap; llnee-ycai-
rJilu- ,,nn niwl mif-KKteellt ll llllles. Any
Pint. HO: llmnn, IK); White Wool, 101;
Klla Hrsoii, 101; Hell Horse. Hi.
Fifth ntcc-Sillii-.','. three-MMii-i Ms
and upwuril. six furlongs. Niw ll-ivi'ii,
101; Lady Willie, H, Den I'rlor I'll;
Ludv IJghtnlng, 101. Nillo. I Hi; Yoilt
Lad. 107: McCllntock. Iu7; MclMir, M;
Port Arlington. NW; Mutter Kim 111,
Merrick, 11J; I)uiiiesne. 1 1. 1.
S'Mh race Selling; three-yeai-olds
and upwurd; one and nne-elghtli in.-, -i.
Sitter Florence. I'l; M""tillght. H7. Sir
Catesby, !VS; rieiiutlfiil, I".: lleaii Ilium
mel. 103. Cniislii Puss. Hi: M. Ciiiiihon.
Nr7: Frog, 11,7: Tav Pa, 107; Cuillnn
Club. 108; Dick linker. 112. ,
Weather cloud); Hack luavy.
Train in California.
CHICAGO, Nov. 3. President ClinrU-i
A. Comlskey, nf Hie Chicago American
Ltrguc team, announced todii) that the
club will train fin seven wicks at Piso
Ifohles. t.il The t.-.tm will I -live t'hl
vgo i, l,.iil r Inuiir 2" md 1 tllHl
p 'I i", hi sul'l,
"Every Knock Is a Ltost."
Harvard's victory over Princeton In
dicates the terrific task ahead of Yale
In land tlii WI2 gridiron championship.
Ciucful statistics show that Harvard
was the better eleven In every phaso
of the game, running, kicking, plunging,
and defensive play. A victory over Ynle
will give tho Crimson the tllle for tho
From all accounts the hralnwork of
Gardiner. Harvard's quarterback, was
excellent. He used perfect Judgment at
the start of the game, learning the
weak points In the Tiger defi use. Then,
finding thut, he knew Just how to obtnln
the most udvantngo from his knowl
edge. Calling a free catch on the 17
)ard line and giving the ball tu Hard
wick for a touchdown alo showed
Dartmouth's sudden return to foim
after being beaten by Princeton Is one
of the Hiirtirlwi h ef It... v-l.li. .. nt
touchdowns wero scored against Am-1
heist, showing the strength ot the i
urccn attack-, .now nil efforts urc be
ing made for the battlo with Harvard.
A good showing there, even without i
victory, will go far toward giving Dart
mouth u high ranking.
Lot Cohlll play.
Knstcin Is correct hi maintaining Co
lilll's eligibility to play against Iluslnrss.
He was held out on account of tho
work he did last year In the second sem.
ester. Ills scholastic standing for tho
vcur Is above reproach and ho should
be allowed to captain his team. Tho
high school faculty advisers arc as
usual looking through tho big end of
the telescope and wearing smoko glass
es at thai.
L'nusual excuse offulrd.
Hepnrts that seasickness and cold
weather were the means of playing un.
der adverse clrcumstunces Is a now one
and worthy of notice. Gallaudet play
ers are said to have suffeiod from tho
'milady In crossing tho bay to Chester
town to meet the Washington College
tf-nin. Details of the retuiu voyage
were meager although It Is known that
the score wns S3 to 13 In favor of Jack
HheiuiJii to try.
Frank Sherman, the pool expert of
!hls clt). Is to meet Do Oro', the pies
cut pocket billiard chomploii In Xi w
Yoik nn Wednesday If negotiations can
be successful! m ranged Sherman has
an enviable record as a cue wlelder mid
Is expected to ngnln ttlumpb. He li la
tjp foi in, according to reports und will
try to bring the title to Washington
The annual battle.
After all this game scheduled fur No
vember li!, when Virginia comes to
'eorcetowti. Is likely to be well woith-
XiMimlirr 1 to 12, InrlusUe
FlltBT ltACl-:. S:15 1'. M.
Hpocllll Hate iu W 11. A. Lltctrlo lull
rood ('". Itound Trip, Including Admlislon
to Trark. M.
I.IM1TUO CAHS both ways, on hour and
linir luiui, making ilhi-ct cunnectlon with
Plinllni Cars ut Liberty and Lcxlnctun
WASIIIVtiTON. IIAI.TIMOmi AND AN
N'Alttllf ItAII.IIOAU-rxlMPANY. ll New
V )t U A c
wing Virginia Is coining, slowly but
sureb. and considerable apprehension
Is lelt at the Hilltop that the llluc and
Grav nltli a eilppled eleven Is not going
to have the easy time that was picdict
d ut the st.nl of the season. To hold
Vanderbllt, which lias scored anywhere
from 4n to Nm points In esrh game, tu
two touchdowns Is an achievement
which argues for strength when nutt
ing the llluc and Gray.
It happened to Peiin.
Perhaps Carl Williams and the illu'
which has been tilling the fortunes nf
the Penn football team will get wise
nnw and act for the la-it Interests of
the I'nlveislty. 1'ndci the pnsent u
Slum Andy Smith will never be able tn
make good, while Hill Hnllenback. I'mii
State cniuh, fortnei Penn captain und
fullback, may git his rightful show a
coach of tho Penn team. For the sit
ond time In two ,mrs Holletibaclt lnvl
an opportunity of tcclns his cluirgen
take Pcnn's mtnsuie.
Over Amherst, 60 to 0
HANOVKH, N. II. Nov. s - Desplto
defeat at tho hands of Princeton. Dait
mnuth Is still a contender for unal hnu
rs on the gridiron. If her xictory over
Amherst, o to 0, counts for nn thing.
The green cli-M-n simply marched from
one end nf the Held to the other, Morey.
Snow, and Hogsett being niot promin
ent In the slnughter of the Massachu
setts team. Dartmouth outweighed Am
herst almost twenty pounds to a man
nnd used this advantage at all stagc-i
if 'he game.
The coaches hen- ale iui lined to look
for succes" In tin- Hnrvurd contest,
whli li comes In two weeks. Tho green
earn Is becoming faster, making nine
.ouchdowns agalnt Amherst. The only
sorrow of the day comes with thu an.
nounceinent that Iwith Snow and Whit
ney sustained Injuries which muy keep
ihi-ni on the sidelines tn the big gnnn..
St. John's Victory Is
Credited to Clayton
HAVKItFOIID, Pa , Vn . 3.-Clayton.
the St. John's half. Is I. .Illg given credit
today for the win over the Huverfoid
team, which yesterday failed to score
while tho Annapolis team rolled up
thirteen points. Clayton's ability to
nninlpulato the forward pass, accomp
lished with his left hand, completely
battled the Haverfonl eleven.
St. John's was outweighed, but man
aged by cleverly executed forwanl
passes to get near enough to tin goal
line to shovn Mellon across. 1 1 aver ford
played consistently at all times and
forced the visitors to extend them
selves at all times to win.
Bruised Tigers Are
Now at Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY. N. .1.. Nov. 3. The
Princeton varsity football sipiad, ac
companied by half a dozen coaches, ar
lived here today for reft following the
Harvard game )ostcrday. Many -of the
players are bruised, but none 1h In
jured. Captain Pendleton has hired lu
let Pari; for secret practice during the
next few days. The work given the
Tigers will be llglW and deioled mostly
728 Thirteenth Street
0tr 30 Vcnrs' I'rncllce Treating
Stomneb and Nervous Diseases.
Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Con
stipation, DUilncss. Bad Tnato, Full,
ne-es after Katlng, Wakefulness, Lost
of Flesh. Heart Trouble, I'ulpltatlcn.
Kidney und tlladdcr Trouble, Strlc
turo. Sallow Complexion, Pimples,
Wood and Skin Diseases, Loss of vi
tality, and Special and Prlvato Ail
ments of Both Soxes cured promptly
Consultation free, medicines 'ur
nlihed. charges low Hours, '1 to I
Hid 3 to 5 Clctcd Sundays.
Battle for the. Lightweight
NKU nltl.KANS. L.i. Nw -1
Wolgn-t. eliamplon lightweight, is la
voi id over Joiie Mandot, :hc local ehal
lenei. for their ten-round battle heio
inninrioiv. Tin inttle Is attrai ting more
attention In the Sooth than an) other in
vcur. us It N felt that Mandut has a
ihancc tn land the title. Ills dcelslvu
lctiuy over Jom- lllveis showed that
In had the goods to go the long route
and now his suppoiters an- lalmlng a
win for him over the champion.
"Prom all I can gather." said Wolgast
t-niy "ibis Mandot Is n pn tt) cleicr
kid. Hut thin iMi't .ill )uu need to win
tl'lis In tin- ting Ynn Just must bue
that nld wallop If he can show un the
wiillnti I mm t.ike him seilmisli If
he Ii.imi t It. In l ucM'i hurt me In u
million rounds . ,
WolgH" nei V..I-- a fani-jtjHixei, ami
this may Intui- ie with his showing over
the llltb- I'ren. h boxer, tin tho other
hand. Mniiihv has not shown hlissclf
nun o nf ,i puin her. The bout should
go the 1 1 tin t
CLOTHES SALE IN
FULL SWING AT
Suit and Overcoat Offering At
tracting Crowds of Eager
The llrst wintry blast has brought the
clothes eiuestlon hume to euch of us a
hcuy suit and un overcoat Is upper
most In our minds at present, atulcv
ei) Jump In the thermometer brings
Onisnnr's to tho mind nf a host of men.
The prlmo object of these men In deal
ing at Giosnii's is to secuio waim and
comfoi table clothing, but no less Im
poitant Is the matter of getting styles
that tile advanced and at the same time
moderate in price-oC woikmanshlp
thut looks good and Is good, of fabrics
that stand up under usage and lough
we.ii, or lit thai Is collect and cliuii cut.
Kiippeiihelniei clothes huve alwa) s lii-in
known In combine each of these quali
ties to the utmost di gree.
Willi un eye single to satisfying cus
tomers, (liuMier has seeuied every
wanted weave und labile foi full and
winter pill poses. Them's a suit for ev
ery man and any mini. Illg men, I'ttli
men, lat men, lean men, shoit men,
tall men. and .wiung men.
In spite of (In- tuet that most clothleis
demand full pi Ices for their goods at
tin big'unlng of a season, dtosuer is
making n genernus olfer that will please
those Willi whtim pilce Is n cons dela
tion. Vi.iiO Is the amount that bus b.-en
lopped nlT the leguhir price of each
splendid garment Mi the overcoat and
suit depaitnient any fii.Oi) suit or
uveico.it can be bought now for M0.ni.
Of cum so Til" iNs season an t-fei-
like this 's gnu, iui n,. ws to mam,
and a.' it iiiiisi-ipunci' then- is .i hui-
Mlllg of fooxtepi to Cirosller s, ll'l'l P.i
avi . foi a ihnlie of stills and nvi I -io.UM.whll.
Un nsM.nmcnt of. -t) . mil
a bi k at Us best.
Sons of St. George
Soccer Team Here
Tho Wuslrhiglun Soccer Club mens
the Hons of HI. George today at Inde
pendence ICiikuo I'uik, I'lrst und M
stttcta northeast. The game bus been
triinsfened fiom Capital City Talk.
Tho Mciciiry football team will cmsh
with the Meridians ut 3M) o'eloi k at
the same park, while III" Kpuitnm , n
hook up with the Dixie Athletic i i ,
earlier in tho afternoon.
We offer until sold
that large lot of fine
suitings we bought
from the mills way
under the price
other tailors had to
tell us they are the
finest suits ever of
fered in Washing
ton for the money
in m id-season.
Don't let anybody
sell you a suit un
til you see them.
Tailor Made in (1 C
100 Styles at $13
Less than same grade coats
"ready made," and our
coats have "some style."
We give you BETTER
tailoring for LESS money.
Samples free. We GUAR
ANTEE to .fit you.
Stout & Co.
910 F St. N.W.
C. E. FOSTER, Manager
12 STORES IN 12 CITIES
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