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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, JAXUAItY 20; 1914.
9 Bowlers Can Get Ideas by Taking a Trip to the Automobile Show Who's Who on Alleys Is Reaching Bowlers MINC& PIE. . A UTILE OF EVERYTHING. By "Bag? Boer. all QavJl-GKS 3tt0UH HAve -THCIO UN G&R. CF VEST MlVoBr; CAr OF THE S ST - r-AMles A.SBH2KI i- r L r rj sis ! -VKtSiM 1 I null tDViOu- J x - fv',rJ- THRONG PRESENT AT SPECIAL SET One of Largest Audiences Ever Assembled Here Flocks to Southeast Alleys to See All- Stars Win From Brunswick in Inaugural Match Ray Morgan Bowls. By KIRK C. MILLER. Oldest followers of the bowling game are today agreed that one of the largest audiences which ever witnessed a single bowling match in Wash ington gathered at Pete Malone's bowling alleys at 743 Eighth street south east, JUondaj night, to witness the special set between the Brunswick and All-Sar duckpin teams, which event served a? the inauguration of Malone's new institution. The'AH-Ftars won the set by two games to one, the scores being Brunrv.icks, 485, 512, 4SS; All-Stars, 517, 476, 502. Washington's fcrcmost duckpin artists offered their services in tha rrotch game which wns produced by Malone's friends araon the local bowlln? circles, as u sorter to a business which has the good wishes of his host of friends made while with Kernans. Probably no one person was more responsible for attracting the record breaking audience than little Ray Morgan, Clarr. Griffith's speedy second baseman during the summer norths and erstwhile bowler. Next to "Morgan's presence on tlie alleys on Oic opening night of the Southeast Alleys, that of "Pop" Halley, winner of the recent "Dots" tourna ment; Harry Krause, maneger of the Palace Alleys; Johnny Baum, "Doc"' Lcramon and "Skinny" Carroll, prob ably lent the bulk of attraction for the bowling fans, as all of those mentioned, and in fact all -who participated in the set; are prominent on Washington alleys. P. B. Fletcher, of the Bruns wick Balke-Collender Company Is really responsible for the games which set the southeast bowlers on fire, as lie originally proposed the set. Here are the complete figures, shov ing the totals of each ten frames: Urunswicks. llalley. 90 103 101 Siangan... 110 90 103 Uiinu !i 114 110 "Watson S5 10J Si Baum 1(7 100 S9 Totals ...IS S13 4SS All-Stars. Price S3 103 Iemmon 117 9S 94 Fields Miller Carroll.... 90 SI 109 SI 105 lie n si Totals... E17 175 503 Postponements in the various leagues . ,l?e clty for the Present leagues which have been applied for at the Pal ace alleys are: Monday, .star vs. Tol man, postponed until further announce ment; Hoeck & Co. 'v-Hl move their same for Friday night uo to Thursday njglit: Geological Survey ill roll on Tuesday and Thursday nights instead or Monday and Friday. Garrett established a hisrh rr.ark for individual game for the eveninc when rio team, the interiors, dropped two ou- of three to the jfaw. in the -Ler.artrnental Tenpin League, Gar- ett s came was 204. Auguste, of Navy, was the only other roller to bring his mark up to 300. The only ether set with the large pins to be rolled on Monday night was that between Virginians and Irlqouols. of the Colonial circuit. The team rep resentlne the Old nonunion -.. nu majority of games, Bauniann's string ' ;n represented the best pinfall ot ion e evening. Williams was next with Tn the Departmental Duckpin League. 1,-ininissioners automatkt:iy fell below Treasury, Into seventh place, bv drop ping all three contests to Pension. War and Commissioners are tied for seventh piace. each having won ej&hteen games and lost the same number. our teams figured --j the rolling at . e Palace alleys when the Westmln- fr League staged its regular Mon day night's sets. Blues pocketed two t of t iree from Greens, Stephenson's string of 124 be!nK high. Whites ad ministered a similar defeat to Reds, when Downs also rolled the best single game for a total of 124. A roll off was necessarv lo clve Pep co all three games In their set with the Younc Men's Shop In the Mercan tile League. The score o the second game was 433. all. Vincent Guilt's squad of- Arcadians hopped back to fourth 'jla.ee by the pro cess of elimination, when Argyles took two from the Holmeads in the Arcade League. Gulli's boys roll the Sher woods tonight, and if the former can keep up their recent fast pace. Sher woods might Have that hold on. .first place loosened. The effect of last night's games in tl.- ML Pleasant League was similar to a fast checker game. Newtons who were in 'he cellar championship, swept up the alleys with Fairmonts, and thereby sent the latter descending to the lower itrr.ta, taking fourth place as a result of tlie three wins. When the Washington Abattoirs used the broom on the Waverly five in the Northeast League, the butchers dis placed Gannons for fourth position in the league standings. McAvoy finds his name on the Times honor roll today as a result of rolling the best individual tame of 130. This is the second time in a week McVvoy has been high man. iiy making such a poor showlmr Mon day night. Waverlys are today barely iang ng on to second place. Down at the Southwest Alleva. the boys' league, the Southwestern Junior jjucKpir circuit again set us wheels to revolving: Senators took two from Tro jans and lit. Rockies did likewise to Spartans. The youngsters are improv- 'hcir stile ot game every Monday night. That game of. 117, turned In b Alden is or.s cf the best made in' the "kliV league and ranks well with similar hon ors coming- irom the- older bowlers. Auditors, the pace setters in the Terminal R. K. Y. M. Ci A. circuit took three straight games from the trailing Trainmen Monday night. ' Brant lived op to his reputation when he lolled a 123 with the Casinos in the National Capital League. Velvet Kind aon two .games. . league record was broken In the Gcoigetown commercial organization when Schofield went after the little pins tor a set of ZO. This isrfhree pins bet ter than his old mark. Bonne Chanco broke the track record at Juarez for the mile. Smashes the old record for the Mexican mile held Jointly by Huerta and- numerous recalled Amer ican consuls. PLANS FOff A SAFE AND SANE FOURTH HAVE GONE TO SMITH EREENS. PROMOTER SIGNS GUN BOAT SMITH AND JESS WILLARD TO FIGHT ON THAT DATE. If the cancellation of tho Virginia.' Georgetown gams had taken place a few months earlier. It could have been tack ed on as a "rider" to that new excise law. SO VIRGINIA HAS SEVERED ATH LETIC RELATIONS WITH GEORGE TOWN? WE HOPE THAT THEY WILL STILL PLAY THEIR ANNUAL CON TEST WITH HARRY COSTELLO NEXT FALL. The routed Federals have fifteen hun dred camp followers, or about a thous and and a half more than tho American Federals. Miscellaneous Shops Has Substantial Lead The old dope was spilled all over the Navy lard League when. East Gun Carriage, tall enders, won two from Breach Mechanics, the runners-up. DEPAKTMEXTAL. STANDINGS. '.V. f reau 21 11 S il. C ;i is a Yard J 1- fcion iz J land 18 IS eaurv 16 a 'jnimUsIoners IS i lar .- 1J j; R P O 9 U kfO'-s Z 17 mlcht s schedule Mo game. last nichfis -ulis -Pension. 474. ISO, 493; Commissioners 4.1. 4S- Next came Jan. a. Marine oips s. War. Pet. .057 .t3 .M .Gil .6 .."VM .500 .ro .19) COMMERCIAL. STANDINGS. W. C . ' fc ni iS S. .- " ooduara .v Iwthrup. Velbath i, nral rjakln? I. jdolph & West VH"jjn llahii m i Deteiler - leticn's Odiu o"l- . Co an Laundrj' orl5t' schcdule-JiMd & Ieteilcr ncrberlch. Last night's results I If fi 18 1 12 IS 13 II : S3 ret. .S4 .514 .CW .54J .(S3 .46: .151 -I7S -M 'OJt- POSTOFFICE. STANDINGS. Clube. , FJr.ajzce .. Railway Jlall Postal Savings .. lnyicctIon City Pustoftlce .. suiiion i.. V. . . 23 . :o . is . is 12 18 19 4 Mall same. OiEOHGETOli - C0.M5IEKCIAL, STANDINGS. ubs. VT. I Tct. J '. Frcenvan It .727 A- g n Hreulnc Co- S 31 .U7 Tai.ot Ohio iZ 11 .c7 ' Mitchell Co 3 J3 .. M Iia.-rs 16 14 .$,53 lush Shop iS 17 .611 ' a. Alleys 12 .. IS .4SS ta-r S. Pons 13 10 M i raid Athletic As 3 It .173 d'jn Athletic As 6 17 .18; o izlit sohwlule Arlington vi. A. lia.tr. n r,i.... . results MUcIkU, CX til. 531; J i-au.-1' 4j. 4jJ. CS. Tttntflil'm ' fhjwlitlA U.tlH..n I'iiisnce. Last night's results No BECLA3TATI0X. STANDINGS. Clubs. Won. I.. Malls and riles 11 . 4 Accounts it u Technical 7 s I'uichasi1 and ijupplies 3 12 ioiuKMi n s.ncuuie -no fijnic Tast n leiulta - I'ostixneil. Neil game Jan. JIulU and Mies vs. Technical. CARKOLI, (K. of C.) stKndincs. Clubr W. U Salvadors 2i n Nltias 2) irt Columbias ICi 19 I'lntas 17 13 Genoas IS ;i Santa Marias II I'll. .'iQZ .MO .213 .411 .333 .Z3 vs. Pet. .73J .GO) .467 .15') ight's Tct. .031 .513 .463 Last night's Tonlght'K schedule No game. results Genoa, 447. 474, 414; 'oluniMaj, tn. vti. w. Ar.u jjamc jan. ;i, j'intas Santa Marias. According to official figures compiled by Scorer "William J. Speiden, the Mis cellaneous Shop team In the Navy Yard League, lias sufficient lead in that cir cuit to assure comparatively easy sail ing for the remainder of the season. Five games separate that quint from the runners-up, tho Southern Machine Shop five, and If the leaders can main tain the speed at wnlch they have been traveling since November, the flag should fall to their lot. Within the past month, several new records for the league have been es tablished. Records of first, second, and third h gh game, and set are kept by the official scorer, and today those honors go to the following: First high same. McCormlck. East Gun Carrlase. 150; Eecond high game, Morgan, Miscel laneous Shops, 136; third high game-, Herfuth, West Shops, 130; first high set, Herfuth, 359; second high set. Morgan, 354, and third high set, McCormlck 313. Individual averages are: MISCELLANEOUS SHOP. Name. Morgan Helndel Miller .. SolhacI: Lalzute Frydell Mors ... G. 1 St. Sp. HG. IIS. ... S3 3.SS3 17 9 136 XU 33 3,833 13 7 133 33S 3$ 3,645 30 "855 IS 607 11 1.0O5 10 S69 H 113 316 C tS 132 336 5 13 10 S03 4 10 103 2?1 3 7 93 3S1 SECONDARY MOUNT. Name. Rislcr Shipley 8. Auruste.. Harrlraan ... Test Curtiu Eaton Dudley Iieli P. St. Sp. HG. US. 33 3.S1S 14 36 3.J32 C 13 1,430 3 13 1.131 7 13 1.U3 . 13 1.057 3 36 3,&5 t 14 3.04 & S C71 3 Name. Miller Fmme SptluVn McOee Meody Hough Go.'nell Chlcca. BREACH G. 67 12i 3K 113 323 30 333 303 17 1C3 3S3 11 101 132 10 134 3CT 13 II.' 381 17 103 377 7 ;6 313 MECHANISM. 1'. St. Sp. HG. HS. 3) s 41 131 331 W 137 313 03 36 3.333 27 3.M3 33 3.667 4 363 34 3.049 SC5 14 1.14S 11 3 l.'G 303 113 234 1 ... 121 308 33 273 33 WEST GUN CARRIAGE SHOP. A vs. IV24 SS-H 33-33 93-3 92-3 SI-1 S-3 Av. 9S-36 97-30. 33-3 33-3 SS-S - Si -H 7-33 St-6 Si-7 A vs. 1W-2U &S-5 97-4 31 -IS 30-2 S3-3 S3-5 82 WHO'S WHO ON ALLEYS CHARLES MILLER. The bowlers' iiall of tsmc would never be complete without the image of Charles Miller, mas'tr of both tenpins and duckpins, within its sacred corridors. No one in "Washington remembers when Jliller first commenced to l,owl, but everyone, particularly his opponents, knows that he can bowl and it is certain he learned some time aro for his reputation with die ten pins is one of the moet shameful of any local roller. "Why, there is not a self-resptctig tenpin in Washington, tiiat would even speak to Miller, in passing, and tenpin? need friends badly this year. Miller's widest swath with the large maplewoods was cut as a member of the Navy Yard team, in the Departmental League. He sends that fe rocious '"revolving ball" arter the bis boys at the south end of the alley, and as a i.ia:ter of custom, al! tenpins Low to his salutatory ball. "With the duel-pins, too, .Miller is a denin. He has an average -)f 102 in the Breech Mechanic fam, of t'io Navy Yard League, and his average climbs down but one pin vhen he bowls with the Argylss, in the Arcade League. The worst part about :01 this havoc he plr.ys with tho pins, Is that he never smiles over -lis avful deoMjwhy, he doesn't even smirk. He is solemnity itself, and tkes his success down tho alleys as a matter of course. Name. Herfuth Nussear Clark Qulkte) Bcvei nurey Guardi Carigan Williams Richardson.. Name. Morris lAiscorabe Fuller Dennison .. Murphv ... O. Malley.. Gamble ... Curtain .... Williams .. Newcwnbo 23 3.8(3 10 3s 13U 33 10 lis lis lit U. J". St. Sp. HG. HS. Av. V)-l 32-23 30-3 M-2 9-ll k9-2 S2-S JC-3 7 6-1 23 2.631 3i 2.M3 13 i.xa 13 1.703 :.ws J28 377 213 233 33 303 324 3 17 103 2 34 10S 291 7 ICO 244 2 37 L'10 0 7S 100 ERECTING SHOP. G. P. St. Sp. HG. HS. 33 3-.CW 11 34 124 3J7 4 10 32 92S 2.305 , 23 3.64J 10 101 26 13 . 24 . 13 16 17 . 12 4 2.173 l.H 1,390 1,440 '.S3 334 112 337 123 2fj 5 21 110 297 2 33 va XJ 12 jr II 91 33 EAST GUN CARRIAGE SIIOI'. Namc MrTormltk Draley .... Kiley , 1 lanes IaKlti Holland ... Tnahan.... Kerkeley ... Atte August G. P. St. Sp. HG. H- . 16 1.311 3 -26 ." 2f! X S3 129 326 fi 10 Ifi-i 31-. 2'l II IS 1.311 27 2.3SD 1.033 2. SOS 2.fJ3 1.303 1,343 2.?- 20 11 20 103 20 IV, :l'i 7 14 114 202. ICl 100 33 Av. 33-20 32-8 30 23 91-J 30-13 M-l S6-I4 SI 12 so-a S3-3 . A. 3-tl 33 24 91-3 J!- 31-1 0-l 30-13 M-4 f; 2-3 1 11 IS 17 yY YARD. STANDINGS, i .o W. r.eilaneous 23 -ti Mechanism 24 mdary Mount 22 t hhop 16 ' "tine tihop 16 'Ul fc'hop 14 sht's schedule No came . ' -"'Is -East iMun. Ln ..- M. nan 40, 42S. 4S7. Next game Jan. 21 . bi uur s. .reciion. Pet. .718 .571 .360 23 .410 3 .410 Si .333 I?st nlehf 4id; lireach 1VEST3TIXSTEIL STANDINGS. Club. Ischkubiubles Smller Climbers .... Roosters ..... l.VGUAjr IUJCKP1A". STANDINGS.- W. ... 23 ... 23 .... 13 ... 3 10 13 21 1XGUAJI ASSOCIATION. STANDINGS. Ciub. W. Romans '.... 21 f-anarltans 13 Hlttltes 3 Corinthians 4 J.. 6 3 13 17 TOST DUCKPLY. STANDINGS. Clubs. W. J Yannlsans 23 11 Zlg-Zags 17 is Invlnclbles 14 19 All-titara 13 20 i. - KS tjrfiTu W. ... 2C ... Zt ... 13 14 Pet. .660 .6W) .343 23 .233 Last night's 1 13 16 24 rcjn.cht'ji nrh1itlfv.?sr. .A siitiT-Biijr irr'S"1 "'ij m -STiltes. 441. 4S7. 468; 'Reds 443 430 iP Vrit samea-Jan. 26. Greene is. Whites. 1.-1 uta vs. Reds. MT. PLEASAKT. STAiTDINGS. Clubs. W. XarKs ......................... 2. Uelroonts 6 Jvtiiyons 3 'Newtons ........... 4 ilirvards 2 J-alrmonts 2 Tonlclit's echedule Kenyons . Himm, ut night's rcsults-Newtons, 4S, tC. 46G StittaaoXM, a0.Ul.UL ' U Pet. 1 .133 1 .833 3 .600 S .441 4 .334 7 .223 Pet. .636 .633 .417 .2C7 Pet. .775 .625 .277 .19) Pet. .667 .313 .434 Next game. Jan. st y.ig-aas vs. All-Stars. WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT STANDINGS. Club.-. W I.. ivt West Station 2o u .s Distribution 17 16 .315 InMalUtion 13 is .433 Commercial 14 ;j Next came. Jan. 21 Distribution . West Station; Installation s. Commercial. RATIONAL CAPITAL. STANDINGS. Clubs. W. V. M C A, ( Palace M Brunswick 24 Potomacs "... 24 Fat Men 1 Colnmblas 20 Capitol Hill 1) Velvet Kind 20 Climbers K Cailt.os 14 Tonigtit'4 ccliedule Opsn date. Ijit nigtit's results Caslocn. 482. U0, Ci8; Veltet Kind, 4?l, K2I, 460. Next nxe Jau. 31, CUmbcto vs. V. IL C. A. Is. Pet. 11 .73S 13 -M7 K .1,71 IS .371 20 .4i7 I ' .476 23 .453 3 .441 td .381 :i .311 To Play Penn State. After a winning season In which It defeated Michigan, the Michigan Agri cultural eleven .has booked jrujnes with some of the strongest teams In the coun try for 1914. Penn State will meet tho Aggie.) at Statn College November 3 4, this being the first appearance of the Aggies in the KaM. Wisconsin. I'lyduc and Nebraska will also play the Aggies. BOB THAYER'S GOSSIP 'EVERY KNOCK IS A BOOST." Mt. Pleasant Bowlers To Have New Dates Losing no time. Kelson Talbott, Yale football captain, is a hustler. The leader calls light win ter football practice, and now lias more than 100 candidates hustling in the baseball cage in preparation for work that will be carried on this spring. An important thing to be noted Is the fact that Frank Hlnkey is on hand with Dr. William Bull and Walter Camp, and the present outlook is that Yale' Is go ing to make considerable progess before the work is started next fall. Overlooked this. In calling off basketball and base ball games this year after tho Virginia edict. Georgetown Is practically closing the doors to the Virginia trackmen in the coming meet this winter. The Blue and Gray can ill afford to keep the Orange and Blue track men from tho meet, and, while Virginia can enter if it wishes, there is little Idea that the Charlottesville men will be met In the indoor feature in a relay or in the vari ous events oh the pro.am. Loss to liastetn. weight many of these members opening up the positions to the youngsters who will get more development and a chanco to blossom out. K Tho football rules. Tli addition of a field judge, accord ing to Walter Camp, will be about the only change in the football rules. E. K. Hall, of Dartmouth, Is also of the opin ion that the rule will get no radical change, but that an attempt will be again made to clarify some of the phraseology. It Is wise to hold on to the code In its present form despite the attempts to offer changes by many of those who either want the advertising or firmly believe their contentions are right. Johnson is Jack stopped. Johnson is stopped. The loss of "Katzy" Litan at Cistern is one that will be felt. The youngster Is a good baseball plajer, has .some rc-pututlon in football, unit was counted upon to develop into a real star in st year or i-o. Kastern's loss is Cathedral's gain, of couic, hut the '.ight lilii" and White will litiil Dean a hard ono to replace. 1-oc al 1 hah; One tli.iig is -crtuin, til's irginia Geon;fttittii uuntrovwKy may forc-e the BI110 and Gray to UiK up Catholic Uni versity in all brandies of sport, if tho uiidersnidi'nt opinion can be guided in the rU-iit clu-.tmel, there is hope that the teams may im-et in base ball, basketball and football, ullho'jph the Catholii I piverhity football team f tho past threj euts would do Iittlo for tho Blue and Gray rlren. Ate coming in. - Practically nil of tho big league s-tara nave Mgueo incir contracts or have llieni on the wa, and it is rather dlffk-uit to figure out just what tho Keoeral League Is going to get ill the way of lirst clans material. Ono thing is certain. Keveral of the players who have tirurticallv out. lived their usefulness to major league teams have been persuaded to Join the Federal League ?onsldered as dead Il 1 ) NOBBY TREAD htiti HrrC m Bl Bl m a? Motorists and dealers alike acknowledge these to be the safest tires in the world DISTUIBUTOnS. Automobile Supply Department National Electric Supply Company lrCS-lKlO ctv "Ork Aieonr, M'HMblngton, It. C. CHAIN TREAD m Tlie boxer is at loss to know how to proceed now that all London is closed to linn, rne pioposed' bout scheduled for Saturday night is at a standstill, and from indi cations there will be no exhibition. No blame can be attached to anyone but .Johnson, who has placed himself in tlie position of being universally disliked. It will ! a question of a year or so be fore he will be unable to get . match in any portion of tlie globr. Kid Williams Matched. I.OH ANGKLKS, t'al., Jan. 20. Kid Williams. Baltimore's speedy bantam I ontendcr. has been matched to meet ICddie t'ampi. of San Francisco, over the twenty-round -oute hero on January 31. If h' wins, Williams will go after John- II v ("onion, the champion bantam. ".I'mmy Clabby will meet SaiTor Ic- troskey on Fcgruary 1 Because the demands for space on his alleys have become so great during the evenings, Manager Hildebrand, of the Arcado Alleys has had to effect some changes in the schedules of the leagues now bowling on his floors. For most of these leagues, changes merely in the numbers ofthe alleys to be used have been alftliat'ls necessary, but In one circuit, the newly organized Mt, pleas ant League, a shift in dates which affects the remainder of the season, has been necessary. Instead of rolling their games on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday nights, as per the schedule which was published at the time the league commenced oper ations, the Mt Pleasant quints gather at the Arcade Alleys on Monday, Tues day and Thursday nights. The con tests originally scheduled for Wednes day evenings will be moved up to Tues days and tho Friday games will be rolled on Thursday. Here is the schedule as it will be pur sued for the remainder of the year: January 30, Kcnyons vs. Harvard ; 33. Parks s. Belmonts; 36. Belmonta vs. New tons: 37, Parks vs. Ktnjrons; S3. Fairmonts vs. Harvartls. Tcbruary S; Newtons vs. Parks; 3. Ken yons vs Fairmonts; 5, Ilarvards vs. Bel monts; 5, Parks vs. Ilarvards; 1C. Belmonts vs. Fairmonts: 13. Kenyons vs. Newtons; 16. Belmonts vs. Newtons; 17. Newtons vs. liar- varts; 17, .parks vs. Fairmonts: 33. Fair, monts vs. Newtons; 33. Kenyons vs. Har vards: 26. Parks vs. Belmonts. Starch 3. Belmonts vs. Newtons; 3. Parks v. Kenyons; 6, Fairmonts vs. Harvard's: 9. Newtons vs. Parks; 10, Kenyons. vs. Fair mont: 11 Harvards vs. Belmonts: 16. Parks vs. H&rvards; 17. Belmonts vs. Fairmonts; 19. Kenyons vs. Newtons; 33. Belmonts vs. Kenyons: 34. Newtons vs. Ilarvards; 36. Parks vs. Fairmonts; 21, Kenyons vs. Har vards. April I. Parks vs. Belmonts; S. Belmonts vs. Newtons: 7. Parks vs. Kenyons; 9. Fair monts vs. Harvards: 13, Newtons vs. Parks; 14. Kenyons vs. Fairmonts; 18. Ilarvards vs. Belmonts. French ttam won the six-day bicycle race In Paris, covering 4,200 kilometers. American team which finished tenth claims they would have done better If ine race had been held in LTigllsn. Heaxinir that Sherwood Magee had signed with the Phils, Ump Flnneran has decided to jump to Australia. Muggsy McGraw has wired terms to Ad isrennan, but it is impossible to re peat them In this col-u-mn. See by the London papers that Totten ham Hotspur beat Preston North End at something the other day. Sounds like they were playing charades. THE THIRD HALF OF THE AN. NUAL VIRGINIA - GEORGETOWN GAME WILL BE PLAYED NO MORE IN OUR LEADING CAFES. LAST NIGHT'S BEST BOWLERS DUCKPINS. UeConnell, Navy Yard 12 Koontz. Carroll Council (K. of C.) VX Schofield. Geo: Commercial k Brant, National Capital 123 Williams, R. R. T. M. C. A. no Deary, Senators ie Alden, Mt. Rockies .n; Hughes, District.....)! 41s McAboy, Northeast .. 130 Dodge, Mt. Pleasant iu Post, Arcade uj Darr. Mercantile iu Stephenson, Westminster.... r. j:i Downs, Whites jzt Shaw, Departmental ., 11; TENPINS. Baumann, Colonial. 32 Garrett. Departmental a) Colleges desiring clean athletics should not overlook Colgate as an op ponent. Let us soap they heed this advice. BASEBALL PROBLEMS. Wa leap over Into the National League for this problem. The Pirates1 were at the bat In the last half of tr ninth with a hit needed to drive In tin winning., run. The bases 'are loaded with Hans Wagner at the old nlati Third baseman has a hunch that Honu is golrur to bunt, and eases his wa. closer in toward the bat Honus hit; the pill, as the third Backer comes In The day was Monday. What did th third baser say when he came to Wednesday? ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PROBLEM. Lajoie hits an easy fly to Pin? Bodii Did the ball hit Pin? on the dome a knock off his boot? The answer is, yes RABID RUDOLPH SAYS '"Ban Joonsoi says " the weel end will see th finish of the Fed: Suppose that the; haven't got an; weak end." flPkj Pei .03 .639 .S3 TEBMDfAL B. E. T. M. C. A. STANDINGS. dubs. W. L. Auditors 27 X Soutiitrn 23, 13 fxclg&t J. 19 X. vC !, 1& AS Et&tloa 17 19 Eu0p9 17 13 Car Dept. is Twlnmsn . ll ?S TtoalRht's schedule Station vs. land an-l .,. ...... t T ... .IsYi.'a ....nil. P. . 1....... f 1I1UU3UMI. Aa. M.Mk 0 ."' 4,iUUW 123. Hi. 437: Auditors. C til. 433. niTEBCOUXCIL (K. or C.) STANDINGS. Clubs. W. I p Carroll IS 3 .6 Spalding ...................... IS IL JSB ICeanp' ........ IS 22 JS 608 . Wasblneton .................. 3 IS jn .473 Potomac S is .3 .4731 .Next same, Jan. 33 Carroll Vs. Potomacs .410 1 Spaldms vs. Washlnston. S3 ,DEPAET3EEKTAI. Jt'OBTHEAST. STANDINGS. Cluhs. W. L. ' Pet Atlantlcs 33 11 .CS7 Wa'erl !!3 14 .611 Washington Jieauoir zi la .-w Gannons' ...... 19 14 '7C Raccer Club 13 1 .40$ Anacostia, S 27 .113 Tonights schedule Gannons vs. Anacostia. Last night's results "Waveny, 453, 4C, 4S5; Abattoir, 503, 451. 614. ABCADE. 8TA.VDDIOS. ' TV. S0UTH1TEST JUNIOBS. STANDINGS. W. Rocks .. 13 S 3 6 Tor.lEhfs schedule No game. last nlchf results Xlountaln Hocks. -KS1. 480. 433: Spar tans. 413. 467, 403; Senators. 443. 433. 437; Trojans 43. 413. 416. Next game Jan. 26. Mountain ltocks s. Trojans. Spartans vs. Senators. " Clubs. Mountain Sjnirtans Senators Trojans I.. Tct i .733 1i .444 13 .4J9 13 .316 "4 J 3 15 schedule Shertvoods U 11 17 IS 17 30 30 Clubs. Eberwoods Bankers Nationals Arcadians Holmeade ,. Goodfellows ..... Imperials ........ Immanuels ...... Argrlcs Columbtas Tonight's cadlans. Last night's results Holmeads, 53, 415. tv; Argyies, 496. 004. 517. iS a vs. Pet. .733 .SK .571 .ZM .4S7 -.453 .3SS .351 .363 r- Clubs. J. E. D. S,. Royals Belmonts .., Resolutes ... Goodfellows Carlsons .. Contenders , Nwcomcra . Shermans .. Toledos DISTBICT. STANDINGS. W. ..3 .. 17 .. 14 ... 13 ...13 S L. S 9 It 17 30 31 34 Clubs. Agriculture ... Bureau .. avjr .......... Commissioners Interior War STANDINGS. TV. L. :....... 36 10 a. re .71 .K wt 3 .( Tonight's schedule Interior -i-s. NaTT. La night's result Interior, 7S7; SSI, SC; Navj S, S73, S43. Clubs. Grlffos Cuba ....... Buflalos .... Indians COLUMBLU STANDINGS. w1 aJL . 17 l. is .e: it si st .4 . Tonight's schedule GrlQTo vs. Buffalos. la slsbt's results No game. UTASHTfGTOJf (K. of C.) STANDINGS. Clubs. W. L. Pel Champlaln ........ ...M. 10 3 .61 Ijx Salle .......-..-.. 7 S .ti Do Soto .......... 7 S t Balboa ............ 6 3 .44 Tonight's schedule No.game. Last nlshV results Postponed. Next same Jan. 36. Ba. boa. v. Champlaln:-Do Soto vs. ChampUlai Tonight's schedule Bslmonts xs. Toledos. Last nlght'3 results Shsnnans. 434, 543, 476: Newcomers. 533. 473. 4S7. Pet. .310 .TC I Clubs. -s I Pioneers 51-. I Manhattan .30 ' Pilgrims . .40S J3 333 .3 13o C0LOXL4L. STANDINGS. W.. iW L. 9 S 14 It 21 Pel .77 .61 Virginians ....... 4 Knickerbockers 30 Iroquois .....- ! . Puritans ................ 1 3S .. Continentals ... 3 31 .1 Tonight's schedule Puritans vs. Pllgriroi Last eight's results Virginia, S. 73V, SI Iroquois, 773. 761, S73. 3IARIXE CORPS. STANDINGS. Clubs. W. Oloncapo 13 C'anacau 11 Sublg 13 CaUte 9 I. 11 10 13 113 Next game. Jan. 30 Subic 5. CaMte. Notre Dame Signs Up. NOTRE DAMH. Intl.. Jan. ?0. Notro Daino's football authorities have signed tin contract calllnc for the aDDoaranco of Hip eleven at New Haven on October xt. jl i.- i-Aii'-nvu liiui iiirc ;iiines in tlio lC'ist will be oftind on tho local schedule. The Strongest Built Car in the World1' be 1914 "Brighton Six" Completely equipped, will be ex hibited in Space 17 at the Automo bile Show. Look up this car and see a "six" that will satisfy all your requirements. One Year Warranty Ask About the Silent Crescent Slide Valve Type Magic Motor Warrington Motor Car Co. s See the Most Modern Advances in Motordom AUTO SHOW Convention Hall 5th and L Sts. N. W. January 19 to 24, 1914 'Daily 10 A.M. to 10:30 P. M. CONCERTS Afternoons and Evening" bytheU. S. MARINE BAND Lieut. Wm. H. Santelmann, Leader Admission -25c SES?" 50c in S