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THE WASHINGTON TB1ES. WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 2i;f)U. ""
13 Who's Who on Alleys Is Reaching Bowlers WOMAN HANGS UP DUCKPIN RECORD Mrs. Julia Atkinson Sets Pace for World in Game Rolled Tuesday Night. HER AVERAGE IS 107-6 PINS Milovitch Is Leading Man in Tournament at Commercial Social Club. By KIRK C. MILLER. Mrs. Julia Atkinson, of 1344 Irv ing street northwest, today holds the vorld's record for a high duckpin score rolled by a woman. In a match game, at the Arcade alleys Tuesday night Sirs. Atkinson sent her total for the first game soaring up o 329 when she bowled a set of three games, the total score being 320. The highest duckpin score given in the 1914 record book is that rolled by Mrs. C. A Nichols, at Kid Nichol's fowling alleys, in Kansas City, Mo., n 1909. Mrs. Xichol's score for three sames was 278, giving her an average f 93 pins per game. With a set of ". Mrs. Atkinson's average per game is 107.6 pins. nother record hunjr up by a woman a d shown in the record book is that Mrs. Kuhl, of St. Louis, who rolled a set of 231 in the doubles of the ladies ovraament at Pittsburgh. This set does Jt compare with either that of the vansas City woman or lire. Atkinson, and the latter" a1 score is shown to be the f-st ever made by any woman. Mrs. Mkinson is a consistent bowler at the rcade Alleys, and has kept a record t.'f her games throughout the season. Her average for this year is 93. Mrs. Vtklnion is a woman of middle age, and the score .bowled by her Tuesday Ight was today admitted by the oldest '"Mowers of the- game to be the best ial has ever come to their attention. anager Hildebrand. of the Arcade, has cpt a record of all of Mrs. Atkinson's e- ores, and vouches for her average . S3. Manager Blssell of the Capitol Hill i, alleys, Is today being showered with praise for the high class of bowlers he pecured for the special match which he staged at his institution Tuesday night The competition was of the keenest rom beginninig to end, as is proved by he tied score in the first game and second game. Baracas were pitted against the Con- preBSionals, the latter quint winning the onors after two games were rolled off to decide the winners of the first uud econd strings. In the total score there " but two pins difference. Numerous ad splits occurred tbroughs'Ct the natch, and for that reason the scores tre not high, but the excitement ran t a high state at all times, as neither t am ever took much or a lead on the .ther. Here is the score: n&j-aeas. T. XI. C. A. I Conercssiocals. Uiaaietoff K SI Dent 91 SC SI P.TO-jm ;o si- .. Aukward... U K 9S Fherwood.. M "3 S FlHs 7 S 10". -Oiloler .. S SS SJP.ldout M 1M Si lTinrai.... 101 S3 S3 Nunnllly... n S3 S Kraclie...... .. .. Sll -- Totals... 433 43s 4 Totals . a 43S 4G?1 Baracas -non rolled lint (tame Consressionals won roll-off sccon-i game. TEBMIXAL B. 1U Y. M. C. A. ! STANDINGS. a aba. W. I pCi. Auditors .......... 27 12 .J9 bojuicrn ... 22 12 .CS3 height 21 IS .;3 fc ! ... 19 .( , 4 SJ Jlon 19 A 4S7 G opt ., 17 19 .472 Ca- Dept. 2t 73 .410 alnmra It 2S ,yc onlrhfs schedule No same, t-att nlcht'K ulu Land and Industrial, 42L 41. 447, a.ton. 4s 4. 134. Next ams-Jon. j foutnern vs. I'rclsrht. C0L0XIAL. 6TANDINOS. ufcf. Vf. L. Ict inters S .775 tbattaa 2S s .:.. Brims 24 15 .GU ginians s p .;;i rkerbockera 29 3 .i "'-"is '3 -' .?:, f-itaJlf ................ 34 Jb .323 inc-ntals 1 ?! .iss r nlxht'8 chedule Pioa-era v. Contineu- Lal nighfa trnilt Purltaus, S12, SI3, PUKrinis, f40, SS, 7. POST DUCKPI. STANDINGS. ubt. W. I.. Pet " inrticar.s 22 11 .7 K Zacs 19 17 .- Irvlnelbles 14 V) .424 - i-Suts 14 22 .Ifj Tonlsht ichedulc Yannleam vs. Invlnci- 1M. Lmtt nljht' result All-Stars, 32S, C24, , 1; Zlc-Zact. 39. M3. COS. SOUTinrXKTERX. STANDINGS, aubfc w. 1- Peu jmionU 2S 7 ,72S t 'UtllUuid .. Z X .,&& C 19 17 .fc Ttnla. 19 2U .S7 a 1J 20 .4.4 rand 1& 21 .417 B CO 10 2S .37S "north's 1& 29 X Tjmst' schedule No same. Lajit nlshfe suits ireinia, 4W, -re, iiv; uawonu, a,. KX Next same Jan. 22, Unoj vs. OrniJ: B Co. -vs. Atlers. ARCADE. ETAXDING3. Club. W. U Pel. 1- TTCKXll II .C3 iilerK ................. .. Z5 17 ,L5C ut!ontl -4 IS .ill -jiafis 21 3 JitJl fies-ie i. 'Ji Z". 9osfellos it :o .$; 0rlal li S .m iranucls I .iSn j.jl'4, . .... IC 'jj ji v uciMar It 31 :,,; "onlghta echcdule Columbia ve. ImcerlBls. J i' nlfiht n result Sherwoodj, it!. M7. C15: .aiane. KS. Z& 59. t MT. PLEASAKT. STANDINGS. ,ubi. W. U ret fti-JkS . ...,....,......... Z .It imonU Z 1 .is ooni E - -.tOUJ ' ." .t'i 1 .iards 6 - ircionta " .Tf onlplit schedule No stuue. Ijist night o .ol Jlarvards. 7S. IK: Kenyoru1. 4'3. fX Next gsrne Jan li. Parks . Bd tonts. In the Commercial Social Club tour inament, C. Milovitch has a slxteen-pin I lead on Mellon for high score in three games. Tho preliminaries w.H be com pleted In a few nights, after which the twenty men having the highest totals for three consecutive games, will roll off the finals. Following is the stand ings of the twenty h gh men to date: Name. Three high games. Total C. Milovldl Ill 130 1SI-WS Mellon 10S lit 130 : Ss J. A. Taylor 119 1CJ 107-34S Geracl, jr. 105 1C8 lS-34 Coke Smith 12s in 97-s Qlrardl 139 1CJ ItS-aj Al Works Ill 151 11151 Popham US lis J09-H1 Kerlin 112 11" 110-K9 llallam 110 1 1(0-339 D. J. Mattlncly. 109 111 117 S37 Oliver 1I 101 94 K7 Sparrow ITS JI3 9S 356 Piatt 117 112 ' 106-S5 T. Bruce 110 111 115-w4 Wortendjke IS 107. 104-332 Holland M IIS 119 Si 5.1. R. Peed 10S 104 IX ii: jCostaa.no 105 99 1JS SSO C. S. Lanrenson 112 100 10" M Ryan set a pace for the howlers in tne Georgetown Commercial League Tuesday night when he rolled a set of S3 inci nigh game or iza. this is oy no means a league record, but repre sents some of the best bowling seen in that circuit this season. The Business Men's League had its second set of games on the alleys' in jthe afternoon, on Tuesday. Havenners Schneider and Redmen administering a like defeat to Saks & Co.'s quint. In the latter match. Brooks mark of 113 was the best turned In while Hallam made a 111 in the Havenner-Schneider set-to. Keen excitement reis-ned out at the Noitheast alleys when the All-Stars dropped a game by the margin of one pin to the Zlz zags, in tne l'ost jjuck Din League. Ziz Zags won two out of three, Richardson's strins of 115 being the best for the set. Gannons dropped two out of three to .i:icostias in the Northeast League. the latter being the tail-end quint and needing the two games badly. -Six teams participated in the weekly rolling of the Interdenominational league at the Palace alleys. Bethany took two from Westminsters. St. Mark? took two from Sixth and Ken dall v.alked away with all three' when that quint rolled the Fifth bowlers. Bv winning the roll-off after the third same had been tied by a score of 45S, Judd & Detwcilcr won two out or tnree from Bcrterich, in the. Commercial league. McCeney s game of Ui ias high. Shenard's second string of 203 was the best mark and the only feature of the tenpln set In wnlch Pilgrims took two Irom Puritans in tne LOiomai League. Bookkeepers did not give Overheads a look-in when those teams rolled in the Pcpco Duckpin League. The for mer's three wins were by substantial scores. In the T. M. C. A. duckpin cir cuit; Mohicans pocketed two from Wa chusetts. and Farwell. of the losing quint, made high game of 116. TJown at the Southeast alleys. th Vir ginians slipped above Atlers tor fouith place when they won two-thirds of their games from Llnworths. In the Arcade League. Gulli's Arca dians are today on step nearer the crown as a result of winnine two out of three from Sherwoods. Tho Arca dians are tied with Nationals for third plae. and if thev keep up at the bpped should soon he considered dangerous should see'i he considered dangerous contendcis for the title. Netvtons. Harvards. and Kenjons, of the Mt. Pleasant League, are today in a triple tic for third, place, each having a record of four games won and five lost, with a percent!, ji .414. Tuesday night. Howards took two from Kenyont, placing all of the teams mentioned on an equal basis. t.'EORGETOWN COMMERCIAL. STANDINGS. Ciubt. . W. L. Tct. J. 1. Freemaji 24 9 .6SI Arlington Hroulng Co 25 11 ,667 Baltimore .fc Ohio 22 11 .7 .1 C. MluJiell Co 22 13 .39 M B-itTb 1G 14 JZ itu uujh Shop IS )7 .SI' Potomac Ali'-js .". IS .jj A Haer A. Kyna 12 23 .261 Emerald Athletic As 9 24 .27J Clari-i.dfii Athletic As S 27 .182 Tin Isl't ; schedule 1'otomacs ve. Frr'" l...,n ljasl nljlit'o result!- Arlington. ilO. 497. M0: A. Baer &. Sons. 439. 454. 47l'. lfi:ui)i:.OMI.ATIO.YL. - STANDINGS f.-bs. v.. T. 1. t. Fifth -' 14 .641 Ft. Marks iz 1; .y, WcstmlnMcr .0 n .ii; Sixth 'S :.! !v Ilethany ... If 1 15 Kendal! 14 a, X9 TonlKtit's schedule No snm-. lit nli-hiv rtsults Bethany, 4T, 43, 4W; WeHmlneter. 140, 4S2. SIS. St Mark's. 495. 46i, 430 Plxtli 4i 4C2. 477. Kendall. 44. 47. 444; llf'h' 461. X. 46!) Next Raines Jan. 27. Kendall f. Westminster, Eelhany e. tlxib m Mark's s. Fifth. SOUTHEAST. STANDING! Club:. v,-. U Pet Atlantlc3 S3 n 6i; Waverly ; ,, in WJililnyloa Abattoir .1 j .r, . .-.-..w. . w 1(, 3 I Itaccer Club 13 jj -t!r, I Ana.-o,tla 3 j. 1 Tonlffhi's e"hedul Vn irame. Ijwt nizbt's if suns Gannon. 4t!-. MO. 443. Auactila. 43 il. '47 Next same Jan. 22-ltaccrr 'luli a , Allznues. makim: corps. STANDINGS l ll1 IV. J. iiuiuo ' n i Ulullffjpu , II J."; Kuble i. ii 1". t. .'0 .-IS .-Jn Slit'n ,CaUi- i; i; .T....I ..,., Ahfu,,,!.. V,. ..... ... rrt-ul: Kubls 4. 5. 'A. Cavne. W) Next sam. Jan. 15 Olonsapo' g" icio. ' P08TOFFICE. STANDINGS. Clubs. V.. j. Fli,iir.,x- ?. ltlOlncy Mull S. n, Pos'al &ivln;-3 29 35 lna:-ctlon ic hi City 1'nstofflce IS a; Stilon 7" 13 v4 Tonlcht'e schedule No ainr. Last nl; Pet. .;in .UYi .si: .441 .113 Shfs reiults I'osijwnea. exi fame postal lnga M luspcctlon. av- DISTRICT. STANDINGS. Club. IT. I.. pet J. I2...D. S S 8 ,SI9 Royals ., ?3 ;, .76 Bclmonls it, it K .til Rtwlut'-x m 17 .r.rr, Gojd;ellonii ZZ IC .'DO OiirrUous 17 -J.. 40, Coiuendcrs 14 2; zm Ncucomcre 15 so .ssr Flicmin5 . !' "1 rro T"ldos j : .lv Tilslii schedule Contenders . J. E D S list nizbt's results Poetponed. Accept These THE SHl5APNeL s'VJO O l.Qo -J-jCS? " D OOK mr n ooi,o -,- . &&ju3 AUt-e Cvrrr MISS. "i" 25!S- MAjgC'ia-- nil Rm r ----- - I - " .... . . CniCAO BOWLERS rH0's WH0 0N ALLiin BULTil KIIGHIS" "TY" CLAYTON. rfll mfinlNr nr ' Extensive inquirj-failed to reveal "Ty" Clayton's real front name, but HW I fl M H I II Individual Averages of All Mem bers of League Compiled by E. C. Smith. But a single game is toua keeping Canacao in llrst place in the ratings of tho Marine Corps Duckpin League, which bowls at' the 'Jasina Alleys. Olongapo, tho runnerF-up, have a record of fourteen games won and thirteen lost, :nd Canacao'u record shows but one more victory and one less defeat. For third and fourth positions, tjubigs and Cavited arc lunning a neck and neck contest. According to ofTiclal individual iv ernges Just -jmpllcd by Official Scorer Edward C, Smith, UUau, of the Can acao quint, has the best figures for the entire season, hin average per same being 99.23 pina. Hcnklu and Smltlibun, of Suhign, are second and third, re spectively, with marks of tJ.2 and 91.::. The standings of the trains in thu Ma rine Corps Lcigue an; found In an other column nn thw pa.se and the complete individual averages are as follows; rame. ' Pins. ft. .-p. .Mf IMZUU 24 2.229 9 33 S9-.3 Hcnklu U l.'W 3 IS '-: Smlllison 27 2. oS 10 31 :l-20 riu;las 27 J .".11 4 3V 91-10 Mllctcad 21 2.21S 5 29 1V- 1-incastcr 17 1.1! fc 33 M-t Dillon 27 2.47S 4 39 Sl-21 AIMIrM 27 2.179 b 30 i-U Kdlion IX 1.632 . IS '"i-!-' Sn.it! , U. C. ..27 2.:i 3 23 Ki-21 Iknlllt 37 3.422 C J 1-19 feinlth. I.. B ... .-J -.4'C :. 2V ;-. Stuwchein . . .. --7 2,357 4 23 K-8 StlUEES 27 2311 3 19 16-19 .1, 37 1 327 5 23 MM'. Ceary 9 ,,9 4 10 M)-' Drlsfoll 24 2.WC i 17 M-IO Rhuw 9 74j 1 4 i'-7 Sard 24 1."CS 2 1. yi-Ij Pet 11 "Ci 1 4 79-S TlRho S 1 4 74 ramham s is; .1 ;-. Smith, L. C 3 21S .. 3 72-2 Totals 41,253 I'l 412 COXMEHCIAL. STANDINGS livening Star :S 7 ,S44 Woodward & Lolbrop 39 12 .711 Welibncli -,J '" .WJ G-nral BakinS 2. 19 C44 liudolph & Wst - 23 .S3 .ii,i .. lliti IS ' JC Judl Detweller ! "7 m l: rlnrh hon m 7j Hoeke &. Co 1: i" "10 Tolinan laundry 9 33 214 Tonight's schedule Wo nlnard S. Ijtbro;, . Ueivrai Bakins !onu'". 7-int iiIrIu i!ult-!Tbrlrh. 47ti. Jit. 4. Judd & Dt eiler. 448. 461, CS DEPAHTMKM'AL. STANDINGS'. CJ.ib'. W. 7 ABriculturo - '" Bureau 21 11 Na -' '; Cminl3!ontrs 19 1 Inlirio- ;, 3 War " TnnlBbt'R tcbedule Burt.au s. War. night's rtsult Postponed. Pet 7 .!'.. .'S7 Laul WASHOTON' GAS LIGHT STANDINUS-. Clubs'. W I West (Station " Distribution '' '" Ir.btallatlon ' Con'ioerclal ."VV. " .., " Tonl-hfs whedulo Distributors 11 .Station: Installation n Commercial, nlcht's results No Raine. JAVY YAKI. STAND1N41.' Pet. .611 ..'si .tie. .3K1 Wert 1.4H1 CI bus. NX Mlneimurous - Ilreech Mcliunlsni 4 Sceondary Mount W'csx Hiop 'f Inciting hliop JO I. Pet. 11 ;i is .in 17 ..0 :.: .110 i. .410 Haul bliop -,'.-'.. "1. ,-"' .311 TonlRbt cii-auic i un is. x-cuiiuii. Lafct nlslifs results-Nosaiiie DKPARTMO'TAL. STANDINGS. Club. w- u 'et- IturaG " -J U. h. M. C ; 'J -J Naw lord ' '- I'eiirlon j; ,1 ?'! lnd ,5 ,J J' Tteajury 'f j -53 foninilsjloners J; '" S. P. O J sn KElts " 37 .CM Tonight's nelicilule Murine t'orps s. War. Las,t i.lsht'w results No smc. Northminster Ahead. Northmlnhter Is far In the lead In the clu-is n games In the clt l-ague toJaj, liavlni; deleated Christ Church by a scorn of 4G to 13. Gongaza D.oes It. Gorzasa """ closcli contested same from tbc Prlnds hxl (earn bv a score of J to K Flays Georgetown. I.io!a ColleKe re. -mli defeated b ttie Nai- will UcMe tin- nine snd Cray team In Hyan n'tnnulum tonlsbt. Few' Suggestions L) fi i-i.O.Ofl " K.M J- Exterlslve inquiry failed to reveal "Ty" Clayton's real front name, but that doesn't keep him from creeping into the limelight As a bowler Ty is conceded to be about tbo best little scorer who ever lingered in Wash ington, and as a pocket billiard expert, his fame is as broad as the dimen sions of the District of Columbia. Ty is willing to face such cue artists las W. Hoppe, Kojl Yamada, Frank Ives, Jake Schaefer, or Alfred Do Oro, but the desire for competition is not mutual, and Clayton must satisfy himself by subduing Washington's bush leaguers. But we're getting away from bowling. At various stages of his career Clayton has rolled with the District, Southwest. Northeast, and Commercial leagues. At this writing he is not affiliated with any particular organization", but whenever a close set is to be decided, Clayton is always in demand as official scorer. His system of keeping track of the pins is unique, and of his own origin. Ty is cred ited with having said that hla average per game during his bowling prime was 20 cents. BOB THAYER'S GOSSIP 'EVERY KNOCK IS A BOOST." Comment unnecessary. Further comment -'rom Virginia is quite unnecessary. Tho Oranco and lllue mentors liad tiielr pay, and it uinild be wise to l.ao .ioie with the uhole matter as lonj aa tiieir. minds were made tin and the deliberations were made imblic. Mud rlinglnj; will add nothing to Virg.nla's popularity, and it Tcre best lot Virginia to pur sue Its own sweet way .n clhtr fields. Un the other hand Georgetown is now confronted with the problem which it .us faced before. Whether or not Ueorgc'.o ,vn will con tinue to meet South Atlantic division teams or tackle tho hurdor proposi tions of enxagotnents with tKims far ther North is a matter t.-, be settled i bv the Illlltoppers alone. Sccral timeb ! before the Blue and Gray has decided to cut loose from tho South Atlantic . division. In football next a'soti Wuan itiKtou and T.ee seems to he tho only team on the schedule, a-id ic would appear that the Hlue i;nl Grav had I about mado up its mmd to go into ouie.r territory lor aiui."ic eiiBase ments. l'arke Davis figures. I Theio is nothing defitu.e about the 1 figures given out bv Parke Davis on I .!. ....... I..... ... h.a.. a........ ..I t.. ...ntknl 111V iiiit'r 01 iiit:ii iih ir.'U ill luuiuan, the teams and attendan o at tlie games. To Wandlv M'l'Jtc tho fact that 13.000.'AO waw football games lat year could be a million -i two, more or le. without fear of a 2'jmc-back, as theie ib no way to even approximate the exact number. 'i:rtUii it Is that the eport is popular l yond estima tion. One would be inUUi:d in quot ing alnio.it any figure tor tliotc parti-. News From By BRYAN liu.iiness Ulsh School muy win a, chatupionship for the first time In many years if the basketball team comes through with tho pciiimnl In the inter hiKli ccliool scries now in progress, rollowcra of the' Samoa are wondcrins if the various title battles of the year -u 111 he as evenly distributed as those of the last twclvo mouths. At the -very ttart of tho 1313 cam paign BuslneH.s Kul the lump on two maid by getting tho lunner-up posi tion in basketball. K.istern and West ern trailed. The baseball season closed with Uastrrn bailing ahead of Western In the final battle. whlc the Bed and White annexed the Held and track title at Cathedral Si-hool in the annual sprint? championship Raines. In the fall Noel White's team, under llacgy Ellix, cuniu llnoiigh with a foot ball championship, while earlier In the year Tech was represented by u vic torious crew which, while not tncetinK the local schools on the water, took the nieufcuru of two opponent.-.. Central was the only rcIiojI to trail all tho way through, but the Blue and White uchoolboys promise a different year, central na3 ueen at wont 111 tiack for some time, and counts upon Kninin? its lost prestige. It will be seen, then, that every high school last year was able to bans up one or more pennants. 4 "Kntzy'' Dean's entry at Cathedral verifies tho report that he was thinking of making a chunttc. The Kastprner. while having n goud record before get ting Into the high .school, fulled by rea-s-on of the rcplrlenec tttlc to net a muk lug. thowi-d promise of becoming a hrst rate athlete. Ww'urn is meeting Citli.'d.ul in Hi. Cathedral Oym In basketball tomorrow I to Improve Your " N1: tlpatinc In the national pastime for the summer sport. Not enthusiastic. No one tiIU enthuse much over the announcement that George Carpentler la .o meet the battle pcurred veteran Kid McCoy. Norman Selby has long outlived lil UECfulness in the ring. Carrcntler has galnetl some distinction In thriving on several battles with bom- hardier Wells, who has proven the vcr lest tyro at boxing. The Trench battler ran gam nothing by oireating Kta am Coy nor can the American get much more than a few ducats and a nice lac ing from the boxer from tho Continent. On Evans' problems. There la no nutation but that Billy Svans Is doing a great deal for the fans with his problems. Time and again the plays have come up on the diamond an! tho fans as a whole are nt loss to know just what is going on. Of course, there are those who sc baseball games knowing little more than the names of the competing teams. On the other hand there are many real fans whose keener Insight into the pastime is ?na: pencil by the btlmulus- offered in the. -solution of the Evans' problems. Adding "a line. The Cardinal A. C. must lie com mended for its Interest in spurts not nlone because It is honoring Grift with a bouquet but becnuHo It has come to lo front with an organization which Is H ciedit to Alexandria and stands for the beat there Is in athletics. Sylvester A. Breen has done much for the Cardi r.al V. C. and the temi. In eery branch of !.Tort have mad'" creditable perform ances. Tho perniananry of the club in lt nMUty to stand for tin- best Is one tiling which many organizations in this city could wen afford to copy. Schoolboys MORSE. Tho Ked and lute is counting up.ju using beverai veterans from last year, ami will have a iliffcTcnt team on the lloor after the advisory marks go In. . At the end of the mouth many of the lads n-m ineligible to rcpreent their schools ivlll .o:no through with clean bills of health R liit-lr studies uud an take up the work lett oil last fall. All of the hish sil-.ools rue coins to And It dlitlcult to develop catcher- tills sprlns. ,t'ed l Ttch Is practically "he only et crcn on the Job. Three pltchlns holdovers fiom last srifo- are calculated to do the bulk of the work Johnson of K.ustcrn. who jnnextd a pennant for Hie Capitol Hill lads. Adams of Western, ami Wiley, of Duslness. will all to the elab. IMaie MeDonougb. who captained the O-n-Iral Illfh S-cl.ool baseball teum last season and was counted upon u one of tne bes i.iptalnM ever dc elope 1 it the O street li. hool, -ill 1 y tor tlir tatlnlio I'nlvrmty it-uin thin ear M Douousu Is expected to make rood at nrouklanil. r Bowling Score TH; 'o- Roll Match Game With Local K. of C. Quint on Saturday Night. Members of the Carroll Council (iC of C.) Duckpin League, as well aa all of the IntercouncII teams, are looking forward with koen Interest to a match game -which Is to be played In Wash ington on Saturday night with a team of Knights of Columbus duckpin roll ers who will come here from Baltimore. This match will bo the first of a series of six games, which -will be contested during the season -with the Monumental City Knights. Last season the Washington bowlers won four out of six games from their fellow Knignts rrom tne neignrjonng city, and now tho losers of last year are out for revenge. Practice for the game commenced In both cities some weeks ago, and when the teams meet on the alleys each bowler Is expected to be rolling In his best form. John A. Costello. of the Carroll Council League 1st arranging for the entertainment of the visiting bowlers on Saturday night. NATI0X.IL CAPITAL. STAXDIN05. Clubs. V7. T Pet. Y. M. C. A SI 11 .73-V f al.. ................. 25 12 JtXl ; Brunswick 24 It J.71 yoioaACS .. -i j t"i Pat Mfn 1 20 .iXl ' Columbia -'J 22 .'.If ranltol Hill 13 23 .42 Velvet Kind - 20 y, .444 Climbers ....... IS 2S .2M CaB!r03 ....,-.. It Zt .211 Tonlght'i schedule Climbers vs. Y. II. C. A. Lat nixht'e result! No game. SPALDUiG (K. of C.) STANDINGS. V Qub3. W. J.. PC. Johnson-9 ......... S .St3 Normoyles 1 12 .CCT Hlxehys ........ i 1, .292 IiaJphs ( 22 .211 Tonight's cbdule IU?hs ts. Shefhj-s; Normoylcs s. Johnsons. lut night's re sults No game. C.VBROLL (K. of C.) STANDINGS. Clubs. 'v7- 1 Pet. galvadors ? ' J& Xlnaa ......................... -J S Columbia " , -12 Plntac .....t.. ....... .... 17 19 471 Genoas IS -I .W2 Santa Marias 11 II .ZCJ TonlKht's schedule Santa. Marias vs. Pln tas. Ixst nighfa resvlts No game. Mace for Federals. NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 3. Karry llace, former Virginia League umplde, has ac cepted nn offer from the Federal League and will officiate In the outlaw circuit this season. STRIKING BAG PLATFORM $4.50 1 a firm, iilfttform f Uiatwlll I not rattle, loosen. nor get out of order. aitacnoa 10 i door wall without marrlnsr It. STRIKING BAGS $1.50 to $7 mi mt Cs u nr i Ct via 01. 11. n. Halt I more, Md., 301 TV. Hallo, it. 0) v j 'MINCE PIE. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING. By "Bag?' Bm. Virginia severed athletic relations with Georgetown. Now Georgetown se vers athletic relations, with Virginia. That makes It a very severe sever. Dartmouth refuses to Tlay "Wisconsin this fall. Claims Badgers have ringers on their quoit team. Vassar will not meet Yale on the grid iron this season. IP BOB FITZS1MMONS IS SIN CERE IN HIS DESIRE TO FIGHT AGAIN, "WHY DOESNT- HE GET ELECTED TO CONGRESS? BASEBAIE RULES FOR 1914 A FAIR HIT. RULE 4. A base -bit shall be regis tered every time Frank Baker grabs tho bat A fair' hit Is a legally batted ball which hits three feet outside the foul line, with the home team at the bat. A fair hit made off of "Walter Johnson's fast one Is not a fair hit, it's an impossibility. j The dlfferenco between a fair hit In Cincinnati and other cities is plainly marked on the map. CLARK REFUSED TO SEE SECRE TARY BRYAN AT A BANQUET, 'SAL.L RIGHT ME LADS. IT "WAS. CHAMP, NOT GRIFF. The winner of yesterday's bout might bo Induced to, meet the victor of that open air tournament held last summer In Farrasut Square. Anti-trust laws urged by the Presi dent will prohibit Interlocking;. This should put an end to wrestling. Seems to. be aomedoubt as to whether a fighter Is worth xnore In the ring or on the stage. Don't know what a fighter is worth on the stage, but one thing Is certain With the, fighter off 'the stage, the stage is worth a good deal more. The Potomac has been too loose this winter for any skating. Still, one good feature of not having" any ice. Is that no fool can go out on it and test it. And if there is no ice for a beginner to skate on, by the same token there is no ice for a beginner to fall on. It's fifty-fifty all the way round. BASEBALL PROBLEMS. In a tightly played game last season on the Florida avenue grounds, the Climbers took the field in the ninth one run to the good. Their opponents that day were the Boston Red Sox, who speedily got three men on bags with so1 WILL HI TITLE EVENTS 11 MEET Fifth Regiment-Hopkins Games Get Three A. A. U. Cham pionships foy Feb. 14. Three South Atlantic championship events are scheduled for the Fifth Resl-ment-Johns Hopkins annual -indoor games slated for February 11, at the Fifth Regiment Armory, In Baltimore. The 100-yard dash, the 100-yard low hur dles, and the SC-yard dash will he placed on the program of events given out today from Baltimore. In addition to the usual events card ed nt Baltimore, there will be a century dash for schoolboys and a urlong dash, with relay races, for all teams desiring to enter. It is snecificallr stated by George E. Dorsey. secretary of the mH committee, that tha ace, nnd welkin, ti vavu i;duuuuii jiiluil uo given ,W M ...k ....... .. ... . .. in the half-mile relay event for schools. colleges, and athletic clubs. There, will also be relay races for schools, colleges, and athletic clubs at one mile. I addition there are several events for members of the Fifth Kes ment. Entries will close on February 7 nt 'Rnltlmore. and entry blanks mav be had from George E. Dorsey, at the 1 Fifth itegiment Armory, .Baltimore. COLUMBIA. STADINGtS. W. mr . I Outs. Griffos Cubs .. Indians Buflalos I.. Pet 19 .3TS IS J rj .s S .til Tonight's schedule No game. Xt nlcht's results CrltTos. 450. 4o0. 413: Buffalos. m. 4W. -J7I. Xext game-Jan. 23, Indians vj. CuSe. Rebels Lose. The Peek Stars annexed a TO to 11 win over tho T. M. C. A. Rebels at the T. 31. r. A. cyni. Scott and Clark -were rho best of the players. Th es e famous cigarettes are made of choice high-grade tobacco selected for its un usual mildness and tempt ingly satisfying flavor. Thesearemarvelouslygood as anyone who smokes them will tell you. And they are always of the same unapproachable qual ity. You never lose your liking for Piedmonts. Whole coupon in each package. L-O fer5 AW WbSStiKS Bit Br LAST. NIGHT'S BEST BOWLERS 'DueijJus. Thompson, Terminal R. R. Y. Douglas, Marine Corps. 12J Tucker, MC Pleasant 108 Keller, Arcane ... 127 Qulggle, Farmers l.,. 107 Beuchert, Columbia .-...-,.,,.. 123 Rodeffer, Southwest 117 Farwell, "Wachusetts 11 Nubson, Mohican ........... 116 McCarthy, Pepco .. Ill Holmes, "Westminsters 123 Ellett, Fifth 119 Rlston, Sixth 117 Fenton, Northeast ......, IIS McCeney, Commercial ...... 125 P.ichardson, Post US Hallam, Business Men's..... lit Rawlins, Bed Men 12H Ryan, Georgetown Com 125 r Tcnplas. Shopard, Colonial 201 hands out. Griff derricked the wob bling hurler and shot in a- relief pitcher. There are two problems today. If the relief twirl ex's first name was Walter, what State does, he come from, and bow much is three times three strikes? ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S . . PROBLEM. The third baser said -frbat became, of Toosdayr' If Columbia University wanted to sever chess relations with Oxford and Cambridge, what- would they do? Cut the cable? RABID RUDOLPH SAYS "First ifs Ju, thea ifs Bea.w Ti Glenn Warner m No Hurry to Hook Up With Blue and Gray for Next Fall. Tho Carlisle -Indians' football same, the one- big contest supposed to have been left on the Georsatorcn football schedule, may not he played next sea son for the reason that Glen "Warner Is not dlsnosed to -closo with the Uluo and Gray at the present time. "Warner finds that he doea not need the Bine and Gray contest as a money maker and can get other snmes of more importance where there, is more cash. Both the Georgetown" and Hopkins Barnes have failed to pay the Indiana as much as other games and for this ! reason the HHltODDCrs- may be without .1.A T.,4lT,n A. .Y.A al(A.M,. ..,.. m . .,w w, u.o ovc.uu .mcli aja. At the present time. Georgetown has clesed with but one team for next year. "Washington and Lea betas the only eleven to males a date at this tin:. Overtures are being- made to the Navy and Army and pittsbur-Eh University, it is understood, witn tne possicutty or. a came with Bucknell University for Thankajrfvinr: Day. ! .4s to a came with Catholic TTidversitr ! in football it Is understood that the 1 Catholic University atudonts have put It up to ueorgetown to maue overtures. Both Gallaudet and the. Maryland A? eies wou'd welcome anmes with ths Blue and-Gray, accordinr to reports. PATE5T EXUlLyEKS. STANDINGS. Clubs. V. U VcX. Sneineers ......... .......... S 11 .655 Printers .---..--. 17 .54. Xdrmers ................. . 20 St3 Interferenca 17 U .m -Woodworkers II is s Mechaalcs - It 15 .55 Tonlchfs game Engineers vs. IVoednrork ers. Last nlg-ht's results rirrners. 4S, tn, 7: Printers, C 413, 457. GEORGE 01 MAY LOSE INDIAN GAME Hie Cigarette of Suciircy , rTjTVSI ?W 3febw A tLssLssLr i