THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1014.
Washington Abattoirs Dethroned From Northeastern Lead UP TO DATE SPORTS
THE TROUBLE WITH SPORTS THEY USE RIGHT BALL IN WRONG PLACE
T 4 jTt t r-
Overcomes Advantage Held by
Washington Abattoirs, Who
Drop to Second.
ARLINGTONS BREAK RECORD
Roll Game of 543 for High Mark
of This Season When Gran
jte Company Loses.
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Breaking tip all of the calculations
which tho undiscrimlnatine public is
plcaacd to refer to as "dope," the Rac
car Club went to the front of the
Northeastern I-cacue In leans and
bounds of such, startling proportions J
that tbe deposed "Washlnston Abattoirs j
and Birkles have not yet recovered;
from the consternation caused thereby.
Raccar Club's blBRCst Rims were fired
tvhen they encountered the Abattoirs
in three skirmishes, all of which were
complete victories for the clubmen by
odds which are indisputable, and as a
result the defeated team was dislodged
from Its perch at the head of the or
ganization, and today rests sullcnlv in
second place with an equal standing
with the Birklrs for second position.
Nineteen games won and eight lost
is the record of the new champions in
the Northeastern League, and now that
tho Raccars are in the lead, the other
eleven teams can expect some of
the stiffest variety of opposition, if the
lofty position of the new leaders would
h broken down.
Probablv no individual on the Rac-1
cars was more directly responsible for
th span covered bv that team last
nleht than was Anchor Man Smith.
who held his team up from the very
bottom of the line-up. Smith s first
game of IK gave his henchmen a gllm
miT of hope to make the set result in
three straight victories, and when he
later came through with marks of
114 and 103 for a high set of S43. he
carried his team through one of the
most sensational sets in which it has
figured this season.
Joseph Hagan appeared for the first
time tliis season In the line-up of the
Washington Abattoirs, and contrib
uted commendable scores in every
game. The complete statistics of that
fortunate match for the Raccar Club
Ed Dore K'3
Smith .... 1-j
Continuous explosions were lirard
throughout the evening in the vicinity
of Georgetown, and investigation re
vealed the fact that the Arlington
Brewing Company duckpln team had
been "doing things" with the Columb.a
Granite an.d Dredging Company live.
Besides taking to games out of three,
the Brewers huns up a brand new rec
ord for high game or the year, the'r
'lurd round of "W'i being the best mark
of the 3914-15 sH'a.con. AVill.am Penn. of
'h- winning team, featured the remark
able Pet with high individual game of
.4 and, high pel of 530.
Many change- in the teams of ti.e
Georgetown Copinrcial ciicuit are ru
mored as 'mmlm-nt. Already the White
llans have si rrendored the'r uan-
clilse to the Baltimore and Ohio Kail-1
roaa loam, inr ihiit uemg miner in
commaiid of c.ii't Joe lluriicy. Hie
rewcoinns inakr their tirst appearance
next t'"r day nii;lit, w hn a clotible-hea-l-ir
will lt lolled with I.ogai Tube. X-i.
ami tli. J H. rriH-nuins. Gossip him !
t that apta ti Holt, of the I-rec-inan.s,
i? x-rioublv co'i.s'deriiiK a.kniK
waivers on Joj Krecmrni and Jlickv
Schotiel'l -and tlu i. ihre are those who
bcout tii s rumor.
Agriculture dropped its ilr.r set oi th
icar to the Interior tenp:n tollors Moii
d.M del t. Interior pocketed tlK- f.rst
nmo wliieli had lifen tid at JslO 'v
lifers o' vt btt'"! roll-oil. Ai,-c'
ojr.pped th- second game-outright. ;"id
th third er.nn- back to the Farniein
bs a sun lantial major'ty. Garrett was
'i Mi'.' vul'i'il star witlj a game of
and n !-et of 041
'i.n'nr to i' port. "Oi c" Gand'.
ner me' iTianaer of t'ie Arcade ai-
?. l'Tf' not leit Washington for ttte
eiiiain'ier o tli-' winter. Oondil doe'.
o-or. pontemtilate a two weeks"
.ntintr trip in New York State. bii
.ll probably not leave Wellington for
his journey uui'l juct beior? the holi
day's. Bookkecpeis 'rept into a tie for first
plao witli l.r-w wh it Treasurers were
'aipht aleep i" the 'Coi'd and th rd
gai ie.. Treasnr ni es down to third
r'aoe .-.ji a ie,i.lr Managers took two
from TV and Tin-ber. and liiw dropped
a pair to Mechanical
Mann, of the An ado League and
! linen, of Ihe Star cir 'itt. n ! the
i gh individual iionors for tbe night in
fag-e rolling. Fa eh had a ga'iie T
: the best colep t'irn-d in White
of M Plfsant. wiji tlilnl with tig'jres ,
f ,. wirle that hlpli gam.- of V. I'li.im ,
I'niP'f, rolled oxer in the Oi-nw ton n
"o:rmercial Ieasue. was a pood fouitn. .
RudoIph-Wet cha'tfr in the B"l-
' !- Mn's hel ha.-. Scn trnn'foTf-1
'- th Columbia fTote! Supulv ''oinpr'n.'. !
ho IhU'-i po-kotcd txvo out of thr-
oiii Jeht and Compatix in its in- 1 1
gir.il s"t. ;
xxift and Companx took th- fin-t . I
uo games from Columbia Mo'H Suptdj j
t. a :po'iaI match gsime rolled af tr ' f
tie ret'tilar league competition TV ! I
U'imf.H xi' lai ted to decide a xviiiiit i
the beet txvo out of three method. 1 1
1 .t the match had to so but for txxo'l
?atnr Columbia winning by 'A to 4jl I
nd 177 to -501. r
Brodrifls. of the Woodmen teaii m j
" , nouin-aM uutrimi j.'.i"- " "i'i"-.:
i.. linnnr. wlin ii.411. Ol llie li(lll-llli;illn r
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o lh weoklv prizes in that hp-uh. i
:.-orirlfk.s gani was l.'O. xvhil.- Hall ,
tontiJbutd n 130 gam. h
Works Hard Today.
TV EST POINT. N r.. Nox. 17. A mix-
I- io naxc lis nrst nam wnrhotu oi inpit
-"k todax. With onlx txxo x-.cks left ' !
n veslx'rdi.v iTiiirhiiiz un txxo n-n I
Xurward and laUra.1 pa plays.
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THe MIKOie fillUAfcO PILLS VU70CO V W S ' Yr-d '
LAST NIGHTS BEST
Mann, Arcade 136
Ellett, Star 136
White, Mt. Pleasant 135
Penn, Georgetown Com 134
Warthen, Terminal Ry 127
Morgan, Navy Yard 127
Smith, Northeastern 126
Pierce, Departmental 121
Poole, Central 120
Beall, Bankers 120
Funk, Y. M. C. A 120
Burtner, Navajos 120
Hayden, Commercial 118
Humphries, Southern Clerks 117
Broderick, Southeast 114
Lewis, Business Men's 113
Hall, Western Union Ill
Goldberg, Law Ill
Fegan, Managers 109
Mason, South jrn Ry 109
Garrett, Interior 235
Bontz, War 224
Pattison and Weikert Win Twice
During Week Which Ended
I . J I. Pattison and E Weikert are
the hca. iM. winners in the weekly J p
competition being conducted by Mana
ger William p. Hildebrand, of th
NoLotuI (Tapital Bowling Acamorly,
for the wfek ending November 14. Two
one for tlie best Kinsle games rolled
between the hours of noon and C o'clock
j and one for the hish game rolled be
I tv. een ii j. m. and midnight, and Pat
j tl&on and Weikert shae honors efiual-
lj or the period mentioned.
Monday afternoon Pattison put oxer
a g-.nie of liJ and on Tuesday he rolled
one of 1-!? these representing the hiph
ert c!a.-s ol rollinc; done by any lndi
xldual on the ten National Capital
aller on those days. Weikert din
'.insui'heri liim-elf on Tuecoay mglit
xvith a itne of UT, and on Thtirsda.-nis-
ivi frame of Hi xxas th best
recrror, curing tlie time allowed.
i 'ilue.nai.'' has compiler! the com
plete ;t of xx inner? last week, and
liei e the aie:
Monda P. H. Pattison
Tuesday P. H. Pattison
Wednesday H. I'. Whitley
Thursday W. O. Thomas
Fridax 11. Tavlor
Satuidax M. ? Grimes
Monda.. d. Uav.i1
TiH'Mia x ' :. eikei t
Wednesday Wn:. f'af rits
T'r.. :da 1. ejkert
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I'i Ma v 1 1. Ma tihfoi g
aturdax II. Thomas Ill
Broadway at 29h St.
"An Hotel Where Guests are Made 1
to Feel at Home"
Not too large, yet large j
enough to afford the
maximum of value at
Koitrale Restaurant Charxtt
.. . RATES
IVM4F rtooin f(th riiiiiimjr water
SUSl Aearm v.1 li tub or n!iox-cr l-r.t'i
i.r.o to rKi
Ionblt Uooni win, running watfi
I'ouhl r.' om MHi mil or shower lad
s.i.on to ;.oo
EDWARD C. FOGG, Managing Difdar
KUT UKROWN,KtiV.IMnrir I
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Ill U u lll III i i n I J I till -' i i i
Has Best Individual Average at
Duckpins of Entire Member
ship of Six-Team League.
With a three-game advantage already
established over its nearest competitor,
and the season barely a month ad
vanced, the Bank of Washington live
today feels morally certain that it will
be amont: the contenders when the cur
tain begins to lower next spring.
Twelve games have been rolled by each
of the six teams and of thin number,
Bank of Washington has piloted eleven
into its win column.
Washington Loan and Trust Company
is eecond with eight wins, while Sec
ond National Bank trails along in
third place with a percentage of .500.
Metropolitans follow with a record of
I've victories and seven defeats, while
-entral and Continental arc tied for
the sub-cellar championship with but
three wins to each of their credits.
In individual comparison, the rolling
of E. Moore, of the Bank of Washing
ton, with" an average of 9S-2, shines out
stronger than that of any other mem
ber of the league. Smith, the pilot-man
of the Continental Trust Company, is a
strong second to Moore, his figures
readinc 91-2. while Parsley, of Centrals,
has un average of 94-1, for the third
best record for twelve games.
The team averages follow:
Plavens. St. Sp. IIG. HS.
Bank (it Wash'ton 7 K) -183 1434
Wash. L. & Tr. Co. 9 C3 -!0 14.".
Second Nat. Bank 5 57 455 1'.7
Xat. Metropolitan.. G 47 433 IKK
Central 9 46 'Cf 1331
Continental Tr. Co. 8 Eo ! 1347
Andy Smith Quits Job
After Saturday's Game
LATAYETTE. Ind.. Nov. 17. Andy
Sriiitli, head football coach at Perdue
University, and Pete Vaughn basket
ball coach and assistant football coach,
hax'e notified the athletic board of con
trol that they xvill retim after the game
with Indiana next Saturday. George
Hayxvood. attorney, acting for Mr.
Sm'th. said tonisht:
"There is no statement to make. Mr.
Smith was not satisfied xvitli the atlj
Wie manapement vt Purdue, and has
notified the board that he cjults after
the Indiana game, if present conditions
("oar-hes Smith and Vaughn, in their
statements to the athletic board of con
tiol directly said that they would no
longer xvork under Athletic Director
Hush Nichol. Mr. Nlchol made com
ila nt to the faculty that this year's
Ir.itball team had been poorly coached.
'Ihe athletic board has not taken ac
tion on the resignations.
Navy Backs in Doubt.
ANNAPOLIS. Md., Npx'. 7. Navy's
1-jiekheId -still remained undecided to
day. Blodscctt is the only one sure of
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Victor Linart Trained
By Fleeing the War Zone
Here's a real war Item. Victor Linart,
a Belgian, entered in the six-day bi
cycle race in Now York, pot in training
for the eventbx- running from the Ger
mans. Linart admits that he won tho
now famous dash from Antxverp when
the Germans captured the city, but
xvas the first to reach tho famous coaat
Linart is the middle distance cham
pion of Belgium. After reaching Os
tend ahead of all the other starters,
Linart xx'ent to Folkstone, England,
xxhere he was a refugee. A German
shell xx-recked his home during the bom
bardment of Antwerp, and he lost his
racing outfit. This did not Interfere
with his speed in reaching Ostcnd,
however, and Floyd McFariand, man
at;lnz the six-cay race, had new togs
waitins for him here. In a letter to
MacFarland while at Folkestone. Lin
"I rode my wheel from Antwerp to
Osend, and it was a hard ride. I xvas
one of tlie last to leave Antxx'erp and
the first to arrive in Ostend. Making
wide detours to escape tho awful con
i Hon on tlie main highwax tripled
the distance, and riding at top speed
all the timo put mo In fine shape."
Varsity Backs to Play
On Scrubs' Team Today
NEW HAVEN. Conn. Nov. 17. In
order to -ici ustom tlie varsity line to
the hard offensix-e tactics of tho Har
vard eleven. Yale's crack backlleld will
be found on ihe scrub team today and
will be ordcied to hammer the line
throughout the piactice. HiKginhotham,
the crack Texas all-star end, is back
in uniform again and xx-ill alternate
with Fred Stlllman against Harvard.
Otherwise, the same line-up that played
tlie Tigers xvill take the field against
the Crimson here Saturday.
$3.50 3.75 $4 4.50 & 5 SHOES
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES ARE ALWAYS WORTH
THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR THEM.
YOU CAN SAVE
NlbNEY BY WEARING
For 31 yoara W.L. Douglaa
has cuarantecd the valuo of
his shoen by having his name
and the retail price stamped
on the sole before the shoes
leave the factory. This pro
tects the wearer against nigh
prices for Inferior shoes of
If W. L. DousUa sboes are
noi lor owe in your vicinity
uiucr uncub ituiu laaiaC'
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style, comfort and service they are just as good as other makes costing
$4.00 to $5.00. Your attention Is called especially to W. L. Douglas
$4.00 and $4.50 shoes; a careful examination will convince you that
they compare favorably with other makes costing $0.00 to $8.00. the
only perceptible dift'erenco is tho price. You are invited to visit AV.L.
Douglas factory at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself tlie high grade
leathers used and how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made; you
would then understand why they look better, fit better, hold their
shape and wear longer than 'other makes for th price.
W. L. Douglas Stort: 90b Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington
FEDERALS WILL LAST
Pirate First Baseman Says That
McGraw Offered $25,000 in
Cash for Him.
Evidently Eddie Konetchy. former
Card and Pirate and now Pittsburgh
Rebel, does not think much of the : peace
negotiations, judging from his letters to
Secretary McCullough of the Pittsburgh
outlaws. Koney also makes the interest
ing statement that McGraw offered
$25,000 real simoleons for him. But here
Is his letter:
"Easiness Manager W. T. McCullough,
Pittsburgh Federal League Club::
"Your letter has been forwarded to
me from St Louis, and just arrived this
morning, also the newspaper clipping.
"Well, they can talk about me as much
as they want, but talking won't get them
anything, as I alxx-aya played for my
club to win and) did everything in my
power to keep the club in the running.
Mr. Drevfuss tendered mo a contract tor
the season of 1915 at the same salary
that 1 am getting from your club. I am
sure that it will bo a pleasure to come
back to Pittsburgh, as I have a lot of
friends there, and I know that my sur
roundings will be more congenial, as I
have known Oakes, Perritt and O'Con
nor as teammates for three years.
"I also want to call your attention to
ihr, fart thnt- Me? raw offered Mr. Drcv-
fuss $25,000 cash for me, and later cnlregt today.
money and two players, as McGraw told J
me this himself.
I see that some of the papers doubt
that I have signed with your club. You
are at liberty to show this letter under
my signature to any of the snorting
writers who mar hamien to drop into
your office to prove that I have signed I
with tho Feds, and want to be known as
a Federal Leaguer.
"Give my regards to any of the news
paper sport writers, as I have always
found them fair and on the level. Yours
Jim Keady Will Help
Coach Elcock's Eleven
LEXINGTON. Va.. Nov 17 -Jim
Keady. coach at Lehigh, is coming here
to assist Coach Walter B. Elcock pre
pare the W. and L. team for th hie
game Thanksgiving Day at Norfolk
xvith the North Carolina Aggies. Keady
is considered one of tlie brainiest
coaches in the country, and he should
provo of considerable aid to Elcock
Washington and l.oe believes it will
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(NSfeAO OF A -mm SpMEfce
District Royals vs. Contenders.
Mt. Pleasant Princeton vs. Security.
Y. M. C. A. Oneida3 vs. Crows.
Commercial General Baking vs.
Commercial alley Giants vs.
Spalding Sheehys vs. Johnsons;
Clearys vs. Normoyles.
Arcade Arcade vs. Nationals.
Fourteenth street Zcllars vs. Gar
risons. Reclamation Mails vs. Legals,
Capital' City National Laundry vs.
Southeast Neslines vs. Schlitz.
Departmental Tenpin Bureau vs.
Terminal Ry. Y. M. C. A. Trans
portation vs. Car Department.
Postoffice C. P. O. vs. Finance.
National Capital Potomac vs. Vel
Northeastern Roches vs. Chapin
Sacks. Patent Attorneys Edison vs. Bell.
Departmental Duckpin Bureau ' vs.
Arrest Whole Squad.
CLEMSOX". S. C. Xov. IT. Failure
to obtain a formal nermit before lea'-
imj for Richmond. Va.. for their game
xvlth Virginia Military Institute Satur
day caused the arres-t by the college
authorities of the entire Clemson foot
ball squad upon their return here last
night. The nlayers still were under ar-
Racing At Havre de Grace
Sit naces Daily including a Stake
R.n.o and a Steeplechase.
Special Trains: B. & O. R. R. 1pav
12. uO noon; Penna. 11. H. leave 19-m
Admission. Grandstand and Pad
dock. 1. SO. Lad'es. $1.00.
KIrst Race, 2:.-.n p. m.
Winter Trip To Southern Reaorts
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MISS MABEL FAIRFAX.
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1'rl lessons unv hour. 30c Flghnalk. oi e
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Wm. Harrington
TEACIIKKS OF JIOUEUN DANCES
I 61 i:o at N "IV Mi. Unc ZSi7. '
stits 'onirs hancinu sciiuou ltw Ey-
t N. W Uunce o.ery Monday d.. :3.
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Put Out for Slugging,
Comes Back Disguised
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.-A trick thai
will rank with that of Charles Dillon,
famous Carlisle player, against Har
vard was pulled with success by a
Stevens player against New York Unt
versity Saturday, it became known to
day. Dillon's trick was against Har
vard In 1503. He received a ball on a
kick-off, and ran 105 yards for a touch
down, with the leather tucked under his
The Stevens player was ruled from th
game for slugging. In the next quarter
a "sub" was sent In. This sub had
his face hidden In bandages. It was
the niled-out slugger.
Football Fans Generous.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 17. Nearly
$4,000 was collected between the halves
of the Yale-Princeton football game
last Saturday for the benefit of tho
sufferers In the European war zone.
The contributions ranged from 1 cent
to $10. and almost filled a flour barrel,
amounting exactly to $3,927.49. Th
counting of. the money, which will txi
sent to the Red Cross headquarters at
"Washington, was completed today.
JlitltVilAU .Mat. Wert. Snt
Tho only theater In Washington offering e?cla
aivcly American and foreign stars of first rani
World's niKgent and Bent.
100 ZIEGFIIMJ BEAUTIES 16
Next Week - .Mat, wcii. i- sat.
Extra flatlnee Thanksgiving
' Henry Vf. Sa-aj?e offers
. the Operetta Sensation
of Many Seasons
With Mlzzi HaJoa.
Charles Jleaklns. Entire N. T. Cast.
Friday. November 20, 4:30.
Price, SS.50, !:.. SlO, S1.00.
Now ob aalc at Hroc,?s 13th and O.
WOHIiD'S CUEATEST I)A.CEK
A.ND HKB, OIW COMPLETE
Ballet and Sympkoaj- Orchestra.
National Theater, JFridar, Nov. 27, 3tU
Price.: OO, $2JI0, S2.00, S1.50, Sl.fte.
ON SAI.K AT DROOP'S, 13th AND C
BELASCO T2hf 8:-Q
Timrrow Matiisa 25c ta S1.00
OLIVER 3IOROSCO Presents J. fJartty
Manners' Exuberant Comedy.
PEG O' MY HEART
ELSA RYAN and the Xexv York:
TOO Prfftrmnnp i
1 in Xew-
SUNDAY NIGHT Ostrandcr. peerlessly
pictured Travel Talks on China and Jacan.
Biz Hraat a
100 gjgjig flasslve
After London. nnd'XeiT York
XijcrhlH, 25c to SlJoOi Mats. 25c to 91.
Monday Benefit of War Snffrrer
Thurs. A Sat.
A Three-act Dram by Willard Maclc
(Author of "Birds of Prey ")
"SO MUCH FOR SO MUCH"
With the author. Marjorle ItatnbUu.
William Inscrsoll. Jnlla "Walcott. Charles
Comnton. "William Norton. E. L. AValtox
and Ruth Terry.
Mats.Wrf. .Tain, Sat
Triumphant return to "Washington after
2C0 nights at the Hudson Theater. Sevr
"With Laughs Galore
F.r Harvey O'Hiffjdns and Harriet Ford.
Who Wrote "The Arrle Case." The
OriKlnal Cast Intact.
SUN. EVE'S sfo AND MON. MATS. 0
KSGIAXD Nov. ! 23
SCOTIAD Xiv. 20 A HO
IRELAND Dtr. 6 Jt 7
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The Allied I'overs....Dec. 20 t 21
CATC Conrj..- TIck.-t, Ulin Close
JJ?LE' 94. SS. 53.SO wu "Thurs.
Single Tickets, 23c. 50c, TSc, 91.
Krl.. Xov. 20.
Every r.venlnpr ami Daily Matlner.
Tbo Greatest of All I'lays.
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IJert 1-imoM.t w I'oubov Mins rels.
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Sl.Ktcr.H nnd Their Conipnnj
Couiitrj Store Frlilaj" NIp;Itt
I.xullr.H Jlatiacc Kvcry i)aj. 10c
Nest Week TlllS BKAl TV PAUAUK,
VAUGHN CLASS CONCERT
Friday, Woombar 20, 8 P.M.
j&i Tfry.gaw-AiBHg-i'-j1 sr
I dS9 Asi s ui i a a VyRJflU
TT; -w Admission 25c
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