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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. UP TO DATE SPORTS Today Georgetown Attempts to Join Big Fellows in Football THREE STARS PLAYING FOR GEORGETOWN VARSITY ELEVEN TODAY Hiiltoppers Hope To Make Good Showing in Clash With W. and J. No Claim of Victory Is Made, But Blue and Gray Means to Give Opponents Tough Contest Undergraduates Will Parade From Downtown Out to Field. "". 5h -."?. SxSv 'Sv'v . St kix-n-sw ''. . .J2 Mf MlH Bv LOUIS A. Georgetown today mceta Its stronecst opponent of the season In the power ful Washington and Jefferson eleven, conqueror of Old Eli. If the Blue and Gray gladiators can make a good show ing against the foe great will be the glorv of Georgetown, for the Pennsyl vanfans come close to being the best football aggregation of the season. The Hiiltoppers are not claiming a victory. But they do say that the,,- will make a creditable showing, surprising "W. & J. by their ability in all depart ments. Captain Murray and his team mates arc in excellent physical condi tion, and will jump into the fray, in tent on playing W. & J. off their feet. All Georgetown is celebrating today's contest with the fervor generally ex pended upon a Virginia-Georgetown clash on the gridiron. For a week every .-ont on the west side of the ileid has been told, and when the whistle blows for the opening kick-err. , tew empty seatB should bo seen on cither side of the playing space. Conditions could hardly be improved for touay's big game. The wanning sun has ovcicome the frozen turf at tne Hilltop, and by the time the fray opens, tho footing should be perfect Unlesn 1. ...I., A tchnnl thprA fihOUld llOt DC ...i. .-. Ktvir. thn mint era of either . siae. John D. O'Reilly, physical dlrec- rrnrtnviT KW1 this mOmlllg ! .u. u. nnnu nn iiair fnr better ulay- 1 idk fled than that offered now Both elevens are m good shape for tho batUc. W. and J. will enter the game minus its best halfback. "Red" Fleming, "but Johnny Spiegel, considered by - r v cprtnln rdl-American IUB.U1 !- "" -" --- . . ,. halfback selections. w w l""l "VT up. Georgetown will be without the' -..i Pnnif vipsir who promised to develop into one of the best kickers , ever at tne tm iop. nuncu, ... . nan's playing has improved so fast that he may make up for tho absence of tho Ohio boy. , , .. Today's football should be of the thrilling sort. Washington and Jeffer on has impressed the entire country with its marvelous forward passes and wide end-running. Quick, darting stabs MINCE PIE A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING By "BUGS" BAER. Football season will be over next Saturday, which will confine all the fighting to Europe. Rumors that Graduate Manager Cox has asked for waivers on W. and J.'s backfield. 1 I There was a bad spill In the six-day bicycle race. Barten der's hand was shaky. Tale and Hanard will lndulcc in the bowl today. Muggsy McGraw has signed six catch ers. Second baseman Doyle will be busy relaying the throws to second back from centerfield. Argentine dreadnought Moreno Juts satisfactorily filled all speed tests. Oscar Stanage's name doesn't appear in ri' reports. RABID RUDOLPH SAYS "Batteries for today will be ear. muffs and foot warmers.' K Strlti profeBBor has invented a powdwr 10 stop blccJlns Pour a H'tle or v orld -erics and ArmyS'avy same tickets Itogr Bresnahan will manage the un manageable Cubp. f'harley Murphy ha rctu cd from Irsc ball - retires very night. 1 I t Will be cold :it the- game today. ' Battel take out a two-quart meg- aphone. I Rocp- Tin mtu Ivan lias Joined Chle-hso'c Ltff r jranaKtrr former President Tafl urge.'- :j giater army and a laign- na; y. Must be play ing 'em both for tickets. 'Mir back-lo-the-soil mo eni:it. to be (neourajred, but getting d&MinoJ rJowi on a frozen 3-jard line is 'soino tbinfC ele again. Tech has note teevred the htnh aWioo football fhatnpwnthip, which is higly ornamental, but uott't Keep thf furnace going. t I'ennsylvania beuu Cornell today it will be mighty queer, because they don't play until Thursday. Srenty thousand people will sit jnd watcli the Yale-Harvard game todaj', and wonder when the winter will be over. Judging from other games this season, Georgetown could run all her plays through the north stand viihout much opposition. DOUGHER. PROBABLE LINE-UP. Georgetown. Positions. Corcoran L. E. . . . Ward L. T . . . . iMtzfrcrald L. G W. & J. ...liovill .Paterson .MrKean I'ctritz liarron fiormley Campbell. . .. . . .Center. .Cruikshank , ..R. G...W. Younkius ...R. T....Wesbeclier ...Rr E Weynian Culnan Q. B Goodwin Foley L. H. B Spi-igel Murray R. H. B Miwer Nork F. B Young. Officials Referee, Bob Maxwell, Sttarthmore; umpire, Charles A. Taussig, Cornell; head linesman, E. W. Bridgman, Johns Hopkins. across the middle of the line are inter spersed with great, long forward flings that cover frequently forty or fifty yards. Both Bovill and Heyman, tho ends, are six-footers and wonderfully adept at receiving long forward passes. Goodwin, tho quarterback, is usually on the receiving end of the short throws across the middle of the line. Against West Virginia Wcsleyan lost week W. and J. tried no fewer than seventy for ward passes. Fifty or more were suc cessful. Therefore, today's exhibition should be the most open ever shown at the Hilltop. Jchnny Spiegel's running ranks with the best in the history of the game. This little fellow simply romped away from Ya'e when his team defeated Old Eli, outsprinting the fastest Yale for wards. With the hard footing expected today, Spiegel should prove most bril liant. Though equipped w th a speedy, di versified attack. W. and J. is not with out a defense. The line will be found almost as heavy as that of George town, a difference of but seven pounds being shown by tho weights. Crulk shank. Paterson, Weebecher, Younkins, and McKean have held their own with Harvard. Yale, and Pittsburgh this sea son, which Is test enough for any set of forwards. w. and J.'s defense should be stubborn at all times and faster than Georgetown's. Opposed to the Pennsylvan'ans, Georgetown offers a heavy, aggressive bunch of forwards, lads who have earned their places only by the hardest kind of fighting. Georgetown has faced Navy. Washington and Le, and Pitts burgh, and the line shone in action. The contest between the two lines should be well worth seeing, w. and J. probably will be faster on the charge, but will hardly outplay the Hiiltoppers On defense. Georgetown's forwards can take care of themselves. Georgetown's possible weakness comes in its backfield. The quartet composed of.Calnan. Foley. Murray, and Nork win be outwe ghed by ten pounds. Lack of weight may interfere with their ad vanc'nir the ball. xceut by trir plays and forward passes. Georgetown will be found usine- the forward pass from a number of forma tions, but just how Campbell and Cor- f0!1!?" Wl" take tlscm cannot be fore told. Both lads have improved great ' during the past week, and may sur prise their supporters by holding the ball. Coach Exendine has given hs boys a lot of Carlisle plays that may work against w. and J., if shown 'at the prope- time and place. Phillippi Replaces Hill At Fullback for Cornell ITHACA. X Y.. Nov. 21. The first change in the Cornell line-up for many weeks was made yesterday when Dr. Al Sharpc decided to put fhllSppi at fullback and make Hill first substitute rhillppi. who hai been confined to the Inllrmary fo- the last two days was out yesterday, but did not repot t for work in the football cag. He will bu back in the line-up bv Monda". Anuthei driving snowstorm h'ent the footbill wjuad to th baseball cage carlj, the usual preliminary drill in the oivn hemp omlttfd Pcrimmnge in tho oag was stric tlj secret, the coacher refusing admittance to any one The work wuh in all :eso'Ct& Flmllui o tha gone t'i'.iugh Thunduy In addition to IIII1 at fullback. Dr Hharpe had Shule- tnd Collrr as half backs, and H.irrett with his usual skill. handled the tani from quarterback' Captain o'Hearn developed oon-sldrable speed, as his leg is now normal after beinc In a pw condition lor many w eeks Tne coaching ntaif was hcnously lian d lea rued 1 the absence of 1'an R od, the line conch, who was confined to hh room u'l ciav with -i bad cold tnl two davs mor" of practice remains before the ooaohof, will take thelt sqund of twonty-i.oen ,1. t-i to Atl nu Cit. w'tic tho mtn a ill i.niiin nn'il Ti '- vday moiuins Six Leading Bike Teams Are Leading Old Record MADISOX SQUAUE GARDEN. NEW vOKK, Nov 21 Thefaix leading team" in the- ix-day bicycle grind had lu.cted 2 b)6 milc3 and tour l.ipi- -it 8 -iVlofk tod-,. McNamani v .is leading The lour--! rc-cord was 2,-lhl niih-s unl 7 irti :, inad- by K "jler and Goii'Jijtt in lfl?. Ti loams of 1'ieic and Hunvii ui'd Wall hour and Hnlstead quit tlivi a e arlv today The fix leading tcams are: d'oullt-t and Grendn. Mo-an ind Mc Nfin.ain, Fogler and Hill, Egg and Ver-i. Cameron and Ivaiher nnd Lawjn r-ixl lJrcbi.eh. At 10 o'clock the eight lead ing teams had pedaled 2,802 mlls and f'v' lnps The position ol all the loams wa relatively Hie same ns at 8 o'clock. Grenrtn was leading at the 106th 1 our. Tho foimer record was 2,082 inlleh and six laps, made by Urocco and VerrI in 1913. Dartmouth Cubs Win. ANDOVER, Mass, Nov. 21. The freshmnn cross-country i miners o Dartmouth won the annual hill and r;ile rnce held by Phlllips-Andover Academy here yesterday. Their score was 40 points; Harvard freshmen had M; Worcester Academy, 55; lJliillips Andovcr, J1: Hnd the University of Pennsylvania freshmen. IOC. The Mass achusetts Institute of Technology team laiica u union iu uxui In the center is seen CAPT. FREDDIE MURRAY, Georgetown's crack halfback. Murray is one of the most consistent groundgainers ever identified with the Blue aad Gray football machine. On the left is seen TOM GOSMLEY, the big right tackle, former star at Catholic University. Gormley is the most powerful player m the Blue and Gray line, and should be one of the brilliant lights of today's battle. On the right of the Hilltop cap tain is WARD, the big tackle from Cambridge, Mass whose work all season has been most consistent. The Blue and Gray enthusiasts are going to be with this trio of gridiron stars today. E Rolls Game of 141 With Chevro let Team When Nationals Drop Two Out of Three. By KIRK C. MILLER. Albert Newtoncake Senseney, may his tribo Increase, has tangoed as near to the high individual game record of the District of Columbia as any member of the local bowling commun ty has dared venture since Earl Eiker spilled the maplewoods lor a mark of 160 last Wednesday night. Senseney rolled a game of HI in his second attempt with the Chevrolet, of the Commercial Al ley League. Frldav night, and was otherwise largely instrumental In aid ing the aforesaid Chevroleto in winning two out of threo games from the Na tionals. So. hail be to Ncwtoncake Sonseney. of Chevrolet fame, foi he has ap proached the pinnacle of fame, even though he did not equal Earl Eiker's sensational accomplishment. Today Senseney Is mingling with those other famous howlers. Earl Lewis, Elker, "Skinny" Carroll, and J. R ston in the Bowlers Hall of Fame, and now there is a complete team of record breakers, Senaonev making the fifth man to amass extraordinary scores In league bowling this season. Naturally there are many interesting details in connection with Senseney's accomplishment of last night, prlnc.pal among them being the fact that he played to hard luck in throp boxes. In each of theso boxes he m'ssed single pm spares, or he might have overcome all other marks turcica in thin season, but "Kiits" do not count after th'-soorc-s aro ioIUiI and the Commercial Alley btar is atihlled with tho even mrdtratoly brotid swath which he cut in durkp n affair of the city last night. Hero in a to?.-u-box account of Son peney'a rolling Hoy 1 2 J 4 5 7 S 9 10 Soro -.0 K 61 67 73 M 10.". 113 131 111 MarkF Sp St St Sp .. St .. Qul'o in keeping the faF'is of Son honev is a coro of 1R. which came in a. mutch garni ai the Palace al!oyn, when Harrv Stanford n'nai " tho lemark able number of 1) pins Stanford's roc or! is an intcronting ono, end it is ie productd here fo the upHght of some of tho ar!ring Hov i j i j c ; 'i ,o HiOTf H .S V 78 10T, 1 r, ?, 4, 1C7 IV) MarLp .-u n f.t St St Si . a Si ' '.it 1-. in iv ') js j i: io v I'alao took a definite atop tov.a.d the National aj.it.i! 'oade.-hip wlscn all lino. h",:nr wero ncn iimn the lowlj "llj.l)rr Threo o! tho best gunoa roh i tr'? c:non roWtoiod by .feh.-i- Hd'lr . Lemmou. '"an oil. Low is nnl Kmihs .iinl this iuirit iiito'id0 to ccntributo the uairo biand of work mt wooK when tho V. M. '' A. te.-m will be nitt The Palace anj V. M . a. ourflt rue in . nook nnd nork stiuvIe foi the co'rmnnduijf position It- tin National '"npital. and no:: Aook n ' h going to huvo ; (ilro t hcA'n.g on tho piob nbc winnoi Il'iriy Krais In- offo.od a bonus- to tho Palace ludn iUlJl! they win at leabt tw out of thieo in next ivf-ek'ii important content, and s.i tne boys havo rt double purtwifo m keping in trim. Tho nature of the bonus will be announced l'te. . UirlltCR tied Ra nir 'Mu1- for first place In the Northeastern organization, when WashlnKton t'nion Printers wore "caught" for throe stralnht Mellon s high game of lib featured tho not. Epj-iloi'fi bioke the Ftatornitj T.oaguo record for high team game nnd set a hen a total ol G'JO was turned In iri the third round and a set of 1.4S1 was amasfceu in all three gamon. Siddons 50 Years Old. Commissioner Siddons celebrated his fiftieth birthday anniversary toduy. The Commissioner was eaily at bin dck, which he foijnd decoiated with clusters of flowers and gifts of friends Many of the ofllciuls ami employes of the District government called to extend congratulations. III ' 0 D 1 i I DUCKPIN FIELD Adopts Schedule Which Will Run Until April, When Prizes Will Be Given. Reserving four alleys at the Jolly Fat Men's Club every Monday night, the Keanc Council (K. of C.) Duckplv League, Is again on the duckpln map, and besides conducting a very success :'i.l league, lias a strong representative In the Intercouncil circuit. A schedule wrlch embraces a period from Novem ber 9 to April 19 has been adopted, and twr sessions have already been held, when keen competition characterized tne early games. Maurice McAuliffe is president of the Kcane Council wheel, and is assisted in conducting tho affairs of the circuit b John E. Burnt, who acts in the ca pacity of vice president, and M. F. Donohoe. who is secretary and treas urer. An attractive prize list which will bocome effective at the end of tho season has been approved by the officers, and another banner season is in store for the knights, as is indicated by the two initial sets, which have already been rolled. Tb schedule follows: November 23, Chancellors vs. Ward ens; Advocates vs. Recorders. 30, Chancellors vs. Advocates; Recorders vs. wardens. December 7, Recorders vs. Chancel lors; Wardens vs. Advocates. 14, Chan cellors vs. Wardens; Recorders vs. Ad vocates. January 1. Chancellors a. Advocates; Wardens vs. Recorders. 11, Rccord eis vs. Chancellors; Advocates vs. Wardens. 18. Wardens vs. ChancelIoi3. Recorders vs. Advocates. 'JZ. Advocates vs. Chancellors; Recorders vs. Ward ens. Fbruat l. Chancellors vs. Record ers. Advocates vs. Wardens. S, Ward en. vs Chant ollorH; Rtcoidcrs vs. Ad vocator. 1". Advocates vs Chancellors; V,inl"in i. Recorders. March 1, chanorllors a Recorders Advocates i .' Wardens. 8, Wardens vs. Chancellors; Recorders vs. Ado tates 1o, Advocates v.s. Chancellors; ardent s Recorders. 22. Chancellors v.s Recorder-. Wardens vs Advocates 21'. Warden- vs Chancellors, Advo latce v- Recorders Apr'l j, ChnncollniB b Advocates; Recordeis Wardens. 2. Advo' atcs vs. Wardens Recorders, vs Chancel lors Hi. Wardens s. Chancellor s Ad vocates VH l'((ll(ltl.i FRATERNITY DUCKPIN SIDELIGHTS I- it takes tv. o men to roll d2, how tinny would it take to roll luo? Ask i.inthicum and Rrunn. - - Rill Warren is some anchor high t;,iine for the night. Hi Redb Meyers tlco him for high net with 'M. iJota tiled to Hnd out who was bos 111 the ba.vnient and started something, "'hev found nut ICta took two out of tl.ic, Jiti-I niles the second division r.imli alone, with Beta ie ting peaee i .illy on th" floor Spies Eta's miKer man, had high Kamo with 117. Cj clone Morgan had h gh wot with P.21 If Cj onlv had a Utile more irpeod he'd be sonic good, in stead of merely leading the league in wraxe. Wafotj 111 Numbers on th" bench. Gd.v says no'd rallier l;eop slfcre. any u.'n Not as muoli owsarllon and doesn't tort no mweb. So. oM. Icp. Unit' wasn't Doc Clink In for Peta. Doc's neutral. lelta swiped two from Om'con last Friday nigh, and In the second game c-ime within six pins of making a clean up. "Molly" was tin llfo-5avcr for Omicon in that same, with n spare and nine in the last box. Helta came back again -Mond.iy with tw out of thrpc from Beta. Beta fought hard, but had to swallow the doM. 4 J" w NWBB" T. T His New Record of 354 Dis places One of 350 Held by Glenn McCambridge. Victorv was doubly sweet to the fast-flyin-r Decaturs, of tho ML Pleasant League, when two games were taken from the Parks, and Lead-off Man Holmes broke Glenn McCambrldge's former high mark of 250 for high set bv amasslne a total of 354 in the set, which save the Decaturs the leadership of the circuit. Before this important battle with the duckplns. the Decaturs and Parks were tied for tho lead, each having a record of 18 wins and 3 defeats, and tho result of their meeting has placed the De caturs a full game to tho good, and to day they are dcfyinR any of the other teams in the circuit to break down this advantage. The best team game mark camo In the openinc string, when Parks amass ed a total of 5-10 p ns, it coni'ng as the result of Individual games which went far over the 100 mark, and which were contributed by George Rawllngs, Regi nald Rawllngs, McCambridge. and Par dol. Wetzel, the fifth member of the team, was out of his stride and his game fell to 36. while tho others were showine such remarkable skill. Not to be deplored is the game of 533 which c nehed the second round for the ' Decaturs. This is lust seve .1 pins bo- low tne Mr game oi tno .parK". anu i i sample of the. commendable work which characterized th Mf Pleasant League since Its ver inlancy. The Individual rolling of that set was generally cood, :ir.d a reproduction of tho score Is timely. It follows: PARK. G. Rawllngs lis 96 h R. Raw-lings 123 101 W McCambridge 106 102 10) Wetzel 86 91 00 Pardol 102 S.5 h5 Totals Holmes . Ray B'lck . ... Meicer .. Muzzy . . Heuprl .. Totals 510 178 102 DECATUR. 15 12s 110 10 1 i3 in SI 4tM 10S 0'. in Bowling Schedule For Monday. Andrews Balcony vs. Stationery. District Royals vs. Newcomers. Westminster Greens vs. Reds; Blues vs. Whites. Y. M. C. A. Oneidas vs. Cayugas. Commercial Stars vs. Washington Gas. Bankers Bank of Washington vs Washington Loan and Trust. Arcade Argyles vs. Center Market. Georgetown Commercial Washington-Virginia Ry. vs. Columbia Granite and Dredging Co. Pepco Purchasing vs. Substation. Capital City National Laundry vs. Ivory Soap. Departmental Tenpin Commission ers vs. Navy; Aggies vs. Bureau. Terminal Ry. Y. M. C. A. Distribu tion vs. Electricians. Saengerbund Glucks vs. Wagners. Fraternity Beta vs. Omicron. I National Capital Columbians vs. I Potomacs. Departmental Duckpin Treasury vs. jommiasiuiieia. Southern Ry. Managers vs. Law; Mechanics vs. Bookkeepers; Tie and Timber V3. Treasury. Patent Attorneys Howe vs. Edison. Navy Yard East Gun vs. West Gun. Carroll Columbia? vs. Pintas. Mt. Pleasant Kenyons vs. Columbian Offl OL H TH L yvoro a0ttt. E Cubs' New Manager Says He Thinks He Has Makings of Championship Outfit. CHICAGO, Nov. 21. Roger Bresnahan appointed manager of the Cuba Thurs day i: Cincinnati by Charles P. Tart, hepped off a train from the Ohio town yesterday, and an hour later has donned, the managerial harness and settled him self to the task of building a champion ship team for next season. "I'll be busy for the next few .days getting in touch with the boys and in laying plans for 1915," said the new leader. "I think the makings of a cham pionshii team are there right now. Per haps there may be a trade or two later on, but it's a bit early to talk of that yet." Bresnahan declared that Heinle Zim merman will not be traded under any coiifc'dcratlon. Bresnahan said the third sacker is one of the greatest players In the game, and he would not think of making a deal for him. One of Roger's first moves was to look up Jimmy Arch era contract. He discovered Archor's sig nature Is attached to a document which has two years yet to run and which does not Include a ten-day clause. Kansas City Will Stay. KANSAS ClTr. Mo.. Nov. 21. That Kansas City svll retain Its member ship In the Federal League In 1813 was the annodncement made here last night by Jarnts A. Gilmore, presidont of the league, ater a conference with the di rectors of the local club. "A number of reports have been sent out of Chicago. Pittsburgh, and Cleve land," Mr. G lmore 3aid, "to the effet that Kansas C tv will lose its fran chise, but I don't believe there will bo a change made in our organization." STANDING OF TERMINAL V M. C. A. Club Southern. V. LVci I Club W. . 17 4 .II0 tuditor" . 11 .11 7 Cj 1 1 ran'o'Ion 0 12 0 r,J, nitctrlcans 7 10 11 ITS Store Huoni 7 L.Pct. 1J .45S 15 375 14 .13S 11 ZSS UPct, 1 rreu.hr.. 1 Cur l pt ! Ul3bur.MinK 1 j Club I Hat I'lub 1 !irk!e"H . NORTHEAS1EU.N tv UPct. fMuh W. 11 U 10 in 13 IS IS 15 II S TO" j 6 j Ui-Liid ulu ir, 40; Chaimi Ska 40J 573 .370 .3 3 .250 Abatti'lrs uerl'. Ntty Yard Printer . J Simon Kreil Orap J 12 lu r.fi 7hiG ltoch ' St ;iit IjnK A. C. PEPCO I,.lVt , Club a ub tv. Mettr H An . -I t'oi.ini' u l.il 17 tV I..Pct. .'0 I'dok'eenera 1J -onsfctloii. 12 12 .5:o ISO 4t 046 700 int-lnetri 11 l'un-liablnu !' 11 grounds 1 COHJ1M'.' IA'- Club tV l'bath Southern.. Kur . t. ami I tV O L Club. I'uiaci y M C A Vel Kin.l (i--lnui vut limiiii W li'.t.. Club tV. UPct. 13 519 17 .4- Id ,,'5 15 .Tit -C 17 4 5 Gen U. I" . 14 5 73.' ! epeo 13 y 70o JlldU & D . 10 10 030 Mer Tiuns . 1j JOlllniM ... 7 1j NATIONAL CAPITAL. W. L. Pet. Club. W. 11 11 L. Pet. If 17 lb 11 It ; 7 1) Potoinaci. 7 7iVp Hill . S ))' Columbl.iH 453 ) .' 75 .1'75 .-&- 15 liSjl.r'nswii.l.s : 1.5 4W'Cllinb-r t 7 PV1ENT ATTOK, CtS LCAOU Club II.MllS Howe .. Maxims Watt ... tV I Pet 1 lub jr. f, 7.1tlell . .. 1C S to.Fulton 15 11 .'t.' .Morse . 11 10 5- 'KruiiMlii tf. . 11 10 L. Pet. 3 5M .10 5JI 14 417 19 .'. LPet : .611 11 3 :i :. uivt 3 ."00 4 ,,33 l. r:. 11 .46 11 .589 16 .233 14 067 L.Pct. 10 .411 POSTOFFICE Clubs. W U't; lnapectlo.i.. 1- J J In'ptnudilts 1- '' ''' MaU MmII 9 'j t'" C'llll.M tV. 11 Finance 'Cltv P O. ' NAVV Clubs. tV I'all Mulls. 4 lT.itina YARD CLERKS. l.Pc Clubs. tv. 2 ' 5 50 OMTelKUS . 3 . ledmonts . '2 COMMERCIAL Club. tV. Col. Gran .. 10 TJ y-. OEORnCTOWN Club. tV L Pet. lVi,imi Prt 14 t .O M" rtauRhs. 15 G Arltm-toiiB 15 fi TlmeM Sub 11 10 .714 71' Wash -Vlr. r. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE Clubs. tV I dnsburKh. 13 (-i'Kr & Co I Swift 1- Ileclit A Co 0 UPct I Clubs. tV. : SO) Col Hotel.. S 1 .77S Cap ins ... .-, 5 70 Parker-Rr't. 5 . i: ..! I ." it .'.' i 0 G .CW I fir Adam -1 Co.. BANKERS. L.P.n J Club W. 2 k67Mut.rii'tan.. 6 5 .C" Central 4 7 .S33'Con. Trust. 4 Club W B of Wash 1 ! W. L. &. T. 10 Second 8 L.PCI 9 SCO 11 .21? It .367 BR Ml Dill HE BIGGIES Illinois, Victor Over Chicago, Battles Wisconsin in Final Contest of Year. CHICAGO. Nov. 21,-Old King Toot ba!l put on a three-ringed attraction, several sideshows and dashes of Icy weather In what amounted to hisjfarej well apoearance on the Western- cir cuit today. Ring No. 1 was al Madison, Wis., where the conquering Illinois eleven rlai.ned its final assault of the season against Wisconsin. Badger hopes ran high, but lacked financial backing, and the West expected to see Illinois make it a clean slate for the Conference championship. Spectators with seats at Chicago and Iowa City rings 2 and 3 counted on seeing the best battles in the West. Two elevens of apparently equal power ! lined up for the struggle here, but Min ! nesota was granted a shade the prefer ence In the betting. Providing Illinois beats Wisconsin this afternoon's clash between Minnesota and Chicago is for second honors in the Conference. Iowa and Nebraska looked evenly matched for the Iowa City game, but the doDe favored the Nebraskans. A victory or a tie for Iowa will douse cold water on the Corn Huskers' bid for the Western title. 53 Take Nurses' Test. Fifty-three applicants for positions as school nurses, thirty-seven white and sixteen colored, were examined at tho rooms of the Civil Service Commission) yesterday. The number of nurses to be appointed is five, four white and one' colored. Announcement of the result of the examination will be made in a week or ten days. The appointments will be! made by the Commissioners. The posi tions pav ?900 a year. THE LEAGUES DEPARTMENTAL DUCKPIN. Club. tV. L. Pet. . Club. W. Xaw Yard. 16 2 "sjiMttrlnes 5 Arsles 10 i joijtVar . ... 5 Treasury... 10 S 55fi Bureau. 2 Land . ..10 S 3Jfi Com'sloner 3 Labor .. ' "t ANDREWS' LEAGL'E. Club. tV L-Pct. Club. tf. Paper t. 0 l.OtO Gov. Con.. 2 Stationer. 9 3 750 Office 2 Balcony.. . 5 4 555 La. Ate.. . 0 PATENT EXA1UNERS. Club. tV L Pet Club. W. Mechanics . i r. (A' Engineers... 9 DiKgers.... 3 6 cOOlPrinters.... 7 Fanners.... S 7 533 Urickm'krs. 6 INTER- Ol'NCIL. L. Pet 7 .417 7 .41. 10 IBI 13 2C0 L.Pct. 4 .333 4 .333 9 .000 L. Pet. 9 .500 11 .3.S3 12 .333 Club--. tt'ash'tDii Ppildlnsr W L.l'ct, Clubs. W. 15 3 s 13 1 0 y .5nn Carro11 L.Pct I 10 .333 10 .157 L.Pct. 9 .400 9 .400 Keone... S 7 .53:5 Potomac. ARGUER S DT'CKPIN. Clubs Keurnej-" Esi-ejs Club Dpcatur Parks . . Highlands "vcurltj Princetons Club. Y.M C A . N. Hess... I ankers... (JlUldilH. . Nattonal! . W. L.Pct Clubn 10 3 .6S7lSchoeans. 8 7 53 Rurdette... W. 6 MT. PLEASANT tV 19 17 11 L.PC 4 .S3" .-. 79.' ! TS 10 . .T 5! C!ub- LPC New tons... Cli'tons ... Kenin" Columbias 'immanuols 13 ARCADE LEAGUE tV . 16 1: 13 14 . II . L.Pct. Club, s .607 Centr-Alkt, 67 A.rrxli: s f r rcit 10 .5sj inipcrbts in ,: M.PUfsant NAVY YA t. vet. 1 Clubs Club W. B. M. Shop 18 Misc. Shops U East Shop.. 11 - -cm" ..xi Snnn 7 63"lErc- Shop.. 8 10 .521 Foundrj 2 SOUTHEAST L.Put. Cluba. W Clubs. Xesllnc ... vf.ulel L'ch V. 21 19 19 It UPct 13 .. 15 .375 17 2V.J 19 .2CS 19 -2 Tir o'lii.. 79i tVoodmen.. 792 Luiaa Spa., 5S3,Nortons '3.E Stars.. 5 'Bohemians. 12 w 'fichllu 111 n.1.!. Va. AV. a 1 COMMERCIAL ALLEYS. ciub , , commercial i" I. Pet Club tV. t. rft 4 .S3" 7 61 8 6. 12 6t Nationals.. 11 10 S ' 43S i Glanti.. 14 13 llltons ""hcvrolets.. 417. .3A- ' Re1nien... Athletics.. Club-. Epsllon.... l: ra es. 205 FRATERNITY. tV. L.Pc , Clubs tV. . S L Pc' 10 .41". 10 .333 U .333 13 12 2 .S57tEta Alpha. 6 10 .667,Omlcron.... 3 .lUlReta Delta 8 0 WESTERN m tV. 12 13 .300 10 14 .417 I 7 17 ..'9 ' S 19 .Jin. ' 3 21 .103 1 tV. L.Pet I 13 11 .54 1 .. 10 11 .47a, ST... 0 '0 J ... 7 14 .333 it i 11 .SC7 . Ht. . W. UPct.1 j a no) 13 .3S1 lt .111 HT TO REPEAT urn Win From Indfans Tomorrow Will Place Local Eleven Up Among Big Eastern Teams. Next in importance to the bis gams over at the Hilltop today, local football Interests are directea at th Sunday Kame- which aMnaiser Joe Oliveri has .proviOfdbetweeiiXJs-VJsilant Athletuc Club, and the Altoqna' Indians. ThU Srdiron battle is probably the brgcest. J from- a, sportrn standpoint, that tho Vijjilants have en. their schedule, and no end of rivalry exist3 between tha two elevens. Th 3 condition has come about because of the ins.stent letters re ce'ved from Pemrsylvania to the effect that the ex-Carlisle Indians are able to defeat the locals, despite that a 7 to 0 victory was registered over the Penn sylvan'ans about a month ago. So, tomorrow's game at Andrews park will be the second meeting of the prin cipals inis season, and. if another vic tory can be establ shed by' the Big V lads, the class of the local independents will be definitely established. A win tomorrow puts Oliveri's proteges up among the leaders In "ndependent foot ball of the East, and. to this end. Coach Brown has been driving the team at top speed for more than a week. Three In dians new to Washington are coming here tomorrow with the Altoonas, tire newcomers includ ng Joseph "Wheelock. backfeld: "Buck" tVheelock. line, and Greensman, an endsmait. Would Set World Right; Sent to the Asylum Charles Daniels, a colored employe of tho Bureau of Engraving and Pr'nllng. who for many years has been a famil'ar figure on AVasmngton streets. 13 in Washington Asylum Hospital todav for observation as to his mental condlton. Always perfectly groomed, and attired in expensive clothing, cut according to fash'on's latest decree, Daniels, w'th his large gold-headed cane, would prome nade F street and Connecticut avenue, attracting much attenfon. After serving two enlistments 'n the army. Daniels came to Washington about twenty years ago. and got a Joo at the Bureau. His fr'ends say that during that time he ras saved much money, aid that he now owns consid erable prope-ty. About noon Yesterday, he announced that the world was all wrong, and that he was go'ng to ret It rght He took off his work'ng clothes, dressed for the street, and a few minutes later started out. loiter in the day the police were told that Dan'els had announced h's in tention of "starting in at the White House" to put things right, and last evening Detect" ves O'B-len and Mullen went to his home 'n S street northwest and placed him uncer arrest on a charge of insanity. LAST NIGHT'S BEST BOWLERS DUCKPINS. Senseney, Commercial alleys Warren, Intercouncil. . - Quiggle, Patent Examiners.. Robinette, National Capital.. Holley, Palace Salb, Arcade. . Farrell, Commercial Hines, Arguers Auguste, Southeast Whittlesfayffivtt. Pleasant Mellon, Northeas'ern Welden, Departmental Baker, Fraternity Dickinson. Terminal Ry Auguste, Navy Yard Latvrer.sen, Business Men's.. Seitz. Bankers Jacobi. Patent Attorneys... 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