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tttt. TechnicaVs Football Captain May Be Out of Game Remainder of the Reason THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1915. QCHSENREITER MAY BE TORCED TO SEE F Teoh Leader, Injured in Western Game, Likely to Be Lost to Manual Trainers. BUSINESS PLAYS EASTERN Stenographers Meet Capitol Hill Lads in Sixth Battle of Se ries on Hilltop. By BRYAN MORSE. Eugene Orhitenreiter, rated a one of Ihe best halfbacks in the high schools and captain of the Tech eleven, may not play again this season, according to members of his team. Ochsenreiter was hurt In the Western-Tech game of last Tuesday .sustaining ft strained leg. He has been out of school this week, and according to his teammates is abed with the injury. On the very first play in the Western-Tech game Peyton kicked off to Ochsenreitcr, who roturned the bell only to bo heavily dumped by Hume, the Western left tackle. Hume got a side shot at Ochsenrei tor, and when the Tech captain spun to one side he twisted his knee. The next time Ochsenreitcr took the ball he was forced to re tire from the game. The Tcrh captain has hiut unusually hunt luck this season. In tlio game with the naltlmore l'ol thrc weens ago ho sustained a severe Injury to lil rlcht shoulder. All during the- name with Dustness, ochsonrelter was toi-ced in favor his Injury to such an extent that he failed to do himself Justice, it was his fumble on the 3-yard line that leave Business the ball and lost Tech a chance lor the title without dispute, a a touchdoin would proiiaBly nuvo auftlccd to give Tech the name at thai state. Tech will try to Ret Oclisenreiter in have for the game with central on Tuetday. which Is expected to be tne last biJ game of the title aerie, aa Eastern1 la not expected to Be a seriom contender lu the final gme that Tech Slays. Central Is not as strong as tli lanual Trainer, and. while the Dark JJlue may hold the last ear's title holders to a close score, the arc noi expected to win. t It will be BusIucbs with a varied as sortment of runs and pusses against Eastern on Georgetown Meld today. The Stenographers will be able to make good headway against Eastern unless the dope goes wrong all the n through. . , , . Business is trying out Nau. a right guard weighing In tne neighborhood of 200 pounds. Aeord'ng to reports Nau Is a Capable player and fast enough to fit into tho Business system which calls for speed all across tho line. Eastern will have Flaherty, Haldwln. and Knapp, who have been out this season. Uinahaii may be shifted lo quarter before the end of the game, as Ida recent performance seemed to put llfo into the team In that position. There will he thrw battles tomorrow for the scholastic learns. St Albans In meeting tho Oilman ("ountiy Hchool, Is stacking up against the liardtsi toughest proposition It has faced Jul. According to reports from Baltimore , tho Oilman Mam la a strong onililua tlon. possessed of a great fullback In Itlpgs. . , The Oilman team will line up hh fol lows; Fisher, left end, hnwjci. left tackle. Hlnr'rhs. IcU gtianl. Hianilt. center, Hopkins or Towers, light guard; Boone, ilglit tackle, HnwUoln. right end: Mitchell. qiiHrliibaok, 1'iir ter. left halfback. Brooks, light half back, and Rlggs. fullback. The meeting of Hie hakethull onclie of Ihe Interscholastlc Basketball League set for Monday ?eek nl ihe Arm-Navv l'rep Kchool may be made mi op n af fair following Ihe request "f .eoi.il coaches of other leagues u,nd o...ilaH connerted with tho game. An Interpretation meeting on th bus ketlMll rules would go f.ir toward set tllng many difficulties arising during, the season, and might be made h ji-arlv affair which would help the game to a consldciable extent There Is still a possibility that th- 'interseholastle dreult will Tie Increased to seven teams Mil. sensrm Central ' High has put baskethnll on Ihe list of major sports, and will award letters! at the cloe of Ihe reanon I eeh I ion sldeihig the (.pari as a rnnjur and mav J put n team In 'lie Held Kcpreseuimlw of Central and Twli may enme firwmd In the nei ut!i with annotin, emenH of applications Kir mrmlicndilp In t lie circuit. Long-Felt Need Supplied by THI DRINK AND DRUG Cases Successfully Treated Abfolut pr)vf Horn comfo'ti 'No dancr Competent Dhtrin and nunes In titndJinc. Op-n 0y n1 NUM Literature fea lo anv nilrtrMS All cQtnniinlCHtlcm ttriolv ton(VntlU 17th and 1. Mi. N. W. WoKhlnlon. !. , Phcnc Mir 'iTil. PIMLICO n M.TiMonK Jlsrj limd JooUrj Chili. Autumn MrrtlilK. ol, 1 o 13. T Ilarci rtl' Inrlu.lins M..ilnhafe. AIIMISMOV 71.00. KlrMt Hare, 'JiOO I'. M. gptel.l JUL. l:a irom Ua.imston by W a.. Iscludlns JUmliilon to Track, GAMES LI HM pHr INSTITUTE Probable Linc-Up. Eastern. roMtlon. IJusineM. (iHrmnn L. K Dorwlrk Steltz L. ,T.... McDonnld Knnpp L. G MIlofT Graves .... Centrr .... tWnssman Maler K.G Nau Lannham ....It. T .Stern Captain) Jonschcr R. K T.WIse Newman CJ. B CuIHruii (Captain) Cummlngfi ...L. B B. Wise Sweeney R. B Ready Shirley V. B. ..... Kcech Referee Mr. V. P. Magoffin, Michigan. Umpire Mr. John CReillv, of Georgetown. Lines manMr. II. McGuire, of Har vard. Time of periods 10 min utes. Place Georgetown Field. Timo 3 o'clock. E SCORE AT DliCKPINS His Mark of 140 Puts Him at Head of League Rollers of Thursday Night. While large Individual plnfalls were not recorded In abundance last night. In one Instance the score reached a height that Is considered good under tho new rules. Ooddard, rolling second for the Navy Tnrd team,. in the Departmental League, amassed a total of 140 pins in his middle string, and thereby put him self In the "limelight for tho night at least. Probably the next best score regis tered during the evening's activities l that of 1M, hung up hv Whittlesey, of Ihe Mt. l'lejisant circuit. All of the other Individual performances of any note were confined to the 130-clase. and on a whole, the rolling of last night pro duced few single stars. Brunswlcks started outto scalp the Casinos In tho National Capital League competition, but tho story was reversed when the last hall had been rolled. The Fourteenth Street rollers took all three, much to the chagrin of Honest Tom Fletcher, who Is very much wrapped up In tho lirunswi?as. Metropolitans forfeited three to tin Second National Bank team In the Bankers' League. Seconds. howcer. rolled their strings, and Cullum and Keeno produced good marks. Close competition prevailed In the Masonic League when M. M. Parker took two from King David, and East Dale ad ministered a similar defeat lo King Solomon. Andrews, lead-off man for East Oate. was the Individual star. Another Interesting set resulted In the meeting of Imperials and Ooldenbergs In, the Arcane league. unin teams put up rood games, and the scores were close Imperial took the first two and dropped tne tnira. J--H-H-5! Everything Is Going. There's no buncombe about this Shop's going: out of busi ness and just as fast as I can get it out The reductions are genuine just as deep as they purport to be. The character of the stock is, as you know, of the highest. Nows your need and the most wonderful opportunities only waiting your coming and taking advantage of them W. C. Alexander, Trustee. $14.75 for $20 and $25 Suits and Overcoats tlQ 7CJor $35and$45 Piy. O Suits and Overcoats $19.75 $26.75 $31.75 $10.00 for $30 and $35 Full Dress Suits for $40 and $45 Full Dress Suits for $50 and $60 Full Dress Suits for $20 Balmacaan Overcoats Half Price 28c 55c 95c for 50c and 75c Ties for $1.00 and $1.50 Ties for $2.00 Silk Ties :c CjCcyA 4-i-i'I-M-m-l-M-l-l-t-M-H-M nii E O'NEILL WILL QUIT Boss of Western League Minces No Words in Telling Mag nates Real Truths. OHICAOO. III., Nov. '.'-The meet ing of the Western league baseball men, scheduled for today, did not lake plee for lack of a quorum. Jack Hol land, owner of Ilie St. Joseph club, ap peared In President Norrla ("Tip") O'Neill' office and O'Neill said he held the proxy of Frank Iebell, of the Dea Moines club, who Is In California. It was reported that one or two others of the franchise holders In the league were In tho city, but they had not reported to the head of the league, It wsa stated. Regarding the factional troubles of the league. President O'Neill said: "Any time those members of the league who wish to bo ud of me aa president pay me according to the terms of my contract, I'll band them their presidency. I sent out the call for to day's meeting In accordance with the usual annual procedure. Under the con stitution, in meeting can be called by other than tho president, or call of five members If It Is a special meeting. The talk of supplanting me as president Is all talk, for I was given & contract by the eluh members for fivo yean, and this contract does not expire until 1918. hoi a menmer or mo league lias paid his dues to the organization for this year, nor havo I been paid, and I have advanced money to carry on Its affairs. aii i want is.wnsi is coming to me, ana when I get that I am through. But until I do, I am president of the West ern League- at least until the end of 1916. The season has been exceptionally bad. and every club has lost money. President Holland, of the St. Joseph club, said: "The factional nght in the league ha been augmented by the poorest season ever experienced. Kery club lost money, the attendance at all games falling off 60 per cent, and even more In some Instances. I have no part nor any sympathy In the factional light. My Interest is In a good club at St. Joseph first and then In the league But Tip' O'Neill Is tho president and the league gave him tho contract which he holds he did not draw It up and pre sent It to the league. That contract runs until December 31. 1916. It cannot he broken, as it Is a part of the con stitution of the league. It would seem. If wo want to be rid of O'Neill, that the better way would be to pay him, as he ssys we can have our presidency If we will pay him his money." Pierce School Wins. The Pierce Bchool, with five wins and no losses, took the Rosedale Dm slon championship In soccer football on tho Municipal Playgrounds, winning the nnal game from the C'arberry Bchool by : to 0. L. Ixing, R. Underwood, J, Ryan, E. Olson. A. Moran, J. Edlnger, M. Brown. A. Dayhnff. J. A. Adams, P. Rotts. J. Hubbard. M. Snyder, and W Thleld are members of the winning team 95c $1.35 - 28c $3.45 9c 69c 85c $1.35 2for25c 3for25c &SL - - - r'H"l'H"H - a4iii - l - H4H - 44iiiWa - l'H - H"H Masonic Duckpin League Averages Tni. Lsrtte Hfanfthtiry Wa.li-Ctnt , Omrli Ilert. C. Whltlag.,. Columbia Federal National liebannn HI. John's King Hotoman M N. Parker Knet (lite r.nlftlphit AeacU Mt. Pleasant Kins David Navsl Itavrsin Anacestla Teams. lAfayetle , Htansbury W. , II , 1 , II , 1 IS , IT H.O. J.2S M MO m tii Ml 611 4-0 411 4M 4M 4U 471 441 413 47 412 4.14 41 U.S. 1.1W 1.1C0 1.4IU 1,43.1 Mil MP) l,m 1.40 Mil 1,411 l.ltl 1.H1 I, Ml 1.MS I.J79 1,310 1.MS 1.141 1.111 1,210 Pet. .HIT .711 ,7M .711 .711 .7(4 .MT .l .47K .Ml .5U .141 .111 .111 .SM ,3 .271 .211 .21 .000 14 ID 11 o, nt. n s 21 : 21 21 Pp. T.P. i io,mj lit 10,Mt 141 io, 14T t.JJJ in u. mi Ave. 47-l 471-1 471-11 474-1 471.11 440-11 4M-1T 410-11 444-4 444-11 444 444-U 441-1 4U-14 4U-12 417-13 411-17 4-7 43-14 40! -I oo. r w ting., Wash-Cent Columbia Oslrh US 10S 1.474 S.4M Fedsrsl King flolemon.,,., 10T u 1W 71 Tl M T 14 m ; 71 M 21 .4M 1.414 .ITT Met S.0O4 T.HI K.512 I.J00 7,t7 T.T7I .in 7,210 1.111 National 81. John's Mt. Pleasant I4bnon Aeaels Rut !!' Pentalphs King David Dawson U. M. Parker Natal Anarottta 1 It 21 IT 11 II 1 14 II II I 1 John Considine, Broke, Gives Up Racing Stable SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. tj.-The elimi nation from the harness racing game on the Paclflo Coast of one of Its ardent patrons la tttn In word received today from California that John W. Considine baa turned over his extensive string of trotter and racers to C. A. Harrison of Seattle. Considine has been a leader In the racing sport on tho Pacific Coast for years, but the noted theatrical mag nate, long member of the firm of Sulli van & Considine. admitted last week that ho Is bankrupt. Horses owned by Considine have fig ured In racing meets in the northwest end on the California circuits for many vears. Ills farm at Woodland, Cal., la ono of the finest breeding establish ments In the West. Considine swore-In the supreme court here that ha la flat broke. "Worse than that." declared the for mer owner of Orpheum and other the atrical syndicates. "I am personally responsible for between IS00.O00 apd $300, uno owed by BUlllvan A Considine, and mr private debt Is about J30.000." Considine was being examined aa to his ability to satisfy a K.W) Judgment obtained on an overdue note. Kline'Has "Come Back." NEW YORK. Nov. 6. Patsy Kline, of Newark, after a Ions absence from the ring, defeated Young Fulton In three rounds here lsst night. Tommy Houck, of Philadelphia, was billed to box Kline, but did not appear, and It is probable that ho will be barred from New York rlngr. No explanation was advanced for his absence. Ilolmaad Athletic Club opened It schedule of basketball games by win nlnr hanany rrom tne uooa nnepnen nulnt on the tatter's floor last nlahl 32 to 15. Chew, at center, and Evans at guard, for the winners, excelled, while Talbert and Parker played well for the losers. H-H-H-W-H for $1.50 Kid and Cape Gloves for $2 and $2.50 Kid & Cape Gloves! for 50c and 75c Suspenders, for $6 and $7 Bath Robes for 25c English Collars for $1.00 Night Shirts for $1.50 and $2.00 Pajamas for $2.50 and $3.50 Pajamas for 25c handkerchiefs for 15c Handkerchiefs Fat Fourteenth. Should Down Michigan If Itha- cans Play Up to Form Al ready Shown. ITHACA, N. T.. Nov. 5.-"Thls team Is In the best condition of any team that I have seen slncn I ennio here ss football coach. If it plays up to form It ought to beat Michigan Saturday, but I expect Michigan to play a far beti ter game against us than It did against Syracuse, because tills will be Its big game of the year." This was the statement made last night by Dr. A. It. Hhsrpe. head coach, of the Cornell football team, a few hours before the squad of twenty-six men left for Detroit, Dan need and Ray Vanorman. his assistants, echoed these sentiments. Reed, saying that the team waa In great shape, and haa Im proved a good deal sines the Harvard game, white Vanorman asserted that Cornell waa 30 per cent stronger than the team that played Michigan last year. . All agreed that Cornell waa in for a hard battle and would have to plav ud to form all the time to win. A parade and mass meeting preceded the departure of the team, thousands of undergraduates forming on the cam pus and marching down through the cltv, amid the blare of the band, red fire, and continuous cheering. TJto ocaches and Captain Barrett all made short addresses before the special train pulled out. The general Cornell senti ment Is that the team will win and maintain the great reputation It has made this year. Bowling Tonight. Phi Mu Sigma PI vs. Eta. Mt. Pleasant Parks vs. Decatures. Masonic Mt. Pleasant vs. Washing ton Centennial. Anacostla vs.. Federal. Navy Yard Torpedo vs. Erecting. Departmental War vs. Commission ers. Railroad Y. M. C. A. Store Room vs. Auditors. Marine Corps Isabella vs. Cavlte. Southeast Anacostla vs. Midnight Crew. K. of C Orccn Box vs. Burnetts, Commercial Washington Oas vs. Heeht A Co. National Can. Velvet Kind vs. Po tomacs. City Tenpln Relmonta vs. Home Club. Arcade Arcadians vs. Inglesldes. Interbureau Publications vs. Plant Ind. Oeorgetown-Murtaughs vs. C. P. Ash. Bankers District vs. Franklin. Capital City Bureaus vs. Jewels. NEWARK SHOES FOR BOYS $1.50-$2-$2.50 SHOE jfPik Hhr P 11 O -S l-L S i 913 Pa. Avenue Bet. 9th and 10th St. 1112 7th Street Bet. L and M Streets More open nlBbtn to ni--cnmmoilnte our aixlomrr. Last Night's Best Bowlers. Ooddard, Navy Yard ,,. 140 Whlttescy. Cllftons ID flheen, Casinos 13! tlaltagher. Georgetown 123 Hhrnley, Navy Yard 121 McCarthy, Spuds K Carroll, Meslln Mars 121 Potter, Reclamation IW Enmnn, Railroad Y. M. C. A W Keith, Southeast Ill Cullum, Bankers ., 114 Bonis, Casinos 112 Clordon. Federal Trade 118 I'opham, Arcade 113 Made Their Hits When They Brought Over Runs NSUV YORK. Nov, 5,-The records made by the major league club In runs, hits, errors, and men left on the base for tho season Just doted fur nish data for Interesting study. In the National League, the Philadelphia rlutt, which won the pennant, made next to the largest number of run with the (inalloat total of hits. The Phillies also had fswsr men left on bases than any other club and mado next to tho least number of errors. The Boston Braves were third In run making, seventh In hitting, first In number of stranded runner and made less errors than any of their rivals. St. Loul made the greatest number of runs; Cincinnati led In hits, Chicago in error and Boston In runner left. Tho Boston Red Sox, world' cham pions and American League pennant winners, were third In the runmaklng In tliA limine 1amt flpaf In tul iim. tier of hits, kept their error down next I to mo lowest total, but had more run ners marooned than any other club ex cept Detroit Tho Tigers, runner-up to inn jicu oox, miae more runs man any, other American League combination, were second Jn hitting, fourth in errors, and first In left on bases. The Chicago ' wnue mox were second In runmaklng, third In hits, third lowest In errors and second lowest In base runner stranded. "Big Nine" Students Are Out for Summer Baseball CHICAGO. Nov, B. Students attend ing "But Nine" universities are over whelmingly in favor of repealing the rule which prohibits athletes from play ing professional baseball during the va cation months. Unofficial results available today on the vote taken on the subject yesterday Indicated that the rule under which rapt. Iorln Solon of the University of Minnesota football eleven waa recently declared inellglblo Is In disfavor with the student body. ' Six of tho universities cast a total vote of 2,93 for repeal of the rule. There were only 34S votes In favor of It. The result or the balloting at Purdue waa not. available. Students si. the. Unlver- slty of Chicago will vote on the ques-1 tlon tomorrow. At Northwestern, while no vote was taken, sentiment In favor of upholding the rule waa expressed. AND like The NEWARK Shoe itself, IT LIVES UP TO YOUR EXPECTATIONS. You buy it with the understanding that it is made on the same Goodyear Welt Process as $5, $6 and $7 shoes. You buy it with the assurance of getting good $3.50 value. You buy it and you LIKE it. It has the smartest of style and the comfort of the bast $3.$0 shoe you ever tried. 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