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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13,' 1915. t 31 High Schools May Adopt New Eligibility Regulations For Their Athletes mw "sssasasasasaaaaiBBjaisaBBiBsaaiaPBsasaisaeBssessassaBsss. vraaaMOTMMNMnMBMM , . . w 1 . , HIGH Silt RULES MAY BE KED IN MB THIS YEAR Faculty Advisers Contemplate Going Over Eligibility Code for Changes. BUSINESS MEETS FRIENDS Takes on Quakers Today in Sec ond Battle of Season Other Gossip of Athletes. Games This Week . Monday Friends vs. Business, Friends' gymnasium. Wednesday Georgetown vs. Mt. St. Joseph's, Ryan Gymnasium; Western Second vs. A. N. P. Sec ond, at A. N P. Thursday Western, vs. Friends, at Western. Friday Central vs. A. N. V.', East, em vs. St. Albans, opening I. B. L. schedule, at Arcade, 3 p. m. Saturday Georgetown vs. Brook lyn P. I. In New York; Catholic University vs, Gallaudet, it Kendall Green. By BRYAN MORSE. Some changes in tho present eli gibility code yf or athletes have been contemplated by the faculty advisers and befdre the winter is over the principals' association may have several recommendations from those in charge of the various branches of sport. A recent case coming up be fore tho. board of advisers for action revealed the fact that since tho re vision of the rules in 1913 several changes had been made in the school curriculum which would have to be added to the list of studies for majors. There have been one or two other changes contemplated in the matter of interscholastic competition Play ers on high Bchool teams are barred from championship games who have failures in scholarship standing. In several instances these players have been played against other school teams in violation of the eligibility code. It was explained thut the code covered championship contests and all- others as well although the rules do not state this specifically. In advtspry marking: a grade below fair Is given known as F and this Is taken to mean a passing mark, al though not officially recognized, F being the only grade above a failure for re cording In final marks. Aa far as a scholarship Is concerned the Washington high (schools are holding their athletes more strictly to 'the marks than other cities. A single failure in an advisor- period will bar an athlete from any competition. It is also designed to determined the method of award of letters in the vari ous schools, and to determine some standard for football, baseball, basket ball, track and tennis. At present the five high schools have varied ways of awarding letters, and an effort will be made, it la understood, to ascertain unofficially what constitutes an award. s . . Some Idea of the strength of the Busi ness and Army und Navy Prep teams will be gotten today when the Busi ness team meets Friends in the Friends gym. The Preps defeated Friends last Friday by 45 to 38. Business has a powerful combination thlfl season, and one which is expected to come through for the title. Buck Wise. Bill Culllngan. Carl Glessner. Mlloff. and Ralph Wise are all veterans of last year's team. Wassman, at cen ter, Is proving, a find. Capt. Tom McGuIre has a fine bunch working out at the Georgetown Prepi. The Hill toppers will do little before the Kastern holidays, but tire sure to be wtronger in every department of the fame than they were last season. Sul Ivan, De La Vergno und Dalley will be lost as they are Freshmen now. Dorsey Griffith, a member of West ern ft track team and nnr nt Id h of the Indoor trackmen, has won his numerals as a G. U. freshman, and Is nxDccunir 10 maxa n nin rnr thn vintv ,i . . "---"-, track team this winter. Griffith was ill dur ng the spring, and was unablo to do himself Justice. Schoolbov track mnilMnte i tr.nlr. hig forward to .announcements from George Washington as to a track meet this winter. Richmond Is also to be wait ed upon. If Georgetown and Hopkins are tho only colleges holding meets this winter, but little work will be done In comparison to that of last year when there were two meets in this city. 4' Knlsropal Hltrh School wants games with, the Washington basketball teams, and, according to three or four coaches, ran get them by nlaytng In Washing Ion. The Episcopal lads have never been induced to play many contests in this city, preferring to have the Wash ington schoolboy aggregations meet them Ht Alexandria. There Is a single exception In the case of track. Episcopal comes up for the meets here, and generally makes a clean-up In all of Its relay races, i George Pohl, ono of the best athletes nt Alexandria High School, haa re cently been elected captain of the foot ball team for next season. "Pohl plays basketball, football, and baseball, and Is, ono of tho mainstays in athletics. . Few of the athletes will be laid low. according to reports of the advisory murks, which were sent In Friday. Cen tral gains Lee Hart, a good basketball guard, while Western loses Mackall, ('ilbnrtson. und Thompson, counted on as three of tho best players on the tqund. Monte Cross at Maine. Monto Cross, who earned fame In baseball as shortstop of the Philadel phia Athletics before Jack Barry be came a member tf tho team and caused his retirement ha ueen ennajrd to coach the I'M-c"i' o ' Ine lTerall i nnd Ids to lie r 111 . no i nt Urono ou i SCHOOLBOY TOM McGUIRE, ' la leader of the Georgetown Prep basketball team and one of the best of the scholastic players in the city. He was a member of the Preps last season, and i now in charge of fifteen players who get theic workoflts. at Ryan gym. McGuire ' hopes to defeat the Gon zaga five this winter as there is great rivalry between the institutions. TIGERS WILL BREAK NEW PLAYING TRAIL Jennings' Ball Club Will Come North By Western Route For Spring Games. .DETROIT, Dec, 13. The Tigers will tart South next spring one week later than usual, and will remain nt train ing camp a week longer, according to an announcement this morning by F. J. Navin, president of the Detroit base ball club. Mr. Navln had Just re turned from New York, whoro he con ferred with Manager Jennings and had selected Waxahachlc, Tex., as the train ing camp site for 1916. LaBt spring the team went south the last week In February, reaching GUlf port about March 1, and Bpent a little more than two weeks on the road. As has been customary the return route included Memphis, Louisville and Cin cinnati, and such minor places as hap pened to strike the mysterious fancy of Jennings. Next spring the Tigers will abandon tho old route, and will work north west of tho Mississippi liver, taking In a number of cities that have uover seen the Detroit club in action. TJio territory west of the Mississippi that lies between Waxahachle and De troit could be stretched to include Kan saa and Oklahoma, as well as Arkansas and Missouri. This territory is rich in hamlets that neither Jennings nor hlB campfollowers lave heard of, and the ramble northward Is certain to make some baseball history. Baltimore Eleven Is Winner of Soccer Game Washington's soccer team was defeat ed by the Baltimore Sons of St. Georgj yesterday, 6 to 1. but tho teams will meet later In the season when the lo cals will try to reverse tho decision. For Washington. Billy Crawford. Cap tain Cox, Verheyden, Arbuckle, anil Arnold, played clover football, while tho brunt of work was op Gcorgo riicnu man, who was kept husy all during tho gamo mocking Ulcus mat went m tended for tne net. McClure, playing center forward for the visitors, was easily' the star, getting four cf the six shots In the goal net. He was ably backed up by Capt. Harry Windsor, Dr. McCrowe, Lurry Bnrry and Ilubbell, who ffrlbbled the MUl con tinuously toward tho Washington kopI. whero Bob's uccurato toe shot the tmll through tho unprotected spots between tho squared goal posts. Line-up and summary Wushlngton Fob. Baltimore. Stoldmen ,.G Harry Arluckto R. U Drdmlleld Crawford -. M. it Juir.cs Blase L. B Nixon Arnold L. B.. Windsor (c&pt.) Gutui It. H JtcCrowo rox (capt) C. F McClurg McDonald I. it licnonlck Hodgklns Q. R Hubbcll McGwInn I. L Clnclbue Verheyden O. L Home Goals kicked McClung (4), Behonlrk, MrPrnwp. AIcDonald. Referee Mr. Fitzgerald. Linesmen Mr. Sprlngham for Baltimore: Mr. Crawford, for Wash ineton. Time of halves 35 minutes. Vigilants Again Book Engineers for Gridiron For the second time this season the Vigilants and Engineers failed to meet on the football tleld at viguants- rark. and a third attempt Is scheduled for next Sunday. The throng whlcN gath ered at the nark yesterday, however, saw a fast game between tho Mohawks and National A. C the1 former win nlng by 0 to 0. The Mohawks gained their victory In the last quarter of play when a forward pass. E. Towers to Havden. netted twenty yards and placed the ball on the Nationals l.ynrd line, from1 where It was carried out on tho next play by CELEBRITIES 1 BILLIARD TOURNEY CONTINUES TONIGHT Wallace and Killeen Meet in Fifty-Point Match and Win ner will Take on Kreuter. Morris Cafrltx's fifty-point billiard tournament will bo continued at the Grand Central Palace tonight when Wallace and Killeen meet. This Is tho second of a series started .last week y uarruz, wno nas orcerea a casn prize list amnuntinir to SCO for the winner of the tournament. uariejmes ana owann are tne other local players who am entered. Tho survivor Is to take on little Louis Kreuter, tho seventeen-year-old boy billiard wonder, discovered on the Eist S.lde by Burton Manic, All match games start at 8:15 p. m, Galways Lose One. What is said by experts of the hurl ing game to have been tho best contest so far this season was played on the Po tomac Park polo grounds yesterday, when tho Roscommons defeated the un beaten Galways by a score of 3 goals S points to 3 goals 2 points. DO NOT MISS IT SUS PAGEANT The Beauty Marvel of the Century. Stirring With Beautiful Spirit and Thrilling Action. Produced With Marvelous Splendor and Lavish Expenditure. . 400 Participants Elaborate Costuming Chorus Women's Voices ' Symbolic Friezes CONVENTION HALL Tonight, Dec. 13th, at 8 P. M. 25c to $2.00 Tickets on sale at Belasco Theater ka, mi ISSUES PACE PENN'SATH LETICS Bill Hollenbaok's Candidacy Is Bone of Contention at Asso ciation Meet Tonight. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 13.-WI11 the old football regime at University of Pennsylvania bo able to weather the storm and attack of the sentiment f tho younger element Interested In ath letics at tho University, or win tho new step In and take Its place? This Is the question which will be decided at tho annual meeting ot themcmbcrs of tho athletic association In Houston Hall to night Is the old guard to still contlnuo In forae and slide along with the football team down the Incline to miserable fail ure, or Is tho younger blood to bo given a chance to show Its worth In tho grid iron season of 1916? All this will be dc elded at tho big "get-together" affair tonight. . The name of Hollenback hus been dls cussed-moro than that of any man slnco tho day when Vincent Stevenson de feated the Harvard football eleven many years back, and throughout the entire system of dormitories at the University this man's namo was discussed as the students got together yesterday and dis cussed the possibilities of Hollenback being elected to the graduate board of directors.. Many of tho most conservative stu dents expressed themselves as doubtful of iho Idoa ot Rig Bill's election, but among tho greater majority of the merf there was a feeling that the election of tbe former gridiron star was assured. BUI Hollenback was seen on tho cam pus yesterday afternoon, but ho had nothing to say about his election. Ha has been rather impressed by tho atti tude of tho Penn students in their efforts to secure his election to the board. It was rumored about Franklin Field tho latter part of last week that tills man, had won his election without a doubt.- The 'official count of thb ballot was held Immediately following the close of the ballotlngperlod at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, and tonight the re sults of this annual balloting wilt be announced In regular order at tho meet ing. With the announcement of the names of the men who will sit upon tho board for tho coming year will also be tho re ports of the graduate manager. The re port of the treasurer will be given out, together with the report on the member ship ot the association for this year. The membership of the association for the present year Is larger than that of 'last season, and from the talk that Is gong the rounds at the university near ly every holder of an A. A. book will be on hand for tonight's meeting. It Is certain that the old guard has made a determined stand In Its efforts to remain In power, but some mysteri ous hand seems to have gripped the Quaker students these days and they are anxious for a change. Pittsburgh Wants Penn Contest in Smoky Qty .PHILADELPHIA. Dec 13.-Penn-syivanla may go to Pittsburgh next reason for Its contest with Glenn Werner's eleven. -Karl E Davis, grad uate manager of the Smoky City uni versity, is here In conference with Charles Lovett, manager of tho Quakers for 1916. Davis asks that tho game scheduled for October 28 be played 4n Pittsburgh, where at least 3U.i)ou spectators win gatner to see th" Red and Blue In action. The election of the football com mittee at' Penn closes today, and so Manager Lovett must wait until It has been organized before maklnrr any decision on this matter. "Big Mill' iiowenoncK is expected to bo chosen a member of the committee. nnd it Is possible that he and Bob "Folwell wllj act as coaches for the eleven next year. Stupendous Production A Mighty Spectacle AN B. ANTHONY Headquarters, Cameron House, and at 1420 F St. N. W., and Champion Willard Is Hooted by Calif or nians Heavyweight's Attitude Against Houdini at Recent Performance in Los Angeles Put Him in Disfavor With 2,000 Persons. JeBS Willani, heavyweight champion of the world, haa gotten him self in wron with the boxing public, in Los Angeles, according ito a story published in the Los Angeles Record, over tt verbal altercation with Harry Houdini. Houdini, tho Man of Mystery, was recently performing at a Los Angeles theater and requested thirteen gentlemen to come ujk from the audience to. oversee the act. WANTED WILLARD TO JUDGE. Tho account from tho Coast goes as follows: Ten men responded to the invitation. Houdini stepped to the front of the stago and said, smiling: "Now. I need threo moro gentlemen on this stage, and there Is a man here, tonight who doesn't know I am aware of his presence. He will bo enough for three ordinary gentle men If he will servo on the committee. Ho Is Jess Wlllard, our heavyweight champion." . ... As soon as this tribute to theGlant was heard by the audience of 2.000 per sons, a mighty cheer was heard for Wlllard. As soon as quiet was re stored, the mystic person stepped to the rw.nt r li atnore. nnd. looking UP to the tatter's face, said: "I will leave It to the audience. Mr. WlllaM. You see they want vou." "Aw gwan with your act." was Wlll ard'n. reply. "I paid for my seat here. ,"But.Mr. Wlllard." expostulated Hou dini. "I " "Give me the same wages you pay Bowling Tonight Masonic League La Fayette, vs. M. M. porker. Osiris, vs. Bt John's. Arcade League Imperials vs. Gan- lll. Sunrise League Car Foreman .vs. Trainmen. . Terminal Railroad Y, M. C. A. League Southern vs. Low Level. Southern Railway Clerks' League Bookbinders vs. Treasurers Man agers vs. Tic and Timber; Auditors vs. Law. . , Marine Corps Leagu Sublg vs. Canacao. Capital City Le.aguc-11 tvennera vs. Charles Hotel. Mt. Pleasant League-Parks vs. Cllttons. Acrlculturo Interbureau League Secretary vs. plant Industry. Southeast League 'Midnight Crew vs. Houds. Phi Mu Sigma League Lpsllon 1 vs. Eta. Departmental League Labor vs. Commerce. Commercial League General Baking Company vs. Evening Star. Bankers' League Second National vs. American Security nnd Trust. Knights of Columbus League Bur netts vs. Presidents. National Capital League-Potomacs vs. Casinos. Dlstrlch. League Goodfellowa vs. Shermans. Heston Blames Alumni; Says They Don't Work Willie Heston. Michigan's greatest football player of all time, told Mlchl gan men at the football smoker recent ly why this year's eleven was a failure and outlined the only conditions under which the Wolverine Institution might hope to again produce unbeatable teams. Heston placed the blame squarely on the shoulders of the alumni nnd under graduates for their failure to use prop er efforts In attracting budding grid Iron talent to the Ann Arbor Institution, and gave It as his opinion that Michigan would continue to have only fair teams until the Mlcblgan men became as ) tlve ns the men of other universities In Inducing pren school stars to enter the Maize and 31ue school. IN 21 Madison Place, next to at Convention Hall. J '- 4L..BA .llnM.S M...1 T Mflft ....... ... .1 invac igiivwd auu vtiii vuiiiu uuwn, mumbled Wlllard's deep voice. The audience, scenting something In the air. stilled itscl(iand tho dlaloguo continued. "Sir. I will gladly do a," answered tho Wizard heatedly. "Come on down I pay these men nothing." "Aw. g'wan with the show," roared Wlllard, growling some .Inaudible reply. Wlllard's boorish replies 'seemed to nettlo the audience, and soon cries, hisses, and cat calls were directed at the champion. Houdini, angry over tho attitude taken by the champion, stepped to the front of the stage and held up his hand for quiet. It was readily granted. He then said, "Jess Wlllard. I have? Just paid you a compliment. Now I want to tell you something else. I will be Harry Hou dini, Jess Wlllard. when you are no longer heavyweight champion of the world." A roar of applause rrceted this reply, overv one In the theater loinlng In the cheering and hand clapping. A deep rumble from the balcony indicated that Wlllard was trying Ho make some kind of a repli and the applause of a few seconds before turned to hoots and Jeers for the conqueror of Jack Johnson. "I made a mistake." said Houdini. -nd-dresslng the audience. "I asked gentle men to step on the stage, and gentle men onlv." A renewed outburst' greeted this re tort, during which Wlllard quickly left the theater, and wasn't seen again In Los Angeles. Ho was to have refereed R ..bou.t at one ot the clubs there the followln- night, but efforts td round h m up failed. It wns stated that tho blsr flchter had left towtufor parts un Known. minus the good wishes of many of his former fclcnds and admirers. AMUSEMENTS CONTINUOUS Prom 1 io S and 7:30 to It. c and iOc. "ON THE BATTLEFIELDS OF FRANCE" Sliowlnr the baltI- of Champagne, Metze ral, and othrra by 7,000 feet ot taew film. i covering thirteen month! ot war I Truthful and Aetnal War Scene Taken Under Fire. Ex.-AaJ. tbe DAItON H. de MAUUSSENE. of the Foreign Lesion lleElment if the Army of France, accompanied bjr tn. WILLIAMS. late of the American nos- pltal, Parli, describe the various icenr. FOUR PERFORMANCES. December 16, 17, 18 BOSTON GRAND OPERA PAVLOWA i BALLET RUSSE . MAX RADINOFF. Managing Dlrectot. Xlghta at 8. Saturday matinee at 1. Thur. Ee Dec. IS "IAmore Del Tre Re," Followed by "Snow Flakea." Frl. Rr., Dec. 17 "Madame Butterflr." Followed by "Egyptian Ballet." Sat Mat . Dec. 1. "Cavalleria Ruatlcana," Followed by "Orfeo" and "I.'Ecolo en Crinoline." Sat. Eie., Dec. 18 "PaBllaccl," Followed by "Coppella " PRiCB,$2to$5re DROOP'S .?.?? CASINO TJ1K COMKV THKATEIt UNCLE TOM'S CABIN MATINEE DAILT. 15c AND c. - Iil9IITS fc. 3se. AND 50c JVext Week Fighting Force of Eurone. DANCING THE PARIiOR MUSICAt, CLUD. Initrumenul Uualo For All Occasions PHONE N. . PROF. WYNDHAM, 31 i;,h st. n. w. All dancea. Claaa. 60c. Private nnv hm., MAtA,1SD,,MR.2i.nARTI'K' formerly MISS . CO,KLTIE.R' .1M? Et- N- W.: all dancing taught; private lenona. 75c Phone N. :184. ! MISS CHAPFELEAR, PHONE NORTH C8tl MRS. COBB. 100 Eye St. N. W Phone Malu 2S. Lessona In day or evening Aeiembl Dancea Every Monday Evening. NICHOLAS l" n ST N- w- pn- HIVjUULAO Main 7CM, All Society Dancea Dally. 10 a. m. to Horn. 1 MlLLER S. SELASCO THEATER, U.&tta, u'" 3 Up-to-the-Mlnute Dancea. In structive, mualo and hall furnished organised elasaea. Ballroom and Interpretative dancea. OLOVEUfB, III Snd; claaa. dancea TueaM Thure. & Gat., &Qp: ladlea frei; private le sank anr hour 60c J fox trot, one-atep, healta Ban, walta. 2-stap; latest method. Ph. W. Mt. DAVISON'S, Pror. 4k "Ira.. 132U M nn, All dancea correctly taught & guar. In few lassoits: priv. any hour. Class Tue ev. N65IC EXCURSIONS Blerchantsj and Mlnera Trans. Co. FLORIDA TRIPS "BY SEA" One 'Way RAI.T1MORE TO Round Trip $20 Jacksonville $35 1.500 MILK3-7-DA1: TRIP $15.60 Savannah $26.20 Including meals and stateroom berth. Through tickets to all points. Fine steamers. Rest service. Staterooms de luxe. Baths. Wireless telegraph. Automobiles carried. Steamer very Tue. and Frl.. 7 p. m. Bend for booklet. B. 4 0,tt,tl. Offices and 617 Hth St. N V W. P. Turner. O. P. A.. Baltimore. Md OLDPOINT COMFORT NORFOLK, VA. All I'oInU South gpeclnl Tourn to Chaniberlln Hotel. New York, and Boston by Sea Ually Service. Modern Steel Steamer. CUr Tleltet Ofcr (Wondwnril Pulldlntr.). nil 1.1th St. N. V, MMIFOI.K A WASHINGTON Sri-t.VSIHOAT CO. NEW YORK'S GOLFERS TO IET TOMORROW Metropolitan Association Gath- ers at Sherry's to Elect Of ficers and Chat. NEW yOMC, Dec.' 13.-AUhoUgn there is nothing but the usual routine, busi ness to bo transacted ut the annual meeting or tho Metropolitan Jolr As sociation, at Bhcrry'a tomorrou" evening, tho gathering Is pretty suro to be u largo ono, as tho association's meetings aro looked upon by mnny golfers ns a sort of December reunion, whors they can meet and talk to their golim' frknds from other clubs. Tho reunion spirit generally Is so picvalcnt that it sometimes is pictty nord to cct tnu business session under way. Kach club bclonehifr to the Metro politan Golf. Association there are nuw about elKlity Is entitled to send twj voting delegates to the meeting tomor row evening:, nnd any othe'r members of metropolitan clubs who care to at tend, even though they are not dele gates, wllUfof welcomed. Tho chief business of. tho meeting will be tho election of officers for 191. Tho following ticket which has been nut up by the nomlnatlnK committee Is sure to be elected unanimously: Presi dent, J. H. C. Tappan, Nassau; vlco president. Wynant D. Vanderpool, Mor ris county: treasurer. James A. Still man, National: secretary, E. Morti mer Barnes. EnBlewood: executive committee, A. II. PoBSOn, Fox Hills; George H. Barnes, Apawamls; J. F. Bhanley. Deal: Paul Moore, Morris county: Archie M. nell, St. Andrews. A call for courses for the. three cham pionships' conducted bv the association amateur, open and lunlor will be made, but It Is not likely that any definite se lection of the chamolonshln links lll be made at this time. Tho delegates can select them If they so desire, but It is the custom to refer tho matter to the executive committee. t The famous Lesley cup probably will make Us annuaV appearance at the mcetlnir tomorrow evening. It turns up once a vear at the annual meetlnt: of the association which happens to hold It nt the time, -and then disappears for twelve months. Terminals Challenge. Terminal's second basketball team would like to arrange frames with quints or 140 pounds. V. W. Tenney. physical director of the association, lias charge of the quint. . AMUSEMENTS NEW NATIONAIi$e!nr8at. CHARLES FROHMA'N PRESENT8 Maude Adams Tonight Wed. A Sat. THE LITTLE MINISTER Wed. A Sat. Slots. Tue.-Thtir. "What Every Fri.MBht Woman Knows Tuesday 4:30 Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski, Conductor WAGNER PROGRAM Ticket, 2,0, B2.00, 910, 91.00, T. AKTIIUU SMITH, 1UOO O. NATIONAL. TIIEATER Friday. Dec 17, 4:30. Prices. JJ.O0. t3M. 12.00, J1.60. 31.00 Dozes. 135.00. NOW ON PALE AT DROOP'S. WTII AND a. Paderewski Bi a sit.s ass ntQO A 8llB Mat-, 26c. Eve's, 23e to 81.00. THE FAVORITE STAR. Geo. Mac Farlane "the new ntonucEn" CO. Violet Dale, Hallen A Fuller. Seven Others Second the Fun. Xmaa Week Phyllis Nellson-Terry. Ac. 2 Shows Christmas Pay. 3 Shows New Year'a Day. Seats on Sale for Roth Weeks. LOEWS COLUMBIA CONTINUOUS, 10:30 A. M. TO 11 P. M. MON., TUE.. WED DEC. 13, 14. IS MARGUERITE CLARK IN WILDFLOWER THURS., FRI.. SAT . SUN , T.na-'IYIIeKcn In "THE UNKNOWN." Morning. Afternoon. 10. 15c. Night. 10. 13. So. Mat. Dally, 25c. Eves.. 23c. COc. 71c. ALL. IUS WEEK. TOO MANY COOKS WITH A. II. VAN BHIIKN SOUVENIR lATINKE TODAY NEXT WEEK "MAM'ZEL.L.E." raunt MAIDS OF AMERICA With DON BARCLAY And AL K. HALL NT.XT WEEK IIAVK MARION. Roller Skafin-SL PENNA. AVE. AT 9th ST. N.W. Daily, TOiliO to IS. 2)30 to ."!, 7i:i0 ( lOtao. America's lnnxeit und I'lnext SUntln Arena. iiwwBWmw MMJpsfl -J laJsf rll I. t.icarione.