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--y, V THfc WASITINO.TOX TOTES, FRIDAY, JAURY 14; 101G. . 15 - - i - , j , Double Basketball Bill Is in Store For Fans at fhe Arcade Gymnasium Today a-"Tlr-T 1 ) SCHOULBOY TEAMS ARE MED TODAY ON HOE FLOOR Central and St. Albans and Western and A. H. P. Will Play.Double Bill. C. U. AND G. U.. WINNERS George Washington and Rich mond Medicos Defeated- by Local Colleges. Schoolboy Teams in Double Bill Today rxnsT oami:. Western. Positions A. & N Vrep. rclno ... .U F Kn",df,cn Bmlth u. v ,;V,M,,lcr reck Center Williamson riinmborlnino .It. G Glhnoy Servant. . .U G Gllmnrtln y SIirONI) GAMP. C'entrnl Positions. St. Alhnns Mnrhurv ....L. F btunhs Dezendorf .. .11. K ,'oUr,r White Center . astlo Clssol n. O Carter Smltli L. r, Hauscr Referee, Mr. Wee. rmphc, Mr. Hushes. Thtip of periods. 20 min utes First Kama called .5:30 p. m. At Arcade. By BRYAN MORSE. Scholastic basketball teams claim attention today as some of the beet of the floor experts vie with each other in league games as well as m dcpentlent struggles. At the Ar cade, Central is sending its team in again for a battle with St. Albans, while Western and the Army and Navy Preps are taking the floor. At Business. Friends Select School is paying its annual visit. The Catholic University team will gp to the Naval Academy tomorrow afternoon and Gallaudct will play Loyola in Baltimore. George Wash ington takes the rattler for .Char lottesville to play the University of Virginia, which is the entire col legiate card for the morrow. tflonlglit Gallaudct stages- a benefit iloublchoadcr ut the Noel Houso Gym when tho Hist team meets the llolands and the second flvo outrages the Fed erals. Coach Iluus Is expecting to get Gallautlut in .shape for the Lojola .imu, and tho icturn buttle with Catholic "University at the wArcado S.ituiuay week. Tho Interscholnstlc Basketball League Frames will lit in two of the strongest teams together when Western and the A i my and Navj Pieps lake the floor. The A. N. I' team has been strength ened, by tho acquisition of Reds Wil liamson, while Western may be weak ened by the absence of John Whelahul. Central In not expecting any troublo In defeating the fat. Albans team, al though tho Cathedral joungsteis mav bo expecstcd to sptlng a Hurpiisc Fi lends plajers have h.td a -long laoff and Business is hoping to pile up a jecord scoio against tho QuaKeis. It will bo rcmembeied that the Stenog raphers got 83 points In their last bat tle with. Friends. ' Georgetown and Gioige WabhlUAton tussled and tackled all ocr Ryan gym last night to a 27 to Zi scoic. tho Blue and Gray emerging with the long end of tho contest. Better condition told for the Georgetown playoi.s who ap peared to be a bit bettci acquainted With tho baskets. Tho Geoigo Washington pl.iycis had many chances to win. but blew many easy shots In their cajfoinrss to count. Tho ganio was characteilzed b indi idual work at all times i.ithei thah by concerted action. Neither team ap peared to bo certain Just vvheic the players weic when possession of the ball was obtained and then- was a great deal of individual lushing com bined with long pot shots at the linsket. Bentrdtnl, for Gcoigetovvn is ic sponslblo for a victory foi his team, as his baskets wcie made at critical stages of the battle Harry Kelley's foul fihootitiff kept his team In the lead Don npll and Curry performed creditably whllo 0Ine got away in the second halt for several protts pln s A shift In the G. W V team was made in the second half. Almon going to forward. A tendency to take too long shots ntoed disastrous for the G U. plaeis. Matthews, hhiii-t i and Almon pl,iid consistently wcTl ,,- Over at the Anade the Catholic I'nl veisitv team hung a J3-to-12 scoio on the Vliginla Medleal Colli ce of Kl hmon.l plaing tings mound the Virginians In tr first ui-rlod Twent-tlve points wero scored hv Pled Rice's rollegians hpfoie tho Medicos plced kup their side of the controeis and decided to make a dent of It. Galilean's nl.ivlnir was a featui for C V Cart" right. Keeg.in. and Caffie plaved well thinuulioiit the battle Kcpgan led both teams In goal shooting caging six baskets fiom (ho floor The Georgetown Junior Pi ens won an IS-to-T victory oer Western's midget team -vesterdav. Western defeated St Alban'a voungsteis recently and chopped a game to the Friends' mldcets i.ames nio being rraiiged with the Ann und Ntttv XJrens and Gonzaga mldgpts bv botli tho I'rcp and Western youngsters .- Tecl; will pick a basektball captain at the practlco scheduled at Can oil In Htltntc today. The sound has bet n cut to ten nlavers Tech's first venture on the floor was a defeat at tin hands of the Kplscopal High School nlaj ers Hirsh's O'Sulliyanized Shoes for Men $2.65 Genuine $3.00 Values HIRSH'S SHOE STORES, 1026-1028 7lh St. N. W. nslilngton's l'nNrjt-drin lug Mine Itutikr. From Foul SOUTIMVESTKIIN LUAdUK. Alt. IIocUV. A. V. of L. Tamgoitla... Is 1i 81 riuttpl ft H1 93 llennott..... ti .2 H't Moiitg'm'ry 101 W m ileum M 1H) 8) Kill row... . 81 S' 1W 'evil 97 M 84 Trncey 78 75 M Stern 72 7 U LunkfolU.... 81 lb l Totals.... 40G 4i" O Btrattons. Clark 101 S7 83 Dauterlch... 08 97 W Duvls S3 1S 81 Knapp Sd v US Alien Ill $ 81 Totnls... 83 476 442 Total . . 430 4S7 4V9 Urunsvvlcks IimvIh, &1 1)2 til) 80 89 ! 80 80 100 O'Ncnl Helnhach.,.. Avery, Hammond... Totnls.... 4J5 44t 42 M. C. A. T.UAUUC. HlRh Level. TKltMINAL 11. It. V. II. . O. li'relgut. tiiiey,,,.., Carey.,..,. Cattuifati. Luverlno.. Peiilt Towers..... 61 ..--.J 71 70 81 62 44 .. 72 75 79 71 71 68 .. 80 7- I'oi felted. Tola Is,, S37 319 3.w ROYAL AHCANUM LEAUUL District. National Mitchell f!2 7 0 Foster 74 71 87 lilies 8.1 8.1 97 llllnil fifl 70 72 Rlclout 0b 84 122 Jenkins B7 Newton 90 helps 6 lkirbcr .... r. 71 Si 70 80 Wilson.. .. S9 89 101 Totnls.... 411 SIS 460 1 Totals,... 417 3"S 7 KNIGHTS OK COLUMBUS LEAGUE NurnAtlft . lnilWinn. Orady 81 84 Hi a ml ... si 84 O'Connor. . 10 Ids (.'iinnlriEluun 90 81 76 81 81 St 89 Kennedy.... 89 i"onrov ... 89 OrlfTIn . S7 102 Pitlro , .. SO 8 70 McCormick. 114 98 120 Mess 80 91 IIS Totals . . 410 469 4U Totals . 467 446 436 IinPAItTMENTAI.. I.rAQUE, Ma jr. Auditors. niMer ., . 109 94 J1R Hleer !S 76 92 Ocxlilaril . 100 101 111 Hills . . .. S2 14 83 Powlcr... . l 90 81 Iteirr.. . 100 90 108 Khlnlej. . M 158 99 Oordon. 90 99 8 McCormick 102 102 92 3eainan... . 43 100 103 Totnls . 4S3 BIS TOO Totals . 4KI 41? 470 Ill'KKAU OF n.VaitAVtNO AN'D PRINT ING LEAaur;. notary. Kleetrlclano Dore. . 7J 7r. 83 Ilcniile 83 8 O'ltcgan . S7 86 00 Powell ... . 87 82 90 Koeh 89 82 96 Hopping.. . 77 87 91 Willie .... 76 74 83 Benhnm.. . 96 8t 82 IUlssett 90 108 98 IrfCkle ... . 83 81 82 Totals v 417 423 4101 Totals... 428 4.15 441 citt posTOpncK nEat;n tclh ery .Registry Kerr .. .. Grimes... Klnsey . , Ilarrett. . Mttleford Haskell . Knee . . 85 83 SS Ittirns ... IcobliliiB. . . Flnn Demment , llaintlton . Totals . S3 78 03 73 M 100 75 91 87 116 102 102 .. . . 96 82 73 102 . Ill 413 424 410 Totals .. 460 422 Bill CAriTAI, CITT LEAGUE. National Laundry Haenner McCarthy... 96 13 101 Puinphrey . 81 87 13 loveless S3 103 98 S6 l 100 neek 95 93 92 13 81 108 UT) 122 89 93 96 91 Ijlkln . A Work.. Shank . McDonald 109 103 103 116 91 102 J Work ... Zirkle . Totals . 492 W8 B04 Totals. . 413 4S1 473 PHI MV SIGMA 1.EAOUB Sigma. I Bpsllon No 1. Corning . . 77 10l 104 Coe 83 73 81 Kllcer 83 82 101 Dovel 83 80 103 Hcltinan.... 10 90 91 Heall Ashford.. Klugn Noaek Murk 86 79 Ff, 90 96 101 90 87 88 S7 X Totals.. . 420 438 482 Totals... 440 4K 415 . LBAOUE Yalitmas. Lankford. . 86 S3 86 Oowen 93 91 101 Ylrkln J7 97 94 , Totals .. 276 276 281 LEAGUE. Goldenberg. r. M. C. A, Chlppenas. Slmnk ion Keegin 10J liurinor...,. 87 82 98 98 103 77 89 Totaisrr.r'stft :sro! ARCADE Gondlls. Mueller. . . 104 lot 96 V.OUllI . . 110 101 101 P 1Iowurt . 81 M Wells 80 113 93 Chapln 91 125 86 Totals.... 4S3 CM 4J7 BANKERS' Korfelted. LEAGUE. Rank of Washington. Robinson.... 89 119 92 Rose ... 81 79 83 Dummy. . 70 70 70 Phillips 81 77 8 Moore 111101111 Second Nat. Bank. Cullum 87 101 94 Sentelman.. 81 85 m llowdren.... 101 99 87 Kccne 103 101 JO Scharf 99 94 94 Totals .. 476 482 439J Totals . 434 446 447 DISTRICT Newcomers. Mniighum . lor, n: 102 LEAGUE Ooodfellows Krleger P9 101 109 Tllle 87 9) 101 89 86 .. 96 95 114 96 113 91 .. . 110 Shade 92 93 107 3 111 9 Plum' thai Wartheu .. Williams . Hughes ..., Hansford King.... Young . . Totnls. S2 108 81 104 93 101 472 509 Ml Totals . . 473 304 322 PALACE TWO- Moore 93 10T, 93 Plunkett.. . 88 93 87 Totals .. 180 199 180 Watt 83 81 82 Annlgex.... 106 99 100 MAN LEAGUE. Hunt 94 107 1(V) Ilrosnan. . lis m 90 Totals I-angley. Edwards. 212 206 IS SO 107 10S 101 119 96 181 22G 201 Totals .. 189 180 187 Totals MOVIH LEAGUE, Plaia. I.. Trudy . . 91 83 79 .Mrs Moore. 80 VI 80 L lMuiikett l' 87 102 Strsti'l C. Wrenn. . 91 SO 110 Miss Moore. 6' t.7 70 B. Holi. ... 101 81 91 Totals .... 2.0iB3 ;' Totals.... r6l 218 274 WASHINGTON CITY TENPIN LEAGUE Bureau. Tonnemnn . 168 180 181 Iroquois. Waters 11.' 137 157 I -end 144 173 179 Allison . 18.1 198 117 191 ill 223 148 171 13 196 177 179 839 911 V1 O'Honnell Jones . Ilardle . Handicap Totals .. 126 1 a 189 Fritz .... McNainan . Field.. . 146 203 147 150 174 166 &.' C2 Si Totals .. . . 7'6 917 91G' NORTHEAST LEAQUE. Imperials. Smith 96 101 86 Plllln ... ST. M upnlk .. . 91 100 89 Klmbcl... 91 104 l' De Luxe. Emory., Ervan.. 74 S2 87 72 Carll . Behrle.. Di t ... NleHS 108 90 108 471 493 Uo Totals Totals 400 410 439 II W 1 ni V B6t iBrP?TB WkV IJBMIiir jii IBLiW JJjy "CCvrT & Line to Pit Tonight's Bowling Masonic Duekpln t.engti.) -King Unvldl -. wHuiiiigiuu uupiunniulii, Miauosllu m. l.ulajelte. KnlshtH of Colunibua Leu.-uo Iiel. ib'tits s. CaidlnulH. Houth"iiH( Leugtie-HpudB vs' Aniicos tla Hiy.llnis. Jituoiiii J.i aKticRoiariei v.. Kleetfi ciniii. Nnvy Yard Letiguo-Kotiinlry vs. Jj. M. Shop. Capital clly I.uaeiiu Wnvinlv A. C. vs. Chillies Hotel. Georgetown ;innr.ertlal Kengue 'limes Htiijtatlon j I'otomui; Suvliiiss Co. Northeast Leuguu-Raccar Club vs. -McIlugliR. U. Pleasant Ix.aguo Kecuilly vs. I'.'ii k.s. Agrlcflliiro Inlcrbureau lonKuo Atil mnl Industry vs. Accounts Tci initial It. 11. Y. M. C. A. League AudlloiH vs. Geneiul Office. Red Men's Ueaguol.ogaus vh Osedola Mmlno Coips League Cavlle . Onn acuo. Phi AIM Sigma League Onirlcon vsu Phi. MASONIC LEAQUE Ht. Clarrldge. ohn. . 1211 hi 79 King Solomon Slack., 91 101 91 Milan I. Ilutrh'n. C. Hutch'n. lloub .... 89 ss B 79 91 79 78 ')1 101 99 !6 90 .Inn ... Ch arenas. 81 t'6 83 115 12) '9 81 i! (VI 8 II 91 Harrison Wolfe.. . . Totnls.. . 463 111 437 Totnls 139 198 411 Lebanon Osiris Wood.. M 78 83 77 SI SO 83 SS 81 90 CI 90 77 80 91 k;ornlliiN 102 .4 100 119 fJ 8' in no w S2 0 90 92 91 89 Ileuch... Cheselillne , Mials Reynolds . llieincr Ciukliigton ;('at. E. llaltz . Totals . 416 111 41J POHTOI'TIC P. O. '5 El ... 83 106 n 70 .. 70 . 7j M 7'i 7B 88 91 .8(1 82 Totals . . 60S 168 467 LEAOl'l;. Inspection lllsehon" . Sweenej . Wuhlcr. , Prallo Ljons. . Frederkk Itlcirin J03 10-' Mntlaclc. W Itlnere 91 tl 82 1.' 83 3 "7 116 flutrUk . Hull. Totals . IV. 405 424 m Totnls... . 280 'ii 411 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Hecht IxelSH.... h'lUcrln.TK . Kiikko. .. . Co Lewis Totals, ttarber Oyster Clsselt .. . Wnrnke., Tonkins . Wetzel . c Co. 91 8.1 83 78 ; iai 82 SS 96 121 Jtds McCenej .... Woodcock . MulCay 'lorrlson Hiine H 100 V2 ss 71 12 '7 92 92 101 SI 7M itf 98 1 'M 431 473 417 : Ross. 09 .? "17 96 76 71 '0 111 101 M 78 '9 77 ToIhIs . . 428 496 431 i'lllploe .Inirn II. O'Brlin 88 81 79 si : 80 1H) , llnii'tiei . Kntm M. O'Brien. r.osu 92 .7 11 ; Tolnlt . 447 438 -4 Si Yofls 6t 418 i'6 GEORGETOWN COMMERCIAL LKAGI'i: Knickerbockers. Col S. & li Co Freeman . 8S 81 113 Cnllnn Kllleen . . 78 ss .i Giillngher Keanie) . . ft N6 71 Itonni t Button ... 81 92 W .Davis Waller.. .. 118 "Z S7 Bner. .. lilt VI ItM VI '12 M i 74 8 IP I j v 1 77 8.1 4 '06 ill Totals. 452 411 57l Totals . 417 4'.2 463 INTERHUREAU LEAGUE. Forest Hei-vice Plant Industn Helphens'e 10S 101 101 Norton . . 90 "U 101 Merrill . 19 79 V8liiBiiaill .. 8S !-2 '16 Ulack V, 71 bx Dnnieron si lot ''- Hilton.. . . 101 117 80 Lipp 96 ') ''0 Llndstrom . 97 110 9fi.How . 121 97 91 Totals. . ;03471 4U Totals .. 4S04T1 475 Plant Industry won roll-off. MOUNT PLEASANT LEAGfE Columbia Uarr 98 Schoer . ... 74 Hremuui 90 Edmonatnti . 77 Stlefel . . Ill Decatur K) 81 Holmes. 98 so 87 99 '8 !rl 9o liarllett 82 8-VMuzzy . 95 lUiMovn ?5 81 llcull Totals 410 443 410 Totals 4oO 410 HI WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL LEAGCE Ifs Keating McCarthy .. Pchinld. . . Barnett .. Dummy Macks Taylor . 78 Iord.. 105 Gooding.. Shore Stewart Totals . . 188 177 414 Jerts. Rico... . 76 Hi 99 Anthony.... 97 71 8S Hliiies .... 18 "4 300 New comb .. 90 (2 83 Totals . . 436 430 413 Hutts Linton 88 102 84 Nelson. 67 s7 89 ITatlxHt . 83 86 82 Huntsberry 87 lis 91 Totals 361 333 Zl: Totals 25 i'H 246 RECLAMATION LEAGUE P. and K. Bergh 102 McChesney . 66 Carr . 88 Malls. Knapp 8s 1 1 McCUlloch 101 M Numbers ... 110 84 8 -0 8! ;Ia Totals 256 234 2.4' Totnls E00 SOUTHEAST LEAGUE Mlgnlght Croir (!. II. I Thompson . SI 73 CI Rusk . 11 Crouch . . S6 105 113 lohnson . 76 IVydell 1M 91 14 'humatc i'l Wertz so 47 100 Murphy. . .. 84 Fre 90 M M Brill 94 Totals 441 419 489 Totals 4.1 4i 4".C Syracuse Track Men Must Train to Stick Thomas F. Keane, coach of track athletics at Syracuse University, has made It plain Jhat all thowi wjio expect to mako the trade team must keep In condition. He threatens to suspend any one who does not observe his rulps Coach Geaiie inquires all his men to retire at 10 .10 o'clock p m , and re frain from dancing. Thieves havo found the Dartmouth hockey squad a profitable field for activities during the time players wero on the Ice Last week about $100 In cash and severul fruternlty and society stick pins wero taken from the players' clothep. CARROLL'S PROTEST RACE SUSTAIN Distance Title Event Will Be Run Over in April and Medals Be Returned. The Amntour Alheltlc nlon eroR rotmtry t 111. pi-oteuled hv Canoll Iti stlliile on ThniiKHglvhig Day, will ho inn oier fl'jnln Home ttnio In April. Iho snnii' eon'.estanls Inking part. Tho bom 'I of miiniigeiH nr the A. A. U. sus lulned the Cat loll pidest at last night's meeting In Baltimore, and ordered tho event run over at a dlstnnec of not lcaa than sl miles r.or more hun six and u half tulles. Both Baltimore and Washington pre sented sides of the controversy recently, and tho registration commltluo referred the matter to tho hoard of managers. It was established that tho Carroll run 110171 In the ici'ont race vtro tmuwnro that thu distance nchcdulod art six miles had been cut down to something like fpur miles It was fuithct established that tho Baltlmo-e men knew the dls tanro wart shortened. Tho team trophy, won by the Cross Countt y Club, of Baltimore, w;lll havo to be iPttirncd. as will tho medals won for the llrst thtee places. The date of the race will be decided later In Balti more. Just College Bits In Short Lengths Twenty-nine games havo already been srgncd up by Graduate Manager Chnrles R. Cox for tho Hilltop varsity nine next spilng. Harvaid Is expected to meet Penn slunl'i on "Stiaw Hat Day," the llrst Saluiday in Jlay Princeton bus de clined the annual date. ., - J. Howard Berry, who was haired from the Pennsylvania football team for refusing to take cudors, announces he will icpoit for the biseball and track teams. . Columbia has revived rifle shooting. Twelve dual shoots have been ai ranged, Including one with Penn State, Febru ary 5 Syiacuses football schedule, which has been completed shows that the New Yoik Staters' big games are wifh Pitt. Michigan. Dartmouth, Colgate and Tufts. . and M and Susquehanna two PennsjHanla teams, are now on the list and both games will be plasecl at Syracuse Mike Bennrtt's football contract calls for another year at Huverford, and he will doubtless be seen with the Main Line eleven next fall The scarlet and black w III be glad to havo him back. Cann. who was a star on the New York University football team last fall, is one of the best polnt-gcttei.s on the basketball team. Sol Metzger, rormer Penn captain, who Is fo succeed Bob Folwcll na coach of the W and J. team, virtually owes his new lob to (he good showing his team made against the Washington col Ifglnns last fall Metzger's West Vir ginia eleven held W. and J. to a C-6 score and was ono nt tho few teams able to break up Folwell's rapld-flra forward passes. Syracuse. Pennsylvania Annapolis, and C. C. N. Y. have agieed to compete against Rutgers in dual swimming meets this winter. The Rutgers team is also planning to take tho Kaster va cation if enough games can be arranged to make It a financial success. Dartmouth mav soon V stiengthenod. athletically. In several ways, by the en tianco of Mlckev Roach as a. student. "When Mickey went to school In Boston he glnd a gieat reputation as a hockey plajei, and is now playing on the Boston Arena seven. He also is a fiend in a football suit and a regular Ty Cobb on tho baseball diamond. Guess We Priced These Goods Too High Now You Can Have Them at 14.50 for $22.50 and $20 Made-to-Measure Suits and Overcoats $27.50 & $25 Suits and Overcoats, 017 Kfl Made to Measure. 0 1 1 lull $32.50 & $30 Suits and Overcoats (POft Aft Made to MeasureOZUiUU Not a Mot of mill left-overs All selected Gray and Silk Mix tures, Pencil and Banjo Stripes. Overplalds Glen VJrquhart aud Club Checks. Made Order OO.00 i ll - wool. all colois and w lights mi mav ne able find a pood matrl, fn ou-e,,.,, and vest GetlnquUKly These goods are fliaps. NEWCORN & GREEN 1002FSt.N.W. Open Saturday Evenings ltS0ur ;mmg CREW ENTHUSIASM ED IAKEATF0R0HAI New Shells Are Promised and Jack Mulcahy Issues Call for Candidates. NLVW YORIC, Jan. in -Although Ford ham renrofiinliittvcH pet no livers nf ro In tho rowing game hist Konwon, thera Is no Intention to abandon tho ppert. Jack Mutcr.liy van up to Foidhani last week and Is nnxloiiH to Rot practice1 startcSt next week, when the students return Irom tho Chrlstnins receds. He lias again Milutitcercd his scrslccs. At least four machlnm vf ill bo rig ged up In thii gymnasium unii the call for candidates in expected to bo posted tomoirow morning. Outdoor practlco on tho Harlem will bo staited earlier lhtii last y?ur, Coach Mulcahy deslting to get his oarsmen on Hip water as fcoon is tho iltr Is clear of lco. Although it Is still uncertain whether Foidhuni will bo icpie.scnted by n. varsity chow to compete in Intercol legiate regattas. It hus been determined to have at least three "crews. Tho Junloi varsity will be coinjwsed of last liar's fieshitian oarsmen and others In the upper classes If no Hcnlor varsity Is boated The props will also hao a cicw. Tho football players In both college and prep leported In lurge numbcis last season, and this year tlity are expected to turn out In an even better percent age. The nttsbuigh club of Fordham ulunin! has already provided for a new shell, ana another one has practically been promised, so the (raining facilities will show a dccldecl Improvement over those of last season. Track athletics, which have been dor mant at Fordham dining the Ust few years, are expected to take a new lerse of life thLs beiison. Manager Feller bach has not yet completed the season's schedule, but tho Maioon athletes will be seen in more meets this winter than In 191 f IS. ' Feerlch, Grace. Golden, nnd ! Gloughlln make a fast relay teim but theie aie a nunihor of promlln-r youngsters In rollego thut will mako ihese 'iiir runnels hustlc to retain plaej on the team , Noel Girls Win. The Noel girls' basketball team de feated the Gporgetown glrbj by a score of 23 to 16 In a well contested game Tho Misses Doio and S'elhy played the best game for tho winners. G antles A full line oF' Welsbach and Lindsay Upright and Inverted Mantles. 25c Welsbach Mantles, 15c 15c Welsbach Mantles, 10c 10c Welsbach Mantles, 2 for 15c 25c Lindsay Mantles. ..18c Howard A. French & Co. 424 9th St. N. W. AMUSEMENTS BELASCO-S'V.pJS.r21'- M T. TdMnilllOW. U.le TO 3IJ0. Hosts or Clever People Singing TIIK MOST GLOItlOl'S 4F AMj mi;i,ouii. "THE mLAC DOMINO" HEranN TRAVELTALKS C olor A fevrs SIntlon I'leturen BMolrj,".. 4 Beg. Jan. 16-17 hha7.il, ahgi:tina. ciiiLK. pi:rtu, BOLIVIA, COSTA lilt A, IA ASIA TICKETS NOW SELLING HEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW tiii: cvfi.oM( wiM'Kii r,iii)i:x mi su l iti: in, MAID IN AMERICA nmliig on 11 Tcn-rnr Special Train From Iterord-ltrenUIng' Kngiigrmriils In civ lark, Itoslon, 11 ml t lilenco. Willi Original 4 otupany of 125, In cluding FLORENCE MOORE & MLLE. DAZIE .1N11 60 BROADWAY BEAUTIES. The Kxtrrnir Limit of T'roillgnllty In Slaslcnl I'litertnlniuent. POP. MATS. WED. & FRI. BEST SEATS $8.00 ni;rjuivit mvtim'io satitwvy. Roller Skating" c!?iYs'.fVi renna. Ave. at Ninth Bt. N w Dally, 10.S0 to 12 30-5 SO tc b -7 30 to 10 "0- 1 America's Lareent and Finest Bkailnj Vrena. i: mMPMBnaaMaMMOaaBBBHcmai A FREE LECTURE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Hy AA. M. .OOMVI, C. S. POLI'S THEATER Sunday, Jan.l 6th at 3 P.M. No Collection All Welcome M IT E Percy Haughton Says He Must First Do a Man's Work With the Braves. CAMnniDGE, Mass, Jim. U.Vcrrr D. IlnliRhlon, for elht enrs autocrat of Harvard football nnd arch-enemy of nit nevvfnathorers, haH turned ovor'n new leaf In his capacity pf president elect of the Tloston National baseball team and Is now chatting- nmlably with all members of tho fourth estate, call hiK the luseball icportcrB by their first names and treating them as ir thy were boon cQinpanlonR of IiIb college daya, and l'ercy Is, wcarhiB a wilst watch, much to the suiprleu of a cotorlo of Harvard football men, who diopped in today to wish him good luck In hla new venture. Maiifihton, spenWnR about his now job, says "Just because I have helped Harvard to win on tho football field, I have a real man's Job cut out for mo oil tho I'upcball ticld of endeavor. "It's Kolng to be no child's play. I am Two NATIONAI Toiilcht.Siin Sharp. IWl'ME- Matinee Sntnr.lny. rorey-AVIIIInius-llMer. Inc.. rresent MRS. FISKE In the Greatest Comedy Triumph ot Her Ctteer ERSTWHILE SUSAN Next Week Mnis w ed". & feat. Heal" t-el i Charles T'rolmi.in Klaxv & Krlanctcr Prent ELSIE FERGUSON In Hall Cslnc e New Play MARGARET SCHILLER B. F. KEITHS Er May, Ije Kves .jt to SI 00 Buv ow. "At Least Four Headliners" Star t (jonmvix, In His Aftermath of Lauicnter ' imTiiicr. I KHMA llKUI'OIlU I CAIll'S Seven Other Stars Hid for Success NEXT WKKK-Grac-e La Hue. the Thorntons. Etc Jtuv Sealti Vow m. 25 niMiiirr s i6 MATS Dally i:cept Mondan 'nt "THE SHOW SHOP' 50 WITH A II VAN Hl'REX. 75 Week Tess ot the btorm LOEWS COLUMBIA Continuous, 10 50 a m to 11 p in NOW PL VYING MMY PICKFORB "THE FOUNDLING" Mornlnp Afternoon 10, le Nlslft 10 13 S5c HARVARD 1UST I FOR GREAT 1 NTOR y $MggjMm Can Two Million Men iBk I AHM Be Wrong? I JB!r$md&iSm I ISTENJ More than TWO MILLION C NSl . roen PROVE that $2.S0 enough Ht L sliW NE&g'r by wearinjr Tfie v LWbJ- iSEb9 0reTYtr;,Jil!7 k thi DP by rexm- B II SSs The NBWAItk lu Is made by OooJyear Welt method same ae H 1 S& 5 ' and 17 Shoes 1 1 Is tire IJBST alue in America today, as HH , i&J a 'ompnrlson with nther shoes will prove, fWWiH HS3 Quantity produstion and quantity distribution ban troiiKht nbout BV I lSil thin price ddjustment the IjIb dlffcrenco In produclnir a lew thou- aBf lS&til rand inira of sIio.jj and more thnn TWO MILLION pairs. The le- M Hgi "" l a raving nt a. dollar on every pair of NI3WAKK Shoes at fS.r.0 K I Y?Zi W'a tell you all this to mako It edav to decldo to buy The H YfJfe XUWAIlK Shoe and Save a Dollar Try a pair tomorrow' M ! Via NEWARK SHOE STORES CO. M Tm, FOUR WASHINGTON STOBES jM Dl 3 Pa. Avenue 506 Oth Street M ?feS Bat. Slhand tOthSU. Bat. Cand PStra.U MK 1112 7th Street 8134 M Street jK cV Bat. L and HI Stro.ts Bet. 3 1 at Lft Wla. A, JE' XS1eS. "isJ stokes is HafAr &TM f97 CnS" K taBVHDUBBLak. aV H Imtm M .m t h ,i.Mimfi aaaaafl TBaTH H .. r.w i. 1 aycMaaBgMggMaBaaaaaaaaB aaai bbr bbbj rv!tfTirf Wa do not operate I JaaV A flBMBBBBB0 'vn"' cur stores under any I MHgfJKgH - ? j ofhtr name than T ha NEWARK. I HH 4&S0 fnl a s AMUSEMENTS I DANCING Next Week Tess ot the btorm 1 Country ROSELAND GIRL ITH S3LLY WAK0 Xevf AVeeU Strolling Pin v cm This We;k Mais. Tiies., Thur. Sal. liENA RIVERS Mats. IS-2b Nigh.S 15-25-35-50 Basketball Games Scheduled Today Noel House Gym Gallaudct vs. Ito Inncln; Gallaudct Reserves vs. Kotl ernls, 8 p. ro. Business Hlfeh Gym Business vs. Friends, 3:80 p. m. Peck Chapel Gym Peck vs. Sigma, 8 p. vm. . Arcade Auditorium Western vs. A N, P. ', St. Albans vs. Centrals, 3:30 p. in. Hoys' Y. ftf. C, A. Hoys' Depart ment vs. Gilbert Class, 8 p. in. anxious to sec Stall f pretty well already. . -i the way throuch. f -, have no! inlminderstu "As I said. I must m . nnd lift soon nt t U ' v of thlnUR and find how little time I will . ...4 w w. tei able to tell Harvard whether or not 1 ran continue with tho football team Meniiwhljc, Harvard must wait. "T have thoupht a lot, of baseball late ly, of course. I am not as yet tho presi dent of the nrnves, though t shall b shortly. T will not nay what pollcv I will maintain, in repard to the Braves. I havo been cnlled tho autocrat of Har vard's football, "Maybe I have been, but that's) no rennnn that I nm to bo the autocrat of I the Hrnves. I, as president of thf P.rnves. will represent some dijj money ed Interests. They may. later tak n active part in tho business part of tn team." Million Men! PROF. WYNDHAM, w- All dances. Clam. We. Private any hour. Mil. AND MRS HAP.TLEY, formerly MISS COULTKIl 1MB O st. N. W.: all danclnr taucht. private lesnoni. Toe. Phone N. 2l$t 1 MILS. COB1J, 100 KVB fST. N. W Phone Mntn IS1I Lessons In day or evening AsKemblv Dances Uvery Monday Evening. OLO HR'S, 613 :nd, class and dance Tues , Theirs, Sat., Wc; ladles free; private lu sons SCV; all dances taught, latest method, fine ballroom for rent. 13. Ph. W ll. MISS CHAPPELEAR, 1S12 QUE ST. N. TV. PHONE NORTH (H. NICHOLAS iJLVS: w. Phan. dances dally 10 a m. to 11 p. m. Class flancea Tuea & !! . dent's. EOc. ladlas trse. " Up-to-Oe-Mlnuts Dsncts In ttructlvs. muste nnd hall furnUhtd erranlna laMs Ballroom and Inlerorstativs danesa. EXCURSIONS FLORIDA TOUR Personally Conducted From Baltimore. Friday, Feb. 18th, T P M 8-day trip. Including necessary iNpenses. $50. Meals and room on Miiimer, hotels., auto-trlps, etc Grand opportunity to visit "Land of Sun shine and Flowers." Keg-ular sailings to Savannah and Jacksonville every Tuescjay and Friday Send for Itlnei -nry and particulars. 31P.UCH.VNTS & miniSrs TRA.VS. CO. M. P. Turner, G. P. A., Ilalto., Md. Consult an) ticket or tourist agent. OLD POINT COMFORT . NORFOLK, VA. All Points South $peclal Touts to Clinniberlln Hotel, New York and Boston by Sea Unlly service, Modern 8tel Steamers. f- Ticket Ofllce (Woodward tllnit), 7fil 1.1th !?t. JV. W, (FOLIC H'AMIUNGTO.f SIIWSUIOAT CO. MARDI GRAS ay trip to New Orle? Great Carnival. Also ! ) Bermuda, Florida, dies, and South Amer mmer booklet ready. TA TOURS nnl H!dj.. Waxh.. . t.