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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1916.
White's Appointment as Business Coach Expected Today C. U. Is Winner
busk FIVE IN
Baseball and Football Mentor
; Expected to Have Harris as
iTHE LEAGUE MEETS TODAY
Catholic University Has Good
Lead on Colleges for South
r Atlantic Title.
By BRYAN MORSE.
Paul White, successful tutor of
the Business baseball and football!
teams, is expected to receive the ap
pointment as coach of the Stenog-
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japner oasKcioau luuni, lunuwui Pont o 94 8
the resignation of Dr. William B.;;;- j g "
Hudson. Harry Harris, captain of
the team two years back, is looked
upon with favor at Business to as
sist Coach White.
At a meeting of the Interschol
nstfc Basketball League scheduled to
be held today at the Arcade before
the Western-Central game, action
will be taken on Dr. Hudson's rcsig-
nntinn ae taamm Vioorl Tf In nnnfl-
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dently expected that the league will Money sa u 73 Moore.. ..,
1 t tt j i ..... .Austin 83 82 90 Kemmls...
ask Dr. Hudson to remain in his' .
present capacity for the remainder I
ui me year.
The new schedule will be adopted as
no games can be played next week
owing to the food exhibit to take place
In the Arcade Auditorium. The tenta
tive schedule published yesterday met
with favor anions the league members.
Western nnd Central arc mcetlnR to
day for their first league engugement.
The Red nnd White la leading the cir
cuit by a fair mareln, but Is crippled
today by reason of having several of
the players on the sick list.
Central has been going at a fast clip
nnd has forced every opponent to tho ,
jimn lor a win. ine u street nvo can ',
ne expected 10 prouuee a oranti 01 pasj- i
ing as goou aa western, ami cun no
looked upon as a strengthened team
since Smith took his place at guard.
With two defeats over Clallaudet, a
decisive victory over Virginia, nnd last
night's 29 to II win over George Wash
ington, Catholic University has a good
lead on all of the South Atlantic col
leges for the title.
While a win was expected for the
Brooklanders in last night's engage
ment, George Washington was not
looked upon as being able to glove Fred
Jtlce's team as hard a battle as it did.
Mechanically both teams wcro, on a
par. Better headwork told for the
Catholic University players who con
served their 'energies and came through
with a spurt in the last half which
took them far out of reach.
Had It not been for some great floor
work on the part of Keeijan nnd Cart
wright, for Catholic University, tho
Brooklanders would havo been unable
to score a win. Keegan kept "Shorty"
Almon, the Hatchetites' best, bets cov
ered all the wa. Almon sneaked In a
basket when Keegan got twisted on
ono play, nnd this was the extent of
his damage to Catholic Univeisity.
In addition Keegan got three floor
shots which counted, and Cartwrlght
got two. George Washington played a
loose game, fouling repeatedly in the
effort to stop the flying c. V. players.
Neither team Is proud of its basket
shooting ability, as not more than 20
per cent of tho shots at the basket were
of tho counting variety. "Snowbirds"
were missed with ridiculous ease
throughout the contest, which kept tho
ecoro down to respectable figures.
Caffrey nnd Gallivan were "benched for
fouling, while Groesbeck and Almon
were removed for tho same cause. There I
was a deal of unnecessary fouling, .and
to the everlasting credit of Prank
fichlosser and James Coltlflower, pen
alties were dealt out freely.
Easter and Tech aro scheduled to meet
today at the Carroll Institute Hall.
It will be the first engagement for tho
teams on the floor, and Doth are anxlou
to score wins. Tech was slated to ap
pear against the Georgetown Preps yes
terday, but examinations In both
schools prevented the meeting,
Friends set back St. Albans In the
Friends gym yesterday by a 34-to-24
ecore. The St. Albans players were con
tented to hold Friends to as low a
score as possible, and partly succeeded.
The contest was a rough one from start
The proposed mile relay race for scho
lastic runners which George Washing
ton is anxious to put ot) in the Indoor
games of March 4 is meeting with fa
vor. Several of the coaches aro of the
opinion that a mtle race Is a bit long
for the youngsters, and will ask Prof.
McNemar to cut dqwn the race to 1,300
Georgetown faces Brooklyn Polytech
nic Institute in Ryan gym Friday night,
and goes back against George Wash
ington on Saturday at the "Y" for a
return game. Unless all signs fall, the
Saturday battle la going to be well
worth taking In.
Glanson 2 in.
Royston 2a in.
2 for 25c
807 Penn. Ave. N. W.
SOL HERZOG & CO.,
602 9th St. N. W.
423 9th St. N. W.
From Foul Line to. Pit
INTERSTATE BOWLING ASSOCIATION.
Kllerlane,.,. tt 100
Morican 117 SS !
Hcott TS 77 M
Flanders..., 80 W M
aicuinn...... m hi hi
Caldwell I 1 lit
Taylor 61 67 M
Lyon i w
Hpethmann.. 77 ..
Vent M f
Mver 107 113 76
ferruer.,.,, .. ., 7:
Total US 4M
411 m ut
CAPITAL. DUCIU'IN LEAOUE.
Llckweic 1W10J 100 Pumphtey... 102 M M
Haley 91 11 7lWorks M M lttt
Donohuo .... 12 1 (Hillock 107 .
Ross 8 9,1 100 McDonald... 97 111 97
O'Nelle 101 V MlZlrkt 88 100 90
Totals 83 4M Totali... . 4M 473 4CS
TERMINAL Y. M, C. A. LEAGUE.
Pennsylvania. 1 Trainmen.
McAleer.. .. hi I'l 61 Carroll W S3 66
Dauney W hi 10 Reed 78 ' 8.1
Atchison 10U SH 73 Hrent 101 97 M
Barnard M CI ..ICoatney.... M 67 78
Amldon 90 Uj tl Uundy Q kO 1
. . I Total. 422 2i 4:0
Totals 418 4 404
RECLAMATION DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Beadle 'ill 91 112
Perliam HI i)J So
Pptter 99 93 86
Knapu 93 81 82
M 91 U
n n a
259 232 28J
;tl 266 241
I'. E, P. CO. DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Itatto 102 8S 91
Der 90 at Su
O. Edwards.. 93 77 8(1
Halter 101 (9 M
A.O.Donner 104 i M
Sohn 84 84 9.
2SS 2.9 237
291 43 232
MASONIC DUCKriN LEAQUE.
1 fa vatf n . Vtlamhiirv
oeor si' 99 ii.nireman.... 103 99 94
ruuKtra iun y.i oaiwifx.uiB. . .. j i
Hartte 77 9(1 87
Kin 101 97 98
Hulley 109K4 111
Totals.... 4 SIS 4S1
Crampton... J01 93 81
Weston 89 98 103
Taj lor 91 89 83
Ixverlng.... 83 93 82
NalUy 97 114 118
Totals.... 4X2 497 433
Oliver 90 9 101
, Krelker M 102
iieiniici 100 vi si
Haas S7 80 101
Chlswell 99 103 83
469 463 473
461 487 469
FOURTEENTH STREET DUCKPIN
Neutrals. 1 Phelps Bros. Co.
McLelland.. 72 2 74 Phelps 88 i4 87
bbott 7S k7 114 llutler 62 78 69
iiandy M M gft Hmaiiej'
81 70 71
91 -8 73
73 M 8:
398 3S3 281
Dwjw 12S 104 91
Walker 112 1M 105
Meanv 102 91 M
Elmer 120 93 92
Uontz 103 92 125
Crowley. ... 103 102 111
Hodybtish .. 9 79 90
Calloway.... 93 96 Wl
Klwr 97 99 79
Gwnne 92 93 84
Totals... t3 484 523 Totals... 4 0 469 430
TERMINAL V. M. C. A. LEAGUE.
R & O. Freight. I.ow Level.
Carey " 71 94 Pugh 91 78 9
Powers 78 78 93 Weber 84 80 97
Ralley Ri 81 79 I'umphrej .. 73 S2 82
ltverlne.... 70 69 7.". Kllrov 104 103 87
Miller 81 C8 80 Marlowe 69 l'O 91
378 M7 4271 Totals.
421 443 4'3
-WASHINGTON POST DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Mann 81 81 84
Nelson M 79 71
Benzler 96 94 78
Wallace 91 97 711
Wadtelch.... 92 89 87
Mclren .. 90 81 91
Fcrlvener.. 101 91 74
Peden 86 KS 7J
McAlwee ... 78 M 92
IonK 92 83 90
Totals.. 449 432 423 Totals.... 449 440 398
Caxtons won roll off.
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is to answer this fair-to-you
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universally distributed and uni
And if the answer isn't on the front
end of your tongue; if you don't
feel it just galloping right out of
your think-division, get-going for
the nearest store that sells tobacco.
Invest 5c or 10c for a test-out!
You'll get the answer, all right!
And you'll know more about where Mfpn""....
PALACE TWO-MAN LEAGUE.
McClellan... 90 M 93
Hart 7 M 81
Rodier 101 120 103
Totala...... 194 203 'IK
Hunt 83 103 1W
Brosman.,.. 115 2A 10.
Totals 198 231 20
UcCIellan... 92 7
Rodier S4 112 9.
Shepard 89 93 87
Totals 170 1.47 163
Fletcher 112 107 104
lenderson., 77 92 78
Totals 189 193 181
lunt 85 91 98
rosman.... 98 110 10J
Totals 183 201 201
Totala 178 210 IU
Feeney M 74 83!
Dorset 74 70 81
Blocker 70 92 81
Patterson..., 92 101 Hit
Sanders 96 73 92
Brandt 83 90 8S
Reldel 89 88 86
Covert 91 93 80
Ferber 78 96 84
Slelfh 87 94 83
Totals..... 41HIS4I7 Totals .. 413 428 443
NORTHEAST DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Gtbraltara. , McHughs.
Hollldge 79 85 103 McCarthy.., 11 87 102
Harbaglllo.. 100 93 81 Turner J 107 90 91
Flllln a Si 83 Smith lit) in Hi
I.Vehm'r.... 79 9 83 Flllin 83 85 HA
Clum 89 79 92 Shank M 113 83
Totala.... 432 440 448 Totals.... f,07 463 433
SOUTHWESTERN DUCKPIN LEAOUE,
Woodward.. 96 83 91. Z.Clark 83 93 91
Fowler .... 104 90 107
Rell 89 96112
Shipley HI 84 80
Goard 76 92 103
Totals.... 449 443 493
naMis ."'.'.".'. 92 88 91
93 114 M
Knapp 93 -90 101
Alien ioi in 101
461 S04 473
COMMERCIAL DUCKI IN LEAGUE.
Standard Oil Co.
Recker S3 93 82
Mendell M 90 M
Edmunds.... 73 93 92
E.Mc'Intosh 1M 87 8a
Haener 8S 87 93
Hargett 81 80 89
James 102 82 104
Totals.... 419 429 468
nalllnncr.... 94 80 83
Turner 96 91 89
Wern,z " M I
486 4I6 430
WASHINGTON CITV TENPIN LEAGcE.
McMan'my. 149 164 164
Waters 201 164 :72
Ityerson.. .. 136 130 118
147 180 137
204 178 190
131 174 160
221 U9 140
Brown 143 179 178
Allison 164 213 ISORhaRer ..
Field 132 173 1M
Handicap.... 14 14 II
Totals 823 897 896
POSTOFFICE DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Barnhart ... in 111 90
Wahler .... n 3 II
TlfTeny 83 81 83
Dummy ... 80 78 101
Sweeney... . 93 94 82
Lyons 109 94 10
81 6 87
98 91 1-9
'JO I-1 9t
90 11 78
Totals 430 432 442
437 4V. 432
MT. PLEASANT DUCKPIN LEAQUE.
Heupel 112 8 91
Bartlett.. .. 83 M 81
Bealte .... 91 HIS 100
Malxn 90 96 77
Bhulman.... 118 92 89
E. Baltz ... 87 81 82
Claton... . 97 83 83
lienjamln. . 96 91 SO
Wilcox 90 81 80
Prlmm 86 100 78
301 479 4.13
436 419 413
COMMERCIAL DUCKPIN LEAOI'KL
llecht & Co. M. Joyce Co,
Loveless.... 104 87 93
Dawson .... 194 81 90
Russo 90 74 71
Cox 77 73 96
Lewis 113 t9 116
E. O'Brien.. 87 93 90
Welch 88 91 90
Kenyon. . . SI K w
M. O'Brien.. 83 M H
Rose 103 10 to
488 (07 460
442 433 4(0
Makes Plunging Record.
BROOKLYN, Mass., Jan. 26 Iloger
Bird, a 230-pound member of the Brook
line High School nwlmmlng tpam, last
night plunged seventh -eight feet tu a
new national scholastic record. He won
tho event easily In a dual meet with
the Harvard freshmen. The previous
record mark was 71 feet 4 Inches by
Arthur Wales, of Brookllhe High
School, at the Princeton University ln
terscholastlc meet last winter.
do right awav finra vou and
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
A, C. Bi BEOIP
IS STILL INCREASING
E. Clyde Shade Secures Fifteen
New Tourament Boosters at
By KIRK C. MILLER.
'Dr. E. Clyde Shade, wlui Is ono of
rjhnlrinan J. Krivst Dulln'a most iw;
live n'sslstanls on tho membership com
mittee of the Atlantic Coat.1 Bowiln
Assnclntlon. has just turned In n list
of fifteen members whor-. ho ccurcd at
Tnkoina X'ark, Tho signing of the sub
urbanites to "orgnnlzcd iowllng" Is
one of tho most premising Indications
of success far tho tournament to be
held hero during the three weeks be-L-lniiinir
Anrll 3. nnd as Tnlioma TnrlC
l a territory not yet o.-rplolted from
ti bowling Hinndppjnt. tho early mew
herahln from that nlnco Is entirely a
surprise to bowlers who -,iro Interested
Sn the tourney.
Howlers of Ixjckport. New York, have
Inquirer! of Secretary Thornur Grant ns
to the "three wa" tournament to be
Iiromoted by Washington bowlers,
r.i nhmnlni. 1ntn tms fnru'nrdetl to-
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l5;.l MrPnnn. of the Knlchts Of
Columbus League, has asked Secretary
Kddlo McKnew for fifty additional but
tons, nnd when these are dlspcsed of
there will be a K. of C. membership
here of 150 persona.
Xcarly half of the desired stock for
tho Washington Howling Tournament
Company has been subscribed, there
now being nearly $3,000 of tho desired
H2.000 disposed ot on the company's
liooke. The finance crmmlttec, which Is
headed bv Holcombe Johnson. Is pro
gressing to the entire satisfaction of the
officials who arc behind the movement
to give the Capital the best tcnpln-dticknln-candlcpln
tournament ever held
In the country, and the remainder of tho
stock Is expected to he closed nut this
The tournament Is to endure r period
of three uceks. and the admission to tho
alleys nlone should cover a larger por
tion of the amount which tho finance
committee Is now trying to secure He
tides this "ource of lncorre. one-quarter
of tho entrance fe of the bowlers who,
ro!l will go to defrav the tournament
expenses, and with these fncti In v.ew
the business and professional men of
Washington are subscribing to the fund
t onccsaloua and advertising will lur
nlsh another asset to the company, nnd
the fact that every aunscrlDer will get
his money back Is unquestioned. Wash
ington's commercial and trade bodies
havo sanctioned tho, A. t B. A. tourna
ment, nnd the men Identified with thoso
organizations are exerting personal cr
forts to make the affair the best In tno
country this year.
In an effort to secure the remaining
17.000 required to close the stock booKs,
the finance committee, made up of Hol
combe G. Johnson, William K. Quae,
I. T. Mornn, nnd Thomas Grant, has
mailed the following letter to fi00 busi
stand on the pipe and cigarette
makin's question in a mighty short
time! Sure as you are a foot
high! The patented process fixes
that and cuts out bite and parch.
Men who have never smoked a
pipe or rolled a cigarette have some
thing mighty fine coming. For
P. A. is the first-hand-pal of every
man who is willing to have it proved
to his satisfaction that here is to
bacco that the man with the ten
derest tongue and throat can smoke
his fill with a relish! Will you
take our word for it?
COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C
ness houses and Individuals of Wash
ington: The Washington Bowling Tourna
ment Company has been organized,
to carry on the second national
bowling tournament of tho Atlantic
Coast Bowling Association.
The tournament commences April
3, continues for about six weeks,
and will bring bowlera from tho en
tire Atlantic coast.
Stock Is for sale at $10 per share,
and wo want you to subscribe liber
ally. A list la attached hereto show
ing amounts already taken of this
stock, of which $12,000 is to bo put
on tho market.
At you know, bowlers are good
patrons and a deslrablo class of vis
itors. It la needless to say that the men
at the head of tho company will
manage It In an economical wav.
New alleys, rent of building and In
cidentals require a considerable out
lav, Much of this, however, will be
refunded, ns 23 per cent of the
entrance fees of tho teams com
peting goes to tho company. A .
fair amount will be realized from
sales of concessions In the building
where the tournament la to bo held
and from admission fees.
Tho admission fees in Boston last
year were $2,000. and tho prospects
for substantial returns here aro
Iseman's All-Stars go to Martlns
burufor the final block of the ten
game series tonight, having a lead
of 91 pins gained through their roll
ing last Friday night at the Grand
Iserrian has a formidable quint and
regardless of the fact that tho last
half of this match will be rolled with
rubber banded pins, the West Vir
ginians will have to bowl well to
overcome, this advantage.
The locals have been practicing
dally with the rubbers and have ob
tained very cood scores, nnd it -would
not be at all surprising to see the
Washlngtonlans bring back tho sil
ver cup which was so kindly donated
by Schmedtle Brothers, of this city, to
the Capital. Tho line-up of the teams
are as follows:
Martlnsburg: Dunn, Edmonds. Cas
key, Houseworth, Slier, captain, Far
Washington: Halley, Tseman cap
tain; Bontz, Goddard, Mlrhaud.
Immediately following the duckpln
match, which will be rolled on the
Palace alleys, a banquet will be serv
ed In Wood-He's cafe, and all the
bowlers and visiting rooters will be
How Big Fellows Are
Under Tape Measure
Here are the measurements of Jesq
'Wlllard. champion and Frank Moran.
who are slated for a no-declslon
fight In New York;
G ft. 6 in Height S ft. 1 In.
17 Inches Neck 17V4 Inches
4tt inches iChest 44 Inches
(7 Inches Chest 47 Inches
7S inches Reach 78 Inches
15 Inches Bleeps IS Inches
15 Inches Forearm 13 Inches
i Inches, Wrist Hi Inches
1:7 Inches Waist 35 Inches
2i Inches Thigh 22 Inches
17 inches Calf 15H Inches
10 Inches Ankle t Inches
tongue and throat
Washington Herald League Jon?
sons vs. Bewlcke,
Masonic League St. John's vs. Pen
talpha; M. M. Parker vs. Nationals.
Knights of Columbus League Green
Box vs. Indians,
District v League Contenders vs.
Bureau League Custodians of
Presses vs. Electricians.
Southeast League Anacostla Regu
lars vs. Ncsllne Stars.
Northeast League Raccar Club vs.
Navy Yard League Torpedoes vs.
Georgetown Commercial League
Georgetown A. C. vs. Washington
Mti Pleasant League Parks vs.
Capital City League National Laun
dry vs. Charles Hotel,
Nautical League Capitol vs. Poto
Agriculture Interbureau League
Plant Industry vs. Chemistry.
Red Men's League Logans vs.
Marine Corps League Polllc vs. Isa
bella. Phi Mu Sigma League rhl vs. Epsl
lon. Washington City Tcnpln League
Agriculture vs. Interior.
Carlyles Beaten for
First Time This Year
Noel House basketball fans who had
come to believe tho Carlyles Invinclblo
are forced to accept a 24-to-16 defent for
their favorites at the hands of tho
American team today. The Carlyles de
feated the Royals bv 15 to 4 In tho llrst
engagement, but trailed In defeat in the
second battle. It was tho first win of
the season for the Americans.
In the third game of the evening tho
Nationals came back and handed the
Royals a 12-to-10 licking after some spir
ited floor work.
Welsh Declines Bout.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 26. fhamnlnn
Freddie Welsh lost the chance to prove
he was Young Jack O'Brien's master
In the game of fisticuffs when ho re
fused to post his forfeit of $250 for
weight and anDearance with Match
maker Pop O'lBrlen. and Henry Hauber
nas accepted me Norristorrn date with
Young O'Brien for fifteen rounds on
eDruary 8, at the Palace Club.
To Resume Ring Game.
CLEVELAND. Jan. 26. The boxing
game Is expected to be resumed here
February 8, when Johnny Kllbane will
probably meet Ritchie Mitchell, of Mil
waukee, or Joe Rivers for ten rounds.
B. & O. Wins.
Baltimore nnd Ohio won a victory
over Chesapeake nnd Ohio In the Ter
minal Railroad V. M. C. A. Basketball
League laat night. 24 to 21. Smith,
Platx and Heap played well together for
tho winning team.
MT. TODAY. 23c to $1.00.
'William Elliott presents a play that has set
all Wublnctoo talking.
By Marian Crlghton and William Elliott.
An appeal for the pursuit of oeace and
happiness under the leadership of love and
reason. Evening Star.
NKXT WEEK SEATS NOW
A New Virile Play of Strong Human Inter
est. First Time on Any Stage.
Emily Ann Wellman and RockcllfTe Fellowea.
TWO .SPECII, MATI.N'F.KS,
Tuesday, February 1, at 4.
Friday. February 4, nt 4
Eight Centuries of Sonsr.
Seats No tv on Snle nt not Office.
Direction oj (nth. . liammnn.
MATS. Dalty Except Mondaa, t5c
"THE WW thpe LAND"
WITH A. I! VAN JIUREN.
Next Week "TIIK DUMMY."
JOB IILltTIG I'ESETS
JLgJWyk SMII.IXQ BEAUTIES
Cnntlnuoua 10t30 A. M. to 11 V. M.
Mon., Tuea., AVed., Jan. '24, 2.S, 26,
Thun... Frl Sat., Duatln Fnrnum In
'THE CALL OF THE CIIMnEKLANDS
Morning;, Afternoon, 10, 15c. Nlriit, 10, IS, iic
Mil LFR'? BEISCO THEATER; Phone
miLbCn M M:Ji Up-to-tne-Mlnut
Dannea. Saturday evenlnc class now forming
PROF. WYNDHAM, jSJfj. w'
All danees. Class. 60c. Private any hour.
GLOVER'S, 613 22nd, class and dances Tims.,
Thurs., Bat., 60c; ladles free, private li
sons aV)c; all dances taught, latest method;
fine ballroom for rent. 65. Ph. W. lltt.
INlV-inUUrta Maln 7606, AU socLty
oancas dally 10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Class
dances Tuea. te Frl., Gent's, 60c. ladles tree.
MB. AND MRB HARTLEY, formerly m7s3
COULTER. 13:6 10th at N. W . all dancing
taught, private lessons, 75c. Phone N. 21it.
MRS. .COUB, 100 EYE ST N W
Phone Main 2S4Z. Lessons in day or enlnf.
Assembly Dancea Every Monday Evening.
ATTRACTED TO IM
Kreuter-Wallace 600-Polnt .Sto
ries at Grand Central Palace
Is Big Attraction.
Announcement yesterday that LouU
Kreuter and Walter Wallace havfj
been signed by Morris Cafrltz to plaK
a series amounting to 600 points At
the Grand Central Palace billiard?
rooms 'beginning tonight and cort-t
tinulng until Friday night, created,
a sensation among the 'knights or
the green table. TT.
Two more popular pocket billiard
exponents are not known to Wash
ington's patrons of the games and
expressions wero heard on all slaeM'
today to the effect that the match
will draw Interest from points eve
outside of Washington.
Two hundred points are to bo playe.1
each night, beginning tonight, and tlto
winner will bo declared Friday night.
Morris Cafrltis has nrcparcd accommn
dations for a caruclty house. The l..
hies thai are not used for the match
will bo set aside nnil seats which will
ppivnit an unhampered view of tho
match are erected ttrcund tho malnala
Triple Tie Recorded
For Frat Basketers
A triple tlo exists In tho Fraternity
Basketball League today. Gumma,
Alpha, of Maryland, and Pi heading the
circuit. Chi handed Gamma a tcatlns
to the tune of 19 to 4 last night.
In the second game. Alpha, of Mary-
land, hung up a 50-to-9 score on the PI
.second team. Wltherow and Hlgglns.
of the Marylanders, played the best
game of the evening.
COHAN AND IIAURIS Fresent
It Pays to Advertise
Kept New York Lauchlng One Solid Year.
Will show a new J10.000 wardrobe next'
Monday night at the first performance
of his musical success,
Immediate Care of the Wounded at French
FltENCII FLOTILLA BENEFIT.
"Mat. Tvirillrn. Wvm.n
Artists Participating In Benefit at
Metropolitan Opera House.
Ttcketa, Wc to :.M. T. Arthur Smith, 1504 Q.
The Matcbleis Lleder
COENRAAU V. BOS at the Tlano.
TICKETS, 1100, H.BO, 51.00, 75c.
T. ARTHUR SMITH. 1306 G St,
SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCEUT.
Socletr of N. Y.
JOSEF STRANSKV, Coaioctor.
Soloist HAROLD BAUER Plnnlat.
B. F. KEITH'S
Mats. the. Eve., 2Sc to 61.00.
"CROWDED WITH GOOD
"THE FOREST FIRE"
6 Scenes 2 Tableaua 30 Actora.
Jamea & Bonnie Thornton. Fred V, Bow
ers' "Scenic Song Revue." Seven Other
NEXT firi CIV JnUIC SEATS
I WEElJ:,i,'," "a SELLING
A New Version,
I NEXT WEEK THE CHRISTIAN
All Srnta -oe. uu' now,
LECTURES ON THE SEnMON ON TUB
BY PROF. ISMAIt J. PERIT7-, Ph. D.,
Of Syracuse University.
Wednesday, Jan. :6 Its Essential Teachings.
Thursday Jan. 27 The Sources of Its Teach
ings. Friday, Jan. 2S The Authority of he Teach
ings of Christ.
EACH AFTERNOON AT 3 10 O'CLOCK.
These lectures are open to the public. AJ
For continuous trip take Ten!eytown-Somer
eet car, transfer at Macomb street and fctt
off at the university grounds.
Roller Skating coliseum
Psnna. Ave. at Ninth at. N. Vf.
Dally, 10:30 to 12.30-2:30 to 67:30 to 10:36.
America's Largest and Finest Skating Arena
THE NOTED ANARCHIST
Arcade Hall. Hh tit. Jk Park Kd. N.W,
On. (me Slodern Dfaina.
BILLIARD COLONY l
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