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Stir Up Interest There. Things ar humming along In great I thapa for the coming tourney of the .UJantlo Coast Bowling Association, to ' tbl(l here, commencing April S. ' Xm the eventful day approaches when the doors of the old Census building, at First and B streets northwest, will be finally thrown open for the big meet. all Indications seem to point to one of the most representative gatherings of Amsrloan bowlers ever brought togeth er In this country. ' Fresh entries are coming In with each mall and favorable comment Is heard on every side. That Washington possesses magnetlo qualities as a tournament center. Is be coming more apparent as listings con tinue to nrrlvo from all sections of the country. The Pacific coast will be rep resented, ns will Maine and other parts of New England. Bowlers, In droves will be here from New York, Philadel phia. Boston, and Baltimore, to take a ' swing at tho maples. Washington defenders of the priio money are going to have their young hand full in preventing a wholesaln pill age 'by the "Foreign Legion." How ever, snorting blood is running high, and the localltos are more than confident that they can check the tide of invas ion. KvArv nllev In the city Is noDUlated to capacity these nights as ambitious perxornigrs, ooin aicuarf aim uinumoci put tfte'flnlshlng touches on their games, and vision for themselves the plaudits of the multitude, when they epp the bir- (takes. ' The boosters' committee of the wash I Ingtqn .Tournament Company will Jour I ne to Baltimore today, with the avow ed intention of bringing back a belt full of scalps in the Way of entries for the coming A. C. B. A. tourney. The com mittee Is composed of W. F. Qude, Thomas. F. Grant, F.rnest Dulln, H. B. Halley, P. B. Fletcher, H. T. Rodler, and George Isemann. Itta -largely through the efforts of this committee that the Capital City Is now ascurcd one of the most successful bowjlng meets ever hefd In the East. It will be the second nation-wide tourney, where recognition Is given to all types of -kibe bowling game, the tens, the rfiicka. and the candles. Other tourna ments have barred all but the giant pins. The Palace team of the National Cap ital lafiuo Is holding a three-ball tour nament today from 12 o'clock until mid night, at the Palace alloys. Proceeds of tho competition will go toward en tering tho team in the big tourney on April 3 Mrs.' Vogelsbergor. champion woman bowleisof the. District, last night drop ped her Utle to Miss BUIIe Williams, when she won the second half of a ten- SanMt match, but failed to overcome Ilea Williams' commanding lead of twenty-ono- pins. The first Aye games, rolled .oft last week, resulted In ttas t score: Miss Williams, 431; Mrs. Vogels I berger, 410. . The score of last night's play Miss Williams 80 99 86 M 50 US Mrs. Vogelsberger..m 73 90 92 S5-431 An Interesting match will bo staged tonight at the National Capital alleys, when tho women's team of those alleys meets' the women's team of the Grand Central Palace alleys. The National uapuui team is com posed of members of the stellar Ingram Memorial Church uunt, headed by Miss Billie Williams, champion woman bowler of the Dlstrlot. Tonight's set will be the first half of a ten-game match between the two teams? The re turn match will bo played off at tho Grand Central alleys, later In the week. MlssVogelsberger, the frecent title holder, will roll with the Grand Central quintet, Tho line-up: National Capital alleys-Miss Quartes, Miss Freeh, Miss Thomas. Miss Green wood, M)ss Williams. Grand Central Palace alleys Mr?. Hirsh's O'Sullivanized Spring Shoe for Men $2.65 Oenalae 9S.se ValHM HIRSH'S SHOBSTORES, 10264028 7th St ,N. W. w'ashlagtaa'a Fastest-Grawlas; Skoel - . BBBBBBBBBBBBT mm- bbbsi.i. m bbbbbbPbbbbbL Bowling Tonight National Cupltal-AC. M. T. vs. Na tlonals. Arcade Mt. Pleasant vs. Bankers; Masonic Lebanon vs. Columbia. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Six vs. Foi.r. City Tenpln Agriculture vs. Interior. Capital City Easterns vs. Jewels. Phi Mu Elgma Epsllon I vs. Delta. Navy Yard Foundry vs. Erection. Northearnm Imperials vs. Gibral tar Athletic Club. Bed Men Sioux vs. Seneca. District Giodrellows s Newcomers. Mt. Pleasant Qvebecs vs. Cllftons. Marine Corps Q'lebccs vs. Olongapo. Knights of Columbus-Columbia vs. Altamonta. Tnterbureau Weather vs States Uela- iliintf. Georgetown commercial ueorgetown Athletic uiun vs. u. ana v. nuppiy., Commercial Maurice Joyce Ensr. Co, vs. Rarber c Ross Departmental Fostofflce vs. Commis sioners. George Isemann. Mrs. Zeb Clark, Miss Alma Sadltx. Miss Rae Servler. Miss Louis Addor, and Mrs. Louis Vogels berger. A hot match Is expected tomorrow night when the champion woman bowl ers of Baltimore, Miss Selby and Miss Hartzell, come to this city for the re turn set of the ten-game series between the two cities. Washington Is repre sented in the contests by two stars of the first degnee, Mrs. George Isemann and Mrs. Louis Vogelsberger. This team took the first five games In a de cisive manner In Baltimore last week. The battle royal will be staged pt the Grand Central palace alleys, over Cen ter Market. As a feature of the evening, Johnny Vaeth will pull a contest with tho "Masked Marvel," Bwampoodle BUI. This Ik expected to be a grueling strug gle, as the fame of the mysterious roller has spread far and wide. 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Ctmela are aold every when in scientifically sealed pck agea, 30 for lOo; or ten pack' agea (200 cigarettes) in glaaainb'paper-covered oar' ton tor 91-00, We atrongly recommend this carton for the homo or office supply or when you travel R. Something, But We Can't Print It - ed, commencing April J. was put under way today. Two oar loads of selected lumber have arrived. Work will now be rushed to completion' with all pos sible expediency, so that the "boards" will be ready In ample time for the big tourney. - Bowling headquarters yesterday re ceived tho 'line-up of the Southeast League, which is putting Vlght teams In the coming tournament. The person nel of the contending quintets will 'be as follows: Southeast Stars William Shipley, An drew Goddard. Joseph Fowler, John RIsler. Samuel Auguste, and Walter A. Cornell. Ncsllnes E. Haynle, J. Davis, Pop wens, E. Miller, A. Langley, Burns Demar. Spuds Clark, Batler, Boyd, Goldberg, Solbach. and Burgess. Midnight Crew Patterson, Werntz, Fryc, Crouch. Frydell, and Thompson. Schlltz Rader. Oehm, Bombreat. Hln ton, Clark, and Beck. Oaklands William DuBusky. James A. Muhlhlll, Ernest Lucas, John Cook, E. H. Miller, and John A. Kane. O. Relchard, SchafTer, P. Hoffman, and G. Carrlgan. Woodmen of the World H. D. Goody. G. B. Relnhardt. Snencer Hlsss. Charles Anderson. Harry O'Neill, and Charles A. Keyes. . Tournament headquarters this morn ing received two more out-of-town en tries for tho. big ahbw. The Crescent team, of Lowell, Mass., entered a five, man team, three doubles teams and six men In the individual competitions. The line-up Is: Five-man team, J. Conneaman, Oscar R. Johnson, Z. J. B. LeBrun. T. J. Kelly. J. F. Donohua, and Walter Jewltt, tnplaln. The mem bers of the quint are pnlred off In dou bles as follows: Je.vitt and Kellv, Conneaman and Johnson, and Dononoo and LeBrun. All have entered the sin gles. The other entry Is A1 Haiti's tenpln team of Plilllt The quint is made up as follows- H. Morgan. A. Harris. A. Baits. II. Hoffman. J. Moonev. captain, and C. Berger. Doubles palrinrs are: Mnoney and Baits. Harris and Hod man, and oMrgan and Berger. The en tire squad will pattlclpnte In the sin gles matches. And the more Camels you smoke the more you'll realize you prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem, w H IafcssfcA fcAav n I sV. mam - lt vggllTfrassiBBIPa'gJgi:,,, J am Cepyrlgfct, 1916, by R. LfCreMberc jt)"Zil --XttMCrA MAW bNs Crosse f Gunboat Smith Stays Ten Rounds With Dillon NEW YORK, MarcUS.-Tack Dillon, of Indianapolis, put another meal ticket In.the camrhor when ho entertained for ton rounds with Gunboat Smith at the Broadway Sporting Club, Brooklyn, last night. Tho Gunner showed to much better advantage than fcr two years or more, for he displayed some semblance of the old punch that once made him a terror among the white hopes. But his new punch and his new Tease of life would probably have availed him little had not the forgiving spirit of Lent subdued the ferocity of the Hoosler. Once In a while In the hent of spec tscular exchanges. Dillon would forget 'himself momentarily, and on .such oc- W 4 . M 4 k. .J. ..MAM ...... .1.4 tlA A...ltt, reminded of the fact through a jolt In the ribs or a swing to the jaw that would send him spinning. Smith succeeded in peeling Dillon's cauliflower ear early In the play, and thereafter paid paltlculor attention to the Intured member. In the llrst and drains; round Dillon really fought, and In both these sessions showed the class of a stako horse compared to a selling plater. Announces Tourney. The Ashevllle Country Club of Ashe- vllle, N. C. announces Its annual spring tournament to take place April U to IB. This tournament will be during the week folowlng the United North and South tournament at Pinehurat. N. C. and many prominent players who wilt take part at Pinehurat are expected to take in the tournament at Aahevllle. A gold medal Is to be given to the winner of the low gross score In the qualifying round and five slxtecns will qualify for beautiful trophies presented by the club. Entries should be addressed to the Secretary of the Country Club, Ashe vllle. N. Fagan First to Drop. WAXAHACHIQ Tex.. March . Pitcher Fagan, from iklahoma City of the Western Association, will be the first victim of Jennings pruning knife. Hughte considers the recruit a better terpslchorean artist than a alabblst. of comparison with N. C. i1 ,. QkMe 'WtO THe dp ittB1vv. Dr. Bull Is Added to x Yale's Football Staff NOW HAVEN, Conn., March 15. Dr. William T. Bull, the famous dropklcker, has been added to the coaching staff for 1918. He developed Otis Guernsey and Harold Pumpelly, jtwo of the best kickers Yale has had In years. John M. Catcs, 1K)6, end on Tom Shev 1ln' team, may be obtained to coach the end candidates. John R. Kllpatrlck and Douglas Bomeliler,- two of the greatest ends ever playing football anywhere. may also te obtained. International League Will Hold a Meeting NEW YORK. March IS. Edward Bar row, president of the International League, announced today that a special meetlnglof thatr-orgarilratlon would be held here on March 20. The chief busi ness, he said, would be the adoption of the new playing schedule. The ques tion of signing Federal League players) who pumped contracts, and the new rule which limits any one plaver'a sal ary to t0 a month, also will be dis cussed. Allen Breaks Record. CHICAGO, March 15. Champion Ben nle Allen, of Kaifsas City, broke the high run record of the present pocket billiard tournament, yesterday with' a spurt of 68. " The performance came In th .tenth Inning of his match with Joe Concan non, of Jersey City, and was enough to round out Allen's "century," else h might have scored much more. Judging from the form he showed. Concannon managed to count 42 points, but Allen previously had a run or 29. Play Extra Period. Mt. Pleasant Congregational and the Gilbert Class, of the Fourth Presbyter Ian, played an extra period in the bas ketball game at the Arcade last night before the former won by 35 to U. The stamp placed over end aeals the package, which keeps out air, thereby pre m serving the quality of the blended tobaccos. By in serting the Angara as illua' trated, tha.atamp eaaily breaks without tearing the itln foil, VAcA folds back into its place. issssssiBi"z5i-ii' VVII rW sKsssL Wt& sWHEllVl sisisssssLBSssa V " I NtVHt THOUGHT Of THAT JVJST tMSSI AM VJTPO. LNVCe ZOOTHYT6' Baltimore Bout Ends In Free Fight for All BALTIMORE. Md.. March 15. Young Herman Miller gave oJe McGurn a sound drubbing In the flfteen-round bout before the American Athletic As sociation last nignt. However, aicuurn got the decision because Miller's man ager, Joe Barrett, jumped Into the ring after he had received a wallop, while talking to Miller, from McGurn. A general scrap ensued In which fighters and backers participated, rne uau fornlan wis outclassed. Carroll to Play. Carroll Instttuto and the All-Collegians will play a game of basketball In the former'a srymnaslum Friday. St. Pat rick's night, which will be followed by dancing. YORKTOWN WITH THE OVAL BUTTON HOLE THE NEW STYLE sN "W USIMI mm0T HMWWA WfTTE FOB BOOKLET OF W STYLES OMTKD SHMT A OOtXAK OO.. TROY. N. Y. AMUSEMENTS Tentsht t:l Mats.Daliy Ex ccpt Monassi 25c The Greatest Play of the Beeson. "ON TRIAL" Revolving; Stas:e Same as New York Production. With A. II.) VAN1 BDBEN 25 50 75 Next Week Shepherd ot the 21111s. GAYETYS Harry Hutlni's Bis Show, With DAN COLEMAN Next Week-STAR AND GARTER 8IIOW LOEWS COLUMBIA Contlnnoan IOiSO A. SI. to 11 P. M. Now Playing- FANNIE WARD "FOR THE'DEFEZVSE" Morns., Arts.. 10c, 15c. Nights. 10c, Uo. Zic Thursday. Friday. Raturday, CONSTANCE COLI.IEn IN THE CODE OF MAItCIA ORET. EMMA GOLDMAN lActures Wednesday Night, .": p. m. on "The Italian and Spanlsk Drsms," Thursday Night, 1.00 D. in "Tit lntcnncdlne Sex." AnCADG IIALIi. 14th and Fark Road. Admission IS Cent DANCING III I FM'S BELASCO THEATER; Phoae mikbCn m, ua. Up-to-the-Ulautt Dances. MISS CHAPPELEAR, HIS QUE BT. N. W. . rilONK NORTH MU. aiorsr's. Ml Und Prlv. lessons, any hr. Mo. Classes Tues., Thurs,. Bat; all rtsnaes taught: ballroom for rent. K Th. W 113. EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK. VA. SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS Special Tours To Famous Hotel Chamberlln Dally Service Modern Steel Steamers City Tlckjet Office, 731 15th St. N, W. (Woodward Building) NORFOLK WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. r. i & I IM THE, J . k Reduced Fares "BY SUA" Baltimore io FLORIDA For sailings of March 17 and 31 $15 v $15 BOSTON AND nKTUItN for All Ballings March 17 Io M Send tor Particulars ' MerduaU & Misers Trass. Co W, F. Tmrat, Q. P A, BalUaasre, Hi. By Goldberg I hi'T KMQU) THje- SeSG" OF TV OH-Vsig "Stp$3Y; vj AMUSEMENTS NATION AIL TONIGHT, 8118. nnilVHSII. MAT. SVTUITOAY HITIVRIt rmniv ... mn a. A Dream of Bweet Melody) A Lur of th VTll AiiunbAfl Ull'fJSL, Will XTCHnt 'PRINCESS TRA-LA-LA' Tb Triumphant New Viennese Operetis. With PHYLUB PARTINGTON And a Notable All-BUr Dippel Cast Week March Z7, Pollyanna. Seats Tomorrow, E LMENDORF TOMOnilOW AT 4 130 NORTHERN ITALY March !. Southern Italy ana Sicily. Prices, Mc. 75c. nd II. NaUMaITleater,ITA!LD- W.d..4Mwarchr. JPJf Trices. :.. fl. $l:S0. tl. 7-c. 00c. I Soprano from the On sale at Droop's. I Mefropolltan Grand 11th and G Opera, New York. Return of Washing- Isn't Favorila lor On Perform snci Only la Her Sneecssfal Costume Itecltal o( Bonara la' Uasllsa KATIOXAIi TnE- ATER, FRIDAY, BlARCn 17, A 130. Prices I 92, MtJfO, 91, 73c, SOc, on sale at Droop's, 13tk and G. GRACE LARUE SEATS NOW SELLING &gBf5 Serge De Diaghileff's BALLET RUSSE Prices, 98.00, 95.00, 93.00, 92.00, 91.50. I Boxes, 930.00. T. ARTHUR SMITH'S, 1306 G St.N.W. Last Concert This Season. PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Leopold StokoTTskl, Condnrtor. sbLOrST Emillo de Gogorza ' The Eminent Rurltonr Tickpts. 12X0. 92. 1.M) ai. 7& mt T. AUTHUH SMITH'S. 1300 O St. BEXASCO-2:00,3:30,7:39,9:00 Orch.. 25c. Bal.. ISt-'Mexsunlnu. 5lti-. MATINKB TODAY FIGHTING. THE ALLIES OK REKMAAY AT VAIl THRILLING DATTLE SCENES. OH, I SAY! I Must Oet'My Seats For NEXT 7f EEK the PASSING SHOW OF 1915 , WaVmest of All. Wtnla. n..rf.n Mll.hl.. GEO. W. MONnOE. EIJOENB AND WILLIH HOWAItD. MAniLTNN MILLEH AND 160 Of THE PnETTIE8T HEAHT- Come For the Opening Night Surprise. Eves. tOo to 12.00. Sat. Mat., DOo to tl.M. ncu., rn.i MtH. i. w. B.F.KEITH'S" Hat.,' 2So Eve,, 3io to $1. Buy Todsy. This Week and Next Sunday. "OUTBURSTS OF LAUGHTERS Star SAM BERNARD ot "All for the Ladles," Etc. Ten Hits. NEXT W1SEK AOH.V BAVES, Etc. Roller Skating gSSK Psnna. Ave. at Ninth sL N. VT, Dally, te:is to ll.so-3:io to t--I:j to 1I:J. MASICKD MAHVKL RACES NIOHTLY. BTEjTfBriTBj Taesrlay 4:30 O'Ckck 4 l - V us.