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Demar and Crowley Lead DuckpinBowlers Capital Receives Tennis. Boost- m THE WASHINGTON TBIES. FRIDAY; MARCH 2. 1917. BOWLERS ARE TIED FOR LEADING SET Demar and Crowley Each Ob tain 373, Latter Having Best Singler Game. GARRISONS GET 634 COUNT Baer and Blumenthal Perform Well in Masonic League. Three Roll 144. Demar. of the Rarterys, in the Capi tal City League, and Crowrey, of the Garrisons, In the District circuit, were tied for honors on the bovvliny allevs last night, each having- a fl f 373. Oowleys high game, 110, was th tot rolled, the next mark to this being 146 by J. Baltz. of Osiris, In the Masonic League. Three bowlers fell two pins shy of equaling Baltz's score, Demtr, Reich ard, of the District League Contend ers, and Relff, of the Garrisons, In the same circuit, each having a string of 114. Get Game of KM. Harrisons rolled one of the largest team scores of the season when Ihey hooked up with the Contenders. They totaled 631 in their second game and it was the only one they won. Medi cre rolling prevailed in the other two. Crowley and Itei were mostly responsible for the big count, Crowley contributing his 119 at this stage of the match and Relit his lit Jloe Baer, anchor man of the George C. Whiting quint, in the Ma rn'nle League, and Blumenthal, lead IT for Osiris, were excellent perform rs. Baer obtained a set of SCO and I'.lumenthal one of 332. Both rank among the leading bowlers of the league. Loses Opportunity. Thl 3Iu Sigma, struggling with the Gandils for the leadership of the Ar cade League, won two out of three from the Arcadians and lost a chance to gain decisively on their rivals when the Arcadians , grabbed the Vnal, utter an exciting contest, 550 to 543. Another excellent match Is sched uled in the District League tonight, the Continentals and Westons clash ing at the Royal. LAST NIGHTS SCORES. MASONIC LEAGUE. It M Parker. . Lebanon. Upp . - t e l ' Leckle 100 109 M James .... 101 . Brown 100 M IM Huhn.. T 1 tl Dornhtlm... SO .SO SO Wood 1 110 Haaa . so 14 100 Beach It! K K HaSe 113 3 S ToUls. ... 4S 4S0 IX Touts 44! 443 433 Osiris I Geo C. Whltlnr. Blum'tlial 107 114 in 1 Milt BW... 134 K M Helmer. ... M M K Schofleld. .. 103 94 113 Cornelius . 11. M1C9 Hovell IOC 113 Si K. Italta 113 115 101 Haneke.?.... 7 10J J Baltz 93 91 1(4 Moe Baer... 134 107 139 Touts - SWSISIU Touts-... 6S4 641 K0 B. B French. Penulpha. LnTjaaon .. 83 79 SS Onyun.. S3 S3 94 Gloaberc..- H SJ n Hill K7 99 113 Etcele. .. 74 O M Dyer 3 103 135 Nell . tl M 94 McLean 79 110 103 Archer. ... 94 79 110 Ewers 1C3 100 97 Touts . 43 ISO 451 Touts. ... 441 4S4 131 NAVY TARD LEAGUE. Radio SbOD . . Erecting- Shop. Brown .. M 131 111 Hansford. . 7( SI 91 Knodcrass. 94 80 S3 1 Glorannetti S3 S SO KIM. . SO S3M11 Gore .. K 7S 91 lefTrie's. .. 91 SS 101 UJUIH)'.... 91 100 SO Cllrtln IM 105 91 Kennedy.... t7 SI M ToUls 4(3 400 (IS Totals . .. 443 C 44S INTERBL'REAU LEAGUE, riemlstn Forest Service McGeoixe S3 94 94 McPhilomy. .. 97 96 Hansler. ... 95 94 107 Cohen 98 .. 94 Merrill . . 13 SI . Strautrhn .. HI 135 98 Helphena'e 84 SS 81 Ennls m S5 108 Black 99 107 S3 Hilton .. M SS 101 LIndstrom.. 104 130 S3 ToUls 63 601 4S9 ' Totsls . .. 476 485 455 COLUMBIA LEAGUE Joe and Frank. Mulroe 98 91 90 McHenrey 94 97 98 Murdock . 90 89 so DuBurky 106 103 108 WolU'holm 110 96 S3 Breen Clark ... . Welch .. .. Olhum . .. Whltacre .. 98 K 94 96 93 93 93 91 98 S9 79 95 94 88 85 Touts .488 47(485' ToUls 470 438 465 BUR ENG. & PTO LEAGUE. Etectriclsns. Nationals. Jtennle S3 95 93 1 Williams S4 84 73 Kckloff SS S3 85 ' Klnsfather- si Mohler KI 109 116 Braider S3 96 93 Williams S3 97 90 Plait . . 96 113 S4 Costello 76 95 93Bod 103 103 99 Totals 437 478 477 Totsls 4S 4S4 413 Machinists Klrkley SS 90 Dalley. 106 84 117 Duffy . 71 74 78 O'Leary 91 S7 110 Miller ss 103 99 Surface. Clerhman 95 90 97 91 98 SI Duntan Leieer Folev Kessler 91 SS 79 78 SI 87 13 113 93 ToUls 475 456- 437' Totsls . 446 43S 603 RECLAMATION LEAGUE Pur. ac Fun. Corooilsshraert. Thomas . .. 86 104 9t Clark . . 90 S3 91 Carr .. 5 108 118 Alexander . 95 91 98 Parklnsan. . lis 101 11 Insets. ... SS 81 106 Touts... 3712951031 ToUls .. TERMINAL LEAGUE. 398 271395 Disbursements Southern Oowley .. 93 93 9: Strelter . 97 121 in; Maxwell . 74 S3 77 DII1I .. S5 87 96 Dummv . S5 S3 S3 llarmrlck... 87 94 0 Ihmtr.n 17 110 Stanley 93 97 108 Grimes . . 98 9 96 Cace 93 100 SS ToUls.. 457 463 4(3 ToUls 434 493 479 N Y Life ! Benedicts Metxner . 100 92 SS Welcher .. 79 S5 SI TSIdseway S6 M too Keenan .. 91 91 75 C Tuekton. ST 87 111 Nolan . 107 98 96 K. Tuekton. 116 S7 90 Keenan 79 ft 113 Price . . $5 78 97 Alconte .... S8 93 81 ToUls .... 474 430 486 ToUla . . 414 463 418 ARCADE LEAGUE Phi Mu Slams. ) Arcadians Ortr . 1C6 1 94 Murrill Nnack .. 97 99 130 Zuber.. .. Ijiwrenpon 97 1(0 107Toms. S4 11 97 "M 91 113 94 113 104 104 1-3 91 95 106 M'CTam'dr. 103 III 101! Clark Moron 108 139 HJl Simmons Touts 617 553 641' Totals 489 482 650 DISTRICT LEAGUE Contenders I Garrisons Nets 104 123 112 Burtner . 111 131 92 P Clark s inr, ioi item 97 114 91 Klnc . .. 114 105 94 Seltzer . 104 SS if Crowley 135 SjT 615 ToUls. S3 141 tr J forth Refrhard . Clark 94 103 S7 91 115 91 111 119 111 Touts (13 634 481 DEPARTMENTAL LEAGUE. Tjnd F.ian. 103 93 Potter 103 10S 111 Rjrne Ill 99 ID Mikexell.... 100 9 91 Prrkerson... S3 10G 91 FoIr . . . 114 '5 Wat-on . 11 W 'u - 5 'SIS muter " ltf icCormlck 106 TO 107 ToUls .... IC9 504 4jJ Totals . .. 533 45J S NATIONAL CAPITAL LEAGUE. Palace. 1 Grand Central. Wood 106 in U Cl.sror.as - 1 Williams.... 107 13J 95 Actoii " Georse...... 97 103 S8, Dummy .... J" Armlger..... 109 115 10:1 Mhe ... J 1JJ " Watson IM 93 103 Vaeth Jz. Totals 533 553 50:1 ToUls .... 7I 473 479 SOUTHEAST LEAGUE. Mohawks. I Model ""lcn- Burns X S H'VH Catlshan McCab 76 M 90 Harllle Douaherty.. SS S7 78 Milter . Dulln 9cS 103 KW CarrlRan Crane US 98 7 Slmnia . M M 101 . 107 95 10t S9 . .. ,. .. Sl 101 103 103 .. 103 113 91 Cornell Touts. .. 4(6 477 4M' Totals 49S 4S3 : I. O. O F, LEAGUE. aoiiu. Cummlnca.. SS 101 10: Harmony. w Stuart. 37 M 9 Mooney S: S5 SS Dspe -II Slwart. Htison .. 91 105 10S 110 93 97 93 119 S3 SI 91 SS Wells 95 10" 105 Windsor.... SS SS 93 Ellett SS S7 100 0. Stuart. - Totals 450 J 4Sll Totals .... 475 50. 463 BRUNSWICK LEAGUE- McHueh's. ...ki..i IhBflnlr McCarty.... W 110 91 Drr 99 110 96 R.Mv Sfi ST SI Mulr S3 101 93 Fnlev 91 S3 St ? " H yrr. " I? Carroll 97 97 IM Key.::::::::m7i Morton SS 99 91 Touts 478 603 4771 ToUls 4 . v CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE. Bureau. Hetmerlch.. 93 113 104 Tl ft err. Temar. .. 1 " ' Fits., 100 133 107 Si 103 S3 lit 17 115 lilt 91 111 Work.... Lakln.... Slunk .. Ctoddard.. .13 97 100 , 9 119 97 . 91 114 113 lit 9S 103 Land HolloraS .. O'Nelle..... Totals..... 47 63S M ToUls 67J j4t wi WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL LEAGUE. Rice 94 7 91 McNsmara. 114 SO 94 Hall 93 105; Gooding. .. SJ 111 .9 Talbott . S3 97 106 Hooter $1 S3 93 Steuart 79 104 911 HunUbury.. 10S 106 Sl ToUls .... 353 370 735 No. 2. Touts. ... JS7 3S0 353 No. 4. . Shore M 100 89 Patterson... 10 S3 96 Schmld.. .. 73 SS 73 Anthony.... 79 110 McCarthy., loo 84 S4 1 Iiummy.... .3 S3 73 Linton S3 S3 s 9 Dummy 15 1! Delta Ill 94 89 , Fenton .t. ToUls.... 4"43l4li! ToUls 418 47143 POSTOFFICE LEAGUE Reels try. lllv Bass S5 S3 78 TtAhhlnH 91 94 71 Warren ss 94 S8 Roberts 107 S4 14 Brown. .. Si S3 $9 Black ... 78 S3 SI Becker 91 97 111 Miller .. SS 90 91 Garnett ... HO 109 9 Bums u S5 Jf3 ToUls 470 470 445 1 Totals 449 441 ill NAUTICAL LEAGUE. rr nf rilan TT rYlt tl.l. 'Vatif Dwjer 104 SS 87 Cohen 96 SS 79 Jan la S3 90 94 McMullln. . 93 SS 93 Dummy .. so SO so Richards... SS 111 95 Serton 3 i IIahi M SS iC Malte'. 109 100 96 Murphy.. 103 in : Touts .. . 607 473 413 Eastern Power. Rlres . .. S3 SS 90 Brawn 94 ltB S7 ToUls... 4 455 410 Potomac Boat. K. Ashford. 104 lit M w. Ashford. 1:1 st 93 Miles 103 S5 91 1 Bryan. ... sj so 101 Gamble .. KJ si 111 caael 94 SS Scrivener... 118 89 17 1 Abbott SO SO 94 ToUls.. .. 485 453 458 ToUls 473 4 4S5 K. C. DUCKPIN LEAGUE. Genoa. 1 Salvador. Bets .. 100 10S 116 ! McDonouah 1S1 101 107 Brand.. .. Ill IM 83 1 Pslro 84 130 87 Burns 10; 91 91 i Donohue .. 90 87 SO Kane "... 97 103 98 Fllkln SO SO SO M'Lausl'n.. 105 SS 138 Mersbaush.. liy 87 Touts. . . 513 417 51 Totals .. 458 510 443 Trinidad. Balboa Cnn'naWn . 93 91 95 1 Howard ... 97 IM 110 Howard . . 103 SS M Donnhoe s: S7 Horen 79 S3 IIS I McKee .. . 35 88 84 Lansdale... 93 101 94 1 Lsfey IT, 106 IM Draley 100 S7 96 JMcNIckle... 116 105 86 Totals ... 473 450 489' "Totals 433 513 47S MIDNIGHT LEAGUE. ratace. Murads. Atlas ....... SS $7 K Green . HI 81 S3 Baum 101 1C3 1C6 Schneinh't 107 110 104 Goldberx .. 96 IK 98 Gallaber 91 97 93 Touts 3S9 393 390 ! ToUls .. . 309 388 379 GRAND CENTRALS WIN Trim National Capitals in Wom en's Bowling Match., Grand Central women took the measure of fhe National Capital wom en in a duckpin match at the Grant Central, winning with a total of 1,309 to 1.331 for three Barnes Miss Drew, of the Urand Centrals. was the best performer. She had a set of 298, and a high game of 112 Miss Addor. of the National Capitals. and Mrs. Deckman. of the Grand Centrals, also rolled well. The scores NATIONAL CAPITALS. Miss Addor ... 9J PI 89 275 Miss Llnqtilst... T4 7:t M 2.12 Miss Freeh !1 Mi t9 2B.1 Miss Greenwood. Jt" 72 hi 210 Miss Thomas 92 h7 1(10 279 Totals 4.1R 411 444 1,2'Jl GRAND CENTRALS. Miss Drew . .. J12 K.1 1(11 M 91 2!1S 77 23.1 74 2S4 90 231 103 273 Mrs. Coster Mrs. Isemann.. 711 i Rl Mrs. Clark Mrs. Deckman.. TPtals 409 403 4351.309 "A Show For the Ladies MAY SEND WINNER TO TENNIS EVENT Selection of This City by N. L T. A. Means. Big Things . for Game. By action of the delegates at the an nual meeting of the United States National Lav.n Tennis Association, held recently in New Tork. Washington was designated as a tennis center. This means that Washington will have an Im- portanat part In the natlon-velde cam paign undertaken by the national as sociation to further the development of joung tennis ptajers. and may send a representative to the big event this summer. At the annual meetlnr of 191S the association made a beginning when It authorized a series of preliminary and sectional tournaments for Juniors and bojs, .culminating in tournaments for tne national championship of each class. Youngsters Encouraged. The national events were held at Forest Hills during the natlonaal cham pionship, the Idea being that the young sters would thus have a fine chance to see the best players In the country' In action and pick up many valuable point ers as to style of play, tactics onMhe court, etc The result exceeded the expectations of those vi ho fathered the Idea, for more than ninety events for youngsters were sanctioned, with more than 1,700 boss and juniors competing. This was such a cordial Indorsement that plans were Immediately undertaken to broaden uie scope of competition this season. Beginners Compete. By Its action at the annual meeting the United States National Lawn Ten nis Association adopts a policy which no governing body In the field of sport has surpassed in making comnelltlon for beginners, culminating In national Ichamplonshlps, available for boys all over tne country. Any club, college or park association affiliated with the national .body can give and Is urged forgive a tourna ment under official sanction of the U. S. N. L. T. A. Winners of these events thereby become eligible to compete In tournaments to be held in more than fifty cities throughout the United States, designated as tennis centers. Winners Eligible. The winners of these tennis center tournaments are thus made eligible to compete for the national boys' cham pionship or the national Junior cham pionship in tournaments that will be held at Forest Hills. L. I., during the week of the national singles champion ship, which begins August 3a A player may enter as many prelim inary etents as he chooses, but he may compete In only qne tennis center tour nament The age limit for boys Is six teen j ears and for juniors nineteen lears. a reduction in each case of one year from the requirements set last season. The ruling of the association is that a player Is eligible whd does not reach his nineteenth or sixteenth birth day, as the case may be, on or before October 1 In the year of competition. MEETING TONIGHT, A meeting of the Capital City Ama teur Baseball League will be held at 421 Ninth street tonight at 8 o'clock President John J Ernst, organizer of the league, requests all managera of representatives to attend. Don't Experiment It Often Leads to You Will Nevr Be Cured by Local Treatment With Sprays and Douches. 'Catarrh is a condition of the blood and cannot be cured by local applica tions of spras and douches; this has been proen by the thousands vtho hae alnty resorted to this method of treat ment. Catarrh should not be netlected or experimented nuh. The vtroag treat ment is alu.tblc time Inst, during which the disease Is getting a firmer hold upon Its icllm, and making it more difficult for even the proper treatment to accom plish result Though Catarrh makes Its first ap GAYETY JAMES E. COOPER PRESENTS Burlesque's Funniest Dialect Comedian The Sam Bernard of Burlesque SOLLY WARD AND ROSELAND GIRLS A Show of Fun, Music and Refinement EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION THE BIG FOUR SPECIAL: 3 SHOWS MARCH 3rd DARCY-DILLOH GO NOT YET CERTAIN McCoy's Lawyer Stirs Things Up Regarding Fighter's Contract. i NEW YORK, March 2. The Les Darcy-Jack Dillon tangle, over which New York has lost its fistic head, again vaulted into thin atmosphere today, and the world's. greatest city stands the horrible chance of not see ing these two gladltors come to gether in more or less mortal combat. Al McCoy's, heavy-voiced lawyer says he's going to get an Injunction and expects to serve it on Grant IDigh Brown Monday night, full-dress suit and all. ' The legal light declares Al must be treated rlghL Right to him means a bout with Les Darcy. The boxing commission Is rumored to have hand ed down an edict that Brown must give McCoy the bout promised, or there will be trouble. WHERE THEY ROLL. District Continental -va. Weston's, at Royal. Nctional Capital G: P. O. vs. lngle- sldes, at lalace. Departmental commerce ys. com missioners, at Palace. rostofflce Pot.tmiltersj s Postal Savings, ii t-ai.uloc. Masonic Harmony va. uirain; t-o- tomac vs. Federal, nt Royal. Agriculture Jnterbur,:m Markets vs. Forest Service, at Cnslno. Nary Yard East vs. B. M at 'Capi tol Hill. , BankeVs Second vs. liank of Wash ington, -t Casino Georgetown Commercial Morning Glories vs. C. & C. Supply Compcny, at Georgetown. Bureau of Printing and engraving Electricians vs. C'utudians, at Italh jkeller. Southeast Steel Plant va. Sanitary Grocery, at SoutheasL Capital City Buc-coy Specials vs. Easterns, at Rathskeller. Interstate Docketa vs. Mails and Files, at Arcade. Knights of Columbus La Salle vs Marquette: Columbia vs. Ovando, at National Capital. ML Pleasant Princetons vs. Parks at Arcade. Arcade Bristol vs. Washington Aallway A. A., at Arcade. Columbia Rosedales vs. Trainmen, at Columbia. Fourteenth Street Army and Navy vs. Owls, at Speedways. Bureau of Standards Midgets vs. Crackerjacks. at' Arcade. Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. Shop vs. Pennsylvania, at Termnlal R. R. T. M.X;. A Central Metropolitans vs. Colum bia, at National Capital. Anacostla Anacostia va. Fat Men. at Anacostla. Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Contract vs. Construction: Engineer vs. Cashiers: Auditors vs. Interdepart mental, ar Grand Central. Capitol Hill Bryan's Lunch vs. Southland, at Capitol Hill 1 CALDWELL ON WAY. MACON. Ga.. March 2. Ray Cald well Is headed for Macon and the New York Yankees, according to re ports reaching here today. The slim star will be greeted effusively If Bill Donovan knows anything about !L but Cap Huston says It makes no difference to him whether Caldwell stays in Panama or goes to China. with Catarrh; Dread Consumption pearance In the nostrils, throat and air passages, the disease becomes more and' more aggravated and finally reaches down Into the lungs, and every one recognizes the alarming condition that results when the lungs are affected. Thus Catarrh may be the forerunner of that most dreaded and hopeless of all diseases, consumption. No local treatment affords permanent relief. Experience has taught that S. S. S is the one remedy which attacks the disease at l. sourc. the blood, and produces satisfactory results In even the worst cases I'atarrlv-sufferers are urg ed to glveS S S. a thorough trial Itis sold In- all drucclt. You are Invited to write to the medical department for expert advice as to how to treat your on case. Aaaress sniri npecinc v;o., 31 Swirt Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga. Advt All This Week THE MINOR LEAGUERS TO BE RETAINED Many Good Players Picked Up Last Season by Big Leagues. Favor Young Men. NEW TORK, March 2. If minor league reputations amount to any thing probably thirty young players will be retained by the major league clubs this year. The big 'league managers during the past two years have shown a atrong fancy for young blood material with the result that when the championship season begins on April 11 more than 100 players, who were practically unknown In 1015 will be In harness. The National League developed more youngsters last year than the American League, although President Johnson's circuit was nt far bahlnd in this respect. Connie Mack, of the Athletics, unearthed some capable youngsters. Including Shortstop Witt; Outfielder Thrasher, Second Baseman Grover, Catchers Meyer. Hally and Piclnlch, and Pitthera Elmer Meyers and Johnson. i riek Up Good Hen. Tbe best recruits dug up by the White Sox were Pitchers Claude Wll-jer, with Penn an outsider. Hams and Dan forth. Catcher Lynn,! Kinney, of Ya)e. recently estab- Shortstop Terry and Flrat Baseman Ness. Chick Shorten was the most valuable addition to the ReiSox. The.! wasningtons secured Rice, a hard 'mourn in me .luesaay meeting, hitting outfielder, also Jamleson.l The standing of the league follows: Judge, Sawyer, Gharrlty. and DumonL I L,ee -oni, leader of the Clevelands, vciuyeu oiuie iuvciesKie, Dagoee, tsvans, iamoetn. uouta, and Daly pitchers. Ehmke was the Tigers' only find. The Pirates uncovered a goodly nurabu of new mm In Pitchers' Mil ler, Grimes, Jacobs, and Evans: Catch ers Schmidt and Bill Wagner; In- fielder Warner, and outfielder Big- bee. The Cubs picked up Pitchers I Packard, Prendereast, Carter and Perry: Catcher Elliott. Shortatop Wortman, Third basemen Hunter and Pechous, and Outfielder Flack. The Rraves" newcomers Were Outfield ers Edgar Collins and Wllhoit. The Cardinals made a star out of J.nflelder Hornsby. and also develop-! LISTEN fo Reason! AMERICA is facing a leather famine. Prices for shoes rhigh as they are right now will advance tremendously in the jiear future. Nothing can stop it for leather can scarcely be bought at ANY price. Thanks to our foresight and courage, and backed by our tremendous resources, we con tracted over a year ago for eleven million dollars' worth for our 257 stores throughout the United States. As a result, we are able to offer for a limited time Shoes worth S.50 $3.50, for - - dm Shoes worth $4.00, for . . Shoes worth $5.50, for . . You see what you can won't be long before they Take our advice and buy can. HAT!? We do not operate our stores under HU I ""any other name than The NEWARK Newark Shoe Stores Co. WASHINGTON STORgS 1112 Seventh St. I 506 Ninth St. Between L and M Streets Open Meats 913 Pennsylvania Avenue Between 9th snd 10th Streets . Open Satnrdar Klshts When ordering; br Mail Inrlade 10oraree! Post Charges. "257 Stores Cepyiipkt 1517 by The ed Outfielder Jack Smith, together with Pitchers Itea Williams and Mule Watson. Tbe recruits of the Cincinnati Reds were .Catcher Huhn. Shortstop Kopf, Outfielders Neale and Roush. Holke and Kauff were Intro duced by the Giants for the first time, while Jimmy Johnston made good with the Robins and Claude Cooper started his major league ca reer with the Phillies, although ha was a Giant bench warmer In 19IX Yankees Lead. The, Yankees led the American League clubs in showing flrat class youngsters Donovan made capable pitchers out nt Mogrldge and Cullop. who were unsuccessfully tried out by, the White So and Clevelands three years ago. Shocker and Allen Russel also pitched finely, consider ing the strangeness of their surround ings. Catcher Walters established himself as one of the Yankees regular backstop and has an excellent fu ture. Outfielder Elmer Miller and Tim Hendryx also displayed big league quality, while. Love, the tall, southpaw, did well enough to warrant! his retention. YALE IN LEAD Ell BasKeters Appear to Have Col legiate Basketball Title. Yale Is In the lead In the Intercol legiate Basketball League, having re cently swamped Columbia. Princeton la within striking distance o'f the lead- jllahfd a season's , record In caging eleven DasKets irom-ttie floor In the Colum bla, game. Penn defeated Dart- G. W. L. P.C. de-IYale .... 7 .857 jTinceion . .533 BTS .428 .230 .125 Pennsylvania ... 8 Dartmouth 7 Columbia ........ 8 Cornell ,... 8 HOLD FIRST PRACTICE. HOT SPRINGS. Ark.T March 2. New and old Brooklyn National Leaguers went through their first practice here today under the direc tion of Jack Coombs, acting man ager. All members of the team will be here in a 'few days, with tbe ex ception of Jake. Daubert, who has been granted a week's leave. save by buying NOW. It are TWICE these prices. two or three pairs if you Between E and P Streets Open Meats Stares Open Nlarhta t Accommodate Oar Cms tomero. In 97 Cities" .Vetdrk Shot Stares Co. .aSBTBBBBBaff aSBBBBB SBSBBBa CBBBBBb7 SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk. BSsbbbT sbbVLR SsV4fSBs VSBk.tsBBt 1 -. BOWLERS TO MEET SUNDAY, MARCH 18 Will Settle Tournament erup tions Endurance Event At tracts Interest. Another meeting of the District Duckpin Association Is scheduled for Sunday after next, March 19, 'to be held at the Palace alleys. Officers were elected and dates set 'for the an nual tournament to be held next month at the. last gathering, but much business connected with the event las left tiver." President George Ise mann, got on the Job early, followlsg his election and has many matters to put before 'the association, EndnraaeeStnat Iaterrsts. Speaking of Isemann. that young felldw's contemplated stunt of rolling- duckpins for twenty-four consecutive hours, which he expects to attempt the Sunday following Inauguration, haa created considerable Interest among local bowlers. Isemann has received a challenge from Harry Armlger, manager -of the Palace alleys and a veteran of many years, to an endurance contest. Armlger proposes to roll with Ise mann and make It "a regular match. May Held TearoasacaU Several other bowlers are under stood to be- interested enough la the affair-to ccunpete and It Is not Improb able that It will develop into an open endurance tournament. A number of such events are held annually In other cltKs, but not on exactly the same plan. The winners are decided according, to the number of games they roU In a, specified time, o rare de termined by their averages. s SCHAEFER'S NINE WINS. MARLIN, Tex March 2. Germany Scbaefer, with one victory over John McGraw to crow about, planned to repeat today. Working as a. pitcher, he sent his team past the 'McGraw' nine In a hard-fought game, durlnj which Benny Kauff got a bit. fr sbBBbV VBM fsVBsY I ' ssV mH & ' YvlsksssA If asssH sKI iiii ii Aw Ml BSBBBsl tttPWl laV ' v H 4 , st"?' 1:45 5:00 and 8:15 P.M., . , L".