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Bowling in Full Swing
UY WHIT WHITMAN.
The bowlers have had their honda
full the past week and many Interest
Inn cornea have been played at the
iforest Hill alloys. The women bowl?
ers have taken great interest In tho
game, and a great many of them are
developing fuBt Into good bowlers. The
alleys have been well patronized the
past week with the fair sex and aomo
exoellont scorea havo been made by
them. Manager Whitman haa offered,
to give a handsome engraved gold
medal each week to tho lady who
makes the hlghoat acoro In ten plna.
This has created great Interest, and a
Iflif lmpf-ovomont haa already boon
made In the acoreB, and at the present
time It la hard to say who will coroo
out vlotorious, aa a great many of
them are running neck and neck.
Petersburg Blakea Fine BhovrtnS. I
One of tho most Interesting matches
played hero for many moons was play?
ed Thursday night at the Forost 11111
alloys, when tho strong Petersburg
team camo over for a series with
Whitman's Forest Hill Stars. And It
was seen from the start that the teams
Were very evenly matched and a hard
fight was on from start to Unlsh. The
local boys camo out victorious by win?
ning two out of three games. The
Petersburg boys, however, seemed to
be equal to tho occasion, and fought
the locals to a tie gama In the second
Dior Gnlery Is Present.
One of the largest crowds ever as?
sembled at the alloys were present
and continued to root for the visitors.
The Petersburg boys showed their
true loyal spirit, and initda a big hit
with tho women from the Htart, uh it
was plainly soen that tho visitors were
tho favorites. A large crowd earns
over from Petersburg with the team
and the rooting was Intense. Thoi
atrange alley and tho lights had a lot
to do with tho visitors, und this seem?
ed to keep them from making their
regular scores, but, however, they
mu.de a good Impression with the
crowd and they played a nice game
and all wont home happy.
Tho sumo teams will play a return
match next Wednesday night at
Petersburg, and the Petersburg boys
will then try and capture the local's
scalp. The local boys will carry over
a large crowd of rooters to help them
on to victory, and at the same time
they will play off tho tie game from
Thursday night, and a largo orowd Is'
' expected to bo on hand, as at thel
present time great rivalry exists,
amongst the bolwers from tho two
Dig Schedule for the averk.
Another big sohcdule, has been ar?
ranged for tho coming week, and the1
public will bo given tho opportunity to,
wltneJB some good exhibitions of tho
Kreut national game.
President Sutterlin has call od a
meeting of the captains for Tuesday
Dlght at Forest Hill, when a new.
achedulo will bo adopted for tho sea
?on. as aoveral new teems havo sent!
in their application for admittance. \
ono of them being Petersburg, who Is
very anxloua to Join the league. Sev?
eral changes .will also be made In the
teams and players.
Srbrduir for the Week.
Tuesday night?Foros: Hill vs. F.-em
Wednesday night?Forest Hill Stars
vs. Petersburg (at Petersburg).
Vs. Velvet Kind.
Friday night?Prize contest.
edd-1.- ndelW gov ham raforaf fgcg
Tho followlbg Is the standing of the
women bowlers In tho gold medal con?
test up until Friday night, the win?
ner to bo announced Monday night.
Juno 2Uh. Miss Thistle now leads
with a score of 188, with Miss Ruth
Cavedo, a close second, with 137, Mrs.
Thistle beating her opponent by one
lone "pin. Several of tho players are
very clever, and with a little luck, and
another day a different story might be
told. The score:
Mrs. Thistle-.,. 13*
Miss Cavedo. 137
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Mrs. Ellis. 123
Miss Whitman. 120
Mrs. Lewis. 117
j Mrs. Baker ...(. . 116
I Mrs. Burger. 115
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Miss Tyree. 113 |
Mrs Sledd. 113 j
Miss Junes. 113 .
Miss Gathright. Ill j
I Mrs. Kord.h. 110 ,
Miss Win free.1. 107
Mrs. Whitman. 107
Mrs. Stagg. 105
Miss Elliott. 103
Notes of tbc Players.
Two thousand fans appreciated a
' return ot good, real bowling. ,
. The Korest Hill team has a real
Kohlnoor In Sweeney: he is a left
| swinger of tlie Bllley school.
I Filnn is a regular TV Cohb with
'the alleys, nnd he has no mercy what
I ever on the Jlns. ,
i That boy Fires Ie there with his
pushball, and he Is sure good for
i fast company.
Lanier played a nice game for Pe?
fjravea certainly can knock down
pins at a long distance?he proved It
Taylor worked well In nls harness
Thursday night, and he marie somc
diflicult spares, too.
Jones says that he can roll like tho
mischief when nobody Is looking.
Captain Bell certainly knows how
to pick out good players.
Forest Hill wins eight out of nine
games. I guess that's some bowling.
Johnson made the Ihlgh Jump of
1SS Thursday nlKht. Some game for
a small boy.
The Vaugha n-Robertson team lias
signed Lockett and O. Sutterlin to play
The Forest Hill team has drafted
Wlnfree. Wlnfree is a good one and
should make good.
Overman and Smith have been bought
by the Velvet Kini team. Both are
good bowlers and will play Friday
Standing; of tbe Trams.
Clubs. Won. Lost. P.C.
Forest Hills. 6 1 .833
Vaughan-Robertson . 1 6 .167
Velvet Kind. 0 0 000
Remingtons . 0 0 000
12 3 Total.
Fiers. copt-..123 140 123 3S6
Johnson .122 189 120 431
Jones .HO 143 101 3SI
Lanier .1?7 145 .155 4fi7
Graves .117 15S *13^ 444
699 775 638 2.112
Forest Hill Stars.
12 8 Total.
Bell, capt.167 167 161 455
Sweeney.128 137 132 397
Whitman .18S 1S4 174 516
Flynn .140 158 132 430
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Taylor ._109 lit 140 8781
733 775 789 2.2i0
Tm? o? game, two hours. Umpire*,
Jona* and 'Wlnfree. Boorsr. Sweeney.
" , 1 1 8 Total.
BelL osjp*_. w-101 145 148 47?
Sutterlola ......17? 208 169 641
Flynn iM'w?U..141 127 168 484
Behalt?_135 18? 168 482
Sweeney; in 147 401
| 748 758 788 8,287
Va aChan-Roberta on.
13 8 Total, j
PMppB, oapt.113 187 128 377
Farror ?...?....110 181 130 380
Bmlth.165 166 191 612
Overman Ui 178 121 487
Haw ley .-?H-rr-f- T1* 131 159 409
634 74? 738 3.115
Time of came, 1:45. Umpires. Smith
and Blunt. Scorers. Ovarmau and
<BV JAKi, ROWSEY.)
PALACE St'SIM KU DUCKXUN LEAGUE.
[ The Little Pins Are Palling; Hnrdj the
Teams Are Ilnlnic Flue Work.
Tho l'alace Summer Uuckpln League
[opened up last Mon<iay night. Juno 17.
at 8:30, with tho kouu Iookb of a suc
| *. w| season during the summer
months. The leaguo is composed of
I eight teams, and It Is very likely that
all of the .teams will stick In tho
league for the batilc against the small
plus during the summer. Manager
I ItowBcy has offered his aid to make
I every bowler perfectly satisfied with
I the league and nie conditions with
which to go by.
The scores Monday night were
well as could be expected from mostly
young bowlers. The scores Tnursday
night drew much attention to tho
.members of the league. The Tlmes
Dispalch, Howitzers and News Leader
are ail tied for the first step on the
ladder, while th* Richmond Lunch. Vir?
ginians and Journals are tied for the
I second step on tlit- ladder. The games
between the Hanovers and Palace
were postponed on account of some of
the members couldn't bo on hand to
bowl. They will catch up by rolling
double-header the next series of
games they bowl.
Prizes uod Medals.
Tho Times-Dfsputch elimination
Iduckpin tournament medals and prize
money were awarded to the winners
i last Thursdav night by President S.
N. Williams, of the Richmond Bowling
Association. The winners were as
Mr. Beck won the gold medal and
leash prize for tho good bowling done
jln the said tournament Messrs. Daw
son and Cobenn each received a silver
I medal and cash prize. At one time
5 Cobean led them all, but naturally took
I a slump, as many bowlers often do,
I whether good or bad howlers. The
I games next week In the summer leaguo
tare expected to be elose and hard
j fought. i?s many teams are tied. Toe
I Richmond Lunch vs. Palace, alleys 7
;and 8. and the News Leader vs. Jour
I nals. alleys 4 and 5. These teams will
j be pitted against each other on Mon
Jday night at 8:30.
In the championship series between
R. N. Rowsey and C. L? Cosby, the
other live gameB will be rolled Wed?
nesday night at The finals last
Wednesday night were Rowsey 60S
against Cosby's 512. Cosby has a lead
of seven pli.s over Rowsey In the five
games. Wednesday night tells the
[tale of who Is champion.
Averages of Players.
Players. Games. Total. Average.
Dawson . 3 301 101?1
Cheek. 3 207 ?9
R. Price . S 290 96?2
. Krouse . 3 28? 96?1
! McCorty . a 2S?. 94?l
?Poore . 3 282 04
Gilbert. 3 277 92?1
Brown ..- 3 275 91?2
Oliver . 3 275 91?2
Levy . 3 273 91
Murphy . 3 262 87?1
Dock . 3 255 85
GUI . 3 25S 81?1
Leighton . 3 24s 82?2
R. Price . 3 247 S2?1
iDeveaux . 3 246 83
Borrow . .1 244 81?1
Woolridge . 3 24 1 81?1
Cobean . 3 242 SO?2
Tompklns . 3 240 SO
The Journal team did some good
howling under their captain, P. Price,
who heads the team. The Howitzers,
j Times-Dispatch and New? Leader, all
of which have very evenly matched
teams. One of them Is more than apt
to take a slump down tho ladder this
Standing of League.
Teams. P. W. L. P.C
Times-Dispatch ... 3 2 l .667
Howitzers. 3 2 1 .667
News Lender.3 2 1 !f,67
Richmond Lunch ..8 1 2 1.333
I Journals .-. 3 12 !333
Virginians . 3 1 2 .333
[Palace . 0 0 n .000
Hanovers . 0 0 0 .000
At Providence?Providence. 6; Rochester. 1
(first game): Providence. 2; Rochester,' 1
At Baltimore?Baltimore. 5; Montreal ?
(first game); Baltimore, 4; Montreal. S (esc
At Jersey City?Jersey City. !; Buffalo, 1
fflrst same); Jersey City. 8; Buffalo, 3 (sec?
At Newark?Newark. 3: Toronto. 2 (first
game): Newark. 4; Toronto, 1 (second
At Indianapolls?Indianapolis, 8; Colum?
At Kansas City?Kansas City. S; Indiana
At Toledo?Toledo. 8: Louisville, K.
At Milwaukee?Milwaukee. 5; Pt. Paul, 4.
At Montgomery?Montgomery. 4; Mobile. 0
(flrs-t same); Montgomery, S; Mobile, 'i (sec?
At Birmingham? Birmingham. 10; Now Or?
At Nashville?Nashville. 7: Memphis. 3.
At CliattJiiooi-a?Chattanooga, 6: Atlanta. I
2 (first game): Chattanooga. 7: Atlanta, l'
i second game).
At Greensboro?Greensboro. 2: Anderson, S.
At Spa-tsnburg?Spartonburg. 2; Wlniton
At Greenville-Greenville, 1; Charlotte, 6.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
At Albany?Albany. 7; Columihus. ?.
At Maeon?Maren. 2; Columbia, <?.
At Jacksonville?Jacksonville. 1: Savannah.)
o (first game); Jacksonville. 5; Savannah. I,
MAY NOT STOP FIGHT.
Governor of New Me\leo Will Issue Stote- ,
rnrnt on Monday.
East Las Vefas', N. Ms, June 22.?After con
collation with prominent citizens here, Gov- j
etnor A. C. McDonald said last night that :
h* will Issue a public statement regarding
the Johnson-Flyrin boxing contest not later
than 6 P. M. Monday. The Governor would
not sav ih.it he would stop the match. It
Is believed that If he finds .to-day that
there aer no Infractions of tho gamb:i):ig
laws he will not Interfere.
VICTORY FOB HENDERSON
IS Dl*E TO COSTLY ERRORS
Oxford.- N. C. June 2}.?Henderson defeat?
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by the ?cor? of 5 to 3. Oxford lost the gamo'
by costly errors In tho fourth Inning. Mead-i
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game except for his wlldneas. Ho allowed i
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Sports Writer on New Hampshire Paper Says
Bernier Did Play Professional Baseball and
1 hat Former Tech Star Admitted if..
Sporting Editor The Times-Dispatch:
Sir.?For the information of the pub- j
Me I wish tnat you would publish tho
following in your paper:
It will be recalled that towards the
latter part of March there was pub?
lished in several newspapers through?
out Xorth Carolina and Virginia a
copy of an article concerning Charles
A. Bernler. of tho 1911 V. P. I. foot?
ball team, which appeared In the Man?
chester (N. H.) Union of February 27.
This article stated that Bernler had
played baseball for three summers In
the so-called "White Mountain
League," and that he had played semi
professional baseball under the as?
sumed name of Charles In West Vir?
ginia, and had there attracted tho at?
tention of the major league scouts.
In view of tho fact that V. P. I.
had protested so strenuously last fall
against tho playing of .Seifert. Staf?
ford and P.ohertson by A. & M. be?
cause they had played summer base?
ball, the nrtlcle In question was called
to the attention of tho nthletic au?
thorities at V. P. I., and was answered
with a denial by the nthletic authori?
ties there and by Mr. Bernler. the
reply also containing the suggestion
that A. & M. should further Investi?
gate tho matter. The sporting editor '
of tho Union wa3 written in regard ;
to the authenticity of tho nrtlclo In I
question by E. D. Sahborn. on In
structor In tho school of agriculture
at A. & M.. who Is from New Ham
shlre, through whom the nthletic au?
thorities at A. & M. came Into pos?
session of tho facts concerning Mr.
Bernler, as Mr. Snnborn Is n regular
fubscrlber of the Union. The reply
of J. E. Finn, sporting editor of the
t'nion, Is as follows;
Manchester, N. H.. May 32, 1912.
Mr. Edson D. Snnborn;
Dear Sir,?Your letter relative tosnn
nrtlcle which I used on February ?87
!n the morning and evening Issues of
tho Union at hand some time ago, but,
as I have not boon fooling any too
?oll of late, havo delayed longer than
I Intended In answering, Will say
that everything in that article about
Mr. Bernler, now coach of tho Now
Hampshire College baseball team, Is
true, or If not, Mr. Bernler does not
know his past record, which Is not
Bernlor, as you probnbly know, Is
n resident of Lnconln, and when he
received his appointment as coach of
tho Durham boys, I Immediately got
In touch with T. C. Hill, our corre?
spondent at Laconla, and what woa
published In the Union of Februars?
27 under the Durham dato was given
[by Mr. Bernler in un interview with
lour Mr. Hill. As tho announcement
I of the appointment came from Dur?
ham, that Is the reason I used the I
I data from I.aconla under that date!
< Since receiving your letter I have]
got In touch with Mr. Hill over the;
telephone, and as he Is a very reliable
man, when he tells mo that o.erythlngj
In the story Is truo and came from
the HPS ot tho man. In question, Mr.
Bornler, V am ready to stand behind I
the article. It surely would not bene- j
fit Bernler in any way to glvo out'
false statements, and as I happened to I
know tho gentleman, I know that ho
Is not a fellow who would do sue!*
Tou probably .know me, as I pitched
at Boston College, and later on tho
St. Anselm's College nine, while you,
were a student at New Hampshire, and
you know that any one who has been
in any way actively connected wlttt'
sports and then goes Into the news?
paper business Is likely to be very
careful what gets into print. Hoping
the nbovo explains the matter in a \
satisfactory manner, I am, truly. >
(Signed) J. E. Finn.
Sporting Editor Union.
So far as A, and Al. Is concerned,
the above controversy 's a thing oi
the past, In fact, A. and M. has never
considered Itself a party to any con?
troversy, as the wlfUle matter was a
question of veracity between Mr.
Bernler and tho Manchester Union, A.
and M., in sending the nrtlcle In ques?
tion to the various newspapers offer?
Ing no comments whatever upon it,
the article being sent to the papera
by the writer, who knew that it would] '
be of Interest to Mr. Bernler'?
friends. Yours truly.
A. S. BOWLER,
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