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XHK RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAU, WEDNESDAY. Da 3, 1919.
PAGE ELEVEN LOSING ORDER MAY AFFECT QUAKER 5 Between Strikes The Ohio State basketball' quintet nay play Earlham at the Coliseum, sometime after the Christmas holidays Coach Mowe said Wednesday. Ohio State passes through Richmond on Its way west to play Big Ten conference teams and It would be easy for the r Buckeye five to drop off at Richmond. Hopes of playing Miami have about been abandoned. Miami Is a member, of the Ohio conference and has to play moat of Its games against these teams. ' The schedules were made at the close of last year's season and It la not likely that Earlham will have an opportunity of avenging football defeats upon the ; basketball floor. The city 5 o'clock closing order may -Interfere with Coach Mowers plans for Wednesday afternoon's workout on the coliseum floor. It will be about 4: SO before the squad gets out and this would leave them a scant half hour tor work. The Quaker mentor as late as Wednesday noon said that he would have the squad out. An early season dope can be gained from comparative, scores made by Earlham and Wabash against the In dianapolis Dentals. The Dentals open the Quaker season on Dec. 12 and on f Saturday, Dec. 13, journeys to Craw fordsvllle for the opening game with the Scarlet quintet Bowling Notes i Feltman's Tramps made a clean sweep of the 8 games against the A. S. M. five at Twigg's alleys, Tuesday evening. In the second stanza the Kavsee No. 1 took 2 out of 3 from wnrpir brother pin knights. . Murcurio jjjiiureu iigu score mr me eveuiug rwwa zD pjns in ine intra game. Meyers, of the Tramps, captured high average with 188. -.The score follows: K. of C. No. 2. .Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av. Broderlck ...156 161 155 472 157 vRlnghoff 147 159 146 452 151 Zeyen 191 166 167 524 175 iSelm 160 160 137 457 152 iSmedinghoff .130 170 180 480 160 Team totals.. 784 816 785 KK. of C. No. 1 Handicap 146 Pins Player 1st 2nd 3rd Klinger 144 171 122 Quinlivan 145 159 145 Mercurio 152 130 245 Kelley 184 188 167 R.Lichtenf els 152 169 172 Team totals.. 777 817 851 Feltman's Tramps Handicap 120 Pins Player 1st 2nd 3rd Sherer 209 170 181 Todd 187 .164 182 Meyers 167 196 201 Erk 221 197 145 Hoffman 172 171 214 Tl. 437 449 527 539 493 Tl. 560 533 564 563 557 898 M. 923 Team totals.. 956 e. s. Handicap. 185 Pins Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Way 167 186 148 501 Roach 128 140 182 450 Groau 134 141 205 480 Ellis 134 151 144 429 Haner 158 176 140 474 Av. 146 149 176 179 164 Av. 187 178 188 187 186 Av. 167 150 160 143 158 Team totals.. 721 794 819 High average Meyers, 188. Cf High score Erk,221. BLOMEYER CHALLENGES INDIANAPOLIS BOWLERS Carl Blomeyer has challenged Ind ianapolis bowler3, through the Star. The latter has this to say: . The pins over fn Richmond, Wayne county, have a cunning way all of their own, judging from a "bowling re port just received from. Carl. Blo ropyer, who signs himself '"Itlch-n-jond's Tenpin Booster." and looks "o flp.rt. s "chmond City League is composed of 8 clubs and their mingling with 900 totals Is ample proof that interest is at a high pitch. In a recent double rnd single tourney the scores were of the torrid variety. King pulled down first place in the singles with 715, fol lowed by Evans with 675. Doubles results were: Mike Kelly-King, 1,280; Ray Slade-Jack Stonecipher, 1,273. High individual score of the rolloff went to Ducky Sherer, 258. The Richmondites are making great preparations for their holidays tourna ment. If you think you are "good" Rich mond is due east and can be reached by electric, steam or gasoline. DEATH OF STAR WEAKENS LIBERTY BASKETBALL FIVE Liberty's chances for a champion ship basketball team were further weakened through the death of Arthur Snyder, star forward of this and last year's teams. The youth died follow ing an operation for appendicitis. pacn onoo& is not aiscouragea, out ill make his present squad work at op speed. HARVARD TO GO WEST? CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Dec. 3. Gov ernor Stephens of California added his official word to the invitations to the Harvard University football team to play at Pasadena New Years day, In a telegram received by the Harvard Ath letic association today. Friendship is a big thing; without it, this world would be a cold, dismal and dreary place for any one to ekei out an existence. For this reason friendship should be treasured as ' a thing precious to all of us. ' Yet, these Feltman Tramps, contenders fon the Seat' of Honor, in the City ' League, seemingly are casting aside all regard for that mutual feeling which has been weaving its way through the league in the past,- and are rushing madly toward the top of the ladder, regard less of friendship. Last evening in the Tramp-A. S. M. set the Tramps ex perienced no serious difficulty in an nexing three games, their scores being such that- they could well be proud of. In the "family affair", between the two K. of C. crews, Big Brother had t now twice to his Little Brother, when the K. of C. 2's waltzed through two games, but couldn't come back suf- ficiently strong in the final game Of the set to offset Phil Mercurio's 245, which he hung up intentionally, too, in the last game of the set. Father Ryan, our old stand-by, legal advisor and coach, kept the affair from being a regular family affair by keeping score. For some unknown reason these K. of C. squads haven't been connecting right of late, their team scores aa well aa individual scores being far below the average we know them to be cap able of. After a slump of three weeks. Dick Zeyen again came back into his own last night, gathering enough wood to give him an average of 175' for the three games. Let's get more of such games, Dick It takes "pep" and lots of It, fellows to win a game of ten-pins. You can't expect to win by sitting around moping over the strike you didn't get, and worrying about what youH get next time. Sit up straight, cheer your team mate, be In the game all the time. Ray Lichtenfels showed up what "pep" would do last night, when, after his team had lost two games, Captain Ray had enough confidence and pep left to wager a dozen of the best shirts in his store that his team would win the last game And they did win. In the Tramp-A. S. M. set, some very consistent rolling was In evidence, 178 being low average for the Tramps, and Captain Meyers' average of 188 being high average for three games. The five Tramps rolled a total of 2777 actual pins in the three games, or an average of 926 per game, or 185 per man. Frnie Way. speed artist, traveling with Walt Ellis' troup of Egyptian; howlers, averaged high for 4,he seed ers with 167, altho' Jack Groan, orig inator and demonstrator of the "Groan Shimmy Ball" pulled down 205 pins In the final game for high individual score for the team. Capt. Walt Ellis is practicing a new delivery, which is somewhat similar to .Tack riraans. and will doubtless be known as the "Orient's Special" for to deliver It properly the muscle dance must be executed. Walt gave us ai demonstration last night of Its ef fectiveness by making the 5 and 7 pin RDllt. t The Mid December tournament ( which began last night, was quite well ; patronized, Slade and Bennett hanging ' up high scohe so far for doubles with ! 1 257 pins. Father Ryan and Ed Kelly 1 paired off and were determined to give nn account of themselves last night. TCrnie Ray and Art King were making ; a desperate attempt for high score, we are sorry that we couldn't stay to see the outcome of these games. The handicaps are very liberal in the tournament and there is no reason why it shouldn't be made a big one. In fact, provided the coal shortage doesn't interfere, we predict the pres ent tournament to be a "regular" tournament. Gatherings From the World of Sport - The manager of Bob Martin, the A. iito resell Ferd to the Giants, whereupon E. P. hearvwAlrht tltleholder. haa re l Branch renlled with all the visor at Reived an offer from Charles Cochran, his command that neither the Giants I . tm Richmond hlgn school baaket- the British promoter, for the services 'nor any other club could buy the Kid u squaa win practice on tne wa nt the American. It la Cochran's man li for anv amount. Rickey exnects ! seunt floor Wednesday evening. This to have Martin meet the winner of the I Schunn to hurl in 1920 in the style doe not include ail members, but Beckett-Carpentler bout, which will be 'that made him famous in 1916 and ! bout 15. of the most promising candi 'decided earlv nTt mnnth. However. 1 1817. and lTerd la nutte llkelv to rn t dates. , . it la nrnhahla that Martln'a manager I even hettev than Rtr.kev thtnka he will Following Tuesday' WOrkOUt. CO&Ch will decline the nffar from ehrnld. aa He waa mnvfn nlnnr at a fa at Hlr ! FrfeS again CUt the SQUSd. but if DOS- the A. E. F. champion has not had: when the last campaign closed. lb.le oi." t0 10 np' enough ring experience to tackle eith-1 Chic Harley, who this season has w " Mason-- There is an er Beckett or the French champion. ! played brilliantly on the gridiron for D1C "' Splendid basketball Cochran, in his offer, said Dempsey the Ohio State College. may be in-! n Richmond high school and FRIES SLICES III NET SQUAD AGAIN seemed reluctant to meet the winner duced to play professional baseball and was making exorbitant demands i next summer. Several clubs, including' for his Euroian services. It is evident that at least one per son Is satisfied Ferdinand Stubblefield the St. Louis Browns, are after him President Joe Tinker of the Columbus club Schupp has come back.- He who does : ready to offer the star an attractive not doubt the return of the Louisville ( contract. The Akron olub of the In Kid in his old time form Is Branch I ternational league is also angling for Rickey, manager of the Cardinals, un-1 his services. Last summer Harley der whom Schupp served part of the played in the outfield on the Ohio past season. Some one asked Rickey i State baseball team and -was one of recently if therew as any truth in a ' the best players representing the col report to the effe ct that be was about ; lege. it is Fries' Intention to develop this tor future teams. Clem Price, husky back guard and captain,' haa a broken bone in his of the American Association, IsiS01 has not been able to get out xie uiajr not o ui yo siux we game against spiceianfl. DEPLER TO LEAD ILLINOIS FOOTBALL ELEVEN IN 1920 CHAMPAGNE, 111.. Dec. 3. John C. Depler, center on the championship University of Illinois football team, was elected captain for 1920 at n meeting' of the "I" men. Depler was an almost unanimous choice of the various critics for an All-Conference berth. How many football fans who cheer for the halfback 'who races sixty yards for a touchdown ever think of all that was done to make the play possible. Football coaches rarely look at the s man running with the ball, but watch the men who are ploughing along in front of him, clipping oft the ends, and the secondary defence. If the first back misses the end, or it the fMl a rrl and taoVla fall tn vat the witavvt RACER BRING8 $20,000 SPRINGFIELD. O., Dec. 3. Binland him hack the haifharir win 0:03 trotting stallion, winner of the the line of scrimmage. But few fans (Transylvania stake at Lexicon, has ever th!nk of ms an4 even tewer ap. been sold by W. L. Snyder, Springfield. ; preciate the fine points of the game in that case Gaylor. a 195 pound husky who has been showing to advantage in recent workouts, may be used. Starting next ' wees, the squad will use the coliseum .floor every. Tuesday. and Thursday afternoons, after school. This - means that the floor will be in almost constant use as the Earlham squad cavorts on Monday and Wed nesaay. tne k. h. b. aggregation on Tuesday and Thursday, and regular ! games are played Friday evening. Brown, is ineligible for the team during the first half of the school year but will be able to play in Febru ary. The XL H. 8. tennis team win not be awarded R'e t by the student council this season. Only one match was played this year. v tm the election of Kwwtgi borough. Pennsylvania. Joseph F. Conrad. Democrat, defeated his moti, tfelsda J Conrad, ".-iv-- iv w? . . MAIflST. OTJAtJ SAYS "TWO MORE RICHMOND PEOPLE ARE HAPPY TO ENDORSE PEPGEfJ" to A. c. rennocK, Cleveland, repre senting Augneto Butti of Italy. The price as reported to be more than $20, 000. Binland will be shipped to Italy for racing purposes. It was announced. MIAMI BASKETBALL SQUAD 13 CALLED OUT OXFORD, O., Dec. 3. Coach George E. Little of Miami university, Tuesday Issued his first call for basketball practice. . tbout fifty young men re sponded. Miami's first game of the season will be played here on Jan. 10 with Kenyon College of Gambler. when they see it. HARLEY WILL PRESERVE. HIS AMATEUR RATING COLUMBUS, O.. Dec. 3. "I will re main in school until I graduate and preserve my amateur standing until I am through at Ohio State. If I can be used in other sports, I will be here and ready to do what I can. I may play professionally next fall, but not until then." 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