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Motre Lo Track 1?7I I inlas ame eg oieoiMe rnirAY. rr.nnr at; y i. ms D and Strenuous IlLBOS mi e NOTRE DIME MEN. ILL PARTICIPATE N ELEVEN MEETS Four Will Be Dual Contests With Universities Michi gan and Wisconsin Will Per form Here. OH THE LOCAL BOWLING ALLEYS. According to the 1915 Notre Damp track schedule, as given out by Direc tor of Athletics Jesse Harper Thurs day morning, tho local varsity will participate in eleven different meets. It is the heaviest track program in years and the opposing teams repre sent .sumo of tho strongest universities in tiie country. Four of the meets aro dual contest with universities, two are the famous relay races at Pennsylvania and Drake universities, two aro college associa tion meets and two are with other amateur athletic organizations. The two largest meets to be held on the local grounds aro with the Uni versity of Michigan on May 8, and with tho University of "Wisconsin on March 6. The famous college relays will bo entered by tho locals. The noted Drake relays will be run at Des Moines. Ia., on April 17, and the Penn sylvania relays, one of the largest events in the country, will be run at Philadelphia on April 2i. The next meet will be one week from Saturday with the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. This will bo foUowed oiio week later by the meet here with the University of Wiscon sin. In anticipation of these events Coach Itockne Is working his men as much as is possible and is fast round ing them Into tho best of condition. Tho contest with the Michigan Ag izlea ia as yet tentative but it is thought that it will materialize and will be run off on May 22, at bans infT. Tho Central Amateur Athletic union will hold Its annual champion ship meet at Chicago on April 3 and will be entered by tho local squad. The Indiana state meet at Lafay ette, as proposed by Coach Harper, will bo held at Purdue university, La fayette, on May 29. This will include representatives not only from the uni versities but from all the colleges of the Etato and should be an interesting vent. Tho local track schedule closes with 1ho "Western conferenco meet at Champaign, III., on June G. Students were overjoyed this morn ing when the schedule was given out by Coach Harper. It is the best pro gram in years and no doubt will arouse even greater interest n tho track work at tho local school. Following is tho complete schedule for the year : Saturday, January "0, ltcd and Uluo meet, Intra-Varsity. Saturday, February Illinois Ath letic club, at Notre Dame. Saturday, February 27 University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor. Saturday, March fi University of Wisconsin, at Notre Dame. Saturday, April V, Central Amateur Athletic union championship, at Chi cago. Saturday, April 17 Drake relay races, at Des -Moines. Ia. Saturday, April 2 4 Pennsylvania relay races, at Philadelphia. Saturday. May s University of Michigan, at Notre Dame. Saturday. May 22 Michigan Agri cultural college, at Ixxnsing. (Tenta tive). Saturday, May 2? Indiana state meet, at Lafayette. Saturday, June 5 Western Confer ence meet, at Champaign, 111. corrnv win ps sulijvax. NFAV YORK, Feb. li. Jim Coffey. tho Dublin giant, forced Jack (Twin) Sullivan to quit in the sixth Tound last night. BALDWIN" OUTPOINTS IlKnilK. DRs MOINF la.. Feb. 19. Al Baldwin of Jacksonville, III., gained a 10-round decision over Kid Heche of Chicago last night. ri:ni:ii.L u:;ri:. Oltj-ch FJS 127 luO 42.", Moore 10 7 19 3 4 2'i Farabaugh 144 !"." 107 I6J Uohinsnn J'JM 1 ." 202 ZA G En;:le m 14 170 S51 Handicap .... 151 lo'J lTi 4 77 Totals 154 1017 2S97 FAWNS M. Miller 182 ITS lor, 4G3 L. Miller 117 14 5 10 4 3CC SnodgrasM 136 107 142 3S.j Straytr 141 17.. 151 40", Jackson in 4 U50 17o 440 Handicai 166 106 1C z 'S Totals 8 76 'J 0., 2G1'J C. A. CLUH. UliAX'F S P.rugger V 176 134 170 4 Si Potter 144 142 S3 379 Co.piillard 1 77 129 179 43 McCIure 1SS 150 220 570 Norsman 190 211 1G 501 Handicap 132 132 131' 390 Totals 1007 004 969 2SS0 jTA I S S. M. Robinson .175 ix 1 54 4 7 Adler 107 12S 159 45 1 Fullmer 171 201 180 558 Deacon 142 127 157 4 20 Solarek 154 179 14S 481 Handicap .... 136 13G 136 408 Totals 945 929 940 281 4 oLivKii lh(;ii:, MAIN OFFICE Stansberry 1 29 101 150 4 10 Fricke 127 1.17 138 4 02 Orewilcr 1 10 170 98 378 Hills 88 133 1 48 309 Hans 15S 21 1 170 545 Handicap .... 176 176 176 52S Totals 788 988 886 2662 PATTERNS Stewart 143 1 16 158 4 17 Myers 127 212 165 50 4 Jenkins 87 142 141 370 Fryar 113 150 100 375 Cm. Shuman 149 156 108 413 Handicap 163 163 163 4S9 Totals 782 975 84 1 2598 PRODUCTION Allen 104 153 110 4 33 Kxumm 123 150 127 400 Johnson 100 13S 1 42 3S0 Hunt 150 170 189 515 Hardy 169 177 181 527 Handicap 198 19S 198 594 totals 916 986 953 2855 SALES Huber 156 225 140 527 Maher 162 174 184 520 Luc-ado 154 128 173 455 Sb-iner 145 179 1 2S 4 52 Fernandez 163 1 93 1 80 542 Handicap 152 152 152 456 Totals 932 1051 969 2952 PURCHASING Weaver 148 124 134 4 00 Frederick 115 90 111 322 Wilson 149 14S 139 436 Clark 130 122 122 373 II. Drain 161 173 145 479 Totals 924 SS4 S71 2679 MALLEABLE Schulz 102 133 137 372 Whiteman 197 124 137 458 Hagerty 113 102 179 39 4 Garrett 119 103 117 329 Young 129 120 12S 377 Handicap 271 271 271 721 Totals 931 S53 969 2753 GRAY IRONS Drain 179 1 10 132 421 Niezgodski 104 137 140 381 Zieger 144 114 165 423 Antlsdal 117 113 121 351 Atvas 192 187 19S 577 -Totals SS6 811 90 'i 2003 ASSEMBLY Touhey 170 159 178 507 Glass 145 129 377 G. Moore 151 14 0 154 451 Stanley 126 162 159 447 Colip 210 203 182 595 Handicap .... 66 60 6G IDS Totals 868 S44 S65 2577 ITNTTE1 TiKAGUK. VI Jl ?, DUTCHMEN Miller 179 177 131 487 Leslie. 143 142 19S 4S3 Steinfelt 108 128 152 44S LIndahl 157 18S 150 495 G. Schafer 221 175 202 598 Totals SOS 810 S33 2511 E G LPS Earth .... 170 171 220 561 Fahlstona 146 15 5 14C 441 Kraus 129 1C7 133 429 Kemnitzer 137 1 45 115 39 7 Moon 112 1G3 134 439 Totals 721 SOI 745 2270 tkio Li: (;ui:. Decker 130 137 101 13 1 Kurek 109 107 122 Burke 152 138 1 43 433 Handicap .... 19S 198 109 594 Totals 595 580 024 1799 PISTONS Webster 109 13 3 15 9 4 01 Westrom 152 134 135 4 21 Low Score 185 183 197 50 5 Handicap .... 91 91 91 273 Totals 537 531 582 106o sTrii:uAKi:n i.uague. RIMS F. Riekelhau.pt. .144 155 155 4 54 Kimble 127 is'S 165 418 Rumsey 122 1 77 157 156 Wickenden 130 150 140 420 Zilky 147 129 102 4 3 8 Handicap 141 141 141 123 Totals S09 9 40 920 2075 BO INTERS hambleau 101 1 88 127 470 Jaeobsen 142 140 142 42 1 Geycr 124 11 0 131 371 A. Bick 109 190 1 50 509 Thum 199 140 207 552 Handicap .... 152 152 152 450 Totals 957 932 909 27S8 TOURNAMENT STANDINGS. (In West Side Bowling tournament held at Magyar hall.) l ive Men Team. Boinski's "Specials." 2 4 20 Magyar Athletic club 2 327 Magyar Haz No. 3 2289 Mukedvelo Kor 2250 Magyar Haz No. 1 2234 White Eagle Theater 2231 Werwin.sk is Five 2199 Magyar Haz No. 2 2156 The Three Brothers Five 2 07 3 Werwinski's Stars 2073 M. Nyerges Five 1918 -Jolly Five" 1872 Polish Business Men IS 43 Doubles. M. Alby-B. Atvas 1053 J. Albv-F. S. Bilinskl 1013 C. Boinski-F. Bilinski K03 J. Werwinski-F. S. Bilinski- 983 B. Atvas-J. P. Kowatch 976 J. Kowatch-Atvas 972 L. Schwartz-J. Kish 933 L. Schwartz-J. I'. Kowatch 931 J. Nyerges-.S. Bbkau S96 Segety-Boinskl S75 Szamecki-Gadacz 869 Werwinski-M. Albv . 840 Wroblewski-Szamecki 80 0 Aranowski-Putz S04 L. Schwartz-B. Atvas 799 Singles B. Atvas . . . 54 0 L. iegety 52 4 C. Boinski 520 F. S. Bilinski 519 Jos. Alby 506 Jos. Kish 503 C. Napieralski 4S7 V. Wroblewski 477 M. Alby 4 76 I j. Lafas 437 J. A. Werwinski 432 Al Putz . 423 Jos Albv 43 9 E. Szamockl 415 C. Aranowskl 415 C. Gadacz 393 VOLLEY BALL GAMES TO BEGIN HOUR EARLIER THE RAMBLINGS OP THE POSTMORTEMS Done in Parts. But the movie miss knew what to do And decided against arbitration. So she shot the captain and mad.- the crew Imprison the enemy of her relation. (To be continued.) Lost again--Jack Johnson. Ha vana according to press dispatches yesterday seemed worried. But for me? Ischkabible. Frank Schulte, fruit grower, is go ing to tell of star plays for an after noon. Sort of a series of stories on "peaches I have plucked". Kd White's wrestling mystery was shown up at Chicago Wednesday nig lit. He proved to be John Frei burg, a very ordinary performer. It was some advertising stunt at that. At It Again. "We laid down." "What laid down?" "We laid down," I said. "Laid down you guys couldn't do no better." "Couldn't do no better nothen. I kin bowl 15u any time 1 feel like it." "You ain't never felt like it yet, have you?' "That's all. right wait till we meet you guys next week we'll show you. You guys got more handicap than ya bowl now." "That's all light about our handi cap, they only gives us that so we could play regular teams." "You ain't given up none of it are you? Weaken beat you guys every day in the -week and be ready for to morrow. You guys ain't bowlers vou to put your Standing: in Volley Ball League. Leeks 3 0 100 0 Switzer 3 0 1000 Gardnor 2 I .666 Gibson 1 2 .333 A. Jones 0 3 .000 N. Jones 0 3 .000 Games in the Business Men's Vol ley Ball league at the Y. M. C. A. will begin an hour earlier than usual Sat urday night. The Switzers will play tho Leeks at 6 o'clock: at 7 A. Jones and Gibson's teams will clash; at 8 Gardner's and N. Jones will play. Rivalry between the teams has be come intense. ought to be ashamed scores in the paper. "You ain't kidden me you know. We ain't down to the bottom yet are we? and where is you guys? Yon ain't won but two games all season and then you won them because you was beginners and .had beginners' luck." "Luck nothen, you fellers ain't em proved on nothin' but your handicap. You average 8 0 regular and then they give you SO and any boob even a be gmner outiht to make 160 regular that way. We bowl now and then and then we got'a take on you guys on our off days." "You said somethin' then al'right. You bowl now nnd then. You get lucky once In a while and knock over a fev pins and then you think you done -something. ' Any bowling ball is liable to git tired running dwn the gutter all the time." "That's al'right we'll show Tuesday. We're goin' to three. " "You couldn't take three from no body. We kin beat you and wear rub bers." "You got'a wear rubbers to keep from slitlin over the foul line." "Well if wo had feet like yourn we wouldn't need rubbers." "What'a you handln me. My feet ain't no biggern yourn." "Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!" "Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho!" "Who you ho hoen?" "Who you ha haen?" "You know." "You know." "Say you." "You too." -" -z2z "' 2" ? "First car ready, everybody off for home," cries chorus and the official session of the Dontgiveadam club i3 adjourned. HUSKIES BESTED T SOPHS AFTER OVERT M Put Up Stiff Fight But Are De feated 17 to 19 Seniors Have an Easy Time With Juniors. dVT basobnll league Th arsdi y .nlht . Judge Warner umpiring the gam- be tween the Athletics and Senators, and Mr. I!:irn-s .hohiimr' th imiii-:itnr in k'.j.i i i n - i.ijiioiji niiia con test. Hoth escaped being the badinu nian in any mob scenes, the two re cruits acquitting themselves In a man ner that may mean their retention on tho it-ague umpiring staff. The Senators split even in their doi;t,!e-header, winning from the Lin eoln Highways by a soro of ' to r.. and losing a 6-2 game to the Ath letics. Th- scores: Senators 21 Lincoln Highways ...ii Star. I'.roun and Kujaw Athletics o;;h f20 fr . Senators ut joo one u Lick and Stevens; Hrownie and Kujawa. I XTI lit L A SS ST A M I N i . W. L. Seniors 6 1 Sophomores 4 Juniors 2 . Freshmen - " Heulls Votenlay. Sophomores, Freshmen, Si niors, 26; Juniors, 11. Pet. . s r. 7 .L'S6 . 2 6 IT, you next take all MoYIIA IS lWVOItlTi:. HAVAXA. Cuba. Feb. H. Jim Johnson and Sam McVea have linish ed their hard training for their light tomorrow. Many wagers are being made, McVea Tjeing a strong favorite. WINS FORM KU TITLK. VANCOUVER, D. C. Feb. 1!. Joe Bayley, former lightweight champion of Canada, regained the title here last night, defeating "Hough House" I?urns in a J 0-round bout. In llie Sprinir. He worked all winter to do this thing, Toiled and sweat and he often swore. He could get nine, but never more. At last it looked as if he would win. Iut the boy knocked over the cen ter pin, And they closed the alleys, because of spring. Another overtime contest featured the interclass games at the high school Thursday afternoon when the sophomores won t'rom tho froshies. The game was more bitterly contested than that between the seniors and sophs last Monday, as bo:h the lower clashes were out for blood. The sophs got away to a Hying start and in the first half had the "Angora" of the freshmen, they outpassed and outshot them, leading them at the end of the session, 14 to 10. When the last half had been about live min utes underway the freshmen got go ing and for ten minutes had tho soph omores lighting hard, tying the count but two minutes before time was call ed. Coehevety received a long pass undvr the basket and dropped tho winning goal after about one minuto of play in the overtime. The juniors never had a chance in their game with the seniors and were outclassed all the way thiough. They seemed unable to score oven though they hail the advantage of many shots from rather doubtful fouls. Their placing seemed free from roughness and scarcely any breaks ,vere noticed on their side. IJucher and Zessinger were easily the shining lights of the seniors, with Mueller running them a close second. Line-ups and summaries: Sophomores (U) JYohmcii (1") Sousley Schubert Right Forwari". Coehevety Mohn Lett Forward. Vermande Donovan Center. Rokop Snyder Right Guard. Rurner Smith Left Guard. Baskets Coehevety, 4: Donovan, P, ; Schubert, 2; Sousley, 2; Vermande, 2; Snyder; Smith. Fouls Coehevety, 3; Snyder, 3. Seniors (20) Juniors (11) Zessinger Sweeney Right Forward. Rucher Kreighbaum Ieft Forward. Garfield Parks Center. Mueller Kckman Right Guard. Rutler Left Guard. Substitutions Elbel for Garfield; Phelan for Elbel; Meyers for Lower; Wills for Mueller; Mueller for Zes singer. Raskets Zessinger, 5; Rucher, 4; Parks, 2; Garfield; Mueller; Lower; Kckman. Fouls Sweeney, 3; Kreigh baum; Zessinger, 2. Referee Metzler. Lower Old Dan says In my opinion I'd rather be able to tell a good biscuit than be posted on Paris style. "Ye Our Little Movie. ." she said The end. W11ITI-: TRAINS HARD. CHICAGO. Feb. 19. Charlie White who is to meet Freddie Welsh in Mil waukee Feb. l 7. had a strenuous workout at O'Connell's again today, taking on three sparring partners. SENATORS WIN AND LOSE IN KALEY GAMES Judjro Warner -and Frank 15. Rarnes Try Out as Baseball Umpires. Kaley League. W. U Pet. Highlanders 2 .SIS Senators ft 4 .092 Athletics fc 4 ,;07 Lincoln Highways ...2 2 .".no O'Rriens 7 .417 Kaley Parks 1 10 .091 Arbiters Herbert Warner and Frank THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN UMBRELLA. -By Goldberg 4 s." piEAse IT re MrVb OF I T ALU ANY LIFE" f ALL SUGKr, Boss -XcO CAM y (7 )1 N rr r,1 W.'l : -J ujQcnSS Tow UBeLLA m J I FoRcjCTTOI &mvx Vill)l!Utl)ji)iilit i 3u i y OM6QLLr nAMbLe- tits CRlGlKiAL XfXNl WW y KANSAS C1TV. M... K.S J--r.nTj.. K-e-h 4.f K'. hf-ffr, X. Y., d--f-.ited Jehnn Idling ef Kans.is City, ..( ti : : in an int-rtat thr-. . livhiu'i tul!i:irtt lei;;i- m.tch h: t iiiu'bt. I; wan plail in 77 innin iCej . a liili run if th !- and Klin; -si. 1 n i o r 1 1 r, 2 n it ( ft l a; Duck and Lis more Zlin. IIukoV; iin. OLD EX-BANDIT IS DEAD A ictirn of Apoplew. I KKAHNi:V. Mo.. Feb. Frank! James, nruicr ol Jesse Jame. ine famous bandit, di l on his farm thrr. m'les norihe.w of here. Thursday afi erntion. He was stricken Thursday morning with apoplexy. 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