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-TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1922.
PAGE TEN FROM THE ,ATm.ii-TIC WORLD m , | Edited By SIP OLIN I T * WILLIE KEELER WILL BE HERE THIS WEEK FOR NEXT P. A. C. CARD Willio Keeler, Montrose heavyweight, matched to meet Jack Smith in the twelve round main event February 20 at the Pueblo Athletic club will arrive in Pueblo at the Plxon-Miller billiard and pool hall immediately upon his ar rival. Jack (Gunboat) Smith is train ing at the Mecca pool hall. 0 Several boxers wore won in action at the training quarters of Smith yester day, where the heavyweight put in a strenuous afternoon, altho he was un able to do any sparring with men of his weight. Kid Butler give the coast heavyweight a good warming up, until Smith, accidentally cut loose with a little too much steam in a right hand smack to Kid Butler's chin, sending the willing but lighter boxing partner to the floor, to listen to the birdies for several minute?*. .Too KoffOo started his first training yesterday find limbered up at a vigor ous pace but because of a sore hand was unable to do any boxing. Koffee PROSS AND JOHNSON MAY HOOK OP IN NEXT BOOT The possibilities of a match between Henry Tross and Eddie Johnson to fesitureo f future boxing card of the Pueblo Athletic club took on a de cidedly strong aspect yesterday ac cording to the remarks of Premotor Kinch. Both fighters are local boys, Pross w middleweight and Johnson in the same class with the 15S pound limit, well within reach of either of the boxers. Eddie Johnson has expressed a will ingness to meet any fighter that. Pro moter Kinch might select and wants to give Pueblo fans a chance to ace him In action here. He says he is in good condition and working each day in the hopes that ho will be given an opportunity to get on the next card of the Pueblo Athletic club. Promotor PRE-SEASON BASEBALL •*Freak” trainim? stunts for the Cincinnati Reds will bo barred and from the time the players don their unifoms at Mineral Wells, until the team leaves for tlm north, the athletes will be kept busy working Into a per fect baseball machine, according to Manager Put Moran. • Let the Cubs go ahead with their mountain climbing and let Trls Speak er put his Indians thru their cowboy stunts, butjn the meantime watch out for the Reels as their time will be de voted int < • building up a smooth working infield,” Moran said. Tho greater part of the training' work has already been mupped out by Moran for tho 1922 season. It will includo more baseball and less aim less mechanical work than has been the case in previous years ami accord ing to indications will be tho case with other clubs in tho circuit again. Moran has a heavy task of building up an infield which will bo new at two points. The condition last year altered tho situation so that infield workouts could not be held until lato lu the training season. Groh and Kopf were holdouts; there was no in field ready for tho team. Jack Daubert did not arrive until late und Holme and Forseca had to be fitted into tem porary positions. This year Moran wants Daubert. Roline. Pinelli and Covenoy ready for work when the first biiglo blows and after spending the first day In tossing the bull around the actual infield work will be started on the second day. Altho the players were given good salaries last year, the club is doing even better this year, according to President August Herrm&n. Recent Increases, especially for the younger players who have made good with the S. S. S. Fills Out Hollow Cheeks, ThinJJmbs! Men and women.—whether you will evar build yourself up to your normal, tuat-right weight depends on the num ber of blood -cells In your blood. That'a nil there la to it R's a scientific fact. If your blood-cell factory Isn’t work ing right, you will be run-down. thin. Four blood will be In disorder, and perhaps your face will be broken out With pimples, blackheads and erup tions. 8. 8. 8. keeps your blood-cell factory working full time. It belps build new blood-cells. That's why B. B. 8. builds up thin, run-down peo ple, It puts firm flesh on your bones. II rounds out your face, arms neck, limbs, the whole body. It puts the ••pink** In your cheeks. It takes the hollowness from the eyes, and It fools Father Time by smoothing out wrin kles In men and women by “plumping'* them up. 8. S. 8. is a remarkable Mood-purifier. While you are getting plump, your skin eruptions, pimples, blackheads, acne, rheumatism, rash, tetter, blotches are being removed. The medlrlnnl Ingredients of S. 8. 8. are guaranteed purely vegetable, g 8. 8. Is sold at all drug etyres. in tw® sires. The larger size ia the mure •cenomlcaL has heard of the report that Kid Plank has learned several new tricks which ho expects to try out on Koffee. and It is believed that the serious expression on the crafty bantam's face yesterday meant that he is'going to mar the well laid plans of tho Denver fighter. Mickey O'Toole went thru eight rounds of fast boxing at the City Y and wasn't particular about the size or weight of the opponents, who were con siderably mussed up after their bold venture, labile out at the E. Plurlbus Unum club, Young Molly put in a live ly afternoon with several of tho mem ber* who did their best to get their representative in a good fighting con dition. Every fighter will enter the ring in great shape and the largo number of fans that are nut each day to watch tin training activities of the different participants on the next card here, will vouch for one of the best fistic events seen at tho Pueblo Athletic club. Kinch is considering the match but has promised to talk business with John son and Press after be has the present fight card off his hands. Pross has not been ween in action for the past two years and wants to return to the game on a local card. "They are none too big for me.” said Dross yesterday in Commenting on .lack Smith and other heavyweights In- would be glad to get into the ring with and do a little trading of blows. Among some of the achievements of Pross are draw decisions with Mike O’Dowd, Willie Meehan and the cham pionship of three dtvtsTons; from the welters to the heavyweights, while in the army. The match Is said to be seriously con sidered by Kinch and it Is believed that another excellent boxing event Is in the making. club. It is predicted, will add to the eagerness of the players to do their best during the training season. In announcing tho increases, tho figures for which are not given, Mr. 1 Icrrman said: ! "A liberal policy will prevail with tho Cfncinnnti Reds again this year. We do not believe that any player has enuso to protest the amount given him. Wo are giving Pinelli, Cacency and Couch substantial money: we are giving George Burns as much as the New York club ever paid him to sum up, the salary list of the Cincinnati club will compare favorably with the amount *.pent l»y any other club in the circuit, altho the city has the smallest population nnd finished in sixth place last year.** TRACK TEAM PLANS MADE AT CENTENNIAL HARRY KLETZKY Track is coming in for its share of 1 interest among the athletes of Cen tennial. now that the hoop shooting! season is nearing a dose. Coach Daubonmeir who will have j charge of the track season this year, i believes in giving the track enthusiasts plenty of good training, so as to make! them “.stale” from over training.' Some of the old track men are going j hi for the sport again this year, among them are. Day. McVca, Cessna, Scrib ner. Bortholf. Crowson, McQuaid. and many others will form good material as track men. A meet with Central is planned for tho near future; so the men will be put In training soon. Several sites for training grounds are being considered. Among them are the Sixteenth street lot. the Asylum grounds and the State Fair Grounds. The Sixteenth street grounds are unfavorable because there Is too much slope, to make it a good running track. Tho Asylum grounds are not long enough to make a good track without too ninny curves. The best place for training grounds seem to be the Fair grounds, but the only trouble with them is that It would be a hard time to get the men over there without cars. Last year Centennial made a good showing i" the track meets, carrying off many high honors. With the good material promised, wo arc again sure to carry off many honors this year, and expect, to defeat Central In the meet between Centennial and Central. BOONE BASKET BALL TEAMS WIN EASILY The Boone High school basketball quintet defeated tho Highland five In an easy hoop contest by the score of 35-10. The girls team of Rhone soured a one sided victory over the Highland girls to the tune of 22-2. Both Boono teams outclassed their opponents in every department of the game and won handily. The boys from Highland being unable to score a field gonl until the final minutes of play in tho second half. Cleveland Asks Waicers On Wheeler Doc Johnson I CLEVELAND. Ohio. Fob. 6. —The Cleveland baseball club today asked for waivers on Wheeler (Doc) John- I stnn. veteran lefthanded first base man. Negotiations have beofl opened I for his release to the Salt Lake City < lull of the Pacific coast league in tlie I event lie is not claimed by a major | league club. THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN CRUISER RACE FROM MIAMI TO HAVANA IS PLANNED; “SEA HORSE,” LATEST TYPE IN CLASS, WILL COMPETE MIAMI. Fla., Feb. s.—(Special Carl G. Fisher, millionaire sportsman of this city, has just announced plans for the annual mid-winter regatta,, which will be held this year almost | continuously from February IS to March 9. from this play spot. One of the features of tho motor boat races this year will ho an express cruiser race fom Miami to Havana, thence to Key West, and then back to Miami, for trophies put up by prominent Cuban citizens. The usual competition for tho Fisher-Alllson 15.000 trophy will bo held the first week in March. Prominent in the express cruisers to be entered is the “Sea Horse.” owned by James A. Al lison of IndlanapolK The “Sea Horse” is the largest type of express CENTRAL GIRLS SIX WALLOP SENIORS (ED. FRIEDMAN.) The Senior girls of Central accepted the haughty challenge of the proud Juniors, to do battle in the school gymnasium fbr basketball honors, and promptly met them on the greased floor at the close of school yesterday. The Juniors proved their worth by de feating their opponents to the tune of -1 to 11 in a hard fought contest that lasted about 40 minutes, counting for periodic rests, between which, they played by fits and spasms. The Juniors took mure fits and spasms and naturally ran up the larg est score. Iva Forest, of the Junior! six. was tho star of the game and proved her skill in coaxing the sphere into tho netted hoop by scoring nenrty three-fourths of the baskets. Edna Bentley’s display of brilliant basketball talent seconded that of Iva’s and Edna scored heavily for the Seniors. The girls, of course, were not eon tent to play their game in the bare gymnasium nnd decorated tho gym and themselves In their class colors. Stren uous rooting was Indulged In by the hundreds of excited spectators and the interest of some was raised to such a pitch that Coach Hilling, the referee of the game, was forced to call a foul on tho crowd to be charged to the Seniors duo to overexcitement. The lineup: SENIORS (ID JUNIORS (24) Edna Bentley F Iva Forest Kathleen Woods F Harriet Moreheart Martha Marsh JC Dorothea Carlton Helen Battio RG Mary Carlton Mildred Moore G Josephine Aldrcn Florence Sparks G Helen Schilling ANOTHER VICTORY FOR BARNES-HUTCHINSON SAN DIEGO. Cal.. Feb. 6.—Jock Hutchison and Jim Barnes today de feated Tom Low. lai Jolla country club, professional and Sandy Barker, amateur. 5 and 4 in an IS hole match over the nine hole La Jolla course. The winners had a best ball score of TO and the losers scored T-S. ST. VALENTINE DAY R ASSET DALE GAMES St. Valentine’s day will see two bas ket ball games played on th 0 city ■ V” floor, featuring the Tiger and Midget teams in notion, according to | plans now being completed by Coach A. B. I’rindle. The Tigers will meet a representa tive team from Boone, the Boono leant having already agreed f«.r that date. The Midgets will meet a Canon City team If present plans carry, an invita tion having been sent to that team. A reply Is expected In the affirmative within tho next few days. Tho two teams are on the floor practically every night after school hours going thru u brisk workout. ATHLETICS TO PLAY 16 EXHIBITION GAMES PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Fob. 6. Sixteen exhibition games will bo play ed by the Philadelphia athletes on their return trip from Eagle Pass, Tex., where the team will do Its spring training. The players will report nt the training grounds March 1, and leave Man h 2 I. ■ cruiser, equipped with two $25,000 Allison engines, and won first placo in i its class at tho Buffalo regatta last I summer. j The usual runabout races will bo held, new world records having been set in this class la-t year at Miumi when the sea sled "Orlo II.” owned by George Leary. Jr., of New York City, set a record of forty miles an hour on a two nnd one-half mile course. 38.8 miles an hour for fifty miles around the same course, and In the mile trials established another record of forty-seven miles an hour, j Commodore A. A. Schantz of De-1 troit. who has been responsible for many successful gold cup events in his home city, assumes for the first time general supervision over the MOHARDT SIGNS WITH DETROIT SOUTH BEND, Ind., Feb. 6.—Johnny Mohardt Notre Dame athlete tonight announced lie had signed with the De troit American league club for next season. He will graduate from Notre Dame this year. After tho baseball season ho snkl he planned to enter a medical school. Mohart recently was Implicated in disclosures connecting him with a pro fessional football game at Milwaukee, but university officials took no action in his case becau.*G his graduation, will make him ineligible from further ath letic competition here. APPLEBY DEFEATS BROTHER 300-194 NEW YORK. Feb. 6 Edgar T. Appleby tonight defeated his younger brother Francis 300 to 19-1 In tho final match of the national class A amateur 15.2 balk line billiard • hampionship tournament. Each had won Tour matches in playing thru the series. ST. PATRICK’S MIDGETS WIN OUT BY SCORE 21-7 Tho St. Patrick’s Midgets tripled their scoro over the Ventral Midget basketball team yosterday afternoon, winning by a score of 21-7. Captain Eddie McCabe spurred on his team in the second half after they wero one point behind the Central Mid gets with tho score S-T nnd good play ing by Eugene McCabe and Sabo brought the victory for the Irish juniors. TIPLITZ DISPOSES OF FITZGERALD IN THIRD PHILADELPHIA. ]■>!). 6. —Joe Tiplltz of Philadelphia knocked out Ned Fitzgerald. Australian light weight. In the third round of their S round match tonight. Fitzgerald was knocked down four times In the third round. EXCHANGE ON LONDON CONTINUES TO RISE NEW YORK. Feb. 6.—Exchange on London today continued Its persistent rise, rallying after the closo of the stock market to $4.331®, for demand bills. The previous high quotation of the last two and one-half years was $4.32*2. made last. week. Dealers were at a loss- to account for tho steady advance of this remittance on any ground other than the improve ment shown in Great Britain's foreign trade. NEVER WANTS ANYTHING ELSE “1 tried many different Kinds of rough medicine,” writes Mrs. E. K. Olson. 1917 Ohio Avc.. Superior. Wls., "hut I never want anything else than Foley’s Honey nnd Tar. I used It for nil my children and also for my grand child. It has always done fine work.” Foley’s is a pure, wholesome nnd ab solutely safe remedy for tho reljef of coluds, coughs, croup and whooping cough. Children like It. and It cheeks ?*neezlng and snuffling. -Tho Drug Co. races. Assisting Commodore Schantz are such prominent racing men a* Gar Wood and C. W. Kotchcr, both of De troit. Others taking active part In the coming races are Ed sol Ford, Detroit; R. Rlngllng. Chicago; Commodore A. T,. McLead, Algonar, Mich.; Gov. A. J. Groesbeck. Michigan; O.*J. Mui ford. Detroit; Harry C. Stutz. H. R. Duckwall. Otis A. Porter, A. C. New by. Indianapolis; Caleb Bragg, C. G. Amory, George Leary. Jr., G. T- White. H. L. stone. Wilbur Young. R. D. Burnham. Now York: Webb I Jav. A. W. Goodrich. Chicago; W. C. Moorchead. Milwaukee; C. A. Crlqul. S B. Kagan, Humphrey Rlrge. A J. Ft*. Buffalo; A. T. Griffith. Tom Webb. W. B. Wilde. Peoria; E. W. Gregory. Stanley Morgan, Ernest Venn. Horace E. Dodge. W. D. Eden burn. J. Leo Barrett. Detroit; E. C. Erl.son, Toronto; J. S. Sternn. Lud . ington. Mich.; W. W. Robinson, Camden: T. F. Newman. F. W. Roberts. Cleveland; M S. Cornell. Jr.. Middletown. Conn ; H. F. William*. Akron. O . and others, including a number of prominent citizens of Miami. ANNUAL MIDWITER TRAP SHOOT AT K. C. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. •—A high wind kept m ores down the first day of the eighteenth annual mid winter trapshooting tournament which opened today with more than sixty shooters on the grounds. Today was preliminary day. only a 100 targ -t race being scheduled. Sportsmen fron) fifteen states are here to parti cipate. In today’s race. ’L A. King of St. Louts was high with $1; L»- Warren, Yerrington. Nevada and V H. Kerr. Guthrie, Okla . tied for sec ond with 90. R. C. .Meanta. Ashkum. 111., and H. L. Bear, Pawnee, Okla., tied t>r third with 89. Frank Troen. Vancouver. Wash , holder of tin Interstate 'argot cup and E. C. Wheler. Pawhuska, Okla.. broke SS targets each Sporting Notes ALBANY. N. Y.. Feb. 6 A boxing exhibition by Jack Johnson, former heavyweight champion, scheduled to be given in connection with a show In Kingston Theater, tonight, is forbid den under the law. Attorney General Newton today advised the chief of po lice of Kingston. DENVER, Feb. j.—Tommy Comia key, Denver welterweight, today was matched to meet Cowboy Padgett of Dolores, Colo., In a ten round bout hero next Tuesday night. Comiskoy will re place Morrie Lux of Kansas City, whose defeat In Tulsa last week caused tho promoters to make the change. BOSTON. Feb. 6.—The movement be gun by the Boston A. A to raise * fund to finance the United States team at the next Olympic games by a per centage of receipts from all athletic contests meantime will havo as its first contribution approximately SI,OOO. this being five per cent of the next receipts of Its annual games, held Saturday night. CLEVELAND. 0.. Feb. *1 The na tional * amateur pocket billiards tour nament opens, here tonight and con tinues thru February 11. Those entered Include J. Ward Shoemaker of New York, who has held the championship eight times. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6 Another big automobile race, tho Golden Onto motor derby, is to bo held on tho now greater Han Francisco speedway #»t. San Carlos, near here, Easter Sunday. April 16- STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Calif. Fob. 6.—Harry W. Maloney, director of minor sports nt Stanford, lias suc ceeded Prof. Leslie Ayer of tho Uni versity of Washington, of Seattle, on the advisory committee of tho national soccer rules committee. Ho will repre sent tho entire west. PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 6.—Redlands University will compete in the one-milo college relay event at the Pennsyl vania relay carnival In April. This is tho third Pacific coast instltuton to sgnify Its Intention of entering the re lay.-- the others being tin* University of Oregon nnd’Washington State college. 1 NEW YORK, Fern. 6.—Stanislaus ZBYSZKO RETAINS CHAMPIONSHIP THROWING EARL CADDOCK TWICE NEW YORK, Feb. 6 -StanUlaud Zbyszko world’s heavyweight wrestling champion, retained Ills title tonight by defeating Earl Caddock, former cham pion. two out of three falls in their bout. Stanislaus Zbyszko world’s heavy weight. wrestling champion, won the fir<= t fall tonight in his title match with Earl Caddock, former champion. It i ante after 25 minutes of wrestling. Caddock won the second fall after 10 minutes and 30 seconds with a chan cery and bar hold. The deciding fall, almost of the rolling variety went to the champion in 19 minutes and 30 .seconds. The rowing fall*, recently indorsed by the New York state athletic com mission apparently did not meet with the approval of the spectators, who engaged in a fifteen minute demonstra tion against each one. Caddock’s full was a clean pin fall accomplished with a chancery and bar armhold. Zbyszko who is nearly 50 years obi. weighed 223 pounds and Caddock. nearly two decades Zbyszko** Junior weighed 190. Caddock had been on the mat about SPAULDING-MINNESOTA COACH, MAN WITH PUNCH CHICAGO, Feb. 5. A man with a “puneh” is the way admircts character ize W illiam H. Spaulding, chosen to .-iiccced Dr. Marry L Williams as foot ball conch at the University of Minne sota. All thru his career as a player and coach. Spaulding has displayed unmis takable signs of possessing that spirit called punch. When a star in college, he was twice chosen captain, of tlu. football team and during his career us a coach, twice developed teams that went thru the season without a defeat. The entrance of Coach Spaulding into the Western Conference fold probably will mean tho passing of the famous Minnesota shift. Teams developed by him, admirers said today, probably will bo of the shock order—hard block ers. tackier* and fighters; knowing enough, too. of tho modern forward pass gamo to travel that spectacular and easy scoring route when tho occa sion offers. R. STEWART LEADS IN WORLDS CHECKER PLAY GLASGOW, Feb. B.—Robert Stewart of Glasgow, and Newell W. Banks of Detroit, playing for tho world’s cheek ers championship, played four drawn irtm-'i today bringing tho number of drawn games to 24. Stewart has won two while tho American has yet to win a game. COP BATTLES SUSPECT LOVELAND. Colo.. Fob. 6—Frank Meeks, 26 years old, alleged bandit, was captured by a poll' •• man early today after a running battio In a street during which several shots were exchanged and Me* badly wounded In the thigh. The policeman saw Meeks enter the ctore from an alley vay and followed him. Meeks fled anti the shooting ensued. He is being treated at the Loveland hospital. STILL EXPLODES DENVER. Feb. 6 —Five persons were In Jail hero today no the result of an explosion of a still which set flro to a residence In south Denver yester day. Members of the fire department, responding to an alarm, told the po lice they found the ruins of a still in the house and declared it bad exploded and caused the fire. INCREASE SUM RE It OF DISTRICT JUDGES WASHINGTON". Fob. 6—An lnrm"» of thirteen in the number of United States district Judges was agreed upor today by the senate Judiciary com mittee as a means of relieving the con gestion in the nation’s federal courts. The new judgeships would be dis tributed under the committee’s recom mendation on the basis of one each to th.s following districts Massac bus, 11 *«. eastern New- York, southern New York eastern Pennsylvania, north Texas, eastern Michigan, Northern Ohio, mid dle Tennessee, northern Illinois. Min nesota, northern California, northern Georgia nnd Arizona. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY STOLEN; n Shetland pony from 1119 South Union avenue Monday night. Return to J. T. MeCorkle. illy South Union avenue nnd get reward. LOST On third floor of Crews- Bcggs, purse containing $30.00. Find er return to Mrs. G. Colburn. It I West Tenth. Phono 2928-M. Reward. Zbyszko. world’s heavyweight wrestl ing champion. Who Is nearing the Mi mark lu yours, will defend his till* tonight against a former chnmpion. Earl Caddock, who is two decades his Junior. Zbyszko recently defeated Ed (Strangler) Lewis. Caddock when lie returned from France after the war lost thu chant plonshlp to Joe Stecher in a bnut In Madison Square Garden January 30. Ip2o. Ed (Strangler) another form er champion, will meet Ronnto Gurdinl. Italian heavyweight, in a one hour limit bout, one fall to decide. Wladek Zbyszko. Stanislaus' younger brother, is to meet Nat Pendleton, former In ternational amateur champion, In a time limit bout. High class harness racing on tin* b-o bus been enjoyed by Michigan horsemen ibis winter. 10 minutes and had escaped from many Intricate holds. Me hud Just retrained his fret when the referee slapped Zbye/.ko on the back announcing the fall. Zbyszko bewildered asked who had won. The referee said Caddock had rolled on hi* shoulders while try ing to break from the champion’s grasp. The verdict was hooted for llf teen minutes by the spectators. Caddock became the aggressor when the men were called to the center of the mat again. He soon succeeded In toppling the champion and was on top most of tho more before he pinned Zbyszko's shoulder* to tho mat. Ed (Strangler) Lewis, former heavy weight wrestling champion defeated i Kcnnto Gardlnl, Italian champion, gaining two falls In their 1 hour bout. .Lewis won tho first fall after 4«> min utes :nid to second* of wrestling with a flying head lock and the second In 1! minute,.* with hammer and body locks. Wladek Zybroko younger brother of the champion and Nat Pendleton, for rn«r international amateur champion wrestled 20 minutes with neither gain- I Inga fall. •'Big Bill" Spaulding, ns ho la known, first demonstrated his punch when he wan a student at Wabash collego In 1903-0.'.. and played half l ack on the famous aggregations of that Hooslcr institutions which won the title of ‘ Little Giants.' 1 At that time. Spauld ing weighed close to PU pounds and could travel a hundrod yards in ten seconds. In 1904 and 19U.». there was not a line In Indiana or Illinois that could stop him. and. altho playing on a small college lie was made an All- Western selection in both years. Twice he was chosen captain to lead the 'Little Giants. ' an honor that has not since fallen to any Wabash man. In 1904, Western State Normal col lege, was established In Kalamazoo and tw■> years later, its president. Dr. I> ];. Waldo selected the nggressl\s captain of the “Little Giants" to dc vnlop tho athletic department at the Institution. Spaulding started In with Virtually nothing In tho way of tnater i.il equipment or prestige, and built up major sport teams, which. In the last few seasons have como to a rating ex ceptional In their class and have com peted with university teams ou nn equal basis. BOWLING Scores la ths two men tournament > ew.eruay. Hosslk 171 174 189 - 534 Peterson 181 246 205 *3.: 1166 Rosslk 187 MO 193 560 Peterson 204 204 215 623 1113 Peterson shot six games without an error. Morgan shot 158 ''Duck" pins. How do you like it McNutt? Morgan and L«o went Into second pine** last night with 1225, Leo getting fi»r high Individual game. Mown li4 1,1 HI Lee 2VS 18$ 255 649 # 1225 A I*. C got a trimming last night at. the hands of tho Klein's Smoke Mouse captain. A. B. C 195 168 —523 I'ako 2u’» 214 245 664 John was the star last night In Polar Ire «*ream games scoring 23S and 224 totaling 919 for 5 gam os Larry 137 136 151 144 167—725 Lyman 154 1.35 146 166 163—753 Marry 97 80 112 139 137—565 John 1 ► 2: '.s 224 168 169—919 Art 127 126 116 129 153—711 KLEIN S SMOKE HOUSE McNutt 166 -—166 ("oeta 133 183 3t6 Byrnes 15 5 214 174 M 3 Jacobs 167 ISt 176 523 Bosslk MS 181 170 499 Steclo 156 169 140 465 Totals 792 878 842 —2512 LOOP MARKET McGuire IX3 152 147 482 West l (0 74 mo 47 4 Ward 171 199 167 527 Morgan 131 ——l3l Carmen 170 171 341 Coward ISO iso 174 534 Totals 525 575 789—2489 Klein's Smoke Mouse lost the first gamo last night with the Loop Market but grabbed the next two ami the scrl«*s by 23 pins. Byrnes took the honors of the even ing with 214 and 513. Tonight's game will m the Coca Cola and Orange Crush trams In action. A hard battle Is r h* doled for tonight, these two teams being tied for first place. Ernie and Verne wire too fast last night winning 6 out of 6 games from Eddie and Merrill. Verne .. 167 125 171 166 179 143—941 Ernie .. M 2 94 177 102 144 127—756 1697 Eddie .. 97 115 I*s 123 119 106—665 Merrill . 137 124 162 131 143 162—859 1524 Ihi\vl• • r'i going to the Denver tourna ment the week of the 20th should k- t together and get lined up.