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M’GINNITY SIGNS NEW GROUNDTENDER
Schoener Renegs on Local
Proposition, Going to
St. Louis.
John Kennedy, who Is responsible for
the excellent shape In which the Jertey
City Baseball Park has been laid out,
will be the Newark groundkeeper this
year. Kennedy Is one of the best la id
scapo artists In the country, and the
Jersey City Club was loath to let him
go, but McGinnlty made It worth his
while by bidding higher than the Jer
sey City Club could or cured to pay
for Ills services, and Joe landed his
man.
—sAM 4ML
Arthur Schoener, who was to have
been caretaker for the Tiger pasture,
has hooked up with the f?t Louts Car
dinals since accepting the terms of the
Newark Club, as told last week, and
McGinnlty had to get another man.
Schoener had expected to start In on
the Newark grounds last week, but
failed to show up. Yesterday he sent
a telegram explaining that he had ac
cepted a position with Roger Bresna
han and asked to have his trunk sent
to him at Baltimore, where, he makes
his home.
Manager McGinnlty would like to
have local carpenters put in bids for
Lhe job of erecting the new 60 by 260
foot grandstand. Bids for the new
grandstand chairs will close Monday
next.
A contract was sent to Jimmy Frick,
the new Tiger third-saeker, today. He
lives in Iowa, Kan.
Long John Anderson, the former
Providence first-sacker who quit the
game of his own accord last year, has
written to the Gruy management ask
ing for a chance to get back into the
game. He spent last season building
houses, which was not strenuous enough
for him.
Sammy Frock, the former Provldencs
pitcher, Is holding out for more salary
from the Rustlers. Frock was second
only to Mattcrn In winning games for
the Beansters last year.
Jack Dunn was reelected president of
the Baltimore club at a meeting of the
club officials yesterday. The organiza
tion enjoyed a most successful season
last year.
Secretary Frank McTague says that
the diamond at Lakewood Is far su
perior to the tine on which the Tigers
worked outsat Danville last year.
Wilmington has been admitted Into
the Tri-State League, the Williamsport
franchise figuring In the transfer.
Otis Johnson, lasf year's shortstop
for the Skeeters, and Louis Lltscljl,
once on the Newark pay-roll, signed
with the Yankees yesterday.
Fred Tenney is In New York again
seeking players from McGraw. That
story to the effect that he was after
Mike Donlln is a press-agent gag. Dun
lin expects to play on a semi-pro team
which he will manage next summer.
Fred Jacklitseh, the Phllly catcher,
was denied his plea for his freedom by
the National Commission yesterday.
Ele declared that there was a verbal
agreement that he was to be a free
agent when the Phillies could no longer
use film. He will have to go to Roches
ter now or quit organized baseball.
"Red” Murray has deserted the “H.
O” League.
Bob Pender, who umpired In the Vir
ginia State League Inst year, has been
signed for two years. Pender was the
best "ump" in the Virginia League last
year.
Besides Wally Clement. Joe Lond
rigan and Catcher Crist are to be let
out by Jersey City. The Skeeter man
agement has asked waivers on these
three players and they are on the mar
ket.
Ward Miller, the outfielder sold to
Montreal by Cincinnati, refuses to p'pn
a Royal contract. He says that ne will
run his jewelry business in Dixon. 111.,
rather than play In Montreal.
Lessee R. Harrington, of the Reeky
Point Baseball Park, where the Grays
play their Sunday games, has pur
chased the plant outright and can do
I rli A, .L J..I_9_1_t
his own dictating to the Providence
management now.
Jack Dunn, jr,, la one of the promis
ing baseball players In the squad of the
Baltimore City College.
Bill Bradley, the veteran Cleveland
third-sacker, is satisfied with the con
tract offered to him by Joe Kellsy ar d
has signed it.
ROOTERS’
. COLUMN
To the Sporting Editor of the Evening Star:
I think the line-up for the Newark
Eastern League team loblts pretty good,
but if “Mac” can get' better, why, so
much the better for him. We need the
pennant here and I hope they "cop” it
this year. Here is the line-up: Agler,
first base (he ought to beat last year's
record); Smith, second base (I hope we
have him there—he looks good to me);
Frick, third base (he may do, but we
want Zimmerman if we can get him);
Louden, shortstop (I hope he leads
them this year); Kelly, in left (looks
good); Swayne, in centre (I hope he
comes up better than Jake); Ganley, in
right (will lead them all this year);
Meyers, for sub infield and outfield, and
Brown, for the outfield, look good to
me. I don’t know much about Nei or
Nee, the new tnfielder, to give my esti
mation. McAllister, X suppose, is as
sured of being first catcher, and then
there is Hearne, McCarthy and Cady
to pick for second ^md third catcher
and substitute first baseman. “Mac”
has himself, Johnson, Lee, Parklps,
Cleary, and I think he would be wise
If he gave Spade another chance lo
see If he can do as much as he did In
the big show. He may show the peo
ple of Newark what he did the first
game he pitched here last year, but he
may not also. I think it would be good
to give him a chance, as well us Boh
Ganley. Hoping this Is not knocking
anybody on the Newark team, I re
main,
A PENNANT-WINNING FAN. J
To the Sporting Editor of the Evening Star:
I don’t want to be taken for a "sore
head” or a "knocker,” but I would like
to have your valuable opinion on the
following: Don’t you think If Joe Mc
Glnnity expended a little money he
would be able to secure as good play
ers as Kelley and Ganzel have? This
talk about these two men being “In
Dutch” with the major league mag
nates I think Is "bosh.” If Ganzel of- I
fered $1,000 for a player and Joe Me- j
Ginnity offers $1,500 I don’t think there i
is any doubt about who will get the
player.
Don’t you feel a little shaky when
you look at this: McConnell. Hughes,
Dessau, Lafitt ', Manning and Manser,
pitchers; Mitchell and Jacklitsch,
catchers; Spencer, first base; Alper
rnan, second base; Ward, third base;
Foster, shortstop; Moeller, right field; j
Batch, left field, and Osborne, centre
field. I don’t know what they are go
ing to do with Simmons and Moran,
but they are two pretty handy men to
have around, and the shock comes
when you look at our Ilne-up In com
parison with theirs.
If he trains the team in South Jer
sey he will save a lot of money on rail
road expenses—then why not invest
this with a little more money In one or
two players that will’help bring the
first pennant to Newark. The fans in
Newark have been very patient waiting
for the much-longed-for "rag,” but as
yet there has been nothing doing.
The new park, T suppose, will* be
very nifty, but as the saying goes,
"Fine feathers do not make fine birds”
will apply In this ease, as a fine ball
park will not win a pennant.
Now, don’t put me down as a “knoff
lt-n.ll,” or someone that is trying to
run the team, even though the letter
does sound a little that way. These
have been my sentiments for a long
time, and It makes me feel better to
get them out of my system.
I will close now, wishing you and the
"Rooters’ Column" the best of siteeess.
Yours tduly, T. MADDEN.
Roseville dropped to the cellar po
sitlon In the Junior Leagme as a re
sult of their losing three games to Eliz-.
abeth on their own alleys last night.
Newark Bay leads, Jersey City Is sec
ond, Montclair third and Elizabeth
fourth.
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UNCLE JACK’S PUZZLES—NO. 008.
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WHAT IS THE NAME OF THIS CITY?
AFTER you have made the additions and subtractions shown above the re
sult will Hive you the name of a city near Newark. Can you guess
Its name? After you have found the answer fill out the coupon below
and send It to Uncle Jack, the STAR, Newark. N. J.
The sir' and hoy who send In the
neatest correct answers can have theti^1
choice of a box of paints, a good book,
a penknife or any one of several very
fascinating games. If the writing is
not legible the coupon will be rejected.
Uncle Jack will publish the picture of
any prize-winner who cares to semi
him a photograph. Ting-pong and tin
type pictures cannot be used.
Only children under 15 years of age
are eligible to compete. Be sure to
place a two-cent stamp on the en
velope. to avoid dejsy at the postofllce.
The names of the prize-winners will be
announced in the STAR on Friday eve
ning, January 27.
THE PRIZE-WINNERS.
Tiie correct answer to last Friday’s
rebus puzzle wus Brazil. The following
children sent In the neatest correct an
swers and wore awarded the prizes:
GRACE A. MEAD, aged 8, 44 Murray
street, Newark (game); CARL STEV
ENS, aged 8, 419 Market street. New
ark (game).
“BRANCH BROOK” '
NIGHT TO BE GALA
EVENT THIS YEAF
BY BERT DODGE.
TOE LUNN, JR., has perfected ar
I in nge-ments for "Branch Brool
/ Night” In the STAR headpln tour
nament. If the plana go through as pei
schedule the affairs will be the larges'
in the history of the tournament. Lunr
has arranged to have twenty-six team!
roll, in thirteen squads. The timetable
provides for them to start the competi
tion at 7 o'clock Friday night, Januarj
27, and to keep up the fun until aboul
12:30 o'clock, the last squad betnf
scheduled to start Its work at mid
night.
Lunn, who Is the president and or
ganizer of the Branch Brook Amateui
Baseball League, has done good worh
in arranging for "Branch Brook Night'
in the STAR headpln tournament, and
he has been ably assisted by several
enthusiastic lieutenants.
Lunn has called the attention of all
the bowlers to the fact that in order tc
accommodate such a small army of pin
knights strict attention must be paid to
the schedule. He says that it has been
arranged that. If any team fails to ap
pear, it will bo placed last on the list.
KfaT ■**&.*' '"V
Joe l.uuu.
He believes, however, that all the
bowlers will cooperate and that things
will run off smoothly. Below is a com
plete list of the teams which are to
perform and also a time-table, show
ing at just what hour each team will be
called on:
7 p. m.—College Colts, G. Walker, Jim
Lawlor, Steve Boole, Charles Mack, F.
Clifford; College A. A., J. Ball, B. Lunn,
C. Clifford, W. Van Ness, G. Cowan.
7:25 p. m.—Bayley A. A., Leo Cook,
F. Hayes, Ben Snellen, G. Limpert, Leo
Barrett: Bayley Wanderers, E. Green,
Charles Cook, John Garrity, A. Mann,
Sandy Doremus.
7:60 p. m.—Bayley Colts, Q. Ward, H.
Snellen, M. Barrett, J. McSperltt, T.
Murphy; Chadwick Colts, Buck Heery,
F. Hanson, H. Ball, R. Hausle, W.
Kinsey.
8:15 p. m.—Chadwick Wanderers, J.
Dux, W Henry, J. McDonald, Mart
Cliiljrd, Walt Moore; Acme A. A., J.
McGowan, J. Lawlor, J. Foley, H. Mc
Ilwig, H. McGowan.
8:40 p. m.—Lakesides, A. Brittlng, C.
Britting, J. Speary, A. Speary, Jr., J.
Lunn, jr.; Clifton A. A., C. Marthlas, J'.
Wooley, W. liagenbruck, A. Wiedman,
W. Henderson.
0:10 p. m.—Juck’s Lim Club, J. Min
gle, W. Vreeland, R. Marthlas, J. Trow;
J. Erb, jr.; Teddy's Horribleikes, G.
Rawson, L. Lehman, Art Shepard, E.
Mathews, Teddy Dietsch.
9:40 p. m.—The Brlttings, A. Britting, J.
Britting, E. J. Feller, Georgie Britting,
G. Britting; Rltger Five, W. Rltger, B.
Rltger, O. Ritgor, F. Rltger, P. Rltger.
10:10 p. m.—Klingers Day Class, G.
Matthews, A. Klinger, M. Herman, W.
Poole, jr., W. Sommers; Klingers Night
Class, A. Hagel, jr., T. McGovern, J.
W. Poole, sr., W. Decker, E. Shaw
,'ross.
10:35 p. m.—Diotch's Wonders, J. Sex
ton, J. Smith, W. A. Eisenbach, M.
Lehlbaeh, W. Page; Klinger’s Imeantos,
Frank Klinger, A. Speary, sr., P. O’Neil,
J. Lunn, sr., A. Hagel, sr.
11 p. m.—Chadls Twilights, G. F.
Snellen, M. Mullee, H. McCloskey, J.
H. Blumsteln, F. J. Chadwick; Hearon
Five, J. Hearon, C. Hearon, B. Hearon,
E. Hearon, J’oe Hearon.
11:20 p. m.—Chesters, T. Vesey, Head
ley, Conway, Burte, Sullivan; Melrose
A. A., C. Widman, W. Hagel, E. Mc
Gulrk J. Farrell M. Bull.
11:40 p. m.—Highland Stors, W. Wid
man, W. Madden, C. Rlker, L. Drovan,
J. Foltzer; Walker’s Quacks Quacks, E.
Kocher, S. Lunn, G. Hildebrant, B.
Limpert, W. Bannon.
12 a. m.—Acme A. A. No. 2, Farring
ton, Burns, Schuman, G. f’oley, J. Cobb:
Acme A. A. No. 3, H. Fl|Ost, E. Keene,
VV. Guerin, Rogers, C. Terhune.
Entries for the STAR headpln tour
nament have been received from the
Baptist five and also from Dan Dee
vers' bowlers. The competition will be
,'ontinued tonight on the Iroquois al
leys, it being "Demmer Night.” Ten
learns from Charley Demmer’s alleys
will come down to try their luck at
bitting the headpln.
The Newark League bowling match
between the Park A. A. and West End
team will be rolled January 26.
Valuable Item
for IVen
Health and strength hitherto un
known will be felt surging in rich
red blood through the arteries and
veins and life’s greatest ambitious
may be readzed as never before, if
the following special treatment Is
followed by those men. and women,
too. who are stricken with that
most dreaded of all afflictions,
nervous exhaustion, accompanied
with such symptoms as extreme
nervousness, insomnia, cold extrem
ities, melancholia, headaches, con
stipation a ik? dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, dreadful dreams of direful
disaster* timidity in venturing and
a general inability io act naturally
at all times as other people do.
Lack of poise and equilibrium in
men is a constant source of embar
rassment. even when the public
least suspects it. For the benetft
of those who want a restoration to
full, bounding health and all the
happiness accompanying It. the fol
lowing home treatment is given. It
contains no opiates or habit-form
ing drugs whatever. Mix it at home
and no one will be the wiser as to
your affliction.
The treatment is Blraple, thorough
and correct. Leading druggists sup
ply the main tinctures, extracts and
essences in one-ounce bottles, ready
to mix Get tnree ounces syrup
sarsaparilla compound, mix with
one ounce compound fluid balmwort,
and stand two hours. Add one
ounce compound essence oardiol and
one ounce tincture cadomene com
pound (not cardamom). Shake well
and take a teaspoonful after each
meal and one at bedtime.
The ingredients are used for vari
ous prescriptions.
I Hundreds of Sensational Bargain Thrillers
Have been added to the grand aggregation of price-wrecked merchandise which is being ruthlessly slaughtered In this mammoth
EXPANSION SALE
factory lots and overproductions, BOUOHT AT OUR OWN PRICE, go to swell the
mig ty torrent of incomparable values that have swept Newark in every direction
ElKLD high YOUR BARGAIN HOPES AMP Y1U WILL WOT BE CI3APPQ1WTED
FOR WOiiE THAW YOU COULD POSSIBLY ANTICIPATE WILL BE RE LIZEO
If your dollars were rubber they couldn’t stretch further. Below we quote only a few
of the many of these, the biggest and best bargains that human eyes ever rested upon
I Cloaks, Suits, Furs, Waists, Underwear, Etc. I
All new and up-to-date, going at prices that in many instances don’t even cover the cost of the materials
SATURDAY MORNING SPECIAL, 9 to 11 |
liinucuie /For tw0 hours on,y wc win se" Women’s E
ffUMLH 5 1 Dressing Sacques or Kimonos, nude of |
prr «Q touting or flannelette in a variety of g
ncu, 03C /oriental and floral patterns, *
DRESSING and dark colors, all sizes, InA !
UKt!>a,”“/and i.aUy finished, from 9 to li I-J l_ g
SACQUES f n. tomorrow, each. IW1# I
QUANTITY LIMITED
I WIIRilli 11 ll I" I' PI Hill «k
75c Union Zephyr 75c Black
Suits Shawls Petticoats
Close knit, pure Fancy knit shawls Women’s fine
white fleece lined or scarfs of fine black sateen petti
garments in all zephyr, in . plain C0lt with deep
sizes, for children, white and colored „
misses and women, borders, regular rutfled flounce,
up to 46, sale #1.50 values, sale *lw*ys 75c, sale
price, suit price Pnce
39c j 69c 34c
SATURDAY MORNING SPECIAL, 10. to 12 I
/ Fine all wool coat sweaters, fancy knit, B
REGULAR i single .and double-breasted, with large H
rn e* 1 pearl buttons, and pockets,
III white and colms, all Blzes, for II HI ft n
\ women and iiiIrrpb, up to $4.00 11
COAT i values, for 2 hours only, from 10 |I||R| H
j to 12 Saturday morning. www n
SWEATERS' QUANTITY LIMITED
Flannel Ribbed Knit
Gowns Hose Urierwear
Women’s fine Regular 19c For women,
fleeced, striped , ., , , misses and chil
tlannelette night heavy ribbed dren; all sizes in
gowns, plain col- hose for boys and vests and pants;
ored, rutiled col- . , 35c and 39c gar
lars and cuffs; 75c girls, Sizes up to nients; sale price
values tor 10; sale price, pr. each
1 SATURDAY EVENING SPECIAL, 5 to 7
/ Heavy, close knit sweaters* coat
• i styles: various colors, some with con
i’! MEN’S of l trasting borders, all sizes,
WnUEU’* ■ regular 75c and #1.00 gar
nUmEN a \ ments, Saturday evening
ft ' SWEATERS / from 5 to 7 only.
j \ QUANTITY LIMITED
■ujm.'unavju,i!'Uiuj|:mair°!3EYTr,~.-^’trS
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME MILES FOR ONE OF THESE COAT & g -
5.97 For Women’s $12.50 to $18 floats
Just 85 Coats in this lot, all late models; included are Fine Curly
Caraculs, Heavy Kerseys, Stylish Zibe
lines and Novelty Mixtures in black and
colors, all 52 inches long, with sailor, notch and rolling col
lars; some full lined, others half and quarter lined. Not a coat
in the lot worth less than $12.50—more $15 and $18 values— s
and please remember there are just 85 coats in the lot to
go at the record-breaking low price $5.97.
I uufiMgu»e f A wonderful bargain group, embrac
IffUmCn j 1 |ng many new and fashionable coat
$12 AND $15 models,in variety of stylish materials,
■ j coat, lined with satin, all sizes, sale
l SUITS l price....
$4 HURTS $25 SUITS S8.5 J COATS
Handsome street All profit gone and Stylish, serviceable
Skirts, of English some of the cost on 50-inch garments, for
„ Panamas and mohair these elegant tailor- women, misses and
in black and colors, made suits, in the juniors, made of plain
new pleated and gored latest models, of di- colored heavy chev
models, embroidered agonals, serges, broad- iots and fancy mix
or trimmed with satin cloths, etd., in every tures: not one worth
folds—all <4 AA conceivable ft QQ less than
lengths, tx- | hM color, all II QQ $8.50,many
pansion sale I ' w , sizes—sale J'vv worth more
price. 1 price. w —sale price
f UNPARALLELED UNDERMUSLIN BARGAINS
(Th _ FOR RESULAR 25. CORSET COVERS —made of
w good muslin and neatly trimmed with lace.
50c Corset Covers 39c Corset Covers
> of soft nainsook, a variety of of fine soft muslin, tufked. lace *
lace, embroidery . and ribbon trimmed garments, drawn with
trimmed styles to se- ft 4g ribbon, in this lot are | ft
lect from; also drawers, also drawers, sale price, I ftH
'/ choi«.. each. ■
^$1.50 AND $1.75 UNDERMUSLINS, 77o
f $3.50 SILK WAISTS 'j ’ riino Al Less Than
I An extraordinary big bargain; mad© of soft jm on lUnO Manufacturer's Cost
taffeta silk, In all til. most popular shales: open rgiU«? 1 t
■ fronts ni atl.v tucked, finished with cascade oi ruffles 1 I ( to to an
1-expansion sale piles.*. I J < Ri8u!tr *2 *nd *"5?
v ? Muffs and Scarfs reduced
i to, choice each.
Big Bargains Told in Single Lines j1.87i I .
Children’s 75c Flannelette Dresses.29o ^ Regular $8.50 and $10 Q QQ i
Men’s regular 75c heavy Underwear...33c pur reduced to only VailO B
Women’s 35c Flannelette Petticoats. 17c ) 5 I
Women’s 85c Shirtwaists, only.36c AH our higher priced MtS it W
’ , w ia a.4A < well as Fur Coats reduced to tht < ■
Women’s 39c Kayser Knit Gloves.19c > most ridiculous low prices. ] |
Men’s 75c Heavy Work Shirts.33c __ _ j ■
Z‘XL THE UNITED SALES SYNDICATE .tHT
I 59 & 61 MARKET STREET, COR. PLANE STREET, NEWARK, N. J.
'——————_ _._ __
I*** ’ BOWLING SCORES ON LOCAL ALLEYS LAST NIGH*f |
GREATER NEW YORK.
Dunbar Forge* Ahead.
Dunbar. 203 207 236 210 232 213
Lindsey. 175 170 233 174 .3)1 .-01
Noack OiillunvU Bonadlea.
Noack . 147 209 215 185 247 240 207 188 223 235
Bonadlea ... 166 161 lft) 191 178 212 224 197 194 203
Athletic League.
JERSEY CITY. EAST ORANGE.
Harris ... ISO 224 191 Smith . 177 2u4 179
Lamster.. 214 193 180 Ferber .... 171 172 237
Bowman.. 178 182 2.0 Froggett .. 180 106 159
Brundage. 157 233 184, Huff . 192 203 180
Meyer .... 193 192 173 Baker . 206 225 200
Totals... 922 1024 90S’ Totals .... 926 970 955
Junior Athletic League.
ROSEVILLE. [ ELIZABETH.
Boyce . 171 179 141|Rlchtors ... 138 170 168
Hammach r 213 181172'E.W celwr’t 203 151 233
Burnham... 191 155 138 Corbett ....178 189 140
Rising . 204 168 mirenuey . 186 183 15a
OeVausney 138 154 162 L-W'eelwr't 209 174 200
Totals.... 917 838 R0fl| Totals. 934 867 896
Worthington Tournament.
WORTHINGTON’ 3. | WORTHINGTON 6.
Millspaugh ... 133 OSISmith . 148 99
\\ Ssterdale ... 75 136jf-lard ...11912a
Lanstrom ..... 126 146|0’Nell . loll 158
— —| Totals . 376 382
Totals . 334 3S0|
WORTHINGTON 6. | WORTHINGTON 4.
Smith .HlWLInk . 109 126
Hard . 126 118|Mllling.- . 72 94
O’Neil . 121 ISliBosch . 110 138
Totals . 358 3861 Totals . 851 358
WORTHINGTON 3. | WORTHINGTON 4.
Millspaugh ... 106 88 [.ink . 117 131
Westeidale ... 107 174|Milliug . 88 110
tjiinstrom — 130 1C8 Bosch . 140 lJi
Totals . 343 390! Totals . 345 369
Patton Pnlnt Tournament.
MIX. PAINT D’T. ! HAILWAY DEP’T.
Detthof ... 160 175 18313teele . 194 219 185
Bitt . 161 165 187 Flanagan .. 138 98 129
White .... „ 202 178 186 Vlgars . 197 195 223
Totals ...526 518 5561 Totals ...629 512 537
VARNISH DEP’T. I LAB’TORY DEP’T.
O’Brien ... 121 132 178 Forsyth .... 152 130 114
Snxe . 137 129 171 Warner ....178 172 139
Rider . 152 139 144 Boyle . 169 145 162
Totals ... 410 400 493 Totals ... . 499 447 415
Siihurljnn Lookup*
NATIONALS. | ELKS.
Dreuiel .... 137 119 1961 Wilson . 100 2101t>6
Brucker ... 152.169 18i[Koehler .... 158 168 1 56
Ireusch ... 211 162 1701 Voegten ... 122 172 160
Elsey . 194 174 174|Keppler ••• 167 180 '89
Oppel . 225 119 HfflFandi rs .... 194 167 161
Totals.... 919 773 S96| Totals. 801 897 822
WEST END. 1 N IC TURNERS.
Murphy ... 172 174 140 Spann . 142 145 161
Kiser . Ho 125 19llBohrer . 139 17818!
McManus.. 188 218 13.x,E. Bevensee 121174 19.1
Donnelly .. 1X7 195 192 Brucgmnn.. 114 153 101
Kinney .... 210 149 161 A. Bevensee 165 190 21(
Totals ... 852 861 822 Totals .... 684 840 85!
Newark Church League.
CENTRAL M. E. I CENTENARY*
Nevttt . 150 184 143|Slioemaker. 166 113 15!
Jacobson... 138 168 163IMartliis .... 149 174 16!
Stiles . 182 173 188|OypherB ... 169 146 151
R'tchle .... 114.| Fra ley . 168 145 191
Graef . 159 161 139:Ryerson ... 173 197 1)1
Alexander. .,. 138 157| — — rr
-1 Totals 82b 77t» 84)
Tota'ls_ 743 824 7901
HALSEY M. E. I BETHANY*.
W.Harding 177 159 159|Baker . 125 lo7 lit
Young . 154 178 181|Proohaska.. 13119112!
ruson . 179 126 182 Richter .... 168 132 16)
Weakleln.. 178 1 34 131 Bert 1 . 163 128 13!
A. Harding 100 154 139 A. Idler. 145 128 131
Totals.... 788 751 791 Totals. 732 734 681
A delayed advertisement brings only the after
math of trade. It’s the first call that capture!
the procession of customers.
t BOWLING TONIGHT. £
£ - *
4 STAR HEADPIN TOURNEY £
£ — (Demmcr night)—Ten teams 4
4. min Charley Demmer's alleys, £
4 on Iroquois alleys. 4*
£ ATHLETIC LEAGUE — Eliza- 4
. 4 beth i t Montclair. £
4 NEWARK LEAGUE—Elks at 4.
£ National Turners. £ j
* PYTHIAN LEAGUE—No. 99 £ [
4 vs. Ethic, Elizabeth vs. Kearny, 4
£ on Oxford alleys. £
4 BELLEVILLE FRATERNAL I [
£ LEAGUE—Royal Arcanum vs. 4 j
£ Odd Fellows, Knights of Colum- J
* bus vs. Junior Order, on Belle- >3. [
4 ville Club's alleys. 4
X ELKS’ LEAGUE—New- York V
■ < at Rutherford. 4
£ NEWARK CHURCH LEAGUE 4
,. —Clinton Hill vs. South Park, on X
•' Clifton alleys. 4
£ MERCANTILE LEAGUE—Gas +
, 1 Co/npany vs. Elizabeth Central, X
” on Iroquois alleys. 4
LIFE IN3URANGE LEAGUE £
> 1 —Prudential vs. Mutual Benefit, 4.
4 on Albion alleys, Manhattan. 4
£ VAILSBURG LEAGUE—Ash- T
■ • worth at Christensen. 4
4 DAM TOURNEY — Falrmount 4
!; A, Dew, Imperial, on Jake Dam’s £
■ • alleys. 4
K R A E M E R T O U RNEY— 4
., Dandy, Lincoln, Northern, on
•• Kraemer’s alleys. 4
£ WALSH TOURNEY—Outlaws, T
.. Jersey Lillies, Greene, on Walsh’s £
’1 alleys. 4
£ ORANGE CHURCH LEAGUE £
. < —Hawthorne Avenue vs. Holy £
; ‘ Trinity, Trinity Congregational 4
* I vs. First Presbyterian, on Alpha £
«• alleyB, Orange. £
4 GREATER NEW YORK AND 4
£ INTERCITY INDIVIDUAL £
4 TOURNEY—Riddell vs. Johns. 4*
4 on Oxford alleys; Jarrett vs. 4
£ Welngarth, on Tuxedo alleys: £
4* Harris vs. Horan, on Hudson 4
£ alleys, Hoboken; Quinn vs. Prlo, 4
£ on Park Circle alleys, Brooklyn. £
* EICHENLAUB TOURNA- 4
£ M E N T — Illghprlnts. Commer- 4
X clals. Night Owls, on Elchen- £
4 laub's alleys.
4444444444444444+444444444
S1111 til Tournament.
NIANTIC. I KRUEGER.
J. Coburn .... 15116l| Coglilau . 189118
W. Coburn ... 187 142 Dennebaum.... 170190
Rue . 198 ISO' Schott . 200 191
Totals . 486 4831 Totals . 539 639
KRUEGER. 1 EMANON.
Coghlan . 163172 Plum . 179185
Dennebaum .. 182 777 l.lndy . 159 179
Schott . 198 152 Sweet . 144 166
Totals.,545 570 Totals . 482 530
NIANTIC. I EMANON.
J. Cotmrti .... 170 1581 Plum . 142173
W. Coburn .’ . 227 170: Lindy . 210 159
Rue .. 181180 Sweet . 128 223
Totals . 378 5081 Totals .420 518
EASTERN LEAGUE.
Individual Mutch.
Nelson (Rrooklyn). 212 18!) 198 232 215
Heins, New York). 225 193 280 258 2,9
Two-man Match.
BROOKLYN. | NEW YORK.
Oray . 197 16S 1811 Pump . 170 191 267
Nelson .... 192 204 2151 Heins . 228 177 232
Totals ... 389 372 3!8l! Totals .... 398 368 499
Thrcc-mnn Match.
BROOKLYN. NEW YORK.
Gray . 152 14S 214 Pump . 169 164 194
Sohroeder.. 163 1 4 21 Steinquest. 157 175 158
Nelson .... 195 212 226 Ilelns . 216 216 235
Totals ... 510 614 654 Totals .... 626 565 685
Flvr-mnn Match.
BROOKLYN. NEW YORK.
Haggerty.. 134 160 180 Junge . 169 194 173
Sohroeder. 165 152 209 Hahn . 146 144 176
Pryor . 154 171170 Wlttmer ... 187 148 153
Heuer . 201' 169 144 Steinquest. 226 174 175
Gray . 122 169 176 Heins . 181 167 207
Totals ... 776 810 879 Totals .... 898 827 884
New Jersey National Tournament.
TUXEDO' B. IRONSIDE.
Maine* ... .•.157 Weitlauf .163
Wilde . 153 Harrison .169
Haas . Ilk) Young .163
Steel . 157 Holzhauer .161
Adams . 183 Meyer .147
Total . 810 Total .793
TUXEDO B. ELIZABETH.
Malnes . 158 Blythe .187
Wilde . 172jRleloker .114
Haas . 220 Sellers .184
Steel . 144 Maloney .ICO
Adams . 209 Clauss .146
Total .. 909 Total . 820
IRONSIDE. | ELIZABETH.
Weitlauf . 150 Blythe .190
Harrison . 174 Rlelcker .151
Young . 188'Sellers .180
Holzhauer . 175!Maloney .2<I8
Meyer .134jClauss .156
Total . 8211 Total .885
Mercantile hragnt,
HYATT. | D. STRAUS.
Geyer . 160 139 134|WUson . 174 138 177
Horack ... 1401101281J. Straus... 163 163 Ids
Nauman .. 130 186 163|Mager . 149 127 114
Mnsetta ... 163 161 169Struck . 145 159 148
Duffy . 150 166 120|Sehmauder. 148 185 162
Totals.. . 743 762 714' Totals. 779 772 760
Fire Insurance League.
RYERSON. TROWBRIDGE.
Monahan . 160 2111 Steele . 136167
Spaulding - 114 136'RarteII . 120 164
King .;... 117 100|Vollmer . 144 143
H. Gebhard... 141 119'Kress . 171152
Ryerson . 166 168Trnwbrldge ... 177187
Totals . 698 7321 Totals . 747 813
Elks* I.ramie.
PLAINFIELD. I BROOKLYN.
Nash . 184 168 201 Fallek . 18S 179 167
Causbrook 161 201 1451 P. Ling.... 175 179 124
Stout . 223 216 183 Kenningt’n 177 149 147
Blatz . 153 135 200 F. Ling ... 178 180 182
Campbell.. 171 159 173 T. Ling ... ICC 192 203
Totals .. 892*879 908 Totals ... 884*879 823
•Roll-off—Plalntield, 75; Brooklyn, 74.
Jr. O. 1). A. M. League.
ADAMS. | EAST ORANGE.
Bander ... 192 183 1941 Jeffreys ...163 186 171
Hilliard ... 1«7 203 154 Condlt . 221 154 150
Meldrum... 242 186 ISO' Warner .... 150 1 1 140
si'hechterle 214 166 223' Taylor . 160 172 164
Ayres 177 ISO 126; Brokaw ... 163 17S 177
Totals ... 992 918 947! Totals .... 857 841 777
North Orange Itnpttst League.
WETHER. ; BIBLE STUD'T L.
Whitman .. 158 170 SOliToops . 156 169 168
Becker .... 120.IPoeller . 145 187 180
Hughes. 183 137 Waekeneeld 166 156 206
Kiersted .. 162 13S 120IConcloyea... 139 155 198
Davis . 144 165 189iLyons . 129118 142
Carpenter.. 188 183 146 -
rn_. , — — ~ Totals .... 736 815 893
Totals ... 762 789 7931
Dnm Three-Man Tourney. ‘
VALLEY A. C. | LITTLE THUS®
Heilman ...161 1421 Cook ........234 17P
Stoddart ...152 129|Kern.140 189
Miller .178 170j Uehmel .193 201
Totals ....488 4411 Totals ....BB7 B6L
MAPLEWOOD ! LITTLE THREE.
Brower -143 138|Cook .178 312 *
G. Gardner.133 lt*| Kern .180 173
H. Gardner.143 127 Dehmel .219 177
Totals ....419 417 Totals ....587 862
VALLEY A. C. MAPLEWOOD.
Heilman ...191 226; H. Gardner. 172 171
Stoddart ...163 165|Brower .176 175
Miller .192 176| G. Gardner.. 182 175
Totals ....546 667| Totals ....680 8211
Kraemer Tournament. <
DANDY. BUCHNER
Schober . 129 158 Schnlble .i<«189
Hohraan .132 113 Cooper . 189 149
Schneider 176 175 Axt . 187 140“
Totals . 437 443 Totals . 622 473
BUCHNER. PARKVIEW ‘
Schnlble . 169 199 Sack . 171 163
Cooper . 194 136 Rrown .. 199 171
Axt .161 167 Oliver 148 l£
Totals . 614 492 Totals . Si 446
PARKVIEW. DANDY
Sack . 201133 Schober .. 151 ja."
fJ,r1own .145 151 Hohraan . 1291(3 *
Oliver .161165 Schneider .182128
Totals . 507 419 Totals . 442 424
Empire Tonrnament.
HYPERION. NORTHERN No 1
Taylor .. 160 212 Smith . 157191
Schoenleber.. 169 19l Morrissey .... 19130B-I
Tlelsch . 202 177 Todd .. 148 U9
Totals. 631 637 Totals . 496 375 .«
HYPERION. NO ROSEVILLE 2,
Taylor .. 195 225 Newton . 181180
Schoenleber .. 202 201 Neary . 158 137
Tlelsch . 202 164 Llmpert .163 190
Total* . 699 593 Totals . 487 507
NORTHERN No. l.| NO ROSEVILLE 2. .
bedth . ISO 200 Newton . 114113
Morrissey .... 200 153 Neary . 123154
Todd .113 166 Llmpert . 149 178 • •
Totals. 493 519 Totals . m 445
Rubcnatein Tournament.
CELLULOID. I MANHATTAN.
C. Hafner. 165 Bender . 1®
Knud .161 Loder ..
D. Hafner. 109 Wolf . £
Alberts . 237 Koch . iX t
k* Kul*.JL77 Brady . 146 ... (j
Total . 899 Total . 'Si J
CELLULOID. NEWARK A * i
P Hafner. lSlKnnze ,K A‘
Jyay' .17SiWildeman 104
O. Hafner. 202Shuster .... .Hi
Alberts . 17G O'Connor . }!£
. 182 Weldele
Total .919 Total
MANHATTAN. NEWARK
Render . 166 Knnze^* ^
Brady . 145 Weldele ."..I":;;
TotaI . 7491 Total .....'m
_ Jewelers' I.eaitue
COVENANT | No 3
Coyle?1"... ’S’giggSfiy H9163 178
Cleveland'.. 123 961W KeHoj?# ""ffiUBisf
Handicap.. 120 120 120 Handicap'.'.'.' 1« lllxSe
To‘eureH484 “6 ToWa.wm'S
Total»- • ■■ 618 659 530: Totals.& t«7 m '
STAR WANT ADS BRING RESULT*.

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