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ISSchool Championship Game Postponed Gude Going to Bostonto ecure TourneyTHE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1915.9AGULTY MISERSIiinual Regimental Drill onWhite Lot Calls Off WesternBusiness Game.ECK PLAYS EASTERN TODAYlanual Trainers Picked to WinUnless Dope Is As UncertainAs It Has Been.By BRYAN MORSE.nx. nign Ecnooi cnumiJi"o"i'.Be. ill came between Business andWestern scheduled for Tuesday next'as been postopned by the tyoard oficulty advisers on account of theact that the high school regimentalind exhibition drill has been set forJhat day on the White Lot.The eame will bo played Wednes-'ay at American League Tark bar-cine bad weather and the schedulewill be followed through in order after that. Announcement of the highBchool drill for tho cadets wa3 sentout to the schools yesterday, and inorder not to run a counter attractionthe game was set back a day.Today Eastern and Tech take thefield In the fourth game of tho aeries.Tech la picked as the winner, althoughthe games to date have given no Indication of etienKth of the winning orlosing teams. Tech was supposed tohave the edge on Central, which got alltho breaks In tho llrst game.In the second contest Eastern waspicked aa a winner, when Businesscame through by a one-sided Bcore. Inthe third game Central was selected asVia lnErl.Alwlnnnp n-hflfl WeStCm CaUlOi through with a late rany, una, uusome generous neip irom wuuw, "Ut.vdvance notices from Tome Instituteko much of the fact tnai una "',fVi Trmn nnrlntpr. defeated UniZ"" AW.'W ,....- . -,"jver twice tnis winter muuuio. ;bo remembered perhaps, thatI,.,-,. J,, una nntnrorl In the 60-Varadajhes at the Georgetown meet and reViewed the limit handicap on Brewer1, both tho open ana scnoiuouu cium.nu- ot Alhan'a nvpr was DIOCCU U".XUU OV ". . . !.- trcratch, and had muo or nu -; "itch Hornsoy. L-asi dhiuj "r oprted with a strained tendon, andLldnot do himself Justice. It Is!i". ..: ,m k,. .in Tinrn Saturday,,.. f thp anrlnt events If theashlngton runners are In form.cnby.lllrd will Probably serve .them jroi ino -lecii .. ""; -rr"--,ay. illrcl nas o"n .- -jly or late anu . ;;- ,,.;-rti hriiTM ir uiven ijijmMih .jod support in fielding or batting.cvi.u. vantom'a mainstay In thebox, It ho overcomes his wild streaksaught to mane a. b "'"" " A"Zf'ech today. Tho Easterner has a fineecord for the vear. Wch Jncludes are-hlt game. He recently defeated St,ans.,.i..i i,n n 7 to 6 decision over St.ans yesterday, coming from behindkt winning in me oigiun """";Iey, who substituted lor narx ueitwubat, gpt three hits out of four timesAlarcn went mtciy iur ai.. .and retired from the game whenfeam was ahead. Central bunchedLnthe elghtn ior me win.iLGeorgetown Preps won a leg onlep school utle jesieraay, wnenL.T. was dereaxea Dy 10 a. jonn-Int. pltcning ror tno reps. nemI to a lone hit, while thelithered In ten as their share.FfnnniiH fifteen hnttera find cov-Fv.da1 wltti rrlnrv hv whn.niHniro hits in four trips to the plate.K.ot1 will nonri twpntv entries toW . yi n..w...r mnpnlnp TTnnr 1TI11Vt..l.-Vit 'Wrinrrnt Dvcler 'RiiaVi!P.it....,! Gnolilnl anH THHBA.t willFi robably go. St. Albans will snd Brew' er, Rose, Holmes. Sternberg, HouserI nnd Carter. "Western Is sending Maxajn,Griffith, and Peyton.Renewed Interest ShownIn Rowing at Yaleyaw HAVEN, May 7. Yale has aBvr-born rowing enthusiasm which isft direct result of tho coaching of GuyKtckalls. Ho seems to havo won theconfidence, not only of tha oarsmenthemselves, but of the student bod,the graduates young and old andthose members of tho raculty whofavor athletics.One of tho fruits of this revived zealIs the restoration of tho annual springregatta on tho lines of the affairs offormer years. The first one under thenew regimo will take plnco tomorrowon Lako Whitney a favorite Yale racing course of some seasons back.UHJrlYI.L Ji;M.-MWk..Y-)!BARGAINSGolf SuppliesMost complete andV"!,! new stock of McGregor'sWr nnd Wright & Ditson'sGolf Clubs, Balls, etc.Jecial prices for baseball uni-Rs and accessories to clubs.Ashing Tackle At PopularLOOD WORMS Tomor-T (Saturday),ifluseman & Fordiuu r oireecBOTHUESDAYASEBALLCONTESTGude Heads DelegationTo Bring Tourney HereWashington Bowlers and Two Members of Trades BodiesTry to Swing 1916 A. C. B. A. Bowling Congress to the' Capital Gather at Boston Next Monday.By KIRK C. MILLER.Six teams of duckpin and tenpin bowlers of Washington will mobilize in Boston next Monday for tho. two-fold purpose of influencing thenext tournament of the Atlantic Coast Bowling Association towardtho National Capital and for participating in the present tournamentwhich has been under way since May 29.With these bowlers will be William F. Gude and Adolph Gude, bothprominent emmbers of the Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trade, andRetail Merchants' Association, Washington's three leading commercialbodies, who will, together with the bowlers, conduct a campaign inBoston to bring tho 1916 classic to tho gates o fthc Capital. Benidesbeing interested in the tournament of the A. C. B. A., of which he ispresident, William F. Gude is going to Boston because he is anxious topresent personally the several inducements which Washington holds outfor the staging of a monster pin classic here next year. His brother,also an active "Boost for Washington," will assiBt him, as will thethirty bowlers.Theae Washlngtonlans will be armed with literature regarding- theplausibility of holding: the 1916 tourney here. One thousand ribbonbadges bearing the gilded lnacription,"Eoost for Washington, 1916," will bodistributed ameng tho bowlers of thaAtlantic ooaat who aro now amaasedIn Boston for the first gathering oftho Infant organization which hasbrought competition in tho throestylos of bowling, tenpins, duckplns,and candloplns, under one roof forthe first time.Mechanics' Hall, Bopton, will betho scene of the nomination and election of cities wherein the tournament Is desired a year hence, nexttWonday morning at 10 o'clock. Thathour will nnd the entire Washingtondelegation pulling every Wire for itshomo town. In addition, Philadelphia,Baltimore, and Boston Itself will bedirecting every cfloit toward holdinga Washington tournament in 1916,those cities having pledged the Capital their support. Rochester, N. Y.,aeema to be the city which Washington will have to defeat for tho event.That city and Buffalo, both etronffbowling cities, and well representedin tho present tournament, are tryingto keep tho event in their Rtato: butIt la thought that the Capltollanshave laid their plana well enough todefeat tho efforts of the New Yorkers.In the naming of tho city to get tho1916 tournament, tho vote of one town,Providence, Ib likely to have tho bignostInfluence In settling tho matter. Onoof the strougeBr duckpin towns in thoEast, it has an enormous Influence inthings bowling. Its delegates' have notdeclared themselves, but It is to bethought It will vote with Boston, whichIs known to favor Washington.Tho first delegation of bowlers leaving Washington will be tho Velvet Kindtenm, captained by Harry Armlger. ThoVelvets leave on the Pennsylvania roadat a o'clock tomorrow morning and willspend tne atternoon ana nignt seemstho Kights of New York city. At midnight tomorrow they will entrain fromNew York for Boston, and immediatelyon their arrivnl, tho ''Boost for Washington" campaign will bo commenced.The main squad of bowlers, includingthe Palace, Brunswicks and Home Clubteams depart on tho Federal Express at6:33 p. in. tomorrow. They will go directto Boston, by way of the Poughkeepslobridge and Join the Velvet Kind rollersat Mechanics' Hall, Sunday at noon.iiiuWWiViliiiifl i ni' LV ABflEi uErlllm El i mm m illRrt CS&artBll Mil HS.tft'4 kt MUMW fiiislii li f"3tt 1 a"A "CHARGE ACCOUNT"You'recharge anylence. Youyou.Potomac, the last team to leave Washington, will leave Sunday morning at 9o'clock and pursuo the same courie ofme velvet Kinds.Tho Hotel Lenox will be the heart-auartcrs of the bowlers during thetree-day stay In Boston.Horo Is the personnel of tho teamsThlch will take tho trip:Palace Capt Earlo T. Lewis, CharleaLemrrton, Harry Krauss, Harry Stanford nd ,T. Bernard Carroll.Velvet Kind Capt. Harry Armlger.Ray Chapln, Eddlo Howsor, JohnnyBaum and Buck Hawley.Brunswicks Capt. P. B. Fletcher.John Murphy. Joseph Mlchaud, TommyGeorge, Eddie MclCnew and M. II.Robb (sub).Home Club Capt. E. G. Weston, J.Mlkesll, M. Ferguson, Pratt and Sanderson. Potninacs Capt. Halbert Brown.Georgo Penn, Frank Holt, Joe Freeman and Harry Btevons.Senatora Capt. M. H. Robb, HarryKrauss. Ray Chapln, Eddlo Howscr andEddlo McKnow.All of tho above teams and individuals,except Senators, are entered in the flveman teims, doubles and singles of duckplns. The senators are entered In tonpins, teams and doubles.Ono of tho most valuable membersof tho Palaei team, "Pop" Halley, Isnot going to be dblo to make tho Bopton jaunt because of Jury duty. "Pop"Is a rcllublo bowler, pirllcularly onforeign alleys and ho is sure to bomissed.Wrestlers TrainingFor Benefit MatchFritz Hnnson and Joe Turner, whoclash in tho principal match of thebenefit performance to be tenderedManager George Peck, of the GayetyTheater, next Wednesday night, areboth putting in several hourB of strenuous training each day.This match Is to decide tho ownershipof a cup. belonging to Hanson, and abelt, belonging to Turner. Eachwrestler has put up hla mlddlcn eightemblem as a forfeit. Hanson won thesilver cup In four consecutive matcheswith athletes of aa many distinct nationalities. Pat O'Connor la expected tobe named referee for tho bout A. preliminary between Bumps Turner andSailor Naokca will furnish the curtainraiser.409 to 417 Seventh St N.If Our New Suits CouldOnly Sing Their Own PraisesYOU would hear a wonderful story a convincing story for they know thequality of fabrics and tailoring they embody. They know how much troubleand care the tailor took in moulding the shoulders and lapels and curving theback and waist. They know how splendidly they reach the correct style-note.IT'S SURPRISINGWHAT REALLY GOODVALUES WE CANGIVE YOU AT$17-50It's really wonderfulwhat up-to-the-minute stylewe can show you in thesuits at $17.50. Tailored tothe Queen's taste, made formen who want the latest,but not the freak, and in awonderful range of beautiful and serviceable materials. We'll suit you inthese suits and at a savingof S5 to $10.welcome to a "Charge Account" with us if you like.or all of your purchases andve an unlimited assortment10 DISCOUNT ON ACCOUNTS CLOSED IN 30LADIES WELCOME TOBOWLINGTONIGHTOccasion Has Been Set AsideFor Amusement and Entertainment of Fair Sex.Ladies' Night occupies the attentionof Washington's entire bowling colonyat tho Palace Alleys tonight when theMasonic duckpin teams roll.Friends of the bowlers will bo entertained and feasted by the City Association. Souvenirs and flowors willbe given each lady attending tho tourna. (ment and a band will render muBicthroughout the evening. Ladles' nighthas come to bo an annual feature ofthe city tournament, and tonight is tobe no exception in the way of olaborateprovisions for the care of the membersof the fairer sex.Harvey T. Rogers, "Pop" Halley, MooGoldberg. Harry Krauss and GeorgoCox. L. M., are in qharge of the arrangements. The bowling schedule follows:TEAMS 7:30 P. M.Columbia (Masonlo) BWash. Centennial BStansbury B846 16 21 a2 4Lafayette BEprilon BSouth East Stars ASINGLES-S:00 P. M.Class. Alleys.Wright AGoodman AMiller ALoveless AMoore ADulin CDOUBLES 0:0 P. M.Zlrkln and Burtner CHedges and Marteman.... BBeyer and Clark OWilliams and Davis CCarl and Kino CLenz and Ball CDOUBLES 10:30 P. M.Meany and Wocrtendyke. BSplesa and Rowdybush... BBrooks and Hurley CCostello and Daldy CGroff and Corning BKluge and Meyers BDozen Runs MarginOf Harvard VictoryCAMBRIDGE, May 7. Harvard overwhelmed University of Vermont, 14 to 2,the game being loosely played andmnrked by much difficulty with theumpire.In the third Inning Pitcher Gallagher,of Vermont, mado two balks, each witha man on third, and then, delivering thoball, his catcher, Merrill, Interferedwith the Harvard batters. UmpireBrady allowed both baso runners toscore and sent the batters to first base,thin being contrary to the rules andatartlng a lot of trouble. Finally thegame started again with the doclalon.standing, but there was no real sportafter thatBaseball Results.Penna, 3: Princeton, 1.Yale, 5: Lafayette, 2.Harvard, 14, Vermont, 2.Syracuse, 0; Michigan, 0 (eleven Innings, darkness).South Atlantic League.Augusta, 3, Jacksonville, 2.8avannah, 4; Columbus, 3.Columbia. 4: Albany, 1.Macon, 15; Charleston, 4.gr-M-SimsysV. Phone M 282$IS AT YOURarrange the payments to suitto select from and weIsamijiger ThinksGriffs in RunningJames C. Isaminger, tho Philadelphia sport writer, who isconceded to know considerableabout the national pastime,thinks Clark Griffith's band ofball players are strong contenders for American Leaguehonors. Ho saw yesterday'sgame at Shibe Park and todayhas tho following to say in thoNorth American:"Washington is a sure firo pennant contender. It is uncommonly strong in the points andsturdy on the defense, withenough batting strength to wingames. If Manager Griffithkeeps out of brawls with umpsand opposing players and concentrates his activities on playing tho game, Washington willbo hard to beat for the championship."FIRST ROUND STARTSTOURNAMENT TODAYWashington C. C. Event FindsThree Golfers Tied forQualifying Prize.Three of Washington's first ranKjgolfers stand at a tie today for thequalification prize In the third annualWashington Country Club golf tournament, which begins Its first round ofplay today with the pairings in thevarious slxteens, at Jewell. Va.Allan Lard and Sam Dalzoll, of theChevy Chano Club, and Dr. Lee Harbanturned in scores of 75 for the eighteenholes of qualifying golf yesterday whileJ. H. Clapp, of the Washington C. C,was the next, with a card of 77.J. W. Brawner, Columbia; DonaldWoodward. Washington C. C, andOrmsby McCammon, of Chevy Chase,stood at a tie for third, with cards of 79.The pairings for today follow:First Blxtcen Durton vs. Brown, 10:20;Brawner va. Maxwell, 10:25; Lard vs.T. C. Dcmpsey. 10.30; Leo Harban vs.L. W. Weaver, 10:35: Winter vs. Dalzell,10'40; Clapp vs. Davidson, 10:45; McCammon s. Warren, 10 50; Mattlngly vs.Woodw ard. 10 55.Second sixteen Christman vs. Donfeld,9:40; Clark vs. Watson, 9:45; Cobey vs.Parker, 9-50; Balnea vs. Doyle, 9:55; Sltllff vs. Varelln. 10.00; G. T. Smith vs.I. E. Smith, 1C 03; Dr. L. B. Johnsons. Dr Taylor, 10:10; Wood s. Travera,10:15Third sixteen Church va. Williamson,11:00; Cunningham vs. Bollep, 11:06; Syboth vs Murphv, 11-10; H. McKcnzte s.Trultt, 11-15; Knowlcs vs. A. R. McKcnzio, 11 20- K. 8. Smith vs Gilbert.11:25; A. N. Dcmpsey vs. Woodruff, 11:30;D. B Glsh vs. Chamberlain, 11.35.Fourth si vteen Martin vs. Woodman,fHO; Whltaker vs. Chesley, 9.05; Burton vs. Nichols, 9:10; Slebold vs. Piatt,9:15; Appleman Vs. DuGanne. 9:20; G.Harris vs Burxe, .;; uaiDot vsMcClennhan. 0.30; Dals vs. Dr.8. H.Greene. 9:3.-.DISPOSALWe'll gladlyV ' HiHiBllllllllifliBliBlllllllllllllllllHsuit your convenknow we'll pleaseyour convenDAYSCOLUMBIACOVERINGBOWLERS WINNERSDefeat Garrison Juniors on LastNight of Duckpin RollingSeason.The Fourteenth Street Duckpin Leagueclosed a most successful season May6, with the Columbia Covering CompanyIn first place. Infereat in this racewas keen to tho last, as It was not untiltho final night that the title was decided, when tho Columbia CoveringCompany beat tho GarrlBons Juniors,tho runners-up, by one game.The standings of teams:Games. Won. Lost. Pot.Columbia Cov. Co SI 51 so .!)Oairlsons, Jr SI CO 31 .617Fbelps Bros.' Co 81 31 47 419Zellers & Co 81 27 54 "833Here 'aro some high recorda for theseason:Team finlahlng flraU-Columbla Covering Companv.High individual average S plena, 101.27.High indhldual gam Crowlev, 168.High individual setr-SpIess, 377.High team game (Columbia CoveringCompany, 6G0.High team sot Columbia CoveringCompanv, 1.G37.Greatest number strikes Spless, 25.Greatest number spares Crowley, 12D.High man each team Spless. Crowley. King, and Gwynne.Second high man each team W.Xander, Whitney, Seltzer, and Boyer.Texas League.Shreveport. 6; Galveston, 0 (flvo innings; rain).No other games scheduled.HATTER THOMPSON$2.00 & $3.00 STRAWSFor $1 & $1 J5Panamas. Leghorns, Bangkoks$2.85 and upHATTER THOMPSONOPEN SATUR- QOO E Qj.DAY EVENINGS && T Ol.Ilrnnch Stores In Bonton, Jfew York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati.AMUSEMENTSNATIONAL SummirPrloesAborn Opera Companyin the Perennial Faorlte.ROBIN HOODMnU, Turn, and Thur. All Sent 23c.Mat. bat. 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He hadhit safely In the fourth Inning yesterday, and in attempting to steal secondwas thrown out by Frazler, of the Navyby yards. Davis fell into the bag andwaa unable to rise. It Is thought hisfoot caught in the baao attachment.Bureau got so far ahead yesterday Inthe first Innine that Navy was unableto catch up. Seven runs were plied upIn the flrat aeaalon off of Stack.Schmidt took up the running and heldthe Bureau team. The final acore tVas8 to 4.Mines piled up seventeen runs on theIndian Office team In the Home ClubLeague, yesterday. But eleven hits weregotten bv the Mines playera. -while Indian Office got seven. The final scorewas 17 to 5AMUSEMENTSFyCITU'Q Daily 2:1B6 3:lii NCI III O Sun. 3:001. 3:13B1 Phnn.n Mnln 14.i nn.1 44M3Mataw 33c tcrenlnsa. 25o ta II"Numerous Curtain Calls. 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