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GERMAN TEAM COMING
By Associated Press
■Philadelphia, Jan. 30.— A team from
either Heidleberg, I>lpßic or Stuttgart
Universities, in Germany, will partici
pate in the relay games here in 1915,
according to a prediction made by
Alvln Kraenslein in a letter received
to-day at the University of Pennsyl
Kraenzlein, who was a star hurdler,
■printer and broad Jumper when at
Pennsylvania, is now coaching the
German athletes in preparation for
the next Olympic games.
GOTCH TURNS DOWN OFFER
By Associated Press
Tlew York. Jan. 80.—Wrestling pro
moters here have been trying for some
time to bring Frank Gotch. the heavy
weight wrestling champion of the
■world, to New York for three bouts
■with foreign mat stars. He was
offered $25,000. Gotch refused the
offer and says he will never wrestle
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FRIDAY EVENING, &ARRISBURG ftSjgfr TELEGRAPH JANUARY 30. 1914.
HITS WILL PLAY;
Highest Priced Five of Tossers in
State Take the Place of
At a late hour yesterday afternoon
the Na*itlcoke team canceled on the
Harrisburg five for Saturday. Two
hours later Manager E. C. Taggert
had the Garnets, of Philadelphia,
booked, which means an attraction
extraordinary for local patrons. The
Garnets, because of the make-up of
the team, are one of the most expen
sive basketball aggregations in the
Ever since the Garnets defeated the
local five at the Armory at the begin
ning of the season frequent requests
have been made to Manager Taggert
to have them return for a second
The Garnets have Just finished a
very successful trip through the coal
regions, defeating Wilkes-Barre, Pitts
ton. Freeland and Hazleton. It will
take exceptional playing on the part
of the Harrisburg five to hold this
bunch to a close score and to win they
will have to outdo any past showing.
However, since they were beaten by
tho Garnets tho local tossers have de
veloped wonderfully and one of the
best games of the season is looked for.
McCord, f. Dienes. f.
Bumbach. t. Haire. f.
Geisel, c. Hoover, c.
Gaffney, g. Xessler, g.
Attic ks, g. Ehlers, g.
in New York Shoot;
a February Event
Special to The Telegraph
|New York, Jan. 30.—The list of en
tries to date by the officials of the
championship trap shooting tourna
ment to be held in connection with
the big sportsmen's show in Madison
'Square Garden. New York, February
21 to 27, Includes the names of sev
eral Harrlsburgers as well as those of
the greatest professional and amateur
championships and the ladies' indoor
championship, will bring out the finest
fields of experts ever seen in compe
tition at the traps.
Among tho best known profes
sionals who will face the traps will
be: W. B. Darton, last year's indoor
champion, who will shoot for the Mar
lin Fire Arms Company; Neaf Apgar.
of the Peters Cartridge Company,
Hank Stevens, of the Remington U.
M. C. Company; H. S. Wells, of the
Deadshot Powder Company, and T. A.
Davis, of the Winchester Repeating
Arms Company. Many other promi
nent professionals are certain to com
pete, but their entries have not yet
been officially received.
The men's amateur field will in
clude scores of the best wing and field
shots in the East. Among those cer
tain to be seen on the firing line are
D. F. McMahon .of the N. Y. A. C.;
J. H. Hendrickson, of Jamaica,
Island; Charles Van Hone, of Bridge
port, Conn.; C. H. Newcomb, of Phil
adelphia; Dr. H. Martin, of White
Plains, N. Y.; M. R. Guggenheim, the
millionaire champion of Westchester
county, N., Y.; Dr. D. L. Culver, of the
N. Y. A. C.; Lockwood B. Warden and
H. B. Shoope, Harrisburg. .This is
but a handful of the best known ama
teurs who will compete, the full list
including about 160 men, all crack
Football Changes Are Sure
to Be Minor in Character
Forward Pass and Coaches Will Be Discussed by College
Men at Meeting Next Week
Special to The Telegraph
New York. Jan. 30.—Every indica
tion points to .some changes in foot
ball rules when the committee meets
it is believed that the game as it
was played last year is well on the
road toward standardization, and, this
being the case, the present rules will
undergo only minor attention. Walter
Cramp's suggestion that the field
judge be restored to the game has
been well taken and in all probability
such an official will assist referee and
umpire in the games of 1914.
The forward pass will come up for
discussion, but there is no reason to
believe it will be declare illegal: some
minor changes may be made in the
Joe Tinker's Team
Ready For Practice
Chicago, Jan. 30.—The signing of
Fred Beck, formerly with Interna
tional League teams and last year with
the Buffalo Internationals, yesterday
rounded out, in Manager Joe Tinker's
opinion, a "big league team" for the
Chicago Federals. Beck probably will
play first base, with Kading, last year
with the local Federals, his under
Tinker's catchers so far as given
out, are Owens, Washington; Allen, a
local player, and Mulvaney, Cincin
nati, with Killifer still claimed. Hen
drix, Pittsburgh; Brennan and Cam
nitv, Philadelphia; Packard, Cincin
nati, and Lange, a local man. claimed
by the Chicago Americans, will be the
main reliance among ' his pitchers.
Tinker, Beck, Kading, Westerzill, of
St. Louis, and Zeiders. of New York
Americans, compose the infield, and
Wickland, who jumped from the Cin
cinnati club last night, and Zwllllng,
claimed by the Boston Nationals, with
several recruits, the out outfield. •
Central High Girls
Have Eight Games
The Central High girls will play the
Agathaiatha girls on Cathedral Hall
floor Monday night, starting at 8
o'clock. Manager Susan Shaffer has
arranged the following schedule for
February 2—Central vs. Agatha
iatha. at Cathedral Hall.
February 7—Scrubs vs. Elizabeth
town, at Ellzabethtown.
February 20—Central vs. Williams
port High School, at Chestnut Street
Februarf 21 —Central vs. Downing
town High School, at Downingtown.
March 6 —Central vs. Agathaiatha,
at Chestnut Street Hall.
March 11—Central vs. Penn Hall,
March 20—Central vs. Alumni, at
Chestnut Street Hall.
Included on the second team are
Miss B. Starry, Miss E. Weaver, Miss
E. McCormick (captain), Miss H.
Kieckner, Miss R. Richards and Miss
Penn State Games
Show Hard Schedule
Several new football games will bo
included on Penn State's schedule
next season. Games announced yes
terday by Manager Ray Smith follow:
September 26, Westminster College,
at home; October 3. Muhlenberg Col
lege, at home; October 10, Gettysburg
College, at home; October 17, Ursinus
College, at home; October 24, Harvard,
at Cambridge; October 31, Lafayette,
at Easton; November 7, Lehigh, at
South Bethlehem: Novemberl3 (Penn
sylvania day), Michigan Agricultural
College, at home; November 26
(Thanksgiving Day), Pitt, at Pitts
Freshman schedule: October 17,
State College High School, at home;
October 24, Kishlmanetas School, at
home: October 21, Indiana Normal
School, at Indiana; November 7, Belle
fonte Academy, at home; November
14, Mercersburg, at Mercersburg; No
vember 21, Freshman-Sophomore.
SHOWED REAL FORM
Williamsport, Pa., Jan. 30. Bob
Fitzslmmons, former heavyweight
champion boxed of the world, who was
barred from the ring in New York
State by the Supreme Court because
of the 51 years he carries on his
shoulders, demonstrated last night
that he was young enough to easily
defeat "Knockout" Dan Sweeney In a
six-round bout here. "Lanky Bob"
had the better of every round.
Fitz took great care of his hands,
otherwise he would have scored a
knockout. Sweeney took the count
several times in the latter half of the
bout and took considerable punish
ment afteh the third round. Sweeney
weighed 182 pounds, while Fitz only
tipped the beam at 169.
FATIMA A. C. WILL MEET
A meeting of the Fatima Athletic
Club will be held Tuesday evening,
February 3, at 7 o'clock, at the Keener
cigar store. North Sixth street. The
following players will report: B. Grey,
C. Plank, D. Walkemeyer, J. Sites, .T.
Goodyear, H. Stouffer, F. Richard, E.
McCurdy, L. McGill and F. Mettler.
rules governing the play, but even this
A resolution calling for the legal
izing of the on-side kick as it was
operated in 1906-7 will be introduced,
but it is extremely improbable that it
will receive the sanction of the com
mittee. The objection of coaches
holding points of vantage on the side
lines will be considered, and, as it
now seems, legislation against it will
be vigorously pushed.
An idea of widening the gridiron
has been suggested and may be con
sidered at the meeting. While, as said,
only minor changes are looked for,
the meeting promises to be most In
teresting in Its results to followers of
An Extra Contest
on Tech Floor
As an added feature to-night at
Tech High School, when Central and
Tech will meet for the first time In
the local championship series, the
scrub teams from each school will
play. This extra game is sure to be
an interesting contest, as both Central
and Tech boys have been doing good
In order to take care of the large
crowd extra seats were placed in Tech
gymnasium to-day. It was announced
that R. P. Guyer, physical director
at Lebanon Valley College, would
referee the game. As Steelton is a
factor In the present scholastic series,
a large crowd is expected from that
town. The first game will start at 8
BITS OF SPORTS
The Enola Y. M. C. A. won the
final bowling match from the Enola
A C. last night, margin 340 pins. On
Monday the Champs will go to Coates
Yale has dropped Holy Cross and
i and taken up the Univer
sity of Virginia and Notre Dame.
The New York State salary limit
will be $2,500.
Masser Mackert, of Sunbury, was
signed by Joe Tinker, manager of the
Chicago team of the Federal League
of Baseball Clubs, at SI,BOO per vear.
He is an outfielder and played with
the Springfield, Ohio team, of the Ohio
and Pennsylvania League, last year.
The York club has sent out con
The Feds are after Johnny Lush
and Walter Manning, both of whom
are at. their homes in Williamsport.
The Freight Clerks defeated the
Ticket Office bowlers in the Pennsyl
vania. Railroad League last night,
margin 135 pins.
The Senators defeated tho Phillies
in the P. R. R. y. M. C. A. League
last night, score 22 to 10. The Pi
rates won over the Tigers, score 23 to
The Hamilton grammer school five
defeated the Cameron tossers last
night, score 55 to 14.
Nose pieces like above cut for
$1.50 Worth $3.50
Gold filled frame and spherical
lenses for reading and sewing.
SI.OO Worth $3.50
This offer is for this week only.
Eyes examined by Oculist and Opto
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