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90HON DIGS VICTORY
AFTER MHIY SLIPS
Wilmington Loses Out in a Game
Bubbling Over With
Gohon, one of Harrisburg's young
"twit'lors, is a digger. Lack of ex
perience put this youngster in many
holes in yesterday's game with Wil
mington, but he finally dug himself
out with a victory; score, 2 to 1.
It was a great game for tho spec
tators. Something interesting was hap
pening every minute. Opposed to
Gohon was Brown, a young CJu..ck.
This boy also took a big part in the
nine-act circus. Brown had speed
and curves, fanning ten men and mak
ing a record for himself. His lacking
was control. Gohon had that goodly
quality, especially in pinches. "Char
ley" Miller a former Harrisburg
catcher, was in the game. He got a
great welcome from the fans.
With these youngsters working
things happened not found on a daily
baseball program. It was funny to see
them doing things they learned in the
old town lot game. Wiser heads pulled
Gohon's work was a feature after
lie settled down. Both teams played
with "pep" and it was anybody's bat
tle until the last man was out on Wil
mington's side in the ninth. Two de
cisions by Umpire Glatts had the fans
guessing for a time.
Pearce hit an infield fly. Wyckoft
let it drop clean, intending to try fof
a double play. Umpire Glatts was 1
wise to his tricks and called the. bat- 1
ter out. Meyers ran to third on the
play and was tagged by Byers. When
Meyers started to walk to the bench
Jimmy Jackson grabbed him, forcing
Meyers back to the base. A coacher
is not allowed to touch a runner. I
Jackson's violation put the runner out. i
Of course, Jimmy Howled, but it was
110 use. Ho knew better.
Two pusses and three singles gave |
Wilmington their one run. Two singles i
and an out allowed Harrisburg to tie j
up the score in the fourth. An error
by Morgan with a single and double
brought the other run. The. score:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Morgan. 3b 5 0 1 0 3 1
Nealon. l.f 4 1 1 1 0 0
McKenna. r.f 5 0 1 u 0 1
Jackson c.f 4 0 1 ] 0 0
Meyers, lb 3 0 1 8 2 0
Sharpe, 2b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Pearce. ss 4 0 <1 2 4 0 I
Foge, c 3 0 1 12 0 1
Brown, p 3 0 2 0 2 0
Totals 31 1 24 1? 2
AB. It. H. (j. A. E.
McCarthy, 2 b 5 1 0 1 1 0
Keyes, l-.f 2 0 1 2 0 0
Crist, c.f 4 0 1 (1 « 1 I
Miller, c 3 1 x :■ 2 0
Cockill, ib 3 n 2 » 0 0 1
Chabek, l.f 2 1) 0 4 0 0 1
Byers. 3 b 4 0 1 2 •; 1 j
WyckolT, ss 4 0 0 2 2 1
Gohon, p 2 0 0 0 2 0 i
Totals 29 2 6x25 10 3
xPierce called out on dropped infield !
lly in sixth. Myers out at third,!
touched by coacher.
Harrisburg .. .00010010 x 2
Wilmington . . 1 0 000000 0 1 I
Two-base iiits, Cockill, Keyes. Three-I
base hit, Shellenberger. Struck <<nr !
by Br.iwn, 10; by Gohon, 5. Base >n -
balls, off Brown, 7; off Gohon, 5 Left
oil base. Harrisburg. 11: Wilmington,
12. Hit by pitcher, Gallon. Stolen
bases. Keyes 2, Crist 2, Byers, Miller
Jackson 2. Nealon, Myers. Time 2 17*
For a dinner on the mountain at
twilight or luncheon for an ;ill-da> i
trip suggests deviled cheese, snappy f
cheese, imported Swiss cheese, Under- ;
wood deviled ham and chicken, boiled !
ham uniformly sliced, dried beef, veal I
loaf, sardines, olives and relishes, in- i
stant coffee or some bottles of
Armour's grape juice, which is being
demonstrated this week ut S. S. I'om
eroy's, on the Square.
Is simply making good. Isn't it great
to get the handclasp and the smile as
we journey on? Playing the game fair
makes friends, and so it is with busi
ness. Giving a man u square deal and
trying to five him better service than '
he has ever had before is what lias 1
built up the sueessful tailoring busi- I
ness of A. J. Simins, 22 North Fourth
SATURDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG SBSS& TELEGRAPH MAY 16, 1914.
LEBANON VALLEY STARS
Thomas Lyter, catcher, and John
Lyter, infielder, two Harrisburg boys
who arc winning games tor their col
Lyter Boys Big Help
in Landing Victory
Special to Tlii,' Telegraph
Annville, Pa.. May IG. Lebanon
\ alley defeated the Susquehanna Uni
versity baseball nine at Annville yes
terday; 7to 3. Lebanon Valley
gave excellent support to their captain
and pitcher, Stickell. A large part of
the victory is duo to the Lyter broth
ers, of Harrisburg, their fielding and '
batting helping Lebanon Valley at!
times most needed. The score:
LEBANON VALLEY ,
R. H. O. A. E. I
Lcrew, c.f 1 1 •< 0 0
J. Lyter, .'ib o x X 3 0 ,
Ziegler, l.f 1 x j 0 0
T. Lyter, c 0 U (i 0 0 '
Stickell. p 1 ■> ,) 2 0 |
Hnavely, lb 3 3 ! t) j,
Swartz, 2 b 1 1 3 0 0 1
\\ hite, r.f 0 j x o „ ,
Muclien, ss 0 2 2 3 0 '
Totals 7 12 27 9 0 '
SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY !
H. H. O. A. E. I
Shnnnaman, Hi 0 1 ;i t , oj
Smith. 2 b j 2 2 3 0
Middleworth, l.f 0 a } 0 0 '
Swope, ss 0 f 3 j ( ~
Greninger, c.f X 1 2 0 0
Fainter. r.f 1 01 0 0
Harkins, 3 b 0 1 2 4 a
c 0 1 5 0 !.
Geble p 1, „ 0 j „
Peters, p 0 1 0 0
Totals 3 7 24 ~5 ~0 '
Susquehanna . 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 'J I
Lebanon Valley 00002031 x 7 I
I*<)I.O TOMES EMIIAKK
l Olt Till: VMTKI) STATES
bpcci il to The Telegraph
London, May 16.—Captain Edward i
Darley Al i 1 lor. formerly of the Seven- '
teenth Lancers, was to-day appointed '
manager of the international polo
tournament to be played during the
Panama-Pacific exposition ut Sun .
Francisco in 1915.
< 'a| 1 tain Miller is the captain of the 1
Rugby polo club and the author of
•Modern' Polo. ' lie was decorated 1
" ith the distinguished service order
during the Boer war.
A string ->f thirty-six ponies, to be ,
used by the British team in the match
es for the international polo trophv '
at Meadowbrook, were taken on board ,
the liner Minneapolis yesterday. They
are valued at $60,000.
_ lT^ lo . st 01 the ponies belong to Lord ,
\\ imborne, but the most famous
among them is Energy, lent by the .
Duke of Westminster,.
"Ill'CK" RAMSEY IS A COME BACK
Special to The Telegraph
Reading Pa., May 16.—"Buck" 1
Ramsey showed come back form yes
terday, winning his game from York, 1
score 5 to 0. Ramsey was bit twice'
The score by innings:
°rlc 00000000 o—o 2 2
Reading 01001300 x—s 7 2 ,
Batteries: Millman and Lidgate;
Ramsey and Nagle.
TEUTONS HIT THE BALL
Allentown, Pa., May 16.—Hitting
the ball hard, Allontown won from
Trenton yesterday, score !i to 3. The
Teutons had an easy time. The score
Trenton 10100 010 11 3 7 4 i
Allentown ... 50102 00 1 \ j) 12 1
Hatt cries: Keeley and Caswell; Scottli
and .Mill hell. y
*? Sm I
£l*> ; M
RESOLUTE WOMM 1
WON'T QUIT MEXICO
Methodist Missionary Absolutely
Refuses to Leave Field in
Special to The Telegraph
New York, May 16. —Rather than
leave her work in Mexico City, Miss
Laura Temple, a missionary of the
Methodist Board of Foreign Missions,
has decided to remain at her post. She
is the only one of the thirty Methodist
missionaries in the republic of Mexico,
who has refused to seek safety.
Explaining her reasons for wishing
to stay. Miss Temple wrote the follow- 1
ing letter to Dr. John W. Butler, at
the head of the mission work in Alex- 1
lco City, who is now in New York:
"The industrial school with which |
I am connected is outside the city:
limits, and has no protection save thatl
of native employes. While I am
; here to give them directions by tele- |
j phone and pay them their wages 1
'promptly, they will faithfully guard:
the animals and contents of the build-'
lings and will care for the fruit trees
'and crops. Should they know that 1
hud left the country, i 11 less than three
days nothing would be left of the
I transferable property, because they
I would lose their heads through fear
and bandits would do the rest.
| "Our Sarah L. Keen College prop
erty here in the city would be less ex-
I posed, but would doubtless soon be
1 looted if it became known that no
| one remained in chargo of it. I have
arranged to enter the English Hos-
I pital as a volunteer to heljj care for
j the wounded in case, there is lighting
lin this City. Miss Wilson, the one in!
' charge, has assured me that my pres-
I enee will mean much to her, as the'
nurses, with one exception, have never
been in the midst of u. bombardment,
and she is not sure that she can de
pend on them."
Miss Temple is a native of Pennsyl
vania. .1 graduate of Allegheny Col
lege, and since 1!>03 has been principal
j of the Sarah L. Keen College.
| AMERICAN'S OUTCLASSED
BY SCOTCH AND ENGLISH
Special to The Telegraph
Sandwich, Eng., May 16.—American
golfers yesterday were outclassed by
Scotch and English players over the
Sandwich links in the final rounds tor
the St. George's champion grand chal
With an aggregate of 146 strokes,
nine better than his nearest champion, ,
John Graham. Jr., Scotland, to-day for '
the -second time won the coveted
trophy. In doing so Graham also
lowered by two Strokes the play for 1
Tavers turned in a card of 155 for
the 36 holes. Francis Ouimet, the
American open champion, required
158 strokes to cover the course;
Charles W. Evans, Chicago, 159; Fra
ser Hale, Chicago, 1(56; Harold Weber,
Toledo, 167; C. N. Inslee, Oneida Com
munity Club, New York, 169.
TELEGRAPH TEAM WINS;
HIT TIIE BALL HARD
Hits long and timely brought the
answer for the Telegraph team last
evening. They won from the Hick-A-
Thrifts, score 14 to 1. Flynn was the
star for the losers. The real stars,
were on the Harrisburg Telegraph
team. They were Ibach, Manley and
Minich. The score by innings fol
R. H. E.
Telegraph 2 3 0 7 0 o—l40 —14 12 2
Hick-A-Thrifts ..0 100 00— 1 3 5
Batteries: Manley and Boss; Ab
bott and Snow.
WHAT'S THE USE
Of throwng your partly worn shoes in
the ash can when you might have
them repaired and made as good as
new for a very small charge at the
equipped repairing repair shop of this
city, where the work is best and the
prices t\ic lowest'.' City Shoo Repair
tig Co., 310 Market street. C. B.
Baseball For Today;
Scores of Yesterday
WHERE TIIEY FLAY TODAY
Wllmlnistim at Ilnrrlsburg.
York at Rending.
Trenton ut Allentown.
lMillndelpliln at St. l/ouls.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn nt Chleugo.
Boston nt Cincinnati.
Chicago at I'lillndclphlu.
St. l.ouls at New A ork.
Cleveland nt W'ushlngton.
Detroit nt UoMton.
Indlnnnpnlis nt linltlniore.
Chiengo nt Buffalo.
St. l/oula nt Urooklyn.
Knnsns City nt Pittsburgh.
sc;: ;DCLE FOR SCNDAY
llrnoklyn nt St. I.oulm.
■*l>llndel|ihlii at Chiengo.
New York nt Cincinnati,
Roston-l'lltshurgb not scheduled.
IMt'tsburgh nt Chicago.
Other elubs not scheduled.
SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY
Hnrrisliurg nt York.
Beading nt Allentown.
'Wilmington nt Trenton.
Nntlnnnl I, enable
New A ork nt Cinclnnntl.
I'hllndeliihla at Chicago.
Iloston nt Pittsburgh.
ilrooklyn at St. I.ouls.
Chicago at I'hlladclphla.
St. l.ouls at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.
Detroit nt Boston.
liansns City a-t Bnltlmore.
St. l.ouls nt Bull'nlo.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
IndlanapoilH nt Brooklyn.
llurrlsburg, 2•, AVllm!n"+->n, I.
Allentown. 11; Trenton. 3.
Bending. 5) York, 0.
St. l.ouls, II; Philadelphia, 3.
Brooklyn, 12; Chleugo, 5.
New York, 5; Pittsburgh, ;t.
Cincinnati, -li Boston, 2.
Philadelphia. <1: Cleveland, 3.
St. l.ouls, II; Boston, 3.
Octroi', 4; New York, 2.
W ushliiglon, II; Chicago, 3.
Brooklyn, 12; St. Louis, (I.
Chicago, 7; liuffnlo, O.
linnsas City, 10; rittsburgh, 0.
Baltimore, 2; Indianapolis, 1.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Beading II 3 .«<|7
Allentown. 4 3 .571
Trenton ' 4 1 .500
Harrlsburg 3 4 .4211
\\ lliuiugton 3 4 .420
York 8 G .375
W. 1,. p,f
['lttshiirgli 15 it .714
Vew York 11 o .047
I'hllndclphlii 10 K 5.V1
Ilrooklyn 10 H .580
[ Cincinnati 13 11 .542
Ht. l.ouls 11 15 4«;j
Chleugo 10 14 .417
Boston 15 ,107
Detroit 10 7 ,731
I'hlludelphln 12 8 .1100
Washington 12 11 .522
St. l.onis 12 12 .500
New York 10 11 .470
< hleago jl 1U JO7
(leveland s ic .333
W. 1,. »\c
llaMlmore 11 5 .737
St. l.onis 13 11 .542
Brooklyn il 8 .5211
Indlaiinpoils 11 10 .521
Cblengo 12 II .522
Buffalo S 12 .100
Kiiiiniis City 10 15 400
I'ittshurgh M 13 . 3SI
In the Beginning
and long wear at the
It is foolish to buy
cheap lumber in order to
save a few dollars when a
little more spent would
have insured the job last
ing many times longer.
Repairs are Very trou
blesome and costly and
the best way to prevent
them is to buy good ma
terial to start with.
We pride ourselves on
the quality of the lumber
we furnish—try us.
United Ice & Coal Co.
MAIN OFFICE I
Forsler uuil Cowilen Streets
Popularity Wins For
Eugene (Shorty) Miller
EUGENE (SHORTY) MILLER,
Voted the Most Popular Boy at State
College; Winner of a Motorcycle
Harrisburg's popular football and
I baseball star at State College, Eugene
I (Shorty) Miller, is riding a motorcycle
these days. The motorcycle reached
I him on Thursday. It was a prize for
being the most popular student -at
State College. "Shorty" Miller has
friends all over Pennsylvania and in
other State's, smoking and sending
their vote coupons to Miller. As a re
sult of this popularity contest Miller
received nearly 1,000,000 votes. It re
quired some months to decide the con
test. The prize will be on exhibition
in Harrlsburg on Monday.
Miller was expected in Harrlsburg
to-day. He is one of the officials of the
high school meet which was the big
events to-day. Congratulations await
ed the popular athlete.
Last Chance to See
DINNETTE & GRANT
REDDINGTON & GRANT
BURNS & ACKER
333 Market Street
j Ol'R PROGRAM MONDAYI
Clra Madison iiml Wilfred I.urns
In 2-reel 101 111 MOD, "Dolores De
Aruila, I,ady of Sorrow."
Irene Wallace in 2-reel Victor
llarhiirn Tonunnt, <>. A. €', I,uiml
HIHI Will 10. Sheerer lu I>lair
Dritiiin. "The Price.''
I.ee .Morris, William mid
Mnrtlui Mudov In I'ouor'M ( onu'ilv,
"The Old Maid'* Triumph."
ADMISSION ."» CENTS
Coming Vnlversnl Special «-
reel feature, "SAMSON," May T2
V—— . _ I
If you would find food at prices that
won't take away your appetite, and
yet properly cooked and served amid
pleasant and e'eaniy surroundings.
Table and lunch counter service. Busy
Lee Restaurant, 9 North. Fourth
O. K. FINANCIALLY
In buying a motor car the financial
standing of the company that makes
it is an importan* ' onsideration. The
Abbott Motor Car company of Detroit
hasn't one dollar of indebtedness ex
cept for current merchandise ac
counts. Against this there are no out
standing bonds, notes or mortgages.
Write us for financial statement. Ab
bott Motor Cn. Co., 106-108 South
Seco. 1 street. Harrlsburg.
SOLD MORE LESTER
Pianos d 'ring our opening week in
Harrisbur than we ever sold at any
place on our opening week. There's
always a reason. The Lester piano
was awarded the gold medal for su
periority at the Alaska-Yukon Ex
position. Just one of the many testi
monials of its merits. Lester Piano
Co. 317 South Seventeenth street.
Ty Cobb Is Moving Upward;
Detroit Star Ho!ds Eighth Place
Philadelphia Takes Club Honor For the Week; Kid Foster
By Associated Fress
Chicago, May 16.—Ty Cobb's steady
advance to the front among the Amer
ican league batters was the feature
of the race for hitting honor this
week. The latest'records show him in
eighth place with an average of .315,
an increase of eight points and an ad
canee of live places since last week.
Jackson, of Cleveland, leads the bat
ters with .407. Then comes Craw
ford, Detroit, .375; Lelivelt, Cleveland,
.346; E. Poster, Washington, .337; Mi
lan, Washington, .329; Barry, Phila
delphia, .325; Williams, St. Louis, .320;
Cobb, Detroit, .315; Oldring, Philadel
phia, .308; Hartzell, New York, .306.
Club honor for the week go to Phil
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adelphia with .204. Blackburn, Chi
cago. leads the base stealers with ten.
Hryne, Philadelphia, leads the Na
tional League with .423. In the tlrst
ten then came Daubert, Brooklyn,
.417; fathers, St. Louis, .400; Meyers,
New York, .367; fc. Magee, Philadel
phia, .305; Paskert, Philadelphia, .344;
Lobert, Philadelphia, .344; Gowdy,
Boston. .341; Cravath .Philadelphia,
.338; Dalton, Brooklyn. 338.
Philadelphia leads the clubs with
294. Moran, of Cincinnati, heads the
base stealers with eight. Evans, of
Brooklyn, leads the Federal batters
with .442. John Titus' average of
.500 keeps him on top in the American
Association. Pick, of Toronto, leads
the International League with .378.