Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, June 27, 1919, Page 19, Image 19

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I W. L. Pet.
rest End 1° 6 -S'- 5
ommonwealth 8 8 .500
[otJve Power 8 8 - 508
. and F 8 1° - 3 " 5
The first dramatic results ot Tenn
•lvania Suffragists securing the fraa
lise registered last evening at YY' est
nd ball park when a carefree, resolute J
oman of Harrisburg, Mrs. Abner;
ingst, who loves the national pastime, I
terted her legal rights by so emphati- j
illy rooting for the West End team in
s battle with Engineers and Firemen,
iat she set nflame one of the tidiest
ots ever ogled hereabouts. If the mat
•r comes to a vote Mrs. Yingst will
ndoubtedly win out. hands down, and
'at Hyland. the decimating cop, will j
un to cover. Mrs. Yingst as the West
Ind boys gradually assumed lead in the.
ame, waxed so triumphant that she
irned to a man nearby with a face;
s long as a fiddle with one string.
Why so gloomy?" She is supposed to
ave queried it with a tantalizing smile.
This dyed-in-the-wool patron of the j
ther team, Harry Blouch, instantly lost j
Is temper, and ignoring the fact that
.■omen now run the world said some
hlng very sharp, whereupon Bedlam,
roke loose. The gesture and term
lere so insulting, claims Mrs. Y'ingst
hat she was prompted to slap ltlouch's
ountenanee. Just like that, and there
yas then a crowded halt hour, for Mr.
Ingst signed up for action, and when j
alf a dozen policemen arrived it was j
battle royal, with no referee. Hero's:
t here Officer Pat Hyland put himself j
n the map, without waiting for the
oxlng commission to nuthorlzo him. <
le evidently thought things were going I
o be serious, so ho half displayed his
dg gun In Its case nnd proceeded to
nit Y'ingst under arrest. Two ot the,
atter's friends, Shoemaker nnd Dough
rt.v Interfered with the officer, nnd when ,
he patrol wagon finally reached hend
tuarters Y'ingst. Blouch nnd tho other i
.1 ? ■
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two were passengers. Blouch declared
ho made no insulting remark and that
Mrs. Y'ingst "just up and smacked me
on the snoot."
In tho case of Blouch and Yingst.
Lieutenant Page demanded a forfeit
of sls for a hearing to-day at police
court and In the case of Shoemaker and
Dougherty a $25 forfeit was demanded.
All paid the forfeits.
It may have been the expectation of
some real life which urged Pitcher
Connors to stroll round by the YVest
End, for ho usually appears in the Hill
League. He was immediately seized on
by the Engineers who were in sad
straits, for F.ig Moe Eveler. moundsman
for the Engineers, had been going bad.
so bad in fact that the peppery YVest
Enders had collected four runs off his
delivery before the game had a fairly
good start. Then Connors stepped in
and stopped the YVest Enders, but not
before they had put the game on ice.
for the Engineers could do nothing with
diminutive Tim Euker or his colleague,
one Edward Strieker, who has been
moving with much swiftness toward
bigger league company.
YY'cst End sopped up four runs off
Eveler in the first and the manager
shooed him to the dog pen. The En
gineers too, made good, in the first
when Oscar YY'altz. the first man up,
hit the first ball pitched for a single.
He was sacrificed to second by Boss.
A pass was issued to Bote and Mad
den filed out to center. With two on
base, YVagner trlppled scoring YY'altz
and Rote, and YY'agner was brought
home on a single by Hoover. Hoover
went to second but when he attempted
to steal third, he was thrown out by
the pitcher, ending the Inning.
Two more runs, enough to win the
game, were scored by YVest End in the
second, when T. Euker was given a bUse
on balls. He sacrifled to second by
YY". Euker and went to third on Shaffer's
single. On a wild pitch made by Con
nors. who relieved Eveler in the box,
Euker scored, and Shaffer was brought
i home on a single by Levan. Embick
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Who Has Game For
Saturday? Typos of
Telegraph Ask
The fast squad of typos em
ployed by the Telegraph made
an early start this season,
more than breaking even in the
games played so far. The club is
ready for battle Saturday after
noon, and any manager who
wants action should call up
James Dougherty, any time after
6 o'clock this evening, at Bell
phone 4101.
flicd out to Rote and Levan was caught
trying to steal.
The score:
AB. R. H. O. A.
j YY. Euker. 2 1 0 2 1
' Shaffer, 3b 3 1 1 3 4
S Levan. cf 2 1 1 2 J
i Embick, rf 8 1 1 0 8
I Palmer, lb 3 0 0 8 0
i McKeever, If 3 1 2 8 8
[ Bell, 2b 2 0 1 3 2
Cochlin, c 2 0 0 3 1
T. Euker, p 8 1 8 8 3
Strieker, p. 1 8 8 8 3
Totals 21 6 6 21 15
AB. R. H. O. A.
Waltz, 2b 4 112 2
Boss, ss. ............. 0 1 0 3 1
Rote. 3b 1 1 1 1 2
Madden, lb 3 0 1 8 0
YY'agncr, If 3 1 1 0 0
Hoover, cf 3 0 1 0 0
G. Ford, rf 3 0 1 0 1
Dill, 3 0 0 4 1
Eveler, p 8 8 8 8 2
Connors, p 3 0 0 10 2
Totals 23 4 7 18 11
E. and F 300010 o—4
YY'est End 4 2 0 0 0 0 x—6
Errors: None.
Two-base hit, McKeever. Three-base
hits, Wagner. Embick, Bell. Sacrifice
hits, Boss, Shaffer, W. Euker. Struck
out, by T. Euker, 2; Eveler, 0; Connors,
4 ; Striker, 1. Base on Ball, off T.
Euker, 3 ; off Eveler, 1 : off Connors, 3.
Left on bases, E. and F., 3 ; YVest End,
5. Hit by pitcher, Boss, Cochlin. Stol
en bases. Hoover. W. Euker, Shaffer, T.
Euker. YVild pitch, Connors. Balk, T.
Euker. Time, 1.30. Umpires, YVright
stone and Henry. Scorer, McCahan.
Tomorrow Will Sec Millers
burg at Marvsville; Dun
cannon at Newport
Teams W. L. Pet.
Marysville 5 1 .833
Millersburg 4 3 .571
Newport 2 3 .400
Duncannon 1 5 .167
To-morrow's Game
Millersburg at Marysville.
Duncannon at Newport.
Two interesting games are prom
ised in the Dauphin-Perry League to
morrow, when Millersburg will line
up against Marysville at Marysville,
and fight to crawl to within one-half
game of the lead, and Duncannon
journeys to Newport to meet her old
rivals, Newport.
Because of the fact that a defeat
for Marysville will tighten up the
league race considerably, probably
more interest centers In this contest
to-morrow. Millersburg wants this
game badly, and so does Marysville.
Each promises to send on their
best combination.
"Dick" Salada, who was on the
mound in the previous contest in
which Marysville was conquered at
which time he allowed but,four scat
tered bingles in six innings, will be
Manager "Bud" Frye's hurling se
lection.. Kerr will be on the receiv
ing end. "Bob" Bowman, the league's
leading clubsmith, who did not ap
pear at Marysville In the first con
test there, will cover the initial sack.
Bowman was the hurling sensation
of the league during the 1915 season
and he is now proving a sensation on
the first sack and at the bat. He
returned home several months ago,
after serving overseas with the Sev
enty-ninth Division.
Just who will be on the mound to
morrow afternoon for Marysville, is
somewhat uncertain. But with the
old reliable Harry Biever on hand,
Marysville fans are confident that
some interesting results. Frank Hart
who hurled Marysville to a pennant
in 1915, after which he was with the
Philadelphia Athletics, in the South
Atlantic League and with Duncan
non of the Dauphin-Perry part of
one season, will be on hand and may
be sent in to twirl. Hart returned
home from overseas only sevefal
weeks ago. Earl Killinger will be
behind the bat. Marysville's regular
lineup will be used.
With Millersburg leading the league
in hitting and Marysville only a few
points behind in second place, some
interesting heavy artillery demon
strations may be expected. Hawiey
will be the umpire.
Newport Is anxious for revenge
from Duncannon for the first defeat
handed them In the first meeting of
the season and a hotly contested
game may be expected when these
two old rivals lineup on Marshall
Field at Newport. "Dick" Nebinger
will umpire this game.
The lineup of these two teams are
now fairly settled and It Is expected
that both will go on the field to
morrow with practically the same
players on the field as played last
Newport's Infield, wherein lay the
responsibility for several of the
League Standing
YV. L. Pet.
East End 16 8 .666
Swatara 13 9 .591
St. Mary's 6 10 .375
Liberty 4 11 .266
Swatara narrowly escaped a shut
out last evening when the St. Mary's
Juniors, of Steelton, made their
initial appearance with one of the
fastest teams of that town, and
walloped Swatara by a 7-to-l score.
Kurtz was hit hard while Lauder
managed to keep hts hits well' scat
tered. Swatara scored its lonely run
in tho last inning, when Motter
walked, stole two bases and scored
on q passed ball.
This evening Swatara plays East
End in a postponed contest.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
KirbY*. cf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Hocker, lb 3 0 1 6 1 0
Y'oung, 2b. 3 0 1 2 1 0
Matter, 3b 2 1 0 0 1 1
Kurtz, p 3 0 0 0 0 0,
Motter, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0'
Yes, Harrisburg will sec one game
of big-league baseball this season.
If the annonucement of John Breck
enrldgc to-day developes as planned.
Our Old strategist of the diamond,
Connie Mack, is coming through the
1 Capitol City on his way to Washing
ton, July 23, and he wired "Breck"
to arrange something classy for the
day on the Island field, the foe being
Klein Chocolate Company's artists.
Although the A's are cellar swamp
ed at present Connie Mack's deal of
yesterday may identify the team in
faster going. He traded Bobby Roth,
right fielder and captain of the team,
and Maurice Shannon, the sorrel
thatched second sackcr, to the Boston
Red Sox for Jack Barry and Amos
Strunk, two stars of the famous old
Mackian machine which swept
through the American League in 1910,
11, 13 and 14.
Strunk and Barry are both papular
here and the local fans would rather
see these veterans in action than the
other two.
Second base has been aptly named
Yesterday's Results
Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 4 (first
St Louis, 7; Chicago, 3 (second
Cincinnati, ; Pittsburgh, 0.
New York at Brooklyn (rain).
Boston at Philadelphia (rain).
Standing of the Clubs
W. L. Pet.
New York 34 18 .652
Cincinnati 33 21 .611
Pittsburgh 30 25 .545
Chicago 30 25 .535
Brooklyn 26 29 .452
St. Louis - 25 30 .455
Philadelphia 18 32 .360
Boston 18 34 .346
Schedule For To-day
St. Louis at Chicago.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
New York at Boston.
Yesterday's Results
Detroit, 1; /Cleveland, 0.
Washington, 3; Boston, 1.
St. Louis, 3; Chicago. 2.
Philadelphia at New Pork (rain).
Standing of the Clubs
W. L. Pet.
New York 32 16 .666
Chicago 34 21 .618
Cleveland 32 21 .603
Detroit 26 26 .500
St.'Louis 25 25 .500
Boston .. 22 28 .440
Washington 21 32 .396
Athletics 13 36 .265
Schedule For To-day
Chicago at St. Louis.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Washington at Philadelphia.
Boston at New York.
Manager Curran After
Games For Bridge Team
Bethlehem Steel Co.
The Bridge Club baseball team of
the Bethlehem Steel Company Inter-
Department League, are ready to
schedule twilight or Saturday after
noon games on foreign grounds. Any
club in the surrounding vicinity of
fering a reasonable guarantee can
secure this attraction by communi
cating with Samuel B. Curran, bridge
department office, Bethlehem Steel
Company, Steelton, Penna.
Perry countians previous defeats,
played a high class game against Mil
lersburg last Saturday, and a repe
tition of that exhibition will cause
considerable trouble for the steel
town players. The Duncannon de
fense also showed better form last
Saturday than it had done on previ
ous occasions.
Gilday. former Dauphin hurlpr, will
be the mound selection of Manager
Taylor for the Newport team, while
Kerns will be behind the bat. Dun
cannon's choice is somewhat uncer
tain. but it is most probable that Earl
Waltz will be used. "Lefty" Garve
rlch may get a chance. "Abie Dear
olf" will catch.
Nickcy, If '. . 2 0 0 2 1 0
Layton, c. rf ... . 3 0 1 6 1 0
Sharon, rf, 2b '.. 2 0 0 1 0 0
Shearer, ss 2-0 1 0 5 1
Total 23 1 4 18 10 2
AB. Rc H. O. A. E.
Farina, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 1
M. Zurance, ss . 4 0 2 2 2 0
YY'. Dailey, 2b . . 5 1 1 3 1 0
Dalinar, lb ....4 0 1 5 0 0
Gustin, c 4 1 0 7 1 0
C. Neuwbaum, cf 4 3 3 0 0 0
F. Newlaum, rf . 4 0 1 1 0 0
Lauder, p 2 1 2 1 2 0
J. Zerance, If .. 4 1 1 1 0 0
I Totals 35 7 12 21 7 1
Swatara 0 0 0 0 0 0 I—l
St. Mary's 0 10 15 0 x—7
Two-base hit—M. Zerance. Sacri
fice hits—J. Zerance. Struck out —
By Lauder. 7; Kurtz, 8. Base on
| bal's—Off Lauder. 3; Kurtz, 1. Left
:on base—St. Mary's. 4; Swatara, 2.
i Stolen bases —Dalinar, Newbaum,
j Lauder, Young. Matter, Layton.
Parsed balls Layton. Umpires—
Stouter and Moore.
the keystone of a team and that is
where Barry will be worth his weight
in gild to the Macks as, outside of
the need of pitchers the Macks were
weakest at second. The return of
Barry should work wonders on the
all-around defensive work of the in
ner combination. YY'ith Shannon at
the middle station much of Dugan's
great work at short lost its effective
ness for Shannon invariably looked
bad at swinging double plays and on
any situation where quick thinking
was required he was conspicuously
not there.
Klein Chocolate club was to play
on the Hill last evenlg, but the field
was deep in mud from continued
rain, and although 1000 fans came out
the-players did not appear. The game
was called off at 3 o'clock. To-night
St. Mary's and Reading encounter.
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Engineers and Firemen
Stars Will Shine at
West End Saturday
Bank! Another hard tussle sched
uled for Saturday at 5 p. m. sharp 1
between the West End A. A. and the
Engineers and Firemen- to be played
at Fourth and Seneca streets. Both
teams are represented in the YVest
End tivilight league, but this contest
will be independent of the league
standing. A closely contested game
is looked for owing to the fact that
Mar.-ager Beatty of the Engineers
and Firemen has intimated that he
is going to spring some grand sur
prises. The Engineers and Firemen
have been going a fast clip lately and
it is a known fact that they will be
hard to beat. They have tho heavi
est hitting team in? the W. E. T.
League and have four of tho fastest
base runners in the league in Rote,
Hoover, Boss and Madden; in fact
they are considered about the best
in Dauphin county. The YY'est End
management has everything in readi
ness to handle one of the largest
crowds of the season. There will
be lots of loyal rooters on hand for
both teams. It is understood that
every available railroad man will be
on hand to do the rooting and help
bring the bacon to the Engineers and
Firemen. The YVest End aggrega
tion is in tine form and every man
on the team will be out to win. 'I ho
probable batteries will be for Engi
neers and Firemen. Gilday, Eveler
arid "Fattie" Dill: for West End,
Eucker, Levan. Strieker and Kniglit.
Cocklin and Cunningham.
Everybody wanting to sec real
baseball jump on a Third street ear
and get off at Fourth and Seneca
streets. A good grandstand and
oodles of bleachers are at hand to
accommodate the large crowd.
Prussian Assembly
Votes Confidence
in the Government
By Associated Press.
Berlin. June 2 7.—The Prussian
National Assembly has passed a res
olution expressing confidence in the
government. This action followed a
discussion of the peace situation by
the Assembly.
Washington, June 27.—A Senate
committee recommended that tho
tariff commission be abolished. The
House appropriation of $300,000 for
salaries of commission members and
I expenses was stricken from the sun
j dry civil bill.
Fishing Tackle
Get the "Big Ones"
Be sure to come to us for your tackle if you want the best.
We have the largest stock of high grade fishing tackle in
tOYY*n and it does not cost you any more than ordinary fishing
A glance in our shoYV Yvindovvs will conY'ince you that Har
risburg has at last, A REAL TACKLE STORE.
For the accommodation of our many patrons Yve Nvill sell
Live Bait beginning Saturday, the 28th. MinnoYvs, Catfish,
Crabs, Lamprey Eels, Tadpoles, Bull Frogs, Night CraYvlers,
Angleworms and other baits too numerous to mention Yve
Yvill endeaY'or to haY'e always on hand.
Come to the Up-to-Date Tackle Store
Cohen's Sporting Goods Store
Alexander Kassnar, Mgr.
431 Market St. Wholesale & Retail At Subway
Paris, Juno 27. —The Danish gov.
ernment has protested to the Peace
Conference against acts of the Ger
mans in Danish Schleswig. It is al
leged that the Germane are selling
property belonging to the state.