Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, October 06, 1919, Page 13, Image 13

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Grid Boy Big Factors in Run
ning Up Scores; Steelton
Stars in Evidence
Saturday College football players
throughout the country had their
first try out with other Institutions
of Mcfc*r learning, sua Harrlsbutg
had more than Its share of stars who
brought fame to themselves and their
•Alma Mater. One game that con
tained a flock of Harrlsburg lads
was the Penn State Gettysburg
battle at State College. The battle
field lads held State to a no score
In the first half and then lost out
S3 to 0 In the latter half of the
Participating at State were Clar
ence Bpck at half back for the win
ners. For Gettysburg, "Vic" Eman
uel. Ziegler, "Barrel" Martz, J eTT J
Frock and Adam Houts participated.
Bihl at Bui-knell
Bucknell has switched "Vic" Bihl
to end from center where he starred
for Tech last season. "Midge" Mc
oann alternated with Bihl at end.
Vlorrett, of Steelton High, played at
center. Injuries kept Ebner, Lans
ter and Dayhoft on the side llnea
Carl Shelley, of Steelton, coach at
Dickinson, of the Frwhman players,
looked over the Lehigh—Ctsjnvu
match at South Bethlehem. The |
Dlckinsoniars meet Ursinus next
Saturday. Bob Myers of Camp Hill
is coach of the Carlisle Varsity.
Fred Beck, a "T" lad at Tech last
fall, played a sterling game for Leb
anon Valley at Lebanon against
Vtllanova. The contest ended in a
no score game. Ryan, the f° r ) T,er
Tech coach, was one of the omctaia.
Galahad Athletes Feast
on Chicken and Waffles
Members of the Galahad Recrea
tion Club ate chicken and waffles
at Grantville Saturday night, and
incidentally talked over the past
baseball season and at the same time
planned to place just as strong a .
basketball quintet In the cage this
coming winter. "It was a feast for |
the Gods." as one of the members i
put it. Captain Raymond sta t l T
of the baseball team was awarded
the two and one-half dollar gold
piece, given by W. M. Hoerner for ,
the plaver voted the most useful to
the team during the season j
Manager A. H. Fritz acted lis toast
master. and toasts were responded ,
to by D. Clark Hawley, Ra> mond
Starry. "Bill" Reiff. C. W Wolf J. .
Allen Gebhard, "Tom" Retlty. Eph |
Klerner, George Allen,
Bowers, and Harold Cobaugh. Man
ager "Bob" Storey told those present
of the Plans for the coming <*ason
and expressed the wish that there
might be Just as much
on the part of the players in the
cage as there was on the diamond.
Those present included: ~
\. H. Fritz, "Steps" and "Neps
Bowers, Georgi Allen, Clark
Karl Stanffer, £aul Stauffer, Harold
Gilbert, Robert Storey. Harold Co
baugh, Ravmond Starry, W. M. RsiH,
rharles Hlllcr. E. D. Bit Dan
iel Blttner, Leslie Foland, William
McQuade, "Buck" Williams, h
vinrner "Eggie" Fetrow, Tom ;
Befilv, Tom Glblin, Ed Errvanuel,
Chaxies linger, J. Allen Gebhard, ,
Paul C. Rexroth, and C. W. V olfe.
The trip was made by autos.
Klein Shuts Out an
All-Star League Team
. Marietta, Pa.. Oct 6. —Before 2,-
"00 people the Klein Chocolate
of Elizabethtown, downed the All- ■
Stars, composed of American League
plavers from the Athletics, DetroL,
Boston and New York, by the score
The game, sensational through
cut was played on the Marietta stor-,
nge vards diamond.
R. H. O. A. E.
Witt. 3b 0 0 0 3 0
Brown, ss 0 1 i Z '
Strunk, cf 0 14 0 0
B'.i*us, lb ....... ® J J 2 1
Tintt. 2b J J - ! J
Ycrkes, rf 2 2 12 2
'Bush, if 2 2 2 2 2
Perkinf, o ....... 0 2 .i 0 0
Koefo, p
, Totals "o 0 27 15 I
R. H. O. A. E.
Hunter, cf 0 1 2 0 0
IVrightstone, 3b . . 0 13 10
Cranston, 2b 0 0 2 3 0
Kay, rf 0 0 8 ® ®
XaufTmatv 1b.... 0 0 7 0 0
Vhompson, If .... 2 2 3 0 0
Groff, ss ......... 0 1 5 0 1
Trout, c 0 1 2 1 0
Decatur, p 0 ® 0 8 ®
Totals 2 627 8 1
All-Stars ...00000000 o—o
Klein ~ 01000001 —2
Mt. Union Eleven Springs
Surprise at Huntingdon
Mount Union, Pa., Oct. 6.—Satur
day afternoon Mount Union High
school sprung a btg surprise and
defeated Huntingdon High school,
score 19 to 6, Peters, a quarterback,
scoring two touchdowns and Pe
duzzi end, another. All touchdowns
were made from forward pases, one
of which was intercepted from
Huntingdon. Curry, at fullback,
displayed some classy work and
with the hard playing of all the
,hoys the Mount Union lads deserve
much credit. The summary:
Hollenbaugh, I.e. Brenneman, I.e.
Briggs, l.t. Smucker. l.t.
' Foster, l.g. SnaTe, l.g.
Jk. Suders, c. Havers, c.
Uhngacre, r.g. Grubb. r.g.
Vaughn, r.t. P. Havers, r.t.
Peduzzi, r.e. Bradley, r.e.
Peters, q.b. Stauflbr. q.b.
-rosensteel, l.h.b. Kenyon, l.h.b.
Thompson. r.h.b. Everhard, r.h.b.
Curry, f b- Davis, f.b.
Touchdowns, Peters, 2, Peduzzi,
Kenyon. Goal from touchdown,
Longacre. Substitutes, Mt Union,
- Storanoff, E. Suders. Drake. Ger
lock. Time of <uarters, 12 and 10
minutes. Referee, Folger. Umpire.
The Liberty A. C. of New Cum
berland, was a victor over the Peer
less A. C. eleven, <jf Harrisburg, by a
score of 12 to 0 le a game played at
New Cvccinland Saturday. The Lib
*r-.y -eai-i Is without a game for
u#xt Saturday. Its players average
135 pounds. Communicate with
Charles R. Cline, P. O. Box 19 5, New-
Little Jeff to Meet Hard Cus
tomer in Young Fulton;
Other Bouts
KM' WtTßanm Is a popular boy to
the ring-. He was dethroned hut
nwser defeated. He bae never turn
ed down a challenge. His reoord
shows that he fought more-long dis
tance battles, to decisions, with his
title at stake, than all the different
champions, during the past ten
years, put together.
Brooks Is Good Boy
Terry Brooks, the Norfolk, Va.,
naval base Instructor, who meets
Williams, in the feature event of
ten rounds before the Olympia A. C„
In Steelton. Wednesday night, is an
other battler who fears no one in
his class, as his victories over Toung
Chaney, of Baltimore proves.
Chaney was unable to get Herman
to meet him in a decision bout, but
when Chaney and Herman met In a
twelve-round no-deciston bout In
Baltimore, every newspaperman
present gave Chaney the best of It.
Then A 1 Britt. the Baltimore light
weight, who le claimed to be the
hardest hitter of weight In the coun
try, was another victim of Brooks,
Buck Friedman, Jack Wolf and
Johnny Coulon, whom Williams beat
for the world's title, at Vernon, Cal.,
was another victim of the naval
champion, which proves that the
Kid will have his hands full.
With Williams' arrival to-morrow
will come Little Jeff, the best fly
weight tn America, who Is on the
cards to meet Toung F*ulton, In a
special bout of six rounds, and when
Jeff's manager allows his protege
to meet a boxer of Fulton's ability,
with about ten pounds the worst of
It in weight, It speaks volumes for
the confidence Manager W&xman
has In Williams' little boxing part
ner. Fulton, without doubt. Is the
best batsman that has ever shown In
these parts.
Jack Cleaver, another Allentown
boy, with a clean record for wins,
will meet Billy Atticks, the local
knockout king, and If dope is right,
Atticks Is In for his first setback.
Hal Shay, another local boy, with a
promising future, will also meet the
toughest opponent of his career,
when he faces Harry Crontc, of
York, recently discharged from the
Navy, where he cleaned up In his
class through the entire fleet. The
advance sale of tickets indicate a
large crowd.
New Bloomfield Loses to
Lewistown Football Eleven
I>ewlstown, Pa.. Oct. 6.—New
Bloomfield Academy football team
lost to Lewistown by a score of 69
to 0. The end runs by Lsiwler and
the work of Fisher and O'Hara were
great features of the struggle. The
lineup and summary wollows:
New Bloomfield.
Herman, L e. Steele (Britt) I.e.
Madelin, 1.1. Price, 1.1
Chambers, 1. g. Prints, L g.
MeGlnnls, o. Pauly, c.
Rivere, r. g. Ellis, r. g,
Oakholdt, r. t. Jordan, r. t.
Smith, r. e. Gushard, r. a
Grant, q. b. Lawler, q. b.
"Usares, 1. b. b. Fish, 1. h. b.
Atticks, r. h. tx. O'Hara, r. h. b.
Anderson, f. b. Giles, f. b.
Touchdowns —Steele, 2 ; Lawler, 9:
Giles, 3; Britt, Gushard, Fish. Goals
from touchdowns —Gushard, Pauly,
Giles. Referee—Prof. Bailey. Um
pire—Cuddy. Head linesman—Cou
try. Linesmen—Mike Mateer and j
Varnalman. Time—lo-mtnute quar
Zembo Team to Meet
Businessmen Wednesday
That the Volleyball game is going
to be a leading sport this winter is
shown in the many inquiries received
daily as to what teams are willing
to get into a series. Since the Zembo
Patrol team has been showing a
pace there are many challenges
pouring into Manager "Cappy" Hoy
and he Is now at a loss to know
how he will be able to take on all
the teams anxious to play the
The game Wednesday night will
be the second of a series arranged.
The 5.15 class Businessmen from the
Y. M. C. A. gymnaisum will oppose
Zembo patrol. This game starts at
8 o'clock and is open to the public.
A nominal admission fee is charged.
There will be a big dance program
after the game with the Franklin
twelve-piece orchestra playing. The
teams will lineup as follows:
George Carl McCord
(Capt.) Taylor
George Preston Miller
H. D. Pedlow Shindler
Frank Davenport Rexroth
Carl Heefner (McConnell)
C. Price Hull
Gettysburg First Winner
in Battle With Academy
Gettysburg High won over Harris
bung Academy Saturday, scorb 19
to 0. The local eleven was made up
of a number of second team players
because of the late arrival of regu
lars, who were held up on the rail
road on their way to Harrlsburg.
The first score by Gettysburg came
through a fumble after 35 yards had
been gained on two plays was respon
sible for the first score, Armor getting
the ball and carrying it over. An in
tercepted forward pass led to the
r.ext Gettysburg score. Armor mak
ing the play. A fumble In the last
quarter by a Gettysburg man was re
sponsible for the third touchdown, it
being made on the eight-yard line.
Armor carried it over. The regulars
arrived near the close of the first
half and finished the game. The sum
Ruhl, r. a. Berger, 1. e.
McKey, 1. t. Peters. 1. t.
Hendry, 1. g. Raymond, 1. g.
Leib, c. Schemulker, c.
Clement, r. g. Perry, r. g.
Hoke, r. t. Leister, r. t.
Gregg, r. e. Neiser, r. e.
Armstrong, q. b. Sheely, q. b.
Mllnor, r. h. Gorden, r. h.
Ludlngton, 1. h. Hunter,, 1. h.
Loose, Capt., f. b. Armor. ,Capt., f. b.
Touchdowns, Armor I; goals from
touchdowns. Hunter 1; substitutes,
for Academy—White for McKey, Eng
land for Leib, Menger for Milnor.
Ernest Shuman has been elected
manager of the Methodist Club bas
ketball team and has started on
plans for the coming season. A
large number of candidates are ex
pected to answer the first call, which
will be made during th first week of
next month.
SNOODLES By Hungerford
£ . IrSSNv f ♦ler ! WHfitiYE MEAN I >
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White Sox Only Credited
With Single Earned Run
How Impotent the White Sox's
celebrated attack hae been so far
during the world's series is well
illustrated by the fact that of
their six runs, the total for the
four games played to only
one Is of the "earned" variety.
On the other hand, the Rede have
accumulated 15 tallies, most of
which resulted from clean hitting,
although several were profiteered.
World's Series Records
W. L Pet.
Cincinnati (National) .... * 1 .760
Chicago (American) 1 8 .250
Reealt mt Games
First game at Cincinnati —Cincin
nati. 9; Chicago, 1. Batteries—Rue
ther and Wlngo; Clcotte, Wilkinson.
Lowdermllk and Schalk.
Second Game at Cincinnati—Cincin
nati, 4; Chicago, 2. Batteries—Sallee
and Rariden; Williams and Schalk.
Third game at Chicago—Chicago,
3; Cincinnati, 0. Batteries—Kerr and
Schalk; Fisher, Luque andd Rariden.
Fourth game at Chicago—Cincin
i clnnatl. 2; Chicago, 0. Batteries —•
Ring and Wlngo; Clcotte and Schalk.
To-day's game—Cincinnati at Chica
Army Hospitals To
Take Care of Wounded
Soldiers and Sailors
According to word received from
the Army Recruiting Officer at Har
rlsburg, Army hospitals will * now
provide treatment for discharged
sailors and marines as well as sol
diers. Discharged soldiers, sailors
and marines are civilians under the
law and In the matter of hospital
treatment come under provisions of
paragraph 1459, Army Regulations.
Any soldier, sailor or marine who
has been honorably discharged since
October 6, 1917, for disability in
curred in line of duty and whose
present condition is a reactivation of
that disability or as consequent upon
It, Is entitled to hospital or sana
torium care under provisions of War
Risk Insurance Act either In a mili
tary hosptal, If there be room for
him, or in local civilian Institutions.
Freighter "Casey" Will
Be Launched Saturday
New York, Oct. 6. —District Man
ager H. C. Higglns, of the United
States Shipping Board, announced
to-day that hull No. 1,487, now com
pleted at the Hog Island shipyard.
Philadelphia, will be ready for
Saturday afternoon. October 11, the
eve of Columbus Day.
The vessel Is to be called "Casey,"
a title bestowed upon the workers of
the Knights, of Columbus during the
fierce fighting in the Argonne Forest.
In announcing the tribute which Is
being paid to the K. C., the official
letter states: "The hull will be
christened Casey. In recognition of
the splendid work of the Knights of
Columbus in the Interests of the
soldiers of the American Expedition
ary forces."
An elaborate program has been
arranged for the christening of the
"Casey." Little Miss Miriam Flah
erty, daughter of James A. Flaherty,
of Philadelphia, supreme knight of
the Knights of Columbus, has been
elected sponsor for the ship. All
, the supreme officers and board of di-
I rectors will be present.
Pershing to Retain
ALF. Headquarters
The Secretary of "War baa In
formed General John J. Pershing
that he Is authorised and directed
to maintain temporarily the Head
quarters of the A. E. P. In
lngton, D. C., with personnel of
thirteen regular officers and twelve
emergency officers, 45 field clerks
and 85 soldiers. This personnel will
be entirely under his command and
submit to his orders. This author
ity covers granting of leaves and
Issuance of travel orders. These in
structions do not contemplate that
he should exercise court-martial
jurisdiction. The relations which
have been maintained between Gen
eral Pershing and the War Depart
ment during his absence In F /* n . e
will continue and the orders he is
sued will be those usual and con
sistent with regulations and poli
cies as established by the War De
partment The usual channel of
communication from the de
partment, through The
| General, to him will remain in force.
Government Will Handle
Interstate Wheat Appeals
Washington. Oct. #. —■ Effective
Immediately the United Btates De
partment of Agriculture wUlha„dle
all wheat appeals from '".7
spectors* grades on '"J™* 1 * formal
as Interstate transactions Formal
ly, under the grain standards act,
wheat was required to be shipped or
delivered for shipment acroesstafce
lines before an appeal could be
taken to the government
The Tarsus Gymnastic School
football team figured In games Sat
urday and yesterday, and were de
feated In both.
On Saturday the eleven opposed
' the Busquehanna A. C. team, of Mll
lersburg, and was downed by a score
of 31 to 0. Yesterday the St Jo
seph's C.* C. eleven, of Lancaster,
was met at Lancaster, the final score
being 12 to 0.
This was the day for the appear
ance of the New York Giants tn Har
rlsburg. Rain this morning made the
game look doubtful. Manager John
Brackenridge said he would play If
the rain stopped before noon. The
grounda will be In good shape by 1.80
the time fixed for the game to start.
All arrangements have been made to
have the returns from the world's
series games at Chicago announced.
Umpire Kleram the man with a voice
that can be heard at a long distance
St Mary's C C. Loses
Game With Mercersburg;
Steelton Boys Play Hard
Mawrslmrf, Pa., Oct. I.—Mer
cersburg won the third shutout
gridiron victory of the season Sat
urday by a score of 20 to 0 against
the St. Mary's Athletic Club of
Mercersburg's first touchdown
came In the first half, when Quar
terback Adams, who was recently
shifted from an end position, car- |
ried the ball through center on j
the one-yard line.
The goal was kicked a minute j
later by Seasholt*. Starcher made
another count for the Cumberland j
Valley eleven In the first half, when j
he recovered a fumbled forward
pass attempted by St. Mary's and
ran twenty-two yards. Seasholtz also
kicked this goal.
Stearns crossed the line for Mer
cersburg's last touchdown a minute
before the half ended.
Mercersburg failed to score In the
second half. The work of the entire
Mercersburg backfleld featured,
while on the line Sanford. McElwaln
and Starcher starred. Steelton play
ers made a great light hut have had
little practice to date. The lineup:
St. Mary's A. C. Mercersburg.
Krasollc, r. e. Sanford, r. e.
Kotchlmer, r. t Hunt, r. L
Seerance, r. g. McElwaln. r. g.
Welcomer, c. Dahlgren. e.
Towsen, 1. g. Burr, 1. g.
Marslco, 1. t. Kline, 1.1.
Ewlng, 1. e. Starcher, 1. e.
Farina, q. b. Adams, q. b.
Corslln, r. h. b. Stearns, r. h. b.
Selway, 1. h. b. Harper, 1. h. b.
McAlllchs. f. b. Seasholts, f.'b.
Score by periods:
Mercersburg .... 7 13 0 o—2o
Stfl Mary's 0 0 0 o—■ 0
Touchdowns Adams. Starcher,
Steams. Goals from touchdowns —
Seasholtz, 2. Substitutions —Mer-
cersburg—Reynolds for Dahlgren,
Robb for Seasholts, Elly for Burr;
St. Mary's, Pleachey for Kotchlmer,
i Kotchimer for McCallichs, Miller for
| Towsen. Referee—Harris, Harrls
burg. Umpire—Sostar, Steelton.
Head linesman —Curran. Mercers
burg. Assistant—Traylor, Mercers
burg. Time of quarters—lo, 12, 10,
By Associated Press.
Phflhpeburg, N. J., Oct. 6.—Wil
liam Taylor, member of the Board
of Freeholders and retired contrac
tor, was almost Instantly killed yes
terday when struck by an automo
bile driven by John Bachman, pres
ident of the First National Bank of
Phllllpsburg. Bachman had but re
cently secured hla car. Both men
became confused as Taylor was
about to croqp the street at an In
tersectlon and Bachman approached
In the car.
By Associated Press.
Oc&la- Fla.. Oct 6.—A man be
lieved to be Hen Burkoutx, wanted
on the charge of taking $178,000 In
Liberty Bonds belonging to the Na
tional Surety Company of New
York, was arrested here Saturday
night. The bonds were taken from
a messenger of Richard Whitney St
Company, In New York, on August
12 last. The arrested man gave hie
name as W. K. Singleton,
will officiate If there le * game, and
announce the playere and plays la
Chicago. Klemm has been a National
League indicator man for sometime.
Klein will use Rltter former team
mate of New York players, and hie
same lineup that was In tha game
yesterday. New York's lineup will
Include: Burns, Lr; Kauff. c.f.; Young,
r.f.; Chas, lb.; Doyle. 3b.; Fletcher,
s.s.; Frlsch, 8b; Snyder or McCarty,
c.; Barnes or Dnbuc, p.
Camp Curtin Juniors Win
in First Football Game
In the first game at Hershey Sat
urday Camp Curtin Junior High team
scored a touchdown 81 seconds after
play started. The Juniors snowed
Hershey High under score 97 to 0.
The next touchdown required 54
seconds of plsying, and the third
just 21 seconds. But on# first down
was made by the Hershey team, that
on a forward pass. Hershey was out
weighed. The score at the close or,
the first half was 61 to 0. The Camp ,
Curtin team played well. The sum
Lytle L. 15. D.Copenhaver.L.E.
Lover, L. T. Gingrich, L. T.
Graeff, L. G.- Dlsslnger, L. G.
Asper, C. Ferucci, C.
Lanty, R. G. C.Copenhaver.R.G.
Greenawalt, R. T. Leie.v, R. T.
Burd, R. E. Lelthelser, R. E.
Bricker, Q. B. Dowhower, Q. B.
Wtlsbach, R. H. BShea, R. H. p.
Hummel, F. B. Belser, F. B.
Touchdowns: Wllsbach, 5; Brlckor,
4; Crownshield, 2; Lytle, 2; Hummel,
Stroup, Yaufle. Goal from touch
down, Wllsbach. 1. Substitutions,
Camp Curtjn—Matson for Boyer,
Stroup for Wllsbach, Shocker for
Bricker, DeShong for Burd, Laufle
for Wllsbach, DeShong for Lytle,
Hershey—McKlnnon for Gingrich,
Finney for Leitheiser. Referee,
Bordner. Umpire, Pelffer. Head
linesman, Peters. Time of quarters,
two ten minutes each; two eight
minutes each.
West End Fumbles Were
Costly in First Game
Costly fumbles by members of the
West End football team figured
largely In their defeat by the Ober
lin eleven In a game at Fourth and
Seneca streets, Saturday afternoon.
The score was 18 to 0.
Bishop, R. E. Winn, R. E.
Long, R. T. Haas, R. T.
Caasel, R. G. Reed. R. G.
H. Handshaw, C. J. Dill, C.
J. Gustln, L. G. Spotta, L. G.
M. Gustln. L. T. Baltch, L. T.
Btepp, L. E. Hlney, L. E.
Shuey, Q. B. Hall, Q. B.
Shearer, L. H. B. Williams, L. H. 1
Christmer, R. H. B.Miller, R. H. B.
B. Handshaw. F. B.W. Dill. . B.
Touchdowns: Shearer, Christmer.
Goals, Christmer. Substitutes, Finney
for Stepp, Euker, for Miller, MoCann
for J. Dili, Winn for Reed, Mtlier for
Winn, Flickinger for McCann. Re
feree, Bhickley. Umpire, Wise. Time
keeper, St. Clair. Time of quarters,
10 minutes each.
By Associated Press.
Copenhagen, Oct. 6.—Polish forces
have carried the fortifications of
Dvlnsk, between old Rufsla and Po
land, after two daya of hsrd fighting,
according to Berlin advtoes. All the
city except a portion south of the
Duns river Is now held by the Poles,
It Is said.
By Associated Press.
SC. Louis, Oct 6.—Three daya
after landing In an Isolated section
of Canada, Captain Paul J. McCul
lough, piloting the St. Louis Eighty
four in the national championship
balloon race, reported the position
of him balloon last night aa approx
imately S6O miles northeast of St
K. O. Loughlin Will Go Six
Rounds With Jimmy
Manager Bill Rynk of the Motive
Power Athletic Club announced to
day that he had ail arrangements
complete for the opening boxing
show to-morrow night. The first bout
will be called at 8.30 which will
mark the beginning of an active sea
son with this popular organization.
All shows will be held at the ath
letic club rooms. Seventh and Boyd
While Interest is strong tn the
wtndup feature, there will be thrills
,'ln every bout. K. O. Willie Loughlin
will meet Jimmy Leggett late of
Panama, a Philadelphia boy who has
been showing some pace. It will be
'a six-round battle, and Loughlin
who Is out to meet all covers and
already has many signed up, will not
have an easy proposition judging
from the good things that have been
mid about Leggett.
Out-of-Town Fans Coming
Because of this bout many Phila
delphia, Lancaster, Reading, Leb
anon, Allentown and York fans will
be on hand. It is probable that
Johnny Gill will be there to offer a
challenge If he can get away. How
ever the York boy is willing to make
a match with Loughlin at the latter's
terms, according to reports.
A 1 Clarke will meet Joe Marks in
the seml-wlndup. This bout Is also
likely to cause fans to sit up and
take notice. Another six-round
battle will be between Billy Atticks
and Bchoolboy Wlltae. The latter
weighs 170 pounds. Red Singer will
meet Nate Isaac man. The latter Is
a local boy and popular with fans.
Elsie Lambert Hostess
at Lewisberry Function
A birthday party and corn roast
were held at the home of Miss Elsie
of Lewlsberry. The guests
present enjoyed games, music and
dancing. Refreshments wore served
'.to the following people: Misses Es
.ter Cummings, Arietta Tltzel, Ger
trude Ziegler, Pearl Fowler, Caro
line Tritt, of Leraoyne; Clara Mae
Webster, Helen Smith, Mary Deihl,
.of Harrlsburg; Viola Lambert and
Elsie Lambert, Esther Shubar, Anna
Smith. Myrtle Smith, Mildred Spang
.ler, of Lewisberry; Miller Fencil,
[John Fowler, Robert Lambert, Wal
ter Lambert, George Wallace, Earn
,est Fair, John Cummings, Charles
Jack Smith, of Le
l.moyne; Charles Shoafer, Paul
Bushev, Harrlsburg; George Ebaugh,
Mt. Wolf; James Smith, Aaron
Spanglor, Lewlsberry; Joseph
Rockey, Paul Brinton, New Cumber
land: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lambert,
Lewisberry. The party was chap
eroned by Mrs. George Fowler, Mrs.
,J. Cummings, of Lemoyne; and Mr.
l and Mrs. Sterling Fair.
Many New Churches
For Presbyterians
New York, Oct. 6.—Applications
for the erection of twenty-seven
churches and manses at a cost of
397,300, have Just been favorably
acted upon by the Presbyterian
Board of Church Erection, It was
announced from Presbyterian head
Thirty-one congregations applied
for aid from the hoard and the ap
plications came from all parts of
the United States. Among them
were the Wlslnomlng at Philadel
Criminal Court in
Cumberland Begins
Carlisle, Pa., Oct #.—With only
six cases listed, the majority of
them of minor Importance, the Oc
tober session of criminal court for
Cumberland county opened to-day.
The attendance was also kept down
owing to the new law which pro
vides that constables must have
something to report when they make
i return to the court.
Philadelphia, Oct. I.—Three times
between midnight and 3 o'clock yes
terday morning street corners In
South Philadelphia were the scenes of
shooting affrays In which a negro po
liceman was shot to death and seven
men wounded by more than half a
hundred bullets.
Pacta, Oct. 3.—Colonel E. M. House,
accompanied by Mrs. House, left Paris
for Brest last night. Thsy will sail for
homo to-day on the Northern Pacific.
Allen town, Pa., Oct- 6. One is
dead, another dying and a third Is
badly injured aa the result of an
accident early Sunday, when an auto
from Allentown ran Into a crowd
of eight young men on the pike be
tween Guthsvllle and HofTmans
vllle. '
Lewlstown, Pa., Oct 6.—The Ohev
Sholom congregation laid the cor
nerstone of the first Hebrkw syna
gogue to be erected In Lewistown on
Sunday afternoon at 2.30 with ap
propriate ceremonies. Kabbt Haas,
of Harrlaburg, and Dr. F. A. Rupp
and W. A. Hutchinaon, local speak
ers. made the addressee on the oc
casion. The synagogue will cost $26,-
Tech Has Little Trouble in
Battle With Coal Region
Tech. High. 73; Wilkes-Barre Hlgh.O.
The score run up by Tech High Sat
urday afternoon tells the story In
a nut shell. It was a repltltlon of
what the followers of the pigskin
have been seeing in Harrsburg for
the several years. No High School
team seems to be able to give Tech
a battle.
In the opening game Tech ran up
83 points on Mount Carmel, but in
the second game against Lebanon at
that place only 13 more were added.
So that Tech had a total of 96 points
for the first two games. In the first I
two contests this season Tech has i
amassed 140, or 44 more than last j
year. But harder games are coming |
when Tech tackles Baltimore, Md.;i
Washington, D. C.. and Wilmington,
Del. Then Mercersburg Academy will
have a hard battle at that place as
will Bethlehem Prep School.
Ten Minute quarters
At the start of the game with
Wlkes-Barre, Captain Frank asked
for 10-mlnute quarters. Wilkes-Barre
insisted on 12-minute quarters, and
the request was granted. Tech kicked
off to Wllkes-Barre, and being unable
to gain, the visitors kicked to Tech.
On the first play Carl Beck brushed
off the visiting players and scored a
touchdown after a 40-yard run. Just!
that soon Wilkes-Barre sued for'
peace .and asked for two 10-minute, |
'and two 8-minute quarters. Butt
with the shortened periods, Tech
scored II touchdowns and Wilsbach
kicked 7 of the goals after touch
down. Wilkes-Barre made but two
first downs on forward passes.
"Buddie" Dingle was relieved in the
second quarter because of illness. The |
entire team played well with the ex-,
ception of the fumbling. The back-1
field showed Its worth in running up
73 points, while the line looked fine
in holding the opponents to two first
downs. The lineup and summary of
the game:
J. Williama 1. e. Booke, 1. e.
Gal lager, L t Arnold. 1. t.
Cohen. 1. g. HofTsommer, 1. g.
Baisx. c. Smith, c.
Brown, r.g. Comfort, r. g.
Chase, r. t. Frank, r. t.
Miller, r. e. Emanuel, r. e,
Manganella, q. b. Dingle, q. Tv
Chapman, 1. h. b. Beck, 1. h. b.
Bower, r. h. b. Garrett, r. h. b.
Repa, f. b. Wilsbach, f. b.
Touchdowns, Beck, 6; Emmanuel, 2;
Dingle, Germer, Wilsbach. Goals
from touchdowns, Wilsbach. 7 of 11.
Substitutions, Wilkes-Barre, Bower
for J. Williams, Morgan for Mangan
ella, E. Williams for Bower, C. Eman
uel for Chapman; Tech, Erdley for
Books; Cover for Hoffsommer, Ellln
ger for Cover, Gottshall for E. Eman
uel, McCord for Dingle, Germer for
Garrett for Beck. Referee, Butler,
Brown; umpire, Killinger; head lines
man, Miller. Quarters, two 10 min
utes each and two 8 minutes each.
Edison Juniors Work For
Places on Regular Team
The boys of Edison held the best
practice they have had Saturday on
the grounds at Seventeenth ajid
Chestnut streets. The school has
been granted the privilege of the
field through the courtesy of the
owners and the Allison Hill baseball
team have taken steps to keep it
clear from Interference by ths
crowd. There were three teams In
action, but the main interest cen
tered in the squad which made up
the first two. Several new men re
ported for practice and the coaches
were able to put two equally strong
teams against each other. They
had a splendid workout and the
coaches were well pleased with the
way the teams are shaping up.
Coach Miller is of the opinion that
he could have two teams of equal
strength and will not cut his squad
below the two-team size. Every
man on Die squad has a chance
to be a member of what will be
finally called the first team. The
line on both teams did good work
and several of the end men are
becoming fast and snappy players.
World Series Games
Cincinnati vs. Chicago
Electric Player Board
Tou see everything, except the "sasslng** of the nmplrea.
Every play la reallatlcally shown. It's oa exciting oa a real
game and you can't help but cheer If you're a real baseball
fan. Oames each day until one club has won Ave.
Game* at S O'clock. Admission ... 85c (Includes war tax)
Neidhamer Wins Cap in j,
the Big Railroad Shoot; '
There Were Many Ties
Thirty-three devotees of tbs %ort
Alluring faced the Riverside traps of
the Pennsylvania Railroad Onn Club.
C. A. Niedhamer, of Philadelphia, tied
H. Brewster Shoop, the veteran Capi
tol City target shot, for the honors
in the Pennsylvania Cup stent, the
special feature with Walter D. Tyler,
of Philadelphia, tie with Edward M.
Alleman, of West Fairview, for the
runnerup trophy. Niedhamer defeat
ed Shoop in the shoot-off for the
Pennsylvania Cup, while Tyler out
shot Alleman in the shoot-off for the
Keystone Cup offered as the runner
up prise.
In the class trophies A. J. Mao-
Do well, of Philadelphia, tied with Ed
ward Weaver, of Columbia, and Thoa.
Buck, of Steelton, for the Class B do
nation, while H. B. Harts, of Harrle
burg, tied H. B. Lots, of Hlghspira,
for the Class C cup. Summary:
Pennsylvania Cup Event. 60
geta—C. A. Niedhamer, 49; H. Brew
ster Shoop, 49; Walter D. Tyler, 48;
Edward M. Alleman. 48; J. H. Freo
land, 47; John H. Shaffer, 47; Samuel
S. Hoffman, 47; A. H. Roberta, 47; C.
E. Tompkins, 47; William A. Miller,
40; John G. Martin, 48; Edward La
ley, 46; J. H. Miller. 46; A. J. Mac-
Dowoll, 46; Edward Weaver, 46;
Thomas Buck. 46; Edward A. Hoff
man. 44; G. A. Phillips. 44; Edward
A. Crossler, 48; H. B. Harts, 48; Oli
ver K. Esenhaur. 42; Harry R. Lots,
42; James C. Miller, 40; Joseph Brown
40; Edward A. Shank, 29; Albert C.
Gilbert. 38; Wlllla m Hepperly, 28; Ed
i ward Hepford, 37; James Cunning
ham. 35 Joseph Espenshade, 36; Bl
! mer Ramsey, 33.
Royal A. C. Is Winner
in Game With Highspire
The Royal A. C. trounced High
spire High School by a score of 30
J to 6. D. Dreese and G- Davis starred
. for the Royal A. C. and Nye and
| Hoch for Hlghspira On Saturday
Royal A. C. will play the Boy's
Brigade, of New Cumberland. Teams
averaging 180 pounds will com
municate with Manager R. G.
Humphreys, 1800 Reglna street,
War Tax 24 cants
Sunday, October 12
Special TraHs Leiru
Hnrrtsbnrg S.OO A. M.
Retaining, IDKIII Train
Irnvea Pittsburgh .50 P. M.
t* Visit Schrnley Perk
and ITiipps Conservatory
with their beantlfnl floral
displays, Inspect Carnegie
Institute with Its Inter
esting museum and mag
nlfleent Art Gallery, see
••The y,oo" free to the
pnblle, in attractive High
land Park and enjoy a
pleasant day's anting la
the Metropolis of west
ern Pennsylvania and an
astnmn seeing trip over
the Alleghenlea.
See Flyors. Coaaalt Agents
ar The right is reserved to
limit the sale of tickets to
the capacity of equipment
Pennsylvania R.R. I
• £