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BELLEFONTE VS. STATE COLLEGE.
Foralongtime the rivalry, in base-ball, between
the State College and Bellefonte clubs has been
intense and the latter club has always been eager
to cross bats with the College nine, regardless
of the overwhelming defeats suffered in the past,
and the game played on the 21st of May was no
exception to the rule. The Bellefonte nine,
composed of better all-around players, better bat
ters (the old song), and accompanied by their
Mascotte, arrived at two o’clock and proceed
ed to the grounds for preliminary practice.,
After some wrangling about the rules the game
was called at 3:55, by Mr. James Hughes,
with Bellefonte at the bat. They were retired
in one, two, three order, Cassidy going out on a
grounder to White, Clark flew to Mitchell and
Kurtzenbauer struck out. Our boys in their
half of the first, made one run on singles by
McLean and Brew, The visitors added another
goose egg to their score in the second and the
example was followed by the home team. In the
third, Bellefonte again failed to score, Harnmil,
Cassidy and Stewart going out at Ist, on ground
ers, the College piling up four runs on singles by
Brew, Rose, White and Barclay. Clark scored
on errors in the fourth, giving his club their first
run, Kurtzenbauer scored for them in the sixth on
a base hit, a stolen base, and two passed balls.
The fourth, fifth and sixth innings netted six
runs for the collegians and M itchell commenced to
ease up allowing the visitors to score in the eighth
and ninth. The latter part of the game was
characterized by the superiority of the home team
in handling the willow. The features of the
game were the catching of Stewart, Jackson’s
great catch of Harris’s, long fly into left field, and
the pitching of Mitchell. The score was as fol
STATE OOI.U'.CIK. IIL'LLKVOvTE,
it. mi sii po A K. 11.1111. sit ro A b.
MoLuan, 0.... 2 2 5 7 (I 0 Cassidy. 2b 1 0 2 0 1 8
•laoUson, 1 f 2 2 2 1 0 0 Clark, l.f. I 2 2 0 0 0
Itruw, 0 1. 2 8 2 0 0 0 Kurtzob’iM' f l 1 1 0 0 0
Hoso, 2b 2 12 2 10 lll'own, 3b II 0 0 i) I! 0
Mitchell, n 1 0 10 2 1 Crider, p .. o o 2 1 ii ;i
Crump, ss 2 2 2 2 II 8* McKnlght, lb.l 1 010 0 1
Mock, 8b 1 8 0 2 2 l I'urrls, e, f... .0 1 o o l o
VV bite, lb 1 8 8 0 0 1 Ilamili, s s o 0 0 12 2
llai'olay.rf 2 2 B o o o Stewart, o .... o 1 l l) 2 B
Total 15 18 28 27 8 4 Total.. ..4 0 824 12 0
•Excused for ono error.
The young orator began his first great ef
fort as follows: “Ladies and gentlemen, I—l—l
feel-feel, ladies and gentlemen, I fee-feel-Oh,
ladies and gentlemen if there were only a window
in my heart you could see the feeling which agi
tates me I’’ A wiry urchin in the audience:
“Wouldn’t a pane in your stomach do ?”
THE FREE LANCE.
’,77 —S, D. Ray has a cozy law office on High
street, Bellefonte, I’a.
—Capt. Chas. W. Roberts, of West Chester,
expects to attend Commencement.
’B2 —J. M. Dale is practicing law with the firm
of Beaver & Gephart, of Bellefonte, Pa. '
’84 —Jas, Alexander is reading law with J. G.
Love, of Bellefonte, Pa , since his lather’s death.
’Bl—Prof. D. O. ■ Ktters, of Bellefonte, so
journed at State College during a part of last
’Bl—E. R. Chambers, Attorney-at-law, Belle
fonte, Pa., made an address at Boalsburg on Me-
’7S—-Miss Anna M. Stackhouse is pursuing a
post-graduate course in mathematics at the Uni
versity of Michigan.
’83 —W. E. Gray, who is practicing law at
Bellefonte, Pa., spoke on Memorial Day at Miles
burg and other places,
—M. li, Baldwin, of the Chicago, and J.
Monte Ward, of the New York base ball clubs,
were formerly students at this college.
—Miss H. A. McElwain, Lt.lyPrincip.il, w.v,
suddenly called to Minneapolis last week on be
half of a suffering brother, lately injured.
'85 —P. F. Nshikian writes that he is about
leaving for Boston, where he has accepted a situ
ation as chemist with Metcalf & Co., 39 Tre
’85 —Prof. C. C. Chesney, of Doylestown
Seminary, is the only graduate &f the Pennsylva
nia State College now living in Bucks county.—
—Dr, A. Edgar Osborne, a member of the
class of ’76, has recently been appointed Super
intendent of the California Home for the Cure
and Training of Feeble-minded Children- at