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NEWS OF THE SPO
1.0. PUNCHER MISS MARK
Gunboat Smith and Jim Coffey Fight
Stiff Bout—No Real
Xew York, Dec. 1 6.—Knockout
ranches filled the air ;it Mm<(isoti Square
Garden last night, bilt neither Gunboat
t~inith or .lim Coffey could connect with
one. It was a stiff tignt, with tln> hon
ors about even.
Smith lust a lot o.f ground because
of Coffey's aggressiveness, but lie even
ed the score every time he landed, and
llio diil that twice to Coffey's one.
The Dublin Giant fought a better
figlit than he hns put up before. He
took all of the Gunner's wallops and
never w need. Smith got into disfavor
vnrh in the light becuuse of his habit
ol sneaking over an uppercut when or
dered to step back by the referee.
Coffey seemed anxious to be in close.
Hinl lie beat a merry tune on the thin
ner's ribs every time t'iiey came to
get her. It was Jim's rushes that upset
ail of the Gunner's pin its for a K. O. He
didn't get many chances to set. When
t te end came the Gunner was going
t-trong. i'os the pace had told on Coffey.
The ofli'ial weights with both in ring
costume were: Smith, 1 SO, and Ootfev,
Wiltse Is Released
Vew \ ork. Dec. lt>. — George Wiltse,
the Giants' veteran southpaw, was giv
i n his unconditional release bv Manager
M ,'Graw yesterday. This was done to
allow Wiltse to negotiate ■without re
straint for the position of manager of
the Syracuse International league «-!;■. 1».
if either the Jersey City or Baltimore
franchise is transferred to that city.
DR. KLUGH, Specialist
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JOHNSON WAS HARDEST
WOUKER IN THE AMERICAN
Senators' Star Hurled .11 Games, in
Which He Whiffed 225 Men—
Bressler Was Fourth, Fanning INI
I in 21) Games
Walter Johnson, now out-side,the |>ale
J of organized baseball, labored in more
j games and struck out more batsmen
I than any other twirler in the American
League last season, according to the of
ficial pitching averages out to-day. The
, rangy Kansas farmer is credited with
j working in .">1 ganncs during the 1914
j dash for the pennant, iu which he
struck out 225 men. Johnson finished
| third in the ratings, two young boston
Red Sox luirlers topping him. Dutch
Leonard, the California southpaw, led
the ) itchers with :i 1.01 average l'o ■
games, while Foster, nis teammate,
was second with l.G.i. Johnson's mar ; v
was 1.7 1. While Johnson fanned the
most men and worked mfore often than
did any other twirler, he lacked his
deadly accuracy which featured his
pitching in other years. Last summci:
i lie made 14 wild pitches nnd had one
j l>a : k called upon Mm, while 74 times he
j passed a batter, besides hitting I 1 with
|an unruly heave. Once upon a time it
■ was thought that Johnson's arm tic ii.
I ered a man-killing projectile, but no
j one of the I 1 pinged last summer ha l
i to be carried to the hospital.
Rube Bressler was the best M :iek
I working percentage pitcher. The sfui I,'
! left-hander earned fourth i lace in the
j t able with a 1.76 average for 20 game*
iot effort and endqavorineut. Rube wan
real nifty in these battles, fanning 96
i and deadheading 56. Bender, runnernp
among the chanijiions to Bressler, fin
iflied twelfth in the standing, with
j Miawkey twenty-ninth and l'enno>
i thirtieth. Plank brought up at the
j thirty-lifth mark, Wyckoff forty-first
' and Bush forty-fourth.
Shaw, of Washington, was the nu>.t
liberal young man in the league, for in
! his 4S contests he transferred 137 men
! to first.
TTATCTCTSMTRd STATv-TNDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 16. 1914.
WANT LONE-STAR FOR COACH
Assistant Art Instructor at Carlisle In
dian School Named for War
Carlisle. Pa., Dec. 1 ti.—The retire
ment of Glenn S. Warner as physical
director at the Carlisle Indian School
has caused ninny trainers of athletes to
apply for his position, which covers the
coaching of the Indian football team.
Warner himself will reside here until
February, although he is at present
making plans for a southern gunning
Although William Lone-Star Dietz,
assistant art instructor at the Carlisle
school, is not a candidate iu any sensti
to succeed Warner, whom lie hai assist
ed as a football coach for a uuui'ter of
\ea.s, the artist is tiie most promincut
h mentioned for the position.
Diet/.. or Lone-Star, which is his pen
name, has hud wide experience as a
foots.mil plnvor, ha\ ing played mostly
on the line at tackie, and frequently ill
the backfield. Weighing 200 pounds,
he is as fast as a streak of lightning,
and | t rfornu'il brilliant feats oil the
Indian teams of a few years ago.
l-ono-Star plnyed in the Wt-u before
coming to Carlisle, on a reservation
? h t ol team o qralitv. The Warner
methods are second nature to Diel/.,
w'.'o has been invaluable to the great
coach. ' There is a disposition on the
part of the authorities of the Interior
Department to select an Indian, or one
v»*io has had wide experience with In
dians, to take charge of Carlisle's ath
Superintendent Lij ps. of the Carlisle
n• ill, is run traveling in the West,
and it i-i thought when he returns thai
HOT WATER BOTTLES
RUBBER GLOVE 3
Golden Seal Drug Store,
11 S. Market Square.
a tender of the physical directorship
may be made to Lone-Star.
EASY FOR HASSETT CLUB
Spring Grove Y. M. 0. A. Falls by the
Score of 52 to 10
The Hassett Club had little trouble
winning from the Spring Grove Y. M.
C. A. in Cathedral hall last evening.
Taking the lead from the start, tlhe lo
cals easily kept ahead and topped the
visitors by the score of 52 to 19.
Weitzel by a star |wss into the bas
ket opened the game. MeCurdy and
Ed. Soimbier played sipdendid games.
The Olivet tenm, of Reading, will play
the Hassett Club in Cathedral hall De
cember 22. The lineup:
H::; ;tt Club. Spring Grove.
Hlwocd Sourbier F Senft
MeCurdy K Hershey
Ed. Sourbier ... 0 >. . . . Kopp
Ilennenkamp . . << Harinian
Weitzel G Myers
Field goals, lid. Sourbier, 9; MeCur
dv, 6; El wood Sourbier, 4 ; Weitzel, 4;
Hershey, 4; Henuenkamp, 2; Senft,
Foil gjuls, Hershey, Weitzel, 2.
Referee. Hilton. Timer, Delone. Pe
riods, 20 minutes.
WIN AT LANCASTER
Harrisburg Five Takes Boses Into
Camp. Score .17 to Itt
The Harrisiburg five won from Lan
caster a! Lan. aster laait evening by the
-core o.f j" to 49. It was a fast aggres
j sive giame and sioring was frequent.
The llerrisburg team had a seven-point
lead at the first liailif station an I re
mained ahead until tiiic close of play.
Krc<ut and AtticUs played splendid of
fensive games. B»uiirtb«cli played a
; eplendid game at guard. Manager Tag
i jjart was in the game for t.lic lirat time
this season. The line-up:
Broivu I' 1 Krout
Moi'-'U I' Tai^iart
ftauck C Atti ks
Shaub G Boyles
■I oik < G B.iumba A
field goa's, I' own, llouck. Italic k,
•!; -Ic:ic», r.: Sbaub, 2; Evans, 3. Mell
irger, 3: Krout, 5; Taggart, Atti.'ks,
9; Hoy led, 4; Baiwnbach, 5. Referee,
INDEPENDENTS WILL PLAY
Wilkcs-Barrc Will Bs Attraction at
Chestnut Street Hall
The ilarri<n:rg Independent basket
bail team, which was prevented from
j playing last Siiunlay night on Account
i o;' tlie poultry show which occupied
j Chestnut street auditorium, will resume
] its schedule this' Saturday, with the
i Wilkes Harre Independents as the at
j traction. The management must, pay a
j ! large guarantee 10 set this team here,
' ! but tiiiis booking is in line with the
j policy announced, to secure only the
Caj»t >in MvCor J will have his team
I practice every this week, for he
realizes that the locals will be com
palled to pi ay ti.r.'ir best to even hope
j tor a victory. The Wilkes-Barre team
has the reputation oJ> being the faste-t
team in the eoal region, and has *de
lea-io-d most• of the ot ier eoal region
tcuius, inel'ii'.ling the Wilkes Barre city
team. They are accustomed to pining
| the national rules, wliidi will be" the
i rules used at Chestnut sireet during
the rest of the season.
MATTY IOH YANKS
i , Big Six Has Been Talked About for
11 Chance's Job
New N ork. Dec. IB.—'Christy -Math
I t-svson ui manager of the New York
| j Americans in lfllj is not beyond the
I realm of probability if Messrs! Ruppert
! ; and Huston purchase t'iie club. This tip
■ was furnished yesterday b\ a man high
| in the councils of organized baseball
i . and one \n iioso advi is esteemed 'by
ijiboih parties to 1 iie negotiations now
1 ! pendiug.
i| ''l do not kr.ow, ' said this inform
ijant, "what new angle may have de
| veloped to bring forth the name of
i | 'Hugh Jennings. Hut I do know that up
| : 1o late last week Matty was considered
, most favoraolv by the prospective pur
chasers. More than that i am not at
, | liberty to say."
Manager John .1. Met .raw, 0 f the
I j Giants, w'ao had been in verv close
| 5 touch with 'Messrs. Ruppert and Huston
throughout their dickering*, would not
.commit himself upon tho possibility of
' ' Stx going over to iiis rival in this
GOUGLEE GETS HIS "C"
1 : Among Football Players Honored at
I i Ccnway Hall
ji ' arlisle, I*ll.. I >tv, 1 t>.—Frederick* C.
; Forsythe, of I'oitage, Pa., has been
j | elected as Couv.ay Hail's football eap
j | tuin for the 1915 team, and C's have
j been awarded to George Bacon, Laurel,
1! Del.: David Ake, Portage, Pa.; (ieorge
j I B. Field, Lake Mahopae, N. .1.; Roseoe
■ ' (iougler, Harrisburg: Frank Martin,
I Huston. Pa.; Lewis MacGregor, Car
j lisle. Pa.; Roy Pickens, Bellwoocl. Pa.;
j Norwood Swab, Kli'nbith ville, Pa.;Leon
| A. Speck. Carlisle, Pa.; Mark and C.ui-
I don Walk in sili aw, Williamstown. Pa.;
: Fred Forsythe, Portage; Kvjms Hanbv,
f j Chester, Pa., and Ernest Kemp, Nauti-
I coke, I^a.
II BANCROFT COMES HIGH
j Phillies Hand Over Four Players for
Their New Short Stop
)'< New York. De\ 16.—ff value in the
!; number of players it took to get him.
I mean anything then the Phillies next
i j year will have the prize package in
! short stop Dave Bancroft, the Portland,
; | Ore., wonder, it became known vester
i j day that for the Phillies to laud this
| wizard of the Pacific Coast they had to
j | surrender title to Shortstop Milton Heed
,j j and Herbert Murphy, who finished up
j the year with Jersey City, and later
j turn over two more youngsters which
j | Pat Moran will turn loose. The latter
I will likelv 'be hurlers.
i | KILBANE'S TALK IS WARLIKE
J' Says He Can Beat Welsh at i:<:t and
Philadelphia, Dec. 16.—"Hand me
! | Freddie Welsh at 133 pounds ringside
! j and I 'll 'beat him, and clap my hands on
the lightweight title. A week later I'll
i take Kid Williams into the ring at 122
pounds and if 1 don't, beat him to a
frazzle 1 'II hand back the lightweight
title to Welsh. That's mv program."
Johnny Kilbane, champion feather
weight of the world, made the above
remarks yesterday. Kilbane didn't
speak in any spirit of braggadocio. He
says he feels sublimely confident that
he can beat both Welsh and Williams.
Last Night's Bowling
The Giants won from the Federals
in a P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. League match
1 last evening by 34 pins. The Federals
THE STRUGGLE IN THE INUNDATED AREA OF BELGIUM
13Rj.i..tu3 CAVALRYMEN CLEANING MUD OFF ACCOUTREMENTS D'IF.ING A RAINSTORM
THE METAL SHIELDS USED IN GUARDING THE INUNDATED AEE A.
. I . <i , Tt,oSe ,, PlU r Crfl . , ' hS giVP 8 *l rV f,llr ,dea of ,he and uaeotnfortnblp conditions which have boon
existiDi.ni the trenches Giving both a melting of the snow and to downpours of rain.
Woodwork and tarpaulin shelters have been erected whenever it has been possible e> obtain material fur
,u °h structures. But in spite of all endeavors the conditions have been uncomfortable and ihe men have •■milv
7*[ C >T» a .„T nn Tl sunshine such us occurred when the lower picture was being taken. The inundation area
etches southeast from Nieuport ui front of PerVyse to u little beyond Dixmude, a distance of some ten miles.
tumbled to third place. Martin, of the
winning team, had high scores.
The Alphas won from the Monarchs
by B>. pins in the Casino match last
evening. At ticks rolled 277 pins ami
equaled Montgomery's single game rec
ord on the Casino alleys.
Hamilton Scrubs Win
The 'Hamilton senilis easily won at
basketball from the Roily team on the
Tee!i tloor last evening by the score
of 19 to 11. Liddick proved to be the
In the iMiddletown Basketball League
U'lnies Inst evening the Rescue five won
from the Wineroft team by the score
of 22 to 13 anil the Tennis Club won
from the Liberty team by the score of
22 to 17. Kramer and MeCreary played
Volunteers Clear Snow From Site of
Moehanicsburg, Dec. lU.—The cold
wave caught some of our people un
awares and there is work for the plum
ber in consequence on account of burst
water pipes and faucets.
The cottage prayer meetings held last
evening were all well attended.
To-day volunteers ate clearing the
snow l'roni the ground where the evan
gelist taibernade will be erected. The
building of the tabernacle will be start
ed on Friday by volunteer workmen.
John Hanson, of Carlisle, visited
friends in this place yesterday.
Mrs. S. K. Uashore is visiting rela
tives in Baltimore.
■Mrs. J. S. Weaver spent yesterday iu
Airs. A. Li. Richwine( of 'Harrisburg,
was the guest yesterday of Mrs. .J. C.
Young, \\ est Alain street.
Miss Martha Sehafhirt spent (Monday
with Harrisburg friends.
'Coasting is new very good on the
'hills at the west and south ends of
town ami is 'being extensively engaged
in by the children as well as some-older
people of the town.
Automobiles have not entirely taion
the place of sleighs in this vicinity. The
.jingle of sleigh bells is heard almost
constantly on our streets now.
Thermometers here at 6 o'clock this
morning were at six above zero.
Drug Store Robbers Overlook Forty
five Dollars in Cash
SpiH-lal Correspondj icv
Middletown, Dec. 16.—'Robert Roto
son will move from the Basehore prop
erty on Catherine street to the Huntz
berger property on Spring street.
Mrs. lid Nuskey spent yesterday at
The robbers Who entered the Alayes
drug store on Alonday niglht overlooked
$25 in cash from the sale of motor
tickets and S2O in cash that Mr. Sehaef
ier had in a glass jar which he had
taken in as justice fees. Thus far no
clue has 'been oibtained to t'he rubbers.
At a meeting o the Tennis <Jlu'b 'held
in the Union hose house on Monday
evening the following officers were
eleced: President, E. C. lieber; vice
president, Tvy Hoffman: secretary, An
nie K'by: treasurer, 11. Hmit'h.
The oflicers anil teadiers of the
Riverside chapel Sunday school will
elect officers next Sunday afternoon.
Leroy Baumbacih played with the
'Harrisburg basketball team at Lancas
ter last evening.
1. H. Doutrich will have Santa Claus
appear in iMiddletown again this year.
He will arrive in town Friday noon
on the train and will be met as usual by
a large crowd of rhildrcn and a team
and be taken to the various schdols in
town and Rovalton. Tlip country schools i
will also bo visited.
Mrs. Clayton Bailsman and daughter
are visiting relatives at H'uminelsto" n. ,
•I. G. Peters is having; ue-.v elctrio
lights installed in his place of business, i
I'M Ware is doing the work.
Mrs. Christ Carina i and daughter, :
I'utli, spent '.he day ai Ilarrisfbuvg.
E. C. Carman is suffering with a
T. J. Antrim spent the day at Harris
The handshaking social held by t'lio *
Epworth League of t:hr M. 11. church at
the parsonage last evening proved a sue- |
cess. Refre.-hmenl s were served.
The Dark-town Fire Company will
hold a banquet in the Rescue hose house j
on New Year's evening.
Two o-inics of basketball of the M.
A. C. league were played last night in ,
t'he Luna rink, in which the Liberty
leam defeated the Tennis team by the!
. ore of -2 If> and the Res-ue team de
feated the Wiccroft team bv the score
Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Briuton Dies
New Cumberland, Dec. IG.- The]
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brin-ton, |
Bridge street, was visited by death yes j
terday, when their only daughter, Mary !
Elizabeth, aged !• months, passed away, j
The ba'by took ill with pneumonia on
Saturday. All that medical skill could |
do was done to save the life of the j
child, but without avail. The parents '
and three brothers survive, Ross,!
Dewitt and Burnett. The funeral serv-1
ices \\ili be held at the home at 1.30
Thursday afternoon and will be con
ducted by the Rev. J. V. Adams, pastor j
of the M. E. church. Interment will bo j
made at Mt, Olivet cemetery.
K. 11 nl o, of Camp .M ill, was in Now j
'Cumlberland on business yesterday.
Ilavvcy Kaufman, a son of Mrs. So
phia Kaufman, Third street, is very ill
with typhoid fever.
Mrs. S. N. I'rowell attended a recital
given by the Music Club at Camp ilil! |
on Monday evening.
Mrs. A. B. Spink, of Steelton, was
the guest of Mrs. H. I). Eisenborger i
The directors of the Susquehanna,
Woolen Company met yesterday after-!
noon a.t the office of the mill and de- j
dared a dividend.
Cecil Kilheffer and Ray Lawrence, of,
the U. S. S. Wyoming, are spending a :
month's furlough with the former's!
mother oil Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jwhn Beneker spent
Sunday with Mr. Wolf's family a>t Cur
Mrs. Booser and daifghtev, Evelyn, j
of Marsh Run. are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George Hyler on Second street. j
Mrs. Bollinger Goes to Philadelphia to
Visit Her Son
Millerstown, Dec. 16. — Mrs. Maryl
Bollinger has gone to Philadelphia to J
spend the winter with her son, Howard}
Rice, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ulsh were in l
Harrisburg Saturday, doing Christmas
Mrs. Margaret Snyder is visiting her
son, W. S. Snyder, and family in Har
Mrs. .lames Rounsley and daughter,
Miss Edith Rounsley, were visitors in
Harrisburg on Tuesday.
Mrs. Morton Page was a recent vis
itor in Newport.
Many American women tourists in
timate the>y were treated even worse
nlbroad than at the New York customs
The small boy in this country will
hail the European war as a great 'bless
ing if it makes the price of castor oil
BKI'MBAI (ill WAS NOT THKIIK
Republican Leaders Did Not Invite Him
to Conference of Legislation
(Special to llie Star-lnilepciirlint.)
Philadelphia, Dec. I(>.—When the
Republican bosses, Penrose, McNichol
and \ are, were framing a legislative
program on Monday, Governor-elect
Martin <>. Brumbaugh was not called
into the conference, nor did he know
thai any such conference was taking
place. Hi' was disregarded as much as
the 48 other State Senators ami the
whole body id' the State House of Rep
resentatives'. He said yesterday ho
know nothing of the conference until
he read about it in the papers.
Dr. Brumbaugh refused to comment
upon the agreements reached by the
leaders. He said that his attitude II|H>U
all the proposed legislation was defined
in his platform, and would be more deii
nitely set forth in his inaugural ad
The Cover.lor-elect received many
callers yesterday, among them City So
licitor Michael J. Rvan, whose vi.-it was
regarded as significant until it was dis
covered that Mr. Ryan was -imply one
of a committee which avked Dr. Brum
baugh to be the guest -of honor al tho
St. Patrick's Day 'banquet, next March.
GRAFT CASES.END IN COURT
Are Dropped as Impractical on Prose
Reading, Dec. Iti.— la court yester
day afternoon verdicts of not guilty
were taken, by direction of the Dis
trict Attorney, in t lie cases against
Andrew .1. I'Memniing and .lames M.
CmiMiiin g'S. former Coiiurilnien, and
former City Clerk L. S. Ramsey, all
charged with graft in connection with
City Hall contracts over a year ago.
The trial of two previous crail't eases
had resulted in acquittal of used
A Trick of Oratory
Victor Murdock says that t'he best
advice lie ever received in regard to
ptblic speaking was from a hack dri
ver. Alter making one of his maiden
speeches in Kansas he was being driv
en to the railway station by the polite
"Like the speech " asked Victor.
"Yeh," answered the driver, "only
you'd get more hand claps if you'd al
ways put the names at the last when
you saw anything."
Victor didn't understand, so the dri
"You spoke of Henry lay and Grant
and James C. Blaine and then went on
to tell about what t hey did. Yon ought,
to go over the things they did and then
say, 'That's what was done by Clay
and <irant and James G. Blaine!' Al
ways put the names last, and the
crowd'll take more interest.'' —New
Names of Nations
The name*- of the great nations of
Europe set many puzzles to the philol
ogist. There is no doubt that Frame
is the country of the Franks, the free
men, or that Austria is the eastern em
pire. But one would not so easily guess
that "'Russians'' means rowers or sea
farers—a word of Swedish origin com
memorating the Scandinavian vikings.
The Britons have been supposed to take
tlieh* name from a word signifying
variegated, ill allusion to their staining
t'heir skins with woad. 'Most puzzling
of all is "Germans," which is not the
Latin "germanus," own brother, but
•of Celtic origin, and has been variously
interpreted as meaning "the people" or
"the shooters.''—London Chronicle.
"How's that budding genius son of
"He's a blooming idiot now."—
Envy is the feeling that prompts us
to think the things that make lii'e
worth living are the tilings other peo