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TECH HIGH SCHEDULE OUT;
Basketballers Will Take * Four-day
Trip to Reading and Sout.li
' Manager Norman Stiteler of the |
Technical High school basketball five j
fas arranged his schedule for the sea-'
ion. The dates arc arranged that the
;eam will take a four-day trip, playing
heading High and Lehigh University
ierubs. A two-day trip has been ar
anged to play Williamsport High
rhool and Dickinson Seminary. The ! 1
onipieted schedule follows:
December 18, Lebanon High at
Tech; January 6, Lebanon High at
jebanon; January 8, York High at
fork; January 22, open date; January
13, Lancaster High at Lancaster; Jan- 1 '
ary 29, Middlctown High at Tech;;
February 5, Middletown High at Mid-'
letown; February 10, Steel'ton High at:
Steelton; February 12, Williamsport
Ugh at Williamsport; February 13,1;
hckinson Seminary at Williamsport;
'ebruary 19, Heading High at Reari
ng; February 20, Lehigh Scrubs at
kjuth Bethlehem; February 26, Milters-j
i 11c Normal at Tech; March 5, Central
ligh at Chestnut Street Auditorium;
Larch 6, Middletown at Middletown;)
larch 10, Steelton High at Tech;
larch 12, open date; March 1 J),
'ork High at Tech; April 2, Central;
1 igh at Tech.
810 TIME FOR NEWARK
Vants Olympic Games for Its 350 th
Anniversary in 11) I<l
Newark, N. J., Dei-. 17.—Erection |
f a permanent memorial building in j
(injunction with the 250 th anniver
ary of the city to be bold in 1916, :
aising of a fund of $250,000 by
opular subscription and an effort to
ave the Olympic games made part of
lie festivities, were provided for in a
of the Committee of One
lundred unanimously adopted yester
Ex-Governor Franklin Murphy, chair-!
inn of the committee, said that steps
ad been taken to have the 1916 Olym
!<• games, scheduled for Berlin, but
nlikelv to be i ontesteid there owing 1
) the war, awarded to Newark. j 1
"If we can't get the real thing,"
id Mr. Murphy, ■'we'ft make an en
eavor to have the trials here, any- 1 '
ay." . 1
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LOCKARD OF MIDDLETOWN
BEST CENM PA. HITTER
Bievei and Wertz, Pitchers, Next in
Order—Steelton the Best Fielding
Team League Will Continue
Again Next Season
Batting and fielding averages for
the first season of the Central Pennsyl
vania Baseball League, which included
Steedton HigJ lß pire, X ow Cumberland
and Middletown, have been announced
©y I 1 rank A. Stees, president. Although
it was a poor baseball season for mot
engues in the country, this organization
made money and plans are now 'being
formed to continue it again next sea
son. Stronger teams are planned, for
the attendance last season would seem
to warrant the planning of better base
Batting honors went to Loekard, of
the champion Middletown elub, with an
average of .385 for the entire season.
Nhaipp is in first place, so far as avef
ages go, but played in only five games,
while Loekard played during the en
tire season. Third and fourth honors
go to two of the pitchers of the league,
Biever, of Steelton, being in third place
with the splendid average of .367,
•while Wertz is fourth with .356.
Other players who batted for .300 or
better are- R. Leedy, R. Etter, Dear
oil', Moore, Brenner and J. Leedy.
EijjiJit other members of the league bat
ted for better than -,250. Schultz
played in only Ave games and captured
the tail-end honors with an average of
Highspire led the league in cluib bat
ting with an average of .252. Middle
town, winners of the pennant, were
second with .242. Steelton was third
with .228 and New Cumberland, which
finished second in the race, was last
Fielding in the Central Pennsylvania
League was far better than in the aver
age organization. Em'bick, Finnen,
Shirk, Schultz and Wilt.se were tied for
first honors with a perfect average.
Swart 7. was next with .953, with 30
putouts, 27 assists and one error. Eni
bick had 39 putouts, 3 assists and no
errors. Landis occupies last place with
only one putout, one assist and one er
ror, for an average of .667.
Club fielding honors went to Steel
ton with 613 putouts, 240 assists, 54
trrorSj for the splendid average of .940.
Middletown was second wit'h au average
of .933, New Cumberland was third
with .923 and Highspire last with .918.
STADIUM FOR THE BRAVES
New Grounds of World's Champions to
Seat 45,000 Persons
Boston, Dee. 17.—One-sitory cement
stands caipaible of seating approximately
4 5,000 spectators will be rebuilt at the
Boston National League club's baseball
park in the Allston district. President
James E. Gaffney said yesterday that
tihe grounds would be constructed
something after the manner of the Yale
Mr. Gnffnor- has had assurances from
President J. J. Lannin, of the Amer
ican League club, that the Brave>s will
be allowed the use of Fenway Park un
til the new plant is feady.
Jt is expected that construction will
be finished about July 4.
HAERISBTTRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, 1914.
CARDS AM) PIRATES WINS
Interesting Games in P. R. R. Y. M. C.
A. Basketball League
The Cardinals won from the Phillies
I by a score of 24 to 21 and the Pirates
; defeated the Tigers by a score of 12
to 9 in the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. basket
ball league last evening. These were
| the final basketball games in the league
j until after Christmas. The scores:
I Rudy F D. Frank
! Bowman F ....... Thomas
| Winu C Bessing
! Liddick (i . Keller
| Simonton G Colestock
Field goals, Winn, 4; Thomas, 4;
I Bowman, 3; Ressing, 3; Colestock. Foul
I goals, Thomas, 8 ot 12; Bowman, 7 of
; ■ 9. Referee, Ford; scorer, Hall; tiinor,
j Crinnel. Periods, 20 minutes each.
| Yoder . F McGaan
| Crane F Knoble
IM. Frank ...... C .. . ... .. . Chard
j Anderson (! Fleck
i Rapp G Hershev
Field goals, M. l'rauk, 2; Yoder, Me*-
Gann, Knoble, Chard. Foul goals, M.
i | Frank, 2 of 6; Knoble, 2 of 10. Refer
i ee, Ford; scorer, Hall; timer, Criunel.
1 Periods, 20 minutes each.
O'DAY MAY JUMP
Veteran Umpire in Conference, With
Chicago, Dec. 17.—Hank O'Day, vet"
cran leaguo umpire, recently deposed a<
manager of the Cubs, was in conference
with Federal League officials here yes
terd.M,.' and it was expected that he
would be added to the Federal list of
arbitrators before night. President
Gilmore confirmed the report thait ue
has signed Umpire Jim Johnstone, for-
I merlv with the National League, but
j recently with the American Associa
tion; Lou Fife, Western League.umpire,
' and Harry Howell, from the Texas
Darne Wins at Billiards
Darne won from Von Hoff iu a
( Class A match iu the Harrisburg Bil
, liard tournament at Holtzman's parlors
'last night, seore 100 to 95. The match
j went seventy-six innings before Darne
was able to win. Von Huff had a run
: of ten points in the seventy-first inning
I and ajiother run of five points in the
seventy-third. Dame's best run was for
Evers Continues to Improve
New York, Dec. 17.- —Johnny Evers,
second baseman of the Boston Braves,
will be able to leave for his home iu
Troy, N. Y., shortly after Christmas
1 Day. He successfully passed the crisis
in his illness Tuesday, but his phy
sician declared that Evers wmuUl have
to remain in his room in rne Hotel
' Somerset here for at least teu days
I M W kooira u Ut. StltauAloin kdhkle
Vr SOU IK DRUGGISTS EVEftINiEJu
FEDS WANT MARANVILLK
Offer Shortstop of World's Champions
SIO,OOO ft Tear
Boston, Dec. 17.—The Federal
League has offered "Rabbit" Maran
ville, star shortstop of the Boston Na
tional League baseball team, >IO,OOO
a year for three years, the money to
be placed in a bank when Maranville
signs the contract. It is said that the
"Rabbit'' declined the offer, but the
scouts are still on his trait, and the
"Feds" are reported to be far from
discouraged over their chances of land
ing the Braves' player. They arc pre
pared to make a still more advantageous
offer, it is rumored.
Maranville, who is now on the vaude
ville stage, is said to be loath to leave
Boston, where he is the idol of base
baH fans, and is in close management
of the team. He has a long contract
here, and it will have to be a most al
luring proposition that will induce him
TO PREPARE BASEBALL DATES
Meeting to Draft National and Amer
ican League Schedules
Pittsburgh, Dec. 17.—Barney Drey
fus, president of the Pittsburgh Base
ball Club and chairman of the Sched
ule Committee, announced yesterday
that the committee would meet this
afternoon at. French Lick Springs, Ind.,
to formulate the schedule for the Na
tional and American Leagues for the
season of 1915.
Mr. Dreyfus will represent President
Tener, of "the National League, and
President Ban Johnson will bo there
for the American League. John A.
Heydler, secretary and treasurer of the
Nationals, also will be present. The
meeting this year will be held three
weeks earlier than usual.
Cameron Defeats "Exes"
The Cameron grammar school five
defeated the ex-Cameron team on tho
|St. Paul's floor, score 46 to 6. The line
Lingle F Fuirlamb
Gamble F E. Miller
Fields C Evelyn
J. Miller G Yatfe
Katz G Free-burn
Field goals, Lingle, 10; Fields, 8;
J. Miller, 3; Gamble, 2; E. Miller, 2;
Fairlamb. Referee, Wenrich; scorer,
Hall; timer, McKee. Periods, 20 min
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HARRIS®URG WINS EASILY
P. B. K. Y. M. O. A Teams Bowl on
The Harrisburg P. R. R. Y. M. C. A.
won from the Enola association bowlers
on the local alleys last evening 'by 369
pins. Bbner set a new mark for a
match fojr rolling 656. Ford rolled tf43
in the opening (fame, taking single
game honors. The score:
Ebner .... 235 186 235—656
Smith .... 138 187 154 — 479
Myers .... 121 151 189—46
Hostetter .. 149 146- 171— 466
Ford 243 164 232 639
Totals .. 886 834 981—2701
Diller .... 145 154 165 464
Hoffman .. 133 , 160 153 446
Fordney .. 205 136 162 503
Green .... 164 117 140— 421
Totals .. 802 731 799—2332
NATIONALS WIN MATCH
Tri-Staters Lose Holtzman Match by
The Nationals won from the Tri-
Staters in the Holtzmau Duck Piu
I#ague last night by a margin of 50
pins. Goudy had (high game score with
a mark of 127 in the third gaane, while
Berry rolled for matc-h honors with a
score of 316. The scores:
Colivaris . . 82 99 88— 269
Bob White . 112 91 101— 304
Johnson ... 106 96 87— 289'
Denrma ... 84 96 99 279
Berry 119 105 92 316
Totals .. 503 487 467—1457
Winn 108 86 92 288
Goudy .... S6 83 127 296
Grimes .... 79 91 70— 240
Martin . 103 105 98— 306
Wharton . . 103 88 88— 279
Totals .. 479 453 475—1407
Reily Downs WUlard, 4-0
x The Reily grammar school team de
feated Willard grammar school yester
day on the St. Paul's floor, 4 9 to 0.
_ Bfi'y- Willard.
SweigerJ; F Shlomberg
£ e,fer F Lcvinne
?* ur ! att G t'aunce
Davies G . . .- Cohen
Field goals, Sweigert, 7; Peifer 7*
Dyer 4;.Murlatt, 2; Davies, 2: Elling
f. r > - T , J 0 "! goals, Peifer. Substitu
tion, tllmgcr for Davies. Periods, 20
WAPS CAPTURE MATCH
Little Peps Downed on Elks' Alleys by
n the Elks' Bowling League match
n WapS WOn fro,n tlle
vLlv I!)B .P ins - Lutz rolled
tor both high scores in the match. The
Shkcr .... 174 H1 132 _ 4
RoW ... 164 209 176 549
D.J. Reese. 155 184 117— 456
! e * 154 146 144 444
Lntg 18 194 213 596
Totals .. 836 874 782—2492
Eisenhart . 171 176 176 523
jWilliams .. 148 149 153 450
8. .Weber .. 149 130 140— 41')
Ennis 164 142 134 440
Totals .. 795 742 759—2296
• Arranging Sale of Yankees •
Chicago, Dec. 17.—President John
son, ot the American League, ib expect"
j ed tomeet Jacoib Ruppert and Captain
| T. L. Huston at French Lick to-day and
; make final iirangements under which
I they will take oyer the control of the
Now York Americans.
j With Sherman on March to Sea
East Prospect, Dec. 17.—Samuel 8011,
1 8 years old, a retired merchant, died
yesterday from the infirmities of age.
I He was a veteran of the Oivil war and
saw hard service, being with Sherman
J 011 his inarch to the *ea. He was prom
j incut in U. U. A. M. circles. A widow
' anil four children and a num'ber of
j grandchildren survive.
C. F. A 'IEWS
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Out 000 Engines, Threshers and
Waynesiboro. Dec. 17.—Emerson-
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iroan'uifactuiring order for 600 machines
—including tJireelhers, engines, saw
mills and hay bailers. The effect of this
will be to pit a large number of men
to work by January I—the time re
quired for procuring materials.
J The immediate effect will be a
lengthening cf the hours in the wood
department. The men there have been
working short tame. ,
They win go on 10 bows a day, six
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ADAMS (ft I! BELGIANS
Twenty-seven Barrels of Flour Will Be
Purchased With Contributions
Gettysburg, Dec. 17.—Gettysburg
aiv.l Adams eouuty will have twenty
seven barrels of flour on the big sliip
loa I o 20,000 barrels w'hk'h will be
sent from New York to Belgium short
ly. The sum of $135.25 has been re
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lowing sources, for the purchase at this
fl(wir: ArendtwviUe Lutheran Sunday
school, $55; Trinity Reformed'dlraTcli
and Sunday school, $(i0.25; "Over the
Tea Cups'' elu'b, $5; St. .fames' Luth
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Gettysburg grammar school, $5.
il RS. JENN IE THOM PSON 1) IES
She Was 05 Years Old and Had Been
111 Two Months
Canliisle, Lee. 17. —After an illness I
exitcmliug oveir a period of about two j
mouths, Mrs. Jennie Thompson, well
known resident of the town, and wife t
of George Thompson, West Louither I
street, died t her home yesterday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock. She wis about 65 j
years old. Death was due to heart trou
ble and dropsy.
THie deceased is survived by the
fallowing children: Edward and Wil
liam at hoane, and George and Charles
of ilarrisburg. Two sifrters also survive.
They are Mr*. Anna Ay res, Baltimore,
and Miw. Elizabeth McKeiwie, Har
Ex-Burgess Operated Upon
Chaimbersburg, Dec. 17.—Former
Suitress William Alexander was oper
ated upon at the Ohamiborsjburg iios
pital late yesterday afternoon to re
lieve him of suffering that attended
an illness following an operation for
an internal abscess, which Jie under
went -some months ago.
Mr. Alexander until yesterday had
been actively engaged in his offices and
recently a<eeepted tie position otf finan
cial manager of the, Belgian relief
fund. The past few days he has been
interviewing citizens in the matter
and was doing much hard work iu this
Puderbaugh Made Captain
Carlisle, Dec. 17.—Immediately aft
er a photograph was taken of the "D"
men of the tea.in yesterday afternoon,
tflie metwbeffs elected Frank Puder
baugh leader for 1915 to succeed
Heister K. Horiiiberyer, the eaitain
during the present season, who gradu
ates next June. ,
Puderbaugh comes from- Bklomado,
Pia., is a member oif the jflnior class
and for three years has been tackle
on the varsity eleven.
Gives Potatoes to Poor
Waynesboro, Dec. 17.—Peyton V.
llarbaugh, proprietor of the restuurant
in the Walker block, has donated fifty
bushels of potatoes to the Waynesboro V
Mr. IBuibaugh realizes the unusual
| conditions tlhat are upon the community
j and the greater need of assistance for
many people and he will help in the
j relief of want during this winter by
this generous contribution.
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