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NEWS OF WE SPORTING WORLD
CENTRAL HAS ADVANTACE
111 BASKETBALL SERIES
Blue and Grey Five Defeats Tech Tos
sers by tie Score of 27 to
Ford With 15 Foul Goals Wins for
Central High won the opening clash
for local scholastic basketball supre
macy form Tech High last evening by
the "score of 27 to 23. Tin? game was
played in the Chestnut street audi
torium and the big hull was taxed to
care for the 1,200 rooters who turned
cur to eheer their representatives on to
Tech's inability to tind the baskets
in the second half missing shot after
shot lost the game for the Maroon and
Grey. At that the losers scored ouc*-
more from the field than the victors,
successful foul goals by Ford, who
played li s first game iu three weeks,
clinching the game.
Ford played a splendid game on the
floor but his performance of scoriug
iiiteen of eighteen fouls was a feature
of the game. Melville who first tossed
foul goals for Tech made three good out
©f eleven iln»i Harris later made four
out of five. Both teams played good
defensive games but the Tecb forwards
took too many chances of scoring field
goals, their efforts in the majority of
eases being futile. The losers were nJt
outplayed to any extent. At the call
for half time the score stood 12 to 6
in favor of Central.
Rote's individual work helped Cen
tral a lot. He had a habit of making
the other team foul and that makes
points for his team. Winn played well
at center. Sehe!fer. the Tech captain,
played a good game at guard and Har
ris showed splendid dodging tactics.
Beck's one field goal was a feature of
the game. The lineup:
Kote ■.. F Melville
Ford F Harris
Winn . C Emanuel
Bingham G Scheffer
Reed G Bee's
'Field goals. Central. Kote, 2; Ford,
2; Winn. 1: Bingham, 1: Tech. Mel
ville. 2: Harris. 2; Emanuel. 2: Sohef
fer, 1: Beck. 1. Fonl jjoals. Central.
Ford, 15 out of IS: Tech. Melville, 3
of 11: Harris. 4 of 5. Referee. Herman
Early; scorer, Hanter: tinier, "Zach"
Meixel; time of halves, 20 minutes.
Tim.* out. Central, 1: Tech. 2.
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i Casino Independents
i W. L. Pet.
' Nobies 20 T .744
Orioles 14 13 .519
. Cardinals 14 13 .519
Alpines ... 13 13 .444
Ideals 11 16 .4 07
r Superiors 10 17 .370
Enola P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. League
W. L. Pet.
( Bears 9 3 .750
.. Leopards 6 3 .667
. Tigers 7 5 .583
Lions 5 4 .555
Elephants 4 S .333
, Wolves 2 10 .166
Pine Street League
W. L. Pet.
_ Mrs. H. B. McCormick .19 S .704
r iMrs. H. B. Bull 15 9 .625
I J. Frank Palmer 13 11 .542
'. B. Whitman 3 IS .143
' Casino League
W. L. Pet.
Alphas 37 26 .557
? Senators 34 29 .540
~Orpheunis 31 29 .516
" Mouarehs 29 28 .509
j Nationals 28 35 .4 4 4
t Colouials 24 36 .400
>! Enola Smokers' League
s [ W. L. Pet.
j. Even Stevens 5 1 .833
f King Oscars 4 2 .667
t Taros 2 4 .333
; Counsellors 1 5 .166
W. L. Fet.
j Americans 83 21 .611
j Federals 30 21 .586
1 Nationals 26 25 .510
t Tri-S»ater# ,i 25 26 .490
•! TRF.NTON HERE TO-NIGHT
Kane and Hough Will Be in Lineup
» ( Against Harrisburg
5 The Trenton five of the Eastern
1 j League will make its secoa-i appearance
r iu Harrisbvjrg jo-night, opposing tho
s Harrisburg Independents in Chestnut
, street auditorium. Kane, who has scored
-jniore points this year than any other
player in the Eartern League, will be
. i in the lineup as well a.« Harry Hpugh,
! who is the highest salaried man in the
i league. ,
The game will be called at S o'ek>:k
. and will be followed by the usual
dance. L P. Dickey, an instructor in
' the modern dances, will give another
of his interesting exhibitions. The
Trenton. . Harriaburg.
Kane F McOord
Franckel F Rote
Cetsinger C Geisel
Hough G MeConnell
R *'l.v G Ford
WILLARD LEAVES CAMP
White Heavyweight Leaves Tempor
arily for Loe Angeles
El Paso. .March 6.—Jess Willard,
whose boxing match with Jack Johnson
! remains indedniteiy postponed, left ves
terday for Ix>s Angeles.
It was stated that Willard would re
| turn here within a few dav«.
A cablegram was received here late
■ >e»terday from Jack Curley, promoter
of the Jack Johnson Jess Willard fight.
: stating that the colored champion pisi
[ | lively refused to fight in Juarez and
j I local tight fans consider that the bout is
1 0 ,? S ,. tar as thßt f lliu ' e '» concerned.
Willard has agreed to go to Havana I
to meet the champion, ana has suggest
ed that a date as near the first of \pril i
as (Possible. Curlev s cablegram s*id
1 Havana racetrack has been given
over to the fight syndicate free for the
PENN VS. YALE TO-NIGHT
Final Basketball Game of Season for
Red and Blue
™'' ade, f\ hia ' -Y. arch 6 '— The kasket
'ball team of the Lniversitv of Pennsvl
i \v ni \ W c t , ose its Reason to-night 'in
I We.ghtman Hall with Yale, Hie present
league leaders, as its opponents. The
contest ls expected to be the best
staged in the Universitv of Pennsrlva
nia gymnasium this winter. Penn five
has won the last five games played. A
victory for Yale will clinch the inter
collegiate title for the Blue.
The teams will line-up as follows:
Vale—Staekpole, Kinnev, Smith Ar
nold an.] Taft. Penn—McNichol, Ev
ans, Seelbacb, Wallace and Bullit.
Glee Club to Give Concert
The Glee Club of Franklin and Mar
shall College will give a concert in
Technical High school auditorium April
13. The entertainment will be given
under the auspices of St. John 's Re
HARRISBCTtq STAR-INDEPENDENT. SATURDAY F.VENINfI. MARCH 6. 1915.
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PINE STREET LEAGUE
Frank Palmer's team tops Whitman
| class representatives—
J. FRANK PALMER
'Simons ... 126 116 125 367
Kurtz 156 177 123 456
E. Cocklin . 140 111 121— 372
B. Cocklin . 140 126 160— 426
C. Low ... 150 153 154 457
Totals . . 712 6*3 653—207S
Atkinson .. 124 154 113— 381
Richwine .. 105 lO5
Santo 122 146 163 431
| Bricklev ... 15 129 154 39 S
Klerner ... 140 167 122 429
! Ellis 113 113— 226
• Totals .. 606 709 665 —19S0
P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. LEAGUE
Giants win easily from Senators—
■Martin ... 168 162 171— 501
Smith 154 173 187— 514
Saul I 153 158 137 448
Black 150 171 146 475
Myers .... IS9 156 151— 496
Totala . . 822 S2O BP2 2434
Meek 152 177 153 482
Crist 156 155 110 — 421
Brinton ... 109 133 13 — 415
Stull 152 166 172 520
Ebner 155 186 157 498
Totals .. 754 817 765—2336
AT THE CASINO
P. K. R. Engineers tojk close s;ame
from Water Supplv Commission bow!
Hinklev .. ill ioi 114— 326
Anthony .. 99 106 90— 205
Weigle ... 91 101 103— 295
Pierce .... 115 90 137 342
Drake 102 121 85— 308
Totals 518 519 529—1566
Ogelaby ... 131 j»0 88 — 309
j Africa .... 113 101 93 307
Fletcher .. 120 106 111— 337
; Joyce S9 94 107— 290
Ross 125 128 105— 3;>B
Totals .. 578 519 504—1601
ENOLA Y. M. C. A. LEAGUE
Bears top Tigers—
Oilier 178 141 210—529
Houck 145 112 144—401
Totals ... 323 253 354—930
tHoyer 127 190 145—426
jGillilaud ... 156 168 IDS—S22
Totals ... 283 358 343—94S
i Wolves down Elephants—
•Green .... 156 142 158 — 456
| Manuel ... 192 158 221 — 571
Totals .. 34S 300 379—1027
j Ditner .... 15S 132 202 492
Shettel ... 145 134 136 415
Totals .. 303 266 338 907
Orioles win from Deals—
Eisenhart . 177 169 210— 556
Mac Donald. 123 145 193 461
Gough 139 151 165 455
Martin ... 331 144 188— 563 <
Cunningham 147 213 111— 471 1
Totals .. 817 822 867—25061
Weber .... 147 170 125 442!
Sides 138 147 143 428!
■Snyder . 178 152 169 499!
Hopwood IS6 192 152 530
Haines ... 148 123 139 410
Nobles get easy victory over Supe
J. Haines . 128 145 156 429
Glassmyer . 144 173 181— 498
White 114 133 115— 362
Deiseroth . 124 145 179 448
Heisev .. . 159 145 173 477
Totals .. 669 741 804—2214
Kozel 148 ,231 157 536
Ligiitner .. 166 157 186— 509
Boas 154 156 139 — 449
Schmidt .. 186 133 205 — 524
Shooter ... 157 148 148— 453
Totals .. 811 825 836 —2471
AT ENOLA Y. M. 0. A.
Car Shops take West Bouud Hump
live into < amp—
WEST BOUND HUMP
I Patterson . . 116 121 124 361
Holvv 130 129 163 422
. Neid'ip ... 127 118 134 — 379
[ Patterson . 157 151 175 — 483
II Auugst ... 1! 9 106 117 — 342
}l Totals .. 649 *25 713 —1987
CAR SHOP OFFICE
~l Gibson ... 165 155 141— 461
s Troup .... 102 128 10S— 33S
Page 116 134 144 394
I Gross 165 113 157- — 435
> | Wallace ... 191 162 179 — 532
» Totals . . 739 652 729—2160
: DOWN LEBANON VALLEY
' Hasseit Girls' Division Team Easily
Takes Game 21-8
The Hassett Girls last evening de
j feated the Lebanon Valley College Co
' Ed fivt s by the score of 21-8. The game
j was interesting and well contested.
; the one sided score resulting primarily
> i from the accurate shooting ability dis
-. played by the Hassetts. Burns, D-jviae
' and Sweeney were the poiut winners
, for Hassett, while Miss Hershey ami
[ Miss Eugle divided houors l'or the op
, ponenta. The liue-up:
i Hussett. Lebanon Valley
i Burns F Boltz
- Devine F Hershey
ftsheid t' Eugle
Cashiuan G R. Engle
> McCarthy G Bochman
Field goals. Burns, 4; Sweeney, El
sheid, Bolt*. Fouls, Burns, 4; Sweeney,
5; Hershey, >2; En<>le, 4. Fouls coinmit
> ted. Hassctt. 20; Lebanon Valley, 21.
> Referee. White.
I Between the halve* the Arrows of
1 the Hassett Bovs' Club defeated the
. Hershey Y. M. C. A. Juniors in a close
'.game, score 31-26. The line-up:
( j Arrows. Hershey
. Malonev F Frederick
1 Conley F Clark
j Caliill C Smith
j Leedy G Brown
I Biehi G Henry
Field goals, Couley. 4; Maiooey,
Cahiil, 2; Clark, 2; Smith,
4; Henery, 2. Fouls, Cahiil. S; Ma
l lonev, 11; C"_ark. 3; Smith, 3. Fouls
committed, Hansen. 14: Hershey, 26.
Referee, Jam Won.
York High Wins
I ork. Pit., March 6. —Steelton High
! school was defeated by the York High
- school last night. 45 to 30.
: York High. . Steelton High.
j Wiest F .' Skrasinic
Eichelberger ... F Brant
Greena.valt C Crump
Shetter G Dayhoff
Kriber G Gardner
Field goals. Wiest, 3: Eii-helberger, j
Shetter, Briggs, 2; Coleuian, 2; Crump,
3. Foul goals, Wiest, 19; Dayhoff. 18.
Central, 31; Webster. 30
The Central Grammar five, of Steel
ton. won from Webster Grammar at'
j Felt on Hall yesterday, score 34 to 20.!
i Krout F Weber;
1 Snell f Derrick^
. McCauley C Havues
| Jones G Ditzel
i Miller G I^ehmer
Field goaJs, McCauley, 6; Krout, 3;
I Snell, 3; Miller, 2; Jones; Weber, 3;
j Havnes, 2: Ditzel. Foul goals, Weber,
16 of 12; Snell, 4 cf 18; Derrick, 2 of
| 8. "Referee, Hartman. Time, 20-minute
Dental Society Meets
"The Separation of Teeth for the
Operation on the Proximal Surfaces,"
was the subject of an interesting paper
i by Dr. D. I. Rutherford, at a meeting
; of the Harrisburg Dental Society in
; the office of Dr. D. I. Rhein last night.
| HOPE FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
Germany Developing Track Team for
New York, >March 15. —The war is
i not preventing the development of a
German Olympic track team, ami tier
j many still bopea to be able to hold
: Hie Olympic games in Berlin in 1916,
| according to information contained in
j a letter from Carl Diem, of the German
' Olympic Commission, to John J. Me-
Hugh. inspector of athletes of the Pub
-1 lie School Athletic League.
Mr Diem told of his experiences in
i tho hospital, where he is recovering
t'rom wounds received in the lighting in
Northern FYauce. Mr. Diem visited
| this country two yearS ago. when he
i took back with him Alvin Kraenzlein,
formerly of the University of Pennsyl
vania, to co aeh the German Olympic
| team. Kraenxlein however, returned
to America at the ou'break of the war.
HILL MEN TO MEET
Songs and Addresses Will Be Given at
Theatre To morrow
To-morrow afternoon at 3.30 the Al
lison Hill Men's Christian Association
| will hold a service of song. In tuldi
: tion there will be short talks by mem
> bers of the association.
An attractive program has beeu ar
ranged and a large attendance is looked
for. Meetings are held in Ijeuny's The
atre, Thirteenth and Market streets.
Fifth Earl of Cadogvn Die®
By Associate*/ Prcst. •
Loudon. March 6, 10.20 A. M.—
I George Henry Cadogan, fifth Karl of
I Cadogan. died here to-dav at the age
jof 75 years. He was one of the
| wealthiest London ground landlords
j and a great entertainer of royalty.
' Three heirs to the title died during his
A Test Question
Newed—"l tell you, old chap, I'm
another man since I was married.''
Singleton—Sot Does your wife love
you as much as the man she married f"
He —"Didn't it ever occur to you
that I was in love with vouf"
She—"Certainly. Haven't you ever
noticed me laughing to myself'"—
Clinton —"Did you get in without
! your wife hearing you last night?''
Clubleigh—"No; nor without my
.hearing her either.''—Boston Tran
In the sixteenth century it was cus
tomary in Germany to get up at 5
o'clock, dine at 10, sup at 5 and fft>
! to bed at 8.
The Harrlsburg Hospital is open
j daily except Sunday, between 1 and
| 2 o'clock p. m. for dispensing medical
i advice and prescriptions to those uuuble
j to pay for them.
STAB INDEPENDENT WANT
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NEW PARENT TEACHER BODY |
Association Organised at L. 0. Foosa
Building Yesterday Afternoon
A Pareut-Teachers' Association wasl
organized at the U 'O. Foose school,'
Thirteenth auil Sycamore streets, by |
Supervisors J, J. Brehin and John P.I
Cobb yesterday afternoon. The meet-'
ing was represented by about thirty
five parents and was addressed by Dr. i
l-'red E. l>owues, Superintendent of:
Public Schools, and Professor Brehni, j
who spoke on the good of the assoei-1
ation. At the close of the meeting it I
was decided to hold the monthly meet-'
ings the first Friday of each month un-l
til the new lighting system is installed. |
The officers elected' were Mrs. Anna
Wood, president; Mrs. \V hitter up, vice
president; Miss Cora Dugan, secretary,
and John Shearer, treasurer.
On the entertainment committee are j
the teachers of the school: John Hoke, j*
principal; Miss Nora Clancy, Miss Dor- j
is Stouffer, Miss Elva XetV." Miss Helen
Hinkenbach, Miss Rose Fogarty and
Miss Emma Miller.
BIBLE CLASS WANTS 350
Men of Derry Street U. B. Are Urged
to Boost Their Organization
Efforts are being made by the mem
bership committee of the men's class
of Derry Street United Brethreu church,
Fifteenth and Derry streets, to boost
the attendance to 350 to-morrow. Uir-1
cular letters were sent out this week
by C. Raymond Wolfe, chairman of the'
membership committee, urging each j
member "to get a man." The letter |
says in part:
"Get that fellow that works beside j
yon! Get your brother, your father, I
your grandfather, your chum, anybody
you know that wears trousers and j
doesn't go to Sunday school. Tell the j
man you go after a'bout the red-blood i
fellows they 'II meet in the class. Tell j
'em about the big chorus, the bang-up!
orchestra, and the live wire teachers;
they'll hear. Tell them how the class'
has helped you. Tell them anything I
that will bring them running. Wc just!
nuist have that 350!''
Vn yf h
FLORENCE NASH IN SPRINGTIME
At the Regent Saturday —Adv.*
NEW PASTOR TO PREACH
1 The Rev. Mr. Hangen Will Occupy Pul
pit To-morrow at Park Street
The Rev. A. E. Hangen, who has
I been appointed pastor of the Park
| Street United Evangelical church by
j the East Pennsylvania Conference, will
j occupy the pulpit there for the first
; time to-morrow. The Rev. Mr. Hangen
j has served several important charges
(in the conference, among them Allen
\ town, Fleetwood and Mohuton.
| lie has been successful in building
jup tiie churches at nearly all of the
j charges he served.
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It's Coming— I
For Spriag Walks and
Perpetuate your pleasures in
Scenes and incidents may be
j enjoyed over and over again for
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