The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, May 28, 1915, Page 13, Image 13

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    Jr This Man
jiJP Our Store
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He knew the price before he came. He
knew the quality was guaranteed. He
knew the suit was styled by one of
the famous fashion artists. He bought
Styleplus Clothes
The great one priced suit, which is the result of one of
the big makers specializing on this one quality to sell
everywhere at the one price. We are the exclusive
STYLEPLUS store in Harrisburg.
But STYLEPLUS is only one of our
leaders. Our other is known as
The Hub's Special
We have built up a great trade on this suit, because so
many men want to pay around this price. Several of
the famous makers have co-opoj-ated with us in turning
out these wonderful values. Only the choice fabrics are
used. Styled by a great fashion artist. Beautifully
You will find many prices quoted lower than ours.
Remember that low price means nothing in itself.
Guaranteed quality at the price is what counts. Our
quality, representing "merchandise of the better
kind" at a low price, is what is giving The Hub its
push to the front.
Get the Habit! Come to the Hub!
Park Commissioner Taylor Approves
Regulations for Both the Courts
and New Club House for Members
of Club
Rules to govern the tennis courts in
Reservoir Park and t lie new tennis elub j
house, recently opened to members of ]
the clu'b have been submitted to x'ark I
C ommissioner M. Harvey Taylor ami |
has received his approval. The tennis j
season has been on for some time and j
, the courts are busy each afternoon and !
] evening. The rules, copies of which .
■ have been supplied to tennis players |
who use the park courts, follow:
Tor Tennis Courts
Players must wear regulation heel
less tennis shoes.
Courts must not be used when
placarded to that effect or when wet
enough to show footprints.
All players shall have the use of the
courts in the order of their arrival. i
Courts shall not be used for singles 1
while there are players awaiting a turn, |
nor in any case for a longer period I
than fortv-five minutes.
After 4.30 p. m. on all week days]
I except Saturday and holidays all j
courts excepting X'os. 1 and 2 (the
i courts facing on Walnut street near its j
intersection with State street) shall be j
for the exclusive use of players 16 }
(years or over. Courts Xos. 1 and 2
. shall be for the exclusive use of those
under 16. After 12 noon Saturdays]
and holidays all courts shall be for the
exclusive use of players of 16 or over,
in case of doubt as to age qualifica
tions, players shall be required to pre
sent a statement from parents or guar
Special Rules for Tournament Play
Nets are provided by Park Depart
ment for all courts for permanent serv
, ice, and must not be removed or re
; laced by individual nets.
Coortkeeper will have absolute dis
cretion as to barring player or players
from court for failure to observe rules
and regulations. Appeals from keeper's
decision to house committee may be
made in writing, for consideration at
subsequent meeting of committee.
I'se of court may be obtained only
upon application of court keeper by
registration. Player or players may not
register for use of one'court while
playing on another; registration can
be made only upon tinish of set. If
doubles are being played and another
court is desired, all four players must
appear before vourt keeper to register.
< ourts will be apportioned to registered
players in order of their registration.
This shall apply ouly when courts are]
crowded. Conditions to be governed by
court keeper, who shall consider forty
eight (48) or more players on courts
a.s basis for exercise of discretionary
For Tennis Club House
Members only shall 'be allowed in
the club house.
Xo member may extend club house i
privileges to any companion or com- 1
Each member will be given key to
locker and to club house, upon payment
of his or her entrance fee. Each mem
ber is entitled to a membership card,
which . not transferable.
Club house and contents will bo in
charge of the court keeper, who will be
equipped with master-key for use of
members only in emergency.
Towels, sponges ami other necessary'
paraphernalia must he furnished and
kept clean and sanitary by each mem
Waste of water is prohibited.
Members are cautioned to keep their
| lockers cleaned aud locked at all times,
] except when opened for airing.
Court keeper will be responsible to
! the house committee of the Reservoir
Tennis Club, subject to the general su
pervision of the Superintendent of
Parks and Public Property.
Failure to obesrve foregoing rules
ami regulations by any member will
make member amenable to house com
mittee, who shall have discretionary
power of dismissal from club roll.
To Hold Festival
The Belmont Athletic Association
will hold a festival to-night' at Nine
teenth and State streets for the benefit
of the athletic association.
W. U PC.
Philadelphia 19 11 632
Chicago 20 14 .588
Brooklyn 16 15 .516
St. Louis 17 17 .500
Pittsburgh .... 15 17 .469
Boston 15 17 .46!)
Cincinnati 13 17 .133
Now York 11 18 .379
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 5.
Cincinnati, 6; Boston, 0.
Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburgh, 0.
St. Louis, 6; New York, 5.
Schedule for To-day
Philadelphia at Boston.
St. lxniiw at }>ow York.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Schedule for To-morrow
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at Now York.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Other clubs not scheduled.
W. L. P.U
Chicago 2'5 12 .676
Detroit 23- 14 .622
New York 17 15 .531
Boston 13 14 .481
Washington 15 17 .469
Cleveland 14 19 .424
St. Louis 14 -0 .412
Athletics I' 2' 22 .353
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland, 9: Athletics, S.
Washington, 8; Detroit. 2.
Chic'.tgo, 8; New York, 2.
Boston-St. Louis not scheduled.
Schedule for To-day
Boston at Philadelphia.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Cleveland at Chicago.
Schedule for To-morrow
Cleveland at Chicago.
Detroit at St. Louis.
New Vork at Philadelphia.
Boston at Philadelphia.
W. U J'.C
Chicago 21 14 .600
j Pittsburgh 21 15 .583
! Kansas City 19 14 .576
Newark ». 19 16 .543
I 'Brooklyn 17 16 .515
j St. Louis 15 16 .454
Baltimore 13 21 .382
Buffalo 11 2 4 .314
Yesterday's Results
Buffalo, 9; Pittsburgh. 6.
Other games postponed, rain.
Schedule for To-day
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Newark at Chicago.
Baltimore at Kansas City,
Buffalo at Pittsburgh.
Schedule for To-morro w
Buffalo at Pittsburgh.
Baltimore at Kansas City.
Newark at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. liouis.
W. U P.C.
| Middletown 3 0 1.000
j Highspire 2 1 .667
j New Cumberland .... 2 1 .667
i Steelton 1 " .333
| Lebanon 1 2 .333
! Hers hey '0 3 .000
Schedule for To-morrow
I/ebanon at Highspire.
Middletown at New Cumberland.
Steelton at 'Hershey.
W. L P.O.
Dauphin 1 0 1.000
Duucannon 1 0 1.000
Halifax 0 1 .000
Newport 0 1 .000
Marysville 0 0 .000
I iMillersburg 0 0 .000
Schedule for To-niorrow
! J Millersburg at Marysville.
Dauphin at Newport.
Duncannon at Halifax.
W. 1,. P.C.
Klizaibethville 1 0 1.000
Tower Citv 0 1 .000
Ij.vkcns . . 0 0 .000
Williastown A 0 .000
Schedule for To-morrow
Tower City at Elizabethville.
Lvkeng at Williamstown.
W. U P.C.
i Heading 5 1 .833
Kagles 2 1 .667
Iner-Seal 2 1 .66 7
Galahads 1 1 .500
Hick-a-Thrifts 1 4 .200
Albions 0 5 .000
W. U P.C.
| Planing 'Mill '5 1 .825
j Clorks 6 4 .600
] federals 3 5 .375
Smith*< Shop J 5 .167
j Reading, 4; Hick-a-Thrifts, I
The Reading nine maintained its
i lead in the Allison Hill League yester
day, winning from the Hick-a-Thrifts in
! a 6-inning twilight game, 4 to 1.
R. H. E.
Reading 4 10 0
liHick a-Thrifts 1 4 1
G. Levan and Ehling; Snow and
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Phillies, 8; Chicago, 5
Philadelphia, IMay 28.—The Phillies
departed for their first long trip of the ;
season last night with a double-notch j
holil on tirst j lace in the National j
League pennant rai - e. They gained i
this lofty and enviable position by wal-1
loping the Chicago Cnbs in the final j
game of the home stand yesterday by >
a score of 8 to o.
E. H. K.!
Phillies .... 34 00 001 0 x —s 9 8
Chicago .... '0 0 2 0 0 2 1 o—s 9 0!
Mayer and Killifer; Vaugh, Laven- [
der, Cheney, Adams and Archer.
Brooklyn. 2; Pittsburgh. O
Brooklyn. May 28.—Dell pitched j
shutout ball yesterday and Brooklyn i
nwrdc it two straight with Pittsburgh,!
2 to 0.
R. H. E. j
Pittsburgh .00000000 o—o 4 <1
Brooklyn ... 00000200 x—2 8 1,
Cooper and Gibson; Dell and IMiller. I
Cincinnati, <f; Boston, O
'Boston, Mass., May 28.—Cincinnati, i
last of the National league clu'bs to j
meet the World's Champions so far this!
season, evened the series bv winning I
yesterday, 6 to 0.
R. H. K.I
Boston ... 0 0 000000 o—o 5 4 :
Cincinnati .0001 1022 o—6 11 0
Hughes and Whaling; Tragressor;
Dale and Dooin.
St. Louis, «; New York, 3
New York, May 28. —St. Louis again
defeated New. York here yesterday, win
ing a hard-fought 10-inning game from
the former champions, G to a.
R. TI. E.
St. Louis 400000100 I—6 14 3
New York 200000210 o—s 9 2
Griner, Robinson, Perdue and Sny
der; Schaner, Stroud, Matthews anil j
Pittsburgh, Pa., May 28.—Buffalo :
won from Pittsburgh Federals here ves-1
| terday in a game marked by hard hit-
I ting 011 both sides.
R. H. E.
Buffalo 9 k. 3 I
Pittsburgh G 10 3
Anderson, Bedicnt and Blair; Rogge,
Dickinson and Bcrrv.
Amateur Games Wanted
Rosewood A. C. for to-morrow. .T. C.
Costello, manager. Bell phone 223 J.
Midwav Bull Dogs for to-morrow and
Monday. ' H. W. Hall, 11 North Third
street, manager.
West 'End A. C. for to-morrow aft
llick-a-Thrifts for Monday. A. E.
Atkinson, manager, 1197 Christian
ILimmelstown Crescents for Monday.
Charles E. Brinser, Hummelstown, man
Clerks, 4; Federals, 1
The Clerks came back in yesterday's
Lucknow Shop League game and won
from the Federals, 4 to 1. Stauffer, a
now man, was touched up for three op
portune hits by the Clerks. Mafshall
held the Federals to three scattered hits
of the scratch variety.
R. H. E.
Federals 0 0 1 0 o—l ?, 2
Clerks 2 0 2 0 o—4 3 0
Stauffer and Fegley; Marshall and
Cleveland. !>; Athlotics, H
Cleveland; (_>., May 28.—When Terrj j
' Turper sprinted over back of second, I j
picked up a ball and threw to first with- j (
out waiting to regain his balance, he j
prevented Philadelphia from tying up,
the score yesterday. It was in the !
eighth inning, Cleveland leading 9 to 3.1 .
R. H. K. ,
1 Cleveland .4 1101 0 2 0 x—9 12 3
j Athletics .. 00003005 o—B 12 1 !
Morton and O'Neill; Davies, Davis j
and Sehang, McAvoy.
Washington, H; Detroit, 2
Detroit, Mich., May 28.—Walter j
Johnson was too much for Detroit yes- ,
; terday and Washington won, Bto 2.
R. H. E. i '
Washington 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 0 o—B 9 1 I
j Detroit ... 1000 10 0 0 o—2 11 1 !
Johnson and Henry; Boland, Oldham (
j and Stanage.
Chicago, 8; New York, 2
' Chicago, May 28. —Chicago won its
! ninth straight game yesterday by de- !
I i'eating New York, Sto2, in the final
| game of the series. Bunched hits aided I
1 the locals.
R. H. E.
| New York 00000200 o—2 5 2
Chicago ... 33000002 x—S 13 3 |
Cottrell and Sweeney, Warhop; Ben/ j
: and Sehalk.
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Lancaster's Favorite Brew
: JNO. G. WALL, Agt.
; Harrisburg, Pa. ' Frank J. Rieker, Mgr.
Hagerstown, Chambersburg, 1
Chanibersburg, Pa., iMay 2S.—'Cham- j j
bersburg was defeated in the opening i (
Blue Ridge League game by Jlagers-! j
town here yesterday, •> to 1. The game!
was a listless pitchers' battle. About;
1,500 fans were on hand. !.
]{. H. E. I
Cham 'Burg ..0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 o—l 7 2],
Hagerstown .01001001 o—3 90 | j
Strieker and G. Stroll; Hevener aud I (
Frederick Wallops Martiusburg j j
Frederick, Md.. 'May 2S. —Frederick i
completely outclassed Martinsburg in j
the opening game of the Blue Kidge j
League here yesterday, hitting the ball j
at will and winning by 14 to 3.
K. itf. E. | 1
Martiusburg . . 3 t! 4j i
Frederick 14 15 Oil
Kellev, Schauffle and Zachary; Ste
vens and VVhalen.
Midway Full Dogs Win, 4-:t
The Midway Bull Dogs won from the j
Enola Juniors yesterday afternoon, |
score 4 to 3. Thomas pitched good ball, j
R. H. E.
Enola 0 1 2 0 0J) 3 0 5 j
Midway ...1 1 0 2 0 o—4 12 7
Brabaker and Wingard. Thomas and
I Albright. }
The Cliinaman Thought the. Missionary
Was Going Too Far
Dr. Frank Garrett, who has been a
missionary'to China for the last seven
teen years, says that the first thing
you have to do is to get the Chinese
viewpoint. hike many of their cus
toms, it seems to Us upside down. In
th 0 United States if you call a man a
j liar you are likely to get. into serious
I trouble. In China the man would be
rather complimented' than insulted.
A missionary had established a little
'church somewhere in the interior and
I put a native preacher in charge while
Ihe visited some other mission points.
| When he returned he missed one young
man from the congregation. The na
tive preacher said they had put him
out of the church.
"Why, what was the matter? What
did he do?" asked the missionary.
"He stole a .bamboo rod," returned
the preacher.
"Why," answered the missionary,
"a bamboo rod is worth only about 10
cents. Don't you think you wore a lit
tle severe?"
"No. no," and he shook his head in
dignantly. "We can't have a thief in
the church. The Bible says a thief
can't go to heaven, anil we couldn't
have any one in tho church who
couldn't go to heaven. Besides, it
would give us a bad name in the com
munity. ''
"Well," returned the missionary,
"the Bible says a liar can't go to
heaven. Arc you going to turn the liars
out too?"
"Oh," cried the preacher, "that's
different! Entirely different! Wo all
lie.'' —Youth's Companion.
Signs Teachers Pension Bill
Springfield. 111., May 28.—The Lan
dee teachers' pension bill, providing
pensions of S4OO a year to teachers
after 25 years' service, was signed by
Governor Dunne yesterday.
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