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CHICK EMERSON IS |
Harrisburg Youngsters Sneak Into
Town on Their Way to
Xo it was not the Athletics that
caused the big sensation at the Penn
sylvania Railroad station this morn
ing. It may have been a future as
gregation for Coanie Mack but at
present those two year olds with real
Vaseball forms and countenances were
Xo one knew of their coming. It
vas a case of Manager George
CockiU'a pulling one over on the local
officials. He sent this bunch of "fu
ture greats" to Mercersburg for their
lirst game this afternoon. They all
look good and Harrisburg fans will
have an opportunity to look them
oxer this evening as the youngsters
•will bo in Harrisburg between trains.
"Chick" Emerson, smiling and hope
ful was in charge of the contingent.
He was manager and captain to-day
and will see that Harrisburg lands a
victory. The team lined up at Mer
oersburg as follows:
Crooks, first base; Raidy, second
base: Rumsey, shortstop; Byers, third
base; Emerson, left field; Wertz, cen
ter and pitcher; Addams, pitcher and
centerfleld; Wyckoft, right field; Howe,
catcher. Those who remained at home
in charge of Catcher Harkins practiced
with the Bucknell squad. They are:
Catchers. Harkins. Brink and
Clarke; pitchers. Phillips, Gohon and
Trouph. and Outfielder Johnson. On
Monday the squad will be joined bv
Therre, Chabek. Dietz, Rudolph and
Soit tla ( s
We have rnr years de
! voted more energy in se
lectins and displaying dis
tinctive soft hats for style
and - quality particular
men. than any store in
the city. This season is no
exception. All styles and
$2.00 and $3.00
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"Where the ilflei originate" j
Next to Postal Telegraph Office
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CENTRAL HIGH GIRLS' JUNIOR TEAM
Ifti? fly WF M«i
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i Central High closed the basketball
I season with another champion team,
j The second girls' team holds the
! junior championship of the city. The
| girls arc without a doubt the best
| scrub five that has ever representee!
j the school.
I The team is exceptionally fast and
shows results of efficient coaching,
promising an excellent team for next
year's varsity five. They vanquished
Annual Call to
Future arret* are nnrmlne Dp for
the coming baseball hraaon. anil
will noon he lf> the flel<l for hon
or*. The Harrlsliurg Telegraph
desires to keep In close touch nlth
nil amott-iir team* and samei.
Maaagers are requested to iieod
In at onre the names of their
team, manager nnd captain, with
«r<!HT|VC EDITOR OF THE TELE
"\7"OU can get the thrills \J
X of hunting every week I
at your local Gun Club.
Always plenty of game. 9
you may be "some shot," II
but the flying clays will Ml
fool you at first
Write for free booklet "The -
Sport Alluring" and address Hjft
of nearest trap-shooting club. /Da. j
Dn Pont Powder Co,
IfihtgUa, Ddnai /\
j many worthy opponents, losing but
j one game, In the beginning of the
| season. The line-up follows:
j Upner row, Helen Smith, "Ike"
1 McCord (coach), Susan Shaffer (varl
sity manager), Beulah Starry (scrub
Second row (sitting), Eleanor
i Weaver. Susan Rhoads (captain),
Helen Kleckner and Ruth Richards.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
\\. 1.. P.C.
Philadelphia 2 O 1.000
Brooklyn a « 1.000
Pittsburgh 3 1 .750
Cincinnati 1 1 . .*>oo
Chicago l 1 ~noO
St. Louis 1 3 .280
New York 0 a .1100
Boston 0 2 .000
W. L. P.C.
< lilcago 4 0 1 .000
.%e»v Vork a O 1.000
St. Louis 2 1 .607
Washington a 1 .OUT
Detroit 1 a .XI3
1i0M.,11 I a .333
Philadelphia o a .000
Ciet eland « 4 .000
\\. L. P.C.
Brooklyn 1 o 1.000
Indianapolis 1 o IMI
Chicago X i> 1.000
linltimiirc . . 1 1 .-,00
iiullulo t ! ,-JOO
Kansas city o 1 .000
I'ittaliurgh O 1 <IOO
St. Louis II 1 000
PhUntlrlplliu, 3; \ew Vork, 1.
Urooklyn, 3; floMon. o.
Chicago, <1; Cincinnati, 5.
Pittsburgh, a; St. Louis, 0.
New York. 4: Philadelphia. 0.
\\axhln;.\on. li boston, 0.
Chicago, 0; Cleveland, 3.
St. Louis, as Detroit, 1.
Kansas City, 4s Chicago, 3 (13 In.*.
St. Louis, 5; Indianapolis, 4 (11 in.)
Buffalo, 4s Baltimore, 3.
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY
Boston at Philadelphia.
New Vork nt Brooklyn.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia nt Boston.
Washington at New York.
Cleveland at Detroit.
St, Louis nt Ciiltrago.
ilrooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Bull'alo at i*altimore.
Indianapolis •at St. Louis.
Chicago at Kunkim City.
Chicago at St. Louis.
Pittsburgh *1 Cincinnati.
Cleveland at Detroit.
St. Louis at Chloago.
Chicago at Kansas City.
Indianapolis at St. Louts.
,\e» Vork nt Brooklyn.
Boston nt Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Chicago at St. Louis.
Wnsbing-iou at New Vork.
Philadelphia at Boston (2 games*
Cleveland nt Detroit.
St. Louis at Chicago.
llufl'alo at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at St. Louis. ■
Indianapolis at Kansas City.
Brooklyn at Baltimore.
The girls' centerball team of the
Maclay grammar school defeated 'the
Verbeke nirls, score 35 to 9.
Two Major League Twirlers
Farmed to Manager Cockiii
O'Nell Sent by Philadelphia Nationals; and Connie Mack
Will Return "Rube" Bressler For a Time
News that sent Harrisburg stock
soaring, came this afternoon a few
minutes before Manager George
Cockill left for his home at Lewis
burg. Harrisburg will get Pitcher
O'Xeil from Philadelphia and "Rube"
Bressler will be back early in May.
There are other major recruits to
be farmed to Harrisburg, but these
two in particular were in demand and
it required considerable har<t work to
Second Reformed Boys
Are Back in the Game
The Second Reformed Church will
again place a strong team in the field
this year for both twilight and Satur
Any team desiring a game should
address C. W. Thomas, 2008 Green
street or call on either phone at the
Daily Telegraph. The old men on the
team are Boss, Sterrick, O'Leary,
Chard, Lescure, Beach and Thomas.
Some who have announced their inten -
tion of trying for a place are Mersing
er of Sunbury, Dwver. Hartman and
The first game will be played at
Island Park next Tuesday evening at
5 o'clock with the Telegraph team.
All candidates who desire to play on
this team should report on that date.
The Telegraph team desires twilight
games with any team in this vicinity.
Also a few Saturday games. Address
Charles W. Thomas, at Telegraph or
call sporting editor of Telegraph.
Lew Bailey Retires;
Veteran Fight Manager
Special to The Telegraph
Philadelphia, April 2 B.—Lew Bailey,
who has conducted the Broadway Club
as a boxing organization for the past
fifteen years, announced last night
that he had sold the club and would
rt tire front Philadelphia boxing.
TLew Bailey is well known in Har
risburg, having conducted shows here,
also brought a number of good
fighters to Harrisburg. His last ap
pearance in an official capacity was at
Chestnut Street Auditorium three
TRENTON WANTS RAMSEY;
WILL HAVE TO BUY HIM
That Trenton is determined to have
as strong a team as possible is evi
denced by the fact that an effort will
i>e made to secure Ramsey, a crack
infielder, who is reported to belong to
the Harrisburg club. Recording to
President Morris, of Tn""n. Ramsey
signed a Trenton contract last year
and later signed with the Senators and
he was officially awarded to the latter
club. President Morris is now ready
to take an appeal, claiming that he
is the property of the Trenton club,
but if a cash deal can he arranged
Ramsey may be allowed to remain
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land them. Manager Cockill is of the
opinion that he is going to start the
season with a fast bunch.
While in Harrisburg Cockill arrang
ed for the uniforms. White will be
worn at home and gray will be the
traveling color. Black sweaters will
be worn instead of coats, and on each
sweater will be the letter "H" in
white. The first home games will be
with a college team on May 1 and 2.
News Items From Points
in Central Pennsylvania
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbury.—Falling twenty feet from
the second lloor of the barn at his!
home at New Columbia, Howard |
Ranck landed bead first on a board
floor, but was not seriously hurt.
Shippensburg. Members of the
class taught by I)r. G. W. Sherrick of
the Messiah United Brethren Church
held a social at the home of the pas
tor. Speeches were made by the new
officers and Guy Wathuck, who is
home from a trip to Kentucky. Music
was furnished by Charles and Daniel
Barkslow and Hayes Bigler.
Hallam.—Samuel Shaffer, while as
sisting to cut logs yesterday afternoon,
was so badly injured that he almost i
bled to death before a physician ar
Strasburg. The Columbia College I
of Surgeons and Physicians met at the i
Washington House last evening. Dr. I
G. W. Berntheisel, of Columbia, pre- |
Marietta. —The engagement of Miss
Mary Weaver, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Weaver, and George M. !
Plantholt, of Lancaster, has been an
Waynesboro.—Grover Routson. Gar- !
field street, received word yesterday j
that his brother, Jesse Routson, su- j
perintendent of the Buckingham In- !
dustrial School, Buckeystown, Md„ is !
Waynesboro.—C. C. Shockey, one of |
the oldest active residents of Roadside. !
near Waynesboro, suffered a stroke of
YOUNG MEN HELD FOR TRIAL j
Diillsburg, Pa., April 18. —Tolbart!
Zeigler and Charles Zeigler, the two j
young men from Mechanicsburg who
were arrested last week for robbing J
J. L. McCreary's bakery and taken to j
the Yoork county jail, were brought I
back to Dillsburg and given a hearing |
before Justice of the Peace J. K j
Evans, of Gettysburg, and were held i
for court next. week. The young men j
were unable to furnish bail and were j
taken back to jail by Constable C. IC.!
P. ITS or SPORTS
Amateurs started their games to-1
Bucknell defeated Dickinson yester- ]
clay, score 6 to 2.
The Federal League games yester-'
day were real baseball contests.
ArRIL 18, 1914.
WILLIE RITCHIE WHS
OVER TOMMY MURPHY
Harlem Boy Had Only Endurance
to Back Him Up in
By Associated Press
San Francisco, Cal., April 18.—Willie
Ritchie, lightweight champion, de
fended his title last night against
"Harlem Tommy" Murphy, of New
York, in convincing fashion. Murphy
fought a courageous, aggressive light,
but never was dangerous, and often
was in distress himself. There was
nn disputing the referee's decision at
the end of the twenty rounds.
Murphy might have been allowed
one questionable round and perhaps
two could have been given him as
even, but the remainder were all
Ritchie's by a wide margin, in the
sixth, the tenth, the fifteenth and
twentieth rounds Murphy was dazed
and staggering. He reeled and
clinched and covered up and leaned
against the ropes. Only his remark
able vitality and his courage saved
him from a knockout. When he was
knocked through the ropes in the last
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round he bounded to his feet agalr.
and came back with a splendid tlash
of daring, but the round remained
Ritciiie's by a wide margin.
Murphy scarcely landed a clean
single solid blow. Whenever he showed
to advantage it was with a shower ol
short arm uppercuts and body blows
Murphy in the last round was a badlj
punished man. The champion bled n
little at the mouth from the bruising
he received in the clinches, but left
the ring otherwise unmarked.
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