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NEW MEN ARE WE«K ; MWINSIECIIME White Roses Helped Out by Eddie Hooper a Last Season's Star New men in Harrisburg's line-up made team work impossible at York yesterday. York won, score 5 to 4. Eddie Hooper helped in the victory for the Roses. Paris Kunkel, cast off by York, twirled for Harrlsburg. The boy would have fared better against his team mates hud his support been better. 1-larrlsburg's big sticks also failed at critical times and llammersly sewed up the game tightly aTter the llrst inning. In the first inning errors by Hum mersly and Morrow, with single, a fielder's choice and Whalen's double scored three runs for Manager Coc kill's chasers. In their half of the first York tallied a. run. Swayne was hit by a pitched ball. Hopke singled and Swayne scored on Whalen's error on Clay's grounder. In the fifth York tied up the game fin singles by llammersly and Swayne, Hopke's sacrifice and a double by! Hooper. In the seventh Whalen fum bled Hopke's grounder and then threw the ball over CockiU's head, allowing one run to score. In the eighth Em erson dropped a fly ball. Litigate sin gled and Swayne doubled, scoring an other run. . llarrisburg scored a run in the eighth on Miller's home run. Cockiii hit for two liases and went out trying to get to third. The score: HARRISBURG All. R. H. O. A. E. McCarthy. 2b 4 1 1 4 2 0 Emerson, l.f 2 1 1 2 0 1 Keyes, r.f 4 0 I 1 () 0 Crist, c.f 4 0 0 1 0 0 Miller, c 4 2 1 5 1 0 "Whalen, ss 4 0 1 4 4 2 Cockiii, lb 4 0 2 5 0 0 Byers. 8 b 3 0 0 1 1 1 Kunkle, p :i <t 0 1 a 0 xTherre 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 4 7 24 XI 4 YORK AB. R. H. O. A. E. Swayne. c.f 4 2 2 2 0 0 Hopke, 3b 3 1 1 I 2 0 < 'lay, r.f 4 o o " 0 I fooper, l.f. 4 0 2 6 1 0 Yale, lb 4 0 1 9 0 0 Dundon, 2b 3 0 0 2 2 0 Morrow, ss 4 0 0 0 5 2 Lidgate, c 4 1 2 3 2 0 llammersly, p. ... 4 1 1 2 3 0 Totals 34 5 9 27 lt> 2 xßatted for Kunkle in eighth inning Harrlsburg ... 30000000 I—4 York 1 000201 1 x—u First base on errors, York. 5; llar risburg, 2. Sacrifice hit, Hopke. Stolen base, McCarthy. Two-base hits, Hoop er 2, Cockiii, Whalen. Home run. Mil ler. Double play, Byers to McCarthy. Hit by pitched ball, Swayne, Byers. Left on bases, York, 7; Harrlsburg, 5. Struck out, by Hammersly, 3: by Kunkle, 3. Bases on balls, Hammers ly 2, Kunkle 2. Time, 1.45. Umpire, Applegate. Local Birds Fast in Long Flight A successful flight was reported yes terday by the Capital City District Homing Association. Birds liberated at Amherst, Va., at 8.50 a. m. arrived in Harrlsburg at 3 o'clock in the after noon. The first birds arrived at the loft of William C. Roberts, making an average of 1073.99 yards per minute for the flight. Closely following Rob erts' bird were those of Weaver and Martz, which won second and third prices, respectively. The results of the flight follow: Time Yards per of Arrival. Minute. Win. C. Roberts ... 2.48 1073.99 E. Weaver 2.53.58 1068.71 E. W. Weaver 2.54.01 1068.61 C. A. Martz 2.53.58 1062.62 C. A. Martz 2.53.58 1062.62 Wm. C. Roberts ... 2.52.56 1059.39 A. F. Rexroth 3.01.03 1041.24 Joseph Crutehley .. 3.05.05 1025,69 John Fisher 3.09.05 1024.47 John Fisher 3.09.55 1022.67 Fred Kramme .... 3.08.14 1019.98 Joseph Crutehley . . 3.07.46 1018.30 Fred Kramme .... 3.09.21 ,#16.98 R. N. Boak 3.16.15 ~97.17 WILMINGTON 1IA1) KASVttOB Trenton, N. J., May 19.—Poor field ing, passed bulls and everything but baseball featured yesterday's game. Wilmington won hands down; score, 13 to 2. The score by innings: R.H.E. Wilmington . 5 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 5—13 9 2 Trenton .... I 0 1 0000 00— 2 8 8 Batteries: Swullow and Foye; Kearns, Meehan and Smith. HURLINGHAM Correct for Summer 1914 Button-less back ft'/ion Collars O/dest Brand UNITED SHIRT & COLLAR, 00. TROV.N.Y. Looking For a House? Have you carefully read Telegraph want ads? Try it to-night, to-morrow night and the next night if by that time you have not found a house to your liking. You know in which section of the city you would rather live—then select the offerings in that part of town and save needless trips elsewhere. A TELEGRAPH HOUSE WANTED ad telling Just what you want will ooat but a few pennies and Is al most WiWewUtfX i*jj TUESDAY EVENING, BASEBALL AND SPORTS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE RACE WITH PRINCETON WILL GIVE ' 4 * ■ <! .■»>*. ''' ji&> Jk. '«*Bbß kfei'tf Bit -* Y • , ■' %.!,. " i :-fff —, BITS OF SPORTS Harrisburg is home to-day. The Tri-State game was not very attractive yesterday wtih 27 errors in three games. Manager Coclslll is weak at short stop. York has Eddie Hooper back. He is a good man. Princeton defeated Dartmouth yes terday; score, 3 to 2. The Boas Street Tigers won from the Twelfth Street nine; score, 16 to 13. Enola won from Rellevue yesterday; score. 3 to 2. The Pittsburgh Giants and Harris burg Giants will start «. three-day series at Island Park to-morrow. The winner will go to New York to play the Cuban Stars. Tech students celebrated their Sat urday victory yesterday with a parade. In the afternoon the faculty members played the senior class a game of base ball and lost out, score 17 to 3. Only five innings were played. The Middletown Athletic Club will hold a track meet in September. Handsome prizes and medals will be offered. The Canvasbacks defeated the Red heads in the Casino Duckpin League; margin, 94 pins. The Harrisburg Trainmen want a game for Saturday afternoon. Ad dress M. O. Eveler, 122 Charles street. A game is wanted by the Riverside Athletic Club. Ralph Bowman is man ager, 504 Emerald street. MARWSVIM.K HOYS WANT A GAME The Marysville Boys' Club is with, out a game for Saturday, May 23. The manager desires to arrange games with 14-year-old teams for this and other dates. Raymond Benfer, Marys ville, is manager. Baseball For Today; Scores of Yesterday WHERE THEY PI/AY TODAY Trl-State League York nt Harrisburg. It en fling at Alleirtown. Wilmington at Trenton. National League New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia a< Chicago. Ilonton at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at St. Ifluh. American League Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New ork. Cleveland at Washington. Detroit at Boston. federal League Kantian City at Baltimore. St. IJOIIIH at Biiflnlo. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Indianapolis at Brooklyn. WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW Trl-State I.eague Harrlsburg at Allentown. York at Wilmington. Reading at Trenton. National League New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at St. Louis. American I.eague Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New \ ork. Cleveland at Washington. Detroit nt Boston. Federal League Kansas City at Baltimore. St. Louis at Buffalo. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Indianapolis at Brooklyn. SCORES OF YESTERDAY Trl-State League York, 5; Htrrliburg, 4. Allentown, 13i Heading, 1- (11 In.). Wilmington, 13i Trenton, -. National League Chicago. 4| Philadelphia, 2. Boston, 4( Pittsburgh, 1. Cincinnati, lOi New York. 5. St. Louis, lis Brooklyn, 0. American League Philadelphia, 3i Chicago, 1. Host on, Detroit, O. St. Louis, 4; New \ork, J. Washington, 111 Cleveland, 2. Federal League Brooklyn. «t Indianapolis, 0. St. Louis, <1: Bultnlo, 3. Chicago. Hi Pittsburgh. 4. Baltimore, 3; Kuusus City, 2. STANDING OF THE TEAMS Trl-State I.eague W. I, P.C. Beading * * •J®® Trenton •» ™ •™>" Allentown J } llarrlKhurg 4 •» • 444 National League W. L. P.C. Pittsburgh }•> f •#«« New York J- * Cincinnati li "» Phlladclplili 11 JJJ Brooklyn 11 J# ®J4 St. Louis "15 .48.1 Chicago .............. 11 HI • 407 Boston ao« American League W. L P.C. Detroit 2 'SI Athletics 14 8 .03(1 Washington 14 11 .660 St. Loula i 3 13 ,500 I Boston " 12 478 ! New York 11 12 .478 t Chicago 11 IS .370 j Cleveland 818 .300 Federal League W. L. P.C. 1 Baltimore 15 0 .714 t st. Lonla 15 11 .577 I Chicago 14 12 .588 Brooklyn 10 0 . 526 I Indianapolis 12 11 .522 Buffalo "13 400 Kansas City II 15 .407 Pittsburgh 8 16 .333 aJLV ,11, ||„J I, m -wmmmmmm* "PA" COURTNEY'S CORNELL VARSITY CREW FOR 1914. Which on Saturday will be given its first real test in a race against Princeton on Cayuga T>ake. While no definite information has as yet been procured on the Cornell crew, it is safe to say that the pupils of Courtney will out row Princeton from start to finish. (Copyright by International News Service.) Junior Baseball League Promises Exciting Spart Doings in Central Pennsylvania Body Furnishes Much In terest to the Fans In this week's game in the Central Pennsylvania Baseball League many exciting contests are expected. High spire will play at Steelton and New Cumberland Is scheduled to play at Middletown. The teams are rounding into the form that means close bat tles. All teams have had their trou bles, but with warmer weather better things are looked for. Steelton went into the opening game at home in a badly crippled condition. ' Rhoads and Blever, their star battery, was out of the game, and Shultz was playing with a broken fin ger. Boughter was on the bench with a badly sprained ankle. In ad dition, Chester Books entered the game without practice as he just re covered from a severe spell of sick ness. Central Ijenguc? Notes The promoters of the league feel proud of their efforts as the league has proven a paying proposition for ! the four towns. NewbaUer has replaced Demmy as i a regular umpire. Deckard has proven a good ump. His decisions are rarely questioned. "Mike" Shatto had a great day on the bases Saturday. After receiving his base on balls he immediately stole second, third and home. Boyd, the Highspire catcher, had an "off day" Saturday. Highspire fans are happy, as "Dick" Etter has returned to the game after being out with a broken hand. Boughter, the Steelton star out fielder, will soon return to the game. He is slowly recovering from a badly sprained ankle. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Biever was missed in the opening game at Steelton. Wertz, the New Cumberland slug ger, has started out in gerat shape. In Saturday's game he climbed Biever for a two bagger and a triple. Atticks, the Steelton catcher, is play in" the game and hitting the ball hard. Rote is always in the game and the opposing players must keep their eyes open when he is on base. Johnny Kling is a "come back" and is pitching great ball for Middletown. Aderholt has been switched from first to third for Middletown. I-iandis, the second catcher for Mid dletown, is a good hitter and will help out with his pinch hitting. "Gus" Boyne has replaced Ivrause as the Highspire first sacker. "Rebel" Leedy is playing a fine game for the Highspire team. New Cumberland picked up a good ■ one in Keiifer. Rhoads will hardly return to the i game for a month. He will be on crutches for another week. ITAMAN SLASHES WOMAN 1 Sfecial to The Telegraph Carlisle, Pa., May 19. —In a quarrel between Miss Minnie Nixdorf.and an I Italian laborer, commonly known as "Benny," the Italian cut Miss Nixdorf i with a knife, inflicting several wounds > on her face, and for a time it was . thought she would not recover. The ■ fight occurred yesterday afternoon at . Miss Nixdorf's home in South East ■ street. Officers are searching for "Benny." I News Items of Interest in Central Pennsylvania Reading.—The Berks County Chap ter, Daughters of the American Revo lution, yesterday fixed on Saturday, ' June 6, for the unveiling of the Wash ington memorial tablet in the Farm ers' National Bank here commemo rating the time when Washington stopped there over night while it was an inn. Easton. —Judge Stewart yesterday handed down a decision continuing the injunction granted to the Beth lehem City Water Company against Bethlehem, restraining the borough from extending the municipal water mains into territory of the water com- Richland. —Using his handkerchief as a noose, Jonathan Hartman hanged himself to a post of his bed. He was 89 years old. Scranton. —For the second time Sai vatore Paradiso, alleged slayer of Tony Costa, appeared before a jury yester i day to defend himself on the charge of murder. Reading.—The formal opening or Reading's new half-million-dollar Y. j M. C. A. building will take place next Friday afternoon with dedicatory cere i monies on Sunday, May 24. . WEIRD GAME AT AIJTJENTOWN Special to The Telegraph Allentown, Pa., May 19.—1n a freak game the Teutons pulled out a victory over Reading yesterday; score, 13 to 12. The game went eleven innings and included 27 bingles, a protest and ' 7 pitcKers. Hoffman protested the i game, claiming that Doty was hit with i a pitched ball. President Graham was ' on hand and Will tell his side of the > story later. The score by ' Reading 160 000 122 00—12 11 7 t Allentown . . 201 304 110 01—13 16 4 t Batteries: Clun, Baker, Ramsey, • Bohen and Nagle Teal, Topham and Monroe. MAY 19, 1914. HANDICAP SHOOT IS EXCITING EVENT West Fairview Club Members Takes the Special Prize; Sweepstake Events In the handicap shoot at West Fair view on Saturday W. A. Miller broke 2 5 targets and won a four-bladed pearl-handled knife. The prize was from the Dead Shot Powder Company. Disney was second with 24 breaks. Other scores were: J. Blair, 23; H Myers, 16; C. Ensor, 23; Baker, 21; Fager, 20; Givler, 21; Hoover, 23; C. Miller, 20; F. Haw becker, 22; J. Heikes, 18; C. Myers, 20; R. Hawbaker, 23. There were fifteen other events, which resulted as follows: Event No. I—W. A. Miller, 23; Dis noy, 19; Givler, 17; Hoover, 18; Heikes. 19. Event No. 2—Martin, 20; Hoffman, 20; Keller, 22; Brown, 23; Hacket, 19. Event No. 3—Martin, 23; Hoffman, 20: Keller, 22; Brown', 23; Hackett, 19. Event No. 4i—Martin, 23; Hoffman. 22; Keller, 20; Brown, 23; Hackett, 19. Event No. 5—J. Neidhauer, 14; C. Myers, 13; J. Blair, 15; F. Hawbaker, 20; Haker, 17. Event No. 6—Ensor, 16; Fager, 13; Vance, 18; C. Miller, IC; Holey, 16. Event No. 7—D. Wagner. 20; Stuart, 24; Vance, 14; P. Hawbaker, 18; Hoover, 18. Event No. B—Hoover, 20; Vance, 14; Stuart, 23; J. Neldhamer, 14; Boley. 11. Event No. 9—lMsney, 19; W. A. Mil ler, 22; Givler, 16; Hoover, 12; C. Mil ler, 20. Event No. 10—Martin, 17; Hoffman, 18; Keller, 23; Brown, 20; Hackett, 19. Event No. 11—Segelbaum, 9; Dinger, 24; Brown, 23; Martin, 24; Keller, 23. Event No. 12— J. Neldhamer. 15; R. Nawbaker, 9; H. Disney, 24; D. Wag ner. 22; Stewart, 21. Event No. 13—Baker, 16; Hoover, 18; Vance, 17; Stuart, 23. Event No. 14— W. A. Miller, 21; Heikes, 21; Hoover, 16; Givler, 20; Stuart. 19. 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