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Mass., Sept. 11.—Pespitethe fact that Johnny Evers was summarily ejected from the first game after he had taken issue with Mai Eason on a called strike, the Praves knocked out a couple of victories and widened the gap between them and the Giants by another full frame, extending the lead 2H games. The Phils put up a very hot opposition in the tirst game, until the eighth inning rolled around. Then the Braves pushed through runs enough to beat Marshall and his club mates 3 to 0. and afterward lifted the second game. 7 to 2. Fordham Pick Rudolph pitched the first game and Instead of coming hack with one of bis recruits Stallings sent "Tireless Bill" James after the second battle. James had one bad inning, in which the visitors made their only tal lies of the afternoon on a succession of three bingles. The Braves banged Baumgardner out of the box in the sixth inning and took rather kindly to the offerings of Joe Oeschger, who re lieved him In the midst of the big Pos ton frame. HEAVYWEIGHT FOR GETTYS BURG Special to The Telegraph Gettsburg. Pa., Sept. 11. Gettys burg football candidates were given a strenuous third-day practice, consist ing of both a morning and an after noon session. Special attention was given at both workouts to handling the ball from running and forward pass formations. A number of men were tried at tho end positions, which promise to give Coach O'Brien much trouble. Captain Scheffer appeared on the field to-day and is heavier and (aster than last year. Mercer, the 212- pound guard, from Bloomsburg. also reported for practice. UPHOLSTERER and DECORATOR Place your order now for your decoration for the ■ Firemen's Convention . All kinds of upholstering done and i all work guaranteed. JOS. COPLINKY Sarefuor to H. A. Volmer. 1208% North Third Street. THE HUB CLEAN-UP SALE TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, is the last day of our CLEAN-UP SALE. The remaining garments are great bargains, and anyone will profit by taking ad vantage of them at this time. SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN g\ THAT SOLD UP TO SIB.OO. \ 8 I j CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE tfAV SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN Afn THAT SOLD UP TO $22.50. \ I / CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE 1. fci SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN /h lr < THAT SOLD UP TO $25.00. \|H CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE Y A v SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN /h f r\ THAT SOLD UP TO $35.00. \ I X CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE SUITS FOR BOYS THAT Tr- FORMERLY SOLD UP TO $7.50. \ \ / S CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE 1 U THEIHUB 320 MARKET STREET F!aDAY"CVI»3CTr3tX HJLRRISBURG TELEGRAPH . SEPTEMBER 11. 1014. WEST END A. C., CITY AMATEUR CHAMPIONS . ' 1 **/ ' \ f * «' »" *' ' " « ' r '* «■ - ,„ ••; - v-./w . v Tr>j» row, reading from ripht to left: Ream. third T®se: Klinepeler. !I rst base: KniKht, catrher. Middle row —Hocker. shortstop: FntiM. pitrher; Winters, pitcher: K berly. center field. Bottom row—Arnold, right field; Ranitps. second hase; lleiney, ntt! ity; MeCann, utility; Keas'e. I«'l field Two Big Games Next Week; First Inter-League Battles Harrisburg and Elmira Will Meet at Island Park Tuesday and Wednesday, September 15 and 16 Tickets for the championship se ries between Harrisburg Tri-State champions and Elmira, champions of the New York State League, are on sale and to date there has been an encouraging demand. The games will be played on Tuesday and Wednes day, September 15 and 16. With the close of the New York State League season on Saturday, the Elmira team will be In good shape for these important battles. Elmira has been putting up a great game. Lou Ritter, the Harrisburg boy, who has done most of the catching, has been a star in every game in which TOMMY MURPHY CI,KAN'S CP IX GRAND CIRCUIT EVENTS Special to The Telegraph Hartford, Conn., Sept. 11.—Tommy Murphy made a clean sweep of the four events carded for the final day of the grand circuit meeting at Char ter Oak Park yesterday, taking the trottine division of the matron stake with Peter Volo; the pacing division of the same stake with Anna Brad ford; winning the 2.24 trot with Bar bara Overton, and the free-for-all pace with Frank Bogash, Jr. 1 All the races went In straight heats he played. His work has attracted much attention, and Ritter has been picked to go with faster company next season. Harrisburg is anxious to win the series as it will mean a division of $250 and 60 per cent, of the total re ceipts of the five games. The entire proceeds go to the players, and base ball fans will have an opportunity to show their appreciation for the good sport furnished this season. Final arrangements for the two games in Harrisburg will be announced on Mon day on the return of the Harrisburg team from Shenandoah. and the favorites ran true to form. The wonderful records of Peter volo in the trotting division of the matron stake and Anna Bradford in the pac ing division evidently had a bad effect upon the other entries for these events, only three horses facing the starter in the trot, while Anna Bradford had a walkover in the pace, being the only starter. Frank Bogash, Jr., was never hard pushed in the free-for-all pace, step ping both heats in 2.05%, and Bar bara Overton had no trouble in lead ing all the way In three straight heats in the 2.24 trot. West End Champs Proud of Records j Winning from the Keener A. C. last Saturday, score 3 to 2, gave the West ! End A. C. the city amateur cham pionship. according to their calcula tions. Any team disputing this title can meet the West End team. The West End A. C. started with Frank Poore In charge. Recently Homer Kllnepeter has been the man ager and chief director and he has brought about one of the best ama teur teams in Central Pennsylvania. The team won 25 games and lost 7. The games lost were out of the city. Two were won by Linglestown, one by Huminelstown: one by Dauphin, Ober- Un and Duncannon. The team fielded at an average of .920. The club bat ting average was .333. The team will get Into the game early next season. BITS OP SPORTS Hassler A. C. will play at Gettys burg Saturday. Monarchs and Enola P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. will furnish good sport at Island Park to-morrow. Harrisburg will be well represented at Lancaster to-morrow, at the first boxing show. Penbrook A. C. will practice Tues day. Central Pennsylvania Poultry Asso ciation will open December 8. The Clerks defeated the Smith Shop In the Lucknow League series score 4 to 3. defeated Brandvwine, score 10 to 3. Allentown won at Hanover yester day, score 8 to 5. The East End A. A. is without [games for Saturday and for Septem ber 19 and 26. Would like to arrange ! games away from home with strong amateur teams for these dates. Pre fer games with Hershey. Lemovne or Hummelstown. Address Charles Gray, 1868 Swatara street. AUTOMOBILE STOLEN* Sunhury, Pa.. Sept. 11. Thieves | forced an entrance into the garage of Meyer Millner, a Siinburv merchant, on Wednesday night and stole a $2,000 automobile. Millner had it insured for )1,000. Baseball Today; Scores of Yesterday WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Nntlnnnl Philadelphia nl Ronton. Rrooklyn at New York. Chicago nt Pittsburgh. St. I.oiili at rini'lnnall. American Lragar Ronton at Philadelphia. New York at Washington. Federnl l.engne Indlnnapolln a; Raltimore. Kannnn City at Pittsburgh. St. I.ouln nt Rrooklyn. Chicago at HufTalo. WHERE THEY PI.AY TOMORROW National League New York at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at Ronton. Chicago at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Cincinnati. American League Philadelphia at New York. Ronton at Wanhlngton. Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St. Louis. Federal league Kannnn « Ity nt Pittsburgh. St. I.ouln at Rrooklyn. t'bloago at RutTulo. Indlanapolln at Raltimore. SCORES OF YESTERDAY National League Ronton, 3i Philadelphia, 0. Ronton. 71 Philadelphia, 2 I nerond (came). New York. 5( Ilrooklya, I. II rook Iy n, 2| .New York, 1 (second game). Plttnhurgh, 4; Chicago, 2. St. I.ouln, 3| Cincinnati, 3. American League Philadelphia, 8t Ronton. I. New York. 6i Wanhlngton. 4. St. Louis. »l| Cleveland, 5. Chicago-Detroit, rain. Federal I.eague Indlanapolln, 12: Raltimore, «. Raltimore. Hi Indlanapolla, :t inecond game. five Innings, ilarkneaa), St. I.ouln, li Rrooklyn, 0. Kannnn City. Os Plftnhurgh, 8. RntTalo, 10s Chicago, 3. STANDING OF THE TEAMS National League W. L. P.C. Ronton 72 54 .571 New York «» srt SB2 Chlcag HO <ll .531 St. I.ouln 68 «2 .523 Plttnliurgh 50 <M .472 l'hlladelphla SS <W 410 Rrooklyn 57 70 . 440 Cincinnati .... 56 71 .441 American League W. 1,. P.C. Philadelphia 86 45 .656 Ronton 77 52 .507 Wnshlngtnn ... 66 61 .520 Detroit 67 63 .515 Chicago 63 66 . 488 New York 50 72 .450 St. I.ouln 58 71 .450 Cleveland 42 88 . 323 Federal League W. L. P.C. Indlanapolla 72 57 .558 Chicago ..V 60 57 .548 Rrooklyn . .F. «<1 50 .528 Raltimore (15 (Ml .530 RntTalo <l3 50 .516 Kannnn City 61 <l6 .480 St. I.ouln 57 71 .445 Plttnhurgh 50 74 .403 * MARIETTA'S BOARD OF HEAIVTH Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa., Sept. 11. At the meeting last evening: of borough coun cil the president, under the new law, appointed a new board of health, as follows: Daniel Heilman, David E. Brandt, John H. Miller, John P. Schock and Dr. R. E. Ingram. H. C. Wlndolph is the health officer. CRUSHED UNDER WALL Sunbury, Pa., Sept. 11. —Caught un der a failing wall he was helping build here yesterday afternoon. Ira Gass, a bricklayer, was buried beneath three feet of bricks and mortar. He was pulled out unconscious and may be .internally injured* HARRISBUDG CHAMPS j AGAIN QUTBATTED Lose to Clifton Heights Yesterday; Harvey Teal Day in Dela ware League Special to The Telegraph Clifton Heights, Pa., Sept. 11. Runners up in the Delaware League series, the Clifton Heights team, yes terday defeated Harrlsburg, Trl-Stata champions, score 10 to 3. This is the home of Harvey Teal, a Tri-State twister. It was Teal Day and the pop ular pitcher was presented with a gold watch and chain by the fans. Manager Pot made the presentation land the twirler upset all precedents by I jnot striking out. Adams was hit hard in two innings. ! The fielding by Harrisburg was ragged at times. The score: HARRISBURG It. H. O. A. E. Keyes, rf 2 2 5 o 0 Cruikshank, lb .... 0 0 3 1 l Crist, 3b .1 0 1 0 0 1 Reagan, c 0 0 2 0 Hogan. ss ] ] 2 2 1 McCarthy, 2b 0 o 2 2 0 Emerson, If 0 l o on Chabek, cf 0 1 3 0 0 Adams, p...i 0 0 1 1 0 Totals 3 fi 18* 9 3 CLIFTON HEIGHTS H. H. O. A. E. Speece. 3b 1 l o o j Carriss, rf 0 1 o 0 0 I'Ohr, cf 1 i o o o Munch, lb 1 2 4 1 0 Smith, 2b 2 3 3 2 0 Pa rr, ss .. .; 2 3 2 3 0 Kelly, If 2 1 2 0 0 i MeOlnley, c 1 1 R 1 o | Teal, p 0 0 0 4 0 Wagner, c 0 o l o « Totals 10 13 18*11 1 Harrisburg 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 Clifton Heights 1 0 0 5 3 I—lo * (lame called on account of dark ness. i Two-base hits, Keyes, Emerson, j Smith, Barr, Lohr. Home runs. Keyes, I Hogan. Struck out, by Adams, 3; by | Teal, 5. Bases on halls, Adams, 2; | Teal, 1. Wild pitch, Adams. Umpires, Warner and Yeager. # ■ |A / LS|JJd| (On HA'JIJM ! \ Your I j Bill/ IM The greatest Cigarette Value in the world! * A revolution in the cigarette cosf/> fioxea—that's why. 1 A 100% Turkish Cigarette in because you know LORD the popular Foil Package of 20— SALISBURY has sold for years No Inserts, no Coupons or a standard. In the New #» 1 ET /* 5c Cash Foil J| I for I J having with HmdKamiOlU Package WV IVI 1 each Package |WPH^U||Hf ▼MS IMUUOAN TOBACCO COMPANY Al/|RKK|j|^^^Hv L l '!:.. : ;i'i" 1 ,; 1 , 1 ;.!,!! I '.'i; 1 :'!! 1 ,,!!,",," 1 : 1 !,!:.: 1 j.'i 1 ■ .a LEBANON VALLEY TO HAVE STRONG TEAM Captain Carl C. Snavely and Big Squad Are Already Work ing Hard • ' A* •JO •• CARL C. SNAVELY, Captain Lebanon Valley College Foot ball Team Special to The Telegraph Annvllle, Pa., Sept. 11. —Answering Coach R. J. Guyer's call for football aspirants, yesterday noon forty candi dates responded for hard work. From the material at hand and the remain ing members of last year's eleven; Lebanon Valley College will be repre- Willi TWO GAMES GIVES ELMIRK FLAG Bump Wilkes-Barre Twice; Will Play Series With Tri-State Champions Next Week Special to The T digraph Wllkes-Rarre, Pa., Sept. 11. Bfl mlra won the New York State League pennant yesterday by defeating Wilkes- Burre in both games of a double header. Though Elmlra has four and Wilkes-Barre six games still to play, Elmlra could lose all and Wilkes-Barre win all and the lead of Elmlra would not be wiped out. The champions at the close of the season will play a championship series with the Harrisburg team, Tri-State chnmpions. This aeries Is attracting widespread attention through this sec tion. Elmlra won the first game yester day on a heave by O'Rourke in the ninth ining. With the scoro a tie, 3 to 3, Conroy singled, Rltter walked and Swift boat out a bunt. Hunter fouled out. Slsson hit to O'Rourke, who heaved over Brannan's head, and Conroy and Ritter scored. Elmlra won the second game In the second on a bit. a fielder's choice, a sacrifice and Creager's single. Joe Myers pitched the first game and lacked support. The New York State league season will close Satur day. sented hy one of the best teams in the school's history. Among the squad are two Indians, Wheelock and Broker. Wheelock Is a member of last year's eleven and was the bright star of the team. Captain and ex-captain, Snavely and Larew, were in uniforms and will strengthen the team materially. Von- Bereghy and Mickey, two Harrisburg boys, with Hollinger, will form the nucleus for the line, with twenty candidates fighting for tho same posi tions. This season's schedule will he play ed against strong teams. Manager Stickel having arranged games with some of the strongest college elevens in the State. Coach Guyer will give the men light practice the coming week and expects to start scrimmage whenever the men become more hard ened.