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Bringing Up Father# # # # # # BY COLLY-THERE LE"Tb WMT ( Tm?o fLL <0 OUT E OeV ' 621 > * RE CERTAINLY HERE UNTIL ,TriP?- SO THET WOfTT «=OK MICE; pp*. $ SOME <,OOD f L —S ABOUT "E COMES f BEL O»SAPPOtNTED ~ J ° W ' , DO^THAT 1 LOOKERS t»TATtN| J lt>ri'T HE I A^V T j M, TH^^ ,N> r °\ I FT CAT"ANT W MVk HOTELt THE V v- > THAT ROOM. JUDGMENT. , ME! , ' JF | J COOD IF I MQiCmOISE SHOOT i IS HOSPITAL BENEFIT Harrisburg Sportsmen's Associa- i tion Announces Elaborate Pro- 1 gram For Saturday Prizes numbering fifty-seven anil valued at $175, will be awarded win ners in the benefit merchandise shoot of the Harrisburg Sportsmen's Associa tion to-morrow afternoon. The proceeds of the shoot, which will be held at Sec- i ond and Division streets, will go to the Polyclinic Hospital. The shooting wiil start at 1 o'clock. I Tlie first event will be at fifty targets. | entrance fee $2.50. All shooters in this , event will receive a prize. The Lewis class system will be used in awarding the prizes. There will also be a target optional sweep event, and two fifteen and one twenty-target events. All shooting will > be from sixteen yards and the targets • thrown fifty yards. The merchandise \ prizes were donated by Harrisburg | businessmen and include the follow- ! ing: Many Valuable l"ri*c* Mahogany chair, steel fishing rod, i Gem shooting jacket, ton of coal, ton : of conl. meerschaum pipe, pair trousers, four dozen cans tomatoes, trolling rod, IHipont hand trap, Dupont hand trap, j five-pound box candy, umbrella. French j briar pipe, pair nickel-plated bibbs j picture, framed: bat, ton of coal, six! pairs men's hose, picture, framed; j shooting jacket, pair pumps, two sets B. V. I)., ton coal, box of cigars, box of | cigars, box of cigars, silk shirt, steel ! fishing rod. tie pin. French briar pipe, j twenty-five pounds dog bread, pair i pillow cases, fishing rod, set cuff links I and tie pin, flashlight, flashlight, fish | lias and reel, fiishing rod and net. i shell bag. cap. two boxes writing' paper, safety razor, quart sherry wine. | ■ mart port wine, 'quart Yfrginia Wine, box candy, box paper and envelopes, j bottle lilac water, pair of slippers, two t boxes soap, jar of cream, box of soap j and one towel, iug bath salt, two boxes I soap, bottle of violet water and pocket knife. The prizes are valued at from $1 to SIS. R'HINEHARTS WANT GAMES The Rhinehart A. C., a strong We>st j Knd organization, is arranging a i fchedule for the summer. Charles J. ' Toutl. 1707 North Third street, is the j manager. They have a number of I open dates. FHELMARII - f Quality*! NO PREMIUMS ® , 1 MgggH « Makers ofthe Hifhfst GndeTurksh and Egyptian Ggarcttes mMUM « vmmzmfmmmm&M No BOY SCOUT Outfit Complete Without the *flewar(i*3mk A wSSS lflPI d TJERE is a standard reg- B 11 ulation SCOUTING F\ Shoe for Boys, made in the NEWARK factory, and sold 1/ If y\ DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC at $2.00 I! 4 / \ the pair. They are identical to the Ifa j j\ Scouting Shoes Bold in Sporting Goods and retail stores at $3.00 ana ffpl $3.5(1. None more comfortable and ffsl / satisfying. Try a pair I xfcj/ /// Newark Shoe Stores Co. NBWARK Harrlaburg Branch—3ls Market St., Jr f CHnrc near Dewberry—Open Sat. evrilaga o/UVCo until 10.30 to accommodate our roi- (f I FkW Boy%, tomera. Mall Ordera Filled by Par-1 ( | eels Poat. Other Newark Sforfi »< u MM tMM Nearby i York Heading, Altoonu, Hal- W Wl » 42JU tlraore, I.anraater. 137 StoreH In 97 Cltlea. V FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH APRIL 23, 1915. ICHANGEFIGHTDATE FOR JOHNNY DUNDEE Needs Extra Time in Order to Get Down to Weight Limit; Rocky Kansas Fast Spenal to The Telezraph Buffalo. N. Y., April 2 B.—Johnny Dundee has asked for two days of grace from the Queensberry A. C. In jthe matter of the 10-round bout be tween him and Rocky Kansas, and the | grace was granted, so the battle will take place Wednesday, April 28, in stead of next Monday. .Dundee says he needs extra time to be sure and be iat weight, which has been fixed at 128 J ringside. Dundee says he will come | to Buffalo next Saturday and put on ;the finishing touches to his training | at a local gymnasium. Rocky Kansas will have no trouble jin weighing 128 or under, and thinks he can stop the championship asplra jtions of Johnny. Certain it is that j Rocky is a better boxer than he was J when he first tackled Dundee and gave | him a run for his money over a year ! ago. The fjueensnerrv A. C. has arranged i two of the preliminaries. Happy Davis | " ill go 10 rounds with Frankie Nelson and Young Ranney of will | show six rounds with Johnny Dunn. I This last pair are bantams. TECH LOSER HOME GAME Now Itloomsburg Academy Cinched Victory In First liming Tech high opened the season at home yesterday, losing to New Bloom field Academy, score 10 to 3. The game was played on Diamond No. 1. Island Park. Wagner's wildness in the opening inning caused Tech's downfall. Reiff was sent in and pitch ed a good game. The fielding of both teams was fast. Tech had the best of the game after the third inning. Stew art was a star at short. Harper played a good game. The score by innings: R. 11. E. Tech 00200001 0— 3 6 4 New Bloom. 80100010 o—lo 15 2 Batteries Wagner. Reiff and Beach; E. Reader and A. Reader. ACADEMY IS LOSER In an exciting contest yesterday afternoon the Susquehanna high school team defeated Harrisburg Academy, score 6 to 3. The pitching of Garverich was a feature. He fanned 20 men. Ben net and Krai! also did good work. The Academy runs were made on errors and stolen bases. The score by in nings: R. H. E. Susq 300001 1 1 o—B 13 3 Academy ...10010001 o—3 0 2 PHILLIES' RECORD OPENING Won Seventh Straight Victory, De feating Boston Braves National league teams switched yes terday and the games brought re newed interest. The opening at Phila delphia was a record-breaker. The Phillies won their seventh straight victory, defeating Boston, score 8 to 4. ACADEMY RUNNERS FOR PH ®>- K if# At practice yesterday afternoon The members of the team who will re credited with fast time. In line with that the Academy team will make a g Left to right, Coach Smith, Stack PERITHALON STARTS AWL TRACK MEET Annual Olympic Championship Events at U. of P. Promise New Records Sfecial to The Telegraph Philadelphia, April 23.—Athletes representing: every college and univer sity in the East, and many from the South and West, will assemble on Franklin Field this afternoon for the annual track and field meetings of Old Penn's relay carnival. Having outgrown the popsibillty of a single afternoon's competition, in its 20 years of existence as an annual event, Pennsylvania's relay carnival has been given a duration of two after noons. At 3 o'clock the pentathlon compe tition will start the first session of the carnival. To-morrow's show starts at 1 o'clock, and includes the high school, preparatory and college champion ships of America. Pennsylvania's relay carnival has as sumed the proportions of an Olympic championship meet. Over 100 college teams and more than 250 school teams are entered for the carnival which starts to-day and continues to-morrow on Franklin Field. Olympic cham pions, intercollegiate champions and star athletles of all kinds have come from ail parts of the country to meas ure speed and skill in the various events of this great athletic meet. No less than 69 events are on the card for to-day and to-morrow. The first 26 of these events will be con tested this afternoon. To-day's games are in no sense preliminary to to-mor row's; they are merely 26 events of the carnival, and these 26 contests are equal in importance with those to be decided to-morrow. YESTERDAY'S COLLEGE SCORES Princeton 7, W. and J. 2. Catholic U. 2, Harvard 1 (10 in nings). Trinity 9, New Hampshire 0. IST MOHAWK MADS WITH PATENTED SLIP-OVER BUTTONHOLE TIE SLIDES EASILY 7on(oI/ars It NIT ID •HIHT • COLLAR CB»T«T.JLJ .. T . , , Photo to Roshon the Harrisburg Academy sprinters pulled off several /sensational trial heats, present the Academy in the relay races on Franklin Field to-morrow were his policy, Coach Smith will not give out any figures. He is of the opinion ood showing at Philadelphia. In the above picture are: pole, White, Krall (captain), Holmes and Bennett (substitute). Baseball Summary; Games Past and Future SCORES OF YESTERDAY National Ijcaguc Philadelphia. 8: Boston, 4. Brooklyn, 6; New York, 4. Pittsburgh, 8; Cincinnati, 2. St. Louis, 9; Chicago, 5. American league Boston, 7; Philadelphia, 6. Washington, 5; New York, 1. Detroit, 5; Cleveland, 3. Chicago, 5; St. 4. Federal League Newark, 3; Brooklyn, 0. Buffalo, 3; Baltimore, 0. Other clubs not scheduled. WHERE THEY PLAY TO-DAY National Jjeaguc Moston at Philadelphia. New York at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Chicago at St. Louis. American league Philadelphia at Boston. Washington at New York. Detroit at Cleveland. St. Louis at Chicago. Federal League Baltimore at Buffalo. Brooklyn at Newark. Chicago at Kansas City. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. WHERE THEY PLAY TO-MORROW National League Boston at Philadelphia. New York at Brooklyn. Clncinati at Pittsburgh. Chicago at St. Louis. American league Philadelphia at Boston. Washington at New York. St. Louis at Chicago. Detroit at Cleveland. Federal 1 .eaguc Chicago at Kansas City. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Baltimore at Buffalo. Brooklyn at Newark. STANDING OF THE CLUBS National league W. L. P. C. Philadelphia 7 0 1.000 Cincinnati 6 3 .667 Chicago 4 4 .500 Boston 4 4 .500 Pittsburgh 4 4 .500 Brooklyn 3 6 .33 3 St. Louis 3 6 .333 New York 2 6 .250 American League W. L. P. C. Detroit 7 2 .778 Washington 5 3 .625 Boston 4 3 .571 Cleveland 5 4 .556 New York 4 4 .500 St. Louis 3 (j .338 Chicago 3 fi .333 Philadelphia 2 5 .286 Federal League W. L. P. C. -Newark 7 4 .636 Chicago 5 3 .62 5 Brooklyn 6 4 .600 Kansas City 5 5 .600 Pittsburgh 5 5 .500 Buffalo 5 5 .500 St. Louis 3 5 .375 * ■kJaltimora .. 3 g ,273 Hartley Back in Game; Joins Delaware League Bill Lewis, manager of the Park side team of the Delaware-Maryland League, lias copped Walter S. Hart ley for an outfield position on his team. "Chick," the former Harris burg star, is the same old boy who polled the ball to all corners in the New York State League last year. Previously he was a Tri-State Leaguer. When the New York State League slashed "Chick's" salary last year he bolted, and although he had been offered a berth in the Delaware County League this year, he turned down the offer, preferring to play in Wilming ton. No doubt "Chick" will finish the Del-Mar League season as the cham pion batter. Sport News at a Glance Harrisburg bakers won from Schmidt employes on Casino alleys last night; score. 14 64 to 14 56. The lead-off men of the Casino League last night won from Anchor men; margin, 94 pins. The Hick-a-Thrifts open with P. R. R. Elects to-morrow. The West End A. C. plays Hockers vllle to-morrow at Fourth and Seneca streets. The Harrisburg Telegraph office will be open until 7.30 Saturday night. Send in all scores promptly after the games. The Baker A. A. of Steelton plays Dauphin to-morrow. Riverside A. C. will play Rosewood A. C. to-morrow afternoon on Harris burg Academy field. The Laurel A. C. wants games. Ad dress Edward Craig, 12 57 Walnut street, Harrisburg. • WILLARD'S SHARE OF CASH Settles Judgment Note After Receiv ing Funds Chicago, 111., April 23.-—Thirteen thousand dollars was the sum Jess Wtllard received by defeating Jack Johnson at Havana, the heavyweight champion told friends here yesterday. "Johnson received $30,000 and when I defend my title 1 am going to get the same amount of money he did," Willard said. The champion handed Charles Cut ler. the wrestler, who first attempted to develop him as a heavyweight boxer, a check for $1,250 as compensation for the Chicagoan's services. Cutler 1 obtained a judgment against Willard in Milwaukee for $2,500, but when they met yesterday a compromise was reached and Cutler cut the Judgment in half. LUCKNOW LEAGUE STARTS The Lucknow League opened yes terday. The Clerks won from the Smith Shop, score 1 to 0. The game went five innings. General Foreman C. Geisking tossed out the first ball. Marshall and Gilday pitched a good game, each allowing but two hits. KEENER TO PLAY HIGHSPIRE The Keener A. C. will play High spire A. C. Saturday afternoon at I Highspire. The members of the Keener team will report at Keener's sturo at 1 o'clock. BASEBALL BOOMS IN HALIFAX TOWN Manager Poffenberger Signs Up Players For Dauphin-Perry League; Schedule Halifax. Pa., April 28.—Baseball is booming here. The DauphJn-Perry League players are warming up. Man ager Poffenberger has arranged the following preliminary schedule: April 24, Halifax High School, at home; May 1, at Elizabethville; May 8, JBD JL Glen llfW Urquharts In Patterns If "Just a 0 Little Bit Iff Different" The cloth sensation this Spring is a double plaid called the Glen Urquhart Over Plaid. The popularity of this double plaid has gone to great heights. Many of the patterns are almost too common. We have Glen Urquharts in all wool guaranteed qual ity whose patterns suggest tone and exclusiveness. This is because we are exclusive headquarters >r Styleplus Clothes $17.00 made by the largest users of woolens in the country. Hence confined patterns. The Hub's Special $25.00 we have collected a selection of fabrics that you can not match at a merchant tailor's without paying a "DANDY" price. And don't forget the styling. Both STYLEPLUS and Hub's Special are cut by famous master designers. Get the Habit! Come to the Hub! THE I HUE 320 MARKET STREET Hassler A. C. of Harrisburg at Hilt fax. The league season opens May 22. The association is having the grand stand repaired. The grounds have been put in excellent condition. The line-up of the players includes: James Schroyer, Paul Brown, flauda Ryan, Charles C. Poffenberger, Charles Rutter, Harvey Bowman, Guy Clem son, George Scroyer, Samuel Bowman, Adam Prenzel, John Prenzel, Lloyd Straw, Harry Bowman, Isaac Bowman, Elmer Biever. Harry Orth, Herman Richter and Harvey Baker. WHERE THEY PI/AY SATURDAY Harvard at Columbia. Cornell at Princeton. Yale at Brown. Georgia at Annapolis. Lehigh at West Point. Maine at Wesleyan. Penn at Holy Cross. Gettysburg at Penn-State. Dickinson at Lafayette. Villanova at Lebanon Valley.