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. HUGE CROWD EXPECTED TO CARRY ON AT TURKEY DAY GAME TWIXT TECH AND STEELTON
Hullabaloo Tomorrow When Boys
Cut Loose New Songs and Yells
There will be a debauch on song
to-morrow, among other features of
the Joy test and Tech's composers
evidently propose to boost their
athletes with hot stuff. With a slam
r % at Steelton's fireworks the jazz band
will lead oft in this, for example:
Steelton won't shine to-night!
Steelton won't shine!
Steelton won't shine to-nlglit!
Steelton won't shine! ,
Steelton won't shine to-night!
Steelton won't shine!
When<the,sun goes down and the
moon comes out,
Steelton won't shine!
Another composer sprayed his ef
fort with some real local color as
every one will testify who has ogled
the Tech huskies at noon hour along
Market street. Sings he:
Well, here we are, well, here we are!
Just watch us rolling up the score.
We'll beat those Steelton bums so
bad.
They'll never want to see us any
more.
We hope and trust in Technical
High;
Just watch us rolling up the score.
Well, here we are, well, hero we are!
This certainly looks gloomy for
George Cockill's huskies, but don't
forget that Bethlehem expected to
win the baseball pennant:
More work for the undertaker.
Another little Job for the cablnet
* maker.
Hang out the crepe, sing high mass,
Bury them under the Island grass,
No hope for Steelton.
There is a certain calm and poise
about the Steelton ihelody which
may bide ill for the rollicking confi
dent Techs. Sure that they won't
give up, their balladist sings:
(Tune: It's A Way Wo Have At i
Lineup and Statistics of
Tech-Steelton Players
STEELTON STATISTICS
Yrs. on
No. Name — ■ Weight. Age. Tin.
2 W. Weuseliinski. . 147 17 3
4 G.'Dundoff 146 20 2
6 Chas. Sellers 128 16 1
8 G. Tuptanoski ... 130 17 1
10 Hale Sharosky ... 153 20 3
13 Edwin Bennet ... 130 16 1
14 Chas. Isenberg... 125 16 1
16 Samuel Buccerle. 145 19 1
18 Marlean Day ..*..140 16 1
20 Carl Hess 140 18 1
22 Cornelius Dailey. 155 16 1'
24 James Roth 143 14 1
26 Ward Daron .... 135 16 1
28 Nathan Yoftee .. 130 16 1
30 E. McLaughlin... 123 18 1
32 John Auman .... 150 16 1
34 Harry Proud .... 120 18 1
36 Fred Knuth 130 16 1
Steel ton High
IH. C. Frey, faculty athletic di
rector.
Hale Sharosky, manager.
George Dundoff, assistant manager.
George Cockill, coach.
I
THE LINEUP
Stcelton 1 Technical
Xante Pos'n No. i Name — Pos'n No.
Bennett LE. 12 Hoerner .. L.E. 7
Buccerie L.T. 16iPeiffer ~5
Roth .'. ?i LG. 5
Sharosky c - on ' ? ♦ t> rs \
H, .. R.G. 20 Lauster R.G. 3
Dailey" R- T - Frank R.T. 23
p roU( j R.E. 34 Kohlman R.E. 27
Selclrs Q-B. 6 . Ebner (C.) Q.R. 1
Dundoff L.H. 4 Lingle L.H. 17
Tuptanoski R.H. 8j C. Beck ?; •
Weuschlnskl (C.) ... F.B. 2 I YVilsbach F.B. 19
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ARRESTED FOR TRYING TO
GET LIBERTY MOTOR PLAN'S
Chicago, Nov. 27. —Letters inter
cepted by the federal authorities led
to the arrest yesterday of Ira J.
O'Malley, an automobile motor en
gineer with offices in Chicago, on
charges of having tried to obtain
plans of the Liberty motor by bribing
an employe of a Detroit automobile
company.
REACH GERMAN FRONTIER
I'ari*. Nov. 27.—The French armies,
marching through Luxemburg, yes
terday reached the German frontier
east of Weiswampach and Heiner
scheid. according to the war office
announcement to-night. At Redange.
in Luxemburg, a hearty reception was
extended by the municipality to the
commander of the 48th Division when
It entered the town.
Play Safe-
Stick to
KING
OSCAR
CIGARS
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Because the quality is as good as ever it
was. They will please and satisfy you
* 7c—worth it
JOHN C. HERMAN & CO.
Makers\
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WEDNESDAY EVENING HARRIsmmG CFIS&J TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 27, 1918.
School)
O, when our team you meet, sirs;
You surely will be beat, sirs;
For we won't stand defeat, sirs;
Our minds are set to win:
Our minds are set to win;
Our minds are set to win;
Our beys can hold the ball, sirs;
They won't let Steelton fall, sirs;
They won't give Bp at all. sirs;
Until this game tye win.
In its yells Stetlton shows more
vigor, leaning, us it were, to sub
stantial eatables which, to be sure,
build up the demon athlete. How's
this:
Vevo, vivo, vevo, vivo vevo-to-boom
Boom get a rat trap, bigger than a
cat trap
Boom get a rat trap, bigger than a
cat trap
Cannonball, cannonball, sls-boom
bah
Steelton High School, Rah, Rah,
Rah.
Bean soup, bean soup, pumpkin pie,
Auch du Lieber, Steelton High.
Eat 'em up, Eat 'em up, Eat 'em up
again
S-TEE-L-T-ON
Boom! chick-a-boom!
Boom! chick-a-boom!
Boom! chick-a-booin!*
Boom! Boom! Boom!
Tech has devised half a dozen ear
splitting slogans and no doubt her
shouters will have an advantage in
numbers.
We're out for gore.
We're out for gore.
WE'RE OUT FOR GORE.
Let 'er go.
Let 'er go.
LET 'ER GO.
TECH! TECH! TECH!
Rah Bluey! Rah Bluey!
Tech High! Chop Suey!
Atta Kid! Lifta Lid!
Rah-h-h-h
I TECH! TECH! TECH!
TECH STATISTICS
11 Y rs. on
[ No. Name — Weight. Age. Tm.
;j 1 Ebner (C.) 75 IS 3
3 Laustcr 172 19 4
5 Poifer ... .* 165 17 2
7 Hoerner 147 18 3
9 Bell 138 18 3
11 Conner 155 17 1
,13 Bihl 160 16 2
!15 C. Beck 16g 19 3
!17 Lingle 14S IS 3
19 Wilsbach 181 17 3
'>2l Hinkle 135 18 1
23 Frank 168 17 3
25 Arnold 170 17 2
27 Kohlman 153 18 2
29 Emanuel 139 16 1
31 Maliek 15 18 1
33 Garrett 162 17 1
35 F. Beck 190 17 1
27 J. Beck 132 18 1
PERSONNEL OF STAFF
Tech High
Percy L. Grubb, faculty athletic di
rector.
William Fortna, manager.
Louis Snyder, assistant manager.
i Paul C. Smith, coach.
J. F. Rees. faculty advertising and
i finahcial director of football games.
The Agricultural Wages Board, es
tablished for England and Wages un
der the corn production act of 1917,
have given notice that they propose
to fix minimum time rates of wages
for male workers of 18 years of age
and over in Norfolk and in North
amptonshire on the basis of a mini
mum rate of 30s ($7.30).
There were 11,601 more persons em
plo'yed in the principal factories of
the Netherlands on May 1. 1917, than
on May 1, 1914. For every 100 work
ers in 1914 there were 20 female
workers and In 1917, 23.
Piles Cured In U to 14 Days
Druggists refund money If PAZO
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i Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
, Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals.
You can get restful sleep afttfr the
I first application. Price 60c.
with. rdg. matter, tf.
SNOODLES By Hungerford.
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Splendid. Sport For Turkey Day at the Island Tomorrow When the
Champion Technical High Meets Steelton High in Annual Battle
: ■ ' ■ ' . ■: ■: :
MANAGER SHAROSKY
Of Steelton, Three Y"ears With Team
and Its Speed Marvel.
a • CAPTAIN EBNER
"Eb" or "Ggp" of Tech.
Harrisburg and Steelton should
turn out en masse to-morrow at the
biggest outdoor event our community
will have the pleasure of witnessing
this fall. In the first place, it will be
an encouragement to the expansion
of school activities, an element in na
tional development which from now
on will demand more and more con
cern from the public. BotI) the
schools represented in thlir contest
are modern, progressive and toeing
the mark with progress. The parent
must rely on these Institutions for
tutelage; every one of the school's
activities is of personal interest to
the native HarriSburger. Both
schools can use any extra coin which
happens to be on hand after all ex
penses are deducted, and surely the
rates of admission are not exorbitant.
Adults may get seating accommoda
tion for 55 cents, tickets being on
sale Harry Messersmith's, In Mar
ket street, and school folks pay only
30 cents.
An advantage to these coupons
bought in advance is that the visitor
need not wait in the long lino but
be admitted immediately. It should
be noted that the Park Department
found It necessary to eliminate all
motorcars from the field, so that mo
tor folks should park their machines
back of the grandstand and then oc
cupy either covered stands or bleach
ers. An additional bleacher is now
erected where the cars used to park.
Having made a record of the most
successful football team in this state
or any other, Tech goes Into the fraw
a favorite, and experts cannot see
how Steelton has a chance. But
George Cockill has the reputation of
suddenly producing a dark horse at
unexpected moments and many
Steelton rooters look for him to
score, certainly, and perhaps glv
STEELTON HIG H SCHOOL TEAM
'* *♦• -* ■ -- ~ . *' . ' " "*. * ■' v '. T', v ; iv*:
Tech the hard battle she has been
longing for all season.
On other years this annual turkey
day game was played with Central
High and the Tech chronicler tells
' to-day.
"Fourteen years ago the whole
student body of the Technical High
school, less than 100 boys, traveled
over to the island to see our first
team battle with the Central High
school pigskin warriors. This was our
first real battle and also defeat. Ev- ,
ery thanksgiving Day since 1905 the
Central and Tech teams have met in
the annual football classic of Har
risburg. In the early years of Tech's
history the student body was small
•and as a result the teams were too
weak to hold the boys representing
the older instltption.
"In 1913 Tech held a great cele- ,
bration. Our team held Central to I
an 0.-0 score. In 1914 we celebrated
our first great victory. Tech won •
by a score of 19 to 12. On Thanks- ,
giving day, 1915, we went into
mourning. Central treated us rough. ,
At the end of the fray the score j 1
board showed Central with 34 points I.
and Tech with 0. But think of last ! j
year. "Oh, boy, aiNt it a grand and'i
glorious feeling?" Central o,andii
Tech 64. Oh, well, the Central girls j;
cheering for Harrisburg to-day. I
So .let's smile and be happy. I
"The worthy gentlemen at 221 1
Chestnut street, who handle the des
tinies of our school affairs, deeidecf
that Central should becomd a girl's
school. We never did think much of
the fellow who would fight with ;
young ladles and much less of\ the'
fellow who would charge admission i
to such a battle; so the annual clas- i
sic became a thing of the past. With
all respect to our new rivals, there :
is considerable regret in our hearts |
and —we feel sure —in the hearts of
veall the people of Harrlßburg. Thanks-:
• \
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
giving really seems different.
"Nineteen eigliten presents a new
battle. It is no longer Harrisburg
vs. Harrisburg, but Steelton vs. Har
risburg. Our experience has been
that when Steelton comes to town
there is sure to be a real fight on
the gridiron. The Steelton teams
have always known football dnd that
'is what the people want to see.
| Here's to the best team and may
you all enjoy your turkey."
Tarsus Will Be Busy
as a Barefoot Boy
in Bumblebee's Nest
To-morrow will "be a busy day for
the athletes of the Tarsus school of
gynjnastics. The football team will |
play the Lewistown High school at
Lewistown, while the busketball
team will Journey to Burnham to
open their season.
The football squad has been prac
ticing hard for the game to-morrow.
They have had a very successful sea
son on the gridiron, having won four
games and losing two. A long signal
practice was held last evening un
der the direction of Manager
Schrcadley. The foltowing players
will be in the squad to-mOrrow:
Krebs, Williams, Earp, Holahan,
Downey, Marks, Scfireudlcy, Euker,
Lick, Fetrow, Laughery und Cap
tain ileck.
The basketball squad will Journey
to Bjurnham for the purpose of
avenging last year's 36-21 defeat.
Four of last year's players ore left
and a fast aggregation will be played
in the cage. "The players have been
practicing hard for the last two
weeks under tho direction of Mana
ger Holahan. The basketball squad
will accompany the football squud ta
Lewistown and go to Burnham by
•r • w
street car from there. The follow- |
' lng players will go: Holahan, Meek,
t Laughery, Fetrow and Long.
Basketball and Dancing
at Chestnut Street
Tomorrow Night
The St. Elizabeth club of Phila
delphia will be the attraction at
Chestnut Street Auditorium Thanks
giving night. St. Elizabeth is the
only club that defeated the local
, Independents twice In two games
' played last season. The team Is |
, practically the same as last yeah j
> Several Eastern League stars will,
j be in their lineup, including Jimmy !
Brown, of the Camden Eastern j
League team; MacGreager and 1
Campbell, who were sterling guards ]
on the old Jasper Eastern League ;
club; Moorhead, who jumped cen-1
ter for DeNeri will be in the pivot j
position for the visitors.
Vhe local team is practicing hard I
for this game as it is one of the!
hardest on their schedule. The dec- |
orations in the auditorium will be 1
up for the game this Thursday, j
Danqjng will immediately follow the 1
game. The lineup:
St. Elizabeth. Independents.
Brown, f. N. Ford, f.
Lennox, f. Beck, c.
Moorhead, c. ' Liiigle, f.
Campbell, g. O. Ford, g.
MacGreagor, g. Gerdes, g.
SLAVS PROCLAIM UNION
Copenhagen, Nov. 27.—An assetn- i
bly of representatives of all the south j
Slav parties at Agram Saturday pro- ;
claimed a union of all the south Slav j
districts of Austria-Hungary and j
Serbia and Montenegro,
. "V. ',
CAPTAIN WUESCHINSKI
Of Steelton, Third Year With Team.
WILLIAM H. FORTNA
"Bill," Manager of Tech 'Varsity
Team, Member of Class of 1919
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Harrisburg Telegraph
WITH THE BOWLERS
There was some hot contests at
the Academy alleys last evening,
Pershing edging out the Generals
by three points. The totals were:
GENERALS
Rowe 83 117 131— 331
Smith ...... 123 86 125—334
Lowe 127 129 143 409
Gilbert 97 103 111— 311
Kinley 143 113 158 — 414
Totals 573 54 8 678—1799
PERSUINGS
Bobb 70 91 125 — 286
James 150 150 150 — 450
Jacobs 98 99 137 334
Johnson 131 115 108—354
Hargest .... 126 126 126—'378
Totals.... 575 581 646 —1802
MAJORS
Sol 118 138 114— 370
Eshclman .. 93 114 128— 335
Sible 104 111 124 339
J. Harmon ... 116 110 125 351
Worley .... 146 163 140— 449
Totals 577 636 631—1844
PRIVATES
Storm 115 184 1 68— 467
Magan 80 116 113— 309
Harrow 103 7 7 102— 282
. Grimes 130 119 88— 337
Banks 147 153 183 — 453
Totals 575 649 654 —1878
STANDING OP TEAMS
W. 1,. POT.
Captains 5 1 .833
Privates 4 2 .667
Generals 3 3 .500
Sergeunls 3 3 .500
Lieutenants 3 3 .500
Pcrshings 3 3 .500
Majors 2 4 .333
Corporals ' 1 5 .167
At the Boyd Memorial alleys the
McCormlcks turned up their toes
to the Dull team, as follows:
DULL TEA.M
Cook 131 158 149 438
Ellis 162 177 165 — 504
Harper 112 103 106— 321
Slacker 91 170 152—413
Wagner 128 159 153—440
Totals .... 624 767 725—2116
McCORMACK'S
Myers 172 154 144 470
Snyder 173 128 132 433
Brink 115 112 91— 318
Wallower ... 120 116 142 378
Muck 123 99 83— 305
Totals ..'.>708 619 592 —1909
At Leonard's the Purchasing
chaps put it over Open Hearth to
this tune:
OFEJf HEARTH
Essig 178 120 133 431.
Albini 153 120 ' 120— 392
Douglass .... 129 134 129 392
Zerlu 130 129 165 424
McGuire 131 136 144 411
Total 721 639 691—2051
PURCHASING DEPT.
Falk 144 130 115 — 389
Irwin 169 151 186— 506
Harms 152 142 133 427
Snyder 110 135 120— 365
Stauffer 179 156 156 — 491
Total 754 714 710—2178
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W. 1,. PCT.
Accounting 6 3 .667
Purchasing ...',4.. 7 $ .583
Open Hearth 6 6 .500
Sales 2 7 .2T2
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