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♦FOOTBALL TEAMS WILL GET START SATURDAY WORLD'S SERIES PLANS COMPLETE
PENNSYLVANIA LEADS IN
WORLD'S SERIES PLAYERS;
ILLINOIS STANDS SECOND
Chicago, Sept. 24. Pennsylvania
has the distinction of having the
greatest representation in the base
kail classic tilts year. Ten players
from that State will battle for the
highest honors in baseball, four of
them are members of the Chicago
White Sox. American League pennant
dinners and six members of the Cin
cinnati Reds.
The White Sox manager, William
Gleason, heads the list of Quakers.
Along with the fighting manager is
Eddie Collins, Eddie Murphy, utility
outfielder and pinch hitter, and J.
Erskine Mayer, side-arm pitcher, are
other members from Pennsylvania.
The Reds have two pitchers, Ray B.
Bressler and Ed. Gerner, an outfield
er, & R. Magee. and threl inflelders
—Jacob Daubert. first base; Morris
Rath, second base, and James L.
Smith, third base, as members from
Finn State.
Illinois Is Second
Illinois, where one end of the
premier events will be staged is next
in the list. The Prairie state is rep
resented by seven players, six of
whom are members of the White Sox
and one is on the pay roll of the
Reds. Three of the White Sox live
la Chicago. They are Sullivan. Wea
ver and Gandil. Ray C. Schalk,
heads the list from Illinois for the
White Sox. Along with Schalk is
Byrd Lynn, George Weaver, Arnold
Gandil. alias "Chick," guardian of
the initial sack. Grover Loudermilk,
the elongated right-handed pitcher,
and John H. Sulligan, alias "Lefty,"
a former Chicago semi-professional
twirier, make up the others. H. O.
Kller, who one time was on the
Comiskey payroll, is the only mem
ber from the state of Abraham Lin
coln and Ulysses S. Grant, on the
Cincinnati roster.
Ohio Is Tied
Ohio, where the other end of the
wortld's series will be played is
t:ed with California for third place
in the list of contributing states.
It lays claim to four members. The
Buckeye state Quartet are all mem
bers of the Reds. Henry Groh. star
third baseman and Earle Neale, out
fielder of Cincinnati, and Harry F.
" Slim" Salee, pitcher and Henry W.
Schreiber. utility inflelders.
California is represented with a
split delegation, three of its players
being members of the American
league club and one the National
league aggregation. The trio of Pa
cific coast men are Joseph Jenkins,
catcher; Charles A. Risberg, short
stop; and Fred McMullin, utility in
fit lders. William H. Ruether, for
mer member of the Chicago Nation
als and now one of the "aces" on the
Reds' pitching staff is the other
member from the Golden Gate state.
Michigan and Indiana will be rep
resented by three members each. The
Gopher state delegation is solid for
the White Sox while the Hoosiers go
strong to the Red Begs. Michigan is
the home of Eddie V. Cicotte. Harry
Liebold. alias "Little Nemo." outfield
er and Big Bill James, also hail from
Michigan. Eddie Roush, outfielder
of the Reds. Lewin B. Duncan, an
other outfielder and William A Rar
icien, are tho Hoosiers on the Garry
Herrmann pay roll.
Two states have contributed two
BOXING SHOW
FRIDAY NIGHT—In Chestnut Street Auditorium
WINDUP BOUT, 10 ROUNDS
JACKIE CLARK, of Allen town, A. E. F. Middleweight Champion,
Vs. LEN ROWLANDS, of Milwaukee
SEMI-WINDUP, 8 ROUNDS
JOE McCARRON, of Allentown, Vs. YOUNG ZARING, of Reading
PRELIMINARIES, 6 ROUNDS
NATE ISAACMAN. Harrishnrg, Vs. YOUNG SHTGRUE, Allentown,
and YOUNG HOVERTR and K. O. CASEY, both of Harrisburg
PRICES SI.OO, $1.50 and $2.00
AND WAR TAX
HARRISBURG BOXING ASSOCIATION
CORNELIUS NELLY, CHAS. ETTINGER, DAVID McCONNELL,
President. Talent Searcher. Secretary.
"Hey! Old Timer"
King Oscar
Cigars
are still on the job in the same old
way. Regularly dependable quality.
7c-Worth It
John C. Herman & Co.
Harrisburg
HAVE YOUR
LAWN MOWER
PUT IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE
Hedge Clippers—Grass Shears—Sides apd Edge Tools
Sharpened
All Kinds of Machinery Repaired
FEDERAL MACHINE SHOP
' Court and Cranberry Streets
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
members each. These are Texas and
Massachusetta Richard Kerr, pitch
er. Is the Lone Star state represen
tative on Comisky's club, while A.
Roy Mitchell, also a mound artist, is
the Texas member of the Reds. Mass
achusetts has two veterans of the
game. Patrick Moran, who piloted
the Cincinnati Reds to victory is the
National league representative, while
Jchn "Shano" Collins, outfielder rep
resents the Junior organisation. Ur
ban •Red" Faber, is the lowa repre
sentative in the premier event.
Southern States
Three Southern states will be rep
resented in the series—Georgia. Ken
tucky and South Carolina. The first
named state contributes one member
each to the Reds and White Sox.
Ivy B. Wingo. makes his home in
Georgia, wh;o Claude Williams rep
resents that state on Comiskey's
club. "General" Joe Jackson, of the
White Sox, hails from South Caroli
na. Hervey McClellan. is from Ken
tucky, the home of thoroughbreds.
Vermont uas sent Ral. L. Fisher,
pitcher, to the Reds, and Missouri is
represented on the same club by
"Nick" Allen, catcher and one time
member of the White SoX. New York
state is the home of three of the
participants in the big conflict. James
J. Ring, another New York represen
tative in the series, is one of the
leading twirlers of the Reds and
Charles H. See an outfielder is from
Long Island. a
Connecticut has one representative
on the National league club, William
L. Kopf, the shortstop. Wisconsin,
where numerous White Sox players
have played before coming to Chica
go, claims only one member in the
baseball classic this season. He is
Oscar "Happy" Felsch, star outfield
er of the American league.
The little island of Cuba, where
baseball is becoming the national
game and the place from which sev
eral players have gone into the ma
jor leagues in thia country, will have
its representative in the person of
Adolpho Luque, a pitcher, whose
homs is in Havana. Luque is a mem
ber of the Reds.
Tech Athletes Take Up
Work With College Teams;
Hoerner Joins Harvard
William Hoerner, president of
last spring's graduating class at
Tech, end on the football team, cap
tain of the baseball nine, president
of the Tech Social Dance Club, and
other titles too numerous to mention,
has enrolled at Harvard. With A al
entine Fager of the class of 1915,
' they are the first Tech students ever
to matriculate at Harvard. Young
Hoerner also had as many nick
names, answering either to "Bill,"
"Borax Bill." "Noisy BiU" or "Wil
-1 liam the Silent." He will pursue
a dental course.
Robert Andrews and Donald Tay
lor, Tech graduates of several years
back, have gone to Princeton,
j "Johnny" Beck, forward on last
vear's basketball team, and "Hen"
kohlman of football and basketball
1 fame are at Bethlehem Prep. Beck
is out for an end position, and Kohl
man is at fullback for the Bethle
heraites. They will receive a warm
welcome when Bethlehem comes to
I this city to play Tech, November 8.
SNOODLES .By Hungerford
raFTl —
Voogktta seer L so TOLL w 'h (Of I jIT PRoPfIED (I SPMSB i I Iff 'ljl
I^s&Tr r ) J ) * LpHONSo JSQuekel " \
EDISON PLANS
NOW COMPLETE
New Junior High School Or
ganizes For Athletics;
Elect Officers
The citizens of the Edison com- j
munity have organized an athletic
association. Since it was impossible j
to assemble all the students in one
meeting each class voted during I
their home room activities period, ;
and the results of these various elec- j
tions were added together to deter
mine the final results. All nomina- ;
tions were previously arranged and .
posted by a faculty nominating com- !
mittee composed of Mr. Wallize, !
Miss Burns and Mr. Miller.
The results of the election were
close and In qo ease did the suc
cessful candidate win a large vote
over his nearest competitor. The
highest number of votes lor presi
dent were cast for Clyde Rosenberg
er, section 982. Rosenberger was a
former student at the Lincoln build
ing and was very active in all ath
letic activities of that school. George
Bennett, section BA3, was elected
vice-president. Bennett was a for
mer student of the Woodward build
ing. The secretary-elect Is Miss
Dorothy Long, section 985, and a
former student of Webster building. !
The assistants to the faculty treas
urers are Virginia Lytle. section
983 ,a former student of the Forney
building, and I>aurence Hess, section
985, who was a student at the
"Woodward building last year.
Student Manager
Roswell Lyon, section 984, a for
mer student at the Webster build
ing. was elected student manager of
the football team. While at Web
ster he was prominently Identified
with the athletics of that school.
His assistant will be Harry Huber,
section 885. Huber comes from the
Woodward building. The officers
will serve one semester. All of these
boys are candidates for the football
team.
Miller t* coaching the football
team. His record as a player at
Central High and State and as a
coach at Tech are knewn to the
boys and they are doing their best
to please him and make a record
for Edison. Miller is assisting the
coach. Miller Is a former Forney
football player and has since played
with Albright College and William
son Trades School elevens. Under
his leadership Williamson Trade
had one of her most successful
football seasons.
Faculty Treasurers
Mr. Brunner and Miss Knox have
been appointed faculty treasurers
for the athletic association and are
at present conducting a membership
drive. The class treasurers and sec
retaries are canvassing their home
room sections and reporting the re
sults to the faculty treasurers
through the home room teachers.
A number of the sections are near
[ ing the hundred per cent mark.
After common expenses have been
I deducted the results of this drive
will be divided between the athletic
activities of the boys and girls in
the proportion in which each have
contributed.
The color committee. Miss Julia
Ryan, Miss Jennie Lutz and Mr. Mil
ler, met the representatives of the
various sections. When these dele
gates had all reported it was found
that all but two rooms had in
structed for maroon and white.
Theso colors were then unanimously
adopted as the school colors. This
was a-pretty compliment to the
principal on the part of the students
for the colors of his Alma Mater,
Lafayette, are maroon and white.
Baseball Summary;
Big League Contests
NATIONAL LEAGUE
"Yesterday's Results
Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 3; (first
game).
St. Louis, 6; Chicago, 2; (second
game).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, rain.
New York at Boston, rain.
Other teams not scheduled.
Standing of the Clubs
W. L. Pet
Cincinnati 93 43 .683
New York 81 51 .614
Chicago 74 62 .544
Pittsburgh 70 66 .514
Brooklyn 66 69 .4 88
Boston 54 79 .406
St. Louts 52 82 .399
Philadelphia 40 84 .354
Schedule For To-day
Brooklyn at Philadelphia, two
games.
New York at Boston, two games.
Only games scheduled.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Yesterday's Results
' Boston, at New York. rain.
Other teams not scheduled.
Standing ot the Clubs
W. L. Pet
Chicago 87 48 .644
Cleveland 83 52 .614
New York 74 58 .560
Detroit 75 60 .555
Boston 65 67 .492
St Louis 66 70 .481
Washington 63 84 .317
Philadelphia 36 99 .267
Schedule For To-day
Boston at New York, two games.
St Louis at Chicago.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Only games scheduled.
WOLF A. A. AGAIN WINNER
The River A. C. eleven was defeat
ed by the Wolf A. A. by the score
of 49 to 0 yesterday. Blair, Ferrol
and A. Hummel starred for the win
ners, while Farnum and Casey play
ed well for the losing team.
ELAJRRISBUHG TEtEGKXPH
New Association to
Start With Big Bill
Windup, ten rounds: Jackie
Clark of Allentown, vs. Len Row
lands, of Milwaukee.
Semi-windup, eight rounds:
Joe McCarron, of Allentown, VI
Young Zaring, of Reading.
Second preliminary, six rounds:
"Nate Isaacman, of Harrisburg,
vs. "Kid" Shugrue, of Allentown.
First preliminary, six rounds:
Young Hoverter, of Allison Hill,
Harrisburg, vs. K. O. Casey, of
West End. Harrisburg.
Place where shows will be
held. Chestnut Street Auditor
ium.
Time: Friday, September 26,
8.30 p. m.
Former Mack Star Will
Play Here With Boston;
Mclnnis in the Lineup
|
"STUFFY" McINNIS
Harrisburg fans have seen more
big league teams play this season
than in many seasons past. Mana
ger John Brackenridge of the Klein
Chocolate Company team, says there
are more coming if tho good weath
er holds out. He Is now at work
on plans for a. big game Monday
as a part of the Welcome Home
program. To-morrow the Klein
team will play the Boston Red Sox.
This game is scheduled to start at
3.4 5 p. m. All the big stars will be
in the Boston lineup. Including
"Babe" Ruth, the home run king.
There is much interest in this city
as to whether Ruth will be able to
hit a four bagger. It is the belief
among fans that Ruth hits harder
with a fence in front of him. This
question will be answered to-mor
row.
Other stars will include Hooper,
'"Wally" Schang and "Stuffy" Me-
I Innis. The latter was one of the
Mack stars when the famous Ath'e
tic aggregation was dismantled. Mc
lnnis will be here with the big
bunch to-morrow.
The Klein Chocolate Company's
♦ earn will meet the Washington
American League nine on Btddlc
Field at Carlisle this afternoon at
4.30 o'clock. Blddlc Field Is the
athletic field of Dickinson College,
and there Is ample room for the
large crowd which will witness the
conflict.
Walter Johnson, premier hurler
of the big lexgues, will accompany
the Senators to Carlisle, it has been
announced by Manager John
Brackenridge of Klein.
Jack Coombs Is Shot While
Disputing Right of Way
Palestine, Texas, Sept. 24. —Jack
Coombs, former major league base
ball player, was shot In the leg
while engaged in a dispute over the
right of way on a country road near
here last night. Coombs was driv
ing his car along a narrow road,
cloeely followed by Dan Laroe, a
road contractor, who, according to
Coombs, tried to pass him. Coombs
said he stopped his car and the
quarrel followed.
Laroe asserted his gun was ac
cidentally discharged when be
struck at Coombs as the latter at
tempted to leave his car. Both men
expressed regret over the accident
DUCKPIN STARS
READYFORWORK
League Season Opens Monday
Night on Academy Alleys;
Teams in Form
Bowling in the .Academy Duckpln
League will start Monday September
29. W. E. Rowe has been re-elect
ed president, and M. H. Booke,
secretary and treasurer.
The winning team will get a silver
trophy offered by M. H. Books, and
there will be individual prizes.
There will be fifty players, seventy
five games and three matches each
week.
Teams and Players
The teams have adopted the nick
names of American and National
League baseball clubs. The lineup
of the various teams are as follows:
Olants—W. E. Rowe. C. T. Stull,
H. E. Page, William Collvaris, Cap
tain W. F. Simmons.
Cuba—Charles E. Low, William
Shipley, George Sible L. K. Burger,
Captain John Nunemaker.
Red Sox—Jack Hoffman. Bob
Rugani, Robert Owens. 8. H. Gosnel,
Captain William Worley.
Indians—Dutch Warfel, Jack Wit
mer, William Starry'. H. Martin, Cap
tain L. Fox.
Pirates—Becky Myers, Jack John
son, , Irma Harman, John Sempeles,
Captain James Storm.
Senators —F. W. Kimmel, "Pop"
Miller, Lloyd Bhleids, John Buela,
Captain "Curl" Bamford.
Yankees—Robert Delseroth, A.
Kerson, Ray Harmon, William Hoy,
Captain John Taylor.
White Sox—Joseph Rogers, M.
Fry. Al. Ehling, M. Banks, Captain
E. Smith.
Athletics—George Gordon, C. R.
Denny, H. McDonald, Oscar Howe,
Captain Jomes Herbeln.
Braves—Leo M. Rice, Sol Puglese,
Ross Burd, Tony Margaro, Captain
John Andrews.
HAD IT DC FEE
Visitor (being shown round the
grounds of estate bought by profi
teer) —"That tower, I believe goes
back to William the Conqueror."
Profiteer—"Oh, no, It don't. Pre
bought the lot"—"Blighty" (Lop
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TECH ATHLETES
DEFYWEATHER
Maroon Squad Has Practice
on Soggy Field; First
Game Saturday
The wet weather of Inst evening
kept down the attendance at the
evening scrimmage of the Tech
High football squad. Captain Frank
and Coach Smith were on hand and
ran the players through signals,
while "Tony" Wilsbach was given
plenty of practice kicking goals
from placement and from the field.
The big fullback also practiced goals
after touchdown. Doubtless he will
have plenty of opportunity In the
games this year to kick a great manj
goals after touchdown.
AUcntown First
The team is being primed for
Saturday afternoon when AUentown
High School will visit this city.
Allentown has become a natural
rival of Tech's through being a
member of the Central Pennsylvania
Basketball League. During the past
year Allentown entered one of the
finest High Schools and gymnasiums
in the State. While Tech is sure of
winning. Allentown will without a
doubt give the Maroon warriors a
good run.
After enjoying a fine season of
baseball, local sport followers are
keen for the thud of the pigskin.
Tech will start the season with six
or seven Varsity players in the
lineup frtsn last year's championship
squad.
Liverpool Wants to Play
Game With Strong Team
Liverpool is anxious to play in
Harrlsburg and will meet any team-
West End Is preferred, but any good
team will be considered. It was
planned to have Liverpool take on
the Pennsy Elects, but the latter was
defeated at Liverpool last Saturday.
It wiU not be an expensive attrac
tion as the Liverpool management
would like to have local rans see his
team at work. Liverpool has de
feated the Electa, Shamokin Dam.
Danville, Ickesburg, McAlllsterviile
and other strong teams.
SEPTEMBER 24,1919.
Next Barrett Show to
Have Ten-Round Thriller
in Angelo-Logan Battle
In arranging a ten-round battle
between Billy Angclo and Billy Lo
gan, Manager Joe Barrett Is granting
the requests of many fight fans.
These boys will meet at Olympia A.
C., Steelton, October 1.
These boys fought ttic hardest
kind of a six-round buttle at the
lost Barrett show. York fans will
come to see this show 200 strong.
Barrett is busy arranging three
other bouts, of six rounds each, in
which he says, there will be many
thrills. The following well known
boxers, will be paired with opponents
their equals or better; Young Ful
ATLANTIC
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TO get the greatest gasoline-mileage,
you must use the proper motor oil.
Improper lubrication handicaps a truck
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ATLANTIC
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*Sm Keep Upkeep Down.
ton, Allcntown's best bantam. Jack
Cleaver, Frank Bears coming 160-
pound boy, and Hal Shay, of this
city, whom Barrett predicts a bright
future for.
Out-of-Town Fans Will
See Big Shew in This City
Allentown and Reading fight fans
will come here for the big show Fri
day night at Chestnut street Audito
rium Jackie Clark is a great fav
orite In Eastern Pennsylvania.
There are others on the bill well
known In Reading and Allentown,
and unusual Interest Is manifested
in the outcome of the bouts.
[Other Sport News oil Page 6.]
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