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Don't do a flivver at the bar-rail. All the bloods in the city have steered °f doubt and now rap on the ma hogany for Moroney's Army and Navy. It has run like a throughbred all season. Put your fifteen cents down on it and are sure to win. Why is this bottle populating every drink bazaar in the city? Answer, it's the people, | 1 kroner's Amy ted Nsvy Whiskey is oa sale at all first-class bars aid cafes HANLEN BROTHERS j w^mmmm—mmamDl?T t ?ir";~ r ~T rc/? HHaMaaH J NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD CREEKS WIN THE ACADEMY MEET IN UPHILL FICHI Take Final Event and Close With Two- Point Margin—Krall and Bennett Tie For Individual Honors—Will Get Gold Medals So close was the annual indoor meet of the Harrisburg Academy in Chestnut street auditorium last evening that it required the final event for a decision the Greeks winning that event copped the meet with a two-point margin., the litial score being. Greeks 63; Ro mans 61. It was an uphill fight, the Romans leading most of the time by a few points. More than five hundred were present and it was the most successful meet in the history of these in-door | £itmes. Two gold medals will be aiwarded to Krall and Bennett, both of whom tied up for individual honors at 9 points. These men were stars of the meet al though their team, the Romans, was defeated. George A. Shreiner clearing ( the bar in the high jump at four feet. [ seven and one-half inches, set up a new! record for the lower form. Jesse Krall ! broke the high jump record for the up per form and Bubv Bennett bettered the former pole vault record by making eight feet, six inches. Event I—Spring board jump; Frank Neuman. Romans: second. Oameron Oox, Greeks; third, Disbrow Lloyd. Greeks: height, 4 feet, 7 inehes. Event 2 of-war, Romans wou. Event 3—High jump: Gantcliffe Jay, Greeks: second, William Ennis. Ro-' mans: third time betrwee* Paul Englanif and William Galbraith, both Romans: height, 4 feet. 4 inches. Event 4 —Spring board jump: Wil liam Ennis, Romans; second, Paul Eng land. Romans; third, Gantcliffe Jiv, Greeis: height, 6 feet. 10 inche*. Event s—High jump: George A. Shreiner, Greeks; second, John Les cure, Greeks: third. Robert Stewart. Romans: height. 4 feet. 7 1-2 inches. Event 6—Thirty-five yard dash: ; Gant<kliffe Jay, Greeks: second. William Ennis. Romans: third. William Benne thum, Romans. Time, 5 seconds. Event 7—Tugof-war. Greeks won. Event S—Pass back, Romans won. Event 9—Spring board jump; Rob Jefferson Old Storage ; Corn Whiskey i Finest Virginia Made Corn Whiskey i The Drink ol the Souths Gentleman. It Has the Tang That Delights. TO YOUR HOME i Four Quarts or One Gallon $4.00 : Express Prepaid. JEFFERSON L j! PETERSBURG, VA. ' VIRGINIA'S BEST MAIL ORDER HOUSE ASK FOR-* Lancaster's Favorite Brew RIEKER'S BEER JNO. G. WALL, Agt. Harrisburg, Pa. Frank J. Rieker, Mgr. v • » \ ! i ert Stewart. Romans; second, William j ' Lescure. Greeks; third, tie between, John Lescure and George Shreiner, both|, Greeks: height, 7 feet, 6 inches. Event 10—Thirty-five yard dash: | John M. Lescure, Greeks; second. Mil- j ton Strouse, Greeks; third. William McCaleb, Romans: time, 4 1-4 seconds. ' Event 11—Elephant race: won by , Henry Ferbor and Frank Neuman, both , Romans. ! t Event 12—High jump: Jesse Krall, j • Romans; second, Raymond Holmes, j] Greeks; third, Ruby Bennett, Romans; I height. 5 feet, 1 inch. | ] Event 13—Thirty-five yard dash: j r Raymond Holmes, Greeks: second, Rob- | ert Seitz, Greeks; third, Jesse Krall, i« Romans: time, 4 seconds flat. | ; Event 14—Pole vault: Ruby Ben- : ] nett, Romans: second, tie between Jesse! Krall. Romans. aßd Charles Dunkle,! Greeks; height, 8 feet, 6 inches. Event 15—One-half mile run: Wal-j] ter White, Greeks; second, Ruby Ben-; nett, Romans; third, Jesse Krall, Ro- \ mans; time, 2.51. j Event 16—Curving colors. Won by j Greeks. < EX i'ECT JOHN SOX'S KETIRN ji ! i Pugilist Liable to AppeaT in Chicago f Any Minute, Says Attorney Chicago. Feb. 20. —-It was reported in the Federal building yesterday that | f Jack Johusou. world's champion pugi- v list, utider sentence for violating the x Maun act. might appear here in a few f days. District Attorney Clyne was uon- i committal, iu his comment on the rumor. "I would not be surprised if John-1 sou should step into my otiiee any min- ' ute." said the Federal prosecutor, who j immediately declined to say whether he had been informed that Johnson would s return to Chicago. Two indictments under the Mann act 1 arc pending against Johnson in addi tion to the convinetion in the Bell! Schreiber case in which he forfeited j 5 his bond by going to Europe. Oeorge Goes to Kansas City ! } York. Feb. 20.—Lefty George, the! \ ork twirler. has reconsidered his plans! . and has accepted his release to Kansas < itv. He will go to the Missouri club, j but will retain his old Toledo contract,; ' which liiiiils the Cleveland management \ , to pay him to the end of the 1916 sea- , son. which is the biggest outside of the i , major leagues. j , HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1915. mm m CENTRAL HIGH 88 HOME FLOOR Bote's Field oGel u WkWto Blows Not Allowed and G*me Ooos Extra Five Minutes—Harriaburf Berate Win Dual Contest Steelton won from Harrisburg Central io Felton hall, Stwltou, last eveniug bv a wore of 32 to 18, au extra five-minute period of play beiug required to decide ttfie contest. The local team was hampered bv the ab sence of Ford, the fast forward. Winn was shifted to Ford's position and Houtz jumped to center tor the locals. The game was featured by close guarding and the Harrisburg forwards were given the opportunity for but two field goals. Rote made his second one just as the whistle blew for the end of the contest and it was not allowed. This point would have won the game for Central. In the extra ;>eriod Steelton drew away. The line-up: Central! Steelton. Rote F llartman Winn F Starasinic Houtz C Crump Reed G Gardiner Bingham G Diivhoff Field goals, Central. Rote, 1; Winn, 1. Steelton, Brandt. 3; Crump. 1; Day hofl', 2. Foul goals. Central, Winn, 15 of 30; Stelton, Dayhoflf, S iff 14. Ref tree. Taggert. S -orer, Newubker. Timer, Hamer. Time of halves, 20 minutes. The Central scrubs defeated the Steelton scrubs iu the dual attraction, by the score of 19 fo 15. Both teams had difficulty in making field goals. Wal lower and Coleman flayed splendid games. The line-up: Central Scrubs. Steltou Svrubs. Wallower F Coleman Ra; p F Morette Saunders ...... .C. .. . Breckenridge Zeigler 0 Levitz 1 Hall G Wisninski . Field goals, Central, Wallower, 3: j Rapp, 3; Saunders, 3. Steelton, Cole man. 3: Breikenridge. 1; Wishinski, 2.' Foul goals. Central. Wallower. 1 of 8; : Melton, Coleman, 3 of 11. Referee. Moiles. Scorer, Newbaker. Timer. I Hamer. Time of halves, 20 minutes. I READING HERE TUESDAY Eastern Leaguers Will Meet Harrisburg Independents The Reading Eastern League team will plav the Harrisburg Independents in Chestnut street auditorium on Tues day night. This will be one of the best games of the season. Reading is second in the Eastern League and has been playing wonderful ball and is consider ed one of the fastest fives in Pennsyl vania, having won nearly all their ex- i hibition games. Beggs and Gaul will look after the forward positions. Sears and Morris will guard and Hagherty will play cen ter. The game will be called at S I o'clock anil the doors opened one hour earlier. The usual dance will follow i the game. HASSETT CLUB LOSES Lancaster Wins Before Large Crowd in Cathedral Hall The Lancaster five defeated the Has- j sett Club on the Cathedral hall floor! last evening by the score of 41 to 30, putting up a sensational game before a large crowd. MeCurdv and Ed. Sourbier led jn thej scoring for the local team, while Weit zel and Hinnenkamp played good guard- ' ing games. Diehl. the tall center of the visitors, scored more than one-half of Lancaster's points. The line-up: Hassett Club. Lancaster. El. Sourbier F. . '. Rauck MeCurdv F. . . . Nightingale Ed. Sourbier C Diehl \N eitzel G Jones Hinnenkamp G Shaub ' Field goals. El. .Sourbier. 5; Me- ; < urdv. Weitzel, Hinnenkam . Ranck, 5; Nightingale. 2; Diehl, 2: Shaub, 3. Foul goals. Diehl. 17 of 18; McCurdy, 12 of 13. Referee, White. Scorer. Ma lonev. Tinier, Heimenz, of Lancaster, i Time, 20-miuute halves. VICTORY FOB M. E. CLUB Neidig Memorials Fall Before Fast Harrisburg Five The Methodist Club defeated the strong Neidig Memorials at Oberlin last night in an interesting game, score 26 to 13. Osman anil Gerhart played best for the locals. Flickinger and Rudv j starred for the Methodist Club. The line-up: Neidig. Methodist. Nunemaker F Crane' Gerhart F Rudy L. Aungst <' Flickinger! Osman G .. Belli E. Aungst G Kren>ps! Substitutions. Graybill for Rudy, i "Blessing for Flickinger. L. Aungst for ! E. Aungst, E. Aungst for L. Aungst.) Field goals, Gerhart. 2; Osman. 2; S. Aungrt, 1; Crane., 1; Rudy, 3; Flick inger, 4; Bell, 1; Graybill, 1; (Blessing, 1. Foul goals, Flickinger, 4; E. Aungst, 2; L. Aungst, 2; Nunemaker, 1. Ref-, eree, Wise. Seorer, Winn. Timer, 'Ben- > nett. Time of halves, 20 minutes. M. 8. STEWART HIGH GUN Wins Shoot At Fourth and Division Streets Thursday M. S. Stewart, of West Fairview, j was high gun at Fourth and Division streets Thursday afternoon, breaking, 46 out of 50 targets. The score: M. S. Stewart, 46; W. A. Miller, 30; Wagner. 36; W. E. Hoover, 35; Hoff man, 21-, Eisenhour, 19; Sebold, 18; | Martin, 17; Pomraining, 12; ] Ray Stew- , art, 10. YOU'RE going to want a new Spring hai one of these days- Well, this time, let it be a hat that will not need a word of ex planation—in short a Stetson. This exclusive hat store is headquarters for Stet sons. Piek yours to-day. POULTOM * 5 N. THIRD ST. •WHERE THE STYLES OKIGINATE" Bi>\V.MXG RESULTS PINE STREET LEAGUE Dull das; wins at Bonnvmead— ! HELEN BOYD DULL ip, ltes 171 169 149 489 u'ov 103 160 171— 434 Burner ... 133 14fi _ 4(J2 R. Cook .. 159 122 132 413 Shkor 132 150 192 474 I Tofnls . . 698 754 790—2272 BENJ. WHITMAN j Rich wine .. 131 93 122 396 ; Briokley .. 152 151 144 447 DeHart ... 106 106 127 339 Merner ... 124 167 123 414 j Atkinson . . 144 147 159 450 ! Totals .. 657 664 675—1996 ELKS' LEAGUE ; Athletics beat Little Peps— LfTTLE PEPS Knnis .... 167 127 137 431 Tausig ... i 9 o 14; , 126 _ 465 Williams .. 15S 132 1 14— 404 ; Reed ..... 157 i 2l 12«— 4 04 Brackeundge 137 205 163 505 Totals .. 811 732 666—2209 ATHLETICS 'Lewis 155 167 15S— 480 Joues .... 166 199 151— 316 Fhckinger . 173 120 146—439 |Wrber 15S 154 178— 490 Totals . 816 793 518—2427 CASINO INDEPENDENTS j Cardinal si top Ideals— jDKALS. S. Weber .. 161 135 132 42S ! Snyder ... 136 210. 183— 529 1 lopwood v. 171 155 139 — 465 H. Haines . 119 161 195 475 1 Totals .. 721 818 796—2335 CARDINALS : Leaman .. 125 160 201— 486 Norris 12b 131 126 382 Arnsberger. 201 148 169 518 Aehenbach. 190 201 IS4 575 Wagner ... 171 161 153 485 Totals .. 812 801 S33 —2446 | Nobles win easily— ORIOLES J Eisenhart . 196 172 156 524 MacDonnld. 138 135 194 467 jC. Martin . 173 170 12S— 471 Cunningham 167 196 190— 553 Fletcher .. 191 147 120— 458 i Totals .. 865 820 788—2473 NOBLES i Kozcl 153 182 157 492 I Lightner .. 180 170 169 519 Boas 146 177 167 490 Schmidt .. 133 158 178— 469 Shooter ... 19ft 189 228 607 Totals .. SO2 876 899—2577 HOLTZMAN LEAGUE | Fedf have easy time— NATIONALS | Farver ... 110 125 77 312 Kimmel ... 109 118 87— 314 ' Thome ... 91 89 90— 270 | Johnson'... 83 82 90— 255 ! Dennis 88 89 85— 262 Totals .. 481 503 429—1413 FEDERALS Barber ... 149 89 150— 388 3l all 87 116 117— 320 ; Rapp 88 112 111— 311 Oipe 77 87 96 260 : Banks 80 92 96 268 Totals .. 481 496 570—1547 1 Cubs and Braves win— CCBS ; Black 76 94 108 —278 Gross 112 114 106—332 Totals ... 188 208 214—610 PIRATES Shelley .... 81 83 80—244 Grimes 63 143 113—319 Totals ... 144 22*6 193—563! BRAVES ■ Potteiger ... 153 131 141—425 ! Me Near 126 174 146—446, Totals ... 279 305 287—871 GIANTS I Beaver .... 156 136 155—447 i Westfall ... 11l 97 126—334 Totals ... 267 233 281—781 P. B. B. Y. M. C. A. LEAGUE j Giants have big margin— GIANTS | Martin 170 194 213 577 Smith .... 137 143 123—» 403 j Saul 166 130 152 448 Black 180 205 151— 53ft Myers 151 226 180— 557 Totals .. 804 898 819—2521 BARONS Starr 143 141 167 451 Ellis 153 110 122 385 Davis 157 145 169 471 Poffenberger 180 146 146 472 Fordney . . 100 169 189— 548 Totals .. 823 711 793—2327 SEEKING A FEDERAL CLUB 851 THOMAS rrOLET BHSSSHBV Ruinor has It that Former Sheriff "•Tom" Foley and "Chief Bill' Devery will soon purchase a controlling inter est In one of the Federal League clubs, i Devery was at one time half owner of U» l'aakees, in the American League. HOW THE BOWLERS STAND Pine Street League W. L Pet. Mrs. H. B. Dull 14 4 .778 Mrs. H. B. McCormick.. 13 8 .619 Frank Palmer 7 11 .389 Benj. Witman 2 13 .133 Elks' League W. L. Pet. Athletics 27 12 .692 Braves 26 13 .667 Waps 25 14 .641 Artisans 18 21 .462 Little 'Peps 13 26 .333 Feds 8 31 .205 Casino Independents W. L Pet. Nobles 14 7 .666 Ideals IJ. 10 .524 Orioles 11 10 ,524 Superiors lO'll .476 Alpines 9 12 .429 I Cardinals S 13 .381 Holtzman League ,W. L Pet. Americans 28 17 .623! Federals 26 19 .678 Nationals 22 20 .524 Tri-Staters 23 22 .511 Casino League W. L. Pet. Alphas 34 23 .595 Senators 29 28 .509 Orpheums 27 27 .500 Monarchs io 26 .490 Nationals 26 31 .456 \ Colonials 24 30 .444 j P. B. B. Y. M. C. A. League W. L Pet. Federals 31 14 .688 1 Senators 25 20 .555 Eagles 24 21 .533 Bisons 24 21 .533 Giants 23 22 .511 Barons 20 25 .444 i Athletics 20 25 .4 44 I Braves 13 22 .288 I Gettysburg Beats Bucknell Gettysburg, Pa. teb. 20. —Gettys-i, burg met Bucknell yesterday afternoon and won by the score of 54 to 29. The lineup: Gettysburg. Bucknell. Mahaffie F Brenner j Williams F Garner \ Campbell C A . Musser | Ikeler G Gdaniac I Turnbull G Banham Field goals, Brenner, 7; Garner, 2; Gdaniae, Murray, 2; Campbell, 9; Wil liams, 4; Ikeler, 4; Mahaffie, 3; Turn bull. Foul goals, Mahaffie, 12 out of 21; Garner, 5 out of 19. Referee, Taggert. Time, 20-minute halves. Lebanon Valley Girls Triumph Annville, Pa., Feb. 20. —The girls' varsity basketball team, of Lebanon Valley College won its first home game of the season last evening by defeating : the girls' division of the Hassett Club, of Harrisburg, 14 to 10. Lebanon Valley. Hassett Club. Holtz F Burns Hershey F Sweeney M. Engle C Elsheid R. Engle G Cashman Baehman O McCarthy Field goals, Miss M. Engle, 2; Miss Hershey, 2; Miss Boltz, Miss Elsheid, Miss Cashman Foul goals, Miss Burns, 4; Miss Hershey, 4. Referee. Wheeler. s Time, 20-minute halves. Central Grammar Wins Central Grammar of Steelton, won j | from Lincoln Grammar last night, score : 42 to 27. The line-up: Steelton. Lincoln 1 Snell . . ... F Mutzabaugh ! Krout F Ebert MoCaulley C Malick Bebman G Frank Jones G Fetrow Field goals, Krout, 3; McCaulley, 5; Beliman, 4} Mutaabaiugh, 3; Ebert, Malick, 2; Frank, 5; Fetrow. Foul goals, Snell, 4; Mutzabaugh, 2; Fet row, I. Time, 20-minute halves. Beading Elks to Bowl Here A bowling team of Elks from the Harri«4>urg lodge will meet the Reading Elks on the alleys in tiie local club bouse, March 6. It wi'll be the first of a series of three matches. CJgCHfCTEJRLSWLIS ' A special event at our store Come and have a good time WE'VE set Washington's Birthday apart foy the display of the new Indian models— spic and span machines right out of their crates. Lots doing February 22nd. Our headquarters will be a clubroom for all the boys on this date. Join in. Meet all the motorcycle men. Hear some ripping good motorcycle talk. See the Nine Big Innovations which the Indian introduces for 1915. They represent all the real motorcycle progress for the coming year. You won't be posted unless you see them. Come any time, day or evening. Bring as many friends as you like. Plenty of fun at any hour. Remember the date~ February 22nd, Washington's Birthday West End Electric and Cycle Co. Local Dealer 236 MACLAY STREET HARRISBURG, PA. ; i BOXING AT YORK Barrett Has Arranged Show for Wash ington's Birthday Joet Barrett, the Baltimore boxing! promoter, has arranged nuother first ; class card for Monday night, at the State Armory, in York. The doiuble windup should furnish the fans some rare cleverness as well as slugging. yhe men are paired as follows: Jim my Cross, the Southern bantam cham pion, will meet Tommy Lee, the mu«h touted Philadelphia bantam wiho is aft er a crack at Kid Williams; Prank I Hunter, the colored lightiyeig'ht cham pion of the world, will dash with Black j Gunboat Smith, of Washington, who j has not lost a battle in over forty. GRAYSTOCK GAME TO-NIGHT Fast Philadelphia Eastern Leaguers to Play Here Graystock Eastern League team in | vaiies Harrisburg to-night and the Har rislmrg Independents will have another hard game. The doors of Chestnut street auditorium will be opened at 7 o'clock in order to handle the crowd and extra sea tings have been arranged. The usual dance will follow the game. The lineup: Graystock. Independents. j Sugarman F Rote I Wilson P Fortt j Lawrence C Geisel IMc Williams G ....... McCord | Cashmere G MoOonnell Reading High, .13; Harrisburg Tech, 31 Reading, Pa., Feb. 20.—.Playing a superior floor game, Reading High de feated Harrisburg Tech here last night, 53 to 31. Reading. Harrisburg. Wilson F Melville Wendler F Yoder Gaenzle C Emanuel ' Dietrich G Scheffer ! Schweimler .... G . Beck Field goals, Snyder, 3; Wendler, 5; Schweimler, Dietrich, 3; Gaenzle, 5; Emanuel, 2; Beck, Melville, Scheffer. Foul goals, Wendler, 9 out of 13; Mel ville, 20 out of 38; Snyder, 10 out of 15. Sub-rtitutes, Snyder for Wilson, Harris for Levan. Referee, Bohler. Hamilton, 32; Forney, 22 Hamilton Grammar school won from i Hhe Forney Grammar five on the Tech j High floor last night, score 32 to 22.1 Line-up: ' « Hamilton. Forney. ; MutzaJbaugh F Fellows; Ebert F Yentzer Malick C Stevens i Fetrow G Moltz , Frank G Beck Field' goals, Mutzabaugh. 5; Ebert, i Frank, 2; Fetrow, Fellows, Yentzer, fi; . Stevens, Moltz, Beck, 2. Foul goals,! Frank, 14. Referee, Killinger. Scorer,; Grey. Timer, Fleck. Time, 20-minute halves. Barringer Rolls High Score George Barringer broke the records on the Holtzman bowling alleys last night by knocking down 670 pins in an individual match. He rolled 235 pins the first game, 2 the second, and 190 in the last game. Wheelock to Help Coach L. V. Annville, Feb. 20. —At a meeting of the executive board of athletics at Leb anon Valley College, Thursday, Joe Wheelock, former All-American half back of Carlisle, was appointed assaat i ant coach to the football eleven at the blue and white institution. Wheelock | played at halfback position on Lebanon Valley's team the past two years. He was picked for the backfield on the Ail- Pennsylvania team this last fall. \ INITIAL INDIANDAY DISPLAY Agent to Hold Special Display of New Models at West End Electric and Cycle Company Because of the strong local interest in motorcycles, the West End Electric and Cycle Company, of Harrisburg, has been selected by tlie llendee iManufac turing Company, Springfield, Mass., makers of the well-known Indian motor cycle, as one of the desirable points for the initial Indian day display, Feb ruary 22, Washington's birthday. The West Eml Electric and Cycle Company local dealer will have on exhibition du plicates of the new models Which were the sensation of the big N<fw York and Chicago Shows. The store will be open all day anil evening and each visitor will receive a handsome catalogue of the 1915 Indian. In a season marked toy a scarcity of important mechanical developments, the Indian stands out as the standard bear er of nine big improvements. The Lit tle Twin is the pioneer of its type, and the most advanced lightweight model ever offered. In the development of ignition and lighting forming one instrument, tihe Indian blazes the way with the Mag neto-Generator which has excited the admiration of electrical exports. Every one is cordially invited to at [ tend the Indian day opening and In spect the new models. Riders of all makers are equally welcome. It will mark the official opening of the riding season and the best motorcycle display of the year. Adv.* EASTON HEARS OF TRAGEDY Woinaj, Once a Resident, Said to Have Poisoned Her Son Easton, Pa., Fet>. 20.—A telegram, received here from Zeal, South Dakota, states that Mrs. Robert Wilhelm, form erly oif Easton, in a temporary fit of insanity brought on by ill health, pois oned her four-year-old son, Richard, and then mailie an effort to end her life by the same method. She is at the point of death and her father, Edward Mc- Pherson, an Easton contractor, ig hastening to Zeal. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm were married fix years ago, and moved to a ranch at Zeai. The latter was Henrietta MePher son, an Kaston school teacher. ( Plank to Start South Gettysburg, Feb. 20.—Eddie Planlc will start South on Monday to report to the St. Louis team. The veteran south paw has beeu assisting his brother, Ira, to coach the college team, Eddie devot ing all his attention to the pitchers. Cut This Out Now If you don't want it" to-day, you may next week. Send this advertisement and 5 cents to Foley & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You receive in return three trial pack ages—Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for coughs, colds, croup and grip pe; Foley Kidney Pills, for weak or disordered kidneys or bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablets, a pleasant, whole some and cleansing purgative, just the for winter's sluggish bowels and torpjd liver. These well known standard remedies for sale by George A. Gorgas, 16 North Third street, P. R. R. Sta tion.—Adv.