1916 March 27 Hbg Telegraph
HARRISDURG TELEGRAPH HAS EXCELLENT RECORD - THOMAS STARS - - MONDAY EVENING, Third For Jess Wit Saturday battle, the de who wit Moran to stand was and for with a hand, general Moran Moran bad first three to win rally after Many either Wlllard or neck or a number Wlllard's The shot to feaze - all of the that Fred Goodhart Comes Back With Aid of His Violin ' n. , I' 1 If I. i - .'f .! . . i , ) ' !jV - ' - , V ' XA 1 THE MUSICIAN; R BASEBALL 6TAR Carlisle. Fa.. March 28. Attributing his "comeback" to playing a vio lin, Fred Goodhart of the Dickinson College baseball nine is for the first time since the summer of 1J10, in good physical shape. Goodhart until 1910 had been making a record for himself as a baseball pitcher when his right arm developed a lameness which massaging and the usual remedies could not bring him back. He decided to quit baseball and In 1913 entered entered Dickinson College. In the Spring of 1915 Goodhart was only able to twirl one game, that against Bucknell which he won. His arm was so lame after this con test that he dropped from the squad. During the past winter Goodhart In his spare time has been playing a violin with a local orchestra which required required much practising, and he fully believes that in the extended arm motion motion required In playing this musical Instrument lies the secret for his recovery. recovery. INTERSCHOLASTIC SEASON ENDS WITH THIS WEEK'S Central and Reading Tie Up F or Lead; Thomas Is Big Season; Tech Tailendcrs With the final game to be played this week in the Central - Penn basketball basketball league, Central High School will end the season in first place, while Coach McConnell's Tech High Ave will occupy lust position. Tech playa at Steelton next Friday night, but no matter what the outcome, the teams will finish with Central and Reading tied for first place. The Tech quintet has been a decided decided disappointment. After getting away to a flying start, winning seven out of its first ten contests, tho Maroon struck a losing streak February when the team played at Reading. From then until last Friday night, March 25, when the team swamped Sunbury, Captain Harris' squad dropped eleven straight. , t Saturday night the team played at Lancaster and held the Red Roses to two field goals, but lost out, 21 to 19. Seventeen of Lancaster's points were tallied from the 30 - odd fouls called on the local team. Tech scored five field goals and nine fouls. Thomas Big Star "Bob" Thomas, a Junior at Central and star forward for the five, pulled down individual honors in the league. Here are some his stunts: High scorer In field goals; high scorer in foul goals; high total scorer; leading: athlete athlete in average points per game; high scorer In field goals in any one game (tied with Killinger, 11 each). Thomas has participated in all of the twelve league games and has amassed 262 points from 48 field goals league. The 70 points scored night against Steelton were also water mark. Headline's Stronjr JDefense Reading's defense remained in the league, but 295 points made against the Dutch In 12 The only honor to come to Klllinger's record of 11 field one game. This mark was Thomas Friday night against The other leading scorers on are as follows: Snyder, points in 11 games; Greenawalt, 164 points in 8 games; Dayhoff, Steelton, 15.1 points in 11 games; Tech, 152 point in 9 games; Lebanon, 140 point's In 12 Jones, Lancaster, 121 points games. For the first time in the basketball the high school championship will be decided definitely. years past the seasons ended three or four teams laying premier honors. The the Central Pennsylvania put an end to this annual the playing off of the post series between Central and South Side High School, Pittsburgh, has issued a challenge Central Pennsylvania winner final game to decide the high championship of Pennsylvania. Officials Mado Good Much of the success of the first season may be attributed officers of the league, who are following: President, A. Leroy Reading; vice - president, E.