Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on April 6, 1914 · Page 8
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1 ELAJUUSBURO tzj?2 TELEGRAPlI MONDAY EVENING, APKfL 6, 1914. TRI - STATE SCHEDULE SHOWS F EXCHANGES Little Jzif Could Explain Anything By "Bud" Fisher Senators Will Play Two Garnet at Reading on Labor Day; Are Home Nine Saturdays Giving publicity to the Trl - State schedule to - day, President George M. Graham requests that every owner and manager put forth special efforts to make this season a big success. The schedule calls for 110 games The season opens May 6 and, according to the schedule. Harrisburg will be the attraction at York. This Is a switch In the original arrangement. Harrisburg will have a big opening on Thursday, May 7. There are llfty - four games scheduled at home and flfty - elx abroad. Harrlsburg will play the game at home with York on the morning ol Decoration Day and at York In the afternoon. On July 4 Harrlsburg goes to York In the morning and will be at home In the afternoon. Both of these holidays fall on Saturday this year. Instead of closing the season at' home on Monday. September 7. Labor Day. Harrlsburg will play two irames at Beading. Harrlsburg ha nine games at homo on Saturdays, including the morning game of May SO and afternoon of July 4, and nine abroad. It is understood that when exhibl tlon games are scheduled with major league teams arrangements will be made to have a double - header on the day previous with the Trl - State team scheduled. It Is announced that no postponed games will be played prior xo June i, unless uie weamer aurin the early part of the season proves unfavorable and postponed games multiply rapidly. President Graham in this case will fix the time for the games to be played off. Quaker City Entries Show Large Increase; Harrisburg Represented By Associated Press Philadelphia, April C. The entry list of the University of Pennsylva - ' nla relays of April 25 shows the largest number of teams ever entered for the various events. In the classllied relay races 256 teams are entered and 47 teams have announced that they will compete in the championships. In aditlon Ave colleges which have not entered relay teams will repor( in the special track and field events. The entries for the principal championships are: One - Mile Championship of America Harvard, Illinois. Chicago, Cornell, Michigan, Pennsylvania. Notre Dame, Kansas, Colby. Two - Mile College Championships - Princeton, Michigan, Cornell, Dartmouth, Illinois. Pennsylvania, Colby, Kansas, Pennsylvania State, Virginia. Four - Mile College Championship of America oxford. Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Chicago, Pennsylvania, Boston College, Colgate. Dartmouth, Pennsylvania State, Ohio State. Freshman College Championships of America Harvard. Dartmouth, Pennsylvania. High School Championship of Amer - rtY, MUTT. IN 6 COT TMfc CREfVreST RAT Deo, y eve, saw. He'S TH8 CHAMPtON fcftT OF TMG UOR.LO PO TDV THAT' YELLOW CV I SAW . YoO LeAfciN Down J fsTv? V 1 ' 1 fCCTtMT! IP THAT DO, f saw A AT H6'D KISS IT. He AY UOOKUJ. : - y ' A BUM, BOT HS TAKtrj SVV riR - STPrUte - AT TW6 ' 5? AS A f.AT K.lt - C.e l&jri fyQ H HAT DO YOVi WtAN ? SAT THAT DOfcltTKG CHAfAptON RT - V:U - Ct - 6F TH WOffA - O. C&TAWflY? ; t M THAT CUP DOWN AT Youe. HOUSE. LA&T N6Hf .J)P.NCIN NICK. OUT OF A with seven Do You Me an To sacy Yoo Saw jay fAlufe with seveN r RATS Yes, AMD RIGHT IN YUR.0WN House AV SI J f aTlIX. aV W t OH. WFLL, THOSG UE& OUR. (ZPTSf BUT YoO SHOW KM S6lAe STRAHte fcATS M i 9 . n f Is, lea Philadelphia Central, Boston English, Brooklyn Manual, Boston Commercial. Newark Central, Buffalo Central. Preparatory School Championship of America Mercersburg, Lawrence - ville. Exeter. Entries for the relay race include Harrisburg, Reading, Aljentown, Steel - ton and many up - State teams. Harrisburg Elks Won; Took Three Games BOOZE LOS NG GAME BILLY I Bases Theme on "Rube" Wad - dell's Recent Death; Was on Wrong Road . . DIN TO BE EXTEWDED Winning from the Reading Elks Saturday night by a margin of 317 pins, Harrlsburg Elks tied up the scorrs and a third game will be played with a probability of two more games being added to the serfes. The game was played at the Elks' home. North Second street. The Read - tb Flks had 1R0 rooters with them. After the game luncheon was served ' the close of his sermon on "Your Sins to the visitors. Vaudeville and musical j will Find Tou Out," drew a graphic ieaiures IOUOWeU. Inarallol htWon tho ranun f WqH. . Special to The Telegrafih Scranton, Pa., April 6. Sighs and amens for "Rube" Waddell and I cheers t for Christy Mathowson were j in order at the Tabernacle last nisht ! when the Rev. Billy Sunday, towards RITC1WE READY FOR WORK; STARTS TRAINING TOMORROW Yes, everything all ready to wear. Ready to bring you luck on Easter day. In suits a brave showing in unusual patterns as well as in quiet. Odd effects in Spring overcoats that some stores are afraid to carry. $10 to $25. For the man who wants "quiet elegance" the silk - lined oxford. dell and "Bugs" Raymond, both' dead, and Christy Mathewson and Eddie Plank, four great figures in baseball in the past decade. Billy's reference to "Rube" was particularly effective. He said: "I was reading the. papers the other Olenwood Springs, Col., April 6. Willie Ritchie, lightweight, champion, left here for San Francisco, alter spending a few days here taking the baths. - - "I was never In better condition for hard training than right now," said Ritchie before leaving. "Not only have the baths done me good, but I have I It, only 37 and gone. bad a mental rest, which has been of great benefit. "1 will begin active training Tuesday for my bout with Murphy on April 17. I expect to win the battle and will win just as quickly as possible. I am to enter the ring again during the latter part of June. At the v?ry latest, July 4. . I will then be ready to accept the best offer and I do not care who they put up against me." Success in Recent High Water Will Enable State to Enlarge Its' New Service Experience gained in observations of the recent high water in the Susquehanna river watershed. and in the valleys will, be of much advantage to officials of the State Water Supply Commission in extension of the State flood warning service, ' according to statements made at the office of that body to - day. The flood warning service was organized last Fall under authority conferred by the Ulman act, which carried an appropriation of fio, 000 and arranged for a bulletin service to be given by observers at various points along streams and their tributaries. The Susquehanna Valley was selected for the first operations and the service was tested In the Muich high water. , Preliminary warnings of depth of snow and what could be expected were Beech 14.0 13.4 320 Market St Annual Call to Amateur Managers Future rr arr n a mi inn op for , tbr coming baaeball araaon, ant lll aoon be la the field for honor. The Harrlaburir Telegraph deatrea to keep lu clone touch with all amateur team and name. Manager are requested to neatl In at oaee the aumea of their team, manager and captain, with tliefr adilrcaMeii. SroRTIVti KUITOR OP THE TELEGRAPH. day of the passing of 'Rube' Waddell, I issued two weeks before the real high whose life was snuff ed out. Think of '. water occurred and on March 27 t ton warnings were issuea mat nign water 1 leil you, you . pvneotpn and that It mierht B - ft ta cannot beat the booze game. You have damaging heights at points along the to pay the . freight. The old 'Rube North branch and the main valley, was one of the brightest and brainiest On pXstSn" men in baseball, but he Is gone, struck Susquehanna and its main tributaries out at 37, a man who was in his day possibly the greatest pitcher. I tell you, you can't beat that game. "The 'Rube," Matty, Plank and 'Bugs' Raymond started in baseball at the same time. All were pitchers. Two started on the wrong road 'and two cn the right road. Two are dead, 'Bugs' and 'Rube.' Matty is as good as ever, the king in his lino, and when he gets so he can't put anything on the ball, he'll go to work training 1 . V n .1 111 . . , j yuuuf, iiiiviicio a Liu win get u tsaiary . that will dazale you. Plank, grand old ' man, steady uud earnest, la getting i along, but he can pitch a great game. Yes, he sure can. and Plank and I Matty are honored by the men on tho ! field and by men in every walk of life. I They followed tho right path. 'Rube' and 'Bugs' are dead. Does It pay? Your sins will find you out." and wired them to cities and towns involved, A statement issued by the commis sion says - "this flood has given the commission Just the data needed to enable it to predict accurately In the future and it is now believed that the commission is equipped to send ouv, early and accurate warnings of future floods in the Susquehanna Valley. Plans are being made to extend the flood warning service to the Schuyl kill, Lehigh and Delaware rivers. ' The predicted stages and the maximum stages which actually occurred are shown in the following table: North Ilrunch Location. "Predicted. Attained Corning 16.6 16.6 Chemung ......... 17.5 , 17.3 Binghamton. ...... 18.8 ' 18.5 Tcwanda 20.5 20.2 WUkes - Barre 28.6 28.4 West Branch Clearfield . 6.0 5.8 Renovo Bald Eagle, Creek 9.5 Pine, at Waterville . 11.5 ' Williamsport 22.5 Juniata Huntingdon 8.5" Newpbrt 12.6 Main Susquehanna Harrisburg ....... 20.5 At Wllkes - Barre ana vicinity, wnen the river rose proportionately higher than at other points, reaching a stage 10.5 feet above the danger stage on Sunday, the maximum height camt within 2 Inches of the stage predicted 9.0 11.6 19.2 8.3 12.1 18.5 one hour of the time It was predicted it would arrive. The damage done in, Wllkes - Barre and In the valley of the North Branch of the Susquehanna river, above and below that city, was considerable by reason of flooding streets, houses, stores, etc., but thw loss was curtailed by the early warning received from . this commission. The Water Supply . Commission ha received much commendation for its flood warning service from the Wllkes - Barre press and expressions of appre elation by Individuals. The recent high water was the first to occur in the Susquehanna river by the commission and arrived within since the passage of the act and although the predicted stage for Wil liamsport and Harrlsburg were high, as shown in the table, the commission is pleased with the results of its first attempt in this line of work. HARRISBURG ER BUYS FARM Dlllsburg, Pa., April 6. A. M. Brandt, of North Baltimore street, has) sold his large farm In Carrol township to Dr. M. M. Ritchie, of Harrlsburc. Dr. Ritchie has also purchased from Mr. Brandt his entire outfit of farm machinery and his stock of horses and cattle. A brother of the doctor will occupy the farm. TRI - STATE LEAGUE OFFICIAL SCHEDULE, 1914 Read ALLENTOWN WILMINGTON READING TRENTON YORK HARRISBURG AT ALLENTOWN Tri - State May 13 - 14 - June 6 - 0 - 17 - 18 - 29 - 30 July 22 - 23 Aug. 14 - 15 May 7 - 18 - 19 May SO p. m. June 10 - 11 July 3 - 4 a. m 27 - 28 Aug. 19 - 20 May 16 - 1 June 8 - 9 July 1 - 2 - 24 - 2S Aug. 17 - 18 May 11 - 12 June. 8 - 4 - 28 - 37 July 20 - 21 Aug. 12 - 13 Sept, 4 - 0 May 20 - 21 July 6 - 7 - 18 - 29 - 30 Aug. 21 - 22 AT WILMINGTON May 25 - 26 July 10 - 11 Aug. 3 - 4 - 26 - 27 Sept. 7 (2 games) News May 11 - 12 June 3 - 4 - 26 - 27 July 20 - 21 Aug. 13 - 13 : Sept. 4 - 5,, May 6 - 20 - 3O a. m. June,22 - 23 July 4 p. in., 15 - 16 AUg. 7 - 8 - 20 - 81 Sept 1. May 8 - 9 - 20 - 21 June 12 - 18 July C - 7 - 29 - 30 May 27 - 28 ' ' June 19 - 20 July 13 - 14 Aug.. 6 - 6 - 28 - 2B AT READING May 6 - 29 - 30 a. m. June 22 - 23 July 4 p. m 15 - 16 Aug. 7 - 8 - 31 , Sept. 1 May 22 - 28 June 15 - 16 July 8 - 9 - 31 Aug. 1 Aug. 24 - 25 Prated May 8 - 0 ' June 1 - 2 - 24 - 25 July 17 - 18 Aug. 10 - 11 Sept. 2 - 3. May 15 - 1C June 8 - 9 ' " July 1 - 2 - 24 - 25 Aug. 17 - 18 May 13 - 14 ' 1 June 5 - 6 - 29 - 30 July 22 - 23 Aug. 14 - 16 ' Sept 7(2 fames) AT TRENTON May 27 - 28 June 19 - 20 ' ' July 13 - 14 Aug. .6 - 6 - 28 - 29 May 7 - 18 - 19 - 80 p. m. June 10 - 11 July 8 - 4 a. m., 27 - 28 Aug. 19 May 20 - 21 . , June 12 - 18 July 6 - 7 - 29 - 30 Aug. 21 - 22 Daily May .13 - 14 " . June 6 - O - 29 - 30 July. 22 - 23 Aug. 14 - 19 ' May 11 - 12 - 22 - 28 June. 8 - 4 , July 20 - 21 Aug. lt - 13 Sept. 4 - 8 AT YORK May 22 - 23 June 16 - 16 ' July 8 - 9 - 31 Aug. 1 - 24 - 25 June 1 - 2 - 24 - 25 July 17 - 18 Aug. 10 - 11 - 21 - 22 Sept. 2 - 3 May 27 - 28 June 19 - 20 - July 13 - 14 Aug. 6 - 6 - 28 - 20 May 25 - 26 June 17 - 18 July 10 - 11 jv Aug. 8 - 4 - 26 - 27 Sept. 7, (2 games) ia May 6 - 18 - 19 May so p. m. , June 10 - 11 ' July 8 - 4 a. m., 2728 Aug. 19 - 20 AT HARRISBURG May 8 - 0 June 1 - 2 - 12 - 18 - 24 - 25 Aug. 10 - 11 , Sept 2 - 3 May 15 - 18 ; June 8 - 9 July 1 - 2 - 24 - 28 Aug. 17 - 18 May 26 - 26 V June 17 - 18 - July 10 - 11 Aug. 3 - 4 - 26 - 27' June 15 - 16 - 263T July 8 - 9 - 31 Aug. 1 - 24 - 25 May 7. , , May 29 - 80 a. m. - - June 22 - 23 ... Jury - 4 p. m. 15 - 16 Aug. 7 - 8 - 31 Sept 1 The Telsjrtph Tuxedo - A Hit with the Hit - Makers HUNDREDS of the snappiest ball players in the country the 4 clean - cut athletes who provide Americans with their greatest outdoor relaxationenthusiastically endprse Tuxedo. t This is the kind of endorsement that carries a convincing punch. These men know, that Tuxedo is a mild. ktv of mother lobaceothatgioa pure tobacco, which can be smoked all day thetattfodlon thai Tuxedo doa.' ....,.. TvorU hit, FRED. CLARKE "Ti advise every baUblayer to gmoe t uxeao. i ao, always. w with pleasure. Tuxedo cannot bite the tongue: it burns freely and smoothly, giving a cool, sweet smoke. JIMMY ARCHER "Tuxedo is my Idea of a rood smoke in every - way coolness, mildness, purity. Tuxedo is a WWVIGfa The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette From the scoreboard man to the magnate, in the private box, everybody on the grounds is "catching on to" the supreme merit of Tuxedo. ' '. - v' Tuxedo is made from the finest, mildest leaves of high - grade Burlev tobacco, so treated j2OJUS under the famous original "Tuxedq Process" . .t UTns 8jow C0Qk a jeiight - nil flavor and aroma. The "Tuxedo Process' makes it impossible for this perfect tobacco to bite 1 or sting the, most delicate throat or tongue. Tuxedo has many imi - tators in outward appearance. It has no equal in the pipe or cigarette. JAOCMaMNlS.. "Tuxedo gives a coal, mild smoke, and never affects the wind. Tuxedo is a tobacco that's always good," ," YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO V ' Faraomffriitiawitlt4lli. trim, earrad tofittkapocliot 1UC Conrantaat pemth, bmnEmd with i ' tm Cms HmHtldmrs t9o rnrnd tOe - MI AKtMOAN TOMOM : CeSPANV v Bold Face Type Indicates Saturdays

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