ting, securing nine clean hits for a
total of thirteen bases, but fast field-
ing prevented more than two runs to
be scored for the 'home team.
St. Vincent. Indiana.
Players. R.H.P.A.E. Players. R.H.P.A.E.
Strako, 1 2 2
Ward, p-r 4 1
Harber, 2 1 2 2
Kirchner, 3. 2 2 5 1
Martin, 3 114 1
Ruffner, 1... 1 13
Johns. 2 2 2
Gallagher, s 1 2 1 M'Cr'ght r..
Bernard, 1....0 16 Notley, m...0 10 10
Yantko, m...0 110 ! Rodkey. 1.1 12
Pauxtis, c .. 10 I Hart,
Delaney, c... 1 5 2 i Blose,
Berg, p 1
Totals 3 7 27 15 2
Totals 2 9 24 16 2
Two-base hits â€” Rodkey, Blose, Ruffner Sacrifice
hitsâ€” Harber, Pauxtis, Ward, Hart. Stolen .basesâ€”
Strako 2, Kerchner, Ward. Double play â€” Kerchner
and Bernard. Bases on balls â€” Off Ward 1. nff Berg 1,
off Blose, 2, Struch outâ€” By Ward 6, by Blose 4. Um-
pire â€” Cremer.
On Decoration day Carnegie Tech
came for two games. "Babe" Spear
pitched a strong game in the morn-
ing, easily shutting the visitors out,
4-0, and allowing four scratch hits.
Blore was even less courteous to his
guests, allowing only three hits and
beating them 5-0 in the afternoon.
The comment of the Pittsburgh
papers on two such defeats was that
Normal must be traveling at a fast
pace. The team had a total of twen-
ty-one hits, among them a home run
by Pierce and a two-base hit by
Martin, which would have been a
home run ihad not an automobile
stopped it in left field.
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Vatz. 3 .:
Totals 4 â€¢23 11 2
Martin. 3 3
Ruffner. Ist-.O 1
Johns, 2 1
Pierce, 8 s
Gayley, r 1
Notley, m 1
Kodkey. 1 2
Hart, c 1 1
Spear, p .1 3
Totals 4 11 27 8 4
came u[) ami bulh icams were forced
to reUini home to await another
year's season, neither side 'haviiij.^
W. O. Foreman.
'Notley out, hit by batted ball.
Indiana 11110 xâ€” 4
Summary: Two-base hitsâ€” Spear, RufTner. Mason:
Double plays: Hart and Johns; Gayley to Rutfner.
Struck out by Weher 3, by Spear. 10. Hit by pitcher
Pierce, Notley. Bases on balls. otT Wehn l;off SpearS.
Stolen base, Kodkey. Umpire Dougherty.
R H PO A E Indiana
Mason, m .. 1
Coldren, 3...0 1
Gerhart, ss 1
Beisger, p .0
Totals .0 3 18 6 1
R H PO A E
Martin, 3 2 2 10
RuflFner, 1 17 11
Johns, 2 1 10 2 1
Pierce, ss 1 3
Gayley, r 10
Rodkey, 1 10
Hart, c 1 11 2
Blose. p 1 112
5 10 21 7 2
Tech. 00 000000-0
Indiana 11 llOOOx â€” 4
Summary: Two Base Hits, Martin, Blose; Home
Run. Pierce; Sacrifice Hit, Rodkey; Stolen Bases Vail.
Mason. Struck Out; by Blose 10, by Urqhart 3.
On June 9 the rival teams, Kiski
and Normal, went to Vandergrift to
play off the tie games. The Satur-
day before. Normal went to Kiski
and in a very much crippled condi-
tion lost the game, 10-0. Special
trains were arranged for and Van-
dergrift threw open her hospitable
doors to both schools. A crowd of
nearly one thousand people carne
out to witness the struggle. For
four innings both teams did their
utmost. "Babe" Spear was invinci-
ble as far as Kiski was concerned
and Normal could not hit Gordon.
It was a fierce pitcher's battle, Spear
having slightly the best end of it,
striking out seven men in the four
innings, against five for Gordon. At
this point in the game a heavy rain
BLOOMSBURG TRACK MEET.
From tile "North American,"
June 5, 1910, we give the following:
"Indiana State Normal swept the
field here to-day in the first annual
intcrscholastic meet of the Blooms-
burg State Normal School with
40y2 points. Bloomsburg State Nor-
mal was second with 26 points.
"The 100-yard dash was w^on by
Myers, of Indiana State Normal, and
the 220-yard dash by Kilpatrick, of
"100-yard dash â€” Myers, Indiana
State Normal, first ; Poad, Wilkes-
Barre High, second; Metz, Blooms-
burg Normal, third. Time, 10 4-5
"Half mile â€” Bruce,, Indiana State
Normal, first ; Sybert, Berwick High,
second ; Smith, Indiana State Nor-
mal, third ; Garland, Harrisburg
High, fourth. Time, 2 minutes 12
"Shotput â€” Little, Indiana State
Normal, first; Dobson, Bloomsburg
Normal, second ; Devine, Harrisburg
High, third ; Baker, Bloomsburg
Normal, fourth. Distance, 39/^ feet.
"50 yards, grammar schools â€”
Freas, Berwick, first ; Henney, Ber-
wick, second; Broadhead, Berwick,
third; Rishton, Bloomsburg, fourth.
Time, 6 3-5 seconds.
"High jump â€” Sprakue, Bellefonte
Academy, first ; Myers, Indiana
State Normal, second; Taylor,
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Wilkes-Barre High, third; Mel-
bourne, W'ilkes-Barre High, fourth.
Distance. 5 feet 4^ inches.
"100-yard dash, Y. M. C. A.â€”
]\Iackamer, Danville, first ; Kase,
Danville, second. Time 11 4-5 sec-
"220-yard dash â€” Kilpatrick, Har-
risburg High, first; Myers, Indiana
State Normal, second ; Poad, Wilkes-
Barre High, third; Metz, Blooms-
burg, fourth. Time, 23 3-10 seconds.
"Two-mile run â€” Denny, Harris-
burgh High, first ; Ricketts. Danville
High, second; Marcey, AVilkes-
Barre High, third; Irwin, Indiana
State Normal, fourth. Time, 11
minutes 14 seconds.
"Discuss throw â€” Little, Indiana
State Normal, first; Harrison,
Bloomsburg Normal, second ; Erick-
son, Bloomsburg Normal, third;
Dobson, Bloomsburg Normal, fourth.
Distance, 99 7-10 feet.
"Run, hop, step and jump â€” Dob-
son, Bloomsburg Normal, first ;Hen-
ny, Wilkes-Barre High, second ;
Little, Indiana State Normal, third ;
Myers, Indiana Normal, fourth.
Distance, 38 feet 3 3-4 inches.
"Running broad jump â€” Henny,
Wilkes-Barre High, first; Sprague,
Bellefonte Academy, second; Myers,
Indiana Normal, third; Dobson,
Bloomsburg Normal, fourth. Dis-
tance, 9 feet 1 1-2 inches.
"Relay race, 1 mile â€” Bloomsburg
Normal : Houck, Wertman, Morris,
Mittlerling, Boyle, first ; Berwick
High: Shoemaker, Bower, Bond,
Seubert, Eshleman, second; Indiana
Normal : Myers, Bruce, Smith, Ir-
win, Little, third. Time, 3 minutes
35 2-5 seconds."
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Eighteen years experience with the
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You get the right thing
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Try Ice of Violets for Rough Hands, Chapped Hand
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Everything that's new at
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Books, Stationary, Magazines
Individuality a Specialty
CARPENTER ALLEY Over Plotzer's Meat Marke
W. R. LOUGHREY & CO.
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ALL KINDS OF GOOD WEARABLES
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Capital, Surplus and Profits, $450,000
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W. D. KELLY, L. F. SUTTER, DR. H. L. McCULLOUGH, JAMES N. STEWART,
J. T. BELL, H. W. OBERLIN.
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DEPAKTMICNT STORE INDIANA, PENNA.
Students, their Parents and Friends will always find the proper
Shades and Styles in our nineteen excellent departments
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Heating Engineers â€” Steam, Hot Water, Hot Air
HARDWARE 636 Philadelphia St., INDIANA, PA.
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The Little Corner Store
CONFECTIONERY FANCY GROCERIES
Bread, Pies and Cakes
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The Oldest Drug Store in Indiana
Here you will find the LARGEST A FINE Line of FINE Perfumes
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When down town if you will drop into my pleasant new dining
room, I will guarantee you excellent service
at reasonable prices
Oysters in all styles
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behind this store directing it toward this one standard of
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A Twentieth Century Institution. Fixed and working capital
over one million dollars. Fifteen buildings, modern facilities.
College: Courses in Arts, Philosophy, Jurisprudence Science,
Biology, Civil, Electrical, Chemical and Mechanical Engineer=
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Courses. Institute: Literary, Classical, Scientific* Music, and
Art Courses. For catalogue, etc., address the Registrar.
Joseph M. Wolfe, Lewisburg, Penn*a.
This College, beautifully situated, with handsome buildings
and fine equipment, offers all the advantages of the best edu-
cational instutions of our country. The courses of study includes
the Classical; Latin and General Scientific; Civil, Mining and
Electrical Engineering and Chemistry. It has fine literary soc-
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When Attendin^u: Commencement-
Make your home at the
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Widths in Stock; AA to EE.
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^Uit Normal lusm^as ^rt|onl
Commercial Teachers' Training Course
Prepares teachers to teach Commercial
Subjects in High Schools and Academies.
Salaries offered are very attractive
Trained Help Wanted
In the business world today there are no
calls for the young man or young woman
who ''can do almost anything." The calls
are for trained help, for persons who can
do some one thing well. Private secre-
taries, stenographers, bookkeepers and
trained office assistants are always in
demand, and they command excellent
salaries. The completion of one of these
courses with us means Life-Long Inde-
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