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I.y?1.ar0CH,THE BALSAMS.Kew Hampshire.
Philadelphia Office : 608 Perry Bldg., 16th an.l 'hestnut Sts:
Tallies Were More Than numerous
in Monday'! Ball Came
SPURRED by last
week's win the Village
team started after vic
tory early in Monday's
ball game, and when the
smoke of battle cleared
they had piled up twenty
tallies to eight for the
Carolinas. To be sure,
the contest was one sided but play was
not without its brilliant features, and one
of the biggest crowds of the season en
joyed the marathon, for little else it
proved to be. f The score by innings
tells the story of the Waterloo.
VILLAGE -6 2 1 2 0 3 2 2 220
The work of Nichols, the midget sec
ond baseman of the Village team, who
has signed with the Raleigh team of the
North Carolina league for the coming
season, was a revelation. His fielding
was of the spectacular order, each of his
several chances being handled perfectly,
while his batting average of a thousand
for the afternoon speaks for itself. How
ever, Nichols was not the only shining
star in the Village squad. McAuley, who
smashed one of his fingers during pre
liminary practice, displayed his grit by
refusing to retire, and lined out not less
than five hits in as many timet at bat.
Armstrong made a fine catch of a hard
hit foul fly back of third base, while
Dunn covered himself with glory by
spearing a line drive in deep right field
while on the dead run.
For the Carolinas Finnegan, DeRoehn
and Morris carried off the honors, al
though Spredbury's beautiful three bag
ger should not be overlooked. The most
spectacular play of the contest, however,
was negotiated by Finnegan, who, run
ning well into shortstop's territory from
third base, made a one-handed scoop of a
hard driven grounder, and while his per
fect throw to first failed of success only
by a matter of inches, he reduced to a
single a hit what was plainly labelled for
two or three bases. DeRoehn, the vet
eran catcher of more than a decade of
league baseball, played a heady and con
sistent game behind the bat. Morris,
who was switched from second base to
the box during the latter part of the
game, succeeded in checking the ava
lanche of runs but the effect of his good
work was nullified through the inability
of his team-mates to hit consistently.
IThe decisions of Umpire 4 "Dad" Gilligan
were accurate and impartial throughout,
and accepted without protest by both
sides. Charlie Fan
Merrymaking1 at The Berkshire
No affair of the season has been more
enjoyable at The Berkshire than Wednes
day evening's frolic with its games and
First upon the program was the
"yacht race" in which the guests con
tested in blowing cones suspended in
strings, across the parlor. . Another
novelty was the old time hot and cold
mind reading test in which the "sub
jects" were guided in the unknown mis
sion assigned by music, the hit of the
evening coming m the presidential re
ception burlesque m which Mr. C. II,
Lay of Oil City and Mrs. Alfred Connor
of Exeter posed as the President and
Mrs. Taft. One by one the guests were
admitted and presented to the President
who in turn presented Mrs. Taft, who
ignoring the extended palm, shook hands
instead with the President, much to the
discomfiture of the presented and great
ly to the amusement of the constantly
increasing group of initiated.
Refreshments and music rounded out
IHinnilD AT UA1HILTOK
Miss Borothy Campbell Becomes the
Bride of Mr. J. V. llurl
Announcements of the marriage of
Miss Dorothy Iona Campbell to Mr. Jack
Vandevort Hurd at Christ's Church
Cathedral, Hamilton, Canada, on Tues
day, February 11th, were received early
in the week, f The wedding was a quiet
one with the invitation list including
only immediate relatives and friends, the
very Rev. Dean Abbot, rector of Christ's
Cathedral, officiating. The bride was
given away by her cousin, Col. William
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd are enjoying a
honeymoon in the South and will join
Mr. Hurd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam L. Hurd, at The Pines, in the im
mediate future. IT Miss Campbell's visit
here last year is pleasantly remembered
and her golfing record as international
champion is known on two continents.
Mr. Hurd has been an annual visitor for
years and is a general favorite.
CliVB MOUSE miMIOVEtlEXTi
Opening- of Hp Stain lunch and
Lounging- Booms Appreciated
No innovation of recent years at the
Country Club is more universally appre
ciated than the transformation of the
hitherto little used upper rooms into a
lunch, card, writing and lounging suite
which is greatly enhanced by attractive
rugs and mission furnishings.
The front room is devoted to the
kitchen and dining room, where from
ten until five lunch is served, with ap
petizing specials for tournament days,
and no more delightful dining room
could be imagined than this apartment of
many windows and bright sunshine.
The rear room, in the fireproof build
ing, has been transformed into a cozy
retreat which radiates the atmosphere of
a private club, and to which the new
staircase leading from the lower floor, is
a constant invitation. Music by the
orchestra will also be an attraction.
Mr. Whlttemore's 3few Garage
"Work on a new garage adjoining Mr.
Parker W. Whittemore's cottage is well,
under way; the first of several contem
plated improvements of the property.