The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 3, 1918 · Page 6
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May 3, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DATT.T COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. '-RTDAY, MAY 3. 3HIS, JAYY BALL TEABJ MADE UP OF STARS POT DIFFERENT BIG LEAGUE CLUBS We Give S. H. Green Trading Stamps 33E3S Big Store Near The Bridge." 154-15S West Crawford Avenue.ISuccessors Leonard Furniture Co. Plant A Garden It's Your Duty Th« picture shows a proiirj of former big League stors who enlisted In the n«Yy and who wtn play on the all-»tar nary team tfels rear. Tliu picture wna takw on tlxe Harvard baseball field, frfawe the men practice. Left to riftht; Herb Peacock of the Bed Soar, Chippie Gnw of Buffnlti, Law-ton Witt of tho Athfeac*. Arthur Rico of Oie Braves, L. V.Hinder of the Red Sol, Tom Corkery, MKw McNnlly of the Red Sox. Del Galnor of tho Il«l Sox and L» Seated, tract: Earnest Shore and J»dc Barry, manager. BESUTY OF FORBES FIELD DreyToss. presWMit of tt» .HttsturJH busebelt ciub, nZaes the beaatr of Forties field at more than $50,000, He has iftastA tbot unouot for pertnls- jton to pla« advertising slsns IB the Held, and eren tamed dcnm KL offwr to pot a hose clock, wia an «lTCrti»3aeiit on It, idxm the score board. Drey- fttss bos the pteasore, caA ^rlng. of taaatvg down simitar otters, bet this year the amounts oTvrcd xr«t« Mgher than «v«r before. Forbes Beld is the onJj- Nctkxal league p--t latidng dKSt oobeaatlfol adTerCslas de- FORMER PITTSBURGH STAR HOW WITH BROOKLYNS PRAISE FOR BOB GROOM TJmptre Bluy Bvnns, who has worked behind Bob Groom a great number of games since he broke Into thft American league, la of the belief that the former Brownfe will be of. much nse to tbe Cleveland Indians tills summer. It Is the. opinJon ot Emus that Groom showed about as moch stuff lust year as he eter did. Groom has One speed, a cortdng cturvc and a most deceptive sputter, which he nses only occasionally. Bvans believes that Fohi wIU make m«efa use of Groom SA a relief pitcher since his curre and spltter are often of great advantage In stopping a batting rally. EVERS WANTED TO BE SCRIBE Ufce a Lot of Oth*r Athletes, Former Cub Player Nursed Ambftfon to Be Something Else. A lot of great athletes hare nursed secret ambitions to bt! scvmetiitnp elae. ·wanted to be an animal t r a i n e r and nscd to keep a tame Koa. Bat Nelson nod J o h n n y Ev^rs cherished stmiUir ambitions. Both wanted to .forsake the fieMs ot sports and become -writers. Bat , took a wfalri at It, fl I but wasnt much of a success. John Ever*. ! When Evers quits · baseball it wouldn't tw 1 sorpriing to I find him writing sport. He has the ; ability and knows a good story when I he sees It, [ John 1* Solllvnn's griMitest ambition I TTOS to be a farmer and when he left the ring he settled down on a little farm near Boston. Al TffHnuunr, former star boxman Honw lion Bnker vonld rather be the Pirates, fcnd itow vrfCh. the considered si successful farmer then a , Dodgers, has been placed In ' great ball player. Hal Chase thinks A-l ta ttoe draft and may be ; mo re of hJs biDJard playing than of his called at £ny time, Ebbete bought j grncefnl work around tlrst. : at the done i? test season. Everything spic'span ne^v at tine New Store--new goods of the newest styles. Come in and spend an hour or two looking over our immense stock--you'll find it a pleasure and we will deem it an honor. And remember our convenient "charge account plan" is at your service to make it easy for you to own anything in our store. The ice-saving and food-saving qualities of a Refrigerator are of more importance this year than ever before. The uecessiiy of Baviiig food need not be dwell on and, of course, it is considerably easier on the pocket book if your Refrigerator saves icn. The mako-s we sell are guaranteed as to both these qualities. Upw;ird from _. ,, ,,. ConneiisvHie's Most-up-to-date Showing of ^t the New Store The Zinimerrnan-"Wild Store's sliaplay of Room Jlugs IK attrac- t i n g wiilpsprcad commeiu--(lie [ host designs of i h e Jjest. makers 'I nre pliown Ijerp in ;Tofusir,n and J price? are TTJOSL mod^ra'c. Clever 'e\y Styles in JUST RECEIVED. Odd Dressers and Chiffoniers Specially Priced. There are some real bargains here in Odd Dressors and Chiffoniers of all styles. Come in and see the stock visile the., selection is complete. Hear the Stradivara Phonograph That's all wo nsk for the Strailivnra- --bear it. The wonderful melody: of the Stradivara speaks for Itself. Tln Bt;-les will ornament any home and the motor construction, etc.. Is absolutely guaranteed both by ourselves and the makers. rlaj-s All necortis. Us« A u j NfCillo. 5o Inffrcst Charn«l on Yoor AvonnL Solid Ouk Fumed Finish Krown Lcatbcr DUOFOLD SUITES, SPEC5AL .WSPSPliPlTO^^ ^Maliijl'Sife^ A boautiTul new style Duofold Suite of throe big pieces. Duofoid. arm chair and arm rocker, all made ot solid oak in the rio.b nut brown fumed finish and upholstered in brown art leather. The Duofold has a sagless spring bed interior. Compare rhe suite with other stores' $05.00 values. MATTY AND COBB DISAGREE .Two Marten at Variance on Benefit* Derived by Bail Players In AJV ctotxt Game of Golf. Christy Matiewsan. noted pitcher ana maosger, today cisnes with a big 1 boost lor gott, bislstlog th»t plt Is ' beneficial to any bail player, if not ·' overdone. In passing. It Is interesting i to note that Ty Cobto. noted batstnao, i is a great lover of tLe andent game. ..but save it up test year as he claimed : It "dimmed" Ms tatUng eye. Tstis we hare zhe two masters dla- " agreeing. Both'are artists, one In deceiving the batter, and the other In "raining" the pitcher. Ty says tho j "loilbw through" in golf Is different I -froea the "follow through" stroke In · baseball, and that tire pert action of one will be the detriment ot th* otbee. Matty already has advised a Dumber of his youngsters to take tip tide Cobb, on. the contrary, hna to .dTsconrage It among tie dia- jncnd ioaoaa. Bo tbsre you-are. PJng Eodle is not a Tankee. He's an Italian. Right name. Plzsola. « * * The Botrina go South In the spring, to get the kinks ont of thcfr wings. ^ TaWng Jim_ Tliorpp to Texas with the Giants Is a disease with McGraw. » * » Outlook for the ifackmeD la as bright as a b]rd's-cye. view ot Pitta- burgh. * « * Carlisle Indians will pla7 basebnll this spring for the first time In a decade. * * * This Is tho season Tvhen erery ball tewin Is a pennant winner and the manager can erplaJn just Wby. * · * Bon« folks may the 'Cube Trin trta the rag. To be Frank, 'He e long time since they're had a Chance.. if You aa f t Fight Fiance, Get Oa Icme Flriag Line Strike a blow at Germany: -- By buffos Liberty Bonds. By buylai: T h r i f t Sumps. By savins Money regularly. By paying Bills by Check. Ail tbo facilities of tiis banS arc at your service. Libiira; Interest on Savings. , Safe Deposit Boies for Kent. NUCLEUS OF AMERICA'S GREAT FLEET OF SEAPLANES 128 Tf. Crawford ATP, ConneHsTille. "The Bank that Does Thins« for loo" Safe Deposit Boies for Bent. OF GUNS reminds us ail that we must quicken, our pace and send our dollars to thp front. I XOTV is the time to subscribe to Third Liberty Bonds which nay 4 1-4% interest. The nucleus ot the big Beet of seaplanes Hint Uncle Sara is going to liavc is sbo\vc Jinro. At t!:is atiation I K K V S ' J O X h Al 10 llhl'All! ; station 15 planes are shown arriving en tbe boucb. " % In P.r-ar nf f,Vi w.-. s ; c r a w f n r d Advertise ycrar m^ants in U/je. Daily Courier. { . . j K A 7 . 1 N ; A \ l WEI.DIVG. Kpbnilt Cnri* For Sale. STCBES THREE'S 3TO UEASONISG WITH MA! ifflSa! 1 i i .-rj'-y-v' rsHll :' ; ,~ ·'^ / / 1 I !

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