The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 7, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 7, 1918
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PAGK SIX. THE DAILY COURDER, COIVNISljJua'VlXJCJB, PA. TUESDAY, MAY 7, H BASEBALL MAGNATE NOW SERVING IN -;-, FRANCE WITH THE AMERICAN FORCES BE! KATIOJTAX LEAGUE. Yesterday's Hesnlts. Pittsburg 7; Chicago 2. New York 8; Boston 4. Brooklyn 2; Philadelphia 0. Si. Louis 3; Cincinnati 1. Standing of the Clnlis. ' This Is the first phuiogrnph of Capt. T. L. Huston, part owner with Col. 1 -Jacob Unppert, of the yew York American league baseball club, ivho is serving as a captain _pC engineers with the American expeditionary forces in France. · Some of the-«n£ineers-are now reported, fighting with the British against the German drive. Whether OF not Captain Huston is with them is not known. : . ;.- ^Though bnsy -with hi dirties of tvar lie finds time occasionally to think of baseball. Recently he.vrote a letter from "Somewhere in Prance" In tvhich 1 he expressed his disapproval of many things his fellow baseball magnates have been doing recently. He Impugned their spirit and said considering that the country was at war there was altogether too much talk of money and too many big trades. . . . " " . :'. me to give my, best efforts all the time.- look at last season. I came very close to getting in the .300 class, and I- het t h f l t . I get there this .venr. I did my best last year, but somehow or other I imagine that I will. get better breaks with a club that has a first-division stamp on it If I miss that .300 class. It will not be through lack of effort." . . BEST BACKSTOP RECORDS A catcher ivho worl.s in ut 'least" 100 g'aiiies 'earti season Is worth a liberal snlnry. Last year's major leagu-i records * show that these men passed the 6 century mark beblnd the hat: * National league: Killifer and £ Wlngo, each 12 ° ? p mes, »nd X Bariden, ]'X: Amerl^ui league: ,6 Schalk and SeTcrel:. each MH 'g games; O'Neill. 127. and Aln- f smith. 119.. ' . '« Those who caught between 9U ^ and 100 games"*T.-ere S;aiiage ot Detroit. Xunamaker ot the Ynn- ·J kees. Jllller of Brooklyn. Sayile/ »· ot the Cardinals, and Tragresser £ ot the Braves. New York Chicago _ Pittsburg Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati. Brooklyn St." Louis Boston Today's Schedule. Chicago at Pittsburg. Cincinnati at St! Louis. · . Philadelphia at New York. Brooklyn at Boston. AMERICA* IEAGUE. Yesterday's Itcsulta. New Yo'rk 10; Boston 3. Chicago 6; Cleveland 4. St. Louis 9; Detroit 3. Washington 11; Philadelphia 7. Standing of Die Clnbs. V. L. Boston Cleveland ·-- CWcag-o -New Yofk _ St. Louis -Detroit Philadelphia Washington - _L2 _ 9 _ 7 - 9 . _ 7 _ 5 . 6 _ 6 Pet .667 .563) .538' .528 .467 .417 .400 .375 ,Tod»y's Schednle. Cleveland 'at;Chicago. St. Louis, at Detroit. ' Boston at Washington. New York at Philadelphia. ·PING BOQIE TALKS LI"E FLAYER FULL OF PEPPER LOSS OF ROBERTSON NO CAUSE FOR WORRY ns nml have; "hbeut-Jfour~ oVT..'ffte "y'e:irs". of major rlr-a§ni^baaeb'nir In 4ne"y*CJlf It hadn't; 'beerKT'ilSr'-a-disnjjreenjebt'Avith .TimrnJ7 HCflUaHan"in~-l!)l-i7T'he'verrwould ifa'vo "teen ouPof^the big IcaguST 1 weis!T35 pound le^** today than hea I r'eport- i«l to Conoio-Mack-at Jacksonville last 'spring, nnd I know positively that I s»i In for £ good season i _.j^ing lioilln WHS spcaSing. He Iinrt" gtf 1 " in'-two stronuous- \vorbsuits-; o-Macoh ball yard with all the en- schoolboy-· who has-itin-~ . ^ M s s ^ 1 ^ team,-and- tg'dtd-.not-hesftate co"say"that'lie 'was ready at that nuimeat to play /more bnseboll. 7 tilt ,hnv* tihirny? ;likeil to- piny .the | jfulifeV*' continued Ping, "and for that jreason it never has become difilcult for · )Vith so capahle-J.jJluyer around as Itoss Young, the Giants hare not much cause to worry over the loss of Davey Uobertson. If Toung lands th* right field position. It will be his flwt job in the major leagues. He made a wonderful record in the minors, lending the Western association in batting two years ago, and finishing second to Larry Lajoie last year In the International league, .-with the 'splendid average of .357."','-Hfs fi'eldlns.Is said.;to. .be on pn"r*--v;lfh Ills stlclrwork. EVcovers a -great deal of ground; andMsVah excellent Judge of-drives mid fly'balls. " ' Means the Same Thing. "What's become of the old-fashioned sporting erlitor who called a left- handed pitcher a'soudipaw?" "Oh t .-he's* still .up .and about,,.bat ,1 notice "th'r.t lie hnsi^an assistant .who, calls a IcfL-himded'/pitcliEr aVportsldo 'h~UL'Ter_"-- :: Lb'uisvnie Courier-Journal. ' Yes Minh'i Be Answer, HAS Clilcugo the-two best catchers in hasebafUh Ilay Sctialk' of the Whltfl Sor, and Bill Killifer of the'Cubt? DIAMOND ·NOTES j .Baseball fans, are showing great Interest ID the world's series-on the weat- ern front. r . The Kansas City club 1ms turned Infielder Joe Waffn«r over to the Louisville club. *· · · Captain Hnvton thinks the magnate* hare failed to do their btt. Bav*n't they arranged to collect the war tax? * » m Connie Mack's refusal to pay Jake Ultinch the salary he demands may leave that young man to his coal business this season. . * * · Bill Sherdell, the left-hander from whom the St. Lonls Cardinals are expecting ranch, declares that Paddy LIv- imrscon made him R renJ pitcher. * * · Claire Goodwin and Jack Killtlfty, former Coast league players, have joined the array medical service and are on duty at the Presidio, San Francisco. * * * Pitchers Mllllgan nnd Evnns, who mads (he trip to the Pirates' training camp with the first squad, did not Hnger-long, both being called to Uncle Sum's colors, * * * . ·.Manager .Fielder Jones of the St. "Louis Browns Is crying for n left- handed pitcher, but where will he ffpt one? There se,i?ms to be n sudden shortage of sonthpnws In both ranjor leogues nnd particularly In the Amer- 'caa. * · * Arthur Shafer, who used to play third base for the Giants, has again taken up the game. Shafer enlisted in ihe navy some time ngo. nnd he IH now captain of the baseball team at the naval training station at Sna Diego, Cal. * · * Mike Hognn is the name* of a pitching recruit wlm is withv the Giants. Manager McGraw thinks he has great possibilities. * * * .Clark Griffiths Senators think they have found a way to "outhoover Hoover." They decided as means of getting In shape quickly to cut out the noonday lunch. * \ * Tack Lewis of the Rework Jnternar tionals, who haa been "reported sold to several clubs. Is out ,with a statement that he will accept-' no diamond engagement this season. . . . ' · . · ". * '· * The Pirates have another. Joe Jackson. He is Lee King, a Pennsylvania miner. He started training In bis bare feet, but Bezdefe soon converted him to the ulse of baaeball shoes. DID YOU BUY TOUR 1*KBERTY BOTTDT hnrve ·port. ' I.MWM moirrrii nnd hone for the laim. ·Wlndo-rr ncrvcnw for fir time. Itooflnfc thnt wlli ke«T) the rain out. Poultry «r|re «n«l In\m Xencf, COME DOWS AXD SEEy US- OPPOSITE B. JL O. DEPOT. Connellsviile Machine Car Supply Co. IS YOUR BLOOD THIN? ARE YOUR NERVES WEAK? IF SO, DON'T DELAY You can not afford to mitts this opportunity to consult and bfe treated by thi« Specialist. Graduate* Prices Go llth. Save $ 5 to $ 25 On Your Pathephone by Buyii Pathe prices advance, on all models, after next Saturday, May 11. Other talking, machine, prices were advanced long ago, since before last Christmas--Pathe is the last to take this step, wb i c h manufacturing'conditions, increased r cost of labor and materials make necessary. AFTER MAY llth. 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