The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 15, 1918 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 15, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL1SVIIJJB. PA. j-AGB NOTK. Srneff ' SiTIOSAI 1.KAGVZ. , I«t«5ajr'» Rendt*. ·New Yprk,-J^;Ht£»bur» fc v . . . ' - ' · . Cincinnati 2; '.Brooklyn- i. · · ·Boston. S.vChlcago QV;" !",,' '·.-..- SUadlag of - - "· New York _ Chicago - Plttaburg __ Cincinnati _ Philadelphia Brooklyn- Boston St; Louis. L. Pcu ia : .J3 _ 1113.. 12 FINAL AND DECISIVE CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING BOUTS HELD AT CAMP UPTON '14 --as ' 16 .619 .521 .520. .450, .333' .SIS .304' : ;-. r Today's Sehedile. - Philadelphia at Chicago. "·'··'· : BrooTclyii at Pittaburf. '."". ".-XBoston at St. Loots. - .".". ·"- New York at Cincinnati AJCERICAS 1EAGUE. "-·:- Ycittrlar's Ilentt*. ··:; Cleveland 4; Washington 2. · f Chicago,3; Philadelphia 0. -.'. *.. Other^gam«» j l«»tloned, tain. ' ''':· StaaalaroltkiClita. ,.*·.-:·:.. · w. L. PCL Boitoc --: 14 10 .5»3 New York C!»T«land · Chicago : _J Wasbingion Philadelphia Petroir'-- -13 10 .565 J3 10 .665 -Ji - 9( .S50 -10 12 .455 i- 9 11 .450 _ 9 13 .409 _ 7 11 .389 :_ 'Today's Sebeftric. Chicago "at 'Ifitaicstoo. .."-Cleve'ind at PhiladeiphJa. ' · . " - ' . . st. Ixnls at New Tork. ; Detroit at Bocton. STAR YALE MILER IS NOW . SERVING WITH MARINES nlkr, who wan ·» ··xanV aiiBiatlan' tM kwm imtn* ·» htmal i Dana*. ·Mntorr af flat Hmta*i tarn Omnal *ta«. Orcrtn U of OK« OM Jhia^ral aad ami at ·« Matta ; Mi ytm war "··am hew ft t that t*« feaaw tarn ahwr* (rta way the b**ter at tk« tuiaalu whan «»at» ITa trad* «f baa OlEMLMKIiS ·m tor thrtr flairt OM« *··«! eaakitr. Ifear wm thousand khaki-clad fight fans witness the final and decisive boxing;,,boat* held In the opea-elr .ring at Camp Upton. Six natcbn v«i* determine the title holder: In the rarlons clossea. The coateadata, to splaadij triio, faT« a fast and clever exhibition, . - . . . - ' The photograph shows the GeragtT-Richie B^an BASCDALL -The Fort Worth dnb has purchased F1r»t Bafennn Kraft ' are now applying the word "morale" to baseball teams. · ' · · M£««7Baker fa the name at a catcher anted by th« Portland P. C. I. Anybody who can concentrate on baaeball thU year will be a pretty good concentrator. Pitcher Bob Harmon of the Hratea, .during his year"i layoff, 1» repoa^d an having developed the "dodo^ball until 'it Is a wonder. ;. ·_ .. · · · · · · - ' - · The Boston Brave*~hav* taken on another one of the Wor'cetter Eastern leagoe players. He is Hsjh C«aaT»a, left-hnnded r pltcher. ' ' '·' The Louisvlllfl American club has bought a former Philadelphia Athletic battery In Pitcher Janxc Parnbam and Catcher Bill Meyer. - · * · Manager Bill Rodgere of the Sacramento team thinks he hl» a find IB Shortstop Carter Elliott who wa« picked up In California without co»t r Were Always MOVING WEST PENN ^ _ R A P I D T R A N S F E R -- ITt. AJTD XOTO IISTAJfCB MOTRf^l. B«»lae»ce 191 Haa* ,A»t. PA. flntMtn »- : uluUtll7 _ Notice To Truck Owners ^1 ARE READY FOR YOU. : We have installed a Solid Tire Prea«, and can equip your trucks with Kelly-Springfield Eight Thousand Mile Guaranteed Solid Tires on an hour's notice. Allow us o quote you. , O^LSVILLE, PA, "A *** Mt ·/ mtrcy drawn am tctatt of utupeakable VOUR Red Cross is an all-American, largely volunteer organization, authorized by Congress, headed by President Wilson, audited by the War Department, enthusiastically approved by your Army, your Navy, and your Allies. The work covers both military and civilian relief in every war-torn Allied country and full reports of all expenditures 'are continually being published, or available through the Chapters. , .¥? 11 \ ft stands beside our boys in training here or "over there." It watches beside the pflfows of battle-broken men, and offers rest and sympathy to war-torn fighters on brief , respite from the front It carries food and clothing to hungered mothers and little ones in ruined villages. It helps rebuild the scattered pile of brick and stone they once called "Home." It brings back to the hopeless mother's arms her long- lost child It helps care for the orphans of the men who died that civilization mht live. It helps care for the thousands that have fallen prey to ·v dread tuberculosis. i( It nobly represents In deeds of mercy, relief, and restora- tbn the more than twenty millkjn members that have made ib greet work possible. WW 7m Do Tour Share to KM* This "Hand of Mercy" at Its i»r\jridb rniui, rrBrf Tifirir tnTrrfhrrftinn ^-nrpiirpnnrn (trrh in ftir'TIutifn.r unit IjiiitatMln )ai»i»fcenSt»w»o out of mwnbtwhlp duea, and Ihe intenat aecrutnt ham the teah a alena*. wm eterata *· ', ·Mi wffl ac aav Will THE WSGCTSE TTAS CBKTUSI.Y COKP1BTE

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