The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 22, 1918 · Page 6
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May 22, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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t^AG-E SIX. ON'ET EivtoNS THE DAILY. COURIER, CONmSjuLSVffiLE, P.a. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1918. IfFTERS" AND "JABS" IN BAYO AND BOXING WORK ARE DEMONSTRATED Bennie Leonard, the boxing conch at Camp Upton, and Went. E. J. Statler demonstrating the similarity of "lifters" and "jabs" to boiiag and bajonet HMMI POOR RECOMMENDATION ;; "Recommendations oC ball ' ', players amount to a whole lot, ' | act," mascs the Veteran Frank , ! Bancroft of the Cincinnati Beds, j | 'Tea, ho! Long, long ago, I had , , to get a first baseman for the J | dub I was managing. The one . . I chose. jOn th* recoiatnenda- | | tion" of an the wise ones, lusted · · \ half a season and, to grt him, I \ ) j turned dowa p. fellow whom the · · critics said would never do. The ' \ one I turned down was Dan · ' Breathers, that was ali r* 1 I 11 HAS WON SEVERAL PENNANTS ROWLAND HAS STRONG TEAM Fl/*t Basher to Win World's Championship WHI Be Hard to Beat for Pennant Thla Year. Clarence Rowland, the first bnsher t» "wrn a world's championship, is jnrjgmggjnff t h e White Sox again this year. Clarence Is thirty- idiM years old. Be'led tbe White i S*r to victory in th-* American ·l**-.?4ie cham- ptonhip l a s t nod. iron wo rid' a of .. 1917 from New "5-crk "with the .Cox. KowiaiMl ·mceeetiod Jimmy CaBahan. as xnan- «jer of te Sor - '. ' : to 3915. Be came Tap with" htil- H«nt bosh-leane record, bavin's nsn- . aged minor-league clubs with success In Aberdeen, Winnipeg, Jack- seorlDe, Dabtujtte and 3*eorla. Eow- land h*s the strongest team tn tho American league end win be hard to beat for the pennant this year. the Cornelius McGillicuddy, Leader of Athletics, .Holds .Record 'in Bice- . ball Championship*. Cornelius McGfflicnddy . (Connie Mack), manager of the. Philadelphia A t h l e t i c s , hos ·won ate American league .pennants arid scored three world's championship victories. In this respect he leads all baseball managers. Mack defeated McGraw twice aod Frank Chance once for the world's .cnam- pionslrfp, lost one battle to McGraw .Connie Mack. George Stallings' and also lost to Braves in 3914. There was no world's series In 1902, the first season Mack won the'Ameri- can league pennant. Connie's club has finished in eighth place for three consecutive campaigns, and many smart ball men believe that Ire *ifi through. He sold McJrmls, Joe Bush and other stars last winter,; and hts team will 'hardly cut any figure in the 191S championship race. Connie was a catcher In his playing days. BA5ITBALL Rowland. DIAMOND NOTES The Cteyelond club has releused pitcher Shoap to Portland. If th* Pirates win the pennant Pittsburgh will be just na gloomy as erer. * * * The Chattanooga club has sold Outfielder Sylvester to Waco of the Texas League, * * « , Evers may lose his throw!ng arm _and his batting eye, trot his chin will- go on forever. * · * * Ton may have a lot of tough luclc, but. yon can always be thankful that yon axe not a minor league magnate., * * * "B E Z" may be .the first loiters of Hugo Bezdet's name, but'his players say "be easy" i3 not hU motto by any means. * · · The veteran ontfieldf-r, Al Schweitz-r, er, last year with Rochester In the In-1 teroattonal, has jolnel Joe Tinker's Cclombus team. * * * . ·; "While the American association will t have no set rule on It, the opinion I seems to be..that practically all.clnbs; wfil start games lure this season. · i * * * ! CRACK TRAPSHOOTER AT TRAVERS ISLAND yr Tpzit*s"ara3T-of "baseball-fana is pulltog for ^-Snndny baseball. \ ·.' · » ' ' » ' . "·., . CbarJes-HeLoe-Wagner Is now coach and scout for..the -Boston Nationals, j ·» * » Uncle Robbie needs a second base- nran. Possibly Hi Myers will be his finfti selection. . ' »- * * American baseball games played In Paris are among the minor Incident* of tho world war. "Kid" Caton is playing his real game. TMs youngster is going to be one of the real stars of the game. = . . * * * . It looks as though Gas Gets' yontb Trill earn him a job ee the regular third baseman on the-Clevelands. . * · .*· Pitcher Ralph Corostock, after polling his regular annnal holdout, has decided to report to the Birmingham Southern league club. * * » "· - - ·'- · If the draft Ifrw had recnrisittoned .all ballplayers the local managers would have a fine chance to wto the pennant this year. * * * The Indianapolis club reports the signing of a young catcher named Henline from Fort -Wayne who is said to have great, possibilities'. . .-· : ;.--, ' - . *' .* '» ".;. '-.- " , ;. ·'. i.St. Louis .eipert, In picking; the prospects of'the' various rfinjor'leasne' clnbs, says the great weakness of the Pirates is In their pitching. * * » f The, New Orleans club wanted Infielder 'Harry Lnnte from CleTClaud, but Mobile, from .which/he.-was. drafted, refused to warse its .claim. Tabourettes Special 35c size Firmed Oak Tab- ,oorertos that ordinarily sen Jor TSc, Not orer 2 to ; a customer. : MMERMAN FURNITURE VIPf " * RUGS VJ OMPANY STOVES "Th« Kg Store Near The Bridge.' 154-158 TTest Craivlord ATenue-Successors Leonard Furaitnre Co. Bozart Rugs In All Sizes. Bozart Rugs--advertised In the leading magazines are sold exclusively at the New Store. UNDERPRICED At the New Store Upholstered Reed Rockers In Antique Ivory and Baronial Brown Beautitul new styles in Rockers and Chairs upholstered in tapestry and crc-tonne and every one priced at a decided saving:. See Our Special Fibre Rockers at $5.75 Solid Oak -I Ft Porch Swing $2.95 Conrilcte irttU Chains. Eitra heavy Solid Oak Swings of best construction. Compare it with other store's 1-1.50 slyies. CEDAR CHESTS AT Lowest Prices Connellsville's greatest showing of Cedar Chests here--all sizes at all prices and a complete array of newest period ettects represented. Reed Carriages and Strollers $11.75 to $45 The newest ideas in Baby Vehicles at the "Big Store near Uie Bridge." See our display and note the many different features that are on this year's styles. Stradivara Phonographs Crex Grass Rugs and Runners All Sizes--All Widths--All Patterns. The famous Crex goods for porch floors, bed rooms and halls, is featured at the Big Store in a complete variety of patterns. You'll Save Here on Floor Coverings TRUf IKS, BAGS AND This B% Model $10O The Stradivara plays ^all records perfectly, uses any needle and is absolute! J" guaranteed both by the maker and ourselves. Hoar it, · Exclusively at the Zimr---'man-Wild Store We are exclusive agents for Belber luggage you see advertised iu the leading magazines. A complete selection here always. Fine Big Art Leather Rockers $19.50 to $35 Beautiful big Art Leather Rockers of finest Spring construction and long wearing qualities. Choice of brown or black covering and every oue worti a third more. Four Passenger Lawn Swings $7-95 Extra Large Size. These Lawn Swings are built to give years of the most severe service--handsomely finished in red and natural. f ·- r =r 1 See Her Fax Farms, Flowers, Glaciers and Totem Poles The Japan current gives · Alaska a. summer climat* like England's. Scan mighty peaks sparkling with ice diamonds in glorious 24-boar'aanshiae--while fields of wild flowers tempt you to pluck · armsfal. of--"blossoms. You go* most coinXorubly on CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMERS threading 1,000 miles of protected ·p»g*nee, past mysiic fjords, creat p*tmon fisheries, rnininsr towns, mad gfyteaqvc totero poles. '. ASK OR WRITE F^ n . RESORT TOUR Nc K-7 G,.J. ivniiRHiA, fi. -A. i*. »«^t." · Cnnnillan. Pact do Khilivny. ,14« «(h Arc., ·· riitKlmefft'.P*. ^b of the Eastern has dectea.Benjamla.^L MouV ton, police comraissioaer of the city, 'as head "of tEe* reorganization; ' · Paul Perritt itcher tta The (piiotoijmjiJi shows H. L. Spocts, the cruck tntpghootfr. wbo was . de- (eated* in competitlor: at the. contests held by tlio XI»TV VorJ: Atoletic"club at Jravers l^iaud- ants. He's the New STorfcer's tiucle. Mar Carey," the"fieef-fobted Pirate,' Is lambasting the bail in : the spring games, VhJch is a source of drfight to Hugo Bezdek. Frits Mollwitz is also clouting at a- good clip. " · * * * v Pitcher Lefty George, ·who didn't go'south with the. Detroit Tigers for H'Ccme-bact effort After all.'has-signecl his contract with. Columbus and will postpone nls re-entry .into the .big Ettiow. ' " " Dave Robertson's mysterious job,with rjnole Sam Is disclosed. Ee..j)as;beeji Diade^..,'manager'- M. : ob«."of.. t th'c : ui«LTy, teams at Hampton itoads niiTiil^bas^ but'the report dwes'nqt masceJIt^clear- if be has enlisted or "Is iQerely J "'a/.!:cl- vtlian manager hired,for :the -job .of; boosting..baseball In the navy. ' ,/, · * * . * ' .."""'·"·" · . Tou wp.nt to be csrefnl.-this'seafioni. and.not ask the peamit boy^to give yotL- ft bag of "hot roasted thrift stamps.". The vend ore-will'have the l war Bar-: ies" for sale, which is one more way. rhe national: pastime is to help Uncle Sum · NEW LOCATION . STOP--MrOX-rHKA.T) BENNETT BROTHERS Automobile Wreckers Highest Prices Paid for All Makes Cars . "We sell second-hand parts and accessories for all nmk^ff of cars at -' lowest prices. GET THE "BEySBTT" MBIT A5D . SATE 3IOJTEY. - Open Sunday ]0 Ai-M. to 1 P. M. · Corner Hoss and 'Waiter Streets . FmsBCEGH, PA; Bell Ribne Court'3252. FOR SALE ·' , · · ' - ·»'· . :**'' Autoinobilc Tires For a few. days onl j Special Prices on all sizes H. S. Call Bud:· investigate nt ill'lV CKA^TOKD ATEXUE, .; . ! »TEST SIDE,. Yough Trust Company Connellsville, Pa. To Our Depositors and Friends: We went "Over the Top" in our Third Liberty Loan Drive when 1190 persons subscribed for $290,000 worth of bonds through this bank. Now let us go "Over the Top" 'in the Red Cross Drive. Every bond buyer should be a contributor to the Red Cross. Help Save the JBoys. Help Care for the Wounded. Help the Suffering in all lands. Help Rehabilitate a Stricken World. The Liberty Loan appealed to your business sense and your mind. It is a splendid investment at 4 1-4%. The Red Cross appeals to your business sense and your heart. It is also a splendid investment at 100% in the consciousness of a patriotic duty well done. We will be glad to serve you in this as in other things. Gut out the coupon attached; fill in the amount you wish to contribute; sign and mail to us. 'We will do the rest. Do not delay. You might be missed by the solicitor. Very sincerely, E. R. Floto, Treasurer. Connellsville, Pa., May IS, 191S. Yough. Trust Company, Connellsville, Pa. . I authorize you to subscribe ? to the $100,000,000 RED CE.OSS FUND; and charge my account. Classified Ads. One Cent i Word. ooooooooaesoooaoooooooooot^ § Patronize Those Who Advertise in This Paper. | SQOQQOOQQQOQOQCC^^

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