The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 1, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, July 1, 1918
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SEX THE DAILY COURIER. CONNElXSVILJLi;. , JTTJDY 1, 1518. *. '»'·- MCKIES ENJOY BOXING LESSONS AT CAUFORNIA NAVAL TRAINING STATION ·r- yz.- Sail* photograph shwm ttro of tie/promlnent/fioxing instructors at the ' -TtfttOL Satat amr*l training : «atim In -a four-ronod match'while the gallon 1 clNtr them,, on.- r'jj-.-.' . . . - · · ' · · ' - r : : - ' ' · · · · . ' WORLD'S CHAMPIONS . SELDOM COME BACK But Three Sets of Teams Have Accomplished This Feat. '. ·ANA6ER HENDRICKS TAKES SUGGESTIONS, Hew'not ofjSL'Loufe CardmaU Girts Hi *t *»MI»* ««y {.«!*» In CM- netMf T»«m"Ar« ' Scing *Clb*cly_ / by Critic*-- McViiM ' Mo pawn in the '»·]« leapiet; per- u bMB »· closrtr itched by * liMCl«ll critic* thn»'i»r thU t«r tm tt» mtPof 1(H»«», tmm* to the St LM*»- T»ifUf»ln tMl ye« Vs m«n»ger. !»»·*«»' W"t»rtlc»?' Whit "method! fee* be pn«n to : wln? Is h« » ewi «Ri» b* (MtfeT . -Ii.W » 800.1 k»- »r? ·WBLhJ* len w«k far Mm? Tttetc mic o«ty ·» trw at 'the qbesttotw; that hoc VMB «A«d axd th«'fc«t diy« of . the taam have Men mott of them If"; :·?,?': Hcndrlckm let U b « known «t'the titifet,the:»mi« -tt»t be 1» ntt the MM to rcfHc «oar«"Mo«^^ He reMrVa Bad JodjiotBt lor WnwtM. but pJaTen ·w*o Tenrore to teil their raipaser what ahovM be done under certain cJrcnm- ttaaces an opt r'ebake*--fo- Hendrlcks ta not a caar. He realizes tliat he Is new to th«;ieafae,,that h» la prmctlcal- tf umeo/naiated with the pincers and tfee atrate£7 oppootzt; Mm and he has "aiked tkot there be,no modeaty among hlaacD. - Nor U HemJrtcka th* type oflman- a(er who drtrea bis plajcrs. Steady a.i to cempomire, quick thinking, he rc- fnses to "rlda" Ms men ·for misplays. Tbi" doea net Biican that he is not crit- .{cal, for he ttO*prery man of 'his mistakes aorf liuymiK.htm wfth the tact QadfM·do«B%-wlA'11iem repeated. . CBJfte:n«Jd«r Jmtt; who -pilots the MJioc -laaciiw eonpctitor-la 8t Loula, Jia*rlcki'dla«» : pet' keep a record of ' -; Hi depeada 'entirely on-his "SAILOR" MEEHAN IS POPULAR AS A BOXER j Cub*r Tigers and Giants Are Only ! Clubs That Have Won Thre* : Straight Pennant* -- St. Louis 1 Brown* Made Record. ! It the Giants and WW.(e Sox meet : In the world's series this lull they will j j be the fourth ' pair ' of . teams to meet twice In succession for the title. Bftsebula-'hlatory dating back to 1884 shows that but three sets of teams hare ftcoQplisked this feat before, nnl (be Cubs and Tigers are the only. teiims itt modern, baseball history who! have monopolized the big series for: two straight years.' ' The famous Cubs of 1006 tO'1908J won three straight pennants for Chl-j cago in the National league, and thelrJ first world's scries In modern competition between the National and Ainer-j icfln leagues resulted In defeat at the] hands of the White Sox, The nexlj two .Tears, 1907 and. 1908. the Cubs battled Detroit in the fall classic, and on both occasions they annexed th« bunting. Another Interesting feature is th« fact thnt the Cubs, Tigers and Gianttf are the. only clubs that have won thre« ' straight pennants la. either bif? Jengn*.! since the American league was formed;! la title series for Use world's championship prior to the formation of t»{{ NOTES Cy Palkenberg seems to b« about due tor a trial In the majors. » * * Al Wlcklund Is the "Boston Braves' I leading oucfieldor nnd slugger. ;| After hlttinj; safely In eleven games George Sisleriwent hitless before Carl' Mays. . i : · · · · ' . . ' . ' · · i Pat Moran teems to have good right i meters In his club, but Is'shy ol left' American league the Clitcago Natloivj als and the famous . old St. LoulK Browns of the American, association met two auccessiTe years for the championship-- in 1S85 aud 1886. In 18S|fj find 1S06 Clerclnnd and Baltimore njt.'l In what . WES known ns the Temple Cup series, played between the firm and second place clubs io. the Nntlona' league., So the "White Sox and Ginnts, picked by a majority of the critics to repeat In -their respective .Ie«uue« this yei.r hnve 'a chunce to break into a rathei erclnstre class of world's series tennis "WTiile mentioning past performance* of boll clubs It" appears that the oK St. Louis Brown's of Chris von E-ei Ahe established a record tbnt wtl probably ?tanU for many rpnr*' t* come. The Browns won four wtrnlg'hf penntinta In the old American association. BODIE, MOST "KIDDED" ' . PLAYER, IS YANK STAR OLD MSEBOLLS ARII USEFUL : Yam hi Wli«l«t fm* ftcod for Knit- tlBf twaalan for.ScMicr Boya. . ..-·'···· '· Maw In Franco./; ·' an ijw been found for used t«-dtaeutmn. being. mad« Baro«7 Dttjtvss of the _ Pirate* Tbto ne recently «' 'WteT from _a _patrio«c MfoflowB: of our assoda: nelmets, «clwr art»cl«'liar tbe'boy* ecpedlUovary fores As a- apertal · faVor we are kindly «U«rlm«iit3d "with tb« at ·O*:rrcttmlaD*l b»Da 'et tt»NiiUbokl 'leiagne iiiJ jprt tliirtt ntiniTt- 1 -- ' -- ·""* ·*" ' . . .. . · l "B, r yon''«a«;«aaiy««r- war "dear to 'gi'ail tfctl mtatft '.·*· fee). -tint yon -wa-.»e«oaiT^W*t»«;Ta'a great faTor, ' l«a : 'over "Sailor" Willie Meehan, the PacHlc coait .heaTTwelcbt champion,- is one of the most popular boiera Trho erer stepped, over the ropes in a S«a Francisco rlof. He is now stationed at tbe-SaB Pedro, ·xtiere he Is acting'as boihus tor. BASEBALL' GAME IN FRANC!:; Five Leagues or Section! Have Been ' Formed "in ' American Army, Each of Six Team*. Baseball in the -American army in France gra'dnally is becoming, organized, rive leagues or sections have been formed; each of six teams, making*-.30,teams In",all. ' The six.teams of each section will play a short sea- aon, with the winners in each section meeting later. Besides these 30 recog- nlied.league teams, the soldiers, of coarse, nnre a few hundred other tpams more .or'less definitely organ- lied. KILLEFER AT CAMP FUNSTON hanct handers. ·- · * - - · » We don't hear so mnch of the bean ball :hls yew. Players' heads most be growing harder. * * « · Oscar'Tnero, the Cuban pitcher, has; been recalled from Little Rock by the j St Louis Nationals. i . * * * Merito Acosta hns been tr.rn.ed over j to the Atlanta Crackers In the deal that '·- wfll semi Vai Piclnich bo the Griffs. I * . . | Tommy Lonff, once a major leagner, j but better known us a Southern! leaguer, has been culled In the draft, J . . . | Buck ITnsemua, one time home-rim j king of the big leagues, is .now corn-' Ing his daily bread umpiring In the \ American association. | * * » - I Rath hits played three positions for' thf Red Sox thli sen son, Schnnp hns ployed two nnd Mcltmls has been a t ' third base and at first. * · · ' For a team that hns several of It* ; alngserR batting right handed the St.': Louis Cardinal? nrc unusually weak against left-hnndftd pltcblng; : * · * Whether Mclnnls ^onld have he-; come n great third baseman or not will ; noc he known, is he is back at first' base-again and quite likely to. stay, there. · * - * i The Cincinnati Rvdr are down to the | smallest roster carried by any hi? i Kiffue club since 1S92. There nre b n t i 37 players on Garry Herrmann's puy! rolL · * * · The Ontario Baseball Amateur aewo- i Oatlon has tncceedetl the Ontario bus*: ball commljwlon nt tbe governing body i tn amateur twufebail fo. the Dominion · of Canada. . \ » » » · Ko one talks of B^inte Zimmerman. as a veteran of th*» jrnme, bnt he J«J He la one'Of the oldest players in point! of service in the National league. He. has b«*n In it 13 yearn. * ' * · OTH* OTfcara haa Improved greatly In his all around'play since be htul,his first tryoiu with the Robins. 'Lncl* «£ 1 Cocfid*.ice hnrt him then, bnt a ro- joara 1« tbe minors fixed that ; * * * i Wlth the dejKi rmr e of Pa rncs tor j Gump Funst'in. the Glnnts ran. Tip- a ! totnl of free m»n contriboted to the ; National nrniy rhls -*ea«on. The other* ore Bulrd, Kelly, John Paul Jones | and Ilnbe Bcnton. i . . . . | Maoager M.tchfU of the Cnbs COD- I tcndti thnt. Hal Chase I* the Icing of j lirKt basemen. »nd in thnt. he Is ?np- j ported by vnUio Keeler. who says that! Chnso know? more about playinp the' b»B than any otlwrr man he has ever [MERMAN WILD f OIVJP ANY · W ·· I FURNITURE " RUGS'V STOVES "Th« Big Store Near The Bridge." 154-15S West Crawford ATeniie.Sncwssors .Leonard Furniture Co. Limberts' Nationally Advertised Fine Period Furniture EXCLUSIVELY AT THE ZIMMERMAN-WILD STORE The handiwork of the world's best crafstmen is represented in the famed Limbert Furniture--life-time creations that you will be proud to own and live with. We deem it an honor to be the exclusive selling agency in Connellsville for Limbert Furniture. You are urged to See Window Display Limberts' Dining and Library Suites Your floors will look better, stay cleaner, make home more pleasant and housework easier^ with SPECIAL SALE Reed and Fibre Strollers and Carriages $8.90, $14.75 $24,50 and $29.50 See WindowDisplay NEPDNSET Floor Covering Cub Catcher Wfll Join Grow All* .- ander · Inatead of Going v t«"Cuatar War Horrorai . BUI. KUlefer, catcher q* the Cnbs, ··will-be allowed his preference of trala- ·Ing campa-wben He-goes into th« armf ;and Trill Join' QraVer Alezaader at [Camp .FiinBton, instead'at'johij t«. .Camp;Coster, which Trould ordinarily ·be hls)' : 'cantoninent' according to "Toca- ^tkio. Klllefer.and Alei.''ore"grea"t com- 'radesliind the horrors ;of war will seem laaai to tham If they are · together. A dull, depressing room is made warm and inviting thi moment its floor is covered with Neponset Floor Covering Grease won't soak in and spread. Refreshing to the ey and highly sanitary. Thick and tough. Wonderfully resilient to the step Easy to .keep clean. Enduring. Lies flat without tacking Artistic color designs specially suitable for kitchen, bed-room, bath-room, play-room, porch, sewing-room, halls and closets. Makes a neglected room look like new. Come in and examine our many new designs ?oday. . One of 'bnsebair« most rietlcnted players is .now the aensntion of the Yantees. He Js Plop Bodle, who brut been kidded ever Ktnce he broke into toe biK' leajriiefl. Ping went to the White Sox heralded as a fence bnsrer, and when he foiled to live np to his reputation'he was joshed so much that be had to leave the team. . But Bodie appenrs to here found himself. He has been largely instrumental la the rejuvenated ranis winning. The club is climbing to the front, and BedJe's We stick is reapon- ·dble. For The Liberty Of the World One hundred and forty-two years ago the Declaration of Independence was signed. Today we are engaged in a dead) struggle for the liberty ot the world. ^ Lot the Glorious Fourth be marked by some, act that will help to win tbs war. One of the. simplest ways is to buy i Liberty Bond. By joining our Bond Club, Bonds may be paid for in easy installments. Fetter Quit. BaaebaU. Qeorg* Foster, former Jl«1 Sox pitcher, declares he hv out of baseball for good. He refused a Cincinnati contract for .14,200 nnd a bonus oit fl,000 for ·winning 2} game*. NATIOML toft That is expressive of our service--nothing is omitted-to make it complete, accurate, prompt and courteous. We take much pleasure in aatlafying our Customers' requirements. Checking Accounts are solicited. 129 If. Crawford Are., ConnellBtlDe. -The Bank tkat Does Things for Yon" Liberal Interest on Time Deposits. J. B. KURTZ, KOTAR-. PUBLiC AND R E A L ESTATE. Ma. i Vouth M»OOM Lam. i»a. i\ 300OO N O T I C E To Merchants, Manufacturers, Garages and any one whom it may interest in Coanellsville, Scottdale, Mount Pleasant, Dawson, Vanderbilt and Dunbar. Beginning Monday, June 24th, Wells-Mills Motor Car Company will make daily round trips to Pittsburg for parcels and express up to 250* pounds in any one shipment. Phone ns your instructions. * Wells-Mills Motor Car Co. COXXELLSVJXLE, FA. Bell Phone 1022. - Tri-State 502 CAP-STCBW WE .AM,-FEEL.AS "CAP" DOES, THESE DATS. EH HIUE IN ft **« SHIR AN SOO»*VV! -BLOW -Jf OLE O-BOATST Bj- EDWDiJ

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