The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 17, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 17, 1918
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flFTENNIS^HANPIONSHIPS v VOLUNTEER TOTI6HT FOR UNCLE SAM and national champion- bi the . »a« Joined TJnct* Sun's naval ·T ttM Oriental aHitches. Harold Throck- artfflery, and kw been: assigned to duty the nattoaaT patriotic -v* THE DAILt-COURIER, CONNELLSVUXK PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1915. BASEBALbPLAYErTdL i ·;· . TRAVEL IN; Mdjr^RCAR?;: ·':Automobiles':Vlil' J )· the Pacific Cqttiit Bawsball league j ; In ' transporting .the -teains 'be-:,. tweon :San 'Francisco... and Los J ; .Angeles;' '· diiiitance of."nearly , ' ·'·Sl)0 milei,-it.wns announced'by J ; .'Allan T. Banm/pregidcnf' b£ the i . lengofc. ' ,;"| ; '.. .' .' ·'· . '· | | ". The Incrijtsefl railroad and + Pnllmari fares; effective ' Jnne J lO, made It imperative for tne .. -lengue to take this step, he said. · ] | The .expenses ."of' automobile j · ; transportntion. he said,.' .would ] | be about the same as railroad i - '-.'tarc under the present rates. | | MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS BOtHPHONtS OPPMAN'5 TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELL.SVILLE. PA: FAMOUS ATHLETE AT !· PHILADELPHIA MEET] . · . .. · i SLOW (WE MHO FOR TUfWER 'tat- MvMn Waa WOOa* **· ty In t-joat lanember } "' "the aata, bat It mast have been ·j . ' -: eraj^yetns ana, as George Mnllln was ·· pttcaing for Detwit. Daring M» first *te ttooes mi, Terrymade and a toipie^off the Tiger pitcher. TJp for the ifctth aiae ·Muian'attd: "Terry.: I want yon- to make It «ii . __ straight in.a row, as you fellows have · ' me' beat anyway." -····'- -With ihat he lobbed.up to Terry. r - The - tetter, swung wlCr all his mjght,- '..; . ;bet instead'of rMtttng for'another ex. base, a» he anticipated, he lifted - ..,-a Jty that came cloee to breaking the aWtade record. . -.' -., ':;;.., . , BA5C5ALL 5TORIE5 "JVBm ;ffi~»-^.- :*w packs .away .a healthy panch in thai war dob of. his. Joe Boehllng. entwhlle southpaw of · the Senatcn aad Indians, has-been or- lered to report at Camp tee. JVw ranis are .scored off Stanley Cor- fleski of the Caerelaixl clnb.' When he loses tt to asnally by a low. score. . .^Arthnr a ToaiBnsoa, eaptaki of the Wesleyan college baseball'· team, has left conege'to eatir.aaval avtaflon. " "'Once apoo a time there was a L ball player who while in ·_._ aa^ n^'^lau^Bbfl wa»'· ~ " " Uaf HallBVb UaT .OVCVrQ'·*)·'· r:,--*^-v · ·]:-·: Msaacv Banwr of dw^Ud *ox eoa- ' tavses hi bis bant for rnrrris ~ PECULIAR PMY *T ST. LOUIS DwMm of Umplra Rigl«r )· Qam* Bo- tw*» . Doriger* and Cardinal* T ' ' , Uari* to Protect . . ' . A p«mHar pJiy in the St tonto- Brooklyn game led to - a-, protest by Iran Olson of the Dodgers. In the ·IxtB inalnir iwith .BaJrS on aecond Crulae hit a liner to canter which Hlckman ,«topped bat failed to hpM. -Balrd rcECJKd and touched third lose, bnt thinking the ball had been caught, atarted back toward, aecond. . After golnf back about twenty feet he was wised op Dy^^the coachea and cot acroSB the diamond to the home plate and scored. Umpire Elgler ruled that after a player had once touched third baac be wa» not compelled to retouch It. Olson proteated the decision and was fired oet. of .the. game. The game wa* won by St Louis 15 to 12. DIAMOND ·WEES Another homer for Ruth. Wonder If .the big rfeUow, ha. nothing else In ' · ' - · - · ' · · .it. -·:+.. . · wyweaktathl* e :'a' . ·tir-'ttaVeDBBt'laBgM Tork · to. the BMtonal i to htt the ban i Beds, acd be baa played hi Ok* only mof*e IB (be te'a 1««J dar- mi-- hm**ar ta.«M on. an baflfld fly · "*' '· MeOraw na«y hwl . _ ,, » »_ CnVOm »»rt. wwrtea n*ao long as they Jet him play -Ha de« aa £oy Pattarsoo and : Tew Hagbes naesBtty aad has WUBaala.7 Otts Clrsaer and ^ In laaarva right to « new t«ac a« they tn tha - ·-'· j* Oeorga Tylert ' lirother Tred, a c%tcber'wltb:'ttraTWaceeatcr leagoe ctab, baa been daty In th»ana. 'Stm'rs-aOar broOP taflb«?kr th*'I»»» er, BTO. Jna t*c algnad f br tbat dab for a Mai. ,The cab aaathpaw eoana freai a iiiitaU faanbT. AMatan at dark ar nl * * WMDU aad . .WafMtt ftMt, «·· J««t Wartm ~ toBBa, areplaased w«« the a has baaa nanlated a b» aa SatlaBal tray. Mek- WM ataAei bar faO. to ceryoral and later to ·erpaat. Ha bjd a^arlmce ta · mfi. Ban Johnna, prealdeat at OKI Am«r- tcan leacne; doea not fSTor nQroad raten for ban plnyeri. .-· · ·.· : * · . ' '."· . Hmgo Bexdak and Dreyfna* an arm chackllng orer ta* deal they-, mad* with tha Brooklyn club laat winter. ' · - . · - ' * ' ·/ * ' ~ - .. "· Good Idea to have itar players In the army come~ cict "to 'ttietr cloba now; and thii" wa»en : fnrloojtha are - .WhenvBob Baimioa n*d tbat Benny Kanff bid been dr«fted be remarked: "ir« too b*d:h» WMnt called a mtle :r ..;. ~. " ' . . . . . · . ····... ·^··~ · '-- · ' · ' The suspension · of tb* "wot* or flght" ord«r,as; appacahle .to: Buijor leagnen,came as s Dig nllef to niaoy of . . . . . :. Otto JacoW, ftc the laat two M. aona a catcher for. the, Joilet team of tba adcago'Ieagae; bar; been atgned by Manage Bowhurf f«r v the White ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' . ',. PMthar P»al BtoaiaT cad: Shortstop Brace Hartford it' tt» iI)M Montea Wotatii le«ca« baB etab ham bean caHed tat aantc* In *th* National PJctolch, who hV now laUMag. for -tha -Waialn(too ttob, WM once the praptrty of the Tankwa, tboagh be nncr 'played a. game with the Hew '' ' " " " ' " I According to a Newark witter. Joe lannta hi the: real financial backer, of the. Newark Inttmadcoali. He aieo backa BitEalo aad Syracne^ him three ctuha to the league aflElr. The umual Inter col leg Lute in«t ut Franklin field. University of Pennsy* 1 Yanla* Philadelphia, was witnessed by , Lieut. John Paul Jones, world cham- 'plon Diilc nmner, and liero athlete of Cornell' university. BEFORE GOEVG TO THE FBOST the soldier should make a will and name therein an Executor. Appoint the Title Trust Company' of Western Pennsylvania as your Executor and; you are assurV ed without doubt,- that your estate will itave the best possible management. Call or write us for any desired particulars. SCOUTS^ IN FOR TOUGH YEAR 'Ivory Hunters In for Mott Strenuous Seaaon, Says Jack. McAllister . o f Indiana. · . ' . . ' · · The taseban scout who gets through this season without nervous prostration or something worse will be lucky. That's the opinion of Jack McAllister, scout of the Cleveland Indiana, who predicts this will be the most strentt- ons year the Ivory hunters have ever had. - ' · · ' · "Every ball club will have to keep .plugging np holes during the. season," McAllister said.. "Men will be lost In the army draft right along and the wise manager and scout must anticipate these losses and get men who may fin in as soon as the regulars an called. . . . :'. . "What Is even more difficult from our 'standpoint is that wo cannot go Into the'minors anil take men In the draft age, as It'wouldn't be long until their placet would have to be filled. It resolves Itself into a proposition of getting met, either over or under tho draft age, and .'players of this class are elthei apt to be too Inexperienced for big league'play or too old to be of much service.-.' : . ' ; . . . . ·"Another difficulty Is tint the minors are hit as hard as the majors and are not wining to-let loose of players aa readily: as 'In normal years." UNSURPASSED COMMERCIAL SERVICE War-Time requirements of bus'. inesa men given careful attention. . Prompt loans and' discounts 'upon proper security. " '.Collections at all .poults. Personal . checking · accounts cordially .invited. · . - '· ' Checks drawn on this bank are , payable al par in New York. No charge lor collection. Ypur business is invited. FIRST MlONAL VNK 129 IT. Crawford Aye, CoaaeHsTfllt. -The Bank taat D»o Things for Tan" Literal Interest on Time Deposits. There Are Real Bargains at 7IMMERMAN FURNITURE RUGS OMPANY STOVES · "The Big Store Near The Bridge." 154-158 West Crawford Avemie.Suecc.ssors Leonard Furniture Co. For July Buyers All through the Big Store will be found Special Value* that afford Savings of a third or more on what you would have to pay elsewhere. No matter what you need for the home it will pay you to investigate here first. See the New Styles in Duofold Suites Distinctly new ideas in Duofold Suites and ^Davenports at the Zimmerman-Wild Store. See them while our stock is complete- Buy now--prices will be higher in the Pall. Vacationists Will Save at the Zimmerman-Wild Store on Trunks, Bags and Suitcases. We sell the nationally advertised Belber Luggage at prices to suit all purses. Suit Cases, .Special Clearance of Summer Furniture, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages Our big stock of hot weather goods is now priced for quick selling. If you need Refrigerators, Porch Furniture or a Carriage for the, little one, see these Clearance values. The Zimmerman-Wild Store Sells Sealy Tuftless Mattresses Exclusively in Connellsville. The world's finest mattress --no tufts to catch dust--guaranteed for twenty years--"sleeping on a Sealy is like sleeping on a cloud." ZIMMERMAN-WILD CO.--THE BIG STORE NEAR THE BRIDGE. Want Something? Advertise for it in these columns Commercial Printing' of all kinds Done at 15he Courier Job Printing' Office. ANDY KYLE IS HEADED RIGHT Being a Canadian, He DMn't Think It Was Naoessary to Register- Then Hs Enlists. , · j Andy'Kyle, well-known minor leaguer, has'gone Into the; army: of Uncle 8am and thnssntlsfled the demands of two nations'.; Kyle is of;draft age, but being a.Canadian, thought he did not have to register In the States, He foand out differently anil was hanled np.and' told where to head la. Be headed by anUsUng. NO-HIT GAME FOR LEONARD Oserge Wnttted. who xseently en-| HaaiJ ro the anay.'aays «e wants to' get over to France aad 4e some fighting. Qeorg* hasnt the wttstlc temperament and says he cralda't paint a ship to a thonannd years. · · V "The American troops In France want baseball beta. But Una by no means ladlcates thay^are plaanlng for a home Victory Over Detroit Ttgera Waa HI* Second In Amertaan League-- Neariy;paHect Qime, Dotch Leonard's no-hit game agalnvt the Detroit .Tigers the other ; day. waa hla second In the American league. IHe twirled the other one against the St Loata Browns on 30, -1918. i iaa» on tmlU to Veach in the game at Detroit was the. only thing tbat atood between Leonard and a parted laboU Hae -Oaeful" Plan. Frank IsbeB. president of the Wichita club, has a acheme to atuiae ball players tn a "taeftii" occnpatlon. He JOggeeta that the pUiyers be tnroed loote to the harrest QeldB whati the erop». are ripe and be allowed to go back to baatball after compleUns the THE VXITED 9PBCJ-ILISSTS H«;vl»it ; »t.the Haar.Hotel,. Connelli ·H1U 1»» S. Water atrtet Room 2, Sec on«. floor, every. Thur«d»j» e«ch wee'lc at I A. X. to S E It. Hon«»t Beliable Service. B«wilt» and Perauuient Prmetiee. For men and women Up to dat« Treatment for alt. chronic nervoiu compliea.ted bloodv ffen«ral mad apeci- fic dtaeuws. No matter what your drt«a»e, Bee^thuB nwdaUsti, who often ear* aftar others tall. ConsoltAtlona free %nd -eonfldentjal. 'Terms always Svery Wedxaday and Satarday also at Fvnfc«nf« Hotel. Uatontown. Investigation Never Lost a Mao a Dollar, But Has Made Thousands for Many 'T'HE Courier fob Department can save you money and time on your printing needs, for we have the most modern equipped printing plant in Fayette county. All we ask is a, chance to bid on your work, surely we are entitled to this. Investigate our service and printing. CALL ON EITHER PHONE THE COOLER COMPANY Job Printing Department

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