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I jLk pf^ VKSRVOOD - The heroism of Anthony Wilding of S|v. -''Australia, the greatest tennis player E? i ,Of . them all is to be reflected by A men .can tennis stars. &}? > Wilding was one of the first of AusISjf. tralia's great athletes to enlist for ser | vice In Elurope. He was blown to pieces Ee ~by a shell on the west front, pi"' Noy American 'tennis stars are preps paring to be among the first to answer Uncle Sam's call to the colors. Among the first ten in American ten%..R-nls circles last year.tsix arc alreadt ^ ,' 5-planning for active duty in the trcnchPy'-'R; Norrls Williams, American sin s?1br ehamnion. will enter the artillery. HK& >He has recently been at Governor's ^Island studying the big guns and preffwir HI Jill f;" Both Teams are Expected to Hp.' Pu(t Up Good Exhi^ I, MOHGANTOWN, W. Va? May 1 ? Ki;' Slorgantown, West Virginia University ' gg.' and Coach Hickmdn's baseball squad, IS:! "are collectively ready and fit for the Eg.'-, reception to be tendered the Univ :r-1 Iff,:"!Bity of Pittsburgh baseball learn 011 occasion of its visit here tomoriow , | ^ tor the first time since the spring of; Es. v To date there have been no games of: E?': V^great interest on the baseball sched^Rj. -: ale aiffl the appetites of the iocul fans p:: '.'have merely been whetted for the more . & ". Importaat and more Interesting games ^ ^that are now to come. Pitt, unguesbfenohlv will nffor n? stiff nnnnslfinn ;is I ,W. V. U. will face this year. The Phis - burgh team has played two games, I k ;,beating Ohio Wesleyan, a team tha. is! ;'f ^Usually. strong, by the score of 15-4 showing strength in every departp ment that bodes ill for Hickman's if- crew unless they got out their was . clubs in more strenuous fashion thai. has been the case in the majoritjtof a the games played to date. In the sec-1 p ,ond Pittsburgh Independent game j d?i here on Saturday the team fell into; Its stride once or twice and literally j ' rained safe drives into the outfield,1 V but previous to that, hits had always, - (been scarce when hits meant rugs. It Is certain, however, that llodgers, Flinn, Fidler, King, Stoops, Garden, j Morrow, Ayers and the others wil: strike their stride soon and Hickman Pt.: is hoping that It will be on Wednesday, j iip' Pitt will no doubt prove to be one of the best diamond attractions that 1ms j ever been brought to Jlorgantown. The fact that four of Hie members of Pitt's . ycjiampionsblp football team are piaylug baseball in the persons of Hastings ; T 'Jit short; DeHart at third; Carlson at Second and SIbb in left field will prove tan added attraction. Hastings was an , H|/ 11 'All-American football man last year: Ki and the other three received meutioii j Bk by practically all critics. ; Palatine Baptists to B?; f / Form Church Team " All the candidates for and those Injipi. terested in the Palatino Baptist churcli! K- team will meet at the church this eventag to make plans and arrange for the 1 IK coming season. Considerable eut.hu- r tw-" siasm is being evincod by the members Of the team and their supporters, and fife/- the church league championship is the i Hv, goal towards which they all are striv|H|y. '4t :A practice game will be plaj-ed be .. tween the Palatine Baptist church ||!r team and the First M. P. church team at Sonth Side Park tomorrow evening BKtf- at 6 o'clock and the contest 1b expecti HI *d to prove Interesting. ML'?' i How Window QIobi Is Made, ?: ' Window glass Is blown in the shape t>f long cylinders, which are cut open along one side and then placed on a i ' Btono in a hot. furnace, where they KfeVWfrdOally collapse and flatten out Into - a big sheet of glass. Often the glass ^ breaks during this process, or even ex^^d^^rmta^thougands orpleceB,^ , | \LL FOLLOW LEAD OF WILDING-JOIN W^BssSgml /v:^B x 1Hw/ wifc^ $$/$%??'%: H0Kk HSqSb&l \ -' ''^1 i BEHR paring to enlist. Clarence Griffin, joint holder wu.it William Johnston, of the national donhies title has been accepted for the Plattsburg training camp which will open May S. Griffin was first out ol several thousand applicants to be accepted. George M. Church has abandoned plans for tournament play this summer and will join the aviation corps. Watson M. Waterbury, Dean Mathey and Karl Ilehr arc all studying to take examinations for commissions. Charlie Weghman might make a hospital out of the Cubs park. He'll have to if any more players get laid out. if ballplayers decide to adopt ornamental whiskers it will be interesting to see Ty Cohb with a full beard sliding into second and dusting out the KIL-O v. U I IUIIIU. Wallie Schang is sporting .a mustache. Now if Mack could sign Lilts player Uooe he ought to bo able cc scare out tho league. Fred Welsh must believe that one is born every minute, lie wants to box Charlie White again. Johnny Griffiths and Kid Lewis ate to meet again. Thdy ought to be on real friendly tonus by this time. Silent Dan Morgan should make a good recruit for the army gas brigade. Tip of Your Nose. If von feel the tip of your nose you xvill find Hint there is a tiny cleft there. People with negro blood in their veins are said not to possess this.division. MUNITIONS GIRLS FII r. &m Ijj^ * [JNCLE SAM'S SERVICE J ' ^ I \ J *? I: / f , 1 | f ^ I | I CHURCH |5 < Ma they was at the Platttsburg ramp last summer and is greatly interesteu in preparedness. With six men from the first ten in American tennis it is reasonable i'J suppose that American tennis will fur, nish its proportionate quota for service in the great war. irsir j fib am [Fairview High Team is the Attraction This Afternoon. j i A contest which promises to prove decidedly interesting for tlie spectators as well as for Fairview will be | staged at South Side park this evening j between the local high school and the i Fairview high school baseball teams. : This is the first opportunity local fans have had to see -the Fairmont high j boys in action oti their home field this 1 suason and a good turnout is expected j despite the unsettled weather. The team has been acquitting it3elf i very creditably on its trips and is conI fident of the outcome of the contest j this evening, although admitting that Fairview will probably make it inter csting. Captain Fleming asserts tuat his team is out for the Monongahela Voilav / lmmrHnncliin nnd the nast af forts of the team tell the same story. The game this afternoon Is scheduled to begin at 3:30 and an admission of 15 and 25 cents will be charged. W FUN IN FOOTBALL Girls of nil English munitions factory arc here shown playing soccer football between working hours. Teams represent different departments. 'AI I u -nu?"r?^^pii5^rjiirrr?u * nn o HVT ? kUV * f I A 6ZEKT4 A-^comic!* ' > ?' - BO) Baseball at a Glance. NATIONAL LEAGUE Result* Yesterday Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 2. Pittsburgh-Cincinnati, rain. Brooklyn-New York, wet grounds. Chicago-St. Louis, rain. STANDING OF THE CLUBS W L Pet New York 8 4 .667 St. Louis 9 6 .600 Q 7 KSS VUiVBOU , .hi. ... . i * ? Boston 6 6 .545 Cincinnati 9 10 .474 Philadelphia 6 7 .462 Pittsburgh 7 11 .389 Brooklyn 3 7 .300 Games Scheduled Today Brooklyn at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Chicago at St. Louis. II AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston, 6; Philadelphia, 3. New York, 4; Washington, 3. St. Louis, 4; Cleveland, 2. Detroit-Chicago, rain. STANDING OF THE CLUBS W L Pet Boston 9 4 .692 Chicago 10 6 .625 New York 7 6 .583 St. Louis 8 7 .533 Cleveland 8 9 .471 Philadelphia 6 8 .429 Detroit . 5 9 .357 Washington 4 9 .308 Game* 8eheduled Today Detroit at Chicago. St. Louis at Cleveland. New York at Washington. Philadelphia at Boston. IF? Rrmr If' As the impi Brothers ci Brothers de them. This is in pi ted by Dodi They look i ment of the It is a plain and to the ] | There is nc ' improvemei The public j time, and approval. | And so, wl j goes oh ev until after i The car is t two years ? Yet there i: <s a better c The car of than the cai I if 'Not becaus increased? i But especii constructioi the shop p i And still, tl I every subse I That is pro cars, no nru I built, are cri | ' 9 W I louring Car or Rei Sedan, $12 Winter Touring Car or 4XfprJoM/.aJ ^^CHESTNIJ meue A . HfcaTT \ MINUTE- fe'THEOW: rjjfwvm '* /^V SEEIN6 HIS >/ ! I VW^,NJi fSte^ i , /*" * _ [1NG < 1 MANN1NGT Held Meeting 1 There wee a business meeting of Mrs. Prlchard's Bible class at the home 0 of Mrs. Prichard on Pleasant street, C; Monday evening. a Get* HI* Philip Stenger convicted on a bootlegging charge in Squire Barrack's court Monday morning was given sixty b days and one hundred dollars tine. t< He was taken to the county jail on the noon car. ' ri Being Enlarged j; Work has been started on an addl- ? tion to the Arlington hotel. The addition will be 40x30 feet" three stories \ high and will contain twenty-four h guest rooms, eight of which will have baths and all will be supplied with v hot and cold water. Mr. Adamson, of 0 Marion, lnd., Is the contractor. Pleasant Surprise In time.: past it has been the custom of all insurance companies to charge an extra premium in Lime of war. Ii was therefore a pleasant surprise to Roy H. Stewart, the local repre sentative of the Equitable of New York when he received notice recently from his company that there wouid be no extra premium charged by the Equitable on any policies, up to a cet tali: limit, on the lives of those who enlist in the service of the United States, i Even the war clauses in old Equitable, policies will not be enforced under ecttaln conditions. To Organize Rev. Mr. Mitchell. Miss Virginia Fleming, Miss Helen Miller and Mrs.| I *igjj IValue-AIway rovements are made in Dodge ar nothing is said to Dodge :alers, or to the public, about ursuance of a policy inaugurage Brothers at the very outset. lpon the progressive improvecar as a matter of course. i duty they owe to themselves public. ) necessity of heralding these its in advance. finds out about them in due expresses appreciation and file the process of betterment ery. day, nothing is said of it it is accomplished. jasically the same car as it was igo. sn't a bit of doubt but that it :ar. today is worth more money r of two years ago. ;e the costs of materials have although they have. illy because the standards of n have been steadily raised? ractice made steadily finer. re buyers of the first cars, and fluent car. received full value. ven by the fact that all of the itter how long ago they were iving good service today. It iHU be wall worth year while i STANDARD GAB Madlion St,, Bell 6 idtter $889. 69 Roaditer $1QCQ b. Detroit nii i win n? ~ H r CHARLIE. li I > _ VtiuJwH i A TIME K UTTIE 1 JOVC riASGETscAae^ ,cn jr flSvwroEia. A // s=a?^?P^rr '.<7>; .. 1 3THER SF ON NEWS E , hei 1 1 'i f S. Brett, of Fairmont, will he in to lannington Tuesday evening to assUt ad rganizlng a chapter of the Ameri- nei an Red Cross. The meeting will be eld at seven o'clock in the Presbv- ne :rlan church. wh PERSONALS Mj Emery Scott has returned to Clarks- soi urg after a visit with relatives in jwn. fro F. E. Furbee and Glen Norman have ! turned from a visit to Fairmont. fro Mrs. John Bremen, of Wheeling, * '' i In town for a visit with Miss Emma "0: lartlett. Daniel Wagner has returned to a ' Wheeling after a visit in town with 1 is granddaughter. Mrs. A. M. Burt. ari Mrs. F. J. McKenzie Is here for a vif islt with hor sister, Mrs. B. Cannon, ? n Main street. Mrs. E. G. Smith has returned in FAIRMONT VUL 110 ELKINS ST., NEAR I Service Station for Goodvea THEY ARE HAR Standard Gai we aorrt ao an xne vuicaruzin BELL PHON t sfirowinqGrg It is still further proven by the 1 they command when sold at sec< Any car built by Dodge Brotl mands a high price?whether it twenty-two months, or twelve n two months ago. This high valuation on any ca Dodge Brothers name, has be not by them, but by the public. Dodge Brothers have had fev problems to bother them, and p nothing to do but make the o They are their own severest cr they will never wait for the put for a better car from them. They try to anticipate?to trave to give even more than is expec No material, no part, and no ac barred from Dodge Brothers ca it is too high priced. The only question asked, the o demanded, is of its goodness. When the car was designed, its j charted and chosen according t and with a total disregard of p That policy still prevails, only il intensified. No source of supply can have a standard for Dodge Brotherstoo good can be offered fc Brothers car. That policy, plus a process of test, refinement and proof, mak tinuous progress. That is why it is still the same yet a much finer car. That is why its value is alwayi greater. to examine -thla car at the ahow :AGE CO., INC* Fairmont St. Al (MeKM ABflHSf nMttramOMC* ii ? aeBaggf^ #'""-fe; S- K.r, * *i -v- ?' .-M*; i "4^3:' *iSiJi '" -.^.v -; -. : 4.4 , " . ^s? ? K 'ORTS | I .rksburg after a visit here with her ther, Mrs. Zana Blackshere. ? f| Jrs. C. E. Beatty has returned tram ';& irmont where she was visiting With r parents. M -vfl Charles Drake has moved his family \, I the Tague property In the Clayton V I lilon next to the location for his v home which Is under construction. rbe Misses Florence and Marie Canity have returned from Fairmont ere they were visiting with friends. Sorn Sunday, April 29, to Mr. and s. Will Bogess of the Burt Hill, a - I Ura Tn/iin Weaver has returned int a few days' visit In Clarksburg. Dr. W. R. Andrews has returned m Wheeling where he was visiting th Mrs. Andrews who Is ill in a Klillu) there. I. 1. Adamson. of Marlon, Ind., is business visitor in this city, iarl McWheeler. of Parkersburg, has rived in this city for a business it. TRY A WANT AD _ 1 CANIZING CO. II 1 MORGANTOWN AVE. r & United States Tires D TO BEAT soline 26c g. We do only the best. E 430. ? 9 iter iigh price hnH VionrL lers cornwas built lonths, or * fl r bearing i t :en fixed, v market tactically M ar better. m itics, and a lie to ask 1 ahead? , I cessory is r because inly proof 1 >arts were o quality, rice. : has been too high 7 I ?nothing ir Dodge research; e for coni car, and s growing v V I X &a U mamtXtf Ud ? I li imnattAlbr Uffh ' %1xa2"S9B V ; ^ -,; -- ^ '' djA.-j^?