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COLGATE NEXT 01
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[Mountaineers Have Won
. Jen of Fourteen Games
This StMon.
? With a record of having won ten
tames and lost four of the fourteen
played West Virginia will f*c? the
strong Colgate University jjlne here
on the coming Wednesday *jjd Thursday,
May 15 and 16, m the last Important
series of the year, following
the Colgate games hut f0ur games
remain to be played, these being two
with the Pittsburg Collegians, one
with Norwood Park at Clarksburg and
one with the Alumni here. Cancella,
tiona by Bethany an drain in the Ohio
and Marshall series cut rfown the
Mountaineer schedule from twenty,
six to twenty games.
Colgate, Dartmouth and Army were
considered by the W. V. U- Players.
K; who made tne eastern trip a? bemg
the strongest teams they met. Col.
P". gate was beaten 2-1 in a thrilling game
feu' St Hamilton when 'W'eBt Virginia wag
at the tffP of her stride early on the
Wk\- / trip and Coach Shelton as wel1 as the
members of the team realise that it
Ki ' wljl reqqulre their beet efforts to
down the easterners here. Colgate
IJniTMsity is famous for ft?. athletic
| Yearns, Haying bad three AH-Ameri:
I dan football men ?h her 1016 team,
BL'1 j and tfie Tlstt of ber baseball team to
B'f'." j Morgantown will be a big event.
I / HOCK TIMBER IFF
/ II IDE Mffi TBBAT
1/ Valley Loses and the ger.
Bfef, \yjce Gets F?ie Baseball
ll|p ?Chuok" Trader, of Bvergon, 1r
? regarded by many ae the best baseball
fei*! fcitcher in the valley, leaves today
f witb twelve other Manntagtob draftees
E " Ibr Btort Thomas, Ky. Last year Tra??
j? ier was a member of the CqnsolidaBin
Coal Company team. This year
f.t'. ie.ls playing with the'I&maf baseball
IIP, 418 aae expressed nis anxity to ]e?ve,
for camp and is willingly atffl>ttng hi8
opportunity this afternoon. He is in
the beet of physical condition and is
; rare to make a good soldier^
Wr'-UV'"*' i ^
Manningtou Game
1/ Close and Igorting
m$- The Fairmont collegians loat a b"d
<WWt,game at Mmtningtfcn Ji&sterday
d?5?ts by a score, of^1. The ?the *a8
Close and exciting t*6m tge .m&rt ^4
was well appreciated b^afitWcrowd
that tpmed out to seo wogsimo.
p:, Mffiftr for Fainqpnt' was'OOh'atetant
and'pftehied good', baseball UuOugb'ont.
^ The score by innings:.
Mannlngton 3 3 i
i!: . Fairmont V. 1 * 3
-Batteries: Fairmont. Miller
Handlton; Mannington, Freelnad ?td
Miss Susan Simmons, of phllippi, Is
family at their homo In Cleveland avenue.
ilij ' "Mtoi Louise McClelland, of tjnl?nijjp
town, Pa., who had fceon the guest of
m&. Mrs. rank Murphy and Mrs* John A.
i'..;/ . Clark, Jr., has returned ho?e.
ffl$* Mrs. C. P. Berkshire, of taorg*htown,
came here Saturday to 8pe:>d
tjw week with her sister, jtrs. e.
Mies Ruby Gatrel! spent the weekp'
end with" friend8 ahd relatives In Graf.
? Miss Ada Loui-'e Koonat and MisB
jfflM Helen Jackson, students ai> the Nc>rp."}
rnal' school, spent the week-end at
r&: their homes in oirstteia
P v Mrs. W. G. Bullook, of jfew fork
Otty, sad Mrs. v. C. Gerard, ?f BoonJersey,
have returned bome
V fteratteading the commencement or-,
"w^fcgl^^cwtsin. Florence ?1<g|ffi?Bu]|gB
where1 she " ap'e^1^
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P:; 6. M. Alorsxider. on B^onit
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BALL
PRIVATE ALEXANDER T
The going won't be so easy for
America's greatest pitcher now that
he has reported at Camp Funston, Kansas.
Easy beds In high class hotels will
be substituted for the bunk that Grower
is seen leaning over in this picture
and high price tailor-made clothes
trill be displaced by the outfit he is
seen looking over.
But Grover Is taking the loss of a
$12,000 a year salary philosophically
arid thinks he will be able to contribute
to the next Liberty Loan from his
$30 a month. . --ra
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Chester L. Prichard Whooping
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(B. E. Meredith Press Bureau)
MANNINGTON, W. Va? May 13?
The Red Cross War Fund headquarters
are at the Elks rooms and Chester
l. Priehard, director of the campaign
ft|r Mannlngton district Is exalted
ruler ot the Elks so that he haB
presed nearly everyone of them Into
service of some kind. Today and tomorrow
the Elks are to hecorae lithographers
and will bill the windows
with Red Cross posters. The Boy
3couts are putting out the folders
which call attention to the excellent
work being done by the Red Cross.
There will be a big special meeting
at the High School auditorium
Tuesday n^ght at which Dr. J C.
Broomfield, assistant chairman of the
Marion County Red Cross Campaign
Committee, will he the principal speaker.
Tonight there will be a meeting
at Seven Pines at wh'ch the spenkero
will be C. L. Broadwater and Mrs.
S . E. Phillips.
Several splendid meetings were held
Saturday nlgbt C. C. Coffman and
Miss Simmons were the speakers at
Flat Run where comunity singing was i
a feature of the program. Miss Lena
Marcer sang a solo accompanied by
Mrs. Arch Burt. Seventeen people at
that meeting Insisted on joining the
Red Cross and it is planned to orI
ganize an auxiliary later. Attendance
i was fair and people very enthusiastic.
{ At stringtown B. E. Mitchell Replaced
| Chester L. Prichanl as speaker and
Miss Flora B. Koe'n represented the
ladies- There was a oslo by Miss Naomi
Furbee, acompanied by Mrs Ingram.
Attendance was good and there
was encouraging enthusiasm. An auxiliary
is also talked of there. The
meeting originally planned for Curtisvllle
Saturday night was postponed
until May 17.
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CLfM-BONNER.
Miss Zoe Bonner, daughter of Mr.
and ifrrs. Wagnlr H. Bonner, of Buhners
Ridge, arid W. J. Clem, of East
Park, were urirted in marriage on Sat-,
urday night at the home of Mr. and
MA. Hejge Casttton MMgantpwn averuue,
Tge RerTO. D. M1fchen;of,the
.CeritraTol^lEtten..churclj, o'^fjlated'at
'the oeremony. Mr. Clem, who Is emJ5$bjed
$t the Bfcnongah glass plyit,
tl eaves' Wednesday for the U. S. training
school at Richmond, Va.
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and other popular styles, welj made properly fitting
Combination Garments; Sleevless and Knee-length
)f Madras, Nainsook, silk and Mercerized materials
$1.00 to $6.00 the Suit. , ,N
Straw Hats
The Straw Hat season is open?Hundreds of
man wore straw hats Sunday?get yours at once
while selection is best. All the new shapes in straws
and panamas at $2.00 to $6.00.
Summer Suits
If you haven't bought yours you will want it
I right away and you know the reputation of Hartley
Cloches. . ^ .r
Concentrating a great volume of business on two grades of olotbIng?Kuppenheimer
and Fashion Park?has enabled the makers of this
clothing to produce suits of extraodinaryJmerit at the popular figures,
$20.00 to $35.00.
We Sell good suits at $20. and the finest at $40.
Low Shoes
Prepared Men?
All the best styles are shown here?good dependable
shoes showing superior quality and workmanship.
. $5.00 to $10.00.
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Extra Inning Game
Played at Monongah
It took eleven innings to decide a
game at Monongah yesterday between
the South Side Independents and a
pick-up team from Monongah. At the
end of the ninth inning the score stood
5-5. In the eleventh inning Monongah
scored one more run and ended the
game. - Monongah
scored first. Fairmont
taking a 5-4 lead in thn third which
they maintained until the eiRhth when
Monongah scored and thus tied the
game. "Hie two teams will meet for
a return game next Saturday afternoon
at South Side park. t
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Montana Puts One
Over on Idamay Minei
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Montana defeated the fast Idamay I
baseball team at Idamay yesterday afternoon
by score of 9-5, Garrison
pitching for Montana, pitched a great
game, working out of most every tight
place without giving the home team a
run.
Kirk was the big man with the baseball
bat. getting a two base and three
base hit. Hayhurst and Ash of* the
same team each got two singles.
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Rain today again prevented the
track meet between Salem College
and the Fairmont Normal scheduled
tor this afternoon. The quarter of a
mile track at South Side park Is very
slippery with the least bit of rain and
it was thought advisable to postopne
the meet once again, trusting that
fair weather is coming soon.
Rain or shine the meet between the
two college teams will be held at
South Side park tomorrow afiernoon.
and will begin promptly at 1:30
o'clock. Both teams are anxious and
have decided to tsage the meet re- .
gardless of the weather conditions. I.
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Red cross meeting it Grsaay Wax, M
Winfield district, on Saturday erasing
to form in auxiliary of that organise, .1
tion. Miss Llska Brown, Fairmont R.
D. 6, has agreed to take up the work
and endeavor to Interest the community
in Red Cross work. V
There was a fair sized, gathering at
the school house on Saturday aveniBK
despite the rainy weather. Tha speaker
was U. H. Dunlap. The meeting
was arranged by David E. Satterfield.
the captain of the Red Crnse team of
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