The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 6, 1947 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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AP Sports * In Brief , John W. Mauer, basketball coach and asiiitant football coach at the University o! Tenn- e»iee since,- 1938, has been appointed head basketball coach at West Point. He succeeds Stuart K. Holcomb, who goes to Purdue. . . . The weather-was so foul in London that an indoor sports event was rained out,' • now and sleet setping through the roof. . . . Three of the 15 teams that will compete in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling tourney at Yale have not tasted defeat in dual competition this year. . .' . Leo Prendergrast has been appointed head coach of the Bethlehem Bulldogs of the American pro grid league. . . . Thirty-two of the nation's •.select golf pros were poised to ;rip old man par apart in the $10,000 Miami tourney. Freddie Mills, British lightheavy- 'weight champ, will fight Floyd Marshall in London sometime in May. . . . Bowden Wyatt, e nd coach at Mississippi State, is considering an offer to become head football coach at the University of Wyoming. . . . Homer . Eddinflton has been released from his coaching job at Chillicothe High School, in order to join the Colgate coaching staff. . . . Jim Thorpe, famous all- round Indian athlete aspires to become a wrestling referee in Illinois. . . . Next Monday the Ail-American football conference will hold its schedule meeting in Chicago. . . . It's still the Big.. Six conference until spring at least. . . . Shepherd College opens its 1947 baseball schedule on April 8 with Shenandoah College -at Dayton, Va. . . . The annual Yale-Harvard regatta, oldest of al! sports rivalries, will • be resumed this year on the Thames River on June 18. . British golfer Dai R e es denied that he was considering a pro post with an American Golf Club. •• . . The Santa Anita Derby Saturday may turn out to be the richest horse race of the winter season, with a $135,300 pot. . . . An alumni proposal for an overhauling of the Iowa State College athletic program has been given full consideration by President Charles E. Friley. . . . Sunshine Stable's Buzfuz today won the $10,000 Gulfstream Park Inaugural Handicap to pay $5.10. ._ . . Although official confirmation was lacking it was learned that Utah would be invited to the NIT basketball tourney. An advance party O f 16. Baltrtn'ore Orioles led by Manager Tommy Thomas left''for. their training camp at Hollywood, Cal., last night. Glass is produced in furnaces which burn from the roof and maintain a heat of 2700 degrees fahrenheit. Immediate Delivery On New Civilian JEEPS Middlekauff Motors 1301 Potomac Ave. Ph. 4247 Martin Storage Co. 705 Penna. Avc. LOCAL MOVING Phones 62—1677-J—4188 ^ Storage space available for Household Goods MEN'S OVERCOATS & TOPCOATS ... $19.95 Values up to $39.95 All wool fleeces, tweeds, herringbones and solid shades. All wool, all shades All Leather all JACKETS color* 95 All wool hard finished fine worsted and covert cloth SUITS. Covert Cloth & Gabardine TOPCOATS - TROUSERS Rudisill & Wolber 19 W. Franklin St. Ph. 3550-M Right and Left ETOXtC SOLID COMFORT suspension Arch Supports giyc vital support at the weight-bearing point — snug, permanent fit at ankle and heel. Bentz & Dunn 35 N. Potomac Williamsporl Scores An Easy Win Over Middlelown 47-24 Blue and White Quint Advances to Second Round in Tourney Play—Meeting Winner of Upstart Game Next Wednesday at Home Williamsport High School basketeers advanced a step in hi.^-jjf am $onship tourney play last "night by defeating the Middletown High School quint, Frederick county winners by a 47 to 24 score. The contest was staged on the Williamsport court before a large gathering of fans Th£ Blue and White will next take on the winner of the Accident- Barton game next Wednesday on the Williamsport court. Porsythe and Hanna featured the scoring attack of the winners last night while the entire club played an outstanding defensive game. King for the visitors played good ball. Lead All the Way The V'illiamsport club led at the end of the first period by a 10 to 4 count .11 . when the half ended they were leading 21 to 13. The visitors were held to four points in the third period as Williamsport gained a commanding lead and the teams went into the. final stanza with Middletown trailing 35 to 17. Lineups: William Niton fionl* Konlx Pot i><s <'olt-. f .......... :{ o y Forsythe. f ...... n 0 ]S Morgan, f ....... i o 2 Hami •., c ......... 5 i, is Britner. g ........ •> _ o 4 Anderson., g ...... 1 ' o 2 Totals ..."-. ...... 21 5 Xon scoring- — R. Britner. ley. Martiu. Palmer. >I'il(Iletown ConU Fouls 47 Eard- Gulfstream Entries and Results First—$2,300; maiden; four-year and upj six furlongs. Ever Venture Enchanting Aero Jack xKlarne of . India xHygro's Gal Doctor D xCormtv>- dore K Sarah Hash 122 nr, 120 no 110 120 -xTell Sir Spic .xKarenetle Flight Show Stopper Capital •Gain xSurfsIde xFanar i Grier Second—$2,":!00: claiming-; year and up; six furlongs. xKimberly 112 Ooblentz. f ....... 2 i Fawley, f ......... o o King-, c.... ...... 4 i Blii:kenstaff. g-.... 2 0 <~!ouker. g- ........ 0 n (Javer. K .......... 'i 2 Totals 10 Ofiicialp—Lightner and Allen. 4 Bowling Scores XV031K.VS SUNOAY SCHOOL Warner, o^ the Daisle.", rylled hiyli three earner. H2U (112, 112. J05) with Ella MeGlauffhlin, of ihe Roses, running- close second with high single suine. KI1 (107- .'{2G). The Daisie captured full team honors with 5:{3-lS53 which puts them in the lead three grames. The Pa n si es had an upset when the Carnation team su'ept three games from them. ,, Other high scores rolled my P Ryler. -327 (117. 113); M. Detrich." .522 (122. 103); Kate Stouffer 314 (117, lOo); V. Grimm, 30:1 (110. IOS)E. Marbaugh, ]15; M. Km 127; E. Baker. 117. 300: B. Miller.' US: M Schilling-. 120: B. Vorous. ill; M. pively, 111; M. Routzahn. Ill; B. arrenfehz. ill; M. Snyder 110: L PviidSsilJ. IOS. 102; E. Hervie. 10S- L. Kittell. 10G: Goldie Lentherman. lO.p; L. Crawford. 105: R. Mause 107; M: Harsh man. 104: C. Nnna- maker, 104; X. Musey. 104: T Irbv 104; it. Cramer. 104"; T. FridingeV 104; K. Bayghman. 10:5: E. Cnuch- man. 103; K. Stouffer. 103: C Price 102. 101: R. Moser. 102: C Decker' 101: A r .Knodle. 101: E. Oarvin. 100; F. Shaw, 100. STA.VDI.VG _ IVon Lout Daisies ................. 21 6 Pansies ............ ; . is 9 xKantar Run Islam's Islam xAbrepn xNite Cries Bullsel Stag-e Star Delphian Semper Avanti 114 119 lOfl 312 112 117 113 King's Pride Heartiest Hidden Ace Blue Ever On Senator C 110 120 110 no 115 120 110 112 four- 113 112 119 117 1H 107 114 1-15 T^-^:^' f»r two-year-old Careon Gay Reveler Still Champ Wool ward's Pet Happy All War Raider Bui] Lead Dr. Mac US IIS 113 m IIS IIS 118 na "Wise Mahmound 11R Gee Whiz Overpower aCircus Clown Hunch Silver Putter aDevir« Elbow- US IIS 118 113 118 US entrv. J. AValden and J. \V. Rogers Fourth—$2,400; claiming:; and un; seven furlong's. Loneadie 112 119 114 IIS 114 10,S 117 Ensign Mary B aPiplad Mixer aVinuin Granlap True .Vote Steel Reiph Army Glider Osuna aP. entry. 114 1.12 Relheub Kay Michigan Smart •Tacobe Crater Lake Maisie Daisie Toy Bomb !•>• Kelley—E, "w. H. Carnations .. ........... is 14 Violets ....." ........... 33 14 Gardenias ............ n IR ftoses .................. II is Tulips ................ 10 17 Jonqulls ................ 9 15 ,MOOSK -CKAGUB O'CLOCK J. HAGUE Ears N'rvs es Hoofs Eyes AVou Lost 12 12 10 14 B O'CLOCK I.EACTE Won Lout Throats * ]fi s Tails 9 is Teeth s is High, single ffatne. Gartoe. 144; high set. Ganoe. 36S: high team game. Bans,. 593; high team set. Ears. 16-30. 110-31:0 Clnn* Burger. IIS. 137-347; Jserninger. 112. 310-3.10: I,. Gelwick.v. IIS: Skip- iJer. 129; Martin. 113; W. GMwicks I22-32S; C. Gelwicks. ill: Nemzek'. 127-327: Shuff. 117. 119-333; \*. Showe, 112: G. Showe. 116, 13S-34S: tjnseld, 11S-32S: R. Showe. 115-325- Ganoc. 124. 144-368; Evans. 113: E Wile?, llfi-320: Tritsch l"- "M Wiles. 115. 11.5-3.16: Myers 131-" _ 111, 116-321; Moats. 1.12. 130330. Ar.SATIA .Bowling- with the Alsatians Friday night proved yuite a contrast from ihe previous match—six teams won their sets against none the week before. The Dogwoods are persistent in their efforts to stay on top of the heap, winning their three games. The scores and standings: High individual single—.T. Causher 140. High individual total—J. Minnich 363. High team single- Maples 593. High team total—Dogwoods IfiSP. The select class: R. Cash 120-32R: A. Chambers :;;4-345: Shaw 3:;7- V '-^rire 134-333; .1. JOphart 121-345' '. Hilrfehrand 125. 121-356: W. Sny- I<2r 137-361; A. Scott. Sr. 134-332:".!. Burger 123-343; A. Kecne 322; F. Minnich 123-330: J. Higgrins 327: M. Foltz 331; H. Reynolds 12S-34S' E Gunderman 323: R. Hogan 122-320• l : ; nM ?" ak 125 - '36-355; P. Hnffrr 34D: H. Xally - \ 123-343; L. Coffman 331; H. KSscr 130-336: K. Rudisill 324: H. Carhaugh 344; K Car- haugh 344: R. Collinower 325- G Porter 126-340; J. Causher 140-320 : J. Minnich 133-363; j. Fiery 120. Sfnnclhig: and r xEire Townhouse Honey town Pene SheJtie Jousting Match 114 llfi 115 111 116 119 a n d xRefresh FJare SklrL Lombock the four- 107 107 114 114 107 109 114 Wise a 111 ill 116 Sixth—52.500: claiming: the Pensacola; four-year and up; one and one-sixteenth miles. xFiy Off xLittle Keith Bolo's Choice Jolly Soul 105 111 124 124 xOpen Palm 114 xPrlncess R L Sugar Man xAnvelt Spartacus xGolden Learend Sever :h—J2,400; claiming: Endurance; four-year and up- and one-eighth miles. Prancing Ted xQnlet Shot Myrtle M xSunawana' Entertainment Night Porter Question Miss US 107 117 112 109 115 107 Winks 104 Bowling- Green xCurler aRfng- Master aChance Game Iron Works Spring- Tornado Chickore Jubilee Gem 114 116 111 116 106 the one 114 112 114 109 114 112 105 104 aW.J. and H. Suzini entrj Eighth—?2.400: claiming: four- year and up; fillies and mares: on« and one-sixteenth miles Wfnnpearl 114 xPassan 109 x\ Day 104 ocCoga 103 xMechani- xPrairie adpr 104 Flower 109 Fagrace ] 09 TC. Bun 114 K Cupcake 114 Model Lady 114 X -^ IS " Memory courage 100 Boss 109 xCarreau 112 xLady xPeggy Tyrant 103 Silver 109 Ann-San 115 xFIvft pounds apprentice allowance claimed. First post 2 p. m. 1—Joel. C. Critchfield, 39.50 1650 10aO New Flame. M. Basile. ?!30' o.lO; Jenkins. J. Licausi. 18.20. . 2—Wheel Player, M. A Buxton 12.00. 5.40, 3.40; Dark Paw. T. A?: ktnson. 3.60, 2.SO; Perceive, J. D Jessop. 3.00. ^Onilj- nnnbl« — Jo e i Hn) | Wh«e] Player pntd 444.10 for 2. . 3—Trademark, R. Watson 3900 \in 'c l^l- Wl " se Slin - M - Basile! s.ou, 6.bO; Mianami, F. Zehr. 5.70. , A~ Brfs:ht Willie. A Snider. 5.20 -en ; > 4.° :c ,? ara S rar n. T. Atkinson, o.bO, 4./0; Sin Lee, J. Jacobs. 5.30. * — Hearth Broom. TV. Demar 20. (0. 7.70. 5.30; Page TT. .7. D. Jessop S.,-,0. 2.30; I'm O'Sullivan. P Roberts. 6.00. _ 6—Buz FHZ. .T. p. Jessop. 5.10 2.30. 2.60: Hornbeam. T. Atkinson' 2.90. 3.10; Air Patrol. K. J. Mai-Yin! •i.oU. 7—Ha T Victory. O. Dodson. 350 ^.<ft. 2.30; F B Eye. T. Atkinson, siso' -.60; Damos. A. Snider. 3.40. <.->". S.10. 4.30: dhBert. J. Richard 4.20 4.10. 2.SO: Attendant. M. A.' Buxton. 2.50. Pogwoods Hickories Elms Pines Rirchcs .. Palms . . . Firs ...... Poplars . . Maples ... Hemlocks Redwoods Locvists Cottons . . . Cypresses Chestnuts Hawthorns T.nrohp's . . IS 17 Ifi 14 '. '. 13 13 13 12 12 -..-..".' 1? 11 II 10 10 10 K 10 10 11 M 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 14 15 3R IS . - . 33.10. 13.SO. ; Canopus. "W. Duffy 16.20 9 OO 1 e Fire. E. Polk. 13.50. ' ' When "ninepin" games were forbidden in early-day New York bowlers added an extra pin and Played modern "tenpins" legally. Substantial Reduction* on all WINTER GOODS John D. Myert & Co. 27 N. Potomac St. IN BOTTLlf AND AT FOUNTAINS Pepsi-Cola Company, Ung Island City, N. Y. Franchiwd Bottler: Cloverdale Spring Company, NewviBt, Pi. Poffenberger Seeking Trial Former Major League Hurlcr Willing to Start Comeback With Owls Cletus Elwood "Boots" Poffenberger is ready and willing to start all over again and attempt to work his way back up to the major leagues and has filed an application with Oren E. Sterling, owner of the Hagerstown Owls of the interstate League, for a trial this spring. Recently "Boots" was given his unconditional release from the San Diego club of the Pacific Coast League after • he had requested permission to locate nearer his home, which is in Williamsport. "Boots" has been around organized baseball long enough to know what it is all about and he is determined to show the home fans that there is some mighty good hurling left in his right arm'. He also is a pretty fair hitter, having been uaed quite frequently as a pinch hitter when not hurling. After graduating from the local sandiots, "Boots" saw service in the Bi-State League and then advanced to Charleston, W. Va. of the Mid-Atlantic League. Prom there he went right to the Detroit Tigers, remaining with that club through the seasons of 1937-38. In 1939 he was with the Brooklyn Dodgers and in 1940-41-42 he was with the Nashville club. He spent three years in the Marines being one of the leading hurlers on the Parris Island team and also in Hawaii. Last season he spent, partly with the San Diego club. Eddie Miller May Retire From Game Sidelined With Sore Arm Last Season Reds Flashy Fielder Undecided Tampa, Fla.. March 5 (/P)—Eddie Miller is the No. 1 mystery of the spring training season. While his Cincinnati mates toil in the Florida sunshine, one of the best shortstops in baseball toys with a decision to retire. A sore arm sidelined Miller late last season but President Warren Giles of the Reds considers that only a minor difficulty. "I think Eddie is in physical condition to play shortstop for us," Giies insists, "In fact, I'll be darned if I know what is the matter with him." Giles is sure that money isn't the reason for Miller's reluctance to play baseball after 13 years in the game. He is one of two unsigned players on the Reds' roster but there has- been no difference of opinion on salary. "Eddie returned our contract without opening the envelope," Giles observes, obviously miz/.lpd by the unique situation. "He enclosed a note explaining that lie didn't want to be influenced by money, in making his decision. "I talked to him last in early January. At that time he told Johnny (Manager Neun) he was considering retirement. He assured both of us that he was thinking of taking such a step only for personal reasons. We haven't sone into the matter since. "How can a fellow 30 years old turn down $15,000 like that?" MEETING CANCELLED The meeting of the Clearspring Farm Bureauu Planning Group scheduled for this evening, has been cancelled because of road conditions. Americans killed in World War II action averaged 24.3 years old. Greenberg Gets His First Single Miami Beach, Fla., March 5 (/p) —The Pittsburgh Pirates opened their exhibition pre-season schedule today with a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Browns before a crowd of 2,676, lured by the appearances of hitters Hank Greenberg and Ralph Kiner. Applause and cheers were Greenberg's greeting as he stepped up to bat. The American League's heaviest home run hitter last year responded with a clean single to left. The game's hero was Ernie Basinski, who singled with the bases full and two out to score two Pirate runs in the sixth. St. Louis .: 000 100 001—2 7 3 Pittsburgh ....000 102 OOx—3 6 0 Galehouse, Muncrief' (3), Biscan (6), and Early, Moss; Singleton Howard (4) Gable (7) and Jams. FERA Teams Score A Double Victory Corgoettes Win Easily 28 to 13 While Packets Tally 54 to 47 Win FERA basketball teams turned in a double victory last night on the Hagerstown High court when the Cargoettes defeated the highly rated Shenandoah Business College six by a 28 to 13 score and the Packets upset the strong Massa- mitten Academy team by a 54 to,, 47 count. Both games were well played and the girls' game was featured by the close guarding of the Cargoettes and the goal tossing of Hoch and Wine. In the boys' contest Deems, Neal and Murray held hot hands for the Packets, but all three were overshadowed by the goal tossing of Miller of the Cadets who totaled 19 points. Lineups: Cnrttnrttex Gonln FonU Point* Diehl ........... j i 3 Hoch 6 t 17. Wine 5 2 12 Totals 12 . 4 2S Noti scoring—Jaek.son. MicldJelon i-eRan. McLaughlin. Gearhart Bainng-ardiier, Patterson. Sh«nnnrio»h Kuiil* Font* Point" Reger 2 0 4 Vaughan i o 4 Barr 2 3 7 , Totals 5 ~~3 Ts Non .scoring- — Fisher. Trimble O'Rourke. «onU Foil la Potnid Frederick To Oppose Hubs Opening Game In State wide Tourney Carded Tonight on High Floor Tonight on the Hagerstown High School basketball court the opening game in Division 1 in the Maryland Intel-scholastic Basketball tourney will be staged with the Maroon and Gray quint opposing Frederick High, the contest getting under way at 8 o'clock. ' The winner of this game will oppose Allegany High of Cumberland for the championship of Class A. If Hagerstown wins, the game will be played on the upstaters court, but should Frederick win the game will be played in Frederick on March 14, During the regular season Hagerstown and Frederick split even in their home and home series the Hubs losing to the Cadets on the Frederick court by a 38 to 27 count while the. Maroon and Gray came back last Friday nffeht to defeat Frederick on the local court bv a 48 to 36 score. The Horn'n? Herald, Haiintron, Ml, today, March 6,1947 SI YEN Murray, f ....... Neal, t ........... R o Deems, o ........ 6 4 Keller, g ........ 2 l Zimmerman, g . . 2 l l "> IB Totals Mit.viuniUirit Lewis, f . Stoner, f.. Miller, f.. .Vort nn. c. Heilberg. Koontz, g Totals 21 . . 23 S , 54 (;on|* .Foil| K Point* 47 BULLDOGS SCORE WIN Yesterday afternoon on the Presbyterian cage floor the Bulldogs scored a thrilling 24 to 22 victory over the "Wildcats with Allen and Smith leading the scorers. Lineups: Bull«lo*« Go«U F»,,U Point* ^lills. f .......... i o •> Hamburg, f ..... 2 \ 0 4 Hill, c ........ ..2 l 5 B. Smith. R- ..... i o 2 Funkhouser, g . . 5 i i\ Totals ........ 1 1 2 GomU rou -Vllen, C 3 o 0 n o 1 , Schoen. f. Sprankle, c. FolU, g Rhodes, g 24 TolnU 15 o Totals . ....... 10 GAME IS POSTPONED .Due to travel conditions the basketball game in Class A division between Hagerstown High girls and Frederick High girls was postponed and will be played when travel ^conditions are more favorable. The game was carded for the Frederick court Tuesday night. No date has as yet been set for the game. MACK IS PLEASED WITH HIS HURLERS West Palm Beach, Fla., March 5 (/P)—Connie Mack said today he was pleased with the condition .of the Philadelphia Athletics pitchers after watching the batters fail again to park the ball over the training field fence. "Our pitchers seem in unusually good condition," said the A's venerable manager as he drew attention of the way Phil Marchildon, Russ Christopher and Jesse Flores were blazing the ball over the plate. "Flores is in better condition than I have ever seen him at this time of the year." RIDDL* TRYING COMEBACK Tampa, Fla., March 5 (yP)—Elmer Riddle, the National League's leading pitcher in 1941, informed Cincinnati Reds' officials today he would try for a comeback this season after being on the voluntary retired list for more than a year because of an arm Injury. Warren C. Giles, Redleg president, said Riddle had telephoned 'him from Columbus, Ga. f that he would arrive at the Reds' training camp here Sunday. PHILLIES SEEK CONTRACT Clearwater, Fla., March 5 (/P)— The Philadelphia Phillies would like to sign a 10-year contract to train here but they may have trouble easing Bill Veeck. head of the Cleveland Indians, out of the picture. Veeck has been here to talk with city officials regarding a training site in 1948. The Phils' owners. Robert R. M. Carpenter, Sr., and his son, Robert R. M. Jr., are waiting for general manager Herb Pennock to pass final judgment before making a definite offer. VETS ARE PLAYING Tonight starting at 7 o'clock the Hagerstown High Vets will oppose the Hagerstown Collegians on the Hagerstown High court in a preliminary contest to the High varsi- t;-Frederick High contest. ^itmimmmmtiimrmtiirniim imtrmtiimtmt minium .. \ RIGHT AWAY 1 1 SERVICE I | • Wheel Aligning and | I Balancing I | • Wheel Straightening i | • Fender & Body Repairs | | • Painting f j Heis Auto Body Wks, p | 509 Frederick St. Phone 307 THI Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS A note of true sincerity could be I detected in "Boots" Poffenberger's ' voice as he made known the fact that he had written to Oren E. Sterling asking for a chance to work out with the Qwls this spring \vhea they go into training on April 7 at the Stadium. "Boots" is far from being washed up and if the big fellow gets down to hard work this spring there is no question but what he should not make a valuable man for the Owls this year. In 'making his decision to start down the. ladder and work up he made a very wise move and hooking on with the Owls means that he will be near his own home and he wifl be playing in territory which is familiar. But at that he is biting off a rather large order as he will have to prove to the fans of this section that-he is the "Boots" of old as they once knew him and traveled to Washington in a .body, .to see him hurl for the Detroit Tigers. It has been quite a few. years since local fans .have seen "Boots" pitch when he is in -condition and if, as the writer thinks. "Boots" will get into shape he \viil easily win the fans over to his side in his comeback battle. In the recent issue of the Sport-1 ing News a picture appears showing Manager. Billy .Sputhworth of the Boston Braves lecturing the managers of the farm teams of the Boston outfit at the Braves training base. Manager Billy is of the opinion that managers operating farm clubs for the Braves should develop players along the same lines as he handles the Braves and for" that reason he insisted upon the' pilots attending the training session. Fred "Dutch" Dornian, former manager of the Owls and now pilot of the Hartford club o£ the-Eastern League is among those j pictured and fans will have a' chance to see Hartford in action when that club meets the Owls at the Stadium this spring. With Hagerstown High flashing the same form they dispteyed last Friday night when they easily defeated the Frederick High quint on the local floor there appears nothing to halt the Maroon and Gray cagers from advancing to the second round in the Maryland Interscholastic Cage Tourney. From there on out the Hubs will have to play their best basketball as they go against one of the strongest teams Allegany'High has turned out in years, a team that captured the WMl championship . and also the city title fn Cumberland. Manager Emory Wolfe, o£ the Legion basketball team is trying very hard to land an .outstanding quint to play here Sunday and it is expected that announcement will be forth coming not later than today whether he was successful in landing the "Iron Dukes" of Duquesne for a contest. And some crumbs today bring some songs in May, so don't forget the birds . . . Good Morning. FRANK COLLEY for ertry /yp« ... Custombilt pfp* ... fctdirfdui/ AJ « tfmmjbprinf no 2 »lik«. 15.00 to $15.00 t HO^ ! H*Wl Abater 9U+ Let Us Service Your Car Now Complete Repairs On All Makes of Cars HASLACKER MOTOR CO. Direct Factory Dealer • Chrysler - Plymouth 55 E. 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