The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 29, 1947 · Page 2
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fERA Sextet Scores Lopsided Victory Over Federal Reserve ^^ £ m ^^ m* _. _ _ — - - " Defensive Play Is Highlighi 01 CargoeHes' 42 To 9 Win Ploy of McLoughlin and Peterson is Outstanding At Federal Reserve Bank Gym In New York Last Evening Presenting a superlative defensive game, the FERA Car- goettes swept to a 42-9 triumph over the highly-rated Federal Reserve girls' sextette in New York last night. Led by Sandy Hoch's nine baskets, the local squad scored early and often to run up the lopsided score over a New York team that had won 28 games .and lost only one this season, at the Federal Reserve Bank gymnasium in New York. Take Early Lead The Cargoettes jumped into an early lead, were well out in front by half time, and in the second half continued to build up their majority. Displaying a strong passing attack, the Hagerstown squad gained even more$respect for its defensive play. McLaughlin and Peterson led tht defensive game, and completely throttled the threat of the high scorers on the New York squad. The Federal Reserve team last night was deviating from its usual custom by playing under girls' rules, but most of the members of its squad had operated under ["For the time of your life SIG SMITH »5 Watch Repair Specialist B 22 N. Potomac St « Second National Th« Oldcit Bank In Men's and Boy*' Gabardine, Covert Cloth i- Worsted SUITS, TOPCOATS and PANTS >"ew sprlnr shades. RudUill & Wolber 19 W. Franklin St. Ph. J. Ralph Fiery 'The Wall Paper Man' 66 W Franklin St "iimiiiiimiimtlHiiiimiiiiiiiinNimmiiiitimtftiiriiiiiiiiiiimiiiitHiimiM'. I Protect Your Car | I with I I FENDIX I S S 1 Automobile Underbody I | Protective Coating and 1 I Sound Deadener. ' | 1 Cail! for Free Estimate 1 | | j Hesi Auto Body Wks. I | 509 Frederick St. Ph. 3074 1 FOR MEN masculine correct them at one time or another in the past. The Hagerstown lassies wil leave Gotham tonight and wil travel to Wau^'bury, Conn. There they will face on Sunday eithei Meridian or Bridgeport, depending on the outcome of a game between those two squad:!, in the semi finals ~of the Eastern States In dustrial Recreational Association Tournament. If the Cargoettes should win this contest, they will immediately the tourney. pieiii .... Smith .... Wine . ... Murray . ., Hoeh .... enter the Lineups: Gouls finals of F tut Is 0 I) 0 I) 0 L8 Totals 21 0 42 Non-scoring:: Gearhart, Banks McLaughlin. Peterson. Bacluell and Jackson. Federal Ilestrrve CunlK Fouli* l*t« -McGillig-aii 0 o 0 Angelo l 0 2 Stack l i 3 Poniatowski l 2 4 Totals :j 3 0 1 Non-scorin«: McLaughlin, Feaser, Bensi. L. Poniato vv.sk i. EXHIBITION BASEBALL St. Louis (X) 000 160 000 00—7 10 0 Phlla.de!. (N v ) 000 140 Oil 01—S 16 >2 Dlckson, Pollet and Garag-iola, Wilder, Jurisich, Hughes, Raffensberger and Seminick. St. Louis (A) . 000 301 200— 6 11 2 "hiladel. (A) 010 231 22x—12 20 0 Kr-.mer. Blscan and Schultz Half; Flores, McCahan and Rosar. Washington OOS l>00 000—17 IS "> Pittsburgh ... 000 002 G10— S 11 4 W-nn, Harris and Mancuso. Terrell; Perez, Heintzelman, Roe and Salkeld. Jarvis. Cincinnati (X) 000 200 000— 9 S 1 New York (A) 001 010 03x—5 S 3 Lambert, Polivka and .Mueller- Reynolds;, Byrne and Robinson, iVierhos. Boston (X) .. 010 000 020 3—6 10 ' Milwaukee . . 000 010 020 0 3 10 1 Barrett, Lanfranconi and Padgrett Brady; Karas, Davis and Raddant. Hundreds selling their autos in classification H while prices are H. IG rl. 7-U P Likes You 7-UP BOTTLING CO. Martin Storage Co. 705 Penna. Ave. LOCAL MOVING Phones 62—1677-j—4133 Storage space available jrr for Household > ^7f' Goods l A.B.C. SPECIAL f 10 DAY OFFER We need good, clean late model used cars. For the next 10 days we will pay an Extra Cash Bonus. NO ONE CAN PAY YOU MORE GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Automobile Brokerage Company 895 Penna. Ave. Ph. 4593 ll m •asuar ~ -« $w$^dy$ You're Invited to the POLICE Mardi Gras BALL Dance to the Music of Bob Harry's Famous Philadelphia Orchestra Friday Nite-April 11 at the Armory Gulfstream Entries And Results FIRST—?1>, 300; six furlongs. Peacock Lady in 106 four-year and up; Mixer xMr. Patrol Michigan Smart Tennis Ball Valdina Bright xWhich Ace 11-l xKigarose 109 xGreat Ripple 116 10'J 11(3 107 xMik O'SuLlivan Valdhia Fleet Toy Bomb Caesar B Cecrops xUiushak- able 114 107 115 111 11« us 102 SUCOXD— year and up Sunday Knight -c'Macjuines xilefeichit Dauntless Gal Xight Flight xHogan Annj' Gilder xGreen Crystal $2,300; claiming; fomv seven furlongs. Steel Reigh 113 117 Ace 113 Skiver 116 107 Fandaiijjo 109 True Note 114 111 xValdina Math 111 113 xily Julie , 101 111 Little 116 Sandy 116 xDale Maedie 99 THIRD—$2,400; year-olds; seven 109 claiming-; three- Trausair Speedy Play 2o-Bo Maintain- iii'tr Hemlock xLady Rheanelle Verona Sands 112 115 115 10S 112 110 Romping 107 Ha ream 112 Dr. L. M. 10S Boone 103 Sun Carrier 110 xDoit Easy 108 High Kick 115 Vitesse 107 xSanehilla 103 FOURTH — $2.500; allowances tour-year furlongs. xDun Miller 112 Darby » Dimout xaLikeasnot Gay Moonbeain 112 Stase Fire 114 and up; grade six 117 10<J xUnknown Reward aCrack Reward xUmpydan L"/icle Byron 114 109 117 aT. D. Buhl entry. FIFTH—$3,000: allowances: the St. Auprustine; four-year and up; .six fuj' Affiant Ag-iliant Alljulil Admiral's Aide 110 Buf? .luice Sunny Naval Base Princess Rena 115 110 110 112 Bowling Scores DEMOCRATIC WOME.VS LEAGUE High sing-le game: G. Baker 130. High two games: G. Baker 130, 220. Other good scores: E. Burnes 113, 201; V. Martin 106; L. Bowers 10-4: F. Grimes 102; M. Schildt 102; II. Evans 101; X. Socks 100; D. Feisley 100; M. Sappington 100. AVon Lout Sneckenberger's Wolfe's Cromer's Wiles' ....... Feigley's 17 n 15 10 s 9 14 ifi 19 SPEEDWAY LEAGUE The folks are still as good as the people, with all four teams winning- one ard losing- one. Santa Anita .still tied for first place. M. Selby had high singli of 131. G. Baker had hig-h two games with 226. Other good scores: M. Wiles 103, 112. 215; M. Evans 112, 203; A. Keiffei- 100, 101, 201: R. Shetler 110; V. Sneckenberger 106; E. Kight 101. "Won Lost Santa Anita .......... 14 10 Pimlico .............. 14 10 Bowie ................ 1.0 14 Atlantic City .......... 10 14 All bowlers are requested to bring Easter gifts next week. ST. MARY'S LEAGUE High individual game; Francis Mazzo 14S. Hig individual three game total: Francis Mazzo 355. High team game: Lords 500. High team three game total: Lords 14SO Bowlers over 300: Francis Mazzo 14S, 114, 355: Johnny Helmer 125 .20. 104. 349: Joe Niner 106, 104, 106; Vince Casale 105. 103. 300. Bowlers over 100: Roy Brady 109- Marguerite Eberly 107; Buck Stine- xuign 106, 101; Marie Brady 106- 3ertha Kane 106; Frances Stoner 0;<; Charlotte Stevenson 104, 103 Lillian Musey 102; Pat Sheehy 102•Ulen Knott 101; H. Manief 100- Esther McCarren 100; F r a n k y Hoover 100. „ AVon Lout Earls ................ 25 11 Barons ............... 20 lf> Dukes ..... . .......... is ]7 Lords ................ 17 Knights .............. iff •Testers ............... 13 20 Big Field Is Set For British Race Aintree. England. March 2S (/P)— A rodeo-sized field of 58 jumpers- barring last minute scratches- goes to the post tomorrow in the gruelling Grand National Steeplechase, with an Irish wonder horse the favorite and the lone American hope given an outside chance. From all over England, fans by the hundreds and thousands were heading for this annual Lancaster county capitol of racing. With the first warm sun in days sapping the moisture from flooded Aintree today, police were looking for the reatest crowd of them all—larger even than last year's 250.000 to 400.000—for this 103rd running- of the world's toughest horse race over the world's toughest race course. The route t s so rugged, in Fact, that four horses have been killed over it in the past two days. .Wanted—Used Trailers of all •cinrls-. Hundreds watching the Want Ads to Buy them. biXril—57,500 added; the Foun—in of \ouih Handicap; ihrce- yeai-: mile and 70 yards Jmpenuor 120 Donna's Ace 112 Red Devil 112 Count Rou«h 116 " 108 Pciroboy 112 Proud itulcr 108 ioc Power .vPomj>eiai> Penny Reward !H 107 .-...,,~..4,, , „„ ixcwaru 107 • a u xa e™ry? lables * nd J " H " ^' in ' .v,..^ ~ — ?2,300; claiming; milea~ year; °" e ail<1 °'> e -s ! *^nti; xBari IQG IncoDo IOC xReno lot; ?^» e J}S Cold 112 •Johnnie C 109 -Mr. Dodo 111 xBotye miles. aGremliii Walloon Gay ward aRomanock Qutitre Blanc 115 135 US 118 xOld Union Stride Well Frank II* 1 , US Johnny Evers Dies After Long Illness 4.20. ,- - Flour ink's Forty. M. H:isilo. C«"«»«t Agent and _ 25.90 erts. <r ha - in n. J - Stout. i:j.so o-/ I ? usk >' T| eer. W. Baiau-: IS.oO. 9.CO; Kashmir L. Knapp. Townhouse. \V. n Wright . 910, 3.50; Artillerist. l> Ro ,.' 5.SO, 3.50; Yesnow. J. Stout. . st:u hie. C Alul- 3.50. 3.00; .My star. A. Snider. n < ' L Tiol| e"son. 10.30. V-°n : Santa Clause. A. Snider Neighbor, j. Stout, A'- A - Snider. 7.90, 4.70. . . C. Kogers, 3.20 S 70 : dhSpartacus. W. K Snyder. 600 ".00. F - 22 20 l:J8i Cards, White Sox Top Exhibit Loop New York, March 28 (/P)— The world champion St Louis Cardinals and the Chicago White Sox boast the best exhibition baseball records in the National and American Leagues, respectively, not including today's games. Manager Eddie Dyer's dashing Red Birds have won 11 out of 14 games for a .7S6 percentage, highest in either major circuit while mentor Ted Lyons' Pale Hose have captured 13 out of 19 games for a .684 percentage, best in the American League. The Brooklyn Dodgers possess the second best mark in either loop with a record of 19 victories and six defeats for a .760 mark but the Dodgers have compiled their mark at the expense o£ minor league clubs and Cuban and Panamanian competition while the Red Birds have played against major league teams only. Leo Durocher's Dodgers have won 14 out of 15 games from minor league and foreign aggregations and have managed to win only five out of ten games from major league^teams. Hospital Releases James C. Moore, 131 Elm street; Mrs. Edgar L. Sutton. 1004 Souih Potomac street: Mrs. Edward Moore, 105 Elizabeth street. • Yesterday's discharges were: Mrs. John R. Howard, 212 Mealey Parkway; Miss Ella B. Knadler, 31 North Locust street; Joan A. Traver, 30 Laurel street. Miss Nancy A. Sanbower. Smithsburg; Mrs. Paul A. Jones, S35 Maryland avenue: Mrs. Charles L. Zeigler. Jr., Ravenwood Heights; Mrs. Calvin G. Drenner, 207 High street; Mrs. Charles P. Faucette. 221 Summer street; Mrs. Robert W. Boissiere, 602 Sunset avenue. HOOD COLLEGE CLUB Assisted by Mrs. Merle Ka.et7.el, Mrs. Harold Hoffman, 933 Forrest drive, entertained members of the Hagerstown Hood College Club at her home Tuesday evening. Electric WATER HEATERS WOLF and SON Authorized Phifco Dealer 29 W. Franklin SL WAGAMAN CO DRY CLEANERS 334 North Potomac Street (Next to Armory) Telephon« 4186 For PICK UP and DELIVERY SERVICE Middle Man In Tinker- Evers-Chance Combination Was 65 Years Old Albany, N. Y., March 28 (#>)— Johnny Kvurs, one of baseball's-all- time greats, died today. The middle-man of the National League Chicago Cubs Tinker-to- Evers-to-Chance double play combination of four decades ago died in a hospital here four days after he was stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage. lie was 05 years old. Eleven months ago the former standout second H baseman was el(looted to Uase- li ball's Hall of £ Fame at Cooperstown, N. Y., on a list of 11 oldtime players. The list included first baseman F r a n k Chance and first base m a n Joe jTinker. -j Tinker is recov- JOMNKY E.VERS ering in Orlando, Fla., from an operation last January in which his left leg was amputated, lie said Evens' death marked the passing of one of baseball's greatest players and that Evers "was a fighter in everything he did." Tinker and Evers didn't speak to each other during several of the 10 years prior to 1913 that they Played side by side in the Chicago infield but their perfection-like performances belied their personal feud. Evers' batting average in 14 years oC regular play was .279. During his playing career he never weighed more than 130 pounds. For the past 24 years he had operated a sporting goods store in downtown Albany with his brother, Joe. Boonsboro Hi-Y Elects Officers David Wade'- was elected president of the Boonsboro Hi-Y organization at a meeting held Thursday evening in the Boonsboro High School. Other officers are: Gerald Holmes, vice president; Raymond Root, secretary; Austin Flook, treasurer; advisors Listen Phillips and Don Cronise. There was a discussion on the Maryland Youth Legislature led by Don Klopfer, county and community secretary of the local "Y". During Holy week there will' be no meeting of the Boonsboro Hi-Y and the next meeting will be held on Thursday evening, April 10. Following the meeting there was a basketball game between Hi-Y's of Boonsboro and Smithsbm-g. Russia has become a member of soccer's international governing body, and Soviet teams may make world tours in the future. Copy Writing WINN OFFICE SERVICE 113 W.Washington St. Ph. 2600 Bluebirds To Open Practices Sunday Weather permitting, the Sharpsburg Bluebird baseball club of the Washington County Independent League will hold its initial practice of the year tomorrow afternoon. The veteran down-county aggregation at a recent meeting, under the sponsorship of the Sharp.sburg Bluebird Athletic Association, reelected Argyl Grove president, and mimed Ralph Taylor manager, iuylor is a veteran of several years' service in the Japanese theater of war, and while overseas organized and managed several crack service teams. All players, are urged to be on hand tomorrow. New players and anyone wishing a tryout will be especially welcome. Cabineers Conquer In Jaycee^ Tourney Local Squad Defeats Frederick Y By 60-50 Score Friday Night The local Cabineers cage team won the championship of the Jaycees Cold Medal Tourney which came to a close last night in Frederick. They defeated the run. nei-s-up, Frederick "Y" by a final score of 60-50. The Cabs led all the way and the score at half time found them i" the lead 25-21. Several Hagevstown player^ got medals including Joe Howard of Cabineers,' gold medal for outstanding player. Howard placed on first all-star team and was recommended for all-American selection. Jack Dorsey, Max Kendall received silver medals for placing on 2nd all-star team; Sam Hankey "bronze for placing qn third team. Kendall got a silver medal for being the "dead shot" player. Arthur Deems, Hagerstown Packets, also placed on the third team. Lineups: Dorsev, f.. Smith, f Howard, r Hfinkoy. g- Kcnd»ll, K Bye. | Totals: Otilrow, ( Oriftin, c < jftrdner, l-'ord, R-...' irmnnifr. .Michael, ^ ls Fouls IS fi s 1 32 (•'<I:I!N Ktml.s Point* - • « i 1:5 ...:', i 7 ,... :i 2 s •••••» 7 if, -•• T 1 ?, — i i :s ... o t i Totals .......... s 50 Table Tennis Bouts Planned At Local Y Tournament for Players In This Section To Be Held Here Table tennis players in Hagerstown and vicinity will have their opportunity to prove their skill next month, at a tournament scheduled for the local YMCA in conjunction with the appearance here of Glaucz and Pagliaro, world- famous table tennis stars. Harry E. Wolf, boys' secretary at the local Y, said that the tournament will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Easter Monday, April 7, for all interested persons in Hagerstown, as well as surrounding sections. Those from Waynesboro, Mercersburg, Chambersburg, Martinsburg, Frederick, Thurmont, Cumberland, and other nearby sectors are equally eligible to enter. Finals of the match will be played on April 10, preliminary to the Glancz, Pagliaro exhibition, Wolf said. Prizes will be given to the contestants to gain first and second places, and in addition the winners will have the opportunity of Playing one of the world-famous stars who will be here. Anyone who wishes to enter the tournament should send' his name to Wolf, at the local YMCA. The Morning Herald, THREE linger*(oivji, ^i. Snf urtJn y, .n»ri'Jt :.'». I1M". AP Sports in Brief BOYS' HI-Y WINS The Boys' Hi-Y club won a hard- fought contest from South Potomac alumni yesterday by a 46-45 score. Played on the Y boards, the game at half-time saw South Potomac leading, hut Hi-Y rallied for the pay-off. Lineups: Hl-V f.'oaiH Fouls Vis. Hayes, K • • . ........ 'A 0 r. Hufoer, f ---- ....... T, o 10 Snyder, f ......... 5 i n Poole, g .......... a i ID oas ......... 22 2 46 oii scoring;: McCitbbiu, Concord. Smith Potomac Conl« Koul.s Pj* Pearl, K _ . . • West, g . Biisorc, c Linger, f Day, f . Totals 1 1 :\ 0 12 Baseball Hearing Concluded Friday St. Petersburg, Fly.. March 2S (Jp) —The hearing before Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler ended today after four and one-half hours of testimony by principals in the case. Chandler said the case would be continued indefinitely. Walter Mulbry. secretary to Chandler, said the commissioner would make no decision until he has gone into the matter further involving charges brought by Yankee President Larry MacPhail against Brooklyn Dodger officials. Enameled glass made by the Saracens was valued by the kings and nobles of Europe "during the Middle Ages. RENT A NEW CAR! and Drive it Yourself HERTZ LICENSEE "The World's Largest" LOW RATES - NO RED TAPE For Information and Reservations CALL 4398 Insist On Tri-Maid Products Quality Guaranteed Sold Exclusively By Triangle Food Stores Genuine "KEEPSAKE" Diamond Rings Authorized Keepsake Dealer Saum's Jewelry Store 21 Jonathan St. McCurdy Field in Frcd*rtck will be available for night baseball, softball and football use, probably by May 10, as a result of a contract reached with the Election and Telephone Line Construction Company of Philadelphia for illumination. . . . Dorothy Kirby, Atlanta, has taken a three-stroke lead at the half-way point of the annual Women's Titleholders Golf Tournament. . . . Frozen greens forced postponement of the second round of the $10,000 Charlotte Open. . Oxford University is favored to defeat Cambridge today in the British boat race, as if it really mattered When the Washington Senators walloped the Pittsburgh Pirates 17-8 in exhibition ball yesterday, it marked the first meeting of the two teams since the famous 1925 World Series. . . . A tenth inning rally, spiked by Mike McCormick's homer, gave the Braves a 6-3 win over their Milwaukee Brewer farmhands yesterday. . . . Johnny Wyrostek cracked out two homers as the Phillies nipped the Cards in another long game, 8-7 in 11 innings. . . . The current basketball season ends in New York tonight with the annual Herald- Tribune all-star game, pitting the East against the West. . . . Bowie has announced it wi.ll refuse employment to officers of a new union of clerks and cashiers who operate the mutuel machinery at Maryland's four major race tracks. . . . China's first railroad was built in 187<) r connecting Woosung with Shanghai. I'.', miles away. INSURANCE ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer. Jr., ASK>C. Colonial Theatre Bldg. Ph. 538 PATRONIZE YOUR Municipal Electric Light Plant Maintained for the Sole Beneflt of the Citizens and Taxpayer! of Hagerstown. Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily Phones 765-766 AUTO OWNERS ARE YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS $50 . . .$75 . . .$100 MORE OK LESS DOH'T PAY MOKE THAN HECESSARY! TO REDUCE THE PAYMENTS ON YOUR CAR Just drive up to this office...brine a record of the payments you have already madewith you. We'll work out a Plan while you wsit to give you monthly payments you czn conveniently meet. IF THE BALANCE OWID ON YOUR CAR IS $100 200 300 600 900 WE CAN REDUCE YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO $ 7.53 15.06 , 22.59 44.67 66.32 And, any amount up to $1,500 wirfi ijwntbly payments in pra portion Your HEADQUARTERS for Axle & Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing & Straightening Frame Straightening Wheels and steering assembly of your car take a lot of punishment during winter. Extreme cold, deep ice ruts and heavy snow drifts often disturb wheel alignment and balance. The result: ABUSIVE TIRE WEAR. Come in for an inspection now. 237 FREDERICK ST. * PHONE 2674 Thomas Building 49 N, Jonathan Street • Hagerstown, Maryland Phone: Hagerstown 2416 — 250 Visit the R & G Boys Department Where you can outfit your Boy at Big Savings! BOYS' SUITS $10.95 to $14.80 Choose from the Largest Assortment in Hagerstown. • Double Breasted • Single Breasted Sizes 5 to 16 Little Boys' Spring Coats $JJ.98 and With Caps to match $£.98 DEPARTMENT STORE R&G 51 West Washington Street

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