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AP Sports In Brief Joe Vella, manager of Gus Usnevich, light heavy champion, stated that he was offered a $75,000 guarantee to fight Ezzard Charles in Cincinnati this summer. . . . Conchita Moreno, one of Venezuela's outstanding fault fighters, left for Mexico where she w[U show her ability. . . Construction of extra seats at Churchill Downs In preparation for the running O f the Kentucky Derby May 3 was halted after they failed to obtain a Civilian Production Administration permit . - . American Jockey Frank (Dooley) Adams, who finished seventh on Refugio in the Grand National Saturday, stated he might be back next year for a trial. . . . Frank McGuire hit two Athletics "3" homers for the team yesterday but Toronto won the game 3 to 2. ... A homer by Frank Baumhoftz with one on base gave Cincy their lone runs yesterday in losing to the Cardinals 7 to 2. , . , Blond George Senesky, voted the college player of the year in 1943, has attained the pro heights as » defensive ace while playing with the Philadelphia Warriors. • . . Once given up to die by doctors after a shell exploded at his feet during the war. Leland (Lou) Brissie is today seeking * regular pitching berth with the Athletics. . . . Rain cancelled the Yankee-Phillies contest. Joe Fulks wound up the season with an official mark of 1,389 points having racked up 475 field goals and 439 foul tosses. . . . His. mark is certain to be recognized as a record. . . ; p e te Cawthon, three years an associate coach of the Detroit Lions, has resigned to open a boys' summer camp near Lexington, Va. . . j na s Ingram gave the All-American and owners a taste of his "salty talk" and they took it and had to like it at the schedule meeting of the league. Saddle j>als Capture Opening Game Of Playoff Cabineerj Defeated In A Close Game With Saddle Pals 29-27 Teams Will Clash in Second Contest for City League Crown Tonight—Work from Charity Line Proves Winning Factor f In a contest that saw the lead change hands at least ten times, the Saddle Pals, second half winners of the City League, defeated the Uncle John's Cabineers, winners of the nrst half, by a 29 to 27 score, the contest being played on the Y court before a large gathering of basketball fans. GARDEN SIGNS PAIR New Yprk.TlarchlL (/P)-Sugar Kay Robinson, world welterweight boxing champion, and Georgie A brains, .'one of the top middleweight contenders, were matched today for May J6 in Madison Square in a non-title fight at 10 rounds. Robinson is a Ke\v Yorker. Abrams comes from Washington The fight will be the first in the Garden after the circus leaves. $!!** TOILETRIES FOR MEN masculinfe correct Twin Bill Tonight Tonight the teams will clash in the second game of the playoff series with the "Y" girls' team meeting the St. Mary's girls in the first half of a double header. Ability to cage the leather from the charity line proved a big advantage for the Saddle Pals as they made good 15 out ot 21 tries to 11 for the Cabineers. Sam Hankey featured along those lines wheii he made good seven out of t.n tries. Smith Plays Well The play of Smith for the Cab- ineers was a bright spot. Not only was his floor game of the highest but he led his team in scoring with a total of 13 points. Martin and S. Hankey showed the way for the winners. _Ac the end of the opening pe riod the teams were deadlocked at S all and at half time the score stood 13 to 12 in favor of the Cabineei-s. In the third period the Saddle Pals took over with a point margin 21 to 20 and from there on out it was anybody's game until the. final whistle. Lineups: Snilrtlr Fftl* Contii Foul* Pin. T. Weible, f i i ?, S. Hankey, f i 7- s B. Weible. c l .1 5 D. Hankey. K 0 i i Martin, g 4 3 n Cab Inerrs Aftron, f Smith, f 15 29 Gould Fouls Pt*. Dofflemyer, g 0 Totals s 6 33 0 S 0 .11 Hotel Alexander Bldg. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Harrisburg Opens Spring Training Harrisburg, Pa., March 31 (IP)— The Harrisburg Senators, winners of the Governor's Cup in the Interstate Baseball League last .year, opened their spring training season today at Greenville. S. C. Fourteen of the advance squad of 30 team members left Harrisburg yesterday. Heading the party was business manager Frank Spair who said the other players would report directly to Manager 'Les Bell who is already at Greenville. Harrisburg will open the Interstate League season April 30 against the York White Roses in a game at Harrisburg. The Senators will break camp April 24, starting a northward trek which will feature several exhibition games- Come in! GET Safety in the Super-Strength Tire with Easy-Chair Riding THE BY DAYTON SrgnofoOoytc Dealer Safety rn your fires lies in the strength of the cords under the tread, which are the reinforcement against shock and road hazards. Aufocrofs give you 6-pfy rating. This is achieved by Raytex Fortified Cords of a military truck type, far stronger than those used in ordinary rayon automobile tires. You get a smooth, easy-chair ride sines only 4 plies of this super-strength cord are needed to give Autocrats this 6-ply strength. Sure, quick straight-line stops. Toe-action tread with hundreds of silent, toe-action eggs, bites through road film ftfr positive control of your car. THE TIRE FOR }% OF TODAY'S MOTORISTS MAKE A DATE WITH DAYTON AT Conner Tire Service 1007 W. Washington St. Phone 852 Bowie Entries-Gulfstream Results FIRST—$2,500; claiming;; four- year-olds ami ii|>; nix furlong*. lln 120 Meneither Miss Tipper 111) Over Hold 120 American Fore 11 ;, Fair Call 115 Dowsabe! 1K1 Indian Sun 120 Biff Jack 120 James- borougrh 120 Splinter New Book Caroline Ann Cholly Timotl Floater Sir 115 115 ISO 115 120 SECOND—52.500; claiming; four- year-olds and ut>; six furlongs. Grand Toy 113 Ard'ent Mis Patience Paula G Dover Road- 100 Paula Grier 112 Miss Kalolo 10S Fernlet 109 Sofiball Leagues Starting April 28 Nine City and a Doxen County Teams Will Open League Play That Day Softball conies into its own starting on Monday, April 2S, when nine City League teams and a dozen county loop teams swing into action according to plans announced by Don Klopfer, county and community secretary at the Y. M. C. A. The membership or the City League has been filled but there is still room for another team in the County. i Officers elected to head the leagues were installed on Friday night at the meetings held at the Y. M. C. A. WilliamiCcton is president of the City circuit and Harry Vollmer is vice president, while Charles ' Clopper of Clearspring will head the West County teams with Clarence Mason of Pectons- ville as vice president. The following teams have entered the local league and will play a straight 24-game season with the champions being eligible to compete in the State tournament: Funkstown Legion, Jamison Door Co., High Street Marketeers, Hagerstown Ice Co., Eagles. Knights of Columbus. Keedy Insurance Co., Fairchild and the Hagerstown Gas Co. The County League will be divided into two sections, the western and southeast. The six teams in the west section are: Charlton. Pinesburg, West End Aces. Clear- spring, Cearfoss and Pectonville. In the southeast, five teams have entered so far; two from Boonsboro, one from Sharpsburg, and two from Williamsport. Another entry is needed for this section. The two sections will play off separate seasons in the county with a playoff- being held at the end of the campaign to decide the championship. A meeting of the two leagues will be held at the Y. M. C. A. this Friday night and all team representatives are requested to be present. Applications are now being accepted for league umpires and anyone interested can contact Don Klopfer. Royal Favor lOfi First Parly 122 Walter Haisht 113 Miss" Lovable Our Belief Inn Belle Teddy Smart Peggy s 110 IOS 111 10$ 10S 111 .N'cHa Jones IOS THIRD — J2.500; maiden; two- yesir; four furlongs. Blue Holly US 'White Face 11S -Mr. Tolsoii US Gunner IIS Brandy US Day ' us m Punch aGay .Revolver 11S cBitter Sea 115 Sandra Kay llf> Top Foot IIS cTenuilla 115 Gunner if. Derby Day Conewago a Wiaruio Lad aDr. Roche Angling 115 118 ns Caste Mark 11S and Phipps. bMc- Gee and Shamrock Stable entry. FOURTH—$2,500; claiming-; three- year-olds; six furlongs. xSun Volo 10; xaPlay Foot 114 Desert Isle 10X Post Time 113 Barber Buck 113 xRosemere Lin 1H Dr. Tierney 11" Belnmnt. Girl IOS Sweet .Money . 108 Scotch Sand 113 Dusty Devil n:i Gray Bear 113 xa Daisy Ponniet xRoyal Sarada xCpolatnay xSincon 103 IOS 103 IOS Bowling Scores KASTEn.V STAR HO\VLI.\G T.KAGUE High individual total this weA; was rolled by Xaomi Evans, 322' followed by D. Snapp, 316; M. Hess, aid M. Trace. 300. Dotty Snapi7 came through with 128 for the high single game. Other pood singles ->vere rolled by: M. Hess. 119. 102: X. Evans. US. 114; M. Trace. 108: H. Snively. 105: M. Pitcock. 102: M. Gilbert. 101: G. Wyant. 101 and E. Fleagl*. 100. Jupiter and Neptune tied for high team single of 49S. Mars with 1436 had high 3 pame total. STANDING Won F.ost Jupiter ' 32 S Xeptune is 12 -\J a I-* 11 19 Venus 9 21 Ai,s,vrr.v Next bowling tlnte for the Alsatians will he Friday. April llth— and the last meet of (ho season— Good Friday being: the reason for 101. bowling: (his week. Results of last FridnyV meeting- are as follow.-;: Higrh individual single. J. DHmer 140: higrh individual total. H. Reynolds 3S4: high team sinjsrle. Cypresses 560: high team total, Pop- '-rs 152?. The select brackets: J Minnich 120. l2l-35!»: J. DStmer 140-351; I,, rook .120: "VV. Snyder 127-346: J. Btir- srer 126-32.": .T. Speicher 122-353: .1. . . Carver 135-o2S: Humc-lsine 32S- . ('.. T-Iildebrand loO-.'G!: H. Kiser 12S- FIFTH—$3.000; year-olds and -u]j; Ideal Gift IIS Pondshen 115 claiming; four- six furlongs. Breakage Miss Lena War S Pi- She's Scotch 111 112 122 IOS Intermission 115 Miss Neddie 114 Sandlajpper 111 xGeorgie V Anatolia xHawkwood Aress Truce FJafr Dove Shoot Hay Boo Betty's Botiby 115 106 106 117 11?, 113 115 SIXTH—J5.000; the Cape Charles: four-year-olds and up: mile and 70 cPrefect 120 aGolleto 120 cRIiiRthebell 106 aDarbv D-Day Noble (3ne 109 109 xAerial Gunner Signal's Bloke Injromar 110 IOS IOS «.Mr. and Mrs. H. James entry. cG. Ring entry. SEVENTH—$3.500; claiming: four- year and i miles. Our Blen Gambling Andv one and one-sixteenth 111 114 Beau Sweep 109 Sun Chevie Ted Wes Gauntlet 109 H4 109 EIGHTH—J2.500; claiming; four- year-olds and up; mile and a sixteenth. xSilver Ace 115 Ample 115 xRoyal'View ilfi Enterprising'111 xMr. .Grundy 115 xSir Jerome 106 V Day xLady Leaopa xGoldetj Messasrp 105 104 107 xaAlimonv Kid Noah's Choice Before Time 120 x.iHopewell 106 117 lOfi xChislam 100 Gent O Day 117 aAsh and Adams entry. xFive pounds apprentfce allowance claimed. First post. 2 p. m. EXHIBITION BASEBALL Toronto (I) 002 100 000—3 12 1 Philadel. 'B' (A) 101 000 000—2 S i Haralin, Besse and Desautels; Bowes, Brisse and Astroth, Cincinnati St. Louis (X) 000 020 000—2 6 1 201 112 OOx—7 13 0 Vandermeer. Riddle anciXemanno- Bea y. Hearn and Rice. St. Louis (A) 200 OOfl OU 3—7 10 1 Phtsb'g-h (.X) 003 000 001 1—S 11 1 loti. Snnforr] and' Moss: Hallett Herring- and Tost and Salkelcl. Chicago (X) ..100 050 002—S 14 1 Cleveland (A> 102 210 000—R 11 l Borowy. Lee. McCall and McCul- louK-h, Sheffing-; Kuzava. Linde Gromek and Hegan, Lopez. Boston (A) Houston (TF,). . .040 000 000—4 R •> . .200 000 000—2 7 2 iViT" ,?^ ^W'^P. H. Mora. 23.20. r-l' ,, !> - < 7, 0; », La "i ern ' L - U- Jones. 11.^0. i).»0; Alan F A. DeYoung. llt.'.'O 2,-Are'H I'!), A. Snider, fi.40. 4.10 Mayer. . ,\. BUXIOM. I)H».V -— Jo,.'* S\vei-ii and •. rr~ e \ VOVk ' n ' -- Huxiou. 5.!>0. 3.30 -.JU; Dolomite. A. .Snider. 0.80. 5 B0 : Happy Lark. H. Fair. 4.00. , . -. ,J; vl »ter Song. <j. South. Irunsvaal, \v. Balzaretii. . 3 -' t( ?' i»«'n vv/,' -;--~'«t", i». Bendinelli, 12.20. ,.aO; Mescara, J. Wagner. 4.81)! •> K 6 <r"w U J iV) ss> , A Snid * r - 7-10. 2.70. j.bO; War Watch. J. Stout, :'.-iO, MO- bublime. C. Mulls. -1.40. 2.40; Roma/iock. h. Kernliard't, I'lto' -.oO; Just;i Nott. J. Stout. 3.30. S-—Empty Plato. J R LijvtriTi 15.30. l.t.CO. 9.00: liowiini Green! S (juce. 1..SO. 11.10; Which Cup. J Kobertson. f>.60. Bowie Season Opens Today First of Hundred Days of Racing for Maryland to be Ushered In Bowie, Md., March 31 (/P)—April Fool's Day and racing arrive simultaneously in Maryland tomorrow with upwards of 12,000 of the faithful expected to be on hand for the return of the ponies from southern climes. As in other years, this Southern Maryland course in the pines inaugurates the eastern racing season five days in advance of the Jamaica opener in New York Saturday. The 31-day Bowie spring meeting marks the first of 100 racing days alloted the state's four "major tracks, with half of them coming this spring and the remainder in fall meetings. Topping the opening-day attraction • will be the $5,000 Cape Charles purse, one mile and TO yards for four-year olds and upward, and eight cheap handicap performers have been entered overnight. . Heading the bill will be the Gizs- tave Ring entry of Prefect and Ringthebell, and the Mr. and Mrs. H. James entry of Colleto and Darby D-Day. Prefect and Colleto were assigned top weight of 120 pounds. Others named were Ingomar. Signals Bloke, iVoble One, and Aerial'Gunner. The first Bowie stake will be run Wednesday, with a probable field of 10 for the 510,000-added Rowe Memorial handicap, a six-furlong sprint for threes-ear olds and upward. All snakes shed their skins one or more times each year.' INSURANCE ~ ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer, Jr., As»oc. Colonial Theatre Bldg. Ph. 538 Hugrhson and Hayes; Creel, Beers" Eisininger, Masson. Chicagrp (A) 203 003 000—S 35 3 Xew York (N) 020 000 106—9 !.•$•> Papish. Caldivell and Tresh; Carpenter. Andrews. Trinkle and Gladd. BABE SEEKS CLOTHES Xew York, March 31 (/P) — Babe Ruth, who lost 36 pounds during his long hospital stay, said today be hoped to buy some "clothes that would fit'' this week but that he wouldn't display them in the Easier parade "because of the large crowds." . i He sa'id he would restrict his j Easter "parading" to an automo-! bile ride, weather conditions permitting. K. Gunderman P. Hr>rst . .'527: C. Ha:iver S2I>: L. Cromer 124335; J. Higprln.s 12S-33R; P. Huffer 137-'o^; T. Dively 124-321; H P.ey- nolds 134. ir,7-r,S4: R. Lehman 132327: N. Reed 120-325; r>. Kane 122330; R. Kauffman 122: C. Smith 120- W. Martin 122: F. Moore 121- R Gibson K'2; DoWalt 132. Mnnrlincr Won Poplars ................ 2fi Hickories .............. 25 Willows ............... 24 Spruces ................ 23 Dogwoods ............. 22 Birches ................ 22 Pines .................. 21 Maples ................ 21 T.ost 12 14 la Ifi 17 37 IS IS 1? 21 21 0 J 2! 23 MARKETS TO DRILL A practice session for the High Street Marketeers has been called for Wednesday evening starting at 5:30 o'clock on the Reservoir diamond. All players signed are urged to be on hand for this workout as well as any other players wishing a trial. More than 10 percent of Sweden's almost seven million population lives in Stockholm. WE HAVf ^ CREW JF CAR TCOUfcLE DtTlCrORS-AMDA C*EW Of EFFICIEKT MECHANICS/ Large Stock of Parts and Accessories HASLACKER MOTOR CO. Direct Factory Dealer Chrysler - Plymouth 55 E. Baltimore St. Phone 827 SERVICE ENTRANCE on Locust Street Palms ................. IS Firs ................... is Cypresses .............. is Hawthorns ............ IK Cottons ................ i fi Locusts ................ Jfi Redwoods ............. is Hemlocks ............. \~, Larches ................ ] 3 Chestnuts ............. 12 JOE LAPCHfCK CONTRACT Xew York. March 31 (.^/—Although it lost in the neighborhood of S500.000 in the first regular season. Basketball Association of America officials today expressed confidence in the future of the pro (OOP and the Xew _ York Knickerbockers gave it. an extra vote of support by signing Joe Lapchick to a three year contract. j Protect Your Car j 1 with I I FENDIX I I Automobile Underbody | | Protective Coating and | | Sound Deadener. 1 | Call for Free Estimate f j Hess Auto Body Wks. f ! 509 Frederick St. Ph. 3074 I YOUR FRIENDLY Lincoln Mercury Dealer BURLESON MOTORS 125 E. BALTIMORE ST. PHONE 4636 HAGERSTOWN, MD. Announce the Following Services in Their COMPLETELY EQUIPPED SERVICE DEPARTMENT • Speedometer • Brakes • Wheel Balancing • Motor Analysing • Generator* • Starters • Body Tightening • Washing & Polishing • Welding • Lubrication SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER TODAY and WEDNESDAY FREE SPEEDOMETER CHECK Service Dept. Open 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Stadium To Get Repairs Field Association Completes Tour of Inspection of Baseball Plant Work is expected to get under way at the Municipal Stadium on the needed repairs to the stands, fences, light towers as well as the radio and press quarters following an inspection tour made by the Field Athletic Association yesterday afternoon. A number of the cross arms on the light towers will have to be replaced and several strengthened. The association also has worked out plans to erect .several new boxes at each end of the grandstand in order to prevent ;i ganging up of crowds to the side of the players' dugouts, but they will iu no \vay interfere with the entrances to the grandstand or bleachers. Getting Field Ready Along with other recommendations made was to give the place a new coat of paint and the old press box at the end of the roof on the grandstand, that once served as The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. NINE TuM«l»y. April 1, 11147. ^A^U THE Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS The FERA Cargoettes basketball team which just captured the Eastern States Industrial Recreation Association's title in Waterbury, Conn., certainly made plenty of friends and gained the admiration of the fans as well as their opponents by their excellent sportsmanship. For instance in the game played Friday night with the Federal Reserve team in Xew York it was learned before the game played that a beating their first year they are sticking to their guns and will continue to furnish high class basketball in the major cities. Manager "Bunny" Griffiths is expected to arrive in this city either Thursday or Friday and from there on out baseball news will be popping for the fans. Griffiths has several players he is bringing with him who were turned over to the Federal Reserve team played and set up several records playing girls rules, they really preferred the game played under boys' rules. After easily defeating the New Yorkers in girls rules the FERA Cargoettes agreed to play one half of another game under boys rules. The Cargoettes won that game as well by a very close score in the closing minutes of the game. The crowd gave them a great hand when it was announced they would play such a game. In Waterbury on Sunday the Cargoettes swept right into the hearts of the fans when they took the floor. The, local aggregation was the best dressed team showing and their great defensive play and Griffiths has been, working out regularly with the Williams- and is ready to put igh their paces at the Stadium starting bright and early on Monday morning. s * * I'll stick to the sticks if that is what the big cities call Hagerstown —it suits me fine. . . . Good Morning. FRANK COLLEY. an office for Oren E. Sterling will ' S° al tossing as well as their'pass- be removed, the press quarters in illR won (ne crowd. middle of the stands will be renovated, as will the radio booth. Plans call for something to be done to the fences as th e out of the park fans have slashed and mutilated the fences so that they are now in very poor shape. The playing field was also gone over and work will get under way placing the infield as well a s the outfield in condition in order^ that the Owls, expected to report here for training on April 7, can go right to work. MIDDLECOFF WINS CHARLOTTE OPEN Charlotte. X. C., March 31 (/p)— Gary Middlecoff, the Memphis dentist, who passed up a berth with the Walker Cup team to give himself a two-year test as a professional golfer, won the Charlotte open tournament playoff today with a smashing. 32-32—64, eight under par, to trim George Schoux, the San Franciscan who plays out of Mamaroneck. X. Y., by nine strikes. Because of the influence of the Japanese current, long sections.of the coast of Alaska have temperatures that seldom fall below zero m winter. Besides making Fairchild better known the Cargoettes also gave Hagerstown plenty of good pub- licitv. Racing over the major tracks in Maryland gets under way this afternoon when Uowie throws open their gates. From Bowie the horses will move on to Havre de Grace for 12 days from April 11 through April 26; then to Pimlico from April 28 to May 10, climaxed by the 5100000 Preakness on the final day; and then back to Havre de Grace for 13 days, May 12-20. A great number of the local racing fans always attend the various tracks and then comes the Charles Town meet with the state half milers taking over a little later on. * *> 4 Joe Lapchick, one of the original New York Celtic cage stars, has turned down what is probably one of the largest salaries ever offered a college cage coach to join the ranks of the pro cagers. Lapchick, who coaches the St. John's of Brooklyn quint, was offered $10,000 a year for three years, but Lapchick stated he decided to shift to the pros because he thinks the game has a tremendous future in the BAA and although the circuit took PLAYER AWARD TO BE GIVEN AT 'Y' A trophy will be presented on Wednesday night at the Y. M. a A. to the player "whr has shown the best sportsmanship" this season in the City Basketball League. Harry Eavey physicial dir: ;tor at the "Y," is in charge of a five- man committee selecting tl-e player to receive the sportsmanship award. Ed Kerns, manager of Kinney's Shoe Store and sponsor of the trophy, will make the presentation. A fine program has been lined up for Wednesday night. The Uncle John's Cabineers and the Saddle Pals will play the third game of the playoffs for the City League title and Bud Mesner's" musical Saddle Pals will supply the entertainment. George Guida, Villanova track ace, who has scored stunning victories, was a halfback on the football squad last fall. Men's-and Boys' Sport & Loafer COATS Men's $12.95 to $23.95 Boys' $ 7.95 to $10.95 Men's and Boys' TROUSERS all shades Men's . 55.95 to $12.95 .Boys' $2.95 to $ 6.95 Rudisill & Wolber 19 W. Franklin St. P BOCK is BACK AND Export's GOT IT! Good Old Export comes back with that good old Spring brew made with good old mountain water. Ask for ii today of your favonfe tavern •~"n*j* BOCK Distributed by Wantz Bottling Works, Hagerstown, Md.

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