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Owls Drop Final Exhibition Game Of T ra i n i n g Grind - * ^^^^ '•• , i ' .' . * ."*, 1 Harrisburg Defeats Owls In Lopsided Game By 17-9 Score f, -_ ... Locals Defensive Play Is Way Off Standard In Early Stages—Pete Kantor Leads Owls Attack With Four Safe Hits on two base hits and a walk. Four runs were 'picked up in the ninth on three solid hits a walk, fielders choice and a Harrisburg;error: Box HARRIS BURG Ah. R. H. O. A. Buell, «« Koeraer, «f Ib 3b rt / If Amlcrum. ^b Conyem, M»n»ri BuruM. DanlelK e Baxter, p W«Btk«afer, m .Wollpert * 3 0 2 S 11 13 2 H 3 1 2 1 O 5 0 1 1 • Total* ......;..... 441711 HAGERSTOW* Ab. R. H. O. A. By FRANK COLLEY Sports'Editor, Morning Herald Manager Les Bell's Harrisburg Senators displayed plenty of long distance hitting power yesterday afternoon at the Stadium in defeating the Hagerstown Owls by a 17 to 9 score, ixuinding out three homers, a triple and five doubles. The win enabled the Senators to break even in their series with the locals. Hagerstown failed to show the snap and power they showed in winning Saturday's contest and errors in the first part of the game set the stage for Harrisburg to gain a commanding lead. Two costly errors by D'addario and Halvoniclt set the stage for Harrisburg's four runs in the opening inning", after two were out. Conyers reached when D'addario booted his hard: smash and Manarik reached when Halvonick messed up his grounder. Burns doubled to -left" center scoring Conyers and Greifuz homered over the left field wall. Bartz took care -of Ankrum's fly for-the final out. Poffenberger left the hillock after two" years "out in the fourth but not • before Harrisburg had scored four times....Ankrum .walked but Stqckhausen fouled out to Halvonick. Baxter doubled against the centerfield wall scoring Au- Icrum. , v '. Stamoi On Mound Buell singled into left, scoring BaxteV; : Kberher -forced Buell at second and then Conyers hit oter the centerfield wall -sending in Koener ahead of him. Pete Stamos took, over on.- -the inound forcing Manarik to pop to-Jenhis for the ' last outJ"' .•••• •. ';•';••' ; -•'•'•'.:;;;:.: .'" v \ Hageretown broke into the run column, in'the fifth when D'addario singled; with one out, taking second on a wild pitch and tallying when Bartz doubled against the centerfield fence. ; v . -: The Senators added five more tallies to their total : in the'sixth round, the rally being featured by Greifuz's second homer of the day, it coming with one man on base. Westheafter and Schlutz took over the hurling duties in-the sixth inning. --Kantor Hit* Well Harrisburg added a run to their advantage in the seventh on a walk to Buell and Conyer's double to the .right /field fence. Two walks and a scratch single by Halvonick gave the Owls a fun in the seventh. With two on Kantor singled into center to add a couple of more runs for. the locals. Four solid blows -gave Harrisburg three more runs in their half of the eighth frame. The" Owls picked up a lone run in the eighth Babe Ruth Is _Honor Bambino Deeply Touched With Ovation and Presents At Stadium Ceremonies Pimlico Entries FlRST-r-12,500; claiming; 4 years and up; l J /» mllea. xStar Time 105 xTig-er Ace Gay Vejnture 115 xRunnlnjr 105 H«»«ler, Percey. H D'Add»rio, 2b Will la wii. rt Bart*: cf ...... Jeiiniv. J.h . .. Hftlvonlclt, 3b Kantor, c . . . Stamoi, p Sehultx, i> b Total* ....... .... 4i » 12 27 10 a Filed out lor Baxter In 6th. b Forced Kantor at 2ad for Sckultm in Oth. • ; •••:;•';••••• •• '. ;,.. .. ^ e Safe on error for Hajwder la 9tk. .... . . 4OO 4O5 13O— 17 ..... .000 010 314— * Error* : D'Addnrio, Halronlcfc, Hauler. Buell, Cony era, Wettheafer. Rnn« batted IB: Barn*, Greifnt «. Baxter, Buell, Conyerf 3. Bartc 2, Manarik, Halvonick, Ankrnm, \Ve«t- GEIGER'S i, New Location 31 £. AnticUm 5t PACKAGE LIQUORS heater, Owcar, D'Addario, Panek 2. Two l>a«e hit*: Burn*. 2, Baxter, Bartx, Conyer»,, Oreifnc, Percey. Three haie alt: Conyera. Hone rune: GreifUK. :. Conyer*. Stolen baseai Halvonick. Double play*: Ha»»ler to JenniBi Hauler. D'Addario' i to Jenni*. Left on bakes: Hnrri«bur*r «: 14. Base on baU>: oft 2; Baxter 3; Weitkeae'- er 4; Stamoa 3; Scliultx l. Struck out: by Poffeaberjcer 3; Barter .5; WeatKeafer It Schulti 1. Hlta: off Poffenherarer 6 in 3 2/3 Inning*: Baxter 4 In S: West heater S In 4; Stanion 4 In 2 l/3j Schult* « in 3. Hit by pitcher: Williams by Baxter. IVila pitches: Baxter. Stamos. FJiHucd ball: I)a«ielff.-Winning pitcher: Baxter. Lo»tnic pitcher: Foffenbericer. "Umpires: Lnahbanarh and Lighter. Time of mime: 2:30. I ' New York^April 27 (^>)—Babe Ruth came back to the Yankee Stadium today for a long overdue special day in his honor to answer a thunderous ovation from 58,339 fans with a wave of the hand and a few hesitant words spoken, in a husky semi-whisper. ' Still thin and weak'after an 82-i day ordeal in a hospital as the re-! suit of a serious neck operation,' the greatest home run slugger of all time reverted to form with a message to the "kids of/America" who always have been his moat faithful followers. "The only real game in the world is baseball,"" he said as his eyes filled and his throat choked from the warmth of his greeting. "In this game you have to come up from youth. You've got to start way down, at the bottom, if you're going to be successful like - those fellows over there." Legion Brings Message As he said this he pointed at the Yankee players who were lined up on the field listening to the ceremonies from a spot near home plate. It wasn't far from, the batter's box from where he used to smash -the game's , longest home runs. The Bambino wore the familiar long v tan camel's hair coat and a tan cap over his greying, baldisii Head as he walked slowly from tlte Yankee dugout in the shadows of the cavernous "House That Ruth Built." : ••; A 14-yeaf-old boy from the Bronx, I>arry Cutler, representing the Junior . America'n^.Legion ; baseball program with which the Babe will be connected, had spoken just before Ruth's turn arrived.: . . The youngster's nervous message "from all us kids; it's swell to have you back" probably impressed .the Babe more than the more eloquent words of praise from commissioner A. B. Chandler, and presidents Will Harridge of the American League and Ford Frick of the National League. Earlier on the program, that was broadcast on a" coast-to-coast network and piped-direct into most of the .ball parks in the nation, Francis Cardinal Spellman had pronounced the invocation and ask- Riot Winged " Pharoah . Sightseer xStrolHng- Don • xMilk Flip Electric . SECOND- 6 furlonrs. bFrosen Custard Lily Mars Mess Cook Farfalina Ocean- Front bMint O' Morn Laurania 110 105 120 xSorrowful Sandworth Globe Trotter • 110 xScotch Flag 110 xTown Camp 100 Red Torch ' 115 xGallant Doc 105 115 ..115' 110 112 115 r?2,500; J year, maidens; ,120 115 120 115 120 120115 120 120 Chestwick Command Keiislng-ion Gay . 115 aCharg-e On 120 aScout Out 120 Helen's Gold 115 Georse Snow 120 xBay Orders 115 .Hingango 115 aCarroll and Constantiu entry. . bVVinmill and Smith entry. THIRD—J3.500; alJowances; steeplechase; 4 years and up;-2 miles. axxAHier xxxWolf- berry aCurious 'Arab bGrand Prince II Valiant bTrough Hill 131 134 114 144 136 142 Lady Janice 13D xxTimber Tourist xxCrand Illusion' • Bill Hill xxTaps-To- Reveille 135 137 142 137 aMrs. C. Sullivan entry- bLuro and Bromley eniry. Hudson Holds Yanks At Bay Buddy Lewis Breaks Up! Hurlers Duel With Single To Win Game 1-0 New York, April. 27 (#"}—Buddy Lewis took some of tbe fun out of Babe Ruth Day for 58,339 fans in the Yankee Stadium today when lie singled home Sid Hudson in the eighth inning s today to lead the Washington Senators to a 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees. The safety broke up'a pitching duel' between Hudson and Spud Chandler. ' ' In registering his second victory over the Yankees, Hudson was tagged for eight hits, but was superb in the clutches, leaving 11 Yankees stranded on the, base- paths, nine of them in 1 the first four innings. Bobby Brown made three of the Yankees' hits and he and Aaron Robinson were the only New Yorkers to reach third. Walkies Take Top Honors At Opening Fountain Head Country Club Golfers Usher In Season With Tourney The Walkies, captained by Fred Reynolde, ; officially ', , opened the golfing season for • men at the Fountain Head '.Country Club' on Saturday by trouncing the Talkies, The Morning Henld, Hagerstbwn, Md. / NINE' , MoKdar. A»ril 28. 1JMT. . ; . . ,*.,. THI Colley-See-Um OF SPOiTS Vic Stine, the final to 19 J /4, and the maid- FOURTH—:$2,500; 2 year; en; fillies;,4% furlongs; aSis Lea 117 Sweet Bobby 117 Jean Jeani 117 Swing Trot 111 Kandy Macon Comfort 117 Switch 117 French Belle FloAver. 117 Heloise 117 Christmas Peanut's Tide .117 Girl 117 In the Harmony Clover 117- Hope a-Blenlin - 117 Thumbolt PicLura 117 . Zoriel WASHIXGTOX U Ab. R. H. O. A. .3 000 O aKydrie Stable and Hancock try. - _ FIFTH — 15,000; allowances; year fillies; 6 furlongs. 117117 117 en- oEternallea 115 xOberod 101 xMiss Prime 101 Whimsical 106 Flying :" Fortress 106 bin the I*ink 10ft aWith Honor 10S Allure T- 1 * aLock and Key =105 . . aMahcock and Oglebay entry. bCalumec Farm entry. SIXTH— J7.500 added; -3 years and up; 6 furlongs. . . : Kitchen aSollure 110 Police 110 Galactic 101 Pep Well 114 Plying Lord Grille 110 ; Weather 110 Gorget .110 East 105 aPrognosis 110 ; aH. G. Bedwell entr>'- - . SEVENTH — J3.500; claiminr: 4 years and up; 1 1/16 miles. Lewiu.-rf .....;.. 4 0 1 « 0 Spent*, tf .....'.... ,'2 0 l 2 4» Ib .......... 4 0 O 7 0 3b ....4 O 2 2 1 Pridrty, Mb '....;' 3 O O 2 1 Christina*, *•. ..-4 ft M I :t Rvans. e ...4 It Z 7 O Hudnoii, p .'... 4 l l 01 T«ttHlK ....... J. ..- Sti 'I 7 NEW YORK: AI». :K. H. HIzzuto. •« ..'..• ___ . . 4 Brown. 3h ........... R lh ef Keller. If ... H*«rlcb. rf . RohlnBon. c * Reynold* .. StJrnyrel*!, 2h »« Brrrm ..... r<ncade)io. 2b Ckandler, p *i> Colnmn . O. A. 4. • 2 4 M 2 Total* . ;. ...... . . 35 o 8 27 15 I.RHN for RohinHon (n 8th. •• Popped out for Stlrnivela* In Stingprice Star Back Hairanette ed. a blessing for "a champion of fair play and a manly leader of youth in America." COMPLETE Automotive Service TINGLING AUTO 8ALE8 — SERVICE r .F»atlM—CMC Dealer - : t*7 Fnderlck 8fc YES! We Have THE KNOW HOW Prompt Service on All Makes of Cars! Large Stock of . Parts & Accessories MOTORCO. Direct Factory Dealer Chrysler - Plymouth 55 E. Baltimore St. Phone827 SERVICE ENTRANCE on Locu»t Street Harrisburg Drops Contest To Owls Solid Hitting By Locals - Pavts Way for 12 to 8 Victory On Saturday Saturday afternoon the Hagerstown Owls unleashed a 16 hit- attack pn^a pair of Harrisburg Senator hurlers to turn back their Interstate League .rivals -by a. 12 to S score. Scoring:in every inning but the third and seventh the Owls had things very much their own way 'until the _ninth when Harrisburg bunched 'four hits' and a walk to score five times/the rally being featured by Manarik's home run with the hassocks loaded. D'addario with four hits led the Owls attack while Percey and Jeh- nis each' had 'three safe blows. Gene Joselane malting his .first of the year in a.n Owl uniform went in as a pinch hitter for Bumstead in ..the fourth inning, clouted one over the deep centerfield fence. No one was on at the time. Bumstead and Nedelco divided the hurling duties for the afternoon with Harrisburg gathering seven hits off Bumstead and s'even otf Nedelco, the latter -working five frames. Score i Harrisburg . .210 000 005— S 14 3 Hagerstown . .140 .302 02x—12.16 0 Colone, Piercey and Stockhausen, Daniels Bumstead, Nedelco and Crumling. National League Yesterday's Result* •" Brooklyn 9, New York 8. Chicago 3, St Louis 0. Philadelphia 5-5, Boston 4-4. Cincinnati 6-2, Pittsburgh. M. Standino Won-Lett Pet. Brooklyn ..; 7 2 .778 Chicago 7 4 .636 Pittsburgh 6 5 .545 Cincinnati 7 6 .538 Philadelphia 6 6 .500 Boston 5 5 .500 New York 2 7 .222 St. Louis .......V... 2 7 '.222 / • Games Today No games scheduled. American League Yetterday't Results Washington 1, New York 0. St. Louis 4-4, Chicago 2-3. , Boston 6, Philadelphia 6. Detroit-Cleveland rain. Standing New York 7 . - 4 Cleveland .......... 5 * . 3 Chicago ............ 5 4 Washington 4 4 Boston .......' v 5 5 Detroit ............. 4 5 t. Louis .......... 4 6 'hiladelphia ....... 3 6 Dove Shoot xBlack Object • Ring Master Sandy Trail 114 114 117 114 122 122 114 Leavetakin» xRoberc E. Lee xTintia. "Mr. Dumjohn xAlhaion Gullah Tee 109 114 104 114 103 109 114 aCasti O Boy 114 aBond and Greer entry. EIGHTH — J4.500: allowances; Grade D; 4 years and up; 1 1/16 miles; Lord Grille Treasury He Rolls Detection March Chick Gorget 1 Dog O'Sullivan 1,10. 109 121 109 112 115 110 Spanish TJhl 121 Flying- Weather 10* Chancejfain. 110 xB right Argrosv 104 Teddy 104 XE» Fouled out for CliHinll.fr in 9tli. WnMhfnictOR . ____ '.. «fK) MtO Ol<>— I N'«w York: .......... (MM) . OOO . OtKt— O Error*: None. Hun* linttctl In: Lewin. Two h««e kit*: Brown ^, Tr»vl*. SncriAcr: Gr»ce. Double pl»r: Ri«uto mid Stirnwelas. Left o« bnicts: AVuKhinjirtoii S; New York 11. limit* on halln: Chnutller 3: Hnd- •on .t. Strike outu: Chaiuller 4: Hud- aon 6. Umpires: Kn#-. PnpnreHn unit Summer*. TInve: 2t^0. Attendnnce: paid. captained by score being Talkies gathered up the checks for the buffet luncheon served at the club house before play started. Captain Reynolds 'following the match stated that the result only goes to prove that it doesn't pay to-talk too much, but concentrate on your own game while playing g'o'U. To which Captain Stine replied, "We wuz robbed." Over 120 golfers took part'in the official opening but all did not participate in the tourney. Seven Arc Tied A Kicker's Handicap match was also staged the same day with first honors being divided among seven players, each posting 77.. The winners were France 84-7-77- Noel 86-9-77; Dorsey 85-8-77; Has'- sett 92-15-77; Clapp 102-25-77; Welsh 97-20-77, and Troxell 9720-77. Following are the results of the Walkie-Talkie tourney with members of the Walkie team named first: Harney-Staup 3, Noel-C. K. Stonebraker 0; Fiery-Hines 3, Murphy- Lakin 0; Nichols-Lehner 1, France- Ward Sr. 2; Reynolds-Fridinger 3, Stouffer-Stine 0; J. Stpnebraker- Pollard 2, Landers-Kaiss' 1; --.'Moore- Coblentz 3, Zimmerman-Haninch 0; ;Cave-Howard 3, Wejtphal-Prior 0; Hoch-Angotti.' 3, Chappelear- Annon 0; Wright Sr.-Machen 3, Caskey-Potter 0. : '.-; Baker-Slick;;0,- Troxell-Unger.3; Hassett-Hammer 0, Angle-J. Reynolds, 3; Kelley-Funkhouser : 3, Dovey : Carder ; ; Of Ward : Jr.-Clapp 0. : Sominers-Maugans : S;! Fahen- stock-Walsh 2^, Cash-Fitez ' ,.y>; Eissig-Wright 2, Strole-Smead 1; Garlette-Dorsey 0, . Graybill-Steele 3, Welsh-King 0, Miller-Mason 3. City Softball Loop Starts Play Today Season Will Run Through August 4 With Games Listed Twice A Week JACKETS ANNEX A PAIR OF CONTESTS iTHicailine *4tol&d£' correct Akxand«r IMf. HAOWSTOWH, MD. V HERTZ "The World'i Urgeit" LOCATED AT 125 E. BALTIMORE ST. Low Ratet — No Red Tape For Information and Reservations CALL 46ii-j After Hour* Call 439ft Won Lost Pet. .636 .625 .556 .500 .500 .444 .400 .333 Games Today Detroit at Cleveland—Trout (1-1) s. Wolff (0:0). S 0nly game scheduled. Cardinals Handed Shutout By Gubs " Chicago, April 27 (ff) — The world champion St..; Louis Cardinals suffered their fifth straight defeat today, losing 3-0 to southpaw Johnny Schmitz and the Chicago Cubs before a chilled crowd of 36,539 that braved 37-degree weather. * '• The lanky Schmitz kept the ardinals in the National League cellar by scattering four hits and registering his second victory of ;he season. : St. Louis ...... OOfl ORO 000—0 ^ 3 Chicago . .. 000 100 02x—3 5 2 Dickson and Rice. SchmStz anrl xFive 'pounds apprentice allowance •claimed. xxSeven. xxxten pounds claimed for rider; Track fast. First post, 2:15 .'p.-in. Independent Loop Makes New Ruling At yesterday's meeting of the Washington '.County Independent League the-by-laws were changed to read that.each club will be allowed to carry one class man. By a class man it is meant, a, player who played professional ball last season. It was also written into the bylaws of the league that any player moving into pro ranks this season but who for some reason returns can play with the team he .was signed by or if a free agent can sign with any club. FUNKSTOWN WINS The Funk'stown Masser club turned back the Wllliamsport Wildcats by a 13-1 count on the reservoir diamond yesterday afternoon, led by the batting of R. Minnich whose four hits included a home run. Other round-trippers were hit by Bitner and Artz. The Funkstown squad will play at Hancock next Sunday at 2:30 p.'ni., standard time, in their opening game o£ the Independent League season. The City Softball League swing into action, this evening; "with four games being listed and a hye was drawn by the High Street Marketeers. Play in this circuit will continue' through August 4. Nine teams are entered .in. the circuit and the. schedule for this evening finds K of C at Funkstown; FERA at Hagerstown Gas; Hagerstown Ice at Eagles; Keedy Insurance at- Jamison Door with High Street being; idle. ' Indications are that play.:. in the City loop this year will be plenty fast witli all of the teams fielding well rounded out aggregations. Games will' be played on Monday and Friday evenings. The . Boonsbovo Yellowjackets scored a double win over the weekend, defeating the Fairchild toss- ers on Saturday by a 14 to 2 score and yesterday they downed the Middletown aggregation by a 6 to 4 coiinL In both contests the Jackets dis- played'plenty of hitting power and their defensive work was of the highest caliber. The Hagerstown Owls wound up their spring training exhibition schedule yesterday, dropping a 17 to 9 decision to the Harrisburg Senators before a crowd of some 1400 fans at the Stadium. The Owls played nine games during then- training season and ended with a record of five wins against four defeats. -They split even in their two game series with Sunbury, American Viscose, Hartford and Harrisburg and gained a win over the Amsterdam team of the Canadian- American League. At times Manager Griffiths was given some good pitching and fielding but there must be a. lot of improvement before the club can really : be classed as settled and ready for,a long battle in the interstate, pennant race that gets der way on Wednesday. Today and tomorrow Manager Griffiths plans on drilling his squad on r defensive work besides giving his hurlers and batters a long workout. Vic Barnhart, 'local athlete who was brought up to the Pirates this .season from the Albany club of the Eastern League/has been farmed out to the Indianapolis club of the American Association." Barney spent the spring training grind with the Pirates and he is bein_ sent to the AA club on optioiu,This will make the third season that Barney, has been^ sent out and ac cording to baseball laws it will be the last season that the Pirates can farm him out. o- Dick Williams, who was struck a glancing blow on the. left temple by one of Dick Baxter's fast balls at the. Stadium yesterday, has been admitted to the Washington County Hospital for observation. After being struck Williams recovered sufficiently enough to get to the dressing rooms where he collapsed, again arid was rushed to the hospital. o Babe Ruth Day was observed at the Stadium yesterday with/ children from the San -Mar Orphanage Home and a .delegation including their band from the Scotland School, being the guests of -the Owl managAment. .The Scotland: : Band gave a brief 'concert prior to the start .of the game and also played the National Anthem. Of all the teams that the Owls with but only a few of .the-players standing, under the six foot.tnirk. Dick Baxter flashed a blazing fast ball as well-as a good number'two • yesterday during his stayWufe r hillock and when the kid learns to- -• toss in a change of .pace he is ro-/- ug to be mighty tough} to .beat: ;in Conyers and Greifuz ttte Senator*lave- a pair of power hitters but there are several other players who" put a lot of wood on the ban and ' most anyone of the Senators' is a ''. dangerous man at the plate. .'-.,' ' Pete Kantor had bis first chance to show his ability behind the plate in a full nine inning- game "yester-' day and he turned in a mighty' sweet job. While no attempt was made to steal on him Kantor, took care oi his one chance at snaring a foul fly and at bat came through with four hits out o "f five times up.' Kantor is certain to see Vlot of "' work this year behind the plate'and "along with Crumling the Owls have a catching staff that rates with the- best in the loop. •Rain and cold weather has started piling up double headers in the majors already. That kind of ' weather can stay away from here." . . . Good Morning. • \ ~ FKAXK COLLEY. .- ,The meats graded by employees of the Federal meat'grading-serv- • ices are beef, veal, lamb, and- mutton. BEER „ *2.75 case Many .flowers and vegetables in Iceland are'grown in greenhouses heated by water from hot springs. LEE HATS LAST LONGER Sharrett Motors Corner Liquor Shoppe Cor. Church A Prospect Stt. played in exhibition games this season the Harrisburg Senators have displayed the most ''batting power and also some of the best : fieldin and hurling. Manager Les Bell has come up with another big ball club INSURANCE ALL KINDS '• Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J^Rohrer. 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