The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 11, 1938 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 11,1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. THOMSON WINNER OFGOLFTOURNEY Captures First Major Tour nament of His Career with Revolta Second Los Angeles, Jan. 10, (/P), —Husky Jimmy Thompson won the first ma- jo; golf tournament of his career today when he posted a 72-hole score of 273 to walk away with' the 57,500 Los Angeles Open. The siege gun from Shawnce-on- the-Delaware, Pa., many times n runner-yn for championship honors refused to t"a'l any one through the Los Angelas tournament, and set a now tourn; 'iient record with his score, capped by a 68, three under par, on the final round. Victory to the winner was worth ?2,100. Thompson finished three strokes to the good over Johnny Revolta of Evanston, 111., the same margin separating the leader from the field when the final 18 holes started to day .before a 'eiy that swelled t-j nearly 5,000 before the shootin, ended. Tied will! 278 were Lawson Lit. tie. San Francisco's ex-amateur champion, and Henry Picard, Hershey, Pa. Listed, at-279 were Morton Smith, Chicago's gangling onetime "Joplin Ghost"; George Von Elm, another former national amateur -king; Willie Goggin, San Francisco', and Lloyd Mangrum. Dayton, Ohio. Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., had a 219-69—288. Runner-up to Revolta in the recent Miami Biltmore, runner-up to Sam Parks for the national open title in 1935 and to Denny Shute in 1936 for the P. G. A. championship, broad shouldered Jimmy took the lead at the start of the Los Angeles and never gave it up. His 36-hble.score of 131 set a new record for golfers to shoot at, and while he faltered with a 74 in the third round, his 68 today was* better than enough to stand oft any challenge. He was one under on tliq first nine, and hirdied the 12th and 14th coming back. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Hagerstown Bookbinding & Printing Co. TELEPHONE 2000—2001 HONEY BREAD . A Bread Sensation MANBECK'S Air-Conditioned LOCAL CAGERS TO I PLAY FOR CHARITY Marketeers and Guardsmen Will Stage Games at Armory Sunday Fans of this city will have an opportunity to show their apprecia 'lion for tho'high brand of basketball that has been offered them this year and at the same time do a good turn if they will turn out for the games booked for the Armory floor on Sunday. Two excellent games have been booked for that afternoon with the Dorsey Marketeers meeting (he Overlea Club of the Baltimore County League In the main attraction and the Company B Guardsmen taking on the Cumberland Dragons, the opening game to start at 1:30 o'clock and tho main at- tracllon to go immediately after, ward. The entire receipts, less expenses for bringing in the teams, will go to the Little Helskel Club. All the players of both teams, officials.of the. two clubs have donated their services to this worthy cause and the Company B. Maryland Na'.ional .Guard officials have lonated the use of the Armory floor for the staging of these contests. Admission for this doubleheader, has been placed at 35 cents for adults and 15 cents for children and it is expected that a capacity house will greet the teams when they take the court. Y VARSITY FIVE TO PL AY MAROONS Double Bill Is Carded for Wednesday Night; Juniors Meeting Mt. Alto Basketball fans attending the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday night will be treated to a twin bill that should be well worthwhile. In the opening game scheduled to start at 7:30 o'clock the "Y" junior varsity will clash with the Mt. Alto five while in the nightcap the "Y" varsity will engage the Mercersbnrg Maroons. So far this season the Maroons have split even with local teams, losing to the Manbeck Bakers and defeating the Company B cagers. If the "Y" varsity can take the measure oC the Maroons it will be a big feather In their cap and Coach Kiivey has been working hard to have his boys In the best possible shape for this contest. In all probability the starting lineup of the "Y" varsity will bo Wilson, Carpenter, Purvis, Norment and Nichols. Admission for his doube bill has been placed a( 10 and 25 cents. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 28 35 ZS 29 15 34- 19 IS •2.1 .19 ON DOWN THE SPORTS TRAIL By PAUL MICKELSON New York, Jan. 10, (/P).—A column on, golf: COMEBAC'v—The most hand some professional in golf is making the grandest comeback in sports today. When Dick Metz ot Chicago clacked up in Gene Sarazen'g car last March, very few people ex- peeled him to play golf again. For sir. months he was in bed." By a margin of a few minutes he saved hif shattered leg from amputation. It was a cruel blow for the curly- haired Adonis was about to ride atop the sporting world when the crash came. The month previous he had won two big tournaments and was offered a motion picture contract. But the six months in bed, most of it under lights, weren't exactly wasted. "I played more golf in bed than I ever did before," said Dick. "I played every course I ever saw all over again, studied my game and got a marvelous putting touch." Dick's first tournament start was at Pinehurst last November. He finished in the money right near the top. His second was the rich Miami Biltmore and he tied for second, one shot behind the winner, Johnny Revolta. Today, as a year ago, Dick rates as perhaps the hottest golfer in the land. Broadway Jack Doyle, the betting commissioner, has named him as 'one of the "big five" threats for the National Open. CLASS—Although the general impression Is it takes a dumb person to play a great game of golf. Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page, women's national champion, belies the theory. Mrs. Page was a Phi Beta Kappa at college. Since Mrs. Page won the National at Memphis, golf stylists and critics are beginning t, appreciate her game. Many predict she will become America's greatest woman player—even better than Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare, Helen Hicks or Virginia Van Wie. Beautiful tee shots and consistency are the big points of the Chapel Hill, N. C., matron's game. Her "pro" is her father, Dr. Robert Lawson, professor at the University ot North Carolina. The professor Is satis- DEAD BALL TRIAL FAILS TO PLEASE Sluggers of Three Leagues Try Our Lively Ball and Dead Pellet Baltimore, Jan. 10, (fl 3 ).—Midwinter tests today of the new National League "dead" ball with sluggers from three leagues participating brought three conclusions: 1—The dead ball has a soggy "whoosh" sound when hit. 2.—The livelier American and International League ball emlls a socking "whack." 3—Either hall will go over tile fence when hit "on the nose." •1. Jimmy Foxx of the Boston Red Sox former home .run king, slammed two of each type over the wall and announced: "I don't think the dead ball will hurt the -340 hitters In the National League as much as the .275 players. 1 look for a difference of 20 points for the light men but only four or five for the sluggers.' Chuck Klein, the Phillies' National League slugger, who likewise sent a pair of each type over the fence, said: "If you like a 'whooshy' Ball— that's'o. K. I like the old ball — but It doesn't make -nuch difference." Charley Keller, leading slugger for the International League in 1937 didn't do so well with the dead ball but smacked the "live" ones into the.,bleacjiers with monotonous regularity: Said Jack Ogden, general manager of the Orioles—"about all the tests prove Is that if you hit the ball on the nose it. will go over the fence. * * *" ;; fled everything about his daughter's game but her chip shots from off the edse of the green. Western Loop to Disband Circuit Moline, 111., Jan. 10, (IP). — The Weslern League, one of the oldest baseball circuits in the midwest, virtually voted to disband today, opening the way; for an eight-club three-eye league next summer. Although Western League club owners, meeting at Davenport. la., did not. vote to break up their circuit at this time, they gave clubs permission to apply for membership In other leagues. --The Western owners, after their conference, moved to Moline, where officials of the Three-Bye League (Indiana, Illinois, Iowa) accepted and awarded franchises to several of the Western League clubs, it was reported owners of the West- clubs would meet soon for a formal disbanding of the circuit. CLASSIFIED needs quickly? do It? ADS can fill your Why not let them 6. P.O. ELKS PIN LEAGUE STANDING The second half in ,the Elks Bowling League got oft to a good start wlth.Knicely turning in the high single game of the evening with n 141 count. Frank Elliott with a count of 350 plus fead High total for three games. The high single team game went to Team No. 18 with a count of 57S and they also landed honors for thn,e games with a pinfall of 1503. The standing: League 1 to 10 1 • Won Lost 5 9 ' 4 2 7 3 8 10 League 11 to 20 11 14 18 • 20 13 17 19 11 16 15 Won Lost BRAZIL is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the United States Constitution. It's nice to have constitutional document handy after you've torn up your own. EXCUSE IT, PLEASE! 26—And not 28—Conjunction 29—The" panda 30—To cut off a covering layer ACROSS 1—Custodians 25—Cheat 9—Before (prefix) 10—A seasoning 112—Lived 16—Pshaw! 17—A shepherd's 31—Letter D pipe 33— Discovers lg—Anarch 35 3oy's nick' 20—Italian river . name 21—Skill 37—Organ of 22—Stir up hearing 23—Slice very 38—Tokens of thin friendship DOWN 2—Overturn form of 3—Parched though with heat 13—Ever—po- 22—In advance little value 23—to fasten 28—Queer with thread 30—Summit 24—The top of a 32—Poetic form wave of evening 25—Whim 34—A beverage 28—Mother-of- 36—Old form of pearl the 27—A leaving of Answer to previous puzzle 4—A wand 5—LikeV 6—A doze 7—Slant 8—Arrange 11—Simplified etic form 14—A pain in the ear 15—Pushed 19—A hint or intimation Householder—"Thank goodness, you're here at last"' RAILS LEAD IN LATE UPSWING GAINS ARE SCORED ON STOCK MARKET Gains Running to Four or More Points Mark Trading New York, "Jan. 10 (#>)—A late upswing In the rails bolstered an early rally in stock market industrials today and gains running to 4 or more points were widely distributed at the best. Aircrafts and other armaments favorites touched oft the extension of last week's recovery, although most of these finished well under their tops of the session as speculative attention switched to the carriers in the final hour. Buying was fast enough to put the ticker tape behind for a while in the second hour. Many traders cashed profits on the • run'-up, however, and dealings slowed in the tail end of the proceedings. There \vas a burst of strength in the motors and steels had their moment in the limelight, along with selected coppers and farm implements. / The aviation department, as well as other issues with a .war materials flavor, again stepped forward on expectations broadening of national defense is virtually a certainty. BALTIMORE LIVESTOCK Baltimore, Jan. 10 ;£>V-(USDA.) Cattle: Medium to iow good 9001200 Ib. steers mostly J7.25-S.25; few 1200 Ib. steers, 88.35; heifers scarce, mostly $7.00 down; fleshy cows, mostly dairy hi-eds up $5.2550; good heifers, $6.00 up; low cutters and cutters, $4. 00-5. 00. Calves: Good $12.50-13.00. vealers, mostly Victor Hosiery Is Winner of Contest The Hosiery hoys downed the Triangle five Sunday afternoon on the I. 0. 0. V. floor by the score of 16 lo 15, This win put I he Victor hoys in high spirits RS several weeks ago the Triangles defeated them by one point. The score was tied up at the end of the fourth quarter and an extra period was necessary to decide the game. During the last few seconds of play Montgomery sunk the winning point, Victor Hosiery Goals Fouls Pts. Bishop, f Reah, f Martin, c Nye, g Montgomery, g Reed, g Closing Prices Stock Market Amn Can 82 Ainn Tel and Tel 149 Amu Tob B 72 Amu Water Wks 12 Anaconda . 35% B and 0 10% Beth Steel 65'A C and O 37% 59 44% 321,4 36% 18% Chrysler Douglas Aircraft Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Motors ... Goodrich Goodyear 21% Int Harvester «S Int Tel and Te! 7 Ligg and Myers B 100 Mont Ward 35% Nat Dairy 15 Nat Dist 23 N Y Central 19% Packard '. 5% Penn R R 23% Radio 7 Republic Steel 20 Sears Roehuck 6o'/z Soc Vac Std'Brands ; 9% Std Oil N J 51 Studebaker 6% U S Rubber 28^ U S Steel 60 Warner Pict .. 7% West Union 271/5 Wsg Elec 108 Woolworth 40 CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago, Jan. -40 (jp) — Closing grain prices: Wheat: May, 97->;-%; July, 91% .-%; Sept., 89%. .Corn: May. 62-62V4; July, 62U; Sept., 62. BALTIMORE HAY Baltimore. Jan. 10 (/p) — Hay: Good timothy, clover and mixed, nominally, $12.00-15.00 ton. .Straw: No. 1 wheat, 19.00 ton; oat, $9.00 ton. 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