The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 13, 1938 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1938. THE MOKNING HKKALO, HAGL'KSl'OWN, MAKYI,AJND. SEVEN. GRIFFITH TO LET GOVERNMENT TEST Bureau of Standards Will Make Test of Lively and Dead Baseballs Washington, Jan. 12 (#>)—Clark Griffith, president of the Washington Senators, batted out the announcement today that he's goli to let the Government decide tl liomn rim merits of MR le;>si hasfiballs. "I've worked out all arriingemei with the BiireiMi "f Standards," 1 said, "to test the so-t.-nlled Xatio al League dead hall and the so- called American League rabbit ball." Griffith—a considerable pitcher in his playing days—hastened to add that this doesn't mean he's going to throw tip strikes for Uncle Sam's scientists to swing at. "This experiment." he said, "will be a mechanical one. Machines will do all the slugging and nobody will do any pitching." A human test was held in Baltimore Monday and a trio of sluggers from the American, National and International Leagues knocked both halls over the fence with deadly regularity. "Those guys," said Griffith, re- fen-ing to sluggers Jimmy Foxx. Chuck Klein and Charles Keller, "can sock any hall jusl about any place under certain conditions. 1 ' WOMEN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE Tuesday's Results Violets 3; Tulips 0. • Daisies 2; Jonquils 1. Lilacs 2; Pnnsiei; 1. • Orchids 3; Roses 0. Iris 3; Carnations 0. The Lilacs held onto first place in the Women's Sunday School League by defeating the Pansies two games to one. The Violets breezed into second place with three wins over the Tulips. The Daisies remained tied for second with (he Orchids and Iris a game behind in third place. The Carna- tfons by losing three to the Iris, ran their string of defeats to 45 straight. Thelma Sours, star Violet bowler, stole the spotlight this week. Spilling the pins for a 21S total in the third game, she set a new high single game league record. This is the highest game ever rolled in regular league competition and surpasses the record set up by Wingert of the Pansies last season. It fell eighf pins short of M. Modulus' 226, made during the roll off series las', season. However, the 437 total amassed is the highest ever recorded in the league. . Not only did Sours go on a record breaking spree, but the entire Violet team set tip now records for the rest of the teams to shoot at. In the, final game, paced by Sours with 218 mid aided by Fouke, 170; Hildehrand, 126; Nnnamaker. 110 and L. Lumm, 104; the Violets set a new high single mark of 72S. They also set a new high total with 1921 pins for the, three games. High scores were rolled by: Sours, IBS, 21S, 497: nielli, 135, 176, 130, 441; Eyler. 161, 142. 400; Couchman, 163. 397; V. McClain, 101, 3S4; Hartman. 13S. 379; Shupp, 146, 13?, 377: Little. 130, 365; Nnnamaker, 1.11, 365; L. Lumm, 140, 361: B. Snydcr. 360; M. Snyder, 137. 345: N. Shirey, 343; Fonke, 170, 343; Roessner, 342; Leathcrman. 339; II. Fisher, 130, 132, 33V: M. McOlain, 131, 336; B. Fisher, 331. Bowlers hitting new high totals were: H. Fisher E. Fisher, Shupp, V. McClain. Diehl. jr. Snyder, Hart man, Snin. Fuller. Couchman and Sours. League Standing Lilacs H 4 .778 Daisies ]3 5 _722 Violets ]3 5 .722 Orchids 32 6 .667 Iris ]2 6 .667 Roses 10 S .566 Tulips 6 ]2 33:1 Pansies R 33 :{^;{ Jonquils 4 14 .222 Carnations 0 IS .000 High single. Sours. Violets. 21S. High total, Sours, Violets, 497. Team single, Violets. 72S. Team total. Violets, 1921, (all new records.) MARYLAND IS DEFEATED '0 Suits & Overcoats JOHN D. MYERS Washington, Jan. 12, (/P).— Georgetown University defeated Maryland University in hasketball here tonight. 57 to M. Maryland got off to an early lead hut wilted badly and never caught. Georgetown Die res: of the gnmc. The capital hasketeers, leading by 1! points at. the half used substitutes during most, of the second period. jSE THE CLASSIFIED Ada as your guides In thrifty buying. 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Edward Answer to previous puzzle Final Soccer Game of Series Sunday Smul'uy iiClcriionn on tho \\'ll- llitmsport pilch tlio llasorstowu Alt- Stars will bo entertained hy tho \Vllliamspurt eleven in the third and last games or the championship series. Wlllianisport won the first frame 3 to 2 and tho All-Stars took the second encounter 4 lo 2. The final battle looms as a natural. Both chills have been working hard for this game and will send in their strongest lineups In an effort to rop the rubber Kanie. Two stars that will hear watching are N'fmzek of the Stars, who lias scored four times in the series, and Jnck Khersole, Williamsport, veteran who hns registered three scores. Due in injuries the Willlanispovi club had RGYCI.I players out of .the lineup last. Sunday, namely Prankie Herbert, Me.ntzer and Petey Long. Alt arc ready to take, part In Sunday's game. The Stars will present several outstanding players in Moore, Fiegley, Alexander, Mills. Nemzek, Brashears and Rinlisill. MOOSE BOWLING LEAGUE STANDING 'The Antlers IIUHR onto first place in the Moose Bowling League by a same margin over llio Hoofs, Ears and Less, wlio arc lied for second place. The XOSCK and Mends don't snem to he able to get started. K. Shank came through with a high single game of 197 pins while II. Straws!) nigaws high for the three games with a total oC 457 pins. The Noses had high team single game with 671 pins and the Ears with a count of 1ST'! pins were high Cor the match. The standing: Won Lost Antlers ............... 5 1 Legs ................. 4 2 Hoofs ____ , ........... 4 2 Ears .................. 4 2 Noses ................ 1 5 Heads ................ 0 6 The first Instrument provided with a keyboard was t.lin organ. WOODLAND WAY ATHLETICS Purdue Humbles League Leaders Harvard lost a good chance to clinch first half honors in the Woodland Way League by dropping an exciting 11 to i) game to Purdue. John Kcaths' last quarter field goal gave Purdue its winning margin. Captain Hoffman led the winners in scoring and Klwood Kichelberger was high for Harvard. The entire winning team played outstandingly. Purdue Goals Fouls Pts. P. Athey. f .. Peddicord, r Death, c .... Tagg. g Hoffman, g .. Totals -.4 3 11 Harvard Goals Fouls ts. E-chelbcrger, f 2 0 4 Leiter, f 0 0 0 Hicks, f 0 0 ii miter, c 0 0 0 Diseati, g 0 0 0 Murray, g 0 2 2 E. Alliey, g 1 1 '•< Pitt Wins Close Game From Navy Field goals by Wilson and Lows in the final minutes o£ play offset a bucket shot by Tommy .Icnkinfi dud enabled Pitt In win a close 1! to IK contest from Navy. Lowe lei the 1 , scorers with five shots from the field. Hrucc, Vaughn, Browning and McClelland played good games, Pitt Goals Fouls Pts Lowe, f 5 wiisou, r i Browningfl f 2 McClelland, c " Scott, g 0 0. Schneider, 0 Totals 5 3 19 Navy Goals Fouls Pts Bruce, f 2 ° Vaughn, f 1 0 Colllflower, f • 2 0 Russell, c 1 1 Myers. g 0 1 Event Of DOUBLE-HEADER The Year CLOTHING VALUE Men Take Your Pick! ALL WOOL BOTH Together for A Sale that brings you a $16.75 Suit and a $19.75 Overcoat or Topcoat, both combined for only $19.75. Complete size ranges in all patterns. It's your big Clothing opportunity MEN! Come early for best selections. Bring a friend to share these savings with you. Kealey's Clothes, Inc. 24 N. Potomac St. Phone 2301-J Jenkins, 0 Totals 8 2 ls Non-scoring players — Obltts, Guilt, Filslngor, Mongan, I. Schneider, Duster. Maryland Humbles California Again In a battle featuring frequent clashes of the Light ner brother!), Maryland shaded California the second time, this season by winning l!i to II. Dill Lightner played a hang-up floor game lo shade lOarlc in this department, however, 1'Jarle led in scoring with three points to two for Hill. Fahrney led both teams In scoring with seven points while Bowers led California with live. Maryland held the upper hand from (lie time Jo^ Ryroh entered the game. On the first play with the score 4 to 0, Ryron passed lo Treisler for Marylands' first score. Byron then intercepted two consecutive California throw-Ins to put Maryland in the lead. Maryland Goals Fouls Pts. 3 1 7 0 2 2 Pahrney, f Hershey, f Treisler, o I!. I.ightner, Byron, g H. Stoner. g 0 Totals ............. 8 3 1!) California Goals Fouls Pts, K Llghtner, f ....... 1 1 '! Socks, f ............ 0 0 0 Rowers, e ........... 2 1 5 Sayles, f ........... 1 1 3 Weaeley. g ........... 0 1 1 Zimmerman, g ........ 1 0 2 Totals ............. 5 4 14 Non-scoring players — Lemon, Howard. Diseali. Danzer, Altenderfer, Young. Referees—Trantulos, Kerr; scor- ei—WolfeiiBbergor; timers—Horn and Smith. League Standing Won Lost Tied Pte. Harvard fi It 0 12 Maryland 5 4 0 10 California 5 4 » 10 Pitt 4 4 I !l Pin-duo 4 5 0 0 Navy 2 6 1 5 MARTINSBURG WINNER The Mai-tlnsbiirg High School cagers opened their C. V. A. L. season with a 30 to 17 victory over the Waynesboro High live on Tuesday nlglil in (he .Martinslinrs gymnasium. The Bulldogs were out front from the start'and appeared as the team ilie others will have to beat to take the pennant. HARRYSTOWN TO MEET The IIarrysto\v baseball club will hold a meeting tonight at 7:1)0 o'clock at the hom<< of Karl Summers, 42ft Jefferson street, for the purpose of organizing for the coining year. All pla.yprs and fans are urged to attend. Women's Cigarette Bowling League Little Says: PEOPLE who have Tried Others are Choosing the SERVEL Electrolux the Gas Refrigerator Your Bill GAS CO. The Women's Cigarette Howling League started their second half on Tuesday night with the following results. The Old Holds wow all from the Spnds. The Camels won two games from the Wings and the f.ilckies won two from the Chesterfields. Howlers having 300 or more: X. Smith 140, 115-370; II. Stonffer 13,2. 103-332; K. Bake,- 120, 118-330; M. Burger 135, 90-328; I. Hartman 117. 115.323; Va. Lognc HI. 93-315; B. Burger 121, 103-30S; C. Draper 128, 100-304; Lucille Burger 122. 02-301; If Rnscr 113, 112-300. Those having high single games: Ft. Stine- bangh 123, A. Martin 121, K. Well- zel 121. V. Spielmaii 117, G. Steinmetz 110. .1. Kimme:man 115, C!. Conner 112. M. Chancy 112. M. Morganthall 112, M. Davis HI. M. Grove 109. P. Myers 10S. M. Ren- nc-r 10S. M. Spiker 108. G. Feigley 105, C. Rollrer 104. R. Weaver 102. Team Standing Won Lost Old Colds .'... 3 0 Camels 2 1 Lnckies 2 1' Chesterfields I 2 Wings 1 2 Spuds •• 0 3 Notice All members of the above league are requested to meet at 7:00 this eveniinn at the Eagles for the banquet. COMMERCIAL PIN LEAGUE STANDING Tho second half got under way Thursday night with all games very close. Every team has been strenghtened and the league welcomes these new bowlera. Ripple ot' Kendall Oilers had high single game 131 and high total for three games 358. Kendall Oilers gathered 1657 pins high total for three games. Mao's Rug Store high single game 573 pins. Other good scores were as follows: Mac's Rug Store, Bentz, 351, B. Keller, 341, Schindler, 327; Pangborn, Trovlng- er. 320; State Roads, Hlldebran, 3-12; Hoffman Chevrolet, Musey, 337, McAllister. 328; Kendall Oil- ers, B. Basore, 324, H. Corderman, 336; Goodyear T and R Co., Baker, .133, J. Rinehart, 334; Coco Cola, E. Basore, 352. The standing: Won Lost Pet. Hag. Rubber Co. . 3 0 1.000 Coco Cola 3 0 1.000 Mac's Rug Store . . 2 1 .666 Pangborn Corp. .. 2 1 .666 State Roads 2 1 .666 Hoffman Chevrolet . 1 2 .333 Kendall Oilers 1 2 .333 Goodyear T and R .. 1 2 .333 Standard Insulation 0 . 3 .000 Hag. Dairy 0 3 .000 The area of the Louisiana Purchase territory, acquired by the United States in 1S03, was nearly equal to the total area of the original 13 states. 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In the SPECIAL, for instance, you get 122-inch wheelbase, 107 horsepower with straight-eight smoothness, valve- in-head efficiency, and the exclusive newDYNAFLASH brilliance and thrift. You get comfort of a new kind, with Knee-Action on the front, and the scoop of the year—BuiCoil TORQUE- FREE SPRINGING — on the rear. On top of that, you get elbow-room, leg-room, head-room; smartness inside and out; and probably the lightest, sweetest, pleasantest handling wheel you ever laid hands on! All in all, this great Buick is the car that makes little money do a lot of big talking — that's why there's such a mighty fine feeling to owning it. Go look at the price tags, and what's behind them, and you'll spend from now on in a Buick enjoying life! EASY TO OWN A BIG n, with CAR Drive — < To «iu A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE THUMMA MOTOR CO. 217-219 FREDERICK ST. PHONE 485 OAKY DOAKS •rrademnrk Applied For U S. Patent Offlc*. Fit To Be Tied By R. B. 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