The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 2, 1939 · Page 8
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EIGHT NEW YORK, Aug. 2.—As "America Unlimited," leaders of labor and industry are to combine in a series of - Friday night broadcasts, starting this week via WEAF-NBC at 9:30. They will go into the problems of the country's economic and industrial future. For the first six broadcasts labor leaders will be -interviewed by officials of the Department of Labor, followed by industrial leaders on the next six. William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, questioned by Marshall Dimock, Assistant Secretary of Labor, will begin the series. THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1939. Another regional network, the New York broadcasting system, has been organized to begin operation September 5. It will include WINS,, new WABC, Albany. Another regional network, the New York broadcasting system, has been organized to begin operation September 5. It will include WINS New York; WABC, Albany; WIBZ Utica; WSYR, Syracuse; WMBO Auburn; WSAY, Rochester; WGR WKBW, Buffalo and WJTN, Jamestown. Three other stations may be included later Gene Tunney : Tunney, former heavyweight champion, is being mentioned for a possible fall radio series. Reds Stopped NEW YORK Ab. R. H. 0. A. Moore, ]f ......... 5 i 2 2 0 Jurges, ss ......... 5 2 1 2 2 Banning, c ........ 5 1 3 6 0 Ott, rf ....... . ---- 4 1 1 3 0 Bonura, lb ......... 3 o 211 0 Demaree, cf ...... 3 0 1 3 0 T, Hafey, 3b ...... 3 0 0 1 1 O'Dea. x ........... 1 0 0 0 0 Kampouris. 3fo ..... 0 0 0 0 0 Whitehead, 2b ..... 4 0 1 2 4 Salvo, p .......... 1 0 0 0 3 Ripple, xx ......... 1 0 0 0 0 Melton, p ........ 2 0 0 0 2 er: Trout. "Umpires: Rue. Quinn and McGowan. Time: 2.05. Attendance: 10,382. Listening tonight (Wednesday): 7 One Man's Family; 8:30 Tommy Dorsey Music; S What's My Name; S:30 George Jessel Celebrities; 9 Kay Kyser College. WABC-CBS—6:30 People's Platform "State Theater;" 7 Phil Baker; 7:30 Paul Whitman Band; 8 Knickerbocker Playhouse; S:30 Lewisohn Stadium Concert. WJZ-NBC—7 Ransom Sherman Presents; 7:30 Hobby Lobby, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, guest M. C.; S Horse and Buggy Days; 9 Grant Park Concert; 9:30 Public Interest in Democracy. What to expect Thursday: WEAF-NBC—12 noon new series by M. Munz, Polish pianist: 1:45 p. m. Hymns Of All Churches. W ABC- CBS—1:45 Mellow Moments; 4 Patterns in Swing: 5:45 Judith Ar- leifs Songs. WJZ-NBC—11:30 a. m. Farm and Home Hour; 1:30 p. m. new Quiz series, Dr. Jazz; 4 Lucerne Festival Concert. Arturo Toscanini conducting. WEAF-NY State network only—4:30 Discussion of "Benefits of Milk." Arm Trouble Back With Dizzy Dean Chicago, Aug. 1 (/P)—When Dizzy Dean retired after three innings complaining of a recurrence of his arm trouble, Larry French pitched the Chicago Cubs to a 6 to 2 victory over the Philadelphia Pnillies in the first game of a series today. Rookie Bill Nicholson hit a romer for the Cubs in his major league debut. Phila 010 001 000—2 S 1 Chicago ... 110 310 OOx—6 11 1 Highbe, Kersieck and Millies; Dean, French and Mancuso. Totals 37 5 11 30 12 x—Batted for Hafey in 9jh. xx—Batted for Salvo in 6th. CINCINNATI Ab. R. H, O. A. Werber, 3b 5 0 2 3 3 Frey. 2b 3 0 0 1 4 Gamble, If 3 0 0 2 0 Bordagaray. if .... 2 0 0 0 0 McCormick. lb 5 0 1 7 1 Lombardi, c 4 0 1 6 1 Berger, cf 3 2 1 3 Bongiovanni. rf .... 3 1 2 3 0 D. Hafey, z ... 1 0 0 0 0 Goodman, rf 0 0 0 1 0 Myers,, ss 3 1 1 2 3 Derringer, p 4 0 0 2 1 Totals 36 4 S 30 13 z—Batted for Bongiovanni in 9th. New York 000 004 000 1—5 Cincinnati 001 201 000 0—4 Errors: None. Runs batted in: Banning 3, Bonura, Demaree. Werber. Berger. Bongiovanni, Myers. Two base hits: Moore, Ott, Bon* giovanni. Three base hit: Danning. Honre run: Berger. Sacrifices: Demaree, Frey. Double plays: Whitehead. Jurges and Bonura; Werber, Frey and McCormick; McCormick, Myers and McCormick. Left on bases: New York 5: Cincinnati 6. Bases on balls: Off Salvo 2; off Melton 1; __ Derringer 2. Struck out: By Salvo 1: by Melton 3; by Derringer 4. Hits: Off Salvo 4 in 5 innings: off Mftton 4 in 5. Passed ball: Danniug. Winning pitcher: Melton. Umpires: Dunn, Pinelli and Reardon. Time: 2.11. Attendance: 11,794. Yanks Bumped DETROIT Ab. R. H. 0. A. McCosky. cf 3 1 0 2 0 McCoy, 21) 2 0 0 2 6 Averili, If 4 2 1 4 0 reenberg. lb »,; 4 2 2 9 0 Higgins, 3b 3 0 1 0 2 Fox, rf 30130 Tebbetts, c .4 0 1 6 0 Voucher, ss 4 0 0 1 2 Tront. p 3 0 1 0 1 McKain, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 5 7 27 11 NEW YORK Ab. R. H. O. A. Irosetti. ss * 0 2 2 3 Rolfe. 3b 5 0 2 1 1 Henrich, rf 5 0 1 1 1 BiMaggio. cf ...... 4 1 1 10 0 Dickey, c 5 0 1 4 3 Selkirk. If 3 1 1 Scientists believe the earth has a core of hot liquid metal about 4,000 miles in diameter. LOflH OFFIC£ 0 Gordon, 2b 4 0 2 4 0 Dablgren. Ib 4 0 2 3 0 Ruffing, p 4 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 2 12 27 S Detroit 301 001 000—5 New York 010 000 010—2 Error: McCosky. Runs batted in: Greenberg 3, Selkirk, Higgins 2, Dahlgren. Two base hits: Greenberg. Averili, Tebbetts, DiMaggio. Home runs: Greenberg. Selkirk. Sacrifice: Higgins. Double play: McCoy, Croucher and Greeuberg. Left on bases: New York 12; Detroit 3. Bases on balls: Off Ruffing 4; off Trout 3. Struck out: By Ruffing 3; by Trout 3; by McKain 2. Hits: Off Trout 11 in 8 innings (none out in Oth); off McKain 1 in 1. Winning pitch- TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS I. Dandy 4. Went at an easy gait t. Propel with. oars 12. The railkfish 13. Uneven 14. Old musical note 15. Reclining 17, Negative 18. Daughter ol Cadmus 13. Facility 2L Cultured. 25. Details 2S. Passage out 2D. Masculine nickname 21- Hawaiian bird 32. Nervous twitch'inc 3?.. The end 34. Unit of wire measurement 3". Exists 36. Doomed 37. Merchandise 35. Moral <0. East Indian plants 42. Reputed discoverer of North America Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle C A AtS L E DE N 41. Tree 4r>. JCntirely 47. Mistaken r>2. Nothing r-3. Approaches 54. Strive Ancient Hebrew measure DOWN 1. Remote 2. Bo indebted .". Tranquil 4. Citrus Iruit 5. Sphere 6. American author 7. Anglo-Saxon slave S. Keeps back 3. Hindu ouc*B 10. Mountain: comb, form 11. Moisten 16. Single thint 20. Pigpen 21. Fasten In a knot asrain 22. Be 23. Redact 24. Large dogs 26. "Watered appearance 27. Bottoms of the feet 30. Brood of pheasants 33. The multiplier 3-1. Exi-inct-ele- phant 3i5. Evergreen tree 37. Timber bolted to a row of piles 33. Familiar salutation •41. Meaning 43. American Indian 43. Collet-lion of facts 4fi. Cover 4S. Knock 4, f| . Seaweed 50. Swiss canton 51. Together: prefix 28 2i 38 3T 7 3o WM. • 41 n 31 Sl LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by KUnt Bro»., Benevola Wheat (at mill) 67c Wheat (at barn) G6c Corn 75c Local Prices Paid Producer! Butter lb. 20c to 25c Country Bacon lb I6c Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Ham ifo. 25c Chickens ]h. lie to 14c Springers lb. 14c to 16c Shoulder lb. 20c L*rd ib. 7c Potatoes No. 1. bu. 60« SPORTS ROUND-UP By SRIETZ NEV.* YORK, Aug. 2 (/P).—The Yankees are taking on Joe Rodriguez, the old major leaguer, as South ind Central American scout. Lou Nova leaves for the East August 7 and will do his training chores for Tony Galento at Atlantic City. If Red Tipton, the ex-Buke star, decides to play pro football, he'l lean towards the Washington Red skins Horsemen at Goshen are predicting a two-minute race in this . year's Hambletonian. Bes time to date is 2:01%. Note to Bob Pastor^ Newsreels show Joe Louis had all kinds o trouble keeping up with a pair of lightweights when he refereed an amateur bout in Chicago last week Among the things Bill Juries didn't know until now is that Umpire Makerkurth used to be a heavyweight boxer. In China it is regarded as the height of politeness to arise before the last course of the feast to show how satisfied one is. NEIGHBORLY-NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT OF ALL. THE GOL PANGED FOOL THiNGrS T' DO/ WONDER VA WOULDN'T PUT HEFFIE'S ADPRE-SS SOMEPLACE WHERE YA COULD FINP GO TO A HOTEL—// WAIT, PETERS, I'M 5UGE I POT IT IN ONE a THESE ' SWORN IT WAS IN THIS ONE/' PLAYER5CHA5ED AS RED SOX WIN Boston, Aug. 1 (/P).—Manager Oscar Vitt and two other Cleveland Indians were banished from Fenway Park today as Bobby Doerr's two home runs—the second with the bases clogged—gave Bos- tea's Lefty Grove a 7-5 decision over Bob Feller. Umpire Cal Hubbard chased Vitt and outfielder Bruce Campbell to the clubhouse in the sixth inning. Chainpbell had protested a third strike Hubbard called on him in the fifth and heckling from the Cleveland bench became general when Hubbard gave Grove a base on balls in the fifth on a pitch which the Indians thought should have retired the side. Instead, it filled thfe bases and Doerr followed with his second homer, winning the game. That wasn't all for the Indians. Sammy Hale was chased from*sec- onS base for protesting a decision by Umpire Eddie Rommel in the eighth. Cleveland 100 200 002—5 10 1 Boston 100 041 Olx—7 7 1 Feller, Bobson and Hemsley. Grove and Besautels. Banish street-car conductors permit passengers to ride on credit. Most fares, the conductors say, are paifi the following day. White Sox Down Macks in Opener Philadelphia, Aug. 1, (/P)—With Jack Knott hurling nine-hit ball, the Chicago White Sox beat the Athletics 4 to 1 today in the opening-game o£ a series of four. Larry Rosenthal accounted for the victor's first two tallies by hitting his third home run of the season behind Joe Kuhl's single in the fourth inning. Chicago 000 202 000- Philadelphia .000 000 001- Knott and Tresh. Potter and F. Haves. CLASSIFIED ADS point the way to uie home you want. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY GETTING MADDER WITH EVERY ADDEP SPECTATOR THEOL0 BOy's CELLULOID COLLAR WAS READY TO BURST INTO FLAME BY THE TIME MY^A FINALLY LOCATED THE ADDRESS IN fETERS' SHAVING- MUGr'J ON TO HEFFIE'S — QUICK "-JIMMY, WHAT DOES THE BOOK SAY I SHOULD DO NOW A T/OHT ROPB WALKER. POPEYE Thar He Blows ONCE YOU CALLED ME A RUMT /AS, I CALLED VA A RUMT, SCORCHY SMITH THEY CAN COMPEL ME TO MAKE THIS RADIUM FOR THEM BUT THERE'S NO REASON WHY IT HAS TO BE THE CORRECT FORMULA' --THEV WOULDN'T KNOW THE DIFFERENCE, AND COULDN'T DETECT IT IF A MISTAKE WERE MADE- DOC, YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF CROSSING US, WOULD YOU ? -YOU WOULDN'T THINK OF " SCRAMBLING YOUR FORMULA?/ WHY-UH-ER- OF COURSE NOT 7 *5v JOHN C. TERRY IT WOULDN'T BE SMART-- BGCAUSE, AFTER YOU MAKE THE" STUFF, YOU'RE CO/WNG WITH US .JUST AS A SORT OF GUARANTEE/ BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray HEY, BRICK.' LOOK.' ] ' THIS WILL TEACH MR. 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