The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 30, 1939 · Page 10
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1939. Today s Radio Programs NEW YORK, Aug. 30.—Like American broadcasters, short wave stations across the Atlantic are filling the air with newscasts of the European situation. American networks have announced as their crisis broadcast schedule for tonight: WBAF-NBC—6:15 Pickups from London, Paris and Berlin. WJZ- XBC—6:30 Dorothy Thompson comment; 7:00 London, Paris, Berlin and Warsaw. WABC-CBS— 8:30 London, Paris, New York and Washington; 9:30 Father Robert I. Gannon, Fordham president, on "Humanitarian Aspect of the Crisis." MBS-Chain—8:30 John Steele from London; 8:45 Berlin; 9:00 Raymond Gram Swing; 9:15 recorded foreign newscasts. Listening tonight (Wednesday): Pre-season football—WJZ-NBC and MBS-Chain 8:30. College All-Stars vs. N. Y. Giants at Chicago, night game. WEAF-NBC — 7:00 One Man's Family: 7:30 Tommy Dorsey music; 8:00 What's My Name; 8:30 George Jessel Guests; 9:00 Kay Kysers College. WAJBC-CBS—6:30 Buddy Clark's music; 7:00 Phil Baker; 7:30 Paul Whiteman Band; 8:00 Music of the Theater. WJZ-NBC—7:15 'Mr. Keen; 7:30 Hobby Lobby; 8:00 Horse and Buggy Days. MBS-Chain—7:30 Goldman Band. What to expect Thursday— WABC-CBS, 11 A. M. and WJZ- NBC, MBS-Chain. 11:30 A. M.— Launching of liner America, Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt. WEAF-NBC—12:45 Words and Music; 3:30 Vic and Sade; 5:00 Institute of Human Relations. CBS-Chain—2:00 U. S. Army Band; 4:45 March of Games; 5:45 Judith Arlen's Songs. WJZ-NBC—3:00 Smile Parade; 4:45 Popular Melodies. MBS-Chain—2:07 Salsburg Music Festival Officials of the softbal Itourna- ment have arranged for a triple header to be played at the Stadium on Saturday, starting at 2 p. m. The first game brings the local Rogers team into. action against the Camp Catoctin outfit, followed by the Dunn Woolen Mills who meet Halfway Garage. The last game of the afternoon brings Meyers and Berkson against the Interwoven Mills, of .Martinsburg. This special triple-header has been arranged for the fans who cannot get out to the evening games and you can see all six teams play for only a quarter. » * * Minney Harbaugh. .pitched good ball last evening but was not given any support by his team mates after the first few .innings. Fielding errors cost the. Victors the game, but they certainly put up a good game against.Frederick, who are reputed to be one of the real contenders for the title this year. » * * The only civic organization to enter a team in the tourney will appear here tonight, when the Junior Board of Trade, of Winchester, composed of members of business firms in their city, bring a team here that has recently won a. softball tournament. Several prominent business men and at.h- letes of that, section play on the team. * * * Four States Livestock have been playing good ball during the second half of the season, and the game tonight will probably result in a close battle and the local team may surprise fans, as Browning is scheduled to pitch for the Winchester team, and may baffle them with his fast one. * * * The Victor team made a colorful appearnce on .the field last ev- Yanks Stopped NEW YORK Ab. R. H. 0. A. Crosetti. ss 5 1 1 2 3 Rolfe, 3b -4 0 2 0 2 Keller, rf 4 1 0 3 0 DiMaggio, cf 5 2 3 1 0 Dickey, c 3 0 1 0 1 Selkirk,-If 3 0 1 4 0 Powell, If i o 0 0 0 Gordon, 2b 3 1 1 4 4 Dahlgren, Ib 4 1 211 1 Donald, p 2 0 0 0 0 Henrich, x 1 0 0 0 0 Chandler, p 0 0 0 0 1 Rosar. xx 0 0 0 0 0 Murphy, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 6 Ily25 12 x—Batted for Donald in 7th. xx—Batted for Chandler in 9th. y—One out when winning run scored. DETROIT Ab. R. H. O. A. McCosky. cf 5 1 2 2 0 Averill, If ; 5 2 0 3 0 Gehring-sr, 2b 4 2 2 4 o York, Ib 3 1 1 7 0 Higgins, 3b 5 1 2 0 0 Fox, rf 4 0 2 2 0 Croucher, ss 3 0 1 1 4 Tebbetts, c 4 0 0 8 1 Newsom. p 4 0 1 0 0 McKain, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 7 11 27 10 New York 010 000 005—6 Detroit . 202 001 011—7 Errors: Tebbetu, Gordon, Crosetti, Croucher, Rolfe. Runs batted in: Gehringer 2, York 2. Higgins, Croucher 2, Selkirk, Rosar, Rolfe. DiMaggio 3. Two base hits: Selkirk. Dickey, Gehringer, Higgins. Home runs: Gehringer, DiMaggio. Sacrifices: Selkirk, Rosar. Double plays: Gehringer and York; Crosetti, Gordon and Dahlgren; Rolfe, Gordon and Dahlgren. Left on bases: New York 9; Detroit 9. Bases on balls: Off Donald 2: off Chandler 1; off Murphy 1; off Newsom 5. Struck out: By Donald 1; by Newsom 8. Hits: Off Donald 6 in 6 innings; off Chandler 3 in 2; off Murphy 2 in 1-3: off Newsom 11 in S 2-3; off McKain 0 in 1-3. Winning pitcher: McKain. Losing pitcher: Murphy. Umpires: Basil. Summers and Pip-! gras. Time: 2.31. Attendance: ! 11.397. ^YESTERDflY'S^STflUS Ted Williams. Red Sox — His homer, with bases loaded, beat Indians, 7-4. Dick Erriclcson, Bees—Handcuffed Cardinals with eight hits for 2-1 victory. Pinky Higgins, Tigers—Hit two bagger in • ninth sending winning run across to whip Yankees, 7-6, WINS AT HORSESHOES This past Saturday at Mt. Alto, Theodore Romesberg came through with a 2 to 1 victory in horse shoe pitching against some of the best tossers in the east, Gettysburg and Chambersburg were well represented in the meet but failed to take top honors. Alice Marble in Sweeping Victory Manchester. Mass., Aug. 29 (ff>)— Alice Marble, of Beverly Hills, Calif., American and Wimbledon Women's Tennis Champion, today opened her drive for her third Essex County Club's Invitation Tournament title by sweeping through youthful Alice Surber, of Los Angeles, G-, 6-0. Three other seeded American stars, Dorothy Bundy, of Santa Monica. Calif., Virginia Wolfenden, of San Francisco, and Helen Pederson, of Stamford, Conn., followed Miss Marble into the round of 16 before rain set in late in the afternoon. The Department of Agriculture plans to divert surplus hops into fertilizer and mulch. ening in their scarlet and gold uniforms, and were easily seen from the grandstand. * * * Thursday night the Potomac Edison team, selected from their system teams, will meet the Martinsburg Hose Co. No. 3 and both teams are set for the game. On Friday night the defending champions. Kays meet Williamsport Firemen who have gotten a great team together and are out to knock off the present title holders. MODEST MAIDENS Tr»dem»rk Retfirtered U. S. Putent Offic "He's supposed to have money. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevola Wheat (at mill) 6Sc Wheat (at barn) G7c Corn 75c Local Prices Paid Producers Butter Ib. 20c to 26c Country Bacon Ib 16c Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Ham Ib. 25c Chickens Ib. lie to 14c Springers Ib. He to 1G« Shoulder , Ib. 20c Lard Ib. ?c Potatoes No. 1, bu. 50« START to realize your ambitions. 'as-' ids open the \vay to many ' -" on port unities of all sorts. BEARS ARE WINNERS The Elizabeth Street Bears came through with a double win over the Western "Union ten yesterday evening by the scores of S to 3 and 4 to 2. A Berger and R. Staubbs hit best for the losers while H. Stoner and D,, Henry featured for the winners. WEST SIDE LOSER The Washington Avenue team defeated the West Side Avenue team by a 7 to 5 score in a well played game. Zimmer and Thomas led the batting attack for the winners while Ringer and Weaver hit best for the losers. Eddie Godlove has been named manager for the Washington Avenue team. CARDINALS VICTORS Yesterday evefrJKg on the West Side diamond the Cardinals defeated the West Side Owls by a 9 to 5 score. B. Baker and Williams led the Cardinals' attack while Barr and F. Baker featured afield. C- Keedy led in hitting for the losers. Early Christians did not approve of the Roman baths, because of certain excesses the baths fostered. The result of this attitude— which spread to bathing in general —was that, in the Dark Ages, plagues and epidemics became the scourge of Europe because of un- hygenic living. LOOKING for a room or apartment? It's easy to find just what you want if you look in the Classified Section first. By OSCAR HITT WHAT'VE THEYFOUNP CUT ? —WHEREAS ROBERT? HOW '(30UT MV WIFE ? WHEN AM I GONNA GIT I PON'T KNOW —THEY PON'T TELL ME EVERYTHING WHILE THE SlZZLINCr PETERS CONDUCTED HIS FUTILE QUIZ PROGRAM, THE INSPECTOR WAS RUSHING TO KEEP HIS MYSTERIOUS TRYST WITH MYfcA IN WWPPLEDOCKET /-• MORE TOMORROW - Ted Williams Is Hero for Boston Cleveland. Aug. 29 (/P)—Another Cleveland pitcher learned today that Ted Williams is a dangerous batter. The Boston rookie outfielder lined a home run off pitcher Harry Eisenstat with the bases jammed to give the Red Sox a 7 to 4 decision over the Indians. Williams hit one of Mel Harder's pitches yesterday for a circuit blow with two mates on base to wfn that game, 6-5. His smash today— his 21st this year—climax- e-d a Boston fifth-inning rally which produced six runs. Boston 000 610 000—7 S 0 Cleveland 000 010 03—4 12 1 Lefebre, Heving and Desautels. .Eisentat, Stromme, Broaca and Hemsley. BALTIMORE LIVE STOCK Baltimore, Au&. 29 (#>)_(TJ. S. Dept. Agr.) Cattle: Medium and good steers, yesterday, $7.50-75; heifers, $7.75 down; medium and good cows, $5.75-6.50; cutter and common, $4.50-5.50; canners, $3504.25. Calves: Good and choice vealers, $10.50-11.00; good weighty calves, mainly .$10.00 down; common and medium, $8.00-10.00. Hogs: Higher; weighty butchers up more. Good and choice, 170-210 Ib., $7.15-40; practical top, $7.40; 220-240 Ib., $6.95-7.20; 250-300 Ib., $6.40-90; 140-160 Ib., $6.90-7.15; 120140 Ib., $6.60-90. BALTIMORE GRAIN, EGGS Baltimore, Aug. 29 (/P)—Wheat: No. 2 red winter 'garlicky spot domestic. 73. Eggs: 10S2 cases; firm. Nearby ungraded whites, large size, 23-25; mediums, 19-22; mixed colors, 1719. Butter: 27-25 tubs. INTERESTING merchandise at interesting' prices offc'red interestingly is what you find in the classi- • • THE OLD HOME TOWN COPYRIGHT. 1939. KINC FEATURES SYNDICATE, inc WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED 8~3O POPEYE Some Like It Hot — Some Like It Cold vou THE WEATHERMAN^ / VJELL, I 1 f YAM HIS 'ASSISTANT, SO WHAT? i AW, TUSH HE WAS WlT'CHA B'CAUSE THE. WEATHER WAS SO HOT- WAMhslA DO IT. BUT I HAD TO KMOCK H\M COLD SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. 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