The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 13, 1939 · Page 10
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TEN THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1939. NEW YORK, Sept. 13.—The National Broadcasting Company announces a revised schedule of war news programs, to be highlighted nightly by a John B. Kennedy round up. European week-day pickups for WEAF-NBC are: 7 a. m., 11, 4:15 p. m., 6:15 (except Saturdays when it's 6:30), and 11. Sunday pickups •whille be at 7 a. m., 11, 4:15 p. m. 9 and 11. Over AVJZ-NBC on week days: 7 a. m., 11, 4:15 p. m., 9 and 11. Sunday pickups for WJZ-NBC: 7 a. m., 6:15 p. m., 9 and 11 p. m. Programs tonight (Wednesday): WEAF-NBC—6 Fred Waring; 7 One Man's Family; 7:30 Tommy Dorsey; S What's My Name; 9 Kay Kyser's College. W ABC-CBS—6:15 Lum and Ab ner; 6:30 Summer Colony; 7 Honolulu Bound; 7:30 Paul Whiteman; S "Valley Forge" with Philip Men- Tale. WJZ-NBC—6 Easy ACC.S; 6:15 Tracer of Lost Persons; 7:30 Hobby Lobby; S Horse and Buggy Days. MBS-Chain — 6 Trail Blazers of 1940; 7 Name Three 9 Raymond Gram Swing. Thursday brings: WEAF-NBC— 11 a. m. Swinging Strings 12 Noon Concert Orchestra; 4:15 Gray Gordon orchestra. WABC-CBS—S a. m. Richard Maxwell; 10 Chansonette; 10:15 Brenda Curtis serial; 1:45 p. b. Mellow Moments. WJZ-NBC — 11:30 Farm and Home Hour; 1 p. m. Concert Salon; 1:30 Doctor Jazz. MBC-Chain—9:30 Melody strings. "LUNCH ROOMS A TAVERNS" Get our Prices on "BUTTERED POPCORN" By the Can (IT TASTES DIFFERENT) CAUFFMAN'S Cut Rate STORE SO East Washington Street Homers Do It BROOKLYN Ab. R. H. 0. A. Coscarart, 2b 3 o 2 7 2 Lavagetto, 3b 4 1 0 3 2 Walker, c£ 3 0 0 1 0 Camilli, lb 3 i 2 7 l Ripple, r£ 4 0 0 1 0 Koy, If 4 0 1 4 0 Todd, c 4 0 0 4 0 Hudson, ss 3 0 0 1 2 Hamlin, p 4 o 0 0 2 Crouch, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 2 5x2S 9 x—One out when winning run scored. CINCINNATI Ab. R. H. 0. A. Werber. 3b 4 1 0 1 2 Frey, 2b 4 0 0 4 4 Goodman, rf 4 0 2 2 0 McCormick, lb 5 0 2 10 0 Lombardi, c 4 0 1 3 1 Bordagaray, z ..... 0 1 0 0 0 Hershberger, c .... 0 0 0 1 0 Craft, cf 4 0 1 5 1 Berger, If 4 0 2 1 0 Myers, ss 3 1 1 3 4 Walters, p 4 0 1 0 3 Totals 36 3 10 30 15 z—Ran for Lombardi in 9th. Brooklyn 010 000 001 0—2 Cincinnati 000 000 002 1—3 Errors: Coscarart, Goodman. Runs batted in: Camilli 2, McCormick, Myers 2. Two base hits: Camilli. Walters. Home runs: Camilli. Myers. Sacrifices: Camilli, Frey. Myers. Doublf play: Frey, Myers and McCormick. Left on bases: Brooklyn 4; Cincinnati 9. Bases on balls: Off Hamlin 1; off Crouch 1: off Walters 3. Struck out: By Hamlin 2; by Walters 4. Hits: Off Hamlin 9 in 9 innings (none out in 10th): off Crouch 1 in 1-3. Balk: Walters. Losing pitcber: Hamlin. Umpires: Stark, Ballanfant, Dunn and Klein. Time: 1.51. Attendance: 5.373 paid, plus 9.167 women. CATCHES BIG BASS William G. Reed, Williamsport, caught a 3% pound large mouth black bass at the Potomac Edison dam yesterday Afternoon. A stone cat was used for bait. TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS L Seed con. tainer 4- Short for a. large amphibious animal 9. Body bono 12. Fuss 13. Mountain nymph 14. Kind of worm 15. Group of advanced students 17. Secretaries 19. Paradise 20. .Location 2L Flowers 23. Individuals 26. Oil: suffix 27. Long thin piece 29. The Emerald Isle SO. English letter 32. Irish poet 34. Old musical note 15. Direction J?. Gastropod mollusk 19. Syllable of hesitation 40. Great Lake 42. Rent 44. Egyptian deity II. Masculine name Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle 46. Quoted 4S. A property of. matter SL Unrefined metal 52. Between: fir 54. Climblns 55. Aeriform fluid 56. Inquisitive 57. Elevator carriaca pre- vina DOWN 1. Banco step 2. Poem 3. Rounded rooft 4. "The best policy" 5. Persia 6. By 7. Dad S. More peculiar 9. Give back 10. Annoy 11. Encore 16. Roman dau 18. Facility 20. Partitions 21. Round-up 22. City In New York state 23. Musical Instrument 24. City in Michigan 25. Trap 2S. Ingredient ol varnish 31. Landed properties 33. Grayish whitt and lustrous 36. Domesticated 3S. Shakespearean king 41. French sculptor 4?.. Caper 45. Arrow- poison 46. Tooth of a. gear wheel 47. Masculine name 4S. Pronoun 49. The yellow- bugle or herb eve 50. City in Scotland 53. Negative 5-9 51 22 3I /&> 13 41 23 2o 8 33 3fi /4 43 to 25 5o MODEST MAIDENS Tr»dem»rk Reifi«tered U S P»tint Office "Poorfdla. Sonwguy named Beethoven swipes tvery tune he writes!" BUSINESS MEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE The Business Men's Bowling League open their season tonight on the Coliseum alleys, the first game starting promptly at S:00 o'clock. All captains are asked to please have all their bowlers on hand, so the games can get under way on time. From all indications so far, it looks as though this year will be the most successful the league has ever enjoyed. The following is the schedule for tonight's games. Alleys 1-2 Statton Furniture Co. Answers To News I.Q. Test 1. Jablunka pass, between Germany and Poland; Brenner pass, between Germany and Italy. 2. Stockholm, Sweden; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Warsaw, Poland; Kaunas, Lithuania. 3. Italy, France—the Alps. Hungary, Poland—the Carpathians. 4. Rudolf Hess follows Field Marshal Goering in line for the German fuehrership. 5. True. 6. (c) Darkening of cities. 7. General Noboyuki Abe was named premier of Japan. 8. False. Australia and New Zealand did; Eire proclaimed her.neu- trality. 9. Anthony Eden. As Great Britain's dominions secretary, he has to maintain contact between the war cabinet and the dominions. 10. (c) Location of Polish muni* tions dump. vs W. Md. Ry. Co.; 3-4 Potomac Edison Co. vs Victor Silk Hosiery Co.; 5-6 Park Circle Tavern vs Valley Forge Beer; 7-S North American Cement Corp. vs Try-Me Bottling Co.; 9-10 Franklin Paint and Glass Co. vs Leister Coal Co.; 15-16 Colonial Hardwood Flooring Co. vs Hag. Shoe and Legging Co.; 17-18 Blue Ridge Lines vs Hagerstown Laundry Co.; 19-20 Artcraft Printing Co. vs French Barbers. The committee for the year consists of: E. Leister Mobley, chairman; Angelo Palladino, Earl A. Ford, E. L. Lizer, Austin Keen and Ray A. Ford. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT NOW, PETERS -DON'T GO ON SO~ HE'S FIXING AROUND THE HOUSE GrAVE HIM A MEAL— HE'S SUCH AN OBLIGING LITTL-E FELLOW— W YA WHUT ? -YA LET THAT LOONEY GADGET-MAKER MOVE INTO OUR BARN ! WOMAN, ARE YA PAFT P RETURNING AFTER A HARP PAY (OF DISCUSSING BATTING AVERAGES AT THE GENERAL STORE.) PETERS HIT THE CEILING , WHEN HE LEARNED MYRA HAP >DOPTEP' THE LITTLE STRANGER/ Ausherman Loft Winner Of Race The Hagerstown Racing Pigeon Club and the 20th Century Racing Homer Club flew their 2nd 100- mile race from Elkton, Va., Sept. 10. 171 birds from 11 lofts competed in this race. The birds were liberated at 7:30 a. m., weather fine, but cloudy at home. The birds LOflH OFFIC€ LlBCRflL LOflOS OH ,CV€RYTHlri6 have been making very good speeds and to' date the losses have been very few. The next race will be flown Sunday from Buena Vista, Va., air line distance 159 miles. Birds will be counter marked Saturday night. Following are the results. Yds. Ar'l a. m. per mm. 1239.59 1234.26 1231.03 Ausherman Bros Ausherman Bros Ausherman Bros. G. M. Ohler 1225.49 J. H. Zaiser 1225.42 J. C. Bowers 1225.18 Ausherman Bros. . 1225.05 G. M. Ohler 1224.01 Glen Mosser 1223.01 Geo. Hamill 1222.S7 J. PI. Zaiser 1222.84 Ausherman Bros. . 1221.72 9-49-02 9-49-3S 9-50-00 9-4S-42 9-52-16 9-49-06 9-50-41 9-4S-52 9-51-19 9-49-15 9-52-34 9-51-04 Glen Mosser 1221.13 9-51-32 Geo. Hamill 1220.97' 9-49-28 R. W. Rhodes ... 1216.66 9-50-02 L. L. Toms 1215.90 9-53-OS Ausherman Bros. . 1212.12 9-52-11 Ausherman Bros. . 1212.12 9-52-11 Ausherman Bros. . 1212.12 9-52-11 Ausherman Bros. '. 1212.12 9-52-11 Geo. Shoemaker . 1207.46 9-51-06 R. W. Rhodes .... 1205.61 9-51-19 L. L. Toms 1195.30 9-55-36 F. R. Maurer 1135.42 10-18-14 F. R. Maurer 1133.40 10-18-32 FREE COAL with all Genuine Estate Heatrolas August 19 to September 9 Bohman-Warne, Inc. Phone 83 — 33 West Franklin St. THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY / HE FAILED TO SELL I <3OVeRNWEW A MIL.L1OM CLOCKS TO F\T OA4 HANOLES--- THE ONE LOCAL. POLITICIAN Vv/HO CTANT LOOK /\ SHOVEL PACE POPEYE fHOVJ DOES THIS RA1MBIR.D It's In The Bag! WEATHER IN iNEOTOPlA'? RAlN)- JUST VJISHES 1* IT SITS AMD LOOKS UP AT THE SKY AMD WISHES FOR RAISJ AND THE EAIW CLOUDS FORM ATOMCE, „ , _LETVOL)jTHAWKSj HAVEAMiLLlOSlff MR. DOLLARS SO VOU ^NICHOLS CAM CATCH THE RAIKJ- THIS IS OUST ABODT A MILLION, HAVE VOU GOT SOMETH\MG TO POT 1TV - 1 -^—- J P'RAPS VA KIN LOAN OS VER BASKIT? PEOPLEARE) FOREVER BRAMG\T KEEP1MG MY BASKETS.' / -^ y l r l3/\Vq Copr. \ni. KinfT TcJ'.urri Syndic'jVi;', In SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. 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