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i nc* BEATPIRATES Cincinnati Forgets It Has .^ Clinched Flag And Wins * ; Another Game By JUDSON BAILEY (Associated Press Sports Writer) Amid all the jubilation of the Cincinnati Reds, somebody forgot to shut off the ignition. With their National League pennant clinched Thursday, the Reds played their scrub team against the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday and won, 2-1. That eccentric elbower, Lefty Lee Grissom, scattered seven hits and knocked home one of the Cincinnati runs with a triple. It was the Reds' sixth straight victory in less than a week against the Buccaneers, but nobody cared. The- only regular Red to start was Frank (Buck) McCormick, ambitious to acquire an endurance record. He was relieved in the third, the first time he has missed a single inning at first base in two years. The St. Louis Cardinals had a day of idleness in which to lick their wounds. Rain forced postponement of their contest at Chicago and also various other major league engagements. In the only other National League firing ,the Brooklyn Dodgers and Boston Bees divided a doubleheader, insuring the Dodgers of a berth in the first division and freezing out the New York Giants. - Tom Early won the first game for Boston, 2-1, on four-hit pitching. He had a no-hitter until the seventh. Seven-hit hurling by Hugh Casey in the nightcap won, 7-1 for the Dodgers, who were helped by four Boston errors. Cleveland 'swept a doubleheader from the Detroit Tigers, 4-3 and 3-0 in the- sole American League competition and took a firmer grip on third place. HI GRIDDERS SCOREAGAIN Front Royal Defeated In Well Played Game By Score 6 To 0. Hagerstown, High won its second start of the season on the gridiron yesterday by defeating Front Royal High by the score 6 to 0. It was a well-played game and the local boys showed to advantage. The Virginians for two periods were rapping at the Maroon and Gray goal line but they lacked the punch to take the leather across. One attempt at a field goal fliv- vered when the kicker was rushed and on another thrust a forward pass was intercepted, ending any threat that might have .been left in the Front Royal attack in the first half. In the third period after kicking off Hagerstown. forced the Virginians to kick with McFall booting the oval to Hagerstown's 45 yard line. Jeffry returned the boot to Front Royal's 43 yard stripe and here a march started with Jones, Jeffry and B. Russell lugging the leather. Jones crashed over from the 8 yard line for the score. In their drive for the score Hagerstown used straight football with off tackle smashes featuring. This drive was the only time that Hagerstown really clicked on their plays and were forced to be content with battling up and down the field between the 20 yard stripes. McFall's kicking kept Front Royal in the game from the start, his boots putting Hagerstown back time and again in the shadow of MAM.. HAUfcRSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939. BUSINESS MEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE CRONIN SIGNED FOR FIVE YEARS BOSTON, Sept. 30 (#>).—Aftei parrying queries about Joe Cronin's future for more than a year with the reply that "he has nothing to worry about," Torn Yawkey, millionaire owner oC the Boston Red Sox, more- than made good his promise by signing his player-manager to another five-year contract. When the young magnate made that important announcement in off-hand fashion last night, he also said he had signed up four outstanding players, Jimmy Foxx, Ted "Williams. Bobby Doerr and Jim Tabor for the 1940 season. Yawkey refused to comment on bin shortstop-manager's renewal terms or those for the others. Cronin, purchased from Washington for ,$150,000 and Lyn Larry in 1934, is reputed to have been drawing $27,000 a year since he took the Red Sox helm. As its pilot, he has seen his club finish fourth, sixth, fifth and for this and last season as runners-up to the Yankees. their goal posts while both Jones and Jeffry came through with well placed kicks that took the Maroon and Gray team out of danger. The Virginians in the final period turned loose a forward pass attack in an effort to knot the count but failure of McFall to be 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage on the one heave that found it's way into the arms oC a receiver had to be called back. Hagerstown kicked from there to the 15 yard line where the game ended. Coach Semler before the game was completed had two fresh ele vens on the field while Front Royal was handicapped in the way of reserves using only three extra men. The Maroon and Gray looked better in blocking and tackling than they did in their opening contest. Lineup and summary: Hagerstown Po Front Royal Powell ....... LE Mathews FiGl 'y LT Skyles Jacobs LG Thompson Daniels C Maddox Grandstaff .... RG Simon Dehai "t RT Saffell Fahrney RE White B. Russell .... QR O hler • r °nes LH .... E. Henry Jeffrey RH Burke Treisler FB Daniels Score by periods: Hagerstown o 0 g 0_ 6 rout Royal o 0 0 0—01 With the third night of bowling over we find the bowlers getting down to real business with 31 bowlers entering the select class this week by bowling 125 or better, with changes taking place in the standing of the teams as well as team scores. The Shoe Workers and French Painters by winning all three games while Potomac Edison was losing one made a three way tie for first place with five teams tied for second. Valley Forge set a new high for single game with G3S and high for three game set with 1792, nosing out the Railroads who had 17SS. "Drifty" Stouffer of the Railroaders rolled high single of 148 and high three game set of 377. Those in select class: H. Jones, Art- craft, 128-321; F. Martin. Artcraft 12S-342; Stickell, Blue Ridge, 131334; Carter, Colonial Hardwood, 129-310; Kneisley, Franklin Paint, 127-359; Hammaker, Franklin Paint, 131-341; K. Myers, French's Barbers, 129-337; Stitzel, Hag. Laundry, 142-323; Jacobs, Hag, Shoe, 12S-35S; C. L. Mobley, Leis- ters, 131-312; J. Beutz, Leisters, 131-352; Finfrock, Leister's, 142333; Nagy, North American, 126338; Klick, North American, 133336; Bradlej T , North American, 133336; Cearfoss, Park Circle, 130-36S; Wilhide, Park Circle, 139-352; R. Shaw, Park Circle, 132-332; Kephart, 127-320; Sweeney, Statton Furniture, 126-340; Warlow, Statton Furniture, 131-361; Shupp. Statton Furniture 128-341; Sours. NINE As Pop Warner's New Team Takes Opening Tilt YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 2; Pittsburgh. 1 Boston 2-1; Brooklyn 1-7. Other Games Postponed. j Cincinnati 95 St. Louis ......... 91 Chicago 32 Brooklyn 31 New York 75 Boston , yg Pittsburgh 67 Philadelphia 45 STANDING Won Lnmt Pet. 56 .632 59 .607 63 69 73 37 84 103 .547 .540 CHALLEDONIS RACINGTODAY Eleven Thoroughbreds To Face Barrier In Big Feature. HAVE DE GRACE, Md., Sept. 30 .510 I (ff*)>— An earl.r-morning drizzle to- .473 .444 .304 TODAY Sf. "Louis at <;h]>a£?r> Phil:irlf>l|)hia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati, at Pittsburgh Xeiv York ;i t Bo.st.nn, CA.MES TOMORROW Sf. Lm.iis n t, Ohiencco. rhfl.-u!f>!phia nf. Brooklyn '•inrinnnri a t. Pittsburgh. X •: w V r, r k n t H o <= t o n if ASH VKSTERDAY'S RESLT/TS Cleveland 4-:{; Detroit 3-0. (.hirriRVi-st. Louis rnin Only (James Scheduled. Action as San Jose State college, coached now by Glenn (Pop) Warner, trims San Francisco, Francisco. Reid, halfback of the Dons, is shown being stopped by a San Jose State' back. 16-0", in San Statton Furniture, 138-349; Black. Valley Forge, 128-349; Poet, Valley Forge, 139-343; Cox, Valley Forge.. 130-369; Saunders, Valley Forge, 132-253; Harbaugh, W. M.. 132-323; Stouffer, W. M., 148-377; Ford', W. M., 133-355; Palladino, 146-366. Standing Won Lost Potomac Edison 7 Hag. S. & L 7 Franklin P. & G 7 North American 6 West. Maryland 6 Park Circle 6 French's Barbers 6 Valley Forge G Leisters 5 Hag. Laundry 4 Statton 4 Blue Ridge 3 Col. Hardwood 2 Try Me 2 Victor Hosiery 1 Artcraft Printers 0 Ex- ACES OPEN YEAR WITH A VICTORY The Aces scored a -15 to 0 victory over the Caddies in their opening football game of the season yesterday afternoon, the contest being played on the South Potomac field. This Sunday afternoon on the same field the Aces will encounter the R-C Cola team of this city in a contest. Lineup and summary Touchdown: Jones. Point missed after touchdown: Jones. Substitutions—Reese, Stultz, Spessard, J. Russell. Boyle, Cobberley, Bachtel, Fryer, Schnebley, Garrison, Carbaugh, Eckhardt, W. Henry, McFall. Referee: Colley. Umpire: Dorsey. Headlinesman: Eldon. Time of periods 10 minutes. Caddies PO Harper LE Weaver LT Hicks LG Smith C 'Keller RG Jones RT Miller RH3 Crockett QB Aces .. Jackson . Crawford ... Finney Bingkosky .. P. Poole .. Pickett. . Kline .. R. Poole Mullenix Lit Nigh Novis KK ESlias H. Andrews .. F.B. .. G. Andrews Score by periods: Aces 14 12 13 6—15 Caddise 0 0 0 0— 0 Touchdowns: Andrews 2, Elias 2, Nigh, R. Poole, Finney. Points after touchdown: R. Poole, 3. Cleveland Gains WithJ)ouble Win Detroit, Sept. 29 (£>).—The Cleveland Indians strengthened their hold on third place in the American League today by taking a doubleheader from the Detroit Tigers, coming from behind to win the opener 4 to 3, and gaining a 3-0 decision in the nightcap, called at the end o£ five innings because ot darkness. The result wiped out the Tigers' last chance of climbing out of fifth place. Mel Harder was credited with the first-game victory although Bob Feller was called to the rescue when the Tigers threatened in the eighth. Al Milnar gained the decision over IS-ycar old Harold Xewhouser, Detroit rookie making his first major league start, in the second game. Cleveland 002 110 000—4 6 1 Detroit 021 000 000—3 6 1 Harder, Feller and Pytlak. McKain, Benton and York. Cleveland Ill 00—3 3 0 Detroit 000 00—0 4 1 Milnar and Hemsley. Newhouser and Tebbetts. LOOP FINALS STARTSUNDAY First Ants And Sox Must Replay Ninth Inning Of Former Game. Tomorrow afternoon on the Stadium field the Washington County League will swing into the finals of the playoff series for the Jamison Trophy, now held by the Antietam Fire Company, which clnb needs but one more win to retire the trophy. But before the finals can start the AntieUms and the Victor Blue Sox must piny the ninth inning of the game they failed to finish last Sunday. The Ants will be at bat with the score 7 to G in their favor. The tennis must take tho field with the same lineups with which they finished the game. Should the Ants manage to win this game they will go right into action against the Ruppert Bluebirds in the finals. Fans will not want to miss the ninth inning playoff which starts at 1:15 o'clock and the first game of the three-game series will get under way as soon as possible afterward. The Ruppcrts gained the playoff series by defeating the Hancock team two out of three games and the AnUetams and Victors met with each team winning a game and the final contest went to the Ants in SPORTS ROUND-UP By »RIET2 NEW YORK, Sept. 30 (, 'a! Don't pay off on Frankie Frisch yet He may be signed, sealed and ready for delivery to Pittsburgh, as nearly everybody thinks... .But persistent grapevine rumors have it Jimmy Wilson of the Reds and old Rabbit Maranville still are in the running (Some of the Reds will bet Wilson gets it) Maybe Bill Benswanger wasn't fibbing when he said after Traynor resigned: "I'll now start looking for a manager"'... .He thought he- wouldn't have to look any further than his safe. The Yanks were pulling for the Reds because they figured they would get better crowds in Rhineland than in St. Louis. WiHiamsport Booters Wil Take On Marlboro Eleven Tomorrow. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 on the Willianisport High School field the Wiliamsport Wildcats will play the Marlboro Soccer Club in what will be the initial soccer game for both teams this season. The Marlboro Soccer Club is the oldest in Southern Maryland having been organized in 1925 and have won championships in the Capitol City League, The Recreation League, the Southern Maryland League and last year finished in the runner-up position in the Washington Soccer League. The team consists of former Marlboro High School players and last season Melvin Buck at right full back and Billy Suit at goal were rated as the best players in the league. The Willianisport Wildcats are well known to soccer fans throughout this section of the state and last season finished third in the Western. Maryland Soccer League In the lineup will be found the fol lowing players, who were selected to play on the All Star team last season: Pete Long, Boots Poffenberger. Wooclic Snyder, Jess Brown, Bud Barnes, Irvin Daugherty, and Charles Stumbaugh. This will be from all indications a natural and fans will be able to compare the different brands of soccer as played in Western and Southern Maryland. HARD TO STOP 1av\ By Jack Sords PRECIOUS STONE BOWLING LEAGUE Today's guest star— Nixson C. Denton, Cincinnati Times-Star: "After this series with the Cardinals, it will be pleasant to go to Warsaw for a rest." Many American horsemen with stables abroad are having a tough time getting them home. This has been a glorious season for the Dodgers—they won the annual series from the Giants: they outdrew the Giants, and now Durocher has Avon the league championship for being .put out of the most ball games. The Pearls and Diamonds are in a tie for leadership in this circuit, each having won four games against two defeats. The members were gathering wood on the alleys with Emma Snyder showing the way with a count of 116 followed by Nell McLaughlin and Kathleen Fridinger each with 112, Mary Routzahn 106. Katherine Carver 103. Belva Ford 102 and Ruth Porterfield 101. The standing: Won Lost Pearls .: 4 2 Diamonds 4 2 Emeralds 3 3 Rubies 3 3 Turquoise 3 3 Amethysts 1 5 New York . Boston . Cleveland . Chicago . .. Detroit . .. . Washington Philadelphia Won I,o*t Pet. .705 .591 105 33 44 61 36 34 30 64 55 St. Louis 41 66 67 72 37 96 110 .566 .556 .526 .424 .364 .272 GAMES TODAY Boston at Xew York. Cleveland at Detroit. Washington at Philadelphia Chicago at St. Louis GAMES TOMORROW Boston at Xe\v York. Cleveland at Detroit. Washington at Philadelphia. Chicagro at St. Louis- Reds Again Ab. R. . 4 0 . 3 0 , 4 0 . 1 0 CINCINNATI Ab. R. H. 0. Gamble, If Joost, ss Bongiovanni, rf .... 4 McCormick, Ib .... I Galatzer, Ib 3 Hershberger, c .... 3 DiMaggio, cf 3 Bordagaray, 2b .... 3 Riggs, 3b 3 Grissom, p 3 day shortened the already close odds on Challedon to win the $15,000-added Havre De Grace Handicap. Backers of the Maryland-bretl William L. Brann horse got only 4-to-o yesterday and the wet weather recalled the colt's sparkling victory in th^ annual sea-of-mud Pr^akness. Although opposed by older horses and top-weighted with 122 pounds— in Havre de Grace's closing-day feature, Challedon was a probable 4-to-5 favorite to take the $15,000- added, mile and an eighth event in stride. '; Regarded as likely to give him the most opposition in the field- of twelve named overnight were Belair stud's Isolater, carrying 116-. pounds, Alfred G. Vanderbilt's Nedayr, 122, and W. E. Boeing's Porter's Mite, 111. Others named were: Mrs. Louise- Viau's Conquer, 110, and Rex Flag, - 10S; Mrs. E. Denemark's War-Minstrel, 108, and Upstream, 101; ~ M. J. Schmitt's Sorties Star, 103; .- Briedberg and Axton's Mannie O'Hara, 103; Woolford Farm's Robert L., 107, and E. K. Bryson's •Bunny Baby, 101. . Although top-weighted, Challedon. A. got a break by drawing the No. 1 ; post position, a spot welcomed by-Trainer Lou Shaefer. Maurice (Moose) Peters will ride : Challedon in place of Jockey Harry Richards, who is filling an engagement in New York. George Seabo, who rode Challedon to victory in the Preakness, will be aboard :„ Nedayr tomorrow. Totals 30 2 PITTSBURGH Ab. R. P. Wansr, rf 4 Vaughan, ss 4 Elliott, cf ..., Van Robays, If Fletcher, Ib .. Brubaker, 2b .. Gustine, 3b ... Schultz, c Bowman, p ... S 27 9 H. 0. A. 110 126 120 220 0 14 0 123 001 032 113 Totals 33 1 7 27 15 Trte 77 IIMBS Ifte BlU, usrexw. JOHNNY (DOCK IN PIRATES mm Former Pittsburgh Catcher Being Mentioned as New Manager of Club Pittsburgh, Sept. 29 (JP).—A. new name, that of Johnny 'Gooch, former Pirate catcher, bobbed up today in the speculation about a successor to Harold (Pie) Traynor who is stepping down Sunday as the Pirates' pilot Gooch, now coach of the Pirate pitchers, was mentioned along with Frankie Frisch, a favorite with curbstone fans, and with Jimmy Wilson, coach of the pen- Purposes of identification, a nant-winning Reds and former man- j ^ostonian carries a photo of the wife in. her new hat, in case of being spoken to by a strange woman manager had not been selected and denied published reports that Frisch, former Cardinal boss, had been given a one year's contract. One rumor had it that Frisch would get §27,000 a year under a three year contract but Pirate sources observed that the figure was too high and that the club never signed anyone for longer than one year. Gooch was given permission Wednesday to go to his home in Memphis but friends expected him to return within 10 days for some unannounced purpose. They also attached significanc,e to the fact that Traynor's resignation was announced the day after his depar- Cincinnati 002 000 000—2 Pittsburgh 000 000 001—1 Errors: Riggs, Bordagaray. Runs batted in: Grissom, Joost, Brubaker. Two base hits: Bordagaray, Elliott, Brubaker, Bowman, Van Robays. Three base hit: Grissom. Sacrifices: Joost, Brubaker. Double- plays: DiMaggio and Hershberger; Brubaker, Vaughan and Fletcher; Fletcher (unassisted); Bordagaray and Galatzer. Left on bases: Pittsburgh 6; Cincinnati 2. Struck out: By Grissom 3; by Bowman 3. Time: 1.25. Attendance: 1,477 paid; 1,485 ladies. Umpires: Pinelli, Reardon and Goetz. Brooklyn Divides With Boston Bees Boston, Sept. 2.9 (/p).—For the second day in succession the: £ Brooklyn. Dodgers and Boston Bees divided a doubleheader today. . - Two unearned runs decided the first game for the Bees 2 to 1 and -. Hugh Casey's seven-hit pitching-..;: paved the way for Brooklyn's 7 to 1 triumph in the nightcap. Jake Earley had a no-hitter until two Dodgers, were out in ths sev- - enth inning of the first game. -Then .. Al Todd singled to break the spell.,,.. Brooklyn 000 000 010—1 4 3 Boston 000 100 Olx—2 5 0 Fitzsimmons. Doyle and Todd. : Farley, MacFayden and Mast - ! Brooklyn 000 300 013—7 9 0. Boston 010 000 000—1 7 4 Casey and Todd. Lanning and Lopez. Andrews. WAR is the great leveler, and the knotty problem ot what to call Wally, the Duchess of Windsor, . . will no doubt be resolved in favor ; of "Toots." AN AD IN TIME, often saves mor« than nine days of waiting. Claaal ned ads bring- quick reaulta. Western Maryland R. R. Bowling Loop Schindel, Rohrer & Co. Headquarter* For Sherwin - Williams PAINT 28-30 S. Potomac St. Phone 70S <* I ture. ager of the Phillies. At Pirate Headquarters, President William Benswanger stuck firmly to his statement that the new I on tne street. Standing: Refrigerators 7 Hoppers 6 Tanks 5 Flats 4 Boxes 4 Gondolas 1 Won Lost Pinfali -.7 2 4707 3 4696 4 4663 5 454S 5 4577 8 4492 High individual single, R. I. Ihlefeldt, 12S; high individual set, D. E. Fitz, 348. High team single, Hoppers, 563; high team set, Hoppers, 1605. CLOTHING For the Entire Family R <fc G DEPT. STORE 934 S. Potomac St. Phone 1133 DICK TRACY —SKIN GAME Mize to Lombard!: When Paul Derringer whiffed Johnny Mize for the last out in the last game of the Red-Card series. Johnny turned to Ernie Lombard) and said: "Nice work, boys—now go and do the same thing to the Yanks." eight innings but officials ordered | scored the ninth inning played when a pro- GEORGETOWN A WINNER ( Philadelphia, Sept. 29 (&)— Augie Lio's field goal from the 23-yard j line with less than 50 seconds to I go gave Georgetown a 3 to 7 victory over Temple before of 15.000 test was filed. Xo line on the finals could be either Springer hurlers for the ascertained but or \Villard will fore Falcone behind the Hoya goal line. work for the Rupperts in the opening game. A double bill will be staged the following Sunday if needed. COLTS TO BLAIRTON The Maugansville Colts, champions of the Independent League will travel to Blairton, W. Va., for a double bill this Sunday and all players are urged to contact Manager Ebersole for transportation. Players not having a way o \*er will I be picked up at Elizabeth and West Washington streets and Ebersole's Service Station on South Potomac street at 12 o'clock sharp. TO NEG--ECT the thrift posslblll- tl*!« of th* Classified Section is to j <-»ver the "Help Wanted" column ana throw away money. ' see what Is being offered today. COT,LD you fill a better Job? Look " " THEY STOLE MY DADOV'S FURS -THEY'RE ROBBERS/ IN TWAT CAR WE WERE. THEY MADE ME ao WITH OH, DIANA! Business As Usual MCE or TO Ctf/1/Z<3£ TOO4Y DOOLELY ' A DOu&> £ 77/'

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