The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 16, 1939 · Page 10
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TEN THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1939. SLIPPERY ROCK GETS VOTE AS BEST LITTLE GRID ELEVEN By BILL WHITE NEW YORK, Oct. 61 (/P).—On football's brighter side: This week's choice for the best known little football team in the land—the rip-roaring Rockets of Slippery Rock State Teachers College, Slippery Rock, Pa. Sit in on an gathering of any sidewalk quarterback club and sooner or later up pops the question, "how's Slippery Rock doin'?" Like the lady motorist who didn't , want to drive between Butler auc Youngstown, Pa., because the sign said "Slippery Rock ahead 4 ' and she didn't have chains, a lot of people don't know anything about the school that was given its oddly hu morous name by the Delaware In dians. A hasty perusal of the college catalogues (and don't write for them unless your mailman is big and burly) and a glance at tne Rockets' football record will show that there's nothing very humorous about the way the school carries on, either athletically or schblas- tically. One pamphlet had this to sty about athletics at old S.R.S.T.C.: "When athletics are so managed as to develop loyalty, confidence, and self control, stamina and courage, quickness of decision, clean living and a spirit of friendly rivalry, there is. much to be urged in their favor."' That "friendly rivalry" hasn't pre- Tented the Rockets from! winning six, out of a nine game schedule last year, capping three straight this season and being in a very nice way towards winning the mythical Pennsylvania state teachers college football conference! The school, so the catalogue says, has an enrollment of 550, a faculty of 65, a squad of 42 .and Coach N. Kerr Thompson, who is a fixture just like old Main, at S. R. for 25 years, thus making him dean of the state's coaches. And they're going to name the new football SHOGKEV field In bis honor. Thus the school that has taken o y er—solely through a funny bone- tickling name—the spot once held in the nation's football hears by non-winning knox can cheerfully take a good natured ribbing. And the answer to the sideline quarterback clubbers 1 question is. "Slippery Rock's doin' O.K." TX, HOW DIP yOU GET [RID OF YOU* DANDRUFF? USE YOUR head when you buy furniture. Cboos* new suites and odd pieces for smartness, of course, but keep an eye peeled for upstanding quality, too. In a word, do your choosing here at Shockey Furniture Co.! Here's the laugh of the week, inspired by an unknown gridder, and related by an official after the Syracuse-Georgetown game: A back was returning the opening kickoff when he was hit amidships by a small foeman. Dragging him along the back kept moving forward, until hit simultaneously by two other opponents. Down went the four in a heap, with the big- guy on the bottom. "O. K. boys, you can all get off now," he said. "This is the end of the line." CATS SCORE v SECOND WIN Williamaport Soccer Team Team Downs Victor Hosiery. The Williamsport Wildcats scored another win in the Western Maryland <* iccer league yesterday afternoon when they defeated the Victor Hosiery eleven on the latter's pitch by a 4 to 1 score. Play was hard and clean throughout the- contest with the Cats scoring in the first half on a nice head shot by Long. At half time the Cats led by a 1 to 0 count. In the second half outstanding work on the part.of the winners produced three more tallies while the Victors registered once on a penalty shot. D. .Griffith. Crawford and Andrews played outstanding games for the losers while the work of the entire Wildcat team stood out. In the two league games played' the Wild cats have scored 12 times while holding the opposition to four scores. Lineup am 1 summary: Victor* PO Wildcats Griffith G Beattie Crawford .... RB Andrews LB Miller RH Rohrer CH Repp LH Berger OR Weagley IR Lynch CF Gilbert '. IL J. Crawford . OL Score by halves: Williamsport Victors .. Anderson . Stumbaugh Poffenberger Long Grimes Barnes .. Anderson Brown Lemon .. Anderson 1 3—4 0 1—1 Goals: G. Anderson 2. Long. Brown, Lynch. Substitutions: Grimes. Haller. Referee: Reynolds. Time of halves: 45 minutes. B. P. 0. ELKS PIN LEAGUE STANDING * The schedule for tonight, on the Coliseum alley;, the first game starting at 7:30: Alleys 1 and 2, Teeth vs. Ears; and 4, Heads vs. Noses; 5 and 6, Hoofs vs. Legs; 7 and S, Eyes vs. Necks; 9 and 10 Tongues vs. Hips: 11 and 12. Hides vs. Ribs; 13 and 14, Antlers vs. Tails. TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS L Small fishes I. Wounds with a. pointed weapon 18. Set of persons who m««t familiarly li. Jury Hat 15. Egff: comb. form 1*. Prudent 17. Scene of action 18. Prosperous periods 10. Social unit 22. Long narrow board 23. Former emperor 25. Guiding strap 27. Before 2S. Portugese territory in India 30. Endure: Scotch 82. Com para tiv* ending S3. Dancing step or movement 36. Superfluity •i. Old exclamation X9. Pieces out 41. Interjection 42. Seaweed 4*. Wet or marshy place 46. Rail bird Solution of Saturday's Puzzlt 43. In anatomy, a. vein . 51. Pack 53. Woolly surface of cloth 54. Flush with success 56. Scent 55. Old Dominion state: abbr. 59. Ceremonies fiO. Calmer 62. Having lost energy 63. Necessitates DOWN 1. Member of a boys' organization 2. Circles of wood or metal 3. Player at children's games 4. Novel 5. Goddess of discord 6. Upright part of a stair 7. Oozed S. Belgian cltr 8. Covers with a thick black liquid 10. Anoint 11. City in India 12. Fill bugi IS. Traditiota.1 tal« 2L Weary 24. Flower 25. Nearest 29. Inquires Z\. Old French coins 3.'.. Forage herbs 34. Congenital deformity of the lip 35. Long fish 37. English school 40. Bristly 43. Growing out So. God for whom Wednesday is named 47. Unknit 4S. Three-banded armadillos: 50. Egyptian solar disk 52. Infusion of malt 55. Superlativ* ending .". Turmeric 61. Symbol for nickel 33 36 42" P>T m ss 14- 22 31 44* /o 32 Today s Radio Programs NEW YORK, Oct. 16.—The Mutual Broadcasting System will carry a 15-minute description of the almost total eclipse of the moon from an airplane October 2S, beginning at 1:30 a. m. Iii the plane and at the microphone will be Dave Driscoll for MBS, Dr. William H. Barton, Jr., F. Trubee Davison and Hans Christian Adamson of the American Museum of Natural History. The short wave forecast calls for fair reception the first half of the week, with conditions improving gradually to good by the end of the period. Programs tonight, (Monday): Eu- rope—AVABC-CBS S:55, 11; MBS 9; NBC-Chains 11:30. ... Neutrali- t\—WJZ-NBC 9:30. Sen. Rush Holt; WJZ-NBC 10:30, Radio Forum, Sen. Warren R. Austin; also MBS 10:15, Col. Theodore Roosevelt. WEAF-NBC — 7 Fred Waring time (west at 11); S Tommy Riggs; 8:30 Margaret Speaks, soprano; 9:30 Alec Templeton time; 10 Josef Pasternack concert. WABC-CBS—7:30 Blondie (West at 10:30);8 Kostalentz and Martin; 8:30 Howard and Shelton; 9 Radio theater, "If I Were King;" 10 Guy Lombardo orchestra. WJZ-NBC—7:15 Science on the March; S Sherlock Holmes; 8:30 True or False. MBS-Chain—9:30 Author. Author 11:15 Rep. Martin Smith on National Defense. What to expect Tuesday: Eu- rope—WEAF-NBC 8 a. m.; WABC- CBS 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m., WJZ-NBC 12 Noon. ... WEAF-NBC—1:30 p. m. Words and Music; 4:30 Vic and Sade; 6 Traffic Safety program. W ABC-CBS—3:35 p. m. Blue Interlude; 4:30 Of Men and Books; 6:15 Michael Loring, songs. WJZ- NBC—12:30 p. m. Farm and Home hour; 1:30 Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., Dr. I Harold G. Moulton and Charles F. Ketteriug discussing "Industry and the European Situation;" 4 Club Matinee. MBS-Chain—5:45 p. m. Radie Harris on Movies. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT T WAL, T'MORROW'5 WELL-I PUN NO--I WUZ OUT SEE PETERS' GOAT WORK OUT TUTHER PAY-AN' LET'S SEE-I GOT 30* THAT AIN'T OOIN 7 NUTHIN'—YA GOT ANY TALKIN' MONEY? TELL HI5SELF BETT/N' SOMETHIN DECEASED TULSA, Oct. 1C, (/P).—Relatives claiming benefits for a deceased worker failed to note his social security number. They told Charles L. Wilson, manager of the Social Security Board office: "His number was in the vest pocket of the suit we buried him in." A former employer furnished the number. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., •tnevola Wheat (at mill) 86c Wheat (at barn) 85c Corn 84c Local Prices Paid Producers Butter Ib. 20c to 25c Country Bacon Ib. 16c Eggs doz. 20c Onions •. per. bu. 75c Country Ham Ib. 25c Chickens Ib. lie to 14c Springers ib. 14c to 16c Shoulder Ib. 20c Lard , Ib. 7c Potatoes No. ] bu. 50c The United States has about $190,000,000 invested in the Dutch East Indies. SAVED WITH MILK WADENA, Minn., Oct. 16, (£>).— When fire broke out in the kitchen o£ Mrs. Hattie Steuwer'g farm home she rushed to the barn and found a ready-made bucket line. Other members of the family were milking. They dashed to the house with their pails and extinguished the blaze—with fresh milk. LOfln OFF(C€ LI8CRHL LCRHS on eveRYTHinf THE OLD HOME TOWN Bv STANLEY WITH THE BUTTINGr METER RlSGED UPON A VACANT LOT ON STREET TH£ TOWN 15 AUL SET FOR TOMORROW'S BILLY GOAT JOUST"// WHILE INTEREST 15 Ht£M BETTING MONEY 15 A5 PLENTIFUL A$ RAPIUM /' POPEYE Dinner's Come — and Gone! THE FOOD IS ALL GOME,MY LIFE DEPENDS UPON A ^ GULLBUftGERiJ NEUTOP1A SHOULD AROUMD HERE SOMEWHERE, BUT NONE OF THESE WAVES LOOK T FAM1LIAR ^ (THEVS wo) SIGH) OF I LAND ) ^•^ %Xr I MR FELLS, IT x WAS SUCH A O p/PE / JUST I DIDMT HAVE THE \ TO CUT IT--SO I IT ALL !i ST)LSOA4 ON THE OOB COPYRIGHT. 1939. KINC FEATURES SYNDICATE !«. WOULD eiCHTJ YOU FRIGHTENED MY GULLBURG SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. TERRY ESCAPING WITH THEIR LIVES FROM THE MALIBU BEACH BOATHOUSE, SCORCHYAND WENDXyVUKE THEIR WKY TO SAN DIEGO TO REPORT WHAT THEY HAVE DISCOVERED ABOUT THE WRECKED'MYSTERY' PLANE, P38 NEXT MORNING AT THE AVIATION COMPANY --—AND YOU'RE CONVINCED" THE PLANE WAS DELIBERATELY WRECKED AND THE THE MOTOR. STOLEN ? POSITIVE MR. IF THflT^OTDRV] V I'M CONVINCED ITtS IN SHOULD EVER FALL \| fTHE HAND6 OF FOREIGN SPIESJ weVe <SOTTO FIND'E/W AND SMASH 'EM BEFORE IT 15 TOO LATE / =>/1 ivc, ' N7 °THe HANDS I MERRICK'J OFA FOREIGN / •J POWER/ / ^^^^—^^ ^ THAT'3 A BIG ORPCR.S^VITH/ I KNOW THAT— BUT jVffA PLAN/ BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray HEARING A CRY FOR HELP. BRICK DISREGARDS THE RAPID APPROACH OF THE METAL MONSTER AND DASHES INTO ONE OF THE COTTAGES THE CRY CAME FROM IN HERE/ WHAT IS IT? EVERYONE I A GIRL/ HURRY-YOU RUM-THEY LEAVE ME: I CANNOT /MY THEN I'LL HAVE TO CARRY YOU/ ANKLE -SHE I QUICKLY / HAVE YOU A CLOAK ? 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