The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 30, 1948 · Page 10
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June 30, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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SHtrVtr I%A \ r«4wk-k. M*- W«*»*«««y. JCBC M, Ittfl s. ·- Bms, Wfey Tuc Chaaetc! CE WOULD MAKE --- OSLV JuC 1 -* A S'5'JS3»= -- Cubs Stop Cardinals Chicago, June 29 3*- -- Johnny Schmitz. hocking up in a brilliant slab duel with Karry "The Cat" Brecheen, interrupted the first- place drive of the St. Louis Cardinals here today when he hurled the Chicago Cubs to a 3-1 triumph before 17,158. The lanky Cub southpaw doled out only four hits as he registered his seventh victory again*-, eight losses- The lone run by :r- r-ji- nals came on the first of s . ·-'·'. doubles by Enos Slaughter in the fourth inning and a single by '·Nippy" Jones. That represented the only scoring in the game until the sixth when Brecheen, who had allowed only two hits previously, suddenly weakened. He was tagged lor five straight hits arrcr retiring the iirst two men and the Cubs pushed across all three o£ their runs. The score: RK - E. St. Louis 1 * 0 Chicago 3 8 o Brecheen and Rice. Garagiola: Schmitz and Scheffin.g. Giants Blast Lsartcr-; Boston. June 29 ,,T"--N'ew York s Giants who have been in a hitting slump and who had won only four of their last 13 games, tonight sprayed 17 hits over Braves Field- five of them home runs--in smothering the National League leading Boston Tribe 11-3. Sid Gordon. New York third baseman polled two of the round trip clouts, one of them a grand slammer, his third such four run blast of the season. Whitey Lockman. Bill Kigney and Walker Cooper were the other Giants who walloped homers. The National League record Is seven homers in one game and the seasons record circuit is four grand slam homers by one player. The scores: K. H. E New York 11 17 0 Boston 3 9 0 Poat, Jones and Cooper. Westrum: Soahn. Hogue, Prendergast and Saikeld. Pb?Is Edse Burns Brooklyn. June 29 iVP)--A two- base -muff fay Centerfielder Carl Furillo followed by a double by Dick Sisler and a single by Andy Seminick gave the Philadelphia Phillies two runs in the top of the seventh, enough to defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers tonight 2-1. Blix Donnelly was the winner and Balph Branca, who had won seven straight, the loser. The scores: R. H. E Philadelphia 2 7 1 Brooklyn 1 6 1 Donnelly and Seminick; Branca and Edwards. U. S. Senator *· frrrlnmm Panto Safety Play Makes This Game Contract HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured US senator 11 Happy 12 Thoroughfare 14 Camel's-hair cloth 15 Buries 17 Fish 18 Sacks 20 Air (corr.b. form) 21 Military helper 22 Make amend; 24 Blackthorns 25 Singing voice 26 Slender rods 27 Sun god 28 Ibidem (ab.) 29 Tapestry 32 Salute 36 Unaccompanied 37 Daub 38 Monarch 39 Crippled 43 Dry 44 Finish 45'BoundarSes 47 Island (Fr.) 48 Oozed. 50 More rotund 52 Pull 53 Group of nine VERTICAL 1 Lobe-J ike 2 Equal-angled polygon 3 Compass point 4 Siamese 5 Volcano 6 Network 7 Heights (ab.) 8 Not (prefix) 9 Military force 10 Separated type 11 Medieval collar 12 Standing room only (ab.) 13 Lock cf hair 15 Comparative ^·:f!lx !9 Steeping noisily j l He is from WTO r-l n.S* = 23 Expunge 24 European 29 Accepts 30 Straightened 31 Consider 33 Spanish town 34 Disguised var.) 35 Command 39 Cover lMM ta IIA V 40 Part of "be" 41 Mud 42 English schoo.' 45 Limb 46 Heavenly body 49 Parent 51 Symbol for neon i A A K 9 7 2 » V None . · Q 1 0 8 5 3 1 * 9 6 4 A J 4 V A K 8 7 5 1 * Q J 7 3 Rubber -- Both vuL South West North East I V 1 A 2 * Pass 2 V 3 * 3 V 4 * I i 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening-- 4k K 39 l Carnival American Results Testerday Cleveland^ 6: Detroit. 2 Washington. 5: Philadelphia. 3 New York. 7: Boston. 0 Chicago. 4: St. Louis. 1 Games Today 'Washiagten p.t Philadelphia ·Chicago at St. Louis Cleveland at Detroit Boston at New York ·Night game Standing Of The Teams W. L. Cleveland ' 33 23 New York 23 25 Philadelphia 40 Boston -- 31 Washington _.. 30 Detroit 29 Si. Louis 23 Chicago ' 19 By WILLIAM E. McKENNEY America's Card Authority Written For NEA Service In her new book, "How's Your Bridge Game?". Florence Osborn has listed 200 contract-bidding questions and 50 bridge hands. She gives a method of scoring by which you can rate yourself as a wizard, a master, or just a satchel. Miss Osborn. well-known to players throughout the country for her reporting of bridge tournaments, picked out some clever hands ,for her book. Hand No. 31, which is given today, presents an interesting safety play for rubber bridge. To get the full benefit .of the hand, you should cover up the East ( and West cards. Otherwise, you will not find it much of a problem. West wins the king and ace of spades and declarer trumps the third spade. The problem is to see to it that declarer loses only one trump trick. Tae correct play is to go over to dummy and lead | the nins of hearts. If East plays low. South must play low. West will show out, and then declarer is all right. If East covers the nine of hearts with the ten. South covers with the king. When West shows out. declarer goes over to dummy and plays another heart to the ace-eight. Declarer must not take it for granted that the hearts will break three-one and lay down the king of hearts before going over to play from dummy. If he does, he will lose two heart tricks, which will defeat the contract. AND k SOWCTb STJktrSAVlHS A . DO jbu KOIJZE- J (Bur AS TIME PASSES; ~ DO/OOEYERUSEj lias AAOKE/; V; " Uret MAKES $ 130 IN IT jusr ·SHOWS UMAT.SAVMG OQ r- VBSETA5UEMAM OR.' CO.D--- BUT tU. p*y tr AU- BACK. MtTTT AN'D JEFF HELLQ, RUTH DARLING j DO YOU STILL LOVE ' ME AS MUCH " 'WHAT? Jeff Must Have Got His Dates Mixed Or Something I SAVD, DO YOU 6RUTH? STILL LOVE ME. f MY RUTH DARLING? I NAME tSM'T RUTH. 1 IM SORRY HELEM DEAR. I KEEPTHlNKlM' TODAY IS WEDKESDAY/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES He's Wis* MOKE. WE ·CD RYDER Safe And Sound 29 34 Pet. .623 .597 .517 ; .459 i .45S ; .377 j .323 : Court News Marriage Licenses Maynard E. Bowens, 22. colored, 23 East AH Saints street, this city, and Evelyn A. Thomas, 22, colored, near Frederick. Robert L. Carpenter, 26. 30 Wisner street, this city, and Louise V. Toms. 18, Frederick Route 3. Glenn T. Recard. 19. annuled. Chambersburg. Pa., and Betty Lee Baechtel 21. Hagerstown. Property Deeded William S. Bennett and wife to Marion N. Kehne and wife, city, $10. Earl L. Myers and "wife to Thomas J. Kemp and wife, city, $10. I Frank J. Wachter. Jr., and wife , to Everett C. Johnson and wife, 1 1 city. S10. i "This inflation is scums' clear out of hounds! Why. you have to j Frank J. Wachter and wife, et : promise three times as much to srct people to listen to you!" ' al, to Carl E. Brown and Wife. i : county, $10. OJrSS-Afi SO-JS5O, VST=R FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Tote That Bale trvv^^ Mr. AMDY/ L=Ave us G!V= YOU A HAMD-YCU GRAB LARD,AND l'U_ " MOLD \ L'MH / TA'F\ .: -!E DOCS. I IT EASY/ I 3?E.M f I'M NOT AS S FOR , / YO'JMS AS/ YOU OU / / I USHD To Be/ DC.VTT PUSH.f T s t _ . . _ ._ LARD. PULL/ / COL'CK.' I'M A VIC FLINT Sandra. Help* What A Life! Philadelphia at National J.pnzue \ Games ~~esicraay j Chicago. 3: St. !-«·-?=. l j York. 13: Boston. 3 j Philadelphia. C: Brooklyn. 1 i Cincinnati. P- »ittbur::h. 5 I Todsy "" i Brooklyn : *Ne-.r York at Boston j S'.. Loi-.ls at Chicago | Other clubs not scheduled j 'Night game. I Standings Of The Teams i XV. L. Pet : Boston 36 27 .571 ; St Louis 35 23 .555 ; New York 31 29 .325 I Philadelphia : 32 33 .-P2 j Brooklyn 27 32 .4391 Chicago 26 37 .413 ' Three Stale Favorites j Head Race Track Li~t 1 Havre de Grace, Jur.e 29 .·?-- } Three JJaryland racir.g favorites j head z list of 23 three-year-olds : nominated for the SI 0.000 Potomac ; Stakes Wednesasy. July 14. race Secretary Charles McLennan announced today. Mrs. Helen L. Sagner's Saggy. Sylester W. Labrot's Bovard and Alfred Gvrynne Vanderbilt's Loser , Weeper are all likely to start in : the miie and one /urlong fixture : at the summer meeting which ; opens next Tuesday. j Saggy has basn idle ever since \ pulling up lame in the Chesapeake j Stakes here at the spring meet- j ing. A week before he had j trounced Citation in the 3-year-! old champ's only Icjs of 1948. , Bovard was second to Citation i in the Chesapeake while Loser j Weeper showed good form recent- | ly by finishing second in Delaware j Fark'siKent Stake*. ' First Protestant Sunday School in America was established by John Wesley, in Savannah. Ga.. ac- J FKISCILL.VS POP cording to the Encyclopedia Britannica. .VJ5R- y REftUND A'.t NEXT TU,\E TO VIC.'WE j DO IT WHEH WE'RE NOT LOOKING HIS / FOR fti ESCAPED OFTcN. A AND HIS KIDMAP VICTLM. THEM A1AY3E JTCAX E^yOY )T,TOO. fll The Radio Program MBS ABC NBC CBS WOR WMAL WBAL WFMD 71* fce ·30 Kc 1*90 kc ·30 ke DECISION DELAYED Rockville, June 19--A cot;rt decision eagerly awaited by bo;h sides of the charter fight in Montgomery County may not b, rendered for another two weeks. Chief Judge Charles W. V.'ood- \vard of Montgomery County Circuit Court said yesterday a hcsvy court docket had prevented him f r o m " conferring with Associate Judge Stedman Prescott on the suit. The suit, filed by Hubert A. Schneider, a Bethcsda lawyer, contends the proposed charter form of gox'ernment conflicts wi'h the Maryland Constitution. Final ar- guments were hozrd on June 14. The court ruling may determine whether or not county residents will be allowed to vote on the charier this fall. LAW TTPHELO Xew York. June 29 i.;p--A special statutory Federal Court today upheld the constitutionality of the Taft-Harilcy Law provision which denies use of the Xational Labor Relations Board to a union whose officers fail to file a non-Communist a f f i d a v i t . The court upheld the provision, section 9-H of the law, by a vote of two to or»a. · :00 -- Xews Report. 15 Mia. -- nbc Newscast Evnry Day -- cbs Xetwor'K Siient Hour -- abc-east Kiddie." Hour (repeat) -- abc-Test JCetwor'K Siient (I hr.) -- mbs-east Kiddies Hour (repeat) -- nibs-west «:13 -- Sports: Music Time -- nbc Gae't Talks Time -- cbs 6:30 -- Chicago Orchestra -- cbs-east Lum and Abtier repeat -- cbs- west 6:*S -- Xewscast by Three -- nbc Loweii Thomas (repeat n) -- ct« 7:00 -- S-jppor C!ub -- iibc-basic The SetsJah Show-- cbs Xews and Comirser.tary -- abc Fa;;on irfwjs. Jr. -- mSs 7:15 -- Nesrs and ComTiier.t -- nbc Jack S-Tlth and Sor,.s: -- cbs IMily C*mm*aTa.ry -- abc News: Dinner Date -- mbs 7:30 -- A. RoiSini Trio-- r.be Jerry \\"ayne Show-- cbs Lone Ranker Drama -- abc \Did you h Sticky y D/ ·? My Fa ted a crxre pteyedi'^ try-out with ^f=^fT k/nst's the ratter A ^j-j*?* tejteepf^ fM £ I^ClLi^^ffl y^3- *M^CCr^ ^^ i"\i-.i.sl *fd\" \ra^^ LL^ilH'AlM^J" ocm BOARI»TXO HOUSE ! OLT Om WAT Ka'.ienbora Comraent -- r.bc Sports Comment -- mbs S:00 -- tenn:s Tay Comedy-- nbc American MeJodr Time-- cbs Mayor of the Town -- abc Speci.-.i Ascni -- mbs S:30 -- Jack Tenrl ?l:o\r-- nbc ]"r. Christian Prama -- fbs I'.IT:! \\"!ii;eman Taleni -- aK- iii^h Adventure. Drama -- Tnl'S 8:55 -- WHy Rose Corrment-- mbs 9:00 -- Tex and Jiai: -- nbc y«M;r Son? Xiine-- cbs Abbot; Costflio -- abc Gabriel Heatter. Comment -- rnbs 9:15 -- Xews Broadcast -- rnbs 9:3O -- District Attorney Drama -- nbc James Melton Concert -- cbs Go For the House -- abc L. Hampton Show -- mbs :0:00 -- Tho Bifr Story Drama -- nbc The Whistler Drama-- cbs Gordon MacRae Theater -- abc . Opinionalre Korum -- mbs iO:30-- To Be Announced -- nbc Capitol Cloakroom -- cbs Music by Maupin-- abc California Melodies -- mb» 11:00-- N'ews, Variety. I hrs. -- cb« NVws * Dancins f l o u r -- nbc News, Dance Band 2 hrs. -- mbs 11:15-- News Variety to 1-- nbc 12:00 -- Dancing Continued -- abc-west :RN=S T3CS.S ASOUT HA.R?CO^'.XiS =;asvi£u/THAT PAI^T- /· SHALES--BUT S \M6 iS ?f 6-.DS2 A 5013 ( D5AL/ ., ,, .'/WHLirSALt ~% !i= r a 1=1 TH 1 SCREAM -I i im r\ ^^ '-* cx^" / I \VOK MY r£A5 i OFF FUTTSN:- SNJ A j SOZ? LAWN3-- AM' \ TvVO SODS, D5= v - BECAUSE TH' TJOS AW YOU HIDE PiP= UNSDHR. NEWSPAPER!

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