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THE DAILY NEWS, FREDERICK, MD., MONDAY, MAY 16, 1932. THIRD GAME; NM T NATC F - A - C HAL! ilftlO SHARPSBURG NINE VICTIM Phillies Stop Cubs, Trounces Athletics. Local Collect 23 Hits For 31 Bases. Th? Fredi-.-r i: A'., · ·lie Detroit ^V^ ".^iV ^ ' Bruce Campbell In Right Field? . . . . *,, ^ r - ^ Mainstay For St. Louis Browns INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE MIDDLETOWN WINS j l Yesterday's Retails. Wa -inty '. ·'·':: tv a tore GIANTS HAMMER GINGLHNATI i.nsle* ar.c! 3! bases. L:I Mar-., t f--r -lio F A Buck C S-..6 May 15--St. -o-.u here wcay *ith a 1-3 \.ctory :«· the Senators Stewart .-*t \-.t hits anc sever vis -'. c^i.ser Jj c: '' : £poa but JiUed the taies in the nir.tr- 10 lose the r»s* Gojlir. openea '-:'.· waning inning *-.th » l:r.er '.(·- hx f r Juige to held. A jaci.ftce put hm-. · r. i*coed Fischer -nur.'ior.ally v^slix. Melhllo sno ur.ir.t«ulor.a.:'.y pis^ec Kiow. Marberry icolc up th* tasfc but Gosl ri scored on L*.ey's t Crc-r.in. The sec-re St. Louis by t-hO'k. Sr*e ar.d !J.5'r -:-i '-f ·".". error by B r a f h a r A C '·..:. ;-U\ ·.:;" Hr'..;u- -'^.-' a'- V.cC^rC;. F.. :· Su:'.. j ?n R" - ^0 ' ^ ^ - ^- fc I rt-dcrif k H Garct.'-r ·-I.::-.--. 3b R H E I C C 0 4 1 Stewart and Marberry ar.cl Berc. :.arc f r j ' . f v p Deiro.l. May 15--The Detroit .nircped 'jack to thjir o-*r. r-ict today to defeat the Phi'-idel;:!)... Athktics. 7-- tv r.amrr.erm? Wilbe-g T-taL- and Mahaffey. sharpbur K The score: R K E ·Jvr.d'-r. l: Octroi " ' 10 ° Ortr-.e. r BaUer.ee: Mahaffey. Ws'.beru - ar.w _ Frr:i*h. 3b-; Cochraiie: Bridges. Hoggsrtt ar.d H i y - ' E Mii.-r.n::i. cf-3b ·sartli. Math.v. sx Boston. May 15.--Vie Fraruer » a s - , M c G r a » . Ib U«h; with hits In the pinches u-cay j m-bb. rf to pitch the Chicago White Sox to u ! Gravs p-cf . ... 9-3 vlKory over the Red Sox. The sccre R H E Chicago 9 '-·* fl · ** 1 · -- . * Batteries: Fracer and Berry: Moore.; Lisenbee. Michaels and C-onaily. ' Frederi. k AB. R H O A E S 2 3 ? ·; i . 5 3 3 0 0 0 6 ' . 4 0 : o 0 ! ! 0 0 : i i « o 0 0 0 1 f 3 : 0 0 1 0 0 3 4 10 0 2 2 13 n O 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 45 16 22 27 11 2 AB R. H. O A E. 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l) 1 1 0 0 0 4 3 7 : 2 0 2 0 4 3 0 5 P 0 , 2 0 0 ! Burial? 4 . Jersey CiV- . 9. N-v/arc. T: Montreal. 3 Otr.*r ;!.:'·» r»t schecuX. Saturday's Results. 5-0; Torvito 4-: i-3. BurTal:-, 3-4 Games ,;:..T. ·.-·· a: T--.-V:.-.., ,,··· .-.-·. Cit i 1 . Buffalo _\"~A3r 3- Montreal. Resdinj a". Rochester. i Do You Remember Y. M, H. B. Nine Defeated la Sands; 1 Game, 9 To 4. i Kaliyin? in the late innings, the Mic- ,.' --·-- - , dleto-n Independents came from be- One Year Aja Today--Mrs. Payne ; .;-i.-d Sunday afternoon :i defeat the Whitney's lons-itnding Twenty Grand j V. M. S. B. nine at Bchleys-.iHe by a soias-ied the Kentuc'sy Derby recorc. in · - ;r«r ct 9-4. The city champions ;_mp- beating Sweep AH. Mate. Spanish Play . ti 0'j.t iri front in the first i^rvr-g with : ar.d eight other starter -n America i :r:rite turf even: Twenty Grand rui tr,e mile and a, quarter in 2.01 4-5 and iewardei his owner with $48723. the Five Years Ago Today-- Yale football oScials announced an agreeiserii signed with the Blue'. 1927 grid, to .-"ijol^i. aH scouting before Har.-.iru a;re«4 to tee pact for one :.ear only. Stacdinc Of The Clubs. W. I. Nx-«.-£ . . . 1 8 3 Mo-.-real 17 It; B .rrsi-i :-~ :: , K-xrhes'.er .. 14 ' Jersey City 8 ·U.-.C..-1I 6 '.'»·) rur-s atxi held the advantage tintil tr.e sixth ween tiie Independents lasd- e-i on Baer for Jocr markers. Another - run in the fie 1 .enth clinched the game . far M-ddleiown. Seven errors by the Y. M E. B. failed to help Baer and eon- triauied to his downfall. The i-.--re- V. M. E. B. A3 H. H O. A. E. . N Tramp, s s 4 2 1 2 3 2 ?c ~-- . Tirmev. If 4 «92 Tucker, t: 4 =36 Wagner. 2b 4 *33 ' Layman. 3b . 3 =~l, Baer. ? 4 E Trump, cf 4 Alexander. Ib 4 i\-j=aers share of the ptirse. Tea Years Ago Today -- A succ c-t left hc-^is tos^d by 3^ Brerznan. -.et^ran Chicago heavyweight, to the ;S-A- of Jim Tracey of Australia. ar.d one iiniihins rt-7.1', to t.-.e same sc/i. er.d?d the trivsctr's -..tie aspirations ^ lie eighth rour.d o! their aotii at Madden Sq-are Garden. 553 276 NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. las*".phla, S: C.ticago. 6. :t:sourgh. 2; Bro7i::i:. 0. New York. 0. Cincinnati. B^:or.. 3: S:. Louis,Ti. BY WILLIAM BKAL'fHEK · jiiii tjkc a ioik at Babe Herrrer. over NUA Srrvirr Sports Hdltor ; n: Cincinnati and reflect that nilEslng a N"e» Y-"»rk. Mnv i6.--You can take . :'.y b.il! :iv.v ar.d ':i":i mav not be it f r not from BUI Klliefer. manager of · ui-isc for shooting ct'.\7-. a y.'ur:; niiin. . the St L/VJIS Br^Ans, t h a t at least one : u l u f ail. ; of the C.impbeiU Is comlns. O Ho. O Ho, When Mr. Klliefer announced his ; and lie's pretty certain about that. j lineup u-;th Campbell :n nsht Held, the Saturdays nesuts. ~- py.i'.) f/»* "o"^ C n. T: Chicago. 6. .ni::. 5; Brooklyn. 3 Games Today. hiladelphia at Chicasc. Brooklyn at P.tlsbursJi. NV.v York, at Cir.ciuna::. Boston at S:. LouLs. ~-.,^ -JX w . .^^.. O J Totals . . . Middlrttm n . LUve Rudy. 3b ! \V. Rudy, p . . .. i Eton Rudy. 5 . Wise. Ib . ; Holter. rf | Ltitz. c _ i Palmer. If I Korrell. cf Standing Of The Clubs. W L Cr.:ca;o . New York, May 15.--Charhe Ru!J:r.^ set the Cleveland Indians dov.r. w.;h lour hiss this afternoon to give 4r.? Yankees a 5-0 triumph, vosmlk failed 10 hit in four ;nes. The score: R H- E Ckveland ° 4 0 New York 5 3 I BaUer-ee: .Ferrell and Myatv. Hu!- r.c D'.ckey. 0 0 0 j -j-he Campbell in question is Bruce | press box launched a serious research . Cini;.nniU: 16 1 - * j Dousliis Campbell of the Chicago clan ! movement to !;nd OIK v.ho the bird ^as. s ' : - .3 "- i . is . ·* o 2 0 by that p.urne. and he was thrown in j and discovered that: " ° ° ' for gocxj measure in the doi: that sent ' Bmce D-v-iglas Campbel! is a dcciccd- i Bump Hadiey to St. Louis and brought ly Scottish name. 38 6 11 27 11 2 ' R,^ Kress to the White Sox. : Bruce Douglas Campbell -A as a sand- Score By Inninjcs. I i n .{,15 condition. Bill Kiiiefer thinks !r-t ba!! player !n Chica?.- sr. 1930. ar.d . 0 5 2 1 1 0 1 2 4--16,-good measure" is a very appropriate 1 resiccd at 11040 South Vernsn avenue, ; . . 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 -- 6 j t«-m, because though Hadiey was the j Chicago. 111. 'I"*" SJ35C hits--Steele. · man Klliefer wanted. Campboil t.hus far j Bruce Douglas C.uiipbo;; -x^-- signed Philadelphia ' N- *- York , Brooklyn .. ' Pittsburgh 9 9 -.5 15 14 . 9 10 . S AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. Detroit. 7; Philadelphia. 1. Ch.caso. 9: Bosion. 2. N - t - v y-rk. 5: Cleveland. 0. Himrs. J. Gardner. Fra'.ey ' ii a5 been the better part -.if the bargain.- a* a free agent by Donir Bush, played ; 3-.. Louis. 1: \Vashinston. 0. Three base hiti--Hartman. Him*?.'. Trader Fosiseca'i estimate of the: in five games for The White frr.x in Stcr Sflen rjaies--Himss. Ansleber: young Scotchman may have been hastily ' September. 1930. and -.vas able t n b.it ~ f r . " Stcele. R Gardr.er. Sacrifice I formed. The Trader confided to this !n- ' during those cante^u only a t-eble ; hiti--iiin-.c?. Grove Base on balk-- off i quiring reporter, shortly a f t e r the deal 300. probably becaa-e he ^as ur.i'am:!- , j Brasher?. 2. o:T Fraiey. 1: off Gw-s. I: j had been made, that Campbel! sure l i a r with his nc-.v surro-.indings. Saturday's Kesults- ; off Frc::.-h. 1. Struck out--by Bra-^hears. | could kiss that o'.c! a;vplp but that h e ! Bruce Douglas Campbell was inflicted. Philadelphia. 3: St. Louis. 0. ; i . by Gross. 6; by Stockman, 3: by ! never m a!! his life would be an o u t ; OP. Bl^omington. 151. for tutelage. iut Cleveland. 6; Boston. 0. ; Fr.iy. 9. Hits--of! Brashcars. 4 1:1 1 ' nelder. ' -vas sent biuvt promptly io the White ; Wa'.hing'on. 6: Detroit. 4. ^ , ! --3 inninga: on Griva. 14 in G t:-3 i n - i sir.ce coins to the Browns. Campbell, S;.\ because pcop'-e in the Thrcc-Eyc j New York. 6: Chicaco. 0. Chicago. May 15.--A barrage c. ex.ra n - n£S; 0 -j Fralev. 2 in 5 inning^. Double pas borne out the Trader's opinion of i Leas'-ic towns were waHsuni; r-.ght tr.to i base hits in the define ir^ilngs save i PhilaceSphia Cubs accounted The sssaalt on I "',_,'. __ , _ f * 11 - * - THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITU 42 9 Score By Innings. · n 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 4--9 Y. M. E. 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0--i Summary: Two base hits--Dave Rudy. Kcrrgll. Stolen bases--Holter, W. Racy. Dave Rudy. Double play--E. Trump to ; N. Trump. Base on balis--s2 Baer. 1. : Struck out--by Rudy. 6: by Baer. 10. Hit by pitcher--by Rudy (Tlnney). BRIDGE By \\-XL E. McKEXNEY ; i Secretary American Bridge League ; ! At th? recent Ohio State Bridge', j Championship tourroament the writer j ; 'A as presenting the various winners on ! · the radio and was privileged to present ; Mrs. Carl T. Robertson of Cleveland. . | a member of the team which halds the | women's national auction team-of-four ! ! championship. She and her team- ' | mates. ctrcpetins with 20 teams, among i ' which were represented some of the | i best men teams in Ohio, earned away j ' the open Ohio state auction team-of · tour c! I -AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE- FIRE THEFT PKOPEKT1 DAMAGE LIABILITY HELFENSTEIN URNER I *IL . * . J- o.w rv.i;ti;: · rv* »iiit i-i*-» . i*\ ^o;; -rlliC » i l l 1C i- IS prvsoiu.c i :i-i. crc »- ·..-~ v ij.i;*ii,^ .ir -AUO is^.c v s . ! r^ lead ay Don Hurst whO; F . c r . h , 33,-). Wnini!^ pitcricr-St.-^:- ! "torrid summer was waxed ar.d «anea i .381. L a ncme rjn. tnp.c ar.C dcuo.e. , . ya ., L . ,,...,,, : , : . rr .er--Brashears Vm;!1 st. Louis VOUP.R Mr. Campbell may ! That's the stor.- thus far. Xo Lire* runs ana orove in two , ., ri ,-_ N - PA - ,.,.,, an! BTO(!cr . Time--· catch a f'.v ball 1103:1 his Scotch conk, i w i t h the box scores. L'irsU Davis and Chv.cti t^.o-in .,.,., , ; ·_ defeat of rhe season Wameke ciplodsd scored three more. VirgU a5a hi: homers and the former ha*! double to his credit. Klein and Hurst got circuit dr.ves curing a three- run uprising in the seventh and Davi^ mace his In the e'ghth. The score' R. K. E Philadelphia 8 12 0 Chicago 6 S JBatteries: Collins. Bengc. Kansen tad V. Dsvi5: WameVe sr.d Hartnev.. J. Taylcr. by Stockman · Roulette i : by s ,-.r.. And while it is pnssiblc tiiat 'ere ] of the chmate he was able t? bat o n l y : ir. Xow z3 on ; go Detroit at Philacjlphia.. Olympic Hopes by Claire Burcky Villiani Braucher Standing of the Clubs. ' W. L. i Washington 19 6 ' New York 16 6 .Cleveland IS 11 Detroit 14 10 Philadelphia I! : St. Lou^s 12 i Chic.iro 7 I 3ost?n 4 13 Pet. : .760 ' ~O~ .62! i .583 ; .458'. .280 : .167! A 9-7-3-2 VK-10 ^Q-10-5 AA-7-4-2 AK-J-6 NORTH A 10-8-4| m Brocklyr.. May 15.--Steve Swetor.ie scored his th^d ihuuiut victory of the season today by pitching the Pirate to ' a C-P triurr.ph o-.cr the Dodgers. STewrnc limited the Dodgers to tv.o- hits. The EN-rc- P.. K. E P.ttsburgh - " - j Brooklj n 0 2 5 Ba'.'-cries: S-.i?tor.ic ar.i Grace Shiute, Mcore and X-oprz Cincinnati. ?.Iay :5.--The New York Giants finally hit iheir bai;^i? tlr.de today v "CAinrl cut a 9-1 win ;·. er th^ Cincir.r.ati Hci; The scc-e R H. E New York 3 H fCscisat: . - - - . 1 6 2 Batteries: KubbelZ anc Kogar.: Frey Johasos. Ogder. KCcher ?.r.5 Ix-rr.bircii Asbr. St. ix' u j-. May 15.--T'r.r Charr.picn St. Lot: 15 Carctr.als ca the cr.ir. srair. : :.l2y Ita Boston Braie.-. S-3 The sccre: H H E Bcetoa . . a 15 r Sl. Lou^ 3 7 : Batter.si: Srcwr. Cr.nr.ir.ir.arr. a.-.^ ,rt3.r£~£·» 6c pC?,*~^. . *-««..i--fC/ . C- v» - Cirlttor.. Derringer ar.i W:'j..-r. Stc'.r.kc ir. a wrestling match by burnp- inp Hans' head against the floc^r. Are :hof.- wrestJers becoming s o f t ' ! If you ever own a bail club, dor.'t call tiiem S,ix. Why.' Well, look at the ma;?r league ^t.-.r.c ngs '! Bill Cisseli's fire and fight, h a v e , i made the Cleveland Indians a very j i tough team to beat, and a contender , i for the pennant. J i Gentlemen of the pr^-^ w h o \\A\C t o ; co\er wrestling matchr --hould be fur- ; r.-.shcd with spiked helmets by the front i u B OUncps Wel , i office - . ; Batting averages of bail p".a\ers v.'r.o i Tile peanuts arc much b e t t e r at tnc | c _ i m e ..., , h p ,,,.,.,,,, it . orn - lv Amor:can · ; ball park* and race^tracfa.this year. ; Awilclal , cr , mus : - oc d:s - oun;ed abou - ^ 0 The .-.--tr." ef nfnriulanct- -A.U-. ·»- · pj,,.,.^ because ;licv haie been ·-··layinc . pressed by Colonel Ed«ard R. Brndley . w ..,, a , ubber ^.r ;r ;h ,. .^.^ ff : · in his radio address a f t e r his norse. s cve -- a ; vetr= j BurE^v- K:ng won the Derby, w h e n he i "Q.'." ^ ^ , v:b - o . es .n , s v , r .,. :1 ^ ! admitted ""he raci- was vcr' t-atiffac- 1 to.ry'" to nini- 1 e-,v Fo:i--ec:x'i White Sox have io*t · 1 ir.ore to-ush liifk ball camcs this year VS-rj-^ ^ K-8-74 ·3.K.-Q-6 A V CO HI C/5 $ - Uealcr SOUTH Q-J-9-6 TA-/-^3 * J-9-3 * 10-9-3 · A-6-2 P E A R R E ' S Modern Pharmacy DRUG PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 STARS plaq it Brirf Pickups. BOB KELLY WINS-PREAKNESS f-vir*rr.'r.t M a r t r Sur.r.rss :ot,\L:jg the number of ba*e,5 v.hich Pepper Martin of the Cardinals steal* wrier. B'.irleiga Gnn-.ts is pitching , .isair-st the Carrl.r.slf. T:ir number . than any ct-icr te.ini in the majors. _ ft . ; . ^, p Rnd ;he rea£or . ; s lha - Mr The top price for the Schrneli!!=- ' Gr: .,,,- s ,,,_,-,.,, rur , : . crs cn flrsl bas? Sharkov ftcrit should b». ar.d perh^r^s . ,,_. ..,. .^. p, -^ .^* ,., · , "- · , t . . .n^r ca--^ .-1 »r.a ..o VM;! be. $1,^ p.us :l-.e go-.err.rr.fr.; tax. Popper, by tne way mtis- !:a-.e been 1:1 quite a quandary rc-cr.t'.y trym? tc- decide -Ai;et:icr to :iur.=e that disrSrated Or.r ,-f the cuxv^ "rack meets ever . sho .. ;c ; or cr h:s pre .^. :; . r - .ic.c was Mtwecr. Nrtr^ Dame -ir.^ , , , 2 , ? Mir':-..;;.-!:-. S'afe. in wlv.c-r: Michi^ar. halfV-.r.V " " ' A pitcher wh.-) w a s '.-*.·» y-rars old whrn Babe R u ' h v.as suirtiti: hu r.-.A- .'··r If.irue csrcrr with :!-.· Hr.-; S'*': ?tr;:rk the Baly rut :r. A recen: same .-'. Shibo rark. the r.arr.c be me Jimmy DC Sr.or.s. probably a C.nnciC. We p.eked the Athletics to ":r. the Arr.mcan I_MS!:" rer.r,.ir.' the b.i.^c- ostt.r.f aver- The oncinal Ai.rr :n Wonderland probably felt rig.y. at h inte upon v:»:'- :r,z America ar.d ,~fc:r.c th» Bcsstor. Brakes lesdir.; tile Nft'icr-al I.-'.'.;-.:?. Bnrjoo nc Comes From Behind In Hcme Stretch. cld nis.~7.^d ar.d h.'is f i - e ch.l^rcr.. B": f~:-- f^'ir'.-. y*-3r K 1 *./" .^sk.- Vr.r'." ed even 21 that riistcr.c track Mar* than 4",COO frer.ned fill"Afrs as the «^-.r.sr ;f :l-v K?r.V-rl-rr Derby - u -~- rr - ·rsi .r. a -i-xs tjSJn^S, 4C'T^C^ E-TIC?,^ 2L*L *«"? t «7Ti 1", ·"* tie hcmsstretch ar.d bur.clicd -ith r.i~ --ere T:ci On. -he fi-,cri--t ar.d 3c.v.- finah line :' ~as ar.y r,,-r«'= r.trc. and thai it ihc-ul-d to -o Burf^o K.r.c fcT a nose seemed to;- rr.u:r. Ijc: a rwc from Eport-r^ ficticr. sixieenths in 1.59 4-5. Tick On WAS sec- end and Bcats^rain. ?.r, outsider, was third. Surge a K-.ng pstd S8.50 ttra.gh;. SS place snc S4 snow. Copboard Friglitener. Cr-sarr. -s-or-.c cupix»ircs ·"·' cjW shelves tak; or, a · or.drous exot.c a-" fasci-rt r.; .-" t .: -.ca pair,: '-lii_- .a- facs .·-·.".: '.-..isn't the r.af cinche .':5t have tv*T! a b-.rf silc-^ We t- ckci Ecor.--^r:.; t.- w.n the Drr- ;· . l-u: fcrsr-t ;.-, back lurr. ::r.ancia'.'.v. -.:.ch _ ~i^t ?.? ^-fll because "e arc Mr McG"i- ;-.ar- .'r.-c c-$r.'t'' Bad C.-.«^s. r.-.,. ;-:"x :.. ;--.\r. ar.d that was .5t Cl:-.--I.-!:-.-: -vh^r r - r-i;.-d his outfielder, far .n for p-.tol-.fr Clir.- Br---- -j.-l-. " -^Id -:: ,xt.- ar.d crcv? V^d? f ^ 3 tril-1:- .~ii~i"c rir.acu:^. He.-.ir M?.:-.e -·' P.ratf-- ar.d K:p Ccli.r. ..-r tr.c »T.S. have- :w- r.rotty ;.-.:jr. c~- '~? :::err.pVyrr.fr.t f.t;i.-;t:^r. an-.^r.e t:a:?h- year? Ar.d it w.^r.'t ^ r.r T.-.ry h a \ e been 'oiifv f o r 5f, erai wef; ;o that :.t carr.rd of? ir. Arr.^r.-ar. rr.akir.g alterat.oi-ji rr. Whfe Sov ur.:- ha.rr.pi-,r:.-h:-. .r. .he r i r r . t . t c croi; f.-.TTns :'·* --or.-t- of tlv v..; Ea=!es LOST !-7. Tr." Frr::onrl Easlcs crrrjv-c a f--7 c.r-.-tor. ·« the Kryjtor.r A. C \Vay- f.rsbo.-o Pa. in a bis^bal] CAr:-.« .it McCuriy Field S'-:r.csv aftern'^n. Tnc l-.nrd DXYPHANN '- Ocs-'S. AS "o '- S t A I/TTLE S ?? v . ^v U · -ism ·sir.n.r.r - - f f . r 1313-15 ,r.T.i:*5 .-r.c .-.r. "T. i v r. .1^5 c.-'tererl ·'. :*··''. Kelly .-:srtfi '/. .s ;\~~~: .-. T.i- -·.-.·:. f.e.- ^r.er. iic 73-- 1? H? .-.is .-. -:.-. a 3wrr.'3»r;'-.:t .r. the Ssr. Fran .-.-.-·- O'.-rr.- ;-.: Clue f:: rr-ir.y ;,eir5. He T- tl-.r . v vt v, r,y i5,\;; "··:· .ilar "i -; ·- C f v l - j S W-A.. The Bidding- v | I asked Mrs. Robertson over the radio i i which garr.e she preferred--auction or ' contra" ar.d she replied tha; she pre- i lerrod aucticn. When asked wh-y. she · f a t e d th.it a: auction the premium is · ·T. the play, while a: contract, i: i= on ; t.ie bidclir.r--in other words that at con- · tract. t-D be successful, it, is necessary . }] i to do a loi of talking, and therefore. Ji ' being of a. quis- and reserved- nature. {' 15he preferred auction. In one of the · i! i auction championship events the above · {{ j One no trump in the South was :r.e i -"vit-^ic" aid vou w~" fir"- *^-at, *- is j difSrult to rnake th:s contract. | The Play. West opened his fourth best diamond --the four. East's jack farced cleelar- :or's are. A ^mall heart was led to i dummy's km? and won by Easi with the ace. who returned the nine of dia- · mends. West refused to win ar.d th? irick was won ir. curr-ciT with the , queen. A heart was led from curam;- j r r . d :hr-;t hearts cashed by :he declarer. · Two spades were discarded from dttn-.- rr.y. ar.c W-^t dt^~ardod the six c-t ^;ers is wr.ere tne aec.arer rr.ace a --··-ry rir.e play--the sis of diamonds 1 T"jA ~£-"~ """""^l"--f 9 \ViCS*" "^ ~""j«J *"-£L- J ?.r.d South discsrdE^ the f.~e of spade?. TVoit did no: want ;o lead ^?ad-^ int- · c l - j ^ -sis played which South. :he cc- s^sir.::; 2ra.r. 'l-.e- df:lirv-r rofusec to wn the i-str-.c tries -s.-.h carrjr.y ace. deliberately kcd iy ,-?.:r.f.r.r.; t-vo tricks--r^t West wai t h » :t ^.d-: now forced to lead a spade to declarer's 5.-..-0 '.-." ':·,!.k". ^-.; ^ made by the 3ce-;t:een. cr if the six of clubs was ^.--rl-.- '..irr-.i- s-a.?y frc-rr,; the 'rail it is, rl2yed. the declarer would -sin in the only n i t t i r a l t.-.at th-e "»dy o? turr.oc durr.rr.y w i t h the a;. caching tlTe g"^ if ::t -tee'. :.- r--rlsrfc firs: Ajatn ~? find 3. har.d tr.5.: procuie-i · * cc.ly tv,ic ^dd. su; rievertheless i: was --r.e , % f ".he har.is that was ir_stmrr.er.tal .r ~ ^ir.^i; a chimp.onsl-.ip »'. aticticr. Stieff's Silver ROSE. PURITAN CLINTO^ 7 PATTERNS FULL LINE CARRIED IN STOCK EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR FREDERICK JAMES E. DOLL Jeweler for Over 50 Years 1i T« Speak Over Radio. r.-t .r:-. a rr.:::-.-r. v*-rs-.r_«; ': s.v.-.:.;'. or.-.- »".. -r. .uc«;.?y I . .-" "h.'.'.f of Two £*cape From Penal Farm. H?-\bvir". Wash.ns on ccun'.y. ar- "rl tr. Prrdertck early this rr.crmr.t. cir;t t^t ^ pr_s---r.^rs "aho eic^pe-d fr"^n: .nr.r the r,-.c,r~ a? t--.- ,r-st:ttiti-n lav Stir.da;. The -ri5- .:* de.-.;r.cr, *o :,r.cr.- ^^-re b-?l.c^ei to oe headir.g thi* Mar. lir.d ^.th a -A ay and local p-;licc were given ?. full t · c----n"":attf ir. crsrr.ptior of .he f.15.lives Th? r^?r r i.~::.- *s-a:ir.a b.ue o%oro,., 5 ; ar.c. y ---".'-'-· Sncc Pock. 25. !-.c-J:i. I T S po.ir.ds and wear- ANNOUNCEMENT New Prices For Ice Effective at once at new ice plant on East Street, between Third and Fourth St-s., until further notice: Retail Prices For Ice Delivered Anywrjere in City Limits 100-lb. block 40c 75-lb. block 30e 50-lb. block 20c 25-lb. block 10c 12H-lb. block . 5c Platfonn Prices 300-lb.. block . . 60c 100-lb. block 25c 75-lb. block '. 20c 50-lb. block 15c 25-lb. block lOc 12^-lb. block . . 5c Plant Open Day and \i^ht Phone S39 Sincerely, T. S. MICHAEL ICE MANUFACTURER AND DISTRIBUTOR

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