The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 18, 1931 · Page 8
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December 18, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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DAILY HBWS, FREDW6K. VD-, FR1DAT. DECEMBMT18, 1931, BRUSHING UP SPORTS . . By Laufer ANTIQUE BCK SCORE/ CTTB TRI MOVKTA1X O.VB . OoiUi. rilctifr . - OilL thlnl ·. K c^oldthwmU. 3* N. J. C. M. rmrbUh. rf.. . O. K. Akfcoo. I«ft . b- WtMlov. third Arnold. Jr.. !·(! M. H. Uvr. pttclxoc . Ctudwlck. ·«-.- t. M. Xalcfel cr*ur 8rM 41 · S O 11 1* t 4 T S « » T » « » 1 » r»r» of the Trl-Xoe«'jl» Sn.-.-.t* r *.f i«n-i. t ..' lUc I'orttWI H«b. !u- «,. *. « \. F R'»i»«». tKe rmtcfcw. omrr X (be C. SEPT: \o i^SS --T*E GAME ^? Co^Tes are two food football players Ohio we can *»'"* of oflaand. * * * A* Tu9 Abcmt It. Pop Warner 1» given credit for rtloptnc Jim rrbotpe and Ernie Ke two of tfcw trmtttt football players of ·Q tteM. Tb* conductor of this oolumn cannot belp wondering how much de- vetopaxeak these young men required. * * * If you were to ask Howard Jones the nf T» f of the greatest football player who erer worked for him and he were to five you some name oiher than I Duke Slater, Jocesy would be just rib- bine v ou aloax. * * * H*w About mt Tea? They pSay pretty harsh football in the Big Ten, too. but within tbe memory of the conductor of this column no player has been killed. It is because they «t!E feed babies com on the cob in the middtewest. * * * Did Too Know Ttut-- Joe Voemii. quick-rising young oat- Jield star of tbe Cleveland Indians, is perhaps the first big leaguer to receive a, raise during his Srst month in the majors . . . during the flrst month of the 1930 aeasoo he hit .600 . . . Billy Evans called him in arid tacked one grand (one thousand berries) w l-ls contract . . and Ud Joe play ball. . . he wound up the season with n batt::3 mark of -320 . . - and drove in thlnf le 100 run*- ione ol the year's ITK. . important ptc- · tures, and for several : isons. j First, it marks tlie i -oad screen ap- ipeaiance of James Du. :. who bouaded linto the Oim spotlight ovcrJgbt in his 'history rcajting screen debut In "Bad jOirl." \ Secotci. it introduces to movie-goeri ; a new IfTEvdiag lacy, twenty-one years ISisUr" for the screen Iron, MUdied !ill|||||Ult||||H||ll||||||||||||||||IIIIHIIIIIIilllillllI!lillllHI!HllillUillllllllllllllllll^ . Oilman's novel o! the same name = 'i'he ir.ort subjects include a come- ; --- dy -and a novelty Sim. HOWARD F. LATE Subscribe for The Hews. : cid, gorgeously blonde, it favorite of the Broad-nay stage. Linda Watkins. i The large cast supporting James IDunn and »'-"fat Watkics includes sues ! celebrities as iLnna Gombe£. who .played Edna, the girl friend, in 'Bad 'G;r;," Molly O'Day and Howard Phii- ;::ps ia Use c'jze: featured rotes as well as George E. Stone. Sarah Padden. 'Eddie Dillon. Kea! Bums. Lex Lindsay. Harry Beresford. among others. Edwin j Burke, nfho wrote the sparkling dialogue for "Bad Girt." adapted "Soo FEU1TS AND VEGETABLES MEAT PODLTEY, FISH AND OYSTEBS = New Cash Market 243 N. Market St. Quality Meat at Continued Low Prices SOUTHERN DAIRIES ICE CREAM CAKE Theater News Trroli. "Sob Sister." Pox drama of an ambitious girl, who was too busy tracing on the romances of others to recogr.ize her own love affair until H had practically pissed her by. which wii: b»_- at the Tivoll today. i» !:a:X-d as being with Chocolate and Bitquc Ice Cream -- decorated with an Ice Cream Saou Claus. Serves 14 to 16 persons. Order through your Southern Dairies Dealer or telephone Sally Sothern Phone 691 Good Evening Did the Mrs. S a y . . . Don't Forget To Order RISER'S CLEAN COAL PHONE 267 ..a ·ivilliaiTi braucher Aw. Gwan! Speaking oi harsh treatment received at the hands of Rogers Hornsby and officials of the Cuts, Hack Wilson said "they took tbe bat right out of my hands." Mr. Wilson should have kept iis mouth shut. * · = · : * They Don't Look Right. The conductor o' this column has nothing hi the world against Johnny "Websmnlter, but is beginning to feel that he can get alon? pretty well with- out seeing any more tsf Mr. Wclssmul- { I Icr's HoKywood-posi-d pictures in the ; [ papers J ¥· ~ ~ '· Or. A Sixteenth. The conductor of this column would ; cicvotc at least 500 words to the come- ) . back of Charley Paddock if he thought ; Mr. Paddock could n:n again any dis- · tancp up to as;d itiijiadiiig an eighth j of an Inch i How Can You Know? ' The St. Louis Cardinals will lose j four games next year to the team employing Mr. Burleigh Grimes. No Judges. Th»- cunductor of this column Is not in favor o! tie games, but is all out oi sympathy with the idea of having judges decide the winners of football contests. Loot what judges have done to boxing! # * * Why "Defense"? The headline. "Londos Defends Mat Crown." is always placed at the top of a story the conductor of this column doos not care to rend. * * * They Go Away. Oiuo Suite University would teave a better football team if all the Ohio boys who play football matriculated at Columbus. Captain-elect Wilbur of Yaie and Captain-elect Hagcman of Harvard HAMMAN'S DOLLAR STORE Just 6 Shopping Days Until Christmas 2? *? These Are Only a Few of the Many Useful Gifts You Will Find in Our Store Ladies' Molly Pitcher DRESSES for house and street wear. Shtr: and long sleeves and a dress th. : win sort both the young and c!r! 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