The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 2, 1948 · Page 10
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Frederick, Maryland
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Tk* Xew*, rr«**Hek, Sid., Friday. Jmly X, 1M1 MOCE THAW A reu l_ATfe x HAT yes. DOCKS. Peize -HOWE AT-E you SAO you Cubs Again Down Cards Chicago. July 1 ·.·?,--Andy Pafko pounded out a home ruu with two mates aboard to hand the St. Louis Cardinals their third straight defeat by the Chicago Cubs today. 4 to 3." Murray Dscksoti had a 3-1 lead in ; the seventh inning when Eddie Waitkus and Hal Jeff coat singled to ; set the stage for Pafko's heroics. It i was the llth homer,of the season; for the Cub third sacker. Tte three-game sweep gave she last-place Cubs a 6-3 margin over the Cardinals for the season. Stan Musial. who maintained his .400 pace with a two-for-five day at the plate, drove in the first two St. Louis runs with singles in Jhe first and third innings to rout Bob Chipman. It W.TS Chipnian's second start of the season. The score: It. H. E. St Louis 3 11 0 Chicago 4 11 2 Dickson. Brazle. Wilks and Rice: Dobernic. Chipman. Kush ' and Walker. Scheming. In Parliament 3 Donkey 4 That man 5 Partner 6 -State 7 Insect or: 1 . 3 Symbol ;«.; sodium 9 10 Short letter 1 ! Searched 12 Tally Sain Wins Tenth Boston. Ju!y 1 #--Righthander Johnny Sain become the first pitcher in the National League to win ten games this season as he pitched the Boston Braves to a 4-1 four-hit victory over the New York Giants. The triumph enabled the Braves to increase their first place margin in the National League pennant race io livo-and-one-half games over the runner-up St. Louis Cardinals, v.-ho dropped a 4-3 decision to the Chicago Cubs. Sain had only one bad inning, the first when the Giants scored their lone run on two singles and Johnny Mize's fly ball. The' Braves tied the count in the second when Bob Elliott hom- ered, off Starter C'.int Hartung and ·won the came in the seventh inning on Tommy Holmes" three-rur. double. The score: R. New York 1 Boston 4 Hartung. Kennedy and Sain and Salkeld. 20 She v.-as frc.rn Epping 23 Sour I Z HORIZONTAL 1.5 Pictured member of 12 Faculty 5 3 Flyers 15 Lew felSov/S 16 Let it stand 17 Short jacket IS Harvest goddess 19 Opposed j-iS.-.O!- 21 Upon (prefix) 1G Y "-"' 22Ar:enl ( n b 23 Any 24 Xote of sc;-.le 26 Epistle (ab.) 27 Decree 29 Strike out 31 -Nothing 32 Spanish hero fiZ" 33 Scandinavian 35 Chores lT 38 Exclamation 39 Senior (ab.) ·50 Plural ending ·51 Each (ab.) 42 Permit 44 Censured -59Encot:niered 50 Greek seapu: t 52 Esau's later 33 ' 31 name 53 Window part S^Thin (Prov.) 53 Strode 57 Ker country SS Brain passage VERTICAL _ 1 Jumped 157 2 Finishes b h d Hosit-.e substances 3:; Auction 3J \V::c-ro5- :M Sharper 37 CK-vcd 43 Ripped · 45 Siberian river . ·55 Arabian .gulf ! ··7 Narrated ! ·58 Tyj? ir.easyre ·'.s 49 Spice f.l D;oo: 5:$ Hit lightly 5.~i Nev/ l:::e (ab.) 5(J Mixed type iS Z3 38 51 55 113 5Z 47 8 !7 20 3S 5t 53 10 [It 21 Zfe Study This Example To Strip Out Hand A K Q 2 A A K 10-5 2 V J !09 * A 7 A A J 10 Tournament--Neither vul. South West North fast I A Pass 2 A Pass ·1 A Pass Pass Pass Opening--V K : JEFF IS SO DUMB HE \J AV^MUTTM BELIEVES EVERYTHING! i HE MAV Be V ILL BET ICCWLD SELL UUM3. BUT HE'S BM THIS GOLF COURSc 1 ) NOT THAT DUMB! 1 YrP! fc£ALBAS?GAlN' I S'AtLL LAV/N.TRESS! EVcR/TKiNG PSRFe LISTEN,-JEFF' YERAGOOD THE PLACE IS FULL OF i SANDTRAPSi PAL OF A1INE! ILL SELL YOU GOLF COURSE HERE rc^TEN BUCKS/yO CJGOLF ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES "Unforgettable Carnival H. E. 4 0 J 5 2 ! Cooper: i Bttcs Defeat Reds j i Cincinnati. July 1 iJF)--Fritz j ; Ostermueller pitched the Pitts- j ! burgh Pirates to a 5-2 win over j Cincinnati today and to within a j ; half-game of the second place St. i | Louis Cardinals in the National j · League pennant chase. j · As he pushed his club upward. · 1 his walkless. six-hit hurling shoved | i the Reds down to within a half- game of the last place Chicago Cubs. It was the veteran's fourth ·win against two losses. Pittsburgh found Wehmeier easy, hitting timely and tak'ng advantage of six walks in the 6=-: innings he pitched. Walker Cress and Tommy Huehes finished for the Reds- Danny Litwhiler's home run in the second inning--his fifth of the season--was the only outstanding blow in the Reds' attacV. The score: R. H. E. Pittsburgh 5 12 2 Cincinnati 2 6 0 OstermueTler a ri d Fiiif erald: "Wehmeier. Cress. Hughes and Williams. Fhtls Bnmp Bums Brooklyn. July 1 adelphia Phillies Brooklyn Dodgers' :VP--The Phil- extended the tesing streak to five games today, beating the defending National League champions. 4-2. behind veteran Schoolboy Rowe. Eddie Miller, with three straight singles. Fuarked the Philly drive against Hank Bshrman. who was making his first start for 'he Dodgers. Miller a!?o tlayed a great game in the field to help Rowc attain his fourth triumr-h. The score: R. H. E. Philadelphia 4 12 1 Brooklyn 2 8 0 . Rowe and SeminicV;: Behrman. Hatten. Bamev and Edwards. By WILLIAM E. MeKEXXEY America's Card Authority Written for XEA Service The most common mistake made by bridge writers is the resenting of complicated hands. Since Alphonse r'Sonny".' Moyse. Jr.. has taken over the publishing of the monthly magazine. "The Bridge World." it contains interesting articles for the benefit of the average plcyer. In the May issue there was an article by William Allen Smith. Jr.. of Huntsngto.i. N. Y.. who selected a number of hands and pointed out how easy it was to misplay them. Today's hand is taken from that! article. West won the first trick with the j king of hearts and then shifted to ) the jack of diamonds, which declar- j er won. He picked up the trumps and saying to himself that the king and queen of clubs could not both be in the West hand, he played a club from dummy, finessed the ten- spot and lost to the queen. Another I diamond came back, dummy's king i won. and another club finesse was ! taken nnd lost. Thus the declarer I lost two hearts and two clubs. 1 It is quite easy to make this hand. Win the jack of diamonds with the ace. take three rounds " trumps, cash dummy's king of diamonds and rufT a diamond. Then lead the jack of hearts. West v.-ill win and exit with a heart, and now you have cleared both the dummy and your own hand of hearts and diamonds. Lead a club for dumr-y and finesse the ten-spot. West wil. win and must lead into the ace-jack of clubs, or give you a slufl and a ruff. Although this is a simple hand, you will find it worthwhile to studv it carefully, as it is an ideal example of stripping out a hand. "I can tell by your expression you don't like the new wallpaper. Henry--you'd be satisfied to live with that old stuff with the faded, wornout look!" National Lensne Results Yesterday Pittsburgh. 5: Cincinnati. 2 Philadelphia. 4. Brooklyn, 2 Chicago. 4: St. Louis. 3 Boston. 4: New York. 1 Games Today "Xew York at Brooklyn 'Boston at Philadelphia s Chicago at Pittsburgh 'St. Louis at Cincinna'. "Night gcme Standing Of The Teams W. L. r,s 35 Court Afews vs Ger- biii of divorce. Equity Koscoe VTilliarn Duekett trade Crornweil Duekett. complaint lor an absolute Marriage Licenses Moore Roy. over 21. divorced. Camp Detrick. and Gladys Scene. over 21, divorced. IT East All Saints strc-st. -Jris city. Maynard C. J. Rice. 20. OC5 Ea-' Second street, and Charlotte B. Slinnick. 19. 205 East Fourth street, both of this cily. Raccy Shelhorse. Jr.. 25. 150 West Patrick street, and Slartha E. Yanos. 22, 18 OOitoi! : St. Louis : Pittsburgh .. jXew York ; Philadelphia ; Brook IJTI . : Cincinnati .. Chicago 34 32 34 2P 29 31 Pet. .555 .547 .540 .503 .507 .443 .439 .431 American Leasue Results Yesterday Xew York. 10; Boston. 7 Detroit, 9: Cleveland, 5 Philadelphia, 3: Washington, St. Louis. 8: Chicago. 5 Games Today '"Washington at Xew York 'Philadelphia at Boston ·Cleveland at St. Louis 'Detroit at Chicago West Church r ' Ni S hi games. ! Given Right To Set ! L'p Own Government Frankfurt. Germany. July 1 i.-f--- V/estcrn Germany was given tho richt to set up its own government today, but some Germans complained .they would not enjoy enough independence. The United Slates. Britain, and France also offered Western Germany's 45.000.000 residents an occupation statute to lake the place of a pence treaty. The statute gives the Germans fi:!' powers of government except in foreign affairs and ; a few other matters, and probably would become effective early next year. Gerrnar. leaders did not accept the offer nt Some of thorn ?air: they fcsred the pronosec fod- , em! government would incrcas-f i the dancer of a permanent division : of Germany. : Tiio German? o.sked time to talk the plan ovrr at a meeiiny: of state : presidents at Coblen: July ?. Observers expressed litt'o doubt , but what the Germans would accept th-^ ' occursation statute." : The plan wa? agreed upon :r. London recently in a mectins of i the IT. S.. Britain. Fr?nce. Belgium. thoXeiherlands and Luxembourg. FIREMEN \VIX CLOSE ONE Pounding out all their runs in the opening frame. Independent Firemen went on to take a narrow j 3-2 decision over Potomac Edison j Co.. Thursday evening in Municipal Softball League play, at Baker Park bathhouse diamond. The Independents capitalized on three hits, a pair of walks and an error to get the winning runs early. The Powerrnen earned their two runs in a fifth inning rally which put them ahead on total hits made but not payoffs. The score: R. H. P. E. Co 2 6 Independents 3 S ?.Ioore and Cook: K. May Heller. and CHII-DREX'S DAY SERVICE Children's Day service will be held at ?Iount Vemon Evangelical j United Brethren church on Sunday at 1:30 o'clock i'EST. .VS6. SOKX XAO SHOOVO HAVSE OKAV . TWICE WPTV f OR "Wt VVfe. *- No Doctor For Te4 A LA=£= fAC:l= AsJ .' 3C?n=eoc-r KAIEW TLE BU1HR. csirrr CALL T^£ S^.«?!F Looks Gruesome ( STICK AROUND. Rusy; IF "sou WANTT TO \ S£E WHAT MY IDEA O? A JOKE IS YOUR. MOTMSR. Tp_LYOU NOT TO wrm YCUS. MOUTH NUTTY COOK. WHAT GiVES 0 XMITH TM£ ROPE? THIS YOUR. A JOKE, ALL I CAM SAY !5 -- THAT. COO? YOU'RE" . MUMBLING ' COPR. -.9*8 «t «£A SSRV1C »C. T. K. REG. U. S. P*T. OFF. Will He Put? £JeanwnI!e, awaiting hsrc^poftunrty, Paufa 6a!!sntres sifoped out of the Swfss Chalet. VA!T H£2E A AtO-MENf, I'LL BE E!£H7 BACK. i i DONT: I'M ENOUGH TO COVER AWSTOFAftWN'SSINS [ PRISCILLA'S POP The Keedlt Radio Program MBS ABC NBC CBS 6:iXH-- Xc WOR W .MAC WKAL 1VFMD Evening 710 kc (30 Kc 10PO kc 930 kc f^t. U- M i n . -- r.'oc vvry T-.T" -- cis ?:il Hour -- ah-ca :;-,-. s : ,- For T errv \V.-.yr,* S X ····»·« Rr--.T-K-r. Street, both of this city. · Frederick E. Johnson. 37. colored. ^Reading. Pa,, and Gertrude M. Washington. 36. colored, widow. Eldorada. Ark. Property Deeded Virgie E. Wachter to Marvin J. Chandler and wife, city. S10. 'r. Lindsey P. Myers and \vifesto ^Charles S. Rine and wife, county. "S10. 'Francis J. Newman and wife to Parsons city. So. George E. GJessner and wife to Uarl V/ilbur Bartgis and wife, citv, flO. Samuel C. Eaton and" wife to ·Henry Eaton and wife, county. SIO. - JanieTummiU and husband to Elizabeth Eckhardt May, et al, county, $10. NE W SFAFERfl R C H I V E ®-- Standings Of The Teams Cleveland Philadelphia New York Boston Detroit Washington . St. Louis Chicago W. 39 .. 41 39 32 30 30 25 19 L. 24 27 26 30 34 35 38 41 GOODBYE, SWEETHEART Baltimore. July i ,.Ti -! Laura V. Jackson, mother of Pet. .619 .603 .600 .516 .459 .462 .397 .317 Mrs. four. today asked police to find her husband and turned over to them this note: "I am tired of you and the children. I am going away and stay away. "Your loving husband. "Arthur Jackson-* GX'ARD GETS JETS j Washington. July 1 ...?:--The firs: 42 of 107 iet fighters assigned to the Air National Guard are bs- ip.S delivered to units in five states. The air force said the hieh speed : F-SOC fighters are being" turned ' over to guard units in California. Florida, Maine. Georgia and Nebraska, j The "C" series of the F-SOs are j in the 600-mile-an-hour class, · about 50 miles an hour faster than i the earlier "B" models. They are j armed with six .50 caliber guns ! in the nose and can carry two j ],000 pound bombs on ?haekles un- : der the wings,. I The average American used nearly 250 pounds of paper in 1945. i *? 1 : M u s i Nation.? .~r C'.::-- rbc-b.tsic r.i-ht-- -be Mr ,-.-.d Jar.fl A.-r-- c'.-? 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