The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 2, 1948 · Page 11
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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Walkersville And Brunswick Winners Here Walkersville was virtually hand- tf a. 10-1 decision over Lovettsville -* night after Bnjnswick eked Placing Ten-Ton Girder In Gambrill Gym ut an S-4 victory against Doubs. in Tri-County Baseball League's midweek, arc-lighted doubleheader at McCurdy Field, here. } The defeat at the hand* of the! GUdemen knocked the Virginians! out of a tie for second place in loop *standings and Walkersville pulled | ahead of Doubs into sole possession . of fifth position. ' Brunswick von its game in the, .sixth, a pair of tallies breaking i %6-all tie. Bowers walked. Cooper | beat out a bunt for a hit. Garrett; sacrificed both runners forward. j The bases were filled as Kelly j was nit by a pitched ball. When , Casey attempted to pick Kelly o f f ; first" base. Bowers scored. Deener J was hit by a pitched ball, again filling the sacks. DLxon hit a long fly to leftfield. " Cooper scoring after the catch. ; T h e Walkersville-Lovettsville '· icas was an interesting affair' the Virginians lifted Fry and substituted Ambrose. The replacement was as wild as an Irish rose and walked seven straight men to turn the game into a rout. The score: R- H. E. Walkersville 10 6 2 Lovettsville 1 4 1 Enj brose . h Red Sox Lose To Yankees Detroit » 13 3 Zoldak. Christopher, Muncrief, Gromck and Hegmn; Hutchlnjon, N'cwbouser and Swift. Wagner. A'« Cro\d Leaders ,. , , · , ,,, fu · Philadelphia. July 1 New York. July 1 i*»-The phu^dphj, Athletics Boston Red Sox belted three horn- j the R , nth , or a{1 of their runs Tfce News. Frederick, Md.. Friday. July 2. IMf KLKVIM In ers today but a mental lap.se by Johnny Pesky and errors by Dom DiMaggio and Birdie Tebbetts ' enabled the New York Yankees to , take a 10-7 decision from the Sox i With three runs in. a man en second and two out in the first in- 1 ning. Gus Niarhos smashed a grounder to Pesky. Pesky stepped [ on third thinking he had a force' out and by the time he realized his mistake, Niarhos \\as j-afe at , first. George Stirnweiss then w alk- ed and Pitcher Frank Hiiler fol- ' lowed with a base-clearing douole ! HSller scored the seventh run of the inning later when Phsl R!zzu:o singled. Red Sox slugger Ted Williams* con»c:utive game hitting streak was halted at 16 games when he failed to h:t m three official tries The icore. R. H. E * Boston 7 9 " New York 10 1! 1 Harris. Ga'ehouse. E Johnson and Tebbetts. H:"ler. Page and Niarhos. they defeated the Washington Senators 3-2 tonight with Ferris Fain's triple driving in two runs and Elmer Valo's single th« win- n.ng ta!!y. The victory moved the A's within one half game of the league leading Cleveland Indians. The score: R. H. E Washington 2 6 1 Ph-.'ade'.phia 3 9 0 ScarborouKh. Weltero'.h. Haefner and Early. J. Cotemaut Harris. Savage and Rosar. A ten-ton steel girder is raised | brought here by tractor-trailer j i\ ill j Timers Subdue Tribe ' Detroit. July 1 --Ha; Newhouser sot the Detroit Tigers back onto the victory trail today as he " made a relief appearance to trim , the Cleveland Indians 9 to 5 in a free hitting game. j For the Tigers, it was their s«?c- under the £ymaasium floor ond w m ln thc , r ; ast n Bame s with Broun-. Bctt Ch'tox St. Louu. July 1 .4i--The St Lotus Browns ral|--ed for three ju:xs jn :he eighth inning tonight :o grab an 8 to 5 decision from :he Chicago White Sox mr»d uke the M-nes. two n»:nes to one Wh:te PJatt drove in four runs for she Browns The score: Chicaao St Louss Judi^n. Pearson. Robinson. Weigel; B:sca:i and Moss. Photo by Frank Ke*ler Engle ?nd Murphy; Frye. Am- ; nto p i ace at tne sile of Gambrill | from Baltimore and is believed to ! 3nd °" lhe east slde o£ the swim " Newhouser being credited with ose and Fleming. | gymnasium on the Kood College j be one of the heaviest ever placed i TMg tn £ !piclure Chnt , s employes j xSrs ^'o^ltop Cleveland^ from subs AB. R. H. O. A. E.; grounds. Arrival of the girder last j here. : Wlth C rans and boom, are lower- j making a clean sweep of the three Doubs £,. Carey, cf- . .Titus. If. 3 Specht, 2b 4 Roberson. 2b. . .. 0 H. Carey, c * Poole. p 2 Ko'.b. 3b -- 4 Willsrd, rf 3 Woods, rf 1 Tt Cook. Ib 3 A. Cook, ss 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 week and its subsequent placement 0 i tor Lloyd C. Culler to speed up '.he I pool to be built in the basement. It 2 * j work on the big project. The gir- | was placed on two large iieel posts 0 1 dec had been originally expected! and it will connect with cross bteel A . , - ^ . _ . i - . . -_+.._ f t _ - _ i* nr". _ _,:_.» The only girder of its kind in the j ing the huge girder into place. The . game series, as the Indians had . h» ..... :» ,...:-- ,,,, "; taken the first two. Four Indian pitchers saw serv- order to gain sufficient height for ice. with reliefer Sam Zoldak be- 0 j by Earl Cline, Fredericsk contrac- new building, the big steel section · lifting apparatus is sitting on a · -'tor, will enable General Contrac- runs the length of the swimming | number of so-called "lunways" i n ' 0 · to arrive some time ago. 1 It was)joists from each wall The girder!the left, up to the first floor. the Job. Within 3bout ten days, i t : ing charged with the loss, is hoped to have the wall, seen in · The score: Cleveland R. 5 H. 11 E. 0 o j Dr. Pepper Patches o 2 °!Team, Wins Anvhotv - i I Junior Firemen Win From Elks, 16 To 1 Louiloun All-Stars To Meet Hustlers Tonight Totals -Brunswick *Deener. ss. . . Dbcon. 3b Anders, 2b Grams, c.-rf. -Dawson, cf. Bowers, Ib ." Cooper. If. Harsh, rf. Garrett. c. Kelly, p Totals ..31 6 8 18 8 51 Shorthanded Dr. Pepper borrov.-- AB. R. H. O. A. E '; ed a couple of spectators end still Junior Firemen turned on the ! One down in their scheduled · heat Thursday night, pushing t o ' best three of five games series.' 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 4 5 5 3 0 1 1 1! short an outfielder defeated Amer- within a half-game of Civic Soft- · the Lotidoun County All-Sinrs come 0 1 ican Legion, 4-3 in extra innings' ball League leaders, by swamping \ back from Virginia to tangle again 01 of City Softball 1"! Thursdav night. Leagne play, the Elks, 16-1 at Staley Park. with the Frederick Hustlers, to- One of the spectator-substitutes . . 25 8 « 21 « 3 ^ Score By Innings *Doubs 0 1 2 3 0 0 0--6 Brunswick 0 3 0 0 3 2 x--8 Summary* Left on bases-- Bruns- wicte *: Doubs. 7. Two-base--j Dixon. H. Carey. Sacrifice hits--i Garrett Stolen bases -- Anders, Bowers. C. Carey. 2: Titus. Base on balls--Off Kelly. 3: Poole. 2 Struck out--By Kelly. 3: Poole, 5. Passed balls--H. Carey. Hit by pitcher -- Kelly and Deener by Poole. Losing pitcher -- Poole. ^Winning pitcher--Kelly. Umpires --Warrenfeltz and Tyerly. Scorer] --H. Rboderick. 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ _ _ 0 1 1 four'trips"to bat. He"also robbed ' The Elks scored their lone run who went five good innings here '-* *«-- i-- _:_..* :_ ...- i--. j as j t,me. Gaylor will be on hand relief. This evening the Firemen meet night, under McCurdy Field lights. _ _ third place Civkans in a post- The game is slated to begin at 8;30 proved "a most"VaiuablV selection, ponement playoff which can re-, p. m. cDST. --1^ =_ _ *:_ f-- *i ...stv. »r--.w i ^-jj e Virginians, _ ______ _______ for MaloneyT former Bottler out-, sult in a tie for th « m with North " according fielder hit a double, two singles Civic Club Association for the Manager R_ C. Houchin. expect to j and got on bv a fielder's choice in :first-half championship of the loop, .start their pitching star Jewell.! four trips to'bat. He also robbed ' The Elks scored their lone run wh " J '--= *--Legionnaire Bruce Slagle of a long 1 of the game last night in the hot- lasl hit by shifting out of regular posi- ' to 111 of the '""st stanza. After that for «:TM »« t-.^i^t ^ fi,. ;,, tK» t«-«-rv^n ithe Juniors sounded a general' C tion to field a fly in the two-man Dr. Pepper outfield. Hitting hard and often the eight! man Bottler team overcame a 2-0 Juniors sounded a general ' Capt Paul Hildcbrand will prob- of their" own. smothering the ably start either Rice or DeLauter incipient blaze of the Elks by n o t ' for the Hustlers. Tressell, newly permitting another Fraternalists' acquired backstop will be ready for run for the remainder of the one- , action should Hildebrand prefer to sided contest. i assume a relief role. Hitting to all parts of the lot i Austin F. Angleberger announced scoring in the bottom of the regulation final frame. Civic Softball League Results Testerday Juniors. 16: Elks, 1. Game Today Juniors vs. Civitans The Legion knotted the count b y l ^ ^ the - r slQw ^^ thg Juniors _ yesterday that the Hustlers have multiple runs in every inn- ' signed "Murray, from Damascus. ,, except the fifth while Grurn- ! a promising infielder. The local Both clubs went scoreless in the, bine kept a meas i y five-hit allow- semi-pros also decided to retain eighth. Beginning the ninth, Staley i ance to ihe Herd, well scattered, i Ken Fry pitcher, after his showing singled for the Bottlers. Ramsburg i The scorc: R H E last W eek-end. sacrificed him to second and Hoss- . j un iors 16 17 1 · ler who covered first base on the, Elks 1 5 4 i jputout. made a wild throw trying j Grumfaine and Garrett: Hart-' Municipal LeUgUC ; to hold Staley at the midway. The sougn antf Bruchey. McCauley. | runner made third. Anders bunted j ' ' ! on a hit and run play. Staley plat- j j ing the winning run before the play . ' could be made at home. · Results Last Night TRUSSES BRACES CRUTCHES SUNDRIES PRESCRIPTION SERVICE MooiRN PHARMACY (nectnen re MAARC'S onus STOW) ORUC PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PMOHE 208 · 18 So WARKET ST. Tri-County League Standings Of The Teams W. L. NECA Juniors Civitans .... Elks Lions Optimists . 8 7 5 4 3 1 2 2 4 5 j The score: R. H. E. ;Dr. Pepper 4 13 2 '· Amer. Legion 3 5 2 j Anders and Holland, Davis and Shaw. Walkersville. 10. Lovettsville. Brunswick, 8: Doufas, 6 ! Results Yesterday i Independents. 3; P. E. Co. 2 I Game T«day i Ideal at C and P. ; Standings Of The Teams Pet. .300 .777 .555 i PLAYING BEALLSVTLLE .444 .300 .111 Standing: Of The Teams V/. L. i Damascus j Middletown ! Lovettsville Seeking to restart their w. inning i Brunswick baseball streak. Hopeland will play i VTalkersville FBI CHIEF Baltimore. July host to Beallsville. Saturday after j noon. 2:30 p. m. 'DST), at Buc- Creagerstown j keystown. After four straight. Buckeystown .; wins. Hopeland's colored club i 10 . 7 . 7 .. 5 . 5 . 4 1 1 1 3 4 4 5 6 8 9 W. 'C and P 7 |P. E. Co 6 Pet.; tTniteds 6 .909, Ideal Dairy 6 .700 Independents .... 3 .636! .556' .500' .400' .111 .100 ?.Iedics L 3 4 3 3 6 9 Pet; .700 .600' .667 .667, .333' .000' City. Softball League Results Ycsterday Dr. Pepper, 4; Amer. Legion, 3 McFarlin took over as special ag- \ bowed last week, 9-5 to Vienna. | CLOSE DECISION ent in charge of the Baltimore Of- j Va.: in a game which featured · Pleasant "Walk won a close soft- fice of the Federal Bureau of In- j winning pitcher Joe Davis, fanning Da H decision Sunday, over Smoke- vestigatioa today. ! ten and scattering only seven hits. ! town, 9-8 at Myersville McFarlin. who came here from I The score: R. H. E · The score: R H. E Louisville, exchanged places with ] Hopeland . 5 7 3 ' Smoketown 8 7 Fred Hallford. who was moved ! Vienna .. . . 9 14 1 Pleasant Walk 9 11 6 from, Baltimore to head the', D. Weedon. E. Brown and B. , Ridenour and Flook. Branden- Louisville office. E. [Brown: Davis and L. EHe. ' burg and Lewis. Game Today Anier. Legion vs V. F. W. Standing Of The Teams ' Starting Second-Half) W. L. 3 Dr. Pepper 1 0 V. F. \V 0 0 Coca Cola 0 0 ! Amer. 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