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\ T««4my. «. lf4I Hustlers Win Thriller, 9-9 Frederick Hustlers eked out » ' «4I tfcriller from William P. Larkin ; Pout American Legion colored nine.! «t McCurdy Field. Sunday. It was · the fiMt of a series of games tee; tweea the two strongest local semi- ' pro elubs- The colored Legionnaires started off with a Fourth of July ·bang" exploding for five runs in the open- up the count at five-alL The Larkra Post scooped up another pair of runs in the third and a single in the seventh to take an S-5 lead going :r.to the eighth Then the Hustlers se: off :h*ir · own -fireworks." Paced by the bat; of Doty Remsberg. who hit .500 on four tries and had five RBl's-. the · ·white semi-pros ?T3g« t c a four run rally. Rerrtsberg's double v.ith the bases loaded, t:ed the score and he . plated the winning tally on a j beautifully executed delayed steal. Friday night, the Hustlers \viSl ] entertain Ft. Belvoir here, in she · third of the current series of games between the Maryland acd Virginia ' clubs. The score: Hustlers AB R. H. O A E Hummer, cf 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 · Radio Program KM won m kc Eight Double Bills Played K»C- CBS WBAI. WTMC TS Report. " Mln --nbc v«w«es«t Kv«ry Ua?--eba X«-:wonc S.!*«t Hour--abc-«a*t Kidiie» Kovr (repeat)--at-c-w«« «j--Sports: Mu«c Tira*--r.bc Voa and PO!UK-J»--cs;» j«ic Yxm*--cts-«a*; i.-_!a aad A\n«-r repeat--cls- i:*S--Xenrc.-a.st b» Three--ohc News a~d CoK.r^«ita-y--abc Fu'.toa t-«w:s. Jr.--nibs 7:13--Xevn anij Co-r.sier.:--nbc Xeia: iJlsncr Dsi*--r:.b» ·The Ro":rt Trio--cN: Th« CK*-I Hornet--.tb« Remsberg. c . . Price. U . Angleberger, 2b Thomas. Ib Myers, ss Gilbert. 3b Marendi. rf . ... Frye, p Kildebrand, c . Rice, p . 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 1 0 ' 0 0 0 t.-OO--Dinah e hor* Show--she Youth A'-..s_O-'VTTii*r.' -- ate 8:15-- \\'tt'~'.T N«" T;3!*--abc *:JO--Carmr.t Cav»:i«-o Show--ebe ilr. »-.! Mr«. Nort'i--.t» r.cte Corstr.«nt--mb f:00--Tfci'i M»n Dranrja--nixr \V* sh* Pffpi*-. i;je*t--b Ca-brse! H*Jii;fr. Comment-- «:55--News Broadcast.--nrt» th« f"o!:r«--ibe l-o-i* Wolf Drama--mis 10.00--Meet CorM'B Arch»r--:sb» Studio On' Drama--cb» Public Defender--robs 10:20--Ti* nomberif Concert--cl/c It's Yo::r ISi:c:ne»--*U: Dance Orchestra--ir.b» 10:*S--Ijjbor t'.P A.--»ic J!:00--New*. X'sriety. t lir».--cba News and Dance Band--abc News. Dance Band 2 Kris.--rab» 11:15--N«nr» Variety to 1--nbc 1?:00--Dancing Continued--abc-»e»t Totals . L»rkin Post Ambush. If . . 33 9 5 27 13 AB R. H. O. A. 5 1 2 3 Paterson. c f 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 WIN'S TENNIS TITLE London. July 5 · .- N«w York. July 3 UP,--The maj- "** *" I or l e a g u e s celebrated Indepen-' 1 decce Day today by pUyijjg eight j doubleheaders but the r e s u l t s . i failed to materially alter the stan- ^ ' diogs in the two pennant races, i Home runs played a prominent · part in the day's activities. A total I of 28 homers were hit with Pitts- « burgh's Ralph Kiner and Boston's · i Bobby Doerr hitting three apiece. ; Kiner socked his trio in one game. The Cleveland Indians remained t '· a. game ahead of the Philadelphia ' Athletics m the American League's flag chase by dividing a doubleheader \vjth the Detroit Tigers while the A's split a pair with the Senators in Washington. Bob Lemon, winning his 12ih game of the year, blanked the Detroit Tigers without a hit last Wednesday night, pitched the In- oians to a 6-3 victory over the . Tigers iu the first game. The Tigers took the second game. 7-5. scoring four runs in the eighth inning on round-trip' pers by Eddie Lake and Pat Mul- · lin. Mullin's belt was a ^iree-run s poke oil relief Bob Felier. At Washington, the Athletics. . after dropping a 3-1 decision, banged out 14 hits to beat the Senators. 12-5 in the nightcap Ray Coleman led the A's attack by driving in four runs on two triples. Carden Gillen-.vater's two run circuit I drive in the fourth inning enabled ·' the Senators to take the opener. The Boston Red Sox took both j ends of a twin bill from the New \ York Yankees at Boston. 6 5. and 8-7. The Sox piled up a 6-0 lead in the first game with the Yanks scoring all of their runs in the last two innings. ' Chicago's last place White Sox knocked off the seventh place St. -- Louise Louis Browns twice. 3-2 and 5-4 Campanclla: Leonard *nd Semi- nick. Second game: R. H. E. Brooklyn 10 14 2 Philadelphia . 1 5 / 3 Barney and Campanula; Heusser and Lakeman. First tame: R. H. E. Boston 5 12 0 New York 6 II 0 Sain and SalkeW; Hartunz: Kennedy. Konjkowski. Hausen. Trickle. Post and Cooper. Second game: R H. E. Boston 4 9 0 New York 1 6 0 Voiselle and Masi: Koslo. Trink!e, Kan«e;i and L:vingson | lar: Kmner, Gatehouse and Tebbetts. Second game: R. H. E. i New York 7 10 0 , Boston . ... 8 7 0 ! Shea. Embree. Gumpert, Page . and Lollar. Berr*; Harris. Galc- , house acd Batts. First game: R. H. E. Philadelphia 1 9 2 , Waihington 3 9 0 ' J. Coleman and Rosar; Heafner. Thompson and Early. Second game: H. H. E. Philadelphia 12 14 0 Washington 5 9 2 Marchildoa, Savage and Franks; Scarborough. Welteroth. Harrist, Canimi. Thompson and Evans. I the ganv was close all tiie way wltn rufci. nits and errors almost exactly apportioned between the two clubr. The score: R. H. E. Thurmont 16 19 2 Mt, Airy t !5 18 -2 | Sweeney, Sorrell and Ecker, ! Milan: Lare. A, Norris and Murphy, Gosnell. H*»? Club Wins On their home lot. Pickett's Corner outhit visiting Florence's county neigh'oors and captured an 8-3 decision before a good crowd of holiday spectators. The game was one of the best played this j season by th* two clubs, with only I one misrue apiece afield. ! The score: ! Florence . . ,, IPickett'a . i Mayne and Poole; ! u I v R. H. . 3 6 8 11 Haugh and D. of the sity. faculty of Cornell First game: R. H. E. Cincinnati ..... 3 6 0 Pittsburgh . 10 ! 6 0 Fox, Cress. Hughes a:xj Lamanno. Lonibardi and Klu'.ti Second game: R H E. i Cincinnati 6 8 1 Heart Of Md. Games Played RADIO WAVES FROM THE SUN i ' Dr. Martha E. Stahr, daughter of f Dr. and Mrs. Henry L Stahr. of ( ! Sotuate. Mass.. formerly of this . ! city, will speak over radio station ' WGY, Schenectady, N. Y.. on Wed- ; ; nesday. July 7 at 7.30 o'clock p. m. ; Her subject will be "Radio Waves from the Sun." She is * member · Pitwburgn \\esnse2er. 4 6 Cumber:. Fox aiwl Heart of IAarylaad Baseball · L reported only three games 6 r , t_ . . am ' ' , . e ,, . _ played Sunday, as * R,,r xtun game. R. H. E Chicago 3 9 1 St. LOULS 6 10 0 SchmitX. Dobernic and ScheSlng; Dickson. Wi'ks. Staley and Rsce. Second game: R. H. - E Chicago i 6 0 St. Louis 5 !0 0 Hamner. Ch:pman. Chambers and Walker. Hearn, Ssalev and Baker. downed Myersville. 7-1 for the second time this season, to take over first place. Pickett's Corner beat Florence 8-3, in Carroll ^'American Ltajcue I First same- R H : St. Louis 2 8 Chicago 3 1Q i Sanford. Biscan and Moss; ' pi.h. Grove and Robinson. Pa- In a wild game at Thurnaont, Thurniont edged a 16-15 sluglest with the home club. The victory was costly for Broad Run. as Tommy Fawley. third baseman suffered a broken leg. when a Myersville runner plowed into him guarding the hot corner. The score: R. H. X. Myersville 1 .7 2 Bread Run 7 10 1 C. Shank. Shaffer and Gaver: Eoycr and Huffer. Second game: ' St. Louis _ Chicago Fannin. \\":imar . Moulder. Gillespie. Tresh. Robinson. Tuht H E The game at Thurmoat was fast !2 5 and furious. Both teams lowered 15 1 j barrages of hits and a torrent of runs. Despite the heavy hitting. 5 a:sd Parsee: Grove and E. Lee. Ib Cooper, c 5 Faremon. rf 3 Keys, ss - 3 4 0 0 6 1 1 2 2 5 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 3 3 3 2 Frederich. 2b . 5 1 3 3 2 0 J. Lee. 3b . ... 4 Henderson, p 4 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 Smith, rf ·Whiston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 8 13 24 10 3 'Batted for Lee in 9th. Score By Innings Hustlers . . 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0--9 Larkin Post 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0--8 Summary: Left on bases--Hustlers, 4r Larkins, Post. 7. Two-base hits--Remsberg. Frederich. Three- base hits--Paterson. Stolen ba-cs-- Keys, Ambush. Hummer. Lee. Base on balls--off Henderson. 5: Frye. ·4. Double plays--Angleberger to Myers to Thomas. Struck out--by Henderson. 5: Frye. 3: Rice. 3. Wild pitches--Frye. Losing pitcher-Henderson. Winning pitcher--Rice. Kits--off Frye. 11 in 7 innings; Rice. 2 in 2 innings. Umpires-"Warrenfeltz and Strine. Scorer-Boylin. Time--2.07. : Brough of Beverly Hills. Calif., the with the second game going 13 in- · reigning American champion, won nings. Floyd Baker .-ingled home the Wimbledon women'* singles j Taft Wright with what proved to ' ;ennis title today by defeating Doris ! be the deciding run in the fourth Hart of Miami. Fla . in straight inning cf the first game. Cass Mi. ye!s g_3 g.g j chad broke up the second tilt Miss Brough succeeds Mrs. Mar- with a two-out bases loaded single -aret Osborne Dupont of Wilming- in the fourth overtime session. . ton. Del., who was dethroned by j In the National League, the St. i Miss Hart in the semi-finals. i I Miss Brough's triumph, follow- Pittsburgh s ng Bob Falkcnburg's- victory over i Australian Jack Bromwich in yes! terday's men's singles, gives Amcr- l ica a clean sweep of the two most I important Wimbledon honors. HARMONY WINS Pirates into s e c o n d place a half game behind the front-running Boston Braves. At New York, the Braves beat the Giants behind Bill Voiselle. 4-1 after the Giants had won the first game. 6-5 in 13 innings. A threc- ! run seventh inning rally. high- J Fin»t game: R. H. E. j Detroit 3 9 0 i Cleveland 6 ti ! i Houtteman. Overmire, White and Swift: Wagner. Lemon and Megan i . Second game: R. H. E j j Detroit 7 12 0 ! Cleveland 5 6 1 , j Hutcheon and Riebe. Swift: · ! Zoldak. Feller. Cromek. Klieman · and Tipton. Kegan. | i First game: R. H. E. ' , N'ew York . 5 - 1 0 i Boston . 6 10 Oj ; Raschi. Embree. Drews and Lol-' Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY i Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern, Phone 1614-J Dump Trucks for Hire HI-TEST SAFETY GLASS Sold and Installed WINDOW GLASS Sold and Installed GLAZING BY CONTRACT PLATE GLASS--POLISHED PLATE MIRRORS, GLASS TILE, for bath, kitchen or club-room THERMO-PANE t Glass Mirror Sales Service Rear 346 Park Ave. Phone 2393 Harmony's rndependent baseball j lighted by Mike McCormick's dou- j | games with adult nines, for Sun- flavors new r crispy; too days and holidays. 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