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December 21, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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T so. DAILY HEWS. FREDERICK, MD.. WOHDAT. DBOKitBKR », 1931. DQWKS i BRUNSWICK GIRLS DOWN MARTINSBCKG ] Countians Win On Foreign i Floor By 33 To 15. Leaves Big Time FREDERICK DEFEATS I FUNKSTOWN, 8 TO 0 r.u^i^r?. W. \'a., Lecais Capture Fina! Football Game Of Season. FIRST TALLY LN 3 MINUTES Z r.--=irei :r.i a: M " ' Dec 20--Tbe ·*· *·' t' v*««kf \" i*** n.5 TM".irR «i-s»i 2 1 - .-'V 1 .'. j,-T--s s/asjtci'TM ,,.. -.-ia: »as nt: »-·*·»!--': .~:*-r.z to the Br,iss»iri Mc t high ;-.~oc; g.'-s by a 33-Z5 iCcre. Reason -n esc;ugh tot rs .-.1= r.;: cn hav- Poar- «hc braved s c= '.he Br-r-j". :e£ -' 3:-? A :u:r - atsrls -"-·" " --"-"^-·- : " ^"^ Harpers V-v. rr;2ie a j-rr.c iiar-d. bu: licked " pra:::ce. p -h* , "tu: s short f-r.d the mat e2Tec:i-.e th» frequent su'cst:tuti-xis reacting to B.-ur-sw-rk's ber-.eSt The Maryland clivers wr.-e ooarrtfi by Miss Anna S;:ll:nan. ol ths e.:y. a member o! the £-.·-· a:' lEiwr or Mart-nssurj's chaai- ·?.;nih;p tes= :'. list 5 ear has gradu- r.:ci sr.d the material frets »h:ts the ·.'-t:m * :. be built this year is all rsew The Orar.?? ar.d B.-iCi ir.Uiei played .-.arc! b :t rc, not tv.- ream? their op- "·.n=nts' lead. The eu Brnnswiefc. O. Ever-art, f 4 £__.£.« * _ ^^ g sr.h. r ' Washington Countians Com, pletely Outplayed At Home. i Th« Frederick soccer team" of ' McFadden League continued its dizzy pad Sunday attemocn by defeating F'^r-tstoTi-n by a score of 8-0 in a game piay«; in Fuaistown. The Washington cr.i£tiaas »re completely outplayed. th» '·xii: beir.g ta FrwJerici: territory but 10 the entire game The victory *3j the fourth in a ro^s- for the JocaJs and ke«ps them :ii Orst place. Fredenci scored 10 minutes after the -Mart -*-hen Hauver converted a comer kick frora Youniers for a long goal. E-ghteen njsnutes later Frederick scored again ·shea Plush fcicfced the balS :nto the hands of King. *ho *as pash- Johs P. Chirk Meehan. above, the ed through the goal by WlUard Rudy. brother pl«yln» oa the Booostoro team. |Q|TV HUGH. The score: *um-*m*u m. *. ·** Frederick (S) Fonkstown («) Shipley cy ..,,,,..«..«....... yrt^g ShaSer _ RB ---- Feigley GladhHl - -I"B---_- Ro*e Summers -RH. R. Smith Ze^ler CH._ Shearer E Smith -LH. : YounJcers ~ ~ OL. GoesaM the Haurer .. _ p^ji _ _.CF. - Keene Har-sen IR - - Brandenburg W. Rudy OR Lois-man Score By Perils Frederick -3 5--8 Funkstoxn " °--° Substitutions: Hahn fcr Smith, D. Rwly for Zelgler, Thompson for Gossa; M~lzer for Shearer. FleSd goals--Haurer, 2. King. W. Rudy, Plush. 2; D. Rudy, 2 Referee--Peatoney. IP. Totals Martinxburg. Finding » Bre-AT.. '.. t?i£ b-li*y - - st ~3 * -- ·* ,-*-3-5. f^~~t.--·· i\p*,j^r, c, _ . -r-.,. _ . - t^-;-,*..^./^ \ r jL*""i* 1 s*ar. «"" ~ Dicx £----"--· ·-- .*- i - -- - - * 1 *-*--*- ·-**»«· Pcrrcit, sc. .-. ^T " 4 . ,^. ^* -~. " r -"'"d rur.rxmp 7»-'""-i ~' ~ reed cff" frcrs 10 to 33 ;.ards arcur.l the er.c^- n-.c in bick punts. shsSfct-j his Viy i'.-.rrv-h"thc ni:,r:ad cl JJ^T|";_ " **~ « jvJ ^^^^.^ » ; - * " . » T?T»* _T*^ 1 "* r ^'"IJ ' "" * · p:ay£:Vhi"flrVt"?i=-.c a: McCurdy Field " " S "" 1 " Ke cicksd c:T icvorjl n.ce ga'.ns around nsia er.c, c=e f." 40 y^rd=. c.-r.d cr. pain through the ' and i: was thro-:;h the air that the Railrrscers c-u tl.c.r br^t work T'"cy ~zd but two real scc-r^-.g oppor- . tunfties and last them both through their c-s^n rault. Tr.c visitors presented a much better psssir.; at^ck than Frederick and their acrSVj had the F! A. C. -a-crr:ed. T^-e Railrxicers Srsl and be^* scorins rh^-rtc?^c i" the las: three minutes c: the first per-.rd whan Bredsha-s-. sta::cir.s or.'s 2C- T ^_-j !.,,,, 'iir."" a bc-auuftil ps^-s '° CtoMcr.* r.h^ cropped the bill as he crossed the coal Hn?. The scccr.d cirr.^ in the fourth Iratr.e -A hen H 3 -^ir_« hurled a pass £:ont Frederick's 13-yard hnc irsto the end 3»-e, bcycnd '.'r.c o'it- or*-" v :fd arms of a potcnt^il rcceUcr "Frederick Scores In Three Minutes Btuss'srtck ki:ked to the locals and ·-ev lost little time scoring, getting a .^..^_ .. t -.. -^:~i liter. Eutirr rP^-cd th" iick-02 and r^n !t back ".-i"i;3 o^-r. 35-vord line. Alexander pasted on "the tirst do^n. BrunswicS; takiric the ball en its o's-n 2C-y.ird .:nc T-V,-,,, ,,,,,. -,-« TS {alied arid Kawkias S' £ Evans. EC --. Tabler. sc Starliper. sc.. g. Mcrk. g C:ari. g C-endei-r-ins. g. . S Totals Hc!crce--Snyder. 3 G. ... 4 t ... 0 ... 0 ... 0 ... 0 .... 0 ... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 .... 0 IP. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 F. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 F. 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 raan -Rho made New York University i -big time" football inititu'.lo!!. hai decided to '. the Violets get aSor.g ·«thout him hereaitcr. He nas resigned as head football coach. In his own -.'crds. Chlcfc declared hi» had made -no coaching plans for 1932," but you can *ust mark it down In your boc'i , t-"-at he'll be turning out another '"big N'tar the end of the first half the locals scored again ivhen Piush booted a soa! on a pass from W. Rudy. Dave Rudy started the second half o!f auspiciously by pounding a goal past King. Hauver. D. Rudy. Plush and W. Rudy followed with goals in order. The gaine ·'·as featured by the stellar playing of · '-he Frederick line. *hich clicked to Tips Pts 13 i months !3i tune" elgven for fro! some college from now. 0 0 0 ° o 0 33 Pis. Do You Remember One Year Aso Today--Toay nero. New York professional golfer. 10 '· perfection. Feigley did excellent work in , the backfield for Funkstown. I The biggest game of the season will ! b? played at Cadet Field Sunday when ! Frederick meets Brunswick at 2.30 ! o'clock in a game that will go a Song I v;ay toward determining the second hall | championship. It was understood from ·Hagerstown Sunday night that the ' I game protested by Brunswick at Booas- Ma- ' boro. will be played over at Boonsboro on Christmas day at 2.30 o'clock. out in the final round with a ! Tne protest was allowed Brunswick on 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 r. :o wm f.rst money hi the $4.000 Pasadena Open golf tournament. Martero's card read 73-71-74-69 for a 72 hole total of 287 strokes. Mortie Duta scored 289 for second money. i Five Tears Ago Today--Names ot i-.TO of baseball's greatest figures. Ty ' Cobb and Tris Speaker, were linked suth Dutch Leonard and Joe Wood in the rnire of scandal as Judge K. M. ; Londis ordered on expose o' a con- : .-.piracy to bet on an ailcfied "Used" \ he grounds that the referee had a Harold Koppe. Western turkaiy fullback. w.H be 'used in the ; text season fay Dick Harlow. With JtnxEy Dunne and several other hkely 1 bacis cozuag up from the Freshmen eleven. Harlcw feeis he can lae Koppe j to better advantage at tackle where there is a aeakaess. % "Hoggy" Fry. wey-teown local baseball player, will stick to the diamond pastime in the future. Sunday afternoon against Brunswick, Fry played his s;ror»d game of football and i: resulted . ir three of his teeth being kicked out by an opposing player. Last summer he had another disquieting experience , v.-ijen he hit what appeared to be a home run until the ball struck a cow browsing in centerfield. Fry was thrown out at second and the hit that would ' have won the game, ket it. ; OO MiJCH Or THE IS OiSTURSEB B" "Hi fellers^ Ipokattliis^ ior a bike!' WE ABE HOW FORMING OUR 1932 Christmas Saving Club With Classes to Suit the Convenience of All .25 Per Week .SO Per Week $ l.OO Per Week 2.OO Per Week 5.OO Per Week 1O.OO Per Week 2O.OO Per Week Prepare to Have the Money You Will Need Next Christmas, By Joining Our Christmas Club. THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION BANKERS FOK OVER 100 1'EAKS 1828 1931 GWE A " LIP OK. WE'LL ...ITOPROR.YOO- gainc bclwecr. Detroit and Cleveland in 1919. _ , , ]l/r p A 1 . j.Vl \ _ . r Ten Years Ago Today--Harry Greb j sinned articles for a I5-round cham- ~ p onahip bout with middleweight !! champion Johnny Wl^on in New York the promotion of Tex Rlckard. Scoring more than enough points in i the first half to win. the Reo team of :r.e Y. M. C. A. Basketball League. smashed the Fords in :hc Y. gymnasium Saturday morning. 2S-10. In lace ol the winners' superior shooting and icam play, the Fords didn't have a chance. Shaw. Brust and Alba ugh Jed the assault for the Rccw. while Shoemaker did the best work for the Fords. The score: Keo (2S) McFADDEN SOCCER LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. '.· arspr'ng, 7; Boonsboro. 0. rredertck. 8"; Funkitown. 0. WiUiainsport. 2: Hamilton 1. ·Brunswick. 1: Smithsburg. 0. :':rf cited. Shaw, ter *-as -o kick. The pass from ccn- bad and he attempted u run H Ncg.e. c G. - 3 - 0 Tp. 14 G Myers, g 1 Albaugh. g - 2 rc-isd r.=ht end to put the ball oa tr.c vard line. Alexander crashed eh left tackle for the score. five Ford 110) 13 ed ever -.he 533! for the extra ShcraM. f HoSTman, f -.._ -Shoemaker, c _ Danncr. g - -- G. .. 0 .. 1 ... 3 ,. 1 ... 0 F. 0 0 0 0 0 o : 3 I 4 Game Sunday. Sr'insv.'tclc at Frederick. Hamilton at Clcarsp-ir.?:. FXinkstown ?.' \Villiamsport. Sciithsburs at Boor-sboro. Standing Of The Clubs. W. L. What Boy or Girl Would'n; Want One of DELPHEY'S Quality BICYCLES FOX X.TTIC.S T1lCHgS^AOS"VV ffi*S ROUGED i | It is evident by this time that two ] professional basketball teams in this j city won't go. The G. L Bakers and , Frederick A's opened their seasons last j 7.-eek and both inaugurals were disap- | pointing. Both promoters lost money ar-d their teams did not measure up to -.hose under their supervision last winter. Unless the pro game is to die here as it did 10 years ago. it will be j necessary for one or the other to with- . draw from Frederick. If the Bakers re:ure a first-class center their team will be as good as last season and fiU . attract the fans even better than the ! A c-onr-lete Lac of l:C}-Cles arc. Harris troupe, since the players are j ..-;,, YC :,:,.i, s ,.. n d^lay -ore popular with local fans. Harris j -'--'rt.ii \e......b -J u.spiij. Isad a chance to get off on the right , root last week, but failed miserably 1 These presents make nealtny act; ;vhsu he presented a makeshift team against a clever Cleveland quint that; Imp^y children. -.umed the contest into a farce. The .'ans were disappointed in both games, but will rally to one team if it is rep- ·eoentative of high-class basketball as .vas the Fadco Big Five last season Harris and Grove should get together, :alk the matter over, and one or the jther decamp and leave the field clear TT?T "DUTM :x one team. That is the only way;. J^ f A U L UU'LJrlll Fred«rick can be given high-class pro | jasketball and the only way for the · THE HOME OF THE BIKE -aine to succeed here. j AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FIRE THEFT PROPEKTV DAMAGE · LIABILITY HELFENSTEIN URNER Lowest Prices In Twenty Years Opsa Evenings Pts Frederick 4 0 8 Cloarspring 4 0 8 Brunswick 3 1 6 Hamilton 2 2 4 Boonsboro - ., - 2 4 \Vir.iairtsport 1 3 2 2 · Funkstown - 0 4 0 6 ' Smi'.hsburg 0 4 0 The Best Gift 13 A Bulova Watch PROM McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE i8 North Market Street Frederick, Md. Tp. 5 _,,.-,! ^._,._- i~ c ball back to 1-us own ST-vard" stride. Two l.r.c plays netted Price, g - *°,i --A ',-·· boc:ed to 103 -..- x --f.,-··".::;,,- -v e ba: - » ma- Totals H ^T i -^' .""1..-""/.' "^'^cvcra' 'crwarc' Referee -- Quinn. Se=c_ cr-n.-.-^ --'-- · " , s Tinier--Heck. passes, t-o o. .^...^^-e.-^-j-^^ :or szaL s^i^-c;-- --c _ ^ - - _ - - _ _ ' " M c A BASKETBALt LEAGCF lorcei t3 fcci. o-t-rr £«_ ·;"'""» .-"- ! " o ' 10 Umpire -- Hallcr -jrer-t around left end lor^ five ?:=* ^··- ^r :c--ard gain. -^"^r^l^^'J'T" ^^tha"--":?^ on the 2C-y»rd line. SatnrdaT's Kesnlts. Rro. 28: Ford, 10. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. 1 Pet (FYROIL) Greatest winter Inbricant, top oil A for valrc*. B for crank case, transmission, differential. One qt. each by parcel post for $3.00. Maryland PYS-OIL Co. DISTRIBUTORS Foolesrille. Md. SALESMEN WANTED Phone 16-J F. O. Box 47. E.' E ' 3' 3' SACRI S- A-L- Tuesday -- Wednesday -- Thursday S!?J ' y y Give Practical Gifts GIFTS THIS YEAB SHOULD BE USEFUL ONES HOLEPROOF HOSIERY them, ^ Bowling Match. TTS.O undefeated teams, the Marks Brothers c".;! the ^ M C. A . will c^'DreT^.n; f.-.: ball en r.-.^ct tonight at 8 o'clock on the Y. .__,_-,,_ .^"-^"i-'B-t'-cr M C A. alleys in a bowling match. S ^.^ : ~'-'~c~^"*-^r~z-~r.?^ scored a»a.r. The Marks Brothers are composed ol ,,, '.Cl f-j-5 "c^r"r'^.-.r. a ---a-- of Dr.-.-.d C. Wincbrcr.ner. HI. Othc --:;s '-u cff. tr.? w 3rur^- Keller, in. coni-T-S bac's Q-jirm ar.d Joseph Umcr. Al-.ii; Parsons Ncwrcan. J. G. rari l^ie B-?-vcrs c Y. M. C. A. lir.oup will include MiT ^.I'-'s'I'V-d c.r.-T-i splsr.i-d :r.::rfcr- F^- ner . c. Burr.-ts. B^bbr Mess, Charlie 1 _1^ ""-V- \- ·" Ss»rly. fcr 20 - rsmcrrnar. and Ralph Gaftlry. "k-iibart Roas 60 Tarfj- * The TT. rkprsharn Gcnimisslon place* ·h; -.ear".- cort of cnmc in the United ? i:-:s at rr.ore than $1,124000.000 r- la^ sdn-. r.:stration in 300 · .- accounts for S247.TC-00.000 of this Tl-.e Still Time for Xmas Sittings PHOTOS MADE ON Thursday, Friday or Saturday be completed In time for ,- Christmas. ar.S S^elf '· Make Yonr Appointment PHONE 799 All Christmas Goods 25% OFF i i- I I Beautiful Christmas Bos Free THE BENNETT SHOE STORE EXPERT FOOT FITTERS II ~~~_ ~~-~-~~p-J.-- -;. ~r^ CT M^c Xi- -cri. Ha^ri-r--. NcTtccnxr. Bmishs-K ' rtiuAt .»» ·"*%""·=--"-'"-"- -""tr- VT' -.- H..n-.~.-": rr.d Y:ur.i.ii5 -^: up ex^Ucn: ssacs ' _ . c J - ^iSr^i"~-.:" : i-:r.-.'s"s-r^t b: -· -: ;^r Brr-_^::k A':er -..-.e ra~« M^ns- hdmOnStOn btUCllO ^-7-"- cnVy's". "::·* r-'f-"- '"^__"/ C:lt..-s. _ o f Alcs;nir.3. Vs. ^.ll_pr^- -.= c-:-'=:"s ::----- r:r.: -· r-:rs ta--'= -" The Sc:r-;' -^ --...--- .t ~^= i..-- ^~. i~'-~ -^- Frederick 31) Bmnswick 0 '--'.-' 3 r : r ^ - - - D;T-J C MrCla^. - ". £0 :.·: c: ".- Score By Periods .ark'.c ''-' F-n-dertc's . 13 0 6 12--31 c-uiiris". _ 0 0 0 O-- C S-bs'if-ti-ns- Frcifr.o);--Paxsor.. Es- ;rn c^r.c :er:-, acicrs. vV. K^-.,--har:. Martin. K.nor.irt 7'u^z. Best 3r..n5"^d.-.^^", Bottl. r. r..-^ owr. £;-3u!tr. Ne^com--r. ' a St.i-'. Tou.-hdov.ns--TV Rinehsrt, ^i' 1 3 REDUCTION FOK THE ROUND TRIP OVER CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS This redaction «ill apply io *O stations on the B O R K and numerous other destinations thronsh- oct the Vnited States and Canada; except New England. For lea-4-ins dates, retsm limits and other details ASK TICKET AGENT. ? If This sale includes toys, wreaths, aluminum ware, elect.ical appliances, glassware, chinaware. Make Your Selections Now ?.s? . i '» | M I if ^ Z^il t e -e c".cv,r s---f s E« by -n -- Alexander T.xr.s pluage ! Sj.'eree-- HsurS. Urr.pjr? - Kennedy ' Head Lnassiaa-- Mytrs, Taacw-- Qmna STnir.n Baltimore Ohio j,l? EASTWAY 36 East Patrick St. Give Electric Xmas Gifts They Are Most Useful Our Store Will Be Open Every Evening Until Christmas SHOWING A COMPLETE LtXE OF TOASTERS PERCOLATORS WAFFLE IRONS ELECTRIC CLOCKS * EASY WASHERS UNIVERSAL AND HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGES GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS The MODERN LIGHTING CO. g 216 North Market Street Frederick, Md.

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