The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 21, 1931 · Page 7
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December 21, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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THE DAILY TOWS. FREDERICK, Mt n MONDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1931. IMS Sot* On Debates. friccg in the New York Son rely. George Trevor had the following ay: Xm't set us wrong. As far as cul- and intellect go, these Princeton ers are head aad shoulders above s ol their adversaries. There are softsnap physical education or Jasd- e garde" -ng courses at Pririceaxi er cover of which athletes who en 1 ! much aptitude lor education ease their war u a degree. f anybody tells a Nassau graduate-Princeton player could make the re Dajne team/ the former can re- ·You're right, bat the t,M,ng works i ways--co Noire Dame player could e the Princeton varsity either. He dn't survive Nassau's stringent re- emenrs in the classics'." 's too bad ttf.nf. belore George wrote somebody didn't tip t*tm o3 to fac: that the Notre Dame debating c has defeated the Princeton debat- team tvro years straight, s it is. how v.-ouid you like to be tag George's mail? it * * Phlfa Coming Up. le next lew years may see the rise mother powerful ball team in Phila- »hia--the Phils. L. C. Ruch. new cdent of the club, announces he keep his stars and not peddle such . as K3e!n. Collins. Whitney and ge to the highest bidders. The is and Cards would have paid plenty Whitney. Pal offers lor Klein have 3 declined. The Giants were wiltng almost any price for Collins and ige. Just let the Phils get their ids on a couple more ball players the team will climb. ·36- * «· How Ion; Bronillard? ou "ijrouillard. the new southpaw mpioa of the welterweights, may be mpion for many years, but he sn't look the part. At least he it look it U» other night in win- f from Paul Pirrone on fouls. You ht even go so far as to say that if is still champion at this time next r, it will surprise this pillar of truth Ifetle. * * * The Bridge Parade. timo Camera, on that cross-country ', was a piker after all. And Jack ipsey*s comeback junket is just a * sideshow. But somehow both irts are a little bit mindful of the less bridge battle between Sidney Rutgers' Head BRUSHING UP SPORTS . . By Laufer WUCIE, ..TsfS^f FRANK TfcBERSKI 6SLUARD ASWCHBS A COSSTTo OC£ST"EiOB y - --AIL COMERS"" Lens and the C-jlbertsoris. They could do the tiling up much more quickly and qiuetly \ntii patois at. well, say five Daces. * * * Questions. What are the Cardinals going to do witn Hack Wilson? Inasmuch as Mr. WHson is a center fielder and that happens to be Pepper Martin's position, too, does it appear too bizarre to expect they -ami trade him again? And who was the only major league manager who ever got any good out of Mr. Wilson? The answer to the last one, of course is easy. The manager is Joe McCarthy ·who could coax a good ball game out of a brass statue. ·* -s- -· Did Ton Know That-Georgia. Tech beat Vanderbilt, 83 to 0 ,,_... and lambasted the daylights oa; of Tulane, 48 to 0 ... and crashed Carlisle, 98 to 0 ... and rolled up 491 points against their opponents' 10 . . I in the year 1917 . . . funny thing, Buck i Floors was a halfback for Danoson j CoEege thai year . . . and that isas the only team of the nine teams Georgia Tech played that scored on the Go*- fien Tornado . . . the 10 points were scored by Buck Flowers - . . and the nert year, 1918, Mr. Buck Flowers did his football playing, in a Georgia Tech uniform . . . many of the names of the players on that invincible Tech. team have been forgotten ... but the memory cf Guyton and Struper still persists. PEARRE'S i Modern Pharmacy DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 We carry only standard coals. Their quality cannot be surpassed. Geo. S. Rodock Son Fifth St. at Pa. B. K. Phone 908. elected president of Rutgers Tersiry at New Brunswkk, N. J., iobert C. Clothier (above), now dean cen K the University of Pittsburgh. Oldest Home The old Fairbanks home at Dedham. ! Mass., once the home of Paul Kevere. ; is thought to be the oldest house ia I America. It is 300 years old. ail It uriik. -this CHRISTMAS HAVE you gof the "Christmas list Blues"? Does it seem as if you just couldn't decide -what to give? -Let flowers supply the answer! Their vivid b.eauty has a universal lure for womankind . . . the most gracious and most highly prized of all gifts. Come in at your convenience. Shop in comfort, unhurried by holiday throngs. Your flowers will be sent exactly when you wish them ... fresh, fragrant, lovely! Oar line of Potted Plants and Cat Flowers is complete. We ·nriie yonr inspection. Let Us Help You \ make your dollars go fnrthei and give more satisfaction, a DYEING I LADIES' DEESSES AND COATS _ §2.50 np · MEN'S SUITS AND OVEECOATS - $3.00 * CLEANING AND PRESSING * Ladies' Plain Dresses and Plain Coats, g* ·· ftf} · Men's Suits and Overcoats, *P ·»- · Vr vl * QUAKER CITY ; FREDERICK'S OLDEST. BIGGEST AND BEST · CLEANERS AND DYERS i ZIMMERMAN'S, Florist :'lege Ave. Phone 1251 I Join Our Christmas Club The Family's Christmas Problem Solved! Have Money When Wanted. Club Now Forming Start Now and Have Money When Wanted Most. Clubs to fit Everybody's Pocketbook. Start with 25c, 50c, Sl.OO, $2.00, $5.00 or more. THE FREDERICK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK No. 1 North Market Street Where Banking is a Pleasure -'i S YOU ARE NOT COMPELLED TO CARRY INSURANCE under The Automobile Financial Responsibility Law r Maryland Effective January I, 1932 We have set up in "question and answer" form, information ti.at will give you a complete understanding of just how this law affects you and so enable you to decide just what YOU ought to do about it. Q. What is this law? y A. Briefly speaking, this law specifies that if a#y automobile owner or op- erator is convicted of traffic violation or reckless driving, or is involved in an automobile accident for which he is sued and is unable to pay any damages awarded, his license may be revoked until he can satisfy the judgment and show the financial responsibility required. Q. What is the amount of financial responsibility required by this law?. A.. $11,000, divided as follows: $6,000 for injury to one person, $10,000 for injury to all persons in one accident, $1,000 damage to the property of others. Q. To whom and how does this law auply? A. To every automobile owner or operator when and if they become involved in an accident or arrested for a violation of the State Motor Laws. Q. Do any other states have such laws? A. Yes. Maine New Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island Connecticut New York New Jersey Delaware North Carolina Indiana Wisconsin Iowa Nebraska North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota California Q. What is the purpose of such laws? A. To safeguard and protect the public against accidents caused by irresponsible owners and operators of automobiles, who are financially unable to pay for any damage they may cause. j Q. What can an automobile owner or operator do to protect his interest* under this law? A. He can buy an insurance policy in the amounts specified, in any insttT* ance company licensed to do business in the State of Maryland OR He can deposit securities in the amount of $11,000 with the proper state department. Q. What is the best method? A. The most satisfactory and economical method is to carry insurance. The cost is small and the insurance company does all the worrying and pays all the damages. If securities are deposited with the State, you must pay your own losses just the same. In those states where such laws are already effective, from 82 to 95% of all motorists have elected to carry insurance. Q. Where is the best place to buy this insurance? A. HALLER COBLENTZ, INC., of course. We represent two of the largest and strongest companies writing this class of business, in the . world. We maintain our own cbim department which is available twenty-four hours of the day, for your protection. Drop in the office or phone us for the most attractive insurance proposition on the market. Phone 1390 IF YOU WANT TO TALK AT NIGHT, CALL W. HARRY HALLER 998 FREDERICK J. VERNON COBLENTZ . . . 103W MIDDLETOWN CHAS. A. OPEL JR 349 FREDERICK JACOB RAMSBURG 1853F5 FREDERICK HALLER COBLENTZ, Inc. General Insurance Agents Broker* Patrick-Court Building Frederick, Maryland \^*srAprR"Rlfi!V!:s^orr

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