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May 19, 1932

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THZ DAILY IfEWS. FREDERICK. BID. THOF.BBAY. WAT 19, 1932. Ruth's Homer In Tenth Defeats Cleveland Again. Do You Remember Tl BRUSHING UP SPORTS Bv Laufer i OX FIBRE TEAM HALTS -- ADVANCE OF MUSE NIKE One Te*r Ag« Today Atb'et:cs extended :he.r i^in^s streai . ·x :: strath: jr*ax« a* Georg- Earn-; fhaw iielc :h* T^*r» v :»o ..:i. th« j A'$ wirTM^« 5 to 0 A! SunnsoraR hit a single. c..-vt and :r'.p. .-.is 17th | iTj hitting t*»* yiLYBRAYES DOWN CARDS *££?*« * Yean Ac* Today--Araes Parffi'i __ Chance Play. ».th Earl Sand* aboard, j d cfT with B*la»nt Fari t =sud- : tur*. th* Si.WW ' l'o*gS«o Handicap of sue *'--- · Ions* Chance Play's tr.uicph netted · May :« --Th* Wmah- · S3.3OO to nis c-wn*r Senator. E Iadly sent the St. ^ y-fm A ^S-y_ H «. TTWe ., ht | Bro-rcs o- their t»y today af- .--^3.^ o ^ j sci jvm;**y attendin* a Mr dropping Jour straisht^ games to jj,,.,^ s;_ire Garden flght *ao» h j the league Then th* second dtvltlon | ^^.""·our" a.-.r.o'unced that Miss Bi.th ' BWWTXB arrived, the bac.y-iattred 'j^jtiV'"""'9 V* Bou'oer Co'o. would Senators finished ^ell-estallish»d ir. C,^.,,,^ "«,:-", world Chanspi» "about 1 ctcoad place ·with the crushing New . 0,.-_.-T.X- ' i York pcver to fsce toznorro*. ' ,, , Th* score. R H. E St. Louis _ - I I ;« 0 Washington . . " 1~ 0 Batters*: St«T»rt. CoSman and Ferrell: Bro^m. Marberry. Weaver, 3-urk? AMERICAN LEAGUE and Sper.cer Philadelphia. May :s -- T;.e Athletics, ' in a slugfe*-, that tnc.-Jded homr runs by Dries, Foxs and S-2i.TSC.ris. vd»y defeated Detroit. 8-2 One of vne Tigers' tallies was a r.xKf: by White ir. the ninth. The score- R H E. rtetrsit . .... 2 9 3 Philadelphia S i 1 0 Batter:?'. Uh.e, Kerr^s ar.d Ha- ·j.erth: Grove and Ccchrane. Yesterday'* R«*u!U. NPTT Ycrit 3: Oveland. 2 Boston. 13. C.-JcaRo. :0 Phi'.irltpl'.u. R De'.f.'.' S' l,-".^-, '.I Games Today. iR-or. a'. New York --n at Philadelph-a Q-h-ry -:·;·» not i I standing of the Clnbs. Boston. Mar :3 -- The vly Red Sox ' el". "Isr.d f.nally ^cn a K^ine t xisy. u^'cjt.iig tnc octroi-. Wh.;e Sox ir. tnt last ;amc ol the «rtrj. ":iUadelp:-. 13-10. St. louix The sc--re R H E. chit-ago Chicago ................ 'n 10 I Boston W .. !9 ...... i9 ........ 18 ............... 15 ........ 15 9 5 L. 6 9 '.4 »2 14 .7 19 Pet. .' .7«0 ' 679 i -,53 ' 321 i .!85i N A T I O N A L E A G U E Yorc 9. Cincinnati, 3 ex Today. Yesterday's Remits. Ve»- York Mav !S--3ab* Rath hit Boston. 5: St. LOUJ. 3. hii seventh home run o: the season Cl-'.cngo. 6. Philadelphia. 4^ voiay In the lOtn inning to give t h e ' B Y?.n"its a 3-2 -ixtory ever the Cleveland I.ti.ar.*. Henry Joi;r_son, making li.s rint s'-art. held C'cveJand to six hits a..-.c !an-.«---l rrr-Vcsaiit £·"- «T.r h-t B.-. kl-.n a: Prf.-iju.iU* in t.TC" tnts. Cii.r.is-- :it Ciiic.ruv.iti The score. R K E. Oth'r clubs not scheduled. JCcs York 3 11 ''' Stjndinic Of The CIul«. Batteries 3ro^-n and M'-a". Jonr.- son and D.ckc;. Chicr.go Boston BALTIMORE FIREMEN TO PLAY BRUNSWICK TEAM ; ; Olympic Hopes by Claire Bnrrky \V. 21 Chicago. May IS.--Pr.cn.ix by Guy C-nc.r.ns..!. IS Bush and aattin; fay the-.eterar. Charlie St Loui^ 15 Grimm gave the Cubs a 6-4 victory o'.cr Philadelpn-a 13 Philadelphia today and a margin o f , Brooklvn 12 three 5smes out of ftmr in the series. 'New York 10 The score: R H E Pittoburgh - 9 F. A. C. To Meet All Stars From ! Latter Place. Demc!ay Alumni Trip Eagles To Win Again. · Th* vir-ntn? streak of the Muse '· Tailorrr, Coatany ipeedhal! M*» In -.lie industrial Division c/J the C»y league flopped Wednesday events in · Baier Park ·srhere the Oi Fibre Brush ; Company nine put ;t oc the Tailors. : 13-7. Fursble-fingered irori afield by ', ·ne Tailors ?ave tfc« Brushmec seven " f . their ruris The winners put th? 1 ' r--.3i* en ice ui th-e f:!th- Richard ' t Bruchev fl:ed to left to start the irasie. . Harrison set a iile »hen CrUBja?-tt . cropped Kirs^hman's throw on his grounder. W^ner banned, but. Crutch- ; !·-;· 5ir.'^lKi to center, scoring Harrison. I I a-.vrer.c* Bruchey. Smith and Burdett* · .-.ngled M successiac, Crutchiey. L. Bruchey and Smith scaring. Burdelte t/»ic zecond osi a play as the plate on Smith, and h* scored when CockreU threi over Pree's head trying to catch · h.m stealing third. Tippeti was cai!ed j cut on sink** to end th« inning. ! | The iineups: | j Muse Tailoring Co.--Aaderaca, left- : i f'-eld; Kirschnian. shortstop; Gnunlane. i '· second base: Free, third base; James j 'centerfield; CockreU, catcher; Shaffer,' ri^htfieldt Crummitt. first base; ICine. I , p.tcher. Ox Fibre Bnah Co.--Marts. ' leftfield: R. Bruchey. catcher; Harris and Harr^on. shortstop; Wlsoer. rlght- fielc; Crutchiey. third base; I_ ' Bruchey. first 'oase: Sinith. second ' base: Btirdeue. centerfield; Tippe^t, ' p.tchf r. \ DeMolay Alumni win Again. j The DeMolay Alumni speedball te*rn of the Fraternal Division of the City ; League -.von its second straight game · ? liiiout. a defeat Wednesday evening In I Baker Park by tripping the Bogies, '9-3. They rallied for five runs in the i last inning, but the lead compiled by jLne DeMolay Aluznnl in the ear^f in- i nags was too much to overcome. The JEag~.es tes; ihroush two errors. K pair j o f scratch h:B and a. wild pitch. The i hitting honors ?. - ect to Keefer. whiie j i Keency and Bobby Nusz starred afield. : i Eagles--Whitrnore. third base: For- j · ncy. centerfield: Keener, shortstop; ; jFry. first base: Wolfe, leftiield: Welty. j second base; Brenglr. catcher: Ponton j | pitcher: Ekins. rJghtfie'.d. DeMolay j · ord of 13 feet 93-8 inches. Deadlock- Alumni--Shipley, catcher; G. Nusr. i ed -Aith Barnes in third place were shortstop: R. Nusz. centerfield Keeler. \ Chuck McGinnis. former W-sconsm ace. 'pitcher: Ranuburg. rightfield; Butcher. ! i j Barnes' teammate, and Victor Pick- leftfielc: Michael. -*cond base: Rhod- · j i hard, fom-.er Pirts'ourgh vaulter. rep- ertck. third base: Kemp, first base. ! -- ' resenting Canada. . i THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION I ORGANIZED IN 1828 Commercial and Savings Departments 3*A% Interest i Allowed on Savings Accounts j o Bittcries. Benge. Elliot-, and : 3usn ar.d Hartnett. .3J9 · ii:" Bi.inw.ck Railroaders, p^rer.- S84 . ".-.'-I tiiampi-us of the FTrdeiici: C-'uri- 43a ' ly L» v agu- will Ricct t:ic .icid tC5t A*.429 i '.:rciay aftcrr.'3r. v, i-.cn Mxc Thomp- .417i^on icatis h.-s Baltimore Firemen into .246 {action .igainst 'horn Ir. E. W. Srherr i Stadium at 3 30 o'clock -n an oxhibi- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE !'·"· ^«r.e The BTM****. t ram -«, t hccr. !ra^c!ir.c a: a o.^zy pace this Testcrday'n Results. Baltimore. 3-3' Toronto. 2-0. "Roche5t?r. 1. Rca\ilug, 0. Montreal P. Newark. ~. ' Buffalo. S: Jersey City. 5. '· 11 innings. Pittsburgh. May IS.--Wat*on Clark held the Pirates to lour hi is txiay ar.d · Brooklyn buncned it* blou,j off Bill, SwiT; in tne fourth t3 -sr^i. 4-2. Pitts- burc dxi not get a man to first base -uasil the seventh Innin;. . The score: R. H. E Oam«- loday. Brooklyn 4 9 2 Jer -^ Cl ~? at B3't--norc Pitt^jurgh 2 4 0 ''"n'pad"!-"!- ^T'°f best ili« Your.g:.tov.-n civ 1 ) of the Ccn- i,-.i-ni" .irHv afternoo" ho-jie\cr. 'he rr-3r;=T.- ,tro expT'od !o face the ilm to op;x\-c them this s Batteries: Clark and Lopez. French and Gra-re Buffalo at Rochester. The f.r^ir.cr. have won four of their \ e n?.cr.t»^ ar.ri boast .;crr.^ mighty IU£ -."s. M.\st cf 'isnr -'pi'Ts.tion v.as j .n rollrsc rsr.tis. Tr.^ Raiircysdor? ^ ill j.=rnc ri'lT-r "Pros" Phillips or Lofty ' Gaithcr to tr.e ntounci aeain.«t t^.c Cincinnati, May IS.--Bill Terry hit his ninth home ran of the season tocsy to climsx the Kew York Giants seven- · ^' run rally against the Reds in the sev- ' r ~- er.ih Inning. Two were on base when 3u Terry connected with one of Larry Ben- Bal?.rr.or«- ton's oSTertngs anc the tlo~sr K3-»e Ne^' Tori an S-3 lead. T.-.e f.r.al ccutit ^as Standing Of The Clubs. W L- 19 10 Montreal Toronto IS To !Q H. E. S-3. The score: R 7«e»- York ...... ,, ................ 9 12 I Cincinnati ................ 3 10 l Batteries: SchtunaSher. Mitch'll ar.d Eo?an. O'Parrell: Johnscn. 3en-.?n. Ogden and Lombarcc. Asij;;mson. Jcr-c-v Ci:v .. Pot. .. .655 :, 60V 1-. 601 · .SOO 594 F. .\. C'. To Pl»y Here Sunday. The Fccuor:ck Atli'.etic Club bo^ball am. \ x .t".i .% r-x-orcl of four \ictor.r.s five vjrt.«. v. :11 try to add T-no;h?r Sunday .ifVr:ixn .v McC\:rdy Field when :: meets -ho- Bruns-.v.cS -Xll-St-irs at 2 3f "'clock T:-. lsfi,; from site Ra:"rc*?id tOk'.ti ace .^axi to be t-vnn.:~ horc v.cll riflcc^fi ~*.'.'.-. tlir cr ;:1 j Ar.d Lee wants to try it, again. Carr. 1 hi* old nemesis, is r.o ic-r.rer in"jerest«i i as a competitor. But there are others i ! --Grabt-r. Sturdy. McDermott. Jeffer- j ; son. Beecher. Warrte. to mention a ' ( few----vho will demand that B3rr.cs show his old championihip form to get in ahead of then:. CITY 5FEEDBAIX l£AGTTE (Fraternal Division) Sport Tips Yesterday's Results. DeMolay A!.. 9; Eagles. 8. Game Friday. Jr. O. C. A. M. vs. DeMolay. tHaines, lower). Standing Of The Clobs. W. L. V. M. C. A 3 0 0 , There are some reports ?olnj the i rounds that Hack Wilson is undergoing: DeMclay ASuntni 2 i treatment for a baci log: suScred when ' he had a collision in a game played in Philadelphia. Wilson has appeared in ; "'· °- ^- -*JI ° 3 the Dodfers' lineup several tun«- as T . oinch-lvitter ar.d afx-r b^ir.l walked INDUSTRIAL DIVISION each *ime has had a, p.nch-runner f.ru: · i his stuff on the bases. When the Dccl- Yesterday's Results. , cers return East scm? report will be nine on the condition of Wil- PcL ·' 1J100 ! l.COu . .500 ' .000 . .000 . JLKE BAK.NES Ox Fibre. 13; Muse Tailoring, 7. Game Today. H*-3iloci; Splinters vs. Os Fibre. Game Friday E-.eredy \s_ F. I. s. (Upper, Kreii) While sr. Ol:*rnp:c playoff ser.ss 13 planit?i, wit.-, e.cht teams. *.oir.pei.iig. j · the Nat.or.ai lacrosse championship, to all intents sr.d purpcs-cs. will be decided next Saturday -aher. Maryland plays l Standing Of The Clubs. Ie Bi-r.es nt ?3 j still ?. -cry your.; J.-nns Kopktns in t.-.e Baltimore S:a- «". I.. Pet. "in a -.etoc.iii of -.-·*· p.-s"..ous trips t o r:tim in z. caote slafd to ber-n it 3 ! Kentlock Spl:n:«rs 2 P 1.000 ·i" O1-. T.r-.c canics ar.d a detinito o'clock. Hops.ns wl-_ch has iy*"i '.'.c Muse T-silonr.j Co 2 l .667 O--. Fibre Brush Co 2 1 .667 ! 1 2 .333 S 0 3 .000 . St. Lo-ns. May IS.--Old Trrn Zsch- ary ·s-eakened a little in '-b« r.ir.tr. in- . n:rfg tod»r. b*-t i - as able to st-em :hc , rusi! ?J the trorlc champions In time ' to sirs ihe Boston 3rar?s the con- i eluding ganse or the series. 5-J. j The ic^roi K. H. £ ; Boston ,, _ 5 i: 3 ST. Loa;s ...- 3 S : 3att*rles: Za:r.ary and Ksrrra-.e. Ealsss. Lindsey. Carlstcn sr.d Wijor. ANNOUNCEMENT New Prices For Ice Effective at once at new ice plant on East Street, between Third and Fourth Sts., until further notice: Retail Prices For Ice Delirerea Anywhere in City Limits 100-lb. block 40c 75-lb. block 30c 50-lb. block 20c 25-lb. block lOc 12%-lb. block 5c Platform Prices 300-lb.. block 60c 100-lb. block 25c 75-lb. block 20c 50-lb. block 15c 25-lb. block lOc 12^-lb. block 5c Plant Open Day and Night Phone 839 · Sincerely, T. S. MICHAEL ICE MANUFACTURER AND DISTRIBUTOR MOUNTAINEERS WIN fas the. STADS pbu it ^ APT KRENZ jr p TM.»-; i f*"T *"^ ^ "-^^ V * o'-'*-r - - - - - *.^»*n.-.^» u»* -«.iv,' --v, ...^. L- - ^^r \. .^icr- t«r. --c^ 7 ? ^n-:".-*" "a- "s.vJcv;I .^:^~J:^"^^^'.^^~ »r.-^: := a : oears o= the :.:. Ar.d _' SF , ke Gny Ha £^t ··-"c .rd o" '-e "c'onia- r d v^" r - \ - "" ' '·*-·"--- -- -° -'-nt .o. a..a...er O.-tn- Mariana can ^c.-c ncp ? t_r^ *n« ^..1 c^ ^!X--s"' '" "" -^-^ - ·· .._, :on qj^- .v., chc-.cc o'.^r the M!tid;ea. B..". ' Five Hit i l . V ' i i l . . . . . . « » . . _ . . . ^ Francis Team To j '§= is. = Theater News a. ?oc^ .r. -?-4 that 3a..ics Tnple" u. ~-_^. 5..^^....^ ^.- ..^ ».^- ^_ . . _ .. pcovtcl ll-.e se.-is-iti.3r. :·:' the intema- · ku-js coaches '.: take the r-licc of Dor. 1---.·----;*· - lla " iS.--sptic Gray licnal co-tests. Then a ht S h school kid Kelly in the e-ent th- Jay £:a c _ un- n ' ace "^ :r5: E:ar ' of :ne ssason from Kollyword. h» lor:-rf himself over ^3 : e to plav. , T.e crv^bar at 1- feet 11 1-2 inches to today 07 hurling Mount 5:.: := Mary's to a 4-1 victory over St. Francis 1:18 : TRACK MEET FRIDAY City Opora HOU.V fa.v ---,.ns :-:or-- rf --. a' the C.'y Orvr^ pre'-m.r.ary ASSAILS "HIGH SOCIETY" Law \ , - ! I \ » T Fonr Institutions To Be Reprt-wnted At Maryland SchooL bnn^ing logethsr Frecienc-K iigh school. the Ma--land State School foe the Deaf. Church Street School ar-d Slue R.clje College will be held Friday afterr.c-sn v. ·the Maryland Schco; for the Ieaf at 3 o'cick. rr-.g-hl.eer- event* -sill be st-as- *d- This is the f^st t:m? Slue Riii» lias competed ajatr.sc. the ether school;. The events are as follows: SC-pc-tnd class--50-yard ca.-h. 4*"-yari relay. P5-pouad class--^5^-ya-c cash 44"-;.arc relay. 115-pcur.c rlifs--TC-ya-c ca.!.h 650-yard rr.edley t-:lar. runr.ir.c orc«c jump. Jurtsr "nljr.fed Clas5--S"-varc dash. 220-yard cS-t. runr-ir.? jimp. 660-yard relay. Se-:cr Vnljsttted Class--100-yarc das-. c::-vsri das-h. ir.ti;- rr.-v -.it oall of.'oc* .t ...« r*ach- SSC-yard iai.-. rann.rjc ht;n ;ucj-.p. ^i tie ..-«», --_.: .r. the arc of th* 440 yard cash, -cc-e rr.tl; r-^-. one rr..lc Tc enaolc ?. "li-er :-· -'b'?..-. ar- i'- Sr^sk.n; :r," - · Been Given A Match. --^- --, -.» -- "_»-'· »,_Lr_T * " - "" «-ji-^ -·-,·- -s- -vw- -- «. _^. ._ . _ - --· -- ». -- f ^e^.... T *.. -c-rwarc ^i 7.?-- - - -- 3-.;. ~^..j r.as .^t-rr .r. nac- ;-- ^-, .7-,- The jtr^^e 5ho--ld c* '"~ x - " -"--" ^' ~ ^..^-·~ take pla^e r.^:; Mcr.rlay r..?.t: a ~ \:-.: r.-.ni---. .r :·· - . - - Ccllege, Loratto. ?a.. on Ech - i n t.v p-.ent tor tlte Ur.itod Stales. · FACTORY · Stock Reduction 'tr ·*..-:ciite --- ;.ear .-.: -vcc-r. r-»t.c-n .tad expected '.tn 11 ^.urr.p tn le':^ic inasmuch a Bowie. fc t '. a*a frcm Kelly, -s -Ill-earn scored 'T. tr;r.=r's dr.ve over g 1 "*". ?r.i G.-.v; sccre-d BDnr.er with a -53 ."tise to- 3.srn-.s a;.i.r. repr-cfer.t---.-; the Un.t.-cl --^- - r.iglit ir he c,vt .irr orr. I\-or.. 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