The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 7, 1948 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, July 7, 1948
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Fans Select Two Teams Chicago. July 6 (J vot« of more than -- A record four million baseball fans today named play- SoapBoxDerby To Dccide Future Run In 2 Weeks Of Junior Hustlers Without a home field and having Middletown Wallop* DlZZV TrOUt Two Opposing Hurlers j ·' Blanks Iribe Slaughtering two Buckeystown ers from six National and American League clubs to tie start- in, lineups for the Ail-Star at St. touis course on West Patrick street east »he league prexy. are inviting all Buckevstown AB ' Cit · - from Jefferson to Deiphey's. City · junior players to be present to r W. R. Walter found that Discuss whether or not a sufficient cf-ss * --which _ of the National League and Bucky Harris, of the American League. will pick themselves--were select- Mi in a three-week poll conducted vu A** » T _ ~ ~ «ss ·iE-n 1 s.--- igI ^ T1 - ·· - 1 -* " ***.*i»«. *^^»····-- -- -- - UJiWUiiS 1 l * iictiifi vi, ii\/k a. j«j._ii\_ii^ -»» by the Chicago Tribune and -.:a perm i t f rorn the State is also ros t e r can be maintained to meet other newspapers and radio sta- j necessarv . Negotiations for Siate the jcjjeduie committments of the j^Ke'i'lv" ''b-p tions. : permission to use the two-block nipe lU^ha-* r-"-c f The contest ended Monday ati^^ of Rtmte ^ within ti» · Burall ^ id !ast nigal he has' p lunk ~rt. Ib " midnight. The fans: American McQuinn. R K O A. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 E 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 in :he inning:The score: Detroit Cleveland Tsout and Swift. fifth Braves Win From Giants The News. Frederick. Md.. Wednesday. July 7. 194f SKTEJf Scminick and Gene Hermaaiki Sch'nitz and Schefflsg. Munjer. New York. July 6 1^1 -- Frank McCortaick smacked, his first home run of the season with one on i.» the fifth inning to enable the Boston Braves to come from behind i were expelled for fighting in the first inning tonight as the Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-0 with George Schuba Jutting a two-run homer R H E 8 0 8 1 DrbWi K H £ 9 14 O l The score 0 6 2 Boston Muncrief. Gro- ' New York The score- Brook!-, n 5 Philadelphia 0 ,,- -.. i /-- . ^ Behrria-i and Camanella and nip the New "iork Giants to-, JuUcl!Ran a!ld *,,,,,,,, night. 4-3 Johnny Mize walloped , his 18th home run of the seas-oti * ' with two mates aboard to account' * for all the Giants' runs . · " bts Oixtluck t ards y £ i St Louis. July 6 7'--Eddie Wa:t- \Vilks. Pellet, Burkiiart, P*p*i and Baker County Softball League Results Sunday Harmony 5, Jefferson. 1 Standiass Of The Teams IV. Harmony KieJc Black and Began Tipton A's Down Nats Waj-hinutois Julv 6 t - P -- Lou Bris-ie survived a 2-run Washington raliv slight to mo\ e Athletics po:n'.: of fir*t place with a 5-3 vie- R 4 8 3 3 4 i Bickford and Masi Kennedy. Jones and Cooper , · s by Papi and Bill Nicholson slammed a home run to give the Chicago I Cub* a last minute 12 to 10 triumph iover the St I.ouix Cjrdm-sls tonight The Redb'rds fought up from a 10-3 SCO»P m an attatlc Jha*. Moose Catocl-n Pt. of Rocks 9 8 Z g 5 3 2 L. 3 3 4 5 ft 4 9 10 PC*. .750 .727 .667 348 .416 .167 Reds Nose Burs Pittsburgh. July 6 --P---Ted Klus- ·«i the eighth inning to-lzeuski's ninth inning two-run: included Stan Mural's, r.sneu-e.ath mo\e the Philadelphia J double w i t h the bases loaded and j home run before the Cubs claim- \\nhin 10 percentage i two out tonight led the Cincinnati Jed their \ictorv The Ea:r.e v.^s Reds to a 6 to 4 victory over the .called at the end of the eighth so " _ tcrv over :he Se::2~ors The game was called at the end Wash- Pittsburgh Pirasrs- ; the Bruins could catch a K failed tional Louis out _ Biggest individual vote-getter was Boston's Ted Williams, who zarnered rnention on 1,556,784 of ,,.. 4.107,893 lineups submitted by ^f^ n same : hind Cardinals. fans in the wide-spread balloting Yankee Clipper DiMaggio. the 1947 leader with approximately the Terrace hill number of votes Williams col- School, psced this year be- Wolfe: Coles racer at 26-mph de- of the St Louis topped National 1,532.502. Young Cole's entry was consid-. sorship and management wsll , sna ,^ 00 ered the "hottest" soap-box racer : provided a complete roster: or he i jf a :^ " u ompleted thus far until Monday j will have to lift the Frederic* '^'ecke' rf ' Junior Hustlers' franchise and idle j Mu!Ta \' p Trying out on the West College i° ne Marj-laad State League each ;' It was, the second time sn t w o , The score da\s that the Red first baseman; Ciucago I has pulled victory from defeat in S: Louis Me\er. McCaU. of eisht inning* to permit snaton :o catch a train The «core- R H E i the Snal inning P»"'"a1e'»h:a 5 13 O J In the second game esterd8y. his Washington 3 11 0 ] ninth inning hone run tied the ( Bristle and Franks Masterson. j contest 4-4 and the Reds went on Harriit. Hu^on and Evan'- to win ( iGame called at er.d of eighth The score- R. H^ · o allow teams t o catch train'. j Cincinnati . . 6 3 | Pittsburgh 4 Bovox Sweep Yanks Dobersssv July A five hit on te es o e g e in front of the High (Sunday for the remainder 01 this, ToUls i by Capt Walter C. season. * J -Struck who League returns veloped steering-cable trouble. darted out of control into the west -, o ,, , rb Q£ ^ tefrace sheered oS its | Soon Secure Coach 44 11 19 27 15 Struck out for Wagner in 9th Score By Innings ague reurns wi . . Under the pact between the Tn- . f j; lt ^ Co , e head ove . heels l ' bune and Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler and with Presidents Will Harridge of the American League and Ford Frick of the National League, the managers must use the lineups designated by the fans for the first three innings- Remainder of the 25-player squads to be picked by each manager is expected to follow closely the fan voting at the various positions beyond pitchers. City Softball League Results Yesterday Dr. Pepper. 12: Coca-Cola. 4 Game Tonight Dr. Pepper vs V. F. W. V. F. W. Gridders Mav jBuckeystown o o i o o o o o o -- i " i MiddleUm n 0 0 4 3 0 4 0 0 x--11 I Summary: Earned runs--Buc- ikeystown. 1: Middlelown. 10 Left The Veterans of Foreign Wars', on bases--Buckeystown. 9: Mid- - _.. decision gave righthander Joe 0 Dobson hs« 10th bitching win of the season nsui h:s Boston Red Sox a three e?mf sweep over the New York Yankees tonight before a . ch.l'ed 31 T35 crowd Dob?on total- , ed «=cvcn strikeouts, three of them | in the ninth inning T«e *eore- R H E New York 1 s 3 i Boston - 6 l I Hiller. Gumbert and Berra. Dob- | E 0 9 o; Yandermeer. Gumbert and Lamanno. Williams. Queen. Higbe and Kluttr. Fitrgerald. j Bums Blank Phils BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys FOR SALE New 6 room houses with all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Apply CURTIS W.THOMAS olO Jefferson Street Phone 2I14-J ^ 3 1( =^r.)u2K)nirro: «Licnry icnd.on ^er Philadelphia. July 6 ,.--Anay t poiionous matt*r to naaun i: j-our fc! ltaAhSl£.i.b^**^ \^\ss-^, i»v-e»%* \f · s-» ii^-^i-». -- | vr. WCL^C^ ij»A^,ivv..» j ^ v r « « . - » . ** T *·»·-· The youth sustained a badly \ football ream is op. the verge of| dletown s Two-base hits-- *-»«.ti»^ hark hut Tuesriav mom-' Setting a coach for the 19iS sea-; Wnrin- Stolen bases--Lutz. Kel- · Horine. Stolen bases--Lutz. Kel ing had secured another" set of i son. Mgr. Charley Green said yes- . ler 2 rj ou bl e plays--Korine to D. son and Tebbetts. Browns Cilgc Chisov KEYSTONE PAINTS tVh*n the best cost^ so little vrhy compromise on quaht? Complete line exterior, interior finishes. N1CODEMUS Paint Store 30 NORTH COURT ST. st scay CBU» . pairjj. Ice rain». lo*.i of PC? rrj cne-xy. gtt- ticc i.p nschss. aa-rlhnc. pu:!.ieM ur.oer Uie W*. headacfcr* ar.i! «iirr:rr«j. Fr«-j««cj or tcaaly pax^acra with naJutir.,; orti b -rslr-it ·oir.etime» »how there li »oajUi:ss wrone ·with your kidneys or hladjcr. Don't wait'. Ask jour lnic(rfit for Doaa'a rslls. n stimulant diuretic, used cuccr«3ful!y by ir.illionj for o\«rr 5a M-ars. Dean's ei\e tarpy und will help the )3 sr.'.'.es of kitiney tubeA ftu»h out poisosoua xrstc f-tu your bkxxi. Get Doin'a '·!'· ^ f - fc July 10. Meanwhile sponsors of racers according to Charles U. Price of the Jaycee general committee, are taking a most active interest in their boys" soap-box constnictions. at 8 o'clock tonight at the j Passed balls--Green, clubrooms, 500 West Patrick street j _strai!man. LosinE "Nucleus of the eleven for this j strailman. Hits--Off o^an^aii. ync q, season is already signed up. Equip- | 16 in 6 i nn ; n g s: o ff Kelly 3 in 2 ' s . " Loll : . . July 6 .?--Paul Leh- \ ner's e'.shth inn:ng s:ngle scored j A! Zarilla w i t h the v.inning run i as St Louis defeated the Chicago J Wild pitches \vhite Sox. 7-6 before 13.151 persons here tonight The «;corc . R H- E pitcher-- S:rai!man. Rummer is more Delightful of Sea -Coo/ Cotton Manor. Get Your OUTBOARD MOTOR .XO\V AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'S SPORT STORE 103-105 N. Mar!;et St. ment is on hand. Sponsorship is \ ; continued and the club needs only To date, these racers are soon- 1 a coac j o get rolling, come Fall." sored fay the firms, clubs or indi- Green stated. viduals names: bracketed with their Louis N. Cole. HI and Standinf Of The Teams W. L. Dr. Pepper- .. V. F. W.' Legion Coca-Cola ... 1 0 0 Pet 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 Charles B. Jones. Salvation Army: Korman A. Shankle and James H. ilossburg. Frederick Lions Club; J. Ronnie Twentey. Civitan Club; He said lhat players signifying return to the V. F. W. grid wars. innings. Umpire--PfeifTer. Time --2:10 Scorer--Adams. CITY GIRLS LOSE County feminine softbal! stra- Chicago 6 i Stephens. Carver and '· Partee: Pierett":. Pearson. I and Robinson. 9 1 Moss. Grove already include the Wisner, Wag- | tegy and aptitude proved far sup- ! Altogether Lcr.don ner. Groff and Wiles brothers; j erior to the city brand as a Crea- Jack Fleischman. Tommy Eichel-1 gerstown girls" team nvamped has f o u r Trafalgar Squares In addition to the famous one. there are others at Eddie Wallace. Blue Ridge News faerger. Juggy Rowe. Jack Schat-1 Frederick IVIcCrorj-'s Store ten by , Stepney. Chelsea, and Peckham. tenberg and Jim Kepler. of 40-10. I Agency. i Camp Detrick personnel are ! scorekeepers wearj-ing of trying to Kenneth Ford, Frederick Tailor- j also interested in signing up with j count the tallies scored by the _ ing Co.: Charles E. Wells, by Wai- j the team and a couple of likely j visiting girls in the six-inning rout. lace N. Grimes: Peter M. Fahrney. graduates of the F. H. S. 1947. It was the first urr.e out for »he , Ecco Mfg. Co.; James H. Stuckey. j eleven are ready to try out for = losers. A rematch is scheduled for ; ' bv Pat Turjier. contractor: Robert j berths. Green said. All interested j July 19. j Butler. Frederick Iron and Steel j parties including new prospective KELLER TO HAGEKSTOWX Charlotte. N- C, July 6 .'.·?"--The Charlotte Hornets of the Tri-State League today announced the transfer of outfielder Hal Keller to Hajerstown. of the Interstate League. Both are Class B circuits Kal is a brothej of Charlie Keller of the Yankees. Co.: Robert Chaffee. G. L. Baking Co. Joe Cooper, Kelly Bottling Co.: Eddie Desoeaux. Continental Oil; William E. O'Hara. Jr.. Gulf Oil; Gene Abrecht. Kiwanis Club: Rudy Lee Slifer. Crown Oil and Wax; John Eichelberger. Walkersville Lions C!ub; Slax and Richard Baer. Harold Scheeley, Frederick Elks players are invited to the meeting. | )AY IS DEFEATED j Taking advantage of four errors. William Jennette and Allen Bear, i jfew Windsor defeated Dsy. 7-4. :n Club: Richard Stup. Optimist Club. { Tyson Lee. sponsored by Rutan Chevrolet of Westminster: Walter H. Clem, Frederick Lions Club; James Kemp. Bowers Lumber Co: Peter Shipley. Dorsey F Shipley Sports Goods: Leon Crummitt. M. J. Grove Lime Co. David C Pllson. fay J. a Heart of Maryland League baseball game at New Windsor on Sun- ' clay. The score: R. H_ E New Windsor 7 7 3 Day 4 4 4 ROOD and Price: Gartrell and H. j Hough. ! So inexpensive S O L I D - P A C K E D P U L L P I N T O « I T HE'S NOT ON OUR PAYROLL.., Famous "Ship'i Sun-Deck," »eo-water baths, bathing direct from hotel. Finest food. 250 restful rooms. American and Europecn Plans. Booklet. ATLANTIC CITT P«nntytvoroa A\»nv» Overlooking KacrrfwaHt TJ» Holfl at Many Happy JUfurm HOUSE PAINT 1863 ^ 1948 Bg/)fy-f7ve colorful y»ari of quality Certainly Does Last ALLEN G. QUYNN CO 1st and 2nd Races Window Closes 2:15 10 E. PATRICK ST. PHONE 19 POST flMi NOW AT YOUR DEALERS.. but we couldn't do business without him! 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