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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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No Drastic Meins, Please I JUST A MOMENT I U?-»SW» TO OM PLACE ss IN AKO «** rrt USE IT WHILE i 5TA4t Bur you KNOW H LET true AS USUXL.! ^~v --NCXU {F KE~ErA To IM / MUTT AND JEFF Well, At Least Jeff Found Parkins Space Pointers Stay | In League Lead j Point of Rocks staved undefeat- j «d atop the Maryland State League , with a 12-3 victory over Woodsboro, as Mt. Airy trounced Woodbine. 1S-1: Ijamsville nosed New Market, 9-S. and Liberty took a 9-0 forfeit from the Frederick Hustler Juniors, in games Sunday. of the Maryland State League. With Harvey McCutcheon holding Woodbine to seven hits while fanning 15. the Pointers had no trouble piling up 2 12-3 advantaRe over the visiting Lime Burners. A. and B. Hartman each got a trio of safeties as the winners clouted 17 hits to collect. A. and C. Hartman each poled a pair of doubles and R. Haines inserted a lusty triple. At Ijamsville. New Market had things all its own way until the home half of the "lucky seventh." A five-run third stanza gave the Market team a 7-3 lead at which Ijamsville chiselled with single runs in the fifth and sixth. Stockman, losing hurler. went ·well until the seventh which he entered holding an 8-5 edge. Then he blew up and was relieved by Mayne, .·with the game lost and onlv two away. "·Market AB. R. H. O. A. E. U. S. Senator HORIZONTAL 3 Depart 1.5 Pictured U.S. -i Chop 5 0 1 3 0 5 1 0 3 0 5 2 2 6 A. Burgee, 3b Page, ss 'K- Burgee, c Stockman. p-2b . 4 0 0 0 2 0 Hildebrand. Ib McClain. If Mayne. "b-p Wilfcins. cf ·I. Burrall, cf 5 2 1 4 0 0 5 2 2 3 0 0 4 0 2 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 Lake, r f 3 1 0 2 0 0 Totals 40 8 9 24 Ijamsrille AB. R. H. O. A. E. Jorden. 2b 4 Marty, cf _ -- 3 0 0 3 3 2 1 0 0 Linton. r f 2 1 0 0 0 0 Bowers, r f 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 - 2 5 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 12 0 1 Ramsburg. ss .... 4 Wagner. 3b 4 Oland. If 4 Grubbs. Ib 3 Holland, c 1 0 1 0 0 0 Hovermale. c .... 3 0 0 Castle, p Trout, p 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 Totals 35 9 8 27 12 5 Score By Innings New Market 0 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 0--8 Ijamsville 2 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 x--9 Summary: Earned runs--Ijamsville,. 8: New Market. 1. Left on bases--Ijamsville. 7: New Market. 7. Two-base hits--Wagner. Three- base hits--Oiand. Mayne. Home runs--McClain. Marty. Base on balls--off Castle. 1: Stockman. 1: Mayne, 2. Struck out--by Stockman. 4; Mayne. 2: Trout. 7. Hit by pitcher--Marty by Stockman. Losi n g pitcher--Mayne. W i n n i n g pitcher--Castle. Hits--off Trout. 8 in 6 innings; Castle. 1 in 3 innings: Stockman. 7 in 6-- innings: Mayne. 1 in I 1 -5 innings. Umpires-Strine and Pfeifer. Time 2:10. Scorer--Smith. senator 11 Light bca'.-; 13 Of Asia I5Hs:5! 16Gnrr,e ·enclosure loTiHi.ijr tool 19 Wheel hub 21 He is from (ab.) 22 Facts 23\V:r.d (corrb. form) 25 Scur.ds 26 Pnths 27 Scandinavian 23 Rhode Island (ab.) 29 Any 30 Platform 33 Stnir part 37 More domesticated 38 Judgment 39 Indians 40 Foot coverir." 44 Heavy cord 45 Neither 46 Mark cf disKrac? 48 Grcayc 49 Follow 51 Shovel? 53 Staid 54 Throv.- VERTICAL 1 Ci:bnn capital 2 Koush 5 Sharp point C EiwpJovcr 7 Metal " 8 Note of scale 9 Gasco\:r, copper,! nd 10 Hevolcd 11 V.'aierv.-ay 12 Polish river 14 Stop 17 Aner.i 20 Comes forth 22 Softer 24 Wiliov/ 25 For.T.er Suggested Play Con Beat This Contract Russian r'.ilers-52King of 30 Dazes Bashsri 31 Ar:v:cail!?s 43 German river 32M;!ct 46 Ocean 3-5 H;.:r bindings 47 Heady 35 Glimpses 50 Cadmium 36 Staggers (symbos) 40 Let it stand 52 Ar.T.y ordc: 41 Secrete (ab.) Rapee A QJ 10765 V A · A 9 * A Q J 4 Tournament--Neither vul. South U'cst North Easi ! A Pass 1 N. T. Pass 4 A Double Pass Pass Opening--* 6 ' OK., ©MME A BUCK / AND DOES THE-METES SAY? .- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ·yet. TffiSCE. ? ?M6 WtfVJStQ TO OSV *f± Ain't Life Grand? i By WILLIAM E. MeKEXNEY j \ America's Card Authority j r Written for NEA Service j : Today's hand, which was played j in the world championship masters j ; individual tournament, is one of 1 the most sensational hands to come j ; out of a championship tournament. | 1 happened to kibitz George i I happened to kibitz Ueorge i \-r--,--,--j---^, Rapee. of New York City, when j 1 '' '' / : he played the hand. It certainly i i-" 7 '?; f · looked as if West was correct in i doubling the four-spade contract. ; RED RVDER I and six of the nine players who ! : held the '.Vest hand did double, j Self Defense, Says Jake Carnival ^s ii r ®$w %3^H« Woodsboro AB. R. H. O, A. E. ; Powell, s s 4 1 0 2 1 1 ; E. Trout. 3b 4 0 1 2 1 1 Dorsey. p 5 0 0 1 1 1 COPS. 1»«* BT KtA SERVICE. INC. T. V. REC. B. S. PAT. OFF. -i-7 DID YOU FIX UP THiS YES,! HAV£ ti.nE TO TcLLYOU.RED/ H£ SAID HE GOT SHOT ACCIDENTAL/ ; At practically every table the bid- j i dins went as shown here. I i Against Kapee the six of clubs j was opened. East did not put up ! ' the king. He played the ten-spot, so South v.-cn with the jack. The i queen of spades was led and won by West \viih ti:e king. West returned the queen of hearts. Rapee won. cached the ace of clubs and j ruffed the small club in dummy j j with the four of spades. I j His next play was a diamond to j I the ace. then a small diamond was returned, won in dummy with the queen and the king of diamonds cashed, on which Rapee discarded Iwas'ruffelf' The » a sma » heart FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I At this point he ivas down to i the jack, ten. seven and six of | trump, while West was down to | the nee. nine eight, and three, j Rapee led the jack of spades, and i no matter how West played, he \ could make only two more spade I tricks. If he took the jack, he ! would have to u:\-e West another I spade trick. Tf he ducked.. de- I clarer would lead the seven of {spades. · T^se hand was discussed a great ! deal, as to whether or not any | defense v.-ould defeat it. and I ; believe that the following play. I which was not made by any West j ! player, will defeat the contract. · i Lead the kins of spades, and when i i it holds, continue with the nine of ] spades. Now declarer connot ruff j a club or sret in two club finesses, j However. I do not think that any cood rjlaver would svgest that line of defense without knowing i the hand. I MUSED THE S'JLLHT HOLE WITH IDDIN'H -- THE.V HE TRIED TO DRAW A GUN TO RO3 ME AN'D I GOT HIM WrfK MY POCKET DEx \r T»£ CORrUS DELICTI WAS O^E Or THE STAGE SAN'DiTS, I CALL THE KiLUN 1 ' SELF- TJ==E\'S£ AND GOOD \DON i UK£ IT, 3O\S/ TED WAS CUS PAL/ m o CK WiTH YOU AND HAVE H con. JMX iy,Ml* Organized H. Trout. Ifa Eichelberger. c. Houck. cf. .Hahn. If. Toms. 2b Miller, r f . 2 0 0 fliekinger. If. 4 0 2 6 0 0 ; "This is IVIr. Larncr--Mr. Larncr is with the bureau of missing persons!" 4 0 1 3 2 0 4 1 0 5 0 J 3 0 1 2 0 0 4 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 s 0 0 0 0 0 Wag:ier. cf . i McKenzie. rf : Totals .. 2 1 .1 0 ' Totals 36 3 7 24 5 4 Pt. of Rocks AB. K. H. O. A.E. White. 2 b 5 2 1 1 4 1 A. Hartman. If. 5 1 3 1 0 1 W. McCutch'n. 3b. 5 1 1 0 1 0 R. Haines. Ib. 3 3 2 8 0 0 H . McCutch'a. p . 4 1 1 0 0 0 C. Kartmon, c-ss. 5 2 - 2 5 0 0 Oders. ss 2 I 1 0 1 0 i B. Hartman 2 0 2 10 0 1 B. Hartman. cf. ... 5 0 3 2 0 0 Halier. r f . . . 2 0 0 0 0 0 Green, r f . - 3 1 1 0 0 0 40 18 19 21 10 2 '; Score b" ?r(n".nc" i Woodbine 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-- 1 ; ML Airy . 1 0 3 5 9 0 x--IS \ Summary: Two-base hits--Ha!!. \ Morris. Three-base hits--Main. · Home runs--Gartrell. Stolen bases j --Murray. Base on balls--Off j Morris. 1: Miller. 3. Struck out-I By Morris. 8: Miller. 3. Umpire-; Young. Time--2:00. Scorer--Norwood. American League Results Yr.Ucn.ay 'Philadelphia. 5: Washington, Detroit. 9: Cleveland. 0 Boston. 2: Ne\v York. 1 St. Louis. 7; Chicago. 6 'Called end S inninss. Games Today St. Louis at Detroit 'Chicago at Cleveland 'Philadelphia at New York 'Washington at Boston "Night game Standings Of The Teams ._ i COKEKS SWAMPED Ten walks and a home-run by N. Abrecht. proved r'ctermining fac tors in providing Dr. Peooer with a 12-4 victory over Coca-Cola. Tuesday evening, at the Baker! Park presentation of 'he City Soft- :· ball League. The win temporarily placed the Bottlers in first place of the recently started second-half standings and conversely gave the Cok- i ers sole possession of the cellar. The score: R. H. E. 4 6 ll 12 f) i , PKISCnXA'S POP Tyeryar and Murray; Anders and Holiand. LAR.D IS MERE. YOU PEOPLE/// WHATCUJ3? HE LOYAL AMD SSMCc AMD APPROVED ORD _ R OF JOLLY PRUNES P1VE M1MUTES AGO AMNH . wno WANTS LEMONADE ANMH .YOURSELF. SMITH.' WHO YOU TRYIMG- TO K'.D? ON YOUR. GROCERIES ' LARD WISHES H= WAS ER^/ Ton Next. SILK! NO! COMEBACK! NOT ME THEN n.L ATTEND TO MXf HAVE TWENTY MIU.ION VfflOLE 5KJRY ABOUT HOW KILLED PAULA GO, SILK. PIEASE/ NO MOSE Or Vice Versa ?/£/ that's rsc/fy quite 3 ccn/p/iffient--lfecaLise i-sf!dom ·ssv anything' good ^^ ' *'^??i. i. 6 3 Totals 41 12 17 2 Score by Innings Woodsboro 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-- 3 Pt. of Rocks 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 3 x--12 Summary: Earned runs--Pt. of Rocks. S: Woodsboro. 0. Left on bases--Pt. of Hocks. 7: Woodsboro. 8. Two-base hits--A. Hartman. 2: C. Hartmap. 2; R. Hartir.an. 3. Hartman, Trot:!. Toms. Eichelberger. Threa-base hit?--K. Haines. Stolen Bases -- R. Trout. Double plays--Toms, unassisted. Base on ^ balls--Off. McC-utcheon. 3: Dorsey. 2. Struck out--By McCutcheon15: Dorsey. 4. Hit by pitcher-Powell by McCutcheon. Wild pitches--K. McCutcheon. 2: Dorsey. Umpire--Crum. Scorer--J. Lambert. Time -- 2:20. .VRBAXA SPLITS ; : Urbana joftbnilers split a twin Cleveland '· bill with the Blue Moon team of Philadelphia Gaithersburg. Sunday, winning the New York opener 4-2 and croppjng the night- Boslor. ; cap. 4-3 in well-attended games at Detroit . Urbana. '· Washirj.ctort ' This evening, the Urbana club St. Lot::s '. takes on the Green Cheese nine. Chicago ' one o£ the strongest Montgomery ; county so'tbali teams, and five times out of seven contests, v.-inr.er · over Blue Moon. TonicntV ?sme '· at Urbana starts at ~ ix rr. DST: j . W. 42 45 41 36 3-5 32 26 23 L. 2S 29 30 32 37 39 44 Friday. 7:30 p. at Urbana, Bruns-.vick will be the visiting tear.-, and Sunday afternoon. 1:30 p. rn.. Uruonville will be guest. State B. B. League Kc-salts Sunday t. Airy. IS: Wocdbine. 1 Ijamiville. f: \ew Mavkoi. Pi. of Kecks. i2: V.'ecdtbcrcv. 3 ' Libeny. f: Frederick, u Forfeit Woodbinp Snaps. Ib WarSeld. 3b Duvall. ss Dayhoff. 2b .. Hall, c Miller, p Mills, If Butler, rf Earrison. cf .. Brightwell. rf Picket'., ? Totals Mt. Airv Perm. 2b Murray. 3b .... Gartrell. cf N. Butler, ss Watkins. Ib ... Boone. rf Main. If , F. O A. F 1 6 .0 O i 3 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 i Rational Leasi:e i | Results Yesterday | Cincinnati. 6: Pittsburgh. 4 ; Boston. 4: New York. 3 i Brooklyn. 5; Philadelphia. 0 | Cr.icago. 12: St. Louis. 10 Games Sunday Pt. of Rocks at New Market Frederick at Mt. Airy Woodjborn at Woodbine ! Ijarpsville at Liberty Games Today I "Boston at Brooklyn *Nev.- York at Philadelphia i Cincinnati at Chicago i 'Pittsburgh at St. Louis i 'Night game Standing Of The Teams W. L. . S 0 6 i 5 3 Standing Of The Teams O i i Pt. of Rock? ; Libeny Ijamsville Xew Market :?It. Airy Woodbine ... ; Frederick . Woods boro p ct CATCHES BIG BASS 533 : Maynard Hr.rpcr. R c c lv v i 11 e. .542 : formerly of Frederick, caught a : 536 · small mouth bass that weighed ; .433 three and three-quarter pounds in 433 the Potomse near Camp Kanawha. .478 Monday afternoon. The fi.h was : .458 : ^ e only one caiijht by the anglf r, i ,423 'u'ho w 3 -" 5 using minnows as bnit. ' iThe Potomac was rcnorled clenrins ; Egypt is virtuallj r rainless except i Tuesday and should be in good con- · Boston \ St. Louis ; Pittsburgh ... New Yir!c ; Philadelphia Brooklyn I Cincinnati ... 'Chicago \V. ... 42 ... 38 .. 3 i ... 34 33 30 L. 30 32 32 35 3S 35 39 41 3 0 0 0 ; 0 8 1 11 for a narrow strip along the Mod- j dition last of this week, barring 3 2 3 0 hterranean- more raia. fry, -ive.'i f If K isn't Radio Program WOR WMAt. WFt.VI, WFMt) Evening rort. !." Mirj. -- r.bc Network Sile-r.t Koar -- abc-eazt twt-Tr: :!ent ( 3 Jir. ?-- mlM--^as : ddies Hour ireycat) -- rr:bs-wcs 6:15-- Sport?: M::«ic Tln^e -- r.bc Yo;: .-.ri. ! . 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