The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 20, 1932 · Page 9
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May 20, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 9

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THE DAILY NEWS. FREDERICK, MD. FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1832. WINS Chief Bender Tries To Lift Erie Team From The Cellar Do You Remember 7 BY WILLIAM BRAfCHER NEA Strike S-ports Editor. Xea Yori. Miv 17 --Old Ch.-?! Bec- ;r £"il. is aear-nj a \y^ ieag'je um- . Pa a :araa ol ^he- v'^-.r" Try? iti3.ii ^«o OTMC^? ^^^s -^-^ r n* ;^s a»?jt hs rh-res at Erie msjor ar-:« two years has seen aiaie o~. onl" S'.e p.'.mers, ana Bender, viha ·-ras-d":.ie tr.ci ::; :9:o and 1911. wai one o*. those Th-? othf-s »ere Rube and IJ?It^ Groie. Binder and Gro^e are ta onl^ -"»o seen e'er to lead a zajor leas*je li ._ -ch-r-s '.'.*: straight years. Gr. .e pcrfv-asrd !h* feat last year and tr.* ..ear ociore Beside^ leading the Amer- j :raa Lcig-^ ^i 1910 and 1911. the ch-ef Bas Grov« rias a Sons way to go to ^c^al the \ro-dser5ttl lif*iime nsajor, league re-\rd caajpiled oy the wily' C.iippe»a. O-,er a stretch ol 14 jears. . froi" 1903 to 1917--ooi..ii2g the jear^ 1915 Trheu the chief j^imped to to* | Fc-ceral Lea?u«--Bender nan C05 gazies ana last. Ill Ye: the greatest n'^nber of -.ictories tae chief tamed m for an% one season »as 23 in 1910 Bender, one of the craftiest o! the old ^chojl of :j_rl*r». is a great developer of v-o^n; piicbers. One of the rirst things he tells a pitcher Is to "looser: up " "You can't h:t." says he. "iJ you strangle your bat Tilth a death jnp. YOJ can't get any o-stance ofl th« ice . :f your »-rists are frozen and your bc:r | is s:iS. You car-t boi»l successfully if | ;o - ^r orJjr idea, is u blast the pins out ' of the alley. I" takes rhythm." Bender eras a goif professional for · se-.eral :.ears. Ke taugr.i at the United States Nav e ls:tl» i.-ju'-i -.1 Uifur bout' bv 40.000 persoci- at Yankee ' Sharkcy I.cored Matoiicj, a j 7-5 fj\or.'o iine^ iUite» beiote Jiainiy .coliiiptec on his late- and »as comiteti _^ (X -* One T««r A_o Twlay--Sydney Koper , Tea yj|T3 jif7~tid»y--Exterinlai- Gtorse Voigt on ihe second s^ie anc ^:u'a-"- i^x "\ i a 133 poui-.dj !o elsnucated the Araer-caa Jro» ti» ! n^ t han J:"iy J .-.»s r.\al^. and valt- Bnush asst«ur golf ciujup-C 1 "*" 1 ' in a one up victory on the IStii of the fifth rouao. Voigt aas tlie jf tl» A Sporf Tips UK*! Harna.j ' lrr «ho a cour.ted pla »hor; for tiw ThunnuiJit the Frecienci Cj-an League arner, w^ii be out of tile luitup tnai ui ;s*i3 a r.i.uic. » t · im-uv or Wali«rr M '*'« t^'e-n 1 ti re,v:d all b\ | !-· ' ^» w -- ' · R., '·:· nd ,-iid A.bd:: ( , ,, - .i.-, ..s^n ani '.'i..r:-.,.· Hj.-- ~to o! n j Haai-ca? *t CfcurchUl Do»«s i^.-se G · n* for his sc.-o:-.ii ^f .l K O T C Drrr i it presftit and vva.aini: »·. liiviuout high j. j There or- ::. i? .lu«ii JaO 00J A fuddle 31*5 ·}' bees ai O." o :h Han- j aasthe ! Dan . to Gti=k relici !· - j i htt n H*^dai.h* o- any of tie Uu'r. na^Atc; p»ir » Ont zaa^L« yoa f?«-i yjn*. *o ti th«- ] ,^ store «od axk '«* M»ib»Cf. I* Tr.il "pick you up" at .r--. ''-'. * r^n»« Atz jovr cr^jcZ'^ ^r STANBACK by 9n» aod jet «kit ou ,»;ir '.o IV.via ».» dri'.ted b\ t\u\ EL LIABLE XAU1O SCBVICE ROGEE F. LIPPS LM'lEl K».I)IO i-tK',ICE, HOISE « I S IS*, I I X T I B E S 1NO KEFAiBi CHIEF BEXDEK. to only thai but he can ixwl a 200 _ _ w. .5 a bUIiard expert, a conned^....^ Academy" sn 19C3 and 1924 -ieur of diamonds and oiher jewels. ^ For several vears he a!so ·was Pennsyl- £ne conversational^ and it wouldn't ·sania stare" champion a: clay pigeon | surprise see to hear that he could pia;. snooting. " ' "Street Evening Star" on a trombone VMam Braucher The Olympic Games ai Los Angeles are still vieeks away, but toe Srsi pro- tesT, has been aired. Charles Dems. secretary o' the French Olympic cont- aiittee. thinks i; "mosi unsportJ2g" of the United States O'-jinpic authorities to deny Frecch a'-Me'es their daily Lt«r of wuic. ~ * * Keflection. It may be only a coincidence, and certarrJy is -i-o; offered as an argument against prohib.tica. but the only track \ic:ory scored by the TJciwd Slates in the 1928 Olympic Games at Amsterdam was tha; of Ray BarbuM. and Ray included trine m his diet. * * * Heavy Ho^an. Whatever James Prsnc^ Hogan. catch3r of ine G.ants eais or crinfes seems to turn qu.cklv into pounds. Franc-s has been h?i.ng troubte keeping his -weight beic^s 250 pounds, in sp:te or the fact. ;ha; Mr. McGran keeps 'r»m under close surveillance by scannms ^ e cmmg room checks ^ck Witon. rjr. \VUson cf the Brooklyn Boys also has c£3n having some li;tle annoyance T.-.th h_s wa^c line. noD to mention his batting average. Hack tkes po^toes and ^:e!I buttered bread. I; begins to appear thai the young man ·anil have trouble hitting the six of ius belt. * * * "Peanuts" Camera. While on large topics, i; is hard aj forget that the ponderous shadow of Prrroo Camera iKill appear on the hosing horizon again this year. How about a match for the obesity championship between Hogan. Wilson and Camera? By the way, did you kno-ar that Pruno has a greai way with a peanut or z banana' ·5- -^r r- 35 Cents An Hour. if z colored boy flashes across the Ime winner in one of the Olympic spun: e ents this summer, do not be surprised His r.amp tna be Ralph lletcalfe. i - ho a* the moment a working around the gymnasium at ilarquette University, at a st.pend of 35 cents an hour. The Friendly Game. A recent publicity dispatch from Notre Dsme helped to brsghten the day. 1C was: "Coach Heartly Anderson today expressed satisfaction with the showing cf his team and predicted a fair season next fall. Play was tagged in spots, but Anderson laid ths to the hot weather and the friendly nature of the game." Of course wnen the In5h start, becomir.; unfriendly, you may be sure the football season is under way ·s * * Discovery, Disturbing tidings are wafted from the coast where it seems there is a runner named Bob Kiesel of the University of Caufcrrua who does no; like to run. Kiese! admits he went out for tra:k because his parents and friends told lum he ought to do something for the dear old school. He does not want to run in the Olympic games because he does not see much fun in running. Well, I guess you can't send a man to San Quentin for that. * * * Those Phils. Have sou noticed how hot those Phils have been this year? After taking the Athletics in the spring city series, they started burning up the National League Bu; then a team with a pitcnsr named Reg-naid Grabowski may be expected to accomplish almost anything ax, that, I guess. * * * Yes, It WonM. Ail the baseball prognosticates are hiding their lights under a bushel basket these days with the dope well- scrambled. Wouldn't it be uproarious if the world series of 1932 should be staged between Detroit and Cincinnati? Eagles To Be Busy. The Frederics: Eagles baseball team f.-iil be busy over the week-end with games booked on Saturday and Sun'_ay. Saturday the local lodgemea win meei Union Bridge m the CarroU county town and on Sunday M:. Atry TS-J: be invaded l News advertising pays big dividends Invest in it. gSfeSaiijyetAi^fe«gyayi^ Banking Service on a personal basis I: I I I a i E believe that personal contact is the basis of satisfactory banking service, and we consider every customer as a friend whom we are glad to know and anxious to please. o Interest Paid On Savings I f I I i *·* ·£ § i i fe COMMERCIAL BANK OF MARYLAND '^^ Price! Low Price! Lowest Price! Very Lowest Price in Twenty Years! What of It? Anybody Can Quote a Price Lower Than the Other Fellow IT ISN'T ONLY THE PRICE It's What the Price Buys in the Way of Quality, Service and Lasting Satisfaction That Determines the Value! 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