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KS fi LEAGUES TO RED Co!. Ruppert Announces Babe Ruth WiH Have To Take Less. BRUSHING UP'SPORTS . . By Lauf er BROOKLYN CLUB ACTS Xe* Yarit. IXx: ths: :he 193-" ba --IndxaUons are : par roll -'" j~ -93- S3.000.- ab- ?.-:-'* SSO-000 contact - .he !' Col. Jacob Ruppert, " t h e YarJLees. aas announced -h ni-iK take a cut for 1932- Bonw CUase LlkelT. ^- o- ie c ur-Ufce'.y ^ha; ihe bis "-.?* tt-r.tract Â«Ut ca;! f o r ! iiiu seo. ooo-- possibly ^ih * ; K-- us ar-ir=Â«r.er.t thereby RÂ»!th can rirr. his c-d 'ialary 4 .f he has Â» brilliant ranied second to at S35.000. wttl be for^ ha " taat **" Ku-h -^s: Kt? Sr 19*-- "ilar-r O::HI- h-sh-palci s:ars who ex- rÂ»- .-cced c.:sappo^:Ung seasons in 5931 --Babe Herma=. Dazzy Vance. Glenn Wright. !?Â«? OTwol and Babe PceSps. or Brooklyr: Eddie Morgan, of Cterc Â· ls"d- IC-ovd War.er and Pie Trarnor, of the Pirates: Picker Whitney of the PhUs- Gabbv Kartr-cU. of the Cubs, ^id ^iroo iarSerry. of the Senaiors. included-- 3lÂ«o appear s^ted lor salary slashes. General Cat Looms. Directors of the BrooJ^yn club met Yesterday to consider sar-.es and while io official acnroncement -=.-as for.h- oomisg. K was indicated that a general reduction was rated. The RoMas of recent years have been one of the best-paying clubs in basebaE. with arerage players drawing oxwa double the salaries they would j earn etoe^bere. while Vance. Herman, j OTtooI Wright and Freder.cfe were , paid from $15,000 to S25.000. Nest j year, it is ianmated. no player on the | spiad Trill receive more than S15.000. The iMt-turter comBbxfr of Southern OaUfoÂ£ni against Notre T^itfif lM0 been *Â«!'Â« as th * oautandiac teasa sporte feat of the year. ThÂ»t victory 'or the CaiorzLans and their siaajh- i ter of Georgia placed Howard Jones' eleven as the outstanding team of the country, aad had it not been for the eariy-eeawtn defeat by Si. Mary's. Southern Cal would be the undisputed FREDERICK HIGH GIRLS TRIM DAMASCUS TEAM Visitors Are Overcome By 43 To 12 Score. The Frederick high Â·chool gfcjjf basketball team opened its season Tuea- | iÂ«ar. despite Tuiane's challenge, day afternoon oc the State Armory | which brrogs to mind that the eon- court with aa easy 43-12 victory over I querer of Soulbera California his be*n dropped from the Trojan's seaadoJe aess season. An the other 19S1 op- ponenu w21 be played again. Socn if :he price of victory. Loyola, of LOB Aoge3es, coached by Tom Lieb. the man who handled Kocre Dame in 192Â» when Rocfcae was sick, repjaee* St. Mary* on Southern California's adxte. fiCbooL Toe amounted to !itt more tb*e practice .'or Frederick, and Coach Hesa Harn vac gtve an opportunity to use numerous substitutes in an effort to find a winning combination The Orange aad Black's playing Â«Â·* spotty, due principally to the large number of reserves in the lineup. Evelyn Krantz, Chariotte HoTgian and Grace Eader took turns at fomrd and all had their eyes on the basket. The only apparent weakness cropped up at guard. Damascus didn't hare a chance from the start. Handicapped by the large size of the floor the smaller and less experienced Montgomery eounUans -\ere at a SOBS to halt the local sextet. Tee score stood 32-3 at h * lf time. The score: Damascus R. S. (12) G. F. Tp. Stanley, f. 5 1 11 Williams, f . O i l Gladhill. f . 0 0 0 King, c o o o Ml]cs. SC .~. .. 0 0 ft Peck. g. .. 0 0 0 Ward, g . - - - Â· . - - - 0 0 0 Brandenburg, g . 0 0 0 I Totals - 5 Frederkk H. S. (43) G. ._... 7 6 0 0 2 12 E. Krantz. f-g Hofftnan, f. j Marker, f ! Crum. c. : Eader. c-f. -------- ...... _ ..... 8 / Â«= ift-c ........ D. Ogle, sc. -. __ ~ Feaga. sc. ___ ... __ O. Krantz. f. _ Grove, g. Harris, g ..... 0 Â»Â«Â» 0 .Â»~Â» 0 0 __ , ___ 0 .. 0 F. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Â« Totals .............................. 21 Referee -- Anna Albaugh. Tp. 14 12 1 0 | 16, 0 1 o j 0 0 43 Better Than Ever 13 ta ^Â£cre^rÂ£ prospect;WEEK-END SPORTS CARD are for youngsters The for 1932 are for youags:ers who en- j 1ovÂ«d exceptitmal success. Pepper Mar- [ iin doubtless -win receive a substantial j -alse from t h e Si. Louis Cardinals. ' , ,, SnTor two other brSUar.t rookies arc I Football destined for similar treatment. TO MEET SILENT FIVE FOR FREDERICK FILLED And Soccer To Seasonal Attractions. Be LOCAL GIRLS WIN local Â·will be COBIT. M. C. Cmap'ii Rifles Not Discouraged By Trasses. Xot discouraged by their three de- icats lasi week, the Cresap's Rifles basketball team tonight wiH attempt to break into the win column for the first lane at the expense of the Silent Five. will be met on the State Armory atioa, 41 To 32. In a free-scoring same, the Frederick Y. M. C. A. girSs' basketball team defeated the Hagerstown Y. M. C. A. sestet in the local Y gymnasium Tues- cay nigat. 41-32. Kederick had the better of the Timing muca of the time and completeiv outplayed the visitors ia every pericxJ but tbÂ» second when several chaaess in the local lineup en- shied Hagsrstown to take the icad. With Baumgardner azd Albaugh, former his'ri school soaring combination. : a championship soccer game at Cadet Â· Field and a big football battle on tap at McCurdy Field. The soccer game i between tiie county's bitter nvak. Frederick and Brunswick, will be play- ; :ed at 2:30 o'clock. A crowd of more ; than a thousand is expected if the i weather Is Savorable. i A defeat for either team Sunday - will practicably ruin their second half an indication, the game should be a tossup. The Kay Jewelers defeated the Riflemen twice and the Y. M. C. A. beat them once last week, white the Silent Five opened its campaign Monday night on the short end of a 54-37 score in Charles-Town, W. Va. The Brunswick Independents run afoul of fast competition tonight ic Martinsbunr, W. Va.. against the In- pennaat aspirations. Frederick easily; ^^oven A. C. oÂ£ that place. The succumbed before the smooth team-1 Brun^cs; team got off to a flying plsy of the Brunswick eleven in the first round of the McFadden League.' cUckine in the last two periods, the j but since the second round started. Â·Washirktori count lass were put out of j the local team has been burning up --c ruT^-ir^ early. ' things. If Frederick wins Sunday only *~Ha5ert-Â«wrr scored first, but a field ; Clearepring stands in its way of vic- rjal and ~JouI by Albaugh put Fred- I tory. Feeling is always high when erics aliesd. Co'ntiniilnJ: to pass and i Frederick plays Brunswick and the 'hoot cleverly, the local" lassies led 10- ; booting addicts are expected to be out 6 at the end of the first period. Baum; in force. A neutral referee is being went back to guard in the sec- j sought. i quarter ar.d Kascrstown lost Ut- j S:. Mary's Celtic?, one of the best lime catling starred. Eilda Errist Â· professional football teams in this sec- visitors ir. the var. !8-lijtion. rvCi provide the opposititm for I tae Frederick Athletic Club at Mc- Â·aerit back to forward; Curdy Field Sunday. All their regular trdrd quarter a=d Frederick '. lir.eup of former coilegc stars except Joe SaTpripY ar.d Lcs McMcnamin will be ..j, , ,, Â«;"in-ennission. "' tbc start last week against Harpers Fern- arid on the strength of that game. Coach Harmon Jones feels he has an even chance of hailing the powerful Ir.terwovens. The star of the West ' Virginia team is "Sleepy" Glenn, for- = mer West Virginia University athlete. I After toriight there will be litUe bas- j ketball activity here until after the i holidays. "Nig" Grove espects to bring j his revamped G. L. Bakers back to Frederick one week irom tonight against a strong opponent to be announced today or tomorrow. He is dickering with the York Pros, who two weeks ago handed the Cumberland Caseys their first, defeat. Olson's Terrible Swedes were originally booked for i Do You Remember One Year Ago Today--Connie Mack, manager of the world champion Ath- Â«vics. spent his 68th birthday high np in Saibe park tower autographing baseballs as Christmas presents for patients ; 01 the crippled children's hospital. Red, White and Blue The Largest Selling Brand in Maryland Merry Christmas THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION Modern Pharmacy DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE 208 i Five Tears Ago Today--BJdle Col--J tins, veteran second baseman deposed ; It's ;ot to be good and this fa- brand is the best money manager of the Chicago White Sox. , re2ar JIess of price. The I signed a contract with the Athletics. can DU J regÂ»ruÂ»eÂ» u F , r.-ith. whom he made his major league icbut 20 years before. Collins was contracted as an alternate for Max Bishop ! at second base. Ten Years Ago Today--Official American League pitching honors for 1921 v.cre bestowed upon Urban (Real Fa- i2r. star right-hander of the White Sox, who worked in 43 games, pitched 331 innings, gave 87 bases on balls and struck out 124 for an earaed-run average of 2.48 runs per game. leader for the last five years and ills the story. The price been reduced to meet the I has i times. The annual Canadian catch of halibut amounts to more than. 30.000,000 pounds. ON SALE AT THE LEADING GROCERS overtook '-"no Washington coua- Sweeney Ir tr." ^t two periods the j on r.ar.d. Members of the visiting j December 30. but were moved up to j iirdr t "'-ibaueh combination j team who are \vc"J kno-a-n to local pig- ! January 13. The Frederick A's will not j """ "AS" tfhen they play-|s'ica fans are "Sk'.r.ny" Price and the j play nere again until next month. j the: Hcr^Icy brothers, all cf whom hare ! played here. The kiekoff if scheduled for 2~30 o'clock. Let Us Help You make your dollars go further and give more satisfaction. DYEING eci is r^gb sclÂ»r-'.. AlbaagS Ice faaZl to Jxr r^nn;r^ mate. Tec score: Frederick T. M. C. A. (41) G. F. 5 2 _ -13 0 0 Tp. 3a-Jrngarnzier. 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Neither team was in par- j ::c-.:!ar'.y good form, only Roderick and , Jeffries ho'.dir.sr vr- 'Â· cood score; The score Friendships Baker, 36 SS : o.s QUAKER FREDERICK'S OLDEST, BIGC CLEANERS AND $1.00 CITY FREDERICK'S OLDEST, BIGGEST AND BEST Frederiek with Pu ^ THE POST ^::h a g'.aririg ifeakrsess at shortstop Â·,;u'.ess sew talent is obtained by ^ur- y s - i chase or trade. Wben Barney Drej - K *"'' tass reflects Â»aat once upon a time ht J c'.ub had t;;.!e to Joe Crania, of the ^ Nsw: Ha'. Rhync. of the Set! Sox, Tbo aa* the best Seldua; siortstop in tlx :carc m 193:: aad Diet Bartcli. short:".e:d star of tie Phillies, this depart- ^xr.t begms to understand why Dreyfus fired his '.ast two maaigers. 102 79 og 100 HOT TEN TOTS (Morning) . OR. . 303 500 IX.VGCE ^ Kesnlts. Fr.sr.dsiups Pepper M.\nir; i5 voted tbe outstand- LHS uxLnd'ia". porfoncer of Cie year I9G; -^i spor^.by 75 cf 13! sports expert?, r.oi in^:-jiing tie iinanacous vote of 'be PraUaeSpiiia Ath^eucs aad the stufied taCot of M:ctey Cocaraac ^articular. Bat rert-iin --r.Tid'oais rcc- oc3Â«se thc.r otrr. choices for outstana- :rÂ»* ?sr:onaer^ for ".35;. Ttc Notrr Dss:c ta^i votes 'jr Jchnny Biker, the Sv;;:hera Cilir?r^;a ^uard. ran Eai votes for BUIy Barkc. -b;ing ictes for Max West Pciir.: votes !or Barry Wood and Harvard votes fcr .Vt:^ B^oth. Chjci Meei:ar; viVÂ«! far tw student editor of Coiumia Spectator. H P ll THE NEWS Evening) Frederick County's Home Newspapers Vouag w j y i if B:. T. r 35 Gc^.t r. O: .Â·;-:Â·. has pcrc." ,l SOU.oOO.OOO to an YORK HILLSIDE COALCOS COAL You burn Hillside coal like yon BUILD ON BEDROCK-- :ertain of DEPENDABILITY. Of.\RAXTKKO !.Â«Â«Â« POCNDS TO THE TON- BEST QC.U4TT SOMERSET KCX OF MTXK, S5-tÂ« TOM HILLSIDE COAL CO. A ft' n Â« i n A n S A f X A Â« * Â« ^ rt* f I n A X Â£ To tie son or danghter away at college; to a friend who Â·was a former resident of Frederick or to anyone. We send an attractive card to the pers*a wfco is to letene tbe paper. Give Electrical Xmas Gifts They Are Most Useful Our Store Will Be Open Every Evening Until Christmas SHOWING A COMPLETE ONE OF TOASTERS PEBCOLATOBS WAFFLE IRONS ELECTRIC CLOCKS EASY WASHERS UNIVERSAL AND HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGES GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS SUBSCRIPTION RATES WATER STREET PHONE 39 FREDERICK, Mft. i K Ji : S Three Months $1.00 I One Year $4.00 The MODERN LIGHTING CO.! 216 North Market Street Frederick, Md.