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l**w«, Frederick. Mt. Mtedfay. Jmly 12. IMt Braves Win; Indians Split New York. July 11 ypj~Six of th« eight pitchers OB the American Frederick Splits Two The reorganized Frederick team of the Maryland State League, split 'American League Saturday fte»«lt* ·New York. 5: Washington. 2 Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 0 Detroit. 5; Chicago. * Other clubs not scheduled. ·10 innings. Walkers ville Downs Leaders A3. R. 1 1 0 1 1 1 H. O. A. £. Feller Criticized For His Withdrawal afternoon, dropping the open- 1 League's all-star team saw actloc today with Cleveland's Bob «.No-_ __ ^ Hft Lemon turning in the best i ej% g-0 but coming back" to wuTthe performance. [nightcap, 4-2: while Point of Rocks.! . _ . . . _ , . Lemon turned in his 13th victory ] Liberty and Woodsboro were tak- i 'first game 10 innings. and sixth shutout in pitching the } i n g twin victories from New Mar-' 8-7 . Louis. 3-0: Cleveland, 2-5 Washington. 9: New York, 4 Detroit, 5; Chicago, 4 2 11 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 St. Louis, July 11 Feller's withdrawal 0 0 1 0,'awaits final 0 0 j several ailing stars. t« a 5-0 three-hit triumph over the St. Louis Browns in -the second game of a twin-bill at ket. IjamsviUe and Woodbine. Not too well accustomed to each j other's style of play, the young i Games T»day (Open date Ranneberger, ss .. 5 Keller, 3b ... . 4 H. Lenhart, cf-c 4 J. Kelly. 2b . . 4 j j Soper. If 4 ! Walkersville upset the Tri-Coun- '. Plunkard. rf-cf .. 4 Uy, Baseball League dope bucket, j Snyder, lb 4 0 i Sunday, defeating league-leading ', Tobery, c-rf 4 0 | Damascus. 3-2. In other games of ' £ Wagner, p 2 0 · the loop, Lovettsviile swamped ^* Lenhart, p .... 1 0 i Buckeystowo, 16-5: Middletown Strailman, p . . . 1 0 I beat Doubs. 7-2 and Brunswick '· i beat Creagerstown on the losers' Totals . . . . 37 5 ~ 9 .home grounds, 8-4. Score By Innings ; Cincinnati Reds, "who arrived early Scoring in every stanza after the Lovettsville 0 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 4--16 j for tomorrow's major :eague meet- ! Some 140 Montgomery countv taxieab drivers last week asked to i have their money back. | The county commissioners re- j Tues- ; ceived a letter from the hackers' I I NOAH · --------- CRAMER SON CITY HOMES FOR SALE ' Six room modern brick residence" 'o. 3 West Seventh Street. ~ ' · M- a hornet's nest of discontent baseball front which still · were requested for the registration ! Modem residence, six rooms Hospital reports on ; and license fees paid since la«t' eat - h a r d w o o d fioors «*-a.~c ' . -. , ,. *^ . . . . : Grounds Iar*rf«*-a,^»H «-;*( under the and j bath. West Third Street. Imrnedia'i j James R. Miller, in which refuiMJi j possession, owaer chansiiij jfeidencel' Cleveland. The Browns beat Bob j Fredericktonians, erred five 'times '. Feller, 3-2, in the opener on horn- j against the airtight defense of Mt ! Cleveland ers by Rookie Dick Kokos and Les = Airy in the £irst game but Pitch( . r ; phii^ip Moss. . iGeiser allowed only six hits to' New York The first place Indians remained lhe v i ctors _ ; Boston a half game ahead of the second j M eanwhUe. Pitcher Morris of Mt i Detroit place Philadephia Athletics as the ^^ turned , 14 y reder i ck bat . · Washington A's divided a pair with the Boston ; Sers via the s . r j keout route The . Sj L^^ Red Sox in Philadelphia game was c!ose until the seventh Chicago All-star pitchers Joe Dobson of , snni when , he hon , e cJub h ^ the Red Sox and Joe Coleman o f . over four more ' : first, the Virginians piled on 18 Buckeystown 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 -- 5 ; ings. ! hits in swamping the cellar dwell- ' Summary: Earned runs-- Lovetts- I "If the p!avers don't want to " ' J 23 j ing Buckeystown nine, despite the ville, 10: Buckeystown. 5. Left on ' show more interest in"this game p ct ,home club rushing in three pitch- bases--Lovettsville, 10; Buckeys-' - - - - - 8 jg ; ers to stop the rout. town, 5. Two-base hits--Fleming. .600 Middletown paced a devastating . Cooper 2, Snyder 2. Kelly. Three: .579 ' defensive .with two speedy double ' base hits--Foster. Potts. Ambrose. .527 killings to beat Doubs although the ' Cooper. Home runs--Soper. Sac- · 'we'd have more all-star players.' .513 ' opponents equally divided a score rifice hits--Coope'. Stolen bases-- Giles knows from experlecne -; °° ° .447 · of hits between the/n. ; Fleming. Potts. H. Frye, Foster 3, * or ^:s ex-shortstop. Eddie Miller, I Rr * on -33-J it was a case of too many errors Ranneberger. R. Lenhari. Double : mijsed three straight all-star | *- ioa or .319 by the home club at Creagerstown, ; plavs--Ranneberger to R. Lenhart Sa«»es. ,, ! HAROLD - i., AV , wlasB . «*P ckl . v ^ | ? ver . ."» Couns el F. Eercard Welsh or _ nis u r f - t consideration. Coua- 1 -^ Alexander Hancock For furi-ier particulars. app2y: ; 3TOAH E. CRAMER SOX Realtors H4 x. Court S;. Frederick. ML- aesitate to consult this of- Automobile Oxnpertxa- otber Insurance matters in ·- x-. one iSjied ^ premises or thru voir activity or game the A's saw action in the first game ; which the Sox won. 9-8. in 10 innings on Dom DiMaggio's double. The A's won the finale. 7-5. by virtue of a six run sixth inning rally. The game was called in the eighth because of the Sunday curfew law. *t game: R. H. 0 4 6 6 Geiser and H. Groff; Morris and Rational League earre- gan ' e 5 Saturday's Results 0 Brooklyn. 15; New York, 10 Chicaso. 4: Pittsburgh. 2 Boston. 4: Philadelphia. 3 Cincinnati. 4; St. Louis, 3 E : * ; . . . Col|jflower and H c may start for the Amen^n League Waj . ner and Schee j all-stars, gained crea:t for a o-4 ; *· . * H. 6 . , . Mt. Airv · 4 o ' Sunday's Result* At Detroit. Hal .Nexvhouser. who : CoUif f ower and H c 7 ro{T . Gar{ - New York. 3, B.ookJyn. 2 Chicago. 1; Pittsburgh. 0 Cincinnati. 1; St. Louis 0 over the Chicago White Virgil Trucks and Art j Woodsboro Breaks Jinx Houtteman pitched the last t-.vo ; Breaking the jinx which has kept innings to save the game for Mew- ; them from getting into the win houser who now has won 13. | column even once previously. The Washington Senators came ; Woodsboro defeated Woodbine - Boston, S; Philadelphia. 4 i Doubs i R. Cook, lb ! Titus. If SSpecht. c-rf j WUJard. p · Davis, ss · Kolb. 3b 'A. Cook. 2b ; Dutrow, c 'Shook, rf .. Woods, cf .. AB. R. H. O. A. E. ner. 3: Lenhart. 1: Strailman! 2. Hit " da - v fae never again would give! 5 0 0 9 0 0 bv pitcher--H. Frye by Wagner, j FeJ!er a oid ^ -°^S as he had any FRUSHOUH 2« West Patrick St- Pbone I»55 Frederick. Md modern protection. 27 X Court S: DAVID O- GRIFFIN INSURANCE Phoae 6OO G. H. MERcisa SONS 5 4 Tt .3 4 4 0 2 0 0 Wild pitches--D. Lenhart. Losing connect-on with the game. 1 o pitcher--Wagner. Winning pitch- Feller asked to be excused be- j 2 0 er--Ambrose/.Hit^-off Strailman C3Use h « was due to pi:ch today j 2 1 0 in 1 inning: Wagner 1' in 6^and d;d not th!nk he ' A ' ou!d °* «» 1 innings: Lenhart 6 in 0 Umpire--Pfieffer. 0 , Time--2:45. 0 0 innings Scorer-- Grove : to another appearance in two days, j He did HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE 4 room mcdern bungalow, steaia heat, im^iediale poss. S7.COO 6 room .-nodern brick d-A-g. in '.Vest- ' , era section, hardwood Soors. s:ean : -J!n sicker, cemen: basement, garagfj ; 4 room modem hursgalo 1 · steam hea:. hardwood floors. Games Today (Open date I from behind and beat the New j twice yesterday on the losers' home ' Ros'on York Yankees. 9-4. scoring four ; diamond, by scores of 7-3 and 12-5. ! pj Standings Of The Teams E. o! I Chicago 33 42 43 W. 4G runs in both the seventh and : The Woodsboro visitors seemed like ! St^Lou^s ?q eiehth innings to win. j a new club, hitting their way to j jsfew York ?r Walt Masterson of the Senators j victory in the opener and forcing | Brooklyn is and Joe Page of the Yanks, mem- {the breaks by capitalizing on j Cincinnati V- bers of the dr-am team were treat- [Woodbine errors, although outhit! Philadelphia 36 ed roughly. Masterson started for | j n the nightcap. i Chirac ·· the Senators and left the eame in ;· First game: R. H the seventh trailing. 4-1. Page al- j Woodsboro 7 13 lowed four hits and walked a bat- j Woodbine . 3 9 2 i ter in less than an inning in a re- ; Dixon and Eichelberger; PicketT | lief role. s and Hall. No member of the National ; Second game: R. H E ' Results Saturday League's all-star pitching staff: Woodsboco 12 7 j i Woodsboro. 5: B. R. Summit. 4 pitched today but two hurlers. Ken ] Woodbine 5 10 5! Damascus. 16; Thurmont. 3 Raffensberger of Cincinnati and : Dorsey and Eichelbcrger Miller i Taneytown. 18; Mt Airy. 5 Russ Meyer of Chicago, came up : Brightwcll and Hall ' " ' """ ' ' " with all-star performances. | Raffensberger pitched the Reds [ to a 1-0 one-hit victory over the : Liberty Beats Ijamsville Cardinals in St. Louis. Marty i IJamsviHc slipped twice as Lib- Frederick County- League : Totals 37 2 10 I Middletown AB. R. H. ; Brandenburg, cf 3 0 1 p c , ; Marine. 2b 1 0 0 2 59Y . Oh!er. l b 3 1 1 3 527 - Strou P. 2b-lb . . . .5 I I 4 '503 : Keller, s s 4 2 1 1 "403 j Lutz. r f 5 1 2 0 " 4 g G : Stroble. c 3 I 0 10 ' 431 : Shafer. 3b .. ~ - - ' 4R - D. Rudy. If ; 43 :[ Ze-gler. If _ Crone, p . . ~ - -· Harmony Ties For E" First Half Title ; pftcher. He has an eight-man Frederick. When buying or selling real 57.5OO. 2 0 0 ; squad, having named Joe Dobson i ^ te be sure to c ^^'-'- with 1 i Harmony tied for the first-half ' : °- Boston to replace Feller. New- ,' tity Soft- " °ouser lost four of his first f:ve j 5 1 1 .... 4 0 o '· championship of the Coun.. 3 i ball League, by defeating Ballen- Dut tnen r « e! ed off seven wins in | 5 0 i 8 e r. 10-1. in a postponed game a row 0 o i Playoff at the losers' grounds. Sun- -,..,,,,.,,... 0 0J ^ a y afternoon. ] fSlMlLiiS 2 0 It was the only tilt of the circuit i HOWARD A. CROSS Realtor i Phone 377 9 Court S:.. Frederick 33 ac-res. ·; Rii-es -.vest of ctv 7 room d-.veUJ.-5g. L-nrnediate pass."$8.000. GRAYSON H MERGER SONS Real Es:ate Loans Insurance Pythian Castle Bidg. Phone 537 0 0 .' trying to settle first-half standings I NOTICE TO BIDDERS FORM OF ADVERTISEMENT P. B. ROOP RALPH w. BOYER · i Totals Driefe ewelling on Military 35 7 10 27 j Score By Innings j of the league schedule another · j Doubs . 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1--2 I week, in order to have Jeffer.- ui , i Middletown 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 x--7 i al ! Harmony battle it out for first Summary: Earned runs--Doubs,: half winner., Sunday. i Street School Building. East Church · I Other game not reported. : ^ Games Saturday | Woodsboro at Union Bridge P. B. ROOP Phone S5-J New Windsor. Md. j Home runs--Keller. Stolen bases | He was ablv Lutz. Stroble. Shafer. j siyely by G. Tyeryar "amPR. Cline. § nfT^n = n i, ma * cus '. f.'. VI, , m m l t ?,. . e ^ own i ~° OQS °° r ° · Mt. Airy Marion singled in the fourth for! ert " pulled closer to undefeated j the lone Card safety. It was Raf- j Point of Rocks, by winning both j fensberger's second one-hit triumph I ends of yesterday's double-header \ over the Cards this season. He nre- j a t Liberty. 7-6 and 12-4. j viously stopped them on one blow j In the first game. Rice's homer on May 31. | n the bottom of the sixth was the Meyer hurled the Cubs to a l-0|«'inntng blow. Smith's relief two-hit triumph over the Pitts- pitching was mbst effective, he be- ; burgh Pirates in Chicaeo. Andy ! ing credited with the win. ! Pafko's 13th homer of the season j In the second tilt. Liberty got off T in the seventh inning accounted for j to a fast start, scoring five times j YJ · vn the lone run. j in the first and second stanzas, i - - mOn . The league-leading Boston Braves ; then paced by home runs hit by took advantage of the Pirate and j Lewis and R. Myers went on to Card setbacks by beating the Phil- · score twice more in the fifth and adelphia Phillies. 9-4 at Boston to j another four tallies in the seventh stretch their margin over the run- First game, ner-up Pirates to five-and-one-haK j Ijamsville games and to six over the third : Jorden. 2b plT-e Cards. i Martz. cf The New York Giants regained · Bowers, rf fourth place from Brooklyn by i Ramsburg. ss beating the Dodeers. 3-2 on Jack [ Wagner. 3b fcnwa^'s ninth ir.nins homer at i Oland. If New York. Both Dodger funs; Grubbs. lb on round-triopers by George Kovermale, c Thurmont at Mt. Airy Taneytown at Damascus ·Double plays--Keller to Stroup to \ The " former clouted four-for-four ^?=l. ar - d Payment bond or bonds. Xo · H.W. fl. TUe" "bath ~Yau"co"-icreTe""cS" i Ohlcr: Keller to Ohler. Base on f and the latter added to Ballenaer's · bl ^ bo! M ! m11 b $ required. j -ar. laundry tubs. G. I. App Hariv and read aloud, successful biddei to furnish satisfac ar.d payment bond or bonds. Xo : M. D. HARP AGENCY · balls--Off Willard. 5: Crone. · Struck out--By WiUard. 5 Standing Of The Teams i W. L. Pct. ; ~ 1 .875 .667 .625 i Brunswick AB. R. H. O. A. E. .625 i Deener. ss 4 1 3 1 1 1 j Struck out--By »· 5:IarQ. D; Crone. | homer with two sbosrd · 7. Passed balls--Specht, 1: Stroble. j Harmony sewed up the tilt in the "i 1. Hit by pitcher--by Willard.,' second inning, with three runs off : I O#»,*t.l n * \ T T _ « _ ~ : c*» ·_ ' .t . "**-j vl^ i and specifications includ- .' poss. mdrrs. Brick dwell. Located ... 4 .. 5 ... 5 .. 4 ... 3 ... 1 . 0 3 3 4 4 4 8 e, M , I StrOb!e. 2.1 Umpire -- Shook. ; the same number of hits. Time -- 2:10. Scorer -- "Bill" Adams.; The score: R TT TT A*. Harmony .................... 10 12 Ballenger Ropp and set of documents so obtained. The : amount of deposit will b* refunded -p [when said drawings and specifications i-«. _ nfck *-At» 1-1-1 A^-I ! n ~f.f.^ -~._J--_ i ___ *. ^1 __ __ - _« AB. R. H. O. A. E. 4 3 4 4 3 3 3 Shuba and Carl Furillo. I Castle, p 3 Tri-County League Results Yesterday Lovettsville. 16: Buckeystown. 5. Brunswick. 8: Creagerstown 4 Walkersville. 3; Damascus. 2. Middletown, 7; Doubs. 2. Games Wednesday Night 0 0 1 1 1 1 i ! Garrett. c 3 2 .500 .200 I Grams, cf 4 .000 : Dawson. p 5 j Lewis, rf 5 j Bowers, lb 4 ! Cooper. If 5 1 0 Earl 1 1 4 ^ j Blank and R. Easterday . 1 4 R. Cline; houses on W Pat. SU :d E 2nd Street. Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located, i RALPH W BOYER : BOYEH INSURANCE AGENCY I Frederick Representative For Murray C. Socn N'o 7 *C Court St Tele S214 ^PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Could y 0 a Use S5000 -- S1500O -- S250.00 or more in cash beJp meet the expenses whlct of year* vou to on us. for ' 0 16 2 0 3 7 Heart Md* League 3 0 2 0 j Bucfc ey s town at Walkersville. National Leaine The score: R. Brooklyn 2 New York 3 H. 7 8 E. i Totals 0 ! o; Libertytown 29 6 9 18 7 3 AB. R. H. O. A. E. i Lovettsville at Doubs. Games Xext Sunday rsville at Lovettsville. Creagerstown at Middletown. Damascus at Buckeystown. Doubs at Brunswick. Totals Crcagerstown Plummer. If .. E. Lare. c F. Long, rf .... | Martin, lb .... · Kolb. ss 40 AB. 3 .... o .... 4 4 ....4 E. Long. 3b _ . 4 G- Lare. p 4 " I Results Yesterday JJ j Broad Run, 6: Thurmoat." 4 0 j Myersville, 17: Florence. 0 - | ML Airy, 7; Day, 1 PEOPLES KITCAKCF CO. 11 North Court St :A home Small Loan Cs.i 14 27 13 3 H. O. A. E. »io innings. I Biser. 2b 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 6 -"Games Next Sunday New Windsor at Mt. Airy" Myersville at Dav opening date. EUGENE W. PRUITT. Secretary THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF FREDERICK COUNTY * . o?. 2 car garage, bam and all out- I buildings in 8ne condition. Immed poss. Priced to sell. 4 0 j Broad Run at Pickett's Cor C) 3 2 [Florence at Thurmont 3 1 j 0 o ! Standings Of The Teams 3 2 1 W. Roe. Ramsdell and Campanella. Hodges; Jansen and Cooper. Nash, ss 4 Repo. If 3 ': Garber. lb The ocore: R. H. E. I Lewis, c Cincinnati :.. . 1 7 1 j Cramer. 3b St Louis 0 1 ' 0 , Getzandanner. p Raffensberger and Lamanno;! Smith, p Erazle and Baker. ; Strawsburg. cf . -- i Myers o-f The score: R. H. E. j Pittsburgh 0 2 1 , Totals o; "I Totals Standings of the Teams W- L. Pct. J QOQ 33 4 j Broad Run i 27 15 6 i ^ evt " Windsor 6 0 j Damascus 13 Middletown 10 . ------ .... .. .., ....... J V 11 j Lovettsville .............. 8 0 i Brunswick 7 1 ° I Walkersville . " 5 . " " j Creagerstown . f 0 ° I Buckeystown . . . i 6 10 11 '' ......... Score By Inninzs j Myersville .............. 6 Brunswick . .. 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 2--8 ! Mt - Air - .................. 6 Creagerstown . . 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 -- 4 I Picketfs Cor ........ 5 Summary: Left on bases -- Tnurmont .............. 2 , i " ! Brunswick. 9: Creagerstown, 9. j Florence ":£j Two-base hits--E. Lare. Deener. i Da ' ,, _ | Garrett Home runs--P. Kolb. i ~ Garrett L. 1 1 2 4 4 5 6 Pct. .875 .857 .667 .600 .556 -286 FOR VOUR ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK and HOUSE WIRING SEE HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1601 . . j I 2 four room dwellings located just : » ^'o^ern -a-ell eqmpped hwv. res ! 3 miles from Frederick. Both owners = ^ urant specializing in chicken stea must move , properties | S3.100 arid ! . M. D HARP AGENCY j Pythian Castle Building Phone res- k Gordon W Spurrier--Broker Howard S. Fink--Rep. . . . . Complete kitchen and dining rm. equipment fixtures · included for quick saie. A quick =tart 3 -^ I Biser. Garrett. Stolen 29 7 f- . . »- ; taloctm INetmen Win Debut The score: R. H. E. 4 12 ^ 9 14 " Donnelly, Simmons. Rowe and _,. Seminlck: Spahn. Hogue, Potter. inree-base and Salkeid. I Lare. _ . - -- . 10 21 6 0 C! U ca « 0 · - · - · · ,, - * ' ° ; Score By Inninss Bonham and Klutte: Meyer and Ijamsville . ... 2 0 1 0 3 0 0--6 · T» 1Q/1» Scheffing. : Libcrtytow-n . 0 1 3 0 2 1 x--7 i A ^-*O viMeT^er^vt'o^n TT^TM' I CSt ° CUn C ° Uatry CIub racque- ! G ' v j.ie. o, i_«ioeri\ io\\ n. o. i^ctt on tccrs tnarf* th^i*- tQjft + j - wl^, ibetyt ^ WI I: 6 " '' 3t h ° mc Sunda v afternoon^ with"a : Wasmcr. Garber. , narrow victory over Baltimore ' tjOVCttsvnlc Oland. Home i Homeland C. C. bv a margin of I Fleming, c runs--Martz. Rice. Sacrifice hity-- \ one match. " mar S' n Hovcrmalc. Stolen bssep--TJ«*r»T i P»im-i nrr *..*^n__ A . . . · Detroit. July 11 i--Ann Curtis. 1 ' I Long. F. Long. Anders. Base on ! San Fr a n cisco star, bettered Olymp- i ·° 33 balls--Off Dawson. 2: G. Lare. 1. ! lc record time in winning her heat j Struck out--By Dawson. 7: G.! m . the 400-meter free st-le in 5! Lare. 3. ^it by pitcher--Plummer. | minutes 25.9 seconds Saturday in! Shaffer. F. Long fay Dawson: i preliminaries of the final trials for j I Bowers by Lare. Losing pitcher-- j places on the U. S. Olympic team. ! Umpire--Warrenfeltz. j Scorer--H. Fore- I h.ts AB. R. H. O. A. E. . Great Salt Lake is fed by four I ! rivers and numerous minor' streams and has no outlet | OUTBOARD MOTOR KO\V AVAILABLE SHIPLEY'S SPORT STORE 103-105 N. Market St. 5 2 American League First game: R. St. Louis 3 Cleveland 2 H. 5 5 Feller T . _ -Repp, j Playing excellent tennis the ' M entzer. If ,, Lew.s. Base on ball.=--off Castle. I equally proficient neJters halved i Cooper. 2b 4 E. -: uetzandanner. 1. Struck out-- the six singles matches Catoctin's ' L - Potts, lb 4 1 by Castle. 4: Getzandanner. 2: : doubles teams won two out of : H - Fr 'e. lb 5 I , Smith. 2. Hit by pitcher--Reop by i three matches to give the local · Danner. rf 4 and ; Castle. Winning pitcher--Smith. I courtsters the winning marsin i Foster, ss 5 Hits--off Getzandanner. 8 in 4=^ · The singles events were won as ' Ambrose, p .. 5 E.-innings: Smith. 1 in 2'i innings, j follows, giving the names of * he : Eylcr. 3b 1 0 Umpires -- Tramn and Hargett. ; visiting players . second in each n CTrtA--^.-- T _ l . r*i- -- -- _ ' * _ » _ -. ^ , . _ i»«»w** Fanrtin and Moss: Hegan.. Second game: R. H. St Louis 0 3 Cleveland 5 7 Shore. Stephens. Widmar. B:s can and Partee: Lemon and Tip-1 Second game: R. ton, Hegaa | Ijamsville 4 6 -- j Liber'ry 12 1} First game: JL H. E^ = Trout and Hovermale: Smith and ,' Rice S 0 ?, 10 ?,'-- ! Lewis. R. Myers. Philadelpaia 8 11 l i Dobson. Ferriss and Tebbetis: Pointers Win Two Brissie. Harris. J. Coieman, Scheifa ] By landslide scores. Point 3 0 3 2 1 16 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 Si o i MEN W A N T E D Hudson'Supply and Equipment Co. BTJCKETSTOWX, MB. Nfo experience necessary. Good pay. Bonus. Steady work. Time and one-half for overtime. Vacation pay anrl paid holidays. " / j MURRAY C. BOHN ; 53-A. 6-room frame house, electric.; i water at house S= barn. aU bidgs. un-' i der metal roof, fair repair, some tim- jber. good meado-.v. 2nd. grade dairy, jhalf hay crop and 2 acres tomatoes' igo v.-ith farm, early possession. Owing j to age and sickness this place has been · reduced for quick sale to only 35,500. ; Owmer desires quick sale. MURRAY C. BOH2? Real Estate Phone Gnion Bridse. Md-. S-3 HARRY E. MOHLER There's nofhinq //h ·e a 0 ; Scorer--Johnson. Time--1:50. H. match. Mel Partridge defeated · Totals 42 16 IS 27 15 1 ; Charles Brooke. 6-3. 6-3; Max Me- 1 E. ; Cardeli downed Robert Delauriey ' 116-0. 4-6. 6-1: Buddy Radcliffe loVi 1 . to Ed Stegman, 3-6. 4-6: Lloyd (i , R:ce defeated Dick Cavanaugh j 6-4. 6-2: Bob Clapp was beaten by" : Frank Roberts. 3-6. 3-6: Jack Ken! ncdy lost to Milt Vandenbcrg. 2-6. of 5-7. In "d ^TM w » *'» a enough to be ef- : and Vandenbcrg 6-1. 6-1: Rice and ,.a fectjve and after hitting four Xew | Kennedy were subdued 5 - 7 3 - 6 ; Market batters with pitched balls.! -- . 5 . 6 7 10 0 loop Parnell and Tebhetis: Fowler. Savage a Kosar. The score: R H E he ' d ' he opposition cowed \vh:!c' _ p eg-legged coyote? are at least Xevr York 4 30 ^0 ^^ s ' r ^ u tirig seven hits in the open- i ^ P cr csn * greater killers of live- Washington ' . ' " . ' . . 9 15 1 sr - : stock than are normal coyote?. Byrue- Shea. Page. Gumperi and TIjc n J§"tcap easily captured by Berra: Masterson. Thompson and Point of Rocks. 11-5, was mainiy Erans. Esrly. featured by Oden's poling of two homers with no runners ahead of The score: R. H. E.' either circuit drive. Both games ~ 3:ca .^° 4 8 0 were o f nine innincs duration a t Detroit 5 10 o the insistence of Point of Rocks. New Case Machinery V A O Tractors HEAVY DITTY Disc Harrows LOW-WHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTOM Tractor Plows BAKER'S 252 West Patrick Si- Phone 1423 Wight Papish and Robir-son: : Ke-whouser, Tracks. Houtteman and Pdebe. Md. State B. B. League First game: of Rocks Market . McCutcheon H 18 snd Results Yesterday :? of Rocks Pt of Rocks. 19-11: Xew Market 4-5 " A " ^- arKet R. 39 4 7 5 R. Hartrnan: 11 17 30 Woodsfaoro. 7-12: Woodbine. 3-5 Lifaertj-. 7-12: Ijams^-ille. 6-4 Greers and R. Kartmar.: Stockmar and K. Burgee. Mt, Air-. 6-2: Frederick. 0-4 , ------ Games Sunday ; County Softball LeagllC Neu- aiarkei at \Voodfaine Sit. Airy at Ijamsville Liberty at Pt. of Rocks Frederick at Woodsboro i j Standing Of The Teams j W. L. -Pet! Pt. of Rocks 10 Liberty 3 Ijamsviile ... 5_ New Market 4 Mt. Airy " 5 Frederick 3 Woodbine 2 tt'oodsboro 2 \ Results Yesterday i Harmony, 10; Ballenger. 1 j Games Xext S-nday" (To Be Announced) 0 1 4 6 5 7 7 Standings Of The T«-ams 1.000 ' -839 Jefferson S .555 1 Harmony 9 -400 j Eagles ^ 8 .500 i Ballenger 6 .300 [ Moose 5 .222 ; Catoctin 3 .200 i P t of Rocks 2 L. 3 3 4 5 7 9 10 Pct. ' .750 , .750 i .667 ' .546 ! .416 .' .250 -1671 SOUNDLY PLANNED POLICY of .PUBLIC LIABILIir ,, INSURANCE fflfftETE [CONSULT us WITHOUT Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE ., SUPPLY v" Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern, Phone 16I4-J Dump Trucks for Hire OBllgAHOM STOFFER INSURANCE AGENCY FREDERICK,MD. Phone:l292 BIDDIE BANTERS BY 'ATO !F? FARMS FOR SALE 7 miles from Frederick--100 Acres -30 acres of virgin timber. Splendid S rm. modern brick- house and 5 rm. brick tenant house. 18,000.00 4 miles from Frederick--170 Acres 120 acres cleared, stocked fish pond, 80,000 board feet of timber--30 acres corn--well limed this season--7 rm. asbestos shingled frame house--75 ft. bank barn. Tractor and equip, can be purchased with farm--also new pick-up truck. Immediate possession. '16,000.00 NED S. / I II IU 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NOTICE OF PRICE CHANGES A recent decision of the U. S. Supreme Court together xrith the order of the Federal Trade Conunis.-i.on against the Cement Industry has resulted in drastic changes in the sellin? and pricing policies of the cement producers which have in'many cases been in existence for fifty years, As a result of these changes and the resultant dislocations disruptions and uncertainties involving the producers, buyers and' sellers of cement alike, the cost of cement from onr Ions established sources of supply have increased approximated ci"h 4 e-n (IS) percent. F. O. B. cars Frederick. Maryland. Accordingly all prices on the following products involving the ise and sale of cement arc withdrawn effective at once: READY MIXED CONCRETE FREE STATE MASONRY MORT \R CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCK CINDER BUILDING BLOCK CEMENT IN PAPER BAGS Xetv prices, subject to change without notice, will be quoted upon application to our Frederick. Maryland Office Phone 2000, or our Lime Kiln, Maryland Office, Phone 1820. THE M. J. GROVE LIME COMPANY LIME KILN, MARYLAND FPAN10.Y GALS I DON T A QUACK ABOUT NUTTlN' j 2 4-room modem bungalows, steam | neat. h. w. floors. Immediate pos. 1 8 room modem apartment house, 4 j rooms and bath on each floor, h. w i noois. steam heat, concrete bas"meit. ; Quick pos I 6 room brick modern semi-bungalow i h. w. fioors. garage, steara heat. V (section of city, concrete basement. j 6 room brick house in good condi- ; lion, bath and farnace. About 4 blocks : from the center of town. Sarlv pos. ; If you ivant to buy real estate or a ; business consult rne. as I have some real good values. : HARRY E. MOHLER Real Estate 113 East Third Street Phone 2074 KEY CHEV. SALES. INC- IT WILL PAY YOU to irisist on Genuine Chevrolet -Parts whenever repairs are made on your Chevrolet car or truck. Genuine parts right and insure : always Si naxium performance. ' We use only genuine Chevro- ; let parts in our service dent. Let Key Care for Yo-.»_- Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES. IXC. 105 E. Patrick St. Phone 707 EM5IERT R. BOWLUS COUNTRY HO1ISS BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed this year so meet increased production costs Producing Good Chicfcs is Our Business Maryland - U S Approved Pullorum Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze End White Holland Write for Catalogue and Latest Pi ices. ed interior in past year. Lot 80x200 : .... also extra !o:. Possession Seotem- i ber 1st. Priced for quick saie In: q-uire now io- appoir.tmenl for in. Country t.ome on Route 240. seven miles south Frederick, all modern i". ?£% dW S !3 ^rf- beai)ii '"5 shrabbert-, ?ood outbuildings. 3 acres of lings. 3 acres ol land. I . Possessior. to su:t ^ 32 room frame, a!i modem au'.o- 1 i? a 5 K E3t ·" co ' Jn!r - home , Woodsboro. good outbuildings at all CHICK HATCHERY « s fOC*'CX. VD EWSPAPERl , -._ FARM I irtS acres in upper .M:du!etown Val; icy, 31 cres in fine timber, balance ! m pasture and cultivation. 9 room , Br house, large bank barn on Balto . milk market. SP.OOO for quick sale' , Possession late fall or April 1st, 1949' : Other fine farms and country pron- , erties. city properties, small countrv ] home. Inquire at this office i EMMERT R BOWT.CS i inn'U- ^ i " c ~ I "suranre--Auctioneer 100 \V. Church Si. Frederick, Md. 1 Pnone 853 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- R L KVIIv Phone 385 or 2274-VV Ph one 2399 _,,_ NEWSPAPERflRCHI'

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