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·xx TBZ DAILY MEWS. FMSDEEICK. MD., TUESDAY. MAY 24. 1932. Olympic Hopes by Claire Bartkj JR. 0.0. i M. TEAM WINS EASY FOR MIDDLETOWN FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON \ Olympic and ^ f o r t a U i * » po«:Mt i dts-,*noe runcics champion. ; D«f«ats Industrial Section. In Y. M. E- B. Team Defeated In Sunday Cut*. 15 To 6. The M.dd'j four russ in the 3rst more in the cen ·xjry over th* Y. 1 BREAK THREE GAME LOSING i STREAK TO BEAT MT. AIRY ADAMSTOWN WINS AGAIN and thrre two to cLctb a rjc- M E. B. c.Jie ir. a Eagles Hit Hard To Take Fray By 12 To 4 Count. Lewistown. 11 Batters Fanning. Defeat*J 9 To 6. Keaied oy Fecwa SvarS. *r.o d his :-a2i at bat is addnioa to pitching a i.am Dr. Jaci Wrigi: a^.d Marcel Ra^i; :.'.'x. respec:ively. :o ?:v S'.a^s a 4-to-l victory ·.i* nrs: waJsover in an overrugct race ic 15 years of ;url iu*i?rj'. Ten Yean Ago Today-- J-oCin G. Ar.- i--vd ri Five Years Ago Today--Of 13 ii.-.-^es i-o^ii *. 0 . Cfev«knd Loses Aa«w, This Timt To White Frar.* ilso ha* ciakve htm a *trong costeed«r 'oc a ;«ice m -h* Unix! S?a«» O:ysa- ?·· 1 500 .-Erter. :«*«. Xorae:: -_s s^: .'e« -.»» '--.che* tal. He of , oemoon The ti^ii score *au« !5-6. T". u : ljle Moi;aay Us *'- - nms *-*«· the DEFEAT P H I L S i ^ H ^ , . usually ine* to bold up a n-.irfi= earij i cc hi» nva. He d-x* thi* Sy aetunc York. May 33.--A b* o* ptocfc- * fast pace and holding tt Or. the o *e kind th» Yankees were ; hoas* -«t retch ha speed vx-ps Jp but : »o do without itue seacan. be*'. · li'.ur H? doesn't rlirsj vo ha*e i sprint the champion Philadelphia Athletics. J Mr. ah 6-§, held eww tie rlrtt two aenes and ; Tr* :* '~i; the Yante siifcns eauly along a-, j A. 2. Red Rti3ng »tepp«d into the breach :n : ·Ae nlnfc toning *** Ke twt. a ran · kiresd* in. Ai Simmons perched on . thbxl »ith the -.ie^i« ran. Jimmy FOIX . oa Srst, ar-d :orc«l Rvrti«er to pop j futtSeJF and WUUams to Hy :o the out; Se5d. C?*orge Pipsrms held Che As in check up to :he run* »ith the «- ; ceplion of a »r*e-run tront u» the ftr The score: R. K. f ,. i New York * » l , Earwrtw: MaharTey. Krau»»e arxS j Cocimr*. P-.pgras. RuSSn* and Dtrkey. . -- r -- i Washington, Ma? 23 -- Three of | Wahington's pitchers were pounded by ; the lowly Red Sox today to tr.vr the Soeton entry it* sixth victory of the ; season by a .vnre of 6-1. The score: R H. K. ·. Bostor. - 6 ' 5 J Batteries: Wetland and ConnaUy. ; Burke. Marberry. Crowder and Berj. Mapfe. i-.hifayi stay 23.--Milt Gaston gave the Cleveland Indians only two hit*', today and the White Sox scored a 4-v ; triumph ia the first game of t'r.r .wnes. Joe Vosmik and Ciaseil got the , hits off Oascoa. : The soorc: R- H. S Cleveland 0 ^ P Chicago * » ; Batteries: Htl-dobrand. Conr-ally. Pearson arid Swell: Castor, and Gr-Jbe. C:ty of Baker he sUKh. The Y. M. E B. i frame arter the : fraas* when :t shoved over three ru^i to take tee Xad! MMJdvwn «H' ens*r-.*as the Fredi lo the eighth incing la the ninth. ; *ncit Carcirials Sunday at 2.30 o'clock. : Sfluih smgiod to left, advaiitiiig to loe *core: ! second on a pasted bail. Stewart *lng- ' MiddleMwn. i*d lo «cor« Smith. Biehi «n«jei. out Dave Rudy. u. i Sl«wart was out at home tryinc to W. Rudy. 3b-p. I score. Biunsecauer singled, Marine !n Rudy, rf. i B:thi. Null hit iod both scored after = Wae lb , ne i Wuner filed to deep center. Hahn end- j Alexander. 2b _.. 1 ed the tnmns by fiytn* out to Wolfe, j Pataer. if. . .,, - I The lineups. : G. Korreii. cl ! Jr. O. 0. A. M.--Haiin. ahorutop: K. Rady. cf _... '. Putman. tSurd !m»e; KUne. flrtt ba*e; i R. KorreB. c. l Sm'.lfc, pitcher, Stewart, catcher: j Lu!z. c j BleHI. *ecasd base: B:umenauer. left! Koontz. p.-3b i !K!J. Nuit rigfctfleld; Waner. center-; I P.eJd. Eagles--Whitmore. third Ua»e | Totals _...*7 15 l~ r Th* r.-eder.ci Eagles ·-.-;..« a ·.!-..-«··- lv jy -..-·..-:-ig ·..-.* Mt. A:ry A C . :r. tr-«f '-: - l! ; H^ a ^a.'.-X'll co\i:;ty -.o'Ar;. by i s-:cre o! ----5 .---5-'=' ~ ·-·* ·ave-:: haLmenerec the o2er^:si Haassirs pi; :: =· ?. ;core o' S-6- Sar2 i5^rs 'jj siz iu'_i ana fanned 11 of '. *"- Pari. o:;:v C. A. Mills' Sve-year-^lti : alter tixree ro^sis of play. Aaiersor- elac- o! ir.dsa. 3 aid i. ar.d R. P. Suapa- r.ts, -«.r.5 was oeates by a hole :n orie. he r_--s AS. R. H. O. .... 6 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 2 I ... 6 ... 5 .... 5 ... « ... 4 .... 4 s i ·rir»e viere doib'.^s :ne ca'Jir by issulrij three ^'alks ~*'. · or::.c5. ^omen^. . c^ ui^^s icorc^i i cji balls, a hit ha-js:r.ar. f*o sl:'3l?s and a d3-.3le Taey put -.£* ga.T--f or. :? 13 *.h* titlrd *hen Rfa lee or? ?.::h a ; nobble. W. Rtnehar. siagd to ^:ore R^a. ar.d Whitnsore doublet! to br:cj ; Hinehart aroursd. \V;iit« ·*'o: out try- :r.g to s:»a". ar.d Bri?hf*'el! and S:."r.c :?.r.nei. W Ru-.fh;-.r: l»d the. bar.lr.; A return ;arr.e with Mt. Airy »tll ::·· played S:ir:iay afvrr.oon at McCurdy Pi»lJ at '-' 30 o'clock. l Frederitt Eagles. A3 R. H. O A. E. .\d2BUtown. AB. R. H. O. A E. Y. M. E. B. AB i ir.d catcher: Keener, shortstop. Forney, third base, first base and center- j N. Trump. M 5 neld: Wolfe, leflflrid: Cramer, second · Tinner. 1! 5 bar: Pontor.. pitcher: Brcns'.e. catch- Wagner. 2b -- 5 f r and right Reid: Klkuu. ceiiterfield j Turiter. c - 4 I and rl«htfleld; Weity. nrst base; Fry.! R. Nusz. So 4 j first base. | Liyuon. 3b 0 Briuhmen Defeat Everedy ! Baer. p 3 S:ruje. If R. H. O. A E : Murphv. lo 1 0 0 1 3 Hoffmar.. 2b 3 2 2 0 0 2 3 Solving the ofienncs of George Shar- j Brisht*eU. rf. tr for IT hiu of which two were trip- |E Trump, ef. and aided by seven error* by the i Cruns. cf. Everedy team, the Ox Fibre Bruah' T-»«ritey. lb Company team took urvdnpuuxl posses- ' 0 0 2 2 12 0 3 4 5 u ! . 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 1 2 riarrisors. ss a 0 i p?a. V.'hitmcre. 3b · Totals i Mt Airy. 0 ' Harrti'?: 2b tlon of third place in the Industrial I Division of the City Speedbal! League Totals ! at Baker Park Monday evening. The' Middietoim 37 6 !2 tt 13 Score By Innings. Detroit. Mav 23.--A five r.ir. rally; .carted by John Kloaa. pinch-hiuins in j .FRANK-NOKUfcLL. the seventh inning, save St. Louis s 1 chance to display his tblUty in inter- 7-S victory ovei Detroit today. Bill j colicpiate cotipcfition. This was ir.- Rogell 'or the TigerK made two home · doors ·»«·. M^roh. Runntng the mik run*, one wiih fwr men oc bas«». t ir a S*'.d that ir.eiudrd HaUoweil of The scorrr: R. H. E. j Harvard. Cro»ky of Manhattan and St Louis "· 13 0 j Coan ant! McKnifT of Pennsylvania. jjetroit 6 10 2 . Ncrdeil got around ail bill the Harvard 3attcn«s: Stenrart, Gmy, Kimsey and j rurjier. HaUoweli won out In the last Ferreli: Hoggsett. Herrtrj^ and Hay- ; 25 yards of the race in the new inter- ·jcorth. i coliesiat* time of 4:12.4. Nordeil fln- ·! jjaod a stron? second. on)y two yard* {score was 18-7. The winner* tallied | three runs in the fourth lor the wfa- | cing margin. With two down, Richi ard Bruchey tripled to left center and Harrison singled to center, scoring Bruchey. He tallied a moment later on Whianer's throe base drive over Kennedy's head. Crulchley hit ors the ground to Hoosler who fumbled and ! WhUner crossed with the last run of the inning. The lineups: Everedy--Marendt, catcher: Sheraid, r:ghtneid: Hossler. short stop: Bohn. pitcher: E. Rhoderlck. leftfleld and first base; Sh«rrer. pitcher; Harne. [ second base: R. Kennedy, centerfield j and left field; Hamilton, first base and | centerfield. Ox Fibre--Marti, leftfleld: R. Bruchey. catcher: Harrison, shortstop: Whisner. rlghteld; Cmtchley. third base: L. Bruchey. first base: Smith, second base: Burdette. center- Seld; Gictinger. pitcher. . . 4 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 3--15 Day. £5 L B:-:-j:;r. cf Sm::h i: O -A. 0 0 3 2 P SrartT Is 6 Rear. 2b _ 4 Ha.-i'xx: cf 3 Datro-A. c - _. 5 K Scarf?. ? 5 Totals 39 Lew ii town. AB. Arnold, c.-ss 6 S Oa:. If 6 Rice, ;.-cf 3 Rassb'-irtr. cf.-p. -- 3 Palaier. lb ·· Kresge, ss.-2'o 3 PoweU. c 3 E. Cl-em. Sb 1 Burner rf 3 0 2, 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 G 2 12 1 0 2 3 2 3 0 C 9 12 27 10 3 R. H. O. A. E. 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Y. M. E. B _...! 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 -- 6 s Butler, 3b _... 4 Summary: Two-base hits-- D. Rudy. clem, rf 4 2; R. Korrell. W. Rudy. 2: \V_se. : Ho"-';.=. c 4 Koootz. Wise. Three-base h:t- r.er. Stolen bases -- Palmer. G. Korrol:. ; W. Rudy. 2: R. KorreU. Wise. Alexar.- s- , Cro^se. ?. 3 2 o 3 4 9 3 3 3 I : E . Clerr;. S b 1 0 0 3 0 0 Burner r f 4 2 1 0 0 0 S:ul!. 3b 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 , 4 1 0 I To:aj= 35 6 6 37 7 3 1 4 0 ' Score B y Innings. j Adanss:o»-3 0 3 0 3 2 0 0 1 0--S 27 11 1 i Le-.vii-.o-Ar. 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 0--6 £. j Sum:r.ary: Two-ba^e hit--F. Scarft. 0 : 2. Threj-base hiti-^Shook. Stull. Sac- 0 ! rifi-.-e h;tb--Shooi. Fry-?. Base on baljs : i -- Of! ScarS. 5; o3 Rice. 4. Struck out 0 : -- B y S^arfT, 11: by Rice, 5; by Ra:rs- 0 ! b-iri. 2 Kit by pitcher--3y Scarff oliPo-A'e;;. B. Clesi). Losing pricier-1 0 0 ; Ki-e. 9 2 0 · 0 2 0 ' e'er. Baer, Palmer. Erigh'.wd'.r Ltltz. · Twentey. Double plays--Wagner to i Nusi; Alexander to Dave Rudy. Totals 35 4 9 27 9 1 Score By Innings. ijlcs 3 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 4--!2 M t . Airy 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 on balls--Off Baer. 2. Struck out--By j Summary: Ta'o-'oasc hits- Baer. 4; Koontz, :: off Rudy. 7. Hit. i rison. Hea. Wh:trr.ore. L. Bolder. -'. by pitcher--By Koontz t Palmer. E. | Smith. Stolen bases--Strlr.e. 2; R:ne- Trtimp). H:U--Off Koonti. l in 3 :n- | hart. S'.rucl-: out--Sy Crc-ui-?. 8; by Base t-- ! HAT-! 1 nir-ss. Ttme--1.50. CITY SPEEDBAIX l£.\CVK (Fraternal Division) ! Bright a ell. 3. Basei on balls--Off jcro-.:sc. 3. Hit. by pitcher--By Crouie; i -Murphy. Kea. S:ri::si. Do You Remember i { One Year Ago Today--Sidscy B. 1 Wood, Jr.. and Frarsi X. Silieics -sror. , tli-?:r Davis C'jp teaais sisgles matches THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION ORGANIZED IN 1828 Commercial and Savings Departments 3*/2% Interest Allowed on Savings Accounts Yeaterday'c Results. Jr. O. U. A. M.. 3: Eagles. 6. POINTERS WIN Game Wednesday. D«Mo!ay vs. DeMolay AL iBroots. Lower*. Defeat Jefferson Team By 13 To Score In Hard-Hitting Game. 12 i THE PEOPLES FINANCE CO. I LOANS The F. A, C. JRS. LOSE Rowmont Cube Win After Going Thir. t«en Game Thursday. DeMolay vs. DeMolay Al. (Upper. Kreh.i Boston. May 23.--Rabbit Maranviilc j behind. rame to bat aith t*o out in the !ast of the t*ath inrucg today and came through with 3 scorching sinpie that defeated Brooklyn. 5-4. in the series opener aod piantfd the Brave* at the top of the National League star.dtnK | n \Vor:h^gion was perched en Nordell te. training leisurely these days, pointing -slowly for the flnal meet on Xcw York Us schedule, the I. C. A. A A. A. games, transferred to California's r.f*' track stadium this year. Pol- lo'Ainit the inter-collegiate, 1 ? at Berkeley July 1 and 2. the b;j New Yorker third base whai the Rabbit, vcterar. j probably will remain on the coast to of a score of years of big leairue base- i participate in the final Olympic trials bay. stepped to the piate. Worthing- | a; S-tanford University. ton had doubled with one away anc ] -- · reached third on Art Shires' outfield j fry. Ke scored easily on Maranvillc's blow, the fourth of the day for the j Rabbit. : The score: R. H. E ; Brookryn 4 1 0 1 | Boston 5 13 2 I Batt-sr.es: Koyt and Lope«: Maa^utn. i ar.d Hanrrave*. ; NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday'* ResnlU. Eosun. 5: Brooklyn. 4. Nw York. 9; Philadelphia. 7. Oth-r clubs nat scheduled. Thirteen innings of high-class and thrilling baseball were dished out to several hundred fans in Martinsburj. W. Va.. Saturday afternoon when the Rosemont Cubs. 1931. American Leijton | chimps, defeated the Frederick Ath- Jctic Club Juniors. 7-6. So close, and interesting was the grame that a second tilt between the Martinsburg Hose Company nine and another team wax cancelled to permit the completion of ' . lt - I ! The score: ! Rocemont Cubs. AB. R. H. O. A. S. | L*mp. 2 b 6 1 2 3 2 0 1 I T*derick. 3b 6 1 1 6 2 1 ; j McDonald, ss 5 0 0 2 10 1 j A. DeHavren. If S 2 J 3 1 2 Game Friday. Y. M. C. A. vs. Jr. O. U. A. M. (Hsinw. Upper'. The Poin; of Rocks baseball team j JR ·*-3s forced to travel 10 ianirvgs Sunday j afternoon to take a free hitting gaaic { j from the Jefferson A. C. in Point of I Rocks by a score of 13-12. The win-I ntng rw. as a rcsuii of Harper s triple I and Murray s sicg:e. Bo:h teams ham- j mrrcd tlte ball ha:ti and contributed, j -.heir sh?.ro of errors. Standing Of The Clubs. W L. Y. M. C. A 3 DeMolay Alumni 2 Eagles 2 DeMolay 1 Jr. O. U. A. M i : T:ie ^corc: 1 Point of Rocks p,. French. 3b-p. I.OOC :^ ar "--"- ~ - _ ar * )er - c: i AB. R. H. O. A. E. i " 0 j CITY SPEEDBALL LEAGtE (Industrial Division.) 4 p o ; Murray. 2a. .333; Webb. ib. ... , 00 | Storimp. c. ;0cie!-, i-f i R . ! Rutherford. 1 Frye. p-3b. o 6 S 6 5 3 1 3 3 4 1 0 0 Yesterdays Results. Ox Fibre. 18; Everedy. cf. 2 0 PAY OFF YOUR BILLS . . . Do not hesitate to see us if you need money. It's our business to lend it to you. Quick service. Strictly confidential, friendly and dignified. WE WILL LEND YOU TJP TO $300 Peoples Finance Co, 15 N. COUET ST. (Air. Sam in charge) PHOXE 1473 "MISS AMERICA" The New Nationally Advertised Up-To-E-ate Ladies' Watch ·NOW ON SALS AT JEWELRY STORE 48 North Market St. Frederick Md. Philadelphia. May 33,--In s w!5d ?x- j hibition of the national pastinve this af- · ternoon. the New York Giants iceasur- i ed the Phillies. 9-7. : The score: R, New Ycric 9 Philaieiphia 7 Batteries: "Walker. Lur.u? and HOitan: Hansen and v. Davis. McCurdy Games Today. Chicago at St. lytuis. P5tt*bursth 3; Cir.c'.rinar: Nra- York at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at Boston. I Johnson, cf 5 1 1 1 Q iStotler. lb _ S 1 3 16 0 JTab'.er. r f _ 5 0 2 1 0 ! C . DeHavren. c 6 1 3 6 1 ; Sheeley. p 5 0 1 1 3 I Game Wednesday. 1 T. I. S. vs. Muse. HaSixs. Upper E. j 4 ! Standing Of The Clubs- W. ·2 ' Boston H. 19 12 Hubbe'.l I Chicago 22 . Sense ! Cincinnati 21 iSt. Louis _ 16 ' New York 13 j Brooklyn 14 : Philadelphia 14 'Pittsbi^gh 13 i 12 18 IS 20 21 Total* 50 7 15'38 19 4 'One out when wir.ninst run scored. p- t : F. A. C. Juniors. AB. R. H. O. A. E. 656 i Price, cf. 6 J 3 1 0 0 7 0 0 5 2 1 Game Friday. Hemlock Splinters vs. Everedy. (Krch. Lower?. Standing Of The Clubs. W. L. ; To:.;l5 .... Jf f fcrson Biser. lb .. X02-.-,tr. 2b. R'cc. ob. .. : Ccr;:n;. If. : E. H::r.».-. r: WUes. S5 S .. Ayres. rf 6 ' Grcs5. r - 6 50 13 21 30 AB. R. K. O 3 0 3 12 7 0 ! 3 .. ~ i INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE .647 I Conroy. -b .556 i R:C. If. ... .471 j MaKican. rl -p. .443 j L Bruchey. lb . 4;2!j. James. 3b .400 Hartmar.. 3t .400 ! Crawford, si. ..... !^* i:cr ' c - - 6 6 6 8 0 5 6 4 ltT.. p. 1 0 3 -5 1 5 0 0 0 0 3 10 0 0 1 0 2 0 S 0 4 0 5 3 3 0 Hemlock Muse Tailoring Co. ... Ox Fifcrr Brush Co. Svcredy F I. S. 3 2 3 I.OOC .667 .600 · 0 3 10 0 i:x!a : ?t o ; Totate 54 6 15 37 P. A. C. Kosem'l 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0--6 2 1 : o ; o o o o o o 1--7 Summary: Two-base hits--Price. Swiler. Rise. Mullican. Keller. Three-base hit--Rice. SacrifVce hit-- Mtf.bcan. Stolen bases--Lamp. Pr:oe. Tecierick. Jarr.M. Crawford. Base oa balls--Off Shcelcy. I: oft Shaw. ·; o f f ! M-j'1-.can. 1. Struck cut--By Mullioan. 1: by Sheelcy. 5: by Shaw. S. Hit by ritchcr--By Shaw iTecer-.;k. LOKSS: Ditcher--Mulliear.. Hits--Of? Shaw. l'. xr. 9 inr.inis: v'ff Mu'^tran. 4 tn 4 :r.- ar:d Time--330. Scorer A co3irr.:;tee - -·-. Yesterday's Herolu. Balf.more. ~ : Newark. 9. Buffalo. 4: Toronto. 3 Ro.rh«5t«r. S; Montreal. 4. Other c;ub« r-.ot srhsduiec. Games Today. Bailiniore at Newark. Buffalo at Toronto. Kvr.nsT»T a", Montreal r.g at Jersey C-.ty Standing Of The Club*. Mor.trcal Toronto Jersey C.:r AMERICAN LEAGUE chm? for the bali causes s ten- -^r. the spiral colurr.r. ^T.-.ch r-.uit b* svcKiect in tl-.e golf i--_-j Due "o a rw;r..j ar.d compact . rso f3x TOli have of;-»r. n-r-ticer. '.'.-.a: Games Today. Philadelphia a; i n^ 1 co..er csn £c.*-..c-.^ -.? ·'-.11 keep thf r.ar.d£ to '.he bc-dy. 1'r^f is -jr.p'3ssib:~ ;.' one reaches for tite ball. :-fter. ---ill ovorthror,- ba- -ar.c*. cau5cr.e '-r.? to fall ir.x t h e ' D»:r--.: CHANGES IN RULES Totals 53 12 -Ji 30 2 5 Score By innings. of Rocks 0 0 1 2 5 1 3 0 0 1--13 : er.ion 0 0 0 0 5 4 3 0 0 0--1~2 '· Summary: Earned run^--Jcifer^c::. 3. ?;. of Rock«. 6. Lcit on base;--P:. of Roci=. I!: JcfsV.-»on. 1C. T'.vo b.-..-:c : hits--French. :: firowj;. V.'cbo. Mur- ; ray. Three base r.;;j--Karpcr. R · Bro-.vr.. SacrU:ce ii:;--Webb. S: .-ler.' Several changes in the base-s:-?a".ir.5 fca^*--Harpe;-. ": Kardy. Double; "in the Fra;*mal and Iricust~ii P-ays--Kardy to Murray ;o Webb. Base j d:v-^i-?ns of the City Speedball League ion b?.'.:s--off Frye. 4. off Rutl-cricrc;. , were made at a meeting of tiv to.'-m:": off Fre-ch. 2. Struci en:--By: captains w;-.r; President c. Cyr.; Kir: j Huthorforc. 2: by French. S; by Fryf. 1 in :he Y. .' Made In Speedball League To RfyJlatc Base Stealing- M. C. A. Monday night. T'r.c ; changes were rrjuci* after a controversy '· Gross. K \ arv* over th« fornter rales. i By a ur.ar/.moijs vote ;t was dec-.j^s j % permit 'oases to be s;oVen as in baso- i ball except that the runner mu«t tag- up frox. the tirne the pitcher puts his foot ir.-» the. box until the bail leaves the piicher'* hand. A rur.r.er v. l-.» leaves a base which coastitu;«s a r:o- play shall be called out upon coir.ntit- Fieid* and bat* hereafter wii; b-; de- by tossir.,: R co:n at tlie firs: \ United . Ambrosr. 10. Pissec bail-- ' by pitcher--3v French · R:cer W;:d pitch--Frye. W^.n^-.g ', 'itcher--· FVfnch. K-i;--O:"f Huthcr- j ore. 4 in 2 :nrJr-.jC=: of: Fr.-c. 7 in 3 [ r.ninss: of; French. 6 ::i 5 u-.ntr-.ss. j Mountaineers To Play Nav-. :irs co-xnuf.o; with regard .5 the upper iiamor.a. The Several changes ha-ve been rjsade re- cent^r in tbe rosters of --he various clubs. The Jur.xc O. U. A. M. i-earr. substituted Harv«y Tobery for L^J;Fulmer. Trw Frr-icrict Inr. r^r.c. 'roc:. In rrdcr t.- duplica^ ;h?;r -·.-.:· ly s'«r: ·n-.:. ScSjf Kdclfr.. ';:cir srr or. tl-f r:-cfii;:; r'A'*. Af?r Xs7-' onlv diieked detours Jlrs. Ernest Schutnaker and ones by following the trails If you are' planning a trip her faLmiiv, of Saliaa, Kansas., you mapped out for us." Mrs. this year, wriie the Conoco took a real vacation'trip last Schumaker wrote us. "We Travel Bureau. Denver. Tell tnp summer--6,000 miles,through traveled S r OOO miles f. ithout us where you want to go and sue- to replace E. Houcs. The -ereiy handed release* to H Srr..th. E. *nr.rJy aad E. Straij.aTi. a-i took on T. O?".t. H. Aiexanaer *-d W. Riael-ar*. Fight Without Thrills. fer.:x! his litie agarrtst ihe or^la::;;:-.: of Reds Sarry. sensational yo:;ng Wa»h- tn«ton scrapper, in lhe 10 rcv.irxi feac- urs bout ir.vj^urating the 1f.~ Cities Stad;nrn. rsear Laurel. Monday r.:;.: r!·. spired almost a;: he ples.'-wi. b^o-'s to Sarry 's or.r. T'.-.r cor. :«»'.. *h; :ntfrwt;nz vras df · :d rf thn'.ls and bo-.r". m«i n the rir.j ur.- warfcpc. The action of the nijht TTSLS provided by the preliminaries. Amonj those from Frederic* »'.v ai- tended nere: Dr. A. K. Lee:-.. Dr. H. P. K'.;r.e. W?lt?r Feaia. Dr. James Mar- rcae. Leonard No-.r.^lc. THE GRSATEST BARGAIN OF ALL --INCOME | Monthly Inrotnc Investments Not Stork* Bor " «r I»'nr»nce aay trouble whatsoever." when. Or, if raorc convenient Last year, 68.000 motorists for you, fill in one or our ap- Road construction was go- asked the Conoco Travel plications for this travel Bureau to faclp plan and route service at any Conoco station, motor trips in all parts of the and it will reach us xvithouc United States, in Canada and delay. We'll send you--free eight \\estern States. ing on in every one of the eight states -- but the Schu- rnakers cfuckcd the detours! Write -- Wire -- Can er Phone for Particulars --Xo Obligation Direct Royalty Sales C o r p . 4 W. CHfRrH STREET PHOXK J543 We Bny. Selt or Trade Seccrlwes They knew b-cfore thej-started Mexico. Many thousands of charge and without cbliga- where the torn-up roads were more, seeking road informs- tion--an official Conoco Pass- and how to miss them, thanks £Joo, stopped at Conoco sta- port.excellent road maps w-ith. tlons,each of which is a/Travcl Bureau branch. All found the Conoco men along the way their well-infonned friends. »o a Conoco Travel Bureau routing map. "We missed sc\ cral awfullv bad detours and lots of minor marked routes, illustrated travel literature and other information. Tra-vel "the Con- oco way"'... duck the detours. BUREAU D E N V E R , C O L O R A D O A N A T I O N A L S E R V I C E W A I N T A i N E D BY T H E C O N T I N E N T A L O I L C O M P A N 7

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