The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 14, 1948 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 14, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Wednesday, July 14, 1948
Page:
Page 7
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

f L I Iks Kewr Frederick. Md., W s*it\'«ss -» pac-t^ELV i* i A.VE, AV^L c*.'_i, AVT SY Boy M*. A«m MSB. HOUJ CAN Un SO/AUC^i N J IV2. B E £ N T f e y ~ f f IStlZS iHXTCXE CUr AND JEFF A Shoe la The Head Is Worth More Than A Kick In The Pajamas American Leaguers Win Again Western Singer By JACK KAXD Sporssmars's Park. St. Louis. July 13 ,z--Vic Rasch:, a strong sileci newcoraer to tne All-Star ranks slugged acd pitched the achtcg- back American Leaguers ro a 5-2 victory over then " cousins" from the Xationa! League today to take ' an 11-4 edge :n tne lopsided series. This po-.verful 29-year-old right- hander from Manager Bucky Harris" o'.vn Xew York staff, came through with a two-run single that broke a :.e game and shattered National League hopes in the fourth ir.ning Then ns rounded, out ihree scoreless innings by strik.ng out rookie Richie Ashourn of the Phillies wi'h the bases loaded :n the sixth frame. Kasch: s performance was the highlight of :h.s festival of torn muscles and fraed tempers that passed for the 15jh All-Star contest A capacity throng of 34 009 · paid a net gate of S93.447 07 into the players' pension fund for the " privilege of sitting through a t p.. cally humid July afternoon on the banks of the Mississipp- |Ksin Hits In Nin'h After m eating through five frames of breathless, sticky heat the shirt-sleeved mob watched anxiously as huge thunderclouds' sent crackling bolts around the ball park. F.nally IP. ihe first of , the ninth, the spuing rain opened up with a legitimate shov-er. The victim of Easchfs tie-breaking sins!e was Johnny Schrnitz of the Chicago Cubs, second of the ' Chicago Cu'js. second of four Xa- tionsi League sitchers to face the music, the loss. Schmitz took over m the fourth with the score t.cd Ke got the fir;* man who faced him but dished out single* i r Ken Keltncr and George McQuinn before walking Birdie Xebbetts to load the bases Hasch: then came up to h.t for himcelf and after s\i Ingmg v. ildly , a coucle of times he lashed a 1 rer . into Ifft fie'.d for the 'clow.- that · put his side ahead to stsj. Schir.:tz. \vho haci followed a three-inning stint by Brooklyn s Ralph Branca, gave way to Johnny Sain of Bostcn Joe DiMaggso. ^ keot our of the start.ng lineun by a leg injury, then scored Tebbetts from third w.th the fina 1 run of the garr-e on an cutfie'd fly. Ewell Blackweil of C.r.dp.nat: replaced Sa^n, after the latter gax-e wa to a pir.chhittcr. and hurled shutout ball jhe rest of the ·way His effort was matched bv j Joe Coleman of Philadelphia, who ' came on to hurl the last three ' frames for the American League ' Tsed Three Pitchrm "" ' Despite the epidemic of aching' arms and backs and the withdrawal of Cleveland's Bobby Fel- i ler. Harris was able to keep Leo Burocher's Nationals in check with only three pitchers. Washington's Walt Mastersoii started, giving up ' both runs oa Stan Musiai's 370- foot homer to the pavilion roof j after Ashbura singled. Joe Cole- msc of the amazing Philadelphia A's followed Raschi's with another three-inning string of zeros They j · gave up eight hits to six of? Xa"- i 2 Hebrew deity 3 Scold 4 Egress 5 Bewildered 6 Atop 7 Brown 10 Stair part 12 Dress fabric 13 Powdered earth 15 Deadhead (ab.) HORIZONTAL. 1,5 Pictured co* boy sin jer 10 Slacken 11 Freshets 13 Clamor 14 Judge of Israel » **»«* ** ) 16 Varnish 0 Color ingredient 18 Employs 20 Conjunction 21 Singing voice 22 Small finch 24 Ruin 25 Vestige 26 Groups of homes 27 Kitchen police (ab.) 28 Bone 29 Musical instrument 32 Leather thong 36 Constellation 37 Laminated rock 38 Cooking vessels 39 He is also a movie 43 English school 44 Superlative suffix 45 Nets 47 Finish 48 Kan away 50 Aristocratic 52 Expunge 53 Advantage VERTICAL 1 Biological groups Percentage Play F/nesse /s Besf 23 Roman historian 24 Facing a 35 Wait settlement 29 Observes ·giacier (geol.) 40Sur.T.oun. 29 Sleeveless garment 17 Mountain gaps 30 Eaten away 19 Reaping 31 Small implements 33 African 21 Zealous carnivora advocate 41 Any 42 Nevada city 45 Watering place 46 Turf 49 Either 34 Make amends 51 Board (ah.) 13 ib Z5 (0 30 35 31 Sb MO HI bO S 21 43 bl iz A K 9 8 4 V 8 5 2 » A K + A K J 3 45 V Q J 1 0 · J 9 6 3 2 * Q 8 5 4 5 4 7 2 I V K 9 6 I · 10 7 5 4 ; * i G 9 6 i i \ * A Q J 1 C 6 3 V A 7 4 3 » Q 8 Tournament--Neither vuL South West North E»»t 1 A Pass 3 * Pass 3 A Pass 4 N. T. Pais 5 V Pass 6* Pass Opening--V Q 14 YES, IM ALL ALONE SUGW* !-.*/_= CFSPGCKS? NCT.V.E.' HIS cv/N s VTCHME SCARE: /STS' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES '^ ft Huh? WHEUS! TT IH 35 Carnival "A15 I done was snitch a real chop and they start hollerin' about cattle rustlers and the code of ihe west:'* tioaal fauriers but they didn't give t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tjp any big ones after Musial's had been a spring sensation in the j Americans 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 x-- 5 pc ± e - .. - , , , _ . ' ma J° rs - w as really on the spot He j Runs batted in-- Musial. 2; Ev- Even vie cripples of the : Aaier- . worked the count to 2-2 and then ers. Boudreau. Raschi C: DiMagcio r - . .- - fast curve , Home runs--Musial. Evers. Stolen pinch hitters or runners. DiMas- , thai hit the inside corner of the ' bases-Ashburn. Vernon. Mulhn. £*.*££?. ^ a run with a fly and p i at e. That was Raschi's last hit- I McQuinn. Sacrifices - Coleman J^J^S S *f*3^°?-v!l n0 J^;? e ':.» ad actaall - " a *° was ^ i L e f t on bases-Nationals, 10; Am'- j ericans. 5 Bases on balls--Off Mas- E. _ terson. 1 {Slaughter'*: OT Raschi. , ' 1 (Waitkus^ Off Coleman. 2 Mus- 0 ' ial. Rigney): Off Branca. 3 (Kelt- 0 I ner. Vernon, Mullin^: Off Schmitz. 1 'Tebbetts. Off Biackwell. 3 (Williams. Henrich. Tcbbetts^., Strikeouts--By Branca. 3 (Mullin, ' Henrich. 21; By Sam. 3 (Stephens. Doerr. Evers : By Biackwcll 1 ', ( T e b b e t t s i ; By Masterson. 1 iRe-ese*: By Raschi. 3 (Gustme, 0 , Musial. Ashburr.\ By Coleman. 3 Olize, Kerr. Thomson 1 Pitching Summary. Masierson. 2 runs. 5 hits in 3 innings: R. schi. 0 runs 3 hits in 3 inninss. Coleman. 0 runs. 0 hits in three jnnincs. Branca. 2 runs, one hit in 3 innings. Schmitz 3 runs, 3 hits in 7 _ inning. Sain, 0 runs. 0 hits in 1=3 inn.nss. Blackwell. 0 runs. 2 hits in 3 innings Wild pitches--Masierscn Winning pitcher -- Kaschi Losing p.tcher-- Schinitz Umpires--Berrj. ·AL' 1 plate, Stewart. -XL Ib: Paparella. 'AL 2b: Reardon. U'TL"* 3b First 4 in "3 inninc. Reardon fXL plate. Paparella ALi Ib: Stewart «XL^ 2b: Bcrrj- - A L 3b last half "f game. Time--2 27. Attendance-34,000 L\.'I t. Me.ri.ii...stir America's Card Authoriu Written For NEA Service Today's hand was contributed by A. M Sobcl. national tournament director of She American Contract Bridge League and known to t o u r n a m e n t bridge players throuRhout the U S. and Canada Sobel i.a:d that the hand is not ideally suited to my column because the East and West cards should not appear. I am showing them, however, as most of my readers like to look at all 52 cards So you may cover up the East and West hands if you wish There is no question that South ' ihould be in a slam in spades. If he had the queen ?nd one dia- j Tcrid. he WOU!T make 13 tricks ! If Xorth had the ace. king and on" riiarrcr.d nnd onlv three clubs. · 'ho hand s'll! v.'ould be cold for a slam. Xow we come !o the problem ! 'hat Sobel brought ou* in conncc- i Men v. iiji the hand Declarer h a d ; 'o get 'wo discards to get rid of , 'v.o losing hear'* Afler winning ; the opening lead of the queen of hearts with the ac? and picking up thr trumos ho'v should he play the cii^b ruit? Shouln he play th2 acs and king cf club- and then ruff ihe three , hopinc to drop the queen" Or should he take the finesse"' Sobel ?aH thst he soont a lot of tune figurine out the maihe- ma'icai odes and that the correct nercentagc play is to take the club fin.sse. Rougn.y. he said that the odds are 3-to-2 in favor of taking the finesse, rather than atlcmpt- inc to find the queen v. ith two small club"; I havr no: figured the oria-: rmrelf but I w:I! not argue \\ith ^Ir Sobsl. a- tournament directors ara pretty fine mathema- . tician^ Club. \\ho olayca in the same three-some v. ith Bassler. took amateur honors with 72-73--145. nosing out Bobby Browncll of Washington who had 73-73--146 Veteran amateur Spencer Overton of I Baltimore, last year's champion, had 75-73--14S ! It was a coincidence that four players grouped at 143 all had won i the Maryland championship in ' past years They were Overton. AI j Houghton of Prince Georges with ', 72-76. Ralph Beach of Baltimore w i t h 76-72. and Cliff Spencer of ; Elirafaeth City. X C . with 74-74 John Bass of Baltimore had 7572--147 -A-hile John Kelly of Norfolk had 72-75--147. A two hour rain this afternoon ] affected scores Chevy Chase's par 69 withstood all assaults Bassler's 70 in the morning was low for the day. I r.0==; YO'J DOVT EX?EC: FRECKLES AXI KIS FKIEXDS Kaw Kscruits IMIS S'rJOVcL IS VW DAD'S --WE'5c \ DowT B OIM© O 0^ A JOLt-Y PRUME SW!Mf.1l*J£- ~^~CK A POOL, AND VDU GUYS ARE JUST J=ALOUS/ T MAY vpu To iT WE BEEN ASCUT "53 Busy ed as a pinch batsman. Surprisingly enough. Detroit's ailing Hal Nesrhouser, barsitis and all. ran The old American League ·waammy seemed to have lost its power in the first when Musial bomced his long drive off the roof into Grand avenue. Ashbum had nicked the bespectacled Masterson for an infield "leg single" to lead off the ball game. Even after Musial's belt, Master- soa. stiil \vas not out of the woods. Johnny Mize singled and Znos Slaughter walked but he ·weathered the storm. Back came the white-suited Americans with one in the second 02 3 home run drave by Detro.ts Hoot Bvers off starter Branca into the left field seats. Started Good Branca, who started out like a baa of f:re by wh:f=ns Pat Mullin of Detroit and Tommy Henrich of New York, the first two J wt** £ t ECrfU4-b a [ National . Ashfaum. cf. . j Kiner. If. AB. 4 1 ( Schoendiest. 2fa. . 4 1 Rigney. 2b. ., 0 Musial. If., cf. . " 4 ! Mize. ib. .. 4 : Slaughter, rf. .... 2 Holmes, rf I ·Pafko. 3b 2 i Elliott 3b. _ 2 i Cooper, c 2 ' Masi. c 2 Reese, ss 2 Kerr. ss 2 , Branca, p i "Gustme Schrait:. p. ... Sain, p "Waitkas Biackwell. p. ""Thomson _ , io»a»s "Struck out for ... 1 . 0 .. . 0 ... 0 0 1 R. 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "°"TM 35 z Branca H. 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 in 0. 1 1 0 2 3 4 2 1 0 0 3 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 " A 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 4 4th. E. 0 0 0 0 0 0 " 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' -- * 0 "Walked for Sain in 6th. Ostnchs may \ve2gh 300 pounds rom 150 to PKISCILLA'S POP What Every YTo:n;:n Km Radio Program MBS ABC .VBC CBS WOK WMAt WBAL T10 kc 630 Kc 1090 kc 130 ke Evening 6 CX--Xew«t K^;or:. 15 Mir; ---sbc ^.o--scait t-iTy Uay--cbs X"t'K'o--v Sj'»«t Ho«.r--abc-east Ki^.d-.c? Hour rep»a!)--a"oc-Tr»st 5 15--SIT --s M .*'c Tin-?--rbc 6 CO--M·-.-=.c T.rre--cbs-«sst 7.CO-- ? :rrcr C'ab--r.bc-'bas.C OCR BOARDTXG HOUSE · OT7F OtTR WAY '"Struck out for Biackwell in 9th siea to rsce mm ran .nto heavy going is the third due to B wild American streak. Mullin. rf. . Mickey Vemon of Washington. 'DiMaggio . aittirjs for Masterson. worked th* Zanlla. rf . . Brooklyn r;2"nthaider fo- a walk Kenrsth. If. .. Muliin strolled on four straight Boudreaii. ss. balls As To--.my Henrich of New Stephens ss. York, c^e of four American Gordon. 2b. Leaguers to play the entire same, poerr. 2b. struck out. Vemon and ^lullm Evers, cf ·worked a double steal Lou Ecu- Keltner 3b oreau, scraooy Cleveland mana- Mc^uinn. Ib *ar. hit z long fly ball to Enos Rosar c SZauchte- of S* Louis 5*1 nsht to Tebbetts. c ps-nit ^"c-ncn to tie :t up at 2-all. Masterson, p The Nationals threatened to get '*Vemon --n w.th Pasch: in the sixth Raschi. p. With one srcne. Bob Eihott drop- xWilliams T"i a single to left and Phi; Masi xxNewhouser f'. Boston huns a line dr.ve single Coleman. p. to '·enter ^The darkress of ths aoprcaching Totals £tsrn added to the drama of the 'Flied cut for Muihn in 4th occasion z- R=.schi walked ninch -'Walked for Mas'.erson in 3rd lu.^-r Edn.e Wait'-rus of Chicago xWalked for Raschi in 6th. ** «*d the sacks after retiring xxRan for Williams in 6th, BBGar Ker- of the Giants Ash-1 Score By Innings D»irn, the- kid from class A who! Nationals 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--2 AB 1 1 . 2 . 3 2 2 2 . 2 ·f 3 4 J . 1 0 . 0 .... 1 0 0 0 R. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 i 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 o 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 I 14 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 5 6 27 14 0 Bassler Wins State Open Golf Championship C h e v y Chase. July 13 -P-0 Charles Bassler. young professional at Baltimore s Rollmc Road 0 Club. \\on the Maryland open golf 0 championship today vith a 3S-hole score of !42 Basher's 70-72 was four above par on Chevy Chase's 6 675 yard layout He was two shots ahead of 0 Runner-up Bob Barnett. veteran Chevy Chase pro. Bassler's tu- umph brought him S200 first prize For several y»ars until three months 330 Bassier was Barnett's assistant here The \\inner came in a singie shot ahead of Barnet* on eich round Bill GrifStii cf Prince Georges I Xcirs: Dir.rcr Ia:s--nits 7:30--A. Ho* .11 Tr-.o--=bc J-Try W a-. ·· Sho^--c:s S 00--X«:.^-a' V --etrc's---be AT" 1 *.--^". Me ^7 T.r^e--cts To Fc A---O--CCT!--ai-c S.30--J?c rYa*i Sh"T--rbc D- C v -:«-an rVa--.i--cts !.u; \Vr :·-"»:» Ta'.«-.i--abc H.C.T Artier.-.re. TVsrr.a is S Ss--B '..i r."s« Ccrr.r er.l--rabs 9.00--T"t B_-". .! nT--rK- Abhptt .S. Cp^t-'lo--arc Gabr.e! H'attcr Cor-T^-.t--rnbs " "5--X^TT? B-o'sdcast--r-ts 9.3?--rii - *.-t \ f o -- e v DraTa--nbc .-,--,, s ji^.-o-. Co~c»-t--cbs fio For ti Hn .««--abo ?.Si--B i He-rv Xe^s--irbs O.CO--Trc B sr S'"-' Dra--'.--nbc The XV.'i«!V» D^an-.a--c'ns Gr"-d-i«. MacKa" Th»Ver--abc 10.CO--Mi.«.c A^po!n·.me^t--r.bc M,.v;c P^ ^ T .^ .pin--abc t'al.forma Mclort es--robs 1100--NV-\-. Vanetv I hrs --c» Ne-as , P ? « - r i i c Hoi:r--ab- N t - % s Da*ce Bind " hrs ---i-bs 11.15--Nrr- Variety to !---ibc 12 00--Dancing Continued--abc-west H=V. **\3'O ?LVT TnST SOZZ^^D'S !G-lT To T^.S SL'LCrA COSTUME: C.-vi A\S'\AME a'iS A \vir4u_E \ME -: = COAT DiSTQ'.CT ^H'^E XO C TO COVvl COL ~=.^os BAC --~~) AWM .XV-SE"-? '1WSPAPFR **-

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page