The News from Frederick, Maryland on May 27, 1932 · Page 6
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May 27, 1932

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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THB UittY WEW« ire. fHDAY, MAY tT, 1932. WILD PITCH COSTLY IN LEMOE 10 OPEN JUNE 11 Each Club Will Flay H Games. Schedule Shows. A=sapc-js Mas -« fea" tfiir-nj '.he enure o.' Mount S; Mary » so first ;« :=. :a In :a* P-V:h-2j tee, a* ?-« Gray. ; * *"-* throlr I 3: »«· fork. 2. PhilnJeiphi*. 17; Boston. 18 PtWiburtfc. 3; CiadBBMt. Other clubf net «***Jl«l US! ONE LABOR DAY ar.a '. - r r_r.n*rs tfee ^ij 2 ._".je 05 * * * ' "**£ilt ^JJf^ !g.:.-?!c t.ie :««!- · n=--.5 He za- , 3 a ?»ii«l b»U a or. a S!j-«e»e CtUc«o if.» ai'.n t*o!Boet«n . e£= - Broo k!yn at Swr York Be«we - - .»-""./--"·.=· 5 --.*£-* '^ -~ e 13S ~ K ^ Sc=* -r. Eaaa.U3.rf *'* r"' He 'Aa' .r. '.ne r-..«i one or* |St. Louu :th la- ' Pv-tabur»h e M:ri- i New York up · BTOokZyn ha "LEST 1 WE FORGET" AMERICAN LEAGUE Sat- be ?la}«: V o 1 Uie »po:'-5.:-(? fcr a Mo-r.t S 1 Mar.. B_r:c- i circ'i.' r.;.: :r.* anal .n"irij Tak:r.g thr:r ba-_s Mr h iiiivors ued tr.e e:. »as waUfc ir.d sf-T. i ***' time »-aer. Per! York. 5; Washlcr-on. 0. PhJJ»dt}ph!a. 7; Beaton, 1. -D*troit. 11-1; Chicago, 3-1 O'-h«r gam* postponed, rau^ farce called in Stii. rair. -r. -.3 ri»hs Game* Today. Ne* Tork al Washington Cleveland ».'. St. Louie. Chlcajo M Detroit. Philadelphia at Boston Gra- rr.ac a wiM Da.er.port. :r.e Tir Th- Na - ." p-tJ.-.or h;'-. , ** I ;,.'*iNeT York "wiat^ ^«i»«.«- S' a ^r-.?JM? "^S: ftrst i Washington Ti-er.ci Eis'.es. o! Freder.ck Mast or. Kcsiler. Buncr t The «^Sl". drcp?« e ir*L-' I.-inchaes. They renewed :hfir .ease. hOTeitr anS the pendent ba". Tee fr-- '.ean-i *r.---h ^- op-a 'h» - ^eoscns at, horr-e- hi'-e a-ran;eU ipproprate c*r*rc;r.-^ foUo^ins the.Scn-'.-- :2-\ear custom of *-he learae The schedule Saturday. June 11. N-TT Windsor at Union Brtdse Middto»-n at Mi'ersvC!« Brjaswi'k at Woodsboro Saturday. June 18- Myersvj:* at Cnson Bridste Woodsboro at Midcl-ewra. X*w "W^idsor at Kmmitsbu-* Thunnont at Briins'K'ict- Saturday. June 25. Bridge »t Thurmont at Ne» Wtndscr Irorn ;r_rd The score Navr. 3b · Davenport; p ar.d Di-.eaport i Cleveland !3t. Louis AB R H O A E 'Chicago Standln, ol the Clnbs. W L. .25 9 .22 14 ._...19 15 ....19 16 . 1 9 !3 _....18 i9 . 4 4 .. 3 - 4 3 2 4 3 0 0 2 0 C 5 0 0 10 ; Boston I . 1 3 . a 28 .611 its .5H : .176 Let us not forget that many thousands of Americans have fought and died to make this a nation of which all of its citizens could be justly proud. * It is up to us, today, "to carry on" and keep fighting to reach that goaL THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION Bankers for Over 100 Years . 1828 . . . . 1933 EXTRA VALUES COUN LOW PRICES on tire* ia one thing--extra quality at low prices is quite ano'ther. When you can get the Extra Values of Firestone's two patented construction features--Gum-Dipping and Ttro Extra Gum-Dipped Card Plies Under the Tread--at no premium in price, you are getting the most in Safety and Mileage your money can buy. Prices for I these extra quality tires are unbelievably = low today; in fact, the loicest ever known. = · You owe it to the safety of your family and yourself to = . equip your car with Firestone--the Strongest and Safest 5 Tires you can buy at the price you want to pay. as Drive in today. We will show you sections cut from =E Firestone Tires--also special brand mail order tires and S others--take them in your own hands and check the con= struetion for yonrself. You and you alone be the Judge. =5 · Then you will understand why Firestone Tires are the out- as standing preference-£r of car owners. = In these days of thrifty buying--FIRESTONE EXTRA = VALUES COUNT! . si! The Tire That Taught THRIFT to Millions 0 : o 3 : 2 ! 0 0 0 1 ·» · 0 2 3 0 1 a o i o 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 ML St. MarVs- j Farrei: ss Lynch. 3o j Mulhean:. cT j Bonne.-. I.' IGais. Ib i Chanos^s: 2o Ed«:«a. 2D jCorbett. r: ! Rudg-ir.ie. c | Gray, p . . 31 AS 5 8 27 11 R H O A : : 2 2 o : i : : o . 5 . .. 5 . . 4 . . 3 2 0 4 0 3 I 4 I 3 ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 : o o o o o 2 1 Woods Dora at Myersrvliie Saturday, Julj 2. Ebamtiburg at Middieto»-- - Mj-ersvJl!e st Thurmont. Brunswuk at New Windsor Union Bridge at W.XKis-boro Monday July 4. no- Brlaji at M versvtUe at. huraont at Xsu Wir.csor Satsirday. July 9. at Un.oa Endce- at Myersvilie. Midaeto-ar. at Thuraiyit New ·Wj.dsor a" Wcodibcrj. Satuida July 16- Bruzs-rtck: at Middleton-a Ne-*' ·Wjiasor at Mjersul.e Woocsooro at Tiurmont. S3im-t^jurs it Cnlsn Bridge Saturday. July 23- Er^E-tsb-rs at Thurmont. Unior. Br.isc at Ne~ Windsor eri.iUi it Mtddletovn TotaJ 3" 4 10*25 1 I vOr.e out when wjirur.s run scared. I Scorr Br Innlnf*. 'jfavy 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1--5 , Ml "St M»Tj * . 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 !--» r Three-base hit~Malheam Home run | i--Bunce. Stolen bases--Parrel!. Cor- j bett. Kodgk:ns. Sacrifice hits--Keen. 'Kossler. Doub'.e p'.ays--Ke«n to Hods- . 'kins to Dauca to Barley; Ede'.en to 1 Parrel! Left on bases--Mt. St. Mar}' s. _ il: Navy, 7 Ba*« on bails--OH Daves- j Saturday. July 30. ;e at M.'«rs~'^le ·»"- "Vcwdsboro -\t Tef W.ndsar Br-ns-x.cs at T:i irrr.or.t Saturday. August 6. Thurrr.o=t at U=.on Bridge. New W-r.=scr at M Brcr^-.ci at Mvers-i'-.e at Saturday August 13- M:a-i«:o-»n s." SSr-atlabur? T£jr=3nt at Mr«rs'.^:- »T \V.r.!isor at Brurj-^.ck -.Tx;-di;-cro a; Unisr; Br.dje Saturda, August 20. 2a=.Usir» at vcdisorx* Jm at Un-.or. B-dsf Iport. 5. ofl Gray. 3. Struck out--By JDa'.cnpor:. 3. by Gray 5 Hit. by pitch- j er --Bv Gray Davenport) W!d p!Vch«s '--Gray. 3: Da\ export Passed ball-- Rudr-nsSe Umpires--Gre«n and Brock- i mar. T:rr.«--2 :5. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. Baltimore. 4. New-ark 3 ' Reading. 4. Jersey C.ty. 7 Rochester 1; Buffalo 5 Otiier clubs nol scheduled Games Today. Baltimore at Jersey C.vy Rochester at BuKa'o Newark at Reading Torcr.to at Mor."rcal Nev, ark Standinc Of The Clobs. W L. - -* 1* -* 15 - .. -5 16 "3 15 i oronto Pet. 632 615 610) 600 553 353i 350 Windsor a; Saturday. Anjrost 2~- T'-Lnnont at M-di'.etourr: Wcodibore st Sf7 t %T.r.:^cr Saturday, September 3. MT«rsv.; at Ne* Wrxisor T'r.urrr-or.: at raixi 3r-.d£* a'. Monday September 5 (Labor Day*. M d=:?-o*-r. at Br~-s--.ct DEMOLAY TEAM WINS Do You Remember -- ecrr* One Tear Ajo Today--TV-Ilram Kir- '^_ Alumni Defeated Ajun. 7hls Time In Ten Innings. The L*MOi*v aram vf*^at«i tha Ie- Molav A'.x.mr.. sr«"c:x5_ Vam 21 a ' Fratema. D.-s-s.oa »a~f thai vent 10 ; ^r.r.^ncs jr. Baker FarSt Trurjdav «-. eri- j Alussru '".th its ::rst d»:eat Wesnes- ! day The seer* Th.-.rsdiy was S-7 ar.d siarted :he first extra :r::i:r.£ same of tl:e current carr.pi_«r. The A-^nin. jot ,»-*ay to a t-a-o-rin lead :r. :^e first , -r.r..r.g b.: sa-r :t i.it a»»y ^hes trie The ·a.r.r.ers ad^ed :~ 'hr.r i«ac in 'J^.t Drllolay -en out *5 ofl ^-. ·_-.? tenth Men's This Quality Sold For $10 Last Summer Why swelter in the heat, \\lien for oiih JjG.'So you can get a LINEN suit that will keep you several- degrees cooler than the thermometer . . . keep you fresh looking all through the Summer. The fine PRE-SHRUNK linen aiul the splendid tailoring in these suits will c'.iansre your idea about how much VALUE $6.0.3 -w-.U buy. Select yours NOW ... initiate it on Decoration Day. t KEMP'S Store For Men 4 PC LINEN Suits $10 SEERSUCKERS 57.95 Tropical Worsteds . . . $10 Boys' Linen Knickers .19 SIZES 6 to 18 Tt«y"re pure Uaes. the kirxi that washes »o eisily. They're mbcut tie coolest th^if ir kaow of tim! your boy c»a fear. Whits, gray mad Trh.te Titli blue or bro'Tn plahls. Siras S to IS KEMP'S Store For Men Boy* ' Summer Union Suits Boys' Crash Knickers . . Soys' Blouses -- Shirts . . 55c Mens To\-o Panamas .50 and Milan STRAWS The ose sketched a TOYO PANAMA in ihe popular Opt^no style. There are mi^n strai-s. too. la »h:te and :a^ Get yyjrs Saturday and g3 through the Smarter »:th a ;:·: head KEMP'S Store For Men Gen uine "0 -s-et-s. but ""-3 ns.er :ia«c a of Tcfcer. Harr.rrc~ to third rn ar; ^.f.eld cut sr.d scored *~- i. * ,v^ -»«·»-··» *«» -i--· \*va*""t sr* O njir's. £ ..*· C" ·?!""**T i ^^ TC^.?* pres-^o: t--e^?as-e : o 1 ^-e«^ea.s p^vLnj -: r.rr-: Nisi ^as --Te h-jh- T ? ^r.eur* DeMc'-ay-- E N'--c, jhonsvp a=fi p.- cr.tr F:".ir.- se-or.,1 su* B-;yer. , rtrhtf.eld aci shortstop Mas ih^d Five Tears Aso Today--ih* Keys. Vy-^-g both gir=es oi a doub-t bif » N*-5-srs cropped tie- C«'i ani oirse r:rr.e --- ^r. 40 shortstop H X.LSI ,-·«-;.?; Keener, i er. aant»b-rg :.?." **.a B-tche.-. second base. Hc- Kesp f.r.-: base | Ten Years Ago Today--For ".e sec- pX: end tjr.e -i :^3 yearj. Cal.Jornu. 'izRf.t.i.. \Lc.ae". s-s-ept to tr« lrc-r.t .n the =t«TCO13«gMte deruck -hu-S base track sr.d fie'.s m«ei soonng 43 1-2 · ,yj ,-ij - c -o^a Priic^.cn ^r.tri 31 Jar* Planning To Grt Marrifd. ?.!c"-c^ar.: "of Ca:'.fc-r,'J. rreat-jvg a r.e-af Warren · Bc--';. H-r:-,- V ~ . M : , ·aa.vjr.ar tiurc* recora of 171 :eet 0 St Mary * ar-d Fr«.«r-.cs biseoa.. i.ar, | ir"bc« 'aa* the individual star of the , u pHar.r.~g t get m»rr«3 :"r..s sjrrjr.«r j gases v-.-h 12 ?;.r.ts scored. Herc'.er's rr.ar.ta: p'.ins ha'. ?rasr««ed ; Xe^s advert-ii? pa^j G:^ st 8 * r^rr.e he :s 3-_c^.s fsr h:s ar.d«-to- ! T-- " be is MeSl-errysto-x-n, Pa. Broadcloth Shirts Wh ite--Blue--Tan--Green SIZES 14 to 17 $1,00 Caref.Uy t-i-lored ar.d cut *:ih ih- T-Uness that --en li«.5 colors are VAT DYED. »h:ch means thai :-.ey -M.l S of tr-.ps M the .v.r.crv T.-hc'Jt fai.r.g Hep.er.iih KEMP'S Store For Men Separate Entrance East Patrick Street GUM-DIPPED CORDS The Firastoae pot*ni*d Gum-Dipping process hontfomui (fie cotton cores into a strong, tough, sinewy un'rf. Liquid rubb»r penetrates every cord ana coats every fiber, guaiding against Internal friction and nect, sreotly inaejs- ing the strength of the coed body, ond giving longer tire life. TWO EXTRA GUM-DIPPED CORD PLIES UNDER THE TREAD This is a patented construction, and the two extra Gum-Dipped cord plies s* so placed that you g«» 56% stronger bond between t.-ead and cord bcdy, ond iests show 26% grecter protection cgai.tif punctvies and blowouts. It s*«s o now standerd f~i tire F«?o.-mencs on high speed cm. NON-SKID TREAD Tough, live rubber specially compounded tor long, slow wear. Scientifically designed ncn-skid give; grsater frss- t:on end scfa, quiet Listen to the "V'c'ca or ?L-K'C3a" er^.-y .Vond-j iti^Jir. mxr .VJf.C natiam COMPASS CONSTRUCTION -UA. Cherrolet Cberrelet_ Ford Flyiaoutlj Ersklae 1 Cbxndler ' DeSoto -- ' Dar*nt -Gr, Pnige Poaliac , 'S^ -- o5?snr BaictM O^Sj" ' .BuicI SnTbfr ' Aabara ·R-- . , ' Stu'falV ' Gardner ,,, O«klmod"' PeerJ«z«_; T~^9 S^5 4.40-21 4-50-20 4.50-21 -i.75-19 4.75-20 5.00-19 5.00-20 5.00-21 5.25-18 5.25-21 5.50-18 5-50-19 f.^CCJj,- C-iJai: Trrt T3 34-79 5.35 5.45 6.3S 6.43 6.65 6.75 6.98 7-53 8.15 8.35 8.48 1 ^··ccf^r O.c«3 Tir« ?- ?.= S9.3C SO. 36 10.54 12.32 IS. 48 IS. 90 X3.IO 13.54 14-6O 15-82 Z6.2O X6.46 COURIER TfPE sat 4^V2I_ t^C-21 soix^a. ~ OCT Cjsfe? i^ EKS S3.63 3-98 3-57 B-S-* KlSC-ii. pj.1,- S3.63 i 3.98 3.5T 0, C*s* FrJot " !S °" S7-04 7-74 6.92 | Via CbryiJer ^ !"·£«£-- Flud^ozi f Hap-bUc-j LaS«lle_' K«.A_ Pierce A (-.Jill.- ' T_ LITY · PRICE ! i S£a He. »*T DutT 6.00-13 6.00-19 6.00-20 6.00-21 6.00-22 6.50-19 6.50-20 7.00-20 F15ES7B CifeH OttPtK Ejii r 3 313.63 10.65 10.95 XX.XC ZX.60 11.30 X2.65 24.65 FlBESiaiE tt£s Tjnf Ct?- i^ia Hf=Sl $26.66 21.04 21-24 21-54 22.50 23.8* 24.54 28.42* TRUCK and BUS TIKES U,S« 30i5H.D 32x6 H.D. 34i7 H.D. 36r8 H.D^ 6.00-20 H.D. 6.50-20 H.D. 7.50-20 H.D. 9.00-20 H.D. 9.73-20 H.D. RSSSTWE CelF-tt EKS S15.45 26.50 36.40 51-65 14-50 16.3O 26.45 46.50 61.65 BREST CSS CtOPres FK ?K: S29.96 s:.oe 70.60 ' XO0.2O 28.X4 31.62 51. *« 90.4* 120. OO , SENTINEL TYPE sir£ 4L4O-21 *.73-19 S.OO-19 SJSS-21 Csr CD E 5M=« j» 4-57 5 5 6 .12 ·39 .63 * S9« Brrs KriS- ni f, fv 7jr« $3.95 437 5.12 o.3 6.63 ft=r Cis* Mei *7-66 8.46 9.94 10.46 12.86 Ocfc«r five* Praport*oncs*tr Lo^ *F1RESTONE do not manufacture tires under special brand names for mail order houses and others to distribute. Special Brand Tires are made without the manufacturer's name- Ttey are sold vithout his guarantee or responsibility for service- Ererr Firestone Tire bears the Firestone name and tbe qualirv excels that of special brand mail order tires sold at the came price*. J 'A' One of the largest magazine publishing houses published a sur»ey -which they recently made to find out the tire buying plans of car otvners for this year. In this survey they covered twelve states and interviewed 1.403 of their subscribers. They found that 68% of those interviewed are going to buy tires this summer, and that 27.2% of these car o^-ners are going to buy Firestone Tires-the next highest is only 20.6% which shows the demand for Firestone Tires is 32% more than for any other make. FREE Saturday and Monday FREE Cleaning and Testing of SparkPIugs with every Lubrication or Oil Change Clean Spark Plug Save 1 Gallon Of Gas Oat Of 10. Mountain City Garage FIRESTONE ONE-STOP SERVICE 331 North Market St., Phone 701 I

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