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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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[Indians Take [Braves Win Two From A"s iAiid Then Tie Had 'Huckleberry Finn' P«rlv Philadelphia. July 14 ,**)--Ageless Leroy (Satchel) Paige scored bis first major league victory tonight as the league leadir-g Cleveland Indians swept a double header from the Philadelphia Athletics to 1 and 8 to 5. Ken Keltner's 21st home run in the eighth inning broke a 5-5 tie in the second game and enabled Cleveland to increase its first place margin to 2 ! : games. First ganae: R. H. E. Cleveland 6 6 0 Philadelphia 1 4 0 Gromek and Hegan. 31arch;ldon: Harris and Rosa? Second game R H E Cleveland 8 11 Philadelphia 5 7 Lemon. Paige mad Keg-n. c. and Franks Chicago. July 15 JP--The Boston Braves nosed out the Chicago Cubs. 2 to 1. in the opening game of a doubleheader today for their fifth straight victory before 38.339. Howe\er. they \\ere held to a 1-1 tie :n the nightcajj \\ hich was halted by darkness after 13 in-' nings. i First game. R. H. E. Boston 2 5 0] Chicago 1 7 1 Sam and Masi Hamner. Kush. McCa!!. Borowy and Schsffing. Second game. R- Boston 1 Chicago 1 1 Voiielle. Potter and M: 3 and Walker. McCullough. H. il 9 E. Nats Take Chisox Washington. July ! Scarborough scattered X -- Hay severs h:ts Sox here tonight borough s first w:n in fjve weeks and his sixth of the vear against five defeats. ^ The score R. H. E. , Chicago 1 " * Washington ' 4 8 1 Wight. GiUespie and Robinson: Scarborough and Evans. Phils Dou'M Cards St. Louis. Ju!y 15 ·?--Del Emiis'' thirteenth home run with Ralph Caba!!e:o on base provided Dutch ' Leonard the margin he needed to beat tne- St. Louis Cardinals to- to 1. It via* the Redbird's . in se-. en games and snapped a 7-garne losing streak for the Philadelphia Phils The score R. K. E Philadelphia . 3 8 '2' St Louis ! 4 1 Leonard and Semsnick; Breech-" en. Wilks and Rice. Wilber. Loveltsville Drop§ To Fourth In League Lox'cttsville was dropped to fourth place in Tri-County Base- I ball League standings-. Thursday night, as Doubs beat the Virginians 5-3 in the nightcap o r z twin-bill postponements, under arc*, at McCurdy Field. In the opener. Wal- ke:sv:lie trounced Buike sto\vn. S-l A fi»ur-.a:i rally in the fifth orought Doubt- fro:« behind a 3-i count established in the second stanza of the same which was oniy six ard a half -nu-tigs by agreement The G '. a a t? :cr; tiguiativety crawled through a gaping hole in " the Buckeyes backs-top. to » i n the.- s charged Isigely :e:po!J«..ble verdict AB CJroen. f': 'he balls were o-. ei- Phot a £\ Frank Kecler The four bos picsured i.bove a:e :r.eii2bers of J:ie Cub Puck sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran church. Thi^ photogsaph taken last week when the pack held a ·Huckelbeny Fir.n partv Culler Lake. Puzes were a-.varded fo: She best costume large*: caught, smallest Sils caught and iarue^t individual catch All :. at was done with home made fishing The boys from left to n are: Robert Simmons. Keyniar, Charles B:O3drisp. College Piace Eu- « alker»\ illc ! W^nei if Colhfiowe: H Smith. !b C:um Ib \V Zs!.i:r.e; mi:i G Ra!:iom £ Kchne. ^ Barrick 2b K H 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 U ! gene Young ant. 423 Eat'. Patrick street and James Rar.'.vburg. Ml Pk-as. ' f cf 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 Yanks Pound Browns New York. July 15 -P--The New York Yankees pounded Fred Sanford for 11 hits including triples by Chi! Mapes and George McQuinn as they beat the St Louis Browns tonight. 4 to 2. Whuey Plat! homered with one aboard in the fifth inning for the St. Lou:s suns The score: R H E St. Louis - ~ New York . 4 11 Sar.ford and Moss; Killer Berra, Xiarhos. Soap BOA* Derby Entrant Is Guest~O£Liou$ Club Bucs-Giants Split Pittsburgh. July != 5*--Ray Post turned in hia ninth victory of the j ear todaj, pitching the New York Giants to a 10-3 vie-! tory over the Pittsburgh Pirates" AJ °ui ninety Lions gathereo. at after the Pirates ekec out a 4-3 - '-heir weekly luncheon in the triumph in the opener of a double' Francis Scott Key Hotel on Thurs- beader " . ° av at 12:05 o'clock and had one H. E i of their entries in the Soap Box to compete in · scheduled for the deiby \\htch s July 21 under the BOSOK Two-Time Tigers Boston. July 15 (PPJ--Lefty Darnell knocked in two runs with , Lomoardi. a double while pitching the Boston Fitzgerald. o a 3-1 win First game. R Xe\v York 3 6 0 Pittsburgh 4 12 0 Jansen Hartung and Cooper: Chesnes. Kigbe. Lombard!. Queen and Kluttz. Fitzgerald. Second game. R. H. E. York 10 14 i ' Pittsburgh . 3 8 1 Mel', Poat and Livingston: E. Riddle. Singleton, Main and co-sponsorship of Key Chevrolet and the News-Post. The roeenng wa presided over Totals Bucke\sto\\u G:eeii. c Keller, 31 Plunkaid. c£ J Kelly 2b Soper. if Snydci. Ib RannebTger Tobesv. i f Strailman. p 26 S AB R 21 16 O A 6 1 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 E 0 1 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 and Derby, Walter Clem, as their by the pietident. Clinton Hamilton guest, along with viewing the film, i "Soap Box Derby.' James Mossburg, the other entry sponsored by , nett. J r . of the publicity committee Havre DeGraci* Traclc ' Took Financial Beating Huvio de Grace. July 15 i/T")-This historic M a r y l a n d laco track !· jead to put out ' po«u.v feelers" to end an incipient -u^r \sith New Jersey .;nd U f l a \ \ a i « - !ci ··.··!.-nasc of Philadelphia fun.- The f u s t Miitmicr s-esMon at Ha\ re de Grace UOCMI'I end until ijluid3. but m«*!i.»Kcme!it jhcady ^.JN-J neve: .igdi.i if r. can help The liariord Bounty ti'ack took a financial bvatiti.; this soar While virtual!} all horo tiaci'- aic suf- fcr;iiK pol\*a: QrcJin-^v Havre do Grace dot-^i! t beiirvo 1:1 maKm{". :t \\orsc "y oompetiiiK w i t h the snor*." tnodern Gaideik State j:i Canidon, N J .»:u: Pkirrt ju--t out-.jv.il- \Yi!'mi'j;to!i H u v j o de Gr.Kv" ri*'. cjus'it i". the zriadle 111!;- yea: ::i thir «.cra:-Ulc lor PhilaJelp'iM pationa-;*.' i.por. took A p s i ! .ti-d *iia\ d.i'.e-- \\hicii r.tn N!i!.«i.k !!it^ "u* t v\i vp'.is s::".s; de Grace L»C«,iU.UC \\.»^ t!lA ! to «PC! 11'J- iv.editttclv after Gauim State So H a v i e de Grace tOvk a -.ujrr.-.e: .-.eet::iK a^ the v..«v ·',!», Tne vv. itch proves as-.vthsj'j; but a pi of itable -.olutioi* The }rt:it: j:.eet»-ig produced a i'..:l\ a i e i . a g c of SCb5 5o5--29 pei cent be:o - .v !:«-·. ea: Ti:e average up to today is: ;!···- i us rent !'.iC'.''-!!iK !*- oniy $352.- Ge!icr.i! Manajiir Chai'.e Mc- Lvnnan ih.-oIoNCts the ni.iu.igenieisi iv feven^lily cavtiiig about for :i \ \ a \ out of the cileinma He aul st'.t* le-t at the iin'iiieut ^ee^^^ to be a ieturn to Havre de Grace'*- prev.ar » \ « t e ' : : ui ·-prijiK -i"d fall ·m« rrrtertck. Mfl.. Friday. July 18. 1949 BUCVKH quiescence by Garden State and Delaware Park to shift in dates. Officials here indicated such approaches already are being made or will be in the near future. Havre de Grace officials have SDI;C as far as drawing up a pro- poed arrangement which would eliminate competition b e t w e e n Maryland and the New Jersey and Delaware tracks. LASY VICTORY Dr Ptpper ran v, iJd Thursday evening in Baker Park to submerge Coca Cola under a 17 to 3 scoie in a City Softball League game Trie -.vjnuers combined f i v e hit*. l\\o ·.talks and three ;.tole:i baM.-s in the fouitli (tame for v^\^ . iuns L^n- hart held The losers to five .scattered hitj. Di Pepper 37 ' T ^ Coca Cola » 5 2 Lenhnrt and Kux Morgan Jo:- dan, Abrecht Wiles a:;d Weii/e* SERIES BEGINS MEXC Frederick Hustlers open a bwt three-of-flve games serleg, here; with the Charles Town (W. ViO American Legion ball club opening on McCurdy Field lor an arc-lighted tilt. 8.30 o'clock tonight JuJrJZS. the local semi-pros return the Came, at Charles Town. The West Virginians will use their star battery tonight acquired from Shep- eidsto % .\n College. Pitcher Miller. has bcea signed by the Philadelphia Athletics. .SEEKING COAC'H StiH seeking a coach fw: S:H i^JS si-as-on V F \V loo'.b.i.! tear. 1 Manager CharSei Gieesi h.as called a!iothe meeting of the smii-pi eleven, for Tv:e.-i!ay. 8 p ;". at the Veterans ot Foreign V\'ar Ciu JiX" LAXE OX COM«TTEE Philadelphia. July 15 ifj--The new Democratic national committee. -.\hich will form the party's policies, includes many new members MeK.bei- of she committee, an- ".ou'sce-i today before the Demo- ciatic convention adjourned, include Mar\land--Gov W.lham Preston Lar.e a-idl Mr^ John L Wnitehurst. B !:!ii'oie Vi:gmi:.--G Fred Sv.-iizer. Har- iiscnburg and ^!rs John Garland Pollard Richmond Gieen jaiii last :m;!-t. 16 c..ni.- dates fos the second season i ch.b eleven, have bigtied up at prcvsou-. if.eetings ^!orc matern! i^ demise;! by the '·quad Practice of the V F \V Krid:e-rv is slatetl to begin August 1 Te..r.;s h.tve already been lotitactcd for and the program chairman Charles V. Main William B Bcn- 18 12 1 'X«v the club was unable to be present since he now is attending Camp Roosevelt. R. Brad \Voife also had his sponsored entry for the Gulf Oil Com- ! peny. William O'Hara. as his guest. ! The movie was shown by Jack | for the Soap Box Derb\. spoke ' concerning the event. Other guests v. ere Lions Byron W. Thompson. Tucson. Arizona. Robert C. Riddiemoaer. Mt. Airy: ! J. Goodloe Jackson. Cumberland. 1 Royce Payne. Madi=on County. V.».- Bums Club half" of "a. day-night, doubleheader Cincinnati. Pierce and Riebe. and Tebbctts. Second game: Detroit . Boston . Trout and Swift: Batts. July 15 ..?;--Rex Barney. Brooklyn right-hander, pitched a five-hitter tonight as the Tigers, 13-5. in the Dodgers defeated Cincinnati. 5-3. for their fifth win without loss this season on the Reds* diamond. A crowd of 31 045. the largest night gathering of the season, saxv the White. Brooks club four Cincinnati pitch- j Swift: Kramer ers fp r IQ hits The score. B. H. E , Brooklyn 5 10 1 j Cincinnati . 3 5 0 ; Barney and Campanella: Vander- Forney and the Clem youth "had his A R Dinterman. Walkersviile. and vehicle present which he will use Dr. C E. Blosat. of Pittsburgh. tonight before a 33.892 crowd. A 14.403 throng saw the Sockers trounce the sunlight. First game: Detroit . Boston Hutchinson. R. . 5 13 Ben ton. H. 13 12 0 American League Results Yesterday Boston. 13-3; Detroit. 5-1 Cleveland, 6-8; Philadelphia, New York. 4; St. Louis, 2 Washington, 4; Chicago, 1-5 R. Parnell E 0 0 and Games Today 'Cleveland at Philadelphia "Chicago at Washington St. Louis at New York Detroit at Boston meet Cress, Peterson and Laman- ', -?sn«ht game no. ' ' Standing' Of The Teams City Softball League Results Ycsicrday Dr. Pepper, 17; Coca Cola, 3 Game Today V. F. W. vs Dr. Pepper Tri-County League ', Results Last Nisrht i V.'alkersvilie, 8; Buckeystown. 1 1 Doubs, 5: Lovettsville. 3 Standing Of The Teams V. F. W. . Dr. Pepper Legion · Coca Cola . W. 3 4 1 0 L. 0 1 3 j. Pet. 1.000 800 250 .000 ^i Sunday Y'aikersville at Lovettsville ; C'eagerstown at Middletown Damascus at Buckeystown Doufas ar Brunswick W. L. I Cleveland . 47 23 j Philadelphia ... 48 34 i New York 45 32 ' Boston 41 35 Detroit 39 39 Washington 35 42 St. Louis 28 46 Chicago .... 23 50 Pct .627 .535 .584 | National League i Results Yesterday Pittsburgh. 4-10: New York. 3-3 ·Boston. 2-1: Chicago. 1-1 ; Philadelphia. 3. St. Louis. 1 | Brooklyn. 5: Cincinnati. 3 i 'Second came tied, darkness, end _ of 13 innings. · Games Today ·New York at Pittsburgh Brooklyn at Cincinnati ·Philadelphia at St. Loui" · Boston at Chicago | 'Night game ;"-; Tu'.a!:, 27 1 5 Score By Innings Butke%»to\vn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1--1 Walkeisvillc 0 1 2 0 4 1 x--8 Summary- Left on bases--Walk- eisvillt;. -" Buckeys-town. 1. Two- ba=c hits--Eiifile. Cruni. Stolen 0 a «es--W. Zimmerman 3 Base on balls--off Eiii'-e. 2. Strailman. 2 Struck out--by Engle. 9. Strail- ma:i. 3 Passed balls--Green 5. Losing pitcher--Sirailman. Winning pitcher--Eiistle. Umpires-Warrenfeltz and Trump Scorer-Glenn Zimmerman. Time--1'50. Xiehtcap Line ScoTr The score- R H. E Lovettsville 3 " ^ Doubs 5 5 2 Fry and Fleming. Roberson and Carey. Success \\ouU5 iepind on ac- An electronic tube about :he .si^e of a \\alnut and so sensitive that it can detect the movement of Jhe hair-spring of a watch ha; been developed. Top Soil and Flagstones BIA'E RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads anil Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Kese Tavern. Phone 1614-J Dump Trucks for Hire Standing Of The Teams W. L. Boston 47 31 Standings Of The Teams and R direc- , Damascus TAKES SOME FIGURING i Middletovrn In flying To the moon, we will! Brunswick have to take off from the earth Lovettsville which is traveling 70.000 miles an hour, and make our landing on a body which is moving around us at a rate of more than 2 000 miles an hour. W. 12 10 Waikersville 7 Doufas - 5 Creagerstown 2 Buckeystown 1 L. 2 3 5 6 6 8 10 12 COR3ETT ELECTED Berea, Ky._ July 15 ! CorEcLL. associate dean Pct. ' tor of ihe college of agriculture at .357 I the University of Maryland, today .769 i 'was elected president of the Amer- .583 i ican Country Life Association. _571 ' The election highlighted the .538 i closing day's session of the asso- .385 ', ciation's annual meeting at Berea .167 ' college. .077 j - .539 . Pittsburgh 40 ' 36 .500 St. Louis ,, 39 37 .455 i Brooklyn 36 37 .378 i New York . _ 37 38 315 Cincinnati 37 41 'Philadelphia . 37 42 j Chicago . 33 44 B. -- Pet .603 .526 .513 .493 .483 .474 .468 .429 i MYERSVILLE WANTS GAMES [ MyersviHe's independent base- j ball team desires to schedule games I with adult teams, for the next two : Sunday afternoons Club managers I seeking competition for those dates, | may contact either Robert Milburn. . phone Myersville 2731 or ^"-' ] Langdon. Myersville 2015. Nelson New Case Machinery V A O Tractors HEAVY DUTY Disc Harrows LOW-WHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTOM Tractosr Plows BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 SOLID-PACKED F U L L P I M T FOR SALE New 6 rood bouses with all modern conTenicnces. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Ap- CURTIS W.THOMAS S10 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J sav Great «/ * twenty times a minute.' Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store 9 SOUTH MARKET ST. FREDERICK. MO. KEHNE'S 69 South Market St. PHONE 67S WHISKEY DEPT. 2__V, Pints Change Gin $ .98 1 Pint Straight Whiskey 98 1--5th Apricot or Blackberry Brandy 1.50 1--5th Straight Bourbon Whiskey 225 1--Gal. California Wine . 2.25 ICE COLD BEER BY THE CASE WE DELIVER FURNITURE DEPT. 9x12 Linoleum Rug- $ 4.99 Cotton Mattress, Double Bed 10.00 Double Bed Spring 12.00 Porcelain Top Breakfast Suite 35.00 3 Piece Living Room Suite 90.00 Metal Broom Closet 13.95 Double Utility Cabinet 15.00 Brewed and Bottled TIT The National Brewing Co. of Baltimore in Maryland VENETIAN BLINDS 2-3-24-25-26-27-28 . All 64" in Icntth. Made io sell for S5.D3 3.99 When Lives Are At Stake tires. If the casings are worthwhile w e can have them recapped-if too old and weather-beaten, don't take the chance, but put on a set of Seiberling- Safety Tires. Liberal trade-in. -- NOTHING BUT THE BEST IS GOOD EXOrGH -Before you start on that vacation trip let us make a check on your o H £?!o MELVIN M. ENGLE ^^ CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS Back of Post Office Phone SO Frederick, Hd. SAM MILLER'S Army Surplus Store 33 35 South Market Street Genuine Army Shoes and Clothing ALL SIZES Ideal For Farmers And Working Men C03IBAT SHOES, COVERALLS, T-SHIRTS, COMBAT PANTS AND JACKETS. BELTS, FIELD JACKETS, PUPTENTS, SOCKS, ARMY KHAKI PANTS SHIRTS, WORK GLOVES. New Work Shoes and Slippers NEW POLICE AND MOTORMAN'S SHOES MARINE, ARMY AND NAVY SLIPPERS NEW Khaki Pants and Shirts I'M GLAD t K N O W * THING OR. TWO ABOUT COOKING, ^^__ SWEETHEART/ i' i»: AND » KNOW {' THE BEST PLACE TO BUY GRoc£R\es .... MOTHER. SHOWED Y ES, every- time you breathe (and that's 20 times a minute), you'll thank the good judgment that put you in a Packard! For only in a Packard can you get a constant flow of crisp, fresh air--even when you're standing still, with windows closed. At the touch of a button, \ou can create your own breeze--fresh, crisp, circulating air . . . completely changed once every minute. On the road, you cruise refreshed with windows up. No more nerve-wrack ing wind noise. No more wind biosvn Iiair. Ikckard And when winter comes, you keep right on making your own weather. Just set the dial for the temperature you want--the rest is automatic. So ^hy not start getting some real jnn out of your breathing? See your Packard dealer--let him give you a demonstration of the industry's most efficient heating and ventilating system. You'll find it's one of a multitude of good reasons for placing your Packard order now! A S K T H E M A N W H O O v/ N S O N E V \ ' ^ * .LHL.Nv^K BARBARA FRITCHIE MOTOR CO. 114-118 West Patrick Street Phone 1286 Frederick, Md. JOHNNY'S MARKET , WHERE THEY HAVE THE ftgST OF \ EVEKXTHIHG FOOD STORES i SUPPOSED TO HAVE f Si£d Bacon . . *59 Watermelons . . -69- JOIBO Skinless Franks 49 Cantaloupes . . 20 SIRLOIN OK. HOIE GROWN T-Bone Steak . . 89 Potatoes . . 10-39= _,, _- .---- '--·'- ·"---·' ·· i , - . . _ Fresh Pig Liver *- 39*' Lemons . . , . * GOLD MED \T, SOLID Flour . . . 10 87 New Cabbage . . LIBBY'S NEARBT Lge. Can Peaches - 27= | Tomatoes . . 2- I. \RGE C \X i NO. 1 Orange Juice . . 22, Cooking Apples 4^25* JOHNNYS MARKET 630 NOflT« MAflKCTST.^/^^^ KWSPAPLRl

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