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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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SIX DAILY 11KW, VHSDSH8K. VCD., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31,'IWL IN ^^^tj^^ ^tttfm^^ r A P HIO : . h. b. uLu BRUSHING UP SPORTS . . By Laufer B rrtT nripnil l i.\ M-nxfiM _L01 oi-ttuu!? 18K RNIERE New Year's Day Game Martinsburg Cancelled MAY GET INTO LEAGUE t:u- k j.::-.;.iu::: IV.; d ~ . 5 it "^.ir;.::*::-:;: T .V. V a . :r.e Frederick At:~:- -.."i 1 .-: c:.t ..-f 12 ;.; .i ' _- ·.::. ;';rjt t_r::e -:·:.·-·: ot:t:;:jyt--J :·.·:: i--i:r.- The \Val- U r , ; ;:;c-d M:;-..": ::iree :;'..x-'i:-,-c ;v_;r: - _s p-jv- -d ;::.- -say '..;·- aH t h e CeU.c,' ;xnv Arr.;:"..' ;::.: -.lu';- '·-vAtc'J: ~.rre the III;-::- Ha:p.-r= Ferry C^'l·:·;::;ins. 3r;;:;r- v.-ic): Kailrcai-?rs. Be'.hlehtni Grays and llartii^bor^ Kr-se C::;:par.y X--. 5 \V:r:- cl-C5tfr !iej th-j ".vitiii frvice ;ir.ci Harpers. Ferry cr.cc. May Get InlD League EnthUfVd over the success rnjoyetf by ;-..- team c:;r;:ig '.be '.3.:'! rarr.paiRr.. G: ;.ve i-* cuasidtrins cr-trrir^: his club in the South A*. lar;t:c League r.cxt seas::;. I: was a; ir.e suites'.:o:-. of "Skinny" Price. ;-ur ;-f t h e penr.a:;:. v.inning Si Msry's Celtic;, t h a t Grove decided to ~o-siC'~r t:-v rr3pc£:t--i::. Price, and the Berkley brothers and Rxi Webb, msinjiays o! the Celtics. ·s.-iU p!ay with Frederick Jr. the f.cnt It ja;r-s It- the league. Webb. :.'.t'.'!?;isii Jew Tans rallied it last Sunday, is n 'onr.cr University ··'.'. C.iiifcrnia lulibacs. and plenty gocxl at txjundirs a i;ne. I' a tearr. is placed i:i liie Souli; Atlantic League ii vTD-j!t meet the best corcpetition in this section, piaying such teams as Irvir.jton ol B:4"umorc. and tac Apaches and Mo'na-Jks cf Washing; 012. The sticcesi o! the re::U:rc de- per.di entirely upon at'-cr-dance. Crowds ; curir.g the past season -xnc very good, i but it Is believed ever, better turnouts : can be attracted next season tlirougrs league competition. In comparison, at: tendance here durir.g the jcason TOS as j go^a as IT "at better t!;ar. in Washing- | tor! where 'etr cl tJ:e crowds exceedcx? 3. thousand persons. ; With the exception or Dick Butler. the Qu3.nt;co Marir.e. ·*::.. played al! bur- a fevr games; and Pric,- and the t Herisley boy;. -.Tho partic-.TX'-tt'd in two ; sanjes. the Frederick teasi was coai- | -s=?c of local taicr.t. The line wai pow- ! rrful ar.i not. outplayed in a single ! ca:ne. The f ;rr.-srd wai! pr.xiuced sevrr- : a: outstascir.Et r-tar.-. cpocia'.iy R;iy : Sicc:o and "Guinea" Estcrly. In the : bsckiiEld Btitier shor.e as i;d Buck A!ex- ; under. The tvra casuaitirr- ".verc Alton i Unas, TITO brc-ke a leg In tlve Harpers ; Ff'rry sarr.r. and "KcsKy" Fry. who lost : HiTTeR. OELWERED RUM-- -Aueav9i3 Do You Remember JAPANESE UNABLE TO HIT LEFTY GROVES FAST ONE Athletics' Ace With Team That Toured Far East. EXPECT BIG CROWD R««ord-Breakcr To See era California Game. ' Lonacoring. Md_ Dec. 30.--The Japanese are swell fellows and take their asebail seriously, but they just couldn't hit Lefty Grove's fast ones that turned ; American League batters inside out last season. "We *«^ tbe time of our lives on that trip." Lefty said today as he reared back on his chair in the bowling alley he oirns and runs in baseball's off season. Be and a band of champion big leaguers retuaced last week from their j tour of Japan, during which they played 17 games before 500.000 Nippon rooters. · j "The Jans are better fielders than they are batters." the Philadelphia Athletics' star declared. "My fast one? I don't believe I threw i a eurre ball hi any of these games. The ' Japs didn't seem to be able to do much 'damage to the fast straight ones. "Their own pitchers hardly ever last\ ed more than four innings against us. i iTheir twirlers there displayed form : i equal to major league pitching here, but 'at the end of a comparatively short time they went to pieces." FIELD GOAL IN LAST MINUTE !BRINGS LOCALS V I C T O R Y Silent Five Defeats Washington Team By 23 To 22. Contrary to predictions ol about 90 j P«r $ezr!. of football fans, Coi. D. John ! Marlwy, this city, and fonaer grid j meaior at the University of Maryland j when it was known as Maryland Agrf- i cultural College, contends TuIaoe'S ·' Green Wave has a 50-50 chance of j defeating the highly-touted Southern ; California eleven in the Rose Bowl ; game in Pasadena, Calif.. Friday af- j ternoon. Col ^Marker was in Sew Or- · leans when Tilane defeated Washington Slate several wceis ago. 28-14. and ! it is his opinion that there is eo basis ; for tbe opinion among grid fans that j Southern California will mop up the : field with the Green Wave as :t did with Georgia. j "The forward passing coasaiaai'on j of Zimmerman to Hayres is deacij," ! he said. Gerald Dairymple, Tulane's | star end, is a great all-rouse! player, j probably not as sure a pass receiver tf j Harries, but possesses uncanny ability : at diagnosing opponents' plays ssd be- j trig there in time to s:op than. If the Trojans should and some way of bet- ; :lin; up Zimmerman to he can't pass, i the Green Wave can put forward several She throwers in Glover. Pelts, · Dawson. Haik, Kodgins and DeBuys. Col. \farkey said he does not believe · the lighter T-alsnt team wili be able to i cope with the Trojans on ground plays, i but thinks their baffling osssing at- { ta;k will completely ·stump Howard s Jones' powerful eleven. In the Wash- j *.'· ington State game Tulase completed ; |' 14 out of 29 passes. Coi. Marsey can; t' ~yi see Tulane as the underdog and ! ? thinks with a share of g:xxi breaks, i $·· can repeat cl-.e dose Notre Dame ad- j f- ministered Sotithern California last ! : '. One Year \;.i Today--B.it Bill Til- cir:; aliixcd I:B'.. ir:;riti;re to a contract j ·Aith Jack Curli-y. New York promoter, j to play prorcssiona! tc:::iis in New York j and ori a xvarld tour las than 24 hours i after he r.r.r.r-ir-ccd his retirement from ; amateur t-i-rmis to cr.tcr the movler-. Kafs Feat At Inverness. Four Birdies On Par-Four Seventh. Gave Him 1920 Open Ch =mpionship. Cramer's field goal In the Isst minute of play gave the Frederick Silent Five a 23-22 victory over the Washig- ! ton Silent. Five :n a same pbyed in 1 Washington Tuesday n:g;it. The Di^i trict of Columbia lads came from be- ; · hind In the last quarter to take a lead j of 22-21 with UtOe more than a minute j S remaining- Cramer took the ball from i lip-off, dribbled to beycr.d the foul line i and dumped the leather into the basket i a few seconds before the fir-al whistle, j The victory was the third for the i local team. It assumed the lead and | held it until the Washington rallied in . i the final quarter. The local team was jahearl 10-7 at the end of the insti;! half. Every member of the vanning ; combine played good ball, with Cramer ' and Gniecko featuring by their scor- | ing, and L. Downes. ICnode and Erode j by their floor work. Noah Dowries. ' considered the greatest all aorcuru .tthlete ever graduated by the Maryland . State School for the D;af. played a line : game for the IOSCK. , The score: j Frederick Silent Five (23) That 1932 may ring in greater happiness to all, is the sincere wish of THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION BAXKEJKS FOR OVER 100 YEARS 1828 1932 "Dad. the barorceter has fillen." -Very raa:h?" "Only five feet, but it is broken."-Answers. P. Five Years Ago Today -- W.lbur ''Junior i Coen of Kansas City -a-as cro\vr.ec: national indoor beys' tennis champion at Baltimore by his victory :r. the title rnntrl) over Sidney B. v.-jxxj. Jr.. t r Nc-v.- York by scores 01 6-2 nnti C-4. Ten Years AEO Today--Edgar F. Dawson of Fordham Prep -.von the seventh r-aticr.?.! ;ennis championship in jun-or indoor singles. c"(.'c-?.!i:;n Morton Berr-steu'. of Horace Mann school, former boys' :iat:onai indoor champion, by scores of 6-3. 6-4. S-10 and G-l! MARYLAND TEAM A HIT | City League j T!w Crystal Laundry team. i: 1 . addition to its roll-oft j.\r:;? with the EiKie- Tur^riny r.i^r.t. v.til roll s. post- r:r.r£ rarr.e '-v:th the Diamond?. The Ftic r.dshir 1 ^ ~'ont throuch the i*^ ~ ". ""c.^ t *~;C '."".Iv c-^n^ '_ c t ^r.t r.'.lcr. 'Z '.'. ~" 5 C '. ' ' Frirndship M U S i 515 -53 480 Forrr XVbronsin To E*lra Play As j Badjters Win By 2 Points. Madison. Wis.. Dec. 30.--The capacity crowd of fans who sa-.v th° University ·.if Wisconsin's basketball tcarii r.ose out the University of Maryland tonight in A tnrulzrjg overtime rr^aie by a score of 32-30 have more respect for the brand cf ball played in the Southern Conference. The Old Liners, playing their first gan-.e this far -.vest, g-sve an excellent accoan; of themselves and on t.::r;r pfrforrnance tonight threaten to retain their Sr.ii.herr. Conference championship. I- took cvcrytiuns in the Badger's repertoire and an cxtrj five minutes of ;.l»y to :-.;rr: back the TlghUas Maryland r.uint. Tho 30-r.i; deadlock ·a-as broken -.vl-en Marvin Stecn rank tho i-ir.ning b.iskc; jus; as the ftr.ai whistlo blew. Mar-land took the :c:id and hckJ :t most of the fame, but a determined rally by thr Badgers in the -war-iss minutes p.-rmittta them to tie the score and 5-r-r.d the game into an ertra period. Th-r v;j:tc-.rs I PC at half time. 14-T. I By fracluring par four times on the ;jar-four seventh at Inverness in 1920. the gigantic Ted Ray was a'o!c to take the U. S. Open trophy on its last jour- r.cy across the Atlantic to Engiind. . Otiicrs have tried to duplicate Rays : achievement, including many long drivers in the last Open tournarnctit which i BiH Burke won in July, but m-ithcat i success. ! The seventh at Inverness is a famous i dogics:. one- that ha5 occupied the : spotlight for more than 10 years. It ! rr.'.asurcs 3;G yards the long way ! around arid permits no careless or off- · line shots. The hole is a natural par : four, with hazards along both sides and traps before and behind the green. The ; srccn itself is rolling in nature. Three times Ray gambled the direct air line against the safer long way : around. With one tee shot he actually drove the green 285 yards distant and I in full view of the tee.- Once he made j the journey via the fairway. ] His four birdies rewarded him in the : final tabulation. Had he missed one. : the test, he could have got out of it ; would have been a tic with Vardon. O1?OU£ CJEf? Trig VALLEY AWD OUC£ Kr.ode. f M. Cramer, f. L. Dowses, c. . Erode. ? Gniecko, g 0 !0 Totals 10 3 Washington Silent Fivs (32) G. F. : Haf.'erty. f. I King. f. ... i N. Downes, i Looney, c. . : Vocrhees. g. f. 0 y We Again Extend At This Merry Christmas Season A Sincere Holiday Greeting ffi We carry only standard coals. Their quality cannot be surpassed. Geo. S. Rodock Son Fifth St. at P*. ft- B. Phone 90S. ' Totals Referee--Monaghan. son. Scorer--Quinn. Timer--Ben- The tooth of a prehistoric monster. weighing four pounds, was recently unearthed near Evansville. Ind_. beneath the bed of the Ohio river. It was burled under 85 feet of earth. . y 5* VI Markeli Ford Hutchison. Dicgel and Jack Burke. But he didn't miss--K the championship \ was his by one stroke- j Sport Tips ;ot Ray Gardner, former Frederick sacd- st-ar. who interrupted a promising ] ^i as btuxtoall career Jast summer by remain- '" " ir.g here and selling automobiles in- rtead of reporting to the Sacramento club of the Pacific Coast League, has decided to Jake up where he left off in 1930. Gardner is in communication with Lew Foaseca. manager of the | the G. L. Bakers on January 21. Dou| slas is holding out for $225 and Grove ; claims his best offer is SI 75. Grove i j has agreed, however, to raise his ante to an even two hundred bucks if 11 reduce his S25. played here last I amazed the largest crowd ever to see . 5 a game in this city by passing, drib- j ] bling and shooting all around the I _ j Cleveland Favorite Knits. The House I * · of David will play the Bakers at the State Armory Wednesday. January 6, Chicago White So*, who is trying toi.^ o^n",' T^SteS*^ ft«S C:TV rowLixc LEAGUE eslerday's Results. Dr. Erich L-cenvLnr.. of the state ::.'.'-;r;ity of lov.n. 1:33 recommended h vise of .^xiium amytal. a drug . h.Jh rr-.akf- pe-rple happy ar-ri fricr.d- . .-.r.ci creates ir. tr.crn a desire ;o tell Uli obtain his contract from rner,to. Gardner played for the Cleveland Indians in 1929 and "30. S^-.cc ilax Carey assumed the job as rreanagcr of Brooklyn his opipJon lias been asked on every known subject of baseball. The ether dsy some beer, the best batter in baseball. i nmnansvffie. Mo., invade ! court or. Januarv 16. the local i With only a day remaining in this i i old year of 1931. Alan Gould, sports j ; editor of the Associated Press, began ihSrJcing of what would be surprising | ·- upsets in sports for the new year. Acd .he arrived at these conclusions: I. l-.e fortr.rr Pirate said he rated Rogers . Jac;c Denas*y to beat Max Scirneling SAYS TULA^E HAS CHANCE Hc-msby as the greatest right-handed rvAtsniar. and maybe the best from cither side. He was also very keen fcr Nap lajcir. Others favored Ty Cobb .v.-.r. Shoeless Jce Jackson. If Jackson :-.r^~r.'t cr.drc his baseball career so .-:.:: ~1 ?f » record hr rr^ht have cstsb- i--=l-.«5 ^. the pur.r. beca'jse h- wa? or.e :-.s a stcrrn ir. -:-.:ch a trr- ook ;hrp-3T, by Hcrrr.ar. Wc;- :-.fr 5-::-.; :-.^r. crwh.r.; :c the ca^-.-ss :r A rour.t o: r.;r.r. Hods Barry, ycnir.g Wash r.rtor. hpsvywetgh;. came back j\:r.-day r.ie'.'.t to CA---. s cra-r ~:th ·R.=.l- :::-.-.-- -^ · Bit Bf rtr.A ' tx-f-ro A arid regain the world's heavyweight I championship after an interval of six i years: 2. The return of Bobby Jones to the open golf conquest t 3, Paavo Nunni to win the Oiyrapic marathon . si Los Angeles. We clo riot think there is much doubt that Bobby Jor.es could coce back if he so desired, but there is -: raison lo b^iieve he will. And -.t r.cu:d not surprise greatly to s«t X-.^rrn; w^i the Olympic marathon. As far *5 Jack Dcmpeey is car.cerced tlx-rc is- r.oborly -'ho ferlouj'y thinks he has A rl-^r.cc to coa-.f back even agairvst an aca-lr^t Mas Schinchng. Jack was f-r;^l".ri as » grrat fighter whcr. he me-, Ger^ T-.:r.ncy. Th-- don't com- :·-:-. rarr.c rr,:J?ay of the ar.c rr^ricd the first ti career cf the ycur.g Capiu! rr-sr. that he ha? beer, in donjrr cf c.--:r.;t .r.:r for tl-.« cvr.rt. Wfir.er's PI-V t r f u l tj-f: car.-.r JT. ··.*!-. Lr.sr ti-.rc-iish the e-oite ar.d caught Barry fliish or. tl-.e chir.. Barry earT.r^. a clrsT bc- f an early lead. I; Colhrrtsons Increas* Lead. r. New York. Dec. -? --Mr. ar.c Mrs. :- Ely CulberwKi won five of the first ·r. i-.:Sfrs tor.igl-.j in the big cor.- t rrji·,·".!. Their lead over Sidr.ev I'-icher thin ever. n thp 119th rubber -sras C-.;lbrrtsons had tron 68 Grove ar.a -b Dc--.:::las r. .» SiOO g-jarantee. :hr Rer.i^vasce- bs,=-k-:b.ill co-'-rrc rhsrr.picns of the world, .of iu be broii^t here for a came with ! LCE'A 320. figroo Yo ;.c::. Jr.. b.vame :l-0.535. \Vhrn t finished the ar.d Ler.r. 52 A l.ttlc slani by Mrs. Cuibertsor, ar.d four rubbcrt 7.-.th a 700 bornis heta- ed roll ;;p the C-.:"oe:!«r.5' pl'.is. Points 119; Culbertson, 1.500: Phone 202 PYROIL Liquified Graphite saves your motor, saves gas and oil at the cost of Ic the fralloti. SALESMEX WANTED THE MARYLAND PYR-OIL CO, DISTEfBt'TORS ToolcsviHe. Jld. Phone 16-} F. O. Bos 47. The RAMBLER Rambler shows advance quality at 1914 prices. A roomy blucher that comfort and long THE BENNETT SHOE STORE Thank You-- As we survey the achievements of the closing year we are reminded of the hearty co-opration of our many patrons and friends which made this year sueessful in serving the motoring public. . With a deep sense of appreciation, we acknowledge this contribution, and pledge ourselves anew to the same efficient service during 1932. j Frederick Motor Co. ROBERT L. WARFIELD, President General Manager HEXK3T A. ENGEXBRECHT. Business Manager AVALTEK P. 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