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Three Straight Over Detroit Boston, July 16 (3=)--The Boston Bed Sox mad* it three in a row over the Detroit Tigers today as Joe Dobsoa chalked up his llth pitching win by a 5-3 margin. Junior Stephens ended the Boston scoring by poling his 18th homer into the left-center screen against Relief Pitcher A! Beaton with none aboard in the eighth. Dobsoa held the Tigers to seven hits but spotted them a two-run lead. Leadoff Johnny Lipon opened the game with a single. George Kell drew the first of Dobson's four bases on balls. Lipon then scored after Dick Wakefield bounced a two-bagger off the wall in dead center field. That slugger was driven horfte by Hoot Evers. Tne Red Sox did not get to starter Art Houueman until the fifth when Bill Goodman walked and scored from second base on Birdie Tebbett's s-sgle. They palled into a 3-2 lead in ;he sixth on Johnny Pesky "s double, a pass to Stan Speace. filling in for ailing Ted Williams, a Stephens" sacrifice and Bobby Doerr's two-run single. Horiteman gave way to Benion after itora DiMaggio doubled in Tebbetis in the seventh. Stubby I, Overmire came in after Stephens hit for the circuit. The score: R- H- ~Detroit . 3 7 1 Boston . . . 5 II 0 Houttersan. Benton. Overraire Soil Scientists Check On Mother Earth By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE AP Science Reporter East Lansing, Mich.--Soil scien- j tists j»are wired up Mother Earth i for tests like a human patient get- j ing a complete check-ip. ' They take he*- temperature, in i the air above the earth, and from 1 half an inch to 60 inches below ' the surface. They know how deep I the earth is frozen. .' They have a anger on her pulse. ] of life-giviag water. They know i · how much rain or ssow falls, how j , how much penetrates, and how j deep it goes. They tnow how much . rain has rolled away, and how! much precious tcpsoil was carried . with it. They know how much energy, the sky and sun scatter over the I patches of earth they -re measuring. They know how much wind blows." What they're learning will benefit farmers and city folk all across the fros* belt of the northern tier of states. It will help control j springtime floods, and tell road- j ' builders, pipe-layers, a n d con-; struction men things about frort I depth tha: they ueed to know, in j ' a hurry. It's done with an amazing set of '. ' instruments, which a r e almost ; completely c utornatic. The work : is the Michigan Hydrologic Re- i search Project of the Michigan Ag. ricultural Experiment Station in! Dodgers Win» For Shotton Chicago, July 16 (Of) -- The Boston Braves today defeated the Chicago CUDS. 12 to 10, lor their- sixth straight victory and their llth in 12 games against the Bruins this sea- Philadelphia PhilU*?. 8 to 2. Relief pitcher Ted Wilk.s blanked the Phils for the laxt four Innings and batted in three runs with a sixth- inning double. The score: B H E. Philadelphia 2 5 1 St Louis 8 9 1 Simmons and Seminick: Munger, Wilks and Baker. Rice. The News. Frederick. Md,. SalurtL»r, Julr IT, 1MI KlJtB free-swinging contest be-, fore a ladies day crowd of 21.618 of , which 11.189 was actually paid in- J volved 30 players, including nine ' pitchers. Four horne runs and eight two- base hits featured the wild tilt. : Circuit blows were hammered out by Earl Torgeson. Phil Masi, Andy , Pafko and Bob Scheffiug. Masi's homer tied the score at 10-10 for the Braves m '.:-.?· seventh Two I walks and a t\vo-ba^e error by Roy · Smalley contubuted to the wmnsug ' run?, i The score- R H E ; Boston 12 12 2 ' Chicago 10 15 I . Bickford. Barrett. Shoun. Hogue . and 51aM. Me\ er. D o b e r n i c. Borow\. McCaH. Lade and Schef- , fmg. Weekend Games Cam p ^ ^ A!! . Surs vs Fred . crick Hustlers. Camp Detrick j^ , nd se!ccted by Ljeut . Heart Of Maryland League New Windsor at Mt. Airy -- Umpire Jackson. Myersville at Day -- Umpire Broad Run at Pickett's Cor. 2 Kames Umpires Curry and Sheffer. Florence at Thurmont--Umpire Wachtei High cost of erosion is measured at Michigan State College. Here * scientist reads a recording of losses. and Wagner, Swift; Dobson and Tebbetts. Browns Upset Yanks New York, July 16 «P- F l o o d s spilled forwa.d this spring because the ground was fro' cooperation with the U. S. Depart-; zen so deep. When snows melted 'meiii of Agriculture's Soil Con-' and the too surface of the ground thawed, the water ..^eped down. But at a depth of 18 inches the soil was rtil! frozen and the water began to flow downhill. The soil temperature measurements, spread servation Service. Heading it u p ; are Dr. V. R. Gardne~rTexperiment j station director. Dr. C. E. Miller, j ; head of the department of soil . -Bob Dil-' science, ar.d George A. Crabb. Jr., i ! the block. Daily records aie ob'. tained from 54 points below the surface. Or.e electrical device measures the direction and veloc ty of the ' wind. Another tells the total miles ; of wind that pass over the ground » during the day. i How much energy radiates from is Such main purpose is to learn; Louis Browns to a 10-4 triumph , how freezing and thawing t . soils over the New York Yankees. affect run-oil -of water, erosion, i The scrappy third sacker drove and flood flow under different con- | in five runs, scored two and also ' ditions of land use- two bases as the Browns. The zests are run on -hree plots,; the other two bear- soil use i dangers. will do best. of moisture in the · Rain gauges tell how much mois- *oil at different depths is obtained , ture falls. Baffles and flumes sit- by means of gypsum blocks wired j uated at the low points on each of two electrodes. The amount; the three plots show ; Shotton Starts Well ; Cincinnati. July 16 -.T"--The - Brooklyn Dodgers maiked the return of Burt Shotton as manager 'today by routing Ewell Blacks ell and the Cincinnati Reds, 4-2. Shotton. who piloted the Dodgers to the pennant last year, arrived j 45 minutes before came time to ! take over the helm from Leo ' Dwocher who re"sis!-.ed in order , to take a similar post with the New 1 York Giants. Blackwell held ihe Dodgers to · one hit for six innings but they i reached him for a run in the ] the eighth when they scored three times to win. Pinch-tiitter Marv Rackley tripl- i ed to begin the Dodgers' winning Maryland Slate New Market at Woodbine 1 p. m. DST'--Umpire Trump. Mt. Airy at Ijamsville 2 p. m. · EST 1 --Umpire Twentey. Liberty at Pt. of Rocks ( ~ p. m. EST'--Umpire Strme Frederick at Woodsboro · 2 p m. DST---MiSSer. Tri-County ilasrball Leaeue AH games 2 p. m. DST' ·Walkersville at LovettsvUIe-- Umpire Pfeiffer. Creagerstown a; Msddletown-- Umpire Lambert. Damascus at Buckeystown--Um' pi re Shook. Doubs at Brunswick--Umpire Chapman Out As Manager St. Louis. July 16 {/f--Ben Chapman \va dismissed as mana- cer of the Philadelphia Phillies today in a sudden move that caught ' the entire team by surprise Coach 'Allen 'Dusty Cooke. Chapman's , do*? f i lend for 20 year., was 1 named as his temporary successor. Club president R M. Carpen- . ter. J r . called Chapman into hs ' hotel Mjtte here to advice him that , he was making- the change Afterward both said they \\ere parting as KOotJ fnenis . · 1 want to put the facts o:s the .line." Carpenter tuM iiv.i .-men : later. "\ l "e have decided 011 a . chanRe. As a matter of fac*. Beis , ar.d 1 decided bf.uee'i /x;tveI\es that ;« change i'.issht J.eip ' , Carpentei ceciincu ', K:ve a more vpeeisic reason for !i:s decision or to sisdica'e '···' s hv uad mailent m^Kaj^er lie ?ju^i C'hapinazs would be paid his fu'l -.j!ar\ for the remainder v{ the year. Chapman railed hi-, foachev and plaver*. together jnd Sold ssier-i tiie news He taid the thiee coaches and eight of the piayor^ \\«.|t The 39-year-oSd Chapman va:d ihe change came a- a com;»!ctc surprise to him and that he did not quit. "I'm not a quitter.' he said "i was Jet on!" He added, how ever, that "Mr. Carpen'.ei s«- the best frtcnu I've ever had m ijiive- ball. and I appreciate everyin:ng he has «tnn«» inr mr-" seven straight game* until Dutch. Leonard pitched them to a J-l verdict over the St. Louis Cardinal* last night, had been manager «f the club for more than three ycarc. He succeeded Fred Fitziimi on June 30. 1945. WASHINGTON ST. WINS Washington Street playgroundera eked out an 11-8 victory ^over their rivals from Fairground, Friday. The game went nine inninc*. Fairx»ound scored first, with a pair of runs in the bottom of the opening stanza, held a 4-2 edge going in;o the third when Washington Street tied the count. Four runi in the fourth put the winners in front to stay. Plajers for Washington. Street were* Whisner. Jim Bruchey, King. J. Bruchey. Bruchey. White, Bran- sie:! Troxei 1 . Lewis. Fisher and Geiver For Fa:rgrou::d. G. Hamii- ti,n Aerecht. C Zimmerman. H. MJIU J Sha\\ t Speaks, S. Marsden. K. MIM,, T. Mis. STATIONED IN TEXAS Lackland Air Force Base. San A:itin:. July !6--Second Lieutenant La-A rence W. Shsnnick. Jr, «! of Mr and Mrs Lawrence W. Shmn:ck. r,5l Eas: Church street. Frederick. Md . a recent graduate of the United States Air Force OsKcer Candidate School, this base has been as^icned duty here with the Indoctrination Division. Air Trair.-.nj; Command Lieutenant Shsnnick wiH remain at Lackland lor a six month period. sinia time. I Count v Softball League ! (First Half Final P l a y o f f Harmony vs Jefferson--Fredcr- . ick. Baker Park. 2 p. m. t DST. much; rallv in the eiRnth . Dick Whit-- Browns" first run in the second, socked his base clearing ihree-faag- ger in the sixth to highlight a five run rally and drove home his fifth i-un with a fly ball in the ninth. Young Cliff Fanr.in started -for the Browns and allowed but five hits until the eighth when the Yanks scored all of their runs with the aid of two errors. Ned Carver finished up. · The score: R- H. E. St. Louis .1° - ** ^ New York ·* ° 1 Fannia, Garver and Moss. Partee: Reynolds, Gampert, Shea and Lollar. " Pale Hose Win Washington. July 16 VPk--Frank Papish and Howie Judson rushed to the rescue -of Marino Pieretti tonight to squelch .a ninth inning Washington rallv as Chicago defeated- the Senators. 3-2. The victory snapped a..-_7-game- losing rtreafcfor the. \Oute_So3C. . ^ ^ The score: _ _ _ _~ K-.' E- 25. Chicago 3 6 1 Washington - - _ - - 6 ° Pieretti, Papish. Judsoa Jind Robinson: Harris, Thompson, Derrick and Early. FeHer~'Chas"ed Philadelphia, July 16 tiP\--Bob Feller,, booed in his first start since declining to play in the all- star game, lasted only a third of an inning tonight as the Philadelphia Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians 10 to 5. Lefty Lou-Briss!e gave up- ten hits, including Kn Keltner's 22nd homer with two on. in winning his ninth game of the season. The score: " R- H. E. Cleveland 5 10 3 Philadelphia 10 15 0 Feller, Muncrief. Klieman. Black and Began, Tipton; Brissie and Rosar. j, ron t In Cltv Dr. Pepper moved in front in ihe second half race of the City Softball League Friday evening in Baker Park by taking a 7 to 4 win over the first half winner, Vet- · erans of Foreign Wars. The Pepperites locked up the de" cision in the first round with a half dozen runs on three hits, including 1 a double and triple; a pair tf | walks, an error and a stolen base. j The Vets scored in "the first for · a short-lived one run lead and put j over thfee in the third. The win- counted a final run in the H , National League Results Yesterday Boston. 12: Chicago. 10 Brookiyn. 4; Cincinnati. 2 St. Louis. 8: Philadelphia. 2 | New York-Pittsburgh, rain I Games Today JKew York at Pittsburgh Brooklyn at Cincinnati 2 Boston at Chicago - Philadelphia at St. Louis | Standing Of The ; ' w I Boston ^8 'Pittsburgh 40 The 3CO , e - R j v F w ........................ . 4 . 1 Dr Pepper . . . 7 j Cross sha . Tsr and R5ce . , _ nd - St. Louis Brooklyn .... Xew York .. Cincinnati 40 37 37 37 E- 7 -4 6 0 Philadelphia 37 O'Neill: Chicago 33 Teams L. 31 36 37 37 38 42 43 45 troduced here Friday night when the Diamond Bowling Alley team trounced the SERF Club team, 8 to 1. at the Diamond alleys. Robert Shroyer was the official scorer. George Fecerline is manager of the Diamond team, which includes: Dingy Cramer. Slugger H.lde- brand. George Smith and Richard Easterday. The losing team included Robert Brust. William S. Whitbeck. A. R. Albaugh and P. Hobbs. R. H. 5 E. j Brooklyn ! Cincinnati ! Hatten. Minner. Palica a n d , 1 Campanella: Blackwell. Gumbert and Lamanno. j Invariably, after a few years of steady increase, a plague year follows, and but few rabbits are left ! Then the cycle starts anew. Pet. .608 .526 .519 .500 .413 ,4o8 .463 .423 i Cards Whip Phils I St. Louis. July 16 i'J,--The St. | Louis Cardinals broke out of their ; hitting slump and spoiled the ! managerial debut of Allen Dusty! I \ ' ' Cooke tonight as they walloped the I DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 Chapman said he planned to stay in baseball and that nfter he visits his home at Birmingham. A l a . and plays some Kolf "I'll be looking out for some oilers in baseball Before Chapman departed tonight. Carpenter and other OiTici.V' attended a birthday partv in Chapman's hotel room for P.- 1 ''- Chapman, his nine-year-old son. Chapman, whose Ph:!s had lost Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock H e ti. 6271 i. American League Results Yesterday St. Louis. 10: New York. 4 Boston. 5: Detroit. 3 - Chicago. 3: Washington. 2 Philadelphia. 10; Cleveland, 5 Games Today St. Louis at New York: Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago at Washington I Standings Of The Teams : ' W. L. Pet. , Cleveland 47 29 .618 i Philadelphia 49 34 .590 ! New York 45" 33 .577 t Boston 42 35 .545 ; Detroit ,, 39 40 .494 ; Washington 35 43 .449 ' St. Louis 29 46 .387 ] Chicago 24 50 .324 ; FELLER BOOED Philadelphia. July 16 'VP---Bob Feller was booed roundly tonight before he was shelled off the mound in the first inning of the third game of the series between the ieague leading Cleveland Indians and the second place Phil- ; adelphia Athletics at Shibe Park. ' Although it had been announced j that Feller shunned the All-star I earae in St. Louis on orders from President Bill Veeck and Manager Lou Boudreau the fans gave fireball Bob a real going over v.-nen his name was announced. HYATTSTOWN SERVICE : The officers of the Montgomery j County Union: Wilton Boswell. [president; Ira Ward and Mrs. J. , Burdette, vice presidents: Mrs. J. J Burdette. secretary; Walter Sny- ; der. treasurer: Rev. J. P. Kerr. i : counsellor; will hold a Christian I » ' Endeavor meeting at the Hyatts- j i town Christian church Sunday at i 8 p. m. The Hyattstown church ' will furnish special music. · i : BIOOIE BANTERS BY MARYLAND HATCH ERf BETTER HOMES, Inc. Hagsrstown, Md. Johns-Manville ME I N S U L A T I O N ue UK Results Last N'ight Elks, 15; NECA, 5 Game Monday Optimists vs Lions Standing Of .The Teams (SeconS Half) Vv Elj^s 1 Optimists 0 Juniors 0 Civitans 0 Lions 0 NECA 0 L. 0 0 0 0 0 1 i Pet. · 1.000 ' .000 .000 ! .000 .000 .000 '· JEWS LOSING JOBS Munich. July 16 W.--U. S. military government employes charg today the occupation forces are firing American Jews just because they are Jews. A protest ivas cabled to Secretary oi the Army Kenneth C. Royall. FOR SALE Xew 6 room houses with all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Apply CURTIS W.THOMAS S10 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J City Softball League Results Yesterday Dr. Pepper. 7; V. F. W., 4 Game Monday Coca Coia vs Legion Standings Of The Teams W. L. Pet. Dr. Pepper 5 1 .833 V. F. W 3 1 .750 Legion 1 3 .250 Coca Cola 0 4 .000 FOR RENT 5 Modern Offices Downtown location -within a block of Court House and Square. Large parking- area for occupants and their clients. AH offices are modern and range in size from 2 rooms containing- about 375 sq. ft., to 4 rooms containing about 800 sq. ft. All have private toilet facilities and excellent ventilation. Available in about 60 days. Apply: G- M. Chapline, Phone 1013-J. The entire atmosphere of the Holland t u n n e l is completely' changed every one and one-half" minutes, or 40 times even? hour. !s*»5i3 T h« BIST way ***** WSW*Y "' ' When Lives Are At Stake tires. If the casings are ·worthwhile tve can have them recapped If too old and -weather-beaten, don't take the chance, but put on set of Seiberlinjr Safetv Tires. Liberal trade-in. -- NOTHING BCT THE BEST IS GOOD ENOrGH -Before yon start on that vacation trip lei us make a check on yonr ov?NEr. MELVIN IVI. ENGLE OP!RA|ED COXVEMEXT BUDGET TERMS Back of Post Office Phone 80 Frederick. Md. FRANKLY. GALS. 1 DONT GIV£ A QUACK ABOUT NUTTIH 1 BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed this year to meet Increased production costs Pro- ·lucing Good Chicks is Our Business Maryland - U S Approved PulJoram Passed Hatchery. TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and While Holland Write for Catalogue and Latest Pi ices. Why wonder where you can get the money to buy a new car. See us to arrange for a loan for two-thirds of the purchase price on an easy monthly payment plan. Low interest rates. CHICK HATCHERY FREDERICK. MD. M«« Ei cry Sprayiojc N«d--Easy to Lithe \fc e»eh:--Powerful--Siraple Coostroc- Tht ,.--,-- .,,,, tfct bait ta «he ipray solwion. operate the hinti-s.'eor and you dtvtiop o%tr 100 pcuncU prwurr. Noa:ojj;iO|[ nozzlr hit ,W difftr- yv cm Kttiajn. one of *thrch ^ilt throw the »pny 35 fe«. Weighted taction end cosrarn- m£ wrcen keeps ho*e scbraerged and xpiatef- J so!ution. Easily cleaned. Can also be used for ubirewa.$5i:n|c. crro«ot:=«;. spraying Jirder.j. , _ , _ _ _ ihrabs. trees. li»ui »d (ijht- 7 «"»» Jl i ins small fires. EVERY POULTRY RAISER AND FARMER SHOULD HAVE ONE. _ a ttosplaye* I MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY I 100 WEST SOUTH ST. .*, § Frederick. Mtl. Phone 439 KWSPAPERflRCHIVE®--.. QCALITY^ Markell Ford Phone 202 KILL the JAPANESE BEETLE Use 25% Liquid Pestroy for the Japanese Beetle and Corn Borer. Costs \ .30 per acre by high-pressure spraying methods. USE economical LIQUID PESTROY a product of Sherwin-Williams Co. The Frederick Motor Co. Farming Headquarters 1 28 West Patrick Street Phone 1 092 DOSH'S LIVESTOCK MARKET Tuesday. July 20,19-18--12:30 O'Clock Sharp HORSES, MULES and COWS IN THIS RCNCII WII.l, HE SOME IIEAL IIORSES AND COWS If you arc looklnc for sood horses and rows, this I* thp plac* 1C. fcny thrni. All Hind of llvr«iofk *old on commission. If you have »ny stock you irant Co sell, brine it in or call 1033 Frederick, and 1 will come and buy It. COME EARLY--DON'T FORGET THE DAY--Tuesday, July 29, 1»4» DOSH'S LIVESTOCK MARKET, Frederick, Md. CORN BORER and JAPANESE BEETLE CONTROL Protect Your Crops at Reasonable Trices AIRPLANE SAYING ' Price Per Acr» '2.75 For Information Call JAMES W. CARMACK, Fred. 232-J AUSTIN D. 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Let us give you the details on all the valuable farm-utility features found on Oliver's new farm-engineered tractor fleet, built in Row Crop, Standard, Row Crop with^Adjustable Front Axle or Single Front Wheel models. FREDERICK IMPLEMENT CENTER, INC. 510 W. Patrick St. FREDERICK, Phone 2321-W MEWSPAPKJRl

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