The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 19, 1948 · Page 7
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July 19, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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The News. Frederick. M4-, Monday. July 19. 19t» GUI MK9 mevf. Andy S*ts The Ton* HiSf^^'C A*-CM£* ·?5£NP3r-:"TH| ·s n.see.' Ml A2CwT TO S2USCT f.',!S;? s^SPCCSACr PSCVY1 A ScVYC? SU:^ SSAUTrSS VVH-O V^U. AP^SAT; S£~C*E VC.-2 V=2v SVSS. esTTi-ispyTo- ,-i'u_HAV5 TOSO **£· VJC ·f-? HAND/ A.V2 tf UL'ttEM CA.H t?U MET MQ I CO4T 7USTAV. I KOUJ ABOUT 'O'J AtLFUU-Y · 7 ES. OK. IVEE.. JUST /·^J 3F*,aTHus Fot-wEu. j/f ^3 IC--d» ££lt£n i^v^iia 'x^r«J '·^r^ V^l? ^r MITT AND JEFF Damascus Win Overtime Fra to wis a 5-4 decision over viritiKg TiEey^c'.vn. in "reicriek Cc--rj'y Lss-rue play- Sa'.urcay. - Th'-jrsMEt i-v.-smpsd Mt. Airy. !42: Unien Bridge re??r:edy edged Woodibcro. 7-5 and the Mideleiov.-n at Blue Ridse Summit. 2-2 tie was rained C'-T. b;5ore 'h- f i f t h inning cxr-iM be completed At I'll. Airy. Tnurrr.on: Pi'.cher Fraley scst'ered only four hits to keep the horn? riub v.vH under ccntrcl through '.he visitors' lop- Award Winner f*ml«a« HOKIZONTAi 1.7 Pictured srtor and 1347 13 Speaker 14 Waken i 5 Season '9 ?.'oun!a:n in Thcssalv 20 Pedal disit 21 Backbones 23 Exclamation VERTICAT. 2 Bird 3 Tit!e 4 Consumed 5 Echoed' 6t*t fall T Coverlr.s S Either 9 Card garr.e !0 Is compelled 12 Tidier !~Two (prefix? IS Half an em Lay O/f Trumps To Win Contracf Jeff Don't Wear Glasses But Ke Can, See Eye To Eye Wita A Customer * * 27 Ke recer.'.Iy -57 Otherwise ·A or an 43 Nickel 30 Insect (symbol) 3- Spread to dry 49 Not (prefix) C.'j Adorns f.OGrccXcoin ~"K2St 51 A-es "3 Inborn 53 :.!cridov.- sided '-vin H? \va; -.vcver. 24 Hebrew dc;'.y 21 R'jr.j a^s-cur.'J 33 Surveyors' by a v.'sl! concentrate. ccr.cn-hii attack cf his t^tr-m.i'c.-. H J A. E SiaSer. rf. Weddie. cf Swesnsy. sr Brown. Ib. Kes^fy. If 6 2 0 1 Fishsr. 3b ..... Ri:e. c ........ Fraley. p ....... Totals ..... -31t. Airj- Kcrris. if Esrriron. cf. \Varfield. rf. . Xorris. 3b. . Lare. 2b. K. Bccne. js. Cayhoff. Ib. Moxley. c. ·iiV- Boor.e. p. - Totals 0 ! 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 25 Feet (ab.) 26 Preposition 31 Flov.er 33 Greek letter 34 Chill 35 Color 22 Ccie.-cr helpers 45 Children i 55 Rinnan bronze · 57 Ream (ab.) j 53 French article j 41 Dakota 43 14 12 IS S 1 AB K. K. O. A. E. S 0 0 1 S 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 10 0 I 0 I 0 I 1 0 0 23 2 4 15 10 Score Ev Innings M*. Air;- "o 2 0 0 0 0 0 -- 2 Thunsont . 4 2 0 2 0 4 2-- !4 . Surainary: Left en bases -- \H. i Airy. S: Thurmc.it. 6. Two-base ' hits -- Fisher. Kcrr.e runs -- F;rh?r. | Keeney. Double p'ays -- Norris to : Mbxley. Base en balls -- OH Frn- * ley. 1: Boone. 6 Struck out -- By I Fraley. 6: Bocne. 5. Hit by pitch- ! er -- Eoone hi' Fra'ey. Losing pit- clser -- Bocr.s. Vr'innin? pitcher -Fraley. Umpire -- Slrinc. FfeiiTcr. ' \ "n' Tinie -- 2 hours. Scorer -- Day. 4" Comparative suffix 43 Ne~3tive' 44 Likciv 45O!der 51 Finish 52 Scif-controlled 54 Tree branch oSArsrnaic (ab.) 56 Natural fats 58 Chcrr.icsl salt CO East Indian : herb SI Decrease ^s~r J:il i5 i:-T 45 Mt 53 lie 5H ii 31 57 HZ 31 4 k A S 8 -; 3 V Q J 9 5 4 K 7 J.65 A K V ! O S 2 * K Q J 10 N W E Dealer · | 3 i 1 A o ;c 5 ! V S -J 3 j * Q 3 5 3 2 A 3 7 A J 7 6 2 1 4 f A K 7 J 9 4 i A 9 2 Tournament -- Neither vul. South West North East ! A Pass 1 A k Pass 2 A 3 A 3 V Pass 3 A Pass 4 A Pass Opening-- * 3 19 /THATIS-3?" /FOJ?TKEFRA?/ \THELEN5SS WILL 3{ BE ANOTHER T^ \TENDOLLARS!} S THEY ARE / "PEM ( DOLLARS; A/.'JCH SETTERS BOOTS AXD HER BUDDIES .f Quiet Carnival Tineytow-n Fritz, ss Abrecht. Ib AB. Anders, If Blettnsr. r: Earner, c 4 McNulty. cf 4 G. Shank. 2b 4 Shaffer, p 4 Totals ' Damascus Murray, 3fa ?. .Burdette. cf Ssaseaey, 2b ... Johnson, rf .. G. V.'atkinr. rf ?-Iorris. ss-c R. "Watkins. Ib GarlreU. If . Eines. c . "Wiiiiams. s Easton. p Totals . 43 5 13 33 19 1! *T\vo cut v.T.en v.-ir.nin- run secret! ' Score By Inninsrs Tsnsytown 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--4 ; Bsmascus . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1--5 Summary: Earned run?--Tancy- j *nwn 4: Damascus 4. Left on ba=cs-- ; -| iC'-^ov.Ti ?,~. namsscus H. Two-; ·_ Ey WILLIAM E. MeKEXXEV ! I America's Card Authority \ ': Written for XEA Service S I On July 31 the world's greatest i bridge players will start to as- _ i rer.ible at she Hotel Stevens in · · Chicago to canipete in the summer ) .session of the world and national championships contract b r i d g e tournament. One of the most colorful of these players is Harry J I · Fishbein. New York, who will be \ . on Uand to defend the world"! · championship mixed team-of-four . title, which he holds with Mrs. ' E. J. Seligman. of New York. Mrs. ' Ruth Chase Goldberg arid Ludwig Kabakjian. of Philadelphia. 1 No', only is Fishbein colorful in ; h;.s play, but his quick analysis ; of bridge hands adds a great deal \ lo a tournament. Today's hand is j one that he gave me recently, and : I v.-iH give :t to you as he told it ; to me. ' The eiglU of clubs is the open- i :ns lead. You must be afraid of I a seven-card club suit in the West '. hand, so declarer must win the ' first trick with the ace of clubs. '· Nov.- you lead a small spade and ! \vh=n V."c3t plays the king, you | i murt v.-;n it with dummy's ace. But | : no more spades. If you do. East } ; will win with the quejn of spades. ! · ' · lead -the club, another club will J · come back, and you can't shut ou' i i the ten-spot. ! trump. If he does not trump, you throw a club away from dummy. i Now yen lead a spade, and East | has to call it a day. according to I Fishbein. He might as well go up : with the quern of spades. »^ow ; hi leads a club which West wins. I If West comes back with another ; club, declarer . is soins to get 3 · sluff and a ruff v"e-t"s best de- i | fcnse. says Fi5hbe=n. is to under: i lead the rc2 of diamonds. North , has no other play than to go up wi'h the kins. ! A well-played hand! a*k;n5 hits -- G^ Watkin-. y. T«.-V,-.~ ;?'" t" K. VT jo,-. -- ?-T-r ; r to ] kinf. Sn?c en r=lls -- off F^stftn 0: Shaffer 4. : Struck ou' -- D"- Eastc-r: 4. Shaficr 5. ' "Passed h?ll= -- ?.Iorri? 1. Ur-,c:re= -- j ^·«rranf?T- and iv £ - : t : -. S;orcr-- j Hancy. ~ir;s -- 2:25. i Home run 5 ; "He's -vorried about the futur Sacrifice have-not nation"' ,je,- OA-ov. Let's Go! Y STILL TViXNIXG Frederick Y. M. C. A. baseball team won its second straight one- hitter, downing Myersville Independents. 24-0. Sunday afternoon st IVTyersville. Next Sunday, the Y entertains Harmony in a twin he's afraid America is becoming a : bill at Frederick High School, start; in-r 2 p. m. (DST. I T-c score: R. H. E. Y. M. C. A 24 25 0 Myersvills 0 1 6 Charles Shook. Kenny Bruchey I and Ken Shook; Milburn. Smith ' and Younkir.s. i Tri-County League Sundsv Krsnits ,0^-etiSvIUa. 2: "R"s"fc=--rills, n. 31-;ddi^tov,-n. I'.: Crraserstov.-n. S t"-"r-r-?-(v--~s. "· ^.·^rr-'-r 3rjr.sr.-ick, 5: Tcub?. 0. i3vettrville ~.t Doubs. *WaIkars\'Ille at Eur!:ey=tcv.-n Us--2scu; at Crs=;rcrs*.c'-v-. Bnin^v.-ick at 2-Iisdirtswr.. Brur.rc.-ick Lovattsvi!!? Dcuas .61.5 ·S^O ': '-in i .357 ! .n;! .143 Heart 3M. League Fickeii's Cor.. 5-4: Bread 5ur.. 2-20 *-Mt. Airy. S: Xs-,v *xT:na;or. 7 Tliurrncnt, 29: Florence. 5 "Myersviiie. 6: Day. 3 * 5.0 inning-- "-'II innings. ! For more than 30 years. Old ; Faithful. - geyser in Yellowstone National Pc-r!:. has spouted at average intervals of 60 minutes. Radio Program WOK WMAU WBAL RED RTOER JAKE OR ONE AVJCH O='J£=D S?J SSA-S OFTHE LCOT-5'LU/- ^5 \'EXT JOS !3 TO GET ?D C~ A .-COSY CCA05OV iVA'AE RED RYDER/ A? JAKE'S »_^C RO53ESY 5HACKE3 SUSPICION'S C~ JAKE Could Be Coaxed FRECKLES AND HIS FKIEXDS 1= IT tssrr T^= K- OPERATOR! NO Sfi-Y, NUTTY, WEV? 5EHNJ--LJH- TT4iM'-C!N : G- . Y£S.SiR.ls=\VER= APPRCACMED TM=YOU MiSHT re us so DO YOU THE HONOR/ THE fOJD-rtOL , PRUNES, I M5A.NS -WE'V U DSliDHO i Vk - . . ... IOLL.Y P^UNS SWSM- ···1ING" FOOL, ITS FtVH. J iw FACT, ITS .V-G- RULED V.:.sJUTH A Friendly Hand [vie! MX'f G2OWl'5 QOTHtSA5= \TAKI«5SILK 5T11L KSPPINS illFI DOWN TO \?tO TAMiKSTO FROM JIW?- lKSUXyjA!rr5S\KEi? 5SOIHH3 !NS IN THE UWc ?0 Et SOKffi.j SiUCVVECA.*; SKETO k Ss£ KtR WO'LL CA1CH S=E Si.VC5A. '- HOW DO VCU FEEL, KONEY9 ffi A srr ROCKY, sur-p IsZ-P . »#. r~ ,-- -.*r- / - f l'-- WfcLL. I'Vc GOT TriA; 5 5VV=:i Or VtXJ, GAILA^TREB, BUT \OU A3£N'7 i _ \ ^ rOCUSS V£...J^Z^ ^ ^s^nlNv^r- Evening £:C3-- Xetrs Kepor:. 1» V.lr..-- nix Newscast livery Uay -- cfcs Network Siicr.t Hour -- abc-ea«t Kj;:d:es Hour (r*peat -- abc-' Network Si'er.t il I-.r. -- mbf-c KicGJes Hour (repeat) -- Tnbs S -- -5^or?s: Mu?:c Ti~e -- * In Jly Up:n:or.-- cbs 6:C3-- M-jf-c Tirre-- cSs-eas; PKISCILLA'S POP TVhat Every Mother Knows Rice's Grocery And Ballenger Divide Rice"; Grocery of Mcuntairsdale. tv.-ice previously was ra:ne: out. Wednesday evening. Mountaindale Games Ner;t Suniay Ht. Airy at Broad Run Day at Florenca Thurmont zt Fiekstt's Cor. plays Na\-.- at First game: Mountaindale 3al!en~er iii=s Of The T-JSIS T. r . L. Brcsa Run R 2 My«rsville ~ --2 Naw Windsor '6 M«. "Airy 7 Piclie.t's Cor 6 Thiirmcnt ; 3 Fior:a;s 1 ·fcsy---- i N£ W SFAFERfl fi C 2 4 5' 5 7 8 split a dcubleheader sofibali meet- ;r-S at 3s!lenger. takir.g the op; er.sr. 6-2 and dropping the night- R , ix ^^ r"'f · cap. 6-5. Sunday afternoon. Red l £~^x c or Shafer pitched a no-hitter. Five · runs in the first inning sewed up ; the opener. The loss of the second Fct. I game was the first of the season .500 ; charged against Mountaindale Pit- .778; cher HaSver. Ballenger w e n t .750 ; ahead. 4-3 in a fourth inning rally .636 ; to stay in advance the rest of the Carr.p Derrick. R. H. 5 10 1 0 Red Shafer and K. Shaw; Bill ; East Secorsd garr.e: R. K. E. Mountaindale 5 6 1 Ballenser . . . 6 7 2 Hauver. Shafer and K Sha\v: Easton and R. East .545 ' second contest. Resdy-rnads clothing probsb'y invented to meet the needs of ssilors returning from ions .375 Tuesday. 6:30 p. m. 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