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srs THE DAILY JfEWB, FREDEBICK, MD . MONDAY. MAY 30, 1932L YMKSAGJUNTAKE EGAMEIHD THURMON! TEAM MAOLS ! BRUSHING UP SPORTS HAGERSTQWN EAGLES / By Laufer I THIS OME TO F. A. C. Defeats Granite A. C. Team On Woodstock Collect Grounds. Countians Hang Up 13 To O ' Victory On Home Soil. Cleveland And Brown's Divide, So Do A's And Boston. --«.-. class bra=.d of pitth- DODGERS AND SOX SPLIT 2S--I slugging. me T.-'-irmor.t aasebail team · th« C-conty L^-ag-Je ai»ul«5 the Hagsrs- j tc»T. Eagles in a R«z«r played a Thur- mo.-.t SaturdJy afternoon. S3-0 Th? :$Z: r-r.ner?---? csrved xii three runs .n t.ie fin". i:jr.ing on a piss to Eyr. Dc.-r s do-ibl* sr.d a *ing by Fleafiie , Fr;3i th»n on :t *as ."-^'. A question of · to give Ne-» ^- /··- and so:"- '.1~* Yacs. Tie score New York rs Srt.t p.ari «· - a bnllixr.t p-.rforaiar.ee. But ·-·'; se=i_-rr....sr.t ;r_:;.:.gi :.d "-·-' *tr-cc out four. Welr , · -.our.i :rt- ..r.d Fleagle. *·£: s_cr«*Jei him wert "jft is effective Asiie from the pitch-' mature of the ganve ·..:..'.- ; t . -lagers'.-*r. . i.\--.nt braiKi o H E r.ie score. :o C Kn-xitf. ss . d:c "-.-.· best :jm:ont put up ar. AB R II. O A St Loua May 25-- Af.v-r :ii~.^ a :23 thaaa^s iroa tr.« S: --.--'· Sr-.-sr-s a the first ga~'". "-."-e C^'-elans Ir.-.ar.t ici IT. til* je^cr.d h.\".f ·*·'. a c"-- carper. 3b . . 4 . 3 . . . 4 4 _... 3 _... 4 3 -r.eader to - d t h ree Tile score- V?s~:-t :;:- '-· ': -· i^ tr. r.ri. crcrv. -- -^ b^- cut ·-.: f-r :r. tite fi:i-..c F - H E _ ' " - 4 0 " Batterjes" K-d'-r. -U:»r.c.iV-i-.. Er vi. s»» Myatt. Cc-ffm-in ar.d ? Second gra. R H St Louu Batteries: Harder ant: ;e-»c-. t·-«.-··- art. Kimsey ar.d Beniousrh. Beaton. May 23.--T.-te IOT'.V Ktd ». and Eighty Athletics split even in a double header h«re~ today. The local cre-ar won the first game after ar. uphill fight 6-4, but dropped the n.j.-.-.cip -n the fact cf Rube ".Valberg's class" 2inr-n? by a sco^* of 3-P _ Til; score. ^ " -- Phllioeiphia Boston . - -Batteries: Cain. Srraan. rvra-is* Rommel! ar.d Cv:hrar.c. Hr.-rs Wet. and and Tale. Total.* Thormont E- ler. cf Fral'-y. ·:'. - · Croaker. J b ... . D'-rr. ss Floagle. If-p .... Ilcdir.str. 2b .. Ruffle, rf . Shaffer, p - 0 2 31 AB .. 1 . 4 . 4 .. 5 0 4 24 R H O 0 0 2 2 i Totais 0 0 0 0 0 3 , E · °oi n 0 " 0 0 ' 0 ; 1, 0 0 0 ' 0 , 1 5 9 . 37 13 12 27 9 Score By Innings. Hljcrstcxn - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 0 Pr. l-mont 3 0 1 0 2 5 2 0 x--13 , S.immary: Tvro boio hit--Derr. Three base hit--ShuS Sacrifice hit--Creator. 3:c!en bas's-- R-.icU-ili. Ambrose. ' S?2'.:ldlns; Double p'.av---Derr to Spauld:r.i: to Crcr.!;cr. Base or. balls-i cfT Shifter. 2: olf St-inba-jch. 6: ofT 1 Weiler. !. off Macs. 2: off Fleas'.e. I. Second same: R- ^. E. '. struck out--by Shaffer 4; by Stcin- ohiiad-'phta 3 " ° , tough. 1: by Weiler. 2: by Mack. 2: by Boston ...,, 0 * 3 ; Flcasle. 0 Hit by pitcher--by Shaffer i Batteries- Walters and Cochrane: i (Ru^elli: by Mack iFraleyi. Hits--off', D-jrhas. Cline and Conr.avly ; staffer. 1 in 5 innings: off WV.ler, 3 in i -- · 3 inr-icss. off Flcagle. 0 m 1 Inning , Detroit. ?Iav 23.--Th? Detro.t Ticcrs vmpire*--Harry O. M'.'Jcr ar.c s:;.i- noeed out thr" Chxraio '.rh.tc S-. \ here r , c ^ Scorer--K. Q Miller. Jr. ; this afternoon. 4-3. _ · · | The score: R H ^ ; Chicago 3 ? : , Detroit _ 4 ' - · Batter.es: Fcoer. Cara~-ay ani recr. · :t ar.d H3-T,orth. OP NfloTPS Sc/ AVD W3S UfSDS BV T^ Do You Remember One Tear Ago Today--Vic Wlaccs. i I/su SetaeSder and Jarcestonrn cameaj off Memorta! Day speed honors onl i I Tae Freieri-ei Athletic Club ' team cmtir-oed its unanins streak S-ur- I day af^moon. defeating the Granite A. ' C on the Woodstxxri College gro-jnds ov a tccre of 3-1. Freder.ci sot a rim ! three ·widely separated racing ovals. ' ! in :h* second and ti*o aaore in the i Williams equaled the world record o f . ' sevent.-.. ·a-th Granite getting a tally ; 47.4 seconds in winning the ^sercol- · in the eighth. The Hoirard coihtians legiase 440-yard dasii championship for ' tnreatssed in the ninth by loading the J southern California at Philaoelphia: \ bases after two were out. but a great) Schneider dronre to victory in the In- j i-rcus eaten oy I^eroy Bamci, ro-bb^ig j ·erriStloea: 500-m^e au« race at In- j Rud^ill o! 3. hit, sa-.ei the da/. j ciacapolis: Jameswra sooS the 36th; · An error, passea baZ. tnSeld out and j ninning of the Withers Stake at Bel- · a single by Jack Baer ac:o-ont«d for the : ^y^, p^^ rewarding h« owner. Geo. j Srst Frederics run. In the seventh, j D widener. with ae $27.300 Tilaner's ' -s-.th one oat. Bamci beat oat a bi^. j pa rse. : cora tne third-oase iine ar.d proceeded | to s:*al second. Hiaies ran out an :n- ] F |v e Yran Ago Today--Walter Join- field hit and en an attempted steal. ! j^n n»ade his first start of the base-! . -.he -ratrher heaved the ball into cen- ; i^j; season and pi-xaed Washington to I trfteia, Basnck scoring. Gardner sin- j 3 3 to 0 tnumpa over Boscon, holdmg gled to r^ht center to score Himts i .j^g R^ 501 10 three Mas. ·Aitr. tne last run. An error, hit bats- i ~an. outfield Sy and sinsl-e gave Gran- ! Ten Years Ago Today--Jimmy Mur:te '--s run. ! phy. tos Angeles, carred his namp j ' The Frederick A. C. will plsy the | c ee pjy JQ auto racing's Hall of Fame | ; Ma;«"c Rad.o team of \Yaihingtos a : .^.^ jjjj re cord run in the 500-auie ! dojDle-header. coaimer.c^2? a.' 1.30 ' ind^aaapolis speedway race in 5 hours ; o'cioci Suridav afternoon at McCurdy 57 minutes and 30.79 seconds, a^rag- ;F.eld. " ing 94.48 miles an hotir. 4 1-2 awies j The score: j an feoar faster than Ralph DePalma's j Frederick. AB H. H O. A- E- ,915 r i Ha-mck. c f _ 5 1 2 2 0 0 | Olympic Hopes i by Claire Bortkj ' Hiases. 3D .................. 4 , J Ga.-dr.er. rf ...... _- 5 | Angleberysr. ss. ------ 4 j Hartniar!. 1: Shooi. -3 ; Stwle. :o Baer. c Mer. y ' Siocim ----- ...... 4 ------- 4 ? ............... 0 0 0 0 J 0 0 0 0 o : 1 5 C- 0 0 0 0 6 0 q o o o EAGLES WIN Frederick Team Defeats Mi. Airy Xtne, 4 To I. The Frederick Eagles made it two In a row over the Me. Airy A. C. Sunday [ afternoon at McCurdy Field by meas- HENRI LABORDE Stanford University, stamping ground of fee great Ben Easunan and his plat- ler-tosses r-eanircfite. Bobbv Joees, is practically assured t*x ?laees on the American Olympic team. A ihsrd place. ' Totals 3o 3 1 0 2 7 1 1 2 j j., a . Granite A. C. AB. H H. O. A. S. ! ~ ! uring the Carroll county ba-:- i aieIders j it t materializes, more than likely will " I Bell. 1= - 4 ' J ?e^:h. ss 4 Humphreys. 3o 4 O'Donnei:. :f - 2 ; Garzinu. cf -- I H-..003. r:. '. · R Kauffnta , S ?ea:h. 2b c. t · ,,.. 4 2 '... 4 1 6 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 game, 4-1. Butler and latter a 17-year-old high school Jod with plenty of natural abili- a hurling due!, with ^ i ty. engaged in 0 j honors pretty evenly distnbiued. 0 The Eagles got one run in the 1 0 2 0 2 10 0 0 Vllliani Braucher to the Football Rules commit:»e. which ; Fr*ueri:i august body undoubtedly could think up , some very interesting regulations toward . ma'-ting ihe putting expedition not on!;, pleasan:. ba; -jerfectly safe. s * * Bi«;cr And Better Games. Totals 34 1 7 27 12 3 -Batted for Hobbs in ninth. Score F Innings. Granite --.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 sec- another in ihe fifsh and two in the eighth. Rea scarted the second by being at, Rinehart fanned, Whiunore was also hii by the pitcher, and Butler singled to score Rea. The two runs were coined Sn the eighth when HiHerbrand doubled to left, Rea tripled to right and Stiine singled to sccre Rea. Mfc. Airy got iis lone run I in the seventh stanza. The hittiug of I John Rea t»as tha principal feature. Hoffman's fielding Tras outsianding. T-,,» r,«.i»« ^--n r,ia. T the Thunnont ^^ o( Laborde's efforts. In Thur- f i 0 0 0 0 2 0 0--3 ! c v v v J \ tCSini OI lil»* »_^_^"*- y *j^ex.vs; -ii j.nw.- i t^r^ surr-nifir-/: Two-base hit--Shook. 1 j..^,. Saturd2y and the Hoffman Chev- j .. sacond 3a=e on bails--Off Hudisill. 2. Stolen _ ct tea:n ^ Hageretown on Sunday. | ^ e? j^es--Bei;. Bam:i. Himes. 2: Card-j xhe score: ! ner. Shxi- Double play--Shook to An- j M £ ~ Airr a _ E o . A. E. j slooer^er to Stetlc: Humphreys to J. I g,^;^ 2 b 4 0 0 0 2 0 Peach! Passed ball--Whitenkajcp. J Dorc . h( 3 m i b . 4 0 1 8 0 0 ! by th» btilk of Henri Laborce. TTS"1CT1 j 7Ri*I^ r Laborde is, unforfjrrateiy, the '-middle man" in Stanford's siar weight- throwing trio. He is neither the bes; shot putter nor the best discus shrower, but the most consistent second piace winner on the Templeton-coaebed team. And Eenri is good in both events. Is is Jones, cutting loose now and then with a 160-toss, who overshadows him in the discus. Bui Henri is always good for throws of 155-156-157 feet. And it's Nellie Gray who occasionally heaves the 16-po'^nd shot over 50 fed to distance Laborer's 48 end 49-fool heaves. Consistencv has been the bright fea. StUI. who heT , -oei. ge i tirec of piy ^ale" and step into a leading AMERICAN LEAGUE Yc!crt!ay-s Results. Grube: - - . . Brook^rc. May 29 --The Doa;ers auo t Boston Sravcs -»a§ed a ps-j- of c\c::-j-.g battles for the edi2caf.os of soxe 2;.- ' 000 fans today, but ^ousd tip tust j e _ Y _ r k ,,. w .h^.gtor.. 8. PhUadehiha. 4-3. Boston. 6-0. De-.^-t. 4. Chicago. 3. ,_,. if ,...- ;2-l: Cieveiar.d. 3-2 It finally !i?.s happened. Pedro Lopez · has h:id enough The otlier Cay nc . walked riqht out of Ma\ Schn-.el'.ng'i training cainp at Ki"3^!3!i, N Y.. vowing never to return Pedro Lojxr i» t::o 220-pv 1- .!!ici Indian who for more than '.MO ye-ars h?-s bee*taking it on the rh.r. whenever "der ' chompcrr." cicrmed svi-h a treatment was required. Even an Indian begins v fet-1 ":rrry for himj"!s a f f r iesd.r.g the hfe of a punchsnc bne f"-- 50 lone: Almost ar.jbody could in- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ^°« ctS :o show Punch and s*il.. Lo. t.ie poor Inaian , 7o .. ld m?ke r:n ,. c:s _ The idea woaid -.-.as an excellent guinea p g upon whica "o perform -ahile the shut'ers clicl-ttd. Dapatches from Kingston stated that Lopes took a severe pa^tinR on his fir.ai Saturday's Results. " There they started »".th each -*.r.:-..tis \v.,-=haictor.. 5-13:" Nev- York. 1-5. one game. Boston lanced on Babe Pheips for eight runs in the secona in- · rung and toos :he oper.er, 10-6. Brx;i- ·, ITU came oack with a r.intr.-mr.ir-s , , rally behind the three-hit ritchin; o- , Dazzy Vaace to capture the second ; came. 3-2. A barraie of aits, cap-c-d , by a homer by Art Shires ar.ci aiccc by errors bv Phelps ar.d Finn, made BOJ- | ton's "=¥ «Uy. Despite rus Steat hurl- j ing. Van-e was trs.-1-n? 2-1. some .n:o j ^ j a ^ i - a . 8: B^stor.. 2 cV( ,-.; n d. 3: St. Louis. 1. -Detro-t. 4-5: Chic;u:o. 1-7. ! trainint; ramj : dorcd if :hr man ever vvould be ab.e ta : walk again. ; How Did He Do It? ! It was the sair.e -Aay List year at the ! Conneaut L-ike resort v. here Max whip! ped himjclf into jhapc f-r Striblms by \ knockine the senor arrund. Several. h::n : " or a s:or ~- " L - ; s^cbody else taxe Games Today. ·{!"!! 2t St. LCI.IS Ch.cago at Clcvelar.d. Bcstcn at Now York the last half cf r.jr.th tr.-ir.c. 3^: ted tr.to tne and won the can;e. Caldwcll. ?-.r.c Standing of thr I \V ting for Vatic*, croie IT. tic tyir.c and scored the winn.r.s ts..y OTXJuVs iit. Hack -«-^^r. ccr.tir.',ie hit. getting ftrc* hits tr. The score. Boston ......... yo ... . v .__-.. ,,,_.,,,, ^ r - - 21 _. 19 14 L. 11 25 30 Pet .703 .fiia .S3. .453 359 ! ume.t I moved nvvay from the rir.s:. e\i pectins: pixir-* tn come hurtling cu' or. I his cabbiRc-like ear. It was .~n ever| recurring n-.iracle when Pedr-- would · ccn-.e up :'.-e next day for more. j Pedro went, d-xvn plenty of ::rnes Often '.: appeared that ho sure'v never "ould pet ::p art.iin It would have- be--n mercifu.. .t sEvrr.cd. if h-' coald have slcpf '.-.is cv,:^i life .1-·.-.;- r.zV. tl-.rre Ir. the :.r,~. Ovtrlookrd. taSrrs cc»r;von"i'n at · - .-ark. and thr Pedro Had any Wood l?ft in his body, much gushed forth at Conneaut Lake Park, but it seems he must have had a little reserve supply back somewhere. " I'rr. tired." ' was -what Pedro told Xt.w York newspaper raer. who snisgh; for it for a while, re.-t " You'd think he would. to try to cover the monument with nr.srers bv next February 22. Washington's birthday. Wouldn't thas be ap- pnate. cr wouldn't if Think of the hundreds of thousands cf unerr.plc-yed r.ho have nothing to do p.o~ bu: r:t aruvir.d in th»:r d'-:gi'ole= va;ttns for a chance to turn an hsr.es: Baltimore Team Pefeats Emmitsbarsr, 10 To 6. Rochester. 2-S: Buffalo. 6-7. jve-R-ark. 7-0: Reading, 1-1. Toronto. 4-11 1 Montreal, 5-0. Baltimore, 14-3; Jersey Citj, 6-10 Saturday's Results. Baltimore, 4; Jersey City, 1. 0 0 Crouse, p . 3 0 0 0 0 0 j Reading. 6: Newark, 5. 33 1 5 24 3 2 Toronto. 3: Motsresu. 1. \ F. O. Eagles AB. R- H. O. A. E.' Rochester-Buffalo, rain. Striae. If 5 1 2 2 2 0 j 10 0 0! 0 0 ;:;tor.- at Eranntsburg Saturday after-| «s ...,,, ',, _,,, 0 -- : -, e Memorial Dav cele- | itmenart. cf. i 0 oVtHon -^"-1^1 own. It was the En- i Whiter*. 3b 4 0 STM team's flrr. ~,cne. B. Butler p - 4 0 which asith- Brecgte. cf. i 0 Arousing The Nation. ! · eat-urs ha.v been pushed i:p Pise's : e r i r.it nor an error was made, gave Games Today. 0 Baltimore at Reading. Newark at Jersey City. Toronto at Buffalo. Montreal at Rochester. Peak. bunion derbyists nave Totals -.36 Standing of the CInbs. W. I'm going attav I v r a Buffalo -6 4 8 27 15 2 Montreal 26 24 OO "-* -.liters t--o runs and a lead the; - * . · , - i oc,^ their .ear:- do,, from c^t «^ r.-.^hel a.thoush ^he-1«» Score * X^ o-l SS^cr" " ^-^^.e-^S^t: i^^LS^^r.-SL^^lF- O. ^les 0 1 0 0 1 002 ^ Toronto,..be .era-vd off. golf balls have been ' Lrr.-o trs and C^ell connected for j _ Eumrn^rviT^oaseh^^Hn- Jersey Cpr driven a cro5, the land-but all these } a triple The fieldingjem.one_of fte ] °f^?;_, itoee barf «--R«-.S-iJen ] Reaa-ng thinps. somehow, have begun to pal! ' nnf^t eve --lo 16 10 L. 16 16 18 17 19 23 28 29 Pct- .619 .619 .614 .585 .537 .410 .364 .356 i bases--Strine. Base on balls--Off I NATIONAL LEAGUE R H E - r :r-2: Br(v»k:jr. 6-3 -- V~r-: :C-3: ."'h.liriKph.a. S-4. h.ca=^. 7-0: Pi::s.b-.irch. 3-2. Cir.cinr_v._ C-2. St Louis. 5-2 3a."eries: Br^-tt. B--"-5 ar.- Phelps. A- ^--. Hc.=na:n ar forth Boston ... . Brooklyn · - ?.· Satnrday's r- p -"3d"'pni.-- 4- Bos:on. 1 I---- ' Cir.v.i.r^t-. 1 Ch.'-aat. J. V*i-s- jamc. Oa--C5 Todsy. j mor'ic.an shctilS happen arrvs Pedro ' uni rmbalm hin-. r - f ^ r ? thr pcvr Indian could cxp'.a r. th..- re was re.»' y r.^t a wa'.kir; :--rjV-- · : ; b ;· i jrarr::-.;: -s.-.--t ^; 3T 2? Tlte Phtll. 1 "* "roic'rr.ike li:t'.e l-.cac-.ay car i-j their :wir. b.'-l. i:r. V--.r ', V-- a -..r-.-rv Tr.-: Pr-.l.-.-'s tie" " T_.--,, Ftt=s._-tr=:r^ -nd O Farr·- secc-i r--- ? - K in; of the Da-is ----- '- ' B :ro clear out of it, there are Inspiring enough deeds ti be essayed to pu" th-usands of dc5orvir.g c.tii.ns into what at least couic be called the en- This thought grows right out of a dispatch in the public prints annsanc- ' ing that Paul F Denser., owner of s. S-Sf course at Amanllo. Texas, and , Bill Haidley. a prcf'-sy.^nal golfer, are j rlAnnim -o cr.ve c~'f balls ahead cf ' t --hem from Amar.ll- to ixxs Angeles. Establtehuu; Par. j TV two men w-Jl leave Aaiariilo in * blazo of Clory or. July 4. which happens "o be a uv when this cour.try ?iib.--nbed to a Declaratior. of Ir.de- re:idor.ro. a DC-T bi.l. cr somethine like ·J-j- ar.d thry p'.an to N: in Califom-.a in -in-. -o f? ?- focvtoall -ime Thar.ks- eiv.r.; Day t ^ o people liav*" 1 ir^ nt"r.ey to b :y cn.-ugh so'.f balls :·-· b^ whacsed 1. S C^ ml:-?. wh.ch at ::-.-- avrrage r.=.'; "f c- pr--c.aticn. diiap^earjr.ce. etc. -\v;lci rail f^r abc--;* c~? bill per nv.le. t.-..' Kr--ulean frs- --.i; eeflrr.V.v determ.r.e ihe jpcakors have tc'.d you tha: hare ·irnes uor.': er.d '.ir.tii you gpt back vour crsfs.T.^ confidence, haven't they? . ma--cinc: the most nr.^ers en the rnonu- mer.t v.ould be a bound copy of what Co:igr t ?5 st:U dDesr.'i know about Wall Street. H-rlev. 3b 5 Bevcrur.son. If. 4 _ o 5 2 2 0 3 O J S I 'foxy Brightens the Day C. Do You Read Him? " aparttnents. Uoralis is a cousin Vaciliou and is a walker. To keep in condition he expects to wali from 3al- U2iore to Frederic'^. advertlsi=s P^ys Give I *7tal STARS plaq it · Totals 42 '-0 Emmitsburg. A3. H. Sa=cl:r. Ib-p. 5 1 Zimmerman, ss 4 2 5?llir.zer. rf ... 3 1 Sr=ca-.3;;. Ib 5 I C-cr-e" If - - ° C Eckenroce. 3b 4 1 Ston-r. cf 3 Q L, E:,:er.r:ie. c. 3 Q Mart.:-., 2'3 - 0 C 12 H. O. A. 1 ==- Q 0 0 1 0 0 ; = 2 4 0 0 5 1 : o o o o : 6 5 , = FcJro C- .r.-rr Cl'ir £r.d Grace Pa:i=r.. Ma.rr.; ar-d Hart- Pittsburgh . - Ciicst?; ^ Battcr.es. S-xr-- ..- c O-- _ £- _., .- rJ; c --, -- .--,lcr. ''f :""· 'V.1S.T. "-..-*. -.5Cj- -he p-'SS.r.l/.'-j: of Or.. re C.-.: " ^-. a ,1 r . c- * ·* rrac rr..- -'.-5; ,1 c -r;ocus .doa l-..v« t--t"r. Cv" Grv d C.'.:-:.-:t r-.-h = V'-b--ll«- Poor-' 1 ' -culd Ci-'.-.cr f r - r- .-.f T-- ccrs- .-, .d ,-;ar: ·_-.- .:: 'he en-- ..-·.-. ToUlf - - 32 6 3 2 Score By Innings. 3 ,-.._.-^ ... 2 0 2 C 3 1 1 Sr.nu-^--; . . 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 -- 5 = ag;. :, S^dclcr. Zimrr.«rrriir.. Rhoaces = H-:--.* -~"--C. Br£cr.r;-ae. Stolen base-- . =z Hhoaio. Th^nttis^r.. Sever^ngen. H^ies. s= ?r^Y:r. -*'.: cc oiies--Bal-.imore. II: = Z--.-. -^:^re. S. Ba« en ball---Off Parr = 7 -" Sliirrcr i: off Saciler. 3 Hi'o-- = "LEST 1 WE FORGET L^- D?y If C:»c-r.r.a:.. Recs t;ti: cr. I T C ^c^i iarr.es 3: =,v- S Lo .-? ball her-; t.tj afte-crtn .-..th ea-^ :\£- C.-.rir.r.?.-. R . d , ,. ., - .-- f. r ,t Ba't;-rie.- D--ar. Pcrfert For The P.m A.a "· n- -. i : - iV ' . ;^ - .;^ i,rc« imxvr MiS" i-'s '-he foinest TTe nn. sr-d -hat c^ TI-U ha--c - ·.;;...* :· "-· a " a "-l- 1 *'li 1 c-arr.es ^ load of br.:.s ".tj the ladder ··-. -he br.c-klavT sr.i l:e cces all *lt? I-i fi-.:-.c.r.s ·1-.3 cl-ib -- ith the nah" v-.- -.-.·- cl.-o v-1 tri-.el in a pv.li s.rr.ple- .v poss.rlo «"·· r. :,v v e adapter! «h.cr. .-.-- .- -;-. '.-;? A-.i-idi.-c 40 on 1.^ '.-.._ : ...:g.-.t se left .-.e -.;.-c. :rc.*n w-.:i trav-\ file insidt 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 j SAVINGS INSTITUTION = Bankers for Over 100 Years trri-rcstcd i:p- ·-: not er.t-relv Of c;-.r.-- 'h- ,:-.;·-. loft-'-.ar.cod ati.'ir ··'CS ,ts 01--.-re v.vn .- -ah ;M th? club-i ^·1 :.-. :";h is ilte nittir.g recjor. is 1828 1932

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