The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 20, 1948 · Page 6
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July 20, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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Tiw Sew*. rr«M«rlck. MM.. Tufwimy, July 20, 1548 Trouble At All AKE.HONEST TOM"- ON£ K*S A HIGH RATING OP 155- ANOTHER HAS A GOOD IIS-- ANO THE OTHER TWO ARE LOW 1NTH6 OBVIOUS WWICW LOVELY IS Trig FORA WINNER TO IPUL AND KM. OXE, BUT I DCMT J OF US SHOULD EXT Ay/ITS GOSH - I'D o* THAT CASCE BEFORE TURNIMG- U)HERH ' ( LUA5 NOTl K- IF IKE BACK.tOOfcjr W*£ I. M£l^i^Jj^r (i 1Tb~SE= i=T«ESE V^Xu/AaKWj Mtrrr AXD JEFF What Do You Want In The Summer, Blue Glasses? Crowd Sees Hustlers Win Before the biggest MeCurdy ; Field crowd of the season. Frederick Hustlers defeated the House of David bearded pro-baseball ; team, 7-5, Monday j.jghi. Trailing 5-4 going into the bottom o: the eight, the Hustlers came to life. Hummer tripled to -ead off. U was his second three-baser of the game. Price singsed Hummer in to knot the count. Remsber^ slammed an infield hit too hot for the pitcher ', to field on the first-base side. ' TrusseH bunted and when the : first-baseman played for Price at third unsuccessfully. Price scored. ·, Trussel! took second as a wild throw, third ID home permitted Renasberg to score. The score: ; House David AB. R. H. O. A. E. i Marrs. cf President HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured Philippine president, Eipidio - 3 1 0 1 0 Yauilla, 3b _... 5 1 Danlap. r£ 4 0 Traker _ 4 0 2 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Duke. Ib 4 0 E. Xewrnan, c 5 0 W. Newman, ss ...3 1 Boden. 2b 5 1 9 1 5 4 1 ; i : 0 3 5 0 2 2 0 2 Maren. p 3 0 1 0 4 1 ; Totals 36 5 10 24 16 1 \ Hustlers AB. R. H. O. A. E. ·· Stout, ss ·} 1 1 1 6 0 i Hummer. c£ 4 2 3 3 0 0 Price. If 4 1 3 Jones, If _ 2 Leu-is, c - 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 · 0 0 3 0 1 : Gilbert. 3b 2 0 0 0 2 Thomas. Ib 4 1 1 9 Myers. 2b 4 Rice, p 1 0 1 6 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 He succeeded Manuel 13 Wild 14 Rounded 15 Entry 16 Erect 18 Skills 19 101 (Roman) 20 Bones 21 Exists 22 Sharp 25Rai5 bird 27 Sketched 29 Solicitude 30 Peer Gym's mother 31 Wir.glike part 32 Italian city 33 Animal skin 35 War god 36 Sprightly 38 Pair (ab.) 39 Young cow 43 An (Scot.) 44 Headstrong 47 Verbal 48 Twirl 50 Useless 52 Pliant 54 Nostrils 55 Term of endearment VERTICAL 1 Speedy 2 Loose 3 ·CnV.n-.vr- 4 Male sheep 51 am (ccr.tr.) 6 Horr.an cnTX^rcr 7 Poerns SOr the thing 9 British account nwr.ey 10 Dry iccrr.b. form) 11 Dress 12 Hurrvl 14 Coin" IT \Vr..!e 23 R^b out 24 Birds' homes 25 Farinaceous rneal 3»= S/xsfej {I--ESSfefv Smart Defense Play \ Defeats Game Bid \ » A 9 5 2 *93 · J I 0 8 2 * A QiO 3 2*5 Pnpa! capo ^5 Screen star 28 T;,iy -«2 Chimney 29 Ht-ao covering-55 Courtv-sy title- 22 Mistakes 4G Garden tool 34 Paths -58 Steamer (ab.) 35 Protective 49 Pastry covering 5! Steamship 3TDoc:r:nc (ab.) 29 Mine ihaft hut 53 Symbol for -50 Area measure calcium , Q S ? 5 4 * 9 7 3 *65 Harvey *J10 V K Q I 0 8 3 IH 5 Z2 35 ' ,·!·'-· ·I :i-x ib 51 y\ -is 5^ 55 Jfc '·( ~ 12 Tournament--N-S vul. South West North East 1 · Pass 2 * 2 V 2N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Opening--V 7 *· BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Wasting No Time 43 ?7 Tmssell. c Remsberg. rf Murray. 3b . Totals 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 33 7 10 2 Score Bv Innings House of David 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0--5 Hustlers 3 0 0 1 Summary: Earned runs-of David. 4: Hustlers. 5. Left on i bases--House of David. II: Hust- j lers. 4. Two-base hits--Yauilla. j Three-base hits -- Kummer. 2: j Thomas. Double plays--Stout to i X" Myers to Thomas: W. Newman to ! Duke. Base on balls--OK Rice. 6: i \ Maren. 2. Struck out--By Rice. 4: i " Maren. 6. Hit by pitcher--Maren. j * (Jones): Rice. ( N e w m a n ) . Wild': * pi'ches--Rice. I: Maren. 1. Um- ! 5 pires--Strine and Pfieffer. Time i --2 hours. Scorer--Charles Shaw. ; 7 i S ! 9 10 11 Soap Box Derby Entries For Wednesd(vy, West Patrick St. ff HZ At 2 O'clock (DS Time) (Class "A" -- Asres 13-15) Address Sponsor Take Two And Tribe One Harold Shecly ... Eddie Wallace . Walter Clem . Max Bacr Daniel Lutntan Paul W. Main Brock Gordon . Robert Bailer . Joe Cooper Jesse Shaffer .. Chas E. Wells James Kemp ... James Sluckey . David Pilson Wilbur Main . Donald Pilson Philadelphia. July 19 iS*--- Phil- j 16 adelphia's Athletics smacked down j 17 Richard D. Bacr the Chicago White Sox in both ends ! IS Thomas Hcrshcy of a twi-night doubleheader tonight, i 19 Edward Bostian with Dick Fowler pitching 3 seven- i 27 W. Eltvood O'Hara hitter to cop the opener 6-0 and Phil i 2S Petcrlce Shiplcy Marchildon notching the decision in i 29 Kcnnclh T. Ford the 6-4 nightcap thanks to a three- | 30 Louis X. Cole. Ill run eighth inning rally. · J 31 First game: R_ H. E. i Chicago ........................... 0 7 O j Philadelphia ............ 6 11 O i "Wight. Moulder and Robinson; Fowler and Guerra. Second game: R. H. E. Chicago .................... , ........ 4 7 0 Philadelphia .............. 6 9 1 Frederick Kretlcrick Frctler:c*c Frederick Brunswick KFD No. 1. Frcd'k Brunswick Frederick Frederick Westminster Frederick Frederick ... Frederick RFD Xo. 1. Frc-J'k Frcilerirk RFD No. 1. Frctl'k F'rcil crick Gaithershur?: Barigis A- Estcrly K. K. News Agency Lions Club Elks Club Litlcn Chev. Mon'y Val. Can. Co. Littcn Chev. Frcd'k Iron Steel Kelly Bottling Co. Kutan Chev. Wallace X. Grimes Bowers Lumber Co. R. Pat. Turner Lee Emp. A.ccncy Main's Market Optimist Club ·' Elks Club None Thurnvjnt The Bright Spot Frederick Gulf Oil Frederick Shipley Sp't Store Frederick Frcd'k Tail. Co. Frederick Salvation Army Frederick Salvation Armv I BY WILLIAM E. McK^NNEV | America's Card Authority Written For NEA Service . When the national champion] ships tournament opens at the f Hotel Stevens in Chicago July 31, j there will be a large delegation, j vi Cincinnati. O. L,S=I year r'rarsk ! Weisbach. of Cincinnati, and Allen j Harvey of Louisville. Ky.. won , the world championship masters I pair event. Cincinnati has many j other players who think they are '· just as good ss tncse two boys, but I the champions will be a hard pair j to beat in the coming tournament. Harvey is popular, but his op- ! ponents should not allow his little i smile to deceive them, because he is always on his toes. Here is a defensive play that I saw him make on today's hand. Declarer was in a three no- trump contract, and he won the opening lead of the heart seven with the ace when Harvey (East) went up with the queen. Now South led the seven of clubs and finessed dummy's nine-spot. A careless East player might win this trick with the jack, then lead the king of hearts and another heart, clearing the heart suit. But | then all declarer would have to! do. when he was in with the jack of hearts, would be to lead another club, go up with dummy's ace and lead the jack of diamonds. This would give him two spades, txvs hearts, four diamonds and a club trick. Harvey knew that he had to throw the declarer off that line of play. He won the nine of clubs with the king and led back the king of hearts, followed fay the ten of hearts. Now when South got in .hs* couid not figure Harvey for the jack of clubs, so he led another club, finessed the ten- spot, and down he went. Charles Basil Jones (Class "B" -- Aires 11-12) 20 21 ** Grove. Papish and Tresh: Mar- childcn and Franks. 24 I 26 | 33 i 40 j 39 | 38 Ronnie Twcntey ......... Alan Bacr ...... , Peter Fahracy ........... Bill Jennettc ............ Rudy, S'ufcr ............. James Burdettc ....... Harry Wastler Robert Littleton. Ill Gene Abrecht Walter Lee Monath . Robert Chaffee James II. Mossburx RFD No. 3. Frcd'k Westminster Frederick Westminster Miildietown Gasihersbur" Libcrtyto\vn Frederick ...' Frederick Frederick Frederic!; Frederick Civit.-m Esso Ecco Mfg. Co. Rutan Chev. Crown. Oil * Wax Xone Wastlcr's Garage Arrow Oil Co. Ki\vani5 r!" 1 - Xation's Station G. L. Baktn- Co. Lions Club Soap Bo.v Derby Wednesday; " Bosos Slam Browns j Boston. July IS tfi--Bobby ; Doerr's first inning grand slam ! homer, off Righthander Fred San- i ford, gave the Boston Red Sox their j first floodlight win in four starts ! against the St. Louis Browns. 4-1. | tonight before a 26.092 crowd, i Rookie Mel Parr.eH kept six hits; ·well scattered while turning in his ' sixth -win. T h e score: R . H . E . : _ , . . _ ,, _ , ^ St. Louis _..... 1 6 0 Frederics Soap Box Derby offi- morrow for grand prizes, with the Boston " 4 7 Q ! c;a!s Jast night finished final i n - i winner being fully outfitted, and Sanford." Biscan and Mos* Partec- s P ec:ion of e; £h: more entries for sent :o compete in the National Psrnel! and Tebbe'.ts. ' ' ; ^ eanescay afternoons premiere Soap Dox Derby at Ahron. with all \ of the event here and pave every expenses pnid by this newspaper. ' Tribe Outlasts Xats -contestant a clean bill-of-healih as held an ~ jrr.prompru jubilee at Washington, July 19 !.·?--Bob · to eligibility of his racer on being : ; 1C Key Chevrolet salesroom fol- Kennedy's llth inning single with bui!t b " thc driver himself. lowing the final inspections last two out scored JLarry Doby from ! Calling in experts from Chcvro- night- second base to give the Cleveland · let sponsors of the national boys' Today at noon, at the Franc:? Indians a 7-5 victory over Wash- . classic. Chairman Warner L. Brit- Scott Key Hotel here, the race ington tonight Kennedy saved ; tain, for the Frederick Jaycccs. drivers o.' tomorrow, were cquio- the game for the Indians in "Wash- 'said: "We have no ringers. Thc ped wish Frederick News-Post em- A Prospect | T'LL BE TOUGH TO \ HT A r-\AV A~ER } Tr-:£?c= OUGHT TO g£ «A^P=N-SD TO AxO'JN'D HS55 TriST LO 7=SCOTT CAN r.:-?£/ ON- DEPENDABLE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Well, Not Too Eager Ciiv Softball League Results Last Night Coca-Cola. 12; Amer. Legion. 11. So YOU'VE GOT THe GALL TO THINK TME JOLLY PRUNES WOULD JJgg: YOU TO JOIN U?. 1 WOTTA LAUGH.'--TRY GOMIN6- TD US OM YOUR. HANDS AND KNEES AND WE NUSHT LET YOU ^ : -, M . 9 CRAWt IN --AMD / KTueELTb YOU? \VE MIGHT MOT ' SO IF L DO? So LETTING OLD COOKY CATtX W.E Bcl ONSl AMD YOU Do, FOP. , ANOTMEft/ VIC FLIXT A Coin Starts A Story Game Tonight V. F. W. at Coca-Cola. Standing Of The Teams W. V. F. W 3 Dr. Pepper 4 Legion 1 Coca-Cola 1 L. 0 1 4 4 ALL-STAR MEET WEDNESDAY Two local softball leagues will turn out their best players for a first inter-circuit meeting. Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. at Staley Park. Municipal loop all-stars are scheduled to tangle with leading representatives j of the Civic league. Both circuits ; are ne-.vly organized this year. i Radio Program MBS ABC NBC CBS WOK WBAt, WTMD ington s 10th when he speared Ai committee fully examir.ed ' throw. The score: Cleveland _ Washington Lemcn. KHemsn crisp R. K. E. 7 13 0 6 16 0 Christopher drivers d : .5 not bund themselves." D;a-.or)t?c tcc-.-hirts and gaudy cras.h- ! :c!n-.cts bearing the racing emblem of she derby and the words. Foilov. -i:ig ih;s outfitting, they luncheon rncc'.irii c: tiic Kiwanis - -i -- r;s: M-.:«i c Time -- nbc Frontiers of Science -- rts -30 -- Music Time -- cbs-east :i5-- Xcwpcnst br Three -- nbc ei! Thomas (repeat I t ) -- clss -- - The 37 entries vrho ·vi]3 rsce to- Club, at the hotel. »we omas repea -:CO-- ?::p^r Ciab-- r.Nr-baiic i ^ i,«*.v;5: ^hOW -- COS X«ws ar.d CornTnestarr -- abc Ku::on Lswis. Jr.-- rnbs :·= -- NATT« zr.A Comment -- s ily Commentary -- ahc - PARDON THE EENTERRUD7ION, 5ENOR JUKE, BUT WCUID YOU CEASE 'GATOR IONS EMOUH TO WITH A AAOHEY PROBLEM? 5-A-A-Y, LITTLE MAN/ WHO'S GRftVS YOU 6E=N D1GH' l» ? IS THIS REAL ? MONEY PROBLEM? VJH WHAT KIND O.= f,\Ot- D KOW MUCH LtAVE THE , JUKE. AND GOME WSETH |: ·'£. WE HAVE KEZ?-3=SS TO DtSCUSS '/*·* Ask For And Receive t./,7*e you me tossecf OUR BOARDING HOUSE OTJT OCR WAT Paige. Gromek. jearden and ; Tennis Veterans Are iiegan: Thompson. Welterotli. Fer- ; _-_·--,, ^ iCoacnins: ISew Plavers ncs: and jt,vans. ~,X:P.;C:F?.I coi;rts in Baker | Park. expressed their opinions i that the City-maintained tennis ' grounds are in too poor a condition ; Frederick Bounty's premier ten- '^~ even serious beginners 10 play i nis players constituting the Catoc- on. i tin Country Club team, are coach- On the recommendation of the : ing replacements. Catoctin netiers. the Country Club Baltimore. July 19 :_?,--A ] a =t- The tennis coaches even provide otTicials have announced that joys -sily ommentary Nes-s: Di^r.er Dat The Koiiir.S Tri -- he Koiiir.S Trio^nb -i^rrv Wavne Srsow -- cb The Grcon Hornet-- abc News Comment -- rr.bs LastOIinute Trade Announced Bv Colls 3? -- Harkness Cornrncrit -- n TTS £-: road cast -- cbs Comment -- rr.br o £^ day by the Baltimore Colts of the the Country Club. are " ot using these facilities. All-America Conference. Eight youtns a:e already signed 8 : 9 The Colts traded Marshall Shur- up. ihree arc now in process of CoCU Cola nas. an end, for Center Elbert - scriousiv acquiring championship T - _,. _ - . Corley of the Buffalo Bills. Shu r: tennis form. L : pset By Victory nas w-as assigned to the Colts by I Coaches Max McCardeli. Robert : Coca-Cola* sprung a City Softball the Cleveland Browns. i E. Clapp, Buddy Radcliffe and Mel League iipset defeating American Corley Js the fourth center the i Partridge are conducting the Cat- Legion. 12-11. Monday on the lower Colts vv-iTI take t» their training j octin tennis classes. · diamond of Baker Park, camp. The six-foot. 22G-pounier ·· Catoctin Country Club seniors i The losers out hit the winners but was regular snapper-back for Bui- have made arrangements to pick-! the Legion's starting pitcher Hsuver lalo last season. He catne up to J up youths desiring to tudy tennis, ; walked too many and threw several £_ pros from Mississippi State. ! Wednesdays, 6:30 p. m. and Satur: costly wild pitches. The Baltimore training camp j days. 1:30 p. m.. and take them to ' The score: R H. E train left tonight with 13 players the Country Club courts. Xo fees . Coca -Cola 12 R 3 on board. It will pick up more as are attached. : Legion . . ""'""' n 1Q 5 he train heads west and deposit The local Country Club racquet' A. Abrecht, Morgan anc! Wenzelh Si in Sun Valley. · team after several inspections of i Hauver. 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