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SIX THE DAILY NEWS, FBBDERICK. MD. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1932. FiSI FIT ADAMSTOWN DEFEATED GAME TO Y, M. E. B. Nmr Capture b To 3 At L rbaua. i Morrison\illt Team LOM» Sunday Oamr By 9 To 2 Score. Olympic Hopes S» Cbure Bureky T.-j- '.cam go', i Tak^-s g'.od advantage of ;_:r.r. Suci Adam'. -·*:'- Chicago Players And Umpire Moriarity Engage In Battle. LATTER BREAKS HIS F -M ' t r~~~j?.£ ± ·* °*j i :.-.· .....D .» a rr- AB R H Cle-.eland Ms Ge3rs« -r.d Fr -- n-avr.- tn- cre \-c-o-." ·:: o::: ^ . h-ace- O'.er -!v W..:.e S. r^"-^ br^e h-s i'-ar.ci ..-. SL:: Gas:" -^'-- =»= ·icrri c:--. 1 '.--. :-.3'-'- ,.,»!«» w ;-h L -A F.-:-c- Caar^ B':r. r-tc.-.- : Grjbe. «v:her O.t-^i-- ·.he argtir».er.- 5:ar:cci 1:-. room ss me C'-''lir;c sr- The score Chicago - · Cleveland Bat:er.es Jcnes C2=Rally ar.c M-.a::, Second game K Chicago U Cleveland . ..... 12 Batierles Cara^av. Gregorj-. snd Berry; Ferreil. !-.:. H-ic'.-n .i :o ond game Tr-rr.as ar.d Gr,.b? Fraiier. _ H iOr- braad, ell. t~ Philadelphia. May 30 --Th.: Atb- ;',,_ htUcs toe* both ends of a double head- Sa er with Washington today, vrianlng the ( morning game. 13-2. and trie af!T- , _ noon, S-6. Jimmy Foxx hit li^ seven- ' | terath homer c? the reason in the sec- j ond game, ·srhlie Blaegc and Mamirfi · I each had one Simmons and D\kes j h:t two homers each, and Colfir.an had | one in the flrrt game The score: R Washington . Philadelphia 13 Batteries: Marberry and Maple: Grove and Cochrane Second game- K Washington . . 6 Philadelphia 3 Batteries. Cro'a.'der. Brown and Spen- ! cer: Earasha-x- and Cochrar.c \v s A !. Ada mi town E. ShcU J. Jl« t:::. Summ--.: W. S".i--J. Hjatts:,-Ar.. 3-5 O ! 3 t ·· 2 0 0 nils, t.ie Y. M E B. bat-wieiders S-tT.- day afternoon easily measured liie M:r- , rtwjr-ville A. C . of Morrisonnlle, Va . at S(.-::lf-^-" f . S-2 Cr^aford Fail: Uns-V'd ' 1 '.hern platt-Aard fur the -jriariers ji.cl ' ,s*t i:.e ·· isi'."}?* co»'n with n-.e ««c4'.t(fi- «i i-.r.-*.i. -Ahile r.ti mates hammered · Ch»rl;e 0ar.=er hard and timely. TU ·£.- ' er. -*:t3 a perfect day at *?. led :sr . hlf.lrig attack' i Tile score V. M. E. B. i N Trump, 2i 1 Wagner, ss .. 0 jTaenty. Ib 0 I B.-.icnv*ell. rf .. _. ,, j Baer. c: 0 i Tui-it-r, c . .. Trump. 3b AB R. H O A £ I ' !3 27 !0 4 '· Faiic. p AB R H O. A 2 i E. 0 CTM-- 3b 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 .... 1 : o j MorrbomUle | C. Dinner, p ' C S:.T.p;r. Everhort. 3b . Monday, cf . 34 9 16 27 !5 0 | AB R. H O. A. E ! .. 4 .. 3 .... 4 .... 4 ' R Simpson. 2b 4 | S Simpson, c 4 J ~ _1 _I Jl -1 i Cooper. If -- 4 3» 5 6 2 7 4 4|»; Da "-'» er - !o " 4 base is: Is--Geliler. s Adarr-V-o-i n. 7 Three '. ...... TotaU o ; o ' o : o · 0 p 0! C i 0 i oi MIDDLETOWN WINNER \ Defeats Frederick Cardinal In 11 To r^.^. · 0 Game. G. Xcrreli, j w Rudy, p-ss. 3 I Don Rudy, rf. 5 ' "tz 3b - ---- 3 ' Offering iiule in tie «ay or ctoipeu- . toe Frecer-'-i: Carders iel! essy '.o tie Jfcciiff»*Ti iKdepesi- eote by a il-c score in a. game pUy«i ! in Mlccileiovir: Sunda afternoon. W.1- Finishes Minute Ahead Of Wilcox In Speedway Event. *" ' ..... "" __ ~°" V i i 1 10 I 2 1 7 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 do»B. Tbe «a«« beared h; in the third a:ii --..'Ui lof esst oi their 1! runs 35 11 11 24 5 C 0 0 £--11 (starred a: bat AVERAGED 140.144 PER HOUR ! ' Csesky !b - Haines, -3 20 -- "Garrett 3b San^JC.--: Left : Da-ie Rudy and KoostzU- i£.; = _;.-.yA-n. 9. : Koorstz. Sr.cr_f-ce AB R H O . May KT.-CCY Fr~ rr.e. of Lcs Angeles. v.o:i the i Brecgle, c j 0-3-- · international auto race to! Layman, '.'-p. :.-.-. «_'._h^t3 about. a niir.ute ahedi ( Redaior.c. rf. - uf H-' .'£-·· Wilco-s. ludianapelis. | Orrison, cf Cliff Bergere. Loc, AngeJes. fjaisheti Siri^h, p-lf · h.rc · A o ar.d a half smles back of Wil- G-earinger. ss . 4 ..,, 3 3 3 .,.. . 3 3 3 3 1 10 ·j 1 A E. 0 1 1 C Out 'b-.ir.tis b.i-v :·: Wh.f. Sacrifice -- J. . . .. J35 2 5 24 Score By Innings. · ·'·""-" Y M. E. B. 0 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 X--9 ' ?»-"-'-'* LAMUJERT REDD of the hilltop .n "Id Peor.a iiraalev- ?olv..;chr.:; Ir^tittre. -.-.- tc-i ;o to learr. -A'atch rc- Bv -11% -. ictory. Frame won $20,000 as j Totals !:rt prize ar.d is in a position'to earn i Middletown 5"50 fOO \ y racing thii season. Dae Rudy, ss-p Bob Cir^y. of Anderton, Ind, finish- , ____^______ c ftur.ii. iriilins ^eieral miles behind. | Breaks Record. i Frame's Urr.*? ^a* -54803.79 for an j 2\trage o: 104 14J miies an hour. This , Lr ki- all records for the race, smash- j ' tit.; tne previous n^rk of 101.13 estab- \ liihed by Pet*.- De Paolo in 1925. , Frame a 37-y«^r-old campaigner 01 1 r.ce Cs/nrses. ^"as always a contender. V.'i'ii the exception of the first. fJty ntil-.j. he was ne'.'er farther back than 07 0 AB. R. H. O. 3 2 2 1 0 4 2 4 bases- T.vo base hits-hit--W. Rudy. Rudy. 3: DOE J. G. K;rr»l. R. Korrel!. 2: Gar- C r^.t." Ba^ ou balL---Otf S=lith, 5; off y;\v. J^=v, :. Stru.-i. cut--By Smith. 2- l i b y W. Rti=y S. bv I_:.TT-ir.. 2. Passed 1 i teJ--Breast H:t by pitcher--D. , Rtidv. R K~rrell. Hi^ies. Loams 0 i p.;cAtr--Sr.:i*u:. Wnin^g pr.cher--W. 1 '· Rudy. H-t^--Off \V Rticy, 5 in 7 ui- 0 ' nines off D. Rudy, 0 ic 1 -^"-r-gs; oil Srrtrh 7 in 4 innings, cff Layman. 4 5 ··' 8 4 ' in 3 ti^i^isis. Umpjres--\VoUe and. E. i z-'-gl-r T-i:i-=--1 -13 Scorer--Jate 0 V.'i=c i Rrr.n. :\. Rice. D Rice. Sioica bases-- _ ^ o ;;^ or! . t . s , c 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0--2 ; W-Oi.!. aa^=-'- ^"" ''a--: O: s'uaiinary. Left on bases--Y. M. E. B .! !is: - "i-i---rt. -?a . T^1^ i;-O7.- 3. R ShvJ-k. F o'.-titx.-. J. White. E- ; Struix-. Garr.-f. Double plays--While ! to Strubc ' ?Syer: Ba5 on balls-- i o!I Rice. - StniCK o;U--by Rice. 7. by i , ' Shook r.ing.i. oK H.cicnun. 3 in 1 .nulr.s 'er.-..i j-'ice. Ke r^» been raein; ·^·-. '.Ci.rs and flushed secoad in f o r j ihe ^ .j, e :3st Morrison-riUe. 3. Two base hits-- '--"-«« - *-° ^ a-.«-i « s-^-, a_ * : ^; ; ji. Twentv Three base hits--Tucker. inst-ti-'-C-n. H- is captain ar.a^-jrav.^ . ,,. ,. ;- Home runs--Tucker. Faik. Double cilly t--.e -.vho.e -.eras on t:i? :.-rz ar.- refund to vield tt »r«ood. ,1 Hit by p.tcher-by Rice (E. plays _ Wagae , to T^ nr y. Base on bai^ ' **'·* *TM- ,ook. H.'s-oS Har»».K. 8 In 8 m- ; ^ ^^^ , K , ruck ,,,.,_,.. FaX 9 . From C. M H- Fal's Bradley trac^x- Um. , Redd is a cillr? pires--Wolfe and Trump. Time--1 40 lead -_,, lhe Ke- sr.:! V.'ilcox fO"?2L :: out m '.he c: ^.r.sf r.:iles of the race wi;h Frame ·-.a-.jj; i IWQ cf «5y 3 seconds a: I f t foot ar.d the hoc over Do You Remember Sport Tips WIN MIXED DOUBLES j team OS his records, the I car. hardly rr.i-= T-rh star ' American Lefty Gr-f,f -A;!! P/X. be the ku: :hf 5ci!'htx«-*s thji .ea*on v I'.hitit oppa^iiion i:j the person of \V G"nifz. of t.ic Ncu York Yanktci R c-f j pu.-! Team Defeats Seml-Fsnals. French In i Two wars a: he ntw-^id =:.'p:5ed ar.c int? tae ; "V-^r :-.i':or.-i". A A In Auteui!. France. May 30.--Mrs. Helen . j Wills Moody and yoaus Sidney B. Wooc, ; Jr . today advanced to the mixed doubles ,- t ,._ finals of the French tccnis champion- | .^...^ 46 fe-: 3 1-4 .r.?h^» Su- .ait-: ^it 1931 mars ?.: irr.mer siioviiu proaiue .1 l.ne York. May 30.--Sacr.f.ce Hies , by Babe Ruth and Lou Gchr^ prov.d- , · Five Years Ago Today--An mt*itst- n 'r'.r 1 '-^ P'--X. "" c o' baseba..'.- rarest ;!a--" iv.ui rnact*xi by Johr.r.v Ncxin. ... ~ iDe'_rc-it first baseman, against c:r\e- ed the winning rans in me e.gh.h m- ul:]lzcd ,. ._ Rln ning as the Yankees came from be-i ·--TM 0 htod to beat Boston. 7-5 in the first j l game of tccta;-* double header The · Tod^y-Urd Wool- Tub aiso won the nightcap, p-3 V1 _ s col ,. Capbun c-.Htle The score: .i',i|~.ircd on the inland opposed to Lefty Gio\c A mro'in^ '.. '.i":i tnc t'.ux pivporly jdxcn^cc: .:. v -vsl! n.l Ynn v .tH.' S'.adiur.; Gnf- ie moment there i^ a i'eliveon Mr Clark C fitii and Mr Walter Johnson Tiv rh'son i^. or sh«i:M be. most obvious i to c\en the ;;nm: 1.1 tec! basob-.il! far.. to -A.t Th- \V.iO,....j; OP. Bi'cball Club feated Henri Cochet and Mrs. Eileen | -, rds _,, .:, Bennett WhilUngstall in the second i ^ ,5.^ t ^., ;. ; ;, _;._^ ^- -.53 s;-^;nds. mixed doubles semi-final. 2-6. 6-2. 6-3. T- 'o- "^r-uc-V -T "s'a =--=ds a-.d auvance. l. n d ,_,,, play Mrs Moody and Wood | ^4ced 24 fee: 373 mches 11. Hie jroad for the title. i ,^',-j s^mi-Snal- and finals ' :hes« Dorts Metaxa. French star, defeated ' '.^r,'.^ .-^nie wh^i three ho.:r.- .r. the Marcaret Scrlven. young English p!ay- j .^'^, l ' r . 1 .'^.,^^" He ":e pro- Fourteen Out Of Forty. i When ?rame -*as ghen the checker- t-d flap, proclaiming him the ·armner fo'-rtwn «f th« forty original starters | -.-.ore iti-1 in th* race, although several oi t-:e-m vere many males back. Th: r^ce kept the huge throng of 140.000 ·o 150.000 in gasping excitement as a result cf crack-ups and death-defyins speed. Ru^cll Sr.o-A berger. Philadelphia, was Lft.i in cross-j? the f.nish line. T\vo Serious Mishaps Th» race; resulted in two serious ups. Billy Arnold, the 27-year- old Cincagoan. received a broken collar bDr.e. sr.d his mechanician. Spider Mat- 1-jc.-:. rerei-.e-d a broken pelvis bone, in tr.e z;a;ar smash-up in the race. Ar- j r.old. one of tne favc-rices. drove h-s car j^to a retainins ·^a.'.l on the north BUlLDEk er. 6-2, 3-6. 6-2, in a second-round · 7. a ""^-,-Vg' -^jno-^ but -n's^.:^ o- the match and engages Helen Jacobs, sec- · i^rcj-^a e^r's and 18 scuiis :.e pro- ond ranking American pla\-er, in the |!".,;_.;""-^-, W ;Ja~-. -oulcl total !"· ni^re '·- lrd - ! than 23 ro_-.u tr_ird ~5.ace in t.ie r^a.:than 23 3ostan New Batteries-. c!?n Secxind Boston Sew York . . 13 1; 0 ' Batteries: Russell. Kl^ie. Liscribc 0 4 and Tate: Johnson and Di-kcy St. Lcols. May 30--The Detroit Bu. kineham School Wins From Lewis- ·._, rca ,. y , t 3 ( ,. v cbh B , It (h , re , u . r; _ Tigefs rr.DTed into possession of seco:'.*. town Nine. ! c:j: Cr.-vior. Br.-^-.i ar-.vi Woivpr. are place in the American League tocjy o\ , . , rrsnil-irs. %L--ii^rry i. A re'iot pi'chcr defeatins the St. Louis Brn-Ar.s in b-itn ! Buc'str.^haat School ^on i'j .-ar:a . Bl;r!;o ,f, or Iv:r years Ins shota ; double header. 17-3 .irxi -:r?..^r. Ji5--l.ill parnc Saturday a'ter-, ncl j, lrc . .,, ...,,,_ lr . nr - inc him Rae- NATIONAL LEAGUE I TAKE FOURTH GAME '. Wal'cr Jolirjson is iryirij; :o sc'- iomc- 'where nifho'i* roaJy-at-lixid hurling tali-tit T.ic W.-.ihir.^'.oii or.x ma'enai. I \v.;h C u t F^rh"r ^\r.e ^!'..=.· ir, Yesterday's Results. Louis. 6-2. Chicaso. 4-6. Philadelphia. 4-3: Brooklyn. 13-5. New York. 6-4: Boston. 2-2 Cincinnati. 4-2: Pifsb-wgh 2-5 I Games Today. IC.r.cinr.a'.i at Plusburgh. | Nen York at "Bos'on St. Louis at Chicago. I Other clubs not sr'.-,ccui:d rarces i 4-0- The sccre: H Detroit : St. Louis 9 1 Sattcncs' Whltchill. Horrin? s-crth" G~y. Cooney. Polli r.oon .T H E. , L-tovr.. 6 0 form ..".-I 05 C^prt--:'.t w ar.d : har.T oo-^cd ap The warns were l-..iir.- ar.d.pc^d s^cne^hat bv a h:gh wind j Tl-.o .--ore- Griffith ar.d Second girr.e Dctrsr. St. LOU.S Batteries 3r:dg? and Bcrrso-jgh. R 4 H 6 Ntcw n AB R K O A E C.-?~ Chicago M'- X -- H--r--rs H-.-.50'. .bat Ird the C.-.-iaco C..?- :;· a "-: '. -- xorlcl :.-.3r.p.-".- .11 : . :r.- r 'r I'-J :.., .r old 2tit«- 3_-le.s:.- Gr_rrx-s '3 ·s.n ".r." a do-ale, tr.e f^rrr.cr cr.r.j; t r - f r Cuo s:ore ard .lie lat:-:r iU-.r.^-.^ . C 0 · ~I cvrxi Sv \\ M-r.ci-'.y New Enduranrr Record. ; iol.lcr of ''-"r!a"s cnl-.irtr.rc re- Al Sni.-h. 23-;.rEr-^'M r.ati\e of \ \V.u-h . a-r:-%ec 1:1 FYccer.ck i--. n-n'o ir.-ni \V.ish^:g- -C.-'-.- H-* lei" Se^tt IP.'O ir.ri h --· pushed hu Bcvston Giricinr.ati Pittsburgh Standing of the CInbs. ·W L, . - ... 26 16 23 IS .._ 24 23 19 20 Brooklyn s; TXH!S . . 20 ... 19 * 7 p : c : o 2 X'-..:i:!v- ''·· IP. To'irryclc ind -IA-P -nan 6'^? r r~.;-= A'.'.-.- ,!s:h Jsr. :.m ,r.d- i !--al of 6.C40 ! ~s marhir." is- oquip- i.rr ot shc'ex". Ho cx- n ·;·-;· P.ir.nc Coas' S ".til claims hc is AMERICAN LEAGUE ;·» 2 O A Yesterday's Results. Dx-rci'.. 17-4. S'_ Louis 9-0 Nes York. 7-13. S'?st«n, 3-3 Alan Garden, of Long Beach. CaL, v.as the 5n; contestant injured, crash- nig s;on after the race began. j Arricld. favorite today, was on his' ^:ie h-;ndrcd 2-c rlftier-h mile at, the I tirr.o o: the crash His ·wrecked car n-T.; over -he edge of the track He i .^d broken a.I Speedway records for the I c:s"3".?e xihen the accident occurred- ' Ant Die's o-ice of a fe-v v:ee=s rusher! I ' to t-te emergency hosp:'^! to comfort ! _ him He asked for a cigarette just as i ; ouickly as surgeons ad-.ised him that' ] he ^ns all in one piece. He and his ' ' mechanic ^vere unable to explain ho-s- , tlie ic"ident occurred. ! Examination enclosed that Matiock i '· had sustained a broken pelvis bone and ' · A.nold a broker: collar bone. | Arnold h-t the ·srall in almost exactly i ' :ne sarr.c spot that -srreckcd him a year ! 1 350. after he had led the race for 405 i ir.Jes and seemed certain of victory i That crash placed him in a hospital j for six rr.onths. Before today's crackup. i Arnold had wen S2.800 in lap prizes, j Buck Foreman, a Baltimore boy. pc-t h.3 ottrt in orgar.ized baseball ^niii i the ll?.-tir^ourc Blue Sox several years ( 3^0. hxs been purchased from the i Rcche^trr c'.-b cf tr.e lacernational I Leisr.? c;- tr.e Bait-more Orioles. Fore- ; man -i exr-ec'erl to be used in relief j rDlu A* the same l^rne the announce- i -v~- v' '-lie purchase of Foreman -sas | -- a a^. ".ic C3n?les made kr.ovm i'ne'. transfer cf Joe CiWire-lla. nchthand- j f-f. p.-cher. .a Jcr^-y City, and Jim | Cli'.pLr.. ancther pitciier. to th« - : P 3st.r.-i i.-"- .'.-o. G-.-".r ar.- -.-.--- H,-'--- -f IS C - r-r.c. i.-.c r"-M c m an effort -1 --_r?:-.r--i ^: r:-.n Tlv? nia- rlic" l .on "i rv .f? ar.c fr--.ce fl.-.^l^ IT. ,.---i t-nr. ·- frt:- ·".-. c.- .-' ·."· fcv Smith Games Today D !:-:· at Su Louis Ch.caso at Clevelar.d V.'ashmgtijn at rh-lac^'priia Other clubs not scnedu'.o: Standinc of the Clobs. Pel 71S ^/v I AN APPROPRIATE 1 GRADUATION GIFT 1 "WORLD expects the best from Firestone in tires. Race drivers know Firestone Tires are the safest and best--for thirteen consecutive years all the teinmng drivers at the Indianapolis 500- Mile International Sweepstakes Race have driven their cars to victory on Firestone Tires. "Why should you or your family take unnecessary chances by using anything but the safest and best tires that experience and skill can build? The great organization ?Jr. Firestone has built--every employee a stockholder--takes a greater interest in building the best tires that can be made because they know that every f .ire bears the name "Firestone", which is a guarantee of superior quality and workmanship. Firestone patented construction features with, the Extra T alues of Gum-Dipping and Tico Extra Gum-Dipped Cord Plies Under the Tread and other exclusive Firestone features, make Firestone Tires outstanding in all the grades, at unbelievably low prices. Drive in today and compare sections cut from Firestone Tires and others. See foryour- self the Extra Values you get in these safest tires, at prices ioicer than they haze ever been before. These Extra Values in Firestone Tires cost you no more than ordi- narv tires. LiXt-. i- :---"VOICE OF FIRESTONE"Ez^ M--^=. .V:;-^ Cl.-r .V..2 C. !,'s'.:-.~^e By Bitter.e; Br:s;yr.. May C"-- Tie . 1 0 0 0 0 C 54 6 3 27 7 : Innirifr*. ? 1 o o ? '"' ·" 2 -- r r ·· i 2 i i · \ -- j:s r_t -- S Cups That Cheer .y^*Sf° A \_ -^".''-atiu i also ccr.tr.bj-"; Tr.e score To c-ar Texas *-'"- MS-'- --r.r.. u~~s c.-y and Rentier: 5scor.d ?a-- .£· Brooslyn .. Boet«r. May ;^ soutipsT. r.-eld t.i« as Use -.-c.tors t-v S-2. Me". O:; c;:'. C---.-3.'. c--. .S-:'i th«- Mem-.r.ji !-:· co--.-:-'.i«aer t-ci: Tlic I?o~ ^*% - The scors : Se-sr York . . _ Boston . . Batteries. H;b ary, ori": 2^*i- Barcrie;. R.\e ard _- ^r_r.e a:. Or* - £-corc -"""· 6 : Har- R H iNTERNATiONAL LEAGUE = ; Resiiit5. 5-i.---r.OT- .~-4 R^s.;^-.:: 4-6 Toronto :-:. 31^^ · "3-:^ N"^ar. 9-3. J-rsfi C -- ·;-" :^----real. 4-5. R-vr.cs'-.r :-' Gamr-i looay. Si'-i-noro 3- Readir.g I 1828 1932 1 SUndinc pf the \V Be the graduate Boy or G-irl. your expression of regard can be slio vm in no better way than by opening for him or her a Sav- .ngs Account in this Institution. COMPARE CONSTRUCTION . QUALITY . 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H. n. ·ZS-35 26.50 36.40 51- 65 11.65 X5.50 26.45 46.5S 61.65 S15..T5 26.50 36.40 51.65 11.65 15.50 26.45 46.50 61.63 *29-74 51.00 70.6O XOO.2O 22.60 30.00 5X.6O 90.40 I2O.OO O T. Never Knew in 1 hisCuHous World A Daily Feature © THE FREDERICKTOWN | SAVINGS INSTITUTION 1 Mountain City Garage ua-o:, S. u. *-- o 1S2S 100 Yc t ir: 1932 = Phone 701. FTOESTOXF. OVE-r,TOP SER^ If F. £33 North Market St. Frederick, Md. OPEN NIGHT -\NT T)\Y i.l

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