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THE DAILY WEWS, nUEDEBICK, MD.. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 1, 1932. Olympic Hopes b» Clairt A'SIHIHEIZIH Washington In Virtual Tie With Detroit For Second Place. BRAVES DEFEAT GIANTS PhsJ*d*:oha. May 3! --Heinle Ms- nwh's bat broke a? a long ball garrc t«iay snd gave Wasiungton a 5-4 d-e- eston over the Ataietics af^r 12 la; nags of 5crap?-J-g The trlumrh pt.t tb* Seniiore ttto a '.~^tual :^ -.v.t.. and CTS-. ' tie sacond place Oe'rcut t the A'* a chance to capture third ! Manash rearly '"'on '.he gan-.e In ih elerentii aft*r Tony Frc.taj. the A.- been tatrn out and Geo. Earr^ha* *as pixhag He'-'iie »':lcorn«J Eamehav arrival on the hU with a home r^. that gave Wash^igtoe the lead P!:..a de!ph!a ued the score asaa bu: '-· next Size Manush «-arrte up he ti-hack- ei out a triple u or.%e home Bud-i- ; Myer. irho also had hit ior thr' ba*K : with the wtnn^ig ocur.K-r j Tfce sco«: R H E I Washington · · 5 ll l ' Philadelphia -. 4 13 1 Baiier.es. Bagiand. Fischer. Wca\-t er and Spencer. Berg. FT.PKJS . Eair.- and Cochrace ! BRUNSWICK WINNER ONE FOR OiCKERSON IVfcUs H«M Omp»oy Of MarUnsburt Terminal Nine Falls Before County In Cteae Game. Outfit. The Bruisn'xri All-Star* nos^d cit Bunching hiw vlf Knippic t-ie Hose Company. No 3. of Martir.so^rg. Oieterson A C. bAseba" team inau.ec W Ya. Sunday afternoon at Br _ir.i- tne Terminal Nine on the Potomac ·wxfc by a icore o? 9-9. altiKXiys ix-lr.? Edison diamond ,-jcre Sunday after- . 'oatiu: Th* Firemen tied the *oore a.: coon. 7-2 WhJe the visitors, were .. . . . . . . . · -i -i 8-all m -tx~ half of the mc'.-i. l»r. coml-r-g the local Jturler for Umpire Moriarty Reprimanded sri^x*. came back «-.tn spur?? » ?:*. R'J;» «^s «*iuc« the jpuan oier the annninj run in tae last doun *tth fne scattered hK£. 3 na.f ?f Lie finale frame. AB R. K O A E 5 C £ ^iM" Demolay Nine AISO Defeats ! _e ixin-T. t j . ! · os Harrington's single. Bussard doubled nghifleld; Skins. cenlerSeld. G. Str^: , to tally Harrington and McLaren hit ' catcher; Breogle, catcher a^td i safely to bring Bussard home. Boyer ' field. Ponton, pitcher. ' £.«: oj; to Cramer, 'out Creeper beat . DeMolay--N-JEZ. p.tcher, Poland, sec- OJt an irifield hit. which permitted j ood base; P. Strine, first asse; Moss. McLaren v score Nusz a*d out to i-hire oase. Harrsigtori. lef;Seld; Busand Poland ended the yy-'rg by!sard. centerSeld. McLaren, catcher: vo Fit-"!?. Fry starred for th-e' Boyer. shortstop, Creeger, rightfleid. i.osers . j Tbe l^ieups: Eagles--Keeaey. By American League President. , .·*.: * -..* _ j How to. 1 2o TLh«. Cramer, 3 : FONSECA MUST PAY $500 bridge, i land. May 31.--William president Jf the fined Milton Orston. 4 4 5 American Gardener, rf 5 ! W. An.oros*, c f . p . 4 Brailhvraite. p ,,. 2 Har- . SfcarS. c. c f 1 3 2 4 3 10 3 1 .-4 0 keers will play the Walkersville typendenta in Walkersvtile. Aftem-xjn at 2 30 o'clock. The score Dkrktj-son AB R H O. A Eagles Tuesday Evening. The i-^ cicada -s the world's loud- saortstop, Forney, i est insect. A group of theen ciurpmg e. leltSeld; Fry, first'in unison can be heard for mote than second base: Shaw., half a mile jptiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 3 2 o 3 0 0 0 0 2 i 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 ! Chicago pKcher. »500 and suspended ] ^j', jhjr. f^r ten days as a result of »** spau'd fight yesterday between George Mori-j^ arty, umpire, and four numbers of the | Twa ja g :4 » 15 Chicago warn , Brunswick. AB R. H O A ! The other Chicago plajers mere 1 f!n-d but not suspended, while Mori- { ' arty »** severely reprimanded for ' "neglect of duty " Lou Fonseca. manager, was fined GLENN CXTNXIXGHAM -© ; McGana. 3b .... 4 ·is. ;o _. 4 j B'jreh, c. 5 _. i C Srr_tn. cf. 3 i $500 Charbf Berry, catcher, $250. and j ^^^.jtg^ 53. ..I'l..." 3 Prank Grube. catcner. SIOO. Johnny J ^^~ f " ;{, TM 4 I Butler. Chicago coach, was suspended: Q^T^ " r f .. ...H_4 j f o r live days Aryerfi,"? ' ."_" "... "I 1 i L". reprtmar-dins Monarty. HarrUUe G Sa -, :h p _ 2 j said the umpire should have removed j ' _ i Benr «nd Fonseca for their conduct | during the same. He stated that Gas- ; "ton '*as the only one. whom hts i n - j Twt:?ation proved to ha-e taken part in the fight, in the dressing room here · Butler had been ordered out of the following a Jlsputc yesterday. -j-ota-s ! .35 9 11 27 1 Score By Inning*, i. 3 . 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 ck 0 3 0 0 4 0 1 0 1--3 Suounry: Earned runs--Has* O. 3.' Brunswick. 6. Tno-hase h Three-base hH--^H. Home runs--Hessen. P.eet- Sacnace hii--Tederlcz. Stolen 0 0 0 G 0 0 0 0 -- E 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 " -3 -- 8 --3 3, -H. 31- et- Hersperger. ss. ._ J'"i Hoy'e cf L. Robersoc, 3b. -G Roberson. If -Dayhoff. If . _. . Day, If i Siotllemyer. f Baker, rf . Joe. Hoyle. rf Burdette. 2b _. Smith. Ib Ruble, p Totals Terminal Nine · Bradley. If A Oenn'jr!. Ib Fry. cf _ J T Car.r.on c 1 Knipple p Bopsi, 3b-'Jb ' S-niberg'-r. 2b-3b. Pmreyf'xck. rf. ' FOgle. ss . 1 'LaBrush Tctais , 'Batted Tor Strasbr 4 5 ._ 5 2 .. 1 _ 0 ,.. 5 _ 3 -. 1 .. 4 ... 4 . 4 39 AB . 4 .. 4 ,,. 3 . 3 . 3 . 4 .. 3 . 3 .. 3 ... 1 31 Inn 3 · 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 11 K 0 0 2 1 0 0 i 1 0 0 5 9:h s. f 3 1 0 0 0 ;.{ 0 0 2 5 0 "*7 o 3 9 0 3 1 I 2 0 3 0 °7 3 1 1 0 0 G 3 0 0 2 0 1 n A 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 G T SPEEDm J EAGUEfiAMES I AN APPROPRIATE The offerings o! RtaseU Esterly were ss to the oatters o' the Fred- !SS 0 0 ! 0 · 0 1 0 0 ' cus'_r_al DM ision spr-dbal! gatne pla;. eo 0 in Baier Piri Tuesday evening T:. ·. FVxincryroen collected 15 safe blows f 0 A tctal of 13 aascs ar.2 were grea o a.ded oy e.yst errors Moxy. on t.~ 4 i was ne.er in trouble because of the o.. : Iroc and Steel Compn;., a^o . SS .scored a 12-5 tn'jmph over the Ox Fi- = ore Brush Cxnpany nine ui an In- ss GRADUATION GIFT I E ! :fad siates a-. e him. Ke retire-- == their miserable showing to eke out a 6-5 victcrr o land Indians. Vosanik runs. The score: Chicago - Cleveland _ -- - Batteries: Lyons ar.d On and Mystt. i Cleveland May 31.--Chicago's ( Ipusnacious White Sox returned again; ^^Q^^~Burch. Dcmo'e Park to fl 8 Rt _ ""^ j Teder.ck to \Va«t*ley to H Aaiarose, 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 Nir^ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1--1 y Struck out--By Ruble, 14- Knipple. 7. Base on bJi: 0 s in oraer the first 12 batters. The win- 0 i ntns r jns were chalked up in the third 1 , mnms. With one down. Hargis dre-w 0 ! a baser en balls and advanced to sec- 0 j ond Haniley singled over second and 1 · Kar-.;^ cour'ed -Alien Moe Burdette j ' heaved h^ pes into tae crowd back of 0 the plate. Handley advaTiClnr; to second. ^ Don Geann^-r singled to lefo an- Q Handley crossed t.ie p'.ate on ilartz^ 'erratic throv.-^i Misley then won r.ir 3 - game =7 h-'.tin; jof-eCy to r^htSeld. I The lineups: i Ox Fibre--Martz. lefneld: H. Bruc'.i- c". cat-cser; Tippet:, first base: Whi- i.vr. r.shtSele; C. Redsicr.d. sl- I 1828 1932 I -jrde:t*. cer.VcrScld; Sontli. second Es:«r:... from his n- aod the Cubs subdued the Cardinals fTM stopped Bennett | ",,, , runway under the grandstand after tlie Indlai'-s had taken both ends of a dot:blc header. The Chicago players before he had the chance to hang up doub iictory in the recent Big and OW Jess Haines. 3-1, today to, take the edge in tlie series and retain I their two and a half game maran j of CunnSngha:n . B over the Boston Braves for fir* place | ^.^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ , aocused Moriarty of calling "bad ones" and "sneering" at them. Moriarty. who dealt, a knockout right j to MUt Goston's jaw before going down; Hose Co 3. 2; Brunswick. 1 P.*sei | Kj-pp'.e. 3 ." Umpire-- Ke"r*dv ball--Burch Wll-d pstch--»-=i=rose , _o 35 Score---Walte-s " " Umpire--Jackson. Tinte--" 2o Scorer ; ~ j* " . - WaseY i ONE I N N I N G ENOUGH Jrs. Defeat Woodsboro Independents, 6 To 4. i DeMolay Defeats Eagles. ! The DeMolay avenged a former d?\ feat Tuesday evening in Bafeer Park by i taking the measure of the Eagles in a Fraternal Division speedba." game b;- 1 ?. score of 9-6. The game was won in Be the graduate Boy or Girl, your expression of regard can be shown in no better way than by opening for him or her a Savings Account in this Institution. THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION Bankers for Over 100 Years 1828 . 1932 Moss led oS The score: R H E St. Lotus .. . .- . 1 8 1 Chicago 3 7 0 Batteries: Haines and Wilson. Warneke and Hartnett. Boston May 31.--Ed Brandt held the New York Giants to four hits to- over Ciir.n.nsrham first attracted atter.tlor. in 193C T\hcr. he t-:t state and Kansas relay irjtcrsrho'.astic mile records for EUharl Hijh. Later that year he von the national intcrscho;.ist!c mile cham- pSon-'hto at Chicago He is a sophomore at Kansas now. but already big e:;hth inning in which they | .-. e runs \\as sufficient to g.re V.'oodsbc-ro Independents a 6-4 v.c- i r tne Frederick A C. Junior^ j same played at Woocsboro Sundav j .. . -·moon The winners bunched a of clay uhich It was originally tnought -. douo:e _ t£sec SJlglcs and an er ^ r m | Moriartv has several times been the S '*ou!d be sufficient. 73 loads wih be re- || Ihe c , gh:h stalcy pitched gcoci ba'l house guest of Dick Nallln. another quired. C Cyril Klein, president of the , , or \vood5boro. ' ·""--·" A _ xovcd tip tv,o bases and scored ,=r,IiII!lIIIliHllII!1l!|III![llIIIIiI{IlIJlIlIlIlllinHi!ii!!iIiIIIilllj!liilllIIIiIi!ll!III!Hnfi? now ing American Lcagtie umpire at h!s homo in this city. His last visit here tias ^o Mrs. NaUln said Tuesday night that Moriarty did not 131^- .... -^.TM. , P ress her as JiaMns n pugnacious dis- day and the Braves won rhe series | ^""^^ "\m r-oss-oo' W -n*''v' "-idoor^and j portion and was 'quite charming and final. 7-2. Frits K-iothe's homer in , ^.^ L^V.ing charnptonslups of the weU educated" the fourth climsTed the winr.Snc four- run rally- Tile score: New York Boston _ _ -Batteries: Schumacher. and Hogan: Brand; and Hargraves circ^: He won as he pleased ·a -a f I ari sc ' t new records ln !0 il tac indoor ,, . and outdoor mile and hal'-mlle events. ' ; , , I Hi ran a mile .n 4 14 3 May 3! and a ' ° ! h-Vf-mi the same dav in 1 53 5 ParroR.ee ' t INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Do You Remember league, expects to star; the four clubs · on their way next Tuesday. Teams ta ! CorirovT" 2ij the circuit are. Fadco Big Fiie, Middle- J o rl p e " " r f~ town Tigers, Thurmor.t Shamrocl-ts and j p" j^^-.C; j^ Young Men's Shop. The co-irt is be^ig btnlt west of the bath house. _ , .. : Umpire George Moriarty. one of tae · most likeable chaps in basebajl, took a , Bruchey. Ib. Crawford, ss. . _.. 4 _ 3 3 4 3 4 Pittsburgh. May 31 --The P-rates j made it two cut of tliree from the Reds j today by wn senes. 4-1. The score' CtncinnaU PiUsburgh . Batteries. French and ining the last gs . . ... ,, . Lucas and Grace. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. ae of the, Bl ;., more _ ;.-. Reading. 2 ' Toronto. S. Bultalo. 10 R H E Newark. 1. J?r»y City. 3 · 1 10 2 Montreal 3. Roch-rtcr, 9. _. 4 9 ; i jOmbanL. . Games Today. ' Baltimore at Rending | Xewark at Jersey City i Toronto at Buifilo 1 Mon'recu at Rochester The attack on Moriarty as expected dre^r most drasti: action from President William Harrldg*- And shoula Baseball , has succcss'olly lued dnwn the days of One Year Ago Today-Despite a pe.t- j , owdvt31 _ thc d3 ^ , aen P ; arers s^; tag run. Mac Smith reeled off a floe,: j tj r ._. ht thcl _ way ln and out or bMe . ca- i 510^ :iap3er.ea LO oc pia\er^ ::aa no first, dav's plaj in the British Open golf ] --=· · -- i 10 :;it.it tncir »av in anc out 01 o^se- of bj-dies at Caraoustte. Scotland, his , ba ,, ^.-^ No ^..^ wha . :h1 occa . natne course, to score 70 and lead the slm hapoened Io ^ P i a%eri had =3 A~-*-r rln i*'f v^Tni m t V i A 13--*t !c-^ f^-Vr»n frj*t., ' I . . . chamD.onship Ha 70 was three strokes under par and constituted a ne^ course record to gang Monarr-.. U'oodsboro SW.C. 'S LeG-TP 2o Hcmer. 3b Dresler cf. Eyl-:r. rf .31 A3 Yesterday's Results. ·"Washington, 5: Philadelphia 4 Chicago. 6. Clcve.anif. 5 Detroit-St. Lotiis. wet gro;mIs Other ciaJbs r.;'. schedulsd. -12 mnngs. j ia.~ Games Today. Washington ai Boston. New Torfc si Philadelphia Chicago at C'.evelarjd Detroit 3t St. Lc-tiis. | Standing of the Club*. i Bjffi'.c . . i Ba'"m-*"-* ! Montreal . ' R Chester ; Nc « ark - . i Toronto - Jrrsev C.'y i Rcaviirig . W. 29 2S . 27 24 25 IB 18 . 1 i L 16 IT :o 20 19 26 29 ·j 1 Five Years Ago Today--Call Boy. a ·5-to-i favorite, won the historic Eng- llSfi Derby at Epsom Downs before 300.000 persons, including the king, queen ar.d Capt Charles A. Lindbergh. trans- Pet .622 574 545 -^ 6S i tAnn*eight. Champion Joe ^' ! New Yorjc won a popular decision ;n i ;, ^^ i 12 ro-or.tis from his Harlem rival. Mid- ' s:or;er s have it A most tro'.ibled champion is Jim Londos. -ano meets Fred GroDme-er ir. jker. c. . Was-~ir.ston. Thursday rjght What ! ^ K --^X- P- loosed like a lot of bally-hoc in 'he j '-*-£· Ib mat game turns oat to be a serious effort to oust Jirn Londos from the title D:ck Shiiat srivi Strangler wrestle In New York. Jup.e E - Dresler. 1: _ 4 3 . _ _ . . _ * 3 Totals 33 , l * 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 :? 1 1 1 1 1 t 0 0 0 6 H 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ^ 2 H. o 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 O 1 ft 0 1 5 i 3 6 0 0 0 5 -24 O 0 i 0 1 1 0 14 0 10 27 A 2 0 1 1 1 I I 0 0 0 0 0 --6 A. 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 H. : o! 0 ' 1 ' 0 0 1 o! C i o ' 0 - °i 0 , " " 1 1 L 0 0 , i ; °i °! 0! o i O f 1 ' ^ Standing of the Clubs. W 1+ Tort . 28 11 Detroit ._ .34 ' Washington "5 I Philadelphia _ _... 23 Cleveland _. 24 St I/xi-s .. 19 Chicago 15 Boston _ CITY SFE^SIi'.lI- iEAGVE (Fraternal Division) ,5 wi'.l I Scores by Innings. ... _ 9 This F. A. C. Jrs 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1--; atlantic fiver. Call Boy's time of j ma'tch. : t"k unce^tood. ^as" cr.gir.ally Woodsboro 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 x--6 2.34C-5 for the m^e, and a half set a . c(x) - se{ j U p as a Lor.dos-L-e?ris er.gage- · Summary- T-vo base hit--Stcu; ' ·ae-* record. ' mcr , t _ Londos. and most of the m a t ; Sacnfioe hit--Jam^ St--lcn bases--' I followers, believe Lew^ has r.o real r.ght * Jarr.°s. R.ce. Sta"e. Conroy. Dcuble Ten Years Ago Today--Former Bar.- j to a match unless the Strar-glcr throws Plays--MnU^an to Bi-..chey. Base or. j tAmieight. Champion Joe Lynch of j shikat It begins to '.oo as though tne ' balls--OfT Warrer.felt:. 1 Struck out^--' York and Pmladclp'nia commis- Bv S^iav. 6. by Stalcy, 4 Paseed ba'l for L-T-dos. who went --Scker Kio by p:"cher--By Snav.- west to escape a bad situa-ior. We are ' 'Bmchevi Losing pitcher--Sha-a Ir-clmed to believe LT.OOS is st:Il so- , Hits--Off SM-TT. 4 m 3 mniiigs. cfr called wrp$ti:ng champion Tbc action i Warrenfe'.vZ. 5 in 5 irir-r.cs. off Cock- ?r-.v.r.g Lond^s of ha; | r»U, I in 1 tr.r.ir.g. Umpires--Redmond set Sir..th. a' Madison Square Garden The ric'on advscced Lvnch in his quest for another shot at Champion Johnny Buff. TesterdayX Reunite. DeMolay p. Elsies, IS 24 56'- , 54? **- ! 357 Game DoMclay Al^niai is Y M (Cpper. Brooits C A i THIS ONE TO Y. M. E. B. : Team Turns Tables On Point Of Rocks Nine. ' Eacs v Game Thnr*day Y M. C A. stoker. Krch 1 ! NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's KescHs. Chicago. 3: St. Loois, '. Cinc=at-_ I: Pittsburgh. 4 Boston. 7. Xew Ycrs. 2 Other clubs not Ec'r.ed-^ Game Friday ,'- O V A M. ^s DrMrlij v Upper. 3roc'i!. Standing Of The Clobs. Ij. ?Ct V M C A . Ji warnitig or cepr honor -^ comparable to tr-at c. :ak^ig \ . Max.e Roseritioom's :-t in the r^ig. ; : Unless a wrestler cr f.ghter aisol^rely ' refuses to accept a chalier.ce ar.d re. tires from competition, thcr.. ar-i jrly ', thra. can his title be f.-irfe.tec We lise : to se* titles won on the rr.at cr .r. tre j Rallj .r.c in the last Inning for '.vc j rir.g and rot b»nind the --sed c;xrs ( runs to come from behind afUr trail- ' of a star chamber prooecdir.c ! jir.v- most cf the way. the Y. M K B ! · ibascM-: Vam Monday afternoon :um-! Catoctin Wants Games 'ed "e 'afcles on Point of Rocks -.n \ The Catoctin All-Stars haie orsaniz- carr.e played m the latter town. 11-8 ' «J ar.d are anxious to schedule car.-.e^ The c.tv ch.iinp!or^ put togt hi^5 and a" error to pull dr:^a Pc::it' % rs ar.d v,-n the cor.'cft TJ-e ^'"or*** Time--l 45. corer -- 1 BM-22 MALT A N H E U S E R - B U S C H S T . L O U I S CHFIELD wins again is ,, lX ' with all county teams p-aytr.c Sunday j -V.c ' bl' Address Harry A M xviv Tr.'.r- i · mont R F D 1 or Roy Frejhrran j i Thurraor/ K F. D 1 I ^1-i V Games Today. St. Ix-tiis at Chicago PhiladelphiA at New York Other cl~-bs rot scheduled DeM-'ay Sagl-es Jr O U -Vumri A M «67 , Y. M. E. B. 500 i X Tramri. Ib Standing of the Clubs. V.' ^ Cr-cago . C CITY SPEEDBALL LE.\Gi"E 24 IS av's. Rcsolts- S '.: Ox F.bre. St. Lotrs New York __ 442 ' 435 ' -32 G^rae Today. Tucker P Bnc R Tr"--? rf Pt. of Kocks f-p AB R H O 4 3 ,, 4 2 . _ 5 ._ 5 . 4 5 _ 4 . 5 o 3 o : 0 2 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 2 1 0 K3KYPHANN Racing drivers, with feme and fortune at stake, me sured gasoline against gasoline and chose RICHFIELD. The result: IO oat of the last 12 Indianapolis Spfeedway Races; 43. victories lit SS major A.AM. erents since lar.aary I, J932; 9 out of IO of ttto existing competitive American dirt-track rocorcs Follow the choice of champions! 41 1! 23 27 15 4 AB R H O A £ Garoc Ox F K-' -.; r. Hair.?* BeH'» Nine *(** Win. 5.1 use-r rtirj ir tr.e first f--r BeZ's Str:e AJCS trtrr^tec Crawlord't AH S'-ars .- z basebaU garc* played Mondav afterr.^on on the Wa^"- , isgtec Street Sc'r.:l cLanx-r.d. 5-4 SJts- i nsers. Welly Crarr^r a^id Bell led th-e . batting at-ticss Tr.s teanu Ined J? i as follows third base: Es-ort-;. .eftSex:- Roelse c«atEr5e'xs. Satr.r^ers. Sr»t bass- C.eci. ilu ? e secozd base. Abrec.T rchvfie'.d' Dison ____________^ catcher. Crarfvri -.t-^rtctcp ' NL-.E Accc-- R we:-. nj.-.tf-.Q. ' But fo itvre b ieoal. svr.cs. ~ 3?«r £?c:ri ^.---- C S .-- s.-torts p. , cr. ·,.-« Mo-"t £' M^r - . ^ C^ »" S We." ·tjt *·-*·-- H-r-rTvar. t.-.ro DiCS^«on Till be ij.avei .r. Car.is. base: Crarcsr . r.»- 3f . ^aT'r."- Sa'urday. ar.d \rse anr.jal Game ^ridij '.lone-. Krp'r Standing Of The Clubs. W L. ' Herr.loci: S"; .~'«rj 3 .- lOx Fibre Br^h C- 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 , i. I S "--,'.',,: 3^ S 12 27 S 4 Score by Inninc*. M. F B 2 0 0 2 0 i 0 2 5--11 P: cf R.VSS ·· 1 1 f 2 0 2 1 1-- S s " St«rmiAr\ T-»-o b-xse h.ts--Tjcier .5'X; %i ;ms" Sarrfice h:t--E Trnr.-;p 330 B*K or. fcal'.s--Off Br-?J-.--e'.l 2 oft R-utlxrrforc: 4 S'r.vr: ou'--By Bae,- T.-..r. 3 bv Bru:l-:ie:: 4 bv Rutherford. 5 card ' K . ---Off Br.cr.-RpJ 8 :r. Pa 'f Bafr. 4 .n 2 ;m.r.g. c ·n-e- "!or.:er Tjr.e--2 10. Scorer- c-.- «rac.5 mea; gaate Till bs s:a;ed cr. raescay More World Records than all other gasolines combined s^

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