The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 22, 1948 · Page 7
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July 22, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

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FaU* M*4eslyl I ovfftH£*aeMEe SA-V ·HTS ei«HTM! 90 X AND «HT« *HY OLD DO IS 7 AKD Yankees And j Tribe Split j New York. July 21 ^--Sparked' by Jim Kegan's grand slain home run in the eighth inning, the^ league-leading Cleveland Indians came from behind and beat the J New York ". aakees. 12-S. today J after the Yanks had won the op- { ener of a doufaleheader. 7-3. The ! attendance was 67,133. Trailing S-4 going into the seventh inning, the Indians scored three runs on Lou Boudreau's double aftd singles by Joe Gordon. Ed : Robinson. Hal Peck and Dale Mit- ' chel! to set the stage for their big eighth inning. : Aliie Clark singled to start the five-run rally. A walk and Ken Keltner's single knocked in the tying run and sent relief pitcher Joe Page to the showers. Karl; Drews took over and walked' pinch-hitter Wally Judnich to load the bases. Hegan followed; with a homer into the left field · stands- Russ Christopher, fourth' Cleveland pitcher was the win- ) ner. | Charley Keller returned to the I lineup as a pinch-hitter in the ; nightcap and flied out. | First game: R. H. E. i Cleveland . 3 5 3 . New York . 7 12 1' Muncrief. Zolcak. Christopher · and Hegan; Tipton. Lopat and! Berra. j Second game: R. H. E.! Cleveland . . 12 16 2\ New York . 8 n 11 Groraek. Kbeman. Paige. Beard- · en. Christopher and Hegan: Hiller.! Page, Drews, Gumpert and Berra. Nats Lick Tigers Washington, July 21 (£}--j.Walter Masterson was slammed 'for 12 hits fay Detroit here today but scattered t h e m sufficiently- to notch bis seventh victory as Washington defeated the Tigers. 6-1. Detroit scored its only run in the second on Pat Mullin's triple and Hal Wagner's single. The Senators tied the score in the fourt"' when Ed Stewart tripled, scoring Gil Coan. They shelled Freddie Hutchinson from the mound with a 3-run outburst in the fifth. In that splurge Earl Woolen singled. Masterson tripled. Eddie Y o s t walked and Coan and Stewart singled. "Washington added two runs off Art Houtteman in the eighth on singles by Mark Christman and Mickey Vernon. s wild pitch, a walk and Al Evans' double. The score: K. H. E. Detroit 1 12 i Washington . . 6 11 0 Hutchinson. Houtteman and Wagner; Masterson and Evans Browns Pound Macks Philadelphia. July 21 ':pi--The St Louis Browns pounded out 21 bits tonight as they defeated the Philadelphia Athletics 17 to 5 before 8.797 fans and kept the Mack- mea from closing in on the league leading Cleveland Indians. The score: R. H. E. St Louis 17 21 0 Philadelphia 5 11 0 Fannin and Moss: J. Coleman, Karris. Savage and Guerra. Bosox Double CSfoose Boston, July 21 I DONT KHOU) UH».r rb MUTT AND JEFT One Down And Three Thousand Miles To G* Comedienne t* fir^lmmm Fiul* HORIZONTAL 4 Lure 1,5 Pictured 5 War god comedienne 6 Sever 8 She is on the "* SeU. esteem 8 Sun god Courting Tricks Is Important Lesson 16 Trial 12 Man's name 17 Short jacket 18 Symbol for 19 Love to excess ni «°n 20 Fabrics 21 Seine ^ v 4, t»4^i At_» n ^" ' "· -- -- - --^ 22 Surgical saw 23 Short-napped 37 Her (comb, form) 44 Genus of frogs-" 31 Movers' truck 45 Toward 32 Compass point 46 Heaw blow 36 Regular 47 New "star 24 Symbol for cerium 25 Any 26 Doctrine 29 Range 33 Exist 34 Operated 35 Chessmen 38 Salt water 40 Exclamation 41 An 42 Tower 46 Fruit 50 First man 51 Portent 54 Painful 55 Ancient Arabian coir. 57 Malt drink 58 Ellipsoidal 59 Ascend, as a " ladder 60 Pitch 61 Grabs VERTICAL 1 Iotas 2 Scope 3 Bird's home -48 Nab fabric 38M«tal rod 49 Lampreys 26 Light touch 39 Motive 52 Entangle 27 Age 42 Children 53 Note in 28 Novel 43 North Cauca- Guido's scale 30 Boundary elan language 56 Musical note 4 8 6 3 V A 5 3 4 K Q 5 3 * K Q 8 Lesson Hand--Neither vul. South West North East 1 * Double Redouble Pass Pass 2 · Pass 4 » Pass 6 V Pass Pass Opening--· K 22 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Do You? Carnival Sam double, the Boston R~ed Sox" pulled out a 10-9 win over the Chi- ' cago White Sox in the arclight end ) of a day-night doubleheader that coupled with their 3-1 afternoon decision, put the Red Sox into a third place tie with the New York Yankees, the team thev figure they have to beat for the"pennant First game: R. H E Chicago i s 0 GettelL CaldweU and Robin«=on- Bodson and Tebbetts. Second game. R- H E Chicago 9 14 2 Boston . 10 10 0 Papish.^ Moulder. Caldwell and Tresh: -eernss. Palm, Johnson, -augnson a=d Batts. Team Tries New Hurler And Wins Mouniairraale's Rice Grocery independent softball team tried out a new harler. Charles Cline agsiast Navy at Camp Derrick aere, Wednesday r.isht: and were rewarded with a 9-4 victory over tne_ Chemical Depot nine, LnU the szxth inning the game was a noney. Paul Anders. Moun- iamaaie shortstop was robbed of a borne run by a spectacular catch in tne first inning. The count was knotted at three-all irj the third and again at four-all, in the fourth -two Grocers" counters in the sixth gave Mountaindale representatives the winning edge and Anders tallied in the final marker ia the seventh, By poling a safely lanaed homer with none on. i By « 1LLIAM E. McKENNEX j America's Card Authority i Written for NEA Service · The mcst important lesson to be · learned m bridge is to count your tricks. In today's hand East gets into the right contract. Six spades could be defeated easily, but with the diamond opening, the six-heart contract is assured if j the declarer counts his tricks. , He can count five spade tricks. ! three heart tricks, a diamond and ] a club--10 tricks in all. If the: WED BVDER spades are divided 3-3. he can ' throw one of his clubs away on a spade and ruff a club. That will give him 11 tricks, and he still! ' will have three trumps to pick up the trump suit This means that he w:ll have to use some of dum- I my's trumps to ruff a couple of diamonds. Now ne has 12 tricks counted, and all he has to do is to be sure that the timing is right. The opening lead of the diamond king is trumped in dummy ; with the four of hearts. The eight j of hearts is played and overtaken i with the ten-spot If South takes I this trick, declarer has no prob- i lem. But suppose that he ducks j it. Then East must ruff another . I diamond in dummy. He must not j 1 point thC aCe ° J d ' amonds at to* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ! Next the jack of hearts is led i from dummy and overtaken with ! the queen. South might as well J take this with the ace. and his , best play is to lead back the king of clubs. i This is xvon in dummy, a spade ; is led to the king, the trumps are . picked up, the ace of diamonds ; cashed and now East goes over , to dummy with the five of spades. | On dummy's three good spades j East discards his club and two j diamonds, and the seven of hearts , is available to ruff dummy's club. £.3, PVtKSXV O? VtOOM .%·££ ? Of OS 1 Wt'VX. 9WRX. « OV4 New Hired Hand HE JOB'S F \OU TEND HER=O RYOSi UG!VE PC. A GOOD 5'_'!»_O-i.'P SO P_ TESCorr VV'.LL wa= nm TO DOIN5 WITH TrAT ruoyr HAVE - BODY VOAiVTSTkir JOS/ i Be An Eg-gspert, Lard YOU MUST HAVE AM \ VOl/Re ASMWG- Eee LAID RIGHT MEBE \ US Tt LAY IM THE CLUB HOUSE BY ', \ AW ESS * IS-MT 9 TOMOSFSOW MORNIN/ Th'AT A UTTLE-- 'UH-OPTlMSnC? -"S=- Radio Program MBS ' ABC N'SC CBS WOR HOW 6GT5 LA'D IS YOUR. P2091EW/ BUT NO E6, NO MEMBERSHIP/ WBAZ. 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In an inter-city Sears" stores soft- Detrick Xavy and Rice's Grocers bail match Wednejdav the Fred · atr a *"^*-tTp-»^ _«,_AAV ^ . i - » « J i " *·*· The score: Mountaiuaale .. Deincfc Navy Cine and K. and Bengnatti. MONTHLY MEETING HELD Eleven members and two guests at- · · ·--«^v*«,,., ^ lt j. AC-- - tended the monthly meeting of the at Mountain- erick merchandisers swamped Hag- w °TMen's Bible Class of St Mat- erstown sales personnel. 19-0. on the Hub City's Pangborn Field. E x p e c t i n g tough R. . 9 H 12 8 E 0 3 thews Lutheran church, on Thursday nignt July 35 at the home of Mr. and Mrs Claude Compher. on the Ballenger Creek road ITie Powell- DP * i t ~ r - ^ v ' " s luugu LuinpcLitiun iiie oauenger creeK road erncnas Frederick Sears started their ace following program in charge f ^ r l-i' ·*·*· of STRUCK BY CAR -- -----*.-.,_.--. »_j*_oi_3 ,·*.«-.A icu uicii dt.c »v« ·· "**e. i-** *-*£»am in tiidrge 01 t *·=·-**· _· ^«* « pitcher, but a 13-run first-inning ilrs - Eimer Kemp, was presented' lo football. lo*x ,,,,,,,, 4v- - ., b " the president Mrs Tobias Zim-i He will TO COACH CARDS , Washington. July 21 ^--Tom ' ' Chisan. former University of Maryland player, today was named football coach at Catholic University He will succeed Gene August-1 terfer. who resigned recently so , that he could devote full time to ' his restaurant. Chisari. who is only 25 years old. was Augusterfer's assistant last year when Catholic returned gave them cause to finesse the x^e^e int. Tobias Zim- i , -- ~-- _ .. , luciuidii Himns, bv the c!a«s : sarne Larry Hames. 4-year-old son o f , a f. e - Reliefer Leu is finished the Scripture readir.s two duets bV Mrs. Grace Cravey, T ^urmopt; stl ^ a £P^gJvhHewash also. Sonny and Donna"Jeanne Compher". will have practically the team back that last year! won three and lost three. ! suffered undetermined injuries I The Uvo teams will rematch here Wednesday afternoon when struck j wi *hin a fortnight. by a car along Route 15. The boy' Th 2 score: R H was brought to Frederick Mem-' Sears (Fred'k) 19 js orial Hospital, where h:s condition ' Sears H'tn 0 4 5 was reported satisfactory. State ' Cline. Lewis and Vaughan- Ken- E 3 general reading by Mrs. Howard Frye. hvmn by the class, closing with the Lord's Prayer. Following , the business meeting refreshments, was served by the hostesses The i next meeting v. ill be held at the 119th. CAX SUPPORT DIXIECRATS Baltimore. July 21 ?)--Attorney General Hall Hammand advised today that Marylanders who want to can vole for the ' Dixiecrat" Presidential candidates. They'll have to write the names of eight electors on their ballots, however. BUT--SEEING AS Jou-Y PRUMES MUST BE AND YOU'LL HAVE TO PASS A UTTLE TEST/ Ton Guessed It, Juke RJ KNOW THE 1SLAMD CALLED SPANISH CHE? WHERE THE HOME-HAIRED M3UGOT I POCKET 15 TREASUQE.COCOA. ORN ^DU SHOWED GOOH.NVHATSTHE P1KH? PIUSCBLLA'S POP Ask Any Husband JL.-S: beczL: fnfr you'ft to think you .. __ - ^s^\ picked /'L ODR BOARDTXG HOCSE OUT OUR WAI (BOCK? GOSH, NOLJ'VH HULL Sll?fc O= Tff CO5RAL.' VOL) Be ^$P "S" SHV KWSPAPLRl iWSPAPLRl

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