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Frederick. Ml. T»«t4»r. JT«ly 27,1»48 Results In · Trico League C. Carey. U _ 4 Specht rf 4 Willard. p-c 3 Davis, ss -- 4 D. Carey. c-2b .,, 4 Kolb, 3b 4 Middletowo defeated Bruns-1 wick. 9 to «, in ite Valley Sunday i to keep pace with Damascus m . tbe heated Tri-County Leajuej Damascus rallied for three, in the ainth to defeat Crea- \ 9 to 6. ! Bwckeyestown walloped Walk- , goTibs' 1 1 3 0 0! 0 0 0 0 O 1 2 1 2 4 0 1 3 2 2 1 0 0 10 0 1 ; 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Mt. Airy Wins In 13th Frame Murray walked and scored fiorn J 0 third when Oden booted Garireil's Harrijwn, r f . 3 0 0 Haines. c 3 0 1 2 Brightwell, p .... 2 0 0 Totals 28 2 3 18 7 3 L:b«rty AB R. H. O. A. E. f t f c e . 2 b __., 4 2 2 2 3 1 ; ; j | Three Leaders | Still Winning County 4 0 drive Jn the thirteenth inning to 1 0 0 3 0 ,,_ - ss 0 If .. 3 1 .... 3 2 3^ 1 ^7 1 ^ Point Sunday. It »as the f:rst J?*^ 3o . J } ,_,,=,,.« los- for the pace-maker,. Getzandanner. p 3 2 , The three top teams in the Fred- eric ' s - County League maintained their winning ways Saturday but ft o r, o 0 0 0 0 Kesttlts Saturday Thurmont, 15; Union Bridge, 0 B. R, Summit, 6: Taneytown, 3 Middletown 11- Mt Airy. 1 Gibson Wins Sweepstakes Lesiievich Is Loser To Milk Andy Gibson, Country Club o f j London. July 26 OP3--Gus L*s- Maryland. won the golf pros" · nevich fell victim of one of th« n g.ve Mt Airy a 30 to 9 verdict over «s,r»,. i j i ; : » * s^ ss,^',, 1 ^ ps=r. n n n n ? Woodsboro was knocked out of. 0 0 0 0 1 fourth place - m f avor 0 £ Thurmont. ' Game* Next Saturday V/oodsooro scored five runs in i Damascus at Mt. Airy Damascus. 8; Woodsboro, 6 ' sweepstakes of the Catoctin Coun-! most sensational ring upsets in re- 1 12 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 6 0 2 1--K 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 -- 4 trawsfaurg. cf c£ 0 0 2 1 0 the first inning but went on to i Thurmont at Woodsboro 7 0 lose to the leading Damascus entry, · 3 to 6 at Woodsboro Easton held I Woodsboro in check after Luhn j was chased in the first. i Middletown swamped Mt. Airy. I l l 5 0 2 5 1 2 to run bis string of strikeout* to Three . base "hits--L "pori George! ot::i P !dCe - ,_ 86 for the season. H £^. e -,. Cooper Davis Sa"-- GrubD s homer w:th one on :n Branswick AB R H O A E ,,;_ Vs.^-Iw ^ v -»' i svv.. AT,- the second tied the score for Woodbine Deener, ss 6 Anders, 2b 6 Dixon. 3b B. Dawson. p Grams, cf 5 Cooper. If 5 Garrett, c 4 Lewis, rf 5 Bowers, lb _. 4 -Harsh 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 . . 3 2 2 1 0 0 11 to 1. and Thurmont handed' . 31 14 10 21 11 4 ^ nion Bridge an even more one- ; ffj^,!^? *" ,, » sided setback. 15 to 0. Blue Ridge -»»"«*«w»" - -Score By Innings I try Club here. Monday, with a! cent history tonight when he lost ! score of 69. one stroke "under par his world light heavyweight till* Ifor the local course. i t o Freddie Mills of Britain, a for- i isTM viot-c.i-0- uitt,^.*!.* -,,. ,,' · me r carnival plugger, who wa» Union Bridge at B R. Summit | a j£* j^lrn^e SdnSfe SS£". thou * ht " Wash * "*" » year a *°- I Middletown at Taneytown ) Martlnsburg C. C, we-e tied fo^ i A reco -'^ British crowd of 46.' l; ^.jtfc par 70 ' 000 rent the clear evening air ' " over White City Stadium when ! Teddy Waitham, the lone S tannin; of The Teams W. L. 9 5 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 ? Potts. 2, Reynolds. 3; Grefaan. 2. '-»* «« « " ' «»·«» £«·« I J H. Frve. 4: L. Frye. 2. Ambrose. 3. «itest R - ce f- d Garb 0 * W,!!*;,* 2 \V«od 1 Douh'.p olavs homers for Liberty and Al 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 2 Summit upset Taneytown, 6 to 3. in ' Damascus 0 3 5 th.rd decided the Summary: Earned runs--Wood- \fa rray ^b rber hit bine. 1' Liberty, 7. Left on bases r. ,_j«,,',-" _» e i l « · « · · J L * » * · * _ ^ rrt XJUIG^mr, Ci . .. . * A Al Mayne --Woodbine. 2. Liberty. 4. Two- 6 game at Taneytown -Woodsboro 5 A T o TT *~i a P* i Tsjicytown . ....... . 3 ./i~D. xx. jn. v/. j*» Jt^. _ . ,_ . . _. 5 2 1 1 2 0 ' ^ r!lon Bridge ° 2 2 0 0 , Mt - 0 2 3 4 5 6 6 10 Pct "' r-i^ Cr rf r ? S ^ 6 ^f- : Johnn ,% B _^ s£ - Referee Teddv Waitham, the lone S 900,Clifton Park. Baltimore 71: Mus official . Etrode qllicSdv a cross the . .711 . O Linger, Winchester (Ya) Country' rir , g and ilfie ^ M ,iis' K i O ve in ' .700-Club, 72: Al Houghton. Landover s: t oken of v , C r Orv af r er if -ounds enn i R«*av«»^ T^am 1^ f-* T^- A l T^mse-rt« " . . . .600 '. Beaver Dam C. C . 72: Al Jamison, rine ; Totals , Woodsboro Crum. cf White 2b R Hartman. c 2:35. Scorer--Grove. T» - H I T Heart Md. League Totals . , ~ ~ Middletown D. Rudy, If-ss Brandenburg, cf Stroup, c Keller, ss-p 4 Lutz, rf 4 Ohler, lb 3 0 _ 2 11 0 0 Horine, 2b 4 1 0 6 3 0 Shafer. 3 b 4 1 1 1 1 3 Horine. 2 b 4 1 0 6 3 1 Results Sunday JJ " ' Mt. Airv, 8; Broad Run. 3 0 ° Pickett's Corner. %: Thurmont. 2 " ^ MyersviHe. 6: New Windsor, 2 Florence. 9-23; Day, C 3 Games Nevt Sunday 6 0 ', Florence at Mt. Airy AB R. H. O A. E Broad Run at X. Windsor '. If ' Zimmerman. 3b. 1 0 2 1 · Smith, lb. 5 -- 2 3 8 0 0 HalSer. cf-rf 2 Oaen. rf-is 1 B Hartman. c£ Crum. rf. Remsberg. rf. 3 1 2 0 0 0 Shores, r f G 0 0 0 2 0 F!emlngi 3b 3 3 0 0 1 0 1 Du val. .vs 2 0 0 0 0 0 Davhoff . 2 b 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Crone, p Zeigler. If _.. 1 0 o o S.£ 1 "n°«? r i rf -P s 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 ! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Kehne. 2b-p. Totals 34 9 9 27 14 8 i Mur Phy. c ·Ran f o r Lewis i n 9th. ^uffVi^'n " 0 0 1 4 Score By Innlnt* ! Stauffer. p. - 0 0 1 4 Brunswick . . . 0 1 0 2 0 2 3 0 0 - 8 ' Barnck. ss-c£-2b. 2 1 1 Middletown . 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 x--9 ' Summary: Earned runs--Brunswick, 5; Middletown. 4. Left on 0 0 2 2 Totals 4 1 M t . Airv 0 Penn. 2D Brightwell. rf 54 9 - 1 2 - 3 8 16 2 Warfie!d cf AB R H O A E Mills. If 4 0 0 Murray. 3b 3 0 0 Gartrcll. c f 0 Butler, s 1 o Watkins lb -- Boone. H 5 2 2 2 2 0 Harrison . ,f. 2 b 3 4 2 0 0 Dixon. lb , Eichelberger, c 4 Ensor. c 4 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 12 0 0 Day at Thurmont 0 1 Picket's Cor at MyersviIIe 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , Standings Of The Teams 1 1 0 0 ~ Barrick. rf-ss . . 3 R. Trout, ss ... . 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 ! ; Kehne. 2b 2 - 1 0 0 Totals .. 41 9 13 24 13 6 McKenzie. rf Buckeystown Ab R H O A E Schcll. c t o S - B n l n ^ v T c k V 12V Middletown. i Stinkard. Ib-cf. 5 2 1 3 0 0 Day c-rf 4, Two base hits--Lewis, Shafer. | Keller. 3b. 4 3 2 2 2 0 M Morris, p Lutz. Ohler, 2. Home runs--|P- Ran'eb'ger, rf 6 4 4 2 6 ' Dawson, Bowers. Stolen bases-- Kelly. 2b. . 6 Haines. c Pickett, p 2 0 0 7 0 0 Fogle, 3b Gilbert, p 1 4 2 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 2 3 3 3 10 0 1 i Totals 3 0 0 0 2 0 . . Cramer, rf ° ^ MyersviHe I n l Broad Run . ... P Mt. Airy , Xew Windsor .. P'cketts Cor. . Dorsev 1 0 5 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 27 0 4 18 5 Liberty Rice. 2b AB R. H. O A. E i . Ramsburg ·*'"-H. Trout w. 8 8 S . 6 6 3 3 1 rVKJ V£%^A££.AW .. · A~f 3H.S. HIK £abr. · ·£ 11 T it. ,,- -- ^^ssjrsf Tr ~ c ° raw »v^.«5?-"surs: | « '^ Bethesda, .2. , L)uis - m Septernber for :he beavy . 000 Walter Bogley. Prince George's weis-ht crc^. n, with its lucrative JC. C. Landover. 74; George Diffen- rewards. .baugh. Kenwood C. C., Belhesda. ! 74; Ralph Beach. Suburban Coun- I try Club. Baltimore. 74: Walter dressing room. "I just i Romans. Baltimore C. C.. 75; John j* toi'g'"L" Allvtew Country Clvb,]"^'"^.^ , fce riag a j to 3 '^" r- Cs'^ -;i?^"-R" - svor te - " e t from the Srst round ,, ,, . \?" ^T SV ^^ on he bled heavilv from around Grove. Catocnn C. C. .6; j^.j, eves In the j- enth , ound tte Harry Grismer, Washington, 77. American was knocked down twice( | Ward Burgess. 78; C. T McMaster. for nine counts from roundhouse j Baltimore Woodholme C. C . 78. lefts to his jaw. 'Frank Tenney. Hillside C. C. 79: The Associated Press scorecard , Tommy Sullivan, \7oodholme C. C.. gave Lesnevich seven rounds. Mills i 34: Hugh McClellan. Edsjewood - Sve and had three even yet could ! Arsenal.--no--card: ^?b Williams, : S^d little fault with the verdict · ' Anna_po!is Naval Academy, no card." Mills seemed to have the greater 2 ~~!£J | Bill 'Clarke, Baltimore C. C, no" edge in the rounds he took and -'"' card- ' 2n:«hei in betrp- «:hsnp. 4 .66" 10 in better 667 . In the amateur sweepstake. P.' Lesnavich, the 33-year-old cam- ' ' 500 ; G. Johnson. Catoctin C. C, led a Pa«g«er from CHITside Pa-k. N. J.. . "333 ' field of 40 contestants, with a card , wh ? h ^ d held tne *- !lle since 1941. I " 3 00 · of 83-16-67. On.y six local ama- '· Pr °oaoly weakened himself consid- 090 · teur golfers were entered in the. er ? b! - v m mak!R g weight. 2 0 0 7 0 0 Nash 0 1 4 1 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 Repp. If-c Stroup. Brandenburg. Rudy. 2. Base on balls--Off--Dawson, 2; Crone. 2. Struck out--By Da-vson. 2; Crone. 4 5 1 4 0 , Totals 1 1 l 3 ° Garber. lb 3 Lewis. 3b 46 10 12 39 10 8 Cramer . 3b 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 0 1 2 7 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 . Totals 37 6 10 27 11 j *Batted for Fogle in 9th. j "Batted for Gilbert in 9th. j -"Batted for Crum in 9th. Soper. If. Strauman. cl-p R. Ran'eb'ger. rf. 6 4. Hit. by pitcher -- Crone by Daw- j Tobery, c. son. Winning pitcher -- Keller. Los- | Belcher. p. . .. ing pitcher Dawson. Hits -- Off -- | Snyder. lb ..... Crone 12 in 6 l i innings. Keller 0 1 in 2?i innings. Umpire -- Warren- ; Totals feltz. Time-- 2:15. Scorer-- "Bill' | Score Adams. j Walkersvilte Damascus "Williams, R, Burdette G. Watkins, Clin Johnson 6 3 3 2 0 0 'Two o u t when winning r u n scored g m jj n ' p 6 - 3 0 8 0 1 Score By Innings Strawsburfi. cf 0 2 0 0 2 p { R oc ks 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 9 Myers, rf 8 ! °' Mt Airv 0 0 2 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 I--10 : 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 o i o;: 0 0 0 Score By Innings u s 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 '. Woodsboro 50 0 0 0 1 0 0 0--6 S (Boston Plavingi JHot Ball Ga competition. Lowest visiting golf-i ers. tied with net 63. were: C. Grim, i i Winchester. Va : E. H. Cue. Rolling ' * scraped in at 174% ' ' heavy-browed clubber, sucker punch on ; and American never recover- I Other amateurs who equalled par · ed h:s composure, although he ral- i or better, and received nortions of: j; e d stoutlv in the conflict's later ! the prize monev. %vere: C. Lindsay.' sta New York. July 26 -^P--^The job ; Hillsdale C. C.. 69. J. WUhelm · -. .. . . . Summary: Earned_ runs--Woods- '. o r cooling off the rampaging Bos- . Hillsdale. 69: Dick M-lbourne. 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 9 0 n o n 1 n ounin:ai. r^iiicu luiia--..uwi-.ot cooling 0:1 me rampaging cos-. Hillsdale. 69- Di"k MUbourne * ~ _ u « __ _ boro 6: Damascus 6 Left on bases-- j ton Red Sox is up to the Western · Beaver Dam C C 61- Sam Te^a- " Crude Petroleum and natural Woodsboro 5: Damascus 11. Two- ; teams of the American League. i Suburban C C 70 " gas suppiy a^ost 30 per cent of :y Innings base hits--Murrav. Burdette. Wil- ' Manager Joe McCarthv takes his \ ". ' ' . the energy used by the world's en- Summary Earned runs--Point of _ Score By 0 , Rocks. 3. Mt. Airy. 4. Two-base \v"oodbine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 Hams. Easton. Watkins, Gartrell. · blistering wrecking crew into Det-; hits--H McCutcheon. 2. A. Hart- T .,,,,,,,, rr-t. « _ _ . _ » _ ; . _ »I" * « · _ , *-* ik "- V - the I nro-amateur sweepstakes, won bv ' 0 0 0 2 0 3 x--5 Zimmerman. Easton. p 1 Hines. c-3b . 4 H. Burdette. If . 4 Moxley, lb . 4 ** ^ *. v « 1 0 1 0 2 0 ; bases -- Wisner. 2. Crum. 2: Keller. ; McCutcheon. 2 Left on ba=;es -- Mt 0 0 3 2 o|2: Kelly, P. Ranneberger, 1: Strail- Airy 8. Point of Rocks. 13. Um- Fredcrick 0 1 2 0 O J r o a n . 3; Soper. 1. Base on balls--; pire--Miller. Scorer--J. Lambert. Marendt cf 1 2 10 0 1 Off Stauffer. 0: Bemsbcrg. 1. Strai!-. Time--2:45. i 1 man. 0: Colliflower. l; Kehne. 1; AB. R. H. O. A E. fler. Time--2-15. Totals . 38 9 9 27 13 3 Belcher. 3. Struck out--By Stauf- . Creagerstown AB. R. H. O. A. E i fcr. 3. Remsberg. 0: Colliflouer. 2., Woodsboro R Trout. 3b. Fleischman. ss. AB R H O A E · Norwood. 2b. 4 2 2 0 0 o! Kehne. 1; Belcher. 1; Straiiman. 7 | Fhckinger. cf. E. Lare. 2b 1!! 3 1 0 2 1 O j Losing pitcher -- Remsberg.' 1. j *f J r .?? ut - lb ' G. Lare, cf 4 2 2 3 0 0 1 Winning pitcher Straiiman. Hits-- \ Eichelbcrger. c. 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 R Gioff. lb. 0 H. Groff. c. ' 5 3 4 1 4 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 1 13 2 5 1 o o | Tri-County League M 1 0 | Results Sunday 1 0 j Middletoxvn. 9; Brunswick. 8. 0 j Lovettsville. 17; Doubs. 4. . Winchester. 63 the Prize money paid off to pairs, .500 carding net 65 or better. These in- the I eluded John Bass and Joe Vaeth ', Cleveland.; Clifton Park. ' Baltimore. 65: Al · bad. i -Tamisoi and M. Whittlesby. Quan. lost j tico. 65: Al Houghton and Frad j nine in the West with only the j Chimson. Landover. 65: Charles I ! tail-end Chicago White Sox hold- j Basser. present Maryland State j 'ing an edge. The Palehose uon open rhamcion . a n d E. H. Gue. Ca-1 three out of five encounters from tonsville. 65; Walter Ronans and i the Red Sox in Corr.iskey Park. B;U Wasner. Baltimore C. C.. 65: The Sox. who came out of no- , M Koushton and Dick MObourne. , J. Stockman. 3b. 3 0 2 1 0 0 ' Wiles, p . ll P. Kolb, rs 5 0 E. Long, 3b . -- 4 0 F. Long, rf 5 0 Byrnes, - _ 2 Sayler. 1 Shaffer, b 4 2 3 4 2 O.I Belcher. 2 in '3 inning, off j 1 1 I Straiiman. 10 in 8--i innings, off 1 9 9! Stauffer. 9 in 4S innings: Rems-' 5 in 1=3 iftnings. off Colli! 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 Toms. 2h. Hahn. rf. Dorsev. If. Powell ss. 4 0 0 1 0 0 , Schindel. If 3 0 Powell, rf 3 . . . 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ! ville. 9. fl OW er. 6 in 1 inning: Kehne. 1 in 1 0 1 JO 1 1 ; _ M piummer. Time--2-45. Elower. ? 4 1 1 1 2 0 j mning . Umpire--Lambert. Scorer Totals . 36 6 10 27 10 4 j Damascus^" * XfSS* 0 0 3-9 j Md ' St(lte B ' B ' Le °^ Creagerstown 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1--6 Resu ,ts Sunday Summary: Left on bases--Da- New Market. 7: Frederick. 4 mascus. 5; Creagerstown. 9 Two- j .j jt Airv 10- Pt of Rocks 9 base hits--Cline. Moxley. P. Kolb. | ij ams vine.' f ' Woodsboro. 2 Plumer. G. Lare. Sacrifice hits--; Liberty 1^5- Woodbine 2-0 Plumer. R. Burdette. Stolen bases, . 13 ; nr .. nc , s T T.,r-^ A ff. ·· n xx-=*i.-;r.«. , ° 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 0 ' 2 o r Totals 33 4 5 24 13 1 2 o Xew I al "fcct AB. R. H. O. «A. where and grabbed the lead dur- . L anc iover 65- Cave Hen^ry 3 ,, _ _ i ing their 'ast home stand, won 15 ! { ; n h . ,, amascus. 9; Creagerstown. 6 , t f 16 mes at Fe . wa} . Park J^ETM- ~ Buckevstown, 18; Walkers- durin the f r stand to boost their toctoi. 66 ' at home record to 35 wins and 16 . *h? combined Sela of profes-1 defeats, a .636 pace. sionals and amateurs, numbered oO Connie Mack's Athletics open Ramsburg. ss. Totals . 0 0 0 0 0 ' A - Burgee. 3b. 1 0 0 1 1 0 , K - Burgee, c. 5 0 2 0 5 1 2 14 Games Wednesday McCurdy Field Doubs at Damascus 0 j Brunswick at Lovettsville 0 0 i R. Stockman. 2b. 4 1 1 If. --R. Burdette. 2: G. Watkins Doufae plays--P. Kolb to Shaffer. ! Games Next Sunday Easton to Johnson to Moxley. Base , Mt Airy at Woodsboro on balls--Off Burdette. 3; Easton. Ijamsville at Pt of Rocks I; Blower. 1. Struck out--By Bur- ; Liberty at New Market dette. 2; Easton. 3: Elower. 3. \ Frederick at Woodbine Winning pitcher -- R. Burdette. j Hits--Off Easton. 2 in 2=3 innings: Standing Of The Teams off R. Burdette. 8 in 6^-s innings, i W. L. Umpire -- Shook. Time -- 2.00. Pt of Rocks 11 1 Scorer--Haney. Liberty . 10 2 t Ijamsville 7 D iovettsville AB. R. H. O. A E ' New Market 6 6 Fleming, rf 4 I I 0 0 0 1 Mt. Airy 5 Bowers, rf Ramsburg. ss. Waencr. 3b. Oland. If Staler. 2b Grubbs. lb Moss c Castle, p Holland, c "56 ' 7 "M 7 0 AB R~ H. O. A. E. i HiWcbrand, lb- 4 0 0 5 0 0 Mayne. p . 4 0 0 0 0 0 pa ? e - ss 3 1 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 1 4 1 1 4 I 1 3 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 . rf J- Burall. cf. . 2 0 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 j Games Next Sunday ; Creagerstown at Lox-ettsville { Middletown at Damascus Walkersville at Brunswick Doubs at Buckeystov.-n 4 2 2 0 Totals 34 7 12 27 Score By. Innings 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 ! Damascus ^ 2 , Middletown .. against the third place Inc-ians in Cleveland. The A's have a good road record, having v.-on 28 and [lost 14 away from Sh;be Park. On the other hand, the Indians have fared poorly ^^ home, splitting 40 games. 17 " 13 0 1 score ry. imuiiss j Lovettsville . 10 1 0 1 4 1 0 f red'k 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0--4 j Brunswick 8 3 0 2 1 4 1 ' Xew Market 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 x--7 j Walkersville 1 0 0 1 0 0 Summary Left on bases. Fred'k. i Doubs _1 . . 5: New Market 8. Twe-base hits: , Buckeystown Xotals 3" 5 10 "7 1° 3 1Iavne - Page. Burall, Wiles. R- , Creagerstown ' Batted" for Powell" m 6th." " Stockman McCain. 2 Three-base j Score By famines hits: « G TM ff - JJ Groff. K Bur- , CoUJltV Softball Woodsboro 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 2 Sfc. Sacrifice hitsjMayne. Jouble , Pet. Ijamsville 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 x--5 P la vs Page-R. Jfcckman-Hilde- ResHlts Sunday Standing Of The Teams W. L. 13 3 13 3 6 6 8 10 13 12 to cornoete on the Catoctin Coun- ! try Club course. The local course; was in fair shape for the tourna- · ment A moderate southerly' breeze made the going sporty. Play | started at 10:30 a. m. and cor.tinu-; ed to early du?k. v.-hen the host 916 Summary. Earned runs. Woods- brand. H. Groff- 833 boro. 1. Ijamsville. 5. Left on balls--Off Mayne. 4: Wiles. 3. , rod. Base on Ballenger. 3-2: Harmony. 1-1 .583 bases- Wood.boro. T': IjamsviHc. 5 Struck out-By Mayne 14: Wiles. Poits. c f 4 1 1 Mentzer. If _ 3 0 0 Cooper. 2 b 6 1 2 0 1 Reynolds, s s 4 3 1 1 Grehan. c 6 3 1 11 H. Frye. lb Eyier. 3b 1 0 0 : Frederick .500 iwo-base hits Flic-Kinder. Dorsey. 4. Passed balls: H. Groff. K. Bur- i Oland. 2 Home runs Grubbs. Sac- ' P e : Fleischman. j Eagles. 10-5: Pt. of Rocks. 1-1 Moose. 5-4: Jefferson, 4-5 Catoctin idle 0 0 0 Woodsboro 0 ' Woodbine o; 0 ! 4 3 3 10 0 0 I 927 POLIO CASES · 1 1 0 0 1 · Raleigh. X. C. July 26 Ambrose, p 3 1 1 1 2 0 ' North Carolina's record polio epi: J. Potts, rf 1 Danner, If 1 E. George, li 1 L. Frve. 3fa I 0 0 1 0 0 demic. t h e nation's wors* this year. SJruck out--By Dixon. 1: Castle. 5. Passed balls- Moss Wild pitches- L XUXCH OFFENSIVE I .rasllc Umoire- S:rme Tune. 205 Athens. July 26 ,:pu-Greek ! troops jumped off this morning, in ; a drive that may be the final push | Eagles at Jefferson. Moose idle "**~7" Scorer D. Molan. First Game Totals Doobs R. Cook, lb 1 1 2 0 0 ! soared to 927 cases today. · Woodbine 1 1 0 0 0 1 The State Board of Health repor- . Snapp. lb 1 1 0 2 0 - ted 43 new cases Greene and · Fleming. 3b Macon counties both reported their i Dux - a!. AB R H O A. E n tne 40 17 14 27 9 1 first case Dayhoff. "b 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 0 " 0 0 9 0 0 campaign. Standing: Of The Teams (Second Half" W. L. Grammos mountain | Ballenger 2 0 2 0 2 1 Tivo full divisions and elements AB. R. H. O. A E To date, the Board has reported _ Warf:e:d. cf 3 0 0 5 0 0 i 51 deaths for the year j Mii'.s If 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 3 1 of tv.-o more began new assaults 1 1 0 against guerrilla forces o f Markos 0 0 Vafiadcs on both the eastern and 0 0 western fronts of Northern Greece. | Eagles Moose Jefferson Catoctin Pt. of Rocks Harmonv 1 1 0 0 0 ! The New York Yankees, who j pro. "Hunce" Grove, brousht up ] along with the Indians are only | the rearguard of the night-riders, j _ a game-and-a-half behind the Red j i Pet. ; Sox. onen their next to last march I __ - , . _ . . , . I .813 ! through the West in St. Louis. The ! J** new Mt ^aiomar telescope , .8131 World Champions have divided 40 , e ^ end f.. ma ? s . ; an " e o£ vlslon b 'i -625 i previous decisions on the road. j ^00 nuluon ugnt years. , .5-1 | Meanxvhile, the National Leag-| .457 j ue's Western clubs. St Louis. Chi- I .333 ! cago. Pittsburgh and Cincinnati | .1871 will be making their next to last .144 ; journey through the East. | The Cardinals, v.-ho are tied xvith j the Dodgers for second place, five I games behind the front-running l Boston Brax-es. open a_ three game · series at Brooklyn's Zbbets Field ', tomorroxv. The Cards have played .500 ball av.-ay from home so far v. hile the Dodgers have gix-en their fans little to cheer about, having won 13 and lost 23 at Ebbets Field. I Pittsburgh's Pirates invade the lair of the Braves. The Braves i hax-e played at a .550 pace in | Braves Field. The Pirates have i played below .500 axvay from | Forbes Field xx-inning 17 out of; ; 35 decisions^ Other games tornorrov.- find i- 000 , Cincinnati at Nexv York and Chi- 1000 ( Ca g 0 a t Philadelphia in the Nat- .500 =onal League and Washington at .500 Chicago in the American. All .000 games are night tilts xvith the .000 ( exception of the Card-Dodger .000 i game. Tennis Rackets · Wright Ditson · Spaldlng · MacGregor · Bancroft Can of 3 IV D or Si/aiomg Balls with each racket this week Badminton Sets S4.69 complete Spalding Shuttlecocks 50c ea., 3 for S1.25 SHIPLEY'S Sport Store 103-105 N. Market St. . Louis Is Ranked Eighth Among Heavyweight Champions By HAKRY GRAYSON , NEA Sports Editor · Nexv York--No\v that Joe Louis has retired, what is the long-time · Brown Bomber's place in ring his- ' tory? This will surprise a lot of people, but Billy Roche, the man best qcalrued to speak, ranks Louis eighth asnoag heavyweight champions. Roche, one of the greatest of referees and z famous manager snd promoter ao-sr SO, lists them in this order: No. I--John L. Sullivan No 2--James J. Jeffries j No. 3--Bob FiizsimmoRs No. 4--Jack Johnson No. 5--James J. Corbett j No. 6--Geae Tunney j No. 7--Jack Deiapsey 1 No 8--Joe Louis ! "The others," says Roche, "were' not _vrorth classification, although i several heavyweights xxho did · not hold the title are richly entitled to consideration All they required was the opportunity. ' Sam Langford was the most glaring example. '·Unforiunately fighters generally are remembered as they were in the sere and yellow of their careers, but the Sullivan whom I place at the top was a trim Roxbury. Mass-, boilenr.aker standing 5 feet 10'i inches and weighing jast under 190 pounds. ""Fighters were 'brought from all parts of the world to tackle Sullivan, and none could stay four rounds, and when he was an old man and »11 through, it took the young and remarkably swift and nkillful Jim Corbett 21 rounds to knock him out. "Sullivtm introduced the one- WE'VE GOT THE NEW LOW-PRESSURE TIRE * That you've heard about... * That car manufacturers demand... * That gives new and old cars alike A NEW KIND OF R/DE, 1 . John L. Sullivan tvv-o. the jab foHoived by the straight right. He was the first to knock out opponents by h:U:ns them on the point of the chin Until he carne along fighters aimed for the temple, a point back of the ear and the eyes. "Jeffries wouldn't have been hurt had he been struck by a runaway locomotive. He was the biggest man in all ways that i ever saw, was unbeatable once Tommy Ryan put h«m in the crouch for the first fight with Fitzsimmons, and developed t h e ' jibboom left i "Fitz. the freak, was the crafti- , est ox all, hit like a pile-driver. J James J. Jeffries Bob Fitzsimmons Jack Johnson James J. Corbett Gene Tunney Jack Deir.psey Joe Louis ' Johnson had the self-preserva- t.on :nst:nc: of a tiger. \\ss a pa»t master on defence, but v.oyld not lead ' Corbet* \va«: the acme of clex'- erness, a veritable big wi!l-o'-:he- \\ifp." Koche rating Tunney ahead of Dempscy w i l l also shock the bulk of the more moderns, but the ring's elder statesmap points out that the Manassa Man Mauler w a s easily hit. calls the Manly Marine the brainiest man who ever sidled through the hemp. "Tunney did as much darrage \ v i t h an uppish left jab as anyone who ever came down, the pike," sa s Roche. ' and cou!d whack real good with tne right, too. He illustrated how wcil he could take it when he climbed out of the resm m Chicago after taking Dempsey's best shots. ' LOULS had as fast a pair of hands as ever swung from a heavyweight's shouluers. But he couldn't answer the first question. He couldn't take it. He had a bad jaw and wds highly susceptible about the temples His stance was poor, as Jack Johnson said. He was easily knocked down. And in the first Schmel- mg f i g h t he shov.ed that he didn't like the rough going. His ability was magnified by lack of real competition." Son of a well-known New York stakeholder, backer, trainer and second. Roche has been closely identified with boxing since he was a youngster. He dates back to the three jacks-- John L. Sullivan, the original Dempsey and Mc- Auhffe, He managed Mysterious Billy Smith and Elbows McFadden. When James W. Coffroth broke in as a promoter following the turn of the century. Roche went to San Francisco with Big Jim Kennedy, New York's Tex Rickard of the period to make matches and generally got Sunshine Jim off on the right foot. There Roche added to h:s reputation as a referee. be:ng the tnird man in the more spectacular 45-round matche^ in F:st:ana"s golden days in the golden west As director of boxing for the Knights of Columbus in France and Germany during and after "World War I. Roche had a hand in the development of Tunney. He conducted boxing in New York armories, helped legalize the game in New York. 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