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PAGE TWO PLAWSBURGH DAILY PRESS SAT., SEPT. 24, 1932 Baseball Scores (By The Associated' Propsi American League New York 3; Boston u Phirphia 8; Washington 4 Di-troit C-12: SI. Lcuis 2-0 Cleveland 13; Chicago 0 National League St. Louis 8; Pittsburgh i Others not scheduled. Figures compiled by the bureau of census show that the construc- tion industry in the United States during 1929 spent nearly $2,500,- 000,020 for materials. FOODS ¥-:i,^:.i i •mm • Mii.-i/:^/' : •••••:x>.--:\:<;:- Day after day our foods are consistent- ly finer in quality and lower in price. Why shop around when it's all to your ) .advantage to trade here. ; Sheffield Milk ..3 Igst. cans 17c Salad Shrimp ,reg. size 10c Gold Medal Flour . .. .24 1 / 2 sack 77c . Davis Baking Powder . . . .lg. can 18c . New Process Chinaware Oats . . .23c • Grade A Eggs all white doz. 30c Sugar 10 lbs. 47c Cocoanut Macaroons Ik. 29c Butter 2 lbs. 47c French Hard Rolls doz. 20c Chocolate Eclairs doz. 60c Choice Elberta Peaches .bushel $1.40 SPECIAL VALUES Lamb Legs ... 1b. 21c Sirloin and Porherhouse Steak 1b. 25c Loin End Pork Roast ft. 15c Boneless Pot Roast Beef ft. 15c Fresh Pork Hams, % or whole ft 15c _._ Shoulder.Veal Rout ..ft. 12y 2 c-15c Round Steak lb. 18c Roasting Chickens 90 fi ••*\ ' pound C ° W t HAMBURG P fts 25C Fresh Ground™ fcw We give IJA'fyL Green Stamps BOURDEAU'S THE MODERN MARKET Phone 785 2-4 Montcalm Ave. 1 \FRANKIE RAYMONDDAYIO BE OBSERVED HERE ON SUNDAY Guy's Ball Club to Meet Barber Supply Company and Twilight Stars in Twin Bill on Fair Grounds Diamond-First Game 1:30 P. M. ~~ INAUGURATION OF 1932 GRID SEASON TODAY Schmeling-Walker Bout Monday Night Will Not Go On Air P. H. S. Eleven Battles! Powerful Alumni Squad This Afternoon A baseball bill, so hot that a cou- ple of fire engines will probably be stationed at straiegetic points near the diamond will provide fast Sun- day ball in the big doubleheader for \Frankie Raymond Day\ tomor- row The doubleheader will probably wind up the 1932 baseball season in Platsburgh and the scene of the ! encounters is the Fair Grounds dia- mond. | j The first game which starts at 1:30 o'clock will feature the Bar- ber Supply Company's fast club with \Maddy\ Maddox, star twirler of the 26th Infantry regimental team flinging against \Oannonball Dick\ Deo of Guy's hurling staff. In the second game Bill Carr's Twilight Stars with either Rice the \D. Sc H. Limited\ or Ed. Cusson j Hurling against Long Lawrence ', afc ^ o , olook ^ ^.^ wm Lucy, Guy's veteran right hander. ' - - The entire proceeds of the double I header will be presented to Prankie | Raymond, former star southpaw pitcher of this city, who has been ill for over a year. Raymond until his sickness was regarded as one of the best left banders in northern New York and has three no-hit and no-run games to his credit. While Guy's will probably lineup with Deo pitching and Dandrow re- ceiving him, Duquette, Roach, Clu- key ,Moses, LaBombard, Ladd and Burney against the Barber Supply There positively will be no radio broadcast of Monday night's Schmelingr-Walker fight at the new Madison Square Gar- den Bowl at Long Island. W. F. Carey, president of the Gar- den corporation, has issued the following statement: \In deference to the request of the Millr Fund officials who are our partners in the Max Schmeling-Walkcr contest Mon- day night, we have agreed with the Milk Fund that the contest shall not be broadcast. •Vy. F. CAREY, President Madison Sq. Garden.\ •'-—\\\\-- KRUPP ALL-STARS CARDINALS DEFEAT AT ROUSES POINTl PITTSBURGH 8 TO 4 The Krupp All-Stars of St. Albans Vt., appear against the Texaco; Stars at Rouses Point tomorrow, afternoon at three o'clock. The All- Stars are a picked group of Ver-; mont baseball players headed by { jone of the most powerful batteries j in the state, Cook and O'Neill. I The Texaco Stars are primed to overcome the big guns boasted by ST. LOUIS, Sept. 23 UP) —The world champion St. Louis Cardin- als tightened their hold on sixth place in the National League by smashing out an 8 to 4 victory ov- er the Pittsburgh Pirates today as they opened the final series of the 1932 season. The victory came on the heels of the Cards' clPin sweep of the Plattsburgh High School today emerges from its football rest and this afternoon engages one of the most powerful Alumni elevens ever by the Football Don'ts Company's lineup of Maddox pitch- ing and Wood catching, McLamore, J. Ryan, Fitzgerald, Arroya, Pro- terra, W. Ryan and C. Repas, in the opener Reserves include, Quinn, be whistled for by the referee and' an hour of good old gridiron war- I fare in which stars of the past and I present will mingle for the benefit of the large crowd which is expect- ed to pack the sidelines. Heading the list of graduates who have banded together for the bout with the 1932 varsity squad is How- ard \Duke\ Duquette, undoubtedly the greatest back produced at the Orange and Black domain. Du- quette will play in the position thru which he thrilled hundreds of Plattsburgh fans a few years ago— quarterback—and will occupy the backfleld with Eddie Welch fleet half; Dick Williams left half and Melvin Brandstetter fullback. In the line will appear Tippy Conroy' Martin, Lenaghen, Rooney .Graves. and Don Le naghen cnd; Earl Deni . Guy's will then send Lucy to the mound with LaBombard receiving while the Twilight Stars will lineup with Duffany catching either Rice Cusson, Marshall, Buska, Street, Ma loney, E. Provost, Twining and Parker. The advance sale of tickets in- dicate that there will be an un- usually large audience to witness the twin bill .which rings down the curtain on the present campaign. H. S. ATHLETIC ASS'N ELECTED PRESIDENT core and Bud Moras tackles; Her- man Riel and Bud Mooney guards and Walt Par':e, center. Reserves include a capable array of extraor- dinary talent in Clem Warn, Man- ley A. Walker, Al Dubuque, Carl Lewis, Dick Deo, Burleigh Todd and Maynall Learned. Just who Coach Horace Davies will start against the Alumni in an effort to repeat previous victories, will not be known until shortly be~ fore the game. governor of the federal reserve board, on a charge of \using the mails to defraud.\ NEW YORK, Sept. 23 UP) —The | Mountain. Associated Press presents the fol- j lowing list of \don'ts\ for football ! fans witnessing tomorrow's open- j ers. I 1—If your favorite halfback j gets away on a long run, but slips and falls Just when it looks like a certain touchdown, don't draw a bead on the official who blows his whistle and stops the young man's wild career right thei-e. It's one of the new rules. 2—If the subs seem to flow in more freely than ever, slowing up things and threatening you with a cold super, don't think you have stumbled in on a practice scrim- mage, where anything goes. The coach can sub a man every quar- ter now, twice as often as before. 3—If the linesman you cdmlrsd so greatly last season for the clev- er way he had of smacking an opponent on the back of the head, gets fined 15 yards for doing the same thing this year, don't blame] the official. The player can't do that any more; must keep his I arms stiff and shove the other fel low down, unless he can prove the j ether and vastly more efficient lick merely was intended to get his] rival out of the way, not punish him. It's a boon to centers. 4—If you wonder wliy they have abandoned that \flying wedge\ that used to thril lyou on the kick off, don't think the coach is pass- ing up a bet. Five members of the receiving team must remain in front of the 45 yard line under the [ new regulation, making it next to impossible to \gang up\ around the ball carrier, 5—If on the kickoff some husky the Vermont club and will pit either, three-game Cincinnati series ear- Lefty Cummings or- \Cannonball j lier in the week, but with pennant Dick\ Erving against the \school hopes long faded, the winning boy wonder.\ Tommy Weatherwax streak failed to arouse much en- or \Tape\ Dragoon will receive the| th.ds.lasm here, as evidenced by' Rouses Point pitching selection. I only 500 paid admissions for to-» The whirlwind spurt of the Stars I day's contest. is increasing their claims to anyj p. Waner of the Pirates set a championship! new National League record to- __ bringing his total of two- shackled and they may bacK their in Boston Klein in 1930 with 59 doubles. Wa- ner lied the record yesterday and total kneoked out his 60th and 61st doubles. The Major League reccrd for dor.blcs is 07, made 1931 by Earl Webb of the Americans. Paul Derringer allowed the Pi- rates 10 hits, to eight given by two Pittsburgh hurlers, but the Cardinals blows were more time- ly. 000 000 400—4 10 1 Pittsburgh St. Louis 001 310 30X—8 8 2 Brame and Finney; Derringer and DeLancey. P. northern New York championship n(?w which may be floating around un- day in The United States bought food- stuffs valued at $176,036,000 from South America in 1931. claims by triumphs in their series' lering the with Guy's of Plattsburgh, the 26th' A survey by the Ohio highway base hits for the season to 01, bet system revealed 2,078 obsolete and mark set by Chuck narrow bridges. Infantry, AuSable Forks and Lyon i jtlttittttttltitttttttttttttttttftttttttttttFttnitTttttti NEW TYPE AIRCRAFT VAN NUYS, Cal. OT—A new type g dirigible model built by Thad Rose |f is designed to dock under its own power without the assistance of a § ground crew or loss of ballast. grabs the ball and sends a drop- kick soaring down the field don't think he is trying to grab a quick three points with a field goal. It's a legal kickoff now. G—And. if the players 'ook not so slim and lithesome as of yore, don't think they have been diet- ing. It's the new equipment, with more padding about the knees and hips and elbows and shoulders, de- signed to cut down the list of in- juries. Frankie Raymond Day Tomorrow---SUNDAY Doubleheader Baseball GUY'S BALL CLUB BARBER SUPPLY CO, and TWILIGHT STARS FAIR GROUNDS DIAMOND 1st Game at 1:30 ADMISSION 40c At a meeting of the Plattsburgh High School Athletic Association, Joseph Proterra was elected presi- dent and Miss Marjorie Dailey was chosen vice president. A secretary and treasurer will be elected Mon day. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 W>) — The justice department today ob- tained dismissal of an indictment returned in 1929 against Daniel R. Crissinger of Marion, Ohio, form- er comptroller of the currency and Hart, Schaffner <Sf Marx J Clothes give you 72 of the Bench Tailorfed details found in $65 to $75 Suits last Spring. ;f Now Moderately Priced at $25 to $35 Handwork, BencB Tailoring has always * been the best tailoring, soft, easy, comfort- l ,1 able — but it's always ben costly. £ j Now you ca'n have 5t for the price of or- ' ' dinary Clothes. /1* i Some saving! and some quality! \See our New f Mallory Hats\ for Fall $3.50 and $5 / Other Well Known Tailored Clothes Such as \lVottinghiim\ $ 18 to $25 to a ° the \\ v The Fit-Rite Shop Mr. George Bradley »; of , The Custom Service Stall at FASHION PARK ? will be here MONDAY & TUESDAY I September 26th and 27th He is a skilled utter with a reputation for giving satisfaction to men diflicult to fit . . Come in ana select an exclusive pattern for yoursell from a large assortment of tne newest woolens . . . He will take your measurements tor clothes to be tailored to your individual preferences . . . TKM is a real opportunity to have an expert wait on you—and to make a substantial saving on a Custom suit THE FASHION SHOP Brando Clothing Co., Inc. Grand Union Imports, Roast Blends its own coSee BERMA COFFEE The Finest of All CoSees 29° 1 IK Triple Sealed tins COFFEE of Santos and Bogota that has pleasantly surprised thousands by its excellence at low cost EARLY MORN— A delicious blend Darma uarma lb. AJ% COFFEE ZO C Retulation Silt Football with each puichats Johnson's Mile© Malt lib. tin 39c SUGAR 10 lbs. 2 Fi echpak CATSUP PEANUT BUTTER bts. Z tb. jar 25c 25c Freshpak rreshpak jm mt COFFEE Z5 e lib. Triple Sealed tin Freshpak Yellow Cling PEACHES 25' Evap.Milks«i.c, KIRKMAN'S Borax Soap KIRKMAN'S Soap Chips ™5c naw Puritan Malt •£? 49« Ivory Soap -£}• 5« Camay Soap t» 5* Chipto 'JE 17« FREE SILVER CLEANING PLATE with each purchaM Oakite z **.. 250 Leg of Lamb Genuine Spring lb. 19c Pork Steak Shoulder Cuts 2•* 29c LAMB Roast or Stew lb. Fresh PORK SHOULDERS lb. 10* ROUND STEAK All Western Beef lb. 27' DAISY HAMS 2 lb. avg. lb. 21' Fresh Sweet New York State Concord GRAPES bskt 10c Luscious Firm Red Tokay GRAPES 3 lbs. 29c Large Fresh Sound Green PEPPERS doz. 19c Fresh Clean White SWEET POTATOES 5 lbs. lie Fresh White CAULIFLOWER each 20c SPECIAL OFFER TO DAY ONLY AT ALL GRAND UNION STORES in Plattsburgh!! FANCY BUTTER SCOTCH Black Walnut and Chocolate Cookies 3 F oon MARKETS GRAND UNION W^^ r n 11 M n r n I « 7 ? • ' FOUNDED 1872 FOOD MARKETS

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