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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1962 COLLEGE PARK -- JOE PROKSA, WHO TAKES over as Mel Henry's basketball successor at Hagevstown's North High, is the same Joe who played the cage sport for the North End Social and Athletic Club before World War II. Proksa, along- with such Pittsburgh area stars as Freddie Crum, Moe Becker, Walt Miller and Hank Evanoski, scored a hit on several visits here to play local teams. And when the N o r t h End club had trouble lining up a representative aggrega- tion to meet touring teams, the Pittsburgh cagers said they would be glad to play here as a u n i t . They met some of the top road clubs in the country and one of their most cherished victories came at the expense of the world- famous Harlem Globetrotters on t h e SS. Peler and Paul court. Proksa, who formerly coached at Coatesville, Pa., giving up the post in 1950, had been teaching driver-education in Hagerstcnvn. And when Henry quit his football and basketball posts at North, Proksa decided he'd like to give the court job an- other fling. He applied for the Hub position and got it. Joe was no stranger when he went to Hagers- town in 1954 from Coatesville. He and the other Pittsburghers used to play on Sunday afternoons in the Hub City under the banner of the Conoco Oilers, then hop over the mountains into Cumber- land to meet the same touring team here at night. Henry, incidentally, was the only Cumber-lander in the lineup of the North End club at the time. A 1938 graduate of Penn State, Proksa recalls vividly the battle here with the Globetrotters. In 1940. he and the aforementioned stars from the Pittsburgh area played in the World Pro Tourna- ment in Chicago as the Conoco Oilers. They drew the Globetrotters in the first round and lost by only four points. Several -weeks later the Trotters beat the Oilers in Hagerstown. But that night, when the teams moved to Cumberland, Proksa and Company, playing as the North End Club," got even with the Harlem hotshots. Another day Proksa cannot forget about his playing days was December 7, 1941. The players had finished their game in Hagerstown and were heading to Cumberland when they learned the news of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. "As you can imagine, we didn't have our hearts in the game that night," Joe declared. Joe served in the Navy during World War II. DARLINGTON (S. C.) RACEWAY has come up with another "first" during the Southern 500 time trials. It is a bowling match and exhibition by the world-champion Falstaffs, scheduled to be held on the historic finish line of the Raceway on Thursday, August 30. The Falstaffs, captained by Billy Welu, former all-star champion, will bring a team chosen from champions Harry Smith, Dick Hoover, Glenn Allison, Al Savas and Ronnie Gaudern. Known as "The Falstaffs" the team has won practically every major bowling title in competition. Their program at the 500 time trials will include trick shots, a team match and enter- tainmenl on a specially-constructed Brunswick lane prepared for this exhibition. This will mark the first time ever for a five-man team to appear in an outdoor match and the first bowling construction at a major raceway oval. Hoover, the one-time boy wonder, is the only man to win two ABC Masters crowns back-to-back, and Allison, a current Ail-American team member, are reigning ABC Classic Division Doubles cham- pions. The Falstaffs annexed ABC team titles in 1956 and 1958 and BPAA five-man match crowns in 1957-8 and 1960-61 seasons. The show will include an aerial exhibition at the close of the Thursday time trials and will be followed by a banquet in which the bowlers will host all former Darlington winners and press. House Keeps Swim Crown CHICAGO (UPI) -- Carolyn House, a pretty platinum blonc teen-ager from Los Angeles, al- ready has achieved one ambition, but she'll have to wait a couple of days to get another. Miss House, a 16-year-old high school senior, grabbed the AAU senior women's swimming cham- pionship Thursday for the third straight year. She was limed in 18:44.0 for the 30 laps of the 50-meter Olym- pic pool, clipping more than 18 seconds off the old mark. The previous record was 19:02.8 by Margaretta Rylander of Up- sala. Sweden. En route to her new world mark, Miss House also eclipsed the American and AAU record of 19:45.0 which she set in 1.960 when she won the event for the first time. Last year she tri- umphed in 19:46.3. The delay in her other ambi-! tion to retain her AAU titles a 200 and 400 meters, must come because no competition will be scheduled for her until Saturday when the 400 will go and Sundav with the 200. . Dial 722-4600 for a WANT AD Taker ,^_» i i ' ' ~' "· -- ...-- - __ _ Legion Loses, In Must Game Tomorro Sloan Will Pitch In Region Battle W By J. SJJTER KEGG Evening Times Sports Editor COLLEGE PARK -- The biggest load of his basebal career will be borne by slender Johnny Sloan here tomor row when Fort Cumberland Post 13 battles for survival ii American Legion's Region Two double-elimination tourna menf. The lean left-hander has been named by co-managers Bob Shel- .ey and Don Renotas to go against the winner of today's West Vir-| ginia-New York same Saturday! at 10 a. m. in a do-or-die contest) at Burt Shipley FieW on the Uni-J versily of Maryland campus. Lose 4-3 In Uth The Curnberlanders. who won he right to represent Maryland n the regional by taking the state iMoore Pick |To Retain Mitt Title HELSINKI featherweight championship two Sundays a«o, ^. 0 ,,v t ,,a Jn( «uii uave\ are harboring on the brink of!Moore of Springfield, Ohio, is a (UPI) _ champion World Dave} elimination today as the result of a heart-breaking 4-3 setback yes- erday in 11 innings at the hands of Dover, Dela. The Delaware 4-1 favorite to whip Olli Maki Finland's fighting baker, toh'igh in a scheduled 15-round title figh: in the Olympic Stadium. boys -scored three unearned r u n s j A crowd of about 25,000 is ex n the fifth inning and wrapped itlpected to turn out in the 52000 m it "i t n ^ c - i n f - d i - i t r t r t : « t l » - - i _ _ t _ r i , . .. * . * - ui*,»/v\j ip with a singleton in the last of a ItiO-pound south- oaw, went the route for the Dover earn, pitching himself right into he No. l ranking on the Free- he l l t h Bob Reed, State champs' lis: of villians. \eed. who posted eight victories or the Delaware tillisls in the true manner of a seasoned-pro. First, a ground ball by Jimmie Cox looked like an easy out but to P hitters the first two times he the ball hopped wickedly, struck f accc i each of them. - 1 ---'"-- "" " . . . ' - . . Manges also had a string of shortstop Slim Somerville in the shoulder and Jimmie was on first with a single. Mike Long then J vnen Lawton singled with one out grounded to second and it looked ' n tne ! ' ft h 'o start a three-run like at least one sure out but uprising. It looked like a harmless Fred Lawton's aim on a force try safety after Ake became his sixth was bad and when the ball rolled strikeout victim and H a r d y into short center Cox took third grounded to second. Cox, however, and Long second. failed to come up with the ball Opportunity Missed and Dover had its chance. A fly ball would have broken Somerville sent in the first of the 3-3 tie and a single against tn ree unearned tallies with a sin ^ - undoubtedly plated both runners. Pitched the second across. The But Reed got Joe Ranker on a third resulted from Hamilton's inging, third strike and when second boot of the battle on Hoi- "ox attempted to score on RoJand lenback's bounder. Hamilton's squeeze try, {he Dover Cumberland scored first in the pitcher fielded the ball like a game. Mike Long, who had .been cat and Cox was trapped. Cox called out on a mighty close "play appeared to be an easy out after at first in the opening inning, rip- seing chased back into third but ped a scorching single to center when he ploughed into Bob Hoi- to start the fourth and promptly lenbeck the Dover guardian of the swiped second, his first of two lot corner dropped the ball 'and stolen bases. Hamilton's second the bases were loaded. straight two-bagger sent Long Three bad breaks in a row in across. such a crucial battle would have Locals Won't Quit caused many pitchers to come The Maryland champs, despite apart at the seams. But Reed the 3-1 deficit, refused to quit and merely tightened his belt, whiffed Bulch Cross and then collaborated v ith catcher Bill Young and third- baseman Hollenback to nail Cox on an attempted steal of home. Reed got into a jam of his own making in the top of the llth when Jimmy Powelson stroked a Sextet Young Pros Tie For Open Lead ST. PAUL, Minn. (UPO -- A slugging sextet of young solf pros, two of them already estab- lished stars, shared the lead going into the second round of the 72-hole $30,000 St. Paul Open today. And to add a touch of drama :o the show, only a stroke behind the pace pack was a 47-year-old veteran who was a pro before most of the leaders were born lus the 35-year-old senior mem ber of the Cupits, golf's most fa mous bunch of brothers. Joe Campbell, Hex Baxter .Jr.. 'rank W'larton, Dave Ragan, Bob Shave Jr., and Doug Sanders had the first round lead with six un der par 66s. Campbell, Baxter, Sharton and lhave are 26 and Ragan is 27. Sanders, who just turned 29 is the "daddy" of the leaders. Pete Cooper, 47, Buster Cup it, .he club pro from Arkansas who las four brothers that are pro- essionals, were joined by Dave Hill and Johnny Pott at 67. he regional tourney, gave up 12 its but was a master with moxie n the clutch. a Ramos bout by Aug. 27. The Moore-Ramos title scrap is This he proved j n the top of planned for L° s Angeles in No- the 10th when he got out of a ^ ember -- » f the champion gets bases-loaded jam with all the by Makl ^ ex Pected tonight, finesse and skill of Houdini Reed I a k l Eur °Pe's amateur feath- hacl three straight bad breaks erwe 'g nl champion before he and overcame all of them in the turned Professional two years ago '-- -- - - has had but 10 pro bouts. drawn-in infield would have drilled a double to left. But the Dover ace induced Cox to sky out raced to third after Hamilton to end the threat. The defeat was as bitter to skied to center and scored on Powelson as it was sweet to Reed, single to center by Cross. The little lefty from Ridgeley frames, but was touched for three more in the sudden-death llth. Lawton Delivers Blow Lawton delivered the victory blow, a solid-ground sock over York by the same score second, which scored Eddie Mar- tin. The latter got to first on a SorriV.""* forceout when Powelson picked c°*- up his bunt and threw out Reed at second. Reed had opened the in- Hamilton,", with a bunt single which KidN"eii rfr f Powelson was unable to field. FUnasan, .10 Young, the ninth batter in the ^ nx "^ p ',', r T\«»-«-- i r _ . A . ii ._ __. . i - . . . . rtpynoia5i if Dover lineup, then got his third rU^TM, r .'.'.'.['.I]'.:::, i ? hit of the hot humid afternoon Totals « - 1 and Martin followed with the seat stadium for Scandinavia's first world title match. Moore hopes to make quick work of Maki and then will fly to N'ew York, where he will sign Monday for another title defense against Cuba's Sugar Ramos. The National Boxing Associa- ine uviawaie (Illlals in the · »«·*« uu.-xm b ;iaaucid- ·0 record they brought to the on ."as_ threatened to strip Moore 2 regional tourney, gave UD 12 of his tit]e if ne does n't sign for retirements to his credit to center and Manges wild got one run back with two out in the seventh. After whiffing Flana- gan and Manges, Reed walked Powelson. Norris then delivered him to the scoring depot with a three-bagger. Earlier, Norris had narrowly missed a homer sending left-fielder Ake back about 325 Texas League single through cen- feet from home plate for his fly- ter with two outs and Bill Norris ball drive to open the game In the eighth, Long legged out an infield single, swiped second Reed, who never lost a game in pitched five innings of shutout three years of schoolboy pitching relief ball after taking over for and played a major role in 29 starter Ronnie Manges in the top straight wins Dover High com- of the sixth. Hero of Cumberland's piled during his career, struck out pair of wins over Frederick for ten. Powelson, who was charged the district title and credited with with the loss, fanned five and the victory in the opener of the Manges six. state tourney, Powelson gave up All three of yesterday's games only two hits during these five were decided by one-run margins New Jersey nipped West Virginia 5-4 in the first game and Wash- ington pushed over"three runs in the last of the ninth to edge New Lawton, 2t .............. s 1 . Ake, If ................ S n 1 1 n n . s n i i n o . s n i i 5 i . 5 i i 13 n n . s n i n n o s n 2 i i .-? . s n 2 i n o o o rt o b n J n o n 2 i s n n i 3 o l i n n i n 1 n 12*31 \1 5 H O A E 1 2 .1 1 AB Hardy, cf 3 1 s 1 n 3 0 0 clincher. Cumberland's defense, which so^nine. » had been so solid through most "oi'enhacx. 3b of the campaign, collapsed as R«T"p " Post 13 committed five errors, all Martin, rf on the infield. A passed hall hy Ranker and wild pitch by Manges "·° n nl " »*en winning run scored m also added' to what seemed to be cu'mWiajid oon 100 an out-and-out case of tournament never . '.".'.'.'.'.'.'. noo OM ooo 01--i jitters. 2 h8 « M' -- Norris, Hamilton 2. Manges certainly deserved a sioien Baser- tons' 2. cm« hetter fate, the hard-throwins ^. on **"* ~ v r . s n o 1 0 0 s n n 7 2 o s n i i .1 o - i t i .1 o n . 5 n n 12 i n 4 9 33 11 1 . 10, bo right-hander had to pitch himself .,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, OIl ,,, out of a first-inning two-on no-out p °" cl ' nn """c- jam which was not his fault. And Po" n S!" "" " ccd ! °' Msns " 6 ' in the second he escaped by " lts °" M »«RM. s runs m s inn- striking out Jim Ake with the inB ° : "" Powcljnn ' 5 ' nnr """ '" " : - bases loaded. Ronnie fanned five in the first three innings, whiffing Lance Hardy and Somervillc. Dover's t ore need 3, Manges i, 5 (rmr r u n ) in S'.i Balk -- Tnwelaon. l.mlni; pitcher -- Powelson. tlmplre« -- Powell, Braddock »nd Bol WATCH FOR NO. IS -- Bill Keep, Anderson, Ind., three- lime winner of the National Crown 300, will drive to get the feel of the Fort Ashby Speedway tonight in the first 50-lap event at the West Vir- ginia oval. Keep will appear in the 100-mile Labor Day- race at the speedway and ex- pects to drive the same car in which he won this year's 300 at Sun Valley Speedway in Indiana. A new section of grandstand at the track now has raised the seating capacity to 2,000. Tonight's racing pro- gram will begin at 9 o'clock due to the parade to be staged in Fort Ashby in conjunction with the Mineral County Fair. Game's Greats To Be Feted At Baltimore BALTIMORE f A P ) -- Basebal. ;rcats from bygone years will be lonored preceding tonight's game etween the Baltimore Orioles am the Cleveland Indians at Mem- rial Stadium. Eddie Rommel, a former pitch- r for the Philadelphia Athletics and later an umpire, and Charlie teller, famed as hitter for the '"Tew York Yankees, are to be in- ucted into a Maryland "Shrine t Immortals." Rommel and Keller join Lefty rove, Jimmie Foxx, Frank Home run) Baker and the late iabe Ruth in the "Shrine." The wmanent tribute to baseball su- wr-stars with a Maryland back- round was conceived in I960. Baker, the game's first home- ·un king, is convalescing from a ong illness at his Eastern Shore ome in Trappe, Md., and will be nahle to attend. Grove, a 300-game winner, and oxx, a hitter of 53-4 home runs, re expected to attend. Also attending the ceremonies 'ill be three of the four living 400 hitters and three of the newest members of baseball's Hall of 'a me. The .400 hitters on view will be George Sister, Rogers Hornsby and Bill Terry. Ted Williams will e absent. The Hall of Fame members Bl- ending are Bob Feller. Jackie lobinson and Bill McKechnie. Festivities are scheduled to be- in at 7:30 p.m. with a home run itting contest between the Ori- les' Jim Gentile, Jackie Brandt nd rookie John Powell and the ndians' Chuck Esegian, Willie {irkland and John Romano. Cleveland's Dick Donovan (15-fi) ·ill face Milt Pappas (10-3) on ne mound in tonight's contest. McKinley, Saiigsler Reacli Vet Semi-Fiiial NEWPORT, R. I. (UPI) -Top- eeded Chuck McKinley and Eng- and's Mike Sangster will be in le semi-finals of the 81st annual awn tennis tournament at New- xrl Casino Saturday but it took 11 the know-how they possessed i make it. Both McKinley. of SI. Ann. Mo., and Sangster survived scares to advance. McKinley, one of the nation's top Davis Cup players, faltered badly in the second set but ral- lied to defeat Gordon Forbes of South Africa. 6-4, 0-6, C-2, Sang- ster came back from an opening set lapse to oust Tom Edelfson of Oakland, Calif., ]-6, 6-3, 6-1. Boh Turlcy To Manage Winlcr Bascbnl! Club NEW YORK U P H -- Pitcher Bob Turlcy of the New York Yan- kees is about to embark on a managerial career. The 31-year-old right-hander will manage the San Juan club of the Puerto Rican league this jvin- tcr in a possible prelude toward becoming a pitching coach or a. manager in t h e Yankees' minor league organization. AT ZIHLMAN: Midland coo W.n 0_n 4 1 Zihlman (Ktt 001 x--3 8 0 Jim Winters and Ken Johnson. Jim Diehl and Joe McGowan. HR -- Butch Smilh (Zihlman). AT BARTON: Westcrnporl 1M ooj 1--6 « 3 Barton 101 002 3--712 3 John Martin, Jo* Niland (61, Bill Johnson (7) and Dick Wilson. Mike Mnir, Lou Fazenbaker (6) and Ed War- nick. Winner -- Lou Fazenbaker. loser -- Joe Nilnnrt. "R -- Clyde Broadwaler, Joe Niland Westernport), Sonny Metz (Barlon). AT KEYSER: .onaconing OOO 102 n--S 7 3 Keyser -.... I l l 000 1--4 7 1 Richard Cutter and Hank Winner. Fich Robinson and Francis Sidley. AT FORT HILL FIELD: Franklin on2 010 0--3 5 0 Cumberland tlo lfl.1 x--6 11 MidlanclFalls, Twilight Race Tight At End Nearing the end of the season, the Twilight Baseball League pennant race has become snarled, entangled and too close for com- fort. Yesterday, Midland was blanked by Zihknan, 3-0, Keyser won over Lonaconing 1-0 and Barton edged Westernport 7-6, put- ting only percentage points be- tween the three top teams. Jimmy Diehl outpitched loser Jimmy Winters with a four-hitter, getting all the runs he needed for lis triumph \vhen centerfielder Butch Smith smashed a two-run homer in the third inning. Ken Johnson's two-bagger was the only damaging blow obtained by Mid- land. Trailing 6-4 in the seventh. Bar- ton got three runs when Sonny lUetz opened the frame by reach- ing first on an error. Cokey Rob- ertson, Ellie Fazenbaker and Ed Warnick followed with singles to tie the score and Johnny Johnson doubled to drive home the winning tally. Metz banged out a home run and double and Ellie Fazenbaker collected three singles to pace the Braves at the plate. Clyde Broad- water's home run and single and a two-run circuit clout by Joe Niland, were the big blows for Weslernport. Keyser shoved over a single run u [he seventh on Gary Keedy's sacrifice fly to nip Lonaconing. Bobby Wilson belted a pair of two-baggers and Hank Winner had a pair of hits for Lonaconing. Gene Kuykendall's two hits and a three-bagger by Joe Pezzanite led Keyser's attack. In a game at Fort Hill field Cumberland snapped a seven- game losing streak by downing Franklin, 6-3. Paul Stickley and John Horwath shared six of the winners' 11 bingles while Bennett had a home run and triple for Franklin. Moose Wins 1-0, ? 5 Vets Seek Finals ^'i They are hurling nothing but blanks in the semi-final playoffs of the Rocking Chair Softball League, the second game being decided by a shutout again yesterday as Moose and Caseys replayed their scoreless nine-inning deadlock at Stitcher Field and the second- BL un.v.iici r IL'IU aim me secona-i place LOOMen finally crackinglin absorbing his second setbaik^) r CASKVS Collins Clark 2 the run column in posting a 1-0 triumph. The victory gives .Moose, a club that had gone 13 frames against the Caseys without a tally, a one- game edge 'in the series with the second battle slated for next week. The Caseys, with veteran Allen .,,...,. , Sheetz again toeing the mound,tshccu r".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'. suffered their fourth straight sei- |Aman sf back to Moose and had their string of runless frames in the,,,,,..,,. series stretched to 30 after losing |GOCU a pair of 3-0 games and playing the 0-0 tie Wednesday evening. Veterans of Foreign Wars, gun- ning for their fifth straight play- off title, have a chance of sewing K l a v u l m up the bost-of-three semi-final I i.cwis ss against Hitter's AC this evening If;.' 1 "' 0 .", 1 ' at Stitcher F i e l d . The romped in the opener by a shutout Tuesday. * j A triple by Jim ( D i l l ) Fracliskaj in the bottom of the fifth, his swat' joing to deep right, tallied Donnie 'Hooti Gibson with yesterday's only run. Gibson had opened the frame by drawing the third walk off Sheetz. Bunk Warnick lined out to center and then Fradiska snapped the scoreless string with at the hands of the LOOAieu:. Sheelz, with six wins, was the vic- tim in the 3-0 shutout by Phillips July 26. AD R M . . 2 0 1 . . . 3 0 0 O A- E 3 0 0 0 1 13-O King i 3 0' 1 3 D n "' . 2 . 0 0 0 0 0 . 3 a o o o"' A 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 n o o n o ;rie rl 2 n 2 \ 0' n ovy U : 2 I) 0 2 n f) s* 1 0 0 2 3 0 Is 21 0 5 IB 6 I Z AR R II 0 A K Shnm If 2 0 0 3 0 n cf. . i n o i n o 3 0 0 3 O Madden 2 2 fl n .1 3 n 2. o 2 n p i l i n o 2 0 0 ·J fl 2 ce 3 K l a v u h n p 7 1 1 Tol "' s 0 0 1 n 2 n l n 1 3 0 "o o' n ·1 !. 0 1 0 ft' !l I 5 21 8" 0 MX) 000 0--H i 3 Moosf (WO 010 V--1 5 « Runs bailed in -- Fradiska. two base hits -- Kins. Throe base hits -- Frattisks. Sacrifices -- Keyser, Lewis. Double plays -- Madden to Cecil. Lell on bases -- Casey's. 6: .Moose. S. Base on balls -- off Sheet? .1; K l a v u h n 3. Struck out,, hv -- Shceu ·!; K l a v u h n 4. Winning pitcher -- Klflvuhn. l.osins pitcher --- Sheou. Umpires -- Andrews. Will and Jviinnick. Time nf came -- 1 hr. 14 min. ,, his booming three-bagger. !· Dick Klavuhn twirled a five-!* ' ^ Casey swatter to gel more than one hit off Klavuhn. He socked a pair of singles. - Donnie .Madden hirncd in the fielding gem of the evening in the fifth. Madden, following a lead- off single by McKenzie in the frame, stabbed Bob McGreevy's blistering liner at second and turned it into a nifty double play. Klavuhn, a lo-game- winner on the season, won his fourth in a row over the Caseys. fie fanned four and walked three. Sheetz also set down four on strikeouts ......... . -- Jim TJppcrman and Kip Montgomery. Norman L a m p and Jim Weakley, Goss (6). HR -- Bennetl (Franklin). Bob Night Entries AtShenandoah FIRST POST 7:15 FED FIRST--51.000. rl., up, 3l-i f. The C'mmcncer 122 Wise Fleet. xStep Softly 112 Handbag Top. Union 122 S t a r t i n To Go Pleasant Hill 117 Broom P a r t y Jr's Ruin 117 Bowler Jttn Valiant Nation 122 xKlll'ney's B'y SECOND--SI,tOO. ct.. 3, e f. Spring ROSP us Conreyor Sumerlan 112 xKate's River Jun'r A d v o c a t e 117 Rocking Baby Mr. Goodman IK x A ' t h e r W'pe'r xStee! 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