The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia on May 12, 1958 · Page 11
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The Weirton Daily Times from Weirton, West Virginia · Page 11

Weirton, West Virginia
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Monday, May 12, 1958
Page 11
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PlayerAmgnmeni s 4re Comp/ef mf Af Meeting of Senior, Junior 7ermifePflofs NO DOWN PAYMENT SPECIALS! $195 $295 $145 $115 JOE FEREMCE MOTOR SALES Sales And Servlc* ' 1840 County.Koad ll TM I during a meeting of team nianag : ·|ers at Ihe Community Center. Because of Ihe increase in t l number of youngsters interested iuatin 1053 PACKARD 4 (Igor . .·.. !Dl6 LINCOLN ·I donr 7946 PLYMOUTH 4 door 1847 FORD Pick Up . Errors Hamper Schwerha's In 1958 Opener Tom Nogay. Eagles -- Manager C. Smith, Errors proved the undoing of the P.ione B131- Charles Delaney, Lar- Schwcrha baseball team as H jry trorsky, David Schroyer, D o n j m n d c its 1958 debut against Dor- of the Greater Pittsburgh , --. ,.«.,,»£ Saturday nn Ihe winners' , . i f . , . . I? ' Geol '? e Hvizdak, Ronald:home diamond. The score was 4-3. Assignments for Ihe two league? Sample, David Meyers, Richard) Bern ic Roman fired a five lul- « , ,-~.... 0 .,, ,,n. ^n,n.ic p.u- annui, uary Lancir, Donald Ilelf mom of the Gi S a ^ h ±^l, h " ^ inCre ° S "I*"*". "«?· Robert' Phebus. Davleague Satnrday ed from 12 to 18 teams follow: JUNJOR LEAGUER. Super Jets -- .Manager John Kli- mnnsky, Phone 4042; Fred Gardner, Sam Wenneworlh, Terry Pas- Glover, Kim Carlagna, I! o n a 1 d Smith, Robert Hurl and Joe Di- Bart Villanova Phone -- Manager Tom Tro- ter at the DormonL club but five errors behind him cost him any hopes for a victory. Dormont put across single counters in each of 5247-J; Mike Gulick, the first two frames, then chalk' inetti, .lack Clark Ray Tom pas l B e n Costt? "°. Paul Gau«lienbau«h''cd up the clinchers in the sixth. Presley, John Pale, Davidi^ Seleslay, - - - USiD CARS 1957 Ford Convertible, All Power 1056 Chevrolet 2 dr. Hel-Air 105G Chevrolet 4 Dr. 310 Scries 1055 Chevrolet I Door Sltttlon Wagnn lB5i) Ibimlilcr Station Wngon 1853 Chevrolet 4 ilr. 210 series 1053 Bulck 4 rtr, special 105S Chevrolet'? fit., 210 Series 395S Chevrolet Bel-Air Hardtop . 1958 Chrysler 4 Door 1053 Mercury 4 Door 1053 Chevrolet. Bel Air 4 dr. 1D53 Ford 'Z Door 1952 Cadillac 4 Door 1952 Ford Knnch Wafron 1951 Chevrolet Club Coupi- 1951 Cadillac 4 Door IDSlBuick Super Hardtop 1851 Oldsnioblle 4 Door Larry jVidich, Carl DeSantis, Danny Kli- mansXy, T o m m y Clark, Bobby Billcheck, Tommy Rafacz, Larry Virtue, Tommy Pasinetii, Tim DeSantis. Yellow Jackets--Manager Ralph Lauerman, Phone 1491; Tommy Matask, John Tunanidas. Ricky Banfield, Miko Stoica. S k i p p y George. Ray B r o k a w, George Menlzer, John Hodgors, George Ollila, Ralph Lauerman, Lawrence Shusuok, Frank Hamilton, T o in .. Joe Coslello, Ant ho- Schwerha's drilled home (heir LaPosta, B. Cassella, R. Fod- Ihree runs in the foulh. or, Frank Porcc, Tom Troia, Char-! Hitting honors went to Richard Weirton Daily TirnevMond^May 12, 1958 11- Pirate Fans Are Jubilant Following Twin Bill Victory 6m Philadelphia PITTSBURGH (UP)-The fans filed out of Forbes Field Sunday, jubilant over the Pirates' doubleheader victory over the Philadelphia Phillies and a four-game winning streak. Bui one fan remained in his seat, puzzled. "That guy Stevens," lie mused. BenHoganTo Play in Even! Charles Bonili, p a u 1 Dofka with a pair of singles in, Zuros, Henry Rossi, D. Costello.)three trips. Frank Burnetta had a WaMer Wclaszczyk. i double as Ihe only exlra base hit) Dukes -- Manager James Klash, ! ° r lne g amc Phone 1379-W; , D. Barnabei J I Lineups am N'ewbrough, II. Himmelriek, sieve: Scl TM;"ha's 24 Hour Towing Service Days -- Phone 6 Evenings -- Phone 4552 3663 Main St. Phone 6 Klasli, J. Neill, R. Vueelici],~WJl-l liam Tucker, D. Hall, R. Foster,iCurrenton.Sb Ricky Garan, J. Barnabei. John j Carr, Tom Steele. Ricky Bailey. Jim Carr, Tom Smsrrclia. .d summaries: AB R I WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, T 1 -" 1 " 1 ' ,|W Va. (UP)-Baiitam Ben Hogan thvci ' ed Before You Invest Investigate \- H 11 CONNER CAR CO. Chrysler, Plymouth, Imperial 4th Street, Stenbcnrllle 339S Main St. ' \Velrton PHONE 1 or Z SPECIAL STORAGE CHEST and TV BENCH the world famous POWERFUL NEW MOTOR '.·ffxxsass^iiSKSH^rns^ TRADE- ON THE NEW PHONE FOR 10 DAY HOME TRIAL! Monongahela Power Eureka Sales Service M2 Bucks -- Manager Jim Knights, Phone 2,iM-\V; Greg Harris, Daid Selestay, Charles Neverly, Jim Knight. Larry Binkowski, M i k e Keere, Robert Wade, Jimmy'Capi- lo, John Dclekta, Danny Melz, Wil- Brad.Battjsta; Larry Knight, Greg Haines, Rick Rieser. Green Hornels -- Manager John Moore, Phone 832; Tom L e w i s Rich Paterra, Bill Lind, Donald Eafrati, Louis Ravotto, Owings, Mike . Pavlik, 'joe Glynn, John Moore, Gordon Burfictta.c Butfo,2b Campbell,rf Dofka.ct Roman,p Dishauzi. Ib DeLuca, 3b F reel and ,21) Dunnjf Totals Pitts. Dormont Botsford.ef Gilberi,2b . 3 . 2 . 2 . 3 . 3 . 3 3 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 2 31 I' E [w,is scheduled to arrive here !\I6n-! figainsl " le "Why doesn't he have a regular first name? What docs 11. C. irean, anyway?"-' Well, it was like trying to explain why that Illinois football player called himself J. C. Caroline. U might be that R. C. means "ripping, climax." For that's exactly .what the Pirate first baseman achieved with-his 11th inning single lhat drove in Dick Groat H'jth llie winning run in Ihe 1-0 nightcap victory. The Pirates won Ihe first gamc, 104. Amollicr Triumph The climax touch is nothing new (or Stevens. He hit a single in the 14th inning in the season opener against Milwaukee to pro- ninlh - inning homer Chuck Essegian's double seventh accounted for Ihe fourth and final Philly tally. The Pirates collected :0 hits, - cluding seven exlra baschits. Kluszewski's homer with two in the first inning .wip deficit and Pittsburgh runs in San 0 0 0 0 o 3 AB H H E ! ;lay lo gel in some practice rounds 0 tor the toih a n n u a l Grecnbricr 1 Open golf tournament which gets °: u n d e r w a y Thursday. " j Tournament chairman C h r i s " . D u n p h y said t o d a y there would be "|a record field of 57 professionals "land over ICO amalcurs in the four' j d a y , 72-holc t o u r n a m e n t this year. ^ j The p r o - a m is played Saturday O j a n d Sunday. °i Hojjan. host pro Sam Snead and 5 2 1 defending champion E. J. (Dutch) H^nison will head Ihc impressive few days shop, Thomas Moore, Peter Belli, B |- Flood'.lf Hooper,rf i Greg vallga, Gerald Owings, \Vil- siuVman'lb Iliam Duffy, Lee Smedley. Rams -- Manager Larry Phone 4216; Roy,Groppe, D i c k Badis, James Hosky, James Burger, Anthony Thomaselli, SI i !c e ilousadls, Scott Davidson, D o n 3oysovich, Frank Jezierski, Larry Watt, Charles May, Charles Ameredes, Albert Stefan, Hob Thomas- elli, Rich Thomaselli, Phil Jezier';i. Pitt -- Manager Craig W o o d, 3 hone 4136-J; John Arango, Clyde Dunn, Rich Dodds, Craig W o o d, James Mosser, Gary DiBart, Jamis Senker, James Conley, George i^amp, Mike Kochman, Bob Aran- 50, Mike Butto, Bill Coburn. Bob I Ewrin.c Watt,! Schaffer ,p Sarap, Cliff Lamp Bernardo. and Anthony Holy Cross -- Manager S i e v e Krena, Phone 14CG-W; John Krena, 3111 Swanson, Fred Paterra, Gr : j asternak, Ernest Manack, Larry 2zapla, J o h n Micholas, John Jishkerich, Frank Giack, Jim Bellinger, Joe Pahimbor G a r y Spanovich, Eddie Fazi, Fred Fazi, Richard Kovalik, Pete Rocovich. Hawks -- Manager James Grjb- cn. Phone 3S26 William DoFran- ro, David Lawton, Bob Link, Da 'd Gribben, David VaUes, D o n l.a\vton, Danny Porter, EU Perich, Leo Parks, Alert Leasure, Francis Palumo, John McAfee, Todd Barnett, Billy Bcrtwell, Charles 1949 DODGE Gj-raniatlo, Transmission, Jtaiio end Heater! $ 11.46 MONTHLY PAYMENT DiNOVCXS Four Dependable Dodge-Plymouth Dealer S914 Main -- Phono 230-221 OPEN 'TIL 6 P.M. Refl. $19.95-Heavy Duty Sieel Shelving 1,000'tof UM» For Gatage Krutt Cellar tlUllly Room 0 0 0 1 1 0 .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 .. 2 . . 2 33 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 x field. Other top list are Dow j Harmon, yick Ghczzi. Dave Doug- lamcs oiv tlie entry FinslcnvaW, Claude Ileely.p Tolals Schwerha's Dormont Two base hits -- Burnetta 1 Struck out by -- Roman 6, Seli- affer G, Heely 5 Bases on balls by -- Roman 4, Schaffer 1, Heely 4 Double plays -- Schwerlia's 2, Dormont 0 Winning pitcher -- Heely, Losing Pitcher -- Roman Jrjlas, Mike Fetchick,-George Fazio, "iAI Broscli. Eel (Porky) Oliver, "iLew Worsham and Cob Toski. I Hogan won the title in 1S!50 and "(lied the world record for 72 holes "iwith a 259 total on rounds of G4- U;64-B3 ; «. Snead finished second to llie incomparable .little Texan tliat later for another 4-3 triumph. For Pirate Murtaugh the Manager nightcap Danny victoy Rastelli. John Bengier. St. John's -- Manager Earl Buono. Phone 7G6; Nicky Kendrick, Jeff Grace, Earl Buono, Lester Zapor, John Brown, Kay Gillette, Richard Ivaun, Frank Haber, Kenny James, Michael Zatezalo, David Zuza, Charles Fodor, Daniel Sagan,' Jerry James, Ralph Spano, Robert Heidantlial. SENIOR LEAGUE Thunderbirds -- Manager R o y McMillian, Phone 1151-J-2; B i l l Adams, A. DiGirnlamo, P. Pavlik, H. Thompson, G. McMillian, J. Ko losky, J. DiAntonio, M. Ivaun, S. Kraynak, \V. Kraina, R. Augustine, G. 'Kelchak, R. Fluharty, J. Blackburn, D. Suodgr'asSi \Villinm Muldrew. Mountaineers -- Manager Charles Fornari, Phone 3634; J. Miceii, G. Fornari, J. Brandolino. D. Pro- chniewski, D. Rigol, Filok, Hudek, Bankclas, Slarck, Greer, B 11 !check, Steiner, D. Palcic, Zaverl, R. Starck and B. Vngnoni Cardinals -- Manager Pete Lonchar Sr., P h o n e ' 2 2 4 9 ; ' Charles Wunduke, Tim Mentzer, R, C u n - ningham, Ted Skrypak, R. Moredock, Pole Lonchar Jr., Tom Tempos, J. Colesanle, D. Harris, J. Cupp, J. Jackson, G. Francis, R. Lawton, D. Phelps, R. Beatty. Notre Dame -- Manager Frank Zablackas, Phone 925-J: F. Zab- lackas, Rizzo, Binkowski, Maro- vicb. Mikula, Barnabic, Stanich, ^agula, Pauchnic, Maveric, Samaras, Gill, Wudarsky, Givens, Ct- arrocchi. Muslangs -- Manager Ed Kochman, Phone 1S05; Gregory Plcs- ich, D. Grimm, Charles Vidmar, George Gurrera, Steve Plesich, Robert K o s u t, Ed Kochtnan, James Lipsn, Bill D'Alcsio, David Olcnick, David Guglielmo. Carson Fluliarly, Larry Kosut, Tom Roi d a k , F l o y d Gelini, John Buracchio. Wildcats -- Manager Floyd Cul- Mer, Phone 485; Joe Jaskiewicz, | Bernard Myers, Harry McFarland, Harry Caldwell, Kurt Culler, Mike Musulin, Rich Baker, John Edwards, David Coales, Phil H o l t , j Harold Proudfool, Dale G r e a t [house, Van Slatheros, Herby Cook, (Dean Stathcros, Mitch Zack. 8156 Main St. Phono Cl ppen Man. - Tiles. · Wed. Thurs. Frl. 8:00 to 5:30 Saturday 0:00 to 9:0» Schwerha-Conner Schwerha's baseball team \v i 1 i play the Conner Car Company squad in a practice session Wednesday at 6 p.m. on the Cove field. Both clubs are entered in the Ohio Valley baseball league. year. Sncacl won the tournament three consecutive y e a r s , but hasn't bagged a title on his home course since 1953 when he finished in front of Jackie Burke, also an entrant this year. Harrison also won (lie $(0,QM event in 1SB5 in addition to' his triumph last year. Other champs have been Henry Cotton, C a r y Middlccoff, Herman Scharlau and Oliver. Dan Topping, one of the owners of the New York Yankees, head.? a list of Ihose participating in the pro - amaleur. Also included is Chase Morsey of P.alm Beach, Fla., who teamed with Harmon to take last year's event. Former Walker Cup Captain Billy Campbell of Huntington also' will compete in Ihe pro-am. Campbell last yrar won the North-South, amaleur and is the defending Virginia amaleur king. justified his pre-season hope for bench strength and a fourth slart- ing pitcher. American League castoft Bob Porlerfiekl. w h o joinel the Pirates Friday, proved a fitting mound opponent for Curt Simmons. The Philly righthander allowed only sjx hits and was dented a victory in much the same fashion as his moumlmale Robin Roberts Friday nighl. Roberts and Ronnie Kline dueled in a scoreless game u n t i l the last of the 12th. Then Te;l Kluszewski boomed-'a homer that give the Pirates Iheir first of four victories over their iuta-slatc ivals. i Win For Friend I Bob Friend won Sunday's open-! er, despite back-to-back homers yielded to Rip Ropulski and Granny Hainncr in Ihe first inning n n d ! one (o Stan Lopata in the fourth, i Bob Bowman's pinch single and! HILLTOP Drive-In Theatre USE CLASSIFIED ADS 'PHONE 185 TROOPER HOOK First Show Starts ill Dark Children Under 12 Free! THE WORLD'S MOST HONORED SHOW Sox to Practice The attorney's While Sox w i l l practice today at 6 p.m. at the railroad field. Gene Olashuk Li the Pony League team manager. Graduation clothing, glrtt, autamoblli combining thow bllli -- all tan b« paid for In' on* imatl monlhty poym«nt. W« can htlp you in on* hour or leu wllh the money you nod. Man now lo tnjoy mo/e cash *v«ry payday for rhoi* »umm«r months. COLONIAL, L O A N / CO. 9 / rhnx -- ItOO ISM Mo in Strxt tOANS 10 t300 52 BEST PICTURE AWARDS WORLD I WIDE HONORS mtxnm... 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