Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 20, 1957 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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Pi«l PA 2-4600 for a WANT EVENTKG TIMES, CUMBERLAND MIX, Three Subs' Help Sweep Pair Games t FromBues NEW YORK-(lNS>-The Cincinnati Redlcgs have concocted a simple but contradictory formula for success—they use their depth lo reach the heights. The Hedlogs lead the National League by two games today, all because Ihelr'bench and bullpen came Ihrough in the clutch yesterday to sweep a doubleheader from Pillsburgh. Three nominal bcnchwafmers —George Crowe, Smokcy Burgess and Bob Thurman-swung"' lusty bals for Cincinnati and the team's No. 2 reliever—Tom Acker—kept the Pirates quiet a,s the Rcdlogs scored 8-to-7 and 5-to-4 victories. Crowe's lilt Decides Crowe, filling in at first for the irreplaceable" Ted Kluszcwski, won the opener when his fourth hit of the game drove in the deciding run in the lasl of the ninth. He had four RBI's for the game and now is baiting .359. His last blow presented the victory to Acker, who pitched to only one batter in stopping the Pirates after they had scored five times in Ihe top of the ninth to tit the game. The RedJegs were losing the nightcap, 3 to l, until reserve catcher Burgess hit a two-run homer off Bon Kline in the seventh and Thurmsn hit a pinch roundtripper (o put Cincinnati ahead. Acker came in from the gel's comment when " asked bullpen to protect the lead which where he thought his New York harf disappeared but then recap- Yankees would finish this year. lured when Wally Post belted - J • "" v m-m-u oitii^d jcjidijiuu iivin JTldMng another homer oft Kline in the any flat predictions but made it eighth Acker is now 5-and-l, dear he likes his team's chances second in the league only to O f gelling in the 1957 Huben Gomez of the New York Series Giants, who is 6-and-J. •^— —-._, .„„., 4.,^,^,.^^ mtt.1 ZUi 1957i ' . TT , T* 7 __ -TT- : 1 ;—; _ ELEVEN . Using Depth To Protect League Lead T v """•^Tir'-wie'- •**>, »;*", "V-TV „«-,; / ,; ~l ——- *—•* ~ *' "~ ~ { ' £ Watch PlaysRoieln White Sox tie Lopez said last night. - tween the league leading White Sox and victory Saturday night when Dick Williams homered on ams omere on . , Paul LaPalme's l-l pitch as the „"?"»;' i , Was involved 1n a eadoff batter in the last of the nea . r-faU . 1 aul ° accident in the ninth inning, fP tln 2 « f 1! »9. but still managed OUT OF RACE F.ARLY-Donald F. Yeuko ot Bentleyville Pa became an early finisher in the seventh race yesterday His Corvette caught tire after only a tew laps and he was forced to pull up and drop oul of the Lions Club Cup feature The blaze a^rnmor one. put itself out after Yenko had driven to the side'- Stengel Plays To Win, Likes Team Chances This is the fouttK of fin orli- clei on the colorful career of the fanlailicaUy successful manager ol the New Yoik Yankees. By JAMES L. K1LGALLEN' Dttrniljoail y*wi Sttrlcc. &Utl WrHf "I'm playing to win." ««.n^.»uic «i rnnistone, AUU- This was manager Casey Sten- mai1 at Wellersburg and ML Sav- Pl»j«r Even the rain that hit all around (he tri-state district "'""»"> yesterday failed to halt the undefeated string of Hyndma*S in the Pen-Mar Baseball League ville, 6-5, on the losers' diamond. The contest was the only one of the four in the loop not rained out. Barrelville at Flintstone, Zihl- Stengel refrained from FEN.JUK LEAGUE W L ilytlrtman .....5 0 OntervUle Mi. Savaje ...1 1 Cnol>i-i!le BarrelvUle ....1 1 Zitilman .. !«rsburK ..-J 2 FllnUtone T^« "r-i . j-j ~- "• ,. .. "Our ball club is balanced in The Giants did Cincinnati a bg a , ot o[ wavs v Casey J fo 3 y ' n Brookl™ aE cored " We>V<S g0t " ioL ° f seven times in the ninth to givc|, nv _...;,: Don N'ewcombe a 10-to-3 win over ran> P ° Sl " St. Louis. (rom The doublcheader between Phil- , Fu " of Confidence adelphja and the Cub» at Chicago ' ^ ne ^ eam i* full °I confidence. was rained out. White Sox Pad Ltad World age at Granlsville were all postponed because of rain, Firemen Open Ltad ! have men who can fill in at at comes open . It's a young team, for the most part. We have 26 to 30 men in their 20's. In the American League, the *•"" "*••«"» *..<^«t.. im Chicago White Sox built their home-run hitting center league lead up .to two games "1 don " 1 know about him—he's when their 6-to-2 win over Boston an unfortunate player," said pas coupled with Cleveland's Stengel. "He turned on hisjcnee defeat at the hands ot the three or four years ago "and it New York Yankees. Duke Maas swells up a lot. He gets crippled, became the major leagues' sec- "If Mantle's leg stays O.K. he end pitcher to win six when DC- will be terrific. He hits from froit thumped Washington. 6 to 1. both sides of the plate and he Tilo Francona's balling gave Bal- can really hit the ball. For timore a 10-to-2 win over Kansas Cits'. The second game of their twin bill ended in a scoreless tie when rain washed out the proceedings in the sixth inning. Johnny Antonclli won for the fellow ot 25 he's been remarkable. He has broken records in all parks. Why, he hit one over the center field wall in our park. Even though he's a heavy boy. weighing 200' pounds, he runs Giants in relief when Ray Halt bard singled off Red .Murff in the "Bui he gels injured and some- eighth with the bases loaded to ,K- Al 3 "", 11 ^ 0 ' K WBS Kalt ' s *° «coverT"oi course, when he's third hit of the game and gave out I can use Tony Kubcfc in the Antonelli his third victory in outfield" .even decisions. Kubefc is the flashy young out After homers by Stan Musial fielder wbo came up this year and Wally Moon wiped out Brook- from the Yanks' Denver farm lyn's early three-run lead, the club. Dodgers put together eight hits "lie's a .Milwaukee boy and snd a walk to score seven times '" ' ' won his third. '-' ; Fischer, Doby Slar Bill Fischer captured How about Mickey Mantle, bis fielder? times it takes a month for him his father was an outfielder." Hyndman ...021000300-6 , . ... ~* ""-''*-•' wis an ouuieioer, uyndman in the last inning. Jim Davis Casey said. "This kid of twenty Centrerille suffered the defeat as Newcombc has a real opportunity with the Bryant, Homer Rose. M. Yankees. . ITS ,, «.« - . A ».i,i - vainuiwi h i s let him ooie his way into the second rklory tor the White Sox regular lineup. He is a good with UHS aid of some solid hit- thrower and can play the infield 'Chair League's ting by Larry Doby, who homer- or outfield. Ho played shortslop p;,,/ J ed and doubled lo drive in two in Triple A. I can use him also ' rt runs. In between Doby's hit- in left or center, ting, the Pale Hose bunched four Looks Good at Plate — Hyndman Edges Centreville Major Paceselt « m ' T* i n -m B ' lnte " loliona l Ne»s To Pad Pen-Mar Win Streak The Firemen ran their streak to five in edging Centre- W L ..1 J Hyndman. handing Ml, Savage its first loss in four games on Saturday with a 7-0 shutout, shoved ifs lead to a game-and-a- half by winning yesterday. The Firemen pushed over three runs in (he seventh to come from behind and hand the Cen- freville nine its third defeat in five attempts. Mel Nee was the victim of the uprising with the veteran right- hander having taken over from Homer Rose in the third frame. A bit batsman, walk, hit and pair of errors accounlcd for game-winning tallies. The 12th-annual AUegany County Junior High School tra'ck and field meet was postponed until Wednesday. 1:30 p. m., at the stadium, Bpb Pence, director, announced this morning. The six-school event had been scheduled to start at 1 o'clock this afternoon bul the heavy rains of the weekend forced setting back the meet until Wednesday. Participating schools are Cresaptown, Fort Hill, Allegany. Beall. Penn Avenue 7lh Grade and Beall Elementary. the Evans Notches First Glenn Evans got the benefit of the Firemen's rally and picked up his first victory. .Merle Kirchner started on the hill for the winners but gave way to Evans after the Reds had scored three runs in the fifth with one away for a 4-3 edge. . Evans worked Die final four- and-one-half innings and gave up only one hit. The loss was the County Junior Meet Set Back To Wednesday HOME RUNS - Williams (Boston), «el Vo e ,"). l 7 W " htoSt0 '"' 8i M ""' . RUNS BATTED IN - Slavers (Wash ington). 26; Doby (Chicago), 23; .Tenser "Boston) and Simpson (Kansas Ctty), RUNS — Sieves* (Washington) 22 HITS — Sievers (Washington). 33. ggJiBLES — Pl«\r« (Washijigloo). 11. TRIPLES — Niemaa and Boyd (Bal tlmor«), Kuenn IDetroll), GraH anti Simpson (Kansas CUy) and MeDouKald (N'ew- York), 3. STOLEN BASES - Landis (Chicajto) !; PiersaU (Boston). Jlinoso (Chicago); Pilartak and FrjJicona IBallimorO, 4 PITCHING-(B»scd on most »ins)_ Maas (Detroit), 6-1; Tracks (Kansas City) Geatz); Elfcs vs. Moose. Sticher (Vic Reynolds and Glen Zimmerman!; Celanese vs. K of C, Celanese <BiU Andrews and Cecil War nick). THURSDAY—Kilter's vs. Outdoor Club. Allegany Adrews and Zimmerman); K of C vs. Moose, Stitcher (Frantz and Grimes); VFW vs. Elks, East Side (George Geatz and Joe Geatz): Pittsburgh Plate vs. Celanese. Celanese (John Angellafla and Jake Michaels). > Servica AMEE1CAN IEAGUE BAITLNG i OKIclkl H 11 - 15 94 Jl 37 • 29 99 II 35 . n a 20 31 , Pierce (Chicago) and Bre . rc er (Boston), i-2. STRIKEOUTS — Score (Cleveland) KATIOSAL LEAGUE BATTING (Batrd oa 7£ ofrlcU! »| bats> Clu!» G AB R H Pet Aaron. Milwaukee. 2B 123 31 «5 Robinson. Ciocln'ti 2& 122 25 44 Crowe, Cincinnati, 24 92 H 33 HOME BUSS — Aaron 11: Moon (St Yorif). 7. RUNS BATTED IN* _ Aaron (Mil .-aahee). 29; FuriJJo (Broofclj-nl, 26 Robinson (Cincinnati). 24. HUNS — Aaron (Milwaukee*, 3] HITS — Aaron (Milwaukee). 45. DOUBLES - Hoak (Cincinnati) an, Musia! (St. Louis). 11. TRIPLES — Walls (Chicago) and toacfce (Philadelphia). 3. STOLEN BASES Ways (NEW York) H: Gllllam (Brooklyn), 6: Ashbum (Philadelphia) and Foody (Pittsburgh). PITCIIlNG-(Bas«d on roost wins)Gomez (New York). 6-1; Acler (Cin- :innaU). 5-I-. Burdeltc (Milwaukee). STRIKEOUTS ~ Arroj'O (Piltsburgh), D n - • nuiii ouLiaio o Roughly 10 seconds stood be- League in 1947' ' i, and was Drought up lo stay roni Buffalo of the Internaliona! ninth inning. Curfew Set At 10:20 • The game originally had been set for the afternoon but because if the running of the Preakncss, Baltimore's management requested a 7 p. m. starting time. True o league rules, the Chicago players were consulted and agreed to it. A 10:20 curfew was set to enable them to make train connec- Jons but three hours and 20 min utcs seemed adequate. "We-had a one run lead going into the last of the ninth," Lopez said. "There is a clock in centerfield in Baltimore and I could see that it was very close to 10-20 tt. when LaPalme started the inning. "But there was a catch to it. to compile a 15-50 record for the season. The next year he was 1912 for the Tigers. ' Alter spending 1951 in military service, Houlleman slipped to 8-20 in 1952 and was traded to Cleve- 'and the following season. He won 15 and lost 7 as the Indians won the pennant in 19M and was 10-6 the next season. Last year, working behind such starters as Herb Score. Bob Lemon, Early Wynn and Mike Garcia, Houltoman pitched only 47 innings and had a 2-2 record. He started but two games. When Celveland was here for a series last week, Manager Kerby Farrell said Houtteman "is the last man on our pitching staff." informing us when it's 10:20. And I'm not permitted to ask him what his watch reads. "There is the possibility of stalling to kill the time. J had something in mind all right when I had Billy Pierce in the bullpen warming up. If the hitter, Williams, gets on base I was going to bring in Pierce. That woulc for us." Knew Time Short Lopez said LaPalme pitched first a ball, then a strike. He knew the time was close by looking at the clock "but I don't know what Napp's watch says. It mighl have been minutes away by his time." 36i 1 still think we're sll right' '.35s Lopez continued. "I'm expectin s - ar<m wauee) La P a '"»e to keep throwing those u>uis>, 3; sautr CNew knuckle balls at ^Vil3sms. Then comes the next pitch—and wharr —and out of the ball park it goes for a home run." Lopez was en route mound when Napp signalled tim "J was throwing those knuckle balls to Williams hoping to ge them low," said LaPalme. "Bu! this one went up to the plate anc stayed up high and Williams whaled it." Some sea anemones live for more than 70 years "TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 3-3, San Anlonio l-s DalUj 4-3, Austin M Oklihoma Cilj 13-8, Shr«v«port S-S first against no wins for Nee. David Rose of the losers had, the only extra-base swat with a| '_ double. Bob Bryant socked two' Tor Hyndman with Gary Seeder and iVee both getting a pair for the Reds. ^ B ..100 030 010—5 8 2 METRO IS TOPS FOR GRADUATION Kirchner, G. Evans (5) and! TOMORROW—Kilter's AC vs Pittsburgh Plate. 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Rochester 3-3 Miami 5-2, Richmond 2-3 Havana 4-1, Columbus 1-0 "The umpire behind the plate, »~ ^.^ ure>c naviiuining wrong Napp, is the man in charge of with the pitcher's arm, but added He said there lhat he had been having control trouble. Houtteman has pitched four innings this season. The Orioles made room for Houtteman by optioning pitcher Don Ferrarese to Vancouver last night on 24-hour recall. Manager Paul Richards said Ferrarese could be a major league winner if he could cure his con- " .—-—• ••...* nuuiu "«.iji>-i *L tic tuLiiu i-ure HIS con- have killed some precious time trol trouble. "A chance to work- regularly is the only remedy " Richards added. The 27-year-old southpaw had a 1 4-10 record last season, once (ings with Pkislwirgh Eoajnel. Easy to apply; (kic5 lo • dnrabte, sparkliog Bnish. Resist! baby activity mch sucking, etc. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY 317 Henderson Ave. Open Soturdays 'Til Noon Men's Or«» Oxfords 6.95 Men's SonforiitJ Coveralls 4.95 .The Yankees broke out of an will hit big league pitching I ~^~~" ( ^", emended batting slump to belt don't know but he looks "'ood at 11". hits, .including a homer by the plate." J.f)ckey Mantle rteep into the Stengel switched quickly to an- upper 'rightficld deck. Bobby other of his young prospects— Shantz was the victor and Bob 22-year-old infieldor Bobby Rich- Lemon the loser as the Yanks ardson who hit .328 in 124 games moved into a second-place tie with Denver last year, with the Indians. Vic Wertz "Richardson is a fine fielder homered off Shanlz xs did Rocky who makes those double plays at Colavilo. who also had three second. But will he hit those other hits. great pitchers we face up here* Maas continued his brilliant Those great pitchers get your pitching for Detroit by scattering batters out. five Washington hits. Charlie "Both Richardson and Kubek Maxwell homered in the first are alert fellows. They catch on with a man on against Chuck to signs easily and don't forget Stobbs lo burden the Capitaljwhat you tell them." southpaw with his cighlh loss of - - •-• -- —»-.--.. J •*.*!, \ll\r IHlfrJll^JlUll IK the season. Stobbs doesn't have wasn't worried about his regu a win to show (or his efforts. Francona hit two homers anri a single to drive in five of Baltimore's fen runs and snap the Casey left the impression he lars who have already proven themselves. He has reliable Yogi Berra behind the bat. Bill iSkowron and Joe Collins for first •••Jrouhlc subduing Kansas City. —v'om Morgan incurred his fourth loss against two wins. Orioles' losing streak at five. base. Billy Martin and Gil Mc- Georgc Kell also homered for the Dougald for shortstop Andy- Birds as Billy Iocs had no Carey for third base, and the outfield is well stocked with Mantle. Kubck, Enos Slaughter, Elston ffoward and Hank Bauer. His pitching staff includes sucn good hurlers as \\Tiitey Ford. "No-Hit" Don Larsen. Bobby Shantz. Johnny Kucks. Bob Grim. Tommy Byrne. Art Dit-.-_ — ^ — „.. ...—c.u-imar. Boh Turley, Tom Sturdi- launches its season this cveningjvant. Ralph Terry and A) Ci with six of the nine clubs entered cottc. City Ucc League To Slarl Today The City Rec Softball League in the circuit listed for action. Kelly will oppose Sports Shoppe Allegany while Marine Re In talking about handling ball players, Stengel said a different lechnique is now required. The •*.» . ...*. B u»j ...».%. iimui i iiv. . "^- iv^_iiii,\jui^ i a now 1 vt|Uircui I ne sen-e lakes on Western Maryland ball players of today are better at fltitcher Field and Post Play- educated than Ihe rough-and- ground (angles wilh Gray's Tayern at Penn Avenue Field. South End Democrats, Pcskin's ingly. Shoe Store and National Guard will be All games slarl at 6; 15 p. m. n COR. BALTO. & MECH. ST. SAVINGS AND ready types ot years ago. and have lu be handled understand- Common Sense Rales "J have common sense rules on (Continued on Page 12) iuma tismuu a,., ». r .t HEWED »ms«r.« HOOF. Hww^!T«Eiiini sruiiv. "I like the 2 1 / 2 % dividends that are added to my savings" 141 Baltimore St, Where you save DOES make a difference [Monday Hours: 9 a m. until 3 p. m., 7 until 9 p. m.| " • ' ; ! ' 1. Lj \:

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