Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 28, 1957 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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SIXTEEN Dutdoor Club, GlassersMeet In 'Chair Tilt With the Memorial Day holiday coming on Thursday, the :eams in the Rocking Chair Soft-! EVENING TIMES. CUJJBEKLANJ), MU., Tu^oiMV, MAY 28, 1937 Lew's Habit, Not Spitter, Feared By League Hitters Frostburgers O Batter Corgs In Pony Start Froslburg made its debut a smashing success in the Hi-Slate Baseball League yesterday , over this evening's opponent. The l)ie second game we were losin tilt Is slated for Kast Side Field ' to B ™oMyn 13-7 and I was dcs .* Killer's AC and Celanese the l ' cratc for P't<*ers. ' bad to use ' -only clubs unable to put together^™ , f ? r lwo lolc "™™Z*- He held f-~~ 2> winning combination so far. I!r .?" kl - vn . M " e , lost M ' 8 - , -will collide in todaVs fourth! T "°days a er wc rc !o "contest at Celancse f-'ield. The Silkmcn, who lost out to Pitts- 1 burgh Plate, 2-0. in 11 inningsi :£,..;"•, ," last Thursday, have an 0-4 mark. " Ritter's beaten in eight frames. 5-4. by ODC the same evening, take an 0-5 record into the game. All four contests are to start at 6 o'clock. at Philadelphia after losing our first three. I took Jim Wilson out for a pinch hitter BI-STATK TOST LEAGUE K L II. Sivije .. 1 OLtVilt ..... 'roitburf .... 1 OCmaplown . Hdland ...... 1 0 Lonaconlng rilie ..... 1 0 CortliaoUHe Kroilbuir at LiVale Carrtsanvltle at Mldllnd Ml. S.sva t e n (Tcupiou l^jnaconlng al EJterslle By FKAN'K ECK AP Ncwsfealures Sports Editor Lew Burdcltc, .Milwaukee's right-handed ace who has P jail Lcapue will "play only oncogen accused of throwing an occasional spitball, isn't throw-L-iin" a 30-7 YW Vf cVriBanviiie 'this week. The four games arc ing a moist ball at all. says Tommy Holmes, the man who'on the winners' diamond \ ;ardcd this evening. first managed Burdette in the National League. Outdoor Club, clipping off five Holmes, now a Brooklyn Dodger scout, obtained >vins for as many games in its Burdette from the Yankee sys- bid to retain both thc season and tern late in 1951 after Tommy playoff title, comes up against leplaccd Billy Southworlh as Pittsburgh Plate Glass at Stitch- manager of the Boston Braves. cr Field in the feature battle. I Building For Future This is the second meeting of " W e dealt Johnny Sain to the the two clubs with ODC having y^i^s for Burdctlc and $50, battered the Glassers. 12-0, be-coo," says Holmes. "We were bind the thrcc-hii chucking of building for (he future and it's "Pistol Pete" F.lliotl, The PPG paying off now. He had won H club has rebounded since then to grimes for San Francisco that reel off two straight and has a year and we had good reports on 3-2 season record. .him as a sturdy 200-inmng pitch- Elks, beaten only by ODC in er. six games, will tangle'with Vet- "J had I.eiv in tfie bullpen. He erans of Foreign Wars at Allc-.was a nervous wreck in Boston. jiany Field. The BPOmcn halted He was always fidgeting. . the unbeaten siring of the Vets. 1 "1 used him in a 15-5 game 9-), last Thursday to take over we lost to Brooklyn. It was the ..^ second place. The Vets have won Kame in which Jack Robinson ;<•' three of four games. stole home. Burdette ivas mad. , * The Knights of Columbus and I "'as glad, but I couldn't blame ^l .Moose will meet in a clash for ''' m ' or being mad, gelling his ? * fifth place. The Caseys have a :firsl snot in a game like that 2-3 mark to the 2--1 showing of " The "<*'' - vcar (| 952) 1 had Moose and hold a half-game edge Burdette in the bullpen again. In boid the phiiiieV:" ~ "iTri'Stale Te Hits Ilcl Knnis j.^,. . "On his first pitch he hit Del^U'CUlt 4 O F.nnis and I went out to the 1 jr f\ 1 * mound and asked Burdette how llGl'C Isn.Jlltie he felt." i Tin scared.' Lew said. I The Tri-State Tennis Leagu U! I 1'A 2-1000 lor a WANT AD Tak« ; 500' Drivers Seek 'Groove' , non, Ind. 'they received four voles each last night in a poll of mem- Mt. Savage, playoff champions of 1956, also got off to a flying start by trouncing Lonaconing by ; the score of 16-6. ; The srinners racked up 15 hits including four by Bill Garlitr, and Roger Wilson provided the fielding thrills by turning in two sensational running catches in cenlcrfield. Morris Socks Four Leroy Morris rapped a triple and three singles to spark Mt, Savage's 15-hit assault. Bill Garlitz smacked four singles for 'Coney while Roger Wilson, cen- terfielder, sparkled afield with a pair of sensational running catches. Bobby Green pitched until the seventh and got credit for the win. The loser was Jim Getty. While Frostburg's Dave Broad- . were f'^iQuarlel Qualifics'^ELLERSBUKc SEEKS '.', .T°!_"il\, 'OiT 1 4 HP- '.I'fUIRTH rnil\T\' nvi.v %.uvii iuji infill 111 a jJim ui UlvJll- ••"••' the Champion 100 Mile an window of. Hour Club. iStore, SMASH SPLASH-Tilings are looking up for pretty Cypress Gardens Fla.. junior water skiers as, with summer coming (he popular water sporl_getsjn full swing throughout counlrv INDIANAPOLIS, Hfi ran carburelion tests and sought he "grooves" at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today in final practice laps before the 500-mile race on Memorial Day. , The two and one-half mile track will be closed for cleaning tomorrow. Thirty-three cars will roar into a flying start of the long race at noon IKST1 Thursday. Co-favorites among Ihe men who ought to know are Troy Rutl- man, Lynwood. Calif.. 1352 winner, and Pat O'Connor, North Ver- FROSTRURG 'KIDS' OI'EN ON THURSDAY notary Club, jnctks Orioles'to at Little League Park. Following a flag • raising ceremony in charge of the Color Guard of tha John R. Fairgrieve Post 2462, VFW. Ronald Richardson will sound Ihe salute Io Ihc colors. Eagles and Lions langlc Friday in their opener, also billed for the Little League Field al 6 p.m. Uniforms were distributed at a meeting of the five managers last night in thc Recreation Room of First Methodist Church. They will be displayed in lha \ Ilafcr's Furniture The club is composed of driv-j Teams in the circuil are Elks, ers who have finished the "500"jEag]<?s, Rotary Club. Lions and at average speeds of 100 miles an Orioles_ lour or more. TOP FLIGHT NAGS 1NGLEWOOD, Calif t,VEA>- Those nominated for the $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cup. to be run July 13, include 10 winners of $100,000 races. Hank Grecnberg's entrance io baseball's Hall of Fame made- him the sixth player from the; Detroit Tigers to be honored. Thc others are Ty Cobb, Mickey Cochrane, Ifughie Jennings, Charley Gebringcr and Harry Ileil- mann. " ' SEABOARD FINANCE v-orriganvme io seven hits. Frost- ! _*- «- : burg beltcd-tbe offerings of thrc=|[u PGA ToiJTIlOV FOURTH COUNT} pitchers for 2* hits inrlnrfint. . ..... il^> £,. „ i m scared.' Lew said, i ""- »ri-oiaie lenms League -olUfflCStS 1* CatUrei ln ' nk llc "' as afraid that he'd W 'H °pen its season Sunday. June 1 ~ never get a chance to win a '. "'"«> Uniontown plays Cum'. that he might feel like a berland on the Garlitz Recrea- T 1 •!• I 1 Wlllgill 0 . .Midland Zihlman TWILIC.HT LEAGUE W L 1 0 W. cvoulnc pitchers for 25 hits, including three homers in succession by Jim Evans. Gene Zumnano and Bob Winebrenncr in thc fourtli frame. Zumpano collected lour hits and drove in seven runs and Evans had three safeties and six jRBI's. Charles Winebrenner had two hits for the losers. -Midland Wins 5-2 Wayne "Lefty" Johnson tossed four-hitter and mowed down PITTSBURGH U'.—Two western Pennsylvanians and a pair of West Virginians all shot even par totals! " '"""' of 1-12 yesterday to tie for first Lca " LID ' P U|S " 5 3 ° record u| place and capture the four tri- a £ ainst S!ringtown on the Wei- 1 state sectional places in the na-'lcrsburg diamond this evcninj j'mop up pitcher,' the kind who,' 1 ' 1 " 1 Courts. Witiiams Road. jgoes only in losing games. I told! The league will operate wilhi, ir i.;lnm we might win this one for three teams. Keyser is the other ?j, Vla strikeout route as J {[him and that he first win was all'cntry. ' Midland launched its campaign ; o j lie needed. , Last vear in its t; r ,i =„==„„ witl) a 5 ' 2 decision over LaVale. Wri B M'> rrosiinE =t Barlon - I-onaconing AI Xihlman Flntpl al Midland All three opening games in the , Last year, in its first season, "Well, in the ninth Sid Gordon's the tennis league had five teams, home run with Earl Torgeson on But Kingwood was forced to drop first tied the game at 2-2 against out this season when it lost its Russ lieycr. Our next batter,!two courts and league officials wi " Marshall, also hit a homerjsaid Fairmont did not reply to Midland sewed \ip the game in the sixth inning when Rill Howsare tripled, Mickey Eagan walk mi imci: o|jL-inuK games in me , aso a omeqsa armont not reply to T.viliglit Baseball League yester- a "d we got out in front 3-2. Mcy-,queries concerning its entry this Hav werr Ilinli-srnrinff ift^\<-c 'ie Cr \vas fit In lip Hfil 1 ctiml-i vpnr -, day were high-scoring affairs as' 01 ] was fit to be tied. I stucVyear. .Barton, .Midland and Zihlman w '"' Burdctle even though Jrc fiad' Uniontown cbalked up triumphs. walked That win was the league champion. is the defending ed. Jimmy Voungblood bunted town. V. Va., had the same com- over the run that broke a 2-2 ' " deadlock and Albert Ccsnick singled over two more tallies. Mickey Scalelta. losing pitcher, garnered two of his team's four \Vellersburg. the last undefeat-1 ;cd team in the County Softball Dayton. Ohio, beginning July 17. A field of -13 competed over the 6,373 yard par 36-33—71 Green Oaks Course. Host pro .Toby Conor bad a 74 and a sizzling three under par 68 and Art Doering of Pills- has won one of three starts with one of the defeats being an n-2 shellacking by tonight's opponent. Runnerup Corriganville, with .1 2-2 showing, will be host to Burkey's in the other contest. The "WEARS » WEARS! View Country Club, near Morgan- bination. Lew H'orsham, who has been bothered by a bad back, picked up on the 35th hole afier missing a short pult. He had a 74 on his' first 18 holes. lolds down the loop cellar. Both of today's contests start at 6:15 p. m. came from behind ' The Bartoniles collected 20 hits ' )P5 ' thing that ever happened to' Starting time for all matches is safeties. in their easy 18-2 victory at' Blir(ic t'e. He won five more j 1:30 p. m. (DSTI unless the home! Ellcrslie .„...„ „,.„.„„ finzel. Johnny Johnson headcd'^mes "™ l first year and com-ltfam notifies the visitors of any with a six-run rally in the fourth LaVale iMaroona Plnv the assault with four blows in P ic «:d five of his nine starts. change. '—' ----- > muii.. i un '" " "" ~ "' ' The schedule: five trips, including a pair of two baggers, while Ed Warnick clout- 'Docsn'l Throiv Spitter' "I know Lew doesn't throw the June 9—Uniontown at Cumber- Watch Burdette when he pitches. j inning and whipped Cresaptown i, n i -11 'r- . ' at Ellerslie. 8-5. At Barrclville I o«lay al . — a c fingers, goes to the'Kcyser; July 21— Keyser at Cum' Reliefer Twain Lowery pitched with all his mo- Brown, Johnny Byrd and Cook Socks Homer During (he uprising Roger Cook homered with one aboard, Royce Waltman singled over two tallies PANAMA FISHING PANAMA CITY, Panama :EA>—Deep sea angers from Ihe Uniled States and Central and South America will be here for Panama's Internationa! Marlin and Sailfish Tournament, July 15-Aug.l5.' LaVale Maroons and Barrelville will meet today at Barrelville instead of LaVale in order to avoid conflict with the DAV- and Donnie Lowery and Twaini al 'LaValo Orioles' contest. Lowery rapped in a run ----- : " ' " with a triple and single. each A meeting of the league will be held at the home of George Schoenadel, LaVale. following to' .-.-11^1 jmgii:u. urtw --* »•-« ,,t>^\.,j. £ui.a lu three walks and scored four runsj[? sinil)a S- wipes his fingers , day's games, Managers must I present their player rosters, in- t eluding the names of five pitchers . they will use during the season .Nid«,«,,«7, mi ., M „'.».,,,-dS, ^^™»^^c\^<Z£Z^S%^^?^?\^,S^!!z£St •• fc *--.l*»^.S^i':=SiVJ^«* S ^*i ! -j«»: and July 25. the Zihlnian al Wright's Crossing; 0 ! - - ,,..._., ,„ mt «*„*.,^.j Q1JU uiauvine «\i. ^an- £nme. Zihlman won, 17-5. [sinker, thrown at moderate speed.! non, Keyser; Charles Taylor and Ilarto fin ini . Jim Wilson. Bill -Johnson <5> and r. Wai-nick. Toby McKcmie.Burncr (S)". "B. McKcnzie tfi) anrf Crowe WP — ^Vilaon. I.p — T. McKtruEc. >IR — E 'Warnick (Barton), Mldlxnd !••! 07^ fi_ lft ~ , Lonieonitif ->t,| ^H> n— •; x | -\Iick Davis and Meyers. Rich Mc- rarlland. J. [,ancaMer (1» and Fooic JJ»~H. McPaniand. , ....„,.,, „! njuuLj on,- j^Jteti, :u>t*i, iitjati; Cllal JC5 13 His pitches are dry and deliber- ! Al Springer. Uniontown ;': ;l ;; ale, and baiters fear pitchers' — ...j ,- like that." \f-n- Holmes should know something!" 1 " 10 i" a J"S Would about pitching and hitting. In 1945:Mi S5 Ebhcls Field jhe made 66 bits in 37 straight! *"-'u gomes to set a National League' NEW YORK (NBA) — tllltinp <;lr(l«L- ronnrfl !ir Few Br:ivcs Remain .On 1957 Warpath : BOSTON U-_Of the Boston Braves who played in the opening National League game five .years ago only two players arc still with the team, now'the Mil- -waukee Braves. • They -are third baseman Ed Jlathews and pitcher Warren J5pahn. .' Catcher Walker Cooper is back with the St. Louis Cardinals while Earl Torgeson is a reserve first baseman with Detroit. bitting streak record. "Burdette wouldn't chance on throwing a not while he's a bi» take wet ball, winner.' adds Holmes. "He loves baseball too much to face a suspension." AMERICAN" ASSOCIATION Omaha 7, Charleston 1 Wichita 3. Mlnncapolh 2 St. Paul -,. Indiarupolii 1 Denver 12. l.ouisvi!lc • AMERICAN ASSOCIATION " '• ' W L Vlchiij M 12 Omaha . .. is 2!) lintirapolis 2fi 15 Denser ... . 16 19 St. Paul 2Z M Ch, Inilianapnli. 20 5n J/)!,,,,,,,, INTrRNATlON'Al, LKAr.UF, 1NTKRNATIOSAL LI:AGIK W. I.. y Rulfalo ... 20 13 (oiuinNus i lUrtnnoml . 2.1 15 Havana 1 > .2114 lloclip.-npr ' 15 19 .Monlrral J.Mays gives the best reason ad- ^a,vanced so far why it will cause discomfort to many if the Dodgers leave Ebbcts Field and Brooklyn. "I like to play in that park." says the Giant "star. "It's gonna kill me if I don't play there every year. • I hit balls in the Polo Grounds that mafce me cry. You have to change your style. But Ebbets Field ... man. that's different. Hit a good ball, and it's a home run. You never have to worry. Just smack it and it goes where it's supposed to go." When Nick AHrock of the Washington Senators appeared as a pinch hitter in a game on Oct. 1, 1933 he was .57 years old. AT ELI,I;RSLIE: •uptown ftc: nift n— 5 Ellrrilie nn-> $ryi x j Cecil. Luzlcr («. ctingerraan <() anrt Clingerman. Unier f4». Wislcr, Twain O 1 <3) and Twain La«ery. W'ale- (J>- WP—T. Lowery. LP—Luiier I1R—WaUman lEIlerslIe). AT LONACOXINC: Mt. L»na Gn F.merteX <7>. J. Clelty. DucXworl'h 161 _- . _M nils S—Ifi 15 3 'nine 010 111 Z— 6 13 1 n. Delfenbaueh f7> and Smith T (S) and Havencrafl. IVP—Greet Getty. AT KH05TBURG: Cotrixinillle .. -Murphy. Hardin. And Heebie. D. _ 141. Roatnelw <5) Broadwater, Marrij (S> and Carter. Sttveninn HI.' WT>_D Broadvvater. 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