Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 29, 1957 · Page 12
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Wednesday, May 29, 1957
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EVENING TIMES, OUMtiEftLANb, MD., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 12&Z Dial FA 2-4.600 for a WANt ."AD Ta Barrelville^ Zihlman In Pen-Mar Feature Tomorroiti HyiidiiiaiiV Firemen Go For Eighth Win In Row Hyndman has been the big winner in the Pen-Mar Baseball League, marking up seven wins without a loss. But (lie Firemen are getting competition from last year's pennant and playoff victors, Barrelville's Old Exports The two will collide Saturday. However, before that dale, Barrelville must gel by another up-coming club in the Zihlman Zippers. They clash tomorrow in the feature game of the Memo rial Day holiday. The .Old Exports have reeled oft four in a row since losing 14-11. in a hard-hitting battle to Wellersburg. Barrelville made Mt. Savage's Old Germans a 7-3 victim on Sunday to run its streak to four. Zippers Zip Back The Zippers, after getting away slow and losing three of their first four games, have come hack with a 9-< win against Wellersburg and a 13-8 decision at Flintslone. Barrelville holds down second place with ils s-l mark while Zihlman is at .500 in six frays and tied with CentreviHe for fourth. Hyndman will attempt to make it eight in a row tomorrow as the Firemen face Grantsville's not-so-potent Sluggers on the lal- ter's diamojid. Generally one ol the strongest clubs in the circuit, the Sluggers have been anything but that this far in the C, Player Of Day Ed .Robinson Gives Lesson To Detroit By International News Service Kddie Robinson, who knows how to bide his time, is teach- 1 Baseball Awaiting Dodger s\ Giants' Westward Ho! Shout Ortiz Favored In Tiff Tonight CHICAGO, I.Ti — Carlos Or CHICAGO—(AP)—The National League has opened Ihe 1 !^. Yor k, is an 8-5 favorite-to •• door to the Golden West for the New York Giants antTnighl to stretch his undefeated" Brooklyn Dodgers. - string Ihrough 24 bouts in a lo. v ; Each of the eight baseball club officials yesterday gave! lounrtcr with Felix Chiocea of. approval for this procedure: r~ —^~- £ - Pans, France. ~ • • The Chicago Stadium fight will be broadcast and televised - na- ^ "If New York and Brooklyn re their National League teams, quest consent before Oct. 1 to re- Nothing can be done about mov locale their franchises in San ing a franchise until Oct. ing the eager young Tigers ol lionally (ABC, 9 p.m., EST), jKrancisco and Los Angeles, re-jspecified lime limit to draft mi Orliz, 20, has scored nine knock inson his unconditional release] It is not known when or if al1 Possibilities." but the Cleveland Indians foundiPresidents Horace Stoneham of' room for the broad-shouldered (he Giants and Walter O'Mallc^Corts/ To Seek campaign. The Firemen ran the Grants- first baseman on their bench. He suddenly regained his batting eye and started getting hits. Yesterday, Hie six-foot-two, 215- pound Texan got the sweetest Ml of all. The Indians \ver Jin the ninth and [when of the Dodgers will shout: "Westward ho!" But it could be very tempting to do so. There was a ?39,500,000 bond issue election in Los Angeles yes- his recenl victories was over Teddy (Red Top) Davis. Heavy Damages PORTLAND, Ore.. (ft — The Oregonian reported last night that "it's no secret that the Coast 19 , clubs will seek heavy damages iti<d "~ "" ~ ~ it- i! J WINS HIPSLEY AWARD —George Stimmel. backfictd star of Forl Hill High's 1956 cily championship football team, is shown receiving the eighth annual James H. Hipslcy Memorial award at last night's all-sports dinner (or Sentinel athletes at Ihe Fort Cumberland Hotel. Making the presentation is Victor D. Itcisey, Fort Hilt principal. Billy lloeft. Robinson picked outjwilhin easy ul: a pitch lie liked and lined it'(own district. Fort Hill To Shoot For 'Double Crown 1 .Field. Coach Joe Carter's aggro-,placed by Clifford Preston, dur- been kicking aro Jgalion Ihus atoned for a 2-1 set-'ing the sixth inning bornbard-;' eagucs since I£ TJhack at LaSalle's hands earlier ment, was the loser. jyears out for mili COUNTY Blr.H SCHOOL LEAGUE STANDINGS ""~ »-"-*-IAWII m i^u^ .'iiigcit.5 ves- i . .,, Indians were losing, 3 lo a, terday which could provide means wl " se<?k hMvy <lami ninth and had a man on;to build a new city-owned stadi- the f aclflc Coast L c a E the left-handed swingerjum seating 60,000 in a eKM-acre'"'™ 0 ., by mvaslon b >' 'f (0 b3t acrain^t Citnttinamlnlnl nf thn f'r*.,-_ D-..: . ilOrS. Figlils Last Night 1S By The Associated PfM5 NEW ORLEANS Charlie NorHii, 191, Port Washington. N. Y., outpoint- Crowe Peelf, J66, Baton Rougt, 10. went to bat against southpaw!plot oF the "c'avez-Ravine area; binson picked outiwilhin easy distance of lh< t Ihe down- over the right-field screen at) San Francisco has a five-mil- Briggs Stadium for a home run lion-dollar fund earmarked for a Ihal gave Cleveland a 4-to-3 victory. Robinson slarled his pro career new sladium to entice the Giants. This is iji contrast to the Na. jtional League's pioneering fron- Fort Hill .... 11 Valley .,'.... t 1 ]-aSall« * Bnier i Mt. Sav I - — ...-,.,-- --.~^- ty +t*, „ flwj.lvi-1 (Ug lHJ«i- in 1939 with Valdosla of the'tier of the New York area con- Georgia-Florida League and hasisisting of outmoded Ebbets Field '""'• : "~ around the major of the Dodgers and the Giants' 1942 wilh three lo Grounds—both plagued by Bruce at Valley the campaign. j Ronnie Young of Valley andi o rT , 77 Fleegle made his season recorn Mike Lease and Ronnie Diebl of DFOWll 1 O 1 ilitary service. „.•.,. ... .„ , ' nP1 ° ""' the nct tarEetfor 's Fort Ymi s , Foil II 11 a s season recorn e ease an onne Diehl of 3-3 by scattering seven b ingles. ! Alkgany obtained two Mis each. He also upped his strikeout totalj licall Takes Fourth Place to 58 for the season. "Chazz" Imes' Coach Melvin Brown's Beall ' riple ^^.Mountaineers look possession of BALTIMORE. May 29 Ui -All- r . ,, o m.. 111 AIl-3lar 1 lit diamond aserwat on ctee diamond aggregate capture t lie. in cjiit-ji J a)l UIB uj aitis- ""'»HI-MJU D S6 1 tjiciinjii ^upiui en ville losing streak to three last the County High School League "Bobbv". """ * rpe ^.ounaneers loo possesson of BLTIMORE. May 29 Ui -All- baseball ? gS " '° , SPark the 1U ' Sav -i follrlh > >lace with a 6-6 record bylAmcrica football halfback Jimmy baseball age sluggers; Leroy Morris, John'dcfeating the Bruce Bulldogs, Brown is one of three Syracuse ° f the £ca " playcrs namcd lcda >' to lugge: . Bill also gi AI co (wo hi(s _ **•>•*«• . :til\ IU U11UU ItIM- 1 -"*- vji/i'uij. 111511 iji_iivui \4>_ti£U»-.i . ... p ll'-l-t Sunday with an 18-6 roul on the'championship yesterday when it ... ' ™ ","" s " |M Pennsy diamond. The Sluggers!™llcd to a 26-0 victory over Flint-', .,?£*!„?„„ ™S are just'a step out of (he cellar slol »e on the Aggies' diamond. i, .. c ."."$*• ! >V 0 ."- <1 "" with a '1-5 mark with Flintstone's to son series. Dave Richards, who had suffcr- (he Nflr , h ;|) game wilh Ihe Soulh on .Tune 7. Farmers holding eighth place on an 0-6 mark. • At Flinlslone • Jit. Savage, in! third with four wins and two defeats, will invade blanked.' td (hrce successive reverses, The game for senior lacrosse i.«i in; uiiiiuga, i>i.un.-u nine runs ca 'T)e through in fine style, hold- players will be plaved at night ... , Jin the sixth to defeat the Val- : '"£ lhe nome lcar n to seven hits on the Johns Hopkins field .:. ??" y L™" n . Cr " 11 ,, Campe J5i Ie y Black Knights. jwlrile firing the third strike past Brown was a midfielder on Syra- L.|len batsmen. The win. was hisjcuse's unbeaten lacrosse leam. Teammales chosen for the postseason game were Defenseman Hubert Bassett and Altackman , t j- ., ,-." "lautv ixillglll^. a lSO won, handing Valley a 9-31 coach Gene Shaw's aggrega- rouncm at Camobelo : ' .iuuuv.,,,£ ai ^ u ,,,, ;0 uuii>. but|(ir,n coupled five hits wilh two' sccond against four defeats. Lynn there are only two games re-| wa i kS| a hit balsman and h Morris failed to last two innings maimng and i-ort Hill boasts a.'errors in the big inning a<"i look the loss. I \vn-nnri-a.half.09 inn IA:,;! RniV.- ^ _ ... ° . _ P* n - «__ ,_ _ " — ",cti UIA in inC Dig inning aim *wn. uiv lusi. . iiuuLTL Dassetc iwo-and-a-half-game lead. Both; Gcorge IIale d hj ' Richards accounted for two of Paul O'Donohue. Inr r.lmnprc nnrl K^nluiolo , . _ , . . .. .:.:.. i ._ _ ... _. . ., ,ow - = -•-•- .-— , , vjrargc tiaie made Ins season J -— •-• • ••« —, ^. while Ccn-:l"c Campers and Sentinels l]ave. r(!C()| . d M bv , ossi|lg a fi v . e . h ji ter j:i;s team's ciglit hits while Bob Also named today to (he Norlh .UM records m r,tv nl»v ™A th,« ,- . ,. - [am ^ cight |Ahcrii garnered two safeties for -quad were Defeuseman Marc In coasting lo their easiest vie- . „ .. - ... ------- ... '9T of the .season, the Sentinels Mi. s start at 2:30. p.m. . •The league also has busy weekend schedule with four con tests Saturday and four Sunday. In addition to the Hyndmari-at- BarrelviUe clash, will be Grantsville at -, Flintstrine, Wellersburg al Mt. Savage and Zihlman at Centrewlle Saturday. Sunday's cord has Ml. Savage being host to Hyndman. Granls- vilte invading Barrelville, Centre- viHe traveling to Flintstone and ., extended (heir winning streak to' record ll-l. the lone Zihlman bracin. by Wellersburg. for an invasion The weekend tills also-start at Germans And Hermans Clash This Evening L . • The Old Germans and Hermans tangle today in the City Soflhall . at Allegany Field, while ' Exporls battle K of C at Stitcher Field. Both tilts are to begin al 6:15. Ihe losers. AT CAMPOBEtlO Allctiaj . . making _ their season|j'ii1'/ jb An B n 1 coming at the hands of Allegany Seventh TUt« Fort Hill lias finished in first pJace seven tidies in Ihe 19-year history of the league. Teams coached by Cavanaugh have won five titles oulright in 1941. '42, '48, '55 and '57, while sharing honors with LaSalle in 1913 and 1S36. Beall has finished on top six times, including a tie for the setback; 110 " |Bishie]ds Ftccglp p 42 MorKan AS ; Burkelt 1£ . C.Iass rt l.ybar'er Ib 1 Imes no* If 2 0 0 2 Wil Z M'Cr'vj p 1 0 2 GarlitL 2b 3 0 1 Bahen rf J 0 1 Iltcnard Jb 3 0 - Green p 1 TOTALS 31 9 .14 ft. Sj>r*(e LaSalle " 2h hits—Kli I 0—9 TOTALS 27 ...: 2M ... (MVt ftftl p—I arsons. 3b hils— * SIf—Ifott, Morri; Preston p DO 0 U'il?ett« is- 3 1 irale p 2 I TOTALS 2; 3 5 TOTAI.S 26 9 e singled Jor Krlte, crown with Hynriman in 1955. Allan Largent wielded -'the whitewash brash for the champs' in yesterday's game, Jiolding tho ; "' Aggies to four singles and strik-. s Errors—Garliti, .Lennox. Murray 2, P arsons. Lsbarjter. -Morgan. DP—Mc- Orecvy ID Richard. Parsons to Garlitz BR—McCrretvy I. SO-FJrc S I? 10. Mc.,--.-- 3 ' Grren 2. LP—McGiKvy. U—J. Gcali »nti Ansellatla. AT H.1NTSTOXK Flmtitona in .£ out to gnin his sccond-noy" AH B I! ' tl o 2 3 Allijna c 3 2b 3 .1 2 M'Phail !( < 2 Hcav'er si 3 . , 4 Mann 3b p 3 . [Hllleeas 3b s 3 2 ITb'le 3b.p 2 Slonaker 3b 1 0 0 Cli'man cl 2 Weaver er 5 3 l Bible Ib 2 Fort Hill battered the offerings £,5 S °™ " 5 4 2 '%$'-?™ I " S 3 1 41 26.21 TOTAM 25 '"fc ""' <.*£"( <" B"' tf "^^ .Tt^t-OJIU;Rov ?s ttin against no defeats. Ted Rob- woicorf c inette obtained Iwo of the cellar- SUL'AV. *', 1 AB R n .321 Rncf el . 0 Marriott Vf 3 0 ShooV If oo — -- . . 2 Diehl Ib ^ i LJohn'D cf 3 0 0 I.caie 3b ( l -auder Ib 3 0 0 Johnson c 3 1 C.MetU H 201 Kel'm'o ri 2 0 M.Metts rf 2 0 0 Erode :i 1 Muir c 301 Walter rf 0 " p 3 0 0 De'mer. 2b 2 Jazich of }lofstra, .Midfielde, Tony Brookleman of Williams and vlidtielder Paul Hastings of New riampshire. txn 2b hils—C. JMcllJ/ You Diehl. DP-K. Johnson. «„,„,„ urlu Lauder. BB—FaienbaVer 3. Hale. 4 SO "—-^baVc^ 3, Preston 1, Hale 8. Hit Ml Brucp ic-k , off Fazcnfaaker. 6 i inninjs; ofi Preslon .1 in «^ innings. Hit by — bj- H»le IWarnickl: by F»i»rrbak( (Deremer>. U—Mason and Minnicka. AT WESTERNroKT " Rruct AB R n AB R t«rs <-f 3 0 O Morris p 40 If 40] Eearri ts 41 I Uer If 31 t Ahero Ib-p 3 dwellers' safeties. 0 4 ^11 tlL^-p o :ollect-|f"»i>ione ; i»,i to> 2b hit*—llillejfas. Hammond, Lewi: JirEent. Errors—Roy mmo f, . Hits ott 'itrhei i u.a. of three Flintstone pitchers ior! L »'«':"> v The Old Gees have registered; 2 ! safeties. Gary Wolford led the F ™ T ,^ a pair of wins in as many tries' 21 ' 3 ^ 'or the Sentinels, collect-'" with a 6-3 decision against Blue '"S four hits in five trips to send Ribbon Bakery and 8-2 trimming'' 1 ' 5 average soaring to .488. The of Old Exports. The Hermans r ' orl "'" receiver look over the dumped On.' Exports, .12-3, in lcn S" e baling leadership with 20 ,, ,,. „„„„,„,„ m their only game. |'" ls i(1 41 l 'n' es al bat. Ronnie'.^" 1 !'"" (pitched to three batier.o: Exports have Ihe Iwo ICISFCS (o' Diehl - of Allegany, dropped inlo| B o" t ". u-.a'mmtroan^'j'', show for action thus far wilh thej 50001 " 1 P lace wilh an average of Caseys making their first slart.|-^ 31 - j -lim Slinson and Jim Hammond • - garnered three hits each and > '-;-<•• Tommy Shaw, Thurl Roy, Walter Hillegas. Donnie Lewis and Lar- genl hil safely twice. 1 LaSalle Halted Wayne "Lefty" Fleegle crack- [ ed LaSalle's three-game vie- > tory string by pitching the Mt. •Savage Indians to a 9-1 decision . <ncr the Explorers at Stitcher OjAndcrso yn 2b Graven 3b 0 0 Wilson is Stages Ib Andrews r( 3 Richards p i TOTALS 30 ef o a 3 1 1 Wil'n 2b Ib .. 3 1 I nuthrte rf 3 1 1 CTem 3b-!b 2 1 2 R.Wilson c 3 6 8 TOTALS 27 aw noo ooo His - —. ...... Ahern. Wilson. Etrars— Wilson, Heard. Iser. DP—Bc-ard: Wllki7i.ion <2>. LOB-Brut« 1. Beall 6 R B Aherrt 4. Richards 1. SO—Morris hern 8. Richards It). Hits o[f Mor- 5 in ] 3 i inninfs; Ahfrn, 3 in j'j -is*. Hit by pitcher—Richard.! (Benncun by Morris (StaR$s>. Losine pitcher—.Morris. U — .N'orthcraft and Reynolds. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION' '^har.etfoa 3. B.rmlcKham 2 ^If>bi^e 4, Memphis 1 1-iltte Rock t, N'evr Oritini 0 N*ashv»!« 5. Allanta 4 !o n«Don't Say HI Test Say SUPER SHELL Diilnbutor Cumberland Oil Go, EnVall, Mo 1 . Piion* PA 4-0909 idequale parking facilities d soon-to-expire leases. Ml this would seem that the essure is on the New York hers to do something pronto in e way of providing new playing es if they don't want to los< , HOI.I.YWOOn. Calif.--Jom mis Co- Illa-.tero, J26. [jii Anzele*. stopped Jtlrhar- Mo Pajarito Morero. 12J, Mexico A story by Don McLeod. «rinru.- _l_ll — _ — lews editor, said Joe 7.iegler,i general manager of the Portland Beavers of the Coast League, would not say what damages the Portland club \vould seek. 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