Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 29, 1957 · Page 13
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PialfA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Outdoor Club Rolls To Sixth Straight Win ROCKING CHAIR IEAGUE W L W 1 nuttjoor CluS 6 OFUttburtf PG 3 3 V.F-W 4 1 Moose ....... 2 J B.P.O, Eiji» .5 anitufi i « K. ofC 3 3 Celar, ( . se .... 0 I The first month of play in the Rocking Chair Softball League i; history and if the rest of the sea son follows the same pattern seven teams will be battling for the dubious honor of trying to slop Outdoor Club in tho playoffs, f| The defending champion went Into the seventh Jnning of yes today's game with Pittsburgh Plate Glass at Stilcher Field on the short end of a 3-2 score but sent seven runs across the plate to register a 7-3 win. The victory was the sixth without a defeat for Cecil Grimes' outfit. Meanwhile, Knights of Colum bus, cellar-dwellers for the pas few years, continues to be the surprise club of the league. The Caseys punched over a single ton in the bottom of (he seventh to edge Loyal Order of Moose for the -second straight time and . moved into a fourth-place lit with PPG. Vets Take Second Veterans of Foreign Wars sup planted the Elks in second place by whipping the BPOE team, 9-6 at Campobello and m the even ing's other contest Hitter's AC pounded out an easy 16-2 decision over Celanese on the loser's dia mo nd. Ted Durbin's double and PeL. Elliott's single accounted for the Outdoor Club's first three runs in the seventh, but the champ went on to add four more tallies to the cushion. Elliott, who relieved Glen Kauffman in the fifth, got credi for his third straight win, Ron nie Cage and Grimes each ha< two doubles to pace the Outdoo attack, while Elliott whacked ; v pair of singles. Bub Frye col Iccted three hits for Pitlsburgl Plate. Gene Scaletta, although walk Ing len, went the route as th Caseys emerged on the long ent of (he score. The Moose tallied three times afler two hands wen retired in the top of the sevent] lo tie the score at 0-all. but Joi Nolan and Mickey Clark crackci successive doubles with one dow: in (he last of the final frame ^ nail down the win for the Knights McCrecvy Slars At Bat Elmer Furlow beat-out a bun to load the sacks for the Moos in the seventh and Hcrrpa Lewis, who had walked the firs three times at bat, hit a trickle that tallied two runs. John Espo sito then singled home two mor Moose markers. Bob McGreevy, Casey first baseman, was the game's batting star with'a brace of three-bag- gfft; while Joe Becker homered lor the Moose. Each team left .13 runners stranded. Jim An- £ gcllalta, last of three Moose pitchers, was tagged with the defeat. Three double plays helped VFW EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD^ WEDNESDAY, TUOPHY WINNER — The Women's Golf Association of the Cumberland Country Club opened Us 1957 competitive season yesterday with Mrs. Albert Eskin (above) topping the field to capture the Edgar Vandegrift Memorial Trophy. The event, for players with 25-plus handicaps, attracted 32 entries and Mrs. Esbin posted a net of 66 with 96-32. Major League Night Boxscorcs Pirate* 3, Dodgers 2 Phils 16, Giants 6 b a * BROOKLYN- Gilliim 2b 5 2 4 5 fi 1 3 5 - 5340 Furillo rf 52)0 4 1 12 1 s i: i e 2 o 3 i 0000 2000 Himmer 4b 5 2 1 4 N'u combe p t I 0 0 Libia t y 0000 PITTSBURGH M'ztr'skl 2b \ 1 S 5 i Ih Cimoli U »Ne»l Clemente rf 5 1 1 0 Ttoomas II Frctic 3b FoiUs e . . _ . Pritchanl is 2 1 H 5 bP.Smiih Baker 11 Kriend p 1000 T«l»I* « 1] ill 11 2002 -. 1100 Fuibty p 0000 Arroyo p o 0 0 o 1101 a—Ban lor Campanula in 6th. b—J*opj>ed up lor Prilchard In Zth. c—Singkd for Fiirnd f n Rih. roofctro 001 CW> 010 00—2 lilibofib 000 (Hft 010 01— 3 R—Kccie. Qmoh. Ctemente. Frees*, act. E--Rf*M!, PritchanL RB—Cimoli Bce« :wwr«i on Priuhard's error*. Foiles, Fondy (Face scored on Reel's •rror). 2B—CiIHam, Frees*. HR—ClroolL S—Max«ro&ki. DP— Hodjes and RMSP, _ .-ratM, Frilthara and Skinner; Priith- *rd, Mazcroskl and Skinner. Left—BnxiV- _ It, J'iitw>ur«b t. BB—Ntwcorabc 1. Friend t. Face 1, SO—New combe 3. . 1, Arroyo 1, Face 3. Do—Newcombe 10 in 10 1-3. LabJne o in 0. Fri«nd 11 ia 8. Pytk*)- 0 ia 1-3. Arroyo 0 in 1-3. Face 2 In 3 ]-3. R-ER—Ntucorabc 3-!. Friend J-2. PnrXcy 0-0, Arroyo 0-0. Face 0-a IIBP-By PurKey (Gilliatnl 'oiks. U'—Face <2-3). L—New com be U—Biker. Dascoli, Sccory* Landcs, T—3:*t A—13Ji9, Asfibum cf 54-50 llamc«r 2b 5 2 < 1 Hepalsii If 6 3 < 0 Bouthe< Ib S I 5 0 Jonej Sb 4202 Katacjkl 3b 1 0 l o Lopala c 5 3 1 L Bowman rt 6120 _ . K'nAndei ss * 0 2 3 1020 ma!!ty 13 0 0 0 l Braves l y Redlegs 0 ' turn back the Elks, giving"Chug'' cincia»u Aman his second win. Walks lo Fred Comer, Phil Rcusche] and Porter and hits by Harry Minnicks, Perk Kobinetle and Billy Dean and Morgan netted five runs in the sixth inning and enabled the Vets to come from behind and grab the decision. Dean and Morgan shared four of the Vets' nine hits while Lou Baker, Jim Gaffney, Roy Wangus and "Tag" itecl had tu-o hits each for the Elks. Perk nobinelte featured at the hot corner for VFW with ten assists. Marshall Barb turned in a two- hit pitching performance as Hitter's won their first game. "Skonfc* for-foiir. . _..„ .„ Koelker blasted homers and Morgan starred afield. Coffman made several nice running catches in left field for the Silks and also banged a two-bagger, AT CELANESK FIELD KUIer'i ; ,XW !]! 5— IS 1« t C*l>neie ... Wt WO 0— t 3 3 Bub and Rider. Kitnhofcr and \Vol fo;d. AT CAMFOBELLO; R.F.O. Elks J KO IS« 0—6 10 I v.r.w. ....: Mt «a j—9 a 3 Klaruhn. Underdoiik <6> and PeJ3C*. Aman and Dean. LP—Klavuba, AT STITCHER F1EUX Oatdo^r Clnb ««0 <W ~ —? |t 2 FilUturgh ri»le ., WO ,ttXI 0—3 » : G. Kauffman. F.lU^lt f5) anrt Cape "Thompson und Fr>e. WP—Elliott. HR— V, Johnson < Outdoor "' ' Yanks 8, Red Sox 5 f.\\' YORK 101 OiO «X> 3~* 13 ; BOSTON IV COO 001 0—5 9 . HO InninRs) L-ancn. Ditmar (3) inrf Howard iton, DELOCK. (€1 and Daley, While H R—Willi a ms (Boitoo >, Zimmerman had four"Ace" Comer and Bob White Sox 3, A's 1 •CANSAS CITY ... &00 1» 000—1 6 1 rillCACO 200 100 OOx—3 S COLEMA.V, Burnctfe (It, MeDc. molt <;> and Smith; Fischer and R—SmlLh 'Kinsjj City). AT PA Moa'te SIDK: 3M 111 «1 150 5—* Jt 2 f— 10 Irt ^ ...., K. of C. /. Wade, Nilar.d . Uly». ScalttU «n4 liarrirn LP— ArjolIatM. HR— Aw BecVrr (Moose). Baseball (Continued from Page 12) The Orcgonian also said, "sev cral sources prwftct^d that th Coast League might become re slrictcd lo the Pacific Northwest.' The unnamed sources said thai with Los Angeles find San Fran cisco oul of the league, the Holly wood team would fold, and San Diego and Sacramento might als the newspaper said . PUytr ^ Qrt 0 In this case the coast league's wuna m j,~ Boston.. 3* 4 3 J 1 OCoa>ll 4 2-2 t> Mahiilla 4010 A iron rl 4370 Tafto li 4170 Tftomson o i* i 0 0 4 3001 Torre Ib Crandall c Spihnp abb rtl 3 0 3 5 b 3 0 0 3 2030 3 0 1 0 i 3 1 7 0 3022 3 1 3020 til li i elpbU 413 030 iOO—: «« Vork OM C-» Mi— R—.Aihbarn 3> Itamner, Rfpalski 3, Bou anclcz. Miller 2, Schocndifnit. Katt : lodgers 2, Cansztgn, E—Bodjer* Z :BI—Rtpuliki 3. Jenes 3. Schoendienr . .\SiUer 3, Aihbum, Hamaer, Lopata 3 U>clcman. ilays. IBouche* scored as Lo it* hit Into doubkplay in 1st. Ashbur wcred on Rodttrs' error in second). 2B- -opata S^AsKburn 2. H R—Schoendiecisl •r. Schw^diensl and Lockman; Hamner emandei and Bouchee. Ltlt-^PMIade «a 5. New York 7. SB—Sanford 4. Mi ~r 2. Consuegra 1. Ridrik 2, Margoneri 3 O—Miller 1, Kidzik J, llarjoneri 1. Me. Corraick 2. I!0—Sinford 3 in I 1-3, 3Jil>r In 7 2-3, Atuccelli 4 in 0 Ifaced liters in 1M), Cona-jeirra 4 in 2 2-3 : diik 1 Sa 1 1-3. M a rtoneri € faced 3 batten In 71h>. Griwom 2 in HcCormick 0 in 2. R-ER-Sanford l-\ . -, v.m - ormick 0-0. HBP—By AnlonelK (Boa hce>. \VP— Sanford. IV— Miller (1-1) *moaelli (3-S>. U— Coclan. Do^atelli, more. Smith. T— 2:t7. A— <jr?, i—Ran {of Cro^e in 9ih, .W» PM flU—| R—Thorason. E—O'Owacll. RBI—Torre. B—Rohlcion. 3B—Ttornwn. DP—Lopan. Spaha a, R-ER—Gross 1-1. Spaha 0-fl. P—Gross. \V~Spahn (S-2). L—Cross 4-1 J. L ; —Crawford, Vrnroa, Bailanfant, Spcakc ft ianks 3I> Indians 4, Tigers 3 CLEVELAND .... WO 200 C01—4 * DKTHOIT IXM IH) 200—3 6 MOSSI. Narlukl <9> and Hesan. Na aeon: HOEFT, Sleater (91 and WU«n HR—Boon*. Tmtle (Detroit); Robi son (Cleveland*- lla;or Pacesetters By International News 5c;>ice NATIONAL LEAGUE fRixd on 100 offklif at b>U> yer »nd Clob G AB R H Tel lia!, St. I^ui.s.. 5S US 2* 53 .IK. _ . jinjon, Cin'nati K ISS 33 « .35. Croat, 1 T ittsbur«h 32 128 15 45 .35: HOME RUNS-Aaron OMwaiAeel U: Moon tSL Loals). 19 arjfl Musia (St. LouijV, 9. ^ R\JNS-Aaron <MiluauXce'». 33. ItlTS-Ro&inson (CinclTir.ati). SS. DOUBLKS— Ho^V (Cincinnati) »m Jusial (St. I*mis), 13. TR(PL£S—MAVI (New York>, 4. RUNS BATTED IN—FurilTo fBroo* l>n> and Aarnn IMil^aukcc). 33: Mui ial <S(. Ixiuls'. 31; Hoafe and Robinw STOLEN* BASES—Mays (New YorVl 15; Tfinple (CincJnnaii). 7 and Gillian PrTCHlXG~(BaKrt on Tnost %»ina>- lArkson l St. Lculs>, 6-1 and Gomr New Yorfc>, 6-21 AcXrr (CincSnnait irrt Santonl (Philai1e1ph1a>. .VI; spah: ind Burdcttc iMiiwaufcctl, S-2; Gro* and dale ,.,. <BrooV1yn). -M. STRrKEOirrS—Pic-rvo (Chicago), 41. o AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING . <Cincinnalit and Dry t Brooklyn. >, 4-1 and Nern comi p Lller p 1000 2101 h'ttt' YORK abb o a Scn'd'iut 2b 4 l l 4 McCorm'k p 0 0 0 cjabj'iki 100, Lockman Ib 4 1II0 -Mayscf 4 1 Rhodes if 4 0 1 t itaeiler rf 4 J Spencer u 4003 Katt c 225 Rodgers 3b < 2 2 Anloaelli p 000 Consuegra p 0 0 0 Ridii); p 0 0 0 C aHarrii 1 o 0~C Ma/goneri p 0 0 0 Gctzsom p 000 bCasiTn 2b 1 0 1 —fouled ool for t>— Grounded out fo lid/Jk ia 4th. Griasom ia 7tb. lariiiisburg Plays Wcirlon Tonight MULLENS, W. Va.—WT-A lange in the schedule for the pening games of the State High School Baseball Tournament will ind Clear Fork against East ank in the first game at 1 p. m. -£T today and Greenville against jQgan at 3:30 p, in. In other first round games, both ?t for tonight, Weirton will play lartinsburg and Buckhannon r ill meet Ripley. Cards 5, Cnbs I ST. torts »bho BUi'ame Ib 3 2 2 Park S3 * 3 1 Masial Ib 307 Moon [f Jii Boyer 3b +01 n'h'mri 423 H.SiniUi c Kafko 3b Jactsoa p 309 A 1 1 302 abb s • < o i i < I 3 0 4104 •>ong Ib * 1 13 1 ''oryn r ' 4010 "mapa If 3 i i o <e*ni« c 3 I l l -UUtH u 2032 iUjJis 1 0 0 0 iVjse ss 0010 :)r>b'.«ky p 2 0 0 2 JlllerM p 0 0 0 0 jfiolccr 1000 3n>f-r;aa p 0000 Tol»Li 3! S II IS TolJls 31 S 27 J i—Crccinlcd oat for LittrelJ jn Bcb. b—Grounded out for Littlcfield in Sth. L L«nls .....'.......'*.'.\\iw> «;Q HX- fcarn, IL Smiti. Kuko. Iv— Wis*. RB! llusdal. CcrLnln?ham. Dark 1. Walls iMoon scored on Wiw'« error in Sih ^am. DP—LOHE. Li«r«!l and Lent. Lcft- rhicaso «. St. LO-JIS 7. BB~Drabows> I. Brnsnan 1, SO--~Jackfan E. HO—Dr &o*«ky 7 in 6 2-3. uttlelitld 0 in 1- Broman 2 in i, R-ER—Drabowtky 4- Litllcfiel4 0-0. Brouian 1-0. JacKson 1- rt '—Jackson (6-1). L—Drabff«-s)ty t:-j U—BOJCCGAI, Gorman. DiJton. Barkha T-I-.W. A—«JM. Manttc k New York 35 An R 118 2t US 30 Rcrtola, Dtlroil.. 31 ins ll 37 HOME HUN'S—Williams fBoslonl Sicvcrs t \VashitiRlOTi). Z*mail <K^ ,*prth\vest cities — Portland Ai v attle and Vancouver. B.C.— might be forced to rortn a cir ••- cuit including teams in such cities c«J)"ai,j i ix\; as Spokane, Salt Lake City, Ta-i s fci'" 'Kansas cii>>. r. coriia and possibly Denver. Ed- SHM 5 -"??"* '*<« v»vki. 30. niontoii, Calgary or Victoria. "Such a league probably would be of AA or A classification," the T(t, .«? .371 .355 . 11: newspaper said. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toro n to Miami 18 Columbus ., Havana .... Rochester Montreal .. BttlfAlo 8, Toronto 5 Rochester <, Montreal Richmond 4, Coluinous •Minml S. Hnvinl 4 "Ten tunings. l1ITS-WUll>m> rBostonV 48 DOUBLES—Plews (W»shitl|rtOTi>. 13. TftlPLES—Simpson tKansas C\lv>. 4 RUNS BATTED IN-S!c*cr« (Wajh. .-iKtoti), 33; Doby <Chlcago) and \Verti (Cleveland). 24; Minoso (ChleaRo). Tuttle (Detroit), Jensen (Boston) and Mantfe (Xew York). 33. STOLEN 1 BASES—L-indl! (Chieaso). : Francona (BaltEmorc) and Mtnoso Oilcaeo). J; Apariclo (ChicftKo). jersall (Boston) and Pilarcik (Baltimore). 4. PITCHljVfi—IBa5erf on most wins!— Pierce (Chicago). 7-1; Maas (Detroit). 67 and Brewer (Boston). 6^3: TnicXs (Kansas CiLV).^;; Grim (New York) and Wilson r^Kico), 5-2 and Wynn (Ceveland*, S^' STRIKEOUTS—Awyo (Pidaiiursh), 4.5 ST. GEORGE Motor Company UR FRIENDLY FORD OEAlEil fO OVER A QUARTER Of A CENTUR OPEN EVENINGS 'til 9 South Ctnlr« al Solen and Rout. 40 til WinchiHir Roarf appmg (Continued from Page II) nd Joe Bolt,' LaSalle reserve cond baseman, arrived shortly lei-wards to line off the field nd Neun spent quite, a bit of .,- i with th'e two youngsters aching them a few "tricks of e trade." «. The affable Yankee scout, by e way, is responsible, for in- oducing soccer into AUegany junly high schools, coming here s a young man in 1920. He also ficialed area games for several s afterwards. Neun understands the prob- ms of a sports reporter, having orked during the off-season on ; Baltimore Evening Sun for years. He finally gave up the ork in 1947 when he took over manager of Cincinnati. War- Giles, president of the Na- onal League who was then rexy of the Redleg club, told un it would be wise for him discontinue his sports writing a variety of reasons. Johnny, who managed in the inors for ten years, piloted the edlegs to a fifth-place finish '47. but was succeeded in the liddle of the following season r BuckyWalters. And what <eam does Mr. Neim expect to win the American League pennant this year? Why, the Yankees of course. Yogi Berra's slow start doesn't eem to bother Johnny, "I've :cn Berra get away liKe this be>re," he said. "But you can bet e'H be right up Ihere among he baiting leaders before the tason is over." Vaudegrift Trophy Won By Sirs. Eskin -Mrs. Albert Eskin won the :dgar Vandegrift Memorial Tro hy yesterday when she posted a et score of 98-32—66 in a gol otirnament held at the Cumber ndl Country Club for women with -handicaps of 25 and over. "Turty-lwo members participat- d. Players wilh handicaps helow -S parlicipated 'in a worst hole ourney and the winner was Mrs. Henry A. Johnson with a net 83-28—57. LITTLE SPORT THIRTEEN jpahii (Continued from Page 11) iecond after Red Schoendiensl.hit a grandslam homer, was the win- ler and he also hit a two-run lomer. Jackson was making only his bird start in two seasons but he litched five-hit ball to chalk up lis sixth straight victory oE the ;ear. The righthander had a one lit shutout until the eighth inning. Joe Cunningham homered or the Cards off loser Moe Dra- wwsky and Wally Moon extended his hitting streak to 21 games. Fischer outlasted three Athletic pitchers to record his third win in four decisions. The only'run off him was Hal Smith's homer. The White Sox hit Kip Coleman 'or a pair of runs in the- first 'nning. Ted Williams tied the game for Boston in the ninth by hitting his llth homer. The Yanks scorec their three runs in the tenth ai the expense of Ike Delock. An Ditmar was the winner. Mickey Mantle paced the 13-hit Yankee attack with two doubles and two singles. Robinson's pinch homer' off Billy Hoeft gave the win to Don Mossi. Detroit's three runs off :he Indian southpaw were on lomers by Ray Boone and Bill Futile. Three Yanks Bag Wins In British Golf FORMBY, England W -. Three )ut o£ four Americans won their burth round matches in the Brit- sh Amateur Golf Championship oday and earned places in the ast 16 in the tournament. One strong challenger, Jimmy McHale, was eliminated. Gene Andrews, former US, pubic links champion from Pacific Palisades, Calif.; Dale Morey.'U, S, Walker Cup player from Jndi anapolis, and Harold B. Ridgeley Air. Force master sergeant frort Haverford, Pa. were the winners. . Andrews beat H. V. S. Thomson of Scotland 4 and 3. Morey, run ner - up in the 1953 . American amateur championship, defeate; Frank Fawcett'of England 5 anc 4. Bidgeley whipped Dr. F. W. G Deighton of Scotland, 2 up. Charlie Stowe, English veteran eliminated McHale, 1 up. Deputy United States marshals have the power to make arrests teglort To Practice Candidates for Cumberland's merican Legion baseball team •ill practice tomorrow, 2 p.m,, I Stitcher Field. ieii Loefflcr Quits COLLEGE STATION, Tex.— L\S> — Texas AIM basketball oach, Ken Laeffler, center of Only One Softball lice Game On Tup South • End 'Merc!),-"-'* . , , — j,. _. ouuui harges of recruiting violations Cray's Tavern, holh l^ a i,l lle , . A . sgics ... b >' tllc tangle tins n i K asl Si:'o CAA, resigned his position yes erday. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE San Francisco S, Sacramento 0 San Diego 3, Los Angeles n Vancouver 5. Hollywood 4 T Portland 6. Seattle 'l Field in the lono Oily lice Softball League conlest carded. Game time is 0:15. Merchants are knotted with Western Maryland Railway and Sports Slioppe for first place with a 2-0 mark. Gray's Tavern has won its only outing with a 6-3 decision over Post Playground Monday evening. The Merchants racked up National Guard, 12-5, in their last start. SOMERSET CO, SADDLE HORSE ASSM. HORSE SHOW JUNE 2,1957 MEYERSDALE FAIR GROUNDS OPEN TO EVERYONE Twilight Winners Play Non-Winners All the winning teams lake on non-winners this evening in the ""wilight Baseball League. Bar Ion will be host to Wright's Crossing, Zihlman is invaded by! Lonaconing and Midland takes on Firuel at home. Ail the host learns won their opening games on Monday. 'eskin Disposes Of Another Champ Morton "Sonny" Peskin dispos- d of anolher former champion vhon he defeated Russell Ponfon •eslerdsy, 2 up on the ISlh, and idvanced to the semi-fmal round f the championship night in the spring handicap tournament at he Cumberland Country Club. Peskin's opponent in the semi- Inal bracket will be Ed Mattingly, another ex-champion. In a fourth flight match Ed Vullan defeated Harold Marx, and 4. Phils To Drill Phillies of the Dapper Dan -eague will praclice tomorrow, 9:30 a. m., at East Side Field. TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 8, Shrcveport 3 Sin Antonio 3. Tutsa 2 Houston 3. Dallas 1 Oklahoma City I. Austin 0 fTT WouJil Yoor fiucmess be Safe if your partner di«i? Would you for OD« of many reasons be forced into liquidation? Sound, AtUnlk Life buiioess protection can keep you and your business * goinj; concern. Ast No,!,,, I B. O'DONNELl IDS . liberty Si. Dial PA 4-2&30 ATLANTIC LIFE Insurance Company Wore than a Half Century o/Serric* and simple Why is Seagram's 7 Crown America's favorite whiskey year after year? The answer ia sure and simple. Pleasure! In every bottle, every drink, every time! OF AMERICAN WHISKEY AT ITS FINEST ifVH, KH V0« CitV. EIUDE3 WHISKEY, S6 HOC?. 65=4 KM KEKiH SPiJITS.. because it's POUR IT TASTE IT Notice its sparkling clarity .T. makes your mouth water just to look at it! Roll it on youf tongue. Let it slide down your throat. Man! LOVE IT Mountain Water ^ . . makes \J | Q the difference Incomparably smooth. Refreshing! Makes you happy to be alive! ort i

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