Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 18
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Cumberland, Maryland
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EIGHTEEN KVKNING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957 Dial 1>A 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Victory First And Last At Indianapolis For Hanks California "^'-PWi^'' 'n* : ^ ~~ w™- e -*i w • iT"™, rV4T _ . ' , ^ mKsSS^J • f •'•^TiS I '***•' T- ' < With Smith Heisey Re-Elected CVAL Driver Sets mmmr ** m/ • *- ' T *""* A ^* • •^ E «- -«^ »•» J Record Pace Of 135.601 By HOMF.KT MOONEV INDIANAPOLIS-UN'S) - Sam Hanks. Ihe lanky daredevil from Pacific Palisades. Calif,, who shattered all records in winning the 500-mile Memorial Day auto race, said today that he'll keep his promise to his wife not lo enter the Indianapolis classic again. The 42-year-old veteran who won the $300.000 race yesterday In Hie slunning average of 135.601 mil';s per hour in 3 hours 31 minutes and 14.25 seconds vowed after Hie race thai "I'm all done." It was Hanks' ]2th attempt at motor racing's most coveted honor and a rich reward for the dust-begrimed driver who finish-,., ed second to Pat Flaherlv last"! year. To Finish Out Contract "I'll finish out the year on mv contract racing stock cars." he said, "and I'll probably gn lo Monza for that race. Bi'it (hat's' all. The next time 1 see this! track, it will be from the grand-' stand." I Hanks drove his canary yellow Belond Exhausl Special around the 2',i mile track almost a fi five miles faster than the record of 130.840 set in 1954 the late Bill Vukovich. He was dogged almost the I lap by Jim Rathmann, who fin-! NEW YORK. <.f, — Harold Jo!: lined second, just 20 seconds be-json, an experienced boxer on Wiffi Smith Paces Field At Virginia VIRGINIA BEACH. Va., tfl — Four of the seven leaders, includ- Prexy, Haines Gets Post Corriganvillc, trailing by a game-and-a-half. clashes with Victor D. Heisey, Fort Hill High. School principal, was P"^Wcllersburg 'in the County re-elected president of the Cumberland Valley Athletic Softba11 Lcag " e today ' Gorge, .Wcllersburg In Top Cuunly Tilt League at a dinner-meeting Wednesday in the George! Wollcrsburg is undefeated In "«6«<= <" -",„„«!-mcBiing weunesuay in me uc<jnje jroll| . a(lcmnts whne the c • Washington Hotel, Berkeley Springs. Dr. W. Ardell Haines, ! j lav c been trimmed twice in four ing front-running Wiffi Smith of principal of Allcgany, was clccl- ?L ^!' *J!?J!.-' ™? ''If? '" «> secretary-lrcasurer and C. R. DOUIil.E PLKASURE FOR SAM—Sam Hanks, who picked up the chips yesterday by his victory in the 500-mile auto race at Indianapolis, is flanked by bis wife. Alice, (left! and movie actress Cyd Cliarisse who kissed him on Ihe cheeks even though he was covered with grime. Hanks, of Pacific Palisades. Calif., won his first 500-mile race in 12 starts by setting a record pace of an average 135.601 miles per hour. (AP Pholofas) '^Heavyweights ICiash Tonight astj ~ hind Hanks. Hanks staged with Kalhmann a red-hot of Miami. |comeback, and Clarence Ilinnant young slugger on the Wood, Sin-ash Cop Tourneys At Maplehursl Mazeroski Fined For Missing Ball the featured foursome here today in the third round of the five- day $12,000 Virginia Beach Round Robin Golf Tournament. Miss Smith fired a one-under- par 70 over the 6,065-yard Cavalier course yesterday to pick up 26 points and boost her 36-hoIe otal to 37 points—16 in front of vj •unnerup Betty Jameson of San Antonio, Tex. Although she gained just two points in her foursome yesterday vith a 76. Miss Jameson re- nained in second place for the second day. Fay Crocker of Montevideo, Uruguay, had a two- under-par 69 yesterday for the lay's best round and moved into third place with 18 points. In the 90-hole marathon, in which Ihc winner gets $1,500, a player gains a point for eacli itrokc she loses to an opponent. Before the tourney is over, each of the 16 players has met each of the others. Today's featured foursome paired Miss Smith <142 and 37 points for 36 holes); Miss Crocker (145 and 18); .Mary Lena Faulk of Thomasvillc. Ga.. (147 and 11); and Kathy Cornelius of Dayton, Ohio (148 antl 11 Beer of Hagcrstown was elected vice president. Allegany joined Ihc basketball circuit, giving the CVAL six teams The [starts. Denny Myers Diesi .?, J , ikcy ,' s ~ winloss in . three lilt *. J J will be al Stringlown in the other • Of Honi't Ailment c °» tcsl - Tl!e Stringers have a 1-f* ui ricai i /viimcm rpcord _ Bo(h games are lo s(ar( NEWTON. Mass. i.fl-Dennis E.i a ' 61:15 ', 1 , (Denny I Myers. 52. former Bos-!. 1he , °!l L *P°!; ts s ? ored single Former Racine .Z 1 ™/™- 5 ^!!!' 5 'Chairman „.„ .., , , , , man Billy Mazeroski of Ihe Pills-' i.- ! ... °-°.,, a " s ^ won bur £ h Pirates today was fined! BALTIMORE. HI — Funera ^rrj^M^^ ay at the Maplehurst lowing a pit stop. Bu his way back in front the 134th lap and never was headed. •Park, Calif,, fourth, and Linden. Indianapolis, fifth. up, 7,T,,""il l '"r " J ''° 1 "" 1 mEUC " P an "I l«n;"" "•"•=•'"•<"'«= evL-iii wun a ais-oski should have at least knock-lacing Commission. pouered usual Friday night radio-tv (NBC) la "ce of three feet. Eddie Hart- e d down the ball hit by Gino! Hayward died at his home' PP ^nlTT" Wi " Sla '; 1 St 9 P ' n1 ' ' ESTK man 'I 85 SeC ° nd Wilh Six tocl ' Cimoli in the e.ghlh inning of Wednesday night after a long' er aEaml.inhr,™ ,. ,,,i,,™«., p u,_ sixjnches and J,m_ Ridler thirdjwednesday's game against the! illncss - !«= ™s 82. \ He joined the staff of Ihe old! | Baltimore Herald in 1836 and lat-j 'icr became a reporter for the old! Herald in 1836 and uiner scnoois are rort Hill, South and North Hagcrstown, Frederick and Marlinsburg. The -ampcrs were not represented in basketball the past season. All teams will play each other twice, with the champion being decided by the best won-lostl record. j Frederick's state Class A champions were officially voted kings of the league and llandley of Winchester. Va. got the nod in track. Fort Hill and North rlagcrstown were voted co-champions in football at an earlier meeting. All eight schools will compete for football honors. Thev are Allegany, Forl Hill. Frederick, Xorlh and South Hagerstown. Westminster, Martinsburg and llandley. Next meeting of the league will be held in December, probably in Berkeley Springs. INTRKNAT ONAL LEAGUE "'• • W. 1. Richmond .. 27 } Rorheitfr 20 "3 Toronto ... 21 5 Havana .. 18 23 Buffalo 21 « Columbus 17 2J Miami 21 9 Montreal ... 14 24 Toronto S-5. Buffalo 2-J nocheater S «. Montreal 1-1 Havana 2. Miami 0 <2d same pprf uel proundi) Richmond 8-4. Columb'U 6-3 on College head football coach, ivho made a remarkable recov-, ery from a crippling stroke two; years ago. died unexpectedly] yesterday of a heart attack. j Myers., a native of Algona, owa. played every position on he football team at the Univcr-l sity of Iowa from which he was graduated in 1930. He had cap-; taincd football, basketball and wrestling in high school. His first college coaching post was at West Virginia, where he was an assistant for two seasons. Then came assistant roles at Yale, and Brown before he succeeded Frank Leahy as Boston College head coach in 19J1. i uns in the third and seventh to land K of C a 2-0 shutout Wed- icsday. ENGINE OVERHAULING On All Makes of Cars Power Flili and dyd.omollt Transmissions Rebuilt PHONE PA 4-OSIJ fOR DETAItS JIM KERR'S IGNITION & BRAKE 5ERVICI Volley SI. ol ISO R.R. SOMERSET GO. SADDLE HORSE ASSN. HORSE SHOW JUNE 2, 1957 MEYERSDALE FAIR GROUNDS OPEN TO EVERYONE • Baltimore Street at George Phone PA 2-3700 agaiivjohnson, 28. whipped Burl Whitc- .. _ hurst last December in his first Jimmy Bryan Phoenix. Ariz.,'fj s hl since .May 6, 1955. when he i L r ,'., ul Russc ' Canogawas stopped by Julie Mcdcros in irk" c^Tii fnnt-Mi -,,,,]*.,,!.., , with eight feet. AnuVlwo rounds. A^Z^r^^, n LW-^M^ . - ticipaled witlh the IH-yard No.! 7 hole being used. About 120^ pJir-JBrooklyii Dodgers. The base hit by centcrfield scored the 41st annual "cU.^r'brak^Jj^, °™"° 'f ^^''^ ""P""^ Vukovich's 1954 record, a fact^- °" dl ?° Nlng Ass .° cla . l '° n ran ^| that surprised even the exports.!:„, o,,,t a: . n ~ - "i- . , • r"6" L Two of .he cars developed fue.i^ "'"nm '4 "^he" ™ l e h™ ^'^ sra^fc^-atiSEsS"- as?; ?,"i,;: ttrisjiLMrjr ;„-= Surash with a ne, 88-20-68 took lVa n rwh7l e d the handicap tourney with 20 par-ji wo . base ' inin n ri Inni' on Qrror bv first h«P^-in! latcr bocame a reporlcr for the "™ b> St " alliraore ™°- W ' 1Cn the rac - (Frank Tliomas and 1-0 victorv. t te me by defeating Jonathan Dian.i Median. 4 and 3, in their Jenkins, 3 and 2. Charles Pinto[scmi-final matches, nnd Charges Sager will meet to-j Mary j>j n | 0 ami Dittie slccman morrow ,n the finals of the cham- have a scmi .f ina l malch [n (he mg comm , ss]on f orme( i 1920. Hayward was named seer tary by Gov. Albert C. Ritchi ttc . c finish of Ihe race which was wil-jj s 53 8 - nessed by 170,000 cheering fans. Only One • Four accidents drivers occurred Injured involving but onlv man was injured. Mike Magill, rookie driver of Haddonfield. N. Hinnant also is ranked among the top 10 (sixth by NBA. seventh fivejby Ring) in the 175-pound class. The 24-year-old Washington boxer has a 25-9 record for 34 starts and has knocked out his opponent one J.. suffered a minor back injury in seven of his last eight outines when he struck- the outside wall In Ihe other, he dropped Tonv " In the second flight. Gene Sager won over John Surash, 1 up on the 18th.'and will shoot against the winner in Ihe Jack Spates and Bill Prichard match. Dolly Bean and Belty Ann Han na play tomorrow for the title r, e and then was hit by a car driven Anthony but lost by Al Herman of Allcntown, Pa.| the decision first flight with the victor opposing Mae Hartman. A and 3 winner over Polly Eyler, for the title. Ann Cook and Mary Evans are in the remaining semi-finals cf semi-fuial the second night while" Mildred Spates entered the finals with 4 and 3 win over Margaret Haus. Blanche Stevenson eliminated " - --• ..... t.i.\_ L..U,H.JH_ vjlu VC.-JI3U1I lllIJIMJdlUU in the championship flight of Ihej.Mary Deffenbaugli. 2 and 1. and U'OlllPn'^ f mirii/n* FJiiiK \\'« rt ^!,,., ,,^1,. n, _ ...; _r ,i__ i-i- i HEADQUARTERS FOR WILSON SPORTING GOODS See Us For Team Prices THF TOY " "*• I " I Hanks, fiathmann and the otherlj-t 11 -.„, leading drivers pushed their cars L'OJlCgC WOl'lll to the limit and made the slower [r; • .-. forecast seem just gloomy prc-'oCneS UllCHS dictions. i Evidence of (he tremendous GASTONIA. N.C., tfi — The six- ride Hanks gave his car couldigame process (possibly seven! of be seen in the fact that his threelqualiCying Ihe District 3 NCAA pit stops cost him two ininutes'baseball tournament champion for! and 27 seconds, while Jtathmann'sja place in the College World' • Ihree slops consumed only oneiSeries at Omaha June 3-13 opened women's tourney. Ruth Woodiinecls the winner of the Rickey, was beaten. 3 and 2, by DollyJHughcs and Billy Zcllers match'r n r R*A( n ,A R. Kl r, » „ c. Bean and Betty Hanna won overjfor the third flight honors. i ° ' Bedfor<} & N ' Cenfre St minute and 45 seconds. Hanks built tip his lead on sheer speed alone. His car, built and entered by George Salib ofWhit- ^ tier. Calif., an experimental model with a horizontal Meyer- Drake engine, was one of lightest in the race. To Get Almost SIOO.OOO The 500-mile winner earned 521,150 by leading in a total of : today with Iwo double head- rs. Georgia Teachers and Florida Stale, at-large selections of Ihc tournament committee, met in Ihe [day's first game 'noon. csl). with 141 laps. His total earnings will be announced at a victory dinner tonight hut he possibly could receive more lhan the "$93,000 Ihe Duke. Atlantic Coast Conference champion and George Washington Southern Conference tillcholder, following at 3 o'clock. A 6:30 p.m. game will match the losers of Ihe first two games, with that loser eliminated. The afternoon winners meet at 9 p.m.. with a place in the finals tomorrow night going to the winner. Two games will be played to- earned last year by Flaherty. Hanks, who has been racing! -'•« 6 unn_.^ «m t>c inayca [rj. since 1936. made his first ap-l morrmv n 'g nl ' the first at 6:30. pearance at the speedway in l940.! Tne ">>M" of that game will He finished third in 1352 a nd' movc irl10 lhc fir| als against the 1953. jteam winning both of its games Like Flaherty, the winner last, lo(Ia - v year, he is a slim, wiry six-foot-j Snould a seventh game he need- er and weighs about 160 pounds.I 0 '' to sel "e the issue it will be Hanks a native of Columbus. O.J plaj ' ed Monday night. has taken most of Ihc other top' honors in auto racing. /-*rV/,/c / „,, \; n i., He won the Pacific Coast mid- S "'" A ' F/ " get title in 19.37 and 1946, the! 8y The A!!ocioll!d PrcJI Michigan-Ohio circuit title in 1940, DAIJ.'S - An "widen. i» P,,,,. and the National midget crowniS."'* 11 - ""'pointed Bobby Spaeth, ise. in 1941 and 1949. He won the MONCTOS. N B. - won Du mi f ^National championship in 1952 174 - Ralc stc .-\nn<-. x B kr.orked' and 1953. ?"' G«"ton Wallact. 166. Bramlord. TJanl-c cvlj V, t, ,- l, nt - 2 TJiiTcllc retained CanAdian nanks sain he became a Jit- iiKhihr^v^w-risht ntic>. tie nervous" in the closing stages of the race. He explained: , nn ". Tnci -. Sumar Special. 132.275. "My ulcers took a slight heat- n -Rob Veilh. Oakland, Calif.. ing when I realized I was just Bob Eslcs Special. 131.853. as far ahead of Rathmann as 10—Gene Harley. Indianapolis. Flaherty was ahead of me last Msssaglia Hotels Special. 131.339. year when I finished second. But 11—Jack Turner, Seattle. t!ar- it certainly is good to be on the dahl Special, winning end." | 12-Johnny Thomson. Boyerlon. — Pa.. D-A Lubricant Special. Onlcr OJ I'inish INDIAN'APOI.IS 'IXSi-tlerc is Ihe order of finish in Ihe 500- mile auto race at Indianapolis yesterday. 1—Sam Hanks. Pacific Palisades. Calif.. Belond Kxtiaust Special, 135.601 mph. 2—Jim Ralhmann. Miami. Chiropractor Special. 135.420. 3 —Jimmy Bryan. Phienix. Ariz.. Dean Van Lines Special 13 1 MPS , , White or Choice 4-Paul Riifso. Cannga Park. Calif, Novi Special. 133.819. of 6 Colors 5—Andy Linden. Indianapolis.' McN'arnara Special. 133 640. j D 11 D 0 C 0 0 6—Johnny Boyd. Fresno. Calif.,' D U II II T A A Bowes Seal Fast Special, 132841 * ' ' W U W W B^b Iar S!!.. SOS?' ^ 26 Baltimore St 132.724 DIAL PA 2-2851 J—Fat O'Connor, North Ver-,82 Moin St. Kcyser, W, Va STREAMLINE HOUSEPAINT By BENJAMIN MOORE $4,95 ^ Managing a home Is a big job Make ir easier for her with a Checking Account! We are sure she has many lime-saving home appliances that make her lob as hornemaker easier. 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