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for a WANT AD Taker LaVale Spills Fort Hill In Rifle League K1FLK LKAf.rjE STANDINGS For! Hill ..."i L i ij,vale "i 1 " Hercules .... 2 ] Jlounlaln Top 1 LaYale upset Fort Hill and Hercules downed Mountain Top in Ihe Western Maryland League's third smallbore ride match fired yesterday evening at the Morningside Drive and Oakland LaVale riflemen notched (heii first win of Ihe season over Fort Mill, 1580-77X to 1573-77X, on Ihe local course. The seven-point edge was powered by Jess Dom's 396-2IX and Bill Smith's 39G-18X. Norm White's 307-22X was best for the outgunned Kort Hill crew. Hercules won the home range contest against Mountain Top, 1583-84X to 157i)-75x. Shooting at Morningside Drive, Jim Spitznogle's 397-22X and Joe Hindi's 397-21X led the winners to a point decision. At Oakland. Merle McCIintock (allied 398-23X lo pace the losing Garrelt Counly crew. McClinlock's score was also-high-mark for the meet. The course of fire was 40 shots on the International target al 100 yards distance, any sights. Next week all learns will begin the 50-yard iron sight series with firing scheduled at bolh ranges. Summaryi LAVALE Tjt. 1 T[i. J Tola •>• Horn 197-9.1 J99.12* 356-21X •• W. o. Smilh 1.. J. Ford ... Jl. S. ilverline 198-8.* . J95-7.X 393-lSx Team Total .................. 1580-77.X Also lirins: M. Sewers. M. Kesner. FORT HILL -V. O. While .. 197-fOx 2(XM2jc 397-22) L. E. Ucamm. 19S-7x 193-lO.x 393-17; U. E, Ranker., 197-13* 195-9.V 393-22: >I. P. Lynch. . 19V8* 1%-Sx 390-16: Team Total 1573-77* Also firiDjji M. Shumaker, D. Auvil E. Brown, J. Gutliridgo. HERCULES J. Spltznosle., 2<XM4x IW-Sx 397-22.X J. F. Eirich... 198-llx IM-lOx 397-21* J. T- Grosh ..193-lOx 197-llx 335-2IX H. Grosh 197-!Ix 197-9X 331-201 Team Tolal 1383 Six Also firing: L. Wempe. MOUNTAIN TOP M. McCIintock 19fl-6\ 200-lSx 398-23X A. Harvey Jr. 197-?x 199-llx .196-18 . . R. C,. Kims... 196-7* C. H- Calhoun. 191-3* . 199-1 Ix 395- IB Team Total ............... ,..157a-75x Garlilz Defeats RoLy In Tourney Only one former fitlist remains in tha championship flight of the men's spring handicap goll tourney at the Cumberland Country C!ub wiih the elimination of Clifton Van Rohy, 1 up on the 18th yesterday, by George Garlitz. By winning. Ml. Savage aveng- p,, ed Ihe 7-0 shutout twirled by Jim fofin II. Mosner- advanced to Leydig for the Merchants in Iheir the semi-final round in Ihe firsl first meeting. Carl May started flight by eliminating William on the hill for the losers yester- Claus, 2 up on Ihe 18th hole, day but was dcrrickcii in the .John Baggett won over Bill seventh in favor of Merle Kirch- George, l up, and John A. Mob- ner wilh May being tagged with erly downed James W. Beacham. Ihe setback. Mosner will play Col. R. W. Meals in the semi-finals. Included among the six survivors . . ------ = — — - - ...... — " The Old Germans socked 15 on the first flight are G. William hits, including a two-run homer Bibby and Mort Schaidt. triple and single by Ken Johnson. Howard F. Radcliffo won over Vince King and Joe Scarpclli had Ziggie Zimouski, 5 and 3, and a double and two singles apiece will play Vernon Wade in Ihe while Lewis weighed in with a second flight semi-final. Other triple and single and "Butch" matches are Hal Sebra vs. Young had a pair of one-baggers. Charles Zemhower and Robert Clay Leydig solved the slants of Robinette vs. Dr -Samuel Jacob- Lewis for a triple and two sin- son. The field was reduced to seven Dr. Paul Castelle defeated Abe Feigus, l up on the 22nd. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Hermaiiettes Take Morgan In Twin Bill An eighth-run fourth inning in !he second game yesterday gave the Old German Hcrmanetles sweep over Morgan, Pa., in a twin bill on the losers' field at Castle Shannon, Pa. The Oh Gee Gals, aflcr taking opener, 5-3, came back lo LA SALLE AWARD WINNER—Joe Cioni, who riuarterbacked LaSalle High School's football team last fall and also helped the Explorers win the 1937 bowling championship, smilingly displays the Rapplicr Award he received last night at graduation exercises. The trophy is given by the school's class of 1933 for excellence in studies and alhletics. Son of Mr. and airs Paul Cioni, Greenpoint Addition, Joe was valedictorian of his class. A sports writer for The Sunday Times, Joe is slated to enter the Army later this month. Lewis, Mt. Savage Snap Hyiidman Win Streak Steady pitching by Tommy Lewis and the booming bats of his teammates cracked the undefeated siring of Hyndman yesterday in (lie Pen-Mar Baseball League wilh Mt Savage trimming the Merchants, 6-1, before an estimated 350 fans on the winners' diamond. 3rab (he nightcap, 9-4. The double win was ihe first for the locals since last July l when the; took Alloona across, 15-9 and 6-1, at Penn Avenue Field. Bowers Hurls Opener Rose Bowers tossed the first game, scattered eight hits, fanned six and walked five. Jeanne :Jale had two of the hils for the winners while Racine and Green accounted for four of the Pennsy club's safelies. Four hits, a walk, two hit bals- women and a pair of errors ac counted for Ihe big eight-run ourth in the second clash. Sowers also chipped in with a two-run homer. Pat Tosses Two-Hitler Pat Thompson set nine down i slrilfes and allowed eight passes in the tilt while being ouched for only a pair of hits— )oth by Racnie. Bowers and Dot leavener had two apiece for the ocals. The Hermanetles, wilh a 3-1 record, will meet Williamsport, Pa., nexl Sunday on the lalter's field. The local home opener is carded for Sunday. July 7, against Morgan at Penn Avenue "ield. Finsr GAME- lermiMtl., 030 001 1_S 7 3 SKCOND GAME: lermine(t«s WO Jtofl l—3 7 Morjan l?[l 01U It—i * Thompson, Bowers and Melzger Carter, KIEplctl and Green. WP— Thompson. LP—Carter, HR—Bowers Ulermanettss) Lewis without chants felt for (he first time in notched his fifth win a loss while Ihe Mer- I'tN-.MAR LEAGUE W. Z.. if. Ilyndman .... 8 1 CcnlreviUe ..4 Ml. Savaga ,,72 \Vcller5burg . 3 Barrclville ...6 3 Grantsville ..3 iihlman 5 4 Flintstonc ...0 eight starts. The Old Germans, Ronnie Sisk finished on the peak for Ihe Old Exports. Umpire Vic Reynolds chased McGregor after the lalter was derricked. The Barrelville chucker continued to talk back to the ball-and-strike ump from the dugout and Reynolds finally ordered him from the park. Htirlers on bolb teams lacked i-.iit.iuuj, vj ut.-vi£ e uniiHt.. ei^nc scans, ine Ula uermans u^ui it-tmia /etchcu Ed Mattingly, 1940 winner, in'bagging their seventh decision conlro1 . with a tolal of five bals- leels "Sonny" Peskin in the in nine attempts, now trail by m . cn " em S ll11 wi "> pitched balls, smi-finals while Garlitz plays only a game in the runnerup slot Hay Mor g a n of Granlsville enny LaNeve in their semi- B y winning. Ml. Sava-e avcn- "M^in the heatfbut continued Johnson Socks Homer 'les. A running catch by Arch Len. _ „ ^,, uv -.v,>. ii i i ii u i LI it; (_cill_II uy nl Ull J_iVIl' players in the third flight when nox on Lew Hitc's drive to deep Dr. Palll Caqtollo Hnfonlod AJ^ r>or, + rtT-fTnlrl :.. ll.- _r~I..L : : in the game. Lynn Kilzmiller went the route for Grantsvillc, granting nine hits nnd yielding the five runs in the first and ninth innings. Kcistcr, Perry Slar John Keisler hearted the winners' 13-hit assault with four blows and Junie Perry banged a double and two singles after striking out in his first three trips lo the plale. George McGregor, Klickley and Horwath had two liils each for Barrelville. Paced by Tommy Dunn, who hammered a home run and two singles and baited in four runs, Zihlman rode to a 10-7 triumph over Wellersburg at Zihlman. The 14-hit atlack included two htis each by "Chuck" Eirich and Harold Hudson. The lalter had a pair of two-baggers, and Eirich, Barney Spearman and Jim Skid- entcrficld in Ihe etghlh inning more ' also"")arrupcd doubles • -•«•—; * "•• -;• •••--"•"• and second - baseman Young's.'Spcarman yielded seven bits In fourth flight lesls, Jack catch of a liner from Clay Lev-ithree bv Ronnie NeuWser ami Weber defeated Ed Mullan, 3 and (dig's bat in the ninth frame were Wo. by '"Soim"' Glass 2. and Carl Mclntyre won ovc- the fielding highlights. Genlm-ille's"Reds ha'nrfprl Bert Graham, f, and 4. Weber r '— : "~'- '" ' J "armta will faqe. Dr. Milton Granet and Mtinlyre meets Dr. Albert C. Eskin in ths semi-finals. Latin baseball playeis have led lha American League in stolen bases in five of the last six years —Minnie Minoso Ihrce limes and Jim Rivera and Luis Aparacio once. Fiinlstone. f- , -i, , °— ~^,,,..i * in*, a j\uus nanaen me GrantsviUes Muggers dropped Kli.itstone Farmers their ninth he Barrelville Old Exports into consecutive loss with a 9-7 win at tmrd place by handing the 1956 —- • champs a 13-5 thumping at Barrelville. The Garrelt countians put the game on ice in Ihe sixlh inning by scoring six runs on five hils with two walks alter Dercmcr Quells Kally The Pennsylvanians held a 9-0 lead in Ihe seventh than replaced Glenn Deremer with Roy Reed on the rubber. Reed was pound- lr-il; n ™ ir. n ' .. '"WIT. liCCfl W3S pOUnd- irailmg 3-0. During the uprising;ed for seven runs and retired ^"-^""^..S 1 ™. 10 . 60 ^^ •"« b »«™n »efore Dcre- STILL AFLOAT i L , I VJM J " |i t- utiiMiian i>c ore Ucrc- jer^m^chargedjvilh the loss, mcr came back lo finish on the mound lo gel credit for his fourth viclory against three loss c.-. David Rose smacked a two bagger and two singles and Manager Mel Nee and Deremer had two safeties each for Ccntervillc. Rill Haberlein clouted a double and (wo singles and Don Hudson il Harry Haberlein each hit ely twice for Flintstone. AT BARREkVILLE: '"'"'"' 000 IK* 133—13 33 j |f«i*llle 300 IKX) utrj_ ,1 g -i lilzmillcr and J. Keistcr. Jim Me" AT FI.1NTSTONK- '"'"''"" '"" »« «'."-. , KlinlMone two ftoo loo—1 . . c,cmcr < H u „ f" 1 ^" 811 - B ' """""ttl » ? <l H. llabcrlcln. WP-Dertmer. W. Ljsnhauph. *T Mr. SAVAGE nrfm^n .......... ftort 001 rwv*_ "I. Savat» ........ jin | CII tltt— . May. KtrchTifr (7> and Brya t"*K- "V 1 !, K " Jot "' sorl - '- p - -C. . HH— h. .lohnson Oil. Savage) .Ar ziHr,M,i\: lltrsbori: ...... mi ^ji u, Kt _ 7 7 - iMm "i .......... II" .'ill Jliv_],i J. Glass. J. Witt (2) ar.rt Ca Spearman and Skldmore. LP—J HR-Dunn (Zihlmin). n (1 LP- ^ fi • IS I it. T. •.Practice Schedule Piralcs of Dapper Dan Liltic League tomorrow and Thursday, 4 p.m., Penn Avenue Field. Lions of Hot stove League Saturday, 10 a.m., Slitcher Field Dodgers of Dapper Dan Little League Saturday, noon, Stitcher Field. Cardinals of Dapper Dan Litlle League today, 5:30 p.m., Taylor Field. Gianls of Dapper ,Dan Little League today, 6 p. m., at Pos Field, All players report. the Fondy Finds Home, Self [11 Pittsburgh or maybe iround. rom the Chicago Cubs to the ^ttsburgh Pirates is like going rom the ridiculous lo Ihe cellar Ihe oilier way But Dee Fondy, Ihe transplanted Cub. may have found a home nd himself iti Pittsburgh. The 32-year-old first baseman rom San Bernardino, Calif., howed only a .269 average with he Cubs last season. He seem- ed-ta-have-iost-tho-touch-which ave him a .300 average in 1952 nd .303 in 1053 niter walloping he bill at a .376 clip at Los ingelcs in the Pacific Coast >eague in 1951. Fondy. who is six-feet-lhree- Bower, _ MeUg«. Kliplch and Local Golf Team Plays Wednesday Ten more players are needed or the home opener of the men's iolf team at the Cumberland Country Club against North Fork Country Club of Johnslown Pa. Wednesday at 1 p.m. Nineteen have already indicated they will play. Those already signed are Bill -atherman, Abe Feigus, John Wilson, Mort Schaidt, William "!eorge, Dr Frank Caivley, Ben .aNeve, Bill Jenkins, James W. ieacham, George Petras, Hal Sebra, Clifton Van Roby, Max Basfian, George Garlitzz, Russell Ponton, Charles Zembower, Robert Davis, Ed Matlingly and Frank Wilson. A luncheon at noon will precede the match. The CCC team launched its 1957 campaign with a victory Club at Hagerstown, 29li to 19',i points. Announcement was made yesterday by the Men's Golf Association that a Twilight Tournament will be at the Cumberland -ounfry Club Friday at 5 p.m. Sandwiches and refreshments will be served. Jerome Ellenson posted a net 77-14-(!3 to win the straight handicap tournament over the weekend by the Men's Golf Associa- :ion at the Club. Twenly players parlicipated. Players winning special prizes on par Ihree holes were: No. 1— Hal Sebra. No. S—Robert Davis, No. 1CJ—John Topper. No. 12— John Creegan. No. 15—Tucker Mason. No. 15-Orville W. Jackson. MD., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1957 LITTLE SPORT Player Of Day Elks' Golf Title Won By Fa-anhs H1NTON. W. Va. UR-IIis firs! lournament victory was a long lime coining, but I,. A. (Buzz) irantz held the Stale Elks Golf championship loday. The 40 - year - old Huntinglon -, ..,.*.„>.„»,.«. .-.«., Je ,,, ce salesman fired a 1-under-par 71 Some people insist that moving ?, vcr " ie S^^O-yard Willow Wood •om Mm Chfpncm rnK^ („ n.^ Country Club course yesterday to card a 54-hole tolal of 223, two strokes ahead of fellow townsman Don Hinchman. By Internati Newi By BEANS REAHDON Wtilicn tor NEA Se/viee QUEST10M: The batter nubs —"•• "" the hall down the first base lineJ Davis was with the Detroit He is safe at first base when the' 1 ' 10 " 5 briefly last season but was catcher, attempting to field the! dro fi )c(1 afie r the second game of ball, {rips over his bat. What e season. Me was signed by the nches tall and weighs 196 pounds, s a fast man, but nothing helped s he tried to shake off balling lumps in his last two years with ie Bruins. He was traded to the Pirates :n"s season with infielder Gene Baker for outfielder Lee Walls nd first baseman Dale Long. Baseball experts reasoned that, he trade didn't mean much. Buii pparently it did, to Fondy and; he Bucs. : Dee helped the Pirates beat the! Gianls, 3 to 2, and 2 to 0 in T orbes Field doubleheader whe ie connected for five hits i ight trips to the plate. He doubled home (he decidin s tin in the second game to gal he Pirates their first double wir f the season. What's more, the fellow wh s trying to regain the "300 1 ircle again, boosted his season's afting average (o .372—the bes n (he National League. Pair Rcc Clashes A pair of Men's lice Softball League contests carded this evening will have Western Maryland Railway opposing Gray's Tavern on Fort Hill Field while South End Merchants (angle with PfKfs Playground at Stitcher Field. Bolh tilts are to begin at 6:15. The 1957 Michigan Stale Relays attrac(ed more than 300 athletes from 19 colleges and universities. Back Mill Da: ;s Signet! By C 0l ;- s BALTIMORE M>, - T. '! 3 |ti. more Colls, bad'y in i-«l of (''- fcnsive hatks. i Ul '-. v announced he ygni,,.; of Mil, [Javis. former UCLA halfback. gives?—Joe Hessel. Answer: Unless (lie umpire Is convinced (hat (he ba((cr deliberately irmtieuvered (tic hat lo in- (erfcre wilh Ihe culfiitr's fiela- ing, il Is nothing more lhan a natural hazard. The butter lias 10 <!rop Ju's fcat. Q. Wilh runners on first and second bases, Ihe pitcher in going into his motion Jets the. ball r rom liis liand but caiclies Colts as a free agent. Davis, a 6-foot-l, 190-pound Negro from Los Angeles, was draft- cd by the Lions as their eighth choice in 1954. He spent two years -. in the Army and joined the Lions '"' last year but was unable to crack .t the experienced defensive backfield of Jack Christiansen. Jim .'."- Uavis, Carl Karilivacz and Yalo " Lary, it before it hils the ground. Is there a play on Ihe runners who are taking leads? How is this ruled?—John Jacobs. A. It's a balk and Ihe runners advance one base. CASSADY CLICKED DETROIT (NEA)-As a Detroit rookie. Howard Cassady, Ohio Slate's All America, broke into Ihe National Football League ax the Lions' second leading ground- Within (Continued from Page 10) ielory wenl to Mickey Me Dermolt in relief. Ted Williams' 12th homer, a hree-run 450-foot smash in UK ighth off Pete Ramos, provide< he Red Sox with their winning nargin over the Senators. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE "'• '• W. I, ichmond .. 29 16 Rochester 22 2* Ol-onlo .... 26 IS Havana ....201. "Halo 23 18 Columbus . 18 2 i'anii 231V Montreal ...151 Uullalo ICM>. Rochester 2-3 Miami 6-0, Havana a-2 Columbus 5. Richmond 3 Toronto 4-7. 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