Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 3, 1957 · Page 12
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TWELVE Qualifying Begins Toclav n 111 National NEW YORK (Ji - More lhan 1.900 golfers including six former fillisls—will try today lo qualify for Hie National Open tnurna- mcnl—the world scries ot jjolt. The evpiit is scheduled for the 1 Inverness Club at Toledo. Ohio, June 13-15. The "select" group of (nmlitieii includes .Sain Snead, Byron N'el- son. Jiinaiy /Jematct and Gone I,tiller, who imisi take the lour around one of 24 qualifying sites. Nineteen oilier players in the' group of 1.920 official entries nre exempt from tiic qualifying round. This list is headed by Ben Hoean. who will be trying for bis fifth Open title. IV-ter Thomson, three-time British Open champ, and Jack Burke. PGA champion, also have the guarantee of a !np lo Toledo. Amateurs vicing for a slot must ' cope with a reduced handicap, 3 to 2. This is not expected lo hinder the top-flight amateur stars. Only Ted Makclcna has qualified lo date, and he did it last week in Honolulu, when the Hawaii.11 Islands had Iheir quailiying round This year's field is the third largest in history, failing by nine to (op the record of !.!)2!i. Ibe final field at Inverness will bei composed of 162, including Ibe 1'J byes. Eighteen qualifying places have been alloted lo 141 players from the New York district, while H „' o( 146 hopefuls will go from (he - Cleveland district. Detroit, Chicago, Cinciimali and Dallas also have large qualifying fields. About one in 13 players have a chance to qualify for Ihe open, Makelena did il with rounds of 7473-147. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml)., MONDAY, JUNE 3, ,1957 Coast League Plans To Ask Frick For Aid SACRAMENTO, Calif.-iINSl- Leslie O'Connor, president of the Pacific Coasl League, plans today to write lo baseball eommis- Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker; Six Fined $1,000 In Cliili Brawl NEW YORK MV-The New York Journal American said today il had learned Ibal the six New York Yankees involved in the May 16 nigbl club brawl bad been fined si'jner Ford Frick to ask his help Sl.OOO eacli in maintaining the present clas-l ''he story, written liy Til Versification of Hie league if and 1 den/.i, said the Yankees fined were'. K'.hcn major league clubs move 1 Hank Bauer. Mickey Manlle. Billy' Coast territory. (Martin. Yogi Ucrra, Whitey Kord a closed meeting in Sacra-' an 'l Johnny Kucks. memo Sunday, PCL club owners' As a result of the incident at discussed the possible transfer'he Copacabana, Bauer faces a il Ihe New York Ciianls (o San hearing on a felonious assault 'rancisco and the Brooklyn Dod-! cliai 'Ee filed by a Bronx delicates- ;ers lo Los Angeles. jSen store owner who claims he O'Connor said after the mcet-i suffcrc d a fractured nose, bruised ••IK that he is doubtful that (lie; rih ' ; and a scalp bruise.'flaner has irescnt level of baseball — the; dcn ied he struck Ihe complainant, jjien classification is next lo Ihe A Yankee spokesman refused to najor leagues — can be main-'confirm or deny Ihestocy. He said, aincd without help of big league No statement." clubs. j Then he added: "The Yankees He indicated that PCL frail- <ion l comment on player relation- chises might he sel up in oilier|ships off Ihe field." cities if San Francisco and LosJ Kordenzi quoted one of the play- Angeles make the majors. ers involved assaying ihc fine was Ellerslie, 'Savage Bailie For First KXPEXS1VK KOOKIE— John DeMciil. rookie outfielder just signed by the Milwaukee Braves worked out with the team yesterday hut will not report officially until June 14. He is a junior al the University of Wisconsin and reportedly signed with the Braves for $100,000, not Including salary. A Milwaukee bov lie's 21 years old and stands over six feet. <AP Pholofa.x) Hot Stovers Launch Season At Penn Avenue Tonight OAKLAND Bnai Brith. fourth-place finisher last year but playoff ]TO START TODAY champion of the Hot Stove Baseball League, starts defense O'Connor reported: "We didn't go into Die mailer of indemnities for our territory.'' Our primary concern is giving 1 "^ he- citicsTrf-mir leagiJCT-fhe-erTej-ii list remain, high class baseball. Oniah We- don't want to give them lower classification baseball. But our analysis is that we probably won't be able lo maicilain out- standard unless we league help. "If they can give us a new league, our damages would be less. If they can't, our damages will he greater." O'Connor said all clubs would like lo slay where Ihey are if the Giants and Dodgers come west but Hollywood would have to seek a new location because it is in Los Angeles territory. "tough lo lake."" AMKK1CAN ASSOCIATION ", • 'f, 15 ] " di ="aMi» 23' 21' IJLSS"" 21 25 i-ouisviiio . 12 33 et major , , , outfielder, ° d ' W Wichita 1-3. St. Paul 1-7 l-oimvllle 4. Denver 3 Charleston 3. Omaha 2 Minneapolis 4. Indianapolis fl , , ' Schult. Cincinnati rookie hit 15 home runs and for {Seattle in 1056. THE OLD PRO C0UHT OH THGtIZ. 2.S HOMERS AHNUAUX FROM FRANK THOMAS THEY PUT HM1 Leadership in the Di-State "i"^"^ V ""' ^ ° tas<JDal1 " !ague ' slarls de[ense Pony Baseball League will! . lls tltle thls evenl "g at Penn Avenue Field when the change hands this evening wilh c) E h t-t<?;im circuit launches its seventh season, the two undefeated clubs in the' ''he H'rithmcn will oppose Jay circuit clashing on the lit. Savage Field. Ellcrslie and 'Savage, both _„ sporting 2-0 marks, go after the lop slot in the eight-team circuit. It is their - cces in Ihe 6:15 lidlifler while Exchange Club tangles with Rotary Club in Ihe second contest al 3:15. The other four clubs in the loop will make their getaway lomor- the next four, winding up wilh and 8-5 decisions against meeting row on the South End "diamond this season and first since thclwith Elks playing Kiwanis Club al ( finals last summer when 'Savage 0:15 while Lions Club and Optim- copped the litlc in straight 1st Club collide in the 8-15 con- „ -=, l|£ sl - l'"jks replace .sca.son-c.tiam- Mt. Savage has beaten Lona-jpiuh Times~-News~l!ii< sions over Lonaconing, 13-7, and Cresaptown, 8-5. All six of the other teams arc n, change Club in a special playoff. and wound itarv U-!> at Corriganvillc (i-l;, Midland (1-1) invading Frostbur „.„„ finished urd behind Exchange vi'ilh B'nai B'rilh copping fottrtl n-u a^'cre^s ,ws* 1B ?E! r^ «r af( - ; ° s - ing host to LonJcomng (0-2, All 1 o",.-^,"^''^ '" SCmi - fi " ak games begin at 6 o'clock. l-x<-hang c . ».,. to nail Major League Line Simtimiri/ Newsies in the frays, a the firsl time B'nai B'rilh had won the crown. Managers of the teams arc Fred Comer. B'nai B'ritti; Joe Gallen. Holary Club; Frank .Marrale, Lions Club; John Damn. Exchange Club; Wayne While. Kiwanis— Club: George —Klynn,- Jaycces; Joe Fellen. Exchange Club, and Howard Northcrafl and Lloyd Deremer. B.P.O. Elks. Lions Meet Rotnrv Lions Club. «'iniier over Eagles las! Friday in the Frost- )urg Liltlc League, meets Rotary Club today at 6 p. in. on (he! The third season in the Oakland Pony Baseball League begins Ihis evening with a doubleheader at Spiker Field at Southern High. The firsl contest will start at 5 o'clock. Country Club, managed by F.d Qualtro,'takes on 1956 champion Moose, headed by Charles Schoonover and Jack Rolh, the lidliftcr. Dick Travis and Don Stemple lead (he Rotary Club which faces Ihe Woodmen of the World, managed by Paul "Dixon and Ke Jones, in the nightcap affair. Each team will play a schedule of 18 games. Don Stemple is president of Ihe league, Rev. 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