Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 18
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EIGHTEEN C'UMbEKlAMl, MD., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1957 Sheetz Hurls 10-0 Shutout; ODC Rolls On COCKING CHAIN LKAGL ! K W L W 1 OuUrxtr Club . J 0 X. el C. < ' V. r. W. -.52 Moose 1 ' B. P. 0 Elki S 3 Hllltr'i 1 i Phil. PUle .. < 4 Celane-ie .. 0 ' Veterans of Foreign Wars tool; over second place in the Rocking Chair Softball League yesterday as Allan Shcolz came out of retirement to hurl a 10-0 shutout at Hitter's AC on the Fort Hill Field. The start was the (irsl in (lie "circuit for Sheeti: since he was •beaten by Elks, 3-1. in the finals! - two years ago while hurling for' the Eagles. The VFW veteran spaced eight hits, struck out nine and walked! three. Miles had two of Ihej losers' hits. I "Perk" Holiinctle led the Vets at the plate with three hits while] .'Phil Reuschel. Harry Minnicks.jp • , f ~>"Dill" Fradiska, Bill Dean and} 1 ' HH,ClUll \ r t <. 1.: '. I'A 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker VAI.LEV SI'ORTS WIX.VERS — These four seniors won sports awards at Valley High graduation exercises Wednesday night in l.onaconing. Left to right, they are Ronald "Butch" Young, winner of the I.efly Grove baseball award anil a tie for the basketball sportsmanship prize; Virginia Ritchie, girls' sportsmanship award; Colleen Tharp, girLs' basketball award, and Johnny Joh'rtson. Babe Ruth baseball award and sliare of the basketball sportsmanship award with Young. The two helped Valley win the Slate Class B cage title. 'Tom Gilford had two blows each. "One of Gifford's was a . tripper. ODC (tolls Alnnp ilar .hi France CHANTJLLY, France M - II could be liomcjicck-al Old Nassau Attorneys Take Opposite View On Legality Of Fines in this beautiful country village a' NEWYOUK—(API—Prpminenl constitutional attorneys 'Pcp-Up Pills' Taken By Pro Grid Players SAN FRANCISCO - (INS) Bruno Banducci, retired professional football player, said he and other American gddders used "pep-up pills" while playing with Toronto in Ibe Canadian League two years ago. Banducci, an all-pro guard several limes during his nine years with thc San Francisco 49ers, said lie could not give any support to charges of the American Medical Association that athletes in the United Stales have been taking artificial stimulants, but lie could speak front personal experience in Canada. After his release by the 49ers. Banducci played one season with Toronto in 1955 and said he and Ill's fellow American players look pills, they called "bennies." He said the pills were used because thc Americans found they helped them avoid weariness. He said thc pills looked like aspirin tablets and the players took two before the kickotf usually and one at half time. Outdoor Club continued unde- _ D _ IIIM „,„„,„ feated and shoved Elks into (hirdjfew miles north of Paris. ° jtook opposite poinls of view today regarding th^'lcgalit'y'of! " C Sa ' d clllb otticia!s 'place with a 5-2 decision at Alle- "gany field. (ODC has bagged eight triumphs while the loss was (he third in eight for Elks. The losers were held in check on Iwo hits by "Pistol Pete" Elliott until the seventh when, they tallied twice on Ihree walks and a pair of safeties. Glenn Kauffman look over to preserve inthenl^crU^theSilr^^^ 0 ' 1 * baSCbaU C ' Ub ° WnCrs and ° fficials ^ >•" of the International Amateur Golf Chan, pionsliip call Princeton alma mater. One. Richard Nnsh. of Warrenton. Va., scored a major upset with his second round 3-2 victory over fourth seeded Gene Andrews . of Beverly Hills. Calif., then wcnti sl ? lc . co " sl ' lu , l , 1<>ns - Frederic A. Johnson, New York lawyer who represented ycr Danny Gardella in his suit - self never purchased pla; against baseball several years ago, believes that baseball fine; in mind of bringing it to court.' | Violates Process Clause i • • .- ., , ] * IWH»«,3 1 IUIUSA VlUUbC ,1 vio atmg the due pro. Fivc of thc Yankees. Mickey ,,P «f .h- f»rt n ,,i , nd Man( , e Yog; Bcrra E . |Iy Martji > Whitey Ford and Hank Bauer, aue ' ' he fedcral Craig Fanning, Cornell tennis captain, also captained Ihe soccer and squash (cams at the Ithaca, N. Y., campus. Moore Ready To Defend Title Against Anthony MANNHEIM, Germany on Archie Moore, world light-heavy, wcighl champion, said today he was wailing for his manager to "forward Ihe papers here" after declaring that he probably would accept an offer of $100,000 to inccli Tony Anthony of New York for the' title. Anthony put Mniself in line for a championship shot by knocking out Chuck Spieser in Detroit April' 5. and the National Boxing Association had given Moore until today to sign for a title bout. Ernie Braca, Anthony's manager, made the $100.000 offer to Moore yesterday in N'ew York, i "!f Mr: Braca will deposit that sum or show his intent to follow] through, then 1 will probably hasten back to the United States to lake on his fighter," Moore declared. Braca said he had asked .Jim Norris, president of the Interna- tiona) Boxing Club, to stage the title bout in Los Angeles next! month, adding (hat Norn's said he] would go to work on the plan at once. Moore is on an exhibition tour of Europe. I'r act ice Scliednle Cumberland American Legion Ollle Slaltord of Bronxvillc, N. Y., is captain of the Williams College squash team al Williams, stown. Mass. baseball team tomorrow and 2 p.m., Penn Avenue I be him any but was given them by other players Giants Keep Bullpen In Family, Buy Davis NEW YORK—<IN'S>—It's all in Western Maryland Railway of Sunday, Field. Tigers of Dapper Dan Little League tomorrow, 10 a.m., Allegany Field. liotfs fourth victory with the on to defeat Col. John M. Llcwcl-L V,°^' s CalT0 ."' a ' l " r ney for Base- W ere assessed SI.OOO each Johnnv lhc family now in the New York'Kec League tomorrow, 2:30 p.m., first batter he faced bouncinglLvn of San Antonio. Tex., 3-2. jDall Commissioner Ford Frick andJKucks was assessed onlv S500 Giant bullpen. '" "" . _ _ .. . _ . I [7-_il _i.. , _. . inPAfllinnnllnnmirt nccnrtrlVi*. .. . . w '".' vuvv « into a double play and the sec-! Fellow alumnus Jacques Houdry ,. . of Ardmorc, Pa., went into to- onri flying out. Jim""lce Water" Kckard got da >'' £ Barter finals with a third the loop leaders off to a winging! r °H nd 4 ' 3 victory over France's start by cracking his third horn- Thl £ rr y Gocliltol. n L r? S M C ' ? sse . rls lhc presumably because his earnings perfectly legal, em- are no , as hiBh „ lhn „,. „„ , phasizing provisions for such are slated plainly in the owner-player contract. story and -lohn Selshy. anothe: Princetonian. from Rye, N. Y.. thinks he's it in this case. He was eliminated in the second round by Col. Donald Eisenhart, of McCook, Neb., who beat him on the 19th ''hole. er in Ihe last two games. His blast, a short into the cemetery, came in the first after Ted Durbin had walked and F.lliott singled. Eckard also added a single while Elliott, Vcrnon Pen- 1 ner and "Butch" Johnson hadj n two hits each. Jim Gaffneyj socked a pair for the BPOmcn.' Caseys Back At .500 jWcary Brilons Finally Knights of Columbus got back'jj ,, /^ into the .500 class and thc race' for fourth place by taking win- 1 less Celanesc across, 15-8, on the latlcr's field. Pittsburgh There's a sad part to every j -. Prick Declines Comment Horse EPSOM. England If, — Rep. Emanuel Cellcr (D-NY1, are not as high as the others. "Baseball has no right whatsoever to impose fines on players," asserted Johnson. "!t is entirely in arbitrary action. To impose-a penally without a hearing violates Latest addition to the Giant re- Allegany Field. Pirates of Dapper Dan Little lief corps is lefthander Jiin] Lc ague Monday, 4 p.m., Penn Davis, 31-year-old kmicklcballcr-Avenue Field, acquired from St. Louis for a sum "in excess of the $10,000 waiver price." Jim's uncle is 40-year-old Marv TURN RIGHT in here for your car insurance Will your automobile insurant* really give you th« compfere protection you need? The time to make sure about that is now. Turn right in here and let us show you how to get it NcTobligalion, of course. GENERAL INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDING Clark-Keating Bldg,, 50 Balfo. Sf. head of the House Judiciary sub-Hhe due process clause of Ihe fed-j Gri ssom, dean of Giant relief committee-scheduled to open its eral and state constitutions. This Pitchers. congressional probe of sports aiis the clause that protects an in- week from next Monday, thinksjdividual from losing his life or fining of players by owners is le- his ;al but "deplorable." Commissioner Frick and player's attorney J. N'orman Lewis declined to comment, as did other prominent baseball officials con-' laded. Anyway, whether it's legal or Britons who've' applauded politely n0 '' " lc players have no ini at a long series of foreign tri- °^ challenging il. property without the due pro" cess of law. .u i. the hasc ' RICHEST 'CUASE NEW YORK INEA> — The United Hunts will again offer a' hill trriu-inr.'i,.' "i '"" "-"[S50.000 purse for thc 34th running: ?o a 'nne rU tr e p(a7ers™ t s a a?d m Re; r °f lte Tcm <* Gw * h ""* S1 "»H Celler. "However, this is another illustration that the players are ^j'ust peons .for the owners. Why itentionithe players allow themselves to tossed about is beyond my chase at Belmont Park. Oct.. 16. It is the richest 'chasing stake in the world. PI t r r ii h i , Plate Glass tell back into «>e lljnphs in lhc Ejfeom Dcrb » fj|)al . Speaking for I he six members comprehension " -- deadlock for-.the_ -postliiui— asllyJiad.a-chflnjpinn horse of their °' 'he New York Yankees who roArmvr ° ACH1NG — .- er or anees wo Moose dropped Ihc Platers, 7-3, a! own today.- Crepello. ^rere-fined a total' of-ss.SOO by Stitcher Field. Crepello. British-bred. British- H Llb OWIler Dan T °PP'»g for their , „ Gene Scalella won over Johiijowncd and British-trained, took a P arl in a night club fracas aL.,, ' SBUHG> Pa- — <NEA) — Surash but both teams had to late lead Wednesday and held off' 1 ™" 1 ' 1 ' S S<>. team player rep-' nc cn<ied >2 years of call in relief pitchers to finish American - owned but Irish - bred' rcscntativc Jcr O r Colcman said: | seb ?" coac hing at Bucknell. the job. Ballymoss to win' by I'i lengths. " Tile P'aycrs have accepted thei 11 ? wil1 bc tlc;J(i football coach BOD McGreevy connected for a Ballymoss is owned by John Me- '' ncs as P arl °f the proper base-; 3 . ' eac her. at Lewisburg Joint triple and two singles to pace Shain, Philadelphia conslruction! ba " procedure. |High. ; in September. . the Caseys' 14-bit assault while man. Third went to Pipe of Peace, Scaletta, Mickey Clark and Joeiowned by Stavros Niarchos. Nolan had two hits each. One ofj „ Sealetla's smashes was a three-' av bagger. Kcelcy Lewis with thrce- for-three and Mickey Cunningham with two hits headed the Silkmen al the plate. Webb Hull, making his first start, twirled the Moose, to a ;v decision over Pittsburgh Plate..; He also aided his own cause wilhjf • a three-run homer in (he fourthli inning. John Esposito banged ajf " triple and single for thc winners r Bill Thompson, who relieved "Bud" Law in the fourth inning, I turned in a nice job, yielding only' one hit in four frames. He also excelled In the lield before lak-i' ing over on thc mound. The! Glassies' four blows included a! triple by Joe Thompson and a two-base hit by Harbaugh. AT ,M,l,Kr..\NV B. P. O. Klkj IVXl <M>0 1—t I 1 Outdonr Club Ml K* i—A 10 i t'ndcrdonfe antj Prnrr. Kllinlt, G. Kauflman <n and Bradv. im—Jim Eckard (Outdoor Club). WP—Elliolt, AT FORT IIILt T. F. W HI !•!« I—in li 1 • liter's IWV noo ft— ft X n Shtcli and Dean, Miller and RKter ,BB—Cii/ord (VFW). AT 8TITCIIER FIKLO Mooit WKI 3)0 n— -, . & 4 Piltjburth PUU ,. . wo ilo (v— 1 t .1 Hull and Spelr. LJU.. n. TTiompson <41 ind Frye- HR —Hull (MooM). AT CELAXESK FIK1.D K. of C IW RIII |_|-, n 4 Celineir .. Ml .\|] n— » III 2 Stiltua, Lolbcl 151 and Kfjc. liar dtn (51. Siif.,h. Kitnhoter (3) and ttolford. H P— Scalclt* I P—«:iirash Pratt. Dartmouth back, also plays lacrosse. full- "I do not know personally whether they feel the fines were exorbitant but I'm certain our fel- ,lows are willing to let the matter Irirop without the slightest thought Diver Warren Frischmann and breaststroker Jon Buzzard won Eastern Intercollegiate titles for Syracuse last winter. COMPLETE SELECTIONS! SPORTING GOODS WILSON Hardware 30 N. Mech 0 Bie-St. Pa nt hers'Conrad PVC Batting King Pounding out 16 hits in 31 trips to the plate for a .516 average shortstop Jim Conrad of Franklin High won Ihe 1957 baiting championship in the Potomac Valley conference by hvo points Runnerup to Conrad was Bill Clcvenger of Keyser who had 1R safeties in 35 official appearances and a .514 mark. Conrad plated in eight games while Gevenger was in 10 tilts. Third place went o Frank Wilson, of Elk Garden, who smacked th,e pill at a .471 clip. Two bat-' lers from champion Mooreficld, Billy Keller and Ralph Bean, finished fourth and fifth, respec-. lively, wilh averages of .469 and .464. Clcvengcr had more hiis than any player in Ihe 15-school cir-' cuit. 3 total of 18. while John McCaulcy, Capon Bridge's versatile tosser who posted a 7-2 rcc-j ord as a pitcher, and hit .350, led' the league in runs wilh 18 and hit the most home nms — three. 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