TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Redlegs Again Calling Tune In National League Ice cream, no matter how often; it's served, remains America's favorite dessert. So it was with the colorful Jake Mintz who died, Saturday in Pittsburgh of a heart ailment. Mintz was a popular speaker on the banquet circuit and even though he told many of his stories over and over, he never ceased to be en- lertaining. Jak<1 MlllU The little fast-talking boxing promoter was brought to Cumberland a number of times by But Chisox Whistling The Blues' In American By TONY OALL1 YORK—UN'S)—The Red .cgs arc calling the tune again n (he National League and the White Sox arc whistling the American League blues. That's the way the pennan races shaped up today after a busy Sunday schedule of 1 major league games which saw —Cincinnati, dislodged for on day, storm back inio firsl plac Iwiih a doubleheader sweep o ooklyn. —Chicago's White Sox slunnc Baltimore in both games t ve Iheir lead cut back to 4 .mes oTeT7?cw~YoTk7 Al Abrams for Dapper Dan sports dinners and was always a hit. He split more infinitives than lips of opposing boxers during his brief career as a fighter and coined more expressions lhan money, although he did more than all right for himself financially after lifting Ezzard Charles to the world's heavyweight cham pionship. No college ever thought of conferring an honorary degree on Jake. He made "MInti meat" of the English language with his malaprop- Isms, but probably many . of them were Invented lo make people laugh. On the occasion ot dinner! when speakers became too scriou: and their talks proved borini and lengthy, Minlz and- his ex pressions came as a welcom relief and oflen "saved the day.' Several years ago during on of his appearances here, Jak was describing a surgical opera tion. "At first they thought I ha 'golf stones," he said. "The they look an 'autograph' of m, heart and later found oul t£at had 'ulsters'." Jake also got a kick oul of kic ding~Mayor-Roy-Eves:—He SB beside "hizzonner" at the dinne and when, Muifz's turn came t speak he said Ihe mayor lold hii he was in the lumber business "But the mayor recently had a of his teeth extracled and ha trouble getting out words, thought he said he was in th 'number' business." It was . at same dinner Mlntz, .in referring to the invocation fcy a local minister, called It the "novocalion." Some of his other favorite e.\ pressions included: "Collosical" for colossal, "noo day plum" for nom de- plum "detour" for tour and "daze" fo day. Abrams. veteran sports editi of the Pillsburgh Posl-Gazelt probably heard more of .Minlz speeches than any other pcrso But like hundreds of others, i never tired of them. And by tr same token, Jake furnish Abrams with much humor for h widely-read column. When Mintz, who was born Fairmont, W. Va., learned, a fe years ago lhal he had a hea condition, he told Abrams in 1 picturesque mangled Englis "When you write my 'bitutor put something in Ihere that leave them laughing." But his death came as a sho to Abrams, a genuine friend, \v today wrote, "Much as I wou like to make good his final Quest, 1 am not up to it. 0 can't jest at the time ol the death of a friend." Mintz lold Abrams several days before his death that he is only living'to see Wilf Greaves, his latest protege, the middleweight champion. This was not to be for Jake, b t Abrams says wherever he is. I'll bet he's saying to whomever will listen: "What ya goin' to do? In this game you gotta lake Ihe bitter with the sour!" ''Smitly* Gels Degree Earl Smith, the former little ic fir.s^ lime this incinnati, 3 to 1 a —The Yankees beat Delroit in bizarre game which included a owndown-pitch fist fight, the tempted steal of second wilh e bags loaded and a goofy peg the wrong base. —Three, players injured at Chigo. including a skull fracture ceived by Baltimore third-base- an George Kell. —Hank Aaron 'taking over lhc ajor league home run derby ad from Mickey Mantle with lots No. 14 and 15. and other ivin-homer performances by Don oak, Jimmy Picrsall, Vic Wertz nd Roger Maris. Brooks, Phils Tied The Dodgers, who only Satur ay made the lop of the pile for this year, lost to and 3 to 0, am ound up in a second-place lie ith Philadelphia, Hi.games be ind the Redlegs. The Chicago Cubs defealed hils, 7 to 3, and were dcprive( f a clean sweep when the secom ame was halted in the lot: ming by the Pennsylvania cur ew law. St. Louis surged to within 3', ames of firsl place by swcepin doubleheader with the Nei 'ork Giants, 2 to 1 and 10 to 7 nd Milwaukee was 214 game ill Bit~lhe-basis—of-a-split-a 'itLsburgh, the Braves droppin 7e nightcap, 5 lo 3, after (akin ic 11-inning opener. 2 to 1. The Orioles dumped Chicago to 5 and 5 lo 0. as New Yor eal the Tigers. 5 lo 4. Bosto ivept Kansas Cily, 8 lo 4 and > 5. and Cleveland split wit I'ashington by first winning, 7 t and then losing, 7 to 6. The Dodgers were embarrassei former Brooklyn third-base nan Don Hoak before the larges Ebbets Field crowd of the yea n overflowing 33,850. Iloak bea Don Drysdale in the opener wit two-run homer and brought wo more nins in the second wit another homer and a sacrific fly. Brooks Lawrence won th 'irst game and Hal Jcccoat, ma! ng his first major league sla after 36 relief appearance pilehed the six-hit shutout. Birds Get 21 Hils The Orioles piled up 21 hi against the White Sox, includin first-game homers by Tito Fra cona, who later broke the inde finger of his left hand, and Bo Nleman. George Zuverink posit his sixth win in eight decision at the expense of Bob Keega and bonus pitcher Bill O'De shut oul Dick Donovan in t: second game. O'Dell scattcrc six hits and struck out n. i Kell was beaned by Donovan! and suffered a hairline skull fracture and outfielder Jim Landis joined a Chisox injury list which ImrcliilPs illy Named ?or Selima THIS WAY OUT!—Umpire Bill Summers leads New York's Tony Kubek owl of the crowd around Ihe mound, trying to break up Ihc free-for-all that followed a brief fight between Yankee pitcher Tom Sturdivant and Detroit first baseman Ray Boone yesterday. Boone charged the mound accusing Sturdivant of trying to bean him. (AP Photofax) LAUREL, Md., UV- Sir Winston :hurchill has nominated a filly or next year's Selima Stakes. ,aurel race course announced lo:ay. The yearling still lo be nanieci s among 588 made eligible for he mile and sixleenth race for year-old fillies. The gross prizes •ill be about S70.000 for the jvcnt lo be held in November o: 958. Churchill's silks firsl appearec n the United Stales at Laure asl year in Ihe Inlernational. a grass race worth $100,000. The itatesman's Le Pretendant was a disappointing 10th and lasl. Besides Churchill's yearling olential extension of inlernation il flavor to the 1958 Selima is iffercd in nomination of an Irish 'earling. Mrs. Nora Clarke of Dunderrj Stud in County Meath also has nominaled a yearling. Churchill's bay filly is, the daughter of Galcadpr, winner o he 1950 Epsom Derby. Mrs Clarke's brown filly, also stil .0 be given a name, is ttii daughter of Tulyar, highly prizei Irish stallion now standing stuc n Kentucky. The Selima is named for one of Ihe greatest mares of colonial times. Selima was brought lo the United Slates from England in 1750 and sent lo the famous Belair breeding farm near Laurel. The late William Woodward became owner of the farm and offered a trophy for a race named in honor of the famous Selima in 1926. The Belair breeding farm is in the process of being sold again after Ihe accidental -death of Woodward's son last year. The senior Woodward's estale continues to provide the Selima trophy. \tajor Pacesetters By International News Service AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (Bssrd on, rii olliclil 3t bats) 'layer and Club G AB R H Pel Villlams, noslon... 41 151 31 59 .391 FOX, Chicago 4» 185 35 67 .362 Mantle. New York 48 161 42 57 .257 HOME BUNS—Mantle <Ne\v York) 4: Williams (Boston), 13: Zemia Kansas Citv) and Slevcrs (Washing on). 12. RUNS BATTED IN—Sievers <Wash £lon), 40; Wcrt* (Cleveland). 39 MSnoso (Chicago), 35. HUNS—.Mantle (Sew York), «. HITS—l-'ox (Chicago), G7. DOUBLES-Fox (Chicago) and Plew (Washington), 15. THIPI.ES-Simpsnn (Kansas Cily). 5 STOLEN BASKS— Landis (Chicago) 10: Mlnoso (Chicago), 8; Aparicio (Chi cago). 7. PITCHING— (Based on most wins)— Growing Feiu ~ Criipts, Boone Defies Yanks Delroit erupted into a fist-sling-ljr og , Indefinitely ng ,brawl yesterday when Tigcri ' lay Boone was almost beaned by (DC troll). 7-4: Wjnn (Cleveland). 7-6. STBIKKOUTS—Pierce (Chicago), 70. o NATIONAL LEAGUE IJATTtSd (Based on Ji3 official at lial-0 l»yrr and Club G AB K II Pel Hodges, Brooklyn.. 47 m 27 66 .36 .Musial. SI. Louis.. 47 133 27 69 ,3,i Croat, Pittstnirsn.. 32 128 16 4j .35 HOME RUNS Aaron (Milwaukee 15: Musial (St. Louis). 12: Sailer (New York) and Moon (St. Louis). 11. RUNS BATTED IN—Muiial (SI Louis), 45: Aaron (Milwaukee), 40 Hoak (Cincinnati), 38. HUNS—Aaron (Milwaukee), 39. HITS -Schocndlentt (New York). 70. DOUBLES—Musial (St. Louis), 16. TnrPLES— Bruton (.Milwaukee) ; .Mays (Kew York), 5. STOLEN BASES—Mays (New York) f: Oilliam (Brooklyn) and Bruto (Milwaukee). 8. PITCHING—(Based on most wins)— Sanlord (Philadelphia). 7-1; .Jacksn (St. Louis), 7-2: Gome; (New York). 7 STRIKEOUTS — Koulax (Brooklii nd San/orrf (Philadelphia), 59. already included Larry Doby and Luis Aparicio when he pulled a leg muscle. Trailing 4.0 on homers by Krank Boiling. Charley Maxwell and Earl Torgeson, Ihc Yankees scored three limes in the seventh on homers by Bill Skowron and Hank Bauer and twice more in the eighth on pinch-hilter Don I.arscn's bases - loaded sacrifice and Torgeson's ;joncr. The free-for-all occurred in the Ihird inning after back-to-back homers by Boiling and Maxwell off Tom Slurdivant. The pitcher low-bridged Ray Boone. who came oul lo trade punches with him and precipitate a two-leam squabble. Both men were ejected. Garlitz Enters Toiiriiey Finals George Garlitz became a final st in the championship flight ol he men's spring handicap golf tourney at the Cumberland Country Club yesterday. Garlitz eliminated Ben LaVcne, 5 and 4 n Iheir semi-final round. Ed Mattingly and "Sonny 1 Peskin are the other semi-final Cat's' Kitteii Purrs,' Birds baffle Chisox CHICAGO UV-Remember liar/ (The Cat) Brecheen, former t. Louis Cardinal southpaw .who cd National League hitters in nots a decade ago? The Chicago White Sox do alter atching Billy (Digger) O'Dell of Jaltimore chop up their Amerian League lead yesterday. O'De!), a 24-year-old student of ic Cat, now Baltimore's pitching oach. blanked the Sox 5-0 yes- erday after the Orioles had vhipp^ed Chicago 7-5 in the first ^ame'of a doubleheader. Chica;o's lead over Ihe second-place Vow York Yankees was cut to 2 games. Brecheen. who won three World Series victories over the Boston Sox in 1946 whjje hurl ; -*g for the Cardinals, is simply crazj over "his kid." He has been In- :oring O'Dell and predicts "he'l be one of the best pitchers in this league as soon as he develops a change of pace." O'Dell, making his lirst start of (lie season, limited the Sox lo 6 hils. walked 2 and struck out 11. "1 wasn't worried." he said later, "because I kept getlin; stronger as Ihe game wore on. "Sure, I've copied Brecheen's style. What's wrong with that? He and Paul Richards (Baltimore manager) taught me everything I know. I never dreamed I could throw a fast ball until they got hold of me." DETROIT - (INS) — A grow- ng feud between New York and STOPS SOX —Billy (Digger) O'Dell, 24-year-old Baltimore rookie, blanked the league- leading Chicago White Sox yesterday, 5-0. in his firsl slart of the season. He struck oul 11. <AP Pholofax) Johnstown Event 'layer Of Day Kell And Fnincona a pitched ball and went forth to get his man, Yankee hurlcr Bob Slurdivant. The fight started in the third nning as 41,183 fans watched \'ew York end a four-game los- ng streak lo the Tigers, 5 to 4. Sturdivant had jusl been tagged homo .runs by Frank or Iwo Soiling '.'hen first baseman Boone came o bat and almost lost his head n (lucking an inside pilch. "They can throw at my legs and dust me off, but no one can lirow at my head," commented CHICAGO. W - Veteran third baseman George Kell and outfielder Tito Francona will be lost tQ.the Baltimore Orioles indefinitely following injuries suffered in yesterday's 7-5 and 5-0 triumphs over Ihe Chicago White Sox. Kell was tiit in the head by a pitch thrown by Dick Donovan of Sox in the second inning of loak Homers launt Brooks 11 Twin Bill By International News Servit" Dodger vice president Buzzy iavasi didn't believe in ghosu_ nlil a year ago last December,^ ,hcn he Iraded off a guy who ias been haunting him ever ;ince. Everybody accused Buzzy o! |rand larceny when the Dodgers ;ave up third-baseman Don Hoak ind Walt Moryn for Randy Jackion. The Cubs learned why he was dealt off when Iloak lied a major eague mark with six slrikeouts n a single game and he eventual- y was thrown into a trade that sent him last winter lo Cincinnati. There Hoak developed into a Hitter lhat had him leading the cague for a while and Hi ore re~ cenlly, the 6-foot-l, 170-pound Pennsylvania!! has become a iypical Cincinnati musclcman. His grand-slam home run not long ago spelled defeat for Brooklyn's Don Newcombe ant! Hoak's homers not only polished of! his ex-teammates again yesterday but put Cincinnati back on top of the National League pile by a game-and-a-half. Hoak's two-run homer in [he seventh inning of the firsl gama beat Don Drysdale and he accounted for two of the three 'runs in the second game with a (sacrifice lly and another homer. JOHNSTOWN, Pa., W — Joejri on already has smashed seven Campbell, fast .- rising amateur circuits —'as many as in any golf star from Knoxvillc. Tcnn.|f,,n year, major or minor .sinca and Purdue University, has add-ihe broke in in 1947. ed the Sunnehanna Invitation Golf and Charlie 'Maxwell| lne second game. He was taken to Mercy Hospital where White Sox team physician, Dr. John Claridgc said Kell suffered a possible hairline fracture on the upper right side of his forehead. Kell, 34, who has been in the Bnonc, who tossed down his bat American League since 1943, was to be held al the hospital 48 hours Tor observation. Francona, 23, suffered a fracture of the index finger of the eft hand when he altempled a shoe string catch of Nelson Fox' Sicvcrs' Smash Vr'ins amateur boxer with a big heart; The score was tied at 4-all and an even bigger following, i Ihc eighlh wilh Yankees on every realized one of his ambitions the base when Bauer suffered a men- olner day^whcn he received hisjial lapse and Iried to steal second which already was occupied by Bobby Richardson. The catcher threw lo Torgy at firsl who had Bauer hung up but Skowron swan- dived across home plate for what proved lo be Ihc winning run. AH of Uerlz's and Maris' (Continued on Page 11> California Nine Stays Unhealen degree at George Washington University commencement exercises But the popular "Smitty," who always hated to lose In , the ring — and seldom did, Isn't finished studying yet. He plans to work (his summer and go back to GW next year to start on his master's degree. Ear) majored in foreign ser- sls wilh Garlilz to meet th winner of their match for the title. Dr. Albert C. Eskin and Jad, Weber became finalists in th fourlh flight. Dr. Eskin won ove Mclntyrc, 3 and 1, and Wcbe trimmed Dr. Milton Granet. 4 and 3.' G. William Bibby moved lo the semi-finals in the first flight by eliminating John Baggett 1 up on the I8th. Howard Radcliffe defeated Vcrnon Wade, 1 up on the 19th. in Ihe second flighl semi-final. LaNeve won the best-nine tournament yesterday by posting a net 36-6—30. Rain on Saturday and yesterday's match between Ihe CCC and Lakcview teams Local Golfers Are Uiiljeaten Losing only two of 11 fou somes and lying for another th men's golf team of the Cumber- and Country Club won its third match without a defeat by whipping Lakeview Country Club, 1"i\k to lO'.i points, yesterday at Morgantown, W. Va. The match is the only one be- .ween the clubs this season. Cumberland will next meet Map- ehursl Country Club al Froslburg on Sunday. June 23. In the llirce matches to date he locals have won 26 fo'ursoines, lost II and tied three while piling up 7R'.i points lo 36'i for oppon ents. The 1957 team took nine matches, lost one and had a tie. Summary of yesterday's play: Mike Krak, pro, and Dyke Raesc. •lorgtntown. defeated Carroll Boggs pro. and "Bill" Calherman. 3 to 0. Orville W. Jackson and Cheater Becker. Cumlwrlaotl. tied Charles Wicde isrh anrt Dr. John Trotter. 1V4 to I'.V John Topper and Russell Ponton Cumberland, cieleatcd \Vayne Forlney and Tony Massinople. 2Mt lo ^. Col. R. W. Meats and Dr. A. G. Sanrt- hotf. Cumherland. defeated Frank ll Bowers and O. Charles Smith, 3 to n. Jerome Ellcnson and Morton Peskin •Tr., Cumberland, defeated M. Slerbut- lel and Dr. W. Strawn, 3 to 0. A. Walker and T. Layman, Morgantown, dctcalcrl Dave Klein and Marshall Johnson, 3 to 0. George Petras and .lames W. Beacham. Cumberland, defealed J. Singleton and Ward Christopher. 3 to 0. Boh Rcinhard and J. Tucker Mason. Cumherland. defeated W, Goldstein and R. Simmons. 2 to 1. Charles Xcmbower ai\d Bob Davis, Cumberland, defeated John Hancock and Charles Phillips. J'S to «. Earl Guard and William Claus, Cumberland, defeated J. Weiss and Thompson. 3 to 0. Eror and 'Frank Wilkinson, defeated R. Cottle and stalked toward the mound to do battle fist-wise. Sturdivant met him halfway, a 'ight began, the benches emptied and the two principal combatants vcre ejected from the game. The Yankee pitcher denied he vas after Boone's head and said he pitch was "a fast ball that just got away from me." He also denied moving (oward C rnrfk TSpli, ) the plate to meet the intiiriatedP 1 '" 1 c 1 *t'll' 1 Championship to a growing lisl of titles. The 21-year-old Indiana Stale Amateur and Open champ won Ihe fitlh annual Sunnehanna medal play tourney yesterday, defeating Bob Pratt of Seattle, Wash, on (he second hole of a sudden death playoff. Campbell and Pratt wound up with 283s at the end ot the regu lation 72 holes. They played the first overtime hole even, bui Pratt took a doublejppjjey 'six on the 403-yard second while Campbell was getting his par four. Pair Oakland Tills Two games are listed in Ihe Oakland Pony Baseball League^ today with Rotary Club meeting; Country Club and Moose laktng- the nightcap. Francona was treated and released. 111. UV- headed by Forty Co-eds Enlcr Collegiate Tourney CHAMPAGNE, A field of 40 co-eds, two slate champions, open play in the 13th Women's Collegi- alc Golf Tournament at ( the University of Illinois course hera today. Seeking lop honors in Ihe college golf circle will be Merian Bailey of Northwestern and Jean Ayhley of Kansas. line drive in Ihe second inning of on Woodmen of World. The Tiger, saying instead, was going after the ball which glKnccrl off Boone's bat and rolled toward third base on the line. Sturdivant said: "I thought it lhat he!l? or T? vp F/Vfmi 1 " 1 Aj .7 t ' *JA.dIU first contest slarls at 5 o'clock. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE San Dlcgo 1-4, Sacramento 30 Scalds 5.5. I.os Ancclcs 1-7 Vancouver TO. Portland 4-1 San Francisco 7-4. Hollywood 3-1 ran not off to the mound fight with wcs fair. 1 to field it, Boone." Boone made no pretext about lis intentions: "I went out to get him. This one was at my head." Pair Rec Contests Set This Evening Providing Sports Shoppe and Western .Maryland Railway come ap with victories in the Rec Softball League this evening tbe> 1 enter Thursday's clash at Post Field with first place in the circuit at stake. Both the Shoppers and Rail roaders are undefeated in the circuit wilh 4-0 records. They are involved in Ihe two games carded this evening. Sports Shoppe will meet South . - . . f ,. „ ., Merchants On Hie Fort Hit BALTIMORE. Ln — Indian iltcher Herb Score was eri route 1 >ack lo Cleveland today for another examination of his right :ye injured by a line drive May Making his first public appearance since he was hurt. Score was interviewed briefly last night on a network television show (CBS, "Toast of the Town."). Score said lie had a tentative date for tomorrow wilh Dr. Charles 1. Thomas, Cleveland eye specialist. He will rejoin the Indians if the doctor approves, he said, but doubts lhat Dr. Thomas will approve at this stage of recovery. The brilliant southpaw, who lurned 24 last Friday, has been recuperating at the Hagerstown, Md., home of an uncle, A. F.' Flood. Min'i Uniform Shirts & Pants lo match Popular co'ori ... * Gny, green. Arm/ China. S 2.93 & '3.98 Lee Riders Western'Style $2.88 °"> $3.88 Hub Army & Navy Sales Company 19 NORTH CENTRE ST. EXPERT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE AT REASONABLE COST MclNTYRE'S CHEVROLET, INC. 219 N. Mechanic St. DIAL PA 4-4400 (WMAR-TV) a newsman At the Baltimore studio, Score told two feet away he could riiake out his features "and two weeks ago 1 wouldn't have been able to do thai at all. I'm satisfied I'm on , W, Wells. 2 lo ° f to mnc play ' etl jDeMarcay Toijrncy Slated Tomorrow The eighth-annual DeMarcay Irophy tourney will be staged to- Those winning special awards on par three holes were: Nos. 1 ™°" ow - 10 a - m - -- - and 10-LaNevc.. No. S-Johnlf' 01 ! Association at the Ctimber- o- >y lhc Women's «* Field while Western Maryland latler's diamond. The Merchanls arc in Ihird place with three wins and a pair of setbacks while Post is knotted with Marine Reserves by taking two of four altempts. Both games are to begin al 6:15. INTERNATIONAL LF,AGTJE W. I,. | W. L. Richmond U IS | Havana ... 75 2a Toronto ... 2ft 21 ! Miami 24 27 Buffalo ...27 22|Columbus ..23 30 Rochester 27 27 (Montreal .. ia 31 Rochester 6-3, Miami 5.0 Havana 120. Buffalo 12 Cotumbus 5-2. Toronto 47 Montreal 4. Richmond I (Second same, rain) he mend." FOR SALE Thriving year-round Business in Cumberland Area with property Can make it a 7 day operation. Write Box 900A Times-News Cumberland, Md, VA A. A. .*. .»» .». .». .». .»»»«„ A. Atk A. A. A^». .*. A«A A A A f » J Free Stardae Baa :• 13-Clifton Van' 3 ^ c » unt [>- Club. The trophy for this straight handicap tourney is donated annually by Carroll Boggs, club pro, in memory of Mrs. Julia Creegan. Roby. The National Golf Day^ program was rained out Saturday and is rescheduled for Salurday. June 15. of l Pcnn State defeated favored Earls most ardent ringside.University of Texas 4 to 1 rooter during his fistic career| Nolrc D t i ournamen ; is assistant manager of the International Insurance Undenvrit- <n> in Washington and going to night school. Bob, who played baseball and basketball here, was (T.itUiatcd from I.aSallc in 1150. Earl gol his diploma at LaSallc In 1918. I I necticut ousted Florida Slate, 1 to 3. Games today bring undefeated California and Penn State together al 8 p.m. afler Connecticut tangles wilh Iowa State al 2 p.m. and Notre Dame lakes on Texas at 6 p.m. ((all times CST). Duke To Play Michigan DURHAM, N. C. Hfi Duke University and (he Vnivor- sity of Michigan will slarl fool- ball rclalions with a game at Ann Arbor Oct. 8, 1960, Duke alh-, letic director Eddie Cameron an-; nounced today. D. DeMarcay once sewed as local club. whose husband manager of the AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION WichlU W. I.. I .. S3 20|Ch«rl«lon Minneapolis 33 S31 Indianapolis SI. Paul .. 28 MIDomtr Omaha ...It 23 ' Louiirne .. Wlchila 4-3, rjanvcr Ml (Second came called 7lli inning I»u1sville M, ST. Paul 0.2 Charleston 0-V Minneapolis 8-4 OmaTia 6, IndianapoUi 0 w. i.. 29 29 SS 5B 22 2fi 1! 39 I/\C THE J W t MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street for AUTO ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS MOTOR OIL TIRES of LOWEST PRICES wilh every Man's or Woman's COAT DRY CLEANED & PRESSED Harry FOOTEIUCo. CLEANERS This offer good at ALL our stores in Cumberland. La Vale, Froslburg Piedmont and Keyser DRESS SHIRTS Laundered In Our Own Plant • Cellophane Wrapped Missing Burtons Replaced >, NATIONAL LEAGUE rhilariclphia Milwaukee St Louis New YorV C.AMF.S TOMr.HT rooklyn al Jersey Cily- 7 p. m.—Buhl U-2> vs .Newcombe (4-5). GAIIKS TOMORROW o 91 \e«- Vorli. 7 p. m . Milwaukee al Brooklyn, 7pm SI. Louis al rhilidelphU. 7pm. Cincinnati al Pittsburgh. 7 : |3 AMERICAN LEAGUE TESIEF.DAVS RKSftlS York 5. Detroit » Cleveland 7-6. 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