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PA 2-4000 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1957 LITTLE SPORT, Retton, Kuliii Grab Honors In Conference n I C II M 0 N D , -Va. West Virginia's. Ronnie Rellon, a pitll-sized 5-7 shortstop wilh a big bat, led (lie Southern Conference in batting during the 1957 baseball season, olficial statistics showed loday. Helton, a sophomore from Fairview, w. Va., hit .417 to finish ahead of William and Mary's Doug • -%'lenley, who posted a .400 aver- *lge. A two-sports star who also plays basketball, Rctton captured mos of the league's hitting honors. He led in hits with 30, in rims score; with 23, in triples with 4 and tied Virginia Tech's Jim Stcele in . - ,. - „ , ., stolen base leadership with 8. P mc m tllc Pen-Mar Baseball ,,,;... , ... , , . „ 'League yesterday but in the lone WUhan? and Mary's Junior Dufti* on , Bcst pi ayc d., pacing Hyndman ' n Us icid J Hi games by ELEVEN By Rouson Hynclmau Pads Lead In Pen- Mar I'EN-.MAH I.KAfiUK Standing Of The Teams * W L Hyndman - Ml. Savage harrcU'ille Kihlman W (. 1 Ccnterville .. .4 5 2 Wellersburg -.3 6 3 Grantsvillc ...3 6 4 Fllnlslonc ....0 10 Major League Line Summary Rain postponed all but one. titles. The power-bitting outfielder smacked 6 home runs and tied George Washington's Sam Knislcy for the runs-batted-in lead with 20. VMl's Chuck McLennan and George Washington's Ray Looney each had six doubles, lops in the "conference" —: Behind Rellon and Hensley in the balling race were The Citadel's Dick GueretTi, .378; West Virginia's Bob Senay, ,35(i; and The Ciladel's Bill Marsh, .349. Among Ihc pilchers appearing in sufficient number of innings, whipping Flintslone, 10-4, on the winners' diamond. The Iriumph was Ihe 10 attempts for the Merchants while the Farmers dropped their 10th without a victory. _Thswashcd out lilts will be NATIONAL LEAGUE Reds 3, Dodgers 1 First (jamc) CINCINNATI 010000200—3 5 0 BKOOKLYX -. 000 001 000—1 9 0 I.AWI1KNCE. Acker (8> and Bailey; nilYSDAI.K, Lablnc C9> and Walker, Campanella. I1R—11 oak (Cincinnati); Hodges (Brooklyn). o Reds 3, Dodgers 0 (Set-omt Came) CINCINNATI 010000001-3 6 0 I3HOOKUYN 000000000—0 6 ( J>'(koai and Bailey; HOKI1UCK, Leh man (6), Laninc (7), Besaenl (8) aoc Walker. HK— lloak. Crowe (Cincinnati). ninth in C " l>s 7 > l>hil * 3 ilayed Bofurday, June- 32, with Ml. Savage at Centreville. Zihl-i/'/u'/s 4, Cubs 4 man at Barrelville and Wellcrs-j ourg being host lo Grantsville. Hyndman got yeslerday by shoving over seven The Merchants added their' finali Virginia Tech's Dave Kuhn of three in the seventh. FlinlslonCj Brnves 2 I'irdlcs 1 Hagerstown, Md., was Ihe league's got two in the third and single-! (First came' most effective hurler with a 1.45 Ions in the fourth and eighth. MILWAUKEE .. ooa ooo 100 01 earned run average. West Virginia's Buck Bolyard and VAH's Tim Maicr shared the runner-up spot wilh 2.20 ERA marks. The winningest pitchers were Richmond's Carl Games and Furman's- Charlie Moore, each cap. luring seven decisions. Carnes was the workhorse of the league, pilching 90 innings and permitting Ihe most hits, 80. George Washington's Jack Arthur led in strikeouts wilh CO, Iwo more lhan his teammate, George Bickerton, and Washington and Lee's Joe Knakal. TEXAS LEAGUE Oklahoma City 7-2. Dallas 2-1 San Antonio 2-8, Shrcvejiorl 06 Tulsa 4, Kort Worth 3 Houston 5. Austin 3 (First Game) CHICAGO 000000331—7 5 ( i'llll.ADKlJ'IIIA .. 003 000 000-3 3 : DnO'fT, Ixwn (9) and Neeman ICardwelt, KonL'ltTS (7) and Ixyata. Hli— Banks (Second Ga CHICAGO 010200010—4 , , . il'HILAnF.I.PIHA .. 100 010 020— 1 7 2 to Work early ICalle.l end of Sth-curtcw) — Drabowsky and Neeman; lladdix ill in p fir<sl Ilirpp imiinoq Milk ' r < s> ' Far U nisi uiri-L innings. > mt_ Neeman t3) and l^opatJ Glenn Evans iehlh chalked up 01-2 i.:, PITTSBURGH .. 100 000 000 00-1 " l:> (KICVM1 Inninusl TliOWiiRIDGi:, Johnson tilt Crandan; Friend and Hand. Foiles. Hit Aaron (Milwaukee). o second straight triumph forllynd-i man while spacing six hits and whiffing four. "Lefty" Bill Ila- berlein dropped his sixth without'p/ rH f es 5 Braves 3 a Iriumph for Ihe Farmers. Hci „,_..„., ^___, slruck oul five and was touched for 11 hits. Boh Cook led the winners al Ihe plate with a homer in the second and two singles. Bob _ !->/-•• Bryant came up with a double: Lards 2, (slants 1 rnd single while Cliff elites collected a pair of one-baggers. Two of Flinistone's hits were garnered by Harry Haberlcin. KlintsloMC 002 101) 010— -163 Hyndman 133 000 30x—10 11 G'Cards 10 Giants 7 B. Habcrlein and Lough. G. ' ' MILWAUKEE .. 000 000 102—3 1 PITTSBURGH 101 000 2]x—5 12 riZAKRO. Conley <6) and nice KLINE, Face <9> and Rand. liR Aaron (Milwaukee). o ST. LOUIS 000020000—2 9 NF.W YORK 100000000—1 t Miiell and Lamlrilli; MILLER. Gr som (9) and Katt. Hit—Ennis (St. l,ouis>. Evans and Bryant. Cook (Hyndman). IIR—Bob Hermanetles' Streak Ends, Williainsport Sweeps~Pair The winning streak of the Old German Hermanettes ended abruptly at two yesterday as Williamsport swept a twin bill from the -Oh Gee Gals on the latter's diamond, diamond. The twin setback shoved Ihe locals' record to .500 for Ellerslie Ponies After Fiflh Win (Second Game) ST. LOUIS 202 006 000—10 11 NF.W YORK .... 000 2.11 310- 7 14 MonAXIF.L, Wrhnicier (7), Wilhel: 01 ;mrt Cooper, Undrilh; BURN'SIDF r.iilzik (5), AntonelH Ci>. McCormi (71. Dnvis (B) an[i Westrum. IER—Musial (St. Louis): Mueller (N York). six games. The Hermanettes will! make their first home appearance this Sunday at Pcnn Avenue Fj^ld in a doubleheader against Jl'ie Lebanon (Pa.) Cedarcttes. '•ihe first contest is sel for 2 p. m. Snook Wins Bolh Ella Snook, 40-year-old hurler, pitched both triumphs yesterday, trimming Ihe Hermanelles, 3-1, in the opener and taking the 14-2 nightcap. A three-run fourth took the opener after the locals had started the scoring wilh a run in Ihe Ellersh'c puls its perfect record in the Bi-Sialc Pony Baseball League on (he line at home Ihis evening againsl La Vale in one of the. three circuit clashes billed. The loop leaders racked up their fourth win in as many starts Kriday by clobbering Midland 15-0. LaVale has split in four! Locals 4 In Money Hill Climb Event Cumberland riders didn't any events but finished in th noney yeslerday in the moto cycle hill climb near Damascu Montgomery County. The evei was staged by the Heart Maryland Motorcycle Club. Howard Mitzell, veteran rid' of York, Pa., and his son. Go don, wyti three of the four eveni Howard Milzell won Ihe fir top of Ihe frame. Jeanne Halc's games for the season- single, a pair of errors and Dot Ileavener's bouncer fo first ac-i counted for the tally. Williamsport got its three on a walk, error and pair of hits. First-sacker Nellie Smith drove in a pair of runs with a single to left while Snook's one-bugger shoved over Smith with the third marker. Six Miscucs In Second The locals blew up in the second clash, committing six errors. Williamsport scored ui Ihe first five innings, chasing across five ii both the" fourth and fiflh frames. Stouter was the big gun for the winners with a triple and three singles while scoring three runs and knocking in four. Hale had a pair of singles in the opener while Annabelle Loath- erman and Bowers had two each in the nightcap. Bowers was the loser in both games for Iha Her- inaneltes, being pressed into duty in (he nightcap when Pat Thompson was unable to take the hill. FIRST CAME HERMANETTES ...0001000—1 3 VvTLLMMSPOUT ...OTOSOOx—3 5 Boners and Metzger; Snook ar Green. SKCOND GAME UKRMANETTES .. 000 002 0 - 2 7 WIl.l.lAMSPOnT . 211 550 X—14 11 i BOWERS. HeavcneV (6> and Mel/ Ser; SNOOK. S. Smilh (6) and Green. Ml. Savage, in second place a ?ame off the pace, will be host o Midland (1-3) while Lonaconing (2-2) is invaded by Corriganville (1-3). 'Coney, LaVale and Frostburg are involved in a, „ .. _, three-way deadlock for thirdJl^frJl^ °"? C . e _" a ,?; place. The Frostburg - at - Cresaplown tilt has Ijeen postponed until Wednesday evening. All games begin at 6 o'clock. Froslburg also pro climb in 3.5L seconds fc lowed by Joseph W. Hemm Cumberland (3.77); Andy Ba cura Pittsburgh (4.23) a n Jackie iVeiland, Cleveland (4.30 The second test was won Jackie Neiland in 3.38 secon best time of the day. Howa Mitzell was second in 3.43, Dua Neiland. Cleveland, third (3.5 and Joseph W. Hemniis. Cumbc land, 4th in 3.84. Gordon Mit/ell copped the fir amateur event in 4.74 seconds followed by Charles Jacobs, Eas-l AMERICAN LEAGUE rioles 7, While Sox 5 First c;aine) LTI.MOKE 013 020 02&-7 II 0 I1CAGO 000120200-510 I) Moore, 2UVKRINK (61 and Triandos. nsbcre, Fischer, Stalcy [3), Howe]! , KKEUAN 171, l-spabr.e <S> and ,ltey. HR—Krancona. Merman (Baltimore). 5, White Sox 0 <Secor.d Game) 000 000 032-5 10 0 HC'AtJO 000000000-0 i O'Dcll and Ginsberg; Donovan idians 7, Senators 2 Louise Suggs 4 Gal To Beat' In PGA Final Garnet ASIIIMCiTON .KVKI.ANI) . 000 010 010— 1 6 . 000 400 3Qx--7 11 .... KEM.MEBF.n. Hernandez (5), Hyde > and Courtney: Wynn and Naragon. MR— Sievers (Washington); Wertz, 2 (Cleveland). ---- o ---dilators 7, Indians 6 (Second Game) V ASHINGTON '.EVELAND PITTSBURGH, Ufi — Threi girls who missed big chances tc wrap up one of the most covete( lilies in women's golf set out ti decide it loday in the final rouni of the ladies PGA championship And if you have lo pick a winne among them, the'name of Louis Suggs probably would come ou first. The reason is experience. Wiffi Smilh, 20 years old an golf pro for only aboul six months, led the way into the final round wilh a score ol 214 strokes :o 217 for Miss Suggs and tiny ng champion. ... 010 000 303—7 12 0 . 200 on on—e 10 i ..... . Ramos, KEMMEIIKR (7). Stobbs (9), levencer (9) and C'ourlnfs 1 ; Garcia AI.EY (7), Narleski (9) Aguirre <9) id Naragon. 'allies 5, Tigers 'I KW YORK ...... 000000320—5 0 ( KTROIT ........ 102 010 000-4 10 ; Sturdivant, IliUnar (3). ORIM (7) m-fcb (HI and Howard; Maas. SLKA KR <7> and House. IIR — IloTinE, Maxwell (Detroit); iouTon. Uauer (New York). ----- o ........... Local Netmcii Lose Windy Opener, 9-0 The Uiiioatown tennis leain and 35-mile an hour wind blew the Cumberland entry in the tri-Slatc "ennis league off the courts yes- ei'day as Ihe Pennsylvania!!* •egistercd a 0-0 victory in Ihe irst match of the season. Originally scheduled for the Jarlilz courls on Williams Road, .he match was switched to Union- lown after Saturday's heavy rain made Iho local courls unplayable. The steady, blasting wind was a major factor in manufacturing breaks in Ihe matches although all were closely contested and well-played. Highlight of the day, however, was a three-hour .struggle between Cumberland's Harold Brown and Al Springer. Springer Golfers Complain rness Course TOLEDO, Ohio in _ After one look, Ihe golf pros are y Sime Paces "!L Hitters GREENSBORO, c. un "bloody murder" over the tighten yelling fame iKhten-llanlic —Duke's Dave Sime, who gained fame as u sprint star, won the At- Coast Conference baseball cd Inverness Club course, sccnejbatting title this season, official of the National Open tournament .figures from the conference Serv- Open starling Thursday. "I don't know what they're try- ice Hureau revealed loday. The 6-3. 190-pound star from Fair Lawn. N. .)., batted a lusty ing lo prove," groaned Sam • Snead, one of Ihe lop favorites.1.376 to nose out teammate I.on is nothing like Ihe course!Bone/ck. shortstop for Ihe confer, e used to play on in Ihc four-!ence champions, who had an offi- Marlene Bauer llagge, the defend won a marathon 6-2, 6-8, 12-10. The locals are idle next weekend as Kcyscr travels to Union- own. On June 23, C'umbcrlanc vill be at Keyser. Yesterday's summary: Joe Krock defeated Rill Day 6-3. 6-1. —I—Biieki—J cnkin Red Sox 8, A's 4 Firsl Game) OSTON- AXSAS CITY Sullivan anil White; ) anil Smith. lin— !x*pcio. Piersall, Williams (Roson); Skizas, Zernial (Kansas City). Red Sox 9, A's 5 (Second Game) JOSTON 000 022 203—9 11 1 \AXSAS CITY ... 001 COO 010-i 10 0 SL'SCK. Dolnck IRl, rortrrfietd (8) nil Daley; MenKHMOTT. Durert (7), Gorman (8), Coleman (9t and Thomp- MR— Picrsall, Klaus, Gernert, 1-cpri Hoslon). Ccrv, Thompson (Kansas City). 3ut Chisox (Continued from Page 105 ictmors were cancelled oul in the second game when Roy Sievers "lammed bis 12th home with one iboard in the ninth. Early Wynrii ;ave the Indians their first com-; leie pitching performance since May 25 in the opener. Ted Lepcio's homer won it for Boston in the opener but Piersall <ind Ted Williams (No. 13) added solo clouts. Piersall also connected in the second game along with Billy Klaus and Dick Gernert. Hobin Roberts made one oi his rare relief appearances for the Phillies in the seventh inning and was tagged for a three-run homer by Ernie Banks and his seventh defeat in 13 decisions. Homers by Del Ennis and Stan Musial highlighted the Cards sweep of New York, Vinegar Bend Mizell pitching a four- hitter in the opener for his first win. Aaron's homers came in the seventh inning Pittsburgh. But Wiffi faltered at the crucial point of the third round yesterday —on the last five holes where her closest rivals also were having trouble. So, instead of having the championship in her pocket, Wiffi still was in a contest. Miss Suggs, a wiry 33-year-old girl, has been on the pro golf circuit since 19-18. She has won almost everything in sight at one imc or another and isn't likelj to be afflicted by tension in a howdown. Mrs. Hagge. who won the PGA title at Detroit last year am showed she can master the shor .Morgan. Host Churchill Valley course by win ning an open tournament here in 1956, also has had plenty of experience. But Marlene also ran into difficulties on the last five tricky holes yesterday. Wiffi, needing only to protect a comfortable lead, made her big mistake at the 356-yard 17th. She tried to hook an approach shot to the green, hit a tree and wound up with a double bogey six and a score of 73. Marlene, burning up the front nine with a two- . 200 02(1 013—8 13 301 000 000—4 r~Johnn> Byrd, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. S. Caldru downed John (Boots Sapp, 6-3. 6-4. Springer defeated Brown. 6-2 6-8. 12-10. Chuck Taylor won over Don Ilanekamp, 7-5, G-0. Allen Welch triumphed ovci Jimmy Twigg, 7-5, G-0. Doubles Krock and Jenkins won ovc Day and Byrd, 6-4. 6-4. Caldru and Taylor whippec Ilanekamp and Twigg. 6-2, ti-0. Welsh and Springer dcfeatei Waller Thomas and Bill Sitter 6-2, 6-4. of each game at under-par 3-1, slruck a spell of wild shooting, landed in a creek once and bogeyed four of the last five holes. Louise shot 5-3-4-5, two over par. on the last four holcs,~and that cost her a chance to gain. Long Chip Shot Wins For Palmer AKRON, O. — (INS) — Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., dropped a 25-fool chip shot on Ihc sixlh'i exlra hole of a sudden-dealh playoff lo edge Doug Ford of Mahopac, N. Y., for Ihe Akron Open golf title yesterday. The pair was deadlocked at 272 afler Ihe regular 72 holes and malched each other for five,!-; greens before Palmer made his brilliant shol. Palmer won $2,800 and Ford received $1,900. In Ihird place was Don Finslcr- wald, 275, who pocketed 51,400. Bill Trombley's 277 earned him $1,200, and four others. Tommy' Bolt, Art Wall Jr., Marly Furgolj and Dick Mayer who lied at 278 each received $930. German Meels Arentine Boxe NEW YORK, W — Alex Mitef: unbeaten Argentine beavysveigh returns lo action tonight after six-month layoff, when he meet Willie BcsmDnoff of Germany a St. Nicholas Arena in New Yorl Mileft's last fight was a 1 round decision over Archie M Bride at St. Nick's, Dec. 10. The he went fo Argentina where was married. Besmanoff won tw U. S. stalls, including a hoi h Boh Baker, but was ups by the same McBrido three week ago. The inexperienced South Amcr can has had only eight bouls i 50 by Besmanoff. Tonight's figl will be nalionallv televised. all tournaments. They're making }lf drudgery inslcad of fun." Jimmy Demarel, a three-time aslers champion who like Sncad as never won-the Open, said, ll's utterly ridiculous Ihc way >me of these holes arc laid out. prcdicl on Sunday we'll he pay- g homage lo anolher fluke lampion." Julius Boros, Vie Chczzi, Cary liddlecoff and Peter Thomson ere olhers to voice mild protests ver the gun-barrel fairways, ten- eious rough and lightning fasl rcens. The Inverness Club, wtierc a 43- ear-old Scotchman, 'fed Ray, 'on in 1920 and Billy Burke tri- icd in IMI after a rfwirtl 72- cial .370. The figures include Duke's five games the Blue Devils played in jlhe Districl 3 NCAA playoffs. lie- ore the playoffs, Bonczek's aver- igc was .397. lie had a miscrabla wo days there, however. The conference's lop pitcher was iill l.ovingood of Wake Forest, vho wound up with a perfect 4-0 die playoff with George Von Elm leasurcs G.919 yards and plays a ar 34-34—70. Main objections were to Ihe par ive 12(h hole, measuring 527 urds. The fairway umlulales 250 ards from the tee, giving Ihc long river a sidehill lie. A ditcl rosses Ihe fairway 150 yard arther on and then there is abou 0 yards of high grass fronting an ••levafed well-trapped green. ccord. He also led the league's Etchers with an earned run aver- ige of 0.58, a new ACC record. Howie Dare, Maryland outfield- r who lied Wake Forest's John jlokoe for Ihird in batting with a 357 average, pilchcr Dickie Small- vood of Duke (li-5) and Bonczek also figures in new or malched records during Ihc 1957 season. 'IJare led Ihc cohtSftncc in sreleir- bases with 31, a record. Smallwood led in strikeouts wilh 93, also d new league standard. Bonczek's 10 doubles, best in the ACC, tied Ihc conference record. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION •Nashville al IJltle Rock Ilirmingham 16 3. New Orleans 4-1 xMemphis 5, Chattanooga 2 AUanl.i. 2. Mobile 0 •Both £ames. rain \Sei-ond game, wcl ground* S(HENLt< OISIIUEIS (O..K.V.C. tlEHDEO WHISK, U PROOF. 45% CUIH KEUI84L SPIRITS has anolher er, Cumberland, (u.74), and Joe Grimm, Cumberland (6.00). Mitzell defeated Jacobs in the Isccond amateur contest '5.00) lo| (5.03) with Harper third in 5.S8' and Grimm fourth in 5.84. Grimm was riding for Ihe firsl time on an A.M.A. sanctioned progfam. Nine professionals and five amateurs participated. Jim Haupach of Cumberland who refereed yesterday's program will promote a card of four events Sunday. June 16, 2 p.m., on the Kline Farm hill near Ihe Elks, Lions Clash In Frostburg Loop Elks will be afler their first victory and Lions hope to take . over the lead in the Frostburg St. Louis Hawks of the National Hawks Sign Pair ST. LOUIS (m — The Two Boys Repeat n On All-Slate CluI),c,iSEv r s SEEK TIE CHARLESTON. \v. Va. on - F OR SECOM) PLACE change in its schedule this week, playing Ellerslie tomorrow evening at home instead of Friday. 'STOYE TWIN BILL LISTED FOR TODAY Rotary Club and Elks, two of Ihe three leams in Ihe Hot Slove Baseball League with 2-0 records, both play Ihis evening in Ihe doubleheader sel for Penn Avenue Field. Rolary opens Ihc bargain bill by clashing wilh Kiwanis Club al 6:15 while the Elks take on Lions Club in Ihe 8:15 finale. Kiwanis has ycl lo win in Iwo attempts while Lions have a 1-1 record. Jaycces (2-0) sport the other perfect mark in the circuit and ,,„._ , .„ , , , —- -make ihcir first start this weckj ?" J""- ° b ° contillctcd al with a game against Optimisl A ,', tomorrow evening al Penn A ve-!„,'._ Little League today as Ihe. clubs ash at 6 p.m. The Elks are fl-t for Ihe year bile Lions and Orioles are knot- d'for the lead wilh 2-0 marks. Cumberland Municipal Airport. jTwHight League Mccls Tomorrow Manager and captains in the Twilight Baseball League svill meet tomorrow, 7 p. m., al Scotly Orr's in Midland to discuss plans for the All-Star game to be played the first week in July. A discussion on the bv- Ilunlinglon Vinson catcher Tom Perdue and first baseman Steve Everharl of Martinsburg were the only repeaters on the 1957 All- West Virginia High School Base- boll Tenm selected by the Stale Sportswrilcrs Assn. Gene Adkins, East Bank second baseman, was the lone member of the stale championship Pio- *JTS to be selected to the first Knights of Columbus can lie for second place in Ihe Cily Softball League Ihis evening by handing Blue Ribbon Bakery its fourth loss. The clubs clash at Slilch- cr's Field al 6:15. The Caseys have lakcn one win in three starts. Old Germans vadins Lona'coning. Wright's Crossing playing at Finzel and Zihlman being host to Midland. Barton heads the loop wilh a 4-0 mark while Lonaconing Wright's Crossing and Midlam are fcnolled for the nmnenip slot wilh 2-2 records. Finzel had a 3-1 showing along wilh Zihlman to tic for the cellar. All three of today's lilts are to slart al S:30. hold down second place behind Orcaotl Slate Birk Hermans with a 2-2 mark. The fc °" ° linck learn. Larry Ward of Huntinglon al shortstop; third baseman Jack]/ Perry of Occana: Harry Morgan of Herndon, Bobby Weiss of Tri- artelphia and Fred Bauscrman of Mussclman in the outfield, and Mike Tomasovich of Wcirton, Larry \Vesl of Buckhannon ant! Joe Lalocha of Fairvicw, pitchers, completed the firsl learn choices. The ll-mt'inber honor team includes only I'.vo hoys who arc not seniors. Perdue is a junior, while Ton\asovich is a sophomore. All of the players exccpl Perdue, Adkins' and Ward saw action as Hermans are undefeated in five •games. pi' itcicrs, Dodgers of Dapper Dan Little League Tuesday, 3 p. in.; Friday, 10 a. m., and Saturday, 2 p. m., Slilcher Field. Lions of Hot Stove League Saturday, noon, Slilcher Field. Indians of Dapper Dan Liltle Field, distributed. Fort Cumberland Posl A.ncri- can Legion loday, 6 p. in., Naval Reserve Field. All interested icandidates report. Signed By Colls BALTIMORE, w — Jack Har mon of Eastern Oregon Stalt will bc given a chance lo make the Baltimore Colls of the Na tional Foolball League as a dc tensive halfback. Coach Wee Ewbank said loday. • announcing signing of hi EH in. nuikuiiuiiikg atglHIlg U. eighth college draft choice, bank said Harmon has the "spcet .. .. .„ , anci jumping ability you like t Uniforms will behave in a defensive backficli prospect." Harmon was on the sccon learn of the Associated Pres. Lillle All-America football lean last season. Baskelball Assn., loday signed Jerry Drier and Ed Romanoff, bringing lo five the number of the first year men under contract. FREE LAYAWAYS FREE ALTERATIONS SHOP METRO For FATHER'S DAY GIFTS SALE! 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