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SIXTEEN THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, X. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 1 1 IO.m. High School Blanks Middletown, 5-0, on Two-Hitter Ace Whiffs B. Shelightner Homers Sam Jones Fans Side Bob Maines unfurled a 2-hitter and fanned as Kingston mT i High blanked Middletown, 5-0, in a DUSO League game yes- Jt rOtCCt 1 1 in the of the terday at Dietz Stadium. The victory squared the DUSO record at 2 wins and 2 losses.

Big Bob Shelightner contributed a three-run homer fifth inning and Maines connected for his fourth triple season. THE ONLY HITS off Kingston southpaw were Redi-1 bloop single in the third and a ciean safety by Artie Myers in the fifth. The big southpaw met the only challenge to his shutout by fanning the side with the bases loaded in the sixth. A walk, choice and hit batsman jammed the sacks with none out but Maines whiffed the next three batters. Kingston made only seven hits off Art Refider, the Middie starter, but judiciously inserted the long ball.

Maines led off the fourth with a triple. Johnny Culjak walked and stole second and Frank1 Turck drilled a single to center, scoring both for a 2-0 lead. TWO LONG HITS loomed for the Maroon bats in the fifth after Joey Hoffman got a life on shortstop miscue. Jim Jackson, who collected two hits, doubled and Shelightner picked this spot for a circuit clout to deep right field running the score to 5-0. Jackson and Maines shared batting honors with Shelightner with their two safeties.

The other local hits went to Ronnie Ashdown and Turck. Kingston makes its next league start against Newburgh Academy and Billy Short Monday at- the stadium. Short fanned 17 of his first outing against Kingston. Maines or Iloughtaling will start for the Maroon. The Kingston High Miller Balks on Trip to Minors Baltimore, May 13 Lefty Bill Miller who says not going to pitch in the minors was to learn today what his baseball future will be.

He has threatened to take his case to Commissioner Ford Frick if he find out. The 27-year-old Minersville, native, a by-product of the big Yankee-Oriole swap last winter, was dropped from the Baltimore roster Wednesday, just a few hours before the cutdovvn deadline. General Manager Paul Richards announced only that Miller had been cut, After 24 hours of not knowing where he was bound. Miller announced last night he would go to Frick today if his status explained. 5 AB PO AE Ashdown, cf ..........3 0 00 0 Hoffman, lb ..........4 1 01 00 Jackson, If .............3 1 2 0 0 0 Shelightner, 3 1 1 13 1 0 Maines, 3 1 2 0 3 0 Cul jak, 2b 2 1 20 1 Turck.

ss 3 0 1 3 1 2 Dawkins. 3b ..........3 0 0 1 11 Houghtaiir.g. rf 30 0 1 00 27 57 216 4 Middletown High AB 0 AE Onorati, lb 3 0 07 0 0 Elder. 2b .............2 0 0 4 10 Brighan, ss .............3 0 00 2 3 Lempka. 3 3 0 0 02 0 1 .............3 0 1 00 0 Diana, rf .............2 0 00 0 0 Lawrence, 1 0 00 0 0 Carvi ila, cf 0 01 0 0 Brown, rf 0 00 00 Petrozak, 2 0 0 6 00 Nichols, 10 0 0 00 Reidfer, 2 0 1 0 1 0 Clearwater, 0 0 00 00 Lundgren .............0 0 00 0 0 25 0 2 18 63 Score by Middletown innings: 0 0 00 0 00- -0 Kingston .............0 0 0 23 0 X- -5 Two base hits, Jackson Triples.

Maines. Home run, Shelightner. Bases on balls. Redifer 2 Strikeouts. Maines 13.

Redifer- 6. Umpires. Donnelly and Rivenbergh. Woodstock CC Announces Golf Calendar for 1955 Woodstock Country Club has scheduled 30 competitive events on its golf calendar for the 1955 season, chairman Charles J. Tiano has announced.

The competitive season gets under way Saturday with a handicap tournament. Several new- types of tournaments will be introduced at the Woodstock links this season. The several popular standard features such as the Warren Town ley Memorial, Cup and the Woodstock Open are retained. The club will be host to the first round of the Father Hcrdegen Memorial tournament iJune 18) and will take part in National Gplf Day ceremonies on Saturday, June 4. An inter-club match has been scheduled with Twaalfskill.

The calendar follows: May tournament May tournament May tournament May tournament June Gulf Day June 11 June 18 June 19 June 26 July 2 July 3 July July July July July July July 4 916- 1723- 2430- SET YOUR CAR READY FOR SPRING Complete Collision 9 Repair Modern Auto Body Center Robert K. Townsend, Prop. 37 St. Phone 7870 Auto Refinishing Poreelainizing Convertible Tops Seat Covers for Thelma Garon Tops in Central Thelma Garon's 515 series Fuller Shirts was high series in the Central Rec League last night. She rolled games of 149, 166 and 200.

Marge Jansen, a teammate, shot 211 for high single honors. ELLEN HCTTON fired 412, Belle Schwartz 410, Marge Jansen 464, Gladys Schilling 426, Dot Walthery 452,, Amy Mauro 447, Lois DeCicco 416, Marge Delamater 417, Elinor Burberg 473, Marge Logan 448, Phyl Gehringer 439, Lillian Kilban 411, Hilda Johnson 415, Janet Hines 424. Mary Mills 481, Peggy Norton 405, Marcia Clark 460, Jessie Burnett. Team results: Old Capital Motors 2, Fuller Shirts If Tavern 3, Stone Ridge Fire Aux. Yan- derlyn Battery 2, Grill Marcrest Lamps 3, Spada's Sport Shop 0.

Three-Wav Tie Hot Springs, May 13 UP) shooters may wind up as also rans in the $15,000 Hot Springs Open golf tournament. Thirty-eight shot par 72 or better in first round. Ted Kroll of Bethesda, A1 Besselink of N. Doug Ford of Kiamesha Lake, N. and Bo Wininger of Oklahoma City were tied for the lead with 67.

By ED WILKS, the Associated Press getting so that only sometime guys, castoff and sore arms pitch no-hitters in the major leagues. The big name pitchers just come close. Toothpick Sam Jones, a 6-4 righthander who Cleveland gave up on because of a sore arm, added to the trend by handcuffing Pittsburgh's Pirates without a hit in a 4-0 victory for the Chicago Cubs yesterday. Among other things, it was the first no-hitter since last June 12 in Milwaukee when Jim Wilson stopped Philadelphia cold 2-0 for the Braves. Wilson had been around since 1945, getting trials with the Boston Red Sox, St.

Louis Browns and the Philadelphia A's before joining the Braves in Boston in Now he's with Baltimore. THE MOST RECENT no-hit success before Wilson's was the 6-0 job a lad named Holloman hung on the Athletics for the Browns in 1953. Botx) did it in his first start for the St. Louis Club, but won only two more that season while losing seven. From there he trailed off to the minors.

You have to go back to 1952 before you find names like Virgil Trucks and Carl Frskine in the no-hitter list. Jones made it tough on himself. and the scant 2,918 fans, by walking the bases full with none out in the ninth. Then he dug deep and threw just one more pitch outside the strike zone while fanning Dick Groat, Roberto Clemente and Frank Thomas to become the first Cub to hurl a no-hitter in 20 years and the first Negro ever to do it in the majors. STANDINGS By The Associated (Lastern Standard Time) ATI KB I.

KAO IK Pet.GB. Cleveland 19 8.704 Chicago 169 .640 2 New York ..14 10 .583 3 Det oil .................1511.577 Washington ..1115 .423 7 Kansas City .1015.400 a Boston. 1117.393 Baltimore 8 19 .296 11 in m. Handicap Stroke tournament Her degen Memorial Mixed Scotch foursome Tournament (18 holes) ley Memorial (18 holes) -Town ley Memorial holes) -Flag tournament -Member-guest tournament -Par-Bogey tournament -At Twaalfskill club) -Points tournament -Mixed Scotch foursome -President's Cup 18 holes) July Cup 18 holes Aug. rounds for club championship Aug.

Scotch foursome Aug. Open (27 holes) Aug. club championship Aug. club championship (36 holes) Sept. tournament Sept.

Sept. Play Against Par Sept. of Sexes Sept. and Blues Sept. tournament Oct.

tournament Oct. driving contest COMBINATION SHOW 1: MIDGETS I 5 and li; STOCK CAR 1 RACES I SAT. MAY 14th at 8:30 P.M. i 1 RHINEBECK SPEEDWAY 1 ADMISSION under 12 with Parents 1 FREE 1, THE LONE OTHER National League game also was spectacular. Del Crandell broke it up in the 12th with a home run off Ed first hit in 24 at gave Milwaukee a 2-1 victory over Brooklyn.

The Dodgers now have lost two straight, a real slump after winning 22 of 24. In the American, Maury McDermott and Washington broke winning streak at six games by a 3-0 count, heating Rookie Herb Score despite only two off the lofty in six Chicago beaf Baltimore 6-2 with four runs in the ninth and Boston whacked Kansas ity 12-7. Detroit and New Yoi were idle. Jones, part of the winter deal that sent Ralph Kiner to Cleveland, walked seven and fanned six. The Cubs hacked him up nicely in the field and tagged loser Nelson King and Vern Law for 15 hits, one Ted homer.

AT MILWAUKEE, Gene Conley went all the way for the Braves, hooking up in a duel with Carl Frskine for 11 innings. Erskine was lifted for a pinch- hitter and Roebuck came on in the 12th. Crandall smacked his second pitch. Score fanned seven, tying the Bob Turley for the major league lead with 57, but walks got him in trouble. The leading active major league consecutive-game streak came to an end in the game as Eddie Yost, Washington third baseman with a string of 838 straight games, was sidelined by tonsillitis.

Major Lrague Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN I.KAOIK Ratting (Based nn 75 at hats) Kaline. Detroit. .390: Kuenn, Detroit, 382; Bauer, New York, 327; Vernon, Washington, .324, Smith, Cleveland, ,315. Buns Cleveland. 26; Car- rasquel, Chicago and Bauer, New York, 24; Mantle, New Yoik.

23; Kiner, Cleveland. Kaline, Detroit and Power, Kansas City, 20. Buns Batted In Zernial. Kansas City and Vernon, Washington, 27; Nieman, Chicago. 24; Kaline.

Detroit, 22; Finigan, Kansas City, 21. Hits Detroit, 42; Kaline. Detroit, 39; Smith, Cleveland, 34; Vernon, Washington, 33; Avila, Cleveland and Bauer. New Yoi k. 32 Doubles Wilson, Kansas City.

Agganis and Lepcio, Boston, Kuenn, Detroit and Finigan and Power, 1 Kansas City. 7. Triples Fox, Chicago. Kaline, Detroit and Carey, New Yoik, 3. Eight players tied with 2.

Home Runs Zernial. Kansas Cltv, 10; Dollar. Chicago, Kaline, Detroit and Mantle. New York, 7: Nieman, Chicago, Smith, Cleveland and Bauer, New York. 6.

Stolen Bases Chicago, Jensen, Boston, Kaline. Detroit and Busby, Washington. Coan, Baltimore! Rivera, Chicago and Runnels, Washington. 3. Pitching Wynn.

Cleveland, 3-0, 1 000; Dorlsh and Consuegra. Chicago, Morgan, New York and Gorman, Kansas City, 2-0, 1000 Strikeouts Score, Cleveland and Turley. New York, 57; Sullivan, Boston and Lemon. Cleveland. 31; Garcia, Cleveland and McDermott, Washington, 29.

NATIONAL LKAGI Ratting on 75 at hats) Mueller, New York. Repulski, St. Louis, 364; Logan, Milwaukee. Campanella. Brooklyn, Schoendienst, St.

Louis. 345 Buns. Snider, Brooklyn. 25; Aaron. Milwaukee.

24; Gilliam. Brooklyn. 22; Milwaukee and Dark, New York. 21. Buns Batted In Brooklyn.

31; Brooklyn. 28; Fu- iHo. Brooklyn and Fondy. Chicago, 4: Thomson. Milwaukee.

22 Hits New York, 40; Re- ulski. St. Louis, 36; Aaron. Mil- aukee. 35; Campanella, Brooklyn nd Moon, St.

Louis. 34 Doubles Campanella, Brooklyn nd Adcock. Milwaukee. Reese nd Hodges, Brooklyn and Repulski. t.

Louis, 7 Triples Fondy, Chicago. Bruton nd Aaron, Milwaukee and Mays, ew York. six players tied with 3. Home Runs Snider. Brooklyn, urillo.

Brooklyn, Kiuszewski and ost, Cincinnati and Aaron, Milwau- 7. Stolen Bases Boyer. St. Louis. 5: illiam.

Brooklyn and Harmon, Cin- nnati. Temple. Cincinnati, 3: ve plaveis tied with 2 Pitching Erskine, Brooklyn. 5-0. 000; Neweombe, Brooklyn.

4-0. 000: Jeffcoat, Chicago and Nichols, ilwaukee. 3-0. 1.000; Labine, Brook- and Arroyo. St Louis.

2-0. 1.000. Strikeouts Jones. Chicago. 46; ntonelli.

New Yoik. 45: Conley, ilwaukee. 39; Erskine. Brooklyn, Haddix. St.

Louis. 28. ----------------------Rookie Pitcher Jack Spring the Phillies was signed off the impus of Washington State I olleee in 1952. I VY Pet. GB.

Brooklyn 22 4.846 New York 1 3 11.542 8 Milwaukee ,.14 12 .538 8 Chicago 14 14 .5009 St. Louis ............10 12.45510 Pittsburgh ..11 15.423 11 Cincinnati 9 16 .326 12 Philadelphia 8 17 .320 13 1 3 Schedule Philadelphiaat (Jineiinnati. 1:30 0-2 m. Stars (By The Associated Press) PITCHING Sam Jones, Cubs the bases full in the ninth, then fanned the next three hatters to register the first no-hitter of the season and the first by a Negro in the majors beating Pirates 4-0. HITTING Zernial, Athletics-Belted two home runs, taking the major league lead with 10, that drove home four of the A runs in a 12-7 defeat by Boston.

0 --------Trio Tied With 64 In Sulphur Springs White Sulphur Springs, W. May 13 UP' Youth represented by Mike Souchak, Dow Finsterwald, and Peter Thomson was having its golfing fling today at least going into the second round of the White Sulphur Springs Open. The trio who shot 64s to be strokes ahead of par after 116 Candidates Report Trvouts To Start Mondav in IS -15 More than 115 hoys in the 11-15 age bracket registered for eut League trials -nt Lou Sapp p. Friday's Schedule Cleveland at Washington. 7 Garcia (2-3) vs Stobbs Chicago at Baltimore, 7 Pierce (2-1) vs.

Wilson (1-3). Kansas City at Boston, 7:30 p. Cecca rei 11 vs. Nixon Detroit at New York. 1 p.

Gromek (5-1) vs. Ford (3-1). Thursday's Results Boston 12. Kansas City 7. Washington 3, Cleveland 0.

Chicago 6, Baltimore 2. Only games scheduled. Saturday's Schedule Cleveland at Washington. 1 p. m.

Chicago at Baltimore, 1 Detroit at New York, 1 p. m. Kansas City at Boston, 1 p. m. Sunday's Schedule Chicago at Washington (2), 12:30 p.

m. Cleveland at Baltimore (2), 1 p. pi Kansas City at New Yoik (2), 1 m. Detroit at Boston. 12 30 p.

m. NATIONAL LKAtil THE FIRST TALLY: Boh Maines, KHS hurler who pitched a 2-hit shutout over Middletown High yesterday, carts home the first run of the game in the fourth inning at Dietz Stadium. Nichols is the Middie cate The umpire is Donnelly. Freeman photo Home by 2-Game Margin Devine Bids fm First Nieht in Fraternal 5 this vveek. prexid has announced.

The final tryouts will he held at Dietz stadium on and edncsdav of next week. All eligible youngsters who have not signed tip can do so next Mondav or Wednesday. League officials hailed the banner turnout as an augury of a big season for the FYL. I he team managers expect keen competition for the various positions and predict the best- balanced league in Nil'll! ITcw) io. Raul fRa- United Pharmacy Wins At Rhinebeck Sportsmen's Pennant Meyer (0-4) vs.

Rldzik Brooklyn at Milwaukee, 2:30 Loes (3-1) vs. Buhl (1-2). Pittsburgh at Chicago. 1 p. Littlefield vs.

Rush (1-2). New York at St. Louis. 1:30 p. Gomez (1-3) vs.

Lawrence (1-2). Milwaukee 2, Brooklyn 1 (12 Bings) Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 0. New York at St. Louis, postponed rain Philadelphia at Cincinnati, poned, lain. Schedule Brooklyn at Cincinnati, 1:30 Philadelphia at Milwaukee, p.

m. New York at Chicago. 1:30 Pittsburgh at St. Louis. 8 Sunday's Schedule Brooklyn at Cincinnati (2), m.

Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2), 2:30 p. New York at Chicago 1:30 m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 2 p. m.

m. in- post- p. m. 230 p. m.

m. 1 30 BUTTER LUCK NEXT TIME Robert Maslin, 12, was disqualified when he tried to enter his bullfrog in the butter churning contest at the third annual Butter Day Celebration in Mansfield, Mo. Robert wanted to drop the frog into the bucket of cream and let the croaker chum it by kicking around. have worked, too, but the judges thought the boy should do the churning himself. United Pharmacy keglers cinched the Sportsmen's Major League last night with a final rating of 61 wins and 44 losses.

TV finished two games behind in the close race. Mannie's Barber Shop took down both team records with 1034 and 2797. Frank Leskie had high average (183) and Robert Smith's 258 topped the singles department. BEST INDIVIDUAL shooter last night was Boh Smith, Hookies Tavern anchor, with 635 on games of 228, 213 and 194. George Goldfarb posted 243-608 and Leo Bechtold had 213-214616.

Rudy Beaury shot 527. Joe Murkoff 210-562, Don Koeppen 203-535. Paul Khederian 207-581, Ben Chipman 201-565. Joe Coughlin 200-566, Fd Smedes 200, Huck Svirsky 528, Ernie Bartroff Joe Bosco 541, Joe Mahar 200-532, Ed Esposito 200-556, J. Schatzel 212-534, Ed Koskie 526, Mannie Colao 201, Jack Blinder 209-570, Mike Levy 201 Final Standings Won Lost United Pharmacy Madden TV Drive-In Barber Shop Boh Devine, Washington, ace, has served notice tf will be the man to heat Rhinebeck Speedway ope doors for the 1955 season day night.

The program will he a combined stock car-midget racing feature. Devine says he will challenge Stan Disbrow's domination of the first night event. Disbrow has won the last four openers. Bob Hart of Nassau, a topnotch midget driver, heads the field in that speciality. The program will consist of ten events in all, with a 25-lap midget feature.

The stocks will go 30 laps in the big race. 6144 5946 54 51 53 52 5253 51 54 4659 43 62 THIS WEEK'S MARTIN-MORAN USED CAR SPECIAL '52 Ford Convertible FULLY EQUIPPED Exceptional Condition ONE OWNER BUY THIS CAR HORSES RIDING STABLE Near Williams Lake Rosendale, N. Y. FREE INSTRUCTIONS Singly or in Groups SIX round yesterday age contrast to were their the first in sharp closest pursuers. In back of the trio by one stroke were stars of two decades ago, Johnny Revolta, 44, and Henry Picard, 48.

B. Maisenhelder Leads itli 2 Bill Maisenhelder spliced games of 185-209-131 in the anchor slot for Splicing to cop individual honors with 525 in the Telco League last night. W. Johnson fired 501. Splicing was lifted to team highs of 851 I and 2387 on Maisenhelder Vi shooting.

Bill Glaser's 509 was i second best series. J. Vines shot 457. Art Eyman 472, W. Stopher 432, M.

Kachigan 435, R. Tromper 488, Charles Boice 431. Ken Hopper 439, George Heddy 463. J. Kelly 409, Ralph Halbert 477, Harold Decker 432, J.

Kuehn 475, R. Lang 446. Team results: A.T.&T. 3, Construction Installation No. 1 (2), Engineering Installation No.

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