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Champions Bowling now out of the running in the second half of play, the Chemical Company bowlers (shown above)are assured at the league title as the result of having won the first in the Commercial League at Berkeley Lanes near Mar- The Funkhouser bowlers finished the first half with a 51/z points while the second-place Jaycee Jets had 34 Funkhouser team will meet the second half champion.s for the league title with the close of second-half play. of 14 teams are participating in the league. Five of the team is shown in the above picture. They are, front row, left to right:--CharHe Maconaughey, Rusty Stevens and Back row, standing:--Melvin Pierce and Huw Wii- Smallwood, the other member of the team, was not When the was taken OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE t Y JEFFERSON LEAGUE Standing Of Teams TEAM W L Dodgers 8 1 Braves 6 3 Cubs 4 3 Yankees 3 6 Giants 3 6 Indians 2 6 Games Coming Up July 6 ---Cubs vs Yankees July 7--Indians vs Giants July 10--Yankees vs Giants July 11---Dodgers vs Indians July 12--Braves vs Cubs Scores of the Past Week June 28-Giants 9 Cubs 3 June 29-Braves 6 Indians 5 June 30.Dodgers 11 Yankees 10 July 1.Cubs 4 Dodgers 3 July 3.Dodgers 8 Giants 6 Nelson Wilt, ace mounds.an for the Cubs, accomplished a feat Saturday which no other Jeffer- son Little League pitcher has Will " Victory Sunday Washin! ! a," in Return ement Wdl Be After Reveng Manager and coach Joe Branzell will bring his talented and hush ling young Federal Sh)rage base- ball team from Washington again this Sunday to Charles Town's Le- gion Park for a 2:30 p. m. encoun ter with lhe I,egion. Playing here two weeks ago, the talent-loaded Washington club gave tim strong I,egion batsmen quite a tussle before bowing ia a well played 5 to 1 contest. With the game lied at one all going in- to the seventh inning, a costly er- ror by Federal Storage second has(man, opened the door for the Legion to plate three runs and the ball game. Never failing to come up with many of the areas top college and high school diamond stars, Bran- zell's players are hand picked from the various colleges and high schools in the Washington, i Virginia and Maryland areas, i They always present an exciting ' i The Cl~rles Town American Legion basebailers who appear to become stronger with each passing game, will be going after and hustling brand of baseball their seventh victory as against two defeats Sunday afternoon at 2:30 on the Legion field when they play hostto the Federalan dare always welcomed oppon- been able to achieve since last Storage batsmen of Washington, D. C., in what will be a return engagement for the Washington boys. The Legion defeated this ents for the Legion. They have Z THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961 (ea(nn whon hP hurled three hit same team just three Sundays ago by a 6-1 score in what was the opening game for the Storage batsmen who had just been formed won many fans here m Charles ......... " into a baseball organization only a few days before they came to Charles Town. Since then the Storage team has shown more hit- Town and throughout this area ..... ball at the league leadmg Dodgers ........... .- , - ~ o,.~ ~h ..... M ~,,, ~ a ~ ~,,~tmg and pstching power and they are expected to gave the Legaon more competition this tsme. In chalkmg up sex wctortes the with their top brand of The dia- l' ~ "------ -- -'---- ~,, o~,v ,,,.~-. ~y,~ ~,a- ~-u ,,~.,.. Legionnaires have won over such teams as the Federal Storage, FBI, Union Printers, Leone's Frederick (Md.) VFW and the Volks- mend s,)orls and ,,enerallv alw'a~'s i zt was me nrst aeteat tor tne wagen. They have lost to Fort Myer and the Union Printers. Members of the team. one of the best the Legion has ever fielded h.i.. ,~z .~ hl, ~..,,..t ,,~ ...... ".,,. Dodgers this season and the first are, back row, left to right:---James (Jimmy) Me([son, general manager: Bill Benton, Tom Palamar, Gilbert Miller, Wimpy Zombro, ~'f .... .,~. a .,~ c;.,..' .... '.e .... '~. lI'(~ aIC It(r( seasons. It has not been since the Manager and player, Flicker Bond, Dock iWhltmore, Dickie Knode, Bootsy Leonard, Rick MadNon, and in front is little Benton Miller, . ' " " ~ " "/ "" [~ ~[~ ~ ~[~[ very first game of the 1960 season the bat boy. (Photo By Ciipp) n(~ wil!. pl~obab!:v (.all (m. Gilbert " " " " -- ...... ~- , ...... # this Sunday Miller has vei to I teated " - ~ " - start a contest this season and if Only in the third frame when Wmchester Rebels Upset Bakerton t Leqton Baseballers Trounce Leones ,h,.,,,.. ,+.,. Fe,e - the Dodgers pushed over three " " al S o~ ,, s ' '~ "" runs on two hits two walks and * * , . , ' ~ t rag~ ~s' bound to lind h~m ' , . = (liffieul! to solve. The remainder ! | error and a fielders chozce, was To Tmhten Trt County League Race, Of Balhm0re 116 For Sixth Vtct0ry BY MAX BROWN ()fill( I e-ion tin( un x~ ill be rout h Wilt ever m trouble For the first . - - iik~ t" ' ' "" .1VFW R att laafawn Ta gain r..a I n( one use(l nere me past three frames he held the powe u ~ , s , " " , " ' ........... ,rfllllp The Charles Town American,deep centerfield by Asplen Junday ~hich topp(d I,eone's of ~. Jgoaeer oats m cflecg wnen atter wn t l BW~Nli~ b~q~iV IT it IV Vq~lli VlVP q~ [ ...... , " " ~_ -- ....... ;;=... t ILegmn oasebaners came through l This completed the scoring for Baltimore 11 to 6. ~o~1~ eV~eHmUZotenl~t avvn~t l~e~le t~p I ~ [Sunday afternoon on their home [the Baltimore batsmen during the Y , TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE , Strikes Out 11 I field with their most powerful hit I afternoon but the Legion added If you find life is empty, try ! After the Holiday league.. -leaders. ._ scoreless. ..... I Standing Of Teams I Buddy Custer struck out 11 bat-I t'nl g attack of the season to hand [ three n, ore' for good measure in putt'rag something ,to'" it ; MARSHALL BROWN, newly-elected president of h took a mree run rauy m me . " ...... l~t ................ v-r for the ITEAM W L Pet ]ters and yielded only three hits I Leone's of Baltimore, Md. an 11-6 1 the sixth on two hits, a walk and Bonn to prepay $587,000,~ !harles Town Lions Club, starred at the quarterbeck w t~r Coach George Hills great Charles,Town High C2gLtJ rpw, at[kedhke an'lBakg ton 9 2 .8181aanJhl~aVFW:~20Ul~l:r~:a~lnYgl~adI itng~ining their sixth victory oflanG(iFl~rt Miller led lhe Legion's town Shu Coleman with a sm tt ng at ark w~th th, ee stogies with C r in on[ g - the season as agamst two defeats . )!'teams of the 1939-40 period, when the Panthers ...................... :" **,, ........ hi i t'. " . ," ............ Ll ~lt look easy while stea~-rollin~ over the opposition ~ The ?odgers~ ~ain= ~lbn~, on ]Wine~,Re?e2s 7 4 .6~61gle' double and triple and Mike [the Legion hit the ball harder an~i[in four trips to the plate while P]~K 4[ Wi~ M~RF| ,after week.., o r o 1 ..................... o -* ~, .... ~a .............. S .......... m~ .=v.m~** ..................... ., ] ........... I Allen each had three h~ts to lead [longer than at anyhme this sea- [ ~ toiler, Knode and Palamar each I me zong enu oz a o-x zuuu. ~uu ~ergeley rlaee o a .aaa " ' ' ' " h " " then aurcker who had renlaced I Tomahawk 4 7 363 Ithe hard hitting Vets 15-h~t at-[son, blasting three Leone pitchers[ ad two h~ts. Asplen, Klein and ! ~ l[M | [| .... c m a Brown led the lmtmg attack of~ " tack for a total of 13 hits in 'lud" g " " ' ' ( :! HOT.-TEMPER c est, a fie y c mpet'tor Corbm on the mound for the Dod Leetown 2 9 ASl I " ..... , .... [leo m m b . gers in the fourth frame, gave up"~ - ' " Its I Mary Yurish, ChalkyHopKins I home run by TUDDy Stouer, wmch I ne s. I aseball diamond who pitches for the Charles Town~,. hire ~nd hv the tirn~ thp first ] ~unaays nesu land 'Custer also hit two hits a- proved to be one of the longest I. Dick Forrest who had to be re- m~m Brim ~- ............ ~ ................. " iev " ' " ' 6 1 ed m the fifthstill was cred ~, eavae near costing the locals a 9 to 0 forfeit to the was nut out the Cubs had the ball [Wane. Rebels 7 Bakerton [ piece for the Vets who broke the [balls ever hit in the Legion fie.d [ . . . . ' , :., ' : i UUUI LII= Leone's team fro Baltimore here last Sunday for , =am . - [ Sleepy Creek 3 Tomahawk 1 I game wide open with an eight run I Not all the hitting was served I h.ea with the vi~'m~:y,.nis, t:iftn (n t ..-- w~ "~.'7"-- - tile season wnill2 150Doy 14enne ta-in with plate Umpire Bill Lightner... I Bracciale, Merchant' and Bur- ] Berkeley Place 2 Winchester O I rally in the seventh inning. ! up by the Legion however "as t~ie I : A... . . - t 0tin, (ith, 7tn allCl VFW 15 Lee~own 3 ' ' man was me mser zor Leone s ) ........ ----------O~ I cker were the only Dodgers to hit [ Jack Burch smacked a ninth- lLeone batsmen also blasted some ..... O~-t. D ..... BERRYVILLE'S FRANK HUFF, a real veteran of I safely, while Wilt, in addition to I JULY 9 [ inning homer for Leetown. /hard and well-placed base hits, in The boxscore: [ otmm xt(tt;e~ tit a diamond battle, has taken over as manager of the [ his fine pitching performance also Leetown at Winchester [ The Sleepy Creek-Tomahawk [eluding an inside the park home I LEONE'S AB R II ~PM am e I led his team at the plate with two W. Rebels at Tomahawk Itilt was a stirring pitcher duellrun Dy ~spien. It wasms secon(~ I Bruckner, 2b .......... 4 0 1 ~ LIII4nLcJ ester ball club of the Tri-County league and lastI hits and three trips. [Gerrardstown at Berkeley Place [.between two strono" ~ armed left-.[base.-, knock in two times at the lHolle{.,. ............... rf 4 O 0 ....... watched his team absorb a 2 to 0 licking at the [ He(tie Time , [Bakerton at Sleepy Creek [handers-Larry Miller and Robert [prate. /Asplen, cf .............. 3 1 21 T[l~tl of Berkeley Place Yanks. Incidentally, Frank has IAs a matter of fact the hast [ The Rebels are coming The ] Stearns. Miller struck out 13 and [ In addition to their hitting pew I Bree, cf ................ 2 o 0 I111 signed up" Doe Whitmore, who caught' a few games n.a:.... ~o ~,, ~am+i.,~ ~. [ +h,~ ........... i., ~ ......... I while Stearns gave up but five [ ed in some defeffsive plays with [ Law, If ................ 5 o o ] uaee L:ourse L " " / week was a rather hectic one'for Iwinchester Rebels that isl And [limited Tomahawk to seven hits I er the Legion once again also turn [ Klein, lb .............. 5 0 2 I i-. " egmn, for duty the remamder of the season... [having the,r wm streak broken, lway from the top spot m Tn-I I ........ , " I_ ' ............ '-" - -IPOST lIME 2 P M E D T --o---- ..... safeties and fanned five Ball Benton providing several as Waiters 3b 3 2 1 . , , weu as t~oo ~vta(nson t~zown c ;~ z z~ VISITORS AT Legion Park last Sunday were Mr. had two players injured and had County League play as the result Back to back doubles by the l ... . ' . . ', . ,, ' ............... ' n.,,r.,o .o+ ,,:.a Harvey McCuteheon and their family. The one- ]to stage a "Frank Merriwell' fin-]of the 10-inning 7-6 victory over ]Hessler plus a sacrifice fly by rne Legmn waste anb I nttcnet, c ............ 1 0 0! ...... time gettmg Inelr nlttlng anti scot nenncman p u l o , , , , , t Itching great for the Legion chalk~wd up a re~ark- m ish in a battle Friday evening lthe league leading Bakerton Sen-IMiller, produced the winning l. , : ' $ " [. " i~" ........... i mg attac~ unaelway pusmng tviu~pnv ph 1 0 0 I I II II I [ with the Yankees in order to win. Inters Suhday afternoon on the [markers in the llth. The lone [ ' - " : . . [; ", ~' , ....... ..... i , ord of 48 victories and lost only t o games whim [ The Dodgers were down 10-2 in [Winchester (iiamond. [Tomahawk run came in the see- I over a run on. three nits ano a IvananniKer, p ........ 1 0 0 [ T H E warn m the fnst frame Knode Bean p 0 0 0~ of the local ball club. He drew loud applause [ their battle with the Yankees, but [ The Rebels,started off slow, but [ end on a single by Charlie,Fink, I .... "" .., " . . [ " ' ................ l i~ started the game w,tn a smgte . troduced over the loud-speaker before the game [ they were able to push over nine [ in the past few weeks they have i walk and Butch Ruppenthal s one I .... " . , . , I . ---------- I . . 1, . men after ~omoro nan walked Totals 35 6 9 nenanaoan JURC[IOII / runs in th final frame'to win get- ] been the hottest team in the eir- I base blow. I .......... 1 " " .............. ) ~touer smgma ana ~omoro ~as LEGION AB R H ]ring six of them after two hands]cuR.and their victory Sunday to-[ Fink had a single and triple..... ' / t l nPit n (hmh ARLY EVE rtainly put ,a damPer, I were out. ' / gether with a victory by the Vet-]Wayne Spies had two singles and Iut wnen ne was_.caUgnm .m a[ Knode, 2b .............. 4 2 2 .............. queeze oetween tnlra a (I nolne Zombro 3b 4 ention the slim crowd at the Legion s big pro / With the ~core reading 10-5 and/erans of Foreign Wars batsmen of ]Brownie Eversole had a doublelS . ' .I , ' ............ 1 1 ~ urrr~ u ~ increase Leau Stotlel s ,,a~ ~m ,~ r, tg show on July 4th at the ball park.Announce- m two away, the Dodgers appeared/Martinsburg over Leetown by a/for Tomahawk: t ......... ]~ ", .'s .............. 4 1 2t : in me sceona trame me Legion Mille If all but beaten when little Jim[15-3 score, cut the Bakerton leadl Junior Van Metre who had toss[ " / " r 4 2 3 A . ITADI , s 'as made that the Post will try another show here [Bracciale dropped a blooper over ~ to a game and one half. [ ed a no-hitter two weeks ago cam [... " :. , .: ] .............. [ il esday night, July 26 and this will bring together emginCreasedovex tnreetheiz runslead tOon4tnree0 by PUmtsh LeonardBentn lb ' ' 3 1 0 "" ~'. ............... ~'*" a big championship d hml ~eonara openec~ me ~rame w]m B Madmen cf 3 1 1 x' l lUd,y~ Oul,y /ill. /Yankees players who went after/broke the five game winning[day. He struck out nine an " "- [ . . ' . .. ..... / " ............ 1 in match. More later.. mthe third base spot and all three [ The victory for Winchester also [ up with another pitching gem Sun I - ~" ...... :. | , c ............ 4 2 1 I "~...~1.... T. !.,. .l~-t. t a single an(/ men t~OD ~vtaalson Palamar r -, .T trO LUCKY m . crowd of 9,549 aL [ it dropped it. Then with the score [ streak, of the Bakerton team. [ted Winchester I tO three hitSam t I.." .masten, a "tong mpm/" wmcn .... scorea | Forzest ' f ............ 31 01 211 AT---- 'rtlr '' ........... / standing at 10-9 Craig Kastle blast ~ Sleepy Creek and Berkeley [ guide hi~s Berke ey Place te o I. "' . ...... ' " ~ ~ | " ", P .............. ~ ' ~.eonara men azter razamar nau R Madison " " ' ~ ' Town Race Course on July 4th, received $11,882 led a line drive down the third]Place also kept right in the thick l a 2-0 decision. [ ....... ' . . .'_ [ . s ,.p .......... 2 0 0i (OMMUNI'IY (ENqER WalKe(1, UICK Volrest slngleQ seer m base line to score the tying and I of the race with victories, the for [ ~ [. ~. " " " : | ---------- ! , the twin double, the highest pay-off since the in- |winning runs. [ mer scoring ~ 34 victory over I~,~A, ~^~^1^,, [ mg.~n~n. , ...... [ Totals .............. 32 11 13 I 9:30 to 12:30, a.was started here a month ago. Promotions man / Merchant got credit for the vic- i Tomahawk and the latter a 2-0 vic I J~II~I~UII; D~gllUgl~g~ [ rn.e ~e.one.s batsmen broKe,me t .... I scormg me m me tmru w]m a V& ueputy Director ,- raer, came up with a rousing good holiday show [tory and Lanham for the defeat, tory over the last place Winches- _ _ . . . I" . ........ /_ ...... ' ,.. t ADMISSION ,5 CENTS. included a drtlm corps, arabian horse race and all / Burcker led the Dodgers at the [ter team. Iralln U Cd'r alnrl /PaF ot runs on two mrs, a nn[To In tnanes lown ] Oh[lap- Ina,w 10 liked it to the extent of some $595,193 at the ..... hits atsmen ann a WalK "---------- "- ............ [plate with four h~ts m four tsmes I Although collectmg 17 , I | ...... ~, ...... / Ra" E ~-ci ........ ......... / ! track operated by the Coher~ brothers and Lou/ at bat, with" D Perks leading the oor defensive" play proved the ' n a~anager wooay walter s ooys s ~. oc..u,vc.,, uevuty, u,z-, F " [ , ~ , .. IP ..... t Two streams in Jefferson Cou ] am- ri-ht ha~k in the bottom of/ector of the West Virginia De- ] MI. SIC URNISHED BY The summer meet closes at this track on July /YanKees with three mrs I downfall of BaKerton 'rne league I t~, and three in Berkele- Count-I = "'~. ":'. " ~ . .... | . - ,, .,,- -,,~ ~ ~ -- -- -- . ~ J ~ me tnirn to push tarmer out in partnlent el veterans ~,ttalrs oi- :!ch is only nineteen more days to go. | In the ether'Dodger actmn Men I leaders eomm tted a half dozen Iwere amen- the trout streams in ] ......... / ....... ..... I Harry Barbour. ~, trent wire anomer three run rap ilce, l~lar[lnsDurg, Will De In | day evenmg they had to go an ex- ] errors but nearly pulled out the I West Virginia that were oiven a [ .............. | w ...... , ] ~ .... " " in I ~ ~, ly on a single base KNOCK ~uoert ,~.azzt ........................... ~ tra inning to take the measure of dec,stun w~th a two run rally REF RESHMENIS CLARKE COUNTY'S Don Maphis has revealed [ [ ....... )speczal pre.Fourth of July stock-[Miller started the rally when he/Legmn Itome on July 14 for thel the Giants by an 8-6 score the ninth on nits Dy ~'aut ~wartz in it was announced b Fish I E " e ts about his 1961 football squad. He said last | . .- . o ,." , I ........... I g, Y ] was nut on base by being hit with] purpose of asmstmg war veterans, t WIL ~ B SOLD, / m me opemng zram raccmze I Geraia ann uon Jameson m t Chief Ed Kinne- ; .... ": ..... ~ their de"endent~ --- '-~- ~:~:- -:- - }'his will be the smallest team I ve ever coached, .... " me oau Tnen t enton, vtamson v ,~ or uen nctarws , ) /lost the ball m the sun and it h~t I the tenth a h~t, error and walk The streams stocked were Ev [ _ . ......L= | .t~ ov rmn ' " "' .... ' I June ~9 2t !at the fastest." The defending champions larg- them ~n. themouth~gnt::~ai:a~e].loaded therf~acks fo[h ohue_Rebe:l ]itts Run and B!g Bullskin Run~in]~,n~a~en~F:stW(~tae~i:g~t:reo~r'nr~]W~ch'gl~e; maynbe e~tyr~tt~s to II i t "will be captain and tackle Charlie Ramsburg, at [ pmy.tv s.ze uorsey., land urn ao..came, t _ g .... I Jefferson County and Harlan tun| two more runs / ' *' ana oom ooys naa to De removea I a singm to lett tieIa to aecloe me. Tusecarora Creek "and Mill Creek, .... 2". ........ ] from the ball game, The Giants I contest, tin Berkeley County [ .AnL"~Pp- U~2 '?ur~otg? o . . --------O-------- ,scored five runs on just~three hits. I Orndorff gave Bakerton troub) Kinney said that t)ecause of the/~eU~allUYamegw;;h~wo~r~ns"(;n[ ',RE'S ONE the fans just can't miss: The (va.) ' " " " we .... ' ..... ~ ................. ~ two nns ana a WaLK /be taken to a doctors office for/wmnm blow he rapped out t ]v~iled throu-h",,t ~h .... , o~,| ...... " ..... | dericksburg All-Stars will b~ in Charles |Both Dorsey and Braccia|e had to lie all afternoon. In addition to his [e..1 .... ,**the. Whl.h h~n nre/ .... g . .- | Le g . -- ~, .... ~ ....v,,o ..... In tne ~ottom ot the iourtn ltle unday, July 23 for with he a game glen, / treatment, neither was hurt ser- [ other singles and homered m the I m.~ ,..~, .~ ~h~ ~ .... ~ ..... | .... | , ............... [ musly however, and later in the | third. Don Hetzel smacked a long [ weer found to still be in excellent[ .......... [ [ ~ || (-rH~'r~ R,w~r, ~d~.~] ~'~r~,~.~,~v ] apy" Zombro playing on their side. 'Wimpy ..................................... Legion agam score once on one )la in re ularl all season wiLh the Virginians ] game Dorsey delivered a pinch-hit[two-run homer for Bakerton in ]condition |base noc La ong2 ?o t nr O oeep| [I fJl[ I .Y g g Y aght ball only, with the lone exception of co mng | double which won the ball game | the sixth inning and Ray Jam[son I Kinne,,'also stated that a recent/"'~-"~ ,=~,,,:~t.e,,a q. . ..'. / I( You rr \ II x--:LL~~ Ii -w6i4~tt~GL ~1 t strand ~ ~eone s managea to get .is run for the Dodgers had four hits but was lef y " ~ | Town on the above date--and Manager Dick / .. ] [Inventor of hatchery stock show[ and another back in the top of, It I! I asked Legion heads or permission for Zornbro [Inflieted Real i~amage | ed on every occasion. [ ed a surplus of yearling and brood/the fifth on 'two hits one of them [ Ik lt lD .D. Illlll II I R3 1Ll: ,} i :h his team when they meet the Legion on July / was Burcker who inflicted / '[/fish that will be used for stocking n insid rk home run into] F~jg~~ I~..~'NIl ~tP=f~', ~ II ......... I contacted a,fter the game last Sunday, "Wimpy' the real damage to the Giants as with Rowland hurling flveh~t ball,Ample trout are now on hand for, - ikd';/F i[iJml il ]. . ' a " e the pa | he blasted a long home run in the | at the Cubs. I a stocking just prior to the hunt-| I :eported, "I d rather sit this one out and not /first frame and batted in two/ At the same time the Giants, ling season, Kinney stated. / ,mr ~ ~ =~k~'~ Lher side as I have many friends in both towns." / more runs in the third with his | led by Propst and Anderson clout ] ------'------" i i [ m [ ' II ~ ~/,~k'l YZ. I ---------o------- ]second home run of the game. |ed Whittin~gteOn::: Coyle for n~ne tBaffi.., Avera-es t N.w T~r, J., Z, ~- " ' " -- LTIMORE'S LEONE'S baseball team, one of the / The Dodgers wdre trailing 5-3 [ hits and " . , [ I1~ , ~ | Y ~ [ ~ ~La'l~ t"~I I'D ll~l'l~TL'~ {:~L~I-I~g'VlPl/~T /'~]h'~ 'Ound teams to appear at Legion Park, will | when Greg Corbin blasted a long[, The Giants moved into a quick ' ~ | ...... mm~l[ l~'~ [ k~l~lgJ UUI~ 1" I~N 1~1 k~lgal.d~kJll~LlJ~N UJ[" : for another crack at the Legion on Sunday, | home run with two men on to put| 5-0 lead and stayed in, front all The averages as they stand are:| IIIAI LI ~i~ | ~r~m.~ ttm~ ~^u~, ~mmt ~ ~r~ ~mmm~ t~m~ ~t~m~ hzs team zn front 6-5 the way I NAME AB R H Ave MrN 3 ANU DUT 3 3UMMr'll 3UI/3 AlqU rAft/3 "We'll really be loaded for this one, and you / In the sixth the Giants tied the] Thursday evening June 29 the , "1 TOWS I , ~L down right now," veteran coach and mann- | score at 6-6 on a double by Tom-| second plaee Braves scored a Bond .......... ,. 12 4 5 .417[ P"S" TIM5 2 P M E 0 T m ] s Youse said before leaving here late Sunday / lin. Then in the extra inning Dor/close 6.5 decision over the Indians Leonard .', .. ..... 30 7 10 .333] U91Ext|ti" ~nl; "D;~I;" " ' " , .... / sey blasted his game winning dou) with Kaval getting the victory and Kanode .......... 17 5 5 .294] _ . _ :.g ...... 1 ~l~ ~ ~ ~/ ~ble . ' " . ....... ~ .... 273 , r, --O-------- . Kite the loss MlIler 29 3 8 U~iv unto, u ram! * znl ~~ ~ 1 r I ~e "~l~l~lllllll~ 1 l~l PERAN SPORTS columnist George Ward of In addition to good hitting, Bur- The Braves came from behind B. Madison ...... 11 3 3 .272[ ADMISSION: ~ ~ ~l ~ ~|| 'Mirror in Leesburg, Va., oAave quite a bit of cker was also sensational on the to push over four runs on four Zombro .., ....... 34 7 7 .264| Air Conditioned mm -'1= ri == | field, turning in several fine! hits in the final frame to win the Rice .............. 8 3 2 .250[ $1.50 ~,, ,~ m= m readable column last Wednesday to Garly ..... 222 '~ ..... plays. Anderson also turned m lgame. Hilt, Stevens and Framer Clatterbuck ....... 9 1 2 . [ .. . .--. ~ .., m 4 ,,, ~ m----d well-,written story was headed, Old Garlie / some fielding gems for the Giants. each had two hits for the Br ........... | " " aves Benton 18 4 4 222 l~ranastana auc ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ Sign Stealing." Ward went on to say at | In action Wednesday evening, wkhile McKee had a perfect day R. Madison ....... 5 0 1 .2001 Cater By H. M, Stevens ......... ,~ ..... !, ............. ~r - ACES DAILY rnu~r~ 3~i (;HAULI~ "[13Wf~, W ) A his piece, "after retiring from active play in June 28, the Giants scored a 9-3 at the plate for the Indians, get- Forrest . . :.. .... 17 1 3 .196[ 9 R ' " " " TO PAGE 2--B TURN TO PAGE 2--B { victory over the third place Cubs ting three for three. ~Palamar ......... 26 3 5 .192] 1,1,1 ............ ;i m i