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OV JEFFERSON fARMErS ADVOCATE SECTION B--SPORTS PAGE THUI{SDAY, ,IUI.Y 16, 1959 Gilbert Miller ILeQion !r Leading.Jockey At First Game Will Get Underway at ; b IU :" . . nenanaoan uowns VIEW Leads egton Clu mon With 10r'6 Victory With 36 Winners Bolyard, Isherwood toGet Mot nd I BY MAX BROWN " q The Charles Town Ame.r)can . i The Quantico Marin top Se,-ice baseball With .429 hvera e t,+oo ++,+ V=.+o= t.a,== I l errors and three h+t b=tsmen on [/Ull q @l IIIqdllUll., [teams in tile East and atmual visitors to Charles Town s . Wi+th the 1959 season at least the part of t~he visitors, scored a ~" "- ' ' he )ast fifteen vear~ where they ha~e ROOM SPACE has been doubled m the club I,halfiway over it is big Gilbert [10-6 revenge victory over the ~m~m+~ 1141 T.a Le jon Pmk fol t I ., - , . ; C, harles ..... lo++n Race (omse, rod; if diners do not I IMiller who setting the pace at the Union Printers Club of Washing- IIIII; 11 Ill /1+ /U/ engaged the Legion team in some. ot ale most. excnmg, an+l +av " e an watch the runnin of plate for the Charles To~vn Legion ,ton, D. C., Sunday afternoon on -- .... ~ ---. + I / thrillino' diamond battles ever witnessed here, will provide the + e their tables, th y .c __ g t bats,men wivn a ni,f~y .~z~ averagel,the Legion Park iiem in t~narms i r...& U_I. /.m.i. ;,. .... ~ ........ ,~._ on a closed circuit television. There are more lv ch he 'has chalked up in th~lTown, rlrM Bdll /lll Sunday opposition in a mg oou ne-neaaer, the in'st con- dozen sets throughout the track interior and ~en game,s in which he has appear Every, thing seemed to happen+ :i /. ,~+..n +.. ~---o;-- -+ 1 qR ,~ m ldt) th " " in which has been in- I ed with the Legicn ,this season, l in this t:hree-hour maralthon base- ~ : ~~ /tes~; Siatvu Lu L, Cg.L a~ ~ :O,, l~ ..... X ..... J' e extra air-condition g , , :i :+i . ' " on what deve tho e ........ 1................. "! of -lent- of nice The Leg~0n has pl,ayed 11 games Iball battle. Two players were eject/ JEFFERSON LEAGUE Playmg an 85-game card th~s t wood, dependmg . , . - - -a.,~ a,~= a.+,,*z~ ,~,-,o,..,-., ~" J " but Miller missed one ed from the game and the liela i: :: :I season the talent loaded +Devil lops after ne has nan a chance lfort. It's real nice. Try 1| and see for yourself.[ In the ten games in w~hich helfor giving the umpire too much[ STANI)ING OF TEAMS _ Dogs' have faced many of the lead[to watch the Marines take theii: - ..... Ibis played Miller has been at bat[back+~alk. A total of four batsmen tTEAM w L ~~ : i ing ~flinor league teams in the[batting practice.:. Gi!be,:t Miller. ROWEN, long one of our very best baseball friends,/35 times and has collected i5 hi,tsl felt the sting of wild throws DY/Indians S 2 : ~j~ East and South as well as a hum- I Jo:hn t, off an~ den,ms e, mxancer ~. .... . . ] ,, ~, ........ /and batted in eight runs |pi:Lchers on both teams, one o'f/Yankee.~ 8 2 IbeX': of the top college and univer-[will all be on hand and ready ,,are tiffs weeK-ena to open ale Vlt~.SDtll'KI] zurates I A1 Malachuck Legion catcher lthem twice - Gilbert Miller catcn/Giants 6 4 : :: ~ : t sitey baseball teams They num-I for duty when needed, Walters 'aseball camp at Legion Park on Monday and Tues- land the "Plicker" Bond the vet-ling iit~ O~ the, righ'Ln et!hbeOX~e[~rs~:wd" IDodgers 5 5 :~IIl~ Iber in t+heir linen, many" former Isa~uszness Manager Jim Mo, ison Y 20 and 91 Sessions will beuin at 9"00 a m and [eran Le+ion second baseman, are I an inning m,ter o + . , .|Cubs . ~ +++++:+++~ '~+:::++ t +college and minor league player. | " . . . + ". ~. .... ".', :~ +,. " ~,'~_ _ +~" -_..+~,~ .~" +~.~ [.the only ot4her regal,uPs who arel Bu%.i+ was ndt only the pi+cners/Braves z v 5:1::}!::i ] land will come to Charles Townlof the Legion is maK!ng prepar: +e a+ leaSl; i l years o~ age. Lo chron, a+ +"+ / hittin. ,+ g above the ,300 mark..Mal-Iwho were throwing~ wild in this,[ ---------r :::+::::~:; ++:: :] Sunday looking for their forty-I ations for the arges+ crown o~ All you youngsters have to do ]s to brag your l achuck who has played in only/one. Mi,l,ler and Doyle of the] GAMES FOR THE WEEK :~!: i .first victory against 19 setbacks./the season and. announced Thu.r?- shoes, glove and uniform and be at Legion Park Ifive of the 11 games has batted/begion uncorked pi.tches wn.!c,n] -- Coaching the Quantico team[day that the aami.ssionjor mg :0ndnv mn).n{no" It' ..... .~1 hi+ o,+,+nvt,,nitv for /16 times and hit safely 6 times/went for errors and Sam weo.a,/July 16 ...... Indians vs Yankees It,his season is one of their veteran|double-neaaerwm ~e~a cen+s:at.m h-:~'~ "','~'?-:~'" -/ ......... +~+~" -'++~-;~" ,~,~b;.,+ / for a .429 average, while Bond who/manager of the Union Prm,ters/July 17 ...... Giants vs Cubs "~++:~ ......... " ...... I and hard-hitting outfield stars, I gates to the uegion r'arm wu oe :[ one--tun+ is, li y0tl are ln~ere,~+c,,., ,.,~, .... ~,[has played in all 11 games, has/m~ssed on two throws w+hich would[July 20 ...Braves vs Dodgers ]Dave Petros who will start in lef.tlopen at 11:45 Sunday morning. :nail a career... / collected 14 hits in 39 t~nes at b~t | have cut off runs at the home / July 21" " " indians vs Cubs SAMMY PALUMBO [ field here Sunday against the [ The concession +tuna under the ...... ]for a .359 average. |plate. ~July 22'. ".'. '.'. ". Cdants vs Braves Veteran local jockey who has ICharles Town nine. Former star/management of .Mr. anm Jim-|the Legion will play host to the .... 8 ' " , - mie Fel, tner supported by some| always powerfu,l Quan?Aco Marines from Washmgton at a rill3 to be held at. . .' + ....... .. ,t, mely hittmg. , ,o, ~ Jefferson Leaaue Dll~lng Room. Sa~uroay ai~ernoon, as IS ~ne Fel, tner allowed the tough BaK-1 '~ho box score" every afternoon, Charles Town Race Course will erton nlne only one hilt in theI ~ ~ " .n -- o,. POTOMAC LEAGUE a . ..... nd all in game ,at Bakerton ,a.nd received Printers ~o ~ u ady nme race program for the fans a ................... [ ..... STANDING OF TEAMS , iine ilelaing ana D~voI+Ing ~u~por~,lCurpepcr rI ............ z u z have to say that, there s a lot on the agenda includin:g a home run ~by George IBarcelio,' rf ....... 2 0 0 Team ..... W. k ~unday afternoon. . ~ray. RAppon defeated Gainesboro I Webb, 2b .............. 4 1 1 ~a+~ruP+ __ ~ +. ..... Va. 9 to 5. IBuschling lb .......... 5 3 2 It/kRPERSFERRY__ ~ " " " r Russe}l c' 5 0 3 m[lbbv~ ~z~,~ L BOB LEAVITT and hm famdy have now be- The bo~sco e: I ' ............... H RP B RG 11 ~ " S R H I~rry K~,las 3b ........4 0 2 ~ A S U -/ {~ anent resMents of Charles n. The Leav tt Berkeley Place AB | .... ~t.u~^ '~,f 5 0 0 SHEPHERDSTOWN 5 9 - . ~e,,~ ...~,,~ ~,, ........... 14 ed the former Beltzhoover home on South Mll- G. Gray, ~ ............ 5 3 2[BiLly K,allas, ss ......... 4 0 0 LEETOWN , . 0 tand will make their home there. Nice to have Hovermale, 2b ........ 4 01~ Iseo~ty Silvers, in ........ 4 0 2 Today s Games be..t~ . ;+~ ,,~ ' S,tucKey, ss ............ o IrMorris, p .............. z z * Harpers Ferry at Shepherdstown + I-.~; ..t. uo 1 1 _" Felther, p ............ 5 ] Waldorf. p ............. 0 0 0 Leetown at Millvilte ' ~ -- Emvnons, If ............ 5 2 1 ] ...... Sharl~bUrg at Bakerton ~ ~Mason l~b ...... 5 0 1 I Totals .........37 G 12 ~, __.~ ..... ~. .... v'an~e~re, 6D .......... o e on AB R H f 4 0 1 L .g4 Shepherdstown at Leetown ll.lgg fir RFMAnFlltll F.~llisGraY,C c ............ 3 0 0!Jazn4'sn, 3b ............ 4 2. ~1 F~kerton at Harpers Ferry "ahVl'll~ W Ii IlkllVl~lIIiill +" ~+.;+" ............... ~Q ~10IBond, ~b .............. t)J.z Millville at Sharpsburg ~l,lter II o + Bakerton AB R H H,~ki~s cf .............3 2 1 Vv~ith only six more games to b( "~" ............. played in t'he 195,9 season boil. ........ D Dopson 1,f . . 4 0 0 ,Moe~hler Ib 4 2 3 C A LL - ..... ' .... 0 ............. - ^ ^ Leetown and Shepherdstown were U l~ltwlier, zo ..... o u l~mey Ib ....... 1 u u , ......... 0 0 . ,^. .... . ~ . m~'~hematic&lly ellmlnated fro~ 21111S ~'D o Doyle aD ...... o u x , " ' 0 0 ........ the pennan~ rece ~n ~he Jeffersor K Kid~vfler l b . 4 ~alaohuk c 4 0 0 . ' 1 , ............ Li.ttle League when both dr~ppec D @r iEMOM D. Jarrgson, c .......... 300 0 _Dodson, C.... ......... 0 0 00apalrofga~meslnthepas+tweek,~ ~a~ar n L Doly~rO ~I ~ u ........... ........... a~on. A~ ~he same time the Bak- IIUOr- J[.110[.11 ~l~anuel, +f ............ 300]]. ~Gl,ard, p .......... 30:0 erton Senators increased t hel, ~nQers ss . o u u Go~ P .t u ' , ................. league lead by a full ga,me and W Jamiscn p 2 0 0 Totals 35 10 9 , ~vT~n tT ~,r~xr~raAcu~r~ " ' ........... ^ ^ 0 ' ............. h al,f by winning a pair of ~"ames" ~tJ~l~lJ~J~2~klJ ~OIN II~]ktJ I UI-~ J. Kidwiler, p .......... u v and ~the Har~'+rs Ferr- Tiger, Totals .............. 30 0 1 ens Ci~y was Dodson wi+th nine moved~In.to se~'o~d place 'by a ha,l. A FREE ESTIMATE ON RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 Big lO-Run Inning 6ives Stephens City Win Over+Charles Town A .b4,g 10-run innk'~g pl~tyed 2~e m,ajor role in the 19-6 WlOb0ry w~h 8t+phens Oi~y scored over Oh~rles Town %earn in the Apple V~lley League. Another League ga~e beCuween WlncheSter ~nd ~It. FM~IS ~ rained Ode in ~he sec- ond ~raa-ne. The winning pi~tcher for Steph- strike-ousts. The loser was Ains- worth wiCh seven strike-odes. S~e~phens Cilty, playing a,t home ~took ,+an early lead when S~ockley and W~lOAng~yn crossed Che pla~e, Stephe~ns Ci%y's big inning came in ~,~e sevenlh ~hen 10 runs cross- ed .t~e pl,a~e. For S~ephens Cl~y, Driver had ,t~o doubles and a pair of singles for rflVe times ~t ba. Ebersole h4td a ~riple and a padr of singles ~or five Imes a~ b~t. Chrlsta~n and Weloh had Chre~ b21~s apiece. 1~or C~rles Town, Johnson, For- sYthe and Ohrl,S~an each t~ad ~wo l~$ts, ~ame a+head of ~he MM:lville C.dan~ wire split a pair fff games. ~h,arp~burg managed to stay ir ~he race by spli,t~ing a pair o~ g~mes. In Tuesday's action Bakertor scored a 10-5 v~tory over ~he sti:l! winless Leet~wn lairates; Harper: Ferry scored a close 6-4 victory over S~arpsbu~g and M!illvtl~le won 7-5 over Shephe~t~vn, Thursday everdng ~ba~psqaurg el~mirt~ted I~etown from ~he pen- n~r~t race wi'th a 1'/-9 victory over ~hem, w~le Bake~n was all ,bu~t knocking ~Che Shapherdstown team from the race ~,t.'h a 5-4 docision. l Ill I I II ,Ii FROM THr OF YOUR LECTIIC COMPAN !i Whenever you need assistance in usiag ., [ electricity to its best advantage on your farm, your Farm Representative will be happy to work with yau in planning for future electrical improvements. This4s a FREE service provided for you by your electric company. For this personal help, just call or drop a line to your farm equip- ment dealer, county agent, or to the local office of your electric company. THE POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER C0.