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++ SPIRIT 2-..B OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 Wimpy Zombro'$ From Page 1 ion: again had men on base in the eighth frame, but again both For- rest and Burkholder proved effect ire in the "clutch." i,In the bottom of the ninth Pal amar started the frame with a sin- gle, Forrest sacrificed him to sec end and he scored on Zombro's base hit. ~* Zombro was the hitting star for tile Legion, getting three hits in five trips to the plate, while Pala- mar, Stotler and Leonard each al- so had two hits. Crawford was the only Staunton batter to get more than one hit off the offerings of Forrest. The boxscore: Staunton AB R H Crawford, 2b ........... 4 0 2 Creola, ss .............. 4 0 0 Haymore, 3b .......... 4 0 0 Meyer, rf .............. 2 1 1 Miller, lb .............. 4 ~ ~ Hartsbarger, cf ......... Byrd, c ................ 4 0 1 Meadows, If Burkholder, p" : :: :: ..... 33000 I Totals .... /. .........3 6 32 LEGION AB R H Knode, 2b .............. 4 0 0 Sombre, 3b ............. 5 1 3 Stotler, ss .............. 4 1 2 Miller, If ............... 4 0 1 Leonard, e ............. 4 0 2 Benton, lb ............. 4 0 1 B. Madison, cf .......... 4 0 0 Palamar, rf ............ 4 Forrest, p .............. 3 0 0 Totals .... . .......... 34 4 11 Bakerton Adds DON'T GET LOW MILEAGE AND DIRTY UP YOUR CARBURATOR WITH CHEAP, INFERIOR GASOLINE. NOW AT TL TI One of the Best Regular Gasolines. PER GALLON - 311/ c One of the Best Hi-Test Gasoline PER GALLON . 35c BACK AGAIN All of Our Customers Know What Special Is. PER GALLON- 29c Get Valuable Family Stamps and Pick Your Premiums. 30 Extra 'Stamps Friday, Sat., Sunday East Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va. FROM PAGE 1--k Crawford. The final VFW run came in the seventh on a walk, sin gle by Allen and double by Rob- inson. Bakerton got its attack going in the fourth inning to score two runs on singles by Ray Jamison and Gerald Jamison, a double by Paul Swartz and a single by Don Hetzel. The winners ended their scoring in the fifth by getting three tallies on a double by Ed- die Moler, singles by Barney Mills a hit batsmen and a single by Gerald Jamison. Snapping a seven game losing streak to the'pleasure of a home crowd, Leetown edged Tomahawk 9-8 in an 11 inning League game Sunday afternoon. Tomahawk took an 8-7 lead in the top of the llth on singles by Charlie Manor and Butch Ruppen- than, followed by Charlie Fink's double. Leetown immediately surged back as Eddie Stevens singled in the bottom half of the inning. Jack Burch doubled him home and intentional walks to Russell and Nicewarner loaded the bases Wally Smallwood then followed with a pinch hit single to decide the long struggle. Jack Burch hit a two run homer for Leetown in the third inning. The Winchester Rebels didn't have to leave town Sunday to keep pace with the Bakerton team as they scored a 5-1 victory over their cross town rivals. Teddy Reed held the Winches. ter boys to three hits, striking Out ten in the process. In Russia they have a TV in every hotel room--only it watches you. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS Your truck dollars are worth a whole lot nmre at your Chevrolet dealer's'right now! First off, Uou oeg a head start on saving because emnm 's the saving season. Then, with harder Working, easier tbling Chevy truck, you're set to .rowe every mile you haul And, fmclly, trade.in time, you can e.rpect an extra dividend because of Chevy's traditionally higher resale VM4 , What could be better? Summer's the season to get extra mile- age from your dollars on the trucks built to give you extra miles of hauling. With Independent Front Suspension, Chevrolet trucks keep going thousands of miles longer because far destruct/re jar and shake are transmitted through the truck. Chevy I.F.S. trucks work harder, too, in areas where other trucks have to be pampered. And, with CheVy's wide choice of thrifty 6 and hardy V8 power, you can tailor your truck exactly to your job. So how can you miss--especially now during the summer saving season See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer i CHA TOWN, W. VA. SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 much space in the issue... -4) JACK MELZER, fire-bailing southpaw pitcher of Funks- town, who was signed by the Milwaukee Braves following his graduation at Hagerstown High, has just completed a two-year Army hitch and was a visitor at Legion Park last Sunday. hoping to catch on with the locals. He will be in uniform this Sunday, that is, if Jim Morison can find one big enough to fit him. He threw several rounds of batting practice here last Sunday and looked to be in pretty fair shape. ------o------- RAY DOYLE, former Charles Town Legion shortstop who had a shot at pro baseball in the Phillies farm sys- tem, has taken up the insurance business in his home town of Sharpsburg, Md. Best of luck, fellow... IF YOU REALLY want to read something worth while about Little League baseball, then beg, borrow or buy a copy of the August 1st issue of Look Magazine and turn to page 57 and read Sports Editor Tim Cohane's story entitled, "Juvenile Parents Hurt." It's a dandy article and the parents of every Little Leaguer in the nation should read every word of it. Please do... 0 t , HIS FELLOW EMPLOYEES at Uncle Sam's Postoffice in Charles Town, phone us that Woody Walters, chief money order clerk, is spending a few days vacationing this week at Cliffside Motel near John Brown's Town. After pulling the Legion through last Sunday in the ex- citing contes over Staunton and anticipating another real rough one here Sunday when the Stafford Braves invade, the little veteran of many a diamond battle is just plumb played out... BILLY BURKHOLDER, the old New York Giant pitch- ing star who hurled against the Legion last Sunday for" Staunton, said to us, "it's certainly a Shame that more fans do not turn out and help support your fine baseball team. You have one of the best ball parks in the coun- try and it's sad to see that you have such poor support." And we might add, those hundred or so fans who were at Legion park last Sunday, watched one humdinger of a semi-pro baseball struggle... 0 CHARLEY KELLER, JR., son of the one-time New York Yankee slugger who makes his home near Frederick, is leading the Class A Eastern League in hitting with a robust .351 average. He's also the pace-setter in RBI's with 59 and his 11 round-trip wallops place him among the leaders in that department too. His selection for the Eastern League all-star tem a came as no surprise to us. o BILLY BURKHOLDER, the crafty righthander who pitched for the Staunton (Va.) Braves here last Sunday and a chap who has seen a lot of miles in the pro game, was highly complimentary on the work of umpires Bill Lightner and Jim Gozzard. "They seemed to be on every play and kept the game moving along," Bill said. "Then, too, he added, tell me what Umps don't miss 'em now and then, so what. Remember, the players are not always correct . .. they can be wrong also, the veteran hurler declared." OF'TH o ONE E GREATEST figures ever to sink a spiked shoe into a baseball diamond passed away Monday. Tyrus Raymond Cobb. Re ms and reams of copy can be, will be and have been written about the great Ty Cobb. His records will go on and on for a long time to come and his feats will be remembered many, many years. We will never forget the first time we ever saw the great baseball star in action. It was quite a thrill for (our back in those days, young eyes)... He was playing for the Detroit Tigers under Hughie Jennnings and that was around 1919 if our memory still comes to us correctly, tt is certainly too bad that our present day youngsters couldn't have seen Cobb in his prime and in action. 0 AND GETTING BACK to Ty Cobb and the many rail- lions of his supporters everywhere, he had one here in" town who stood out among the others and that is our old friend Frank .Rodgers, who operates the Sinclair station on West Washington Street... Frank called us Monday night and said, Max, tell your readers in your sports col- umn this week that Cobb will always live in my baseball memory as the greatest." Frank has always been an ad- mirer of the great Ty and had the opportunity of watch- ing him in action many times... o THEN, FRANCIS BLACKFORD told us aL the New Central Tuesday morning about the time back in 1919 when he, along with Frank Rodgers and a few other Bar- dane baseball fans went to Washington to see Cobb play. Francis says he remembers that time so very well be- cause it was the first and only time in his life that he has ever walked up and down the Washington monument, every step of the way. . i r i [ i i i ~ i victory. The lone run for the. Indians came in the third frame on one hit. The Yankees collected eight hits off Kite, Jackson and Dorsey with D. Perks and B. Lanham get ting two apiece. On Wednesday, July 12 the Braves battled the Cubs to a 4-3 victory in what was one of the best games of the season. Stevens tossed a one hitter at the Cubs, a single by Wasson in the first frame which scored the first Cub run. Whittington also turned in a fine five hit job for the Cubs, with Hill and B. Kaval each col- lecting two hits. With 30th Artillery On Okinawa Fort Buckner, Okinawa (AH- TPt~-Army Pfc. Robert E. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker, Route 2, Berryville, Va. re- cently arrived in Okinawa and is now a member of the 30th Artill- ery Brigade. Baker, who is assigned to the brigade's Headquarters Battery, entered the Army in May 1959 and was last stationed at Fort Gee rge G. Meade, Md. The 20 year old soldier attended James Wood High School, Win- chester. Now Thru July 26 ~,, TOWN POST TIME 2 P.M.E.D.T....i 9 Exciting Races Daily Doily Devble on 1st & 2nd laces ADMISSION: Air-Conditioned Club House $1.50 Grandstand- - 50c Catered By H. M. Stevens 9 RACES DAILY "What a sight! Those new cars make a I i' of folks' eyes pop- and a lot of getting them!" .., THERE MAY WELL BE ONE IN YOUR BUDGET, WITH THE RIGHT FINANCING. ASK ABOUT' OUR LOW-COST AUTO LOAN PLAN| SEE ___ EDDIE PINE -----at the---.--- CONrSUMERS CREDIT Phone 10 f Charles Town, W. COPPER PLATED FRIDAY! . JULY 21 & 22nd. MARTINSBURG and CHARLES TOWN With Each Purchase INDOORS AND FILLED WITH KEROSE LA MP WILL BURN FOR HOURS. ACTUAL - SIZE t Use as a Table Ash Tray or Emer' gency L mp---8 inch high-.individually boxed' Bottom of lamp can folded back to FROM PAGE 1--11 July 12-Braves 4 Cubs 3 July 13-Yankees 9 Indians I July 14-Giants 5 Braves 4 July 17-Dodgers vs Cubs--RAIN Carroll with the winning run. Tomblin and Rowland had four of the six hits which Hill gave the Giants, with Hill, Frazier and B, Kaval each collecting two hits for the Braves. On Tuesday evening, July 11, The Dodgers were well on their the Dodgers moved to within one way to clinching the Champion. game of clinching the titl when ship of the Jefferson Little Leag- they defeated the Indians 5-2. ue for the eighth time in ten Merchant hurled three hit ball years Monday evening when the at the Indians, giving up a run in rains came and forced canCellat- the third frame on one hit and an ion of their game With the Cubs other run in the fifth on two hits. in the third frame. He also collected one of the six The Dodgers, With a three game hits which McKee, Kite and Gray lead, were out in front of the gave up. third place CUbs by an 11-0 score Wagner led the hitting attacK in thc third frame Whe l the urn- for the Dodgers with two for pire called the game. The two three times at bat. Corbin also ,teams Will meet Saturday to make chipped in with a home run. PENNZO L " " " ".." up the game and should the Dod Thursday evening, July 13, Bar eL. 30c gets win they Will have clinched ron hurled three hit ball at the the pennant. Indians to give the Yankees a 9-1 QUAKER STATF at. can 4so the present time the' defend "--"--- --- I Texaco. HAVOLINE . . 40c ing league champions have clin- ched at least a tie for the title P[K 4! WIN MORE[ ...,,...runllxld ,. , at. can In other action last week the MA 40c Giants gained a firm, hold on four et. can th place by downing the second TEXACO Motor Od - 30c place Braves in a close ~ decis- {it. can 30c ion Friday evening. '/'he Vie:tory, He+L MIRS Motor Oil ,,t. can coupled with a loss by the Cubs moved Giants to Within a game and a half of the first divis- 5th, ,lld CA /S SI ALED AT ion. In this game Rowland, nbt only pitched fine eight hit ball against the Braves, but he clouted a two run h mer in the first frame to give his t am the lead. He also doubled in the second frame and later scored the third run for the Giants. Frazier clouted a home run for the Braves in the bn to the coffht at d ove 8th Races at KEROSENE - - - - - - - Race .C~u~e G,A SOL I,NE POST TIME 2 P. M. E.D.T. z)Uib sna RANSON STATIONS Complete with Glass. Chimney !: , USEFUL Gallon 15c .... J a + ~i