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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 19, 1963, Cumberland, Maryland                                Dial 722ttOO for a WANT AD Tiker EVENING TIMES CUMBERLAND MONDAY AUGUST 19 ELEVEN TAPP1W THE KE6 Emil Sliders Death Recalls 1934 Game iy SUTtft KEGG THE DEATH OF EMIL SLDER mayor of Thomas W Va brings back memories of 1934 when he brought his Thomas High School football team 1 here to meet LaSalle in a Thanksgiving Day contest at old Community Park That was the year LaSaUe and Allegany severed football relations and the Explorers landed Thomas for their Turkey Day opponent In fact two games were played at Community Park on Thanksgiving Allegany and Penn Ave nue later to become Fort Hill clashing in the morning and LaSalle and Thomas in the after noon During the regular season Thomas won all of its games but one being tied by Belington to be come the first undefeated team in the schools his tory LaSalle on the other hand had beaten only Hyndman and tied Penn Avenue but the Explorers sprang an upste by nipping the Mountaineers 13 to 12 Star of Emils Thomas terrors was a fullbackby the name of Amerigo Tonelli who later was to gain AllAmerica honorable mention as a center at the University of Southern California Tonelli however was outshone by his rival fullback Jim Kerrigan scoring both of LaSalles touchdowns and playing a hangup game on defense Suder who died in Clarksburg last Thurs day of ahearl began his coaching career at Thomas in the fall of 1928 and held the post until 1950 when he resigned but remained in the teaching profession He was a teacher at Thomas and later at Mountaineer High the consolidated school for 35 years Tonelli wasnt the only one of Emils proteges to make good Barney Gedwilas a 1932 graduate captained West Virginia Universitys 1936 track and field team A distance runner Gedwilas was in con tention for the 36 Olympics team that being the year when Jesse Owens won everything in Ger many except a handshake from Adolph Hitler Der Fuehrer refusing to acknowledge Jesse because 1 he was a Negro and 2 because he had humili ated his superrace athletes Another one of Suders athletic pupils at Thomas was Charley Strauss who later entered the coaching ranks and is presently teaching at Garrett County Northern High An outstanding semipro baseball catcher Charley caught Boots Poffenberger when the exmajor leaguer pitched Am vets to the BiState League championship short ly after the end of World War II Thomas Pligh School was Emil Suders alma mater After graduation he attended Potomac State College where he won letters in football basketball and track He taught school for a year at Benbush Tucker County W Va before enrolling at West Virginia where he played football and basketball and captained the wrestling team in his senior year Emil started his teaching and footballbas ketball coaching career at Thomas in the fall of the year he received his degree from WVU In his early years at Thomas the school was with out a gymnasium and it was necessary to prac tice in Davis and play all hoop games away from home Services for the former coach who was 59 were held this morning in Thomas YOU HAVENT SEENTHE last of the King and His Court the fabulous fourman softball team which has played in Cumberland the last three years CBSTV has taped the entire show put on by Eddie Feigner the wonder pitcher and his three teammates Jones Al Jackson and Bill Kehrer Tt will be aired the coming fall on Sunday Sports Spectacular The television show Faith for Today also had Feigner as its guest for a half hour This along with some color shots of a game will also be released later Then too Time magazine is scheduled to fea ture the King and His Court in the issue which hits the newsstands tomorrow The story was written by Ray Kennedy who covered the teams recent game sponsored by WBZ in Boston for muscular dystro phy research The fourman team has 45 more games to play in this its 17th season before heading for a tour of Hawaii Japan and Mexico Feigner at this point had 46000 strikeouts and in more than 3000 games against nineman opposition thc team has lost less than 300 decisions The four softball stars will train in Florida next spring for the second straight year And be cause of the tremendous amount of national publi city they will be getting they anticipate being swamped with booking requests In fact they are accepting requests right now for 1964 West Va Teuiiis Title To Goeltz WHEELING W Va UPD Buddy Goeltz Washington D C won the mens finals of the West Yankees Out To Win Flag By 20 Lengthsl Have 41 More Tilts To Break AL Mark By MILTON R1CI1MAN UPI Sports Writer Now that the Yankees havesettled one race theyve startedanother to see if they can win the pennant by the largest margin in American League history They lead now by and have 41 more games left in which to break Ihe modern AL record of iftti set by the 1936 Yankees The current Yankees kid each other about that mark If those guys could win by 193 they lavigh we can win by 20 They could too if they main tain their present rate of 10 vic tories in the last 13 games Even such a staunch diehard as Al Lopez couldnt voice much hope for flagging down Ihe Yank ees after they swept a pair from his White Sox 82 and 81 Sun day The Yankees hopped on Ray Herbert and four relievers for 12 hits including Hector Lopez 14th homer in the opener then came back with an 11hil barrage in the nightcap Elston Howard led the second game onslaught with a homer double and two singles Ralph Terry 1412 and Jim Bouton UG6 were the winning pitchers although each needed re lief Senators Top Twins Elsewhere in the AL the Sena tors topped the Twins 73 the Athletics beat the Orioles 54 the Indians downed the Red Sox 74 and the Tigers defeated the Angels 32 Two home runs by Don Zim mer and a threerun blast by Don Leppert helped the Senators beat the Twins Those three blows overcame Minnesota homers by Dave Morehead 710 wasthe loser 1 Don Mossi took over for starter Al Koch in the fourth inning and blanked the Angels on two liits thereafter to gain his sixth vic tory for the Tigers Koch who was lagged for a homer by Al Moran and allowed seven hits in 2 23 innings had the consolation of driving in the winning run with a fourthinning single off los er Dean Chance Rich Rollins and brought and Jimmie Hall Steve Ridzik his fourth victory Garry Roggenburk was the loser in relief to Jim Perry The Athletics rocked Robin Roberts for four runs in the first inning and held on the rest of the way as Dave Wickersham scored his ninth victory Jerry Lumpes tvrun homer was KCs key blow in the first inning Wick ersham held the Orioles scoreless until Brooks Robinson jolted him for a threerun homer in the eighth Celebrates With Homers Cleveland catcher Joe Azcue celebratedhis 2Uh birthday with two homers and a double against Boston Willie Kirkland also homered for the Indians to help Jim Mudcal Grant register his ninth triumph in 20 decisions Grant gave up eighl hits includ ing a homer by Bob Tilhnan Dodgers Hike Lead in To Six Games By United Press International Once bitten twice shy Maybe thats the reason cau tious Walt Alston shies away from any pennant talk even though his Los Angeles Dodgers seem to feel theyre in with a sixgame lead and only six more weeks to go The Dodgers said goodbye for all time Sunday to the Polo Grounds with a 70 and 32 sweep of the New York Mcfs One of the Dodgers let the teams feelings be known when he left a clubhouse note which said Well see you again at Yankee Stadium the first week in Octo Alston still scarred from last years loss said absolutely noth ing about the pennant apart from the time honored Well just keep playing one game at a time The Dodger skipper wouldnt even say for sure that his club has snapped its batting slump de spile five straight victories Lets see he pondered we scored 22 runs in the last four games Weli at least thats more Ihen weve been getting lately Pleased By Pitching Alston however was pleased by the Dodgers pitching Sunday Don Drysdale hurled a throehit shutout for his 16th victory in the opener and rookie Dick Cal mus pitched five scoreless innings in relief of Pete Richcrt to earn his second triumph in the night cap Doug Camilli hit a tworur homer in the first game anc Continued on Page 121 U S World Net Power Again LOS ANGELES UPI Freckled Dennis Ralston the United Slates back among thc worlds tennis powers today after he almost siuglehancleclly defeated thc Mexican Davis Cup team in the North American zone eliminations Theres still a long way ahead before Ihe U S cam can vade Australia to challenge AiTvc the cherished trophy For Lillle World Series 179305 Fans See Saturday Grid Contests By United Press International Last winters pro football bel ting scandals apparently havent curbed the fans appetite for do sport Despite the absence of suspend ed Paul Hornung and Alex Kar ras from thc 19G3 National Foot oall League scene a total of 170 305 turned up for last Saturday nights exhibition aclion Colls Beat Browns A doublehcader at Cleveland d r e 83218 spectators who watched Y A Title set up three touchdowns on passes as Ihe Ncv CSick McKinley Solurciny to lipi fl Irt I L 1 I I e1 t II Of Moon 55 Dies NORBECK Md APA ber of the Maryland Athletic Hall of Fame William Wilder Evans 55 died Sunday at hfs NEW YORK Umirhonic here Giants of Turkey Little League I Evans played three years of the worlds championship But Mexican captain Francisco Con Ircras said the United Slateshas a good chance to go all thc way bascba1 champions of and bring thc Davis Cup backloamvctt Sunday from Istanbul lo at the University of Maryland He North America Pai1 Little named to the Hall of Kama Ralston clinched thc playoff p1ponslups in in UM51 Eviins had boon practicing football basketball and lacrosse Sunday in thc match when he swept aside Mexicos brilliant Rafael Osima 61 63 75 That victory came after the 21year old youngster had teamed with 15 American Haw in Montgomery County since players are sous ofihis graduation from the George military and civtlianlWashington University Law School personnel stationed in Izmir I in 103i York Giants defeated the Detroit set the favored Mexican doubles Lions 2421 andJohnny Unilas team of Osuna and Antonio Pain toss two scoring strikes in Ihclfox Ralston scored the first US Baltimore Colts 217 victory ovensinglcs win Friday over Palafox thc Cleveland Browns Thc champion Green Bay Pack ers routed ihe Dallas Cowboys after Osuna hnd defeated McKiu Icy in a hard fought five set match gave the 3110 be ore 53121 in the Texas Thc win UJI Ci y and 42966 saw the Minncu S a lead of two matches to sola Vikings romp over the Rnms one and Ralston clinched the 273 at Los Angeles In American Football Leage elimination matches with his win over Osuna leaving McKinleys preseason games the Kansas Wjn over Palafox by a scoreof City Chiefs trounced the Oakland 04 64 fo ii3 an anticlimax Raiders 3521 before 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French Race DEAUVILLE France Rcvoquee owned by American Edward Burke scored a two length viclory Sunday over Sea well in the Prix Morny horse race Smooth Jet an Irishtrained horse owned by John McShain of Philadelphia finished ninth won the first annual Mountaineer 300 NASCAR Grand National Sun day al thc nearby Ona West Vir ginia International Speedway and immediately turned his sights to ward thc Southern 500 at Darling ton S C Sept 2 BRAKE ADJUSTMENT SPECIAL TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ONLY SERVICE STORE 133 So Mechanic St PA 40550 PLENTY OF FREE INSIDE PARKING Surplus Mfg HOUSE PAINT For Outride and Inside ui All popular colors including whilt Gallon WAIL PAINT ROOF PAINT Nota our low price 4 The Best Gallon Thc Hub ArmyNavy Sales Co 19 N CENTRE ST NATIONAL Piety Starts In County The County Softball League semifinals begin this evenin MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Avoid Costly Car Wear I Drive in Today for Oil Change and Chassis Lubrication YESTERDAYS RESULTS Los Angeles 7 New York 0 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