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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                amvi f 4 H Ott UNMTIHIO HUA rmmernxum tiers One Veteran L Coach Won Ten Crowns r HOMER CITY Leroy dean of the Indiana County high school coaches will watch the basketball ac tion from the bleachers from now on j After 17 seasons as head basketball coach at Laura Lamar High School Smith has given up his coaching duties to devote full time to his position as high school principal atthe Homer City school Replacing Smith as head coach Is Clair Zig Jamison who has served as assistant football and basketball coach for the past IS years Jamison joined the Homer City faculty after teaching a semes ter at Heilwood He graduated from Indiana State Teachers Cl lege in 1941 and served in the armed forces until 1945 Jamison has had experience both as a basketball official and a rec reation director He was a mem ber of the Indiana County Offi 17 Seasons Another Loss Nothing Right With Pirates t Lack of a consistent attack loose fielding and unsteady pitching are putting an early season damper on the Pittsburgh Pirates pennant ambitions D factbfs SIayed a Part Tuesday night in the Pirates82 loss to the St Louis Cardinals Pittsburgh collected nine hits but only three of them figured in the scoring Two errors marred the Pirates defensive work and one by Bill Thinas Hard Starter RM u r innings giving up four runs and seven hits and was charged with his second loss against three victories Larry Jackson now 25 for the season held the Pirates in check except for the third inning when tallied Year 1943 1944 1945x 1946x 1947x 1948x 1949x 1950xx 1951x 1952x 1953 1954xxx 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 7 10 11 16 17 18 15 15 14 14 11 21 6 2 11 2 15 W L 7 3 4 6 5 8 8 10 7 6 6 17 19 10 13 9 Pet 500 769 733 727 652 600 667 700 647 840 261 096 524 133 625 Totals League Champs Tournament Champs League and County Tourney Champa Orioles Do Hard Way in Wins By ED WIUCS Mittjr w llall to take three of four from front running Cleveland and Chicagos White Sox to do it Tuesday night just 24 hoursl after Hec Brown and Billy Loes combined for a shutout that knocked Cleveland out of first youngsters Billy ODell and Jerry Walker ended Chicagos brief stay on top by beating the White Sox 21 j Cleveland jumped back into the lead a halfgame ahead of Chi cago with a 52 victory at Wash ington Last place Detroit moved within 025 percentage points of seventhplace New York by beat ing the Yankees 63 The Kansas City at Boston gam was rained Out Jn the National League Milwau kee took a lead as the Braves won their sixth 81 at Saii Francijsco Los Ange les beat Cincinnati 64 the Chi cago Cubs rapped Philadelphia st Louis defeated Pitts scored on Klines single Don Hoak blooped a single sending Kline to third He scored as Rpberto Cle hit into a double play lead was short lived St Cimoli tied it up with homer in th went ahead runs in the fourth Reliever R G Smith was tag ged for a pair of runs in the fifth and the third Pirate hurler Ron Blackburn gave up single tal lies in the seventh and eighth Bob Friend the Pirates 22 game winner of 1958 goes to the mound tonight in the second game of the series and will be trying for his first victory after six los ses His opponent will be Vinegar Bend Mizell 41 Meanwhile the Pirates an nounced the optioning of right hand pitcher Paul Giel to Colum bus m the International League MEET BOUNDSprmter Dave Watkins coach Jack Kurtz assistant coach Jack SoarkV and pole vaulter Gene Rinkus will represent Indiana In the state PIAA Class A Track MeJ S Saturday atPenn State Watkins WiU rtto the 440 and Rinkus will Gazette photo by Sipos Three Schools Entered ntary Cin On Thursday cials Association and has served for four years as a lifeguard at the Homer City This summer Jamison will di rect activities in basketball ten nis volleyball badminton and softball Jamison is married and the fa ther of three children two girls and a boy The Jamison family re sides in Indiana Smith has also been serving as head track coach at the Homer City school There has been no an nouncement yet about a change in that sport Smith ends his 17seaion bas ketball coaching experience with a total of 205 wins and 142 los ses for a percentage of Included in his record are eight Indiana County League champion ships and two Indiana County Tournament titles Indiana High track records probably wont be threaten ed but there should be lots of excitement and thrilling per ormaiices on Thursday afternoon from until at the IJHS athletic field Whats on tap is the annual Elementary School Track Meet pitting Horace Mann Thaddeus Stevens and Dwight D Eisenhower in a triangular cinder affair Actually four meets will be run fifthgrade girls sixthgrad boys and sixthgrad girls will compete in seperate classes Four field events arid three track events are scheduled Field events include the high jump running broad jump standing broadjump shot put and softball throw From League Lead Indiana High moved back into the thick of the Tri Courtly Leagues Seetba Two race sis Dave Wagner fired a onehit 43 triumph over Laura Lamar yesterday afternoon on the Ihdiahft field The Braves of Ken Davis now have a mark to place thehi behind Laurel Valley and Laura Lamar Last yfte the second in two nights for the Wild cats while Indiana was winning its second in two evening Wagner junior southpaw had nohitter going until the sixth when Bob Kotula reached him for single He struck out eight batters artd walked two in the seveninning game y Laura Lamar scored single runs in the first fifth and seventh but all the tallies were unearned Indiana tied the game with a coUntervin the third land then cop ped the victory with athreerun spurt in the fourth Jerry Snicks threebagger and Jerry Kozuskos sacrifice fly pro duced the single run In the third frame TriCounty SECTION TWO laurel Laura Lamar Indiana NantyQlo W A 4 3 0 t 2 2 2 6 Pet 714 667 600 000 In the fourth Barry Wetzel bunt ed safely and Bill Spadafora doub ed to score Wetzel But Spadafora failed to touch was called Larry Sharp singled Wagner was safe on an error and both ad vanced on a fielderfs choice on Barry McKnight Then Shick rap ed another timely hit a double of two more runs Steve Mlzerak went the route for the losers striking out seven and walking Laura Lamar threatened in the when they put together wo errors and a walk One man was in runners on first and sec ond and two away when Kotula filedout to endthe contest Major leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting based on 75 or more at Kuenn Detroit 392 Fox Chicago 364 Runs Killebrew Washington 30 Power Cleveland 27 Runs batted in KillebreVl Washington 31 Triandos Balti more 27 Hits Ka line Detroit 44 Doubles Runnels Boston and Fox Chicago 10 Lollar Chicago and Williams Kansas City 9 Runnels Boston 4 House Syntron Co ps Start HOMER CITY Syntron ed by Wheelers extrabase defeated Lucerne 85 here yesterday in opening action in the Homer City Little League Wheeler cracked out and a threerun homer Hank Slows But Braves Still Win L Lamar Bobincts Totals ARn Indiana 320 1 0 0 C 0 1 0 0 B 0 0 D A R R 2 0 100 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 Laura Lamar Indiana 3 1 Totals 100 001 21 i 7 010 300 x fc ouv 8 Mizerak 7 6j Mizerak 4 WPWagner LPMJzerak ACs Name Boosters Indiana AC would like to thank the following Boosters once again flr helping keep independent bas Tlie remainder ofthe schedule this week shows Graceton vs Kun kles tonight St Louis vs Syntron Thursday and Johnson Arone vs Kunkles Friday triple lay relay runner goes By DON W1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer ketball going in Indiana Hank AaJdns been stopped butvMcCreary Tire Rubber the Milwaukee Braves are stilljSave Betty Miller Motel week of winningColonial Motors Cott Bever a sixgame streak and a8e Penn Furniture Running events are the 50yard a week of winning ish 370vard and have a sixgame streak and Syntron Lucerne J 010 202 Pushnik Wheeler 013 001 Yankuskie SOYank International League Columbus 7 Miami 6 Montreal 10 Rochester 8 Richmond 11 Havana 3 Only games scheduled uskle 6j Plowcha 2 Molnar 11 Vankuskie 2 Plowcha 1 Molnar 0 PinFete On Saturday The ABC Bowling League Gene Lepley elementary phys ical education instructor points out that the department wants to give the parents an oppor tunity to the program in ac Lepley is in charge of the affair Track coach Jack Kurtz will have his varsity and junior high teams handle the meet Indiana recently won the Indiana County Meet 70 a bulge wtijch might Co Afih Shoe Store make it later than you think in The following each gave that National League pennant Brown Hotel Jim Brockett Pel They have won longest success string Bpb Riverboat Smith rookie Jlegrene Const Gatti Drugs six straight Clark Dr Neal anuig of the VB Volkiri Brodys Dept in the NL after whipping San Lumber Supply Francisco 81 Tuesday night The Co Frye Basiano Plumbing Atty Robt M Fisher ing which gave up 11 xhits Vas Mktretta Beer Dist Atty only bright spot the Giants pitch an Ofor4 collar on Aaron who had hit in 22 games The Chicago Ouibs and Los An geles tied for third just 001 per centage points behind the Giants when the Cubs handed Philadel phia a seventh straight defeat 87 M OUiMJglll UCACW pitcher with the Chicago Cubs j and the Dodgers ended their me jano tne uoogers ended their losBuuve gave to the pitched six shutouts for San Franj ing string at fiveby beating Cindependent Basetball of Indiana CiSCO ill 1957 thl Seals laof CA Oi j v V Parnell Waxlers Uncle Bills Moose No 174 Pattis Rest Reds Bar Heathls Esso v Lewis Tea Room Pettisgrew Trucking East dowson Kansas City and Allison Washing 3 Home runs Killebrew 1 ington 14 Colavito Cleveland 12 Stolen bases Aparicio Chica go 11 Landis Chicago and Power Cleveland 6 Pitching based on 3 or more decisions Wilhelm Baltimore and McLish Cleveland 5 0 Baltimore Shaw Chica go Grant Cleveland and Larseri New York 30 Strikeouts Wynri Chicago frfc Bunning Detroit 46 National League Batting based on 75 or more at bats Aaron Milwaukee 462 Burgess Pittsburgh Runs Mathews Milwaukee 36 Mays San Francisco 31 Runs batted in go 36 Aaron Milwaukee 35 Hits Milwaukee 61 Mays San Francisco 48 rft Doubles Burgess Pittsburgh and Cimoli St Louis 15 Triples Mays Sari 4 nine players tied with 3 Home runs Mathews Milwau kee 14 Aaron Milwaukee 11 Stolen bases Neal Los Ange les 7 T Taylor Chicago and Pin son and Robinson Cincinnati 6 Pitching based on 3 or more decisions Face Pittsburgh 6 0 Klippsteln Los Strikeouts Drysdale Los Ah geles 59 Spahn Milwaukee 49 Washington outfielder Jim Lem on has struck out 352 times in the last three seasons Texas University outfielder Myers a 210pound slug 6feet3 plans to try baseball after above each gave to the In in 1957 the Seals last yeari hold its first annual banquet on in the Pacific Coast League Saturday night at at the Eagles Home Trophies will firsthalf secondhalf games Relief pitcher Joe Schaffernoth of the Chicago Cubs twirled for and high Pueblo In the Western League in be awarded to cinnati 64 The St Louis Cardi nals won three in a row for the fjrst time beating Pittsburgh 82 In the American League Cleve land regained first by beating Stock Fish Otho Polk is in his eighth season as tennis coach at HardinSim mons University The University of North Carolina Big Yellow Creek on May 22 will have 24 lettermen back next mrtat at tTmlnnn i uukA UCAt 1958 Washington52 while Baltimore meet at Swings Mills at PnTSBURGH gave up five of the White Sox hits blanking them on toree hits until the seventh when he gave up a walk and singles by John Romano wd Luis AparwiQ ODell called it quits m inning after bruis lug hw leg fielding a grounder The Oriples wKow have won 10 of 13 onerun decisions man just four hits RqcUy Colavito Jira PiersaH and Woody Held walloped solo home runs for the Indians who wrapped it up with threerun iecond against Hal Griggs 22 WiMte rjghthaa4er Mudcat Grant BMW brief career record 78 J W Porter drove ia both Nat AB R H BI 4030 2000 000 IK rf 4 0 4 4 4 3 000 1 0 020 0 1 0 000 1 1 0 FOUR WHOOPS AND A HOLLER BILLY MARTIN 1 1 1 1 Tigers who can swap with ttie Yankees by win wrapup of a two wife diased Wbitey Ford CI34 ia lira inning ST LQU1S Blasingame 2b Cimoli cf rf Smith rf Musial Ib BFlood cf Boyer 3b White If Cummingham c H Smith c Jackson p 1000 0000 1000 oooo 33 2 9 1 AB R H BI 5010 3112 2011 2010 2300 3 4 i 1 1 1 0 3 3 0 4 1 1 1 3011 4 100 I I CUAVITQ ended Chicagos oneday stay on top with a 21 decision over the White Sox Last place Detroit closed in on seventhplace New York by beating the Yankees fr3 The Kansas City at Boston game was rained out The Braves got it over wjth fast scoring four runs in the first on Wes Covingtons No 2 homer with two on and Del Crandalls solo sixth homer Covington 3foM drove in four runs as the Braves finally caught up with loser Jack Sanford The big righthander beaten them three in a row since April 18 of last season The Dodgers made it with five unearned runs Johnny Klippstein 40 was the winner as the secooj of four Dodger Schmidt 11 lost it A tworun pinch single by Jim Marshall capped a winning three run ninth for the Cubs after the taken a 75 lead wife three in the top of the ninth two on Poftjipfodt homer cwb Taylor 03 lost it and Don EUtpa 31 won it both in relief Gina Cimoli hammered a tworun bonier Bill White drove ia three rims for the Cards as Larry 25 beat toe Pirates with a ninehitter He blanked the Hues after the third as the beat Ron Kline WEIRTON AP Luke Easter of Braddock knocked out Willie Cooper of Wheeling in the fourth round of i feature lightweight boxing bout Tuesdjiy Bight The fight scheduled to go 10 rounds 049 of fiyt held at WeHftqa Commuairy Center Carmen Basilic former middleweight and welterweight cuampicuj acted SHORT OF CASH OBT FAST LOAN S1RVICE FROM COMMERCIAL CREDIT PUN CONSUMER DISCOUNT COMPANY If you oefsd in Youll get friendly loan service with wrapge mentei in privacy are 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