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Cumberland News (Newspaper) - May 12, 1945, Cumberland, Maryland
Tem the Cumberland news saturday May 12, 1945 Allegany rallies in final inning War department cubs trim phils to Edge out fort Hill nine. 6 to 5 ends crackdown dimag hits Homer As Vinson lifted ban Sentinel coach plays game under protest Beall lops Hyndman in overtime clash on pro athletes i Imi Omi is e i i Vimini w it Hoot a it n i hoi pit i too Tso _ o la t tic Dav Vii i v a Post 4 Brail a Hyndman uu4� it Wati o coming Back Tor three run to us la amp to of the seventh mid final , the Allegany High campers edged out the port Hill sentinels. 8-5, at Campobello yesterday to Tane Over sole pole vision of t first place in the state Sebalj com Terence with a record of four consecutive victories and also go ahead in the Untra cloy race the tilt was played under pro to second to get Hughe. To Crump w t Safe on George Cook error with Dunn moving to third and Jim Blair singled. A walk to Bill Farr adv Jim Murray s single and Jim Hughes single with the Ball getting through Fuy Oren Philippi m right Field ave Beall its second and third counters in the fifth. Hyndman also broke the ice in the fourth with Gene Stair singling John Waliman being hit a pitched special Oral regulations ordered Las december Are rescinded Philadelphia fall Ufi a the Chicago cute Quot blasted two Philadelphia Phillies pitchers from he Mound in the ninth inning and cored four run in win 7-1 Here soda before 811 spectators. Vince Dimaggio hit his fourth i Homer of the season for the Philst Lone score. The Box he Voo Hack i Hugh s. No Ich 11 to Cave Rreta seen it Johnson a Foo cd Var h o fort Hui fix in til e second us tug on. To bin Ca Vanaugh. Sen my ment or i Ndu an re he would f tie a formal pro Psi. With the ooh-.1 Fere a Nee fallen Vlug a cd me pity Ai a Hon in in Whir h a claimed the Aile Gan y Catcher Inte refer Ltd wit h a fort Hiu Batler on a que up pm All happened in the to in of the a c c my with Iii out v Ernon pen her a Chi i Lar Dart a Cen jew Cli on spook d a and pc Law Siebes t vib 3 5 27 pm. Jul Paul Judy a Ai Bat and with Tim squeeze play on Judy in cd the Ball on an attempted .1 and Catcher Jim Radcliffe Cort Hiu tagged Penner at Home and then threw to third to get Jewell. Coach Whiteman Cavanaugh protested on the grounds j that Radcliffe set for the play Brown a i interfered with Judy. Pear ter. Walter i. Bill Quot Bowers Aile Quot Gany coach and also president of the conference Quot Aid that if Cavanaugh a a it files his protest he Bowers will Call a meeting of the circuit to con _ Sider what action if any to take v. Fort Hui scored All of ii runs in tire sixth Frame Don Quot bubbles Whiteman Irvin manges and Ralph Benld walked. John Brown doubled pow Over the Fence scoring Whiteman 15 and manges. Beard and Brown Ami Conn tee on Dick Dehart error of her Penner s hot grounder. Penner stole second and third and Siebert ref iced Penner Home. Moody replaces bums Tom Burna. Allegany hurler win s Ham Washington May la it a the government s wartime crackdown on professional athletics end j William Ltd de today with a War department Wysel it announcement that special draft Roiani regulations affecting such cases run my Chi v both runners and vane Are completely rescinded. A Bho us we tog on an infield out and Robert leaders in professional sport set an it ads Miller singling Stair Home. Quickly hailed the department join of. Coach Lloyd Keller s Crew tallied action As the Quot fair things to do in 1b its second run in the fifth on a walk i Quot Clearing up the Good name of exr to if to Cook an infield out. Another these athletes. Ant Wiit a a Job walk and Stanley Brooks s single professional athletes have been a ecu of c Hyndman s final counter came in in a dubious position since James a Mout a Fuad the sixth when Curtis Stahlman p Byrnes former War mobilize to Pic nuo 3b. Was Safe on Jim Hughe a error and ordered the crackdown last decent Kennedy crossed the payoff Platter on Man her since then All cases in which p gusts double. Such men were rejected for Indue Beal paraded hour hurlers to the won have been reported to the ad-1 Taw .32 t Mound. Farrar started Johnt Fant general for final Fet Mnina l0x� Hannifin eighth. Workman took Over in the seventh,011 this de to complaints that Chicago .000002 104�?7 Bob Crump pitched to two men in athletes were drafted when Philadelphia ,. 010 Coo 000�?1 the eighth and Jim Hughes to a were physically unfit and thus a Hughes received credit for the vie were victims of discrimination. Rma 2 Csc Olson 8ecory a. Jwo , Ray Evans went the route for the War department explained Nawa hams. The rec base hit Hack. How Hyndman and was charged with i that its latest action j run Dimaggio. Saermc��--8ecory 2. Craw a. I i to nit a Mem Winnai Ford double plays w. Hammer to Craw tint Del Ca t one Truin of More or ? t0 ?a$d6ir Craw Ford w Hamner to a i if. Of h. a a unable to the requirements a Voaid .�.a,-Vised a Ding. War Mobilizer Fred Atn son is shown left background As he h of Dpi ii eve a general including combat ser mat o to or Ford left on base announced to newsmen in Washington that the ban on horse racing in ii i i a Iron Cha Chicago 6 Philadelphia a. Bams on june inducted into the sprout 4 Kennedy x. Ripple 1. Strikeouts the United states had been lifted. Army sprout 2, Wyse i hits Oil sprout to i 2 a amp Aea of men already inducted in 8 inning Kennedy i in Ripple 0 0 under the crackdown regulations in 0 up it need 1 one mane Schan 1 in a will reviewed individually and Dunn a Rolth we wort. Time of a a those found not rendering useful games is. Attendance paid Sii. 1 service due to physical condition 3 will discharged j baseball and football officials 0 said this definitely puts us Over 0 the wartime manpower Hump a Quot. Both sports have contended there Are enough legitimate 4-f s to go 1 around. In addition some athletes of a today Saj pitchers i Tony Cuccinello surprises self new York. May la of prob i Able pitchers for tomorrows major Chicago. May la Rel a Only league games. Won and lost rec youth jus supposed to served but ords in parentheses i american league pitchers know National league i that also applies to Tony Cuccinello Cincinnati at Brooklyn night a the 37-year-old third baseman who Walters <0-3� is. Gregg 3-1. Bas Pepper tire Chicago White sox St. Louis at new York Donnelly to unaccustomed Prosperity. 0-2 is. Voiselle t4q> i rival tossers have been serving Pittsburgh at Philadelphia-Strin-1 the Veteran a Cooch a a nomadic Cevich la is. Barrett 1-2. Refugee from the National league Chicago at Bostons Passeau ti�?0 10 Well he s rubbing shoulders with is. Javery <1-1. Slamming Vern Stephens of the St. American league i Louis Browns in front of the Junior Washington at Chicago Haefner circuits hit Parade. <1-2 is Haynes 3-0 i it May wel1 to a a that Jimmy Duke Boston at Detroit Ferris it 2-0� is. Pale Hose will continue to set the Benton <4-0. American Loop Pace Only As ions new York at cleveland�?dubielj85 Tony keeps hitting them where 2-1 is. Gromek <2-1 l they ainu to. Philadelphia at St. Louis night Tony frankly admits his present a Knerr 0-1 is. Jakucki 1-2. I batting average surprises even him. A i never was much of a Spring hitter before a declared the genial italian who had a .280 average for a ten season career with Cincinnati. Brooklyn and Boston in the National league. A a in a meeting the Ball better than rocking chair soft Tell league1 Ever did before. I started Bitting games rained out thursday will Dight off in Spring training at Terre played next. Tuesday. President a haute and in still going. Thur a lob Brant announced last night. The contests Are Moose is. Woodmen at Community Park and outdoor club at Allegany elks is Tercel is. K. Of c. At fort Hill. Postponed it. League games set for tuesday had two hits. The Box scores vib 2 Havi i k. Inv i Durst Doha in. 2. I3. I Avab. 22. T x20 Hadr i we a Burn mood j u b., Centre Street win Loop games Charles town plans meet opening May 28 Charles town w a. May race track hoped to conduct a Rac j j my meeting beginning May 28, sub Lect to approval of dates the j West Virginia racing commission. I after an inspection of the racing a Plant. Boyle said everything would ready for the opening which Fol ill of a Albert j. Boyle president Iowa the Pamlico meeting in Balli a of the Charles town jockey club. More ending May 26. The Charles i said today that the Charles town town meeting would end july 9. Three big hits Eddie Dew Smiley Burnette a in a a beyond the last Frontier a Garden last Day chapter 9 Quot Brenda Starr reporter 1 a the unwritten code with Ann Savage Tom Neal Roland Varno sunday destination Tokyo sweethearts of the . A had won three straight games the conference Aas relieved Olin Quot lefty Quot Moody in the seventh after a a lineman had doubled Aud Irum in for r a rut balt or for will la. A i in it ext Power 31 la Yarige had a liked Moody retired onry p Fie Side in order to gain credit for a wins a Sun in All offering his first defeat a triumphs in Hie cont the route for fort my four hits Burns three of the sentinels 2. Our n site or two base hits it Whiteman. Stolen is 3 Penner 3. I Maitret Sibert. Durst Cwi Art. P a Burns. Radcliffe and n bases port Hiu 8. Aile Hiil gave blow. Allegany pulled tile Ganve out of to fire in the final Box. Burns and Radcliffe Bleb body Bosn la pit of and her bold1 a1 jewel 5. Burn 4 Burn 8 Moody in a Moody 0 in u Jueil i Dehart cd Jewell. Passed bal it. Winning Pitcher mar Jewell. . Time of game Ivancev on Vul scored on Ronaldr. J. Hue bes de Durst Sarri o a a ply Charles Baker walk a passed Ball and so do j Sharp single Yursi Sacri Hughe heed to second was tagged out at Dunn 3b- a 4 my Ting to steal third Tom pow a d s singled stole second and third St Wen in. A 1 id romped Home with the winning Beme of3 ail on John Bachman single top Era it Jav p-2n1 Workman Qibla no of. I the West riders made their first j. Cramp of. 1 run in Hie opening Frame when i Baker walked was sacrificed to gee he adman. A Ond Durst and scored on pow Cook. I eras double. In the fifth the 3t�r if. Campers counted twice on Jewell a error of bumps grounder miscues Una rth 4 Jim manges and Penner Ste hta Biman c Bens wild throw and Powers a Fly a to deep right. p a Powers starred afield and at the Bryant of. Plate for the campers. He handle seven chances at third without an All error. Lashed out two hits include Hyndman run baited 1 Jor league Caliper will among 0 the 2 000.000 men that the army discharges As a result of Germany a 0 surrender is the War department did not 0 have available today a list of pro-3 fusion Al athletes inducted under 0 the provisions of the Byrnes or j Der. No new instructions Harp yet Bito his 0 5 been receive ii the selective serum 020 3 e vice to put into effect the War de a apartment a a latest changes but that is considered merely a matter of procedure. The department later explained that All cases subject to review will revert to local boards since it would i contrary to policy to them in a a the individual will notified. Of course As Well a his Board. A an officer said. There Are less than too of these a he added. Cases in a a a sunday school league it Vav Dino or Cli f4 n l. Pet. Salvation army. I 0 i too Grace Baptist. I 0 t too first methodist i 0 1.000 episcopal. 0 1.000 Centre Street. 2 i ,867 Grace methodic. I .867 United Quot Brethren. I .867 Park place. I .500 Cresaptown. I i .500 presbyterian. I 500 St. Luke a. .0 i a too Davis memorial .0 i too first Baptist. .0 i too St Mark in i too Trinity. 0 3 too >1 o Grace methodist tossers ran into their first lass in three Central Myca sunday school softball league starts yesterday at Community Park when they were edged out 9-8 United Brethren three Loop games were scheduled yesterday. Centre Street methodist which an athlete has won 5 forfeit Over Trinity when 8 been examined and rejected but not the latter was unable to place a Bing Crosby he s going thai Way again. Betty Hutton As twins she s twice As Good. Sonny Tufts he what they mean about sailors. Grace m. Fisher theatres embassy the comedy hit a a Guy a a Gal and a Palm West As you like it a Topeka terror with Allan Lani sunday and monday it s your Story and mine a the greatest Story on Earth the Story of g vet passed on the War depart full team on the Field and the a Merit also will go Back to the local result of t he Grace Baptist St boards Boston sox Square Mark a tussle at stitcher Field Wasny to reported. U. B. Scored what proved to the winning run in the first of the seventh. In the Bottom of the final inning Grace methodist came Backa i t 1 for two mar ers Rawl Togo a to ride i in i 11na Homer providing one of the tallies Sci in j Wuu i i i us Rowan Hausman Bucy and Brinkman each had two hits for _ i United Brethren while Raymond in no Autv 11in. Stevenson and Lefew shared four Cleveland May la pm the we the 31 my a double and drove in two runs no fort Hill batsman had More than one safety with Brown and Whiteman each getting a two Bagger. Baile 11 lid a ii the Beall High mountaineers entered the 500 column turning balt Hyndman Hitti base a Hern 4-3. In nine innings i Hyndman a a Freak Home run Jim Crump broke up the game and gave the mountaineers their second Victory 8 2 t >00 Las >00 111 ooo--3 Kag Bea j mantas. Two j Crump. Stolen Blair Crump. Mille Brook hit Mantua Home it .ie Murray. B 2 Stowell Cook �4�cr ire a s air double play a Farrady Dunn my r Crump. Left on Beal 3. Hand Nitri base c u Bai Farrally 3 j. Hat hex i. Rvan 5 sprue a out Ferrad it v work Tiar i. J hug 3. Bran 9 hit Farrady s in 8 Workman i in i r Crump 0 in 0 pitched to two men hut 0 in 3. Hit pitched Ball far Rad divans. Altman it passed is ails St a him a Hughes Winin Pitcher j Hughes a Tnp ire a Smith and Quot Arri. Tom it of game 3 to i Boston red sox evened a two game us tace Bodi ats i series we h the indians today when United Brethren Aoi 330 in j a he clouded fourteen hits off four or. E methodist 001 050 sgt _ Cleveland hurlers to win 8-4. S Lloyd Chri. Gopher and Pete Fox led the botox attack with three singles each Christopher driving in two runs Tex Cecil in winning his second Victory against three defeat., helped his own cause scoring two runs with a timely single the Box la 2 to i staler and Clark Sld away and Rawlings Bob pastor released from Active duty of hit Gal a sit to the reason Crump drove out a and the Tell rolled under a Small a outside the Fence Hyndman i no ground Rule to cover such a i a lion and the blow went for a the standings Hall dim ired Ben Hun Manguso a run in the j in was Safe t error Tom a played need glasses i com to Cumberland original r on 8ne optical hog hrs it you get examination Glim Frame and Case All Tor one Price i no extra charge Tor bifocal. A ofic Hoot 9 a in in 5 a in i new Deal optical�?~>9 n Mechanic of n v hon4l i e ague it i third svs i i i to i nth so. Or cries Ami Ric an i f Agi t s t 11 Row s a la it i i i h Hoston a r ii o a Newsome so 4 j i 0 5 Steiner 2b 4 i i 2 4 Mcbride la ,. 5 0 i 14 0 r Johnson of. 4 i 2 i 0 Fox of. 5 i 3 2 0 Christopher of. 4 3 3 0 0 Tobin la. 0 i i 3 Cla bark. E0 i 7 0 Cecil p0 i 0 i j Ryba p0 0 0 0 0al h 14 37 13 Clea i land t to r h it a 0 0 7 2 Meck Lewicz of. 4 0 0 3 o i j Garnett of. 4 0 0 5 n 1boudreau is. 4 0 i i see re a of. 4 i i 2 0 i it Rose 7b 3 i i 2 a Meyer 3b2 i 0 1a i Mcdonnell e0 0 5 0 i j sterner c 0 2 2 9 Smith p0 i 0 i of Lipri p0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 j Etc a a. I i 0 0 Kun if p 0 6 0 i i total. 4 7 37 to san Antonio. May la Bob pastor former High ranking contender in heavyweight boxing circles and a physical training instructor at the san Antonio aviation Cadet Center has been released from Active duty because of a Back injury the Field announced today. He will leave for his Home in Saratoga Springs. N. Y., tomorrow. Boston Cleveland errors rot a Ophir 3, a of de. J so Smith left. Mud 7. Bairn Tan . I to i. Pet. To .867 la a .64&Quot to a 625 9 to .474 i .467 8 444 7 11 >69 5 2. Smith i. Calver i Kir h 9 Iii is i a i a Ca Vert 3 in 1<> a 0 in. Cen a in i Klein i in j winning Pitcher eel Pitcher Smith Umpire a re. Birr and Jon. Tim 3 is in dance 2 of Leeti mated. Baseball a Narragansett opens race meeting today 4� re il8 of kill in i a p Home Tai a a amen Rev Tai a new kind of Cook Book for the Bible Book store to South Liberty St Rirs err la in a i i <4 so or Carl Scheib athletic hurler is inducted Harrisburg a May la up curl a Hoheb 18-year-old Paula Delphi athletics Pitcher was in oui or into the army today and Arn to tile near new Cumberland re i potion Center Tor assignment Pawtucket. R i., May la of after completing its opening Dav planes in a matter of hours instead of Days Narragansett Park will then throw wide its Gates for a Twenty five Day running horse meeting tomorrow thereby becoming the nation s first major track to take full advantage of the lilting of the racing ten earlier this week. With almost 1,000 thoroughbreds in its stables and us experienced racing and parimutuel staff reassembled Narragansett looks Forward to welcoming an inaugural crowd of 30 too which is expected to provide a million Plua betting handle a for the nine race program Chedi fied to Start at. 2 30 p in it Ewt. Since most of the entries in the 13 000 inaugural purse a five and a half furlongs sprint have wintered at the track there Mav Speed to Durn when such racers As mrs untie Woolf Good going and bar Willow i w i. Lunf # High Fox and merry Sunshine Ray Metcalf cattleman and Pat Catalano s Zic Brand vie in the two div Slon feature event for three Vear oids and up twelve Wen named Tor the first division running and thirteen for the second. In which Sam Garfield entry of Patriot in and Lively a was listed
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