Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 14
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-FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 11, 1955 Dial PAi2-4WO for a 'WANT AD Tik«r here • against Montgomery Neither Lester nor Jack Kc>scr High Schools Golde Tornado gndders who came will ih^a ."gnat's eyelash", of upsettin the Ailegany .Campers last Satu .day night at the Stadium, will b 'playing in Cumberland,,th coming weekend. This time, how ever, they'll be in the role of favorite, not ah underdog. iihiOppoiing the West Virginians -*err Friday Bight will be La. 0 $«lltV Exploreri, knocked 3«rer in their last two outings -Jnlt with an extra week'of rest "-fa prepare for the Tornado. "^e lull iii the schedule was t the liking of .the ailing Explorers 4£ c it ga\e them the time the needed to recuperate and coac Norm Geatz says We will be a close to being at full strength possible ' -—derry Proud, LaSalle's secon (string center, is the only Explore its of now who will, be-unable t fclay. Proud suffered a mild con pussion in the game against Foi Jlill and was a patient in.Sacre Heart Hospital for almost tw jlveeks «'. End Jerry McGreevy stepped o ^ n_ail.this past Saturday and ha B sore foot as a result, but is ex iiec'ted ready for the Keysc clash, { Geatz is contemplating one lino up change/for Friday. A big'im Jjrovement in Tommy Smith -dwwnfield .blocking during recen practice sessions.:has : earned him the starting job at. fullback, th LaSalle mentor .declared.: Charles l a i so [,e available io jriqty in the bucking post. | j Although they will,be enter- I >lng the contest on the short end '', iplorcrs nave shown a lot of | Jipirlt in practice and "I think i iwe'jl give Keyser a good ; (game."... -. ^ - ; . -,.' .-., ...-;-j- <' vRoy Lester, Ailegany ,Higb • men tor, fihds himself in a.rhuch..dif 1 ferent position while.'preparing h'is Campers for their Saturday nigh clash *-— —•-•-' •"--' ; Blair. .Gable, his assistant,: has seen the •Blazers in action this season ahc 'this Alco coaches are at a disadvantage • in setting up. their' defensive guns: . * ' "We're .practicing against 1 wingcr-T, as that's the-kind of offense Montgomery Blair used lasl year when we played them," .Lester said this morning.'The. Blazers; from this formation, .threw a Ibl of cross-bucks' and reverse's beating the. 1954 Campers, 34-7, at Silver Spring. ' AUegariy is one of two undefeated teams (Thomas is the other) in .this area, while Montgomery' Blair has won two and lost one. On.Sat- ,urday night the Blazers handed Suitland a 12-7 setback. ; The. Campers came out of. the Keyser battle with a number of lumps- and bruises, none believed serious enough to sideline anyone. Pete Charuhas, guard and linebacker, has a Charley horse and didn't practice yesterday, while halfback Bob Fletcher was also kept out of the Monday session with a bruised side; Dave Conley, defensive halfback, started practice, but was forced to an early shower with k bad back. . Hester, disappointed in his team's showing against Keyser's .scrappy Tornadoes, says a lot.oi •-emphasis will .be put on ball-handling during this week's drills. The Campers lost the ball on five oc- cations in last Saturday's game, three times on fumbles and twice when alert Keyser defenders swiped the leather. Sports Keg Residue A number of Cumberlanders took in that 14-0 tussle last. Friday night at the Orange Bowl between unbeaten Notre Dame and Miami . . . Among them was Dr.. Leo Ley who declared it was a terrific battle of opposing lines. ... A former . quarterback at LaSalle High School, Dr. Ley also brought hack a good report on halfback Harold Hudson, and end Phi Geatz, stars of last year's line Explorer eleven, who matriculated at Miami. . . . Hudson scored touchdown last .week against the Miami varsity when the'freshmeh were employing Notre Dame plays against them in scrimmage. . . Geatz, too, has made a good im< jiresston with the Hurricanes, al though still a little on the awkwan side. . . . : Incidentally,. Phil's mqther and dad, Mr. and Mrs Norman.(Cotton) Geatz, witnessec .the Friday game, as did Mrs Irene Ley and Mr. and Mrs: Pau Hitter." .-.'. Some; area names stood out in the historic opening football' game for the new. Air Force- Academy last Saturday at 'Denver in which the Falcons defeated Deliver University's Fresh- Hilltoppers' Crawford In Second Slot Keyser'g Jim Webb, AIco's Bob Fletcher Gain In Point Race By scoring.his' team's 'only six points in the 22-6 setback at the hands of Ridgeley High last Fri day afternoon, quarterback Ha'rolc Mongold kept the lead in the dis trict' football .scoring race. But. Mongold, ,whb; has tallied four touchdowns and seven place rrieht boots in four contests, is being pressed by halfback Jim Craw ford-of Fort 'Hili. The Sentihe block-buster rammed over for one TO and added a pair of conver siohs- in the '20-6 win .over Beal of Frostbufg" Saturday for a five game total of 36 points. Three o Crawford's markers have. come on the six-yard field goal agains LaSalle. Webb Moves Up Jim "Skceter Webb, elusivi Keyser halfback; moved into. the thick of the race with a two touchdown, -performance. agains Allegahy, although the Tornadc went down. to defeat for the firs lime in four.battles, losing to Alle- gahy, 18-14; Friday night; Webb's pair of six pointers gives the Tor nado Whirlwind''five for as many games and a season total of .10. LaSaile quarterback Billy Buz zard, runnerup -to? Mongold las wejk with 29 points, fell, to fourth Dlace as the eExlorefs were idle They return to action this Friday meeting Keyser at the Stadium. Kenny Hartman, the. offensive whiz of the Ridgeley~Hawks;: : adde< a field goal and extra point to his production in beating Moorefieh irid'riow has 26 "markers for five contests. Hartmah's 'three-pointer was .from 30. yards* out. : 'fletcher tallies Twice With Ailegany hipping Keyser !8-14, .in. 20 seconds, <the Campers' Bob ..Fletcher pushed lis way' into "the. race by account- ng.fpr the.lirst pair'of Alco touchdowns. A defensive star last fall part of the Campers' of- ensive machine, with his elevation the halfback slot' this' season, ^letcher has.'..banged ; over for our six-pointers '- and gadded as many extra points for 28 tallies men, 34 .to 18. . The honor 01 scoring the first two- Air Force touchdowns .went to Johnny White a fullback' from Baltimore,, while outstanding on the: line .were, cc• captain Charles Zaleski, a guar< from . Morgantown, ; i W.' Va., •'• and center 'Robert Delligatti of King. wood, W, Va. .•..-'( At one stage of the Maryland-Wake Forest foot• ball game: l«t Saturday it College Park, .b-noit half, of the Terp llKup 'WM' made .-lip'' of Cumber- loud boys. .". . In'looked Ilk* a Fort Hill High Alumni teiin, with five of Maryland's 11 (Continued on Page 15) Moorefield's Mongdld Keeps Area Scoring Lea® '' l .rid fifth place. Ridg'eley's' H' adding nc placement boot, still leads the ca with points-after, the lone one gainst Moorefield giving .him 11. tick Kephart', Keyser -, fullback, ins made good on ten 'attempts vhije Fort Hill's .Crawford has ad- led nine. v ; „ Ailegany, Thomas, arid Northern f Accident have the only unblemished records although Northern as a 6-6 lie with the.Meycrs'dale Bs" 'for'two games. .The'.Camp- rs kayoed both Hagerstown, 14;7, nd Keyset -in appearances last <eek to spill their unbeaten ambi- ions. '' Thomas has whipped" the Elkins "Bs", 13-0, and Cireleville, 5-7, for. two attempts. The scor- ng totals follow: a loop mark if-they continue near their present .pace. With quarterback Freddy Wyant leading the way; the Mountaineers lop the circuit in passing with .a 209-yard average and rank .second to Richmond in rushing. As if they needed it, the Mountaineers also iead the league in punting.- Defensively, Davidson is leading he pack;' although Virginia Tech s only a shade bshind. The Wildcats, with a sparkling pass defense as their chief blessing, have yield: cd'only 168 yards per game. Tech, lowever, has the staurichest rush- ng defense allowing- only 100.8 yards per game. cam llegany Thomas 2 Northern 1 'ort Hill .:.... 4 lidgcley < leyser 4 loorefield — 4 arsons ....... 3 agerstown ... 3 Franklin ' 3 outhcrn 2 Salic 1 idford • 1 fnrtinsburg ... 1 eall '. 1 llrclcvlllc f..... 1 'ctcrshurg ..'.. 0 1-redcrlck 0 Vest Vn. Deaf. 0 TEAM STANDINGS W. 'I,. T. Pit. OP. Pel. 0 0 64 27 1.000 1.000 1.000 103 104 94 -IS 67 54 62 51 98 34 77 39 76 102 78 74 59 SB 3B 0 27 0 47 105 0 46 97 1-25- 58 0 6 66 0 37 97 .600 .600 .500 .333 .333 .333 .200 .200 .000 .000 .000 INDIVIDUAL SCORING School G. TD E.Ps FG T. iongold. Moorefield... 557 0 Crawford. Fort Hill . /ebb, 3uzzard, LaSalie 4 'letcher, Ailegany 3 K. Hartman. Itldgeley. 5 lammersmith, -Ft. Hill 5 •elker, Bcall ...:,.... 4: Earnest, Hidgeley 5 tosenau. Parsons'..... 5 3 5 '5 .- Bcumi, W. Va. Deaf Abe, nidKeley ...I.... 'cpharl. Keyser Lewis, Fortllill ..' Stmntz. LaSalle ....... Hartman; Romney '. Colaw. Southern..., F. Colaw, Southern .., A'ard, Keyser .:...,'., Quatlro, Thomas ...... H. Eye, Franklin .... 'yles, Romncy -......'. 'Lough, Franklin ..:.. lender, Korthein .... Dahmer, • Franklin. McKenny, Fort Hill 45 0 29 2 .10 . 0 31 0 30 0 300 2 6 0 30 0 : 3 '0 0 18 3 3 2 2 Bush. LaSalle ......... < Nleld, Rldgelcy Shanholtz, Romney 18 1- 'l 13 13 ..5.2 0 d 12 Studemvalt, Keyser .: Vcttcr, Moorefield ... Vcbster, Moorefield ; Sowers. Southern .... Spenaugk, Parsons .. Cecil,. Ailegany ...... Scott; Ridjtcley .; — Jcckman, Southern .. itevenson. • Beall' •Hartley, .Cireleville. tones, Hanons Shook; Fetenburg ..-. iuffman, Thomas ... 2 0 ; 2 0 2.0 2. 0 2 0 2 020 1 1 OTHKt SCORING AI.LEGANY . — Charulias. .Dick, D, 'aye/Perdew^ (6), • " .'. .< FORT HILL — Keller, Shaffer .(6). BEALL — Cook («), Fatkin (1). HIDGKI.EY.— Wilson (6). ^ . ROMNEY-E.' Hartman.' Duilc, Heavener (6), Klottcrman (3).. KKYSEK — Parish <6). ': . MOOHEFIELD — Cain («). PETERSBURG — Yankey, Van Meter, SOUTHEnN •FRANKLIN • Mason, Glaze (6). Rhudy, ,1. Eye, Prop.t '•CIRCLEViLLE — Huffman, Armen- rout 16), Atbocast (I): . W. VA. DEAF- — Popovich, Trader («), McCoy (U. ...-.,-,-.. PARSONS ,^-' Schwwover, Bava,' Hul- NOHTHKRN — Maier («). : THOMAS - Williams, Meyer (I), My Klnney (1); • ..- *• ' • •» •—Not Inclndlv Qretn Bank came., ••-Not .UKlltdlM Kort Hill JVsj ai Hlllsboro'lamca. .''.'••;: .1 ' PLENtV OF CATS NEW YORK V'INEA) - There re 29 schools around the country ho nickname athletic teams Wild- •ts. '- '.',-'' " - SMALL, BUT—Jimmy Thompson, -Georgia Tech's 5-6, ? 148 pound halfback, is billed as the smallest man in major college' football but'he gives Engm cers^big;.'scoring punch. Mountaineers Continue Dixie Offense Pace RICHMOND, Oct. ll.UPI.- West Virginia University, which is averaging. 42 points per game, continues • to --pace • the Southern Conference in total offense. Grinding out an average of 432 yards per AU C y S game, the Mountaineers appear a . to grab their third straight Clowns', touchdowns on 10 and totai and could--setV? rd runs - Payton dashed. 1 TOTAL OFFENSE West Virginia . Richmond '...: Vlrslnia Tech . Davidson The Citadel"... Game . 432.7 . 303.8 .-.226.0 . 217.7 . 204.0 :TOTAI DEFENSE Davidson --...,. .Virginia Tech West Virginia Ge'o. Washington . 176.3 . 184.0 . 205.3 The Citadel :... 20S.I •RUSHING OFFENSE Hiclunond , West Virginia The Citadel ....:. Vlrilnla Tech :....... Geo. Washington . 23S.5 . 223.3 •' HUBHLNG DEFENSE Virginia Tech. 100.8 . West Virginia 115.7 . Davidson V.. 137.0 Richmond ; 148.5 The Citadel 151.7 TASSINO OFFENSE West Virginia.. Davidson !...,. Furman ' Virginia Tech . W fc M Alt. Comp.flame . 55 32 . 209.3 . 19 15 rASSING DEFENSE •Davidson ' . Furmah 'George Washington The Citadel West Virginia ..... West Virginia . Richmond — 3. Virginia Tech Furman Davidson V.rd: Per Alt. Comp.-G»me .. 2S 10 .. 26 : 13 .. JJ—M.. 44 12 -.. 51 18 Pops Register Third Win In Rec Football HIGH' SSCHOOL "A" LEAGUE W L W Pop a Placo 3 o L Sentinels 1 Penh. Avenue-2 0 -'Rockets : ....'., 1 Callen's SU . .21' Crantree's :..-' I Game Toasarrow -i'. Avenue Beaja-'vs- Llttl Sentinels, (At...Constitution .Park) ME» I LEAGUE , W L Clowns 4 1 Post Plygd Cap. Bowline/4 v 1 2 Hurricanes .: Park Punks 3 2 VFW Bill's . Amoco. Z ~ 3 Cresap. 'Gulf Games' Today «:15— VFW vs Hurricanes. (Penn Ave) 7:15-rPark Punks' vs.-.Posi (Penn Ave Pop's Place kept its-record clean in the High School A Division of .-'the City Rec Touch-;Footbal League yesterday by whipping Lit tie Sentinels, 12-0, at Constitution Park. Pop's. . A 65-yard pass play executed by Davis and Washington ifelted tht first score while Davis-ran ovei from-five yards \ out for the fiha touchdown AtvPehri -Avenue, the, Rockets cracked a three-game losing streal by downing Crabtree's, 24 to 12. Passes .produced three .of the winners' touchdowns. Schell scor ed on a nine yard run then passec to.Benson for the second six-point er. Bbsley's 5-yard 'aerial to Zufal netted.the third tally and Boyc caught Bbsley's 8-yard aerial fo the filial touchdown. Williams toss ed four yards to Beck for Crab tree's initial score, and hit Evan; with.a pass that.covered '47 yard: for 'another six-pointer. Clowns took over the'.leadershi] of the Men's Division by beatinj Bill's .Amoco.' yesterday at Penn Avenue, 12-6, while Cresaptown Gulf was upsetting Capitol Bowling •It was -the third win foi Wageley scored, both of. .thi yards for the losers'score. Cresaptown packed, its. scoring punch into'the, third quarter on ; 47-yard : pass, play engineered b; Cecil and Ware arid a pair of inter cepted passes.. Cecil- swiped one aerial and galloped 23 yards while McGregor dashed 37' yards aftei pilfering a pass: Cover ran 19 Capital's first score while Phillips took Carder's pass arid rambled 19 yards for the final six pointer. The loss knocked. Capital :4-2) out of first place. 1 Hir.II SCHOOL 'A' LEAGUE Pop's Place .I.......6 . 0 . V fi—K tittle Srntlnets fl 0 0 . 0—fl Touchdowns—Washington,' Davis (Pop': Place). . ' Bocxeti 1 I! 12 0—ti Cr«*rtee's .: «- 0 0 s^-12 Touchdowns—Schell, Benson, Zufall Benson, Boyd (Rockets): Beck, Evans ;rabtree'<). ." MEN'S LEAGUE Clowns ' B " 0 Bill's Amoco '. 0 . • 1 Touchdowns: Wageley. (Clowns) 2, Pa'y on (Bill's Amoco). • \ Cresaptown Gull ..: 0 0 IB 0— HI Capita! Bowline. ••.... 0 .0 6 6—12 touchdowns.' Ware, .Cecil, StcGrcgo (Ci-esaptovvti): Cover, Phillips (Capital) Phillies Dispose Of Four Playevs PHILADELPHIA W —-The Phil •i'1-n adelphia Phillies, .trying . to .gel lack in contention .in the Nationa' xiague baseball race have dis posed of four more second line il^ycrs. .. The latest to go were Tom. Casa- jrande, $40,000 bonus pitcher whom he Phils gave several trials, out- ielder Mel Cjafk, .catcher Jim Command and pitcher . Thornton Cipper, all of whom put in brie: stints with the Phils. Casagrande, with Louisville of he American Assn..last year, was sold to the Syracuse. Chiefs of the nternational League and is. now eligible for the player draft. The others all were with Syracuse for most of* last year, and : their con tracts .were sold outright .to Syra cuse, a Phils. farm club. The Phils -recently, sold -pitcher Bob. Kuzava to 'Columbus of the International League, and gave releases to first baseman Eddie Wait kus and utility man Harry Lowrey While ey Last! B. F. Goodrich Offers -..-••-• : : • • ; ; .^ • ' , 1st. Class Tubeless Tires thai were removed from new cars when owners switched to B. F. Goodrich LIFE SAVERS OIV'10~4 ply (Mock)'.', 710-15 -4 piy.'(§&),; 800-iS-4 ply (llwk). 17.95* tt.95' 19.95 20.95 •Pint MK 1 *M An v'-'-i - • -.• B.F.Goodrich >1S» N. Cmln St. — D!«l PA 2-3177 Replaces As Leader In AP Grid Poll ly Tks) AiMcutcd rim Michigan, bidding for its first national title since 1948, moved into the No 1 spot this week in the Associated Press Football poll, overhauling Maryland's mighty Terrapins, who fell to the runnerup role Michigan, proved .its comeback as a national power by humiliating Army 262 Saturday It was the third game of the season for the unbeaten Wolverines-, and it convinced the i nation's. experts. The Wolverines had a healthy 200-poiht; margin in the poll over Maryland, which 'gathered a 4-0 record by whipping Wake Forest, less imposing than the previously unstopped Army machine 287 Oklahoma with its winning string now stretched to 22 games remained in third place followed by a general shakcup that listed Notre panic Georgia Tech Wis consul Texas Christian Navy UCLA and West ; Virginia iri that order In realigning the top 10, the nations sports writers and broad casters gave* Michigan < 80 first Dunkel Rates Terps Fourth InPower Index By DICK DUNKEL DAYTONA BEACH Fla - (Spe cial) — Four undefeated power houses — Michigan Notre Dame Texas Christian and Maryland- occupy the top tour positions in the college football Power Index following their exploits of last weekend. Michigan took a long lead with a rating of 1286 after/ walloping supposedly powerful Army 282 The Wolverines have how disposed of Missouri Michigan State and Army by the average margin of 22 place votes — nearly four times points These opponents have had as many as the Wolves picked up an average adjusted rating of Fights Last Night last week Adding points on a 10 for first. 9 for second, etc.. basis, Michigan wound iip with a total,of 128 6; far ahead of the pack. 'Notre Dame and Texas'.Christian i;662-'alter a count of the 191 ballots: Maryland,;which-held the No. iwith- 113, position for two weeks, .collected only 45 firsts (the Terps had 88 a week ago) and a 1457 point total: "Oklahoma"was.'awarded 21 first place votes and totaled 13nO points! The leaders with first-place .votes in parentheses: 1. Mlchlean (10) 1.661 2. Mao-land (45> 1,457 3. Oklahoma (21) 1.350. 4. Notre Dame O) 1.2M 5. Georgia Tech (3) «8l • 1 6. Wisconsin (11) 707••' 7. TCU (4) 645- . 8. Navy 641 9. UCLA (1) 556 • ' 10..West:..Va: (U) 331.' „ SECOND 10 . ,11. Duke: (4) 316 ' ' ' ' '12. Washington (4) 307 • • 13. Michigan Stale. 92 H. Ohio State'41 15.'Rice-U 16. Southern CM 29 . IT..Auburn 24 . •' . . II. Army 2i. . 19. Texas AJcM-14 20. Colorado 12 . . Kentucky (tie) 12 Spas Pose Threat To Outdoor Lead Spa,Bar crept closer to the lead i' the tight South End Liquor Dealers Bowling League by shut- :ing out 4th District Democrat Club, 3-0, while pacing Outdoor flub was. held to a 2-1 .victory over Exports. ODC heads 'the loop with an ll-l ; record to Spas' mark of 9-3. \ . •'.'• • : Racey & Lynn also marked up a shut out win with a 3-0 conquest of Decker's Bar while.VFW tripped; Wonder -Bar, 2-1, in other matches. - . • Rich Clay's -.199 '. game and "Chick" Grimm's 534 set for Wonder Bar. paced the evening's scorers while individual team leaders were "Les" • Moore 194 and 'Midge" 'Mudge 482, VFW; Joe LaGratta 186 and Ed.McKay 5TO, Spas; Harp Bland Democrats, ll'o- i24; John Reitmeier 188. and Harry Vayman 438, Deckers; - "Bud" )entinger 177 and Tom -Hppwood 435, Raccys; Dick Rank 170 and Joe Schupfer 434,- Exports; Paul Tracey 180 and Dick Bittner 486, Outdoor Club. Standings:' ipa Bar ...... Decker's. Bar- Vender Exports Democrat Club 1066 Adding 220 to 1066 gives Michigan its present rating of arc tied for second place each The Irish downed Miami. Fla.i 14-0,"• for their'third straight win while TCU was lick ing Alabama 21-0 for its fourth in a row without a loss. No. 4 Maryland made its record 4-0. and its. rating 108.1,. by prevailing over Wake Forest, 28-7. The Ter'ps jumped from fifth to fourth, No. 5 UCLA (3-1) Defeated Or& gon State. .38-0, while No. 6 Oklahoma (3-0) won over Texas 20-0. The Power Index top 50 follows: Michigan"':. "'- -• -• • -•Notre Dam* TCU : Maryland .. UCLA- ; : Oklahoma .. Army ....... Washington Ga.' Tech .. Texas Al-M Mich State So. Calif. ... Wisconsin Duke ...:.'.. Rice ,..'.. fr . Miami, Fla. Penn State Auburn .— Navy Kentucky .... W. Virllnla , To Name Pilot Tomorrow • St LOUIS W — It appeared certain today that Frank Lane, new St Louis Cardinal general manager, was speaking of Fred Hutchinson. when he dismissed the question of the clubs 1956 field manager with one sentence ' We 11 name him Wednesday at a 10 a m (CST) press conference ' Lane the trading wizard of base ball wouldn t say much more yes terday about the managerial job As a week long Cardinal orgamza tional meeting began Lane pre ferred to speculate about possible trades to help the club He had 'previously mentioned Hutchinson manager of the 1955 pennant-winning Seattle, club of the Pacific Coast League and former Detroit Tigers manager Harry (The Hat) Walker, who took over as Redbird pilot when Eddie Stanky was fired last May "and a third party he wouldn t identify as still in the running for the job Since then reports have persist ed Hutchinson has the Job sewed up. The unidentified third party was believed to be Jimmy Keane, Oma ha manager. ly Th« Associated Pien NEW YORK — Lulu Perei, 135. Brook iyn, outpoinled Bobby Courchesne, 131 : * Holyoke. Ma»., 10. BROCKTON Malt—Willie I ep 12914 Hartford. Conn.. ; : outpointed - Charlie 'eres Gets Nod tl n Fierce Fightf'^ NEW YORK I* - Lulu Perifa ill concentrate on om now on The clever Brooklyn youn^ter, nee a leading featherweight, con. nder felt strong at 135 pounds st night when he won a fierce ittle from Bobby Courchesne olyokc Mass, at St Ntchol rena 1, dont know what held,hja) > said Lulu of the seventh und when he battered Bobby om rope to rope only to see th? ew Enghnd po-ycar-old stage $ using rally j ^ Again in the 10th Lulu staggered obb> and rained punches at, hire r 15 seconds At the end,"game ofaby still was coming* ir)J anf .HUNTHSI j,j W. have .vttyllimi y«il iMIjSl Shap htr* M*,, D»ck H.I.III* UEICHCS and COATI waterproof in MK •lock prlc.d him $495 M.n I Hunting BOOT! pit (uiUr lace, Uaiher top and rubber' fetr torn, all l*ath«r tact, ' i. 'to It inch., high. All liibbfr, MwnMMl beett Namt tha stylo wo havo it orifQd from M« THE HUB ARMY-NAVY. 5AIEI CO, 19 N. Ontrt 5tr«f Mlsi. State Mississippi Baylor — '. 128.6 Ohio State 113.5 Miami, 0. 113.5" SMU, 108.1 .Clemson .. 107,9 Texas 107.4 LSU 106.8 Arkansai . 103.6 .Florida ... 105.2 Houston U. KH.O- Colorado .. 103.6 PHtiburih 103.5 Georgia -. 103.0 Kansas St. 102.3 101.6 San Jose St 101.0 ' Tulane ...: 100.4 Purdue ... 99.8 Indiana ... 99.6 Stanford .. 99.1 Col. Pacific 97.B Illinois .... . 97.4 Syrncui* ; 96.8 Boston Col; 96.3 Detroit ,.. 95.0 Oreion St. Sentinel Jayvees Edge Beall, 6-0 The Fort Hili- High . Jay vees scored a fir,st-quarlcr whip Beali's junior varsity, 6-0, yesterday at Frostburg. Bob Appel circled right end from six yards out to ..cap a 70-yard march and bring the Little Sentinels: their fourth football win without a loss. The winners, who will play at Romney next Monday, piled up 197 yards rushing and passing to toll's 125. Other Sentinel victims lave been 'LaSalle, -Keyser and Cireleville High. 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