Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 11, 1955
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'Mil PA-2-4MO for • WANT AD EVENING 1IMES. CUMBERLAND, HP, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, »85 FIFTEEN lIIUUMteeMe4 If TD WM Legal LOS ANGELES 111 - Wai Wash- Ington's winning touchdown agamit Southern California last Saturda l«galj;Troian Coach lea HID say he can t honestly say, even after rechecking game movies The play which gave the Huskies a 7-0 decision was a pass from quarterback Steve Roake to end Jim'Houston who latcraled to tin other end Corky Lewis The pla good for 80 yards on the we field last Saturday in Seattle borne say Houston s knee touched the ground before he got the bal away Others say the lateral wa reilly a forward pass 'Hill tol the weekly meeting of the football writers yesterday he really doesn Know Outdoor Antelopes Leap To Dux Lead Antelopes leaped to a game lea pit the Outdoor Club Bowlm League by blanking Rams 3-< Tihile runnerup Flks were bem teaten, 2 1 by Caribou and Dee •fcst to Moose 2 1 S Team scoring leaders w e r S'Mudy' Mudge Moose 160-405 {"Butch" Johnson Deer 177-484 jhck Bittner Elks 174-435 Ber aie'Gehauf Caribou 16W63, Bo *Atwell Antelopes 166483 Sam JBrady Rams 168-467 Standings I w t w L !AnteIope« u 5 Moot* (Mks » e De«r ttams t 7 Caribou MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 lohimore Street / Jusf Received/ Complete Selection HUNTING SUPPLIES LOWEST PRICES! Tatum Likes Tamburello Best I , , r f / Because He's Only A Junior By JIMMY ME8UN NBA Hall r COLLEGE PARK, Md.—(NBA)—Frwik Tamburellc? is a junior and pre-law student. , \Yith this, it's easy, to get a picture of what kind of a ballplayer the Maryland quarterback is—cool, confident and calm. , You couldn't be farther from the truth When things get hot for the Terps the iw and slick Tamburello is likely storm into the huddle and begi yelling in Italian ''Come si chiama questo (What do you call this') ' For a quarterback who is su posed to have ice in his veins TonyTrabert To Join Pro Ranks Today LOS ANGELES «l - Amateur tennU champion Tony Trabert it expected to turn prifedlonal today Jim Tatum observes 'he is th youll ev most exciteable kid see" i But Maryland which has w every game since Tamburello w made first string midway throu last year will take the Baltimo »y anyway he carts to come In Maryland s first three victo s this season he clicked with OL 19 passes for 157 «ards and couple of touchdowns Call Him 'Coach' Young Tamburello s mam duti as director of Tatum'- split T a tack have been handled even bet r We call him Coach' and would anybody else says Coai Tatum 'Take the UCLA gam :his year We got fourth and fool to go on the 17 and he ca for Jack Healy the right ha back to come straight in for tl first down; Tamburello reaches the li and sees UCLA is in what you ca 'Gap 8 —an eight man line wi hree:backers. Even if I were ne :o the boy I wouldnt have been able to open my mouth He lot busy checking that play an calling off another You re ngh that was the pitch-out to Ed Vere He went.all the way and.we won T*p§ !• Higk School Because of things like tha Maryland s powerful and wellba anced Terps feel they have tl tinesi quarterback in the,nation. Tamburello, 20, ran iip an ey • JET STYLING • PUSH BUTTON TRANSMISSION 1956 CHRYSLER POTOMAC MOTORS INC. Ill S. •MTI* St. PA UM our easy-pay ludget Plan KELLY TIRE SERVICE Phone PA 4-0300 f He^kpserter. Sp^ial TRADE-IN Allowanet /-For Your Prawn! Battery i On Our Ntw KELLY Promoter. Jack Kramer said the signing await* only completion of attorney.-', studies of the fine print in the contract and ' I don t expect anything to hold up the deal" Kramer expects not only to bring Trabert the U S and Wimbledon champion, into the pro'ranks but also the Australian Davis Cup aces,- Lewis, Hoad and Ken Rosewall Snaring this trio rated as he world's three best amateurs, would constitute the biggest enms raid in history on the sunon ures. Kramer s attorney and Trabert's brother Marc, a Cincinnati lawyer, were going over a few revisions each side_ asked_ in the ^proposed ceeded to flnd tne range as he wound up with 51 home runs most n both leagues and also boosted us batting average 40 points to contract. Marc Trabert .flew here yesterday. The promoter declined to give he actual amount offered Trabert mt said the amateur king will get more than Australia's Frank Sedgman did when he turned pro Sedg man got a $75 000 guarantee a t bats Slugging averages are against percentage of the gross hat carried him somewhat above number of total bases by his times DIRECTOR —Frank Tamburello passes and runs the works for a line Maryland vanity popping record as a high school hat figure. Kramer said publicity over the Sedgman offer ' cost me as Tony ust had to look back at the news tones to see how much Sedgman ;ot. Naturally, he asked for more, and will get it From now on I m ilaying it like they do in baseball. Let there be speculation only As for Hoad and RosewaU, Kramer said he has had several telephone calls from Australia "which ead me to believe, that the two sign Reports are that Hoad athlete Trust Big Jim Tatum not«"f Hose»all have been offered to let a boy like that out of the stale—so nobody was surprised when Tamburello landed on the College Park campus. A compact 510 l&pounder Tamburello does everything. well His spirit helps make him the best defensive tackier in the Terp sec ondary. and he intercepts passes as well as.throws them An interception in fact gives he is In the game'last, year, put in at a stage when the Terps eventual 12-7 losers, were on the move. ' 'Aiid Only A Junior' Oh the first play, he passed. was intercepted and he headed back for. the.bench :a bit later, chin dug into hte-chest. 'I wailed a whole year to even this one up," he said, early this season':"'"We'll beat that club if I have^to do it myself. Tamburello' went against Coast champs as if he were fighting fpr his life. There, are a lot of good'things about Tamburello, but Tatum • puts his finger on an important asset. The tiling I. like 'best about him," Jim Tatum drawls, 1 "is that he's a junior." "He.isn't going to go away from me .for a bit.' Tapping (Continued from Page 14) i>eing former Sentinel stars. Lynn Beightol'-was .directing the team from .quarterback, Gene Al- dertbn was at center, Ron Athey at guard, Dick,.Bittner: at tackle _ and John McVicker in a halfback as slot. Little Georgia Welsh; the cool kid from Coaldale, ;Pa is a good . bet to 'make the 1955 ,<VII America'team . Welsh who' stands just five feet, | ten inches: ahd .weighs but 168, was the key figii.-e in' Nayy's 214 victory over Pitt which kept the Middies undefeatedj imbed and im- scored on. . . .' In three games to date Welsh has completed 61 Will Be Honored per cent of .his passes;. having 25 [or 41 arid a .net. of ;S50: yards gained. - Mays, Mantle TakeSlugging Provide Past Weekend Thrills Titles For'55 NEW YORK Ml—Finishing with a flourish,' the New York Giants, 1 Mays captured National >ague slugging honors for the college football's Player of the Week - - - ... straight season, compiling 659 average after a slow start The young center fielder had a 581 slugging mark and had hit only 17 homers when he was rest ed June 19 From then on he pro- 319 Statistics compiled by the As sociated Press revealed that Mays accumulated 382 total bases in 580 computed by dividing a players 150,000 each. ;err, Bernie Bierman and Fran :is J Powers INS reporter :olumnist Bob Considme INS ports editor Johri Harrington'and pprtscaster : Harry )Vismer—also selected the following "Best,of the Week' highlights Game of the Week—Michigan's 26-to-2 :• drubbing of Army. Play>f the Week—Washington's 80 yard scoring play which pro ide'd a 7-to-O upset of Southern California. Coach of the Week—Berihie Oos- erbaan Michigan Here's the. evidence on which the panel based its decisions Game' of the Week The Michigan • Army meeting was rated almost a tossiip.\The Wolverines never had beaten, the Cadets m five previous games during the past decade Am> had son'sniders slugging average was scored at better than a point a Mantle, with .316 517 trips topped at bat. Mantle Tops American The New York Yankees Mickey total the 'American League" with a" 611 slugging per centage The switch hitting out jelder also led his league in lomers with 37 History repeated itself for Mays as he again had to beat out his rival center fielder Duke Snider of Brooklyn In 1954 Mays edged Snider by 20 points This past sea Doddridge Eleven Battles Parsons To 12-12 Grid Draw Only ' foiir touchdowns .-were scored and two players shared the honors last night as Doddridge the key to what kind of a player High tied Parsons' eleven 1212 Marvland UCLA at West Union W Va The contest Tamburello was was originally scheduled Fndav evening .but postponed because of ain. The Panthers, were shooting for [heir fourth win in five starts and had taken a 12-6 lead with a pair of TDs in the second quarter Doddridge tallied-first when Cotrill plunged over from the two to cap a.27-yard drive. The Panthers : came back to deadlock the battle when Bill Rosenau : crashed over' from the one at the end of a 70-yard march, the In three, more plays the Panthers moved ahead. 12-6, when Rosenau again bulled .over, .from the .one after. Parsons • had recovered a bobble.on the Doddridge 49 and 628 and he finished 31 points be hind the ' Say Hey kid The Duke driven to the" enemies' one-yard lint'. An intercepted aerial by Doddridge set up the'tying TD in the third period with Cottrill lugging it over on the end of a 48-yard pass from Freeman! The Panthers threalenedjwicejn the,last quarter, but lost" the ball once • on - a fumble at the ten and were'on the 13 when the game ended. DeiirUie (HI Schoonaver Wiltons Knotts R. Lewis Phillips . Johnson Stevens Nickelion Mullennex McCutcheon Rosenau LH Sponaufle Fireman RH Jones . Cottrill B Bava Pratt Score by periods PARSONS « II » 0-12 DODDRIDGE 0 Si 0—12 Touchdowns — Roaenau 3 (Parsons) Cottrill J" (Doddridge). Substitutes: Parsons—Summers, C«rf Lewis, Filler. Officials—Goldihlea. Bond and HuH. B'nai B'rilh Team B'nai B'rith's semi-finalist team Rainbow Trout Adds 18 Ounces In Year LANSING, Mich—W—A rambowll trout, tagged and released on the I Mahistee River, waslcaught a year I later 100 miles away th the Betsie|| river. ' When tagged the fish was 421| oynces; when caught 60 ounces. in the Hot Stove Baseball League playoffs will be honored at a dinner Thursday, 6 15 p m, at the Cen tral ;YMCA. Players are to turn in' their uniforms at the affair. LITTUSPORW SMN' *MUtl" MUtf SKIE • By DON PARKER NEW YORK — (INS) — Jimmy Swmk, 180-pound Texas Christian junior, whose breakaway'running is keeping the Horned Frogs among the nation's top teams, is Swmk drew recognition from In ernational News Services panel „ ,„„. of experts with a three touchdown slugging mark and had hit performance including a 65 yard • paydirt sprint, against Alabama ast Saturday. The INS panel —Shrine East West coaches frand scouts Andy minute • clip" in two previous runaways this year, and,was expect- oi the Dodgers, swatting was a big factor in Brooklyn's World Series success, amassed 338 total bases in 538 at bats during the regular season. Mays collection of 185 hits m eluded is'.doubles and 13 triples, Binder's extra-base output num sered 34 doubles, six three-baggers and 42 circuit-clouts among his 166 hius whose home : run be. inspfred. by .the return «• Mathewi Third Milwaukee's Ed Mathews .ranked third at .601, • followed by: Ernie Banks o£ the Chicago Cubs with ,592. Big Ted. Kluszewski of Cincinnati rounded out the top five sluggers with a .585 figure. Mantle, third, in 1954, easily out distanced the American league field. His nearest pursuer, Detroit's Al .Kaiine, compiled a .546 slugging mark and wound up 65 points behind Mantle. Included . among Mantle's .158 hits were 25 doubles and 11 triples. Kalihe, the batting leader, collected 321. total -bases in 588 trips. The only player in both leagues to obtain 200 hits; Kaline's extra base output .included 24 .doubles, eight triples and -27 homers. Gus Zenu'al of Kansas City was third with .508 and teammate Vic Power and 'Cleveland's , Larry Doby tied for fourth Each had 505. Ted Williams of Boston far out distanced Mantje, with a resound ing .703 slugging average- on a total of 225 bases in 320 officials at bats. League headquarters ruled, however, that he was ineligible for the slugging title because he had too few at bats. Canal Locks, Warriors Cop Centennial Matches Roby's • Canal Locks shut the doors on" Red-Coats. and Yoder's Warriors .sunk Canal Boats, 3-0 in the Centennial Bowling League while Woltz's .Red Skins scalped Twigg's Fort, 2-1, hi the.other match. Team scoring leaders were Brophine Walker, Canal Locks; 189365; Edith Harclerode, Red Coats 109-299; Millie Frankfort 140 and Vivian,.Chase- 376, ; Warriors; Lily Leighty, Canal Boats, 12432,-) Marion Lynn, Red Skins, 135-318 Marie Frankfort, Twiggs. 112-299 TCU's Jim Swink, Michigan fom disciplinary-drydock of halfback : Mike Ziegler. The:' .Wolverines took charge from. the 'beginning. Before a crowd of 97,239, Army was unable o move the-ball beyond midfield until the : final'quarter. .-The Wolverine's tackling was sharper, its blocking more solid its backs more. elusive. So hard did Michi- jan hit that Army lost the. ball nine times on; fumbles It was a performance that truly established Michigan as the na- .ion's No..l team. Coach of the Week Oosterbaan had particular reason to'; savor a defeat of Army. Sennie. an All-American end at Michigan in his own right, bad an undefeated season at Ann Arbor in 1948, his. first as head coaching successor next fall, Fritz Crisier. was Army— The ! th a rii California and a moral victory, fitti second down and. 22 to go on is own 20, quarterback Steve oake of'the"Huskier-elected to amble'on a long pass. He fired to rangy end Jim Hous- oh, who was trapped and hit hard n" his-own !45. As he was hit, oiiston flipped a lateral •• to Wash- gton's other, end, Corky Lewis, ho sprinted: the remaining 55 ards, outrunning, Southern Cali- Tnia's fleet Jon Arnett'.lo cross le goal line untouched. A's Buy Top Int'Hurler KANSAS CITY- W) - The Kansas City Athletics today announced the purchase of Jack Crimian, voted the International League's most valuable pitcher last season; frorif' Toronto. The Athletics' front office/said the'club would give up a consider: able amount of cash, pitcher Mario Fricano arid another player to 'be named at a later date for the 88- year-old- Crimian who had a 1*6 record with Toronto. The total outlay, including value of A's players involved, amounts to about $60,000 according to the club s estimate. Crimian, a .right-hander, had a. ^13"earned run average the past ;ason. "" He had short stays with the St Louis Cards m 19 1 and 1952 '' *ep Registers 99th Victory 'BROCKTON, Mass.' 1*1 ~ Willie 'ep,. the- Hartford, Conn., 'feath- rweight, is oh,the threshnold of is 200th professional boxing vie- ory. Wily. Willie Tacked up. win No. 99: last night with a, unanimous 0-rouhd decision over Charlie Ti one 'of Brooklyn ,at .the .Maple .rena. Pep weighed 129K Titone 128% Pep has lost seven and drew nee. ROCK & ROLL SKATING SPECIAL TO-NITE ARMORY 21-to-7 trouncing—that sn 25-game. Michigan winning In 1950 'and again last- year Oosterbaan-coached teams lost to Col. Earl Blaik's - Cadets. But i there was a jinx ,in the making the Wolverines : dispelled it las Saturday with a smartly^coached heads-up performance that re fleeted high credit upon Ooster baan. Player of the Week .Last year, Texas. Christian only a mediocre four won* six tyatlj. record. This season,-, 'they're un-' defeated in four games, and,a big factor has been Jimmy. Sviink. The fleet, halfback has scored 62 points and gauied 484 yards from scrimmage. That's moving the ball. Against Alabama, he^ scored, on runs of 65, three and'ten 'yards and gained a total of 139 in 18 carries—a 7.7 average. He's one of the brightest running stars to come out of the Southwest in many years and a topnotch pass receiver, to. boot. 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