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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MIX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD Tak« H'» OffieMl Local Elevens Ready To Taste 'Meaty Pile* Of Cardimals ST LOUIS »>-Fred Hutchmson vformer Detroit manager who led ISeattle to the Pacific, Coast League 'Championship this year, today was named manager of the St. Louis Cardinals. ' „ Why would a fellow just start ...jing out in the coaching profession >.°pass'.up a job opportunity in a ••''• prand new high school which has iltra modern facilities and offers : . aim the chance .to. build from the (round up? . . • ; this answer wai put t» Gene Shaw, Alteganjr High's new basketball mentor, during a : father -.son dinner ;.'meeting last night at Gephart Grade - School. The answer was quite j Interesting. - ' •'.-• Gene,.who just turned 26; accepted a'position at the.new Har- iringtoh. (Del.) High School in July. '•.:'Bul-he-never reported because • . several weeks later .'.'Bill" .Bowers ;i resigned, .after .29 consecutive : ;years as Alleganyls. court maestro . -and the job was offered to Shaw. .Bowers', record,over ihat lonj .span was phenomenal,.a fact wel known to Shaw who was a mem- , her of one of the many championship teams'turned out by the retired basketball professor., Yet • Gene Jumped'at the; chance. As he said: ;"I accepted almost withoul asking what my salary was going to be."': •'., • V; • '.'.' "• The big reason for deciding to put himself on * proverbial hot seat wai ine Honor o( succeeding his teacher, a man that Gene and hundreds of Allegany cagera over the years have held In highest esteem. Besides, It means coming back ..: to his down town with friends . of years standing. • Shaw, incidentally, shared the ..speaking spotlight with Fort Hill's "Bobby" Cavanaugh, the new dean • ,of area. basketball coaches, and _Clifton .Van Robyl one of the district's top cage officials. . . .All.three men gave some sound 'advice to the grade school.young- sters who. will be ouri"piayers of tomorrow." .' '. . •'• .;. •' • Cavanaugh went oh record .as favoring.the use of a smaller ball for boys of grade school age. Too many youngsters, he said, find the regulation sphere too.big to shoot '.' properly and as a result they develop a bad technique. Both he and Shaw put their stamp of approval on the Sunday School League and other such kids' circuits. They stressed, how- lever, that good coaching is im- "portant in these leagues, as it is here that the boys first learn the fundamentals of the sport. • Shaw, a former player and coach In the Sunday School circuit, told the "stars of tomorrow" the importance of team play and listed a few "do's" and "don'ts" that should be quite helpful to the youngsters. Cavanaugh, getting ready to start his 28th consecutive year as coach at Penn Avenue-Fort Hill High, gave his impressions of how the game has changed over the . years. He pointed out that boys of today are more accurate in their shooting and have a better variety of shots than those of a few years ago. Roby, who is also. physical director "at the Central YMCA, told of how the Sunday School League has expanded over the years and gave his views on what is being done in' an effort to equalize the chances of small boys against the taller tossers. With the end of the World Series only a week old and football in full swing, it's difficult to realize but ' basketball season is just around the corner. And when that corner is reached, Cavanaugh will ' .carry into the campaign an impressive winning record second only to that 01 Bowers. "Bobby's" teams at Fort Hill and Penn Avenue, over the past 27 years, have won 475 games •while losing only 175. . The Red Raiders, under CavanaaKh, won seven Western Maryland Intencholastic League championships and six state titles. They Just missed another Maryland champion- t ship IB 1951, losing 45-42 .to Hagersiown in the finals. Two of "Bobby's" teams barely missed the most coveted goal of every coach—an undefeated season.:- The 1939 Fort Hill club won . 31 games -and lost only one, while ten years later found the 1949 Sentinels winning 25 of 26 starts. Cli.cnbs Buy Kellert From Brooklyn Club /••' CHICAGO * ..'-'. : The. Chicago , Cubs yesterday acquired the serv ' : ices / *f first baternan^HiUleJder ' Frank Kellert from the' Brooklyn Dodgeti In a straight cash deal. > .'•': Kellert, •'•'»"' si-year'-old reserve with'the world champion Dodgers ,' billed ,B5 In 3» f amet last'•«•• '•': Knl,'',.-, '-. ' . . ' '': Two Tussles Slated Here [)n Weekend Kcjser, LaSalle Play Friday; Alco Meets Blazers On Saturday By JIM DAY Tlinei Scholaitlc Sports Editor Without at least one major.ob- tacle;a football schedule would be ust a matter of going through the motions.. • Many '.teams have jus lat. An \ overpowering . won-and ist record would be just for noth ngl The more barriers the bettei or everyone, including the player: nd fans. When the'half-way mark of any ootball season is reached—and i will be Friday or Saturday fo most of the district's high schoo levens—the "meaty part" of th chedule begins making its appear nee. For the three city teams this i larticularly true. From here 01 ut, every game is of added im Mrtance whether the opponent en ers the field with a mediocr ecord or an outstanding brie. By he mid-point of a season mos cams have pretty well detefrh ned whether; this will be the yea r if it would be better to buili nd .adopt a "wait-until : ricxt : sea on" attitude., Three, 'Count 'Em' Toughies When .Hahdley High of Winches er tangles with Fort Hill in .th aturday afternoon Shrinks", gam t the'Apple Blossom City, Alle any plays the role of host to th ilazers from'. Montgomery-Blai ie same evening and LaSalle end: .s .week of idleness;. against tin Jeyser Tornado Friday . night 'hese games loom as the hurdle 'hich may enable the local charg s to show 'em all they have wha takes. Or it could be ariothe lirning 'point—in the direction o .down-hill slide. Handley, admittedly, has one o he .strongest teams in coacl Hunter Maddex's tenure at the udges'" school. The Dominion taters also have been,able to old a winning hand against the illtoppers the past two cam •u'gns, .dealing consecutive losses lontgomery-Blair got revenge for two straight defeats by Alle any in 1952-53 wiih a crushing 4-7 victory last fall on the way to ts undefeated.season. Keyser is ill licking'its wounds over five etbacks in a row to the Explorers Fort Hill has righted .itself after ie first opening-game loss in his ory as Morgantown High returnee 0 the West Virginia. city with a 1-7 investment made good. The ed Raiders, have" .clicked.for four raight wins and along the way ot revenge for. the. 12-6 loss ,to artinsburg' in 1954 with a 21-0 in two weeks ago. But, in what should 'have been ot too strong a test last Satur ay, the Red Raiders were held to surprising 20-0 victory over a epped-up Beall team from Frost irg. It could have been just wha iach Bill Hahn's team needed to e'mind it that nothing can bi aken for granted in football. Judges' Record Perfect Handley has swept to three win: ithout surrendering a point, th test being a 14-0 white-wash job 1 Harrisonburg. The Blue Streak •ere considered the "first ob tacie" of the Judges toward an nbeaten year. Fort Hill is the econd. Handley has combined a crush ig running attack with a stingy efense. Only in passing has an pponent been able to go for any real yardage -and then it' ha ever been enough to oeriously ireaten the Handley goal -line arrisonburg last Friday nigh ever got beyond the Judges' 26 ard stripe and, in compiling a ish'ng total of 106 yards, showed he best offensive yet against the laddex crew. , Only.six gridders from the who! quad last year which .went on tc jse only in its final game of the eason are missing from the 195 dition. Halfback Lee Boppe am ullback* George Senipeles are gain making life miserable fo nemy defenses, Boppe going ove or three scores in their first two ames which found the Judge •alloping Loudoun County High 5-0, and Montevideo; 40-0. The Judges' line is probably sec nd to none in the area, avcrng nf 201 pounds from tackle • ti ickle and 188 from end to end. Thi ackfield-'-tips' the scales at 161 nd possesses speed, deception am back-breaking scoring punch. That's for the Sentinels and iahn to ponder in gelling. read; or Ihe Saturday baltle. . Montgomery- Blair coach Connie rown bemoaned the fact he los 3 players from the great unbeaten cam of 1954. But, somewhere long the line, Brown must have lund capable replacements for he ill bring the Silver Spring team ere with only one defeat, in three amcs; The last time out, Satur '• (Continued oil Page 17) LOSES UCLA STARTING .JOB— Itonnie .Jinox,' UCLA'S, . publicized tailback, has lost his starling job to Sam Brown, a hard- running 170-pounder. Brown was the big star in UCLA's 38-0- rout of Oregon State last week,, -earning him the starting assignment •• against Stanford this coming Saturday. -•.'..' : . . (AP Pnototai) lidgeley'6 Abe Takes Lead ii Potomac Valley Scoring Borrow Sensibly If y*v frMit cmh It* fall ••• , Leant «p to $300 Hi* — tmiim — to* INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIEl?, INC. Ni. 301 UWrty Trnt IU(. PMONI PA 44IM •'.- . . Bruce FllntstoM Bull Mt. SiVBft When quarterback Willard Abe ran. back a 20-yard ass interception for a .touchdown in the final quarter gainst Moorefield in Ridgeley High's 2-6 ^ win over the ackets la»t Friday, the six-pointer gave hini the lead in e. league scoring totals. The TD jaunt' was the second e contest for Abe and brings h ree-game PVC tally to 24. Si| il-caller Harold Mongold of th ickets got his team's only touch wn and moved into second plat th 23 markers for four game est 1 • Virginia Deaf's Charle uemi, • last, week's leader, wa oved to third with his 18 points ie Lions played out of the loo st Saturday, losing a 13-12 d sion to the Virginia D.eaf elevei Ridgeley's..Ken Hartman movi to; fourth . place: behind, .Tot jlaw'bt'South'ern. witli'-a' 30-yai eld goal' and : placement., bcw ainst the Jackets. Hartmah no' s 15 points while Colaw, iri thre tries, has a pair of TDs and fiv ira-point attempts made gooc he league standings and scorin [low: inklln ilhern .1 •clevllle Vi. Deal etersburg TEAM STANDINGS W. L. T. Pet. Pli i n n i.ooo i: .100 f. .ii67 fi: .r>« ,v .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 , 1 INDIVIDUA kyer School e, Rldfele? onr.o!d, Moorefield :uml, W. Va. Deaf Colaw, Southern. Ilarlman, R'eley lUgh, Franklin ... Eye. Franklin .. olt. Ridfeley :ller, Moorefleld . Bbsler, Moorefleld wers, Southern .. Colaw, Southern. ihmer. Franklin . arkley, Circlerille llson, Rldleley .. olt, Kldajeley .... eld, Rldceley ... innal, Romney .. ebb, Keyser udenwalt, Keyaer. inkey, Petersburg; unier, Petersburg ason, Southern ... laie, Southern ... eckman, Southern hndy, FrankllD .. Kye, Franklin ... ropsl. Franklin .. ipovich, W.Va. D. yles, Romney :... ephart, Keyser .- S ORING T . E.Pt. FC. ti addler's Conqueror latched With Costa NEW YORK (it-Gabriel.(Flash lorde, the Manila battler whoiu it featherweight champion Sam iddler, July 20 in a non-title boi nidst flying pop bottles, is cor g to the United States to try'fi e big prize. Elorde has been matched wii armeld Costa, flashy Brookly oungster, for a Nov. 11 date adison Sq'uare Garden. Mate aker Billy Brown hopes to pa e winner with Saddler in a cham onship fight. Sandy last defendi February and is overdue, if uitaljle opponent can be produce •HOMELOANSn Our D i r e c t Reduction Mortgage Loans are repaid in easy Rent-like installments! WESTERN MARYLAND luildinf I LMM AU'II. «0 Ptnhlni St. West Virginia Tops Nation Iii Total Offense Pol. Goal HB LB RHB CUB UIB OR IR CF 11. Ol. By The Aisocioted Press West Virginia and Texas 'Christian are major college football's statistical leaders and'the chances are. such former stars as'.Ira Errett Rddgers; .Sammy Baugh and Davey O'Brien 'would do a flip if they noted how their colleges lot to the top. Rodgers, West Virginia's only authentic All America player, was quite a passer in his time, mt in 1919 they didn't toss the iall around the way three Moun- .aineer quarterbacks are doing it .hese days. West Virginia • has gained nearly half its yardage in the air to.lead the nation in passing and in total offense. TCU Tops In Rushing Baugh and O'Brien were two of the greatest' passers when the Southwest Conference was famed for its aerial' antics. Now their school, Texas Christian, is tops in rushing and has averaged only eight pass attempts a game. These are a couple of notable changes brought out today by the NCAA Service Bureau's team of statistics. As long as such records have been kept, neither West Virginia nor TCU has finished in the top 10 in the departments in which they now lead. And the tabulation of leaders shows very few repeaters even from last season. Mountaineers Impress West Virginia, with Fred Wyant, Mickey Trimarki and Alex Szuch tossing, has averaged 209.3 yards per game through the air — 628 yards on 32 passes — and has one of the top-completion averages. In three victories, the Mountaineers have piled up 1,298 yards, an average of 432.7 a game as com- gan pared' to 414 for second-place pi Illinois. -.,'-. Texas Christian has run the on 247 of its 279 plays for a total of 1,337 yards and an average of 334.9 yards per game. A natural result of West Virginia's offensive record is that the Mountaineers lead in scoring. They've gone at a rate of 42 points a game as compare'd to Army's 39.3, Duke's 33.7, Harvard's 33.5 and Denver's 33.0. Maryland • Iriterschblastic Soccer League,when they shut out Beall, 5-0, yesterday at Lonaconing. The win enabled the Black Knights to extend their winning streak of more than .two years duration to 17 games. It was also the 19th win in 20 starts since the new Valley school opened and the fourth in as many outings this season. In the opening period Ducky Duckworth scored the first -goal on a pass from Robert Cokie Robertson. "Butch" Young, as sisted by Sam Brooks; booted a goal from the 40-foot mark early in the second period arid Mongold took Robertson's pass for the goal that gave the'Lonaconing team a 3-0 lead at hajftime. Mongold passed , to Duckworth for the fourth point in" the third period and Hpbel tallied on a pass from. Robertson iri the final period. Approximately 800 ' spectators witnessed the shutout. Bernard Carter, Beall's substitute goalie, made three nice saves at the uprights. 0 > •,,.. •Sparked by Roger Fazenbaker. who connected for three, penalty goals, Bhice r High Bulldogs took over the runherup .-spot in . the league by turning ba'ck'-'the Flintstone .Aggies- at Westerriport by the score of 5 : 1.. • .. . . -.,, . .With'Clyde Beard getting credit for assists, Gene '-Dawsori . arid Arthur, Welsh booted field goals for Bruce. Kenny Lough kicked a penalty goal for the Aggies in the third period. ••'"/,-' Dawson opened the Bruce .scoring with a goal from 25 feet out in the initial period. Fazenbaker registered his first penalty in the second period and booted two in a row iri the third' quarter, after Welsh had tallied from the field. AT LONACONING . Pol. .Valley -(5) .Beall (0) Goat Moffatt Bceman RB. Stcele ..:.. .Harbcl LB ' Laudcr :. L. Llewellyn RHB Metis Thompson CHB .Johnson .'. Robeson I.HB Brooks 1 DR • Robertson Broad' IR Young- , Swecne CF Duckworth ...: D. Flelfjc For the Best Selection of USED CARS TRUCKS at Lowest Prices SM Your Fritndly foti DM!«I for o»tr • Qinrtar Ctnhinr St. G«org« Motor Company Coffttr S. Ctiitn and S«lMi Valley Posts Fourth Win, Blanks Beall Wall (OCCEE HAGUE rrllaj Gaaae. Ml. Savaft it FUntstor* Bruce at Beall The Valley High Black Knights took another step toward the 1955 according to Coach Jim Tatum of undefeated Maryland . Things might be entirely differ i ent today if Maryland hadn t beat en UCLA 7-0 two weeks ago, he said 'And the way UCLA started, if we had the same personnel on the field and they suffered just a smal championship of ^ the Western s h a tt enng O f confidence we might have gotten routed. UCLA holed up Marylanc through the first half and got to ;he 1 yard line only to fumble Maryland came back to score in the third quarter and dominate the whole.second half. Alter the first olive is pulled out of the bag, it makes a lot of difference is the way Tatum ex pressed it. He said the same'thing might lave happened to North Carolina Maryland's day Monfold L Faienbaker Score by periods: VALLEY BEALL '' Folk Fram . 000 0—0 ........ ........... Field Koali acored by Jack Duckwortb I,' Youm , : Mtmf old, Hob»l/ ; - " -' • .'. Substitutes: Valley— Foote, G. Llewellyn, Clark,'McCormlfk, Amoruso, Ilobel, Kiddy, Relber, Hyde. Beall — Carter, rVinebrenner,i Coburn, Zumpano, Peten- }Hnk, Hawklhs, Stoops, Johnson, Broadwater, Mctt, Hencghan, Kyle, R. Flelgle, Lee, Knlppenburg, Gardner, GrUfltb. OfficUls— Van Roby and Lewis. AT WESTEHNPOUT Bruce 15) • Fllntstone Guy L, Ala Faienbafcer Dolly Ritigins Stowcll ;.... Fortncy .... Dawson .' Wilkinson ... . B. Bennett . A. Welsh ..: •ard Carder ....... Score by quarters: BRUCE FL1NTSTONE Field goals scored Welsh (Brucei. Lough Mann Tiler Hulfman M. Humbertson Shlpway Bogg! A. Bennett Alllion by Dawso.1, A. (Bruce): Lough (Flintsione). Substitutes: Bruce—Sultier, Metz, Flanagan, Morris. Flintstone—Smith, Hum- bcrtson, Whorton. Officials—H. Stafford and Arnone. USE OUP Gola Fractures Right Hand, Lost For Month HOULTON, Me. -(INS)- Tom Gola, collegiate "Player of the Year" in the 1954-55 season, today was lost to the Philadelphia Warriors professional basketball season for a month. . . He suffered a fractured right hand last night as the Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics, 140 to 139 in an overtime game. He was released after treatment at Madi- Hospital, where his hand was iul in a cast. Doctors said it would be at least a month before he Cor. N. Centre & Bedford Six ball could .play basketball again. WinningGameDependsMuchWestVirgiid* Injured Starp ft Back In Lineup On First Break, Tatum Says COLLEGE PARK, Md (IP)— Winning football games these days depends a lot on which team gets the first break and there's nothing like a victory to breed more, fifth opponent Satur They lost only 13-7 to Oklahoma iri their opening game and had :hey won it would have made-a big. difference in North Carolina's next' games," he believes: '••/; North Carolina. nosed oiit North Carolina/State 25-is in' its: secern game, but was beaten 28-7 Georgia last week. i / • . ; .. .A team is mighty, lucky to win ail its games in these times be •aiise there "are so' man;.'. better :eams than years ago. The coaches are better and so is the fpotbal played.in.high schools," . He recalled that years, ago you could name the best teams in the country, as. a couple -like Notre 3ame and 'Minnesota. .''Tfel today ie minute .a team loses; one game it is. dead''as an attraction:" As examples/ ; .he' .cited " las week's games of Maryland an< Navy.-...;'.. '• '.'..''.- •. -"-.Wake Forest was beaten 46-0 by iVest Virginia the week before am the crowd at the.Maryland game was J6,600. "If' Wake Forest had )eaten -West -Virginia, say 7-0, to stay undefeated we would have lad 10,000 more people," Tatum declared. In Baltimore at the same time, undefeated Navy, drew only about :5,000 against Pitt which had lost ts ffrst game the week before to Oklahoma. Washington College Booterg Top Loyola BALTIMORE W — 'coals by Rex Lenderman and Roger.Smool gave Washinglon College a 2-1 soccer victory over Loyola of Baltimore in' a Mason-rJixon: College Confer ence.'game.yesterday. ; . .- .. .. Smool'scored oh a. penally kici early in the first period and Lenderman look a pass from Smool 20 ect from the goal and booted it n midway during the third quar- Yankees Open Tour With 12-1 Victory HONOLULU 1/B — The New York Yankees opened their Pacific good will tour with an easy 12-1 viclory over Ihe Hawaii Red Sox last night Irv Noren slammed Iwo home runs in Ihe 20-hil allack on Iwo Ha- waiian.pitchers. A big third inning n which Yogi Berra, Bob Cerv and Noren hit home runs got the Yankees off to a flying start. COUNTY SHUFFLEBOARD Goodfellowship 2. Fort Ashby VFW 1 "Cow" Hunter, Goodlellowshlp 3 pointoi "Ace" Miller. Fort Ashby 19 LAYAWAY PLAN The TOY SHOP rYirii rlmtftr-«yp< leek wMtk niileeMilifsiHif lodtt M drew* 1 m. H.. 1370n_.__ 157.4J COLI'S NIW CONCIAUD tiWiT VAULT — for personal paptri and other valuables (only YOXl know th* dial combination). Two ball bMiring htttr fil«. A double index drawer for 3»5 Of 4x6 cards (3200 capacity), or far canctlhd chicles. Two ad|vitabla itorag* compartments under lack and key. 32" hujh, 30«" wide, 17" deep. Grttn or Col* gray. N.. IWO 27 N. CwtN StrMt Dtal PA Mill accused me of," he said. "Just be? cause I happen to be : friendly with team, they accuse me of divulging plays." There was no comment from the counter. Winnipeg club owners or players on the matter. . . '. . Replacements Sought The Ottawa players were fined $100 for each of'. the last two games. • The . club announcement said the fines were imposed "for - ,-_ , ,..._. failure to exhibit the caliber O f game, at Pennsylvania Football of which the players arc capable," The 'announcement added "immediate steps are being taken to secure replacements in an endeavor to strengthen the team." The Big Four club did not iden : tify the .players or reveal hoiv many American, imports were involved. The Rough Riders were whipped 35-7 and 43-6 in two weekend games with Montreal: The team record is 2-6 this season; ..-••.• : Last week, backfield coach John idzik, a former Maryland player, was released on the grounds he did hot get along with the head coach. Earlier this season, Toronto, another Big Four club, fined its imports $100 and its' Canadian players $50 for poor play. -.-••' ly Th< Aiucnteil Pi<» Halfback Joe Marconi and guards. Gene Lathey will be back m.actioW for West Virginia Saturday .when the 10th rated Mountaineers face William & Mary at MorgantovVn, Va „ „ Marconi and Lathey missed last peek's 47-12 Southern Conference football victory' over 'Virginia Mill- tarj Both nursed leg injuries 'fi Indians Injured , While the Mountaineers boasted they'd'be' in fine physical-condition WiM Coach Jack Frteman was disturbed over injuries to the Indians The latest casualty is freshman'end Don Plumiher,: frho has a bad ankle )S '. Richmond came up with a new right halfback as the Spiders gima Tech Freshman Buddy Da. vis likely will fill the position replacing the injured George Riggs Virginia Tech Coach Frank Moscley had sophomore end <Bi|ly Tilling punting, for.-the firsjitijiie this season at yesterday's; prac- tice.S.... ;•.,• / •' ,-'•-. : : ."..'• ''?K!W ; . ••'•'•'•''• ;'• Changes' planner;?.^;'-'^ '•. /Coach Bill- Dole..of : '-.Da"yidsoh'-! warned his squad .there", rngyvjte lineup.'. changes, before .^Saturday's tilt with .Washington i Lee"-after saying he...was .unhappy .with ^lis. performariccs'. in .last week's/ i6-7 loss to Presbyterian. ' .:. -.-ftW-''• . A long scrimmage .occupied The Citadel's Bulldogs, who tangle w^th Furman at Charleston, S C t ' Trouble Rocks Canadian Pro Football Loop CALGARY »i — Trouble rocked Canadian pro football todaj—the Calgary Stampeders are sure the> lost a game because a player tip ped off the opposition and the Ot tawa Rough Riders are shaking up their roster afttr fining 20 play ers $200 each for sub par per forrhancesi 4t , tk ., The Stampeders who yesterday d ' r 'j'f ed '^Saturday s battle at Vir- fired guard Dean Bandiera after _ .. _ accusing him .of revealing' their plays to the Winnipeg Blue Bomb ers, were reported considering a request to Western Iriterprovincial Football •; Union (WIFU).'. officials for a replay of last Saturday's game. The: Bombers won if 13-12. Pleads Innocent if the request is made and-ap- r roved the action would.be unprecedented in Canadian football.. It seemed unlikely such a request would be honored, however. League President JackRowand already - has. commented he .didn't "think it really mattered much because; Winnipeg probably already knew the Calgary plays anyway." Bandiera denied - the - charge. -,...., . ,•> •I'm innocent of everything they day night m the fourth conference game of the w ; cck. . Firman .also 'scrimmaged,', con- certain player on the Winnipeg centrating mostly on.offense.So}*- omore quarterback Ken Hcrr^m probably will miss The Citadel en- Virginia Military, getting >rc*iy for Saturday's non-league game'at Virginia, drilled on olfense ai]d defense, punt coverage and extra point kicking under pressure George Washington stepped .up its preparation for Saturday's NO HUNTING .or TRESPASSING On Arch Russell Farm near, Bnrton. Adv. Oct. N-T 1J,13,H. E-X-P-E-R-T LUBRICATION Or«r JO VCOM fiptriMCfl, • 'With-Alt Makti 01 Cou SATISFACTION GUAIANTHO HOLLAND'S; ESSO SERVICE liDFOUD AND MICHANIC ITJ. - | Dial »A 2-1110 Save up to -.fl on fire insurance! 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