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, fci>iV.NG<'Ti),i«iB, Ml)!' WUl>Nl&DAY r OCTOBER 12, 1933 M SEVENTEEN .','> Maryland;,!. ; ratid colkte "footb»U team In the coun The.Colkge Park campus 1 Is ,5§warminf.with football talent,'- fully aware of Marylands tough > i A toph has to be good to win line, intend, to flU the *ir with a starting role on Coach Jim Ta .turn i star spangled team Young . lack Healy has managed that From his halfback position he car ned the ball 10 times last Saturday while the Terrapins were whip- 61 yards to bring his season ^'average to 5 8 yards a try ,,, Imtet By Tatem That's why Healy wins the nod ax Associated Press Atlantic Coast Conference Sophomore of the >Week edging out Virginias Jim Bakhtiar iTatum values Him highly 'He jjsn t tremendously fast but is al ways m the right place to get the c> job done He can block and catch CHAPEL 'HILll N. C. ^^MuryUttd'/Coiih 1 Jim Tatum on expect pauetU-tUui more, puaes—when his Terrapins meet' twice-beaten North Carolina here Bat- DunkePsTop b i j ? * i? <<* Qnb Favored urday. Tar Heel Coach George Barclay passes in hope of an upset in an effort to win " Barclay sai< LttU* Pauiisf 8k*wa So Car this season, however tJv ping Wake Forest 28-7 Healy piled Tar Heels have shown very little with their passing attack They mide little use of aerials in the 13-6 loss to Oklahoma in the open er and in their 13-18 victory over North Carolina State In the 20-7 loss to Georgia Satu day, North Carolina completed on five of 20 passes for a total of 109 yards The Tar Heel coach says h team has a better offense than UK score against Georgia indicates H added, "We played rather poorly % tell him once what to do and then 4 forget it I compare him to John ny Lattner of Notre Dame said Tatum Has Best RuUif Mark Healy has the best rushing aver * games He has caught four passes '' intercepted two, and has returned the most kickoffs, four for <9 back with glowing reports of Mary yards - . Healy, 19-year-old 185-pounder starting role at Maryland 'three letter halfbacks In outfumble them Reed HtMs Hepes used to run through the hampers The invaders who use the winged T formation apparently Barclay will bank his hopes on have an aerial attack added this the passing of David Reed 160- pound sophomore of Shamokm Pa, who completed five of is pass ?age, 66 on the squad for foures against Georgia for all of the beaten season are not being dis- Tar Heels' passing yardage North Carolina scouts have cop* land s offensive and defensive pow er Center Bob Pellegrini is one o over will face this season In Fran high Tamburello the Terps have one o school he had won awards both the nation s best quarterbacks for excellence as an athlete and "•— "— —• •••— fin his studies Talum calls Healy a "real bread and butter football player who runs 6 and Wake Forest 28-7 ..hard blocks well, does a fine job on defense, and never quits ' ' He i been improving every ''game, especially on our 1 option play,' Tatum added, "and before he i through bell rank right up there with the best weve ever had" Florence Sets Channel Record Chadwtck, the San Diego Calif, "long distance swimming star set a record of 13 hours, 55 minutes in her England to-France swim across the English Channel which ended early today Mrs K V Lowe an official ob-: Jserver who-timed the swim,: said this lopped U minutes off the prc- After squeaking past Missouri 1312, ui the opener, Maryland has bowled over UCLA, 7-0 Baylor, 20- The Tar Heels haven't beaten up battle experience againsi a bet- Maryland since 1948 The Terps ter than average line and speedy lost that year, 49-SO, tied the Tar - • Heels, 0-0 in 1950 and won in 1951 1953, and 1954 by scores of 14-7 26X1 and 33-0 Top Touch Teams Iii Games Tonighl The teams running first an- second in 'the Men's Rec: Toucl CALAIS, France (H - Florence Football League are slated to Tiom east bound mark set earlier place tie with Capital by rallying 'this year by England's Bill Pick <enng * The 35-year-old Miss Chadwlck, f»ho had swum the channel both fc ways in previous seasons had ijhoped to make a nonstop round ..... - ....... , _______ (trip this time but gave up because pair of touchdowns the first on a I of the cold Water. Footballer Hurt Thirteen year-old Kenneth Van of 510 Frederick Street a patient In Memorial Hos with a fractured left arm The' youngster .was hurt playing ^football .with Allegany High's tiEighth Grade team in a game at Homncy, swing into action tonight under the lights of Penn Avenue Field The pacing Clowns (41) tangle with the Hurricanes (3-3) in the nightcap of the twin bill, while runnerup Capital Bowling Alleys 4 2) meets Bill s Amoco (2 3) The irst game starts al 6:30. Park Punks moved into a second for four touchdowns Jn the las half after trailing ;i2-2 at Ihtermis sion '• to • . hand Post Playground , a 26-12 setback yesterday. TeeU put Posts ahead in the second period Vwhen he scored a MOTORISTS' IIND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street Just ReceiVed/ Complete Selection HUNTING • SUPPLIES LOWEST PRICES! 14-yard pass from Stickley and the second on an Intercepted pass tha netted a gam of 39 yards The Punks scored a safety before the half ended. Ronnie Cage passed 36 and 38 ,'ards, to Long for two of the ?unks' TDs. Bob Lookabaugh and 3ob Price also scored after snaring aerials tossed by Cage. In the,opening game, the Hurricanes moved into the .300 class by scoring their third. win of the season over the V.F.W. The score was 18-6. Pettigrcw passed 16 yards to Denmark for the Canes' first score, a pass Denmark to Miles Harper was good for 32 yards and another six-pointer 'and Harper heaved ah aerial to Denmark who latcralcd to Taylor for the final ..touchdown. Bob Pence s 19^yard Jieave to Bender accounted'for the,V.F.W.'s score. HURRICANES ......... 1C I VFW e i a e~s Touchdowns scored by Denmark, Harper, Taylor (Hurricanes)]. Binder (VFW). POST PLAYGROUND „• H f »-;T> ••PARK PUKKI ......... t ;.-.»; II .U-J6 Tntclidossu scored br TMti 1 (Port pnond) - - ~ ' Plsyimoixll Lnni I, Prlt*. tBebbaafli (Park Puaks) rt Punks. Coast Guard Pacing VFW Shuffle League Seabees hold a one game lead in the VFW Mixed Shuffleboard League at the end of the first round with Marines second and three clubs knotted for third place with the; Air Force last The Seabees will meet runnerup Marines Thursday evening while this evening Air Force shoots against Army. Coast Guard tangles -with Navy on Friday Standings W L WL Seabees 9 I Navr . 7 I Marines :.:./; S 7 Coast Guard 1. 7 : 'l I Army _ 7 I Air Forge « 1 Two Tussles (Continued from Page 1«> Suitland, 127 'Key* Oyeas Lock the Blazers 91 yards for the win nmg counter with only two minutes remaining H was Zavona who was Blair's success this season Apparently he has been a 'pleasant surprise*" Sixty of the 91 yards in :he march were on aerials from Za\ona the first covering 42 yards to halfback Ed Clements and the other an 18-yarder to end Irving founce Last year it was the cross buck and quick-opening plays which day evening, the Bluen used a in the mud to whip mg rapidly in opposite directions By 54 Points y v n f ! By WOS WHEEL ' DAYTONA BEACH. ha'- (Speclal)-Usually one of the na Uon's better balanced college (M hall, circuits,'the Big Ten, finds itself in an odd position this yeai Some of its members we he* Take, for example, Michigan an< Northwestern, who meet next Sal Quarterback, Joe Zavona directed urday at Ann Arbor Michigan has driven speedily to the top of the national rankings with a Power Index of 121 ( In the meantime termed the key to Montgomery-Northwestern has dismally drop- fall But Allegany is eager to keep its string intact and chances of an un- missed by its followers The Blue and White, despite a butter finger ed performance against Keyser, showed grit and determination with time running out in last Friday s game and the scoreboan reading out a 14-12 Keyser edge The 90-yard' march which was culminated in the winning touch- ped its three opening games am rates 744 That's a rating differ ence of 54 points—and it's been a ong time since any two Western Conference members have been that far apart While Michigan is relaxing against the Wildcats other nation al leaders may have their hands full down by halfback Eddie Cecil with entirely upon the season's records ess than 30 seconds to go proved to date that the Campers refuse to give ——^—^^^— j ip In meeting Keyser they picked _ T . _, , _ North End Bows In Extra Period backfield and took on one of the district's outstanding teams, previously being undefeated for three games And Nnf.-LaSalle Centre Street'edged North End 19-18 in an extra period and the Hill Street Ringers downed Penn Thus LaSalle will pick up the Avenue Eagles 24-20 yesterday in tough Keyser Tornado this Friday the B' Division of the High n its first start since the loss to School Touch Football League I L -ITrarwi* rtf ..Ufa'rrt^nf/turn n««,*Jw '':'D~at»' (4n»&.4'' c«_ U.11 oi_ t. Francis of Mo'rgantown nearly wo weeks ago The Explorers suf ered heavily from graduation this three of the passes for 36 38 anc pring and haven t been able to 45 yards while Gilpin tallied on a et a combination clicking for four Pa ) to 'allopmg a 13 13 standstill Petersburg 2313 and al lough, probably both teams would ing an intercepted pass 18 yards. ie hardly more than or Keyser. a warm-up Fort Hill spotted plenty of weak- 'rancis ith an intercepted pass which rough! a score used an aerial at ack of theft- own for a tally arid No 2 Notre Dame (113 5) goes to Lansing Saturday to face tougl Michigan State (1036) The rating difference is 10 in favor of the Irish. No 3 Texas Christian (113 5) will be back in Fort Worth to try for its fifth straight win of the season against rugged Texas A fc V. (1040) The (record favors the Frogs by nine Fourth place Maryland has tabbed itself 31 points stronger than North Carolina, and No S UCLA stands 21 higher than Stanford The Power Index shows average difference in score ^relative to strength of opposition and is basec Bates' passed' for Hill Streets four touchdowns Powell catching two-yard run For Penn Avenue ames LaSalle has dropped its last Jimmy Stinson scored from the wo starts after holding Bedford one passed 25 yards to Ellis Whitey' Slonaker and the latter scored the second time by return All TDs in the Centre Street North End .game .were the result of passes;: Shook, of ; Centre Street, ess in the LaSalle line while 'SL passed 29 yards, to ShanhiSi, six , wrecked the Explorers to Detnck and 20 tp George Meyers who galloped the final 21 yards PluVBarbe, of North Erid hit Ed Barley with 19 and,6-yard aerials yarder: 'ILL STREFT 6 « f. 6—14 ENN AVE EAGLES e t o' B—M Safely—Penn Avenue. Touehdosms .— T .Fo»eH' ].: Gllpia (Hlli StreeDj- :Sk«aalier;.r fi.Stlnsoai, (Pen cited the- opportunity for another and Jim McGann snared an eight 'D after a bad LaSahVptint, Coach Geatz will have to mak< hanges and indicated as such yes erday with Tommy Smith taking ver as fullback in place of Char es Passarell The LaSalle mentor tay also plan several others fh ah [fort to get back winning ways. A ictory over Keyser could be just he tonic, if GeaU can'find the ght medicine. lore Hian 24 Drivers n Hub Sports Races HAGERSTOWN-More than two ozen trip drivers have signed up run in the President's Cup race ext Sunday during the Fairchlld ational Sports Car races here, nd local race officials said last ght that, dozens of .entries still re to be received from the Con ecticut headquarters of the Sports ar Club of America. William B. Lloyd, of Green's arms. Conn., who was one car way from winning the big Presi ent's Cup race last year ih Washington, said yesterday that he will it his Maseratl car against de- nding titlholder Bil Spear's Mase- atl on the 2.4-niUa Hagerstown Irport course. Used Goodrich Silrertowii TUBELESS TIRES 7.60 x 15 Sue You can't CENTRE STREET 1-19 -11 ToncMowns— Sbanholti, Myers, Dctrlck (Centre: Stmt); Bsrlty 2, McGinn Fightt La»t Night If'TNt Auaciatfd Prtii FRESNO, Calif.—Dsvey Gsllsrdo, ISO Los Annies, outpointed Billy Evans, 127 Pasadena, 10. HOLYOKE, Mass. — Jack Labus; 157 Brooklyn, outpointed Eddie Prince, 151 Pouatkeepsle. N. V. 10 4COUN{FOOTUUK)WaMNK MJMwhHbfM 19 twite HinM •'I'll'. 4M Htm, «femt n»i»y MMl atsNeMiai. ef Week Endini October 16, 19SS ". AMONG TOP ISO fife •» \tt TODAT, OCTOBTK 14 Onnr — 'Oil 1) VUk .... - HI Ic Calif "ins (0 Wisconsin 10! • Vanoerbilt-_>ars (11).Chatrn'si '7T.i SATURDAY. OCTOBM 19 Alabama _ a 1 (t) Tennessee n 0 Ailioni _ •OKI) Te«West n III Army _. MMl (ill lyraeusi _ t!.3 Boston col •»«<»> Detroit is o Brown "^.TTl.lX 1) Rutters ^ 70.5 Cincinnati •« I ( 0) Kerquerte « 4 Colorado — fll I 1) Kansas St •»< Col.Paclflc -I) 5 I 11 Oregon St. . H.I Dartmouth *I7I ( t) Lafayette _ «( Delaware ViXll NKapshlre »0.2 Duke - 101.3 ( 7) Ohio State 'iSO E. Ky. State «u (111 Omaha _ -57.7 G. .Wuh'n i: «.o (16) Penn _-^ .'«.4 Georlla _ *U (17) Fla SUM -J3J Ga Tech '1B.J ( II Auburn -Ml •.Gettysb'J.: -75J C4I Lehlfh i_'71.4 Harvard 71J ( 7) Columblt _ '140 Houilm n.."ll.4'(») OkliA»M _ K.I W«ho •!! 9 I J) WtshSUK fl 7 llllnoli — -«5 4 ( 7) HlnnooK . 7SI . Illdlnu — -; K.2 (13) VII1.7KJV. ._• 15.0 Iow» u _^_i "17.4 (10) Purdue .:_J_' 17.5' Kffitucky . *H 1 ( 21 Mix SUta H 8 L.S U «3 7 ( I) rioridl •« J Mirylnd I0«l 111) N Orolfau -Til Muml O _M4 (17) Mir.h.1] -Ml MldiUan *1H I (HI N-wotem 74 4 Ifluuilppl HI ( II Tulu» *t77 MlBSouth n 771 ( 4) SELouu nl ">t3 Miuourl—HI (111 Iowa ,«UH -71.2 Notr«Dlltl« 1D.5 (10) Mich,- !l. MK.J. Ohio U •»>(!) Kent SUU H7 Oklihoml ,'107.4 (33) Knuii -:_:-„ It.t Ortcon >i^'."SSJ ( 7)'CiHft»nta ^- 7«.l P»nnStit« 'I(».4 (,i| Navy. ;.ii_ n.l Pimtnircli ••! 9 (13) Nibruki _ 713 Princeton *M 4 ( 4) Colcite W 3 Rlc« ,.— 10MITISUU '»44 SuJOMSt - «J («) N Mexico 'fli Tenn Teen 771 (13) UemphisSt B M 0 Texu Hi ( 1) Arkinili -B 0 T.C.Ui'iL" 'I13.S ( I) Te»;. AMI 104.0 U.C.LA; .i'tvn.t 101 sumfotd ^'ftu virfini. iii'74.4 (in ViLi: _I^';M.O Vi:-Tech _c*93.1 (30) ftlehmond i: C2.I WkeTdriit T7I.6 1.41 N.C-SHH -. : .ni< WMh'ton-,; riw.B (11) B«yior -J^.' ».0 W VIrglnll *97J (93) Wm.tMur 74J Wyoming >»« ( 31 lulu 77J X.vler. O; •_ U3 (14) Diyton _i.««.4 Yfti*' ^-- •••T«.» (lit Cornell\^_;' 71.1 SOMIJAV OCTOBER II Qutnlico :„ M.1JU) Baly:Cfoit 'MS OTHER EASTERN TRTOAY OCTOBER 14 Buffalo.-_U- H.O.C I MeMnttrv *.'. i Cortlud _ 4M US) Ithica *»3 Scrinton _ S7.« (14) UpuU -43 1 SAIUKDAT. OCTOBOI 19 AMrrf mi (11) AJbiUht . -44J Anhcnt — SUIDContGd *47I Bloomifl i. 44J 111) WUkei ^ •«J Bofton U.. -B.4 (10) Dr»k« ^^-1 S5.1. Butlmelli^_ -57.1 (13) Temple _^ ;43.7 Camefle T UJ Oil Dleklnion -MS Drexel — •»« (15) F t M _ »0 Edlnboro _ 194 1121 Brockpt _ -7« Himllton . 431 la) Sw Ihm r« -104 Huben , . *397 C2| Kenyon .— U< Indlin. P« M38 ( 7) Sllp.Rock _ 347 Junlita *49 0 (IS) I.ycomlnf _ 33 0 KlnnPt "117 ( 1) WKner 110 LockHiven •41.7.1.1) WChcsterSt. 41.2 Mtlne;.....^ «70.1 ( 6) Connecticut 13.1 Hinilield -J81 ( 1) EStroudjbJ »7 Mlddlebury '31 1 ( 0) Batei 30 4 Ulllenv'le. •24.4M1I) Cheyney -11 '5. Muhlenbf *524 ( a) Leb Valley 445 Nat Ajri -103 ( J! Suiqueh na 1 0 N Britain . 43.3 I3il Montdilr Ml 7 NHavenSt •«J (3D a-ldieport 14 4 Meaitero _'5«a (»] Hofltra '3!« Norwich _ -321 132) B ooklyn — 1 0 PMC HI 119) Moravian _ '45 0 R. Iiland -i; «s.o (13) Ma».-U,^.'M.7 Shlp'nib'f.- 41.1 (2).Calif. St.:. *39.4 Springfield , 51.1 (13) A.I.C, .' --•.',« T Thlel— •« I I I) Geneva 4SI Trerit6h St. 27.4 (13] Kutztown :7i*14.l Trlhltyj.c, «1.1.(19I St. Lawr'ca :4I.7 Turti " -540 (17) Colby _'MI • Union .ill^."44.1 120) B.PJ..-^j.. '2».« Unlnu»:^_-.'32.2'( 1) Haverford '. 31.6 .Vermont i/*45J.(17)'Rochester -11 29.8 Wiyndb'i: -«J ill) Clarion St. 129.7 iWeitm'ster --,5a.5'(32l'Grove' City "24.5 Williams ''41.2 ( 5) Bowdolri — 338 Worcjoly v'32.4 ( II Weileyan -^'51.5 SUNDAY OCTOBER U ItVlncent '34 2 ( 2) Kmf s Pa 331 OTHER MIDWESTERN THURSDAY. OCTOBERVlS •PariibriB L^-31.7 (10) la.'Wcsl'h •- "22.0 Younjsto'n -71.5'(M) Mor: Harvey 41.1 nUDAY. OCTOBER 14 Bethel *195 (17) Beth^iy K. 24 Central;.;la.. 29.4 120) Dana ; ^_: *9.0 Cen. Okla. "55.9 ( 0).SW; Okla.-i 55.6 CoHmporia;40.l (19) McPheriOTC.-ll.t SATURDAY.- OCTOBER-15 Akron -555 (10) Mt Union 457 -AiMahd ^ 30.8 (.1) Ind.Central "23J Ball St..l^ .'SSI (;4}-Indlana St i 31.1 Blufltori 1_''2«,0 (201 O.,Northern ,«.0 Bowl.- Gr'h.-.78.1 (40) BlWallace:;'3B.6 Bradleyll-_".46.1-(17J N. riinols - "».0 BuehaVUta *34.4 I 3) Wartburc -1-31.0 Carleton -__; 47,I'(.D Cb« L.,-1 "45.«: CentMlch.': -83.1. ( 81 -W. Illinoit 1 SIX Ccordla,H 51J ( 9) Aujiburg -424 Denlson „ «47J ( 0) Woosler 4fi5 Duluth'-Br/ 37.0 (4) Hamlihe-l..'3:.7 ;Earlham llf-21.0 (2) Anderwh '_':18.8 Heldelberf --53.S (21) Capital _^^-38.5 HillsdaJt _ *582 (161 Alma 420 Hiiam'-lll, '33.4 (27) Marietta; : _^_ 7.9 HI Weil n -37 4 (19) No Central 18 6 la Tcbr« '53 7 ( 21 N Dakota SI J J. Carroll'-^ 53i 1211 Wayne U; >32.6- Kalamaioo -38.7 (24) Defiance 1_ 14.7: Kan. Weil'n 30j>.( 8) Ottawa ^_ .-21.7 Knor ^1 27J (lI)'Monmouth '18.8 Louiiville - 71.8 (23) Ivansvlll.-; •«!.« .Luther _:_ '41.4 (20) Upper-Iowa 28.7- Manchester "19.3 ( 2) Hanover _^ 17.5 Mankato '— •40.8 1 (14) Moorhead i J6.B Mich.Norm "Its 114).HI: Normal 1 42.9 . MUlikin — 45J (22) Auglu'ria-'- «23J MuiHlnj'rri -61.8 (46) W t J • ' -• 16.2 NE Okla •427I11IEC Okla .304 NW. oma. •«.! ( 01 SE. '.Okla. i 33.1 Oberlln '112(7) Allegheny 141 O Woteyan 51 1 It) Wabaih '<! 5 PittaVl St. •«.! I 0) Ft. Hayi St. 49.» St Joaeph *S41 115) Butler 390 St Olaf _ '80 7 (10) Cornell la 419 .Slrhpioh -^ ».3 (II) Dubuaue-ii'22.2' S.'Dakota „ 41.7 113) N.D. State '269 S. Illinois'- "52.0 (15) E. Illinois'- 37.4 SVtst'n K 44 0 ( «) Emporla . *38 0 Taylor -_ 21 9 ( 71 Franklin -152 Toledo -587 (101 W Michigan 463 Valparaiso *47 5 I 8 DePauw 39 8 rWashburn 57 I 114) StBenedlcl -3J7 W Reserve *44 8 I 41 Wash n Mo 41 0 Wllm gton '24 1 (22) Georgetown q Wich ta M 8 ( 61 S D Stale -60 9 •Wittenberg "38.1 (II) Otterbein _- 18.5 OTHER SOUTHERN FRIDAY, -OCTOBER 14 Millsaps — » 4 ( 6) Hotkard _ -21 2. Ozarks „ 36 8 (18) Ouschita '186 WVa.Wesl'ri 14.9 ( 31 Sslem 1. -11.1 SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15 Abtl. Chris. ^.S-flO) McMurry i_^ 58.1 Ark Tech 39 4 (20) Conway St *20 8 Catawba -1 '43.0 ( 2) Appalach'n .43. Centre __ -!4 8 (331 S west n T 21 8 Citadel — *507 (16) Furman —438 Concord i^ 34.5 (10) Fairmont--''24.9 David on . -52 6 (15) W t L _ 37 8 Delta St — 40.9 (.7) Ark. : AtM '33.6 E.Tenh.St. "4S.7 (10) CarNewm'n 35.4- E.Tex.St . "56.3 (101 1-amar T ^_'4S,8' Era'y Henry' 49.7 (12) MaryvilleV 37.3 Florence -.-'54.0 (37) Ltv'jwtori _ 17.3 Glehvllle „ 17.1 (13) DavElklns ---3.7 H'niS'driey •47.«-(20)-J. Hopkins I 1 27. HrdhSims '682 ( 01 N Texa St 680 Henderson ' "30.4 ( 5) .Southeast - 25.9 Jax State '^ .70.9 (38) Troy St. -L"34.4 : LenRhyne «51J (-7i.GulIfnrd ; 44.9 La Tech _ 75 2 (181 HowPayne -56 9 McNeese ^—35.7 (16) La. Coll. '392 Mid. Teiin.- S4.3 (30) Morehead '34.7 .Miss. .Coll. 21.4 (13) Sewanee' : .-16.1: Murray St. ^ 56.5 (7) Ark State '•«.4 Newberry.-- 54.0 U3).Hoh _ •-. T4I.O. Presbyt n -58 3 ( 7i Wofford _ 51J RandMac'h ?37J:(I4) Br'gewater ; 23.3 SHoustonSt 5U ( 8) Tex All *45 1 Shepherd , "42.0 ( 6) Potomac St, 35.5 SW. La: In: 4 59.8 (35) CorChristl - 243 SW.Tex. St.<55.9 («).Sul Rms ; '32.1 S.F; Austin • 52.8 (31) TexLuth'ri •21.7 : .Tampa :.__- 66.9 (24) Stetson U,l-r43.5 W Carolina -511 ( 7) E Carolina 44 6 :WJCy.State. 52J C-7) NELoufe'na -45.0.' VT.Va.Tech '42.9 (15) Flndlay,;'.. 28.1. OTHER FAR WESTERN FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14 ColoMines _ 38.1 (13) Cblo.Coll. • •14.1 . SATURDAY,- OCTOBER IB . Fresno St -591 (28) Nevada 3! 7 Humboldt -33.6 ( H So. Oregon _ 25.0 Idaho St.^.-51.9 ( 8) Colo.West'n 43.1 Mldwest'n - 52.3 (11) E.NJdexlco ^41.2 MontaiiaSt >4f.8:(U) Colo. State .20.8 Panhandle ^ SO.I'jll}.Adams St _ '38.6 Tenipe St; ^-77.5 (44) S.Dieio st..*3U' Utah State (B 6 (IB) Montana -51 6 ; W.Texas St 75.1 (36) NJ*.' A»M >J» 7' .Willamette _ 48.1 (II) ColJdaho _ -30.7 STANDING OF LEADERS NATIONAL: 1 Michigan : : -.JM.6 1 Notre Dain«-J13J. r ITf II lilt 4 Maryland "tftti SUCiA 107 J I OWmhoma -__!J7.4 7-'Arrriy ; - '• ----inaa- < Wasninftmi •_ I05.I I Ga. Tech.-^ 103 3 U Texas A»M _1M.9 • Ha** Ts» IAJT I Army .1 Penn Stale 3 Navy _ 4 PltUbiirsh . 5 Syrsetise _ « Boston Coll. •T-HolyVCrosa I Princeton • Coleste -_ 10 Vale .__ MIDWEST 1 Michigan"... 128.5 2'Notre flame _1I3.5 3 Oklalio'ma _i_I07.«' 4 Mich. Slate._103.e •'» Wisconsin. 1Q3.» «lowa.^l.C^ '97.4 ;T.Ohlo'State-^_ 93.0' I Colorado •.:.," ' : 11-3 10 Kansas St . SOUTH 1 T.C.U. .- . '.'-113.5 3 Maryland' • ' ' inj» r Ga. Tech. :_jj 105.2 4 Texas AtU _1M.O 5 nuit.. • ir»* SEice _ ^_101.S 7.MlamlrFIa. J-lfll.Q S" Auburn ___ fl9.a » Kentuckj » 1 10 W. Vlrrinla __ 17.1 FA* WEIT. 2 Washington --1105.6 3: So. CaUI. __103 4. San Jose St. _ 88 5 Stanford : - 8S.2 6 Col. Pacific . 85.5 7'Oregon St — M.8 8 nmvfr- 83.4 8 Orecon 83 10 Utah 821 Copyright 1955 by' Dunkel Sports' Research Service) Tops Loop In Earned Runs NEW YORK (ft-The 1956 bate- lall season was not a complete bust for the Pittsburgh Piratet after all,They had the National <eague s earned run leader in Bob Friend" their 24year-old right-' lander: And that s not all Friend be- :omes the first major league pitcher in history (earned runs were irst tabulated in 19121 'to'finish on op in ERA while performing for last place club Figures compiled. by the Associated Press revealed today that ricrid gave up 63 earned ruhs';ih 200 innings for ah earned run mark 1 2.84. -He had -a; 14-9 wbh-lost ecbrd. Lefty Billy Pierce of the •Chica- ;c White Sox paced the American /eague with a 197 earned run average. He yielded 45 'earned tal- les in 206 frames while winning 5 games and losing 10 Pierce 28 produced 6 shutouts and 16 complete games His earned un mark is the lowest in the majors": since Ha! Newhouser -of Detroit finished with 194 in 1946. LADIES SHUFFLEBOARD Games Tonight 'urple Heart at:Frostburg Eagles lingerman's at Frbstburg Americas Legion saplowh at. Pocahohtas tadium'Inn at Green's Cbevrolet 'oodmen~of the.World at Cas Taylor's. 1-Dee'Bar.'at^Colden Nuggets REDUCING IS EASY! ftt M* sta* Phi to MAIl OMMtS SENT C.O.D RAND S cur un •alrinwrsi tri CajNIni CembwlMtd [ones, Andrews :ollide Tonight MIAMI Fla W — Ralph (Tiger) ones, seventh ranked . middle•eight contender, fights."Al 'Ahrews tonight for-television boxing ans. Jones, never knocked off his feet n 53 fights is an 8 5 favorite The xmt will be televised (by ABC) rom Miami s Dinner Key Audi onum beginning at 9 p m (EST) Jones has been enjoying a , ear after losing five in a row •ear. He has victories over SU'L ay Robinson, .Chris Christensei mie Durando and George Johnon. He lost this year to middleweight lampion Bobo Olson and Eduardo ,ausse. His record' includes.'. 36 •ins, 14 losses' and three draws. 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