Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 27
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TWENTY-FOUR KVKNINI;' TIM KB, (JUMIJEKLAND,' MU., THUHSDAY, OCTOUKU is, 1055 Dial l'A-2-1000 for a WANT AD'Taker ' 6 Mr. "Jones'Hutchinson Signs As Cardinal Pilot ST. LOUIS (/!')—1'Vank I<anc says lie picked Fred Hutchinson'ns 1956 field leader of the St. Louis Cardinals because "lie did a helluva job with kids in Detroit and our future is based on youngsters." ^ Lane said the big. square-jawed ' j Jones Bangs Out former pitcher, signed to a two- year contract yesterday, was "In my book" the American Leaguejyttj., Q vcr AlUll'CWS Manager of the Year in 1954 because of Ihe fine job he did wilh young players. Merely Confirms Reports MIAMI, Fla. I/Pi — Ralph (Tiger) .tones. 7lh. ranked middleweight from Yonkers. N.Y., decisively de- The signing of Hiilchinson at a'fcated Al Andrews last night in a reported $30,000 a year by. I.anejfree-swinging middleweight fight at general manager for only five!Dinner Key Auditorium, days, merely confirmed repeated Jones hammered out a unani- reports. mous decision in the lO-round Fact is. Lane introduced him bout televised by ABC. jokingly to newsmen wilh: "Gen- Andrews, fighting out of Supori- tlcmen, Mr. Jones." or. Wis., scaled 101!i, Jones 160=1. This was in reference to Hutch- Referee Peley Sarron scored the inson's unsuccessful attempt to fight for Jones 97-96. .Judge Mark register al a hotel the previous Ld-win called it 93-94 for Jones and night as "Mr. Jones." Ncwsmenjjudge. Jerry Sheppard saw it 97-941 soon learned of it. jfor Jones. The Associated Press Both Hutch and his boss agreed the Cardinals seventh-place finish this year—worst since 1919—will be improved in '56 with an "ultimate" pennant in the future. When, they wouldn't venture to say. Exit 'Harry the Hat* He takes over from Harry (The Hat) Walker, who replaced Eddie Stanky last May. Hutchinson, 36, led 'Seattle to the Pacific Coast League title this year. He pitched for. Detroit in his playing days. Lane said Walker has been offered a managerial job in the Redbirds' ininor league system and he.''will Irfc ns know in a day or two." He praised Walker but said lie didn't know him well and Capitals Grab Lead In Men's ToucliFootball CHAMP—Willie Hartack piled it on at Atlantic City to run away with the year's riding championship. Rookie, Vet eggs are in one basket—the man-jFive Fairmont Wins Now gave Jones 100 points, Andrews 91. Onpndaga Lake Silc ' 1956 Mowing Kcgaita NEW YORK Iffi— Onondaga Lake at Syracuse, N r . V. will he the sitei ol tlie Intercollegiate Rowing Assn.j Regatta nest year for the filthj straight time. | Asa Bushncll, secretary of ••the] IRA, .said the race for Ihe college championship will be held June Ifi wilh the varsity three-mile lest scheduled for 5:15 p.m. EST. The- PHILADELPHIA IB - A veteran freshman two-mile race and the|and a rookie are Ihe toast of Ihe junior varsity event over IhreejNational Football League, the sea- iniles will precede the varsity row.[sou's first statistical release dis- Cornell won all three races Jastlclosed today. Cleveland's fabulous Otto Graham, who was supposed to be sell In Pro Play year. ager's—and I wanted a man whom I had great personal confidence." PHONE PA 4-9868 FREE DELIVERY FINE FOOD BEER LIQUORS CAS TAYLOR'S "Down In The Valley" At Cor. Valley & N. Mechanic Losses By lu'cligibilily FAIRMONT, W. Va. Iffi — V five straight victories. West Fair- montjfigh School was enjoying its best football season in years and had finally .managed to climb to the top of its division. The five straight wins had to he forfeited after it was discovered his old friend and coach, Paul Brown, has completed 2(1 of 41 passes for 303 yards, two for touch- that Glenn Burks, a senior and downs. Only two of Graham's defensive back, was is. School records showed him'to be 18:"court- liouse records had it 19, school officials said. SUPER 40 7:00 9:00 THE MAN you'll never forget! Siiulec .Ami Divyer To Renew Kivulry NEW YORK—(INS)—U. S. mile king Wcs Santee and Fred Dwyer will renew ilieir rivalry in Mie Olympic Carnival at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 20. • Santee turned in a 4:00.5 mile during the outdoor 'season while Dwyer hit 4:01.8. Their rivalry was a highlight of Ore 1355 indoor season. : ing insurance instead of pitching Grade School League games. footballs, is the top passer among commissioner Bert Bell's professional dandres; while Alan Ameche, former Wisconsin blockbuster, leads the ball carriers. Graham, who came back to pro football this year only to help out Avenue, passes have reached enemy hands averaged !l.59 yards per -flip. In the .head cracking department, Ameche • shows the way with 404 yards on 62 runs for an average of G.5 per try, an excellent performance in the rugged pro loop, especially for a rookie. The running of Ameche .and the passing of George Shaw, "bonus l>ick" of the Western Conference leading Colls last winter, have been oulslnmling features in; this topsy tui'vey NFL campaign so far. Shaw ranks fourth among the passers averaging 8.02 yards on 23 completions of. 47 attempts for 337 down parade, yards and five TDs. ~ POTOMAC •A- Drive-In -k 7:00 -. 9:10 WARNER BROS. ..fr- JACK WEBB as SGT. JOE FRIDAY in Hta firs, feature-length production of WAMNBHCOi PLUS Cartoon NUA EXHIBITION floslon 100. J'lillnilclplila !I7 Capital Howling Alley looK over firsl place In Ibo Men's Division of Ihe City Rec Touch Football League yesterday with an 18-12 win over Hill's Amoco. Abe scored on a 27-yard pass from Carder'and Mason tallied on a 49-yard runback 'of an intercepted pass for Capital's first two six- pointers. The /vinning touchdown come on a 17-yard aerial from Carder to Mason. Bill's two (allies came on a 39- yard rOnback of on intercepted loss by Lewis and a 12-yard pass from Biltner lo Ackermaii. The Hurricanes defcalcd Ihe Clowns, 7-8, in an overtime Men's game which was played under protest at Penn Avenue field yesterday. By moving the ball the longest distance in the extra period the Hurricanes eked out the one-point victory after'the two teams deadlocked at 6 : 6 in regulation lime. The defeat dropped Ihe Clowns out of first place as Capital Bowling edged Bill's Amoco, 18-12, at Penn Avenue, to cop the lead in the circuit. .Roth the Hurricanes and Clowns scored in the fourth period after battling through three scoreless cantos. The winners tallied when Buddy Meade took a 17-yard pass from Peltigrew' for the touchdown. Capital scored when McGregor tossed three yards to Murray in the end zone. Prolest Ruling Both learns protested during the game over an official's ruling, league authorities said. Penn Avenue blanked East Side 18-0, yesterday at Penn Avenue and Virginia Avenue walloped John Humbird. 30-2, Tuesday in Erdelatz Sees Penii State Top Threat To Navy Eleven ANNAPOLIS (/P)—-Navy's football team will.lake the nation's top defense into its game with Penn State at University Park, Pa., Saturday for what Coach Eddie Erdelali thinks inay be the .sternest throat yet to the Middle goal inc. ' ~~ Three Sliulouls hi PE Circuil Three of four matches in the Poloinac Edison Mixed Howling J.cagne ended in shutouts, Washers beating Water Heaters, Freezers lopping Ironers and Frigidaires Navy has not been scored on ii: Is first lljrcc game's, defeating Villiam & Mary-7-1), South Caro ina 26-0 and Pitt 21-0. Moore 'Top Back 1 "Penn State'should have Ihe best iffcnse we've faced," Erdelat: aid al a weekly news conference 'csterday. "Lenny Moore will be he besl running back we've me ind may even be Ihe bcsl v*'H iloy againsl all year." f Navy scouts report that the Nit- anj Lion altack is geared to its leel halfback with a quick change f-pace, who has averaged 5 yards ier carry and 77 per game in 'enn State's first three games. He an for 75 yards'in a 35-7 loss to \riny, the only blemish on the 'enn State record. That was more ushing yardage than the entire ilichigan team gained against the "adcts in defeating Army last veek. To keep Sloore and Ms mates Ronnie Manges tossed an 18-yard pass to Dave Howser and a 10- yardcr to Bob Wallace for two Penn Avenue scores and Howser raced 20 yards for a third touchdown in the Tuesday fray at Penn Yesterday William Younger ran 40. 8, 25, and 39 yards lo account for four touchdowns personally and then passed for the fifth six- pointer, 39 yards to George Wilvia the interception route. Otto has Hams, as Virginia Avenue won easily, .lohn Humbird's two points came on a second quarter safety. 1 Bears Lose, 24-18 The Little Sentinels racked up their second victory in. the High School "A',' Division. League yesterday Tjy turning back the Penn Avenue Bears, 24-18, at Constitution Park. Stonebrcaker scored twice for the winners on 10 and 7-yard passes from Morris, a 20-yard toss from Norris to Mullan and a four-yard aerial to Keefer from Norn's round ed out the Little Sentinels-- touch- The Bears tallied when Marklcy tossed four yards to Evans, 40 yards to Berkenbaugh, (lien ran 14-yards for the third counter. MKN'S _LEA(iL'E i HILL'S AMOCO « n n I'-' CAPITAL HOWLING .... I 1 -* » D «• Touchdowns: Bill's — Lewis, Acker* .an. Capital — JHason 2, Abe. URK1CANES CLOWNS ..... •hdow Cloi - Mil Hu: :anes — .Mead. GRADK SCHOOL LEAGUE VIRGINIA AVK II it IS 1"J—3<l JOHN IIUMHIKI) 0 2 " H— ~ Tom-hilowns: Y.t. Avenue — Yimnner J, Williams. Safely: J°l"i Jlumbird. riiNN AVENUE sun B—is I;AST SIDE u « » "-^ '' Touchdowns: Penn Avc. — Wallace, Iljmscr 2. ' IIHill SCHOOL 'A' LEAGl'E . I'A. AVE. HEARS » II H «—" LITTLE SENTINELS ....« fl fi I-—•' Tnuchddivns: Bu.irs - Evans. Bcrhen- auch. Markley. Si:ntinel& -- Stunebrcak: 2. Kecfcr. Mullan. BOX OFFICE OPEN 5:30 SHOW . STARTS • PHONE PA 4-0370 • LAST TIMES TODAY! "SNOWS OF KiUMANJARO" "SIEGE AT RED RIVER" STARTS TOMORROW — FIRST SHOWING IN CUMBERLAND WHITE-HOT ACTION ADVENTURE.. IN THE GREEK HELL OF AFRICA! Happies Retain Firsl Flu 'JTap-0-Hnppy' Loop. Happies arc still in front in the Hap-0-Happy Bowling League wilh a 2-1 victory over Jollies. Smilings moved into second a game behind and tied with Jollies by a 2-1 decision over Merries while Cheerful stopped Fricndlics by the same score. Team pacesetters were Clara Palmer, Happies, 129-338; "Lib" Rorick, Jollies,-'137-358: Lily Pen- linger, Smilings, 134-331; Harriet [Allison, Merries. 125-309: "Berg' Schtile", Cheerfuls, 123-317; Shirley Short, Friendiies,. 138-349. Standings: W. L. V Happy ...-8 A Friendly Smiling 7 5 Cheerful Jollv 7 5 Merry Tubbs Voted TopLineraan By The Associated frcli Jerry Tubbs, center on Oklnho- lemmed in, Navy rely on a defense that has yielded only 29 •ards passing and 79 rushing pel game, to its first three opponents 'he total 108 yard per game aver ige is the lowest in the major col ege bracket as is the 29 pass dc ense average. Navy's rushing de ense is 5lh nationally. Sonic Changes Planned Erdelatz said some,changes are icing made Ihis week lo meet the ! enn State attack which has scored 8 points .in its first three games But these, he explained, are onlj modifications. Basic defenses are established before the season be gins. Erdelatz, who has long beei •ecognized as an expert on defense md in Ihe past couple of years las bad a strong offense to go will I, fs pleased as punch wilh his iquad's showing. With a completely new set lalfbacks. pass defense was re ;arded as one of Navy's majoi iroblems in rebuilding from its 955 Sugar Bowl championship earn. Only two opponents have actually Jvcn it a test, but it has come hrough with flying colors. William Sc Mary attempted 13 passes, completed 2 for 8 yards ind had one intercepted. Soutl Carolina Iried 13, completed 5 mostly against reserves) for 78 'ards and had 2 intercepted. Pit got off only one and that was in erceplcd. Penn State and quarterback Bob I Hoffman could pose more of a hroat if their ground game is stop ied. The Nittany Lions, like Navy lave relied on passing for nbou third of their yardage. They've averaged 193 yards rushing am 03 passing per game. Navy has iveraged 183 rushing and 120 pass lackic Cooper's Car n Hiigerglown Ituve HAGERSTOWN—Jackie Cooper he film, TV and stage star who nice ranked as Hollywood's top uvenile star, will enter his modi ied Austin-Henley 100 car in lh 'resident's Cup event at the Fair child National Sports Car race; icre Sunday. The ex-child acior, who madi his murk some 20 years ago b the itle role of the motion picture ver sion of "Skippy" and often play nusician roles in TV dramas now las been active in sports car rac ng for the past few seasons. -HI.RQCK DRtVE-IN; '"&-* H E A-T.R 6 Storting TONITE oltadt Klentlfk Mfori... « thundering yekano truptt molitn death!' ALL NEW! :outtttu jotinny WEISSMULLER Devil-Goddess H HIT No. 2—Hilarious Comedy! Hit No. 3—Great Western! KIRK DOUGLAS JEANNE GRAIN CLAIRE TREVOR THE PICTURE EVERYONE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT! IHURIlENNEOy-lNiDl-KAIYJUIlAOO -ITO. MS- wo ami FEATURE TIME 12:00 • 2iOO • 4:00 - tiOO - 1:00 • 10:00 vhipping Ranges. . In match; Cleaners topped another Dryers, Marking up high scores were layden Phillips, 185-471 and Lyla lolliday, 133-339, Washers; Emma Buday, 110-290 and Pete Deremer, 139-373, Freezers; Joan Nichols, ,25-338 aild Paul Long, 304, Frigid- lircs; Shelby Deremer, 117-262 and Bub Frye, 351, Cleaners; Lois Handley, 99-281. John Burkett, 1924(18, Dryers; Mary Hartley, 143380 and Louis Arnine, 145-417, Vater Heaters; Mary Lou Arnone, 105-2G3 and Walt Fredericks, 362, roncrs, and Grace Wallis, 95-267 and Millard Hardy, 136-383, Ranges. Mrs. Hodges Pacing <ocals In Tourney Mrs. W. Itoyce Hodges led the 3ur local women golfers in the 54-holc Payne Trophy .tournament al the Baltimore Hillcndale course yesterday wilh a ncl 85 for li loles. Mrs. Hodges had a round of 91 with a six handicap. Entered are the top women Boilers in the .late. Mrs. G. William Bibby posted 91 for the opening-day round wilh five handicap for an 86 lota] vhile Mrs. Helen Wise came in vith an 88 for a 96-8 and -Mrs. Gordon L. Bowie a 91 with a 97-6. Mary Ann Downey, .of Ihe Balli- nore .Country Club, took a slim jne-stroke lead over Mrs. Maurice j Click of Woodholme with a onc-| over women's par 75. Mrs. Click hod a 76. Play continues Ihrough oday and tomorrow. Spectator Wasn't Even In The Game CORSICANA, Tex.—WV-The only casualty at the high school fool- mil game between Corsicana and Waco was L. L. Levy, a spectator. He suffered a black eye when aj stray football struck him in the face. na's unbeaten football leam.was ~ • „.._..._.., elected, today as the Associated f 493 BALTIMOKt No Parking Problem! Fisher * Robinette Tess Lineman of the Week by a larrow margin over Pat Bisceglia, Noire Dame guard. Tubbs used his 205 pounds lo good advantage In helping the Sooners extend their winning slreak to 22 |; ;ames by whipping Texas 20-0. He Imost single liandedly broke up Texas' aerial game - by intercept- ng three passes. One set up a Sooner score, the .others cut short 'ox'as threats. • A slashing linebacker, the 20•car-old junior from Breckonridge, 'ex., was credited with 20 jarring ackles. At one time he made four n a' row. "Tubbs played well for us Satur!ay against Texas," said Bud Wil- cinsou, Oklahoma bead coach, in in obvious understatement. Linebacker, center Boh Pellegrini if Maryland, was highly praised, le 'broke through repeatedly to ipoil the'aim of Nick Consoles, Vake Forest's star passer. Tion Beagle, Navy end, also rc-i ccived voles. . THE TAVERN WIIH'IHE : .. '.. LARGE PARKING LOT Clarence Peaks, Michigan State eft halfback, began his Spartan career as a quarterback. LLEGXAN .-•; DRIVE-IN ,;..' 101 133 i 220 i N.W. of Keystr Starring Ernest Bu'rgnine Betsy Blair ALSO CARTOON woMWARNER BROS.. WARNEHCOLOr jo°iiN WLLIWS aauux »«" *• -—••• ALFRED HI1CHCOCX -.S5S3R. VINCENT PRICE to DANCE Privatt or cloti instruction in oil form i of ballroom ' and * *tt»g« dancing. Skillful men and womtn inttructori. MOYER DANCE STUDIO 231 S. Mechanic St. Please,Sir, go see MY SISTER EVERYBODY AND HIS UMCLE wanli m we MY SISTER EltEEK. i picture, starring Janet Lctph. JacV Lwnmon and Bt-lty Gairert. 7t>e freshest. Km- mc^t Technicote musical that ever went sin^ng across the Cjnemwcooe taecn! WATCH FOR IT COMING SOON TO THE MARYLAND THEATRE THEY DON'T COME ANY BIGGER THAN "THE TALL MEN"! -- CAMERON«*WCHELL' db, WILLIAM A. BACHER* WILLIAM B. HAWKS &IK1 Puy by 0,'Klcd by SYDNEY BOEHNU FRANK NUGENT • RAOUL WAL90 STARTS WALT DISNEY FEATURETTE EXOTIC, COLORFUL ACADEMY CONTENDER TODAY! FEATURE:— 1:10—4:00 6:45—9:30 This Engagement: 65c Weekdays to 5 P. M., 75c Evenings. All.Sat.-Sun. Children 25« P. S. CAU CLARK GABLE * T PA 2 - 607 ° AFTtB M*o p. M. TONITE k HE HAS A PERSONAL MESSAOE FOR YOU1 HER UPS MED and. then th» guns spoke! DENNIS MORGAN DflVID F1SRRAR THEY HOLED UP IN HELL! CLOSED TODAY RE-OPENS FRIDAY,! WITH BIG SUPERSCOPE THRILLERS! BENGAZI

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