Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 16
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*<«<¥7T ' !•-'.'• • nrorf < HI ••• . ' III pMoorefield's II • : ' LMongold In Third Place Two city griddcrs have Ukcn over in the race for, the area scor- '•Ing championship following games ••" of lasl weekend. *i,nB Halfback Jim Crawford of Forl Hill look over leadcrsiiip from ""Ifioorefield's Harold Mongold with : a 11-point performance in the Sentinels' 23-7 conquest of Handley at •"i-AVinchestcr, Va., while Allegany's i gob Hotelier slipped into second <,<• place with a two-touchdown effort nbVflS Allegany rapped Montgomery . 26-0, in the stadium Satur ssu Boots Second Field Goat ___ Crawford, getting his second Ir~ Jield goal of the .season with a ggft-yarder against the Judges, also -\S?t» tacked on a one-yard plunge for a g* touchdown and booted two of three •M placements for a six-game lota: *JJ of 47 points. . ift Fletcher by-passed Mongold wilt *"**his pair of scoring markers and »S two placement boots' giving the S* 4 Camper halfback 42 points'™ four jsep outings. Fletcher has crossed over Sf for six IDs, one more than Craw£S ford, while • having six unerring T*:* placement boots. JJs Crawford's total also puts him ** in front • for the city lead with S3 Fletcher second and LaSallc's Billy '"•Buzzard third. Buzzard was shut- i£ out Friday night as LaSalle los! •?;.-. to. Keyser. 29-0, and shows 29 tiS. points "for five games. ~R .Mongold, district leader the firs '.''' two weeks, could get but two ex- • tra' points although Moorefield had •"'';• little trouble in handling Frank i -.-lin, 22-0.. :jT.'' Keyser's Jim "Skeeter" Webb !'v, and -George Earnest of flidgeley iVialso took advantage of scoring op «;•'-•' porlunilies in their leams' victo 'ries. ' Webb tallied on a 47-yar 1 'run against LaSalle Friday nigh ' while Earnest countered on a pai of passes from Ken Hartman in th • rout of Petersburg. Both now havi ''36 points for six TDs in six grii 'clashes. . Hartman Adds To Total I Bealli -"Handy Andy" Felker , 'also came up with a touchdown .and two placement kicks as the r jy.ountainecrs ripped Romney, 28•.'.13, to put him in sixlh place with "32 points in six games. ' * ' Hidgeley's Harlman continued to ;;;lead in extra-point kicks, his four "'•-in five attempts Friday sending his '.'•;. total lo 15. Fullback nick Kephart v.'- : of Kcyscr nailed on three in as "'",*many tries for a season total of " : '<13 while Crawford's two gives the ^Sentinel' back 11.- Crawford re*ii gained his lead in field goals with iittwo while Hartman lias the only *•* other successful three-pointer in Settle area. titf Allegany now reigns .alone as the T^only undefeated and untied team, •'•••* the Campers making Montgomery ^Blair their fourth victim Saturday —night. Northern is, still unbeaten. * j'hut has the 6-6 draw with the Mey- '»««sdale (Pa.) "B" team for three "~*Sfarts. The Huskies ran all over . , — 4| !e Southern second team Saturday, 38-0. TEAS! STANDINGS . _ W. I,. T. Pti. OP. Pet • Ellilns Jtierthrrn Jorl Hill >kf ysrr Moorefield . Itirigclny tUagerstown . iffliomai (Tsrsons Southern j»anklln GbelevUta Mirtlnstniil P«lersburg — 0 Wesl Va. Dell. 0 Frederick ..... 0 27 1.1)00 44 1.000 a 1.000 27 .833 3H .833 54 .833 ' 151 38 .83: 1 1 68 64 a 1 78 74 .S0( ... 1 ... 1 90 67 .501 OS 38 75 118 91 123 76 124 6fi 103 59 117 41 U 25 105 4.1 .117 6 98 INDIVIDUAL. SCORING T.»m G. TB E.Pli. FO lol .,-. Crawford, H Hill . 6 EJetchcr. AlleRany 4 MnnKold. Moorel'ld 6 Webb. Keyset .... 6 Karncst, Rldgelcy. fi Etllier, Beall fi ,45*jihart, Keyser .. 6 *Zttscnau. Parsons. 6 ^*€uml, W.Vn. Deaf 4 \XilIartman, mdjc. 6 rionard, LaSalle .. 5 Ec'nder, Northern.. 3 Lcwl«, Fort Hill... fi Hammersmith, FH fi •Cecil, Allefcany ... 4 -Abe, Rirtfielcy .... fi -NUM. Hldwley ... fi Webster, Moorefi'ld 6 Ward. Keyscr .... 6 Studcnwalt, Kcyser 6 Slruntz. LaSalle .. 5 T." Colaw, Southern 5260 F.' Colaw. Southern 5300 Ouatlro, Thoma . -. Eye, Franklin 5300 etianholtz. nomney 6 30 0 Pyles, Romnry ... fi 2 3 Q x-LotiRh, Franklin .423 0 Stevenson. Beall ..6 2 2 0 Scott, nidscley ... fi 3 1 0 x-nahiricr, Fr'nklln 4210, Northern -.3 1 1 fl x-Armontroul, Ci'le 4210 Vetter, Moorefield. 6200 McKenny. Kt. Hill. 6200 Kcsler. fort Hill . . 6 2-0 0 Parish. Kcyeer ... 6 2 0 0 Bush, LaSalle .... 5 2 0 n Wilson, nldsclcy .. fi J 0 0 SponauRlc, Parsons 62 I) 0 K. Hartman. R'ney 6200 llannas, Romney .. fi 2 0 0 .fjoivcrs. Southern .5 2 0.0 X)eckmar. Southern 5200 -•-Huffman, C'vllle 4200 •-.DJrklcy, Cl'vlllc 4130 Wilson, Dealt ..... G 1 2 0 Jones, Parsons .... 6 1 2 0 Huffman. Thomn. 2110 Shook, PetcrsburK. 4 J 3 0 OTHER SCORIKC, MOnnKFlF.U> - Martin. -Csln ffi). • FORT 1I1L1. — Shaffer (6).. KEVSER — Taylor (6). LASALLE — (None), ' - ' AU.EGANY — Chiruhal. Blck, .D Paje, Perdew (6>. .RIDHELEi" — Hiker, Telcr («). RKALL — Oik. KMdy, -Wollord (6 I'Mtln II). PARSONS — Schoonowr, B«v>, Mil , Irnncx (6). i • ' W. VA. DBAF — Popovlrh, Trader (fi MrCoy (11. HOMNEY — nuile, lleavener (6 Klo5t«rman '(3). SOUTHERN — Kttm, Glut, aarrc «). ..THOMAS - Wllllaml. Mtyer («). Mi Kenney (I), . . . . . ,»j ' Mr-FRANKLIN _ Dlhmwi' lihudy. 'J Kwi Cro»l <«). •'-..' •' . -.,.. - Spmr, Miller, McK zi« (fi). . ' Kj'-cmci.EVIU.r; - Harr»r («). APEICnSFlURCf — Yankey, Van Metei •Jumtr (fi). • ...... • nVNot.lnrlilrtlnE Orren Dank fiamr. pV-Nrt Inclunlnc Korl Hill >)V an MWlboro xainra, Davidson's DickBelton Week's Star RICHMOND. Va. H»— Davidson's Dick Bellon, a tail and slender quarterback with pin-point accuracy, has been' named the Southern Conference Player of the Week, defeating The Citadel's Jim 1> on, Wesl Virginia's- Bobby Moss and Richmond's David -May. in a poll conducted by .the Southern lonference's Sportswriters Assn. BSltbri, whose passing for the past two weeks has been 'close lo sensational, connected on 10 of 13 passes for 208 yards in Davidson's 14-0 walloping 'of .Washington and Lee. The Wildcat junior, who hit lor 13 of 21 against Presbyterian :he week before, led the W&L roul >y throwing two touchdown passes, scoring once himself, and selling up two addilional touchdowns with pounds, hut 6-1 in height, Bellon hails from Ml. Air, N. C., -and jets his passing accuracy naturally. He lellered last year wilh Hie Davidson baseball learn 'as a pitcher. Tyson, set up the winning 'touchdown against Fufman with a 66-yard pass reception and run in ;ame's final three minules. ONCE A WATERBOY—Richie McCabe, one of the Pittsburgh Steelcrs' lop' defensive backs, poses yesterday wilh Hie water bucket he loicd in his firsl job for the learn. The Steeler star joined the tiros as a water boy ; before playing college ball. He's been'in on almost every play which has helped put the Steelers in a first-place tie for the National Football League's Eastern Division. • ' CAP Photofax) Lester Fears Bulldogs May Bite Friday Night By JIM DAY Times Scholastic Sports Editor A mediocre record of only one victory in four games, jut plenty, of potential-and sharp improvement with every start. /That's the problem facing Allegany High when it travels to Martinsburg this Friday evening to meet -the Vest Virginia foolball Bulldogs. * The Bulldogs, who had Iheir firsl ndcfoatcd season in history lasl all, have been able lo win only nee for four confests (his season, jsing their third last night lo Hag- rstown, 33-14, on the Bulldog grid- on. .The baltle had been resched- led. from Friday evening when it 'as rained out. Coach Roy Lester of Allegany coutcd the West Virginians last ight along with Bill Halm. Forl !ill mentor, the Sentinels being osl lo the Hub City eleven here Friday night. Bulldofis Impressive Lester came away greatly im- ressed by the charges of John ^obourn despite Ihe one-sided final utcome of Ihe clash. The Bulldogs vere behind by only 13-7 at intermission, but superior Hagerstown manpower wore them down in the econd half as they surrendered hree TDs. Lester staled Ihis morning thai quarterback Jim Clark of Marlins iurg "run the splil-T jusl about as good as anybody I've seen Ihis / He's very goou on the-option and we'll have to do a lot of work n trying lo slop it." "The- Bulldogs," according to Lester, "showed plenty of spunk and in halfbacks Bernie Petrucc and Bill Beavers have a lol o speed lo go along wilh a heavy ine." Cenler Frank Hawkins, tin only holdover starter from las year's unbeaten learn, also im pressed Lcsler with his offcnsiv and defensive play. The Campers worked out wit 1 light exercises and ran a few plays yesterday while . preparing lo golj down to the heavy stuff Ihis afternoon and tomorrow. They came tat of the 26-0 win over Montgomery Blair at the stadium last Saturday nighl without any major injuries and appear in first-class shape for the Bulldogs. Fullback Don Ware did come up ,vitli a sprained ankle, bul will definitely be ready f»r Friday. Fumbles Still Hamper In showing Iheir. besl • offensive since routing Beall,. 32-7, in' the opener, coach Lester was 'greatly pleased with his club's showing, except for the "fumbleitis" which has cut down potential Alco drives almosl every game.. The Campers hobbled six limes, recovering Iwicc, The firsl came on only the second offensive play of ll.c game, Don Paye failing lo find (lie handle wilh Ihe Blazers recovering on (he Camper 37. Bul alert defensive work, which Lester pointed mil had improved greatly; cut down (he Montgomery Blair drive at thc Alco eight. Halfback Eddie Cecil hobbled again in'Ihe quarter and put Ihe Campers in real danger, the visitors taking over on Ihe locals' 24. Sparkliaft fcluuivt work by halfback Bob Fletcher got Allegany oul of a hole, Field er intercepting an aerial on-the 25. In the comedy of fumbles which eventually led lo Allegany's first touchdown in thc 'econd period, the Campers- lost the ball twice, but came up with It after the Blazers' 'had 'done, them one hitler, guard Jesse Kcllcrmnn recovering (lie ball with 30 seconds remaining and Allojlnny then driving thc remaining II yards for Ihe counlcr. Anolhcr fumble,hy Ware wilh only seconds to go In llio lasl pcr-i od came too lale for Hie Blazers vho had time for but two plays before (lie final whistle. . Trnm Pleases Leslcr Overall, though, Lester was ileased with bolfi his team's of- ense arid defense work. Not waning lo single out anyone player as naking thc difference, lie did like he play of end Harold Marker, ;uard Carl Brown, Fletcher-, Mike jease and Adrian Knippenberg. Marker and Brown kept in the rair of the Blazers all evening to iclp snuff oul any would-be drive, •"lelchcr, in addition lo his de- cnsive play, ran well and .was almost perfect on his previous show- ngs on the handoff. i Lease, who .tas been allernallng .he signal-calling dulies with Don r'aye, played most of the last hall and his ball-handling and decep- .ion in- hiding .the ball kept the Blazers defense "true" most of the night. A pleasant surprise to Lester was the work done by junior Adrian Knippenberg who had lo fill in on defense for halfback Dave Conlcy II was his firsl starling role and he will probably be giving Conlcy a run for his position from here on out. Conlcy suffered a freak injury BealPs Jay-gees, Aided By Piint, Top Keyser Beall High's-Little Mountaineer eleven 1 used a blocked punt to register its first, victory of the season yesterday with a 13-6 decision over. Keyser's Jayyees at Frostburg. Bill Schultheis blocked the attempted boot.on the Kcyser 20 with tackle .Joe McGregor pouncing on the ball,in (lie'end zone for the winning marker. : Coach Frank R.'.Munson's chafg- Orioles Trade Abrams, Get BobbyAdams BALTIMORE Wl' — The Balti more Orioles moved to •strengthen the left side of their infield for 1956 today, gelling Bobby Adams from Ihe Chicago White Sox in a trade for outfielder Cal Abrams. Adams, a 10-year veteran with the Cincinnati Reds before -being bought by the White Sox late last es had taken a 6-0 ead in the first third base. period.when Wayne Knepp tallied poinl also being unsuccessful: McGregor.'also kicked'the extra point following the second'. Beall' TD to accurate throws. Omy "led give the Mountaineers a 1-2 mark or the year. Beall made nine first downs wo,and gained a total of 144 nel >ards to Keyser's 104. Citadel's senior end. the He caught four passes for 112 yards and played outstandingly on defense. Moss led West Virginia's 39-13 :omp over William and Mary with 94 yards on nine carries, including a 24-yard touchdown run. He also caught one pass for 17 yards, bringing his total yardage to 111, just 3 'bit shy of W&M's total offense. May spearheaded a Richmond defense lhat held Virginia Tech to a 7-7 tic.. The junior guard from Rockaway, N. J., made a key fourth-down. tackle on Richmond's FB Score by periods: . BEALL 6007- KEYSEH 0 6 0 0- 6 Touchdowns scored by Knepp, McGreg- r (BeiiHV. Smith (Keyscr). Point after touchdown scored -by McGregor <Bball). Substitutes: Beall-J Schultheis, Jacobs. Groves, Minnick, Parker. Skidmorc, Croft, G. Taylor, Bollino. Keyser—Wendell, Wilson, B. R90r, MorRan, Bowen. Pop's PlaceWhips Big Six By 42-30 In one of the highest scoring nine to wipe out one Tech scoring games of the season Pop's Place threat and sprang Spider backs looser with exceptional in-line and downficld blocking. Others nominated in the weekly poll were Furman's Johnny Popson, VMI's Charlie Lavery, George Washington's Mike Sommer, W & M's Al Grieco, and Virginia Tech's Dickie Beard. Rams Knot Elks In Outdoor Play Hams pulled into a Iwo-way lie for first place in the Outdoor Club Bowling 1 'League by blanking Caribou, 3-0, as Antelopes were being set down, 2-1, by Deer. Moose nipped Elks, 2-1, in the other loop action. • • Team scoring leaders 'Arch". Slrallon, Deer, Ray Zelghty,' Antelopes, ,w ore 171-444;' 167-465; 'Mudy'.' Mudg'e. Moose, 181-454; Dick Billner, Elks, 196-473; "Jer•y" Hopcraft, 'Ace" Smilh, Standings: H a m s, Caribou, 164-432; 183-407. Antelopes W. L. . 11 7 Moose .. . 11 7 Deer ... .. 10 fi Caribou Sinn Belongs To Fans, Says Trader Frank Lane ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. W Frank Lane has earned the nnme of being the greatest trader in baseball but he draws thc line al disposing of Stan Musial. 'Stan is an institution in St. Louis," the new general manager ol thc St. Louis Cardinals said. "He belongs to the fans as .wet as the Cardinals. He is definitely not for sale or for trade." season, plays both second ~~^ • , .-. • '. - : «• * f \ I i 'Mtigic(d Ability? Gives Tambo Starting Nod Over Beightol \ By GEORGE BOWEN . • ' /COLLEGE PARK; Md. — Whchevci Coach Jrm Tatum is pressed to put his finger on why he thinks this season's Maryland football team should be one.of his best he invariably points'.to quarterback Frank Tambuiello, This is his answer whether he's] taking offense or defense. flis. high opinion of .the- junior; from Baltimore is dictated as much by Tarhburello's quick mind The Orioles are expected to put from 10 yards out. but missft the him on Ihird next to Shortstop Willie Miranda. Adams 'led the Na- try tor -lire point-after '"Ace" Smith galloped 40 yards for Keyser lo knot Hie game in Ihe __ _ .... second quarter, the try for the da led the American League for tional League for assists by a third of him and make, something baseman in 1952 and 1953. lliran his position last season. Adams, who joined Cincinnati in 194G.after three years in military service, will be 34 on Dec. 14. He was hitting .269, three points jelow his' lifetime average, when ill (13) Harris J. McGregor .: F,as»n D. nynn ' B. Schultheis . Hunter Kammauf .... Winfleld Kncpp Panel-son Fabbri Keyier (6) , Garganuss '. C. Ryan Harman McElwee Snydcr .-..' Davis .... Shumakci . Montgohieu Hollingsworll! .-. Smith F. Boor raded lo the White Sox who' used sensation from Cumberland, Beightol was sought by two dozen other colleges and Iwice was visil ed personally by Frank iim mostly as a pinch runner. The departure of Abrams. left jutfielder Chuck Dicring as the on- y. survivor of the 1954 team with he Orioles. Abrams led the Orioles at the dale in 1954 with .293, but dropped o .245 the past season. Hi came o the OriOles from Pittsburgh aft er previously playing for Cincin iali and Brooklyn. Abrams is 31 won its fourth straight in the High School "A" Division of fhe City Rcc Touch Football League yesterday by downing Gallen's "Big Six, 42-30, at Constitution Park. Rood and Davis'passed for six of the winning team's touchdowns. Davis' passes were to Washington and Weaver for 38 yards eacli and :o Greene for 24. Reed's aerials of 2, 8 and 35 yards were 1 caught by Green, Minnicks and Davis. Minnicks intercepted a pass and ran 38 yards for the other score. Clarke tossed five touchdown passes for the losers. His passes were to Kelly for 5 and 58 yards, lo 458; Lois Wilson, Pyrofax, 145-416 Collins for 20 and four yards shid .0 Gallcn for five yards. GAI.LEN'S 6 6 fi POP'S PLACE fi 12 18 Touchdowns—Gree nc2, Mlnnli 'ashlngton, Weaver, Davis _ . Place): Kelly 2, Collins 2, Oallen (Hie Glx). i Tapping (Continued from Page 15) and called Hoot Evers, his roommate. ... A half hour later she called hack to say Fred was home. He was so mad at losing that he had walked all the way. ... He ived ten long miles from Briggs . Three of the players Sladium. in Japan the barnstorming Yankees are making a honeymoon oi the trip. They are Johnny \ucks, Andy Carey.and Eddie Robinson. ... By coincidence; they were married on the same day, October 6. FOR FANCY STEPS CHICAGO-(NEA)-Bobo Olson will Irain in a Chicago ballroom for his middleweight title defense against Ray Robinson, November 4. Fi'g/ifs La»l Niglil By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Arlie To\vne, 161. just before Ihe clash, hurting his neck in the pro-game wormup and didn't get'to play at all. Lester will go with this, sa slarting lineup as the • unbeaten Campers shoot for their fifth vic- ilory. The Bulldogs won last season, York, outpointed -Mllo Savage, 159 3 .i Salt Lake City. 10. PROVIDENCE. R. I. — Vincc Mar ttnez. 150H. Paterson. N. J.. outpointed Lester Folton, 113, Detroit. 10. HALIFAX. N. S. — Dick (Kid) How arri. 140. Halifax, outpointed Zlllucta, 13fi, Cuba, 10. CORPUS CHHISTI. Tex. — NBA ,-elpiit champion Paul Raton M: \Irxtco, outpointed ~ 121. Los Anseles, -ias, 121. Mexico, outpointed Cecl (non Navy has' beaten William anc llary 18 times in 21 games of foot ball. The Indians won two and play ed a tie with Ihe Middies whom they lasl defeated in 1942 by 3-0. and as by his physical talents to run, pass, kick and tackle. "What makes Tamburello so: valuable is thai, he can lake a play that's falling lo pieces in front of it." says Tafum. out 'He can make chicken salad out-- of chicken feathers." Beightol Better -Passer It's this ability, more than any- thing'else that, prompts Tatum to play Tambureilo over Lynn Beightol, a more publicized high school when he syas coaching Leahy Notre Bonnets Pad Edge [u Ladies' League Blue Bonnets boosted Iheir leat o ihree games in the Ladies Cily Bowling League, despite winning by only a 2-1 margin over Racey c Lynn. Runnerup Pyrofax Gas iers were nipped, 2-1, by Owl: \'est. Capitals blanked Chicken Roosl 3-0, Southern tripped Shermans 2-1, and Quee'n City won the weekly orfeit match in other action. • Owl moved within a game of secom vith the victory over the Gasscrs .Team pacesellers were Jean Cooley, Southern, 173434; Haze Jentinger, Shermans, 149 - 404 ,lartha Hartley, Capitals, 177-419 ,Iary Moore, Chicken Roost; 137 365; Mary F.llen Helm, Blue Bon lets, 189-475; Kay Leighty, Raceys 93-458; Esther Mason, Queen City 40-373; Mary Ends, Owls. 183 W. L. Ifi 2 Queen City 13 S southern .. 12 Handings: Hue Bonnets •yrofax. Gif Jwlj Club .. naccy i Lynn 11 7 shermani Chicken Hooit S 10 ' Raceys Tie Spas For Rimuemp Slo Raccy & Lynn made Ihe bigfies jump in Ihe South End Llqtio Dealers Bowling League, movin nto a tie with Spa Bar for secon place by blanking Exporls. 3-0 Pacing Outdoor Club-was held to 2-1 win over Decker's Bar whil Spas were dumped, 2-1, by Wondc Bar and Fourth District Democrat shut out VFW, 3-6. A blistering 244 game and 59C set by Harp Bland of Democrats paced the scorers. Other team eadcrs were Joe Grimm, Wonde Bar, 205-483; Curt Felton 205 an Lou Bell 503, Spas; Vlnce Becker Deckers, 210-54.1; "Ace" Wagner Outdoor Club, 208-530; Earl Rob netle, Itaceys, 180-464; Charle Krampf 166 and Harold Rigglema 413, Exports; "Les" Moore, VFU 184-434. Standings: w. L. IT. Outdoor Club .13 2 Wonder Bar . fl Spa Bar a'Democrat C'b S Racey t(Lynn 10 5 V F W ...... t Decker's Bar.. 8 7 Export*. 3 ame. . ( Coach Tatum even held Beightol it of compelition Iwo seasons ago nd rales him a better passer iali Tamburello: Coach Talum had planned lo ring Tamburello along slowly be- ause he was a sophomore lasl eason. But after the Terrapins on only, two of their-first 1954 jmes, Tatum started Tamburello gainst Soulh Carolina. . He came Ihrough with a bang, coring two louchdowns and direct- g a 20-0 victory for which he Was oted sophomore of the - week in 10 Atlantic Coast .Conference. He [so . quarlerbacked Maryland: lo iclorics in the next four games. Has.Analytical Mind .Tamburello broke a bone in his ght hand playing lacrosse lasl pring, but there are no.signs of bothering him this season, either is there any dusl on his ratball brain even though he lissed part of spring pradicc. 11 was his quick thinking which uiled out the touchdown in the 0 victory over UCLA. 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