Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 21, 1955
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'Dial' PAi2-460i) tor i WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD-, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 SEVENTEEN > /•,.ty,tlit Anocioud fitu . • Puzzled .'.coach' Frank Mosele will try'ito'.perk'up,Virginia Tech now-you-see-it, , now-you-dori't -'o fehse by making', wholesale] chani es in his' backficld ., tomorrd' ; against'Virginia at Roanokc. Moselcy.. .indicated today, ho' give sciiioV "Leo Burke the startin nod at'quarterback, teaming hii with junior Dave Ebert.ahd.sopl omOre Ray England at. the hal back posts and junior Don Diver It fullback; , ..'..-.-. . This means regular quarlcrbac Billy , Cranwell 'and 'All-Souther Conference halfback Dickie Beard • of ^Cumberland,. Md.,< 1 e a d i n ground' gainer in- the league las year, will ride the bench—at leas at the'Start-'of. hostilities at l:3f p. m. , ' • . .'.:-.• '••'Deficiency On Offense " : 'Tlfe'Gobblcrs, rated a conferehc title contender., before, the seaso • started 'arid 'undefeated last year have a 3'H record that most coach cs would be.proud to.possess.- Bu Tech has.-had-one tremendous em barrassment and a couple of clos calls while keeping on the rigli tide of the.'ledger. .... .' It's been .a .deficiency on bffens that has cost the Techmen dearly Only on alternate-weekends'hav they been move .the bal In their opening is-0 loss to Wak Forest their attack" fizzled com pletcly. The next'week it operate .- with.- smooth precision. in'..a.-33-C . jrpm'pVo'vcr...P<inii':...H did anothc fadcout "as the Gobblers barel squeezed by William .and Mary 14-7, but the following Salurda Tech's runners and passers pile up 430 yards while'beating Florid State 24-20. Then, last Salurda'} the offense," flopped again and re bounding Richmond tied Tech 7- in a major.eyebrow-raiser.'-. • Kicking Under Pressure Kicking under pressure drev principal emphasis at-Tech's fina full-scale'workout yesterday. Elsewhere in the conference: Kicking also drew attention a George Washington as the Colonial ended heavy work for Saturday' conference skirmish at William an Mary. . Williams and Mary held a rugge Bcrimmagc, trying to iron out mis takes noted in previous practices Coach Jack Freeman named Ja Sanncr and either Al Grieco ;o Junior Duff to start at the hal back posts in =place of injure Jack Yohe and Charlie Sidwcll. Davidson''worked, into, the nigl; perfecting pa£s!> plays-to be use tomorrow against VMI. then turne lo rushing offense.'VMI concentra ed on,ways to slop Ihe AYildca passers in a lengthy session.' ,\VesC Virginia • went through light'; .dummy, scrinmiage agains PenJi-Stale formations.. Washington and Lee labored o dcfens'c.-^ass.patternS >nd blockin in a tuneupyfo'r Southwestern o Tennessee.-.,'.: .. Giant Star Ordered To Jlcporl Tq Army pw-yonk — iftfS).— Butor tohgi ^'veteran , offensive halfbac anM;end'.pf'the New YorkjGiants was. 'ordered' to report for indue lion > into -the Army i today. Th'e[23-yea'r-old'r''l). of Florid ace already ..has been disqualific several times by the. Army an Marine Corps .because of a chroni hack injury. '"'•' ' _ i MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING COATS .... PANTS and BREECHES . '6.69 s GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 133 S. Centre Street YOUR CREDIT Santee Records SecOiM Fastest YbftK '.. *-Wes . Santee won't be any less 'effective ir'.the 1956 Olympics because of his hitch Jn : the '.•Marine.. Corps. . lir fact, it ;'may help. . "I haven't been running the mile at all' since I've been in the Marines," said Sahtcci before, heading back to Quantlco, Va., today. "We've been running strictly lance races down there, but kept me in real '.good shape.'.' The gangling University of -Kan' sas graduate certainly: looked. like money in the bank last night in the Olympic Carnival in Madisoi Square Garden. lie ran the mile ii 4:05.2 — second fastest ever in the Garden and sixlh fastest indoors. "1 think I might have done a little better," .he, said. "But it's only (lie beginning '-of the season: 1 know now that as a resul distance running I always can run a fairly good mile. I think it might help in '56." dis- box it's Ball.i ill of the against Two Cop Shutouts In South End Loop League SIt( 3 -° dolo, Two of four malches in the South Cumberland Businessmen's Association Mixed. Bowling were' decided .by. shutouts as .Expenses blanked Liabilities and Income drubbed .Debits, both by scores. , Assets hipped Losses and Credits won over Profits, both by 2-1. ••;.•'••..' ' '... Team .scoring leaders were Edith Rice 101-287 and' Charles Garlitz 197-498, Expenses; Shirley need 81-109 and.Joe Lechliter 100253, Liabilities: Ambrose Burkey 133-387 and ; Catherine Naughton 99-242; Asseis; Louis Hager 135-375 and Grace Garlitz 130-317. Losses. Tom Higson 152-395 and Mickey Clem 123-352, Credits; Rusty Robertson 161431 and Myrtle Manges 102-276.. Profits: Francis Wright 144-362; Millie Divico 95 and Dorothy Hillegas 269, Debits; John Snyder 92-268, Ina .• Higson 134 and Anna Mae Robertson 291, Incomes. Coils, Jacks Grab Phone Shutouls Coils and Jacks continued their llpht race in the C t.P.Telephone Mixed Bowling League, .both scoring shutouts. Pacing Coils blanked Keys while Jacks shut out Bells, both by 3-0. In other action Cords stopped Dials and Plugs tripped Lamps, both by 2-1. Mike Diehl with a 220 game and Blair Uliery with a 452 set for Coils look scoring honors for the men while Vivian Chase posted a 139 arid Janie Pcrdcw a 317 for Jacks ,o pace the gals. Diebl still holds the season high game with his 220 while Charles Smith of Jacks has high set with a •197. Vivian Chase's 154-497 heads the women while average game goes to Charles Smith (142) and Eileen Durbin of Cords with a 110. Standings: w. L. w. t. Coll. 10 3 Cordl « 6 JlcH S 3 DiJill 4 • Plujcs I 5 Mill J L«mpi I 5 Kwi 1 Tennis With Hart Real 'Heart' Story CORAL GABLES, Fla. — {ft — Doris Hart, women's national tennis -champion the last two years after being runnerup five times, las written a book "Tennis with Hart" (Lippincott). In her home she tells how she was a sickly, scared kid lucky to je alive. She tells of being a torn- soy at nine and of her battle with pneumonia. and about several eye operations. Slaughter Boast! 25 Years Grid Duty .CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-W- Edward R. (Butch) Slaughter is a 25-year man. at the University of Virginia. The former University of Michigan All-America guard (1924) came to Virginia in 1931 after five years as line coach at.North Carolina State. He assists Coach Ned McDonald with the Cavalier line. Knox Double Threat Oh Punts, Passing LOS -ANGELES,—Hon- nie Knox. UCLA halfback, does •/is job well whether he .punts or passes. . • . In-his first three games, while le gained only. 28 yards in 15 carries, he averaged 37.44 on nine junts and completed 15 passes in 21 attempts for 179 yards and :hree touchdowns. SteelerGo&ch For NeW York By JOHN GOUGHTLY PITTSBURGH — (INS)'— Don't look' for, Walt Kiesllng- on- the side; lines when his Pittsburgh, Stcclers lake on'the New York Giants at .he Polo Grounds Sunday. Uncle Walt will be in a rooftop with assistant'coach Herman 11 trying to locate soft spots in the - Steelers' defense, before the opposition • does. Ball suggests plays for the offensive unit. Kiesling said last season that he could 'win any game' if he knew in beforehand the type of defense the opposition would use. knowing this was -Impossible;'- he > did the next best thing and went upstairs to get a good over-all look when the club opened, the season last month the Chicago • Cardinals..Results Gratifying The results .were so gratifying that he made the. ascent 'a habit. So the credit for the Steelers' position as top dog in the Easteri Division, along with the Cleveland Browns, belongs' to• Kiesling. .Defense has been their savior in winning three of four and Kiesling is the guy who calls the'shots. His information.goes first to Nick Skorich who handles the phones on the field and then is relayed to another assistant, Chuck Cherun- i, who guides the .team from the sidelines. '••''. At haiftime Kiesling, a 52-year old veteran of 30 years in the league, joins the team in the dressing rooni! He ten remains on the sidelines for the final 30 minutes. Pittsburgh is a three-point underdog against the Giants because the odds-makers figure the Stcel- erK are too unreliable-on conversion attempts and field goal tries. Better Prepared The Steelers' current standing in Ihe league is comparable to last season's fine start when they won Tour of their first five and-then 1 ost six of the succeeding seven. This season they are a little better prepared for injuries. Their defensive platoon has been shored up by the presence of Meadows, a former Duke tackle, who was secured in. a trade with the Chicago Bears and has takei over at left end. Another sturdy performer is tackle Dick Modze- .ewski who was acquired in a trade with Washington. Offensively, the Steelers are improved because of rookie Ed Bernet, a fabulous pass snatcher from Southern Methodist,, the great running of Lynn Chandnois and a tremendous comeback by fullback Rogel who somehow managed lo get back up that hill every' one said he was over. RumdrsHave Brooks Sending\ { DojiNewcbnibeTo Cardinals ly f he Aiiociotid Pitii . . -"Frank Lane's in operation again and the-Hot Stove League:is sizzling. ••-.-' Speculation has it that Lane, now operating as general manager for the St.,Louis Cardinals, and the brass of the world champion Brooklyn Dodgers are going to mention .big names when they sit down to talk Baseball in Havana thisAveek-cnd. The Cards, of course, need pitching.' A shortstop would .help, too. The Dodgers? They're still looking for a left fielder—despite' the World 'n Series heroics of Sandy Amoros. Rumors? Try these for size: Brooklyn to send Don Newcombe, a 20-game winner but a'series disappointment, to SI. Louis in return for one of Gussie Busch's fine young 'outfielders —Bill Virdon, Wally Moon or Rip. Repulski. Or, Brooklyn to part company with righthanders Billy Loes or Russ Meyer'or southpaw Ken Lehman, a big winner for Montreal, and-ot smooth fielding Chico Fernandez, a slap-hitting shortstop at Montreal, for one of the outfield dandies. Big names to be bandied around like that, Jju't Lane has a penchant lor the spectacular. . ; Alco Eleven (Continued from Page 161 backs have been to Fort Hill, Hag- erstowh • and ;Morgantown, 25-0. • The Campers have been in high gear since the start of the year, clipping off four opponents for an inbcaten showing this far. Coach Roy Lester's club-whacked Beall, 32-7, tripped Keyscr, 18-14, and 'inished strong last Saturday night o thump Montgomery Blair, 26-0. Lester is expected to start the same lineup which has carried the Campobellomen through the wins. Don Paye and Mike Lease have been alternating the quarterback slot and Lease, through his show- ng of last Saturday, will probably get the starting role tonight Al Andrews, Superior, Wis., middleweight boxer, plays the accordion. LITTLE SPORT By Routoii Sooner* Make Habfc . • ;, Of Beating Tcxaiis '/..A Sl '^cx;-«)-Whcn Okli-t . homa beat Texas 20-0 in the .Cotton;'.' Bowl' thfs, season It' marked ' the' fourth straight win for the .Sooners; over the Lohghorns;" . • ; ''; Oklahoma now has'beaten Texas 18 limes in 50 games. Two were", ties. The shutout. was Oklahoma 1 !- fiflh over the Texans. ^_ _ While in Cuba. Brooklyn's bigwigs—President .Walter O'Malley, Vice President. Buziy Bavasi and Farm Director Fresco Thompson —will have to make a decision in 'affair Roebuck. .. ... The Caribbean winter leagues are having-a fit.over the way Minor League President George Traulinan assigned Ed Roebuck, Dodger refer, to Mayagucz of the Puerto Rican League, where Brooklyn's sometimes^ catcher. Dixie Howell, managing. Roebuck worked for Havana of the Cuban League last winter, and (he club' has him on its "reserve" list. . .• ' Ernesto Juan Fonfrias, president of the Puerto Rican League, yes-! .erday protested the "dictatorial decisions, imposed on the winter eagues" by Trautman and Base-: jail Commissioner Ford Prick's of-i 'ice. He had the backing of Cuban; ^eague prexy Arturo Bengochea. Trautman had "no comment at; .his time." Ed lief) in is Stockholders in the Pittsburgh Pi-: rates will meet next week to name: successor to General Manager Branch Rickey, who's ; determined to step down as of Nov. 1. Joe L. Brown, son of comedian NOTICE New Location < Hank Wilson's Barber Shop " S. Centre Street Next to State Armory oe E. Brown, and a past minor ague' GM for 'the Bucs, and ranch Rickey Jr. are the likely andidales; Brown appears to have le edge. ' The Bucs also have to pick a ew manager, after giving Fred aney the gate. 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