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Wai PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1955 FIFTEEN West Virginia Considered By r . ;• . -. _. • _ . '• . ' • • t/ CottpiiBowl PALLAS::* i-- ! Th'o Cotton Bowl today was looking to the Army- Navy game Nov. 26 possibly to provide the, visiting team. for the rich bowl' classic. • Felix p. 'McKnight, president, said no school had been contacted, but the bowl wi|l b.egln approach; ing some schools soon. ^ He expressed- keen interest in Jjavy if that school'goes through the season with an outstanding record. The Cotton Bowl also is inter csled in Auburn, Mississippi Slate, Georgia Tech and West Virginia. "We are looking at the records of these schools and in a week or two. will start making contacts," MeKnight said. . He said the bowl was particularly interested in this week's games - matching Navy -'Notre Dame, Auburn - Tulane, Georgia TJech - Duke, West Virginia- Marquette and Mississippi State- North Texas State. McKnight said-he didn't know what Navy's attitude was toward returning to the Sugar Bowl a second,>straight year, but the Cotton Bowl would be interested* in getting the winner of the Army-Navy game if that team had a good record. . Th.e host team must come from (he;'Southwest- Conference.• Texas A i M is currently the leading contender for the title, but is not eligible for any post-season game. This was a penalty placed on the Aggies by the conference for over- eagerness in recruiting. .'hose tempo seems to be rising each week, hung a 56-21 haymaker in their strongest Big Seven rival, Colorado. 1 . . This brought .Oklahoma's average scoring superiority, to 22.4 points per game. The average ad- usted rating of Sooner opponents las been 88.8. Adding 22.4 to 88.8 lives'the'Wilkinsons their No. 1 rating of lli:2.. Michigan, rated on top for several weeks, dropped to second and Maryland jumped from fourth to hird. . . . • Other leaders, their records and winning scores of last. weekend, re: No. 2 Michigan (5-0), 14-13 over Minnesota; No. 3 Maryland (6-0), 34-13 over Syracuse; No. 4 Michigan State (4-1), 21-7 over Illinois; No. 5 UCLA (5-1), 33-13 over Iowa; and'No. 6 Texas A & M (5-1), 19-7 over Baylor. Rank and ratings of the Power :ndex Top 50 follow: Baylor Bears Suspend Five WACO, Tex.—(INS)—Five members of the Baylor University football team, including three firsl string linemen, were suspended for breaking training rules. George Sauer, Baylor—athletic director and head football coach, announced the disciplinary action yesterday. The players' were center Jim Taylor, guards Dugan Pierce and Dan Miller, quarterback Jimmy Davenport and halfback Paul Caver. Sauer explained that the five players were tossed off the squad for an infringement of training rules which occurred in the early morning hours before the Baylor- Texas A&M game Saturday. SKATE Tonight Rock & Roll 'Lots of Fun For AH' Thursday Night Halloween Mask Skating Carnival Grand March 9:30 Thursday Night The Lucky Girl On Skates? ARMORY hi Dunkel's System • •: By DICK DUNKEL '.PAYTONA BEACH, .Fla.— (Special) —Oklahoma registered its 24th straight collegiate football triumph last Saturday and, in so doing, advanced from.third to first position in'the Power Index rankings. The Soohers, Led At Plate By Newcombe NEW YORK 1/H-Big Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers, who led the mi winning pitching Life Picture Unfair, Says Head Of Colts BALTIMORE W-President Don Kellelt of the Baltimore Colts.said last night a Life magazine picture ca'ptioned "A Slugging in Los Angeles" was "completely unfair to one of our players,' Don Joyce." The pictue in this week's copy ot Life was one of several accompanying an article on professional football entitled "Savagery on Sunday." It showed Les Richler, Los Angeles Rams guard, lying on the 'round in obvious agony with his headgear some distance away. Says Rlchter Aggressor The descriptive beneath the picture read: "Les Richter, 240-pound ....111.2 Kentucky ..,.. 96.7 guard of Los Angeles, rolled on the pinch-hitter, had 10 hits in his lasl Oklahoma - Michigan 109.5 Wisconsin Maryland 109.Z Arkinsas . ... MIcK. Stale ...103.0 Florid; ..-:• U. C. L. A 108.1 Duke ....... Texas A i M..107.1 Tennessee .. Notre Pame ..105.5 Ciemion — :. U 104.7 Iowa ..: Calif 101.6 L. S. U v 104.5 Tulane urn ..• 102.7, Vanderbill .. C3a. Tech 102.5 Colorado ... Miami, Fla. ..101.3 Stanford — W. VlrKlnla ...100.9 Penn State . S M. U 100.Z Tex. We«t'n Baylor 100.1 Purdue Ohio Slat 99.8 Minnesota .. Pittsburgh 38.8 Houston U. . Miss. State ... 98.7 Rice Mississippi ... 98.1 Illinois Army 37.1 Ocorfla .... Miami. 0 97.1COI. PacUlc . Syracuse 97.0 Holy Cross . Texas 97.0 Coleale Washington .. 96.8 Oieson jround in agony after being slugged by 255-pound end, Don Joyce, of the Baltimore Colts. Joyce, infuriated by a block thrown on him •g-; by Richte'r, tore off the lalter's helmet, which has a face guard, and hit him. Richter wound up with 14 stitches and Joyce with fine."Kellett said movies of'-the game ;how Joyce was defending himseli and that Richter was the aggres. Pops, Penu Glubs Score Touch Wins The second game in the playoff )r the championship of the South- _rn Division Grade School Touch Football League is set for today with Johnson Heights playing Virginia Avenue. 4 p. m., at Penn Avenue Field. . Penn Avenue whipped Virginia Avenue, 24-0, yesterday in the first contest of the playolf. Along with Johnson Heights and Virginia Avenue, the winners had wound up in a deadlock for first in the circuit with 6-2 records. The victor will meet Columbia Street, Northern champion, Sat. urday; U a. m/, at Stitcher Field for.the city crown. Ronnie Manges passed for all of the Penn Avenue counters yesterday with Jim Markiey receiving three on .gains of 40, 20 and 15 yards. 1 Ken. Deatclhauser got the ilher from 25 yards out. Pop's Place pushed over touch, downs in the first two quarters to down Penn Avenue Bears, 12-2, in the "A" Division of the High School League to run their unbeaten string to six. The loss was the second in seven games for the Bears. Davis intercepted a pass an: ran it hack for the first scor while a Reed-to-Payton aerial counted for the second. The Bear scored a safely in the third perioc Pop's PI: i Arenue nrsrs .. by Jor leagues in percentage h 1955, also' topped the • hurlers in batting with a sizzling .359 aver age. Newcombe, a lefthanded batter collected 42 hits in 117 times a >at. Seven-of his safeties were lome runs, breaking the National jeague record held by Hal Shumacher .of the New York iants and Jim Tobin of Boston A 20-game winner on the mound Newcombe drove in 23 runs, also smacking "nine doubles and one .riple. He batted 21 times as a pinch-hitter, netting eight hits for sociated Press also showed today hat Ruben Gomez of the Giants vas the only other regular pitcher o bat .300. He hit it on the nose vith 18 safeties in 60 trips. Mickey McDermott of the Wash ngton Senators was the American ^ague's . leading batter among jitchers with a .263 average. He lad 25 hits, including four doubles and one -homer. The lean lefty batter, also frequently used as a sor. He said: "The picture . . woulc lead the layman to believe tha: Joyce was guilty of dirty footbal. tactics. . . "I would normally prefer to let the incident go without comment. But the incident has continually been rekindled in print without an answer from this club in defense of Don Joyce. Actually Joyce needs no defense. Nol Guilty "He was not guilty of dirly football. He was not the aggressor in his widely talked about fight with the Rams' Lcs Richter. "I offer the movies of the pla> lo support this claim. Our films . . . show that Richter first threw an elbow at Joyce and then grab bed his shoulders and kneed him in the groin. The only recourse Joyce had was to defend himself "He tried to throw Richter away from him bodily, and in the scrim mage Richlcrs helmet came off Joyce did not slash Richler or punch him with the helmet. He held it out straight and when Rich ter rushed at him, he ran into it "If somebody kicked me in the groin, I would hit them .with the goal post ... I won't stand to see this boy criticized and his reputa tion damaged when Die charges arc unfounded.". Although he didn't, Kellett might have added thai Life's title "Savagery on Sunday" was misleading. The Colt-Ram game was played on Dec. 5, a Saturday. The Colts won 22-21. • - .381 mark. Figures compiled by the As 17 at bats. Willard Nixon of the Boston Ret Sox was- runnerup to McDermot with .261 on 18-for-69. Sentinel Jay vees Top LaSalle, 13-0 With halfback Thud Roy ac counting for all the points, th Fort Hill grid jayvees blanket LaSalle's junior varsity, 13-0 yesterday at Fort Hill. The win was the sixth for the unbeaten Little Sentinels and second by 13-0 over LaSalle. All. the' Sentinel counters came in the third period with Roy in tercepting a pass for a 25-yar< scamper and returning a punt 6a yards for the second.' Mike Me Cullough's pass to Roy for the extra point after the second TD wound up the point making. The Hilltoppers will wind up thi season next Monday by meeting Keyscr here. Other wins have n over Circleville High, Beall Romney and Keyser. Opals Cop Shutout [n Gem Dux League Opals grabbed the only shutou n the Gem Ladies Bowlin: League with a 3-0 white washinj of Rubies while Diamond won ove Turquoise and Pearls stopped Sap phires, both by 2-1 tallies. Leading team scorers were Ka; Leighty, Opals, 162-462; Theres Poisal, Diamonds, 153-421; .Loi Wilson, Turquoise, .158-416; Wild Baker, Pearls, 156-405; "Jo" A erlon. Sapphires, 130-380; Maxin alentine, Rubies, 138-374. o o t o— Davis, Ree •aae Rrsrs . Touchdowns scored (Pop's Place). Penn ATtnue » " i- "— VlrtlnU Avenue 0 B 0 IU. Touchdowns scored by Jim Mtrkley Deatelhauser (Penn Avenue). Coach Phil Watson of the Ne' York Rangers predicts that Lorn Worsley will be the best goalie i the National Hockey League th seoson. SAVE SAFELY BUY KELLYS Special TRADE-IN Allowance ;f For Your Present Battery |Dur Me* KELLY DRY CHARGE BATTERY ! Faetory-Frc»h UM Our Ea«y Pay Budg«t Plan KELLY TIRE SERVICE 119 So. Mtchanic T«l«. 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Haney also formerly managed he old St. Louis Browns and Hoi- wood of the Pacific Coast Lea- ue. • His home is in Los Angeles. Navy Remains [n Contention For Bowl Bid laceys And Vets irab Liquor Lead Racey & Lynn and VFW rode nto a tie for first place in the outh End Liquor Dealers Bowling jeague by marking up shutouts to aunch second-half play. Raceys lanked Democrat Club and the els polished off Exports, both by -0 tallies. Wonder Bar nipped Outdoor Club nd Decker's Bar tripped Spa Bar, y 2-1, in other matches. Spa's Mel Dean took.high game •ith a 226 while Everett Clem of Deckers rolled a 624 set for top onors. Clem also had a 212 game. Other team leaders were Charles lobinette, Raceys, 186-519; Fred orbin, Democrats, 168-441; George Hixenbaugh 200 and "Butch" Johnon 430, Outdoor Club; Joe Grimm 04 and Rich Clay 521, Wonder Bar; Cecil Grimes, Spa Bar, 536; 'aul Moore, VFW, 202-494; "Ace' Drew, Exports, 181-439. :age Officials Meet A meeting of the Western Mary and and Eastern West Virginia ioard of Approved'Basketball of icials will be held Thursday, 8 L m., at the Loyal Order o; loose Home. 'iglits Last Night • By The Associated Press NEW YOHK — Uidwlg Lightburn 18?i, British Honduras, oulpolntec oclne Khalfi, 136H, Algeria, 10. NEW ORLEANS — Charley Josept J9W. New Orleans, stopped Samm] Vajker. 154, Holyoke, Mass., 8. BALTIMORE Iffl — Navy is not .) bo counted out of playing in a post-season .football bowl despite general opinion* to the contrary, The Baltimore News-Post reported :oday. The newspaper in a story by Frank Cashen, staffer regularly assigned to Navy's football team lointed out there has been nothing said .officially yet that the midshipmen definitely won't consider an invitation. It also said not to expect any denial or confirmation of its availability at this time. That will have :o wait until'after the Army game Nov. 26. The Navy undoubtedly would not consider a bowl if it loses to Army, the newspaper said. This was the case last year when a Sugar Bowl invitation which hac Deen in hand for some time was accepted the second after Navy seat Army 27-20. Navy had lost earlier to Notre Dame and Pitt. Opinion has been abroad that Mavy would not be a bowl candidate this year after a pre-season statement by Capt. Elliott Lough- Lin, director of athletics. He told a news conference that it was his opinion Navy wouldn'i accept two straight bowl bids. He added that would be his recommendation to other authorities at the 'Naval Academy. Since then he has emphasized several times that it was only his personal guess. The last word rould have to come from the Sec retary of Navy. . . The feeling is that pressure wil be put on both the Secretary and those who run the academy to take a bowl hid if the team record is meritorious and includes an Army victory. The record is well along in tha direction with five straight victor ies and no defeats. Two of thi toughest hurdles are next in or der, Notre Dame and Duke. Afte that, it's only weak Columbia be fore Army. Even if Navy should lose one o the three before the Army game it still would be counted as bow timber. Despite its two losses las season, it trounced Mississippi 21 0 in the Sugar Bowl. Many people were surprised las year when Navy took the bid. The; were under the mistaken impres sion then that the academy had a (Continued on Page 161 Joe L.Brown New • Boss At Pittsburgh \ PITTSBURGH — (INS) — Joe L. Brown, son of comedian Joe E. 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