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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MOi WEDNESDAY, i' OCTOBER 26, 1955 Dial PA-2-4SQO -for. «.:,,WANTED, ^ "'Although he didn't contribute Single point, Paul Thompson has been credited with a big assist in George Washington University's 16-0 footfall victory over William and 1 Mary this past Saturday. n; The fo r m e r Bealf High 'standout from Midland led the defensive charges every time . the. Indians Paul Thompson threatened to shoot a scoring arrow or tomahawk their way into the end zone along the ground. -,- William and Mary got its big .chance with a penalty and punt -runback to penetrate beyond the Colonials' 20-yard line in the sec end period, but GW held. -Later .Thompson was all alone on severa nice tackles as he harried W & M -passers and dropped them fo losses. "Bubbles," as he is known here, also caughl three passes. This upped his total for the season to seven receptions good for 125 yards." . This is considered pretty good since "Bubbles" is regarded by GW opponents as the team's most dangerous receiver and is blanketed every time it even looks like the Colonials are going to pass. GW, by the way, has won its last four games, but the toughest part of the schedule lies ahead. The Colonials will play Virginia Tech, West Virginia, R-i c h m 6 h d and Maryland in that order. Thompson will get a chance to renew old hlgh'school rivalries in three of those games. Dickie Beard, formerly of Fort Hill, plays for VP1, Jim Hoffman (Allegany) and Jerry Landis (Fort Hill) are with Richmond and no less than six onetime Fort Hill griddcrs are at Maryland. They are DickBittner, Ron Alhey. Gene Alderton, "Lynn ' Beightol, Harold Hull and John McVicker. Posies From Fairmont •^When- Fairmont State College took the field last week in its game against Salem, five of the Falcons' .starting 11 players were boys from ,'Jthe Cumberland area. The' higgcsf surprise was "." Dick Rank, former Allegany ; High fullback, being at quar- ,.». terback. And Richard did okay •^ In his new position, playing flawlessly and running hard, as ' ' evidenced by his average gain of 6.7 yards per carry. Figures are furnished by Tom Merandi, student sports publicist for the little West Virginia college, who also reports that Bob "Ook" Andrews,' late of Fort Hill, showed ,,jood punting "savvy." On three •kicks against Salem, Andrews averaged 43.5 yards. Coacli "Deacon" Duvall has had lots of praise for freshman Andrews this season and said the running of "Ook" in the Salem battle was supreme. With Fairmont deep in its own territory. Andrews pulled the Falcons out of a hole by carrying for 12 yards and, then for 18 to put the ball in midlicld. From here. Rank maneuvered the Falcons' victorious touchdown drive. Andrews averaged seven yards for the game. Merandi says Rickey Harris and Bill Dove (both of LaSallc) have displayed fine line play. Harris plays Ms old guard position on offense and end when Fairmont Is on defense. Jim Orr (Beall) also ran well, averaging 17 yards on three punt returns. Bob Reiber (Allegany) is seeing a lot of action, but hasn't been starting. He is handicapped by a'hand injury. The Cumberland area also figures in basketball at Fairmont State where practice "began yesterday. Ronnie Phillips, who played an Important part in the great record compiled by last year's championship team at Ridgeley High, impressed in the Falcons' initial workout. "Ron's two-handed jump shot and fine ball handling brought smiles to Paul Dnvis, the basketball coach, as he looked over the freshman crop," Mer- andi concluded. Sports Keg Residue Dickie Beard hasn't been able this season to match his great halfback play of last year at Virginia Tech mostly because of injuries... Coach Frank Moselcy is looking for Beard to return to form this week against George Washington. ... Tiic 175-pound former Fort Hill High star .inrscd injuries from heel to hip a' wek ago and was used sparingly in the Virginia victory. .. The week's rest may be just what Beard needs to regain his sensational style of 1954 when he led the Southern Conference in ground gaining Frederick F, "King" Lear, who conduct. cd a baseball tryolit camp in Cumberland about 15 years ago for the Pittsburgh Pirates, died several days ngo in East Orange, . N. J.... Lear, who was-61, had a trial with the Philadelphia Ath. Iclics and later with the Cubs nnd Ciants.,, He was a nimble per. former al Ihf piano and also-was .; (Continued on Pigi 15) Alco Eleven ' . Undefeated For LaSalle Engagement By JIM DAY Times Scholastic Sporls Editor A powerful defensive line which has allowed only 41 points in five games, • plus a veteran, mobile backfield. That is the test waiting LaSalle High when the Explorers tangle with the undefeated Campers Friday night at the stadium. The .North Centre Strecters, whose attack has been sputtering most of the year and clicked bul once in routing Petersburg,-' 32-13, Alco-LaSalle Yardsticks ALLECANT ' LA SA 59 ; First Downs 54 First Downs Rushing 5 First Downs Passing First Downs Penalties .... Lost On Downs 26 ........ Passoj Attempted 8 Passes Completed Passes Intercepted By .... . Passes Incomplctcd Yards Gained Passing .. Number of Punts 23.6 .:.. Averase Yards Punts Fumbles 8 Own Fumbles Recovered — .. Opponents Fumbles Recovered >.. Penalties 210 Yards Lost Penalties 1274 Yards Gained Rushing 174 .;;.;. Yards Lost Riishlng 100 ...Nets Yards Gained Rushing... I24S Total Net Yards Gained 18 '. '. ... Touchdowns ..., Touchdowns Rushing . ...' Touchdowns Passing 2 .... Touchdowns Punt Returns .. Touchdown Kickoff. Returns .. 1 ... Touchdowns Fumble Recovery . Extra Points Attmcptcd ... B Extra Points Completed .. .... Extra Points Placements ... 1 Extra Points Running .... 117 Total Points ' 23.4 .... Average Points Came .... will be."odds-off underdogs to the odds-on favored city rival." Statistically reading the five- game rundown for.both teams, the hampers hold every edge. In victories . they are four-tip, LaSallc having only the triumph over Petersburg while losing to Fort Hill, 43-0: Keyser, 29-0, and St. Francis of Morgantown, 19-14, while' play- ng a 13-13 deadlock with Bedford (Pa.) High. Campers Explosive Allegany whipped the same Keyser team, 18-14, while not meeting :he other four LaSalle opponents. The Campers have shown ex ilosivc power this yenr, along ivitli the ability, to hold a drive until reaching pay dirt. The best llustration was the come-from- >ehind attack which sent Keyser down to its first loss. The march started on the Alco ten with both he clock and the upset-hungry orward wall of the Tornado presenting the obstacles with Keyser n front, 14-12. Eddie Cecil ended the suspense vith but 20 seconds to go as he tiled over from the one-yard away nd Allegany had an 18-14 triumph. Long runs also have developed nto another Camper specialty the >ast two contests. Four counters lave been ripped off on dashes of jetter than 50 yards. Cecil ripped lis way 59 yards on a punb return n the Montgomery Blair tilt while slipping his way 85 yards on the same kind of runback against Mar- .insburg. Others Also Ramble Halfback Bob Fletcher tucked in a kickoff on his 13 and wound up n the cud zone of the Bulldogs for an 87-yard score. Fullback Don 'Ducky" . Perdew, returning to action, wound 'up the scoring against Martinsburg by cutting his way over tackle for 77 yards. Three limes-AlIegany has dented he enemy end zone on passes with Cecil lofting a 22-yarder to end Bonnie Dick to spell defeat for lagerstown while also connecting vitli quarterback Don Paye for the first Alco score o! the year in (lie win over Beall. The latter one consumed 15 yards. Fletcher was also on the receiv- ng end of a' 12-yard aerial from 'aye in the Mountaineer fray. Other than 11 TDs on rushes,, cen- .er "Pete" Charuhas scooted 55 ?ards for the first tally against .he Hubs when he recovered a 'umble by fullback "Tubby" Stoter. . The Alco aerial game has helped oosen up the enemy defense, but lasn't been the niost effective of- ensive weapon' with hut eight completions in 2C attempts. The stout defense work by Allegany las also been exceptional' with only 15 passes by the foe finding 'ricndly hands in 5V tries while 1 Allegany defenders have pilfered eight. Rail Handling Improves The apparent "butter-fingers" of coach Roy Lester's team has been mproving, not to the likes of the opponent. Sloppy ball-handling in .he first four games was evidenced '.n 18 miscties and Uie loss of the ball seven times. However, against .he Bulldogs, the ball was misc'ued only three times, with one being recovered. LaSallc, suffering heavily from (Continued on Page 15). LOOK OUT BELOW—A football doesn't starid a chance of staying together when Herb Diedrich pounces on it. He-weighs S35 pounds,. stands five feet, eight inches and is only a junior at Dundee, 111., High. Herb wears'the .biggest football uniform ever worn—size-,58 pants, a 62 jersey. / BeallToBe At Full Strength First time For GameFriday With'another; tough'opponent coming up, coach Ra Hull of the Beall Mountaineers at last his team is at f u strength for the first time this year. . . Coach Hull stated this morning: that when Martins burg brings its club to town Fn " VCAA Punishes day night, the Frostburgcrs will at peak strength and added lliat "we will need it as Marlins- jurg has been one of the most im proved teams in the area in re- cent.games." Hull, like his rival mentor at Martinsburg,' John Cobourn, had a complete rebuilding job facing him this fall. Only one regular relurn- ed from the 1954 eleven in half- rack Andy . Felker. The Bulldogs lad only - center Frank Hawkins. It 'took both teams a few con- .esls to get a good combination. Beall took it on the chin from Hagerslown, 20-7; Allegany, 32-6 and Keyser, 21-7, before clicking. Soulhern of Oakland was its first victim, 27-G, then came Fort Hill. • Hold Fort Hill Although being beaten, 20-0, by lie highly-favored Sentinels, the t-iounties surprised many with a sparkling game and made a fight of it down to the final whistle. Then-Ilomney was taken across, 28-13,.' and last week coach Hull lad a chance to rest, his team for .he remainder of the schedule. "The boys are in fine spirit and .'m really .happy about their atti- .ude, for the game Friday," Hull stated this morning. "We have our "irst-string inlact for the first time nnd hope this Friday's game will ie the one to get us. back and rolling." The Bulldogs also look several pastings in opening frays. They were dunked by Morgantown High, iVaynesboro and Fort Hill before taking Charles Town across. Hagerstown won wilh a last-half, rally and Allegany took a 2-7-14 win last Friday. But Cobourn also-feels his team s rounding out now and ready to nake trouble from here on out. Game Set Back The game has been set back un- .il 8:30 p. m. instead of the usual i o'clock starting tiiiie. The half lour difference will be to allow latrons to attend the contest fol- owing the Halloween parade in .he Mountain City. Hull also said that the Beall 'B" team will meet Northern in Frostburg at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. The Huskies, playing the ;ame for the first time this season, are one of the three undefeated earns in the district. Coach Denver Mitchell's eleven, m a limited schedule against mostly "B" squads of: the. area •chools, have won twice whHe ilaying to a 6-6 drav. against the Meyersdale (Pa.) "Ri". Wins have iceii over Terra Alta, 13-7, and the Southern "B" eleven, 38-0. Jnbc Miirquard Takes Third Walk To Allar BALTIMORE — (INS)—Richard W. (Rube) Marquard, former pitching slar for the New York iants, stepped up today at Baltimore for his third walk to the altar. - . - . ' The bride will .be Mrs. Jane Htenheimer. He gave his age as 66'but said he "wouldn't dare" tell low' old Mrs.. Ottenheimer is. Marquard achieved fame .with he Giants from 1908 through 1915 md still holds the major league lurling • record of 19 conseculive 'ictorics. ' Trio Of Schools CHICAGO W—The universities o St. Louis, Baylor and Wichita hav een punished 'for. violating th >!CAA athlelic code. A one^-ear probation was ham d to St. Louis by the IS-man cou il, the NCAA's policy-directin ody. The lesser punitive moasur I a reprimand was given to W hita and'Baylor. The probalion, which places S .ouis under <surveillance, was fo "violation in offering a prospc ive athlete more financial aid tha ic rules of the Missouri Valle Conference and NCAA permit. The reprimand, more or less ublic slap on the wrist, was give aylor for providing transportatio the prospective athletes on ampus visit. Wichita's reprimand came on iolation of paying transportatio osts of one prospective athlete I ic campus. At St. Louis, Athlelic Direclo d Hickey said the penalty resul d from the activities of an alum us without the knowledge of th niversity; ANTI>FR»Z> OTMSKSU HOTtCTS YOUK CAK FKOM FKCEZE-UPS, ACIDS, ftUSt AND COMOSION load', Rosewall Vlay Change Plan SYDNEY, Australia Wl — Jac <ramer arrived here today to dan le his bag of gold personally un er Ihe noses of Lew Hoad an Cen Rosewall - amid increasin ints that the two young Aussie nay join, his professional tenni our. "If Kramer has a new offer, I' ive him a good hearing," sai 'oad. "I almost accepted his firs Her." Hoad and Rosewall, the 20-yea; Ids who won back the covete Davis Cup for Australia this yea ejected .Kramer's pro offer les lan two weeks, ago, They sai icy would, work for Australia porting goods companies and con nue to play amateur tennis.' Now apparently, they're waver ng. ' - 'ighlx Last Night Sa.xlon Jack 8y The Associated Pre HOLYOKE. Mm.— Johnny ilW, Brooklyn, oulpoinlrd 'Brier,, J-tQ^S, Hartford, 10. SEATTLE— Buddy McDonald, 143^, E lonton, knocked out. Rixon Jioxsey, 14 snttle, 9. ' FRESNO, Calif.— Cirlu Chavcs. as Angeles, > and Jimmy Duprc, 14 ompton, Calif., drew. 10. 'THE UlCKy GIRL ON SKATCS"? THURSDAY NIGHT Halloween Mask SKATING CARNIVAL FUN-FUN-FUN On Th« Link Rollers ARMORY Pacing Valley Battles Back] ToTieBriiceA WMI SOCCER LEAGUE Valley, Bruce Bcnll Mt. Savige FliDtstone Today's Gam* Dealt nt Mt. $avage Thuuday Gara* Bruce at Beall Bruce High's; inspired Bulldogs stopped the; all-conquering ways .of :he charging Black Knights 'from Valley yesterday • at .\yesternport, although unable to defeat' the Western Maryland Interscholastic Soccer League , pacesetters. .Final :igures;'showed .a 2-2 deadlock. Coach Leonard Ritchiels -.-B dogs- appeared . headed • for the' big- est upset of the season. They led :he runaway Knights by a 2-1 score with -only- a minute and a half remaining. "At. this point, however, Ronald "Butch" Young stepped in id- -prevent 'disaster- by booting a field 'goal .which gave Johnny. Meyers' hooters the. tie. Valley took a i-0 lead in the second period, on Groypr Fazenbaker's field goal following 'a corner -kick by Robert "Cokie" Robertson. Billy Bennett, 'however, tied it up for Bruce in the third period when lie registered on a head shot. With six minutes remaining, Clyde Beard, 1 Bruce inside left, hooked a shot from the 40-yard mark to pill- the Bulldogs ahead. One more Valley victory coupled with a Bruce loss would give the Black Knights their third consecu- live league title. Valley has only him two. more games ..on its schedule '' while Bruce must:play four. Outstanding; players in jester- day's game were "Sonny" Fortney, Bob Kertesz,. Clyde. Beard and Frank -Welsh of Bruce and Goalie BUI Moffatt, Sam Brooks, "Butch" Young .and Robertson of Vjlley. The Beall-at-Mt. Savag^" 1 game' was postponed yesterday because the two assigned officials were not available. This game has been reset for today. .' Johnson Motz Wilkinson Robertson Po>.~ ' Bruce (2) Valley (5) Goat "Dawson -. .'. .Moffatt R.B : • RlKBlns .../. Stcelc LB • Fazenbaker :..; Laudcr LHB . Fortney Brooks > ear. CUB .Kertesz HUB - Carder OR . IR B. Bennett ; Young CF A. Welsh ,.. Duckworth IL Beard Mongold 01. . F. Welsh Fazenbaker Score by period: BRUCE 0 0 ! 1—2 VAtJjEY Field goals scored by Bcnrd. B. Ben- pit (Bruce); G. Fazenbaker, Young CValley). : Substitute: Valley—Jlobcl. Officials — Cecil Warnick and Tom Lewis. Johnson Heights Gains Title Bid Johnson Heights gained the right to play Penn Avenue today for the championship of the Southern Division of the Grade School Touch Football League by nosing out Virginia Avenue, 13-12, in an extra- jeriod . tussle yesterday at Pcnn Avenue Field.' Virginia.Avenue took a 12-0 lead the second and third periods when William Younger ran 47 yards for the initial touchdown and massed to "Scotty" Cliles for the other. Johnson Heights tied it up in the fourth quarter on Mike Miller's pass to Eugene Hare for the first score and Colin Smith dashed 35 yards for the other six-pointer. The Johnnies outfained the opposition in yardage to win the »ame in an extra period. The winner of today's game will play Columbia Street, champions of the Northern Division, for the league title. JOHNSON HEIGHTS ..0 0 0 12 t—13 VIRGINIA AVENUE... 0660 0—12 Touchdowns scored by Younger, Cliles (Virginia Avenue); Hare, C. Smith (Johnson Heights). Yank Boxers Lose LONDON-(INS) —England defeated the.U. S., seven bouts to :hree, last night in an international amateur boxing Wembleyi tournament at Tatum 'mfa Terps Have •-V'O.'v- -'"O By GEORGE BOWEN .'.-., _ _ t ....«_^i_^ •'•'", .-.''CbLLEGE PARK; Md. (/?)—('This team"'ha'a .mqre deptfi," said coach Jim Tatum today when asked to'com- pare, his currently No. 1 Maryland' team with his 1953 national champions., He might have added it's a lucky thing for him. For he. has. been plagued by ah unusual number o injuries. ".-':''' . But Maryland has rolled alon; with' victories. over Missouri UCLA, Baylor, Wake Forest: Norll Caroiirfa and. Syracuse. Remain ing . in the'..'path of'Maryland' third undefeated season in the pas five are South: Carolina, Louisiana State,. Clemson and George : Wash *:igton. . ' . Lack Breakaway Runner Of the. 1955 outfit, he said:; "It doesn't have any_break'awa; runner like Chet HanuFak or. Die: Nolan, but we had nothing in.back of them either. This year,' behind Ed. Vereb and (sophomore) Jac Worries Grid Healy' we..have Dave Niisz' am Howard Dare who are almost a good at least on offense. . "This year's second team also i belter than two years ago." While this year's backfield 'is no flashy except. for quarterbad Frank Tamburello, it moves stead ily behind a line that is the fast est and .as good as any Marylam has enjoyed. - ,' - ' One of the surprising features of Maryland's success is that it ha. been achieved without a real full back. TomNSclcp, a 195-pound let terman ? was supposed to be it. Bu he turned up with a knee injury on the first 'day of practice that pu for good.- Line Depth Helps Tatum reached among a -ganfy o halfbacks to.pull out Fred llamil ton and Phil .Perlo, both sopho mores, 'and make them fullbacks Hamilton weighs 169,'Perlo 175. It was Hamilton who threw thi key'. :i i>lock for the 17-yard touchdown run by Vereb to win 7-0 ovei UCLA; . . Maryland's depth in the line alsi came in handy. At one time or another, Joe Lazzarino, Ed Heur ing and Al Wharton—all tackles- were hurt. So was Bill Walker second team All-America end las Coach Tatum's stock answei when asked his rating of • players as individuals is "that I wouldn' trade him for any other college player in the country." But he can't hide entirely hi: extra high esteem for Tamburelli at quarterback, Vereb at halfback Bob Pellegrini at center, Mike San dusky, 240-pound tackle, and Walk er and Russell Dennis on the ends Tatum is .varying the .split-' more every year. He's"even'usinL an unbalanced line once in a while But the option play in which tin quarterback either pitches out o: keep's still is a dangerous threat On the face of it, Maryland's last four opponents do not offer any pitfalls to its selection as the Atlantic Coast Conference rcpre sentative in the Orange Bowl. Holman Favored Over Billy Smith MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Wl — Big John Holman of Chicago will out weigh Boardwalk Billy Smith o Atlantic City, N. J., by about 25 pounds when the two ring veterans clash tonight in a nationally tele vised fight over the 10-round route Holman, who' has. knocked, .oul Cesar Brion and Ezzard Charles, will enler the ring at .about. 202 pounds and is an 8 to 5 favorite Smith, who built up a series 01 \nockouts before he was stopper iy Paul Andrews in Miami, last December, hasn't fought since then jut was the .-No. 1 challenger for the light heavy crown at that time. Boardwalk Billy has scored knockouts and 58 victories in r ighls. Among his victims have been Archie McBride, Gene lones and Willie Bean. 'A year ago Smith belted out Harold Johnson in two rounds and has lost only to Andrews and 'Archie; Moore since 1951.. ' have such fine .-'? taste and complete satisfaction been united into one.whiskey You'll be proud to serve Carstairs . TINT 4/S'QUAKT Hlii /.«0/ TOMI CARSTAIRS DISTILLING CO., BALTIMORE, MD., LOUISVILLE, KY., BUHOtPWHISKEV, 16,PROOF, 72* CHAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS Doby Peddled To White Sox By Cleveland CHICAGO Ifl — Slugger : hunting Frank Lane is gone. -but the .Chicago. White Sox finally may have nabbed their long-sought cleanup batter in outfielder Larry Doby of the Cleveland Indians'. Late.. yesterday, they traded slumping shortstop Chico Carras- quel and .light-hitting outfielder Jim Busby for Doby in a straight player deal. Doby, 30, a..long-ball' swatter with a .291 average last season, was coveted by Lane, long before the trade-minded .general manager, moved to the St. Louis Cardinals. It was Sox Vice President Chuck Comiskey who finally landed him. ..- ' • . Doby should be the cleanup man missed since big Gus Zernial was traded.away in 1951. The -i departure ..of. Carrasqiiel, who batted .256 and drove across 52 runs last season, was no surprise. Once regarded as "another (Phil) Rizzuto," ,the man from Venezuela was a hot-and-cold player. Chico, who is .27, probably will be replaced by rookie Luis Aparacio from Memphis, although Jim Brideweser and hustling Carl Peterson will push him. Busby- batted .239 last season. Top Teams Score Ladies Dux ^ius AH five matches in .the Ladies City Bowling League were shutouts by the top teams as pacing Blue Bonnets won the weekly forfeit while runnerup Pyrofax -Gas blanked Chicken Boost, thii'd- place Owls Nest shut out Queen City, fourth-place Racey t Lynn whipped Southern Bar and Sherman's slopped Capitals, all by 3-0 scores. Esther Mason of Queen City posted high game with a 200 and a '131 set total while! Blanche Harriman was set leader with a 158-4CO total for Owls. •" Olher team leaders were Mary Ellen- Helm, Blue Bonnels, 156420! Margaret YantornoV ' Shermans, 108-429; Margaret Hartley, Capitals, 133-370;' Racey i Lynn, Kay Leighty, 16fM«; Jean Cooley, Southern, 166-4-18; Lola Taylor, Pyrofax, 196-456; Betty Swann, Chicken Roost, 127-374. SOUTH BEND, Ind,.W1.- Ml Dame coach -Terry •Brennan,' Navy will be-the "toughest'•._ hall learn" his Irish'.will face all year and his biggest worry, is over Middle depth. .'.-.- : (| .j:. 'I can't understand.how twe^e' been pegged a one-touchdown '.fji- r orite over an undefeated lean),." said Brennan. "Personally, 1 Ihink Navy should -be the favorite ,a"rid if nothing else the' game-.should be even." . •'' • .,- --,,-.---,'r, Navy Ranked Fourth v '/ft Navy ha? a, 5:0 record . and ' ranked fourth in Uie AP poll. Irish have won'4 of 5 games, losing to Michigan State, .and are ..ninth in the poll. ...•/. ' . 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