Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 19
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD,, [THURSDAY, ' OCTOBER 27, 1955 Dial PA-1 V -4600 for t WANT *D Ttk«r Keyser Afcars Third PVC Title In Four Years ' . *•<!•:••" --. - ; " ''' Vv""',.' '. v ' -'v; ' '• -. ; • >.-•• .'•.••' • ' "•Kicking The I'oint; .j, Extra points, kicked by.the u !„ erring toe of an expert, are almo automatic in the pro league, n „. quite as steady for the collegian •j. e nd as uncertain as autumn weal" „," V^ high schools. •;; But for coach Fred "Tack Clark at Keyscr Ihe least of h T worries are the points-after tone ; , downs. In. fact-Clark hasn't ha • ft- Very much worry in getting h ,. fix-pointers as the Tornado drive n, toward another Potomac Valle Conference title. • -. • - .' But fullback "Rick Kcpharl | niakcs the task of. Clark Bomc- i what easier with Ills placement | perfection. Clark is not "kick, ing at all" about it either. Lo- 1 cal fans ; saw Rick in action j twice this season against Allc- ! gany and LaSalle. They - have | yet to see him miss the target > In five attempts as.his bnoni-' | ing hoots sliced the uprights t with the dcadliness of a guid- ' ed znisslc, 5 Actually Keyser has been press .i ed in but two games and one o | the rare times Kephart failed coul i have .proven, disastrous. Agains | Hidgeley the Tornado came ou , with a'13-7 win, Kephart-missin ) connections the first time. An ,' other counter by Hidgeley and it i. talented' place-kicker' Ken'..'Ma ; man could have given the Hawk . a 14-13 upset 'victory. But th' Hawks couldn't dent scoring territory again, their only' tally coming in the final period after , pair of Keyser six-pointers and on> perfect placement by Kephart. • • : In the Allegany nail-biter, twi weks ago, Hick's pair of conver sions loomed as. THE DIFFER •ENCE with, the West .Virginian nursing a 14-12.edge as the Camp ers' Bob Fletcher failed in both hi.s attempts:. A lasl-dilch stand by Ihe Alcomen with a touchdowi in the final 20 seconds erased thi margin, although Fletcher' again failed for Ihe third lime. ..; Since making n wide kick' against Ridgeley,. Rick' has heen a .model of-success. Nine times now he lias been called 'upon and completed his job. He made it three in a-row with the pair against Allegany and (hen stretched the string to six by splitting the liars in the, rout of LaSalle. Lasl week, as Moorefield was bcalen, 21-7, Ihe Keyscr version '.of Cleveland's Lou Grnza cndct .' his afternoon's work three imore. He'll be looking for No. .10 ,' oii Saturday . as ; Keyser.' meets - Southern at home. ; Of his 20 opportunities, Kephart j has made 15 and 12 of the last 13. .•He is far from the record set by <:Forl Hill's Don Decker hack in | 1949. but rates high in proficiency, t Decker, who later used his tal- j entcd toe for Ihe University of ? Maryland's national champions of '1953, banged 39 through the twi J posts in 1949 at Fort Hill. { Other players in the' area who < have something of a knack-for the ; one point which could'decide many > a light contest arc Hidgeley's Hart-' ; man, .Moorcfield's Harold Mongold i and halfback Jim Crawford of < Fort Hill. Ilarlman lias equalled Kep- barl in total production, but has bad 22 chances, two more than the Keyscr fullback. Crawford, for 20 attempts, has tent 13 straight and true. ' Mongold, getting fewer oppor- , tunilics. rales with 'any of the ' others as he has bullctcd 10 over • the bar after 13 Yellow-Jacket TDs. • Allcgany's Fletcher, adjusting ' himself lo the knack of loeing the ' pigskin, has come along with j great improvement in the last pair \ of starts by the Blue Shirts. After i going three for nine for the first ; 'Continued on Page 21) MEN, here is a SPECIAL BUY! W* bou-jhl 12 doicn men capr-jkin glavei in br bloit, fur lintdl S.lli SX.95 10 55.95. V/o ffO leather n and gulorly Buy _ W. ho< Iling Ih.i btfo. ironly ' « cold • THE HUB Army - Navy Sales Co. . 19 N. CENTRE STREET UpsetNeeded To Sidetrack Tornado Bid Kcygcr Plays Southern Saturday; Hawks End PVC Play Tomorrow .Barring an upset it appears a if the Keyser High Tornado cleve of,coach .Fred '.'Tack" Clark wi be'the .first team in the Potoma Valley Conference to reign as king pin in the circuit .two years rui niqg since the Moorefield Jackel of 1945-46. The Keyserilcs won the loop, tog lasl fall with an unblemished rec ord in five .games. They 'are un beaten this season for two loo attempts, whipping Ririgeley", 13-7 and Moorefield, 21-7. Both team were the. most serious contender for the title held by Keyser. Since 1937. Keyser has won si lilies while sharing one. They wer champions in 1937-38-43-49-52 an last fall while lying .Ridgeley fo laurels in 1948. Seek Eighth Win In Row Keyser will also be .gunning fo its eighth straight conference vie :ory.-whcn .facing Southern of Oak land at home on Saturday after noon. Not sinca the 1M3 setbac it the hands of Romney. in the fina ;ame of the'1953 campaign'hav he Clarkmen suffered defeat. . In the siring last fall wer Ridgeley, 14-7; Moorefield, 20-0 .Va. Deaf, 27-13; Petersburg 26-7, and Romney, 21-0, along wit he. pair .o/. conquests • this-- cam paign. .Only Ridgeley and Moorefiel avc a chance yet of gelling ii bids for the title this'time, al hough the Jackets have alread, vburid up league competition. Fo ij; games, coach Johnny Paugh' club reeled off four wins . whil osing lo Ridgeley, 22-6, ip add! ion lo Keyser. They Irail Keyse: h third place. " ..•.-. V • The Hawks can keep their hope* alive-if Ihey drop'Wekt Virginia jhool for ihe Deaf 'of Romney to lorrow on .the Lions' gridiron. The ill, originally set. as a home fra> the Hawks was moved because t the flood control, project taking 1 ie home field away; from ;Hidge ey. It-will be the final PVC ap e'arance for coach Chet Payne's eleven. They have won four times vhile taking only the one-touch- own reversal-to.Keyset',' ' Three Loop Game's Left The Tornado has three confer- nee clashes remaining with South- rn coming u|f Saturday then 'etersburg and Romney on suc- cssive Fridays before closing rap . tor. Ihe. year. Romney has it the skids since starting 'oft fast nd dropped its lasl. four games wo'in'the loop for a season tally f one win and.two losses. The Pioneers have but two more onlesls left in Ihe circuit, meet- ig- -Petersburg- in Romney tomor- nv afternoon and then playing eyser in the finale. • Circleville has hut one loss for irec games, but concludes ils •ind tomorrow at home against ranklin. The Panthers (2-2) are so Inking Ihe field, for Ihe lasl lie. Southern has fought, lo a 6-B :aw with Petersburg while slop- ng W. Va. Deaf, 40-1-3, and losing Moorefield, 21-13. The High- jnders, in their firsl ; year of VC ' competition, also must be Diinted out as. they play their rial tilt in the league Saturday. .Meet Keyscr In Finale W. Va.' Deaf, winner of its firsl ame in four years lasl Salurday ilh an out-of-lhe circuit triumph Jit. Airy Deaf of Philadel- lia, 32-fi, has been beaten in-all ircc league attempts while Poters- irg has Ihe lie against Soulhern .it.(hat's its best for five games, ie Vikings play seven loop foes nd wind up against Keyscr in elersbur'g on- Friday, Noverri- er4. : Two other, afternoon contests arc lied tomorrow with Moorefield aying at Berkeley Springs while Parsons will invade Thomas. The Jackets arc 5-2 on the season and Irounccd the Indians, 27-7, last year. Parsons won its; fourth game in seven attempts last'Fri- day with a 6 : 0 triumph over Cowcn. The Panthers have lost to Keyscr, 19-6, and Shinnston, 13-6. while playing to a 12-12 lie with Doddridge. • Thomas has played only four times with a 2-2 record. Wins have been at the expense of the Elkins "Bs" and Circleville. Parsons had little trouble last year with a 26-6 decision. -Just Comes Nnlurnl 'Chipper 9 Blye-CliipPicker Chatters On Clutch Callings • liy MAJOR AMOS B. IIOOI'LE (Multiple Offense Master) EUREKA! Mj' zillions of "gentle readers are rejoicing with me these days because at last I have emerged- in my true colors, tlie purple and gold of success.,- r'ifmph! (with a red nose?) As you well know, 'it is hot in my nature to crow, but I must modestly cile some recent predictions as being-par excellence and without equal. "Ben trovalo!":'as my llalian friends would exclaim. Your correspondent .gave you Colgate.lo beal. Princeton, and so Colgate - "brushed aside" the Tigers, for. the first time in 30 years. We gave you Auburn over Georgia Tech, and thai victory was the firsl in 15 years, ph. yes, and Florida over Louisiana State, the first lime in hislory! Others Arc Cited GADZOOKS! Other 'amazing, form reversals were passed along you as a matter of course! Jregon over California, Southern Methodist over Rice, -Mississippi State over Kentucky, Baylor over Washington, Duke over Ohio State —•har-rumph! And,' last week , hu'zzah! We liar completely ignored those so-callec experts. -Yes, many of them should )o receiving the tender missives which have been pouring into. niy office when some of my upsets lave been doubted. We needn't -continue with more self-appraisal. Remember it was •our correspondent.-who gave you 'ittsburgh over Duke and the Texas Aggies, over Baylor. And, also, West Virginia Deaf over Mt Airy as the Lions won their, first contest in'four years. These are usl samples of Hoople' wizardy. There are olhers in the making, nicy ones which will be, offered. Yes, blue-chip picks with the tang if the aulurnn air. .. - -•• Old Boy Goes French | "Sans'pcur et sans re'p'ro'che." what gives now?). Heh, hch. Ex- use me, I thought I was deliver- ng my overseas edition of prog- losticating soccer- and rugby cores for my European followers. L reply to the writer who aid, "Q'est' que-vous dit?" when WIZARD AT WORK Beall Booters Edge Indians Beall Higifs hooters will ha second place as their target this afternoon when they play host to runnerup Bruce of Westernporl in Frostburg. The Mounlies move( a step closer. to the .slot yesterday by whipping.-Ml. Savage, 3-2, or the Indians', field. '•• If Bruce 'is beaten and defend' ing-champibri Valley'takes Flint stone across tomorrow in their, til at Barton, the Black Knights can sew up their'third straighl loop crown. Bruce has four games lo play and Valley two. .In tomor row's olher action. Bruce will be host lo Ml. Savage. Yesterday's game . saw Beal scoring the winning goals in.the last 10 seconds-, on boots by-. Pau Fram and Fred Broadwater. The Indians' pair of counters, were both registered by Tom Stevens, one in :he first period and the second in the thfrd'canto. • - - - : . Dale Folk's goal had put the Mountaineers in front in the firsl quarter. . ' stounded at some upsets passed Eagles Trip Leaders . In Froslbiirg League long their way. (in other words e proclaims forecasting scores 'without fear and without re- roach", in answering the query whal did you-say?"), Bui we have more important latlers al hand (finally). ,wjll .llegany and'LaSalle out to settle Id scores tomorrow .evening a he local stadium. Gad! • I've only een wrong once in supplying out- onies* .for both my fine teams they arc his now?) -Har-rumph! Perseverance, palience and.punc uaiity are all traits of a Hoople won't adhere to 1 evasion pf. the act al hand. I'm undaunted, fear- ess, aslule (come on,, dear wjndy) nd callous when need be; b'elievc ie dear readers, (he's also cvas- 'e despile his denials). With rapidity now, after days of loughl and elimination through lalhemalical process, here arc ly winners—Allegany. Forl. .Hill, call.,Ridgeley. Moorefield, Kcy- r, Romney, Franklin and Parins (all Ihis dislance just to be t down so). : . . : With'equal ..aplomb I must zip irough other forecasts .with just • (Continued on Page 21)' NATIONAL HOCKEY New York 6. Dcti-oll 2 Toronto 2. Montreal 1 Vine-Way Knot 11 ACC Untied GREENSBORO, N. C. Uli—' The roc-week - old pass inlerceptidn cadlock in the Atlantic Coast oolball Conference was finally rokcn last Saturday, with Mary- md's high-scoring halfback . Ed creb and Duke's 'No. 2 quarter- ack, Dale Boyd, each snaring one icmy aerial to move ahead with irce" interceptions each. •• It still leaves a. tie for the ACC dividual lead, but it's a two-way eadlock instead of a nine-way tie s last week. As it is, Clemson's harlie Bussey' and North Carona's Ken Keller each intercepted ne Saturday lo join seven' other .ayers tied behind Boyd and Ver- 3 with two interceptions each. Boyd rates a slight edge over cr'cb with 29 yards in returns lo ust nine for the Tcrp star, ACC ervice bureau figures show. Fight Lasl Night ' By The Associated Press MIAMI BEACH, Fl».—Jolinny Holmnn, 2031S, Chlcngo. knocked out Do'nrdwalk Billy 'Smith. 175^. AUantic City. 7. . The last-place Eagles tightened the race-in the Frostburg Tenpin League by knocking oyer the pacing Lions, 2 1o. 1. This enabled DAV, 2-1-victor over Recreation Alleys, to move within a came of the lead. The Eagles were led to victory by, Jim Porter who posted a 224 game and 570 set. Oilier leaders were Paul . LaRue, 212 and Joe Colosimo, 504,' Lions; Rich Schri er, 221 and Larry Slianer, 5<_, DAV, and, John Thomas, 203 and Harry Winficul, 535, Recreation. Piedmont League To Map 1956Plaiis RICHMOND, Va. Wi —-Officials of the-Class B Piedmont-'League gathered in Richmond -today to map plans for the 1956 • baseball jaspn. Judge Ben Campbell, of Petersburg, Va., the president, said he didn't expect the. circuit .to take my immediate steps toward add; ng an cighlh member lo replace Norfolk, Va., which dropped out at midscason lasl year. Do YQU Know about our Homeowners Policy? This policy lies into one neat package ,all lhe : insurance a homeowner needs ;' .. . It'- provides in ONE policy more prolcclion 'than ... was formerly' available in three or more . policies. . . ; . One of bur Representatives Will Gladly Diicuii This Wondyful Plan With You . Geo. W. Brown Insurance MISS H. ELIZABETH -MOWN '. . . 0«m,.-and Manager. 6 Morbt SI.. '. t Phone PA i-4JfJ Fiee Clicnl Pinking ACIOH.the BRUNSWICK BOWLING HEADQUARTERS Front Royal, Sentinels In Night Battle Vitli bolh Allegany High an LaSalle scheduled lo wind up drill this afternoon lor their city clas tomorrow evening,' Ihe once'-beaiei Fort Hill Sentinels have a six game victory siring lo prolcc when Ihey invade' Front Royal Va., tomorrow night. '; The Red Shirts made their'next to:lasl home appearance in whip ping .Hagerslown,' 20-14, lasl Fri day and have 'only Ihree more games on the 1955 card. West minster will 'be met away .nex Friday, and'.then''comes the; an nual Turkey; Day-:battle agains Allegany. . According to coach-Bill Hahn o Ihe Red Raiders (his morning, -In may be forced lo make one changi in his starling backfield. Half back Clarence "POoch" Lewis suf fered a.sprained ankle'in Ihe Hub City lilt last week arid may be used only sparingly with speedy Join Kesler taking over his slol. Tackle Dale Hillegas has .a cold and while both he and Lewis have been w&rking.oul Ihey have been forcei lo'lake it easy this week. The Sentinel .band of nearly Hi members along with approximate ly two busloads of students wil attend the game which gets under way at 8 o^clock. Any other.students planning tc attend may. purchase tickets a Fort Hill for-a student price. Al those at Ihe game will be at adul prices only.. ; .'The Sentinels haven't lost.since the 14-7 U setback by Morgantown (W. Va.l.'High:,in the opener. Vic tims have been Northwestern- o Hyattsville,.-;.12-6; LaSalle, Martinsbui'g, 21-0; Beall, 43-0" 20-0 Handley, 23-7, .and Hagerstown. • The game- is the third agains Warren County High (Front Royal wilh Ihe,Wildcats having yet to win against the'.Iocals. Fort Hil won in 1039, '28-22, and last fall 41-6. Brown Voted Week's Back LOS ANGELES -IINSI- UCLA tailback Sam (First Down) Brown who treads softly but-carries a big stick of dynamite in each leg shrugged today that he became International News Service "Back of the Week" by just, doing what comes naturally. The unassuming, 173-pound line wrecker attained the lille by shred ding the defenses of Ihe prow Iowa Hawkeycs lasl Friday night m Los Angeles lo the tune of three .ouchdowns as he led his.Bruins :o a 33-13 triumph. But he looked, a bit bewilderec vhen asked to explain his style ol never-quit running lhal lefl the owa lacklers gasping desperately it. unoccupied space. Finally he 'entured: "I wouldn't know how to dc- ;crlb.e .it. I just gel out and run, guess. I have no gimmicks. 1 ust watch whal I'm doing and do But the ascendance oi the little v'egro physical cducalion sludcnt sn't as simple as ail lliat. Only •ear ago, he was known ^as Mr. numblcfingers of. Ihe Bruin learn, hen on ils way lo Ihe No. 1 na- ional ranking. Open Monrfoy Evenings fof Vow Convtnience . \ Balls, bags, shoes,.shirts Iprig.and short sleeves, women's and men's styles. SPORTS SHOPPE 55 N. Centra St. . v PARKVIEW PACKAGE STORE 82 GREENE STREET CORNER JOHNSON STREET LIQUORS • WINES • BEER ALL KINDS of CORDIALS BRIDGE CLOSED PLENTY FREE PARKING Psychological Stops Or IYot ? Claassen Sees Navy Winning By UAliOLD CbAASSEN NEW YORK m— .One,' plenty of headaches— also letters—picking Notre-Dame, to lose a football game but that'is 'the. choice .this week./. It is the Knlitc'K. Rockne memorial game at South Bend and Notre Dame pull, .all Ihe . psychological lops. • "•'"- ' Should this forecast come true it wjll. be because of George Welsh's pifale : bold. ahlics as the Navy,quarterback.. -. .-, ••>' ..-.-.' Tliis blueplale'special 'prediction >-the, highlight of the season's seventh' week.: Last week there were 37 correct selections among Ihe 53 picks .for a ..699 average, lowering the'.ieasojj's^tolal to .734 on .199 correct choices; and .72 incorrect. ones. ..-'•' -..'>• .... • ';,• Other sections'this week-- •. / Tcrps In Breeze „ Maryland over;South Carolina: By three touchdowns, ;.at- least; Michigan State over Wisconsin: Clarence. Peaks rejoins the Spartans after a week's vacation:. West Virginia over Marquette: Two- goorl teams' oppose one average eleven in this one.- Georgia Tech over Duke: A pair of chagrined bowl candidates take out on each other.- - . Miami over Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh learns all about Hurricanes in one wild afternoon. , Skipping , over, the others in a hurry: -- -.- ; East: Penn Slate" over .Pciin, Rutgers -over- Delaware, 'Army over Colgate. Richmond' over Vil- Innova, Yale over Dartmouth, Holy Cross'over'Syracuse. ' : \ Michigan Over Iowa , .Midwest: Nebraska over Kansas, Ohio Stale over .Northwestern,' Iowa State over Drake, Illinois over Purdue,-Indiana-over Ohio University, Michigan over Iowa-.; Oklahoma over Kansas Slate, Soulhern Cal over'Slihnes'oia. -'"' j South: Mississippi over Louisiana State, .Tennessee over North Caro-j lina, Auburn over Tulane, North] 'arolina Slate over F u r m a n.i ieorgia over- Alabama, Kentucky over Rice. Vanderbilt over Virgin- Virginia Tech over George, Washington, William & Mary over Virginia Military. Penu Avcuue Cops Touch Grid Tide Penn Avenue scored in every; jeriod to whip Johnson Heights, 36-0, yesterday and win the South-l ern Division title in the Cily Rec Touch Foolball League. Penn Avenue will nice! Columbia Slrcet. Northern Division champ, for the "ity title Salurday, it a. m'., al Stilchcr Field. [ In a playoff for fourth place inj the Northern and Southern divisions of.lhc Grade. School League. East Side downed Ml. Royal. 12-0,1 j'cslerday, >ENN AVENUE IOI1NSO.V IITS. ToiR-hdnwns: Pc.nn Ave. — H. MaHEc* !, Mnrklpy, Hauscr, Dcatclhnuscr. John- ;n'n His, — Smilli. UT. nOVAI '. 0000-0 SAST S1DK ,...60 B 0-12 Touchdowns: Halt Side — Barnhartij larrison. Southwest: Texas Christian' over Baylor, - Soulhern Methodist over Texas, Texas Tech over West Texas -Stale, Texas A' & • M' over THOMAS-. PARSONS \rknnsas.<' Far .West: Oregon over Idaho, College of Pacific over Washington Stale, Washington : over Oregon Stale, UCLA over California. ..'• Parsons Defeat^ " Thomas Hi, 20-6 Parsons High marked up its fifth grid win: in eight games yesterday 'by blasting Thomas, 20-6, at Parsons. The game was moved! up fiom Fuday because of ai teachers' conference'. • ' The contest .was : "the finale for the Bears .who .finished with t'wol wins and ..four setbacks..' 1 . Parson';*) will play Philippe and Elkiirf'yetf before closing shop for the season.! 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