Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 20
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Dial^PA-2-4600 • for, « WANT,AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. • MD., THURSDAY, OCTOBER ,27 t 1955 TWENTY-ONE 'Rotten Deal,' Says Expelled Baylor Player BEAUMONT^ Tex. HV-A former Baylor star, expelled from the team and suspended indefinitely from the university, said "We-got a dirty, rotten deal," and that coach George Sauer , could not prove that training regulations had been broken, , . ; ' Dan Miller, a • Bear line star, said on his return home lo Port Neclies "1 am not bitter.and 1 speak; only for .myself. Some peo- \>)e want to get.me a.lawyer and prove .my innocence, but 1 just don't want lo go into that. As long as Mom and Dad understand, then I'm not going to. worry."- ; Miller and four other team members, including two additional regulars, were expelled from the squad Monday for allegedly'break- ing, training" rules last Saturday morning before the Bears lost a 19-7'game to Texas AJ.-M, A game in which (He Bears were thoroughly outplayed, .in the line, .':;"•''' Miller said-that the coach had accused the players of being in a night-club at 2:30 a. riij on. the morning of the Aggie game."There is no Texas night-'club open at 2:30 a.m.,". Miller said. "Coach Sauer; couldn't' prove a thing.oh.us; I; \yish • he .would do so, if he can. The coach'said thai a freshman had called him lo .report that we were'lhere. The coach would not r'eveal ithe- name of the freshman." "j' • At Waco, Sauer. could not be reached immediately, for comment. Miller said he/wished to enter a public denial that he earlier had admitled guill. - . "I had been sick with the flu and had taken penicillin .shots. That's why 7 got sick and couldn't play (he lait half. The Aggies did betler in.the last half thanT.they did in the first half," -he continued. adding (l) .that Jersey Joe Wai- cott hit him much harder than did Venerable Archie, ° and (2) Moore really, got under his. skin with his campaign for a title fight. "Sure I was sore," said Rocky. "He even sent me- personal letters, daring me to fight him." . Next Defense in .June Due to the government's healthy bite out of. his .ring earnings, Rocky confided; it isn't profitable Lo fight more than twice a year. He figures the next defense of the crown will be in June. Day In Sports (Continued from Page 20i TODAY'S | SPECIALS | OPEN TIL 9 P. M. | '53 Ford,. $1395 S E Crutlint Victoria. Radio, heater, ~ ov*rdr!v«j'rwo'lani paint, bitttr- 3H «w«*t body and cream top. On* f'49 Packard $2951 ~ 4.door, radio and heater. A v*ry ~ clean tor Inttdi and out. Priced = fighl. § '49Ford,,.$2951 8 'cylinder Cuilomlin* Tudor. Heater and overdrive. Good, chfap transportation. 'E Call for Demonstration, E I St. George I MOTOR COMPANY ' f = CORNER 5AIEM t S. CENTRE S = Phone PA 2-3456 i fnnimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiir? Rocky Willing To Meet Archie Moseley Sccis GW Toughest Game To Date AgaiiiH Vu MicWants Fight' . LOS ANGELES (/PH-Heavyweight champion Rocky Mar'ciario is perfectly willing to fight Archie Moore again, provided the public wants a rematcji and Archie "wins a couple of fights in the next few months." So Isaid the champ here' today, dash yet . . , Halfback Eddie Cecil bettered his 59-yard punt return ping-his'way for 89 and a tally in the victory over Martinsburg last week . . . His running, male, Bob Fletcher, • had nothing"'else in his mind other 1 than the end lone as he planled the ball there in the same game at the end of an 87- yard kickoff runback-. . . They are all No. 1. heys, in their category. . . . Slippery Jerry IJannas of Romney holds the longest jaunt on a pass jnterceplion for a score as Yes,'he-added, the winner of ne went through Franklin for 70 Ihe coming rematch between Nino Valdes-Hurric*ane Jackson "would move 'into contention."-. yards . . . Teammate Ronnie Pyles look advantage of a blocked punt against Berkeley Springs, played alert ball and 'before he knew it had raced 25 yards for a Pioneer TD . .'. The cousin combination of quarterback Toby Colaw three games. Bob has come back halfback Fred Colaw at Southern Blair and Martinsburg. The powerful defensive lines of both Allegany and Fort Hill, '.along with explosive .offensive bursts, could'make the up-coming Turkey Day clash a standoff. If you' happen to visit . either-training, cnmp and sec both Crawford and • Fletcher with their heads down, do.'.'t bf alarmed, they will just be ^getting • ready to get their fobt Into action. And, practice makes perfect. Sports Spattering!! Two of the high school football elevens^ boasting the best records in the district, Allegany and Fort Hill, also show^ the way in "Long Gone" scoring sprees as the grid season enters (he final month of the 1955 grind , Fullback Don "The Hammer" Hammersmith of Fort Hill's once-beaten Sentinels has ripped off the longest run from srhnmage with his 89-yard burst off tackle against LaSalle topping the "onc-if-by-land" attempts of !he perhaps hundreds of ground ilays made during the season . las three of its players as front- runners' in punt returns, kickoff. runbacks and fumble recoveries When center •surprised not 'or .touchdowns . . Pete" Charuhns against Montgomery Blair by zip- j^' . By The Associated Press Virginia Tech Coach Frank Moseley believes Saturday's 'Southern Conference ' football game with George Washington at Blacksburg,: Va., will be Tech's.toughest tilt to Moseley said today the Tcchmen will "need to play our best. 1 honestly believe. George Washington has the finest team oh our schedule to dale." > In yesterday's practice session, Moseley watched fullbacks Don Divers and Hayes Burieson and halfback Corbin Bailey display some fine running. Stress Pass Defense George Washington concenlraled on'pass defense. The Colonials'.also did some passing of their own, with quarterbacks Ray Looney and Bob Sturm doing the throwing. William &' Mary, gelling ready for ils conference clash with Vir- 1U ginia Military at Williamshurg, Va. „„ probably will start Chet Waksmun- wilh five of eight finding the range High took almost the whole field in in .the bailies againsl Mongomery gelling a pass to. click for six points as Ihe Highlanders losl to Moorefield, 21-13 ... on a play covering 82 yards, 17 being consumed by Toby's 'pass; Fred fled the. remaining 65 after tucking the ball inlo his grasp and the Jackets had themselves scored on in the longest pass-for-score spree of this . Notable by its absence the name • of Moorefield's fall was George Holt as unbeaten Shepherd College clinched the 1955 West Virginia Inlercollegiale Conference football championship Saturday night-. . . The Rams saw West Virginia Tech drop.out of contention by losing to.Morris Harvey, 43-14, when Shephen" was romping over Davis and Eikins. 47-6 .. Halfback Holt, the "red-hot" man of the Shepherd offensive, was on the bench the entire game with a leg injury George is the High School field in Winchester, Va. There are plenty of po- tentioal college football prospects in the area this season and bird- AUegany's. unbeaten powerhouse dogs from tne nation's ivy-covered institutions would do well to altend the Martinsburg-at-Beall game io- morrow night Although the Mountaineers are way down in the won-and-lost column, coach Ray only his coach Roy Lester but even , IuII is way up on four of nis p i ay '. himself, probably, by scooping upi ers as collcg( , ma | cr i a i Hagcrslown fumble in the Hub lninks cenler Bm Fcarcr City, he didn't stop running unlil poun ds). lackle Roy Niner be had crossed the goal line 55 - yards away . . . Nobody has come close to the "Golden Greek's" probably ski in lackle Bob LusH's place Saturday. Lusk is recovering from a knee injury and although he will see some aclion, he won'l start. VMI worked on punt protection, pass offense and defense against an aerial attack. End Joe Papetti and halfback Eddie Dugan will serve as West Virginia's co-captains in Saturday's interseclionai battle at Marquette. Coach Art Lewis put his squad through ils roughest work: out of the week. Theodose Will Return Tommy Theodose, Richmond's star quarterback who hasn't started a game in a month, will be back at his old posl'Salurday when the Spiders invade Villanova. Furman, without, a victory in six games, went through what Coach Homer Hobbs described as the year's most satisfactory scrimmage in preparing for Salurday's day's foe, that Coach Jim Tatum turned to the sophomore Tamburello after Maryland had staggered 'through its first five games with two victories, two defeals and a tie. Tamburello directed Maryland lo decisive" 20-0 victory. Maryland hasn't been beaten in ;i games since Tamburello took charge. Real 'Take-Charge' Guy In fact, he takes charge so completely you have a feeling that while Coach Tatum admires it he isn't entirely sold on it. "He's gol a lot of imagination, he likes lo do. his own' thinking," says Talum. "He's nalurally cocky and confident he can score any- ;ime he wants. : 0nce he gets ahead he likes to try things and tries to put on a show." leading scorer for the Rams, but S ame wiu > Norlh Carolina Stale his absence wasn't loo sorely felt at Furman. as indicated by the one-sided re- Coach John Sauer didn't find suit . . . By the way, nearly 2,000 things so rosy with The Citadel's fans saw the game at James Wood practice session, however. He said the Bulldogs, who play at Wofford tomorrow, "didn't look too sharp." Davidson ended drills for Saturday's game at Stetson with a two- hour review of assignments. Washington & Lee worked on defense, and special work on timing was given the team's newest quarterback, Jack Daugherty. W i- L planned to leave today for St.Louis where Ihe Generals hope lo record Iheir first victory against Wash- For The Best In HOT DOGS- HAMBURGERS Hot Plate Lunches AUTO ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 24 HOUR SERVICE LOVERS LEAP SERVICE STATION The Narrows . . . Rt. 40 Phone PA-4-3292 poi Felker and Bob Wolford could go far in college ball and they also want a chance (o continue their education. Hull (212 inglon University. (2301 pounds! guard Jim Martirano ti3S|p xipVTI Gridtlers pounds) along with backs Andyr *•*— - • " " Ilullt - r » In Kayo Over Billy Snu(h- MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (IXS)- Chicago heavyweight Johnny Hoi- man scored a seventh round knockout over Boardwalk Billy Smith of Atlantic City, ,N. J.. last night at the Minmi Beach Auditorium. Holman, a 7 lo 5 underdog, caught up with Smith in the sixth round of the nationally televised fighl and knocked his opponent down for counts of nine and eight with a series of lelt hooks and jahs. In the seventh, the big Chicago boy. switched tactics, sending a crushing right (o the head which finished Smith in 1 minute and 43 seconds of Ihe round. Cliosen For All-America RICHMOND, Va. Mv-Brnoe Bosley, West Virginia tackle who was named Ihe Associaled Press Lineman of the Week, has been nominated for the 1955 All-America foolball. team. - Bosley was one of four members of seventh-rated West Virginia's unbeaten and untied team to be nominated by the Southern Conference regional screening board. The olher West Virginians were halfback Bobby Moss, quarterback Freddy Wyant and guard Charles Howley. Five other players also were nominated, including center Jack- Prater'of Virginia Tech, fullback Frank Pajaczkowski of Richmond, Connie Tuza of The Citadel and quarterback Dick Belton and ;ackle Lylc Llewellyn of Davidson. iiniE SPORT Terps Unbeaten Since Tambo Took Over Year Ago Saturday By GEORGE BOWEN : COLLEGE PARK, Md. (/P)—Frank Tamburello celebrates his first anniversary Saturday'as Maryland's quarterback and perhaps its best ever. It was Oct. 30" last year against South Carolina, Sat- 'Chipper' (Continued from Page 20) the warning.that it will be Iowa over jMichigan, Minnesota over Southern California,' Navy over Notre Dame, just to cite a .few of the blue-chip specials I had promised. Now go on with the forecast, friends: SCHOLASTIC AIlefiDT "0. L»S»1lc 0 Forl Hill SO, Warren Count? « Heall 19. Mirtfmhurf 14 RIdieley .11.-W. V*. Deaf 7 MooreHeld 21. Berkeley Spring* I! Franklin 18. .Circlet-tile It Romney 3t, Petersburg 1 Keyset 28, Southern 7 lUrerjlown 33. Frfdrrlek ft Northern n. Be»ll "Bs" IX COLLEGIATE Potomac Stkte 28, Concord 13 Maryland 37. South Carolina 6 West VtrstoU 31. Marqnette 13 VPI 18, Georj* Waihlnglon I* Richmond 23, VUlauora. 6 Shepherd &>, G*H»Ddtl 5 Pitt M. MUral (Fla.) 20. Colgate II. Army 13 Princeton 13. Brown It Columbia 10. Cornell 7 Ymte SI, Dartmouth U Holy Cross 11, Syr»cu»« 13 Penn State 16. Penn 7 Purdue 2(1. Illinois 16 Iowa 14. Michigan 1 Kaniai 20, Nebraska It Mlchljin State 22. Wisconsin 13 Minnesota II, So. CillfornU 7 Colorado CO, >H*iouri 13 Ohio State 14, Northwestern 7 Navy II. Notre Dame 7 Alabama 1!1. Oorfla 10 Te*»» A. md M. U, Arkaniai U Auburn 20. Tnlane 13 TCI. CbristL-a 11, B»ylnr C GenrcU Tech 13. Duke 7 Klcc 19. Kentucky 13 Mississippi 27. Ls. State 14 Tennessee 19, No. Carolina 13 Texai 21, So. Methodlll 21 UCLAUO, California 13 Washlnrton II. Oregon State 7 Myileria 1. Hrform U. 0 "Do yoii approve?" Tatum was asked. JI As long as he stays ahead," he replied wryly. .That he didnM, endorse it entire- y was gleaned from his recpllec- ion that Bernie Faloney, quarterback of Maryland's 1953 national champions, "used to stick to his sitting. You .could, sit on the lench and call the next play ahead of him." tt , 'Steel-Trap' Mind With Tamburello; he's never lure. Neither is the other .team." Tamburello is one of the quickest quarterbacks to change plays after coming out of the huddle. "He has a steel trap mind," says fatum from the admiration standpoint. "He calls plays with aston- shing perfection." Tambureilo runs and tackles with a devil-may-care freedom. As passer he has completed 23 of 42 for 386 yards and three touchdowns. ' If possible, Tamburello is better on defense than offense. "He is death against passes and he is one of the surest tacklers I have ever seen,"-extols Tatum. I AMERICAN HOCKKV ovidence 3, Buffalo 2 JOBIU Cumberland Oil Go. , MJ. Phon. PAtk.i.w 4-09M A FRIENDLY with one B.EER difference... Getlil ttaaitijMfim^^g^g-'• ' J ^Sf • ' ''^g^^r;^ili:;. : :. 16 CO M P A N Y,' C U M B~E R LAN D, > MAR Y LA N D. Colls, Packers Clash Saturday BALTIMORE —(Special)- Twi earns which suddenly have am lions of championship considera on in Ihe Western Division of the ational Foolball League come to ether Saturday night when tin reen Bay Packers and Baltimon oils square-off under the lights in lemorial Stadium. The Packers arid Colls, a coupli "have nols" in Ihe pasl, bring denlical' 3 and, 2 records int aturday's 7:35 p. m. game, ctory for either the Packers 6 osses will enhance their aspirin;, opes- ol staying. with the leader the Western bracket of the NFL Upward of 35,000 fans will be o and for the nocturnal struggl hich features the appearance o ovin Tobin Rote. Social Outcast 'Alternate' ' ?or International Race LAUREL, Md. ifi - Alfred G. 'anderbilt today announced, a [ualified acceptance of an invita- ion to race Social. Outcast in the Vashington D. C. International icre Nov. 11. Vanderbilt notified the American ielcction Board he had accepted m invitation for Social Outcast to ompete "as an alternate" to Yaffic Judge and Duke's Lea. . • The board had invited Ihe 5-year- ild gelding as a Ihird American nlry, in addilion lo Traffic Judge and Duke's Lea, marking the first ime three American horses had seen asked to run. JOE THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING $ COATS PANTS and $ * fj BREECHES ...:. lit i Halloween Mask SKATING CARNIVAL TONIGHT ARMORY Motor Experts Prefer DuPontZEREX for winter-long anti-freeze protection against freeze-ups, rust and corrosion Motor experts, men who know cars from A to Z, put their trust in the top- quality anti-freeze—Du Pont "Zerex." 91 % of the starting drivers in this year's world-famous Indianapolis 500-mile race use Du Pont "Zerex" in their own personal cars. 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