BIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, .1955 Dlil PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Ttkrt The University of Maryland' No. 1 ranked team in the Associ . aled Press football poll and once beaten George Washington con tinued their merry ways on Sal urday as the Terps routed South Carolina, 27-0, and the Colonials dumped VPI, 13-7. Only Georgi Washington expected to have trou hue. And Ihe Colonials did, bu came up with the one-touchdown victory over the Gobblers. Two players who learned their foolball at high schools in the dis trica played key roles in the tri umphs. for the Terps it wa: . quarterback Lynn Bcightol. a pro tcge of Fort Hills Bill Hahn. For the • Colonials it was Paul "Bub bles". Thompson, erstwhile Beal slar who served under Ray Hull. Their roles were different, hut equally as important In contributing to their teams' conquests.' Quarterback Beightol Is the highly-publicized Sentinel star who is finally getting his chance for the slate university. Thompson, an end. took off with much less ballyhoo, but developed Into a star almost from the start. According to stories this morn- ingSn the Washington Post and . Times Herald they were up lo their shoulder pads in Saturday's bat- llesr Jerry Davis, Beall High graduate and-fonner part-lime sports writer tor Ihe Times who is now a stafl reporter for the Post in coverini GWlgames, has this to say:about his^tformer schoolmate in Frost- burlj and the Colonials; "•pf its five victories this sea sor£the most important one so far for^fieorge Washington University wag its 13-7 conquest of Virginia Tech Saturday. The triumph kept the"?Colonials in the running for tiienSoulhern Conferenc? title. "Without its solid defensive play, il'sSliighly unlikely that GW could have pulled through so handsome, ly.'&fo matter how hard VPI tried, it (couldn't buckle the knees of thrf line. 'SDf them all, the guy you have to single out is End Paul Thomp soiE a two-way performer wilh an •abundance of talent. ^.''Virginia Tech's most unsuccessful venture against the Colonials was trying to chop down Thompson with a block o"ii end runs. If he was knocked down, Thompson climbed ifack to his .feet In time to make the tackle. "Early in the second period, Thompson was kicked hard on the ankle on a. VPI punt return and fell to the ground in pain. While he was getting his ankle relaped, the Gobblers marched 69 yards for their only touchdown. . "The 6-2, 200-pound junior from Midland, Md., got back into action in the third quarter and from then on, VP's offense, was stalled. Thompson swept through to toss Dave Ebert for a 6-yard loss in the fourth period lo pul a crimp in a desperate attempt by VPI to catch the Colonials. "Besides being a fine tackier, Thompson Is the' best friend GW's secondary has. ]lc continually rushed VPI quarterbacks Billy Cranwell and Leo Burke, hurrying their throws and not 'giving them time to pick their targets. "His offensive help wasn't much in demand against Virginia Tech. GW "only tried nine passes wilh its ground game in high gear. Thompson can calch them, though. He' has snared eight passes for 13?: yards this fall. Last year he was'-the second best receiver in thc : .,Southern Conference wilh 13 receptions for 194 yards and a touchdown." ' • The Colonials will have their hands full again this week, meeting eighth-ranked West Virginia In Griffitli Stadium Friday night. The game will undoubtedly decide the Southern Conference champion, both (35ms now having won all three starls. Many area followers of both GW and WVU arc expected to attend the game £Qich annually is one of the 'timghest for the Mountaineers sjid could vault the Generals Mo the national picture if they g^tld upset the unbeaten West Virginians. •c* BSghlol 'Depth Example' tfSth only three more regularly- scheduled games lo go and.then a !s5re-shol as the Atlanlic Coast Conference's representative in Ihe Oijjsjige Bowl, Maryland has "Iwo teams" which have been getting nopfce as about even following the vidbry over South Carolina Satur- daJC [f II was Lynn Bclghtol's upark- Hfig showing Saturday which Bulled the "second team" lo |«romlncncc. Today's story In U)c Post gives the inside J.'ttuff" of Beljhlol'i field fengalshlp: KVou liy lo talk about Ed Vereb or.-jmaybe Bcightol, Phil Perlo, Howie Dare, or Dave Nusz and the Maryland coaches turn you >S;Almost to a man they persist Injjclllng you, 'We have two great blocking lines which clear (he way, Mill .wonderful depth all around.' "No, 1 Quarterback Frank Tarn , (Continued on Page 9) Michigan Terps Retain Second Slot, W. Virginia Now Seventh By TONY GALL1 NEW YORK (INS) -Michigan's stirring, come-from-behind victories may be giving the Alumni palpitations of the heart but they're keeping the Wolverines on top of the college football world. . For the second week in a row the Wolverines pulled one out of the fire to continue as the nation's Top Ten Teams In INS' Ratings NEW YORK-(INS)-Here arc the country's top ten college fool- ball teams, with won-losl records in parenthesis, as voted this week by International News' Service's panel of experts: 1. Michigan (6-0) 2. Maryland (7-0) 3. Oklahoma (6-0) , 4. UCLA (6-1) 5. Michigan State (5-1) 6. Notre Dame (5-1) 7. West Virginia (6-0) • 8. Georgia Tech (6-1) 9. Navy (5-1) • 10. Texas Christian (6-1) and Texas A & M (9-1-1) >Jo. 1 team in the eyes of Interna- ional News Service's panel of experts. On the ropes for most of the game against Iowa Saturday Michigan thrilled a homecoming crowd of 72,906 and a nationwide :elevision audience by. scoring two quick.touchdowns in the'final 3-V4 minutes for a 33-to-21 victory, its sixth straight conquest of the year. The INS pane! 'of 'East-West P ast weekend. Shrine game scouts Bernie Bierman, Andy Kerr and Francis J Powers: spdrtscaster Harry \Vis : mcr, INS columnist Bob Considine and INS sports editor John Bar- ringlon continued to vole undefeated Maryland runnerup to Michi gan for the sixth- straight week. Sooner* Hold Third aten Oklahoma rei :hird in the "top ten" .rankings and :he rest of the balloting went this vay: (4) UCLA", -(5) Michigan State,' (6) Notre Dame, (7) West Virginia, (8) Georgia Tech, (9) toy and (10) Texas Christian and Texas A i M. Southern California, in eighth ilace last week, was dropped from he select circle because of its 25-j o-19 loss lo Minnesota. Tulane's 7-lo-13 defeat of Auburn cost thc| 3 lainsmen lenth place. The first ietback of the year dropped Navyi our places and advanced conquer- ir Notre Dame a notch in the bal- oling. • Although Hie score was not indicative, Michigan 'was closer to defeat. Saturday, than its. 14-to-13 close call at. Minnesota tiie week icfore. Trailing,'21 to 13, with only nine minutes left, quarterback Jim Maddock put on ah aerial show hat started on his own nine and ended with a scoring pitch lo Bon iramer. With 3-14 minutes left, Maddock hrew a. 60-yard pass to end Tom Maenlz for Hie winning louchdown :iid with only seconds left wing- lack Tony Branoff ran 31 yards hrough the left side of Ihe llawk- iye line. 'Vereb Paces Terps Maryland retained its toehold on econd place with a 27-to-o con- uest of South Carolina. Halfback Ed Vereb scored on jaunls of hree, ten and 19 yards, returned in interception 32 yards and com- ileted .a pass for 13 yards. He [ained ; 111 yards in 14 carries. Oklahoma rang up its 25lh Iraight victory by mauling Kansas State, 40 to 7. Halfback Cleton homas scored two of the five ouchdowns in the first half. UCLA shut oul California, 47 to with fullback Doug Peters and aiiback Ronnio Knox each scor- ng twice. -. Walt Kowalczyk starred in Mich- gan State's 27-to-O lacing of Wis- :onsin by scoring two louchdowqs, me on a 72-yard run, and selling up a third with a 37-yard return if an interception. Once-beaten Noire Dame whaled he tar oul of previously undefeated Navy, 21 to 7, before a record South Bend home crowd- of 59,475. I was the first defeal in nine james since the Middies losl lo the jish last year, 6 lo 0. Notre Dame scored 21 points he- ore Navy could get its touchdown •ia Ned Oldham in the 'final quar- er, running through Ihe counlry's No. 1 defense for 323 yards. Navy quarterback George Welsh outpassed rival Paul Hornung, 155 In South End Sweeps yards to 18 with .12 of 20 pass completions, bul came oul on Ihe short end of Ihe celebrated battle ictwccn the Iwo signal-callers. Hornung Sparks Irish Hornung drove over from ihe wo for the first touchdown, set up he second wilh his hafd running and clever calling and threw 15 yards lo Gene Kapisli for the final TD after intercepting a Welsh pass. Unbeaten West Virginia scored our times in the first 18 miiiutes vhlle whipping Marqueltc, 39 lo 0. George Volkert scored Iwlce .as Icorgla Tech posted Its sixth win, 27 to 0, over Duke. The elusive running of Jim Swlnk and Charles Curtis paced TCU to its sixth vie ory, a 28-to-6 decision over Bay or. And Jlm"Wright's touchdown HISS to Lloyd Taylor pulled out a '•7 lie for Texas A&M ngalnsl Ar- ;nnsns. , Other top scores Included! Vole 'TRAFFIC JAM — Joe Perry, 49er fullback, breaks through the Detroit Lions for 14 yards with the aid of a good block from a teammate on Leon Hart (82) in this fourth-quarter action yester- day at San Francisco. The 49ers handed Detroit its sixth straight loss, 38-21, lo remain in contention'for ihe Western Division-, title. (AP Photofai) Thrown off stride by a loss in :heir opening game, the Browns took over their customary sole pos session of first place in the East ern Conference yesterday with 26-20 victory over the Chicago Cat dinals. Until'then,-they had Bee n a tie for first with the Pills lurgh Steelers, who were blanke by Philadelphia 24-0. Confusion in West Loop In Ihe Western Conference, how ever, all was confusion, with onl he suddeniy-fangless Dclroit Lion nit of the championship, picture Chicago's rampaging Bears thrci he race inlo a deadlock by claw ng the Los Angeles Rams 31-20 to he Bears', Ihird straight victory This left Los Angeles with a'- 4-' ecord and in a deadlock with Bal imore, which nipped Green Bay 4-10 Saturday night. San Francis :o stayed in the thick of it with a Moss Clinging To Point Lead In Dixie Loop • 'By The Associated Press Halfback Bobby Moss clung li .he. foolball scoring lead in tin Southern Conference as he and hi: West Virginia leammales remainet undefealed and untied over the Moss has 48 points. He made six of them Saturday in West Vir ginia's 39-0 triumph over Mar quelle. -The victory was the Moun :aineers' sixth. Leo Burke Third Trailing Moss is fullback Frank pajaczkowski of Richmond, who scored one touchdown in the Spi dcrs 16-14 loss to Villonova. Pajac zkowski has 42 points. Hagerslown Hd.'s Leo Burke of Virginia Tecl s Ihird with 30 and Dale Vaughn if Virginia Military fourth with 25 Seventh-rated West Virginia had ittle difficulty, protecting its clean late againsl Marquctle, striking or three touchdowns in the open- ng quarter. Five of West Virinia's six louchdowns came . on ;ngthy runs. Moss romped 84 ards; quarterback Freddy-Wyant, U'.Jack. flabbitts, 33; Joe'.papelti, j4, 'and Roger Chancey, 24. While West Virginia was engaged n its intersectional clash, George Vashinglon turned the • Southern Conference race into a three-way with the Mountaineers and Davidson by beating Virginia Tech 3-7. Each of the three leaders has a 3-0 league mark, i Beard Tallies Lone TD Trailing 7-0 at halflimc, George Vashinglon scored tduchdowns in he Ihird and fourth quarters. Mike Sommer ran 22 yards for one six- jointer, and Len Ciemnieck: ammed through the line for three 'ards thai won the game. Half- iack Dickie Beard of Cumberland, -Id., raced 25 yards for Tech's econd quarter touchdown. William & Mary gained its first riumph in six outings by coming rom behind in the second half to rip Virginia Military 20-13. VMI till hasn'l won a game after seven ests. Highlights lames: Both Tie For Lead At the moment, each is lied for the lead in its respective con Terence, the Atlanlic Coast ant Big Seven. But the remaining games arc mere details to be attended to in due course. Maryland has a dale with Clemson, like the Terps undefeated ir eague play, on Nov. 12, while Ok- ahoma anticipates no argumenl rom Nebraska the following week —should the Cornlmskers keep heir league record clean by get- ing past tough Colorado. That leaves only Michigan with i worry and a major one it is— Oiiio S.tate. Have Troubles Again The Wolverines have had trou- ile in their last three games — hey had to come from behind lo ick Iowa 33-21 last Saturday — and there is no assurance that hey'll survive their clashes wilh Illinois and Purdue before meet- of other weekend Villanova 16, Richmond 14—Richmond gave up an early safety vhich proved to be the margin of 'illanova's victory. North Carolina Stale 33, Furman —Furman avoided a shutoul he fourth quarter, fullback Jimmy rani slamming over from the hree. The loss wasTurman's sev- nth of Ihe campaign. . Generals Beaten, 27-0 Washington (St. Louis) 27, Wa$h- nglon & Lee 0—W&L did pretty veil in the first half, yielding only even poinls, bul Washington romp- el for three touchdowns in the bird quarter. Davidson 25, Stetson 13—The Vildcals mixed their attack with tinning and the passing 'of Dick iclton and Dyke Liltle. Each assed to end Don Newton for ouchdowns, Wofford. 27, The Citadel 7-Fum iles ruined The Citadel in a Friday light contest. II was The Ciladel's econd loss in six gamqs. ircdits, Liabilities , •Two of the four malches in the louth Cumberland. Businessmen's Association Mixed Bowling League rare decided by the.shoutout route Credits blanking .Expenses and Lia- illities sweeping Profits. In other Contests, Assets, nipped Incomes, •1, and Losses dropped Debits by leaders: were similar-count. Team .'-scoring (Continued on Page 0) < J396, Credits. Sdith Rice',- 135-329, and Charles Jarlilz '163-39J, Expenses; Gladys Fuller, 91,- Mae Howdyshell, 248, anc' Tom Whalley, 172-408, Assets; Anna Mac Robertson -102-259 and Jimmy Scarpclli, 127-330; Incomes rlyrtlc Manges, 117-318,. Rusty tobertsbn, 134, and Johnny Divico, 36i; Profits; Shirley Reed, 154-321, ind Joe Lechlllcr< 164-390, Liabill- Icsj.. Millie "Divico, 105-260; and Frances .Wright, 137-378; Debits; 3racc Garlllz,' 108-292, and Louis Inger, 152-375, Losses; Louise Hid- r, 125-330, and Chords Conn, 142- Hectic Race Still On Terps' Vereb Seen Padding Score Record For Grid Supremacy [By The Associated Press.. The frantic race for the national', college footbali championship had narrowed today, to three mighty monsters o£ the nation—Maryland, Oklahoma and Michigan. For Maryland and Oklahoma, .both of which have Santee Handed Suspension By Missouri AAU been rolling along like well-oile( diesel engines, the road ahead for titanlic clash in the Orange Bowl New Year's Day appears ng the icnce. Buckeyes three weeks If they do finish with a spotless record they'll have lo be given serious consideration for the national because their schedule appears stronger than either Maryand, the current.No. 1 team in The Associated Press poll, or Ok- ahoma. They' play seven Big Ten dcs, plus Missouri and Army. Seen Bowl 'Shoo In' The Wolverines also arc almost certain to get the Rose Bowl nom- nation if they don't lose more than me of their .three remaining games. Ohio Slate is ineligible, laving played there- last New Year's Day. West Virginia, Ihe only other major learn slill undefeated, faces i fulure fraught with danger. The Mountaineers play George Wash- nglon Ihis week, bul Ihen on suc- essive Saturdays, go againsl Pill and Syracuse, two of Ihe toughest autfits in the East. Pappy Lewis' lads are rough and ough, no doubt, but their schedule precludes .any possibility of consideration for the national crown. Except for Pitt, Syracuse and possibly Penn State, (heir schedule doesn't compare with the oilier powers. But lliey'll probably ;et a bowl bid, which is plenty of consolation. The Associated Press learned the suspension was voted yesterday al a secret meeting of the Valley AAU Registration Committee. For Expense Money A committee member who declined to be quoted by name said :he lanky runner was suspended 'or accepting "excessive expense" money for _three track meets in California last May. The action was not by unanimous vote. The vote reportedly was 5-2. A dissenling committeeman said: "The whole thing is a big mess, I feel Ihe nalional body will vindicate Wes of the charges." Santee, former University of Kansas athlete who is now in the Marines, said at Quantico, Va. :ie had nol been officially-advisee of the action and therefore had no comment Length Not Specified The regional body did not specify Ihe length of the suspension, leaving that to the National AAU, which holds its. annual meeting Dec. 1-4 at Louisville, Ky. .A commitlee member said, the ruling makes Santee.' who holds lumcrous records for the 880, mile and two-mile, ineligible for al] events sanctioned by the AAU. Santee was on the 1952 Olympic freight House Sweeps Again P'reight House continued to cruise along in firsf place • in the Men's Division of the B&O CTP Sowling League by jolting Bolt & Forge in one of two shutouts. In he other whitewash job, Diesel surprised Passenger Station. Other sets, determined , by 2-1 scores, found AB Shop, clubbing /'ipe Fillers; Rolling Mill slugging 11-7 Machinists; and East Yard vhipping Fab Shop. The M-of W Dcpt.-Tool Car "match will be rolled at a future date. Leading team scorers were: Icrb Shipper, East Yard, 186-478; Cliff Whitman, Fab Shop, 159-461; Charlie True, 11-7 Machinists, 155-427; -John Sapp, Rolling Mill, 100-411; Herb Sarvcr, AB- Shop, 187r473; iloe Screen, Pipe Fillers, 204-478;. Olhis Slearn, 162, and Leo Rowan, '423, Diesel; S. Teets, 153, and C, Tcels,- 422, Passenger Sta- ion; '. Donald Trcxlcr, Bolt & r orge, 153-39S; . Lou Ycrgan, Fj-eight House, 182-474. Weekend Fight;. ' . fresl . BOSTON - Vlnee Mirtlner.. ISO, Paler. ' il MKrto Terry, 1W1, '"• • tavinB, 3, - I'RO nASKFVTHAMj • ' -. (KnhlbUlon) I'm I Wnyrit !M. Syncinef] Collect All-Stin 101.74, New York tt< 01 KANSAS CITY Wi The Mis souri Valley AAU has suspende( Wes Santee but there is little doub the nation's fastest miler will ap peal the ruling to the Nationa Forest 19-13. Maryland plays at Clemson Nov. 12 and the outcome probably will • determine the ACC representative in -the Orange Bowl. In 1 other games, far ACC teams last Saturday, Georgia Tech routed Duke 27-0, North Carolina Stale defeated -Furman 33-7, Tennessee stomped Nortii Carolina 48-7, and Vanderbilt rolled over .Virginia 34-7. 54 Points Old Record The old record of nine touchdowns a season in the three-year- old conference was shared by Lloyd Caudle and Bob Pascal, both of Duke! and Bernie Faloney of Maryland. The previous record of 54 points a season was shared by this trio along with Dick Bielski of Maryland. ijilly O'Dell of Clemson currents' is runnerup to .Vcreh in scoring with 36 points, and John Parham of Wake Forest is third with 32. Then come three players with 30 joints. They are Pascal, Bernie Clancy, also of Duke, and Dick Hunter of North Carolina State. Giovanelli., Melis Rated 'Even' For Middleweight Tiff By The Associated Press Paolo Melis, former Italian wel- er champ, and Danny Giovanelli, j Brooklyn lad who once beat Vince Martinez, are rated all even 'or tonight's 10-round bout at St. Nicholas Arena in New Yprk. Giovanelli is returning to the welters after an excursion inlo the niddleweight ranks. The bright star in his record (26-5-1) still is he victory over Martinez, May 22, 1953. In three 1955. starts he stopped Jimmy Martinez, outpointed 'Chris Christenscn and lost to Ray Drake. The Italian upset Rinzi Nocero at St. Nick's, Aug. 22 after .being stopped because of cuts by Chico Vejar in Syracuse, April 29. His record for 43 fights is 33-8-2.' The match will be televised (DuMont,' 10 p.m., EST). Frankie Ryff, a rising contender n (ho lightweight class, is a 12 to 5 favorite to take ex-champ Paddy JcMarco Wednesday at Baltimore n the regular mid-week television ABC) 10 p.m., EST show Crystals" Ami Benders Tic F,or Ladies' Lead Crystals and Benders moved into a first-place lie with Savoy as a result of latest action in the Savoy ,ndics Duckpin League.' ..Crystals spilled the loop leaders, 2-1, while Senders conquered Queen City by .he same score. In the final match, Majesties shut out Diamonds, 3-0, Leading team scorers were: Dorthy Holmes, Crystals, 112-325; Walburga, Schute, Savoy, 140-343; Mildred Frankfort, , Benders,125367; Freda Shrout, Queen City, 131-340; Gladys Frankfort, Majcs- ics, 117-819, Helen Simons, 126, and Elizabeth Rorlck, 319, Diamonds^- '"••-. By The Associated Press Maryland halfback Ed Vereb "today held Atlantic Coast Conference season football scoring records of 11 touchdowns'and'66 points, and had three mdre regular season games (o add to his mark. The 6-foot, 185-pounder from Pittsburgh scored three touchdowns last Saturday in leading undefeated Maryland, the nation's first-ranked learn, to its seventh viclory, 27-0 over SouUi Carolina. . Third AAC Viclory II.was Ihe .Terrapins' third vie lory Ihis season in Ihe conference, an unblemished record matched Bump On Nose Earns Charley Affif 81,000 \ PITTSBURGH U) - When Dharley Affif was a professional )oxer he was accustomed to get- .ing a bump or two on the nose, jut Ihe one he claims he gol July 21, 1953, at the Carllon House holel las just paid off $1,000. A federal courl jury awarded Ihe 30-year-old cx-fighler .that amount; i-esterday after hearing testimony n Affif's damage suit. Affif told he jury he didn't sec a glass door at the hotel and bumped into it. injuring his nose. Familiar §tory— Brown&Back In Lead At Pro Half way Mark 1 ly The AiKKiritcd Press v The National Football League season was at the ha'lf- way point today and the only question unanswered \yas: Which way should Cleveland head foi- pro football's playoff game? ••' \ , '--J National b ootball League Standings 18-21 romp over Detroit, the Lions iixth loss in as many'.games. San r ranciscp, the Bears and Green iay all have 3-3 marks, only •; ;ame behind Ihe leaders wilh si> efl lo play. , New York- trounced Washingtoi 15-7 in the'day's other 'Easteri Conference game. Paul Steals Show Defensive ace Don Paul side Ihi icro's mantle from Otto Graham or a .change, but the result wa he same — another Cleveland vie ory. Paul returned a punt 60 yards or a touchdown in the secont luarter and moments later inter :epted a pass to set up the Browns bird .score, a four-yard Graham lass to Hay Renfro. 1 Harlon Hill, who learned his foot jail at little Alabama Teachers vas the whole show in the Bears ictory before 69,587 disappointei Los Angeles fans. He caught thrci asses for touchdowns, each one rom a different passer. A pair of rookies, all-America by Clemson, which defeated Wake Dickie _Moegle_pf Rice and Colo ado's Carroll Hardy, sparked San 'rancisco to 17 points in the clos ng 5 minutes of the first hal igainst Detroit. Defense Bottles Slcelcri Philadelphia's rugged defensive ne completely bottled up. the leeiers hitherto potent offense 'ed Wegert, a highly-touled rookie idelined earlier by injuries ipped off louchdown runs of 29 nd 2 yards, set up a third score •ilh a 38-yard dash and gained 82 ards in 12 carries in Ihe game Jim Palton started New York of ight by sprinting 98 yards for a ouchdown wilh the opening kick ff againsl Washington. Later he bowed thai run was no fluke when galloped 69 yards lo score after aking a punt. Blick-Fever' Podres Ready For limiting WITHERBEE, N'. Y.-4P-Af(er .he manner in which he blanked he New York Yankees to give the Jrooklyn Dodgers their first World Scries conquest, Johnny Podres shouldn't liave "buck fever" (his vinler. Johnny loves to hunt deer in the Adirondacks near his home and recalls.Ihe time he took four shots at a buck standing 100 yards away, s'one of the shots brought down tha lig buck. 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