Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 1, 1955 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
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W, IW no .#* "•*> EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1955 - Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takei Giovanelli Posts Upset NEW YORK W — Danny Giovanelli, once a bright young prospect in the welterweight class, wants to prove his 1953 victory over Vince Martinez was no fluke. The lanky Brooklyn boxer made the top 10 of the class two years ago with an upset decision over Martinez at Madison Square Gar den. But he faded fast. Last night's unanimous decision over Paolo Melis of Italy at St. Nicholas arena revived Danny's hopes for the future. "Give me a fe.w more fights and I'll take Martinez or anybody else," said the 23-year-old Giovanelli. "All I need is a few fights under my belt." Giovanelli. loO 1 ,:-, used superior reach and boxing ability to whip Melix, 148 ! ,2, in 10 rounds. Referee Barney Felix and Judge Bert Grant saw it 6-3-1 and Judge Harold Barnes scored it 6-4, all for Giovanelli. The AP card also was 6-4 for Danny, who has a 27-5-1 record for 33 pro fights. Chuck Congdon, Tacoma, Wash., pro who taught U. S. Amateur golf champion Pat Lesser for seven years, won the Canadian Open in 1948. LITTLE SPORT By Routon Men's Army and Navy Style OXFORDS Black and brown calf leather, Goodyear welt, rubber heels. Sires 5 to 12. Only $6.95 BOYS' HI-TOP SHOES with knife pocket $4.98 to $7.98 Breeches to go with Hi-Topi 3.98 Hub Army & Navy Sales Company 19 NORTH CENTRE STREET J> <^ \ Alco, LaSalle Jay vces In Tic The junior varsity football teams ot Allegany and LaSalle High played to a 7-7 lie yesterday at Campobello, the Explorers -scoring in the third quarter and the Campers in the final stanza. Tommy Madden bulled over from the three-yard line for LaSalle and Joe Footen converted. Doug Walker scored from eight yards out for Allegany and also ran the extra point. Allegany reeled off six first downs, completed two passes and gained 78 net yards rushing. The Little Explorers chalked up five first downs, completed four passes and gained 46 yards on the ground. Allegany will play Beall High' v s Jayvees here Wednesday, Novem her 9. Ton. LE LT LG C RG HIRE QB ranj (•) LaSxIle (7) <iutK>* ll J vi/ — Stoufler Im Sitter Cilmore Grimes Har " s Lcasure Stitcher nexroad Stillwagon Mart?. Ca ™ey Norris - Fair Shook - M . a ° dc 5 Walker Richard HH Stewart Hudson B Vanetta Footen Score by periods: LASALLE 1 J I »-' ALLEGANY .- • 0 0 » /, Touchdowns scored by Madden lLa- iallc); Walker (Allcgany). Points alter touchdowns scored by ••ooten (LaSalle): .Walker (AllcEany). Substitutes: Allcgany-Ticc, Delawder, Dawson, McKenzie, Horlon. Fearer, Eastham, Lowendick, Davis. LaSalle—Lantz, Wegman, Hall, Paige. Pro Basketball YESTERDAY'S EXHIBITIONS Minneapolis Si. Andrews AFB 79 Philadelphia 97, St. Louis 91 ' free**' Prepare Your Car's Cooling System For Winter, NOW! Don't let falling wmpmturej catch your car unprepared. Freezing damage is costly. Drive in MOW—tomorrow—and let us xdd Ami-Freeze as needed. Our factory-trained • expert* insp«ct all rubber hose and check your cooling system for leaks too . . . put of our pl*i Pontuc Service. Strvict Department 28 North Gtorge Street Terps Behind 'Closed Doors' Preparing For LSU Contest COLLEGE PARK.—After winning their third Atlantic Coast Conference game over South Carolina, 27-0, last Saturday, Jim Tatum and his University of Maryland football staff will work behind "closed doors" this week CUMBERLAND — SOUTH CUMBERLAND - FROSTBURG SPLASH GUARDS Protect your car finish with splash £«( Oft guards. Fits all front fenders. Easy to attach. WEATHER STRIPPING STEERING WHEEL COVER Protect your home against cold drafti and hoot lonei. A C_ 20'foot pk •««• AUTO BATTERIES ,. FULLY GUARANTEED! 24 MONTH GUARANTEED GOLD STANDARD DELUXE, 45 PLATES T36 AMPERE, 90 AMP. HRS. 1st National Charge Accounts YOU CAN BUY ANY MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE ON THE FIRST NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT PLAN LITTLf CHIEF PONTIAC SAYS preparing the all-winning Terra pins for the invasion of a real good and upset - minded team from Louisiana State University. Maryland has a 12-game winning streak going, second longest in the country, the rTerps having taken seven in a row this season. The LSU clash features the fifth outside conference game for the Terps, first this season against a Southeastern Conference team.- Tatum has met and won'over Big Seven Missouri, Pacific Coast UCLA, Southwest Baylor, and Eastern League Syracuse besides taking the three ACC games with Wake Forest, North and South Carolina. Although this will be the third game of the series, it will mark the first meeting between.-Tatum and the Tigers' 31-year-old coach, Paul Dietzel. The Terps took both previous games, 27-0 in 1951 -and 34-6 in '52. The youthful'• Dietzel went' to LSU this spring highly recommended by" three 7 of the game's best—Sid Gilman, Paul "Bear" Bryant, and Earl "Red" Blaik. He worked for all three as an assistant. Dietzel has done a remarkable job in this first'year. 'Although'the season record of one- win, four losses and one tie doesn't seem to support such a statement, it has been the fine showing his Tigers have made in losing that has their supporters excited. The'Bengals opened the season with a win over strong Kentucky, then lost to Texas A&M, 28-o! The following week they held favored Rice to -a 20-20 tie, scared Georgia Tech before losing to the Engineers, 7-0, and against Florida they paraded up and down the field but could score only- twice and "lost 18-14. Last "Saturday they lost a thriller to 'Ole'Mss, 29-26. Leading the .Tiger:- attack is a sophomore quarterback, M. C. Reynolds. His ball-carrying threesome of halfbacks Levi Johns and Vincent Gonzales with a great fullback in 0. K. Ferguson make up the hardest running backfield the Terps will meet since UCLA. Santee To Fight ' (Continued from Page 16) pics," he told an interviewer. The registration committee informed Santee in a telegram that it had concluded "you had violated the rules of the Amateur Athletic Union relative to expenses allowable for travel and subsistence..." Thus, it told Santee he was suspended "from further competition as an amateur athlete." Expenses Listed The committee said its action stemmed from expenses received for competing in meets at Fresno, Los Angeles and Modesto May II 1 22, 1954. In Kansas City, Theo Bland, acting chairman of the Valley AAU registration group, said Santee's travel permits and expense accounts showed he was paid $450 by the Fresno relays committee, $350 by the Coliseum relays 'committee of Los Angeles and $400 by Hie Modesto committee. Bland said that, exclusive of travel expenses, the AAU allows: athletes competing • In sanctioned meets $12 a day to meet living costs. He said another $3 a day may be charged off to "incidental" expenses. If Santee's appeal should fail in the regional group's board of managers, AAU rules give him ..the right to carry his fight higher, to the board of governors of the National AAU. Umpire Crawford Goes To Majors PHILADELPHIA «•) - Henry C. (Shag) Crawford, who was calling the close ones in sandlot baseball Cannes here a few years ago, came lome from his truck driver's job ast night to find himself a Nation- al'Lcague umpire. . The 35-year-old father of four was purchased by the Nationals yesterday. He'had been an arbiter in the American Assn. last season. Crawford, who has been working in the minors for five years, was added to the-National League umpiring staff as a result of the resignation last week of Lon Warneke. Although he never played pro jail, Crawford was an avid sand- iot player in Philadelphia. He be?an umpiring some of the games and was so well-thought of friends suggested he try for the professional circuits. His rise was steady and rapid. sented at the session and it' was indicated at least 17, teams will play in the league during the 1955-56 season. The deadline for team entries is next Monday, at 7:30..p. m. at a meeting to be held in Salem Reformed Church, Frostburg. Franci "Jake" Carrington, chairman, will be assisted by the loard of governors in running the league. G. W. Coach (Continued from Page 16) of a broken nose but will be ready for action Saturday. . William & Mary opened drills "or Saturday's collision -with Wake Forest.. VMI's Keydets practiced against Lehigh defenses under the lights. Light work was the rule at Furman and The, Citadel. Tackle Ken Hill and quarterback Bobby Miller were on the injured list at The itadel and 'declared out of this week's game with Newberry. Bobby Wolfenden, primarily punter, showed he could run' as well at Virginia Tech's practice, ripping off long gains in a full- scale scrimmage. Summer Tan earned $151,096 when the ccH. won the 1954 Garden State Stakes, but his dam, a mare named Miss Zibby, was sold for $400 because nobody thought her worthwhile for breeding purposes. DRIVE-IN A UNIVtDSAl-llflEMUnONN. PKTUJS Plus Added Features Frostburg League Named For Fearer The name of the Frostburg Church .Basketball League has been changed to the Fearer Mem-j orial League as T tribute to Clifford Fearer, former president, who was killed October 19, along with four other persons, in a highway accident at La Vale. The action was taken at a meeting of the league last night. Eleven churches were repre- Maryland State Wins Seventh In Row PRINCESS ANNE, Md. W> Maryland State's football team continued to bowj them over Saturday, this time with an easy 45-0 victory over Wilkes College of Wilkes-Barre, Pa-. All-CIAA Back Johnny Samples put on another of his scoring exhibitions, getting three Maryland State touchdowns and two conversions as the Shoremen registered their seventh straight triumph of the season. Blocked-Punt Expert Favorite With Fans UNIVERSITY. Miss.-WV-Miss- Open'House Slated For WVU Alumni WASHINGTON--^)—The District of Columbia Chapter of the West Virginia University Alumni Assn. will hold open house at the Con gressional Hotel before and after the Nov. 4 WVU-George Washing ton University football game. The game Friday night will be at Griffith, Stadium. The open iiouse prior to the game will be 5-7:30 .p. m. The West Virginia team will stay at the hotel. The American Bowling Congress ecognizes the 826 three-game series rolled by .Ted Scudder Milwaukee as the highest .for-the 1954-55 season. Happies Stretch Lead fn 'Hap-O-Happy' Loop Happies added a game to their iead in the. HapiO-Happy Bowling League by blanking Friendlies with second-place Jollies stopping Smilings, 2-1, and Cheerfuls shut- ing out Merries; 3-0. Team scoring leaders were Berg Schute, Cheerfuls, 121-359; Harriet Allison, 'Merries, 123-287; Rosalie Evans 126 and Virginia Davis 316, Happies; Hattie Carnell, Friend- lies, 127-315; Lena Owens, Jollies, 110-300; Lily Dentinger, Smilings, 122-327. Standings: W. L. . W. tappies 15 6 Cheoriuls ... 10 Jollies .13 8 Triendlies .. 7 Smilings,.... 11 10 Merries — 7 Slimmed Down DALLAS - (NBA) - Tiny Gowj Southern Methodist's. guard, is 'in the lowest weight he can' - attain-| 256. When he came out of servic< NOW OPEN FRIDAY SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS COMING FRIDAY -THE COBWEB" and JAMES STEWART in "THE BROKEN ARROW',' issippi fans might be expecting too)' much of tackle Billy Ydvertoniin August, he -veighed 296. whenever the opposing team decides to punt: Last fall against Memphis State Yelverton blocked a punt and this fall he blocked a .punt against North Texas. Each time Old Miss went on to score touchdowns. 5th ANNUAL SOROPTOMISTS 5 BENEFIT DANCE Friday, Nov. 18th 9 until 1 Music by the Midnighters ALI CHAN SHRINE COUNTRY CLUB 'Intermiiiion Floor Shew From Sttckman Oanc< Studio fj TICKETS FROM ANY SOROPTOMIST I POTOMAC SUPER 40 "Ride Vaquero" NOW! See COLOR TELEVISION Fort Cumberland Hotel Cocktail Lounge Segura Again Joins Professional Net Tour LOS ANGELES Iff) — Pancho L Segura again will be a member of j tennis promoter Jack Kramer's! professional tennis tour. Kramer announced yesterday that Pancho will join him and former amateur titlist Tony Trabert. A fourth competitor will be selected. Kramer plans to talk further with Richard (Pancho) Gonzales. LEARN to DANCE Private or class instruction in all forms of ballroom and stag* dancing. Skillful men and women with ROBERT TAYLOR and AVA GARDNER instructors. MOVER DANCE STUDIO 231 S. Mechanic St. GREAT HITS! ALL COLOR LAST TIME TODAY! 'Reap JOHN WAYNE IN The Wild Wind" "SUDAN" HOW TOKYO'S CRIME UNDERWORLD WAS BROKEN BY .THE U.S. MRS, THE JAPANESE SECURITY POLICE-AND A. KIMONO GIRL!. STARTS TOMORROW — DOUBLE FEATURE ROBERT RYAN-ROBERT STACK SHIRLEY YAHAGUCW CAMERON MITCHELL COMING FRIDAY THE GIRL IN T^E RED VELVET SWING '*• - Course Named After Blind Golf Champ~ BIRMINGHAM. Ala. — (NEA1 — Highland Park of Birmingham has been renamed the Charley Boswell Golf Club. It is an 18-holc municipal course. The city bestowed the honor on its No. 1 golfing citizen. Charley Boswell, the national and international blind golf champion. Raiford Ellis, a member of the city park board, conceived the idea. It was presented to the board and passed unanimously. At a dinner attended by 225. Boswell thanked city officials | and .those, who helped him in his pursuit'of the game. Fain Released (Continued from Page 16) The Indians have Vic Wertz as regular first baseman and Joe Al-j tobelli, a rookie, ns his under-l study. Their current No. l goal on the winter trade market is to acquire a good first baseman. Wcrtz, a converted outfielder, is defensively weak at the position. THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Strter BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING COATS ..... PANTS and BRIICHIS . '5. 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