Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,' MD-, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker*. Fort Hill To Open Basketball Practice Nov. 14 Jjm Tatum and Bud Wilkinson footaly were praised by Ed Danforth as "fine football coaches, but the sports editor of The Atlanta Jour naif blasts Maryland and Okla horaa for their "soft schedules.' In" his daily column, Danforth wrote: ,- "Maryland and Oklahoma currently lead, 1-2, in the As- »bciated Press football ratings . "•; . .The Sooners and the Terps are highly regarded by the eager newsmen in the Associated Press poll .... "Oklahoma and Maryland are undefeated this season. They often are at .this point. Everyone who has watched them play has mar veiled at the power and precisioi of their operations. Obviously, Bud Wilkinson at Oklahoma and Jim Tatum at Maryland again have done a fine job of teaching. "Just how good Oklahoma and Maryland are is open to challenge ' "They usually play and are nov engaged in soft schedules unworthj of their resources. •;The Sooners for years have dominated the Big Seven Confer enc'e which is slow company a; college football leagues go. In eight years, 1947-54, Wilkinson teams have won 70, lost 7 and tied'3. v"No one can challenge Wilkinson's ability, but one may wonder/ without being rude, how his team would get along in. say, the Southwest Conference or the Southeastern. i "Maryland is hot in - a much faster league than Oklahoma. The Atlantic Coast Conference is shade faster than the Big Seven yean in .and year out, but not mucK Maryland does not play the second best team up there. Clemson is the only rugged conference rival-ori the Terps'slate. "How Maryland would get along in the Texas loop or on tlu coast is open to speculation.. Maryland beat;the top Pacific Coast team, UCLA, 7-0, in the second game of the season. One of the quarterbacked Jack Scarbath teams ventured south late in 1952 undefeated and -got themselves creamed by Ole Miss and Alabama in -a row. Georgia wrapped up one Maryland team .neatly in 1950, • Lat weaker Bulldog clubs since have been taken in hand by .the Terps." In 1953, Maryland soundly whipped Mississippi and Alabama on 11s way to an unbeaten season. In the 1952 Sugar Bowl game, the Terps rolled to an easy a6-.i3 victory over Tennessee; a Southeastern Conference team then ranked first in the nation. Danforth said teams on Oklahoma's schedule to date have a combined record of 21-43-2 —.328 and Maryland's foes stand 31-30-2 —.508. He wrote that Oklahoma plays none of the nation's lop 20 teams and that Maryland meets two—UCLA. No, 5. and Syracuse, No. 18. UCLA plays three of the lop 20, he added, and Notre Dame plays five. . • . "Playing pleasant schedules will keep Wilkinson, and Talum looking young and eager and free of nerves until they are 80 or 81. It's good work if you can get it, and it may be rude to .call attention to how easy Bud and Jim have It." Sports Keg Residue Clifton E. (Tippy) Fuller, Cum berland's"Grand Old Man of Football" and the quarterback of the University'of Maryland's first football team back in 1892, is disturbed because the wire services and all Baltimore and Washington papers (except one) stated Dr. Wilson Elkins, president of the university, crowned the Homecoming queen during the Maryland-South Carolina game ceremony last Saturday. . . . "Tippy" claims he did the crowning, as scheduled, and the kissing (not scheduled), and that Dr. Elkins merely "adjusted" the crown after he had finished his chore . . . And he's right . . , That's just what happened, according to local eyewitnesses—including our own C. Arthur (Soupy) Lancaster, Times staffer who witnessed the event . . . Bill Halm, Fort Hill High football coach, informs us that we failed to mention one of his boys in the column yesterday about ex-Sentinels going pn to captain college grid teams . . . Larry McKenzie, Halm said, captained the Rams of Shepherd College . before the -same honor was accorded Eddie Siebcrt . . . Other former Fort Hill players making college captains were Fred Davis and , John Aldcrton at Maryland, Dickie Beard at Virginia Tech and Don,Stino at Washington and Lee. .. . Lonaconing police commissioner ','Lcfty" Grove, in baseball's HaHof Fame since 1947, has joined a fqv other area persons in being ."tied up" with a new organization-^'Harolds Club Tic Club" of Reno . ... The famous Nevada night spot has enrolled a number of internationally - known sports celebrities in the club .. , . Grove's name was "enshrined", by Norm Gcrdcman, former local athlete, now .''employed in the seven-story gambling, house . . . Harolds Club presented Lefty a special tie bear- intf his name ..*. The Jacob Rup- perl Brewing Company of New York will sponsor baseball broadcasts of the Giants for the next four y^ars . v . The brewery, whoso late president, Jake Ruppert, was founder of the rival .Yankees, sign(Continued on Page 13) Alco Cagers Under Shaw Begin Drills OnNov.15 While footballs are still flying thick and fast on city gridirons Cumberland's two public high schools are preparing to launch basketball practice. The Fort Hill -Sentinels, with "Bobby" Cavanaugh the new.*dean of area coaches, will start drilling for "basketball oil" on-.Monday November 14. A day later, the Allegany Campers, under a new coach for the first time in almost 30 years, swing put onto the court in practice togs. The LaSalle Explorers, Cumberland's other high school, are also expected to start around that lime, although none of the.teams will get down to real serious business until after the grid campaign closes on Thanksgiving Day. Many holdovers and cage candidates are on the football squad at the three institutions. Geatz Back At LaSalle Both Allegany and Fort Hill will open their seasons on the sa_me day. The Campers, with Gene Shaw directing the Blue and.White as successor to "Bill" Bowers, meet Southern of Oakland at Campobello on Friday, December 9, while Fort Hill travels to Frederick for a clash with the Cadets of Homer Brooks. LaSalle again will be directed by George Geatz who led" the" Explorers in his first season last year -to a share of the city championship. Tiie Cumberland title cake, for the first time in history, was cut three ways, each of the 'schools splitting with the others. Both Allegany and Fort Hill were hot and cold teams last year, as evidenced by their records. The hampers copped 12 decisions and '.ost nine, finishing as runnersup to champion Beall of Frostburg in the Western Maryland Interscholastic league. Fort Hill won eight and ost 13 during the 1954-55 campaign. Allegany has the nucleus for a good team, as Ronnie Bruce, Rod rireedlove, Carl Brown and Mike .ease, all considered regulars at one time or another during the past season, are back in the fold. ..ost through graduation are Allen •laines, Mason Sisk and Hugh Iteele. Cavanagh faces another re- milding job, having lost three of his starters. Galen McGregor and 'Pooch" Lewis are -the returning loldover regulars while those getting diplomas were Jerry Landis, Jon Harm,. Porcil Kline, Ken Ppl- ing and Jim'.Raines! Play 20 : Game Cards .'•• LaSalle had the • best record in .he city, the Explorers winning 17 games and losing only four. Both Allegany and Fort Hill will play a 20-game schedule this com- ng season against scholastic opposition. Each also has a contest slated with an Alumni team. LaSalle's schedule is incomplete, although Brother Thomas, athletic director, said he hopes to arrange at least 20 games. The Allegany and Fort Hill schedules: If Only £ I/s' Counted Fort Hill And Allegany Would Be Pacing CVAL By JIM DAY • ; Times Scholastic Sports Editor If the revived Cumberland Valley Athletic League, which starts next year, had been in operation this fall, Fort Hill and Allegany would be heading the eight-team three-state circuit. : " The Hilltoppers aTe'undefeated against five CVAL while the Campers ALLKGANY Pec. 9 — Southern, home Dec. 14— Hngcrslown, nway Kcc. 20— Berlin, home Dec. 23— Keyset-, homo Dec. 27— Alumni Jan. 3— nldg'elcy, home Jan. B— Mt. Savace. aw«y Jan. 10— Beall, away Jan. 13— Valley, homo Jan. 17— Bruce, away Jan 20 roil JH1I, home Jan. 24— Kpyscr, away Jan. 27— LaSalle. «wny Jan. 31— nidgclcy. away Feb. 3— Mt. Savage, home Feb. 7— 'Beall, home Kob. 10— Valley, away Kcb. 14— Firacc. home Fch. 17— Fort Hill, away Feb. 24— Hagerstown. home •Mar. 2— LaSalle, home ronx .Dec. 9— Frederick, away Dec. 13— Mooreflcld, home Dec. 16— Rldgelcy, home Dec. 23— Alumni, home ' Dec, 28— Slartinslnn-B, home Jan. 3 — llaperstown, home Jan. 6— Valley, home Jan. 10— llruro, home Jan. 13— Ucall, home Jan. 17— Mt. Savage, away Jan. 20— Allegnny, away Jan. 24— LaSalle. away Jan. 27— Marllnsburs, away Jan. 31— Haccrslown. away Kch. 3— Valley, home Feb. 7— Bruce, away Feb. 10— Real!, away Feb. M— Mt. Savnxe. home Fch. 17 Allecany, home Feb. 20— nidgclcy, away . Feb. 24— LaSalle, away Jackie Robinson Rumored Quitting Bums To Manage NEW YORK C?) — Add another nmor to the winter baseball guess ;ame: Jackie Robinson will call it quits with the Brooklyn Dodgers nd take a job as manager of Vancouver in the Pacific Coast League. A Vancouver newspaper, The 'rovincc, published the report as 'a possibility" yesterday. Robinson thought the idea, ofi 'any right proposition" along that! inc, would be fine. But us yd! ic's licnrd nothing from the Vancouver club itself. Brick Laws, the club owner who moved his PCL franchise from Oak- nnd to Vancouver last September,, wasn't -Byaiiafaie for immediate comment, but his. wife thought "ho certainly will bo glad to know"' Robinson's getting the job. Jackie, who hasn't yet signed'n contract for 1956 with Brooklyn's! world champions, told the Associ-j alcd Press from his home in Stnm-j ford, Conn., that "As far as I knowj right now, I'll be playing willi the! Dodgers again next year." The 36-year-old veteran, first Negro to break into organized hall,; insisted he lind heard nothing from j Laws himself, j GOOD WITH PICK, TOO — Quarterback Freddy Wyant of West Virginia kept in shape for the current football season by doing some spade work on construction of WVU's new medical center. The 195-pound Weston whiz piloted, the Mountaineers lo three of their best seasons in many years and now is playing his.final season for WVU, which is undefeated and ranked seventh in the nation. Opponents are "clean" with three loop games out of the way. Hagerstown is third, Handley of Winchester, Va., fourth, Martinsburg fifth, Frederick sixth, Warren County of Front Royal, Va., seventh, Beall of Frostburg last. Here's how the won-lost records slack up were Ihe loop functioning now: . . : •':• "' - ; '" -W.' L.' Fort Hill 5 0 Allegany 3 0 Ilagcrstown 3 2 Ilandlcy 1 1 Martinsburg 1 3 Frederick 0 1 Front Royal 0 2 Beall 0 4 One contest would be coming up this weekend with Martinsburg playing at Front Royal, The Hill- toppers have yet to play Aliegany for a six-game "unofficial" slate while the Turkey Day appearance is also Ihe last in CVAL compeli- Uon for the Campobello club this fall. The Mounlaineers from Beall will play the Judges from Handley yet to round out a five-game card while Hagerstown lakes on Front Royal. Martinsburg is the only eleven this fall to play every representative in the circuit. The Bulldogs, after tangling with the Wildcats, have tussles with Frederick and the annual Thanksgiving Day fray with. Handley in the West Virginia town. • As it stands now, the local Forl Hill-Allcgany holiday squabble would determine this year's champion. The Sentinels' have whipped Handley, 23-7; Beall, 20-0; Martinsburg, 21-0; and polished 26-7, last Friday. Camper victims have been Martinsburg, 27-14; Hagerstown, 14-7, and Beall, 32-6. Those who have been waiting for the league to regain its legal stature will see it ia reality starting next falK Beall and Hagerstown collide in the Hub City on September 7 to kick off the adopted 28-game slate as drawn up earlier this year.. Each team will have four contests at home and three away or vice-versa the opening year, the '5fi slate being reversed in '57. This setup shows all the teams playing each other, thereby clim inating any "beefs" about a synthetic champion. Both Fort Hill and Allegany start play the same evening with ho. Red Raiders invading Front Royal and the Campers being host o Frederick on September 21. There is a .possibility that Beall nay not parlicipatc. school officials feeling Hint the Mountaineers ore not able lo copo with the Hagerstown, 21-14, off Front Royal, THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS Diinkel Rates Maryland 16 Over Bengals By DICK DUNKEL DAYTONA BEACH, F.la. (Special)—Danger. Upsets ahead. Throughout the entire list of next week-end's college football games an extra-ordinary number of the favorites will be'visiting. It's just a quirk in the schedule that happens once in a blue moon, but il augurs -joy for many an underdog while Ihe local bands beat out hallelujahs for home team advantage. For example, five of the top six teams in the Power Index, will be on the road this week, although their peril shouldn't be as great as that of the more closely matched smaller fry. Only No. 4 Maryland will play in its own backyard on Salurday. The Terps, whose rating is 109.0, will enterlain L.S.U., now 16 points lower, at 92.6. Olhers of the upper half dozen will line up Saturday as follows: No. 1 Oklahoma, away, rating 30 over Missouri. No. 2 Michigan, away, rating 22 over Illinois. No. 3 Mich. State, away, rating 17 over Purdue. No. 5 UCLA, away, rating 21 over College of Pacific. No. 6 Notre Dame, away, rating 44 over Penn. Notre Dame-Penn figures to be the worst mismatch of the day, while Auburn-Miss. State, where there's only one-tenth of a point rating difference, should be the closest. The Power Index shows average difference in score relative to average rating of opposition. stronger schools. But, now that the long-delayed plans have become solid, there is a' strong hope that the Mounties can avoid throwing in the towel. Westminister indicated . a strong Interest in becoming a circuit member, but is not included in the 1956 campaign. The Owls may come in within two years, although nothing has been arrnngod. .At any rale, the tri-stale organ ization should again resume its place as one of the top high school leagues in the country. It will bring about keen competition and a livelier interest for rooters when every game may "prove a step toward n league crown. West Virginia Boasts Four Win Streaks By The Associated Press West Virginia will carry four victory streaks into Friday night's Southern Conference football game against George Washington at Washington. The Mountaineers have won 15 straight conference games over four-year span, 16 consecutive, contests on the road, have a current 10-game winning streak 'over two seasons and have won all six ol their games this year. In addition, the nation's seventh- rated team seeks a new school record for scoring.- West Virginia nasn't been blanked in 41 successive lilts since 1951. The school record of 43 games was set from 1922 through 1926... Colonials. Ready Coach Art Lewis held a scrim mage yesterday. Halfback' Eddie Dugan underwent an operation on shoulder separation. George Washington. Coach Bo Sherman put the Colonials through scrimmage and announced his :eam is in tip-top condition for the Mountaineers. Sophomores Barry Frazee and ^orbin Bailey stood out yesterday for Virginia Tech in the Gobblers' second straight day of scrimmage [or Saturday's tilt with Clemspn at Roanoke. Va. Virginia Military, preparing for Saturday's test at Lehigh, had injured halfback Bobby-Jordan-back in uniform. Jordan had a cartilage removed from a knee a''month ago and wasn't expected to see any more action this season. He iried out his leg yesterday, but il won't be known for several days whether he will be able to play. Generals Lose Quarter The Citadel's Bobby Miller, No 2 quarterback, won't play in Saturday's game with Newberry due :o a rib injury. : ' • Winless Washington & Lee losl :ophomore quarterback Al Gitter who turned in his uniform. The Generals' No. 1 signal-caller, Jack Daughtrey, also quit on Monday W & L goes to Hampden-Sydney Saturday, and freshman Paul Knox will play quarterback. Davidson, prepping for Satur at Richmond, held a ended with a brie day's game drill which scrimmage. Richmond may have halfback George Riggs for the Davidson encounter. He worked out yesterday but was kept out of rough activity. Injured center Dick Eaton also is expected to be ready. William & Mary plays at Wake Forest Saturday and Furman is idle this week. Nevertheless, the Purple Hurricane, still seeking its first victory after seven starts worked hard on blocking.and pass protection. Kentucky Star 'Back Of Week' By The Associated Press Quarterback Bob Hardy, the Duke of Paducah who kept Ken- against a clutch tucky's Wildcats purring Rice last weekend with performance' that set up the win ning touchdown, today was namec the Associated Press Back of The Week. A bargain basement crowd o; backs showed up with outstanding individual performances in college football last 'Saturday, but none could outshine Hardy, who" twice steered the 'Cats from behind in the 20-16 victory. The payoff drive was a beaut With a little more than 6 minutes left and Rice ahead 16-13, the 6-1 194-pound Kentucky cocaptain guid ed the Cats 66 yards in nine plays scoring the winning TD himself on a 12-yard run and then kicking extra point. NBA. EXHIBITIONS By The Associated Press Fort Wayne 109, Syracuse 92 New York 133, Boston U9 Philadelphia 89. 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Valley's Knights Ride L To Third Title In Row " BALTIMORE W) — Two light-' The Rough Riders of Valley High School have clonejweights with a reputation for T , , T , , . ,...,. 'rou a hness Paddy De Marco and it again. Johnny .Meyers' championship-minded soccer| Fra ° kie Ryff _ wi |j cuff each ' other team, undefeated this season, galloped to its third straight j tonight do p. m. EST) in a sched- Western Maryland Interscholastic League title by blank- uled io-round fight at the Coliseum ing Beall, 1-0. yesterday at Frost- iglitweights Clash Tonight burg. The shutout was the fifth of the year for the Black Knights who have only a tie to mar an otherwise perfect 1955 record. For a!! intents and purposes, the game ended in the second period. WMI SOCCER LEAGUE W- L T Pts. Valley 7 0 1 15 Bruce 5 1 1 Beall 241 Ml. Savage 1.51 Flintitone 160 Friday. Games . • Flintstone at Mt/Savage Beall at Bruce second and fourth quarters. It was the sixth successive setback for the Aggies since they won and on a television network (ABC). The winner" undoubtedly will make a pitch for a, shot at the 135-pound title held by Bud Smith. De Marco held the. title for eight the opener from Beall, 1-0. It was »* •""•»«» «»» " 1C - "»' "f^ also the fourth time Flintstone was months last -year wh^ Manager ,, . , • Charles 'Black of Ryff said he is Bob-Kertesz, Metz,' Dawson and "«*& now" for the championship Frank Welsh played best for the Bulldogs while Goalie Lynn Mauzy, Ted Robinette, Kenny Lough and Richard Shipway were Flintstone's best bets. Final games of the league season are scheduled for Fridav. That s' when, Jack Mongold. Valleyj RB inside le f t,'booted the only'field ILB goal of.'the contest after Marvin Melts had set it up with an out- of-bounds boot. Valley made a sweep of the Beall series, 5-0 and. 1-0. The Knights blanked .Flintstone, 2-0 and 6-0 and Mt. Savage 4-0. In winding up the reason with a 7-0-1 record, Valley amassed 26 points while holding the. opposi- Lion to four. AT FROSTBURG Pas. Vjlley (1) G Jloffatt Stecle ...: Lauder IL OL Score by periods: VALLEar 0 1 0 0—1 BEALL 0 0 0 0—0 Field goal scored by Mongold (Valley). H< Goalis BiU Moffatt, Metis, Robert "Cokie" Robertson, Young and Mongold. of Valley and Goalie Joe Carter, Lou Llewellyn, Sweene, Clayton Griffith and Fred Broadwater of Beall were outstanding: Bruce High School's runnerup Bulldogs took the measure of Flintstone High's Aggies at Flintstone by the score of 3-0 in another game yesterday. Gene Dawson, one of the most versatile players in the county circuit, accounted. for the" initial goal in the first period while Arthur Welsh scored from the field in the Wilkinson ;... • Allison IR Dawson Mann CF A. Welsh ;...., Bible IL. Beard Humbertson OL F. Welsh .; Boggs Score by periods: BRUCE- 110 1—3 FLINTSTONE 0 0 0 0—0 Field goals scored by Dawson, A. Welsh 2 (Bruce). Substitute: Flintstone — 'Creek. Officials — Ray Ralston and Henry Stafford. WUdcatsNot To Quit League EVANSTON, 111. (J) — Northwestern, a charier member of Ihe Big Ten, has no intention of leaving the conference, university officials . reiterated today. The announcement followed a campus newspaper's, suggestion that Northwestern drop out of the Big Ten because it is no longer possible for its teams to compete on even terms with other member schools. Alhlelic Director Ted Payseur said. "We have no inlenlion whatsoever . of- leaving the Big Ten. These things always seem to come up. We were one of the first members of the conference and we intend to stay." ' The Daily Norlhwestern, a campus publication, suggested in an editorial yesterday that the school drop out because of its poor football record. Northwestern has failed to win a game in six starts this year and has only one conference victory in the last three seasons. Lewis I Jolinson Sweene LHB Brooks Fleiglc Robertson S. Broadwater in 19 bouts over five years, but he's ranked No.' 4. •--,.. The 23-year-old's only loss was a split decision to Ralph Dupas ' whom he had beaten previously in New York. ... De Marco will provide'plenty .of ^carter ring savvy for the 23-year-old Ryff. - Harbci The 27-year-old has had; 87 fights Llewe '!vis in 10 ye ars . losing 14 an'd drawing Young Griffith Duck\yorth , Meu Mongold Folk Fazenbaker F. Broadwater Penaltv shots missed (Beall); Young (Valley). by Sweene ; Substitutes: Valley — Hobel, Reiber. Beall — Stoops. Officials — Clifton Van Hoby and Tom Lewis. AT FLINTSIO.VE - fas. Bruce (3)- Flintstone (0) Price L. Mauzy RB - WiHison Ted Robinette Riggini ..'. Lough RHB Metz J. Haines CHB Kertesz LHB Fortney OR Shipway D. Hoffman USE OUR TOY LAYAWAY PLAN The TOY SHOP Cor. N. Centre & Bedford Sts. two. The slubby Brooklynite needs a victory to continue gelling feature • bouts in his 135-pound class. 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