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*KTWENTY-F0UR EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker NavyMayGive Monto Chance f&eainst Duke •? ;!:: .C? mem? B y GEORGE BOWEN ,s 0 -j ANNAPOLIS UP) — Vince Monto, ' t^jp-snorting fullback who doesn't -•jmort, may get his first chance to riV^eqlily turn it on Saturday for Navy •••••against Duke. if it)' ioTne Monster," as he's been .f-ftabbed for his locomotive take-offs, is being steamed up by Coach Ed- cr/cdie!. Erdelatz in case Dick Guest .iifgSPJt able to go. aVtrtThe senior Guest has painful r •jjpjjjuries which make him a doub ri-rjul competitor against Duke in Ba . timore. <<ru (>' R uns With Abandon The fans won't see any big di ference in Monto except for mor thrills on offense. Monto is like ly ..to tear the game apart. Nav "". people have been waiting for bin '?'6b. tio it some Saturday ever sine •l.he^came down from Wilkes Barre three years ago. e 200-pounder throws himse line with an air of abando is unsafe for life and limb "All of our other fullbacks snor J and grunt when they run with th > ball, except Monto," says Erde! > atz. "When he' hits the other team < they grunt," , . , . • y The Navy coach explained tha ; the only reason Guest has bee * gJSying "instead of Monto is tha ( the senior has an all-around edgi ', ?on.. blocking and defense. He alsi -. .does the punting. > ' Gains Experience t'.''. However, Monto's accomplish ' rnents besides running with the '' o^ill have been improving and Er »' delatz no longer is worried abou them; - : -•• r>"All he needed was game ex ', perience and he's had that," saic .v E'rdelatz. •'.:•"- . . ; • : Monto has carried the ball 29 •'times for 152 yards, an average o ,55:2:'which' is the. best on Navy. He -~%a^=-scored twice and .caught six passes while on part time duty.. Monto could put a great kick in a Navy offense which so far has been overshadowed by the passing of quarterback George Welsh. Guest is no slouch, but the 180 pounder is no fire eater like Mon to. Even Monto's teammates yel "Look out, here comes No. 38' when he takes off. Navy, in. the final analysis, can thank Corny Salvaterra of Pitts burgh for Montols presence at the academy. Salvaterra was the star Quarterback and Monto the full back of the G. A. R.,High School |KVVilkes Barre. f-f-Salvaterra was a highly sought Jxillege prospect and Monto went along. Salvaterra couldn't pass the Academy eye exam and Monto (Was rekdy to follow him elsewhere. Jjjjjt Salvaterra talked : Monto into Staying at the academy while he jjfcSit to'Pitt.' ; ti^Ionto is one of the brightest Jejiplastic students in the acad- ""'*. He has a 3.55 average. Peris 4.0. '. .-..•, -•..•••;• PuttiC* COLLEGE FOOTBALL POWER INDEX ) Th« Pover Index rolingt ait pojt performance avtragii. Ix• ample: a 50.0 team hot been 10 scoring point! stronger, per gome, thon a 40.0 team, against equally rated opposition Gomes of Week Ending November 6, 1955 J et Action To Run ' <s - • 'Jltt Pimlico Special BALTIMORE Wt—The first for- J^l acceptance of an invitation to Tun a horse in the Nov. 26 Pimlico J5j5.gcial arrived yesterday from iM|ine Chance Farm. ^Tftrs. Elizabeth Graham said she •wiuld'enter Jet Action, recent win-' |||; of the Washington Park Handi • and the 'Olympic Handicap, in |;',-19th- edition of the Pimlico ce. AMONG TOP 150 Higher ' Rofing Lower Rater Diif. Rater FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4 . Miami.Fla. '102.9 (2U Boston Coll. 81.8 . W. Vircinia 102.2 (231 C. Wash'n '79.0 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5 Arkansas 97.2 I 8> Rice '89.1 Army 98.3 (13) Yal« „ P 8i.8 Auburn _ '96.9 ( 0> Miss. Stale 96.3 Clemson 92.4.(16) Va. Tech _ '76.2 Colgate 85.9 (241 Bucfcnell _ '61.6 Colorado _ "85.9 ( 21 Utah 84.1 Colo. Ai-M _ 77.7 ( 41 Okla. AiM '"3.8 Cornell .. __ 71.7 ( 3i Brown — '69.1 Dartmouth .. 68.6 ( 8) Columbia _ '60.5 Delaware '75.7 ( 1) Gettysburg 74.8 Denver -78.0 (52) Colo. Coll. - 25.8 Detroit 7S.5 ( 4) Marquette '7].0 Florida 93.8 ( 5) Georgia 88.7 Fla. State _ '70 J ( ll Villanova _ 69.1 Ga. Tech _ 104.5 ( 9) Tennessee '95.7 Houston U. 80.9 (12) Tulsa -68.7 Kansas St. _ 84.9 (10) Kansas — -74.7 Kent State _ 77.8 (24) Toledo _._ -53.6 Kentucky _ 96.2 ( 3) Vanderbilt '92.8 Lafayette _ '71.0 ( 41 Rutgers 67.2 Lehigh '72.5 (16) V. M. I. —"56.8 La. Tech _. 73.2 (13) SELouisn'i '60.1 Maryland *109.0 (16) L. S. U. 95.6 Miami. O. _ '96.1 (20) Bowl. Gr'n 76.2 Michigan _ 109.3 (22) niinois '87.0 Mich. State 109.1 (17! Purdue _ '92.1 Minnesota _ 95.5 ( 2) Iowa '93.4 -Mississippi - 97.8 (31) MemphisSt -66.4 Miss.Southn 82.6 (17) Abil.Chris. -65.9 Navy -102.9 (12) Duke 91.3 Nebraska _ 78.9 ( 8) Iowa St. _ -71.1 N.C. State . 77.8 ( 8) Boston U. . -70.2 N.TexasSt. '73.7 ( 2) Chatfn'ga - 72.1 Not. Dame 107.1 (44) Penn -63.0 Ohio St. _ -103.6 (19) Indiana 84.7 Ohio U -73.2 (31) w. Michigan 42,5 Oklahoma 312.1 (30) Missouri _ -82.1 Oregon 8S.3 (21) WashState -65.4 Oregon St. -87.5" (26) Idaho 61.5 Pittsburgh -97.5 (26) Virginia — 71.8 Princeton _ 79.0 (13) Harvard _ -66.0 Richmond '68.2 ( 61 Davidson _ 62.2 SanJose St. "82.3 (24) Cal. Poly _ 58.9 So. Calif. -100.1 ( 8) Stanford _ 92.0 S. Carolina 72.6 ( 4) N.Carolina -68.7 Syracuse _ 101.3 (12) Perm State -89.7 Tempe St. -84.1 (11) W.Tex.St. _ 72.8 Texas '98.9 ( 1) Baylor 98.4 Tex. ASM -104.2 ( 6) S. M. U 98.1 Texas Tech -83.1 (10) Arizona 73.2 Tex. West'n 89.0 (27) H'rdnSim's -62.2 Trinity, T. "78.0 (31) Midwest'n _ 46.8 Tulane 97.4 (22) Alabama _ -75,6 U.C.L A. _ 108.8 (21) Col. Pacific -88.1 Utah State . 71.8 (22) BrigYoung -49.6 W'kcForest -83.1 (12) Wm. & Mary 70.9 Washington 82.2 (19) California -733 Wichita .._ -77:7 ( 3) Cincinnati . "69.9 Wisconsin ._ 94.7 (17) N'western -77.3 Xavier. O. _ 84.3 (351 GreatL'kcs '49.9 SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 6 Holy Cross '83.2 (15) Dayton 68.0 OTHER EASTERN FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4 Hcfstra _ '33.6 ( 9) Wilkes —_ 24.4 Indiana, P». 36.9 ( 2) St. Vincent -35.0 Upsala . "48.7 (29) Ithaca 19.5 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Albright 47.2 ( 81 Lcb. Valley -39.3 Alfred 61.7 (441 Kings Pt. _ -17.3 Bridgeport 30.3 ( U NBritainSt -29.3 Calif. St. _ 45.7 ( 4) Bloomsb's -41.9 Carnegie T. -46.1 (12) F i M 34.0 Coast Gd. . 54.3 (34) R. P. I '20.1 Colby -32.5 I 1) Bates 31.8 Connecticut 64.0 (14) N'eastern _' '49.6 Cortland 51.3 (17) EStr'dsb'g -34.7 Drexel 51.8 (14) W. Maryl'd '37.3 Geneva _ -45.3 ( 9) Lycoming _ 35.9 Hobart _ 47.6 ( 7) Hamilton . -40.9 J. Hopkins '30.5 ( 1) Sw'rthmore 29.4 Juniata ..... -47.3 124) Grove City 23.3 Lock Haven 39.5 I22> .Mansfield -17.1 Maine -68.9 (30) Bowdoin ._ 38.9 Maryl'ndS*. '65.0 (21) DelawareSt. 44.3 Mass. U. — 59.7 ( 4) Brandeis _ -55.9 Moravian _ 61.1 (331 Ursinus _ -28.1 Muhlenb's - 46.8 ( 3) Temple -43.4 N Hampshire 60.2 ( 2) Springfield -58.5 N Haven St. 50.1 (27) Brockport -22.7 P. M. C. .. -50.2 (25) Dickinson _ 25.2 St. Lawr'ce -37.6 ( 9) Buffalo 2S.5 Ship'nsb'g _ 41.3 (26) Kutztown _ "15.4 Slip. Rock _ 38.8 ( 4) Clarion St. -35.0 Trenton .._ -12.3 ( II Montclair _ 11.2 Trinity, C. _ 66.4 (26) Amherst _ -38.7 Tufts -48.6 (14) Rochester _ 34.2 Union 45.6 (15) Haverford -30.5 . Vermont _ 39.1 ( 4) Middlebury -34.7 Wagner _ 20.4 (19) Susq'haona -1.0 Waynesb'g -47.5 (26) W i J 21.1 Wesleyan _ -51.6 ( 6) Williams _ 45.9 W. Chester -51.1 (25) MillersvUle 25.8 Westm'ster -54.8 (31) Allegheny _ 23.7 Wore. Poly - 56.3 .(23) Norwich _ -33.8 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Scranton _ -49.5^(13) King's •:.-.. 36.8 OTHER MIDWESTERN FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4 Carilwse . -28.9 (23) Eureka 8.3 McPherson -32.0 < 0) Ottawa 31.9 N. Dakota _ 53.6 (29) Superior _ -24.9 NW.Okla. _ 36.9 ( 8) SE. Okla. _ -28.7 W.Dlinois _ -54.7 (17) Til. Normal 37.7 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Akron — -63.6 (44) Oberlin 19.5 Alma -41.4 (10) Ferris 31.2 Anderson _ -25 5 ( 51 Franklin _ 20.9 Ashland .._ -26.5 ( 9) Defiance _ 17.4 BethanyWV 4S.O (43) Marietta -30 Bradley 45.5 (15) WmJewell -30.1 BuenaVista -28.7 (17) Dana 11.6 Capital — -40.3 ( 4) Wittenberg _ 36.3 Case :_ -41.0 (23) Edinboro _ 18.6 Cent. Mich. 68.8 (12) Mich.Norm -56.3 Cent.- Okla. 52.0 ( 0) NE. Okla. _ -51.5 Coe -58.1 (43) Monmouth -15.1 ColEmp'ria '48.0 (26) Bethel _L 21.9 C'cordia. M. 49.4 (14) Hamline _ -33.5 Cornell. la. -41.6 (11) Lawrence _ 30.6 DcPauw 45.5 (16) Indiana St. -29.5 E. Illinois _ -40.3 (13) N. Illinois - 27.7 Evansville _ 52.3 (19) Ball St . -33.0 Findlay 34.9 C12) Blulfton _ -23.4 Grinncll 35.2 ( 6) Knox -29.7 Hanover _ -24.2 (6) Taylor 18.4 Heidelberg _ 59.8 ( 9) St. Joseph -51.0 Hillsdale __ 56.1 (27)- Adrian • '28.8 Hiram 27.4 (17) Kenyovi _ -10.0 111. Wesl'n _ 40.6 (38) Elmhurst _ '2.7 Ind. Central 23.2 ( 9) Manchester '14.1 la. Tchrs. _ 53.2 (10) S. Dakota _ '43.3 J. Carroll _ 52.0 (11) W. Reserv* 40.9 KanWesl'n "20.7 ( 4) Baker 17.2 Luther 37.8 (14) Central. la. -23.7 Millikin — -40.3 (19) No. Central 21.8 Moorhead _ -28.9 ( 6) Westmar _ 22.6 Musking'm -63.2 (18) Denison 45.7 N.D. State _ 36.4 ( 5) Ausust'na -31.3 O Wesleyan -41.9 ( is B-Wallace _ 41.4 Omaha •: 60.3 (39) Wayne U. -21.7 Parsons — -39.S (10) Upper la. _. 29.2 Pitisb'g St. -53.9 (22) S'westn.K. _ 31.6 StBenedict -45.4 ( 8) Emporia St. 37.2 Simpson _ -35.5 ( 6) Wartburg _ 29.8 S.D. State - 59.3 112) Morn'gside -47.4 S. Illinois _ -52.7 ( 7) Wash'n, Mo. 46.1 SE. Mo. St. -45.3 (10) KE.Mo.St. 35.2 SW.Okla. - -53.5 (20) Panhandle _ 33.6 Valparaiso '44.5 ( 2) Wheaton _ 43.0 Wabash — -48.3 ( 7) Butler 41.3 Washburn -53.7 ( 0) Ft. Hays St. 53.6 Wilmingt'n -26.0 ( 8) Earlham 18.0 Wooster — 42.3 ( 6) Mt. Union _ -35.8 OTHER SOUTHERN FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4 Ark. Tech - 41.3 ( 3) Henderson -38.8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Appalach'n 49.1 ( 7) Guilford _ -42.6 Ark. AiM -45.9 (15) Ozarks 30.9 Ark. State 61.3 ( 8) Austin -53.6 CarNewman 35.1 ( 4) MaryvUl* _ -31.1 Centre -50.4 (37) Sewanee . . 13.9 E.Ky.State -64,5 (16) WjCy.State 48.1' E.Texai St. -56.5 ( 9) Tex. A i I _ 47.5 Elon -43.7 (37) Newp_News _ 7.0 Em'y Henry 44.7 ( 3) W.Carolina -41.8 Florence __ 53.3 (21) Troy St -32 2 Ham Syd'y -48.1 (30) W i L 18.6 Jax State _• '66.6 (10) Wm. Carey 56.4 Louisville _ '71.2 (34)Morehead „ 37.6 Marshall _ -64.6 (-1) Youngsto'n 63.4 McMurry _ '64.5 ( 4) How. Payne 60.2 McNeese 60.0 (42) TexLuth'n -17.8 . Mid. Term. 60.4 ( 4).Murray St. '56.4 Miss. Coll. -26.9 (13) Hendrix 12.3 MorHarvey "58.4 (21) Concord 37.8 Newberry _ 53.5 ( 1) Citadel -52.2 N. W. La. "59.0 (U) NELoufs'na 45.1 Potomac St. 32.5 (15) WVWesl'n -17.8 Presbyfn _ 53.6 ( 9) Stetson — -44.1 Shepherd _ "44.3 (41) D. C. Tchers. 3.0 SouthernSt "35.J ( 6) SE. Okla. _ 28.7 SW.La.Inst -60.0 (25) La. College 35.2 SW. Tex. St 62.0 (20) Lamar T. _ -42.2 S.F. Austin 54.3 (27) Sul Ross _ '27.5 Tampa 66.7 (16). E. Carolina "50.3 Tenn. Tech -63.3 (17) Aust. Peay 46.5 W. Liberty I 33.3 (22) Glenville _ "11 3. W.Va.. Tech 39.6 ( 9) Fairmont _ "30.7 Wofford 59.7 (14) Catawba _ -46.0 OTHER FAR WESTERN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Occidental _ 40.2 ( 3) Cal. Aggies -37.5 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Chico St. _ -50.4 (35) Sacramento 15.9 Col. Idaho _ 41.3 (16) Westm'ster -25.8 ColoWesfn, "44.9 (12) Colo. St 32.5 EJSTMexico "43.1 (18) Corp Christi 25.2 Fresno St. -61.7 (22) S. Diego St. 39.6 Idaho St. _ "52.5 (21) Colo. Mines 31.6 Montana 55.4 ( 9) MontanaSt. "46.9 N.M. AiM -42.3 ( 7) Adams St. _ 35.8 S.F, State _ 41.3 ( 6) Hedlands _ "35.0 STANDING OF LEADERS NATIONAL 1 Oklahoma 312.1 2 Michigan 109.3 3 Mich. State 109.1 4 Maryland 10D.O 5 U. C. L. A 108.8 6 Notre Dame _107.1 7 T C. U. 106.4 8 Ga. Tech _104.5 9 Texas A & M —104.2 10 Ohio State ___103.8 * Horn* Team 8 Holy Cross _ , 9 Boston Coll, _ 81.8 10 Princeton 79.0 MIDWEST 1 Oklahoma 2 Michigan 3 Mich. State _ 4 Notre Dame 5 Ohio State 6 Miami, O 7 Minnesota 8 Wisconsin . S Iowa ,,,-.' 10 Purdue .112.1 .109.3 -109.1 .107.1 J03.6 . 96.1 .-95.5 . 94.7 . 93.4 . 92.1 SOUTH 1 Maryland — 2 T. C. U. '3 Ga. Tech -109.0 -106.4 J04.5 -104.2 z Rating Unavailable 4 Texas ASM 5 Miami. Fla.' 1 6 W. Virginia 102.2 7 Texas . 98.9 8 Baylor 98.4 9 S. M. U. -. 98.1 10 Mississippi 97.8 FAR WEST 1 n. C. L. A 208.8 2 So. Calif. JOO.l 3 Washington — 92.2 4 Stanford 92.0 5 Col. Pacific 88.1 6 Oregon St. 87.5' 7 Oregon ._ . , . • 86.3 • 8 Tempe State 84.1 9 Utah 84.1 10 San Jose St 82.8 Copyright 1955 by Dunkel Sports Research Service 'RIO TIED FOR THIRD N TELEPHONE WHEEL Lamps, Cords and Plugs are tied or third place, three games be- ind the pacing Coils, as a result " latest action in the C&P Tele- ione Bowling League. Plugs shut ut Jacks, Coils topped Cords, 2-1, ials blanked Keys and Bells won om Lamps. •Leading the winners yere Pete :cFarland, 158-416, Plugs; Mike iehl, 158-423, Coils; Howard eargan; 197-476, Dials, and rant .Glingerrnan, 151-424, Bells. 'landings:'"' 1 "' ' • ' ' w , 10 . oils ....... . 13 5 Plugj . neks ........ 11- 7 Dials ..... ... 711 amps ...... 10 8 keys ........ 6 12 ords ....... 10 8 Bells . ... ..... 5 13 PAR FOR BURGLARS NORTH PROVIDENCE, R. L— NEA)—Burglars stole $7,000 worth equipment from Joe Pezzullo's ro shop at the>Louisquissett Golf lub. Orioles' Batteries To Report Feb. 15 BALTIMORE (ffi—General Manager Paul 'Richards has ordered liis pitchers and catchers — veterans and promising rookies from the farm organization — to report to Scottscale, Ariz., on Feb. 15 to launch the Baltimore Orioles spring training, program. Rookie infielders and outfielders will report five 'days later, Feb. 20, for intensive specialized instruction, and the older hands will report on March 1. Full-scale workouts will begin March 2, Ricpards said, and the first exhibition game will be played March 10 against the Chicago Cubs. Other exhibition opponents will be .the New York Giants and the Cleveland Indians. One of the wildest Ivy .League ratball games ever played in- olved Yale and Dartmouth in 931. They played a 33-33 tie. Sanders Wins Mexican MEXICO CITY — (INS) — Doug Sanders of Cedar Town, Ga., won the Mexican Amateur Golf I championship yesterday. omen's Shuffling Clingcrman's 1, Golden Nugget 1. Pocahontas 2. Stadium Inn 1. Frostburg Eagles 2, Hi Dee 1. Frostburg Legion 2, WOW 1. Green's Chevrolet 2, Purple Heart 1. HIGH SCORERS Evelyn Gray, Clingerman's, IB, Jean rner, Nugget, 18. ' Thclma Oilman, Stadium Inn 26: Dot iyton, Pocahontas 19. Sretchen Walsh, Hi Dee, 27; Ursula linn, Eagles, 19. C. LUlcr, Legion, 21; Alice Sions, WOW, Jean Flynn, Purple Heart, 26; Jean d Kay .Duckworth. Green's, 21 each. Men's Work Shoes . V/e carry thd largest selection of : men's work shot* in -the city. Narrow or wfd» lasts, composition, Neoprene or leather soles to pick from. Comas In regular, 8, 12 qnd 16 !n. height. Name the sty la ... we have U, $4.98 to $14.98 Hub Army & Navy Sales Company 19'North Centr« Street . All-American Consideration Given Bosley By ROBERT MOORE RICHMOND, Va. W"s—West Virginia's tackle Bruce Bosley today was named the finest lineman to appear in the Southern Conference so far this season by the league's regional board screening talent for the All-America football team. Four of the board's five members gave Bosley, a 225-pound sen-l ior from Greenbank, W.Va., a first! place vote. One nominator listed] Davidson's fine pass-catching end.i Tom Newton, as No. 1 and put Bosley in second place. Bosley Runs Away Five .points were scored for a first place vote, four for second, etc, Bosley ran away with the vot- He.avy Mail Hoople Refuses To Quail At Contumelious Cracks By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE (Father Of Grid Spots) MY WORD! The mailman 'developed a veritable ing. . • Second went to Virginia Tech's crack center, Jack Prater. • New:on and William & Mary tackle Bob Lusk tied for third. Eight other linemen were listed, including tackle Sam Huff and ends Gary Bunn and Joe Kopnisky, all of West Virginia's seventh- ranked Mountaineers; .end Walt Brodie of William & Mary, guard Conrad Tuza of The Citadel, cen- :er Bill Price of Davidson, tackle Erik Christensen of Richmond and tackle Dave Young of. Furman. Bosley, Prater and Tuza were among the nine nominated for All- America consideration in the sea- ion's initial rundown of talent last veek. The Wyant Praised nominators added seven new names to the All-America check list today and continued to >raise three aces ; in particular— Sosley, quarterback Freddy Wyant and.halfback Bob Moss, all of tVest Virginia. Other candidates for All-Amerca included halfback Mike Sommer of George Washington, Brodie, halfback Joe Marconi of West Virginia, Huff, fullback Sam Woolwine of Virginia Military, guard ?om Owen of Davidson and quar- erback Jim^ Boyle of. Furman. bunion on his shoulder bringing me my mail last week, and most of it abusively critical! The result of the football games bore me out, however, and Hoople stands triumphant. The burden of the complaints was directed at my selections of Georgia Tech over Duke, Texas over SMU, Minnesota over Southern Cal and Mysteria' over Reform U.-that did it! All, as you know except the Mysterians were definite underdogs.. That there would be'a reluctance on the part of the Reformers to play the Mighty Mysterians did enter my mind. And, since I put it down in type, who can doubt such mystic magic? '. . The week's rest may be just the thing for methodical Mysteria. Coach Frank Fiction, always an optomist, fully expects to find gold at Fort Knox when his undefeated and unranked Mysteria Pixies return to the grid wars Saturday. "It should be a close game and I look" -for it to be settled at the gold posts," said Fiction. The "spots" given by the so- called experts, just' come up as something before their eyes. A Hoople never flinches, the eyelids being too , heavy for much else than a closed flap after a night at the Owls' Club. A less sturdy soul-would -have quailed at some of the contumelious remarks hurled at me- by readers, many of whom offered to wager on -the outcome of the games in question. ' ' * Well, you know what happened^ My upset choices won, and I.deem 70,000 See Yankees '* Trim Jap All-Stars i, OSAKA (m — The New York' Yan- tees clubbed the All-Stars, picked rom Japan's professional baseball eagues 7-3 today in an exhibition ;ame played before a capacity crowd of 70,000, fans at Koshien Stadium. The American League champi- ms got three runs in the first inning. Billy Martin hit a home run n the third inning. NO SKATING TONIGHT ARMORY We sell Chicago & Cleve- land Shoe Skates at the rink for the little children at 9.95, 14.95 and 18.00. Shoe skates are .guaran- teed for three months. We carry a complete line of all sizes for boys & girls. PICKING BOWL TEAMS the results the best reply to those who disagreed with me. Millions lave been converted to following Hoople's every word. HAW! Speaking of my favorite place of relaxation, "Owls" say that Tort Hill will take over the Westminster Owls this. Friday and that the Elkins' Tigers will have wished they had forgotten to schedule AUegany this year. The Tigers' unbeaten record will have ;o . wait another "season as Campers prepare to enter the the Thanksgiving Day game against he arch-rivals across the Hill without a loss. If those of you have been loyal (Continued on Page 25) Bragan Given Year Contract To Pilot Bucs t PITTSBURGH Wi-Bobby Bragan, a 37-year-old veteran of eight years as a minor league manager, who makes no secret of his admiration for Branch Rickey, is the new field manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Rickey, who became chairman of the board after resigning as general manager, wasn't at the new conference when Bragan was handed a one-year contract for an undisclosed salary yesterdsy: Bragan, apparently referring to the help Rickey has given him. made it clear he owes a lot to the Mahatma and will try to exploit the youth movement which Rickey began in his five year reign. Rickey was succeeded by 37-year- old Joe L. Brown, one of his front office assistants. Just as he did in becoming manager of Hollywood of the Pacific Coast League, Bragan follows Fred Haney as manager of the Pirates. Haney was let out: by Rickey at the end of last season after three years. Haney recently signed- .as a coach with the Milwaukee Braves. While Haney was struggling with the last place Pirates, Bragan was having fine success in Hollywood. In 1953, his. first year as.mana- ger, he was voted the most yalu-. able manager in the, PCL for winning the championship. Martinez, Danish Champion To Meet • ST. LOUIS /INS) — Missouri State boxing commissioner Charles Pian announced today that Vinca Martinez of Englewood, N. J., America's fourth-ranked 'welterweight, and Danish champion Chris Ihristensen will meet in a riation'al- y-televised 10-ro'und bout at St. Louis Nov. 23. • . . . '•'" 25, ; 1 A FRIENDLY with one <•' ; ••• Si-ViTJ »•>• .V;. *$?:'";' >^y- **:».*:• difference QUEEN CITY BREWING COMPANY CUMBERLAND, MD. Curled //> Get It... today! DARING TESTS '<a&---' ... . : . PROVE NO BOIL-AWAY WiTH Du Font's Econorhy Arvti-Freeze S THROUGH DEATH VALLEY TO PIKES PEAK Tom McCohlll, the nation's number-one car tester, was asked to make this 1,300-mils run. Du Pont- wanted to convince car owners that its economy anti-freeze— "Zerone"—won't boil away under virtually any driving conditions—despite some opinions to the contrary! At D«oth Valley enough : "Zerone" was put into ; the test car for 10° below zero protection. Then the radiator pres-" .sure cap was put on and officially sealed. A flask wai attached to the overflow pipe to catch any of the^'Zerone", solution—should it boil away. . • •• McCahill itarttd out in the blistering heat of Death Valley. He crossed mountains, hit all kinds of weather, bucked heavy traffic. Temperatures rose and fell. Finally he climbed the'tortuous road up Pikes Peak, snaking past six-foot snowdrifts to the 14,110rfoot summit. IN FLORIDA... NO BCIL-AWAY PROVED AGAIN.' McCahlll't »wn report: "Not one drop of 'Zerone' boileii away..The catch flask was empty. There was no loss of . anti r freeze.proteetion! My test, run proved to m* thit 'Zerone' vxm't^boil away in today's modern cars : wiik properly operating pressurized cooling systems." ^ E - ' ' : : ; '<••: it "Zerone" in your car and forget about £] warm spells—as well as hard freezes. And, Y": •remember this:-"Zerone".contains a.special f chemical inhibitor that gives you complete-^ protection against rust and corrosion. Best'-. of all, "Zerone" saves you up to $4.00 per?, filling over prwrn'um anti-freezes. :•:- Tom MeCjhill says: '7h« pressure capon today'* ear ndl-'•-'• ators is tht reison why 7erone - won't boil iwiy—insurinf- - complete protection In properly operating cool-V ing systems. Money can't buy a btlter mil-, ^ .frwe thin Du Font 7erone.'" ~ " At Daytono. •••ch, under NASCAR* supervision, the "Zerone" test car raced »long the beach at speeds between 110 and llS.mph for 23 miles. Thougrrcnglne Itmpcratma atrragcd 35° aboct normal, not » drop of "Zerone" boiled »wsy! 'National Asiociationfor Stock Car Auto Racing. SfSO Hi r»EK GALLON •mil miNCt ret itTTitnviM«...rNfov*if Call WMMnt Ufll*n. AMI Operator IB f*r r«wr marael Ou r«nt

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