Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 25
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 West Virginia On List Eyed Scouts For Cotton Bowl • DALLAS (/P)—Georgia Tech,'Tennessee, Mississippi State and Auburn will get the eye this'week as the ; Cotton Bowl starts looking over prospects for its Jan. 2 football game. son were coming up in the next two or three weeks. He has intimated that the Army-Navy game may become a guiding point in the selection but cited Mississippi- Mississippi State and West Virginia-Pittsburgh and West Virginia-Syracuse as other important games to be watched. Texas A&M Leading Host team in the Cotton Bowl is supposed to be the Southwest Conference champion but right now Texas A&M is leading the race and "if it wins the title can not play in the game because it is under probation for recruiting violations. • Some other conference team 'would have to be selected, probably; the : ruriner-up. Nevertheless, the teams that play in the Cotton Bowl are going to take down a pile of cash. Secretary Howard Grubbs estimated that each would receive $160,000. They'll have to divide up with their conferences but should come.: off with a sizable jack pot- .Others on the list are West Virginia, Mississippi, Army and Navy . but Tech hooks up with Tennessee '. and Mississippi State with Auburn Saturday in two. of .the- nation's : big games. Thus the Cotton Bowl's attention will be centered on them for the time being. Also, these are • the only.instances of Cotton Bowl prbspects meeting each other. : , With the announcement by Cot- ton Bowl president Felix McKnight yesterday that representatives would be present for those games came the revelation that Tennessee had moved into-the picture. Vols On Move : The Volunteers got off to a poor Start, losing their first two games, but winning the next four, and a -Victory over Georgia Tech would make them good prospects for the bowl in which they already have twice -appeared. And should Ten- ^nessee get the bid'it would mean that- Bowden Wyatt would be sending a team into the Cotton .Bowl : two years in' a row. He had his Arkansas team here last Jan. 1 before ' going to Tennessee as coach.. McKnight L already has seen Auburn. He'was in New Orleans attending a newspaper meeting Saturday and went out to watch Auburn lose to a Tulane team McKnight described as "inspired. 1 He said he was impressed with Auburn .despite, its loss. .. McKnight explained that no of" fers would be made at this time but that .all the prospects^ would , merely..,be^ looked over to get a line, on" which is the best bet for visiting team in the 'Cotton Bowl. He pointed out that some of the ; most important games of the sea- ^imiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiLk I TODAY'S I | 'OPEN TIL 9 P. M. : |'52Pontiac$1195| •• Chieftain t Colalina. Radio, S ~ htattr, turn ilgnali, windshield Z » waiher, wheel covers, under* ~ 'Z coat. Hydramatic and many olh- 3j — er extras. Low mileage, one — |||| Ford $14951 — Cuitomlint.- : 8': Fordor. Radio, 2 5E h«atcr r ;; undercoat, ' .Fordbmatic t£i •S ond :inany • oth'er txtroi. 14,000 ™ I£ milti. On* owner. 5 |'52 Ford $7951 ^ Cuitomlin* 6 Tudor, Radio, hear- ~ jS «r, undercoat. Paint in showroom ~ ~ condition. Low mileage, one — 2 owner, perfect. .. . .. 5 E Call for Demonstration = St. George = MOTOR COMPANY | = CORNER SALEM t 5. CENTRE = f Phone PA 2^3456 imuiimiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiiimirc Hoople Refuses (Continued from Page 24) to the core this season in taking my predictions to the heart will recall, only once have I slipped up on predicting scores for either the Sentinels or Campers. And that wasn't quite a' slip, it happened before I bad a chance of reading the proof on selections and (rant on, dear sir) 'also came at a moment before I spotted the errant ways of my former pair of assistants and had them relieved of any further services. I'm reluctant to go on a boast any i more. Har-rumph and gad- zooks, it's useless to beat one's head against the stone wall * of uninitiated imbeciles. In the past I have learned to by-pass such as those who would doubt that even the.earth was round (undoubtedly he "was round when it w'as proven different). ,'.. „'',.'.'; Not top many upsets.this week, folks! The big one is Illinois to defeat Michigan and Stanford to repulse Southern Cal while Ridgeley won't lose to LaSalle. And, oh yes, Penn : io • nip Notre Dame. Go ahead .and feast your, eyes on another perfect Hoople card: SCHOLASTIC Alleging 18. Elkins 7 Fort Hill 36, Westminster 0 Kidgeley 21. LaSalle « Keyscr 33. Petersburg 0 Parsons 18. Philippi 7 Martinsburj 18, Fjonf ROTS! 13 W. V». Deaf .23, Gallaudet Prep IS . . COLLEGIATE Potomac State 21. W. Va. Wcsleyan 1J Maryland 31, LSI! 7 West Virginia 1H, GW 7 VP1 1!), Clemson B Richmond 30, Davidson 12 Shepherd 31. Wilson Tea chert 7 Armj 20, Vale 7 Brown 1G, Cornell 13 Princeton l:t. Harvard t Navj 24, Duke 7 Syracuie J4. Penn Slate 0 • Illinois^ UrMlchitan 7-^5: Ohio .State 20," Indiana 10 _ Minnesota II, Iowa 8 , Iowa State 13. Nebraska T. Kansas State 10, Kansas 7 . Purdue '1-1,' Michigan State 13 Oklahoma 34. Missouri' 14 Wisconsin 7, Northwestern 0 Alabama 13, Tulane 7 Kice 20, Arkansas 13 Miss. State 7, Auburn • Baylor 13, Texas 7 Florida 19, Georgia 14 Georgia Tech 17, Tennessee 13 So. Methodist 20, Tex. A. & M. i f No. Carolina 14, So. Carolina 6 Washington 20, California 7 Oregon 27, Wash. State 13 Stanford in. So. Calif. 7. •Penn 1-, Notre Dame 11 Mystcria 37. Fort Knox'36 Oriole Farmhands To Go To Georgia BALTIMORE WV-The Baltimore Orioles announced today that five of their farm teams will conduct spring training next season at Thomasville, Ga. Jim McLaughlin, director of the American League team's farm organization said clubs from Columbus, Ga., York, Pa.. Aberdeen. S. D. F Thetford Mines, Que., and Paris, Tex., would report to the base about March 1. A decision has not yet been reached on where to train the Orioles two other farm teams, San Antonio, Tex., and Vancouver, B. C. The parent team will open training at Scottsdale, Ariz., on Feb. 15. FREEZERS, DRYERS IN POWER SHUTOUTS Freezers shut out Dryers, Washers wrung a 3-0 victory out of Frigidaires, Ranges topped Cleaners, 2-1, and Water Heaters whipped Ironers by the same count in Potomac Edison Bowling League action. Stars of. the week's mixed matches were: Joan Nichols, 112-314 and Paul Long, 120-325, Frigidaires; Lyla Holliday. 126-325 and Bill Elgin, 170-457, Washers; Sadie Koser, 123 game and Lois Handley, 292 set and Bob. Dom, 358 and John Burkett, 151, Dryers; Anna Long, 137329 and Pete Deremer, 189 -an3 Hap Deter, 484, Freezers; Grace Wallis, 140-303 and Milliard Hardy. 186468. Ranges: Shelvie Deremer. 291 and Barbara Merritt, 126 and Ed VIeaders,- 176-386, Cleaners;. Mildred Blades, 119-268 and Pete Elliott, 145-370, Ironers; Mary Hartley. 115-301 and A. Grafton Wallis, 150-373, Waters. LITTLE SPORT By Routon Gerry Planutis, Michigan State :75-pound fullback, spends Sunday mornings fiving religious instruc- ion to boys at a correctional in- ititution in East Lansing, Mich. Church League Fight Continues First-place Grace Methodist and runnerup Central Methodist continued their red-hot battle in the City Church League by scoring sweep victories, Grace defeating Centre Street Methodist and Central blanking Grace Baptist. In other matches St. John's Lutheran topped Zion Reformed. 2-1, and Trinity Methodist nipped St. Cuke's Lutheran by the . same ;core. Setting the pace for the various clubs were: Lou Lyons, 169 game and Walter Hull, 400 set. Grace Methodist; Lewis Smith, 160 and Arthur Gordon, 396, Centre Street; "Bub" Porter. 201-462. Centre Street; Jack Runion, 177-391, Grace Baptist; Dwight Proudfoot, 188 and Gene Howell, 482, Trinity; Charles Smith, 199 and Harry Rodenhauser, 430. St. Luke's: Fred Hamilton, 186 and Leon Aronholt, 423, St. John's, and Charley Robinette, 178-478, Zion. Standings: IV I. w L Grace Meth. . IS 5 Trinity 11 10 Central Meth. 15 6 Centre St. ... 9 12 Zion 13 8 St. Luke's...., 7 14 St. John's ... 11 10 Grace Bap. ;.' 2 19 CALUMET TO FLORIDA HIALEAH, Fla.-(NEA)-Calumet Farm is returning to Florida tracks this winter for the first time in several years. Maryland, WVV And Navy Among Claassen's Grid Picks By HAROLD CLAASSEX • NEW YORK (£>)—Having survived football's cardinal Michigan End * 'Lineman Week' ANN ARBOR, Mich. I?) - Tom Maentz. whom they called "tha other end" when Michigan's football season started, finds himself -that of picking Notre Dame to lose a specific gamei the Associated Press Lineman of ,, . . , • , ... . . . ,. . , the Week today — an honor he -this forecaster returns with a nice, shiny new list of j modesuy says be!ongs to the whole sin- OLSON LOOKS AHEAD •.CHICAGO—(NEA)—Bobo Olson, world middleweight champion. says he intends to box for two more years. blue plate specials. The wrong pick of Notre Dame last week was one of 13 bad guesses. Thirty-six others, however, -were correct for a weekly average of .735. That makes the season's totals 235 right, 85 wrong and .734. Here are this weekend's answers: Maryland over Louisiana State. Oklahoma over Missouri. Michigan over Illinois. , Notre Dame over Penn. UCLA over College of Pacific. Navy over Duke. Georgia Tech over Tennessee. Michigan State, over Purdue. Texas A&M over Southern Methodist. Army over Yale. Southern California over Stanford. West Virginia over George Washington, a Friday night game. Syracuse over Penn State. Kentucky over Vanderbilt. Auburn over Mississippi State. Skipping over the others: Friday Night Miami over Boston College, Texas Western over Hardin-Simmons. Saturday East: Boston University over North Carolina State, Colgate over Bucknell, Columbia over Dart- mouth, Cornell over Brown, Delaware over Gettysburg, Lafayette over Rutgers. Princeton over Harvard, Pittsburgh over Virginia, Holy Cross over Dayton (Sunday). South: Clemson over Virginia Tech, Florida State over Villanova, Florida over Georgia, Mississippi over Memphis State, South Carolina over North Carolina, Tulatie over Alabama, Wake Forest over William & Mary, The Citadel over Newberry, Richmond over Davidson. Midwest: Houston over Tulsa, Marquette over Detroit, Iowa over Minnesota, Nebraska over Iowa State, Kansas State over Kansas. Ohio State over Indiana, Wichita over Cincinnati. Wisconsin over Northwestern Colorado A&M over Oklahoma A&M. Southwest: Arizona State over West Texas State, Texas Tech over Arizona, Rice over Arkansas, Texas o-fer Baylor. Far West: Colorado over Utah. Denver over Colorado College, Utah State over Brigham Young, Washington over California, Oregon State over Idaho, Oregon over Washington State. squad. The 20-year-old junior from Holland. Mich., was voted the week's best lineman by the nation's sportswriters and sportscasters for his blazing performance last Saturday against Iowa. His pair of touchdown catches literally pulled Michigan out of defeat. "It sure is an honor," said .Maentz. "But the team really earned- it." Little was heard of Maentz when the season started. He was overshadowed by big Ron Kramer. Michigan's other versatile end who himself snagged two passes for 79 yards and a touchdown Saturday for a high rating in this week's lineman poll. It was Maentz who grabbed five passes for 169 yards and two scores, including the one that gave Michigan its first lead over the Hawkeyes in the last three minutes of the game. Wilson Wins Another Pete Wilson. Cumberland middleweight, managed by Red Bush, scored his eighth ring victory Tuesday night at Pittsburgh when he decisioned Joe Branch, of the Roy A. C. there. Ryff Decisions, $ Former Champa BALTIMORE - <INS)-"Puhch- less" Frankie Ryff of New /fork almost had the fourth knocktfef of his professional lightweight career last night but settled for a unanimous ten-round decision ov^r former champion Paddy De Marco. The fourth-ranking contfenaer, better known for his speed /j and boxing skill, floored his BriSJJflyh opponent in the sixth round ~b'f the nationally televised bout afftthe Baltimore Coliseum. --' •>•" De Marco, a veteran oP'flteh years with 71 wins in his 88-1ight career, rose at the count of 4hree i>ut took the mandatory /fcijjht- count. He was about to go down again under an avalanche"?' of blows when the bell ended the ro"nd. '».' PLENTY OF LaFAYETTK, Ind. — 'urdue's expanded Ross-Ade .Stadium, which now seats 55,50(£ is .he 12th largest' college-owned >lant in the country. For Tha Best In HOT DOGS -<§ HAMBURGERS Hot Plate Linchw AUTO ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 24 HOUR SERVICE LOVERS LEAP SERVICE STATION • . .^ v-V-''The Narrowi . . . 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