Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 7, 1955 · Page 11
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1955 ELEVEN Dutchmen Gop Bus y Giovandli, \T i i- i r Perez Fight Toils louthrmale CATHOLIC VOUTH LEAGUE (Final Standings) W. L. . T. St. Mary's ...."...:.... 3 0 1 SS. Peter i Paul 2 1 1 St. Patrick's ° < ° The Catholic Youth Football Leagues closed its regular season yesterday at Marydale Field with SS. NEW YORK tf> — Danny Giovanelli, fighting his second main event in eight days, is a throwback to the era when a neighborhood favorite might "top" his hometown club program every week. It took a break in the card for Giovanelli to get his chance. Danny was available when a cut lip Peter and Paul, scoring in every * forced Chico Yejar to withdraw from tonight's scheduled date with Miles Resigns Baseball Post With Orioles BALTIMORE W) — Clarence W. Miles announced his resignation today as president of the Baltimore Orioles and strongly recommended his successor be an "experienced baseball executive." The surprise announcement by the man who played a major role Confidence Vote Given To Faiirot CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo..m.— Don Faurot, Missouri" football coach who's been under fire during one of his rare losing (1-7) seasons, has been given a personal vote of confidence by the president of the university.'s board of curators. Last week there were reported ot petitions, not signed by their originators, being circulated in the state for the ouster of Faurot, head- RIDGELEY'S HAPPY HAWKS — this picture-of Ridgeley High School's happy football.warriors was taken after the- Blackhawks had : polished off.LaSaile, 20~to 0, Saturday night; at Fort Hill Stadium to complete the, second best record, in the-history of the sport for the Black and White. The Hawks matched the mark o£ the 1939 team in victories with'eight, b.ut this year's club dropped a 13-7 decision to Keyser, while the team of 16 years ago was undefeated.: the 1939 eleven was coached by "Pete" Gather. Chet Payne, who completed his fourth season at Ridgeley, is seen in the back row wearing the baseball cap. Bareheaded and to Chefs right is''Torn O'Connor, assistant coach. Because of lack of reserves/. Ridgeley was a "48-minute" team most of the season. 3-0-1, record, while St. Pat's failed to crash the' win column in four starts. Larry Burns accounted for.three Flying Dutchman scores on runs of 50. 12 and 7 yards. Mike Firlie plunged one yard for a TD. Julian Shonter covered 30 yards for a six- pointer and Billy Stakem registered on a 10-yard gallop. Burns made it 20 points for the afternoon by making three conversions. The 4other extra points were credited to Wilt, Firlie and Stakem. Frank Angelatta set \ip St. .Patrick's score in the final period vhen he intercepted a pass and ran 15 yards. Later Francis Connelly smashed over from the two and Angellatta plungec the point. The winners chalked un five first downs, gained 241 yards on the ground, completed five of nine nasses, had one intercepted and lost 17 yards on penalties. .St. Patrick's had four first downs, gained 50 yards rushing, completed two of nine aerials, had two intercepted and was set back nine yards on penalties Friday night at 8 o'clock the players of the three teams will oarticipate in the league's Booster Game at 8 o'clock at Fort Hill Stadium. effective Nov. 18. date of the next annual meeting of the stockholders of the Baltimore Baseball Club. Paolo Melis of Italy in the same club last Monday, his first outing since late August. He jumped at the chance to take on Perez again for he stopped Danny Jo March 2, 1953, the only time Perez failed to Miles said the "impelling reason" and a Cape Girardeau attorney. ... said yesterday he was "fully con- ... fident" the board is "all for the . go the route. United Stajes Has Easy Time Taking Ryder PALM; SPRINGS, Calif. W) — It would appear that the best..-way for Great Britain to gain possession of the Ryder Cup golf trophy must be on some sort o£ lend- lease deal. The United States today has the gold cup for another two years, winning it for the eighth -time in the biennial'battle yesterday, eight matches to : four. This 8-4 score was the best the British have ever done on American soil and at least one sparkling upset was included in their victories—the victory of England's John .Jacobs over the American star, Gary Middlecoff, one up on the 36th hole.';, But the cup, which hasn't seen the British Isles since 1933, re- -.Ifcins in the custody of the'.Professional Golfers Assn._^o£. ; A'mer- ic-?. ' "•''." • • ; :; : ''.'' '' .The eight singles.' matches .yesterday went .like 'this: •'•,-. "-• UNITED "STATES—Sam Snead over Capt.-Dai Rees, 3 and 1. ; Capt. Chick .Herbert over Sydney Scott, 3 and 2. Tommy "Bolt over Christy O'Connor, 4 and 2. ' . . Doug Ford 'over Harry. Weetman, 3 and 2. -.'•••' • •'• . Jack Burke,: Jr., over 'Harry Bradshaw, 3 "and 2.. BRITISH-^Jacobs . over .Middlecoff, orie up. . . Eric Brown over Jerry Barber L 3 and 2. . Arthur Lees over Marty Furgol 3 arid l. .-••'-. Saturday, the U.S. won three out of four doubles matches^ Tapp mg (Continued from Page 10) • when vandals began their destruction. ... In the~ past several years they've broken doors, knockec down partitions, stolen fluorescent lights and inflicted'other-damage . . . This past" week they broke the door leading into, the press section by knocking in the; bottom panel. . . . They stole a type writer and cut a big hole into the wall which separates the room from the WCUM booth. . . . You've read about the country's unbeaten and untied. How about a moment of silence for the unwin ning: Northwestern, Alabama Pennsylvania. Temple, VMI, Wash jngton & Lee and Idaho. ... I was a long time between blocks for Ben Lardizabal, Southern Cali fornia guard. He won a let ter as a member of the Trojan team in 1945.' - . . . -Saturday h came back, a 29-year-old veteran of the Navy, and played agains Stanford. ' Belmont Park's, spring meeting netted New York state $8,117,585 Sooners, Terps Arid jtf ichigon InTliot Order ' COLUMBIA, Mo. (7P) — "Oklahoma, Maryland and Michigan in just about that order. Or maybe let's say all h'ree are fine football teams." ' ..;. That's what Coach Don Faurot had 'to say when asked Jack M^Grath Rilled In Auto RacingMisliap NBAWestera Titlists Drop Pair Of Games ow he felt about the nation's iree>top ranked teams as of last 'eeki ' ; • .And Faurot should have a pretty air'idea of the comparative mer- s of the big three since his Misouri Tigers have had the un- leasant distinction of playing each f them this season. Maryland was ranked No. 1, Ok- ahoma No. 2 and, Michigan No. 3 n last week's Associated Press oil. Respects All Three "Get it straight now, I've got reat respect for'all three .teams nd their coaches and I'm not say- ng one is definitely a lot better lan the other,'.' the ever cautious 'aurot commented;„ ,,. ; • ;„•-:.;. ..... •Faurot -give's •Maryland "the" edge n: the line and thinks .Oklahoma as more team speed, more first lass reserves and a bit better lacks. "Michigan's backs and ends tack up with the best in the ountry," Don said, "but against us at .least, Oklahoma and Maryand both had stronger lines." Maryland beat Missouri 13-12, Michigan took the Tigers '40-7 and Oklahoma last .Saturday won 20-0 "We were'in poor physical condition when we played Michigan,' 'aurot said. "We* didn't have lunter (quarterback Jimmy Hunter) except; for a few minutes in he Michigan game. He made*£ ot of difference in the Maryland and Oklahoma games." Likes Sooners In Bowl Asked.. what he thought woulc lappen in event Oklahoma "anc Maryland meet in the. Orange Bowl, Faurot commented: "Maryland is real strong in the irie because of its great tackles )ut Oklahoma's 'two first team: plus overall speed and deceptive- less could make the difference Jecause of its depth Oklahoma vould have a good advantage on hot day." . - • The veteran Missouri coach PHOENIX, Ariz, tfl—Two great auto racing careers have come to an end, one in death and one in disillusionment. The first was Jack McGrath's. The 35-year-old Los Angeles driver, vho 'held the 1-lap speed records at he Indianapolis Speedway, was rilled yesterday when his car wenl nto a spectacular flip and fell on top of him in the 86th lap of the lOtf-mile .Bobby Ball Memorial championship race. The second career closed yesterday when the American Automo rile Assn. ended its sponsorship 01 championship racing after 46 years. The AAA had announced The match will be seen on tele- rooted conviction that the services vision (DuMont) in some partsjof an experienced baseball execu- of the country. tive brought to Baltimore at this! time would greatly improve the chances of the Orioles for, rapid i advancement." . i Renewing his expressions of faith present Missouri athletic program in general manager Paul Richardsjand will not change it." Finch, asked. if this could be.- called a vote of confidence for the 53-year-old Faurot, replied: "As far BS I'm concerned it for his resignation "is my deep Wheeling Lists Nine V r eterans Dav Races SS. PETER 1- PAUL 7 21 6 13—47 ST. PATRICK'S 0 0 0 7—1 Touchdowns scored by Burns 3. Kirlie. Shonter, Wilt. Stakem (SS. Peter and Paul): Connelley (St. Patrick's). Points after touchdowns scored bj Burns 2. 'Wilt, Firlie, StaSem (SS. Peter and-Paul); Angellatta (St. Patrick's). • Officials *— Geiger, Michaels, Snider an<J Martin. . By The Associated Press The opening'weekend activity'in the National Basketball Assn. took' its- toll with the result that Fort \Vayne, the western division champions last year, already has two defeats. Three teams remain unbeaten. Fort Wayne dropped a 114.-113 overtime game to Syracuse Satur- lay night and also 'lost another ine-point game to the Minneapolis Bakers last night 96-95. In Saturday night action -Minneapolis dropped its opening game to 51. Louis 101-89 as Frank Selvy nd .Bob Pettit made 21 points apiece for the Hawks. In other games .the New York Knickerbockers nipped Rochester 00-98 in overtime despite a 32- point scoring spree by .rookie Vlaurice Stokes of the Royals. The Boston Celtics defeated the F*"'- adelphia Warriors 98-87 as 'Bob iousy collected 31 points for the leltics. On Sunday, Rochester evened its von-loss record by defeating Syracuse. 83-80. Church Loop Meets The Central , YMCA' Sunday School Basketball League will make final plans for its coming season at a meeting tomorrow 7:30 p. m., at the "Y." earlier it would quit, saying racing has been placing increasing em phasis on speed, power and driver andurance and that these.objectives are not in line with the AAA's safety program. added that he wasn't "too good' on predictions and he hopec coaches Bud Wilkinson of Okla ioma,.Jim Tatum of Maryland and Bennie Oosterbaan of Michigan would take what he says with a grain of salt. ' j Missouri players were consider-j ably more definite in'their rating! of the three teams. Fifteen of 16' players contacted after the Oklahoma game'Saturday predicted the Sooners will win in event-they meet Maryland : at Miamia. The players rated Tommy McDonald, Oklahoma halfback over Maryland's swift Ed Verefa. They also contended Oklahoma had better oyerall speed and hit quicker and harder than the Terrapins. Auto Racing Kills 103 During Year NEW YORK, UP) — The deatl of Jack McGrath in a 100-mile aut race 'at Phoenix. Ariz., yesterday brought to 103 the number of fatali ties in the sport in 1955,. Some 79 persons in this tota were killed in a single accident a LeMans, France, June 11. Maryland Hopes (Continued from Page 10) Rounding out the state program will be Johns Hopkins meetin t Dickinson at Carlisle, 'Pa., West ern Maryland playing host to pow erful Gettysburg at Westminster Md., and Morga'n visiting Hamptoi Institute. THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING COATS .... PANTS and BREECHES . '5. '4.77 tallied 31 points, dropped in a hook shot for the clincher. Five Piston hit in double figures with Larrj Foust coEecting 25 points! The Minneapolis - Fort Wayne game was settled in the final seconds as Clyde Lovellette, who Ei!er Chevrolet 219 N. Mechanic St. PA 4-4400 WHEELING. W. Va. — Featured been dubbed The Navy Purse, The I can. 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