Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 15
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 FIFTEEN WVU Drilling Secretly For Pitt Contest By The Associited Press Sixth-rated West Virginia today drilled behind locked and guarded gat-s for Saturday's football clash at Pittsburgh. Richmond, meanwhile, found out its star .fullback, Frank Pajacz- kowski, won't be available Satur- ..."fcday when the Spiders host George A .^Washington in a Southern Conference tilt. Pajaczkowski was hospitalized with a severely sprained neck .muscle. He will, be replaced by John Zupicich or 'Manuel Sen- teles. . Virginia Tech L staged a scrimmage yesterday for Saturday's scrap against 'North Carolina State at Bluefield, W. Va. Davidson engaged only in lighl work for Saturday's game with Wofford at Davidson. Defense drew the attention • of Washington & Lee's Generals, who LITTLE SPORT By Rouion Pro Football Oklahoma Replaces Terps Gets Rougher, travel to, Sewanee Saturday. Quarterback Ken Herron and halfbacks Charley Moore and Gus Pringels returned to the Furman squad- after long absences and probably will play in Friday night's contest with Florida State at Greenville, S. C. Tackle Don Bolt also was in full pads for the first time in a month; Virginia Military, like Furman still seeking its first victory of the campaign, worked until dark for its conference test at The Citadel Saturday. William & Mary, idle this week, looked at movies' of last week's 13-7 loss to Wake Fore_st. W & M athletic officials said the films revealed halfback Jay Sanner "did-not catch and fumble a pass from quarterback Tom Secules. The officials ruled be did and that Wake Forest's John Parham recovered the fumble. From there, the Deacons moved 42 yards for the winning touchdown. The W & M staff also : said halfback Junior Duff of W&M was clipped on the play which scored the Deacons' first touchdown. Mule Coach Finds Star As Fill In ALLENTOWN, Pa. W— Coach Tom Triplett of Muhlenberg found a brilliant sophomore reserve in Dick Cornish of Washington, N. J., when the Mules regular quarterback was forced out with an, injury. All Cornish did in his first starting assignment was to play 60 minutes against Albright and throw three touchdown passes of 30, 77 and 72 yards in a 26-13 victory. Besides, he gained 238 yards on offense and made five tackles on defense. THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING SC QO COATS .'. ..... 9*99 PANTS and $1 77 BREECHES ..... "M • Graham Feels ATLANTA L?)—Pro football.keeps on getting rougher and rougher says Otto Graham, veteran quarterback of the Cleveland Browns "Things haven't got out of hand yet," Graham told the Atlanta Quarterback Club last night, "but unless something is done, it'will.' The 34-year-old player, who suffered a head injury in Sunday's game against New York, recalled that a year ago he pointed out thai the game gets "rougher anc rougher," and he added last night that "that still goes." ' "Commissioner Bert Bell says that the National Football League plays rough and tough but nol dirty," Graham declared. "But I know it isn't true." He said game officials were allowing players to get away with too much rough stuff and that BeU and the club o w n e r s could do something about it "if they wanted to." .. Graham also said last night that he plans to retire after the current season, and that he would never be a coach; not even ii Northwestern, his alma mater, sought him. . "A coach can't control the things that affect his job, and .that's why I'H_never coach," Graham said. He said he could nave had the job at Northwestern this year if he'd wanted it—"and now I thank the.Lord I didn't." Lou Saban, Northwestern coach, has been reported under fire. Mountain Top, Hercules Win Mountain .Top edged Fort Hill, 1111 to 1105, in the Western Mary : land League's second smallbore rifle contest Sunday afternoon at the Bowman's Addition and Oakland ranges. Hercules took a LaVale forfeit. Carroll Miller's 281 at Oakland led the Mountain Toppers. Fort Hill gunners were paced at Bowman's Addition 'by Norm White's 289. Jim Spitznogle's 288 was high for Hercules in their forfeit victory. Two-Foot Puddle Causes Cancellation BROOKLINE, Mass., Nov. 5 (fft— A puddle two feet deep over a 'ifth of Northeastern's football field ;oday' forced cancellation of a scheduled game with Connecticut. 3ecause ' of commitments, postponement of the game until Sunday or Monday was impossible. It would have been Northeastern's final game of the season. Since 1872 Yale has won the Ivy League title 18 times and shared the' championship on eight occasions. AsNo.lInAPGridPoll By The Associated Prtss Oklahoma, a latter day power in college football, took over as the No". 1 team in the Associated Press poll today, much in the-same style as the 1950 club brought the Sooners their one and only national championship. It's the first time Coach Bud* Wilkinson's crew has held the top rating this season, although they've been near the top in each of the seven previously weekly polls. Similarly, Oklahoma's 1950 champs didn't make the top in the weekly poll until Nov. 21. On the next to last ballot of the season. More Orange Lustre Oklahoma's new role adds even more lustre to the Orange Bow! clash which undoubtedly will sent the Sooners against Maryland" — the club they ousted from the No 1 spot. Maryland, even by extending its winning streak to 13 games by beating L9uisiana State 13-0 lasl weekend, couldn't cope with the shift in favor among th" nation's sportswriters and sp-. l ers that gave Oklahoma a , . 115 first place votes in the heaviest balloting of the season. The Terps, who had 74 first place votes to Oklahoma's 54 last week, pulled 89 from the 283 ballots cast in this week's poll. On a point basis, however, the Sooners — who ran their winning string to 26 by whipping Missouri 20-0 Saturday — had a much,smaller edge over Maryland. On the basis of 10 points for first, 9 for second, etc., the Sooners totaled 2,466 to Maryland's 2,415. West Virginia In Sixth Oklahoma and Maryland are al by themselves at the top of the rankings now that Michigan has been shelled from the unbeaten list. The Wolverines, onetime leaders and third last week, tumbled to seventh after being upset 25-6 by Illinois. Michigan State, beaten only by the Wolverines, replaced Michigan in a move from fourth. The Spar tans got 44 first place votes and 2,051 points. UCLA, Notre Dame and West Virginia (the only other major unbeaten-united club left) followed the leap-frog advance past Michigan. The top 10 with first place votes and won-lost records in' parentheses (points on a 10, 9, 8 etc. basis): 1.' Oklahoma (115) 2,466 2. Maryland (89) 2,415 3. Michigan State (44) 2,051 4. U C L- A (9) 1,762 5. Notre.Dame (2) 1,726 S. West Virginia (18) 1,069 7. Michigan 970 8. Texas Christian (3) 551 9. Texas A & M 448 10. Ohio State (1) 430 THE SECOND 10 11. Georgia Tech 292 32. Auburn (2) 263 13. Navy 207 14. Mississippi 180 15. Miami '(Ohio) 121 16. Illinois 35 17. Pittsburgh 31 18. Tic: Duke 28 Mississippi State 28 20. Tie: Iowa 25 Miami (Fla.) 25 Sit* . EXPLORER Wyant Appears Headed For Total Offense Honors RICHMOND, Va. Iff) — West Virginia's Freddy W.yant, the southpaw quarterback who led the Mountaineers to their third st r aight Southern Conference championship, appears headed for his second successive total offense crown. Wyant has almost a 200-yard lead in the total offense race as the season heads down the homestretch. The Mountaineer signal- caller has passed for 594 yards and rushed for 181 for a total of 775 yards, far ahead of Davidson's Dick Belton. Belton still holds his edge hi passing with 47 completions on 87 attempts for 665 yards while West Virginia's Bobby Moss remains the top ruimer with 544 yards on 61 carries, and an 8.9 average. Davidson pass catchers Bill Gramley and Tom JJewton continue to lead in pass Teceptions with 18 apiece. Virginia Tech's Bobby Wolfenden remains the leading punter with a 39.9 yard average. Carey Hits Sixth Home, .Yanks Win HIROSHIMA, Japan Iff) - Third baseman Andy Carey hit his sixth home run in 12 games as the New York Yankees whipped the Japan Central League All-Stars 6-2 today. Carey's homer in the fourth with center fielder Bob Cerv on base tied the score 2-2. Fielder Hank Bauer connected for a homer in the sixth with pinch- hitter Tommy Byrne on base. Ed (Whitey) Ford and Bob Grim limited the Japanese to three hits. The New Yorkers got-, 10 hits off five pitchers. Benders Take Lead In Savoy Pin Wheel The Benders gatoed first place in the Savoy Ladies League, shutting out Crystals while Diamond was being blanked by Queen City. Savoy topped Majestic, 2-1, in the other match. Star pinsters were Freda Angellatta, 128 and Mildred Frankfort, 321, Benders; Helen Kerns, 136-323, Crystals; Hilda Deter, 125-330, Queen City; Betty Chaney, 115 and Helen Simons, 288, Diamond; Lyle Aaron, 112 and Margaret Yan- torno, 312, Majestic; Walburga Schute, 149 and Gretchen Walsh, 366, Savoy. Standings: W L Benders 15 9 Majestic .... 11 13 Savoy 14 10 Diamond 1014 Crystals 12 12 Queen City .. 10 14 W L Bill Rigney, new manager of the STew York Giants, iazz fan. is a Dixieland CitacleFs Broome Player Of Week RICHMOND, 'Va. l-SV-The Citadel's Budgie Broome is the Southern Conference Football Player of the Week. Broome, a 172-pound halfback, earned the honor in the weekly poll conducted by the Southern Conference Sportswriters Assn.for his work in The Citadel's 13-7 tri umph last Saturday over Newberry. He gained 168 yards in 10 rushes, scored a touchdown and set up another, returned a kickoff 24 yards and raced 33 yards with an intercepted pass. Broome made runs of 66. 28 and two 16-yard sprints. He edged out Richmond quarterback Tommy Theodose, who guided the Spiders to a 19-0 decision over Davidson. Theodose made one touchdown on a 95-yard return of an intercepted pass, passed for another touchdown and set up the third with his running and passing. He said he wanted to see how| are: Clifford Mooers' Traffic Social Outcast performed in thejJudge, Doug Small's Aeschylus^ Trenton Handicap at Garden StateJLJongallen Farm's Mister Gus, Nov. 18. date of the next annualjlast Saturday. He said he wouldiprance's Picounda and Mahari,' e " meeting of the Baltimore Baseball' accept for Social Outcast only as England's Nucleus and Darius,^ Club stockholders. • Jan alternate. The newspaper said the name of \eelty, vice president of the club, 'loomed high" among the prospects fo replace Miles. But it added hat "speculation also linked" Terry with the vacancy. ; Terry, president of an auto busi-, ness in Jacksonville, Fla., expres-; sed surprise that he had been men-i tioned. But he told the Sun he' could not say he "wouldn't be in-| :erested" if approached and "if the proposition were right." Keelty told the Sun he would "accept the position without pay ... under a proper business setup" if asked. Three Shutouts In CTP League . o- Three of the six matches in the B & 0 CTP Bowling League ended in shutouts, Freight House beating Fab Shop, Passenger Station whining over East Yard . and 11-7 Machinists topping A-B Shop. In 2-1 matches, Diesel turned back Tool Cars, Pipe Fitters topped Rolling Mill and Bolt & Forge won over M of W Department. Leading pinmen were Joe La Gratta, Freight House, 202-533; Frank Whitman, 156 and Art Redhead, 359, Fab; Welton Breighner 173-442, East Yard; Stan Teets, 180 and Bob Ziler, 477, Passenger Sta tion; Charley. True, 191-501, Ma chinists; Jack Perkins, 171 and Herb Sarver, 437, A-B: John Hani' fan, 182-440, Diesel: George Speis. 188 and Warren Johnson, 447, Too! Car; Albert Grenfci, 158 and John Sapp, 400, Rolling Mill; -Ray Rup- penkampi 159-506, Pipefitters; Chet Benson, 149 and Ralph Breighner, 387, Bolt & Forge, and Bill Wagner, 182-481, M of W. High School Rec Title . At Stake Tomorrow Championship of the High School Division of the City Rec Touch Football League will be decided tomorrow at Penn Avenue Field in a meeting between the Goofers and Pop's Place. The game is scheduled to get under way at 4:15 p.m. Happy Adds To Game In Duckpin Circuit Happy added a game to its lead in the Hap-o-Happy' B o w'l i n g> League, shutting out Cheerful while runnerup Jolly was losing one ol three to Merry. Smiling topped Friendly, 2-i, in another match. Leading scorers were Virginia Davis, 127 and Clara Palmer, 342 Happy; Walburga Schute, 121-334 Cheerful: Lucile Davidson, 105-302 Friendly; Martha Douglas, 130 anc Jenny Davis, 331, Smiling; Harriet Allison, 125-341, Merry, and Elizabeth Rorick, 145-350, Jolly. Standings: w Happy 18 Jolly Smiling , 15 9 13 11 W Cheerful 10 1 Friendly 8 16 Merry 8.36 League Meets Tonight Final plans for the Central YMCA Sunday School Basketball League season will be formulated at a meeting tonight, 7:30, at The longest run ever made by an Alabama football player was a 100-yard kickoff return by Jim iBurkett in 1949 against Duquesne. Terry Linked Social Outcast Increases With Vacancy International Field To 13 At Baltimore BALTIMORE L?v-The Baltimore Sun said today that Bill Terry, 'ormer New York Giants great. LAUREL, Md. (ff)—Alfred G. Vanderbilt's accept-.^ ance of an invitation to run his Social Outcast in the Washington D. C. International has swelled the field to 13, largest yet in the short history of Laurel's turf classic. When the invitation was firsth- and James Keelty, Baltimore building contractor, were being men-;proffered a week or two ago. Van-jning fifth in the Roamer Handicap tioned as possible successors to the derbilt hedged. He said he wasn't; a j Jamaica. retiring president of the Baltimore sure Social Outcast could run Orioles. Clarence Miles, the~ prominent attorney who now heads the American League team, announced yesterday he would resign effective against Traffic Judge, another! International starter. Other horses entered in the fourth running of the International ; Canada's Prefect, Ireland's Social Outcast romped home an slipper. Germany's Ataturk and the impressive winner at Garden State, j Venezuelan entries. El Chama and ' Traffic Judge, meanwhile, was run-jPrendase. Good Man to Know at This Season ED BURNS If you don't already know this man, you should. 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