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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER $ 1935 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT Taker Jones Battles Saxton In TV Bout Tonight OAKLAND, Calif. W — Ralph • (Tiger) Jones, an old favorite for armchair boxing fans, meets Johnny Saxton in a scheduled 10-round ... bout tonight at the Oakland audi- '^toriuiii. S' Although the fight is not being! ^billed as a rematch, it'll be the Tsecond meeting between the two. •"If it's as close as the first one, ^television viewers (ABC-TV) are in Wor a pretty fair evening. **' Saxton, who since then.has wonj taj'and lost the welterweight chain-' "^pionship, got the decision in the Sjnitial meeting in 1952 on a verdict *"as close as you could make it— ^Tone point. The 10-rounder was lv fought at St. Nicholas Arena in l!',Kew York, with one judge calling «»it each way in rounds and the ^referee scoring a draw but giving i. Saxton six points to Jones) five. ;... ' Jones, sixth-rated middleweight '«. will be making his eighth TV show --ing of the year. Saxton is in the position of al- 1 -rnost having to win. He's reported'.. \ ]y been promised another crack at * «the welterweight crown. A loss to ~^ Jones probably wouldn't eliminate '•••• -such' an affair, but neither would Z. .it add any sparkle to a contender's * -record. p ; The bout is scheduled to start at r 10 p. m. (EST). C "Thrive In Michigan 'I, '-..' LANSING, Mich.UP) — Michi* gan's elk herd is- doing right well !- since seven animals were released * in-1918 at the Pigeon River.State J 1 Forest in central Michigan. Latest *- estimates place the herd at close * to eno. .• •'• ••:•••• J COLLEGE FOOTBALL POWER INDEX } The Power Index ratings ore pait performance averages. Example; a 50.0 ream has been 10 scoring points stronger/ per , than a 40.0 team, against equally rated opposition. Games of Week Ending November 13, 1955 REDUCING IS EASY! win flu new simple Plan to MAIL ORDERS SENT C.O.D. RAND'Q DEEP lillllU O CUT RATE . Baltimor. of C.ntre Cumberland • SHIRT Laundered -R-E-E IF WE RETURN ONE WITH -A BUTTON MISSING SHIRTS ONLY (CASH & CARRY) • AMONG TOP 150 Higher Rater Rating Dift. Lower Rater FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Chatfn'ga' -74.0 ( 2) P.I. Marines 72.3 Detroit ...... *76.4 1 91 Villanova . 68.9 Fla. State „ 70.5 (25) Furman „ N5.6 Miami.Fla • 101.1 (40) Bucknell _... 61.2 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12 "90.7 124) 75.1 (281 74.0 (20) Arizona _ '72.1 (16) Army 95.1 (31) Auburn .- 90.9 ( 8) Boston Coll. 83.6 (16) Bowl. Gr'n 77.5 ( 5) Cincinnati '10.3 ( 21 Colorado 89.0 (111 Cornell 72.8 ( 4) Delaware _ 79.6 (36) Denver "78.8 ( 7) Duke _.-.. 93.9 (26) G. Wash'ton 80.9 (11) Ga. Tech .. 102.7 (27) Harvard _ -69.5 ( 2> Holy Cross .. 83.2 (13) Idaho _ 62.3 (13) Kan. State - 88.5 ( 5) Kent State *78.1 (23) Kentucky _ Lehitfh La. Tech __ Louisville _ 70.2 ( 7) Maryland _ 108.7 (17) Miami, O. _ 94.5 (26) Michigan - *99.8 (14) Mich. St. '111.7 |22) Mississippi . 98.0 (20) MlssSouthn "S5.2 (53) Miss. State - 3H.S ( 4) Navy _ 100.3 (40) N.C. State _ 80.0 ( 3) N.TexasSt. -71.6 < 6} Not. Dame 105.8 (32) ,Ohio State -102.3 ( 3) Oklahoma -111.0 (39) Okla. AiM _ 73.5 ( 2) Oregon St. _ 80.7 ( 7) Penn State - 92.5 '26) Purdue ._ '91.2 (15) R. Island _ 71.8 ( 8) San Jose St. 76.1 (12) S. M. U. _ '97.6 ( 0) StiJiford . '95.2 ( 7) Syracuse ._ '98.1 (12) Tempe St. - 85.2 ( 3) Tennessee _ 97.7 ( 4) Tex.AiM „ 104.7 (16) T. C. U. __ 106.4 ( 7) Texas Teen 84.2 (12) U.C.L.A. '110.1 (24) Utah '81.0 ( 3) Vanderbllt - 99.1 ( 2) W'ke Forest 82.5 ( 9) W.. Virginia 100.3 ( 4) Wichita __ '77.3 (15) Wisconsin '96.1 ( 0) Wyoming _- 81.4 129) Yale 89.2 (13) Montana ... Penn ' Georgia —__ Boston U. .. Ohio O , ' Hardn Sims' Nebraska _ ' Dartmouth ' Temple ...._ ' Utah State _ S. Carolina ' Richmond ' Alabama Brown ... MarqueUe • BrigYoung ' Missouri .... • Waynesburg Memphis St. Albright „ • Austin __ E.Ky.State ' Clemson ' Dayton — ' Indiana Minnesota „ Houston U. NJ3, State . L. S. U _ • Columbia „ • Va. Tech McMurry „, N. Carolina • Iowa . ... Iowa St. . Kansas - . ' California • Rutgers — " N'western _ Connectic't ' Wash .State • Arkansas Oregon Colgate Tex.West'n • Florida — • Hice • Texas _—. • Tulsa : ' Washington Colo. AiM. . Tulane *• Virginia _ • Pittsburgh • Drake Illinois : N. Mexico ' Princeton _ • 56.5 •64.3 83.6 67.8 •72.7 68.6 •78.4 '68.5 •43.7 72.5! •67.7 •69.6 75.8 68.0 '70.1 •49.2 •83.2 48.7 66.2 •46.3 53.6 •63.6 •91.2 •68.0 86.0 89.2 77.5 32.4 93.0 '60.6 77.3 65.2 '73.6 99.7 71,6 •7U '79.9 '66.5 76.2 '64.0 'G4.0 97.4 87.7 86.1 '82.6 93.9 '88.9 99.0 '72.1 85.6 78.0 '97.2 '7W 56.0 62.3 95.B 52.8 75.9 OTHER EASTERN "FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11 Carnegie T. 46.1. ( 2) St. Vincent -43.7 NHavenSt. '49.9 ( 6) A. I. C. 43.8 SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12 Alfred _ 56.4 ( 8) Hobart '48.6 Brandeis ._ 55.0 (16) Buffalo — '337 Bridgenort 30.1 I 5) Wilkes '24.7 Calif. St. _ '44.8 I 01 B-\Vallace _ 44.6 Centre 49.5 (301 W 4 J ...._ '199 Dr«xcl _ '53.8 ( 01 Coast Gd. __ 53.6 EStroudsb'g 36.0 (29) Cheyney St -6 6 Geneva . .... 45.2 (22) Allegheny '23.4 Gettysburg - 70.4 (25) W. Maryl'nd 35 "1 Grove City '20.4 ( 1) Edinboro . _ 19.0 Haverford '36.5 (25) Susq'hanna 11.2 J. Hopkins _ 32.0 ( 9) Dickinson '23.4 Juniata — '50.2 122) Sw'rthmore 27.9 King's '36.6 (16) Kings Pt. __ 20.5 Kuiztawn _. 16.1 ( 4) Momclair _ '11.7 LockHaven '38.1 ( 01 Lycoming _.. 37.9 Mass. U. ... 60.5 ( 5) NHa'pshire '55.8 Millersv'le '27.2 I 8) Mansfield __ 13.4 Moravian _ 62.0 (52) Wagner '10.2 Muhlenb'g _ 46.5 (12) F 4 M '340 Rochester ., '32.0 (12) R. P. I. . _ 204 Ship'nsb'g -40.6 ( 3) Clarion St. . 37 2 Springfield '63.4 (30) Hofstra 33.4 Thlel _... . -44.6 ( 3) Bethany _. 41.9 Trinity. C. '65.9 (13) Wesleyan _ 53.1 Tufts _... _.. 51.1 ( 5) Upsala .._ -45.4 Union -40.9 I 5) Hamilton __ 36.2 WChesterSt 49.7 ( 7) Bloomsb'g -43 1 Westm'str -55.2 (19) Slip. Rock . 36.3 Williams . '44.4 ( 51 Amnerst . ._ 39.2 Wore. Poly. '57.0 (23) NBritainSt. 29.1 OTHER MIDWESTERN FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11 Col F.mporia 46.3 (18) Ottawa -28.3 CulStock'n -8.9 I 61.Eureka 3.2 EmporiaSt. '37.2 / 3) Duluth _ 343 McPherson 34.3 (29) Bethany. K. -4 9 NW. Okla. -36.9 ( 61 S'westn.. K. 31.6 Omaha . ... -58.6 ( 7) Idaho St. __ 51.8 Pittsb'g St. 52.4 ( 4) NE, Okla, . '48.6 Warrensb'g '42.2 (25) Baker 17.5 Washburn . 55.7 (19) SW.Mo. St. '362 W. Illinois '54.9 ( 7) St. Ambrose 48.1 SATURDAY. 'NOVEMBER 12 Adrian 26.0 (10) Olivet M5.9 Akron 62.4 ( 31 Heidelberg '58.9 Albion — '34.3 ( 0) Kalamazoo 34.2 Ashland — 28.8 ( Si Bluffton _. *23.8 Bradley _ '45.6 ( 0) Valparaiso 45.4 Capital 38.1 (17) Otterbein _ -20.9 Cent. Mich. -63.2 (27) E. Illinois _ 40 9 Central St. -44.2 (21) Anderson _ 22.9 Coe - '59.0 ( 0) St. Olaf __^_ 58.8 Cornell, la. _ 41J (13) Ripon _.„_ '28.5. Defiance 15.1 ( 4) O. North'n "11.3 Denison 43.4 (22) Oberlin „ '20.9 FLHays St. '51.6 (13) Kearney St. 38.7 Franklin _ -22.9 ( 7) Manchester 15.9 GrinneU _ '34.7 120) Monmouth _ 15.1 Hillsdafe _ '58.9 (27) Lewis 32 2 111. Wesl'n '40.6 (16) Augustana _ 24.5 Ind.State _ '34.4 ( 7) Hanover _. 27 4 la. Tchrs. _ '53.5 (16) Mankato'St. 37.9 J. Carroll 45.4 ( 5-1 Case 40.4 Lawrence _ '31.2 ( 1) Knox . 30.2 Luther 37.5 (12) Loras L_ '25.6 Marshall 65.3 (12) Toledo -533 Mich. Norm. 56.9 (29) N. Illinois - '27.6 Mo. Valley -51.4 ( 6) St. Benedict 45.4 Muskingum 65,5 (301 Mt. Union '35.1 Neb. Wesl'n 30.2 (10) KanWesl'n -20.4 N. Central '22.4 (20) Elmhurst __ 2.7 No. Dakota 52.0 ( S) So. Dakota '43.0 No. Normal '42.5 ( 6) Moorhead _ 28.4 O. Wesl'n . '38.5 ( 0) Wittenberg 38.4 Principia „ -7.5 ( 4t Rose Poly _ 3.4 St. Joseph '51.9 (21) Navy Pier . 30.8 Simpson _ 36.5 (10) Upper la. '26.2 S.D. State . 56.9 doi LaCrosse - '46.8 S. Illinois _ 47.0 ( 9) III. Norm. - '37.5 Wabash 47.8 ( 71 DePauw — '40.9 Wash'n.Mo '51.8 (101 Butler _ ._ 41.9 Westmar . _. 23.4 ( 3) Tarkio ... '20.0 W. Reserve '41.5 ( 4) W. Mihcigan 43.0 V.'heaton .. '41.6 ( 2) Minikin . . 39.7 WmJewell '30.4 (25) Central. Mo. 4.6 Wilmingt'n -25.8 (20i Marietta 6.2 Woostcr ... 43.1 (12) Hiram . -28.8 Youngsto'n -62.7 ( 9) GAdolphiis 53.8 OTHER SOUTHERN FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11 Ark. Tech -40.7 (311 Her.drix _._ 9.8 Salem '18.5 ( 1) Br'gewater .. 17 J SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12 AbilChris'n 63.3 (17) Mldwesfn -467 Ark. At-M _ 49.5 (34) Ouachita - -15.0 CarNew'an '35.3 (181 Howard 17.5 Catawba _ -51.5 (ll)-Guilford 40.5 Citadel '54.2 10) V. M. I. 54.1 ConrorS ... -25.4. ( 5) Maryville ... 30.8 Cor Christ! "ISA (10) Tex. Luth'n 19.0 Davidson . '60.S < 6) Wofford ..... 54.7 Delta St. .. '40.1 ( 8) Troy St. . _ 31.9 E.Texas St. -S5.4 I 4) S.F." Austin 52,8 Em'y Henry 48S (12) W.V.Tpch . 35.6 Evansville _ 54.2 ( 5) W.Ky.St. - '49.1 Fairmont __ 34.3 ( 7) PotomacSt. '27.2 HamSydney 47.3 ( 71 RandMacon '40.1 HowPayne '53.5 (30) Sul Ross 29.0 Jax State _ *G3.0 (15) Florence 53.5 Lenjlhyne -5B.1 (12) Elon . 44.5 McNeese _ '59.5 ( 0) SELbuisn'a 59.3 Mid.Tenn. '60.5 ( 4) E.Tenn.St. - 56.9 Mo.Mines - 39.6 ( 3) S'wrestn.T. '36.3 Mor. H'vey '00.8 (22) Horehead _ 33.6 Murray St. _ 56.3 (11) Aust.Feay -45.0 NELouis'na -44.4 ( 7) La. College 37.0 Newberry _ 51.9 ( 5) Stetson '4C.5 NWLouisn'a 59.8 ( 2) SW.La.Inst '58.0 Ozarks '26.3 (12) Conway St. 16.0 Peru St. _ 41.5 (22) Fish '19.1 Presbytr'n '51.5 ( 1) Appalach'n 50.7 Shepherd .-'45.9 (40) NewpA'ews _ 5.5 SouthernSt '34.5 ( 61 Miss. Coll. . 28.8 SW.Tex.St, -56.0 ( 3) S. Houston 53.2 Tampa. '67.0 (28) W.,Carolina 39.1 Tenn. Tech -64.6 ( 2) Ark. State - 62.8 Tex. Ail . -47.7 ( 0) Lamar.T. _ 47.6 W 1- L .: 19.6 ( 5) Sewanee _ -14.8 W. Liberty . 33 J (10) WVa.Wesl'n 23.1 OTHER FAR WESTERN FHUJAY, NOVEMBER 11 Cal. Poly _ '67.5 ( 3) Fresno St. . 59.9 Chico St. _ 47.8 (10) Cal. Aggies -37.5 ColoWest'n -47.8 (15) ColbMines . 32.4 Humboldt -39.5 118) Nevada 21.0 Pepperdine "42,8 (30) Flagstaff _ 12.5 SW. Okla. _ 53.5 (201 Adams St. '33.3 Whittier __ 44.0 (14) L.A. State '29.6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Cent. Okla. 54.9 (21) Highlands ''33.4 Col. Idaho '43.0 (15) Whitman _ 28.0 ColoState _ 29.6 ( 5) ColoColl ... *25.0 N.M. AiM '44.8 ( 4) S. Diego St. 40.5 Occidental _ 40.2 (26) Cal. Tech _ '14.3 Pomona i 44.0 (301 EaVerne _ '14.2 SJ. State _ 43.3 (25) Sac'mento '18.5 STANDING OF LEADERS NATIONAL 1 Mich. State _ . 2 Oklahoma 3 U. C. L. A.:— 4 Maryland —L — 5 1. C. U, . 6 Notre Dame ._ 7 Texas AiM _ 8 Ga. Tech ' 3 Ohio State ;— .10 Miami. Fla. _ .111.7 .111.0 .110.1 .108.7 .106.4 .105.8 .104.7 .102.7 .102.3 .101.1 £AST 1 Navy . 2 Syracuse .1 3 Pittsburgh _ 4 Army „ 5 Penn State . 6 Yale : 7 Colgate 8 Boston Coll. 9 Holy Cross . 10 Delaware _, -100.3 _ 98.1 _ 96.0 _ 95,1 - 92.5 _ 89.2 : _86.1 _ 83.6 -.83.2 _ 79.5 MIDWEST 1 Mich. State _ 2 Oklahoma 3 Notre Dame . 4 Ohio State 5 Michigan 6 Iowa 1 Wisconsin — R Illinois 9 Miami. O 10 Purdue _: .111.7 .111.0 .105.8 .102.3 - 99.8 . 99.7 . 96.1 , 35.8 - 94.5 - 82.1 SOUTH 1 Maryland i_ 2 T. C. U. __ 3 Texas AiM . 4 Ga. Tech ;_ 5 Miami. .Fla. . 6 W. Virginia . 7 VanderbUt _ 8 Texas _ 9 Baylor 10 Mississippi _ -108.7, -106.4 -104.7 -102.7 -101.1 J00.3 i 99.1 _ 99.0 _ 98.3 _ 98.0 FAR WEST 1 u. c; L. A : 2 So. Calif. 3 Stanford 4 Oregon 5 Col.'Pacific— 6 Oregon St. 1 Washington — 8 Tempe.St. . 9 Wyoming 10 Utah 110.1 96.9 95.2 87.7. 86.8 86.7 85.6 85.2 81.4 81.0 Dunkel Gives Spartaris Nod By 22 Points ' By DICK DUNKEL DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-(Special) — Gee whiz. North Dakota State's football team will travel 1,200 miles this week for a game in which, according to the Power Index, it will be a-53-point underdog. State, whose' rating is an anemic 32.4, will wind up in Hattiesburg, Miss. , s where big, rough and tough Mississippi Southern (85.2) will have the chopping block all ready i for Saturday's ceremonies. What jsome coaches will do to get away from the alumni! This weekend's college grid fare will range all the way from that wowser down to a couple of matches where there's less than a point difference between the opponent's ratings. These even-Stephen affairs will be SMU-Arkansas, at Dallas, and Wisconsin-Illinois, at Madison. Michigan State, now the Power Index leader with 111.7, will be at home Saturday for its final Big Ten contest of the season, against Minnesota (89.2). The rating difference is 22 in the Spartans' favor, and a win here will keep alive their hopes for the league tide and Rose Bowl bid." Other national leaders' situations on Saturday'will be: ' . No. 2 Oklahoma, at home, rating 39 over Iowa State; No. 3 UCLA, at home, rating 24 over Washington; No. 4 Maryland, away, rating 17 over Clemson; No. 5 TCU, away, rating 7 over Texas; and No. 6 Notre Dame, away, rating 32 over North Carolina. In 49 World Series games Brook- yn lias been involved in 19 one-run decisions. The Dodgers lost 11 and won 8, )isplay Classified ROOT RAKES FOR LAND CLEARING DIAL: PA 4-1400 Excavating — Trenching — Grading We Are equipped-To Do Youi Job With 200 Pieca at fnuipm'ont Shov.ti. Cron.i, Back Ho.i, Trenching Machinei, Do»r>. Camprntori and Orilll, 8u'ck«« ^Uad.ri, Trac«or-Trail«r« for Htavy Hauling, truck*. «tc. IOPSOII Fill GROUND ROAD MATERIAL Baughman Contracting, Inc. TELEPHONE PA-2-4588 Crying Towel (Continued from Page 15) field, W. Va., had quarterbacks Billy Cranwell and Jimmy Lugar throwing plenty of passes yesterday. More trouble hit Washington & Lee's Generals, who will still be after their first win Saturday at, Sewanee. W & L trainer Deb Davis underwent an appendectomy and halfback Carl Bailey suffered a leg injury during a scrimmage. William & Mary, idle this week, reported speedy halfback Jack Yo- he.may be ready for the Nov. 19 game with North Carolina State. Yohe missed three tilts due to a knee injury. End Jack Lewis, also nursing a knee injury, may be lost for the remainder of the season. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press SAN ANTONIO, Tex. —• Jlcmo Dicz, 121, Mexico, outpointed Tony Grasso, 121, Hartford, Conn.. 10. FRESNO. Calit. — Fran): Skidmore, 148, San Francisco, outpointed Jimmy Duprce., 147, Compton, Calif., 10. Thirty-seven' of the 44 players on the Alabama football squad are from Alabama. Yafe's Tarasovic Named AP's Top Lineman Of Week By The Associated Press Phil Tarasovic, Yale's football captain and left tackle, said last week "we'd rather beat Army than win-the Ivy League championship/' The Elis, of course, did upset the Cadets, and it was Tara- sovic's great line play that helped get the job dene. Off that performance, Tarasovic today was named the Associated Press lineman of the week. The Yale line gave Army no end of trouble last Saturday in the Yale Bowl, chopping down Army backs with such ( force that the Cadets fumbled five times. Twice it was Tarasovic, a 21-year-old senior from Bridgeport, Conn., who flopped on the loose ball. One of the recoveries set up Yale's first touchdown. The other choked an Army drive late in the third quarter as the Elis pulled it off 14-12. NASCAR REPEATER DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — (NBA)—Tim Flock of Atlanta, winner of NASCAR's Grand National Circuit crown in 1952, is picked to win this' years crown after compiling 17 stock car racing victories. When Wally Post of the Redlegs batted in 103 runs in 1955 he became the first Cincinnati right fielder ever to knock in more than 100 runs in one season. SEAFOOD featuring Imperial Crabs Oysters on the Half Shell Clams on the Half Shell Shrimp — Grab Cakes Steamed Clams Fish — Steaks — Chops Draft Beer — Liquor THE DOLPHIN BAR 107 N. Centre St. PA 4-9822 Maryland Star (Continued from Page 14) because Pellegrini forgot planned defenses and went justing all over he place in pursuit of ball carriers. Now even Tatum has stopped worrying, convinced that the 225-pound center will be at the right, spot a lot more times than he misjudges. Tatum was the first to say Pel egrini would be as good as anj center in the country after making the switch. 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