Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 28
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Wai PA.2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 : TWENTY-SEVEN" RIFLE LEAGUE CHAMPS—Here is. the'chain-. . pioh Mountain Top Club of Oakland in the Western Maryland Rifle League. -..The champs, along with the Raiders, kingpins in the Pistol League,.. will be honor.ed at ;.the annual combined dinner : qf the two circuits;this::evening, 7 o'clock,;at St. John's.;LuHier^n ;.Chm-ch!, Shown above ; are, left, to right,; front row, Clyde Calhoun, Alex : Harvey, .Clarence Fulk and .Edward. Michaels. Back row^same order, George Porter, Don Helbig, Merle. McClintock and Randall Sims. Jliss- ihg -when picture was taken were Carol Miller and Bob Kean: Mountain Top. won .over Hercules in the final league, shootoff.^,.;. '.;_> Colonials Reti&y For ..... • • • .•••..' • - ' - */ ,...-.. Mttr Be Out Saturday •.•'•*/'•" •"'•'; .'..-•'• .- : • By The Associated Press ; - George Washington'will be ready for Saturday's foot T ' ball game.'^ith- Maryland, the- nation's'- second-ranked t, the Colonials-are looking forward to play- team. ing,the Terps: at.• College .Park,•. : that's the word from GW Coach ' ~ Bo/Sherman, who labels .the Terps as "probably the best' football team • in. the.. country. , , ..." Drill On Passing The Colonials scrimmaged yesterday and worked on their passing. " ' ' " . . : ':; • William. & Mary, ; . which. r plays Saturday night >at North. ^Carolina State, learned halfback'. Jack- Yofe will. see limited actjoir.after being sidelined foiir^games because of a knee injury:' A knee injury will f e- itrict end' Jack Lewis to spot* duty. : Don McCree, Davidson halfback, returned after being sidelined two weeks and will be ready for Saturday's Southern Conference game against Furman at Greenville, S. C: McCree 'will not start, however. End Tom^Newton is definitely out of the game. Furman Coach. Homer. Hobbs .reported the ' winless Hurricane's "spirit is the best, of the season." Tackle Don Bolt: and guard Dick Johnson have recovered" from injuries and rejoined the squad. Wyant May Be Out West Virginia, which entertains Scruggs back^iri : uniform for the first time/in V month. : J: Richmond, preparing /.for a Tur key Day tilt with William 4 Mary reviewed :its defensive-" assign ments. -••...-• .^- . • • ; Paul LaRue Hits 267 Tenpin Qatiie DAV and the Lions scored -shut out wins in the Frostburg Commer cial'Tenpin League, the win en abling DAV-.to hold its slim.one game 'lead:' .DAV blanked Recrea tioh and "the Lions trimmed 'th Eagles. '- ; •;.-•..- " ".' .'';-.: ; ''•: '.. The : night's 'action was feature- by the deadly firing of Paul LaRu of the Lions... who threw nin straight strikes fot.ya. 267 .game high for the season. His 641 set wa also high for the night.; " • Other leaders.-. were • Bob Porter 190-504, Eagles; : Gib Winner, 222 604, DAV, and George Koontz, 203 540, Recreation. Standings: . '.••'. '-'..w. "i" '•• • '• '' w. [appy Feltori Catches farlin Too Soon SAN JUAN, P.'R.' ffl; — ^ Happy Felton of New York City, Brook- yn Dodger: post-game -television announcer,, entered, the second In- ernational Game Fish- tournament f Puerto, Rico but:.didn't get a trike in four,days of angling. But wo days before the tournament:he nd Reggie'Foster of Chevy Chase, /Ed., both .met with success. Felon landed a blue marlin and-Poser boated a sail fish. DAV Saturday at Mortantown, Va., will -have :to do, without guard Charles vHowiey and'. possibly quarterback^iFfeddy /Wyant: Howley is out tfie rest of the- campaign with a cut on his shin. Wyarit has -a badly sprained knee. ^Washington & Lee, host at Lexington, Va., Saturday to West Virginia Tech, drilled under the lights \last night. Coach Bill Chipley said Al Gitter will start at quarterback for the first time since Oct. 15. A general reviews occupied The Citadel's Bulldogs, who go .to Florida State Saturday. Three other conference teams are idle this week, but they/drilled yesterday for. Thanksgiving; Day . clashes:' Virginia Tech's .Gobblers, who .-tangle with Virginia -'Military Nov.;.-24, : had halfback Bobby Lioni 20 , 21 9': Recreation , 12 10 Eagles ....t.1 13 ;.-,' , NATIONAL: HOCKEY Montreal 3, Toronto 2 New.York,'3. Detroit 3 .(UeV •• MEN'S QUAUTY WORK SHOES You name th* iol*t and wt hov« it. Quality WORK SHOES at the right prices. 4.98,5^8,6.98,7.98 Min'i Carpenter and Painter* OVERALLS', L«e, Headlight, Carhardt and 5w««t-0rr Brands ' 3.98 and 4.98 Hub Army & Navy Sales Company ..';> 19 NORTH CENTRE STREET Panthers 9 Paluck Credits Mates In Getting Line Pick o 'PITTSBURGH UV-"Mean. John" 'aluck, husky senior end of the 3 itt football team who is the Associated Press "Lineman of the Week',-" says his. teammates- deserve the credit for'his honors. Paluck was selected oh the basis of his outstanding performance against West Virginia last Saturday. The previously unbeaten and untied Mountaineers were soundly defeated 26-7 by the aroused Pan- liers — and much of the credit went to "Paluck.-. ;His repeated charging'forced two fumbles the Panthers turned - into 'touchdowns. .Paluck, who hopes to play pro jail, made one of the recoveries. EEs wingmate; Joe. Walton, made :he other. The pair produced the Mrd touchdown that broke the Mountaineers' comeback hopes. But Paluck was 1 modesty itself when informed of the honor. "It wasn't any' individual performance," he emphasized. "The entire team pitched in. It was all team work, -.-.-•:; . , "We worked hard -all week -for the; West Virginia game. .There wasn't a more determined squad in the'country.'We went out with the idea we : .could .lick" the pants off the Mountaineers and we .did." '.Paluck, a senior from Swoyerfi; ville. Pa., has been outstanding on defense the entire season "and occasionally a target for Pitt's passing. .... . . ts Day In (Continued from Page 25) seen four years since the University of San Francisco played football,'but "what a representa- iion that last 1951 Don team has in the NFL. .. The Chicago Cards' Ollie. Matson,"football's greatest running threat; the Chicago Bears' quarterback .phenom, -Ed Brown; Gino Marchetti of the-Colts, who's developed into 'the toughest defensive end in the game; tackle Macomb State, Luther To Play In Cora Bowl, MACOMB, LI.—(INS)—Macomb State- of Illinois and Luther College of- Decorah, la., will meet Thanksgiving-Day in the 10th annual Corn Bowl football game..... The teams were" picked yesterday. It will be the third time thai Macomb State will" have played in the Corn .-Bowl game. LITTLE SPORT ousen n-f 'JL Browns' Ratter man Could Be '56 Shadow For Babe Parilli By LOU O'NEILL NBA Staff Correspondent CLEVELAND—(NBA)—Maybe George Rattennan can play first string ball. But will anybody ever know-about it? ' To the football fan, Ratierman is a good substitute for Otto Gra- Vlonkey Business ANN ARBOR, Mich:-ai —Lester Fisher of Ann Arbor.fired at what took to be a squirrel "swinging through the trees. He brought down a rhesus monkey. The little animal was believed to be an escaped pet or a stray from a laboratory. ham when the game is won or the old Northwestern man' isn't .up to Bob St. Clair,-an;all-pro power on[snuff. To the observant man. in the 49ers; and Ralph Thomas, Red the stands, Ratterman is the genu- Stephens and Joe Scudero, all. Redskin regulars, and coached, of course, by Joe Kuharich:—-also of fleeting shadow of Paul Brown. .You always see George on one knee beside the Cleveland coaeh. the .'51 USF team,,. : . . . .-.. Eddie) it seemed, at the of this O'Brien, of. the twin combination! season, that Ratterman—perhaps with the Pirates, has signed as Freshman basketball coach at Seattle University... It was here that Eddie anc his-brother,'Johnny 0, set the basketball world ablaze- by the court antics :and scoring. They didn't; do too bad with the Pirates this ; year either, and .both have been held in high regard by Bucco officials for the coming summer. .*..... Sign of the times? . -. .' When Pat McKnight,; the SMU Mustang now playing • for the .New York Giants, recovered a goal line fumble the other Sunday, Coach Jim. Howell- got so worked up he rushed over to plant a kiss on Pat's dirty-crusted cheek..,.-!'. "Look out, coach," Pat/backed off,'; "I still got my plastic mask on." ACTION AT TROPICAL 'CORAL, GABLES, Fla;~(NBA) —Tropical Park opens. its 43-day running horse meeting^.No v. 28. football's most famous substitute would finally become a frontliner. With Graham "retired," Ratterman took over the Browns. But he hardly had his pitching hand calloused : when he was back beside Brown—and Graham, was running the Browns. 'It : seemed that for Ratterman, who .has been in somebody's shadow since his undergraduate days at Notre Dame, the Issue .'was settled. He'd 1 pass from the game without even having really been the front man. . , . Shows He Can Run Club ; When Graham was -bopped ; on the head in a game with the Giants, .however, • Ratterman; hid his baby face under a helmet-and dove into a game which saw the Browns trailing, 14-3, and the offense .not clicking. Ratterman then showed Cleve- landers—always skeptical of his talent—that he could run the club. His touchdown tossing^-along with a quarterback sneak for one— beat.New York.- ..'•' . '. It : was -just enough to "leave people thinkihg— "the guy might tie terrific if he ever gets a chance to show it." : * It has been this way for a long time. At- Notre Dame, it was Johnny: Lujack who got the -headlines—and, Ratterniah the reputation as a great passer who .would be in there for sure if Lujack ever got hurt, ..-.-. Ratterman was in long enough this season to toss 41 passes in the first eight games. He hit with 27 of them, good for 443 yards and six touchdowns. :^ ; Otto Tikes Over . He started • every exhibition game, for the'Browns,, but .when Graham returned on Sept. 5 the opening game lineup was .assured. So, on Sept. 24, when the 'champions of professional .-'football:.took the field, .Graham, quarterback, was in the starting lineup. Anybody who has been around Ratterman knows the fun football Pans are missing, with him out of . the limelight. When he's playing, it's nothing extraordinary for George to acknowledge a "nice game" compliment with "I know . In 1947, when running ..the old C' Buffalo Bills, hp stepped from the -.: huddle on fourth down, with the "~. ball on the opponents' five and got ^ into punt formation. The score was 49-0 in -Buffalo's favor and .• Ratterman proceeded to kick'the. ball mto the stands while all.con- cerned watched in awe.; ' ^ Babe To Return '" Ratterman is :29 and with Graham almost certain, to retire ..„ at the end of this ..season.-you'd' think next year would .become the ..,, season • he; finally attatos : star ^ status. ;...:..;.;. •- ••'..;• ' • .-' ' : .--.',;.•. If you "know Rattermari's '• his- «<. tory, however, don't: bet:;dri :it. '*: Paul -Brdwn,;you see,; is qiiick"to ^ point out that: ''Babe;Parilli gets -:~out of service soon. And, he's-the guy we counted on to be Otto's'suc- --^ cessor. 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