SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 195? Dial PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD .taker LaSalleHopes To Snap Losing Ways HereTonighi •;.••.. .-•-•• M.- : • ••,-.- ".- , . " . M. ..' -'-. •• .•• . /• O . •/ > . . • .., • *-* '. . . "You'lL never convince Norm ' Geatz that his LaSalle High School football team is as bad as its unimpressive record "of. one. win, six losses and ,a .tie indicates. The Explorer mentor freely admits that the players making up the'Blue and Gold squad aren't-on-a par with tlie classy performers who carried LaSalle to a brilliant 8-2 record • last ; year. "But the potential, is there," Geafz declares. "We've worked hard and tried everything possible to bring it out, but we just can't get these boys to realize that they can play football," Norm added. All of LaSalle's losses -have come in a row, and the locals'will be underdogs again tonight when . they entertain Romney at the Stadium.-" The Explorers' last defeat came at Altoona Catholic last Saturday night and Geatz's assertion about the team's potential was borne out in that game, : LaSalle scoring two touchdowns in less than two minutes, ^ .' ••'. [ True, both scores'came as time was .running out and when the Marauders', lineup was filled with reserves, but there have been other .times this season that the ;. Explorers found it tough to move against second-string strength of the opposition..'-.''. •Bill Jordan, sports editor of the .£ Bedford Gazette, saw the Explor- ."• ers battle Bedford to a 13-13 tie in: the opener and asks, "What t happened to LaSalle?" . j '"When they played here, Bedford wasn't too good but even at that LaSalle looked better than a 1-6-1 team," Jordan . declares. . Incidentally, Jordan points oul that Bedford's Mervyn Marshall is the leading scorer in this area. The Bison halfback; a,five-foot, 11-inch 170-pound.' junior, has scored 82 points in ten games on 13 touchdowns and four conversions. The other halfback, Fritzie Tener is second in 'Bedford scoring with 36 points on a half; dozen TDs.~" Bedford, Jordan says, came along very well after'a slow start. Following the LaSalle' tie, the Bisons were shut out G : 0 by Somerset and 13-0 by \Vestmont, but they, closed out in a "blaze of. glory by copping their last six games. Bill .points out. that-the : Bisons jelled -when they ;beat ;: Conemaugh '•"'Township;'; defending district; Glass A champ, in "mid-October. The five victories they posted^ after that were by resounding scores. ' ' *^ ^ The 6-2-2 record' Is .the best for Bedford since 1948. Sports Keg Residue Johri: Sandbower, former player for .-Centre 'Street; Methodist:. in Cumberland's Sunday School League;';'ha$^just; ^about' cinched a starting; berth on :the University of Maryland's.basketball team... Sandbower-js .regarded as !a'.defensive, mainstay and after leaving Cumberland played at Milford Mill High,just.outside of Baltimore!... Joe Blair, Maryland sports publicity director, said today that it is doubtful r if.;,quarterback Frank Tamburelloiplays tomorrow against George,Washington.: ..,..-, Tamburello,. who has been ailing with a neck .^info'ctiorrrfpr -a week,, was released,from, the hospital yesterday -arid watched from the sidelines as ihe 'Terps worked out'for their final contest^ of the. season. . . . Blair said Cumberland's Lynn Beightol; will, definitely start 'in place of Tamburello. ... Tambo will suit up but if'lie isn't feeling up 'to par, .coach -.Jjm .Tatum will probably keep him on the bench. ... Blair also said that Cumberland's John McVickei\ who has been third-string halfback all .year, is expected to see a' lot -of .duty tomorrow due tq the many injuries in the'Maryland ba.ckfield, ... : The College Park contest looms : as a 4 "naturai" for area fans, as one of the sparkplugs in the GVV lineup is end 'Paul '"Bubbles" -Thompson. . , , Terp scout Eddie Tea'gue rates Thompson and George Dancu with the'best ends he's seen among Maryland's opponents. .'.'; Thompson has been noted for'his pass- catching "and defensive play and could, "prove • a: thorn • in . the side to Beightol, as all season long he ••.-• (-Continued on Page 17)' - r City Eleven Underdog In CoiitestWith Romney Foe •:'•.' '• . ' ' ' - •••• J PROBABLE LINEUPS LASALXE KOMNE1 ILE McCrcevy (67) Heavener (24) LT Fair (60) B. Haines (38) LG Malamphy (40) McDonald (19) C Joyce (69) D. .Haines (25) RG Kirby (66) ../... Carlilc (15) RT Klosterman (97) .-.. Snyder (39) RE Dougherty (43) Pyles (35) QB 'Buzzard'.(55) Hannas (36) LH Bush (42) ...; Shanholtz (37) RH Struntz (41) E. Hartman (33) FB Passarcll(46) T. Hartman (10) -.•;•• SUBSTITUTES IIA.SALLE ; — Bagatti (99), Becker (82) Carney (95). Cline (4!)), Dormio (51) Robert Fair (80), Fazenbaker (48), Firlie (61), Footcn (44), GUmore (98). Harris (53), Imes (62). Madden (521, McMahon (91), McSorley,(64), Nolan (94). Parsons (70). Richard (88), Scott (96), Sheehc (93), Smith (68), SUllwagon (85). Twigg (92), Weiscnmiiler (87). HOMNEY —. Ayers, Fox, Largent, Meadows, Hott, Whitacre, Riggleman, Williams, Duslc, Divens, Wolford. Moreland. Bone, Payne, Michaels, 1 Keister, Cessna. Straw, Stickle'y, B. Largent, P. Haines, J. Hartman, Nicholson, D. Wolford. ' '•'•• ' .OFFICIALS — "Bobby" Cavanaugh. Bob Pence, Jim Caffney, John Blough. KICKOFF — 8 p. m. • . If LaSalle High's gridders are to escape their second most dismal won-lbst; record in history they must "get .by a favored Romney High eleven tonight at the Fort Hill stadium. The Explorers, who have lost six in a row, will be making their ninth start of the season and show only one win, six losses and a tie. Tonight's'clash'will .be the next to Records Of Teams BOSINEY 39 ; Berk. Spgs. 19-Chas. Town 19-Franklin ..'. O-Moorefleld -. •. o-u, H. s. ;„ 13-Be'ali .'"..... i 7-Rldgeley 34-Petersburg . 7-Keyser Q8-.Totals Won 4, Lost 5 LASALLE 6 13-Bedford 13 0 32-Petersburg 13 '' 7 0-Fort HU1 ... ' • 43 .1 14-St. Francis 19 19 0-Keyser 29 28 6-Allegany •-..-. 33 13 O-nidgeley .. 20 6 18-Altoona Cath 26 B — — 83-Totals 196 98 Won 1, Lost 6, Tied 1 last of the year ; for the locals: whp wind up against Beall of Frostburg in, their .annual battle next Thursday in Frostburg.. '/'.'••. . , Wo'irst. Mark In 1938 '"-^ . ; The worst school mark is tlie 0 : 7-3 posted by the 1938 club under coaches John Blough and "Peck" O'Neill. . Rortiney will also have an added incentive to win its first game against LaSalle since 1950. .The Pioneers have won four times in nine attempts this season and need tonight's victory to again put them in the .500 class for the second year in a row. Coach Wes Abrams will also be concluding his second year of coaching the Pioneers, the former Allegany High star showing nine wins arid ten setbacks for his tutor- ing.career. Pioneers Hold,Edge , Romney-holds a "one-game. edge in the .five previous meetings, winning in 1947,,(14-13), ;949 (27:0)'and 1950 • (47-13)..,Explorer triumphs came by 26-6: : in 1946 and. 12-6 In The -teams have met three common foes with both whipping Petersburg.and dropping games to keyser and-liidgeley. The Explorers' lone win was by 32-13 over the Vikings While Romney stopped cqa'ch Jesse Riggleman's eleven. 34-6. " ' Potomac Valley Conference champion Keyser romped over the locals, J29-0, while' dumping Romney., 12-7/ Iiidgeley, also blanked LaSalie,' ! 20-0,' while-taking a 13-7 win over the, Pioneers,. Tonight's clash''will finish activity in the city Hintir Allegany and Fort Hill meet on Turkey Day. Fight? Last''Nigltt ;. By--The Associated Prci, ..LOS. ANOELES -i Pimi. Barajas, 116 Tl.fuann:. Mexico, outpointed Danny Kid, 117,. Manila. -10. r Bobby Woods. 137, Tacqma, stopped Lavcr(.,.SmUli, 143, Los CANTON, Ohio '.'-*hobby Bordon. 164. Akron, .stopped Moses' Ward, 162, Detroit, 4. • • ... , Tiie University-"of-Texas is boosting Herb. Gray, .a guard, as its candidate for, All-America football Honors. V •".. ; .• r America OfNEADue On Saturday Harry Grayson, veteran sports editor of the Newspaper Enterprise Association, has been picking football All-America teams for many years. The 1955 NEA All-America will be announced tomorrow in the Times. Grayson also selects second ; and third teams and a long list of honorable mentions.,' Gola Shines In Pro Cage Loop Debut La By The Associated. Press Salle's fabulous Tom Gola made his National Basketball Assn.' debut last night and the three-time -All-America promptly Showed why the Philadelphia Warriors are favored to win the league's Eastern division crown. They defeated the 'Boston Celtics 106-92.. ; ' The six foot-seven inch Philadelphia resident missed the Warriors' first four games because of a broken •• fight hand suffered in a pre-season exhibition and was able to resume practice only recently'.; ," ' • • , But despite a lack of conditioning and work with his. teammates, the Warriors' new pride scored 10 joints,: grabbed seven •." rebounds and Had three assists in 24 minutes of action*. • •••'.•' Greeted .With Roar Gola, a center in college. play, didn't get into the starting lineup" jut when lie relieved guard George Dempsey the 6,197 fans in Converi- ion Hall shook the auditorium with cheers for the local favorite. Owner - coach Eddie ..Gottlieb, who's'-.said••'all along he 'doesn't 86,6.! .how Gola can miss making :ood,. didn't change .his mind after ast ;night's game. Gotty said he was highly pleased with the'initial jerforrnariceT, Gola left the scene jefore he could. be reached; >fpr comment- . .-„• ;•-. ; .y.S..v-^.,: ': The ^Warriors were/; paced ~;by veteran-;.forward <Joe Grab'oski, with 21 points, and by Neil Johns- ion and Paul Arizin, the league's :wo high. scorers last year, and Jack • George, each with 17. --Bill lharman had 23 for the Celtics. Warriors Second The win made the Warriors' rec r ord 4-1 and kept them just behind ;he pace-setting Eastern leading New York Knickerbockers -who made their record 5-r with 1 a 110-88 win over Fort Wayne!at Syracuse. Ray-Felix had 24 for; the Knicks and'.'Jumping. George Yardley 22 for the Pistons. The;Knicks wrap(Continued on Page 17) Threat Fails To Put Fear Into ; Pappy' By The Associated Press Tomorrow might be called "bounce-back Saturday" for Southern Conference football teams. All seven teams in action will be trying 'to bounce back after defeats in their last outings. • ' "Conference champion West Virginia', which tumbled from No. 6 to No\ 13 in the national rankings after losing 27-6 to Pitt, tries to redeem itself against Syracuse at Morgantown, W. Va. .; '. The rest- of 'tomorrow's lineup (showing conference team and the losing score of its . last game): The Citadel (14-7 by VMI) at Florida State; Davidson (21-9' by Wofford) at Furman (19-6 by Florida State); West Virginia Tech at Washington &\ Lee (12-0 by Sewanee)'; George Washington (70 by Richmond) at Maryland. WVU Stresses Kicking William & Mary, whipped 13-7 by Wake Forest two weeks ago, is at N. C. State for a night game. Tomorrow's games end the season for The Citadel (5-3 over-all), Davidson (5-3), George Washington (5-3), and Washington &-Lee (0-6); By defeating Furman : (0-8), Davidson can lock up second place witfra 4-1 conference record. Practice tapered off at most league stops yesterday. West.Virginia held a short work- put — with emphasis on kicking —in the wind.and cold. Quarterback Freddy. Wyant -still was sidelined and there was a chance he won't be able to play much, if. any, against • Syracuse. Pappy Laughs Off Letter The Mountaineers' Day game was enlivened by ^receipt of a "Don't; beat •• Syracuse"' letter by! Coach Art (Pappy) Lewis, which said: "Don't try to cross us Pappy as we will have someone there watching" everything." Lewis just laughed it off. George Washington Coach Bo Sherman drilled his team two hours on,punts, kickoffs and place- kicking. •;;' " ' ,'" . ;•;• William & Mary labored on .defense. Halfback Jay Sariner s ap: geared. ..ready to Igo at top speed again.' Halfback Jack Yohe, who's beeri; out' with injuries for live weeks;-may alsa-play against N.C: State. . ; ••.:,: '.... '.V' ' . ' - .Coach Homer Hobbs at Furman said he was convinced his .winless club can beat Davidson. Davidson eased up with no hard scrimmage. f The Citadel, on the (Continued on Page 17) ,| Beightol May Start • C_7 . . - • :• .:- •/ Tomorrow By 'Hair' By GEORGE BOWEN COLLEGE PARK,'Md,(/P)—After 40 games and five years, Lynn Beightol may be starting his second game at quarterback tomorrow for Maryland's undefeated football team against George Washington. And if he does, it will be by a hair. Two ingrown hairs, in fact', on the neck of first string quarterback Frank Tamburello. They 'set up an. infection in Tamburello's neck last week .to give Beightol his first' crack at starting against Clemson and kept Tamburello in the hospital most of this-week. If it weren't-for that, Beightol would have the dubious distinction of being the most publicized football player to enter Maryland in the last decade and never start, a game. .-•'•" : Made Varsity' As Freshman About a dozen colleges, including Notre Dame's coach Frank Leahy, sought him after he starred at Fort Hill High in Cumberland, Md. He made the Maryland varsity as a freshman in 1951, scored in'the first game anti went on to play in every game with the undefeated team that beat Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl. •• His fame was so wide spread that Judge Saful S. Streit of New York in sentencing college basket- fixers mentioned him as an example . of competition for star athletes.. . .;''.'.'!. .... With All-America:;candidate Jack Scarbath —. he made it — and lighly capable Berrtie Faloney be- lind him at quarterback in 1952, Beightol laid off. fqotball that season. ' • . . .... He came back in - 1953 to join another undefeated team with Fa- .oney as the. quarterback. .When 5'aloriey got hurt before the-Orange Bowl game with Oklahoma, coach Jim Tatum turned to Charlie Boxold and Beightol still was third string. _ Stars In Bowl Clincher Last year,-.it-was 1 the same with Boxold starting and a sophomore, Tamburello, ousting. Mm. This season, -it .was Tamburello all the;.way [until-rlast Saturday's Clernson- game.' Bfeightol successfully:, quarterbacked Maryland from behinol to clinch'the Orange Bowl, the third postseason game in four seasons of play that he will make. He is 'the best passer and punter on the squad. He also is the biggest family man. He has three children, 1, 2, and 3 years old. Beightol is only 21 years old despite spending five years of study in pre-medical courses at Maryland. . . . As he goes out to lead Maryland against George Washington, he will be going for the 37th victory by his team out of 41 he played. Church Hoop Saturday Card, AMERICAN DIVISION (At Centra] Y.MCA) NOON—Park Place Methodist vs. LaVale Methodist. 12:55—LaVale Baptist vs. Holy Cross Episcopal; '•"•• IrSO^-Living Stone vs. Central Methodist. 2:45—St. -Luke's tutheran vs. Grace Baptist. . . ' ". . .' . '••• : '. 3:40—First Methodist vs. .Maccabees. 4:35—Kingsley Methodist vs. St. John's Lutheran. • 5:30—Pentecostal vs. Melvin Methodist. (Trinity Lutheran drew a bye.) • NATIONAL DIVISION -. (At AHegahy High School) NOON—United Brethren vs. First Bap tist.. - 12:55—Centre Street Methodist vs. St. Mark's Reformed. 1:50—St. .Philip's Episcopal vs. Emmanuel Episcopal. 2:45—Grace Methodist vs. Calvary Methodist. ' : ^ - -:..'•-": 3:40—Cresaptown vs. First Christian. 4:35—Trinity Methodist vs. Emmanuel Methodist. '. • '. ... •:: '••'••• 5:30 —First-Presbyterian vs. Centenary Methodist. .... Shoot At Midland A turkey snoot will b.e held'Sun- day, starting at 1 p,.m ; , at the Midland Ball .Park. It".is being sponsored by the Midland Sports ~M). ...'„• Shuffle Results-- rrostburg Club '1. Lotion 2, Goodlcilow'ship Cumberland K of C 2, Cas Taylor's;.!.-. 1 Prostburg -K of C 2, HC-Dee'Club 1 . j Hann's..Tavern 2. Purple Heart 1 ''Frbstburj; Easles 2, Southern Bar 1 • Green's Chevrolet 2. Jit. Savage VFW 1 Stadium Inn 3, Cumberland Kedmen 0. • . . LEADING SCORERS ;::;.;' Jim Murray (Frostburg' Legion) : 25; Matt Bemmls' (Good(ellowshlp.Club) "19. 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Pennsylvania Commission Chairman' James (Sleepy Jim) Crowley said the commission suspended the two-Philadelphians because it found them: Unfit and incompetent by reasqn of their habits because, of their conduct and'behavior; guilty of unprofessional and. unethical conduct; they had conducted themselves in a manner detrimental to boxing, to - the public interest and general welfare; they, associated with criminals, gamblers and others of ill-repute. • The action follows a hearing last month in Philadelphia in which Graziano and Ferrante were asked to show cause why they should not have their b'censes revoked. YOUTH BOOSTER TILT SET FOR SATURDAY The. Catholic Youth Football League's Booster Game ./ill be played tomorrow, 3 p; m., at Fort Hill stadium. Players from the champion St. Mary's team along with ruhnerup SS. P.eter and Paul and St. Patrick's will participate. First-stringers will play three' 12- minute 'periods and the junior members of the team- the-final 12 minutes. 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