Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 17
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Dial PA-2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1955 SEVENTEEN .Central Tightens Ghwch Dux Race Central Methodist tightened the race in the City Church Bowling League by blanking Trinity .Methodist, 3-0,, while pacing Grace Methodist was being held to a 2-1 win over St. John's Lutheran: Central now trails by only a game. .In other matches Zion Reformed also picked up ground by .white washing Grace Baptist, 3-0, while St. Luke's Lutheran nipped'Centre : Street "Methodist, 2-1. • • Pacing pinsters were William Stevenson, 232-542, Grace Method- Jst; M. Weltman, 166-432, St. Rose Bowl Lineup Rests OriTwo Games Tomorrow ly The Associated Presi . . There'll be a bargain counterful of old school ties esting on old grad paunches at a flock of traditional battles in college football this weekend, iftt for all practical purposes there are just two games o.rvthe schedule-X)hio .John's: Central; Trinity; "Bub" Porter, Ken Mahaney, Charles Drew, 243-554, 176-426, 209-593, Zion; Bill Clark 165 and Raleigh 396, Grace Baptist; Harry Rodenhauser,, 169-434, St/ Luke's; Lewis Smith, "146-377, Centre Street. Standings. '•* W L W I Grace Meth. . 21 6 St. Luke's ...12.15 : Central Meth. 20 7 Trinity Meth. 11 16 Zion • .. St. John's ...... 19 8 Centre St. . 10 17 13.14 Grace Bapt. . 2 25 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 'Saturday, Sunday Afternoon All Sessions Supervised Special Rates to Churches and Schools on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings Only W» nil only th» vtry tint in Chicago and Cl.v.land she. «kot««. ttiat'i' why w. can gauranr** all the* ikatw. 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But by knocking off or tying sixth-ranked/Michigan, hey could hand the bowl berth to hird-rated Michigan State, which wraps up the 'regular season against nbnleague Mafquette in perhaps • the worst mis-match of he year. . . .Southern 'Cal has nothing at stake except a. whale, of a chauce 6 brighten a so-so season. An upset of fifth-ranked UCLA, however, might open the Rose Bowl door for Oregon State, which plays Oregon. Michigan, playing before a home crowd:of 97,239, is favored by a xmchdowh and maybe more. UCLA Favored .UCLA is favored by nine points, although whiz Ronnie Knox is on the injured .list. It's the .national TV Game of .the Week (NBC) and .00,000 plus will be in the stands. The weekend gets rolling tonight when winless Alabama visits Miami (Fla.). . Jn addition ,to the two- big ones tomorrow, Oklahoma; the nation's ;. 1 team/takes on Nebraska for the Big Seven title. The Sooners, with 27 straight victories, are favored by. three ; :touchdown:s "The nation's only other major unbeaten, ; second-ranked Maryland,' wraps' up" the season against "eorge' ; Washington. The Terps, headed for an Orange Bowl showdown with Oklahoma, are favored by-four TDs: Pitt Plays Penn State ...In the Southwest,- Texas.Chns- tian and Jim Swink can. sew up the Cotton. Bowl berth agains' Rice. TCU, No. 7 nationally, gets the.nod-by two touchdowns. Mississippi and Georgia Tech Beall, LaSalle Name Officials Officials for the Beall-LaSalle urkey Day football clash next 'hursday in Frostburg were announced this morning by coach Ray Hull of the Mountaineers. The four "whistle-tooters," who ilso handled the contest last sea- on, •• will be Bob Pence, John Slough, John Shelton and Jim Gaffnjy. Huu also stated that kickoff time s l":30 p..m, and that there are a ew tickets remaining although he sale has been brisk this week. Tapping (Continued from Page 16) las made a practice of rushing the passers of GW,foes. . . . The supply of tickets for next week's big football battle between Alle- i^ismer Calls Juckeye Win )ver Michigan Harry Winner, who has 82 right and 23 wrong in his college football predictions for a .781 percentage, herewith presents his selections for this week's major games. By HARRY WISMER (Copyright; 1955, By INS) , Five years ago this week Mich- gan buried Ohio State's Rose Bowl reams in the snow at Ohio S mum. Now the shoe is on the other foot and the Buckeyes are promising ivenge before 98,000 f?ns at Ann ^rbor. . Bucks Can't Repeat ;any and Fort Hill High is just about exhausted. . . . Both schools reported they had a few left today and any that aren't sold by this evening will be turned over to the Wilson Hardware Company. . f Wilson's disposes of the. remaining ducats, the game -will be a sellout. The Bucks, who lost only to Stanord and Duke this season, can't epeat at Pasadena this year but victory for them will send Michan State, riot Michigan, to the ournament of -Roses. Columbus, )hio, would Tike nothing better. The Wolverines ranked as the ation's No. 1 team until they were| pset by Illinois for their only de^i eat. They have speed, power and; eceptibn. They have quarterbacks im .Maddock and Lou Baldacci, alfbacks Tony Branoff and Terry iarr and probably the country's est one-two combinations at the erminal spots in Ron Kramer and Tom Maentz. ,The Buckeyes naven't success- ully invaded the Wolverine lair in 8 years. But the wait may be top bowl prospects from the South eastern Conference, are idle — bul Auburn and Tennessee keep, the fires burning. Auburn'has a touch down edge on Clemson, .which may lave lost its fight against^ Mary and last week. Tennessee is a TD underdog against Kentucky. Pitt, which gained.;.bowl atten tion by toppling unbeaten West Vir ginia last week, could clinch a reported Gator -Bowl b i d agains Penn State. The Panthers are fa vored by six. Ed Mathews of .Milwaukee has 153 home runs in four seasons in the National League. It took Me Ott six seasons to reach that figure WANTED-MEN ; TO TRAIN FOR TELE VISION FOR tOKS PAYING $3,600.00 TO 17,500.00 A YEAR After Augmenting Training With Experience Hen's a wonderful chance to find out about' a PROVED way to tarn big money. No previous TV or Radio experience needed. Keep present job. Train ot home during spare hours. Part time income possible while learning. When you complete program, our Employ- 'ment Service helps you "start earning GOOD MONEY. Act quickly. Get surprising facts free. Mail coupon now to Radio-Television Training School, Inc. Television Opportunity Box 800AX % Times-News, Cumberland, Md. Name ..'.'...: ....... .Age ....... 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Allen calls him "the greatest basketball player I've ever seen." He is. Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain, who scored 2,252 points in three seasons at Overbrook High School in Philadelphia. Chamberlain will make his debut as a Kansas player tonight in the freshman lineup of the annual varsity-freshman game. . . Allen, dean of the nation's coaches, will be able to coach through this season under the university's retirement rules. In almost half a century. of coaching, Allen's teams have won 759 games and lost 224. Mainly because of the presence of Chamberlain . in the freshman lineup, tonight's game will attract between 7,500 and 10,000 paying customers. Cola Shines (Continued from Page-16) ped up the decision with a 34- wint second period that gave them 60-36 halftime lead. In the second game of'a double- leader at Syracuse the defending NBA champion Nats made the 4,000 home fans happy with a 105-91 .win over the Minneapolis Bakers. f The loss for the once powerful Bakers, who show badly the loss ot George Mikan and Jim Pollard over the past tsvo seasons, was heir sixth in seven games and eft them.dead last in the Western division they once dominated so easily. Dolph Schayes had 25 for Syracuse and Vern Mikkelsen and Ed Kala- : at had 15 each for the Lakers. St. Louis, Western division leader, and Rochester, were idle. ver. Buckeyes By 14-13 Threat Fails (Continued from Page 16) other hand, knocked heads for two hours. Washington & Lee worked; on defensive formations, drawing praise from Coach Bill Chipley for a spirited showing. Two 50-yard sprints by halfback Barry Frazee sparked Virginia Tech's preparations for' its' Thanksgiving clash with VMI. VMI polished its passing. . . 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