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Wai PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1955 BEVENv Four WVU Players Get 'V • .-•;<-•• •• flip kWC' Hoiior Spots ^ By ROBERT MOORE 9 RICHMOND, Va, UP)— Two of the finest backs -in West Virginia -University: football history and a couple .: of. the Mountaineers' ..bruising linemen form the backbone of the 1 1955 All-Southern Conference team . West Virginians earning berths on the .team and grabbing the Lion's- share of places on. the honor dub- are quarterback Freddy Wyant; halfback Bobby Moss,, tackle Bruce Bosley arid guard Gene Lathey. ~ •. ,-. -• > : Three other schools each "landed two players.-- Virginia Tech placed center Jack Prater and guard Jim Locke. William and Mary came up with end Walt Brodie and- tackle Bob : Luslc ;Ge"orge Washington's representatives ..are end- 1 'Paul Thompson and halfback Mike Sommer. .Fullback Frank' Pajaczkow- ski of- Richmond rounds out the team. ' ' .,':....- .,..,'.,.-" x (•' Wyabt Leads Offense < The backfield. undoubtedly is one of:the finest quartets in the league's history. Wyant, a 195-poiind 'senior from Weston; W. Va., is the darling of coach. Art Lewis', conference champion , team. He leads -the circuit for -the ihird .straight season in. total offenses. ,. • : . . i-tWyant, ah artist at operating the T-forrnation's option play, has been described as "cool and, poised and slick as a:.bandit...;a bull." When Lewis first saw Wyant as a high •.school.. star, .the. Mountaineer, meti- tbrilabeled him as "a boy. who will make irre a great coach someday." Wyant,- a southpaw, is regarded ;as a:top-rahking professional prospect; fi-Wyant's teammate, Moss, has averaged, better than 7.5 yards every time he has carried the ball during his four years : of College football. The 194-pounder from Huntington, W.. Va., leads., the conference in scoring -and rushing and has distinguished himself as a break-way specialist. .'•.'• .•••'•'• - ;•"• ; Sommer Kg Surprise /iSbmmer.only sophomore to make tJ3e honor team, has been the big surprise of George Washington's Colonials. He tops the Colbnials in rushing, punt returns .and kickoff returns. The 185-pound native _ of Washington is a terrific defensive star also. P_ajaczkowski, a 185-pound senior from .South River, N.J., is a line- stnasher deluxe. In addition, he has sufficient speed and elusiveness to make him a dangerous broken fc£eld • runner." His long <runs have Swoken up many games for Richmond 'during his' career. "The pride of the 205-pound forward wall is Bosley, a coach's dream of 'a tackle, who weighs 225 and hails from Greenbank, W. Va. For his performance against Penn State, big Bruce was named the Associated Press lineman' of the week. Lusk, the other tackle, is a 2iO-pound senior from Williamson, W. Va., who has participated in some '45 per cent of the tackles made by William and Mary players. :He's a linebacker on Defense and a'fine blocker on offense. . Lathey, West Virginia's 205-pound guard from Dunbar, W. Va., is known as "Mr;. Dependable." He has ; an abundance, of speed and specializes at blocking the middle of the line on defense. Only a junior, Lathey will be around: to form the nucleus of the Mountaineer line next autumn. The other guard, Locke of Virginia Tech, is a 225- pound senior from Gainesboro, Tenn., and has sparkled on both offense and defense throughout- the season. : . Thompson Leads Receivers Opposing backs -have found it mighty tough trying to run around the. ends, 'William and Marys Brodie, and George' . - Washington's Thompson. Brodie,- a 6-foot, 180- pound .junior from Hopewell, Va., has ha'd amazing success at trapping passers for huge Mosses behind the scrimmage line. Thompson, .a 6-foot, 2-inch, 200-pound junior from Midland, Md., is the Colonials' leading pass receiver. . Prater, a 495-pound senior from Miami Beach, Fla., is regarded by Virginia "Tech Coach Frank -Moseley as one of the • finest football players. .he has- ever coached. .It's a rare occasion when Prater makes 'a. poor pass from center, and Jack ishtops ; asidffensiye ace.v ' , ; . Prater, : incidentally, just did edge out George Washington's Dicfc Gas pad in the voting battle ; for the pivot post. The two of them prac tically swept the balloting •in. the race for center. " . ' : ; ;•; • • Dickie" Beard, VPI' halfback from Cumberland, Md., was. placet oh; the second ;team. .. Beard, ,.wh ; led the.: conference in • rushing las year,>was a first-team Selection in 1954. butv,was hampered by injur ie's'early in the season'. '.'•'.-...'• SECOND TEAM . Ends — Grover Jonei, VlrfinU , Ttch Tom Newton, Davidson. : . k. Tackles — Sam 'MuH, W«t Virginia E Erik Christensen, Richmond. ^•~ Guard*.— diaries Howley, . : We»t.--Vlr finla: Conrad ,Tui«, The Citadel., r • •: Center — Dick G»rj>*ri, George W»»h • Backs — Tom ' "Thebdoi*, Richmond Jo* Marcont, West Virginia TMck Bellon Davidaonf DlcWe JJeart,. Virginia T«ch. .*•;••• •OSOEAM.E MENTION TEndi — Jim Tyson,' Th« CIUOU • J •BUBBLES' HONORED—Paul "Bubbles" Thompson, Midland's contribution to George: Washington University football, has been. honored with a place-'oriUhe Associated Press' All-Southern .Conference team. -The former-.Beall High standout r end is a demon on defense and leading pass-receiver of the Colonials. ' State Put Two iacKOiiillEastOflNS •-••'• , -'.'•;.• ••';"- ''• • •'. ' '-.-'•' * ••''• ' - - : ' - - ' '• ' ' ' ' •NEW YORK—(INS)—Navy and P.enn State grabbed op honors today by placing two men each on the 1955 nternational News Service All-Eastern football team. Four of. last year's honor team repeated but notable as the failure of any. Army'player make the grade. : : . / Quarterback George : Welsh and nd Ron Beagle, Navy's two All- merica candidates, are standouts the first eleven, which repre- ents a consensus of Eastern caches, scouts, and INS grid exerts. ' "•- '" Penn State placed Frank rEeich I center and fleet Lenny Moore .halfback: , .-•'•• At fullback is Charley Sticka of rinity, the •'small 'college star hose coach, Dan Jessee, says ould make any. college or profes- onal team. in. the country. Jim Brown; Syracuse's one-man ang, rounds out the first team ackfield with Welsh, Moore and :icka. • One of the finest backs in Geortr* Duneu, Gtortf W»«hln«t«i.. . Rlchmowl - All Sx»*ne rt«te«ll. ** M tn Guards; : D»Tfc1 s; : D»Tfc ay. , fawn WfiMfifUn: Xou Corbel DM* I***. Bickl - Bwlfte Broom*, TM CIU* Don D!t«r», VlrrfBl* T«tns Sam Trim, »lrttiil» UHlttrjri J»e* Two Maryland College(Teams End Unbeaten By The Associated Presi Maryland and Maryland State, oth undefeated in football during je 1955 season, rested on their aurels-today, .one bowl;bound"and ie other weighing an invitation. Maryland, which already was as- ured of a trip to the Orange Bowl or a 'New Year's Day tussle with ndefeated Oklahoma, wound up its egular: season ; Saturday .with .a 9-0 victory over George Washing- on. " . ; '":'•.'' It was the 10th game this season ;nd 15' in a row without defeat or Coach Jim .Tatum who- has urned out three undefeated teanis a nine years at College Park. ia, State Gets Prairie Bid . Maryland State, which had 'just eceived a bid'to tbe ; Praifie View Bowl, upended Shaw .University 7-6 at •Princess Anne: ; : ' In the only other .game'involving tate teams, Johns Hopkins pulled a mild upset by trouncing Western Maryland 33-0 at Baltimore. Both earns ended rather dismal seasons with identical 2-6 records. Morgan State/ which closes its eason Thursday" against Virginia itate, was idle last weekend.' The Maryland State victory was tie ninth'in a row for the Hawks, vho .clinched the Central Inter- ollegiate-Athletic Assn. title. And t left Coach Vernon (Skip) McCain vitfi one of the 'most impressive ecords; in the country-^3 victor- es, one tie and-only five losses .in ight'years of coaching. This -was lis fifth undefeated : season. His worst "year wast 1952 when the . Warrior Cagers 3pen December 2 With seven returning lettermen Wardensville High will open its jasketball slate on Friday, Decem- }er 2, against Romney -High al lome. The .tilt, a Potomac Valley Conference game, will be. the first an 18-contest schedule for the East, Princeton's Royce Flip- in, had to be bypassed because juries kept 'him inactive .most of ie season. Anchored by Beagle and Pitt's ugged Joe 'Walton at end, the big, ugh line includes Phil Tarasovic Yale and Bill Doremus .of Legh at tackle, Bill Meigs of Harard and Jim Buonopane of Holy ross at guard and Reich at cen- r. Beagle, Tarasovic, Reich and ioore all are repeaters from the 954 All-East team. Army fullback Pat Uebel, a first- iam choice last year, slipped to ie.second eleven this time behind icka. Another Cadet casualty as Don Holleder, who forfeited s chances to repeat at end when oach Earl Blaik shifted him to uarterback. -„ IRST TEAM Pos. on Beagle, Navy : End oe Walton, Pitt End hil Tarasovic, Yale Tactile- 11 Doremus, Lehigh Tackle ill Melgs. Harvard Guard m Buonopane, Holy Cross Guard rank Reich. Penn State Center eorge Welsh, Navy Quarterback m Brown, Syracuse Halfback .enny Moore, Penn Stat* Halfback larles Sticka, Trinity Fullback ECOND TEAM ' Po«. ohn Paluck, Pitt ' End ' ; oe Direnio, Princeton End las. Gibbons. Rhode 1st. Tackle om Powell. Colgate Tackle eorge Peck. Princeton Guard .an Slater, Army Guard ill Brown, Syracuse • ; Center laude Benham, 'Columbia Quarterback m Roberson, • Cornell Halfback ennis McGIll, Yale Halfback at Uebel, Army Fullback 6 WIN 25 TURKEYS N RIDGELEY SHOOT J. A. Mcllwee and Roy LaFol- ette of Winchester, Va., both won our^.turkeys and Meairl. House- orth.of Bedford VaUey, Pa., won hree yesterday.as 25 turkeys were hared by 16 persons in the shoo t the traps of the Ridgeley: Rod and Gun Club. . : The final;; shoot, of the year will « Sunday, December 18. ; Yester ,ay's winners: .''•''.• : ;:.-. • J. A. McElwce, Winchester,^. Roy Varriors. Available for another year of duty for coach Charles "Pete' Vance will be C. J. Cunningham iarroll Rudy, Junior Brooks, .Ches er Merriman and Eddie Mathias seniors;. David Orndorff and Bobbj filler, juniors. Rudy w^s, the eam's second highest scorer las year with 104 points in 20 games. Others on the squad are Bruce Orndorff and John Dyer," juniors and Mark Heishman, Harold Kotz and Billy Orndorff, sophomores. The Warriors, who won seven and lost 15 last season while finish ng in a tie for last in the PVC with a 2-8 mark, will play 20 games this ;eason. ten against loop opponents The schedule: -Dec. 2—Romncy, home -Dec. 9—Moorefietd. away .Dec. 14—W." Va. Deaf, away Dec. 16—Berkeley Springs, away -Dec. 20V-Moorefield, home Jan. 3—Hedgesville, home '-Jan. 6—Mathias, away '-Jan. 10—Capon Bridge, home Jan. 13—Paw Paw, home • Jan. 16—Charles Town, away Jan. 26— Berkeley Springs, home •-Jan. 27—Capon Bridge, away Feb. 3—Hedsesville, away . •-Feb. 7—W. Va. Deaf, home ' •-Feb. 10—Mathias, .home Feb. 14—Charles Town, nome Feb. 17—Paw Paw, awaji •-Feb.' 21—Fort Ashby, home •-PVC opponent.'. Orange-Rose (Continued from Page 16) decision over Penn State capping season that listed victories ove: Duke and West Virginia. The Southeastern Conference champ • generally fills .one of the Sugar Bowl berths and Mississipp (8-1), Georgia Tech (7-1-1) and Au burn,(7-M) are 'the .contenders Vanderbilt (7-2) also has a chance Vandy plays Tennessee, knocke for a- loop by Kentucky 23-0, _ thi weekend. • . ''Navy, which returned to the postseason business last "January in the Sugar Bowl, likely will have a Cotton Bowl invitation in hand if it, can beat Army. If the Middies fail, Pitt or one of the SEC teams may make it. Board Lifts 'City Scoring Champ To Be WesSantee From Allegany Or Fort Hill Suspension' LITTLE SPORT /Ml KANSAS CITY tfi—Wes Santee, America's fastest miler; .is back in .good, standing with the AAU. -The Missouri Valley AAU Board of Managers decided yesterday to lift a suspension'against the runner. The suspension -would have barred him from the 1956 Olympics as .well as other AAU-sponsored .events. : '•' • •'•''.. Another"' valley AAU, body—the registration committee.— imposed the penalty Oct. 30. r on. grounds Santee had accepted excessive "expense allowances^ for three California track meets, last May." Santee,. ..maintaining he , had never violated amateur athletic standards, appealed to the higher board. The "board .of managers voted 21-8"to.";reject the registration ' committee's, decision. : . "Now at least I'll have a running' chance in "the. Olympic games]" Santee-i.commente'd.. The former University of .Kansas athlete,:who has traveled the mile in 4:00.5; is now a Marine lieuteri- ant stationed at. Quaritico, Va. He is considered the nation's best prospect : for ttie Olympics' 1,500 Hawks won seven and lost two; In the nine games this season, Vlaryland State scored 196 points vhile limiting the opposition to a otal of 19.: The Hawks' closest call vas a 3-0 victory two weeks ago iver Delaware State. The only teams to score on State were. Hofstra, which lost 19-13, and Fayetteville, N.C., Teachers, vic- ;ims of a 44-6 rout. " John Samples, the. Maryland state offensive pacemaker throughout the season, was the workhorse again Saturday. He scored one :oiichdown four minutes after .the opening kickoff and. set up the other. , .... -' • The hard-charging Hawk line got the rest of the points on two safeties. ' v ., .Navy Plays Army metei- event. For the first time in four years the city high school football scoring champion will.be from either Fort Hill or Allegany. Since 1952 the LaSalle Explorers have had aigrip on the point production'with Bobby Christ giving Selvy Lost To Hawks, nters the local parochials their first outright champion in 1952 when the speedy halfback countered 88 markers. . • . . Fullback Harold Hudson kept his school in front .the next two campaigns with a top production - of 54 markers in 1953 : and 111 last fall. The 1954 effort by Hudson established a .new school record but was 27 points shy of the 138 set by Allegany's Earl "Lefty" Bruce in 1948.. - - ' ; ' : ' ••', '•:'- •'".'• riod There's a 10 day waiting'pen before the suspension'is-automati- cally lifted. That period: is left open in' the event any one wants to appeal the board of managers' decision. . jFollette, Winchester 4;- Meairl: House worth, Bedford Valley,.P«.,..3: Mrs. M Zimmer; Cumberland, i. .Those winning one turkey each: were Harm Naugle, Harry 1 Tallman, Delbert 'allrriW Joe Null; Charles Barb, Cnarle Jordan and Charles -Miner,' of .Cumber and;';*Mugs" Morgan'and R. S. KlncaM RIdgeley; 'Edgar H. McDonald. Heads•file. W. Va.: .Ted Crabtree, Oldtown, ,nd .Tony Francis, Westernport. -j DODGES GAIN GROUND 'HOT-ROD LEAGUE '. Dodges. c'rept ; " : to-.within 'four games of first-place in.the Hot-Rod Wixed Bowling League by blanking fords, 3-0, while leading Chevro- ets were being nipped, 2-1, by De- Sotos. Mercuries moved into a tie 'of fourth by dumping Plymouths, J4;'"..V'.-... • ."..'••;'•;.-'-'. : v. 1 . ; > . •..••'. • •: 'Carl Myers took .scoring honors with a 14MOS for; Merceries, while kading team, piraten were Jess Johnson, 1.14-35S, Dodies; William Rummer, 1J5-3M, Fords; Vic Lty ton,"'.--171-379/ DeSotos; Harold Schaidt, 120-307, Chevfolets; Russ Myers, 131-373, Plymouths. Stand Georgetown^ (Continued from Page 16) mourning, the-.-departure of All- Americai <Dick Ricketts : from Du- qiieshe. Coach Dudey' Moore still has,Sihugo Green, an All-America candidate, and that alone • makes the Dukes an even bet in almost any game! The Dukes, however, lack depth;and .sufficient height. Sooners, Terps Onty Waiors Undefeated > ...... • • NEW YORK -.; W) — Twenty-two college football teams : are left with unbeaten and untied season records, seventeen are home safe,: having wrapped ,up their regular season competition. ' ; Only;;Maryland .(10-0) and Oklahoma (9-0) are untouched among tho. major colleges. Maryland, its regular season completed, .has a rest 'until Jan." 2 • when it' meets Oklahoma in'the Orange Bowl. The Sooners finish itheir regular season this -Saturday against Oklahoma AMI; :/ -.'• •'•• . : •':•••.; . Maryland State officials were expected to reach a decision today on whether to accept the bowl bid. If they accept, the Hawk's opposition on Jan. 2 at Houston would be Prairie View A. & M. The game would give Maryland State a chance to avenge -a 67-19 thumping at the hands of Florida A. & M. last December in the Miami' Orange Blossom . Bowl. That's one of the defeats on McCain's record. Navy, meanwhile, has its big game with Army remaining before •t can consider the possibility of a bowl trip. The Middies meet Army Saturday in Philadelphia. If Navy wins, Cotton Bowl officials in Dallas are expected to tender the academy an invitation. A victory over Army is -considered necessary by Navy for it to take part in any post season games. The Middies have beftn beaten only by Notre Dame and tied by Duke so far. Navy took the day off Saturday. The Middies; using as usual an extra week to "get ready for Army, scrimmaged. • •• .- -- ••' Wide Lanes Seen Adding To Zones '•^ - ' CARBONDALE, III to — ,The wider" free throw lane in college basketball should bring more zone defenses,' fast breaks, fewer hook shots and more emphasis on. the cut-court set shot, a survey of coaches shows. These predictions by Roswell D. Merrick and Donald N. Boydston are based on comments from 23 top basketball coaches in -an article in Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, November ssiie. Free throw lanes are widened rom six to 12 .-feet under the new rule going into effect this year. The rule .was adopted a few years ago the National Basketball Assn. Undefeated (Continued from Page 16) ior, has also seen considerable play at the bucking slot m the absence of.Perdew. : . Fletcher, who may be a doubtful starter because of a bruised side which he received in the game against. Elkiris early in the first quarter, holds"down first place in the city scoring race with nine touchdowns and 13 extra points for his seven games. Fort Hill's Crawford is in the runnerup slot ' with 61 markers through seven TDs, 13 extra points and a pair of 'field'goals. Weekend Fights By Tin Aiiocioted Press'" HOLLYWOOD — Jack Johnson, 206V4 Los Angeles,'outpointed Marty Marshall, 178, Detroit; 10. : KNOXV1LLE, Tenn. — Henry (Pappy) Gault, Spartansburg, S. C,, stopped Freddy Kartell. Durham, N. C., 3 (bantam weights, exact weights unavailable). College Football SATURDAY'S LATE SCORES N. C,' State 2«, Wra t Mary 11 Miss. Southern 19, Dayton 13 Arizona 27, New Mexico 6 Hardin-Slmmons 14, Trinity (Tcx.1 Fletcher In Front Halfback Bob Fletcher; who may see only limited action for the Campers as they go against Fort Hill Thursday, is.in front for the honors on nine TDs and 13 extra points. .'.:.' Fletcher is being pushed by Fort Hill halfback Jim Crawford who trails by only six tallies. .'Crawford has barreled into the end zone seven times while booting 13 placements: In a3dition the husky Sentinel back has kicked a pair . of field ; goals for his 61 points. • Also in the race is,halfback Eddie Cecil'of the Campobello club. Cecil zoomed into .the picture in the Campers last outing, the 33-14 rout of Elkins. The Alco.speedster tallied four times, nigh for the season, and has 54 points on nine Eix- pointers. . : Bill Buzzard, LaSalle signal-caller, leads his mates-but is out of the race with 39 points through five touchdowns and ; : nine extra- point kicks. Fort Hill's Clarence 'Pooch" Lewis has a one-point leac over Buzzard with .40 . counters Lewis has six TDs arid four extra points. Hammersmith Sixth * " • Don Hammersmith, Sentinel fullback, is in sixth place with his six TDs being good for 36 points while Jim Struntz, LaSalle halfback, has scored five touchdowns • for 30 joints for seventh. Halfback John \essler of Fort Hill is eighth" with 24 tallies. ."•''" .".."" Of the 479 points scored by legany,; Fort Hill and LaSalle, 23 different players have -had their names dent the -'scoring ; column. Ten Camper players have helped account for the 183 tallies of coach Roy .Lester's/team, while seven Sentinels have '• scored as ?ort Hill has compiled 183 counters and six LaSalle gridders share the 111 tallies of the. Explorers. . If Fletcher takes the title he will >e:the first Camper gridderto lead the city since Donnie Lease who had 38 markers in '1949. Dickie Beard, Tort Hill, was the last Red'Raider .0 head the parade, finishing first n both 1950 ; and 195L :'. Halfback Jim 1 Webb of Keyser is runnerup with 13 TDs and 78 markers," but, like. Buemi, his PVC champion club -has concluded for the season. Hudson and Terry Fairbanks, of Parsons, were tiec last season for the tri-state tdga with 111 points., The -complete' city scoring fol lows: Fletcher, Allegany • By The' Associated ^Prta •!,".The St. Louis Hawks^. leading ie Westejni' division of the N»- onal Basketball Assn., will need o find a replacement for/Frank elvy if-they intend to hold down.; ie top spot . , Selvy, who enters the Army to-;, ay, led the Hawks to • their secv nd victory over -the New .-York- Knickerbockers Saturday- night .but elvy.'didn't play last night and v ie .Hawks lost to; the Syracuse [ationals 84-80. '.- : . • ". ; : ; - : New York rebounded.to down the lowly.. Fort Wayne Piston* 119-115 in overtime. In the only ther game played last night, the ochester Royals topped the Mia- eapolis Lakers 104-96. EASXEKN DIVISION, W. '.I." Crawford. Fort Hill Cecil. Allegany 9 C. Lewis, Fort HiU .... S Buziard; LaSalle .. 5 Ham'ersmith, Ft.Hill ^ 6 Strunti, LaSalle 5 Kesler, Fort Hill ..;... 4 Ptrdevc, AlleEiny 3 Bush, LaSalle .......... 3 Lease, Allegany m 2 Pasarell, LaSalle McKennj", Fort Hill ... McGregor, Fort Hill .. Shaffer, Fort Hill ..... Dick, Allegany , Charuhas, Allegany ... D. Paye, Allcsany .... McCiU, Allegany ..... Walker, Allegany 2 2 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 . 1 i. 0 13" 13 , 0 < 9 0 0 0 0 a •o v o. 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 hfladelphia ew York ....„....; 6 > oston 32 yracuse- ...;....'.. 4' -J WESTERN DIYISION t. Louis 3 1 ochester. ..-...:....i:..~ 3 • •« linneapolia -.;..;;..i....;. t '•: T ort.Wayne .....— 1 • J33 .750 .800 -MO .419 .143 The University of Texas basket- all has seven letterrnea back-for ie coming season.' •.--•.'. • ; ; ;; -.^> liter CfcwroW 219 N. 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