Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 22, 1955
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ih' SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml).., "TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 Dial FA-2-46UO, for a WANT AD TjOjer Turkey Day Foes Applying'Final Touches' Alco's Fletcher To Play; Both Games Are Sellouts By JIM DAY Times Scholastic Sports Editor "Applying the final touches." Those were the almost unanimous words of the four coaches getting ready for Thursday's holiday football tussles at the local stadium and at Beall High Field in Frostburg this morning. r . With the big games only two any f ur ther complications, should days away, all four mentors, Roy UajO cuvuj i ««• AWM* •"- — -««— T .. jjy icauj 1 . .Dili ouiiuitucio uaa uvv Lester (Allegany), Bill Hahn (Fort tabbed to spell Jenkins or start Hill), Norm Geatz (LaSalle) and nee d e( j. , Ray Hull (Beall), planned to take , advantage of the remaining time same backfield quartet, although with some work today and then a Bob wolford has been moved to light run through tomorrow. Fletcher To Play Some . 'Over at Campobello Lester has f or d's right-half post along with been keeping his fingers crossed Andy Felker at left half and Dou° because --of. the condition of the Cook at fullback.. .' . city's leading scorer, halfback Bob , Fletcher. The Alco tutor stated better than Wilson has earned him this morning that '-Fletcher will the signal-calling role, one of the play some, but how much will not key spots in the multiple offense " be known until game time." The Camper back has been ham pered in drills the past two weeks ' used by the Mounties. Starting Time 2 P. M. er Coach Hull also announced thai with a' 'torn cartilage in his side the original starting time of the and has been forced to take it game, 2 p.m., will be kept. Ithac easy with only light workouts. He been planned to move the tilt up sustained the injury in the Elkins to 1:30, but it was decided to keep game two weeks ago, forcing him the 2 o'clock kickoff time. out of play early in the opening period. Sophomore • Doug ;. Walker has been assigned the task of filling in at Fletcher's position. •Other; than the. uncertainty ' of Fletcher: thV Campers' will go with the iaine' lineup as the one which ias piled through seven games without a loss. Lester said that the weather .the past few days has cut into, his planned .workouts, the practice field being too muddy for rough, stuff, but he ™li: have .two more practices. Tomorrow will be ^brushing up" day getting the offensive and: defensive assignments for the final time. ., , • At Fort Hill, where the Sentinels, according to Hahn ; this .morning, are in good shape with no major ailments, the Ked Raiders .were to go through work on both offense and defense today with the wind- UD tomorrow • ' 'As with Lester, the Sentinels All reserved seats for the fray have been sold with general admission ' ducats available at the school and then at the gates Thursday. The gates will open at noon. The Mountaineer field, although covered with snow since Friday, has dried out good with the-heavy wind of yesterday. Continued cool weather will have it in top shape Hull said. Kircher As no additional rain,or snow falls. ': The.weatherman'.has predicted a chilly Thanksgiving with the : chance , of some snow flurries. Reserved seat tickets at both 'schools and the local agencies have already been sold out/ General admission'-ducats-are on sale at the schools, Wilson's Hardware and Allen's Drug Store on Virginia Avenue. The gates-will open at noon with general admissions also being sold at the'windows."Kickoff time will be l:30J;p;m'., -a: half hour earlier than in.previous,years.' " ! Fair Has Injury " Coach Geatz' of LaSalle has., a rash of minor' injuries among- his squad, but the only serious one is the knee trouble, to starting tackle Regis Fair.. Fair has been drilling and is ^expected to. play. However, Jerome Sheffler is being readied for the tackle slot should Fair be .forced out and will relieve him during..the contest. Otherwise the Explorers -.will be fielding the same, eleven which ran over Rorhney,' 28-7, last Fri- the^NortlvCentre Street- crs were to go .over the offensive plays and polish iip on defense^.Tomorrow's light drill will feature mostly timing. ' '•.:... Coach Hull at BeaH'also has a lineman who may have to see limited duty with right guard Fred Jenkins sustaining an injury in practice last week. Hull emphasized today that Jenkins has been taking it easy and. barring ready. Bill Schultheis has been . The Mountaineers will use the quarterback in place of Paul Wilson.- Wilson will take over at Wol . . Wolford's ability to block much PULLMAN, Wash. UP) — 'Alton Kircher, a "nice guy" who couldn't win, was fired as football coach at \Vashington State College last night after four years of trying: He had another season to'go'on _ $12,500-a-year contract but WSC said it is buying him out and will was a man [our seasons he' never had a winning team... . . i He came here as an assistan' to Evashevskl and was regardec as his chief strategist. They had a fine 7-3 record in 1951. Alone Kircher was 4-6 for. three years running, then 1-7-2. M arc iailO ...,.• fT ftr " A Bout LOS' ANGELES «i- — maker Babe McCoy of ,the _..,.„,.Auditorium says .he is negotiating !or heavyweight champion Rocky \larciano to meet the winner oi he Floyd Patterson-Jimmy Slade fight; •• '-.-.. Patterson and Slade tangle here Dec. 9 and McCoy proposes to offer the victor a shot at Rocky n the spring, presumably in an outdoor bout. Marciano's manager will be in Los Angeles Friday and told Mc- :oy he will discuss the matter West Virginia Given Sun Consideration EL PASO, Tex.—(INS)—Texas Tech.and Hardin-Siminons, Border Conference football teams, were being considered today by Sun Bowl officials in El Paso for selection as the host team in' the ;rid athletic Jan. 2". Teams named as a possible opponent for the host squad include Holy.'Gross, West Virginia, Delaware and Syracuse. 00/1/7 fat Out ot Get Unfa: •MM GET KELLY EXPLORERS DRIVI WORRY-FRiE THIS WINTER VIIRATIONLESS ON BARE ROADS POSITIVE NON-DIRECTIONAL TRACTION IN SNOW GREATIR GRIP ON WET OR ICY PAVEMENTS Tubtless for Safer, Softer Ride • SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE Bi« Trade-in Allowincc forvPfeitnt Tirei , EASY PAY AS YOU RIDE TERMS KELLY TIRE SERVICE 119 South Mtchanic Street PHONE PA 4-0300 FOR WORRY-FREE WINTER DRfVfNG THEY FINISH FOR LaSALLE—Here are the LaSalle High football players who will be winding up their football careers as Explorers in Thursday's annual classic with • Beall at Frostburg. Kneeling (left to right) are James Cline, Joe MeSorley, Tom Malamphy and Bill Kirby. '.Standing are Bill Buzzard, Mike Dougherty/Jim.Strun'tz, Pete Bagatti and 'Jerry Sheffler. Coach Norm ,Geatz (wearing white jersey) and assistant Don Harden are standing in the back. Missing are Regis Fair and Nick Dorraio. Pyrofax Tightens Ladies Dux Race Pyrofax Gas tightened the race n the Ladies City Bowling League ju blanking Queen City, 3-0, while 'ront-running Blue Bonnets were being held to a 2-1 win over Capitol. Bonnets .lead by four games. In other matches Chicken Roost ook the three forfeit games while Southern Bar nipped Owls Nest, 2-1, and Racey & Lynn shut out Germans, 3-0. Top team pin spillers were Al- rerna Loibel, 163-478, .Pyrofax; Georgia Myers, 142-376,- Queen ]ity; Florence Valentine, 122-344, thicken Roost; Doris Kotchenreu- her, 123-340, Southern; Mary. Edna Fair, 177-433,- Owls; Polly Cage, 185-471, Racey & Lynn; Helen Silvious, 154-369, Shermans; Mary Ellen Helm, 180-476, Blue Bonnets; llizabeth Rhoe, 164-442, Capitol. Standings: • W. L. W. t. Blue Bonnets 29 4 Capitol ...'..'15 18 Pyrpfax Gas 25. .8 Chicken ITst 15 18 Hacey, Lynn 23 10 Shermans ..15 18 Owls Nest .. 21 12 Queen City.. 8 25 Southern Bar 17 10 Michigan State Supplants < Terrapins As No. 2 Team By The Associated Press With only one week of the. season remaining, Oklahoma has a firm grip on first plafee among the nation's college'football powerhouses today and a good chance of repeating its 1950 national championship. '.'.-.'••. '•"' _ The Sooners, who boast the long-*- : : — — Bob Caldwell ol Walton, Ky., and Torri'Fqrrestal of Cleveland .are the two youngest rnembers of the Navy Both are .18. est' major college winning streak, 28 in a row, were so far ahead in the- next-to-last Associated Press poll of the season that most interest centered on the battle for second place between Michigan State, and Maryland. . .... Oklahoma was No. 1 on the ballot of 114 of the 209 sports-writers and broadcasters, piling up a total of 1,889 points. Michigan State squeezed past Maryland into second place by a bare .six. points, 1,689 to 1,683. Points were awarded on the usual basis of 10 for'first, 9 for second, etc. The voters apparently were more impressed by State's '33-0 rout of Marquette than by Maryland's per formance' iti beating/George Wash; ington 19-0: ; Maryland, .the early season leader, had : been second arid Michigan State third a week ago. Both teams have-concluded their seasons, although Maryland will meet Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl and State will play.UCLA, No. 4, in the Rose Bowl. Oklahoma is expected to wrap up victory No. 29 arid-its second perfect season in a row against so-so Oklahoma'A&M Saturday. Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mississippi . and Vanderbilt were named -today as those under consideration as an opponent for Pittsburgh in (Continued on Page 17) SHORT REIGN BOSTON (NBA)—Tony De. 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