Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 17
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Dfel PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 SEVENTEEN South, Southwest Expected fisv3 ;'•..''•.' . '. •. . 1 PioduCe Top Cage TeaMs -.'••; • , ..''... '..- * " -• .' "•;-. •/NEW YORK W-^Early predictions are that the |th. and Southeast, wilt produce some of the Best'college biSketball teams in the nation this season. ;;||' The tub-thumpers from the Jand. of Dixie .are point- !n§2»ith'pride to such quintets asf- Kellucky, North Carolina State, Virginia, Alabama, Duke, Teifiessee, North Carolina, George Wapington, -. Richmond; Louisville anajWestern Kentucky! : A|quick size-up leads to the be- IiejE|that Kentucky will retain its Jitltj; to' the Southeastern Confer- pnis, North Carolina State will suc- ceijtfully defend its Atlantic Coast Conference championship, George Washington will dethrone West Vir- gu|j| for the Southern Conference Jim and the.Ohio Valley Confer- jfc'race will be a three-way :bat- tle^mong Murray. (Ky) State and " - n ,ern and Western Kentucky, sville again should be the best ofj|6e Southern independents. .which;lost only two games last year — both.in startling unfits to unheralded Georgia Tech — Ipiould .be pressed^only by bam although Vanderbilt and Tennessee should give good accounts ofifhemselves. '.-... Gjeorgia Tech, Florida, Mississip- phipd Mississippi State should do bet^r than last year but are iriot in Ijttie class 'o_f the top four. Kike and North Carolina are ex- peiSed to offer the "stiffest resist- to N, C. ^State. The, .Wdlf- is still 'favored because it has pac . ; iettermen back, including 'ie Shavlik, the 6 : 9 center, Vic MojBdet and 6-li Bob Seitz. Duke; whicfi..;went to the finals.in the ACC Tournament last year, keeps; all its key men plus an impressive group of. sophomores including Tx) hy Buhowsky, a 6-11 center. North Carolina may be the most zymiiimiimiiimimiiiiimiiiiniiiiL; I TODAY'S 9 s I OPEN ^TIL 9P.M. 5 1 '53 Ford , , , $995 f S Cmtomtiht Tudor with Radio, ~ 5 Htatv; Good Rubb*r. light gr«y. E '50Chev,,,,S545 o D • I u x • . Tudor with. 5 fai :h«at*r, «un viwr, Mat = ~?!eov«ri. Very cl»Qn. ;•• • IT 1 '49 Nash , , , $345 f 5 Ambusiador Club Coup* with ~ •j; ovcrdrivo, radio, htattr,. two- -5 — ton* paint, good rubber. A steal. S = Call for Demonstration = (St. George I | MOTOR COMPANY | = CORNER SALEM i S. CENTRE § | Phone PA 2-3456 •Timiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii? improved team in the league. Coach Prank Maguire has come up with a pair of'promising sophomores in 6-8 Joe Quigg and 6-6 Pete Brennan .to' supplement holdovers Lenny Rosenbluth, Bob Young,- Jerry Vayda and Tony Radovich. Coach Bill Reihhart.at George Washington has lost only his great scorer, Corky.Devlin, from a team that-finished first-in the nation in shooting: percentage, third. in foul shooting and third in rebounding; The ^big men .are:.6-6 Joe. Holup and Joe Petcavich. The defending Mountaineers have, lost some regulars,but stiil', has ROD Huntley, plus- a 6-9 soph,. Lloyd Sharraf. Richmond, only '. team : in '• the loop :o beat - West'' Virginia^ last year, las an . evenly-balanced, .experienced, team, d&fjite x 'the loss of its eading seorerf'Wa r r.e n Mills. Washington.>&- Lee. and: Furman, neither^of whdnf.-baye lost a start: er^wfll be ready to cause trouble. Spas Hike Lead hi Liquor League iSpa Bar'spread its lead to a pair of games/in the South. End Liquor Sealers Bowling League..by blanking Racey;& Lynn, SjO," while run"- nerup Outdoor Club was being held o a 2-1 win byerTFW. •Third-place Wonder Bar shut out Ixports, 3-0, and Fourth Districts Democrats . nipped Decker's Bar, 2-1, in the other action. Leading team pin spillers were 'Bud" Dentinger 203 and Tom Den- ;inger 517, Racey &;Lynn; Lou Bell 205 and Cecil Grimes 519, Spa Bar; Joe-Grimm, 195-503, Wonder Bar; Robert. Krainpf,: 182-411, Exports; John Reitmeier, 180-462, Decker's Jar; Fred Corbih,l85 and ."Harp" Bland 502, Democrats; Paul Tracey, 192-504, Outdoor Club; Paul r 147, and "Whitey" Eror 394, VFW. Standings.-' ••'•'•• W.-t. • W. L. Spa Bar .... 23 7 Decker's Bar 17 13 Outdoor Club 21 9 Democrats . 10- 20 Wonder Bar. 19 11 V F.W 8 22 Racey, Lynn 18 12 Exports .... 4 '26 Keyset Lands (Continued from Page 15) ';. West Virginia School for Deaf; Dallas H a r p e r, Circleville; .Stanley Dahmer, Franklin; Richard Huffman, Petersburg. Keyser; High was officially de- dared the 1955 grid champion with a 5-0 record with Ridgeley (5-1) runnerup. Moorefield was named he 1955 baseball champ; finishing with a perfect 10-0 record. : The Hawks were cited eligible br "the 'second-place, trophy : while :he baseball.and. football champs, Moorefield,and Keyser, 'also were declared eligible .for trophies. In ; other . business 'the league plans the formation of a PVC Jun. or ,High Basketball League . and announced the date of the Junior High tourney as February 27, 28 and 29 at.Keyser. A . proposal was also made to study better. methods of selecting the football All-Conference team and a committee named to reporl its-findings at the February meeting- ' . About 40 persons attended the affair. . UCLA Puts Two Players On All-Coast SAN FRANCISCO - (INS). The International News Service . All- Far West teami as announced today,' highlights the close race ' in the Pacific, Coast Conference, with men represented from almost every school— three from UCLA, ;wo each from Southern California and Stanford/arid' one each; from iVashington, . Oregan State, California and Oregon. .There's" no, geographical signifi-, cance to the INS all-star team al-| iiough '. it does, j cover the entire: pacific slope. ' UCLA, . the conference winner; and Western. Rose Bowl representative, has;.'a certain: dominance-i-three. men on the first team and. four ; on the second— a total of seyen. r .;" .>. .. ...' . ' .. : ' INS -team is based on. a sampling of opinion of sports writers and radio, observers oh. the coast— all of whom gave their unanimous support to USC'S versatile backfield star ; Jon Arnett; .He heads., the INS. backfield atj quarterback followed • : by D i c k James of -Oregon and Sam Brown of UCLA, at the . halfback . posts and Stanford's Bill Tarr at fullback. . _" :" ."'. ••'; .'.. Tarr, the Coast's perennial leading grounctgainer, got the nod over UCLA's more publicized Bob Davenport who , was sidelined with n juries for part of 'the season. The forwa"rd : wall has Washing- ion's Jim Houston and California's fine pass - catcher, Jim Carmichael at. ends; Stanford's Paul Wiggin, and Oregan State's John i/Witte, at tackles; USC's Orlando Fer- rarite, and USLA's Hardiman Cureton at g u a r d s; and . UCLA's Steve Palmer at center. As a representative t e a m it would be hard to beat on paper— or on the field. Here they are: Pos. .. First T«m ; : End Jim Houston, Washington i)nd .. Jim Carmichael, California Tackle Paul Wiggin, Stanford • John Wltte, Oregon State Orlando Ferrante. USC Hardiman Cureton, UCLA Steve Palmer, UCLA Jon Arnett, USC : Dick James, Oregon Sam Brown, UCLA Bill Tarr, Stanford SoonersBack 4s Leaders In 3uiikel Rating : By DICK DUNKEL DAYTONA .BEACH,' Fla (Spec- al) — Okalohnia is back on-top f the college football Power Index after winning its season's ninth traight game in walloping Ne- raska 41-0 last Saturday. The Sooners, who have one game eft to play, .now have established an average scoring superiority of .8.7 points.: per game. This has >een done against opposition in- lexed at 84.6 in thi.s system. Adling 28.7 to 84.6 gives them''their Jo. 1 rating of 113:3. . Michigan State's Rose Bowl ex- ress is in second place, with 11L9, after two previous weeks atop the eap.-The Spartans have had a net coring margin of 18^7 over 93.2 pposition. ... • :.••...•: Rank and.ratings of the Power Index top 100 follow: klahoma . ..113.3 Miss. Southern 84.6 ..111.9 Xavier, O. ... .:i09.9 Yale ,.108.0 Tempe St. ... .107.3 "Utah : .104.4 Nebraska ... .104.4 Kans. State . .104.0 Wake Forest .102.4 Tex. Western .101.4 Denver — .101.3 .Oregon St. .. ..101.0;Wichita ..100.8 Princeton Tackle uard Guard Center . Q/Back I/Back H/Back F/Back Pos. Zai End 'ackle Tackle !uard ;uard lenter e/Back H/Back' J/Back T/Back Second Itmm Ronnta- Loudd, UCLA John Stewart, Stanford Fred Robinson, Washington Gil Moreno, UCLA Jim Brown, UCLA Don Gilkey, California Joe Long, Stanford John Brodie, Stanford Joe Francis, Oregon Slat* Ronnie Knox, UCLA Bob Da\-enport, UCLA Mountain Top Ties For Lead Mountain Top tied for first place i the Western Maryland Rifle League by .knocking off. previously undefeated Hercules,. 1137 ,to 1131, Sunday at Bowman's Addition and Oakland. Both teams boast. 3-1 •ecords. - Bob Cain- tallied 289 at Oakland to lead Mountain Top; Higlrshooter :or the losers was Jim Spitznogle with 291 points at Bowman's Addi,ion. . Norm White's 290 paced the Fort Hill crew which battered an undermanned La Vale team on the local range. The score was 1112 to 536. Leo Ford and ' Jim Kerr each scored 268 for the losers. tich. Stite c.-u. ... C. L. A. larylsnd .1 Totr* Dame >hio State . exas A&M a. Tech .. liami. Fla. 'ittsburgh . r avy anderbilt . Michigan .. owa S. U. ... tanford ... yracuM ... ubunr ..;. . M. 0. ;.. liuijsippi ,rkan««s .. exas ...... 0. 'Calif. .. 'entucky .. "ulane Irmy ....... aylor —. W. Virginia iuke ecnessfe .. lias. State 'urdue — liami, O. . linnesota . linois Florida .... Wisconsoin . enn State . lemson ... refon .... jeorgia — lice Washington "exas Tech olgate' — olorado ... 01. Pacific Boston Col. ndiana — TOWERING COWBOYS LARAMIE, Wyo.-(NEA) - Wyoming is looking up literally in )asketball because no less than seven of the squad are more than six feet five inches tall. UPHILL AND DOWN LANCASTER, Calif.—(NBA) Stock car drivers must negotiate right and'left turns and go uphill and down -in a 200-mile road race here, Nov. 20. While They Last I ORIGINAL SiLVERPLATE EXTRA PLATED FOR USUAL *39V VALUE MAHOGANY PINIfH- ANTI-TAKMSN CMST Hf W$ WHAT you iinu SPORT By Routon ..100.0 :Wyoming ...99,2 ; Okla. AtM .. 98.8. California -.98.0 Delaware ' .: 98.0 Va. Tech .. 97.9 Missouri . .. 97.7 G. Washingto .. 97.6 Houston U. . .. 97.3 Bowl. Green ;. 97.1 Lafayette ... .. 97.0 N.C. State .. .. 9«.T Northwestern , 96 2 Hardin Sim's . 96.0 Colo. AiM . . 95.8 Alabama ... .95.1 Detroit . 94.8 N. Carolina . . 93.7 Trinity. Tex. . 92.9 Marquette . 92.9 Kansas .. . 92.7 Kent State . 92.6 San Jose St . 92.3 Chattanooga . 91.7 R. Island . 91.5 Arizona .. . 90.9 Holy Cross . 90.2 . Richmond .. 89.9 Louisville .. 89.1 Virginia . .. 88.2 La. Tech .. 87.6 W. Texas S . .. «6.8 Ohio U. ... .. S6.6 Tampa .. 85.8 N. Texas St .. 85.7 Wra. fc Mary .. 85.0 Dartmouth .. 85.0 Fla. State 84.1 83.7 83.6 82.8 82.5 82.2 8J.1 81.9 81.2 80.9 80.8 80.5 80.5 80.4 80.2 80.1 79.3 79.2 78.3 78.3 78.2 78.2 78.0 78.0 77.4 76.7 76.4 76.3 75.8 75.7 75.5 75.0 74.9 74.1 74.0 73.S 73.4 73.3 73.3 73.1 72.7 72.2 72.2 72.1 71.7 71.« 71.6 71.5 71.5 Cassady.-Cited . (Continued from Page 155 Jhe Sugar Bowl. Pitt was picked State, they said, would finish third or fourth at best. Instead, Hayes molded another powerhouse which won seven of its line games and all six of its con- 'erence games for the Bucks' first jack-to-back Big Ten title clincn- ing in 40 years. The Bucks' vengeful victory over Michigan was their 17th win in the last 19 , games and fell two short of the all-time mark of 13 straight Big Ten wins. It was a different story, for Bud Wilkinson. Although he lost men like All-America Max Boydston, Oklahoma was four deep at every position this year. And the Sooners : thwarted all head-hunters to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 28. ; Only Nebraska, unbeaten in the conference, stood iri the way of Oklahoma's 53rd straight conference triumph and tenth Big Seven title in as many campaigns. But :he country's No. 1 team mauled the .Cornhuskers, 41 to 0,',Saturday and began setting its sights for the Orange Bowl game with Maryland. Notre Dame's beefy quarterback, Paul Hornung, brought the Irish from behind with ten points in the last, eight minutes. After Iowa went ahead, 14 to 7, Hornung drove, his team 22 yards and then threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Jim Morse. He converted arid minutes later, with the. clock reading 2:15 " and another Irish march halted, booted ,the game- winning 28-yard field goal. . : j Michigan State (Continued from Page 16) today. The second Cotton Bowl spot, as well as : both places in the 'Gator Bowl, also are up for grabs. •-...'••••: The leaders with, first-place votes in parentheses: 1. Oklahoma-(114) 1,889 2. Mich. State (39) 1,689 3. Maryland (35) 1,683 4. UCLA (6) 1,374 5. Notre Dame (3) 1.255 -. | 6. Ohio State (5) 1.025 7. TCO (3) 994 8. Texas AJtM 531 9. Georgia Tech 369 10. Auburn SECOND 10 11. Navy 219 12. Michigan 102 33. Pittsburgh (1) 90 14. Miami (Fla.) (2) 79 15. Mississippi 73 16. Miami (Ohio) 4« 17. Stanford 29 18. Duke 23 19. Vanderbilt IS . . • 20. Syracuse 16 Rest Helps Fiore, Decisions Nocero NEW YORK tfi - After a one- year'layoff. Carmine Fiore is back in business looking for a shot at some of the top welterweights. "The rest did me a lot of good," Fiore said last night after winning unanimous decision over sturdy Rinzy Nocero in an all-Brooklyn battle at St. Nicholas Arena. Fiore, 26, went into drydock Oct. 29, 1954 after he was stopped by Vince Martinez on eye cuts. Lewis To Lead North [n Christinas Contest MIAMI. Fla. Hi — Coach Art (Pappy) Lewis of West Virginia today was named as one of the coaches for the North team in the Shrine's North-South All-Star foot ball game in the Orange Bowl on Dec. 26. Lewis replaces Coach Duff Daugherty of Michigan State, who originally was named as a North coach but dropped out when his team won a Rose Bowl invitation. Smiling Picks Up By Spilling Leaders Smiling knocked off pacing Happy, 2-1, in the Hap-0-Happy Bowl- : ng League to move within three games of first place. Cheerful hit :he .500 mark for blanking Jolly, 3-0, while. Merry nipped Friendly, 2-1, in other matches. .' Leading pinsters were Nedra Nixon, 113-279, Smiling; Clara Plainer, 120-306, Happy; Berg Schute, 154-377, Cheerful; "Lib" Rorick, 117-322. Jolly; Harriet Allison, 151384, Merry; Mary Edmiston 118 and ' Shirley Short 319, Friendly. Standings: W. L. W. 1. Happy 21 9 Cheerful .... 15 15 Smiling IS 12 Friendly 10 30 Jolly ....... IS 14 Merry ....... 10 20 STAY IN BLACK NEW YORK (NBA)—Only three major college teams have had no losing football seasons since World War II. They are Penn State, Oklahoma and Kentucky. Dodgers Drop Mobile NEW YORK—(INS)—The Brooklyn Dodgers are discontinuing their working agreement with Mobile of the Southern Association. LET'S GO SKATING Tue.-Thur.-Sat.-Sun. Sat. & Sun. Aftern'n j All Sessions Supervised Special Rates to Churches, Schools & Birthday Parties j Shoe Skates For Sale \ Complete Stock, All Size 9.95, 13.95, $18,23.50 "Charge It" Yes . . . First National Charge Accounts ARMORY Liabilities Tie For First Place , By grabbing three wins from tbf, Liabilities, the Credits moved into a tie tor first place in the South' Cumberland Businessmen's: Mixed Bowling League. In other matches, Assets topped . Debits, ? Incomes. whipped Expenses both by M counts, and Losses forfeited three games to the :Profits. •'•• - •'. Scoring leaders -.were Mildred Peterson 111, Millie Divicd'298 ..and Joe Divicd 125-328, Debits; Mae Howdyshell 95-262 and Tom Whal- ley 156-411, Assets; Edith Rice 124306 and Charles Garlitz 130-366,; Expenses; Anna Mae Robertson 130-275 and John Snyder 92-252. Incomes; Shirley Norton- 109-282 v and Joe Lechliter. 148-389, Liabili- • ties; Rosella Parsons 154- and Mickey Clem 370 and Tom Higson 141-353, Credits: Myrtle Manges; 94-279 and Rusty Robertson 146-421, Profits: Grace Garlitz il8-327 and Jack Evans 137-328, Losses. ." .Standings:. : . _ .;''.;•• .. -.W ~JL . . • W V.- CrediW ..... 15 9 Profits ..... H IS. 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