Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 18
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u...... ft.-;;.; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 Dial PA-2-460P for a WANT AD, Ttkti LaSalle Await Tenth Thanksgivio Explorers Hold Big Advantage In Series There is no championship at stake, but tomorrow's game between LaSalle High and Beall in the annual Thanksgiving Day gridiron battle at Frostburg could . develop into one of the most hard-fought of the nine- Tlie Lineups game series. The Explorers will be taking a sub-par record of two wins, six losses and one draw into the battle which gets underway at 2-p. m Beall will sport one more win and shows three triumphs and six de feats for nine starts. Nevertheless a full house, may be the largest throng in the rivalry is expected to shove its way into the Frostburg. bowl. Reserved seat tickets have been at a pre- Records Of Teams •. LASALLE' ' : BEALLV IS—Bedford (tie) 13 7—Hajjcrstown • 32—Petersburg ..13 6—Allegany ... 0—Fort Hill ... 43 7—Keyscr it— St. Francif .-.19 27—Southern — 0—Kcyser .......29 0—Fort HiU 2( 8—Allegany ...:33 28—Romney ..;..!: 0-rRidgoloy .",..20 '7—JMartinsbury .26 18—Altoona Cath 26 13—Moore/ield 28—Hpmney 7 0—Handlcy 111—Totals .,. .'.203 .35—Totals ...:..- 181 Won 2, Lost 6,. :.. Tied .r Won 3, Lost 6- rniiirti since early Monday. General admission pasteboards will be sold at the gates which will open at noon. .'. • • V -.. Last-minute reports ..from bothj mentors"/-'Ray Hull at' Beall an Norm Geatz at LaSallev show hot squads at fever-pitch.'with but tw doubtful starters on .both teams :V" Fair Still Doubtful '..Tackle-Regis Fair, the bigges . man' on the heavily-outweighe front wall; of the Explorers, ha been listed for ; part-tihie-, dutj pending the outcome of his'.knC' injury. - ; Fair; a 170-pounder, hai . a recurrence of the ailment in. tbj winning- effort over Rdm'ney las -Friday...-.' .. •- " '\ ••:. - : : ; ;" .-• -.'. ." Coach Geatz plans to use Jerom< Sheffler; "in. Fair's' Sheffler ".• has been- a regular most of season. 'Another change is eviden in the starting lineup, although Eddie Firlie/whb will get the cal over Jerry McGreeyy, has been al lernating with McGreevy since ear ly in Noyember. Firlie got his firs starting role against Romney. Ray, Hull at Beail also has one of his front-line men on the,for ward: wall listed, .as '.'.a. .probable starter. Senior guard Fred Jenkins was banged up in preparing for LaSalle during drills and has been forced to take it easy. He should be available for action, but, in case he isn't," Bill Schultheis has been .readied, for the ; job;;. ,-^j ,; Hull also shifted his backfield although not making any changes in the starting four. Bob Wol ford, with his blocking showing devastating effect in the las couple of games, will start in the quarterback position, one of the most important in the multiple offense employed by Beall... Paul Wilson, who had been the QB, will move over to Wolford's right-halfback . slot with Andy Felker still at the left-halfback post and Doug Cook at fullback. Aside from the two injured stars, the teams will-enter the game in first-rate • condition. " . LaSalle, with its offensive and defensive play leaving'a lot desired • after the 32-13 win over Petersburg early " in. September, showed signs of .'awakening with the. surprise easy handling of Romney last week. The Pioneers, who had 'been beaten by Bcall, 28-13; were-at' lea^st : a" two-touchdown favorite in'the "'tussle, but proved no match for the much- Improved locals. .'.''./I Against the same opponents Beall and LaSalle have come up with one win and three losses. The Mountics Hvere beaten -by Fort Hill, 20-0, while LaSalle was clobbered by the-'same team, 43-0. Undefeated Allegany rode over both Beall and.LaSalle, whipping the Frostburgers, 32-6, and Explorers, 33-6. , •_. : Potomac Valley Conference kingpin Keyser also took a pair of wins from tomorrow's rivals. Bcall LASALLE pot. Pliyer No. Gride LE Edward Firlie (61) LI Regis Fair : <60) (co-captain) .... Jerome Sheffler f56) LG Tom Malamphy (40) C Tom Joyce (69) RG Bill Kirby (66) RT Ken Klostcrman (97) RE Mike Dougherty 143) QB Bill Buzzard , (55) (co-captain) UK Mickey Bush (42) ON YOUR MARK!—The Beall High Mountaineers are ready to attempt an end to the stranglehold of LaSalle's football team .' in Thanksgiving Day clashes at Frostburg. The Beall line from left to right shows'Bill Shirley, Jim, Martirano', Fred.-' Jenkins, Bill Fearer, Tom Pugh, Dick Walker and Jim Keedy. Taking the. ball from center is Pete .Wilson while.'others in the backfield (left^to right) are Jim/Mills,. Doug Cook, Bob Wolford and Andy Felker. " -.-'.•' RH Jim Struntz (41) ' 12 FB Charles Passarell ....... (46) 11 RESERVES Po«. riajer . • .' Xo. Gr»de T Peter.Bagatti .......'(99) FB Bill Becker (82) C Francis Carney (So) QB Joe Cioni (45) G~ James.Cline (49) C Robert Fair ...:: (80) E Jerry-: McGreevy ........ (67) KB Joseph Footen .(44) John Gilmore ., (98) Kenneth . Harris .'•. (53) E Charles Imes (62) HB Tom Madden ;.... (52) Robert McMahon (91) Joe McSorlcy .../........ (64) Paul .Nolan (94) HB Van Parsons (70> IB Donald Richard (88) Jim Scott (96) John Shcehe (93) Tommy Smith :...... <68) . ••^•' • V fl&'- FB HB Don Slillwagon William Twigg John Weiscnmillcf (85) .(92) (87) BEALL •-: Fat. Plijer . : Ko. Gra LE Conrad. Filsinger .'. (22) James Kecdy ...'.. (30) L.T Roy Miner ...; (36) LG Thomas Pugh. ...; ;. (21) Richard Walker ....:.... (27) C . Bill Fearer. ............. (25) (co-captain) , RG Fred Jenkins :.. (39) Bill. Schultheis (19) RT ; Jim Martirano .... —... (42) RE Bill Shirley.;- ri4) QB 'Bob Wolford '. (28) LH Andy Telkcr ........-....; (12) (co-captain) . RH" Paul Wilson .. '...,....Ml): FB : Doug,Cook ...'.'.,•'. :. (20) : . .'/RESERVES Pna. PUrer' No. Grid HB '. Jim Mills .'..;;...: (17) HB 'Bon Stevenson ...-...;.... (18) B '. Bill Proves (10) G •- James Mallow ........... (38) T-C Joseph. McGregor ........ .(37) C Delvin Ryan (25) Richard Walker (57) E , Jim Waitcs C34) -1 Gene Eagan (29) 1 Mlkc'Fabbri (23) 1 Thomas Jacobs (41) "1 Kay Kamauf .. (43). 1 B Wayne Knepp (24) -1 B William Mlnnlck (15) 1 B Frank-Skidmorc .'..OS) -3 Jack Croft (33) 10 Richard Winiicld (35) Jack Hunter ................ (32) falling, 21-6, and 'LaSalle being aken across, 29-0.- ; The contest could develop into an' aerial display, as both Bil" Buzzard of the Explorers arid Wilson have had/'good" days in tossing the pigskin. . ..Buzzard's tosses have accounted f6r three of the four scoring tosses by LaSalle while halfback Van Parsons step ped into the spotlight against rlomney with' a 12-yard toss to halfback Jim Struntz. One of the passes by Buzzard ound the waiting arms of Struntz who wound up in the end zone of Altoona Catholic on the end of an 81-yard . spree. Another from zzard, who had trouble early n the year with his aerials, in he Altoona clash was good for 49 'ards with end Mike Dougherty letting the score. Tosses. For Three TDs Wilson r has thrown three passes or TDs with his chief target being ^elker, The longest came with :nd Jim Keedy carrying the eather over after a 45-yard play gainst the Pioneers. Felker's ave come on .12 yards against the trong Campers and 11 yards gainst Marlinsburg.'•.'':' Overall Beall has chewed up 427 ards through. the air for a 42.7 verage per tilt: Of the 94 tosses ttempted, 38 have been complet- d with only, eiglit intercepted. La- alle's aerial arms have taken to ie air on 96 occasions for 31 com- letions with 14 interceptions. The ticcessful attempts have been ood for 421 yards or an average of 6.8 a game. Defensively both teams have ccn easy victims with LaSalle's ine-game defense -average being lofty 230.1 to Beall's even bigger 66.9. In pass defense, the situa- on is just about the same, thusj LA 'SALLE, SQUAD—Here 'is ;the LaSaUe High footbaO squad which rings down the curtain on the 1955 season against Beall :,-.tomorrow at Frostburg. .'; Standing in the front row (left to right) 'are'Ed Firlie, Mike Dougherty, Regis Fair, Bill Kirby, Tom Joyce, ). Tom .^Malamphy;'Jerry Sheffler,'Jerry McGreevy. and Paul Nolan. : -Secoridirpw—Tom Smith, :Bill Becker, Jimmy Struntz, Bill Buzzard, Charles Passarell, Mickey Bush.. Van Parsons and Joe Cioni. Third row^-John Weisenmiller, Ker^Hafris; Jim Cline, Bill Twigg, Pete ' Bagatti, Ken Klosterrnan" ; and ; Jim Sheehe.' .Fourth' row—Joe McSorley, Jim Scott; "Ace" Wolfe, Bob McMahon,. "Ace" Proud and Don.Richard.. Fifth;row—Tom Madden, Joe Footen, John Gilmore, .Nick- Dormib and Don Stillwagon'. Sixth row—Robert Fair, Fred, Stitcher,-Francis .Carney, Charles Imes and: "Fazie" Fazenbaker; 7 In.the back ro\v are the managers^John Martin, Dennis'Norris, Richard Garlitz and Richard Felten. Several.of the players pictured above are no longer on the squad. . . giving more light on the.chance f both clubs goirfg to the. : air' in :n win. _ Beall has allowed 33 completions n" 84-tosses'.for a net of 648 yards. aSalle's, defense has been-able to at down only 36 of,-75 'thrown its ay while plucking six : out of the ir. The : successful, aerials have een good for 456 yards against ie locals. In .rushing the Mountaineers how the biggest edge along with powerful line. Boasting a 181.4 ravity-piiir per man, the Moun- ain City 'club will [ make LaSalle jot nearly 25 pounds per gridder p front.. This advantage could also e used to force gapping holes in ie lighter LaSalle line and help ear down the locals in the latter art of the game. Beall> biggest productivity in ie scoring column has been in the iurth quarter with 20 of its 95 markers coming in the final 12 linutes. Although this could be :fset by the fact that with the- lugher schedule, the Mounties ere performing against second nd third strings and nearly al- ays trailing late in the second alf. Beall's scoring average is 3.6. • ' . ' ' ' • ; LaSalle has also found. the last uarter its most successful, al- lough facing the same situation s Beall when being behind' most : the season. -At that, LaSalle lanaged to hit the 100 mark for ne games with 111 counters or a coring potential of 12.3 'points per ay. .The chief running threats of the xplorers who have gone for 1,515 et yards, are halfback Mickey ush and Jiirr Struntz along with llback Charles Passarell. Buzard has also been a dangerous nner, his ground' gaining being ctter than his aerial attempts un- tlie final two games, Passarell as also shown great improvement recent outings." the'junior line- lasher tallying twice in the de- at of Romney. Both Bush, who is also a junior, id Struntz, a senior, have break- LaSalle Yardstick LASALLE OPPONENT 66 ........ Total First Downs '....".:.'.10' 51 ...... First Downs Rushing 86 12 First Downs Passing > 16 3 ....!. First Downs Penalties .... 10 Lost On.Downs 36 Passes Attempted 31 Passes Completed 6 Passes Intercepted By .... 51 Passes Incomplete ........ 31 421 Yards Gained Passing 456 46.8 Av. Yds. Gained Passing Per G. 50.' 33 Punts 2: 30.3 Punting Average 28.3 ...„;., Fumbles 2' 7 ..'.. Own Fumbles .Recovered .... X 13 ..Opponents Fumbles Recovered.. 15 33 Penalties .. 320 ;. Yards Lost Penalties .;....321 1371 Yards Gained Rushinj! 1918 277 Yards Lost Hushing 303 1094...Net Yards Gained Rushing... 1615 121.6 Av. Net Yds. Rushing Per G.179.. 1515 Total Net Yards Gained ....2071 168.3 Av. Total Net Yds. Per Game 230.1 17 Touchdowns 30 13 Touchdowns Rushing 21 4 Touchdowns Passing ...... 0 ..Touchdowns Pass Interception. 17 Extra Points 30 q -Extra Points JIadc 18 1 .... Extra Points -Placements .... I ) Extra Points Passing 1 0 '.... Field Goal 1 0 Sajety 111 Points Scored 203 .2.3,... Avp. Points Per Game ....22.5 SCORE Bl" PERIODS LASALLE 26 2' 25 33—111 OPPONENTS 42 68 39 54—203 away abilities and, when given some blocking, could go all the way. Parsons may see duty after his showing against Romney while quarterback Paul Cioni may be .called on by Geatz to relieve Buzzard. Felker Top Threat Felker is the chief triple-threat man of Beall, the dependable sen: ior carrying most of the ground attack on his shoulders. Andy is the team's leading scorer with 40 points on six TDs and four placement, efforts. . ' "'..'. , Wolford has shown several flashes of breaking into his. own while Cook, according to Hull, is about ready to smash loose as he'has been showing up very well in drills for the game. Both have been called on in important assignments during the season and come through but never got the daylight needed to get off a long run. In fact, the..longest scoring run from scrimmage for Beall was the 22-yard dasli by Felker in the 27-6 win over Southern of Oakland. Andy also had a 20-yard score for the lone TD against Keyser.. • Struntz got off for 63-yards against Petersburg while.Bush cnd- . Turkey Day Series Year Score 1946—LASALLE 1947—LASALLE 1948—LASALLE 1949—BEALL 12 1950—LASALLE 1951—LASALLE 1952—LASALLE 1953—LASALLE 1954—LASALLE .Winning-. Conch '26, Beall'0 •:..".;.., Long 20, Bcall 0 Long 25, Beail 0. ..... Carolan LaSalle 0 Hoopengardn'i 14, Beal! 13 ..:. Carolan 6, BEALL 6 (tie.) . . ' Gcatz-Hull 33, Beall 0 Geatz 14,.Beall 6 -I ; Geatz 14, Bcall 0 Geatz ALL-TIME SEK1ES RECOKD W. L. T. LASALLE 7- 1 . 1 BEALL ......-...,'.... 1 7.1 ed up in the Viking end "zone, after dashing 68 yards to top LaSalle. The meeting is the;the series which first .^had its beginning in 1946. Since-then LaSalle has lost only once, Beall winning, 12-0, under coach Joe Hoopengardner in 1949.' This will be the fourth time eatz has sent a team against HulFs .charges. After taking over in the latter.part of the 1951 cam paign, the former LaSalle star has won 26 times while dropping 13 and playing a pair of deadlocks for his career. Hull, who used to be assistant coach under Hahn at Fort Hill, will )e completing his fourth year at .he Mountain City school and is after his 15th triumph.- Beall teams Beall Yardstick BCALL OPPONEN 102 Total First Downs . 76 First'.Downs Rushing- 20 ...;.. First. Downs Passing 6 ..... First Downs Penalties 15 ..'..'-..:'. Lost'On Downs".. 94 ..;.;... -Passes. Attempted .. 38 —'— Passes Completed.. 5 Passes Intercepted By 48 Passes Incomplete : 427...... Yards. Gained Passing —.-.6 47.4 Av, Yds. Gained Passing Per G. 72 24 Punts. 30.8 Punting Average- ::..31 29 -Fumbles* 17. .'..'. Own Fumbles Recovered. .... 17.. Opponents: Firmblei -Recovered: . 35 .—,.'.'. ...'.'. penalties ..'..".'.......'. 255 ."Yards Lost Penalties^ '.'...'..2 1522..... Yards Gained Rushing ....-18 173....;.. Yards Lost Rushing 1394.. Net Yards Gained Rushing ..!' 149.9 Av. Net-Yds. Rushing Per G.194 1776.... Total Net Yards Gained ....24 197.3 Av. Total Net Yds. Per Game 266 14 Touchdowns .../. 11 Touchdowns Rushing ....... 3 Touchdowns Passing 0 . .Touchdowns Pass Interceptions. 0 ..Touchdowns Fumble Recovery. 14 Extra Points ,..: 9 '..'. Extra Points Made . '... J.. 5 .... Extra Points Placements ... 4 ...... Extra Points Running ..;.. 0 Field Goal 1 ,. Safety 95 Points Scored : .l: 10.6 Avg. Points Per Game 20 SCORE BY PERIODS BEALL .-13 21 21 40—! OPPONENTS ...... 25 59 39 58—1; have dropped 23 tilts and have ye to play a tie since Hull assume control in 1952. PACKAGE STORE 82 GREENE STREET CORNER JOHNSON STREET WE'RE OPEN ALL DAY THANKSGIVING DEER HUNTERS Tfit Ptttrktn Confertnct C«nt*r of th« Episcopal Church, formerly th« Harrip• shirt Club and • noted for Its • good hunting and fithmoi will offer its facilt- ' t!«i to a limittd number of dt«r nurttort this year. Room and board wj|| b* provided btainning with th* evening mtat on Saturaay, Novtmbvr 26, 1955, and tndlng with brtakfasr on Sunday, D«tmber 4. Rotti 58.00 p*r day, Am«r- icon. Plan.' For r«s«rvation» writt Th* Director, Ptftrkin Conftrtnct Ctn^r, .Romn«y, W,, Vo.. or call Romney 157 oft*r d.OO P. M. LOBBY — OPEN FIREPLACE GOOD FOOD PARINl PLENTY OF SPACES Liquors • Wines • Cordials '•.•.- '•'•'-.: t . .. • - '••••• ' •: BEER 10 Different Brands CASE IT'S STILL A MCE THANKSGIVING-You will hear no complaints from Harold Ncstcr about being in. the above position for Thanksgiving Day. .Thc,40'year-old Rldgclcy man has been in'•'•traction at Sacred Heart Hospital almost from ( he fell more thin 40 feet from a barn. ' Tha^ was more than six wcekx ago, Harold, who played-for the Cumberland Ameri- can Legion junior baseball team which won the world's championship in, 1934,,said he will observe Thanksgiving Day by being thankful he survived such a fall. Nestcr was also a member of Allegany High's iindcfcated diamond' team of 1934. Standing beside .'him is his wife, Emma Jane. Harold will probably also have to spend Christmas in the hospital. Mtn'i AII*NyUn DKESS JACKtTS »IJ.»5 U SM.VS Valy.i Orty, Ton, Hut «n4 Irtwn V«li» $9.9t Mcn'i AII.W**) AWARD fWIATIRS Hub Army A Navy ftal«t Company Old Thompson Decanter IOTTLE FIFTH Old Hickory Decanter I-YIAH-OIO 4.3 FIFTH POPULAR BRAND Cigarettes 51-66 CARTON . All Type Wines... 68cfiflh& up SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON USE LOTS WE CASH ILL PAYROLL CHECKS Exit In Glory 'Turkey In The DratifTops Major Hoople's Hit Parade By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE "%;^' ; r " i (Creator Of The Stran Song) .;;,:.;'.?.•_ :';v. J EGAD! My zillions of readers ar^e'in for^V treat ..of | the first magnitude. . .' • .. ,;.v..."fl ' : -~.i - ! ^#. In closing the gridiron season in a burst of : gl6ry,"'| I have chosen what I regard as a perfec.t card'"for Satiif-| day's game and those of tomorrow afternoon. And, ;ii \ hasn't been', easy, believe- me.- Neither is it easy to arrive at' forecast of this nature ;(he said that). How did I ever, dope out'a tie for Army and Navy, 21-to-2l? Har ; rumph! 'Let me tell you the mathematical gymnastics were tremendous, even C9lossal.. Early Bowl Scores After this week's contests, only the Bowl'games remain. Just as soon as the card is 'completed (I haven't heard from the Wash Bowl yet), you may expect a full re port from your reliable scribe. My early bowl selections are Michigan State over UCLA by 14 points and Oklahoma, over Maryland by three . touchdowns. Of course, I said they were early- line shots. This' gives the boys in the back room time to. ponder the tremendous importance and the significance of the world's greatest prognosticate giving his .call tres fast; '- '-' ' '••:. .' .-. -.-.•.-; ;. I've been ^pondering , over. the outcome of tomorrow's, "big battles on our local scene. It's.enough to make even my stout heart sputter, (is .'.that why he has! been taking "medicine"'lately?)... . -.-.••' -' '.' But," I'.refuse to. be dismayed. I'm fearless, straight, forward and backward. If "yoti think Allegany is going to finish unbeaten,-.and take its first outfight - city : championship in ten years, you are half right. . . Wrong In Beginning If you think Fort Hill is going to be undefeated and .stand alone with its second straight Cumberland title, you were wrong to begin with. For, you see, the stars, my sidekick Bourbon Bottles and Mrs. Hoople's. favorite son, envision a 14-14 tie. And, although I won't have the pleasure of freezing in Frostburg, it will be plenty warm when LaSalle and Beall wind up. and prepare for their turkey dinners. For they will have come all through the football season justXto meet on tomorrow's holiday to conclude in a scoreless battle. ..'...-. Just remember, it was Martha's husband who handed out this sage bit of information. So. until we meet before . the bowl" forecast, adieu. But, first go 6h' : 'with the greatest card in Hoople history: TOMORROW Allt(t»nj- H, Fort Hill II (tie) . LaSilIe 0. Beall 0 (tie) BIDDING FOND FAREWELL H.ndlej 17, Mirtinjlmri 14 T«»i A-M 3J, Te«i 13 VPI.28, VMI 6 ''.' • •'••' :••••.- • - FRIDAY: .-• ..... NC State 23,' WVU II " .-....' ' ' • ' SATURDAT •'• '• • ' ' Army 21, Nmry 21 .(Ue) ;.'.-.; '--.; Boston Col. 27. Holj Cros«,l! . So. C»liforhU 17, Notre Dmme » '' Oklahoma 27. OkUJ A. and M, • Auburn 20. Alabama 7 , • Rice 16, B»jlor 7 .•'.'.. :MI»mi II. Tlorida'T ' : ' . ' = Georgia Tech 26,1 Georgia • La, State 14. Tulane 7 •, Miiiisslppi 14. MUs.' State * • Virginia 19. So. Carolina 13, ••: Tex. Christian 21, So. Aifthodist T Vanderoilt 20.'Tenneisee 14 Colorado 27. Colo. A. and M. T ."? NOTICE TO 4 HUNTERS Notice is . hereby . given that Special Agents-Game Protectors •. have been appointed by the Cedar Knob Hunting; Club, Inc. 'and.the'""' Buck Ridge Hunting. 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