Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 28
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TWENTY-EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker GIVE BUMPER * Fruit Cakes Packed For Shipment Anywhere Ask Your Grocer and Be Sure It's BUMPER THE COMMUNITY BAKING CO. One of Maryland's Leading PRESCRIPTION Offers You • • • 4 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS • ALL PRESCRIPTIONS ARE TRIPLE is* is* • FREE DELIVERY • FAIR PRICES • PRESCRIPTIONS IN FILE FROM 1898. SAVE BY CALLING: '/FREE.'" DELIVERY * : PArkview 4-3646 PArkview 4-3647 101 N. CENTRE ST. / FREE'.: DELIVERY :* Cut out this ad as your reminder . . . jo TiiBERTY CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly $ .50 .... ;•• i.oo 2.00 .... 3.00 .... > 5.00 .... Receive in 50 Weeki .. $25. 50. ......: too. ....... 150. ...'...; 250. 10.00 ..../........... 500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND LONACON1NG Member F. D. I. C. Member Fed. Res. System cant tottJt a •KIT ILICTH1C APPLIANCES. MIXMASTER Larger bowl-fit beaters for "" higher, lighter, j finer-textured cakes. Factory Demonstration Saturday, Nov. 26 Set dial for controlled hcib $iiibeatn .TOASfER COKEIMASTER To»s<jw!tb Perfect p«tent«d . coffee every Ridinni Umc,, »uto- Coolrol. ffltticully. Sterling Electric Co. LIHLE SPORT By Routcn OM. •H«Ml'Mi.'.iC«f. IM.WMI4 IV 1 . •••* Quick Kick (Continued from Page 25) ball on the 35 where he fumbled, but recovered on the Sentinel 32. Lewis ran the first play from scrimmage and picked up seven yards. Hammersmith got seven more and a first on the Red Raiders' 44. Lewis circled end for eight, but an offside penalty nullified the play and the Sentinels were pushed back to the 39. Crawford was racked for a two-yard loss by Sterner and Charuhas. McGregor then tried the first pass of the game, but his toss to Kesler over the center of the line was no good. On third down, Lewis then scampered back and got off his tower- on a bone-crushing block by "Mighty - Mite" Charuhas. But safety-man George Stimmel refused to be taken out, brushing aside a would-be block to bring Fletcher down on the. 18. The penetration was Alco's deepest'of the day. Taking over, Fort Hill's Kesler picked up 12 to the 30 and Crawford lost one when being tackled three on a draw play and Kesler scooted for two more to the 33 as the half ended. Many Camper fans had. visions of their charges corning back in the second half. But these thoughts were to ^prove naught. Neither Red Raiders were faced withi "ourth down and only two to go or a first. McGregor elected Crawford to ry for the yardage, but Big 'Jim was stopped a yard short. on a ackle by Harold Marker to halt he drive. The Campers took over and had he ball for 13 tries, going into he final quarter, but finally had o kick after getting up to their own 39. With only- half of the final quar- er remaining, Camper chances clealy .diminished ,and the Sentinels unable to get their offensive •oiling, Lewis sent a towering kick ing quick kick which caught the once. club seriously threatened the '.veil- to the 12 where Cecil scooped it defended goal line of the other, although Fort Hill got to the 12 The Campers napping although Fletcher finally got hold of the leather on the 11 and then was nailed after try ing'to cut back and get by the onrushing Sentinels. Perdew was then trapped in the end zone by Brant for the safety. After the Sentinels marched the 50" yards for the game's only TD it became a slow-moving affair. The Campers picked up 25 yards | in six plays following Crawford's fkickbff, but an attempted pass by quarterback over Cecil's stopped the drive on its 35. Lease nad gone into punt formation, but faked the boot The 'first quarter ended with the Sentinels in possession on the Alco 49. With the Campers holding for three downs, Allegany hopes took a new turn when 'sophomore half- sack Thurl Roy, who had to take over the kicking .duties with Lewis injured, had his : attempted kick blocked by end Rod Breedlove. Dick Recovers Ball End Ronnie Dick pounced on the stray leather and, after downing the ball, attempted to run with it, but it was too late although;he had clear sailing between himself and which was only 38 u _. _ __ There was still, a chance though as the Campers took 100 N. CmtrrSt. PA 2-4100 Mike Lease sailed head and Fort Hill Camper 44, but Cecil jiot fumb'.e itis and Stimmel recovered for the Red, Raiders. Three attempts by the Sentinels got only seven yards to.the 38 and Lewis came back in for the first time since his injury to do the kicking. His punt went out of the bounds on the Alco five, again putting the Campers in hot water. the goal line yards away • Perdew'returned the kickoff by Crawford to the °5. into the line got a Five shots first to up and got back to the 14. junt traveled 48 yards. Desperately -the Campers tried to get a working combination, but three times into the line could net the On .the same play which netted the Sentinels their safety,-. Perdew got away this time on the pitchout with a key block by Breedlove shaking him loose to, the nine. Paye fumbled for a yard^ gain to the ten with his own recovery and Lease then kicked. However, tackle Dale Hillegas jumped the gun for the .Sentinels and the five-yard penalty gave Allegany a first on the 16: Still only 11 yards to the Allegany 25 >. Paye tried to /take to the air, but riis toss to Breedlove was broken up'by McKenney and Kesler. • .Finally, on fourth do\vn wit! four yards to go, Lease booted to Byron Valentine where the Sentinel back was dropped in his tracks at the 34. A Fort Hill player was detected clipping and the ball was placed on the Fort Hill 16. The Sentinels remained in pos- Can't Get Rolling ' the Campers couldn't get over. Fletcher tried a pair of stabs into the' line but got npthingrin fact the first time he, was smacked for a three-yard loss wltVf'Crawford breaking through the line ttr bring him : down. Lease then kicked on fourth down with Kesler getting the ball on the ten and making only a yard return to the 11. Dick was • hurt on ihe play and taken out. He didn't return the rest of the aftehioon. In tsvo plays Fort Hill got eight! yards with Crawford and Ham-' mersmith both grinding out four- yard efforts. Roy then was again inserted by Hahn to kick and this time he had more luck, his boot going for 26 yards as Fletcher took it out of. bounds on the 45. A pass by Lease connected with no one and on the second play, Lease in attempting a pitchout to Cecil was rushed and smeared by Crawford. In going down, Lease tossed the ball on the option, but George McKenney of the Sentinels was probably as surprised as anyone when the ball fell into his waiting arms to give the Sentinels possession. McGregor fumbled on the first play, but recovered his miscue for a two-yard loss. Kesler got the two yards back and' Roy again was called on to punt. This time his effort was good for only five yards, going high into the air, but_angling out of bounds with the Campers taking over on the Sentinel 47. Here Allegany put on its best offensive display of the warm, sunny autumn afternoon. Seven plays -t the White-shirted West Siders :o-the 18, but here their chances ;aded as Don Paye fumbled with Fort Hill recovering. Fletcher and Perdew highlighted the drive with Fletcher getting 11 yards, just prior to the bobble and almost breaking away at the : 20 rolling and Lease then punted with the ball rolling dead on the 37 Hillegas almost Blocked the kick Lease just getting his boot away Fort Hill's Crawford broke loose for 16 yards and a first on the Allegany 23. Kesler, on the fake belly play, got six to the 17. Hammersmith lost.one ~>n a cross buck and almost 'lost the leather for his club, fumbling, but making a covery. Hammersmith again into the line for three and rc- hi the CHILDREN'S SKIRTS • Woo! • Tgffeta • Cord Sizes 3 to 12 CARDELLS 150 BALTIMORE ST. ${7/ Home Sfy/e . Cooking as you like it! • HOME MADE BROOK'S"! 1 77 N. Centre St. PHONE PA 4-9868 FREE DELIVERY FINE FOOD BEER LIQUORS CAS TAYLOR'S "Down In The Valley" At Cor. Valley & N. 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' Coaches Agree (Continued from Page 25) . saw it was coming but our two safety men." Lester had no criticism of end Ronnie Dick who recovered the Fort Hill punt that was blocked by Rod Breedlove. Ronnie had a clear field ahead of him and undoubtedly could have gone for a touchdown, but he fell on the ball instead of scooping it up. "It's easy for someone in the stands, to say what Ronnie should have done," Lester declared. "The boy didn't know if anyone else was in back of him and his first thought was to get the ball. 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