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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MO* Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1955 SEVENTEEN Area High School Floor Season Gels Underway Tonight Catamounts Also Slated For Opening •Tiff Tonight By JIM DAY Times Scholastic Sports Editor With only-eight days having pas ed,since "the wind up to the hi school "football season, basketba makes its appearance on the di trict fronts this evening with eigh schoolboy clubs from the are springing into action. In addition the Potomac State cagers fron Keyser will also present thei latesl edition on the home boards .-None of last season's powe house fives will get Mo • action un til next week when the campaig gets" away -winging. -Ridgeley, Potomac Valley Con ference'and Minerai County Leagu title-holder, starts things off nex Tuesday against ' West Virgini School for the Deaf of Romney i Ridgeley. Beall, kingpin in th Western Maryland Interscholasli League for the fir?t time since 192' also launches its defending-cham pion quint next week. All three city clubs have openin opponents listed for a week fron tonight. Allegany makes its initia start under new coach, Gen "Red" Shaw, by being host t Southern of Oakland while For Hill's "Bobby" Cavanaugh starts his 28th year as skipper of th South End-schools with Frederick' Cadets furnishing the opposition 01 the latler's court. . George Geatz, former all-arouni LaSalle star, begins his seconi year as Explorer boss by sendm^ his quint against Valley High o Detmold on the SS. Peter and Pau court a week from today. Two PVC Frays On Tap In tonight's skirmishes, two PVC contests are billed with Piedmon invading Elk Garden while Rom n.ey is at Wardensville. In non league tilts, Paw Paw will be a • Fort Ashby while Mathias travels to Dayton, Va., to meet Dayton High and Hyndman is host to Rockwood, Pa. Potomac State will be host to Westinghouse Apprentice of Pitts burgh tonight- and then meets Davis and Elkins College tomor row night, also in Keyser. ' West Virginia Deaf will meet its 'Alumni tomorrow night to start of: things for its 1956-56 grind. Piedmont, with coach William "Huck" Miers in the driver's seat was able to win but nine limes in « games for the season last year le Lions in the two previous campaigns had been champs in both the PVC and Mineral circuits Elk Garden was also one of the "have-nots" in 1955 with only five triumphs for 22 attempts. The Stags were beaten by the Lions in both games last year,_5734 and 77-42. Piedmont wound seventh in the PVC race behind -front-running Ridgeley while fin- 'ishing third in the Mineral circuit. Elk Garden; coached by Paul Kal- 'baugh, was tied for last (14th) in the PVC and also last in the Mineral loop. Clyde "Hard Times" Green is also ready for his second year as mastermind of the Romney cagers. In Green's first year the Pioneers posted nine- wins and 13 losses ' while ending up ninth in the PVC. Wardensville took seven games in 22 last season and tied Elk Garden for the cellar in the Potomac Valley Conference race. Romney won Ihe only meeting last year, JJ4-37. Paw Paw Meets Eagles ;.Paw Paw's Pirates hope to.have fhings a lot better than last year when they could win but four of 21 contesls. Fort Ashby finished four games above the. .500 mark with a 14-10 record with two of the triumphs being at.the expense of the Pirates, 56-38 and 72-35. •'•• Mathias will be meeting Dayton, ya., for the first time. The return clash in Mathias is set for December 21. The Bears were eighth in the PVC last season with a 5-7, record while showing an overall Slate of 10-13. ;.Hyndman's Hornets, one of the 1 busiest quints in the area, start; a 23-game slate this evening by playing host to Rockwood. The 'ONCE IN A LIFETIME'—Dr. L. R. McKenzie, local chiropractor, bowled Cumberland's' first perfect duckpin game of the season last night on the Capital alleys;- Here, Dr. McKenzie demonstrates the form that carried him to 12 straight strikes in a C & P Telephone League match. Local Chiropractor Bowls Perfect Score At Capital A 140-average bowler has recorded the first perfect duckpin game of the season for Cumberland, Dr. L. R. VIcKenzie turning the trick last night on the Capital alleys vhile performing in the C & P Telephone League. The Virginia Avenue chiroprac or, who has been bowling for 17 ears without ever coming close o a 300 game, rolled his way into ic "hall of fame" while pacing he Plugs to a 2-1 win over the Jells. Dr." McKenzie spilled only 11< ins in his first game, stepped up tempo to an above-average 173 n-the second, then closed out in a laze of glory" with a dozen per ect hits in the finale" The "once- i-a-lifetime" achievement came ith the cheers of 50 Telephone owlers ringing in his ears. As early' as the seventh strike, How bowlers began to "concede m a chance" of turning the trick nd each hit after that on the Nos, and 4 Capital alleys found the leers becoming louder.' When all ten sticks 'dropped on s 12th try, bedlam broke loose in e Virginia Avenue pin house, ack slaps and hand shakes over- helmed the owner of the perfect :ore. Only one. time did it appear that r. McKenzie would not succeed, lat was on the jiext-to-the-last y when No. 8 pin wobbled a bit efore finally falling. The closest Dr. McKenzie came efore this of attaining perfection as a 240 game prior to entering ilitary service in World War II. was also the first perfect score isted on the Capital lanes since ayo Christner took over the es- blishment more than ten yearj aiicers Retain Jnbeateii Record Shoppers Pick Up In Loop Shutout Mclntyre's lead in the Cities Service Bowling League was cut to a single game as the pacesetters were beaten, 2-1, by C&A Gas while runnerup Sports Shoppe blanked Super Concrete, .3-0. In the other match last-place VFW upset Queen City Dairy. 3-0. Top "team pins spillers were "Bub" Porter, 219-575, C&A; Lou Bell, 192-531. Mclnlyres: Paul Moore, 175-474, VFW; Sam Brady, 180-473. Sports Shoppe; George Eversole, 148-431, Queen City; Dan Langer, 152-402, Super Concrete. Standings: Mclntyres W. L. W. L. 28 8 Sup Concrete 16 20 Sp'ts Shoppe 27 9 '-Queen City 12 21 •-C&A Gas.. 18 15 VFW 4 32 1 —Three games to make up Gassers Pick Up hi Loop Sliutout Pyrofax Gassers clipped a game If the lead of Times-News in the Commercial Bowling League by blanking Eiler's Chevrolet. The Newsies were being held to a 2-1 victory by Warnick's Market while Rosenbaum's shut out Potomac Detroit Bags C7 First Victory Over Irish Five LITTLE SPORT By Rouson By ED WILKS The Associated Press San Francisco, No. l t e a m of 1954-55 and the N'CAA champion with 26 straight victories in the book, shoves off tonight on a fresh- college basketball season already cluttered with wreckage left by a rasb of upsets. Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Louisiana State, Arkansas^ Fordham and Idaho State were chopped down right off-the bat as the first big: weekend of the season got under f ore the minor league convention way last night. A loss at this stage came to an O ffj c j a i c i osc today, a Chicago Next C7 Baseball Stop For 'Bigwigs' ~ ~ COLUMBUS, Ohio MV-Even be- of the long, long season isn't fatal, 01 course, but irritating. Favored To Repeat But should San Francisco and All America Bill Russell, the Dons' 6-10 center, be knocked off by little Ihico State, it would be a fantastic upset. The Dons are favored to repeat as national champs and lave almost the same team that •ipped through a 29-game'schedule vith only one defeat (by UCLA) ast season. Detroit rocked the Irish 77-71, beating Notre Dame last nighl for he first time in a 25-game series dating back to 1911. Bill Ebben, ; -4 junior, scored 32 points for th 'itans. who figured to bring u he rear in their own Missour alley Conference race. Butler defeated Wisconsin of the Big Ten for the first time in 1 'ears 67-63, but had to rally tc egain the lead in the last two minutes. Fordham Beaten Southeast Oklahoma dumped Ar ansas 65-64. Jim Spivey scorec 2 for the winners. St. Joseph's Pa.) defeated highly regardec 'ordham 89-71 with 6-6 Bill Lyncl coring 25. Utah State disposed o daho State, favored for a fourtl traight Rocky Mountain title, 68 4 despite Les Roh's 27 points as n Idaho State rally ran short o me. Louisiana College, lopped by lax Smith's 22 points, got almos alf its points at the free throw ne—hitting 40 of SO—to beat LSU 4-79. Only three teams among lasl eason's top 10—LaSalle, No. 3; orth Carolina State, No. 4; anc 'ayton, No. 9—were active last ight and each won handily. LaSalle, with All America Tom ola graduated, defeated Millers- ille 88-70 as Jim Pollard made his caching debut. Charley Singley as high with 18. North Carolina State,, banned rom NCAA title play by probation ast year, looked every bit a favor- e to- repeat as Atlantic Coasl onference champ. The Wolfpack lade Florida State their 13th con- ecutive victim 88-63. Ron Shavlik cored just 10 points, alternating t center with 6-11 Bob Seitz, who lared the honors with teammate ick Pond as each hit Ifi. Dayton followed seven-foot Bill hi, who scored 16, to pepper Pep- erdine 75-35. Lancers continued unbeaten in Pennsy cagers were 39-34, last year and by w jjj, the second week of matches in the Team scoring leaders were Mel Dean 199 and Cecil Grimes 507, D yrofax; Oscar Leasure 178 and 'Red" Clites 448, Chevrolet; Tom lardy. 157-390. Potomac Edison; Tom Hubbs. 186-463. Rosenbaums; :urt Felten 243 and Eddie McKay i52, Times-News; Bob Ziler, 217529, Warnicks. Standings: w. i- w. i.. Times-N'cws 33 3 Rosenbaum's 14 22 Pyrofax 23 Warnick's . 10 26 Chevrolet ..20 16 Potomac Ed. 8 23 45-39 in Rockwood. For the season Hyndman posted one of the top re- .cods in the district by winning 19 games and losing eight. •'Potomac State went over the 100 mark three times last year but wound up with a nine-won and 17- Maryland victories over Cosairs and Devils Deadlock Zombies were upsot by Hi-Balls, t P°' nts W1LI1 VIULUlltO UVtl ^VO«H-i utivi _ _ , Raiders last night at the Marinejror Bowman s Dux Lead Corps Range. Lancers whipped Corsairs in thei . ,, . , ,. - )h R j _ - •lost record. One of the wins, how- fages. J-co Leasure -and Jake wh .fever,' was over tonight's opening Myengood ed the w.nners with 264| .- ' , nmnlc- ilTVlIlrt Vrt,->>-nn Wllllw U^SI' J " '^'opponent, Westinghouse, by 1/-93. •In meeling Davis and Elkins. coached by Dick DeHart, former .Allegany High star, the Catamounts will be taking on Ihe Sen- alors for the first time in several years. ^ West Virginia Deaf hopes to take second slraighl from the Aluma 67-45 victim last season. The 1954-55 edition of the Lions com piled a record of 7-16 with a 2-8J mark in Ihe PVC. f Norman White was for Corsairs wUh 2,1. Raiders were beaten by 1018 to crs vm Car] Redin « er ° 4 99 and Ann Colcman RcfJ Devils . .. Ma( ,.. McCul . . 1007. with Harry Rank-*- heading ]h 36g and Margarette Fretwell the scoring on a 270 while Lester^ Martinis: Bil ] E mcrick 429 Cameron posted 273 for the Raid-j and Rmma stum)) 337> H i-Bal's; crs. Next week's matches will have! ch;ai . les S(llmp 45] and June Mc . f nr-cni re •nrr'a i nd T .anr^ArC fltln!— n . ___ n i • .• oj _ .. .7.'.. __ Corsairs against Lancers andj Raiders. The scores: LAVCERS CulloiiRh 285. Zombies. Standings: w i. w L Zombies ... 13 M Martinis IS 18 ' Curious Cal Lives Despite Second Try J BECKLEY. .W. Va. - i/n - C. Harold Hanks, Andy Lilly and Herbert Wills said they felt like the hunted instead of the hunters on a recent trip to the woods near Meadow Creek. t;" While they were sleeping, a ••wildcat tried to enter their tent. .;Tfanks knocked the animal outside. * They built a fire to scare it j»way, but the wildcat made a scc- .-ond-run on the tent before slinking ''off into the darkness. 83 H. Hanker 51 .1. McCuskcr 6D Slow Timril Ranlii Total| Red Devils 1914 Hi-Balls 13 20 8!) 03 90 80 92 251;. Total . . ,1. Stcclc II. Ttihhs fiS ?:> .H 53 CORSAIRS ,V. Whitfi 89 93 ,1. Kellcy 83 93 .1. Cook S3 70 Blind 53 79 75 4-1 89 85 88 85 ^iRedcoals, Voders Win J^ifn Centennial Action .1014 21fi M7 Redcoats blanked Canal Locks, Total LANCERS 85 91 89 91 H. Ranker F. Llvencood U Lcasuro 82 91 J. Stcclc 67 83 9-1 84 87 72 Total ... H. Tubbs \*, Cameron H. Humphreys .... 7fi J. Pcvcar 77 Blind .. Tolal . . 61 37 RAIDERS 85 9fi 85 86 76 40 92 an 80 217 . 960 270 2B4 . 262 222 101S 138 13-0, and Yodcrs nipped Canal JiBoals. 2-1, in Centennial Bowling Loacuc matches. Team scoring leaders were B. Johnson 113 and Brophine Walker 295, Locks: J. Collins, 116-326, Redcoats; Mildred Frankfort. 129-358, Yodcrs: Marie Frankforl, 133-313, Cnnal Boals.. .mo? TOP COAST TRAMS LOS ANGELES-'NEAi-Stan- and Washington were Ihe top teams in offense and defense, respectively, during the Pacific Coast Conference football race. 'allege Basketball By The Associated Press EAST St. Josephs Pa 89, Fordham 71 LaSalle 88, Millersville 70 Seton Hall 93, Toronto 60 • Muhlcnberg 88, Kutztown 53 Lebanon Valley 77, Dickinson (Pa.) 67 Canislus 91, Cannon (Pa.) 55 Knoxvillc 93.. Blucflcld (W Va) 76 West Virginia State 95. Wilberforcc h!o) 7fi BloomsburR 81; Cheney (Pa) 45 Mnntclair 86, D. C. Teachers 75 NYU 91. NY State Maritime 51 Temple 87. Albright 56 T-cmoyne (NY) 78, Siena 71 Connecticut 91. American Intl 7fi Suffolk 71, MIT 57 Buffalo U 65. Broekport 57 Westminster (Pa) 79, Bethany (W Va) Carnegie Tech 74, Younsstown 65 Hofstra 52, Fairfield (Conn) 39 Panzer 82, Kings (Del) 55 57 majority of the major league executives and field managers had departed for Chicago, where the club owners will hold their annual three-day meeting starting next Monday. Except for the naming of former big league stars Phil Cavarretta and Eddie Joost as managers of Buffalo and San Francisco, respectively, the action was mostly limited lo parliamentary business. The minors voted on a number of amendments, passing some but rejecting those which carried more significance. Among those rejected were th proposals to repeal the bonus rule the unrestricted draft of first-yea players, the college rule whic would have forbidden the signing of collegians after their freshmen year, the 26-player major. leagu player limit on opening day and £ cent increase in draf Cassady And Beagle Repeat, IWisiiier Gives Pellegrini On AP All America NEW YORK (/P)— Ohio State's Howard Hopalong Cassady heads one' of the most versatile backfields ever selected on the Associated Press 1955 All America football team announced today. 50 per prices. The minors made their annua move to bar commercial broad casts of ball games on stations outside a club's "home" territory defined as territory within a radius of 75 miles of the ball park. They also extended President George Trautman's term for another five years after it expires" in Decem ber 1956, and appointed an eight man committee to negotiate with the majors for renewal of the major-minor agreement which ex oires Jan. 12, 1957. SOUTH Louisiana College 84, Louisiana State 79 Tennessee 86, Georgia 67 Richmond 81, Hampden-Sydney 39 Virginia Tech 105. Cuilford 53 . , N. C. State 88, Florida State 63 Catholic U 68, Gallaudct 56 .,, North Carolina Sl.^McCrary Kazles 72jf m)[n South Carolina 80. The Citadel 50 Centenary 74, Southern State (Ark) 61 Vanderbilt 84. Sewanec 45 Alabama 95, Jacksonville fAIa) 55 Washington-Lee 103, Bridfiewater 67 Howard (DC) 86. Virginia State 81) Georgetown (DC) 60, American U 58 East Tcnn 65. Spring Hill 52 Morehead (Ky> 138. Centre 70 Kastern Kentucky 116. Union (Ky) 88 Mississippi 113. Howard (Ala) 62 MIDWEST Detroit //, Notre Dame 71 Dayton 75, Peppcrdine 35 Tuisa 48, Texas Ai-M 43 Butler 67. Wisconsin 63 Marietta 80. W. Va. Wesleyan 71 Ohio Wesleyan 83, Kcnyon 68 SOUTHWEST Texas Christian 91, Austin 79 Southern Methodist 82. North Texas 67 Texas 85, West Texas 73 Rice 83, St. Marys (Tex) 53 FAR WEST Denver 61, Colorado, Mines 55 College of Pacific 63, Sacramento State Ironers In Shutout Over PE Freezers Only one shutout was registered n the Potomac Edison Company's Mixed Bowling League with Iron ers blanking Freezers, 3-0. In the other matches, all decided by 2-1 :allies, Cleaners won over Dryers, .Vashers took a decision over Waler Heaters and Ranges whip ped Frigidaires. Leading team pin spillers were Mary Arnone 121-337 and Charles ,ong 187-424, Ironers; Mary Hartey 127-327, Raymond Maun 152 and "Windy" Wallis 380,' Water Healers; Emma Buday 173-409 and 'Hap" Deler 117-332, Freezers; ,yla Holliday 114-323, Betty Deter .14 and Rayden Phillips 197-467, Washers. Mary Fryc 83-216, Phil Handley 88 and Ed Meaders 405, Cleaners; Grace Wallis 125-301, Millard iardy 141 and Kenny Koser 395, Ganges; Lois Handley 124, Sadie Koser 277 and John Burkett 136558, Dryers; Helen Clites 86-244 and Paul Long 166-430, Frigidaires. Vets Stretch Lead [n Frostburg Loop DAV stretched its lead in the Frostburg Commercial T e n p i n eague to three games by winning 2-1 decision over runnerup Lions. 'he Lions look the final game of he set after a tie made it neces- ary for two extra frames. Rccrea- ion took the measure of Eagles, -1, in their match. Berl Plummer i oiled a 222 game nd Ernie Scarpelli a. 588 set for he Vets while Pinkncy Holmes' 26 game and 548 sets by Jim I Charlie Schultz paced Lions. George Koonlz fired a 205557 -for Recrealion while Harry Winners' 223-539 and John Kreitzburg's 539 lopped Eagles. Standings: TV* i, w i DAV 2511 riecrcation .. IB 20 Lions 2214 Eagles S 27 53 TOPS IVY LEAGUE New Haven. Conn. — (NEA)— Al Ward of Yale topped Ivy! League scorers with 66 points. JOE THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING $ COATS PANTS and $ J m t"J BREECHES *!•• I Cassady, a holdover choice along with Navy end Ron Beagle, is joined by Earl Morrall of Michigai State, Jim Swink of Texas Chris tian and,, Tommy McDonald o Oklahoma in the backficld. The remainder of the team lists Howard Schhellenbcrger of Ken tucky at end with Beagle, Frank D'Agostino of Auburn and Pau Wiggin of Stanford at tackles, Jjn Brown of UCLA and. Pasquale (Pat) Bisceglia of Notre Dame a guards and Maryland's Bob grini at center. The team, selected on the recom inendations of AP regional boards on the basis of the full season avoids preseason ballyhoo and high pressure publicity campaigns. The second team is composed o: John Paluck, Pittsburgh, and Tom Maentz, Michigan, ends; Calvin Jones, Iowa and Bruce Bosley West Virginia, tackles; Bo Bolinger, Oklahoma, and Scott Suber, Mississippi State, guards; Hugh Pitts. Texas Christian, center; anc Bob Davenport, UCLA, Jon Arnett, Southern Cal, Gary Click, Colorado A&M, and Don Schaefer Notre Dame, backs. The third team includes Henry Gremminger, Baylor, and Joe Tuminello, Louisiana State, ends; Norman Masters, Michigan State and John Witte, Oregon State tackles: Jim Parker, Ohio Slate and William Meigs, Harvard, guards; Steven Delatorre, Florida, center; and George Welsh, Navy, Jim Brown, Syracuse, Charley Horton, Vanderbilt, and Ed Vereb, Maryland, backs. The honorable mention list includes: • Ends—Russell Denis, Maryland; Walt Brodie, William & Mary; Paul Thompson, George Washing,on. Tackles—John Hopkins, Navy; Mike Sandusky, Maryland; Bob <usk, William & Mary; Sam Huff, West Virginia. Guards—.lack Davis, Maryland; John Polzer, Virginia; Gene Lalh- ey, West Virginia; Jim Locke, Vir- Warriors Rap West Leaders, Gaining Game By The Associated Press The star - studded Philadelphia Warriors, featuring a prolific scoring attack that revolves arounc their spindly pivotman, Neil Johnston, finally are giving their National Basketball Assn. fans something to cheer about. Although the 6-8 Johnston cap tured the league scoring crown for the past three seasons, the Warriors disappointed as they occu pied the Eastern Division cellar most of the time. They finished in the basement last season as well as 1952-53 and were next-to- last in 1953-54. Philadelphia, rolling along in first place in the East with nine victories in 12 starts, overwhelmed St. Louis' Western Division leaders 115-98 last night. The Warriors gained a game on runnerup New York as the Knicks bowed to Minneapolis 97-90 in the other half of the Philadelphia doubleheader. Johnston again provided the scoring impetus with a 31-poinl output as Philadelphia outclassed the Hawks. The Warriors bolted to a 34-17 first period advantage and at one point in the third stanza led by as much as 28 points. Jack George, a steady back- courtman who has come into his own as a scorer this season, chipped in with 22 points. Bob Pettit tallied 22 for St. Louis. The Lakers overcame a five•joint halftime deficit to turn back .he slumping New Yorkers. Clyde jovellctte lopped Minneapolis with 21 points. Ray Felix got 22 for he Knicks. ;inia Tech. Centers—Jack Prater, Virginia Tech; Dick Gaspari, George Wash- ngton. Backs—Dick Guest and Ed Old- lam, Navy; Frank Tamburello, Maryland; Jim Bakhliar, Virginia; i"rcd Wyant, Bobby Moss and Joe Marconi, West Virginia; Mike Som- rner. George Washington; Frank 'ajaczkowski, Richmond. BAREFOOT BOY Dayton, 0. — (NEA) — Dick Miyata, 235-pound lineman who closed out his career at Dayton, larted playing football in Hono- ulu's barefoot leagues. Call To Rams, Giants Sunday By HARRY WISMER (International News Service) The Cleveland Browns can nail clown their sixth straight division title this weekend but it may not be so easy for Los Angeles in the Western race of the National Football League. All the Browns have to do is beat Pittsburgh, which is buried under a five-ga le losing slreak, while New York disposes of Washington. But the Rams, hotly pursued by the Chicago Bears, run into a Baltimore team which is pressing them both and figures its own chances still are pretty good. The Rams were held to a tie in their lasl meeting a few weeks ago. .But they're back in the Coliseum this time and I think, difficult as it may be, they'll outscore the rugged Colts, 24 to 17. .Here are my other picks: Chicago Bears 28, Detroit 21... Lions need running backs. Cleveland 28, Pittsburgh 14. . . Browns cop Eastern flag. New York 27, Washington 24. . . Giants moving up in class. Chicago Cardinals 35. Philadelphia 21. . . Cards are hot. Green Bay 30, San Francisco 27. . . Difference in Rote & Ferguson. i "do it yourself CHRISTMAS ems v Cutting Soanl Toy TroiWr Giant iutldtt* T*f Choir to? \Iori Plays II Safe MIAMI, Fla.—M 1 )—Owners have been known to forget to file en- Ties for rich stakes races but .hat's not going to happen to Eugene Mori, new Hialeah president. His filly Cosmah was the first nomination for the $25,000 Black •Iclcn race. We'reExperls ... IN WHEEL, FRAME AND FRONT END JOBS ZIMMERLA AUTO SHOP La Vale PA 4-1280 you can make t hem with FIR PCTWOOO Dial PArkviaw 2-5260 Plenty of FREE Parking Spaco Western Maryland Lumber & Supply Co. McMullen Hgwy. Cumberland, Md. 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