Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1955 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Cumberland, Maryland
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 7, 1955
Page:
Page 16
Start Free Trial
Cancel

SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., WEDNESDAY' DECEMBER 7, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a W,ANT AD Taker. National Holds Hope Of Minors For TV Revenue John Raupach Johnny Raupach, who officiated Flintstone High's opening basketball game last night against a\ Faculty team, came back to Cumberland on leave .fro m the Air Force wearing the cross insignia of the Chap Iain's Corps. Johnny recently completed a . course in Chaplain's School at Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming and next month leaves for the Philippines where !• will serve as an aide to a Protes ant chaplain. A protege of Clifton Van Robj the area's No. 1 cage official, Rai pach learned his trade as a ; 'roum ball" whistle tooter in the Centra YMCA Sunday School League. Thc handsome 20 - year - old airman, who came out of the Wyoming service school with a third - class rating, started handling games in the junior circuit while a student at Fort Hill High. Roby was so impressed by Johnny's keen interest and his unusual knowledge of the rules and officiating mechanics that last year he • put him in charge of the league games' that were staged at Allegany High. The affable, well-mannered Rau pach passed, his test in the distric officials' association and worke almost a dozen area schoolboy con tests last season, including one i the Western Maryland Intersch lastic League. He. and "Moose Arnone of Frostburg made, thei debut last year as two of th youngest officials ever to toot whistle in WMI play. The "Little Professor" foun time while attending chaplain' school to study for an examinalio for officiating in Wyoming. H passed it with flying colors to be come a card-carrying member o the Wyoming School Aclivitie Association. .Johnny was assigned six schoolboy games in Cheyenne, but had to turn them down as he was scheduled to come home on leave. Wyoming, according to the be spectacled blond whistle blower, is a hotbed for basketball and the high school gyms 'in Cheyenne, he sa3's, are "out of this world." This could also apply to the •weather in that part of the country. "It's mighty cold there and on August 22 we had four inches of snow," Raupach declares. Johnny, who was graduated from Fort Hill in 1954, enlisted in thc Air Force last April after making his debut in thc Bi-Stalc Baseball Conference as an umpire. He worked his only game behind thc plate. Airman 3-c Raupach will he home until January 4 and hopes to officiate in several more games before shoving off. He also plans to do some refereeing in the Philippines. Sports Keg Residue Hugh (Duffy) Daughcrly, head football coach of the Rose Bowl- bound Michigan State Spartans, was principal speaker at thc recent Conemaugh Township athletic dinner . . . Daugherty is a native of Barncsboro, near Johnstown, and two of his Spartan gridders accompanied him to the dinner . . . They were center Joe Badaczcwski and tackle George Pcpoy. both former Conemaugh standouts. . . . Charley Buemi. who scored 81 points this past season for the West Virginia Deaf School football team of Romncy. suffered a back injury in the Lions' game at Hartford. Conn., two weeks ago. and wasn't supposed to be able to play basketball for another week or so.. BasebalPs Senior Loop On Paper As Favor ing Aid By JACK HAND CHICAGO Lfi — The National League held out a glimmer of hope to the minors in the form of ^vciK.e ironi a proposed television "Game of the Week" broadcast today but the majors turned thumbs down on such player requests as a $7,200 minimum pay, unlimited winter ball and an inside role on negotiating a new World Series TV contract. The National went out of its way to label as. "very important" iL decision to ask Walter O'Malley Brooklyn president, to continue hi efforts to work out plans to use in come from a proposed "Game o the Week" TV broadcast of major league games on Saturday after noons to aid the minors. Minors Ask Help The minors, through the presi dents of their Class B, C and leagues, have asked the majors to help work out a plan for "inimedi ate relief of the damaging effects of TV broadcasts into minor league territory." Although this requesi was not acted upon by the Amcri can League and was rejected by :he National because of its "in temperate" language, the Nationa voted to lend a hand. Commissioner Ford Frick re vealed Monday that he had been rebuffed by the Justice Depart ment in Washington in an attemp to set up a test case on the righ of baseball Xo regulate radio and TV broadcasts of its games. The minors blame radio and TV for a arge share of their attendance de cline in recent years. Other Proposals Rejected A "Game of the Week" TV show las been in operation in recenl years. Only three clubs partici >ated in the original plan but nany others joined last season It was learned that the entire 1G major league clubs were consider- ng participation in 1956. The majors also turned down the minors' proposal to change the law on returning servicemen, making hem count on the player limil after 30 days instead of one year On the player demands, the majors refused to go along with he increase from $(i,000 to $7,200 n minimum pay. They also re cctcd a proposal to let the players icgoliatc on their own with winter eague teams and refused to keep players informed on the new Vorld Scries TV contract. The old cries pact expires after the 1956 ames. iiclians Scalp Enemy' Tribe The Oldtown High Indians, first earn ever to represent that school n basketball, made their debut nst night at ML Savage where nother Indian 'team handed thorn 66-26 scalping. The visiting Tribe was limited four field goals, all in the first alf. The battle-hardened 'Savage ndians dumped in 24 field goals nd converted 18 of 38 free throws i the easy win. Bill Clatison tallied 16 points for It. Savage, getting eight field oals, while John Mallery was Idtown's best with 11 tallies. THE VV1NNAH! — Voted the outstanding player of an All- America team, Bob Pellegrini proudly holds the Walter Camp Memorial Trophy. Maryland's center closes out his college career against Oklahoma in the Miami Orange Bowl, January 2. Varied Attack Big Story Of Warrior Wins By The Associated Press If it isn't Neil Johnston doing .lie big point making for Philadelphia it's Paul Arizin...or Tom Cola...or Jack Gorge...or Joe raboski. That's been the pattern of the Warriors' performance so far this season and it shows no signs of changing as the lads from Philly continue to dominate the National Basketball Assn. Last night, it was Johnston with 32 points and Arizin with 26 who ed the Warriors to an easy 116-103 victory over the Minneapolis Lak ers. Busting out with a 38 point hird quarter, the Eastern division cadcrs (11-4) .coasted home with Johnston getting 12 points and Gola three quick baskets in the orrid session. In other games, the. Boston Ccl- ics moved into the runnerup spot ichind Philadelphia by defeating lie St. Louis Hawks 122 : 99, the o.rt \Vayne Pistons clowned the yractisc Nats 90-88 and the New 'ork Knickerbockers trimmed the Rochester Royals 116-105. Boston, in reaching a 7-5 mark, utscored Ihe Hawks, 30-J5 in the liird quarter during which Ed JacAuley and Bill-Shannan com- lined for a 13 poinl output. Each vound up with 25 points. Down five points with only three iiinutes to go, the Pistons dug in nd scored eight straight points rith Chuck Noble and Bob Hou- regs showing the way. Ray Felix paced a third quarter rive for the Knicks as they moved ito an 86-78 lead after, leading by our at the half. SOUTHERN EASILY i iValley Opens With Victory At Piedmont Valley High's rebuilt basketball forces inaugurated Iheir season in impressive fashion by inflicting a G8-57 setback on the Piedmont Lions last night in the West Virginia town. The Lions had previously opened their campaign with a win over Elk Garden. Cokie Robertson and Ronnie Young combined to pace the Knights' attack with 44 points be. tween them, the former connecting for 10 goals and 21 markers and Young seven goals and nine of 12 fouls and 23 points. The Lonaconing Knights jumped off to a 13-7 first-quarter lead and were never headed as they hit the nets for 28 goals and 12 of 18 free throws. Qlay Smith with 10, Dick Niland with 12 and Edward Orndorff with 17 topped the scoring attack for Piedmont. In the preliminary game the •Valley High Jayvees nipped Piedmont Junior Varsity, 35-32. - I . • • \-rmr ' ' '•''** Illlinois Shows jTFest Virginians Impressive Scoring Punch In League Win Over Furman Valley Rohcrtson f Young f Winter c ... Johnson g , O 10 7 n 7 Lauder g 3 Dye c 1 Cook g 0 Craze f 0 Totals 28 I'iedimmt G C. Smith f .,,,,. .1 K. Niland f , 5 Orndorff c ...7 Ross g 2 H. Smith g 5 .Metcalf ! n Stcidings J 0 P. Smith g 1 J. Niland g 0 Ferguson g 0 Totals ....' 24 F 1- 2 9-12 0- 0 1- 2 1- 2 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 12-18 F 2- 5 2- 3 3-10 2- 5 0- 1 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 8-24 1 0 5 1 2 5 2 1 17 J>F -03 4 1 1 1 0 • 1 0 0 11 Non-scoring subs — Ferguson. Score by periods: VALLEY 13 31 51 68 PIEDMONT 7 23 10 57 Officials — Stanlslawczyk Si Fox. Bruce Defeated In Opener, 4641 Three straight baskets' by center Tom Rawlings pulled Elk Garden from behind and the Elks rode the top the rest of thc way to hand Bruce a 46-41 setback last night at Wcsternport. The setback spoiled Leonard Ritchie's debut as coach of the Bulldogs. The game was a nip-and-tuck affair with the Elks in front, 9-7, at thc quarter but Bruce leading 2120 at halflime. The Bulldogs pulled within two points with three minutes to play in the final period at 43-41 but fouled away their chances for victory. Rawlings and John Hershberger topped the victors with 10 and 12 points, respectively. Clyde Beard had 13 for Bruce. Bruce's Jayvees won the" pre- .iminary game, 44-3(5. Klh Garden O Dlxon f 4 Hershberger f 6 ftawlinss c 4 Murphy R 0 READY — UCLA expects smooth passing Ronnie Knox to be ready for Michigan State in the Rose Bowl. Knox missed the last game of the regular season because of a broken bone in his valuable ankle. Totals 20 Ilrucc Dnwson f .. iVilkinson f Dcvorc c .. Beard g .... Carter g .. F 1- 4 0- 0 2- 4 n- o 3- 6 6-14 F 1- 4 2- 2 1- 2 1- 5 0- ! 2- 3 7-17 rr 4 2 2 0 11 4C 3urkc K Totals 17 Score by periods: EI.K GARDEN 9 BRUCE IT 0 2 t 2 n o 5 20 3B 21 29 Officials — Pence and Wagner. The home team's junior varsity|J]"///\S OPENING TILT ook the opener, 48 to 13. dlown [irtwrlRht f Mallery c ...... avis R Mallery fi ...... villc I ethers c Kg R Totals t. Savage ;juson f shields f unon e flffcr g olt K 3 rannon f 1 irdcn K 1 'nckel R ilteheatl f ttner I Totals F 4- 6 0- ! 7-13 3- 5 0- 2 0- 0 4- 5 0- 0 18-32 n- 2 2- -I 6-M s 4 5 3 2 1 2 n 22 rr 4 3 0 26 as marched to a 57-18 victory in their Lions' leading basketball scorer ^'PEfERSBURC IP'/AS last two years, hooping 241 points in j 13 games during the 1954-55 cam- LIDLIFTER, 57-18 paign, led his team in a losing cause last night at.Ridgeley . . , .Jesse Linthicum reports in The Baltimore Sun that more coaching changes are forthcoming in the Atlantic Coast Conference . . . Tom Rogers quit last Saturday at Wake Forest, "and it is common knowledge that George Barclay is on the way out at North Carolina. Ned McDonald is expected to leave Virginia, while Rex Enright is almost certainly through at South Carolina.". . . . Unless Maryland stops Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl January 2 at Miami, the Sooners can be expected to break their national collegiate record (1948-1950) of 31 consecutive victories, says The Sporting News . . . With 29 straight now, the Red Wreckers next fall play North Carolina and Kansas State before tak- iiuf/man ing on lough Texas . .. "It wouldn't ' kc * be surprising," adds The Sporting News, "unless Jim Tatum'.s Terps top 'cm, to sec OU with 34 in a row when the Sooners go to South Bend to play Notre Dame on October 27. ... Psychology, always on the bench of a Notre Dame opponent, was an astute ally of Southern Cal in its lopsided win over the Irish . . . Disclosing that someone had sent him a box of powder puffs, a slinging if oblique reference to the Trojan ineptness, USC coach Jess Hill slyly wailed imli! just before the kickoff to present each of his starters with a fluffy puff . . . The men of Troy Immedi.'ttcly (ore out and surged to (Continued on Page 17) CnrI Schoonover made his debut as Southern High basketball coach one for Highlander fans to remember, his Garrctl County quintet scoring a smashing 74-47 victory over Terra Alta last nighl in Ihe West Virginia town. Kansas City Gives Up Last Minor League Club KANSAS CITY W — The Kansas City Athlelics now haven't a farm club to their name. The A's severed their last ownership tie with minor league base-, ball clubs yeslerday by relinquishing their franchise at Lancaster, Pa., of the Class B Piedmont Toby Colaw topped the High-} T! ° e movo Ieaves thc American landers with 20 points. Hollen was' high for the home quint with 12. Beall Opens Tonight With Meyersdale The Mountaineers of Beall High, champions of the Western Mary land Interscholastic League and AUegany County Class A. winners, hoist the curtain on the basketball season tonight by entertaining Meyersdale. The opening, tipoff in the Frostburg gym is scheduled for 8 o'clock. The game' is the first of five for the Mountaineers before they open their WMI schedule with Bruce at Westernport, January 6. Beall starts this season with an inexperienced squad built around Nick Beeman, 6-foot-6y4 .inch center; the only letterman'returning from last season's team. Frostburg Stale Teachers make their debut tonight under their new mentor, Waldon Skinner, by - playing Montgomery Junior College at Takoma Park. .- Skinner faces a rebuilding job as the only member of last year's starling five available for duty is Bob Kirk;, junior forward. The Bobcats won 15 and lost five last season.. Potomac Stale College'concludes a two-day road trip tonight, meeting the Alderson-Broaddus College Battlers'at Philippi. The Cata- mounls lost 95-81 al Fairmont last night. Their next home appearance is'Saturday night against the high- Ill Initial Win By The Associated Press This figures to be a hectic college basketball season (or Illinois coach Harry Combes, the great worrier. It looks like he has a winner. Nothing leaves Harry limper foes . West virginia downcd Fur . than one of those np-snortm title ' ; By. The Associated Press Defending champion West Virginia, George Washington and Washington & Lee have drawn first, blood in the battle for 'basketball honors in the "Southerji Conference. ' , All three scored impressive victories last night against conference races in -the Big Ten and that's apparently right where he's headed after the way his Illini made their debut last night with a whomping -107 - 75 victory over Butler. Illinois' big noise , drowned out the continued success of top- ranked San Francisco and third- rated North Carolina State as each tacked another game to winning streaks. The Dons, with All-: America Bill Russell packing in 20 points in the 22 minutes he played, mauled outclassed San Francisco State 72-47 for their 29th con-: secutive victory. The Dons now put. the string on the shelf until meeting Marquette Dec.. 16. v NO State Extends String N.C. State, meanwhile, bagged No. 15 in a row as Vic Molodel canned 26 in a 90-81 decision over Wake Forest. It was . the Wolf- pack's first Atlantic Coast Conference game of the season, but their third straight triumph of the new schedule. Illinois, ranked eighth in the Associated Press poll', was a ' preseason pick for the Big Ten title scrap along with defending champ. Iowa and Indiana. But' probably no' one figured the 'Ulihi 'to' break upon the scene with such a show of offensive Judson and punch. Capt. Ha'rv Smith Paul each scored 22 points as the-" Illini rang up their ' highest one-game total ever. WVU Scores No other teams among Ihe top 10 in the poll .were active last night. ' The 'Southern Conference got going en masse, with defending champ West Virginia spilling Furman 85-71. Washington & Lee's Five-Star Generals tagged Richmond 78-76 in a battle of contenders and George Washington, another "favorite," smacked William and Mary 81-75. Elsewhere, Kansas Stale of the Big Seven made its debut with an 89-70 decision. over Texas Tech as 3 : 9 Jack Parr scored • 22; and Southern Methodist 'scored a 65-42 victory over Texas Wesleyan. Lafayette scored six consecutive points in the last 'three minutes ,o hand Princeton's Ivy League champs a second defeat 85-83. LaSalle, upset .by Muhlenberg ast weekend, came back with a 9663 victory over Albright. powered West Virginia 'Tech quint. FLINTSTONE BEATEN Itfel Henry's Hagerstown quint opens its season tonight with York at Hagerstown. , m Try on ts Slated Tonight For Ref s A. tryoul will be held tonight. 7 o'clock, at Allegany High School's gyrii for those interested in serving as referees in the City Rec Basketball League. Rec director Bob Pence also said .hat- the dealine for putting a team n any of the rec circuits has been extended until tomorrow when a nceting will be held at 7:30 p. m. n' City Hall. All teams must have representatives . at that session, Pence added. Ry Kl Flintstone High cagers opened their season last night by dropping a 38-28 decision to a Faculty quint. The schoolboys led at the end of the first quarter, but the Teachers •forged -lo' the fore early in the second stanza and rode the top the rest of the way. Gene Harris led the Faculty attack with a dozen points on four fielders and four fouls. Ken Lough had 1 i. tallies for, the Aggies. FACULTV G F T F'STONE C F T G. Harris f 4 4 12 K. Uiush f Gigliotti £ 226 Robinette f Pope e 000 Mauzy t .Jackson K. 4 0 8 Whitfirld g Ralston g 248 Burdoll s C'udy K 204 Hoffman Malone 6 0 0 Mann Pifer Totals . 14 10 38' Bible Bojrgs . 4 3 11 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 I) 0 man 85-71, George Washington tripped surprising William & Mary 81-i 75 and Washington & Lee edged; Richmond 78-86. The Mountaineers, with Hot Rod Bundled collecting 20 points, moved ahead of Furman late in the first half and had no trouble thereafter. Hundley, however, had to yield scoring honors to Furman's Darrell Floyd, the nation's No. 1 point-producer a year ago. Floyd, an All-America ace, con-, tribuled 27. George Washington led all the way against W&M but had some uneasy moments late iri the game when the Indians, who trailed by 12 points at the half, pulled to within three points with 'six minutes left. Center Joe Holup, who poured in 36 poirits, quickly connected on two jump shots to widen the gap again. Bob Hoitsma, a service returnee, was tops in scoring for W&M with 23. • Richmond, behind 13 points early in the second half, got even with less than three minutes remaining. Washington & Lee then sank six straight free throws, three of them by center Lee Marshall, to win'the game. Dom Flora, W&L guard, dropped in 27 points. Ed Harrison bucketed 17 for Richmond. In last night's only other action, Davidson scored its first victory of the campaign with a 96-90 triumph over Catawba. Hobby Cobb made 29 points for Davidson. No contests are scheduled tonight. CollegeBasketball By The 'Associated Press Harvard 72, Northeastern 64 Lafayette 85. Princeton 83 LaSalle 96. Albright 63 Holy Cross 88, Massachusetts 76 Elizabethtown (Pa.). Ill, Western Maryland 56 NYU 80. New York AC 70 Morris Harvey 107, Becklcy CW. Va.) 68 Clenville CW. Va.) 98; West Virginia Tech 96' West VirEinia Wesleyan 79, Alderson- Broaddus 68 ' Concord (W. Va.) 91. Bluefield (Va.) 81 Fairmont (W. Va.) 95, Potomac State 81 Salem (W. Va.) 90, Bethony (W. Va.) 79 St. Francis (Bkn.) 101. Adelphi 8.1 . N. C. State 90, Wake Forest 81 Geo. Washington 81, Wm. t Mary 75 Washington-Lee 78. Richmond 76 Virginia 82. Hampden-Sydney 63 1-ouisville 82, Murray (Ky.) 76 Miami (Fla.) 96, Tampa 59 _ Navy 75. American Univ. 51 West Virginia 85, Furman 71 Davidson 96, Catawba 90 Illinois im, Butler 75 Kansas State 89, Texas Tech 70 Southern Methodist 65, Texas Wesleyan 42 San Franciscn 72. San Francisco State 47 Navy's Welsh Leads Nation In Total Gain NEW YORK ffi—George'Welkh, who served as Navy's air-arm, 'is the individual total offense champion of major college football, 1 by a scant 35 yards over Arizona^ Art Luppino, who made all his gains by running. Welsh, the individual passing king as well, topped the Arizona junior in the final game of the season by picking up 185 yards against Army.- Luppino, meanwhile,;was checked at 68 yards by Arizona State for his lowest one-game output of the season. That gave Welsh • a 'season 'total of 1,348 yards in nine games, according to final NCAA Service Bureau figures released today, while Luppino collared 1,313 in 10 games. Luppino, first ever to win the rushing crown in two 'consecutive seasons, also is the. first to finish as high as second in the total offense race on rushing 'alone. ~ \Vilh one season remaining, he's just 168 yards short of the all-time college career record of 3,212 yards set by Wisconsin's Alan Ameche. .. Welsh won his offense crown with just 203 plays, tying the all-time low by a champion set by Oklahoma A&M's Bob Fenimore in 1945. Bobby Moss of West Virginia .finished sixth among, the rushers with an 807 yards in 98 rushes, an average of 8.23. Luppino averaged 6.28 yards for 209 rushes. / "^ Fights Last Night By The Associated Press ROCHESTER, N.'--Y.—Ezzard Charles, 197V4. Cincinnati,, outpointed Toxie Hall, 191=5. Chicago. 10. BUFFALO, N. Y.—Bob Satlerlield, 185, Chicago, knocked out -Paul Andrews, 1851/2, Buffalo, 9. • • HARTFORD, Conn.—Larry Boardnian, 1281*, ilarlborough, outpointed Arm'arid Savoic. 138, Montreal. 10. ' .. ATTENTION HUNTERS -. Ship your deer heads or call at* our. studio for your deer head moimti. Gloves and Jackets out of your detr skins.. Hand painted deer scones.. Lamp ihades. Guns and ammunjk tion . . . sporting goods ... novlv ties and souvenirs. OPEN DALLY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. MT. STATE STUDIO OF TAXIDERMY Davis, W. Va. . . Phone Al 9-414Z 1.. 1 Totals 12 4 28 Officials—Raupach. Southern took the Jayvees' preliminary battle, 61-30. E-X-P-E-R-T LUBRICATION ;m-ett s '. 1 !>iluar(l s 0 Duff .-, Totals 28 Over 20 Xcors Experience With All Makes Of Cars SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HOLLAND'S ESSO SERVICE BEDFORD AND MECHANIC STS. Dial PA 2-1110 The home team car- Shcaffcr'j Creil Ensemble, S34.00 Snorkel Pen, J25.00 Pencil, J9.00 Cold-filled capi . Tot.-ils Snore by periods: .SOUTHERN ITRRRA ALTA ried a 12-point lead in to the final "Shoe" Shoemaker collected points for Broadway. I Bare s .................... 0 Armentrout s .............. 3 Totals ............... IS HOLIDAY BILLS! Sheaffer's Sentinel Snorkel Pen, $22.50 Come in or telephone the office nearest you for a quick cash loan. You are assured .of privacy and friendly treatment. We can help you wilh your holiday expenses. Quality gifts, at every price! Our complete selection of Sheaffer's fine writing equipment covers all your gift needs. Shop early for presents that Sheaffor's will really be appreciated, al just the price Valiant Ensemble, $27.00 you wont to pay! Snorkel Pen, $19.75 Pencil, $7.25 CUMBERLAND 18 South Liberty St. Phone PA 4-4200 FROSTBURG 89 East Main St. Phone 1594 27 North Centre Street You can't buy better ooto insurance than Allstate. Why pay more? Allstate gives you the finest protection, friendly dependable service and fast, fair claim settlements. Yet Allstate rates are : substanlially lower than those of most other leading companies. No wonder car owners bought more auto insurance from Allstate than any other company in 1954 based on direct written .. premiums. See how much you can save with this really better value from _ the insurance company founded by Sears. Check with your nearby Allstate Agent. Or mail the coupon for free facts today. JAMES A. SCHROCK Sears Roebuck & Co. Bldg. 179 Baltimore St. Phone PA-4-416Q Nelson [tarman McUlty s 2 Harper s 0 Totals 22 Score by pciiods: BROADWAY 10 I'KTKRSHUIIG 11 24 Officials — Patterson 4 Klliott. You re in good hands with ... STOCK COMPANY PROTECTION by Sears An Illmoii corporation founded by S*ori, ?oebu;* and Co. with one!* • end Hoblitiie* diilinct ond icparolo from tho parent company Home office: 5loki«, III, -fire irnur-" ' cnea available in thii itoto (or non-farm dwellings for ono to four families and for.ccntcnti cnty In .building! homing Iwenry families cr ten. Chicago Bears Sec Brown Come Of Age CIHCAGO W) — Last year Rddi? ! Brown of thc Chicago Bears threw only 17 passes as a pro freshman. He completed 283 yards against Detroit Wings, Brown helped thc make it six straight by completing . 15 of 18 passes for 221 yards, an , average of 1173 per completion. free! Helpful Buyers' Guide! Don't buy auto insurance blind! Sec how miicrryoucan savcwith Ihe company founded by Scars. This fact- filled booklet tells you exactly how to get (he most for your auto insurance dollar. Mail coupon for » free copy without obligation. Allitoto Iniuronct Company 920 S. Joffcrion S|. Roanok* 16, Va. 1251 Pleat* tend my frt« cooy o! the BUYERS' AUIOE. Town..., , SUI* Phoni No Jlow Allstate Offers Fire Insurance qf-Sowings up to" 20%I

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free