Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 32
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 19515 Keys Klein Defends r stone State Boxing Stand PHILADELPHIA tfi — Although there has nol been a major boxing bout in Pennsylvania since last May. the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission does not think it has killed the fight game in the Keystone State. Alfred Klein, local member of the three man Pennsylvania commission, said the group hadn't aband- a r£ned hope that the International •loosing Club of New York would j ' decide to promote once again'in Pennsylvania. " •" ' No IBC Fights Kieln admitted, however, tha.tj the"'IBC was not inclined to stage j its-/;.fights in the 'commonwealth] now.; Asked -'specif ically 'if he thought the commission killed ma- jbrjjboxing in Pennsylvania, Klein said: "Obviously these fights and fighters (major bouts and fighters) are controlled by the IBC and until the IBC decides it wants to come into Pennsylvania and operate under; the new code it isn't 'likely-we'll} have promotions of major size." Klein said that the IBC's chief objection to promoting in Pennsylvania involved the portion of the new state athletic code requiring an ou't-of-state promoter to take a permit' and to join with a local promoter licensed in Pennsylvania to put. on a boxing show. Could Run Afout Law "The IBC is .afraid that the local promoter may in some manner unknown to it run afoul of the Penn-, sylvania law and. be subjected toj suspension.. Then, so.the IBC feels, it would find itself under the same umbrella and be equally 'guilty," Klein said., The commissioner said his group had endeavored to assure the IBC THIRTY-ONE Wake Forest i Back Leading ~ Pass-Catcher Dull Baker-Valdes 'Fight 9 Boosts Archie Moore Stock •^ By JACK HAND CLEVELAND (fP)— Merry Christmas, Rocky Mar-GREENSBORO. N. C. is, - Thei c j ano . Slop up on turkey and dressing. Don't spare the Atlantic Coast Conference pass-re-l mas h e d potatoes and gravy. Nobody's coming to spoil f ftk°ur fun as heavyweight champion of the world. almost a month, officially became Tlie much-heralded meeting off his when the regular season ended! Bolj Baker, No. 2 challenger, andjunable to untrack himself against with the Duke-North Carolina «ame - N 'i |10 Valdes. the i\'o. 3 threat. lastJBaker, who failed to take advan- Saturday. The .Wake Forest halfback star, an All - Conference night at the Cleveland Arena Itage of the situation by stepping served only to bolster the positionjback every time he landed a choice, wound up with 31 recep-jof Archie .Moore, the .\o. 1 con-jpunch or two. The best punch of lions for a new ACC record ascender. As Rocky knocked out An-'the fight was a right by Baker in well as the season title. jcitnt Archie in September, the;the fourth that drove Valdes to the Closest man to Barnes in the fi- future looks clear - nal tally of the ACC service bureau was Wake Forest, halfback John Parham. who caught 18 and Both Probably 'Eliminated' Pudgy Baker, a 12-5 favorite, ropes. It was the closest thing to a knockdown in a knockdown-free jbout. plodded to a unanimous decision! Judge Herb Williams scored it led in yardage on catches with 37Biover the Cuban Valdes in a dreary]99-91, Judge Charlie Bill 98-92 and and tied N.C. State's John Collar I match that probably eliminatediRel'eree Tony La Branchc 97-95. (for most touchdown passes caught, both from consideration as .Mar-jail for Baker. The AP card was {five. The five TD catches by Parham and Collar also tied an ACC jrecord.'Barnes averaged just better than 10 yards per catch. TREE-TOP HIGH—Neil Johnston of the Philadelphia Warriors climbs an invisible ladder to grab a rebound above the outstretched arms of the New York Knickerbockers' Walter Dukes",' left, and Dick McGuire in pro thriller. . contention. that "we are men of goodwill not out to do a hatchet job on the IBC. We have no intention .of prosecutin; anyone for something they are not involved in." Klein said he thought the commission had a long way to go to "clean up boxing" but that he thought ,substantial progress had been made along that line. He said that Pennsylvania was .now looked upon by other states as the leader in the boxing' reform movement. Deals Many Suspensions So .Jar in its campaign to clean up boxing 'in Pennsylvania, the commission has suspended light heavyweight boxer Harold Johnson on charges he was drugged last May 6 prior to a nationally televised fight; suspended matchmaker Pete Moran for actions detri- Bobcats Take Opener, 71-59, Kirk Gets 24 Coach Waldon Skinner's debut as basketball mentor, for Frostburgjkicker in ACC history. ciano opponents. 199-90 for Baker. ".Maybe I'll have to fight Archie j Referee La Branche spent a busy Moore now before I get the 3Uar-j night prying apart the 213^-pound ciano shot," said Baker in hisjBaker and the 207-pound Cuban. Duke's Jim Nelson, who led the'dressing room after the dull 10-j He warned the big boys repeatedly nation in extra-point kicking per-|rounder, fought to the tune of|to "shake it up." It'was a remarch centage before the Duke finale v.ith "Jingle Bells" and "Let Me Call of a 1953 match at Huntington, North Carolina Saturday, missed)You Sweetheart" and a steady chorus of boos from the 8,380 fans show. his only try against the Tar Heeis and thus lost the ACC season percentage crown to Virginia's Jim Bakhtiar. Nelson wound up. with 21 conversions in 25 kicks for an .840 accuracy percentage. B a k h't i a r kicked 12 of 14 for ..857!- Nelson, however, tied his own ACC record for most PATs kicked in :a single Argentina stole thr show. "Archie! W. \'a., also won by Baker. The winner was supposed to get the who paid 563,392 to see the Cleve- next Marciano bout, land News'annual Christmas fund! Lausse, a ferocious-looking Ar- |gentine middleweight, stopped "What do we want fighting any England's John L. Sullivan on a Baker?" asked Archie Moore's manager Charlie Johnston, whose middleweight Eduardo Lausse ofifeature. technical knockout in. 1:00 of the fifth round of the 10-round CO' season. One extra point per game knocked out Baker in Miami;. •J^aauu. wiic c.vna yv^n. y^i. game MluCkCU Dill DaMJI III -UIHUM'tr | rp r» • was the minimum requirement for (March 9,1954) and beat Valdes in, °P aJon £ lo " eccive iLas Vegas in May. The only fight Grid Award Tonight Joe Pagliei of Clemson -von the j for Marciano is a return match j ACC .punting championship for. the second year in a row, averaging 39.1 yards on 20 .kicks. He just got in under th- minimum of 20 punts needed for consideration. Will Frye of North Carolina was second with a 36.9-yard average,' and he punted more, times (54) than anv other State Teachers College was- a suc-j Meantime, 'Dale Boyd of cess last night as the' Bobcat whipped Montgomery Junior Coi lege of Tacoma Park, .71-59, on f> losers hardwoods. : The Mountain City cagers pullei away in the second half after Jiav?. ing to scrap for a 34-25 intermis sion lead.- The ^victors overcam an early lead by Montgomery ii the first three minutes to knot the game at 5-5 and then stayed in front the rest of the battle. Montgomery moved within three points of knotting the score mid in the opening half, but quid goals by Bob Kirk and Hugh Nolan put 'them out of range. Skinner said that the. team show ed a lot of scrap and made up for its lack of heighlh with hustle am mental to • boxing; suspended a'determination. Kirk, who holds the number of other seconds and man-lschool's scoring record, started of age'rs'and only yesterday ordered}!" good style by finding the .range Herman Taylor, one of the nation's!for 10 field goals and four of six leading promoters to show cause at the foul line for 24 tallies Hugh Nolan, former LaSalle star was close behind with seven from the field and four charity tosses. "Ace" Stearman led the losers with 17 counters while Burch hac eight-for-eight at the 15-foot line Frostburg's next game will be against D. C.. Teachers (formerly Wilson Teachers) in Froslburg a: 3 p. m. Monday. Summary: *~ Krostbury * Kirk, t ... May. f ... McCn.ll, c. ft.. 7 4 1.0 Hicks, c... 1 -I Salesky, g. 0 1 why his license should not be suspended. Taylor is charged with folding a financial interest in a '•Tighter. He allegedly stole from an- othor manager by .coercion' and threats to the boxer's career. Frank (Blinky) Palmero, manager of welterweight contender Johnny Saxlon, also has been cited for suspension, while Carmen Graziano and Tony Ferrante, co- managers of lightweight champion Wallace (Bud) Smith, already are- under suspension in Pennsylvania, xoian! g Carter, K Day In Sports (Continued from Page 30) among the pros top three draft choices, while both center Bob Pellegrini and halfback Ed Vereb of Maryland were tapped . . . Pass the crying towel, please . . . For the second straight year Cumberland's Dick Beard of VPI has been named to the backfield of the 1955 All-Big Six college football team in Virginia . . . The halfback, |^^ who was hampered by injuries this W/"-!* 1-. r P T I> rk T'llf o season to cut down his effective- TT 1111 X Till AJL.ll.i5 ness, is part of the group which has been called one of the top in Montgomery G F T 0 4 24 Kurt/., (...0 0 5 0 ia And'rs'n. g 2 0 n 0 0 Fitr.tf'M. c 1 0 3 4 10 Burch. K.. I 8 10 JS Ste'rm'n, K B 1 1 2 Mantles, f •) n K f nfch'son, c 1 2 I Sheetz, f... 1 I Vance, c.. 5 0 10 Harper, g. 0 1 1 Totals ..27 17 71 Totals . 23 13 59 Halftime score: Frostburs 34, Montgomery 25. Officials — Taylor and-Boyd. Southern Cae ~ Activity the country It includes Virginia's Jim Bakhtiar, Richmond's Frank Pajackowski and quarterback Tom Theodose also of Richmond . . . Quite a collection and with every good reason to deserve such a rating . . . Christmas came a bit early for coacli Dana "Horse" Lough of Potomac State, according to Tony Monaco's column ATHLETES FEAT in the issue of By The Associated Press A slim two-game schedule for Southern Conference basketball teams tonight will be highlighted by the official debut of Virginia Military Institute's Keydets. V.AII actually has played a game, but it was an exhibition contest with the semipro Rockingham Poultry team of Broadway, Va. The Keydets lost 90-39, but showed promise against fte former the "Pasquino." the school paperj college per f ormers and could be . . . The veteran Catamount men- imore o£ a factor in ^ e Ieague tor was surprised when a group'of| race than fj gurec ] i has_ won the A5CC pass interception crown, for the season with-six, ty- with Moore." Doesn't Take Advantage The 31-year-old Valdes seemed ing the season record, Carroll McClain is the punt-returning champ and Carl Brazell, like MeClain from South Carolina, is the kickoff- returning winner. MeClain 'returned seven punts for ]28 yards, Brazell returned 12 kickoffs for 378 vards. NEW YORK (.« — Howard (Hop- along) .Cassady. Ohio State's t\vo : time All-America, will receive the Heisman Trophy tonight as the outstanding football player of- the year. The award, made annually by Die Downtown Athletic Club, will be presented to-the 21-year-old lumbus. Ohio,, star at a dinner attended by many leading figures in the sport. 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The Indians, another not rated 'among the league's elite, showed iinore strength than expected Tues- 1 day night in bowing to George Paralyzed Griddcr To Kercive 86,000 LEXINGTON. Ky. — 'INS) — A;Washington's highly regarded Co- former Kentucky fullback, loft'lonials by only 81-75. Tonight pro- paralyzed fay a swimming accident, ivides W & M another opportunity will receive a .'"S.OOO check contri-!(o show to advantage against a bu lo -fl bv football fans. . jtough foe. Allen Felch. now at. Mines Voter-. No conference teams saw action pns H<vspil?I in Ohicsgo. will he last night, given the m^ney S»nr!ay by athle- f^c director BTniivSl'ivelv flic] co- cantain Bob Hardy of the footbl) Fclch was injured four days be-' ['ore his Army dischaee last sum-i nier. He had planned to return to ; Kentucky. ; ATTENTION HUNTERS Ship your dear heads er call at our itudio for your d«tr haad mound. Glovtt and Jackatt out of ysur detr ikin*. Hand pamtad detr icentt. lamp ihadei. 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