Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 29, 1935 · Page 8
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PACfB WIGHT THE UUEELEY DAILY TRIUUKK. UKEKUSY. COLOHAPO CVENINO, NOVEMBER Z9j MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 19» Colorado Defeats D.U. 14 to 0; Wray Beats Fort Collins 30,000 See C.U. Win Tie in Conference AMOct«toJ J'rixi) Denver, Nov. 2S.--- With his throwing arm instead of his scampering foot, BUI Lam, 164 pounds ot courage and fight, spurred his Colorado university football team to a smashing 11 lo 0 victory over Denver university. Nearly 30,000 persons jamming Pioneer stadium to the ontsldo walls saw Quarterback Lam pick tho chink in peuvor's defense and throw two nrcli- lug passes for touchdowns. It was the greatest crowd ever lo see n' football game In the Rockies. So delirious were tho Colorado U. hackers ovor tho triumph victory ·which gave U. U. a lie for Rocky M o u n t a i n conference tltlo Hint they Bwarmed out on tho field to rip out. Bouth goal post 10 seconds before tho Seen From the Bench ended, Final standings in tho conference fee Colorado U. tied wllli Ulah Slate lor the tillo. Officials liart to stop tho piay lo chase the spectators to tho sidelines, Lam pushed one over enthusiastic rooter to the ground when the latter was reluctant to leavo. Colorado two air rallies which Denver couldn't brako gave her those winning touchdowns. The Buffaloes sealed their deserved victoiv with glorious defense stands which piled up Denver attacks heart- liretiklngly short ot tho goal after D.U. drove more than half tho fields length. Brilliant for Denver was Ray Johnson, 196 pound junior half back, who today proved ho was the Pioneers greatest halt back of tho now closed campaign. IBrllllant littlo Kayo, his right log badly bruised with an ugly "chnrloy )iorsc," lossed his tirst scoring shot to Del Rilchhart enrly In tho second period. Then in tho fourth quarter, w i t h Denver threatening continually, lio heaved Iho second Into the outstretched arms ot Otto Staab. Ititchhart took a 29-yard pass on tho 4-yard lino and easily stepped over tho goal lino. Slanb look n 16-ynrd r u n n i n g pnsa and tiprinlori 20 yards over Iho goal lino wllli Al Ovlalt, another senior, knocking down Jack Walton, the hist man in his path. Those two touchdowns only helped to win the game, however. Two fighting goal line stands by Colorado's line were equally ns imp o r t a n t as tho fluffs twice donlcd the surging Pioneers scores In the second halt, when Hay (Ringworm) Johnson and crashing Roger Hambcnnx roared up and down Iho field for notches of yardage. . First they slopped tlio Pioneers on the 1-yard line. Then when tho heat of the Imltlo had subsided to a calm, they dug in and took tlio ball on tilt} 6-yard lino after four Iries netted Deu- Ter but four yards. _ OOTBALL ESULTS A f t e r trying for several years, Ilia Wray Eagles finally achieved their goal-kicking off tho Fort. Collins l-nmbktiis. Tho 0 to 0 victory of tho Bagles at Wray Thankoglvlng Day was especially sweet lo tlio Kaslern Colorado eleven be'cau so of tho 45 to 0 lacing .they got at l''ort Collins last Thanksgiving III the play-offs. * · * Year aftor year Wray has had a fin! team and four times their championship drives lind been slopped by the Lambkins. Fort Collins won In 1020, 1(130,'1032 and In 1931. * * * Earl M. TTcdrlck of Wray, a nicmbor of tho hoard ot Irunlees of Collogo ot Education, who was in Cireeloy predicted Wednesday: "Fort Collins Is in for a surprise Thursday. This year wo nro golug to Inko thorn Into camp. Last year at Fort Collins they had U3 scared to death hoforo tho game, start- od. That's not tlio way we feel about it this year." Fort Oolllnn should have had an Inkling that nil was not quite right in their state chaui[)ionshlp drive when thoy wcro unable to ucore against Port Morgan until tho f i n a l quarter lu the trst round play-off game. Wray is perhaps tho most foothall- llindcrt town In Colorado. Down llions bey think, talk and cut foothall tho /our around. Thoy aro tar enough away from tho rest ot tho stale that icl so many fans can get to tho co'.OKO games and their hopes and hearts le with tho Eagles, who, by the -way, formerly called thenwelvos tho Cllff- Iwollers because ot tho high f l u f f s :hat surround tho towu. « · * The defeat was tho first of tho soa- son for Fort Collins. Tho Wray team lolds two victories over Yuma, one over Jiilosburg, one over Akron, two over Haxtuil and one over Holyoko. hnvo scored 284 points to 19 for tlielr opponents. Salida playo Wray at Wray Dec. 7 for tho eastern slope tillo. Salida, which won from Lamar Thursday, 16 to 12, now has scored 217 points to 25 for opponents in nlno games. » a « For tho second consecutive year, Colorado U. has to share championship honors with another team In the Rocky M o u n t a i n conference. Last year tho bunting was divided three ways-- Cirooloy Stato, Colorado Stato and Colorado U. Thta year it is divided between Colorado U. and Utah Aggies. * * * At Boulder there hns been somo complaint that tho Colorado booked too m a n y hard games this year. They called it a "suicide schedule." It tho lUsona should agree to tako on the Greeley Stato Dears noxt year, there would bo little danger in It for Colorado. Judging from tho Bear record this year, tho Groeley team is juat what tho Olsons need to softon up " "suicide schedule." Eaton Reds To Start Season Friday Night Eaton, Nov. 27.--The Fighting J!cds ot Iho Ealon high school are preparing for anolher championship on tlio basketball floor under Uie direction of Coach Kenneth Hyde, with their first game to be played on the local floor Friday night, Nov. 29, against College High of Greoloy. Coach Hyilo lias seven letter men from Inst year's Norlhom Colorado championship congisltng of Harold Adanmon, all state second team forward, Russell Dnnimrcl, Glen Ciillor, Cecil Grant, Ernest Griffith, Frank lloblnson, and Charles McKlm ns Final Standing in R.M.C. Race The final Rocky -Mountain conference football standings: Team-- ;v. L. T. Pet. TP OP .833 165 84 .833 128 Ulah Stale 6 C.U. 6 Utah U. 4 D.U. 5 C.C. * Ureeley Slate _9 nucleus around wblch ho to build a lenm to repeat last year's performance. With 33 men out, which Is tho largest sriuad to appear on the Eaton floor In the h i s t o r y of tlio school, theso lettermcn will have to ontolilno thoir last yonr'fl performance to hold a bprth oil tho squad this year. llrtgham Young Wyoming .. Oolo. Slate _Mont. Slate Colo. Mines Western Stato -0 4 .800 146 College High and Eaton to Play 2 Games .714 .6G7 .CB7 .429 .425' .333 .107 .143 .000 oa GO 2« 65 61 01 College High their 1936 team liulldoRS will roll into action in their Games Saturday Homo Team--Opponent Mines-Regis Fort Collins Is Eliminated in State Race At Jlegls Beaton Coll.-llolly Cross Boston GO 26 00 C9 69 1C IOC 20 203 15 71 Among tlio now material are Nix, Coi'blti, ami Ognn, who came up from the Junior high lenm which won the county championship the last two years and Richard Murry, a former pljyor, who wns unable to play at all last year on account of sickness and who Is expected to slur when he becomes eligible at the beginning ot tbo second semester. Coach Hyde eays that he cxpocte this year's team to bo on a par with last year's, ovon though he loat Brown, all stato guard, Hoggatt, forward, Buscho, guard and Doffko, given tho choice of center on the all stale second team. Those answering tho call to practice are Gregory, Cecil Hln.es, Murrel, Cullor, Bass, Salborg, Ireland, Dorsoy, Glbaon, Sulllvun, LJndblad, Newcaotlo, Kaveny, Carlson, Clarence Hlnea, Husoncemp, Slvers, Busch, Boalrom, Morita, Wilson and Johnson. Brneat Jaton, manager. Ton games are scheduled on tho homo floor Including practice games vith College High, Cheyenno, Pierce and Manassa. Tho schedule for the 'ear la as follows*. Nov. 2--Collogo High at Ealon. Nov. 30--Ealon at College High. Dec.14.--Cheyenno at Eaton. Dec. 20--Plerco at Eaton. Doc. 28--Manasoa at "Eaton. Doc. 27--Boulder at Eaton. Jan. 3--Longtnont at Ealon. Jan. 10.'--Windsor at Windsor. Jun. 11--Cireeloy at Greeley. Jan. 17--Port Collins al Collins. Jan. 24.--Loveland at Eaton. Feb. 1--- Boulder at Boulder. Feb. 7--Longmont at I-ongmont. Feb. 14--Windsor at Eaton. Fob. 21--fireeley at Eaton. Fob. 28.--Fort Collins at Eaton. Feb. 29.- -Lqveland at Loveland. Reason tickets went on sale Tuesday with keen competition between two groups, tbo basketball boys the Pop club. R O C K Y M O U N T A I N Colorado U. 14, D. U. 0. Montana Slato 6, Montana Mines 3. Colorado Stato 7, New Mexico 0. U t a h 14, Utah Aggies 1-1. H I G H SCHOOLS Fort Collins, 0, Wray G. Salida 1C, Lamar 12. Trinidad 33, Cheyenne 0. Del Norlo 7, Monto Vista 0. (San Ijllis championship). Grand Junction 19. Rlflo 0. Limon 20, Ordway 0. Englcwood 7, Lafayette G. E A S T E R N AND MIDWESTERN Brown 0, Colgate 33. Fordham 21, X. Y. U. 0. Kansas 0, Missouri 0. Kentucky 27, Tcnn. 0. Syracuse 0, Maryland 0. Nebraska 2C, Oregon Stale 20. Oklahoma 25, Oklahoma A. £ M. 0. Penn. 33, Cornell 7. Pittsburgh 0, Carnegie Tech. 0. Texas Tech. 7, Detroit 12. Tulua 1, Arkansas 14. Kentucky 27, Tennessee 0. Loyola 10, West Virginia 19. Miss. Col. 0, Millsaps 0. Mississippi Teachers 0, Louisiana Technical 27. South Carolina A. and M. 6, Chafltn 0. Tuskegee 0, Alabama Slato 3. Tampa U. 0, West Kan. Teachers 18. Virginia 0, N. Carolina 61. Virginia Tech 12, V. M. T. 6. Wentwortli Mil. 0, Kempor Mil. 0. William and Mary 6, Richmond 6. . Midwest Arkansas 14, Tulsn 7. Centenary f, Xavler 12. College of Emporla 14, Ottawa 12. Durant Teachers 12, Weatherford Tftaehera 0. Salida Wins at Lamar by 16-12^ Score Salida, Nov. 29.---Salida'a Spartans pointed toward another Colorado high school football championship Thursday, their hoptfl heightened by a utir- rlng 1C to 12 victory over Lumar In n qiiarlor-flnal playoff. The Sparlans will play Wray, Doc. 7, In a seml-flnnl. Cortez plays Grand Junction In tho other soml-fluul, with lie two finalists booked for a title same.Deo. 14. Salida scored first after a long drlvo n the opening period waa ended by n umblo on Iho I-arnar aovoii-yord lino. Tho visitor* kicked out to tlio 27 ami ind Chambers came roaring back to :ho one-yard mart. Brenton piled over the goal and kicked tho oxtra point. Lamar baraly missed tying tho scoro a moment later, when tho Spartans fumbled on their own 28. Northrup, a halfback, passed, to Warren for Lamar's first touchdown. The Spartans drove within striking distance again In tho second quarter, with Jlreulon gliding ovor the goal and llien kicking tho extra point to give Salida a 14 to 6 lead. Wright, Lamar fullback, fumbled the opening kick-off of tho second aalf and was downed behind his own ;oal for a safety, boosting the Spar- Ian lead to 16 to 6. A 46-yard pass, Strain to Warren, for a first down on Salida'n seven, paved the way for Lamar's f i n a l scoro wllli eight m i n u t e s loft lo play. A f t e r Wright had mnashcd two yards farther, Baxter trundled over for a touchdown. Salida collected 1C first downs against 10 for Lamar. The losora completed eight passes in 18 altempls, - - - · - · -· in first homo gamo here Saturday night, at Guntor Hall when they take on tho Baton Reds In tlio second ot a two- game series. First teams taken the floor nt 8 o'clock; second teams too tho mark at 7 o'clock. Tlio first game la to bo played at Eaton Friday night. Tho games with Eaton aro tho first oC n sertoa of pre- conferenco games for tho Hullilogs who will play Krlo, South Denver, Cheyenne and Fort Collins beforo starting their northcastorn Icaguo schedule January 17 by playing Brush horo. Coach J. S. Donbeninelor lias been working out his squad ot 20 men regularly and lias several possible start- Ing combinations. He may start Bu- ;ono McKwon and Walter Kollnioff at [orwards. Warren Meyers at center and John Meyora and Veru Welch at guards. John Moyors, n sophomore, is tho tallest man In Ibis tiuintel barely topping Blx feet. If John Moyors does Limon, Englewood Class B Finalists Limon, Nov. 29.--A 20-to 0 win ovor over Ordway eont Limon high schoo' into tlio finals of the Class B stato foothall championship playoffs hero Thursday. Ordway rolled np much yardago in midfleid but never seriously threatened Ibe Limon goal. The local team held a 13 to 0 lead t tbo half, the results of a long pass an end run. They scored again In final period on anolhor long narch. Tlio first and third quarters were ;Iven over to p u n t i n g duels, wiih iiost ot the play in Ordway territory. \. cold wind made both teams rely incipally on r u n n i n g plays. Grand Junction Wins from Rifle, 19 to 0 Columbia-Dartmouth Florida-Alabama Poly Georgia Tecli-Qcorgia Atlanta -.Now York .Miami Langloy Field-Carlisle Barracks Kid. Mississippi-Mississippi Slate .-Oxford Ilico-Baylor Houston Texas Chrisllan-S. Melhoiliat fort Worth Tnlano-Loulslana State--New Orleans U. S. Naval Acad.-U. S. Mil. Acad. Philadelphia U.C.UA.-Idnho -U A. Colisoum Washington Stato-St. Mnry'e San Francisco Wesl Ky. J. C.-Monlgomory Thr. _ ,, Paducah West Mnryland-aeorttotown.Hultlmoro Xavlor (N. 0.)-Tuekogee_Now Orleans Yalo-Princolon _No\v Haven Colorado Aggies Win from New Mexico, 7-6 Grand Junction, Nov. 29. -- Tho Grand Junction high school Tigers, nl ready Southern division champions won tho Western Slope high school football championship Thursday with a 19-toO triumph over Rifle's Boars, Northern division tltleholders. Thair victory entitled t h e Tigers to :et Cortez Doc. 7 in B semi-final o f l t l o n . against Snllda'e live complelions eight tries. | Rogers Suspended After He Is Loser to Bath Tuesday (Ai^rUli-.l Trntl Los Angeles, Nov. 27. -- Indefinite suspensions were meted out Wednesday to Promoter Joe Waterman, Jlan- ogor Bill Miller and Doxcr Alfred (Hutch) Rogers, as a result of match Tuesday night between HORCIS and Hank Hath, Fort Morgan, Colo., heavyweight. '·;»- Bath" and his manager, Jack Kearns, were left off the list of suspensions otter Dr. Harry Martin, chairman of tho California nlhletle commission, had staged his preliminary investlga- not start at guard, Kenuio Itlco,-speed I merchant, probably will get Iho cull. AlbuquerQiie, N. M., Nov. 29,-Colo- Othors who probably will seo early' action for tlio Bulldogs nro Milton Briggs at a Kuard, Molvln Schmidt at a forward and Blako who fits in most spots in tho llno-up. Harold Welch, looked upon aa a standby for tho Bulldogs, is not In top form because of a knee Injury. Glen McBwcn, a sophomore and brother ot Eugono, is another promising candidate for tho Blue and While courtstors. Tho Bulldogs this year have been ·working out on a fast breaking game designed to ullllzo their speed In sucli a manner as lo make up for thoir lack of weight and altitude-. Utah and Utags Play 14-14 Tie Salt Irfiko City, Utah, Nov. 29.--Climaxed by a hectic Btory-hook fourth period in which bolh teams scored often, the University of Utah and Utah Slato 'Agricultural C o l l e g e fought lo a 14 lo 14 tie hero Thursday. The deadlock gave tho Rocky Mountain tltlo to I h o Aggies and Colorado University, slnco t h e B u f f a l o e s downed Denver U. today, giving tho H u f f s and Aggies an enual r a t i n g of five wins and one defeat. Tie games are not counted. Tho Salt Lakere amassed 24 first downs to 10 for tho Aggies. Swan and Hoggan, ends, were outstanding, wTillo Captain Frod McKenzlo, lacklo, played brilliantly. Ryan was tops for Utah Stato. while Linesmen Blinker and Mabey were oulslatidlug. A crowd of 21,000, largest to see a conference clash here, saw the thrilling classic, rado State's Green Wave nosed out New Moiico, 7 to C, horo Thursday, winnlg Its first intorsectional victory In history. It was the educated too of tho Ag;Ie halfback, Leonard Volz, that Drought the Farmers a victory. Lair's long kicks win the wind ami Hartman's defensive work featured the Aggte play, while tho work of .Murphy, Lobo wlugman, siioiled the attempts of Volz and Winn to galu thru the lino and around end. Klrby and Swopo Top Shooter* Ted Klrby and U Swopo were winners in Thursday's skeet shooting competition horo. Swopo had a score of 21x25 while Klrby on 50-targot handicap shooting had a scoro ot 45x50. Klrby was second In the 25 target ovent with a 19' while William Mcl'lierson, Sr. was third with IB. T. B. Mawson was second In tho 50- larget event -with 42. William Bowman, Winchester ox- port, will bo here Sunday, Dec. 21 to give instructions to shooters from 10 ft. m. to 2 p. m. (Associated Prc«»Y Wray, Nov. 23. -- Wray Tllgh school earnd n place in tho Bcml-finnla of Ills Colorado Prep football championship series today downing the once mighty Fort Collins Lambkins G lo 0. By virtue ot Its viclory Wray will play Salida Sparlans, two times Btata champs. In n souil-final nt Wray Doe. 7. Hold on oven terms in tho tlrst two frames tho local team .earned Its victory In a sudden burst of spoed shortly aftor second halt started. Billings, Wray halfback, took tha klckoff lit Iho opening ot tho third quarter and ran It back 20 yards to the mldflold stripe. On tho second plar thereafter, Johnson f i r e d a long pass to Hillings who was brought down two yards from tho Lambkins goal. Speichor crashed thru center for the touchdown and Johnson missed th» chance for the exlra point- Fort Collins flashed a passing gamo n an effort to pull ahead In the loat orlod, but Wray intercepted two [leaves J.o spoil tho attack. Johnson and Billings In the back- ileld, Benson at guard and Baldwin at tackle played outstanding ball for Wray. Sullivan and Whelan, backs, and Irwln at end were bright lighl* 'or the Northern conference team. Mountaineer Cagers Will Make Dec. Trip GuaulBon, Colo., Nov. 29. -- Coach 131- ooil nomney announced Tuesday hli Western SUta basketball team will start a barnstorming tour in December, which will tako them Into Arizona. and New Mfixlco. The sgund ot 10 or 11 men will leave liera Dec- 13 and play an exhibition emno at Dnrango tho following day. From llioro the team will go to Flagstaff Jor a double-header with tlio Northeast Arizona State Teachers Dec. 1G nncl 17. Then the Mountaineers vrlll claab; with Arizona State nt Tempe on Deo. 18 and meet Gila College) nt Thatchar Dec. 10. New Mexico State Teachers will be their next opponents at Silver City Iei:. 20' and 21. o. Kdmorid Teachers 7, Ada Teachers Fort Hays 42, Oklahoma Baptist 0. Hastings 18, Tarkio 13. Kansas Wes. 0, McPhorson 0. Miami U. 7, Cincinnati U. 8. Monmouth 7, Knox 6, N. Carolina Stato 0, Catholic U, g Missouri Valley 14, Central 12, Oregon Stato 20, Nebraska 26. Plttsburg 7, Emporla 6. Waahburn 6, -Wichita 7. Washington U. 26, St. Louis 0. Southwest Bishop 20, Arkansas Stato 0, Coll. of Ozarks 0, Arkansas Tech. 0 Con. Oklahoma Teachers 7, E. Cen Oklahoma Teach era 0, Drake 0, Arizona 63. New Mexico Military Institute 13 Now Mexico Normal 0. Oklahoma A. M. 0, Okla. D. 25. Texae 6, Texas A. * M. 20. Xavicr 19, Sam Houston 0. Far West Portland 0, Oonzaga 20. San Diego St 9, San Jose St. 24. fiacramento J. C. 27. Sn Franclscc J. C. «. Willtamelte 10, Whitman 0. Engtewood, Colo., Nov. 29.--Engle- vood's Pirates squeezed I n t o the final ound of the B Class playoffs for th3 Colorado prep school football cham- 'lonship Thanksgiving, defeating La- ayctte, 7 to 6. Coach Harvey Hid die's plucky tho stato tillo playoffs. Keough, Grand Junction a Honolulu heavyweight, end and , captain, opened the parade by sna-lch- t u g a pass mid running 30 ynrda for the first scoro. Kimmel, halfback, was close behind, Intercepting a Hiflo toss on the Tiger 35-yard stripe and going 55 yards beforo ho was hauled down. Turner, fullback, ripped the remaining 10 yards to tlie goal. _ Phoney Tickets for C.U.-D.U. Tilt Sold in Denver was knocked out In the third round after n dismal performance In which ho never used tho potent right hand that had helped him linlld up cyuito a knockout record hereabouts. After an examination in the corn- Greeley Rifle Club Loses Two Contests The Greoley Riho'cinb lost a 3 position match to Sidney R l f l o Club of Sidney, Nobr., by a score oC 1301 against 135S. and a 4 position riiatcli to the Neniadii Hiflo Club of Superior, Wis.. by a score ot 1319 against 1801. Tlio Oreelf:}* club members wero divided inlo two equally strong teams the first week In November and shot a series of five matches, tlio winners to be treated to an oyster slipper by tho losers, Tneaday night's match tlu- cliied the winning team, h a v i n g won mission office, Chairman Mnrlln a r - l s , )U t of 6. Members of tho winning rived at the conclusion that Rogers jteam, and their scores are as follows: was suffering from no shoulder in- ~ - - - - · Jury, as ho and his mnnngcr, Miller, had contended Tuesday night a f t e r the abruptly concluded mairi event which rotten" ·oungsters will meet Limon, which rolled over Ordway Thursday, In the Inal game Dec. 7. Site of tho gamo vlll be decided early next week. Englowood scored In tho second period on a touchdown sprint by Olson, vho alao kicked the point after touchdown which proved the deciding tally. Lafayette had tho ball on tho Pirate's ono-yard line, when tho gun ended tho first half, and tho Invaders came right back In the third period with lone touchdown. Bailer carried over I.afayolto'« touchdown, but tho .ry for extra point .was wide and Englowood held Its own until the final gun. Five Dig In Fir* Fort Worth, Ter., Nov. 28. -- Five persona perished and twelve were Injured when a gag explosion rocked an apartment houso" h'ere' Thursday and enveloped the two-story structure In flamca. . Firemen searched tho ruins of tha Holllngsworth apartments for tho body of missing. a 4-wook-o!d baby, reported The deao", all of -whom were taken from the second floor of the rambling house, were: DoWltt C. Turbevlllo, Fort Worth, 81. His wife, Mrs. Turhevlllo, about 78. Mrs. Lola Klrby, whoso husband Is employed by an Arizona steel company. Her son, Howard, 2. A woman thought to be Miss Ozolle Holllngsworth, IS, who had been living wllli the Klrbys for about two yoars. Evidence ot widespread connler- foltlng ot tickets to tho Thanksgiving day D. U.-C. U. football game was uncovered Wednesday night when two of tho bogus salesmen used poor judgment ID selecting a victim. Tho two youths, police said, approached John Harrison, attendant at n tilling station at East Cedar avenuo and South Broadway and a 1934 D. U. football player, and offered to sell him a ticket to the game. One glance convinced Harrison tho tickets were suprious. Ho attempted to hold tho youths, but they escaped while ho telephoned police. . At tho request of Detective Sergt. Lee Raedcl, the tickets retained by Harrison were examined by Louis H. M a h o n y , graduate manager of athletics at D. U. Mahony sold they wore good copies, but differed from legitimate ducats In that the lower edge Is not porforaled. Del Norte Winner of San^Luis Title Monte Vista, Nov. 29.-- Del Norte high school won disputed claim to tho San Luis Valley football championship Thursday, defeating Monte Vista, 7 to 0. Tho tllleholders went thru their league season without a loss and were scored on only by Sargent. Del Norto scored its winning touchdown in ho final quarter alter Robran Intorcepted a forward pass and galloped to the 11-yard line. Atha strodo over Iho goal on tho noxt play. Monto Vista barely missed scoring In tho third period when Entz Intercepted a pass and ran 40 yardt to bo downed within a foot of tho goal There Del Norte braced and hold the locals for four downs. brought shouts of "fake" and from the 0,000 spectators. High'School Races Enter Final Games Tho high school football players nro in tho homo stretch for the 1935 Colo- lorn Johnson Robinson Stanton _ Stand. 'JO --84 : 85 73 _68 Sit. 07 DS 91 91 90 Prone 09 99 SO D7 100 Tot. 2S6 231 272 201 Tola! 13=0 Bohlendor 62 94 97 253 Buck, Jr. 63 96 93 252 Tho following are tho members of tho losing team and their scores: Stand. Sit. Trono Tot. Silvey 88 Public Sale MONDAY, DEC. 2nd A. D. THOMPSON, 2 mile* South of Platteville, 6 miles North of Fort Lupton, on Denver-Greeley highway. 1 P. M. 73 DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS: 20 COWS; 20 SPRINGER HEIFERS) 16 YEARLINGS; 10 VEAL CALVES; 3 BULLS; 1 2-YEAR-OLD REG. BULL) 2 YEARLING PURE BRED DULLS. 6 of the cows will be fresh soon, many Kelfera start freshing soon. The above are one of the best TB tested dairy herds Ir Northern Colorado. All big type, heavy producing stock. This herd has been graded several years--all promising Individuals retained--that show* quality and a dairy cow should develop. Don't fall to attend this sale. Entlri herd sells. Be here, you will be satisfied. TUESDAY, DEC. 3rd CONNIE HEINBECHNER, JR., 6 miles West of Greeley on Loveland Highway, just West of Hazelton School. 11 A. M. 4 HORSES: Bay mare, 1650; black gelding, 1650; black mare, 1500; black geldlng,~1500. 2 sets good harness, BEET TOPS, BARLEY. F O R D COUPE. 3-year-old Holsteln cow; 1 heifer Just fresh. Both good cows. Z extra good COWB, 7 gallon, to be fresh by time of sale. MACHINERY: 2 gears; bed and rack; 2 spreaders; crane stacker; spud digger; sorter; cultivator; roller; 2-way; beet puller; cultivator; 2-row' cril- tlvator; mower; dump rake; bean cutter; harrow, 3 chicken nouses, small coops; etc. This machinery Is nearly all new and nood, McCormick, Deering and Oliver makes. HOUSEHOLD GOODS: New range; gray enamel oil range; Meadows gas washer, new; Mc-Deerlng No. 2 cream separator; breakfast sat; dining table; refrigerator; dresser; beds; chairs; cupboard; baby bed; new 0x12 Axmlnster rug and many other Items. You will find all above good, lots new and everything sells. Complete closing out sale. Be here at 11 a. m. THURSDAY, DEC. 5th HENRY SCH1SSLER and ALEX REIGERT, 1J/ 2 miles South of Gllcrest, on Dave Webber Ranch, at 11 A. M. 1 sorrel horse, 1600; gray mare, 1400; gray horse, 1400; 2 sets harness, 6 HEAD MILK COWS, SOME TO BE FRESH SOON. MACHINERY: J. D. 2-way, beet drill, P. O. mower, McCormick side delivery, beet cultivator, 2 dump rakei, 2 hay sleds, beet puller, 2-sectlon harrow, A, spud cultivator. Machinery In good shape. 93 TONS ALFALFA, 1st, 2nd, 3rd. STRAW PILE. 225 BU. BARLEY. 20 BU. SPRING WHEAT. 25 R. I. RED CHICKENS. 15 PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Everything sells. A lot of small tools and many Items not listed. Rosling 79 Buck, Sr. 74 Howies _.77 rado honora. Tho Wray Eagles who upset Fort Collins Thursday, 6 to 0, take on Salida at Wray Dec. 7 for the eastern slope crown. Grand Junction won from Rlflo Thursday »iid will play Cortez oc. 7 for Iho western slope lillo. Winner of tho Corto/.-Orand Junction game will play the winner ol tho Wray-Sallda game Dec. 14 on the western slope for the state crown. By virtue of their 7 to 6 win from Lafayette -Thursday, Englowood -PI-1 ratca play Limon Dec. 7 for the Class | B title. Limon, southeastern : leaguo Champa, won from Ordway, Arkansas valley lltle-holdera Thuraday. Trinidad Beits Chsyenne, 38-0 Trinidad, Nov. 29.--Three thousand wild fans witch»d Trlnfdad'8 powerful Minors pass amr and drill thru tho Cheyenno, Wyo., Indians for a 38-to-O viclory In a Thanksgiving high school foolball battle Thursday. From tlio slart the Miners, runners- Anderson 70 Total -- OS 95 93 S9 94 100 99 99 95 97 98 96 2S3 273 272 261 261 __1350 253 246 SAM KING, Auct. Phone 1538 Offfce: 724J/2 9'h St. Phone 204W With Dr. Frankiin, Vet. G. R. Smith, Clerk Phone 155S Liinrtln 60 9S Struboi 57 93 After tho supper, which will be| given next week at tho V. F. W. hall, i tho Greeley Rlflo £'uh will hold their I annual election of officers. They have I also entered two teams In the Northern Colorado Toslal elimination, having won tho championship last year. Mark Set by Hardin Kent Ryan, magnificent Utah State halfback, won the Individual acorlng honors 111 tho Rocky Mountain Football conference Thursday with 10 touchdowns for 60 points. The big Irish star scored one of his team's touchdowns against Utah lo rom io a a r e , 1 in tho Sonth Central League of £_»,?* " " ! B ' * r B 0 ' ' up Colorado, outclassed the visitors from tho north, taking a 13 to 0 lead in tho first period. Thoy rolled over Iho Indian goal throe times in the third session, ana added another touchdown In tho fourth quarter. -An Rock Springs Win. Title Rock Springs, Wyo., Nov. 29.- aerlal barrage blnotod tho Rock Springs Tlgcra into tho Wyoming Btalo prep school football title Thursday with a 10 to 0 victory over tlio Sheridan Bronca. mark established by field. Ho s tho scoring Roy Hardin. Greoloy State quarterback, In winning the honors In 1034. / Floyd Rasmusson went into a; tie with Alex Drobnitch, Denver guard, for tho conversion point leadership. Each kicked nine. Joe nellnzzo of Qrcoley Stato had no ono to challongo his mark of two field goals.- Utah Stato won team scoring honors with 165 points. Colorado hold onto ila defensive record of 12 points In nil conference games. COLLEGE HIGH B A S K E T 1935-1936 "See the Bull Dogg in Action" First Game, Sat, Nov. 30, 7 and 8 P. M. Eaton High at College High Second Game, Friday, Dec. 6 Erie High at College High 4 Third Game, Friday, D«c. 13 South Denver at College High Fourth Game, Saturday, Dec. 21 Fort Collins at College High Fifth Game, Conference, Friday, Jan. 17 Urush High at College High Sixth Game, Conference, Friday, Jan. 24 Sterling High at College High Seventh Gnme, Conference, Friday, Jan. 31 Fort Morgan at College High Single Admission idc and 25c Season Tickets on Sale at Door 7 Games £0p SEE THE FIRST CAME SAT. NIGHT ALL GAMES AT QUNTER HALL

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