Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1964 · Page 22
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Bears Seek 2nd Win over Regis Rangers College meets Regis College !or| the second time this season Sat-; urday night in Denver. The contest will be played in the Regis College Fieldhouse Although CSC appears to be the stronger of the two units by some margin, Coach George Sage anticipated a tough ball game Saturday night. After beating Regis, CSC hree days while Regis had a day of rest before the contest. where the Rangers whipped thelscored a 90-76 victory over Car- Hears last year, 73-57. However, CSC evened the series on Dec. roll College of Montana. Then Regis handed Carroll a worse 1 with a 102-53 the Rangers. shellacking of setback, 81-44. Carroll, however, was playing its third game in Buffalo, Denver Set To Clash In Crucial Grid Game Sat. DENVER (AP) -- Buffalo, took over in mid-season from first in total offense, and Den- deposed Coach Jack Faulkner ver, last in total offense, co!-| The Broncos lost 30-13 at Buf- lide Sunday in an Americanlfalo early this season but Speed- Football League game that car- ie expects his players to make Mary's of Kansas, 87-83, and aj loss to talented Oklahoma Statej Regis also has a win over St. 78-30. Regis enters this game TM. ries extraordinary importance a much better showing this] to both teams. Buffalo, 10-2, needs the victory to hold on to the Eastern Di- with a 2-2 record while ihej Bears are 3-0. "We obviously were hot against Regis in Greeley," said Sage. "We hit nearly 50 per cent from the field that night NEW YOUK (AP) - John gijng through a dull game with while Regis hit 33 per cent. This hi Colorado Springs on January Unitas, the toast of pro footbol! the Chicago Bears, the disgrun- accoumed for oiir high score." 5 before the next home game j n Baltimore's title days of 1955 tied fans at Memorial Stadium and 1959, has been voted the were howling for Unitas' scalp. Most Valuable Player of 1964 in But the boos changed to cheers the National Football League by when he led the Colls to victory time. Tip-top physically after an open dale last weekend, the too from vision leadership it shares withJBroncos took heart Boston. Buffalo plays at Boston!Buffalo's 16-13 loss last Sunday the following week. at Oakland. Denver fought Oak- Denver. 2-9-2, is gunning for a land to a 30-30 tie two weeks big triumph in its last home appearance of the season to reward Coach Mac Speedie, who ago and could have won handily if any one of four field goal al- lempts had c o n n e c t e d . The is destined to receive a two-year Bronco field goal scoring has .contract. The Broncos' play im- nose-dived since Gene Mmgo .proved sharply after Speedie IPowell First, iMantle Second ·In AL Batting BOSTON (AP) - John (Boog) Powell, Baltimore's hard-hitting outfielder, won the American .League slugging title with a .606 -average last season. Mickey : ;-Mantle of the New York Yan: ."kees^a four-time champion, was "second with .591, the. official ^averages released todaj Jo* Folda Jim Massick Five Bear cagers are averaging better than 10 points a game. The team has a 101-point per game average after three contests. Top Bear scorer is senior guard Joe Folda with a 16.3 average. Other top scorers are center Kippes, 15.0, forward Ed Briscoe, 14.0, forward Ray Szl- anda, 12.3, and forward Chuck DeMorsl, 11.0. Starting guard Jim Massick has a 7.7 average. The truth of just how good Pa«22 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Pec. 11,196t with Regis in Denver, the Bears travel to California for a four- game trip. They tackle Pomona College, Los Angeles State, Pep-i perdine, and Whittier. CSC meets Colorado College: John Unitas Named NFL Most Valuable By JACK HAND Associated Prt» Sports Writer with Adams State on January 8. The Bears soundly walloped CC in Greeley last Friday, 11157. "Win or lose, our concern Is to play our best basketball on the coast against this good competition. We won't lose unless we're outmanned," said the popular coach. The most phenomenal thing about CSC's first three games has been its shooting percentage. The squad as a whole has an Associated Press panel. the Bears are will be told inja 47 per cent average and the the next six games. All art on top five scorers are all hitting the road and the competition gets stiffer. After the 50 per cent or over. In the middle of the 1963 season when the Colts were strug- in five of their last six games Unitas, the rags-to-riehes and a third place finish. quarterback who was rescued from the semipros by the Colts, won by a landslide vote of the 42-man committee, including three from each league city. Two members did not vote in that category, but 32 named Unitas. Jim Brown, Cleveland's all-league fullback, drew five votes. Lenny Moore of Baltimore got two, and Johnny Morris of the Chicago Bears got DU Invitational Next Bulldog Swimmers Beat Eaton 56-39 In Dual Meet Top percentage shooter is one. Saturday contest Chuck DeMorsl with a 61 per cent showing. Joe Folda is hit- ling 59 per cent, Ed Kippes, 59 per cent and Briscoe and Szlan- da are each hitting 50 per cent. CSC has also hit nearly 80 per cent of its free throws. vas peddled to Oakland for cur- :ew violations. Speedie hasn't proclaimed anyiswimming team won eight ofidogs in the longrun as Eaton EATON -- College High's] Lack of depth hurt the Bull- ·· - showed. i;'."; Powell, a big, left-handed bat-! :·' j ter, collected 257 total bases in ! : !·' 424 official times at bat. Among :;'-. his extra base hits were 17 dou- :'L Tbles and 39 home runs. iv.;V. Mantle, the leader in "·-"-195C, 1961 and 1962, had 275 total -bases in '64, Including 25 dou- ? bles, two triples and 35 homers, ··. in 465 official trips. Tony Oliva of Minnesota, the batting king, was third in slugging with .557 followed by teammates Bob Allison .553 and Harmon Killebrew .548. Slugging averages are figured by dividing the total of bases accumulated on all hits by the number of limes at bat. defensive changes, but the Bron-j cos are expected to key on Cookie Gilchrist, the Bills' hard-running fullback, rather than the quarterback. Since Speedie took 1 command the Broncos have been knocking opposing quarterbacks dizzy with a vicious blitz. However, with Gilchrist available to keep the defenders honest, the Broncos may have lo ease up on the red-dogging. Mickey Slaughter will start at quarterback for Denver with Jacky Lee ready to move in if he doesn't put some points on ie Scoreboard in short order. It's the same lineup for Bufalo with Jack Kemp scheduled o open at quarterback and Dayle Lamonica waiting in the 1955, vings to relieve if Kemp does tot produce some early points. Joe Auer, one of Buffalo's top running backs, may not see ac- ion. He was called to Miami, ''la., because of his wife's ill- less and may miss the Denver game. Bronco officials said the sea- ion finale here may draw 20,000 ans. The kickoff is at 1:30 p.m. MST. 11 events here Thursday afternoon enroule to a 56-39 dual meet win over the Eaton Reds. West JV Belt Ft. Morgan Sophs, ATTENTION MASONS There will be a Special Communication of Occidental Lodge No. 20, AF «. AM, on Saturday Dec. 12, 1964 at 10:00 a.m. for the purpose of conferring Masonic Burial Services for our deceased brother, Herman Pohl man, late a member of Dead wood Lodge No. 7, AF AM of Deadwood, S. D. Memorial Services will be belt at Adamson Memorial Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be at Sunse! Memorial Gardens. All Masons are urged to at tend. R. J. Newlon Worshipful Master Deaths and Funerals flDRMSON POHLMAN Herman Polllman of. 614 10th St. Husband ot Mrs. Grace Pohhuan. Father oE Robert Fohlnrnn, Mrs. Emll (Clara) Accaniasso and Mrs. Helen Smith all ol Greeley. Also survived by one grandchild. Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday Ail- amson Memorial Chapel. Masonic interment Sunset Memorial G a r d e n s i n rharpe of Occidental Lodi;e No. 20 A.F. £ A.M. Friends who wish may give to the First Christian Church building fund. MACY ALLNUTT MORTUARIES P A U R I S Harvey Lee Parris of 13ush. nell, Illinois, formerly of firccley. Services 1 p.m. Monday from the Drawing It on m. Interment Linn Grove. 'STIKHBX Herman Stieoen of 1327 3rd Ave. Arrangements later. with a 1-1 season's mark while Eaton is 0-2. Both teams will enter swimmers in the Denver yard freestyle he covered the and Eaton's other win was by Alan Goodell in the diving. :icked up many points by tak-j Three outstanding times were ing seconds and thirds. turned in during the meet, two The win leaves the Bulldogslby Nic Walsh. Walsh skipped over the water in :2-1.9 in the iO yard freestyle -.nd in the 100 University dav. Invitational Satur- dislance in :58.6. Dave Adams recorded a fine Double winners for C o a c h time for Eaton in the 400 yard freestyle. Adams stopped the clock in 4:55.0 and all three times should be good enough to place in Ihe DU Invitational. FORT MORGAN -- The Gree- iey West Junior Varsity Thursday easily defeated the Fort Morgan Sophomores, 80-29, for its second victory of the year without a loss. Coach Al Tucker used a dozen players with only one failing to score. Larry Brunz, ball-stealing guard, led the parade with 16 poinls followed by Rich Sallee with 14, Gary Weimer Jim Lawrence 9 and Jim Burton 8. Fort Morgan scored only a field goal and a free throw in the first period. West JVs (80) Ft. Morgan G F (29) G George Brooks' Bulldogs were: Nic Walsh in the 50 and 100 yard freestyles, Jim Harlman in the 200 yard individual med- lev relay and 100 yard backstroke, and Ed Colby in the 100 yard butterfly and the 100 yard breaststroke. Dave Adams was a double winner for Coach Jim Hasty's Reds. Adams copped the 200 3, Tom Schneider, E. T--2:16.1. Regis' top scorer is Jay Coakley with a 15.8 average. Jon Rapp is hitting 14.5 points per game. Briscoe, 6-4. and DeMorst, 6- will start at forwards for the Bears. Kippes, 6-6, will be at center and Folda, 5-10, and Massick, 6-3, will be the guards. Coach Mick Pahl of Regis will itart Roger Harris, 6-3, and lapp, 6-5, at forwards. Freshman Joe Kaveney, 6-4, at cen- er, and Coakley, 6-3, and Tony leed, 5-11, at guards. Gametime is 8 p.m. Saturday night in the Regis Fieldhouse. College High (Slater, M. Walsh, Dooley, Weaver). T--2:42.3. 200-Yard Freestyle: 1, Dave Adams, E; 2, Roger Muhr, CH; Former AFA Grid Ass't. Dies in Crash PATRICK AIR F O R C E BASE, Fla. (AP) -- A former assistant football coach at Air Force Academy, Capt. Thomas N. Bakke, 38, was killed Thursday in the crash of a twin- et JB-57B al Patrick Air Force 3ase. Officials said the plane faltered on takeoff and crashed, kill- tog Bakke and T. Sgl. Harold Jelt, 27. Bakke, the pilot, was a native of Centralia, Mo. He leaves a widow and five children. Jett is survived by widow and four children. Bakke, end coach at the Air Force Academy from 1958 to 1961, played football at University of Denver in 1946 and 1947 before receiving an appointment lo the Naval Academy at Annapolis. He played varsity football in 1949 and 1950, serving as captain in his final playing year. His brother, Quentin Bakke, also played at Denver University, and" is teaching in Centralia, where their parents reside. Burton Duncan Johnson Brown Kinkade Lawrence Hamilton Brunz Bailee Weimer Hunter Heimbuck 0 Cowan 0 Hay 0 Washbnrn 0 Kitt'man 1 Gollart 1 Smith 1 Lebsock 0 Sch'b'g'r 0 2 1 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 West JVs_ FM Sohpt. Boston Licks Royals With 116-101 Crush 37 6 12 5 17 22 21 19-80 . 3 8 7 11--29 TheResuts: 200-Yard Medley Relay: 50-Yard Freestyle: Nic Walsh, CH; 2, Rick Adams, E; and 400 yard freestyle races. Both of College High's other wins came in the two relay rac- 3 Bary Sullivan, E. T :24.9. 200-Yard Individual Medley 1, Jim Hartman, CH; 2, Bob Loos, E; 3, Allan Goodell, E. T-2:46.0. 1-Meter Diving: 1, Alan Goodell, E; 2, Kurt Barlon, CH. 100-Yard Butterfly: 1, Ed Colby, CH; 2, Bob Loos, E; 3, John John B.unn To Conduct Cage Clinic AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP)^John W. Bunn, former Colorado State College basketball coach and author of several books on the sport, will con- _ .-!,,,»«,»· p T duct a clinic for coaches and! E - ?· Tom Schneider, E. T- Schneider, E. T-l:11.5. 100-Yard Freestyle: 1, Nic Walsh, CH; 2, Jerry Baab, E; 3, Bill Spaedt. E. T-:58.6. 100-Yard Backstroke: 1, Jim Harlman, CH; 2, Benny Carey, Drake Tips CU, 60-58 BOULDER, Colo., A P ) Trailing all the way, Colorado surged in the final five minutes but could not catch Drake and lost to the visitors 60-58 Thursday night in a non-conference basketball game. Drake rolled lo a 37-24 halftime lead but Colorado chipped away and narrowed the gap to four points with 1:17 to play. Herman Watson preserved the D r a k e triumph with four straighl free throws. The Buffaloes got their final basket on a layup by Lynn Baker after a stolen pass with 17 Unitas climbed back up where he was in the golden years of Baltimore championsliips as he led the Colts to 11 straight victories this season after an opening day defeat by Minnesota. With Baltimore'already assured of a title game against either Cleveland or St. Louis Dec. 27, Unitas can do no wrong. Strange as it might seem, Unitas has been throwing less this season. In fad, his tolal of 285 passes with one game to go is his lowest since the 263 in 1958. seconds left. Gene West On Tap With Preps BASKETBALL Friday Welco Weld Central at College High, 6:45 and 8:15 p.m. Roosevelt at Eaton. Highland at Windsor. Platte Valley at Valley High. ^Jon-Conference Denver George Washington at Ireeley Central, 7 and 8:15 p.m. Denver Lutheran at Fort Lup- game scoring honors with 18 points. Baker led Colorado with 17, including 12 in the last 10 minutes. The outcome gave the Buffs a 2-2 record and raised Drake, Missouri Valley co-champions, to 2-1. ton. Cheyenne East at Fort Col- officials Monday night. |1:09 - 3 Bunn now lives at Glenwood.. , -- ,, VT " Springs. He is a member of the AdaDms ' E; ,, 2 ', Do "?, " ° ,, \1 Hnaor Mimr (M Basketball Rules Committee. nave Howard Twilley Sets Pair of Football Records NEW YORK (AP) - Howard iTwilley, a 5-foot-10 junior majoring in mathematics at Tulsa. established a pair ol major college records during the 1964 football season. The split end, on the receiving end of quarlerback Jerry Rhome's pusses, hauled in 95 catches for 1,178 yards and surpassed Ihe previous highs of 70 catches by Baylor's Larry Elkins in 1963 and 1,007 yards by Oregon State's Vern Burke in 1962. Twilley, the only player under six feet in the top 20 listed in the Colby, CH; 2, Paul Holland, E; 3, Val Underwood, CH. T 1:15.5. 200-Yard Freestyle Relay: 1, College High (Doug DeVoe, Jack Dooley, Ron Weaver, M a r k Walsh); 2, Eaton (Rick Adams, Jerry Baab, Paul Holland, Benny Carey). T-- 2:04.0. of Drake took Small Schools Set Saturday Football Games Package TV Will Show Baseball By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Package elevision, the little miracle of he electronics age that some- :imes gushes gold, is about to engulf baseball. In January 1964, Columbia Broadcasting System agreed to pay the National Football League $28,200,000 to telecast every regular-season NFL game for the next two years. Shortly thereafter, the National Broadcasting Co. gave the American Football League $36 million for the rights to telecast every AFL game for the next five years. Now along comes Organized Baseball, with an envious glance at pro football, also seeking a piece of the rich pie. A committee, headed by owner John Felzer of the Detroit Tigers, has Been negotiating with the American Broadcasting Co. for a '.elevision Game- Heath Belts Ft. Morgan Cagers, 65-28 FORT MORGAN- The Heath Junior High Panlhers produced slunning defensive play in the second period to defeat Fort Morgan J.H.. 65-28, ThursdaylNCAA Service Bureau's final afternoon here. [Statistics rankings, caught 13 a t Westminster, Md., last sum- In the first period, Fort Mor- touchdown passes. His total was two shy of the mark set by Vito Ragazzo of William and Mary in 1949. gan's Randy Gettman scored seven points and led his mates to an 11-3 lead. Getlman also forced Healh rebounding leaderj Gene Lyster to foul out in " ie !$f'nt'0 first period. ' But in the final two minutes! Panel T0 Meet of the opening period and the second quarter saw Fort Morgan score but one field goal, December 21st Aurora Central at Longmont. Sidney, Neb., at Sterling. Littleton at Fort Morgan. North Central Evans at Lyons. Erie at Estes Park. Saturday North Central Estes Park at Central City. Lyons at Wiggins. Non-Conference Greeley West JVs at Cheyenne Central Sophs, 10 a.m. Greeley West JVs at Evans, 6:30 8:15 p.m. Greeley Central at Arvsria West. 7 and 8:15 p.m. Fort Morgan Sophs at Prairie. Fort Collins at Englewood. Denver Lincoln at Loveland. Poudre at Pueblo South. Fort Morgan at Arapahoe. Sterling at Littleton. WRESTLING Friday Welco College High at Weld Central. Valley High at Platte Valley. Eaton at Roosevelt. Non-Conference Greeley Central at Boulder 7:30 p.m. Longmont at Broomfield. Sterling at Sidney, Neb. Fruila, Brighton, Ranum a! Loveland Quadrangular. Wasson at forl Collins. Saturday Non-Conference Valley High, Fort Lupton Roosevelt, Loveland B-team, Ft Morgan at College High Invita tional, 10 a.m. , u .x. .., ,,.,,,,.,. .,,,,, ,, ,,.,. Greeley Central at Arvada tor. "And I want to shut up a lot West, 2 p.m. of mouths who are saying I am' Highland at Denver West B- finished." team. Nobody is saying washed up or By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While the big boys continue to mark time before heading into posl-season football bowl action several smaller schools meet in their own classics Saturday. The line-up shows seventh- ranked Massachusetts againsl No. 8 East Carolina in the Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla.; sixth-ranked Concordia, Minn.; vs. No. 10 Sam Houston State in the NAIA Champion Bowl at Augusta, Ga., State, Okla., and Cameron against Long Beach City College in Ihe Junior of-the-Week spectacular during the 1965 season. ABC is said to be ready to pay 55 million for the package which would consist of 25 Saturday afternoon games to be televised coast lo coast. The revenue would be divided equally among all clubs in the major leagues with the exception of the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies whose television commitments extend through 1965. There still are some complications thai have lo be settled, Moore Gets AP Nod as 'H Comback By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) -- When Lenny Moore reported to the Baltimore Colts' training camp mer he was only the No. 2 left halfback. Injuries had cut deep ly into his effectiveness the past two seasons. "1 want to prove to myself I still have it," Moore told a visi- Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif such as blacked-out areas Cameron State and Long'and conflicts with local ttle- Beach Cily College boast the'casls. Should all bugs be ironed best records of Saturday's oppo- out, the Saturday special will nenls. Each has sailed through be on a one-year basis only, nine games undefeated and un-| The Fetzer committee has ied. Concordia is 10-0-0 and hopes of pushing through a $20,Sam Houston State 9-1, Massachusetts and East Carolina are 8-1-n. Moore is; Poudre, finish at Sterling in USE TRIBUNE.WANT ADS million television package for 1966, with the idea of interesting a national network in televising a Monday night Game-of-theWeek: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Cincinnati Royals have secont ] _ n _ . finished these triple dual meet. that by Jerry HemharT John! DENVER (AP) -- The Colo-!days. An Associated Press panel! Fort Collins at Laramie. Shelton and Jeff Adams teamedlrado Racing Commission willjof 42 sports writers and sport-j Valley High, Fort Luptnn, En- defensively on Gettman. imeet Dec. 21 at which time, itjeasters, three from eachjlon, Yuma, Wray, Loveland B-| given the champion Boston Celtics fits the last two years in the National Basketball Associalion.: They look the season series and forced the Celts to the utmost before losing in the playoffs. It's a different story so far wnrpd 14 nninli -leiinsl Greeleviing track between Pueblo and Moore, the Sputnik who came; L° I' 1JSTriS oTd TM Colorado Springs. out of Penn State in ,956 to daz- Heath scored 23 points in theisaid Pikes Peak Meadows will league city, has named Moore team, Fort Morgan at Collegejards Mortuary; Earl's Floor Covering; May's standard Service; ·cond nerind to L'rab a 37-13 be asked to produce a progress!the Comeback of the Year in thelHigh Invitational. 9 a.m., 1:30 Windsor Hardware «. Supply; J. J. Schacfcr, Trkg.; Kennedy Mime lead. Gettman! whoireport on its proposed horserac- ! National Football League. ! an 3 7:30 p.m. ch " r °" t; Fra " s ""^ st "" ; s °TM s °" J ' w °""- HEAR Special Christmas Music 'Sunday, Dec. 13th, Brought Tfi You On KFKA 1310 on your radio dial By These Progressive Weld County Merchants 6:00- 7:30 Around the Christmas Tree, Music Box Wonderland, Lan/a Sings C h r i s t m a s Carols and Greetings from Germany. Windsor Community Bcstwpy Bidg. Center; S M Grocery Mkt.; Bishop-Richie; :dy Meeker last Friday, wound up with 17 points. Bill Waterman topped Heath with 17 followed by Adams with 11 and Randy Elgin with 10. Spring: Midway Enterprises. Inc. hassle the league with his blinding been granted dates for a 50-day speed, has scored 18 touch- race meeting, beginning April downs, one short of the league SWIMMING Saturday Non-Conference College High, Eaton at Den- this season. The Royals haven't J f h bj ' d iod w .,. proval of its facilities. i.nt linninn flin nlnmnC " * - I t i;roi- rannrltwl thai 29, subject to commission ap-jrecord of 19 set by Jim TaylorL^ ver University Prep Invitation- .jterman and Paul Lynch scored Ft. Morgan G F (28) G MONUMENTS and MARKERS yet beaten the champs. Boston made it four straight, . , over the Royals Thursday, ^i Hcath nmv has a 2 . 0 rcc ord 116-101 crusher on Cincinnati's ,, , ? , « , home court. The Celtics did it| Meatn l "' the hard way, too. They trailed in the second quarter by lal points. ; The St. Louis Hawks beat thel L y nch Lakers 85-91 in their game al Magnuson Los Angeles in the other NBA'.Adams game scheduled Thursday. Turner jot Green Bay in 1902. Moore has! it was reported that Kenneth;scored at least onci- in -jach of! P. Herrington, president of the the last 16 games he has played. Shamrock Engineering Co. of When Weeb Kwuank was un- 60 Years of Leadership In Granite and Bronze Monumenti OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment llalnh Holllsier OREELEY MONUMENT CO. 1015 7th Ave. Bill Russell's 24 rebounds as he outplayed Jerry Lucas sparked Boston's comeback. In addition, he scored five straight baskets in the third quarter. Shelton Elgin Hertzke Lyster Miller 3 Gettman 0 Wcitzel 0 Wright 1 Reinhart 1 Schiller 0 Yearous 0 4 0 p 1 Shamrock Engineering . Gary, Ind., has conferred willi.d" fire at Baltimore, one of the Midway officials and commis-jcomplamts was lhat he insisted ion moving Moore inside to take _ , sion representatives. ' ": rri,.. « nnn _t ....Erl The report said Herrington advantage of his running ability ! was interested in taking over Ihe as well as his pass catching. Betsy Rawls, Boros Take Lead In Mixed Open SEBRING, Fla. (AP) us Boros and Betsy Rawls, j (proposed track. Barns have'Many observers thought Moore clicking beautifully as a team, 'been built at the site and a mile was most valuable as an outside "--·' - '- J "° '- "^ 9:35-10:15 Merry Are The Bells (William Dawson Chorale) 1:00- 1:30 Christmas Fantasy First National Bank 1:35- 3:00 The Little Star of Bethlehem Now is Ihe Caroling Season (Fred Waring), Christinas Carousel (Pcjrgy Lee) and Christmas Dreaming (Frank Sinatra) LaSalle Community S. Platte Nat'l. Bank; LaSalle Groc. 4 Mkt.; Weld Co. Lum|ber: Norman Drug; Al's Cafe; LaSalle Plumbing; Royal Chemi- ical; Bargain Center; Reichert Packing; Frewnan Truck Bodies; -- Juli-'Johnson's Market; Weld Co. Filling Station. j o . An I"- U U " fired a four-under-par 68 in 25- Handel's Messiah KFKA 0 0 0 0 'jracing strip graded, bin a flanker-type imile winds Thursday to grab fi:00- 7:30 1 igrandsland and other facilities Don Shula succeeded Ewbank|thc first round lead in the $40,-j jhave yet to be built. jin 196:1 and kept Moore inside. JOOO Scotch Mixed Foursome i 'Nobody is worrying about that] Golf Tournament. ' 'anymore. As a runner Lenny I The burly Boros, playing in! First Nat'l Bank; Hays Market; Geo. Floth, Chevron Station; has gained 562 yards on 144 car-his first tournament in m ore:J° nns '°w n . JHa r d TMare; Cai-l c. Burch, ins. and Real Estate; Jef' ' receiver he' ha. than three months, and Missj^J^ jrhnsto^'E^lpme^^hns^r^0?^^^' The Christmas Festival (LeRoy Anderson), Christmas In Germany and Christmas Time (George Wright at the Organ) Johnstown Community BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ries. DAR ES SALAAM - A plant 28 9 10 8 specializing in new medicines is H«ath J.H. 14 23 13 15-65 operating in Tanganyika. Fort Morgan -- 11 J 7 6--28 Saturday's Games New York at Montreal Boston at Toronto Chicago at Delroil gained 1-18 yards on 20 catches. Of the 18 touchdowns, 15 have Rawls, put together Strings Ofljohnstown Package Store, three birdies on nnch nine tol r! u ]-L. l U - I - J _ _ l - _ ! _ ' come on runs and only three onjfinish the round one stroke hi|| P i cnsc clip This Program and Place On Your Radio I passes. front of two other teams. I h ' l l ) u r ua( "°

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