Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1951 · Page 4
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4 GREELEY DAILY TR1BINE Honors Wildcats Lose to High, Basketball · : · ! ( ' · · · hith school basketball' - \\a«! defeated 64 to M in a j ···i-- w i t h the Cheyenne Indians · · · · Friday nipht. T h e Indians · i - w i n n e r s ol thp f.ieeley high ij.MU'iial tournament here last \ '·.·.i^ilini; Wildcat team took the ·IT mill, playiim its best game f.v this weapon, put up a bat- · against the favored Indians i. h rrsultPd in a contest that ·i-yi'nnp fans said was one of the ^l ^-.'en on their floor in a long Boston Invitition Tournament Boston College 56. Bucknell 64. Minnesota 63. Princeton 57. Holy Cross 7?, Arizona SUte All College Basketball Tournament At Oklahoma City San Francisco 65. Tulane 57 (consolation). Wyoming 61. Alabama 53 (con- K State W ! Taylor ! 0ff His PaMrf»v- Cslil.. I??c. 2?--.P-Coach Cbuvk Taylor ot Stanford began taiwrius oil his grid forces' traiuiug today and Kay Eliot ot BX SKIPPER PATRICK Illinois continued to fret about the ! Kansas City, Dec. 29.--J/}--1'ho? conditiou of his players as Rose : Allen's Kansas Jayhawks, one of j Bowl time drew nearer. Taylor, talking from his temporary re-ideiice at the mountain resort of Arrowhead Springs above | Whitworth Beats Ags I Union Pacific Sued High OPS Official is |For Evansion Wreck Th* Wildcats, nltho a little t ,",i about setting up their play pat- i'--up. worked the hall In and hit ui'11. Tlu'ir shooting, however, was f i t aM" to match that of the In- rlimiF. who are sharp shooters [rum all parts of the floor anil dan- ccnius at all times. It was csti- fali'd they bagged about 40 per C'Mit of their shots. Chuck llryant scored 15 points lo top t h e Indians. Six of his seven baskets were made, on long shots. Coach Jim IJaggot used nine men, ami all of them played a good fame. Ken Schlugel rebounded bet trr t h a n at any time this season. Krankie Morris led the Wildcats w i l h 13 points. He. drove well and Eel up the Wildcat plays. Wayne Nordell got into action in I h n last quarter and got three has- lii-lB to turn in a Rood performance. Bnli Ruyle, Theodus Holland and lion Ilahlstrom played steady ball, bin were off at the hoop. Boh Ilahlstrom hit well to get 10 points. Hill Droegemuller and Jim Tanner also saw somo action and stood out with their floor games. Cheyenne won the second-team camp, 51 to 4S, wllh Clarence Kiss- Ipr leading Greeloy score.TM with 17 points. It was a nln-nnil-tni'k hall came all the way. Everyone In the Greeley line-up got into the scar- ini:. Hriscoe registered 10 and Rutherford 9. For the. Cheyenne, varsity, it was Its second win over a Northern league opponent In two consecu- Tulsa "7. Idaho 75 (overtime). Okla. City 46. Okla. Aggies 35. Big Seven Baiketball Tournament At Kansas City Stanford 103. Iowa State 102 (overtime) (first round consolation). Colorado 6S. Nebraska 63. (Championship bracket, semi-finals) Missouri 61. Oklahoma 49. Kansas 90. Kansas State SS (overtime). Southwell Conference Tournament Southern Methodist 54, Arkansas 40 (first round consolation). Texas Christian 51, Vanderbilt 49 (semi-finals). Gator Bowl Basketball Tournament Florida 62. Georgia 47. Clemson 62, (Seorgla 47. Texas AM 52. Texas 51. Rice 76, Baylor 64. --. Norbert Woodi, above, Wartburg college defensive tackle during the past grid seaion, was selected as the Knlghu 1 best athlete for the month of November. Woods Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woods, 912 Fourteenth avenue. Selected by « committee of "W" club members upon recommendations from the coaching staff for performances during the the pre-meet favorites, and the long '· shot Missouri Tigers meet for the sixth Big Seven conference basketball tournament title tonight. Kansas, never a · tournament champion, advanced to the finals wilh a 9D-SS overtime victory over irch rival Kansas State last night. The Missourians upset Oklahoma. 61-49. Oklahoma upset guest team Stanford in the first round. Kansas and Missouri start at 7 p.m. (MST), with Oklahoma and Kansas State getting off at 8:45. Afternoon consolation r o u n d ames match Nebraska aud Iowa tale at 1 o'clock and Stanford nd Colorado at 3 o'clock. Stanford beat Iowa State W3- 02 in a consolation bracket gain?. 'he previous high fame total o! 54 points was set last Thursday Ight as Kansas State beat Ne- raska 87-67. Both Stanford and Iowa State mashed Kansas State's one tean mark of S7 points. Big Clyde Lovellette was the SiKaue, Wash., Dec. *S. -- w -Whitworth College evened matters with Colorado A and M by scoring a 77-69 victory Thursday night after the Aggies had won Wednesday evening's game, 74-68. £ V J t Vi r t l » v " ll^aw u^i.uo ( . u v . v | · » . . Jfn\ l t l f l _ ! i A « /-.-.i Pan Bernardino, said he was CM . | Colo. A4M (69) 'Whltwortr, (77) tins his drills to one each morning. | '8 " '· " Why was he slacking down on | his Pacific coast conference chain-1 · Scothorn f :ha f Carolina: Invitational Tournament At Charlotte, N. C. (First round) South Carolina 78. Georgia Tech 63. Sugar Bowl Basketba St. Louis 73, Villanova 69 (first game) Kentucky 84. Brigham Young 64. National Industrial Phillips 66erfi S8, Santa Maria 60. Midwest Tourney Ottawa (Kas) 62, Indiana Central 81 (overtime). Wayne (Mich) 61, Indiana State 60. Enid Tourney llegis (Denver) 79, Peru (Neb) 64. East Texas Baptist 81, Washburn 77. Phillips U. 67. Arkansas Tech 60. Fort Hays (Kas) 82, East Cen- :ral Okla. 81. Sunshine Tourney Southwestern Okla. 51, Panhandle Oklu. AM 28. Central Okla. 55, Eastern New Mexico 48. Howard Payne 64, Colorado College, 50. Southeastern Okla. 69, Abilene preceding month, "Norby" was the ur.unimous choice of the commit tee. A two-year letterman, Woods was called, "the best defensive linemai in the conference" at a receu meeting of the Iowa conferenc coaches. Coach Ernie Oppermann said he had no peer as a defensiv end, aud was respected by ever opponent. Woods played tackle an end for Wartburg. Woods played tackle for th Greeley high school team, makin all-state In his senior year. A sop] omore at Wtirtburg, he plans ot transferring to Colorado AM next fall. He Is spending Christmas vacation with his parents. :ingpln In the Kansas victory over iansas State, the defending tournament and Big Seven champion, le scored 27 points and pitched in .lie winning two points before fouling out with less than two minutes remaining in overtime. A desperation fielder by John (Hoot) Gibson a split second he- lore tlte bell in regulation time had given Kansas State an 80-80 tie The Kansas State trailed by 19 points at one time in the socont quarter as Kansas hit 54 percen ot Us field shots in the firs twenty minutes. Kan. State (88) IKancas (90) Players: G. F.iPlayers: G. F "1 feel it is wise to slow down thp pace. My kids looked bad Thursday b u t yesterday t h e y looked all right." he answered. "1 think they are just about ready, all except the tapering ot! process. Yes, that goes for their mental and physical condition both." Taylor said he was undecided about a final workout Monday. He'll make a decision later. "And there'll be no more scrim mage," he added. "We can't afford to take any chances of further injuries." What about the worries aud. as omi writer expressed it, the 'moans and groans" from the Illiui coach? Taylor laughed aloud. "I can match 'cm" he retorted. "But I guess that's just natural, and 1 RUBSS both of the teams will bo ready and give a good account of themselves New Year's day." Eliot had one less worry after yesterday's final scrimage. Defensive left end Frank Wodziak came through the test in fine shape as far as a glmpy knee waa concerned, and will start the game. Howe g Betz g Kinnard I Kuhn g Pivic g liDoherty f 12 IJKreeman f 1 !· Poison c S Ij Kay Beach g 2 O^'hiesen g 2 llLethbridge f 2 0 Roy Beach g 0 01 Smith g 2 |Bohannon g. 1 Long f 0 Held on Morals Charge Alter Hiding In Attic Salt Lake City, D*c. K Two dauisse suits totaling were filed today in third district i West L*al, XJ.. Dec. IS court against I'nion Pacilic rail- i Richard }. Tan-am, an office ti road in the Nov. 12 train wreck I rrice stabilization eiecutive, and l i v e ' n i g h t s . The Indians downed I Christian 68. Boulder 71-2!) Thursday night. Other Games Greeley (52) Michigan State 67, Dartmouth 42. Players G F P Minnesota 63, Princeton 57. B. DelBtrom f -- ' " . . .. Holland f _ Schlngel f .. Dalilstrom f Nordell c Morris g Washington State 71, Northwest- Bufts Win; Stanford and Iowa State Set Scoring Mark of 205 Kansas City, Dec. 29.--W--Colorado's Buffaloes rallied sharply ia the last quarter for a 68-to-63 victory over the Nebraska Cornhusk- ers in a first round consolation bracket game of the Big Seven Conference basketball tournament yesterday, Stanford University's Indians rallied In the. closing minutes of a wild-scoring affair to tie Iowa State 97-97 at the end of regulation play and then went on to win 103 to 102 in overtime In tha second tilt. The consolation games were (tihson I Peck f Smith f Knostman I Carby c Prlsock o Iverson g Wilson g Mousey g Ppson g \enney f Alberts f Jenhnnl f leitholt i Toals 33 22 .ovelllette c 12 3 Born \eller c -lougland g D.Kelley g Squires g A. Kelley g Totals 37 16 Score by quarters: Kansas State .... 19 16 20 25 8--8; G. F. iansas -- Missouri (61) D layers: Dlppold f Park £ Bell f Landolt f Helms f Ruyle g -- Totals -.22 8 21 Cheyenne (64) Players G F P Bryant f 7 1 2 Bogaard f . 2 4 4 Furman c . 4 0 8 Nichols g 4 3 2 Mitchell g 4 3 4 Diller g 3 5 B Totals 24 16 25 Sterling Wrestlers Defeat College Hi Sterling high defeated College high. 46 to 10, in wrestling at Sterling Friday. College high bad to forfeit In four weights, 103, 133, 175 and heavyweight, because it did not have entries. This gave Sterling 20 points. One of the Bulldog's best wrestlers, Richard Saner, was ill. The. results: S5: Hochuadle, S, pinned Parsons in 23 seconds of the first round. 112: Wilkinson. C, pinned Morris in 4:50 of the third round. 120: Horn, C, pinned Dernier in 3:5n second round. 127: McGill. S, pinned Dimmick in 3:18 second round. 138: K. Eckstein, S. declsioned M a r t i n 4-2 on riding time. 145: Williams, S. decisioned Vohs on riding time. 4-3. 154: Vonfeldt, S, pinned Roth 1:0! first round. 165: B. Eckstein. S, pinned Fenno In 1:13 first, round. M e c h a n i c a l drying reduces the dan^pr o£ fire from spontaneous combustion in bay. ern 64. Illinois 73, UCLA 67. Iowa 86, Oregon 72. California 68, Wisconsin 49. Yale 80, Tampa 63. Washington 78, Ohio State 43. Depaul 84, St. Ambrose 62. Gonzaga 69, Montana 02. Portland 52, Oregon State 43. Memphis State 69, Whitworth 60. Montana State 65, Eastern Wash 82. Augustltana (SD) 55, Grlnnell 53. Superior (Win) 68, North Dakota State 60. Baker (Kas) 48, Southwestern (Kas) 42. Otah Branch Aggies 71, Ricks 63. Chaffey (Calif) .1C 66, Compton 28 21 15 16 10--90 Oklahoma (49) lart f Norton I Blue f Stauffer c 8 10 Rogers £ 65. Weber 61, Dixie (Utah) 48: Carbon (Utah) 63, Mesa 54. Colorado High School Basketball Longmont 62, Brush 25. Longmont B 40, Brush B 21. Cheyenne 64, Greeley 52. Pueblo Central 43, Fort Collins ). Fort Collins B 46, Wellington A, 43 (second overtime). Loveland 43, Regis of Denver 39. Canon City 46. Englewood 39. La Junta 42, Alamosa 35. Ordway 40, La Junta. B 30. Rocky Ford 57, Manzanola 49. Grover Beats Crook Uto played under an experimental rule which gave the ball automatically out of bounds to a team scoring a free throw, and It paid of£ handsomely for Colorado in the second half. Five times the Buffaloes scored free throws, then given the hall on the sideline counted a fielder he- tore losing possession. Colorado caught up for the first time at 67-57 with about seven minutes remaining. The Buffaloes gave up the lead momentarily but caught up again at 63-all, went ahead on John Amaya's fielder and stayed there. Art Bunte, freshman center, scored 21 points £or Colorado, 14 of them in the second half. . Nebraska (63) 1 Colorado (68) Reltor c Adams g Murrey g Hughes g Casteel g Wilfong g Totals 22 1 layers: ones f 1 ilcEachron f 1 G. F. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Waller c Churchill c Grossman g L.ane g Knox g Cummins g Fleshman g 0 Eliot didn't say 60, but it was understood that Cliff AValdbescr will make his debut as the starting right end--quite a debut for a sophomore to win such an assignment in such an important game. Waldbescr would replace Lawrence (Buster) Stevens. Several players came up with bruises but there was no serious mishap. Gitcrest Stops Lyons, 62 to 55 Lyons. Dec. 28--After trailing 4023 at hairtime, Gilcrest went on a rampage in the last halt here tonight to take a 62-to-55 -victory from Lyons. The Gilcrest team scored 39 points in the last two stanzas while holding the hometown team to 15. Gilcrest (62) | Lyons (55) Totals 32 5| Totals 30 17 Score by quarters: Colo. AM 12 17 20 20- Whltworth _.._ 18 20 17 22- Free throws missed: Colorado A and M -- Scothoru, Herucha. Phlc; Whitworth -- Lethbridge, Poison 2, Ray Beach 2, Bohannon, Long. Wizards Whip Frederick Windsor. Dec. 28--The Windso Wizards tied the score at 4-all then jumped into a lead which the; never lost to whip Frederick of th platte Valley league, 51 to 24, i an inter-league basketball gam here tonight. The Poudro Valle league team comanded a 24-13 hal time margin, which It held cor fortably thru the last two period Frederick (24) (Windsor (51) Major, f Siccarell, f Vidal, f Homy, f Sabodos. g Montez, s Petroft, c Lucci, g ia ft i o Totals 8 8 ffl Margheim, { 4 Weber, f 1 Streeb, I 0 1 Baxter, c J Lutz, g 3 Schaefer, K 0 Peterson, f 6 Anderson, g 0 near Evanston, Wyo. Mrs. Flaraue H. Preece of Ogden. Utah, widow ol Hiram B. Preece. Union Pacific brakeman, asked $125,000 damages for herself and seven heirs. Preece was rear brakeman on the streamlined U. P. City of Los Angeles which was mined from behind by the City San Francisco during a blinding lowstorm Nov. 12. Siitcen others ed in the wreck. John H. Branstitter of Evanston, reman on the City of San Fransco, filed the second complaiut, sking $40,000 damages. He is re- overing from Injuries suffered in he wreck. The investigation of the reck is being held up pending his eturu to health. Both suits were filed under pro- isions of the federal safety ap- liance act. Mrs. Preece charged the railroad vith six negligent acts, including xcesslve speed by the City of San Francisco, failure of the San Fran- Isco to halt after passing a yellow aud then a red block signal and operational failure of the fireman's indshield wiper on the San Francisco. Branstitter's suit charged the railroad with five acts of ne«!i- ;ence, including speed, block sig- jal and wlndsureld allegations con- :ained in Mrs. Preece's suit. Weekend Spoils Slate Northern Conference Fort Collins at Cheyenne. Englewood at Pueblo Centennial. Boulder at Delta Tournament. THURSDAY NIGHT'S FIGHTS Pressl BSoc Milwaukee--Johnny Bratton, 148, Chicago, outpointed Livio Mlnelll, ISO'/a, Italy. 10. Minneapolis--Del Flanagan, 14U, St. Paul, stopped Hermle Freeman, 135. Bangor, Me., 9. Wilmington. Del.--Geirge Tsal- darls, 185. Greece, knocked out Clarence "Buck" Jones, 216. Baltimore 1. the wife of a Newark physician were arrested Here early today 03 charges of adultery. Tarraut. 54. of Upper Montclalr, and Mrs. Mary Patricia Sheehsn, 3S. of East Orange, were taken into custody at the Sheehan's summer home. here. They waived a hearing betorJt magistrate Elmer Hurley of Ocean Township and were released in Sl.i.ipn bail each to await action of the Monmouth county grand jury. A complaint against the coupl« was made by Mrs. Sheehan's husband. Dr. Daniel Sheehan, of Newark. Tarrant Is chi?f of field operations for the OPS In Washington and was director of the Newark^ district OPS office until Aug. !, when he was named to the "Washington post. He is married «nd ha» five children. Police Captain Richard Garrity who went to the summer horn* with Dr. Sheehau aud private detectives at 12:45 a.m. said Mrs. Sheohan came to the door clad in. night clothes and a robe. He said detectives searched the house and found Tarrant, similarly garbed, hiding in the attic. A divorce suit, brought by Dr. She?han against his wife, is scheduled for tria! January 7 In Newark. Colosacco Gets 10 Days for Appeal Denver, Dec. 28-- UPI-- Ten days In which to file an appeal to a higher federal court was granted Tony Colosacco, 44. today by U.S. Judge William Lee Knous. Colosacco, well known In Denver police circles, was sentenced to eight years in prison after his con. viction on charges of impersonating a federal agent. The charges involved a shake- Totals 20 11 Totals 16 17 Score by quarters: Missouri 11 16 19 IB--611 Oklahoma Missed 1 free .... 14 15 7 13--49 throws: Missouri-- I fg ft Andrado, g 3 0 P. Linden, g 1 Becker, f 7 Penaflor, g 1 Foster, f 10 D. Ulrlch, f 2 Cogburn, c 2 Totals 26 10 Mack, e Simkims, i FrysiB, c Calvert, c Brodle, f Dirkes, f House, £ Sanford, f fg ft 5 4 down against a Henderson farmer. Totals 24 7 Player* G Weber f 2 Fagler f 1 Fredstrom f 0 Matzke I Johnson c Olt. c Good g Seger g Smaha g Fj Players 2|Gompert f 1| Stewart f U Lawson £ Rangalos f Bttnte e Buchanan g 9 Koop Amaya g MUHIIB f OjConway g 4|Harrold g Helms 2, Stuffer 2, Adams, Wll- fong; Oklahoma--Jones. Waller 2, Lane 2, Knox 2, Cummins, Sterling SO, College Hi. 33 26 16 Totals 24 1B| Totals Score by periods: Nebraska _- 23 14 15 11--63 Colorado __14 16 20 18--68 Free throws missed: Nebraska-Fagler, Matzke 3, Johnson 2, Olt 3 Good 2. Colorado--Gomnert 2, Slew- College high, opening Its play In the Northeastern league at Stor ling Friday night, lost to the Tigers, 50'to 38. Inability to hit the hoop in th first half led to the defeat of the Bullodgs. The. Bulldogs got a lot of shots thru the first half, many of them good ones, hut the boll wouldn't stay In the ring. They hit only 10 per cent of their shots in the frigid first half. In the second half, the Bulldogs art 2, Koop, Bunte Munns, Harrold. 4, Amaya 2, Deaths and Funerals A R E U . A N O M r s . FV; O s - ' a nt c,!"-; A r i - ; ! s r ' i of !',' Ji-.ughi.'.T of K nf ',rc-.C:'~ ci .-,-·· fmni M Crook. Dec. 28--Orover beat Croock 48 to 36 in a lion league basketball game here tonight. Grover took a 13 to 3 lead in the first, quarter. Then Crook had two good quarters 12 to 8 In the second anil 15 to in In the third. But Orover came bark strong with 16 points to Crook's 6 In the final period. The Jackralibils lust DOFS thru personals early in the second period. Th? box score: Grover (48) Crook (36) fg It; fg ft j - h u l l 0 l|Steiiinetl 1 2 i K'.irn»5 1 OlFplton fi 4 1 W«rnT S 5,Reid 2 0 ti')=r- 3 lIL-nucr 3 0 i Hiihhli- 6 2:Lynch - 2 0 Eighteen of the 19 players who got. into the game, 10 o£ the Stanford Indians and eight of nine Iowa State players, figured in the scoring in a game that saw every Big Seven Tournament team scor- "unfroze" and outscored the Tigers, hut couldn't overcome the damage done in the first two stanzas, when Sterling ran up a 32-13 edge by halftime. The Bulldogs turned in a good ball game, despite their loss, -with each man doing a good job. Sterling won the curtain-raiser, 46-34. College High (38) ' Fa Ft Pf Palmer, f _. Score by quarters: Gilcrest 15 8 16 23-62 Lyons 26 14 6 9--55 Officials; Silas and Brodie. Wegeman to Join Skiers Sun Valley, Idaho, Dec. 29.--(ffl-- I Paul Wegeman, former Denver University skiing ace, has been granted leave by the navy to workout here with the eight other mem- I hers of the U. S. team for the 1952 winter Olympics. Wegemau, a naval air cadet, will resume this training in March. The skiers will wind up their training here early next month, then participate in two eastern meets. They ivill fly to Osolo, Norway, Jan. 21. Kansas State Star Injured Kansas City, Dec. 28--Iff)--Jim Rousey, star Kansas Stale guard collapsed after the Kansas State Kansas basketball game tonigh and was taken to St. Joseph's hos pital. He suffered a small spon taneous lung rupture, caused by a chest blow late in the. game, a sem final event in the Big Seven con £erence tournament. Attendinj physicians said his injury was no considered too serious. Score by quarters: Frederick 6 7 6 5--24 Windsor -...10 14 13 14--51 Officials: Marten and Reville. Wyoming 61, Alabama 53 'Oklahoma City, Dec. 28--M-Second-seeded Wyoming, upset in the first round of the All-College basketball tournament, came from behind today to win its semifinal contest in the consolation bracket from Alabama, 61 to 53. City Series Opener Set For Monday First game of the 1052 city scries between the basketball teams o Greeley high and College high wil e played at Gunter hall Monday ight. Second teams will meet at Park Church Sermon at 9:30 "Old Tales and New Thrills"/ by Rev. Berton D. Connerly Sermon at 11:00 ,, "The'llluslon of Innocence" by Rev, R. W i l b u r Simmons at 13th Avt. SPLCIAL SERVICE of Interest to members and friends. MRS. EDITH BRAY HOLDEN speaking at the evening service, SUNDAY, 7:45 P.M. A CORDIAL WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL Oral J, Burns, Pastor :45, and the varsity teams will go nto action at 8:15. Greeley high will be out to retain he title, but is expected to get a ough battle from the Bulldogs duv- ng the series. Season records to ate Indicate thB difference be- .ween the two teams is not as much s it has been in the past several years. Greeley high has won three lines in seven games. College high ms yet to win a game, losing its Irst six games. HOCKEY *AT A GLANCE (Associated PreHS Thursday's Results American League Hershey 4, Providence 2. Indianapolis 8, St. Louis 6. ing record broken. The game total of 205 points 1, 20 S Total? 15 6 by q u a r t e r s : 9 1" 16 -4H 3 1 2 ) 5 6--36 bettered the mark of 154 set last night as Kansas State beat Nebraska 87-67. Both beat the individual team record of 87 points set by K-SlRte. Stanford scored first in the overtime with Dave Epperson making two free throws. Ronald Tomslc lilt another free throw to put Stanford ahead 100 to 97. Iowa State caught up for the last time at 100- ull on George Hess's field goal and a free throw by Jim Strange. Keliron Tucker. Stanford guard, put the Indians ahead with a free throw and James Ramstead added 3. field to make It 103-100 with seconds remaining. HOPF got the lust field goal, but time ran out and Iowa State was h p a t o n . Iowa State (102); Stanford (103) Player G F| Player G f nss f 13 llAndrews. f 3 0 i v l s f 2 l|7,aninnvich f 1 1 · Fa Ft 3 2 3 0 __ 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 1 . 0 0 _ 0 0 - _ 13 12 Fg Ft __~ 4 1 Sankey, £ 0 0 Montgomery, f 6 0 Hendon. f 0 0 Ihodps, c 2 1 oenig. g 5 3 (aherline, g 2 7 Schott, g 0 0 J. Mossberg, f . Straight, f Whetstone, f -Shewmake, f -G. MoBsberg, c -- Freemycr, c ... Brunner, g Rusch, g .. Hummel, g Iwata, g Martin, g Totals Sterling (50) Wagner, f Indians Beat Regis HOLLAND J : i i i . I I . ltn',lr,:ui n f W, f ' h A v i ' . l l : i - l K i i : ! n f M r ? . B a r b a r a ji'.ii-iii'i. F.vii'T "f .ia.-k B. H.. a n d .!a-,-,'y W. l l ' i i l a i i i l b i i t h of K r r . f . V y . C,r:iT:'Hallli-r cf Mi- ll v. p c i v i r - i - ? I::'.''! p. in. M n n - room. lnti-nn»nt Linn Grov. 1 . ;;| == WARSHALL 7 S" F LOWERS j |j "Your Friendly Florist" \ il Where Prices Ar» t.t. Friendly as the attr.opphere. Phone 2565-W North 11th Ave. Greenhoutet l/m-b.n'l. !"·'·· "''. Lwl.inrt slaver] off a Ian- l!fcis r a l l y tn .l" lilt Il.lii|-rs. ir, In :i!l. l:l = t nisrlit in a pr^p rar*- c a m f . l i o n n y ; Svk"f nf Ixivpland topped Hip si-nr- I r r = w l l h U point's whil" Dic-h M n = 5 - j man was UK- host for Hi-pis w i t h I i". T!ir I . n v n l a n r l H n r s c i o \ \ n n r t \\ \ TU'Cis r ( i t : rrv r r. '·} t:i :^. : Lovcland (43) f ' Players G 1-Sykfs f 7 11 \Vnhl f 1 .I.Nnvf! f 1 I,Uhriili: f Pirrsks c Lnnp c V n i m c i r i d P»rly E TnlRlR 31 Tucker t U i T n m s i i - f c. r ! , Kpperson c I j S i i z d a l e f f g S'.Iohnson s iiiwalsh s j l v o r f o n g Worland Factory Has Good Run Woriand, Wyo., Dec. 28--Wl-The. Holly Sugar company has finished its 1051 campaign after sacking 36,000,000 pounds of sugar. The plant broke its production record by slicing 1338 tons of beets ever 24 hours. Average yield ot beets in the Worland-Rlverton district which supplies the factory was 14 tous per acre. Southern California Beats Navy Raleigh, N. C., Dec. 28--Iffi-- Bouncing back impressively after its upset by North Carolina yesterday, Southern California defeated Navy 80-64 today in a semifinals bracket consolation game ot the Dixie, zasketball classic. Totals 19 12 Score hy quarters: College High n 4 S 17-38 Sterling 14 IS S 13--BO Officials: Rossi nnd Mnbar. SKATE The old year out and the New Year in MON., DEC. 31st Hats-Novclties-Prizcs ROLLER RINK H E A R These New Year Sermons MILLARD R. FITCH 10:45 A.M.--"God Can Drive The Clouds Away" (The God of our fathers will see you through) 7:30 P. M.--"The Land of Beginning Again" (A clean white sheet) Wishing You a Happy and Prosperous New Year CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Eleventh Avenue at Ninth Street Eleventh Anniversary Sunday-Monday and Tuesday GREELEY BAPTIST TEMPLE Dennis J. Brown Services Sunday 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 6:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m. Services Monday 10 a.m., 2 p.m., 7:45 p.m. to midnight. Services New Years Day, 10 a.m., 2 p.m.,' 7:30 p.m. Public Invited te hear OUT OF TOWN SPEAKERS. See moving pictures, enjoy Christian fellowship. DINNER SERVED AT NOON MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Yes, Three Great Days. Come to one or all the services. Greeley Baptist Temple Dennis J. Brown, Pastor Regis (39) P I a y c r » O I FaiMI" t " I Tirrwy f " j Mar.snian f 4 i Urir.karri [ 1 \ M u r r a y c I ; Ros«l c 1 j Hammons g n Mansfield f 2 r. .·S 2V Totals -S 27 Sf-nrp by q n a r l ^ r ? : Iinva Slalf 2(1 111 r,|l in f.-.-]02 F t a n f n r i l W 21 ?2 2S 6-10:', 1'rrf 1 thunvs misscH: [nwa Statf F ' i -- ! ? · « « t. n R v l f . Lnbrlii!; 2. Slansc. 2 i Piirckf S. Bycrly. Rus?|o. Stnnforrt 1 j - Andrews. Tucker, Tomslc 2. Ram- 0 | f t f s d 3. .lohnson. DUTCH New Year's Eve ?! Totals 17 ! Loveland 27 C.C. Loiss To Texan* Pcrtalcs, N. M.. Dec. 25--«!-- Hn-s-ard Payne colicpe from Brown- wpo.l Ter.. came from behind today to defeat Colorado College from Colorado Pprlnzs. 61-SO in 'he consolation semifinals of the Sunshine basketball tournament. See Nick Lucas Tonight at the Rosedale at (he H South Edge of Greeley MUSIC BY ADOLPH LESSER

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