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Brush-College High Tilt Tops Tri-Valley By BOB SCALES The undefeated I.afnyellc Bob-! cats, leaders in t h e Trt-Valley conference, will take n breather Fri- tiny wilh a non-league conies, against Weld Central. All the oilier (cams in lhc conference will lie hard at il. College High will travel td Brush, Valley High will go to Eaton and Fort Lupton will liosl Windsor. Brush appears lo he the only: temn t h a t has t h e potential of stop-; ping Lafayette and the Ucetdig: gcrs will hnve that opportunity | next week al l«ifnyclle. First.' ll:oy inu.'l gel by unpredictable.- College High. ' | i Alles Ready I ( The Bulldogs will be at f u l l 1 slrenglli whrn they meet Brush = \yitli lhc exception of end Slcvcj I Davis. Davis has a knee injury and he is a doubtful started. Gene Alles. thc loading scorer and" gicr.aid gainer for the Bulldogs slinuld be able to go at full speed Fi iday night and (his will 1C a big 11(1 for C J I . Tlic Bulldogs will have their hards full w h e n they meet llic passing Bceldiggcrfi. The Brush cloven play w i d e open football. Pplitling ends nnd flanking backs nnd usually pass on every third play Tl Frosh Win Fourth Game Colorado Stale College's Freshman baseball team Tuesday defeated the Hong Kong All-Stars '1-2 wilh two runs in Ihe botlotri of the seventh inning at Jackson Milhoan has scored 48 poinls while ,, McKim and Stoops are right on* "'? vlclor ' vvas I|K! Frosh s .is heels wilh 46 poinls apiece.K 0 "'"' D P' n ' 1 one l ,"r 6 " m °' ,. Brush's Mark Kjeldgaard jumped I , Tom . Val '« lln ' °, n '" s , lh l! d h ' 1 ' nto the top four with 18 point s l d r o v c ln a '"" to Iend lhc Frosh s against Valley High last week and now has 3G |Xinls. TRI-VALLEY (Games through Oct. U) Conference Don Ch.1l lion. Both Windsor and Eaton slwuld win over Valley High am Fort Luplon. Windsor is 3-1 in W L T Ph. Opp. Team Lafaycilo 4 0 Windsor 3 1 0 Brush 2 1 0 Eaton 2 2 0 Fort Luplon 1 2 0 College High - . 0 3 0 Valley High .... 0 3 0 seventh inning victory spurt. Carl Killam tripled in two Frosh runs in the sixth. Hong Kong's Gary Harper led the offensive attack for his mates by hilling a solo home run in the first inning and doubling in a run R H El 8 |in thc third. 18 47 !Hong Kong 101 000 0-1 4 2 4G Frosh 0000022--4 5 0 85! Hon Shinn, Dick Krcning (3), fl 62 Harry Dildinc (5), Wayne Dolon 12 40 (7) and Jerri McNeill, Jim Roor- !rfa (3); Ken Bacon, Hal Hudspelh All Games Team W L T Pis. OppJ (5) and Tom Vaughn. I.afaycllc 6 0 0 128 2i| · Windsor 5 1 0 131 Brush Eaton 1 3 0 College High . . 2 4 Fort Luplon 2 4 Valley High .... 0 5 1 . 3 3 0 0 0 110 64 61 0 18 league while Eaton is just about;Weld Central . . 0 6 0 26 175 on! of the tillo picture with a 2-2 record. Fort I.uplon is 1-2 while! Valley High hns vet to win ai game. Scoring Baltlt There is quite a haillc raging ilwtween four boys for the scoring hey have one of thc finest quar- , i( | c L,.,f r , ye i((.' s p,ill Milhonn s( ' tcjbncks in thc league in Ihe image of Jnhn Walrous and prob' leads the league, but Windsor's Gerry McKim und Brush's lion The Results Friday: I.nfayetle 32, College High 2: Windsor 32, Eaton 0; Brush 40, Valley High 12: Kric 5H, Weld Central C: Denver! DENVER AP -- Although in- BYU Halfback Holds Skyline Offense Lead ably the, finest pass receiver in K , C , OKC( | ,, m R 2 i|lls nt j.afaycllc. end lion Sloops. yi'he Hecldiggers are Ihe biggest (cam in the league wilh a line 'average, of 179 iwimds. : ; Likes To Throw :i Coach Pele Brandon al Brush bkc.s to Ihrow and he said, "The teason we last lo Windsor is thnl iOiey kept us bottled up and John (\Va1 rons) couldn't gel his passes Lutheran 34, Forl Luplon 0. The Schedule Friday: College High al Brush 7:30; Valley High al Eaton; Windsor at Fort Lupton: Weld Central · "We generally throw from 17 tii S.n passes per game ami usunlly Cuniplclc 9 to 13 ot Ihcm." remarked Brandon. ; Thc Beetrtiggcrs also have a good running game and speedster Slark Kjeldgaard poses n threat nny defense. ': Tlic Bulldogs, who played two ery fine gomes against Eaton and Windsor, played poorly jgninst Lafayette last week and (heir main weakness was pass defense. The Bulldogs will have to lighten up their Mis Friday and slioot down the Watrous passes il Ihcy expect to pull an upscl. : The Lliw.Upj "The starting lineup for College Iligli: ix-ft Ault Clinches Title Tie Interconference Play, UP Games To Agenda Intel-conference action sweeps lie (or Ihe 1%1 Pondre Valley nred for part of the Utah game, Eldon Forlle, Brigham Young halfback, did well enough to keep his grip on Ihc total offense lead in Skyline Conference football. Fortie has gained Mfl yards rushing and 366 passing for a total ot W2 in 126 plays. Jim Cromar- lie of New Mexico jumped into second place with 404 yards in 50 plays. Utah Stale's Tom Larschied has the best mark in rushing among jplaycrs with 50 carries or more Page 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., Oct. 18, 1961 World Series Share Worth $7,389.12 for Yankees By JACK HAND .might be such legislation at Ihc Assoclattd Pren Sports Writer winter meetings for thc 1962 sea- NEW YORK (AP) -- Each full'son. World Scries share for tlie New York Yankees was worth $7,389.12, thc lowest since 1952, and each Cincinnati share came to $5,356.36. Daseball Commissioner F o r d Frick revealed Tuesday. Second-place Detroit voted 32 43-100 shares at $1,48905 and the Broncos Release AI Carmichael DENVER (AP--Al Cnrmichacl, veteran halfback from Southern California, was released by the Denver Broncos Tuesday by mutual agreement. Carmichael suffered a broken leg in last year's maiden American Football League season, and said he has been unable to regain shares at $1,340.13. Third-place Baltimore voted 33V4 shares at Each Yankee winning cut was almost $1,100 less than Pittsburgh's $8,417.94 payoff last year ;$Wfi.l7 and San Francisco decided on 34 shares at $942.54. Fourth- place Chicago in the American had 34 1-3 shares at $455.78 and Because of the limited capacity of Milwaukee 34 shares at $160.25. s j Friday's Norlh Central and Pou-jdiainpionship. The Bearcats wal- dre Vr.llcy football schedule, while; loped Johnstown 31-7, while Wig- two outstanding games top thc'gins fell to Plalte Valley, defend- Upper Pintle Conference aclion. iing champion, 13 C. Grover and Wellington, current end, John Briggs; left Incklc, Chuck Damn: left guard, Harold Alles; center, Wayne Donr. right guard, Forrest Fisch; right tackle, Kich Higgs; right ejid, Bob Larsen; quarterback, Joel Becbtel, left halfback. Charley Howard; right halfback, Don ijhell: fullback, Gene Alles. ·;Tho starling line-up for Brush: · Left end, lion Stoops: left tackle, John Harvey; left guard, Don Tomnsini; conlcr, Dennis 1-oose; right guard, Ed Hall, right tackle, Don Krout; right end, F. D. Stoops: quarterback, Watrous; light halfback, Buck Olson: left co-leatlcrs in Ihe Upper Plattc, pul their 2-0 won-lost records on Ibe line. Grover plays al Pierce (0-0) anri Wellington goes lo Gale- Ion (2-1). Pierce, one of the highest -scoring football teams in the area, could pose a major h a r r i e r for Grover. And Galeton will try lo preserve its championship hopes. .In the non-conference activities, Ihe North Central and Pondre Valley femn will be in action in five games. Erie, one of the area's j three unbeaten teams, will Ault now has- a 3-0 won-lost rcc- averaging 5.2 yards for 55 trips. Among the league's leading players, Fortie holds the edge in tolnl yardage with 3GG, bul New Mexico's Cromarlie is Ihe best sharpshooter with a .611) percentage, based on 16 completions in 25 tosses. Joe Baden of Utah, with 16 ics for 327 yards, is the best pass receiver in the conference. thc Cincinnati park and the smaller weekday crowds al Yankee St dium. The stadium was not sold out for the Wednesday and Thursday games. Last year the weekend games were played in New- York. The Yanks' checks will be t h e j Ixs Angeles Dodgers voted 38 his playing form this campaign He was used as a flanker back and a kickoff and punt return specialist with the Uroncs. "There's no doubt Ihat Carmichael, al top physical condition, ranks among the grcalesl backs in pro history," snid Gcneial The series shares were figured Manager Dean Griffing in an- only on the piayer pool from the nouncing Carmichael's release, actual receipts. The $3.5 million Carmichael had returned 1C lowest for a winner since the $5,D82.65 shares for the winning Yanks in 1952 after a series wilh Brooklyn. Manager Ralph 1'ouk's club was generous to the extreme, voting 30 1-6 shares plus $4,050 in cash awards. There were 33 full shares and seven fraclional slices. Cincinnati handed out 33 shares -30 full shares anl seven frac- eis'^ National Football League tional shares. The player pool for the series paid for the radio-television rights jkickoffs for 310 yards, 7 punls goes inlo the central fund, 60 per for 58 yards and caught 5 passes cent of which goes to support the for 23 yards in six games this player pension fund. 'season. Green Bay's Hornung and Nitschke Called into Army formation" bul an announcement of Ihe call-up of Honumg and Nitschke was made "because of earlier rumors." Lombardi said early in the day tie hopes a jolting blow Tuesday that "four or five" Green Bay by calling up scoring ehampion:p!aycrs were subject to mililary By DAVE O'HARA Associated Pr«t Sports Writer GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)--The Army dealt Ihc Green Bay Pack- $645,928.28 compared wilh Paul "orming and middle line-jcall, but Ihat the club was trying , . $682,144.82 last year. Seventy per' bacl(er Ra X Nitschke. ' to work out arrangements to percent' of the pool went to the two Although both Hornung and^' 1 lnem to complete thc 1961 scries teams (winner got 60 perJNitschkc are members of lhc cenl, loser 40 per cent), Fifteen! Army reserve, their call to active per cent of the remainder went duty shocked the Packers, who A l l A r n n n / J P l / - i i / to the second-place teams, 10 perjhave streaked to four straight vic- M l l - M r O U n u r I U y cent Io the third-place teams and;ioriec after a 17-13 upset by De- Ners Citations ' " ' "~~ '"""" Hornnng, who will bu 20 Dec. 23, is single. Nitschke, who will be 25 on Dec. 2D, was married about a year ago. Both served five per cent to the fourth-place troit in their opener. All-around performances led to Hie Player-of-the-Week selections for four Greeley football standouts. Tied for Grcelcy Wildcot-of-lhc- Week were versatile Jene Stenccl and Co-Captain Tom Anderson. In presenting them lo the Greeley Quarterback Club Tuesday, Coach Bob Kula described each's per-j formonce in Greeley's 14-6 win ovcr Boulder. teams. Frick said no action had been taken to give the fifth-place team in Ihe American League a share although he understood there Coach Vince Lombardi put off any immediate decision on moves!' to fill key spots on both his offen-, "" .-:.._ ~~.i j_r n _^.'.. n .._!*_ u- «^inj rjack. Gene Fullmer isenling them lo (lie Grcelcyj [ Q K6S Off tO Deer Hunt WEST JORDAN, Ulah (AP) -- six months in the Army a couple :of years age, then went into the sive and defensive units. He noted Ihat the deparlure of Hornung and Nilschke is "two or Ihrce weeks away." The 14lh Army Corps headquarters in Minneapolis announced lhal Hornung has been ordered to report to the 8961 h Engineer Co. at Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 30. Nilschke was told to report to the Also cited 1 were Colorado Statc.NBA middleweight boxing cham-^nd Division, recently activated College interior lineman i Young and College High Chuck Danm. Gcraldlpion Gene Fullmer switched Wed. [Wisconsin National Guard infantry t a c k l c f r o m training for a deer hunt unit, on Nov. 2 at Ft. Lewis, rd in Poudre Valley play and has! . . ut one game Icfl, Nov. 3 al Wuj-' ' s gins. W'iggins is now lied wilh La- BU| Wr|fiht of Bris ,, am Ycung luns i Kula s;|i(1 stcnt , o] w . m h a v c i a g a j n s t B ~enny (Kid) Paret. ! An Army spokesman said or- poue ioi seiunu p u n t 1-1 ^.^^^ 417 ,,,,,.,],. f n r I B kinkj; ^in,.o,i m mum- nn:iiini» l.v ilm Matchmaker Mel Greb of Lasjdcrs normally are "personal in- irecords. ng -to (raining for defense of his title Wash. ! Eric thumped Weld Central, 53-- averaged 42.7 yards for 18 kicks as Ihe top punter. - M 01 . giln O f N O W Mexico oud, 33-0. Erie has a 2-0 Conference record Norlh Central games played so many positions by (he end of the year, they are thinking about hiring him as an assistant coach ncx( year. S(encel played offensive left end and cauglil a couple of im|Paul Allen of Brigham Younglporlanl passes against Boulder. G, in a non-league game last Fri-| s h ows \\ w best record for return- day but enhanced its league stand-| ing HcVoffs among players with ing when Evans blanked Berth- 5 or m0[ . Ci averaging 30 yards. iigninst Bcrthond (Nov. 3 at Love- holds a 2-point margin over Utah Stale's Larschied in scoring, 37 lo 30. Eri and against Lyons (Oct. 27i Ulali Slale this week monopo- ie) left. E.sics Park (2-Djlizcd all team statistics except dc- Laporle in the lop attraction al; mnvc(1 into scconrt p | acc w j| n alfcnse against forward passing. ' - Frederick. Eric lias scored six slraiglil vie torics, Ihe same as Tri-Valley leading Lafayette, and leads area teams in scoring with 174 points. a 29-point average. Other games: Bertlioud al Wiggins. Evans at Johnstown, Esles Park at Pintle Valley and Lyons at Aull. Milliken, of the Upper Plalte, will be idle. Most significant in last weekend's play were the defeats of Wiggins and Borthoud. The losses thrust Ault and Erie into corn- '190 \s~in over Lyons. NORTH CENTRAL (Games through Oct. 13) Conference Defensively S l e n c c l p l a y s middle guard. Al Ihe start of (he year he played offensive and 1 defensive right halfback. Against Vegas, Nev., announced Tues-j day night he had signed Fullmer and Paret, the weHerweight champion, for an NBA middle-! weight championship fight in Las Vegas Dec. 9. Fullmer told The Associated Press he'd seen Paret fight a couple of times on television. "He's a real busy fighter, fast Ala. Senior Named Back Of the Week The Aggies are the league's,tackle. Imost powerful scoring outfit, aver-1 Andcrso Team Erie ............ 2 0 Esles Park -- . 2 1 Berlhoud ...... 1 1 2 2 0 3 All Garnet W L T Pts. Opp. Evans Lyons laging 31.2 points per game. They!sleady performer, both offensive jlead in lotal offense with a game ]y and defensively. His blocking average of 365.-1 yards, in rushing: w a s jnslriimcnl.il in Greeley's win wilh a 249-yard average and pass- i as t Friday. ?!ing wilh 11C.4 yards per game. Young was recognized for his 3o ! . Utah Slate has limited 5 oppo Aurora Friday Stcncel will moveiaiid has good combinations. It'll from defensive middle guard lo!be a rough fight." I Gone, the Mormon mauler, said n was described as a he began training last week for 44 nents to an average of 102.3 yards : osi a t c ' 5 2443 loss lo Colorado the Nalional Boxing Association 72'pcr game, rushing and passing, I College. Daum led College High's the deer season which opens in Utah this Saturday. "I knew 1 couldn't make it up those hills after that deer." Now he'll get in shape to stalk defensive and offensive efforts in Paret in his seventh defense of crown he won by knocking out By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pat Trammell may not be the nost stylish-looking quarlerback around the nation but Ihe rangy Alabama senior gets Ihe job done. ?or turning in another fine per- r ormance, this time against North Carolina State, Trammell was lamed The Associated Press' Back of the Week Tuesday. Completed 10 jf 14 Passn Tlie 6-foo(-2, 103-pounder from Team Krie halfback, Kjeldgaard; fullback, ma nding leaderships. Jesse Freeman. Stay in Contention . While Ihe Bobcats test the winless Hebcls, the rest of the league will be battling to slay in conlen- Dcaths and Funerals 1 0 0 17-1 Evans . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 0 til JEstes Park .... 2 2 0 59 4 5 jand 55.8 yards on Ihe ground. Wy- defense in a 32-2 loss lo Lafayette. Carmen Basilic in 1058. oming had the sloutcsl defense!W"L" T Pis. Opn.'; n B :linst enem y passes, holding 5. j-'foes lo 70.2 yards per game. The Cowboys also have been the In fact Ault clinched at least a Lyons . ---- Bertlioud [hardest to score against, limiting K K I C K S O N Mrs. A l b e r t i n a Krickson of HH2 Sth Avenue. Services 1 p.m. l-'ririnv from Mnr.s D r a w i n g Room. I n t e r m e n t Linn Grove. K E N T .Mrs. Ainada K e n t ot 21sl A v e n u e . Services p.m. Thursday from Mneys Drawing Room. I n l e r m e n t Sunset Memorial Gardens. U1TCH1E A r . h u r E. n i t c h i a of 1504 2Sih Avenue Court. Services 2 p.m. Thursday from Macys D r a w i n g Koom. Interment Sunset .Memorial Gauiens. Dandy Scoring Race Develops jAmong Preps A dandy scoring race has developed among area high school backs. ! Greeley's Ricky Booth scored a louchdown and a conversion against Boulder last Friday lo preserve his- leadership wilh 69 . . 2 4 0 O S 8,1 . . 0 4 0 3 0 0 3 The Results Friday: Eates Park IS, Lyons 0: Evans 38, Berthoud 0; Erie 53, Weld Cenlral 6. The Schedule Friday: i.aporte vs Erie al Frederick; Evans at Johnstown;! Estes Park at Plalte Valley; Lyons at Ault. opponents to an average of G.( points per contest. Claassen Says Buffaloes 'Determined To Go Distance The statistics were released by By HAROLD CLAASSEN ) Mary ( N ) , Navy over Detroit iCommissioner Paul W. Brechler.' Associated Press Sports Writer I ( N ) . NEW YOliK (AP)--After bare-! Saturday: FOUDRE VALLEY (Games through Oct. 13) Conference ream W L T Pis. Opp.! Georgia Tech Guard Cited lop Lineman ly surviving last week's flock of upsets (-ID right, 17 wrong for .702) the^n college football selections a; nde by the tried and true hat-pin method -- just stab and forget. Michigan Stale over Notre Dame: For the second straight wuekc-nd Michigan State uarliti- EAST: Army over Idaho, Villanova over Boston College, West Virginia over Boston University, Cornell ovcr Yale, Columbia over Harvard. Dartmouth over Holy Cross, Penn over Brovrn, Princeton ovcr Colgate, Rutgers over 1 high. SOUTH: The Citr.de! over Fur- Nitschke, a former Illinois full- was converted to a defensive specialist by the Packers. Hornung was Green Bay's bonus selection in the NFL's 1957 iraft after he won the lleisman Trophy as Ihe nation's outstand- ng college player in his senior year al Notre Dame. He won the league scoring championship in 1959, his first season, with 9-1 poiiils. He scored a record 176 poinls, shattering the old league mark of 13R by Don Hulson of Green Bay, in leading the Packers to tlie Western Division title in 1SGO. This season Hornung has piled up 77 points in five games. His reatcst performance was a 33- point spree on four touchlowns, a field goal and six conversions against Baltimore Oct. 8. Nitschke was the third choice of the New York Ginnts in the 1957 draft and then was traded lo Green Bay. He became a regular 'inebacker last season and this year has been a standout in the Packers' tremendous d e f e n s e which has held opponents to 51 points, fewest in the league. Hornung Leads NFL in Scoring NEW YOKK (API-Jim Taylor ,, · - · - - ' Scoltsboro, Ala., led the unbeaten Crimson Tide lo a 2fi-7 victory by . completing 10 of 14 passes for 155'?, ,. , ., f'"' V accs ""* ""= yards and two touchdowns, ran l !v '/ lt ' [ ''ial ioolball League's pnn- for another touchdown, and passed: Clp TM c " ( C " S D lab "la'ions last for a two-point conversion. | w e c k -, B u t . t h e g |am ° r h °y °f TrammelMvas given a strong Sround-gammg was rookie Bill run for the honor by Pete Smith *',," c r of lhe San Francisco of Michigan Slale, Lance Alworthl 49crs. of Arkansas, Eldon Fortie Brigham Young, Eddie Wilson of Arizona and Ernie Davis of Syracuse. Smith passed for one touchdown college leader in total offense last season and most valuable player in the All- Star game at Chicago last summer, found himself as a pro run- U11I.LI1 ^U3^^u 1UL UJIC IUU1-ILUUWU , . , " anu set up two other scores wilht"^,"TM 11 he Was ' nslallc(i a * passes in USD's 284 trouncing of'?' l l le (hr J; e r ° tatl nS quarterbacks previously unbeaten Michigan. jj" " Franc 'sco's shotgun of- Alwrolh scored a touchdown jfense. f l l o l u u l 31U1CU 1 L U U C H U U W I I l . , . with a 32-yard pass after helping 1 , In hls last threc 6 amcs . Kilmer set up the drive wilh a 25-yard- run '° r 3M ? afds a n d . .· _ . . _ _ "* - A f f i r A r t ftlftht innf'nJf.,.,*- r pates in one of the schedule's bestTM"' V "VTM Ml1 '^ ovcr ^ a 'nucsl of Baylor y vidson, Duke over C emson, Flor- ' " *" oayior. 23-13 con-:^;TM.'!?'!' TMchdowns. Latest AM, individual offense figures Two TDs |sliow him as the No. 4 rusher Say It with flowers when thoughts are deep and hard to express. Luzmoor's Flowers EL 2-2851 West 10lh St. iria Slate over Richmond, Missis- Erie's Larry j Friday: Bertlioud al Wiggins; il.aporte vs. Erie at Frederick; Weld Central. Melick now has S5|gins 6; Aull 31, Johnstown 7. poinls. one more than Pierce'sj The Schedule l.eo Mulherin and Martinez. Mulherin dropped from a . s ec-j[r v a ns id place lie lo the fourth place. a ^ p\~ despite scoring two ;. Martinez got three ; last Friday. Completing the lop ten are be proud to put the clippings of come it in his scraplwok. [ Ohio Slale over Northwestern: Bobby Dodd. Georgia Tech j Bob Ferguson gives tlic Buckeyes coach, backed lip Ihe sporls wri-||he edge. innd 'deadlock Plaite Vallev; Lyons at Ault.! Wats ° n in lhe weekl y AP P° 1L ' "He played his greatest ga · FLOWERS « For All Occasions! ·, Mark Kjeldgaard. Brush. 45: Kog- Team 2 H a n s o n ' s Greenhouse i !; cr Trnudt, A«!!, 43: Bill Milhoan. 'Grover · S. 8th Ave. Ph. EL 2-6667 ]| l l j i ) f a v e t t c _ 42: rifrry ju-Kim.i Wellington ..... 5 -"otnnr?- *'windsor, 41: Corky Smock. Gro-! G a]fton at Johnstown- Esles Park ' crs sr "^ broadcasters who pickedj Colorado over Kansas Slate: ' ' ' ' ;kly AP poll. The Buffaloes now are deter- greatest game mined lo go all the way. jfor Tech," Dodd said. "He made Georgia Tech over A u b u r n : 13) ''a lot of tackles and his recovery.You gotta slick with S(an Gann. |of a fumble led to our third touch-j Louisiana Slate over Kentucky: Conference Slate over Tulsa, Rice over Southern Methodist, Texas A4VM over Texas Christian, Baylor over Texas Tech, Texas Western over Texas Trinity, West Texas State over Hardin Simmons. FAR WEST: Maryland over Air Force, Arizona State over Oregon Stale, Arizona over New Mexico, Southern Califor- ; vcr. 40. -MONUMENTS and MARKERS 60 Years of Leadership In Granite and Bronif Monuments OPEN S U N D A Y S hy Appointment li.ilph liollis.fr G R E E L E Y M O N U M E N T r.'i (O1.t 7th A v r i Pierce ^lilliken NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Team 0 2 . ... 0 3 All Games 0 37 97 numerous assists. He was graded are not enough Diego Marines, UCLA ovcr Pills- Tuesday Results Chicaco 5, Boston 3 Wednesday Games Mnnlrr.i! ,il New York Thursday Gamss Ne-.v Yorl: a. Cliicagu Bos.on a; Dfiroii iWellingloi jGrover "" "w"r T Pts ODD ! ance - Evcn rno " : rare no re "! Svrac " se ovcr Pcnn S!ate; T n f l j . ,, 1 ,·', fi'ccived a perfect mark on defense, midweek hospital report says lhali m 4 0 o m 43 . . . . . . . ,, 1. ,,_,! n,TM,, n,,i«, ..H r - - . . .. . Galclon iMillil.cn 4 1 0 3 1 0 3 2 0 0 4 0 The Results : He broke through and Ihrcw Duke all three of Syracuse's lop three NBA 3 ;l|backs for losses lo halt thc Blue; quarterbacks are injured and 1 M !lVvils on t h e only two orrasions'Sore--nnd Hint Ernie Davis is, ";.hey reached Tech territory. ;l,oaltby. Th.-.t's the derive facl-, ^.^ ( N B A ) Cinc , inn3ti " e i Pat Holmes, Texas Tech guard, or. I ( N B A ) 108 [drew high praise for his perform-; Michigan over Purdue: The Exhibition Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More Sports Of: Page 7 Friday: Wellinglon 46, Piercel anco against Texas Cbrifiian. Jlc'WoK-orines are smarting from 12; Galelon 50, Milliken IS; Grov- mn( | c [acklcs all ovcr thc field.'that 28-0 lashing given Iliem by rr 40, Hillrose (I. : "He slopped Iheir fullback a l l ' M i c h i f - n n Slale last weekend. The ScheduU nighl," said Tech Coach, .1. T.I The others «i!houl comment: SI. Louis ( N B A ) 128, Boston (NBA) 103 Los Angeles IN'BA) 113, Chicago (N'BA) W Prep Football Schedules THURSDAY Plum, who took the passing jlead the week before, maintained 'it in the inlrica'to NFL compula- tions by completing 17 of 26 for 193 yards. Non-Conference Ixingmont at Heath-Meeker, 4:15 FRIDAY p.m. Northern Aurora at Greeley, 7:15 p.m., homecoming. I/)veland at Sterling. Boulder at Fort Morgan. Tri-Valky College High at Brush, 7:30 p.m Valley High at Eaton. Windsor at Fort Uiplon. Upp*r Platte Grover at Pierce. Wellinglon at Galelon. NonConftrence Rerthouri at Wiggins. I.aporte vs. Erie at Frederick Evans at Johnstown. Estes Park at Plalte Valley. Weld Central at Lafayelle. Lyons at Ault. Fight* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Beno, Nev.--Terry Smith, 1GO. Sacramento, stopped Roxell Moseley, 158, I,as Vegas, Nev., 4. San Antonio, Tex. -- Santiago Gutierrez, 158, San Antonio, out- pointed Harold Redman, ]56'.i, Beaumont, 10. Omaha, Neb. -- E d d i e Arm- jSlromg, 140. Elizabeth, N.J., out- jpointed Chino Diaz. ISSH, Puerto iRico, 10. Sarnia, Ont.-Jackie Bichards, 189, Livonia, Mich., outpointed Norm Oeddes, 185, Delroit, 8. Tokyo--Fumio Kaizu, 153, Japan, knocked oul Samart Sorn- dacng, 15XM, Thai)ami, 7, for Orient middleweight title. LONDON', England - Eddie Machen, 20, P o r t l a n d . Ore., Friday G r o v t - a t Pie/ce; W e l l - K i n g . TCU never got beyond'. Friday: | ixis Angeles (AKL) 125, San; Denver George Washinglon at stopped Brian London, 200, Eng- mulon. at Galelon. '.Tech's 48-yHrd-line. ' George Washinglon al William Francis* (ABU 38 I FI. Collins. |land, $. on. at I

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