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rage 20 GBEE1.EY TRIBUNE Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1955 4 Loop Titlists Among 8 Veterans Returning to C-State Wrestling Club Eishl lottermcn, inch'ding four defending Rocky Mountain conference chainpiaris are bnck with the '".Colorado Stale wresUing loam this year as Coach John Hancock drills the club in quest nf its 20th consecutive loop championship. The Rears open J a n . 1 at Btnil- .rier in the CU tourney, then have .,32 d u a l meets. before the confcr- c.nre meet in Greeley Mav. 3. , Lettermen returning arc Jotyi -'Kivas, 123; Ted- CasUncrla, 130; les Kroeger, 137; Ken Larson. 130 . oi 1 137; Jerry Woods, 130; Hc! ZrjSlnilh, 115; Bud Kiser,. 115; and 2r£ceds Lacy, 177. R i v R s / C a M a n c d n , --Kroeger ant! Kiser won' loop* litles Mast year, Cantaneda repealing his £ia$i conquest. r^^s'ine from lasl year's squad are -^ope, including four conference ^chomps: ' Bob Roper;' 1C7; Koy Brakes, 191; Al Gcntsch,- 1G7-; Phil *^Tqmpkin. 147; Ken- Grconhalge, S3 57; Bill McPeek, 130; Dale Hough, *^i47; Carl Humane, 167; a n d i l v a n "jrKelly. heavyweight. Frakes was a '^four-time conference champ, Rop ( - ··*fi\ Kelly 'and Grecnhalgc won titles £la£l year. Tompkih was sec end In j xjtije conference and, Gb'ntsch, third, | ;Koper is not in school-now; Me- i i'Peek has a hari hack and can't | '^·resile this year.' . ? "In addition lo Hie Icltcrmen re- Jlurntng, Hancock has one squad- 'man, Heavyweight Bill Richmond, Sand a flock of newcomers who 'were outstanding in high school. ; By weights, here arc ISic new-comers ..expected to give C-State 'another good wrestling season: · 123--Gary Odlc "of Englpwood; JBoh Taylnr of Grceley; Paul Bar- jtholomew of Boulder. Odle was * stale 120 champ last year; tbc lolhcr l\vo were-oulstanrtiny in the (Northern conference. v , v " ' , J 130--Phil M arliriez ·: · 'of Pueblo jCeneral and.- Max'-'Mitchell ,o£ I · 137--Chuck : llighline "of Pueblo i Centennial \' "J ack M cCuUnch · ( JNorlh Oenver; Bob Woods i ; 14f_Keir Botlnm of- Fort Col lins; ^lonle Sinner of Sti'i'ling; Bob l,undock of Englewood; Gonzonalo Role]an of Denver. Lundock was prep 145 champ lasl year. 157--Dave Colemnn of Littleton; Pc»n Digby of Lake-wood; Carl Goodwin of Wcsl; Bill Kirkman, a Kansas prep standout. DEghy was fourth in state at 15i last season. 167--Paul Rundle of Englewoort; Kay McGuirc of North; John Misknl of Arvatla; Phil Israel of Aurora; Jack Wyrick of Colorado Springs. 177--j-liill Anderson, of Grceley; Vaughn Creen'of Colorado Springs. Anderson was Northern conference 175 champ lasl season. H c a v y weight -- Royal Sherwood of Holly; Howard Johnson7 a 250-pour.der .from Madison, Wis,, who placed in the Wisconsin state prep meet lasl year. Hancock wanted to book a couple of December, matches for the Bears, but couldn't find opponents. The complete schedule: J a n . 7--a£ CU tourney. Jan. 9-South Dakota -Mines. Jan. 13--Colorado AM. .Ian. 20--nt Kansns Stale. Jan. 21--at Nebraska. Jan. 11-- Sonlh Dakota university. Feb. 2--Iowa Slate. Feh. 3-Colo- rndo Mines, Feb. 9--at Denver. Feb. 11- at Wyoming. Krh. 16-Colorado. Fob. 18--Denver. Fob. 23 --- Western State. Mar. 2-3--RMC meet al Grceley. Mar. 16-17--Rocky Mountain AAU at Larsmie (tentative); Mar. 23-24 --NCAA at Stil!\;-ater, Okla. Western Loop Clubs )raff Five Players- 1955 All-Midwest Football Team Here it Ihe all-Midwest football team for 195S Lelecled by The Associated Prcis: Ends, Tom Maentz, Michigan, t and Ren Krtmer, Michigan; . tackles, Cal Janes, Iowa, and Jim Parker, Ohio SU1«; guards. Bo BoMnger, Oklahoma, and Pat BtseegJia, Notre Dame; center, Jim M«niQ, Notre Dame;, backs, _Earl Morralf, Michigan State; Tom McDonald, Oklahoma; Howie Caisady, Ohio Stale, and Don ScFiacfer, Noire Dame. [AP Pholo) Notre Dame and Oklahoma Place 5 on All-Midwest First Team · CHICAfiO W - Naliotial clmm-l o n lhe a M . s l n r a r r a y S | cdcd af i er pion Oklahoma anil Noire D a m c a ^n nf coaches,'scouts and AP -'Just a Team Man i · FOHTALE*L N', M. i.fl -- Kastern -(New Mexico. University fullback i Tommy Jligh lower, in jmsition lo ·take f h e ball on a drive through j t h e line, spoiled-a-half.dollar and ·a quarter on the playing'field. A 1 'move to pick up (he money would J h a v e cost his team a Jive yard J penalty. He didn't m.ikc the move, * When he camp.back, he couldn't * find the money and went on to help » ENMU cicfcal Wa'shb'urh "Collcye J19-1Z. ' ' . j .After the game Coach Dewey *Langston lookeil over the field and J brought back the;ha!f dollar, and 'quarter -- and two dimes as well. COLUMBUS, Ohio l/n - Drafl- ing . o[ live players fvom !o-«:r classificMinn leagues was announced Tuesday night ,hy Ihe Class A \Vcstcrn League, 'T'Ui-y ore: : By Tuehlo -- From Tcrre Haute, pitcher Kenneth Rowc, who com- il an 11-10 record with. Idaho Falls in 1955.' At Lincoln -- From Amarillo outfielder tfichr.rd Drain. By Sioux Cily' -- From Can .nea, outfielder- flobert · \'ea. 3y DCS Moiiics -- From Abilene, irsl baseman Dob Pascal; from 'arkbatl, Carroll tihoUon, Iliird aseman who last year hit .355, ugging ool 21 dolihlcs, 16 Iriples nd 21 homers for 142 runs bated in, in 32G games. Beaumont of the Texas League rafted Rill Gabtcr, fi'rst baseman, ·om Puebli. 'In 91 games with uclJIo last year, Gabler hit .302 nd had 20 home, runs and 7-1 runs ailed in. won five herths and tbe otber s i x , positions went to ,four Big Ten schools on the 1955 all-Midwestern football team named Wednesday by The Associated Press. Notre Dame took Ihroe spots. Two each went to Rig Seven king Oklahoma, Tiig Ten champion-Ohio State and Michigan, which bad tbe unprecedented .honor of placing I wo ends OH the mythical team. Rose Howl-bound Michigan Stale nd Iowa each gained 'one Iwrlb Field Judge Says He Thinks He Heard Whislle Wyo. Claims - K n u t e Rockie slarred in track at 1 j Not re Dame before he became n ^football standout. Deaths and Funerals | JACKSON - . Mrs. Sarah A. Jackcon of 1121 7th St. M o t h e r - o f Mrs. Peyey ' \Vlnk1einnn of Greuley. Cnuul- mother of M T R . Ralph Ayers of M i f f , Colo., Delvcrt Davis anfl Almand Davis, linlh of Option, Utah, .Mrs. Sarah Gill of Salt bake Cily, A r t h u r jack ami o[ Long Beach, C u r t i s Jackson of Los Angeles.'Mrs, Ino?. Otilnnil i of San Diogo. Mr?. lona IIou- '. derson of Cono.ca Park, C a l i f . , ! anfl S h e r r il Wink IP man of: I Greeley. Services 2 p.tn. Salur- i day f r o m M a r y s d r a w i n g room. ! Interment Linn Grove. i KOEN1G * TOIlfnm F. Keying of 1315 i 12th Ave. Services 1:30 p.m. J Thursday from M a t y s 1 r a w- * Ing romn. I n t c r m r - n l Lnfcrii j Cemetery, I.oveland. ! KICKS * Jesse A. Nicks of P i e r c e . Ser- E vices 2 p.m. Friday f r o m j Macys d r a w i n g rnnm. I n t e r * / ment Eaton Cemetery. ]a lieu i of flowers, f r i e n d s may niafc* r m e m o r i a l d o n a t i o n s tn IJIF t O r p a n Fund nf ibe Picrn \ Methodist C h u r c h m care of : A. W. Brown. Pierce. ihos-Will Retire PHILADELPHIA ifl -- Knri Pete J ihos of the National Fobtbal .eague's Philadclphin Kagle^'.saii 'uesday he will play his last pro ootball game Dec. 11 against the lears in Chicago. Pihos, from the Jniversily of Indiana, has caugh 15 passes for 5.378 yards and CC ouchdowns since joining the Ea Jlcs in 1017; , · · · " Norlh .Carolina hnlflack Ilowarc Yilliams is a' converted fullback n his Eirst running effort he r* 45 yards. He is |a sophomore fro: Hartford, N. C * . Good Skiing Is Promised DENVER WJ -- Very fiood skiing this weekend ^was. forecast T-.ies day by"(he ColorRcIo Ski Informa lion Center for (he'state's six ma lor sk; areas. . . . . 'Aspen--Snow depth ranges from 14 lo 31 inches. All chair lifis am T-har will operate on a daily basis starting Saturday. ' . Rerthoud Pass .-- 24 inches/oi mow. Steamboat Springs -- Plenty oi mow, but completion date is \m certain for construction o f - a new T-bar. -- . . . Ar a pali DC Basin--30 inches of snow. Chair lifts will operate Wednesday through Sunday each week. Winter Park--Snow depth ranges from 1-1 to 32 inches. All trails will IK; o p e n ' t h i s weekend. I.ovcland Basin -- 28 inches of sporls writers. The t e a m : / Ends -- Uon Kramer and Tom Miicntz, M i c h i g a n . Tackles -- Ca! Jones, Iowa, and Jim Parker, Ohio State, Guards -- Do Bolinger, Okla- m«V arid J'at Biscc^iia, Wotrc )aihe. Center -- Jim Mense, Noire lame. Backs -- Earl Mo trail, Michigan State; Howard (Hopalong) -assady, Ohio State; Tommy Mc- lonalcl, Oklalioma, and Don Scliacfer, Notre Dame. The 220-pounl Jones, one of three repeaters from last year's all-Midwest team, was shifted from bis normal posUion to lackle as was" the 242-poimil Parker. Seldom ; has this area producct as many exceptional guards -- i factor which not only lined up fom of them on the first team but als nudged' -Michigan State's grca guard captain, Buck Nyslrom, and -- Jack Mover*. field judge in lhe Wyoming-Denver football game Thanksgiving Day, said Tuesday he thought he heard a whistle blow during Denver's game-winning touch d o w n play. · ' Denver, triumphed G-3 on a 78- yard lateral pass-run play in the ast second of the game after \Vy-' tning ]'iad kicked a fiekl goal 7 econds before the finish. Moyers made his statement aft- tr game movies made by Wyoming officials showed iiim making sign--one .wrist crossed over Hie other--to stop the clock. But Movers insisted again lie did not blo»' his own whistle. The other three officials also repeated earlier statements they did hot pipe their whistles. A protest by Wyoming his been 1 citiilfjd tu Commissioner E, 1». (Dick) Homncy of the Skyline Conference' at Salt Lake City and the game officialr 'said any further statements must come from Koin- ncy. thought I heard a whistle, so Pioneers Hold League's Best Slop-and-Go SALT LAKE. CITY Wl -- Denver University, which tied Wyoming for'third place in the Skyline Con- "ercrice, unveiled the league's besl fool ball offense and defense this year, statistically speaking. .Figures released Tuesday'- by Commissioner Dick Romney show the Pioneers had tbe best learn offensive mark with 3,689 yards gained. But as Happened lasl year, icnvcr fell short of the 3,751-yarri record set in 1953 by Utah. .The Pioneers held their opponents to 2,051 yards gained in 10 games. Colorado AM was second in to- lai offense wilh 2,684 yards gained and U t a h Stale third with 2,059. In defense, Wyoming .was second with 2,350 and Colorado AIM third with 2.3G2. Wyoming has one regular season game Icft / at Houston University Saturday, and il isn't expected lo alter tbc slundin^s. Utah State's Jack Hill grabbed off two individual crowns. He lopia-d the punters wilh a 41.6- yard averse for 18 kicks and led in pnnl returns wilh a 23-yard mark on eight rimbac^ks, Lou Melc. of Utah ranked second wilh a 40.5- yard mark for punting, and Denver's Willie Frank was rtmnernp with a 22.1-yard average on punt returns. Gary Click of Colorado AM's league 1 champs tallied all the R a m s ' points in a 100 defeat of of .Colorado and wound up lop Fcorer with GG points on eight loach-downs, 1 a field goal and 15 i conversions. Hill was second with \ 61 points ami Frank Ibircl with 59. Other champions in individual statistics are Jerry Jester of Wyoming, who has the best ground gaining record; Jimmy Howen of Denver, the top parser, and Terry Hurley of Montana, the leading pass catcher. ' Jester net led G7G yards gained on. 135 carries, besting by 24 yards the, tolal for Hill on 82 attempts. lined 579 yards for third place. Sports-in Briel llf T H K ASSOCIATED PRESS* KOOTll.UL NEW YORK -- Howard (HopaEonr) Cai- itty, Ohio Stale All-America tnLH)«rk. ·ai named lhe 1MJ w i n n e r ot tht Helimim ;o modal liephy. F.IJ PASO, Trr. -- Thr Unlvc/iHy oi WyoinEr.s was plck^a lo play Tcxa» TeeJi i IHc Sun flO«l 'Jan. 3, HASKIIALL CHICAGO -- Hellef plkfwV J l J l Jelfcoal, i r a d r d by (he Oil ".a to C'ubi lo the Cia- inaall R^djejts tor catcher Hoblp l.andrith, ino-ncccl fcli rc1iirn*.rivt f r o n t baseball. COI.UME1VS, Ohla -- Judjtf Ktnmet aitr. pjctldcal of Ibe Colton cilst** f » f u f . jriw.inccd diSMlullon nf Ihe Class C circuit )ffcausc cnly Ihicc Ivatni are prrp.irel (o 'opcialc. R A C I N C M I A M I , ' Fla" -- Hat Beit I31.lt) uon l?u- tcniurc at Tropical Park. I1ALT1MOHK -- Robin llw»d CH05.60J look the sixth i c ] Pokes To Play Texas Tedi irf Sun Bow! Tilt SAN E1HUNO. C»!l*. --" Pha ill lhe v-ay lu uln lhe I Tanfora^. ltd r a m a (17,10) raurot Loses 9 of 10 But Is Rated Tops COLUMBIA, Mo. w -- Don .Kaurol has just finished the worst foolball season in his coaching -career -- nine losses in 10 games -but his pl.nyers acclaim Mm "the test coach in America." University of Misbouri officials University of - Wyoming. "football squad voted overwhelmingly Tuesday afternoon lo accept the Sun Bowl bid Jo play Texas Tech Jan. 2. . AlheUic Director Glenn ( R e d ) Jncoby said the. ''school-is'tickled* about the invitation arid we're very happy that Wyoming was asked. 11 . News of thfi Sun Bowl'bid spread Quickly around the campus, touching off joyous-stndenLcpJcbrationi. Wyoming has appeared only onc« previously in a post-season bowl" game. The Cowboys, led by Ectdie (Boom Boom) Talboom, beat Washington and Lee, 20-7, in the 1951 Gator Bowl game at Jacksonville. ' Fla. ' j Bob Kolliner, .chairman of the ] Sun Bowl game selection committee, advised school, officials that Wyoming had been under consideration for the bid "since mid-season." " "· Bo wen completed" 58 of 108 passes for 916 yards gained, and 15 oi those went for touchdowns -the top college mark in the nation. Runncrup was Norm Kamp- schrur of Montana with 55 oi 142 completed for 803 yards. "Am on ft the pass catchers, Hurley fielded 2o (or 431 yards gained, including two for touchdowns. Next came Denver's Larry Ross with 15 caught for 3-11 yards, in- eluding six touchdown hcnvcs, anil Colorado AM's Gary Sanders with 2-1 caught for 331 yards. fine tackle, Norm Mailers, to lhe | T started toward the play and sig- I nali-ii tt stop the clock hecause *J j had called an nffside«on the kickoff," Moycrs told a reporter-Tuesday. "Then, vhen I saw the' play .urn and go down the field, I im j mediately turned and tried to catch up wit 1 ", il, But 1 was too far behind. 1 definitely did not blow a whistle myself. 1 ' . " ' The commissioner has given no .miication when he might issue n statement on Wyoming's protest. Ambidextrous Vaughn BIN'GIIAMTON, \. Y. itf -- Jack Vaughan says he's a natural southpaw b u t ' i n foolbnll and baseball he can throw with either hand. The'six foot · one 165-pound North High freshman led his team to four victories in as mnny games on (he -gridiron this fall. Cross-Country Winner '- · fWxVvj :-»! ^; second team. The second learn: Ends -- La Mar Lundy, Purdue, ami Harold Burnine, Missouri, : Tackles -- Hob Hoberl, M i n n c : sofa, and Norm Masters, Michigan State. Guards -- Carl Nyslrom, Michigan Stale, and Francis Machin- 5fcy,.OMo State. 9 Center -- Jerry Tnbbs, Okla- lioma. lincks -- l-cn Da.wson, Purdue; Paul Hornung, Notre Dame; Earl Lunsfonl, Oklahoma AM, and Tivrel Burlon, Miami of Ohio. Those receiving honorable mention included Lamar Meyer, Colorado end, and Sam Salerno, Colo- ratio guard. TUESDAY'S FIGHTS Hi T I I K ASSOCIATED THF.SS TIU:HMOXD, Calif. -- All (lamponl, 137. Oakland, Calif.. slopped Tommy Mar.aol. 33-i. I^A .\nRclcj, E. TAMPA. Fla. -- Willie Pep. 117rt. »ait- ford. COPJI.. oul|-o',r,:eil Pappy G a u l t . 321, 5rai»r.buifT. S. C., 10. M I A M I H E A T H , Via. -- ncx TJ% ?WW. Sail I^ike Cily. oilroin-.ed Mike 11. ir.or. IK^i. Dctioli. 10. FORT WOHTII. Tex. -- Jackie Blair, 111. I)alia*, Atoppcrt Tommy Hakcr, I3J. AlH.inv. N. Y.. 3. FHF.SNO, CJlif. -· Tommy V'orc'. 110. Sfeikton. Calif., itopred Mnnircl Garcia, 131. M f v l c o City. 8. BUFFALO. N. V. -- Paul Ardrews-lUih jYour Loving Sympathy expressed .In beautiful Casket Flornl Designs. J F L O W E R S BY i "Clair Lr:uise" J - GREELEY FLORAL i»07 16fh;St. Phone 808 :3903: CALL SKYSCtNE, 3903. lor MEMORIAL S P R A Y S Harold Aticock TUESDAY'S HOCXKY ur mi: ASSOCIATKI PRFS.S I X T K K N ' A T I O N A I . I.^AfiVi: liifKl napiils 6, Foil Wayrvc S. U K S T K R N l.KAGtli; F.'ln-.oaton 9, .Seattle t 2. I'tarouvcr 7. New We*tm ll*2ina 4, V U l o r i n 1. Soi.lhn«il t i t y 61. St. Thom $(. ClniKl (·OI.LKCit; HASKLTBALl, W, roIOTarla "FrCJhmrn A3. m CK^n.) 7 1 , rhilllpi Ur.tici .5 (Minn. f.*. Min^ato £: 13, Si. Jatji's ( M i n n . ) II . A'-ntln 70, T*x»i \V«:o» :rowa 90. YanVtcn 55. Jury Selected To Try Maurice Iravis Charlei,Jones, righl, Iowa sophomore, won th* NCAA individual iJH« cross-country run oy«r four-milt course it Lansing, Mich,, Nov. 28. Henry Kennedy, leftj of Michigin Stafe University, was second. Michigan Stafe also won team championing. { A P Wirepholo). KEN'VKR.Hl -- A jury of .seven iiKti and five women i\as selecl- td Tuesday lo try Maurice K. Travis, 45, union official charged with falsely denying membership in lhe Communist parly. The selection was made despite a defense contention lhe entire panel siio/ild be dismissed. An atlor ncy for Travis argued retention of I (he p^nel "violates the appearance ! of a fair Irial." Travis was indicted in Oclohor, 19S4, while secretary-treasurer of the International Union of Mine, Mill Smelter .Workers (Ind) with headquarters in Denver. Jeffcoat Says He's After Being Traced CHICAGO - W -- Hal Jeffcoat, relief ,pitcher traded 'by the Chicago Cubs to the Cincinnati Rod- legs .Monday for catcher Hobie Landrith, a'nnonnced Tuesday lhat he's Ihrough with baseball. This brought nlwiit a possibility the deal will be off. id Matthews, Cub 'personnel boss, said: "It's a (leal. Landrith belongs to us and it's our" respon 1 sihility to get him to report." Cincinnati officials had no immediate comment- The former outfielder who was converted into a pitcher said he is giving up baseball in order to remain here and operate in the" insurance business. Jeffcoal, ,11 id with the Cubs eight years, added lhat he would slay out of baseball even if he were ber cf !hc Cubs. Pueblan New Head of Western League COLUMBUS, Ohio tf -- O'Nea M; Hoijbs, general manager of the T^ucblo club, Tuesday nighl was cic'ctcd president of the Western League, succeeding C!ov. -Ed C, Johnson of Colorado, who resigned as league president Sunday. Hobbs, GO, press room superintendent of Hie Pueblo Chieftain and Star-Journal, will give up his position as Pueblo general manager. The Brooklyn Dodgers, who supply the club's players, will name a successor. . . Two vice presidents were elected to the league, Adam Pratt of Sioux City; Iowa, and A. Q. Schim- mcl of Lincoln, Xeb.'E. R. (Salty) Salt well, DCS Moines, Iowa, general manager, was re-elected treasurer. Ralph W'rtegarner of Benton, Kan., will continue ias executive' secretary, only salsried office in the Class "A league. The league also voted lo give visiting clubs 30 per cent of gale receipts after taxes and league share. Fro in 1917 through 1954 the league had a 60-30 split "for home and visiting teams, respectively/In 1955, the home clubs kept all ceipls. Approval of a schedule and a final decision on retaining postseason playoffs were delayed until a January meeting. Two other men were interviewed for the league presidency, . They were Hal Tolten, president *of the a mem- WATERTOWN, N. V. Wl -- Sec* relary of Slate Dulles bagged three ducks over the weekend at his re- Ireal on .Main Duck Island in Lake Ontario, ' l "Very poor," he said as tfe took back them. Strange happenings in- a period when a flock of coaches -- and even A coach's wife "-- have been hanged" in. effigy by disgruntled fnns? Faurot, -inventor, of football's splil-T formation, drew some alumni fire during the disastrous season, but you wouldn't have known it at the nnnual Missouri football banquet Tuesday night. Dr. E l m e r Bills, university prescient, read two brief psnnrs. One. from "the institution's' ath- etic advisory commillee was a ·csolulibn commending Faurot and others responsible lor the athletic trogram and recommending Hint 'Don Faurot be retained, as ath- .ctic director and head football :-oaeh." The .committee consists-of men who relay.'-the- altitude 1 of almniii to university officials. · The .other paper was signed by 9 members of (he varsity football ;quad and-said: "'Coach Don Faurot is" the hest :oach in America and we-petition you to keep him. Our coach stands for the tbings we. want." Faurot, 53, has been a head loot- ball coach 26 years, 18 at souri. , Kome .alunmi grumblings in (he past have been aimed at his'meEh'- ods of obtaining athletes. He .concenlrates on players living in Missouri,, does practically no out-of-state recruiting. He" also believes in' strict adherence : to the Rfg Seven Conference and NCAA codes on ^recruiting and subsidization. . His over-all.record'at Missour i s . 96 victories,- 74 defeats and 9 ties. He's "a. strict disciplinarian with players. ; it's follow the 'training rules,,or else -- . lie sltoultlered the blsm'e for tin losing 'season, ' ' "Hie players had-lhe spirit'and ihe desire," Fauro't said. ""Jn a case like this lhe failure "cnn be only the coach's." .Faurot's reception , at, season's end "was jusl the opposite of lha accorded a number of other coach es, principally on.lhe West Coast At the University'of Washington about SO foolhall. players rebellcc against Coach Johnny Cherbcrg Jim Sutherland, a backfield coach was fired but Cherberg is still oi the job.'Sulhcirland and" the play ers denied Sutherland had any con npction M'ilh the uprising, ' Several coaches in the West havi been hanged in effigy, and at'San Jose State lhe effigy of-Mrs. "Rol Bronzan, wife of the heart coach Lamar Meyer Named \ io:'WesJern Squad SAN FRANCISCO. (JR -- End L'a- mar M^eyer of Colorado was named Tuesday night to the" 24,an West squad for the- 31st «n- ual East-West Shrine football amc here Dec.- 31. ' Also named to t h e . W e s t " d q u a d , ' f which Dal W a r d ' of Colorado s an assistant coach,.were tackle' *ecu" Henderson of Utah State and- alfbacks Herb Nakken . of Utah nd Rex Fischer of Nebraska. Three I League, and Dutch beer of Austin, Tex. Lor- Galor Teams Named JACKSONVILLE, Fla. OR -- Auburn and Vamlcrbilt were announced Monday as lhe. footbal teams which will meet in the Galor Bowl Dae. 31. off for Washington Monday in a Military Air Transport Service plane. He told reporters he, h i m - | .self, cooked the ducks and shared [ Wisconsin has 6,266 miles of rail them wilh his wife and his dog. road. Announcing! A Revolutionary Development In Asphalt Shingles JOHNS-MANVILLE SEAL-0-MATIC ASPHALT SHkNGLES-- They Hold Tight When It Blowsl Earl F. Douglass 1314 ISth S*. Ph., 1618 from tele was found dangling phone pole. Even a "sports editor was strung up - in effigy for defending n fool ball coach. Jack Murphy of Th San Diego TJnton got the trealmen after he criticized the "playful lit tie rascals" who carried out a. effigy'hanging of San Diego Slat College Coach-Bill Schuite. So you couldn't blame Fauro for being surprised Tuesday nighl "I'm overawed at-all.the'thing lhat have happened to me," h said. Gals Howl in Miami M l A M f / F l a . (.fl --.The SSlh'an nual Woman's IntcrnationaljBow! ing Congress Tournament wi open April 19, 1956 in Miami. Bmghamton, N; Y., led the-Kasl- ·n- baseball teams in attendance uring 1955 with 89,520 home fans. t was an increase "of 40.308. over 151. S A F E D R I V I N G DAY DEC1MIER l Be A Sportsman /ike Driver · J ' · ' . ·verybnr, oncf rv«ry«ft» regard for *th*r rued DMrt. S-D Day UM WM! day GIFT SUGGESTIONS HAND TOOLED PURSES BILLFOLDS BELTS Complete Line -of JUSTIN. BILLFOLDS and COIN PURSES SALZMAN'S Shoe Shop Shin* . Parlor 911 Bin AVE, E fy)C · Green Stamps HARD-OF-HEARING? 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