Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 1, 1955 · Page 11
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Thursday, Dee. 1, 1955 GREELEY TRIBUNE 4 Page 11. I Little All-Am. Carries Weight and Fleetness N E W : YORK W - The Assocl- ^aled Press' Little -All-America football.learn for 1955, made, up ot representatives from H'smaller colleges that won a tot?) of. 75 games, was named Thursday. Its line averages 2lo.iKunds and it boasts the country's leading *corer .in the backficld,. Nate Clark of Hillsdale, Mich.; Is the terrific touchdown lallier. He led the ration's college players with 144 points and is the only junior in a backfield foursome that also, includes Gene (Great) Scott of. Centre College, Dave Burnham of \Vhealon and Charles Stick a of Trinity at Hartford, Conn. Up . front are 1 ends Charles SchulU of all-winning Alfred and Richard Donlin of Hamline, oho- sen Jn the second'draft of thc*pro- fessionals by Baltimore. Tackle slots · are manned by Charles Gibbons of Rhode .Island who will display his ability in the Refrigerator ,Bowl Sunday, and Vincent Vidas of unbeaten Drcxcl Sieve Mylira o t ' N o r t h .Dakota University and Wixie Robinson o Pcppcrdine at Lqs Angeles are the guards, . flankirfg cenler Huber (Duke) Cook of Trinity at San' An toriio, Tex. These players are from "college teams t h a t ' w o n 75 . and lost 16 while being held even jn two oth ers. Eight of- them were -on team that came through 1 without defeat But the losers .weren't over JoOked. Donlin's Hamline' squac didn't win one of its seven games" · In those, seven defeats, hosvever · the 6-5 senior caught 41 passe . that were good for-480 yards an two touchdowns. . ' NEW YORK W -- Tht" Associated Pre Ul»e All-America football t e a m (or 1953 FIRST T E A M Po*.. Player, School, A«e, \Vt. HI. Home, In order: - Er.d -- Charki SchulU. Alfred I), «-l. Jr. Turt:«' Creek, U. I. TacVS* -- Charles Gibbons, Rhode land, ll,tH. S-«. Sr. Newport, F Guir'A -- WUIe BobUwon, P*pp«rd«i «. IM/ i-10. .1r. Frcino. Calif, CenUr -- JJub*rt Cook, TiLaLty tT« . «. 210. S3. Sr. Oklahoma City. Guard -- Sieve Myhra, North Dikw 21. US, 8-1- J r- Wahpelon, N, D. Tackle -- Vkt-nl Vtdsa, Drexel, «, Zaleski; Joins G|ick.. : · On North Grid team , ' FORT COLLINS 1/n -- Jerry Zaleski, Colorado A4M halfback, has joined his teammate, Gary Click, Ihe ;-.3rlherncrs' squad for the nmial 'Blue-Gray Jootb'all game I Mohtgomery/Ala., Dec.. 31. Bob Davis, A'M coach, will as : si Coach Don Faurol of Mis- iuri in handling the Blue team. Click is an all-Skyline Confcr- nce back and Monday was named «-2, Sr; Hardline, ' 11, ic bonus choice ni the iirotcs- .onal (optba 1 !] draft by the Pifls- u'rg sieelers. ' · · · ' · ' . Davis said Zaleski has been a efcnsive standout this season and Iso "has been a threat with the ift-handcd tuning pass." , . Centre, 31. 1*0. " . . . lh, FaeWc. Luth«ri». - Vir.dersl«p, : : yrliLt- End -- . RIcfcaid ponlln. 30S. 6-3, Sr. Excelsior, MI on.. · Back -- N«Ie Clark. HiiUdalt, S I , .1r. Benlon-1'arbor, Mich. Bick, -- Gto* Scott, BacX -- Dave, Uuinilaai', "Whe«iOn, ' IW. 6'J," Sr. -Akron, Ohto: Bart --.-Cbarlei Stlcka, Trinity (Coi «, l»/,fr-0, Sr. Natlck. -M«i. ' : SECOND' TEAM -' . ·. Knrfj '- --.- George _Cil(k,;'CM. v ,*..'.. Cu«^ ^T,G^riy r i.liir"~* '"'* m ' : " C*r.ler .--;/ Guird -* \-\\\Y.ti St*aly, Pr'eibyferi»». TicVIe -- Sherman PlunkHI* Alarj-ldrj] ftl. ' · " End -- Hor.iW Henry, Hampatn-5j ar.ty. Bag* _ William Englehardt, Om«h. Back -- WUllam.Jlhoiej,-Western Stall 'flick -- Klroy Payne, McMurry. B»ck -- James ZaLier, Delnwar*. , .TR1MD TEA/C ' Kr.d --'Barrj' Drmler, Juniala. · TAC'XU -- Joe' Dekaiir.* Upula. Guirt -- Roltr.d. MeirKJeld, Miitm. 'Center -- Jeiiy Aoiell, Hohart. . · G u i r d -- Tom H o F H u n d r r , Auisburi. laeldt -- -Allen DunKam, Texaj Luther End -- Jack Hecker, Bft*llni r.rten Back. -- VillHam Hatnilton,- .Horeace (Ala.) Ftite. Back -- Jack Schulli, loilher. flowa). Back -- Don Bi**r, North Texii Stale, Back -- J a m f s Hi«B«oa f Scuthwiitera Those receiver hor.o'rabta mention ln Guirdi -- Charlei rr«hT«, SI, 'John'i (Minn.K Cenler* -- Pe1e Doroiix, Colfege d Idaho; John' Jankani, Ailioaa Slate o: ' T«mp*; Hon Kavadis. NoUh Dakota. ( havlik Leads . Carolina State Quint By THE ASSOCIATED.PRESS LaSalle, without Tom Gola; Dayon, without Johnny Horan, and N'orlli. Carolina Slate, 'with Ron Shavlik, lake to the courts Thursday night as another long'college lasketball season starts. LaSalle, Dfyto'n and Norlh Carolina Slate figure in just 'part of .he first big weekend, but they're :he only representatives of tnc top 10 teams of last season in action. . San Francisco, No. 1- in Ihe final Associated Press poll last.season and the NCAA champion, opens Friday night against .Chico Slate (Calif.) With three-lime All-America Gola 'graduated and how a. pro, LaSalle warms up against Millers- villc (Pa.) under new CoacTi Jim Pollard, a former pro standout. Ken Loeffler, who directed LaSalle to the NCAA title in 1354 »nd the r u n n c r u p ' ' spot last year has switched to Texas Ai.M. LaSalle, ranked No. 3 behind San Francisco and Kentucky in last season's final poll, got a big jolt Wednesday when Bob-Maples, one of · its returning · veterans, broke an anVle in practice. North Carolina Stale, back in good standing after a season oh NCAA probation, is back in force. ·The No. 4 team' of ^954-55 opens aoainst Florida Slate. Ron Shavlik, econd .team All-America, lops,a iluh that lost only two from.last ieason's starling five. Dayton, NIT runnerup and No. J in the Jinal poll; is rebuilding. Led hy 7-foot-Bill Uhl, it gels, a esl'from.louring Peppcrdine. . Most of the . other, members of .lie final top 10 also' get going this vcekend.. Marquette's No. 7 Warriors open i'riday'against St. Nor-Deri;- and Oregon State, losing 7-3 Swede Halbrook through scholastic difficulties from iti No. 10 club, Big Seven Hoop Race Is Figured Closest in Years £'. KANSAS CITY US -- The Big Seven .'Conference basketball .race --the coaches say--will be Ihc do est in many vcars. ; The Big Seven's nori-confeix-ncc schedule opens this .week.- ' · While 13M-55 champion Colorado artd.runncrup Missouri lost heavily in fop rank personnel, both teams are expected to again make a stout challenge with Kansas, Iowa State, Kansas Slate, Nebraska .and Oklahoma showing considerable ·improvement over last season. Coach Wilbur (Sparky) Slalcup's Missouri Tigcru open with South Dakota* University s.t Columbia Thursday night. L Four- games arc scheduled for Saturday. Missouri plays at Purdue, Nebraska at Iowa, Colorado at Oregon Slate and North Dakota State and Iowa State at Ames, . At a meeting of the co'achei here Sunday, here's how they sired up their teams: . Colorado (Bebe Lee)--Four sen iors~ and 6 junjorc comprise Ihe first two teams. Must develop re placement for cenler Buidctte Hal dorson, the' conference's leading scorer last season. George Han n'ah, 6*7 senior, is the No. 1 center Yirdon Is First To Sign Other capable veterans forward Mel '.Coffman, include -- guard Wayne Mansfield, Jim P.anglo and BiU Pclerson. Slightly higgc overall; perhaps a bit dower. Kansas (Phog Allen--Lscks t)i big man. Txni Johnson, 6-6 cenler guard Dallas Dobb's and Bill Brain ard. best of. the relurnces. Eddi Daler, transfer from Garden City (Kan.) Junior College, should be r emg Colorado Stale and Colorado AiM, both figuring on good seasons despite heavy losses (rom last year, are expected to give personnel and tactics a thorough review in the home and home basketball scries, this weekend. The Bear's will host the game Friday, then go to Fort Collins Saturday night. The tilts open the season for both clubs. The Ags, like the Bears, have just two regulars back. Guard Jack Bryant, 5-J1, and Center Gary Hit) bard, 6-5, are .the lone Aggie re lurncrs. Boyd Grant, 6-0, booked a lot of game time at guard; but Ihe rest of the squad has littlo Bill Virdon, Ml, St. Louii Cardi e-jtfi«ldtr, It firit Rtdbird. ligntd by new general managtr, Frank Lint/ at St. Louil. Virdon holdi conlnct. (AP Wirephoto). Polite Fans in Japan Did Not Mention Bums, McDougald Says experience. . . Others expected' lo sec action ho same situation *t C-State. He las only two former regulars back, Center Galen Bowles, 6-6, and Fo|T- ward Bob Tucker, 6-4. Tucker is lack after two. years in service. Jowlcs is tho only regular rclurn- ng from last year's unit. ' Trobable slsrtcrj. along with Bowles and Tucker for the Bears of value. Kansas State (Tex Winter) -- plays Oregon in opener a .non-conference On Saturday, Kentucky's No. ,2 Wildcats meet Louisiana' State; Iowa, Noi 5 a n d - t h e Big Ten champ, plays Nebraska of the Big Seven, -and Utah'; No. i iiid the Sklyline king, opens against Wichita of the (Missouri Valley. ' Noire Daoie, among the better independent j... starts s h o p ti'n g Thursday night against Detroit .of the Missouri Valley. Wisconsin gels Ihe jump on the rest of tho Big Ten, playing But- Traveling squad likely will include 8 sophomores, 2 seniors, and 2 juniors. Jf .sophomore center Jack Parr, 6-9, comes through,"the Wildcats will be lough. Top veterans include Pachin Vicens and Fritz Schneider,- guards; and Dick Stone, forward. Missouri (Slalcup).-- Veteran squad, but hurting for replacement for 'center Bob Reiter. Guards' Norm Stewart' and . Lionel Smith should-rate with best in conference. Lacks scoring and rebound power. Iowa Stale (Bill Slrannigan) -Don Medsker, 6-8 center, and John Crawford, 6-5,. guard, promising sophomores. Good team speed and should be tough off the boards. - Nebraska (Jerry Bush)--More deplh than a year ago and stronger outside, if sophomore . Jim Thorn, 6-9, develops, the Huskers will show vast improvement, Rex Ekwall, -6-5 junior, key man at start. Second, unit of short players has tremendous speed and scoring ability. Sophomore Jim Kubacki, 5-9, from Toledo,, could be real star. Oklahoma (Doyle Parrack) ·'--: Three juniors returning from learn that won only one conference game last season; 9 sophomores. Sophomore forward Joe King, .6-fi, .appears, class of rookie .crop. Leroy Li t ;,a, 6-5 center,, and -Jimmy Peack, 5-9 guard, Both veterans, will carry early load. . Br HAL - B O Y L E NEW YORK «1 -- Gil JlcDou- gald, the distinguished young New York Yankee infielder, has' returned from a goodwill baseball safari- lo Japan in lop condition except for a bad case of writer's cramp. · "Everybody in Japan is baseball crazy from kids to old-men," he marveled. *'They play it day and night all the year round. And every fan seems to be an autograph collector.' "One day 1 looked out my hotel window and saw a 'businessman playing catch during the lunch hour on the roo' o£ the building across the street. He must have been 60 years old.". The Yankees, who dropped.the 1055 World Series to'the Brooklyn Dodgers, did considerably bette against Japanese ball-clubs. They won all but one'of.their 20 game and 'that ended in a 1-to-l tie colled after the 10th inning on ac count of darkness. . As a Dialler of fact, one of 111 pleacantest Ihines: about the tri| to.the Yankees was that the Jap {Sports Shorts'. CHICAGO HI --. 'Canadian pr football clubs are bidding tor th services of Notre Dame' fullbac Don Schaefer. .He'said Wecinesda night he had offers from two Ca n a d i a n 'teams and expected'to tal with a third. Schaefer was Nation al Football League draft choic o t : t h e Philadelphia Eagles. Bjek»- Jan-.ei J-*hmsn, St. Joba'i 4LfliO; Don . Miller, Norlh Dakota. Jig Ed Lauds Baseball' DENVER wv -- Colorado Gov. d C. Johnson, who headed the 'eslern Baseball League frojn its evival after. World War II until uesday, lauded the sport Wednes- ay in an informal valedictory.' "It does more and has done acre to make" America wliat it is nan any other single enterprise n our country," '.said Ihc Colo- adoan, former United States enator. - . .'. . "I have enjoyed,- m y . basebal obby '-career very.-much," he said n response .to » question, at his ews '. conference. .+ .· . . . "It brought me into contact with ll'ot the baseball men of,the-'ma- qr and minor leagues. I have ound them lo b« top flight pcb- le.- '. .- · ' -".I've had 'no-'ofher experience hat- quite equalled it in salisfac- ion. I'd recommend, it for any- jody who is interested in Amer- John son, noted thai -he received RO salary from the league, and was paid only his out-of-pocket expenses. ' , .. He remarked that he found it very difficult. ito sever his connection .with'' baseball, observing hat he' tried for five years W he relieved of his duties, "and it .finally took a' coronary to accomplish it." · . ' / The governor has-.jusi recovered [rom a heart altacTc. "· ' " He said Neal Kobbs of Pueblo chosen iy the Class A league as his successor, would ' m a k e an txcellent president." · ' · · ler. Thursday night. Missouri' i breaks first in. the ..Big · Seven gl against South Dakota: '· · in .Idaho State,' the Rocky Moun- · f a i n champ, plays Utah State and a [ Denver is at Colorado Mines Thurs- in day nifht. ' n Mastro Real Toe' Man .... w I.ARAMIE, Wyo'. -- H Joe M»s- trogiovanni. isn't the best field goal ·; kicXer in the college game (which w many will say he is), he is at least J( the most dramatic. "Cowlxiy J6«"- i booted the fourth three-pointer : in his college career Thanksgiving Day against Denver and it .n'srked Ihe third which' was kicked .in the fast seconds cf ihe game. His first was against D. U. last year, in the final two seconds. Against New Mexico the next week he won in the same manner.- His first this season against Utah was near the end of the half and the'one he missed a year ago against Arizona that cost a 43-42 Wyomir: win was on Ihe final turn of the clock. . Join Centur? Club CLEVELAND tH -- Eric Pogue of Cleveland »nd Sam Betfio of Buffalo reacned'lhe 100-goal mark as scorers in the American-Hockey. League earlier this season. SftELBYVILLE, "Tenn. WV-- John T. Stone, 50, former major league baseball, player, died of a heart attack Wednesday. He played in Ihe Detroit outfield for five years and spent 10 more years as a Washington outfielder, retiring in .1939.- - . EXECUTOR'S PRIVATE SALE VAN DYNE ESTATE HOUSE AT,1110 8fh St., Gree- \ey, Colo. Now. vacated and will be shown on. appointment. Has been appraised for loan. purposes, and for estate sale puvpose, for cash, at $6,500,00. Make me an offer above' that amount. HERBERT E. MANN, Executor, ; Bldg., Greeley, Colo. - Welter, Dies After Fight ' . TAMPA, F!a. LT1--Ferman King, 26-year-old Tampa · welterweight, icd Thursday at the Tampa Ne- jro'Hospital, 32 hours afler being injured in a boxing bout. King, a veteran of 55 profession 1 fights, suffered a heart injury i the ninth -round .of Tuesday ight's scheduled ' 10-round hout ;i(h Aman Peck of .Tampa. WEDNESDAY'S FIGHTS \ B T THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON -- Carmen RaslHo, HiW." Can- aitota, -ti: Y., itepped Tony D«JIarco 45M, Boiton, 11 (Basil!o retalnetT. world weltenreijht . BARCELONA, -- Franco Frlli:. taly, s(«pp«rl Jtsux MjriLnu, Splin, SPOKANE, Wash. «1 -- Vine Martinez of Patterson, N.J., m;eel Ernie Greer of Oakland, Calif here-.Thursday night with an e townrn* improving his chances welterweight title shot, . WABASSO, Minn. 151 -- Aftc four long years, the Wabasso Hig School basketball team is back o the glory road. A 36-34 victor over Echo snapped a 43-gam losing stveak Wednesday night. COLUMBUS, Ohio Wl -- Johnn Pesky, veteran American Leagu infielder with Boston and 'Dclroi Thursday was named manager Durham, N. C,, in the Class Carolina League, a Detroit farm 'Pesky, was .a player coach · a Denver in the American Assn. las season. ', who are Ihe soul ot oiirtesy, never mentioned "Brook- n'* or ''Dodgers." once. * · "I never saw fans so polite," bserved Gil. "They never hooted s a single time." The Yankees found the national astime of Japan essentially- the ame "as the American national lastime except the Japanese play n an all-dirt field anil use lightly lighter, and smaller ball. '-'.You can't knock it as far, and hat .bothered us a little," admit ed McDougald. .The 6-fool-plus lanky Yankee star gave this assessment of Jap anese'big league play: "They are line in the field, bn seem' to lack throwing strength from the outfield. The f a n s wer particularly impressed by the way Hank Bauer could pick up a line drive to right field and throw anrl catch the runner at first. · "At hat the Japanese try too hard to powerhouse the hall Instead of depending : on coordination. 11 ' * . But the mosl mysterious thing lie found in the way baseball is played in Ihe myslerious East was the pitching. "They use against C-Stafc are Rich Gregory, 6-4; GQorgc Stuchni, 6 4 ; Stan Albert, 6-0;-Dave Kesscl, 5-10;' Bert Chrislcnsen, 6-2; Bob Brookshirc, 5-2; and Pete ^Prall, 6-5. Probaole Ag starters are Sluehm Gregory, Kibhard, Bryant and Grant. Jim Williams, Ihe Ag coach, ex uccEs inexperience lo hurt the club al first, j]ut feels he. has some 'good young kids · with a lot of huslle' who should help a lot*. Bryant, a fine outside shooter, and Hibbard, a good hooker, arc .expected to" have fine" seasons. Gregory is rated among the most talented, prpspccts ever to enroll at AM. Albert was a Denver star two years ago; Hesscl was a lop player for Englewood high. Coacli Pcie Butler faces almost' 3alcn Bowles 3Ick Daugherty Job Tucker fred Diehl "rank Kinn^y Dick Dorn Don Scheid · Roger Hynck · Ralph Jordan Irving Brown Jerry Clemens : Tom White Bill Schrarter Max WItha'm Bill Wright ,' HI. 6- G ' 6 - 4 ·6- 4 - 6- 0 6 : 1 ' .6- 5 ·: - 6- 3 6 - 3 6-. 2 5- 9 6- 4 ·5- 9 ' ' 5-10 6 - 9 ' 5: 9 Wl. 185 200 175 . 168 173 215 203: '187 ·1M 158 198 153 1C8 170 155 probahly will be Dick DaugherlyVv,;. 6-4;. Fred Diehl, 6-0; and Frahk,.y. 4 ' Kinney, 6-i. Daugherty, who wili ;; .j play a forward spot, and Diehl are r' · letfcrmen. Kinney is a transfer.. ,' from Garden City, Kan'. , :,.·_: V. Game lime .is 8 p.m. C-Slal« ; .,j freshmen will play a preliminary .-,;; with a squad game. . · ··/ L Cl. · H«m» TowV^ Z Sr. · · . Keencsburg'rrrp 1 SkC Hammond, Ind.* 7=. · Sr. . Meeker^','" Jr. " Cozad, Neb. 1 ';' Jr. Garden City, Ka'n.'^| .Fr. . . Fort Morgan'!'*.. So. Prospect VaUay ~" .So." Worland, Wyo.;;; 'So. , Aurora^''". Jr. . ' //' Denver;.'';]. So. .1 Bridgeport, Neb';"'' Jr. ' New York Cits':; 4 Jr.' .Del Norte; ^ Fr. ' Denver.*'/ Jr. .Richmond, Ind.V7" a. hesitation ball," he said'. "It was our biggest problem. The pitcher slows up at al.l stages of his windup', and depends on his windup lo deceive the bailer rather than on the spin or the speed' of the ball. And every two or three innings the- pitcher, worn out by liis windup, wouM_ be replaced by a new pitcher.". An American pitcher, when he is relieved during a lense game, goes right lo the showers, then hurrjcs home' lo pick a quarrel ,vifc--or kick -his dog Japanese pilcher with' his around. But when' a is jerked," said McDougaltl, 'ho goes lo the'sidelines and pitches wannup balls for another Ib minutes. 1 suppose he docs it lo save face in front ot the crowd. Anyway, nobody boos him." WEDNF-SDAY'S HOCKEY .Ml T I I E ASSOCIATEO ~.:L.~..., ,ftr\ntf Salad. Bowl Will Lack Texas Tech-Wyo, Stars PHOENIX, Ariz.' Mi - The annual Salad Bowl all-star football game will be played "as scheduled Doc. 31, hut without stars from Texas Tech or Wyoming, officials said Thursday, ' , The game annually malchos a team of scniprs from Border Con fercncc schools and a like lean from, the' Skyline Conference. Tech, champion of the" Borric loop, will meet Wyoming,' a Sk line l e a d e r , - i n the Sim Bowl a El Taso, Tex., Jan. 2. Floyd Williams, executive seen tary of. the' Salad Bowl Found a tion, saij--absence of stars Iroi Ihe two colleges would not affec plans for' (he game. Coach Phtl Dickens of Wyoming one of Ihe,Skyline.coaches f o r t h Salad Bowl,'; said players "woul not v be' permitted lo play *in bol games. Hewitt - Weaver, Tec coach, said his .players'would ho be permitted lo piny at Phooni unless they drop off his squad Williams said he did not k\io\ whether Dickens would take par in- the g a m e here as sclwudulet The bowl will "also- lose thre seniors who are scheduled lo pla in Ihe East-West game the sam day in San- Francisco. _ Missing from the Sk'ylinc squa will be tackle Heed Henderson o Utah Stale and halfback' Tier Nakkcn. of Utah, The Border tea will be mjnus 'John Jankans Ar zona Stale' .tackle. Each conference sends 25 son iors to (he gam?. In the first of th se'rics last year, the Skyline won 20-13. Tiie seven previous Sala Bowl games matched top collcg and service teams. 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