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Pag«22_CREELEY TRIBUNE Friday. Nov. 23, 1962J ,'pQRJ SLANTS by Pap' Qujjj TalgC f Crown; Others Play Saturday Lions Conquer Packers, 26-14 By JERRY OREEN .26-0 in the fourth quarter that thej DETROIT AP 1 -- The quick- Packers could get untracked. and striking Detroit Lions, armed by-their defense helped -hem tc all the Milt Plum to Gail Cogdill passjtheir pouits. combination, c o n o u e r e d the [Green Bay 0 0014--14 mighty, previously u n b e a t e n ! D e t r o i t 716 30-26 Crcen Bay Packers 26-14 Thurs-i if -fr if day with an overwhelming mixture of offense and defense. The display that kept a capacity crowd of 57.598 in a constant uproar left the Packets leading the National Football League's Western Division by only one game OUT the Lions. Each club has throe games left. Touchdown passes of 33 and 27 . yards from Plum to Coudill start" ed the Packers down to their first] By JERRY GREEN defeat in 11 games this season.1 Associated Prttt Sports Writer _ I t was the Packers' first loss in: DETROIT iAP--"Well, it's a ' 13 regular season games. includ-| ovcr \ve are still in first plac ing their championship victoryjand now the pressure is off. Thi last year. iloss will make a better team ou The Lions, who lost their firstjof us. Look out for us now.' Still in 1st, Packers Find Great Relief game to Green Bay 9-7 on a lasl- minute field goal, turned the nationally televised rematch into a rout early in the second quarter. They scored Iwo touchdowns 21 seconds apart and ruined the Packers' chances of becoming the 'first team in 20 years to go ·through an «NFL schedule with perfect record. The Lions awesome defense held the Packers' proud offense n · a virtual standslill unlil Ihe fourth . quarter. Jim Taylor, the NFL': leading ground-gainer, was held ti 61 yards. And quarterback Bar Slarr was dumped for a whoppini 110 yards in losses while tryini to pass under the heavy rush o .the Lions defenders. · It wasn't until the Lions Pro Football Thursday's Pro Football Result: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit 26, Green Bay 14 American Football Leagut New York 46. Denver 45 I Deaths and Funerals Smiling as he rarely does in ictory. Coach Vince Lombard! poke with great relief afler hisj Teen Bay Packers 10 - game' Ireak of invincibility ended Thursday. He greeted the Detroit Lions' destruclion of Packer hopes of going through the National Foot jail League season undefeated in jovial manner. "No more pressure," Lombard! repeated after the Lions explode: the Packers' 26-14 in their na tionally televised Thanksgiving Day game. The Packers, reigning NFL :hampions, have only three game: left. They hold a one-game leai over Detroit in their bid for slraighl Western Division title. "My club wasn't flat," sail Lombard!. "We were ready. De troil jusl overwhelmed us." The remalch with the Packer was a game the Lions had bee pointing for since Oct. 7 whe they were beaten 9-7 on a las minute field goal. "My players have been buili ing up for this ever since th: game," said Coach George \VU son, soundly crilicized by his ow Lions when they losl at Gree Men's Gymnasium By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ovid won the Class C 8-man t!e Thur.-dav. Center alread; 25th LOSS, 16-15; AMES. Iowa ' AP' - The Iowa _, csl _ Jat!i5 on 2 run 'HumaHch State football team wound up its TMTM COLLINS. Coo. AI ; final practice Thursdav bv fight- Monlana squeaked out a »"«^ UU r - · - · - . 16 _i5 viclory over Colorado Mate ing a fire which de.-troyed considerable athletic equipment in the men's gymnasium. Although the football uniforms I jlji; _ x;l!er 1 run iDodson University Thurs., beating the ^^ '%S£ n l run Hurr* ^'a^anlS^^fik^pass ,omhristen,en,. were not in the equipment reigns as B champion and Iw w here 'he fire broke out. many other Colorado high school divi- - p ail s d O f a thl e iic shoes, sweat - ,sion football titles will be decided 5u j, s ( Owe i s . a nd a few football in games Saturday. 5 u , I hel ,mets, foolballs and basketballs , Halfback John Sanger seored| ttere destroyed or damaged. V.Y. Titans Trip Broncos, 46-45 Seight touchdowns in guiding Ovid to a 59-19 victory over Saguache at Ovid in the 8-man finals. Ovid was undefeated in 10 games this season. The Class AA championship ;ame matches Air Force Acad- my High School of the Pikes 'eak League at La Junta Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The host Tigers are a slight favorite lo capture j .heir sixth state high school foot-j ball title. La Junta is unbeaten in II games this season but was tied U-13 by Pueblo East, a Class AAA team. Unbeaten Paonia Eagles of the Gunnison Valley League plays at Yuma Saturday at 1:30 p.m. foi The Cyclone football team. which plays Ohio University here Saturday, was finishing a morning workout when the blaze broke out about noon. J4.250. i The game was the final one lor both teams, leaving Montana 5-5, and CSU 010 for the season. The Aggies narrowly missed breaking their losing skein «hen.,|:^ 1( .,,,,, |in the second quarter, they chose)' to kick for one point instead of! running lor two following a touchdown. ' MSU-iotay 2 run tjliller run) -- wo _, """" " The players carried some equip- oul of Ihe room--including new football parkas valued al Sl.OOO--and helped firemen fight the blaze. The fire started when paint Durst into flames as it was being ;prayed on football helmets by The Aggies scored the first touchdown. They drove 62 yards in nine plays. Halfback Jim Ufforge went around end for eight yards the Montana 10 when a rough- WALKER John J. Walker, 2124 East 18th St. Husband of Mrs. Martha Walker. Father ot John H. Walker, Cheyenne; Mrs. C. Lee (Virginia) Osborn, Denver; Howard 41. and Robert D. Walker, Greeley; W. Dil- · · lard Walker, ScottBdale, . - . A r i z . ; Willis C. Walker, .Saratoga. Wyo. Also sur. vived by eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services 10 a.m. Saturday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment Linn Grove. L/ucnouU tmWua/ui 93. 0 oV Col*. By FRANK PITMAN siKiated Pnst Sports Writer 3ENVEK (API--Xcv: York's tans bolted lo a 17-0 lead, al- ed Denver to surge to a 45-32 for a ;nlo one louchdown and marchec 65 yards for another in the last 4 minutes. Denver had a last-gasp chanci argin, then rallied on two scor- g passes by quirtcrback Johnny reen to salvage a 46-45 Amen in Football league victory over e Broncos Thursday. Denver appeared to be home with the two touchdown lead ut New York converted A! Fra- ei-'s fumble on the Denver 20 in the top contest. ,. , , , . ,, ,,· Wasson, the South field goal by Gene Mingo holding penalty s e t t h e , * . * . _ , athletic equipment manager Les ' ne ness penalty cost the Grizzlies five ·ards and "brought the Aggies tc the Montana i. Two plays later halfback Phil] Texas Rallies For B3 In, A Bowl Spot Jackson went over right guard ton By GARTH JONES AUSTIN. Tex. 'AP' - Fourth- Askelson. who suffered m i n o r burns. Iowa State Athletic Director Gordon Chalmers said he was not he Class A championship. The immediately able to estimate the earns are rated even in advance;amount of the loss, which he said estimates. Yuma held the A tille. would be covered by insurance. m 1%0 - '. The football team worked out in Class AAA competilion reaches| the ^^^ M (he p | ayers could the semifinal stage Saturday wilh| re i ax in , he ^ {ermm before the | ranked Texas, trailing ASM 3-0 in the fourth undefeated Aurora and unbeaten East Denver matched in the Denver Prep Stadium at 1:30 p.m. but a holding penally ,, -». |C41ora ^ s , Broncos lo where he had to kick " ,, ,, . . * . 'The coaches didn't have to a thing to get them up--just g out of their way." he added. Wilson, confident all season t ions could catch up with t streaking Packers, feels strong than ever that it will happen. "This beating we gave them i wake up the 49ers or Los Angeles! Rams and get them to help us," he said. Los Angeles plays the Packers twice and San Francisco once in the Packers' final three games. Green Bay has to lose once more for the Lions to get a chance to catch up. Australians Set New 440 Ladies Mark PERTH 'API-Australia's team, inchored by Dawn Fraser, broke he world record in the women's 440-yard freestyle swimming relay y winning Ihe evenl in 4 min uleb, 11.1 seconds in the British Empire Games Friday. The previous mark was 4:13.8 set by the same four girls al Me! bourne Oct. 22. from his own 48 and the try was way short. After trailing badly at the start. Denver rallied on defensive captain Bud McFadin's 69-yard touchdown run with a fumble. McFadin grabbed the ball when teammate Izaac Lassiter knockec it loose from Green. That pul Denver within four points, 24-20 with nine minutes left in the thin eriod The Broncos took the lead 7-24 three minutes later on quar- erback George Shaw's 6-yard ouchdown pass to Bob Scarpitto. New York battled bacK and re- ook the lead 32-27 late in the third eriod on a safely and Green's Big Eight Briefs Cenlral hosl al Salurday at :30 p.m. against Lakewood in he other semifinal. Lakewood is he Jefferson County League champion. Lakewood walloped Wasson 34-0 in an early season non-league game. Center was awarded the Class B crown aflcr runnerup Erie forfeilcd Ihe championship sched uled this weekend. The forfeiture followed Ihe disciplining of mosl [ the Erie team players for rinking after last week's victory ver Middle Park of Granby he semifinals. Thanksgiving Day dinner served in the evening to members of the squad. During the final workout, the Cyclones polished their pass defense in preparation for the inva sion of Ohio University passe: Bob Battitt. · iMENAGH · . , , . . Betty B. Menagh, wife ot Eldon K. Mcnaph of Fort 1 'Lupton. S e r v i c e s Our · ·-·Chanel, Saturday. 2 p.m. Interment Green Mountain ,' .1 . Cemetery, Boulder, Colo. FLOWERS WeiHOrhSt. 352-2851 MONUMENTS and MARKERS , : .g(l Years of Leadership In . : : · '· Granite and Bronze ', '·· Monuments '·:''·'·'.''.· O P E N SUNDAVS ^'.·'.- by Appointment ····.'··^ Ralph I1olli8t=r '"GfttELEY MONUMENT CO. ;·:·:··· 1015 7th Ave. LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-: 1 Thornton missed Thursday's braska football drill being ex- sed to rest an ankle, Coach Bob Devaney said. Devaney said Thornton would beL e le to play againsl Oklahoma L alurday. The fullback has been L delined off and on this season · ith ankle and shoulder injuries. ' Willie Ross, halfback who missed one drill due to a cold, was described as ready lo play aturday. | MANHATTAN. Kan. AP)-The Kansas Slate Wildcats held a brisk workout Thursday morning, ^oach Doug Weaver named sen- ors Jack King, 192-pound end, Neal Spence, l'J4-pound tackle, as co-captains for Saturday's game against Oklahoma State. COLUMBIA. Mo. ' A P )an Devine said Thursday Mis- »uri may be without its regular ranter and defensive quarterback,|lon Daryl Krugman, ' the University of Kansas here Sat-1 League urday. Krugman was m Miss Fraser's time in the swim ming the final 110 yards from flying start was 58.3 seconds. Thi is the fastesl time for the dis tance ever swum by a woman bi cannot be recognized as a rccor because of the flying start. Canada was second and Eng land third. Canada's Harry Jerome, running well within himself in the blazing near the 100-degree heat, flashed to victory in 9.4 seconds a trial heat of the 100-yard dash on the opening day program. Jerome, a studr.nl at Ihe University of Oregon and co-holder of illie world record of 9.2, said he ran jusl fast enough to make sure of qualifying. 5-yard touchdown pass to Don Maynard. But a Denver gamble iut the Broncos back on top 35-32 vith u minutes to play. On a [ourth-and-one down their own 24 the Broncos ran for it with fullback Bo Dickinson making that yard and 40 more down to New York's 35. Two plays later Shaw connected on a 3-yard scoring pass to Lionel Taylor. Denver appeared to have locked up the victory with a spectacular interception of a Green Pass by Wahoo McDaniel with 9:30 to play. He grabbed the ball on Denver's 41, ran back 11 yards ind lateraled to halfback Jim Me klillin who ran 48 yards for a ouchdown and Gene Mingo's ex- ra point kick gave Denver a 42-32 goal to pad the margin to 45-32 with 5:57 to play. \cw York Denver 14 10 8 14-^16 0 13 14 18--45 DENVER ( A P ) -- Statistics of the Nev Prep Title Game In D.C. Marred By Free-for-AII WASHINGTON 'API - A fight on the playing field sparked a free-for-all among teen-age spectators after a foolball game for Ihe capital city's high school championship Thursday. Officials reported al least 34 injured, two seriously enough to be tept in the hospitals. Police lauled many off to the precinct stations to cool off and 14 were xwked -- mostly on disorderly conduct charges and with 3 on drunk charges. The melee spilled over onto parking lols and slreels outside She huge Districl of Columbia Stadium where more than 50,000 Buffs Wind Up 'Worst Season' Against AF Sat. BOULDER. Colo. i A P ' - Col rado's oft-beaten Buffaloes ente tain Air Force Saturday in a too hall finale clouded by an impen ing shakeup in Colorado's athlet department. The game is expected to e: the one-season coaching term CU Coach William ' B u d ' Da\ who was hired last March all the university fired Everett ny) Grandelius and his staff f lowing disclosure nf wholes: Texas period. _ _ ..... _. surged from behind and captured The Grizzlies scored rhe second touchdown, in the same quar- . They drove 76 yards to Ihe (["^southwest Conference football U 1 where they lost the baUj^mpionship and a spot In the downs. CSU quarterback · I °hni ( ; (lUon Bmv | i,y beating the Ag- ristensen fumbled and Gerald! . 13.3 Thursday, chau recovered for Montana on .^ v j c ( 0rv pave the Lonpborns e CSU 2. One play later quar-! [linl? triumphs for the season and back Paul Miller sneaked over onl . a , 4 . 14 , ie wj ,i, |(j ce University marring a perfect record. U (lie first undefeated season for the Longhorns in 39 yrars. Texas will be host team-in the the score ,n Ihe Ihird quarter, CSU. bend 8-7 al Ihe half, started a ichdown drive on its own 17 he big run in Ihe drive came hen Christensen ran around lefl nd from the Montana 24 to the no. He took the ball over on the e.xt play. Montana scored the final touch- Cotlon Bowl game Jan. 1 in Dallas. The visiting te;nn likely will be- chosen alter Saturday'i games. The Longhorns' viclory fllminal- ed second-place Arkansas from conference title and. Cotton JBowl race. But the Razorbacks own. The Grizzlies recovered a ( SU fumble on the 50-yard line , nd in seven plays, with 3:35 leflj^.p' immediately accepted a bid the clock, fullback Pele C,otay; t(] . jn , hc ^v Bowl in Ni-w cored. Miller, who faded back to (Jr|( ,. 1 - [w , lk , , occn(t ass for the extra point, couldn't ind his man, and took the ball ver himself. Aontana SU ... year. Arkansas winds uj its »ea- son Saturday at Texas Tech. Sports Notes NEW DELHI 'API -- Mexican , The grime lived up lo its «9- lyear reputation for bc.rij; » hair. 1 7 1 0-15 j. ai5llr ^'tween the two state- .supporleil schools. .. The AcRies took a 30 edge in the first quarter with a perfect 20-yard field goal by Mike dark. his' seventh of the .season. Hark Davis Cup tennis ca|lain Francis-'missed a second field goal attempt in the second quarter. \ Texas was unable to score until the beginning of the fourth qifar- ead Mingo booted a 49-yard field fans - the lar S esl cr ° w , d ever to see a sports events here--galh- ered. For about an hour afler I h e NCAA and Big Eighl violalio The Davis-coached team, b around six returning lettermen. has lost eight games and won but one--a 6-0 triumph over Kansas State. Humiliating 62-0 and 57-0 osses to Oklahoma and Missouri, respectively, pu Colorado's foot- lall fortunes at the lowest level iince joining the Big Eight in 1948. Davis' resignation Is reported ready for filing after the end of Lhe Air Force game. Air Force is at least a two- louchdown favorite, although the Falcons' 5-4 record is hardly im pressive. In their last appearance the Falcons dropped a 10-3 de cision lo Baylor. C o l o r a d o ropped a 21-12 decision to Texa: co Contreras said Thursday his team would be able to fly to Madras this weekend, despite sere curtailment ol air services in t t , r . Tailback Jerry Cook went India due to the Chinese invasion Itwi'-'lin:; and lurnini; fmtn the 10 The Mexicans are scheduled to O r the first I/onfihurn score »nd 'uny Crosby kicked the extra mint. Six plays later Tommy p'.ay India for the intcrzone chain- at Madras beginning ionship )ec. 1. NEW YORK ( A P I -- Arnold 'aimer and Jack Nicklaus. two ol olf's biggest money-winners Ihis ear, will be honored at the lltl' nnual dinner of the Molropolitai Golf Writers Association here next game youngsters battled one an- Tech in the Buffaloes' last out olher and police. Three dogs were j n g among reinforcements called in. ·'ord went over from the 1. Texas A4M . ... 3 ..Q. 0 . Texas captured two major 0 0 0 13-13 The trials for the 100 and sev- c eral swimming events fealured i the opening of fullscale competi- ] lion in the Games, which were i formally opened Thursday by the Duke of Edinburgh. Keeping Up A JNew Senators' 3 By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. 1 WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- George Selkirk doesn't have to worry j about keeping up with the Jones ' es. As new gent'i'nl manager o the Washington Senators basebal team his biggest problem is keep h ing up with the Angels-- the Ix) s- Angeles variety, ir Both Los Angeles and Washing k, ton started (rom scratch lv ts years ago when the America at- Ijeaguc expanded, l/)s Angek climbed to third place this pa ic- Ucasnn while the Scnalnrs lini:,u de last for the second straight yea rjrV-Ucnver American football Uauue amc: TIUntDroncn irsl downs .. ZS 15 assing yardage 26fl 173 asses allemplcil 22-45 JI41 'atscs Intercepted by ... 3 3 unw 6-47.2 H3.J "umblcs lo.st 1 1 earts penalized 27 130 ftth Angels Pilot Job the firing of Ed Dolwrty as general manager. After signing a flock of youn payers in 1961, Washington signet only a few this year, almost non in the bonus category. Only h first year players iiru on the Se utor roster lo prolecl the against the major league dra · next week. ' Selkirk scheduled a meeting n |day with Manager Mickey V 5 nun. Business Manager Joe Bur \ who was acting general mana after Doherly's departure, an One dog was bitten by a hu- an, his police handler reported, t was Ihe fifth consecutive ar St. John's and Eastern High tiool have played for the title. John's won 20-7 Thursday. Witnesses said theic was evi- encc of drinking among Ihe wctators and some indication o aciai conflict. St. John's is pre- ominantly white and Easter mostly negro. The brief fighl lietween oppo ng players started when an Eas ern player who had been cjecti. y officials ran back onto th ield and started swinging. Thi ilaycr was subdued hy team mates. i.oiorauo s prn-iypc raiense win i-- eek victory on the passing of ^" uarlcrback Frank Cesarek. Ihe atching of end John McGuire j c nd the running of Bill Harris, ( ; 1 veteran nt fullback. McGuire j. las Iwen an oulslanding sopho- (| . more performer. ( j The Air Force, fcaluring three y units, is favored to wear down the Buffaloes in the second half. s( Terry Isaacson's passing and op- 1; tion runs along with fullback Lar- r; ry Tnllstam'g power drives are the main weapons in the Air Force attack. A crowd of perhaps 30.000 is expected for 1:30 p.m. kickoff in Folsom Stadium. Sports Writer Jack Carberry, 70, Dies j DENVBIl 'AIM - Jack Car- ,, Denver in 1M1 to work on the berry, 70, veteran sports writer Post. One year later, he. was an. 9. Palmer ournaments, Ihe Masters and the British Open. Nicklius took tha U.S. Open, defeating Palmer in a (layoff, and also won the Wort' Series of Golf, which earned him $50.000. TOKYO (AP - Kalsuo Haga. Japan's second-ranked bantamweight, defeated Koberto Luna, No. 2 Mexican bantamweight, on points In a nontitle boxing match Thursday night. N7W YOKK (API-World we!- lerweighl boxing champion F,mile Griffith of New York Ml Thur.s iy for Lns Vegns to resume training for the defense of hi against Argentina's .lorgi Ark. To Play In Sugar Bowl NEW ORLEANS. (Al 1 '-The Arkansas Kazorbacks'.'a c c o p I e d Itiirsdagr an jnvilnliin lo play in the Sugar Bowl fillbnll gam« lere Jan. 1. Coach Frank Broylcs oCArknn- w accepted the inv{U(i»Kfesuod y Marshall J. DaviS, SugKr Bowl Fernandez. sprain and I,arry Kuba and Tom Ilerl;. were taking turns at placing him as s punter. is to determine It was this comparison more| re-|lhan any other factor that "used ,,^"'J 5 ^ most." Selkirk said, and how t NBA aboul getting the necessary players. iiir Ihe Denver Post and newspapers in New York City and I/is Angels, died at bis home Thursday while watching game on television football The 15-round bout, Griffith' second since his knockout of tin late Benny Parct, will be held EC. 8 at Las Vegas. PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) - Bob handler, director of public Ha- ons and publicity for the Philn- elphin Phillies has resigned el cclive Nov. 30. lo consider tm- iloymenl outside of baseball, tht club announced Thursday. NASSAU. Bahamas (APi-liiit sb automobile racer Stirling Moss lero In compete in Nassau Speed week events starting Dec. 2. (lev home for an eye operation. Mos will not relurn (or the rncci BEKKKLEY, Calif. ' A I ' i - T h jrcsidcnt. . Broyles wild he and .his tcnm ·ere happy t« be abltjo return o the Sugar Bowl .pit J a n . t Alabama's nntinnal ctjaj^pi'ini de- ented the Ka/.orback* $-3. David S8id Ailkansta^opponcnt would be named ne\t wock. The Knzorbncks, ranked sevenlh nationally in The Associated Press poll, were runners-up lo Texas in the Southwest '.Conference race with eight victories and x 7-3 loss lo the Umuhorns. Arkumnt. fin- ics its regular season njuinst Bowling By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Syracuse 130. Boston 120 S'. I/mis 106. Dulroil !H . 7-11 Los Angeles i34. Cincinnati 110, S(Wf ,.. Bjl . (| .,. Uf)uor 4 B]( ,,, 7 Tod«y's Game. |( . ()n( ,. (J . T( ,., m N() , 4 Kvo , ; ,,. Chicago vs. Boston al I'rovi- (;T . M|I ,, V San( , h (; ,. nvp | 3 ,,,,,, Flowers Telegraphed We lend (lowers anywhere . . . to telegraph flower* limply coll: 352-1931 Boston dene Syracuse al New York St. L'niis al 1/i'triiil Ixs Angeles at S-:m Francisco S«lurd»y'» Gamt» New York ;it Syracuse Detroit a! Cllieajln Cinrinnati al i/"- Angeles linslon al SI. l/»iis .lows Drvwall I: Allm.in Klci-tric Ka ABL Thursd«y'« Retulti as I ily l i t . Clui-aiii »" ' iskcd lo gn to Kansas City to work on the. old Kansas Cily Post, also controlled hy Frederick (',. Bonlils. founder of the Denver] iPnst. Carberry suffrrcd an apparnnlj |i,. went frnm Kansas City In icail allack. He had been hns-i w o l k i nr || 1( , 0 |,| [ n tenii lilalized briefly on several on-a-!x,, v .,, service in Ni w York, fnr ,ions ill recent months. tt .| )j( . h (ll , tm ,.|.,.,| ,|, ( , ,i n( .|; |) crnp . He retired from active work in w .y.|j pi (.-j,-,,,, heavyweight Imx 'Ji'tnlicr 195!) following 4fl ynarv nf j n j, m ai,.|, newspaper work. He continued t'i| c,.,,| l( , lry ; ,| sn w ,,iked fnr the write an occasional sports column.^. Y(|r|( M j r l w anrf Nw York University of California .sncce team dcfeuted the Air iMirec hoi Colorado Springs 4 In 3 Tuesdn 'Tli«; Second in thi'l, Shii|ii' Urns. 1. (JrajK-lte Commy :i, ( ; i l i f o r n i a Oil 1; Korneio Dec. 3. Nelson's Conoco t; Kersey Pnol 3. SobiT's ConnTM I; Nif ty Cafe 2. 7-1'p 2. High Team Sericv Bird's Liquor! 2f77. (selling phnnocrapli leenids In! High Team (!ame: Romeroitravel lo I.ns Annclcs in 1914 for Decoratnis '.OK. High Individual Serifs: iic:in. irttnnitifi to tin- Dcn- N'clx'i : kick with three minutes to go I give California iU virlory. Jim Renu'hcn Mwrd twice fi the Air l''nice. mill .!un Peri niide oni. 1 K»al. Chuck I'arke., ynunRi'st nf fi 1 irnlhers wlm were jockeys fro dahn, succeeded his brother I ·ears ago as trainer for Fred \ A nalivi! of Di'nvei, Carbcrry mice w.i.s Micirty editor nf thf I'nt aivl wrote advice to the lovelorn column. i Hi 1 ciillwtcil rnniinli money by ; i Posl as '.[Kills editor in Caiheiry, scpnniled (rom wife, lived «lnne. his Football Scores l h ' ! ' f i r s l ne*s|iaprr job .is a grn- Jim " ^i B nmrnl reporter fnr the Mnhalke SW. Al Martinez 551. High Individual (iarne: Jim Mrchalkf 22«. Ron Juke. 221 Tod»y'» G»m» K.nv-ai. t'ity .nt Chicico S«turd«y'i Ganwi f'ltl.sbmi'li al I'lnlaHclphia Chicajo »t Kansas Cily More Sports On Page 7 COLLEGE Texas 13, Texas AM 3 VMI 14. Virninin Tech 9 N.C. Statp 27. Wake Forest J Uidimond 15. William It Mary 3 Tiilwi IB. Cnlo. Slalp U. 15 looper's hnrsrs. l.aM year t er Mnlilp was ibird in I i.'ilion in mnney won with W23 715. xns Tech. Arkansas players said las'. Mony they wnnteil to return In tho i;ar llnwl if thry could not RO the Coltnii Hii^l. FouiIh-rankcd ·xas-defeated.Texas AJM 13-3 lursday ami \vim" lit «_$oltnn iwl s|Hil nliiii); with the Snulh- st C'.iiileience title. ·ligh Schooler )ies Playing ; ' Basketball MILWAUKEE (AP)-Tlm death : a !7-yi:ar nld hisili M'|KK)| bnv etltall playrr duriiii 1 , n gam* Vednesday niglit was dup, to a 'iigenilal weakness in a blood 'in neat tlie. bruin, the Mili\nu- ·e I'niinly medical rxsrniricr ml Thiirsdny ; ' '; Frank KoMiin. 17, cn|lupsrd and ii'tl ulnle |i! iviiii; for stihurbnn West Allis Niilh:in H.% Jl.ich Schnnl ajjanisl West Allis Central. Follow Inn mi oiilnp«y, ll'xPTtmli- fid examiner's nflice ^ni^ (ieiith Was raiKrd by a sub arnclinnid hciiii'iiliagc. 'lh v examiner Jiaid Ihr heiiiiinliaiie was not 'ilue to injmy and cniild liave occurrod (it any lime I/js Ange.les Hcrnrd In 19Ifij Cirhcrry returned In Denver In' irk for the nld Denvrr Kxpios*-.! on whieh he slaved three years. In W9 he shillrd lo work on the P,,fb!o Star-Journal but loll °^ ]t 0«J«rdy o» rh« BuH.te sn..n allerward In en In HmislonJ" 1 -' 1 TM'* * a « thf I'" 1 American !TM., ns managing editor nf Ihejll'Kkcy IAIRU* goal lender In Hniiiton PICBK. Caiberry relmncdirouister two ».htilouts thw wason HAM AND TURKEY SHOOT Sunday, November 24 Slartinif al fl a.m. Island Grove Park I'uhlir Invited Sponsored hy (he (Jrcolcy Trnp Cliih

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