Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 7, 1957 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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National Pastime Really Fishing, Boyle Discovers ·r HAL BOYLI NEW YORK III - What la the favorite sport of one of every four men and one of every eleven women? Well, according to a government turvey, it's fishing. '"Why don't one of you typewriter jockeys ever point out that fishing, not baseball is the real U. S. national pastime?" complained one of our office rod and reel devotees. "You notice one thing -- fishing fans pay their own way. Vw don't hear us asking the city to built! a stadium to fish in, do you?" Okay, here goes: The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that American anglers traveled IS billion miles on 311 million trips and spent 397 million man-days and two billion dollars in one year just to catch fish. The sport's feverish grip on the American public led a major safety razor, manufacturer to package its razor this year in a special fisherman's kit complete with gold-plated lure as a Father's Day promotion. Stores featured hand- painted neckties showing fishing scenes. There even are toy fishing lets on the market now to attract the small fry. Personally, I have thought that fishing was for the birds (the kingfisher, osprey, bald eagle) and that only btrdi rtaUy caught £ Not so. "Tb« average* noncommercial fuherman catches 10 fish a year - or a total of 400 millba a season," uld David Nahlglan. fcne of the nation's top figures in the sport and president of Atlantic Lurei, Inc.. rf Providence, R. I. That la enough to provide every man, woman and child In the country 2H plate fish a year. Nahlgian'a estimate la based on his contention that there are real- fishing enthusiasts in States, instead of 25 million, the figure commonly given. "Actually there are well over 40 million." he contended. "Of these 19 million are licensed. "But there are also between three and four million'women in states where they don't need a li. cense. Then you add between S and t million salt water fishermen who need no license." - Many of us have a low opinion of fish generally. Nahigian says this attitude is one of Ignorance. "Fish me a seme of snell in obtaining their food," he said. "Their vision is limited, but some have an ability to distinguish colors. "And fish aren't as dumb as most folks believe. They are often quite vocal during breeding sea- in. "They grunt, loot, chirp, click and drum, and it's assumed their voices are heard and recognized by^othervpiembera of their species. "A fish continues to grow through life, like a tree, but at a diminishing rate. The smallest fish, a Philippine lake goby, is only half an inch when full grown. Tire biggest fish, the whale'shark, grows to more than 50 feet and weighs several tons. Austin Sale Dates THURSDAY, JUNE 13-12:30 Celling Unlimited by Pap' KMMfAO Pueblo Climbs Out of Cellar By THI ASSOCIATED PRESS The Pueblo Dodgers, who have held the cellar position In the Western League since May 19, climbed Into seventh place Friday. And the Amarillo Gold Sox took advantage of a rain-enforced idle ·night at Sioux City to better their second-place position. The Dodgers swarmed over Albuquerque for a 12-1 victory and moved ahead of Colorado Springs by 15 percentage points. Colorado Springs, meanwhile, was losing to the Gold Sox, -:. In the only other game played Thursday night; Lincoln beat De's "Most small fish have a life span | of no more than a year. But pike in fresh water and halibut, in the sea, probably live 50 years, and perhaps considerably more. "The most combative fish probably is the black bass. The bright- it U the trout." The dumbest fish, of course, is probably the one your wife caught. Now to get back to basebay, who do you pick in the National League? Tebbetis Now Respects Phils PHILADELPHIA ID - No less! an authority than Manager Birdie Moines, 8-2. Two home runs accounted for seven of the Gold Uoi runs. Don Hunter got a grand slam homer In the third Inning and Ray Webster added three more runs in the eighth as he hit a homer «nh two on base. Pueblo collected M hits while holding Albuquerque to seven In gaining Its victory. The Dukes tied I*' 'fi! "SS. 'i!* ^J* tte top of the fifth bill tb« Dodgers came back with sli runs In the bottom of the ssme frame. Jack Lamabe won his fifth game of the season for Lincoln and mapped the Chiefs out of an eight-game losing streak that had r.e«n them plunge'from second to fourth place In the standings. Former Ft. Morgan Coach Named Head Football and Track Mentor at Trinidad TRINIDAD, Colo. (It -- Oliver II. Woods Jr., 34, has been appointed head football and track coach at Trinidad Junior College. He succeeds Joe Cribarl, who resigned to Join the Colorado Stale University coaching staff. Woods, a Montrose native and a football, track and wrestling letter winner at Colorado State University, was football coach at Fort Morgan High School until resigning earlier this year. He also has coached at Craig, Wheat Ridge Fort Collins High Schools. Woods Is married and has one child. He was in the Navy three years during World War II nid holds a master's degree from University of Denver. »r.n.»- AMI. /·!. , V ····*·· r-i«ia wum.j wiacn nery tr.ller, Allls Chalmers 2-row torn planter; Allli Chilmen tide moun *AUV*t MHu.«*« B *.._.. * · « _ _ l t _ _ . .. * ' « » 1 M C r i I U M n Van Brundt Steel box; grain power mower; Ronny Corn ... drill with drag wheels; worlds" if"am'all Items. "FP.i 5 ?*.^"'. b" rle ': «""· hay and straw. ~ ' very good Holsteln A ' R "' c "' ·"'" * '"Ins Rlte-w.y AUSTIN and AUSTIN, Auctioneers Natte E. Auslln -- E. R. -Kid 1 Austin Ray Larson Greeley office 4804 PHONES Ft Collins office HU2-5305 Radio programs--Dial 1410 at 7:20 a.m_1310 at 7:30 a.m. Weld County Livestock Comm. Co. Sale Dates REAL ESTATE AND FURNITURE SATURDAY, JpNE 15th-l:30 P.M. We will sell for 0. H. (Hank) Williams located at 1926 14th St. ««ad. 2 blocks north of the new Hospital, Greeley, Colo. · REAL ESTATE A largi 1 bedroom home, with 2000 ft of floor apace, largs family room, extra large living room with fireplace, Youngstown kitchen eonv plett with dishwasher, garbage disposal, plus large dining arta, nlcs ba^h room and utility room. Carport plus storagt spact. All bedrooms have been completely redecorated, there Is amplt closet apa:t Including large wardrobe closets In each bedroom. There Is wall to wall carpeting In living room, family room, hall, and bedrooms. Forced air heat and Frlgldalre air conditioning. Lot al» 70 x 125 ft with backyard complete!/ fenced. Taies are Approximately 1*50.00 per year. There la a loan tn this property now of 114,600.00 at I*/, Interest payable at $118.00 per month. Thla loan may be assumed by tha purchaser. TERMS: 10% down on day of aale, balanci cash en delivery of deed, or purchaser may assume present loan ef record or with · aub- atantlal down payment, Mr, Williams will carry back a second mortgage en this property* Thla home Is only 2',', years old, fully Insulated, newly painted out- ·ide, Anderson slide windows, nice patio front and back, close to all schools, and la beautifully landscaped. This home will be open for Inspection by appointment. Call Weld County Realty at 951 or Claude Redman at Creeley »84M. FURNITURE Norge elec. range -- Norge elec. refrigerator -- Frlgldalre washer and drier -- blond dinette set with 4 chairs and ehest to match -- blond coffee table and 2 matching end tables -- brass fireplace set -- gas log for fireplace -- Appalachian oak beds complete -- oak table and lamp -- J x 6 ft. S In. sliding door space master -- natural oak bedroom set with chest of drawers and night eland -- natural oak bedroom aet with 8 drawer cheet and bed lamp and elec. Cyromatle health mattress, timer attach. -- bedroom set with twin beds complete, 1 drawer ehest. natural oak -- four tranivislon heavy duty 17 In, console TV sets, blond wood like new, these were taken out of the Motel -- Sllvertone combination radio and rtcord player-- natural oak desk and ehalr -- 2 children's red chairs -- Hoover cleaner -- Samwnlte table and 4 chalre -- small lamps and reading lamps -- large lamp -- TV lamp -- 2 lawn lounge chairs on wheels -- 2 straight chairs -- Coca lee box -- lawn mower with gas motor -- pertabla barbecue o'HI -barbecue grill with elec. Rotltserle -- garden tools -- three SO ft hoses -- car -- lawn spreader -- 4 western pictures and misc. FURNITURE AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 15th-6:30 P.M. W« will eell far Harold Eltien located at lilt 11th Ave, Creeley. * °2t In. Hoffman Easy Vision Cherry Wood eoneole TV eet with com- blnatlon ridio and record player -- very nice Baldwin Acrosenle plane-Green 2 piece living room set -- red eecaslonal ehalr -- platform rock. er -- occasional chair and ottoman -- swivel ehalr -- 21 In. mahogany console TV ect -- desk -- coffee table -- Wakefleld maple dining re;m set and « chalre -- dining room ect and buffet -- new atudlo couch -- ; combination radio vd record player -- Westlnghouse elee. range -- 2 Cromwell refrigerators -- 2 ehrome breakfast seta, like new -- gee range -- etudlo couch -- Singer eewlng machine -- reekera and odd chalra -- I piece bedroom eulte with king site mattress and springs -- , metal bd complete -- t piece bedroom eet -- double bed. vanity table I and aland -- chest ef drawers - book tack - small desk and chair -- ' end tabiee -- near new Msyteg washer a-a 1 drier -- Folding Dlne-A- Nook table -- near f i l l wool rug -- » K II wool rug and pad -- Simpie. mangle - HassocK - J ..c:.-!i a«:f:rs - -,«asr chest - Mav.j tag washer - mirrors - pressure cooker - violin - elec. mlier _ ! OE elee. roaster - large erector eet - elec. train -Barbecue - lawn j .·nower -- girden tools - hose -- Floor lemps, table lamps, cooking I utensils, dlshee, wlee, Several new Wrl»t Rocket sling ehets: 1»J» Chev. JAMES nEYni.ER. CLAUDE REDMAN. AUCTS. RALPH WHITR CIJERK RALPH GREENWOOD . TOM KIME, MGR. Hockey Coach .Chosen GRAND FORKS, N.D. IP-Robert (Bob) May 30, former University of North Dakota All-America hockey player and team captain, Friday was named the school's head hockey coach. President George W. Starcher innounced the appointment of May, to succeed Al Refrew who ·esigned last month to become head coach at Michigan. May's six-year record as a high school coach shows 82 wins, and three times. 1? losses Montanan Wins Shooloff SPOKANE Mi -- Herman Peterson of Dillon, Montana, walked off with the Class AA championship as the Western Zone (American Trapshooting Assn.) got underway. Peterson won the shootoff Thursday. Tournament title in a Rain Swamps Opening Softball Schedule Af Forbes Field Thurs. Rain washed out Thursday nif ht's opening Northern .Colorado softball league schedule at F o r b e s field. The Greeley Merchants and the W£T Drug Co., of Loveland were in the third inning with the score knotted at 4-4 when the rains came. No attempt was made to complete the game and to play the Evans \TW,JViT game, scheduled at 8:30 p. m. Loveland scored three runs in ihe first and one in the third. Greeley got two runs in the first and second innings. C h u c k B o l l l g lomered for Greeley. Tebbetts of the Cincinnati Red Phil lees says the Philadelphia lies are no moraine glories. "With their pitching and those good looking rookie kids they are going to be tough all the way, said Tebbetts, who was impressed with the way the Phillies bounce! back to beat his Redlegs Thurs day night after losing the prerl ous night. If Manager Mayo Smith's young dub was goinj to {old, here was the time to do K. The club had been wining on great pitch ing and tight defense. The hitting in the past two weeks had beei on the pitiful side. The smar money crowd gave with the here they-go nod. But Smith told the club "Let'i start all over." That they did, ant against Tebbetts' best starting pitcher, lefty Don Gross. Th Phillies hit home runs like Red legs for a 62 win. Three of them went sailing out of the park, thi fifth of the season for Stan Lopata. Bob Bowman and Rip Re pulski. Sports In Brief Br THE AMOrUTTD riCSI ftOXIM) _ , NEW YORK -- CanntA* VaiHta ifr»xxl i mt+t Mifiaiewriffit Champ Su|»r Rir ebiaMB la I September bout it w ·»rt. / GOLF CH\VTILLT. Friar* -- Tttrr* Am*r- taai -- Ktft Smith. OrUMo, FU . Richrd Nail). Warrtnton. Va.. and Jarqu+ii o* Ardmor*. Pi. -- rvachtd UK arttr-fniali of tbt Krrnrb IntrrBaumal. rrmBURGii -- wim »mn i*** · S2-K-41 ta Uk« th* l*ad of th* cpvelax I tTid f»f tt« Ladiet PGA CTiarrpioaitilp, t AKRON -- r*a£oci;r4 at four-uadrr: ar .(7, Gar Br**«?r Jr., ClBrlsaati. I hi r l*i Siffonf. rjniadtlphla. and Ton-1 Belt. LM ABffti*!. tied la tht «F«a-1 Bf round of th« Rubber City Open. ' MANCHESTER. England -- Althea Gib-) ·en. N. Y.. ir_3 A=ilr»'.:i'i L*w !!;si to tht aemtfiaali of the North-. r» Law Tounamtet. ·«ciKn NEW YORK -- CoufittrmaR* f« 30) oa tlit f»»tor» at Brlment. STANTON*. D*f- -- Mi!«ar Poret fft W) I lank the one-milt Montooa TOTM it D*J- | *«r» r«rk. Young Women Pros Shoof low Scores PITTSBURGH If - The kids who gave women's professions! coll a much-needed transfusion oi new blood in the last year or so apparently are taking over. The scores on the first round of Ihe Ladies PGA Championship -the No. i event on the women's 3ro tour -- should be sufficient ndication. Here's the lineup as they went nto Friday's second round of the ?2hole medal play tournament over the short, hilly Churchill Viley Course: Margaret (Wiffi) Smith. 20, pro since last IVcember; score 68. Ruthie Jes.en, 20, pro since last September; 69. Harlene Bauer Hafge, 13, pro since 1930; 69. Louise Suggs, 34, pro since IMS; 69. Mary Kathryn (Mickey) Wright, 22, pro since 1954; 71. TJp to Thursday no woman had shot a competitive round under 70 at Churchill Valley. Columbine BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP · N'o wailing ' · No parking meters SOS 17th St. Ph. 1359 ATTENTION, FARMERS! POTATO DUSTING · ALFALFA WEEVIL · WEED SPRAYING · CUTWORMS cj**'' T", ;\ j^~p» Call Nolan's for Conlrnl and Free Inspection NOLAN'S CROP DUSTERS - Phtra* 1544-4H7 MAN OR WOMAN WANTED TO TAKE OVER BALL POINT PEN DISTRIBUTORSHIP AND SERVICE STORES IN SPARE TIME We are lookinp for a reliable person in this area and other towns within BOO miles who is capable of handling pur Retractable Ball Point Pen Distributorship and will give stores prompt cei-vice. The man or woman selected will find this a hijthly profitable operation which can be handled in your SPARE TIME. (No Selling) or (Soliciting). We establish your accounts for you, no experience necessary- This is a steady year- round repeat business, that Is non seasonal. Larger territory available for prosperous full-time business. If you are sincerely interested in handling this territory and running a business of your own, we want to hear from you. Financial responsibility required for inventory. For personal interview write fully about yourself giving phone number. AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 636 NEW ENGLAND BLDG. TOPEKA, KANSAS Jun« 7, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«e 13 Austrian Takes Slalom Lead on Arkansas River cago, with 421.2. and Erich Scldeil, former German now oi Sslida and defending champion, with 44AJ, S^idtl broke a paddle near tha end of the rock-studded coune Thursday. The first heat of the American Championship Slalom will be held Friday afternoon. Finals la this c\ent will be run off Saturday and a 25-mile down river race from Salida to Cotopaxi Is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. A feature team slalom event also is scheduled Saturday. Thirteen persons competed la the international event Thursday. SAL1DA in - Rudy Klepp of Austria took a commanding lead Thursday In the International Slalom of the Arkansas River Boat Race. Klepp guided h!s kayak down the «00-meler coune in the leait time and effort to turn in the lowest point total, 328 », in the first heat. The second heat will be run off on the turbulent Arkansas Fridsy with the championship going tn the competitor with the lowest point total. Second lo»pst Thursday Robert Fabian, former A u s t r i a n ' now of Montresl, with 3116. He !reit«."'isi\£ btmt.'"i was followed hy Walter K i r s r h - baura. former G e r m a n now of Chi-1 USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS THVMDtri rir.irra isx AVCCI.ES - new Rodnrm. , 111. I.AI Anjrlci. eutpoiAlr4 L«tt AftvlM. g i 111. Su*ktnn, r«!if.. 10. keep Colorado LITTER-FREE i Mf K«nj cassp slue, plenlo frovnd* tad rotdtid* Mope. A D O L P M C O O R * COMPANY. OOLDCH. COLORADO, US.A. The Big Change in gasoline SSmakes a big difference in car performance ! The Gold Crown is's the power! in 2 all-new Standard Gasolines You'll feel a thrilling different* fa yoor performance when ou try the Big Change--a triumph of Standard Research. Let one of Standard's two all-new gasoline* work Ita won- dera In your car. NEW COLD CROWN Super-Premium picka tip the power wbtn other gasoline* leave off. It'i an tntinly nn: grade ofgatoline--power-matched U today's high-comprcsiiion engines. The Big Change give* you knockfree, ping-free combustion control . . , aJl the smooth, surging power your engine can produce. NEW RED CIOWN King-Silt R e g u l a r . . . with an all-time high in octane for peak anti-knock performance. In the drivcr'a i*at, you'll notice the Big Change . . . powerful, quick-aa-a-wink roponse and king-size mileage! The new Crowns are up, so "fill up"--try the Big Change in your car. You'll be glad you didl }u rrpfft more from Standard--and get ill lee STANDARD OIL NlWt with Carl Akers. 10:00 p.m.. Men, Wed, and Frl. e»d STAUK YELLAND'S SPORTS e*iew, 10:M ».m, Tuesu and Thure. en KLZ-TV, Ch. 7

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