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Nation's Top Grid Teams Turn Interest to Bowls CU Wins, Davis Quits By ROBERT MOORE llrippcd Minnesota. No. · Aisociattd Prtit Sp*rti Writtr urday. ' A P ' - Once- One of college football's most| raveled rewards--a poit-season bowl invitation--stared nine of the nation's top ten teams squarely in the lace Sunday. Southern California. Wisconsin Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana State Penn State and Oklahoma al definitely had bids in the palms of their hands. The other two Mississippi and Alabama, are al most certain to spend New Year's afternoon playing f'ratball This is the probable line-up lo major bowl games: Rose Bowl--Southern California 9-0, vs. Wisconsin, 8-1. Sugar Buwl--Arkansas, 9-1, vs Mississippi. 8-0. Cotton Bowl--Texas. 9-0-1, vi Louisiana State, 8-1-1. Orange Bowl--Oklahoma. 7- vs. Alabama, 8-1. Uator Bowl--Penn State, 9-1. v Oregon Stale, 8-2. Top-ranked Southern Californ got approval from Big Six Com missioner Tom Hamilton lo pla in the granddaddy of all bov contests, the Rose Bowl at Pas dena, Jan. 1 immediately aft the Trojans downed UCLA. Ten Commissioner Bill Reed ga third-ranked Wisconsin the gree light to play in the Rose Bowl few hours after the Both Southern Cal and Wiscon- demonstrated the mark of a ampion. the ability to come om behind, in stirring Saturday iniaxes The Trojans, hoping to come the first West Coast na- onal champion since the 1939 luthcrn Cal club, roiled for two urth-quartcr touchdowns to over ome stubborn L'CLA 14-3 in Los ngeles. Mark of Champions 14-9 Sat-,sibsippi State in Saturday's fina'.e.i (·oic!kHU\ Mo \ Rebel victory would give Mi-l, ( f - ' ^ wl rulint ,, up lo the Southeastern Con- |oklahoma , nis 6casun in , he Big erence championship. Butts Looking For New Coach BOILUER i A!"--University of.ieceive another appointment GREELEV TRIBUNE Mon.. Nov. 26. 1962 BYU To Retire Fortie's No. 40 i ! PROVO. Utah AP) - Brigham jYoung University broke a prece- jdent Sat. and announced that the . inifootball jersey of Eldon Fortie. the i Eight race, was given special pe'- Colorado President #\gn Newton the university administration, pos-.*TM* 1 * f( »' b f 11 wl-Amenca (.an- Fourth-ranked Texas "beat Texas ! missjol , Sunday by (he , 0 ,,[ ci . cn , c , ba jd Sunday that Athletic Director Mbly as dean of men. : «*". wlU te pwnwnTM"} re\M 13-3 Thursday, a decision , f ;u . u i, v representatives lo play in Harry Carlson would be respond- that gave the Longhorns the- Southwest ConlereiK'e crown. Alabama, knocked from first | ^ place after a loss to Georgia Tech j djr) jthe Bluebonnet Bowl game alible for recruiting a new head fuot- IHouston. Tex.. Dec. 22. ball coach to succeed William Don Faurot. Missouri athletic Bud Davis who resigned Satur) o r the announcement'duv. Nov. 17. did not play the past] after rct . eivins wurd thc f at . ull} . Newton said Carlson would work 1 nay or may not ini-; n]cn j, a( j granted permission in a 'in close consultation with a faculty week and prove on Us No. 6 ratin] result. The Crinistm Tide The triumph was the undefeated Auburn Saturday, rojans' ninth, assured them of ig as a I telephone vote, battles Dan Devine's Tiger: jieir finest season in three de- ades and gave them the Big Six hampionship. Southern C a l , 'hitrh still has a date Saturday ilh Notre Dame, drove 26 yards or the touchdown thut wiped out UCLA's 3-0 advantage resultin] rom Larry Zcno's 35-yai'd fielc ;oal late in the first half. Wisconsin waltzed 80 yards in : he fourth quarter, two 15-yard penalties against the Gophers con- .ributing to the drive, for the Big Ten title and the bowl bid. The victory at Madison, Wis., was the Badgers' eighth in nine games and ended Wisconsin's finest season since 1912. Mississippi, No. 2. hopeful ol overhauling Southern California for top national honors, was idle and runs up against old rival Mis committee on athletics to screen Tigers finished the candidates bdore uibr.iilting ree- iscason with a 3-3 tie with arch: ommendations to Newton and the Arkansas, the No. 7 team,|,. jva| Kans .,. Saturc | av Four B i ue .jBoard of Regents routed Texas Tech 34-0 al Lub-j bock. Tex., where quarterbackj,^ Billy Moore ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more (bonnet representatives attended! Carlson said he will begin the and offered Mizzou theljob of finding a new coach ini. Ibid afterwards. Players andimedialcly. He hoped a successor what proved merely a good Sugar Bowl warmup for thel Kazorbacks. LSU Romps Eighth-ranked Louisiana Slate [so had a field day, romping ver Tulanc 38-3 al New Orleans, 'ive players scored touchdowns coaches approved. Georgia Tech 16-2-1), the only team lo defeat Alabama this sea- ! to Davis would be named by Jan. 15. Davis announced his resignation Pueblo Trips St. Mary's for Paroke Crown COLORADO SPRINGS 'API I'ueblu Catholic downed Colorado Springs St. Mary's 14-13 Sunday and retained Ihe Colorado Calho- Don Carter Wins World Bowling Title CHICAGO lAP'-Uiin Carter »! St Louis who had won four · · Adams State Defeats No. Illinois, 23-20 EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. Adams Stale College, Rock; M o u n t a i n Conference footbal champion, put a neat cap on it Deaths and Funerals BESKAS Nicholas G«orge Beskas ot Route 1, Platteville. Hui band of Mrs. Mary Bcskas; brother of William Benka of Greece; uncle ot George Beska;; of Denver, Miche Beskas of Greece and Chris Chrisadus ot Greece. Serv ices 2 p.m. Tuesday, Adam son Memorial Chapel. In terment Sunset Memoria Gardens in charge of Occ dental L o d g e No. 20 A.P.fcA.M. Friends w h wish may make donation to the Shrine Hospital. SCHNOOM Infant daughter of Mr. an Jlrs. Harold Schnoor 1419 13th St., grand-daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Darre Hall of Paxton, Neb., in Pete Schnoor of Greeley sister of LeRoy Schnoo of Oreeley. Arrangement later. eason by winning the Mincra 'ater Bowl title Saturday night son. is expected to be Missouri's following the CL'-Air Force foot^opponent. ball game which Colorado won 34- Missouri was unbcalen and] 10. The victory climaxed Cl": ranked sixtli nationally before los-;worst football ye.ii since 1890 fter Tulane took ie [irst period. I'enn State wound up its regular ampaign by walloping Pittsburgh 6-0 at Pittsburgh nftcr a slow at Oklahoma 13-0 Nov. 17. The Sooners clinched the Eight crown by whipping Nebraska 34-6 Salurday and moved into said his resignation was effective the Orange Bowl, facing probably Alabama. " «" h.s l,!l . W o r l d s tavilaUonal Bowling Me and tired. He will be Ihe first player in ithe school's history so honored. . , ! Fortic. a 157-pound tailback, led '« previous titles, came !,,,,, ;the nation in yardage gained most^ '" «* '"" thw «"" ,of this football season, until an 'injury limited his play in the final, 'game last week. !$7 - m . . . ,, ,.., : Fortie's No. 40 will be formally; Barter. 36. trailed the 19,1 ', retired al a student body gather-irunncr-up itay Blulh of St. Louix 'ing Friday evening. ^ sll § htl - v TM rc hi ' n " n ? ' f : ; i Forlie set 21 offensive recordsmen point after losing the fuv. _ at BYU this year. Many wUlstandjBarne of lhe portion round. 20,, iin lhe books of the new Western; 167 - , Athletic Conference. He scored 86 Then the stoop-snou dered f.,- when the Buffs began playing. Davis. former alumni director, 1 held only a one-year contract. He lie high school football champion- 1 and passmg ship. About 5.000 fans saw the Shamrocks gain their sixth state chain-i pionship in eight years. I Pueblo led all the way. with the biggest threat coming with three seconds left in the name, when! Pirate quarterback Mickey Elliot] scored on a three-yard quarter- . points, running for 14 touchdownsiTMr minor league baseball play,T and passing for 7. ^ «* "·*' TM w ,TM "l" nexl irst half in which the Nitlany ions assumed only 3-0 ad-] 'antage on Kon Coates' 36-yard 'ield goal. The ninth-ranked Lions 1 will decide Monday night whether j hey will accept the Dec. 29 Gator; Bowl invitation. ] Oklahoma's Sooners. N'o. 10 and' Mrhaps the hottest team in col- next March 31. Ihe terminal date of his contract. He is expected to j back keeper around "left end. But St. Mary's missed the kick for the extra poinl. Tom French, 210-pound, S-l Pueblo fullback, ran seven yards in Wininger Wins Orlando Open Minor League Player Draff Opens Monday ORLANDO, Fla. A P ) Wininger look a gamble at critical moment Sunday and it paid off with a one-stroke victory in the $35.000 Orlando Open. scoring the' Shamrocks' first! The 40-year-old Oklahoma C i t y j two games from Blulh. a (ormcr high school fullback, 238-315 ami 234-179. This led Carter more t h a n t w o i points ahead with only one game 'to play in the loo-came marath.n which r-;gan 11 days aco. Although he lor I the last tank'. 21V 1181. Carter still finished on top :n ,, , jl'eltrsen p u n t s « i t h 32d 46 to ~ 1320.17 for Bli't;- 1 Tliis same p:nr h.-.il batiled fnr tile 1961 tillc with Carter also w i n - ning in a hi^h-vyi nit; match. Carter finished Ihe M-garr.i 1 By JACK HAND AlwcUted Prtti Sports Writtr lege football the past few weeks.I ROCHESTER, N.Y. 'AP)-The thrashed Nebraska's Cornliuskcrs|- N 'e«' Vork Wcls fmall - v K ct a 34-6 at Norman, Okla. Monlek na nce to be first Monday when Dec-re hurled three touchdownit^y lead otf the annual minor strikes for the Sooners. who league player draft as the base. along with the outstanding prospects. But thc big league clubs, whose 40-man rosters may lc loaded, have to take a chance The Indians called reserv grabbed the Big Eip 3 ht title. Jball meetings open. touchdown. He ran for that conversion and ihc one following Ray Stepan's 10-yard scoring run in| the second period. Pueblo Catholic 7 7 0 t-14 St. Mlry't 7 0 t t-U professional, returning to the P(IA tournament circuit after a layoff in which he wcnl on an African ·· with jn 'i"i }"·' iganie. Blulh leci'iicd SI. ~M fur jhis second phicc f i n i s h uinlt; Dick safari, ihol a 4-under-par 67 f o r j a 72-hole lotal of 274. of Si. lyiuis h;id points fur third place and S2.0I" , , , , . ,; Mrs. Marion 1,'idenig. Hie 48- He played under some physical 1^,.^, R1 ,,, dll ,, jl!l , r l r i l | n ,;,,,,,, wilh some who cost Iliem pl c n '. v -i r u n i Incidentally, there is eiinsider-l i'u lledd Pue - Slepan 10 pass iKrenchjdiscomfort. Two days ago he s u '-j Ra ,,j ( | s M ]( .|, ifered a badly cut Ihumb when he -- Peralla 2 run 'Gillespiejwcnl bird hunting following the second round. Sunday at break- uarterback Dave Ochoa off the ench to boot a 42-yard field goal the final minutes for a 23-20 ctory over Northern Illinois. Their triumph was a thrilling ff-the-ropes variety. Northern II- nois carried a 20-0 lead into the lird quarter before Bobby Hidal- 0, Adams State's star quarter- ack began threading touchdown asses. He tossed one for 10 yards to like Ruiz, one for 5 to Riddle nd a third for 7 to Ruiz. The ndians had a chance to move head after this touchdown, bu Ochoa's placement missed. Then ie redeemed himself with tin ield goal. Hidalgo was voted the outstand ing back of the game and JinV Edwards, Adams State Line- oacker, the l e a d i n g defensive player. apped the Sooners on the shoul-|the team that finishes last. The der for the Miami classic and said M-'ts qualified, hands down, by Alabama is the strongest team 'using 120 games and finishing under consideration as an oppo-lTM^ games behind San Francisco.|That jeaten by Auburn to alter our de- After the game. Ben Benjamini r "' rsl P ick in 'he draft is the|y ear i n an attempt lo cut down if thc Orange Bowl committee booby prize that always goes to |0n spending. Various amendments ' ' L ~ * ' u ~ ~ '"'' ^ "'have been offered In tighten or. loosen the rule, according lo the thinking ot the respective owners. able fussing about Ihc so-called) ]ij c |( bonus rule that was adopted lastj | ue -- French 5 run i French run I ' f a s t he broke a tooth CS-Elliot 3 "kick f a i l e d i Attendance 5.000. come up for vote cision. Oklahoma has a bit of 'inished business before Drange Bowl test, meeting Okla- liome State Saturday. Missouri, runner-up to Okla- 1 nent "and would have to be badly) George Weiss, the president of Thursday at the executive session the Mcts, used to pass up the of the National Association draft when he was with the talent- ( M i n o r s ' , loaded New York Yankees. Now] Evcn murc inlm)| . tant t(l tl]e that he is wilh the "have nots," Weiss has been scanning the player lists for weeks. Last year at Tampa 35 were minors is a proposal to reorganize into a player development con. tract. The NHL Bruins Win Puts Team Back In Sunshine By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS homa in Ihe Big Eight, acceptedidraitcd for a lotal of S680.000. a bid Sunday to the Dec. 22 Blue-1 Somewhere, hidden in the 3fi- honnet Bowl at Houston, Tex. Thc page mimeographed sheets from Tigers, who ended a 7-1-2 season underwrite majors then at least 100 would minor Saturday by tieing Kansas 3-3 will oppose Georgia Tech. 6-2-1, which plays Georgia Saturday. In other conference races, Duke won tli Aetlantic Coast championship by nipping North Carolina 16-14 at Chapel Hill, N.C.. Saturday, and Virginia Military grabbed the Southern Conference crown Thursday with a 14-9 triumph over Virginia Tech. Dartmouth, which had nailed How The Top Ten Fared By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here's how the nation's top 10 ago, ended its finest season in its 80 years of intercollegiate football IDu Caf*. Henry Weltzel ot Windsor. Survived by Mrs. John Khrlich of Berthoud, Alex \\eittel of Portland, Ore., John of Greeley, Henry, Jr. of Ft. Collins, Mrs. Grace Schmick of Kt. Collins. 12 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and 1 Ereat-great-grandchild. Services Tuesday at 2 p.m. »t the Evangelical Congrega l i n n a l Church of Windsor wilh interment Lakeview Cemetery in Windsor. college football te;ims fared in Saturday's games: 1. Southern California, 9-0, heat llo j UCLA 14-3. !" J. Mississippi, 8-0, did not play.! 3. Wisconsin, 8-1, beat Minneso- 14-9. 4. Texas, 9-0-1, beat Texas AM .3 Thursday. 5. Minnesota, 6-2-1, lost lo Wis- 1 onsin 14-9. 8. Alabama, 8-1, did not play. Salurday by oulscoring Princeton .he office of Commissioner Ford Frick, there may be some players who will help Ihe 20 major league teams. About 2,100 players are eligible to be dratted, about 1,400 at the regular price of $25,000 each. The others are first-yeai men. who can be selected for {12,000 if signed before last DC cember 3 or $8,000 each if signed after that date. Nalurally the first-year stockpile represents a considerable in- league clubs which w i l l be re- ihuffled into only three categories --Triple A. Double A and Class A. There will be no more Clasi B, C or D leagues. Both the bonus pi.'.ns and thc reorganization muit be approvet by the minors Thursday and by the majors next Salurday in New York. Sports Briefs down the Ivy League flag a week vestment by the 20 major league teams. The players who got so »«· much money lhal they couldn't' be risked in the draft have been moved up lo the parent clubs 7. Arkansas, 9-1, beat Texas Tech 34-0. I/otiisiana Stale, fl-1-1, beat Tulane 38-3. 9. Penn Stale, 9-1, beal Pit 6-0. 10. Oklahoma. 7-2, heal Nebraska 34-6. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FOOTBALL UMMTKD - Southern lalilornla and Wisconsin were named officially to participate in the Rose Roul nn N,-u Year'a while Louisiana state. Oklahoma and .Missouri accepted bid* in the Otton. Orange ami Bluelvmncl Rnwut, respectively. BASEBALL ROCHESTER, N.Y.-The Detroit TUMI pulled tvio trades at the l.asel.all meet- sending catcher Dick Drown to ore for catcher {jus Trlandoi and ler Whitey llerzog antl acituircd Horn Cleveland third baseman Bu!.lia Phillips In exchange for pill-hen; Ron Mschwit7. and Cordon Seyiried. In an inlcr-teague deal, Ihe Iltnlnn Red ft.x traded American League hattinu cbam- Pete Runnels tn Ihe Houston (Jolts for outfielder Roman Mejlap. Golf ORLAMjn. Fla.-tVi Winnintrr ahol 5-under par fi7 [or a linnl 7'J hole Uita -, jlof '^7* anil B one-stroke victrtiy In th PERTH, Australia (AP)-Aus- ump to cool off while the cruwdl$3jj»» oian,io O P TM Canadian Runner Is Empire Games Star hazard just in front of the "It's like coming hack out inl w c n l Ior the lit 1 sun again." won thc wiimen ? title and top prur "( St.l"«i Mrs. Ladc'.vi^. v,\\n jl.su w o n ti.r 157 and !'.«'" wnrlri^ !:l!r- t i « k thc lead WedncMlay. the fir t day of Ihe Imak ami III-MT trailed :,· jshc amassed a hut lead over IB yearnld Judy Audley ol Kansa" vtcm in HIUI a u^t:·lu^;^vI/· . lead. Weaver shot a 69 (or a 275 ^ Au , isl( ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,., tota , 'second place nwncv nl 2.ntiO d.- The break came on the 504-yard.j ft ,., u ,j Mrs , .,,,,,,,,' ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, par 5, 1511, hole when Wminpcr. |ljon rnun(] m . lU .,, ,, ut U]( , lying poorly and facing a water ( j . ,,,, ttas {m ,., r | H . llllui Wininger dueled through thc last round wilh 30-year-old Bert Weaver of Edgcwater Gulf. Miss .1 w'ho went in with a one-stroke Thai was the wry comment of me Boston Bruins player Sunday light after (he National Hockey x?aguc doormats had snapped a dreary string ol 16 games without :i victory. The Bruins, lo challenge lhe u o m a n who ha* ... , , , , , . . w u n seven all-Mar t i t l i s and r a n k * Ills shol cleared the hazard and' lh|! g^,.,,,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,, l v m l p r ,,, carried to within 6 feet of the! cup. and he sank his putt for an; eagle 3 lo go 2 up on Weaver lie needed the edge on thc lasl hole. Wininger missed the green ;all linn. Third inH who hadn't and look a bogey while Weaver won «" 1 dm " in P ar - Shirley (iarms nf C|nc;ii;(. w i l h 209.44. Ktir the 48 pamos in the finals Mrs. L»dvwig averafd 20.1. since the season opener, finally got No. 2 in a 5-2 decision over Toronto. Detroit edged Chicago 3-2 and Montreal rallied for a 3-t decision over New York in Ihc others. Thc Bruins, who played well in Ihrec of llicir lasl four games, built n .'1-0 first period lead and took it from there against the surprised Maple I^afs. who were Uow Finsterwald of TequeMa. Ha., finished two strokes behind Weaver al 277 when he shot a 3-under-par 68. Miller Barber of Hqye, N Y . . who came up with a 65 lo match lhe record for the 6,789 yartl Rio Pinar course, lied fbr fourth place with Ted Kroll of Kort I.au- derdalc, Kla. at 279, f i v e stroke shy of looking for a chance lo close ini rount ' TM second placv. ' au ' ralia's record smashing swimmers and solid track field forces are off to a booming start In the collection of gold medals, but lhe if 15,000, held down by intense leal, gave him a roaring salute. Kldd goes for the double Monday in the 3-mile race which Games is a 1'J-ycar-old Cantdian student who was "horn to run.' He is Bruce Kidd. a wirej Toronto economics specialist who would like lo make Ihe world for VETTER MORTUAR Ft. Lupton EGXER William G. Kgner of Long Heacli. Calif, father Mrs. I.t.oilt! Hsllon of Den ver. Brother of Mrs. Luci Camp nt Platieville; Mrs Josephine Hallinger Denver: Mrs. Lilla Steul enn of Greeiev; ~tfn. i l a rici R a n e y of P l a t t e v l l l r : Mrs. Inez M u r p h y of Oil- r r f ? i : Mrf=. Cecilia Sniitfi of P l a t l p v i l l c ; and H a r o l d Vjpnpr of Fresno, Calif o r n i a . Itntitry Our Cha|iel Tups'iay 7 : o U p i n . H P n u i c m H i f h M a s s St. Nichnl:is C l i i i n - h . I ' l a t t B v i l l e . Wrd- iipsday It a.m. I n t P r n i e n ! .Mi7.|i»'h C f r n i ' i n r y . I M a l t e - ATTENTION MASONS Thtre will be a special com munlcation of Occidental Lodge Boston, which had beaten Mon- .real 5-0 in its opener, had gone through 10 losses, six lies and a :hange of coaches when Cliff Pen- ninglon, Johnny Bucyk and Char- Burns found Hie range in the [irst period. .Icrry Toppazzin! made it 4-0 in thc middle pcrloc and Don McKcnney finished ol: the Bruin scoring in the final pe Hod. par. Kroll. thc second . shot -in even par 71 BundcMin of Norlhbrook.l 111., who also was tied for fourth afler three rounds, shot a 72 for a sixth place 281. Rex Baxter Jr of Amarillo, Tex., also waj tied fnr fourth, ballooned lo a 75 and finished with an even par 284. Catcher John Romano led the Cleveland Indians in home runs wilh 25 and in runs bnlled In with |81 during 1962. Football Scores Soulhern fnl 14. ITU 3 Wasliinptnn 3V Wash. Suite Oregon SI. 20, Oregon 17 Stanford 30. California 1.1 Colorado 34, Air Korcc 10 Ntttrc Dame £. Inwa 12 Ohio SI. 2fl. Michigan 0 Indiana 12. Purdue 7 Xavicr (Ohio! 7, Cincinnati 6 Kansaf .1, Missouri 3 'tii- Illinois 7, Michiim St;itr 6 Okla. SI. 30. Kansas St. 6 Oklahoma .14, Nebraska 6 Iowa St. 31. Ohio U. 22 Wisconsin 14. Minnesota 9 N. Tex. St. 55. S. Illinois 30 TCU 30, Rice 7 Bayinr 17 SMU 13 Arkansas 34, Texas Tech 0 LSU 38. Tulanc 3 Houston 27. IxMiisvillc 25 Memphis SI. 33. IWroil 8 sensation of the seventh Empire promises to be a highlight oi the ;ames. He faces Murray Halberd ot New Zealand, world rccnrd holder and Olympic SOW meter gold mjdalisl: Bruce Tulloh of England. European 5000 oiichampion, and Albie Thomas ol 2-mile on Tuesday TM "' at 1:30 P.M. seem el distance running beats izcchoslovakia's I-'.mil Zatopck|Auslralia. lormcr world and the Soviet Union's Vladimir|and 3-mile record holder. "I wouldn't miss it for "What a kid this Kidd is," was typical ol the admiring comments from Australians who saw lhe Canadian Iccn-ager witli seeming- Iv little e f f o r t chon mure than 2fl any thing," Kidd snid when aske annul thc .i-rnilc. "lliilhcrg anc Tulloh Hie great runners. I am lonkina forward to racing agains them." mils off Hv «iime« record in: Allor Ihe 3 mile I hi 1 slim Irai winning the 6-milj race in : 23! 1 "" kil 'G minutes M i ; seconds Salutd.-.y marnllrai Thursday runmT may try . track.'""'-: Saturday ii . whi-.l, he woul No. 20 AF AM November 27, 1962, a 1 r or the purpose of c o n f e r r i n g Masonic B u r i a l Services for our deceased Brother N i c h o l a s , , . . , , . , . . . George Beskas, late m e m b e r o f ! Kidd jogged armmcl the j,,].^; ,, nr irf r.r-,,1- C a m p C l a r k e Lodge No. 285 fur mir,l nf the « a v . ·.cca.sionally!'" 1 - 8 Ncw 7 * a1 '"" 1 s ""TM rrc( " AF A AM of Bridgeport, N e b . 'shaking hK arms t,, keep his' hnl ' !rr '' dcr Sl "'"M e m o r i s l Servic-s w i l l be| lm , st |,. k fc \ nvl \ Then at t h i : "' li:iv " 1 -!' 111 l^r^'nalily in ££ V.M Ad r«n nIi1 n P ?. D rm«'n 1 i y ".{i^ 1 «' « ^ ^ """TM' i TM'^\'% ^^"7^ Sunset M e m o r i a l G a r d e n s . ,i)f his htalnn-h h u r - l - a n d won n l · " · - ' · · . ' . , , . , in a railway from A u s t r a l i a ' s d,.: TM'l'l I* 1 ' « ""' :ini1 '"" -'"'I " fcndniii i-h, : mi:,ii.n I m r I'TOer. /'""' "i' 1 m a i a l h o n appeals tu rr A! thc cntl of (lie rnt-e he w;i5n'li olnOT l l l r c s ' J" sl ua " 1 ln s P" nl even p u f f n i K hard, lie piling...!' '"'l'"'"^ ""' l l r s l hv " ''^ into Ill" w,il,.| at the strcpl..-h:.sr : " f ''"m|ictition Auslralia h, ._^_ . . ama: M'il scvn Rnld mt:dals cor pared with Hire.! for Kngland, tw for New Zealand and Canatla an one for Kenya. Thr Aussie 1 ; K'ld in the unnf t ial Icam p'tinls v ith ir.1 t-«n jian-d v i H i t 1.2 fnr K n u U n d and for Canada. R C MacPherson Worshipful Master get well flowers With them a speedy recorery with "get well" floweri end planti. You ore invited to place v'»if order hy phone -- ond r.linrqt it. FLOWERS Wes» 10th SI. 352-2851 Sports Notes quality . AN EIEMENT WE CONSIANUV S / R I Y E 10 MAINTAIN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS O R E E L E Y E A T O N MONUMENTS and MARKERS 50 Years ol Leadership In Granite and Bronze Monu nents OPEN S U N D A Y S by Ar.pO'ritrncnt r.REELEY MON 1fi)5 7th ENT CO NT.W Y f i l l K ' A P ' - N e w V n i k . Vanki-r lia^ball m a n a t c i H:.lph' Hnuk v. a* d i M - l i a i K n l Sunday (rum a hospital where IIP had him laki-n Salurday nijhl allcr f.'iimini! in a M a n h a t l a n restaurant ; \ s|n.k.-.inan ill Ix-imx Hill I In. pil.'.l 'aid II.ink was hospital- j i / . - d i.vcinijihl f'.r onMcrval ion an.1 j had Miffcred an alla-k of indigev j l i o n . 1 llf hail hern M-hf-diili'il t» lr,ivi! Isalnrilav niRln fnr llo'-h"sli-r. i| ami thr annual nipflmg Irap".' iM.-rhail flubs. John Allnutt Jack Bill Allnutt 0 NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS

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