Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1955 · Page 8
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P«je..S 'GRE«LEY TRIBUNE . Saturday,.Dec. 3, .1855 C-State Shows Promise Despite 67-50 Defeat -'·"- Colorado Slate's rough, and green ^·basketball squad bo-.ved to Colo- '""rado AA-M 67 : SO Frida. night at ':" Guhlcir in season openers for both teams.- The Bears held their own '··in"'t!ic firsl half, 1 but the red-hot '-^'Ra'nis just couldn't be slopped and ' 7 "the Bears cooled considc.ably in "-tth'e final half. ' . ·'V-".TIie Bears held an eight point ad- "^vanlage mid^say in Ibe first half, ^''bul with 'three 'minulOs left in Ihc ^ half Aggies'pulled ahead lor keeps. "'In the lasl few minules of Ihe . h'a\f, State's defense had a.terrible '"'.(tine holding the Rams down, ^;;,T rcd Diehl was the t o p . p l a y e r "'·of the fame as he scored 20 points .for the Bears and was'lop rebound- ''. er. Big 6-5, 195 pounder Gary Hib- "...b"ard led Aggies' scoring with 18 points. His leainmale 6-5 Dick ""Gregory was lop rebounuer for the -" Ba'ras. '.The game slarleri oh a hip and v luck basis .wilh Jlibbard starling ' V-t^e scoring with one of his many ^..·hook shols from about 15 feet out. Frank Kinncy r e t a l i a t e d - f o r Colo- State on a push shot also | closest they came for the'rest of the game, - . ' · - ' · - . In an effort lo keep the Ranis from gelling the ball loo :mucii, and partly because They-couldn'l pcnetrale Ihe. Aggie'.'dcfense, the' Hears held on lo Ihc ball quite a bit and w o r k e d ' i t aroimd Ihe oul- sidc ot Ihe free throw circle. Colorado Slate attempted more baskets than Aggies did, bul the shots, coining ( r o m - t h e - o u t s i d e , were a little harder andMhe Bears'emerg- ed from the game wilh a 29 per cent average. · · Aggies had a quick and efficient offense, a n i l ' d e s p i t e the man to man defense, put up by the Bears, Rams' men were constantly breaking through for easy lay up shols. There were'a few Bears who didn't stick loo closely to their men, loo, and men were Icfl wide open under Ihe baskel several l i m e s . f o r easy shols. Aggies completely dominalcd re- hounding aclion. -There was no' definite height advantage' for Ag- I'ics. hut the Staters-jusl weren't -in under the basfecl on. offense ,lo Detroit Lions Bent.on- Knocking Oui Bears, CHICAGO Uv - Coach Biidcly Parker and -his Detroit 'Lions fh- vadc Chicago Synd'ay. 1 wilh Ihe . . o w e d purpose of " k n o c k i n g ' I h e Bears -out of the'Wce'."' · · mil lhal docsn'l especially'frighl- jn .Owner-coach George Halas, whoso Bears won six slraighl in Ihe libl Wcslern Division-scrap of Ihe National f'ootball'jL'c'aguc before being'smashed,'53-14, by the Chicago Cardinals ' l a j l S u n d a y . "Certainly- Phrk'er 1 would -like -lb knock us oul,"-said. Halas: 'Toilr years, ago ]v.'.c'heal thcyl:ions, .2321, i n . f a n . , U|)sel '· lo.', knock-' ihem out of: a. world. 1 (Hie playoff. 1 '" The Lions,· Beaten ,a'l Dclroil by the Bea'rs. two weeks ago, will have 33 men available al Ihc kickoff, for the firsl lime Ihis season wilh · .ill cripples. nursed back lo health. . . -" , '. Freshrtian Find.--\-;·*:.·'··.'·-·-;·.··· by Pap' ".'.'.'from about'15 feel. Dichl pul the | clear Ihe boards a n d - t h e y were Bears -ahead wilh-.a set shot; and | pushed out ot the way or. Ihc de. .wasn'.l behind a g a i n . unUI v i b e - l a s t four minules of first qua'r- -_ ter aclion. The Bruins w e r e lied a l . s i x ^'points and at eight poinls; then ·?Bob Tucker, Dichl, serf - D i c k v-.'Daugherly clicked wilh three quick X'ihaskets and Tucker- dropped two '.·' charity,shols lo give CS an. cighl '·vpoinl lead. . 'rJ'i-' Hihbard hooked another, bul -.V-Diehl got a quick one to boost Ihe Bears hack lo an eighl poinl 1 ad- T'Svanlage. Then Aggies - started '^gelling hot and 'gradually over- ·'-tame Ihcir deficit lo a one point ^'-leao* . wilh four m'inulcs l e f t and, · a'fler two Diehl f r e e ' s h o l s , took ;'Tt|}c lead wilh three minules in ' · ''' tlie period. ' '· - - ' · Slalc couldn'l do anylliing. Ihc ' first : four minules o f . I b e second ":?h"aU.while Ihe Rams were hustling ;"fo : a 43-28 lead. Again il-was Diehl ^'Aili'o pulled the Bears out of their T/slump wilh two more free Ih'rows '."'afid a quick bucket. ' , .'. '-"'' Wilh-12 minules lell in the game ' \VA Bears pulled lo within 10 poinls "·jofclhe" visitors,. but t h a t , i s t h e . ' · NOTICE All Hebckalis arc rcnuesled to meet; at the Macy Funeral-Parlor 'to" attend ihe'funeral of the l a t e Mary-'Fugate El 11:00 A.M. Mon · -day, Dec, 5. . . -',; .-'. 'y: '·' - B l a n c h e Ho'ckart, 1 .''. : jj^i ' , - .' .Secretary. fensivc board. -Tucker, -Ihe Bears' besl fighter for the'ball, fought loo hard and .with eight minules-gone in Ihe 'second half, was scnl to Ihe showers wilh five personals. However, lop rcboundcr for" Aggies, Gregory,' had .1' lotal of 16 rebounds whereas DJehl, lop for CS had only seven. Bear coach Pete Butler was very optimistic wilh the playing ot the learn. He said afler Ihe game thai each man pluyed'lo the best of his ilily during Ihc same and thai cy all have high spirits. He also ited lhal Ihe team should really ape .up l a l e r ' i n Ihe season. . Throughout Ihe game t h e . men ere tense and a HI lie loo eager icrcas the Aggies men were all |axcd. The' dismissal of Tucker u'rl'the. Bears a .lillle, bul Bullcr is plenty of. dcplh, green as' il ay be, on Ihc bench. A total of n C-Slalers saw ac'lion and given largel practice and ex- c on offense, Ihe fans will ee some lop'notch action in the onlests.coming up in January and Windsor Bumps Phantoms* 45 JOHNSTOWN -- Windsor, led by Ja'ck Winter and Roland Margheim, wenl by Johnstown, 56-45, Friday n i g h t - i n a-non-confcrenc" basketball game.-'11 Was'ilic first J, of the season for bolh teams. Winter led Ihc W i z a r d s - t o an edge on the boir.ls and shoved in 14 points from around Ihe free Ihrow circle. Margheim · added 17 points to the Windsor cause. Johnstown was paced by- John 1 Silznian, who did .Ihe major share of 'Ihc Phaniom rebounding besides sharing scoring honors with Ken'Elsbcrfy, Willie Romero and Larry Betz. All four, had eight poinls. I Sports in. Briet. | Hy THF: ASSOCIAT^C I-RESS G E N K R A L NEW V O R K - T h e - liccmc t o'. Tlon J. Comardo.. Rochcvwr, N. Y.. own«r ot Iroitfrs and parcrt, wai revoked »nrt he *»s excited for life f t o r n ' N e w Ynrt t r a c k . . br_ Sl»1e Hatn**s . lUcinR .Com- G O I . K ' - H A V A N A -- MJfcfr Sourhak, .Grossidger, retained hli 3-.tnke lead in (he I |-R.A.M.'ATTENTION ' Tiie annual meeting anil elcc tipij 'of; officers; wjll-.be helt Jtphclay-eyennig, Dec. 5, 1955 at''7:3b p.m.'SVrs.'Budd Find will serve refreshments . fol lowing -the meeting. ·ftBUDD ;FINCH EiH.1 Deaths and Funerals FUGATE ·-Mrs. Mary M. Fugale o[ 1222 · Slh St. Wife of Perry. F.ugate '·'·Jlqlher o( 3lyiie-F. F u g a l e O - 'Denver, De'an' F.' Fugnle o . Kruila. and D.on T. Fngate o ·Greeley. Sister 'of .J.. D. · Car 'Eoii, and · Mrs. ;Ella Clayton 5: both of - Coichesierl -Illinois Jrj:Services II a.m. Monday from - j; : .'Ma'c'yR d r a w i n g ; . T r o b m . In ;C;.terment Linn Grove. . ;; W/TTERS, : v · - - -·'" . :;-Abner Millon (Doc)' Wallerii :ot 706 -I2th St. Father ot-Iiay :n\tfn'cl' -Walters ' o f Cheyenne oMrs. · MHdrerl Tegtma.n '''Greeley; Mrs. Garland .6. Ban . . la a n d Mrs. Wlll!nm' : Taylo bolh of Santa Ana. Calif Brother of -Mrs. Arvllla Jo hannssen of Greeley, nml Pr S. A. W a l t e r s ' of N o r m a n . --Qjcla. .Arrangements Jater; · ,· Waldron Mortuary Eaton, Celorirfo ROSS flichard Michael Ross. Infan -:-*nn oC Barl (I)iclf) and Laur ,uie ItoEB of Eaton, brother o -· Rohert. Also survived hy th i- malernal grnpdmolher, Mr*. Ann Freeman of Ft. Worth. "" Texas, ihe paternal. Brand- parentp, tr..anri N'irs.. Knrl - ROEE of Eaton, and the great . grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. . W. H. R«=s of Greenville, Ohio. Arrangements hy" the W^ldron Mortuary. Windsor was able through consistently half to run up lo drive the first 28-20 halflime margin. Johnstown' came wi Ihin Two poinls of the Wizards al the end of Ihe. third, "35-3T, but Windsor' then pultc'd away again. ~ The B team game wenl jo- Johnstown, 47-21. . Windior (58) Johnftown (45) Winter llctti'nger Burns BeU Marlin ; Warnick Margheim Andres 'McNabb Fg. Ft 6 2|Thomas' 0 O', Hicks ' -- OjBooth ·O'.Masl OlSitzman '2|Betz : .-S'.Milner ' iJElsb'erry 2'Roricro Fg Ft 2 ' 0 . . I25.DOO H a v a n I n f l a t i o -amaleJ lter . ' . KACISr, M I A ^ t l , Fla; ·-- - Willie -ICtirlitlc roile hli 3»lh winner of [he tcakon. scodne on. F»b-j!oui Fox CI3.70) In Ihe f e a l u t e · I -Tropical P a r k . B.Mvn.MONEi Mtl. -- War and Peace (HZiGO) uon by a noje over BLaiinK Home t» Ihe rrFrierir* r u t j e 1 al Plmllco. - SAN BRUNO. . Calif. -- Lurhy C. L. rjS.10 caniR frcm behind In the atretcn lo take -the Maxlo Purje al Taiiforan. Frederick Beats Cherry Creek ehruary! olorido A*M (.7) [essel,. g.. Ihri'slehsen, g 1 Ta 7 '0.5' 1 0 g 6-' 0 2 . 1 1 22 -12 Windsor _-_ Johnstown .,.-_ Free Ihrow 17 11 14 .H 9 19--SB 9'11 15 lOr-45 missed: Winter 3,- Martili, Warnick, Margheim, Andres, McNabl), Bolh 4. Mast, Siiz- man 4; .Elsbcrry, Ro.mer.o £.',.." · TimnathCops iclory Totals 59 Colorado Stiii (50) Fji 'itckcn f'--.--^ 5 Uaugherly, I __ 10 . (ynek, f _-_-- B Scticul, ,f 3. Bowlea,- c ' 6 Cinney, g -: S Dichl, g . ' ' . 11 Wright, i, .'6 · Irown, g 26 15 12 Withan, g 18. 14 Tolals _____ 62 . .H.ilflime score: Colorado t At-M; 33; Colorado State 28. . : Free throws missed: Sleuhm 4, rcgory, Jlibbard 2, Grant, Hestel; Scheid 2, Dichl, Wrighl. ' CS Intra^Squad Game' Ends With 51-51 Score : .An .intra-sq'uad B stnnd, baskcl- b a l l - g a m e was played previous to the:Colorado State-Aggies game at G. antei" 'Friday nigh I. Freshman Mark Lee and sophomore Bob Schott -paced t h e v i c t o r i o u s ·!Bl_c)t_"'u:» Sl.-Sl.win.. · -Lee' dropped 13 points and Schdll.vll, 'Ip be high scorers of the game. Freshman Boh Lucas paced t h e . "Yellows"' with 10 points. .' Aggies B squad was at Meeker playing Mesa-Junior-College over the weekend, so.- Ihe; inlra-sqtiad game was held in place of «n intercollegiate B squad game. Y.jl.w. 51 fa ft;BI»ck 57 TfMNATHi-Timnaih grabbed off two-ihirds of Ihe rcbo'unris Friday night, arid thai control of (he boards paid off in a 50.-37 win over Bear Creek; U was Ihe firsl baskcl- b a l l - g a n i e - o f (he season for.bolh learns.' · Toby "-Baros,. Larry · Colter and Ken Woelfle combined 1 lo dominate 'both' backyards' as the Cubfr ran up a-'30-17 ; halflime margin, then coasled in., John- McClure's 12 points,-Weenie's 11 and-Ron'Kautl' 9 paced the Cub scoring. Timnath also won- the .B team game, 19-15. .' · · · Timn.lh !0 fg ft|B»r Cr»k Colter 1 1| 37 . fg ft McClure " 6 O'Shultr ' 2 'l Hendr'kson. 1 llWoolcy ' l 2 Baros . 2 0;Moore, 1 0 Woelfle 4 3[ Hooper . 5 2 l.'ehr I OjHossmastcr 0 0 K a u f i ' '..3 3[Anderson 1' 3 Swanson ' 1 '2jBlayney. 0 ^ Norton- 1 0' Hubbard . 2 2 -- Frederick pulled away in Ihe. third quarter 'of .a non- leaRue game here Friday n.ighl and defealed Cherry Creek, 55 to 33. The^ame/.fifsl of llie'.seasoh for bolh - teams, ' was a nip-and-tuck affair unlil tarly in the third quar- ler when .Cherry Creek Josl Bowes and Kaslofer on fouls. Frederick piled up 20 poinls in the deciding third quarter to the visitors' six.- Alex Hatlel -was- Frederick's big scorer, 'while David I'anl paced Ihc winners' work on the' boards. .Buiz Garviit was Cherry Creek's m a i n s t a y on the boards and in Ihc scoring column. Frederick won Ihe B game, 26 to 24. · : ' C h e r r y Cr'k (39) Fr*d«rick (.55) Fg Ft Fg Ft Garvin . JO . l|Pcfra's '. 3. 3 CJark '· 1 .0',!.. Salaznr' 3. 4 Jlaslofer '-2 CITaii! ' : 4 0 I). Johnson 0 · 0!.Hatfcl '9 2 Bowes . ( 0 Ojllurladc. 1 3 B. Johnson 0 OjSabodas . 1 D Albo ..1 21D. Sa'lazar 6 ' · 1 Nelson . -1 .0| -I o; ' i s Kersey Nicks Akron by 60-51 KERSEY -- A . f u l l 'court, press anrl Ervin Mondl's 34 points gave Kersey, a 60-5-1 win over Akron Friday nighl in. Ihc non-conference aaskelball opener for both clubs. The Eastern.league te,am h a d ' a 28-26 lead at halfiimc before Ihe Demons began lo lake command in the third' quarter- by making I'neir press v/ork. Kersey ran up 21 poinls in (hat third quarter Ihen maintained Ihe lead in Ihe final canto. Mondt .and Doug Howard gave the rebounding edge to. Kersey, which enjoyed a slight height advantage. Mondt poufed in 13-field- ors and .eight free throws' to dominate the scoring. Steve McNcal drove well before fouling out for the first time in his career wilh three minutes to go. Jim Ciggy looked good and Angle Martinez played a good game. Dav.e Danielson's floor work .was effective. The whole Kersey team worked well together fpr th.e firsl game. . Both teams 'moved fasl and well. Akron's Daugharly counted 22. poinls and did the major .share of the rebounding, with Yinoco's set shols.also giving Kersey trouble. Akron won .the B game, 34-22. Kersey (M) Akron (M) Fg Ft - . fa Ft W-State Uak Final Football Figures of RMC DENVER «t -- Wcslern Stale, 'runnerup in"the league', topped the Rocky Mountain Conference football learns in tola! offense, by a wide margin. " · The. Mountaineers . -rushed for 2,650 yards and passed for .794 to rack up 3,444 yards, compared with Ihe 2,276 yards logged by Colorado College for ,2nd place. Champion Idaho' Slate was 3rd with. 2,143 yards. Individual rushing honors 'wenl to Bill Rhodes of Wcslern Slalc who ncllcd 1,112 yards in 142 carries for 7.9-yard average.' Fullback Don Edwards o f . Monlana Slate was 2nd wilh 584 yards in 15C carries for a 3.9 average. Dave Fletcher of Colorado College was 3rd with 525 yards on 107 carries for a .4.9 .average. Passing leaders, based on- completions, were "J^orm Spears ot Colorado College with 35 completions in 73 flllempls for 318 yards. Bob Hears of Western State finished 2nd With 33 completions in 64 throws for 622 yards. Idaho Slate's Txim Zaun was the top punier wilh IL 44.4-j-ard average on 25 punts. Western State's Rhodes was 2nd-with 24 kicks averaging 38.8 yards. . ·" HoitWudson -- " - ' COLLEGE BASKETBALL It* THE ASSOCIATED -r*E_f K a l i m j z w 61, A d r L « n ! 4 l . . ' M L a m l " (Ohfo,.i:.- K«M ' Stale/ 10. -Mkhllin "TeclT77 Bemtdji' (Minn) .'71. 51. John 1 * (RkrO *S, 'Alumni: u. K«mai Slit* 'Varsity ;7. J Fr«ihmen W. Marytacd Suit M.' VinLrila- Union 17. Ha Ripken-Sydney. 70j ' Lynrhbm* 66. New-tarry 7i, North ,Cwn(U- Tchn -H. Maryland ET. Virginia. 3S. Earjham M. -.WiU.nbcrf . \\t '. · _ · lona. 71, Toronto M. .-' .· · - " neoric WatiilnitdnMOl. Walt* . Fowl K. Allliare (Pa) X, -Thltt 71.. . _ . '. F u r m a n K. Davidson. «. Watford «. . C«ta.w,-bii ' '. ' ' ' I're-biltrUn - 85,- College .o IChrleitoa . . '· . · · " ' , ' . · ' Wagner t. Scracxtcn · S*. · 1'oa.H Guard «. Norwich 31. DuV* 97, CItmscn U.~- - -. " nio Grande 99,' Hunt.r.gto!. (furl) 61. Ci*lfhlon 73. Buen* · Vf*U .(low*) M. , Mir.haUin M, Bridie port, M. · Brooklyn Colleue 9f. 'BrogkEyji Poly «· Drake 45. North Dakota Stale. 66. . Par-oni (low*) 83, St. Ambrose (lov,*, for 77. Brighton Tips For FORT LUI'TON--Brighton worked sinoolhly in selling up Us-play's in ils first game here Friday nighl to beat Fort Luplon,' 54 to'40. On the oilier hand, Fort Luplon, also mailing ils rlchul, experienced d i f f i c u l t y with its patterns and'losl much of its defense and rebounding when Ron CcreliO fouled out in tlie fourlh period, liebounding was about even up until then. . 'The first quarter'ended, 8-8, hiit in llic-ncxl period,' Brighton went ahead 'lo stay, ' · ; Brighton (M) Ft. Lupton [«) . Portland State S3," Pacific SO. ' ' Mlnhsippi .State I«l. .. Howard «. Colorado Minei 7, FitisSmani Army Ho o n i a j j 7?. Collei* ot Id*Jw «. Oklahoraa Baptist .61,. ParJiandle . A p fcM SwUfc DakoU Stale 90, SL John'* W, .Minnesota DuLulh IT, Mooi*htad. Tchii Norths *_te en Call esc »,' Northland 37 Jimestou-n College «. Manitoba .U. 35. CArihait 83. Culver-Stockton 84. Auguilana 69, Monmo-jm G7. Arizona.,A3, Sn Dlero* State 74. . ' 131G1T SCHOOL BA5KETBA1T. Bj THE ASSOCIATED P R E S S North Denver SB, Loncmonl «·· Saalh Denver 5*, Colorado. Spnnu «. Weil Dtaver 49, Fort Collins.«. H*nv*r Manual 61, Baukler.M. ' F.mi Denver 61. 'Er.sle^ood 57. · D r o v e r Rest* «, Aurora 40. Fort Mo/sia 58, Golden SS. Alameda K. ArVada -M. Ciiwrnnc (Wyo.) 74, Atlatni City 38. Brighton 51, Forl Luplon.-«. Wind jar ' 56, = Joh n i tn ivn 4 S. · Grover it, Gilcre.t 05.' · ' PlitlevUte 53, Evans 35. .- '· Kersej' EO, Akron 54. · - - . Frederick SS, Cherry Cre*lc,39. , IliifUon 60. WetdonA 33. " Illllroie 34, U Sallf 31." ' · · - ' Prosrcft Valley 49, 5nder 3). KeenMhurs U- Million 25. Ratoa'tN.M.) 53, Walj^nburi 3J. Laa Animai 47. Canon City 43.. Trinidad 59, Canon City.Abey 45. . Chertw 39,'Fo^Jer 31. Salkla 37, LILmax 30. Fuetto Central 41. Pueblo Cooxlr.23. FniUVB C(0tra.l 41, Gleri»-Ood Sprin|S 33 Delia '43, .Odaredge 73. O a k - Creek 37, Meeker 34. Montraie' iS, FruLta 4S. . 1 Silt .31, Plateau. \'a.lley 29. - ., . ' Grind Valley i«. Carboada!-. M, New Cattle 4(. Re Beque M. Crali 60, Hayden 33. Grover Defeats Gilcrest, Johnson Jones Hcrbel Wiggingt'n 0 Daniclson Howard Mondl Marlinci E'cNcal Dilka (orsey Akroii' Cherry' Creek Frederick __ 10 ' 7 . 21' 13 '·6 16--39 2CT.1--55 Free ihro'ws 'missed: Cherry Creek 1 :.Garvin 3; Clark 2; Rdsje'fer 2; Bowes; .Nelson. . ' Frederick: .Petras 7; L. S.alazar 2;. raul'2;.Hattcl; Hur'lado 2; D Salazar. 20 101 Timnath -J- Bear Creek Free' (brows- .12 13 ·3--50 .9--37 'missed:. Colter 2, -.11 McClure, Hendrickson, Woelfle 2, Lehr 2, Jtorlon; Shiitlr 4, Moore, Cooper 3, Anderson,.Hubbard 2. . One. animal is the legal limil for ihe jayelina season--Feb. II- 27--in Arizona. Broadbejt 'Stars as DU Puckstefs, Blank Toronto D E N V E R (Ji --. Denver Univer sity scored ils first shutout in Ihc DU Arena since 1952- with a 3-0 ice hockey victory 'over 1 the ,1-ni versity of Toronto Blues · Fridh nighl. . . ' · Denver lallied Iwice in Ihe firs period and again in. the seco'n stanza. DU goalie' Dave Broat belt turned in an outstanding per formance a/ he made 38 saves - The two teams tied, l-l, Thurs day. night.' : Toronto meets Colorado Collcg 0|Etler - 1 1 jBurtis 1 SrDaugbarly 8 J|Sallcy , · OJWagner . 1iTinoco 0 [Reese 14 is in ,21 1? ' 9 13 Davison Harl Tokunage Griggs LeVcaii' Morales 15 24 13--60 13^54 .Free throws misserl: Daniolson, Howard,2', .Mondl 2, Giggy 3, Mc- \'eal; Burns 2, Daugharty 2, Fg Ft 3" ·2[Bosier 0 olCeretlo l|Ga. Tway 2! May .fi(Go. Tway 3| Adam's 2'Johnson 21 · -I ·' ·' Fs Ft S . 1 5 0 1 ' 0 1 GILCREST -- 'Grayer combined a fast break wilh shooting accuracy- in w i n n i n g - i . pre-season liaskelba!!. .from.. Gilcresl Brighton Ft. 'Luplon 17 .201 _ 1 14 12 15-54 14--40 . Free throws missed:- Brighton .-Herhel 2 ; ' D a v i s o n ' 2 ; Hart 2; To- Vuna'e'o'2. Ft. Luptpn -- Bosser 5; Cerelto 3; May; Gordon Tway 3; Johnson 2." ' . . . . . here. Friday night 'by a. score of S! lo' 35. - . . . - . ..The Jackrabbif.-h.it 50 per cenl of their'. shots. ; the Spuddiggers brked a defense to stop. Ihe Grover fast break'and.fell behind midway in Hie firsl quarter. · ; Grovcr's .big center, Ralph P»l- mer/ dumped in.- 14 -points' to lead the victors scoring .and i played a Hood game on Ihe boards. Ron Bair helped out 'the Grover ciuse vVHh'his 1 j u m p . shols. . -. · Gilcrest :won the.B. game,' Z! to 2 0 . . · : · : ; · ' · - · · Grovtr (M) ' ttilcrt.t (35) Fg F t . ^.. -. 'Fg Ft HUDSON -- Hudson and Hill- ose will meet Saturday nighl for , .Ullc of the.Hudson invitational a'sketbdii tourney: . · · ., Host Hudson wenl into Ihe finals, ith a'60-33 victory over Weldon; Nllr'ose downed La* Salle in a clos« ne, 34-31,' in the olher semifinal ame. In olher games ;Krid«y night, 'rospect Valley-defeated Snyder, 9-39, 'and Keenesburg downed !rfil- '· iken, "41-25, both'games in -losers' ·racket play. ·La Salb and Weldona meet for bird place SaluHay .nijht; -'Prospect' and Keenesburg tangie for ·unnerup honors. Marvin 1 Zinibleman wilh 15, Dick Scheid wilh 12 and Teglman wilh 1 paced Ihe Prospect win. Ken Elder'wilh 12 p o i n t s ' a n d Jerry Smith with 10'hcaded the Ktenes-/ mrg victory. · Hill.on (34) Li S i l l t . ( l l ) Fg Ft ' Ff Ft Barrows 7 IVannest ._ 1 J Dinning 3 SPerez 2 2] -riggs 0 7Chrislian 4 1| Asnicar ' '0 OCadi · i 5| Hon'ebein 1 ILightsey ' 1 0| · J: Crossain 0 1| · 1 11. 12 ' 1 0 11| La Salle I 1 -- ' 7 -., 5 · 11 8--31 Hillrosc _^_ 10 .« · » S-34 Free'throws missed: - Pent 3, Christian 3,.- Cade, LigV.sey,' J. Crossaint; Barrows 4, Dinning, Griggs 8, Honebein 3, Asnicar i. HIKJHXI (M) Wtld.ru (53) . Fa Ft _ ... _.F» f t Arnold 1 1JD. Widene.r J 0 Wcoidridge » 6|D. Hpke 4 ' 6 D. Hafner 1 0{B,.. Hok? 1 0 Hafner 7 . 4[Saver.. · 0 0 Dinning 1 l|Apodaca 1, 0 M. Fanning 1 5|B. Widener (I . 2 Barney . 1 ..l|Lundoc)c J - o -- --Ramseyer 1 1 21 18| -- - | 11 11 Hudson . 14 13 ,11 22-SO. Weldona . 6 7 S 14-33 Free throws : missed:-Arnold 2, ·Wooldridge 2 , . E . Hafner 4, Dinning 2,. M. Fanning, .Barney I; Saver, D! Koke 6, R. Hoke. 5, Apodaca, R. Widener 3, .Luncock, amseyer. . · . , · · Bops Evans by 53-35 PLATTEV1LLE -- B a. l a n.c e d scoring marked [he Platteville offense here Friday nighl as. the Bears rolled over Evans, 53 to 35. in- . Ihe season opener for both schools. · Five riatlcville players each scored four baskets in. the. team victory. The Dears held' a comfortable margin throughout the contest, although Evans scored on more even terms with the,m in the. last half. · · Evans won the B game, 40 to 32. E v a n i (35) Pl.tt.villt (S3) Fg Ft Vanfiorder 2. OjVosmcra Michaud- 5 Branlnor 1 Solomon 4 Ishiguro '1 al ' Colorado. Springs S a t u r d a y D , crr !f. r . a West Crigler ' Gfeaspn Lucas Cuhankc Dirks Swedlund Ncelcy . MKtkct ilrole '/ Weilh' 3 2;B1air plSmith 4|Scholt 2]Vcnch 0| Williams 0[ Lungmbto fg it 0 2 4 1 1 ' 0 0 · 0 0 ] JJcWilliams 0 · Your Sympathy expresied In Floral Plect*'. . . . F L d W E R S BY "Clair Louise" · ··· G R E - B t E Y F L O R A L 907 16th St. Phone S0» :3903: C4L1. SKYSCENE, 3903, tor iSEMOBIAL SFRAY8 ·18 21 2 0|!.ee : 4 1 c|HiJSlm · 3 1 ifjohnson 2 · -'-I 21 9; Free (hrows missed:.Wcsl,.Glea- ion 6, Cubanks 2, I-iicas 4, Dirks, Ncelcy. Markel 2, Weilh; Blair 3,' Smith 2, Venen, Roberts'3, Williams, Lee 3. '; · ' Cancel. Berthoud Til! LYONS -- Due {o the heavy sjiows, the Berthoud-Lyons non-con- fcrenc» basketball game scheduled Fridayjjnighl - was canceled. The two scijeols have nof dscided wheth Harold Adcocli er.to r«:5!t.lh« sa.me or not, - Moffalt- I'Duv'all 3;.Mtmtoya 1'Minkner OIRich'dson O.Kirsch ' O'Whitlcd . [Morgan IHessler - Fg Ft 4 0 4 3 4 4 . 1 . 0 0 T 4 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 Firsl of "U.S. Olympic Ski Squad jo Italy ·- ' NEW' -YORK ' (fi -- ' T h e 'first members of the 1D56 U.-S.'Olym-; pic ..team--the Alpine ski. squad-- w e r e ' ' e n . 'route to the .winter games at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Friday.. " . .' ". · .' . . The group departing Thursday included 10 alhleles/manager and coaches.' They will be joined at Cervinia, Italy, by five skiers representing the U. S.'..a.rmed. forces for two' weeks · of Iraining. Addi- lional training is scheduled in Aus- Iria -and Switzerland. ' Skiers who left Thursday included Wallace a n d ' G l a d y s Werner, Stcarrtboal 'Springs, Colo.; Mrs. 'Andrea Mead Lawrence! parshall, Colo!;. Katherin'e. Hodolph,; Reno; Nov.,.and Mrs.' Dorothy Surgenor; Everell, Wash. · ' · . - . · . Accompanying the .team were Nelson Bennett; Sun Valley, Idaho, manager; Friecll Pfeiffer, Aspen, Colo., women's coach, and Dodie Post, P.cno, Nev., chape'rone. The next U . S . ' c o n t i n g e n t eaye Jan. 16. The games will-be neld ; Jan. 26 through Feb.- S. - ' The Ivy Basketbalj League js Ihe. oldesl in Ihe counlry. It is. now in i's 52nd season. Bair Tiirim Sofensen rainier · Koenig Krier ' Lambert." Thonapson Hubble . . McKay 1 2!Righlhouse,0 OJPeroIe'z' 2!JCeil'- · 4 l M a r t i n e z 0'Johns - O l M e e k - ·' 2]Cogburn' -.or--: ·-·:.·' Grover Gilcrest 12 11 .11:16 ·· U--54 '. 9 ' 8 ' 10--35 Free - t h r o w s .niissed: · Grover-- Bair'4; Timm 3; Palmer 2; Koenig 1. 'Gilcrest -- Righlhousc;"' Perelez 11; Keil 4; Johns;:Meek 2; Lopez; Cogburn 3. - - - . 15. 5 Evans Platteville 22 9 3--35 IV--53 9 5 12 ']5 13,14 Free throws missed: Evan's -- Mirhancl 2; Brantner 3; Solomon; Derrera. Platteville: Vosmera 2; Montoya 2; Miiiknor 2; Richardson 2; Hirsch 2; WhittccJ.3; Morgan 2. . · ' · Biggest Boxer Quits ·LONDON Ifi -- Ewart .(Potty) Potgieler, lumbering South African heavyweight billed as Ihe "world's biggest boxer", is quil- (irjg Ihe ring, The Daily 'Express said Saturday. . "1 .jusl can't .punch. I'm j u s t , a greal big failure," the 325-pound Boer f a r m e r was qvoterl. Polgieler /ought a 10-rourftl draw with James J. Parker, 225, of Canada 'on Nov. 15.. Michigan Tech Wins ' . HOUGHTON, -Mich. I*;.-- Ram ming ' home three ' g'oals within three minutes flf the third period Michigan 'Tech; opened its 195 hotkpy .season- wilh- a '6-4 victory over. Ihe North Starts of Port Ar thur, Ont:, Friday'n.ighl.. : ;. Bnl.'. the Huskie .victory nearly was overshadowed b y - t h e brillian individual · performance- .of Por Arlh'ur's .Bob "Fergusop. With hi (earn trailing^ 6-1;,Ferguson blasl ed home 1 three shots -in the spac of a m i n u t e a n d '59' seconds lat in Ihe final, period.' .... · Michigan .Tech's ' J a c k M a n u got two .of. the. Huskie goals'. Winning Ways FRIDAY'S HOCKKY By THE ASSOCIATED THESS NATIONAL tEAC.UE N*w Y«rt( ., Chifi^o 1. -^ Thilidflphla 6, .Johnitc*T. S. . S*ilUr ;, -Wlf.oip«r I UTeitianel, Kdrr.or.ton 7, Saik»trx» fi. (overtime). VkSoria \, Vixcouktr 3. ' COLLEGE C?"rtt'xa S, Momr«*l 1. .Sftehltan T f r h I . Pert Atlhar 0rt. i, MLnneioU 8,' St. Bonl/ace 4. .North Dakoti 3. Mlehiim" SU'.e 1. I.-nv*r t, Torocio fl. Virgil Akins NEW YORK IB -- Isaac (Kid) " ogarl, Cuba's laleEt .hope for lampionship welterweight, honori vengert his only.-loss of the yfear' y : outspeeding sluggish Virgil kins of SI.' Louis Friday.-, ni^ht or a unanimous 10-round decision Madison Square Garden."Logart neighed H4« ,Akins. H7. '. : Although Akins'is higher ranked"L .the welterweight division and cored a split decision over "the 2-year-old Cuban four months ago, Logart entered Ihe ring 2-1 fa- orite. He has. been.-only .a '7-5. hoice earlier in the day. The defeat snapped'.the ;hrod- houldered Akins' unbeaten streak I nine. He is ralsd.No.:! eon- ender while Logart is -ranked 6th. Referee L»rr'y Napp, the Amerlan League baseball urnplri.; .who lebuled as- a main 'bout 'gar'den . ifficial, and Judge Frank Forbes ' :ach ;had Ihe Cuban' speedster ihead,'6-3-1. Judge Arthur Aidala lad il 7-3. The Assotisied Presi ·tad Logart in front, 7-3. - '· ' Russians Slai.d To Be. ops. in All Attiletics; - · . National AAU Warned / LOUISVILLE, K y / LR -- A word [ warning wa's passed Saturday a t ' t h e Nalicmal, Amateur Athletif Union convention: "The Rus^ins arc on t lo become world masleri athletic competition." Especially through the Olym'picj they hope lo create a "master- race", reputation, Clarence H.j Johnson of Detroit told 1 delegates. Johnson .is chairman of.the, AAU Weightlifting Federation. ..He,,.returned recently from h i s j second visit behind the Iron Curtain..- ! i-Behind that' curtain, 1 JoKnso^ said, is frenzied"- actively to^";-d*- velop the Russian athlete. It's a government project; .th« minister of alhjetics is. a cabinet post;^the accomplished athletes,enjoy the .best.- living -conditions;", and Ihe Russian "allilelic 'organization is one of the strongest such groups in the world,.he related.- ;; , ; -. · HEAR ^ C.S.C.E. v». : Colorado A A M BASKETBALL TONIGHT - .-'8:w R .m. OVER KYOU- --1450 K.C. Preicntcd by , MEADOW GOLD

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