Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 1, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 1, 1962
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Ploy George Woshington Tonight Greeley Cat s Outgun Easf Angels, 58-42 ·V PAuL. MOLOMKY tint* fmir fi»M HA*!* =mri fmi^ tv u *»**» ui^ui i****** i. . ^^^ ·y PAUL MOLONIY The opening game was successful for the Greeley High basketball Wildcats as they defeated Denver East, 5»-42. Friday night here. Joel Rothman spirited the Wildcats with a 12-point scoring flurry in the first period. Greeley assumed a 20-11 lead and never lost the margin although it scor ed only nine points in the sec. ond period. The defending state champions ting four field goals and four free throw* in the first period, but he wound up with high point honors with 16. Two of his baskets shot Gree- ey ahead to stay after a couple of mechanical errors enabled East to tie the score at M early in the game. Greeley's scoring was well balanced as were the first game errors. However, the Wildcats dis- jlayed the hustle and spirit that will try to make it two straight tilles to ln * la * lave carried them to five slate Tommy Wheeler and Mike Dcut- wins at 8:15 Saturday against invading Denver George Washington. Daryl Brumley scored 12 points' In the second period Brumley and Bob Runnells got 11. For · - East guard Hay Easley scored 11 Rothman cooled down after get- (Deaths and Funerals FEWELL Mrs. Etta Belli Fewell ot Oxford, Nebraska, formerly of Brigg»d»le. Mother of Byron Jenkins ot Brlggs- dale, Orin Jenkins ot Denver, Burdette Jenkins of Entlewood, Mn. Hazel Olenn ot Ited Feather. Mrs. Alice Johnion of Briggi- dile, and Doyle Jenkins of La Stile. Alio survived by 20 grandchildren ind II areat-irandchlldren. Serv- icei 10 a.m. Tuwday at Adamnon Memorial Chapel. Interment Eaton Cemetery. HERGKNREDER Mn. Kathirine Hergenreder, 311 13th St. Arrangements later. HOWARD Greeley CAME HIGHLIGHTS - l*n- ver East guard Steve Ando was i f so excited about playing his first! game that he left his shoes at! home. A check with Greeley players found that Ando's feet wen too snail, but manager liob Specr came to Ando's rescue with a pak of number sevens. Ando is 5-foot-*, and Speer is 5-foot-4. A dozen Wildcats played with everyone getting into the statistics. Lurry Sweitier, Jim Basey. i che r each had one foul. Howard of 18H 8th Street, husbani of Mn. Frelda Howard; father ot Terry Howard of Corvallis, Ore.; step father of Gene, Donald and James Kaiser all of Portland, Ore., and William Kaiser ot USN Philippines; brother of Harold Howard of North Lai Vegas, Nev. Also survived by three grandchildren. Services 1:30 p.m. Monday, Adamion Memorial Chapel. Interment Linn Grove. Friends who wish Bay give to the Heart Fund. TALBBRT - Jesse L. Talbert, Platteville. Husband of Mrs. Helen Swarts, Hundson. Father of Larry, LeRoy, Janice, Charles, Bonnie, and Eugene Talbert nil of Platteville. Son of Wheeler . H. Talbert, Gilcrest. Brother of Freenun Talbert, .: Ault; Harold Tulbert, Der. by; Mrs. Nora Korgai, Gilcrest; Mrs. Daisy Glover, . Ft. Lupton; Miss Josephine Talbert, Edg*water. Also survived by two grandchildren. Services 2 - p.m. Tuesday, Platteville Methodist Church. BATTERTHWAIT Lawrence Edward Satterthwait, 1702 3rd Ave. Husband of Mrs. TUlle Sat- terthwalt. Father of Marvin . L. Satterlliwak. Riverside, Calif.; Mrs. LaV«rn Kirich, Denver; Mrs. Virginia Abbott, Casper, Wyo.; Donald Satterthwait, V a c a vllle, Cslif.; Mrs. Evelyn Ray, Thermopolis, Wyo.; Hire. Zelda Dunn and Mrs. Deanna Cowan, both of Greeley; Richard Matthews, "Watuma, WIs. Also survived by 19 grandchildren. Arrangements later. WHITOOMB Mrs. Gussio N. Whit/tomb, 1201 8lh St. Mother of Mrs. Verna Rossi, Seyul- veda, Calif. Also survived by two grandchildren. Services 11 a.m. Monday, First Baptist Church ot Baton, interment Eaton. Friends who wish may givu to tire Memorial Fund of the First Baptist Church of Eaton. To lie in state until 9 a.m. Monday. points. Greeley expanded its lead in the bird quarter as the fast break offense began clicking. And at the period's end the Wildcats were in front 42-37. A significant factor in Greeley's triumph was Us command ot the boards, Dick Mantooth topped the Wildcats with six defensive and five offensive recoveries. Brumley followed with nine total rebounds. In floor play. R o b i n Weathers made three second hall thefts that triggered field goai plays. Each team got plenty of diols at the basket with Greeley scoring 25 of 61 field goal attempts for a 41.0 percentage. East took one more shot, hitting 16 of 62 for a mediocre 25.6 percentage. However, East was playing with several members that will play on the B-team the majority o the time. It is reported that four potential starters, including J. R Craig and Dave Babbs, are on the East football team which wa to play Lakewood for the State AAA championship Saturday. and Kunnells each scored two laskets, and they figured equally in the fourth period scoring. Greeley guard Butch Butler wasn't sure he was sup-pojed to te in uniform. Announcer Earl Wells introduced the 1962-63 Wildcats ar.d inadvertently left out Butler. However, when the team massed for the season opening handshake, Wells realized his error and announced, "Butch Butler, No. 10." Greeley (M) Doctor Mantootli.... Rothman ... Baggot .... ilunncllj ... Brumley .... Basey Swcilzer ... Butler Weathers .... Wheeler ... Deutcher .... Ft 2 - 5 2-8 6-11 0- 4 5-12 6-12 0 - 0 0-0 2 - « 2- 3 0- 0 0-0 Ft RbPfTp 1 - 3 3 1 0- 0 11 1 4 - 5 4 2 0 - 1 3 1 1 - 1 1 2 0 - 1 9 1 0 - 0 1 1 0 - 0 0 ! 4 2 1 2 1 1 1- 1 1- 1 0- 0 0- 0 Broncot 53, Erie 46 ERIE - the Plate Valley Broncos fought off a stubborn Erie ;ive here Friday night to come up with a 53-46 non-conference victory. The Broncos jumped to an ear ly lead but Erie closed .the gap and trailed only one point half-time. One of the ironies of the game was when hard-playing Dennis Bauer of Erie scored a two-point' er for Platte Valley. 11 happened shortly after the second half got underway am the change of baskets apparently confused him. Roy Miller paced the winner with five field goals and eigh 'rce throws for 18 points. PV (S3) Erii (H) G f Miller 5 8 Bauer Duell 5 3 Cardona Stitzman 1 Arneson Hird 5 2 Bauer Barber 3 1 Hepp 1 1 25-61 8-13 39 17 58 lait (41) Sudholt Campbell Meyer Johnson Easley Tolivcr 2 Wallace 1 Aixlo 0 Fj Ft PfTp 0- i 0 0- 1 1 0- 1 2 - 3 3-7 2 - 5 0- 0 3-3 G F 8 1 3 2 3 2 5 2 18 13 Plati Valley Erie 20 It 7 H-5J t 1) I 14--44 16-62 Graeley 21 Eait 11 10-21 11 42 · 13 lt-5t » 715-42 Windsor Defeats oosevelt 47-36 BURSCOUGH Guy E. Burscough ot 2200 9th St. Husband ot Mrs Lillian Burscough. Father of Mrs. Wayne Wells of G r ft e I e y. Arrangement* Istsr. CANCHOLA Mrs. J u a n i U Canchula o 1022 1st St. Wife ot Frank Canchola. Mother of Jin Canchola of Greeley. Cal Ixto Canchola of Colored' Springs and .Mrs. Pieclai Torres of Kosevllle. Calif Prayer service 7:30 p.m Monday Rt .Macys Dnncln Room. Services 10 s.n Tuesday from Macys Dran Inn Room. I n t e r m e n t Lin Grove. SCHMIDT Mrs. Klizabeth Schmidt o 700 5th Ave. Services p.m. Tuetdny from S 1'aul's Conitre ft t l o n t Church. I n t e r m e n t Lin Grove. Bobcats Win 52-34 LAFAYETTE - The Lafayette Bobcats, before a home crowd, won their season opener, 52-34, er Thornton Friday night, 'lie Bibcats took a 10 poinl id in the first quarter and buill that lead again in the thin riod. Although lacking height in mparison with Thornton which eraged 6-fcot-3, the Bobcats out wunded the visiting team. According to coach Tom Sutak n Killion and Jim Anderson ntrolled the boards while Tet rajas led the scoring with It WINDSOR - The Windsor Wiz- ds managed to shake off a rigid an-to-man defense by the Roose- 11 Uohnstown-Milliken) Rough ders here Friday night on the ay to a 47-36 non-conference n. The Wizards connected for 43 jer cent of their field goal at- mpts, but most were on lay- ps. Windsor managed to pass in nd break loose under the bas- et. The Rough Riders hit 25 per ent of the field goal tries. Ron Meyer was the Windsor larpshooter with eight f i e l d oals and a free throw for 17 rants. Charles Minch led Roose elt with 10 points on five fieli oals. Windsor also won the B-squat ncounter 35-32. Roosiyilt (31) Windsor (47) G F G F 0 0 Mueller 2 1 Ehrlich 3 0 Jacoby 2 0 W'nmeister 2 3auer \ruise Minch Shultz iloffman ^cinweber Ullmann N'eubauer Page Wagner 3 Xeiler 1 Meyer 0 Hergvrl 0 Hummclj 0 Meisner 1 Plumb 15 6 Roosevelt Windsor . 22 14 7 4 11-31 11 16 I I . . Fights Skyscene FLOWER RANCH · Plentt a) Arrangements * Spr«yl 2418 19th Avt. M31S4J Owner, Htral* A4Mtk By THE ASSOCIATED PRES ROME -- Nino Benvcnuti. 15 Italy, outpointed Isaac Logart, 1- New York. 10, and Franco DC P coll. 213. Italy, slopped Wend Newton, 198, New York, 3. MELBOURNE - Ixivc Alinto Ghana, outpointed Auburn Co] land. Flint. Mich.. 12. lifihtwcigh CHICAGO - Allen Thomas, 1 Chicago, knocked out Clil M' key, 16(1. Chicago. S. mis. Lafayette hit 19 of 42 field goa empts and Thornton hit 14 o -tlempts. Thornton edged out Lafayette 19, in the B game. Twrnton (34) Lafayette (52) G F G Anderson 3 3 Barjas 7 0 McWilli'ms 3 purl'k, B. 1 app 0 atherlon 6 It 3 alker 0 all 3 hodes 1 ink iijaki 0 Killion 3 2 Garcia 0 1 Sloppy 3 0 Ferris 1 OKilker 0 0 Williams 0 0 Guerrieri 14 6 wrnton ifayitti 19 1 4 10 6 14-. 14 II 14 14- EVERYONS'S "UP IN THI AIR" over Ihis shol. College High's Roy Austin (14) is tripped in mid-air by Ault's Dan Bickling (£0) and is headed for a crash landing as the picture was snapped. Austin fell hard to the floor on his back, but was OK. A foul was called on Bickling by Gary Eyre, the official who la alao leaping In the picture. College High went on t win In a thrilling nip and-tuck battle. 44-40. Friday in the Lab School gym. Tribune photo by Bob Scales. 12 GREELEY TK1MJNE Dtc. i, 1X2 ialeton Wins $1 Columbine ourneyGame WELDONA - Defending cham- GaMon M the field into the MBii-faib of the 1M Colum InvttjtleMl basketball tourn rant Friday here. Thi Indian jumped to in 114 net before Dick !vit Kant a Hid goal lor Briggadale thtn ed to a SW6 victor; over Rams. IB other gaum, Wektaoa de- eattd New Raymer, 44-31; MUSH defeated HillnM, M-», and Ore- er defeated Snyder. SHI The champtocdiip game wi] played at p.m. Saturday Tht cocaolitlon (amei Satur ay found New Raymer meeting HillroM aad Briipdale playin uyder. Weldona waa to meet UM at 1:» p.m. and Gaietoo as to play Grover at I:4S p.m i eemi-final gamn. Grover had an easy time wit nyder, rolling to a 19-15 hal une lead and doubling Snyder' core in the third quarter 14-7. The JackrabblU threw 11 me nto the game but big Roge Sorenxn dominated the Korin Hh nine field goals. HillroM ntver threaunad NUII i tht Ttrron icortd at MM through the tint half, leading 14 19 wbtt the buiw aouaded. Noon let up during tht atcond half and Hlllnaa played on eve Itrnu during the final quarter. Weldooa walked away from New iUymtr early In the aeeond qua ter and made the half-time ma In good ai the Indian! euticcred them during both the third inal quarters. (14) aVintiab (M O P 0 iking* Defeat vans 66-47 on ast Break Game EVANS - The Valley Vikbgs Hh Neil Foreman lead** out the fast break defeated Evans, t47, Friday night in the wa- · opening basketball game t. The Vikings used a second ball ast break to balloon a S-poiiil into an ea»y triumph. Korean scored II points while Bob ench tet up the fast break by ecovering 15 rebounds. fhe play wu typical of a first ame with numerous interceptions ' errors being made. Kermit (Dean) Melby waa the ame's standout, hilling 11 of 19 ilr 1 goa! attempts for a 57.t percentage. He also got two tree irows for 24 points and led Us nates with 10 rebounds. Valley High also won Ihe Bame. M-a. Carlsoa Eogel Suppei Mo]ica Eluckendorf Iverson Parker Cecil ShecU Rlchter 4 Baxter JBounell 0 Wajhburn «Cass OFrwmin 1 Sierman SGIHord 0 Ivie 1 0 U 10 t»H*laU IT It I111- » 111111- {») Bulldogs Nip Ault 44-40 Baker Amack Amaberry Williamt naui arlck xrnipwn (terun oger ouitoc By BOB SCALES Roy Austin scored three points n the final 20" seconds Friday lere to give College High a thrill- ng 44-40 win over Ault in an open- ng basketball game for b o t h ichools nl the Lab School. The outcome of the scrappy con- est was in doubt until the final seconds BJ the score was tiad seven times and changed hands many other times. Both teams had trouble linding he range from the floor as neither team hit belter than 30 per cent of their shots. The Bulldogs used a zone dc- 'ense, making the taller Bearcats take long shots. Forward Fred Otis came up with a clutch rebound with 40 seconds left to give College High possession of the ball and enough confidence to go an and win. Otis' rebound, came with the Bulldogs leading 41-39. The Bulldogs immediately called time out and Coach Bill Hupp gave instructions to go into a stall. In freezing the ball, Austin was fouled. The 5-foot-7 College High guard hit one of two tries from the free throw lanes to give CH a 42-39 lead. Aull's Jake Meyer was fouled seconds later and converted one charity toss to give the Bearcats hope, trailing by (inly two joints. The Bulldogs again went into .heir stalling tactics, but Meyer blocked a Bulldog pass and again .he Bearcats got possession ol the ball. But an alert Austin came up with a defensive play of the night, stealing the ball from one of the Ault guards and scoring the final two points of the game on a driving lavup. i Ault broke a 2.1-2.1 tic at th NOTICE Kebckah Lodge i Funeral services for Gu.'sie N". Whitrnmb will be held at the Baptist. Church in KaUm at 11 A.M. M:.mlay. Rdiekahs meet in front of the church tt 10:45. Kdna Pryor, Secretary nd of the first lialf en the shoot- ig of Meyer and Dan Bickling to ake a 27-23 lead. Th Bulldogs, behind the shoot- ng of Otis and Austin clipped way al the Bearcat lead, re- uclng it down to a one point dvantagc, 33-32 as the third quar- er came to an end. A Inytip by Olis nnd Jump shoU y Norris and Olis gavf the iulldogs a 38-33 lead. But the fighting Bearcats reused to fold. With Meyer hitting irce consecutive baskets while tie Bulldogs could only get one ree- throw, the Bearcats ralliet a tie the game at 39-39. But then Austin saw Davis, (ir« quick pass lo the Bulldog (or ward and the Bulldogs took the ead for good as Davis secret wo points via a layup. The Ault hopes were dealt low when Bickling fouled ou with two minutes left in the game Bickling led the Bearcats scorin in the first half with eight points He hit mostly on long »ct shots. The Bulldogs started slow tak ing eight shots before Davis brok the ice with a free throw .Otis fo lowed with the first field goal wit short jump shot. Guard Con Chcll pared the Rul dog scoring in the first hall he scored eight points. Chcll h four of seven shots nnd also wa outstanding on defense, intercc] ting three Ault passes. Austin and Otis carried lh scoring load In the second ha scoring eight points apiece. Forwards Steve Davis and Gar Norris cle.iral the- boards for lh Bulldogs, Rolling ten and scvc respectively. Aulls' Meyer was the h I g point man of the game with wints and also topped the lose n rebounds with 12. Collect High (44) F a vim (M) . Goetljch 1 0 Snyder 1 ellmore 1 1 Glagued 6 acobton o DC. Clark 0 Thorne 1 i Ed Wnlker J benchain 6 1 Hernandez 1 olllcott 1 0 Bob Foot 0 larrold 1 0 L. Tramp 0 lamillor, Dlchl idwcll McWilliartu 0 0 TRYING TO TURN THE CORNER - Coi- Icao IliCh's Gary Norris '221 lriis lo !riblile hi- wav by Ault rlrfrmler ,Inke Meyer '40' in thp Oolk'Cc HifiSi-AsiH bai-kctb.-jll n.-tme Friday night. But Meyer ml off the Rullflnj; forward, forcing him to pass Ihe ball elsewhere. Neither was spcclanilnr in shooling percent aces as bolh hit under the X per cent nwk. The Uull'log*, however, won lite rnnlrM. 41 W. ·Shown lifhind Norris I* Dnti Cheil f3,1 of College High. Tribune plmln by Bob Scales. Davis Otis Norris Chcll Austin Pumphrey Elston Dnnlcy Ault («) Meyer Bickling I.. Hrnylr* Mnjterwm jiim[)wn !. Hroyles Callws Hiijh "oil ' 2-10 4-I3 I-14 4- 8 3- 7 2- 2 0- n 1- 2 Ft PfT 1 - 2 2 3-4 2 2-3 2 0 - 2 0 4-1(1 3 0- 1 0 n- n o 0- 0 f; 17-57 Fg s-n S-17 0- 4 fi-U 0- 9 0- 8 10-22 fl Ft PI ."· 4 0 - 0 o- n o n i-1 2 - 2 (II) firww ft F Smith OSorensen lAnderm 1 Mart'ei, M. 1 Hart'ei, M. 0 Smock ORoth 0 lEgfleilon 0 0 Daviei 1 OSorenton McCurry alley (M) l«em (47) ·oret.t 'rench ]rlmci J er« 'oremin Sing tiller Rexus fempel IcKee Lopei G F 4 JTorrei 3 Bress 4 Broyles 2 Martinet 2 Melby 0 Buehler 1 Burbach 0 Harper 2 Blchm 0 Robinctt 0 0 S F 1 3 e 2 0 o 1 o 11 i i i 1 2 0 0 1 1 e o 'alky Hlf h 25 18 1111 17 IIII U-U 14 It 11 11-47 11 I XI « Basketball Scores Cchrafc Hlfh Sdnal laiketoll ·y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Yuma SO, Sterling St. Anthony'i Vona 81, Hugo 29 Cheyenne (Wyo) C e n t r a l 13. Sterling 25 Denver Washington SI, Pueblo Central 41 Wiggins 51, Weld Central » Longmont H. North Denver 4» Byeri 31, Strasburg 27 Berthoud 50, Broomfield « Ridgway 54, Debeque is Colorado Springs Wasson 68, Denver Lincoln M South D e n v e r 61, Colorado .Springs Palmer M Salida tl, Canon City M Wtdefield N. Fountain M Academy High M, Mgpleton « Leadville 41, Gunnison M Greeley M, East Denver 43 Greeley College High 44, Ault 40 Platte Valley M, Erie 4t Longmont H, North Denver 41 Agate 64, Central City 2* Brush 67, Wray 3» Stratum M, Burlington SI Florence 37, Waltcnburg 31 Hotline 63, Branton 31 Roosevelt (Utah) 55, Hangely M Battle Mountain 34. Oak Creek 511 7 11 U 14 Hlllme (») G F O F 3 0 Vesqucs f 0 1 DBurkhart 0 0 4 1 P. Trimp 0 1 23 6 |J linn lill 11 a_54 Illrete 7 1 * S-M N. Raynw (11) Wtldtna G F Weitzel 'riti O'Hara Mertens Poush Dragcr ·'iscus 0 Magruder 0 Brandt I P u g h 1 Bopp I Olscn 0 Paraehini 0 OVelasques Taylor Lemmcn Carmin Madrid (44) G F .1 I 6 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Taurmy at WeUena Weldona 44, New Raymer 31 Galeton 54, Brijgsdole 3« Nunn 54, Hillroce 29 Grover 58, Snyder 31 Raarlnf Park Invltattaal Hotchkus 40, Eagle Valley 2i Roaring Fork 40, New Caslle 35 C.lltjt Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Georgia Tech 81, Rice 63 Union (Ky) 74. Rio Grande 57 Northeast Louisiana 79, Lamar Tech 62 Trinity (III) 76, Bethel (Ind) 74 lllpon 87. Monmmith 57 Gannon 54. So. Illinois 4» Central Michigan 84. Calvin 44 Hope 65, Carroll (WIs) 64 Alabama Stale 92, Slillman 84 Lebanon Valley 69, Wash. Lee ^ SI. Lawrence 79, Queens (Qnt i Buffalo 85, Scranlon 53 Millersvilic 58, Lycoming 53 Nebraska Stale 89, Chlcnpi, Tchrs 87 Western Illinois 89, MacMun.iv 14 Raymer Weltfena 18 I S 11 4-31 14 15 10 5-44 76 Carthage 85, Illinois Stiite 75 Parsons ilowa) 83, Concord i a (SI. Louis) 70 Northern Mich. 03. Oshko.--h Slate M Carlcton 71, Cornell (Inwa) PI Grlnnell (15. St. Olsf M Montana Slnic m. Whilworth 53 Illinois 66. Butler 49 Regis (Denver) 84, SI. Mary's More Sports On Page 7 15 Lupton 54, Joseph's 52 FORT LUPTON--The Fort Lupton Dlucdevils were ice cold dur- Hie first quarter but managed comeback during the «xond|of'ih.c"plalrrt7ifiini l 'w period and fought off a last per." ' h ""' " od rally before finally downing » [~ stubborn SI. Joseph's leom 54-52.1 The Bluctlcvils scored only sin I points In the first period but'then | 'xplodcd for 25 points in the sec-I and qunrlcr nnd led nl hnlMimc i 11-24. ' SI. Joseph's launched a inlly n Ihe final period and closed a 12-ri:n( Forl lAipton lead u-llh mjiiing speed. Wilh 15 seconds remaining In the game Ihe Bluedevils gained possession ond protcded their two- point victory margin wllh a stall St. JiMfitr* (51) Ft. Lvpten (54) O F O F Erlle ^ 6Trevim r, 0 Christt-nsen 3 0 Kellers 5 2 3. Cnssidy 8 f. Srhiiyier 5 8 .!. lois'ring 4 3 Gomez J 1 L. UiTinR 0 2 Hild'hrand 1 n .lohnslon 4 3 Husiness Man's Smorgasbord Lunch 98c All You Can Eat Every vv.ek o«y it Noan 17-M n - « in 114 » 12-44 it. II 14 11 11 II ?_«» Ftr) Lueton 14II II 11-5?; · 8 I1S-K West Fair Rfttaurant Dining Room For Prlvult Ptrtltl Optn SMO * m. ID 8:30 p.m. WH( Ftlf Shopplni Ctnter ?M3 Ith St.

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