Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1955 · Page 19
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Greeley, Colorado
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Bums Get B«$l of Big Deal for ,.By JOE RILCHU1R ·' ·' CHICAGO ~llV' Rival .National League managers -'were.i chagrined ind embittered over the Chicago. Brooklyn trade thatsent hard hiu ting third baseman Ransom' Jack: f on to the world champion Dodger* (or. reserve third aack'cr Don Hoak · and spare outfielder Walter'Moryh. The IranEactiori, 1 announced Tues-day night, caused eyebrow! raising among baseball people. They .were almost unanimous in a belief that the Dodgers got'much the'belter tt the deal. One NL manager, expressing ·urprise that the Cubs-would, con- lent to such a deal, growled: ··' /. "Those Dodgers were going to be tough enough to beat as it was But who's going to stop them.nowl Last year they men in the lineup who" could hit.the ball cut of the park at any given time. Now they've got eight. And with. Don Newcombe on the mound Ihey have, nine." '_-.'-. Cub- Personnel Manager ,\Wid · Matthews,- who made- the' swap with Brooklyn Vice President E. J (Buzzie) Bavai, announced '--there will be a "tail" to .this transaction next week.-This reportedly is Russ Meyer, veteran right bander, who ·will report when the Cubs hayt gotten' below the 40-player Mmi - lo make room for him. . The Cubs released Walker-Coop er and the 42-year-old catcher agreed to sign with the St. Louis Cardinals. The two-for-one 'deal"was the only major'swap completed at the s big league meetings-which ended Tuesday, but several others are on · ' the fire. ' . . . ' · - , D«t. T,1955-: GREEI.KY TRIBUNE F*t« 191 On Friday; jt'll Count £ i .over"; Cherry : Cretk - and. 5S-S1 D'Orizio and 5-» Let Salazar,' only Ken Eliberry, W^and'Jim Peter alternate on tie post. on, 1-2. Thomat, Sitiman, But_ he'has'r good bunch of B sherry »nd Pefer«on iwere regu- Cirl (Bobo) pllon (ItfJ), world mkk)l*w*toht champion',' poni .wjrh chalkngtr Sugar Ray Robinson In Chicago after rh* two Faced ·xcm'mation'ciy physieiant for rh* Hlinoll AHiletfc Commiiiton. Olion dffandi hli'Mtk agalnit Robtniwi at Chicago Stadium Die. ». (AP -Photo).' ' : . ' ' . GilcrestBops Skippers, Erie Five Bows To *Sf. Joseph's DENVER -- St. Joseph's' was more accurate from the floor than Erie, and look a close 33-27 win 'mainly because of that'.In a. non- conference basketball .game Tuesday night. The Denver club hit 40 per.cent of Ms shots to" 3S per 'cent for Erie,- and the difference was enough for the win. , ._ : Erie saw an 18-13 haUtime lead cniifible'in the second half as Carberry and Cordova led the way for ...the", winners. Carberry' ended with 14 points; Cordova had 10. Julian Lontuie topped the Erie ·coring with 11. Tom Beshears ha,c fi; Ron Miller, 5; Joe Padia, 4; and Vern Alaux, 2. Miller topped the Erie rebounding. ~ The'loss was Erie'i lecond the season. KEENESBURG -- After a slow first quarter, .the Gilcrest quintet suddenly-· began -connecting and rolled to an easy 45-31 victory over eenesburg Tuesday night. The Spuddiggers' tall (6-4) Rudy 'eralez and Bruce McLeod,.who lands 6-3 dominated the rebound- ng. McLeod came-within one'of. ebounding with the entire Keenes- urg team; grabbing 27 rebounds ff the boards. .: · · . The non-conference win is Gil- Wyoming Moves-into 2nd in Tola!. Offense SALT LAKE CITY W--Wjomini moved into second pliee in lota team offense in its la it football game 'of the season, a final tabulation released by Skyline Conference officials showed Tundiy. . Wyoming gained 232 yards i losing' to Houston. W-U ]ait week .That increased the-CoTrboys 1 ;tola for the season .to .2,S2S yards moving them into itcond plac ·head of Colorado A4M. · · Denver had the best record offense for the season, galnin rest's first of the year. The Sp-ud- iggers lost to Grover Friday. It fas the Skippers' third lost against ne win. McLeod bucketed 16 points to ead the winners. The Skippers' Roger Imhof, unable to work .the all info ' the backet against the domineering Spuddiggers, flashed a nica hook shot as he canned six ielrl goals and a free throw for 3 points. · Gltcrtit 145) |KMtmbur« (11) BYU Football Coach Quits; Enters Bjsiness / PROVp, Utah W -- "Brigham Ypurig University'footbaU'.rCoach Chick Atkinson announced Wednesday he had resigned to enter pri- vale ^business. ' , " '' 'Atkinson has been head football coach at Brigham.:.Young seven years and formerly was coach 1 at Pocatello High School in Idaho. Criticism of the football program at Brigham Young developed during the past few weeks. The school finished at the bottom of the Sky: line Conference and won game, a nonconference clash with Los Angeles State.; The student, legislative, council adopted a resolution several weeks isci «kiug university authorities to take steps to improve the caliber of ..the football team. the 'council noted that Brigham Young* is one of the largest schools in the, Skyline 'Conference,' yet consistently has been near the bottom of the league in football standings. - It'i going to. take. Mine; doing", to keep Kersey from, copping the Poudre.Valley league, basketball crown thia leasoh, it appears. . The Demons, who! finished fourth in the old PV last year some cjoe ones that went the wrong _way',flipped Jilong^.atrong^Jn the !ate r season'rand. gol to the. atate Clasi'B 'semifinals. · ' - . - . - |1. --.-' Ervln Mondt, a big factor in the club'a luc'cess'last year, is. back, along ..with some others; with size that.saw duty-;;.reserves lait year. ': Kersey / took "Akron,-- 60-54; and Windsor,- 53-45, ; in.Its' first two games with, Mondt singeing th'e nets to -pace .the .wins'.,'' -, : ~ ,: ··-^, I League play : will get under 'way Friday night .with a trio of games, with the feature' tilt the Frederick at Kersey, aff a Ir.'j '··;. , ' , ' , '' ' Frederick, finalist in district play last year,- lost a lot of size, but appears fa be good again this year, arid may offer-Kersey, most of the competition for the title. ." Johnstown, loaded with lettermen, and Wiggins, with the biggesl squad'in 'the" loop j may .be. able to have i hand in things. · '· Frederick, like' Kersey', won boIh of its'non-conference contests, 55- ver^Kort Luptoo. lohnjtoira bow- ed'to WindsorVWriS,- Sn'lli ooly out- g. ^ig8ln'f-:ihlrd ; .Inj.the'iPlaHe nd a district entrant; won iti first «me of the year. Tuesday, :S9-54 ver',Sir»sbnrg;i:. ; - ; V-.,aj=s/; : Ault 'also '.openrf -play ;!Tiiesday ·ith t 41-3S victory over Timnith; aporte lost to Lafayette^ S»-30, s only game. Platteyill«\ha«..won wo, -53-35 -over j Evan» and ' *8-4« ' '- Wiggins Nudges lighthouse McLeod eralex F. Keil Johns · Martinet Sleek , Cogburn Lopei Imhof Sarchet Anderson I Elder r- Smith Robertson J 0 0 * i i i Reject Most Players' Pleas J» T| ' "' · 11 .« Gilcrest ! · - ' · ' '-1 It 15 10--45 Keenesburg '_ « « 31'«--Jl .Free throws milted: MelJeod.l, Pereli 5, Keil 1, Jobns i, Meek I;' Emhof 2, Sarchtt 6, Anderion , Smith 1, Roberson 7. 3,689 yards. Colorado AfcM wis third with' J.661 and Utsh State fourth irith 1.SM. The Wyomiflj (m m'tde DO other chanRM in itatiitieil jt»nd- ings. ' - . · · · · · . ··;' · Individual winswi for tht son wer« Gary Glick of the cham- pioaihip Cclbrado AkM R»mi in scoring, ' with' M poinU;' Jerry Jeiter, Wy.oming, belt ball : . ear ? rier; Jimmy Bowen, Denver, bejt pacier; T«ry Hurley, beit paii receiver, and'Jack BlilV of _Utah State, top'jninter and beit punt returner. · . , · · · Blackman Compares Yale TttTeams in Skyline Loop CHICAGO (»--The major leagu'ei Tuesday rejected most of the-players' requesti, including a $7,200 minimum, unrestricted winter ball pla'y, » check of number of bonus players* and the right 'to'be informed of negotiations for future radio-Ty World Series contracts. Thft'American and N a t i o n a l League!'ended .their .two-day joint winter sessions some 24 hours earlier, than, expected and. sent tne baseball officials scurrying for transportation reservations -home. -.The majors did agree to pay the players "outside" 'spring 'training expenses, - "" Both leafuei agreed to permit players' to report prior to March 1 spring training deadline if they desire and continued - the. mircli 10 deadline -on the first exhibition game. · . - ' As expected, the majors turned thumbs down on the minor's re : quest for radio-fV restrictions into minor league territory. They also failed to pass a change in the national defense rule that would have cut a returning serviceman's exemption from counting o nthe player limit from one year lo 30 days. this was defeated b u t : H- had been passed by the minors. Such controversial proposals as changes in the bonus rule, .unrestricted'.draft and.Restrictions ; on STRASBURG s Wiggins, bank ing on- a 23-point third..quarter eked out a '-59-54 win over Stras burg Tuesday night in its openin game 'of the season, a non-leagu lilt. The Tigers, using_.a.very we balanced scoring ^attack, shoo first-half jitters'.that had aliowe Strnsburg a 28-25 halliime vantage, took the lead for keep in ihe third period.'Danny Howe led the way with eight points i that period, with the other fou (Fred Frihauf, Allen Von Loh, Ji Thompson and Gordon Ledford chipping in equally. Ledford finished up wilh 1 points, high for ihe game, Howe had 14 and Frihauf, 13. : Frihauf and Von Loh controlle the boards in the second half,''after Strasburg had grabbed the major share of the.rebounds in play be : fore intermission. Very few fouls were caljed. - ' ... - ./ i Wiggins. Coach Harvey Ellison was pleased with his club, terming the play, .good 'after eirly-game nervousness subsided. . ' ·'Wiggins also won the-G game, Ault,' was 'fifth.;W~; the\Py · last ear; Johnstown tied for last place with.'.^PlatieviUevker5ey''had a.8-5 jagu'e; record; Ault,. 6-8;; Johns- own; ,and : PiatlevUlei,' 2-12 · ««ch. FredeHcVf· ,Won.the. Platte: and ran p a i6 ; 4,«li-sca'son mark;_Laporte vm ,thV North: Central, going .unbeaten in league play; Wiggins was third in,.thej Plalte." v"'^??', '.;.' Coach Bill O'Brleh has few wor- 'ies here. He.has size,'experience arid one' of the beller high 'school players' in the elate in ,6-4,- -190 Kund Ervin Mondt, an all-stater ast year and .much improved this season.-: - ' ' . · - . . . , -. .:·': Besides Mondt, other Jeltcrnien jack from last, year's club are Steve :McNeal,: 5-10; Davb Danielson, 6-1; Doug.Howard] 6ZV4; Jim Tiggy,- 5-11; and Larry Stolarciyk 6-Q.. McNeal was a. regular, like Mondt, and has a big hand in directing the Demon floor game. .Up from the B team are John Dilka, .6-0; · Bob Moore, 6 : 0; and Myion Hastings, .5-11. . v . ....... Angle Martinez, 6-0, who. didn' play much last year because of iroken leg, 'is back, and .is ex pectcd to add strength. Jerry She! ton, 6-p transfer from Greeted high who will become eligible in Jan uary, may also'help. Big losses from last year 'wen Dave Du'ell, Don Miller and Ernii Sal.i7.-ir. Miller averaged nearly 1 points'a game; Salazar more than 12. .- . . ,Mondt, In-his.first two outings showed that he was out to belle his-14.57 a v e r a g e ' o f . last season he hit 34 points .against Akron 30 against Windsor. All in all, the 'Demons appca better balanced than last year with 'more reserve strength an more effective defense. .-. V Frederick The Warriors', despite the loss most of its varsity from last yea Including 6:5 Frank'Major, 6-3 Ne Ciocholti and hotshot little Darre ·By DAVID A. , HANOVER",^ N. O'HAKA H. I*--Dart- mouth's'. Bob Biackhiah; who left a championship football team'in th'e West, already., is looking forward .to nc'xl.fal.l despite a'losing season in his "debut as ' a ' h e a d coach in the Ivy" League. "It's a groat league," says the 86-year-old Bjackman In r«view- ing his.freshman year in the Jvy ·ob'Blackmin "The competition is. keen, game ii exciting becauie con lervativenpss is not overdone." Blackman traded his post head coach of Denver .University' i 1951 Skyline Conference champion early in. 1955 lo -become, the 16t · mentor in Dartmouth College foot ball history. He immediately ran into a cession of problems^hotably. th lack ol spring pracllct ra whic to teach the Big ReniyV may surprise. Alex · Tesbne, school suneri tenden't who Is coaching the clu is . .builduig around 6-3V4 J 32-18. Frihauf Von Ixh Thompson Hpwell.. '. Rohn ' Ledford (S» fs Wiggins n t\ Str«buri (54) fg ft Whetden Fruhllng Driscoll Fast 0 Tappero Schilling Rice Schick 2 0 1 0 1 1 23' 8 10 15 23 II--59 Strasburg 10 18 12 14--54 Free throws missed: Frihauf 2, Von Loh 1, Thompson ', Ledford 4; WheWeo. .yruhling. I,.Schilling, Schick I. . . Youpg Skiers Named David Paul, 6-2; and Frank Cimi ' : . Bill, Cipchett I,; S-9TM may j of help'.' 1 ..'..':' [·· ;' ' .'·;! Hattei'.'spa'rked. the'.club",to Ihe .als of district play last.season, nd,looks liko the play'maker'on e ieam'this.ycar. D'0ra.zio, who . plentyVot native hoop' tflent well as s\ie, can make th£ team ugh again.if he rcacheb his"full itential.', . '..,,.' i ! :i: '''\'.- :'.*«» Only:three-lellermen back here,' a , l a t e : « t a r t ~ d u e to football. Coach ! Cordell Hailey's 'crew hould be fairly! fatt/.witn -more iced-'and hustle, than- last -year*s nit, but will.have a height prob- m.-.;' .:; · · - -····'.·.:-.-·. -.-' · ·' V.efs: returning are-Tom Wood, 1; Jim Boyd, «-0;,and Joe Marnez, 6-1. Martinez'-was^a'slarter nd averaged 10 points.per game he . team, high; Wocd .bbokei eavy re'!crye_timef; ' · ', :;·· Counted on to rbake up the'resl t i t h e varsily .areYtnes'e B team rads: Dan-Farmer, 6-1;'Jim Fos er, 5-6; Tony Galleges, 5-5; .Ron SrafI, S-9; Jim Harring, 5-9; Roi ice, 5-10; Harry Simpson,. 5-8 am : Spencer, .5-8; and Warren Voodmansee, 6-1. JackToo's, S-ll, is still hampered y a football kneo injury, and may ot be able to go'full; speed fo awhile: : Jerry Malmslrom, -5-10 frosh eager last'year.'is also ikely candidate for a varsity bertli One'of the big question-mark or the Bearcats is shouting; the club was'just so-so in this department last season, and need a good boost to make the club potent this ·ear.. '· · ·. . - ' . . Big losses from last year: Dale Miller,.- r-Dave Farmer, : Charles Kling and Duane Hobbs. Miller and Hobbs each averaged around 10 point: a game last season. : jphnitown The PhanlomB will be 89 and 44/100 per cent veteran, but Coach Lindy Llndccrantz'prqbably would rather, have consistent shooting.- The . off-and-on targeting : last year.vvas a headache: 1 but if .Lin dy'i'ibilnch' can begin'to hit con sislehtly, It may be just what the doctor ordered. ·'Nine'lettermeh are back:' Lirr Beiz,'5-10;. Bijl Milner, 5-9; 1 Ron Mast, 5-iO; Willie: Romero, 5-8; Paul Thomas, «-0; John Sitiman, 0; Bill-Hicks, '«·',. 200 pounds; . . . . · . . . - . . - . , . - · 'Besides UM ,vets,«t bet' to make the first 10 is Robert Booth, · '5-iu * tujjlicriiuf e,'^ wift:- hi.i," diif layed considerable .''promise', in early-season play. ; .'--..-. .'·/'.- '·£; Llhdecrantz expects more'husUe his'year than !ast, : and Is'drilling his club to' g*t the most possible out.of his speed.J .'..'-·..:. .-V--' ; ? Bernard fdlx and'Bpb Hart ire he two,big losses/Hart, a speedy ctterman,'faces t;kncu- operation or a. Tootball; injury .''.but may try! o play v w i t h - a brace 'on' theleg before it Is scheduled around .the firsX'of the yearf...,-.,'; . , ·,.· 'y'^ ' ' ' · ' · ' ; * · : '-" building prbgram . : »reVlRoo! Kiet ... ler and Percy Ode'nb'ati'ih. 7 l;," : . . ';'.' ''^Vi "^ 'Wl«ln«:ft-l^: ; iv ; ':^; .^jtThe^..Tieer's_ should 1 be J stronger :·;-\ :? ' ' ' ' ' ' ' The'-. Pirates, will lircally get.'.'i treshialart this year . . ..there' is not -'* .single.:.lelle'rra'ah' returning trbm list tea'sbn's team that-went undefeated in league-ploy;.'-;.- ' r.;'' .Four - B' t e a m ' grids :head.'the prospects; '· Duane .-Knox, -'6-.1; Duane' Mu'nn, 6-1; Bill Knox,' 5-10; and Lou Lowery, 5-8, all seniors; Two sophomores, t-i Lee Davey and «-l .Gary .Withrow,; are con- side^rcd'good prospectsV .-.-'··'- Others i.tabbed '..for actions are Boti Schmidt, 5-10;'Larry'Welton, 6-0; Pete Vigil, 5-8; and Jack Ei', Qnach Kay Dallpn's club lacks a big man and is green, bill Is .expected to be all riglit if the new; comers /come '.through. · '.. ; ·'.Losses from lasl year include Fred -.GlickVi Gerald Davis, John Davis, Bob Thoen, and Lonnie Alexander . . -' N ' , . '*v ·' Coach Jack- Eulslcr's gang promises' lo -be 1 , better- than last year's, edition, but still lacks tilt. ··Although just four letlermen arc back, the Bears · have - a good group of-squadmen returning that i! expected to give'the club rrio'rc bench slrenglh and better scoring potential.- -.-' .--'· · · - . " · Lettermen back are Carl Minkner, 5-9; Francis Diwali, 5-10V4; Pepper .Morgan, /S-6;- and .Louie Montoya, 5-11. . i Counted upon, to ..round han last year;''Back a're: four'let-.i :e'rrhen and,(tree other/.topflight . / f . candidates that, biakes : the'.squad '-j-ij: :he biggest in the league.' : ·-.':· ;%;·· '· ··'._'-JA - Heading the Allen -5Vy Von Loh, 6-4' forward who was one , ;.vl'; o^-.thol. teaif^s : scorers' ^last .· -.V 7 '. : year". 'Also, back· are Fifed.Frihauf, · : i'i; !·!; Rolajid- Rohn, 5-11; and.'.Gor- doh'Ledford, 6-0.^; ; ·'*:' \- '-.;/,'· 'v.--; ^fpanny.Howell^S-S; Jim .-Thomp^' y^-. iph.-'S-S^'and;Raymond Baer,',8-3,'-.'· '/; are .'expected to b*'-regular« .along ' -^ with the'-vefs.; 1 Vrr-J:'/^':·· ..',"·' : ,~: *v : ir',:.vas:i-« i-sophomore-. _-,,N . . . clubj ; ;,the%Tiger's;were .'·"'.- sporadic: mafk'srrien;" hot : trid fold. .'-Yof ·'iCo'ifch -Harvey- EUisbn- fe'cjs'that j this year's.edition,will'to hit -the/basket, more.; c'qnsisienlly... .-: Thrjnvpsbh; Rohn'.ahd'Frihaiif; are"--. : : tabbed to play'post fqr..the .club;. and . :Ellls6h'.';.expects''i.eve'nly. .. balanced scoring : frorh Ihe. combi- -·'. ^·'···L.'«s« Schedule v V - - ' "". Dec. 9^-Lapbrle at. John^to\vn; ./ 'Ault atWigginsj Frederick'at Ker- f n t r ' ' T\nn ' 1Q.-' T! ^4 (aiH ITa ' mf T.«. " " -. sey. Dec. 1 . 13^-Platlevllle t La- 'pprte; Wiggins at Frederick;'Dec. at PlattevilleV'Kersey . varsily roster 'are' 'Bob- out the Hirsch, 5-10V4; George Vosmera, 5-11; Norwin Whitled, 5 : S; 'Charles -Vos rrierai "6-0;- Bruce Richardson, 6-0 'and-James?Hes5ler,'.S-6.. · . '' Richardson and Charles Vos- at -Laporle; -Frederick, at -Johns- ." .town. ' " ' ' ' , - ! ' - ' . -.-' -'. Ja'n. 'e^Platteville at'. Kersey; iult at Frederick; .Johnslowniat . yiggjns. 'Jan. 13--Kersey at Johns-. ' '. own"; Liipo'rlo'at Ault; Fi'ederjck t Plaltoville.'Jan. 17--Wiggins.'it'- 0 : jBDortc;-'Johnstown at Platle'yilla; ? Ault at Kersey'. . t .-i : ·-.'-.: ,-'--f * Jan. 20--Laporle at Frederick; : ' Kersey at Wiggins; Plalteyllle; it · '-.. · Ault. Jan. 27--Johnstown'-''at;La- - porlej' Wiggins at Ault';: Kersey; at' Frederick.- Jan. 31--Laporle..» at. ·· Platteville; Frederick »t'.Wiggins; A'ult at Johnstown. '. ."''..; ..' i .". ''Feb."S--Plaltoville at .Wiggins; - Lanorlc-at Kersey;' Frederick. Feb. 10^-Kersey ; at'- Plallev'llle; . Frederick ." at Aulti,' Wiggins-at Johnstown. Feb.; 14---' Johnstown at Kersey;. Ault .at La- ... porto; Platteville at Frederick.:. . Feb. 17--Lapbrtc at Wiggins; Platfevllle at-Johnstown; Kersey. at Ault.'iFeb^.21--Wiggins at Ker-. : sey. ..'Fcb.'V 21--Frederick at La- p'ortcj. Ault'.at.;Platleville. Mar, *' --Johnstown tt Ault. ' · ' . Goimfiiiiee Urges Law To Protetf Wildlife on Upper Colo. Basin -formation offense - and. hiic' com- licated defensive formationi. .'^Dartnipulh developed a lot during, the season and much i of. it ould have - been 'dont ' in-- the pring," Blackman says in' looking b a c k - o n ; a season. which 'law nly-three victories against six defeats. ' . . '- ' '. "The banning of spring workouli i fair enough when all teams -in he league''arji .restricted, .but it T)ak« a cpach'i job"-that'- much .ardor."' " · ' . ' · ' · . ' : '.-'r Blackman shlei away bom mak- ng any overall comparison' of the »rand of football'in the Ivy'Le'ague and .Oie Skyline - Conference.. Hovv- ev«r, he' say» the bah;on spring practice hurts th* quality of fool- tall.- .-'· - . .. ; He adds lhal Yale "would compare well" with teams' in the Sky- ine Conference. The Elis, 'SM'-O vic- ors over Dartmouth, finished with a 7-2 t mark, Iheir only Ivy setback King a 13-0 upset loss to Princeton. They also lost to Colgate. ·· Blackmsc sUo was hurt by « series of injuries to key players. But except for the Yale game, his forces didn't lose by a big margin. The' other losses were 21-20 to Colgate, 29-21'to Hbly.Crott, 7^) to Brown, 21-13 to Lafayette and, in the season's finale,- 6-3 to cahm- pion Princeton. '- · .- 'Alter four straight losses, Dartmouth began to click ind won three of its las' fiy« gamej. -. ,;. . . 'Next season could be . differtpt story^ Returning players wil| have a : knowledge of Blackraan'f itylt of play. And · of no minor impor- lanc« .will be reporting of several finY piayeri from the 1955 undefeated Dartmouth frerimait . the playing rules "committee were not considered because'.they , already, had been., defeated by. the minors.- . . ' ' .', '. . '. 'Another suggestion for an inter- league schedule with games count' ' ' '-" ing' 'in." the drawn. standings was with- Changes in the method of pulling players on the disabled list and a suggestion lo permit bonus players to be optioned out lo the minors but still count under the player limit! were defeated. A :proposal for'two free-trading days in July and August'after the June 15 .deadline was withdrawn. Trappidg'Is Affecjed ..'.' By November Freeze .-.'.· Tht fra'pping of Colorado' fur- bearing animals, especially mus- kraf, beaver and others that inhabit wafer," was seriously affected by the freeze-up that accompanied .the zero weather which struck this slale during November. A Dean Coleman, superintendent of the Colorado Game and Fish department's Fur division, has disclosed. · ' .' ' · . , Coleman said the freeze-up virtually hailed muskrat trapping-in the lower'elevations -- especially the Sari Luis and'South Plait- valleys -- and wiil interfere with the trapping of muskrats by farm.boyi during the winter. Beaver and raccoon were affected lo a lesser ex- lent and other'fur-bearers, such as marten, weasel, mink_a.nd foxes, were not affected at all. : · - ]env«r fur dealers 'wy that prices cm muskrat, mink and mar- fen' dill"are .holding .up well, with a strong demand for Colorado mus- krit and beaver. The prices on b«e1(«r roll, Aspen; and. Dave Climax, Colo., of 'the SALT LAKE. CITY [ft -- The National Ski Assn. Monday'named 20 promising." young skiers fronv around the nation to undergo intensive training this winter at Colorado's rugged Aspen slopes, high in the Hocky Mountains. -. -. ^e Alpine training camp often leads to -'Olympic' team selection, Dic'k Movifz of Salt Lake City, former'-.U." S. Olympic skier and chairman of the association's- le- Icclion committee, said the 12 men selected were: ·Frank Brown and David Bulls, both of McCall, Idaho, and Byron Dickinson of Seattle, all from the Pacific Northwest Ski Assn.; Spence'Eccles of Ogden, Utah,-In-1 lermounlain Ski Assn.; Max Ma-1 Gorsuch, Southern Rocky Mountain Ski Assn. ' Lewjs Fellows and Ken Lloyd, Mammoth, .Calif., of the Far West Ski' Assn.; and Dave Harwood, Hanover, . N'. H., Bruce Leavitt, Franconia, N. H., and Bill Woods, Stowe, Vt., ill of the Eastern Ski A's»n. ; ' .. . .' . -The girls' team is: Beverly An-, derso'n, Mulan, Idaho, . Pacific Northwest Ski Assn.; Jackie Davenport and Ann Roberts, Los Aagelef, Calif., of the Far West Ski Assn.; Jane Moore, Asp'en, Southern Rocky -Mountain 'Ski Assn.; Nora Foley, Houton, Mich., Central Ski Assn.; and Kathy Cox, Stowc, Vt., Sally Do.ver, North Coriway, .N. H. and Joan Hannah, Franconia, N. H. of the Eastern Ski Assn. , . Former Olympic skier Dave Lawrence of Steamboat Springs, Colo, will coach the young men's team, and Gale Spence, Aspen, will coach the girls. ' The school runs Dec. 18 : Jan. 7. WASHINGTON (JB --'An Interior Dept. committee favors legislation to make sure the. proposed Up- er Colorado River Storage Project does it not encroach on a national- park or federal wildlife area. The department's advisory com- mitleedn,conservation, headed by Beslor Robinson of Oakland, Calif., urged' Friday that J".ls for the proposed project ' be amended along those , - '. Robinson told reporters the committee will commend Secretary of the Interior McKay for his decision this week to drop the controversial Echo Park x Dam .from the project. -. Echo Park Dam .would have been located on the Green' River in Colorado, within the boundaries of Dinosaur National. Monument. It'hai been opposed by conservation groups. ·-· . - .'·,,.. . . . - ' · The Senate this. year, passed a bill to authorize th'« bUiiph-tfollar multiple Ipurpose .project, including Echo Park Dam. The-HouM Interior. Committte .approved' an authoriiation bill, with. Echo. Park, ,. - . - - - -. · -.- . _ : - . - . = · Robinion added it'.wai the opinion of the advisory committee that the pending legislation 'ihould-bs amended lo con(ain . languiige saying in substance that no 1 dam or reservo|r authorized by it shall be constructed in whole or In part in *ny national park, national monument, wildlife refuge, or wilderness area established under federal law. .' , "BEST BUY" S E R V I C E SPECIAL SAVE MO.OO...DRIVE IN SAFETY THIS FALL WINTER and lynx pelts are still low and not many of these are being.trapped Coleman s a i d - t h e trapping ,of raccoon has fa'pertd off ' lalely, lince the demand for raccoon taiU for Davy Crockelt' coslumes has waned. . .- . He .said (hat '189 landowners so far this year have taken out permits lo trap beaver on their own l a n d - - · · - - - · · , · · · We Need Used SO WITH US THIS DECEMBER 45-Hew Plymouths and Chryslers In »tock or on th« way from th« fac- ranging from $1,997 to WE WILL tory,. GIVE $ 2 I I I Above The Top RefaM.Price for good cl«an lr«d«-in · W« Will PAY ALL 1956 Tax** on your N«w Car! WICKLAND MOTORS YOUR CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH OPEN EVENINGS ftl? 7th Str*«t Phon«» 2M4-1352 BRAKE JOB Here's What We Do ..,,,- I, Rtnw'v*'Front VVneeii-qnil Inipicl Brokt Pruriit ohd lining'. 1 ' · t, Clion, Inipicl arid tipMffienf liar'' REGULAR J. jnlpcef Orta'i* t»ols,' ------.t^---- . ' 4. Chiek end Add Broke fluid If N**4eA ^--1,, 5. AJ|oH 8rok« thM» to Secure Full ConloctWI* WHEEL ALIGNMENT Here's What We Do . . . . 1, Cof/*ct CaiTtr. . · S. CoffKl Comber. . ( I. Correct Tot-In and Toe-out. · , (Abovt art chief cauMl of llr* w«orj 4. Inijxtt, TlghKr), Adjuil SXirlng. · IGUtAR COST 7 5 -° WHEEL BALANCE Here's What We Do . . . 1, Pr*clsl«n Dynomlc Balance 2. Prttlllon Static Boldnc*. . S. Inifall ntciiiary weighlt. REGULAK COST 8- Firestone Store Sth Av«. at 12th St. Phon* 48M ,4,

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