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^itL^ISlSl^lWJS'!?^ 1)62-63 Northern Conference bu tetball chftspiscshi;. They did it Saturday night b, displaying a quick maneuvering driving offense and tenacious defense. Of course, this i» typ cal of Greeley teams, but Saiur day against Denver George Wash ington. the Wildcats were partfc ularly devastating. Greeley staved off a couuli Pa | Deaths and Funeralg «3-53 victory. It was the final tuneup game for Creeley. The Wildcats will take a 2-0 record into Northern Conference play this Friday at Englewood. Although both teams ,, some early season roughness, the game was played spirtedly to the very end. Robin Weathers hit a 2-handed shot from 25 feet out to end the lively scoring as the buzz er sounded. Weathers and another reserve Tom Doctor typified the all-out efforts of the Wildcats. Weathers scored two field goals in the final period, and Doctor drove in for three layup baskets during the period. Two of Doctor's last two baskets B A · Bears Again, 73-69 PORTALK. N.M. - Colorado «State CoUeje rtnx doa agaii ** r lj r -- -- -- -Saturday here, but not cte Urwfk tht tint h**T, M-U. trtinpti emufh as Ea*t*n New Mexico Big Jok* Bijekw. Woot-7 esst- '-"· '--' ' ' " - ' - ' l*r for the Greyhounds, *c*r*d O points In the first half. low was replaced by 0«ry alto Hoot-7. it th* MOMd mvELL Mrs. Etta Belle Fewell of Oiford. Nebraska, formerly ot Briggsdale. Mother of Byron Jenkins of Brlggs- '·:· dale, Orin Jenkini ot Denver. Burdette Jenkini of Englewood, Mrs. Haiel Glenn or Red Feather, Mrs. Alice Johnson of Brlggi- dale, and Doyle Jenkins ot . -. La Halle. Also survived by 20 grandchildren and 19 - - · great-grandchildren. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday at -,"· Adamson Memorial Chapel. ,.; Interment Eaton Cemetery. 'SERGENRKDER Mrs. Katherlna Hergtn- reder of 111 13th Street. Mother of Carl and Herman Hergenreder, both ot Greeley, Jacob Hergenrei- ..;.-· »r of Denver and Mrs. Ber- ·'-':· tha Welmer of K*ftey. Al- · ': 10 survived by s e v e n : ·'· grandchildren. Services i :;:' P.m. Wednesday St. Paul'i '· Congregational Church, li: · terment Linn Grove. TALBERT '·':'·: Joaso L. Talbert. Plattt- ;' : :\ ville. Husband of Mri. Hel- ''.'.[' en Swarta, Hundton. Ft- v ther ot Larry, LeRoy, Jan- Ice, Churlea, Bonnie, and V Eugene Ttlbert all of Platteville. Son of Wheeler : H. Talbert, Ollcrett. Broth- ··: er of Freemen Ttlbert, Ault; Harold Ttlbert, Deri. by; Mrs. Nora, Korgan, Gil^ creit; Mrs. Dtlsy Glover, £·.[ Ft. Lupton; Mils Jose' phlne Talbert, Edgewaler. Also survived by two grandchildren. Sen-Ices 2 p.m. Tuesday, Plattevllle Methodist Church. · Northern Boxts · Avnri (t2) rheibler Wiite rlckion lies elpton alker urtz ichneider )eckard offett ussmaa Crttk «t (5J) Sudholt ampbell ohnson ndo Oliver Eidey larr ralg Undsey Hlliamt last Unhmd fewton Flanders Crawford 'tz'nb'er Erfert Wagner Saver Carr Irani : BURSCOUGH ; Guy E. Buricough of 2200 »In St. Senrlcea 11:30 a.m. T u e s d a y from Macys : Drawing r o o m . Military honors at Ltun Grove by Victor Candlin Post No. 18, American Legion. ;.'.CANCHOLA '- ·" Mri. JusniU Canchola of 1022 1st St. Prayer serv- . ,' : ice 7:30 p.m. Monday from ';';;;; Macys Drawing R o o m . ;jij! . Servtcei 10 a.m. Tuwday ii:;; :.; from Macyi D r a w i n g : |ji; Room. Interment L i n n nii-J?. Grove. · DUMLBR . ' Phillip Dumler of 1213 4th Ave. Huiband of Mri. Eva Dumler. Fitner of Paul, · August, and Ben Dumler : and Mrs. Lydia Allen, all of Greeley, Henry Dumler of Bakersfleld. Calif., Fred Dumler ot Denver, William Dumler of Ft, Collins, and : Mrs. Molly Bernhart of \ Loveland. Services 2 p.m. I Thursday from St. Paul's Congregational C h u r c h j Interment Linn Grova. | SCHMIDT | Mrs. Elizabeth Schmidt of 1 700 5th Ave. Services 2 ! p.m. Tuesday from St. i Paul's C o n g r e g a t i o n a l i i,; Church. Interment Linn 1 '," Grove. ·' WAHRBN j ,;, Teresa Earlene Warren, in :· '· fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Warren of Rt. 3 ': Siiter of Debera Carol ani! · Mark Allen Warren el '.. , . home. Granddaughter ol _;...-, Mrs. Mamie Stoll of Gree :V : :;.-; ley and H. E. Brown o: .-"'··:. Casper. Graveside servicei ;;i;.-': were held at Linn Grove. Lundien and Son Kort Lupton, Colo, .·'-.:· George I. Ibuta ot Kr ; r : : -.' : . Lupton. Husband of Sa '-I:!;' Ihntn. W.T'KR and funcra ::·:·'; nervires. Monday. S p.m., ''.':·' I'''-- Lupton H i] d rl h i s t ' '·'·':'· Church, imernrenl Tiien- ·:·:';: day, 10 a.m., H i l l s i d e Cemetery, fort Lupton. G F 2 Marshall 1 0 Reynolds 1 1 Baylis 1 1 Mills 0 4 Rooney 3 J Fraser 4 4 Carley Z 2 Larsen 2110 the field goals came in the tint Although Greeley led virtually "*«· »«.*-.* fw** t.uta*v ui uic Ui*K 1VM, £diuig UU1J I I . r ' WHY U l W * period as Greeley bolted ahead ley c*t vary line points to the s«c- ' In* the (Ml R. **, all the game, George Washington 15-11. The game's top scorer Dick ood peritd in a S*-C victory ever " drew within four points of Gree- ed three field goals each in the Behind Utatooth Greeky's tew- ley in the second period and again ing wzs weli distributed in the fourth period, just prior Daryl Brumley scoring 11. Weatn- a AS i*re*a««e Mk bul- dropped the Bean for the , , ; " «.«;. V1W1HCT 3^V11U( II, IVCKU* goals m the second half, eight fa ers 11, Rothman i« aod Doctor I. but straight time, 7M». Greeley's field goal shooting was Brumley M the Grerity refaoW a* W««t*r« l«* u. the The Greyhound* hit 17 p«r etnt of their shots from the fitM whik Bar, had a hetto ai»ht th« Gilbert Ratliff . Deihl .. Johnson Webb .. Smith . Connelly Arthur Wagoner 11 11 14 U-U Rogeri U 11 IT 17-41 Army Licks Wounds Army hasn't had quite t h i s much trouble with u individual since the hey-day of Sitlnj Bull. And while the Black Knbjhts of Hudson consider the unoleas- 1 Bernard 0 Renaud 3 8 15 . II 11 15 ll-i: .. I 13 4 t-31 Leveland (43) C F G F 3 0 Bromley 0 1 Anderson 3 2 Fentiman 1 2 May 1 0 Ramirez 4 0 Woods 0 1 Sutton 5 2 Wells 0 1 5 0 23 9 (4t) Ciiwi G F 5 3 Vance 5 1 Claflin 0 1 D. Wilson 1 0 Opchurch 5 5 Bosco 1 1 Smith 1 0 B. Wilson 1 0 Wentz 0 0 Spallman 19 11 City 18 14 ... 12 10 Jl 7--« .. It It 3 12-M Ft. Celllns (51) Central (H) Gallegos Wayt Stoner lobinson Walters Bates G F 5 0 Rayko 4 5 Gish 0 0 Shear 8 9 Davis 1 0 Price 1 0 Rii"p]] Van Pelt 19 14 G F 3 6 4 3 2 3 3 3 10 0 0 1526 ... Cellini II Kit 10-52 Cheyenne Central 17 11 11 U-H KYOifSiaTes Program on Grid Injuries "What are injuries doing t ootball;" will be answered at . p.m. Monday on radio station KYOU. Jim Teilborg will moderate th irogram which features Colorad State College Coach Joe Lindah and Greeley High Coach Bob Ku a, who will discuss the subject TSe winairs off I* *· Of Straubach Battle AuecMW Frees Sfifts WrOtr for the major bowls: TOO HOT TO HANDLE seems to be the expressions on the faces of Greeley's Joel Rothman (32) and Denver George Washington's 6-foot-8 center Dale Schleuter as they struggle for a rebound during Saturday's game at GHS. Converging on the play are Grwley'i Tom Doctor and Patriot Tom Asbury (right). Gteeley ' employed a successful fast break game to defeat the Patriots, 63-53, for Its second win of the season. Tribune photo by Paul Moloney. Galeton Wins Columbine Basketball Tournament WELDONA - Galcton's Indians In the other championship semi- nd HlllroM downed New Ray- dlUrflaV SWent In thpir SdpnnH t- , _ ' aturday swept to their second uccessive Columbine Invitational lasketball championship by beat- ng host Weldona, 65-35, here. It was a comparatively easy ·iumph for Galeton, which pre- eded the Weldona victory with 65-39 win over Grover and a 4-36 triumph over Briggsdale. In the other games Saturday, tan defeated Grover, 57-34, for bird place and Briggsdale downed Hillrosc, 43-27, for tht conio- ation crown NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRES! W L T Pts. GF G Chicago 11 7 6 28 65 I Toronto 12 9 2 26 73 I Detroit 11 6 4 26 51 · Montreal JO 6 « 26 67 57 New York 8 13 2 13 C8 7! Boston .. Saturday's Results Montreal 2, Chicago 1 Toronto 8, Boston 2 Sunday's Results Montreal 3, Boston 0 Toronto 3. Detroit 1 Chicago 5. New York 1 Today's Gtmes No games scheduled. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled. Joseph 41, Lupton 40 DENVER - St. Joseph's High School erased a 7-point deficit in he final four minutes Saturda to nip Fort Lupton, 41-40. The Bluedevils were dealt Dlov at the beginning of the con test when 6-foot-3 Ron Schuyler tripped and fell hard on the St. Joseph tile floor. Schuyler had to r have seven stitches taken in the /, back of his head. The Bluc'jcvils gained a 38-31 _ ,, .. lead behind the shooting ot Larry 2 13 6 10 53 86 Johnson and Don Fcters. St. Joseph won the B-game, 41- game, Weldona nipped »iunn, 36-35, in the most thrilling ontest of the tournament. With only a few minutes left to play, Nunn held a 5-point lead. However, Bill Pugh scored two bas- tets to narrow the gap to one point. Then with two seconds to go, 'ugh -was fouled and given a 1- and-1 free throw shooting opportunity. He hit both to give Weldona the victory. In consolation semi-final games, Briggsdale defeated Snyder, 52-43, icr, 46-36. SEMI-FINALS WeMem (M) Nunn (U) G F rlagruder 3 5 L. Goe'sch 0 0 Srandl 3 Pugh 4 lopp 2 Olson o 'arachini 1 Velasquez 1 0 Taylor tichardson 0 CHAMPIONSHIP WeMona (15) Cileton (is) Magrudcr Brandt Pugh Bopp Olscn Parachini Taylor 33. Ff. Lupton (40) St. Joseph (41) G F G F 0 OErlcl 3 3 Treviito Kc'lcrs Schuyler | Johnston Kirkmcycr o 5 M. L'is'ring 0 .1 OChrit'nscn 3 0 0 Cahsirly 4 4 3 J. Li.s'ring 5 G F 6 2 Carlson 3 1 Engcl 1 2 Suppcs 0 0 Mojiea 1 0 Ivcrson 1 0 Parker 1 0 Cecil 1 2 Sheets Richlcr Swank G F 9 3 3 0 7 0 4 1 0 0 0 14 7 Weldona Galeton 27 1 811 I t-3 17 51 17 10-4 THIRD PLACE Grover (34) Nunn (57) G F G F ERICKSON'S tor Flowers prospect of facin( Navy's oily Roger SUubach for two nort seasons, tht nstion'i Ktnltr coll«|e football teami today let their sl|bts on mcr. irn- imdiate goals-the pok season lowl clasiici. All but a couple of toots (re Uled in the bowl line-up, and the major bit of unfinished business the selection of a national hamplon, to be named hi this week's final poll. Mighty Southern California all ut clinched It In an impreiiive 25-0 rout of Notre Dame Saturday in the final weekend of th* r*gu- ar season. The Trojans went into t with the No. 1 rating In the country and came out with their irtt perfect teason in 30 years, M. And, while the Irish were going own fighting, Army took i 34-1' acln| from Navy ind the Mid G F 0 Bellmore 3 Jacobson 0 Thome 0 Obenchain 0 Collicott 0 Harrold o Hamilton 0 Delhi Sidwell Wininger l 0 4 2 0 14 8 M'Willlams 0 0 14 7 . 11 7 » Grover (If) Galtttn (M) G F G F Smith 0 2 Carlson 4 1 R. Sor'sen 8 1 Engel 2 Anderson 0 0 Suppes 4 M. Mar'nez 2 0 Mojiea 3 Smock 2 OBuckcndorf 1 Hoth 2 0 Iverson Eggleslon 2 0 Parker R. Mar'nez 0 0 Cecil Davies 2 0 Sheets E. Sor'sen 0 0 Richlcr McCurry 0 0 18 3 Grovtr C-tliton Riymer Smilli 2 5 L. Gne'sch 0 . Anderson I 0 Bcllmore 3 M. Mar'ncz 0 n Jacobson 0 Smock 1 1 Thnrnc 3 1 Wcilzel Itolh 1 0 Ob'nchain 12 3 Egglcslun 4 3 Colliciitl 0 0 li. Mar'ncz 3 1 Harrold 3 3 Davies o n Hamilton t o E. Stir'«pn o 0 Dichl 0 (l McCurry 0 0 Simvcll 1 Wininpcr 23 10 4 15 1»-J 2] 13 K 14-4 (») Hillrosi G F Frilz 0'H.ira Mcrtriis Pnush (*) N. G lies' pirate-bold young itaubach. leader Preiident Kennedy, a crowd of half who (attend 1) nbouHii iod Kofcd wvra points. Tht Been, trailini 7*-M with 4:M left ill tht contnt, raM Ft M MT. U) close the gap to 71-H wtt* on 4 minute left. The Greyhound* tha land tUU- 1 iaf Uclicf that ctuttd UK rr«r- I anxious Bears to foul, {ivinf 4 ENMU its final point of th* gam*. I In the two farm terie* with 14 EatUrn, the Beart never M ki 10 the scoring. Craig Smith topped th* Bean ta . scoring with 14 points iolloirttl 7 by Birr Connelly with 10 tod Jim I Gilbert with nine. Bit Gneft, t guard for CSC, left with the team Thursday (or PorUles, but forgot his uniform. It was mailed to him sod ht puiyed Saturday nifht. Ault Strikes Quick to Beat Eaton, 55-37 EATON - Paced by Dunt Bidding and J«k« Hey*, the Ault BMrcati sored i HIT *jo lory Saturday nijht trer Eaton her.. Meyer scored thru (kid |Mlt _od Bickling two is Ault wnt ahead 104) In the early starlet of -- -- -- TMrv»TM tv-v MI *»* ciuij fimufcm in That gave the foUowinf, line-up th * «""*· Eatm finally develop- w I»L_ *M.1» im.. I. mA .. CAnrina iiltii/\r Kill tW* ISISSHIA DM. II Gotham, New York - Mlun! 7-3) vi. probably Boston College 1-2) or TCU (M), Liberty, Philadelphia - Villa- ·ova (7-1) vs. Oregon Matt (M). DM, a Bluebonnet, Houston -- Georgia Tech (7-2-1) vi. Missouri (7-M). Tangerine, Orlando, FIs. - Miami, Ohio (IM) vs. Houston M). · DM. 1* Gator, Jacksonville, Fls.-Penn *«t« iu vs. undecided. National Trophy, Washington, D.C. - undecided. Sun, El Paw. Tex.-Weit T*ta* State (1-2) vi. Ohio U. (M). JH. 1 Host, Paiadena, CaW.-Soulh- *rn California UO-0) vs. Wisconsin H). Cotton, Dallas - Texai (9-0-1) VI. Louisiana Stale iJ-1-1). Sugar, New Orleans-Arkansas (1-1) vi. Mississippi (Mi ed . scoring attack but the tsvue had already been settled. Elton won th* B-gamt, JJ-J3. Orange, Miami -- Oklahoma Saturday night here (1-2) vi. Alabama (H), Sports Notes .·MM (I?) OF « F 7 1 Ortiz 1 7 SNlcholsoi ISprlOfitoa 1 Nelson 0 Adamt 0 Bates IBruta IBass Beede D. Blehm Kindsfater Helur II17 11 T At* !7 111113-11 »1J « »-37 (M) BlcUint; Meyer Muteraon G. Broyles Steel. L. Broylei Woodi Simpson Iruth 50, Yumo 35 BRUSH-Paced by Bob SmHh'i M points, the defending State Class A champion Brush Beet- difjeri defeated Yuma, SO-3S, In the B-game, Yuma won 47-M. Yumt (II) Brush (M) 6 F O F I 1 Smith 11 6 LUANDA, Angola (AP) - Bel- for two touch down, pan for two more and eminently bewilder Army's de- cndcrs, including the Cadets' fa- ecord fourth itralght Navy vic- ory In the servlc. claulc. National powers Alabama and Mississippi wound up their sea- ons and, as expected, immediately accepted bowl bids. Alabama went into the Orange after a 384 rout of Auburn and Mississippi accepted a bid to the Sugar per hour. NEWTON, Mass. (AP!-Jesse iuilford, National Amateur golf ·hamplon in 1921, died Saturday tight at the age of M. Guilford was the first amateur ever to win the Massachusetts Open, capturing Ihe title In 1919. edge over Weldeni 5 U 7 11--U after closing Its first perfect He also was a three-time winner -'"· "· -'- of the Massachusttti Amaleur championship. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)-Coach Vayne Hardin called Navy's 34-H season with a 134 Mississippi State. Miami of Florida nipped Florida 17-15 and wen! into the Gotham Bowl. Oklahoma, which already tad a spot in the Orange, won its seventh straight, J74 over Okla- loma State. of the greatest team victories I've rousing rally EogUi 43, Lyoni 28 LYONS -- Wellington used ! half court press to set up num erous boskets en route to a 43-28 _ win over Lyons Saturday here. The winners roke from an S4 deadlock in the first quarter to assiimt a 19-H half-time advant age behind the shooting of Fx ever seen" nt Sunday night. He said despite / .P / Schneidcr 3 Giauque n ;. dark 1 K. Walker 12 2 0 Hernandez 3 2 0 Fons 0 0 M'Willidins 0 I Fiims I) 0 1,. Tramp 0 0 0 0 0 0 Flowers Telegraphed We tend floweri anywhere . . , ra telegraph fUwtn simply coll: 352-1931 12 10 22 II t 11 10 7-31 15 15 13 I4~S; CONSOLATION Briggsdale (43) Hillrosi (27) 16 New Raymer Hillres* MONUMENTS and MARKERS 60 Years ot Le«dtr«hlD In Grintte and Bronze Monument! OPEN S U N O A Y S by A p p o i n t m e n t Hal|ih M . p H W r r GREELEY MONUMENT CO. 1H15 7th Ave. Miixlcr lionncll Washtjurn (·ass Frpcm;in Sicrrhim Cifforrl hie li'KlkflTII Van D u n G F n 0 St hncidcr 0 (i (;inttf|iji! 4 1 (.'lark 1 nw.-ilkcr 1 0 Hcrnnnfiez li 1 Ki«s .) *i l,. Tiyitlp 5 2 Vp.M|iie2 0 0 Rriii; l h. ; )it 3 ) p. Trsmp Scliacffi* G F 0 n o 2 3 0 o n n a n a Brunkhart I 1 . Trump Sch.-iclcr Thomson and Hich tjhrich. The Eagles then amassed . iwints in the second half while Lyons could only gel 14 to win the opening basketball gome be twecn Ihe two schools. The winners hit 11 o( 19 free throws while Lyons lilt four of 12 attempts. Karrcn Elwood topped the losers both in Kcorln;; nnrt in rebounding Elwood scored II points. 20 6 » 12 t »-36 9 11 11 14--44 0 "j The high scoring honors wcr [divided between Tomson Brigjid.l. (52) Snyd.r (41) n.-ixler Bonncll Washburn l.'ass Kreem;:n Scrmaii Gilford G f 0 OHakcr 0 OAmack Ui li iHlllron Van Dorn 1 Amshcrry 0 Williams 0 KIIKIIS 4 Pftnfon 0 Houston 0 Kumke G F fi 7 0 4 U/riih for the winners. Tomson had 16 while Ullrich hhcl 12. Lyon. won the Bgnme. 38-11 Willinfton (43) Lyens (M) II 0 It lt-43 Srtjj.d.l. $ I J-J7SflY«V 20 12 12 W » II 11 11-Sl 7 14 11 11-43 Tomson Snyder Wirlch Nix Thimming Eyestont Matncy Jordon G F 7 2 Ward 2 2.N'orthway 4 4 Tabor 0 OEIwoort 0 2 Rra-kctt 0 0 Morgan 3 0 (ioranson 0 1 Rlbble Schrll WHIbom ifth Angola Grand Prix automo- ills rice over a 300-kilometer 1W.4 miles) course. Bitnchi covered the course at McCall Sewell Mitchell Ellis Hathaway Twell R. Chandler 2 o Amsbtrry Gisi Good Johnston Hkkman r . - injii ijunuu icaa a football triumph over Army "one ,, m ,, ^ ,,,,,, 0 OVan Dycke 0 1 Skinner 0 0 Mills 1 ISwInson 0 0 Stoops 0 OWofford 2 1 T. Chandler 0 0 Wolfe 0 0 Armstrong Howlett IS S B t f um« 1 U 111-15 ·ruth 11 14 U 7-4» WC 56, Louitvillt 22 HUDSON - The Weld Central Rebels held 'xmisvllle to on* field goal In th. first period then cout- od to l 56-22 victory Saturdty night here. The Rebels jumped t* * IM first period lead and expanded It the rough Louisville won the B-game, 49-1. Uulsvlll* (21) Wild (U) uiocks in a season In which the Middles finished 5-5. "They never lost faith in themselves and they proved it Saturday." MANILA (API-Pete McCnf. (cry,'former St. I/oulj University star, paced a U.S. AH-Star team to a 90-73 victory over Spain Sunday in Its first game of an international baikctbitll tournament here, TORONTO (AP).-Winnipcg officially won Ihe Grey Cup, symbolic of the Canadian professional football championship, by conv plcting it* (oR-intcrruptcd 28-27 thriller over Hamilton Sunday. A dense foe had forced postponement of the balance nf the game Saturday wilh 9 minutes. 29 seconds remaining Canadian Football league Commissioner Sydney Halter ordered the balance nf the contest (o be played Sunday. No scoring resulted In Sunday's Tcsone Mrjllkar Lastoka Poydok Hogg G F 10 j ni2 Leulsvlll* 1 4 eli-JI Wtid Ctnlral . . . . U 17 11 l-St G 2 3 I 0 0 . completion. Winnipeg Hamilton 0 21 7 0-28 B 13 8 0-27 ALTA, Utah 'AP)-The Univer 4 3 pity of Utah's Frithjof PrynV 0 0 jumped IN) and 174 (eel Sunday lo ' " 0-wln the annual Ijuides mcmiiri; 0 Ojski jumpitic championship. 1 0| Pryilz. a Irc.shman at iMah v.lw |r ,, p 0|hails from Norway, pickw) up 140.5rhm lltlad 0 Marlines 0 Hopkins 1 Norlyuql 0 Pnstelak Wagner Bollen Wfhrmnn Reagan Young Scheld Osborn « F « 0 4 0 4 C Lafoy.tti Wini, 41-29 BOULDER - Utayelte defeated Kairview 41-29 in * nigged basketball game Saturday her*. Forty-two fouls wore called In the Rnmr and the Bobcats m»dt the most use ot tliem, hittinR XI points via the .free throw lanes. Fairvlcw had as many opportunities, but made only five rfiolj. Ron Killion hit il-for-11 «t the free throw Inncs and wound up with high point honors. . Lafayette also won the B-ganw, ^ MM. rtlTil hlrMIM p'.ttiipr Bnh HtlllT In MiiriM Ilmlifri Iw t»ttxA Mte. fi 5'form points. lr«t 111 14 1»-41 frw Itnce al the Florida racr . 1 4 1 t-a tricks tki* witVt*.-. More Sports I On Pages 7 14

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