Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 4, 1962 · Page 18
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LA Rams Terry Ba CHlCUiO (APi-The last plai xs Angeles Kams pounced v ferry Baker. Oregon Stale's fine quarterback and Herman Troph ·'inner, as th? No. i pick in Mun lay's draft of coll"giuns by th ^latioual Foo'b.ill League. In .sharp contrast to the riva American Foutbal 1 League, whose San Diego Outers did not selec iaker until the 12th roi'nd. th Jams quicklv chore the 6-foot- 93-poLmd senior from Portlaix 3re.. who 'hrew 15 tot'chdow passes and Rained 2.S76 yards th year. AFL'* thinking reportedl »'as lhat Baker maj prefer t play in the NFL or Canada. Baker has .ndicatcd he want o play pro ball but he still l,a I game to play again.-! Villanov in the Liberty Bowl at Philadc shia Dec. IS as well as the has ;etball season. Elroy Hirsch, general manage f the Rams, said he talked to Baker about 10 days ago and was old he was interested in playing n the NFL. However, Baker also ias a fat offer from Canada, re- wrtedly for $100.000, and could ign with the AFL. It took the NFL brass 3 hours, 3 minutes to complete the firs ound of 14 players on its way o the final total of 280 players n 20 rounds. Of course, any boy s free to sign with the NFL, AF. J.S., Canada First in World lage Tourney MANILA 'API The United tales joined Canada in first lace in team standings by heal ng Puerto Rico 79-60 in the In- ernational Basketball Tourna- ncnt liere Monday night. In the first game of the eve- ling Nationalist China breezed ast an inexperienced but game Australian quintet, 72-62, after tading 36-21 at halftime. The strong U.S. team, favorites « win the 7-nation tournamen )tiug held at (lie Araneta Col wum in nearby Quezon City, ha ittle trouble in turning back th Puerto Ricans. Sharpshooter Dennis Boone, wh was the U.S. top scorer with 1 »ints, scored the first basket o fa evening. And after the scoi lee-sawed 2-all, 4-2 for the U.S and 4-all, the Americans surge ihead and never allowed th Puerto Ricans to catch up. Deaths and Funerals /BiW?!^ I^^^K/aSS? ADAMS Mrs. Lydia C. Adams, 1817 12th St. Mother of Mrs Earl E. (Mildred) Ely ot Greeley, and grandmother of Mrs. Douglas (Sandra) Howard ot Eaton; and Sharon Ely ot Greeley, sister of Mrs. Ed (Mae) Kel- °§K, Greelev; and Mrs Walter (Maude) Davis, Lyman, Nebr. Services 10:30 a.m. T h u r s d a y , AdaniBon Memorial Chapel. Interment Linn Grove. GREE.V Edward I,. Green of Ciree- ley Nursing Home. Father of Chester and K a m i e Green, both of Ault, .Mrs Clyde ( M y r l e ) Woodland, Robert Green, and Brenen Green, all of Laramie. »yo., Orville Green of Eaton. Cordus Green of Salt Lake City. U t a h Archie G r e e n a n d M r s Clinton (Lois) Brown, both of Denver. Wilfred Green Richard Green and Mrs. Harold (Agnes) Cowan, all nf Greeley, Mrs. Harlon I B r m a t Cowan of Grand .Junction. Also survived hv nineteen g r a n d c h i l d r e n and t w e n t y ercat-grand Hillarcn. Services -2 n.m Thursday. First Tiantist Church of Anil, Interment Eaton. HERGENREDEIt Mrs. Katherina Hersrn reder of 311 13th street Mother of Carl and Her man Hergenreder. !otn o Greeley. Jacob llergenred er of Denver snd Mrs. Bar tlia Welmer of Keroey. Al grandchildren. Services p.m. Wednesday St. Paul' Congregational Church. In ferment. Linn Grovp. TH'MI.KH r i i l l l l j i I n i m l c r (if I'JI.i !l .Uv. S^rviijeK 2 |i. n Thiir.iilay from St. Paul' Congregational Churdi. M terment Linn Grovp. Skyscene FLOWER RANCH · P h n t l · A r r a n g e m e n t l A · »»»·,'» 1 ?41S 1911. Avt. 1 353 154 5 1 Owner. Mirold Adr.oek · Pick Qui ker in NF or Canada. This draft nwrvlv certified oegotiating ri»hts in the NFL. Jim Lee Howell, former hea( coach of the New York Giants and now their chief scout, said the selections were naming true to orm, following his list almosl man for man. In tlic first round there were only three backs and tliree ends, tut eight interior linemen. Six ol he first round draftees playec in the Big 1'en. five in Ihe Southeastern Conference and two on the 'acilic Coast. Dave Robinson, I'er.n State end selected by the champion Geen Bay Packers, was the oniy Easterner. Tiie draft was restricted to seniors or to whos t original college class graduates next spri."-. The long list of draftees did not include some c-f the big name seniors of )%· who already had been licked last year as "futures" because their original class graduated. Among these was Sonny iibbs. the 6-7, 230-pound Texas ;hristian quarterback, picked bv the Dallas Cowboys. Other well known futures were quarterback Glynn Griffin" of Mississippi, chosen by New York; lalfback Roger Kochman of Pcnn State, picked by St. Louis, and ackle Charles Sieminski of Pcnn tale, drafted by San Francisco. Los Angeles, which had ac- uired Chicago's first round pick n the deal that sent fullback Joe ilarconi to the Bears, took Rufus utlirie of Georgia Tech, de- cribed by one talent scout as the jilchrist Sets tow Rushing Mark in AFL DALLAS, Tex. IAP) - That basher of lines-- Cookie Gilchrist of Buffalo-- has a new rushing rec- 01 d in the American Football -oague but still hasn't clinched lonors for the season. He racked up 553 yards on 157 runs. This bettered the record of 948 set last year by E illy Cannon of Houston. The Buffalo-Dallas game was supposed to be a deciding duel be- ween Gilchrisl and Aimer Haves of the Texans for ball-carrying ronors. But Haynes, who was mocked out but continued to play ell 84 y.nrds back. However, jayes has two games to go while Gilchrist has only one. Gilchrist needs only six carries o better the record for a season lield by Billy Mathis of New York at 202. Len Dawson of Dallas continued o lead the passers under the six- oint system that includes inler- eptions, average, etc. He has 269 tries with 165 completions for 2.515 ards and 28 touchdowns. Frank Tripucka of Denver has 218 com- lotions for 2,730 yards but is in lird place. Lionel Taylor of Denver caught ix passes against Houston and :ill tops the pass-receivers with 70 for 798 yards. Gene Mingo of Denver scored ve points Sunday and stayed nut ronl in scoring with 133 points. Gino Capnelietli of Boston is second, 13 points back. Cappellelli ;ained only one point on Mingo. A three-way tie came in pass nterceptions as Tommy Morrow of Oakland intercepted one against ian Diego and that made eight or the season. Bobby Hunt of Dallas and Claude Gibson of San Diego already had eight. Jim Fraser of Denver leads the lunters wilh a 44,4 yards average )ave Grayson of Dallas is the No 1 kickoff returner with a 30.8 av erage. Dick Christy ol New York tops the punt returners with a 20. average. Old-Time Bas Protest New 1 NEW YORK (AP.i - Frank Crosetti. New York Yankee short stop great, and coach, and Johi C. Schultc. former majnr league catcher, filed suit in Federal Giur Monday to halt increased base ball player pension payments thn exclude old-time players. Crosetti and Schullc filed the suit on behalf of Mime 300 old-time ballplayer;. w-|in have Iwcn left mi of increases in pension payments thai went into effect this year. Although nnly (heir names a i pcarcd nn the suit, attorney J Norman Ixiwis said thnt many hip noinr 1 former .shirs had eon Iribiilrd their nnnvs or money ( Hie at 1 ! ion. Arming Ihem were .lo DiMaggin, Hobby DMCIT. Mike Ttesh. Hill Dickey. Mel H:irdct Mike Hic,j:in«. Spud Chamllrr. Hii jjingc-s. Ocorjif MrQuinn am Hank Grer nher* (iirenbcrg was an riwiier-repre sr-ntMKe when Ihe new pi-n«inr plan ;MS nri-iiii.-ticd m |!fi-l. "We have li inl K; sliai)'l;k'ii tln '!nn;i d'.ll w i l l i n i t l j ^ f i j i i ' i hi crini ' L"K said -Rui ilir current plav r-tv i n f i x e d li) M HIP nlil-limrr t arterback L Draft jest college guard in the Tru'ted States. St. Louis a!* got two firs, ·oucd picks, inheriting the New York Giants' place in the dea hat sent quarterback Ralph (Jug- ielmi to the Giants last summer. The Cards took Jerry Stovall, -SU's all around halfback- for heir own draftee then grabbed *n Brumm, 218-pound tackle rom Purdue Only four of the first round se- ections had b drafted on the irst go-around by the AFL in the atest battle of the bank rolls. Stc- vail was picked by the New York 1'itans as well as the Cardinals. Kermit Alexander. UCLA halfback vas tjken by both the 49ers ant he Denver Brenccs. Dave Behiman, Michigan Slate center, was selected by the Bears and Buffalo Bills. Ed Budde, MSU ackle. was named by both the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas 'exans. Minnesota finished in a tie with St. Ixmis for the second drafting position in the combined conference standings but lost a flip of a ·"in to the Cardinals. The Vikings were all set to take Stovall but shifted to Jim Dunaway, 6-4, 260-pot:nd tackle of Mississippi. Baltimore chose Boh Vogel, Ohio State tackle, and Dalas tool; Leo Roy Jordan, highly- outed center and linebacker from Alabama. Pat Hichter, pass-catching end f Wisconsin's Hose Bowl team, was drafted by the Washington tcdskins. Richter also is known is a fir.j baseball prospect who ias caught the eye of many big eague scouts. Cleveland deliberated for well iver 30 minutes before taking Tom lulchinson, Kentucky end. un- oubtedly on the recommendation f Blanton Collier, former Ken- ucky coach and now a member f Paul Brown's staff. VogePs Ohio State running male, )aryl Sanders was selected by the ietroit Lions. The Packers' Vince ximbardi, who had to wait for le 14th selection, wasted little ime picking Robinson, a 6-3, 220- ound end from Penn State. Season Op Buffs Victc Wichita U BOULDER, Colo. t A p i - Colo- opened Iheir baskeiball campaign Monday night by scoring 16 points, li oy Jii,-, Davis, in Ihe econd overtime period to defeat Vichita 79-69. The regulation game ended 599. Colorado's George Parsons, a unior college transfer from London, Ky., hit two free throws with minute 20 seconds left to tie the ame. Wichita connected first in the vertime but Colorado led 63-61 mil Wichita sophomore Dave tallworth, 6-foot-7, hit a jumper rom the side to knot it 63-63 at he end of the first overtime. Davis got the first field goal in he second overtime on a pass rom Ken Cliarllon under the basket. The Whcatshockers never caught up as Davis hit four more mints and the Buffaloes had a comfortable 69-64 lead. They padded the margin in the last few minutes. Both clubs committed numerous errors in the first half ol the ragged contest. Colorado led through most of the 20 minutes, at one time by 11 points. Tire visitors rallied in the last four minutes o the half and th;n lied It 26-all on Leonard Kelley's free throw jus before intermission. The Buffs went in front immcdi alcly in the second half on Charl ton's free throw and a layup b Parsons. Colorado pushed the leac In 10 points at one time and the eball Players 'ension Plans in on the increased bcnelils lha started this year. "We Ihink they have shown disregard of the old-timcrr who (ought for 1 his pension pla and helped to nroilucc it." Ix^is said that bonefils undc the plan provide a minimum o JfiS a month for players who re lire at aRC 50 after five years i the in.-ijin lvalues up In a max mum of Si'* fur llnwj aim beji nkini' payments «t ai;c- (B an i.'ive 20 years in the inujfirF. I'ndcr Ihe new amendment which went inlo affecl this ycai ·ho minimum mte h J 125 SO an the maximum S72:! 2.V Players who were wit (n-ijve. a IT 195I or lifi;;;;i receiving hcne lib brlnrc I.T-I .scaum il« mil cc the InaliiT figure. Ctwelli. wlm W.T bran in Sar Francisco ;md no-.v lives in St*v:k on. Calif.. w, active wilh th( Yankrci Irtim IMIi to 1MB nn Minr Ix'rn o coach. Scliulii: wa. a catchtr wilh live m.-ijiii Ic.-iunc clubs I'.tl :ind 1!02. He lives j n SI. l/iui !)nv | On Top 1 With Preps BASKETMLL Tut«4y Nan-Cwlftrtnct Grover at Carpenter, Wyo. frit*y rUrtfwn Greeley at Engjewood. 6:30 and and 8:15 p m Boulder at Sterling. Fort Morgan at Fort Collins. Longmont at Aurora. Tri-ViHtr Brush at College High, 6:45 and 8:15 p.m. Valley High at Ealun. Fort Lupton at Windsor. Lafayette at Weld Central. Sterling St. Anthony st Galelon. Pierce «l Briggsdate. Pldtte Valley at Lyons. N'unn at Evans. Berlhoud at Louisville. Estes Psrk at Laporte. Erie at Wiggins. Sirurfcy 4*n-C«ifrMict Roosevelt at College High, «:45 and 8:15 p.m. Brush at Bear Creek. Broomfield vs. Platte Valley at Evans. Eaton at Ault. Denver Lutheran at Fort Lupon. Fairview at Weld Central. Laporle at Lafayette. Evans at Wellington. WRESTLING Thurtdly 4on-Confertncfl Greeley at Brush, 7 p.m. Friday fen-Cenftrtnci Lafayette at College High, 7:30 i.m. Weld Central al Brighton. Valley High at Loveland B. Fort Lupton at Broomfield. Siturdiy Trl-V.ll.y Roosevelt at Laporte, 7:30 p.m. NwvC«iftrnci Brush at Sterling Invitationil 'ournament. Weld Central at Yuma. SWIMMING Friday Jon-Coflfcrcnct College High at Adams Cily, 4 p.m. iener Nets ry Over . Quintet ere never headed until Ernie .oore's jumper gave Wichita a 9-57 lead preceding Parson's ty- ng free throws. Stallworth topped the scoring ith 32 points. Davis' 25 points was tops for nlorado. Charlton h'it 23. WICHITA a t T COLORADO · F T (iUHo I 1 4 Cturllon 4 1! 2.1 tall»orth 13 i 12 Mntlltr t 7 9 Jiirhim 1 0 2 DavLi 1 7 25 Joore t 1 11 \jn H i t telUy 2 4 8 Parsons 4 5 1.1 *ach n 1 ! Sparks 0 0 0 Maddox 0 0 0 Joyce 0 0 0 Nosich 0 0 0 -onu ! 0 1 logman 3 3 9 taracz * 0 0 0 TMali 71 17 « Tolall Jl 15 JI Hatltune: Tied. 26-2S. Free Ibrowa mlncd-WicklU. Kllllko. :kllwxih a, Kclley. Bowman 3. Colorado, harllon 4. Muelltr, Davis 3. Lee, Parons 2. Ftracna] fonli-WlcklU. Kitllko J. Slall- wortll 4, DurAin 5, Moore 5, Keiley 1, owman 9, Leach 3, Long. Barau 2. Ulorado, Charltoa 4, Mudlcr 4, Davit 4, L« 4, PvaMa S. Sparlu 2. Alluduc. 3*0. Wl Football Foundation Fete Slated Tonight NEW YORK (AP) - Southern ,'alifornia's unbeaten, unlicd Tro ans, 12 new Hall of Fame in ductces, and Associated Supreme ^ourt Justice Byron R. White wil be honored tonight at the annua awards dinner of Ihe Nallona Football Foundation. Tlie Trojans, who last Saturday completed Ihcir first perfect sea son in 30 years, will receive the MacArthur Bowl as the top col egc team in the country. The VlacArthur Bowl previously ha been won by Syracuse. Minnesota and Alabama. White, known as Whizzer during his collegiate days at Colorado anil already a Hall of Fame mem her. will receive the Gold Mcda Award (or cnntribul ion to th game. Eleven former player and one coach will go into th Mall of Fame. The coach In b nducted is Tuss MclJiugherj whi: wns head man at Dartmoul anil Bniwn. The players arc I'al O'Dca t Wisconsin; Phil King. Princeton . ack Minds. Pcnn: Andy Wyant Buckncll and Chicago; Benn lioyntnn. Williams; Guv Cham icrlain. Nebraska; Dan liil Duke: Cal llubbnnl. Ccnlenar and Geneva; .John McEwan. At my; ,loe Houtt. Texas AiM. an Bill Spears, Vanderbill. O'Dca King and Hmill are deceased. Steeiers Coach May Resign, But No Comment Now CHICAGO 'APi-Cow-h Hudrlj P.-itkfr r,f Ihe Pittsburgh Sleclei. ndir-.iled Mondny he may i-psifin life .11. Ilinm-er. Paiker uoulil 1,1,1 mil f i l m ,-i n.|^ni m Piit-lmrn!, lha he hnd definitely made up hi' rniiKl In .«.|ep rffiwn. 2 Bulldog Set Schoo CHEYENNE-TWO cwkj. Hijh swinmwrt in schtol nctrfa · Momtay's eiM» optniBf me«l, out the Bulldogs loit the doubk- du«l meet to Cneyeene Et»t, M- 40. and to Cbsyenm Central, 57. 38, here. Veteran Forest Fiach swam to a new record in UK M*-yir4 freestyle. His time WM M.1 MC- ondi. 2/l«ths of a Mcoad betttr than hu old recwd. And Stanley Bouse clipptd tenth of i second off his old record in the He-yard freestyle. House's time Monday was 1:15.J. Fisch and Bouse each won two events in the meet. Fisch also won the 10-yard freestyle in » 5 seconds, while Bouse won the 400-yard freestyle In 5:04.7. The College High Bulldogs swam only once with the times bein( compared with each team and Ihe scores being tabulated. Bulldog Alan Chtloupia'i 2:41.1 In the 100-yard individual medley was good enough to win firit place against both Cb«y*nn« schools. Againsl Central, Rick Hartman ook first place in (fit 100-yard utlerfly. But his 1:17.5 time was 14 Big Ten Players on Shrine Team NEW YOHK (API-All America uUback candidate George Saimei f Michigan State and 14 other ilayers from the Big Ten were mong those named Monday to he East squad for the 31th an- ual East-West Shrine football ame in San Francisco, Dec. a. The announcement came from Andy Kerr, head of the East se- ecUon committee, who has been issocialed with the charity gime or 36 years. Notre Dame quarterback Da- ylc Lamonica is another mid- western representative on the 24- man squad which will be coached iy Jack Mollenkopf of Purdue, 'rank Howard of Clemson and Ara Parseghian of Northwestern. While Lamonica Is a skilled insser with top targets like Ken- ucky's Tom Hutchinson and Boson College's Art Graham with whom to make connections, Bill Jrukowski, a battering runner rom Ohio Stale, Is the other uarterback. Saimes is a breakaway type ullback teamed with slamming loy Walker ot Purdue and Jerry Jones of Minnesota. Iowa's Larry r erguson heads a list of fleet talfbttks while Northwtstern's aul Flatley is an exceptional lanker back. Michigan State Tackle Jim Bob- tt is the heaviest man on the squad at 247 pounds. The squad: Ends-Tom Hulchinson. Ken- ucky; Forrest Ftrmir, Purdue; John Mackey, Syracuse : Art Graham, Boston College; Gene Heel- r. West Virginia. Tackles-Bob Vogel, Ohio Slate, Jon Brumm, Purdue, Jim Bob- )ltt, Michigan State; Don Chuy, Clemson. Guards-Earl McQuiston, Iowa; Jd Budde, Michigan State; Dave deggycsy, Syracuse; John Draks- er, Pill. Cenlers-- Bill Armstrong, Ohio state; Jay Robertson. Norlhwesl- ern. Backs-Darylc Lamonica, Notre )ame; Bill Mrukowski, Ohio ilate; Jim Moss, West Virginia; orge Saimes. Michigan Stale; ^arry Ferguson, Iowa; Woody Uoore, Indiana: Paul Flatley Northwestern: Jerry Jones, Minnesota; Hoy Walker, Purdue. Ortiz Win Bout by K TOKYO I A P ) - Crisp-punching Carlos Ortiz of New York knocked out Japan's Teruo Kosaka wilh a hard right to the jaw in 2:32 of the fiflh round Monday night to retain his world lightweight boxing championship. Ortiz, a native Puerto Hican lagged Kosaka wilh two shari lefts to the head and followed with the thunderous right which Sent the 22-year-old challenger to the canvas. Ko.-aka, ranked fifth by Ihe WorH Hexing Associalion tried lo get up. then fell back and wilh a gesture of pain and dis gust, slumped back. It was the 26-year-old tillehold er's first bout since he wreslet Ihe ernwn (rom Joe Brown in I/os An«cles tost April. He weigher 13-T pounds v.-hilc Kosika tippet Ihe scales at 133. "1 didn't expect lo finish him so early in Ihe fighi." said Ortl? Hftcrwai-ds. "i thought of knock Ing him out cillrr in Iht 10th or 11th found. But I knew from tire second round thnt [ harl him." Orliz gave Ihr yiiiilljfti! Koa!;a a lalenird boxing lesson in re '·oriliiig his Mth victory »i;«in.l fnur defeats dnd his Idlh knm-li mi . Kosaka w,i? jamr and willing Swimmers 1 Records «"ly fiM 1 for anoMl -.-hi* a*!*m EM(. Don Aleundtr fuutbed s«c«ad to feu* in the bvMtylt dit- *««« race. H aiait EM. He w»s third i, Ihe Nt-yard fnatyle HilMt Ceitnl. Nick W«lsh was ucoad t* Fisch In the M-ytrd freestyle «(aifMt But aod third t|*lMt CeMrd. TV BulMofs will swim «t Ad ww CHy Friday it 4 p.m. Monday's results: It* M, CH * JW-ytrd medley ntay: 1. Ckey- enot East, J:»l s. m-yard fmstyle: 1, SUn Bouse. CH. t. Don Akxaodtr, CH. I. Willard Smith, E. 4, Vic Vosler E. 2:15.2. It-J-ird freestyle; ]. r»rreit Fisch, CH. 1. Nick Walsh. CH. 1, Bob Stevenson. E. 4, Sti*rt Mort- heJe, E. :M.5. M-yard Individual medley: 1, Alan Chaloupka. CH. 2, Gene Blake. E. 2:41.1 Diving: 1, Norm Richardson, E 1!S.«. 2. Sam MM, E, N.i. 3, Urry Lonfwell, CH, U.K. MO-yird butterfly: 1, John Carman, E. 2, Rick Ktrtmu, CH. 3, Roger Maughmcr, E. 1:10.2. WO-yard frmtyle: 1, Fijch, CH. I, John Ardniega, E. 3, Bill Evens, E. 4, Chaloupka, CH. :5I.3. 160-yard backstroke: l. Dave Shellon, E. 2, Kea Urfch, E. 3, Tom Gecrge, CH. 4, Jim Hartman, CH. i;n».J. 400-yard freestyle: 1, Bouse CH. 2, Alexander. CH. 3. Archil- ega, E. 5:04.7. 100-yard breaststroke: 1, Perry Ptndfciy, E. 2, Marc Mason. E. 3, Ed Colby. CH. 1:14.3. 100-yard free»tyle relay: 1, East, 1:54.2. Cenfrtl ST. CH 31 208-yard medley relay; 1 Central, 2:15.0. 200-yard freestyle: 1, Bouse CH. 2, Eric Whlltenberger, C. 3. Alexander, CH. 4, Steve Whitten' berger, C. 1:15.2. 50-yard freestyle: 1, Fisch. CH. 2, Todd, C. 3, Walsh, CH. 4, Johnson, C. :2«.5. 200-yard Individual medley: 1, Chaloupka, CH. 2, Lovato, C. 3 Hulchlngs, C. 2:41.1. Diving: 1, Anderson. C. 12.1. 2, Huerta, C. 51.1. J, Longwell, 2J.88. 100-ysrd butterfly 1, Rick Hartman, CH. J, Esslinger, C. 3, Farris, C. 1:17.5. 100-yard freestyle: 1, Fisch, CH. 2, Todd, C. 3. Wheeler, C. 4. Chaloupka, CH. :5t.3. 100-yard backstroke: 1, Grow. C. 2, Daniels, C. 3, George, CH. 4, Jim Hartman, CH. 1:17,1. 400-yard freestyle: 1, Bouse, CH. 2. Alexander, CH. 3, McCann, C. 4, Wetllir, C. 5:04.7. 100-yard hrcaststrokt: l, Lova- lo, C. 2, Welsh, C. 3, Colby, CH. 1:9.2. JOS-yard freestyle relay: 1, Central, 1:51.3. Broncos Sign Tom Janik of Texas A Gr 1 DENVER IAP) - The Denver Broncos ot Ihe American Football League announced Monday signing of Tom Janik, Texas All halfback. He was the Broncos' No. 3 choice in the AFL draft Saturday at Dallas. Cal Kunz, president of tin Broncos, said Janik would be used as a defensive halfback - a position thiil plagued the Bronco* this year. Janik. t-foot-4, 1W pounds, runs the 100 yard dash in 10:1 seconds. Janik, who attended high school In San Antonio and now lives near there, is the first player to be signed by the Broncos since the draft. s Japan knockout but he suffered from a shorter reach, less strength and less skill than his opponent. Attendance at WAC Games Totals 678,062 DKNVEK 'APl-Fooibal! teams in Ihe Western Athletic Confer ncc's first season drew 678,062 paying spectators for 32 homo games. This was an average of 21,189 per game, Commissioner Paul W Breeder's figures showed Mon day. Arizona Stute WBJ the box of flee leader with 21B.73S fans for 8 home gomes, an average o 2V.M. Figures lot Hie five other schools, wilh niimlxM- nf home g«mc«, total nlleminnce «nd live rage, were; Arizona. «. 141, ICO. 23.517; New Mcxicn. 5. 1IP.S75. 2.19.15; (j (a ri 5 82.273. IM5S: nrighsm Young 4 H.362, 15.9W; Wyoming 4 54417 I3,(KH. Bicrhler soid Iiri;;ham Young's ligiiipn Included a crowd of M.OMl for Ih;. lllsh-TiYtJ same al Sal Ulr Cily which w;u llslrd as a Hrijham Vounj home conies!. Pate IS OREELEV TRIBUNE Tucc., D«. 4. 1H2 Basketball Fix Trial Goes To Jury Tuesday RALEIGH, N.C. lAPi - The trial of two St. Louis men charted with bribing four North Carolina Stale College basketball players U shave potnU was expected te fo to the jury Tuesday. Superior Court Judge Heman Clark was to complete hu charge to the jury. cUrk delivered part «f hia charge Monday after at- lorneya completed final arguments. Dave Goldberg, «, and Steve ^·"·KHros. 31. are accused of l»*ery in the buketball game- fixing scandal. The indictment involves eight game: in which N.C. Stale participated from Dec. 5. 195», through Jan. 7. 1KI. Goldberg and Lekometros are each charged in 14 counts In seven games and Goldberg is charged with four .ridjijrjnai «unts la an eighth game. Defense attorney Ralph Stray- »rn told the jury in his argu- TMnt that Ihe immunity given the basketball players would appear to convey that "it pays to steal and squeal." Four former N.C. State players who admitted accepting bribes to thave points, testified for the ·tale. They were Don Gallagher, i'.an Niewierowskl and Anton Muehlbauer, all of New York, and Terry Lilchfield. formerly of Louisville, Ky., and now of Birmingham, Ala. None of the players was indicted. New Stars College G Iy MIKI RATHIT AimiatW Prew Sftrtt Writ* Who's this Gary Bradds? The college basketball season Is uM four days old, yel Bradds already has slid into Jerry Lucas' )ig bucks, given Ohio State's new- ira Buckeyes visions of another rlumphant reign and caused the campaign's first effigy hanging. Lucas' sophomore spear carrier, the 6-foot-8 Bradds came hrough wkh his second 30-polnt ·lui performance Monday night, ·arrylng Ihe supposedly weakened Buckeyes lo an easy M-59 triumph over highly regarded St. Louis for heir »lh consecutive home court vlcory. While Bradds was scoring his 31 points and carrying the Buck- iyes-- who weren't among the Top Ten in The Associated Press' preseason poll-lo their second straight triumph, on the SI. I/niis campus BUlikens 1 Conch John 3«aingUra was gelling the hang- Ihe-dummy treatment. A sign on the dummy said: "Old Man Benington, our wonderful coach." And some 200 students were chanting: "Benington, Benington, burn him, burn him." There also were fireworks n other parts of Ihe country as lop-ranked Cincinnati continued to steamroller lesser opposition, fourth-rated Loyola of Chicago reached the century-mark (or the second conseculivt game, Ari«m« shocked 10th · ranked Wisconsin and Michigan unveiled a sophomore sensation in Bill Buntin. The Bearcats used Ron Bonham's career high 30 points to whack Virginia 91-42, Loyola blasted North Dakota lltt.W, Arizona upset Wisconsin 51-4B on a key three-point piny by sophomore Al Johnson and Buntin scored 25 points and grabbed 22 rebounds In Michigan's 81-92 triumph over Creighlon and Paul Silas. Bradds ptil Ohio Stale oul (ronl lo slay, 23-21, on a pair of fou shots as Ihe Buckeyes spurted for 20 points in the last K minutes of the first half and overcume a short-lived St. 1/niis lead. Garry Garrison was high scorer for the Billikens wilh 22 points, Bonham, who has taken over wilh Paul Hogue gradunlcd and heralded sophomore Ron Krick sidelined for Ihe year wilh a shoulder injury, conlrlbuled six points In a 10-point Cincinnati spree that sent the dcfentllnR NCAA champs off lo R commanding 13-4 lead ovor Virginia. Colorado's defending Big Eight champions needed Iwo overtimes lo subdue Wichita, 79-69. ns Jim Davis scored 12 of the Buffs If points in the second extra session. In another double overtime m.nrn- Ihon, Florida outlasted Jackson villc, Fl,i.. 1)2.81. In an Atlantic Coast Conference batllc. North Carolina Stale edged Clcmion 56-55 on I'ele Aukwl's. field go-nl with 24 seconds led Arkansas nipped Konsas 64-62 in overtime AS Tommy Boycr wounr up with 21 points, Hick Ixipossa'n Iwo foul shots nflcr lime hntl t i n oul gave Northwestern « 57-M decision over Pitlsbutuh. Purdue overcame Detroit 73-72 .ifltr Hnn Hughes' basket nut the Boilermakers ahcml wilh leu Ihm 2 minutes to K" Jim Cnldwcl dropped In a field goal wilh lest Ih-nn i minute to piny In over lime for (Ixirglo Tech's W-7» vii lury OVPI Ftirman ;mil Miami o Onto M|iteewd by F,»itern Ken lucky MM Elsewhere. Drake Ucfcalod In- Penn State, Florida in Gator Bowl JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (AP) The Florida Gators were named Monday to meet Penn State in the Gator Bowl football game in (pile of the loss to Miami which was supposed to have knocked Florida out of the Dec. 28 post-season coo- test. The Gator Bowl selection committee tabbed Florida (M) as th* Mst available Southern team after being turned down by Duke 18-21. "After sampling publk opinion and after feeling out the attitude of the Florida camp, we feel that Florida is definitely th* bed team a the South to play Penn State," said Lamar Dean, selecting chairman. Kay Graves, Florida head coach »nd athletic director, accepted the )ld promptly. Graves said the r lorida players are eager to meet he best team in the East. Penn State will be making Its second straight Gator Bowl ap- earance. The Nittany Lteu upset slightly favored Georgia Tech SMS last year. Penn State has an mpressive 9-1 record and »-nn the Jmbert Trophy as the East'i best team. Florida, after a slow start lhat included losses lo Georgia Tech and Duke, won five of the nert iix games and appeared headed for the same kind of strong finish ·s Ihe 1») Florida lean-,, which also played In Ihe Gator Bowl and edged Baylor 13-12 Shine in ige Games diana 17-76. Minnesota knocks! off Kansas Stale 7341, Oklahoma ^ity look TCU 77-80, Marquette »mbcd Wake Forest 17-72, Houson beat Nebraska 6MI, Stanford walloped Ulah 81-50, Arizona State wiled FrttRo Slate 89-61. Penn Slale clobbered Lehigh T7-4J, 'rovidtnce overwhelmed Ml. St. Mary's 72-57 and Memphis Slat* outclassed New Mexico Stale 10177. Sports Notes BOSTON 'AP) - The Boston Iruins acquired wing Forbes Kennedy from Detroit Monday and sent dcfenseman Put SUptelon ind wing Wayne Connelly !« a arm team lo make room for two new young players Boston gave Detroit left winf Andre Pronovost in exchange for the 27-year.old Kennedy, who has been playing the Hed Wings' Edmonton farm in the Western iockcy league. Connelly and Siaplclon wer* ent to Kingston of the Eastern lockey League, making room for ookie center Bob Leiler and de- enseman Eddie Weslfall. who come up from Kingston. NEW YOHK ( A P I - The New York Hangers ol the National lockey league lost goalie Lome Gump) Worsley indefinitely Mon- l«y when he was admilled to St. fare's Hospital where his injured eft shoulder was put in traction. Worsley was Injured Sunday night In Chicago against the ilock Hawks In a collision in ronl of the Rangers' nets. His replacement has not been de- ormmcd. Look Magazine Names 22-Man All-star Team NEW YOHK t A P i _ J er rv Stovall ot Ijjiiisiana stntc nnrl tieorge Snimes of Michigan Stntu are joined by six quarterbacks on the 22-mnn l«,k Marine alls ar football tram announced Mondny nlghl. The field Rencrnls selected include Helsnian Trophv winner Terry Baker o( Oregon Slale, Ml- nml's George Mirn, Mississippi'* Oiynn Gritting, Hilly Moore of Arkansas, Dave lloppman of Iowa Slale and Tom Myers of Northwestern. The team: Ends - ll.i| TiriljoK Southern Cnlitornif.; Cuniad llllchlcr, Missouri; Pnl Itidiler. Wisconsin; Dave Robinson. Pcnn Wale. Tneklcs - Sieve RnrnrU, Oregon; (lobby Hell, Minnesota; Don Hnimm, Purdue; Kred Miller LSI:. !uards -- Jean Iterrv, IXikp; .eon Cross. Oklahoma": Itufui Cuthrle. (itoriiia r rr |,. j nnn Trcadwcll. Texas. Onters-.l.eo Hnv Jordan. Aln- bamn; Don Mi-Kinnon, Dartmouth. Backs - Terry linker. Omfon Stnte: (ilynn (liiffins. MusK,;,,. pi: Invp linpiimann. Iowa Kln!: Hilly Moore. Arkansas; (icinge iaimej, Michigan Slnlp; .Irrry Slovall. LSI?; tieorgp Mirn. Ml- nmi; Tom Myers. Nurlliwc.Mprn. More Sportj On Page 2

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