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CD. Vs. Iowa in Replay for 50-Ceiit;ari Hour Pay' ?aisl Granted 1 Amateur Athleles M. the' .i BOULDER Mi -- Deteidine basketball champions of. .the .Big Ten and Big Seven' conferences, play here Monday, night in a replay of last spring's consolation game In (tie . National Collegiate Athletic Assn.- tournament. . · · Colorado ; won that game from Iowa, 7^-54, but the Big Ten club is favored to avenge that defeat. Iowa returns four .starters 'from - last year's crew that swept to the Big Ten title, on.' an ji-3' record. .Colorado .has only one regular, forward. Mel Coffman, from last year's' Big Seven champions who had an 11-1 league record. Colorado opened its campaign last week with' a 63-5? triumph over Oregon State at Corvalli? and a 68-49 conquest of Oregon at Eugene. . Iowa began its season with a 60- 'Sl triumph over Nebraska, only team to beat Colorado in league play. last season. A near' capacity crowd of 7.000 is expected for. the. game opening * Colorado's home season. It'll be the. Buffaloes only December appearance at home. . SAN FRANCISCO : Hi '"--,' A.; pay raise for athletes' cm-campus work -- and hint of '.a crackdown on off-campus- employment -- are In Pacific Coast Conference' official records. ' ''_ ·/ '. , . .The conference concluded Its four-day winter meeting Thursday wlth-wor'd : it, nad.- granted a 50 cenis-an-hour cost of Jiving wage boost to student athletes' and ordered its- nine member schools to furnish records of Vail .off-campus employment during an academic year" ."to Commissioner. Victor 0. Schmidt on request; · "This, will enable' us to.' determine whelher'the' pattern is in the direction. of sound off-campus work or. whether it is more in^tbe nature of 'sinecures .for .athletes,' 1 explained · Washington '. Prof. H. ' P; Kverest, PC C" spokesman 1 . " v He said alhlctic directors and faculty: representatives decided raise "the scale for campus work by athletes from' $1.50 to $2 an hour and the monthly ma'ximum from $75 to $100, effective next Sept. 1. 'We have- recognized that the cost of living is. rising for students as- well as' everyone else,' 1 Everest said. · . - · · · Okla. Outscores, Outgains Major College Teams NEW YOHK Ifl -- Coach'· Bud Wilkinson's Oklahoma Soori,er5, acclaimed national 'champions of college'..football, picked'-up two major statistical'titles as "well -- outgaining and outscoring^'ievery other major-, college team, -'while going through 10 games unbeaten. "The Sooners just missed claiming, the least-scored-on - title, too'. Georgia Tech- took It .by a mere 1 In the .final poll/ averaged D'oug Ford, .Maxwell Lead Golf field MIAMI, 'Fla. W -- The weatherman promised clearing skies Friday for the Miami Open Golf Tournament.-- but he was 24 hours loo late for Doug Ford and Billy Maxwell. . They led the field by A stroke Thursday with 39 of the 154 golf- irs- still out. · PGA tournament director Ray O'Brien cancelled all .first round play. He'termed the sodden course from unplayable. So they started over scratch Friday with 'the T ._,- / event reduced to 5* holes instead of 72. .. - And down the .drain went the four : under-par 66s which had put Ford, current PGA champion from Kiamesha Lake, N. .Y., and Manwell, former national amateur titlisl from Odessa, Tex., out front. The Panama Canal '.rims' north ·nd south Instead'of east and west as vis 'often popularly supposed. -NOTICE OF F1KA1. PAYMENT ; - On or a f t e r December 19..195, th* C O L O R A D O . DUl'ARTME.NT 'OF HIGHWAYS wlH maka - f i n a l pay^ rnent to Western PavinK Construction .Company. oC Denver. Colorado, contractor tor thV c o n s t r u c t i o n of Colorado Project No. .F 005-1 (12), c o n s t e t l n t f · of grading, ta.bUliat[on, e t r u c t u r e s 'and Ecphaltlo surfacing, total l e n g t h being . 6.SS7 .miles, lo- c'nterl on State- 'Highway. No, 1 -1 (ram . e- 'Highwa Ft. Lupl - . , Brighton · -to Ft. Luplon, In Weld County, s t a t e ot Colorado. File claim* Tvlth AUDITOR, Tep B r t m e n t of Hlffhwaj'Bj before s.bcv« Ha.lt. · :··-;·.,,.·,·*. - ; ·' M A R K U. -WATHOU9, C h l e t Engineer; D e p a r t m e n t of Highways. ·' DEC. 2, I, E -. . .- 1/7, 8, *, 10, It, 19K5. , A'OTICK TO CRKOITOR8 · . - - : / No, -7S29"-: i , . . - : Estate of" VAHAH L. DEWALD, Deceased. · r · ,,· ·- ·· Notice' Ix hereby 'Riven that th£ 23th Any of November, 195S, let- tars - o f A d m i n i s t r a t i o n - wer a - issued to t h « ur.dtriSsned is A d m l n J a t r A t r l r of the a b o v e nftmerf estate and all ji*[-fion5 h a v i n g - claims against, 'a aid estate are- r e q u i r e d - to- lil« .the for Allow-fi - r e q u i nce In . t h e C o u n t y Court of Weld C o u n t y , Colorado Tylthln six m o n t h s irom.'ss.d 'date or eald claims W i H be forever barred. . .' VENA VIVIAN" HATTJSTE, * : · » A d m i n i s t r a t r i x . Jchn W, Henderecnij A t t o r n e y . - " . / Utc.,2..V l«.-23, IfliS. . . ' Swink Major Scoring Champ 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The touchdowns tell that it's.troe what Texans have been saying all season about Jim Swink.. The speedster from Rusk, Tex., who entere'd Texas Christian University on a basketball scholarship and was converted to football, was officially crowned as 1955.'major college .football scoring .champion Thursday through the NCAA Service Bureau statistics. . These figures showed that Swink collected. 125 points on 20 touchdowns and five conversions.to lead the way both : in scoring and "touchdown responsibility.".. . Runner-up Jon Arnett of Southern California- ran .for -15 touchdowns and added 18 extra, points for a '108-point total. Defending champion Art/ Luppino of Arizona tallied 96 points to finish in a three- w a y j t l e for 3rd place with Tom McDonald of Oklahoma and Ed Vercb of Maryland. .. Vereb,. who 'scored 16 touchdowns, and "passed for two more, was second to Swink in touchdown responsibility .and; Bob , Hardy of Kentucky ran for hine'a'nd passed for eight to take 3rd. All o£ Swings tuuchdo'wns came on ninning plays six of .them more than half the length' o f - t h e field. Swink, the. first Southwest Conference player to win/the. scoring title since Joei'-iluht in 1927, joined an illuitriou? lisl'-pf 20-touchdown scorers. -The : only player:' In : 35 years to mike more than 20 were Ken-Strong, Gene-McEver, Bobby Reynolds, Wilton (Whizzer) White (Arizona State, 1950),' OlIie : Matspn and : Luppino. - ' " " i ~ "" Hugh Pollard of TCU, the mop- up man-after, most of Swink's scoring splurges, made the^most conversions', . 25 of 31 attempts. Tcn- nessee'i Tom Priest was the most accurate point-after kicker,'making good on"'15 straight. : Mississippi's .Paige Cqthren tied the modern fieid goal recnrri of six in a'season, shared by Keii. Cook eight points'. · O k l a h o m a , No. Associated Press 410/7 yards' a game- t o ' top. the nation in olfense, according to fi- nal'figiires released Friday by the WCAi'vi Service Bureau: 'i With that power,- the Soonerc.'avei'iged 36.5 points a game'ior the'scoring title. West ' Virginia-' was the .offense runnerup, losing but when-checked by Pitt and Syracuse at 'season's close. The Mountaineers averaged 384.5 yards rushing-passing in games. Denver was the 'No. 2 team in scoring with a 31-point average. x Georgia" Tech, headed 'for the Sugar Bowl to face Pitt, led in scoring defense by allowing jiist 46 points for the season. Oklahoma gave up 54. Xrmy, the club that made * drab season' brilliant by beating Navy in the finale, was the total defense J V= Contracts Now Friday,'D«^9,;'-i?55'. .y,GREELEY TRIBUNE' '·. Fa«« P»e;BpwlBQun|d.- '\ · · ·,.^^/by'p leader.' Although beaten three times, Ihe Cadets allowed, an av- erage'of but 160.7 rushing-passing yards in nine games and gave up just 2.90 yards » play. . Maryland was the runnerup In defense, which adds another pinch of- spice to the Orange Bowl showdown between the Terps and'Oklahoma: Maryland allowed '169.1 .a game and 3.15 a play. ty of" Weldt h e ' . \ [ a U e r ' o f v " Cyclones Nip Texas Tech 5 KANSAS CITY «l -- Texas Tech, winless in three.basketball appearances against 'Big Seven Conference opponents.;this week, hopes to e'nd the jinx'Friday night, against Nebraska'at Lincoln. - . ' · The Hcd Raiders dropped » 7252 decision to Iowa' State's Cyclones at Ames- Thursday night. Guard. Gary Thompson, was the spark for. the winners with 21 points. . . : .' ' . Scoring honors, however, went to the Raiders' Jim Reed, who dumped in-24, The Cyclones held a slim 35-32 margin, at. intermiiT sion, but the Tech offense ran out of gas'in the'last half.'-.. 1 , ' : . .. At Houston, Rice Institute ran its winning streak to four straight with »· decisive' 62-47 triumph over the Oklahoma: Sooners. Joe Dur- renbergcr led the Owls with 20 points. ·'· ·" · ' ' ' Rice gained the-lead early ; i» IKS game and didn't relinquish-it; Oklahoma was cold at the charity line, cashing only rime of 20 · »l- teir,its. -H was:-led by 23-point scoring Leroy Bacher. No other Big Seven teams are scheduled Friday night. . CITATION' TO'ATXE.YD PROBATE ; or .tvii.r, lm the Connljr Court ' : ' - . N o . 7 6 2 5 - BTATE OF COIXXKADO J C o u n t , i Tn tho "Matter 'of * the Estate of DALE" MCCOMJ3S, a.k.» DAIjE. D, JIcCOMDS. anfl D A L E DWIGHT Mc- THB" PEOPLE OF:-THE STATJQ OF COLOKADOj \* TO: · 1 Miss Martha. Borlhwick, Nesa City, Kansas, Cousin,.JLeKalee . 2. Mrs. H e n r y McCoy, 1015 Tay- Jor, .Topeka.. Kfln«as, Couiin,-,Lcif?. · -S. Mr. W.-V. Terbrak.-lOl'Holly,' Perry Yllle, Mo-, Stranger, Lega- · 4 Mrs. C!RUtV,E. Dowse, 3S70 6th, BouMer, Colorado, Strnnifer, Leff- 5, "Mrs, Bert Jlayden,. Rout« 1, Perri-v.])-*, Xfo., Stranfrer, Ivegatea . 6-' Miss- Meredith C u n n i n g h a m , 133 East Midland, Shawn**, Okl»- homa.-'.Nlecer-^lnor, · * V rg - °'*i ' e 7* l ).lTK. - E l f i l e Williams, ' Ifi»5 Montvlew Road, Grseley, Colorado, Stranger, L e g a t e e * , S. \Vllma, C u n n i n g h a m , 133 E. M l d t a n d , Shawnee, O K I a h o m a , Slider, Heir, LeRacee. and Devisee y. LUHaa a n d ' O l * u d : E . Dow«e, .JS7» Cth," -Boulder, . Colorado,. Rlrftngrer, l.effalee.". " ' " .' , 10. F. EAion Williams ElsE* .Williams, 1G3 Montvlew Jload, Greeley, Colorado, " S t r a n g e r , G u a r d i a n , of Donald D w J k h t Mc- ·CombB. , '. 11. D o n a l d D w i g h t McCombj, RA 17443102 7B3rrf .T.B.RS-, Ft; George G.' M c a d e / MA., Son--- Minor, born ;9/20/37, Heir, JLegatt* and - H u b e r t D. (Valdo/Jr., Firat Xa- 'tlonal Bank Bldg-:, Greelej, Color a d o , ' G u a r d i a n ad LHem: Tou ~ a r * h a r t b y T.otUi«b\ th*f t h e o! Sap Jose.State. (1938)' and Boh Hainlen of Colorado' AM (1948). · More than one-third 'of Ted Kliiszewski': hits ih',i955 went for extra bases. He had 47 homers and 25 double's - among his 192 hits, .He batted..314, He had no triples; CHSMaimen Down Lupton FORT LUPTON -- College high opened its 1955-56 wrestling season Thursday, with a 29-19 win over Fort Lupton. "Delbert Parsons and Herman Magnuson paced tho; win for 'the Bulldogs, each' getting falls in 1:15. Dave Blietz of College high got the only other fall .'of the match in 3:05. - Other.College high winners'were Dclbert Parsons^ Frank -Baca, Dick ;Rudd, Dick 'Canterbury and Marviiv Heimblchner. Two p£ the Fort Lupton wins came when" College high wrestlers were forced to forfeit because ol leg. injuries. 'Next match for the-Bulldogs Is on the home,mats against Johnstown on Jan. 5. The results: 95--Parsons (CH) pinned Bachicha, 1:15, - .103-CH) forfeited ( G i e s l c k sprajned ankle)." ' : ' ' U2--B a c a (C H) decisioned Wormtner, 3-1; 120--Hudd (CH) decisioned Richmond, 6-4, · Rr TPt: ASEOCIATCO TRESS/ RASEBALL SYJIACUSE, N. Y. - Far.i plcdjtd to keep an IcteraaUcnal NEW YORK -- All-Amtrici hallback lmrard H^p!lIOIIt) Cmsdy o! "Ohtc Siate cccjvcd Ihe I[tl$R-.in trophi- at the out- tacdinif p]a-ec. ol 1»3. HACING MIAMI BKACIir Fla. -- Sailing Free (I3T.7D) acorcd 2 4-lenslh \-iclory la Ihe alme' at Ttbplcal Paik. ' " SAN BRUNO;. CaM. -- Corr«]atlon wn Ihe belling feature at Tap.foran. Ski Conditions Are Excellent DENVER «1 -- ,,The Colorado Ski Information, Center · reported Friday 'that ski conditions in the statc|s high mountain resort areas are. excellent. "Arnpahoe" 'Basin ' 30 inch 127-- Canterbury ed Counter, 3-i. : (CH). decision- , p u r p o r t e d Last Will a n d .T«Btam«nt of the above named decedent will lie nrtsented (or probatfl In Ihe C o u n t ? Court of W«ld C o u n t y . *l the.Court Housa In aald C o u n t y of "Weld on Monday, the 12tb day of December, A. D. 1915, it 10 o'rfock-'A. M. · . -" ' " NOTICE OK TIKTRICHTXATIOX OF H K I R S H f r he C o u n t ? Court, 1» Profcnle'' No. 7529 STATE OF COT-ORADO, 1 C o u h t y : o C WeM- . )' ' ' - ·In the -Matter of th« K a t a t e of VARA1I L,. DEtVALTl, Deceased. KOTFCR TS H K R K B Y GIVEN', That on Monday, the 16th day ot J a n u a r y A. D. '1956, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., 0( satrt day, «ft1d Court will reeelvp nnrt h e a r pToofg/concernlnfr the-lielra .of raid Varan j* Dewald, deceased, ' p u r s u a n t .to th« : verified p e l U l o n ; of- V«na - Vivian B*U1ste, A d m i n i s t r a t r i x . o f - «a1d Eatate, -flr.il :I*!mant an heir a t - law. of said Varah L. Dawald, deceased; heretofore f i l e d herein, aak.ng: for»a ju- d i c i a l ascertainment and d e t e r m l n R - tlon of t h o helrship of said Efctale, and from which It appear* t h a t :Charle F. Dewald. n i l !2th St., Greeley.-Colorado, Widower, A d u l t Ve-na V l v . a n BaUIsEc. 570* Balsam . Street, - - A r v a d a , Colorado, D a u g h t e r , ' A d u l t . . jire r e l r g 'of *atd Varati Ti Oswald, deceased. ' · * ·XO1P.' THEREFORE, Any and all persons who «,r« or who. claim to bo heirs nt law of said ^ Varan t* Dewald, deceased, 1 · are- hereby re- q u i r e d to be and a p p e a r .thereat, or abide the d e t e r m i n a t i o n of the Court thereon. .- . ' ] . IN WIT.NESS WHEREOF I have hereunto s e t ' m y · harid and th« seal of satil Court, d a t e d at Gre«Ie*i Colorado, thla 23th day ot November, A. Tf. 1955. Pick Tilctienal,' Alkinson To Coach Skyline Slars SALT LAKE CITY WJ! -- Bob Titchcnal of New Mexico and Chirk Atkinson of Brigham Young University will coach the Skyline Conference all-stars in the Salad Bowl even though they h»ve ended their football coaching days »t (heir respective schools., 'Skyline Commissioner ;E. L (Dick) Romney said Thursday that both indicated they would like to carry out their" assignments Li the Salad Bowl game against. ths-Bor- der Conference all-stars in'Phoenix Dec. 31. : 13i-(CH) forfeited - (L o h'g e n sprained ankle)..: ·"'*'. ] 3 8 -- T e r r y (FL)' decisioned Houser, 2-1. 145-^-Chrlstianson (FL) rtecision- ed W. Magnuson, 6-«. 154--Heimbichner (CH) won by default over Huett. ·165--Cruz (FL) decisioned Hen neck, 6-2.' · _ . 175--H. Magnuson (CH)' pinned Megrete, 1:15. Heavyweight -- .B 11 ell (CH) pinned Mora, 3.25. Exhibition (112)--Bibbs (CH) de- cisioned Z»rgosa, 12-6. ' packed base, 2 inches ne^ powder snow. . . . . . ... · .Aspen -- 36 Inch Kase,.5 inches powder at siiudeck; 23.,inch base, 3 'inches powder at bottom." r " Berlhoud Pass -- 38.;inch' base, 14 inches powder at top; ,14 inch base, 10 inches powder at.'hqtto'm', -Loveland Basin.--.38 inch base, 12 inches powder. Steamboat 'Springs. -- 24 inch base, 4 inches powder." ' ' ·' ' .' Winter Park -- 32 inch base, ! 6 inches powder at top; 14 inch basej 5 inches powder at bottom. ..Cliniax -- 50 inch' base, iz inches powder.' . ' ' ' . · ' ' ' Cooper Hill --'31 Inch base.'" Wolf Creek Pass -- 36 inch bascj 24 Inches powder. ' : ' · By THR ASSOCIATED PRESS' . Four of the college football teams t h a t . will play · In major bowl gatTjes'Jan..-2 were chosen "automatically" when they won conference - championships. Another, a second place team, was clcs Ignatcd hccause-the Jitlist was in. eligible to return,* second time. These ,confcfcncc-bowl iicujis have been a controversial,subject 'ver since the Big Ten and Pacific .Coast Conferences signed their first Rose Bowl · agreement. They're'no less controversial tills year, .the ( annual Associated Press post-season survey indicated.' '... _ The 14D sports writers and broadcasters .. participating ' expressed some decided opinions but very little agreement. Their'ballot was 67-56, against'. the lieups' with 22 non-committal replies. ' . . ^ 'About the only'point .on which all hands seemed to agree was lliat th'e games themselves'would be bcltc'r and .more" 1 interesting \l the'champions were allowed to go to a 1 bowl'every year. ' ' ' : · The Big'Ten and PCC have a rule that the same school can't play In the .'post-season-game two straight years; The Big Seven has similar regulation in 'connection with the Orange' Bowl, in which it opposes the Atlantic * Coast'"Conference. The Southwest Conference is committed to send' its champion to the Cotton Bowl without such' restrictions. · : · ·As a result, Michigan Slate/instead ol champion Ohio Stale will play'In the Rose Bowl-next January. Last -winter: .Nebraska,! i» weak second i n ' t h e Big Seven, was slaughtered by Duke in .the Orange Bowl. . - - . . ; · = · i . A isubstanliol'number of .those who voted against the tieups based tbelT: nhjrrlinns on: these-i-'no repeat"'rules. A good mnny -who favored them entered: the, same objection. . · . : : . ' . , .,:. ·. · ; - . Principal arguments In favor of the tieups were that they eliminate "shopping around", competitive.'bidding for the top teams and a : wild scramble at. the end of the .season. , · . . . . - - ·.' . - ' The 1958 U.S.G.A.'Amaleur Pub-'| held July 7-14'at.the Hafdin* P«% r lio) Unk"cKa'nTpIonshlp".wlU be | course'In San.Ffanciscb. . , " ' . ' " ' : ' Mines Whips- Lowry DENVER tn -- Colorado Mines used Curlis Crook's 27-point scoring cplurie.to-troiince Lowry Air Force Base, 64-50, in an exhibition basketball game Thnrsday night. . Rudy Drobnick's IS poinls were high for'the airmen. - , ·The teams meet igain Friday night. · ' . : USE THI TRIBUNE WANT ADS Tenth St. Phoni 314 THUJISDAY'S FIRirrs ' ' . · IT THE ASSOCIATED F R E S i - · · , , LOS ANGELES -- Floyd pall«;r«en, 178\i Brooklyn, ilopp^rt Jimmy S!ade, : 180, M«w ' ATLANTIC CITY.-- JaV« Joiaio,' HJ«, PhlladclpUa, atoprcd Arthur rerslcy, 13S« Denver University: Plays in Long Beach Tourney LONG BEACH, Calif.'W -- Major college baske'iball cumuS lo the'Long Beach City:Collcge.gym- nasium - Friday n i g h t - a n d Saturday as-Purdue »iid Denver Universities tackle Southern · California and UCLA.'- '' . · Southern Cal, loser.to top-ranked San . Francisco "University last week, plays. Purdue, and ; UCLA takes on Denver.. Saturday .'night It will be UCLA-Purdue and-USC- Denver. " . ' UCLA' "dropped its" opening games to Brigham.. Young last week, while Purdue defeated Missouri ana Denver won from Colo ; rado Mines and Regii College, - Ilcd' ClO: La'., 6. NEW YOEIK (Sunnyilrtc Gaidea) --Clarence Ftoyd, 1S8M, New York, outpointed Joe BUtXvsocd. 163, rat«non, : N. J., I. E U R E K A , - C a l l l . - -- nay Caslro. 131, Los Angeles, and Slan Seriucira, IK, OAk- lanil. CalLI.. drew 11. ·- . · / illNNEAl'OLIS -- Glen FlanafariJacWi GTavea bout pauponrrl ta Dec.' 2}.' XHUIISDAY'S iroCKEY . · · · · · - " - B r - T H R ASSOCIATED P K E R f ' NATIONAL .LKAflUE - - .; . Montreal 3, Toronto 1. . . Boiton 3. HptroU 2 Kiel. ' ' INTEKJfATIONAI; LEAGUE . , , Cincinnati '5, Fort Wayne -J. 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