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Bears, Wildcats Cop First Wins Late Rally by Colorado State Downs Southwestern, 69 to 58 ; · Colorado Stale, playing its third " game of the new basketball reason, posted its first victory Friday night, ' defeating Southwestern college of Winfield, .Kan., 63 to 68, on the -' Gunter' hat' floor befo.'e a sparse crowd. ;. ' C ; Slale led most of the way, bill the Bears, almost falling viclii.'s to spells o'f lax ball-handling and-re" bounding^ had to rally in the lale stages of Ihe game to beat the fast\ breaking, ball-ha\vking MoundbuiCd- ^ ers from Kansas. , Dick Daughcrly, Don Scheid, Dill Wright and Galen Bowles participated in a run of points enabling % . the Bears to overcome ;iie Kan: ; «ans' after C-Siatc had fallen be', hind 57-51 with 5:04 left to play. ,',.'· Daughcrty topped Ihe scorers .- with 21 points, many of them coming on occasions when the Bears were in a hole. Scheiii, the Bears' ··*···· ··/ Idaho State Wallops AM POCATELLO, Idaho i.fl -- Idaho Slate College foughl off a late Colo- .rado AiM rally Friday right to lake a M-54 victory, its first of the season. · A f t e r taking a 28-23 lead at half time, the Bengals spurted to a 39-25 lead in the opening minutes ofthc 2nd half. . T h e ' R a m s came back to pull within 'four points before the Ben- gals rallied again to pull out of danger in the closing minutes. ' Center G a r y Ilibbard of Colorado AtM and forward Lcs Roh of Idaho Slate tangled ir. 5 scoring · duel, with Ihc 6-0 Ilibbard winning with 25 points. Roh had 22. EacTr made 17 in the.1st half. Ilibbard was almost Ihe entire offensive show for Ihe Hams, as ht hit 11 baskets on hook shots from all over the floor. The Bcngah managed a light defense on the rest of tlic Colora- doans. Deaths hnd Funerals SINDBRLAH · John George Slnilerlar ot 1210 Fifteenth nvenue. Father ot E. W. Sl.nde'rlar ot Los Angeles, Cal'it.; brother ol Mrs. .Anna Lonhart-of Grceloy, Mrs. Emma Gunther bt tSoldon anu ·Mrs. Bessie Hoffman ot Chicago. Services and interment at Cicero, 111. WILLIAMS -Emmetlo Williams ot 205 6th Ave. Arrangements Later. next besl iKiinlmaker, got 10 points, seven being important points in the rally. . . · J. C. Louderback and ' his ever- hustling, teammate, Lafayette Noi*wood, led Southwestern's scoring with 15 points apiece. Norwood con- nccled o 10 out of 10 free throws. Colorado Slate, which opened Us! season with a pair-of losses to the Colorado Aggies, jumped into a 3-2 lead, but Norwood, Cliff Kr.ter and Ixmderback whittled away at the gap with baskct-s. Loudcrback's basket close in with J3:26 loft lo play in Ihc half gave the Mound- builders a 12-1J lead. - ' Norwood stretched -the Kansas margin lo H-ll on a pail- of free throws. But a basket by Bob Tucker, followed by two baskets by Daughcrty, got the Bears back in the lead ai;ain at 1J-14, and C- State at one time led as m u c h as eight ..points before (he half ended. The Bears held leads ranging from two t o - n i n e points thru the first 11 minutes of the lasi half and were in front, "18 lo 43 going into Ihe last .nine minulcs. Johnson drilled a basket from 1 the corner, but Tucker-countered with pair ot free throws and G-Stalc again led by five at 50-15. Southwestern, repeatedly. erasing C-Stalc leads, narrowed the Bears' m a r g i n to 50-19 on baskets by Johnson ar.d I.oiidrcback. Tucker eased the situation with a basket, but Johnson':, accuracy at the free- throw, line cut his loam's deficit lo 52-51 with 7:11 remaining. A't 5:31 Bin Wright fouled Norwood and the little guard dunked two more free (hrows, giving Southwestern a 53-52 edge. The Bears got I h c - l e n d back, briefly at 54-53 when Fri,nk Kinney scored on two free throws on Louderback's foul. The visitors then moved to their 57-54 lead on a basket by Louderback and a pair of free throws by Norwood following,a foul by Kinney. Jack Kaler's fifth foul with 4:47 left enabled Daugherty to pick uo' two free throws, and when Cliff Katcr fouled Scheid with 2:50 to go, the latter added another point lo Ihe knot Ihc score at 57 all. Jim Heed then fouleii Daugherly and his two free throws touched off the Bears' strong-finish, during which the Moundbuilders managed only one uoiril, a Jree throw by Norwood after. Ihe final buzzer. ··Beginning of Ihe Christmas holiday at Colorado Slate Friday cut lavily into the atlendance. . , outhwesttrn (58) ft Ft PI Grantiy Hoopsters Singe Laporte by 56-3?- Count · LAFOliTE · -- Laporic suffered its second defeat of Ihe season in the hands of a taller and more experienced Granby learn here Friday night by a 5C-32 score. , Duanc Knox Icrl the home team in iis offensive drive with a total ol six points from Ihc field, lie was cashing In on .short jumps. G. McLean was Ihc big gun for the victors wilh a lolal of 19 poinls, 11 from (he field moslly on drives. Lanbrtc, wilh an entirely fresh squad (his season, looked- sharp on Ihc boards bul just couldn't find the basket In Ihc first half the team hit 15 per ccnl'of thc'shols fronr Ihe keyhole area. In the second half Ihcy only hil 25 from the same place.. Grinby (54) Good Laman Mcl.tfan Bloom Knox Morrow Davis .Fesler Jenkins McKenzic. Granby I^aporte f Laporte ill 2| Lowery 0|B. Knox SMunn 0[Wilhrow 1| Elliot UlDavcy O^Guisingcr 0| Smith 2|Welton O'Keilh I Vigil , [. Knox '--I ' 23 10| · ,12 13 19 4 5 3 (32) fg ft 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 .0 3 Greeley Builds Good lead, Then Coasts lo 41-34 Win over Indians J2--5G 14--32 Free throws missed: Goorl, Mc- Lcnn, Bloom 2, Knox, ' Morrow, Davis" 4, McKenzic; Lowrcy 3 f B. Knox iWthrow 2, Guisingcr, Smith, \Vclton 2, Kcilh 2, D. Knox 2. ecord EQHNEIDER i-aurft. O. Las t i i. Rclineidcrj j Mexico. Daugliler 'o( Emma- SchneSdbr ot Denvor. Mother of Harold Scbnel- der, Las Cruses,- New Mei.co. SiBter ot Mre. Jnmcs .Gal- Ingher,, Wolf Potnr, Mont.; Vernon' Schneider, M{|-.ot, N. .Dakota;' 'Cheslcr -Schneider, Johnstown: . Roy Schneider and Mrfc. Hoy Eppero'n ol Denver;' Karl Kchneirler ot .Grton Bay, Wis. ArrangB- 'meats later. Kibbcy Funeral Home Level and, Colorado BTOTTS 'James O. StotlB. Husband' of Helen Siolls. Father of James G. Jr., Roliert Ross, Richard '.tee and Donotta Kay, Brother of Frei!, Murl nnd Charles nlso ot Mrs, Margaret NVfblt, Mrs. Jrmn Asher anil Mrs. Bernico. : Swafrord. Funeral Monriny at '. "2 p.m. at United Presbyterian church In. l.ovelancl. Interment at Loveland. . Richards Mortuary · ,windior t 'colo. TELLER . Harrison V. Teller of Windsor. Husband of Grace Teller; father o f ' ' M r s . H a t l i e Simmons of Denver, Harrison R. Teiier .of Ft. Collinn, Mrs. , flertrude Ratliff ot Denver, . ' }v.rs. J e a n e t t e Smith ot Powell, \\'yo f , and U. Floyd E. Teller of U. S. Arn.y, brother of Miss Emma Teller of Sterling. Eight grandchildren Also Hurvive. Services Monday 2 p.m,, Richards ' Chapel, concluded by Rev, Herbert Cies ' and Windsor Masonic Jxxlge. Interment .Lakeview, Your Sympathy expressed In Floral Piece. F L O W E R S BY' "Clair Louise" · · G R E E L E Y F L O R A »07,16th St. . , Phone 90 :3903: CALL SKYSCENE, 3903, for MEMORIAL SPRAYS ; . · i «=^ l»» ·" · ;, Alias Xcro 62 Harold Adcoc orsylh, ( ihnson, g Katcr, f 3 ___ 1 Kaler, I _1 ] ^uderback, g ilburn, f .... orwood, g ,, ccd, c cilchick, g 7 . 3 3 3 _ 0 o!o. Still (H) ucker, 21 16 19 Vilham, g Vrisht, g Lyons Narrowly Defeats Milliken LYONS -- Lyons eked out a 45 41 viL-tury over Millikcn. Friday night In a rough Upper Plillc Valley league basketball game in which 44 fouls were called. The winners had a 28-lg lead aj intermission, tmt Ihcn Millikcn threw on an all-court press which was very effective and brought Ihe losers back into conlentio- · Wayne Williams and Bob Lasly were Ihe big thorns in the Milliken press as Ihe Tigers garnered 19 poinls in Ihe third quarter to come within four points at Lyons. Dick '.Yeese paced the Lyons' clul), counting 12 poinls and doing a good job of rebounding along .wiUi Richard Von .r.cggcrn as Lyons dominated the boards. The game became falrlytjwild in the .second h»lf, Miliken . winding up with 25 fouls and Lyons wit] 19. Milliken won the B ga-mc, 30-2. Millik.n (41) Lyon. (45) f a Fl| F g Ft Williams, f 5 OjWeesc, - f 4 4 Wailcs, f 2 I'.McAllistcr, g 3 Fuller, f 0 0|Bloomfield, c 2 Malik, c 0 .l|Ford, f 2 0 Lopez,, g 4 5|Von Seggern 1 0 Belz, g 1 2|.McCain, g 2 Lailey, g 2 0|D. McCain, g 2 Onorato, g 1 2|Simonlon, g 1 [Scotl, 1 0 -'-I 15 11| · 15 15 Millikcn _ 5 13 18 4-4 Lyons _..: -------- 11 17 13 4--45 Free ' throws missed: ; Wailcs Malik 2, Lopez 3, Betz 5, Lasley Onoralo 3; Wcese 2. McAllister 3 IBoomficld 2, Von Seggern 2, G McCain 6, D. McCain 3, Simonlon 3, Scott. After getting a substantial 18 point Ihird quarter lead, Grocloy's Vildc.its took it easy in Ihe fourth quarter and alm.ost gol caught as they, boat C'hoyennc 41-34 in Ihe opening game of Ihe home'season for Grccley at the. Eighth Avenue Gym Friday nighl. The Wildcats j u m p e d lo a six poinl 'lead early in tile g a m e and never once losl that 'lead. The closest the Indians ever got lo Greeley afler'lha't was at the close of the initial period with the score 8, 4. · In ' I h c second quarter Pratt, Larry Hoffnor, Gordon Adler, Pratt again, an;! Larry Anderson boosted the Creole^ score to.18 before Ctiey- enne had a chance to sink a single bucket. Grccley's lead kept rising until Ihe end of the fliird period when Greeley had an 18 point advantage o v e r , (he Indians. Then the Wildcats stopped cold. Mot until wilh only two minutes and 30 seconds left in Ihe game did Frank Car bajal sink a free "Ihrow for [he Wildcats. Adler, Pratt, and Hoffner all had trips 'to the free I h r o w . line but all missed Hoffner, wilhin the last minute,- dropped Iwo more free throws lo end (lie Wildcat scoring for the quarter and game. ~~ Before Carbajal dropped his sole shot, Cheyenne clicked with four field goals and* a free throw' to close (he 18 point gap lo 38-29. - Greeley. seemed to b e - c o l d ' a l l evening hilling only 30 percent.of its' 58 field goal attempts Pratt was high p o i n t / m a n ot Ihe game wilh 13 poinls, 12 of which came on field goals. His shooting percentage was 4Q as was that of Anderson who totaled eight poinls. Adler was high m a n . o n a percentage basis wilh 43 percent made ami totaling six points. Hoffner ·nade a nine point total, but only our of the nine were from Ihe floor Hoffner was Ihc big man for Greeley on the backboards. Me lulled in seven rebounds on of- cnse and 10 on defense for the Vildcats. Pratt was strongest on he offensive boards wilh six re- ounds to four 011 defense and Ad, er gol six and three. Dennis Lohse was high polnl man for the visitors .with eigh' points. He made his three fielc goals in the last IZ minutes of ac .ion. Terry Happel was secom high .on the · Indian squad will seven 'points/ Cheyenne's 6-5. Frank Baber-was Ihe Indian high man. on rebound Halftime: C-Stalc 30, Soulhwest- irn25. Free throws missed: Southwestrn: Johnson 2; C. Kalcr; l.ouder- lack; Jlilburn 3;'-Reed 2. C-Stale: Tucker 2; Daughcrly; Bowles 2; Diehl; Scheid 2; Hynck. . East Throttles Boulder, 47-40 BOULDER-East high school's ]2sl;ctball team, with C e n t e r Chuck Newcomb tossing in 21 loinls, scored a 47-40 victory over :he Boulder Panthers here Friday, Boulder, outscorcd from the field, 19 goals to 8', stayed in the game wilh phenomenal free throw shooting. The Panthers bagged 18 of 20 tries. East was scheduled lo play at Greeley Saturday night. 47 Williams Merrill Toolhakcr Mason Newcomb Lanam AHbergcr Downing fg ft.Bouldtr 44 fg ft 6 2|Cassidy 0 OJWagoncr 0-Slancato l(llahan. S|!Iochne 0;Barlelma 0 llubbard I'Guiak PtTTSBUnGII IR-John (Homis. Wagner, considered by many Ihe greatest shortstop ever to play baseball, was buried Friday in Jefferson Momorial'Park. He diei Tuesday at the age of 81. MIAMI, Fla. (fl -- Prince John winner of the world's richest horse race al Garden Slate Park in Oc (obcr. has a broken bone in hi; right forefoot and may miss thi Kentucky Derby next May, il wa reported Saturday. ng. However, Grecley dominated loan! aclion in the.first hall al most completely. In' the sccont Cheyenne foughl its way in [o even.board play. The game was Greelcy's second of the year, wilh a close loss tc North high of Denver last Friday in Denver ending C9-GS. Saturda. night the.Wildcats were slaled ti tangle wilh East high, again on thi Eighth Avenue Gym floor. Throughout the game Frida; night Greeley seemed.lo be holr ing back, In Ihc fourth' quarter however, the Wildcats were jus stalling the ball and the Ihre poinls t h a t - w e r e made for Gree ley came from the free throw line The stall was apparent espccia ly wilhin the last three minutes o play when Carbajal and Anderson Grccley's two short guards, kep (he ball to themselves. There-wer apporlimilir-s for the ball lo, be worked inside for easy layups, bu the pair kept the stall going unl within the last minute when ag grcssivencss on the part of Chej enne forced the ball from Carba jal's hands. A free Ihrow arid a quick baske closed the gap to 39-32, and agai the stall, slarte'd working. Hoffnc was -fouled, m a d e both his shots and on bringing the ball down,.i the last 15 seconds, the Indian clockr-d with a set.from the corne lo end the scoring. Because Greeley was holdin Whadda Ya Mean? 19 9j 11 18 44. 11 11 11--47 . 8 11 11 10--SO Brown Come of Age' CHICAGO W -- 'Last year Eddie Brown of the Chicago Bears threw only 17-passes as a pro football freshman. Ha completed 10 for 283 yards a g a i n s t the. Detroit ; Red Wings, Brown hclp'-d the Bears make it six straight by completing ].*l of 18 passes for 221 yards, an ayjirage of 14.73 per completion. l=ir» In hit «y«j, Wichita University bask.[bill coach Ralph Miller charges onto tht court it heigh! of Ihe gam. with Univ«r«iry of KiniM to point,out whit hi thought was »n overlooked foul play by r«f. Jot Conwiy. Ignoring Miller's acliom, Conwiy let a Kin- l»» bilktt count ind rh» Jiyh»wk» ultimately won, 54-55. (AP Wireptiolo) i). ack for the East game, it is hard tell the complete potential of ic squad, However,. after the last game more can be told as to ic power of the Wildcits, heytnne (34) '. appel, f acobson, f click, f )hse, f. aber, c lumpf, g 'right, g . Aitchinson, g ritlenden, g .rmijo, g Jr.tl.y'(41) .dle'r, i Tall, f /right, f - ioffner, c .nderson, g tiller, g 'arbajjl, g Cheyenne Ireelcy : Free throws ft f t ' 3 1 i i i !o 3 ' 1 2 0 0 0 .'-1 14 8 12 17 T 10 . 4 10 1 13--34 . 8" 18' 12 3--41 missed: Happel. Lohsc 3, Slumpf, Crillenden 2; Ad er 4, Pratt J, Hoffner 3, Carbajal. Eagles Quell Nunn, 53lo 42 WELLINGTON -- Wellington, notching a blazing 47 "per ' eenl rom th? field the first half, took a 53-42 Upper Platte Valley league jasketbail win over Nunn Friday niolil " The Eagles, with Jerry Rice counting' 22 points, 12 of them on rce throws, actually gained most f their "margin at the free throw i n e, howev er. The rou gh game aw N u n n - a s s e s s e d 20 fouls lo 11 or Wellnnglpn. The Eagles cashed n 19 limes. Besides shooting well the first .wo ciuarters, nice and Jim Leb sack gave Wellington the bigger share of the rebounds. in took over in the secoru with Jim Turner leading the way, and the Terrors w#re able lo cut deep into the Wellington lead before the"; Eagles'got going again. Turner with-15 points Lee Bartlett with the same, num ber, gave Wellington" moat of it: [rouble. Wellington also won the II ({am? 49-30. Wtlllngt»n (SI) |Nimn (42) f9 ft Lcbsack Mailed Rice' Havens Jordan Bender 2 Hutchison 5 1 Bartlett 5 12[Turner 3 4 [ Diehl 1. 0| Peterson 0 0| Wellington Nunn . Free throws IT 19| _:_14 8 Hr * 6 5 2 2 15 1 16--5, IS-- 4 missed: Lebsack Mailed 2, Tlice 3, Havens 2, Bend crs; Hutchison 2, Bartlett, Turne 3, Diehl, Peterson 2. Wiggins Edges Bearcats, 47-41 WIGGINS _ Wiggins used .il superior height lo control ih backboards and take a close 41-' win over stubborn Ault Poudre Valley league first roun game'Friday night.' The Tigers, although running.u a 13 point lead at one point in th game, were hard pressed by-Aul which put on a fourth quarte spurt that was just short. Allen Von Ixih, Fred Frihauf an Jim Thompson led the way o boards for the winners, with Ra Baer also helping out. Ledfor topped the Wiggins scoring wi( 14-points. . · · Joe Martinez was the 'Ault's bi. gun, counting five fieWeri, mas of thorn on Jump shots from ft out, plus nine for nine at cahrii lane for 19 points. Wiggins stretched its lead in th second and third quarters befor Ault made ils late bid. . Aulf won Ihc B game, 23-13. Wiggini (47) Aglt (41) *fl ft] Von Ixih Frihauf Rohn Thompson I.cdford Howcll Baer 5[Martinez IJHarring l|Wood 1|Foster · 2| Wood manse 7|Spencer 0| Graff 1517) * 11 Wiggins 11 15 14 7--4 Ault · . 12 a 7 14--4 Free throws missed: Von Lo 4, Frihauf, 'Rohn, lUdford Howell 2, Ba«r; Wood 4, Fosli 4, Spencer 2, Graff. PASADENA, Calif. tf» -- Th 10th' annual Junior Rose Bow] foo ball gaov wilt favored Comptc of Califflrnia against Jones of M sissippi Saturday. H promised a other interesting chapter in th series of interseclional games b tween leading junior colleges. SCOXES COLLEGE ·A»KKTKAtt, »j THE AMOCUTED FHEM Utit, suit M. Waiha Stale «. ; WaihlD«[M. 71, Btykff «.- · -·- ScXICe U. 77, SiaU CUr« $3. Tulii M. DraVr li .' i tlML n, BilUmon U. JSt. ' , uqu* 7J, »-j*n ViiU (low*) W. ' W. V*. Tech 113. Potomac Stale 91. Jowt H.-5o-jth*rm MvtbodLxt «. '· · .fce.ut Mlmuri «7. C.Mtria (St. ) « . . . · *. raika 6, Texai Tech « («vtriim*. WfUmar Uo*a) M, WIJM (Neb) «9. CQicoriii Nt) II, Tul.lt («·) ». KaUmknxi 74, Olivet «. - " · j Duk* tt; Swjlh-Cirellia «7. ' - ViUiBtr* U. NI»i*ra 70. ' ' Oitdro« (Nib) M, MM!a*d Ntb 71. Ttsii Wttttrs «2, Wi»hft (St. LouliJ K. UlakrLll. AriiMB «. UCLA «4, Dtnver *0, . Idaho Stilt «, Colon** A t M M. Cornell (Iowa} t7 Ixrn (Jew*) 7T, »flh»«jt CommumlLy (Wyo) 91, SeMti- ff Ntb) JC C2. Irighim Young 72, Dr«on 41. i f . Waitn 71, fit. Jcpph'i F* *J. - a y e t t i 97. Dflawan «. . . AihUnd «I, Wi]mlm«!M 71. ' ' Niw M«ko HlfUaftdi M, - SI. Miry'i WtH VUiIaU M, WaiKa it 1** 11. ; tforth Ctro.laV. W, Gtorjria T«ck W. Upiala 75, B*i(wk« M. . Brooklyn Celine Aft, Qu*«a« KY) 44. Lak* lT«iu.) f7, XivJjr EN«w Orlfani) Texa» M, 8ia itvi tlatV Din* C Nib) 74, E akot · Weifc JAB 71 . JUo Crude 71, Wifetrtere* K. Sioux Filli. Cclltft- n, Bethel (Mtu) Southern (ID) Tchii H, 3fho*l of Mint* ID) 71. · · , · J*IK«H«WB Cell,;,!, (ND) M, Concetnia tfinn) 45. St. Cloud Trtrj W, Michlfaa Ttch 19.' Colorado State I), Southwestern lKao ollect M Or«xon 5tt(* '5), Wjoralfil 4«, · Moalina 71, Id»h* M. Colcale 7S. BuckscU 72. LjMmiajt H, WaihiDfloa C«Ut|t II. Colin* ef P»tiftc 79, Chlco 5t*t* W. Utah 119, Arizona 45. ·Nebraska «?, Texas Tech *3. Br THE ASSOCIATED PEE5R North D*nv*r-7(, Colorado Syratt *1. Eiit Denver *7, Boulter 43, Denver M*nu»l 51, Weitmlniter 3t. So-Jlh Dfnver W, 1 Fart 'Colliej 43. Gre*:«y 41, ChFyrxnc 34. Fort MDriia S3, W h f i t fUrJo 47. Laktftood M. Ciaoa City 44. Purblo «. Rocky raid «. Brighten 4A, 1 I^Vtlind 41, . Cd»r«di* M. GunnUoa 11. Primero 45, JUaurx.1* 41, D*nr*r Chriillti il, Kiowa 4, Deav*r Ml. C»rn.e] «, St. JoM9h'i », I*r\v«r Ciliwiral 3(. Holy rttnllr 33. M*irJ «, Windsor 40. UtLlrlen 41. rjbryrllr IT. FUUeviH* i«, Tlainitk u. - Wigfini 47, Attlt 41. K*rs*r M, Nuaa «. Grqrer 67. Pierre 4J, Striitoo 47. Hugo *4. D*nv.-r «. FrinclJ 45, Dtar.tr MuUtm J1. At«med« |6/CajUe Rock 51. W « i l , D « r \ v t r K, LonimMt ii. Wjiv-trly (0. Gill 34. Lyons 43, iMIUI1(«n 41. Gr*nd Valley «9, Silt 3J. . · Firinloifoa (LV.M.) Tt, IXjr»B*O X. Olithe u. CrawFoid 47. Rifle 34. Mootroie 12. PaLiiade il, FnSUville C«alral M Hiydtn 51, M*tk*r 42. Sl*atnbo*t SpriB(« B3 f WiWtB 41. DiB«que 37, Rldiwiy 25. Grtnd Oucctlon 51, D«[U 3f. . Cherry Cr**k 42, JtUho Spiinn M. LJmori 67, Cheyeflae W113" 51. Jeff*iioa 41, Amdi il. Gyprj^n 35, Eijle 3J. A d i m » City +*, GoH*i 4*. " Brtckenrtdfc C4, Woodlind Ptrk M. RtddUf U, N^erlnd 47. Cripple Cr*»k-Vic!or 45. G*aritlow* 21, Ccxiral Clly S4 f j Fjjrpliy -J3. irover Dumps Pierce, Jtf to 45 PIERCi; -- Grover's Jickrah nis won their Upper Platte con erehce opener, 67-45 from Pierci Triday nightj piling up a king izel 22-point'lead at the.haU D{ coasting the rest of the way. Big (6-3V4) Ralph Palmer led he way for the Jackrabbiti, can ning 24 points as well as playing n outstanding rebounding f a m e Teaming with Palmer was. ftoo 3air who 'added'his share to-. tb« rebounding of . the lanky Grove: squad. . . ' Nick .l/)bato, biggest..man Of :he. Panther quintet, garnered i rharkers for the lot-en. · Grover won the B game opener 35-21. . · · Srov.r'(47) |Pkrc. (4!) Bair { · 4 2]Cozad f 0 Krier g S 2JA. Lobato 1-0 Timm (. .3 3|N. Lobato e t Lambert g 0 0|Grogan ( . I Sorenson f fl 2;Jones g ' 4 Thomp'h g 1 0|l!irsch f 1 Palmer e S - 8! Schneider g 0 Hubble f 3 oj . Koenig g S o -i Sinock g 0 0| (ersey Blasts Warriors, 2615| ·IT Grqver 10 »0 17 Pierce J S I 1»--45 Tree throwi missed: B«ir 4 Krler 1, Timm J,' Hiihble 1; A Lotalo 1, N. Lobito 5, Gro|ln : Jones 3, Hir«ch 1. ' ' Gill Five, GILL -- .Wiverly tri«'pUd Gi Friday riight, 60-34, in in Uppe Platte Valley league biiketea game, taking, · 3J-7 hiUtirre ]«· nd coasting in. Waverly dominated thf 'i.ntir game, taking over on tie,board and taking charge of »I1 dtpar ments of play; * . · . Charles Warren with nine poinl and John Carlson with fight bf«( ed Gill'% pliy. . .'·; · Gill won the B g|m'e, 35-17. W.ytrly (M) ff rtf ill (M) · An den on 1 n|R 0 t|, Jaeger . S -3|Foos Steihbook Matney Schmer B. Gibbeni C. Gibbeci Aekerman Stefftflf Waverly Gill _ · 1 Carlson 4- 0 H. Bruce S 2 Carpio " Stencel D. Bruce .Warren llGoualei jsitzmii i is--3- Free throws missed: Jaeger Steinbock, Matner 3, Schrner, B Gibbens, C. Gibbeas 3, Ackermai Stef/ens 2; Foos 2, Carlson e, Ca pio, D. Bruce J; Warren 3, Go: '"'** S* zales. ige 4 GREELEY THIBUNE Saturday, Dec.' 10,;}955 . . B y JACK H A N D CHICAGO.«! -- Sugar Ray Robison rolled back the-year's and ummoned one swift burst of-vio- hce from his" youth to knock oul »rl (Bobo) Olson in 2:51 of iho id round Friday night to become he first man ever to twice win ack the world middleweight 1 title. The sugar man frorh'Harlenv'a corned:3-l underdog'at .the age of i, suddenly burst into furious ae- on -in the -second: round yiith' a am of punches. A.right uppercut 'as .the 'final blow -that dropped Ison flat on'his'back. · Baldish Bobo, who'won the crown n an elimination scries after Hob- KERSEY -- Ervin Mondt con- nueri. his hot scoring pace by nning 35 points Friday night as Jersey's Demons blasted Fred' rick, 68-41 for,their first Poudre alley win. . · , Mondt, the big 6-4 Kersey center as scored 99 points.in his first hree games.this year -- a scor- ig clip of 33 markers per game. The Demons oulscored the War- iors in every quarter, including 25-15 last quarter scoring bar- age to clinch the victory. Teaming with Mondl was Dave ahie.lson and Doug Howard, who rabbed the lion's share of the ebounds. FrederickV Larry Petras and Uex Haltel kept I h e Warriors nances alive through most of the lit, wilh Petras 'displaying a.good ook shot on three key field goals i the-third period. The Frederick B.'squad nipped Jersey, 29-28, with the winning ield goal dropping in the last five econds.' (M) |Frtd.rick (41) fg H| . fg ft '4 6'|L. Ssiazar 7 ' OlPelras-. 14 7|raul 0 0|Ciocehetti' 2 0|Haltcl - )anielson ioward rlondl Slolarcxyk Giggy . Martinez McNeil Dilka ' Kersey Frederick 0 I j n . Salazar IDeSantis · --I 30 8|-,.. - - 16 _J 16 "11 16 25--68 · ' 9 9 8 15-41 nson ''retired" In 1952, rolled over on "one side and ihen.the'-'other as leferee Frank- Sikora';.: Wiled ''off he count of 10. , ·' '$·'·· 'i-y\\ ': . Jusl alter Ihc. fajal fcountV'Olson M g a n ' l o climb slowly, to ·'his-, feet,. )ut it was loo late. · ;.: ; · Robinson's jubilant corner^crew jotslered by others ;[r.om'::hls en- iouragc of managers, : trauier, po- icc 'and handlers hoisled..hiiri inlo :h'e air and toled him aroiihcl the ring in Ihcir excitement. 'fh.eyj held lim, up for several sccoiujs.'as JJ}e' crowd buzzed with excitement at .he Chicago Stadium..: ., ;.'.( . I f w"as the .second "time Robinson lad knocked out Olson and the :hird time lie had beaten .the Hawaiian-born mauler from San Frari- ' ·isco. Olson also was flatle'ncd ear- ier Ihis year, on June 22, when he ventured over his head into Ar- chie'Moore's light, heavy weight, division; . ' ' '.-.' Perhaps he still was gunshy from .he -Moore debacle. , Although no remalch conlracl was filed with the Illinois Athletjc Commission, Truman Gibson, secretary of the Inlcrnalidna) Boxing Club, said the two fighters ..had signed'contracts for another bout in 90 days if fplsott should lose. Platteville Nicks Timnath, 36 lo ]] PF.ATTEVILLE ,'j--_. PlAltcviUe forged ahcnd, in the - t h i r d - quarter of a i non-league ,'game here .Friday night to clip Timnath, 36 to 33. - ' . . ·· The Bears, after li-ailing llirough ihe first part of the gr.me, grabbed a 2-1-20 Jead at the end of the third quarter and splurged to a 30-20 inargin in the finai period before Timnath.started closing the gap. : Both learns posted popr shooting percentages .irhlI were erratic with their, passing and ball-handling. Rebounding was e v e n , w i t h Charles Vosmcra and ..Louis Mo'n- toya - leading the way for Platteville and larry Colter doing ft commendable job f o r ' t h e losers. Pepper Morgan ot Platteville was trie big scorer v. p ilh 14'pbinti. Platteville also won the B game, 56-51. ' · ' Timnath (33) Pl.tt.vill. (36) . I Fa Ft| Fg Ft 3. ijMontpya ..". 3 2 Fret' Throwi .liissed: Danielspn 4, Howard 5, Mondt 2, McNeal 1, Dilka 1; 1.. Salarar ; 3, Petras 1, Pi\il 1, Ciocchetli 1, Hattel 2, Hurtado 3; DeSantis 1, D. Salazar 1.- '·· ' · McClure Colter , Wolfe Kautz' . 2 0 Swanson Baros Timnath Mead Surprises Windsor, 49-t WINDSOR -- A strong Mead team paced by Allen Thompson gained a 49-40 non-conference basketball t win over Windsor. Friday night,' winning the game in the third" quarter. , ' In' that quarter, Mead made 14 points to Windsor's'4, with. Thompson pumping .in eight of his 21 points for the evening .in t h a t stanza. The BulldogSj with Thompson and big Jerry Sitzman leading the way, bad an adge injrebounds and made it tell in the third'quarter, when Windsor grew cold, and was unable to make-Ihe ball'stick in the hoop. Reed Warnick and Melvin .Martin did most of trie rebounding for the Wizards; Roland Marghtim. was the Wizard, scoring leader with 19 points. The Windsor team ap«ared a little flat. . · · Mead also won the B game,'4136, in overtime. WMur (4o) |Mud {49) ' ' fl| f* ft 2 j Jensen ; 0 0 Flores . ' D Winter : R u t l - Beibhert Bell : . Martin Warnick Margheim · 7 2 fl C 61 Ron Newton 4 Andrei McN'ibb Siebfrt 0| Sitzman 0 0] J. N'e'wton 1 3|R. -Newton 9| Eckel · OjThompsori 0]D, Hewton Free throws missed: Martin 3, Warnick 2, Margheim, McNabb 2; Son Newton Z, Sitzman, J. Newton, Rich Newton, Thompson. FRIDAY'S HOCXEV · · »r THI ASSOCIATED TXEKS ~ ·- AMEircAK LEAOVC .n«ralaod 3, 5prinir*M I . - ZA9TIEN LEAGUE NtWHavrl t. Pkllaclpha I. WZftTZXX LEAGTJB Saikat^v J, Retina 3 (tic). Umenian S ,Wleria X (t[«). Vanraurtr S. VTialpfg 1. COLLEGE . MichTfai 5, Konti DakoU I. Mkhlfa. 7tA t, SaDH St£. Mar^ Rt r^irai (Out.) 4. - · St.'LlwTCMI 3, R l n i M l a c r t l . ·ett.oo U i, Hanrard 3 (ridden deall UtI THI TRIIUNI WANT ADS 3 J|G. Vosmcra 0 0 3 6,C. Vosmera 0 1 lendrickson.0 3|HirscH:' - ".''2 0 su-nnunn' 9 fl'Whi+fjifl · 1 fl 2 b'Whitfed' 0 OlMorgan '11 llj · : .: -'"15 6 10 5 ' 14--33 9 12 12--36 'lattcvillo 3 ·'Free throws missed: - Timnath: VcClur'cV. Colter, 'Wolfe 2,- Couch, lendrickson 2, Swanson. Plalievilic: Duvall 3, G. Vosmera?2, C. Vosmera 2, Hirseh, Morgan. .itflefon Club'Nudges ;' Lafayelte by 41 io 37. \'^ LAFAYF.TTE - Littleton tumb- ed the ·Layfayetle Bobcats, 41-37, "riday night after lagging behind ' or the first three quarters. : After Larry Smith and Mike Wamcka had put the Bobcats in he lead by five points at- 3Z-ZT ioing inlo 'the final quarter,- the Lilllelon quintal dam'ped on a terrific man to man defense to hold the tiring Bobcals lo a'mere, five joints. r . ' ' - · . . . Littleton's last--period scoring featured two backbreaking" hook shots' by Sundine in Ihe'final minute and a half of the gam.e to ice :he victory. , '' The loss, wasi a non-conference game for Ihe'Bobca'ts against, one win. * .' Lilllelon Ihe, B game 29-17. (41) |Layf«yett. -'-.(37) Ff Ft! - ' 'Fa F t ' Sundine _ Hogarlh Hun I Ueilz Smith* Darker Robinson Lilllelon Layfayelle 4 2 0 *0;Harrison . 0 0 5 -IJManzanares -1 1 v 3,SmUh 3 4 .2;DcNovellis .1 1 0,T. Wancka, 0 · 1 6]Rush ;;...'. 2 · _i?i ai r-'. · * is "I , .is r ^_ 4 30 13 .14--41 6 12 14 5--37 Free throws rnised: Sundine 1, Hunt 2, Lcitz 1; M. Waneka 1, Smith 2, T. Waneka 2, Clair.'z. FRIDAY'S FIGHT ! ' : 3/ THE ASSOCIATED PICES CHICAGO -- Sugar Ray RobinMa, 159y, Xeir Y«rk, kcvxked out Carl (Bobo)' Olioa. 139H. San FraneUfo, 1 (RobjoioD reffalMd w«rld middleweight IRTe). · . . -; BcautlfuJ Gift Wrap For Ycur Gift. - n- Hallmark ind Tle-TIi ^

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