Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1955 · Page 5
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gaturday, Dec. 10, 1955 Utah Sets New Scoring Mark; Greeley's Gordon Adler makes a hook'wilh one minute/thirty seconds left In the firit of the Greeley-Cheyenne game. Dick Jacob-' ion, .16, Cheyenne forward, goes up with Adler in an attempt to block the ihor, but his efforts were- in vain. Cheyenne forward Terry Happel, 24,- and Greeley forward Larry Majors, 29, are 'shown Watching the action--Tribune Photo by Jerry Kessenich. "i . Down The Lanes Don Brown fired a 502 for Gree; ley Gasi in ife, Greeley Major ." league the past' round of play, fcut : otherwise it was a slower week t h a n . u s u a l here. '" ' That might make it a good time ' . ' to look at the" top'marks in the nation; some oJ the targets'tor local kcglcrs. : . ' · . Top scries in the country so far '." Is 814 rolled by" Dick Weber of "St. " . - Louis.' Lcc Zcndcr of Chicago has ... an '809; Joe Gazal of Tcaneck, . , N.J., 801; anil Bob Nickel of Toledo, 880. .'. · .. Best five-man team game in the '·: nation is 1231 by Wisconsin Bridge ,, of 'Milwaukee and Budweiser Beer. ', of St.-Louis." naetters of Milwaukee has a 1223 and Stroll's Beer .of De- "· trdit, : 1221.. . · ". ,," i Top five^cain scries is a 3515 by , Stroh's of, Detroit, in the-highest ^ : scoring match! of the.season.-Here's , . Str'ohjs . count--Ed Lubanski, : 227, 242|.258^-7?.7; Tom Hennessey,-235, 248, 278--761; Leo Jouglard, 225, 214, ,204--643; Tony .Lindcmann, 204," 266, -246--71B; Buzz .Fazio, 237, · 196, 235--668. That made games of ' 1128, 1166 and 1221. Stroh's"foe, . Pfeiffcr's"' had a total of 3418,. no mean 'shooting itself. Tlicrri Gib^ ' s o n - h a d 290, 217,.215-722; Harry .-- Smith, 184, 218, 220--622; Lou Sic- t laff,. r223, 245, .206-- 674; -, George · Young, '224, 245, 214--713; Steve i .Na'gy; 256, 226, 205r-«87,' Whew! . -Here's s glance at the -local ... scene. .. - ; i - -Commercial . .' · '·Biggest news here was. Morion's i 4-0 win over Garden City Lirjuor which gave the Plumbers. the league lead over GC by one game All the games were very close, the biggest' margin being Hie first, when' Horton booked'817 for 767 for GC. Gene Breetlen's 181 and 519 paceu'Huriuii's; r,sy Her'rick's ' 187 arid 527 headed Garden City play. Harris Oil is third, six games ·"··' out bllfirst; Wickland another two games back and Hep's still anoth- ''· «r-lilt back of Widtland Top individual mark of the week for Wheeler's; Bobby "Eldridge's 205 and Dorothy Hatch's 470 for Martin's: . . . . " ' ; . Erickson's is still far ahead,' and increased .its "lead with' a "blanking of 'F and P. Wheeler's and Dodd's are 14 games behind, with Martin's still another gaiie' back.' Gr'ecEty "Ma|or. .Top. firing of x the week · here, with. Don Brown's 136-231-175-602 for Greeley Gas leading the-way. Olhuf liii^hs included Vaul. Duni- ler's 180-237-^01--581 fpr Kimbrel; Glenn Bolierls'. 200-184-16^-561 'for Greeley · Gas; .'Jtich. Schmidt's up- and-down 130-241-187--558 for Norri's;' Jim Kochler's 188 and 507 for Casbar; Gene -'jN'cwlon's .508 for Greeley Gas; Lcckenby's 190 ' and Jerry. Stu'nkel's 510 for. Telchponc a n d . Telephone; -Duke . jchmilt|s 528 for iSorris;. Gustafson's'207 and 548 for Wnite.Horse. - ' , - . ' " - ' - ; : Greeley · Gas turned in . a - great team performance to blank Casbar and hold its game" lead over Kirri- irel, which white washed White lorse. Casbar iis three games out now, and Norris, four games back of f i r s t . . . . . . " , . . '·;';. r - ' _.:. Bowlorido Ladies:-' · '.-*· ·'.;-- By JIM-HARPS/EK ·· : Utah's mighty Kedskips'.cracked a school scoring -record and bu'ritd Arizona,- .'119-45, 1 but Skyline Conference .basketball jeams 'salvaged only four of - seven 'games 'with inferseclional-' 'opponents . Friday night · ; · ' · - .- ·-·:- ' ; .'. ·· "·'Almost;.as'. surprising ·: as thei Utes':victbry was Wyoming's-53-46 loss .to,Oregon.State.'.It;.'was the Cowboys' third'straight defeat. · -. '. Utah-'State . (4-0) . and Brigham Young.'University 1 (3'-0)- maintained their fast, pace :amt,· Svilh Utah; arc :lhe. league's, only .unbeaten .teams after less thai:.,lwi; weeks o f : action. · . · : ' · - ' - ' ,-.'·! r "Uiafi Slate nudged .Washington State, . 5 8 - 6 5 , - a t Pullman, 10th- ranked BY.U, trimmed .Oregon,.^61, and Montana (2-1) nipped Idaho, 70-65, i n - intra-league.; play against-Pacific Coast Conference opponents., ; ' i. Coast title conlendcr 'UCLA trounced .Denver .(2-1); 68-40, and Idaho. Stale o f . t h e Rocky Mountain ' Conference. 1 'beat "Colorado Atj! (2-1), 65-54,, 'Idalio Stab,- d'elcridirig. Rocky Mountain champ, ballooned a five- point hatftime advantage to a-39-23 lead early" In the second half: Colorado. AM,'.paced by center Gary HibbardY 25.points,.climbed back to 'trail by'fmir points late in the game butljt'w.as a / f u t i l e effort. All-conference Art Bun(e scorec 30 points -.in" slightly .more than one, hall in", leading Utah, .ranked No..5 in : the Associated Press poll over Arizona. The tjedsktns "frolicked t o - a ' 6 0 - 2 2 halitim'e advantage. / ° · ,. ·,,'". ' Utah's previous .scoring-record was, 109 .points last-year .against the University, of Hawaii^ Frankie Set To Fire . t CHICAGO..)* -i/fline b«ck«d; up for.' Sujjar' Ray Robinson-lin'd'noW rC'Crowne'd 35-year-old weight .champion -has middle- 'three- Frank Carbajal, IS, Wildcat* guard* is' shown on hit-way in f o r - , · basket [ale In the.seccnd period of the Greeley-Chayannej gime.F.ri- 'diy night. His itiot booiljd the Groeley lead to 23-10 it that point. Jhe Cheyenne man guarding Carbajal is.Herman Stumpf-and Chey.. anrt*. center Frajik'Baber, 17*-is; coming Into .-the action.-^Triburwj . ^ Photo' by Jerry KaastnTch. : : - - : · · - . ' ( . : · . · · · . . · m.bn(h,'WaIt for : .a r e l u r n . m a t c h with- dethroned, dejected Bobo ,01- .,..,,."-»: almost three.yearsMgo lo (he !day..(Dec.::.18,..1952) .Ihat Robinson abdicated^the.. 160-pound title he. viciously reclaimed, without loo.rnuch cash profit-,Friday night. . · . '. _i. : ..'.. ',-,. ..In what must be ralcd!one of boxing's..most brilliant comebacks. Robinson."knocked out a .'favored but_ befuddled, Olson in : a televised match at .Chicago Stadium!.'' j...,.- '..However,·;.-"Sugar. Ray's. $4t,428 purse was attached by the o feaeral government'for back income taxes, Tliis was/.lire', Robinson ^.oricf. rated (ho-.best piece,'of .fighting man per. pound.-in ,the history^ of the g a m e . ; ' - . · · '.,.-.. .'' Either that, or "the, 27-year-old Olson, -- beset' by . maril«lVf|iffi- culty : --, was i still shell-shoekcd froin. his third "round k i nockou(, 1 by light" heavy champ" ; Archio -Moore last June .22.' ... '. . ''_-, . · Olson finished his fourth'title.de- Lurching for Leather Greeley Cancly defeated Henry's 2-1 to keep its single game-margin over the Merchancttes. Henry.'s'is now five games off the pace; Mea : dow Gold is six back; Casbar, eight; and Hphrm.in's, ten.' ) ; . Highs Included-Hcliin:Ph'.ineh.art's 190 and Klsic Cfabb's 4B3-for Mc'a- Johnston's and 532 Wafch charm'rguard Joe Capua fircij · the Wyoming ..Cowboys throilgh · all but f h e t final .seven minutes. at'. Corvaliis,. Ore. Then the · sophomore-studded'- Beavers moved- into their first lead "at 3T-36, la,ler.fell.into a 42 : all tic, hut won going ayyy. Capua's 15 points were l)igh for the game. ·'.' - ·' Ulah"'Stale stalled o u t ' t h e final minutes after .Washington . State scored eight straight,points to whittle ah 11-pdint Farmer lead. Cen- .ler 1 .Joe..Lockyre canned, 17 'points for the Aggies. Little' Terry Tebbs, 5-foot-8.'BYU g' ' .· - ·. · -·-·^ 23-pO- ing '"Cougars-. took ,; their ' third straight f r o m ' a Pacific'Coast opponent.. They ^humped UCCA; twice last week. - . ' . i;.v ril ' !; 't. Montana .forward Ed BerquisI tallied nine straight,points' in a second-half rally that Irn'oved the Grizzlies ahead to slay in their conquest of stubborn-'Idaho'. Bcr- quisl had 28 marker's for the night. '.UCL-A . smothered -Denver's big scoring -threat, center-Dick Brot.1, ind- bree/ed "to a. "45-21: halftim'e margin.- .Brott. tallied . only six points. . " . - - . - . uard, · unnerved", Oregon' .wifh a 3-pojrif output, as .the shafpshool- ' " ' ' *-' lor Wickland. Other good rolling in ' eluded''Al Miller's 451 for Kinneys; 1 E: A: Brurnley's 178 and 513 for " Western TV; Leroy -Brown's 205 and 5Z8 for Hepp's; Ray Andersonls ' steady 116-176-160^18-for Repp's; '·' Picke'n's 177.and 506 for Coca Cola; ''' Bill'-Hayes 1 --' 191'-and Mayer's .50i * · for Greeley Electric; .OSes'. 190 am 470 f o r - B i g Boy; Short's 194 and '" Clark's:49J fot Harris;-and Yod 1' er's 491 fo"r.;Royer. ' ' - ' - . Sportsman . . -. Buell -Eorden" cashed in a greai - - 233 final game to top the tcagui '" individually and wound up with a ' 556 series, also best of the week. He " rolled hii" 155-158-233^56 for- Pepsi : ' Cola: ' ·'.- ' '·'·' ' Other highs included Ehrlich s 170 1 'and 4S9 for. Ehrlich Milk Transport; ' Gene Brecndch's 190 and Eli Anderson's 499 for Greeley Candy; 1 Chet March's 19! and Bob -Dirks'. 492 for Pcterson-Nordell; Les Mat- T sushima't 188 and Chuck Ur'ano's · '"· 494 for Greeley Maytag; George "' Jlatsushima's 221 and 512 and Van · .Isotani's 512 for . Gilcresl Farm; ; Jerry 'Wc'h'er's 519 for Pepsi;' Mit- chell's'198 and 405 for Rainbow; Reynolds' 388 and 488 for ROTC; Ken Ogata's 1M and Slug : 'Arakawa's 496 for Freeman's; Rey- ·"· nolds' 172 and '432 for Reynolds' Farm,Equipment; Kline;s 188 and r.-496 for Sinclair.'- ,. , . :;i Sinclair won.over Tipto'ns 3-1 to -' takeover the lead from Greclcy " *.* Candy,- which bowed'.to Ehrlich '.'^ by'the same m a r g i n . Sinclair now :".· has a two-game lead. Greelcy May- ·''· lag is now seven games out. of ·'=- first; and Freeman's, 1 40 games 206- and '503 . f o r Mcrchancltes; Dessa Lahdrum's 190* and '519 for Casbar; Delia Cunningham's 442 for CWA; Joyce Casseday.'s 181 and 518 for Mack's; iTrudy Todd's .180 and.480. for ..Greeley' Candy;- .-Mary Ludwig's" 171 and. 467 for' Henry's. Suburban .. = . . Ed's Texaco still leads here tty three games over AuEt Lions'de- spite a : 0 shutout by ,Nob'"'Hilt Tavern Wednesday. The : Lions gained with a 3 : 1 verdict.'''over Square Deal · Garage. .Farmers Union and Nob; Hill are. tied for third, five game ou^ of first; Home Light is eight games'back'pl Ed's. Individual'Hopners were Chuck Mitchell's 147-203;]89r-539, for Home Light and Jim Tokunag'a's 172-210138--520 for .Anlt. Other highs included -I.yle Krings' 182, ant, Walt Carroll's '461' fpr Square ,Dcal; Johnson's 184 and 432 for'jS'qb Hill; Giles' 165 and 163 for Ed's';' Klingenberg's ,193 and 492 'for- Farmers Union;'Bob Simmons' 467. for liapp's; Sakurai's 184 and-,459 for Tailtwislcr. : . Gonzales Beats as NEW ' YORK . tfl " -- Pro tennis players contend. they ought to be "heller than the: amateurs because they play against the best in. the world · every .night. : Richard (Pancho) Goniales/ who turned 'pro before he. ever reachct his peak' as an amateur -added a convincing bit of; evidence Fri day night as he set out to defem his laurels, against Tony Traber in the opening match 'of. a-1935-56 tour. . . . Two sets down after a hrillian start, by .the Wimbledon, French and U. -S. "champion, .Gpnzale nulled out the match,- .9-il,' 3-6 6-3,-6-2.-.,6;2. ' i As a clincher, 'Pahcho .Segura oldest' and .most" entertaining the- pros, took a'..6'-2 set from .ar '-.I out. ' :.Woman' Major .:- Betty;Sughroue topped play here :;:· with her' 168-172-188-^28 for Faly staff. .Other, high's included Ber- ·-- nice ' Hfiiluiscr's' 496 and Malve fi ·Weinmeister's20p for Dodd's; Will a V' 'An'de'rs'on's l«S : 'and Tr~udy Todd's Church - other . newcomer, Australia's Re: ' Hartwig'.' The two.Panchos teamei to "win an 8-6 'doubles set . f r o Trabert an'd : Ha'rivJig. " · ' " · - Larry Anderson's terrific 225-190195--610 for First, Baptist: was the big news here/ Other highs: Mc : nation's 185 a n d ' 485 for. First Melhodist; Stewart's 426'.for. Reformed Presbyterian;. JerVe's 434 for La' Salle Presbyterian;.Kick Croissant's 166 lor St...Paul : Con- prcgational; E. n.- Gilles'pie's 443 for First Christian No. 2; N'ewlon's 170 and .463- for-Park No. 2; Kaiser's 167 and 443 for First Pres- bylcrian; SageVs 172 and .459. for Trinity Lutheran;.Pearson's 178 and Aim's .469 for. Immanuel.Lutheran. , Bowlorarfo Major ( Jim Kochler's 180-189-216--585 for \yheeler's led the parade here. Verri West had a 203-193-17S-J-579 for Clancy's. : . ·; ; . ,".'.. .- ' . Other good marks included Glenn Roberts' 225 and 551 and Jim Try- /ler's 225 for Coors; Bbb : Gravalt-'s 200 and 527 for · Graybeal; Bud \Valterhan's 203-200-156-^5? and R'ich Schmidt's 205-171-178^554 for \Vheeler's; Lyle Krings' 188-165-211 --5C4 for Clancy's; Hank Reichert's 234-168-162-P561 and Paul Dumler'j 154-212-200V566 "for/-Za!e ---Lcc; Woodie-Knight's 190 and 534 for Cajer .'club; Swede Hemple's ant) Roy . Johnston's, identical 467's' for Shorts'; RiTss Clafi's 2~11 and Elmer PHILADELPHIA: wi _. A .rev able source saiU Friday t h a t !.Iir Trimble" will lose his job as hea football coach of the professions Philadelphia Eagles because of hi teVm's" 'di'sappoinlihg! 4-6-i showin this' season' and rumored 1 frictii with' players. - ' ' / ' '. . Fristrpm's..S5S ".'for Clja'pmar.-Mi Arthur! : ' . . : · ' ' ". ',','. " Chapman.-..McArthur kept it one-game f e ' a d ( o v e r ' Wheeler a both, took. 3-0 wins. Caper Club an Coors a f e v t i e d ' six games put first;' liraybeal 'and'Zale-Lee, ar knotted eight games .back of If leader... · . · . ' · : ' . ; ' · · · . :- Groejlay Ladi« '" : Two of_the top scores tallied Fr day were'sp sirnilar'thal they'bea mention! Jeanne Grice," rblling fo Peters Popcorn, had 178-169-149-491. Nila Calvin, toppling for Cap 'cr . plu'b," had ', 1,78-167-139-1-484 Tha't's almost pin-for-piri. ., Other'.", h i g h s j included , Ros psaki's, 180. "and Agnes 'Hikida 439 for Hainbow; Gerry Herlihy .457 and Lillian DeBoU'si i66'an 4^9 for 'General Credit; v France Dumler's 445 for Greeley Dry Bobby Eldridge'i 186 arid 422 fi Caper-Club. ' · "-, -.V- . _ Generar Credit upped'its' .lea over.. Ciper Club \o' three gam with a,3-0. win.over P,eters. : Capc Etayed b/Jher'ruiinihi; with .» " verdict over 'Crceley Dry. [ ' . . ...Chayarint-centeV Frank Baber, 17, is'iurrounded fayWifdcats but it item's that he has'hoTcf of the ball midway in-'the'-first.quarter of ^action in th*-Graelcy-.Ch'eyenne 'game-Friday night. 'Gr*cley players' attempting : toi git the bait are Gordon ; Adler, .10,'. Larr"/ Hoffner,.23i and :Bob, Pratt, 5.--Tribune"'Photo by Jarry.. K«»*'nich, ireeley B Hdopsier's ''." Jpui Cheyenne, 49:19.. Grcele'ys'John Blatnick ami Ted Wright led 'the' Kittens, Greeley B quad, to a -49-19 rout over the' Cheyenne B 1 team-before A;game ction.Friday-nighr. -.;-. ·', . B)atriick;dropped a lo'fal-of seven iu'dte'ts for H" points and Wright, ^ho'laler"played in "the" A game, lot 1 13. points on six 1 field goals. The Greeley- stiuad .took right ff, ending- the first' Quarter with n'll-5.1ead. · " v .". - Ch«ynn« (19) ;Gr«el.y (49) Director Position Fg Ft| ' Fg Ft McDonald ing ;' Wcekley , ; 'arks- ' ^ichorn · Sanchez Metidincoin "tauffer ·' . Sieves " * siartirioz .Villiams z ' ' 2 | B l a f n i e k ' : ''7 0 l|Wright ' 6 1 ".OjMccker 1 6 "2JFrederickson 0 '0 Cheyenne Greeley.' 0 0|Lulcs 0 0|Lutz . 1 .OjFoose 0: 0]Allcn : · '6; o;stugart; . : 0:'OiBeli:'-;-V 1-' p'Johnson - 0;6'bdle ' ·': ' i ' - 2 i v ' · · · · . o o| - . - . . : · - - - 1 . . . · . 6 7[ ' ^_ · 5 ' " · · . 1 1 . 4 ' - 5 . 14.12. 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 21 5--19 Free throws ; missed: Garcia 5. McDonald 2, Parks ..2, Eichorn 3, Williams 2, Martinez 5;" Meeker, Lutes, 2. Allen 3, Stuggart,, Bell 2 Johnson 2. ".-' .- ·;··'.'' . , · · Cubs.Get Meyer Back , BHOOKLyN'_».'-- Veteran right handed 'pitcher Russ Meyer has mAdc life,^miserable/for the Chi c'ago C\ibs since .they let .him go seven years ago. There was only one thing, for them to do. Get him back-.'..'. ... ' " · ' . . .' i :7hal'they did 'Friday, acquiring Meyer from the Broofclyn'Dodgers in.a.'^trade which sent pitcher.Don Elston :td the .world champions. M t cyer had compiled a 24-3 rec ord against the. Cubs' .sinae' 19.18 when ihey Iraded him to the Phil lie's. He moved to Brooklyn in 1353 and posted a 6-2 mark last'season 'Elston. a, 26-year-atd righthand er, 'A-on'17 and '16st .6".for Angeles in 1955. . , . ; 3,200 Nags jn Florida Fla. -^ The thre. Florida" facefraeks'undcr -Thorough bred Ra'cing'Assn. jurisdiction wil slable'3,2^0. horses this 'winter,. Th trac'/s are Hialcah, nulfslream am Tropical Park." It costs' abwit $41 a month (o stable, feed, groom sn train a'.race horse, " . EVAKSTON, 111. Ot -- Affable l.tu Holcomb Fridy stepped out as .ead football coach at. Purdue and ntp the alhlclic; directorship', at Northwestern because ' "1 like the :hallenge the new job offers.'' ( Holcomh .had been ^ a t .Purdue' ince 1947 and h a d - f o u r years'to Ka\on a 10-year contract. He signed is.Norlhwestcrn's 1 athletic boss and issociatc professbr : in physical'edu- :alion fpr five years at comparable w; heller, "than the salary ho re- icivcd from the Boilermakers. , Tliis 'was estimated" to be in"the icighborhood; of ?13,000 to.$15,000. lolcomb suc'cceds Ted Payso'aur, vho recently was switched .to a losition-as-assistant .business manager of-"Northwestern ,'for "promotion of athletics; 1 '. · ' '.', '.· ilolcomb said he- has not. con- .cmplalcd a change in the coach- ,ng staff at (his l.ime, hut will talk with Head Football Coach Lou Sahan and others on the "staff early next week. If a' hew coach is hired, and there we're indications that.one would be, Holcomb said that he would be signed to a contract of a^;least Ihrcc'ycnrs. .; " .. ; . '[We've got 'to roll up our sleeves and really work hard "the" : next By THE ASSOCIATED.PRESS , ! With the 1955-56 season, siill,: in its ..infancy, it looks.like a dog fight a m o n g - f i v e Denver schools for high" school basketball honors , Led -.by ' Manual's" Thundorbblts defe'ntling C l a s s , ' A A - champiphs the .Denver, prcpj powers, 'nqstet victories Friday, night over,, slif competition.Hhat; .included' thre s'oflherh-Conference" title 'content] ·s. , ' . . ( ,'· , .' .' '.,' Manual 'thumped ' Westminster, 59-38,' behind,^ the o^he-two' punch of Dennis Boohe' and Bill .Lewis. They collected 30'point's between them." Northis, sky'scraping Vikings clubbed. Colorado Springs',.,76-53, with Keith Anc'ell scprjng 28 points. East Denver, runherup'to',Miin'- ual fpr the state 'title last, set- son, got a lesson'at the free throw line" from'" Boulder.'but. Biah'agcd lo dump thpTanthcrs,'.47-4p.' Bout der'canned 18 of'20 'charily tosses ,We'st'. penvcr 'edged ' Longmonl 56-53. ' a n d ' .South Dehve'r ;breez'cc id 'a 6545;victory·'pvcr Forr'Co 1 lins. · ' ' "' , The' Northern" Conference;-' per ehnial · hdine 'of -state "champid cage teams,"lost more 'of its'Iusle whcti 'Brighton's".Bulldogs : 'du'mpM L'o'veland'ori the"'laljer's : floor, 1 48 42.' Forwards ' M u r r a y : ' H a r t am Jim Cox each scored 16 marker, fpr the winners. 1 'Lpvelarid center Jerry\.Salmons' got"15."-.. ·· '. : Fort Morgan's -Ma'roons;: in'tlieir first year in the" "Northern loop sririwcri 'good balance · in a 53-4' decision' over Wheat Bidgc. Bob Preis'endor'f' tallied "19" points"7and Gail Warden 17. Groeley's Wildcals ·- were con vincing 41-34 winners over-Chey ennc. · . - In other action ,- lor Class ! AA teams around the state. F a r m i n g ton, N. M.;-. crushed Barango,' 74 30; -. Grand Junction h a m m p r e i eft hpoX';"fh('.righ? : '.ipp?K^^V Robinson dealt the killing-blows in :51.of the' second^ound. . "." . ^Robinspn'.'is ''ths 1 'first; "middle: weight in history- to'-rec"a'ptu"re'th« .60-pound Uitle^'twic'ei'.'.''· , J .',".,.' ' T h e , International. Boxf'ng ,,C!ub ; ' robabiy:fas^surprised -as; .bison, innounced~"\Robihspn.-' Vbuld ".' not igb't'agaln until-plson 'ha» his en- 'itlcd-rematch .'within UO.'dajV; '·-' ; |.Sid 'Flaherty,^ Olson's manager, and, Jim Norris, IBC pfestdenl, seemed lo think that' if pis'oh'cah slraightcn out- things .with.his esranged: wife, »' rematch .will ibe justilied: - - " . ' - · · · , Bobo's wife, Dolores, commented alter .Olson's 'belting, that Ima'ybe .t ."will put-, some ..sense. in : ;his lead and he'll stop being .a pisy- 3oy." ' ^ \ ' ' ' ' "' .Olson, headed for his San Fran Cisco hoirie after the.'iisrit'lo' see Mrs: 'Olson -and their four. chlHi'un arid 'perhaps 'talk'her outxof ?n- noiince'd-plan's for.-a divorce. : · : .Whatever happens on Ih.c' Olson domestic-front,'Robinson will remain boxing's hero.for spm'e.lime. : It | may. have'.been ., psychology as well as '-Sugar Ray's flailing fisls whfch dumped" Olson." Bobo kne'w that 1 ItoblnsorV knocked; him out in 12'rounds in 1950 'and. won a '15-round'decision over-'him in 1952'. 1 ''"* ' - ' : - · · - · ni :-· ·· ' i . Olson sdmilled: in ; his dressing room that he didn't know what hit :."So.fast, So fast," .moaned Bobb". .'.'ll'w'as'.his 'fast "combination'and r got careless."' ': ".' . - ' · . ' '' 'Olson asked If he t r i e d ' t o ' g e t !"i i ' ' ? , - - l · -' '- -- ' * - - * -· "'- lip as Referee: Frank Siiori'eounV ·' ' ! while': his. glazed", x t h e . lights overhead. ."·:' ·,"'"-i'-;--.V'' ' -·", .·' l 9Isoo. H di.dn.');^.en l Wlii;{t$^.Qr^. - - . round. ^Judge's 'Ed} Hmtz.ind "Jphi 'Bray gave, it 'to -Robihsbri- knd Si- . · ' . kora "called ,it "tven;: JfifgSiAg^. ..- .i: ...Everybody, .agreed ,vheigr«hiiid.". that Itobinson's' only "c^'anc'ciMu' 1 · · ' . ' ' ' comeback campaiga, ; wai"-Ui't«t' Olson,early..,.,::,'.,';·( \t.lt^^;ff': . . But nobody A suspecle.d^Su'iar Riy^ * still. hid..so 1 ,much ( q\itcif4lartii3g.'riy-, rianiiie in Kis fist's'l'Tlis end'iamil' shortly, as .Olson 'boldly- tri$d-,t9' slug^it, ^p'ut/jWith^Rqbiiu.oii^^afttf' Stiiar^hay raUi«'d"sKarj)ly'»r_'lli* , first- round-ended:."-'; -^ '- '--~i f - -\" . '.' - Perh2iis-it'"was % a lon^'-'r which : jolted · Olson'; at'the the first.round that : slarttdi Bpbp'i , nish.-.Olson tried. tt force,theifight" the.second. He came','inj'cleji' r a sharp exchange.'. And-^thei obinspn sct^upflhe kill.',, '..1 ,"j'^.'. Sugar iRay. lashed,his, pa'teittd" fUfighi^corhljiiiaUori". "'-"-'- ' t "-' 1 Spbfts -ini Brielj: . l . profculonal ''debul :by former amateur ace, .-t-11 ' ' ' ' . BOXING CIIICACb- ,, - .- . Q'Jl Carl (Babo),.plui[i In'.li3l ct the lecoad round ' to rtcaptme the' ' Idlewelxht crown. TENNIS ' . . NEW YOnK -- .r«nch.aoiuala . Trabert'l . provisional ''debul Ipplnl the fDrn (-3, 6-3. 6-3, IIAM1. Fla, .-r. Frank Klranahin anc Mir relatlve'"unVnDwi:i" ILc'cl fir the flu !«ad In the *liaml O p e n . w H h ' : uer-p»r '67a. ' '. ' · ·' ' . F.VANSTON, HI. --. Slu HdCDrjb iteppe at head loothall eMrh 'at ' purd-^ icrept the athLeltc cHreclor.ihLp at.Narlll The Philadelphia Phillies purchaitd ou elder Frank .BaumhoUz trom.llie Chlcai ·uba a n d ' t h e BreolslJ-n ' Dodfera .Iraiji tch'er iTtul'i hteyer.'lo Ihe'-Chlcaao Cu M , caih and .pllcner Don Eliton of U nielei. ' - ' · · ' " ' "'"·· ' · · ' · · · · l.KWISBUnC.- Pa.'-- l-Ullc-L«.aiue " ill,.Inc., and depoaid Commllilar.'cE :. SloU agreed to nriotlale tael erer.cea." 1.- " - · . ' . : ! . ' ' - · · .. EACING . ... , . , . . MIAMI. UEACH.'Fla. -- Laurel Sprln 13.Set 1 u-ah'-lhelfeatiire i al'Trcpical Pa SAN BHUNO. Calif. .--.Ol'e Tra»!i .(I!.! vertook Pancflo'i Co« er In. the llrekh ,1n IKe -lop 'eVeet' -"a'l- Tanroran, ,, - -. De|la, 51-36; and Rifle trimmsc Monlrose, 36-32, 'ln";» western d ision- game Jn the; South Centra ' League. ' . · . scu'tiletl Ilocky Ford, 1 68 45; .Cherry Creek downed '-'Idnhi Springs, 42-26, and 'Adams nudged Golden, 49-46. ··'· ' .VOTJCK TO CltKl -Ji'lU'te of A1KO 1WATA, Menti. Inenmiietent. - '' · . 1 Notice la herehy given tliat on th 30th l»y of NovemVer 1955, letter o( conacrvaVoraltlp ·" ' Iht' undefelKned 'a tbs abays.named ei son.» : ha% p ln(r - c l a i m s " againHt ,an eatnto nrc required lo file .them f nllou-ance. In · the. County Court Weltl County, "Colorado w i t h i n ; - n months' from said rtnle or aald claim will he forever Ijarrfcd. , Tvere Isnlten -conservfl'nr. ' JltO find All J1CI ' at Turduc^ (p:get 'good" enough to tie for the'Uig Ten title'.' ; . "Frankly', a winning ..leani -is necdetl for a-healthy." athletic "program. We 'can't '.do 'it bvernight, unless we dill it illegally, and (hij we won't do. We probably.musl,be more aggressive,;however," in get- ling good football players:" _; '· \, Holcomh ^said Uha^ :thc-,"rcbuiltl- ing af Northwestern wpuld : Ho helped by : tnc es'fabtishmiint Jjl ,a school of'physical educatiojiAyhich the."school hasjlacked, but .which now" is .being set 'up.: . j ? ' · ' · · . USE -/HE ,TR| : BgNE.'trVANT ADS Dec. 1, 10, 17, 2.- 135S.' NOTICE TO CitKDITORS No. 7BJ« Entale o f / WILI.IA1I 'A. LOUD Notice'la h e r e b y Blven t l t a t on th I 6 t h - U a y ot-Kovemlier,. 19SS, lelle of a d m l n l i ' r a t l o n . w e r e Isaued to tl underlie''I' nV a a d m i n i s t r a t r i x tho a b o v e ' n a m e d estate and all p( lions "havlntr. claims. «italn«l '«i eMute are ref]iilrerl : to ftle them 1 a l l o w a n c e . I n the County. Court ·\Vefrt County, Colorado prlthtn i months, from aaltl. 'rtate. .or · BI clalmi will be forever barrert. · -- ' · · ^ | , i . BETTY n.: LOHD, . - . - . ' , . ' . ! '.· t Mmljlllt»lr! Waldo *nd WAldoi,A'ttorneya il(.(3reeley Bids-:., (Treeley, . : Nov. U, 86, Dec-|J, 10,,1»5S. i -- ... - - ' I .- : ,, i.vAr, SBTTI,F:ME .In 1k« Connly.Cr.nrr; H ln'ProT)»1« / j ' - ' - ' No.-.7H« · · / - · · ! STATE; OF COLORADO/ i ; j ,- ' . · ' \ ' : - " - : - , } 3 f . . Counly of Weld '; M * . In the f l a l « ' o r , BtjKSIK CHRIS tlXA TUKNKH, Decca«*d. ,- ' ^Volic« 1« her«bx Blven ttiat on lh I8lh?.1*y' of Decemb*;' 19SI,, 1 : w pr-M-fnt tO'lho Couhly Coiirl-'of We C/iufity, J Colorado), my -accqunn' f , , oltlaruent of the admlnlslr. n o f f a l d e»t*te, when a n d ' w h e l l p e r K o n s fn.'Jrilereat may appe d object to tliem, II t h t y l a o dejlr · OLE.V CQIIBIN Tunsert, ' .Executor. of said . - . : -. . . e . IIoiitehens-. ITotitchen/r, Attorney N'nf.'2s, Dec^ X, 10, 17, 195$, i ,NOTJCC TO CflF.nlTOItS '· r ; Xt. -753S -. · · · Kllate o / f J I A U D K -MAE Cr-ATlY, alio; known !a« MAUDB M. CI-AHY, Dpc?«»d.:- : · ; · ; · ; . . N'OTlce Is hereby given t n a t on the 1»t 'day: of December !»}». leltera of adrrtlnlnlrallon-were ls*-.f*d to the u n d e r a l ^ n e d a« 'Hdmlnfstralnr of the ahoye named eatAte.' and all peraonfl having' etelmn 'dK^Inst laid CKlata are required to flls'-them for allowance In the County., Court-. cf.:':Vild County, Cctorado-wilhln alT months f r o m . R a t d date or aald c l a l m a . w l l l be forever barred. f \ · - , - . · ' · -LESLIE Ii. CI.AHT, - . /.. ·. AdmlnUlMloii Roy l. Brlsef ' '" -''" A t t o r n e y - , vt/ Dec. ), 10, IT, 24. 135!. ' "' 6 V E ImprinUd Playing Cards . ,_:*,,,,-0. ' : -. .j r ;For A Personal Gift] . ' ,.VOT1CB TO 'CHKDITOHS" Kalnte ot A.ji. MOJlIHSCl.V. a]s tiowir AS ADOI^PHUS n, Mpnn: N o t i c e Is h e r e b y R i v e n lli'af "on II Q l h day, of Xoven.her 1SS5, leUer e.itKnienlAry .were J a s u e r l - t o . l h e u i o r s t y n e d ns exe.e[ilor. of t h n , n h o i i n i e d ' e a t a t B ' a r n l a l l iicrtom lii^vlr . a l m s ' a"(?Rln»L s n l d .esinte a r c . r iilrori to f f l t - t h e m for. u l l m v a n c e L IP" Coyritj- Court n f ' W c M C o n n t j olbrfulo w l i l i l t ) - n i x ' - m o n U i a - . f r o r tlri d a t o - r or- .said clslnn ; vr\l\ b o r e y e r ' b a r r e d - " "-' · ' ' * " · . . , IT, , .ExecuLo ' f " ' ' ' ' ' - XOTICR nv FIXAT,' PAYMENT O n - o r a f t e r , D e c e m b e r 10, 195,- th O O O r i A D O D E P A R T M E N T O IOHWAYS ..will inalf.v flna.1. pay i c n t lo f J a r d n e r Copi.[ru'cElnrvCom .iny'of Cil^ntx'ood SprinRe,' Cotorid o n i r a c t o r ' for tho c o n i l r u c d o n olorjtdo Project No. F - 06S-1 · (13 on sin t i n g "of ·' K r.id i n K, '. slnict.ure nI""Foi^cr*4to ;pa%-«meut. 0.770 mile tijr. located on Stale IllelnyKy N b e t w e e n Kvani! « n d La Salic,' lrt C o u n t y , S t a t e of C o l o r a d o . File c ] a l m « w i t h A U D I T O I t , D a r t m o n L ot HlKh'n"pyi,ib*Ior« «bo H 8 sfAnK: u. W A T H O U P . ' c h i e i ' E Inepr, Deparimeht of Highways, iftc. «, 7, *, 3, 10, 1?, -13, .H, IB. 19! WP Nfififl If U I lUUU .close . f or '_a. ' mom . Rol . _. _ . urred 'another ^6ne-t'w.o' epmbinit- o n" and" t h e n whl stled the left.' h«jli nd Tight- upper 'cut"on'-ths'chli riich^sent Olson turob'lin'g. on'lhij ack.-A-.IcIt hook -fdaowegV'lvii.tiif his :had . gone: out-.fbr : B6bp.;'. -. SE THE TRIBUNg .-'.NOTICE TO:CRED1TORI J ' , . - . ., of GUT-'E; WIXGER.-D.I"- "· - " , " 'i - ' ' mea.-j -. · ',-··, , - i ·- .--, : ., /·,-»-^ -Jy. Catlc« IB h«r*by siven Ihut o n ' l h * t\ tlay', nt .Noveni'ber j ISSS^' Iflltcri J e r A l K i i e d as"'Adnilr\latfator:'of. 1 th« jvc' n a m e d '«atfU«'and a.I.p«raoT.a y\ng c l a i m s agrvlnat **iA '·'jtt«t« · r r n u l r c d lo f l l f e t h t n i . f o n - i l l n w - nc« In the -.County. Court.oL.W*!* our.tr, Colorado 1 w i t h i n i l x ' n i o n t h B om s^Id ;riitlecor - ^ a f d - c l a t m s 'L1l f o r e v e r hatred. . _ " · ' . *.""-. ' " ' HUBEHT-D.^WALtJb.'.IR.'l -- A d m i n i s t r a t o r , of. E s t t U ·! " Guy F3. Wiiitrer,'.Dec'taaii'rJ. ;.'- MIT1CK OF PI.VAir.rATTWI5.ST; 'On ' o r - a i f C e r Ttilemh«r..-JO,H9.i6-)iht OLORADO D E B A R T M E N T - O T · I G « \ Y A V S T.-1U make- fln»r,ity- ,enf;:.to' nianehard - .Consir.uotltji. n n J p u h y of -Derby, Colorado, con- 1 rrirtor- f a r - lh*;i constcuctlpn .-of oii.blned " C o l o r R d o T r o J e c l R ' a a fol- . owsi 3' r 6 p 2 * . ( t V ) , / t , 5 0 a mlU'^X · r r a d t n f f , , -.slnlilllxaUon, . - - i t r u c t u r « J " nd a,a|il;aH.c: *urf»iln|f/ on » ! 5tit« tier- and-.Vi'cW- County/LInB;--an'd^ p . . - . tie l u r r f t c l n g on- State, .j^lghviy- No. 52 between F o t L Mitji-rin . And;fK?w Rayisier;- altVaUunlf fi- JT,: TSld\--»t,4 Morpat; CouriUes. Stale- oE'Color»4o. rile V.UlmF Wlth-XUpI-TpR; r .t),ii- " MAJiK o w A T i y s c Tieer, · D e p R r t m e n t of. HlB . lp, ; 12. : ia.-A.;3B. «imiVa*:(an»l.'P.*yr p l t r t m ' e n f o f Hlirhwayi^btfor. »b.DV« .''"'."' : . M A R K ' ' ' t f . -'XATKbO»!· 'i/! '" C h i e f Knglne'er,--Dtpjirtnwnt',** [ , -^:Ca,K«^"St.iii^..^ :v ' · : Bird^uppU'ea 1 : .·'·.-'· FRANM , Se«d and. Hktc.ri'try:.'_' ;709 IQtrj St..'-) :·,,Ph.,15Z 45-New Plymouths and Chryslers ' . · Art in stock.or on the way from th« fac- "' lory · . . ranting from WE JILL GIVE The Top'Relall Price for good, dean"; tr'atteiru / ^ PAY ALL ' W« Will .' ': · ',' ''on your New. Car! 1956 Tax** WICKLAND MOTORS ·;. : .. YOUR CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER-' ;'·' : : - : : . ; . - ' . ' · ' OPEN EVENINGS ' ' · V -' 817 7th Strwt Phon»» 2944- 1352

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