Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 5, 1962 · Page 19
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Co/o., OWo. Share Big 8 Passing Mark ' JIM VAN VALKCNSUR6 AMKi*ri Prnt Iprt, Writ»r Oklahoma - not Colorado or Oklahoma StaU - led the Big Eight Conference in passing of- ferae in games only between conference members, [inal figures compiled by The Associated Press showed Wednesday. The Big Red also had the best detente against rushing in league games. Miuou led in the all- games ratings. The Tigers led the conference in total defense for the second year in a row. however, giving up 177 run-pass yards a game while the Sooneii granted 181.6. Bud Wilktawn'i club led in passing with 126.1 yards a game, although OU attempted fewer passes (M) than any team in the league except Missouri Oklahoma State was second in passing with 1252 and Colorado third at 11Z.O In all games. Colorado was first »nd Oklahoma State second. Gale Saycrs of Kansas is the individual champion in r u s h i n g Mike Miller of Oklahoma State in passing, Dave Hoppmann of Iowa Stale in total offense, Johnny Roland, Missouri in scoring, Joe Don Looney o( Oklahoma in punting end Don Karns of Oklahoma State in pass receiving. Karns caught 22 for 321 yards. Oklahoma was the champion rushing offen.se with i tremendous 304.4 yards i game and in tola offense with 434.6. Kaiuas was second in bolh categories will assing; and Nebraska's Dennis laridge 817 for 163 plays. John McGairc of Colorado was unner-up in pass receiving with 287 yards on 27 catches, John 'Ivan of Oklahoma third with 240 a only seven catches In scoring. Koland led with 60 wints, Looney had 56, Tom "aughn ot 1-State 54. Grisham 48. In punting Looney had a 43.4 ard average Ken Blair of Colo- ado jumped lo second with 40.8 "laridgc 40.1 and Dave Hannah ol iklahoma State 38.3. TCI) Out of Bowl Picture FORT WORTH, Tex. (API Coach Are Martin withdrew Texas Christian University'* foolbal team Tuesday from consideration for any post-season bowl bid. "It's all over with," Marti: raid. "I wouldn't go now if the; gave me both cities." The Frogs, who finished thin in the Southwest Conference, hai been considered for both th Gotham Bowl in New York ani the National Trophy Bowl in Washington, D. C. TCU was on the vergj Monda of meeting Navy in the Dec. Trophy Bowl but negotiations co lapsed when Navy apparently decided ils season record of liv wins and five loses did not mer a bow! trip. The Frogs earlier Monday with drew from consideration for thi Gotham Bowl but reopened negotiations after the proposed TCI Navy game withered and died. Martin's statement cume «(tc he learned Nebraska of the B Eight had been invited to pla Miami in the Dec. 15 Gotham Bowl. and 3566. but was fourth in »ta! defense Only in rushing defense did the ·ams finish in the same order as i the final standings-Oklahoma Missouri 120.7, Nebraska 126.6 Skiing To Begin , At Hidden Valley On December 15 Up 750th Par we KaCKS Hidden Valley Winter L'se Area is scheduled to open Saturday,! *" MIKi 15. reports Allyn F. Hanks,' *»»"»»»4. Prtu iptrti Wrrtw Superintendent, Rocky Mountain National Park. If adequate snow cover is received by the opening date, all nd Kansas 141. Sayers had K7 yards in his sev- n conference games and his 7.3- operated Dec. 15 and 16. 22 and ard average was best. Looney n. and thereafter on a Wednes- as next with (44, with teammate i Grisham close behind at 634. day through Sunday basis Dec. 26 through March 31.' plus holidays e Monte Deere, with 784 on 35 of 5. Milter hit 57 of 137 Colorado's rack Cesarek was third with 579. In total offense, lloppmann had coin's Birthday. After March 31. it will be open on a weekend basis only. April 6 and 7. and 13 and 14. Ski and equipment, food and re- 18-year-old sophomore sought by u\w 60 coilegeb whg is | shaking tile staid Ivy League, and 'a 67-year -old coach who has been combination sharing today's college basketball spotlight. turned his back on his own backyard and wound up at Princeton. area. In addition, illustrated National Park Service talks and tilms are presented on weekends by a ranger-naturalist in the auditorium. In addition to the two T-bars and one- rope tow, additional beginners' slope area is now being cleared for the installation of another rope tow near the lower w-w-bu »t u«. i.'ii»j i oiici \_,umci- . . , . ,, . · ence school for 41 years. He dis- slogan for "* l ' hall TMg e round - i " . slayed all his towel-flapping! "Now ""at we have reached thei tricks as the Hilltoppers wrote his The svphomore sensaiion is 750th triumph into the record! Mexico Mokes It 4-0 on Rood to Davis Cup Play By WILL CRIMSLEY AtwcUM Pn» S**rt WrHtr MADRAS. India AP)-A fident. fired up Mexican 5, 1962 GREELEV TRIBUNE Pig* 19 FOOTtALL STUiWATKH. Ukta. lie scored 21 points in his first Same and came back with 27 Tuesday nighi in the Tigers' 68-53 victory over Villanova. , The old man is Western Ken-i^T^'TlPT'^JV 30 ^^^ """' ucky Coach Ed Diddle, who has been at the Ohio Vallev Confer- ._ KnsbMB ud then TM »«n Antonio Ptltfux (or t owi-l i D«VU (.'up ctu'lrrne roc*id for tbr lint, .tune tirr. 1 NHL By THI AUOCIATf D Mitt No games scheduled Tuesday -- Oklabum* Sl*t*l Sperjle aj iy«t-a Montreal at Toronto Detroit at New York Boston at Chicago ets toward Australia Wee!, and, SAN MATEO. CILJ. b»iu±back ««! adopted a "don't sell us short"i^° "'^!-!--f^L- i i^f^i Boston at Chicago challenge round for the lirst time! in our history, the pressure is off." said the suave Mexican csp- tain. Pancho Contreras. Bucking for a place in the spot-i "From here on anything can light were two of the nation's top happen. We are all proud that we ten pre-season ranked Duke which rolled over South Carolina 95-63 in an Atlantic Coast Conference clash, and sixth- rated Mississippi State. 90-55 con- ?-- second- have gym this far. l-ul we don't regard this as Uie end of our adventure. We thiri V.T can win." Mexico, conqueror of the United Stales in the American zone final Hidden Valley Lodge practice had been inactive most of the season because of a knee injury. During the previous 1961-62 winter season, over 66,000 visitors enjoyed the area. Sports Notes PITTSBURGH (AP) - Rud .. _._. _ _. ,, Hayes. 25. linebacker for the 1 ueror of Arkansas AM in its and of Sweden in the Interzone Pittsburgh Steelers of the National se ^ ni debu j ___ r semifinal, quaiified for the dial- Football League, remained in fair condition Wed. after suffering a heart attack while hunting deer. However, a spokesman said the condition of the- Pickens, S.C., player was improving. Hayes, a former Clemson star, Nesmith Eyes Title Ail-Around Cowpoke LOS ANGELES (APi - Tom asound competition aod the six v'esmith held on to a solid lead Wed. in his quest for the all-' ound cowboy championship at be National Finals Rodeo. Nesmith. of Bethel, Okla.. wrcs- led a steer down in six seconds lat to take second place in the 'vent in Tuesday night's opening go-round of the cowboy classic. His J308 prize money gave him a (1,699 lead over second place )ean Oliver for the all-around rown. But Harry Charters Jr., of Met- ba. UL-h. nabbcr 1 first place in steer wrestling lo move to within *498 of lop-ranking Nesmith in the national standing; Observers say the Charters-Nesmith race for the steer wrestling title promises lo be one of the closest contests in the sii-da World Scrici of the rodeo circuit h'esmith ran into trouble in call roping when he took 36.7 seconds to down his animal and failed lo place. He's currently second to event Oliver, of Boise. Idnho. who hold] the title, took fourth with a 14.1 second effort. Olin Young o Albuquerque, N. M., grabbed firs with 138. Championships in th« all tandard events are determined y money won during the rodeo eason and in the National Fiats. Only the lop 15 cowboys in each vent qualify for the finals. Champions have already been The University of Arkansas asked determined in bull riding and calf the state's legislative c o u n c i Jordan of Ala. Lineman of Week By JACK CLARY Rugged Uc Itoy Jordan, Ala bama's rock-ribbed center and linebacker who proved too much for Auburn last Saturday and for most opponents all season, was named Lineman Of The Week by The Associated Press today for the second iirne this season. Jordan, t 6-foot-2, 207-pounder who was a first round choice ol the National Foolball League's Dallas Cowboys and n socond- round choice of Boston in the American league in the pro draft was directly responsible for two touchdowns in lire Crimson Tide's 38-0 victory over Auburn. The native of Excel. Ala sprung Butch Wilson loose on t 92-yard run with HIP opening kick off with a devastating block. He set up Alabnniii's third touch down, breaking through lo help block Jon Kilporc's punt that was recovered In the end zone for ( touchdown. Jordan also was picked as Ui! nation's outstanding lineman foi his role in Alabama's 20-0 victor) over Mivsissippi StHlr cm Nov. 3 The thrce-yejir lettmnan. nn All-Atnci k'a candidate a! center also turned in an outstanding jol on offense nc.'ii'.M Auburn, ns th Tide rolled up 2IR yards on thi ground. Alabama Conch Bpar Hrynn ruled Jordan'*- [jcrformaiUT 3 typical of "the lx r -l linebnckor i the SKi' and I believe the There has never heen another Ilk I/'e Hoy N.'ivy pwird Vern Von Sydoxv and tackle L;irry (.Jrnham dr?w praise for their play in the Middies' 34-U virloiy over Army. c returned to the active list last eekcnd and played briefly gainst the St. Louis Cardinals. RO^N'YE. W. Va. (API--It was ound to happen. The natural resources department here received Tuesday omplaint from Donald Hott that eer hunters using spotlights shot wo horses on hU farm near here unday night. The deer season didn't begin un il Monday. And spotlighting efinitely illegal. Hott said one horse was killed le oUier wounded. LITTLE ROCK, Ark (API- oping because no competitor is close enough lo overtake them vith money that can be won at the finals. Oliver, with $26,656 won this ear before the finals, has the calf roping title while Freckles Jrown of Lawton, Okla., had the bull riding crown secured with winnings of $18.675. Brown, 41. was injured in a rodeo at Portland, Ore 3nd is no ximpeling in the finals, although he is here as a spectator. The high · kicking cross-bre Brahma bulls bounced 11 out o no 15 would-be riders to the arena dirt with late-entrant Rocky Rockabar carrying off top money Rockabar. of Medicine Hat. Al berta. Canada, moved into the to 15 when qualifier Benny Rcyn olds of Melrose. Mont., had t Tuesday to approve a $2,000 a ear pay raise for football coacl 'rank Broyles. The boost would give Broyle in annual salary of $26.000. WOODSTOCK, m. (API - Sec and baseman Charles Hiller 27. o he San Francisco Giants, sub itiluted his bat for a gavel Tuesday as he was sworn in as ipecial bailiff of Ihe McHenr County Circuit Court. Killer, a McHenry county nativ who lives in nearby Johnsbur with his wife and 5-year ol daughter, will serve as bailiff un il ne»t spring when he returns t }aseball. His pay will be MOO a month. GLENDALE, Calif. (AP)-Fun eral services were conducted HU, Vanderbilt outclassed Rice match. 10-68 and Oregon edged Washing- on 59-57 on a pair of foul shots y Eliott Gleason with 30 seconds !ft. Princeton got off to a fast start gainst Villanova. Bradley con ecting for 17 points in the first alf. as the Ivy Leaguers built 33-25 halftone edge and were ever headed. Bradley wound up: 'ith 10 for 15 from the floor, lade all seven foul shots and was credited with eight assists. No. 750 was easy for Diddle, lunior Darel Carrier hit on all seven of his shots from the floor Staubach AP Back ol Week JACK CLARY Prtit Sportl WrhV Navy quarterback Roger Stau ach, who watched his first Amn nvy football game last year a spectator in the stands, ickcd as Back of the Week In The Associated Press Tuesday fo' Imost single-handedly dUmanl ng Army's famed defenses in the liddics' decisive 34-14 victory ast Saturday. Staubach, a sophomore from Cincinruili, scored two touchdowns nd passed for two mote in load- ng Navy to its fourth straight 'iclory over the Cadets. Utterly Ignoring the pressure of ils first service, game, the pre- cnce of President Kennedy in a luge throng of almost 100,000 and he reputation of Army's defcn- ivc Chinese Bandits, Staubach ·ompletcd 10 of 12 passes for 30-t ·tirds ann 1 led Navy's rushers vith 34 yards. Other top offensive perform mccs on the last busy day of the %2 college schedule were turned n by Georgia Tech quarterback Jilly Lolhridge, Bnylor quarter ack Don Trul!. Oklahoma full- inck Jim Grisham, Boston Col- r-pe qivirlcrhni-k J.'ic-k Concannon ind fullback Hen Wilson of the Southern California n a t i o n a l champions. w ithciraM. A bruising string of broncs also made it tough goinj for Ihc competitors as only scvei scored out of the 15 entrants Kenny McLean of Okanagon Falls. B. C., national leader, cami out on lop with a 181 score to boost his tola! 1962 winnings lo 517.331. Marty Wood of Bowness Alberta, won second place lo move into the runner-up spot with $15.414 winnings. In the barebaek bronco go round, three cow boys were throw! but second place Don Mayo o Grinnell, Iowa, got first money with a 181 ride on a wild horse called Fairy Tales. Leader Ralph Bucll of Sheridan. Wyo., con quercd Come Apart for the firs time in five tries, but didn't place Californians Frank Ferrcira o Fresno and M. J. Carmichael o U Pueite copped the team rop ing contest with a score ot 8.3 Leader Jim Rodriguez of Castroville. Calif., failed to place vili 15.9. Tuesday for Red Kress, coach the New York McLs and forme saddle major league baseball player. Kress. 55, died of a heart a Scalper Is Scalped NEW YORK (AP) - A shoe alesman charged with scalping tickets for the World Series wa iven his choice of paying a $a ine or spending five days in jail le paid the fine. A detective and a policewoman oosing as newlyweds in a hole, obby, trapped the victim. Fights I... By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMAUI1.LO Tex. - Ralph Du mas. 148. New Orleans. outpomtet Henrv Watson. 143. Araarillo, '0 NEW YORK - BoLiiy Uartels 151. New York, outpointed Dann Garcia. I50' 3 . Dominican Hcpul lie. 8. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Jos Luis Cruz, 131. Mexico Cilv stoppped Vic Gratlio, 135. Poi Arthur. Tex , 3. 'US! THE TRIBUNE WANT AD NBA Tu«»day'l Rtlulti Detroil 1.10. Syi anise 129 I/is Angeled 132. Nw York 112 SI. lyiuis 104, ChiMtjn t.OJ Today'n Cum* Nw York vs. l.'hic.iuo «l Detroit SI. I/mis at Chicagn ABL Tmid«y'l Rtiufti I/inn li-arh 121, PillshiHgh 100 rbilmlrlphia 11.1. ('hicnpo 87 ThvrMlay't G«m«t n.ik!,-,ii,l at Phil.idolphla Chicago il PilKmrCh Pre-Hung Pre-Ftnished DOORS KOMAC COLORIZER PAINT Christmas Gift Suggestions · Basketball Backstops · Bulletin Boards You Nam* It We'll Make Itl Beydler Cabinet Shop M«l or Krowlv 2fil)fi Sth Ave. .15S.235S ack last Wednesday at his horn n nearby Canoga Park. n two Southern Conference lenge round Tuesday by beating games on a schedule heavy with India in the first three matches tersectional and inter-confer- ncc contests, Virginia Tech lowned Richmond 76-68 for its th consecutive home court vic- ry and defending league cham- on Vest Virginia opened con- erence play with a 100-74 triumph over VMI. Elsewhere. Notre Dame beat ichigan State 92-85 after a has- et by soph Jay Miller broke a e, Laverne Tart led Bradley on 90-57 waltz past North Dakota, klahoma set a school scoring ecord in a 96-83 decision over of the Interzone final for EJ insurmountable 3-0 lead. Rafael Osuna, 24-year-old student at tlie University of Southern California, captured a vital singles match from India's ace. Ramanathan Krishnan 2-6. '-5, 6-«. M and then teamed with Antonio Pala.'ox for a clinching doubles triumph over Premjit Lall and Joydeep Mukerjca, 10-8,12-10, 4. Mexico made it M when Mario Llama beat Premjit Ldl 6-2, 6-2 6-3 in Wednesday's lirst single Are You Self-employed or in a Professional or Personal Service Business? While they bit, I hv« bookltti and chirti condtnied hi simplified term«, of the new Ktojh T«x Law, which glvci you up to J2.600 p«r year tax deduction for retirement To hive your free booklet lent to you, write BOOKLET, P. 0. Box 1860. Denver 1, Colorado. 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