Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 30, 1961 · Page 18
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A-St. Squeaks Past Stubborn Bears, 7-0 By BOB SCALES Colorado Stale College's super lor lino play couldn't curry (he whole load Saturday as Adams Stale College squeaked by a fight Ing, a determined Benr eleven. 7-0 on .Inekson Field. The Bears led in every depart mm! but scoring in tumbling lo their seventh straight dcfcnt be (lie wind in the final qunilc'r ami just about cashed in on the advantage in the final minutes, Ciiirdncr lo try a field goal. The kick Wiis wide by about one foot. Adams Slate took over and an officials goof cost the Hears;marched for the Tl. from trying onc more play w i t h j the ball on Ihc 21-yard line of ! Ball Thill A-State started another offcn- A-Stoli!. IMVO early in (he second period, The Olt Pan Play I but an alert Dave I.cwis camci Adams Slate scored its Unich-|up with a defensive gem, down on an 80-yard march, the 1 The Indians, wilh Ihird down on 1 fore a homecoming crowd of i pny-ofr, a 7-yard fourth downline Hear 48, had 10 yards lo go' - - - · - -- - · f o r n first down. Quarterback D o b Hidalgo faded back for a pass, ng the ball ovcj his .shoulders'corked his arm and as he started about 5.000. |pass to lmlflack Mike Kuiz. The CSC defense held (he )n-| Ruiz made n nice catch, cluU-h- dlans lo jusl fll yards rushing, but Ihc Hear offense couldn't re. taliate as the much-needed punch inside Ihe 20-yard line was miss-! ing. The Bears, up lo their old tricks of spotting their opposition a first quarter touchdown via Ihe pass, battled gatm'lv. Just Short Three drives lxggcd down with- In Ihe 20-yard line, one of these on Ihc 7-yard line t h a t was three inches short of making a crucial flrsl down. The sccuiid half turned into a punting duel between the two schools as a sliff and cold wind whipped across Ihe field. The Bears had their backs to much tp the discontent of defensive back Henry Morgan. lo throw, I,cwis grabbed the hall| from Ihe surprised Hidalgo and! The Dears' defense slopped Ihc'sliirnhlcd down to the 38. A-Slalc offense cold the first lin-.e A pilch-out pass play from quar-i he Indians got the ball. Follow-Iteiback Tom Carlson lo Morgan .ng Ihc Indian punt to t h e CSC; who threw lo KcnO'Rourkc nelled 24, the Bears marched for five' 12 yards hut the Bears were off-' somcj The final minules of the first; r a /./.le- dazzle inlo their offense as, half were highlighted by pasi a pair of double reverses paid off interceptions Jy both learns, handsomely. ~" ~ consecutive flrsl downs The Undahlmcn added One-Two Bears threatened Field Goal hails i ll.c Jicary inrcuu'ncu uucu Halfback Doug Bruce gnined'again early in Hie (bird period.; 10 yards on a reverse and Morgan iThc Indians, with first down on; rambled 12 more on another l o j l h c 37 fumbled ami (lie Bcarsj put the ball on Ihc IB-yard line. ·, recovered. O'Hourke Ml Hidalgo, ^ Aflcr three plays netted only | jarring the ball from his grip and' L.1 six yards, Lindahl sent in Bulcii Don Van Pell recovered. age 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Oct. 30, 1961 Buffs Recover in 4th To Win 22-14 Big ElflM i ii Csrrfer«nct I W . L . T . . P e l . P J . . O p | ihoma team has lost that many. .. Missouri made Nebraska Its J 3 OLOOO u " t h i r d conference victim, 10-0, with !."1^~ 3 i o .750 n »; a g rcat display of defensive power cbfajka '' .~-- i = S : 5S S bibut llltle in the way of an offense. a^-^sS.t. "-: o i ? 3* " «i The Kansas .layhawks, whose niahomn -^"^^ « .ooo a a j on |y Big Eight loss was lo Colo- "·-'·*'j L o Tl o P i'ix» P M 0 4V« K lo 20-19, will be seeking (heir i°i55urt ::::::". » o i '.9» M "Ifourth league victory al Nebraska, o"»TM"si.i.""-"I J I t :«7ioi «'The Jayhawks, wilh hack John · · · - ' * " · » « · - - · p j ayin g in top f o r m , dis- their best offense of ttie ebraikt 2 Wa. State 2 K:UU Slate 2 ·Rlahoma 0 " o JM « igl 0 .000 « 1« By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There arc three candidates (or ho Big Eight football championship and a likely Orange Bowl in- vilnlion-- Missouri, Colorado and games next Saturday .hcrc'll more than likely be only Kansas. After two--Kansas and either Colorado or Missouri. Missouri, the defending Orange Bowl champ, and undefeated but once lied this fall, meets Colorado, winner of all five of its games, in Oklahoma figures lo break into the winners circle at the expense of Kansas Stale in Manhattan. While the Sooners were letting a big one get away from them last week, Kansas Stale was being kicked by Dave Hoppmann and Iowa State 31-7. Iowa State takes Its great one- man offensive show--Hoppmann-lo Boston for a game with Boston College. Oklahoma Siato will go out of RAAC Co-leaders To Meet Next Saturday Reeky MMinlalr, , , , CRUNCH1 -- CSC's Henry Morgan (33) is Morgan, on Iwo plays, rushed. spndwic , led bclwr , crl Jim Edwards (M) and down lo Ihe IBi-ard line. Here: T ^^ on , he M yard Jinc af ter picking the Hears' drive bogged down as a\ upbeight ynl . ds on a double reverse. Tire Bears fourth down reverse was three* lhrea(crlcd a ace limes to score but lost, 7-0 lo incl'.es short of a first down. Penalty Costly The Dears again threatened when Bruce picked oft a Waltj the Indians of Adams Stale. The Bear defense was strong Saturday but its offense inside the 20-yard line bogged down, Tribune photo by Bob Scales. Boulder. Kansas plays NebraskaL,,, conference to meet Wichita in in Lincoln. _ |Wicliila. chind in, s a i ur day was a great day for the lost quarter last Saiurday lo! more n lan onc back and at least beat Oklahoma 22-14 at Norman onc groat i ine s Ihe Buffaloes ran their Big Hoppmann gained 271 yards in light record to 4-0. It was the 25 carr j cs against weak Kansas fill straight loss for Oklahoma.^.^,, ] [D score d on runs of 71 and Adlmx St.ile Colo ColK'KO Adams Slale Colo Cotlrxe Colo. Mlnrs ... WeMern Slate · Cote Slrlc Col 1 5 !'§ s ah-"' T c ;" c Tr- TM ^ - cK -7 » ! ,,,,., · CC 3 last Iwo touchdowns cameu,,.,,,. wcre mr)rc!lC[ | ott a g a i ns r i i o ' u i « r*'" "10 '"i" 1 hvo mnutcs when (!lcm 71)c Bca ,. s ma[ic h3ck only ' \ \ I -TM "S i« Wcslcrn bobb!cci l a s t FC( -'° lul nt "six yards and Denny Dowse al- 3 7 I 'iS 4llJll l e m P l s to P uU lhc Gnmc oul ' templet, a field goal, The ball o 7 o .000 « m K u f ( wj|H]s BI)( | coll| i^raf-i. .. , By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS |Adams' passing game, but the In- v ' The co-lcadors of t lie Kocky'dians protected Iheir firsl quarter Mountain Con f c r e n c e footbaltilead with a rugged defense. They KM| ivos kicked short and A-S(ate ...chase, Adams Stale and Colorado ·.^'College, play Saturday at Coto|i tado Springs in a game expected · · to sctlle Ihc championship, i; V,. Adams, defending tilleholder, 'i Football Scores '$· By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' ; EAST ?''. Temple 14, Hofstra 12 -." SOUTHWEST ·: ' Texas 34, Rice 7 ·:. Alabama 17, Houston d ·':·. Arkansas 42, Northwestern La |:j' West Texas 27, Arizona 23 f : Ariz Stale Univ 47, Hardin Sim- :;:mons 0 ;. : : SOUTH :·: Miss Slalc 23, Memphis Stale 16 ':':': Miss Southern 33, Abilene Chris! - ' U a n 6 are unscored on in their Iwo eague viclories. Western Stale (1-2) plays Colo- ·ado Mines at Golden and the Miners' chances of remaining undefeated In league play look bleak, 'he Orediggcrs won Iheir only caguc ontmg against CSC, 13-G, or.ce again held. Wilh two minutes left in Ihc conlesl, the Dears starled another I drive. Hie big play of the drive was a fourth down pass to Morgan who made a nice catch on the 34 and scooted eighl more yards to [he Indian 20. There were six seconds left on. Ihc clock when the officials decided (o hold a conference in the anl were idle last weekend. mi( , a1c of , hc ticW an(i ,| 10 glln Colorado Stale College, win]css, som|(ic(1 1;cfore lhcy ca ,, cd tim( ,i n seven starts this season, stands ( much to ,, ]c disgust o{ Lin(]a t,i ittle chance of breaking llie |OT(1 t! . c homB f a n s - slrcak in Us non-conference game . , at Greclcy Saturday niglil wilh ; "" Yardstick he first lime In hlslory an Okla Prep Football Schedules Non-Confer*nc« Greclcy B-leam at Cheyenne 69 yards and threw a- 40 yard touchdown pass to end Larry Monte. Hadl got off a quick kick thai went 04 yards and into the end zone. He scored on an 11 yard run, passed for two touchdowns, recovered a fumble and blocked well. Missouri's powerful tackles and Central. Thur»d«y Non-Confcnnct guards enabled Ihe Tigers to post their third shutout of the year, fourth In as many years against Heath-Meeker at Cheyenne Me- Nebraska, ^ormick. Friday Northern Greclcy ct Fort Morgan, 7:45 p.m. Aurora at Sterling. Boulder at Englewood. Nearly 40,000 Deer Killed on Western Slope Idaho Slate. PJastic Helmet Could Be Cause Of Grid I n j u r i e s BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) --| Tuskcgce 27, Fort Valley Statejconcerned by an increase in juries on the playing field, college MIDWEST Detroit 41, Dayton 12 FAR WEST Williamelte 14, I^wis Clark 6 First downs Net yards gained by i ushing by passing Passes completed intercepted by j Punts Average CSC 10 » 147 1« in ni M 55 n M AS SWARMED UNDER -- Bear quurleibnck Tom Carlson is thrown for a two-yard loss in Ihe second quarter of the Colorado Stale College-Adams Siate game Saiurday. Making the tackle on Carlson is Bob Dando (73) and Art Gates (74). The Indians handed the Bears their seventh straight loss, 7-0. Tribune photo by Bob Scales. football's rules committee is ex-' ploring (he possibility thai the plaslic helmet may be responsible. Tiiis was revealed Saiurday by Yards penalized 5 1 5 24.1 1 0 55 Rushing Carlson Bear Individual Cal Tech 28, So. Calif College 8,Ccn. Ifobcil R Ncyland, chair- Mn ,.., all Whitman 19, Pacific (Ore) 13 |man of the fnolbnll rules commit-] ilee of the National Collegiate Alh-. ( "TrTM 1 ^TM"TM"T!^^*^TMTlilclic Associalion. ! Deaths and t-uncralSl ·There was an increase in: TMlinjurics last year, particularly! around the head and neck," Key-; land said. "We felt it might be the Bruce I.eivis Adams State 7 C 4 22 6 11 4 0 0 5 1 · 32.5 3 1 30 Yds Colorado State 0 0 0 19 20 10 0--7 0-0 Sporfs Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOXING M \ M I A -- Jw Brown ol Houston aiiiy (xilrolr.lKl B t r t Somrfio o! PKillp; inpji In retcid l l l h sutcts.'lnl deleiuc ol ill w o r l d listiKvclltil IMt. FOOTBALL U n d a l f d - ^IJil ^ Ji'5, rs __,| lc v i .. lin j"il?! lSFi«iteilpp?f Al'lbsmaf Ttxns," Co] orado Rr.rt Hul^ers. R A C I N G More Sports On Page 7 Yale Is First NEW HAVEN, Conn. (A1 J ) -When Yale beat Brown this fall the Eli became the nation's firsfFrancis 7 college Loveland at Fort Collins. College High at Valley High,.j; 7:30 p.m. Brush at Eaton. fr'orl I.upton at Lafayette. Poudr« Valley Ault at Wiggins. Plalte Valley at Laporte. »Jorth Central Erie vs. Berthoud al Loveland Weld Cenlral at Windsor. Colorado High School Football DENVER (AP) - Nearly 40,000 deer were killed in Ihc first week i Colorado's big game :ason that started Ocl. 1. The harvest of elk reached almost 3,000 by Saiurday midnight. The Slate Game Fish Department announced Sunday this official count by each of its five major check stations'- Tdaho Springs 12,544 deer; 1,059 elk, 23 bears. 16,069 deer; 526 elk; I bears. Denver Regis 20, Machebeuf 0 Denver Mullen 40, St. Joseph 0 Monarch 9,204 deer; 60-1 elk; Del Norle 1,331 deer; 911 elk; Ted's Place wesl of Fort Collini C\MDEN. N. J. -- C n r r y Back (S3) survived fo'Jl claim 1" ivinr.ijs Trenton Hnn.V.c'.np ;it Garden Stsite I'ark. XFW YOKK -- Mljhly Fair H2.!« wo:i lie 5S7.000 I.-idiM l[ndie»] al A'lue- Adams Stale scoring -- TD: Mike Huiz (I. 7, pass from Bob Hidalco). PAT: John Blatnick DOWNING Mrs. Bertha R. Downing ot 212 Gth Ave. Wife of \VI1- limn II. Downing; niolher ot Miss Ella Mao Downing, I.elloj- Downing, and Ed- wnrd Downing ot Greeley, Downing, Downing, and Mrs. P h i l orm a judgment." i 1 So far 21 football players have died in 1961, including four col- v.h:ch Irish SMoepilakcs arc linscJ. CHICAGO - Spicy (551 scored hall kncih vlr|ory ] lu Llllleloa llaniicnp a KGLEWOoilJ"calW. -- Al!ks Bj "' :t' worlrt r«ord lor mile ami « *j; ..'K r 'cf' Amcrkaa racing ctnsslc *t lie lyivooil Park. legians, two semi-pros and high school boys. "There is a real question whelh- 1 er plaslic head guards are not Ihc cause of an increased number of Skyline Grid Race Resembles Last Year the deciding touchdown with 1:1 accidents. The accidents seem (o, be to the wearer of the helmet,! Denver Cathedral 26, Mt. Car- Tuefiday Adarnson Memor 1^1 Chapel. I n t e r m e n t Sun- pel Memorial Oar den a. i BEXTON John Q. Uenlon ol the Keaton N u r s i n g Home. Services 10:30 from Mncya Room. F.Iks I,inn Grove. Aggies Favored JTo Win Skyline B a s k e t b a l l Title By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Skyline Conference foot- SALT L.-\KE CITY (AP) -- Sky- ball race is beginning to look like line Conference basketball coach- a carbon copy of last year's com- |es, meeting for a rules clinic here petition when Wyoming and Utah ,,*£· |Sunday, singled out Colorado ! st.ite finished as co-champions, i Slate University as the learn rr.os! After last weekend's action the -- likely to win the I961-S2 league standings add validity lo that old · ·title. JKrench saying lo (he effect, "The {! Coach Jim Williams' Ram crew more things change, the more · shared the Skyline title wilh Utah they are Ihe same." Hansen's G r e e n h o u s e * last year, but the Utes won a play! Wyoming concuiered Utah 1S-G J l o f f and went on to finish fonrth.it Salt Lake City to pull a half- i n J K e n t ·';,, the NCAA championships. CSU' S ame in f r o n t , ' b u t Utah State, AMMMM played in the National Invitation;frolickin» in a 69-0 non-league vic- Tournamcnt. r i Services ·····················I · FLOWERS 3 S For All Occasions John mid I.illn Kent -5 -- Owners ._: ·»·«»·«··*· Say It with flowtrs when thoiJflhti art deep and h a r d to express. Luzmoor's Flowers EL 2-2851 West 10th St. MONUMENTS and MARKERS ' 50 Year* of Leadership In : Granite and Bronie Monument* ;. O P E N S U N D A Y S by A p p o i n t m e n t H a l p h Hollister · G R E E L E Y MONUMENT CO. 1015 71h Ave. lory over Idaho, is in good po- Coach Jack Gardner of ITtahlsition lo windup in a deadlock for saM he was happy that Colorado the title. Stale was in the favorite's vn!e.'. Since Wyoming and Utah State : Gardner, however, has a f I rong battled to a C-6 tie in their meet- leam reluming headed by Billyling al Laramic it's probably cq- CHie Hill) McGill, 6-S senior, juiiablc that they^hould finish in Slan Watts of Brigham Younp a tie for Ihc championship. University and Frosty Cox of Tl:c similarity to the 1960 race Montana, also were r.itcd as title prevails at the bottom of tire contenders in the Skyline baAot-slandings as well as at the top ball campaign. Pre-confcreacc with Colorado State University play begins Dec. 1. ; m:red in the basement aflcr los Other, coaches allcnding were ing seven straight this season, in Ladell Andersen, freshman mcn-'clnding four in Ihc conference ' CSU's lalcst setback was 22-1 ui ^ Montana at Missoula. The Griz Mexico "and Bill Stran'nigan of ?.lics finished their Skyline com Wyoming. paign wilh a 2-4 mark. Lasl sea ;.on lhcy had a 2-5 record whe Wyoming plays Arizona Salur- i' "fe 27i «i (!a y in a non-conference match at s 2 o '.TM 133 it Tucson before finishing its season i \ I jJ? "'"against New Mexico at Albuqucr- J 3 2 -S5 3? i"'que Nov. 11. The New Mexicans .ooked improved in turning back \ir Force 21-6 last Saturday but they have a long way to go to reach equality wilh the Cowboys. Utah State, running up its biggest score of the season against undermanned Idaho, travels to Prove for a contest Saiurday with Brigham Young, which was idle last Saturday. Utah, its title hopes dashed in he defeat to Wyoming, goes to ,lbiK|iierque this Saturday lo play lew Mexico. The Ules, unbeaten n three previous games with the xibos, are favored to return to ie victory trail. CSU will play the Air Force al D e n v e r in a non - conference match. tor at Utah Stale: lloyl Brawner] Ci 'of Denver: Bob Sweeney of New.to :^ in which we excel F U N E R A L DIRECTORS G R E E L E Y EATON Four Generation! of Servlci John Allnutt, Jock Allnutt, Bill Allnutt Sports Notes BRISBANE, Australia (AP) -On their showing in the final of Ihe Queensland Hardcourt Tennis Roubles, Hod Laver and Roy|| Emerson c o u l d be Australia's new doubles combination for the 1902 Davis Cup if Neale Frascr's knee continues to give trouble. Laver and Emerson beat Fred Slolic and Bob Hewitt, 1961 Wimbledon finalists, 6-3 6-4 in 45 min ules at Gladstone Sunday. imc a few minules M E M B E R 6V INVITATIO Roo.r M»ri» failed to put. Itw Denver was a league member, mles at GlatJstoi ll out of the infield in his first| Wyoming and Utah traded f i r s l | The match ca: "ven limes up in the first Hvolhalf louch*wns and wound up at r.flcr Laver had beaten Emerson si WnrlH Series Barnes. intcrrrission 6-». The Cowboys got|7-5, 6-3 m Ihe men'i singles Imj!. N 0 NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS

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