Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 6, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 6, 1962
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%l! e y Be g' n s Quest of Northern Championship ^ Trojaus and Boulder's Panthers are the top seeded teams for the W62-63 N'nrtnern Conference basketball chase. The Wildcats are Ibled among the "big three' because they are defending champions. Actually. Greeley has won seven of the last eight Northern championships. Aurora and Boulder are top seeded because of several re- turiinig veterans. Greeley, on the Me changover in personnel. After the "big three' Englewood --Greeley's opponent in to* conference opener Friday -- Long, niont and Fort Collins are listed. Loveland. Fort Morgan and Ster and Fort Collins entertains Fort Morgan in the other game Greeley Coach ,m Baggot. the =n^^. Teener. 3 !££ final three positions, according to the preseason forecasts. Tw. Big Gimti The stakes will b» big right off. Friday's schedule finds Longmont playing at Aurora and Greeley at im · n u i f , , ·"" uca " 01 i\onnern mentors who Boo RunneUs 6-foot and tog «ll probaoly battle for the has cached the Wildcats since Baggot. s-foot-9 at guarfc tmal three DOSItUin^ artwtma ^ n in*-* l - _ J ·., .. ( · »WI J, u gualU*. very much likejder and Hank Sussmaa will tale on two big"boys Dearu Belau up the slack. ifrfoot-6) and Gale Mekelburg -t- Bnimkv 6-ioot-2 and^ck^aairVr-rf ^, t " m ' U; " DW Aurori pla - v * Cten y Cr«k foot-5) plus transfer Jay Little- tooth. oETi faU£^5 LtokeVel elooulo^-^ !S ^ * * ^ " * ""^ "* »TM lhe ^ UMe ~ Rothman K.f~,r., ,, ,J± ,.A ^?TM '' *'TM'* ^^^ alxi 8 anw - field won't be eligible until the Ftrt CMm - The Lambkins end o f the semester. He starred - ---TM..TM M , v-iM/i-w, M i tcutci, ami dean of Northern mentors who Bob Runnells, 6-foot, and Tom 1913, was pleased with the results of last weekend's games is former Greeley High standout Baggot considers Tom Doc-tor, and Mead prep coach. Jack 6-foot-2, his number one reserve Adams. .SJEIW^ jrjjtfs; 5{E in* ter the oth "-- in ** = '^~ «,,? ^^-- beat Denver George Washington. %?£ 2"^J^." 1 ": ""J^ TM _ ^ ,.-_ ... ?£?-. "* ."·* TM« a f«enVe game. hoai rw r u- i.- w use nls "P Iour guards in com- £i"T e ±? he /" h ^'"' "-«- - « P'aymaker and game that was as in Cat, Bulldog Wrestlers Encounter Non-Loop Foes Tlw Greelev and CollH* Hio * ,, ,,. VHV pi(i,, IMll v C i oiju BOULDER -- The Panthers un- one shooter. Tom Baggot and der new coach Ken Furman are Butch Butler ire considered the quite similar to the Greeley Wild- playmakers, while Runnells and rats in height and abilities, but Robin Weathers are considered the shooting guards. -- ---""-"e a**"*" 0 - --- ····· « ««»i icui jea. a yjudu Completing the top ten this Headin S the team is 6-foot-l for- week are Larry Sweitzer at cen- ward Dicl! A »derson, a junior ter and Gus Miller at forward. Tlw Greeley and College Hig wrestling teams will headline an other weekend of non-conferenc action. Grecley will wrestle at Brus al 7 p.m. Thursday and at Lakewood at 2 p.m. Saturday. Mean while. College High entertains La fayette al 7:30 p.m. Friday hi non-league meet The only conference wrestlini this weekend finds Roosevelt e Laporte at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in a Tri-Valley meet. Other meets: Friday -- Weld Central at Brighton, Valley High at Loveland B and Fort Lupton at Broomfield. Saturday -- Brus] at Sterling Invitational and Weld Central at Yuma. Although Greeley bowed 26-1 to Pueblo South last weekend Coach Don Gorman is quite opti mistic about the Wildcats. Through the preconfcrence sea son, Gorman juggles his wrestling lineup freely, giving as mam boys experience as possible. Againsl Brush, he will use a sophomore-dominated l i n e u p Some of the 196142 lettermen wi: see action Saulrday at LakewoK The Greeley Wildcat lineups: Against Bruih 95. Walt Davis; 103, Mike Hog ers: 112, Gary Wallace; 120, Pa Menke; 127, Allan Brown; 133 Glen Hager: 138, Nick Shepherd 145, Dick Fuller; 154, Rick No Ian; 165, Fred Frederick; 180 Bill Lehman, and hvy, Tom Yai key. The lineup against Lakewood, 95, Rogers; 103, Wallace; n: Don Bauer; 120, Don Miyosh 127, Frank Delgado; 133, Bo Good;'138, Sheperd; 145, Nolan 154, Frederick; 165, Lehman KESTER Mrs. Isaoelle Hester 1214 8th St. Mother ,,. Mrs. Helen Jean McDonald of. Germany. Sister of James A. Hart of Woodland Hills, Calif. Mrs. M. Myrtle Kramer of Greeley Mrs. Bertha Matthews of Golden, Mrs. Jessie Price and Mrs. Lucille A. Robinson, both of Denver, Mrs. Ida Hauford of Los Angeles, Calif. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Serv ices 2 p.m. Friday Adamson Memorial Cha'pel with Interment Linn Grove. -t* utru viua niiUKl al IWi ·YttiU. j" wniwi^Ai tu U1C Both will see plenty of action varsi 'y midway through last sea- with th* Greeley B-team Kilteni. son becau s« of his scoring abil ..... _ . Uv In miirimn Dnnlr1n» *_ _ « ^taaBSRS^t 3 ?"-^ ;-.·**.-« i~r» i£Z£F*?ifSZ the unofficial" Northern B-team p,i r ;^i, u,i« i_.. : .' ,:,.. ...,,' DMMh/MM K*t*r ISO, no one; and hvy, John Brow-133, Smith; 138, Cal Gibbs; 145, T Jim Hatch; 154, Dave Klingen- In Brush, Greeley will encoun- berg; 165, Gene Gade; 180, Jim er an inexperienced team. Only Eckersley; hvy, Eddy Glenden- 'our lettermen return from last ning. year's team. leres They are heavyweight Mike son game. Tomasini, 154-pounder Stan Grip- Jin, 112-pounder Vic Fiscus and , .,. , · · ··--- ·^-p»i"."wTM« .-·. »"v nuniung anncu ncii. -i--·- ",,,·» in us ursi uowi apuearance tne S'pouKrrv Butz Zv ti Ba6got ^^^vered the play- Englewood followed will, a 65- TM5 ft Eight Conference pro- 1MO Orange Bow,, and did' the «^^S^l??,,!S erlUiatl » wiUn!l » ll P lmto «^ ai victor y over De " ver Manual^ ff0 °u allt . bOWl leams «TM to Kansas, 20-14. eight years « Wes StoBe Gre °' ey thmugh the season ' An ^ Saturda y wilh ^ mfr S TMTMR H \ , · Li ! flrSt ' ime in ' atcr ' Gc0r « il1 U ' beat the Ti fi"» "' Coll.j« High RHdy College High's lineup against varsity action a year ago Lafayette will be virtually the same that bowed to Fort Morgan, 32-16, last Saturday. The only change coach Bill Trimble will make will be at 133 with Tom Smith replacing injured Dick Weist. Weist injured his ribs. Ireeley through the season. And Saturday with Wegener scoring hat was his particular aim since 19 points, Scott 15, Massey M and none of the Wildcats saw regular Sparks 13. Offensively, Englewood switch- By JIM BECKER handed sometimes when I'm . AMeciit«l Pr.n Sporti Wrlt«- rushed. I don't think I ever had " , g ? * l ~* am: Sudduth: 112, Bill Skill:' 120, Rog- NEW YORK 'AP - Terry The slender, 195-pound Baker, s ', real! '. ° er Candelaria; 127, Gary Bollig; Baker . the Oregon State quarter- who led the Beavers to an 8-2 sea- cnam P 1011 The Bulldog lineup: 93, Dave Obcrdorfer; 103, Dave South Dakota Falls to A.F. Cagers, 79-31 back 'named the outstanding play- sou and topped the nation in total er in college football, picked up offense, said he was "" ihe Heisman Trophy--with both thrilled to receive the Heisman , , ° -·/ nuu ' u hands-Wednesday. Trophy as I was when it was an- M by a co "' t 'rTM« team Then he said that he hadn't yet nounced that 1 was the winner ' ° ver made up his mind about a pro Ally. Gen Robert Kennedy football career, but indicated that who played varsity football at C.-.J. \A/_ M. he would play. He added that he Harvard, was to make a trophy t a b f - Vy GSi would be lucky to get in more presentation speech on a radio fl · ·f than one day of practice with his program later Wednesday night. SnMilP I O3m team before the Liberty Bowl Baker is Ihe 28th winner * * I H I I I C I Cdlll game against Villanova in Phila- Baker, the first draft choice of A ,,.,_.... t AIR FORCE ACADEMY Colo T?'* D6 ° 15 ' lhe Los An e eles Rams wh ° had ^ " n O U n C 6 U AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. B aker, a left-handed passer who the No. 1 pick in the National Foot , _. r^-- -» ,,..,, v.,^.i, u . » pi^n in me nauuijtu r (jui- punts right-footed, throws a base- ball League, said he had not made ball with his right hand and shoots up his mind about a pro career a basketball with both, received but indicated he planned one ;he trophy at a dinner at the -- .-- r v «u u u ,.,, ltl at me u L uo nave a pro career ne Downtown Athletic Club which se- said, "It will be after lhe basket- lectt the winner. HEINZE Hugo Heinze of Rt. 1, Ker- Bey. H u s b a n d of Mrs. Sigrid Heinze. nienls later. Arrange. PICKERING Mrs. Maggie M. Pickering of the Kenton Nursing home, formerly of MillU ken. Mother of Mra. Margaret Garner of Greeley Mrs. Pearl Jeffers and Thomas Pickering, both of 1'liUteville. Albert Pickering and Mrs. Violet Me- Clary, botli of Uenver, 'Jain Pickering of Broomfield Heights, B a n f o r d Pickering of N a m pa, Idaho, and LeRoy Picker- Ing of Gil). Sister of Mrs. Annie Koffman of Clmp- pell, Nebr., and N'is Paul- Ben of Oslikosh, Nebr. Services 10:3(1 a.m. Saturday from Maeys Drawing room. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Al's ihe dinner. "I pitch baseball right- ing average to the Air Force's 56.5 on 25 of 46 Sou Dikoti c Walker I Pinncy Over ' Hale Brunt Lewis Sflvcrso! Michael Kennies _ . ,,., Bennett 0 0 0 Martin Srhaffcr 0 0 OI),ck Muilcnburi 0 0 I) Hiuema Tolilr I IS 31 Totiti HaUtime: Air Force 39-15. TAlr Pare* 0 I 1 Judd - 1 3 Hinmzn 1 8 IG Porter l 1 3DUndriir C 2 2 Head 0 0 OZocllrr o o oi,accy 0 0 OPavkii ^ Frce throws missed: South Flowers 2131 9th St. Ph. 352-2582 ARRANGEMENTS CORSAGES SPRAYS POTTED PLANTS _. Plnnpv 2. Dyer 5. Hale 2, Bninn Lewis, Mennirs 2. Air Forcr. Judd. H man 2, I'ortrr 4, Dtfftndorfpr 3 " Zoeller 3, Psvlch 2, Sowers, M»rtl man 2, AUfndance: 1,450. Gola to Warriors . Square Garden favorite, Wednes- Skysce ne FLOWER RANCH · Plant! · Arrangement! · Sprnyi 2418 19th Ayr 353-154 S Qwner, Hirold Adcock Findi D»p.ndiblti hey have several veterans re- :urning from last year's s-juad KHtm RlWy ity. In guiding Boulder to a 7361 victory over Manual last Fri- /.h.,.. 1 i.- n*. ... ^airKK, Male Irwin, John Miller championshjp Ttempson will se- a. Pospahala and ,, ^ eel .!« starting team Friday berry plus , rans[er ^ fron, among: Don Harper, Tom- , e , Le t t er man Duke Prentup is Zr^^Sl and , D TM; Me - vwat expected later in the vear guards- Miller, John Harmstrom Boulder plays a non-lea-ue ud Mike Deutcher at forwards. g am e Jan. 18 at Cheyenne East «dS«ter and Jim Basey a. gAuw . _ Thre e reTuTning^: ' ' ulars or semi-regulars head Au- In Englewood, Greeley encoun- rora's attack. They are all-North- :er s a team similar in height, ern guard Ken Kurtz husky cen- Nine of the 13 Pirate varsity ter Bill Walker and marksman members is 6-foot or better with Terry Scheibler. reserve toward Leroy Whitely measuring S-fooU. Englewood starters for new D °n Sessions and Mike barrows. coach Evan Jones are: Gary Mas- However, he hopes another letter__._.. wv.tvo BIV. victtj jiiuo- · ·"· ··w(*»-a auuiiiri 1CIICI- WHO rcpldCOQ "tn*V l^dDGCf 9t l "'"'ft* 1 " »* uuuiuct , r u t v \_ur sey and Art Scott, both 5-fnot-9, m»n Tom Deckard. Bu8 Schnei- midseason last year Is countlne lins at Aurora . Slerlin « at En el" at guards' Rnh Snarls K.rnnl.') · . ' K u,TMJ at guards; Bob Sparks, 6-fnot-2, at center, and Mike Wegener, 6 foot-', and Doug Nurnberg. 6-foot- 1, al forwards. Baltnn Attack - . This quintet played all the way erestmg as any mid or lale sea- in Englewood's reason's opener. Three Big 8 Bowl Teams Face a Jinx a 49-38 victory over Lakewood All but Nurnberg scored .veil. --· -- .«.,* i, tl i c 1,1 mid. ucvigm v,. oeai me tigers «s history in Oklahoma, Missouri H-0 in the liW Orange Bowl. Dan and Nebraska, but each must deal Devine's club beat Navy the nest With n nn* Tho« ov n . _. _._ rf Baker Gets Trophy, Looks to Cage Play with a jinx. They are. Oklahoma has lost only one Collins at Fort Morgan, Aurora ., at Longmont. Feb. 1 -- Longmont at Fort (AP)-Soulh Dakota went without a basket for 14 minutes of the first half and the Air Force riddled the frigid Coyotes 79-31 for its first basketball victory Wednesday. In a sensational first half shooting spree, the airman connected on 14 of 18 from the floor for a 39-15 intermission bulge. South Dakota's Jim Dyer hit the losers' first basket with less than two minutes gone. The next Coyote basket came with 4:15 left in the half when Jay Hennies connected on a jumper. During that span, the Air Force romped from a 12-3 advantage to ... . . _ a 32-9 bulge as the reserves took WCeReOU StOWIS over Only one of Ihe Falcons' 12 men T f Q p 3 SklgTS failed to score as a full-court i 111 i . press kept South Dakota off bal- m W a s h i n g t o n ance throughout Ihe second half. For the game, the Coyotes hit 8 BELUNGHAM. Wash. 'AP) of 40 shots for a 20 per cent shool- Tnree ' oun g skiers who became lost in weekend storms were res- """ .ILtlOUII. lllglll. 11UW II1J I considet myself a natural thoughts are on the Liberty Bowl, left-hander," Baker said before and then basketball. After that SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A Mlanced and talented West squad for the 38th annual Shrine East- West football game, to be played - _ here Dec 29, was anonunced ball season. Right now my Thursday by managing director negotiate with me." i · --o"" · « i i i m_i£ii c»ci JJUIM11J, AlHl IIL^U* handed because I have two older tiale wilh anyone who wants to brothers and there weren't too many gloves around the house, so used a right-hander's glove. "I'm a pretty sorry right-handed passer, though--even though some writers swear I throw right- *h"""^ Y»IUI die, -- i. ^fbviuiiji^ nn me z"}-piay- vivjnibun tt-n in iao/ al me Ur- The Beaver ace, whose career er _ tea m that was drawn from 16 a "6 1 -' classic. Those were the only .olal of 1980 yards was the second TM'erenl schools wesl of the Mis- vi """' i "'' '·" -- --· · "·- bighesl for a collegian in history, sissippi niver. said, however, that he might be ' - - o--- -- --* *!«"' "-i uni.iv ounny UIODS mteresled in a coaching career who can throw the ball a Texas' someday "if I have a long career mile, will enjoy the use of llueh " t( » tha "-" u Campbell, the NCA record-hold aker, who graduates in ing end from Washington Stale mechanical engineering next June, and a number of olhcr noted re o F . . SB Ion. 1 ' 3 by stretcher. 2 6 » 17 » Dakota him t o Abbotsford. B . (.'. ( L. ,-,,, . ,,. , . . . Fog and rain prevented a hell. l,u l ' al "" rn ' : ' "* l "TM |K1 "'" "'I-MMCKS ,,,,,·.,,. | ic . NEW %0llh iAPi-The fl«TM-copier from Pnine Air Force Base, i. ,.,._,,.,.,,. . , , . «' a! .|,in K t,,n Stale; Krl Curnming dering New ^ork Kn.cks picked Wash., from picking up Melien H T ,' " '','"' lw " KmM - '"« Tli,,rnl.,n up Tom u,,|a. an old Madison and Kozak .," thc gcamP Th *,,,ni5 alone north on the Bay | )r , 15 ka. ifnj,,,... . . . . . ' . 3 snore freeway v.hen h e passer! were !o he evacuated lo a lower , " , ' » l . , t . ,, ./^ ( ; T ( I t , U U L C U l\l (1 I l l W f ^ l ,,- r ll, ,, ' it I I F^ancto 3 SoF£ £ *£**,^ - ^^t^ '" M """· Danny Valdez, w^Zn^r ^^t^^'S^''*"'^ - ''"'go Serrano von a few miles from Ml. Baker !* Cy ' "''? "f" 1 '" SM h ;! lm " ~ ern Division cellar 12'j games out Ix,,lee n S;in M; ' ln tommumly II lal. ns soon as he heard of Ibi 1.0.S AXfiKIJCS (AI'i-Thc Fri- |rr day ninlil fi-alhcr»cight tmnl !»·· pinn in Switzerland. of first place, hope to set scoring The two Air Force men hiJ.h - , , punch, hustk. defense and crowd about 22, had gone lo Ihe meun- ',, i 3 ^.^£r*-!L3L. MiXd ITSri^ «7«W^T -;; ·- ·»-* v*r 3 ,,d where lhe Watriors piayetl before coma. Wash., where they had been Sp ' m San f ranrisrn ' their shift lo San Francisco this assigned about Nov. I after grail-,, season, was named the im*t vain naline from a navigator's srbool.|| MOTC SDOrtS of seven bowl games under Bud JV · """ W °" " srri^^A'K--*^- sends Alabama again^ the BiS^,^^ L^"^ ^^ U « hBd ^ ^'^ F « Or±e C ig New ha v rnPS . \"" ** *TM" « ^n^ e ^ m " ^'^ B TM'"" « ^sS^^^'-sr.wtt ^TM**TM^^-;^r^.^ Missouri faces Georgia Tech ^K^ ^^^ f veland at Kort «ns, a^ ^ TM · .u r,t , "-"--eta J.IA.H M ; imi Ma in the G in the Bhiebonnet Bowl at Houston ,, ^ ^1 ,,' ' Dec. 22 and a Tiger victory would "If I do have a pro career," he will weigh everything, and nego- would also like to do some gradti- ceivers. ate study work. He won one of the The West National Football Foundation. cued Wednesday from 10.700-foot /f Q / ti · 11 T Ml. Baker in northwest Washing. "/BTS iXllllTier One had to be carried o u , , n j u r e d ^ ^ Bad we*ther and poor commu- A r r i r l p n f Wo^ nications hampered Ihe operation. "^'UCHt Y Y C M . The three were U.S. Air Force S ,\N FRANCISCO I A P ) Sin i 6 5 LIE. John Melien. Lindslrom, Klan d,c« 4* r ln?fh ei nm 'M ^ ^:3^^T£r^^ v,., 0 | nis n g||| | C g \vednesday night CKNTEIIS D^YrBranY-ViiSi r'sVh.Yi"TM man, Donald I. McKinnon ^""'h' 6 '" "" B ""'""" a / "' K ' 11 -TMTF:i!.S -. | lav Mansfield *W2ffi J ,Sf;: Z SfJ ll ISSSi The stretcher case was one of ± " f 1 n Tri pT* , * W" 1 " 1 *'TM: ''"» Miple,. B. 'uJBr-ju'iJc'Afc sa.'ijsr.i o* ^ ?TM ^ rs . bu t ^- r y c me ,; n ±"" n [ ! ' n J 1( Willilini - '·'" s "" · st; "' ; TM X.P*,., ,« t n,, r , r 3, ,,,,,. er it was Melien of Kozak was °J ^ "la:L T ie not known immediate y. Iam)c(] . ,, ,, - oufonTLTM \ ^ Tlie '*·«* «' "» TM N X/ IX * I T i ° U ' o n ' r ostsd teet. An nmhulancc niH «r vi i · ,L .Y.Kn.cksTrade ****^a,_«.^ueb^S«,,£?%«£;-;^TM n ^^ "inu n,:tl "i s Dt 1C camp ami was schedued to take j , . j ,-,, , .... , - .-i ~ ,, riw ' r anri II'IK) Kiliwr to safety T( ,, Ty m , m _ Mm ,,. |n . | Ijable player in Ihrce fiardrn tour The helicopter was lo lake tliemll I namcnls dm ing his Isra-H college to lhe Vadipan Armv Hospilsl I'days at LaSalle. near McChord ' On PflflP 7 =* (..,, hinn _ . ,, · "· --""· -- Jue Lamraunj M( j O I the semester. He former f ^ S T 1 COM We " I*TM"* tlw Conferenc? a. New R.vmer last veai lorm^r drfpi^v Uioh otii,j,.,.i ,,_._:! _ . - _ _ t , , . ,, . * spouers. a typical feal of Coach - r . ,, ,_. r .,. u . . vtt » VA v-vwvii f(jr\ Morgan iusi lu \,iwrii Bob Cates. Cates has veterans Creek 49-H last Friday and will Gerry Robinson. Bill Walters and p i ay host to Sheridan Union Sat- Artie Galleeos leading th* t»am .._j_.. _.·_!.. :.. :,_ ,,.!-- . n . «,,« points as Fort Collins bowed to Cheyenne Central, 56-52. , . ' -- JU31 IKaillJ 11 Vlll IQJI itai i. tort Collins has concluded its team . O nly returning leltermen' non-league action. are Marty p ratber ^ ^ ; Coach_Bob Deck- rortuDf , ' Sterling lost to Cheyenne Cen er's Trojans are one of the tallest j ,,.,, . H , IL ^, ^lening tosi 10 (,ne«-mie vcu- ·ard Dick Anderson , i ,,· « fTM "TH *' ilh W °° 1 " 4 John '"I, 5325, last Saturday and will i A ADderso "' » J wm - Flanders and high scoring 8-foot- D i a ; w, ,,, sk | nev Ne b Dec *±TM, r K* to *«; TM ««?*.ron« ^ Er . ^ £X^e.TM ·«£ . Other players are: veterans . . J atrkk, Hale Irwin, John Miller, Coach Ernie Redlon has lost alented players in Lynn Baker, erenee game. Stwlini - Coach Merle Bodkin | lost heavily from last year' ' fert scored 37 points in two games last weekend. . .. rnoav -- uiwicv ai jjiigic-, N.' 1h g «°r,' ,[ lrSt ,. ,' De " Ver »'wl. ^nTM" at Aurora, Boul-j M R'" 1 TM" CH '^' t0 C '" 0n der ·» Sterli °«. Fort Mor 8 a " a 'l , City, KM9. Other top Trojans are Frosty Fort Collins. Dec. 14 -- Fort Collins at Long ru» ^ ii j i ·. i. "K- » -- "rt touuis at Long- BmcrawS ^ Md TMnt. Sterling at Iceland, En g le- Lovil.rx) - Don Constantz at ^.J, 1 Loveland has a good nucleus of D ° UHKr veterans although he lost e high , Uec ', 15 ~ * ° rt ""^ a ^ scorers from last year', team e - v ' , T 8 TM"' 3l f^^' If the leltermen can take up the '.f elan t al AUr ° ra ' slactr lyivol.nrf ,!,, .,,,». .. . F » rt Collins. slack. Ixiveland also rates as darkhorse. Lettermen are John May. Tony Ramirez. Don Carlson and Dale Fentiman Loveland opened its season bow- Dec. 21) -- Aurora at Sterling. Dec. 21 -- Greeley al Ixmg- mont. Fort Collins at Loveland. Englewood at Boulder. Jan. 4 -- Uoulder at Greeley, Loveland opened ils season bow- ""'· ' «~"«' « v..,^., Ing lo Denver, 55-43. Loveland en- '^"K 1 TM 1 " at Fort Morgan. Une- lerlains Cheyenne East in i non. land at Englewood, Sterling at iertains Cheyenne East in a non- league game Saturday. -- Jerry Marrs. Fort Collins. Jan. n -- Greoley at Lovcland. Fort Morg M _ Jerry Marrs Jan - u ~ Greole - v at ! ' ov « la "i. who replaced Perry Langer at Fort Mor g an al Boulder, Fort Col- m^.«« n __ l _ _ , F- . . . ., line at Allrnrn ^lerltna al Pnnlp. wood Jan. 12 -- Sterling at Greeley. loulder al Longmonl, Loveland at Fort Morgan. Aurora at Englu- wood. Jan. IB -- Greeley at Aurora. By JIM VAN VALKSNIURG A.wo.ttd Prti, Sporti Writw in the 1951 Sugar Bowl, cnd- - -. nun. ruining uii me neeis 01 me ^ :;,s?^° "««·.'» «··-** of = lo^tr,"^ f "'·' '·-- * 7 ' 2 - The Sooners lost to Ten- , :· ' ; · ---" »- ajeam from Georgm in a nc5SM . s , la i iona , champ ,. ^ |he wood al Loveland. Fort Collins al Orange Bow! of 1939 »nd beat g North Carolina State in the Gator Bowl eighl years later before Wilkinson took over. Despite O U ' s ^ l - | _ Ct I I glittering record, the conference Wl\Id. Jl. U. las an 11-12 bowl record. Missouri Stands 1-6 in bowl ;amcs, Kansas 1-1, Colorado 1-1 and Oklahoma Slate 1-0. This doesn't include Colorado's loss in he 1938 Cotton Bowl, and OSU's 2-1 bowl record before they joined .he conference. William H. Coffman. Head Coach Dan Devine of Mis- have Six of lhe conference's 23 bowl , - --· -v james involved the runner-up ' h , c , TM molro " "' ·'!'" %Rlc at learn and four were defeats Kan- oklannma stnl « L'nivmity will ^lart immediately, officials said passers. catchers, runners, kickers and defensive specialists on Ihe 24-plaj sns under Jack Mitchell beat Rice 13-7 in the Hlnebonncl last fall. Colorado under Dai Ward beal Clcmson 27-21 in 19b7 al Ihe Or TCU quarterback Sonny Gibbs, squad will train at $500 Earl Balili study grants Slanford University and will re- awarded to sludent-athlcles by the port, as the East on Dec lo Ik',,.: i ,1. _,, _ , , , , , . . ,,., . ' ' "*-^. IJ. The squjid: ENDS-Hugh Camphull Washington Slate; dene Itaes/. Ilioe; Marvin Fleming, Utah; Conrad Uitchler. Missouri. TACKLES-Slcve linrncll, Ore ion; Ron Snidow. Oregon-'Dave t'osta. rtah; Lion? Ulah Stale. GUARDS - Tom Hertz QU'AltTKItliACKS - '"'ICihl.s. TCI . |, ar -y H:illi(.ti'."cii'li fornia: Jim Johnson Missouri " d HAI.MiACKS-Ch.-iilc, M,|,.|ie!l Ne- J~* * ^ * * » » ^ I I W Fight Canceled I'ulja Serrano was canceled Wednesday year's Southwestern runner because of a (raining injury suf- s|xit nmonj: senior ladies feretl by Valdez. fered ; siiin Tisculsy. Olympic Auditoriu spokesmen said. xmgmont at Ixiveland. Fort Mor( j rcl ' ll ' y al : gan at Sterling, Englewood at an ' 1 8 ;! p m bowl game. Tech beat Mizzou 21-7 ga " ils first bowl appearance, the Fo , rt Co " 1I1! -- - - · - - - Jan. 2S -- Fort Collins at Gree- ey, Loveland at Boulder. Aurora it Fort Morgan, Sterling al Longmont. S*cond Round Jan. 26 -- Englewood al Grw- ey, Sterling at Boulder. Fort 3. Nebraska has never won a Aurora. Feb. I -- Grocley nt Fort Morion, coming on the heels oTi'he *"; Au '°? u ^"^ ^ Collins at Boulder, Englewood al ~ ongrnont. Feb. 9 -- Ixingmont at Greeley Oklahoma's over-all bowl record at Aurora, Boulder at Knglewood. Fob, 15 -- Greeley at Boulder, r ort Morgan at Longmom. Engle victories by runner-up teams. Ne braska in l!lf5 and Mizzou in 1%0 seni second place teams to Miami because OU couldn't go two straight years. Don Faurot's Missouri teams lost Ihe 19« and 1930 Gator Bowl games after losing only to Okla- Ia 5 J[ homa in ronferiinpfi niax. salary. homa in conference play. The Big EiRht has a 6-3 record since its Orange Bowi began. Broadmoor Favored in Skate Meet . Brojil.TKiri! Skal ing Club of Col r.-ulo Springs Colo., is favored lo nis relalion.'liips a m | w h o is will successfully defend it:, team lit In '"C to work . . in |,i,ii,| a n (llll in Ihe seconrl annual Southwest- smnding foollisll pronraio " ern siilw-njon;:! figure «kaliii« championships Thursday a n l j Kri- day. twelve of lhe 40-skater field will ConVICtfid OH be represent in;; Ihe Hroadmimr in - U I I T I » | c U On Ihe two-day qualifyini! meet al the "· Dallai Ice \ren.i. The lop Hire. ·.··.·veil |ii.-iljfyinji inn In mine up wj|| )«. from Thompsnn is seeking the junior ' i" " .'^».i\iii^ int.- junior A m Vnlnez, from Ixis Angeles, sul- ladies crown after placing vrond denied ·ul lip in n sparring ses in lhe Soulhweslorn and fifth im Hie Trilled Stales championship; n year ago. Fort Morgan lost to Cherry Friday First Rtund -- Greeley at Engle- at Fort Morgan. Aurora at . Dec. 15 -- Fort Morgan at Gree- Boulder at Fort Morgan, Aurora at Fort Collins, Englewood *t Sterling. March 1 - Greeley it Sterling, Enfili-wood at Aurora, Longmoat at liouldor. Fort Morgan *t Loveland. March 2 -- Aurora at Grwlty, 1-oveland at Longmont, Sterling at Fort Morgan, Fort ColliTM *t Enijleivood. March 8 - Greeley it Fort Collins. Fort Morgan at Aurort. Unpnont at Sterling, Boulder *t Ix)veland. Thurs., I)ct. Houldtr a! Slerluig. Furt Morgan al Fort Colllni. Lonjimonl at Aurora. Trl-Valliy ColU-^e High at Fort Luptoi, r.:4S .ind 8.15 p m . Euton at Uifayett*. Windsor at Brush. Weld Central at Valley High. tan.Conftrnca Slerling SI. Anthony «t Oiieton. I'lerce at Brlggsdale. Plalle Valley al Lyoiu, Nunn at Kvans. Berthoud nt l/iulsvllle. Estes Park at Loporte. Erie at Wiggins. : Sturi«y Nen-Conftrtnc* College High al Roosevelt, 1:49 Brush nt Bear Creek. Hrnomficld vs. Plattt Feb. 22 -- Lovclund at Creciey, Screens For A New Coach STIU.WATEH, Okli Screeninr; of candidales lnr Ihe lead foolbnll coach led vacant by Vednesday. The university's Ixi.'ird of trols for Intercollegiate athletics also reaffirmed its support of Ath- ctic Director Henry Iba and slid miversily consideration "is limited to the football program " Spec-glc was fired Twsday nfler eight years as cuai-h hut o'llicinls said he would remain on ihe f.irn]. y in another, slill undecided. ·«. paeily at his same $15.1x10 u v The sl.'itenieru issued Wiilnes contract l;iy by I)r ' Kill " Jill l ''""es, chair, rn.-in nf lhe fist' athletic caliine! said it is possible thai more thai: me person would he recommend ed lo university 1'reviilenl Dr. 01 iver S. Willham for appmv;,! ;m ( ) or "his suhse(|iient regents fur final approval." 'Hie sUiieiiicnl said. "We will IK' seek mi' head football cniieh'w , ,,, DALLAS, Tex. ',\ll _ The .'«|i:'iliililie« for leiiilrr.ship. tt -h. .'i person as ,le,,,,,nsm,l«ri int^rilv' On Top With Preps BASKETBALL FrU.y Greeley al Englewood, 1:90 ud Valley Ealnn ul Ault. Denver Lutheran at Fort Lup- nn. Falrvlcw nt Weld Central, l-aporte. at Lafayelli. Kvnns al Wellington. Limon at Wiggins. WRESTLING Thundcy Non-Confcrtnc* Grecley al Brush. T p.m. Friday Non-Confennc« Lafayette at College High, T:M Weld Ceniia! »t Brighton. Valley Ilich at Lovelnnd B. Kurl l.upton al Broomlield. Satvrday Trl-Vall«y Hnoscvrlt at L.ipnrle, 7:30 p.m. Non-Canferenc* Brush nt Slerling Invitational Tiiurnarnenl. Weld Central n| Yuma. SWIMMING Friday Kfin-Cortforcnct High nl Adams Qty, 4 year p m. Burris May Be Next Minor League Boss I.01MSVII.I.E. Ky (API--Sporta inn In Hie university's hoard ol K'lilor F.nrl lliiby'of (h e foiirier- Monte Pearson ^Bribery Count ·' n;il will Wednesday night the ni-vt buss ,,f m i - \? am | )n , c . ball miiiht lie just n supervisor of farm operations far mnjnr ii'ine might easily h« "rris. the last presl- l.'ile Ainerir.-in Avto- "Mill for Thin ...lay's ,diiions l! «l'y said H,,, National Assocla- iin nf l'l:fi'.siin:i| H;n c h,-||[ 1 liil'-lli.' rninois -has failed In MADKFIA. C.ilif sions w i l l l». eli;:ibli. for'lhe Mid- I'earwm 'orii'lirmMntii^. S | M '"|'' weMen, , liarnpinn.lups in SiouMhe New York Yank,-,.^" ani!' ,h l i l y . low;,. Jan in-12. Indian, wa-, vrn ,., , Denver h:,, in skiHers compel- Wednesday lo eigiii ,,,,,,,,,,, in ,,,,, m:. Dallas nine. Alhiiqueirpie and Mndera Coiiniv Jail r,,, .-, hri| lm MnKlo,, thiee ,.ach. tnhn Iw,, and (onviniia, ' · KaiK.-m City one. I ' e - i r v i n Maidi,- Sullivan and Dorothy ly's ' chief ! TMnila'riai! S t, Tin, lli'.mpwm. Imlli of C o l o r a d o eais S)iiin.i;\ he;:,! Ihe individual en ' p ( . iirs ,,,, ,,. |S ,.,, Ilvi ,,,.,| , ,. tries. Miss .Sullivan. 1%2 Davo.v ,x-rior Conn j,,, v I,, M ,,,;,,,;,.', internKt,,,,,,,! jonio, | n ,| ips ch . 1m airoplinp a ^ i,, r ,,,,,,,,,,,"'' "' Iry- irjiHnr fo;- approving iHccl'ivr Issl wnlii- lank ,, h ·up previiiusly hail be cn ,-nii,| ( . mm .,| hy hi. department - nmrr nnd morp I hey now arc preparing lo '"""' """e Hian n niillinn dollnrn !',',,"''.' """ " u ' ir "'ll-ipsing fnrm I'e experlcil (hut iboy «;'''v.i--li Li Mipr, vise the (hstrilMi- sum of money. 'eei,i:,|;ve Ihey ehnosf ''il liec'oine in rlfeel Ih^ TI,,. ,, nii;:lu d Jury la«i M.iy nn ll,,-,! coimui of bribery. ,'lini,:,! ft »iR lille or Inrge ejulonl of the nn- ''"''·""·'"i" 1 '. nnd wilhoiil fl -epamle oijjsnimlion und«r

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