Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1962 · Page 18
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Entertain N.M. Western .Pn« 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday. Ow. 7, Sears Open Home Cage Season Monday] Possibly the must interesting basketball team to tarry the Colorado State College colors in several years make* it* first home appearance Monday night New Mexico Wrslern in Gunter Hell at 8 p.ri. Ccoch John Bu' P pleased with the speed and a-'.ility of the team. i. looking forward to what might be a rewarding season. "W* won't win them all, but I'm confident we'll improve on our ree ord of last season," stated the veteran mentor. '"We have fairly good depth, good speed and some «mazln| shooters. This will be » team for the bpecators to watch «nd enjoy." Curtitus Optimism Bunn was honest but cautious about his optimism. He knows that the Bears are lacking · valuable asset i'l the game of basketball, height. With the man being only 6-fooM, the whole Bear pattern is built around the running game. With the apparen ability o! the guards and for wards, the Bears could well maki themselves felt before the Mason Is over. CSC opened their season las weekend in Porta'ei rgalnst East ern New Mexico dropping hot] games, 59-52, and 73-89. However Bunn wis quite optimistic fo! lowing the opening contests. "We were playing a more ex perienced and taller team. Yel we played fairly well, We too 12 players to New Mesics an eight of them had never playei In a college varsity game before *'e los' the game by making fool sh mistakes, the mistakes that ·ome with tenseness And c*r- ainly tenseness was quite evident wroughout the two games." TIM Unto Bunn has been alternating twg units. He intends 'o maintain this attern to enable them to keep oing at full fpeed throughout the a me. Working with the first unit are )on Mulvaney, 6-foot-4, at cener: Gail Johnson, l-foot-2, and im Gilbert, frfoot-1, at forwards: and Jerry Bailiff, 5-foot-8, and Vnnis Diehl, S-foot-11, : t guards. Ratliff and Gilbert are the only j 'eturnlng regular! on the squad. In the seconi 1 five are Welling- on Webb, KooM, at center; raig Smith, S-foot-11, and Har- s and Funerals t-[ootl, at tor- Qraefe, 5-foot-ll, an Wagoner, wards; and Bi and Birr Connelly. 5-foot-ll, at guards. Both units appear to be rather equal in ability and speed and unsequently can alternate easi- y- Next week, Bunn hnper; to bol- cum* eligible with the end of falllboth 6-foot-.., are tlv backbone quarter thU week. Buun is mip-|u the club providing rebound ing they will be declared eligible strength j;o scoring power. Ttw Crtlf SmMi ster tlie squad with two newcomers, Tom Hawkins and Tom take-charge man. Mims. Both are transfers and be- Hawkins is the best shutter on the squad and Mims has great jumping ability. Both are well- rounded p!aye-» and could break into the starting lineup. Other squad members seeking permanent berths on the varsity are Roger Arthur, Bill Eberly, Charlie Williams, and Ed Pittock. Western T«UntW New Mexico Western brings a talented team to Grreley. They have an entire traveling squad ol lettermen, 10 in all. The Mustangs play much the tame type of game as the Bears. The teams will be comparable in height. Leading the Western five Is guard and Captain Gary Busby, a fireball standing only S-feet-B He, liie Jerry Ratliff of the Bears, ii the floor leader and ·foul-11, and Harold Howard, 6- out-0. Four if the live were start, ers last year. W^ll**. W»C New Mexico Western got off to a fine start by whipping Western Stale College on December I, '4-S3. Sidney Gunn and Hoyal Wyatt No preliminary game is schcd uled Honelay night. The varsity' contnt wilt get underway at 1:00 p.m. The Bears journey to Hays, Kansas to meet Kort Hays next Thursday night and wind up the week back here in Gusts; Hal! on Saturday night against San Diego State before taking a Christmas vacation On Top With Preps MSKITIALL [Buffalo Bills Sign Behrman CU May Have 3 Head Coaches on Payroll BOULDER. Colo. (AP) - If the University of Colorado hires a new football coach by the expected Jan. 15 deadline, it will have three head grid coaches on the payroll. When the regents dismissed Everett (Sonny) Grandelius last March, ull year's salary. William (Bud) lavis. Grandelius' successor, who resigned last month, has a lew months to go under his one-year contract as coach. By another quirk In athletic for. tines, Dal Ward, who was Colo- FHEDMUCKSON Jerry W. Frtdtrickson, 2531 15th Ave. Ct. Son o( Mr, and Mrs. Don D, Preierickson, Brother of Altn, Deunia, and Karen F'tdericixm, all it home; Riudion of Mr. and Mrs. : Herbert leaser, Mr. and Un. Alvtn Frederlckaon, ill of Allen, Nenr.; great- (rtndaon o! Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen, Allen. Neb.; Mrs. UarguerlU Lamer, MllbanV, 8. Dik. Services 1 p.m. Monday, Our Saviors Lutheran Church. Inter- Hidalgo Hogs RMC Figures By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bobby Hidalgo, Adams State's slick quarterback, wrapped up three titles and set a new passing record as the Rocky Mountain Conference closed the books on its 1962 football campaign. Hidalgo led in total offense with 1,514 yards, averaging 5.8 per play. His passing yardage of 1,170 iroke the mark ot 1,107 set by nother Adams State Quarter- ack, Ray Ramsey, in 1960. Hidalgo completed 88 passes in 88 attempts for a .468 percent- ge and 13 touchdowns, In addl- ion, he posted the best rushing iverage of 4.B yards per carry. Bill Farnsworth o! Western State piled up the most yards on he ground with 411 for a 4.6 average. Two titles were won by Carl 'etters, Adams State halfback. ie led in scoring with 48 points K 43 for Colorado State's Jack Richardson, and in pass receiving by catching X for 550 yards ment Sunset Gardens. Memorial it granted him another rado coach for 11 years until replaced by Grandelius in 1959, is now assistant director of athiet Greeley at Englewood, 6:10 and and V: 15 p.m. Boulder at Sterling. Kort Morgan at Fort Collins. LongnHnt at Aurora. Tri.V«IU, College High at Kort Lupton, 6:43 and «:15 p.m. Katun it Lafayette. Windsor at Brush. Weld Central at Valley High. Nw-Confwnct Sterling St. Anthony at Galelon. P-ierce at Briggsdale. Plalte Valley ol Lyons. Nunn at Evans. Berthoud at Louiivllle. Kstfs Park at Lapurte. Eric at Wiggins. and 5 touchdowns. Gene Dickerhoof, C o l o rado HE1NZE HIIRO M. HeiniB of east of Kuner. Husband at Mrs, Sijrrid Heinze. Brother of Ernest and Paul Heinze both ol Brighton, Mrs. Walter Rothe ot Kerney, Mrs. Martin Jobe o[ Gree- l«y, and Mrs. Clara Stackhouse of Denver. Services 3 p.m. Monday f r o m Macys Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove. LBBSACK ' Carl Ray, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald II. Leb- ·ack of southeast of Eaton. Brother of Cindy and Terry Lebsack, both at home. Qrandson of Mr.' and Mrs. Raymond L e b s a c k of Raton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jensen of Grand Junction. Graveside services 3 p.m. 'Friday Sunset Memorial Gardens. PICKERING Mrs. Maggie M. Pickering of the Kenton Nursing Home, formerly ot Mill!ken. Services 10:31) A.M. Saturday from M a 13 y s Drawing Room. Interment Sunset .Memorial Gardens. POLAND Wilbur Guy Poland of tho W e l d County Nursing Home. Uncle of Mrs. Gladys Rein and Mrs. Alice Harris both of Greeloy. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday from Macys Drawing : Room. Interment Linn Grove. ' TALKINGTON' Ottis Franklin Talkington of 1721 14th Ave. Husband ot Mrs. Florence Talking. ton. Father of Mm. Robert (Betty) Fithian of Greeley Mrs. A r t h u r (Marjorlel Armitage of Denver, H«r old T a l k l n p t o n of Hellfleid N.D.. and Russell Talking '( ton of Superior, M o n t ; Services 1:30 p. pi. Monilny f r o m Macys Drawing Rocni. Intennc.nt Snnse! .Memorial Gardens. Mines end, wound up with the best punting average for those With 40 or more kicks--38.9 yards for 42 boots. Adams State, the conference champion, dominated team scoring by averaging 20.4 points for 9 games and holding opponents 11.5. Tlie Indians sported the test total offense, averaging 306.7 ards per game. Less than a yard separated the wo stoutest defensive teams, 'estern State held opponents to n average of 235.8 yards per ame and Colorado Mines gave p 236.5. Both played nine games. Al Kelley Leads Field of 159 At Coral Gables CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP)'laying his. first PGA tournament, .1 Kelley, just out of the Air 'orce, led a field of 159 in the 2-hole, $20,000 Coral Gables Open make the grade," said Ken. SUFFERING COACH - Bones McKinney, Wake Forest head basketball coach, "suffers" even when Wake Forest wins. McKinney endured his worst possible activity as he watched his team lose to Marquette in 'Milwaukee. Top left, he tries to attract his players' attention; top right, he grimaces as Marquette picks off a rebound; bottom left, he shows some disagreement with an official's decision; bottom right, he sags. Marquette defeated Wake Forest 87-72. (AP Wirephoto) Hubbs Says NL Award is ft 1 "TL "11" Big Thrill COLTON. Calif. (AP)-'This is an honor that goes in the record books, so it's really a big thril|." That was the comment Thursday of Kenneth Douglas Hubbs, named the 1962 National League rookie of the year. The rangy second baseman foi the Chicago Cubs said he owec a lot to lh° tutelage of Cub coaches Bobby Adams, Lou Klein and Rip Collins in the Arizona Instructional League last winter "They gave me a tremendous amount of confidence to the poin .vhere I began to think I could Tom Tresh Named AL Cookie of the Year BOSTON IAI'1 - Switchhitter om Tresh of the New York Yan- ees walked right past his father'sl major league footsteps Into the merican League Rookie of the ear award today. A picture of versatility in all c undertook, Trcsh drew the otes of 13 of the 20 members of ie Baseball Writers Association f America who were on the sc- eclion coiiiiiiitb Los Angeles Thursday with an opening round -under-par 65. Kelley. slender 27-year-old native Hubbs broke two major leagui records for second basemen »e by Bobby Doerr of the Boston R«i of Akron, Ohio, playing out of Sox in 1918. He went 78 consecu ^oral Gables, collected seven lirdies in carding 32-33. He urned pro less than two months ago. Dave Ragan of Sun City, Fla., missed a 12-foot upgrade putt on lis last green to come In a stroke Behind Kelley, his childhood pal. Rpgan was 33 !n and 33 out Kclley and Ragan, winner of last Writers Association of America week's West Palm Beach Open and currently une of the hottest competitors on the circuit, learncc to play golf together in Orlando F|a. Two strokes behind at fi7 were Rex Baxter of Amarillo, Tex. am Bill Collins ot Miami, bolli .11-34 In all, 33 pros bettered par 35-36~7l on the windy sunny 6, 536-yard Biltmore course. miscuc. Doerr 72 games and live games without an error an handled 418 successive chance without a strings of chances. The G-foot-2, 1110-pound Hubb was named top rookie Wcdnesda receiving all but one of 20 vote cast by a panel of the Bascba Angels' catcher Bob Rodgcrs was named on lour lailots while one vote apiece was [iven to Minnesota second base man Bernle Allen, Los Angeles iltcher Dean Chance and fireball ng relief hurler Dick Radatz ol Joston. Tresh was a vital cog in another Yankee march to baseball su premacy, playing 111 games a shortstop, then moving to lef 'ield for 45 after Tony Kubck re turned from service. With thrc additional games in a pinch-hi role, Trcsh baited .286, scored 9 runs, drove in 93, hit 26 doubles five triples and 20 homers. Born in Detroit 24 years ago. Trcsh is the son of former Chi- ago While Sox and Cleveland In- ians catcher Mike Trcsh. 1938-49 The latter was known as a fine, ron-man receiver who caughl very game in one season. Ills icst batting season was 1940 when c hit .281. Mike Tresh was in Ihc stands then Tom won the fifth World Se 'ies game 5-S over San Francisco ly hitting a three-run, eighth in ning homer. The younger Tresh is a 6-foot, A member of the university atb- etics staff, who declined to allow use of his name, expressed rclie over the resignation of Quigg Newton as university president. "Newton changed the pattern a CU," this man said. "Presidents before him dealt directly with the athletic director, Harry Carlson (the director; couldn't get an au dience with Newton." He taid the university's admit sion standards already were th highest in the Big Eight Confer ence. "Newton made them eve tougher," the man said. "He tric to run CU like a Harvard or Yale." He added the "athletic depart ment needs a more favorable re lationship with the administration We don't wont it too easy (or ath letes, but we want (air standards Academic technicalities have dam aged our sports program." Davis expressed surprise ove Newton's resignation. "I think I had a fair deal from Newton," be said. "1 don't thii any one person shold be blame or the athletic problems at CU Newton, speaking to membci if the Denver Alumni Associatio Wednesday, said Davis was undi no pressure to resign hut quit us own accord. He said Davis "felt it was in tl icst interests of himself anil h amily--and 1 agree with him "I don't think Hud should remain in coaching." Newton said. William (Kayo) Lam, business manager of athletics at Colorado, said the Buffalo football program cost 150,000 more this season than was taken in at Ihe gate. This cut the surplus of K2.000 at the s'.art «1 Ihe season to about $10,000, he said. College High at Roosevelt, 8 13 nd 1:15 pnv Brush at Bear Creek. Broomfield vs. Platte Valley t Evans. Eaton at Ault. Denver Lutheran at Fort Lup on. Fairvicw at Weld Central. Uporle at Lafayette, Evans at Wellington. Llmon at Wiggins. WHISTLING Friday Lafayette at College High. 7:30 .m. Weld Central at Brighton. Valley High at Loveland B. Kort Lupton at Broomlicld. Mvrfcy 'rl-Villcy Roosevelt at Laportc, 7:30 p.m Brush at Sterling Invitations Tournament. Weld Cfntrol at Yuma. SWIMMING Friday N*n-Cwtftrtn» College High nt Adams City p.m. NEW YORK lAP'-The Buffalo ills nf Ihe American Football ;e signal Dav? Behrman, iichigan Sta'c center Thursday. c was, their top draft choice and !sj the No. 1 pick of the Chicajo ears of the National Koutball League. Rt'hrman was the second No. 1 KL pick to In? grabbed off by the nver rival AKI. But MI NFL pokesman laid here that tht eague isn't worried u-t. "We've also signed two of our irst round choices." the spokes- nait said. "It's too early to fore- j»l a trend." Earlier the Dullas Texans had idled Kd Buddc. Michigan Slate ackle, who was llu. lop draft 'hnice o! the Pluladelphia Eagle*. "Both Baltimore and Detroit lave signed their No 1 choices." he NKL spokesman said. "The Colts signed Hob Vogel and the Lions signed Uuryl Sanders, the wo Ohio State tackles. "And the Dallas Cowboys iigncd Sonny Gibbs of TCU, one of (he lop backs in Ihe country. He was a future pick." Behrman re|ioi ledly disclosed jn the Michigan State campus :hat Buffalo olfered more money lhan the Bearb. "and there were other things, ioo. thai weren't In the contract." The AFL held its player draft last Balurday and the NFL picked on Monday M«n lo| playeri were picked by teams in Ixilli leagues, and art free to KO with the highest bidder. S.W. Conference Officials Back Big 8 Proposal DALLAS, Tex. 'API - Athiet- . ic directors and head football 80-poundcr who says he prefers coaches of the Southwest Confer- he outfield to shortstop. He cur- ·p.nlly is in his sjxlh semester at Central Michigan University at Ml. Pleasant. Mich., where he is majoring in physical education. A devout Mormon. Hubbs. wl will be 21 Dec. 23, attends churc each Sunday and reports happily that he has found a Mormon church in each city in thfe National League. He find Lynda pray, a pretty brunette and former cheerleader at Gilton High Sclvml. where Iluhbs starred in several sports, plan to wed next year. Ownership of Broves Changes MILWAUKEE ' A P - Owner- ihip of the Milwaukee Braves ormally changed hands Thnrs- lay, wilh control pnssing from /m i'crini's National League iaseball Cluh of Milwaukee In the successor corporation formed by i Midwest syndicate. Ihc Milwau FLOWERS West 1 Oth St. 252-2851 MONUMENTS and MARKERS 80 Years of Leadership In Granite and Brontf Monuments OPEN SUNDAY* by Appointment H*l|ili M t . l l i h t p r G R E E L E Y M O N U M E N T C O . 1015 7th Ave. Green Bay, Texans, Colts Seen in Wins ;cc Braves. Inc. Kale of the ball NEW YORK l A P j - Wilh thc,itr, New York Giants firmly lucked] away as the National Football- Conference champions for the second straight year, (he Western !.:'!'· .-ind a frantic scramble to determine the second-place finisher in tlie East occupy this weekend's allcntion. The Washington Redskin, al the break-oven poinl of 5-5-2 alter their fine st-irl. make a door-die bid for second in the East S.-ilur- day afternonn in Baltimore against the Coils, in a nationally (elcvij-cd game 'CHSi. A victory w-onld krep liicm in Ihe tunning with PiUsbtiigh ricvekinr! conscc'iHve western Conference l i l l c hy bcyting S;m Franr-isco Smday on the West Coast. A Packer victory pins at upset of Detroit by the Minnesota Vikings would make the Parkers, ·liamps. Olhcrv.-i.se. the tille won'l ic fjcciflcrl until ncxl Sunday': wind-up when Green Day lakes on the I/is Ai^clcs Rams and De linit pbys rus'ed Chicago. Tin |I.)a|!;i= all aiming al a spot ill Ibc I'lavoff H"wl al Miami .bn 5 Valln against tiir Wr'torn runner-up Cirppn Bay can clinch a Ii? for Burris Denies He'll Become Boss of Minors DENVER iAP)-.Iames H. Rur- ris, president of the American Association until it folded lasl monlb, denied Thursday reports ic might become boss of minor baseball leagues. Earl Ituby. sports editor of the /'iiisvillc Courier-Journal, i ricd the repoit in his column. Alter Ihe association cvllapscc with its teams divided belwcei the International and Pacific Coast Lcajjii''f Hurris was op pointed a personal rcprcsrntfitlvc cif Hiiscball Commissioner Fort Frick. Trnutman of Columbui encc endorsed lire proposed Southwest Conference--Bi| Elghl Con ference agreement nn recruiting Thursday. The two conferences arc dis cussinK a miitual pie-cnriillrnen application whereby an iitblctc will have to attend the school will 'hied he signs or suffer loss o cluft to tbc Uroup headed by Williom C. Har- .holomay anil Thomas A. Rcyii- :i!ds Jr. was announced by Pcrini Nov. If,. The Frnmingliam, Mass., cont ra'M'ir broiiRlit Hie liravcs In Milw.-nikec in IH5.1 and gave up per cent of his stuck Inr J.V.-, Dodgers Review Snider's Future is pi-esidenl of Ihc National As socialion nf Professional Basehal Clubs, representing the minor leagues. Hears- Imst Ihc H a n i - this Siinr!ay.L,.j.i, Austrian To Be Ski Instructor FRISCO, Coin. l A P i 1'ppi n native, nil! come litre from Sun the ski schiol al Ihe new Vail IVis.s win'r-r «;virl« =iir;i LOS ANGELES 'APi-Vclcran ulfii'lilf r Duke Snidpr had a quiet chat alxnit his future Thnrstjfiy . 'Hu//.iei Hava.si. y;-n i^pr of the Loi An^clc! t.r- I\\M m n reviewed Snidei'. 1 Inline pi"--!ccls hill nilhini; v.it decided. Hit I)i»ij:ers said. linc ll;ivr IMTII nunnls th:i! Snidor was ticketed for a trails, pitlier l:i Ihr NVw \nrk ^'lltlk of the American or Ihe New York Mrts .( lbi N:ilion.il l*ai;ue. Basketball Scores Colorado High School Basketbal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS l!ai-;i (,'ininly Invit.'ilional 'At Prilchcll;) (.'itnipo 52. Two Hutti'S 7.7 Vllas 57. Branson 2il 1'riirhc.n wi. kirn M .Sierra Grande Tot.rnamcnt ;. Blanrti- an Luis Crnlcnni-'Jl I'nion 52 \VaKenliin:; SI. Mary's 11 Sierra Gntitdi- 5:1, Sopris 2f) 4ucM:i '·',X.M.i 77. An.lonilo Lii Jam B v.i. Cosli'li; 'N M.) l.'l.'ili 'M. \f Aniielrs Male San Jose 52, San Fran. St. 4.'! ml N'otrc Damp 101, SI. Fian.-i I'.-i. 70 I'll! if,. Kent Slate 58 Illinois !I9. U'.ish SI. I/mis, i Greeley High Matmen Win At Brush BRUSH -- Grwlty's sophomore dominated Wildc"l« Thursday scored heavily In the middle weights to dclrit Brush, 30-16, in a non-conference, meet here. Greeley Coach Don Gorman will send many of his veterans inti ction at 2 p.m. Saturday in un (her non-conference meet -akewood. Brush captured two liuhtwci pilches and two out of the lina lira. But Greeley swept a! Hutches belwecn 120 and 15- mind;. Nick Shcpcrd, 138-poundcr. anc )ick Fuller, H5-poundcf, scoici iln victories. Two of Brush's victories wen ly pins, and veteran hoavywcigh ilike Tomasinl WP.S the tastes if the evening. He pinned Grcc cy's Tom Yar-kcy In just II sec ondii. Shoperd ginned his man, Jin s'ewlin, In 4fi seconds, while Kul cr applied his pin hnld nn Dei: nis Bostron in -i;15. Brush's other pin victor wa Stan Grippin, in 5:46 over Frc Frederick nl 165 pounds In the closest match of the eve ing, Grcelcy'j Rick Nolnn 154 scored an escape to dele; Icrry Awmiller, 1-0. Brush Margarito Ybarra scored a 2-0 Broncos Sign No. Draft Choice DENVER lAPl - Quarterback lie-key Slaughter of (.ouiiiana fch. the Denver Broncos' NO. 7 raft timid 1 , lias been nignld to contract with thr American ootball IAMKUC lean, (.'oath tick Faulkner said Thursday. Slaughter wa nut named by ny of the National Football Uc teams in their player rail. lie is n 6-1, 200-Uimndcr. NFL Champion Same Tickets Hard to Get igibility. The alhlctic direclors am oaclies also favored an inter (inference letter of intent undei 'liich all the major conference f the nation would hove a similar date and would recognize ach (ilher's loiters of intent in rder lo cut down on iccruiling roubles. These proposals were recommended lo Ihe Soulhwcsl Coiilcr- ince faciilly commillcc, govern- ng body of the organization t'hich opens its winter meeting icre Friday nflcrmmn. The Big Eiglit is meeting al Kansas City at the same time ami he two leagues will nllempl to reach agreements via telephone. The slfjiiini! dale Is the most mportant point lo be worked out fhe SouHiwcM starts Feb. 1, the : ilg Eight Kcb. 5. A date wccn is expected In be agreed .ipoh. Tile athletic directors, conches if all s|iorts expect basketball, iiisincss nifnifigers ol athletics iiid sports information directors ill rn?ct Ftitiay innniini; and 'orinulMe recommendations lei [lie fiiciilty committee. victory over Waller Davis nt 9T- pounds, and Grevloy's Pat Men- kc scored a 2-'i win over Roger Morse nt 120, Greeley !03-pmindr Mike Hod- ;ers pinned Mike Mitchell in 1:15. One of tlie livflicsl matches mud Greeby's Allan Brown oiling up an 8-0 lead linn sur- ·iving a reversal mid a 3-pninl nenr fall In !lie third period for an 8-5 victory. Brown scored t\vo 2-jiosnt falls. The results: 05. Mai'Knrlto Ybn'rs M. dp- cisioncd W;;ll Davis. 2-0. NEW YORK (AP-The Nilloh il Football liciigur championship (ame is going lo drive a lot "I coplc out of town. That may be the only «ay they can sec il Tickets haven't gone on sale tl. and already il looks like it might liavt been easier to snai; I pair o( Mnls on Noah's Aik han for Yankee, Stadium for the Dec. 30 some between the Nc« York Ginnls and the Western Division winner. Hundreds of New York fan- hfivc reunrli'd llicy pbn lo Iraul lo areas where (lie |!amc will be shown on television. It is blacked out for a 75-mile area [iround N'ns Ywk. Some 45.0(1(1 season lickel Imld. net Ihc hrs! call on scats. The rest arc limited lo four to a huycr. ho must call in person to KI'-| Fighti By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHILADELPHIA - . i c s s c . Smith, 162, Philndclpiiin, slopped Jimmy Ilcecluim, 161. Philadelphia, r. WOHCESTF.lt, Mass. - .he Shaw. I l l , New York, slopped Alon/n I'atlrrsnn. 137. Akron. Ohio. 2. MIAMI, Fin.--Tummy O'Coniii !3-. Pitlsbursih, outpointed Willie McCray, 132. Pol I inp, Fla , B PARIS .- Al|ihinse Hallmi 103, Mike Hodpcrs, ('-. pinnae Mike Milchcll. 3..10. 112, Vic Fiseus. R. di.'Hstoncil Onry Wn'liicc. 4-1. 120, Pnl Mcnke. (".. dnclsinnw Rnger Mora. 24). 127. Alifin Hrown, G. decision ed Perry Rdldwin. Ji-5. 133, (Jlen linger. (I. decision cd Alvin Knos. H-l. 138, Nlik Shepcrd. G, ninnn .Jim N'pw-lin. -11 seconds 1-15, Din Fuller, G. pinm-d D.-n nis Roslron. 3:1.V 154. Rick Noland, G, decision ed .terry Awmiller. 1-0. Sinn Grippin. n, pinnn Fred Frederick, 5:46. 1M, Bill Ix-hman, (j. Hfc. Pa! -Inmcs. 40. llvy. Mike Tnm.itinl. R, pinned Tom Ynrkcy. 18 neconds. New Mexico 90, TPMS Tirh 6f.:Francc, nulp4iinled Jor.p I.uii Mar- Ti'xas AM 8(1, Corpus Christ! 67llinez, Spain, 10. Banlnmweighls, Small College 3rid Title Up For Grabs Sat. SACRAMENTO. Calif (API - .«nnir Rliyno and Ccnliiil Slalp Oklnlioiiiii nil. Ilirniii;!] ||||ii Irills Tlnirsd;iy in prcparalioi nr Ihcir luilllp fur the nation's mall collecc fnnlball champinn- Jiip Siilurdfiy. Ix'iioir Khyne. nf ||ickoi\ N.C.. and Cenlr.il Slalc will mpd Hip jpcond nnntiili Cnmclli i Rowl ciiine fur Ihe Nsllonnl . wintjcm nf Inlcr-Colleginto Ath- Iplici Ml IP. Rolll ICflniS fril E'Xi;| news rliuisdny l.cnolr Ithynp cwich Hiinlpv P.'iinliT aiinoiimcd Iliat lllcli.i"! IIIP. I J t l c Ail-Amcric.-i f u l l back i n j u r e d l.isi wck. will IIP n!w 10 M.-IPl fill Ull! Ilc.-llS. Awl Cn.idi Al n i r v i n ; "I On nl Stale Mtid tlir, |mi:nil ficsli- Iran h;ilfli;ic Itni'by \\illi.-iiiis rt v..tv avciit!;(iiti: 7 2 y.'ird 11 liini; u n t i l lip was Inn I in tr.iri- Min. will ·.(· acii'iii Knicks Spoil Royals Bid For NBA 2nd Place By THE AStOCIATID PHllS Skiing Outlook DENVER i API - Thr Color.n- i, Ski Infnrmaliun Center Frid.iv islrd thpsp ciiiiililinns (or Hip six -mis now nppi.-'lliii; in the stale llpiliinud P.-iss-m inch packed Annpnlinc H;,sin -r.ft inch hfisc; :sir lo umid. llreckcnrldBp -- 111.12 inch haw. New York's nPw-lnnk Knlck' cool. may nol bp cp.ing nnywhp.rr in Ski Idlcwild - fid inch bnsp: National n.isk«lh.i|| A'.»nrl.i- an mil.,.( now nnw, (.11: In ^CVH!. lion rliase, but they Rive indifn-i I»vp|:md Basin - l-ir l»ch lions ot turr,i!V '|Hii|pr. 'hasp- m,,-.'

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