Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 8, 1962 · Page 9
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Aurora, Greeley Beaten Co//ege Hi Swimmers In Northern Cage Openers Beat Adams Gfy,Bucs m... ..... ... . . ^ * ADAMS CITY -- The CoUree II 3 Aiptandcr fH .( rv,vu The Aura a Trojaus ahd Ore*^ Luagnx-nt edged Aurora. 56-M. an overtime ;ame and Urc«- btmed to Englewood. 54-50. in a dose game II In the other opener*. Kort Collins defeated Kort Morgan. 68- ley Wildcats, top seeded teams!" 1 in the Northern Conference, Friday took league ouenin. deleats, thus indicating the ]%M3 lace i destined to be a top battle. JWder from ; 7-7 tie to a 13-Mrecords Friday Colorado Mines Wins 57-37 Over S. Dakota Tech GOLDEN 'AI'-Mike Croon's 19 point!, (eal'ired Colorado Mine S7-.27 nun jonfcit'iic*' Uctsketb* victory Friday night over South Dakota Tech." The game, opening the season 44. aud Boi'ldcr defeated Sterling. 56-30. Lovebnd was idle Frida; Two non-conference Barnes are scheduled for Satu day: Sheridan t'niun at Fo't Morgan and Chey jenne East at Loveiand. The Aururu Longmont game a clow struggle all the way 1'ed Erferl. C-Ioot-5 LoRjinoni lor ward, scored a field goal to tic he gainc a! 5! 5! with 34 second 1 oil Ajr;ra tried for a last iho but failed. s*r.diii( the pame into ead. Boulder padded the lead in the final period Dick And?! son got IS rebounds at Boulder controlled the boards. t*uU«r (M) Sttrli.* (M) for both clubs, was Mines ttraight home triumph. eighth Ron Mattaides topped the losers with nine points. GIFTS For The Sportsman » SHOP 1015 8th AVI. ph. J5J-4567 , ADAMS CITY - The College, ate in the fu'bl period catapu'tediHigh Bulklogs broke lour school! in defeating Anderson Irwin 'liller Lydin Coli*man Patrick Miles Palmer Goldslx-rry Kf I lev- Keller G F 3 4 Lane 3 1 Fortune 4 4 Hettinger 0 2 Stumpf 5 0 Gentry 1 3 Pralher 2 4 Dillehav G f 0 0 Curiee 0 0 Broughman 0 0 1 0 0 0 Adams City and Englewood in a double-dual uwet here. College High defeated Adams City. 51-42 and Englewood. 52-37. Adams City defeated Englewood. 49-43. in the other dual meet scoring. Stanley Bouse and Forest Fisch e;*ch pasted two records. Bouse broke his own records in the 400-yard and 200-yard freestyle races. He swam in the 400 in 4:54.0. 2.4 seconds better than 0 the old mark. His time in the 200 Charles Carr scored all tiu- [joints fur Lungniont in the over- lime as it jumped lo a 55-51 lead nd held on for victory. Seldom did the lead go above four points in the hotly contested Erfcrt aix; John Flanders each scored 13 points to lead Longmont. Ken Ku.lz goi 14 lor Aurora. With 10 seconds played in the overtime. Carr hit a lield -TO! to give Longi.'nnt the lead. Gerry Robinson scored 19 points in pacing Fort Collins to its easy victory over Fort Morgan A basket nnd free thro* each by Gary Patrick and Join Miller LMtfnmit (U) Aur.ri (M) F C arris'jn iti'ber^er 'landers 'agner rfert aver ewton arr Ft. Mwj*n (44) Ft. Cdlint (M) SHEETS Standard Strvice OPEN 7 a.m. · 9 p.m.-7 days a week · Specialized lubrication · Tunc-ups · Free pickup and delivery 1029 9th Street 353-3443 19 18 ruMtr irlinf 13 14 II 17-54 7 1 7 I-M II. 2. Alexander. CH. J, Doyie, C. 4, Webb. AC. 5, Lavely." E 12.8. 50-yard freestyle: 1. Fisch. CH. , Jensen, E. 3, Robarge. AC. 4, I'alsh CH. 5. Xakagawa. AC. 26.0. 200-yard individual medley: 1 .'naloupka. CH. 2, Gahagea, AC . Aubbill. AC. 4. Armstrong. E :38.8 Diving: 1, Holcombe. AC. 2 Longwell, CH. 3. Matthews. AC 100-yard butterfly. 1. WalL-xe E. 2. R. Hartman. CH 3, Jorgen sen. AC. 4. Hubbell, AC. 1:11.1. 0 Scheibler 0 White t Ueckard 0 Kurtz 1 Walker (I Welpton 2 Miles 4 Schneider 0 f 3 4 3 3 1 2 5 1 2 2 0 0 24 8 13 IS 12 11 14 15 · 13 20 14 S--M J-54 'aughn .a tick 'agge Belau imith Neumann Mekelburg letlman C F 1 2 Gallcgos 0 3 Wart 4 3 Stoner 9 2 Markley 1 4 Burgess 0 0 Robinson 0 0 Baker 0 0 Walters 0 0 Bates G F 4 C 1 1 0 9 0 2 3 was 2:12.8. tn'iping the nld marv by 2.4 seconds. Fisch won tht 50-yard freestyle in 26.0 seconds, bettering his o!c record by 4. !0lhs of a second And his time i the 100-yard was 58 seconds, 3'10ths better than his old record. Alan Chiloupka copped victor ies in the backs'roke and individu a! medley , add to the Collegi !!iph victory. The results: 100-yard freestyle: 1, Fores Fisch. CH. 2, Jense E. 3, Fos sett. AC. 4. Love. AC. :58.0. 100-yard backstroke: 1. Ala Chaloupka. CH. 2, Rittner, AC Bush. E. 4, Gahagen. AC. Musser, E. 1.11.4. 400-yard irefstyle: 1. Slanleyji Bouse, CH. 2. Don Alexander.! CH 3, Webb, AC. 4. Lavely, E. 5, Donaldson. AC. 4:54.0. went down to defeat Friday, Valey High losing to Lov'.'land's B*am. 31-21. at Loveiand, and Ft. Lupton bowing to host Broomlield. ^3-17. J?*! L ?._M«_JRKLM: J?!»«LJ?!!-!|1963 Racing Dates Vikings, Devils LOM Wrtstling Dual M«et* ||n Colorado Set Two Tri-Vaik) ureMlag '.taJis 127. Lw.e rierrera at 133 and I Jessie Venagas at 154. The Valley High-Loveiand results: 95. Ev Clki. Lv. wo. by forfeit. 103. M. Lar.phear. Lv. pin- Loveland defeated Valley High ned Gary Bake,. 2:58: 112. Alan on the score of two forfeits, at 2; and a! heavyweights. Otherwise the teams split the actual matches wTestled. Fort Luptoi. victors Friday- were Richard Falcon at 112. Louie Sandoval at 120, Joe Torrei at Duvall. VH. decisionefl Wayne 'orsyth. 6-2: 120. Gan Todd. VH. pinned Richard Rav. 2.23: 127. Sports Notes Dick Werschke. VH. decuionid (jar. 7-4: 133, Dave Hoffman. ,\. decisioned Dale Scnissler. 7- 138. Terry Jland. Lv. pinned Western State Downs Eastern N.M. 66-58 GUSXISOX API - Balanced scoring pushed Western State into an 18-point lead in the first hall and the Mrur.taineers made it stand up foi a 66-58 non-conference basketball victory despite a second half comeback by Eastern New Mexico. Dick Wilson of Western toppe the scoring with 18 points. Torn Ferrell'j 11 points was tops for Eastern New Mexico. . DEXTER -.\P) _ Katiog dates iin 1963 for all but two of Colorado's racetracks were announced Friday The Hui'blu Kennel Club wii: lold its 6u-nisht greyhound meeting June 7 through Aug. 15. Mile rligh Kennel Club at Denser will operate June 71 through Aug. Z9. Mel D u v a i i . . S l : 145, runtz, CHICAGO AP - Stan 'The Man i Musial of the St. Louis 'ardinals will receive another in a long series of award. 6 when the Chicago baseball writers hol their Diamonc Dinner Jan. 13. Musial. 42. will be awarded the William Wriglcy Jr. Trophy for 'Comeback of the Year." MON'TCLAIR. X..I. (APi-Yog Berra. Mrs. Berra and their three little Berras were searching for i floppy eared pup Friday. Berra, Xew York Yankee catch er who lives here, told police tha the family pet. a 10-month-ole cocker spaniel named T-"f!v. ha been missing since Tuesday. VH. pinned Tim Barker. 1:07: 154 John Bruce, VH. pinned Art Adams, 53 seconds: »65. Bob Scontlin. Lv. decisi"ned Allen Winters. 3-2: 180. Terry .loore. Lv, pinned Gary Johns, 5:03; hvy. Steve Mitchell. Lv, won by forfeit. The 50-day thoroughbred season at Centennial Track near Littleton will open June 28 and continue through Sept. 9. Memorial Park Track in Brush was given 10 racing days. 3 more than iu 1962. The dates are May 17. 18. 24. 15 and 30. and June 1. 7. 8. 14 and 15. The Rocky Mountain Quarter Racing Association will hold its 25-day quarter horse meeting »t Centennial Sept 14 Ihrou'jh Oct 12. 15 14 t Mor| . F.rt Col Iin. 26 16 » 1J » 14--44 U II M tt-44 100-yard brcaslstroke: 1. S. Bush. E. 2. and 3, 'tie! Snyder. E. and Kowallis. AC. *. Colby. Cll. 1:15.6. 200-yard freestyle relay: 1, College High 'Mason, Jim Hartman. Rick Hartman. Walsh'. 2. Englewood. Adams City disqualified. 1:53.3. -- 200-yard mediey relay: 1, Englewood. 2. Adams City. 3, College High. 2-03.5. 200-yard freestyle: 1, Bouse. Eastern Division AFL Games Take Spotlight This Week Htre's a Christmas Gift Idea! C1VE A SOLO FLIGHT CERTIFICATE for Christmas for } 1 oo you cnn K!"« t c r r t i f l c R t a to rover all th« fllKbt t r a i n i n g nrednl up to t h n «olo f l l p h t . Tho Ideal n i f i for innihcr. railicr. » n n, clauclitcr. nwpRiJicnrl. w i f e h u H b u n d . grandnon. jtrnnd- d a u R h t i r r . n n y b o d y -- « f k u* nhoul it! NOLAN'S 352-9560 AOPAS 360' Rating tor FAA "Blue Sell" Alio Avillibll Full time ground and fliBhl instructor available. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS } Tlie American Football League's -astern Conference takes over the pollight this weekend, beginning fith today's gaiTtr in New York between the Titans and Buffalo Bills in which tho Bills try sad put ogethcr their first winning season. Houston and Boston continue heir chase tor the division title Sunday, with the tKO-timc champion Oilers at home to winless )akland while Boston has a much oughcr chore at hand in San Diego against the Chargers. West ern Division king Dallas plays lost lo Denver in the other game Buffalo, with a 6-6-1 record uinds up its 1962 season. A vie lory would not only get the first winning season in its 3-year AFL lislory, but would also Buffalo of third place The game matches the league's busiest rushing offense, led b; record-irakcr Cookie Gilchris against the aerial antics of thi Titans' !/ce Grosscup and Johnnj 53 yards so far. and the Bills set team mark with 2,196 yards. Houston, with a 9-3 record, is leavily favored over the Raiders, winless in 12 games this season and II since last year. With San 3iego on the rise and the Patriots] battered by injuries. Houston 1 could get its third straight title if Boston loses. Green. Gilchrist set league rushing mark last week, totaling Regis Swamps N. D. State 93-39 DENVER (API - High powered scoring by Louis Stout, Cozell Walker and Ben Wesley led Regis College to a 93-39 non-conference Basketball victory Friday night over North Dakota Stile. Stout hit 24 points. Vilker 23 and Wesley 21. Ron McLeod topped the North Dakotans with nine tallies. Will'w ShMmakir h» rlddtn In the last seven Garden State Stakes but didn't win the race until 1961 when he scored with Crimson Satan. This year he won the race with Crewman. 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