Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 15, 1955 · Page 11
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15. 19 GREELE$. TR.BUHjj:' is for Coach Jim BaggoT'intends'! to use more-'of." his reserves . this weekend.. when :the' Greeley-high jasketbsll' team play's Lakewood · nd Wheat nidge-. ' · ; _V. ". ' ' .The veteran'Wildcat coach indicated that he would folltfii' that pattern both' against-a high-scoring Lakewood team here Friday night and 1 on Ih'c''Wheat Ridge floor Saturday night.' He "will' try the 'reserves "in Various combinations.:along with the regular in "-'an effort-.to find more scoring' punchi and defensive Jtrengih'.'.. ·. "i .'V..., . Although .the?: .regulars--Larry Anderson, Ken Milkr; Frank Carbajal,'' Gordon'Adle'r,"Larry Hoff ner and 'Bob Pratt--have lookec good so far, the reserves have no come .through as expected.' The non-sl'arfers, however, have booked much'game;time,'and-Bag got feols thai-they will develop. B Pltytri Pushing.' - :ll (hey don't',.he's already look Ing toward the B squa'd.'which h shown very well. · In, facl,; one . 1 member, Johnny Blatnick, has ready been moved up'and is push Ing for a stalling berth. ' . . He wdl join Guards Ted Wrigh and I,arry" Erick son 'and-For ward Doug Frcclerikscn, Larry. Major and Gene Swanson on the varsity The Wildcats lpokcd,gopd in win ning over Cheycnne_, 41-34, an oVer Easl, SMS, last.week. Th ihiru quarter agai-.3t=Ea£!,-whe_ the Cats'bucketed 10 field goals, is rated as the best piece o( action by the club'this year. Rebounding B«tttr ·Rebounding and defense showed marked improvement, hut Baggot marked down some exlra free throw- shooting practice on i his drill schedule. .Miller, Pratt, Ad; ler and Hoffner have combined very effectively on the boards. Baggot, while praising the improvement, noted that there is still .room for more-development, in both phases of the game. The Cat offense was. still spotty list weekend, despite better, overall shooting from the floor and better hall handling.,; But the club still showed early-sea'son spurts of good play mixed with bad. Likowood High-Scoring /T.skewood, in -its last appearance, dunked Colorado Springs, M,74,:in one,'of the':- highesl-scor- Ing prep games-.'ot. the.-season. Willyi Leff dumped .'.-in. 27 points. In that game, .and:three oilier of h i s - t e a m m a t e s ' h i t in'double figures. ;Dick Laiieri, 6-3-pivol who ·long' with Left heads the' club, got 21-after sinking 22 the.night before in a 5u-U win over Canon City. Bob Rhodes garnered 14 and Elton ' Weedo'n' 11. ",Those ' four along with Dick Foos are expected to book most of the' lime against tht Cats at the Eighth avenue gym Friday. Wheat Ridge, which leans more to pattern ball rather than .a fast- break' like Lakewood, is smaller but has good over-all experience. The club is led by Neil Good, Van Bandimere and Chuck Donaldson. The Farmers lost to Fort Morgan, 53-47 and- defeated Longmont 4543 in its two games last weekend. .Greeley high goes into- the fames in fairly good shape. Anderson's knee appears to be holding up well a f t e r - i t was twisted In the North game; Hoffner's cold It much-better, i - - . ;: Here's i look at the box scores of the most recent games played by Greele'y's weekend opponents: F.t. Mor»iri (53)jWtii't RW«« (47) " .'fg ft|. ' ' · ': *» « OiKeil 0|Hustede' SlHpuslon-' biGood OJDonaldson .2 Newton : 1 Owen . Bj.TitE AMOCtATED TBEM .VAiEIALI, ·-· . ·· ! .- ':. - ',- ' -' N E W . YORK - ClIKlxuU'l T«4 IK1»1- *»kl \*A Natlo»l LeuiM Ural ta»*m«». . fkldiju {or Ilie flfUk alialshl a«at*a to it ' * reajor Icafue rtc«rd. ·' : · BOXING . MILWAUKEE -- Fred 5ad4y/ part frri- «nt of 'tin :NU»Ml .B«Klj«- Ait.: art m«mb«r of.. th .executive cvrnmlttee, ErouBced . h* ! »·!!'' refemraenrt t h a t . t h « BA-'work'^Lth Xew York Athletic Coin- UI^M'* Chairman-'Juliji Helland .la· hla n plains! the Boxtaf'GulM, a manager*' rf anJiatiwi. , ' . - . V ·. ,,- . ' , · .KAC1NG -' ? · . - · : * _. '· .\ · ' - ' . · MIAMI; Flav'^Tht !lo»' I12« SO) Vi :e,'feature at -*rrap!eal ' Park.-" . . SAN-BRUNO'.- ciiu.i -: Count'.Li 17.70) captured^lKe rix-Iurlocil h*adHiwr Tanforaa.: ,-.%\ . . . .' -. .'- ^orth Central Loop Action Starts Friday i The North Central league be- jihs conference action this week- :nd wilh a double-round after.'all .cams but-Berthoud have warmed up against non-conference foes. . Leading the teams into.confer- ence play .is Mead, the favorite and undefeated with'-two' straight wins. Other teams besides' Mead and Berthoud .are-.Timnath, Estes Park, La ' Salle, Gilcrest, Evans and Erie. : , - J . , '·- STANDINGS · " ' · ' ' · i . ';W C rtt.Opr. Mead : - 2 0 89 . 76 Estes Park Timnath ~ La Salle ·- Gilcrest Ev'ans fihil one pfi a .scries, of. prep/.tt- leci Ion's by the two. Denver news, papers:?-/ . --' ;'.'-,".;'., 'V V'S 1 KoHner'' jpintd 1 End - Bud Smith 6£. Nor'[.h'jvTackles^ Stan,': Gorman oj-Grand'Junction'and.Bob' Erickson o! Ea'st; Guards'Famuer^Ras- mussen,' of iLongn^nt.lnnd^.Dave Perry 'of Grand Junction;' Center Doug Wills of Longmontj -and Backs -Ya"yne" Kleinstiver of Colo-, rado- Springs, Frank iGuptpri fdi Trinidad'and AlanTAshbaiigh and Den'nie Powell; both' of--Longmbntr The News first team selections' were Endi.Warfen Bashbr of Longmont and.Smith; Tackles-Erirkson and- Ron -:'Nelson 1 ';.of J-bngnVont; Guards -' Rasmussen . and Perry; Center---Willi;-,;snii B?--*"-* sh -" baugh, Guplbn: and - Ber^on Johnson of Grand .-June I io'n. '. '/ Everett Golding of' Grceley was given honorable mention at.guard :Class Piers'on 'eluded', CenUr« v -'w«'yne' Cecil of Gileton ind Nick" Lob'ato of Pierce; »nA Backt Paul.Timm ol Grover, Larry Coiaii of Pierce', R,on Bauer of Prospect .Valley,-;Ken" Elder',of iKeenesburg^Glen'/Benlz of Hud- ion''ihd Don Widener ot Wcldona. es bb" Berlhoud \ LATEST; RISULTS Mead 49, Windsor 40. Platleville 35, Timnath 13. Fort Luplon 63, Erie 40. . Mead 40, Johhslown 36. Greeley Sophs 61, Evans 33. Estes Park 53, Lyons 38. ·; FRIDAY'S SCHEDULi Timnath at Evans. - ·· Mead at. Gilcrest. Erie at Estes Park.' La Salle al Berthoud.- . SATURDAY'S S C H E D U L I Berthoud 'at" Mead.' ." Esles Park at Evans. . GuY.rest. at La Salle. Erie at Timnalh. Upper Platfe, Platte r Poudre HoopSiandii Basketball Schedule Achziger Alles Johnson Spencer" Osbprne Ostwald Pease.^ ' Preise'ndorf '6 Thomas l Bandimere Totals' 19 15| Fort Morgan. _ Wheat Ridge - Totals · 15 IT __10'12 15 16--53 ._ 8-8 18 14--47' Free throws' missed: Warden Osb'orne 5, Oslwald, Presiendorfj Thomas; Keil, Houston, . Good 3, Newton 3, Hustede S. L.k-.wwd (H)' 'iColo. Sprinji I ·\~: Fg F Rhodei -.5. D. Laizeri 8 Leff . ID Weedon S 3. Lazzeri 0 Spykstra 0 Collier ·' 0 Bowers 0 0].' - '- - -i: : Totals 30 - 20? ' · Likewood -.-__ 2J Cote. Springi ;_^ * 3!Shallen'cr SjKomero TjScott ilBoalright 0|McGuire OlKnegalV ·01.- · : ·. · - - . - ' F R I D A Y North C«ntr«l , Erie at Mead. EerthouS al GUcrest. Evans at Erie. , :' .' .Timnath at La Salle.' -' ' · Ufftr !·«· Galeton at Nunn. Pierce at Milliken. rWelliagtpn'at Waverly. .' Gill at Grover.' . -Poydre Valley Wiggins at'PlattevUle. Kersey at Laporte. Frederick at Johnstown. N i N»rth»rn (Non-Corif.) Lakewood at Greeley. 1 Sidney ; at Sterling. -·'' Fort Morgan at Wray. Golden'aV Englewood. South at Boulder. North at Fort/Collins. . Longmont at Brighton. Adams.'Cily at Lb'veland. Other N«vCo«if«ra)nc« Brush at LUtleloh.' Windsor at Akron. · . ·'Eaton at 'Ault.- '-/ . SATURDAY ; : '·' North Cintral . Timnath at Estes. Mead at La Salle. , Erie'at B'erthoud.- J ' Gilcrest at' Evans/ . \ . Upp«r PI»H« . Lyons' at Pierce. V " Norttwrn (K»n-Cofif.) · Greeley at Wheat Hidge. South at Loveland.' East at'.Fprt Collins..Manual .at Lon'gmont- Lakewood at Boulder. Nnrth '»t Englewod. Yuma at Sterling. : ;.' Oth«r Non-Conf«r*nce College Wgh at, Grover. Arvada at Bnish. : - ; - C«ll«j« Colorado Stale at Denver. JTANDINOS third'.team A'choices: Center. Dean of. Lafaycile -was - first j team.\on ISith- the · Post. and News; Tackle -Tank . V:ckles..bf .Lafayette'..was .a" second tear.vchoice of both papers, Back Bob;DiNovellis-of;Lafayelie made.the^Post second .team;: Back buaoc..Kjelgaard of .'Brush, made the third teaih;:Back Ken Bp.stroiti of 6rush,!'tjie''iecbnd.te*'m... -.' ;. · .-Post -.Class,^A'.horiorXble 1 ,mentions from thi-'i're'ii .included End Pat tfanekfr of'liatayette; Guards jerry^Daniels' 1 :ind'-'Ken Marble; both"."6f · Brush';. -.'Center, JEd'KJel] gaard of Brush;'and Back's'.Wsyne Hindman . ot Lafayette, -'Dennte Rush of Lafayette, Jim F-spinosa o( Lafayelie, Gary Tway of Fort Lupton,' Ron Cerettq of Fort Lupton; Melvhi Foos. of Eaton, Back Tom Beshe'ars'of Eric top pcd the .Class B, iclections, making both the News and Post firsl teams.' The News also selected Tackle Sabin'o Lontine'on its first team; Lontine" was- a Post second 'team ' choice. ·- . :·.;-.- Two Ault players were second learn choices on.the Post lineup E n d - T o m . Wood and Back. Jack Foos. Back Keith Miller of Este: Park made : both' papers' second teams. ' . ' - ' * · 'Three Erie_pla-ers were on the i Post third'te'a"nir : EndVJ« Padia;Center Ron Pedron and Back Ron Killer. ' ' . ; ·Class B honorable mention m the Post included Ends Val Cameron and Fred Fanton o f ^ Estes Park, Bill Waller of Evans, Harry Spend- ow of Erie, Joe D'Oraiio of Frederick, Duane Knox of Laporle and Rich Martinez of Erie;- Tackles Jim Boyd .of Ault. Bob .^Baker ot Eric and Larry We.lch "of Estes P a r k ' - G u a r d s Harold Norton of Timnath, Alan Hendrickson of.Tim- nath,- Wayne Williams ofvEvans, Wilbur Lightsey of La Salle, Gene Allen of Johnstown, Roy .Burrows of Laporle and Biltidmaier of FINEST pF^MEAtS W« CongratuUt. THE; K ;* B PACKING CO. on niversary of «ucce»»ful operation. W« ftatur* :K l bhoic* Cr«d«. Aged · for good ·atirig. Trimm*d Players' Case PH. Opp. 196 -161 82 108 90 ' 140 130 129 109 Nunn · '--- 1 Piercej -^-- 0 . . Galelon -i 0 · 1 · - . « ? . - . 10S Milliken '0 2 82 K . '· NON-LEAGUC GAMES W L rt«.;«il Grover 1 . » : 54 35 Milliken 0 ' J 54 89 ,yon! '-^- 0 1 M ' 1M - . . LATBST RfSULTS Lyons 45, MUiken 41. " .Wellington 53,' Nunn 42.' .. ( 'Grover 67, Pierce 45.- -Waverly'60, Gill-34.'. " · - . . - · . Grover 68, Lyons 37. Waverly 50, Pierce 45. Waverly 51,"Galeton 53. .-; Gill 47, Milliken 41. Grover «i, Wellin«to.. M. FRIDAY'S SCHSDULI Galeton at Nunn. Pierce at Milliken. · ' . Wellington at Waverly. Gill at Grover. SATURDAY'S-SCHIDULI LJon« at Pierce. College Hilh at Grover. ,-^ Keriey Laporte Frederick Wiggins _ .PI»tttvill« Aiilt Ault; Centers Don Delehoy .of Laporte, Ed Nelson of Ault and Ken Woelfle of Timnalh; Backs Julian Martinez of Gilcrest; Tony Chunn of Erie, HaroW Smedley of Estes Park, Lucy Baros - of Timnath Leon Vannest of'. L» Salle, Fred Frihauf of Wiggins, Ken-Elsberry of Johnstown, Larry Stolarczyk and Dick, Humphrey-, of Kersey, John Schoneman .of ;Eaton; 'Holand Rohn of Wiggins. --. · · Clan C Stltclibni Back Ken White of Galeton led the 'area Class C choices, landing on-both second teams. Teammate End Dan Tracy made the; Post third team. : · Honorable mention selections in- , .___.. YORK UV-^MaJor league playe~r' representatives" Boh"; Ke and Hobin Roberts and: Ihcir law yer, J. Norman Lewis, .plannet (Thursday to lake their case to Commissioner Ford.Frick, The -16 club* representatives de cided Wednesday Ihcy\conld go along with rejection by club owners of *|cerlain proposals" the players had submitted to the mag- lalcs. At their., meeting in Chicago .ast' week, ..IheT magnates flatly [urned down alPth'c players' important suggestions. . . - " The players were particularly incensed over-.failure by the^owners to permit... them representation at negotiations for a new contract a f - . feeling television of Ihe World Series and all-star "game.- Players also deplored .the ownen' refusal t» increase the 'minimum salary from $6,0001to'J7.200. i'; I ..j; · These two proposals .will be resubmitted when {the owners con, Feller, , veteran f'The' vi the Cleveland. Indians 1 ^ ' -Johnstown -- 0 NON-LEAGUE SAME! ' . ' W L-Fr«. Or*. Keriey __; Plittcville -. Wiggins -Ault ·---·-- Frederick .. Johnstown Laporte _·-- 137 100 41 15* 131 i» Totals - ' 3Z 10 1 .'-I IT I--W 10--T4 usi THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS FOR THAT SPECIAL GIFT . . ; GIVE CANDY '.-.'· . :'*r(.FJr»m-,,-.- * . BOGAN PHARMACY 93010rhSt.' Final, PGA. Tourney Opens .in" Florida . ; ·· \ '. SANFORD, Fla: UK' -- Golfs touring professionals began swinging Thursday in their f i n a l ' P G A tournament of the. year -- the |15,000 Sanford Open. " · After this 72-hole event, most of the players head homeward for the holidays, then regroup for the I I,os Angeles Open Jan. 6. · Sam Snead of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., arid Tommy Bolt of Chattanooga, Tenn., who tied for first in last week's Miami Open head the list of favorites. ; J Snead,'wh) beat BolUwith a par on the first playoff.hold in Miami, fired a 4-undcr-par 66 in Wednesday's pro-am preliminary. Bolt's individual card was hot posted. IFEDNESBAY'3 HOCKEY »y THE ASSOC1ATID rE» - XATIOHAI. LUGBt CkEcaxo ·*, tit* Y*rlc 1. A M E R I C A N LFAGCF. {Grani Hapkfl '· Trey J. 'K'«» Kir'tn_l. BaUimort 3 (overUir.e till. WaiWaftwi'.7,'ClbUm 1. · . '/. WKSTIHX IEAGDI - - · :: New Wntml»il«r-J. WiiulKf I..',.-. Refina' 5. CaTtarr 4 «TerUnm, : ., cnLi.r.r,E . ' · : . ' '. KefH) Dakota 5, CoTfirado C«L!ric 4. . Miehlfin 6, lflTfr us'f THI LATE4T HESULTt Granby 56, Uporte 32. - P'litteville 36,- Timnath 33. Wiggins 41; Eaton -37. Bear Creek 59, Laporte S7. Mead 40, Jphnslown 36. Arvada 56, Frederick 4t. Fpr£ Lupton 59, Johnstc.vn 50. Xersey 4«, College'High 45. i Uporte'48, Plaltevilte M. Frederick 59, Wiggins 44. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE Wiggins' at Platteville. Kersey at Laporlc. ' Frederick at Johnslown. Eaton at Ault. STANDIN6S ·- · ' - W L PH. Op». College High Brush Lafayette ^-Fort Lupton i_ Windsor F.aloo;.. 2 1 2 1 1 1 161 123 111 10« 96 71 -213''»! 141 147 37 ,.41 10 Jerp'Seniors Are Determined To Beat Sooners WASHINGTON GB -- Maryland Coach Jim Talum has lerved notice there are 10 seniors oh 1 , the Maryland football team who have made up their minds to. beat'Okla- homa in the Orange Bowl Jan. 2. We are taking third rate team down there (Miami) to play a first rate 'team, but we art coming back first rate,". Tatum :'»ald Wednesday night. Big Jim' tabbed hi« .undefeated Terrapins "third rale" only in reference" to their standing in the final, Associated Press; poll. Oklahoma was voted- 1 the 'national championship.' The seniors he .referred to were beaten, 7-0, by Oklahoma in the, 1954 Orange Bowl game. ' ' ·- . , \ looking, to next year, Tatum said his 1956 squad has the "greatest" polential despite the loss of 10 seniors. He predicted they' would have "no trouble, at all" with the t4ams t h e y ' a r e scheduled to oppose. .' ;.- ; I This unusual aspect" of/": an optimistic coach items from Jim's' desire to attract ipectatort to Maryland's rather poorly attended home games.; ' ' / '-.; r ; . · ' Sen. Monroney (D-Oklahom'a), a guest at Wednesday night's dinner for Ihe; undefeated football and lacrosse team's, iaid.he noted that one of the University of Maryland regents had r 'been introduced , as '.'the representative of football on t h e board." i · · . . . - . - - . 'All of our regents .at Oklahoma represent . football," Monroney grinned. '.' ' ' ' , righthander, .''is .that th'e!players might take .stern steps if the owners reject them, at this time." .."Feller, did not explain what he meant by "aie'rn steps," but Itob- (jrU, the Philadelphia Phillies' frea'l. righthander,i said: : ,'.. -, . "We probably will have a state-, ment to make after the owner 1 !' Feb.- 4 meeting." Then, '.he added quickly, almost' under his breath: "We hope we" don't, have to."- , . In a joint statement, "the players said: "The cost of living, according to government figures, has increased -44 per . cent since 1947. The ' owners claim there is only a small percentage of players who now receive^ less' than $7,200. ff this Is. so, themlhe cost Qf the increase should be negligible." .. TV SERVICE CALLS ; ALL MAKE* '. DAV OR NIGHT ' Ph. 415)1 Century Radio »nd Television . Ph. 415s 625 8th Ave. Radio R.pilr and TV Rintall ' M e m b e r 'ol floekjr Mountatn . 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