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22 GREELEY TRIBUNE MOB. DM. HV1962 Buffalo Cagers Stay Unbeaten By JIM VAN VALKENBURC I team upset eighth-ranked Indiana Associated Press Sports Writer J63-55 at BkomingUKi. The Cy- Colorado's defending champions are unbeaten in Big Eight basketball. This is no surprise, but the presence of Iowa State and Oklahoma in the unbeaten ranks is unexpected. Strange, too, is the lowly position of both Kansas and Kansas State, sharing the bottom rung with 1-2 won-lost records. Kansas tied for last place last season alter several years of dwelling K- Statc for ilie chtimniunbinp, bul K-State was the runner-up. Glen Anderson's Iowa State clones will be the underdogs again Monday night at Drake '3-01, which also won at Indiana in its beaten string. It's one of the lop games on a x-game Monday nighl care lich shows Kansas Stale at Mar- uette, Wyoming (1-U at Kansas diana at Missouri 12-11, State ollege of Iowa at Nebraska (2-1) Deaths and Funerals . KRAMER Mrs. Prise-ilia E. Kramer of Pierce. Wife of Harry L. Kramer. Mother of Les ter Kramer and Mrs. Inez Witbock both of Pierce, . : . Orvitle Kramer of Denver, '.*·· and Joseph Kramer of San ···" Diego, Sister ot Jay Me*:-.- Cosh of Salina, Kan., Mrs. Martha Kail of Longford, Kan., George and James McCosh, and Miss Emma McCosu all of Abilene Kan.. Mrs. Lydia Dower ol ,,.. .. Lead, S.D., Thomas Me-%_ '^ Cosh of Canada, Lewis Me ' " f ~ Cosh of New Jersey, anc . : -f. Mrs. Velma McClusgage .'_·; · of California. Services 1:30 *·'·· '·' p.m. Wednesday f r o Macys EATON CHAPEL . Interment Eaton Cemetery .'·' tiANDIN T.;;' Mrs. Emily Caroline Lan ·-·· " din of the Kenton Nursing l: . . Home, formerly of Eaton * · . ' : ' Mother of Roy Lundin o SJIi'si' Mesa, Ariz. Services 3 n.m Tuesday from M a c y ; EATON CHAPEL. Inter * ment Baton Cemetery. ·* l MOLANDER · E. August Molander ot 20: iU * · Oracle Ave., Ault. Husbam «-.;. . of Mrs. Hilma Molander Father of Mrs. John H Darat of Greeley. Uncle o Eldon Balmer of Aiilt, Vei Balmer of Loveland, Mrs Pearl Kennedy of Daily Colo., C'irl Nelson of Sal . Diego, Emery Molander o ·· West Lynn, Ore., and Mrs Delous McGaire ot Twi Falls, Idaho. Services 2:3 p.m. Thursday from the First C o n g r e g a tional Church of Ault. Interment Eaton Cemetery. Friends who wish may make memorial donations to the First Congregational Church of Ault. SLOCUM Louis Isaac Slocum of .":-';;; Nunn Uncle of Edwin Wll- '· · Ham Blood of Puehlo and Glenn Louis Blood of Tor- · *·;-. ranee, Calif. Arrangements ··-;·-"· later. : WEIllER ; ' Gotfried '(Fritz) Weimer ot 2724 Buena Vista Drive. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday from Macys Drawing Room, luterment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Friend who wish may make memorial donations to the Cancer Fund. ind Southern Illinois at Oklahoma -C). Colorado made it three straight Eaton (42) y defeating Northwestern 69-64. K-State was upset by an aroused Ortiz t. Louis team 59-57, ending a 21- Nicholson ame home court winning streak. Springston crowd of 10,000 also watched Bass le Wildcats drop theii first home Adams pener since Ahearn Field House Bates ·as built in 1950. Brunz St. Louis controlled the rebounds Kindsfater nd blocked 7-foot Kodger Sutler D. Blehm way from the backboards. Gary Beede larriolt will have lo get more Helzer coring and rebounding help igainst tough Marquette. Both Kansas, which lost 81-62 at Eaton lichigan State, and Missouri, Ault icaten at home by Arkansas 70- il, will be hard pressed to win although playing at home. Mizzou s missing its two best rebound- ers, both injured and out for the season. The green Kansas clul las a long way to go. The Big Eight has an excellent 714 winning percentage against' intersectional foes, winning 15 ol Eaton, 50-42 AULT -- The Ault Bearcats changed their offensive tactics in .he second half, enabling them to eat Katon, 5042, in an outstanding defensive g a m e Saturday lu'ght here. In sweeping Iheir 2-game series :rom Ealon, the Bearcats used "shuffle" offensive atlack in the second half. Ault led Eaton only 22-1S at intermission, and that was due to outscoring Eaton 10-4 in the second period. Auk's cause was aided immeas- ureably by the free throw shooting of Jake Meyer and Ed Simpson, Meyer hitting 7 and Simpson 8. Eaton won the B-game, 54-41. tears To Host N.M. Western Pagers Tonight Ault (SO) G F 3 2 Bickling 1 6 Meyer t 0 Masterson C F 4 3 4 1 0 OL. Broyles 0 0 0 0 Woods : 0 0 Simpson : 1 3 Hanson 2 1 1 0 5 2 14 It 1520 15 4 12 1111 10 II 10-50 Roosevelt Slips By || sports Notes College High Record .Set as, Denver Loses to jbiuttl Uwir touting talents Satur- DALLAS. Tex. l A H I - A b n e r JOHNSTOWN -- The Uooseveltjtion and then oflicials discovered day and came up with a roinbuia-iiiaynts set an American FoutbaM Colorado Slate College's basket- all team will make its home de- Mi at 8 p.n. tonight i Monday) igainst New Mexico Western. Two new players will make heir first appearance for C-State, while another, Charles Williams, is no longer with the team. Tom Mims and Tom Hawkins, who become eligible with the end of the quarter, will be on C-State's second unit against New Mexico Western. Colorado State College has a 0-2 record, losing twice Nov. 30- Dec. 1 to Eastern New Mexico. CSC starters tonight are Gail Johnson. Jim Gilbert, Don Mulvaney, Jerry Ratliff and Dennis Diehl. Koughriders (Johnstown-Mitten) took advantage of a fourth period; technical foul to gaii' the lead that College High's Elston had]lion that resulted in a S9.499.W not checked in. · payoff at Sunland's Race Track. Charles Minch wenl to the treej The (our-hurse combination was oaroute to a 48-43 non-conference throw tine for Roosevelt on the win over the stubborn College technical foul and made the shot. High Bulldogs here Saturday. Then Koosevelt took the ball out The Bulldogs jumped to a quick of hounds and managed to retain The conference stands 3-2 against the Big Ten, 2-2 against the Southwest Conference and 1-1 against the Missouri Valley. This record may suffer somewhat in the Monday night firing, although Nebraska and Oklahoma should win easily. The Huskers clipped Air Force 43-29 while the Sooners, led by speedy Eddie Evans, ran past St. John's of New York, 84-651 OU is averaging 90 a game under new Coach Bob Stevens. Fairview 31, Devils 17 BOULDEH--Fairview Saturday night defeated the Fort Lupton wrestling team, 31-17, here. 95, Terry Williams, F, pinned nthony Duran, 1:13; 103, Frank all, F, pinned Daniel VonFeldt, 112, Richard Falcon, FL, cisioned Eric Loveless, 7-1; 120, ouis Sandoval, FL, decisioned ave Montgomery, 2-0; 127, Joe orrez, FL, decisioned Bob Larn, 5-0; 133, Dave Lillard, F, pined Louie Herrera, 1:36. 138, Jim Hendricks, F, pinnec ary Howard, 2:46; 145, L y n n lanahan, F, pinned Gary Sack, 33; 154, Kick Jones, F, decision- VETTER MORTUAR Ft. Lupton SHARPE Thomas Sharpe of Forl Lupton. Father o£ Ruben Sliarjie, Denver; Andrew Bharpe, Fort Lupton Thomas Sharpe, Lewiston Mont.; Jack Sharpe, Hous ton, Tex.; aud William Sharpe, Pierce. Brother o Mrs. Nellie Drown of Pitts burgh, Penn. Services p.m. Tuesday at Methodis Church in Fort Lupton. In terment Mountain Vie Cemetery, Longmont. MONUMENTS and MARKERS .60 Years of Leadership In Granite and Bronzft Monuments OPEN SUNDAYS : by Appointment Ralph Hollister GREELEY MONUMENT CC 1015 7th Ave. Martinez Shoots WC To 48-47 Win HUDSON - For the second game in n row, John Marline became Weld Central's hero. Friday night Martinez score* with only two seconds left to giv e Rebels a 57-55 victory ove alley High. Then Saturday night Martinez cored a 20-foot field goal wit xral 10 seconds left to give Wei Central a 48-47 victory over Fair ew. Martinez, held to one point i he third quarter, scored in th ourth period to trigger a 21-poin ally that enabled Weld Central a overcome a 13-point deficit. Larry Hopkins scored eigh oinls before fouling out in th ourlh quarter to help the Wei enlral comeback. The Rebe used a field goal lo tie the gam t 4646 with about 25 seconds t o. Then he gol his winning ba et. With about eight secont Laporte Edges Roosevelt 28-26 I n T - V M a t D u e l LAPORTE -- The Laporle Pi os scored Ihree pins in Ihe it heavyweights to nip Roose It, 28-26, in their Tri-Valley Con ·ence opening wrestling mee turday night here. Roosevelt enjoyed a 23-13 lea icn Laporle 154-pounder Charle art started the pinning series, tout pinned Frank Minkner 28. John Schmidt then pinne aosevelt's Mark Dodge in 3:0 en Ken Ramsey provided th inning points to getting a su ise pin victory over Cliff Ru 3:55. Roosevelt's Norm Rull decisio d Dennis Zach at hcavyweigh ad Rutt won by a pin, Ihe me ould have been a draw. Roosevelt's Henry Sauer turn-l i in the outstanding perform- nce, pinning Ken Simianer in 51 econds of their 133-pound match. The results: 95, Vern Jesser, R, decisioned .ob Conklin, 5-2; 103, Leo Conk- n, L, pinned Gary Garrison, :27; 112, Dennis Vise, R, pinned Hike Jacobs, 4:44; 120, Melvin Harris, L, decisioned H a r 1 a n lankins, 6-3; 127, Jack Tamlin .. pinned Harold Schwalm, 3:00; 133, Henry Sauer, R, pinned Ken iimianer, 51 seconds. 138, Ernie Derrera, R, pinnei Dave Ariz, 1:13; 145, Dan Rouse R, pinned Doug Heustis, 1:58; 154 Charles Hart, L, pinned Franl Minkner, 4:28; 165, John Schmidt L, pinned Mark Dodge, 3:03: 180 Ken Ramsay,, L, pinned Clif Rutt, 3:55; hvy, Norman Rutt, R decisinned Oennis Zach, 4-1. d Jessie Venegas, 2-0; 165, John 'alton. F, decisioned Leonart egg, 5-3; 180, Bernie Koeppen L, decisioned Bob Pennington 3; hvy, Dale McCollum, FL inned Dennis Hamilton, 2:57. iagies 47, Evans 40 WELLINGTON - Eddie Tom on scored 10 points in the firs wfiod to spirit Wellington to 740 victory over Evans Saturda ight here in a non-conferenc lasketball game. Tomson's scoring led Wellini on to a 17-8 first period lead. He wound up with 18 points lo be'game, while Jerry Blehm top- led Evans with 15. Evans won the B-ganw, 25-23. Evans (40) Wellington (47) G F 1 3 Tomson 0 0 Schneider eft to play, Fairview's Alan Hoa was fouled. He scori." 1 his fr ree shot, but his second one-- ·hat would have tied the game- ell short. Fairview won the B-game, 58- (41) Fairvltw (47) Wsld G F Karstens 0 2 Hlad Risncr 1 0 Martinez Bwdge 0 2 Hopkins Schoeneck 10 3Pastelak Robinson Hoos Mosher 1 Wagner 4Wehrman 1 Young Osborn 17 13 IS 12 11 Weld Ctntral 11 12 421-41 d at half-time 24-22. tie game was tied 35-35 at the of the third period. )uring the first part of the al quarter the lead changed ands several times. Lonnie Kruise drove in lor a ·up with about three minutes maining in the game and was uied. He dropped both free irowt in the one and one situa- U-ague r».-nird with his touchdown and Curtis McC'linton ran W Yards fur another Sunday Ibe lead. The Bulldogs pulled-down 51 rebounds while Roosevell relriev- ed 36. Gary Bauer led Ihe Roose- veb rebounding wilh 11. Koosevelt hit 31 per cent of its field goal attempts to 32.1 per cent for College High. Roosevell also won Ihe B-squad game 40-23. Cdkf* H. (45) Fg Ft PfTp Uie "Big Q" -- the winner and:i 0 highlight Dallas' 17-10 victory place horse in the sixth and sev-j uu , r stubborn Denver. nth TM*' s - i Tommy Brooker kicked a 44- Charles F Schradek'y and Onej yard j^y ,,,,.,, lo roull(] ou , ^ Pcrnell teamed up lo pick School] I);]llas scorjll g i IVachvr and Pop Straw in tin-, sixth race and then went on lo combine Jill Han and Shinpoi in upton 35, Lutheran 27 FORT LUPTON - The Fort upton Bluedevils were cold but asily handled Denver Lutheran re Saturday night, chalking up 35-27 non-conference win. The Bluedevils hit 24 per cent their field goals attempts. The B-squad game stole the melight as Fort Lupton took a ·32 overtime decision. Trailing 32-31 with time running ut in the overtime period, Fort uplon got possession of Ihe ball nd Larry Neb dropped a set shot o assure the win. Davis 2- Otis 6- Norris 3- Chell Austin Pumphrcy Elslon .... Danley ... 22- 10- 2- D 2 2 - 4 2 2- 2 5 1- 2 1 1 - 2 4 2- 3 0 1 - 2 2 n- 1 0 Ihe seventh. It was the only winning "Big Q" combination and collected the whole put. IOWA CITY. Iowa iAP)-Indi- una swimmers bettered two na lional college records for a 50- yard pool a-, the Hoosiers dominated a three-team swimming meet Saturday. Indiana beat Iowa 78 27 and Ni braska 76-29. Nebraska defeated Iowa 58-47. Turn Stickles of Indiana set a MiiiBo of Denver kicki-d his 27th field goal of the biMMjn -- bettering his own Amerii-.-in Football League rctord-- bul he missed on three other tries. Dallas picked off lour Denver passes, three of them by rnokie Bobby Ply, and it was My who stopjH'd a DHIVLT tlirenl for touchdown lute in the gymc. However, McC'linton fumlilcti cuvl Jim Mt-.Millin picked up the ball mi llie Dallas 'J and ran lo Ihe touchdown anyway. In the NFL Sieve Van Buren and Jim Brown have scored 18 IcuchoVjwns in a st-uson. a m;irk nalional collcciate n-cord of 2i which was tied Sunday bv Cn .uttvtran (27) Lupton 0 f temmert 5 0 Trevino 1 l (35) Miesntr D. Kraiu Illler )upree lufnt.gel Mayes 2 Fetters 0 Gomez 1 Johnston 0 Hild'brand OCozad 0 Aichelman 12 J Liithtrin .. : «rt Lvpton ! 10 7 » r · C F 1 1 2 1 2 7 3 0 1 1 $-27 ·--35 18- 9-18 17 45 minules. 6.fi sm*i («) Bauer Kruise Minch loffman ^einweber Neubauer Page Wagner 41- 82- 20- 10- Ft 1-3 2- 3 3 8 4 - 7 MTp yard individual 0 - 0 3 1-4 4 1- 1 2 0- 1 2 in the 200 inedlfv, and 9 teammate, Larry Schnllioff, won the sou-yard butterfly in 2 minutes. 19 2.2 seconds, another national 8 maik. Buy's Jim Taylor. Pro Football 18- 12-27 14 48 Ctlltft Htfti . 17 7 11 10--45 RnwvtH . . . 1141313-41 Brush (U) T. Chandler 0 0 Torrez Martinez Melby Buehler Burbpch Blehm Wellington 17 11 10 1-47 2 Uhrich I N i x 3 Eyestone 1 Matney Willis Brown G F 8 2 1 1 3 2 4 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 10 21 5 Wiggins 59, Limon 43 WIGGINS--The Wiggins Tigers knocked off defending slate Class B champion Limon 5943 h e r e Saturday night. Limon Battled the Tigers to a 30-30 half-time deadlock but went cold in the third period, scoring only four points. Larry Brunlz led the Tigers with 22 points on 10 field goals tobcots 62, Laporte 42 LAFAYETTE - The Lafayette Bobcats chalked up Iheir fourth Iraight win of the year here Saturday night, writing off te La- wrle Pirates 6242 in a non-con- L. Mills erence encounter. Swinson The Bobcats are undefeated. Stoops Lafayette had two men in the Amsberry louble figures column. Ron Kil- Wofford ion led the way with eight Helc ;oals and four free throws for 20 xints. Teammate Dean Kilkcr was right behind with eight field goals and tree free throws for a 19- point total. Lafayette also won the B-squad encounter 35-23. Liportt (42) Lafayett* (s2) G F G F 0 IBarajas 2 2 2 1 McWilliams 3 2 2Killion Brush 63, BC 45 MORRISON - The Brush Beet- diggers rolled to a 35-13 first hall ead then coasted to a 63-45 bas- [clball victory over Bear Creek Saturday night here. The Bectdiggers gol balanced scoring wilh Larry Skinner Icad- ng with 13 points. ALLENTOWX, P». I A P ) - A wild brawl at an Easti-in Basket- Mil League game ended Saturday nighl wilh one player under li-m- aorary arresl, another suspended indefinitely and with a vcti-ran official resigning on the s|xt. Players from Allentown oni! Cumden traded blows, and at on? point a spectator was chaswi into the stands, before police! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Liaguc Eastern Conference W L T Pet. .iN'evv Vosk Pittsburgh rlevt'land Washington Philadelphia .. St. Loui^ 11 2 0 8 5 « t. « ) 5 « 2 5 7 I 3 'J 1 3 i 1 Western Conference- .Sir, .615 .Sim .455 .417 .2511 broke up the mi-Ice. SAN ANTONIO. Tex. Davcy Moore, world IIMroil 'A! 1 ' -ICnit-ago fealhi-r.jsan Francisco" Bear Ck. (45) G r Smith 4 2 Marshall Van Dyke 4 1 Reynolds Skinner 6 1 Baylis 0 Bernard 2 1/iwe 2 Andis 0 Fraser 0 M. .Mills G F 5 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 . weight champion, opposes MeMi-o|i) 3 i|j mllu , City's veteran Fill Sava hrre!«,]j nn | a Tuesday night in a 10-roundcr. i This will mark the second meeting of the two. Moorr won a Hi- round division in 1958 in their first encounter. 12 t II 2 . H 5 . t; 7 I: 7 . 2 10 1 U a-l'luichcd conference title. American League Eastern Division W L .167 .OBJ Pet. Howlelt Wolfe Armstrong Brush Bear Creek Bancke Burruss Macklin Morris 0 4 Garcia 1 8 4 0 0 TUCSON, Ariz. UP) - fl'LAV star center Andy Von Sonn eptcd a bid Sunday to play in he f i f t h annual All-Amuricanl Jowl game here Dec. 29. j The game matches major col- ege All-stars against small col- ege players. 2415 14 17 1113 10 II--f. 3 10 10 1J-4S NBA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Results Lot Angeles 131, Cincinnati 128 illouston Ho'.ton i H u f f a l o 10 3 S :i 7 6 Frisch Has Humor NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y. (API --"Bunting mid sliding arc a thing of the past--a lost art," says baseball Hall of Fanier Frank Frisch, "Everybody's slugger now. Wo once had a guy that missed seven straight squeeze plays. On the eipth try, he hunter Syracuse 102, Boston 97 ' oul ;md ' 8 avc him a ci fi ar -" New York 5 » Western Division iDallas 10 :i fc'tivcr 7 7 San Diego .: 4 11 Oakland o u b-Uinchwl divi.Mf'n title. Saturday's Results Buffalo 20, New York 3 Sunday's Results Houston 32. Oakland 17 lloMun 20. San Diego 14 Dallas 17, Denver 10 Saturday's Gomes Houston at N'cw York Sunday's Gam« San Diego at Dallas Boston iit Oakland 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 . iltfi 0 .(M) .MO 8 1311 8-40 and two free throws. V 48, Broomfield 45 EVANS - The Platte Valley Broncos rallied in the last minute of play lo defeat Broomfield, 4815, in a non-conference basketball jame Saturday nighl here. Plalte Valley enjoyea a 12-point ead at the half in a game tea- .ured by spurts. Bul Broomfield rallied in the second half to take a l-point lead with a minule led lo play. Rich Harding got eight points for Broomfield in the third period and Wiggins B-squad fought from behind, trailing five points at the end of three periods, to down Limon 33-32 in a thriller. Limon (43) Wiggins (») G F GF Richardson 4 0 G. Waller 7 3 3 0 Loose 4 0 Bruntz 1 OAlkire 2 1 Golden 5 1 Clark 0 1 Gunn Grenawait 0 0 Zipperer 0 0 M. Walter 0 0 1 0 Davis Amerine Kelly Skinner Poteet Hendricks Wallace 5 4 0 Oil o oil Rogers 1 4 Steppy 3 2 Snyder 0 0 Ferris 0 0 Stegner 4 IKifter 8 3 Wood 4 3 Monloya I 0 Vigil 0 0 Williams 8 0 13 16 25 12 Laporte 11 1 1 14-42 Lafaytttt i U It lt-42 More Sports On Pages 7 20 New York 87, Detroit 78 1 Sunday's RiiuKi II Chicago 110, San Francisco 102 1 Detroit 123, St. Louis 119 1 Syracust 117, Los Angeles 114 1 Today's Gamti II Detroit vs. Chicago at Baltimore 1 Tirtsday's Gamts Los Angeles vs. Cincinnati at New York Boston at New York Syracuse al San Francisco ; USE THE TRIBUNE W.'.NT ADSJ T O N I G H T ALASKAN "ISLAND ADVENTURES" G.H.S. AUDITORIUM 7:.10 P.M. Tickets May Be Purchased At Door ADULTS 1.00 CHILDREN S0« Film sponsored by Weld County Flth nd Wild Life Association and Pawnee Archery Club I 1 ^ Witli malice toward" nonc;witli 1 K*i \ TUCSON, Ariz. AP) -- Tucson firemen blamed a football for setting a utility pole on fire. They said a punt went astray hit a ground wire and knocked i against a hot wire, thus starting the sljze. ERICKSON'S for Flowers SOMETHING WONDERFUL HAPPENS WHEN YOU SEND FLOWERS We Invite You to Place Your Order by Phorte -- *nd Charge it Jim Hillis got six in Ihe fourlh lo set the pnce. Halle Valley wenl Ihe first seven minutes of the fourth per- 1 with only two free throws scored. Then Bill .Ilird broke the Iroughl wilh two free throws. Steve Salazar scored a field goal and a free throw and Allen Duell got a flee throw In catapult the Uroncos hack inlo Ihe lead. Ilird scored 21 points for the Rroncs, K . Ihe second quarter. He sank five of his field goals on tip-ins and rebound shots. Ilird C'il 13 rebound.' while Musty Miller recovered 12. liroomficld won Ihe B-game. 37-27. Broomficld (45) PlaHt V. (41) G F G F Graham 1 1 Miller 3 5 H;irding 4 2 Ducll 3 1 rl.ill.nn! 3 n sjiimar 0 0 Sutherland 0 o Iliid 9 3 Ilillis G 7 Barber 0 5 \Vtiwlw..rd il 3 Klnt 0 0 lloldi-n 1 2 Prilchard 0 20 3 Limon Wiggins 23 13 I 17 H 4 »-43 II 1» 11 10 1»-5» Broomfield Plaits Valley 1 16 Ifi 1 J 13 15--4 7 22 11 t-48 How The Top Ten Fared By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j How the ten top teams in The II Associated Press college basket-|| iall pol! fared Saturday night: 1. Cincinnati, beat George Wash-|| ngton 86-59. 2. Duke. Ireat Maryland 92-56. 3. West Virginia, lost lo Ohio|| Stale 69-76. 4. I/iyola Chicago, idle. 5. Mississippi Slate, beat North-| cast Ixwisiana 79-56. 6. Wisconsin, heal Texas Wesl-|| ern 73-59. 7. Oregon Stale, bcal Washing-]] Ion 57-45. 8. Indiana, lost to Iowa Stale 55- j| 63. 9. Kentucky, beat Temple 56-52. | 10. Wichita, beat Purdue 79-5S. clinritij jor all: witli jinnness n tlie rifllitas Gocf qivcs us u o to sec tnc rialit.... It is o\ir policy In tme ffir piiMic fafrrrfft In flccwd wilh I'm: «xlr of ethics we li.-ivi- nclnpd-d ns mpmbcrs of the NATIONAL SBLECTED MUKTiUANS. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS FLOWERS WeitlOthSt. 352-2851 ABL Saturday's Rtsulti Philadelphia 101. Oakland 9S Pittsbureh 111. Long Beach 103|| Kansas City 114. Chicago 98 Sunday's RssuHs I/.-ng Beach 109, Pittsburgh 107II Kansas City 125. Oakland I03|| Today's Gam*t Pittsburgh al Oakland Chicago at Kansas City Twsdiy's Gam»s Philailrlphia a! Lnng Bewh Pittsburgh at Oakland Chicago at Kansas. City John Allnutt Jack Allnutt B i l l Allnutt FUNERAL DIRECTORS G R E E L E Y E A T O N Bv INV1TATIQI *· 0 NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS

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