Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 23
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 10, 1962
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Lakewood Edges Gree/ey Ccrf Wrestlers, 24 to 22 LAKEWOOO-iA comeback vie- Liituoud enough for the teaniiifae lead. DeljadVs addition*! GREELEY TRIBUNE P»t« U| · Ctlkf* Hifh Pup ! Mwi- UM Tw« C*«« ··«"·*-. r i r \ A I - I L, c,!*, nigh junior ^Syracuse Ends Season With ity Pup« over the weekend iostj ' tuo jam**. 31-1!) to Kort Upton, Fridav *Ed 40-23 to KoowveH; Nofthtrn Boxes · (HI «Mt (M) · F jT Snueaker over * «*»^UVOIVCI 1ST VI tory by Dun Uraham over Giee- . ] points »ere on ail escape, take- ley'» Nick Shepherd gave the; T»o Greeley wrestlers scoredldown and riding time. triumph. Lakewood Tigers a 24-B wrestling victor)' over the Wildcats Ss'.ur- day afternoon here. Graham. Lakeuood 138-pound- er, trailed Shepherd, 9-3, when ht reversed his Grecley adversary their third straight victories oil Uieefcy 112-pour.der Don Bauer the year. Sophomore 95-poufldsr Mike Kodgers pinned Lakewuod's John Otto in 3.44. And 127-pounder Frank Delgado defeated Dick Leopolds. 6-3. then pinned him In 1:W of the i Uopoldus i;ot the initial take- second period down then Delgado escaped and The five points fur the pui gaveltwk Leopuldus down to assume Packers Rally, Win 31-20 Over Frisco got his first victory of the year. 9-2 triumph over Steve Espinosa. Bauer scored two 2-oolnt near falls and one 3-point Dear lall. Don Miyoshi. Greeley 120-pound- er. made his varsity debut with a 5J) win over Lakewood's Jim Day. Other Grecley winners were Gary Wallace at 103 and John Brower at heavyweight. Brewer pinned Kirk Tracy in 1:53. while Wallace scored thret near falls Meyer Kramer Kling'bert Williams Gagon Fransen Cameron Larson Shoemaker Walker FL CD O F 0 0 Barajas 0 « O'Conner 0 1 Harrod 1 0 Nelf 2 IDehn : 3 Hodges 0 Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 C F 2 0 1 1 2 4 t I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS : Plagued by mistakes dow-n to the closing minutes of their final While Wh;tney Fintus lenBensel the Syracuse-L'CLA na-lHarringtun tionaliy t*leviied match was theiHagen only big college action, small col- Kelsey 0 game, the Syracuse Orangemen liege squads battled it out in four managed to end a frustrating! bowl games. 23 ! Tlie major DOM! rush starts Chtytnnt E«U 'lory. !,,,,( Saturday, with Oregon State l-tvtlwid A powerful, twisting sideline! paired against Villanova in thc iR run of 40 yards by John Mackey Liberty at Philadelphia and Mi- ' on a punt retui-n gave the Orangelami. Fla.. against Nebraska ini Sn ,.,i. a 12-7 triumph svcr IX'LA in Sat-jihe Gotham at Ntw York, urday's only major college game., Syracuie hamperei by 1 Bromley 1 Keotimin S Carlson : May 0 Ramirez 0 Woods 2 Massey Utah Skier's 'IjTourneyJump Sets Record 24 9 14 t II 11-SS 13 14 II l»--57 | ALTA, lUh iAP:-Ti.» I'rjw-r. 0 ity of Utah's Frith;..-; oi.-»e the Landes Memorial Kill jurru- ing record Sunday a iv uc:i tr.-.- __ Mackey's scoum; exploit gave C«ll*f* Fwl Luptwi 6 7 , u ISyracuse t $ 4 s-i»;~~ I I 7 1-31 a break-even record-- ·y JACK HAND AlMcM*4 PrMt SfWto Wrtttr Red Mickey almost upset Green Bay with a lonesome quarterback 30 opponent by edging Cleveland 17-13 with Ralph Gugliclmi at quarterback as a replacement for Y. A Tittle after th formtlion Sunday but the Pack-) Pittsburgh clinched a trs finally tolved the 49en' new ihe Playoff Bowl of offense and saved their one-game teams at Miami Jan. 6 by whip- lead ovtr Detroit in their fight ping Philadelphia 26-17 with the for a berth In the Dec. 3d chtmpi-jhelp of four field goals by Lou onihip game of the National Foot-j. Michaels whose season total of 24 ball League. The Packers, who were supposed to have the Western Conference all locked up a month ago. now must sweat it out through the last game of the regular stBMin to make sure they get a chance to defend their NFL title against the New York Giants. Green Bay his clinched lie for the Wehlern Conference Vince Lombardi's men adjustec In the second half and checked John Brodie'i passing while rally. ing for a 31-21 victory Brodie hit 13 of IS pauel for 168 yards in tin first half, throwing key passes to man-uvmotion Jim Johnson who lined up with Brodie bu irifttd out. leaving the quarter back alone to throw at a host o riceiven. Tom Moore. Paul Hornung's re placement, sparked the comeback with a 32-yard touchdown run and Jim Taylor scored hb 18th touchdown of the year, tying the league record, IV 49eri led 21-10 at the half and still were out front until Taylor KOrtd after almost 2 minutes of the final period. Hornung carried only four times. Detroit ilrctdy had hung up · 37-23 victory over Minnesota by intercepting five pastes ind recovering live Viking lumblcs. New- York tuned up for Us Dec KG Steer New Star set an NFL record. Richie Peitbon ran 101 with an intercepted pass, ·ard short of the record, in Chiago's 30-14 victory tarns. Charley Johnsnn ouchdou.ii passes and scored once n St. Louis' 52-20 .wed Dallas. Baltimore Washington 3441 in a game. In the American League. Houston (loaned 3S-17, Boston »had«d S 20-14 and Dallas edged Denver 1710 in Sunday action. Buffalo beat Nfw York 20-3 in game. e\ eland clmi at nent for period. aerth in jnner-up y whip- iith the by Lou tal of 24 1 yards iss. one in walloping Ben Beaty, 12-0. Greeley rolled a 17-0 lead before Lakewood scored. The Wildcats entertain Golden at 7:30 p.m. Friday then wrestle at Laramie at I p.m. Saturday. The results- 95. Mike Rodgtrs, G, pinned Jolm Otla. 3:44. 103. Gary Wallace, G. decision- ed Ben Beaty, 12-0. 112. Don Bauer, G, decisioned Steve Espinosa, 9-2. 120, Dot) Miyoshi, G decisioned Jim. 5-0. in Chi-i 127, Frank Delgado, G. Deci- \er the [sinned Dick Lcopoldus. 6-3. ew live red once I o! fare beat Saturday Football Oakland m Diego «nver 17 falo beat Saturday 133. Bill Menninger, L, decision- ed Bob Good, 10-6. 158. Don Graham. L, pinned Nick Shepherd. 3:08. 145. Carlos Pierce, L, decision- ed Rick Nolan, 7-0. 154, Bill Plckenbrock, L, pinned Fred Frederick, 1:20. 165. Fred Lightaer, L, decision- ed Bill Uhman, 11-4. 180. Mike Winters, L, won by forfeit. Hvy. John Brewer, G, pinned Kirk'Tracv. 1.53. W « ^^B^. A n r A A I In CH in) ft«Mvth (W) C F G F Meyer 0 0 D. Wiest 1 0 Kramer 1 0 Gonzales 1 0 Kling'berg 0 0 L Wiest 5 0 Williams 1 0 Nelson 1 2 Fransen 1 1 Elsbtrry 2 1 Cameron 2 2 Stroh 0 1 Mosbo 0 2 Martinez 3 0 Larson 0 3 Vllmann 1 1 Shoemaker 0 1 Schesser 2 0 Walker 2 0 Wales 1 1 Binder 0 0 7 9 17 6 Ctlltf* Hifh 11 4 4 5-J) RMttvtrt . » 13 11-41 Basketball Scores ·r THE ASSOCIATED PRESS C»lbf« Bttktfall Rnulta CAST Kentucky 56. Temple 52 St. Bonaventure 75. Ohio U. M NYU 104, Toronto 57 Niagara 79, LaSalte 76 Rhode Island 74, Fordham 71 Miami (Fla.' 82, Providence 75 St. Joseph's. Pa. 75. Albright 61 Csnisius 87. Xavier. Ohio 83 all fall, rolled to an early touchdown at Los Angeles Memorial jColiseum but fell behind 7-6 and thad a devilish time trying to jcatch up. The alert L'clans. outweighed a dozen pounds p^r man. blunted later Orange drives by recovering three fumbles and intercepting two passes. Syracuse's final Am came with The College Junior High A and|5 minutes, 4 seconds lo go and basketball teams Saturday split I Mac-key cashed it in Taking Tom heir games with Roosevelt Jun- Bennett's punt from the UCLA College Junior ·ligh, Roosevelt plit Twin Bill Vaughn Neumann Belau Lauck G#ttman Taggo Mekelberg (41 )S. Un» G F 3 0 Wright 0 3 Jarrell 4 1 Ixirenz 4 1 Smith 1 0 Mikkel 0 2 Hamilton 1 0 Elm 4 0 (») Nord-A'p ski jumping I [at Alta Prydz. who hails from Vrv.. broke the record t\vice with a 1 G f foot effort on his first jump ar.d 4 7 then smashed it with j IW-IK-. 1 0 leap on his second jump Tht h.l! 1 4irecord was held by Denver 1'n:- 1 31 verity's Chris Selbeck when he 0 lljumped 191 feet t\io years a^'j. 3 'A I-ast week Prydz won the Landcs ' "memorial jumping tournament uii the same hill with jumps of ISO - -iaiiu i54 i 10 17 | Jolm Cress of Jackson. Wyo. 5 *--" | was second with 179 foot and 184- 4 "-"Ifool efforts. : Bill Spencer of Salt Lais City --. , ...j . j won the cross-country tour»ament bionrs trom Mtawesr , when k . ^.^ Cres - s and j larvin 17 F*rl M*rj«i ri4*fl Un»n 13 n n t High. here. The Roosevelt Junior Hiijh fl- eam came irorr behind in the second half lo defeat the College iunior High team. 20-14. The College Junior High A- earn defeated Roosevelt, 47-18. a 12-2 first period leal ;huc!i Dollar got 17 points for College Junior High. Top scorer in the B-game was' G. Lebsack of Roosevelt with nine points while Chris Landry opped College Junior High with eight. NHL ·y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .etter of Intention Scoring ly THI AIIOCIATID PRISS Th* American Baskclba! Lcagut li hilling « new Korin record-holder - Bill Bridges Kansas Cily. The Steer .lar set a one gam mark Sunday, pouring in 55 point i Kansas City whipped the Oak land Oaks 125-103. Connecting on 21 of 33 field gon triet--eight in a row at on stretch--ond adding 13 of la Ire throwi. the lormer Kansas ac eclipsed Ihc previous ABL high i M set by Pittsburgh's Conni Hawkins last season. The triumph enahled the Steer In slay Just one giimc back of Long Beach's front-running Chiefs KANSAS CITY (AP!-Tlie Big ght and Southwest Conferences ve agreed on an inter-confer- leltcr of intent for high hool football players which ould become a blueprint for simi- agreements over Oie nation. The agreement, designed lo con- ol the heated, expensive recruit- g race, is the first of its kind nd was the chiel new rule to ome oul of the annual quarterly meeting of Big Eight faculty men. thletic directors and presidents ended Saturday. Conference oflicials alw ap- roved many other rules changes most of them minor Here are some of the noteworthy changes: 1. In case of x championship lie in basketball or baseball, the NCAA otirnament representative will be Wermined by i playoff, unless *nc of the co-champs defeats the oilier in a majority of their leagu ;an»s. L'ndcr the old rule. Hi ISMIO was decided by draw. 2. The football hardship rule was extended to basketball anx baseball. Now a player won't lose an entire year eligibility if he is injured in the (irst tliree games or in his first game during the rst half of the season, and i unable to play again. 3 Tliree new events were es- ablisbed in outdoor track in move to help the United States in international competition. Th Outdoor Tips Store Ntti Right Plain old newspaper will kec ,'our frame nets or minnow tein 'rom rolling this winter Inslca if bunching it and tossing in »oritcr of the cellar, carefully bu loosely wrap it in old newspaper. Paper keeps drawing off moisture and mildew never has a chance changes will remain after the 1964 Olympics. The hop, step and jum *as added, the 2-mile changed he 3-mile and the 220-yard lo mrdles tbanficd to the 330-yar ntermediate hurdles. Faculty men and president discussed candidates for a replacement for Reaves Peters, executive secretary, who retires June who nipped Pittsburgh 109-107 in a Sundny'i only other ABL game. I to attack net fibers. Urady MrCollum's basket in the M»u»« Tr«p Flih last minute was th« clincher as: I/mg Beach snapped · three-gnme 1 losing siring. In Saturday's game-', Kansas Cily whipped Chicago 1I4-9K. Piltshiirgh defrnled Ix)iig Htnch I11-10S and Philadelphia cdficd Oakland 101-9B Tonight's kdicdulc has Pittsburgh at Oakland and Chicago nt K»n»»» City. Mount your mouse trap on a plank and spring will hold the tall of fish while you scale them. No place for a mouse to be though. Freitn Milk Yellowstone Elk Herd Reduction Brings Protest DUB01S. Wyn. l A I ' i - Opposition to the Naliniwl Park Service plan to slHhit more elk in Yellow slonc National Park Mils winter has been voiced by the Wyoming Outfitters Association. The nrgnniinlion nf big game hunting guides favors live imp ping of surplus elk in llic p.'irk and transplanting them in other parts of Wyoming lo hoMei game y)lv , m fm herds. Bill l*a«e« of C-orn. one nf the director*, said The Park Service kilii-d nearly .VOW elk in Yellowstone Park l:iM winter lo reduce tlie norlliern Lamar Hiver herd to prevent -.ivri-j Ria/inii. A reduction plarij is proposed lhl year j The oulfitlcis elected Dick Til-l lermrfl. Dubois. pn-videnl: Ted Hale. Aflon. vlc« president; .loc Dllttnuire. Pita, secretary Here's an idea lhal saves space jhy making milk do double duly. r reeze quarts of milk betore pong camping and they keep btil-i er nnd cgiis fresh lor several 1 d;iys. When milk Iliaws. drink II. lomngeni'zcd variety loses litlle lavor in freezing. KaHlth Ven you grrkalclicn dcr c.-it- [iili and Ven dey ccr slicken in tier finger - OlTH nt'MKOFK! ^ITV der fisliermen's pliers and -i- spine 1 ; rjer ?nippeti nff Iv California Stnktrs Surf fHhermen aloni; Ihe rocky Ciilifiirnln roast use small squares n( ehofserlnth filled willi sand or gravel .n sinkers If snncgcd ill clolh rips, [wing II iiifi e\prnsive hooks nncl swivels Hydrtllc Gun CUmlng riiWcr svringe filled will 30, al 70. No action is likely be:ore the next meeting, which starts Feb. 28. Some conference officials want lo change the title to commissioner and give him investigative and enforcement powers in recruiting. Academic requirements for athletes and proposals lo limit scholarships also were discussed al length, with no rules changes made. Hie SWC and Big Eight agreed on the last Tuesdiy before Feb. 15 each year as the earliest signing date each year. This makes Feb. 12. I1W3. as the first date. After that, any athlete who signs, then jumps to any of the other 15 schools in both leagues will lose o venr of competition. The agreement also set a 72- hour period prior to the signing date during which no prospective alhlcic could visit any campus. This is designed lo stop the practice of hiding a Ixiy at signing time. Similar agreements involving almost all major conferences could -ome nt llic annual N'CAA conven- Yale 47. Holy Cross Penn Stale 67. Syracuse 54 MIDWEST Cincinnati 86. Goerge Wash. 59 Ohio State 76. West Virginia 69 Wichita 79. Purdue 59 Michigan State 81. Kansas 62 St. Louis 59. Kansas State 57 Iowa State 63, Indiana 55 Dayton 79. Eastern Kentucky 61 Oklahoma M. St. John's tN.V.l 65 Arkansas 70, Missouri 61 .Bardley 87. Butler 81 DcPaul 92, Aquinas 72 Detroit 97. Christian Brothers M Notre Uame 102. Valparaiso 90 Villanova 73, Toledo 61 Wisconsin 73. Texas Western 5 Miami (Ohio) 67, Marshall 48 Nebraska 43, Air Force 39 Drake 97, W. Tex. State 54 SOUTH Duke 92. Maryland 56 North Carolina 75, South Carol na 65 Miss. St. 79, Northeast La. 56 Texas »l. Tulane 7Z Wake Forest 66. N'. Carolina St Chicago Detroit .... Toronto . Montreal New York . Boston W. L. T. Ph. GF GA end zone on the Bruin 40. the big balfback bulled and threaded his way to the deciding score. In the Camellia Bowl at Sacramento, Calif. Central Oklahoma State won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics title by beating Lenoir Rhyne 23-13. Terry Eberly and two-time Lit- ]tle Ail-America fullback Joe la- cone powered West Chester State over Hofstra 46-12 in the Cement Bowl at Allentown. Pa. Jackson, Miss.. State upendei Florida AM. the nation's No. small college team, 22-6 in the 30th Orange Blossom Classic Miami. Carl Meyers and Pul Blazevic collaborated on an 80-yard scor IJVRAMIE. Wyo. i.\P'-- Nine of|Melville, a lormer dowahili and the 16 players on the Wyoming! s| al°m skier on the L'.S. Olympic lasketbail team are from Big Teni team - erritory. Four are from lowa.i tliree from Indiana and two from lluuis. Four of the "visitors" eet-5- They are Al Easlland ofi^^ Molint. 111., Fred Collins of DCS' nes. Iowa, Sieve Frcnchik of Whiting, Ind.. and Dick Bowers of Manning, Iowa. Cwn.ll will rtturn t» football schedule next year. They are 6- last met in 1959, 33 73 31 M 55 29 79 70 . 6 28 71 . 4 20 76 7 13 67 101 ing pass on the first play from scrimmage, triggering a 34-21 victory lor the University of Omaha over East Central of Oklahoma in the All Spoils Bowl at Oklahoma City. BOSTON (API--Boston University lost its first five games be- lore hitting the victor)' column. However, in six games the Terriers showed a great pass defense. They permitted only 17 completions in 57 attempts. Four of their setbacks were by seven points or less. 58 Saturday's Rttulti Montreal 2, Detroit 1 Chicago 1. Toronto 1 die' New York 3. Boston 3 itic) Sunday's Rtiutts Chicago 2, Montreal 1 Detroit 4, Toronto 3 Boston 4, New York 2 N games scheduled today GIFTS For Tht Sportsman S A R G E N T SHOP 1015 8th Avt. Ph. 3534M7 Auburn 65, Florida State 47 ; Alabama 71. S. Miss. 52 Florida 71, Texas Tech 69 !ot) Louisiana St. 90. Rice 82 Clcmson 93. George 73 Louisiana Tech 81. Mississippi 731 Virginia Tech 77, W t M 71 loll SOUTHWEST Ariz. St. 83, Pcpperdinc 71 Houston 70. Baylor 63 Arizona 63. Arizona St. 60 Colo. St. «i. UCLA 65 iot S. Cal 78, Hawaii 59 Okla. City 70. Brigham Young 61 Cal. 62, San Francisco 57 Oregon Si 57, Wash. « Colo. 69. Northwestern 64 Wyoming W, N. Dakota St. 77 ion starling Jan. 6 in los Ange-i hc members of Sportt Briefs W E I K K N D IPOKTS IN IKIIF ·y THt tDOCIATED HISS 10 Strokes or Lets NEW YOKK i API--The Senior Amateur golf championship of the I U. S. 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