Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 3, 1961 · Page 15
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First Round Is Set For Prep Football Playoffs DENVER (AP) - Lakewood's, defending slate class AM champions and undefeated Pueblo Central could clinch places in the state playoffs by victories t h i s ern Peak* B Gl'nnison Valley at Northwestern No. 1 - CUu B Nov. 11 - Arkansas B at South- weekend. So could Longmont if Aurora should lose to Sterling, or be held ID a tie, in their game tonight, East Denver already has sewed up one of the five class AAA playoff spots with a 14-Z triumph over Thomas Jefferson of Denver last week. East is unbeaten in the Denver League. . ·. The Adams-Arapahoe League place in the championship playoffs will be decided Nov. 11 when Cherry Creek clashes With Lillle- lon. Lakewood. wilt play Jefferson County Saturday in a league game. The Pueblo Central Wild- cots, voted the Ko. i stale high school eleven in The Denver Post poll, will tangle- with Pueblo East in a key Soulh Central Loagu6 'game tonight. Longmont, idle this weekend,-is sure '.of a' tie for tha Northcrrt League crown even if Aurora defeats Sterling. The AAA playoffs open Nov. If with the Jefferson County and Adarns - Arapahoe champions matched. The winner will play East Denver in one semi-final game with the Northern and Soulh Central title winners battling in the other contest, either Nov. 23 or 25. The championship game will be played Dec. 2, at either the South Central champion's field or in the Denver area. -The semi-final games will be at the home fields of the North crn champion and either Jefferson County or Adams'Arapahoe The first-round schedule for other playoffs: Clait AA Nov. 18 -- Pikes Peak at South ern Metropolitan vs. Southwestern CI»M A Nov. 11 -- Northeast No. 2 a. Southern Peaks Metropolitan A at Northeastern No 1 'Northwestern No. 1 at Tri-Val ley. Sin Juan at winner of Mountain viska-Coiorado River, Eastern at.North Central Poudre Valley at Gore-Yamp* la the 'class C eight-man play- CLASSIC MAJORS Tne scores: Classic Lanes 2 ber Conocti 11 Bowlorado Lanes Dfiflwood 0; McArthur.'Wneel- 2, Campus' Pharmacy i I Top learn series: Classic Lanes 8662. -,, Top individual series: Bob Arn- recht 650; Glenn Robeits 576! ud Golden 571.. ,Top team gam*: McArthur- heeler 9M. . . . Top individual games: Bob Arn Sports States LONDON (AP) - The Jnterna llonal Yacht Racing Union reject cd a bid by Japah Thursday tha would have Included -snipe class yachts in.the 1964 Olympic gamei in Tokyo. --.; LONDON (AP)--Trainer ' Jac "flosden. said Thursday Higr Perch, only British entry in Ih International race Nov. 11- Laurel, Md., libs developed cough and will not run. 'The horse Was lo have left id America by air next Monday. THI MOST TAIKID ABOUT S K t , , , OH EVTKT Aon... t M THC WOltD, at THE SKI SHOP of (he JONES SPOTTING HOODS offs this weekend kit Carson Is at Flagier, Simla at Swinl;, Westdtffe-Stf a»burg · »t Aurora and Grower at WtMona. 'La-Veta »nd Saguache clashed today lo decide the Southern teaks C representative. Drawing byes were Peetx, defending cham- p'kw; Otis and Silt. OWLING I SCORES | Jake Meyer 208; Albert Tatcyama 203. · CHURCH LEAGUE Scores: Eaton Lutheraii 2, First ' recht 247-243 1 , C. Mayer /hitey Thbmpsort 230. t COLUMBINE y . rb BARNESVILLE MIXED The · scores: Unstrickables hallengers 0; Pin Poppers 3, Guter Runners 1; King Pins 1, .Chip ivinks 3; Flintstones 3, Pin Heads Ladies top individual series! )oris Bunting 385] Helen Wolfe 380; Marion Peppier 377i Top individual game: Helen Wolfe 150-140; Marlon Peppier 139 Top team series: Pin Poppert 621, Top individual (erles: Larry ,Ii|ler 487; Vic Wolf* 4«|. Ale* ttffnef «3. Top team game: Pin Poppers J53.' Top individual games: Alex Hotfner 176; Lafry Miller 172! Vii Volte 170. AULT MEN'S , : The scores: Farrriefs National jank 0, Ault Grain It Bean'Elev Co. 4; Ault' Garnbles 4,.Ault Llq- uof 0; Pinks Coftoco : 0, Carter Sookkeeping 4; Burman Clothing Manweiler Welding I j Daniel- soil Equipment S, Ault VFW lj Ault Lions 1, Miller Spraying 3j Trucking 0, Widmaier 1 2; ; '00r ; Savior's . 1 0, Christian No. i 4; Salon uBaptlsl No. 2 0, Eaton Bap- ist No. 1 4| First United Presby- .erian 0, Trinity Episcopal 4; Im rnanuel Lutheran 1 No. 4 i, Chris Ian No. J, 1; IrnrAaniWl Lutheran «.' 1 -2Hi First Method!*! first' Baptist 1, La Safe Baptist 3; Trinity Lutheran 3, Our Sat tor's Luth. No. 1 1. .High team series: Trinity Luth ·fart 2462, High Individual series: Ray Anderson 5S3; Keith Samuel son Ui Jo* Shuler S48. "High team game: Trinity Lutheran 912. High individual gam*:. Marvin Gerineroth 229; Harold Goldsmith Joe Shuler 22J. The Boloney Photographic Experiments By Paul Moloney There is an old saying, "A go«d photograph is -Worth a tlibusarid! words." And in today's newspaper profession; there Is a concentrated effort to present good : photo- fapfts, · . - . · · : · : ' . Aiding the achieve rrtent of good photographs »'re tli*' advahcts in ihotographlc equipment. The bas- c Inndvaltoiis art the 35 mm sin- ;lc lense reflex cameras and new ligh speed 'films. '. WBT UMliy ytark uw Mwt p(wtogr*ph*ri tiking pktvrM wiHi th* kutVy pnti c«m*r«. Wirhln rh« at» fiv* y«wi, GrMley Tribun* pheto^- rph*rs m»v»l kw«y frtrri th« Mj frnt camtrki to tmafler taWI«r*i -- waukee Journal and other metropolitan newspapers, many of tire utlori'a smaller newspapers are experimenting in efforts lo present 16 the public good . photo- grfcphs. .- The pt'iii'HM y xp4rmwnf$ we being meek In the in* tf J5 mm. Here we. print two of tne more satisfactory results In tecenl experiments. The picture of JoAnn McKay, Greclcy. High's 1561 Homecoming queen, was taken in available light at night on Kodak Tri-X film. We used a 35'mitt Miranda single lense camera 'With a i35 W.5 telc- phpto lense. The'fllrri was,exposed at f/3.5 at 1/l25th of a second lor the GHS lighting and developed The smaller cameras are more|ih Acufine- developer at- 70 de- versatile. A variety of norrhal, lelepholo and wide angle lenses are available for S3 mrrt and some 35 mm. And- cameras, like the paceselling Mil own camera settings and deter mine his own developing time. grees fot 9U rnlrtutos. Howe; t. Hie light available de- I or mines the technical. data, one anyone .interested in shooting available light must calculate his Wt hv»- .|M-*c*il«d Trl-X In Acyfino. at 15 dtgreH ·nd (·r a mlnti4*, Mid^w* j*l rHjatlvtl. Keh lilklda took I ho ether phd ogi-aph, using R Hasselblad MX- single lense reflex Camera and a 150 mm lense, He provided the light for the night action with a Megolurne 100-watl -seconds electronic flash with a JO-degree spot light. flash head Thli eaKtrttrahtd rh* light 6n MI «··* Wtw**n 70 'MM! IN f**t frviti nS« carntra/ jmd .en«bl*d Km t» un « l/2Mth thvtl*r i***l *nd an 1/11 iperivr*. Hlkida used Kodak Tri-X film and developed in Acufine devel oper for 10 minutes. The aim of each of the experi melils was to capture football EC lion farther onto the field, whicl is more varied and dramatic thai sideline action. . · .. ; . Bobcats Beat McCormick on \ . Stevens'Runs . CHEYENNE - The running of (tennis Stevens guided the Heath- Meeker BobcaU to a il-« victory over McCormlck Junior High School of Cheyenne Thursday Chevrolet 4; Weller Luhiber Co. A, Farr Company V4. Top team series: Widniaier Chevrolet. 45J6.'' "; '; "iap individual series: Ed John son 569; . \Mllard Schnell 5*3; Shorty Kinoshita t. :Top. learn game: Widmaier Chevrolet ; 441. . · . Top individual games: Shorty Kinoshita art, .Ed Johnson J" Sport* Briefs »y tHi AiiociAt ID mitt - Skow. SAtfjOSE, e!iJ.- '35?. ud JoSoM U". S«« live SUU , ibc* "Mer-pM «7'» »nd to*"* Sl««I 1* U»/HmM*n era Golf it let., litti Hr J} - - - .ntt AraW - - . four FtwlaM in B* "ft"*! ur-dis (iunuUoMl (U lour w . Ihe Natioo«l. ~ NEW YORK-'-- ilktlcw agreed to pa: No Upsets Seen In Skyline Action 6y THE' ASSOCIATED PRESS The size of Ihe scores U about all that appears in doubt for the two, Skyline Conference foolball games Saturday.' Unbeaten Utah Slate, leading the nation in total of fens*'and lilnjj defense statistics, unwinds .awesome power -at' ProVb gainst BrJghani Ybungl. Viclori- us 6h!y once In six games. Utah, 'edged ohly by Wisconsin and Wyorhin^, visits 'Afbuquenllie o regain lls winning ways at Ihe xpense 'of New. Mexico. Although rnproved, lh« Lbbos (i;S) appear 4 lack the manpowei 1 16 stay with he Utes -for four quarters'. ' ' Undefeated Wyoming, tied : by Utah Slat* and Kansas, ie*ks in erseclional pTtstigt 'Ml a trip-to 'ucson to play independent 'Arizona.-The Cowboys k»!c for. vic- ory to.enhahce'their 1 chartcei for an invitation'to a post-ee«iorl bowl. WinlesS Coloifado Statt^nivef- lily has a non-conference match at Denver against Air Force, also down on il] luck with a 1-5 record. Montana (24), finished .with its conference season, hai an open date before playing Montana State at Bowman Nov. 11. Although ArlKna-Wyoming U a non-league match, the game represents a preview of the competi- ion in the new Western Conference that'll begin operation! in 1963. Arizona and Wyoming are 'minding members. · CSU's sturdy defense i« rated the difference that may giv* the Aggies their first victory in eight starts. Au- Force, plagued by offensive inconsistencies, .dropped a 51-S decision to New Mexico last Saturday. , · . ' . e.ntxt ft* BOXlk* - Bril * UaUed St»U* .t*«ni ^ AAU rtlir.»km, 1M. IjOVDON -- Britain'* amaEeur u« beat «» V*iUA SUlu ,,.,_ in fte' Indian Summt -une a. Laorcl race cwjrae. cmCMSO-Liftttntt (H.1CI brtl .-- .IOCM by .DOM .la Urt Wlirfy Ci WT« jrmJur Win (M2.60) and Mta G«ma OM1) curt »d for t! SJUf BBUNO, UK ' by 11 Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«*» IB NICHT AVAILABLE LIGHT - MlsS jfo'Antt ; McKay presents an awid facial expression when she was named (Sreeley High's Homecoming .queen recently.-.The photograph was taken by Paul Makney, using available light rather' than a; flash attachment. Technical data:' Mlranda'35 mni single, lense camera with 135 hWi f/3.5 iense; Kodak fri-X filni fcxpftsed' at f/3.5 and I/lHth of a second;' developer Acuftne at 70 degrees for S'A minute*. Bfb r. J »7.10 l««l«r«* Bowl Hopes Hinge On Skyline Tilts JFK Stumping By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS After last week's big' ohe between Utah and Wyoming, the football games this Saturday In the Skyline 'Conference »eem inconsequential but post-season bowl hopefc hinge on the outcome for some teams. Utah State's unbeaten but tied Farmers play · Brigh«m Young (1-1) at Provn and UUh S-1) neela New Mexico (0-t) at AI- xiquerque in the only conference TURKEY and HAM SHOOT At Island Grove Park SUNDAY, NOV. 5, 9 a.m. SUNDAY. NOV 19 One Irmp for inexperienced shooters. FREE .COFFEE AND DONUTS GREELEY TRAP CLUB FOOTBALL PICTURES COLORADO UNIVERSITY vs. MISSOURI Siriay, Nov. 5,4 p.m. PUBMC INVITED Greeley Country Club Sponsored by Colo. UnifertHy 'Ahim'sl y Kansas and Utah Stale, goes mieide the league to play Arho- a at Tucson. The Cowboys and Utah State are ·eported lo be among teams un- ler consideration fot post-sea«oa »Wl games. At.this stage either rould be a prime candidate but i loss this weekend would ser xisly crimp bowl hopes. Despite its 13-6 loss to Wyoming, ie Utes rate a strong favorite to conquer New Mexico. *ar to lack the consistency and twice-beaten Redskins. Colorado Slate Ufllvertity, beaten in all seven games this season trie) to break the loss skein at Denver in a m«tch with Afc Force Academy, which has been vk- o f ' H * dx here. · · Stevens icortd two touchdowns in klckoff retuna, thus setting a urtlor high school record. In the last four games Stevens scored Ive touchdowns on ktekoff re- ,ums. His runs ThuMday were-for » nnd 87 yards, enabling rtealh- Meeker to score Hi fifth win against one defeat for the season, the Bobcats completed "their sea son. The game was'harassed by chilly winds. McCormlck -Kortd first, Ken Johnson, who bolted tbt yircU for the touchdown, Intercepted »n Ernie Herrtahdei'pass and retorted it M yards 'to' Qfee1ey'» : 30-yard line. A 16-yard ptnalty mbyed Mo- ormiek into scoring position. '· . Stevens ran lh« ktckoff back-for lho ; deadrOcVlng lolichdWtt. H« Was helped by a beautiful (eke from Hernandez and three 'kej blocks along the sideline. Stevens made hii second runback to Open the third p«flod, MeCwfnfck . · ! » - . H*am-M**kr ( I « 1--11 McCormick: icorlng -- TD: Ken Johnson !,.*, off tackle). Heath-Meeker scoring -- TDs: Dennis Stevens 2 (I, 90, kkkoff; III, 87, klckoff Mturri). .. . i -. Von Gldy To Sub For Lavorante in Saturday's Fight tt)S ANGfiLfiS (KP\ -. Llghl heavyweight Von Clay of Philadelphia was "sighed Thursday as a substitute for AlejaHdra' LaVor- ante and will fight Billy Hunter of Detroit In a nationally tele- sed-match Satilfday night, avofi'nle, 2S-yea'Nld Argehtlnc avywelght title hope, bowtd out the bout after suffering i bad- cut lip in a training accident ednesday night, Manager Pinky George uld La rante and his tparrlng ptrtnef, dle Jacknn, bumped htadl ivorante came up with a split IV'.UH* nfbM ttink kttfchtt. The Huhter-Clay natch wtil go u tbfc ; weekly TV ittraction ABO at 7 p.m. PSTj Satur day, : Boston Topples Montreal by 5-2 ·y THK ASSOCIATID MIM- Boston's r o e k I *-dottfa*t*J Bruins, National Hockey LMfitt uatilei In the early w**k» «t th« season, are suddenly mtklft themMrves felt. The Bruins, who failed t* win and managed only «n» U* ia th*ir ilfst eight games, btocktd *rt eague-1 e a d 1 n g Montreal 1-1 Thunday night.. It was the second rtralfbt t»M :or the mighty. Catudku, who didn't lose in (Stir flrtt eiftt. ., USE THE TRIBUNI WANT AM Auth.rli.J Dttltf f.r HMHlSUt S H O P 1011 tth AV*. (L SHOOT TRAP 4 Mlltt Eail of Pla««v«l« 1 IM. SUNDAY NOV. S Tirkeys ami Ham SPOTLWHT FLASH -- Peak action'is shiwn . in this photograph of Aurora's Len Acklund (30) in r, recent game against Greeley lifgh School. The photograph was taken by Ken Hikida, using a spotlight type flash unit. Technical data: Has-' selblad 2^x2V camera with 154 mm tens*; Kodak Ttt-X (ilrrt eiposed at f/ll and l/250th 6 a Second; Megalurn* lOO-'watt e^olxh flash with a 86. degree' head; dtvelopejf Acufln* at 70 degrees for 10 minutes. , ' · · To Affect Football Ratings LANSING, Mk*. (AP) - "As long as Southern schools %on't schedule teams With Negro foot- jail players, you'll never know who is No. 1," said Michigan State Athletic Director Biggie Munn. Munn spoke in answer' to a Complaint from a student spokes- feud Gels Vole Wyoming, undefeated but tied man for Mississippi that "Ole Mlfcs"'should be rated as the No. 1 team in The Associated Press poll. MSU is taps and Mississippi second In the current rating. Both teams risk then- standings Saturday-Michigan State against Minnesota and Mississippi against SUte Universily. Jirnmie Robertson, editor of the Misslssipean, student newspaper at Oxford, Miss.', wrote.to the student newspaper protest· :oach Bud Wilkinson got a vote f confidence, from th« school's Board of Regents Thursday. The regent*, at'their'monthly Meeting, voted to aend Wilkiruon letter congratulating him on hit occhlng job this year, despite -e Sooners' hns of all five games lis season. The regents ordered that the etter indicate Wilkinson is doing . The tapn-tdklaW* Lobac »p- ing Ole Mis*' No. 2 rating and the "archaic thinking" on race lepfh in manpower to match the relations which prevents the two ttridus in only games. .. UUh Stale, possessing bnpr«- (used rive' offensive and MMIivt «U- school tktks, ratts a heavy favorite over Brigham Young. The Cougars had learns from playing each other. He uid Mississippi would like to meet Michigan State but cannot "because we can't play any wuins who h*ve Negro playeri." "If you can't meet th«m, you can't btat them," said Munn. Michigan State has always re to compete against any that will 'not acc*pt Negro athletes, Munn said. 'We' wiil send our athletes weekend after a thrashing by Wy U deliver one of lh«ir season's te »dv«Ug« of an opea date last against.*ny school. But it has to b« refwdlcM ef race, creed or omimg. They can be counted on color, Michigan State always bas refused to'compete with anyone best perfonrumcs against the who would not accept all our ath- totra-state rival. letM-and this go« for homing or ealing or transportation or any : ootball Causes 37 Deaths in U.S. So Far This Year tOS ANOELES (AP) - Then NORMAN, Okla. (AP - .Uni- havo been 37 fatal injuries thl ersity of Oklahoma I o a I b a H season thai can be (raced to fool 'all. Nineteen were directly rela ed, II Indirectly, says Dr. Floyi Eastwood Of Loi Angeles State College'. Dr. Eastwood Is chairman o lit fatality survey committee o the American 1 Football Codches 'perhaps the best caching career." job his ·louston Group To Pay American Assn. $200,000 NEW YORK (AP) -- The Hou ton Sports Attocialion agreed Thursday to pay the American As- oclallon 1900,000 in return for Ink ng over Its territory for a Na- ional League fraachl*e next sea- pre-practke Mason physical e The agreement wit reached aft er a seven-man board of arbltra- kxi had met with the American Auoclallon and the executive] ol trie-new Houston Colti. .Memben of the. board were B a s e b a l l Commlitioner Fort Frick; Presldenti Warren Oilei of the N a t i o n a l League, Georg Trwtman of the minor league: and Jim Burris o the Amerlcar Association; Craig Cullinan of Association. His annual mtd-seaion repori ssued Thursday night, icld the nadequate pre-Mason physical ex aminationi, eipecially in the are of the heart; were partly to blame or the marked Increase in deaths For the same period last yea here were only 15 fatalities, 1 direct ind three indirect. Dr. Eastwood said there cause for added concern becaus of tha Increase from one to 12 I ndlrect deaths among high schoo athletes. "The committee's findings ind cate that many of this numbe may be attributable to inadequa animations, especially of U Mart," said Dr. Eastwood. Of UK total reported so far th season, five deaths havr occurrec in undtat or iinsupervised pla; two in semi-profesiional play; in high Khool; five in college, an twe among official*. Fight» By THI AttOCIATiD PRiU Philadelphia -- Carlos Herna UM THI TRliONI WANT AOSJthing else," Munn declared. »f New York. Houston, Ray Johnston of Dallas- fcz. 135, Caracas, Venezuela, ou Ft. 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