Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1962 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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CU Seen Repeating "**-* GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 1SH Big 8 Chai ·f m VAN VAUCUMUM ***** frMf tf** Wrifcr Colorado'* defend** champs rule u title hvorik* in a Bif Eifht Conference basketball ract tint could htcome the lighted. modly lively la yevi, ipictd by two new cMdhes who teach the ruo-run (sine. Sox WalMth hat the heifbt. n wrieuct and ihootinj ikill to Uk* t all H Colorado, but the Buf. f«Joei will have to battle all the w«y. Kaotas State Is considered the best at the challenged, despfce a ilow Mart. Tex Winter probably will have the Wildcats ready whea die conference iclwdule ttartt Jan. 5. Iowa State is the ckwesl hing to a dark boot, alter two 4ey injuries removed Missouri Tom this spot. Henry tba at Oklahoma State and Dick Harp of Kansas have talent on hand, but mod of it is green. Both clubt will be troublesome in the late itages. Iba'i club knocked K-State out of a co- cluunpionship latt year. Nebraska Is a Mcood divulon club but hat the talent to play spoiler. Last-- but far from Itait-- there ii Oklahoma. Win or lose, the Booners may be the most talke f, · i i ni ·oionty B*i L its of Sports By PIN! Moloncy A Wter: Tht Sportsmanship CommH* In ·» Grwlty Hlfh wwM IDtt tt remind tht tivjnianpli that thtlr ctntVKt MM 4 p*rtom*n. ihip during kailiitkall |amn and wmtlhii mtvh ah* havt a ttlrinj tn wht will ractlvt tht Sptrttmanih^ Trtfhy. The evaluation given lo tac ichool Is divided into four port*. This consists of Ihe student body, the pep club, pep band and cheerleader!, Ihe team and coach, and Longmonl received the trophy last year, and so wo are trying to put it back Into our trophy case with traditional Greeley support and sportwuuuhip. /s' Bob Larson. Spor'smsnshlp Chairman. * t · Ru4y Markh, Grttlty iptrti offklil, will havt a kuiy wttk- ·id Dtc. M-J1. Markh, wht tf- Ikiittd thi NCAA ehimptashlp |amt Itit »prinf, will tfflclatt tht Sufi Kwvl bat* kttfaall tturnaintnt Dtc. W.JI at El Paw, Tt». Ht will Ihtn twitch unHtrrm tt tWclttt tht Sun Bowl football f ami btwtttn Wtit Ttiat SI»tt-Ohlt Unlvtr- lity, Dtc. 11. The performance ol the Colorado State College basketball team In an 83-7S v'ctory over New Mexico Western Impressed Coach Jnlm Dunn. It is nppnrent that two newcomers 1" the Item. Tnm Mims snd Tom Hawkins, h»vc fortified the altick Kilhfr or both could »ork Into the Martini; llni-up soon. Tht disappointing factor was tht small atttndanct at Iht gamt, but with Chriitmai vacation In prafrtsi ftw stvdtnts trr lift In Grttlty tt stt tht gamt. About IN ptrstnt saw tht conttst. It Is certain no* that Ihe North cm Conference champion will not p,o through the campaign unbeal rn. AfttT InM Friday night's up sets, it now looks like three losses or the champ i« a pretty goo( RUCSK, may l« even a bit ninscrv Hlive. Top Mfdcd Aurora and Circle; mill lost hut Friday, Aurora M M in an nvertinw to Longman aiiil Greeley 54-50 to Englcwmx Aurora, Grttlty, Bouldtr, Fort Coilini, Longmtnt and En- gliwood al' havt tyii on thi championship. Loviland, Fort Morgan and Stirling will tx looking for tht upwlj that knock thi contindtri out of thi nning. GrrfU-y will entertain Arvadn Abraham Lincoln n( Denver. For Collins, Fort Mnrgrn. tfrnvc South. Sldnev ' N ' b 1 mid Whpa Hidgr in llx 1 hi GiTrley In wrosllin;; loiirnnmen lior '22 Thi first session of th« day. . HI L · 1 long TOuriiAmfiiu will c?gin tit f «.m., thi iicond at 1:30 p.m. and Iht championship mutchti it 8 p.m. · · * npionshipr ·bout club in the defenM-MinM I )i| Eithl. Bob Stevens, coach of the year n the Atlantic Cu»t Conference d * South Caroliaa last season, c »«»'t have champiuttihip talent' * *« the fO-fonotn will be a il wwd pleaw. t Bob Vanatta. a well- known c ·oachiaj veteran, returns u» his wmetown ol Columbia, Mo., as ' ri**r head man. Already he has ' lott two good rebounders 6-[oot-7 toward Garrett and « Dennis * Irowne. for the season. But Mu s ou is bound to be improved over last season. t Here is the rundown: Colorado - The Buffs have a s opnotch veteran front line with Cen Charting and Milt Mueller, t KU) M. and Jim Davis. 6-8 Charhon was So. 2 conference Korer with 193, despite playing on a painful knee. Kansas State - Gary Marriott M, is best returnee: 7-foot Kodger Suttner and Willie Murrell. 8-5, must come through. Iowa State -- Vince Brewer, M. and Marv Straw, M. are top scorers. Rich Froistad, M, must handle pivot well for Glen Anderson to have a contender. Missouri -- Ken Doughty, No. 5 3ig Eight scorer at 17.5 and Bob 'rice form good backline but Kay 3tib Carey, 6-7, needs help from rookies on front line. Oklahcffia ·-- Eddie £vans 5-S deadeye shot with springy legs, is rigger man in OU quick break, ut Sun Morrison, $-7, is only woven front liner. Oklahoma State -- Ivan Wiley, M, is best returnee If sophomores Gene Johnson, 6-6, and jiiiii njng. o-o, continue last start, Cowboys will caute trouble. Kansas -- Nolen Ellison, No. 4 Big Eight scorer at 7.6, is top backliner. Rookie George L'nseld, 6-7. is key man in comeback. Talented Al Correll, 6-3. returns lor second semester. Nebraska - Daryl Petsch, and Ivan Grupe. 6-5. best returnees. Key man is Bill Vincent. M. 'erry Busch will spring tome sur- irises if Vincent improves rc- lounduuj. Okla., K-State Lose; Missouri, Kan. Come Back By JIM VAN VALKENBURQ Aswclattd Prtss Sawts Writtr Missouri rod Kansas scorc comeback victories but Big Eigh baikclbnll teams sctticd (or an even split of six intcrscctiona games Monday night as Oklahoma and lowi State dropped from the unbeaten ranks and Kansas State dropped another close one Drake outclassed l-Slale 74-52 living the Cyclones their first de cat in three games Southern II- inois kept high-scoring Oklahoma off balance with a tight defense and surprised the Sooners at Nornan 66-63 Oklahoma had averaged 90 Joints a game in two opening vic- cries under new Coach Bob Stevens. Missouri twsed Indiana 52-51 at Columbia, rebounding from a de- 'eat by Arkansas. The Tigers con trolled the boards and Ken Dough ty hit 14 points. Indiana's last sccrad stnilcgy shot by Jimm Rayl missed. Kansas had four men in dou b!e figures in an Impressive 75 57 victory over Wyoming, on the hwls of a ragged defeat at Michi gan State, .lim Dumhs had 18 anc Solen Ellison 16 for Kansas. K-Stele lost a 72-71 heartbreak er nl Mnrquclta but drew solace from a 2fl-point performance b 6-6 Willie Murrell, who had start eri slowly Marqtielie is n highlj rated tCJtn. Ivnn Gnipo broke it open c;ul\ in Ihe second half and Nebraska went on lo a 78-r! rnmp over stubborn Stnle College of Iowa at Lincoln. Ken Ch.irlton. Colorado's 6-i .·corer in games through Monda) niRhl with a 21 0 average for three games. Kunnrr-up is Gary Mnrriott o Knnsns Stale with 19.5. Third is .lim Davis. 6-8 Colo rado junior, with 19 3. The other? in Ihe top 10 art Farrell .lohn son, OklnlioniB. 17 7: .himes King 0-Slnte 17.5. Gary Klevcn. I-State 17.0: Hob Pi ire. Miaou. 165: No len ElliMin. Kansas. LVD: Charlie .Umes and Dnryl rrlsrh. Ncbrns ka. hoili 15 S ' 1 Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A m u n r inli'icsloi! in New Mrx-| D.M.I. AS -- furli.- Cokc. H5 ITM skiini! I'lindltiniu may tele phone Ihe Tribune sports desk Ii · · * Fort Colllni Lambkins, 3- ttmi Northtrn wrtttling eh"m pionl, art will on thlir way toward anothtr itxcttiM M' ton. Saturday, thi Lambklni dnw with Minding st«tt cham plon Mtnlrost, 5J-J1. llrav;,wctxht Ui Peterson pii ned Al Cribnri lo Rive Fort Co iiis the lie. .\l im. llnii Knanr-f pinned F ri'in M m k u s in 1:24 In slml " f»l Collins chive l. lie Ihe mei · Dallas, knocked out I'unns Heoro r 145. Mfilfo. 5. MIAMI -- Money lloy Whilne) 149. \Vnshinijlon. DC.. stopiH- .lose Kdwards. 151. Panama. 9 U'NWIN-- .'nrkie Brmin. 121' S t ot 1 a n ii. oul|i)inln) Oru Obilasu, 120, Nigeria. 1,V ABL Mtndiy's RtiuHs · Oakland %. I'lltslnngh M Chirngo IM, Kan. Cily 107 (ot 1- Wt4nts4ay'i Oamfi p Philndrlphia at lxin.|i Beach l'ilt.sliirgh »l K.msns Cily i/^ig. Assisranr / [o Look at Colo. Coaching Job BOULWffl. Colo. IAPJ _ Edie Cronder. assistant football \bner Haynes fhreatening lush Mark i oach at Oklahoma and former! DALLAS 'Api-Abner Havnes, tar Sooner quarterback, will vis-|the flying Dallas halllack. needs the Colorado campus probably his week to talk about the head caching vacancy. This word came today from Di- ector of Athletics Harry Carlson, *ho said be talked to Crowder in Cansas City last w-eek. "Crowder vas interested in the job," Carl- cn said. He disclosed that approximately 0 have applied for the position ince William iBud 1 Davis re- ignerf last month after one sea- on-- the Buffaloes' most disas- rous season on n-cord with two 'ictorics against eght defeats. Carlson said also he had talked o a Missouri absistant coach. Al Dnofrio. "Jan. 15 is still the target date or the naming of the coach." he said. "1 am very encouraged at he caliber of the candidates on tnir list." Carlson said oils is a head coach with severa years ot ex- wrience and a winning record, ut declined to say «bo h» is. Sports Notes ! i NEW YOKK (API-Selection of he Boxing Writers Association's 'Fighter of the Year" will be me of his rro»t productive days he is to dislodge Cookie Oil- hriit. the h"g« Buffalo line-ram- ner. from the top in American "ootball League rushing. Gilchrist closed out last week »ilh a US-yard |«rformance gainst New York for a league ccord total of 1.096. Haynes. who as another game to play, trails jy 129 yards Houston's Charley Tular, the eaguc's busiest b.'ill-carrier. jlsn s within reach but would have to nuster a super showing. He is 189 ·ards behind Cilchrist. Haynes rolls for the last time 4gainst San Diego here Sunday. Mar's final appearance will be it New York Saturday. Len Dawson of Dallas leads the assers and should be "in" since he second place man. Babe Paril- i of Boston, is out of action and nird-pbce Frank Tripuc-ka of Denver has finished the season. Lionel Taylor of Denver also appears lo have the pass-receiving crown stowed away for the third straight year. Taylor has taken 77 lasses (or 906 yards and is 14 ?3tchcs flhcfld of his nearest can- pclitor-Art Powell of Sew York. The scoring championship, however, is still up in the air.' Gene made Wednesday at the SWA's!'TM 80 ol uenver tas wounii U P )ecember meeting. The winner will be presented he Edward J Neil plaque at the ;roup's annual dinner Jan. 13 at he Americana Hotel wits 137 points but is only nine ahead of Gino Cappellctti of Boston, who has a game left. Gilchrist finished with 128 points, the same number Cappelietti has. At tne Wednesday meeting the writers also will choose a boxing igure for the James .1. Walker plaque, awarded for "Ion;; and meritorious service to boxing." The Walker award also will be presented at the dinner. VAL d'ISEHE. France IAP!A member of the French junior ski team was killed Monday and another was believed dead under ons of snow after an avalanche swept over six skiers. Authorities said Alain Hondi. 16, of Mcribel-Les-Alliies was dug out dead about 24 hours later. A companion. Pierr* Bellet, 17, ol Valioire. VMS tiisn discovered missing. He was believed tu have been buried by the snow, but rescue operations were forced lo a halt by darkness. ALGEIEKS 'API-Dozens of Al gcrians were injured in at leas six soccer game riots all over the country Sunday, officials reported Monday. PHILADELPHIA (API - The University ol Pennsylvania an nouneed Monday it had cxtende the present contract of John Stiegman, head football coach, to Dec. i, 1965. Sticfimati's current contract was not scheduled to terminate until December 1963. No reason was given (or the action a year in advance. Stiegman became head conch ir December 1959. LONDON lAP) - Ja"kie Brown of Scotland. British flyweight bnx- itig champion, won the vacanl British Empire crown Monda) night with a 15-round decision over Nigeria's Orizu Obilasu Brown weighed 121 ! pounds. Obil asu 120. The title, formerly held by Den nis Adams of South Africa, has been vacant since South Africa left the British Commonwealth making Adams ineligible to hol( the championship. STATE COLLEGE, Miss. (Al» --The Mississippi Stale Bulldogs wen their 16th straight baskelbal Same over a two-year period by ioWning Uniisinna College S3-5S Mondav nicht. W. K. Stroud. last's mos valuable Southeastern Cf-nterrnci player* hit lor 18. He made his season debut alter being sidclin« with nn injury. xniisiana College was led In Ed Youn^, who hit for W points pud Billy Holmes, whu hit for III Bowling AT BOWLORADO-- BOWLORADO LADIES The scores: Douglass Roofing 4. Charlies Standard 0; Bob and Wanda's 1, Goldsmith Dairy 3: '-L'p 3. Highlon." Nurserv 1; Bowlorado Lanes 2, Montgomery Ward 2. Top team series: Douglass Roofing 2171. Top individual series: Charlene Top team game: Bowlorado !.anes 815. Top individual game: Chloe Childers Ml. AT COLUMIINE- INOUSTRIAL The scores: Century Radio 0, AF-KOTC 4: Repp's Inc. 3, Monarch 1: N. Colo. Laundry 4. Wick- Isr.d Motors 0: Greeley ElecL r ic 2, Harry's Drivin 2: Mel's Barber Shop I. Kobe! H i P 3; Greeley Bldg. Supply 3, K. Colo. Savings t Top team series: N. Colo. Laundry 2668. top individual series: Jake Estrick 581. Top team game: Repp's Inc. 919. Top individual grnie: Jake Estrick 215. COLUMBINE MAJOR The scores: Hibbs Clothing !. McArthur-Wheeler 1: Oregon's for Men 2, Weld County Bank "l: 7th Ave. Shamrock 2. Columbine Bowl 1 ; Macys 2. Widmaier Chev. 1. Top team series: 7th Ave. Shamrock 2833. Top : ndividual series: Bill Koehlcr 007; Leroy Schneider 607. Top team game: 7th Ave. Shamrock 1011. Top individual game: Alan Fahrenbruch 224 . Hibbs Wins Exhibition Basketball Game 76-58 The Hibhs Clntbing basketball team tuned v.p for the City Ixngur basketball season by defeating bosl Dunbar Grain of drover. 76. c £. in an exhibition game Sundav. Jw Niva scored 29 points in pacing the Hibbs win. Jack Engelman pot ta. Tom Marklcy IB and Pal Fine 1:'. tt'es Simpson with 5 points. Ron Smock wit i 14 and Don Smock with t3 paced Grover. Brake CHICAGO A P - The l-'niled RfillltlllSf Slates Gymnastic Federation for-! ·* niallv was organized Mundav wi h' S~\S* f *\ G Dr. Donald Boyilslon, athletic \3-^ J For On" : diiectoi- of Southern Illinois l.'ni- y^-^r-^i v i vrr.Mly. elected preMdrnl. i f S f ^ "^ ' lioyrislnn outlined biuid plans. ^;f ^ · \55_ Ol"'^ t'.t developing nsnuiaslics .Hid ^jm\fji* " ' said a primary aim of the (riV ^\ j^ o .. eraticn is to jcl a voice and vote nk'^L, _ ,! 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