Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1962 · Page 20
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CSC Bear Matmen Open Season at Utah State . IV Colorado Stae Bears de- P«rt Thursday morning lor Login, Utah to op»n their 19043 wtestling season. .tbe Bears will meet three different opponents on thr« consecutive nights begimuig with ^Jh State Thursday evening. "May, Colorado State moves on to Salt Lake City to mett Utah University and winds up the trip *'est in Corvallis, Ore., Saturday night taking on Oregou ftate University. Coach John Hancock, seeking his 27th straight Rocky Mountain Conference championship this year, was anxious to meet the strong early season opponents to gel the inexperienced Bears ready for the tough competition they'll meet during the regular season. Four of Ihe eight grapplers| making the trip have never participated in varsity competition before at Colorado State. Hancock announced that the following had won the wrestle-off competition among their teammates for the right to make the trip: Junior Sandoval, 123: Don Neff. 130: Elmer Crider, 137: Jim Crider, 147; Jim Innis, 157; Gordon Fisher, 167; Harold Harrison, 177; and Jim Lamberson, hvy. Neff and Harrison were conference champions last year. Sandoval was an AAU champ and Elmer Crider placed third ia ton- P*ft :0 GREKLEY TRlBt.NE Wed., I)ft. 12, 1JS2 Student Paper Opposes Wis. U. Bowl Activity PHILADELPHIA 'AP, - The Philadelphia Phillies sent outlield-! ier Jackie Davis to the Los An-; MADISON Wis i. jgeles Angek (if the American jversity of Wisconsin ! League Tuesday for catcher 'Averill. It was a straight playerl'" Columbine Begins Loop Cage Season Saturday . son, their first draft choice, to a J "W"? University President 1963 contact Tuesday. *ed H. Harrmgton ,n b, pubbc ,,, ii.,i ,,!,(,,, ,,_ _«.,,..,, ,TM _______ .assertion that nost-season cames .:.. Hutchinson, a 6-toot-l. 159-pound end from Kentucky, was a Ihree- lime All-Southeastern Conference selection. Elmtr Cridv Rickard. to earn the righl to make the pre-season trip West. Innis is i bright prospect on the squad. A transfer from Wisconsin, Innis is fast, strong and should be a consistent winner and possibly a conference champion. Kisher is slrong, lanky and thejolhcr promising" year for thei'rom B a y l o r University "was Hireld Harrison could be the best competitive sea- CLEVELAND iAP-The Cleveland Browns signed Tom Hutchin ,,,,_,: ,,, . . r CTnwiMuon v win meir r assertion that post-season games tive | fague charnplonships involve over-emuhasis that is 1 _ .. . . p ^ unfortunate " . ., . r : juuy me signing 01 meir nin oraii son in the conference in a quar-ii-hoicc-Drew Roberts 22 Little ter of a century. Every conference A n. Araedca end o t ' H umboldt school has eslab.ished foremost their mind to remove the crown from the Greeley matmen. All indications pcinl toward an w - ~ -- ~~ g '"* Colamb:i * C « L ' WI!O « ""Kerence wUI play its wcoud r,TMd JSM2: Wellington defeated Evtns. * '*?* ""»» 0*^ '^ue contest, Friday: Brush,TM P l a t t e V l k , -*«! Broorn- Ibeabv for an end a ««"« **** * ith **»!" G^ High. Valley High at ; ^;. ^ participation in the P'^ing at Snyder ajxi New Ray-Eaton. Fort Lupton at Windsor I .^^ ^. . footoa11 game. mcr going to HUlrow. Briggsdale j and Lafayette at Weld Central Allege High' 4M5- Fort Lupton " Ul ' 5 . 1 " .:*= b ?, ul '" P , 'j 1 "! 1135 " non-kague game. I Brush let it be known it wants'beat Denver Lutheran, 35-Z7: L«. Ihe DadyCardmal d,l 0(h(rwiw ^ m ,, ^ ' " editorial which University President again ,, respec- *^ The publication noted that Wisconsin has in the past gone on BALTIMORE i API--Tile Haiti-record against post-season games more Colts annoimccd Tuesday the signing of BUI Ventura, 22. a 240-pound tackle from Ihe L'ni- versily of Richmond. OAKLAND. Calif. lAPi - The Oakland Raiders of Iht American Football League announced Tues|day the signing of Iheir 13lh drafl but has accepted bids when offered. Wisconsin won the 1862 Big Ten crown. It appeared in the Rose , Laporte at Lyons. Wiggins at Erie. Briggsdale at Nunn and Sterling St. Anthony at Grover. Saturday's non-league games: Windsor at Ault, Denver Chris- ing boih. State College. BALTIMORE (API - Center- l linebacker Jim iButchi Maples.I MIAMI. Fla. AP--Bill Har Jockey Hartock Dozed After Fall From Horse Friday night's schedule of non- league gomes: Platte Valley at Esies Park, 'f -- * iimuaw at null, WCI1VCI V-lnlS- Bowl games in 1»53 and I960, los- tian at Fort Lupton Roosevelt at "" 1 " 1 "' Evans, Platte Valley vs. Berthoud at Loveland, Wiggins at Akron and Pierce at Otis. The powerful Tri-Valley Con- to repeal as T-V champion. The:fayelte -- r , _,,, Beetdiggers got balanced scoring j Brush downed Bear Creek. «3-15. in defeating Windsor, 60-35. laslj Lafayetle. Brush and Galeton Friday. Fort Lupton trimmed Col-' al! posted their fourth straight lege High. 46-38; Lafayelte beat.*""Eaton, «-30. and Weld Centra! 1 Top individual scorer in th* defeated Fort Lupton, 57-JO. in a'atea last weekend was Evans' thrilling finish jjerry Blehm. win scored U fold Other results last weekend goals and free throws for a JS- found Galelon beating St. Anth- point game, ony. 71-55: Pierce topping Briggs- .^ olher , eading Kmm . dale. 61-38: Lyons edging Platte; I-arrv ,, opkim We)d Vallev. 4946: Evans topping n . sk ' ip Carlson Galf(on . . Nunn, 56-17: Berttwud walloping t Louisville. 58.35: Laporte BruntZ| v - ^ Wood L rte . oo back Estes Park. 6W8, and Wi?-: Smitll Brash 2 ,. gins dumping Erie, 5940 on Fri-| Walte Va iley. 21; Melvin Beede! ' dav nicht 20; Ron Killion, fercnce. Jim Crider and Gordon Fisher are up from the freshmen squad and Innis is a transfer from Wisconsin. Lamberson is a freshman from Golden. Hancock said this a rebuilding year with three of the finest wrestlers to don the Bear colrvs gone. National NCAA champion Un Lordino and two-lime conference champ Lanny Bryant were graduated and national NCAA champ Jack Flasrhe withdrew from school for financial reasons. Flasche, only a sophomore last spring when he won the national crown, is expected to return ·pring quarter and rejoin the team next year. The veteran coach was quite pleased with the outlook of the team. Neff has the potential o! being a national champion. San doval and Elmer Crider are im proved over last year. Jim Cridei could well have the best potential on the team. He decisioned twe veterans, Tom Hood and Dou strongest man on the team, and he appears to be on his way to a great season. Harrison is a conference champion and can almost always be counted on for a top performance at match time. Lamberson, Bears and Ihe new Mountain In-|signi'd Tuesday by the Baltimore tercollcgiatc Wrestling Associa-jColts of the National Football tion formed lai spring will add I*ague. weighing only about 180. heat oul veteran Bill Echols '2.W to grab the varsity heavyweight position. Hancock has stated that Lamber on could have nore potential at iis point in his career than did xirdino as a freshman. This three meets will give the Bears a chance to size up their trenglhs and weaknesses and jrcpare for the strong conference oes of lhe fulure. It appears that ,, .,,,,. .,, ^ Dl vulu . Colorado Mines, Western State rado Mines, Feb. 20 CSC al Colo- ind Adams Stat- are all much rado, Feb. 21 Brigham Young at Ironger lhar. lasl year and this|CSC. |jjEaths and Funerals more excitement to the season. Most of the colleges u the Rocky Mountain area are in the new organization and their first meet is scheduled for Grcelcy on March 8 and 9. The rest of CSC's schedule: Jan. 12 CSC at Colorado State University. Jan. 17 Adams State · · - · * " » . " llr utvncll lex., was a 12lh round choice of but Hnrtack. who appeared draft. Maples, 21, from Mount Vernon, tack, one of the nation's top jockeys, fell from a Tropical Park mount Tuesday and was hospitalized. v i j · Xrays revealed no broken bones! Attendance up 125%, ·Broncos Still in Red ~ . j . ,^ , , (EKTIUIUUU, M, non runion, i^aiav* Saturday Ault downed talon. | et , et x . Mike R omero. Pterci. 20. Dean Kilker. Lafayette, l»; Mark Macklin, Laporte, 19; Neil FnrpmAn. Valloy Hi Minch. Roosevelt, the Colls in the recent college after the spill. he hospital for overnight I'aiion. HONOLULU (AP)-A group of 40 sportsmen and businessmen Tuesday nighl purchased the Hawaii Islanders baseball club of the umveibiiy, jun. u Adams Mate -- -·"«··«..'·· .*«.«-.*.*,, v, u v u, n:c at CSC. Jan. 24 Oklahima Slatel Pacilic t: ° ast *·*»"* from Nick at CSC, Jan. 26 Fort fj-wis AM Mor g a n Jr -. team president, at CSC. Feb. 1 CSC. Arizona al Denvor L'niversily, Feb. al CSC. Feb. 9, i ing Commission said Wed. lhe * I world banlamweighl lille boul beat CSC. her, 9, CSC al Air Force L champion Eder Jofre of Academy, ,eb. .5 CSC at Colo- Brazil and PJapanese Men ^ f ^ Kalsutoshi poned lo April A. has been post Packers Dominate NFL's All-Stars By JACK HAND SH1NN Mrs. Hallie Shinn of Kenton Nursing Home. Mother .of Floyd Shinn, Knoxville Tennessee; Mrs. Essie D Boyer, Lakewood; Mrs! Bernlce Addlson, Independence, Kan.; Ralph Shinn, USA. Jleti, France; Mrs. Louella Stumpf, J o h n s town; Lee R. Shinn, Uree- ley. Sister ot George Ixing Beaumont, California. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, later. Arrange m e n t s MOLANDER K. August Molander o( 203 Graete Ave., Ault. Services 2:30 p.m. Thursday from F i r « t Congregational Church ot Ault. Interment Katon Cemetery. Friends who wish may make memorial (lonationrt to the First C o n g r o g a t i o n a i Church of Ault. MOSEll Edward Musur of 323 l l t h St.. Greeley. Brother of Albert, Gust, and George Muser, a l l of Greelev Mifs Manila Moser of Samona. Calif., and Mrs. lierlha Iloth of Parkerl Colo. S t e i s o n of Mrs' Elizabeth Mo?er of (!ree- ley. Services 2 p.m. Saturday from Macys Drawing Room. Interment Elwell Cemetery. SLOLTM Louifi Isaac Slonum of N u n n . Servi'-eR 2 P.M. Krj. day 'rom Hie First t.'nited I'reslivlerian C h u r c h iif N'lltin. I n t e r m e n t X n n n renwtery. Friends who wish jiuiy jnakft niPmorlHl dnnatioiiH to the Firs' t'ni- ted Presbyterian (;liurch ot N'inn. MONUMENTS and MARKERS 60 Yean ot Leadership In Granite and Bronze Monuments OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment Kaipli llollislcr G R E E L E Y MONUMENT CO. 1015 7th Ave. in raid-season due to lhe illness ' who took over Hornung's place- kicking chores. The Colts also placed 35-year-old Gino Marchetti at defensive end. The starting backfield on offense included Titlle at quarter. Taylor at fullback. Bobby Mitchell of Washington al flanker and Don Perkins of Dallas al halfback. For the first time since he joined lhe league six seasons ago, Cleveland's Jimmy Brown did not make the learn. John Henry Johnson of Pillsburgh and Dick Bass of Los Angeles also received serious con sideration for lhe halfback job Bridges' scoring conlinue as lhe won by Perkins. dominant trends in the American ·Other top flighl stars who were Basketball League. Aiuclatid Pr»« Sports Writtr of Palmer Pyle. shared lhe guard NEW YOKK (AP) - The Green assignment'wilh Jerry Kramer, Bay Packe's dominated lhe Associated Press' All-Star team of the Nalional football league Tuesday with a lolal of 10 of the 22 players selected on the offensive and de- ensive units Paul Hornung. ,he player of lhe /ear in 1961. did not make the earn selected by a commillee of sports writers and broadcasters rom the 14 league cities. Green iay's star halfoack missed about lalf of lhe season due to a knee injury. Fullback Jim Taylor, right end Ron Kramer, lackle Forresl u g, guard Jerry Kramer and ·enter Jim Ringo of lhe defending champion Packers were named to the first offensive leam. Defensive end Willie Davis, lackle lenry Jordan, linebackers Dan Currie and Bill Forester and corner back Herb Addcrley of the ""ackers made the defensive unit. The New York Giants, who already have clinched the Eastern I Conference title, put four men oni he two leams t including Y. A. Til-| le, their balding 36-year-old quar-| erback, and Del Shofner, his fa vorite target at split end. Roose velt Brown, massive offensive ackle, also was placed on lhe of- cnsive leam for the Giants and safely Jimmy Pallon made it on defense. Detroit's tremendous defensive mil earned four places with Joe .-.. TM. .? ,,, Schmidt, the hardy perennial, al showed Tuesday. center linebacker, 29f,.poundi The 6-1 junior quarterback from The 15-round litle match was originally scheduled for Jan. 3 at Tokyo's Kuramac Sumo Arena. A spokesman said Jofre's man ager, Abraham Katzenelson, asked for postponement because [it was too cold in Tokyo in January, MEXICO CITY (API-Over 100 up wilh some lay in an 18 pro-amateur meet which near misses on lhe first unils were end Mike Dilka of Chicago; Detroit; center Ray Wietecha, defensive and Jim the Giants; and safety man Willie cago Majors 106-06 Oaklan : Green Bay. serves as a warm-up for Thursday's start of the Mexican Open Golf Tournament. Some of golf's finest players including Argentina's Roberto De Viccnzo, former Masters and PGA champion Jackie Burke of Hou ston, Caribbean circuit winner Don Whitt of Borrego Springs Calif., and defending Mexican Open champion Tony Lema o San Uandro, Calif., wUI compete in lhe pro-am and .the open Philadelphia's winning and Bil The Tapers won their .... straight Tuesday night, irippin defensive tackle Alex Karras of Long Beach's first-place Chiefs 106-102. And Bridges had a 21 and point third period in leading lh -- ,--...... U..W ju. wt j .nun iuiKva|£u jtiajuis iwj-jo. uaKiann ' ""'vii itii.-viat.-u idM year» Wood and guard Fuzzy Thurston downed Pittsburgh %-S2 in the inau g ur ol Gotham Bowl game bo- ,.r ,,____ ,,.... league's'other game. h TMcn Baylor and Utah Slate, decided nol to pick up its option Ihls year. The promoter, however, Don Trull is Leading College Passer in '62 LOUDON KELLY Writtr cent increase in attendance. Denver Broncos lost more _.: j u 125 expenses. JGomez. Fort Luptoo. 17; John also said one exhibitionjWehrman, Weld Central, 17, and with another AFI. team ulH'Larry Johnstown, Fort Lupton, ;·"-. $200,000 for this season in be held in Denver in place of an 17. lhe 29-ycar-oid rider was aboard|the American Football Ix-ague. intrasquad game The opponcnli Looking Ahead in Tropical's fea-llheir officials said Tussday nighl. and dale will be announced lalcr · ured sevcnlh race when the mis-! Gerald H. Phipps, chairman of One or two regular league, nap occurred. | lne ^4 gave lhc [igurf . s a( a Rames wi |j ^ p | ajed ( njgh( Harlack's mounl was in 10th i news conference reviewing " lhe clear - whcn looking season. the Kunz said. Phipps statement added: the Outlook on Gotham Bowl Is Better NEW YORK 'APi-A promise .0 place S60.000 in escrow and prospects of a television contract combined Tuesday to all but assure the scheduled Gotham Bowl between the football teams of Calvin Kunz. dent, said that on the present basis of operations and with an UU31.1 Ul U|K:I(1UUI1S allU Wllll an "·'··h""-" l " «jrt.l"l me llulmlullill n -- --«--·»-· increase in admission prices the """*' tor coaches and players Kngfcwood at Fort clul will need an average at- «al a "ra and for scouting nnd for : Aurora » l Boulder. cluii will tendance of 24,000 for home I games to break even. Ilic Bron jcos drew 175.413 fans at home last season for an average attendance of 25,059. i Phipps announced that seat prices next season will be increased to K for sideline teats and to $'J SO in the end zone. However, he said that persons order- Ing tickets before April 1 will be recruiting expenses to accomplishi Tri ' v *" t y American League Ump Berry Quits After 20 Seasons The post season game look on clouded atmosphere Monday when the two schools, concerned over the failure of director Bob Curran to land a television lie- , . * 4 ' 50 and . * eas " n5 "" 1 """ next year in television revenue to about $220.000 as compared with about $200.000 this season. , 1 TM° raining ^TmaVr^ Tin £ t "* ^ '," T """ '° *-·"-" u, tA Hgbg fmvnr nlnvurc lnl« Iralninn pense money lo !e placed in I. escrow before leaving ihcir cam-! puses for New York. j The beleaguered p r u m o l e r i averted the possibility of a can- celallon by verbally guaranteeing the payment of lire expenses. The money is lo be placed in escrow Wednesday. As a result, the learns Thursday. Curran received IN.Y. Mets Get Pumpsie Green, Tracy Stallard NEW YORK (AP) - Inficldcr to fly to New York Pumpsie Green and Tracy Stal lard, lhc pilclier who Ihrcw home run No. 61 lo Roger Marls in 1»;| a rude jolt . c ,, 0 ,, c u,,u .inn Aaicavage ano point tnird period in leading lhc -- u ' r TM received a rudc ]olt run i\o. tn 10 Koger Marls in 1%), nr lh ,,..,,,.,,,, nni,, r ,,, defensive back Erich Barnes of Kansas City Steers over lhc Chiw n c n »ic American Broadcasting were acquired by the New York . ",,'" ", -,,,°, ·,,,,* ?.',. ' the Giants: and i;afntv man \rillio MO/* MO^... inn n* ^..,.,._jCo. u-hiph inlmii^^ u..i '-Mcls Tuesday in an intcr-lcacue . r'oui i nrK, ro.; traHp lh.nl cyinl ntjlilu nlai.'ni. tr«. . _ ' ' ' . ' ' last year's trade lhat scnl utility player Fc llx Mantilla lo lhc Boston Re Sox. The Red Sox will deliver n lhir Nets' President George Weiss By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baylor's Don Trull was lhe na. lion's leading college passer of 1962, the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau's final 1962 statistics Campbell, the pass catching king in I960 and '01, finished third in that department with 57 toger Brown -A tackle ami Dick 'Night Train) Lane and Lary in the secondary Jim Parker. Baltimore's Yale Oklahoma completed 16 who made the announcement'here p j \ i S T * V Cardinals Sign Tackle Jim Moss passes in Baylot's season finale tj arn 'against Rice to wind up with I25 1 completions in 223 attempts, for I"""" 1.027 yards. Hc threw II touch-' down passes and had 12 intcrcep- i lions. jrabs for a three-year total of 176. good for 2,45:1 yards. His 3-year total of 22 touchdown passes caught is one shy of lhc ' set by Vitn Hagaz/o of Wil i Mary in , , .,,, ._ ,, , t , r ,, vv , ,, ,,,,,, said he has been negotiating with player, a minor leaguer, at » late lhe Columbia Broadcasting Sys- dale tem and was hopeful an agree- mcnl would be reached son . "I've said all along the game will be televised," he said, "and . il will. It's just a matter of price \ now. not a lack of interest It's a mailer of lhe amount of money we're being offered and liow much we have been asking. , Scores I Second lo Trull wilh 122 cum- iplctinns was Miami's Gcorgcl By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mira. another junior, whose 200 passes made him llic most frc jqucnl flinijur ul thu collegcj | season. COLUMBIA. S.C. 'APi-Tacklc; Terry Baker, Oregon State's All- Jim Muss of the Univcrsily nfJAmtrica. finished fifth in tolal South Carolina :ail Tuesday he!pa«s completions with 112 but has dccidcrl I,, phy with Ihe Si. i they ncconntcd for the most yardf L-)uis Cardinal-, o f t h e National · · - - -- - · Foolbal] U'am-. Roth St. I/)uis antl Hie Buffalojllin TD tossing till,, with Jack Bills of the Amcricnn Football Concannon uf Boston College at league had bid d,r Moss' scrv-|!5 cadi lco: ; The si'asim'5 champion pass Mns; ..ant I,,, s ig m H a SI. I/mislcalchcr for IM i=. Vcrn Knrkc n(. contract Satin flay night, ami nlsii-Orcgon S'alp. The Rhie-lingercd! acknowledged liial IIP. hurl signed'end cst;,b!islicH a itconl fur most 1 an earlier conir.-ict w i l h the Ilills.lcalchps 'Bji and most yank: !o a !)-0 lead :im| eiu-oiinlei ed lit- !!ained-!.738. lialwi's 15 louch down passes cnaMeil him lo share . |But he said there was "the vcr- bal .stipulation liiat the Buffalo after i] 'l.!«7i. in Ins Iransfcnini: [mm year Rakcrv College Basketball EAST I'enn State 02. Ci.lgatu 4ti Boston College 5», Yalr 57 Boslon l.'niv. 78. Suffolk r,!i Villanova 88. Scrantnp 63 liulgcrs M. Columbia «« MIT 72, Bawdoin GO Vermont 78. New llairipsliirc 73 SOUTH Duquesnc M. (;ei,rg,'tov. p n 5f VMI 74. (;. Washington 73 W. It Mary 71. Virginia 74 nil) N.C. Stn'c 7fi. M;ir;.land 74 West Virginia 7i). Kiclimund S9 Kiikn so. Vamlcrbil! 7n W. ForcM 75. SI. Jusepli's I'.i. MIDWEST N o l l e D.-.mi- «2. We:I. Mich. 15. . , 19; Chuck Hepp, Erie, 18; Ted Ba'ajas, Lafayette 18: Mike Engel, Galeton, : !8; Gene Walter. Wiggins, 18-17; ·amp next summer than they did. Eddie Tomson, Wellington, la- is year in an effort (o rcducejJim Golden. Wiggins. 17; Bobby He On Tap With Preps BASKETBAUL Thurt4ay tn» : Meeker Junior High. will close the gap. We felt obligated to spend the additional Fort Collins at Longmont. Sterling at Loveland. Englcwood at Fort Morgaa. Brush at College High, I:U and 8:15 p.m. Valley High at Eaton. Fort Luplon si Windsor. Lafayetle at Weld Central. Columblrw Weldona at Snyder. New Raymer at HlllroM. BOSTON (Afi-The reliremenil of Charlie Berry. American: ,_., , , j I^anuc b.r«b,i: umpire lor M v ^ a[ f TM- w ti*i announced Tuesdav n · ^ H \ , . t , · , t , ,, .' Knggalalc at Nunn. u ue president Joe- Crorun. At lhc same time CYoiin named [our men lo Ihe American ,,_. umpiring staff. William T. Valen :ine from Ihr Pacific Coast league ami I/iui.s DiMuio, Waller . Sterling St Anthony at Grover. Strtvrl'ly Fort Morgan at Grwley, I:M and 8:15 p m. Doyle npd J.imes C Odom from the International league. Cronin said Berry would continue to servo tit American League in spcri,-.| astignments. such as scouting youn" umpires Berry, who was GO years old! . He umpired and five All-Star games. I'ingmont nt F.nclewood. Ixiveland nt Au.'ora. Boulder at Fort Collins. Nen-Cmftrtnc* Sidney. Neb. al Sterling Denver Crrislian at FL Lupton. Windsor at Aull. Evani. , . vs. Berthoud at Uxjveland. six World Scries! W i M ins at Akron. Pierce at Oils. in Bcnnetlsville, S.C., and Va!cn-i Non - c «rif«rinc» WRESTLING Thursday tine, 30, in Litllc Rock, Ark Sporti Briefi ·V Thl A»«l4«l lAIKttl Heath al Meeker Junior High. [4 p.m. Frldiy THVollty College High at Brush, T:M p.m. Katon nl Valley High. Laimrlc al Fort Lupton. This was regarded as a me liookkeeping move, however. W hp wns 1Jirnwn frnm hi , m ^ cause the Mcls' roster currently M "1 ; " "" " 9 "!' nl '"'" .... . . . J Mon b y [.no A Daily, t o . K t . is filled lo its maximum nf 41 ~ players. The right-hander will be ,,,,,,,,,»,, » ,,,, TM r ,,,,TM.. given an opportunity to win a var-! c ,^,) v ,TM p '^''TM u 7 l . 1 , l i;j l 'j'riom l | sily berth in spring training. "'" "--'··-- ' Green. 28. played in 5(i games with Boston last season and balled .239. He came In Ihe Red Sox in !%!) filler on outstanding sen Innkln: Tio,,lc«l is [Non-Conftrflnct Grrolcy nl Liirnmle. 1 p.m. Trl-Valloy Weld Central nt Roosevelt Falls to Lively Air Force 58-37 AIR FOKCK ACADEMY Colo 'AP) _ Air Force skipped .way s " n *'"' Mi""ca|iolis when- he American Asso · ·i i ii if iLruj i i j i i ) c;tiv Ulllllt I CO III- tie opimsitiiiii the. rest of the way cilltill »'s mitslanding shortstop. Tuesday in defc.iling llardin-Sim-j sl!ll l ar| . M- 1'ilclirrt al Seattle rnons -W-.f? In .1 non-conference I'" TM*' nil!s ''y iin Tlicf. and had basketball gar.c. n '" fi record. He fanned 71 and iw.-ilkcd 55. Manlilia. who played first IJAL-TIMUHF. - naliii« lhc linn! l . -jiinit rprraro. ny of htx appn ' SWIMMINO Saturday Non-Conf«rtnc» Tw",i College High at Denver Ur.lver- lh The Kalcons easily punctured 's /one defense nnd Ilardin-Simmims' which 1 " 1 . '' 1 . hit r,,, r,-, ,,,,,- cent of their fieldi 1 " 1 ' ·shots. It was just thr rcveiw fori a " d ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 '" "' ailliu ' s ' l!(! w;ii - . "" SI'UKANK, Wash. ( A l ' i - A | l i n i lillle wiirlH series probably w i l l bel"i airmen spoiling j - lhc · iiuion- .. !a! l^ajiiic expansion draft frnm .·jiiionn pruposali discussed by di-i 1 ' 1 rectors ot !lic cnmblncd American most field shots The visitors fin ! "' u Mil »'-' ulk|1 '- 1 "'"' v '' s ished w i l h *| per cent shooting: ,'", ; ' n ; ilh " '"'"··""i 1 , 1 TM :ivtii-.-.«f. fi.,,., ii,,. i ""' ' hilanclphin Phillies acquired jcatchci' Knr! Avrrill from the Ixi: avoraco from Ihe flwi . . . . . . . ' , , , A,r I'0,cc, Johnny .!,,,!,! anil Illth nf ll ,,,,,11 inlcr-lr-iignc irarj. FLOWERS Wtit ICthSf. 352-2851 Iconlract wniiM nut | )l; binding iin- ficld. c.ihf . .|. m ir, ,, ^.... ,,,, il after lhc Xjlinnal Football|6-4. IC,'|.|iiiiiinlci eclipsed lhc I wo |lx!,igue draft and I had an op-iycar nld iccoids nf f,', reicpii'in? porlunily lo negotiate wilh whieli-jaiid f«l yanK Ml I y Hugh Camp -ver NFL tc,-m drafted . me." [bell Moss said he sent the Bills a Iclegran; Monday telling of his decision In piny v.ilh S! Louis.' lie said he returned the l«iinisi.-,in«le i-:,mi- w i t h .Mm S.inmniKj which was uivcn him byiol Tul-.a. Simmmn cauglit (,.',| Ihe Hiiflali) leam. jpas'i* in ;,ll In finish s-rennil in! Moss wss th? KiiK sixth d i s f t ' H i n k e . Ruike aKo M in calchinc clinii-e and lhc seventh of Ihp Car-'louchilov.n II.-IS.-PS w n h Hi nr.o. ·linai--. tackle «lio mnvrd to of Washington Si.ilc, Burke caught 12 passes in hisi first game of Ihr- s'-.n^on to s'nan-' record for rraM grnlis in " SOUTHWEST OH;, stale 46. Arkansas 4.1 ' Texas A*M 87. Synth': n Mis. Baylor !M. Trinity Tex. 7n Tox. Wesleyan 91. Auslm fiS FAR WEST Santa Clara 72. Wirhiia W Frc»!io :/,, .S;,n Jos,' 42 Air Fiirei. 1 M. llanlin .Siinninni lured janio piiints. N:ile Miidkms led lhe visitors with in. j........ . . . . . . . . . j i n j,i|,t saiurday. "" *" ' · ·' "·'··- llostnn owner Tom |cri')(i. which rh;ls fit miil- Little World Series Plan May Be Heard AsMiciiilmn I'iicilic Const diirini; th. season. Tcami 'C wimc division would [slay " l '"' r '" ""'''c home and f r l an(l Iwrcn divisions would be on a two- weekend. League during an or|, ; ,,,i7.atumaY"°' irs !' nsis '. 1 ' c s f' n meeting at S,lt l.,ki.' City this!, ".·'"'' TM ] '"" V," D ' Ct!0 ' Dil '.....I.....I ' |l.is-l'ort Worth. Oklahoma Cliy. and OIK ollwr t«\m--ppr- [·nver or Sail Ijikc Clty-- '.vwnilil |irob;ib]y lx in Iho soulliern it Hi" league is dividrrl. uhn (k'-y Manual Yf,va . . .. of a motorcyi ip r.np li^li-c 'mn'T lli^n Simmnni am! fnH IW v.lm now npeiatcs 3 bii.-. company guard:Bedsole of Southern California, 'in Panama. *'i ............. . ( | (|]i ^ ]|i--.i;il|o;| Johnny l'e.4;ev! Spokane w i l j By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ;.-is Hunger lip (ii-nni-eil. ··«,. ;,r'e tliiit III,- ll.'lr ,; ^hAN ANTONIO. Tc.x. - l)a\ryl, T ,,,|y l,, m ;ike cvciy iniellir.cnl|l«' hmkcn ml, ,! Mi«rp. l.in. Columhi:-. Ohio, mil- ninve v.p can lo im|n'uve (he Iledjeiii division-. iCtly. 10. Non-lille ^ i n ,),,, m ., rko( p |. |(( . ( , vrr S||ln , LONDON .- Dave Ch:,rnlcy.j The inulc ;.,i ;\:, n !7'4. Ix.'iulon. slop[K'd .lames D.!|i!ayc/! :dl inMplil pn.itii Kills'. i:«,',. Tienliiii. N. .1. fi. :M,K |'.,,,.|,| (,, .., i',.,^. '! \'K in 141 u.mips. was j Ltw Worsrum, fornwr U. S.,i,f lhe iniiTleague SPSS ·.0|K-n chiimpmn and pro ;ii Oak: Rpd Sox ulto base !tce 'lllsbingh. is Ihp wintfrjoi live team ill liic (If M lYii.il Ilidj!! 1 . I'nrl IMKII Amcti'-nn ami r'l' 1 - ll^agup. rilibs. ),,,,,,,,,, .visinn. supl«,rl a |,,,,p, M |- V,,H, ,, ir.ymc schedule. In .,111 baseball Icauii,. t w , , diviM,,n s th,, , Msrir , wo ,,|,i noillipin ami simih.ipi-niiMily rpcn nl the soulbrrn In 1 sMid. with imli ]i;ukv hi,|,i nl th,' cml of Ilie scasfin In ili'lei Scpl y mine Ilie -h;mjpuin. Then ilu-n--' w n l l l t l br pio alWR , ,*. «,,,,,, N.-,i,,,nn|!iw,nli CSC Sports Thurtd^y ·ion ir.'imi* 1 K;i('h \?h.,, w -nuld meet wry oihor train 1R ; San. Dip'to Stale at CSC. I p.m.

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