Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1962 · Page 21
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North South Senior , . squad headed by three players w ere lop cbui ,, 5 The 230-pound Sweeney was the BK1G GSDALK - The _.^_ No. i choice of San Diego of the dale Rams A ^ B teams kand drafts was named Wed to the ^ Budde. ,,., * · i""- ···"·""si ruwoaii League and I be threesome is composed of "* Dallas Texans of the AFL He end Walt Sweeney O f Syracuse '"" " : -' se and interior linemen Ed Budde of Michigan State and Daryl Sanders of Ohio State. has signed w jth u a ii^ -Sanders, who is 6-5 and weighs ga TM. The Bri «R 5dale B-team ;. ... ..: . TM ""S 05 «^r~t ji ^(5 ,,, ^ third pe- Adams State Gridders on NAIA All-Stan - -. _- r jres tv?o lefeats Tuesday night here in non-conference basketball lames. Briggsdale's A team, sparked by Dick Ivie. defeated the Soph Vteam, 59-58 in an overtime ia at 24«, was picked first by the NFL's Detroit Lions and has igned with the Lions. The South squad. All-America center Lee Hoy Jordan of Alabama, was announced Saturday. The Southerners will be coached "gain by Weeb Ewbank d the Baltimore Colls. Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys will be back to tutor the Northerners. Landry will have as his quarterbacks Jerry Gross of Detroit who completed 105 o! 212 passes during the past season, and Pat Me- Carthy of Holy Cross, also ranked high on total offense in the nation. The Yankee line will aicrage 239 pounds and the backfield 194. mds left to play in the regulation ;ame. Dick Ivie hit the tying has- et. Briggsdale had anothe* shooing opportunity but missed, send- ng the game into overtime. Jav --**· ··"**""* nvumi up «ujj u. Turner, Greeiey's top scorer with P° ints "nd Buckley finished wih 7 nninL* hit a fipM ona In clii-4 2!. Vandv soohnmnr* Rn0»r SACRAMENTO. Calif. 'API George Bork of Northern Illinois junior quarterback who completed 232 of 350 passes this s*a- ton, heads the AI1-NAIA football team announced Tuesday by the National Association of Intercol-i* Icgiate Athletics. if 5 ,'" ',TM '° r ewaU and 197 in I ,, ,. Ibacklield. ^ZSJZA uSr^* " w - na - nine regular season games. Ntjw »W Offensive and defensive teams B*" 1 *n^. D "«i''-' C were named since the 325 small w tchools in the NAIA play under free substitution rules -".-, Vrf Stile. 4-3. ° TIAM OFFINII . «nd Nrt Cimdort. trt. DM K«np V* 1 ^ · fuajiji. Tom altf. ri. ; '--·-- ·* Kll- iium Dllnoia; haj Ml AIM. N 7 "' fn " b HRIT TEAM Iml Morru HIM. Nontiwo.'s.U.. suir' Lti M''n J ^° "¥·*' S""" 1 "*" Ttiu. . ·nd H. 0. £·!««. Cut Cutril OhUhona- A llUf*"* ""5 *"**' *T« S 1 * 1 '- "«· lnckm - Rod »· c - ·· 1 r '" '-UT1 Cluti-k. Vmtno.i H.nr.oo, Soulhtra 111 Milt EUchrM. L'p Baylor, Wilt Both Lead in NBA Victories ll». Southern Mluiluppl, M. fcn Jorttn. Alabama. i-J. :ii ; i a lir». Auburn. M. =i ^UARTEIIBACIUi -- Caif tuooc. Vlt BACKS -- BXTM Beaver, Houaton i-1 )l: Danny niabhatr. Arkaniu. M. r» lilljr Gftmbnll. Sotrtk Carnliiu, ».]0, lao 1*0 CrtHIi. MfinfUi SHU. M. 117 inin Klndfnnaji, rwtlda State, M, xg Soutfcm Mlaaiaa'uvi.' S-ll " ' 'im. Alltana . J*« suan, J'jf* 0 "* NEW YORK iAP)-For Elgin Baylor, the great Lot Anj Uker star, obviously Hie best thing about being In the Army u Retting oul. "It's great to be back playing full time." Baylor said, after he poured in 42 points inii led the Lakers to a 124-1J1 victory over the Cincinnali Royals in 'a National Basketball Association dou. lilchcadcr here Tuesday night. In the second game, the New York Knicks won their fourth Mraight-for the first time in two seasons-** they led alrooit al the way in trimming the Boston Celtics 95*7. A crowd of 15,237 ntlended. With Wilt Chamberlain pumping in 61 points, the San Francisco Warriors ended their losing jlrinf at 11 games with t 136-124 vie tory over Syracuse. Baylor wns in the Army last season, and available to the Lokcrs only intermittent)'. Now discharged, Ihe ex-Seattle All-America already cslablishe! as an all-time NBA great, says he thinks he may be "shooting lillle better, this year." Taylor, Michaels Vie for Scoring Title in NFL Tin --- --MW, Grceiey soph° sps Vanderbilt Rapped Bowl Teams Chosen 59-ss and 46-zs JBy Duke Five 90-70 JS^ji 1 *; '* H 'A Ml The 230-pound Sweeney was th, . BMGGSDALK - The Brings-! '. By MIKf RATMIT quetne woo iU fourth straight AiMciiM Fr*M Sow* Writ* «-56 over Georgetown. D.C. Penn Jeff Pork Chop) ttullins aod State did the ·ame, C-tO over Jay 'Bird) Buckliy provided Colgate and Rulgers'snapped Co- enough ammunition to overcome umbia's winning streak at three, a bad night by Art Heyman. who M-B. was limited to 13 points, as sec- Gerry Ward held Yale ace Rick nd-ranked Duke rapped Van- Kamiasky to four points and erbilt 90-70 Tuesday scored 15 as Boston College Buckley probably is the key to nipped the Elis 58-57 aad Wake Duk «'s fortunes this season. Hey- Forest limited Billy Hoy to three The B.-iggsdale A-team tied the """.an* Mulliia are proven torn- points while breeiing to · 7W6 ame at se-si with ahont « w. modifies. But the S-foot-10 junior triumph over St. Joseph's Pa I to wallop the Soph B's. 46- 7 points, hit a field go? lo start he overtime scoring. Briggsdale came back on a bas:el and free throw by Ivie to in. The Greeley Sophs entertain the Adams City Sophs neit Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. Freshman Andy Sieman scor imc victorv for has to prove he's tough enough to tangle underneath the boards. Heyman was held to 13 points In some of the others, Washington State defeated Goozaga 7046, Air Force topped Hardin-Simons e oppe a r n - m o n s by the Commodores, but the Pork 5M7. Baylor belted Trinity. Tet. Chop-Bird combo took up the 90-70, Vilianova crushed Scranton slack. Mullins wound up with 22 8W3, Texas AJcM thumped South""""s and Buckley finished with era Mississippi 87-61. Maine beat Vandy sophomore Roger Bates 64-57, Boston U. wallopec Schurig took scoring honors with 30 points. Only one other lop-ten team was in action. Sixth-ranked West Virginia, led by peppery Jim Mc- C'ormick. outclassed Richmond 7859 in a Southern Conference game. In another Southern game, VMJ Suffolk 79-58, and Fresno State knocked off San Jose State 57-42 Dave Gifford got 15 points for Briggsdale in the B-game. while Dan Sincle topped Greeley with Grttlty Sophi Hernandez Elsewhere on tht conference scene. North Carolina State used seconds remaining in overtime for Richardson 3 Sierman 1 Freeman 5 Ivie 1 Gass 0 Wathburn 0 VanDoren Gifford 11 2 1 0 4 3 1 1 1 3 1 0 3 6 ire 78-73 in a Yankee Confer, ence clash. In other top games, Notre Wednesday, ame sophomores Walt Sahm and Walton," 21, 6-foot-J and 135 24 10 22 15 11 IS 21 » 2-U . 1J U 17 11 J- Crwhy B Armstrong " Sincle ££ Moore D'Amato Hawkins .Harow Sandk j; Achcnbach (21) Rirm G f 0 Sierman 1 Heiser 2 Freeman 0 Baxter 1 "vie 0 "ass 0 Washburn 0 0 Van Doren 1 0 0 Gifford 0 0 Hookom Shelter (41) O F 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 0 3 « 3 1 0 0 2 Bonnie Bull Named Rookie of the Year 12 4 Cmlty B U 14 4-M 21 YEARS AGO: Johnny Pesky, left, new manager of the Boston Red Sox. is shown with ex-slugger Ted Williams in 1942 during training for Naval aviation commissions, Peska Knows Seven Rival Bosses from Playing Days By FRANK ECK [before spring. They want a win -*---- ·--- "" AP NtwiftotufM Swell Editor A ntimher of players in the American League will be slrans- crs lo Johnny Pesky when he lakes nver as manager ol the Boston lied Sox next spring. Yet. in m.ihy respects il will seem for the 41-year-old native ol Portland. Ore. Of the ninr other AL managers. Pesky played with nr ngainsl seven of Ihcm. and that in ncr so badly that they plan permit Pesky to manage his way Yawkcy's first sign of the re Sard he has for Pesky'; abilit; was lo in Johnny pick his owt coaches. He kept Billy Hcrma ' i n Harry Dorish, A hut For man agi,, g ,, * *· tleague club "Is like a dream. He- can recall Ihe days when b · ,_, 13 and shirwd shoe* lor th !? g TM s 1; Lolumbme 3 . i a n j ,...._ Lear Jammers i; Steelcs irry Sheffield scored 27 and 2' Joints, respectively, as the Irish hipped Western Michigan 82-68 iphomore James King sank a 2nd Iowa State Player Signs Canadian Pact MONTREAL (AP) -- Iowa State a jump shot by John Key with 2 lineman Dkk Walton, a drat choice of teamj in both major 76-74 decision over Maryland, United States Pro football leagues nd Vermont defeated New llamp- has been signed by the Montrea Ur. ,..,, :- - * . _ - , . _ _ ,, _ . . , . AJouajaJa, 0{ the Canadian Font . ball League, it was announced Wed, D«t. 12, l%2 GREELEY TRIBL'N'E P»J« 'Lake Hopes To Curb Amateur Speed LA SALLE - The Valley ior High wrestling team profited' from four forfeits in Handling the I I College Junior High a 39-26 de-j' feat Tuesday afternoon ·lere. j It was the first wrestling ever! LONDON iAP) - Lake Corns- tor the College Junior High team, j ton, where some of Britain's fast- In matches wrestled. College jest motor boats churn up the Junior High held a 26-19 point:water, may get a speed limit, advantage. ; The parish council of Cotuston The results; · village says speed fans roar up I 65. Nick Francis, CH, decision- and down the lake and disturb the ed Frank Gaicia, 6-i. 73, Ron peace. It wants all boats pegged Uchardson, CH, decisioned Billjto 10 miles per hour 116.09 kph. Goodner. 11-0: 85. Glen Gad*, CIlJ Speed fans are shocked for this pinned Dave Keil, 2:20: 95, Tom is the late where Donald Camp- Minkel, CH, pinned Ruben Ruiz. 48 seconds. 103, Terry Walker, VH, decision- pounds, played guard, tackle, defensive end and linebacker with Iowa State. He was the third dralt choice oul shot after time ran out in of the Detroit Lions of the Nation- vcrtime for Oklahoma State's 46- al Football League and the 13th 5 triumph over Arkansas and choice of the San Diego Chargers anla Clara spilled Wichita 72-67. of the American Football League. William It Mar)' snapped an 18- He becomes the second ncw- ame losing streak on the road comer to be signed by Montreal ith Roger Sergey's basket pro- for next year. The first was tail- iding Ihe winning margin in a 71 back Dave Hoppmann of lovca « victory over Virginia. Du State. COMING TO GREELEY Larry Meek, 6-foot-5 forward, will be a starter Saturday night when San Diego State invades Gunt*r Hall to meet the Colorado State Bears. Meek averaged 16 points a game lor the freshman team last year and moved r i g h t into a starting berth for this season. The game will start at 8 p.m. N.M. Western Trips Mines bell set the existing world water speed record. His Bluebird boat skimmed across the length of the ed Dave Oberdorfer, 4-0; 112, Carl lake at 248.62 miles per hour in Walker, CH, decisioned Ken U11-J1953. rich, 4-0: 120 Don Simms, VHi "The trouble is that everybody pinned Jim Domke, 25 sceonds: tries to copy Campbell" says ~ "'·' ~ " ·"' ' ' Villiam Rawdon-Smith, chairman )f the Coniston council. "It's getting on everyone's nerves. The noise is so bad that sometimes people on the short can't hear themselves speak. "Unless something is . dont here is going to be an accident t may seem strange to put 4 speed limit on the lake where Campbell broke the record, but it looks like the only way out." Lake Coniston is a narrow strip o' water stretching for nearly ive miles amid the mountains of the lake district of northwest England. It's a favorite residential area 'or artists and writers--and ha» been ever since William Wordsworth wrote poetry in a cottage Wednesday. Three Soonors who missed sev- to resume contact work. Halfback Jackie Cowan, who NEW YORK (API -- Ronnie till, the Chicago Bears' fine run- Ing halfback from Baylor, was amed Rookie-of-the-Year in the latwnal Football Leapie Wed. 6-foot-S, 265-pound tackle from y an Associated Press commit- ee of tporU writers and broad- asters from the 14 league cities. Bull, the Bears' No. 1 draft hoice t year ago after leading Baylor in running and pass receiving for three straight seasons, started his pro career working on efense. After a succession of in- uries to Willie Galimore, Rick ;asares, Charley Bivins and Joe Urconi crippled the Bears, Bull moved to offense. "He hasn't reached his peak e!." said coach George Halas re- tntly in Chicago. "He u gobg o be a greft runner." Although Bull carried the ball nly nine times for 26 yards and id not catch a pass in the Bears' irst three games, his figures irough last Sunday's 13th game bow 37 yards in 103 carries for 3.6 yard average and 29 passes or 324 yards. He also has re- urned nine kickoffs for ..35 yards. !tah State was a strong sccom wilh leven votes. Bowling kicker, arc in » lij;ht race for the National Football league scoring hnnors going Inln Ihe final week nf Uic sca."on. 3 L ' v l f Ul 1111:111. Ktlu llljll IIH'IUWSI * l " ll0 " 11 *l""l. Neither will approach the all- veteran White Snx pilot Al Lop??! He i-. probably most famous AT COLUMBINE- MQN. AFT. LADliS The scores: Cleo's Beauty Shop , Caper Club 2; Farmers Union 2, Snack Bar 1; Meadow Gold 1 T. T. Dist. 2; Columbine Bow Johnson's Town and Country Clary's 2, Austin and Austin VFW 3, Ramblers 0. Top team series: Columbin 1779. Top individual series: Norma Johnson 533. Top team game: Columbine 645. Top individual games: Lorenc Johnson 210. COLUMBINE The scores: Tcnnec* 4. Western TV 0: Ton From the 39 panelists who par cipated in the rookie balloting. Bull received 17 votes. Los Angeles' Merlin Olsen. the rninrv nm »· *, · Iore suiiermg a knee GOLDEN IAP) - New Mew* ^ runningahard [or weeks \estern handed Colorado Mines Cowan injured his knee in prac-, ts first basketball loss of the sea- lice before the Teias game and ·on 59-52 Tuesday night. j underwent surgery Nov. 18. Mustang guard Tom Ward hit aj Center Johnny Tatum, who had lair of free throws and a driving knee surgery Nov. 20. also is ex- ayup to give Western a 54-46 lead'pected to be able to get in shape with 3 minutes 49 seconds re-' " " ~ " maining. Mines had come back for the Orange Bowl contest as is o -- --« --,1.^ u «v Q guard Teddy Dodson, who sprain- !rom a 7-point deficit to tie the ed an ankle late in the season. "~ '" ' The availability of end Glen Condren, who bruised a knee in a voluntary drill last week, is ques gained SX) yards in 10 carries in Oklahoma's first two games be- .27. Mickey Boulter. VH, pinned Richard Straight, 30 seconds. 133, Jim Straight, CH, pinned Ken Mayer, 3:30: 138, Terr)' Won- enberg. CK, and George Root drew, M; 145, Valley High won y forfeit; 154. Valley High won by forfeit; 165, Wilbur Olin, VH, )inned Ron Crossaint, 1:43: 180, Valley High won by forfeit; hvy, Valley High won by 'orfeit. Sooners Return To Orange Bowl NORMAN', Okla. (AP) -- The Oklahoma Sooners, who will meet Alabama in the Orange Bowl Jan. , , ,, . v»u^« returns to the practice field nearby in the early 19th century. The parish council has plenty of support from residents for the eral games during the season be- speed limit, but a council spokes- cause of injuries, appeared ready man says: "We don't want to stop anyone using the lake for another attempt on the record. "It's all these amateurs roar- fore suffering a knee injury, has ing up and down the lake at week- t , , , , . ds that we want to get rid of," Portland (com lime record ot I7B poinLs i-ft by I'mil Hnrnung nf (Jreen Bay in !%o. Hornung. alsn the loaik-r in l%l wilh W (Minis, dioppcd gut (if Ihe racp due lo a knee injury who ended his big league playing '.·arerr in 1!M7 with Cleveland. Pesky. *-hn hit .307 in 1.2711 American League flumes, played wilh managers Birdip Tenbctls. :Sam Mrlo nml illv IliU-hrwk fur flrlil goals in one soavm when I his tiii.il lo 24 Sunday he i 1.--1U HUMVI O111L. lie lll'ld UIU' _, , ,, ball only a moment but thai was! J"? teiml S ame: S1 « le Groc cnniigh for Slauqh'.er. Pesliv ad- I' . . . . . . ··· · · . . . ' - . - i Top individual game: Cecil s broke Ihe NKI, record and"against rinlph'iiouk,' Kd"la- millcd lhc sk "" and *TM»c a isf,rl'ini! 2SS i pal and Mickey Vrrnnn Bob h '^ r ma !' '"'.' ''."'''" " loll S h i|: ' ___' by kicking tour in Ihe Stwlcrs' K-17 victory over Philadelphia. Tiiylfr remaiiis i!n- lop jjnmndj caincr wilh UIB yards in 249 n l - j li-ntpls. according In Irague ·Kalis-: lies released Wednesday Me also pacw the srnri'i5 «i!h Kill points as ronipnied lo 101 Inr ninii'.'r.up Ixiu Michaels nf Pittsburgh, .lim-i ir.v Hnnvn. whit led five .' Schclfmg nf the Tipcrs and Bill Angels arc Ihe only *· *""» S P° rt ' 3. Reese for havini; IHd a relay from the eiiltidd while Enat Slauchlpr ol Hio Cardinals da:-hcd home in Ihe 3. AI's TV 1. Top team scries: Sleele Groc : 12517. Outdoor Tips fcwkt Cwntry SharpsheXir Outdoorsmen in snake counln can use this tip if (hey carry ; ight sidearm. If you don't 'live n snake country but earn' a light sidearm just for the" fun of it, the tip is still good lor plen y of shooting sport. Idea is to carry a pocketful o oda bottle caps. When you fee. ike it, flip one out from you as ar as you can flip it, then draw » bead and shoot. If everytime you send it sail ng. snakes better steer clear o! yd. Inmrtub* Duck Blind Nail a three inch strip of in- iertube to the gunwale of your duck boat. Reeds and grass "held ccurely by the rubber will make ·ou a good hide. Iti Bex Smokt Houu Dandy smoke house is as easy o make as a trip to the local unk yard lo buy or take for the asking «n old ice box. Place fish or game to be smoked on regular wire racks and set a pan of hickory chips in a hot plate in the »Uom. Bust the latch so door only partially closes and you run no risk of a youngster getting trapped inside. Car Hood Dingy A small, light strong boat cam be made by welding the hoods of two oider model automobile.* together. Find any two that have a deep round boat shape and join open ends. Scat across seam stiffens the craft. Camp Clolhtspint A piece of fishing line boids up the clothes. Clothspins? Bobby- pins, of course. Raccoon Trap Put a 55 callon slcel drum next score at 46 all. Harold Howard led Western with 21 points. Ward had 14. Steve Harvey scored 14 to lead Mines. Boyd Watkins was next with 13. r ^^.^^ In the last minute Mines was this week and two next week be- tionable. called for three deliberate fouls and Western hit five of the six The Sooners plan three workouts gift tosses. fore being dismissed for Christ mas vacation. The team wfll leav mtij tatauuu. 11IC LCdlU Will It Ifor Miami on Christinas Day. NHL By THE ASSOCIATID No games scheduled Tuesday Today's Gttm New York at Chicago Thuriiy't Gamn Boston at Montreal New York at Detroit Materials -- InttallatloifcW All stylei .'' WELLER LUMBER CO, For Every Member of The Family! 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