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Page 12 GRRELEY TRIBUNE Tues., Nov. 7, 19811 Buffs Still Eighth . . , Texas Takes Top Spot in AP Poll By JACK HAND Associated Prtt» Sf»r\t Wrlttr Texas marched into (irst place in the weekly Associated Press poll of a 48-man committee of sports' writers and sporlscaslers Itrsdnv after both Michigan Stale find Mississippi were upended. Michigan State had ruled the roost tor Ihree weeks. The unbeaten .Texas Longhorns, 27-0 winners over Southern Methodist for Iheir seventh strafghl. as- slimed the lead with only three games to play. Alabama, nlso unbeaten in seven, took over second position by drubbing Mississippi Slate 24-0. Ohio Stale, -29-13 winner over lo wn bolted into (bird place in the big shuffle. · Louisiana Stale, 10-7 conqueror of previously unbeaten Mississippi, advanced lo Ihe No. 4 slot am Minnesota, which knocked Michi gaii Slate out of the unbeaten class 13-0, look over fifth. The points are figured on the basis of 10 for first, 9 for SCCOIK and so on down lo one for 101 h place. Oil that basis, Texas has 473 points and Alabama 410. There are no pairings Involving teams from the top ten in Ihi week's schedule. The only unbeaten, untied club In the top · Ion are Texas, Ala bama and Colorado, Ohio State |! ha: nol lost but wa_s tied by Texas Christian. · -- -·-- The lop learns with first-place oles in parentheses: 1. Texas (35) 2. Alabama (6) 3. Ohio Stile (7) 4. Louisiana State 5. Minnesota 6. Michigan Slnto 7. Mississippi 8. Colorado, · 9. Georgia Tech 10. Missouri 0":ci's receiving votes ulah State and Kahsas. Included! Texan Coach Not Impressed AUSTIN, Tex. (AP)-With Michigan Stale and Mississippi likely out of the first Ihrce. nationally ranked teams, Texas may move up from its No. 3 position of last week. Royal saki Monday he is not impressed by national rankings. . "I don't see how Ihey can say somebody's No. 1 over somebody else," he said. "We can't compare teams right here in our own conference. It is even more foolish to compare them on a national scale. Orange Bowl To Extend Early Bid To Georgia Tech ' · ' · " · · · ·, . . ATLANTA (AP)-Word fillerec Ihrough from Miami Monday that the Orange Bowl .Selection Com mlltee, ready to gamble tha! Georgia Tech will finish the sea son with an 8-2 record, will extent an early bid lo the Yellow Jack ets. "Tlie sw.ing lo Tech, which bea Florida 20-0 Saturday, is so strong that the Orange Bowl commille is expected to extend an immedi ale bid without wailing^o see how the seventh-ranked Engineers fsr against Alabama, Nov. 18," Jim my Burns, sports editor of th Miami Herald, wrote in Sunday' edition. Tech improved its record lo 6- against Florida but still must fac Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia three tough, traditional rivals. Schools can't accept bowl inv lotions "officially until their las regular season game, in Tech' case Dec. 2, when Georgia is the foe here. But schools have bee known to agree informally to make bowl appearances long Se- fore their schedule is completed. '"We're interested in going to a bowl, of course," Coach Bobby Dodd said. "We are always interested. \Vc like to go lo bowls. 1 Texas Keeps Statistical leadership NEW YORK (AP)--The powerful Texas Longhorns lead Ihe na^ lion's major c o l l e g e football teams in total and rushing yard age for the third' conscculive week. , the Longhorns have an "average 325 yards rushing and 431 over-all while compiling an unblemished record for. seven games. They gained 431 yards--their exact'sea- son's average--In .beating SMU last Saturday, according lo stalls- lies compiled by the NCAA Service Bureau. Mississippi, which was knocked from the unbeaten ranks by Louisiana State, remained the run- erup in total offense witli a 417.7 verage followed by Utah Slate 37.6 and New Mexico Stale 372.9, The Detroit Titans still hold a ommanding lead over Mississippi passing. Detroit has averaged 18.2 yards a game lo Ole Miss' 79.4. Mississippi has passed for Ihe nip'st'touchdowns, 15, and has the awest average of interceptions, 8 on only' four interceptions'In Vi'pilches. · Duke's Blue Devils retained leir lead in aerial accuracy, heir passers have connected on of 117 for a ..598 percentage. Utah Stale has the highest'scor- Minn. Has No Illusions White Flags a.fj6w£ , Bjr OHRY NCLJON i MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Miime-|sota iota's ·ren'l about white flags of truce, flying at Iowa next Saturday. The Gophers; fresh from a 13-fl trouncing of Ihe nation's No. 1 . team--Michigan State--journey lo "I guess Ihey haven't forgotten Iowa City to take on the Hawk-;lhat game up here last year." 1 !·*· Kiwcktd Off Pmwcl* of last year't Iowa lots lo Mimw-la 47-10 shocker that knocked ri;;a off the No. '1- pinnacle la a Hear- rocktag, socking Gophers' "They're really gonna be wait- harboriog any Illusions ing for us." said Bobby Lee Bell, ' · ~ ' ' ' » big tackle who bulwarks the Minnesota .defense by managing lo get in on most of the tackles anywhere on the field. . eyes In a long-lime rivalry sea- i soned with the ·stinging memory] . Few have forgotten the game, Syracuse Coach Says Ace HB Being Mauled By Opposition against Colgate, Noire Dame and ·y JACK HAND Pr*ii Vrt, . NEW YORK (AP) -- Syracuse; football Coach Ben Schwartzwalder said Monday th«' opposition -is Boston College. . . . Schwartzw alder rates Davis.on the same level .with Brown. nic might be a little culer,' he .'just mobbing this kid Ernie Da- aid, "Maybe Jimmy,had a little" vis" : by piling on after the half- ' ·'--"·--- "--=- -WHT K0*f ...HOVtMMt I V H 1961 PHEASANT SEASON PHEASANT SEASON: East Slope - November 11-16; West Slope - November. 11-14, See post season and extended seasons on above map. Bag Limit: The daily bag limit on pheasants shall be three cocks-statewide. The possession limit east oNIhe Continental Divide shall be nine cocks; ivesl'of (he Conlincnlal Divide and Ihe San Luis Valley shall be six cocks. F6r children under fifteen hunting without, a small game license, Ihe daily bag limit shall be one cock, Hunting Hours: 8:00 a.m. to sunset. Weapons: Pheasants may be taken only by means ol slwlguns. Evidence of Sex: Tlie evidence of sex must be retained on birds. Head and head plumage must remain altnched. License: A Colorado small game license ($2.00 resident; $10,00 nonresident' IB required. Children under fifleen need no license, but are restricted as to bag limit. ng average, 38.1 "points a gam- or eight outing?. back has hit the ground.. . L Although Davis .has gained 580 yards in 108 carries this year for a 5.4-yard average and has erased most of Jimmy Brown's Syracuse records, Schwartzwalder .said his ace is laking an awful healing "because they pile on more lhan they did in Brown's days." "1 don't mind if Ihey hit him when he is s t a n d i n g up, Schwartzwalder said, "But when tie is on the'ground that is some thing else." :' · Schwartzwalder appeared at the ·eckly meeting of the New York Football Writers and spoke wilh eporters afler Ihe meeting'. '"Davis is the target, probably more than Brown,~because he is ur football team," he said. "1 is just murder the way,they get iway with piling on. When officials say, 'Your leam s doing'It too,' 1 tell them if we are give us the penalty treat menl." j Davis, 22, a 6-fool-2, 212-pound senior from Elmira, N.Y., gainei 19 yards in 22 carries in Satur day's 28-9 victory over Pitt. Hi wo louchdowns gave him a ca reer total of 194 points to Brown': .87 and 2,143 rushing yardage ! Browns 2,024. The former Syra case ace, now a star of the pro Cleveland Browns ouchdowns In his ready -liac 31 wilh games to go more- power; I would say their peed is reasonably comparable. "Brown was practically Inde- (ructiblc. Ernie has laken an aw- ul pounding, starling wilh Oregon state in the opener. He hasnt jeen-able Jo throw a pass for hree weeks but his shoulder has :omc around so that I think he will throw against Colgate Saturday.' 1961 QUAU. SIA5QN QUAIL SEASON: See open areas and dates'.on above'map. Bag Limit: Ihe daily bag and po_r session limit shall be eight quail in (he aggregate, except for children under the age of fifteen, hunting without a small game license, Ihe daily bag and possession limit shall be four quail i!i"lhe aggregate. Hunting. Hours: 8:00 Devaney Sees Tough Game Agairist Lobos LAHAMIE, ,w|yo. (AP) -- Try- Ing to seek the effects of Arizona's 20-16 viclory last weekend, Coach Bob Devaney subjected the Cow pokes lo a workout in 30 degree weather Monday. He looks for a lough game Sat urday with, New Mexico at Albu querque. Devaney' praised Arizo na's backfield speed and added "New Mexico's offense is just as . |day at Springfield College, where Devaney pointed out New Mexi- [(__, gam( , was devised and flrsl co has a psychological advantage p] avei ] on a roughly marked court -riding on a 2-game winning w i ,__ p__ ach basl _ ets for goa i s . streak. Although the Pokes look a 13-3 decision over New Mexico a.m. to sunset. Weapons: Quail may be taken · only by means of shofguns; License: A Colorado : small game license ($2.00. resident; $10.00 nonresident) is required. Children under fifleen need no license, but are restricted as lo bag limit. ' duplkate of last Saturday's performance by the surprising Gophers. They don't come any bigger for hese two teams who battle for Floyd of Rosedale, a bronze pig aid on the line years ago when eelings ncared the boiling point. '·I started : lhinking about Iowa Saturday night, just after Ihe Michigan Slale game," mused wilfback Dave Mulholland, one of he many standout in last week's ·ictory.- ·'·'·.- "Of all Ihe games, this is the one we wan.t most." It's not hard to guess they are thinking "along the same lines in Iowa; which/kept half the Big Ten title last year but probably lost a Rose Bowl bid with the loss to the, Gophers'. : Minnesda Coach Murray Warmath is showing--for a coach- considerable optimism about the Iowa game. The way^Warmalh rears it, "beat- Minnesota' has oeen the war cry in the Hawkeye camp since spring practice. The Gophers, 4-0, are tied with Ohio Stale" (or the Bi^ Ten lead with Ihree conference gomes to "He's the best back In Ihe coun ry," said the coach. "Now'tha we have some of our cripples tack lo lake come of the heat of Davis, he should show what he con do. Penn State had three men on him. Pitt had two. Maybe we are working up to the point where hey will have only one or it the most two on him.' Kansas Holds Top Position In Statistics Blanda Leads AFL Passing DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - George Blanda, a veteran of 12 years in the pros, leads Ihe American Foot- 70th Anniversary of Basketball Observed SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) --I Naismith, a young instructor at The 70th anniversary of the birth Ihe college in 1891, devised the was observed Mon- game to keep his gym class busy on a cold New England fall. day. He posted a set of 13 rules on the gymnasium door and askec the janitor for two boxes to serve A 'special commemorative pro as goals. Ycaxa Led Shoemaker hind two years ago lo beat the Lobos. If Ihe Pokes can win Saturday Ihey will be assured of at least a tie for' the Skyline Conference crown. Utah is now lied with Wyo- gram honored (he game's inven-j The best the janitor could dif were two peach baskets, nailet each' end of the gymnasium · . g l u m »v,u*,u iu\- £*....- " » « · * - · last year, Devaney recalled how ( James Naismi .h, as well as u Wyoming had lo come from be- _.,,____. of the . great p i a _,. cr ' s ot (be hind two years ago lo beat the ,,,,( ,,,,] nr .co n t \t past and present. mmg. . End- Bob Knight was missing [Thus was, the game of- basket A highlight of the activities' was.ball :born and'named! the laying of a cornerstone for! Ihe' $400,000 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame building. Another high.point was the is suance of a special four-cent commemorative slamp by the Post |Ldrscheid Holds .;Skyline Leads p i M n v T M V I A D I TK. * from P rac( i ce and '* is doubtful Office Department. ti,.\io.M, IN.U IA i-ine aay h i s hip inju| , y w ___ a , 1()W hjm , 0 A _. sjs _ ant p 05(mas t er General the Belmont thoroughbred mee!-^^ salurday. Tackle Howard Ralph W. Nicholson issued Ihe ing closed, jockey Manuel Ycaza Collin g l practice hut New York season. He won in the next few days. Center first stamps to members of the »y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Utah State's Tom Larscheid still leading Skyline Conferenc backs in rushing and scoring, now Prep Football Schedules Nwttwrn' Friday ball League, in passing for the first time. The Houston quarterback, cen ler of an Oiler surge that has his club fighting for the Eastern Division championship, completed 11 of 35 passes for 263 yards am three louchdowns against Denver unday to take over Ihe lop spot H» succeeded Jackie Lee of Hou ton, who dropped to third place Sterling at Greeley. 7:45 p.m Fort Collins at Boulder. Engiewood at Aurora. Longmont at'I-oveland. Sarurday Statt Clan A Pltyorh Rifle at Lafayette, 2 p.m. State Cl«ti B Playoffs Ault at Middle Park (Granby), 2 p.m. Erie vs. Limon at Ixingmont, ! p.m. St«t« 1-M.n PUy*«* Grover vs. Peetz at Wei dona 1:30 p.m. _ ^ . . . . . _______ . . . . . . . rode his IMlh winner of lhel_, is knee in ] ury was expected to Naismilh family, including two| ha s 1alien ovef in P unt returns sons of the game's inventor: as wcl1 riding title at the Nassau County yjnce Zimmer, scheduled lo report James S. Naismith of Corpus! The lalest league statistics re- track with 30 winners, three Monday for active duly at Ft.jChristi, Tex., and John C. Nai-j__?as?d Tuesday by Commissioner more than Willie Shoemaker. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD! Ex-Major Pitcher Roy Hartzell, 80, Dies in Golden GOLDEN, Cok. (AP)-Roy A iHartzell, 80, once a pitcher for the Lewis, Wash., received a 15-day!smith of Kpnsas City, Mo. (Paul W. Brechler put Larscheid's St. Ixiuis Browns and utility play er for the New 'York Yankees extension due to a recurring an-; The chief speaker of the day,|riish!ng yardage at 600 yards, his kle injury. J Buffs Plan Only 1 Lineup Change j He decried what he lermed the BOULDER .'Colo. 'AP) -- Colo-jlow slate of professional sporls rado plans only one lineup change, 'which he said hns led to basket- KitEY Harry W. Frcy or 1542 10th Are. Services 1(1:30 a.m. Thursday f r o m Macyi D r a w i n g Room. I n l e r m e n t Sunset Memorial Gardens. GINTHKR Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gin- the- of 1218 3rd Ave. Services 2 p.m. Thursday from St. Paul's Congregational Church. Inlerment Linn Grove. Skyscene FLOWER RANCH · 'Arrangement* · Sprayt · Plants 2418 19th AVI. EL 3 IMS Owner, H«rold Adeock Dr. Glenn A. Olds, president otjscoring at 63 poinjs and punt re- Springfield College, said "Confu- turns at 153 yards. jsion, contradiction and conformity] Eldon Fortie of Brigham Young, jare destroying the spirit that;returning to action following an jprompled Naismilh to invent Ihcj'nj'jry, pushed his total olfsnse leadership to (77 yards. But New Mexico's Jim Cromartie, wilh 619 yards, is close behind. of ba=keibaii." THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas,' with its hopes for an Orange Bowl'berth somewhat diminished; hpS becomY'lbe' power;, scored 2o house of th«w Big-'iEigW Confer- day. Davis al-. c ' nce ..- . r . J.co'H n ·«_(!._· ·· · The Jayhawks 'ranked'tourth in he league on,,Oct. 8 on total Of- ense wilh an avera'ge o'f 218 yards ^ game. Defensively, they ranked ast after allowing their opposition an average of 315 yards a game. These statistics were reflected in he won-Iost column. Kansas' had managed nothing better than a tie wilh Wyoming while absorbing defeats by Texas Christian and Colorado. A . '. . ' ". ' Since then,- Kansas has 'our straight. Today, the Jay- hawks boast a total offense of 1,941 yards or an average of 277.3 yards a game. At the same time their defenses.have tightened con siderably. They have yielded an average of 236 yards a game for 7 games or 79 yards less than in the first three games. Colorado, the Big Eight'leader and to p. prospect for the Orange go. Halfback Bill Munsey, back in action . after. an injury layoff, scored both touchdowns against the Spartans on a 1 lateral and pass from.fellow townsman Sandy Stephens. Both are from. Union- own, Pa. On L«l»-G»ip TD "We've never had a team play - wo games as good back to back as we did against Michigan and Michigan Stale,' Warmalh said. The Gophers dumped Michigan 23-20 on a last-gasp touchdown ,wo weeks ago. 1 Warmath says some teams have \ letdown after a savory viclory like the one against MSU, "but I doubt that our leam will let down.' But it has' happened, One week after Minnesota's 1960 victory over Iowa, the Gophers went into an obvious tailspln and lost to Purdue, . ; The. Gophers 'came out of the Michigan Stale game in good physical shape, with the exception of halfback Jim Cairns, who bruised an ankle. The defending national cham- ion Minnesota ns swung into prac- .ice with a slogan'of their own, roitcd by quarterback Sandy Sle- hens, -.whose personal comeback Torn a mediocre start has paced :he Gophers! Said Ihe Pennyslva- nia husky of the letdown talk: ·"Not this-week.- Man, this is Iowa." Sports Notes _ _ _ Blanda has completed 87 of 180j Bowl| is second in' total offense passes for 1581' yards wid 16 wit h a 258.7 yard average in 6 ouchdowns. Ed Song in of Boston another old-tinier, is second with 72 of 150 for 1088 yards. Other leaders held their places vith Lionel Taylor of Denver top- ling the pass-receivers wilh 67 catches for 780 yards; Paul Lowe of San Diego leading the ground- gainers with 655 yards on 125 runs, and GIno Cappcllettl of Boslon the scoring leader wilh 110 points. Ron Burton of Boston leads in iickoff returns with eight for an average of 30.3, Dick Christy oi New York lops in punt returns with nine for a 28.7 average. Charles McNeil of San Diego has stolen seven passes for 317 yards to lead In pass interceptions. Billy Atkins of Buffalo leads the punters with a 4o.4 yards average on James. R. E. Peters, execulive director of Ihe conference, was asked Wen- day if the league champion was awarded the bowl id. He explained that under contract, the Orange Bowl selection committee has the right to reject the champion and select :he team it feels would provide a better contest. As a result Kansas and Missouri could still win the bowl bid. BOLOGNA, Italy (AP)--Orlando Sirola, a key member of Italy's Davis Cup tennis team, said Monday he will be able lo play against Australia in the challenge round next monlh. Siroia's right elbow has been bothering him for months. After Italy beat the United States in the Davis Cup Inlerzone Final last month, doctors said he might have to undergo surgery. But Monday Ihe 6-fool-7 giant apparently re- Other statistical leaders this i«d Friday. sponded to cortisone injections arid that doctors have decided he will not need an operation. PHILADELPHIA. (AP -- John Carle Parry Jr., 75, secretary of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association, week include Missouri on team defense. The Tigers have allowed 1,223 yards in 7 games or an average of only 173 a game. Iowa State's Dave Hoppmann tops. the individual leaders. The Cyclone tailback is No; 1 in rush- 51 boots. ing hi the league and No. 1 in the nation on total offense. DALLAS, Tex: (AP) - Houston H e has carried the ball stepped up its offense and San times for a total of 787 yards. He Diego its defense in the Ameri died Sunday following a heart at can Football League last week. lack. Houston moved farther out'of 1,268 yards. also has completed 27.of 58 pass os for 41 yards or a total The funeral will be held at 2:Mi(ront in offense, running Us av- Dennis Claridge of Nebraska is p.m. Wednesday in the Woods erage to 438 yards per game--20 the top punier with a 39.9 yard Mortuary Chapel in Golden. yards more. The Oilers do most ' Harlzell, a native of Golden,iof their moving in the air, show- played baseball for the Browns in ing 318 yards passing. average on 29 punts. , Leon Mavity ot Colorado is the leader in punt returns with a 30- !9M and 1909. He was a member | San Diego, the unbeaten leader yard average on 6 runbacks. of the Yankees for the following 10 of the Western Division, is sling |yenrs. Ulah Slate continues to domin-j I" 1919 Hartzell went to Casper, ate teani play, leading in everyjWyo., and played baseball Iwo bringing senior Jim Perkins up lo ball betting scandals, right tackle, for Saturday's nor,-| More than 2,000 persons atteml-' Cil [ C g or y conference football game with cd the ceremonies, among "·--'' ·· Utah here. Coach Sonny Grandclius said , Monday Perkins, a 2-year letter-;"" *__?"· ", 1891. He received a , w ^. CoVbbys. fied^^ Colo.'standing ov.itinn. ' - * ' ier than ever on defense. The John Hadl of Kansas has taken over as the scoring leader with 5 tighlfistcd Chargers have given-touchdowns for 30 points. He up only 223 yards per outing, ofjedged out Colorado's Jerry Hille for the Midwest Refining which just 89 are on rushing. jbrand who has 29 points on Iwo man. was outstanding in ry except forward passing.seasons for lne MioVest Refining which just 89 are on rushing. jbrand who . The Aggies, averaging 103|Co. leam. \Yhen Standard Oil CoJ San Die^o is in second place on touchdowns, jRaymond P..Kaighn, 93. sole sur-jy ar( t,. _, game, trail Monlana with of Indiana purchased Midwest in offense, averaging 337 yards per field goals, vivor of lhat first basketball gamc'nj 5 y 3n ) s gained passing. 'W, Hartzell became assistantlgame. iplant. I conversions and S ., h uta f leader-h ···- ..... -- --- --------- o ··· ----- , , _ . , " » _· ,. · .· ·· W H U VJLBU Lnoic ivrt i^iuvi c rado's 7-6 victory over Missouri A total of 44 are now in h e , i l h fmlr cmlmnct victories, no Saturday. He replaces Bill Frank.'Baskcthall Hall of fame. All hut _ d ,_ rank ^^ j n . . _ _ suffered a pinched neck^ree of Ihe living members were; ^ _ _,_,_,,__ ,,,_. A - . ' 6 -' I P J iresent Monday. I who nervi Both Frank and Ralph Heck, ai sophomore who suffered a shoul-| Barber Hot and Cold der bruise, worked out during a 90-mim.le drill Monday featuring! PORTLAND, Or,. (AP) -PGA running plays against dummies, i champion Jerry Barter, captain (irandflms warned Colorado, un-: 01 l n = "s "yder - ll P { " m - sllft jj plot ions good for S28 yarls. Utah's in six games, Ihnt Uloh'sja course record C4 in Ihe sowwwl;_,____, p^.^, ,_. _·___. ,,___,_,__ _ n xpcc'ted to re- round of Hie.Portland Oprn. Hnw-! r _, n ,j v || manager of the Casperj Houston ranks third in defense, jbehind New York. The Oilers are gies lead. With exception of kfckoff turns, individual leaders are changed. · i Gary Hertzfeldt of Ulah is Ihe passing pnceselter with 35 corn- He was transferred to Chicago j a]low Ing 300 yards per game, m 1929 as assistant safety mana-[New York 285. ger for Standard Oil of Indiana,' a' job from which he retired in 1946. Survivors include the widow, jElla, and a daughter, Mrs. Russell Redskins can he cxp bound following Iheir 21-lfi upset loss Salurday lo New Mexico, day he run - [ a ) ,'ing \vilh 24 caught for a !»· I yards. hie. When his Imll wound up nsxt f,;]\ \vright of Brjgham .Young, lo a tree on tho second hole !ic as from lne »ea»on's slart, Is Ibe I" Ftrmtf J«k«y TtJ Atfclmm missed a left-handed swing. H?j| 0 p punier wilh a 42.8-yard aver- \f Ihe onj) rider to win the look a 7.UHe shared 17th place 8ge, Paul Allen of BYU has laken with George Bayer. Fach earned'over (he lead In kickorf returns Iwith 291 yards on C returns, Vosburgh Handicap Ihree limes. He won in 1*M, 1946 and 1953. NHL ·y THE ASSOCIATED MESS No games scheduled . Tv*W«y Caimi Toronto at Chkgao Winnd«y fiamvt Hoslon at New York Ex-Rose Bowl Star VANCOUVER (AP) - Quarter-j back Bob Schloredt, hero of two Hos« Bowl games, Mid Monday he is considering quilting football for. df nUstry. He made the comment following Ihe end of tht 16-g»roe Western Football Conference schedule, din Ing which, he spent most of his Parry was a past president of be Middle Slates Lawn, Tennis .ssociatkm and Ihe Pennsylvania nstitute of Public Accountants. He is survived by a son and three daughters. LONDON (AP)-Jack Solomons, Iritish boxing promoter, said tlonday'he will leave for Sao 'aulo, Brazil, Nov. 13 to make inal plans for a world bantam weight title fight between Irishman John Caldwell and Brazil's Eder Jofre. Solomons plans to put on the Caldwell-Jofre fight in the second or third week in January. Caldwell is recognized as world cham.- pton in Europe and Jofre in friost parts of America. KYOTO, Japan (AP) -- Masao Gondo of Japan unleashed a hard left-right combination in the fifth round Monday night and knocked out Sema Trihutar of Thailand in a non-tiile bout. Sema weighed 159-% pounds, Gondo !5«. in t t t i q y BOSTON (AP) - Mike Holovak FORT COLLINS (AP) - Head Coech Don (Tuffy) MuUisoo,| aI )d unbeaten in "their new coach- whose footb«ll teams at Colorado ing roles, are headed for a na- State llnrftrslty have lost 14 tkmally televised (ABC) show- games i n ' a raw, was hanged In down Sunday, cffi'y early Monday on campus.| Holovak coaches Ihe leading Eight of Ike CSU losses havejBoston Patriots and Umm the been this «*·»·. Mullison h as j runner-up Houston Oikrs. The been coach here since I9GA and,learns meet for Eastern Division his overall record Li 1» wins, a honors In'the American Football losses. / League at Houston. The "hanging" was from a tree! Hotovak's club has a 3-0-1 rec- in the Oval at the center of Ihe'ord since he look'over the head Cnnr\\ Tnffv V.UUtn l U M y USE THI TRIIUNE WANT first y;ar in professional football campus. The sluffed form was re- coaching reins from !/)« Saban. * rfefewrve buck with the Brlt-'moyed shortly after it appeared: l^mrn nss n 3-fl mark Ish Columbia Lions. 1st about 1 a.m. jRymkus' successor, tl

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