Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 15
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Wed., Nov. 8, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page. 15 Big Ten May Be Out Of Rose Bowl Picture By TED SMITS ll-UCLA, Z-0 In Big-Five play, AiucLaM Prm Sports Editor Wins io have the Inside' track NEW YORK (AP)-The always;as the' Western learn, with the cloudy college football bowl pic- issue probably to be decided Nov. ture has a new element of un-25 in the game" with Southern certainly this year -- a Big Ten team may not be Invited to the biggest of them all, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. There California. Ohio State and Minnesota, unbeaten in the Big Ten, would seem to have first call, but Ken Hobton, a director of the Big is at least a fair chance Alabama Ten'Club of Southern California, might get the bid, . thinks the academic- Senate of The working agreement be- Ohio State might veto Iho game, twcen the West Coast and the'and lhal Minnesota might not Big Ten has expired, although want a repeat appearance. Minnesota was'Invited last year. There Is some disagreement within the Big Ten over the. game and All this points to Alabama as a possibility. COTTON, at Dallas, Jan. 1-the upshot could be. a switch by Top-ranked' Texas seems sure to the West Coast group to another,be host 'team. Alabama, Missis- area for the visiting team. S |p pfi Louisiana Stale,. Georgia Among the teams almost cer- Tec |, ami Auburn of the Southeastern Conference are all possi- lain to be Invited somewhere come the Ixiwl season arc Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana State and possibly Georgia Tech of the Southeastern Conference; all-conquering Texas of the Southwest Conference; Maryland and Syracuse on the Eastern seaboard and Army and Navy.if they con- blc opponents. SUGAR, at New.Orleans, Jan 1--The stands are segregated am no-teams with Negro players wil be'invited. That points to an all- Southeastern Conference game and again (he possibilities are Louisiana Stale,'Alabama, Missis descend to go. Any way the pie| sippi Georgia Tech and Auburn, is cut, Lhe5autltcastern Conler-i * v ' _ 5 · . . . ence gets the big bowl share. L°^ NG ft Mia TM. · J ?P- ^T Television is a big fader in lhc R* tc ^ m Wi \ l come lr TM lhc B] S bowl picture. Sponsors wanl p l 8 h . 1 ' b u t ftllls , does -P* havc to teams with colorful performers b « ^ conference, champion now and broad regional appeal. Since sha P 1T1 B «P as Colorado. If Col- Field Goal Gaining Stature in Colleges ..KB!* . . , HAWK ON THE 'WING -- Chicago Black Hawks center Bronco Hdrvath (9) flies over New York Ranger goalie Lorne Worsley as he-tries 'unsuccessfully to score in hockey game Oct. ·y JACK CLARY AtWlattd fntt SforH WrHtr . The field goal has become the ultimate weapon in close football ^ games this year as the college i footballers have adopted Iho pros !£5[ attitude, that three points is belter - W l h a n a long-shot chance for six. Almost two-dozen major college games have I)cm decided by ,'he field goal so far, with many j crucial conference and prestige Ratnes-.still Id come. , . . . " · '· | f' le ' rcn( l toward increased use of the ·three-pointer began when Ux! rule-nlakers widened'the goal wsts a*few years back instead of novlng Ihem 10 yards'forward lo 31 at -Stadium 'in. Chicago. At left is Al Langlois (·I), Ranger defenseman. Rangers won, 4-2. (AP Photo) ' I.. regional appeal. big nwney is involved, bowl selectors pay heed. This could work against such fine, unbeaten learns orado falls by. the wayside, then we have Missouri or Kansas." says Ernie Seilcr, Orange. Bowl Colorado and Rutgers. (president. Georgia Tech and Sy the major bowls TM cu . se are P° sslblc "PPpntnts to Here is how shape up: i ROSE, at Pasadena. Calif.. Jan. Sports Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By OO . UNDATED -- Texis look over No. u*3 n*ir.ed AT* Uncman a for tils p!ay la upicl of lop-r igan Male, HORSE SHOW NEW YORK - Argentina ·,,_ lions Cup -- its sixlh intersalional jump. . the Big Eight representative. GATOK. : at Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 30-- The goal is lo match a Southeastern team against one from the East. The Eastern group includes Maryland, Syracuse, Army and Navy. BI.UEBONNET, at Houston, 15-- One of the top South- MM,V aslcrn leams ing --- Is the National HOTS*' Show. rh; for one opponent, or possibly Navy. For the home team the runner-iip in lhc Southwest Conference will Be iSW'E 11 '- This collld ^ the winnel of Saturday's Rice-Arkansas con- 4 test. . . : . . . . LIBERTY BQWIv, at Phlladel; [phia,,.' : pec. 7 . Ifo-Maryland, -.Syra BRISBANE. Auslralia -- Datluit Hard CUSe, .,,VillaDOVa/-, RUtRefS, Army it Monnbclto, C.lit.. Ihe U.S. womin-i . . ','';.' - ,^ '' . * ' l T ^ . . ' Pro Football Will Remain in. Denver, Griff ing' 1 Professional football will stay In Denver, Bronco General Manager Dean Gritfing told the 'Greeley Quarterback Club Tuesday at its luncheon at the Trinily Episcopal HalJ. - · - - . : · Already lhc Broncos' gross revenue from home game "e'xceeds ast year's revenue, and they still lave.ithree gatr.es. to' play) at Bears Staudium, Griffing- said.-' The status of the Broncos was uncertain last-year unlli a change in management was ma'de.^ Griffing said; another year'or two 'professional football shoulc really catch on in Denver. ' ;' ' About the Broncos, Gritting sak they mad* several mistakes lasl Sunday against Houston, although statistically lhc Broncos did a fine Job. Houston won 55-14. For instance, Griffing said Denver had 32 offensive-plays lo Houston's eight in one period, ye the' Broncos failed to score ant lined far ahead in (he Learn rao the United Slates f!n:sh.ne third. BASEBALL CHICAGO -- Shortstop Luis Aparklo of th« Chicago IVfclle Sox signed his 1962 upsel by SUIe eft a trallhl irlj in by npkm. Robyn Ebbern. B A S K E T B A L L ntJRilAM. N. C. -- Duke basketball itar Art Hejman was convicted of ir.d uaa fined 525 ar.rt costs. R A C I N G BALTIMORE -- Jo* Nbllcr and Unas (Pony) 'McAfee Mpre named lo the liouM Jockeys Kail of Fame. 'NEW YORK - Brookffeld Sum*'* In- ly (U.90) survived ...._ ..... the $n-»0 Sport . .it Aqueduct-*t*re BmUa Ban* rodj* a Br.d won at An Irip'e. Basketball Eqiip. S A R G E N T SHOP 1015 8ttl Ave. EL 3-4587 and rjpyy: ar,eyb?6l- prospects-for host learn/-For opponents,-one o the tough ,-Soulheastern . Confer once. teams, is being considerec along with Rice, Utah State, Mi ami. of Florida, North Carolina and Duke. GOTHAM, at New York, Dec --Army and Syracuse have been invited. Both are proving coy Maryland, Miami of Florida, 'and Georgia Tech are possibilities. Coming as it does the week after the NCAA television program concludes with the Army-Navy game, this new bowl has a momentum TV audience that could help. in landing a'major .attraction. MEET TOP BRONCO PLAYERS IN PERSON at the Top Store For Men! Friday from 3 p.m. fo Houston got three touchdowns. Attending the luncheon wilh Griffing; were oublicists Pau llanasseh and Bill Reed of Den ver and Dick -Burdick of San Diego. The Broncos entertain San Diego Sunday. !·Pro "Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday Results NBA' Cincinnati 123, New York 98 Los Angeles 127, St. Louis II 1 ABL Hawaii 91, Washington 76 Pittsburgh'105, Chicago.90 Los Angeles 110, San Francisc 88 ' ' ' ' Wednesday Games . NBA New .York vs. Chicago at De :roi[ Philadelphia at Detroit. St. Louis at Los Angeles ABL Cleveland at Kansas City TriurWay Games NBA Detroit vs. Boston at Philade phia' Syracuse at Philadelphia ABL. Chicago vs. Pittsburgh at Wash inglon Hawaii at Washington Cleveland at San Francisco. 5 p.m. in Cooperation with Broncos ' and Station KFKA Kids: G e t your B r o n c o Stars' Autograph at Gregory's -- remember you must, bring one parent with you! Choice Seals for Sunday's Bronco- San Diego game are on sale at GREGORY'S Siylists for Men 813 8th Sf. Coach Says The rUay: Oreeley 13, Fort Mar 9 an It. " !· Fridiy: Cellefe Hrgti ^'Valley Hiah 13. -· ' . v . ; Saturday: Celerade St«t. J7, dette Stat. tt. , . The Schedule ' : ' Friday: Sterling at .GreeWy, 7:4S p.m. . '.'· Saturday: South' Djk»t« Celerade State,-1:M p.m, CoKh BUI' Trimble, .. Hlfh: - Against Valley High we opked as good as any time this ear.' We produced our best of- ensive show. And our .p"ass de^ ense excelled. We intercepted two ind knocked down a couple of oth- :rs. -. . This "game concluded our season, and we'll lose six starters for next season. We won't have as much depth next year because of a lack of a junior high program. However, we do hope to have a ninth grade of junior high football program next year. Coach Bali Kula, Grulty: Stering' will be one. of .our tougher james! Sterling has as big a high school football team as'ever"as- sembled. But the.Tigers have been upsy-dowris'y~ They .were'upsy for Aurora, '.bialing the Trojans, 153. .- i T L f C ·' ; } . t ' « : There are several 200-pounders n Ihe Sterling, line, and a couple Df them are^'in the 250s. The 'smallest back is 160 pounds. We'played 28 kids against Fort Morgan will) injuries' sidelining Bryan Brooks and Hcrm Libsack. This week we'll probably have Bob Sitzman for only a little ac lion if any. C»ach' Joe Lindahl, Colerade State: With Bulch Gardner back, Ihe balance to our backfield returned. When he was hurl we lost 3 lot. When Butch came back, I had a hunch we could upset Idaho State., A couple of weeks I.ago I said we had a good buncji of kid:, who maintained high morale despite the losses. And Saturday they were getting the three yards for the first downs. Idaho State wasn't sure Gardner would play, and after a while in the game, we weren't sure how long he'd play. The players In the other color shirts got over anxious sometimes. It was'iny first win over Idaho Stale, and am reai'happy. Idaho Stale was a gracious loser. Pawnees Slate Annual' Banquet The Platte Valley Pawnee Arch ery Club'will hold its annual ban quet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Tea House. ... ' . Reservations may be made by Saturday and by contacting Bell) Woolman, ELgin' 2-3409. he goa] line. So'far.'.the Southeastern . and Southwest conferences have been he key users of the field goal. Durwood Penntngton of Georgia ins won three gomes for the Bulldogs .with his accurate kicking, one a 52-yard shot that beat Ken ;ucky-16-15. This came alter lie had made one from 47-yards only lo have a five-yard penalty nullify Ihe goal and force his longer range boot. At Southern Mclbodlst, John Richey kicks 'em barefoot if he has to. He beat the Air Force 9-7 breaking a 13-game victory "The learns all arc trying ' to irolcct themselves against lhc wo-point situation," says SMU Coach Bill Meek. "And a Held goal docs it,' Greg Mather,' Nnvy's fine end, at Notre Dame 13-10 last week vilh a 22-yard field- goal, his sec- of the. game, and eighth of he year. He kicked three in one ;ame, a 37-19 win over Detroit. "Any. lime we get within shooing distance, he's a threal nnd iliootlng distance for him is any- vhere across tire 50," says Navy Coach Wayne Hardin of Mather. 'That lakes a lot of pressure M our quarterbacks." STARK'S * Beautiful ~k Luxurious Outerwear By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Honolulu--Danny Brown, IMBi, Manila, outpointed Cuale Sanchez, 128%, Mexico, 10. ,, . -. Election of officers will be held drougllt for (hc Muslangs, with a at ihe banquet. Chet March is out going president. The annual club championshij award "will be presented. And special awards will be given for the first/.deer -bagged during Colorado's, preseason hunt for archers and far the largest buck bagged'. R. W. Klingenberg and Herb Nigg, Greeley archers,- bagged deer-dur. ing the preseason hunting. Chuck Rcische, Colorado Stale Archery Assn. president, will attend. 30-yard barefoot sliot. Occidental Lodge No. 20 A,F. 4 A.M. ThurB., Nov. 9th, 7:30 p.m. R e g u l a r M e e t i n g R e f r e t h m e n t l , NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS · Tuesday Results Chicago 6, Toronto. 0 WELD CO. FISH WILDLIFE ASSN., INC. PUBLIC MEETING Thurs., Nov. 9, 8:00 p.m, COMMUNITY BUILDING CHARLES HAYES will speak on migratory waterfowl and wet lands. Also Movie. Have you heard about the new rifle range for members? 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The Pat is also the quarterback, Pat Tramirlel!. This combination has led Coach Bear Bryant's team to,a 7-fl record, and has helped it to tie ranked No. 2 in The .Associated Press 1 latest poll after'whomping Mississippi Stale last Saturday, 24-0. Mike? fullback He is a quick-driving by the name of Mike foil to the speed, deception and 222 SIZE 7.50-U BLACKWALL TIMELESS WHITEWALLS ONLY TWO DOLLARS MORE A PAIR All elements have blended pre cisely. Trammell is ranked fifth nationally in tola] offense with 056 yards running and passing, and 11th in passing with 730 yards in completing M of S3 attempts. Alabama is second nationally In GUARANTEED AGAINST Road Hazards in all 50 States and Canada Oar Winlfr Triads, idjnti/lTM by Medallion and shop mark, a G U A R A N T I E D 1, Alaiiul fcr*cls in *DIK- manlKfo and material) durinjr lift of tread'. 2, A f f a i m t nofnul road hazards (except rrpairabla puittluresi encountered in everyday paw*n2«r car uu [or 12 months. 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