Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 24, 1955 · Page 4
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Down The Lanes Greeley is losing Wayne Todd, who has d o n e . m u e h to put this area on the statewide bowling map. Todd is eoing to t'orl Collins, where he'll be director of the Colorado AM lanes. He is scheduled to la'-c his new post after the first of the year. men's state bowling association, has been a big factor in giving Greeley bowling activities the most complete' news coverage, in the state. He has a daily radio program, unique for a town of Greeley's size. He has made available the facts he has gathered to others, including this paper. Ho has even preserved the majur events photographically; he's a cameraman of professional calibre. . Few wh6 bowl realize the extent to which Todd has tiven his time iritl energy to the sport. His wife, Trudv, has also taken «n active hand in bowling activities liero ard is the new president of the slate x-omcn's bowling" association. Betides having organizational ability, both the Todds are good bowlers, too. ' ': . . Greeley will miss 'em bbid.' · » * In action [he past wee): o. the league fronts, Glenn Roberts took the spotlight wilh 20S-243-200-- 617, tecond high scries of the year. He jot his series for Coors in the Bowlorado Major league. Season's high series is 677 by Richard Schrriidl. A look around the leagues: . Commercial Jim Failing whined to a 218-191191--600 fof Horton's to set the pace. His team grabbed a 4-0 win over Kinney's and stretched its lead to rniff sarnes as Garden City Linnor, over Reynolds Farm put it one game behind Sinclair; Freeman's is still three games behind Maytag. Womtn'i Mitor. Jo Lane's 2 "'2 and 554 sped her Erickson'i Floral team to a 4-0 win over Martin's and put the leaders 14 games in front of. the pack. Dood s defeated Wheeler's 3-1 to hold second, five games in front ol Wheeler's. .Martin's is three games behind Wheeler's, Other individual highs: Shirley Bcrnhardt's 171 and 491 for Flood and Peterson; r*averne Gardner's 190 and Betty Siighrolle'S 480 for Falslaff; Phyllis Cockriel's 192 and N'orma Linden's 526 Jor Wheeler's; Willa Anderson's "195 And Pal Heinle's 510 for Dodd's; Bobbie Eldridge's 176 and 4M /or Martin's. Grtil.y Mi|or Cisbar Lounge gained a bit with a 4-0 nod over Kimbrel's, but Greeley Gat still holds a two-game lead after downing the Telephone team, 3-1 last week. Kimbrel is four games off the pace, with Norris another three games back of Kimbrel. Top individual effort Of Ihe wutk was Bill Koehlers 177-195 205-- 5J7 for Casbor. Paul Dumler had a 200178-187--565 for Kimbrel »r)d team- male Roy Johnston -had 168-S1S-176 -559. Other highs included Schank's 194 and 529 for. While Horse; Duke Schmidt's 203 and 535 for Norris; George Berg's 200 and 500 for Telephone; Hciser'j 211 and 550, Jim Koehler's 549 and Jim Tryner'* 553 for Casbar. Two members of the Greeley Gas learn were steady as the Rock of Gibraltar; Bob Gravallj who, missed a triple by a hair, 180-182-181-- Babe Zaharias Says. She Is Feeling Fine. . . GALVESTON, tcx." W» -- Babe Didrickson Zaharias was sporting new permanent wave Friday-her first in eight months, she said -- a n d , p i c k i n g ) for a llirec-day Christmas trip to F.ort Worth, Tex., with her husband,. George. . The Babe will fly to Fort Worth Saturday in a private, plane owned by a long-time friend of I he family, R. L. Bowen. Her husbniul plans to drive up by car. They will be guests at the BCnvcn home in. Fort Worln. Next Wednesday she.will appear at an exhibition g o l f i n g ' m a t c h . i n Houston for the b e n e f i t , o f a, can- cor fund. The Babe will not participate in the ' malchj however, which will pit Jimmy Demaret and Ben Hogin against Jack Burke and Jackson Bradley. How is she feeling? "Mighty good/' said the Babe, mentioning that she felt no pain. She told newsmen she and her husband had sent no Christmas cards but wanted 'Ho wish everyone a Merry Christmas." Five Contenders in Prospect for · K In second place, dropped a 3-t verdict to Wickland's Other individual highs: Dave Btfoman's 192, John Gels' 516 and Carl Pelzrs 51o for Big Boy; Oscar Btik'S 194 and S40 for Royer's; Moss' 168 and Curslens' 459 for Kihney's; Hoy Johnston's 200 and 554 Jor Wickland's; llale's 182 and 611 for Garden City; Wolfe's 476 £r.d IPickens'lsn tor Coca Cola; K1-. die'd's 196 and Brumlcy's 512 for Western TV; R»y Anderson's 184 irid 53S for Repp's Inc.; Caproh's 176 and 506 for Greeley Electric; 'C6hliii:s 207 and Roberts' 548 for 513 and Glenn Roherls, 17-171-174-- 51S. Two other members of (he learn were also consistent: Gene BrScden with 178-170-161--509 and DOC Sh'j'er with S-59-1M-1M--4M. Church J'ark Congregational No. 2 de- Harris Gas; Gillespie's 176 arid Belchert's :412 for Gillespie's. Sportsman . Norm Arakawa warmed up slow,- ly, 165-199 : 233--597, bill as can be »eei) was pleiily hoi at the end. He lurfled in his score as lecond man on the Freeman's learn. Other high scores included Love's Z08 and 509 for-Rainbow and Love; Gene Brtcden's 236 and 532 and K t i Anderson's 535 for Greeley Candy; Ken (js'aki's J ". Sinclair; Vcrnie Harry Clans' 448 for Ehrlich Milk Transport; Stu Nadler's 168 and Ken Block's 425 lor Tipton Barber- ihop; Buell'Borden's 232 and 557 frir Pepsi Cola; March's 198 and 502 (or Peterson-Nordell; Chuck Ur- jrto's 214 and 527 for Greeley M»yr lag; Morrison's 192 arid Reynolds' 475 for TiOTC; T. D. Schank's 184 l«d 508 for Reynolds Farm Equipment. Sinclair got blanked for the sec- end straight .week, this time by RCTC, and fell ilk games hehind first-place' Greeley Candy, which gained a 4-0 win over Teters'pn-Nor- .rlell. r.reeley Maytag's 3-1 victory fcaled First Baptist, 3-1, lo lake a two-game lead over the Baptists ast week. First Methodist remained in contention half a game back of First Baptist 'with a 3-1 verdict over Trinity Lutheran. Individual highs included Koehl- r'l 188 ami 484 for Park No. 2; Jack Buhler's 101 And Elmer Anderson's 199 and 569 for First Baptist; Mercer's 161 ami 417 for First Christian; BIChm'i 187 and 490 for LA Salle Baptist; Bob Felt's 170 and 47S for St. Paul Congregational; Stewart's 208 and 556 for Re-. 'prmcd Presbylerian; ' Johnson's 185 and 4S3 for Park NO. 1; Aim's 156 and 452 for Immnu'el Lutheran; Ge.meroth's 180 and 497 for Trinity Lutheran; McHatlon's 208 and S57 for Mcltiodlsi; Reeve's 180 and 448 for for First Christian; Lloyd Eldred's Claus' 174 and *10 for First Presbyterian. Michigan Tech Riddles C.C. By THE ASSOCIATED P R E S S Bob Schmidt's 40-foot goal late in the game earned Minnesota a 4-3 victory over Michigan State and the Gophers' third Western Intercollegiate Hockey League triumph o f - t h e season Friday night. Last place Michigan Tech riddled Colorado College, which lost a c h a n c e , to move into second place. The score was 9-3. Michigan State, now 1-5 in league play, battled Ihe Gophers o n ^ e v e n terms until late in the third period, when Schmidt rocketed in the winning goal. State's Kugcnc Grazicl counted twice in the second period. George Jelly scored for Minnesota at. 1G:20 of the same .period to knot the count at 3-3. Vengeful Michigan Tech scored three times in as m a n y minutes of the first period to deflate the defending league champion Tigers, wlio h a v e broken even in six games. Seven Huskies figured in the scoring, with six goals coming u n assisted. Tom Kennedy pushed in two goals. Colorado College, scorelnss in the. first period, got two goals in the second frame and another in the third. Freshman John Andrews got two asBisls for the Tigers. By .THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A five-way scramble for the Big Seven Conference pre-scason tournament title Is in prospect after lo wa Slate 87-76 victory over Vandcr bill/No. 8 in the last weekly AP basketball poll. The Cyclones, behind the brilliant 40-point performance of Gary Thompson, took the Commodores in tow at Ames wilhqul too much trouble Friday night. The. victory enables the Cyclones Lo. enter the tournament, starting next Tuesday in Kansas City's Municipal Auditorium, wilh the top learn record. Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State and Colorado appear to be the other strong contenders. The Tigers and Jayhawks have identical 4-2 records while Kansas Slate and Colorado each stand 3-3. Missouri Is Ihe defending tourney champion and Colorado Ihe league champ. In Hie only other aclion Friday night Oklahoma suffered Us fifth loss in bowing to Illinois, 82-58, at Champaign. The Sooners.havc won only Iwo starts against five losses. Nebraska also has a.-Z-S record. Thompson, who is only 5-fool-10, bagged 19 points in .Hie first, half while playing guard and came back to score 21 in the last half from the post position. Iowa Stale's decision snapped Vanderbill's winning strirfg at six games. II took Oklahoma 10 minules and 38 seconds to find Hie range for its first field goal. By that time Illinois had established a 20-point lead. I.eroy Bachcr and Jim Peck shared scoring honors for.the Soon- ers with 18 points apiece. There will be no aclion in the conference until the tournament opens. League play starts Jan. 7. EAST LANSING, Mich, (ffl About 2,701 · Michigan Stale slu dents will depart. Monday, for Hose Bowl festivities in California Eleven railroads pooling efi ment say it will -be .the. largcs peacetime, non-mililary point-to point mass movement by train in history. UCLA Squad Goes Home for Holiday TASAUENA, Calif. M -- The UCLA football squad was home for the holidays Saturday while l\e Michigan State Itose Bowl cn- ry r e m a i n e d ' a t its swank Pasa- leiiii' holel ·' headquarlsrs, ·: sltcr nallng practices with a packed wogram of. Christmas activities. Coach Red Sanders released his ilaycrs until Monday after a stiff scrimmage Friday. He snid it would \ie the last Vjefore the Jan. 2 name. · · "The team is a little tired right now, bul they're, supposed lo be lired at this stage," Sanders said. "I've been awfully pleased with practices of this outfit." . . MSIJ players will have a pri- Mrs. Ruth D. Slaughter Would Set Aside Divorce, BELLEVILLE, 111. 1*1 -- Enos Slaughter, 39-year-old .veteran m»- jor league Uitseball player, h»s run into problems wilh his divorced wife '. while honeymooning with bride No. S. ' '. . . . Mrs. Ruth D. Slaughter ct Belleville filed ft motion Friday in circuit court to set aside her Nov. 21 divorce, contending; Sla\ighler hadn't sent hera $20,600 lamp alimony payment as provided. The Kansas City Athletics out-, fielder, honeymooning at Roxboro, N. C.,,said his lawyer had told him "everything is okay and I don't have a n y t h i n g to worry about." Slaughter was married three days a g o - t o Miss Helen Spiker, 25-ycar-oid airline stewardets. . WL Head Sees Full Roster of 8 'In a Short Time' PUEBLO Wl -- 0. M. HObbs, president .of the Western' League, said Friday he's confident the circuit's roster of eight clubs will be filled "within a very short time." Hobbs. and other officials of the league visited Topeka, Kan., this week to invite that city into the league. Rapid City, S. D.i is Bidding against Topeka for the spot vacated by Wichita's departure into the American Assn. Jerry Tippens and Kd Mueller, who are spearheading Rapid City'* drive for the Western League berth, teleguphed Hobbs Friday: "Western · League enthusiasm bere skyrocketing. General interest meeting planned soon. Shortly (hereafter will ask your committee to visit Rapid City. Situation will foe quite clear by then." Sioux Falls, S. D., was i n . t h e Western League before World War II, when the league was a I) circuit. Hobbs said that interest is keen throughout South Dakota, He. said he felt Rapid City WdulS make good member, . Dons Play Next in Tourney at Of ·wTerad* Course, Glenn Roterls' 647 |) Deaths and Funerals | series grabbed the spotlight here. Other highs Included Walt Carroll's ITS and 493 for Clancy's Jim Tryner's 220 for Coors; Ireland's 226 and Gene Breedcn's 322 and f o r Chapman-McArthur; P e r c y Orlle's 202, and Eli Anderson's 201 and 549 for Zale-Lee; Carl Hubert's 221 and 579 and Jim Koehler's 204 and 57L for Wheeler's; Bob Grav- alt'« 206 and Wayne Todd'l 204 and 544 for Graybeal; Jim Knight's 202 and 522 for Caper club'; Roy Johnston's 203 and 531 lor Shprls. Chanmftn-MdcArthur hold a one- game lead over Wheeler's despite dropping a 2-1 nod to Zale-Lec Wheeler's downed Graybeal, 2-1. Caper club, in third place seven games off the pace, lost to Short*, Ctrroll't 178 and 532 for Squar Deal; C. A. Mitchell's 1(2 and Gu Hilton's 450 for Home Light; EC Ludlum'i 205 and 533 fir Ed's Tex co; Ren Klingenberg's 181.and 50 'or Farmers Union, Gr««l«y Lidici Nila Calvin had the lop individual effort ot Ihe week.'lSa-n-l-lST-- 523 for Caper Club. : But her efforl wasn'l enough, for I'clors' Popcorn took a 2-1 win and put Caper Club farther behind league-leading General Credit, which blanked- McDonald's. General Credit now leads the league by six games. Other individual highs included Wllraa Schnell's .192 and 516 for Peters'; Jflnel Newlon's 202 a n d 313 for Gcnerjl Credit; Helen Masters' 172 and 419 for McDonald's; Frances Dumler's 159 and 437 for Greeley Dry; and Sue Ishiguro's 160 and 411 for Rainbow. vale, Christmas nighl.' patty Saturday Coach Duffy TJaugherly. varied his practice routine a little Friday atlernoon by.first drilling.the entire team on defense and then switching to a rehearsal of running tactics for. the entire outfit. | . Sports in Brief | Harvey A. Hill ol southeast of Greelay. Huiiiand o( Mrs. Lenora Hill. Father ot .Wll- Ham ani Divld Hill bolh nt Gredley, Mrs. Belty Croft of AZUBK, Calif., Vernon Hill o( Kersey, Mrs. I.ols Tr«-c,y of Cheyenne, Man, John and I^r- ry Hill all at home. Brother ef Albert «mi 1.011(1 Hill both of Kersey, Ernest Hill ot Broomfield, Cecil Stout ot Greeley, Jamea Stout and Mr*. Nellie Stout bolh ol Denver, Mrs. Grici Romans of Arva- 4ii, f±nd M r s . Florence Spahn fit California. Serrtcej 1:30 p.m. Wednesday from M*cy.« drawih? room. Interment Sun- Mt Memorial Gardens. ecord JBRAYBBAL i Alherlft Graybeal, mother of '; James V. Graybeal, Jr.. of '; Greeley; sister ot wnli«ra ' Pierpoint, Hutchlnson, Kan.; · grandmother ol James M. \ Graytieal, HI, and Nancy Gray- · :\ heal, both of Greeley. Funeral ;';- fiervir.es Secord F u n e r a l -\\ Home, 10 a.rii^., Tuesday. Jn.';- terment I.tnn Grove. i Your Sympathy expretied In :;!. , Flor«l Piece* · B L O W E R S EY -j "Clair Louite" ' ]' 6REELEY FLORAL ·»*7 1«1h tf. Phone tOf B«wlorido tiditi Willa Anderson's 169-234-159--562, ,with Ihe middle game underlining the effort, was the week's high point here, especially .since it help.- ed her Greeley Candy learn to a 2-1 win over Greeley Mcrchanellcs and broke Ihe Iwo teams' first-place lie. The Candies are now a game oul n front of Ihe Merchanelles. Hcn- ry't is three games back in this :ight race; Meadow Gold another tilt oul and Casbar still another one back of MG. Other individual highs: Betty Sughroue's 181 and 412 for Casbar; Jane Ringel's 149 and 484 for Zale- Lee; Erna Wertz' 185 and Alice Schmidt's 471 for Meadow Gold; Shirley Bernhardt's 436 and .Mary f.udwig's 152 for Henry's; Mary Brethauer's 187 and 462 for Behr- rnan's; Malve Wcinmeisler's 179 and 504 and Wilma Schnell'i 179 for Merchanflles; Joyce Cisstday's 165; Lila May Kent's 4i: for Mack's Station; Wiima Relaford's 139 and 372 for CWA Operators; Arlcne Starr's 132 and 370 for Starr's Garage. Surburbin · Ed's Texas increased its tear! wilh a 3-1 win over Home Light as second place Farmers Union won over Nob Hill, 2W-1H. Ed's is now SW games in front. Ault Lions, 3-1 losers to Tailtwistcrs ii now nine games out of first; Nob Hill is Hi games behind AIill. High included Jim Tokunaga's 178 and Galloway's 463 for Aull; Al Tatcyama's 190 and 484 for Tail High School . (AiiMlaM Pun) Forl Morgan 49, Brush 42. I.oveland 61, Westminster 54. By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS FOOTIIAM. CHARl.bTrK.SVII.I.E, Va. -- Ned L McTMnalil rtslintd 'ai hcacj coach A lb( Uahn.il ol V i r g i n i a , alter II J».fi Mantle Holds Slugging Title NEW YORK UT '-- Mickey Man lie of the New York Yankees, the American League home run king last season, also won-the'.circ.u'it' slugging litle, ' official averages showed Salurday. Mantle pounded out 316 total bases -in 517 times at bat /or i slugging mark of .611. Detroit's Al Kaline, who finished on top in [he batting competition, was run-, ncrup to Mantle with a .546 slugging average. Slugging averages are computed by dividing Ihe total bases on ill hits by the number o/ of/icial trips to Ihe plale. Ted Williams of Ihe Boston Red Sox wound up with a sinling .703 but was ineligible for the crown since he batted only 320 limes. Mantle walloped 37 homen and struck out 97. times. ly THI ASSOCIATED PKISS The Sin Frtncisco Doris heirled /or New York with thielf 8S-|«me victory streak int.et Siturdiy »nd with designs-on the. college basketball ttcon) for tonseculive triumphs.- ' · · ' . ' S«n-Francisco, the nalion'i top ranked team, rolled dyer Loybli o/ New Orlelins, «1=43,' Frld«y night to make · it Seven' stra'ight this'sea son and 33 over "k two- year -spin. The all-time mark -is 39 «tr*ight: Next stori for the Dons Is Madison Squire Garden, Where ! they tangle with LiSalle Monday in the second game of th* JB. C. A. C Holiday Festival Tournament. Holy Cross faces Syracuse in the afternoon opener. UCLA rnteU St John': of Brooklyn and Durjuesne goes against F6rdham In i nighl doublehetder. UCLA, incidentally was the Ust team to defeat the Dons -- in Dttembir, 1»S.4. The existing mark /or cohsecu live victories w»s jet by Long Island University frfjm 1935 to 1937 and laler equalled by Seloh Hal of Souih Orange, N. 1., in 1939 1941. Vanderbilt was -the ofity other team imbng t h t first 10 to see iction -Friday night, ind th6 eighth-ranked Commodores wert knocked.off by lowl St»te, 87-76 It was Vandy's first setback aftei six/ triumphs. · . . Gary Thompson scored M point! for SUle, which Shot into 47-J halftime lead »nd. never trilled thereafter. Illinois, No. 17, built up k 21- lead against Oklahoma am breezed in, 82-58. The Sooners flit noj,register their first field goa until 10:38 of the first half. Julius. McCoy popped in straight points in the last 10 min utes as Michigan State whipped Wyoming, 72 : 6Z. McCoy wound u with 32 points, but he had to-yicl scoring honors to Wyoming's Jo« Csp-us, whs r.sttSd 34. -^ -- = Oklahoma AtM jumped i off .1 a 19-point lead and coasted to 70-5). victory o'vtr Baylor..".,-.. Oklahdms City pulled away fro Texas Christian in the final fou minutes to..win. 64-54,.^W.-fc TCU its eighth straight' defe"at. Trabert Wins Third . DENVER- i*) -- Tony Trab« used his' power/ill Mrvicfe and strong net game to difenl Panel Goniales, 6-4, 8-3, Friday nt|ht / his third win «g»in!t five Ibis in their cross-country profeiiion tennis tour. After a three-day Christmas ho iday they will resume their rival it Toledo, Ohio. A J25,o6o bin »w«ft« the" winner of the 100-rh»teh lour..' · ' - .- · . In a preliminary match, p»neho Segurk;defeated Rex Hsrtwig, 6-4, and Trabert and Hartwig teamed in doubles. 16 defeat Sefuri and Goniales, 6-4, 6-4. ' ilralGhl Txyo'.a. Dmu, NCAA cfcampi, »on th«lr Urd same by whipping KPW Orlrar.t £1.13. . ACING N£W onLEANS --. Leather Kid {13) wen Ihe Evergreen Purse AL the Fair Crourjli. CORAI. rjAIII.ES, Ha. -- Jleliar (I1S» Jeore^ a kaH-IenaUt vletorr U TcOf'.tnl Park's slx-furle-ng f e a t u r e . FRIDAY'S HOCKEV WRRTKRN LEAr.L'R New WeJlmlr.lter 4. Vlctori* 1. Caljrary fi, Edmonton 5 oveHLm«). Wur.lpeK 9, Tleflna 1. Vameouver 4. Seattle 1. COLLEOE MlchJraa Tech 9, Colorado Cqlleie Mlrnesala 4, Michigan Stale 3. Bailoa U. 7. Norlheaalarn i. MrGLlk C, Harvard ^. 9ASKL fCOKES rowns ArriVe iri'L. A. - r Championship Game. LOS ANGELES ·«! -- Tho de nding c h a m p i o n Clevelanil rowns were arriving ofl'the bate 'scene Saturday, set to defeat e LOB' Angeles 'Rams and cap- re the National Football League ·own a. third itime for .Coach aul Brown. ·'-'. ; '· VV- · The Ruperts say the firowns will ucceed iri .Monday's" televised «me.The feat would be a hand- ome Chrlsttnas present for Brown nd I gdlng-away gift for the top eld general, in professional toot- all, Otto Graham. - : . ' Ranis fans', could look back to 951,' however, when this same raham, .who, will be'playing his ait .game, and other Cleveland eterins came here favored .to ksso the championship. . They failed. Rams lield marshal 'orman Van Brqcklin and his left nd, Tommy Fears, crushed their opes wilh a 73-yard touchdown ass ii«y that won the game in he final quarter, 24-17.'; : rankieRyff Seats Vasquez NEW VORK W -- Frinkie H rahklng lichtwcight ranlendef, ·as wild Friday night, but l nough puncheb to win un'ahi tous decision over stocky Baby 'asquez of Mexico i n - a 10-round latch it Madison'Square'Garden Ryff weighed 138, Vnsriucz 136 Ryff had a height and reach ad ·antage on the'little Mexican, whi nade .the 'New. Yorker miss. ah( ouhder at times. But Vasqutz ian'l hit hard ehpilgh ti offse Ryff's persistent dtiye. Judge Arlic ScKwafti scored i ·1-1, 'Judge'Artie ; Aidala 6-4 am ReteVee Ruby' Goldstein '5-3-2 al or Ryff. The. AP card "was°t-2- or'Ryfl. . " · ' ' /'' A crowd of about 1,500 sa\v th 'iAiii Garden fight show^Hhe.yeS.r Tkere were no knockdowns in Ih conlest. ' ' . ' ' " · ' . ' Page 4 Sattirda)VPey. v 2i'. \K at New Montana Stale: Baseball Coach To Qiiit in Jane _BOZKMAN, MMit. I* -- Dal Digerne!l7°M6Wlani Slate Coltcg biseb'all coach -Arid assistant football and · basketball, has signed frbrfi the ithletic staff ef fective June M. . , . ORLEANS.Wi -- The.tni-"v 'ersily.of San^Francisco length- . ened its .winning streak to 33 games , Frjday. njghl with :» 61-43 .victory , over Loyola .as all-America .Bill Russell and the DonsN.olhcr.-Ne'gro · players drew applause frorn- a crowd of-5,500..',-,·.. -.. ·!··;. Russell,, the Dons' 6-10 .center,scored 20 points-beiqre leaving the Same with eight minutes left to Hay., lie drew ; repeated cheers rom the non-scgreeatcd.crowd. ; -,,, · There was no ( repetition ol Tuesr- day : night's incident..-when ..f»ns .-. cered BradleyV. Negro, forward i Shellie : McMillon for slicking .put- .is tongue after fouling out of the., fame. · : -. ., r ' . - . , - /. THiDAY'S F10HT . : ( . ' " ' . . ' " . By THE A S S O C I A I E D v r R K S S . ' NEW VonK ^liriisan SaUire Garden)-- Frnki« nj-ri. U, Niw Yotk, (mlpolaled Baby Viiiuek, 1M. Mexico" City, II.' - · '· Park CHuircli Sermon at. 9:30 andVil: "Another Boy" Pi 1 '; Frnic E, Carlson, ·-.', ·'. ... speaker . First Methodist Church loth St. ind 10th Avt. .." Exte'tids. ; . . SEASON'S,' ' GREETINGS . Chu'ftK'fecHSoi''"." " 9:30 Kmt -. -.-.':' Worship Services . .SiSd.A.M.'- 10:45 A.MI i( And Call His-Name : . . Ministers T. B. 'McDIvltr. 'John J6rdcn MIAMI, Fl». W -- Light pre- Christm»s .workouts were scheduled Satnrdny for football players who will perform in the Shrine's North-South ill-star g«me Monday night. ' . . rrioara 'Coil.**' EiiXttUli ·- · · - · - = B? THK ASSOCIATED PKESR Parrll Xtlaa.1 (I.C.) Ckriltnai T»»r "£'« 100, ri*lff«r CN.C.) T7 Ichfcm- pknjhip). PITT.I Isliad M»rin«i 7lj O*«ri«lowm (Ky.) 75 (ihlrdt. «. lowj Slate 87, Vaodcibm U. IlUnoli n. OfcUhom* M. M i f h i f i n State 73. Wyamlns. U. Oklahoma AfcM 70, B»Ior £1.* Wiihlngtoa (St. Loult) .JJ. CornfU M. Okliharna City 64, TPXII Chrlrttin 3*. Mintir.a M, ^Vhttwcrth '"-'.ih.) i4. SI. FrAncli (Brooklyn) n," Quetni tN.Y.) twisters; Bob Sim menu' 169 ami Jim Fiords' 437 lor JUpp*» Walt First Free Gbircti ' 13th Av«. «nd 16th tt. CHRISTMAi DAY SERVICE 1:00 A.M.--Yul«-D«»n lirvlct. 10:00 A.M.--Chrlatmia Morning Werihlp · · . . . tirmen: "Thin Why Did Hi Cem«T" ' . . · \ - SEABON'8 ORKETINOS! ' · in C. Erlekion, M l n l l t a r SunnV View Church · V , ' J ·· ' ' of the Nazarene 3040,11th Avenue- ' C\, Greeley, Colorado YOU ARE INVITED TO : OUR CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS ' 9:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. by'Children's Dipartmenti 7:30 p.m. oy-.Y«ing People ' :".- Horning Service .dltmliied promptly al 11:1B : ' .- Bernard Ftiri Harry R«*v«] Jot Mangold Jo« Ruibol Bud Oiman Joe W, Mangold, Appliances Annual Christmas Program »t , ., · ; · . · ' . . · · ; , · .-:·' FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH til 13*h Av«nu* , , Qr««l»y, Colo, SUNDAY EVENING -DECEMBER 25 . ' · . · . ' ^ ... ' . - ' ' - - · - ; ' ' . . Produced by k cast of 100 people, young and old,' and designed to ' bring thi real meaning of Christmas to. you. , , . Our Senior play, "MODERN WISE MEN," portrays how; a , ' , Widow'* drinking; son, Joe Edwards, is won to Christ 'and'io.a '' '·· better life. You will join the audience in smiles and tears as .you watch this. performance, and many of you will re-live your past : · in the «hort 45 minutes. , ' - · "· ' - '·.:··' MISS .THI Starts Promptly at 7:30 p.m. You Will Not Forget It! A Packed Nous* Kiev. G. R. Kelly, Pastor 1460 KG TOP CHRISTMAS STORIES and MUSIC both CHRISTMAS EVE and DAY COMPLETE MESSIIH 3JOOp.il/fil 6:OD P.M.' CHDISTMIS UY ,,.

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