Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 17, 1962 · Page 26
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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Wildcats Hand Maroons 66-51 Setback Grevley $ \\Udcats Saturdayjgame. Tom Doctor recovered i hit the board and worked all the th' hpl * r ! 4i light sot their fast break offense TM*- itime"' We still mi,« r«i,,TM TM,rL- i. T^ r'^-'rf 8 ' "* **" With Jmi ' rOVed delensive ^'l "* =*««! ««K t»** " I* ··'! Wildcats night got their fast break offe functioning in the second half and rolled to a 66-51 victory over Fort Morgan. But in the first hall it was a different story. Not until the latter ,. , ., moments of the second period did j** euur S Doctor recover Coach Jim Baggot said, "1 think the kids found themselves in the second half. Tbev reallv .the Wildcats assume tie lead. In winning, Greeley now has a 1-1 Northern record while Fort setbac'. this year. Fort Morgan now has a 20-game Northern losing streak. The Wildcats completely dominated the board play in the second half to turn the game into a ,,. .... , . . Greeley change We still must reduce our tide in the second period. fouling. Greeley made 23 fouls, and Fort Morgan scored V points M free Ft. MTJM (SI) Fj Fl Bclau Smith Vaughn 5-8 7-8 5-9 1-3 jthrcvvs. Pf Tp Dennis Bejau. 6-fuuM Maroon Belau wound up with 17 points for the gam*. At one. stage midway through the second period, Greeley trailed by six points. However, Greeley 9,ivnter, displayed a near perfect gained momentum and knotted 5 i?j marksmanship in the first period the score at 23-23 on a rebound 2 9 as he led tlie visitors to an 18-14 basket by Daryl Brumlev 5 lead. 0-0 0 6 - 8 0 Two free thro*s by Tom Doc 1-1 .tulutl-lu 1CWIU Willie T U l l Pnp n n n c n D , J · · ^^ *"M»11«J \ V V V C U UJTTleV S 1 ·*~bto ul V,HIK««J Morgan absorbs its third straight ^^ ? £ ' \ \ . *f au . ^ .* P° mts " "* "r tied the x«re at J5-25 then xorer. with'16 point, and clewed U* g«me with , k»« shot at the setbac' this year. Fort Morgan TMT" n £ * Ll^ ** ^Jg** PTM"* 10 * «* .^ P"TM-*"'' u "*«·*. » « offense and , c^ina bu«r. three fouls m the period, and ly. The Wildcats finished the first He scored eight points in Greeley led 31-27 at intermis. WilA,.*! Hiiij period, the same sion number of points Bob Runnells Greeley spurted for M points got in the period. in tbe third period with Brumley's rebounding and shooting leading the way. At one point Greeley enjoyed an 18-pouit lead. Brumley t o p p e d Greeley's Four Wildcats scored in double figures. And 15 saw action as 03 defense. (heir 1962-63 wrestling season Sat Coach Jim Baggot cleared his ""*"' losin S a close match to bench in the fourth period. Guard Tommy Baggot climaxed sity, talented Oregon State 16-12. Each team came up with four S closing buuer. Greeley won the B-game, 58-34. pins and two decisions while the GrnUy (M) Brumley virtual rout. Greeley in the third Mantoot'h period took 25 shots and hit nine to assume a big lead. Heading the rebounding was 6- foot-2 Daryl Brumley, who recovered nine on offense and nine on defense. He also topped the Greeley scoring with 16 points. Greeley got 48 rebounds for the Deaths and Funerals Mhrrum .. iunnells .... lutler Xwtor Richardson Veathers . iaggot Deutcher filler weitzer ... I'hceler ... «fton larper HALDE.MAN .Mrs. Helen Haldeumn, 34 Alles Drive. Mother of Mrs. Truman C. (Roberta) Hall. Greeley; Mrs. Verne (Ada) Collier, Colorado Springs; Mrs. Johnle (Harriett) Foust. Woodland Park. Sister o( Henry Pospesil, Long lieach, Calif.; Mrs. LaVette Wright, Ala- moan; Mrs. Victoria Calrk, Glendale, Calif. Grandmother of Mrs. Robert (Anita) Hall and Truman C. Hall Jr., both of Greeley. Also survived by two sreat- grande.hildren and several nieces and nephews. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment Crown Hill, Denver. MCVEIGH Floyd B. (Mac) McVeigh or 1415 12th Street. Husband of Mrs. Anna E. (Betty) McVeigh. Father of Mrs. Jean (Alice) Wright, Columbus, Ohio. Also survived by one grandchild. Services 11 a.m. Tuesday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment Glen Rest Mem- 23-75 20-34 48 23 66 Fart Morgin . 1» » I 14--51 Grwlty 14 17 20 15-M orial Ohio. Estate, Columbus, BIERIG Mrs. Mollie Bierig ot 515 7th St. Wife of George Bierig. Mother of Mrs. El ma Kobohel, H. J., Alex, Ed, and Manuel Bierig all of Greeley. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday from St. John's Evangelical L u t h e r a n Churcb. Interment L i n n Grove, KA5IMBRZEU, George Kammerzell Sr. of east of Millikcn. Husband of Mrs. Anna Margaret Kammerzell, Father of Carl, George, and John Kammerzell all of Milliken, Henry and Jake Kammer- · zell of Wiggins, Mrs. Robert (Marie) Stroh of Johnstown. Mrs. Reuben (Anna) WiederBpahn ana Mrs. Reinhard (Frieda) Kosen both of Greeley. Brother or John Kammerzell of Mitchell, Neb. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday from St. Paul's Congregational Church. Interment Linn Grove. McMlLLEN Tim Mc.Millen of south of 12-48 27-4020 51 Ff Ft RbPfTpl 7-16 4-9 3-11 6-15 0-1 2-9 0-2 0-2 1-4 0- I 0-0 0- 1 0-4 0-0 0-0 2- 7 18 2 5 - 8 6 5 5 - 8 5 2 0 - 0 3 1 0 - 0 0 0 5 - 6 9 1 0 - 0 0 0 1 - 2 0 2 0 - 0 1 4 2 - 2 2 1 0 - 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 4 2 0 0 0 - 0 0 1 )evils Bow 41-39 fo Christian in )ouble Overtime FORT LUPTON - D e n v e r hristian scored two free throws the second overtime to defeat ort Lupton, 41-39, in a non-con- erence game Saturday n i g h t ere. Two free throws with about one minute left in the second over- ime by Ron Stuursma accounted or the only points scored in the wo overtimes. During the regulation time, both earns enjoyed scoring spurts. At ne time in the second period, hristian led by five points. Fort Lupton took a 38-32 lead in ie fourth period, but the Blue- evils couldn't hold onto it. With bout 20 seconds Stan Mast scor- d a field goal for Christian, sending the game into overtime. Christian won the B-game, 4530. Cbri.ti.n Klomp Mast Meyer Schneider Zeilztra Zuiderveen Stuursma (41) Lupton (») G F 2 OTrevino 4 0 Fetters 0 2Schuyler 4 2Hild'brand 1 0 Gomez 3 SCozad 2 2 Johnston Aiehelman G F 2 0 2 5 0 2 1 0 6 0 0 0 2« GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Dec. 17, W2 CSC Wrestlers Lose To Oregon St. 16-12 COKVALLIS. Ore. -- The Colo-,afternoon came in the 147-pound rado State College Bears opened class. Jim Crider, in his first varsity wrestling match, allowed lis opponent seven points in the first two minutes. Skip Kosenberg gathered his points on a take- wins, but Oregon State had two fall. down, predicament, and n e a r visions. Coach John Hancock said he was quite pleased with the efforts of his men in the lower weights. Don .N'eft, being acknowledged as i possible national champion this year, looked quite impressive in decisioning his man, Bud Head W. matches only to lose the meet as the result of two pins, one at 167 pounds and the o t h e r in the heavyweight class. The most exciting match o( the From there on, it was all Grid- Bears had to settle for four de- er's match. He picked up fivt points in the final two periods at lie consistently tried to pin his man. Several times Rosenberg was warned about stalling, but Crider just couldn't gather enough points to overcome his opponent'* early lead. Jim Lambemn. pinned by Tom Fries in the heavyweight class, is Four of the first live wrestlers the only freshman on the squad for Colorado State won t h e i r for the Bears. It appeared that LEAPS TO SAVE BALL - Fort Morgan 1 ! Harold Gettman (34i leaps almost parallel to the floor in an effort to prevent the ball from going out of bounds. He failed, however, as both he and the ball sailed out of bounds. Other plays in the scene are Greeley'i Bob Runnells (12) and Tom Doctor (right) and Fort Morgan 1 ! Dale Poe (44). Greeley won the Northern Conference game, M-51, Saturday night at GHS. Tribune photo by Paul Moloney. Miracle Shot Wins San Diego Topples CSC in Overtime tossed the basket against a San CSC (71 Ff R R b P f T p Little Jack Shawcroft was all bottled up in a corner but he Diego player, retrieved the bounc- managed to pull out the cork and squirt a 30-foot jump shot Into the who hit a jump shot to put CSC TnhnTM i' n basket just as the buzzer sounded in the lead 73-72. R at ^f "" £ " San Diego started down court oiehl 1- 1 to give San Diego a thrilling 74-73 Ihriitian Ft. Lupton L a S a 11 e. later. Arrangements cKirJia/uLi JRottuatu «.5 STRAVCH .Mrs. Katherine Htraucli O f Windsor. Wife of .lohn Straucli. Mother ol Mrs. Gccreo Olantz, Fl. Collins, Mrs. William Harm, Ton- piMiisli, Washington, Mrs. Henry Dumbler. Outlook, Wasliiiigton, Mrs. E l m e r Pfief. Windsor. Mrs. Matt Ley, Hudson. Mrs. Herman Frank, Snnnyside, Wash- inttim. Mrs. V. II. Ehrlkh, S t m - k t u n . California. Mr. Ruben SI ranch. Hillings M o n I a n a. Mr. J u l i a Hiraurli. Lauri'.l. Montana Mr. Kr«;d Htrauch, Ft. Ci,l. line. Kcrviros Thursday. 2 p.m. Windsor f'onKrcga- tiniinl Church. I n t e r m e n t L a k r v i e w Onintf-ry. Windsor. 16 9 11 14 7 » II 11 18 3 2-41 0-39 overtime win over Colorado State College here Saturday night. San Diego leammates immediately mobbed the 5-foot-9 guard and then hoisted him to their for the trip to the Windsor Beats Ault 41-35 AULT -- Windsor scored 15 wints in the second quarter to gain a 41-35 victory over Ault in . non-conference basketball game Saturday night here. Other than the second period, he game was close. Windsor ook the lead in the second period and retained it · the rest of the way. Windsor hit 40 per cent of its irst half shots, while Ault hit only 27 per cent. Windsor won the B-game, 32-16. Windsor (41) Auh (35) shoulders showers. Occurrences of the last few seconds of the overtime period left 500 spectators scratching their tieads in disbelief. apparently put the game on ice when Shawcroft displayed his magic. With 24 seconds remaining in the overtime period Craig Smith sank two free throws to put CSC within one point 72-71. Mueller Ehrlich Jacoby W'meister Zeiler R. Meyer Hergert Hummc-ls Mcisncr Buderus McDonald Windsor Ault G F G F 0 Bickling QJ. Meyer 2 Mastcrson 3 L. Broyles 1 Woods 0 4 Simpson 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 6 3 Hanson 0 Huerta 0 Manion 0 . «ni-*) HI iiaii-iime, IOIK Then George Roberts took the spir iied S an Diego rally 3 in Inr Ran Tlman fr.nnrt *n .. . _ .. J _ ball in for San Diego, trying to throw all the way down court. The ball sailed too high and , , ,. , ,. , struck some lines dangling from faing the first half. some gymnastic equipment. Mulvaney .. 10- 1 . -, -,, - ,- . --------- .. - ing ball and threw It into Smith QUbert ...... 21- « Eberly o- o ..... and hit Shawcroft with a pass mims into the corner just as the clock Hawkins "" 1- o showed three seconds remaining, smith "" 11-5 At first Shawcroft couldn't get Qraefe 8-4 the shot off. But then he jumped, shot over the head of a defender, and watched the ball sail through the net just as the buzzer went off. Sin D. X. (74)F 9 CSC Coach John Bum came Mackey 9-5 off his bench immediately with Garnier 2- 0 CSC, aided by a freak play, had gratulate Coach George Ziegen- a big smile on his face to con- _ ____ _______ fuss, longtime San Diego mentor Hadley .... 5- 2 .. 3- 1 .. 10-5 ... 11- 6 who was recently panied one of Roberts the nation's 75 all-time great Glithero Jones coaches by a sports magazine. _ _. The Bears dominated the boards Shawcroft 9-5 1- 1 during the first half but led only Willis ". ^ 2 0 - 0 2 36-33 at half-time, following a 3 - 2 5 1 - 0 ( 0 - 0 1 4 - 4 3 1 - 0 1 3 - 1 3 0 - 0 0 0 3 - 2 6 1 0 - 0 1 4 2 - 0 1 0 55.32 17 . 9 ·/-, 15 73 Meek Bowers 7- 2 Ft R b P f T p 5 - 3 8 3 1 3 0 - 0 2 1 3-2 7 5 0 - 0 2 3 1 5 6 6 11-11 1-1 0 - 0 1-0 San Diego scored the first basket of the game and led three other times for brief intervals Play tightened up during the . The referees gave possession of second half and the lead changed the ball to CSC under the basket'hands several times. and Jerry Ratliff got set to take Roosevelt Mat Team Hands WC 38-15 Defeat 14 13 7 15 11 8 8 10 0 0 0 0 0 2 14 7 8-41 »-35 MILLIKEN The- Roosevelt MONUMENTS and MARKERS Pierce 56, Otis 29 Dennis Diehl hit a jump shot to it in. He apparently intentionallly tie the regular game at 84-64 with 1:24 remaining to play. San Diego took the ball down court on an unsuccessful assault and CSC gained possession with 34 seconds left in the game. The Bears went into a stall and with six seconds remaining Jerry Ratliff drove in for a jump shot. Rough Riders Saturday defeated Weld Central. 38-15, for their first Tri-Vallcy wrestling win of the season. Roosevelt earlier lost a thriller to Laportc, 24-22. Weld Central has ;i (1-2 record. Kouscvelt freshmen compeled in the top mulches of the meet. Dennis Vise, Roosevelt 112-pound- OTIS -- Although oimmandingjer, scored three 3-point near falls all the way, Pierre turned the final period to gain a 9-9 game into a rout with a 22-point j draw with Gary Keep, third period, bealini; Otis. .%2S.. And Mark l)o,Jgc. 165-poundcr, in ,T non-conference ha.skeiba)l;coret! a takedown and reversal game here. ',!« lx-,it .1%. Shocncmnn, 4-1. Senior Dennis Bryan with eighi 1 , The»l mutch was Hie first poinls ami Mike Romero with s i x ; w i t h H'OMjvelt veteran Vern Jes He missed. Roosevelt Wins 65-45 EVANS - The field goal shooing percentages preity well lolc he story as Roosevelt dcfcatcc Evans, 65-45, Saturday night here a non-conference baskctbal game. v Roosevelt hit 26 of 6,1 attempts 'or a 42 percentage while Evans scored only 29,per cent of its "ield shots. Roosevelt grabbed ai 18-8 first period lead. Roosevelt won the B-game. 32 25. Roostvtlt (6i) Evani (45) 50 Years of Leadership In Granite and Bronze Monuments OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment lialph linlli«lcr GREELEY MONUMENT CO 1015 7th Ave. . ^ _. i Kntmer sparked Ihe Ihirtl perod spice Romero ummrj up v.ith IS points nnr! Bryan IB for Ili-v pw. ihol'! Olis h;id only 15 poinls at t h e , Ti,e tv-'ilit- cm! of the Iliird period : :i". Vi-in j ( .. Pierce mm the I! game. 3W.1. iKI.'ni'-ni'i. z; v piJiiiirii: Joe Klausner in 23 ii'is. In lakint; Klau^ner Hown, r r .-iripliH ;i H;i!f Xdson pin FLOWERS WeitKHhSt. 352-2851 Pierc, (St) Otii (29) G f IIM-II 4 2 Kren?l I Bryan 7 2 Owens 2 2 Welch 'J (I VoslM-rf! j M Hmwru S O K u n ' / . Itathburn 1 0 Mur-how Wolfe 0 Ol'iiniy (iiifm 0 OSnlj!;.'rt L. Romero I 2 Awlcrsn Annis 0 0 Walker I (,'. Romero 0 0 er. li, pm'rnd Joe ·iinil.s: 103. JX'Ibcrt l i r r u c i . we. pinned Gary ( i a n i G F,.vm. l:.7i. H2. Drnnr; Vise, It am! Bauer Mined Huffman i I/'inwebe r Neuljauer I'.nge Wagner Shullz G F 7 2 Torrez S o Martinez 4 3 Mclhy 1 1 Buchler 4 0 Burbach 3 3 Blchm 2;'j.-.ry KM-,, ft,-. .I,,*. M: 120.!, ; ,, () ; l|:ilbll ll.-il,t.|:|.. li. pint,! I);m| IliAriifiin. i.W,. 127. l l a i o l l i l l^Sili-A.-il;:! U. piiniei) David Key-: 0 ni'l-lv. i :,i. i.t;, Uunrv Sauor It lj|iimi.-,l Hili Hell. 2 1.1: :,'· ir;8. lvp,i,. Jie,,,. r a. R. w ,, n by I ! for (·!'· i;-i. 1);,,, KiniM'. H. ( |c- DjciMon'.*! Ivl Dye:-, i-i-2: 151. Dick] 2 HobineU 0 Brcss 1 Harper 1 Biaylps Smith G F ] 3 4 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 26 13 Roouvllt Evans jr, i: II 11 31 15--( I 13 II 13-4 24 Queer Fish Poses , - - , BYIII) STATION. Anlarctica- l|Htrki . WC. rfe,i....,ne.| I-'rankiA family of ire lislies in Ant i M i n k n - i . «:,. If,:, M n r k 1M^ M ,,k-., l,a s no rirn.laling re, -.It. il'niniin«l .Inn Slmeneinan.jcorpiBi-les. though Ivcmoglobin ^|4-1; IWi Donu Hr.r,i, m ui^ pin-jhesniiK cor|iu«rlr« have heel Otil U 4 i2 14-S6lne'l Cliflfnrd .1 5 i 14-UiMik* fy,!,f..Kki. % R u n . 5 n:,: hvy.'loiind in lh» vir»r». Re-pirslio H, wnn by forfeit.'.-rmaini a mystery. 61-27 22-18 42 16 7 Basketball Scores Oregon St. 70, Calif, 60 UCLA 72, Missouri 55 Texas Western 51, Utah 48 Colo. 76. Pcpperdine 6.1 Wyoming 51, Drake 47 Air Force 57. Arizona 46 Montana 75, Wash. St. 57 Idaho 64, .Mont. St. 63 New Mcx. 71, Us Angeles St. 5 Santa Clara 67, Nevada 58 TOURNAMENTS STEEL WWL Championship Pitt. 85, Duqusne 59 CttiMlttion Boston Coll. 66, William Mai 53 Cincinnati 64, Kansas 49 Ohio State 74, Texas Christia 62 Seattle 75, Dayton 58 DePaul 76, Minnesota 74 Arizona Stale 77, Kansas Stat 72 Marquette 83, St. Mary's (Calif Okla. Asst. May Be CU's Next Football Coach BOULDER, Colo. IAP) - Ath- etic Director Harry Carlson told ie University of Colorado regents Saturday he may have a recom- nendation to make for head foot- all coach by early !,exl week. Carlson has said that Endie Jrowdcr, 31-year-old assistant at )klahoma, is his No. 1 choice but f did not mention Crowder's ame during his appearanci the regents' meeting Crowder. defensive backfield ·oach under Bud Wilkerson at )kl:ihoma, u spending the weekend here studying the Colorado! situation. Carlson told the regents lie luis lad 94 applications for the coach- 'ng job relinquished by William Bud) Davis at the close of the :%2 season. He said lie had per innally interviewed 15 of the ap ilicanls. When asked whether he wouk ake the Colorado job. Crowder hesitated a bit, then milled: "Al his time I'd have to say I jusl don't know." He snid he had talked to his »ss about it, adding, that Wilker son "is the type who has a per son's best Interests at heart and ie advised me to look into tin CU job thoroughly. That's wha I'm doing here." Crowder is a native of Arkon sas City, Kan., but graduated from high school in Muskogec, Okla He was a quarterback for Okla homa University's 1950-52 power house teams and has been a.v coach there since Jun was just too inexperienced to ope with his opponent. Gordon Tsher, in the 167-pound class. met with the best wrestler on the regon State squad. Tom Kauff- wn, and was pinned. Colorado State had to cancel matches in Utah State and Utah n Thursday and Friday nights ue to heavy fog not allowing icm to fly into Utah. Tlie results : 123, Junior Sandoval, CSC, de- isioncd Greenfield, 5-0. 130. Don Ncff. CSC, decisloned 137. E l m e r Crider, CSC, dt- isioned Isenhart, 8-2. 147, Rosenberg, OS, dccisioned im Cridcr, 7-5. 157, Jim Innis, CSC, decisioned trader. 5-0. 167, Kauffman, OS, pinned Fishr, 2:40. 177, Scott, OS. dccisioned Har- Id Harrison, 17-8. Hvy. Fries, OS, pinned Jim Lombcrson, 4:20. sistanl 195«. 70 Detroit 98, Hillsdnle 76 Wisconsin 84, Miami (Ohio) 58 for the Edmonton, Canada. Esk He played one year of pro bo Creighton 87, Clemson 67 Illinois 76, Iowa St 73 (OT) Purdue 93, Butler 78 Indiana 90. North Carolina 76 Michigan 71, Evansvllle 64 Denver 63. Ncuraik; 54 Ohio University B2. lmi:i 54 Texas AIM 69, Houston 67 Arkansas 'JO, Mississippi IKI SMU 99, Tulane 75 Okla. St 61). Texas 65 mos, and served as an asistan coach to Earl (Kedi Bloik at Wes Point (or the 1955 season. Carlson received approval of tli regents of his rccommcndntion (o basic athletic policy whic pledged development of the bt-s possible teams within the rules o the university, the Big Eight Coi fercnce nnd tire National Colic giale Athletic Association. More Sports On Pages 7 8 Berthoud 50, PV 39 WVEUND - The Berthoud Spartans tightened up their de- cnse in the second half, which ed to a 50-39 victory over Platle Valley Friday night here. Berthoud enjoyed only a 2-point 24-22 lead at half Mel Beedc with 17 points and Jerry Ward with 16 sparked Rer- lioud while Bill Hird'got 16 for be losers. Plaltc Valley won tlie B-game, 41-15. PV (H) Miller Duell Silnnan Hird Barber Klot Salazar krmoud G F 3 4Beede 1 0 Lcbsack 0 1 Johnson 5 6 Ward 3 2 Samuelson (SO) G f 7 1 2 0 1 0 0 OL. Williams 5 o 1 0 131:1 PUrtt V.IUy Btrrhoud 2.1 4 I 14 I »-3» 10 14 12 14-50 Three of the nine American hillers with .300 averages last season, played lor Kansas City. They were Norm Sic- bern .308 nnd jerry Lumpe and Manny Jimenc/. both .3*11 pre-vent needless worry and expense with pre-arrangements Dedsloa? delayed until the time of denlh often cniiso a family to mnke funcrnl arrangements hastily nnd rmotinnally without time for due consideration of their real needs Prc-arrangemenUi arc usually marie well in advance of need, and serve ns a guide to n family in making linnl arrangements. Your cnll or visit is invited to obtnin complete information about Him service. It is our policy to scrue Iht public interests in nerord with the code of ethics we have adopted ns membcra of the NATIONAL KELKCTKD MORTICIANS. dedicated to public service MEMBER IV I N V I T A T I O N John Allnutt Jock Allnutt Bill Allnutt FUNERAL DIRECTORS 6 R E E L E Y EATON NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS

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