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C-State Bears To Entertain Coyotes · Two hardluck football looms, at le.ist unlil lost Saturday, will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Jackson Field when Colorado State College makes its season's Ilnal homo appearance ngainsl South Dakota University. Colorado flale Collie last Saturday broke a V-gamc losing streak in shocking Idaho -Slate College, 27-42. But South Dakota hot had less fortune. The Coyoles have lost all eight of their games. ' Despite the won-losl records, the two teams have played goor 1 football and promise to make a good gemc of It Saturday. For Instance, CSC lost heartbreakers to Drake and Adams State College by 7-0 scores. South Dakota fell to top rivals August- ana, 22-20, and lo St. Mary's ol the Plains, 38-37. South Dakota will employ a wide open offense against the defensive minded Dears. In eight games, South Dakota has secret JIO points, but has allotted Us opposition 231 points. - ' Third M«tin« Hie game will be the thin meeting of the two schools. Ttv Bears won both previous contests 16-7 last year and 28-18 In 1959 Several veterans from . boll schools will play Saturday." The Bears have been forlifiei with the return of two-timo Al! Hocky Mountain Conference half back Butch Gardner. His prcsenc in the lineup makes HIP Bear of fense diversified, and from all in Deaths and Funerals Stato CUM A Rifle 'at Lafayette, 1 p.m. tin* Clau · Butch Gardner [Ucalions there will be plenty ofi scoring Saturday. Soulh Dakota uses a variable T-formation offense. The pro slot- T formation is the basic allack, but Ihe Coyoles also use Ihe outside belly series, reverses and crossbucks. leading Ihe Coyote offense is veteran 193-pound fullback Jack Prep Football Schedules P»f« 14 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Nor. 10, 1961 Sterling tt Grecley, 7:45 p.m Fort Collins .»t. -Boulder.. Englewood at Aurora. LoojmoBt at Lpveland. AuK «t Middle Park (Granby) 2 p.m. Erie vs. LImon *t Longmoct, i i.m. Stttt IMM PlayWfl Grover vs. Peetz at Wddona 1:30 p.m. Gary Wlllwi Lindahl also said, "Coaching in a college lhat has high academ ic slandards, stiff entrance re qmrements and very lillle assist ancc (financial) lo athletes is quilc a challenge for a coach, but this is the way wo like il, and l! wouldn't sub'stitul · our for It." The Llntups - The probable starling lineups: Holdsberg and lefl halfback Jii.il South Dakota -- Left end Don Cliicoin (194), left tackle Lynn Defending Prep Teams To Give It Another Try By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Every defending champion'! Colorado high school football wl' w.back for another .try at slat honors In this year's playoffs, bu some of them may be in for Irou Grandelius Still Must Face 4 Years, Oops, Weekends ·y W*s COOK ',"·'.. THI AStOCIATID MUSS The'next four weekandt My se«m like'yews io C-oJorado Coach Sonny GrancWlh* and his uixk- eated 'Buffalon. Just o*e slip could take away a host of honors long sought by he hungry Buffs and'DOW within heir reach. while Missouri meet* Oklahoma In Columbia, 'Kansas And Kansas State play at Lawrence and Ne- Ixraska, goes to Iowa State, Okla loma Stale is. idle. '.. . . . . The Buffs have.yion six straight games and lead the Big Eight with a' M record. They are .elghlb ranked by The Associated Press. Colorado, which has never won he Big Eight Conference nourish lopes for'a misstep by the Buffs. As Coach Jack MKcneH of Kan- At least two fellow members of a Big Eight football championship can wrap it lip with victories over. Nebraska and Jowa Slate, Nov. 18 and 25. Victories In the four re- sas puts it: "I'm not ready to maining games also woulJ give count iu out yet. Nebraska or 1 " " " " ' " ' ---·-·-·---' owa State could beat Colorado season since 1923. the Buffs their first undefeated lall (105), left guard Jerry Lindberg (193), cenlei- Ron-Wini; (205), right guard Ron Hill. 2W, right AUSTIN' :' Tlieodcuit ! B, Austin Kenloii N.urslng : .Home. Mother of Mrs. Margaret Elicsn Turner of Salt Lake City, Bernard . Macintosh Collott nnJ Robert Macintosh Collet, both of Fort Collins. Also survived by two grandchildren. Grnvo- Blilo services 10 a.m. Saturday at HOBO Hill Cemetery at mile, Colo. McMUlUUY · · G\iy \YnHor McMurray, ' Koulo 3, Oreeloy. Father ot .Airs. Mnrie Jones, Pnlo AUo, Calif. A 1 --) survived by 01'J 8ra"tlcl» ; M and live great-grandchildren. Services 1:00 p.m. S a t u r d a y , Adnnison Memorial Chapol. Interment Fnirmouut, Den. vor. McMUHRAT Mrs. Honryeltn I. McJInr- my, noiitB 1 3, Greeley. .Mother of Miss Marie Holt, Brighton; Stephen A. Holt, Lflkewood; XormaT 1 .Holtj flreeloy. Services 1:00 p.m. . Saturday, Adanison Memorial Chapel. Interment private at Crown Hill, Denver. BROWN Mrs. Agnes Brown of east of Eaton. Services 2:30 P.M. Saturday from Mncys EATON Chapel. Intermeni Eaton Cemetery, Friends who wish, limy make me mprlal donations to the Cancer'Fund. MULLIS S. C. Mullia of Weld Coun ty Nursing Home. Fathe of Mrs. Herman (Velv» MpCiiUEOn. Grandfather o Gerald Mignuson of Scolts bluff, Nel, and Sharon Ma gnu son o( Eaton, f vices 10:30 a.m. Saturday from Macys Eaton Chapel Interment Eaton Cematery Friends who wish may make memorial donation to the First Congregationa Church of Ealon. THOMPSON' Mrs. Mary M. Thompson ot 715 14th St. Servlrcs 1:30 P.M. Monday from MacyB Drawing Room. In tenncnl Riverside Ceme lery. Ft. Morgan. Friends who wUli rnny make me innriM donations to the Cri|p!ed Children's Society or Hie Arthritis Assn. ackle Bob Roach (203). righl end Thanksgiving Day. East, unbeaten Morris, a 190-pounder.' The Coyoles use an end, 201- pound Ken Janvrin, as the slot- back. And doing Ihe passing is Bruce Smebakkcn, a 170-pound quarterback. Som« Veterans Veterans iri the Soulh Dakota line are 194-pound led end Don Chicoin, cenier Ron .Wing and tackle Bob Roach. Physically, Soulh Dakota will nol be too much bigger lhan Ihe Bears. Colorado State College is in ils best physical condition since the season's opener against South Da- ;ota Stale. Gardner had missed I Ihe Bear games an til last Saturday, was injured iri that game and didn't return to action on a ulllime basis unlil Ihe Idaho State Same. Through the season, (he Bears ost six valuable players gelling inly Gardner back. Jim Jensen and Devanghn Demlcell were sidelined wilh concussions, Mark Tuinstra dropped for personal reasons, and Pat Pino and Jim :uilford incurred knee injuries. Tr-ese contributed to C-Stale's flounder. C-Slate fans claim the Bears are Ihc most representative o! Colorado, more than any oilier senior college or university team in the slate. On the 36-man. rosier there arc only four oul-of-siate players: Ken O'Hpurke from Brooklyn, N. Y. Tom Carlson from Kim Creek Neb., Frank Hoppe from Schuylcr Neb., and Jerry Young from Hawaii. Commenting on Ihe squad, Lindahl said,. "We're like the pro verbial Modcl-T Ford and have been held together by a scrap of bailing wire. I.ast Salurday most stale, 3-0 ire the league, goes out of our squad was in good physical side the conference where it's sut- condition, and it finally gelled."|fored two defeats already this sea-- son. The Indians play California Poly al San Luis Obispo Salurday and it looks like one of Ihe harder assignment this campaign for A- Wayne Johnson (185), quarter- jack Bruce Smcbakken (170), left tailback Jim Morris (190), right lalfback Ken Janvrin (201) and :ullback Jack Holdsberg (195I.- Colorado Slate -- Lefl end Jim Allen (190), left tackle Tom Hay (205), left guard Jerry Young (195), center Richard Rangcl (182), right guard Don Van Pelt (1851, right tackle Jin. Bibbey (200), right end Ken O'Hotikc (188), quarterback Tom Carlson (175), left halfback Gardner (170), right halfback Henry Morgan (ICO) anrl fullback Gary Wilson (170). Defensive changes are Doug Bruce for Gardner and Dave Lew's for Wilson.' The teams have met one common foe. The Bear" bowed to South Dakota State, 36-13, and South Dakota lost lo Iheir arch- rivals, 34-6. in Denver League piny, meels West Salurday. Pueblo Central, Soulh Central ague champion and only undc- enled, untied major eleven in prep foolball, has a Turkey Day dale with Longmont's Northern League champs at Lcngmont. The Iwo semi-final winners Ihen will clash for Ihe championship 3ec. z eilher at Pueblo or in Ihe Denver area. Mines, CC To Shoot for Victory Trail By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Their lillo hopes spoiled by de feats last w e e k e n d , Colorado 1 Mines and Colorado College plaj^ at Colorado Springs Salurday with each trying to get back on the victory Irail In Ihe Rocky Mounlain Conference football race. CC is 1-1 bfc. . The 1960 tille winners are: Cla AAA, Lakewood; Class AA, Delia Class A, Yuma; Class B, Limon and Class C (eight-man), Peelz. The next development in Class AAA ecmpelitlon. Is the Littleton-; at-Cherry Creek game Saturday, wilh the winner opening the playoffs against Lakewood Nov. 1!.'' The winner of the latter game hen will play East Denver al the suburban site Nov. 25, although :he game might b* moved up'to and that could give us a chance or a lie.' The Orange Bowl caa select whom k, wants from the eague and it just might rule in our favor." ' Missouri Coach Dan Devirie and Athletic Director Don Faiirot are 1 a little more cautious. Faurot says' "right,now It doesn't, look like we'll be going to the Orange Bowl. But you never can tell what Can happen." Missouri Is 3-1 and Kansas 4-1 in Ihc league. Colorado plays Utah at Boulder Sat. in a non-conference game It is not difficult to imagine the pressure Colorado will be under in the coming- weeks. Uath, Nebraska,.Iowa State and Air Force have considerable prestige to gain With an upset. Wilt Hits 55, Warriors Win Invincibles LeftinNBL By THI ASSOCIATED. PRESS They've only played 'IS games n the fledgling American Basket all League, but there isn't an un efeated team left among the ight apparently well-balanced members. The-Pittsburgh Hens and Ha wail Chiefs were the last to fall wth beaten Thursday night iri a loubleheader at Washington. The lost Tapers edged-lhe Chiefs 92 91 and the Chicago Majors whipped the Hens 109-97. In the only olher game, the Cleveland Pipers nipped the San Class AA pairings Nov. 1« send Francisco Saints 1M-100. Salida to Lamar and Falrview of Boulder t o Delia. The winners play Nov. 23 or'iS'at Boulder or Delta for the title!;' '·'·'· In Class A'' cqmbi»t' :: Saturday, Yuma plays- al'iVaJserrttirg, Louisville at Holyok'e'f'QUfle' at Laftf yelte and PaornV at 'Rangely. The semi-finals are 1 Nov.''"18 and the itle-decidlng gs'rrte Nov. 25. The Class B pairings this week lave Limon-Erie at ·Longrnont, fowler at Center, Pagosb Springs at Norwood and AuU-Mlddle Park at Granby. Peetz, which drew a first-round bye in eight-man competition, will plaj\at Grover, victor last week over Weldon Valley 39-fl. Oils goes lo Kit Carson and La Vela lo Swink, Silt and Slrasburg will play at Aurora. Sports Notes PHILADELPHIA (AP - Wil Chamberlain, who has been aver aging SO points a game, scorc 55 Thursday night to lead the Phil adelphia Warriors to a 151-10$ Vic :ory over Syracuse. It was the largest score, evef run up by a Warriors' team and widest margin of victory. Dolph Schayes, the NBA's all lime scoring champion, played his W2nd consecutive game lo [ie Jhe COMPOUND FRACTURE GROUNDS EAGLES PLAYER Tom. Bfookshier, Philadelphia Eagles defensive halfback, has right leg encased in bulky cast in a Philadelphia hospital Nov. 4. fte wai injured in game against Chicago Bears -- will be unabli to play during remainder of National League season. (AP Wira- photo) . - . ' , - U.S. Bowl Plans For Ail-Star Game U.S., Reds Vie For $70,000 in The Tapers defealed the Chiefs when Warren Spaggins sank a ield goal with 15 seconds left. Chic ago. brought its record to 2-3 when Ron Za"ger broke an 88- ts tie with a field goal and a free hrow lhat shot, (he Majors into a lead they never lost. The Pipers won'it despite six hree-polnt field goals by the iaiuts as Cleveland's John Barnhill took high points honors with 2t and teammate Ben contributed ». all-time record of Harry Gallaltn day. It announced ji Jan. 7 all- who never missed a game from Nov. 27, 1948, through March 12, 1958, with New York and Detroit. Schayes, whose consecutive streak garni began Feb. 17, 1952, racked up 13 points to run his all-time total to 17,833. In the opening game of the Con venlion Hall doublehcader, Detroit handed Boston its first loss Ihis year, 116-100, as Boston Coach Red Auerbach was banished from the' game for allegedly shoving an official and using abusive language. AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) --Johnny Smith of Los Angeles ^Sg-champr T^r,^ *^S± Say It with flowers when thoughts are deep and h a r d to express. Luzmoor's Flower* EU 2-2851 Weit 10th St. CSCs Yearling Football Team Plays at CSU Colorado State College's fresh man foolball learn will renew a staunch rivalry at 1:30 p.m. Saturday when ils invades Colorado in the last round of a 12-round bout by New Zealand middle weight champion Samoan Tuna Scanlan. Seanlan had six pound, weight advantage. State. Adams Stale's only remaining Ihe "Caucasian clause" from ils league game is with Colorado membership requirements Thurs- Mines at Alomosa Nov. 18. day State University. Johnson Sues Manager For S4oney Due PHILADELPHIA (AP.)-Harold J o h n s o n , the National Boxing Association's lightheavy weight champion of the world, sued his ohgtime manager Thursday for a financial accounting and release from his contract. Johnson accused Manager Pal Schayes, the all-lime scoring who'has lost only-four times i n , . ,. -. - . ,, _, eader jn the:Nalional Basketball 20 races over a three-year spanl^ 8 TM ars 'P r ° ud lhal our-player Association, Thursday night had and is generally considered t h e , c _ , _ , s lied the mark of 682.consecutive best U.S. horse in training. ,,.. . ,, ..... r. .,, Oliveri speclfica ly of withholding a[ter $3,725 due him for a fight in Se attle a Jew weeks ago. , In a bill of particulars,. John- By W. R. RAG SO ALE JR. WASHINGTON (AP)-The U.S. star game, matching teams composed of lop draft choices of the jowl .hopped into the scramble for National-Football League. lop college foolball players Thurs- xhe game dates puls the U.S! Bowl--lo be played in the new 50,000-seat D.C. Sladium -- in direct competition for players with two other all-star games the same weekend, the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., and the Hula in lnternaHonalRace; Honolu . Ili; , - · ' '. - . "We're going after Ihe top play- By GEORGE BOWEN ' ers hot and heavy," said Milton LAUREL, Md. (AP)'- The So- Fenstcr ' us - ^^ g cncral man - viets and Americans were at it a 6 e E;, " We ' re interested In only again today over a $70,000 inter-l one ' hln S ~ fating the best play national prize! The money will go 16 the yinner ers possible for Ihe game.' And -Fenster said his group of Salurday's 10th International hopes lo enlist the aid of Con race in which eight enlries repre- senling six nations will compete at a mile arid a half on Ihe grass. "Zabcg will win the International," Soviet trainer Ycvgeni Goot-' f ain him. gress jn recruiting top players by having the- congressman, f r o m . each player's district serve as an informal sponsor lo help enter- blicb slaled flally. "The Americans 'will have a lit- .The contest will match players drafted for the NFL's- Eastern Schayes Wants 20,000 Points , before Retiring By GEORGE ESPER PHILADELPHIA (AP) - ike Id reach 20,000 points andjyiclories lead the. world, will be'25-man squads, her, maybe I. think I might rE-lastride T. V. Lark, one of the twoj'. Pele Hozclle NFL commission'"" '- - - · · ' U.S.; enlries. The plhcr part of the er| C0 mmenled In Philadelphia: tie to say about lhal," retorted Conference against players di'aft- iwizencd jockey Johnny Longden. ed for the Western Conference.' "l'd| Longden, 54, whose 5,'55fi. race 1 Two NFL coaches .will direct the Ire.' It was Doljbh Schayes,talking. formidable home team is Kelso, "We in the National Foolball games played as he scored 13 ooinls in a disappointing 151-103 smijed when informed of Gottlieb's loss .to the Philadelphia Warriors. boast. ''That's .what they came Someone wanted lo know whal he 'way over for," he'said. Schayes next goal would be. His answer o( 20,000 points was year's International, the quick but he doubted if he could accomplish Ihe feat this year the invitation affairs. since he now has only 17,823 and averages from 1,500 lo.-l.BOO a punch is 1 Irtysch, a chestnut witr/ year. That would mean another season after this one. "I'd like to play one more year HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)--The son "'» said Oliveri ."entangled said the former New York University star who, at 33 is in his 13lh season in Ihe NBA "I feel good," he added, "si- son aiso sam Uiiveri entangled lhough rm nol produc i ng as wcl the plaintiff with sinister,and dis- as j. d , lke ^ 0 _ B u t rll get going Professional Golfers Association of. America officially eliminated reputable people whose interesls A-State's already assured of no worse, lhan a tie for Ihe championship and is heavily favored to win it oulrighl against the Miners. Western Stale, 2-2 in the loop and 4-4 overall, has a non-conference game Friday at Central Oklahoma. PGA spokesmen said dropping Ihe clause means lhat Oriental as well as Negro golfers who meet other PGA professional requirements will now be eligible for membership. PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Sonny Colorado State College, rldin g J«rgensen Philadelphia Eagles are inimlcable lo the plaintiff and professional boxing." The champion did not elaborate on this ref- irence. Commented Oliveri: ."I'm shocked to hear this; I never would have believed it. But I always lied about Harold and saic. he was a nice fellow. He isn't -- he's a no-gbodl" Oliveri charged- that Johnson still owes him JTO.bOO. "He'll nev- jbut he says he's fairly sure it he pays me and buys the con- high after upsetting Idaho Stale'2 uarl « back ' has , " JTMmed '«; Starting for the Bear yearlings^ last Salurday is hosl at' but he sav! he s falrlv sure ll are: li" -..---- · -».!·- - - - - - · tackle LeRoy burn,-right ta'ckle Lewis" Ward, nf* A Cl' " _i~. ' man for th * National Foo1ba11 run up by themanager, his fam- ri"hl end Gerald Troxell, quoiter- r O A C l i m i n O T e S League champions said Thurs- j| y arK ) friends. be°ck Jen-y Colgate, left halfback ^ _ _ _ c ' p| n ^y. aiicl Sonny agreed | Johnson, Jerry Cullen. right halfback Clark *-aUCaSian V-IOU SB! The right big loe was stepped on won | nc NBA Rodman and fullback Don Geltman. Jofre To Defend Title Feb. 22 and so will the team." Schayes, who has oflen been critical of the Warriors' Wilt Chamberlain, said he thought the 7-foot-l Philadelphia center in 7 or « years'would surpass him as the all-time leading scorer at the rate he has been going. Chamberlain, who scored more than 3,000 points jast year, is averaging 60. points Carl Hanford,. Kelso's trainer, are Ihe and West squads, The concept of s excellent..'.we arc Zabcg finished third in icerlainly ready to cooperate wilh , . the U.S. Bowl committee in any last 1 , fin-'- possible." sh by a .Soviet horse in throe of The second half of the Soviet: 1 TM' whk * This is the second bowl game announced for the now D.C. stadi- for business a reddish tint. this The National Trophy Bowlplsr.s ' a Dec. 30 game between '.vib college teams. It announced;..'. 1 ?" s-. day it is ' considering Mnrj. .-:,( and Navy as possible host tcar.'.'s with Alabama, Mississippi, Or^-; gon and Georgia Tech" in iiie run ; ning to complel/'Mhe match. U.S. Bowl President Jim Cas-. tiglia, former Georgetown Uni-: Battered Bears/ Faltering Falcons ToMeetSaturdoy BERKELEY, Calif. (AP)-California and the Air Force meet'yersity "and "Washington Redskin} here Saturday iri a football game r f u ]iback. said so far no decision fabbcd a battle of the battered has been mada as to whether ears and Ihe faltering Falcon, iplayers in the contest will Despite injuries, Ihe Bears of ce ive pay, as they do in the ^Mf.l !_ - l _ l _ L _ . l - 1-.'.- 1 t. . _ - ^ will re- Sen- California are tabbed a two touch- | or Bowl. down favorite over the invaders Fensler said his ,, _- r as each club seeks to improve Hs'gotialing with the National Broad group is no- poor record. ;casting Company .to televise the ,,..,..,, ,, , , ,, game. Hel, Although Handy Gold's shoulderV on | est . ], e sald no other raa j or racked up 55 points Thursday H ur y Bn l M . nous **?" to keep football game is now scheduled night as the Warriors ran up the him out , °^ ^^' *?"* BalllettU Ihe Sunday of the U.S. Bowl. er get his conlracHrom me unlil i| ar g e 5| s core j n the club's his- i,. -- ... -- _ _ j u ..... ic. -- * e - s P n n c f i t n f ; / » t ! i n " 8 am « * ilh the WashinglonjiMt prf,. 7 wilh a ninth round V - U n S T I I U l l O n Redskins Iwo weeks ago. X-rays knockout over Jesse Bowdry at tory. . In the only other NBA 'action', part of the Syracuse-Philadelphia doubleheader at Convention Hall, Detroit defeated ' Boston 116-110, ; the Celtics their first loss ._. ...- year. Don Ohl led Detroit 33-year-old Negro, wil j, 29 points while Bill Russell version of the title. w handing ]of the y . was high for HOLLYWOOD. Fla: (AP) -The " TM boDe break ' , Professional Golfers Association TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. 1 . Thursday eliminaled the "Cauca- AP) -- The coroner Thursdayi" sian clause" from its constitution blamed a heart attack for the!' '' Bowdry ~ i i ^ i- and Johnson llve FLOWERS For All Occasionsl ! ! Hansen's GreenhouM 1 ! S. 8th Ave. Ph. EL 2-5647 John and l,H)a K«m · -- Owners -- , . . tamweight boxing, champ ion i Jofre of Brazil has agreed lo fend his world title in San F Cisco Feb. 22. George Parnassus of Los MONUMENTS and MARKERS 60 Vein of Leiderihlp In Granite and Bronze Monument! OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment Hnlph llollleter GREELEY MONUMENT CO. *10I5 7th Ave. ' and opened its membership Io death of * Marine stricken while golfers from any conn-playing football, e world. . Second Lt. John Zuievich, 22, Negroes and died in a hospital Tuesday night. ' He had limped off Ihe field then slumped to the ground alter - orientals were not eligible for -. go|fers (rom j N , or(1) or '\n-jj 0 [ n tne Amcr i c;i couldiing tackled in a game 1 at the 'Marine base here. 172 Tuesday and held onto the lead lin the Japanese Open with a 5J»- gelcs made the ionouncemcnli The Georgia-Alabama section of: ,,,,.,..,,, ..,,. _ ,, Thursday as he (old newsmen of (hc PGA co-sponsored the resolu-; V; ,,,.!,,' r T f his association wilh Lou Thomas lion eliminating the "Caucasian!TM-, ,^!!.f .,1'ijS . of San Francisco in boxrag and lc ] nus _·· wrestling promotions. | i/) U strong of Rochester, Opposing Jofre would be one ofjuho was re-elected to a secondi three challengers, Herman Mnr- t wo -year term as president at Ihc! quez of Slocklon, the California! annua i meeting, said lhat Ihe! clause had not prevented Negro.[""·· golfers from participating in proji p|*Q AP -- Pete NaVamu- Snead, Johnson Drop Mexican Open Tourney MEXICO CITY (AP) - Co-favorites Sam Snead and Howie'""TM i" Johnson, the defending champion, Mmenl - TW. 'The wi(h Fairfield Jakes Beaumont Lead BEAUMONT,- Tex. (AP) -- Don Kairfield, an unerring putter from Casey, HI.,- uted ocly H strokes on the greens Thursday to register a flvc-uhder-par 66 and a two-stroke lead in : the open-! ing round of Ihe' $20,OM Beaumont InvitatSonal GoK-- Tourna-i ' " attack from quarterback at the! 1:30 p.m..kickoff.^ ': " " ' . ' . ! After experimenting, all leason, Coach Ben Martin of the academy opens with sophomore Al McArfor at quarterback. The ITft-pouridcr :rom Webster Groves, Mo., el- vatcd from the junior varsity less lhan a month ago, complcled 10 of 16 passes for 104 yards'.lasl week as the Falcons dumped Colorado Slcte U. H-9. That put their season record al 2-C compared with 1-5-1 for California. TRAP SHOOT Sin.. Nov. 12 Vi Mi. So. of Plalleville FREE COFFEE and ROLLS Sponsored By Ft. Yasquez Grange pulled out of the Mexican Na tional Open Golf Tournament P 01 " - . Thursday - leaving a wide open!'" 13 ' ««'hol« to Fairfiold banged m three key only eight for the a first- scramble for the *10,000 priiei^y advantage over veferaru Bob * - n«rt...«^ · _* T3 A *4ln_j r\** . r n .. :m»ney. US-pound champion, or Ignacio Pim or Jose Medel, both of Mexico. Pina U No. 1 mrtender tournaments. Three have done so: |J nf the Naitooal Boxiag A««ci»- Charlie Sifford and Ray Bolts of Los Angeles, and Dick Thomas oil »r TMf ASIOCIAT1O MtSI vateran · pra. fnm WhiU Sulphur ion and Pina No. S. Current plans are lo have Mar- Baltimore, Md. qiiez fight Pina here early in 19*2 The resolution permitting world]" ·« *«*· Rosiurj of Portland, .Ore.-, Jay Lema, young touring pro San Leandro, Calif., and *" G ? ne Co * lun " ·lalpeni of Mint-l* 1 -"- *"'« wnom had the first round Twenty-cine players e«jual*d or 38-35-71 par -I Tournaanem:officiate uiii SrittA, ptcturaque Tyrrell Park goif oourae, a tree-lined, trap-studded [Springs. W. Va., phooed fr«n monster measuring 6,573. yard*. [Miami, .Fla., meral hours after . · «nateur Robert. HJper, City Tne resoiuiron pcnmiuny ^ U I H J J ···· · - * . . :o help determine the challcnger.lmembership, Strong said, will al-' Philadelphia 151, Syracuse 1» the fir* threneme had ttcd'.cff NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dclroir 2, Boslon 1 Montreal 5, Toronlo J 110 low such regular lourney payers Detroit 1M, as Gary Player and.HaroW Heming of Soulh Africa, and Bruce Washington K, Hawaii Jl Crampton and Pelcr Tliomson of Chicago 1W, Pillsburgli 97 i.itir^lia TA ^famr PfiA mem- CieveUiad ioi. SM ~r« Austral bcr.«. ralia to tecome V ~f - '100 and said bmlxii would keep him from Jehnjofl, of'Co^ Hill, III., who won lait year with a 273 toial, Ctevfiiod 'm, S**"~ri*ci*0u alio E A R Football-State CUs* B Quarter Finals Ault vs. Middle Park ftatenlay, Nov. llth, at Granby 1:30 p.m.--Locker Room Interview with Ed Prange, Airlt Coach. Also, color. 2:00 p.m.--Kidtoff. Play-by-play direct from Ihe fi«M by F-arry S«ars. -kir hy Jerry Fahrtnbruch. Sponsored by the. progressive merchants in Ault, KFKA 1310 on your radio dial J,\

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