Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 10, 1961 · Page 15
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Cat Basketball Team Greeley High School's basketball learn Is busily preparing for the 1961-62 season with SO varsity, junior varsity and sophomore candidates. Greeley began worlsmits Nov."i. Coach Jim Baggot's Wildcats open Iheir season Dec. 1 against highly touted Denver East at the GHS gym. Then Dec. 2 the Wildcats invade Denver George Washington;'defending State Class AAA champio'n.- Baggot has three ieltermen back from the 1961 State Class AAA consolation champions: George Tcllcz, Myron Long and Phil LcCuycr. Ten members of the junior var- sily Kittens and a transfer- are the top candidates for the remain' ing positions on the Wildcal varsity. They include three boys presently playing on the football team:- Bob Sitzman, Bulch Butler arid Mike Wilson. - · Sitzman had his football career cut short with a wrenched knee, and Baggot said he will probably not be ready for- Grccley's non- Fight* By TH E ASSOCI ATE D PR ESS Los Angeles -- Eddie Garcia, 135, Denver, outpointed Jose Luis Cruz, 134, Mexico City, 10. Philadelphia -- Sidney Adams, 138, Philadelphia, outpointed J. D Ellis, 138, Trenton, N: J., 10. Tokyo--Haruo Sakamoto, 122V4 Japan, and Kozo Nagala, 122?i Japan, drew, 10. Auckland, New Scanlan, Samoa, Zealand--Tuna knocked ou Johnny Smith, rniddlcweights. Los Angeles, 12 ...« OWLING g Phil LiCuyw conference games and possibly or some of the Northern games Th« Northern season starts Dec 8 with Greeley al. Fort Collins. Members frorn the 1960-61 jun or varsity team seeking varsity berths are seniors Don Taylor Jim Anderson, Ted Lcbsack and Jerry Moser and juniors Tom Bag got, Joel. Rotfamuuxl LaVera Y«lker. The transttr. Is senior Doug Ewald from Phoenix, -Ariz. LeCuyer, Tdlei and Long-are seniors. Butler and Wilson are uniors. About 29 juniors and seniors are working- out with ihe team. There are also about 25 sophomores with several more expected to turn out when the football team is disbanded. ' :.;The Wildcat schedule: Non-Conferenct games -- Dec. 1 Denver East at Greeley, Dec 2 Greeley at Denver George Washington Northern games'-- Dec. 8 Greeley at Port Collins, Dec. IS Englewood at Greeley, Dec. it (Thurs day) Greeley at Fort Morgan. Jan. 5 Longmont at Greeley Jan. 12 Greeley at Boulder, Jan 13'Loveland at Greeley, Jan.. 19 Greeley at Sterling, Jan. 26 Aurora at Greeley, Jan. 27 Fort Collins at Greeley. '.. ' Feb. 2 Greeley at Englewood, Feb.-10 .Fort Morgan at Greeley, Feb. 16 Greeley al Longmont, Feb. 23 March March Boulder Greeley Sterling at Greeley, rt Lbveland, at Greeley, March 16 Greeley at Aurora. Bears Prepare for Basketball Campaign SKI Medicine Bow 3? Miles West of Laramie, Wyo., on Highway 130 OPEN Nov. 11 and 12 OPEN for Daily Operation Starting Nov. 18 Eight Ieltermen are leading the Colorado State College basketball team through its preliminary practice sessions for the 1961-62 season which begins Dec. 1. The Bears, coached by John Bunn, will entertain Eastern New lexico University Dec. 1-2. Regulars returning are Bob Rul- n and Jim Gilbert. Larry Batman and Ted Wright were start's for part of the 196M1 sea- on. Other letlcrmen seeking berths i the starting lineup this year re Jerry Ralfliff, Gary Burk- ren, Charles Hastings, and Hoy Betz. Wetlinglon Williams, a squads man two years ago; and four jun- or varsity players are also work- ng out. They are Julie Yearling, SKI 2 DAYS for, $10 Include! Two-Day Tow T i c k e t Plus OvernFght Lodging at the FrEendly Motel In Cintcnnlil, Wyo. · Both T-Bar Lifts Operating · Ski Rentals Available · Restaurant and Warming Facilities Operating. SNOW CONDITIONS ARE GOOD! : ack Norris, Slavic. . Bob Hicks-and Al Sophomores are Don Mulyaney rom' Longrhonf, Bill Belrfieaf rom Denver South, Charles Carl from Alton, 111., and Freddy Weber from College High. Junior College transfers are /incent (Bin) Graete and Bol lolles from Casper, Wyo., Bil Llnd from Mesa, Gerald Wagner 'rom Pueblo, and Barr Connelly torn Mason. City, Iowa. Bunn face's a major problem re placing guard Frank Carbajal ind developing a center. He sale IB is giving every candidate thorough look, and will begin-de veloping a smarting unit next week The Bears will be hoping to im prove upon a 7-7 Hocky Mountain Conference record and a 8-1 overall record. Ruflin and Gilbert hope to belter.their 1960-61 scor ing averages. Ruffin averagec 13.3 points a game and Gilbei 14.2. This year Gilbert has bee switched from forward to guarc loping that ,he might take u some of the slack left by Carba jal's graduation. Carbajal averag ed 16.3 points last year. .Replacing Gilbert at forwar will probably be Batman, who eraged seven points a game year ago. The Bears will take a holida swing through New Mexico, Ar zona and Texas prior lo Chris mas with games scheduled at New ([Mexico Kate, New Mexico Wes The schedule: . .. Dec. 1-2 Eastern New Mexico t Colorado State College. (Dec. game will be played at 3:30 p.m. new lab school gym). Dec. 9 Fort Hays State al CSC, )ec. 13.'CSC at New M e x i c o late (Las Cruces), nee. 16 CSC I.New Mexico Western (Silver ily), Dec. 18 CSC at West Texas tale (El Paso), Dec. 22 CSC al rizona. Jan. 5 CSC al Colorado. Mines, an. 6 Colorado Mines at CSC, an. 12-13 CSC at Colorado: Col- ege, Jan. 17 Denver at CSC, Jan. 9-20; CSC, at Western State, Jan, 26-27 'Adams Stale at' CSC. Feb. 2-3 Weslern State al CSC, 'eb. 9-10 CSC al Idaho State, 'eb. 16-17 CSC at Adams Slate, Feb. 23 'Colorado Mines at 'CSC, 'eb. 24 CSC at Colorado Mines. March 2-3 Colorado College at n, West Texas Slate and Ari AT CLASMC-- . CLASSIC \AJORS The scores:.. Bowlorado Lanes ·'Campus Pharmacy 0;'McArthur-Wheeler 2, Classic Lanet 1; Sober onoco 3, Driftwood I. Top team series: Bowlorado Lanes 2379. Top Individual series: .Dave Stroman 80S; Skip Hoxsey 591: Ken Shirley' S6! , ' Top team game: Bowlorado Lanes »29. : . . ' . ' . Top '. individual games: Skip Hoxsey MS: Ken Shirley 124; War. ren Giles 215. GREELEY COUNTRY CLUB ' . . LADIES' ,,r '· . · . The scores: Bowlter.j. 1, Alley Cats 2; Slicers 3, Handicappers 0; Four Aces 3, Slick Chicks 0. Top team series: Bowlferi 2028. Top individual scries: F^lelle Levilt 466; Phyllis Arnold 439. Top'team game: Bowlfers 739 Top Individual games: Estellc Levitt 174; Phyllis Cockreil 172. WOMEN'S CLASSIC . T1»c scores: Sundown Molel 3 Brancn's Food 1; Classic Lanes 4, Erickson's'0; SargPnl Spor Shop 2, Dodd's 2; Martin Produci 3. Mack's M j Meadow Gold 4 Ray Murphy Contr. 0. Top team series: Meadow Goli 2447. ; ' . Top individual series: Klsii Crabb 540; Belly Koenig 533: Jan el Newton 525. . Top team game; Dodd's 911. · top individual games: .Ldi Coffman 213; Janet Newlon 202 Helen Schluter 201. . CLASS6TTE The.scores: Kuper' Const..' Greeley Ex. '1; Woodlfs Dist. i Empire Savings 1; Skcel'.. 81 Ave. 3,'Western Auto 1; Ross Mu sic 2, Wheeler Realty 2. Top team series: Wheeler Rea ty 2127. . ' Top individual series: M. Me Glothlin 512; F. Scott 502; L. Wi helm 461. Bowling · BARNESVILLE MIXED . The scores: King Pins 4, Pin 'oppers Gutter Runners Chipmunks 0; FHnslones 3, Chal- engers 1; Unstrikables 3; Pin Heads. 1. Ladies .lop individual series: Doris Bunting 397; Sharon Bauer 350; Lucille Miller 339. Ladies top individual games: Doris Bunting 162; Lena Hartwig 141; Louise Kutcher 132. Top team series: Unstrikables 1578. · - · ' . ' Top individual series: Fred Drewer 444; Chris Bunting .464; Vic Wolfe 448. Top 593. Top Drewer 192; Larry Miller 189; Alex Hoffner 171. Top team series: Farmer's Un- 2333. Top Individual series: Don MU- wl S44; John Haley'54V Al Fish- 544. Top learn game: Farmer's Un By JACK CLARY - Atucktcd Pr.»i Sp«Hi Writ«r Texas, the nation's lo|)-ranked college football team, Minnesota, Michigan Slate and Georgia Tech that has averaged 349 yards a of Ihc Big Eight plays Oklahoma, all' are watching their steps this gome, rnnkliig .eighth .in (p'lal of- only 1-5 so far, in a conference fensc. The.gome will be televised game. Top individual ekelberg 274. game: Arnold Texas, Minnesota, Georgia Tech/ Mich, State Wary of Weekend in n row. The Gophers, tied for Colorado, ranked j-cighth . ind tire Big Ten lead with third-ranked first in Ihe Big Eight, pits its 7-0 Oh.'o State. (4-0), will have to cope record against Utah of the Sky- with Iowa's speed and passing line, while Missouri (No. 10), also SUNrXWNERS The scores: Hart Grain Co. 4 ummlngs Sheet Metal'O; Reich rt Packing 3, Moose 909 1; Gil est Elevator 4,' Ehrlich Motor Greeley Gas Co.'-l, Wards Scrv e.3; Greeley Excavation 4, Bray nd Harrison 0; Goldsmith Dairj Greeley Sheet Metal'3; Hogset umber 3, Pepsi-Cola 1. Top team series: Hart Grain o. ,2475. Top individual series: Wertz ale 577; Rudy Carlson 554; Me! imken 528. . Top team game: Hart Grain Co. 19. · . Top individual games: · Werli ale 235; Marvin Ream 220. CLASSIC BOWLETTES The scores: Montgomery'Ward Professional Finance 0: Classic anes 2, Allied Renlal 2; Wellcr irhber 3, Ed's Phillips 66 1; :cbcrlein Mfg. Co. 3, Wilshire Monies I. Top team scries: Classic Lanes 090. - ' · Top individual series: oll 482; 'Agnes' Cowan 477- lulsu Osaki 474. top learn game: Classic Lanes weekend. These'arc Ihc top teams who are most in danger of losing lofty standing as the weekend schedule suddenly swilches from Us fever- pilch of a week ago to something closely resembling sanity. Even tonight's schedule is interesting, though not power-packed. Texas Christian goes to the West Coast to batlle Big Five leader UCLA, while Detroit, minus national offense leader Jerry Gross, regionally (ABC-TV, 2:15' Eastern Standard. Time.). after its loss' to, the' Gophers,' has P- m ' The LSU-North Carolina game and a Skyline game with co-leader Michigan Stale, ranked sixth Wyoming winding up Its season New Mexicq are Ihe other another toughio in upset-minded regional t e l e v i s i o n offerings Purdue.. The Boilermakers Iowa iwo.weeks ago and are 2-1 Q , impo , lant conference In the Big Ten. .The. Spartans.LJJ js . ^ , Ua wllli an pffcnso.lhat has aycragctjlp ,/ ( (4 . 0) pl 331 yards, o gome, are 3-1, ami still lit the race. Ohio Slate has a relatively easy (S-i; i ona oncnsc lemicr jerry Ltro^s, , , · v ¥ ;,. , ' .. · plays a good Villanova team nnd ,^k agatnst,.Indla«a. In another '·'·'**.. - - ( Furman o f - t h e Soulhern Conference hosts East Carolina. All eyes will be on Texas 'to see if Ihc Lcnghorns can stand he gaff, after being named No. 1 n the lalest Associated Press poll. And they'll get n good test from iaylor, whose fine backs still are lobbling a bit from a rash of early-season injuries. The Ixjnghovns. leading Southwest Conference with mark, and 7-0 over-all, arc Big Ten game.,The Buckeyes (No. 3), led by Bob Ferguson's cliarg- ng ground attacks, are 5-0-1 overall, with the All-America'fullback laving gained 636 yards rushing so far. Georgia Tech.jnc of four Southeastern schools in the lop ten, has the loughcst assignment. The 4-0 the nation's offense l e a d e r s . The Longhorns' defense, ranked sev- member Tennessee, with Tecl llle just a slop behind and Harvard Columbia (4-1) 4 and Dartmouth (3-D get together in New. York. . . . . Duke, the olhcr co-leader in the ACC, incels Navy in Ihe ; Oyster Bowl in Norfolk, Va., while Notre Virginia and unbeaten Rutgers (6-0 Delaware meet in other ?ames, ' ' Olhcr Saturday games: ; East: William r/iirj'at" Army. . ,, _ . . . . . . _ . . , , . ninth-ranked Engineers meet SEC- Connecticut at Boston-U. VMI'-'at Buffalo Brown at Cornell. Mas- Ihc leaders sachusetts and Holy Cross. Vale with a 3-1 mark. 'at Pcnn. Colgate at Syracuse; Alabama, ranked second andi sp u tli: Miss. Stale vs. Auburn at leading the conference with 5-0, Birmingham, Ala. Wofford at Da' ' enth with an average yield of favored while fourth-ranked ' Lou- 168.7 will have to cope with halfback Ronnie null of the Bean (3-3). Minnesota (No. 5), off its thrill- olays .Richmond and' Is lieavilyi vi(Isoll Georgia vs. Florida,' al favored while fourth-ranked 'Lou-ij ac j: sonv jn 0 _ T), C ciladel al Flor-. isiana Slnte, which ended Missis-' i(la stat p nighl Miss . Southern at' ·s sippi's dreams a week ago. Is ex- Louisiana pccfed to have a bit of trouble M arv ]nnd. N.C. Texas State Stale Top individual games: Eunice :coll 1SB; Mulsu Osaki 186; Ag- ,es Cowan 179.' FRIDAYS-MIXED The scores: Freds Machine Shop , N. Us P. Q. 1; Humble Oil 4, Franks Seed Store 0; Meadow from North Carolina, co-leader in Memphis State. Clcmson at South ing 13-0 upset of then lop-rankod ; the Atlantic Coast Conference. Carolina . M i a m i , Fla. at Tulane, Eunice Michigan Slate last week, now^Ilssissippi, (No. 7), plays little n j g ht Kentucky at. Vanderbijt. uns into Iowa, which has lost two.Challanooga. Virginia Tech at Wake Forest:;. Midwest: Miami, Ohio at Day- Ion. Michigan at Illinois. Houston at'Tulsa. Nebraska at Iowa State. Kansas State at Kansas. Wisconsin at Northwestern. Drake at Wichita. ' , " " . ... Southwest:, Arkan-'ia;, at . Rice. team game: Unstrikables individual games: Fred Top team game: Ross Musi 747. Top individual fames: F, Scot 204; M. McGlplhllh 196; D. Milch ell 18*. :,',.';- ' ·· CLASSIC MIXED The scores: Greeley Tree Serv ice 4, Often Hardware 0; Bill Mobil-4, Greeley.Linoleum Ti ); Ley Trucking 3,.Miller's Ba jer Shop 1; Anderson's Radiot 3, Standard .Oil 1'; Skeirts h Av Jones Sporting Goods 1: Go don's Food. Stores i, Horlo Sheet Metal 2. - Top team scries: Greeley Tr Service 1978. Top individual series; Men -E. Nicks 572; D. Samuels 571; G. Waterman 646. Women.-- L. Kent 585; J. Perry 490; L.'Samuels 470. Top team game: Greeley Tree Service 684. Top individual games: Men -D. Samuels 211;. G, Waterman 208; E. Nicks, G. Sanders 200. Women -- L. Kent 211-198; M. Muhlbach 182. ·JR. .RISERS The scores: Igniters 0. Laiy Five 2; Bombers 1, Play Boys 1; Comets 0, Bobby Box 2; Magoos 1, Headpins 1; Pinbuiters 2, Five Pins 0. . Top team 1606. rt Packing 2, Weld D. H. !. A. 3 ; Quality Dairy 2, Campus Pharmacy 2: Weldofado Drug 4, Bools Aulo .Sales,0,, . · Top tean\ scrjfjs-., Handicap -Shupe and Yost 1 Basketball's Second Oldest Surviving 'Child' Is Found By ART HARRIS Sportt Editor' Jacksonville (111.) Journal-Courier JACKSONVILLE, 111., (AP) -- when he heard of tha festive occasion last 'week in Springfield Mass. Gold 9, Shupe and Yost 4; Reich- Basketball's second oldest surviv- la * s - . , _ . . . 'at'Texas Western, night. Hildncr, a ; retired Presbyterian ^ Wcst . , dahfl \ t series: Lazy Five FOOTBALL Saturday Afternoon November 11 CtUrado Slat* Cditga vs. Soith Dakota COLUMBINE SPORTSMEN Trie scores: Elks 4, John Thompson Garage 0; Rocky Mountain Brokerage 4, Larson-F.joberg 0; Jakes Mobil 3, Cloverleaf Dog Track J: Greeley Janitorial Service 2, Fox Motors 1. Top team series: Elks 2321. Top individual series: Bill Chase 516; Arl Briggs 511; Ed Bunker 505. Top team game: Elks 798. Top individual games: Del Reil 209; Bill Chase 202; Art Rosen, Art Briggs 197. Top individual scries: Terry Rouse 280; Allen Fredrkkwn 265; Don Sanders 263. Top learn game: Lazy Five 821. Top individual gomes: Gordon McGlothlin 150; Don Sanders 148: Randy Brass, Dale Magneson 147. CLASSIC SPORTSMAN'S The scores:. Adamsoh's 3, Gree ley Excavation 1; WatkinV Prod ucfs 3, Hillside Addition 1; Best way BIdg. Center 1, McDonald's Drive Inn 3; Nelson, Haley, Pat terson and Quirk 3, Classic Cen lev 1; Farmer's.Union 4, Farm *r's Insurance Group 9; Greeley Ready Mix 2, Northern Engineer ing 2. TQP-, indivjduaj;,., series: Men icralfh --'.DflfyM^tflhell W7' Gene Ie.ttjriger. 5Sf)ifpo t 5j,Milchell 548. Women Scr.ilch.-^ ; /Collee'n Smith 492; Ardith Boyes;465; Jot Schuman 465; Jerry .Hejchcrt 460 Top'team game; Handicap -Shupe and Yost 645: 'Top.Individual games; Scratch Men.--^ Don : Mitchell 234; Don Mitchell 225: Harold Trickson J04. Women -- Jo.Schuman 188; Jerry Peichert -184; Marion Scheirman 180. - - ' PLATTEVILLE VFW The scores: Q.. K. and B's. 3, Krazy-Bees 1; Pinjwppers 3, Split- ers 1; Bellyachers 4, Wollers 0; Hucklebucks 3, Flintstones 1; Jokers 3, Hanstars 1.; Top team series: Pinpoppers 823. Top individual series: John Sarchet 496;:Dick Bollig 465; Larry Roberts 460; Norma Lindon 505; Dorothy Brotcmarkle Eileen Sarchel 426. .Top team game: Pinpoppers ,«.'. -. · · Top individual games: Bill Kern Sr. 211; John Sarchct 191: Everelt Hoke 181;' Norma Linden 179-167; Dorothy Brotemarkle 173; Arlcne Slarr 164. JACKSON BROWNIES The Super Jays 2, Slick Chicks 0; Ramrods 0, Beboppers 2; Super Jels 1, Gay Chums 1; .Happy Fic- es 1, Perky Pals 1. Top team series: Super Jays 738. Top individual series: Claudia Spencer 142; Joni Levitt 124; Ter- ing "child," ceremonies marking birth, has been found; "Evidently, they musl have 1 houghl I was dead," Ernesl G. Hildner, 88, of Jacksonville, said min.islcr, was Ihe youhgesl mem- forgotten at recent ber of the YMCA training school narking the game's class lhat 1 helped Df. James Nai- ri Osborne 119. Top team game: Beboppers 'i84. Top individual games: Claudia Spencer 83; Joni Levitt '65; Michelle Odell 65. Luther No. 2 9, First Congregational 4 ; \ 0 u r Saviour's Lutheran No. 1 4, Eaton Baptist No. 2 0; La Salle Baptist l', Immanue 1 Lutheran No. l 3; Christian No 1 0. Eaton Baplisl No. 1 4 ; Iranian uel Lutheran No. 2 3, First Unite'i Presbyterian'!;. First Baptist 0 Christian No. 2'4; First Mcthodis 1, Trinity Episcopal 3. Top. team series: Christian No 2 2477. Top individual series: Vic Wolfi 542; Keith Samuclson 537; Dm Nauman 532! Top team game: Our Saviour*s Lutheran No. 1 848. Top individual games: Don Nauman 216; Lawrence Herlzke 203; Vic Wolfe 197. AULT MEN'S The scores: Greeley Trucking 3, Auk Gambles I; Ault Lions Burman Clothing 3; Miller Spraying 1, Manweilcr Weld'ng 3; Carler Bookkeeping 1, Farr Company 3; Weller Lumber Co.-3, Pinks Conoco 1; Ault Liquor 1, Wid' maier Chevrolet 3; Aull VFW 4, Ault Grain and Bean Elev. Co. 0; Danielson Equipment 1, Farmers National Bank 3. Top team scries: Burman Cloth ng 2587.' Top individual series: Gcorgi Simpson 595; Ed Johnson 588 E. F. Broyles 573. Top team game: Weller Lum ber Co. 929. Top individual games: Short; Kinoshita 219; Ed Johnson am E. F. Broyles 210; George Simp son 209. smith bring his New-England cold allicr cure-all into the world, ng peach baskets as cradles 1BS1. The spry oldlimer said he was t - h u r l at being overlooked at e commcmoralive evenl mark- l Iho 70lh birlhdoy ot basketball id the 100th anniversary ot Nai- nith's birth. "I'd just like to set the recorc raight thai there are two livin; TWtnbers i of that class-instead o ne," Hildner mused in referrinj Raymond Kaighn, who hai x:en described.as the "only liv g member.". Kaighn, Hildner. agrees, was ere that morning when "Jimie" "(Naismilh). walker! into the 'mnasium at Ihe Springfield hool for YMCA physical educa in instructors and secretaries id said? "Let's try this." "We hoisted the peach baskets their perches on the indoor ack gallery above the baskclball xr," Hildner recalled. "Jimmie vided Ihe class, and the game gan with brute force." The 1893 graduate of Ihe school convinced that no one on the sor that bleak winter day was ware of what soon would de:lop. AT COLUMBINE- CHURCH The scores: Trinity Lutheran 2, Eaton Lutheran 2; Our- Sav!or's| 1015 8«h Ave. Basketball Equip. S A R G E N T SHOP EU 3-4567 SMU 'at Texas AM.' Boston College, at Texas tech. Arizona Stale Arizona. Cnlora[!p_ Slate U. at Brlgham Young. Air Force at California. Montana at Montana State. Sun Jose St. at Univ. of Pacific. Stanford at Southern Cal. Oregon at Washington State. Oregon Slate at Washinglon. G A S - T O O N S By MORRIS and SWEED Those are the fkst squawkc MorHs and Sweed ever had their Shamrock Service." If you have rtaion to squawk about our service, It will bl because it't too good. 11 SHAMROCK TRUCK STOP 'Free Pick-up and Delivery" Ph. EL 2-6939 26th St. at Highway 8S BACK THE BUFFS FOOTBALL PICTURES COLORADO UNIVERSITY vs. UTAH Sunday, Nov. 12, 4 p.m. PUBLIC INVITED Greeley Country Club Sponsored hy Colorado University Alumni JACKSON FIELD 1:30 P.M. Don Van Ptlt Admix* ion Adults . 1,50 Children 6 thrnarh High School fiO F A M O U S asst B I R D S H O O T E R * Handcrafted Jrorri th« finest leathers--givinf you the mo»l comfortable, featli«r-lighi footgear for upland hunting you can put on your feet. Rugged-' ly built for the roughest kind of going. Factory nwint»in« Jow-co*t resoling service. C OtflfWCTIOtt JONES co SPORTING GOODS 4-28 8th Ave. Phon» EL 3-3333 922 24-28 8th Ave HEY, KIDS!! 50 CUSTOMIZING KITS FREE!! Th« first SO kid* bringing this ad to »ur «tor« will r*c*iv« FREE a custom mod*l car kit. ALKIRE'S HUNTERS ATTENTION!! Pheasant Season opens Sat., Nov. 11, at S a.m. Stock up on shells and supplies. SHOTGUN SHELLS FREE!! The first 5 hunUrs bringing this ad to our store will receive FREE a box of shotgun shells of your choice. Hunten under 18 wlihlng « titt box of »hells must be acccmpar:ieci by «n adult. 721 Seventh St. CamfieW Hotel

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