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Bearcats Again Top Cage Team By JOE RilCHLER There was a g.-rs! duffle inj Asucuted Pre« Sports Writer ;the lower hall cl the top ten how-' Cincinmiti, riding the crest of a:ever. .Ninth-ranked Kentucky and 14-game winning streak over a c tenth-ranked Seattle joined the twttseason span, was nearlyjelite, as Wisconsin and Oregon everybody's choice for the thirdjstate dropped out. Wisconsin! straight week as the nation's top [plummeted all the way down from! college basketball team in Tbelwventh pUce after losing to In- Associated Press poll. 'diana State. Oregon State's down- Figures compiled Monday gave K 3 " resulted from a split in a the Bearcats a total of 438 points [weekend series with California. | in 42 first place votes and two! Colorado's unbeaten Buffaloes seconds among the 44 sports (advanced two notches, jumping i writers and sportscasters whol" 1 ' 0 i*U place af'er beating Pep-j up the voting panel. T(ie two non-Cincinnati ballots gave, first place to Duke's Blue DevHs who. for the third straight week, placed second to the Bear- perdine easily foiVheir fourth victory. Illinois (Ml moved up from 10th to eighth on the strength of an overtime triumph over Iowa State. first-five undisturbed. cats with 349 points a bare 47: W; st Virginia dropped a notch points ahead of third-ranked Ohio io Dentil place despite a one- Slate, sided victcry over Richmond for Loyola of Chicago, with 218i' ts third success in four games, points and Mississippi State, with Kentucky returned to the top tenj 213,-placed fourth and fifth, re- TM a "'·*" decision over Norm-, speclivcly. leaving last week's! Wilern a "d unbeaten Seattle! moved in for the first time be-! cause of a convincing 75-58 triumph at Dayton for victory No. 4. The Bearcats of Cincinnati, driving for their third straight NCAA title, knocked off once powerful Kansas State and Kansas last week and extended their season's record to 6-0. They face :he always tough Dayton team Pro Bowl Eastern Squad Is Announced GREELEY TIIBINE TM*., Dec. 1», 1M2 LOS ANGELES IAP) - TV New Yort Giuti, dmnpiw the Eutera Cottrtan e( fe N«- Ftetbtll eifht fiiyen a tbt EMtan ·quad, which will met i Westtra Divltin fnup h the Pr* B«wl football gu» htn Ju. 13. A iquwi of a nun wUetod by th* men hud cMcfaM rf tk* Eatten Conference was MBOUBC- ·d Monday by Glton D»vtj lad Dive Braadman. CfrdirtcUo the lltli Mnui! charity One more playtr. i choice of the bead cotch, will be imounod later thlt week. M will UM ptrnaoel tt tbc Werten »ll-«tir ·ffrtgaUoo. The Otveltnd Br*WM laadtd tlz men on the team, the St. Louii Cardinali and Dalta five Pittjburfh (our, Wuhinftoa three HALFBACKS - Erich Bam S*w Y«rk: jinwry Hffl, St. Lw h: DM tehof. Mlii. SAFETIES - Jin Pattn. New '«k; Larry WihM, St. Lot KO'd Fighter Soys He'll Never Weigh Under 201 Heavy- NEW YORK 'AP! weight contender Zora Policy, who was knocked out by Doug Jones Saturday night, says he'll never scale less than 200 pounds for a fight again. "I was too iight" said Folley, dler, Airz. weaker." *U4S ROMPS N I N E T Y TWO YARDt-Willie Ross 21) Nebraska halfback whose running was a highlight of the Mcond annual Gotham Bowl game, breaks away from Miami'i Bob Stricter (62) during his 92-yard return of kickoff for Corn- busker touchdown In second quarter at New York's Yankee Stadium. Dec. 15. Miami's Robert Werl K) was outrun while a Nebraska blocker, Larry Donovan (87), took out Miami'j Frank Bertani (15). Nebraska won, 36-34. (AP Wirephoto) Thursday and a surprisingly! strong Davidson quintet Saturday.! Davidson has a 4-1 record, losing; only to Duke by a narrow margin. Duke, which barely got by Louisville 76-75 Saturd'ay for its christ ' lnc PTM" TM a n of Buffalo, Buffalo's Gilchrist AFL Rushing Champ DALLAS, (AP) -- Cookie Gil-the pass-receiving champion for and Philadelphia one. The Eastern aquad: OFFENSE ENDG-Ocl Shobwr, New York Sonny Raadly, St. Louis; Prttton MkhlgaV 101 Carpenter, Pittsburgh. TACKLES - RooMvelt Brown New York; Mike McCormick Cleveland. GUARDS - Jim Ray Smith Cleveland; John Ni*y, Waihlig ton; Dan-ell DIM, New eYrk. CENTERS-Rajr Wietecha, New wettern 7S By TMfl MMCIATU Mitt Iowa 71, ClemtM H Catholic U. «, Waihiotlm Catholic U. «. WaihJatfM «*41 Indiana *, Detroit 14 Baldwin Wallace 71. Stetaoa 71 towa Slat* M, Toted* II Teaaei*ee 73, Citadel M Deiiaoi 71, Marietta M Kinui H, Denver 43 Ea*«n Ky. K. Wittenberg «. 3 overtuntf the third straight year. He caught York; Butt Nutter, Pittsburgh. HALFBACKS - John David Crow, St. Louis; Don Perklni Dallas; Bobby Mitchell, Waihing ton; Tommy McDonald, Philade Bosketboll Scores Morthead II, St. Bonaverture * Furman St. William t Mary Si nilndt H. Sao Joe* State M Chicago Loyola 13, Wettera CreMjhtoi »7. Ohio Ueiv. 95 Georgia Tech M. Alabama M Auburn 79, Chattanooga 37 Bradley R, Adaim State, Colo. I Nebraska 71, Miami, Ohio, M Southern Method* H, North- TIN WOOD*, NO IRONS - Pat Siniscalchi o! Westbury. N.Y., proudly dijpiayi a tet ot ten matched woods. He evea make* putten with wood head*. Neuritis ended his playing career. :x-Golfer Siniscalchi Turns Wood into Money, Success WESTBURY, N. Y. (AP)-Neu- Itti put Pat SlnlKalchl in bull- neu at an early age. Pat wai a Ttxai A*M H, Soutnwntern I 0 " 1 «o"«r la all lit* *, then ige." Yorker. Mary Mrs. Angel Jlarquei Marg manj nand Hern atrici Paso fina Also · children, later. HOIJLAN M|-s. 1 1209 1 ot Le Floyd Clieye later. ·;$«u1 ^Church. ·jpjove. '·· ertg '·: 10:3 I: the .| Church. : Grove : may r ; lions ; ropnl : f u n d . e returning 10 unan- 'I Ihught I'd be fas- j was-- but I also was , ( ghcd 202 pounds when d Jones of New York, i Denver. He weighed es' 185 Saturday night Square Garden when ted out in the seventh he hard-hitting New and Funerals r~r?*tf ^^KJl'j li if III li ARES Felipa Manianares i Avenue. Mother o .Manzanares of Gree Ionian -E. Hernandei raington, Calif., .Mrs Lopez of Greeley, ula Morales of Los s, Calif., Mrs. Alice es of Denver, Mrs. ret Jarmillo of Ger- Sister of John Her- idez and Mrs. Be H. Garcia of E Texas and Mrs. Del janches of Puebln urvlved by 13 grant] n. Arraug e m e n t MKB D Minnie T. Holland o 1th Avenue. Motbe wis E. Holland an Holland both o nne. Arrangement RKBLL e Karamerzell Sr. of of Mllliken. Services Wednesday from St. s Congregtionsl h. Interment Linn iicMill alle. Son of Mr. nnri Warren McMlllen ot of La Salle. Brother m Mi-Milieu at home, son of It. Hoy Jtob- of Denver. Services a.m. Wednesday from T r i n i t y Euiscn ia! h. Interment Linn 1 Friends who wish make memorial lona- to Ihe T r i n i t y Euls- Chnrch Mumor .1 1d4 CM latlitaAJ 9-uL, 8 f %· I,' A C inuo\. voto. 'It am. V.'ife of Jo n ixth triumph withoul a setback, v akes on Davidson again Tuesday l nd Miami of Florida Saturday. a Jhio Stale, which ran ils winning ° treak lo 5-0 wilh a Iriumph over ' rinlcss TCU, meets Detroit Sat- Jrday. Loyola of Chicago (4-0) ran up more than 100 points in its fourth laight game wilh its 105-58 rout f South Dakota. The Ramblers lay three gomes this week gainst Western Michigan, Indiana and Sealtle. Mississippi Stale beat Mem- ihis State Saturday 77-66 for its ifth without a loss Ihis season md its 19th straighl over a two- eason span. Sixth-ranked Colorado [aces a busy week meeting Creighton .Tuesday. Arizona State Friday and A.rizona Saturday. The top ten. based on tola joints alloting 10 poinls for a first )lace vote, 9 for second, 8 for Ihlrd down to 1 for a lenth place vote wilh first place votes in parentheses: W L Pts. 1. Cincinnati (42) 6 0 428 2, Duke (2) 6 0 34y 3. Ohio Slate 5 0 302 4. Chicago Loyola 4 0 218 5. Mississippi State 5 0 213 6. Colorado 4 0 126 7. West Virginia 3 1 196 8. Illinois 3 0 78 9. Kenlucky 3 1 64 10. Seatlle 4 0 58 Other teams receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Arizona State, Auburn, Bowling G r e e n , C a n i s i u s, Davidson, DePaul, Drake. Georgia Tech, Indiana, Louisville, Niagara, Notre Dame, Oregon Stale, Providence, SI. Bonaventure, Stanford, Tennessee. Tulsa, UCLA, Virginia Tech, Wichita. ·on the rushing championship of|7 le American Football League nd set one of eight offensive rec- p rds produced by the campaign tat ended Sunday. v Gilchrist wound up with 1096 a ards on 214 carries and beat out t ibner Haynes ol" Dallas by 47 ' ards. His total was a league ecord, bettering the 948 set by t Billy Cannon of Houston lost year. 3 Three players gained more than ,000 yards, with Haynei making 1,049, and Charles Tolar of Houson sel a record for number of allempls wilh 244. Tolar, Haynes and Gilchrist all bettered the rec- )rd of 202, Haynes rushing 221 :imcs. Len Dawson of Dallas was the passing champion with 189 completions of 310 attempls for 2,759 yards and 29 touchdowns. He won Ihe litle under Ihe six- point system that includes com- letions, yards, touchdowns, com- Jlelion percentage, per cent intercepted and yards per altempt. He lad 43 points. Babe Parilli of Boston was second with 38 poinls. Dawson set a record in completion percentage of 60.9. Parilli also set a record for Ihe [ewesl inlerceplions. He had eight --one less than his record of nine set last year. Also, his interception percentage of 3.1 was a record. Gene Mingo of Denver hung up a field goal record of 27, betlcring Ihe old record of 18. and Haynes scored 19 touchdowns for another record. Lee Riley of New York intercepted 11 passes and tied the rec ord of Austin Gonsoulin of Denver n 1960. Lionel Taylor of Denver wa Colt's Coach Has Taken Last Strike, Editors Say BALTIMORE (AP)-Sporls cdi ,ors of two Baltimore newspapers wrole Monday they feel Weeb Ew aank has laken his Ihird strike and is out as a coach of the Colts "It seems to me an era ha ended and a change in coachint is coming." wrole Paul Menlon i Ihe Evening Sun. "Colt President Carroll Koscn bloom musl now come to a dec sion on what lo do with Ewbonk, said John Slcadman in the News Post. play and coaching, new faces ani new intersst," wrole Menlon. "II is the latter, 1 think, no Webb's coaching which will hrin to a close, the third longest one city coaching reign in Ihe Nation al Football League." Coaches George Halas in Ch! cago and Paul Brown in Cleve _ land have longer tenure than Ew , Steadman said the names o Don Shula, former Colt player an now a defensive hack with I)e troit. Bill Austwl. Green Rav lin | "We can only offer the personal ,,,,.,,,, . md -,,,,,.,, iBuddvTarkc opinion that we believe lioser bloom will make a change." This Is the third time since F,« bank came to Baltimore fror Cleveland in 1S54 that talk of h leaving has been strong. The sc ' of Pittsburgh have been handle about as successors. · Menton said fliilly, "The job ha n mil hcon offered l.o 'inyone. N( s is it likely to be until after (ha 7 for 908 yards. Mingo was the scoring cham- ion with 137 poinls. Bobby Jancik, Houston rookie, ·as kickoff return champion with 30.2 yards average. Dick 'hrlsty of New York led in punt eturns wilh a 19.2 average. iookie Jim Fraser of Denver was he punting champion with a 44.4 rards average. On Tap With Preps BASKETBALL Tuesday Non-Conftrence Adams City Sophs at Greele Sophs, 7:15 p.m. Thursday torthtrn Aurora at Sterling. fan-Confertnct Meeker J.H. at Frrt Collins Lincoln, 4 p.m. Heath J.H. at Loveland, 4 p.m. Nunn at Atilt. Berthoud at Wiggins. Friday Greeley at Longmont, 6:30 and :15 p.m. Fort Collins at Loveland. Englewood at Boulder 'ri'Valley College High at Valley High, :45 3Mu 8:15 p.m. Weld Central at Brush. Forl Lupton at Ealon. Lafayette al Windsor. tan* Conference Grover at Weldona. Wellington at Laporle. Estcs Park at Roosevelt. Plaits Valley at Erie. WRESTLING Tut idty H ofrC Omtrtnct Valley Junior High at Meeke 4 p.m. Thursday Non-Conference Fort Collins Junior High Heath, 4 p.m. Friday Tri-Vtlley Brush at Weld Central. Valley High at College Hig 7:30 p.m. i Kalon al Forl Ltiplon. Lnporte at Lafayette.. Saturday . Grteliy Invitational Arvada, Abraham Lincoln, Fo Collins, Forl Morgan, Denv [South. Sidney 'Neb.) and Whe . Hidge at Greeley, 9 a.m., 1 , and 8 p.m. r Tri-Valley 1 RtHiscvr.lt al Brush. 5 Nats Can't Win t In L A Fnll tn -Colt reappraisal merlin" in .Ian- '" ~" "' " ""'' "* ch. M o t h e r of rs. end was after last season and iiarv." l.nkorc I / I . 114 a. QUARTERBACKS-Y. A. Tittle, bu ew York; Eddie Lelaron, Dtl- s. FULLBACKS - Jim Brown eveland; Jetm Henry oJhnson ttsburgh. id DEFENSE ENDS - Jim Katcavage, Ne Sii ork; Bill Glass, Cleveland; Bob Lilly, Dallas. TACKLES-Bob Gain, Cleve- St and; Gene Lipscomb, Pittsburgh. LINEBACKERS - Jerry Tubbs, ** )allas; Galen Fiss, Cleveland: od Breedlove, Washington; Bill oman, St. Louis. Adams State Bows To Bradley U. PEORIA, 111. (AP) - Bradley University's Srsva bsaroed past n outclassed Adams Stite quln- et Monday night IJ-41 Br«d- ey's defense allowed just four dams State field goals In the irst 15 minutes of the s e c o n d alf. 53 The Braves, paced by Max Herdon's 14 points in the first half, ulled to a 39-23 halftime edge. Adams State's only lead was 7-6 7- with !J minutes remaining in the rst half. That was erased when 7 iuford Heidenreich clicked on a rebound. Bradley soared to a 65-28 edge tefore substilules took over with 11 minutei remaining in Ihe ;ame. The second tiring puthei the Braves to their l a r g e s t spread, 77-31 with « minutes to _.(_ play. Hcrdon paced all scorers with 2, Rich Donley added H for Bradley and Laverno Tart 10. Adams State had no one in double igures. Dick Buck and Jon Sinbeck each had 1. 5 Outdoor Tips Cracked Guide A hair-iiiie crack in a guide can wear line and lose a fish. Fix it like this* wrap a section ot line carefully all around guide. Weaving it around and around and laying it up smooth. Then lash lo supporting arms. Will work for several days. Rtfiniihinj Tip When refinishing ultra-deluxe items like a gun stock or rod rack, run a magnet over Ihe surface before varnishing. H will pick up every last trace of sled Aool used lo smoolh surface. KHp Gun 011(4 And an easy way lo do il is by pinning a lamb's wool pad naluralcd with oil lo the flan of Univenlty r MuufitM St. 71, Indian., Pa., State il Hottttoa 75, UiMOuri II Kentucky Wesleyan 71, PHU- burg, Kan., eo Buffalo M, Buffalo Slate 57 Wichita 98, Arizona State 90, ot Tenn. Tech 90, Tampa 7» Northeastern. Colo. JC U, Sher idan, Wyo. 59 Eastern N. Met. ame up with neuritil. Mil game offered n be got a job ai a club maker. Ten jreart ago. finding no cure or hit ailment, he sought to cure th* Ills ot other golferi -- thoie Simmons 5 76, Hardin Buffalo 59, Buffalo SUte 57 Kentucky Wetleyan 76, Kaniai :. Tchrs 60 St. Mary's, Calif. 76, St. Nor bert 75 Minot 74, Bismarck 56 Rhode Island K. Maine 78 SI. Thomas 57, Mainline U Houston 75, Missouri 61 Baylor 75, Mane M La. Tech 68, Mississippi M Colo. Si. U. 69, Pepperdine 67 Okla. Stale M, N.M. State 62 Oregon St. 70. Calif 60 UCLA 7!, Missouri 55 Texas Western 51, Utah « Colo. 76, Pepperdlne M Wyoming 51, Drake 47 Air Force 57, Arizona 46 Cincinnati 64. Kansas 49 Ohio Slate 74, Texas Christia ! Seattle 75, Dayton 51 DePa'il 76. Minnesota 74 Arizona Stale 77, Kansas SHI 2 Marquette 83, St. Mary's (Calif 0 Wisconsin 84, Miami (Ohio) 58 Creighton 87, Clemson 67 Illinois 76, Iowa St 73 (OT) Purdue 13, Butler 78 Indiana 90, North Carolina 76 Michigan 71, Evinsville 64 Denver M, Nebraska 54 TOURNAMENTS STIEL »OWL Chmpl«nthip Pitt. 85. Duqusne 59 "1 figured that wood b**di help to compensate for the loss of power that comes with advancing hots. He went Into business. It takes htm six houri to mak* one club, plus two days for the lacquer finish to Kt. The making of a wood ehib starts wild a rough block of persimmon that Pat gets from Mem- r ho had trouble making Iron phis. This type of wood growi In damp areas and Is unusually Pat believes there are leu than tough. The clubbead starts out ai we dozen establishment! making ustom made wood clubs. So if you we a golfer with nine wooden 'lubs in his bag there's a chance a block and is air dried for II months. Pat gels the wood In ilocks, each with a slight boring 'or the shaft. He finishei the tor- SiniKalchi made the sticks, which Ing to fit a particular shaft. cost *30 each. Fred Waring has played with a tet of Pat's woods for years. Dan Topping, co-owner of the New York Yankees, has nine of his wooden clubs, 10 has Jackie Gleason. Pat has made a No. 6 and a \'o. 7 wood for Bob Hope and has equipped Sid Caeser with five custom jobs. Each club Pat makes his the degree of loft found In comparable irons he length and amount of flexl he club, the angle at the face, iie of the club and thlcknesi ol The sole ot the club li then rasped N It will lie flat, and the 'ace is filed for proper loft. A 'ace Insert is put In place and a melal sole plate U applied. After the clubhead is rough sanded, a fine landing comes next. After a smoolh finish Is obtained stains and sealen are applied. At this point Ihe shaft U inserted and the grip applied. In 1952, with little money to Invest, Pat chanced the manufac- "Things to be considered are luring field in his father-in-law's garage. His wife, Ann. assisted. bilily of the shaft, the weight of Today at 40, Siniscalchi h«i in skilled men turning out beautiful two-toned woods In a variety o( the grip." say Siniscalchi. 'color combinations. Snowless December Has Ski Operators Muttering DENVER (AP) - Colorado's mild snowless December is fine for road contractors, but il has ski operators muttering imprecations. The dollar loss is running lulu le millions (or operators of ski rens, lodge and restaurant pro- rlclors, equipmcnl stores and lothing dealers. Only a few of Ihe slate's ski Seattle slid other training cites may have to be selected, possibly wo divisional camps in Ihe east and on the west coast. Boston Coll. 66, William It Mary 53 Ctpitil City Tiurney First R«Hid Marian 70. William Pcnn 69 Virginia Tech 82, Miss. State 65 North Carolina 65, Kenlucky 66 Seallle 76, Xavicr, Ohio, 74 OgMhoriw Invltatkn*! Pint Rwnd Valdosla Stale 64, Georgetown, Ky., 54 Oglelliorpe 6.1. Kewberry 56 Pan Atmrlctn Holldiy Pint Round «J-l9L STRAUCH Mrs. Wim . Klraueh. George ClHiitz, Ft. Collins. Mrs. William Halm. To|i- penish, Washington. Mrs. Henry Dumbler. Outlook, Washington, MTU. K 1 in e r I'fief. Windsor. Mrs. .Molt Ley. Hudson. Mra. Hprmfin Kr.ink. Sunnvslilv. Wash- inctim. Mrs. V. It. Khrllc-h. S t o c k t o n . California. Mr Kiiliun Stram-b. l i i l l i n c s . ' M o n t a n a . -Mr .1 o li n Stranrh. I.iuirnl. M o n t a n a , Mr. Fred Strancli. Ft. Collinn. 21 K»mlrlilliJriMi. IS crrat f r a n c l r l i i l d r e n . F r r v i'-.'s TI|iirf:i)aY. 2 p.m. Wii:d«or Cniiyrt'llal i ti n a | . rlmrch l i i t p : ni^nt Lake- vfn«. (it;?lf!ry, \Vimlfsor' only after long suspcnrc (lid Itos cnbloom announce Ewb.ink would Atlcr being toast of the town 60 U n i f O W 1 G06S with National Football I*agiie, championships in 1038 and I!).VJ,| Kwbank's stock wcnl down with Colt season records of 6-f,. 8-6 ami No. Hall of Fame PHILADELPHIA - The big firocn No. 60 uniform of Chuck Ewhank was .luare of tlif! fii in^iBt'dnjrik of the Philadelphia Ka- talk. :(;lcs will be retired to ihc nitilrs- "I'.ighl w,w I'm looking fnrwiird|»ion.'il Football Hull of Fume in to next season." be said. "I lid| ( '"»l"", "hi' 'my bc.-t. They haven't said any-! Hcilnarik trlircd from II Uhinc, to me. As far as I'm con- ccrnctl. I'm all right." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Syracuse Nationals are cop- · istcnlly the hardest club for the I/is Angeles Lakers lo heal, bul in I/is Angeles the Nil!: cannot win. They bowed to Ihe Basketball Association's Division leaders again .-.imply Western Mondav your gun case. Ftdtbtr H«ld«r Some sail-water fishermen ni-c collecting hnlden toothbrushc; come in to hold Ihcir fealherrd tires. Keeps 'cai in flood shap 1 i iol longer lhan bouncing arouni n Ihe botlom of night. 121-114. Syracuse hasn't in I/is Angeles f:r Skys cene FLOWER RANCH nosenbloom would give ivi bint uon a K^ine three years. liona! Fntilb:ill U-agun Sunday a f t - i Yrt - ;lwa v I"TM I^is Angeles. (he Kaglos lasl game againi,!; 1 , 1 " 1 NaLs llave won llir «e straight the SI !/iuh Cardinals. He bad from Ihr Lakers and Ihoy're Ihe only club Ihal has a scries -.1-2 oul of Ibis all righl if we get an- ilhcr six inches of snow, bill we 7 ''.' need il in a hurry " ! Scores: Hiiinero Dti'o'ralors 2. jBiirtz Brick Conlr. 2: Bird's Liquor 2, Shiipe Bros. J: Ailtnsn Kleclric 1. California Oil l ; Ni(tv Southeastern west Texas 48 Okl«. 58 South Kansas Explodes, Gives Denver 68-43 Walloping LAWHKNCE. Kan. iAI')-Kfln sa» exploded in Ihc second hal after a painfully frigid stnrt nnc walloped Denver Mi-43 In .1 non conference baskelbnll game Mon day night. Kansas hit only one of ils firs 21 shots from the field and wen 12 minutes before il could get il second field goal of the game. George Unsold led off wilh field goal for Ihc .Inyhawks and Bowling GREELEY LADIES Scores: Sinclair Oil 4, Home ,i(jhl Power 0; Kreiger Ac, . . . . cordion 4. Caper Club 0; Kcnlon esorts have been open al all lhls, Ill)lm . 2 ,, ( - , ( ,, vor 2 . Ijow]nr . oason and conditions al nearly nll| ndo ljaTlos 3 ,. l0ndn | icr , if Ihcm hove been far below par. D, R. C. Brown, general man- 'ger of Ihc Aspen area, said.I 'We're losing about $1,000 a day i on the lifts. Skiing conditions! ire not good and only three of Maguir( ,. seven lifls arc in operation. "We still have a chance lo come High Icatn series: Kreifier Accordion, 22.11. High team gnme: Krriger Accordion, 762. High Individual scries: Shlrlfy High individual came: Shirley Maguirc, li)0. The hcighl of Ihc skiint; season s from Dec. 20 lo nbout Jan. when youthful spoils enthusiast. are on vacation from school and College. Bill Dunaway. editor and publisher of the Aspen Times, said ski areas really will begin hurting f it docsn'l snow this week and «ople begin cancelling out for Jhristnias. He said mounlain lodges lh,il normally are «) lo 70 pel cent occupied in early December arc all but empty. Ciordon Wren general manager at Ihe Uveland ski area alwvc Georgetown, said business is "way Cafe 3, fircclcy Sand Gravel j l ; Team No. One 4. 7-t'pO; Grap- jelle Co. 3. Sobers Conoco I; Nelson's Conoio 4 - KYOU 0; Kersey Pool 3, Don Jones Dry Wnll 1. High leum series: Allmnn Fe- Irlc, 2«12. liigli team gnme: Allmnn Elec- Irir. 940. High Individual series: Al Martinez, 672. High Individual gnme; J.irk Fisher, 224. .Missed the Victory COLUMBUS. 0. iAIM-;r,inrl- view liigh whool's fiKitball te.im worked .'ill season lo cnin n victory. But Coach Kohin Friday wasn't around In enjoy il. Ho had Just been walled lo Bob Neumann, office manager Mru , *'?'"' wrvl ' r as * m:1 '" r Winter Park, snid business «, wl ! , '"" *TM nf "'""I' cavri-r down." bill he declined lo elaborate about Ibis aspect. "It's not dangerous up hcic." Wren said. "There are n few bare spots on Ihc slopes, but skiers watch lor Ihcm." (Try for a J.V) prize. Send your lip to A.A. Contest, Sports Afield m 8th Ave., New York 19. N.Y.I Sport* Iritfi NHL "We'll go over the whota sitna- played 14 years. HP plans lo work lion in January, as we always do.'full lim? as a cement salesman.i"" '" 5 and make decisions Iben." he| The former University of Pcnn- jhcdeod jsylvania All-America from Drih. I If F.Mucnk is released, he'll col-iSchem. Pa. probably had his jlwl $w,nnn ( O r not coaching for qrc.ilcst year in I!M) when he By THE ASSOCIATED PREIS (wo years. Ird Ihc Eagles In Ihc world (ham- No games Monday or today While writing Ibcy rx|i«-( K\v! |}ionship. Thai year bn played) WHntidiy'l G*me bank la he canned. Ix.illi Mcnton l/alli offense and defense, snine-j Boslon al Chiciien limcj (joing nearly a full Wl min a game. :«wk u lli» nitlMi't ··til Inm In Ttt AP I FOOTi»l.L ami .Sleadinan doubled :achieve mnrr Ih.in Ihe face of Ih" roach. "II will saiisty ihc The Kafjlei 'friihei| in la-l Ewbank. inlroduic new ulylo.s critics (ilipincc in Ihc F.as'trn Division this I ·triliht but- In Ihf rrn mwl, Jip n |f »l]*Mi " K«h Homjo». It,, riwllr.i'n A victory ibMrd In four season:.. Syracuse fresh- P.*'"' *"""""' l """ f " 1 1( V '" Flr " Ihr-re was nbmil oiRhl minulcs lefl in the hn!f whi^n Hurry Cibson hit a jumper for the second bucket. While Knnsas was having its shooting trouble';. Denver was off stride too anil was able to lead only 30-23 at inlci mission. Kansas cam* back strongly and linsdd's two (roe Ihrov.-j lijd It «l i-al| wilb 14:23 left. L'nsplH Ihcji put Ihc .layhawki ahead 3fl-3fi und Ihc roul was on. At one stretch Denver went 7'j is off nhoul 15 per cent in I..., . n r l ^ r . « . . . I I I . !_.. . . _ . . i S l l 1 *"|oulfil is a rnsuli of (hi Culi.in iialion. far comparison with lasl year. There wss a silver fining In Ihe' ,, snowies* ivonther fur Peter Sel-! Smokfy Snyt: berl, genera! manager of Ihe new V'nll Pass aica. Ho sjitl * If)lo-l3 i per cenl saving in conslrurllon jcosls was mndc possible by of slorms. Ll(l». rnlaiiranl, hold! find lodge were complete 1 ! Ian week. Close in So skiers have been In vitcd lo Vail for n training t-amp Dec. 22 through .Ian. 4 for down-' minutes without a point and II hill and crosn-nuntry cvenls in man (oolbflll learns have piled a I4-I-1 record under coachj tl "* lto " "JISL"'."^ minulcs without a haskft. The final .score was lh» game's largest margin. Kansas was led by Noien Klli- son wilh I" poinls I'nscM had U and Dnvid Schichtlr It Tim Ve- 1 was hivh fnt Denver with Id Jim Shrcve. 'Ufl THI TRllUNI WANT ADSIstawn record nnd Drover is 2-5. preparation (or the I%4 Winter Olympics. Bob Reatlie. University of (xilo- rndo ski rnnch whc also Is the I'.S. Olympic coach, said if there has bent nn new snow by IVc. 22. arrangements have hcon made The victory K*ve Kansas · M oVUy Ihe »l«rt until UK. J6. i · U new inow still Is lacking.!. . Lie Uitm -- protni Iw«4

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