Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 18, 1962 · Page 21
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Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 18, 1962
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Davis, Charlton Top Big 8 Scoring List JIM VAN VAUCINMM6 ft*u ifMHi Writer Jim Davis, a smooth (-loot-I piv ·a* year at the BuUs woo the . Ita was No. I team scorer with an 114 average and ot. aod Ken Chartoo, a veto an Mcood be»t rttxwdtr bchiod with a great shooting touch, art forming an uabwUbk 1-1 punch at Colorado and leading all Bif Eight Conference scorers Oavii loo* the confereoct with a M.3 average and the M Chartton is runner up at 11.0 in leading Charltoo. His 50.2 snooting accu- *cy WM a Colorade rtcord. He coifed hiffiidf Ugtiy hi UN good ooet from short raage. This Mason he'i aldtd confidence, mort move and drive-in shoU and a nifty side jump ihot. Kansas State, who owns a average. Charlton wu the No. 2 Eight scorer with t 19.3 average aurgery in the oil-season. The the Buflatota le four straight vie- to go with even better rebounding. lori " Now hit shooting percenUj. u well in front of the a sensational 67.3 and he's hit It third placa tiwGarv Marriott of of 21 shots the last two games. He U averaging 13.3 rebounds a game, a pace that will threaten the Buff school mirk set by Bur. dette KakJonon of the 1S65 third- last season. He underwent knee place NCAA team. Johnny Wooden. UCLA coach luwe still pains him and requires had thit to uy after the Bruins occasional drainage, but to far · - · has held up well. Davis had a big rookie waton Crowder No. 1 Candidate as CU Coach NORMAN. Okls. 'API - Eddii Crowder, regarded as the No. 1 candidate lo become head foot ball coach at Colorado, was back Tuesday' at his duties as assistant coach at Oklahoma. Crowder said he has not been given a deadline to announce his decision on the Colorado job. "There ar« hundred! of little points that have to be clarified," he laid. "Frankly, I am still in the process of going over these lit tie things which I think are important. I have sel no deadline lor reaching a decision and have been given non« by Colorado." Athletic Director Harry Carlson of Colorado said Monday there likely would be no decision on hiring conch until oftcr Jan. 1. Such « time would give Crowder complete freedom to assist Oklahoma Head Coach Bud Wilkinson In preparing the Soonrrs for their Orange Bowl dale in Mi ami with Alabama loot to Colorado by B points: "Sox Walseth (Colorado coach) can stop worrying. Charlton looks as though his knee will let him cut roote But that Davis U a great one. Iowa State's Gary Kleven 1s the No. 4 scorer behind Marriott with a lt.3 average before Monday night's games. Daryl petach of Nebraska is fifth at 16.0 and WU lie Murrell of K-State sixth with 15.3. Murrell, a M junior college transfer, miy toon be near the top. He has averaged 22.7 his past three games, playing against an jndefeated t«m each time The other top scorers. In order: George Unteld. Kanias. 15.2; Sddie Evans, Oklahoma. 14.8; Rich Froistad, Iowa SUU, 14.3: j B;/S of Sports ly P«d KUUaty The Tri-VaUey wrestling coo erence recently gave integrit inn support. The schools votec to conduct weigh-ins on the ttrnoons of t!x meets. And each school will weigh ita own boys. Four coaches preferred the weigh-ins be conducted just before the meets at the site of th meet. This would mean the op owing coach could verily that wy was qualified to wrestle eight-wise. Th. artfMn ff* Trl-VaHey s*. l*c«Ml tan be otweW H a catch us no temples. We hop* Hut nnyrfty wiH prevail Nolen James ·AKER Off fOn. TOUCHOOWN-Oregon Slate's star back Terry Baker starts from behind goal line for a full field run to score the only touchdown In the Liberty Bowl game at Philadelphia against Villanova Dec. 15. Baker took the kickoff and with fancy side-stepping, ran length of the field to score. Trying to stop Baker is Villanova's Al Atkinson (74) with Al Reinoso (53) coming in from behind. Other players are Oregon's Joe Bolilla !77) in dark jersey, and Villanova's Charlie Johnson. Oregon won, M. IAP Wirephoto) Ellison. Kansas, King Oklahoma Fifth-Ranking Loyola Shoots 111 Average 14.1;] iy THI AWOCIATiD PRESS ,RambIers have piled up 559 point ' State,] Loyola of Chicago's racehorse 13.8: Farrell Johnson, Oklahoma, basketball team is somrthing to 1 13.6; Bob Price, Missouri. 12.8; get excited about and Geot Johnson, 0-State, 12.7.' In five garnet, all victories, the Mo v Georgia Tech In Bluebonnet Sat. with tit games, tre going to the llueboroitl Bowl with one burn- ng dtslrt--to prove they can lose the year with a victory. Dodger's Koufax Tops National League in ERA CINCINNATI lAPl-The several Rood reasons Don Drysdole was named winner of the Cy Young a ward as the major league's out standing pitcher in 19(2 are reflected today In the release of the official National Uague pitching records. Drysdale. big Us Angeles Dodg er right-hander, led the NL in five categories: Games won --25 strikeouts--2.12; Innings pitched-- ·114; games storied--41 and tota batsmen faced--1,289. The Dodgers' workhorse fin Ifhed fourth In earned run aver age with J.S4. Hit ERA title wai won by Drysdnle's teammate lefty Sandy Koufnx, who compile! a 2.54 mart. Bob Shaw of Mil waukce was the runner-up al 2.80 and Cincinnati's Bob Puikey wa third wilh 2.81. Koufax yielded 52 earned run In 164 Innings while winning 1 games and losing seven. He wa sidelined for two months wilh finger Injury Purkey and Joey .lay of Cltv.'i nati and Jack Sanford of Sa Francisco were Ihe only others I win al least Jo games. Snnfor had 24 victories. Purkey 23 andj .lay 21. Purkey had the highest won-losl percentage, .821 on e 23-5 record. Veteran Warren Spahn of Milwaukee failed lo win nl least 20 games: for (ho first time in seven years. Ijowcvsr. the crafty southpaw, who picked up IB victories m '(12, pitched 22 complete games t'i lead in this department lor the sixth straight campaign .luck Hamilton of the Philadelphia Phillies was the circuit's wild man. He led In bases on ball*, 107. nnd wild pitches, 22, 19- They will meet Georgia Tech In ihe re louston Saturday The Tigers opened will) a score- CM He against powerful Minne sola. Then they methodically knockfd over everyone until Ihcv ,, , , ,,. ook a beating from Oklahoma,! made Martlms PTM*TM 55 ' llg Eight conference champion. The following week. Missouri eked jut a 3-3 tic with Kensan COLUMBIA. Mo. (AP) - The tain thev could play better, lissouri Tigers, who started and Tigers jumped al the chance lo nished their 1962 football season go to Houston. 'or a 111.8 average. Monday nigh Loyola, ranked fourth in the lates Associated Press poll, hit a seaso togh while clobbering Western Michigan 123-102. Fifth-ranked Mississippi Stal had its darkest hour of the cam paign in Blscksburg, Va. wher Virginia Tech ended State's 1 game winning streak in an 82-4 upset. And ninth-ranked Kentuck was knocked off by North Car " * A two-week lay-off apparently cured the players' troubles. They came back to practice with the. flatness gone. The old zip was flit Houston, Dallas plit Offense, Defense Crowns i DALLAS. Tex. AP-Tbe topi urn in offens* and the leading! team in defense will play for the American Football League chain- liouhip when Houston meets Dal-: as at Houston Sunday. ' Final statistics of the regular showed today that Hous- ., Dec. 18, 1962 GREELEY TRIBfNE Pat* 19 OlLl SCO! WEDNESDAY MIXED Scores Withire Enco 4, Tri- West Norge 0; Maw son Lumber _ _ '· dough's IK. l: Gordons 4, ton was~the No."l offensive"unit Ecks Barber sh °P 0; Zimmerman 'ita 4.S71 yards-an average ofj° U .«· Mofiul Sn 0. 355 yards per game i H 'S h *» m *"«: Gordons. Dallas wu second in**, , , , with a 347 yards Average and! £'* ^..^.TM : i^ ns -J 80 Houston was second in defense, '" '" " giving up an average of 295. Oakland won only one game out of 14 but set a record in pass defense. The Raiders surrendered only 2,006 aerial yards lor the season. If a coach U willing to wres- le a boy that is overweight, he s displaying his ignorance. He is Lidding no one, particularly the Doy that is overweight. The boy, ·ould lesrn only one thing: rules mean nothing. Thus, honesty and jitegrity would be lost. · * * Greeley High Coach Pete D' .mato tipped us off Tuesday that tie star of the Junior Rose Bowl Calif., was a former Greeley Wildcat. This ftlUw, Dunn MarlMn, kkkW tw. f*M full, startd a touchdown and ran rttr a 1-point ctnvtrsiM in Uadinf Santa Ana, Ctlif., fa a M-* vk- fary over Patco, Wash., Juni*r Cilloft. Some 41,000 fans saw the game, Marteen, a quarterback lor the .'aiilornia Junior College, playet halfback for Greeley High and Pepperdine Bows to CSU 69-67 Defeat FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - 5U1 Green's 32 points, including the decisive two free throws in the final minute, boosted Colorado State University to a 69-67 non- conference basketball victory over Pepperdine College Monday night. Both teams hit 25 field goals but CSU got the edge at the free throw line, 19-17. Three key Pepperdine players, Bob Warlick, leading scorer. Harry Dinell, leading rebounder, and Dave Dougan were whistled iff the floor in the second half when they drew their fifth personal fouls. The visitors were charged with 26 personals to 16 for CSU. Except for a 3-2 lesd in the first minute, Pepperdine trailed all the way but tied it 65J» with 1 minute was a top ^shortstop on the Gree- 22 seconds tr play. This came on ney Hubbard. 495: Doris Hubbard. 471. High individual game. Don Mitchell. 185; Leona Booker. 176. JUNIOR LEAGUE Scores: Ten Pinners 1, Twisters 2; Alley Runners 1. Pro Bowlers 2; Alley Cats 1, Pin Busters High team series: Pro Bowlers. 1107. High team game: Pro Bowlers, 609. High individual seres: Wayne Herrick, 278. High individual game: Linda Musser, 170. INDUSTRIAL The scores: Greeley Bldg. Sup- ily 1, Monarch 3; Mel's Barber ihop 4. X. Colo. Laundry 0; Repp's Inc. 3. Harry's Drivin 1; Colo. Savings 1. Kobel H Greeley Electric 0. Century this month on its Lexington, '.court. Virginia Tech was the in tial spoiler 80-77 on Dec. 1. ] Illinois, No. 8, trounced San Jose Stale 90-H. but the 10th- ranked Seattle Chieftains just managed to squeeze past Xavier "The rest ilid so much good we O f Ohio 76-74 have been able lo crowd a lot ,,, ^ , op gamM · , » to C " ach ,. " ra * ce « Devine. The Tigers had a week of bitter weather during which they had to work indoors. But in the last vveek : KUled wilh frustration and cer- lhe weather improved to crisp dry days. Monday was in the balmy; 60s. More such weather is forecast (or today and Wednesday, the last two days of practice. Sports Notes DENVER venr. The s j£* handed Arizona Slate its first defeat of lhe season, 92-90. when Larry Nosich hit a jump shot with five seconds left in overtime. Iowa turned back a late Clemson rally for a 74-64 victory; Southern Methodist beat Northwestern 80-75; Houston defeated Missouri 75-61; Morehead kept its unbeaten record intact with an 8180 conquest of St. Bunaventure; ey High baseball team. * » » CrMliy Hljh ftwtkall coach Bob Kula ind playir Riftr Rupp* wtr« «men9 ttw sptcial futsts at tt» annual Calorad* Buff Club binqutf in Dtnvir last wnk. » * · Area gridders cited on Denver 'ost and Roeky Mountain News ill-state teams: Class AAA-Tom Orr and John 'arlcr. Aurora; Bob Knaus an( Bill Walters, Fort Collins: Hale Irwin, Boulder. Class A - Tad Barajas and Jim Andtrstn, Lafajrtttt; J«hn Bvnch, Eittn; B«b Ehrlich, a 3-point play by Dwight Jones Division I meet for the state's larger schools will be at Englewood Feb. 21-23. The Division II event will be held at Aurora Feb. 14-16. Montrosf is the defending champion In Division I and Steamboat Springs in Division II. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) - Buntamwi'igbl Jesus Pimcnlcl, 1 19' pounds, scored a ninth round knockout over Monucl Tarazon, 119, In a scheduled to-rounder al a nightclub here Monday night, The fight was a Joe Louis promotion. Many famous Hollywooc stars turned out for the show. which was a charity event licnC' itting tile Marine Corps Reserve's Toys For Tots" program. Both fighters arc from Mexico SHERIDAN. W y o . . (AI'l Northeastern Junior College o ments will be held on dillerenllnalc end, sprained an ankle in dates «nd at different sites nexljihni one- and Gene Oliver was """ hifted from center to fill the gap. The other injuries are healed, ixcept for five men who were lost uring lhe season. They are Don! Vainwright. Vincc Tobin. Jerry Cnimpler. Kent Rich and Keith Vcber. "We're putting some new things nto our offense and defense." De- ·inc said, "but 1 doubt if we'll ool Georgia Tech. We'll just have o play sound football." Missouri got a hatful of Irou le when it drew (ieorgia Tech as an opponent, Dcvine conceded, but there is confidence among his )laycrs. Fights By THI ASSOCIATED PRESS PAItIS - Teddy Wripht. I57's, Detroit, knocked out Dante Pe- luei. 155, Lima. Peru. t. Sterling. Colu., used g r e a I o ri CORPUS CHRISTI. Tex. - Os height and o last-minute flourish defeat Sheridan College 66-59! in a basketball gmie here Monday. Sterling, led hy 31 points from Jim Kolrfa. held a 10-point halftime lead but the home team narrowed Ihe margin lo only four points wilh 10 minutes to play. Teammate Art Maliaf.ey. n 19- Usl . n , lim |,. (,,,,!$ hy Sheridan panic winner, permitted the nit-sli^ lhc visil()rs (he ,.,,,,,,,, lo iTV 6 ' , , ,, , u j '« "w I"" 1 "' lrowvor ' Bob Friend of Pittsburgh and iShprjHan ,,,, tvro mor1 Kamc: '«r (Jermnu, 119. Son Antonio lutnointcd F.varitlo (Cuervo) Sa inns. 120. Mexico City. HOLLYWOOD. Calif! - Jcsusj 'Imcntel. I19i 4 . Mexico, knocked! nit Minuel Tar«7.on. 119. Mexico.' Bob Gibson of SI. Louis, bollv lilllil-lmndrrs. sel (be pace in shutouts with five apiece. riltslnirfji had tin- lowest collective omncd nir, overage, 3 W.. SI. Ixitiij was next with 355 and Uis Angeles third 3 fil. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS this week. Wednesday nnd ThyrS' dny nfjiiinsl Scollsbiulf. Neb.. Jun ior College, Brake Relining Nebraska edged Miami of Ohio 72-69; Bradley outclassed Adams State 8246: Indiana tripped Detroit 92-84 and Tennessee rompec over The Citadel 73-56. Nosich's dramatic basket for Vichila on its home court was lis only one of the game agains 1 Arizona State. He entered the con est with two minutes left in rcg ulalion time. Dave Stallworlh o lhe Shockers was the high-pom man with 38. Elsewhere. Georgia Tech easct away from a 28-all halftime ti and edged Alabama 58-55 at Tuscaloosa, Ala. in a Southeastern Conference game that doesn't count in the standing?: Furm;m edged William and Mary 56-35: Wayne Estes had 32 points as Utah Slate outclassed San Diegl State 101-57; Ctcighton defeated Ohio University 57-55 at Omaha: Baylor downed Tiilanc 75-66: Auburn defeated Chattanooga 79-37 and Oklahoma Slate stayed unbeaten with a 66-65 triumph over New Mexico Stale free throws by Ted Radio 4; W ! ickland Motors 2, AF- ROTC 2. Top team series: Century Ra dio, 27!5. Top individual scries: Bob Am irecht. 579. Top team game: Century Radio, 915. 2':. Moore Realty Vi; Team No. 8 2 Pepsi Cola 1. Top team series: Bennett Cleaners. 2751. Top individual series. Bob Kiser, 542. Bob Sanderson, 542, Top team game: Graybeal's Jewelry. 992. Top individual games: Larry Sauter, 222. FRIDAY SEVEN MIXED Scores: Monfort Feed Lot t. " C. Neal Carpenter 3; Dougte ' Roofing 4. NHPQ Engineers ti Weld DH1A 2. Campus Pharmacy- '-. 2: Val Apartment 1. Fred's Ma-chine Shop 3; NHPQ 2, Frank's Seed Store 2: Shupe Yost J, Bird's Liquor 1. High team series: NHPQ, 177»: High team game: Flank's Seed Store. 646. High men's series: Ken Bloch, ' 23. High women's series: Dorothy: Frasier, 468. High men's game: Del Helzer, 225. High women's game: Dorothy Frasier, 204. -;··'' CLASSIC MIXED · ·'· The scores: Jones Sporting 4, KaLyn Beauty Salon 0; Offen Hardware 3, Gordon's · Foods 1; Santeramo Pizza 3, An- and two Iridges. CSU went back in front 69-fiS on wo free throws by Brian Ether dge and another pair of charity tosses by Green. A last second 20- oot jump shot by Pepperdine' Lee Tinsley shaved the final margin to two points. Warlick fouled out with 10:24 remaining, Dinell with 10:06 left and Dougan with 5:21 to play. Warlick H. Dintll Top individual games: G. L. Wickland, 220. CLASSIC The scores: Dick's Tavern 3, Town i Country 0: 7th Avc. Shamrock 3. Drieling Motors 0; Bowl Apparel 2, Columbine 1; Consumers Oil 2. Strickland Supply 1. Top team series: Dick's Tav- derson's Radiator 1; Greeley Paint Glass 3, Greeley Linoleum Tile 1; Bill's Mobil 3, Gret- ley Locker * Meat 1; Bob's Lin- leum Tile 24, Standard Oil Vj. Top team series: Jones Sporting Goods. 1986. Top individual series: (men) G, Muhlbach, 575. (Women) J. Per-. ry, 497. Top team game: Jones Sport* ing Goods, 703. Top individual games: (Men) D. Bayles, 2!5; (women) J. Perry. 200. Top individual scries: Lew Bramwell, 646. Top team game: Dick's Tavern 990. Top individual series: Lew Bramwell, 243. a r T c.n suit a r T Win4s*r, Roos*vK. and Danny Rwst, Class B - Richard Slarbuck. irie. Class C -- Mike Goodwine and Roger Sorenson, Grover; Art Magruder, Weldona. The cinrury mark Is becoming a common foil of the Hlabs CkrtMng basketball team. Sunday the Clothiers rolled ever Wokfeni, ItMl, then Monday miy whipped Campus Phir- nwcy, 111-77, in exhibition gamos. In Sunday's game. Earl Robinson scored 32 points. In Monday's game he got 25 more points. . LeRoy Smith Tinsky Rridfn UFtvrf R. DiiuU Doufjn O. Joists Tel.l, Hslll.Illf: 5 I 1! r,rttn 0 1 1 EltaeridEe B D OSieafoos S 1 13 M.tlHr.1 9 1 19 Andtrccn 2 4 1 Fojtet 0 2 2 Blatboon 2 3 TWftllict ! 0 2 1 I 3 2! II U T«U!l CSU K.M. 13 633 s a t i i 1! II » Frw throws miisfd--P*pr*rdine. Warlick. H. Dintll 2. Smilh, R Dint!-. D JWM. CSV. Gre*n S. EdwartU 2, Foster 2, BlBdunoo. Wa]lir«. P^rsoail fouls-- Pcpperdlne. Warlick 5. H. DinHl 5. Tinsley 3, Bridies. LeFevre, R. Dinell 4. Doiirtn 5, D. Jones 2. CSU. Green (. Etterldn :. Eil«fooa 3. Mat- Uie«s. Andenon 3. Foster !. Wallace. AttemlaQce !.70}. GREELEYETTE The scores: Heberlein Mfg. 4. Joslins 0: Columbine 4. Kalyn 0; Ai-M Glass 3. Farm Air 1; Campus Beauty 3, Steeles 1. Top team series: Columbine, 2208. Top individual series: Lois Coifman. 548. Top 740. Two other Hibbs players got 25 Wednesday night Goniaga is points Monday: Larry BalmanlWeber in a conference game and Schneider. 510. COLUMBINE MAJOR The scores: McArthur-Whwler 2. Weld County Bank 1; Columbine Bowl 2, Widmaier Chev 1; Gregory's for Men 2, Macys'Vf:: Hibbs Clothing 2, 7th Ave. Shar?:- ock 1. : . : '·' Top team Bowl 7899. Top individual Bray 662. Top team game: Columbia* Bowl 1011. team game: Columbine, Gonzaga Falls To Idaho State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Idaho State beat Gonzaga 7847 Beauty Shop I 1 :. Columbine Monday night in the only Inde-Bowl Hi; TT Dist.-lU Caper pendent Conference basketball " ' game played The six teams are idle tonight. Top individual game: Lois Coff- tnan, 214; Julie Bramwell, 214. MONDAY AFTERNOON LADIES The scores: VFW 1, Columbine Snack Bar 2: Clarys 2, .Meadow- Gold 1: Farmers Union 1. Johnson's Town 4; Country 2; Ramblers 2, Austin t Austin 1; Cleo's Club I'.j. Top team series: Cleo's Beauty Shop, 1758. Top individual series: Lilah and Tom Markley. Hibbs' Pat Pine scored 16 in the Weldona game, while Balman and Markley each got 15. Joe Nava scored 14. and Pine got 13 Monday. WtWotu'i ftp scortr was Tony Brunilli wim 21 followed by Jtrry Whit, with U. Ktith Christy sctrtd 2( for Campus Pharmacy ind Jim Eagir got H. Idaho Stale is at Arizona in non-conference one. Only five conference g a m e s have been played so far. Unbeaten University of Idaho has won three ol them, against Gonzaga end Montana State (twice). Weber beat Idaho Stale last week and the fifth conference game was ISC's victory over Gonzaea Monday night at Poca- itello. al Top team Bowl. 630. game: Columbine series: Columbine . series: Frank' TEN PINS The scores: Campus Pharmacy 3, Gambits 0; VFW 3121 2, Class- c Center 1; Greeley Sb-ine Club 2, Branen's 1; Helen's Beijty Salon 2. Grecley Bldg. Supply 1. Top team series: VTW 2111 1705. Top individual series: Jane Cooper 451; Helen Smith 451. Top team game: Branen's 611. Top individual game: Beta O'Neal 188. Top individual games: Beth Trupp, 191. JUNIORS The scores: Columbine Cue ant Cushion 3. Team No. 9, 0; Gray-i beal's Jewery 2. Auto Alignment 1: 7th Avenue Shamrock 2, Columbine Bowl 1: Bennett Cleaners! WE FEATURI HEAD SKIS.".. TM MOST TAim AtOUT SKI... ON rvtrr SlOPi ... lYHYYrWM ti THE WOtl*. JONES KI GOLF SHOP A member of the Hibbs leamj The conference is a new align- is Bill Vieis«. Colorado State Col legc football coach. ABL No games scheduled Monday Today's Game Philadelphia at Kansas City Wodmtday's Gam* Philadelphia al Kansas City 95 of Champion) I.KXINtSTOX, Ky. IA1" - Tlie vliwl running between the Vnl vwnlly of Kentucky's Menwrin 1 Coliviirn nnd Mclmn -Sliidium i known A* the "Avenue of! t'linmpion." It M nnmed by the City. !of (.MitiRlon in the spring oil .!l95n in rfooRnlllon o( the l : K; Ou ' r * ntt "[success Ihst year in annexing the ! F ".;. n * Kmithp.iMern'Conference lit It* in', both jpolhall «nd basketball and| Ihfir victories in Ihe Sugar Fowlj grid gafrifi and the NCAA raw] toiivnamfni. T*«anj are sellins rice \f, Asia. Monday's Rtiult j I/il Angeles 121, .Syracuse 114 Today's Gamos Chicago \ s Detroit al New York Cincinnati al New York SI. Louis nt Snn Kranrisro Wtdnovday's Garms Syracuse at Cincinnati Chicacu nl Detroit St. Uiuis al Ixis Antcles ment of six independent schools. No official name for the conference has been adopted yet. ISC's scoring ace. Art Crump, jpoured through 30 points against Tritd with Jack High PI \in\-T v v . tii_r-~, M IConzaga vfhilc Jim Piwn hit 22 ELMONT, N. V IAP) -- George f ,, ., ,, , ,-. ,,,., . , . e for the Bui doss. D. Widener. honorary chairman ? ot the New York Racing Asswia-l tion has tried to win the Belrnont| Stakes since I9» when his Jack High finished third to Blue Lark-; spur and African. This year W id- ^ ener won his first Belmont alter i_ nine previous horses failed His Jaipur won the 95lh ,, , ui doss. ? _ Coll«ai Hocfctv B THg AS 7 OCIATEr i p RESS ' 8. New Hampshire InciudM GARAGE $890 LOW, LOW PRICES! *.AII cemtnt work PATIOS--PORCHES--SIDING *-Wlndow« ind doon ROOM ADDITIONS $19.94 Month F R A M E OR M A S O N R Y $20 Down Licensed. Uondcd, Insured 12x20 FU MAY CONSTRUCTION CO. CALL ANYTIME 353-2266 USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS by a nose over Admiral's Vovage. ) ......_ ' SK! HEADQUARTERS S H O P IOIS Slh AVI. Ph. 353JSI7 Clydt't Thrifty [ Strvlc* 7lh AT*, at Mh St. SHE Ol'K ADVKUTISEMKNT IN THK CLASSIKIKI) SECTION WELL'S MOTOR CO. To Announct that DAN KERBS IR now associated with u», woritlnci in our tractor part* and Mle* division. ft"TM? * Wh « ler .,5o, b GEORGE'S REPAIR SHOP 71R U t h Slrwt 82.". 7th

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