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Sal., Nov. 11, 191 Play Pueblo Central... . FINAL 'NORTHERN STANDINGS T«*m ; ' W '·'L T ' Pta Opp .,. Longmont 7 0 \ 1«6 f ! ,.; Sterling 6 a . 0 US 132 ,; Aurora S. I l' KB S6 · Fort Collins .. 5 2 1 181 91 '.".J. Boulder. 4' 3 1 107 79 Creeley ... 4 4 0 ISO 162 Euglewood ... 2 S 0 78 169 Loveland 1 7 0 44 188 · Fort Morgan ·..« 8 0 30 . H9 The Longmont Trojans' rouISd Loveland, 39-0, 'to end their. 1961 , Northern Conference football season unbeaten although once tied. '. f Sterling'captured second place by beating Greeley, 40-20, while Boulder offered assistance with "' » : 13-13 tie with Fort Collins. Au.. ., rova moved into a third place tie .',... with tire Lambkins by downing , ..,, Englewood, 1 12-7. Longmont meets Pueblo Central, ..' South Central kingpin in a State : .:. Class AAA semifinal game at 1:30 : : p.m.. Nov. 23 at Longmont. The playoff game will be the second time Longmont and Gen- (ral.meet this year. Central walloped Longmoni, 26-7, in the first .' ' game of the year. , t ,~ The Boulder-Lambkin game was .-':;!. B donnybrook. With 2:13 left in Ihe game Gene Grenz barely hi! . · into the end zone to score for Forl · Collins^ He then ran over the ex ' ·- tra point to gain the tie. Boulder threatened twice in th ····' final two minutes going to the ; ' ;: Fort Collins 6 and to the 15, bu penalties nullified both runs. Boulder scored first. It recov ered a' Bill .Walters fumble on th j r . Lambkin 38. Gary Leydin c-rriec 18 yards on a couple of runs the scored from one yard out. Hal Inrirt kicked the extra point. In the third period, Gene Gren got off a 60-yard run before bein nailed on the 19. A statue of Lib eriy play executed by Tom Schaf ter gained. 13 yards, and Jerr Robbins bolted off tackle, tw yards for the touchdown. , '_ A 33-yard'jaunt by Irwin scorec ;"·· go ahead touchdown. He nun i his run'on fourth down with ort t yard to go, and! he got-excellei ' downfield blocking. ; ; ; } '\ firera went to the.air J4''«if.u ; ' Fort Collins' tying touchdown. H '. completed five,, passes with, 11 i last one'carrying to the Boiildi \ Karl Hamilton.scored twiee J " leading I^ongrrxmt fo victory. J Englewood took a 7-0 lead with } 2:40 left m the first half against ; -- Aurora. The Pirates recovered a · fumble on the Aurora 30, and four · plays later Tony Kaempter seor- ! ed on .a 19-yard pass from Bill i Palmer. ! Aurora recovered an Englewood : rumble soon after, and Don Ses; sions skirted left end four yards ,.J. to score with W wconds left iri ; ; the first half. !· ·'· Another fumble recovery led to !· the final Aurora touchdown. Ter- :LEY TRIBUNE p«g« s . r a l . . . , Unbeaten ' . * .-,- 1 .' n Acfiofn onv Kaempfer (11, 19, pass from Bill. Palmer). PAT: Bob Palmer (placekick). . niuUn 7 '· · (--13 F»rt 'CdHm * 1 '* 7-- » Boulder scoring -- TDs: Gary Leydin (I, 1, off tackle); Hale Ir^ win (IV, 22, keep«rV.;PAf: Irwin ilacekick): . ·:'. Fort Collins scoring, -- TDs: Jerry Robbins (III, 2, off tackle); BilfBowden' (IV, 1, off tackfc). PAT: Gene Grenz (run). Lwifnwit ....... 15 J« 7 *-- 3f LtvtUnd ~ t i l * -- * Longmont scoring -- TDs: Kar Hamilton (I, 66, off right- tackle; II, M, off right tackle); Joe Vela (I, 16, off left guard); Buddy Grant (II, 2, plunge); I'Ohn Caldwell (16, pass irom John Cameron ); Dwight Austin (III, 4, .off guard). PATs: Dwight Austin ' 3 laceklcks). °uefc/o Cei f ces Peffec By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; Pueblo Central Wildcats foiight back-wilh two last^juarter- touch; owns 16 conquer cross-town Centennial. '.28-14' to . finish their regular, season Friday night as CoU orado's only unbeaten and unlie; major high school football team Longmonl, ticd-once but u'nde- eated; concluded its campaign in the Northern League 'with a 3M romp over Loveland. Central and Longmont sewed uj heir league championships a week -ago. Central, 'as the' South Central League titleholder, plays at Longmont Thanksgiving Da; in the semifinals of the Class AA^ ilayoffs. .. . In other games winding up ttw Northern -League season Friday night, Fort Collins 'and Boulde ilayed lo a 13-13 tie, Aurora bea Snglewood 12-7 and Sterling con quered Greeley 40-20. 'frie Class C (eight-man) play of fs got' underway Friday -nigh U.S. Boding Team Decisions Irish :" For First Win ·btJBLTN: Ireland (API -- . Th Bowling | \ U COLUMBINE- . ^. ' . ' · ' iWEBLBYfTT* , The scores:' Campus Beauty 3; ( Hart Grain 1; No.' 1 Team 3, A i ·, M Glass 1; Columbine 3, Lake- r shore Supper Club 1;' Ka Lyn · Beauty 3, Farm 'Air Service 1. :1if team series: Ka Lyn Beau- . y-21». -.-. '. ' 'Top individual series: Norma ^ Johnson -504; Ella Rosecrans 490; ·· Julie Br'amwcll'486.. r * Top'team game: Ka Lyn Beauty *· 771. . . : . · · · - . ' · « Top individual games: Ella si Rosecrans 196; Norma Johnson re 186; Julie Bramwell ' 177; Elsie ^ Lind 194. ' ' . . COLUlyWlNS CLASSIC The -scores: Drieling Motors 3, _ Strickland Supply 0; Columbia 3, . 7th. Aye. Shamrock 0; VFW 2, b Ponca' Wholesale i; Consumers in Oil's, Capital Pack 1. g 'Top team series: Drieling Mo- · tors 2694. ,, Top individual series: Bob Lebsack 650:'Everilt Broyles 639; Les " Levitt 638. a ' Top team game: Drieling Mo- s tor's 956. Top. individual games: Les Lev- t( ill 259; .Bud Ducker. 256; Everitt j Broyles 246. f itrql Wins;\: t Record ' with La Vela edging Swink 13-7. J Littleton plays .at Cherry Creek ' Saturday with the winner opening a the .AAA playoffs against ;defend- iig cliampion Lakewood Nov. 18. The Class A playoffs start Sate urday with Yuma at Walsenburg, ' Louisville at Holyoke, Rine at La- ' fayette 'and Paonia-at Rangley. * · In B games, Limon and Erie , meet at Longmont, Fowler at Cen er, Paogsa Springs at Norwood and Ault against Middle Park at Granby.' . E i g h t - man games Saturday have (His at Kit Carson, La Vela at Swink, Peetz at : Grove r and Sill meeting Strasburg at Aurora, ri -Pro Basketball i f ivsii j ' .iy:THK.'*SSOClATED PRESS ' ~ -·: '"·s^BW«y'« R«»uHi . XS^ZZS.. NBA ; ;;0etratSfi4, New York 118 ' · iK$iaSJ£m. Chicago 117 ^'-Oiz *"- - . , Y ,PRtsburgtf 111, Washington 88 1 :CJevei%};.97, San:.Franciscd 88 'Los^AMtles Ml,-' Chicago 106 '' kani^cMy 121, Hawaii 101 Saturday's Schtfhik . NBA · - ilgin Baylor Jets Gallup : ir Afmy Duly SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Elgin *ykr of Ihe Los Angeles Lakers, ·ho, holds the all-lime, National iaskelball Association individual scoring record of 71 points in a ingle game, has been ordered to eport lo active military duly, a jlh Army spokesman said here f'riday night. · Baylor, graceful and lalenled.'k ne of the most versatile stars in lasketball. He holds arena scbr- rig records in New York, Los An- jeles and Detroit. ' In addition to his scoring abil- ly, Baylor is an ouislanding re- xJtinder and playmaker. He was m All-America at Seattle Univcr- .He owns the all- time scoring ecord for Madison Square. Gar- leV wilh 71 points against the lew York Knickerbockers on Nov. 5, I960. Ttie Army source at the Presido of San Francisco said files were ocked for the weekend and the exact dale and unit lo which Bay or was lo report was unavailable The- spokesman said, however hat Baylor probably would have to report to active duty in about a.'month. · . At Los Arigeks, Lakers General Manager Louis R. Mohs commented: "VV« heard this rumor last night. I asked Elgin at noon to day and he said he has received iiop;;Jers to report." .Baylor, 26, spent three months iif reserve summer, training this ear. He is married and has one hild. A ·e-foot-S, 230-poimder, Baylor POUDRE VALLEY ^ CM AMP IONS -- The youthful Aull Bearcats went undefeated through Use 1961 Pourtre Valley football raca and'began quest of the Stale Class B championship Saturday in a game against Middle Park at Granby. Members of Ihe Bearcats are: front row, left lo right, student manager Hurle Schneider, Leland. Brees, Darryl Woods, Lynn Clary, Roger Troudt, Bill Sutherland, Jphn Syes, Butch Trimble, student coach John Wach- holz and head coach Ed Brandt; middle row, Larry Broyles. Clyde Sullivan, Ken Ogan, Monty Woods, Ron Henneck, Danny Bickling, Jake Meyer, Kent Carter, Ken Maslerson, Garry Broyles and coach Jim Phillips; back row, student manager Dwight Gregory, Tim Ogan, Bill Doughty, Ed, Winters, Charlei Nagel, Harvey Hansen, Konvin Johnson, Richard Allison, Richard Honstein and Ed Simpson. Sports Notes man rs a fast start in the National .asketball Association's Western ivision race..The team has a 9-2 ecord, and West and Baylor have een .averaging more than- 30 Minis, a game. v«'fc Us ry Mottl got the ball on the Pirate 36, and Dan Kelly followed with a Aurora l i t .. « 7 '· · r , Aurora scoring -- TDs: Don Sessions (II, 4, keeper), Dan Kel ]y (HI, 36, end run). : Englewood scoring -- TDs rst .victory sinci «r. · ' "· . The Americans, still two . men short as a result of their itttl bat- erihg' by Britain in. London two weeks ago, started .badly. Flyweight Eherrnan Washington of Philadelphia lost the first bout lo Ireland's WilfvMegarry when the referee stopped it in the second round. But Johnny Cesspooch, the 50- year-old bantamweight'from Fort Duchesne, Utah, hit back for the United States by outpointing Joe SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) Whitney Reed of Alamcda, Calif., and Britain's Ann Haydon defeated Australian Robert Mark and lelen Mark of South Africa 6-3, j-4 in a mixed doubles tennis match early Friday. The four were playing in an international tournament in which play did not wind up until .2 a.m But a slecpl -.eyed crowd-stuck wilh it. OXFORD. England (AP)-Pcte Dawkins, All-America at Army in 1958 changed his mind Friday and agreed'to play Rugby for Ox ford, again. teamed up with second-year| The ^ndsome ZS-year-old fro Jerry West to give the Lak- oya! pak, Mich., wl,o 'said la Colorado High School Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Class C Playoffs La Vela 13, Swink .7 Lamar 35, Alamosa 7 Fruila 32, Grand Junclion Central 6 Delta 6, Monlrose 6 (tie) Aurora 12, Englewood 7 Boulder 13, Fort Collins 13 (lie) Pueblo Central 28, Pueblo Ccn- lenrilal 14 ' Olerling 40, Greeley 20 Jefferson County 41, Alameda 13 \ Late Rally Puts J PistorVs Over i: Knicks,124-118 L.., KEW VORK (AP) -- Tne De- 'f troll Pistons scored 13 straight ·=· points in the last four minutes to t defeat tht New Rorlc Knicks, m- %. 118, ia a Nalional. Basketball As- Z. sociation game-Tuesday night b«- ;; fore about 5,900 in Madison Square ^ Garden. ·* The Knicks, kd by Richie Gu«r- « In's 36-point performance, ralliec * from a third quarter 18-point defi- '' cit, 79-61, to lake their first leat 3 of the game, 110-109, on Johnny Green's tap-in basket with 4:17 Coyne. · . . Ireland again went ahead when »_!j lightweight Billy :'R« outpointed Woodie M a r c u s .of Pocatello, Idaho.' ' -.' '·'·' ' Then things started swinging the Americans' way. Jim Clad»'ell, : light welterweight from Shawano, Wis.i outpointed Bernard Meli. Then Phil Baldwin, 19-year - old . -welterwe^ht from Muskegon Heights, Mkh;, held off the rushes of Harry Perry-for a decision and : sent the Americans nto a 3-2 lead. Roy McMillian, Philadelphia at Boston New York at Syracuse Cincinnati at Chicago (after noon, TV) Detroit at St. Louis ABL Pittsburgh at Washinglon Sunday's Seh*tkiU NBA Boston at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati ABL Chicago vs. Hawaii at Kansa City , Los Angeles at Kansas City Meeting Slated For Basketball Officials Nov. 27 The Greeley district of approved basketball officials will have its annual basketball clinic and examinations at 7 p.m. Nov. 27 at Meeker Junior High'School. The examinations.will be given at 8 p.m., and Jay Daniels advises that prospective 'officials secure the rule books, case books anc manuals from him. They may cal Daniels at ELgin 2-9056. 3 awnees Slate Archery Classes The Platle Valley Pawnee Arch ery Club will sponsor instruction classes this winter. · \Junior classes for youngsters wlween 7 and 12 will be held on Mondays, 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Ihe Pawnee indoor range, in the olc Sterling 'theater. First class taught by Orville Woolman, wil be Nov. 27. Adult classes will. begin Nov 29, 7:30-9:30 p.m., and will be taught by Bob Nelson. Sports Briefs «y THE ASSOCIATID PRISS · ASK .SKfTIALL FHANCISCO -mo said. Ebjia i Loc Angeles Lakera A tth Arm light middleweight from Toledo', Ohio, made t 4-2 by outpointing'Mich Reid. Leolis Marthfof Toledo, : Ohio, he reigning Amateur-Athletic Union middleweight c h a m p i o n , scored the victoryii.that clinched the American team's first triumph. Martin,.M, defeated Ireland's Barney Wilson on points. Light heavyweight Donald Rolise of Salt l.ake City, Utah,. rounded oft the convincing victory by pum- Coaches and high school admin istrators are asked to attend. Rul changes will be explained. melling Jack O'Rourke to defeat Philadelphia in. the second round. 6;Rourke "---·-- T took a lot of punishment and the Boston Celtics Coach Is Fined NEW COPiK (AP)-Coach R« Auerbach of .fht' Boston Celtic Friday was fined $200 for "gross misconduct" during Tfcm.«jo night's Boston-Detroit Thursda game a referee itopped the bout.. · HARRY'S DRIVIN Serves the BEST ONION RINGS Thank You . . . Thanks to all of you who actively supported and voted for us irvthe November 7 city election. Maurice Podoloff, president c he National Basketball Associa tion, announced the fine and sa: the coach would be suspended fi the next three games the ne time he is ejected from a gam Auerbach became involved in heated dispute with referee Jo Gushue after a technical foul w called against the Celtics. Bosk lost lo Detroit 116-110. last 1 anuary. .he was retiring lo con-i eritrate on his studies, allowed imself to be picked for the uni- ersily learn lo play Blackhealh n; London; Saturday. ' in Hie lasl of his study at Oxford on Walsenburg St. Mary's 40, Man- yanola 7 I Ias Animas Kansas Wins Big 8 Cross Country Title LAWRENCE, Kan. (API-Kansas recovered the Big Eight Conference cross country championship here Sat. after being dethroned by Oklahoma Slale .in I960: Prio lo 1960, K.U. had won 13 si might league championships. Kansas scored 28 points ' (low score wins). The ' Jayhawks fin-l ished first, third, fifth, scyenth|| and lOlh individually. · Oklahoma' Slale and Coloradon lied for second with : 78 points Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Worcester, Mass. -- Tommy Haden, 126, New Bedford, Mass, oulpoinled Tommy Griffin, 131, Philadelphia, 10. Th* visitor's bullpen in Cincinnati affords the occupants a perfect view of right field, across Ihe way. each, Missouri had 121, Kansas 13, La Junta 13 StaleJSl, Oklahoma H7,_Ncbras- (tie) , . Rhodes '"gchblarship. Nexl year lie will reltfrh' to. Hie U.S. Army. TOKYO jAp) -- l?enji Hosoichi, illle known:'Japani!se profession- burn 7 Pueblo Counly 14, Rocky Ford 6 Longmonl 39, Loveland 0 Collegt Football Delroit 20. Villanova G Gen. Beadle (SD) 19, Sioux Falls McPlierson ( K a n ) 20, Slcrling (Kan) 0 Forl Hays (Kan) State 14, Wasli- ka -153 and Iowa Slale 176. Bill Dolson, Kansas captain, finished - first wilh a lime of 14 minules 50 seconds over the three-l mite 1 Lawrence Country CIub| course. 1 · · Robert Griffith of Colorado was eighth: 1, won the JapiH Open Golf tournament' Friday^by gelling a iar 4'on Ihe third hole of a five- way, playoff: The quintet, which included Coichi Olio of japan's 1957 championship 1 Canada Cup team, had deadlocked .for first .at 289. NEW YORK (API-Stephen G. (Steve) Phillips and E. Roland Harriman "have been elected lo Central (Okla) Stale 30, West, ern (Colo) Stale 0 UCLA 20, Texas Christian 7 Detroit 20, Villanova fc Freshman Footfc»ll -. Colorado 14, Air Force 8 , DITTO D 20 Direct {Liquid) P roc C Duplicating Deen · ordered to report 10 active duly EW YORK --· Boston Celtics CoacT J Aiierbarh was fined. 1200 tor ··-- ·conduct" during Thursday'* :rolt NBA lime at Philadelphia. GOLF · BEAUMONT. Te*. '-- Don FlirlgeU asey, 111., Krabbed a two-stroke lead Ihe halfway point of the Beaumont (rnational GoS Tournament ivlth .lole total of 136. · MEXICO CITY -- Tony Lema, ! andro. Call/., shot a 70 for a lotal 118 and a three stroke kid after ) rounds of play in the Mexican lal Open Goa Tournament, J.^fpAUr/), Brazil - Whitney Heed, ameda, Calif., and Am Hayoon of Itain beat Australian Robert Mark ar.d ·len Mark a South Africa M, M la mixed doubles match of an interna- aal touraament. . UK ANGELES -- Willie O'Ree, I! rst eiro to pEay in the National Hockey was purchased outright by "·· Blade, from the ""'- Detroit Upsets Villanova, 20-6 DETROIT (API--Underdog Detroit, with stand-in Ron Bishop hurling a pair of second, half Park, FJa., is the inventor of the touchdown passes, put a crimp in --k:i- ,i.,:.. -oi- Villnnova's ' ' *-'--l '- !J -- nighl with victory. Bishop, making his first starl oecause of Jerry Gross' ankle in- |^ jury, snapped a halftime tic by Harness Writers' Association, it was-announced Friday. . Phillips, now retired at Winter mobile starling gale. Harriman, one of .the snort's foremost enthusiasts, is co-owner of Ihe Arden Homestead Stable and was a major factor in the creation of the U.S. Tootling As- ., Fta. -- Jctoay piled up 5,7« points lal ciiam pionskl p ID UTO J I A C I N C DAYTONA BEACH, KoberU ol Baltimore : nd won the' nationL. . ASCAR'a modined division for Ihe sec - Iraight year. DUBLIN, Ireliod -- The U.S. ajnate-, wing- [com scored a 6-2 decision OVL eland for its first victory In three atches on the current tour. · ACIHe LAUREL, W. -- Heiberto .. d a triple, ridia? coruecBtive to the third, fourth and fllh races hile Smart IS16.20) wo« the featur ' a nose at Laurel race course. PAWnJCKET. R.I. -- Giji Dunita ».M) beat the favorite, *! iree^iuarters of 3. leozth in - u . itrekli irtif »i*l «on Ike * T5« by * now over Sbo W* 11 lc P»rk. resident of Ihe Grand Circuit. BRISBANE, Australia (AP) -- eavy rains washed out Friday lay in 'the Queensland Tennis hampionships. bowl hopes Friday 20-6' interactional spciation in 1938. He is a former i ea( jjng the Tilans on two long | 0uc hdown drives. The sophomore Fish Catch Off OTTAWA -- Canada's fishermen Janded $86,000,000 worth of climaxed the marches with 19 and 35-yard scoring passes lo John Lower. Delroit stunned Villanova when George Walkosky returned the opening kickoff 88 yards for a toucMown. The Wildcals offset Ihis score wilh a battering 80-yard drive that consumed 17 plays before Billy rom a year ago. On the Pacific Coast the catch dropped from a poor £34,000,000 last year to a ·orse $59,000,000 this year. Allan- ie fishermen grossed $2,000,000 more this year than lasl. ' ish in the 1960-61 season, down Joe banged over from the four SKI Medicine Bow 36 Miles West ef Laramie, Wyo., on Highway 130 OPEN Nov. 11 and 12 OPEN . ' . f o r - - . . ; Daily Operation Starting Nov. IS SKI DAYS for $10 Includes Two-Day Tow T-I c k e t P l u i i Overnight Lodging at the- Friendly Motel In Centennial, Wyo. in the second period. Villarwva Detroit l i t . · i "Everything lor the OKic«" 1303 Elg'ith. Avenue Both T-Bar Lifts Operating · r · · '. Ski .Rentals Available · Restaurant and Warming Facilities Operating. SNOW C O N D I T I O N S A R I GOODI Basketball Equip. S A R G E N T SHOP 1015 8th Ave. EL 34567 Broad Breasted TURKEYS Farm Fresh, Oven Ready · Hens 11 Ibs. (o 15 Ibs. · Toms 20 Ibs. to 30 Ibs. Dirnell Poultry Farms Telephone 281-6124 -- OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS -1 353-1358 -GUn-H. Robert 6. Cummin** · Mlllwvrk · Pre-Himg Doors e Cabinet Work BEYDLER CABINET SHOP 26th Str«*t at 7th Av«nu« F R E E 75 Mor-Valu Stamps PLUS a mileage meter with the purchase of each fill- up of ten gallons or more of gasoline. Hurry for the mileage meters-Only 400 available! First come, first served. TUNE-UPS and CARBURETION WORK OFFICIAL BRAKE and LIGHT INSPECTION STATION Jake's Mobil Service 1645 Eighth Ave. Telephone EL 2-S59S

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