Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 18
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Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 27, 1955
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CREELS Otto Stars as Browns Crush Rams by 38-14 LOS ANGELES W -- The Cleveland Browns crushed the Ijs Angeles Rams, 38-14, lo win the Nation il League Football championship Monday before crowd of 87,695. . The Browns intercepted seven Ram passes and quarterback Otto G r a h a m led the offensive machine to the lopsided victory for his team's second straight championship of the league. Cleveland center Sam Falumbo Intercepted a Rain pass--the sixth 'interception of the game -- and Cleveland went 36 yards in eight pbys with Graham scoring f r o m the one. OfficiaP'aUendance was B7.695, breaking Ihe league playoff record. LOS ANGELES AP The «lalisl!ei ct It-.e Cltvdind Browni-Los AnjHei Himi Foothill Leifue ch»mpkin*hlp tendance ot 58,346 in 1946 in New York between the Giants and Chicago Bears. The highest player share was record 52,478.57 collected by the Browns (or defeating Detroit a year ago. Gross receipts including radio and television, were $504,257; taxes and rental $72,7J8; game operating expense $38,303.89; net receipts, $431,538.98. The total players' pool (70 per cent of the net) was $27G,66i.GG. The pool for sectional second place clubs was §27,057.46. rumbles ioi Y*rdi r*n»1 LOS ANGELES (fi -- All man- .nor o! records including financial were broken Monday in the Cleveland Browns-Los Angeles R a m s championship football game. Each Cleveland player's share came to $3,508.21, and Ihe losing Rams got $2,316.26 each. · Paid attendance was 85,093, as compared to the previous high at- Waikiki Fish Biggest HONOLULU--A 1,002-pound, 14- (oot black marlin boated off Waikiki November 13, 1954, by George Parker Jr., after a 3W-hour battle Is believed lo be the heftiest fish «ver landed by rod and reel in American walers. Hiking Trail-Lengthy ATLANTA -- The longest hiking bail in America is (he Appalachian Trail, which begins in northern Maine and runs through 14 states into northern Georgia. Vour to 6 feet wide and plainly marked, the trail cuts through wilderness. Nashua Playful as Kid as He Works Out at Hialeah MIAMI, FLl«j Un -- Nashua, the million dollar horse, was as playful as a kid out of school when he went back to the race (rack for a,workout-Monday. The horse for whom Leslie Combs II and a syndicate pal;l $1,251,000 was led out to Ihe racing strip al Hialeah Park by his groom, Al Robertson, with veteran exefcise boy .William McCleary up. A stable pony trotted alongside to Ihe half-mile post. There N a s h u a began a -slow gallop of about half a mile. But it wasn't all galloping. Nashua danced, pranced and cut shcnnan- igans generally until it appeared for a time that McCleary. had no control over him. Then it was back to the stall for the horse of .the year. Nashua, who arrived Saturday from Kentucky, is to he given an · JACKSONVILLE, Fla. tSl -Au burn and Vandcrbilt squads were Oying here Tuesday lo start final drills for Saturday's llth annual Gator Bowl football game.. Released for Christmas holidays, players returned 'to their respective schools,to make Ihe trip. Dons Wallop La Salle 97-62 For 34th Straight NEW YORK (in -- San Francisco's unbeaten Dons Monday won their eighth straight basketball game of the season and their 34lh in a row over a Uvo-ycar span, defeating La Salle 79-62. A crowd of 12,1-13 saw the Dons join Holy Cross in Hie semifinal round of Ihe ECAC Holiday Festival Tournament at Madison Square Garden. Holy Cross whipped Syracuse 8T-74 in the o|«;ncr. UCLA, seeder! 2nd lo San Francisco, met Si. John's of Brooklyn, and Duquesne, the defending champion, 'opposed Foruham ' i n the nighl doublehcader. San Frnncisco will meet Holy Cross Wednesday night. La Salle, 14-point underdog, threw R scare into San Francisco's top-ranking team in the AP poll. The Explorers, sparked by the spectacular shooling of Alonzo Lewis, roared hack from an early 18-8 deficit, to tie the Dons, 23-all midway in t\ie firsl half. La Salle might have gone ahead had it not been for San Francisco's All-America center, 6-10 Bill Russell, who balled out several seemingly sure baskets and controlled Ihe board. The Dons are gunning for Ihe all-time major college winning streak ot 39, held jointly by Long atu $S hair cut this week. That will gel him scl for rougher workouts undor Florida's sun. ' ·'. His Christmas'dinner wai'the same as any other day, itld his 81-year-old trainer, Sunny .Jim Fitzsimmons. His daily rations rub into sizeable figures. K Brqakfast comes to Nashua t 3:30 a.m., when h« eals three quarts of oats. 'At. 10:30 i.mi.'he brunches on. six more quarts of oats, and at 4:30 p.m. «n additional six quarts.' . He also makes away wilh 25 to 30 pounds of clover, timothy ind alfalfa'hay, plus carrots. For d f s - sert Nashua likes^resh green dandelions. No ordinary tap water goes to Nashua. He drinks about 15 gallons daily of Mountain Valley w»- tcr from Hot Springs, Ark. Basketball Schedule TUESDAY Anil at Eaton. W E D N E S D A Y Johnstown Tourney Windsor VB. Johnstown. La Salle vs. Lafayette. THURSDAY Johnstown tourney finals. Brush at Akron. F R I D A Y Lafayette at Frederick. Sidney at Brush, Mead al College High. Grceley at Cheyenne. Korl Collins at Laraniic. Loveland at Pueblo. S A T U R D A Y C-Statc vs. Alumni. flssouri Five s Favored In Jig 7 Tourney ' By SKIPPER PATRICK KANSAS CITY .."Ml. -- Norni San Francisco Maintains No. 1 Ranking in Poll 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The pancly Dons of San Francisco, continuing unbeaten in a holiday sweep across the continent, iclcl the No. 1. position in Associated Press basketball The Milwaukee Braves will play 11 exhibition games In Bradenton, ' Fla., next spring. base again. It's their h'orne Island University (,1535-37) Seton Hall (1939-41). In the first game Tom Heinsolm scored 36 points In pacing Holy Cross to its victory "vei Syracuse. The Crusaders' 6-7 center pumped in 12 field goals and hit with 12 of '1* from fie free throw line. Holy Cross, leading all the way, built up an 11-point margin midway in the first half which ended with the Crusaders ahead 43-35. | Deaths and Funerals | R O U H K ' * . ' . William Clinton . Rouae or Aim. Husband ot Mrs. Temjm Smith House. Father of Mel- Tin 1*. of Great Bend, Kana., Calvin U ot Boylder dnd Glco Rouse of Greeley, Mrs. Dorothy Lronez of Qehrlng, Nebr., Mr». Zelma. 1 Moore of Fort Lupton aud Mr*. Mildred B;irch of Greeley;"brother of James W. House of Mt. Mor- rli r . 111., Earl B. Roiise of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Julia flelshauer of Bedford. Ind., Mrs. Ernie Hook of Osborne, Kana,, and Mrs. Eunice Burns of Denver. Also survived by nine jprdndchildreri. Services at 3 p.m. .Wednesday nt Adnin- BOD Memorial chnpel. Jnter- ment Ault cemetery, M A R T I N E Z Richard Martinez of Ault. Con of Mr, and Mrs. J-eo Martinez; grandEon of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Martinez or Ault and Felix Trujillo of Greeloy; great grandson of Mrs. Lucia Trujillo of Greeley; brother of Debra Mar (Inez. Graveside services 10 a.m. Tuesday at Evans Cemetery. By THE ASSOCIATED 1'RKSS H*lld*T F«il]r*l «I Mftdlta* B|a , G » T d « n : Holy . Croii »7, Syricuit 14. 'Sam-FraacUc« 79, lJiSlle «1. UCLA n, St.' John'* (Brooklyn) Be. " D-jqucine 73, Fotdiiim 70 (ovectlmf). KJarqu*H* 11. North TJiVola 37. MLirlulppI Southern 60, Waimnjiton 5UI* 6. Wchlla M, Sanl* Cl*r» W. FOOTBALL llj THE ASSOCIATED TRESS ·Pro fool bill cbunpiotililp .VFL): Cleveland Brown* M, LOJ Antc^i Rami 14. ,» Coltrxe All-iUri (Shrlnt)l South », NoilH 7. Senior ChtlllUM Howl »t Mvrfrrfih East 21, W«4 10. MONDAY NIGHT'S Vir-ItT lly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK -- Varna Bahiraa. I! B»ham»». outpointed P»c4a ^^*lls J The poll "uesday while other teams jockeyed for position, Dayton, which crushed Kentucky 8D-7i last Wednesday for its eighth straight, victory, moved into second abcatl oC -three challenging teams-- North Carolina State, North Carolina and VandcrViiU, The top 10 was completed by Io\va, Utah, Duke, Illinois aix Oklahoma .City in that order, -will the last three coming from th outside lo crash the elite circle A total of 143 votes was cast by sports wrUers : and broadcasters in this week's poll with 90- going t San Frnncisco. The college cb.implons frojn -thi Pacific Const solidified their po sition by boating Wichita and Ley ola of Louisiana en route lo th holiday festival in New* York' Madison Square Garden. Edged, out o£ the first 10 wcr Holy Cross, No. 7 n week ago beaten by Alabama 80-84; Brignai Young, which fell from fifth to 201 after successive losses, to Nort Carolina Slate and Wake Fores and Kentucky, handed its secon defeat of the season by Dayton Vanflcrbilt gained three notchc despite an 87-76 loss to Iowa .Stat which failed lo crack the top 2f p (en teami, w-!h woa-losl rccoi l»st SaturJay'e jj^mti. l l r j t pli voles In paionltifse* and point tctflli b*i 03 · 10-9 -8-7.6-WO.2-1 tally: «. S»n Frar.clsco (7-) S 6) 1. 2. Dayton ( 8 0 ) CIS) ' 1, 2. Norlh Caiollna Sf»e (l«) (14) 1. 4. North Carolina (50) (4) 5. VBTidctbllt (6-1) 6. lov,a C 3 - l O 7. Utah (5-2) I. £HiV* (5-0) (3) 9. Illlnoli -! ' II. Oklahoma Citr (6-0 (S) The Second Tea: 11. I^livllle (7-0) (3) 11 Georfe ^Vaihinxton ·! 13. Kenlneky '(5-2) · · 14. HoVr Crosj CS-n 15. Ohio Slate (6-1) ' 16. MlchljMn State (4-fl) 17. nke (t-0) Riwt . Temple (5-0) ' 19. Albania (5-1) (2) 30. n r i f b a m Younff (6-2 (Note: Kentucky Wtileyan received I Hrjl place votes). . . . hot early season, ali- candidate, makes the " lewart^ mcrica :fssouri Tigers a "slight favorite ir the championship of the 10th ig Seven Basketball Tournament pcning Tuesday night. Even with Stewart, a 6-foot-4V$ ch senior guard, In "the Missouri neup the tournament shapes up s one of 'the closest in history. Colorado (3-3) and Oklahoma (2- 1 will open play at 6:30 p. m. rfST). lows State. (5-1) and Kanis State (3-3) will tangle at 8:3^ The" first .round will he com- ctcd Wednesday night with. Mis- luri meeting Nebraska (2-5) and ansas 2 - 4 . iceling Cornell TJni- crsity (3-2) from llhauj, N. Y. There'll be two afternoon games lursday and Friday for the first »und losers. The championship ame- is set for Friday night. Stewart, a 'rugged 199-pounder, as the key - man in ' Missouri's urnament'ch^mpionship last year id he's iveraged 26.2 points in Tigers' first alx games this enson. Iowa State, with 5-fool-10 Gary Iiompson carrying a 23,2 average, ml four of the other entries also ppear capable of winning the ournament W a basis of early cason play, Thompson'' has the ingle- game high score for the cague thus far--40 points in Iowa Stale's 87-76 victory over Vander bill last week. A* guest learn hasn't gone al he way since Southern Methodis won the .inaugural in 1946. Cornell will offer a · standout player in Chuck Holies who. has A 23 point average"through five gamei. While t o u r n a m e n t Manager Reaves Peters and some coaches insist'any of,(he teams is capable of winning the litle, neither Oklahoma nor Nebraska has shown enough to be classed in that group. Both are busy with rebuilding campaigns and lack, overall per- Navy's Wel?h:; v leads South 11 lo 20-I^ictory : MIAMI, Fla.. W-George Welsh, Navy's gutty little quarterback, easily bested West-Virginia's Freddy Wyant i n ' a daring, aerial duel Monday night is the South whipped the North-20-7 In the Shrine'i annual college all-star Civil war in the Orange Bowl. The 165-pound Welsh, the nation's most successful collegiate passer during the 1955 football season, completed 12,.of 50 throws for. 164 yards and was responsible for all three Rebel touchdowns. Navy's great passing combina- lion ot Welsh to Ron Beagle clicked for 31 yards and the initial South touchdown. Welsh sneaked - three yards for the second and Georgia's Bobby Garrard plunged a yard for the third after Welsh bad pitched the Rebels into position for the score. ' , Wyant also put on a good passing display for the northerners but was wild at times, and his receivers, especially Army's Don Holleder and Noire Dame's Gene Kapi'sh, had to run hard and jump high for some of. his throws. A crowd of 42,179 turned out to see the Smith continue its dominance of this eight-year-old series which is sponsored by the Shrine for the benefit of its crippled chil- 'ttren's hospitals. . - . , ... -· A 38-yard pass play from Wyant to Holleder in the second period accounteed for the only Yankee score. Welsh, whose' remarkable accuracy under extreme pressure by a massive North' line drew loud acclaim from the crowd, was elected the game's most valuable .player in i press box poll. Holleder. was voted the outstanding' player .on the Yankee side. ' . North 7 '0 7 . S . I -- 7 South :-- 7 7 ' * ' 1-20 North scoring .-- Touchdowns: Holleder' of Army (38, pass-run from Wyanl of .West Virginia). Conversions-Freeman of Iowa. South scoring -- Touchdowns: Besgle of Navy (31, passfruh'from Welsh'of Navy); Welsh (S, aneak); Gnrrard of (ftccgia (i, plunge). Conversions: .Gairard 2. Bull S Wants Ist-Game Win In Tournament BOULDER -- Colorado's basketball players are just like the little boy who only w a n t s two front teeth for Christmas. · ' The "Buffaloes aren't expect^.g a whole, lot . One of 1955 Highlights DAVIS ..Mr». Hatlle Davis of Oreeley and Odessa, Texas. Wife of Henrr E. Davis. Mother of Mrj. J. ·!!. Rives of Greeley and Roy E. Davis of Odessa. Sisler of W. 0. Henry, Mn. Rosa Spradley and Mrs. J. R. Judice, both ol H o u s t o n , Texns, W. S. Henry of Hunts- Tille, Tezas, John D. Henry ot Dallas, Albert Henry of San Antonip anil Mre. H. J. Stephens of K'B Sr'rir.RS, Ts^as. Committal service 2:30 Thura- flay at ieniy Cemeteo", Ga^ latin, Texas. HII.L Harvey A. Hill of SE of Greeley. Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday from Macyc draw; Ing room. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Vour Sympathy expretted In Floral Pieces . . , , FLOWERS BY "Clair Louise" GREELEY FLORAL K7 Iff* 81. Phene 90S I E S T S T E E D -- Nashua, "Horse ot Ihe Year" In annual pell, wu lold for eitr a million 'dollars, hi(h'»t price In jillorjr, afl«r ira^Ie de4tb of owner WiHUm \Vcodward Jr. . say s champion- , hip . . . at the Big Seven's post- hristrnas get-together in Kansas City. All they'd lifce is an open- ng victory and the ensuing oppor- unity to play at night during the ast two days of the tournament. It's feat the Buffs have been ible to accomplish only once in the line previous tourneys. That came n 1949 when Colorado knocked off Nebraska,' 67-57, in their n eve/y other meet, th« Buffs lave been relegated to the matinee sessions. It's a frustrating record typified )y last ycnr's performance when Bebe Lee's lads, who were to go on and notch a .nifty 11-1 title mark, fell before Oklahoma's ultimate ast-piace team in overtime, 73-71. The Bison ' draw the Sooners again this year as the two teams Ai Least Nine Perish . In Fires Over Holidays By THi ASSOCIATED PRESS Fire injeclco a - n o t e of tragedy into the Christmas holiday observance in. many parts of the nation Monday. At least nine persons perishec and property damage ran into the millions. ' -.'' :- Scorej of persons were forced to flee fror.i ; their homes in frigid temperatures.*,,-: / NearGaylor;rich,, Mrs. Gladys' Soaj^r, 36, and her five children, ages 2 to'.13 died in a flash fire that destroyed their two-story farmhouse. The only survivor, Mrs. Soaper's husband, Warren, said he throughl thf family had followed him to safety through the kitchen door. (n Newark, N. J., James Hunter, about TO, and his wife, Jessie, 50, perished when flames destroyed a rooming house in which they lived. " . · Mn. Kathleen Hipp, -73, a retired B ch ooltea cher, wa s found dead of smoke 1 suffocation in her room on Staten Island, New York. ·A roaring blaze leveled a block of business concerns near the Lowell, Mass. r City Hall. Police estimated damage at more than a million dollari. Ten firemen were injured. Wind-fanned f l a m e s iwept through three stories in the middle of the Cape May, N. J., business district! Damage was placed at $60.000.' Churches Buffered heavily. In Chicago/ flames^destroyerl St. Paul'r. Evangelical . E u t h e r a n Church, causing damage estimated at $500,000: A third'of the city's fire-fighting equipment was called to battle the blaze. · Part of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church 'in Middletown, Conn., .was consumed by a $75,000 fir*. opcH the 7:30 p.m. tournament action at Tuesday. But it's cinch they won't go into the 'game. in a heavy favorite's role as they did last winter. The Silver and Gold got off to an excellent start this season with three straight wins over Oregon State, Oregon and Iowa. But they're currently mired in a slump which has dipped them to. three straight losses , ..'. twice to Brigrsm Young nncl Thursday night's 58-60 thritter at Colorado AM r a team which Iowa State dumped with ease. "We've been pretty flat in the last three , games," admits Lee. "We've been oulhustled in all three. Our shooling picked up against Colorado AM but we again m a d e loo many mistakes to expect lo win." Peiping, Easf Germany Make Alliance Sunday BERLIN (fi -- Bed China and Communist East Germany are joined in demanding U. N. membership for the Feiping . regime, delivery of Formosa to the Communists and M -international conference on Korea, the official East German news agency ADN reported Monday! The agency gave the first details of the "treaty signed Sunday in Peiping by Premiers Chou En- I at and Otto Grotewohl. Nitionil B n k t l b i l l Ann. New York 108, Philadelphia 97. Rochester 93, Syracuse 91. 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