Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 18
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Greeley, Colorado
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Prep Cac Is Light : Tire prep baskeiball action will g be a bit early this week due to d the upcoming Christinas holidays, r Gamesi are scheduled for Thursday and Frdiay nights, rather ! than Friday and Saturday as usual. Two games were played Tues- Aty with BrigRsdale thumping Stoncham. 51-16. and Ault turning back Nunn. 6149. One non-conference game and a Northern Conference game arc fcr.eduled Thursday. Berthoud plays at Wixgins, while Aurora goes 'to Sterling in the Northern- contt. A. full schedule of Tri-Valley games are scheduled Frid-v College High at Valley High. Weld Central at Brush. Fort Lupton at Eaton and Lafayette at Windsor. The latter game will take the conference spotlight. Not too many teams will be in action this weekend. The only non-conference games scheduled Friday are Grover at Wcldona. Wellington at Laporte, Estes Park at Roosevelt (Johnstown-.Millikcn) and Platte Valley at Erie. Northern Conference games scheduled Friday arc Gfcelcy at Longmont. Fort Collins at Loveland and Englewood al Boulder. In wrestling, the schedule finds: Friday -- Brush at Weld Central, Valley High at College High. Eaton at Fort Lupton and Laporte at Lafayette. Saturday -- Roosevelt al Brush, and. Arvada, Abraham Lincoln, F^rt Collins, Fort Morgan, Den- vet South. Sidney (Neb.) am Wlie'at Ridge at Greeley Invitational. Highlights from last weekend's basketball action found Brush, although pressed, and Lafayette winning their second Tri-Valley games. Brush edged College High, Jlifeand Lafayetle downed Well Cecirpl, 55-43. ,$ipn defeated Valley High, 69- l7(:fW Windsor topped Fort Lup- intij'-f!-®, in the other Tri-Valley lines. ,tte Columbine Conference be| Deaths and Funerals MANZANARES Mrs. Pelina Manzanares, 930 Otli Avenue. Mother o: Joe C. Manzanares ot Greeley, Thomas E. Hernandez of Wilmington, Calif., Mrs. Mary Lopez of Greeley, Mrs. Jula Morales of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Alice Marques of Denver, Mrs. Margaret Jarmillo of Germany. Sister of John Hernandez of Denver, Henry Hernandez and Mrs. Beatrice H. Garcia ot El Paso, Texas and Mrs. Det- fina Sanches of Pueblo. Also survived by 13 grandchildren. A r r a n g e m e n t s later. '·HOLLAND -.'. Mrs. .Minnie T. Holland o :· 1209 llth Avenue. Molhe ·. of Lewis E. Holland am ;; Floyd Holland both o ''· Cheyenne. Sister of John ny Thomas, Mrs. Velm Llerly. Mrs. Apncs blue and Mrs. Pearl Pierson al of Fayetteville, Ark. Serv ices 11 a.m. Thursday, from .Marys Drawing Itooin. Interment Linn Grove. L/w£*wwi4 ty|lfiu{mtt '· J WinJiot, Cofa. STKAUCH Mrs. Katherine Strauch of "Windsor. Wife of John Ktraii"h. Mother of Mrs. Georg^ Olantz, Ft. Collins, Mrs. W i l l i a m Halm, Top- penis)], Washington, Mrs. Henry Dumbler. Outlook, VashiiiKtol). Mrs. K l in o r [. Pfief, Windsor. Mrs. Matt Ley. Hudson. Mrs. Hnrmaii : Frank. Sunnvgidi!, Wnn i: tngtoii. Mrs. V. ){. Khriic i, ! Stockton. California. Mr ; Ruben Striiuch. B i l l i n g s : M o n t a n a . M r . J o h n ' Siraudi. Laurel. M o n t a n a , -Mr. Fred Strauch, K t . Co lins. 21 grandchildren. ]? .creat praiMlrhildren. Scrv irfs Thursday. 2 p.m Windsor Congre«at i o n a Church. lnte:'in'nt Ijike view Cemetery, Windsor · MONUMENTS and MARKERS . ^a=»J T *:· 60 Yean of Leadership In C: Granite and Bronte M o n u m e n t s f. O P E N S U N D A Y S ;· by Appointment f Italpli Hollisler i t R E E l E Y M O N U M E N T CO 1015 7th Avt. \ il2VH0^ FLOWERS WeitlOthSt. 352-2851 je, Mat , Fhis We an play for keeps with Weldoua efeatiiig Snyder, 40-29. and Hill- B Jso topping New Raymer. 83-46. . Tlw rest of the action was non- ague, s The top Tri-VaUey wrestling t eel found Laporle defeating de- g nding champion Fort Lupton, ·23. Brush and College High i ew. 22-22, while Lafayette wal- c ped Weld Central. 47-5. Salur- E ay Roosevelt beat Weld Central, 1 B-15. and Valley High downed l aton, 48-6. i, Top baskeiball scorers last \ eekend: n IMC Remains viembership Ri DENVER (AP) - The Rocky ounlain Conference will retain s present five-school membership r at least another year, al- ough it has revised its consti- tion concerning new members. The change was made at the MC's winter meeting last week- nd. The new procedure allows po- ntial members to apply at either le spring or winter mceling with illative conference membership llowing in six months after ampus visitation by an RMC SAcKinley, Hard Head List of Top Tennis Players By MURRAY ROSE Associated Priss Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Chuck Me- :inley. 21-year-old mainstay of le American Davis Cup team, nd Darlcne Hard, the veteran in- ernationalist, head the nation's ennis players in the 1962 ratings f the U.S. Lawn Tennis Associa- ion. McKinley ot St. Ann, Mo., tops he men's list for the first time. Second a year ago, the crew-cu louter replaced the slumping Whitney Reed of Alameda, Calif., as the No. 1 player in Ihe rank- ngs. Reed had a terrible year and was dropped to sixth. Miss Hard of Long Bjach, Calif., was ranked first among Ihe women for Ihe Ihird straight year. The stocky, 26-year-old Californian was beaten in the finals of the J.S. championships at Forest Hills by Margaret Smith, the tall Australian slammer. The rankings were recommem ed by the men's and women's committees but must be approved at the USLTA's annual meeting at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., nex Feb; 2. Usually that is just a formality. Frank Froehling, III, 20-year- old collegian from Coral Gables, Fla., was ranked second and vc evan Hamilton Richardson of Da las was placed third. Froehlinj was boosted from sixth place. There were no changes in th lop three of the women's ran! ings. Mrs. Karen Hanlze Susma of San Antonio, Tex., who won th Wimbledon crown, was rankei second and Billie Jean Moffit conqueror of Margaret Smith al Wimbledon, was ranked Ihird. Billie Jean is from Long Beach, Calif. 12 Teams To Be In Streamlined Cage Tourney DENVER (AP)-The field for Ihe National AAU Basketbal Tournament March 20-23 will be streamlined to jusi 12 teams. The tournament, played here every year since 1936 except one has drawn as many as 64 teams in the past, although in reccn years the list has been pared wcl below that bu"'y figure. (J. Russell Lyons of Boulder Colo.. National AAU baskctbal chairman, said next year's tourna menl will have a bracket of 18 wilh four seeded leams drawin first-round byes. Four games will be played o iopcnins day to cut (he field I eight for the quarter-finals. Th two semifinal winners will das March 23 lor Ihe tillc wilh Ih semi-final losers meeting in lliird-placc game. The champions of cighl rcgiona 1 North Pacific. South Pacific | Rocky Mountain, .Norlh Centra South Ccnlial. Great Lakes. Nort Atlantic ;m-l South Atlantic. BarlliM-illo. Okla.. Oilers, dcfem Ing champions: Akron, Ohio; military all-star team and a Dei ver team. Briggsdale Tips Stoneham 51-16 STONEHAM - The Briggsria Hams, wilh Hud ShctlK tcorir 24 points. HsHoppd Stoncham. 5 IB. Tuesday in ,1 non-league ba kftliall game, .lav Pack nnrt Hurt Bainls sc , fd all of Sfwham '« (nints »i : I lack gelling 11. Meneriam 5 4 5 J- Brlf|ldle U 4 IS It- Action ekend Bob French. Valley High. 33: h ill Obenchaia. .Nunn. 32-18: Lar- ^ v Johnston, Fort Lupton. 23; Ed unpion. Ault. 23; Dean Giaugue, L Ulrose, 22; Larry BrunU, Wigins. 20. Bob Thome. Nunn. 19: John larlinei. Weld Central. 19; Fred * tis. College High, 19; Bob Smith, rush. 19: Bill Hird, Plaltc Val- 8 'y, 19; Ted Barajas, Lafayetle, 8; .Mike Romero, Pierce, 18; ennit Melby. Evans. 18: Gene ' 'alter. Wiggins. 18: Steve Graves, stes Park, 18. 6 at 5 Teams, lies Changed epresentalive and an alhletic di- eclor. New Members may be placed n a tentative membership not to xcccd three years in ordei to chievc full conference scheduling nd correct possible conflicts in hletic aid. Eastern New Mexico University nd Fort Lewis AM of Durango ave indicated interest in joining he conference. Present mem- *rs arc Colorado College. Colo- ado Stale College, Colorado ines. Western Slale and Adams tate. One requirement for membcr- lip is that the 'school belong to he National Collegiate Athletic ssociation. Fort Lewis, now mov- ng from junior college to degree- ranting senior college stalus, annul become an NCAA mem- xr until this is accomplished. Dr. Ray Werner of Colorado Mlege, RMC president, said his chool has no plans to drop out f the conference despite some umors to this affect. Francis E. Smiley Jr. of Colo- ado Mines will succeed Dr. Werner Jan. 1 as conference head, lie new vice president is Dr. Arthur Reynolds of Colorado State College. Football and basketball schedules for 1963-64 were approved at he meeting. Central AAU Sanctions Track Meet CHICAGO (AP) -- The Central AAU, taiajmiiing importance of a similar sanction given b'ySiie^a.- lional Track Fedcralion, has reaffirmed its approval of the Un verslty of Chicago's holiday trac meet Thursday. This will be the first track meet jointly sanctioned by the AAU am federation groups which President Kennedy recently urged to compromise their long-standing differences. The Central AAU's registration committee Monday night said it would in no way try to prevent the Chicago meet, which annually atlracls a large field of bolh college and post-graduate athletes. iV'-'lared John Bauer, Central AAU president: "The meet will be stage,? under Central AAU rules. Any other approval given the University of Chicago, an NCAA member, by the NCAA-backec U.S. Track and Field Federation, is an internal collegiate matter with which this association is nd concerned." University of Chicago Track ^oach Ted Haydon said no ath eles had dropped out of the mee and that more than 200 collegiate and "open" athletes will partici pate. Fighter Machen Committed as Schizophrenic FAIRFIELD, Calif. (AP Mentally ill heavyweight fighte Eddie Machen was committed I a slate hospital Tuesday as a "acute schizophrenic" in nec o treatmcnl and dangerous to him self and others. The commitment was orriere al a 20-minutc Superior Cour hearing and was for an indcfinit period-- "until his menial we being is restored." Miichen, who has gone berser on at Icasl (wo occasions sine 1 he was confined to Napa Sla 1 c Hospital last week, was not prc- , County Superior Judge Phi! , Lynch hci c. i Authorities had asked a rulii from Ihe attorney general's olfn · could be conducted withoul tl a fighter being presenl and ha i- been lold lhat Ally. Gen. Stank Mosk had ruler! in a similar ca in I%1 that it was legal. So .Iud| Lynch went ahead. Whether Ihc m-ycar-old Negro. Iratcd by Ihe World Boxing Ass cialion a- No. I challenger f champion Sunny Liston'j title e would ever l« able lo return g contcniion was an unanswcrab i- question, s- Machrn was taken l-i UK: Na Hospital for observation nm 1 r- own protection last WrdncM h whru a Stair Hithv.ay patrolm jf'Hind him in a car parked alo i» Ihf higiiway nwr Vallejo. rf» 51 pondenlly cnnlmplaling fiiiTM On Tap With Preps ·ASKIT1ALL trrhern Aurora at Sterling. len-Cenferenco ' Meeker J.H. at F-rt Collins'' incoln, 4 p.m. ' Heath J.H. at Loveland, 4 p.m · Berthoud at W'yjins. P Friday b brthefn b Greeley at Lougmont, «:30 and ^ 15 p.m. Fort Collins at Loveland. - « Englewood at Boulder t ri-V.lky " e College High at Valley High, C 45 and 8: 15 p.m. c Weld Central at Brush. 1 Fort Lupton at Eaton. t Lafayette at Windsor. Grover at Weldona. t Wellington at Laporte. t Esles Park at Roosevelt. f Platte Valley at Erie. C WRESTLING j Friday 1 ri-Velley c Brush at Weld Central. [ Valley High at College High. 30 p.m. Eaton at Fort Lupton. · Liporte at Lafayette. l Saturday I rretley Invitatienal I Arvada, Abraham Lincoln, Fort l ollins. Fort Morgan, Denver outli, Sidney (Neb.) and Wheat ( idge at Greeley, 9 a.m., 1:30 i nd 8 p.m. 1 rl-Vtlliy Roosevelt at Brush. Hound-Rot Suggested TORONTO !AP) - Champion ionny Liston, allhough he said he idn't think the best of them vould last two rounds with him, fucsday night suggested a heavyweight round-robin series involv- ng himself, former champions 'loyd Patterson and Ingemar Jo- lansson and 'brash Cassius Clay. Liston, appearing on Canadian elevision, said Ihe best idea would be for promoters to match lira against Johansson and Patterson against Clay. The winners of these two bouls would then meet for the tille, he said. Lislon ran all three of them down, however. He said he doubted the public could be sold on a rematch with Patterson following his one-rounc knockout of the former champion. "People lislen lo his mouth, but they don't watch him fight," Lis- lon said of Clay, the talkative challenger whose last victory was a "call-your-shot" fourth round KO of ancient Archie Moore. "Johansson is the oulstanding boy right now," said Liston, but Inside on Oldut Game Bird Ftund OLATHE-While hunting along Dry Creek, Mrs. Adolph Keller of Olathe surprised a hawk feeding on a kill. She investigated and found the remains of a chu- ;ar partridge with a small aluminum band attached to one leg She gave the numbered band to Claude White, principal game bi ologist with the Colorado Game and Fish Department in Mont rose, who checked the band with the records. White found that the jird had been released in March of 1955 in the Dry Creek area above the Seago ranch. The chu kar was over 8 years old. whicr is extremely ancient. According to the department' Game Research Chiei Wayn Sandfort, Ihis bird i; the oldes wild upland game bird ever fount in this state. However, birds i captivity have lived longer. While most studies have bee ipade'on pheasants, the life spa ol the chukar partridge is gencr ; ally about the same. Said Sand ' fort, "Two-thirds of these bird · o not live past their third wir tcr and most never reach mor ^ than fivp years. I guess this on ^ didn't read Ihe book." e * » « 1 Whiti Beaver Jaddtni Trapper DENVER - Dean T. Campbc 1 of Idaho Falls, Ida. is undoublet c Iv one of the saddest men aliv c While checking his irapline hlg · on the Continental Divide separa 0 nK Idaho and Montana, Camphe P found in one of his traps a 60 1 heaver, caught by the hind (oe B The animal nad pulled Ihe tr.i c and himself into a tunneling f e catch if he tried lo pull il o d alive. Campbell pulled oul his pi y lol and shot It in the head, c MonvnU later the trapper re? c izcd he had made the worst m akp of his life. The catch was - rare while beaver, a hreco Ih o- dimmed 200 vears ago and in t jr cnnt years was believed extim -- according In a newspaper repo .0 of l!ie incident. The last beav le of this hre»l on record wai cauR in l»32 at Olyrmla. Wasi R la Jack Hopue. chief game ward is \\ilh Ihc Colorado Game and Fi ty Department say* a drparlmc in trapper look * similar beavrr ig SlMmboat Springs arm omf s- In IS ynrt hen. e. "For brMding purposes Cam Dallas, Housto Even Match in »T JACK HAND AsiMutod Pre* tferk Writer NEW YORK (API-Dallas aad loustoo should be u even match l their Sunday game for the iroerican Football League title ccording to the All-Star teams icked for The Associated Press y a committee of writers and roadcasters from the eight »gue cities. Dallas |)acMl six on the often- triVid defensive units and Houson landed five for a total of 11 F the first 22 men. However, hris Burford fleet Dallas paw atcher. is injured. That leave* ve All-Stars from each side for, he big game in Houston. The Texans took over half of he All-Star backfleld with quar- erback Len Dawsoo and halfback bner Haynes. The Oilers placed anker back Charley Hennigan. 'ookie Gilchrist of Buffalo, the eague-leading ground g a i n e r , ounded out the backfield at full- ack. Houston's second All-Star on ffense was Al Jamison. MS- KHind farmer Colgate tackle. On defense, the Dallas club had inebackers Sherrill Hetdrick and :.J. Holub and safety Bob Hunt n the first team. Houston ptace Jon Floyd at end, Ed Husmann t tackle and Tony Banfield at orner back. Houston also had quarterback jeorge Blanda. center Bob chmidt and fullback Charley talar on the offensive secom earn and linebacker Doug Cline nd safety Jim Norton on de- in Series by Liston w said he didn't think the Swede vould last two rounds against lim. The champion said he did not doubt that a $1 million offer by Johansson's advisor, Edwin Ah quest, lo meet the Swede in Stock- wlm was legitimate. "Ahlquest has that kind o money and even if he doesn't, Johansson could put it up himself," said Liston. "He was ric when he came over here and he got richer." Liston said another obstacle to a rematch wilh Palterson is the money owed him from the first fight. He said the promoters failed to live up to their contract by paying him half his purse-- $185,000-wilhin 48 hours of Ihe fight. He got only $100,000. The other half was lo be held in escrow pending the second fight. The U.S. government seized the receipts because of tax problems. Liston said Clay has yet to prove his right to a title bout, i said he thought Clay would draw well against Patterson, however. Outdoors bell's beaver would have draw a price of $5,000 or more. Fro le standpoint of preserving th. rare strain its worth would hav lecri beyond mere dollars," sa 1C article. A liver lesl proved the beav o be a Irue member of Ihc whi ireed and not an albino. An a no has pink eyes and pink ski bis beaver had jet black eye irown tail, feet and nose. The beautiful pelt of this be ver would have fetched a ni sum, but Campbell had 'he tool rodent mounted by a taxiderm and keeps :l in a glass box. S»ys Campbell. "I'll never k another beaver until -- to ma certain it's ordinary -- I've was ed it." * · * How Come No Goeu? FOHT COLLINS - "We a now able lo reconstruct the rea son for the late arrival of Canadr geese In southeastern Colorado.' says Jack Grich, wildlife stalls tician with the Colorado Gam and Fish Deparlmcnl "According lo reports jusl re ceivcd from Canadian watcrfow liologisls record high Icmpera lures combined wilh a lack o stormy weather through Ihe ITH Iral and southern parts of Albert and Saskatchewan created unm uolly favorable conditions wlilc leld birds in Ihcse areas late han ever before recorded. "During late NovemixM' invcr lories in major goose reslin areas, showed a large numlie of Canada gce.M* remaining Ion aflcr Ihcy usually move souti ward." ; Fight! v., .................. By THE ASSOCIATED PRES NEW YORK - Ray Bate 195'-i. New York, knocked out I* MOFCS, Iftli, New York, 1. 1. rt NHL er hi »y THE ASSOCIATED PRtS ut Tuesday'! Result rn (EXHIBITION) h Dflrnit 7. foil Ilia on. IHL. nl Tedty'i Game in Boston al Chicago 10 Thursday'! G«m«« Toronto M Montreal p- Boston at Detroit n Should Be vllVUIW W Title Game «e Dallas had raekic Fred rbanu M the second teem on ease aad fed lie] Branch aad ickle Jerry Mays be tke secead fensive unit. In addition to the Dallu-Hout- w contingent, the first team on eue included tackle Harold 01- MI. guard Billy Shaw and full- ack Gilchrut of Buffalo, center im Otto of Oakland, cod Lionel ylor of Denver and guard Ron « of San Diego Denver put tackle Bud McFadin nd safety Austin Gonsoulin on K first defensive team. Oakland laced corner back Fred Wil- amson, Boston had end Larry uenhauaer aid New York had ·ebacker Larry Grantham. jreen Bay Hogs NFL Statistics NEW YORK (AP)-The Green ay Packers failed to lead the ational Football League in either otal offense or defense but dom- ated the finil team statistics by inishing first in 11 offensive and ur defensive categories. The New York Giants, who eet the Packers In the league lampionship game, Dec. 30 a ankce Stadium, showed the way total offense. Detroit, whici ost tht Western crown althougl was the only team to beat the ackers, led in total defense. Green Bay piled up most first owns rushing (145). net yards ·ushing (],4M, average yards per ush (4.7), pass completion per- entage (60.1) total touchdowns 53), touchdowns tunning (39), e»- a points (52) and total points 415). Vince Lombardi's club also ihowed the way with fewest pass- s intercepted (13). least yards nterceptions returned against 122) and most total first downs 281). The first downs set a eague record, breaking Ihe Z7J let by Los Angeles in 1950. On defense the Packers «llowe he fewest points (mi, the few- st first downs passing (94), the east net yards passing (1,74 nd had the most interceptions 31). The Giants captured the total ffense title wilh 5,006 net yards ushing and passing. They had ic most TO passes (35) and lost he fewest yards attempting lo ass (139). Philadelphia again topped them H in passing yardage with 3,385 ards. Sreen Boy Puts I on Pro Squad LOS ANGELES (AP) Eight ers were named Wednesday on the Western Division squad which will meet the Eastern Division of he National Football League in the annual Pro Bowl game here Jan. 13. ^ The squad was selected by Ihc Wcslern loop coaches. The Easl ern team, which included elgh Vew York GianU, was announced wo days ago. The Dctroil Lions placed seven men on the Western team, Ball! more live, the Chicago Bears am Los Angeles Rams four each, S»i Francisco three and Minnesota one. AFL Rushi Also Play^ /NEW YORK (AP)-Cookic Gil Christ, a 243-pound fullback wh( spent nine years in the Canadla League before he joined the Bui (alo Bills, was named Player-o the- Year in the American Foolba League Tuesday by an Associate Press committee of writers an broadcasters from the eigh league cities. Gilchrist made a shambles o league, becoming the first man t ' gain over 1,000 yards as he ra ' B u f f a l o Bills ;Sign Fullback "George Saimes ,. .Saimes. Michigan Stale's A , America ful!b,v;k, signed Tucsda ; to play with Ihe Buffalo Bil the American Football league, * Saimes of Canton, Ohio, was i sixth-round draft choice of tl .' I)alln«. Tcxnnj of the AFL nr ( also the sixth-iound ,'hoicc of II ', Ios Angeles K«m« ol Ihc Nallo j al Football League Ralph B. Wilson Jr , owner he Rilb. said ht had obtain) :lw righu to Saimes from Dall ly agreeing to give Ihc Texa a hlp.h-drafl choice of Buffalo IK i season Saimc.v » 21-yc-ar-old, 15 pounder, was named In The Ass 3 cialcd Pif;*s first «lrmg All-Am* Ra Icam ihlt ncatnn. Al Michigan Slatt. he play fullback on uflrnsc and allcrn. ed as i linebacker artd witty rw on dcferiir tff« 11 CREELET TRIBUNE WW, Dex. If, 1N2 j 1 auaer said Tuesday Un Deo-r er BTOMM have signed Charles Ucbell, Univenity of Washing- » halfback, for the next Amen- an Football League season. b V1LLANOVA, Pa. (AP) - Lou* tettiao. m-pouod VUlaoova Uni- " ertHy fullback, disclosed Tues- * jy he has signed with the Green * lay Packers of the National Foot- , *U League (or the 1N3 season. MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) ? -The Miasteeota Vikings an- P waved Tuesday the signing of * tuMKMta end John Campbell to ' pretMtioMl football contract (er M3. * b ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louis * ' o o t b a 1 1 Cardinals announced Meaday the signing of Jim Bur- S oo, a defensive back from Au- ' urn. t r CHICAGO (API-Rogers Horns- 'y, H, baseball's greatest right- i landed batter of all time, has s rude rapid improvement from a i mall stroke suffered after a minorrt iperatioa last week. c Hornsby had a cataract extrac- km from his left eye Dee. It In ( Lesley Memorial Hospital. Friday J w developed what was descrilied i fibrillating bean and a clot r »'hich produced weakness of the 1 eft leg and left arm. 1 H was not Indicated when Hornsby may be discharged from i Jie hospital. Hornsby won the N a t i o n a l League batting title seven times i Big 8 Cage Six Wins it ·y JIM VAN VALKINIURC Autclated Press Spertt WrHw Colorado's unbeate i, sixth-ranked Big Eight champion; made it five straight and Oklahoma got back in its run-run groove Tuesday night as Big Eight leams made it six non-conference victories In two nights. Colorado held Crelghtonj 1-foot- 7 standout, Paul Silas, to three Simpson Leads Ault to 61-49 Win over Nunn AULT -- The rebound and corner shooting of Ed Simpson guided Ihe Ault BearcaU to a 61-49 non-conference basketball victory over Nunn Tuesday night here. Simpson scored 23 points for Uie game, 10 in the first period anc nine in the third. He catapulted Aull ahead 19-10 in the first period, then after Nunn had drawn within three points al the half, Simpson caught fire again In the third period to put the game oul of reach. Ault won the B-game. 50-25. *inn (41) Ault (il) O F O F iidwell 0 2 Bickling 5 5 ielbnore 4 0 Meyer 2 l larrold 3 1 Hanson 1 0 Obonchain 5 « Woods 2 1 Phorne 4 2 Mastcrson 3 3 Phillips 1 2 L. Broylei 1 0 Simpson 11 17 15 M l Nunn 11 U 13 11-41 AuH . It 1 It 15-4 ng Champ er of Year · over people nnd around them o ' a total of 1,096 yards on 214 car 1 ries. Gilchrist later was joined i ". the J.OOO-plus club by Dallas' Ab 1 ncr Haynes and Houston's Cha 1 Icy Tolar bul won with room t j spare, t "1 have no college edjiaition s it's been a questloo-ofrnoncy wll f me all alon^/-!said Gilchrist ca o licr in the «eason. "1 had lo bait n all the t)Ae fur the kind of pa 1 fell I rated." When the Bills acquired Gi christ from Ihe Toronto Argo nauls last summer he wa "waived" out of the Cnnsdia league. He had lo overcome reputation of being hard t bundle. c . The Bills, who reportedly pal y him $20.000 salary got Hie , money'* worth in a trcmendm 1 performance. He scored 13 loud n curry, e (iilrhriM, now 27, snid he wn d to Cleveland in 18M when he w; r 19, fresh out nf hii;h school, an n- was sent lo Canada foi cxper cftcc. He played wilh five lean of in thrct leagues before he finnl d was waived out in August. « Gilrhrijt received 13 t( the is votes cast by Ihc commillec. U nt Oawson, 27-year-old former N tkmal Football league quarts 0- back from Puidiiv. was st-cor rv with fight voles for his fine yc P »i!h lire Dallas Truant Charl jTolur, Houston fullback: Chr ·d Burford. [lalte end. and Hue M t- Farlin. IVnvrr's 2fW-potmd dcf' in slv e lackle, each received i vole. \dams State )owned by Fulsa 107-54 TULSA, Okla. (APl-Tulee, M 1 flashy James King, set a ·hool scoring retard Tueedaj igbt ii a wild NT-M buektball Ktory over outmaaoed Adam tate College of Colorado. King, the Missouri Valley Ce» trence's leading scorer Utt year, Hired IB a career high ef M ottts aad alw displayed flaibj using In feeding hit Uamnutae. ing also stole the ball wjmereus met for quick layupa. A field goal by Bill Hmard ith 1 minutes, et Negodt left roke Uw previous team high «J 1 points set last Feb. 4 (faint forth Texas StMe King scored 1 points twice last year, but Hwsday night's performance wae be higheet In hit three-year Hef- icane career. The outcome waa swrer it kxibt. Tulsa had doubled the core on Adams State by midway B the first half, and it stayed hat way or higher for the rest if the game. Tulsa acored a record 44 field oak The previous record was « against Wichita at Wichita il 953. The previous home court ecord was 3S against Texai Western in 19W and against North rexas State in 1961. King missed the school tcorln| ecord for an individual by o«ly hree points. Adams State's leading scorer 'as John Klncaid with 17. rs Pick Up J 2 Nights ;oals and 13 points and had coo- rd all the way in a 76-55 vie- ory. Little Eddie Evans scored points as Oklahoma ronped ver Texas Tech 85«. The two victories together with our triumphs in (ive games Mo*ay night gave the Big Eight a X-21 won-lost record against non- conference (oes. Only one game It scheduled to- Ight, with uttdehaled Oklahoma Stale pitying at Texas Western. The Cowboys should make K tit traight. Thursday night Iowa tile plays at Utah Stale and ennessee at Missouri. Colorado's veteran Ken CharlUm cored 17 points, two below his iverage, but took over the con- erence scoring lead u teammate im Davis was held to nine points. Charllon has an 11.6 aver- ge; Davis 18.0. The 5-9 Evans moved Into a tie or third wilh Kansas State's Gary Marriott, each with 11,7. Basketball Scores Colorado 78. Crelghton 55 Tulsa 107, Adams State 54 Itice 58. Centenary 55 Davidson 72, D-jkc 69 Wake Forest 78, Virginia 7S Western Md. 57, Dickinson, Pa. Ixyola, New Orleans, 51. Con ncctlcut 49 NYU 67, Lafayette 59 CULA «l, Butler 63 Fordham 11, Columbia 50 Wash Iee 7», Penn Military M Ohio Wesleyan 51, Obcrlin 48 Cornell 93. Syracuse 77 Cea, Wajhington SO, Rlciirrrand 71 Vanderbllt 95. Louisville n Memphis St. 78. Minnesota 7S Oklahoma 85. Tech Tech 62 Murray 83, San FrnnHsM St. 6, St. Joseph's Pa., 61, St. John' N.Y. 56 Okla. City 79. North Tcrai «3 Alma 74, Albion 54 Kidcr 57, IxinR Island U. W Eastern Mich. 72, Central Mich 58 Paris U., Francs 42, Gallnude 39 Ccdarville 87. Indians Tech 71 Heidelberg 73. Blufl'lon (!9 Adelphl 71, Bridgeport 57 Wagner 6r,, Upsala 58 Hofstro 81, Southern Conn. 47 . W. Va. Tech 69, Glcnville K) . W. Va, Wcslcyan 78, Fairmont 6 ,. Drrxcl 74. Swarlhmore 58 , Northwest Ccmmunily, Wyo. 7d 9 Northeastern, Colo. .1C 58 , Western Wyoming Community 7 Casper College 61 Brockporl 55, illinca 53 Anderson 7.1. Eastern III. M Mankato 74. MoroinRside M Minn. Duluth 63. I'arilic Lull ' craii 62 r Duena Visla 80. Sioux Falls 78 Kllondale 65. Jame.Oown 58 1 Henderson 77, 0?nrks 71 » East Texan Itaplisl 83 Souther l Ark. 01 '· Ark. AM 71. Ark. St. Tchrs 1 » East Central Okla. 94, .loll Brown 8.1 Howard Payne 109, Tex. We .4 Icyan 106 (ol! n Jacksonville, Fla. 74, Ten i- Tech 67 r- Bcloil 82. Uwrrnce 73 d BJiodo lilnnd 121 Sew Ham r shire 92 y Hnly Cross us. SI. Ansr-lm't Jvnler Cille|e Imkitfeall M- By THI ASSOCIATED PRIi * I'ueWo 45, Cameron. Okla.,

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