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P»r« * '-.'GREELEY TRIBUNE erty, Bowles Top CS Figures after 7 Tilts , - ; ; ' · j I , ' - · · ' - : - : - . - · · Dick.-. Daufhtrly ind 'Galen Bowlei ac«: leading . Hit .Colorado .State baikelbtll. faaTrj -as It gts againit in Alumni group Siturdiy,- : n^ght in tht (inal, game before Rocky-Mountiln .conference-play b«- - iln» J*n. : 7. - - . - , ' : · -. · · · : , · - . - . - · * . ;' 'ptyiherty, M,;and Bowlti, 4-4, art leaden in both : ice-rlng «nd rebcHmding; Dauf herfy hai^baen clicking for an average. of 17 pftinti . «ir;«i.nie. ; .'. . .'..'..' I . ' ' " - . : · . . - . . - . . . : ',". .After Hit. Alum game,. when wme of C-State'i bnghUit _itir« ' " ' .'·f.'Decent.years are expected to perforny it'Mlri»(Jan. 7) In the-first of 1! loop conteiti. ' ' · ' - ' ' VOFA" F G . . . F T A ' FT' Ba'ugheriy ,: --^ 13.1 43, Wiiham..,_!__ 11. 29... 11 Bowles. Lu 1:-- - S3 · 30 Diehl.L ·-- · '· ' · 67. ' . 25 Tucker' __:--:_:--^-- '40 . · 14 Kinney _i '- ~ 43 13' D b r n · : ' · : ' : _' ~S .. 2. i ^_- 4' · - 1 St«r« hoit jSrandley. .\Vright--i Eckied-. - 27 -8 25 11 .25 A - 20 1*. 3 4 I 1 12. .13 0 2 - . 21. 8 .14 , .11' .11 12 2 2 ·· 4 · 7 : 4 0 · ' 2 PF 12 . 2 9 . ·IS. · 23 12 . 2 0 107 . SO 74 ' 61 . 38 .-38 6 4 '22 · 13 ' -·18: ' .6 10- AVC. . .15.29 6.00 . 10.57 ' B.71 5.57 5.43 3.00 1.33 4.33 2.57 ·6.00 2.00 Basilic Rated tops b]f Mag - i NEW: YORK-'* -- .Rocky- Marcl- '' ' " . ·no, ''Archie 'Moore " Carmen ' ;Basilio rank .all. alone in 'their' re- ip'ective* divisions"- in. the . a n n u a l boxing' ratings' "of Itihg Magazine; z .ebpi p riRh.lcd 'in its February issue.' ?.* i For "-the-.third .'year, ; in" -a . row, ·t Jiiarciano} bvershado'wfd his entire ;/..-, field -to" 1 gain a position -.by himself on 'th«' titp run '"of the ladder in the .\ worM'ratingis a,i uhdisputed.heayj'- · 2 '.weight .'champion.' y'. ' Moore, rated in -both 'the -heavy* '_ ... weight · and light. 'heavy classes; ,was rated without a -serious^ con"^ tender" .-as*- light heavy .''champion. . He.-also- wax Nn/1 challenger- to ^·/"Mafciano.'-ln' the/welter^-eighl 'di- *·-' vision* Basilio was placed' above all "'·"la Ms clisai · * ' ''.'··;.''· ' .·- * Minpso Signs' Up' for. His Lasf Year's Pay · - CHICAGO I* '-- Minnie . Minbso ha«- foregone 1 his : usual holdout siege "-with the Chicago White Sox And - h a s sent in his signed 1 1956 contract.- ' *·' "' - ' . '. The Sox received, it Wednesday from his Kqme al';ilarianoa, Cuba, wKere' .Minbso k playing in"-'the Cuban .Winter, Lea'gue., The r Jie^v pact reportedly calls for about $32,500, t h e - i a m e as he received last "season. . " "· . " . - " He slowed -to ..28fi- in 1955 ;after hitting- above '.300 ' f o r ' t w o .y'eflrs', It look Minnie most of the cam- patgn'to regain'.his hitting eye' *t\- er being .beaned by ; a pitch^ May 18. Bowl Game Queens Outtn of tht. Oring* .Bowl ftsKviti.t* in : Miimi will b* Lynn Brown, right, of.Fort Liudcrdtlr, Fl*., ··University of Florida stu- fltnt. Diwn H«b#rt,,Uft, * lophornor* *t N*wcomb fcll*gt, 1i qu*«n ef tht Sugir Bowl in Niw Orlcini. Sht li th* cUughttr'of Rtp. F. Erfwird H«b«rt of L'oulilini. (AP Wirtphoto)., Both ;Sooners r Maryland Said At Morale Peak MIAMI; ria.'- either coach u-iil he-troubled about his te.im's morale .' when Oklahoma's swift Sooners. tangle with - Maryland's bra'.vny Tcrp^ in th'e Orange Bowl football ;£ame. . · "I., don't wt»rry. about morale," says .Coach 'Jim Tatum, whose team- " : Bait/lip Helped Denver ::.Hi.nrpd : Trio:-Get,: Catch' Easy Decision -MIAMI -BE^CH/Fia/'JR -^ wmie I Pep,- the old -featherweight- boxing- I master, 'itood up \mdeir a .vicious Uattt- assault 'ny -youthful. Andy ''Arel 1 Wednesday night to score, a 'tmaapi- the lucfot tnrM'-Cen : AouWc- ; biUlna \ rrioui., decision over his-'-'.Iormer event at the..auditorium. ,1: January's Ouldoor Ijife; f i r s t - a s a *.-'«olqr'phpto on the cover and.again fvriji a'Tfeaiureistory=calied-."Bait in ;«" c*eek,".;:" , . . ' . ' _ ..' . . / ' i ; -i* -.Gene Tool, 'Bu'd^Bursoh,· and -the ; -/j:. author, Felix ·'·Pogliano- 'Jr. : . wore c:rr"tryinR-for.whilefiBh in-th« ice-free gtretches-" of 'White River r n o a r f,- : Meeker; This-'are'a.is ahpnt 11,000 AM-feet up, "and the temperature ,w^s' 3,1 S'h'elpw. They."had'the;best'Winler- -;f_ r time-'.hait--live- nymphs--but all th_ey-got' at first .were ice bites. ?-7.'^;Then':G. :: R. ,Hauri of .Axial ar- fy fiveri "oh : ihV. scene, with a ,hotl6m- -»t -heavy ;'guh.riy -sack - a n d showed ;··..'· thcni how-H"was .done.-\Vhere th'e thfei; ' h a d ' clIKiculty ·: put ting their "·" ^rojen'-. and'- brittle nymphs ,on ;i -hboksi- 'He -had -none: His. .live I:..;.tyniphs :were soft and -juicy^, He ^"',-kept theni - defrosted by; carrying /i^.them..^ his-moulh. . - - ' . - . -- : -- - -- ' - -- ---- "'The 33-yeat-oln" ' .'VfVi i s ' efljoying the underdog role; "I'm-'confident these boys will give Oklahoma all they'ye Oklahoma;* Coach Bud Wilkinson has argued'th'at Maryland has a strong psychological edge, niain- ly because of'the. desire'to avenge the 7-0 defeat the Terps took from Oklahoma in th'e Orange Bowl two years ago; That loss was-extremely embarrassing, because Mary- Und had;been voted the national champion at the end of th'e regular season ' and was ' a solid favorite over'No. 3. Oklahoma. . . . ' ·Wilkinson, however, is not con T cirh'ed about, h'is. own team's itti- ude'. He.iays team'fs'pirit is-'^our iggest. asset." . - · · ' , ."The boys worked liard Ml year rid. never' let up.V, Wilkinson said: 'It's.paid off. That kind of spirit « : probably-, the most .important 'art.of · the-gorne.-" 1 ' · ' , . ·. Wilkinson s»ys he. doesn't, pul much stock in reports about teams being '.'inspired" in certain .game's Regis College Team Loses af Omaha Wed. .OMAHA .«! -- A tall Gustavus Adolphus club from St. Peter, Minn.; opened the NAIA "tip ofl" basketball tournament; Wednesday night by defeating Regis College of Denver, 83-71. · ' Three Minnesota giants did the heavy. damage. .Bill Patterson, 6-7, was the -big wheel, scoring 28 points. Jim Springer, 6-8,' and Jack Colvard, C-5, pulled the Gustics- into sn l!-point lead midway in the second half. Regis was led by Tom-Hooger- wcrf with 18. _i.. ' B y THE ASSOCIATED .TRESS Colorado M i n e s 13, - Wr*l*mlni.tr (Utah 67. ' · · · . . ' .' ihiRfton 31 « WLscwiiln M. - . rcion 73, Colordo AIM "57. " ' ' ir Foicc Acadeuy 77, NorlhM*sl (tto) Com muji] ly Colkne 0. - - i _ Q«iti*y MIL) Touriimr*. ' . (FJut ' Rcuni . KirikvlltCj Mo.- 9lj low* · W«lfy*n 75. IlMnol* Normal 75, Rockhurrl (K»n?»i C l l j ) 70. ...... E«»!ern l.ll/ioU IV St. Ambrgj* 7». ' -"Hcfiir» InvLUIIcntl ' IFJK3T HOUNDJ - . - · Muh!enber« BT. Iel*ivire E9. Springfield tM»i) 74, Jen* (I, - . (Cofl»tUU«fi»- ' CorMarvd. «, Burkr.ell 17 (1 o.tiUruei). . . ....· (Stmirinal Koandl Murray «. Eiilfm Ker.tucky' 17. 'Wtilcrn. Kentucky K, I«u.sri)lf 77. - , ,. ( L o i f t * Bracket) Ohio t;niver»lly 11. Ai-Iica* 7S. .'. (Flril 'KoiiniJ · Southwestern' Oklahoma '65, Southern 11- llnoU is.. . . . . ' - . , . · i Southern Missouri 89, -WilltiD (Colo.) Stale S3. ' ., . ; ' . ; . .. (Flril Ra«ni · : South Catclina «. Georgia M Clemson 100, Louiilarc* State Si. ' .. Oraate Bowt B a t k H b i l l · : Columbia 7t. Sanla CUu 7] (overtime). West ^Virginia. 78. Florid* SUIt «. · -.: ECAC Fcillral ... Contal»l[on Jlouid) ' Si. John's (Brooklyn) 97, Fordhatn- li. L a i a l l a 75, Syracuse 7}. ' ' .-. . ( S e m i f i n a l ) San Francisco'67, Holy Cross-51. UCLA 73. .Duqjesne 57. ,, _ . Rlchm.r.d InilUDoa . ' '(First RBCKdk S«Lo» 'Hall :«..VI«lr.!a-.Tnh. H. W i l l i a m and Alarjr 'IK. Rhodr Ii!and M. nLehmond 96, Armj- H. Cinclnhali. 93, .Virginia 69. i ( 5 E C O N P - HOUNTII Tulsi U, ScaU!e -66. . C«nialalk}Q . Idaho State f n , Loyola b l ' l h e S^ulh E5.- Oilahom. CiU '«.. Oklhom'a AtM 7. Phantoms Play Five Maryland's Martians For Meet Ill ' ill' : ' * West Virginia Beats Florida · M I A M I - BEACH, Fia. IB--West Virginia' displayed loo much :all around basketball ability for Florida sfate.*Umversity' and took the second afternoon game of .the Orange -Bowl basketball tournament 1 by a. 78-69. score. - The Mountaineers all-.American candidale Jim. Huptilcy scored .7 points as.-;his ..teammates, carried, he.load. for. a, change. I'hey were able to '.break!. into the .clear'.fqr easy/shots at crucial moments ami never; were fbehind.- . J i m - O l e r . kept the Scm'molcs in the 'game as'he scored 24 points to lead'bolii'team's'in individual scor ins., - . . 1 Columbia .'University, led b y ' a l l T»xa£:S6, T*x»4 'Christian A Scuthrra MethodUl 67,-Arkaa*Ai 6J. £^iilhem CaHforais Ti, Baylor 59. Rice lift, Texas AAJ! 81. nrUr.d C«llef« .'.;- IFItlt tt»U»d - MassachusefLs 58, Amheril A3. Conriect'jcut 72, Ilronn S6, Bnwrtoln' 78. II^M'Ard 65, " Colby SBj AUdrtlcbyry 53. HP1ONSH1P] BriKham Young d9.'Ddro!t 77. ' - - ITniKTJ PLACE) Penn Stale-7i. Toledo 6e. . .. (FIRST R O U N D Gujlavns «3, neffli 71. ' " ' ' . ' F^tt Texas Stale t4,' Cr'rlfhton U. ' Texas · Southern. 74. · So-Jlheajtem Oklahoma 71. , - - !.«DMiKa Int'iUUfixAl · Washlnglcn Sla:e M. Louisiana Tech' K. AI]-Atnrrlca« Clt'r ' · IFIHST' ROUND) ' ' riorida. H, Pilliburgh 7J. EvanivllJe Ond} 79,-llardln-SLmmoiu K. - ' (FIRST R O U N D ) · Mljuxiri 71. N'ehraska 66. Xaniai 7S. Cacncll 51.- · ' ruled the' featherweight divisio through most oT .the-- !40s", was'i serious trouble' -in" the "ninth "an tenlV rounds aftpr. -A gash over : his left eye, but- .old Willie. had piled up. plenty! of, points to 'carry him through, t - . - - ·Arel, '.131V4 r '. a game but- futile youngster,'. 1 stunned' W i U i r ' . with 'a left hook at the outset of the ninth round,- then- started blood"1 ft owing freely -into Pep's left/eye w i t h ^ i slashing 'right "to"- the forehead:- *'f There w.tllb« » »ptcl*l tommunl- Mtio'n' of'OceEdental Ledfte" Ne.; 20j .,. i'A.M., Friday at ;1:30 .0.1... *» far th«.purpoM of conferring Ma* ·^ I9nle*burl«l icrvjee on ourdeceksed ^ ferntheV/.Ruit ,'RlTfltnlghl., '*- '· " l · ' " " Irving M^Ctnnon, i! .. - --.- ":' -,.'._ |.- ·. ;sy; M.· OXFORp, MIss';;iJB -- Mississippi"'will- be i- » - touchdown* underdog In the .Cotton Bowl but there's one thing in which the'Rebels hold an advantage--they, overwhelm Texas Christian in bowl experience. Nineteen members _o! 'the/aquad have.played in the. last:two: Mississippi bowl : appearances. Four were in !.the ' l53-.'game," against Georgia'Tech in the-.Sugar Bowl. !AU TCU players--will be making th«ir /irst bowl try. Fifteen more performed Jan. 1 at New Orleans in the .21-0 defeat at the hands of Wavy in the Sugar Bowl. : . . . " r : Mississippi will .go to Dallai Fri!ay to finish up. training-for the L Deaths and Funerals 1 ^'·'··'"'·''Rou'- R.'-'Tosaight, *13.S 9th · Jf '-j-.y«.- Son-, of -Mri. C...B. Foa- L ^ . "nigbt, Gre'eley; Hubapd of- E. · J? . - ' . Beryl- Fwnlght; f a t h e r ot ·» ' "-' Mrff, 1 VJrgiiiljL. 1 -Losi",. .Dsnvtr,. ^ · _ -Eugen«; B^naon,- Ixmgniont, -i ·*'{ ".»n.t Wihiam Benson, DtnveY;; JT "·\.trotlier' cfrMrs, Arta Baldwin,; -/'. AVron," 'Ohio; seven "grand-' * / .-·; children:anri-.t.wo great grand-* - /.".children. 5errfc'«B 2 p.m.. F;l-' ^T v " day, Secord l^iip_erril -Home.: -i " WaaoriEc "ServiceV a t - L l n n | -i . . 'Grore.' / . -·'·' ' \ . ' . Hernandez, LaSaUc. In-. /ant ·son" of Mr. '-und Sr*.' ;jRn"gu«, Hernandez Gravpslde : '*ervicei '10 a.m.r Saturdiy, H Mfrpali; Cemetery, PUAeTlIle. ' and Son ''Ft' Uup'tbn, Ctla, S t. .. . .Juaaita , Rogers M 1 z a r of ""- Stbtktqjl, Calit. Wife ot.Fred: : - daujMer'pf Vr. and Sirs. G. 1 J. .'-. -(Bud), R o j t e r i . o t ' W l r f t l n s , . '', Co.lo.. Re'citallon or Rosarjv . .: 7rlday,".. 8. p.'ni 1 ., Hice Funeral · Chapel, 1 --.Brighton! .Requiem ' High Mass., St. Aunhistlne ' Chm-'chV- JJffghton. Saturdiy, :·· 10:'15 a'mi'lnterment Hillside. Your. Lovinj '»ympathy txarciMd In .beautiful Calkt'Floral Oeilgni Ft-OWEHS »V '- . : " ' ' .' FLORAL ' . He r / er«dl\B' - these/ showings,; .instead,' 'to '. mental .or emotional fatigue on the. part of the losers. "Fatigue: on · Ihe part of one team will make the otherj'playing its regular, game, look' inspired/' he.said..,.. . .- - -· ' - ' .Oklahoma'! : 'natlon'al champions tiive :. been,.established-as 7-pbint favorites over Maryland, the-No. 3'team .in .The Associated Press poll, in- Monday's 'return..engagement of the gridiron slants. -Tafuhvsent his-Terps through ». full-speed-scrimmage Wednesday and backed : 'off from; his original demand for 'secrecy to allow Miami newsmen to witness H. Earlier, he had admitted' only h|s "home" press from .-Maryland to* the workouts-behind the'concrete walls of Miami Stadium. Big Jim- said there is i possibility that ,Fred Tullai will be moved into 'a. starting guard position, .replacing Gene Dyson. He said Tullai had looked "a Ilitlle better on defense"-in''the workouts here. . ' - . .' In-the.Oklahoma-camp, halfback Bob r Burris "was ' reported bothered by a* trick knee, but the rest of the squad, was in 'top -.shape. Center Jerry .Tubbs has recovered JOHNSTOWN. -- Johnstown "and Lafayette meet Thursday night for the championship of the Johnstown invitational basketball tournament The two clubs .won in'ah.bs't iden tical fashion "in first-round pla Wednesday night before a' packed gym of almosl 600 fans. . Hosl Johnslo\TM went by Windsor 60-44; Lafayette downed. La'Salic, 59-42. Uoth wlnnc J ; got (he bulk of their margins from Ihe free throw line.. Windsor and La . Salle . meet at 7:30.p.m. with the championship game following. . . W i n d s o r F o u l s ' H u n t . - ;· Johnstown polled: · 18 - charily losses as the Wizards fouled consistently mosl of the game, and lost 'two o f ' t h e i r key men, Derrell McNabb and Heed Warnick, in the. final quarter o( the gamq In that final quarter, Ihe Than loms ran up.22 points lo 10 for the Plattc : Valley club. .Center Bill Hicks, hitting lip-in and j u m p shots 'from the free throw circle, headed the Johnstown scoring with 18 points. John Silz- man added 13. and;Larry Betz. 11. Warnick with 13 and Jack AVinter with' 11'topped .the Windsor scoring, '"he Phantoms used jump shots;;.the Wizard, long sets. - Hicks, Silzman and Willie Koir ero gave .the Johnslown club the better of it on the boards, despite some good rebounding by Windsor's Warnick and Winter.--. Bobcats' Grab Boards Bigger Lafayellc,. with Denhj Rush patrolling Ihe boards in gooi fashion,''had (he boiler of it in rebounding and had about the same edge in free throws as dit Johnstown against Windsor. · The Bobcats dropped, in 17 they built up a solid lead, then held their own in the final stanza , ' Rush tripped in nine field goal: and added two free throws for 2i points. Bob DeNovellis added i: more points to the winners' total. For La Salle, both Gary Cade ant I.upc Perez.hit for.13 points, wit! Perez also doing the bulk of th Sparlan boardwork; Johnstown (M)jWindior (42) F g ^ F t l f a f . American' : candidate 1 ' Chet Forte ricfeated-Santa Clara 1 to'13 tn-a overtime game earlier in the after noon.' '· ' ! . ' . · ' . · . : . '·Fbrte'j a; junior guard: standin only 1 5 feet,. 9 inches, - scored 30 polnts v in the game. He led the Ivy League in'scoring-last. year. · -.Tiilahe, which won Tuesday from New York University, meets Miami..' which beat..Yale, Thursday afternoon. - - . · . T York 113. Rochester 91. Peterson Hicks Sitzman Booth ; Klsbcrry Betz Romero Mast- Milne'r 2 Winter 4 Betz S'.Warnick 4| Martin OjJlargheinv . 3j,McNabb 0|Keener .0[Andres , · 'Protection'ii' *hat coach Jim Tatum wanlt for his lineman In' practice setiioni and prot«clion ii whit ht geti at Mlani, Fla./.with ; neck and ankle padi.-Tackli Stari'Polianikr, right, it buckled up by suard Bob Griffith, who In turn !tvdr«»«l by a Maryland assistant manager, Barry Goldbtro. Ma'ryland'will play In Orange bowl J*ni *) / A D .\jUt» K l.Al«l ' ', - . . . . ' I S. (AP Wlr.photo). [. .Sports in Brief By THE ASSOCIATE!! PRESS , G E N E R A L ' CHICAGO -- Minnie Mlmsoj- uiualb 1 * * oklotit, sleied his 1356 contTJicl v,iih \ht Chtca*o White" Sdx" for" Vri cititiiattd "*35,- ooo. - . - ' · ·- · · · · . - . . . · 1 FOHT WORTH. 1 Tex, -- Bsbc Zah»riis; Iamo'js - woman KQlfpr, Hew b a c k t l d Cal- vetlon's / J o h n - SciJy, hospital .With fa neiv RACING '" " ' * M I A M I . Hal - · Due iJc'Tcr ( :arf-d 4 half-length, \ictgrj- over rm in Iht Tropic il Park fcaitui0. AflCAIHA, Calif. -- Tipper. ja.33) , . the I18.4W La-C«nl:ncU . al Saul a ] Russell Leads San Francisco Over Crusaders Basketball Schedule · r ;'.. FRIDAY -. LafayetEe at Frederick. : . Sidney at Brush, Mead at College; High. Greeley. at Cheyenne. · ' .-Fort Collins at Laramie. ' Loveland at Pueblo. ' ' SATURDAY. 1 C-State vs. Alumni.' ' ; · .. ' ' 21 -18|' . Johnstown _ 14 15 Windsor 11 '· 8 22--«! 10--42 Western Stale Hoopsters Bow in: Sunshine tourney »y to finish up. training -for the from injuries «nd was running well Cotton;8owl struggle Monday. - -: in. ftill uniform. ' ' '' . · ; Teams in Tourney Action; 5YU Breezes; Aggies Lose Again V THI ASSOCIATID PRIM Losen in their 1 last 'game:, four ikyline Conference . baskelball earns go into. action in Eastern tournaments Thursday night. T w o - l e a g u e ' teams played Wednesday night. Brigham Young !8-2) trounced' host Detroit, 99-77, to take 1 the Motor :City classic. Colorado AiM.{4-5) went I4V4 minutes without a basket and bowed to Oregon a second 'straight night, 15-57. . Here's the tourney .lineup Thursday night: Utah (5-2) -vs. 'Ma'r'quette in.'the Sugar Bowl Tourney, at New Or- leans;'Dfnver(5-3) vs. V.MI in the Fayctteville, W; -Va., Invitation; Utah State (5-2).vs.-Kentiicky Wes leyan in the Owensboio, Ky., All- American, and-Wyoming (1-7) vi. Duke.in the Dixie Classic at Raleigh, .N.'C. . , ; , - . . . The tournament! are -the first of the season, for-all except* Utah'. The Redskins'.were beaten in Ihe Kentucky. : .Invitation twice lisl we'ek, 77-73-by Dayton" and W77 by^.Minnesota., B r i g h ' a m . Young't. Mating splurge l e t , a tourney record."al Detroit) where the'previous high for a ;game war the host, team's 91 pointy against,Penh State Tuesday night. . ' : ' · ' - . ' The Coufiri 'built »'Sl-JS half- tim» «J(t arid needed H «irly a the Mcoiid half, when th«ir' tallest start.eri." --.' Id : ~* Hers'chel Pederson. and Benson -- fmiltd out within five minutes. - . . i ' . · Little Terry -Tehbs,. .BYU's 5- foot-8 guard, took charge after De- roit · sliced . its deficit to".75-64.' Tebbs scored 31 points-to run his two-game tourney total lo 67. He was .voted .the tournament's most valuable player. ,' - . . At Eugen^ Ore'., Colorado AM went 14W minutes. before Gary Hibbard scored the Aggies' first field 'goal. They; sank only four baskets during the half and trailed by six points at the intermission, 29-23. · \ 'Then Oregon, which alternated iU first and second teams as units, called on its regulars'to roll up a commanding lead. The. Ducks connected on 41.4-per cent o( their ih'ols from the fifld, the Aggies on only " 28.5 per; cent. " ' , Hibbafd canned 10 straight free throws- in-.lhe first half and led the-scoring wi'.h 24 points. Jerry Ross, Oregon guard, had 23. : ' The Webfools beat Colorado AiM^ 85-56", Tuesday'night. c»!e.-A»M r, r ' r O r « i « B n r-r 'W.'Aadrta (. · 6 - l , O B e l l f · ' 2 ' 3-3 3 Stuthm'f 4 - M 'JMcore-r · I 0-1" I Chjiitrra f 0 - M iw.n-.erf « »-l. 1 Gnl«ry I .'a 0-3 0 Duffy f-e Q , 0 - 1 . 1 Yrookihlrc I f l . J-l «Peven.f 1 0 - 1 0 Hibbird c · -11-11 1 M. Aadn c 3 ' H S Bl7»t C 1 S-3 ' STccllltrit e B N3 1 Albert c · 1' 3^S 4 MeHuih f I 2.1 1 He'lMl t ·'' 3 M JftCM t ^ »·!! 4 - ' - .. LuMfll f .8 6-e 1 1nym f . I : 04 t ' ' '.-..'.'' '' -· -KiHilCB r 0 M 1 : Tetiii-- r'J ii.nir .TMU . a ii-ita (M.M'0-AMf-. '_i-i-J^_l.-sa H-fl PORTALES, N. M. i* -- Semifinals ' in the eighth annual Sunshine Basketball Tourney matched Southwestern Oklahoma vs..Southeast Missouri and' West ; Texas State vs. host Eastern New Mexico Thursday, Only Eastern New Mexico had trouble in Wednesday's first round. The Greyhounds had to. erase- an eight point deficit in the last minute to eilge defending champion Fort Hays (Kan.) Stale, 83-80. West Texas State slopped ', Arkansas Stale Teachers, 98-66; Southwestern Oklahoma dropped Southern Illinois, G5 : 55,' and -.Southeast -Missouri stormed past Western Slate (Colo.) 89-55. Consolation games Thursday paired Southern Illinois vs. Western State ..and Arkansas State vs. Fort Hays. Southeast Missouri, one of Ihe tourney favorites, led all the way in an easy conquest of the Colorado team. The Missonrians'-lead was seriously threatened midway in the first half, but they recovered for a comfortable 43-32 halftime lead. Don flcterbing and Richard Eichorst each had 18 points in the winning' cause. Babe Zaharias Has Pneumonia FORT WORTH, Tex. «1 -- Babe Zaharias, famous woman golfer who had been spending .- a Christmas holiday here, was flown back to Galveston's John Scaly hospital Wednesday afternoon with a new ailment, penumonia. She said she .must have been stricken Monday while posing out of doors for television.camcraamen. Mrs, Zharias came..here last Saturday for a.short vacation from the Galveslon hospital, where she has been undergoing X-ray treatments for. pain's in her right hip and leg the past month. She has undergone surgery twice for can- Free, throws missed: Hicks 3, Silzmau 4, Both 3, Elsberry, Betz 3; Winter 4) Warnick 2, .Margheim 2,-McNabb 5, Andres, . '. - ' LafayeH.'.- (5»)|Ll'Sail. (44) · Fg Ft] Fg P. Waneka 2. 7jChris(ian . 3 M.. Waneka 2 - - · · Manz'an's Rush , -. Clair on Power, Punting NEW ORLEANS' -- Power 2 9 2 DeNovellis 4 l|Cade' l|King ' · ' · 2|Pcrez 2'iV.innes[ 41 Lights ey -- ' -- j Bauer ' 0 . 0 6 1 2 0 18' 1010--44 Lafayette 16 ID 14 L« Salle. _10' 15 . 9 Free throws missed; M,.Waneka 6, Manzanares 3, DeNovellis 2, Rush; Christian 3, Cade 7, King 2, Vannest, Perez. Rose.Bowl Game. Not Expected To . . Feature Passing PASADENA, Calif, (fl -- Michigan State and UCLA are capable of setting off aerial fireworks but Rose Bowl football fans can.look for most of the explosions, to come CU's Karnoscak Named Captain of Norfh Team MONTGOMERY, Ala. 'LB -1- Pon Karnoscak, -200-pound center from the University of .Colorado, is co- caplnin'ot Ihe North tcnm for Saturday's Blue-Gray football game. Karnoscak will captain the defensive unit. The offensive co-captain will be Lou Baldacci, Michigan halfback. Thay were elected Wednesday^ : ,' MILWAUKEE LSI -- Vince Mar tinez, hoping lo build his No.' 3 .ranking into a welterweight title on the ground when the teams i shot, goes' against strong Peter Semi-pro Spokane Team Defeats Tigers 10 lo 2 COLORADO SPRINGS (a -The scmi-professio.ial Spokane Flyers sc.orcj nine consecutive goals and heat Colorado College's defending Western Intercollegiate Hockey League-champs, 10-2, Wednesday night. ' · The goals were the most scored against Uie Tigers in two years. H was their- fourth loss . in 11 games. ' Gino Hoziini punched in two scores, and h a d - a pair of assists t6 lead the visitors, who play Thursday, and Friday nights at Denver before returning here SaU urday night. ' The Tigers. spotted Spokane a brief lead in the first period, but squared it on Don Hersack's goal. They moved-ahead at 2-1 early in the second period on Jerry Art's shot.-Then lhe Flyers shattered CC T s defensive line', and counted .six-goals in Ihe-final period. Pelt' Monteii, · much-decorsied double linp'uWe, promotes'amnteur clash Monday. So it appeared Wednesday as the Big Ten and Pacific Coast Conference representatives went through routine drills under bright skies and the first of a - h u g e and noisy contingent of Michigan State students rolled in on six special trains. '." . Observers at the MSU.workout agreed that All-American quarterback Earl Morrall, whose optional run or pass^ performances gave the Michigan State foes a season full of headaches,'-is the key man to watch on bis team. But Morrnll has a deadly, collection of aides in the backfield, including Walt Kowalczyk, who banged mil 591. yards and averaged better than seven yards t carry, .and Clarence, Peaks, who many think is the team's best all- around back. .Gerry Planulis'is a fine.blocker and'.regular, fullback for two seams. Michigan Slate uses a variety of offenses arid Duffy Daughterly, the. coach, substitutes,.freely." So such alternate - backs as .Garry Lowe, Jim Wulff, Don Zysk. or Dennis Mendyk should get to display their talents. LOS ANGELES. :IB :-^ Former heavyweight Champ E z i a r d Charles, at 34 a veteran of years in the ring, will figh't"here for the. first time Thursdfty. night. Ke ind .'professional .boxinf 'in Dan- will meet young'. Jack 1 Johnson, bury, Conn. 1 state heavyweight - titlisU Jueller of G e r m a n y in a 10-round er Thursday night. and punting: are the key weapons in Pittsburgh's plans to Upset Georgia Tech .in the Sugar Bowl "ootball..game "Monday.. : ,' ·, · '*'\Vq've banked t w\ them all season and they havenl let lis.dowh," /*itt Coach John. Michelpson satd rimrsday. · ^ .- -. · "We've gotten . most of: our yardage on power plays through the ine; Our line isn't 'as fast and aH as -Tech's, but-; we're bigger and we're hoping we 'can;get the loles we need for our backs." Punting could, be a top. weapon :oth on offense- and defense.' "Tech's.' got tremendous speed and uses it best on punt returns,'*' Michelosen- said. -"We, think- our punter -can get enough height on the ball to give our,. ends time to get dotvn before 1 their safety' man can -get his speed, up." .. - ·The punter is reserve guard Bill Schmilt. In practice Wednesday ho sent several spiraling" more, t h a n 70 yards and usually got - more than 6 0 o n . t h e fly. ' . . . - ' WEDNESDAY'S HOCKEY - - - - . . B y THi: ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE - Toronto.2, Montreal p. - AS1EHICAN l.EAGUK Gcvcljnd 4,- PLtljturih 1. E A S T E R N LEAGUE · ' . Baltimore 4 , Clinton 1 . · . . . New- Haven 4.- PMIadelpkia a. Washington 7. Uohnstown J. WESTERN LEAGUE . . Wir.nlpec 4. Edmonton 2. . Seattle 7. Neiy 'Westminster J.- :COLLEGE . · Spokane Flyer* 10, Colorado Colleee J. WEDNESDAY'S FIGHT · Br rllE'ASSOCIATED FRESS . M I A M I BEACH. n«. -- Willie rep, 128V't Hartford, . Coan., outpointed And; Arel. 1J1«. Maiiena, N. Y., 10. . NEW YORK IB -- The mighty San Francisco Dons won their 35th game in ,'af-rovv tovcr a : twb-ycar ' span by storming from behind to outclass Ho'ly 'Cross,'.07-51, and UCLA swept past defending champion Duquesne,' 72-57, Wednesday n i g h t - i n the scmi-finals : of Holiday Basketball . Festival " i n Madison.. Stiuare Garden. · ·· . ' Wiih a capacity .crowd of 18,496 on hand, bounding Bill Russell poured' in 24- points lo lead the Dons, to their uphill 'victory--their eighth of the · curerit season. '· So" it will be nn ' all-California final Friday night in this tournament, sponsored, ironically, by the Eastern : Collcg|a'te ' Athletic ' Conference. : . V ..- ' i Significant, too,Ms''the'fact that UCLA is tlie'last t b a m ^ p beat San Francisco, way back in : the beginning of last season; ; -' ^.Eusse'll,'. Jhe.. Dons'. all-America center,' also grakbed 22'..rcbounds and ' b a t t e d , away five .seemingly certain baskets', by. Holy. Cross. In addition, .''the 6-10 "goal 'lender" won' its 'heralded: personal .duel with 1 his. .rival center, 1 limiting 6-7 Tom Heinsohn 'to 12 'points/ Hein- solin averaged 30 points a game in eight'pre'viqiis" starts. '. , ' ' La.Salle of Philadelphia,blew an early IB-point' lead and .'had to com'e'from.behind to nip Syracuse, 75-72, -in^ a consolation game.. La Salle Beats Syracuse I5-I2 IfE\y-.YORK. . W - -- - L » Salle of Philadelphia .blew an early 19- point.lead and had to come from behind-fo. nip Syracuse, 75-72,'-in a consolation game of the ECAC holiday festival' basketball . t o u r n a - ment in Madison Square Garden. .St. John's of Brooklyn, hitting on 19 of 33 shots in the first half, whipped Fordham, 97-85, in the all-local windup of the . aiternoon consolation double h e a d e r . .St. John's .will, meet La Salle and Fordham will play Syracuse in the final consolation games Friday, Colorado Mines Five. Downs Wesfminster : ; : All-Star Bowling Winners SALT LAKE. CITY Wl _ Out- scorer! from the field, Colorado Mines -sank. 34 of 42 free throw attempts Wednesday night to defeat Westminster's Parsons, 82-67. ·The losers had » 52-48 'scoring advantage from the floor," but · made on^y hall of their 28.charity tosses.) ': The .Miners' Ed Crooks ind George Brklacich of \Vestminsfer shared scoring honors, with -2.5 points e'achl Crooks 'got 13 on free throws..- · . · · · · ; ' · , · ' ' Bill Lillard, of Chicago, and Anli* CantilirM, of Detroit, Mich.;' hold lira* troptikl arl*r Hwy won.fh* Nilloflil, AII-Sr'r t owl ing -Tvurnamtitt in Chieiio, Lillard^«W^«at*¥ JH Wilman in/cl*** fintsh . ·f m*nV tauni*y -- by . liftit P" T- and,*, AnH* iitiid D*rj f«rt«r, U«i Ant«li Calrf., 1«.4« rt*rfM '(M«rt' ta 144.11. '(A : ' : ' * ' " .,, , Justice Fetier Di» 'DENVER -in- '·- Frank 'L. Fet- z«r, 69-yc'a r-old .' former .' Colorado Supreme Court justice, died of a heart attack while riding home-in a taxi cab 'Wednesday';'."' St ' A practicing attorney," he *wa« appointed to the high coiirt Nov. 23,' 1942 to. fil the unexpired term of Juslice Francis E. Boiick. H« ser.ved-unjil 'Jan.. J2..1943. New Year's Eve DANCE Fireman's Hall ·"· ' , E V A N S " . ' · L Darjcing, 9 lo 1 , . Admission 50c 'per "'' ' ' , ! Sponsored hy Lipng' and Firemen. 1

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