Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1955 · Page 9
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Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 29, 1955
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Tjyr»d»y, Dec. 29, 1955 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«g« 91 ScoreiiCfor · r By THE ASSOCIATED.PRESS' : t-When a sophonlore c a n - s i n k ' 4 3 .points · in fast 'college competition; What's he going to' do as a senior? ·'·Southwest" Conference · coaches "must have nightmares when thoy^ .think of 'Rice;s . e'.foot-lp' Temple . Tucker, a sophomore center'Svhb, "it | appears, Is jiist beginning to find his way 'around 'a basketball Court. · · - · : ' . ' ' - ..- ·,; 1 - ; H e - s c o r e d : 4 3 points Wednesday night while his mates were running tip;'a 'll'O-Sl' victory' over ' Texas AM in -the · first round of the Southwest Conference. - ~ ~ - * · · That was thc-highe'st score-.dur- Ing a night' in -which .'basketballs flew all over the United States iii about 25 tourneys..' ' ' Rice, which now 'shows a 9-0 record, ' became the favorite. In other games, California polished off Baylor, 72-59; Texas · turned back Texas Christian, 66-60, and Southern Methodist whipped Arkansas, 67-62. 1 One major tournament was concluded -- the Motor City in Detroit. Brigham Young, deprived of ils three 'tallest, players .at. the start of the second half through fouls, defeated Detroit, 99-77, the final. - · · . · . Oklahoma City University- upset dklahoma AM. 48-47, to, enter Thursday night's - finals against Tulsa, w h i c h ' d u m p e d top-seeded Seattle, fi8-8«. They're playing the All-college meet at Oklahoma City. ' .Many fans thought the Aggies were heading back to nationa proijiinence after 'beating Texas Tech two nigbls ago. In New York, the San Francisco Doris ran their two-year winning streak lo 35 games by oulclassinj Holy Cross, 67-51, i n - a semifina" of the Holiday Festival at Mad ison Square Garde'n. UCLA, the last beat the Dons, halted defending champion Duquesne, 72 57. The winners will meet Friday Bill Russell, the Dons', big cen ter, scored 24 points. San-. Fran eisco came from behind as the Crusaders tired badly at Ihe end In the Richmond Invitation Thursday night's semifinal he tween Cincinnati and Seton Hal shapes up as 'a corker. Cincinnat crushed Virginia, 93-69, and unde feated Seton Hall upended- Vir ginia, · 64-60. The other semifinal will pit Wil liam i Mary, which routed Rbod Island, 100-96, against Richmond 86-84'victor over'Army'. '.".'Semifinals of the Big Seve Tournament in Kansas City als are slaled Thursday night, sendin Colorado against Iowa State an Kansas against Missouri. The Ja hawks bested Cornell, 75-58, the . Tigers conquered Nebraska 71-66, Wednesday night. : Finals of the Kentucky Invita tip'n .in Louisville Thursday nigh pit top-seeded Western Kcntuck against Murray State. The Hil toppers humbled Louisville, 8677 while Murray 'tripped .Eastei Kentucky, 98-87. ' ' In the Gator Bowl Tournamen at Jacksonville, Fla., Clcmson an South : Carolina. meet.for the tit" Thursday . night. Clemson edge Louisiana State, 100-35, and South Carolina burhd Georgia, 85-68, Wednesday night. CG : loses : io Filf : - DENVER ·UJ.VjColD'rtdo 'College' niadfa contest' bf il for Ihe first. half.'but f a d e d - a n d - d r o p p e d a' 78-.04 -ba^ketb^ll -'game' Wcdncs- day.'night'to Fitzsimims Army Hos- iiai. ; ^" · ' · . . . " ·;....- . ; ' Thq"''Tigers i held Triarrow leads riefly i n ' t h e - f i r s t ' ' h a l f but were OK in. contention in .· Ihe second alf... 1 ,'.-../. .' ·'. ..''· '.',.. Bud Ritchie of Fitzsinioris'topped ic scoring .with 20. Johni Sanich ed.CC.with 13. , , . . . ' · · Coe College ioth Rose Bowl Caches Appear lo! Be Satisfied PASADENA, Calif. (JB -- There astiSl been a pessimistic note from he .Michigan Stale or UCLA amps this week as the Rose Bowl ivals approach peak fitness for heir New.Year's football game. Coaches Duffy Daugherty of the Spartans and Red Sanders of the Bruins are well satisfied'with prog- ess of their squads. Daughterly saiil Thursday there's i iiltle sharpening , to be done, ihysically, "but we know we won't lave trouble getting the worked ip emotionally by Jan. 2." ' Sanders was informed by Dr. Vallcr Scott (hat star passer lion- nie Knox, who suffered 3.broken ankle bone Nov. 12, was available or service. X-rays Wednesday showed the break has I'calcd prop- ut Sanders isn't planning to start Knox. He said: "If he doesn't NM Grid Job CEDAR RAPIDS, low* ball Coach .Dick Clousen ,ot. Cot College is at. Albuquerque,'-N.· M. lo sign in jH,000-a-year contract as head grid, coach 'at .the University of New Mexico, the Cedar Rapids Gazelle said 'Thursday.' ' Clausen is expected to begin his new duties Feb. 1.- The' contract is "for four years and one of his reasons . for. - accepting - the New ·Mexico offer · is. thai ' he suffers from asthma and .wishes to live in a-drx.climalcj the Gazette'said. Clausen .is a «-ycar r oW-graduale of the.- State University of Iowa and recently was named ''coach of the year" among America's small-college coaches by the Kocknp Club of Kansas Cily, Mo. At Albuquerque .it had been ported that Clausen and Ed Cody, Chicago high school coach, were Ihc two "finalists" .for the post. move arounrl well he ilaying r ooted." ^yon't be Three Non-conference · Games on Montana Lisl MISSOULA, Mont, (ft -- Three non-conference foes arc included on a 10-game 3956 football slate announced Thursday by Montana University.^ The Skyline Conference Grizzlies will meet Arizona, Montana State and Idaho in addition to seven league opixmcnts. The schedule: Sept. 15 -Arizona (I'hoeniiO; Sept. 29 -- at Utah; Oct. 5 (night) -- at Denver; Oct. 13 -- Utah Stale; Oct. 20 -- Brigham Young; Oct. 27 -a I Colorado AM; Nov. 3 -- Mon tana Stale; Nov. 10 -- Wyoming at Billings; Nov; 17 -- at NeVi Mexico; Nov. 22 -- Idaho. - East Aims To Win Shrine Game wiih Ground Plays SAN FRANCISCO M - Woody Hayes bf Ohio Stale apparently is going lo shoot for victory in the East-West. Shrine football game Saturday the same way he won his second straight Big Ten title -- on the ground. His two quarterbacks -- Jerry Rcichow of Iowa and Em Lindbeck of llliniis, both among the nation's top 20 passers -- didn't throw once in a 40-minute d u m m y scrimmage Wednesday. At .Stanford, the West squad worked behind closed gates under Coach- Jess Hill of Southern. California. The word was that all the West did was pass, with Southern Methodises John Roach doing most of the throwing. Brooklyn Thinks It ·(as Enough Pitching Lett Without Poilres BROOKLYN WV-Johnny Podres irobably will'be in Ihe Army but Brooklyn still has enough pitching ;p rate as favorite for another national league pennant. The Dodgers certainly will miss Lhe'23-ycar-old lefthander who beat the New York Yankees twice" last (all, including 'a brilliant 'shutout in the decisive seventh gpmc of the" World Series. Still, 'his. 9-10 record v fn - the- regular, season shouldn't be too hard to 'make up'. Padres learned Tuesday he had been reclassified i-A by his draft board at Tieonderoga^N. Y.,- and is subject to immediate call. Although the head of llie-board said he doubted Podres would be called before spring, it was unlikely He would-be around for much of the 195fi season. ^--!.-,~"-^"--~;'-'"-'-'· · " · *TII RO in and put in my time and come out and play ball again," Podres said a l - h i s home in V/itherbee, N. Y. "I don't feel any different than I did before I got the draft' notice."" Dodgers officials reflected Hie same "take-it-in-stride attitude. Walter O'Malley, club president, observed: "We like to think of the Dodgers coming out first in the National League race but in this case, as the case of 'all our 500 ball players throughout the system, we know Uncle Sam's interests come first." Brooklyn lists 17 pitchers on its roster, including -Don Elslon, who came from Chicago in the "Randy Jackson deal. Don Newcombe, Carl Erskine and Billy I.oes form (lie nucleus of the staff. It will be" up to Manager Walter Alston to "replace Podres from the others. - Perhaps Karl Spooner, the young man with the good "switt",' will be the man.-Roger Craig and Don Bessent, rookies who made a splash after moving up from the minors in mid-season, are other possibilities. Podres, unmarried, had been listed as unfit for military service since 1952 because, of a bad back. Texas.Christian Ceniers on Stopping Eagle Day OXFORD, Miss, if,' -- Texas Christian's defense admittedly wil be "aimed at stopping Eagle Day the Mississippi quarterback, in t h i Cotton Bowl because he does si many things. But here's a hin to TCU: This fellow can - adjus himself lo a situation at moment' notice. · ·--. · Day for two seasons was know: as the" Babe Ruth of Mississipp football-because he went for tli long one --- the pass that-covere a lot of yards.and made the toucl downs easy.--' He had scorin strikes'-of 50 to, 69 Jar'ds, -. His fame as the home run passer, caused the opposition ' to build defenses especially designed for if. So-Day suddenly swiiched to" the short passes and went right on throwing touchdown strikes. ·The Eagle, a quarter Cherokee ·!.i* Hv-V e^;. high .goes;,Yo'.'they'cnne' FridSyVnlght" In ils' fln'al^'non-loop t'anie beforcblh'e-is'prlhern-conler- 'QCLe^'bssketbali season ge.ts-Xindei ya^jiri. 6. : i''ii ; »?.'*V--yi''v : , ,·: ·; T^'6.' olhciv.league ".learns,-- Fort Cdllini ·;· a n d ·'.·: Lovcla lid;'/ will-; al so bc- : in'-'acUo'ri': in'j fihal^non-contcri once-tilts'.--The "other'team's : in the loop Kaye-.'"alrc.ady .finished: their ' ' ' The Wildcats won over Cheyenne, 41_-34;ohiD'e.c. 9. here .at Grceley, b'ut f had t^'play fa 'slowed-down · gajiic lo;do;s6/.-TJ\e Cals-'are"exp e c t e d ' to;-get. another,'stern test against 6-5 .Frank Babor, Terry Happ'el "arid .-company. ,' ·". ". ·Coach .Jim- Haggot,, 1 alter giving his "Wildcats a'rest.over the Christinas weekend, has "resumed .drills, aiming at polishing up some phases of the club's game. '- . : ; . He is expected _ t o : substitute freely against Cheyenne in his final good chance to experiment with his bench before (he club begins do.*- fcnse'-of ils"'.confcrence lilje.'-.',' Grccley's . Larry:'-' 1 Hoffner, ' hitting at an 18.2 point-per-'gamc average, "tops .the. individual scoring now. Bob Preisenclo'rf.o! Forl'JIor- gan js · averaging b'ctter .lliah 17 points per game. Following are Jerry Salmons of Loveland ami Jack Summers al Eiiglc-wood, both around 16; Jim H r u s k a . of .Slcr- of of ~n-Loop Game t'·'·;.'·.--'.;. ^s .;:V--V' · - Roger Folda'-'of Sterling and Rog'er.' Osborne'of Fort"Morgan)-bve'r 8.;^ -.; Cheyenne h olds'fv'iAs \ p veil' Tor- ringtbn,. Fort Collins-'and *Ada°m! City 'twice for ...a .i-l'jnark,- .the Greeley garnc'.being the only loss on the India'n-books so far'this set-. son.' Along with : Baber - and i'thei.6 0 hotshot Ha'ppel, the Indians'use 6-0 nick'JacobspnJ^-B,BUI!Wright, 5-11 Herman Slumpf arid B-8 Ivan Week- regulars..- ' ; · - - . ; ·.;·'·'."-;·:- --Gfeele'y^will .have; 1 in addition" to the 6-3 Hoffner'.»nd:'8;2 Pfali;- 6-2 Gordon Adler, 5-9 Frank Carbajal, 5-8- Larry Anderson "'and ":5-il" Ken"'; its reguia'rs.',.However^ 5-11: Larry\ Erickson, 'S-ll Doug Fredoriksen, 6-0 Larry Majors,-5-10 Gene Swans on'and 6-0 Ted'Wright may ;'also be" inserted ' if Baggot find morVroerye .tlri is"he Is* expected,*v^; ; ' Sterliitg .-'·-·''· Fort Morgan ·- Greeley ' ·'-'· Ehg!ewcpd.-__ Loveland - ui. -·'·?· i. 5 0 319 L: 3i-2--298'- Lohgmont:-j .·"2 4 230 l-'i\5 '-'263'" · O . S lib 234 258 251 325': : 262 . 252 327. Fortl Collins*: '··:··:.- RESULTS LAST WESK.'. - Eng'Iewood!57,--Wheat 'Ridge 36. .: North'Sl, BpuMer 39.V.:-y..- : . ^Cheyenne 45, Fort .Colliiis"«. · Fort-Morgan"49; : Brush 42;:-j' . Ix)Velnd 61, Weslniirisfer 3%. · . -. ·'.FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE:^.'- . -Cheyenne.. ''."**.'.'*-. ' " Fort Collins at Laramie.'.H:; '·Loveland at Pueblo. '··-'··'·-.' ling, · Charles Loveland ·* and Fort Morgan,- Sinolhcrman Gail · Worden around .. 16; -. Bob Sooner Hoop Team Almost Friendless ^-Faiis at Bpwlf . . Pratt of Grccley, almost 14; Norm Schullz "of Lbngmbnt and .Clarence Schwab of' Fort Collins, about 13; Jim Smith of Knglcwood, Le'on -Riddle of Englcwood a n d . - B o b 1 Crockclt of-Fort Collins, .about. 12;' Bob Harrach of Sterling, .11;'Bill Spencer of Fort, Morgan, Ralph Poiicher of Longmoril, Gene Cns- sidy of Boulder and yern Pal- inckx of Longmonl, -. around'. 10; KANSAS CITY an -- Oklahoma's basketball - t e a m , participating in the Big Sevcrt Conference Tournament, 1 is virtually friendless. Few Oklahomans are. .attending - the 'humiliating "-defeats-by the powerful Oklahoma football teamV students from other Big ^ Seven schools cHeered Uie Sociiers 1 - opponeni,--' Colo'riicli)!' in James: Remembering Tuesday night's first round game. Oklahoma 'lost, 88^9. . ';.. ' Commented John '.- Graysoni" assistant' basketball coach: 1 '- 'fc -- "There's 'r.b one here-frcm vkla-- homa.but trie coach,, rpe, Uiolieam and . two frcshmcri. " Evc'ryanc.\clse has. gone south .for the 'Oklahoma- Million Offered . for New York Giants Pro Football .Team Indian,., in three .seasons has thrown 14 louchdown passes. His favorite receiver Ihis year has been Billy Kinard, who has caught 23 losses. [Sporls Shorts He was called up by his draft board shortly after the series and given new physical tests. The outcome wasn't announced until Tuesday. MTAMI, Fla. * -- Nashua, horse of the year and most expensive in turf history, heads' a list of 65 thoroughbreds nominated for the $50,000 McLennan Handicap, it was announced Tuesday. EVANSTON, 111. (fl ^-New North- we'slern football coach Ara Parseghian Tuesday picked two of his former assistants at Miami of Ohio in his first slcp towards creating his Widcat staff. Hiehard Urich, 27, will serve as end coach and Bruce Beally, also 27, will be tackle coach. Parseghlan was given a three-year Northwestern contract Dec. 17. PHILADELPHIA W -- Commissioner Bert Bell of. the National Football League said -Wednesday the owners of the New York Giants have rejected a million-dollar offer for their franchise. 'Bell said , n e made the'bid for a group he de clinccl to identify. Tim Mara bought.the Giants in 3925 for 500. ' Winning Ways by Pap' Wi -- An offer of one million dollars for the New York Giants of the National Football l*eaguc has been turned down by_ the club's "owners. ' - · ".-'· Commissioner Bert Bell of the NFL said Wednesday that he personally had made the offer for a group bf men he declined to Identify. Bell said the group intended to keep-the Giants in New York. . According to the commissioner; Ihe Maras, pnpa Tim and his sons, Wellington and Jack, o\vners"'of the New York franchise, - ' t u r n e d it down with the statement that 'football is our business and we intend to remain in it." 'itl Senior .Back . , ·iopes Knee Holds Up NEW 'ORLEANS Ifl --Bob Grier Pittsburgh's ISS-pound-seniar' full back,-' said-..Wecmesday^-h'e :COuU lake the extra pressure he face in the Sugar Bowl if fits knee hold Pele El licit ot Oklahoma May Be: Nebraska Coach NORMAN, .Okla:. (r, -- Pele El- liotl, University of Oklahoma backfield coach, will become head football -coach at Nebraska and George Dickson, formerly of Notre Dame, will succeed him here, a reliable source said Thursday. Elliott has talked with Nebraska officials. After . the meeting both sides said there was nothing definite and no news would be forthcoming u n t i l after Oklahoma's Orange Bowl game with Maryland The source, asking that its ideri- liflcalion not be revealed, said El liott definitely was committed fo Nebraska. However, Elliott ant Oklahoma Head Coach Bud Wilk inson decided it might upset the Sooner team lo make the nouncemcnt prior to ' the Jan. 2 game. · . . . up. While the "whole- P i t t " squa'd Maryland { gatnc^', L ;, Orange . Bowl ' " football .- - £ JTax AdvantagesiCouldHelp Return/Nashua Price; by,'-. Ex-Athlelic 'Commission Member- Scores Refund oi Fine io-Braillon ..· PHHJADELl'HiA · ifl = --..-Frank Viener, former chairman' of' the Pennsylvania' Slate' Athletic "Commission,-Tuesday crlHciicd-the round ot a $3,000-fine to ex-wcltcr- wcighl champion Johnny Bration.w ·,Wiener was the chairman of Ihe commission- which . fined .Bratlon and suspended - the ",fighter -, inUet- inilcly - for- .wilfully failing to .put forth 'hit-best efforts 'm.^ bpu witlTJpVi 1D54. Tw. . . . . . court appeals, the new cpnimissio ' np'pointed by .the gdyc'rnor' afle · ..By claiming his Je'preclation as a racehorse : as ^wcll as , a. stallion, the : syndicate'-- that last,... week bought- thoroughbred Nashua" for a record p'rice of $1,251,200 will be able lo get a fast tax write-off on a. big part of the purchase priced Thus,; according lo repqrt^ published' i'n'tlie current issue, of Business" Week' magazine, "Nashua could conceivably pay for himself within fiye.yeers, '-.'".,.,-"" ! ..,'.'.; "^ - LosJie^Co'mbs^ 11^ nianager^of the syndicate/ feels lhat Nashua could vin as much as $400,000 next year nd more if .he.- is.; raced .in' the intcr of- 1957, Business- -Week iays.- /--- , ."., - \ '· · . · · · ' But .the mosl : compelling reason ! shares the'stress of nieclinE'-Geor- 8ia Tech, Grier has fivo others he 'must absorb alone. He' will be : the first Negro lo Sake part in a Sugar Bowl .gam.e and he knows he may have' little relief in his unexpected role 'as stEirlcr; . · .- . .. : . "Everylwdy do\vn here has been nice, and I don't believe-any of are too nervous about the way we'll play," he said. Grier inherited the starting role Tuesday. .Regular fullback -Tom Jenkins putted a cartilage in his knee while pushing a blocking sled shortly after. Pitt's-arrival..' · Jenkins is on crutches .and Dr. W. K. Smith, team physician, said only, lime will tell whether he will be able to .play. CHICAGO (fl - Jim Hivera, 33, outfielder for the Chicago White Sox, Tuesday signed his 1956 contract. . · ' · ' . . . . ' · ' Last season Rivera led the American League in. stolen .bases, .with 25, and assi:t£ by an outfielder, 22. He hit .264 in 147 games. V : " B E R L I N on -- The heavyweight boxing bout between Rex Layne of Utah, and Germany's Gerhard Hccht has been postponed from Jan. 15 to Jan. 22, promoter Joachim Goctterl said Tuesday. Goettert said the 10-round .fight, to take place in .Dortmund, was postponed at thq-request.of Hcchl. -- . lie" look office last 'January--linndot down a decision refunding the $3,00( to Brallbn. . . . " . ' . Wiener wrote a letter to- Gov Leader criticizing t h e . p r o s e n board's h a n r l l i n g ' of ' t h e Brattpn . for racing/Nashua al ! ,all,; the-'artl cle : states, is i tbe''tax'-ad"va'nta'ge ' the' a racehorse, Nashusi - ' ' none of the members o f . the old comrnissibn was called testify. Wiener'wrote I n ' p a r t : : · i'Thcfe was a Breat : clcal of gambling on this p a r t i c u l a r ' match Ihroiighput the country,'at big odds on Saxtbn, which makcs'it qbvlovis something was radically wrong. .!. believe liralton's pfirsc'-'shbuld be forfeited nd that llm commission Is entirely within the law to enforce such aciiori." ' · '-. ' ' ·' . Wiener- wrote the. governor per: sons interested in Bratton arc "The very o h c s ' t h a t you arc'anxious lo he rid ot in rcnnsylvania." L'AKELAND, Fla:-WV --'Macon, 'Ga--aifd~Kcw'Orleans:-will play Thursday night for the Santa Clans Bbwl'lrown. In the. boys', football semifinals Macon walloped Harris- hlirg, Va., 45-0,'arid.New Orleans Iwat'Polk Co'nn'ty of Lakeland, 270, Wednesday night: ·AlabaM, ; Goy'errior-; ! v'' ; Cancels.Aerial 'Visif 'i fb'.-.Gafor,Bowl Game -MONTGOMERY, Ala. la'-- Goy Janies.. E. Folsom -says, he h called', o f f - h i s threatened ^aerla inspection"-of airport facilities a Jacksonville,' Fla'., 'on. Gator Bow day Saturday when Al(hurn:-:play; Vandcrbllt . ."'. . Folsom, replying to.criMcisin q his use of National Guard planes for trips, - said severa weeks-ago he planned tp order an "aerial inspection 1 ' ( of runjvay. and other facilities-,at-Jack£orivi!lc pn . o f , the..Gator Bow, g'ame. , v . , :.. '.._''.". .. . " " His' cominc.nt. came after Nation al Guard authorilles in .Wa'sWngton had started'looking into, (he gov ernor's use of a military!.plane tc visit Houston, Tex.; .for the .Ala bama-Hice game. . , LOS ANGELES^ Wl - Halftack J o n ' A r n e l l of the ' University · of Southern California Tuesday was formally presented with the V.. ·)· Voit Memorial Trophy, voted'to. him' by Pacific Coast Conference football writers as an outstanding player this year.. 'jillAJIt'BEAC'H,'" Fla."W| ^ W lieT'ep polished "off "a'nolher ,','hun gry" youngster' Wednesday nighl but the old- master of the feather weights, didn't* emerge, from a bat lie wil li Andy Arel wilhout'lumps It took four stitches to close." gash over Willie's left eye. . Pancho Gonzales w. V a V - « l trimmed Ton Traberl, 6-0, 6-4, Wednesday "nigh for - h i s - seventh- victory in I matches on. their professional ten nis lour. Pancho Scgura bested .Rex Ifarlw.ig, 11-9. . , , . . . cciation allowance : than t! · a allion. 'A' racehorse' can'"be de- ecifcd. -_over-tp,thfcfa- yssrs; a allioh's '· depreciation is' figured 10 years; "or inore.'" ."'."- ·* 'Oh this basis'," iBusiness-^fcek Ids,. "The Combs'. syhdicata''may Ve N«h"ua for "the ' next. 14 pnths,'' Vnd -' cl Jim his_" d'epfecia- oh a's-.a- racehorso' at ''a?puni ' " '"' "' " ' ' " says .lhat,J{ash- ^hould bring, extremely lgh' ! prices. 'The first ;of 4Jiem robabiy.. will. bring -over $300,000 ach, aecording to this report;- ^Th« other "two principal.' riem- ie'rs.of .the 'purchasing, .syndtale- besidcs .Combs are John W.'H«nes, Chairman 'ol the. -Executive Com- rnittee'of Olin 'MathiesbnJ Chemical Ctorp:; and C.; J Deviiie^'Wall Street bond broker .^PrioVityihter-. ests in th'Hr Vyiidic'ale a"re,hefd, in (urn, ' by- 'three' 'otnersVs ^Peler Widener In; R; Yf: Jifallva'uiFfand H*rry_M,\ yirncr. Business ; .freek s'ays that"' CiiT- syndicate -'"has "»r. '-. rarrge'rt to lease Nashua ; to Combs so that he can race him uridef lil« ,.. colors: ' ' ' · ' · · · r '·"*;··'! Business Wecit says that Combs la's already turned down one'Vash iffer . this ' week", that ' would - havt - !iven' : his group; an' :; im'media(e rofit'on Nashua. · ;^!--.\iV · "Combs^ 1 -. idea,'.! t the rnag'azino ays,-, -'is to · limit, stud - -use .o( S T a'shua by outsiders a n d , try to re- ' oup.-'most of; the purchase 'price · tirough sales of. the foals.-- y The decision by the cxccutoVs of he .'William Woodward Estate to Nashua was. .'.'fairly; c.iih and dried, 1 .' according ·· to ' Business Veek's. report.. "They .( heir ' c h i e f ' responsibility'- was to irovide a secure income for tha hree . beneficiaries, ·: Woodward'i vife and ;lwo:s'on5 . . . they.con- idered that. »': racing stable wil nardly a secure blue chip. 1 ! ... WANTED. TO -' .;Ear;.Cflirir..-:|. -Any Amount '·'"''Will riuy : delivered ;| "· ·' or oh farm.- * .-v- .."·. . ·'. .. i.:.. i.-'. * Ph. La Sall»,B7 dayV""" Evenlnfli 74J2 ir .161HV .'FISHER "BROS.- ·. 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