Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1962 · Page 19
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Co//ege High, Vikings Meet on Mat, Hardwood Thurs., De«. 20,1962 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page IS The Collie Hi^h Bulidyg wres-, lins and basketball teams, both! showing vast improvement last' weekend, will meet the talented Valley High Vikings Friday. The Bulldog wrestlers will entertain the Vikings at the Lab School at 7:30 p.m. The Bulldog] basketball team plays Valley Kigh at (JilcreM at about «: 15 p.m. fol- ItwuiR the B-team game. A lull schedule of action is slat- «i in the Tri-Valley for both sjwrts. In basketball Friday game, find \Vcld Central a Brush, Fort Lupton at Eaton and Lafayette at Windsor. On the mat Friday meets are Brush at Weld Central, Eaton at Fort Lupton and Laporte at Lafayette Tt*t tnnfi College High's wrestling team ballled Brash to a 22-2Z deadlock in one of the feature meets last Friday. And Coach Bill Trimble hopes tii.i Bulldogs can increase the momentum with a victory over the strong Viking team. Valley Iliuh last Saturday opened its oinfvrenci season "with a 484; victory over Eaton, the newest member nf the Tri-Valley league. 95. Dave Oberdorler; 103. Tom Sudduth: 112. Bill Skill; 120. Roger CanHel.-.ri;,: 127. Tom Smith: Bowling (lakers' Depth Proved in 135-106 Win AT CLASSIC LANES- CLASSIC MAJORS The scores: KFKA 2. Farmers Insurance 1; Midland Properties i3. Daves Liquor 0: Webber Lanes JO, Macks Service 3; Lesser Mu- |sk 0. Garden City Liquor 3. Top team series: Garden City .iquor 2705 Top individual series: J. Atkin- the National Basketball Associa- son 649. I lion know that his Los Angeles Top team game: Garden City Lakers have the depth that cham- Uquor 942. pions are made of. Top individual game: D. Sam-] Schaus' ace backcourt man. uels 224. PLATTEVILLE VFW The scores: Pinpoppers 3, Q. B.-and B.'s 1; Krazy-B's 3, Bowl- ero's 1; Splitters 3, Hamstar* 1;! Screwballs 3. Jokers ); Bo Jo's Miltens Vi. Klein. Rupp was hopeful they] would recover sufficiently to see some action later in the season. In Valley High. Rupp said, "The Viking record belies their ability; we cannot take them lightly." Valley High has a 0-2 Tri-Valley record, the same as College High. The Vikings have scoring Jim Ecfctnky ing by defeating Weld Central, 55-43. TRI.VALLEY BASKETBALL I* , , . ,. ««»»"· *ptc i iuj£a nuve M.UIUIC 1 if top matches figure to be ability with Neil Foreman lead in the heavier weights. The probable Bulldog lineup: BvlUoj Lineup ing the attack. And Bob French is a talented rebounder. Other Viking starters will be Dennis Grimes. Don Urez and Tom Perez or Leland Miller. Bulldog Stwttn College High starters are Steve VDavis and Fred Otis si forwards. ' Gary Norris at center, and Don Chell and Jim Danley at guards. I Otis came into his own with a 19- point night in College High's 51 145 loss to Brush. : Valley High last weekend lost In Eaton, 69-57, with French scoring a record 33 points on 13 field oals and 7 frt» throws. Foreman ! scored 10. : Ltptrtt Gr.bt Lotd Brush afayttte Vindsor ?ort Lupton Weld Central .. Eaton Valley High .... College High In last .wrestling, ; assumed the favorite's role in the league race by defeating defend- weekend's Tri-Valley the Laporte Pirates L PttOpp 0 111 103 AUfemtt W L S 0 S 0 J 1 3 2 3 2 3 College High 1 S Th. ScUdvl* Ttam Brush Lafayette .... Windsor Weld Central Fort Lupton Valley High 1 Eaton 1 291 258 178 170 174 243 230 257 246 173 173 178 210 173 185 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ! Coach Freddie Schaus wasn't! exactly anxious to prove it, but! he inadvertently was able to let: Jerry West, was injured and unable to play, and big Rudy LaRusso was hampered by a sore ankle for Wednesday night's game against the St. Louis Hawks. So ... Dick Barnett moved into West's spot and scored 27 points. Jim SCORES POINTS - Meeker Junior High's Evan Pinther 'top) scores some points against his Valley Junior High opponent Joe Wright in the 120-pound match Tuesday. Pinther won, 104, as Meeker won the meet, 38-31. Photo by Lonnie Berelt. Top team series: Krazy-B'sJKrebs startedi in"place r oTLaRiissoi 1852 - 'and chipped in 18. And with Elgin! Top individual series: Doc Ruck-jBaylor firing in 37 and Top individual games: John 1 Sarchet 211; Arlcne Starr 186. SUNDOWNER The scores: Nob Hill 3. Pepsi-j Cola i: Cummings Sheet Metal. 1, Garnsey and Wheeler 3; Gree-i ley Sheet Metal 4. Hogselt Lumber 0; Wards Service 2. Greelev! a 135-106 victor)'--their sixth in a row and one that stretched i their Western Division lead to Meeker Defeats Valley J.H. ,38to31 Sports Briefs Br Th AtwclaM Pr«ts FOOTBALL Meeker Junior High Tuesday edged Valley Junior High, 38-31, games over the second-ptocelin their second match of the sea- Hawks, ison at Meeker. i SEW YORK -- Jack Faulkner of the i, II T . T i- i_ i i -. j ii_ 'rvnver Broccos was named AmerUan Valley Junior High forfeited Ule;if«u CO«chX.Uie.Vear by an Asiori 65, 180 and heavyweight matches; to Meeker to help the margin victory in the thrilling meet. Valley Junior High scored pinsi'TMxEw YORK - rmiback Curtis over Broccos was named Amer eh-of4hr-Vrar by an Au committee ot sports writers aters. BOSTON -- Pat Culpepper of the IVj- veraitjr of Texas was chosen as winner ' the Swede Nelson Award for ouutand- i|! sportsmanship durinc the 19*2 sea. 89 85 Excavation 2: 4, C. D. H. E. Goldsmith Dairy 0; Ehrlich MoUr 1, Moose Lodge 3; Gilcrest Elevator 3. Mak's Supply 1. Year's Oddities List ,, . . -,, . _, ,, By JOHN CHANDLER (pass against Princeton, and AIM Top team series: Greeley Sheet, A .Kci..td Pr«, Sport, Writer I America quarterback George Mi- Tony Ciddio at 75, Erbie Arre-i '^J^K"" quin at 85 and Evan Pinther a t j AUCKLAND. New fcaiand - : . tnft . r ., . land s crack milers sta\ed oif 120 weie impressive for Meeker. · " · · Metal 2585. Top individual 196 Reynolds 579. Coll£Q6 eye series: Larrv Friday: College High at Valley High, Weld Central at Brush, Ft. I-uplon at Eaton, Lafayette at Windsor. Th* Rnulti Friday: Brush 51. College High 45; Lafayette 55, Weld Central 43: Eaton 69. Valley High 57: Windsor 47. Fort Lupton 43. Saturday: Denver Christian 41, Top team game: Greeley Sheet Metal 905. Top individual game: Carl Mekelburg 236. SAT. MORNING RISERS The scores: McDonald Conoco Sen-ice 1, Flood and Peterson 2; Atkcrson's Combining 0, Quality Stucco 3; Fred's Auto Machine top 3.. Joe Goddard and Son Velding 0: Consumers Oil 3. Coan Construction 0: Greeley Excava- ion 3. Corn Cabin 0; Fireside Beauty Shop 1, Greeley Sheet Metal 2. ake the cake this time and all of them involve the forward pass. |in) champion Fort Upton, 27-23. Port Luplon 39 12 OTsI; Windsor It was Laporte's second straight" · · " - -- ' " Fr*d Oti, 133. Dick Wcist: 138, Calvin Gibbs; 145. Jim llntch; 154, Dave Kllngcnhers; 165. Gene Gade; 180, Jim Eckerslcy; hvy, Eddie Glcndenning. The probable Viking lineup: 95, Gary Stevens; 103, Gary Bnker: 112, Alan Duvall; 120, Dennis Strauch; 127, Gary Todd; 13.1. Dick Wcrschke; 138, Nels Sdi-sslcr: 145, Hod Brunlz; 154. Jnlm Bruce; ]R5. Allen Winters: ISO. Ijirry Stevens; hvy, Bruce Walker. Auitin Out Injuries have taken a major toll on the spirited College High basketball team, and they could play an important role in the gnmc nt Gilcrcst. Hoy Austin, who was sidelined last wii'k with illness, Thursda 1 morning severely injured his iliouidcr in a practice collision. Conch Dill Hupp said X-rays were to be taken to determine whether )» incurred a fractured collar- hone. Two others have officially boon declared out of action for the fonson Hue to knot' injuries. The «re .loci Rechtcl Eaton, wrestling its very first meet, bowed 48-6 to Valley High, but Viking Coach Don McMahon ays the Reds show considerable iromise. In basketball, Brush experienced nn umiiually tough same from College High, and the Beetdigger evaluation dropped some although they won their 26th successive ,amc. Lafayette continued its top rat- 50, Ault 39. both non-conference TRI-VALLEY WRESTLING CwrferHK. Mm W L T Pti Off Laporto Dog Hot a Dot Scent LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Ed ;ar Pauls claims he has the smallest decrhound known to man. He and his wife Anna were on a ranting trip and had stopped at a friend's farm for breakfast. Ed, who had gotten a deer earlier with a how and arrow, was doting when Tico. the family dog, jumper into his lap and began barking. Ed looked out the window and yelled for his wile. She stepped o u t s i d e and dropped one of three does with a shot into the back. Tico. who got a pnt on the head for his work, is an 11 inch high 23. chihuahua. Valley High .. Roosevelt Brush . College High . Fort Lupton .. Eaton . ... Weld Central All T»m Laporte Lafayette Valley High ... Roosevelt Fort Lupton ... Brush College High ... Eaton Weld Central .. . J ..1 . 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 W L T Pt« Opp Dot 2508. 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 S 1 1 0 4 0 53 0 127 0 111 97 87 38 52 6 36 NEW YORK 'APi-Every col- season produces ege football some oddities. ra's 4-yard pass caught by but three of them Mira. America quarterback Beats Gonzaqa torse '92-82 at Ogden challenge and deieated the L'mversily ]Bf '; Oregon's »orld ri-curd quartet in a mile relay as a spill by the leadoff run- .ner oa a *et track proved costly. ' RACING '· MUM! - Beion- Deck. Ill, nuted e · a i~ length victory In the Indian Creek pur*e at Tropical Park. j NEW ORLEANS -- Lemcn Twist M.OO 1 won the S2.300 iealure by one lencth alt- lead in the final turlong. Many other freak and unusual · situations came to light in the an-i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Commissioner Says AFL Has Rounded Corner By JIM BECKER Associated Prtii Sporti Writer XEW YORK i Steers Pound Tapers For Sixth in Row By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Philadelphia T a p e r s - . - . couldn't even leave town today. the defensive club, has been out-|despite a last-minute rally by the They had to face the Kansas City Steers again tonight. That could not be a pleasant There was Navy's sleeper play nu.il yearend Associated Press! Weber College picked up its against Pittsburgh, Yale's illegal poll of the past pigskin parade.!sixth victory in seven s t a r t s Jut the three incidents mentioned'Wednesday night with a 92-82 bas- wound up in a dead heat at theiketball triumph over Gonzaga at top. Ogden, Utah. The old sleeper play, where a; In the only other game involv- man lay prone near the sidelines.ing an Independent Conference when the teams lined up then took'team. Idaho State was turned a long pass while undetected byjback by Arizona 57-51 at Tucson, awed. I Idahoans But Navy Coach Wayne Hardin; A full weekaid of basketball is _ , ,, .. Top team series: Quality Stuc-| Joe Foss eo 23fi2. Top individual series: Bill Cropper 463; Linda Markley. Bobbie Turner 354. Top team game: Pin Busters Football Uague C^nSerfe backers forZtrgu^"c d kN::i at .. NOrf0lk ' Va - -'. - i^^tween Washington State 83! Top individual games: Bill year. "Even-thing from here on," Cropper 185: Bobbie Turner 139. MONDAY MINORS The scores: National Cash Register 0, Jerome Red-Dot 4; Mon:ort Packing 2, Welco Milk Lines 2; J. J. Strangle 4. Pioneer Whole- scle 0: Green Lantern 0. Ted Nieters Motors 4: Miner and Miner 0, C. B. Etherton 4. Top team scries: Jerome Red- half of the season and currently are wallowing in debt and disinterest. 105 Top individual series: Walley Short 563. Top team game: Jerome Red- Dot 846 Top individual game: Walley Short 225. Th. Schtdub Friday: Valley High at College High, Brush at Weld Central, Ea ton at Fort Lupton. Laporte al Lafayette. Tht Ritultt Friday: College High 22. Brush 22 Kiel: Lafayette 47. Weld Cen tral 5: Ijporte 27. Fort Lupton Saturday: Valley High 48, Ea ton 6: Roosevelt 38. Weld Centra JBrr SKIERS at Skis C'lolhintt HindiiiRS liraii.s A f l e r Ski lionls Ski Poles · Ski Sweaters · All AcTfssortes HUNTERS · (Jims \A m m u n i t i o n Scopes. Cases Instilnli'd Clnlhcs nnd (tools ('IrnninK Klls III! (inns I'diet ( i n n BOWLERS · Hmvlini: Hulls · Shoes · BURS GiH ~" Certificates Op«n Every Night 'Til Chriitmoi Sargent Sport Shop SKATERS HOME SPORTS · Kifture Skates · SkHling Socks · Sleds FISHERMAN · Hcols · Creels · Hoiits ARCHERS · HiHVS · Arrows · Quiver* FREE Gift Wrapping Croquet Sets Volleyball linskelhall Haschall Iktilminlon Sets Tennis Pool Tallies GOLFERS · Clubs · Bags · Cnrl.M · Shops · ItfllLs CAMPER · Stoves · Ice Chest · Thermos Not ties · Knives SARGENT ^ SP©RT '* SHOP d Ifrtt Delivery On Big I Irtmi 1015 8th AM. I5J-4567 be e o r r tne corner will get Foss better m led ^ m Rjck quarter. After the kickoff, Navy halfback Jim Stewart went at Moscow and Wash . the Steers handed them Wednesday night at Kansas City, on the , heels of a 119-106 whipping Tues- ington teams are members m the!for the American Basketball to the right flank, appearing to before halting near the side- w Bie Six. "You can tell that from the luie. When the ball w-as snapped rnfttlp* u-o aro cicnina n. . . . . . . _ rr ' rookies we are signing. Foss admitted that he would! i Stewart dashed downfield unmo- ..... , -. - .,. nmo- Were not only getting some lesta| and h( a from I League leaders, and moved them Weber College led most of the;24 games in front of the pack, ray in beating the invaders from The other four teams in the ABI Spokane, Wash., although Gonzaga closed a 22-point gap to six points at 85-79 with one minute 48 were idle. ·ABL p i ay ° n .,, left to play. Two free, 66-yard touchdown [throws each by Doug Powell and[ jjim Lyon widened the gap to 10 . S- U,e Tigers , victory over Yale, and saved : referee Ed Myer from consider; Idaho Stale was able to cut a 12- iiave decided game |control the ball the rest of the Ed McCarthy. Yale quarterbacki wa - v handed off to fullback Pete Cum-j Dewayne Cruse was high mings who was trapped on a run: scorer w "' 1 15 P°in's, followed by and tossed to McCarthy-an j ne !i.i t e a mmate Art Crump with !3. able embarrassment. Yale had!?TM 11 ' ·^ r ' 20n a lead to three points |scored on an illegal touchdown'*''* Iess than a minute left to There are several hot pros-| pass j,, AM M and that!P la "- Bu ' Arizona managed to pects," he said, "but if I were toi£ ou ]ri i tell you when the deal will be completed I would be only guessing." The AFL commissioner said^ ,,.,.,,.,,that Titan owner Harry Wismerigible receiver-in the''end zone, would be completely out of any. It was a night game at Miami new Titan ownership picture. Wis-JSept. 29. with Miami playing Tex- mer has run an unusual operation.ias Christian, but the lights didn'; feuding with coaches. plaers. get into Mira's eyes. One of his front office help and the press, passes was deflected by a TCU and losing gohs of money in thejdefender, Mira caught' it and P roccss - I gained four yards, and the NC-U It hud been reported that Wis-jput it down in the records as a mer's desire to retain some stock completed pass. Mira to Mira WI FEATUU HfAD SKIS.T. THE MOST TAUCtD AIOUTSN. OH EVBY K O K . . . M nc wouit, in a new ownership arrangement was one of the sticky problems in getting new Titan backing. ifor readers in 197u. Chicago Track Club's Tenth Meet Starts CHICAGO (AP) - President Kennedy's call for a truce in the mttle for amateur sports control apparently bore fruit Thurs. when a full field of invited athletes [athered for a track meet mulual- y sanctioned by the rival groups. The occasion is the University if Chicago Track Club's 10th Holiday track and field meet. It is .he first ever to bear joint sanction of the erstwhile warring ML' ind U.S. Track Federation. Competing in the afternoon and light events arc 191 college, high :chool and "open" track athletes. :ludei ntc stars and a number of current college stars home for tho Christmas 'holidays. The Ccntr.nl AAU has sanctioned lie University uf Chicago indnrrj The visiting squad was med since its inception but this,nouiKvd Wc-ilncsdiiy with T. play- is the firs', time it h.is had olfiriallcrs listed The Southwest squad i approval of the NCAA-backed fed-1was rnwlcd last work to eration. Ted Haydon, USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS' JONES SKt A GOLF SHOP ·at sa « The record book had better put an asterisk and explain that one National Squad Announced For First Challenge Bowl COWL'S fllKISTI. Tex. ...vpi-^ HmTurKs _ ^ , ,,,,,, Nebraska and Auburn will havojcV. : the most players on the National!; squad that meets a team f r o m ' the Southwest Conference aml' Al: * 1 'j«» l 'L Texas colleges in the first South-· Evri west Challenge Ro«I horo .Ian t.;^ 1 " 1 !.', squad Maroon track m: S-vmy Arrn'tno. 1 . Ms.-i.imi. ArV.ir.m'; j .. .nciude;,^'^ ¥?L n ^ such Mandot'ts ,i« R'lly Moore.l Ij [ : 5-vi^Ks t jJ"-'rv'Vi'* : Arkansas quarterback, and I'at;""'^ "''"i". »'i-i - l '' coarh nmi meet director, said hc:Culptp|or. tin- ace Texas lino- »»·; johw imMs,"* Alight a ffdcr.iiion permit, not ,-w:h.ickn. To^'v" 11 ^ Ks '''" r ItT ;i clMllcnge «( tin- AAC's "ftili-j The N'alioiial sijiind will ·nilhority" to saiu-tion open com-jixwhrd by Sid dillman c.f tho : [iclitioii. bul Imviuso IIP ret-oiHSm Dii-gn biarters of Iho Ameri- ni?«l the fodi'ialitni's right t u j c a n Knotlinll Ix-agtic Ti--- Smith- regulate iithlctcs of its memlK'rs^wcst squad w i l l ' l i e maclml by Thr iv.cmbers arc matniy collides'. Clyde i Hulldog' Turner nf the Ne« ;md lusii M-himls. 'Ynrk T:M;is iif the AKL. Tbc i'enlrjl AAV s:ud earlier n-p N^-.^ai .«,|:i..i- this \vx-k that the meet will tv ''NJ* I'm College Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North Iako;.i 7. Minnesota llu- conducted undi-r "all rules. and,K'«i \ittmi« ; i;« ulatinns ul the A . M ' " H said |VT \?ki Jim V v , it rrgnixlcd the frdrration's sane- 'fv'S;\ \"'?',. : J'- r 'S tton . r i "an inlnna! e^.i-legc m»i" SL ' 1 ."'. : ^r^- iir.-*?. r" Mwevn the l : ni\ci'sity ol V-IM T.V.;:-X! \,-i, : .i, : lic"i«o and the NCAA ' 'i,'r«k., V .i'."mJ'.i.-~" I'lpsidcnl Kenn«!y Ivld a ni i ws:j, lrli ^(TM 1i-i , cnnferencc last wwk Iliat he wnsl ' alarmed over the 2'i-yi',ir feutr v'l-rii the ,\Af and th," fpdern- 1 tinn iHYaovo it might kill I'S. chanees in the I!*I1 I'aivAnieiiean (·ami's and IPM Olvrnpn-s. . Auhi::r. H^.uil. · MacAlrstrr T. Il.unlinc 2 i Army ;'. H.irvarJ 2 tu') , College Wrpsthrtci ' USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chirac" .'. R'^toi; 5 Todny't Curnn Twc-nlo at Montrrnl Boston, si Mroit No games .vhniulrd Friday inciuoe$ GARAGE LOW. LOW THICKS! * AH $890 PA.TIOS-- PORCHES-- SIDING ROOM ADDITIONS FRAME OR MASONRY Llo-asfil. Konil-d. Injured Winrlcv« nd doort $19.fll Misnlh SiO I)o« n lix'JO I't. MAY CONSTRUCTION CO. 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