Wrestlers Seek GHS Tourney Crowns TheGfeeley High WiMcaU spir-pionship and championship match-aÂ«M the Greeley IttitatJeaallDofl Miyotlii, winner * four UwnaattM lim*)m: Qtty Wei- pÂ« Â· Mi *t ttÂ» mi^. m tt il*d wrestling te*m Saturday will M begin it I p.m. entertain Arvada, Abraham Lin- MTOT| Ti coin ef Demrer, Foct Coilint, Fort A glance at the quality of the Morgan, Denver South, Sidney teams entered. Fort Collins is 4(Neb.) and Wheat Ridge in what time defending Northern Confer- promitei to be ooe of the outstanding tournaments ii the state. And some of the potential state in (be Jefferson County league champion: will be competing ftr Abraham Lincoln is one of the individual Greeley bi-annual Invi- strong Denver !egje teams, aix tational crowns. the Greeley Wildcats are vowinj ThÂ« preliminary rounds of ac- to make a strong bid for thi tion begin at Â» a.m. at Greeley Northern Conference champion High School. Hie semi-finals and ship, consolation rounds begin at 1:30 Ttirt* $e*k TMti pm., and the consolation cham- Three Greeley wrestlers have own* I* uWir neerek TVy are: Kpouriu M*e RoÂ»- ers. who hat tewed five straight dual ae*t vietorin; lÂ»puuÂ«ier ence champion. And Arvada is perennially one of the top teams rotated fine records thus far certainly be seeking tournament bis year, and they are leeHng to crowns. CompleUng the Greeley O/'/ers Favored By 6 Points over Texons TIXANS-OILIRS SPORTS .. HOUSTON (AP) - The odds- touchdowns. Blanda completed 21 of 37 for 298 yards 2nd two touch- makers say the Houston Oilers downs. Blanda sat on the benÂ«h are a touchdown favorite for Sunday's American Football League part of the Oct. 28 game. Charlie Tolar, the first Oiler championship game but statistics runner to gain more than 1,000 on the two regular season games yards, had a good day with 104 with the Dallas Texans indicate yards in Dallas Nov. 4 when the game should be a toss-up. games of Oct. 28 and Nov. 4 with Dallas holding only a 27-yard edge on rushing and Houston leading in passes by ',nly 11 yards. Mftnern Houston won, 14-6, but was lim- The Oilers and Texans split the ited to 43 yards in the Oct. It game. Curtis McCluiton, the halfback who was named AFL's Rookie of the Year, led the ground The biggest difference in the gainers in the game at Houston tlatUtics for the two garnet finds Dallas with seven pass interceptions. Houston had three. Six of the Dallas interceptions came on Oct. 28 when the Texans ran over the Oilers, 31-7. Six of the Dallas thefts also came off George Blanda, who ha( 42 of his passes intercepled this year compared to only 22 las season when he was the league's Player of the Year. The interceptions may havi erased part of the glamor but Pop Ivy, the Oiler coach, is amoni those saying Blanda is the man who makes the Oilers click. Blanda has ignored his intercep tions and pulled the Oilers from behind six tunes this season. Blanda's record in the two regu lar season games with the Texan Was surpassed by Len Dawson Dallas' league-leading passer. Dawson completed 31 of passes for 385 yards and three with 18 yards but was held to 31 in Dallas. Greeley at Longnxmt, 6:30 and .15 p.m. Fort Collins at Loveland. Englewood at Boulder Tri-Valley College High at Valley High 45 and 8:15 p.m. Weld Central at Brush. Fort Lupton at Eaton. Lafayette at Windsor. Dallas Nen-Cenference Grover at Wcldona. Wellington at Laporte. Estes Park at Roosevelt. Platte Valley at Erie. Montgomery is Head U.S. Coach n Pan-Am Games NEW YORK (AP)-Coaches and lanagers for the United States ten's track and field team in the Deaths and Funeral* Berthoud 49-43 For 6th Victory ersonnel, Washington, D.C., wa WIGG INS-The Wiggins Tigers appomted manager. His assistants Thursday night profited from the will be Ray Lumpp, athletic dlrec - or of the New York A.C. and arl Schlademann, retired trie oach of Michigan State. These appointments were made y the U.S. Olympic Men's Track nd Field Committee, headed by ALCARBZ Mrs. Tiofila. Alcarez of 131 North Twenty-third ave. Arrangements lÂ»tÂ«r. SANDOVAL Miss Marie 1. Sandoval, 308 -12th Ave. Recitation of Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sun? day, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. Monday, Our Lady o[ Peace Catholic Church. Interment Linn Grove. eorge Eastment of Manhattan allege. The managers and Coaches, to ether with Bailment and Harold erliner of San Francisco, wil xm a selection committee t ttermine, with a few exceptions the athletic ames. PERKINS Mrs. Pearl L. Perkins of 1435 7th St. Mother James Perkins of Greelfty and Jack Perking of Long Island, N.Y. Sister of Mrs Edna Livingston of Uranc Island, Neb., and Mrs. Mat tie Clark of Longmont Services 10:30 a.m. Satur day from Macys Drawing Room. F u r t h e r Services and interment C r a i g Nebr. VETTER MORTUAR Pt. Lupton DAT Clarence E. Day of For Lupton. formerly of Tulga pkla. Father of Mrs. Mar iorie Reisbeck of Denver brother of Mrs. Klonsl Hause of Kt. Lupton grandfather of Mrs. Pa tricia de-L'Alolie uf Au rora. Rose Crolx Servit by Sangre de Crislo Chap ter, Rocky Mt. Consistor No. 2, Our Cbapel, 1 n.m Saturday. Masonic Service at Riverside Crematory Denver by Lupton Lodg No. 119, AFAM, 2:30 p.m 8Â«turilÂ»y. Friends wh wish may make contribu tlons to the Conniitor Fund Foundation, Care Rocky Mountain Consistor No. 2,1770 Sherman Stree Denver. WRESTLING Friday Tri-Valky Brush at Weld Central. In-American aulo, Brazil, Games at Sao April 20-May 5 963 were announced Thursday. t Cornell University, was namei ead coach. His assistants will be Tri-Valley ed Haydon of the University of hicago, and Cornelius (Dutch 'armerdam, the famed ex-pole U / : _ _ : _ anlt champion from Fresno "'QS 10 tate. Ben Lewis, assistant head of ie recreation and physical fit- ess branch, Bureau of Nava personnel (or the Motions To Hove Help Developing Track Teams WASHINGTON (AP)-A group )f Americans, with Stale Department backing, is undertaking to 29. On Tap With Preps MSKCTBAU Frttay 7:30 p.m. Eaton at Fort Lupton. Liporte at Lafayette. Saturday Greetty Invititienal Arvada, Abraham Lincoln, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Denve South, Sidney (Neb.) and Whea straight, and IT-pouoder Frank ^ M . p* r *-- ' --- *- ^lim^mm rj t fj Â· u Â»l_l. ' * Deiftdo, winner of tof-S match- i. Other Ureeley wrestlers wiU PittlJ GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, DÂ«t. 11, 1M2 Odds 4 to 1 First To Score Will Win NFL Championship ,,, * Cwrtaffl, IS; Wei beaeri. 1M; Rkk (Wan. M; Jeta Hffl, 1M: Â·Ml Lehman, lef; Hewy Tefct, at. and Jeha irwrer. httvy- weight. Greeley haa we Mrine* to*r lament e*ry * lU-Â«*Â»*rr Hea Â«*Â· PttÂ«rstc like sMt far MM first tim **t yew. Fert Cpttas will he tmral to n UN ami with lew top Â»Â·Â·- ing !Â·Â· bUi !tr MnMul cram. They art Mfiunter TeÂ» Van*, mimaii Dick Kyle, lÂ»f*M*% heavyweight Jt. The jophentwe Thursday 4e- feated DoÂ» Bauer, who had wea tof-4 dual meet matches, i* a wrestled. Meakt got a ly JACK HAND PrHt Â·poets Wrilw NEW YORK (API - When the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants meet Dec. Â» for the National Football League championship, record* of past title games show it Is 4-1 that the first team to score will win. It happened that wa in M games since they set up the playoff system in 1M3. Green Bay in 19*0 and New York in 1954 were the only recent losers who scored first. The same records give a IM edge to the home team in this series, disregarding the 1938 game between the Boston Redskins and Green Bay on a neutral field at the Polo Grounds in New York. It was played there because Boston was not drawing at home. The next season the club moved to Washington. The first-to-icore theory is particularly interesting this year because many football students believe the only way to beat the Fort Colto, which Oenatei with Greetey m hoota I* thi teur- . last year wÂ» with 111 points. Arrada was Hcosrf with period reversal te tore a 1-1 win. 17. All but DelU ore otteret 1 fretn Bauer, a juaw. escaped ia the U, last year's Uwnvnoat. Sefcey. Neb., reflates the Weeten Slop* Valley High Â»t College High, fK fa t b to xwt quickly Lou Montgomery, track coach RMgÂ« at Greeley, I a.m., 1:30 and 8 p.m. Roosevelt at Brush. free throw line to hand Berthouxl a 49-43 non-conference loss here. The win was Wiggins' sixth straight, while Berthoud looses its first game in four. Berthoud was charged with S ersonal fouls, and Wiggins scored 3 points at the free throw line, fouling out for the Spartans were Lee Williams, Dick Schell and Jerry Ward. Berthoud outscored W i g g i n s from the field, hitting 17 field goals to 12 for the Tigers. A dozen fouls were called against Wiggins. Wiggins led most of the game, and at one time in the second period enjoyed a 12-point lead. Berthoud, behind the shooting of Melvin Beede, rallied in the third period to tie the score at 32-32. Beede was top scorer with 2 wints, while Gene Loose got 11 or Wiggins. Berthoud won the B-game, 3^ jolt them out of their ball-control system of grinding out first downs methodically along the ground The basis of this theory is thai the Packers' passing game, despite Bart Starr's No. 1 ratin| among quarterbacks, is not as ef etive when Green Bay Is behind You can be sure that the Giants egardless of what they say, are loping to score as quickly ai they id when they rambled over the 'hicago Bears 47-7 in 1966. The nly recent losers among teams hat scored first were the Giants n the overtime game with Balti wein 19U and the Packers on he slippery turf at Philadelphii n 1960. A quick review of the Packers 4 games this season shows tha he opposition got the jump on] MONUMENTS and MARKERS 50 YÂ»r of Leadenhip In Granite and Bronze Monuments O P E N S U N D A Y S by Appointment Ralpli llollisuir G R E E L E Y M O N U M E N T CO. 1016 7th Ave. help develop 1964 Olympic track irospecls for nations which have not the coaching talent or compe- ition to bring them to their peak. Athletes from Africa, Asia and Â·atiri America will spend 100 days n this coontry, starting Feb. 23, as guests of nine colleges or universities which have volunteered o let them train and compete with their track squads. The project was announced Thursday by Davis Dichter, as executive secretary of Sports In ternational. a new non-profit or ganization devoted to expanduif Americl's role in inlcrnationa sports. The Slate Department will ba the talent scout. Its missions in the countries will seek and recom mend outstanding track and field athletes to be Invited to come to this country. In addition, the department will pay their travel to the United States and back home The host colleges and univer sities will pay the athletes' ex penses while they are in the Unit ed States. The athletes will participate ir college competition as unofficia members of their host teams a often as possible. In open meet 'they may represent their own nations. FLOWERS West 10th St. 352-2851 Basketball Scores College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Buffalo. 67. Wooslcr 6,1 East Texas 47. McNeese 44 Alabama 72, Richmond 56 Stetson 77, Tennessee Tech 7; Cincinnati 44, Dayton .17 SI. Mary's Cal. 94, Crcigliton 71 IX'LA 70. Northwestern 63 Bradley 76. South Carolina 6! Detroit 82. San Joic 7Â« 'oti Missouri 54, Tennessee 47 Ohio U. 72. Muskingum 57 SMU 100. Minnesota 80 Berthoud (43) Wlgsins (Â«) O F o Williams 1 0 G. Walter 1 Beede 10 6 Loose 3 Schell o 1 Brunti 3 Ward 3 1 Alkire 2 Samuelson 2 1 Golden 3 Johnson 0 0 Gunn o Ivebsack 0 o Clark 0 Ferguson 1 OZipperer o Schreiner o o M. Walter o Fkke! 0 0 17 9 Berthwid 1225 4 7 1Â» 11-4 11 7 12 17- Dolts' Preseason Training Out in Westminster, Md. BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Con ress of Racial Equality asked ie Baltimore Colts Thursday no o return to Westminster, Md or pre-season training next yea Because of the town's segregates acHities. CORE told Don Kellett, cxecu ive vice president of the Nationa Football League club, that Negr layers on the team resent beln confined to Ihe training camp b Â·ause of segregation policies i daces of public accommodation The Colts have trained at th western Maryland college cam pus here since the NFL franchis eturned to Baltimore in 195 CORE and other integralionis groups have conducted sit-i demonstrations here in recen months in protest of segregate mating places. Kellett said a copy of the Ie .er has been sent to Carroll Ro enbloom, owner of the Colls, an that they would sit down and dl cuss the problem. "CORE people know our fee ings about Westminster," Kelle said. "We would like to clear this matter ai much as the would." Daryl Brumley May Miss Game At Longmont Daryl Brumley. Greeley'* lead- Ing scorer, Friday morning was put on the doubtful list for Friday night's basketball game at Longmont. Coach Jim Baggot announ-ed that Brumley missed practice Thursday due to stomach flu. Baggot said Tom Doctor would likely start al Brumley's forward position. Brumley may recover enough to play Friday, but Baggot said his action will very likely be lim- officials last summer after COKE representatives had approached him on the subject. "We talked last summer with some of the town's officials," Kellett said. "They were tympithetic but they didn't do inylhtog about it." He promised to take up the natter again with the Mayor, the ocal restaurant association and chamber of commerce. four times. Two of them did It th field goals and lost subsequently. Another did it with a TD run and also lost. The Giants present a sharp contrast. They have been behind in six of their 14 games before they scored although they wound up with a IM record and nine straight victories. Jston's 1st )efense Fight Not Decided CHESTER, Pa. (AP)-Who Is leavyweighl champion Sonny Uson going lo make his first de- ense against? He has a contract for a return NU VMilHM. With TeUei at IN, Greeky will CU Vaulter Sets Indoor Jump Record Â·y ROMRT MLDf MTIIN CHICAGO (AT) -Don Meyers, I shy youÂ» ma who aspired merely tÂ» become a better known ithlote, hit Â« jackpot far beyond Us wildest dreirru Thursday night by soaring 11 feet, IK inch to a world's Indoor pole vault record. Meyers, a poet graduate student n physical education at the University of Colorado, made a 1.000- mile overnight train trip sitting fight with Floyd Patterson. When U P in a coai:n to compete in the where and under whose promt "iversity of Chicago Track Club's lion, are all to be decided by Paterson. In the past weeks, however, LIs- on's "adviser," Jack Nilon, ha been talking of bypassing Patteron for another challenger. Thursay he said arrangement* were wing made for a defense against Ight heavyweight c h a m p i o n larold Johnson, March 11 In Baltimore. The big question would seem to e: Can Liston legally bypass Pat- Nilon says he can, that Cham- ilonshlp Sports Inc., promoter ol he first Lislon-Patterson fight, las broken the contract by fail Ing to pay Litton for his first round kayo of Patterson last Sept 25. He claims other contract vio- aliens. Nilon claims lie talked with Tom Bolan and Roy Cohn of Cham pionshlp Sports Wednesday night and was told Liston would get the 200,000 owed him when he signet or the return match with Patter son. He said they want to put It on in April or May at Las Vegas "1 answered by aiking what as surances we'd have of collecting ie 30 per cent we'd have com- ng for a Las Vegas fight. Would hey guarantee payment by tak ng out a bond? They said they Under the return fight contract Liston and Patterson each are lo ;et 30 per cent of Ihe receipts 'atlerson has the choice of date site and promoler, and most o *at Liston earned in the firsi ight reportedly is supposed to be icld in escrow until he fulfills th return bout contract obligation he money to be forfeited lo Pal erson if Liston failed lo go through with it. Internal Revenue Service agents seized gate receipts and closec television receipts across the country the night of the first fight More than $2 million was tied up as Uncle Sam tried to make sure ie would get his lax bite. A smal part was released since then to enable the promoters lo pay of c e r t a i n obligations, includlni $50,000 to Liston. I C* Li i rights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WORCESTER, Mass. - Joe (Buzz) Shaw, 143, New York knocked out Gene Thomas, 14; Â£ MIAMI - Frank Patterson, 160 Miami, knocked out Handsom ^ Robinson, 153, Opa Locka, Fla i 5" !l- ic Ut A D I Oth Holiday meet. "I wanted to make a good mark lis year In a meet like this so 1 could get Invited to other meets," he said. The Chicago meet had added ister this year because H was be first test of President Kennedy's call for a truce in the 2h- ear feud between the Amateur Athletic Union and the NCAA- lacked U.S. Track Federation. Tlie meet was the flnt jointly sanctioned by both groups. Meyers, 22, a fair, slim, l-fooler weighing 169 pounds, hit 13-feeM on hi* first try, using a fiber [lass pole he brought along with nm, On his second vault, he clearw 14-6, and on his third, 15-5. The cross bar at the University of Chicago Fieldhouse then wai raised lo 16-1V4. one half inch above the world indoor record Meyers cleared the cross bat without brushing it amid an ex cited roar from the spectators The approved record It 18-n set by John Uelset of the Marina In Boston last Feb. S. Meyers' best ibowing In com wtition had been 15-3 last yea in tying (or the national collegl ale tille. The world outdoor mark Is is IK by Finland's Penttl Nikula a fnuhava, Finland, last June a The lop American outdoor vaul s 18-2 by Dave Tork of the Ma rincs at Walnut, Calif., last Apri 28. Each used the controversia iber glass pole. Sports Notes SACRAMENTO, Calif. (API- Dynamite Murphy, M, scored I smashing, one-punch TKO earl; Thursday. The oldtime bantam and feath erwelghl contender, now a ba owner, decked a would-be robbe who grabbed him as he was walk ing to his apartment shortly aftei 2 a.m. The assailant wobbled lo hi feet and fled In a waiting car Dynamite Murphy's name out tide the ring Is Phonce Lattari. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Th 3akland Raiders o( the America football League signed Waite Sonny Burden, linebacker fron McNeese Stale, ]*., Thursday. The 23-year-old, 230-pmmdc was the Raiders' I2th tral choice. He was ihc IGlh dral choice of (he I/is Angeles Ram of the Nflllonal Forth/ill Uague STOCKHOLM ( A P ) -- FJ heavyweight champion Ingcm'a Mek Shtaera- Shrine Game Players Visit Crippled Kids Â·y DICK IARNIS SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The atroag legs that will run Dec. M ia tie East-Weit Shrine football battle here were, on Thursday, ttreag hands that wrote and walked up to a 14-year-old girl named Agalia as she lay in bed with her left leg In a large cast. They talked for a moment aid Thirty-four of the husky young smile. ing dark eyes atid a bashful players visited the crippled boys "Fresno," the said, with bfarr "Why so am I," replied the Ud girls for whose benefit the handsome quarterback. "What's JKh annual Shrine game will be your address 1 " layed. She tore a pate from her auto. Shyness in both the men and graph book and carefully wrote it mated talk that have become as radltlonal as the game. . For the first time, however, ai "I'm going to look up your Mil." he said. "Can i give them a metsage?" "OK, just tell them I'm fir*" missing--14 members of the West tal five weeks and hu six :mit team couldn't fly into San Fr:uv Isco because of heavy fog that iveloped much of California. They'll visK the hospital nest One of the happiest coincidences line M children before the pliv- occurred when Notre Dame quar- Â« rrlv*rf _ h* Â«Â·Â· IK. u.^i trback Diryle Umonica quietly! ited. Sports Briefs 4. Wash. : Washington 59, Montana 50 Utah Slate 87. Iowa Slato 52 Bethany Romps Colorado College 69-58 Thursday COLORADO SPRINGS (API- Bethany College jumped to an early lead and hold it all Ihe way on Ihc balanced scoring ot foui starters Thursday nijht in a 69-58 romp over the Coorado College Tigers. Only lale in Ihe ga.ne did Colorado College muster a Ihreat as it lost its second straight start this iscason. The Tigers, trailing .13-25 a t j halflime. rallied lo a 56-30 deficit) mVfn'liif lirll'lfÂ»'k mTMl VIST ill 1 "I 31 "' " wn '"^ * s "s'nMV relied HOB*) hÂ» ih trÂ«tÂ»MiÂ»'iÂ«fiinÂ«\Ai" iSjion free throws in the final five ~^^LÂ«KW!^'S mbntea. TV Swede,' big^l leadj as 14 pomU Â«t 44-32. Â· Doug Ade had 15 points and aul Johnson and Tom Train 13 each for the KanMns. Bob AH- Â»tedt, M. tallier! !2 poinls and puller! rlouti 15 rebounds. Â·Johansson harassed by incom Thursday'] Rtiulti Kan. City 99, Philadelphia 88 Oakland 96, Chicago 92 Tedty's Gmei Philadelphia vs. Kansas City al St. I.ouis Chicago al Oakland Long Beach at Pittsburgh Siturdsy'i GÂ«m* Chicago at Oakland Itax agents in both [Slates and Sweden. Ihe Unilc received eek, official* quickly assured loo.' rane of the disappointed young to go. All over the wards, player* busily signed autograph) 'a.-j| youngsters oiled. "I wanl yours, John.14. working from enriches, seemed Ihe most nervotii o! Dlympic Ski School Opens Near Vail VAIL, Colo. (API-Soldier volunteers and 15 of the Rocky fountain region's top skiers were due here today as freih snow red hopes In- Siturday's opening of an Olympic tki train rag school. A light Â«torm-a rarity (or the Colorado Rockies thU mild yenr -provided up to II inches of snow on the peaks Wedi night and yesterday. For the neÂ»t two weeks, 4* oi ;he nation's top snow tecs wtl fork out at this new ski area under Coach Boh Bcatlie, the Jniversity of Colorado mentoi charged with training the United Stales' 1N4 Oiymplc Alpine team Because of poor inow condi Jons, however, only 15 of t on the exclusive invited list are scheduled to arrive today and over the weekend. The others wil report later. They'll be joined by 3.1 soldiers rom the Army's Fifth Infantry Di vision at Ft. Carson, near Colo- ado Springs. The GI's and personnel from he Vail Pass area volunteered lo help prepare courses for the Â·kiers-"A tremendotui geilure.j Â·nd one that should be of great' value lo the training program, fieattic called it. ri arrived - he was the cheerleader with a big job. But the yells for learns ind coaches rang out loudly and John had a huge tmlle the rest ot t.-.f morning. Before Ibe teams came, the old er girls-up to 15 years of ase- Â·hattered excitedly and applinj. hen rcapplied. their favorite I-p slicks. Candy, 1Z and extra rule, vthH as Ihe players befan to Itavr, 'Gee, they were fun." Passers South's Hope in All-Star Football Game MIAMI, Fla. (AP-Cripp!ed !Â·Â» injuries to top runnlnj; luciit, tiÂ» South's hope of victory in Saturday's North-South College All^tar football game lies with Its p.w.'cn Nick Ryder, Miami back who wrenched a knee while himrwr- wig the Nebraska line for 95 yards In Ihe Gotham BTM! camf in New York, in a doubtful performer. So Is Bobby Paremote. the Florida AM Little All-Amrnrs flash who hurt * knee in I he Orange Blossom Classic against Jackson State of Miitiwppi "L'fider such condition*." says co-coach Bill Peterson of Florida Stale, "the South will thru* plenty. I don't want to not m disgraced by Ihe Yankees " Spearheading ll;c Hclfl \a^\K II! be .lerrv Wnolum ol Kentucky. He will have such it- ceivers at Willie Richardson. Lillle All-America from Jackwn der Ihe command of Col. Robert Potter of Ft. Carson. Of the fresh snow. Bealile said things now look very good. "One more storm and things should bÂ« excellent," he sold. The first job of Ihe volunteer task force will be lo pack down Â» four-mile access rood leading from the peak of the 10,W3-fool pass lo the base. This will serve as a downhill course (or Hie train- ce.v Bealile ixys it's adequate for early training, although not ss good as the eventually will be. mam course I welcome Christmas menage (rom the Swedish lax authorities Thursday: He will be taxed 170.000 less for his income lax (or I960. " BO'.I taxable incomes during year were set at Â»2J,000 in- the NBA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS No games scheduled Thursday TodÂ«y'i Giimi Chicago at Cincinnati San Francisco at Detroit St. Louis at l/oj Angeles Saturday's Garnet Detroit vs. Chicago at Bnstnn New York at Boston San Francisco at Syracuse " r. hn Vlr, P d A , r TrfflT ! ?, 1Jm ? NHL By THI ASSOCIATED PRÂ«S Thort*Â«y'Â« RÂ»Â«ulU Montreal 4. Toronto 4 Hostnn 5. Detroit 3 No games scheduled today Saturday's Germs Chicago al Monlreal Nfw York at Toronto "Scad of I100.000 as originally estimated by the lax authorities. NKW YORK ( A P I - GArdnar' jMulloy, four-time winner of (he U.S. Seniors' lennls championship, was ranked firsi again in Ihe Seniors' ranlungs announced Thursday by the U.S. Uwn Tennis As- swilition. Mulloy, of Miami, n (ormcr Davis. Cup player, first won the Senior*' crown In 195Â«. then swept il in 11160. 1961 nnd 1962, NKW YORK (AP)-Thc National Football Usgue championship Riime between the Grwn Bay Packers and the New York Giants Dec. K) not only in a sellout bill nil wot king press and photo credentials have been exhausted. Jim" Kensll. public relations director (or the league, laid the league offk-c hid assigned more lhan 4SO press and photo credentials for the game at Yankee Stadium. As the vohmleers prepare thi: and other trails, other members of (lie 48-mcmbfr Iryoul jquac will Ire given the green light t join the camp. At least 15 oilier skiers nri specifically Invited aluo nrc ex peeled here lo innke bids for Olympic team. Basketball Scores thÂ» ucky. Klchardson has b crlbcd by pro scouts ounlry's greatest end. The North has the bigger tram. with s powerful defense rationed by Bobby Bell. All-Amci *a ackle (mm Minnesota, and larkl* )ovc (Big Bear) Behrmnn (mm Michigan State. The game will lie player! In 'c" Orange Bowl before Â«n .in:c- lated crowd of M.oon start inÂ»: m 4 p.m., KST. It wil! In- IckMSf'l nationally by ADC's Wide W'iii'1 of Spirts. Bluebonnet Bowl Predicted as Defensive Battle HOUSTON (API-Missouri Â»"' fiKirgia Tech. two i-xprrirm" ! bowl tennis, arrived Thursday f''" Saturtlcy's Hhifbonnet Buwl f" ; hull same. Both conches snid (hey rxpf ' the turtle lo lie a drfcnshr had' "These are two fine defcnMi" Colerjid* High Scrwol BitbtHul clubs," ,nM nobby Do.ld n( Tor'- Â»y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS |"Il will be lough foi eilli-r " Las AnimM 74, Fowler M Wiggins 49, Berthoud 43 Pueblo Central 77. Waium 74 lot). rrilchcll 69. Springfield 54 Hochne 65. San Luis 51 Vila* 61. Branson .16 Junior Ctlltft Boketoall Pueblo to. Undge City, knÂ«,. Dixie Invitfttlofut At V. Oeetfi, Utah wore. 'Ilie bnll will move but Rftling itrrnss tlie Rn.il hw wil he (liKicnll " "\Ve are pnyinx an execli'ii 1 (noibsll team." s.iid Han I'rvin-- "( MisMiuii "We linpn we r ' vl 'In a cinhtnlilc jnli." R"lh leimn will lie nuikiiiK "'Â·'Â·Â· (i.il npgHWiinrr* in the 4 vcar-ol-l 79 Bhiehopnet liowl. Terh, with n 72-1 njnsiin. "Â·Â· iceived Ihe niiidmmirl Mesn ((.'olnl ll. Snow (Utah) M mlnul *Â» Â»1cr the Engineers hand Rick* Mrlaho) 7.1, UiÂ»ffÂ«y Call! 6.1 Casper ' Wyo (Southern Utah DO. College Bethany njlegi. **' (Kan) M. Colorark. ed a 7-* Konlhcndtern Cnnfcn-m' |ofÂ«Â»l lo Alabama, the defonrlinif champion. rl accepted * w-erk M" tfter ctonlng Us 7-I-2 srnson Â«|in Â» 3-3 Big Right Conference I'-' 'with Kanui.
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