Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1962 · Page 17
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Two Northern Teams Sure To Go to State The groupings are: Holly, Springfield. Walsh and Fowler, UKNVEK (AP) - The league who:* team wins the Colorado nouy. Class AAA high school basketball jStralton. title will always be sure of bav-j Manzanola. Ordway, ing two teams in the state tourna-JLirnoii and Eads. meat !he following year. | Berthoud, Erie, Estes Park, For tlie 1963 tourney March 14- tvans and Lyons. 1C. the Northern League will Bayfield, Dolores. Dove Cretk. qualify both ils champion and its | Ignacio, Mancos and Pagosi runnerup since Grecley of the j Springs. Northern won the state pionship last March. cham- Uoder regulations announced by the Colorado High School Activities Association, the champions of the five AAA leagues aatomaitc- ally qualify for the state meet. These circuits are Adams-Arapahoe. Denver, Jefferson County, Northern and South Central. The Northern League second place team will get a berth in 1963. The second place teams of the other four leagues will meet in playoffs-Denver against Jefferson, and Adams-Arapahoe against South Central-for the two remain- ins spots in the state event. In Class AA state competition, Primero, Sopris, Aguilar and Hoehne. Antonito, Center, Centennial Union. Sargent, Manassa and San ford. Battle Mountain. Eagle Valley, Roaring Fork, Aspen, Plateau Valley, Cedaredge and Hotchkiss. Soroco, Granby, Kremmling, Walden and Hayden. two teams to Denver. In the Class A the Northeastern League will place two teams with one each from Southern Peaks. Northwestern, Gunnison Valley, Tri-Valley, Metropolitan and Poudre Valley! District tournaments in eight tourney. divisions will decide the entrants 2-point predicament in the first in the Class B bracket of the stale period for a 4-3 victory over Tyler tf.itrnn,. Sweet Heath is now idle until Jan. 10 when it wrestles at Fort Collins. The results: 65, Fort Collins won by forfeit; 75, Al Hamil, FC, decisibned Rod Pfleiger, 7-4; 85, Frank Sarcino, FC, pinned Pete Mostellcr. 1:15; 95, Dave Mora. FC. pinned John '"[fin, 3:55. 103. Ron Weidcman, H, pinned Denny Kraus. 4:05: 112. Ron Snyder, H. pinned Jim Webster, 35 seconds; 120, Mike Kavney. H. decisioned Tyler Sweet. 4-3; 127, Pat Sanlistevan, FC. pinned Lloyd Spencer. 2:30. 133, Hersh McGraw, FC. Heath Spurts in Fourth Period For 37-30 Win LOVKUM-Thc hot shooting, of Jim Kricson and Ron Wagnerj in Ihe final period gave Hcatli a 37-30 victory ovcr Ixiveland Junior High School Thursday here. Ericson got six of his 18 points In the linal period while 'A'agnr Fort Collins JH Mat Team Beats Heath 39-16 The Heath wrestling team encountered talented Fort Collins _.,,.,, .. U ii f n .Lji, UU| tuujjtvi cy WUCIliCU run \jOUiI15 each of the four leagues will send Lincoln-Usher Thursday afternoon here, bowing 39-16 Four Heath wrestlers won. Ron Weidcman and Ron Snyder scored pins, while Mike Kavney and Larry Hill won by pins. Kavney, wrestling his first match, scored a takedown and a scored five. Throughout most of the first thrw quarters Heath trailed by one or two points. Then in the final period Heath scored 14 points while limiting Iceland lo two field poals and a free throw. Heath's next game is Jan. 10 when il entertains Fort Collnis Lcshcr Junior High. Hwrh (J7) LoviUnd (JJ) Ericson Wagner Swcitzer Brunz Bergum Evans Wcimer HeiHi ... LovtUnd G F 9 0 Bucholti 4 1 DccU I 0 Fisher 0 1 Conn 1 0 Spcchert 1 0 Patterson 1 1 Baker deci- Dave Stevens, 8-5: 138 Gibson, lis, Ijr 17 3 12 8 7 1+-J7 I I 11 5--M 2 4 ncd Bruno Eurcsti, 1:25. I \ Idaho U. Whips I o Washington St. .! 294-57 Thursday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The undefeated University of me unoeieatea university ot r ., ,, Idaho Vandals whipped Washing- w '" s *'" "?'· ,,, , _ . _J' . . .". TTiw Inna in Meeker JH Bows To FC Lincoln 32-30 Thursday FORT COI.LINS - Lincoln Junior High School scored a field goal with 20 seconds left to defeat Gioclcy's Meeker Junior High. 3230. in a basketball game Thurs day here. Hob Miranda hit the field goal that won and spoiled Mecker's comc-lrom-bchind bid. Meeker got but only one field wi aiau.* iH-o/ inursaay nient . , ° ,· . and went on vacation until the Jf *? le " d color !" 'ar West classic at Portland the day after Christmas. Washington beat Montana 59-50 in the only olhcr game involving a member of tlie newly-aligned ,i « . · j , ; ,, "»»'". «eu n il, c first pcnod but It tan Idaho fl (n /iiitcfinra 1 innnlM In It,- rallied In outscore Lincoln in Ihe last tlirw (|imrlcrs. Meeker jumped ahead. 28-27, on a field goal by Handy Houw. Lincoln retali- nlcd lo 'l.-ikc a 30-29 lend then Tim McDonald hil a free throw lo tic Ihe score and set the stage for Miranda's winning basket. Mocker is now idle unlil Jan 8 when il entertains Loveland. Meeker (30) G r Lincoln (12) Fell NailKitier H'in.inde/. Villa 5 .1 H iiber 0 1 Candnll 0 0 Miranda 0 0 Wilcnx 3 fi Bird 0 I) (Juillcr on Slate 94-57 Thursday night |5 Mojor League i Day ton Holds F " day ' D * t ' 21 ' 1962 CREELEY TRIBt ' XE Tanmr Cln^/\4 .!. _ ' t4/^C*T I V / A k l T r - r v . at :.:,.· ,,*; *~ MOST WANTED by Pap' , Uncinnati to c ..- -or rap Stadium ! DENVER (AP) - Five major 44-37 W l H : League baseball teams will play Jin Bears Stadium next season. By BOB G R E E N ! The Boston Red Sox and Chi- Associated p rta Spcrti Writer icago Cubs will tangle in an e\hi-\ Almost everyone agree:- that, bition game April 7. The Denver Cincinnati's basketball winning, Bears, now transferred to the far- string now at 25 game?, eventual" flung Pacific Coast League, will.ly must end. play the Kansas City Athletics, The question remains: Who's to May 27, the Minnesota Twins do it? June 10 and the Chicago White Dayton made a valiant effort! Sox Aug. 5. Thursday night, playing a slow,: The big league teams will make.liberate game in an effort to stopovers here for the exhibitions:control the Bearcat scoring on their way to or from west punch. Wlien it was over, the Flv- Coast engagements. ers had been shot down 44-37. ' ' The Pacific Coast circuit for, It was the seventh notch of the the 1963 campaign has been'season for Coach Ed Jucker's ; stretched to a 10-club league, all: team, ranked first in the nation. the way from Hawaii to Okla-;and shooting for a third straight: homa City. I NCAA title. Their scoring output j Eddie Glennon, Bears general I however, was the lowest for the 1 manager, believes Denver even-!Bearcats since a 57-40 loss to St.! tually will get a major league Louis two seasons ago. j franchise, possibly by 1965, Tr 10 HAPPY THREESOME - Jay Smith of Colorado Springs is happy that he can walk. He couldn't until he was sent to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. George, who is all ears, listens to Ray N. Dennis of Pueblo tell Jay about the trip that the last 24 mules of Uncle Sam's Army will make from Pikes Peak to the Golden Gate to perform during half-time at the East-West All-Star football game Dec. 29 in San Francisco. Proceeds from the Shrine-sponsored game will go to the Shrine's hospitals where twisted legs of children are straightened. The mules are members of the Al Kaly Shrine Temple's Mule Train of Pueblo and Colorado Springs, Colo. It is the only organization of its kind in existence. Army Mules GetNew Orders The mule has been crowded out iSimmons, mule train president, of Uncle Sam's mechanized army, i Horses raise ' ' " ut the retired anima ; is going lo! n iulcs exert o: Ernie Run For Alderman's Post In some of the other major ac-j ·lion on a relatively light schedule,! i Bradley won its sixth of the sea- 1 UCLA beat Northwestern 70-63. Missouri came from behind and clipped Tennessee 54-17, Southern |.Methodist whipped Minnesota 100- CHICAGO (AP) - Cub ownerl 80 and st - Mar '' s °' California Phil Wrigley has given first base-j seorei a 94 ' 71 rout ovcr Creigh- man Ernie Ranks the green lightl* 011 to run for the post of Chicago! Da J' to " clamped a lid on Ron alderman. iBonham. Cincinnati's top scorer,. -Banks reportedly was ap-i 3 TM 1 trailc d 'he sluggish BearcaLsi Q L. 1 1 proached by a prominent Republi-| h - v a sm P° int ' 18 ' 17 . at ' h e l /vOL/Ol) I /· can and asked to run in his South!" 8 "; . ****yii Side ward against incumbent;, Cineinnati ^ didn't^ lake a solid; By JIM VALKENBURC B/g( 8 Cogers Begin £* / J. , J / O l P t S I W I V * have another fling at glory. He'll be part of the half-time ceremon- es at the Shrine benefit football ;ame Dec. 29 in San Francisco »!ween the East-West a a n s ncument y BURG iwill be favored at home against Democrat James Condon. Banksj' ead unt " late m the 8 am « »'hen : Sixth-ranked Colorado leaves itsjthe Javhawkers said he will make the race. I?**'* 6 WUson bl «ked a Dayton; home court for the first time this! Iowa State continues its trip Chicago candidates for alder-j 11 TM 1 S° a ' "7 and then scored two; season in a two-game Arizona trip,! Saturday night at San Diego _. ___ man rutl °n a non-partisan ballot !"'« baskets. Kansas and Oklahoma invade the! State. Oklahoma State (5-1) plays in the Feb. 26 primary. uonham was held to eight.Big Ten and Indiana plays at Long Beach State tonight and iu!e train president. Wrigley said Thursday he con- P° ims - but Tom Thacker broke: Kansas State in a rough 11-game Drake Saturday in a tournament · their feet high, but i seated to Banks making the race,! Ulrou g h tor 21 - l« ad i"g both, weekend schedule for Big Eight'at Long Beach Calif inly enough energy to but commented, "I'm counting on^ eams - He 8° l a " b "' seven of.Conference basketball teams I Missouri made its recor icing a smooth ride Uns activit y not interfering w ith:' cmcil «iati's first half points asj Big Eight teams will play at i beating Tennessee 5-H7 T en-tempered, are not baseba " playing. I don't want ai l h e Bearcats had to struggle to home in only three of the 11 night with a late drive led move, producing a smooth ride. They are even-tempered, are not spooky, nor bothered by blaring bands and noisy crowds. teams. all-star | The mules 'art disappearing ifrom the American scene and are I l i u m me j-iiiiti jiuii avciiu dliu tile The last of Ihe nation's Armyjbecoming special attractions lo mules were mustered out in 1957jthe younger generation. "·-··"· ±-""."' "·-· --· at n - Carson, Colo. Members of. The Al Kalv mules wear white v t f£',^\v P / A ' Kaly Sh TM C Tel " P ' e °' Pu -'"PPi«gs,«-ithredfe OT sbetwcen|T« DftU:.,,.^ M.han i.«. IK nTM. «,,-... eblo and Colorado Springs boushl! their ears and red serapes be-i I 0 1X001115011 5Ji nf flip nnimnle nnrl (vannii.i/1 hind il*n -0,1,11.-.,- I ".« oLimij uuv uiieiiermg wtm ~ ° ·"·" """ pv""3 as, oig r^ignt teams will ] baseball playing. I don't want a! lhe Bearcats had to struggle to home in only three of part-time baseball player." j stay even. games--twice in tonight' NL Slugging iTitle Goes - _ bwmi-o--vmi.c iii IUUIKIII, i me- Missouri, trailing by as many game schedule and once in Sat as 12 points in the second half, urday night's six-game card. came from behind in the closing 1 '* ' ' * j - , ^, iiv n,, u ^vivnuuu jpiuga /uut;iii|LLii'ii curs ana FC, decisioned Chris Stein. 4-0; X of the animals and organized hind the saddles 154. Larry Haskpll. FC, pinned the only mule train in North " American Shrinedom. Each Sh The riders look like they have', stepped from a Colorado] CLNCINN ' Arn AP)-Frank Rob- .. ,, Tennessee 54-47 Thursday night with a late drive led by Ken Doughty and Don Early. It was Tennessee's first loss in six games. Utah State easily disposed Colorado's defending conference of Iowa State 87-52. ... - -- TM o \Ajiuiauo minutes and stalled out the vic-lchampions, unbeaten in five tory over Tennessee. Don Early; ga mes. face a severe test at Ari- nit SLX points in the last 90 sec-; zon a State 15-11 tonight. State 0 , · Iwhipped K-State and Kansas on In some of the other major re- a road trip before losing an over- suits, New Mexico topped Colo-:time battle at Wichita Monday. lcmnati 's , · - - - - r i --- ----- · muc uuiiic at n iLLUia fllUOQay Frank Rob- rado State 54-46, Detroit edged.The Buffs play at Arizona U. Sat hard-hitting j touring San Jose State 82-76 in urday night. Hank Aar °n of.overtime, Alabama romped over The weekend schedule will be ' ry Hill. H, decisioned Mike CA- er owns his mule, pays for its gambling house of the 1870s i outlflel(ier ' ^^ H! »* Aaron of .overtime, Alabama romped over The weekend schedule will be Bv THE mondson, 13-0: 180. Tom Alvarez., care and transportation aroundiTheir outfits are gamblers' strip-i^ lllw TM kee ^ WiUie Ma ' s ofiRichmond 72-56, Utah Slate beathhe last action for conference The seo FC. pinned Chris; Hernbloon, 35 the country, for parades andlod panls. swallow-tail coats, while;? 3 " Francls « '·» »TM the National!Iowa State 87-52, Syracuse nippediteams before the 17th annual ore-Steers wffl Iscconds; hvy. Rod Orr. FC, pin- shows. The business and proles-! shirts, red ties, gaudv vests. Uag " e s "SB"? championship in Rochester 60-58, Santa Clara season Big Eight tournament Dec fourth rirt, Steers Whip Philadelphia For 8 in Row By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The scorching Kansas City sional men also use the sure-loot-i western boots, white gloves and ed animals on mountain huntingjred feztes. trips- After the East-West game the! lor cars on special trains with their owners. Their Irek across Ihe alkali (Al Kaly means alkali) deserts between Pikes Peak and the Golden Gate will be made in special trucks. Shriners and their _, " e ° ffli:ial - -, eams eore te 17t annual nre- slugging championship in Rochester 60-58, Santa Clara season Big Eight tournament Dec the Ullrd rons «TMtive sea-jdowned Loyola of New Orleans;26-29 at Kansas City. ' Washington I 74 ' 53 . ldao ° Kansas State, loser of Eve es and the Rose Bowl Game. Tlie mules often ride in baggage Al Kaly Shriners of Pueblo andi loia - v snowe(i ai Robinson piled 'Ir Colorado Springs will go to Pasa- up ^ total bases "" m limes at il- dena for the Tournament of Ros- b:it for a - ffi4 a TMrage. Aaron had 366 tolal bases in 592 at bals for! a .618 mark while Mays had the most total bases in the circuit, 382. in 621 al bals for .615. Robinson had 51 doubles, 2 triples and 39 homers among his 208 ' - · --="-- iiuuaoj CKdie, loser 01 live :a fjir.!tL Washington de- straight-three of them close ones Montana 59-50. against top-notch opposition--wil The long junket will be made that benefits crippled children. The 183 Shrine temples own and operate 17 hospitals for the care of children whose parents can not afford costly operations. Children « memocr oi uie newiy-aiignca , ,, " : . independent Western schools.!?' 8 ' ra f s ' "J, 0 ". a " d c . rwds are treated free. Straightening twisted legs so that little youngsters may walk is Ihe prinicipal charil- ablc work of the red-fezzed fun- slers. commonly called the Independent Conference. There's no formal name yet. Both of those were non-conference games, however. Washington and Washington Stale belong to the Big Six conference. Friday, four ot the clubs sec Action. Washington is at Montana again, Weber is at Western Mon Purdue's 10-7 Loss To Miami, Year's Upset »jt?xii.-o iimuea cm ijreen to; ~r, ~* r "' **» """ " vu light points, blanked Coloradoi)TMi Pittsburgh's Bill Mazeroskij By JOHN C H A N D L E R \Lit» I'nii-orciiv fnr tha first i';TM lor the most intentional bases on ^..,,;.^J D c _ ,., N.M. Upsets CSU 56-46 ALBUQUERQUE (AP) - New . , . . . - , - Mexico limited Bill Green (,,:'«" b J'P^hed balls, 11, and tied hits. He won the slugging title in' 1961 with .611 and 1960 with .595. Robinson also was hit most of- .- ,, for their fourth victory in as many nighls over Philadelphia when they meet the Tapers in St. Louis Friday. The Steers whipped Phfladei- . - r _ rr ..,, phia 99-88 Thursday for the third have to be at ils best tonight to night in a row in Kansas Dry and end the streak against Indiana at stretched their American Basket- Manhattan, ball League winning streak to Nebraska (4-2) play at homo ' ' in a two-night series with undefeated Southern California, which The teams have an off-night Saturday and then wind up the bumped Missouri and Oklahoma|five-game series in Kansas City last weekend. Oklahoma piays at Purdue tonight and undefeated Illinois Sat- urdav. Sunday night. In the only other game scheduled Thursday, the Oakland Oaks turned back the Chicago Majors Stale University for Ihe first five minutes and pulled a 5646 upset of the nationally ranked Hams Thursday night. The five Lobo starters went the balls. 16. Eddie Mathews, of Milwaukee led in receiving bases on balls with 101 while rookie Ken Hubbs route matched Associated Prt« Spci-tj Writer "Jim-vt utn,ik ujc vuitagu iuajvia , Kansas can even its record at; 96-92 in Hayward, Calif. The vic- 4-^by upsetting Northwestern Sat- lory enabled the Oaks to move Northwestern played Colo- into fourth place as the Tapers wseciared Prt« Spertj Writer «TMay. rtormwestern played Colo- into fourth plac NEW YORK (AP)-When Miami!""*" a dos! onc at Bouldcr a "d dropped to fifth. of Ohio knocked off Purdue of thej powerful Big Ten Conference 10-7 j The ex-army mules are cxccp-|ti on tionally large - 1,100 lo l.20o| !ra H ari»e. M workhorse for pounds. They are better parade the winnerSt 5mol hered the animals than horses, says Ralph five Loixi sb*rlpr: u-pnl ilio "" lul «'"«: iu«Kie iven nuoos , , .,, . " , , ' and iCe of £m alone f. f Chica f st "»* «« «ta TM st ^1^'^^ fnT'' Stale and Gnnzaga is playing in the Eastern Monlana Tournamcnl at Hillings. The Vandals showed plenty of sparkle and brilliance in whipping (he Cougars of the Big Six. They had a 48-24 lead at intermission. ,,, OTU: ,. Rich Porter threw in 20 poinls 4. Sundown Motel 0. , Rams' Grtcn, blocking five shots, picking off 11 rebounds and scor- most double plays, 20. Among players with a minimum of 502 plate appearances, Filipe Alou. San Francisco, and AT CLASSIC LANES-WOMEN'S CLASSIC The scores: Curtis Shoos , l i n g 15 points. Claude Williams h a d TM ' 0 !,,. ints and Joe McR f San Recovering from their slow start, the Rams wont ahead ( or , Mllwauk!c ·««. ^ ' . , Blasingame, Cincinnati, grounded doubles 'rancisco compiled the highest team slugging average, .441 followed by Cincinnali .417. .400 the first time at 38-36 and Ctatiic Lanes 0; Sargent Sport " c ," r51 llmc f ^ a Shop 4. Martin Produce!)' Mack. ;1 " dll!R 42 ' 37 lvllcn Ncw M Station 3. Dodds 1: Meadow Qold'J 105 '"- r " sh cau S ht Ulem ' i a n d Plltsbur S h for Idalw. WSU's Byron Vadsel| Top loam scries: Sargent Sport KlHip 2520. hit 19. The Vandals hit a hot 53 per G F ccnl of Ihcir shols. Washington . 0 St.ilc hil M per cent. Montana mndc a late bid to Kiii'Mathcr n I siccly 2 overtake Washington, but it was- 2in't cnoup.li. Washington led 30-26 2 I .it linlflimc. The Huskies hit 52 ierccnt of thrir shots. Monlaiu llralarle Mi'lionald IVii.'iflnr 0 Idilik'a i n 0 0 0 1 Top individual series: I.-illa Mac Kent 579. Kay's jumper put the winners in. fnml 43-ir,. Four free Ihrows and a layup ion a slolcn ball broke it open. Sophomore Dave Skiing Outlook Top team game: Sargent Spo Shop W2 ; ) r , j Colorado Slate with 23 ixiin ' . DENVER (AP) - The . eac Sigafoos led!do Ski Association today gave this ! oiiio State Northwestern ts. plished the most spectacular upset of the 1962 college football. There were other upsets of ns, but the na- riters and broad- this game as the stunner in the annual year- lend Associated Press poll by a I it took precedence over UCLA's [9-7 victory ovcr Ohio State Oct. 6. .Wisconsin's 37-6 shellacking of N'orthweslern Nov. 10. and the H|14 tie between Texas and under- raled Rice Oct. 27. These were in each case and nop K\r2 i Top individual game: M a r i l y n , I O D of .ntiiMrlufin *y'l \ * hi! 31 per cent. Tim Aldrich wns high for the willi 15. Dale Easlcv of Ln . GREELEY COUNTRY CLUB LADIES The scores: Team No. 3 4, Teamj No. 10 0: Team No. 2 4. Tram No. I Tourney To Draw Some Best Teams summary of conditions at ski;Texas was raled No. 1 in the arc.is in the state. Inalion. Arapahne Basin-2 to 6 inchj Bui Miami of ihc Mid-American haso. 4 to 6 indies new snow. | Conference, enrollment 7.000 with lower chairlift and pomalifl op-ialwui 4.000 male sludenis. lio;U i crat " 1 i ; ' ;ninth - rated Purdue, enrollment Lovcland Basin - 6 to 12 inch;over '6.000. and about 13.IXX) men base. 7 to 8 inches new snow.|?ludenU;. Anil one Miami sludi-nt i,ri77.iies willi 15. Unit Easlcy of'"'- '» "· " · m n i M i . i i . i r n m no. i ALAMOSA 'AP'-Soiiu- of the No - l ;inti 2 chairlifts one-rating. j-Bob Jer.ck? scored all of his (Washington led all with 2.1 |Hiints.] 7 C: Tr; " 11 N "- 5 *· Tram Nl1 - " ;li-sl small collcso loair.s in (he JIons "'h - S to 10 ;o 13 inchileam's points I ~ " ; ' TK TM. N " * 3 ', To;im Xo - 9 1: innnitry will rciii|wie in Ihe sec.. 1 " 1 " 0 - '·' Io lc i" 1 ' 1 '" new snow.j Jcncks oi-em-d the scorin« «ill- ' ' ' ^ lnl ^ , 3 ' lTM ! N «- 4 "U annual Top' ,, ,|,c N^ta,;^"''" -Poraling. ! a Sl,v«ul [ioM o,,l in ,*' f,r' t Team No. 12 3. Team No. 6 1. .tekelnall Tc.iirn:i mi .,i( at Adams 1 Hwke'-ridM - 2 to 6 inch period. Alter Purdue went ahead Top learn series: Team No. 3 ; S| ., l( , ( . ( ,,| ( , a , , Vl . ,,-,,, ; l, aso , ,-, tl , s im .|, cs nm . smw T . i? . ;1 ^. M canu , l|() w j ( h [lu , ^ The einbt-leain HM dws nnl : '" ar "IX'ratinR. ;S3-yard pass play that won t.he 12 13 6; Bobby Richardson of the Ynn J 7 11 1B-30ikecs slolc 11 bases in 1965. He 9 5 10 8--Miwns raugh! nine times. WRESTLING TOURNAMENT Saturday, Dec. 22 GREELEY HIGH SCHOOL GYM PRELIMINARIES -- 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Adults 50c Students thru H.S, 35c FINALS -- 7:30 p.m. Adults $ 1.00 Studcntt thru H.S. 50c Top individual scries: Ilolnre M.irich 473; Pal Monfori 47.1. Toji Ipam same. Team No. il. Top individual game: VX'l:ii Marirli IflO AT BOWLORAPO- NEIGHBORS MIXED l ' s .include lasl year's champion Tan; ""vwtaxw -- 4 !o 6 inch basc.JRamc. In She second quarter v-ilh :American I'iillcui- nf Tex.is. h u t . 1 . 1 0 2 im ' llls """ """ ' to ? inrhi-s new snw.j Mu-kev Mantle ;( the YanWs i nerlhoiid - 2 t,, 4 meh hasc.ihad ,1 |.vrf.V. sh-!cn basos uvvni t« U) s indies now snou. all l i f t s ^ i i i hv.2 Hr v!o!e iitne b.i.v'* in PI* '"'ivraimi; . m .i nv .litcm-.-ls . .... snow, chair-ithc ball on the Miami 12 onUif.stalp I c a m s arc ' °i vr; "'iip ipaw Ernie Kcilerman Meil back '.entered A.-pen - 2 lo 5 inch base, 8!to his sw! line and cut loose a ': The entrants are Oklahoma 1 ' 0 '" llll ' l ' 0!; "TM' sll "'' v - N(1 1. Siskyscraper which .tt-ncks crabbed jBiipiis! of Shawnw. Hkla . Uraoi- i ' 1 "' 1 3 d'airlifls opvratmi;. J i n ' f u l l stride ivar midficld and :land Ciillrce of Uiiyioni. linva. St. A1H '" ll 'Shl»«ls - 4 to 5 inch;went all the n a y down tin- side- __ plieh.iels CiOli'i;,. ,,( Sar.la n\' |i:1S1 '- ? to w i " ( ' i "' s now snow.ilincs for a touchdown. He then The scores- r.ili'ivsl Km! and N. 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