Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 16, 1961 · Page 20
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Thurs., Nov. 16, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 21 U aD |g [_ ea fc Tj D , Montreal, i-2 .,, ires For Limon Test AULT--The Aull Bearcats, who halfback Roger Troudl-(155) and may have to play without two regulars, will.try,to end Limon's winning .streak at 37 games nt 1:30 p.m. Salurday at Limon in Ihe semifinals of (he Colorado State Class B playoffs, i Limon is in tuest of its third straight' stale crown, and last weekend the Badgers defeated Erie, 64-13, in the quarterfinals. Ault defeated Middle Park, 29-0. Guard Bill Doughty is suffering from flu and has missed practice the pasUcouplo of days. Center Clyde' Sullivan is suffering from a mysterious nose injury and has not practiced. The weather has interferred with the Bearcat workouts. Tuesday they were able to hold only a dummy scrimmage. Coach Ed Brandt is hopeful the weather will become better for the Thursday's workout. Ault's probable starting lineup: Ends Butch Trimble (150)' anc Bill. Sutherland (160), tar.!»s Monty. Woods (179) and Dairy' Woods (158), : guafds Ken Mas- Icrson (190) and 'John Syus U50) center Jake Moyer (150), quarterback Danny Bickling (133), lefl halfback Ken Ogan (152), right ullback Lynn Clary (170). 'Limon, coached by Lloyd Oas- till, employs "c single wing.of- 'ense and does not use a huddle o call signals: The Badgers thus get- in several more offensive plays during ,r gome, and also .askill feels that Ihe Badgor con lake advantage of the oppon onts 1 defensive disorganization by 'iriing up for (h» next play quick iy. : The Limon lineup includes all seniors. Trere a'e 22 seniors on he 58-playcr squad. Ault has a 20- player squad -.'.lieh includes five seniors.'Sutherlnndj Clary.-Troudt, Syes and Leland Brecs. The Limon starting lineup; Ends Lowell Huffman U47) anc Don Bender '(179), tackles 'Ken Morrison (168) and Larry Smiley (167), guards Roger Green (157i and 6mm Wright (154), center - - , -D - ~ - -Jim Weaver (181). blocking back pclitor in Ihe I960 Olympics, ABL To Discuss New Expansion CHICAGO (AP)--The American Dennis Hall (152), tailback Howard Knapp (180), wingback Jerry Huffstetler (150) nnd.fullback Bob Kanzlcr (165). Weaver, Bender and Knapp arc Limon's outstanding players. Defensively, 239-pounder Jack Monks plays middle tuard for the'Bad- gers, Ault will leave for Limon at By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The^ Toronto Maple Leafs, in and out of thn No. 2 spot in the s'alional Hockey League all season, are'In again. The Leafs jammed in two goals within' a space of 17 seconds of he last period Wednesday night and beat.Montreal, 3-2. It moved hem past idle New York into the runnerup spot. Montreal now leads Toronto by one point, and New York is Ihe same distance back in third. In Ihe only other name Wednesday night, Chicago shutout De- roit 2-0 on a pair of goals by Bill toy and the goal-tending of Glenn Hall, putting the Black Hawks in a lie wilh Detroit for 'ourth place. Youngest Olympic (CompetitorTo Be t . Denver Meet DENVER (AP)-Carolyn Wood, pretty 15-year-old tnm Oregon, who was the youngest U.S. com i:15 a.m. Saturday and will eal iunche at Deer Trail. Three school bujcs will transport (he Autt band; and about 120 total Bearcat root- be a speaker at a series of meet ings opening Friday. The sessions of the ,· National Society for Crippled Children anc Adults will continue through Tucs day.. Miss Wood, . a swimmer, will s p e a k Monday .'on the : lopic "Youth--No Barriers." She won a gold medal in an aqualic relay evert. She was a volunteer work :r in tile Oregon Easter ampalgn this year. Sea INS/DE HasKetcali League, oniy inrce ( weeks old, already has growing pains. Expansion is a main item | at a league meeting in Chicago ' Salurday and Sunday. Als6 on Ihe agenda is the 196263 schedule and plans for the ABL's first annual All-Star game, j "The league has been over- 1 whelmed with franchise applications, " says Commissioner Abe , Saperstein, who owns the Chica- ; go Majors enlry as well as Ihe independent Harlem Globetrotters. "Among cities seeking membership are Portland, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, Denver, Indianapolis, Rochester, N.Y., and Milwaukee." The A15L currently is made up of Chicago, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Hawaii, Washington, Kansas Cily and Los Angeles. Model 12 WINCHESTER Heavy Duck- 3" Jlagnum Reg. $122.00 Our Price ..JJUSiWl REMINGTON Model 870 PUMP Reg. W9.45 Our Price OUiDU BROWNING 3" MAG. AUTOMATIC Plain Barrel -- 140«0ll BROWNING 3" MAG. AUTOMATIC Ventilated Rib 1 OOiOO STEVENS -- MODEL 311 Ilouble Barrel Shotgun ,12, .16, .20. or .410 Ga. Regular 72.50 rs to Limon. Sports Briefs \ ·y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BASEBALL BOSTON, -- New York V«nkee outfitter Roier Haris. mail*- history y slagging Gl home rcnj, uas Bained he most valuable player In the Amcriran ^eaiue for IlK secord straight year. GOLF PALM SPRINGS. CallT. -- Dulch Bar. isoa lit San Francisco Increased hla ead to six strokes In Ihc National Senior ipcn with a 5-ttxJer par 67 for a 35- o!e'folal of 133. LAFAYETTE, La. -- Jlasotl Rudolph nd Jackie Cuplt each shot a Vaader- ar 67 in (ne rain to take first money a Ike Cajua Classic Pro-Amateur. RACIHC · .NEW YORK.- Gyro (M.l«, ViJnen y Briii:!o Baezj, scored by thiee quar- ers of a length, over Rose Nft In the 33,000 Vnbnrnh Handicap, al Ac,u«I'jct. PAVVTUCKET, Tl.I. - Empiric (S74») Bade his lirst Narrazansett Patfc fclar i Wr.nia« or.c in the Sclluate Purse. LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Jockey Guy Snlii/ison rode three ulnners, Ir.chidlng ?ea Jet (»ll.K» In the reature al Church- 11 Doi^T^. SAN nnUNO, Calif.-Canadlan Jockey 'aul Frey rode live winners at Tan- oran including Rarrach J. J. ($6.80) in he feature. DUCK HI HEADQU For The Best Qualit Pri SEASON OPEN! November 2i HUNTING COATS Heavy Duck Start at 8i90 HUNTING PANTS From Oi80 U.S. INSULATED KIP RUBBER BOOTS 21,95 Regular HIP RUBBER BOOTS Fron, 10.95 Insulated HUNTING r-ACS Regular 12.95 NOW 9i95 Split Palm HUNTING MITTENS Fabric Waterproofed 2,95 P , wnoccoming v.onaucr FLAGSTAFF 1 Ariz. 'AP) Arizona Stale College coacli Max Spilsbury, still laughs about an ncidenl in a football game last year. . ' When an official called a penalty against his team and tossed liis red marker on the ground, tackle Alex Amado picked it up and blew his nose. Did the official get Mad? "Ewe," relates SpUsbury, "bul he didn't know what kind ol penally lo call. S/ he didn't call one." American Foothill Liagix By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago 96, Washington 91 USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS JNTERS' ARTERS y - At Th« Lowest ;e« £ WEDNESDAY 2nd at Noon INSULATED U N D E R W E A R Scott Foam Filled 12i95 SUIT Haavy Dacro'n Filled 16,95 SUITi INSULATED COVERALLS Dacron J A AE Filled . 19,99 SCOTCH DUCK CALLS Rej. 7.60 Now 0,80 No Blowing -- Just Shake COLTS Regular DUCK CALL 2.25 HUNTING CAPS From 1,90 HUNTING SOCK* New Extended and Pnl . on D*er Announced DENVER-The^ Colorado Game and Fish Commission, at its regular November meeting,'set-an extended deer season, a postseason for deer and extended the closing date for elk hunting In two reas. An extended season was approved for Game Unit 21 -- The Douglas Creek Area -- through Nov. 19 at a llircc-dccr area. The postseason approved was for nn area in the southwestern part of the state in all of unit 72 and parts uf units 71, 73 and 74. The postseason there will run from Nov. J8 through- Dec. 3 as a three-deer area. The elk areas involved in the commission action were areas HI] and V which closcd'to elk Minting Nov. 8 instead of Nov. 3. Other regularly set poslseasons in Ihc slate include the following: November 0-19: Ute Indian Res crvalion south of Pagosa Springs, 3 deer, tribal council permit re quired. November 18-Decembcr 3: Al! of game units 25, 26, 33 and 34 and parls of units 13, 15 and 32 2 deer; all of unit 31, 3 deer; mosl of unit 43 and part of 44, 3 (leer November 18-December 17: Al of unit 42, 3 deer. November 25-December 3: North Park or units 6,'16 and 17 and part of 7, 2 deer. · December 2-10: Western part o. nit 70, 3 deer. December'2-15: Parts of units II, 12 and 13, 2 deer. December 2-31: Part of unit 20 VO permits only, .1 deer; part f units 62 and 65; 3 deer. December. .16:31: Part of uni 1, 3 deer. Two regularly set eklcnded sea ons still in progress include: Through November 30: Units 6 ind 62, 3 deer. Through December 31: All unit 41 and parls of 52 and 53 deer; all of unit 60, .3 deer. scones T COLU'MBINE-- : - FIRST NIGHTER The scores: Coot's 4, Josiins 0; Grille 3, Northern Feed and rain 1. Top .leam series: Slarlite 1912. Top individual scries: Jean Mclure 432; Barbara Carter 409; Jonna Anderson 339. Top. leam game: Northern Feed nd Grain 680. Top individual games: Barbara arlcr 178; Jean McChire 1G5 and 50; Maudic Aaron 148. COLUMBINE CLASSJC The scores: Ponca Wlwlesole 2, olumbine 1; Slrickland Supply 2, onsumer Oil 1; Capilol Pack 2, )rciling Molors 1; VFW IVi, 7lh ve. Shamrock lit. Top leam scries: VF\V. Top individual series: Lew ramwcll 643; Augy Taleynma 13; Carl Kinpshita, Bud Ducker 78. Top team game: 7lh Avc. Sliam- ock | %5. Top individual games: Augj 'aleyama 234, 222; Carl Khioshila 1 !34; Lew Bramwell 232. AULT LADIES The scores: Aull Hardware 2, ohnsons 2; Clarys 4, Helens Beauy Shop 0; Wellers 3, Diners 1; iill Cleaners 4, Burmans 0; Bclis Gambles 2. Top leam series: Ault Cleaners 775. Top individual series: Madlyn arson 538; Ro Tateyama 490; ,il Akahoski 475. Top team game: Aulf Cleaners 600. Top individual games: Lil Aka- idskl 200; MadJyn Larson 189; Ro Tateyama 187. AT CLASSIC LANES- WOMEN'S CLASSIC The scores: Meadow Gold 3, den 188-173; Bob Kern 188-176; John Sarchel 180; Norma Linden 173-1G9; Melvlna Kern 172; Arlene Slarr 160; Rene Garner 160. MONDAY MINORS The scores: Dave's Liquors 3, Jim McKinzic 0; Sundown Motel 3, Pioneer Insulation 0; Wclco Milk Lines 3, Oliver Well Works 0; C. B. Etherlon 3, Ed's 06 Serv- NEW ORLEANS (AP) - For once and for till, irrevocably and o remove all douljls, Louisiana State'* football team' will not bo n the Sugar Bowl game in New Orleans on New Year's Day. This wa,s Ihe edict from Ihe campus' at Baton Roiige Wednesday, to clarify 'any doubts that might exist in Ihe minds of an in ncrcdulous sports population In S'cw Orleans. - i , LSU Athletic Director Jim Corice 0; Miner and Miner 2, Jerome belt announced the university's Red-Dot 1; Chapln Groc. 2, Colo. Pipe Lines 1; Camera Supply 2, Spud Chips 1; Dale Vaughn Masonry 2, LT I No. 2 1; Jaycecs 2. National Cash Register 1. Top team series: Dale Vaughn 2333. Top individual scries: Fred Stulls 584; -Larry Anderson 507; i\l Hoffman 561. Top _learn game: Dale Vaughn irickson 1; Sundown Motel 3 Ray Murphy Conlr. 1; Dodd's 3, Br.nn- en's Food 1; Mack's 2, Sargent Sport Shop 2; Martin Produce 3, Classic Lanes 1. Top team series: Macks 2429 Top individual series: Lilla ,Ma( Kent 584; Helen Schluler 557; Bel 929. Top individual games; Fred Slults 227; Al Hoffman 220; Ralph McDonald 216. JACKSON G I R L SCOUTS Tile scores: Perky Pals 0, Ram- ods 2; Gay Cliums 2, Tiirco Aces Go Getters 1, Super Jcls 1: 5 in Pals 2, 3 Musketeers 0; Slick Chicks 0, Alleyg.ntors 2; 3 Hits 2, ^choppers 0; Happy Faces 1, Greeleyelles 1. Top team scries; 3 Hits 1118. Top individual scries: Sand) loover 193; Lczlic Levitt 191; Paly Neal 187. Top team game: 3 Hits 570. Top individual games: Jody At- ire 122; Sandy Hoover 107; Lcz- ic Levilt 1H. LADIES TROPHY COMPETITION The scores: 1st high game: Erna Werlz 212. 1st high scries: Carolyn Smith 572. Additjonal Area ' Goox Hunting DENVER--The Game and Fis Commission at its regular.-. N vember meeting, made a chang in the migratory bird and. wale 'owl regulations, closing one are :o the taking of geese. ' · A portion of Larimer ..Count las been closed, lo the hunting ;eese by federal regulation" Th area closed is described as fo ows: Tiie portion of Larime County closed to goose hunting is hat portion of Larimer County ying west of U. S. Highway 87 and north of U. S. Highway 34.* + * Duck ind Coot Hunting Op«m Novembtr n DENVER -- With the exception if canvasbacks and redheads, lucks of all species and coots may bi'hunted in all'but a few small areas of 'Colorado from loon November 22 until sunset December 21. Weapons permilted are shotguns not larger than 10-gaugc and incapable of holding more than hree shells. Dogs may be used to aid laking migralory game birds and waterfowl. Heads and plumage must be left on the biro's for identification purposes. Daily bag limits arc three'ducks and six coots. Possession limit is six ducks and six coots. 'No daily bag or. possession limit.shall in elude more than one weed duck and one hooded merganser. Chil drcn under 15 hunting .without license shall be limited to a daily bag limit of one duck and three coots and a possession limit of two ducks and six coots'. . A Colorado small game license and a current federal waterfow' stamp are required. ly Koenig 852.,'·· ..Top team'game: Sargent Spor Shop 874'.'.'.''.''..«j Top .individual games: Lilli Mae Kcnt,2j22; ri Agnes Cowan 215 Shirley McwilHams 207. f 'COUNTRY CLUB /LADIES The scores': 'isp'wlfers 3, Slic Chicks. 0-; Four A,ccs 2, Handicap pe'rs 1; Alley^tfa.'ts 0, Slicers 3. Top team series: Bowlfers S532 Top individual .series: Phylli Cockreil 503;' Estclle Levitt 45.1 Carolyn Davis 418. Top team game: Handicapped 717. Top individual games: Marge Ruland 137; Phyllis Cockreil 186 Estelle Levitt' 171. PLATTEVILLE VFW The scores: Pinpoppers 4, ,Q. B and B's. 0; Krazy-Bees 3, Flint stones 1; Splitlers 3, Hucklebuck 1; Wollers 3, Hanstars 1; Joker Beilyachers 0. Top team scries: LSU Out of The Boloney 2nd high game: Hazel Rchfeld 208. 2nd high scries: Kalhy Gardner iol. FRIDAY / MIXED The scores: Reichert Packing 0 Boots Auto Sales 4; Meadow Gol Campus Pharmacy 3; Quality Dairy 0, NHPO 4; Humble Oil 4 Weldorado Drug 0; Shupc Yos 4, Freds Machine Shop 0. Top leam scries: Campus Phar macy 1703. Top individual scries: jac Schuman 552; Pete Zimmerrna 514; Vern Nelson 493; (Women decision Tuesday, following what ho called a resolution by lire LSU Alhlofic Council which considered a strong indication of Ihc team lo play in an oul-of-slale bowl game if Ihe chance appeared. There arc "some hurdles involved for other bowl appearance es] such as the Rose Bowl and Ihe Orange Bowl, for LSU's Bayou Bengals, who were ranked fourth in the nation in this week's Associated Press poll. Not Mho least of these difficulties is the racial question since it has been LSU's custom not to play teams with Negro players. But Corbelt has been quoted as saying if an invitation, lo a bowl involving Negro players is ottered, tile racial question would be settled.- ^Thcrc has been no official comment from flic LSU Board of Supervisors which apparently would have to vote on such a question. One LSU official said Wednes- ay lliat. if no other bowl, invita- ons were, extended to LSQ---a ighly unlikely'situation--then (he engals would stay at home rath- · than play in the Sugar Bowl. The reasoning is Ihis: New Or ans is just 80 miles from the SU campus -at Balon Rouge and le players apparently feel there little incentive for them. Nol nly (hat, LSU has been in the ugar Bowl twice in the last three cars and there is.apparently 1U- 'e novelty involved. Sports. By Poni MolonVy Greeley and Colorado SUU College experienced beipw average football seasons and College High showed improvement. And like the Wildcats and Bears, our predictions were below par. Adams Stale is the likely winner of the Rocky Mountain Conference race, and it It does, our guess will be accurate. However, Colorado State College finished far from second place . . . iB f )K Elsie Marklcy 417, Vcra Milche 414; Ardeth Boycs 400. Top 640. "Top leam game: Humble Oil Rutgers, Utah St. Head List for Sun Bowl Bids EL PASO, Tex. (AP) -- Rulger and Ulah Stale, a pair of undc 'catcd teams, head the list o! pro: pccts for the Sun Bowl footba ;ame Kefe Dec. 30. Gamo chairman Bob Kolline Tuesday listed the Scarlet Knigh of Rutgers (7-0) and the Aggii of Utah State (8-0-1) at the to of his eight possibilities. individual games: 'Rutgers has games wilh Colgoi j ac L.and-' Columbia remaining;- -Uta Schuman 209; Don Mitchell 192; Vern Nelson 188. (Women): Ve r a Mitchell JM; Ardilh Tioyes 156 Elsie Marklcy 156;.Judy Day 155 'Cajjun Classic Golf Meet Opens LAFAYETTE, la. (AP) -- The weatherman boosted spirils Thurs. as the-$15,000 'Cajun Classic golf tourney teed,off following nearly Pinpoppers a wcck ot heavy rains. Almost two inches fell on the State'closes out Saturday agains Utah. Other teams on the list are Fin man (6-2), Memphis Stale (7-2 San Jose (6-3), Wichita (8-1. Utah (6-3) and Wyoming, whic las finished the season with 6-1 2 record. Top individual series: Carl Lin- roljing 'Oakbourne Country Club den 512; Bob Kern 479; John Ber- course Wednesday, but two prom- iising youngsters--Mason Rudolph ry 47.1 Norma Linden 459; Arlene Slarr 429; Mel"ina Kern 421. Top team game: Pinpoppers 637. Top individual games: Carl Lin- of Clarksvillc, Tenn., and Jackie Cup it of Longview, Tex.--blasted through the water wilh four-un-j dcr-par 67s in the pro-am event. The sizzling 67s by Cupit and Rudolph served notice that favorites Jay and Lionel Hebert, na- livcs of Louisiana, and staccato^ swinging Doug Sanders have their work cut out on the 6,534-yard NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday, Results Toronto 3, Monlreal 2 Chicago: 2; 'Detroit 0 Thursday Games. Montreal at Boston Friday Games No games scheduled Sports Notes | .....................j TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Hardin Simmons University, once a' kingpin in Southwcsl foolball, plans to] Lionel Hcherl won the lourney! withdraw from major footballjlast year, while Jay took the' The Los Angeles Angels pulled a big surprise by winning 70 games in their f i r s t American League season. They finished only one-half game behind Minnesota for seventh place. cellar as a matter of fact. The Northern Conference.rac* threw us for a big k»», O-jr gueit had . Aurora winning, Greeley second and -Sttrlliifl eighth- Longrnont, wen, took eeccnd and Greeley Ished sixth. Buc Welts and I Mills, Sterling cati sports Writers, have b**ri having the last laugh on vs. And if coach-of-lhe-year honors were to be presented, Sterling's Hap Miller would be .the logical winner. His. Tennessee Single Wing offense mmpletely baffled Ihe Greeley Wildcats. Windsor and Eaton did not finish as co-champions; of the Trialley: Youthful Lafayette sur- risod many, including Windsor, iiJ Bobcat Coach Torn Sutak. We did not pick the winner* n the North Central, Poudra Valley or Upper Plattt Conferences. We did pick the flrit division clubs, and we were 1M par cant correct In tne North :enfral with Erie, Eitei Park and Evani Mttfng the pace,.In 'he Poudra It was a contrast, Ault won, and we figured Wig- §ihi. and' J«hfiihiwn weuld i*t the pac«.v . .'( As predicted Grover, Galeton nd Wellington.had a donnybriok f a race in the Upper Platte.. Now for the Big Eighl, we pick- A Kansas and Colorado In that irder. The season , is far 'frcjm tver, and such a finish is s^ilJ ~ possible. After Utah knocked '*ff Colorado, such a finish is conceivable. . The Buffs mutt (till face upset craxy Nebraska and Day* Hoppmanrl-led. lerwa State, Buff enthusiast Tony Tlemann warrri the Colorado gridrlerj to watch out for (hit Iowa State single wing. * * · Ault High School principal f Al Maldin says Center football coach Ed Maxwell has nothing on'him. Maxwell has hecn "helping" his Vikings in their football games by wearing red socks. Maldin wears' a 'red thirl, black tie and red and Mack socks to, every. Baarcat 9*n^e. Coach Ed Brandt said, "J avoid Mr. Maldin's superstitions. Coach- ng the team is full-lime, and I can't spend time figuring out what ;o wear f o r . t h e next game." * * * J Eric High School will-have, a wrestling team this year. * * * Coach Joe Lindahl took a ribbing Tuesday at the Greelay Quarterback'"lub luncheon rt- garding this weekend's game In Reno. He defended himself, "We are going to Reno tor one purposa only, and that's to play football." USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AM Our Price 65,25 W I N C H E S T E R Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun .12. .1C, .20 or .$JO Ga. Regular 32.75 Our 3 Price 29,45 All Leather Lined 4.25 pr . HAND W A R M E R S Regular Size 1.39 89c ( . 3,25 pr. OTHER SHOTGUNS nt Similar Savings GUN CLEANING KITS Everything You Need Import Jon-« -Giant Size 3,50 4,50 3,50 HAND W A R M E R FLUID 27c-45c-75c GUN C A S E S 1.50,. 26.95 RECOIL PADS 1,00 DUCK and GOOSE DECOYS B I N O C U L A R S 22.95 ,. 65.00 Super X and Remington Ammunition at Reduced Prices Hunting Licenses . . . Duck Stamps . . . Small Game Regulations WE INVITE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTS AND LAY-AWAYS THE JONES SPORTING GOODS CO. 922-24-2S Stfi Av*. MMIM EL 3-3333 Game and Fish Commission Eliminates Use Fees | DENVER -- With the cost of iving and everything else going p, the Colorado Game and Fish Commission had refreshing news or the state's sportsmen. The ommission at its regular Novem- wr meeting in Denver voted to liminale Ihe use fees .charged MI department owned or operated ands and waters. · Eliminated were the parking, amping and boating fees at the ollowing department properties: ML Evans; Bonny .Reservoir in Yuma County; Willo.w Creek Reservoir and Williams Fork Heser- 'Oir in Grand Coun[y; G r e e n Mountain Reservoir in Summit County; Williams Creek Resct- oir; in Hinsdale County; Jumbo Reservoir in Logan and Sedgwick counties; North Sterling Reservoir in Hinsdale County; Jumbo Equalizer, Hennessey, Upper and Lower Hoffman, Horseshoe and Lonctree reservoirs in Larimer Couniy; Jackson Lake in Morgan County; P r e w i t t Reservoir in Washington County: and North, south and East Delaney B i f t l e lakes and Lake John in Jackson bounty. competition, sports editor George Mcl-cod of the Tucson Daily Citizen said Wednesday. He said the Abilene, Tex., school is expected to announce Us decision at the winter meeting of the Border Conference in El Paso, Tex., next month. The Cowboys have lost 21 straight games. crown in 1938. Guns, Ammanition SARGENT SHOP 1015 8th Ave. TURKEY SHOOt AT ISLAND. GROVE PARK SUNDAY, NOV. 19, 9 A.M. One trap for inexperienced ihooten FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS GREELEY TRAP CLUB Ckada, a 1-jttr-M Bryan G. T- Saisuma filly, marl* it six straight victories wh*n she won the Gardenia at Garden Stale in Camden, N. J. She has been in llw money in »H 16 starts. KM WERE YOU StE THE Two Classic Lanes Specials ·MASK CLASSIC TURKEY SHOOT Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Nov. 20, 21 and 22 $2.50 CLASSIC Separate Handicap*, for M*n and Women No Less Than Two On Ary Two I.*n«s! HANDICAP SWEEPER Starts SATURDAY, 1 P.M. Extends Thru SUNDAY, « P.M. $3.50 Three Lines On Any Two Lanes 2454 Sth AVMMM

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