Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 17, 1961 · Page 12
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Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 17, 1961
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Pate 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Bowl Fever Hits College Gridders »y JACK CLARY Aiw«l*t*d PrtM Sf«rti Writer Bowl fever, an annual m»l»dy that afflicts most of the nation's lop college football teams, Is on the rampage again this weekend, testing the strong down the weak. and striking Georgia Tech and Colorado were victims last week, and .while they ·re not dead yet, ' the. .weekend tchedulc is such that !t. could cause further trouble to thehl and tome of the hottofuls. which has "revenge" fever, In ad dklon to the bowl malady. Tkt Crbnson Tide are catting a lei vent eyo'on the Rose Bowl, while also holding on to Uu Southeast crn Conference's lead wllh a 5- mark. 'Bama, 5-0 over-all, is al* being coveted by the Sugar Bowl Minnesota, winners of six'in I row after an opening game lost pits its Big Trn lead again: seventh-ranked Purdue, also t/» the move after a shaky start. The Gophers, tied with Oh'lo State for Texas, the nitkm's top-ranked tbi conference lead with a-5-0 triam, second-ranked AlabDnia-and record, have beaten Michigan fifth-ranked Minnesota seem to be Michigan State Mid low* on sue In the greatest danger, while on- eessive weeks. coming Syracuse, ranked 1011), i! by no means safe. 1 Purdue, 5-2, has beaten Iowa arid Michigan State but is saddjec fames, The Longhorns, gunning for (he with a mile-long mjury list, host spot New Year's Dny .In the loss would leave third-ranked Ohk Cotton Bowl, fan cllnch'bi .least Stale alop the Big Teh. The Buck a tie for the Southwest .Conference eyes play nonconference foe Ore Utle if they beat Texas Christian, gon. Alabama,'unbeaten In its last 15 Syracuse, back on the track afi er a rash of injuries, faces Nolr Dame, which shook, a three-game losing streak last week. Fourth-ranked Louisiana State 7-1 over-all and 4-0 in the SEC plays Mississippi State. Its bow plans will be belter known if i wins, after kayoing thoughts the Sugar Bowl earlier this week ississippi (No. 6), set to go tc receives e invitation, takes oh Tennessee (set-Victor over Georgia Tec week. Michigan State, rankec nlh. rnw|s, Northwestern in ig Ten gnme that will latkm '(o a Bowl, hHe eighth anked Colorado t stm holds the ig Eight lead, and hopes for a range Bowl bid, as it faces con rencc foe Nebraska. Rutgers, the nation's other ma i- Unbeaten at 7-6', plays Colgali A few conference^ titles are up grabs Saturday. Columbia (5-1 an clinch at'least' 1 a'share of th .7 League title, against. Pen hile' runner'sup '"Princeton an 'arvard.-bolh 4^1; play Yaie'an ro'wn, respectively. Di»ke .(! plays North. .Carolin 3-) in an :Atuwfic' Coast Confe tint .will decide'the I e; and also';;vtili; be', regional] 'levised. Utah State, 4-6-1 in II Byline loop and also eyeing pos season play, can wind up the se son -'tied with ,Wyoming- for th ead with a victory- over Uta Vyoming finished last week. Elsewhere; Arkansas,'4-1'in the WC, still hopes for a. |le,and bowl if Texas loses,' aid 1 k de- REDEL1NQS ; ^ Clarence G. Hettellngs b( Sil llelniont St., Evans; husband .ot Mrs, Emma E. RodellngB; father of. Mrs. Dorlue 0. Leach of Empire; brother ot Ray E. Redellnga of Eugene, Ore., and Mra. Verna House of Ogden, Utah. Also survived by three grandchildren and two great - grandchildren, Service) 11 a.m. Monday, lit A d a m « o n Memorial Chapel. Interment at Linn Grove. Xrtendi who wish miy make a contribution to their (arorlte charity In lieu ot (lowers. BRYANT -. .-'7 v; . · '·-. Fred L, Brrait .of Bphell Home. Father of Mrs. Irene ' O'Neal of Texas City, Tex- m, Max Bryant of Costa MM*, Calif., Mr». Kenneth (Rooerti) Orr. and Mrs. Edward (Beryl):' Sweet, both of Greeley. Brother of Mrs. Anne Mlnton and Mrs. Qoldle Gotham, both of Pasadena, Calif., -Mrs. , Bertha Kelly and Mrs. , Pearl Flick, both of Eau Claire, Wise., and Roy Burham of OreeUy. Arrangement! later. Maitoy MortMry Johnitown, Colorado : JONES Dr. Glenn Jonea of 612 Charlotte Are., Johnstown, Colo. Arrangements later, LARSON Anderi William "Bill" Larson, formerly of Johnstown, - Colo. Services 11 a.m. Monday at Mankey Chapel, Reverend Brersol will officiate. Interment Elwell i Cemetery; Johns-, town. Arrangements by Howard Mortuary of. Den' ver and Manxey Mortuary, Johnstown. FLOWERS For All Occaalonil Honitn'i Greenhouse ». 8th Avi. Ph. EL 2-5667 John and Lllla Kent -- Owners -- ·ay H vrrth th«ufht* art U flowera wh«n. rffep «:td hard Luzmoor'g Flowers KL 2-2*51 Wctt 10th St. Sports Notes THE mi GREELEY WILDCAT FOOTBALL TEAM - The Greeley "Wildcats broke even in their football games, winning four and losing four in conference play and splitting their two non-conference games. The Wildcat! finished sixth in the Northern Conference. Members of the team are: front row, left to right, Doug Scott, Steve Hopkins, Richard Peterson, Bob Papish, Don Richmond, Bob Sitzman, Co-Captain Tom Anderson, CoCaptata Kicky Booth, Jene Stencel,.Bryan Brooks, Gary Adams, Richard Johnson, Herman Libsack, Roger Smith and Coach Pete D'Amato. Second row, manager Danny Buschi manager Robb Speer, manager Bruce MacDonald, Kenny Haggard, Gary Brown, Larry Calvin, Bob Vdgara,. Butch Butler, MOte.WUwn, Bob Larson, Louie Doll, John Brower, Roger Riippc, 1 Jim Morris, Bill Inskeep, Dick Kurth and Coach Bob Kula. Back row, Dave Kaiitz, Mike Powers, Jim Baaey, Joe Slander, Tom Yackey, Daryl Bromley, Dave Hy.slop, Charles Merrill, Tom Steiner, Dick Wells, John Romero,' Nkk, Shepherd, Dean Piercy, Henry Tellez and student coach Theo Holland. Pbofo by Jim Bornemeier. State Playoffs To * Decide Finalists By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in the big school Class AAA divl- Games this weekend will determine the finalists for all Colorado igh school football titles except Mets Will Be In Thick Of Trading Mart By JOE REICHLER Ml Prvu Spvts .Wrlttr YORK (AP) -- George iVeiss, president of tho New Yorl llels, ^said Thursday ,he expectec to be in the thick of the trading marl when the major leagues ·lold their annual meeting next month! sats SMU, while UCLA, Ihe Bfg *"'"* t ' i. · Jti .. ^ , ..-. . mnfilhi ive leader with 2-0, plays Wash- igtori l-l-l/^oidhem Cal, 2-p-l, is utside, against Pitt % '' Other televised games include nd Illinois-Wisconsin. Other Saturday games: "I Have every reason to'bellevi we some trading as wel as buying at the meetings," as serted the ex-general manager o the New York Yank'ees. 1 "IJevera clubs have approached us on some of our young pitchers." o -Weiss stressed, young pitchint when he made his selections o "«· N»«onal League expendables ^ UUe "* S months. Tlie Mets then purchasee 21 players' for $1,800,000. ;"I won't ^denlity any 'of the clubs "or the players' mentioned,' iklahoma vs. Army at New York he . saH ' '' but Bs y° u kno *. we · - · can use strength at any.position I think we've got room for im Southwest: Air Force al Baylor' Pavement most any- place." . Texas A*M at Rice. · ' . I ;$* MeU ' strength, if that's th Far West:. Detroit at Arizona "8" word ' Hes ^ lheir tfteKns itate, night. Waahingtori State at ," r young pitching wil tanford. Brlgham Youn« at Ore- be.a, powerful factor in determin ;on State. Montana at Idaho. New in S where we will finisli in the M,exico at Colorado State U. Tex- The only action in the triple-A lass is the clash between Like- ood's 1960 state champions and iltleton at the Denver Public school Stadium Saturday aft' won. . The winner will baltle East, driver champion, Nov. K while undefeated Pueblo Central, the South Central League Utlcbolder, meet Longmont's Northern .oague kingpins on the same date. The championship game will be )ec. 2 at either Pueblo Or in the Denver area. In the Class A semi-fin a l.s Yuma's defending champions wil ilay at Louisville and Rifle at Pa- Hiia. The championship game Nov 25 will be at either Yuma or Lotiis- 'ille. Sallda will play at Lamar and Fairview of Boulder at Delta Sat urday in the Claw AA tests. TbV Ski Outlook DENVER (AP) -- Good to ex silent weekend skiing was prom- sed at six areas today by the Colorado Ski Information Center. The summary: Arapahoe Basin-- Good; 14-inch acked base. ' ' Berthoud Pass-- Very good; 12- nch base. Loveland Basin-- Very goods 10- to-18 Inch base. Monarch-- Very good to excel- ent; 24-iJKh packed base; IS inch- winners will settle the champiM ship riddle at either' Delta o Boulder. Delta won this es of new snow. Climax-- Fair to good; 14-inch »se; one inch of new snow. Pikes Peak-Excellent; 8-lnch packed base; 10 inches of new ait year. Class B , semi-finals, send beaten Center against Norwood at :he Center gridiron, and Ault to Limon, 'which holds the 19H title. Limon or Ault will be the lite of Auerbach Listens As Celtics Keep In Winning Ways By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With Coach Red Auerbach a Ihe helm, the'Boston Celtics hav won three straight National Basketball Association titles. Withou Coach Red Auerbach around, th crown Celts keep on winning anyway. Auerbach,-in the midst of, Peeti, defending the championship in the eight-man Clau C di- riskm, win play Strasburg, and Kit Carson will tangle with La Veta. Crimson Satan,' Sherluck Picked in Sat. Races National League race," said- th as Western at Arizqrifi. West Tex- ^year-old executive. "We've got aVat New'Mexico Stale,'night. 1 'TM Fibers, all young, who we Midwest: Miami (Ohio) -at Cin- know havf! stron B arms - Tne y are cinnati. Wichita, at Dayton. Iowa B** Miller 'Cards),' Craig Andert Michigan. Kansas State at Misson (Cards), Jay Hook (Reds), Al By TED MEIER Crimson Satan . and Sherluck, souri. Houston at Oklahoma State. Ja ckson Iowa Slate at Tulsa. MONUMENTS and MARKERS M Y«ar»'of ,Liad»r«h1p In Granite and Brenit Mofifcmtntc OPEN tUNDAYS bjr App*trttm*nt Ralph Holliiter · GHCELCY MONUMENT CO. . 1015 tth Av«. AFA's Lost Falcon Found ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- A lost falcon mascot. of the Air Force Academy football team was found Thursday in a closet at the lachclor officers' club at the Ala meda Naval Air Station: The falcon was hooded and tied . . . . :o a clothes rod inside the closet fW t"TM'"g «"1P Jones (Res). If three of them come through for us, say win goes in the $116,000 Pimlico Fu 15 games, we may turity in Baltimore, and Sher rom 10 to surprise a lot of people. "Then, of course, we have such added Gallant Fox Handicap veteran pitchers as Roger Craig Aqueduct in New York. (Dodgers) and Billy Loes (Gi- A victory for Crimson Salan ants), who should help us. We've owned by Peter Salmon's Crim also received good reports onlson King Farm, would virtually Ray Daviault, Ken MacKenzie cinch the 1961 juvenile colt cham and Bob Botz, who specialize in pionship for him, although many (Pirates) and Sherman o colls-. who .seem to have tw reached peak form with autumn weather, are rated the horses to eat in Saturday's top races on he nation's thoroughbred 2ram. Crimson .Satan, a 2-year-old luck, a 3-year-old, in the $73,000- think the unbeaten Ridan de 29 serves the honor. Crimson Satan, winner of the reports to its St. Petersburg February. relief." The Mels currently have players on their roster. Weiss said he hopes to reach the 40 $300,000 Garden State Stakes in player limit by the time the team his last outing two weeks;ago, is iree-game suspension for. push ng an official, was in theJBosto ocker rocni listening to the gaflne n'radio Thursday night as th Celtics rolled over Cincinnati 127 It was their second straight .un et Bob' Cousy, acting coach. The : Royals' Jack Twyman sopped .in 29 points in the Cincln- ati defeat, breaking into the 10, MO circle. Twyman's 10,000th wiirf of his NBA career came or he last field'goal of the firs Barter and the game was he) up while he received congratula ions. He is only the 13th player i he league's history to go'into five 'igures. Twyman'i performance wa*n't RMC Action Ends Sat. By THE ASSOCIATID PRISS The Rocky Mountain Conference ootball race finishes Saturday ·ith' Adams'State's b'id for 'a sec- nd .straight clear-cut champion- hip the'only thing in doubfi A-Slate is already assured of no ,'orse than a tie with a. record of iree victories and no losses . in onference play. Mines is 2-1 gong into the final game at Alamosa Saturday at 1:30 p.m... It was the. same situation last eason when the Alamosa Indians linched their title with a 44-14 Conquest of Mines. A-State Is a two-touchdown fa ·orite against the Miners, who are rippled by injuries. Adams is 7-1 and Mines 3-5 for the season. Other RMC teams will be play- ng their final games of the season Saturday against non-c6nfer ence opponents. Colorado Cc4leg entertains Nebraska Wesleyan a Colorado Springs. Colorado Slat College meets Nevada University at Reno. Western State College finisher campaign last Saturday. J ruins Move Up n NHL Action By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston's s t e a d i l y improving Bruins, wlwso rookie-dominated quad was the object of hoots aad manager, said the proposal was terision . early in the National relayed to him by Lazaro Koci of Hockey League season, are within Argentina, manager of former hooting distance of fourth place.(flyweight champion P a s c u a The Bruins, who managed only jPorez. TM tie in their first,I The proposed match would be ow have won four and tied one'held 'n Mar del Plata, a plush n their last seven. The latest wasjresorl city in Argentina, George tiursday night's 3-2 surprise of saM. TORONTO (AP)-The-hours are and the pay is good/, but working conditions might 5 Indianapolis Players on AA All-Star Team DENVER (AP) -- American Association pennant winner. Indi- NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. (AP) -Rutgers University, annourteed Thursday it is not interested in being considered for any p*Jt-. season football game. Albert W, Twttc'hell. directoi of athletics at unbeaten Rutgeril, said In announcing th« decision: .The hysteria surrounding bowl feelers is clouding our immediate objective, which is to whi. thi games remaining on the schedule against Colgate and Columbia." MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)-A leg ailment forced champion Harold Johnson to withdraw Thursday from a scheduled NBA light leavyweight title bout wiuVun- walen Doug Jones of New York.' The fight was set for Dec. * at he Miami Beach Convention Hnll. , Johnson said his right leg had not fully healed after surgery, Eddie Machen, heavyweight contender from Redding, Calif., was substituted for Johnson as Jones' opponent on the Dec. 2 card. ... . LOS ANGELES (AP)-A group of''wealthy Argentine sportsmen is ready to offer heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson a sizeable sum to bo* Alejandro: Lavorante in his native "country, title or · non-title, it was disclosed Thursday. Pinky G e o r g e , --Lavorante's The Mohlreal. victory pulled Boston ' vithih two points of Detroit and ( j le Chicago, both idle Thursday night ; kave "^[IWT fhich-are tied for fourth with 13 points, It also spoiled the Canadians' bid to pull out a bit in the three- earn 'race for first. The only A -call went out Thursday for big, touch males and the going price was a'basic $25 a'day'.'with bonuses up to $150. The job?. Sparring partner for , . . . - , . *"e K J U f . OUHJTUIK uaiiiwr iwr eague action left tlie Canadiens F] d ra tt ersoni training here for ust one poiftt up on second-place^i ^ 4 h e av ^ V eight title bout P M ^ A H l n .....J I n . A « l , a n r 4 ff 4UI...1-I . - J ° Toronto, and two ahead of third- place New York. Pro Football Will Become Nat'l Sport By IRWIN FRANK DALLAS, ..Tex.' (AP) -- Profcs.- sional football,, with .'.its .violent physical contact, will .become the national ' sport: of the 'United .States within 10 to 20 years, Oliver' Kuechie,''sports editor of anapolis .took top representation ^ M i l w a u k e e Journal said on the 1961 association all-star .earn when five Tribesmen and ihcir manager. Friday were named to the honor squad. Louisville .gained two berths, with each of the other four teams placing one man each. League baseball 'writers, wlw made all the select ions, gave EI- lis (Cot) Deal, Indianapolis man-^ games are too j ong .. ager, a unanimous hod as man- ot th the Thursday. Kuechle made-the prediction a 1 a panel discussion on snorts news at The ' Associated Preft Managing Editori convention. "Baseball is a declining sport," he said. "The crowds are smaller, more people leave in the fifth and sixth innings than ever before. with Boston's. Tom McNeeley. The bonuses are paid for inflict- ng various degrees of mayhem on Patterson) : ' · ' ' · '" OXFORD, England (AP)--Pete Dawkins, former 'All-America 'ootball star at West. Point, won a place on Oxford -University's rugby team Thursday and will play against Cambridge Dec. 12r- after only two scrimmages this season. ' ' ' . Dawkins, 23-year-old athlete and scholar . from Royal Oak, Mich., shook British .fans last year by winning a rugby letter after .only a.few matches. Cage Officials enough to slow the Celtics. Frank poll Ramsey h!t on a layup to give signed firsT place he Celtics a 78-76 third-period '° toad and they stayed in front the P* 0 " rest of the way. It game played in the league. sociation the "1962 National League season. Indianapolis third baseman Cliff Cook, winner of the league's most valuable player award, nosed out 3on Wert of Denver in a' close attle for third baseman. .The 1961 all-star team: First ase, Bud _Zipfel, Houston; second base, Jim Baumer, Denver; Hawks Fire Paul Seymour ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Paul Seymour was fired today as coach of third base, Cliff Cook, Indianap- ."We plan to draft two playerslpected to start against Crimson at the' minor league meetings," Satan--Obey, third in the Garden he said. "Then we hope, eitherlState, Will of Iron, Green Ticket, through'trades or purchases, lo Greek Money, Smart, and Endy- vlsio ° lead ff a ' re TM. f°V rlh iut a humane society officer said after a check that the bird was in 'inc shape. It had been eating ant drinking, he said. The bird was one of five falcons , . taken by the academy lo the foot-! 4 * 1 nin * more but the5 ! wi " have T' ball game Saturday against C»li-i to *» wortn j; of ma J° r lea S ue fornia. Air Force won 15-H. ^classification, disappeared during the game. A spokesman said the bird wi: be flown back to Colorado on the first Air Force plane going that expectrd to be the favorite in mile and one-sixteenth test. Six other 2-year-olds are ex- the St. Louis Hawks of the Na tional Basketball'Association. He w'as',.owner"Ben" Kerner's 16th coach in .Kernels 15 year's in pro ·basketball.' No successor .was named imme- diately'' by XeTner,.who, said 1 Scy mour, 33, was dismissed because Kemer felt "a change is best for all concerned and I deem it ad visible to make it at this time.' The perennial NBA Western Di - , Place Yo«r. Ord«r By Phone and Cbarce It! sympathy. . flow*n anywhtra Comfort tlic [t6reoved with sympathy flowers. They express your deepest feelings far better thon words con. ' " FHE»HER FLOWERS from Erlckion'l . . . ttttutt w. «r*w ti% 'of-'tur ntficn In mr own greenhMMa. 7)2 1 JO. i 1931 Three TiedMn Cajun Golf Play ·r BEN THOMAS LAFAYETTE, La. (AP)-Doug Sanders, Dave Marr and an unknown pro--Ken Still of Tacoma. Wash., -- fired 67s to share the lead after the first 18 holes ol the 115,00* Cajun Classic Golf Tourney Thursday. Sanders, the Georgia native transplanted'to Ojai, Calif., fin ished early with a »J4--*-under par--«n the 6,S34-yard Oakbournc County Club course and held on ta the lead until.the final four somes came in. Thei!, Marr, a J»-year-o)d Sun City, Ariz., player, filed in.-with another (7,, fonrtd almost im mediately by Still. , LiMri Hebtrt, the trumpet-play tot Ixxiltiani bayou native, .was oiie-*n*e back with a M-34-W Bob Goalbjr of Crrttai River Fla.; Jon Gustia of GlacVyn, Pa. and Booty. Brue of M l l w t u tt wrajpped up.Ws. The IM pro*; will play 11 more jlej^riday Wore Ihe cutoff of he-lkp *» pl*y»n for (he-fina^ ;vo rounds Saturday and Sunday. Pro Basketball in The five-team-division. Sherluck, the surprise winner!TM* stand 5 ' 9 r ° r " f the Belmont Stakes in June ml who then failed to win until ie Lawrence Realization m October, will be after his third straight in the Gallant Fox. They Bowling pre-season had con- Indianapolis tfth spot. After winning the As- , - Deal was olis; shortstop, Chico Ruiz, Indianapolis; utility, Don Pavletich, Indianapolis; outfield, Bill Lajoie, Omaha; Howio Bedell, Louisville, and Joe Gaines, Indianapolis; catcher, Bob Uecker, Louisville; right-hand pitcher, Hugh Pepper D a l l a s - F o r t Worth; left-ham pitcher, Don Rudolph, olis. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday Rtjulfs NBA Boston in. Cincinnati 121 ABU .Pittsburgh 106, Hawaii 93 Friday Games NBA Boston at New York Los Angeles el Philadelphia ABL Hawaii al Washington Cleveland al Pittsburgh Ksjisis City stLcs Asge!«.! San. Francisco at Chicago . Saturday (MIOM NBA Los Angeles, at Bocton : Philadelphia at Syracuse Chicago at Detroit (afternoon, TV) Cincinnati at St. Louij ABL. Pittsburgh .-vs. Cleveland «t Washington Hawaii at Washington. · San Francisco al Chicago' AT COLUMBINE- 1-11 LEAGUE. The scores: Starr Bread 3,-Ray and Bus Texaco 0; Dills Herefords 3, Garden City.Lkjjor fl::Cuffigan Soft Water !,-Phelps Const. 0; G. A. C. Finance J, Hamms 1. Top team series: Star Bread 2679. . Top individual series: R, Kaufman 582; B. Villeloe 568; A, Dor- seyS42. Top team game; Starr Breac 936. * " ' Top individual games: R. Kaujf man 254; D. Haxton Z»; B. Vit tetoe 219. Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia -- Orie- Paschal^ 187, Philadelphia outpointed Wil lie Bell, 196, Syracuse, N.Y.. 8. Los Angeles -- Emilio Flores 2814, San Bernardino, CaU., oul wioted Felon Cervantes, 115 M, Tijuana, Mexico,'10.' Lima, Peru--Mauro Mina, 177 Peru, knocked .out Roque"Maravilla, 177, Nampa,-Idaho, 5. "In 10 or 20 years pro' football has Deen a sports writer 37 years. Slate Annual Clinic, Exams The Greeley district of approved laskctball officials will hold its innual clinic and examinations at 7 p.m. November 27 at Meeker Junior High School. Prospective officials are urged :o secure rule books, case books and official's manuals from Jay Daniels, (EL 2-9056): to prepare 'or the examinations which begin at 8 p.m. Coaches and school administrators are asked to attend the meeting. Football is combative, you ; ave physical contact. People ?ant to we this because we have alway* struggled - -- tlie highest ype of struggle is physical com)al" Kuechle said. He conlrested i this with base- jail where he said "nine men are scattered on a baseball field. The litcher .throws the ball 'and, per- laps someone hits it." He predicted that the pro foot- all season, which now starts in he middle of September, wil start in the middle of August. "And we may well see pro games played at night in the mid die o! the week and not just on Sundays." ·· · -r. Kuechle also predicted lhat llii young American Football League stronger' will see the day when the AFL pi-.--j^jiuB^Ararei and the National Football League]vktory fa jh* Indian lold a world series bclweer champions of both leagues." CSC Frpsh End Season at Pueblo Colorado State .College's freshman, football team completes its season at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Pueblo College. The yearlings last week fell to Colorado State University's freshmen team, 28-8, with Ray Forbes scoring C-Stale's touchdown on a pas'; frbnrG'a'ry Cullert.. 1 ';: -. NEW YORK -- Seven Thirty' «.»» fcored by fuo knglhs in th« Uffit Royal Another, member of the panel, James Murray, sports columnist of the-Los Angeles Times, said big time boxing'in the United States would die "because of a lack ot raw material." (tt.GO) drove to Snmmer Pur«« al "AWTUCKET. RX-^U«^ ' »joi «-«i by ijaee craarlers of a. Icn^h over Boboy - - - ^ - · , t Narrazaasttt Park feature r tbY Stavat; where Bobby StavaTl 'rod* U5UISVILLE. Ky. -- Toby'l ran the USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS, · r$ «uU win the fop evnt at Tan- CHICAGO -- BoS FjrrlnfU. kadlnj haroets race driver of the sraeon, drcrve three v.injt«Tj at May^ood Tarlc to increase hlj record ·Lrr.ber of fHnners fw one year to 192. NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday R*«uHs Boston 3, Montreal 2 Friday Gamtt No games scheduled Saturday Gamn Montreal al New York (afternoon) - « . . - ! Detroit at Toronto - . Sticker Time * , Special* At GOLD'S - Com* in and SAVE MONEY on th« parts you n*«d TURKEY SHOOT AT ISLAND GROVE PARK SUNDAY, NOV. 19, 9 JIM. OiM'trap for !rrMpirknc«4 arvMUr* FREE COFFEE AND DONETS GREELEY ^RA^ CLUB

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