Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 17, 1961 · Page 13
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FrWajr, Not. 17, 196i GREELEY TRIBUNE P«*« 13 Buffs, Neb. To Face Muddy, Frozen Field LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) ^- The lteld-wliT.be either muddy or frozen for the Colorado-Nebraska .football 'game Saturday, officials The game bears hcaviljf ott Colorado's bid for its first Big Eight Conference championship at w*ll n.; a trip lo th« Orange: Bowl in said Friday. " |uiaml.'A Joss .for .Crioradoi-,un- . Five.inches of snow fell.on (lie beaten to league play. Would pave tarpauHivcovered Memorial Stadium turf Wednesday, night and worlitnetf labored Thursday to clear H away. Depending upon how cold the weather becomes, Athletic Business Manager A. J. -Lewandowski said Ihe (urf would be frozen or muddy. The bad wcalher dealt a blow [ orc to the box offico too. Lcwnndowsfei Ihe way for once-beaten Kansas to lie for the crown, assuming both teams win their, final games. Coach Bill Jennings of Nebras ;i said.he will start 1 (be Corn huskcrs' top .ball carrier, Hi) (Thunder)..Thornton;.at fullback where he turned In a fine perform ance agninst Iowa State last week He had been playing halfback be ·j .»» ni t i i . u-. TMTM Colorado's'defense lias been'sc said, We'll be lucky to hit 30,000 to s| Thornton's power slants -- very lucky. Colorado, slioeked by a 21-12 de-l feat from Utah last Saturday, flewl tt,,LL LI ^.1 J to Lincoln.Thursday nighl-a day D U T T S ' l l O I Q In advance ,of the Buffs' usual; .. schedule. (Joach Sonny Grandelius 1C OV \f\ was determined lo have his squad ·*» Jr *V Completely, freo of any travel cl- fects by .game time. .The Buffaloes are reported In iop physical .condition afler two By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rough scrimmages Monday and] The Golden Buffaloes 9!. Cob 8 Windup Tuesday at Boulder. Grandelius ordered .the heavy workouls in a move to iron out tire weakn esses o b v i o u s in the, performance against Utah. ado journey to Nebraska Salur lay in hopes of renewing thei 'standby reservations" for th Orange Bowl. The Buffs were bumped, at leas emporarily, from Ihe New Year' Sports Briefs [Day bowl parade when Utah up 1 IV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1A1I1ALL CLEVELAND--The CteMIand Ir.dlass traded second baseman Jotuiny' Tempi* Id Ihe Baltimore Orioles for catcher Harry OiUi..ana two other players to be earned by Dec. 15. MfAMl BEACH--A leg Bltmer.t forced NBA Champton HaroM Johnson t draw (ran a scheduled NBA light · eJutnptotuhlp boat u1!h DO'JE Janu Dec. il. Cdd:c ilachen was ic ·tiEufed [of Johnson. ' POlf '.. ·. LAFAYETTE, !«.--Doug Sanders. T)av Marr aodi Ken StllL lired l-i]ndoi--par (7 to snare Ihe first round lead i» th tl!.MO Cain Classic: i' PALM SPRINGS, Calif.--DutcS llarrl- ctnl poM«d a par 72 - t o maintain i 3 stroke lead with a S4-ho total of 205 in the Nathnal Senior Open. HOUSE SHOW. TOTtONTO-- Kalhy Kusr.cr led the L'nlt ·d Stales'to vlcCOfr i» tlie Prix dcs-Na tlBm elas* iui ' cultural Wlntei TUESDAY MIXIp Scores: Gordons 4, Giiyj Fron- ter 0; Allman Electric 3, A Ji it lass i Paint 1; HUnttrs Texaco , Caprice 1;-Gr««ley F»lnt *nd IjUtags Need Victory *Buttons For Major Bowl Bid Jornpany'J, Cmy Cn/4 t; Kimbrd iuslc J, R. ftommel Builder 3. High learn series i Gordons 1»4C'. ' High «**. r THE ASSOCIATED PRISS Undetected UUh .State's . big everything High Individual series; Men -^ Virgil W*k«m«n 5t4; Wirren Giles 534; MarV Ream £49, -Women -Edna Zyback'441) Helen ftlng *3-t; Judy Collins -4S2. High individual .gam*: Men -- lowariJ Murray 203; Wayne bul- ivan 200; 'Vlfg Wakenian 199. Women--Edna Zyback 17S; Marge leased,Friday. Sauter 167; .Helen Ring 1C2. : "' ' 4. Colo.. Earned to Shrine J.C;;AII,Stgrs ALBUQUER9UE,.N.M. (AP) -The, names of members · of East ihd W*st all-stai" (cwfb«ll. iquads or the. Shrine junior -college all itar gain* here-Dec. Z were re- WANTED SCRAP IRON 1 * P er Ton 4rJL^ and Up . Also Copper, Brass, Aluminum,' Radiators, B a t - teries, Rags. WE NEED WRECKED CARS and TRUCKS. Also. House Doors and Windows Guaranteed Highest Prices Paid. WE BUY ANYTHING, SELL EVERYTHING AMERICAN JUNK YARD EL 2-9356 : 402 5th St. set them 21-12 last week, endin heir 6-game winning string. A convincing victory over Ne- waska might do much to restore Ihe Orange Bowl committee's con- widence In the Buffs. Although Colorado would appear to be the logical .choice for the bowl if it wins Ihe Big Elghl championship, Ihe league conlract with the Orange Bowl allows the committee to make its own choice. It could select any one of the league members or go outside the Big Eight for its selection. Colorado is undefeated in 5 conference games and needs only vie orles over Nebraska and Iowa tale fo win the title. The Buffs inisli the season Dec. 1 against tir Force. Elsewhere Salurday, Missouri ilays Kansas Stale at Columbia n the only other conference game he Tigers should have little rouble getting back into the vie ory column after two Etraigh NEIGHBORS MIXED Scores: Giicrest Feed and Bean 4, Team IV 0; 7th Ave. Shamrock 3, Bachmans Inc. 1; S A Shamrock 3, Consumers Oil 1; Thompsons Garage 4, Judy's Supper Club 0; Pro Vita Co. 4, Monos 0; Baltcs Potato Co. 3, Chase Tire and Oil 1. High team series: Gilcrest Feed and Bean 1894. High team game:, Gilcrest Feei and Bean 638. High individual series: Men --· Sum Michel 544-507; \Villie Reich ert, Eddie Stevens 505. Women -Rulh Dill 517; Gladys Lchhardi 434; Marge Ruscll 442. High individual game; Men -Eddie Stevens 194; Sam Miche 193-183; Willie Reichcrt 185. Women -- Ruth Dill 201-179; Gladys Lenhart 179; Louise Hall 189. A 21-maii Squ*d from .aevei) ^^^ Western states was named to op- g[ a i c ' s pose a 22-mart squad from foilr laslern slates. An additional 10 will \K selected next w«k lo 111 out the two rosters. on. lh« Skyline Conference foot- iail program Ihn weekend. 0-Slat* needs th« victory 16 clinch » sh»re.'of. the ch»mpk»v ship with Wyoming ifor the sec- o(ld : Straight year,.Perh«p« more Importantly, the Ut«(!s need a tfi- umph to #ln a bid from a major bowl.- Despite its record, scarred only 3y .a 6-6 tie WHh Wyoming, Utah Stilb'i 'national recognition has been something less than sensational. · . ·' An iHnpressive victory ' dvci Ulah, which surprised e i g h t h ranked Colorido last weekend, varied offense in shattering Colo Confiscated By Kansas Official LAWRENCE, Knn. (APMrtar y i,6o6 offered for , sak for the Kansas-Missouri foot- iali game huve been confiscated by Laurence d' Woodruff, oVart o{ itudents at K.U. . ,,' The buttons bear the letters 'ATAP." The letters mean "All Tigers »re Pushovers,' Cleveland Trades Temple To Orioles; Gets Three CLEVELAND (AP)-Thc Clevc- (rndo of Jim Piersall to Washing- land Indians traded second base- m»n, JflHn Tentys lo ihe Bnlll- ridre Oriole^ Thursday for catcher liny Chtll and two other players o'.be named..by Dec...15. . * f*mpl«, ?2 and from Lexington,! N.C. came 'to, Clwcland tvo 'cars ago from Cincinnati where 'List year Missouri fans w«rei lie H *?"«!, National League rearing. "A11A6". buttons nt thfi all ' stor ^ onl "cop'iitkw for four wearing Missouri-Kansas game In Colum sin. That Slogan tfos "All Hawks Are Bums." Dean Woodruff said he will le-i* V ,t[?,? e ^; slroy the buttons. "These buttons have years, 1956 through -1939. lie.hit ,26t in I960 and .276 last season, against his 19-year major league Ohill, 19, played for Denver of the capstone oh Utahi symbol of poor sporlsmanship on son. But It Isn't going 'be part of both K.U. and M.U.," to be easy. Utah demonstrated he'said. "! lold-lhe sdidents that fin* balance, good depth 'artd a if they didn't turn in the buttons I'd have no alternative but to ex- rado's unbeaten record. UlahiP«l Ihe'm," This year's game will be lha, slate js M-\ for lhc sca ^ n and in the East-West series tTM'ijt 8 h j s g.j.j i n .A' 1 " H l u * r( l 11 *- Tt«| While Utah'and Utah Slate steal West holds i 3-i edge! the spotlighl, New Mexico invades Bob Sullivan of East Mississippi Fort ^ ol f tos ' f or .Colorado Stale Junior College Was selected to coach the east team. His assistants are Jim Puryear of Cisco, Tex., J.C., and Jim Crossland, Eastern Oklahoma AM. Maj. Robert Shaw of the Neiv Mexko Military Institute was named West coach with Ken Hell- A student involved in selling fins iiilloiis said the students have losl $W6 through the seizure. Only 50 of the 3,000 had been sold. University's windup of a winlcss cason. The New Mexicans (4-4-0) will be striving to recover from the shock of last week's 33-7 blasting by Wyoming. CSU, beaten nine times this campaign, gets its last chance for victory in Ihis one anc of Otero, Colo., J.C., his assist- lmy come up wi|h a afteme tf . ·fort. High team scries: T t T Dislg. «. High team game. Romero Dec- rators 814. High individual scries: J. Fisher 44; D, Morris 539; G. Romero 5l'«. High individual game: G. Romero 221; J. Fisher 306; D, Noris. 201. T CCX.UMJSINE- BARNESVILLE MIXED The scores: Pin Poppers 1, Chal- consider^bly hoist osses. Oklahoma, ered by victories in its last two games after dropping five'straight may have enough momentum t edge past Army Saturday in an other. upset. They meet in Nev. York/" ''·" : " Iowa State, which boasts the na ion's.top offensive'threat In tail jack Dave Hoppmann, will try fo the third.week in a row to pic Up its fifth victory of the season The Cyclones have won four, los [our and are 3-3 in the league They play at Tulsa. Oklahoma State, with only tw victories in 7 games, plays Hous ton at Slillwater. Kansas, still hopeful of reach ing the Orange Bowl if Nebrask or Iowa State can slop Coloradc plays at California. The Ja; hawks have won their last games. Victories over Californ: and Missouri next weekend woul give them a respectable 7-2-t sea son. HEADS I N RENTAL. R«il a potr for a day, M« for yowi«lf why H«acfi are th mojl tolkid - A^Q \oboutlut, on tveryop« i« tfie wofId. .J For The Best Quality at The Lowest Prices THE JONES c. SPORTING GOODS 922-24-28 8th Ave. Phone EL 3-3333 Ml LEAGUE Scores: Seven-Up 3, Blielz Con- })»} · actor 1; K.YOU 3, Shupc Bros -' - Present forecasts Indicate snow ant. The Baal' team: Ends--Truman t'inchurti. East Minis- Ippi J.C.; Robert Clark. D«lta (MUil . .: John Simmons. Northeastern lOfclal AIM. .. c*le»--Jbnrriy Walker, Cisco tTex) J.C.i Larry. Harwood. Tyler Te-:\ J.C.i Robert Thomaar KUJore (Tax) J.C. Guarda-Jamn 8wanu^ Eul MMsls. (K.) g 'j£; B p'a y ui ' I s*£k.. N«U?-£U|against Idaho at Moscow." The place contimroasly from July. 14. Deal is Named American Assoc. Manager of 1961 DENVER (AP) -- Ellis Cot Deal, manager of Indianapolis pennant winning learn, was named Thursday'as the American Asso and cold may have a bearing on cialion's outstanding manager of Ihe game at Fort Collins. Montana V-5) finishes its sea son with a nbn-confcrdncc game last year. He'had sev'on rime runs and balled .294 with Denver and hit .321 and 10 homers with Rochester. He storied hi major league .career nt the end of the 1950 season wilh Ihe Chi cago Cubs, and was drafted into the American Lcnguc by Kansas City in 1957. -In I960, with Detroit Chiti batted. .201 in 95 gomes. His overall major league balling aver age Is .241. .Last season the Indians were lusting for a relief- catcher to spell John Romano. To replace Temple at second, they have avail able Mike De ia Hoi and Vic Power, who could be moved then from first. .Departure of Temple and thel. on more than a month ago has emoved from Ihe current Indians' osier (he dub's Ewo highest paid slayers of 1AC1. Each reportedly arncd $30,000 Id $33,000 last Ma- NBA By THE ASSOCIATED PRESt Boston 127, Cincinnati 121 1131 '8lh Ave. 1961. Deal, 38, resident of Oklahoma City, kept Ihe Indians in first liM)"!cTi Winnlaj Kilt, MatXma (Al'a) Greclcy Sand 3, Allman Elec ie 1; Birds Liquor 1, Nifty Cafe' f . A : enne Farmer, a w a m a . . ; Hotter! Little, Perklnsto^ (Mhil J.C.i Sieve Ifewtll, Cbc« J.C. · Fnitbacxx--Joseph Ix^aeano, Pearl Hlv- er_J.C..-^Arthiir Kunlanian. Korthweat J.C. , Bd» ld«bo) J.C.i E.DU5--i^a*o -iritcox, D«ue Maamj* a.\,.,f . , ~ , . cif\e B«K«,, Rtvpra!dt(ciUf) j.c.i Bobfgalt Lnke City. A victory by Utah pennantj Deal was signed ^s JofliUOfi, TrinkJad (Con) J.C.i K4naM t . . ..-ji.-,.. -,*-,,u u,. iTnn.f n « t*r- +Ka 1QC9 V Grizzlies lost last week to Mon- They finished with a six-game tana Slate at Bozcman 10-9 but stand a good chance of ending the campaign on a winning note. Brigham Young (2-6) 'is the underdog in its non-league game at Corvallls against Oregon State. Wyoming (5-1-2) has completed its season but Ihe Cowboys have .: a vital interest in the outcome at lead. In a preseason poll of 28 spirts- writers in (ho Association, Indianapolis was consigned ot a fifth jlace finish in the six-team league. He received a unanimous vote from the spbrtswriters · for manager of the year. After winning the association , - .,._ _ Ron VEehl. Northeastern (Colo) J.C. T.rkt« -Hubert Broua. TrinMad J.C., Jerrr Uin Nr.ilip. New MoKo Mllllai AriMld TlKxtOfl. Saxta Ana (CalU) J, ill (Calif) J.C. 'T; Uar'l Hallocfc, Jtartnel] (Calif) J.C. Gaardc--Eufene Ray K a r d m i n * New Meclcc MiUlary: Jay Vesllrfelt. ttapa (CalU) J.C.i lubert Setay, Eastera Arizona J.C. Centrre--T*on ArutlH. Cerriloi (Cast) J.C.; Kecer DabMr, sag Mateo (Ca»f 'Quarterbacks--John Terok, El Camino am) J.C.; Paul Blase?, Carbon tL'tah) College wou]d give Wyoming an undisputed championship. coach by Houston for the 1962 Na tional League season. WE DELIVER FUEL OIL No. 1 and No. 2 RAY BUS Texaco Distributor ELf in 2-6100 Gr0*l«y Melt. "n Ti-' ti j , fi.- I Hafioacks--FraaVltn Kaaa, Boise J.C.; engers -3; Pin Heads 4, Chip-1 Bob Campo, vaihto (cam) j.c.i Erk* -- hurch. Staff tuish) CofEege; Deanic ««lct. McCook (Neb) J.C. BREWED WITH PURE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINGWATER. munks 0; Flinlstones 1, Gutter Runners 3; King Pins 1, Unslrik- ables 3. Ladies top individual series; Doril Bunting 397; Lena Hartwig 382; Inez Grey 349; Patty Brewer *9. Top individual games: Doris Bunting 145; I,ena Harlwig 138; Patty ; Drewer= 136. Top team series: Pin Heads 1747.. Top individual series: Chris Bunting 566; Vic Wolfe 499; Alex Hoffner 488., Top team game: Pin Heads 603. Top individual games: Alex Miner 213; Chris Bunting 200; Chuck Carlson 197. . COLUMBINE LADIES The scores: Coors 0, Garden City Liquor 3; Weld Co. Bank 3 Consumers Oil 0; Colorado Grain and Storage 0, Columbine Bow 3; Pat's Cafe 1, Jones Co. 2. Top team series: Weld County Bank '2292: Top individual series: Donna Schmidt 543; Lois Coffman 513 Joy Renkei 487. Top team game: Weld County Bank 802. Top individual, games: Donna Schmidt 191; Lois Coffman 185 Lorene Mendenhall 173. COLUMBINE JUNIORS The scores: Bennett Cleaners -1 Empire Realty 0; Columbine Bow 3, Auto Alignment and Frami Service 0; ftrike and Spare Shop 2, Moore Realty 1; Graybeal Jewelry 2, Zale Jewelry 1; Sev cnlh Aye. Shamrock 2, Columbine Cuo and Cushion ) Top team series: Columbine Bowl 2581. Top individual series: Joh Baab 556; Bob Kiser 480; Ja Schneider 464. · Top team game: Columbine Bowl 835. Top individual games: Joh Baab 194; Jerry McKinzie 189 Bob Kiser 1*2. fins, SHOP 1015 *th Av«. EL 3-45«7 Lynch, Ft. LewLc (Colo) At G A S - T O O N S By . MORRIS and SWEED "Witch That Hood, iwted -It Slip»." We watch for the little things that need our attention. SHAMROCK TRUCK STOP "Fret Pick-up and Delivery* 1 Ph. EL 2-6939 26th f t . It H i g h w a y 85 CATTLE F GET YOUR NEWLY ARRIVED CALVES OFF TO A FAST START! H*lp prevent bacterial pneumonia, shipping fever and secondary infections. : Therapeutic FEEDS provide you with a handy economical way to get high-levels of Aureomyciri and Vitamin A into cattle fast. It costs only 5c a day to start cattle on the recommended 350 milligrams of-Aureo- mycin, 6'/2C with high level 100,000 I, U. Vitamip A added. COMPARE .THESE PRICES! . ' " ' ' : ; I Aureomycin Crumbles . $15.00 for 50 Ib. bag Therapeutic FEEDS ' · ' · Dictaphone Time-Master All Newl . Fully Transistorized I With The Exclusive Dicfabelt Record! 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