Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1962 · Page 10
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Fridoy and Saturday Roosevelt Schedules Wrestling Journey JOHNSTOWN - RuoseveK High and Roosevelt will enter wrestling coach Kyle Mines, Thursday announced that the Colorado High School Activities Assn. has approved a tournament to be held Friday and Saturday alter- noons here. Four Tri-Valley mat teams will compete in the tournament: host Itoosevek, Eaton, Laporte and College High. The sessions will begin at 1 p.m. ««cn day with the champion- full earns in the wrestling tournament. And the competition should keen with Uporte sporting a ·1 Tri-Valley record. College High a 1-0-1 record, Roosevelt a ·: record and Eaton a 0-2 record. Laporte will be favored, but toosevelt or College High coulc easily emerge with the championship. College High's probable lineup: ship matches scheduled to begin », Dave Oberdorfcr; 1W, Toni between J and 2:15 p.m. Saturday. The tournament will be KooseveK High in Johnstown. The tournament will give Roosevelt sports fans a busy wi-ck- end. The Rough Rider basketball team is host to a «-team tourna rncnt Friday and Saturday nights at the Milliken gym. Entered in the basketball tournament are Roosevelt, Wellington, Pierce and Laporlc. The firsl two teams meet at 7 p.m. Friday with the Pierce-Laporte scheduled (or 8:30 p.m. The third place and champion ship games are Saturday. There is one other prep tourna ment, the annual Valley High holiday tournament Friday am Saturday at Gilcrcst. The sched tile Friday: 7 p.m. Eaton vs. Val Icy High, 8:30 p.m. Galcton vs 1'iatte Valley. Eaton, ColK-ne High. Sudduth: 112, Billy Skill; 1» lloger Smilh; Candelaria; 133, Calvin Perm State Hits Weather Snag in Gator Bowl Trip By F. T. MACFf ELY JACKSONVILLE, Fl«. AP-U Pens State hu as much trouble on the football field Saturday at t did with airfields in traveling to Florida, an upset victory for he Florida Gators is likely in the Gator Bowl game. Getting here was a 30-hour nightmare for Coach Rip Engle and most of his players. They assembled at Olmstead Air Force Base near Harrisburg. Pa. Christmas Day for a charter fligh supposed to lasl about three hours. Ice and snow at Olmsteai 127, Tom caused the first change of plans GibSs; 138, The team and coaches took a bus Jim Hatch: 145. Bob Gallagher to PiUsburgh, but fog had closed lichard Taziri or Paul Pinlher; the Jacksonville airport so the 154, one of the 145-pounders listed flight was postponed until Wednes- or Dave Klingenberg; 165, Gene Jade: 180, Jim Eckersley; hvy, Eddie Glendenning. College High Coach Billy Trim)le announced Thursday that 138- ay morning. It look off then but two foggy approaches at Jacksonville result ed in rerouting the flight to Orando 150 miles to the south. A pound Dick Weist is out indefin- bus trip to St. Augustine culmi- ilely due to the knee dislocation nated the trip at 6:20 p.m. But he suffered in last Friday's meet against Valley High. Jim Hatch has been moved down to 138, and three others will bid for the 145- pound berth. Bulldog 154-pounder Dave Klingenberg has missed practice this week, and Trimble fears he may Augustine. t wasn't the end of activity. Eagle gave the squad a brisk iractice under the lights at St. Augustine High School field: then 10:15 p.m. dinner. He told the ilayers to sleep late today. The team is staying in St not be able to wrestle in the tournament. Weigh-ins will be at 10 a.m. I.;i|orte daily. ·Thin*. Dte. 27. 196* GREELEY Wilkinson Wary as Flu Fells OB Deere Jl - [_j s f ,,, To Meet Fioyd Patterson j BALTIMORE UP ! ment of a rematch between World ly IEN OLAH I The Orange Bowl tilt is one of I Heavyweight Champion Sonny Lis- Atwci*M PrtM Sfwlj Writtr | eignt BIG ones (0 ^ pla) . e(j ^jjjlon and Floyd Patterson could be in the next week. On Saturdav,j mad ! I""***' f"" PM TM« · meets with Listens adviser. Jack State. 9-1. goes againstl Ni]oil . ;,, Xew York tltv There's a good reason for Oklahoma's Bud Wilkinson to be walking around with a frown on face today. The sooner Ihe Soonerl coach hears some good news about Monte Deere the better he'll feel. Deere, who diiected Oklahoma o victories in its last seven Gator I l at | for the rematch james and to seventh-place in the "* st Texa s lational rankings, remained in a | vcrslt '- eac!l lOlel Wednesday fighting off an; atlack of flu and tonsilitis as his! earn held a secret practice for Its Jan. 1 Orange Bowl meeting Florida wound up its rough work at Gainesville Wednesday. ,'oach Ray Graves planned a inal practice in pads today ami possibly a brief one Friday to xrfect the timing. LAVER WINS DAVIS CUP PLAY - Rod Laver of Australia's defending Davis Cup team, moves in to hit the ball during his match with Mexico's Rafael Osuna in Davis Cup challenge round at Brisbane. Australia, Dec. 26. Laver won, 6-2, 6-1, 7-5. IAP Wirephoto via radio from Melbourne). Laver, Emerson Take Davis Cup Doubles By WILL CRIMSLEY |grand slam champion of amateur Aiuciittd Prwi Sports Writer tennis, who Saturday is expected BRISBANE, Australia ' AP to anno " nce acceptance °' a '»». Fiery Rod Laver and steady Roy 000 contract. Shrine game in San Francisco andL the North and South in the Blue- Gray game in .Montgomery. Ala. West Texas State and Ohio Uni- with an 8-2 record, clash in the Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex. Monday. On New Year's Day, it's South- met with the Maryland Stale Alii- '.' ' letic Commission here. . ,i,._ Both sides indicated after the-.- · session that the only major block · ·... in the path of a return bout is ths...,.- failure of Championship Sports to ' pay Listen more than $200.000 o f - . : , ; . . . . . . - . . (*«» UULUU muic moil ·JiW.VW VI ern California. 10-0. against Vis- his share of the fight receipts. ' n - with Alabama in Miami, Fla. Ok-jconsin. 8-1, in the Rose Bowl in| ahoma wound up the regular campaign with an 8-2 record while 'Bama was 9-1. Wilkinson was concerned by Deere's absence because he want- Pasadena. Calif.: Texas. 9*1, vs. Louisiana State, 8-1-1, in the Colton Bowl at Dallas. Tex. and Mississippi, 9-0, against Arkansas. 9-1, in the Sugar Bowl at New Or- -.. The governmenl seized imore than SI million from the Chicago fight for back taxes al-' '·· legedly owed by Championship · Sports. ed the quarterback to operatelleans. some new plays he intends to use I Perm State went into final prep- against the Crison Tide. The arations for the Gator Bowl game chances are. however, that Deere Wednesday night following a late will be ready for the big game. Meanwhile, the Tide flew into Miami and coach Bear Bryant reported his squad in top physical condition with the exception ol tackle Butch Henry, who was limping with a pulled leg muscle Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOLOGNA, Italy - Tommy. arrival in St. Augustine, Fia. due to bad weather. Coach Rip Engle hustled his forces to a high school]Fields. 189' 3 , United States, out- practice field and its first workout pointed Santo Amonti, 191, Italy, since breaking temporaryilO. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AQ»" ·* Emerson crushed Mexico's Rafael! Palafox. who played spectacular] Osuna and Antonio Palafox in 70 tcnnis against Fraser, obviously Bill Skill Divt Otordw Englewood, Aurora Will Host Grapplers DENVER ( A P I - Aurora and Englewood will be the sites and at separata weekends in February the dates (or the Mlh Colorado High School Wrestling Tournament. Division II school', (hose with enrollments of less than 350 students, will compete Feb. 14-16 at Aurora while the Division I ath- lcl*s w i l l grapple Feb. 21-23 at Englewood. In each case, IS youngsters w i l l be qualified in each of Hie 12 weight divisions from eight district tournaments. The defending champions arc lloniroH! and Steamlwnt Springs llert are the district tournnmcnl sites, with two wrestlers lo be Adams City. Cherry Crrck. En ilowood. Litllelon, Sheridan Unon. Westminster, Ranum. District 2 - At Mapleton High School: Air Academy. Brighton, Castle Rock. Cheyenne Mountain, Knirvic'-v. Moplclon, Thornton and Widcficld. District 3 -- At Denver George here loday tor spots on Ihe eight man U.S. wrestling tram in ac* s-prinp's Pun-American Games ii Iirnr.il. Compelilion i scheduled twice lualilicd in each weight class rom each meet: DIVISION I District Al Adams City: DU Smothers Utah 84-68 DENVER (AP) - Denver's surprising Pioneen pulled their sec- md upset of the young basket- tall season Wednesday n i g h t , smothering favored Utah 84-68 behind Tim Veiie and Denny Hodge. That senior pair accounted for £ points and a closing flurry that eft the Utcs in their wake after a close first half. Denver jumped to a 12-3 lead in he first five minutes, then the two teams staged a dogfight trough the midway point The Pioneers led 40-39 at intermission and were on lop 59-53 when V'ciic and Hodge began their scoring streak. Hodge, an East Lansing. Mich. product, pumped in 28 point while the 6-4 Vetie scored 27 and pulled down 15 rebounds. Doug Moon had 17 points for the I'les. Both teams hit 45 per cent of their fielders, but Denver had 45-31 advantage in rebounds. minutes of slashing doubles toduy. 7-5. 6-2. 6-4 and clinched for Aus- ralia its llth Davis Cup victory in Ihe last 13 years. The triumph also brought this! emus minded continent at the P la ' ed brilliantly at times, Pala- boltom of the world even wiih ihe fox nev « r onc e recovered his 'nited States in cup victories since Ihe big international tennis suffered a letdown from the first day tension. His racket, blast-hot Wednesday, was just a cold slab of hickory and catgut. While Osuna fought hard and marvelous touch. He couldn't return service with any consistency. competition was launched in 1900. ne doubles match was played Each now has won 18 limes. j|»'°re a meager crowd of «,500 A surprisingly easy straight-set' ~ sweep by the Australians follow- ng the opening singles conquest? iVednesday gave llie team a 3-0 ead in the best-of-fivc match series and turned Friday's final matches into a mere formality. In those, Osuna is scheduled to face veteran Neale Fraser and Palafox is to play Laver, the Denver L e a g u e 150 Wrestlers In Tryouts for Pan-American STILL WATER. Okla. I A P I - A field of ISO wrestlers, packed will nearly 25 NCAA or AAV chain pions. open three days «( trials mar. Ijis Animas, Pueblo Coun- Washington: scheols. District - At Alameda High chool. Alameda. Arvada. Bear Creek, Golden. Jefferson, Lakewood. Wheat Ridce. District 5 -- At Lovcland: Aurora. Boulder, Fort Collins, Fort M o r g a n , Greeley, Longmont, [xivcland. Sterling. District 6 -- At Pueblo: Palmer, Wasson. Pueblo Central. Puehlo Centennial, East Pueblo, South Pueblo. Trinidad. District 7 -- Al La Junta: Alamosa. Canon City. l,.i Junta, La- daily, al 2 p.m. nnd 7 p m., in Gallagher llnll on the Oklnhomt Kl.'ilc. University campus Four participants won Pan-All gold medals in the 1!W panics n l j Oiicago. They arc .Inn llutke of Kan Francisco find I/u Giani of Nr\v York. Iwilh a[ 15-1 pmnnl\ Dave Auble of New York at 125.5 end Jim Ferguson of San Fran Cisco ol 191 !i. Hurkc and Gmiti u n i t 11)53 iiu'ilid? ,'il heights. The pijtht w i n n e r s w i l l conniclc in Sao I\iulo. IJrit7.il, M . u l i n g next April 20. Broncos Sign C. B. Simon UF.NYF.K '.MM - The licr.vei finiiuiis hnvr MHiicd I'. II. Sinvus 2-Ti |xuml Manfnrd linrman, for llie l%.l Alllclii'ili) fmitluill He war. Ihe llnuir«s' 2lh rfraft rlii'ice .md llie -v.li i l m i c r of tlie *»i'f-n Hay Parkers in the tiunal FtKillijill Ix'.-itiuc. SiirmiK h:is plnycil center.I f i u i d and l;nil .-it Sanlcud. .incl K srliei!nli-(i lo K" in thf North li'.nn linrup in Ihe annual Seninr Hnwl R ;in )P al Molnlr. Ala.. .Ian S. RACING M:vv ( U l l . K ^ S ^ - MLmiRrrMf. 117. h~M nn tn nln Ihr I akr Vi«la plirw ftt lln- K.ilr C.IMI.IXI* A l i r \ | l | \ . I n l i l S.H,I.| A n i t a »t!t CtrJ In tU Xh Mllili-l h r.Kl« Nnl t Ivllir Ir. ?c. w.in thr I.'O.IW l'«!n* \n(.n h«n · 'rail MIAMI. !!· - IfH'l RnrtMin, »a tn. kplnrrl lotur* II rmpk*! Plrk. USE THt TKIBUNE WANT ADS ly. Rocky Kord. IMsU'ict 8 -- At Monlrose; Cortez, Dt'ltJi, Durango. K r u i I rt Grand Juncticii. Montrose, Grant Junction Central. DIVISION II District 1 -- At Holly: Chfy rnne Wells, Eads, Holly. Hugo Bowling AT CLASSIC LANES- FRIDAY » O'CLOCK The scores: Coast lo Coast Stores 4, Northern General Tire 0; Gentle Hoor Covering 4, Wei- dorado Drug 0: Irrigation and Power 4, Spike's Place 0; Mitchell Floor Covering .1. Club Lido : Nob Hill Tavern 3. Ted Meiers .Inc-Merc. 1. Top team series: Tod Nicters Linc.-Merc. 1700. Top individual scries: Ted N'ie- er 524: Elsie F.ckhardt 485. Top team game: Gentle Klooi 'overing 608. Top individual games: Carl Miller 205; Janet Gentle 165. AT COLUMBINE- MI LEAGUE The scores: Dill's Hereford? !. Moose Lodge 1: Weld Co. Lunv Kil Cnrsnii. Manzanola. McClave Uislrict 2 - At Limon: Flur cncc. Founlain, Fowler, Harrison Limnn. Ordway, Slrnttnn. DistMcl 3 - Al liiwimfield Hroomfield. Kvcrgrecn, I d a h Springs. Lifaycttc. hmisv-lle Middle. Park. Wwnllin. Dislricl 4 -- At Olalhe: Codar edge. Gunnison. llotchkisj. Nor wocxi. Nucla, Olathc, Palisade Pnonia. District 5 -- 1/xalion !o he do tcrmincd: Eaton, Kric, Cotleg 1 l l i f h . Foil Luptiin. Utporle. V«l Icy, Rnosevell Uohnslown 1 . Wfl Central. Dislricl 6 - Al link-like: Akron. Arickarcc. Itrush. Burlinglvn, huki-. tills. Wi-av. Yiim.r Offbeat Runner Named Canadian Athlete of 1962 TORONTO IAP'-Bruce Kidd. a distance runner who mystifies perfectionists wiih his ungainly and unorthodox style, was namec Canada's oulsianding athlete of 11962 today for ihe second con secutive year. The 19-year-old from Toronto who combines a brilliant scholastic record with a career in world track, received the honors from the country's sporU editors and broadcasters. A month ago Kidd whipped older and more experienced men in the British Empire Games 6-mile run al Perth. Australia, winning Canada's first individual track gold medal in international competition since 1950. He also placed third in the 3-mile run. Runner-up to Kidd in the balloting was 50-poal scorer Bobby Hull o! Ihe Chicago Black Hawks of ihe National Hockey League. in blaang sunshine, in contrast the opening day, when the singles were slaged on a damp court under laden skies and with two interruptions by rain. The Australians took charge immediately, with Laver and Emerson lashing across their services with such power that it was the eighth game before the Mexicans could get a point on heir delivery. The Aussies had won 13 straight wints on service before Osuna lunched across a point off Emer son in the eighth game. The cup loldcrs got down 1540 but pullec out the game. It was the closest they came to dropping a servici in the entire match. Skates Children's White and Black Figure Skates . .. Pr. 9.95 The Australians pulled out the game when Palafox hit two loose shots, one a wild, swinging overhead on a ball obviously going ut. In the llth game Laver lashec a volley between Osuna and Palafox (or advantage and on the next poini. sent a backhand shot zipping down the line. The ball appeared to be a couple of inches out. The linesman called it good and the Australians had their firsl service break. 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