Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 20, 1961
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Nevada Dumps CSC 17-0 In Final Game REN'O, Nev.--The.University .of O'Rourke look a king.pass from yards .|o 237. Carlson completed Nevada got revenge here Salur- day, whitewashing Colorado StaU' College, 17-0 in D Finale for both schools. The win gave the Wolfpack then first winning season since llMb, winning five gomes and losing four while the Bears tumbled U; Carlson, one which was good for eight passes in 2S atlempts and C«4wMk Stall their.ninth loss in 10 games. The Wolfpack only oulgaincd Hie visiting Bears by 30 yards, bul the Dears' inability to score ot two occasions inside tile 20-yard line cost Iliem the game. 70-Yard Drive Nevada scored its first touch down in the first quarter on a 70-i' yard drive, climaxed by a 18-yard fourth down pass from quarterback Jack Rcmvick to halfback Calvin Campbell- Center Rich Uangcl recovered a Nevada fiimWc in the final seconds of Ihc first quarter on the Wolfpack 42 after Henry Morgan made a bone-crushing lacklc. A Tom Carlson pass to end .Tim Allen was good for 26 yards and the Bears had a first down on the 15. Two. passes and two running plays netted a minus .six yards and the Wolfpack took over on the 21. 0 yards through the air, out had four intercepted* VRourke fumbled the ball and Nevada recovered on Ifs own 36 early In the fourth period, Gllntd Rivtngt The Wolfpack gained revenge or a 37-6 loss I hey suffered in Grceloy last year. Nevada outgaincd tfie Bears 267 . · · I I-- N*v«U UnlvtrtHy 7 3 I 7-1 Nevada scoring -- TDs: Calvin Campbell (1, 18, pass from Jim Renwick). Renwick IV, 12, pas:, i interception). Field Goal -- Ren wick (11, 24). PAT: Renwick (placekicks). gry Coach Sonny Grandcllus said Bowl dictate to -them, then it's Sunday night the Big Eight' Con- erence and its Orange Bowl con- ract should be investigated if his Colorado team'is bypassed for (he .11 ami classic. "I don't care what anyone says, ve're the conference . champions and we're entitled to play in the and start playing exclusively for Intercepted Passes After an exchange of intercepted passes, one by the Bears' Kcr O'Roiirke and Ihe other by Jim Whilaker, the Wolfpack, sided by a 35-yard pass pluy, advanced tc- Ihe C-Stalo 13-yard line. The Bears dug in and knockcc the Wolfpack back to the 14. On fourth down, Itenwick kicked a 24 yard field goal and Nevada led al halftime, 10-0. ' Nevada look i. 17 i' lead when Henwick intercepted a Carlson pass on the 12-yard line late in the- fourth period and ran unmolesled Into the end zone. The-Bears .cultivated a drive CU Coach Angrily Demands Bowl Bid Or Investigation Page,I? GREEL^Y.TRIBUNE Mon., Nor.,lfl, 1 Ault Fumbles Guide Limon To 33-0 Semi BOULDER, Colo,-AP)-A'n'an- Eight .is going to let the Orange about .time somebody investigated he conference and the (bowl) contract. "What's-the sense of playing for .he conference title if it doesn't lave any meaning? We might as well forget about the conference originating on" 'Iheir own 10 and behind the running of Bulcb Gardner rambled down, to the Woll- pack 18. A 5-yard penalty'and an intercepted' pass snuffed out the Bear. Ihreal. ' '*.,'' Out o) Control Coach Joe Lindahl sairl Sunday, "That it was an awful .rough ball- game and it gol out of control several limes." He was referring to several fights near tlie Nevada bench. "yfe dropped several passes which hurt us," Lindahl said..' Orange Bowl," ho said. Grandetius took issue with criii clsm.of his Buffaloes, whose only oss in eight games was a 21-12 upset by Ulah. The Buffs are ranked eighth in the nation ond are unbeaten in fcx Big Eight contests. The champion normally is the Big Eight's representative in the Orange Bowl Jan. 1, but members of the bowl selection committee currently are said to be leaning toward Kansas, whose only league loss so far was a 20-19 thriller to Colorado. · · How Can Th«y "How can ihey consider Kansas or anyone other than Colorado?" asked Grandelius. "We've beaten Kansas and we've beaten Missouri, the only other contenders," the young Colorado coach added. "If the bowl invitation." Told that Miami officials apparently have become disenchanted with Colorado off its narrow vie Lory margins over Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, Grondelius said: In Ttw Mud "We played Nebraska yesterday in the 'mud .and beat them 7-0 They didn't get a single first down against us--and I defy you to show m'e anolber team that's accom plished that in Ihis or any other season. "I don't like to say anything about Kansas or Jack Mitchell because I have a lot of respec for him and Kansas is a fine team "But I don't care where you win your games, at Ihe front or Ihe end. (of the season), it sin 1 shows up in your won-lost record B 'i I'd jusl like to remind the Orangi Bo\il people that Kansas was stil looking, for its first win after its firsfc'three games." Kansas lost to Texas Christian and Colorado and was tied by Wy oming in its slow start, but has won six in a row since then and has demonstrated an' explosive of fense. "This (Colorado) "Is a greal team," said Grandelius. ."We'l have a couple Vll-Americas -here and I'm not afraid lo play any .earn in Ihc country. "But all this talk, about taking another team is getting just a bi 1 ridiculous." V^SHBURN - jiloy Edwin Wnsliburn, 2420 110th Ave. Husband cf Mrs. Gilbert (Shirley) Dressor, Greeley. Brother of Lloyd W a s h b u r n Briggsdale; :JIre. ,Ora Doty and Mrs. jThetma Causey, both of ;GrceI6y; Mrs. Elsie Shel- iler, Brlggsdnlc: Mrs. Inez ,'Christensen, Kelso, Wash.; |Mrs. Vera Cunningham, jClarkston, Wash.; Mrs. jDorothy Rensink, Kooskin,* :Ida. Also survived by two |krandchlldren. S a r v l c . e s il:30 p.m. Tuesday, Adam- ;eori Memorial Chnpel. In- .terment Linn Grove. Committee Meets Today MIAMI, Fla. (API--The Orange Bowl committee-meets Mon., with prospects that il will seek lo line up a New Years Day football game between Louisiana State and Kansas. ''· Support was jsaid to be strong among committee members for he laic-blooming Kansas Ja'w- tawkers as Big Eight representa- ive, although Colorado is top earn of that circuit. The Big Eight is under contract o supply one team for the annual Orange Bowl game, but the bowl committee-has the choice of whichphiladelphia .... 8 7 .533 3 Big Eight'team to invile. The con- Syracuse ^..: 6 7' ;«2 - 4 erence titlist normally is bid. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS · Nation*! Association Eastern Division . W L Pet. G.B Boston 9 2 .818 -- LIMON -- The Ault Bearcats ; were ; ousled from 'the State Class B semifinals' Saturday here, losing to defending champion Limon, 33-0. All'the Badger scoring, was set "4 up by Ault fumbles, including one )\ that Limon picked up and run 36 :.·!?! yards' for the second score of Ihe game. Limon will meet Center, 57-19 inner over Norwood, for the Slate title Saturday at Limon. Fullback Bob Kanzler was the - S^^i^iiiSjIplfcSq big 8 un fw the Badgers, scoring X-^SSiffi.lifJaiMih.,** 1 four touchdown's and kicking three PICKS UP FIRST DOWN. -Limon's Jack Clanin (14) bangs his way across midfieM while an unidentified teammate tries unsuccessfully lo throw a block on Ault defender -Ken' Ogan (28). Ogan made Ihe tackle on Clanin. Ault held Limon to the fewest points .this season bul fum- '·blilis cost the Bearcats a possible upset as the ·_ 'defending champs defeated the fighting Ault eleveiV'33-0. Photo by Krash. exlra points. U In First Hah* The winners struck for 26 points in Ihe.first half and then coasted in the second half for the win. After taking a 7-0 lead when Kanzler ran around end 15 yards for the touchdown, Walt Weaver picked up a Roger Troudl fumble on ,Uwi 36-yard line and raced 1 for the second TD. The Beareals took the ensuing kickof f and marched to the Limon 1-yard line on the running of Lynn Clary and Troudt. With secom down on the one, Ault fumble( and Kanzler picked up the ball and ran all the way for an apparen touchdown. However a clipping penalty nullified the 99-yard run and-Limon had possession on thi I .-Ault 30. Seven plays "later the defending ball .on the JO. H« r«c»vertd il imself. · " . · ' · · 'Cnitat frame' i "It was the carziest game," each Ed Brandt said. "We gel on he 1-yd. line and fumble and then ten Ogan, who looked like he had a cinch TD, "dropped Ihe talll" "We just couldn't lo anylhing ight and they have a good team," Brandt said. The Bearcats played an out- landing 'game] but their fumbles osl them the game. Limon wasn't itisfied wilh a 33 point lead with inly 25 seconds left in the game. They called '.three consecutive ' ime outs in a effort to score one more lime. The Badgers used 15 men while Ault used 14. Limon had 327- yards to the Bearcats 246. There were only 'our punts in the game, Ault. FLYING TACKLE -- Roger Troudt (S), Ault . halfback, is brought down on a flying tackle by an unidentified-Limon defender.on the Badger 45-yard line. Coming up to assist Ws leammale is Jerry Huffstetler (22). Limon wfll meel Ccn-_ Chicago Packers. Deal : with 'Hawks Adanrts Sta|e First In RMC Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS |lirne ran out'on the Orediggers. The football 'season is nil over Tfjey were four yards from a! a( i OL games; completed a trade :or Hie five, members of Ihe touchdown when the final gun ' · '- -~ ' '- Sanders Sweeps Cajun Tourney LAFAYETTE, La. (AP)-Steady Doug Sanders used his now famous short'swing and methodical putting'to win'the $15,000 Cajun Classic Golf Tournament Sunday with a recordbu sting 14 under par 270 for Ihe 72'holes. The Georgia native shot : a-two under par 69 Sunday, while his ncaresl competitors, Ken Still, the unknown Tacoma, Wash., swinger; and pudgy Bob Rosburg, the PGA tour veteran both soared oveV par. · The victory was worth $2,000 for Sanders, 27, now of Ojai, Calif. It raised his tournament earn ings for 1961 to $53,665.23, $1,900 shy ot secondplace money leader Arnold Palmer. ing from their own 40 down to the -Sanders posted successive 67s in nine,' but fumblitis a^ain provedjhis first three rounds over the CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago disastrous and Limon recovered.J6,122yard Oakbourne C o u n t r y champs scored, taking a 2fl-( lead. . ' ' The Bearcats took Ihe kickof and 1 promptly fumbled with Limon recovering on. the. Ault' 34. Tli ft-'$''·· Badgers-drove down to the-Bear " eat eight. and fumbled wilh Aul ter for the Stale championship in class B after defeating' Ihe Bearcats 33-0.' Ault was plagued with fumblitis and all Badger scoring "resulted from Bearcat fumbles. Photo by Krash. -recovering. Couldn't Stand Prosperity The Bearcats couldn't stan prosperity and fumbled back o the winners 10 and two plays late had a commanding 26-0 Limon .ead..' Packers, who have won only two of -H National Basketball Associ- Rocky Mountain Conference and sounded in' their hard-fought lie final standings turned out to game. roughly in the second half after having allowed the d e f e n d i n g Cable, . Archie Dees and - Ralph Colorado's Buffaloes lost one New York 6 10 .375 Western Division game, 21-12 to Utah, in eight.and'.' ·Los Angeles 13 2 .867 are unbeaten in six Big" Eight Cincinnati 9 7 .563 Barnes. They edged Nebraska 7-0 SI. Louis _.. 6 9 .400 ANDREWS ·- Joseph Andrews of Route 3, Greelej;. Sfcniccs 2 p.m. · .Tuesday trom T r i n i t y , Episcopal Church. Tnt^r- last time out. They are ranked Detroit eighth in The Associated Press Poll. Kansas lost lo Texas Chris tian and .Colorado and was tied by Wyoming, but has won six in row since then. Orange Bowl schedule chairman Van C. Kussrow said, he planned o telephone LSU's athlelics' director immediately after the committee meeting. \LSU's Tigers moved into a No. ment Sunset Gardens. Memorial DUGQER Jess R. Dugeer o( 429 Gth St. Husband o! Mrs. Rose Bugger. Father of Ralph and Wayne Dugger, both of ^Greeley. Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday f r o m Ma*~.ys Drawing Room, Interment Linn Grove. IAV Vernon Jny of '226 Union Aye., I.aSalle. Arrangements later. Pittsburgh 7 3 .700 Chicago 6 4 .600 Cleveland 's 4 .556 1 spot on the Orange Bowl list Washington 4 6 .400 after turning down a Sugar Bowlj Western Division bid. Kansas City ...,.',6 2 .750 At Baton Rouge, La., LSUiLos Angeles 5 5 .500 Coach Paul Dielzel said his team-San Francisco . . 3 6 .333 n'as received about seven bowlllfawaii 1 7 .123 5 8 .385 )e pretty satisfactory for four of :hem. . ' . Adams State won the championship as expected by turning jack-Colorado Mines at Alamosa ast Saturday in Ihe windup, 23-17. But best of all, three of the learns, tied for runnerup honors behind unbeaten A-State. Colorado College, Western .State and Colorado Mines : all finished with 2-2 records in league play. ' Colorado Slate Colltge wound up last, losing all four of its RMC games. CSC lost its last game of the campaign Saturday"^! Reno to Nevado' University 17-0. That left C-State wilh a 1-9 record for the season. Mines made a desperate bid lo die Adams.Slate for the title but |The Miners mauled A-S t a t e players. With Ihe St." Louis Hawks Sunday night that enabled them to acquire .Si "Green ' and four other champions to pile up a 23-10 intermission lead.. The Packers gave up.Barney "The" another driv ;6ing;in the third jicriod, march Ault I I » I- I Limon 14 It 7 1-33 Limon scoring--TDs: Bob Kanrr 4 (I, 15, run; H, 2, run; II, run; III, 50, run); \Valt Weaver :i, 35, fumble recovery). PATs: Kanzler 3 (placekicks). Davis in exchange for Ihe Five The Badgers rambled down Jo 1 Ihe Bearcat 12 on a 55-yard pass lu Kanzler. The' Bearcats dug in and held and look-over o n . Ihe eight./ ' ' In {he third period scoring llireal by'the'Bearcats, Ken Ogan Iran through the .middle of the Limon defense and 1 was headed for a Club layout. Hawks. No cash was involved:' -touchdown. But Ogan dropped the Fight* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New' York^-Carlos Ortiz, '.136'.4. New York, outpointed Paolo Rosi, IS614,' New York, K. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Chicago 2 12 .143 10 · Sunday's Results Cincinnati 128, Detroit 112 Philadelphia 122, Chicago 114 AnwrkM Ltagu* ··stern Division W L Pet. G.B. Race Driver Killed Sunday game invitations bul "we'll SumUy's Results decide which bowl we will accept Pitlsburgh 10), San Francisco! . r A n«..,:nH it... n-.,l'. nn .*.*»*,. C.U.... 'or |timOS. PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)--A! Kel- jler, race car driver from Green! j,jAcres, Fla., was killed Sunday! ' when his car flipped over during Ihe Bobby Ball Memorial 100-mile race at Phoenix. Keller, 41, sped into the nornY turn at the stale fairground Irack when his Konslant Hot Special 'skidded. The righl wheel dug in ·and the racer flipped several following Ihe Tulane game Satur- 85 day." Keller was pronounced dead at Say It with fJoweri when thought* are deep and hard to express.' Luzmoor's Flowers EL 2-2851 Wetl 10th St. Blanda's Passing Keeps Oilers Ahead FLOWERS For All Occasions! i ! Associated Press Sctrts'WrhV For a pappy guy who was supposed to be washed up a month ago, George Blanda is mighty ac- live in professional football. The 33-year-old quarterback, veteran of a dozen years in pro Kansas City 100, Los Angeles 8 5 ! " ' r he Irack. The veleran racer finished fifth in the Indianapolis 500 this year.I He had survived bad wrecks in 1955 and 1957 at Indianapolis and again at Langhore, Pa., in 1937. Keller ranked fifth in the USAC national championship point stand- The only other game of importance last week was Boston's 20-17 victory over Oakland. The Pa- Iriols stayed lightly in the race for/the Eastern Division championship. They don't play Houston again this season but they do ings' this year. Sports Notes BRISBANE, Australia (AP) --; [One man was killed and 14 others ranks, showed 'em Sunday 'Ihaljplay San Diego, which makes; wer(! nur ] e( | to the ground when there's no substitute for experi-jthings equal. ^lightning struck a cricket field cncc--he threw seven touchdown] Buffalo beat Denver 23-10 in a Curing a game Sunday. 1= t'ntv--n; imew ai;vi:ii iuut-imwi»n- ajmiaiu i^vai ULHI.I tfj-*w ui u dUDnK H CamC olinOav. Hanien'i Greenhouie fi; pa sses in guiding Houston lo its:so-nhat game. Neither team is. -j n(! fe ali m a n \villiam Fox, 23, 8. 8th Ave. Ph. EL 2-5667 «: f i f ( h s(raight victory in the Amcr .. going anywhere right now and ha(1 the c ioi|,i ng i orn f r o m his - O w n e r s - *: ica " Foolba11 League. . Denver obviously will never gel j^y an(i his shoc3 ri pp ed o[f by »··*····*············ The Oilers, with Blanda either there even if it made a big ef-'n^ blast. HOME (AP) -- Italy's Abdon M-Year* of Leadership ' Granite and Bronze Monument! OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment Ralph Holtlster · R E E L E Y M O N U M E N T C O . ul5 7th Ave. jpassing for or kicking all thi;;forl. Ipoints -- he booted seven extra! Anyihing but a feeling of feilow- points-bashed New York 49-13 lojsliip was prevalent in the Hous- Pamich set Sunday a world rec- slay on top of the Eastern Di-|lon-Xew York game. There were ord for the 50 kilometer wali. His vision by a half-game. jmore fighls than Madisn Square time 1 for the 31 miles, 120!i yards The way the Oilers are moving.lGarden could afford, with thfeejwas 4 hours, 14 minutes and 4 they look like a pretty good bet players being put out for. ttwir]seconds. t'» administer the first defeat of fisticuffs. Both · benches were | The lisled world mark was set the season to San Diego, already emptied at one stage. jby Russia's Yuri I.«bss!ov with - - -- - - There were 193 yards in penal-4:16:08.6. champion of the Western Division. San Diego sailed over Dallas[ties assessed, mostly because of 24:14 Sunday for its elevenlhithe fighting. This tied a league Pamich, 28, who won the bronze medal in the 50-kilometer walk h; straight league victory. But beat-jrecord but wasn't as imporlanl as Ihe l?.st Olympic Games in Rome ing Dallas is no particular ac-'B!anda's seven touchdown lluows,!:'id tlie ha' S-jmlay at Rome .- complishment--the Texans have which broke his own record Olympic Stadium before,a crowd ios» sbc straight. 'of four set last-j'car. 'of 20,000. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 6 R E E L E Y EATON Four Generations of Service John Allnutt, Jack Allnutt Bill Aflnutt .BY INVITATION NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS

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