Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 32
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Page 82 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Nov. 20, 1961 Playoffs Move into Championship Play By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Only one defending champion fell by Uw wayside in lasl weekend's playoffs' leading to five vision lilies in Colorado high school football. Yuma lost a M-Q A division semifinal match to I^ouisville, which will host the championship game wilh Rifle, which detcalcd Paonia Friday 7-0. Lasl weekend's action leaves four stale prep champions to be crowned this week. Two of Ihc eight teams competing have nov er won a championship. They arc Hiflc (A) and Center (D). The AAA tille won'l be decided unlil Dec. 2. If Pueblo Central wins at Longmont Thanksgiving Day, (he championship contest will be at Pueblo,'otherwise the site will be in the Denver metro- politian area.' Weekend aclion saw Peetz, 1960 winner of the eight-man Class C crown, rout Slr'asburg 64-0 in a game at Sterling. In the other C semifinal, La Vela edged Kit Carson 21-19. The teams lied 19-19 in regulation play and La Vela won a yardage playoff for two extra points. La Vela will meet Peolz at Logan County Stadium in Sterling Thanksgiving Day. In the finals last year, Peetz walloped La Vela 44-12. Lamar whipped Salida 26-0 and will play al Delta for the AA championship either Thursday 01 Saturday. Delta, the defending AA champion, was forced inlo overtime before squeaking but a 16-14 yardage playoff against Fab-view of Boulder. Limon, twice-winning defending champion, slaughtered Ault 33-0 in a Class B semifinal. Center won the other B semifinal from Norwood 51-19. Limon entertains Cen ter in the litle game next Salur- 1 day. Defending AAA champion'Lake- wood trounced Littleton 26-fl i n ' a game at Denver. The v i c t o r y sends Lakewood against East Den- crhucn si» ie.to Otttmtktr, mxle · Racino BALTIMORE - ~ ' jtrt«i HI Uf lltf-two-yeiriM boioci;! » UUnl (hre-kutli vlrtoor In tw; »!«,*» PtaHe» · futifty at Plmllco. I NEW YORK -- PrtiaJ (S16.IO) KCfnl 1- Vfcio,,-!. ih, JU.400 Gallan Ihe )19JOQ WejUtke b»adkap at Tan"LOUISVILLE, Kj. i- Mrt. lUjmradl , . . . . aiMr'i A*rollint (».« c*me from 16 ver next Saturday in an AAA scnv.ieniihs cit u« p*« to capture th« Mj.oooi ... , IClirk h»iKlk»p u OiucUll Dm* xxkd ilinal. . :' i lall mntlni. \', Sports Briefs By THE AS50CIATID PKE» ·AiKATIALi. : ,,.._.. _... CHICAGO'"-- The' 'Chicago PKVef ·lid S\. UwlJ H.v,lu lUlollllri »ti rlcM man trade lhal atnt si Qr««n, Joe Gra E»kl, Woody Saubljem' .am) Frtd La cwr of tht Haurki lo IM rackets : , i and another pll" lo be njmMl a the NBA teami cuV do\s» on Dec. 15. LAFAYETTE. La. -- ' Dou« Silijcr von tta IIS.OW C»Jun Classic »«h record-breaVInt ll-urxfer-pir 270 for holes. PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Al ' ' ° ' front Gre a nil car OENIX, ri%-er from Green AeTftf, kUled »hen nil car IHppH over durini the Bobby Bell Memorial IDO-rallt lace OWLING 1 SCORES AT COLUMBINE- WINDSOR The scores: Ehrlich Milk 3, I Inkle's team series: Scoits 0. K evators 3, Licser's Corner Drug ;' Scotls 0. K. Rubber 4, Valley Really 0; Bill's Carter Service 3, Geryc Potatoes 1. Top learn series: Scqlls 0. K. lubber 268). . Top individual . series: Duano rfartin 592; Henry Felle 577; Alex luwa 565. Top team game: Scotts 0. K. Rubber 973. Top Individual games: Henry 'elle 220; Duane Martin 213; Louis Beelen 203. COLUMBINE MAJOR The scores: Zales Jewelers 3, 7ih Ave. Sliamrock 0; Columbine Bowl 2, Weld Co. Bank 1; Macys 2, Hibbs 1; Widmaier Chevrolel 2, Me Arthur-Wheeler 1. Top team scries: Zale Jewelers 2711. Top individual series: . Paul Dumler 635; Ed Jackson 572; Bill Koohlor 572. Top team game: Weld County Bank 954. . Top individual games: Paul Dumler 238; Lew Bramwell 218; Bill Samcshima 216. CREELEYETTI The scores: 'Hart Grain 3, No. 8 Team 1; Ka Lyn Beauty 3, Lake shore Supper Club 1; Farm Air Service 3, Columbine 1; A * M Glass 3, Campus Beauty 1. Top team series: Ka Lyn Beauty 2110. Top individual series: Norma Barnaby 475; Ella Rosccrans 456; Joyce Heimbechner 452. Top team game: Ka Lyn Beau : ty 741. Top individual games: The]ma Kelly 183| Lillian- Samuels IK; Ella Rosecrans 18d. AT CLASSIC LANES- PIN POPPERS The scores: Ann Beauly Plaza 3. Dials 1; Chime pellcs 4, Telco 0; Pauls Cafe 1, Woods' Texaco Service 3; 'Hillside Beauly Plaza 3, Garden City Liquor 1. Livestock Auction Every Wednesday SUNSET SALES YARD 1730 1st Ave. EL 2-7812 Wed., NOV. 22 Starting at 12:30 All consignments appi'ecialed whether they ar large or small. Last Wednesday's sale was a fast-moving auction with good competitive bidding on ail classes o livestock. We work just as hard for small consignors as for the larger ones . . . always a fair and square dea for both consignor and buyer. Some of the consignments for the Wednesday Sale 56 hd. WP Strs. and Hfrs., 300-400 Ibs. 77 hd. W.F. Strs., 350 Ibs. . 52 hd WF Sirs., 400 Ibs. 50 hd. W.F. Hfrs. 375 Ibs. 41 hd. W.F. Hfrs., 675 Ibs. One brand. Open and bangs vaccinated. 17 hd. WF cows with calves by side. Good age cows. I hd. WF cows with calves by side. 26 hd. WF stock cows, one brand. Guaranteed I be caify. 5 hd. WF Bulls. ' 39 hd. WF Cows. One brand. 24 hd. WF Cows. One brand. 23 hd. Angus Cows. 32 hd. Mixed-cattle. One consigner, 36 hd. W.F. feeding Cows. 17 hd. W.F. feeding Cows. 8 hd. big Holstein milk cows One consigner. 30 hd. Holsfein springers and milk cows. 80 hd. Baby calves and good veal calves. 25 hd. Mixed Weigh Cows. 30 hd. fat hogs. 50 hd. feeder pigs. Several bunches of ewes and'Iambs. Listen daily to KYOU, 1450 on your dial al 6:4 a.m. for the early market reports and late consignment for our regular Wednesday livestock auction. Many lots of mixed cattle and smaller bunches will b in for this Wednesday's sale. The net dollars are what our consignors are interested in. We urge you to check the commission and selling expense on bunches and carloads at Sunset Sale Yard before you send your stock to market. There is a difference. IRVING MIDDLETON -- Manager DALE MADDOX -- Auctioneer Top team series: Woods Texaco rvlce 2135. Top individual scries: Lorraine ornaby 484; Liz Wilbclm 475; cona Goodwin* 472. Top team.game: Woods Texaco «rvkc 728. . Top individual games: Cleoha oooVine 201; Agnes'Aronold 175; iz Wilhclrri 189. .'· y LUCKY STRfKER ; The scores: Safeway 2, Equit- blo Lifc.2; Dielcrlo Contractor 4, lotir's Inl. Decorating 0; Bob's inolciim and Tile 1, Kocky Mtii. rokcrage 3. Top team series: Equitable LUe 75. . ' ' Top Individual scries: Jeanne rice 482; Hollis Shirley 468; Mai- Beck 44S. Top team game: Equitable Life 63. Top individual. games: Jeanne rice 180; Hollis Shirley 180; Marp Beck 169; Maxine Parker 163. . TUBS. TERRORS The scores: VFW No. 2 3, Long ines I; Cowan Concrete 3, Woods Dist, Co. 1; Herdman Electric First Industrial Bank .1; VFW o. 1 2, Falcon National Life Ins.; o. 2; Bob's Linoleum and Tile o. 1, Aeromotive Products Co. 3; liss Produce 3, Butternut Bread Dust-Tex 0, Golden Keg 4. Top team series: Go]Sen Keg 415. Top individual series: Lee Triii- ry 549; Jim Crabb 54«; Chuck Isen 538. Top team game: Golden Keg 128, Top individual games: Ue Trin- ry 224; Del Gorslinc 213; Burette Cain, Knyo Gettman 203. T CLASSIC-GREELEY CAPITOL MIXED Th« scores:, Sellers 0, Rejects ; Stampers 2, Luggers 2; In- pe:tors Vi, Taggers 3te; Graders Buyers .4. Top team scries: Buyers 2176. Top individual series: Bob Ap le 550; Jlnry McWMrt 393.. Top.team game: Buyers 793. Top individual games: Bob Aple 223; Elinor Root 161. ST. PETER'S The scores: Lowell-Paul Dairy Star Bread 0; Seven-Up Bottling o. 4, Knights of Columbus No. 0; Bachman's Team No. 2, xickwood Graders 2; Monarch lumbers 3, Bachman's Bums I; [nights of Columbus No. 1 2, [nights of Columbus No. 3 2. Top team series: Seven-Up Settling Co. 2518. Top individual series: Gene 'epin 570; Clifford Dean 539; Wall: Damelson 529. Top team game: Seven-Up Boiling Co. 917. Top -individual games: Gene 'epin 223; Gene Pepin 211; Bill .lerrilt 202. SUNDOWNER The scores: Wards Service 3. Goldsmith Dairy 1; Moose 909 0, Greeley Gas Co. 4; Reichert Pack- ng 1, Greeley Excavation 3; Hart 3rain Co. 3, Pepsi-Cola 1; Hogselt Lumber 3, Bray and Harrison 1, Greeley Sheet Metal 0, Ehrlich Motor 4; Gilcrest Elevator 1, Cummings Sheet Metal 3. Top team series: Hogselt Lumber 2339. Top individual scries: Wes Barnaby 538; Arnold Mekelburg 520. Top team game: Hogselt Lumber 832. Top individual games: Elmo Hays 210; Rudy Carlson 206; Arnold Mekelburg 200. rBEFOR . CHRISTMAS GETS ONE NEARER HARTNAGLE AUCTIONS LUNCH ON GROUNDS Wednesday, Nov. 22 -- 10 a.m. TRACTORS · MACHINERY · TOOLS * CATTLE DIRECTIONS: C mllet south of Longmont on highway 287 inrf '/ 2 mile west, or «ix miles north of Lafayette and y t mile weit. CARL JOHNSON, Owner WILLARD HARTNAGLE, Auctioneer Radio Program MON.-SAT., JMS A.M. over i KLMO 1040, Longmont Come in and select Hallmark Christmas cards to be imprinted with your name ... cards you can send with confidence because the Hallmark and Crown on the bad carry a message of jwr good taste "Wtien you c*re enough to send fee wry best" "Bverylhing for tho Otdco" 130} E i g h t h A v e n u e f Store-Wide B A R R I C A D E -- S A L E - . : We and The Home Light Power are putting new "faces" on the upper story of our building's.' It is necessary to barricade part of the sidewalk so the scaffolding con be put up. During this period.of con- "struction we will-have a STORE WIDE SALE with reductions in every department. Sure, you will be slightly.inconvenienced by the somewhat narrow walkway in front, but once inside the store you'll be WELL PAID by the savingssyou can make. HERE IS A REAL CHANCE TO STRETCH THOSE CHRISTMAS DOLLARS I Men's TROUSERS Our Entire Stock REDUCED BARRICADE SALE PRICED $8.89 $11.49 $13.99 Priced Too! --Also-Jackets, western shirts, sox, pajamas, sweaters, knit shirts,, neck wear arid belts SALE PRICED. Buy now for Christmas at a reduction. t 1 Men's SPORT COATS Buy Now for Chriitmai : And Save $21.85 S25.85 $31.85 $34.85 AH Sixet UNDERWEAR The Most Famolis Brand in the Notion Briefs ,....$1.10 Undershirts 89e T-Shirts $1.29. . ' All Other Underwear dn Sale -/ f » · :/ Min'f and SHOES 3 Special Groups Selected From Our Regular Stock $5 $7 $11 Other Stylet Also Reduced If SPORT SHIRTS Extra Big Selection $3.95 Shirts ,,... $3.49 $4.95 Shirti $4.39 $5.95 Shirt. $5.29 All Sizes--Other Prices From Which to Choose. Men's TOPCOATS ' Sore on One Now , For Dad's Christmas $33.85 $42.85 $52.85 Savings On Our Entire Stock I r SAVINGS ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK ^ v ;T " en /. SUITS % Sizes to Fit All Sale Priced $35.85 $44.85 $52.85 $61.85 Others YES, YOU MAY CHARGE - New accounts invited. FREE GIFT WRAPPING - Our new Christmas wrappings are in. MOR-VALU STAMPS - Will be given with all purchases as usial. BOYS' WEAR REDUCED Boys' suite, sport coats, trousers, sox, underwear, sweaters, pajamas are all Included in this BARRICADE SALE PLEASE NOTE: Every item in our stock has been reduced except a few Manufacturers' price restricted items such as--Samsonite, Levi's, Farah 0'AIIs, Stetson, Pendleton and Arrow White Shirts. Wt Give Mor-Valu Stamps tlibbs Our 50th Year 814-816 Ninth Strtrt Op«m Daily 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday Evenings Till 8:30

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