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The Montana Standard from Butte, Montana • 7

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Montana Standard-Post-rT Butt-Anconda. Mootiat Saturday, Sptmbw 21. 1SSS Braves May Go jo Atlanta CINCINNATI (APWUnless Mil Ex-Giant Quarterback Charley Conerly Is Being Investigated states that would provide the club with a revenue of 1.5 million an-nuallyror the first five years. waukee civic and government of ficials guarantee a new radio and don't sec how the Braves can television contract that would at least double the current $600, rum down that offer, the source 1 annual revenue to the once-fabulous Braves franchise is said. "And I don't see how Mil waukee can match that." While the identity of the would a virtual certainty to be trans ferred to Atlanta before the start he Braves sponsors in Atlanta has of the 1964 baseball jeason.

AdurccToeto the Braves Grizzlies Have Excellent Chance lo Win When a spokesman for the not yet been definitely established there have been reports that Coca Cola, American Tobacco and Phil lips Oil are interested." By JACK HAND Lewis testified the checlu rep- 7 NEW YORK (AP) Commls-resented repayments. of. inner sanctum said this to The league was -asked if this meant Associated Press Friday:" that an Investigation was in wo- sioner rmo vocuo win. a as- roaae.W He laid "lembling all the facta" on several he and Conerly had been friends ress, he said, "Until all the facts While no definite commitment I ha been made to the Atlanta del-! OPEN 12 NOON are established, it won't be known as Big Sky's First Gridiron Championship ehecM written vy waunct u'lor many year Lewis, Memphis developer, and' far back as 1946." If a full scale investigation is war HEY, KIDS! TODAY AT 12:00 NOON See Cartoon LElus cashed oy nanes unucK con-, Jack Mara, president of the ranted." The Memphis story said Coner Giants, received a ohone' call ko, Tom Huffer has gainetf the (Editors: This Is another In a Canadian team, and he added triyr former star quartenacK or the New York Giants, a member 1 Kl -LS a a- from Conerly In Clarksdale. startingjuarterback" slor hr declared- he-metUwis-about haven'i heard me uiinf-UReTtBf- say anything like that for some sects ot football teams of the new six years ago on a plane to New -kiwi rtw i biv egation, only a complete change of heart, which is very unlikely at the moment, will keep the Braves frommoying totjantafor; next In adidtion to the fact, that the Braves officials have been sold on the idea that Atlanta is the fastest growing metropolis in the country, the big lure is a radio and television network deal involving 32 time." York; Lewis was Indicted Jan, I by the Shelby County (Tennessee) Big Sky Conference.

Todayt The Moatana Pepsi Cpi and lOe -Lewis was Indicted In January The only casualtythe Grizzlies suffered at Vancouver last week was a knee injury that may keep one of the starting halfbacks, Steve Wood, out of action up to four weeks. Bill Martin holds along with Doyle Lee Campbell frand jury on football gambling charges and is awaiting of Bassett, Ark. who died TuesH Good Prediction His prediction was correct, The Grizzlies left the field with a 16-0 victory after displaying a bruising single wing attack and a By GEORGE REMINGTON MISSOULA. MonLMUPD-For aiier pie 'Story was published. Conerly," reportedly very much upsets told Mara that Lewis was a friend of his to whom he loaned money, that he didntV know he was a gambler.

"Charley told me to tell the football -players that he never did anything said Mara. "He was very much upset alter reading the papers," day night at a veterans' hospital 1 Mart's Wrapper and 10c or I Donna Belle Basket ail IOC-Out at 2:35 the other halfback position, in Memphis. Campbeir was ar rested last Nov. 30 in an apart Frank Bam; a promising hard nosed detense. lae mtmipius rrcsa-ocmmar, in a copyright story written by James H.

White, revealed Friday that five checlu endorsed by Con-erly and totaling $9,575, were produced at Lewis' recent bankrupt- i. it. A sophomore who showed well at ment where police: said a book- Jenkins preseason optimism was LUIGI'S making operation was centered. Mm Police confiscated a book which ing the papers neanng- it sara one. or we they said contained the names of Coneriy's only connection with the Giants at present is an occasional scouting job.

a man who lost through graduation ens of the best backfields in Montana football history, Grizzly coach Ray Jenkins is an unusually happy fellow. After years of frustration in the Pacific Coast and Skyline conferences, both now extinct, Montana is finally in an athletic loop, that isn't over its head the new Big Sky Conference. And if the Grizzlies pan get past Powerful Wyoming of Jhe. Western Athletic Conference Saturday without too many Injuries, they have an excellent-chance of becoming the Big Sky's first gridiron cham Asked for comment about the checks for $3,500 was dated Nov. 26, 1961, while Conerly still was with the Giants Conerly retired In February, 1962 after playing his last game for the Giants Dec.

31, 1961 in the title game at Green Bay. He had ii f. Vancouver, probably will get a starting assignment while Wood is sidelined. The Grizzly backfield averages about 190 pounds. After Saturday's traditional tussle with Wyoming in Billings, the Grizzlies entertain North Dakota University at Missoula Sept.

28 and meet Brigham Young at Provo, Utah, Oct. 5 before opening Big Sky competition against Idaho State at the MSU homecoming Oct. 12. UST TIMES TODAY At (-cri understandable. Despite theiplack of his backfiekr rame along faster than he had'expected, and the Grizzly line, is one of the best in years.

The line averages 210 pounds and Is builtaround center Tom Hauck, a two-year letterman who held down the starting post last seasotfrJenkins regards Hatlckas a Candidate for first team Big Sky honors. The Grizzlies have a couple of fine ends in Crist Pomajevich and World's Largest ONE-MAN BAND and His Dancing Dolls Recommended by Roland Hill of Uillsway World Traveler and Author THE FUNHOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT 30 bettors Including "prominent businessmen Commissioner Rozelle indefinitely suspended Paul Hornung of Green Bay and Alex Karras of Detroit on April 17 for betting on football games, andJined Jive Detroit players $2,000 each and the Detroit club $4,000 for various violations of league report, Commissioner Rozelle said, "We became aware of it yesterday (Thursday) and Mr. Hamilton Jim Hamilton, special assistant to Rozelle) is assembling all-tbe he left me University of sippi. FRaiKcSiuama pions. With the season in km in BUTTE Packers and KC Chiefs Face Rough Boad ComECiov Wednesday Nite SURPRISE NITE 4B's Cafeteria YoURiionn CIVIC CENTER SEPT.

21 fancy, and with Idaho competing in Big Sky football this season, it would appear that Montana State is the- only club that may detour theGrizzlies from the championship- road. jBIoomy at First Ordinarily, Jenkins is true to hisprofession's code of pessi Against Detroit, Buffalo in NFL, AFL Gaines A HOLIDAY ON ICE rODUCTION Gene Leonard. George Dennis and Bruce Wallwork, each with two letters, hold down the starting tackle spots, and Jenkins has great hopes for 270-pound Mike Tilleman, the biggest man ever to play ball for the Grizzlies. Gerald Luchau and Brent Russell, each with one year of experience, hold down the guard posts. Gotey Is Workhorse Fullback Pete Gotayr who rushed 91 yards against British Columbia, appears to be the bulwark of Montana's fast developing back-jjJdHe backpd hy Dan Smel- PARAUOINT LEAS.fUUKStor only team to defeat the Packers week but the Rams are picked to Starts Tomorrow By GEORGE LANGFORD UPI Sports Writer The Green Bay Packers and win by 3 points.

in each of their last three mism. He was at the start of i i-i i The Packers are a 6V4 poinw The Steelers, second to New 1 1 1 1 1 i mini uimimo. the four favored teams hi the Na NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN! York in the East last season, en ayi nig auiing wncu ue over a squad decimated by the graduation of14 of them three-year veterans. They included his entire 1962 starting choice over the Lions at Milwaukee and the Giants are picked by 3 at Pittsburgh. With both the Packiri and tional Football League, face pivo tertam the Giants after being tal games Sunday, with the NFL held to a tie by Philadelphia in liione 723-96W wnsnn nnlv rwn-WAAkii nlrl their opener.

backfieldstandtnir-halfbacks-Ter iieeierswiniesr-aitt)er-ios or- a I The champioiTPackers, beaten The Los Angeles Rams and me ry Dillon, and Pat Dodson, quarterback Paul Miller and fullback their opener last week, must Washington Redskins -open the tie would be a difficult handicap to overcome with the 14 game schedule reduced to 12. Adm. 35c, 50e, J5e Featurette 6:30 and 9:10 7:35 DINE face the Detroit Lions, runnerup NFL's weekend card Saturday i to Green Bay In. Hie Western DM-i night on the West Coast. Both iiiepffi The Chicago Bears are favored sion the past three years and the teams were whipped soundly last OUT HUN0RI0 WM! by 4 over the Vikings at Minneso-tej-iheBaltimore Colts are -M4 over -the Forty Nlners at San EJJ Ron Werba.

I'But as spring practice progressed, Jenkins began whittling a happier tune the Grizzlies were ready for their season opener last Saturday against British Columbia in Vancouver, Jenkins was about as joyous as a football coach can get. He even wenrso faf iso pre-diet the Grizzlies would beat the Francisco; the Cleveland Browns Gary Cooper mm Pastrano Is Upset All! i nfft 3 over the Cowboys at Dallas and the Eagles 3 ever the St. Louis Cardinals The powerful Kansas City Chiefs, who have enjoyed a two-weekx rest, resume play Sunday For Meals Lunches Or U. Cm mr0 srmst wm WLm an- FIVE 'GREAT: CDrPTA pt rc ill against- the Buffalo BilLsr- whe hive had a frustrating time of it so far In the American Football League. Breakfast km Public Social" MOOSE HALL TONIGHT 8o'Clock 6'2 N.Ariiona MIAMI BEACH, Fla.

(UPD-Hard-punching Gregorio Peralta scored an upset, unanimous deci StAltfMNt PofQth McOuiit TmoeiK4 AMhony ftiUnt sion over World liglil heavyweight hnmnlnjt Wlllia- Paitl-snn HVIilao ft! MOXOM night in a nationally-televised non title fight. heavyweight champion ot Argentina, battered his way through Pastrano's dancing style opening a 1V4 inch cut under the Miami- Beach boxer's left jeye balfway into the second i.oee.TiiN. In the two other SundayAFL gamesY-Bie New- play their home-o agalnst.the Houston Oilers and the Raiders meet the Patriots in Oakland. Denver and San Diego are not scheduled -this-week; MirjoritMlhl taCOtOS NIGHTLY 8 P.M. MATINEE SAf.

2 P.M." GRAND LIVfMUSIC round mm m.i mm 1 "TAEXO CSOT' ALL SEATS RESERVED $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 BOX OFFICE NOW OPEM NEXT TO METALS BANK. 1 Wr Park I LLUU Will Be Open Buckets of Chicken 1 W- THE On Sundays A.M. TM. Pastrano who weighed 179 to Peralta's 183 abandoned his flashy stule after that and concentrated on the six-foot Argentine's flying fists. Pastrano was behind all the way.

In the third round Peralta worked on the cut and it was bleeding freely by the end of the round. It. was. Pastrano's. 12th loss in 80 fights and Peralta's 42nd win in 44 fights.

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