The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 28, 1977 · Page 3
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Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, January 28, 1977
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Page6- NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) S«lurt»y, JimeS, lt?« y ..,. v ...^ ,.-,.-. t: .y. X ^^^ __ . Trumbull Eliminates Naugatuck From CIAC Tournament _ . . .. . ...._ t ,_=-™...«™r. between first and second and ByDONPASCALE SporU Editor NAUGATUCK - A grilly pitching performance by sailor righthander Murk Dacko gave the TrumbuU Eaglet a 3-2 victory over Naugatuck High School yesterday afternoon beforeabig crowd at Breen Field. The loss by the Greyhounds eliminated them from any further competition in the CIAC Class LL tournament. Dacko scattered eight hits, striking out five Garnet batters while waking seven, but the big righthander's success cime bec»u»< of his ability to pitch out of trouble, specialty In the last two innings. The Greyhounds lent six batters to the plate in the eighth and six more in the ninth, but could not get the tying run across the plate. With Naugatuck trailing 3-lin the lul of the eighth, Jim Murphy led off the inning by Win In Triple Overtime lolling a fly ball to cenler. Bob Staulfer and JUn Thursloo followed wilh back to back singles and Ihe Greyhounds had a threat going. Dacko reached back and struck out Fran Ciprlano swinging, but Greg Woodfield walked to laid the bases. Once again the big Eagle righthander reached for something extra and got John Caspar, who had come Wo the game in the eighth, to ground the ball back to him and he casually flipped the ball to first for the out. Things looked even rosier to the ninth for the Garnet as Tom Burns led off with a walk and Frank Montoni reached on an error with nobody out. Walt Koproski layed down a perfect bunt lo advance the runners and Murphy who was the hero Thursday strolled up lo the pi ate. Dacko challenged Murphy and the youngster who has done it all season long for the Greyhounds, gave it all he had, but popped out to third base. Bob Stauffer who had Ihree hits off of Dacko, was intentionally passed and Dacko got Jim Thurston to pop lo shortstop to end the threat and the game, The contest was scoreless for Ihe first three innings with Dacko and Naugy starter Jim Foley having few problems, II was in the fourth inning however that Foley lost control and the Eagles notched their three runs. It was also in Ihe bottom of the fourth that Naugatuck tallied their pair of runs. Foley got M ike Butcaris and Dave Luckner, the three and four batters in (he lineup to pop out and ground out third to first and it looked like an easy inning for the Garnet righthander, but lhat was not to be the case. Nelson DelBianco lined a single to cenler and Paul Nicolas lined a single lo right.- Joe Shomsky hit a ball to short thai was misplayedand trumbull had the bases loaded. Foley walked Tony Galuardi forcing in one run and walked Mark Dacko forcing in another. At that point, Naugy coach Jo? Bojko called Stauffer out of rightfield, but kept Foley in the game by putting him in Staffer's spot. Stauffer, trying to put a little extra on the ball with Andrea al the plate was charged with a wild pitch as the ball scotted past Murphy and Ihe Eagles had their third run of Ihe inning. Andres, then was thrown out short to first, but Ihe damage had been done. The Greyhounds came roaring back in their half of the inni ng and except for two brillia nt defensive plays, could have even taken the lead. Staulfer and Thurston led off with back lo back singles. Cipriano (lied to center, bul Woodfield walked lo load the bases, Jim Foley then delivered a two RBI single up the middle and Naugatuck closed to within one. Tom Burns didn't waste any time and lashed a shot up the middle lhat had base hit tabled all over it, but pilcher Dacko on a brillianl play knocked the ball down, recovered and threw Burns out at first wilh both runners advancing. Frank Montoni then hit a liner between first and second and John Mace made a leaping grab that closed the door on the Greyhounds. . NAUGV NOTES - Naturally the Greyhounds were disappointedinyesterdays loss bul it was a good effort and a great season fora very young team under first year coach Joe Bojko. Six of Ihe nine players in yesterday's starling lineup will be returing next season... Jim Foley, Bob Stauffer John Caspar and Fran Cipriano have played their final game for the Garnet.., Bob Stauffer led Naugatuck wilh three hits yesterday, Jim Thurslon had two and Tom Burns Frank Montoni and Jim Foley one each .. Both the game wilh Greenwich and the contest yesterday were very exciting and many fans commented on Ihe improvement of the Greyhounds, especially in Ihe taller pa" of Ihe season . With Ihe win and the loss in the tourney, Ihe Garnel finished Ihe season with a 15-5 mark. Celts Outlast Phoenix Bv GIL PETERS "It was an outstanding Then the game started. The lead, then il goes. Then Ihe UPI Sports W/iter ballgame. I don't know how » Cellics led by nine points, 92-83, game is over (when the clock BOSTON (UPI) — Jo Jo game can be more exciting wilh 3:46 left in regulation, ran out in Ihe second overtime White was a baskefcase by Ihe than that," said Phoenix coach From Ihat point, former Celtic only to be restarted with one lime it was over; coach Tom John MacLeod. "There are Paul Westphal scored nine second left, bul Gar (Heard) Heinsohn swooned from exhaus- some things lhat happened on points lo bring the Suns to a 93- hils a tough shot. Arrrgli tion; and John Havlicek mul- "•-• ' "••• ' —••'<«"'• <*'«« HiHn'i know w) lhat court -that I couldn't lered he had never seen believe, there were so many anything of Ihe kind in his 14 ihlngs you could talk aboul; Oust lake your pick." Celtics . Lei's start wilh years of pro basketball. And if Ihe Boston 95 lie. didn'l know what to do." The score was knotted again, Heinsohn, Irying to stay calm 101-101. afler Ihe firsl five- on Ihe bench, withered from Ihe - minule overtime bul Ihe Cellics heat and pressure of Ihe una 11 uie DOMUU wuura . UHS siari wun Boston's seemed to have Ihe game conlesl. The Boston coach were stunned by Ihe goings-on, .pmoking fast break thai put salted away with one second collapsed in Ihe Celtics locker- think how the Phoenix Suns felt jPhoenix behind by 20 points 10 lelt in the second overtime room from exhaustion and after mounting six startling minuies into the game. Boston when Havlicek (22 points) hit dehydration but was expected comebacks only lo lose the built Ihe lead to 22 points, 42-20, an 18-tool bank shol. to be ready for bench duty on nationally lelevised fiflh game before Ihe hard-nosed Suns Phoenix coach John MacLeod Sunday, of the NBA playoffs, 128-126, in brought Ihe advantage quickly Ihen called a time out it didn't Iriple overtime. down lo seven points. Boston have, and was assessed a • •• technical foul that proved Boston tries to wrap up its fattened the margin to 16 13lh league lille Sunday afler- points, 6145, at halftime but the noon (3:30 EDT) before another Suns outhuslled Boslon to tie national television audience and the game, 68-68, midway 14,000 fans in Phoenix. through Ihe Ulird period. Rangers Drub Tigers, 14-3 beneficial. Jo Jo While made Ihe free Ihrow lo give Boslon a 112-110 lead but the Suns got to pass Ihe ball in from midcourt instead of behind its own basket. The pass went to Gar Heard who popped a 20-footer in to retle Ihe game. In Ihe second overtime, Utouglu White and unlikely hero Glenn McDonald scored six points apiece lo win Ihe game. Havlicek- walked around the lockerroom mutlering, "I've never been in a game like thai. They came up with shots that were unbelievable, as we did ' Almost as unbelievable were two mob scenes on the court by overzealous fans. The first outburst came after Havlicek's apparent game-winning basket at the end of the second overtime. One fan was hauled away after swinging at referee Richie Powers, who landed some good punches of his own. The second came after the Even after Boston took a 128- game wueii ULUIUICUJ u^j^v.^ three hils and a run before 124 lead with 30 seconds left, tors stormed Ihe Cellics and exiling in the sevenlh, with a the Suns almost pulled off jostled each other. Powers was pulled leg muscle. another miracle. Westphal, who punched lo the ground and wanled lo fighl our players." Despile Ihe abuse they took, the Suns want to come back to Boston one more lime. If Ihey win Sunday, they will meel the Purtzer Leading Bicentennial Golf game when hundreds of specta- By JOE FROHLINGER " UFI Sporls Wrilcr Danny Thompson, who went pulled leg muscle. anolner miracle, westpnai, wno puncnea iu UK E ium.u a..* to Texas along wi(h.Bert., In other games, Oakland beat lied teammate. Ricky Sobers landed on a television newsman Blvievcn three days ago, went New York, 6-4, In.'ll, .innings, .with 25.points, made two more who suffered a knee injury. 4.foM Friday night, hil a rare Minnespla outlasted Baltimore, baskets, the last 15 seconds to "They ought lo have better home run and drove in four 8-6, in 1 10 innings, Chicago play but White, who led all protection," said MacLeod, stopped Cleveland, 4-1, Kansas scorers with 33 poinls, dribbled "They were just lucky nobody City nipped Milwaukee, 4-3, in out Ihe clock. ' got hurt. Everybody (fans) 10 innings, and California edged Dave Cowens added 2$ points Boslon, 5-4, in 10 innings. for Boston and Paul Silas 17 In the National League, it while Curtis Perry added 23 for was Pittsburgh 7 San Diego 2, phoenix. Houston I.Chicago 0, Cincinnati "I don't remember no part of „.„ „„—,, ...-, 11 St. Louis 2, Atlanta 2 it," said a dazed White trying Celtics next Wednesday night (9 Montreal 0, San Francisco 5 to recall Ihe events of the 63- p.m.) in the seventh game from Philadelphia 1 and New York 11 minutes "It lakes a little bit Boston Garden. Us Angeles 0. oul of you when you have a Twins 8, Ortoltt 6: Larry Hisle's Iwo-run homer enabled him lo hit for Ihe cycle as he drove in four runs and lifled Ihe Twins over Ihe Orioles. Tempers flared in Ihe second inning bul no blows landed as Lee May was brushed back Iwice by Twins By ED McFALL Friday because of the gallery starter Dave Goltt May PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - he collecled during the round, charged the mound but the pair Jacqueline Purtier hasn'l seen in w hich he made Ihe turn at were pulled apart by umpires much of her husband the past two-under but suffered two and May was ejected. l*» days and she couldn't be bogeys on Ihe back nine. An«Is 5 Red Sox 4: happier about il. Rodriguez, who has had Bill Melton senl the Red Sox Husband Tom took a one- rounds of 69 and 68, allracls reeling when he singled home stroke lead into today's third galleries naturally but said he Rusty Torres in Ihe 10th Ron round of the Bicentennial Golf hasn't been joking wilh them as Jackson hit Ihe^first homer in Classic and is starting lo he used lo because he hasn'l 19 games for California in Ihe »ltr«ct something he never had been playing well and had been sixth his first in Ihe majors, much of before-a gallery. thinking about quilting Uie tour. Mickey Scott gained the win, The 24-year-old Purtzer, just "i|' s hard for a monkey to his first of the season completing his rookie year on dance without a banana, Royals4 Brewen 3: the-pro lour, has never won a Rodriguez said when asked if Hal McRae's lOth-lnning dou- major pro tournament and he still clowns for his fans. But Je helped Dennis Leonard earn «med only a little less than the popular golfer couldn't his fifuYvictory in six decisions. K.OOO since he joined the resist it when he. was asked The loss went lo Jim Slalon, circuit. what he would have done if he only his second in nine But hi3 even-par 71 Friday had quit the lour, decisions coupled with his leading open- "I probably would have come A'» 6 Yanks 4' in * """d of M 8 >ve him a 36- back," he said with a grin. The A's tied the game wilh hole total of 136, six under par, McGee, whose only victory in Iwo runs in the eighth and wtm and a one-stroke lead over a nine years on the lour was the in the 11th on veteran Ken couple of veteran pros, Chi Chi 1975 Pensacola Open, has been McMullen's pinch-hil, run*sr- Rodriguez and Jerry McGee, earning a pretty fair living. . . _, o r ._,_..,..',. .„!. .k, and jerry Pate. He picked up $93,000 last year to raiss runs in his debut as a Ranger. His balling heroics backed the combined five-hit pitching of Gaylord Perry and Steve Hargan as Ihe Rangers drubbed the Detroit Tigers, 14-3. Thompson's fasl start prompted Jim Sundberg's good natured question, "Who was lhal other guy we got in the Thompson trade?" The 24,918 fans on hand knew as Ihey rewarded Thompson wilh a thunderous standing ovation in Ihe fourth inning afler he hil his Ihree-run home run. "That is the first time I have ever had anything like lhat happen lo me," Thompson said. "1 thought maybe I should tip my hal or something but I decioed I should stay in the box. 1 guarantee you, I had goosebumps all over me." The Rangers piled on eighl runs in Ihe fourth, for their highest scoring inning of Ihe year. Jeff Burroughs, Tom Grieve and Mike Hargrove hil RBI singles in addition to a bases-loaded triple by Roy llowell and Thompson's blast. Perry racked up his fifth win in nine decisions and gave up THE NAUGATUCK GREYHOUNDS were eliminated from the CIAC Class LL tournament yesterday by Tnimbull, 3-2. The top photo shows Jim Thurston scoring Naugatuck's second run in the fourth inning. Bob Staulfer (11) scored ahead of Thurston on Jim Foley's Iwo run single. Tom Burns (8) Is Ihe ondeck hitler. Tnimbull catcher Is Dave Luckner. The lower photo shows the gloom In Ihe faces of some of the Naugaluck players and first year coach Joe Bojko as the Hounds have just [ailed to score after having the bases loaded in the eighth.. (NEWSphotos by Don I'ascale) Bold Forbes Favorite At Belmont Bristol Blanks By CHRIS SCHERF probably will go off as odds-on Elmcndorf's Play The Ued, llingtne colt. UPI Sporls Writer favorites in the 108th running of Mrs. Philip Hofmann's supple- "There were people polling NEW YORK (UPI) — Jockey Ihe Belmonl Slakes, while menial nominee Close To Noon, him and one man even Iried lo li.t uttRar't loth-lnnim dou- major pro tournament ana he still clowns lor ms ians. BUI ^i Cordero has some doubts Turcolle will be aboard 20-1 rjgden Pliipps' Majestic Light, get him lo cat a mango before We helpediDennis.Leonard earn earned only a little less than the popular golfer couldn't abou , Bold Forbes' -—• - •*"* Ao '™"'" """—' wiu ""'« r ""' r " n - *»'"•<•" i.:. r.nC .^-..«,i. d. iu/.ii!«fi> 16.000 since he ioined the resist it when he was asked i, s i ii, e erueline 1 the i Trainer Loz Barrera will saddle Bold Forbes alone for the 5:38 p.m. EDT post ol Ihe Belmont, which will be worth By United Press Inlf ability to shot Aeronaul. Howard Wilson's Great Con- fast" the "grueling 1!4 miles of Orme Wilson's Aeronaut is tractor, Christiana Slable's Ihe Belmonl Stakes today, but one of nine three-year-olds Best Laid Plans and John M. Ron Turcolte would be more whose owners and Irainers Schilf's Quick Card. lhan willing lo take his chances question Bold Forbes' stamina. Cordero shares those doubts. ..,.,„««,., ^ ^ ........ wilh Ibe Kenlucky Derby The others are Mrs. Douglas "] ckm'l make no plans so I $193,000 and a winner's purse ol winner Carver's McKenzie Bridge, don'l be disappointed lalcr," $117,000 with 10 starters. Cordero and Bold Forbes Darby Dan Farms' Mullineaux, the Puerto Rican jockey said. "There will be no people "One Ihing lhal mighl save him hilling him with programs, no is the competition is not too mangos to eal, no one wanting strong." the horse to smoke a cigar and Except for Besl Laid Plans, no one with champagne want- Ihe field also is short on early ing the horse lo drink it loo. speed, which can only help Bold Florida Group Offers To Buy Buffalo Braves ""^^'^"'^inTsaraes"' Jw«0rti dme in'lwo runs 139. has been faring beller lhan shire and 16th win inISgames J ^ e ^ d rf j .^ ^ p^, who W iows her Purtzer, finishing in a tie for ~ ' "" ™ l " "• ^m''Bowen homered in Ihe over Cleveland. "couldn't really see a lot- first inning for Bristol and BUFFALO, Owner Paul N.Y. (UPI) - iim inning iv, •*• «•.-— — Charlie Meyers contributed a double and two singles. In ether games, Wesl Haven defealed Walerbury, 8-5, Three Rivers edged Williamsport, 2-1, and Quebec Cily shut out Reading, 2-0. West Haven broke a 5-5 tie inning agam" •'— •- . two teams com milled nine errors. 'SERVICE • S>tKVI*-t . E R V \ FWBKW,?.- ' C 5J3 *.*•$<• IN- C E • SFBVICE * SERVICE Ihe , sociation lo a group of al in Ohio, and earning $32,000 sou n, e aslern Florida businessmen unless Buffalo fans show more support through season ticket sales. a j in o, . smceame out aboul five months ago. . Snyder revealed Friday lhat .. the Florida group had offered TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - J. K. TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - J K ^buyfc team and move il to McKay resigned as assistant » * p , „ said he football coach at Oregon Stale ™»* d •„ b Jun Friday and signed as a player ^, ft ' t with Ihe Tampa Bay Hue- ™™^ ii{vM uke rje sale p orbes - ' MILAN, Italy (UPI) - Italy's "I can't operate a profession- With none of Ihe competition A "8 cl ° Jacopucci defealed Brine al basketball team on that kind seemingly capable of forcing a tam s Bunn !' sternI1 8 on P° 1!lts ~^S£T£ SU^^r^W ^knltinwhltf^^nldd^ighT^ won't be here." third behind the winner Elocu- " tle Snyder, who has been nego- lionist and runner-up Play the tialing with the Florida group Red, nerves are Bold Forbes' in recent weeks, said he lold biggest problem. Ihe Braves board of directors "Unless he (Bold Forbes) Wednesday of the offer to buy relaxes the firsl part of the Ihe team. race, he'll never go that far,' If sold, Uie Braves new home ^ _, .._.. said Cordero, who blamed a , would be Ihe Sportalorium, a large congregation of Puerto }J woul'd decide by June 14 recently refurbished arena with Rican well wishers in Ihe a capacity of 15,500. The Preakness paddock for unsel- facility is located in a farm —. NOW SHOWING Shortly afler he was picked aVea'o toward County and sell said J7 million had been spenl ^ Hi<iy&)UMr«Khedonia«OT,loci.ecordw» fietojdiofce, 4Uocation toft McKav 5^ he - I r^nr > i a pi5ar < teiey»ILrUyKe. B » n dVidalpW«dforlhe hs mml the start of next season. gntod .Urnm a New York GM t CM* r« Cwt AU.MOOM ONI WAT TOO!!! INSURANCE (UflMIMM C»0 SHAKErVS im w. »*yi»t. nn?« ACADEMY AWARD W1NNKRJ ;"ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST" TECHNICOLOR 6:45-9:00 SUN.MON.TUES.99c

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