Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 11, 1970 · Page 20
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Greeley, Colorado
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Page 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., May 11, 1970 OUT AT HOME -- Greeley University High's Stan Luketich is out at home plate, Umpire Virg Jester signals. Luketich tried scoring on Wayne Howard's bunt in the first inning ol Saturday's State AA playoff at Jackson Field. Denver Lutheran Catcher Dwight Spariin makes the play while Pitcher John Schmidt looks on. Schmidt fired a no- hit, 7-0 victory. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloncy) Local Relay Squads Shine at Broomfield BROOMFIELD -- Fort Lupton and Eaton relay squads fared well Saturday in the running of annual Boulder Valley Invitational track and field meet here. The Bluedevil squad finished first in the Division HI distance medley with a time of 11:48.2. Members of the winner were Richard Maciel, David DeIIer-|Stecklein and Dillon, rera, Joe Hernandez and Keith The Valley Vikings Muse. third in the 880 relay. Fort Lupton also placed fifth in the 440 and fifth in the 800 Joe Hernandez, Maciel, Emil Rangle and Muse finished fifth also. The Eaton Reds placed third in the mile and fourth in the 880. Members of the mile team include Jim Seigrest, Calvin Stecklein, and Chuck Adkisson. Members of the Red 880 squad Gary Morris, Adkisson, placec Viking I.IJJ1U 111 Ulc uuu iciajr. T living ~ R ~ Bruce Zulauf placed fourth in rc TM ^TM; Boston Captures Stanley Cup By LARRY ELDRIDGE Associate! Pr*it Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Bruins drank champagne from the Stanley Cup as expected Sunday, but it took some late heroics by old pro John Bucyk and young superstar Bobby Orr to get the celebration going on schedule. Trailing most of the way, the Bruins gained a tie on Bucyk's goal with less than seven minutes remaining in regulation time. Then just 40 seconds into the sudden death overtime period, Orr banged home the winning tally. That did it. The Bruins had beaten the St. Louis Blues 4-3, sweeping their best-of-seven National Hockey League final playoff series and winning the covet "My greatest thrill ever," said one player after another-even such frequent individual award winners as Orr and Phil Esposito. "I've wailed 15 years for this," said Bucyk, the elder statesman of the team who cele- brales his 35th birthday Tuesday. "And I wanted it for those fans. They've been waiting even longer. They deserve it." For quite a while, it looked as though the Blues were going to spoil the party as they battled to avoid being swept out of the finals a third straight time. Boslon's Rick Smith and St. Louis' Red Berenson traded first period goals, but Gary Sabourin put the Blues on top early in the second session and they held the 2-1 lead until Es- hot, steamy Boston Garden, with the temperature outside reading 91 degrees? "Yes, but there's a difference between being tired when you're three up and when you're three down," he said. ed cup for the first time in 29 P° s , ito scored at tlle 14:22 mark to knot the count again. It was years. Bedlam broke loose in Boston Garden as fans raced onto the ice. NHL President Clarence Campbell presented the cup to Espo's 13th goal and 27th point of the playoffs--both records. Larry Keenan's power play goal snapped the tie 19 seconds the winners, and Bucyk was giv-1 into the third period, and the en the honor of skating itj later it got, the more defensive around the rink to a deafening j the Blues became as they tried """"-- to protect their lead. The. Bruins celebration'kept on the attack, however, jam-packediand Bucyk finally scored from ovation. The tumultuous continued in the dressing room, with players pouring champagne on everybody in sight for more than an Cloverleof Saturday 1. Directorate 16.40, 7.00, 4.40 J.W. Bronco 9.00, 4.60; Leisure Echo 3.00. Quiniela (3-4) 67.60 time 31.84. 2. Non Scheduled 10.60, 5.60, 3.60; Quick Kim 12.80, 5.20; Nora T. 3.20. Quiniela (1-5) 82.60 time 31.60. Daily Double (3-1) 156.40. . S.L.B.'s Denver 6.60, 3.80, 3.40; Or Butch 3.60, 2.80; Miss Berra 8.00. Quiniela (5-8) 10.40 time 32.12. 4. Apache's Pride 8.80, 4.40, 3.00; Nero Tray 5.80, 3.60; Kay- hour. "None of these guys have their names on that cup yet," coach Harry-Sinden said when asked why this celebration was so wild. "They may get there again in the future, but the first time is always the best." A few seconds later the fully dressed Sinden was tossed in the shower along with general manager Milt Schmidt as the celebration continued. Fort Hays Wins RMAC Baseball Title PUEBLO, Colo: (AP) - Ft. Hays State downed Adams State 14-2 in five innings Saturday Sinden Agreed that his strategy called for coming out fast and furiously. "There was no way we were going to sit back In that overtime period," he said. "We had come this far with a gung-ho type of hockeyi and we were going to die by going into their end or win by doing it." afternoon Mountain to win Athletic the Rocky Conference baseball crown here. Adams State had advanced to the finals by downing Southern Utah earlier, 6-5. Ft. Hays jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning on three straight hits and was neve seriously challenged after that. in close to tie the game at 13:28. The tie held through regulation time, then the Bruins came out flying for the extra session. "Harry told us that. St. Louis has a history of coming out real strong in overtime," Ken Hodge said. "We didn't want to take a chance on being beaten that way, so « r e turned the tables on them. We went right in, we fore- checked, we kept the pressure on them. We knew they must be tired." Weren't the Bruins tired too after playing three periods in Pressure Builds LOS ANGELES ' (AP)-Hale Irwin is in a perfect position to compare college football with golf. The 24-year-old golf pro from Boulder, Colo., was a safety man for University of Colorado. "In football you can get rid of your emotions," says Irwin, "By tackling somebody hard. But in golf the pressure keeps building. You must control your emotions, and sometimes that's hard." DU's Morrison Inks Contract With St. DENV5R (5P) - George Morrison, University of Denver's two-time All-American hockey wing, has confirmed that he will sign a contract with the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. The 6-1, 170-pound forward from Scarborough, Ontario, said The Bruins took the opening h wou j d fore g 0 his senior year faceoff into St. Louis ice and . . . kept it there until Orr's decisive goal. man The 22-year-old defense- outraced Keenan for at DU. As a junior, he scored 30 goals for the Pioneers. loose puck, passed it to Sanderson, took a return pass and scored. "Two kids came through," the 23-year-old Sanderson said. "Bobby had .a lot of anticipation. He figured he could beat Keenan to the puck or at least check him. With the confidence and guts he's got, he walked in, got the puck, gave it to'me and I gave it back. Orr admitted that his play was a gamble of sorts. "I get caught sometimes and 'In his sophomre year, Morrison helped DU to the NCAA championship with his 40 goals. Details of the contract with St. Louis were not disclosed. said. "This time it worked out.' This was a straight playoff record 10th win for the the opening series against New York, four straight against Chicago and four more against St. Louis) and also for Gerry off the pace. Cheevers, who was in goal for all 10 games. NHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday'* Results No games scheduled Sunday's Gamt Boston 4, St. Louis 3, ov time, Boston wins best-of-7 se- .'ries 4-0 Douglass, Hill Near Top At Houston Golf HOUSTON (AP) -- Two Evergreen, Colo., golfers were right with the pack as the $115,000 x Be- v^B"- «»..«....»-«..u Houston Champions Internation- sometimes it works out," he al Invitational Golf Tournament came to a close Sunday. Dale Douglass, Hiwan Country Club pro, finished with a round O l L d l g l l V · p l W J U i l T T I l l AU1 H I V «**·*' f "1 Bruins (the last two games of of 73, and added to earlier . . *? . __ i_ _r f?A OO f71 rrriitn lurn o rounds of .70-72-71 gave him a 286 total, good for $3,787 in earnings. He was only four strokes Dave Hill scored rounds of 70-73-70-74 for a 287 total, good for $2,600 in earnings. Hale Irwin of Boulder sunk to a 77 Sunday and a total of 296, earning S323. . Tourney winner was Gibby Gilbert, who was tied for first at 282 but beat Bruce Crampton on the third hole of a sudden death playoff. Gilbert took home $23,000, and Crampton $13,100. the overall high jump. mile re relays. Members of those teams were the same. They were: . . . Chuck Trujillo, Dave Purdy,!Keirnes, Jay Anderson, Larry Dennis Swenk and Bobby! Gehring and Dale Hall placed Trujillo. j second in Division II. Mapleton The Bluedevil mile team of I won the event. Indianapolis Edges Denver 5-4 With 10th Inning Score By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Streaking Oklahoma City won its seventh straight American day, dumping the Eastern Division leaders, Iowa 13-9. Tulsa lost to Omaha, 5-4 and Indianapolis edged Denver in a Balmain 4.20. Quiniela (5-G) 27.40 time 32.03. 5. Grand River 10.80, 6.20. 4.20; C. Hazel 6.40, 4.00; B.B.'s Valerie 4.00. Quiniela (2-6) 29.20 time 39.62. G. Desolate 11.20, 5.40, 3.60; Andy's Answer 7.20, 4.20; Utilla's Millie 3.20. Quiniela (7-8) 30.20 time 31.03. 7. Lonesome Buck 13.40, 6,20, 3.40; L.B.'s Secret 8.20, 5.60; Back Tray 3.20. Quiniela (7-8) 70.60 time 31.49. 8. B.B.'s Juno 8.40, 4.60, 3.20; Sticky Valves 4.20, 3.00; Miss 10 - inning heartbreaker, 6-5. Association baseball game Sun-Wichita at Evansville was postponed because of rain. Oklahoma City's victory gave Quiniela (2-3) 19.00 time 39.44. 9. Clyde Vee 14.80, 7.20, 6.20; O.B.'s Star Trac 4.00, 3.20; the Western Division. The victory put the 89ers four,jt a four - game sweep over full games ahead of Tulsa in i owai which came into the se-| with a 13-2 record and an eight-game winning streak. Hector Torres and John May- jerry smashed homers for Oklahoma City and led its 13-hit attack. Tony LaRussa clubbed a home run for Iowa. Omaha's Fred Rico basiled a two-run homer in the fifth inning to give the Royals their victory over Tulsa. Rico's shot good"~irf Saturday's scrimmage scored starting pitcher Jerry ' --- -- " 1 · ''-- who had reached base Pokes Look Good Saturday In Scrimmage ' LARAM1E, Wyo. (API-Wyoming Football Coach Lloyd Eaton says his 1970 team looked good in Saturday's scrimmage which the offensive won 21-3. But he added: "we have a long on a fielder's choice. ways to go." | Reliever Tom Burgmeier took Eaton says he is satisfied wilhjthe victory after coming in for the team's aggressivness. Cram in the fifth and giving up ·"There's plenty of spirit, and I only one hit the rest of the -6) 37.80 time 30.89. 10. Vickers Folly 14.20, 6.80. 6.00; Pharma Albert 9.80, 4.20; 'an Ark Jude 11.20. Quiniela (2-7) 130.40 time 31.78. 11. Mr. Tippitoes 16.00, 9.40. 4.80; Shorty's Doc 3.80, 2.60; Pan Ark Lou 3.00. Quiniela (3-4) 22.20 time 39.90. Twin Quin (2-7. 3-4) $1,988.60 4 winners. Handle $337,418. Attendance 8,740. Cram, liked the hustle and hitting" he game. Tom Hilgendorf. who was sa jd (recently sent down from the He added, however, the team Cardinals, suffered the loss. Denver's hard - luck Bears, mired in the cellar of the Western Division, had a 5-2 lead in the sixth inning on Rick Hense's will have to do a lot better in its fall opener against Air Force. The offense got on the board first when Frosty Franklin of _ Powell passed 65 yards to Ken three-run homer. Hustad of Billings. Bob Jacobs made the conversion. Scott Freeman made the second touchdown on a wide sweep to the right from the four-yard line. Again Jacobs added conversion. quarterback from New York, made a 31 yard pass to Dan Holladay of Salt Lake City for the final touchdown. The defensive scoring came when Jacobs kicked a 41-yard But Indianapolis scored once in the seventh and Bill Plummer's bases-loaded single in the eighth tied the score at 5-5. That set the scene for Stan the Swanson's double and Jim Armstrong's single which scored a Ed Wynakowski, a veteran run and broke up the game in the 10th inning. The loss was Denver's 15th against five victories this sea son. The club fell eight games behind the league-leading 89ers Omaha moves to Oklahoma field goal after right end Dave City Monday and Iowa is a Wentworlh pounced on a fumble. The Cowboys have one more week of spring practice. Tulsa. Denver will try its luck at Evansville and Wichita wil clash with Indianapolis at In dianapolis. Entrance Fees HULETT, Wyo. (AP) - Entrance fees to Devils Tower Na- ional Monument in northeast Wyoming will be collected be- ;innning June 2, according to act ng superintendent Elvin T. Aab- rg. He said fees will remain at $1 3er private car or 50 cents a erson. Aaberg said the Golden Eagle passport program, which per- ·nitted passport holders to visit monuments at no charge, has been discontinued pending renewal of the program by Congress. boats hunting swordfish in the the Long Fishing Line MONTAUK POINT, N.Y. Fishing broadbill Atlantic are called long-liners, The name comes from the vessel's main fishing line, which is about 17 miles long and has 1,800 hooks. Eddie Jones has been selling cosmetics at Gilbert's WELDO- RADO DRUG for If years--we love her, so will you. Adv. THfi COME IN AND SEE OUR SUMMER LINES! We feature a complete selection of · CAMPING AND HIKING EQUIPMENT · RALEIGH BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES · WILSON TENNIS RACKETS AND ACCESSORIES 1600 Eighth Avenue Phone 352-2563 A NEW AUTO DEALERSHIP COMES TO TOWN HITT-GRAHAM DODGE (FORMERLY WALT SPARROW DODGE) 3501 West 10th St. JOHN H1TT 17 years experience with automobile dealers. Formerly sales manager at Hover Ford dealership in Denver. Now living In Greeley. An Open Letter To Northern Colorado Motorists The dealership formerly known as Walt Sparrow Dodge has been purchased by us and will be operated under the name of HITT-GRAHAM DODGE, INC. We are scheduling extensive remodeling of the talei and service sections of the building. In the meantime, however, we are open for business with sales and senrice. Our formal grand opening will be held in a few weeks, as soon as the remodeling is completed. We pledge to you, in this new Dodge dealership, the finest in sales and service. You can bring your car to us with the assurance that it will receive A-l care at modest prices. And you'll appreciate our liberal trades toward new Dodge cars and trucks! Come in and see us ... real toon! John Hitt, Jim Graham JIM GRAHAM 16 years in the automobile business. Formerly sales manager of Rosen-Novak Ford in Denver, and recently General Manager. Moving to Greeley with his family. Dodge Cars Dodge Hodge Trucks Hitt-Graham Dodge, Inc. 3501 West 10th St. 352-7245 "Where Performance Counts" BUYS

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