Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 7, 1969 · Page 22
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22 GREEl'.BY TK1IUJNE Tucs., Od. 7, 1909 Central Entertains Touted Loveland The Greeley Central Wildcat? will entertain the Loveland In dians at 7:30 p.m. -- Ihat's 7:3f p.m. -- Wednesday at Jackson Field, and Coach Tom Ha;; gard's team is hopeful of in upsel. -- Central demonstrated a much ^···improved offense in bowing ·V,.Greeley Wesl, 15-6, in a snow f . / s t o r m ' l a s t Friday. The Wild- "·' cat defense again performed '"· .well against Wesl. And Haggard feels Central ·'"'·can surprise Loveland'if il gets . the right combination of elc menfs Wednesday. ".. "We're looking for the up- '· set,'' he pointed oul. ;"· Loveland is 2-1 in Northern .;· Conference play with" its loss "· coming at Poudre's hands, 23-20. The Indians are experienced ".. and talented. Quarlcrhack John Lussenhop, .50. senior. Loft halfback Lyle Barr, 163. junior. Right halfback Lei; Lorimcr, 155, senior. Fullback- Dave Anslett, 207, junior. Loveland Defense Ends Dave Poeschel, 165 senor and Doug Keener, 142, junior. Tackles Dave Frank, 220, senior and Fred Trupp, 190, juniors. Middle guard Mike McCoy, 188, senior. Linebackers Tom Justus, 133, senior; Gates and Mark llolde- nnn; 176, junior. Halfbacks Harry .Oovercaiix, 40, senior, and Tom AmcnJ 150. senior. . ! Middle- guard Ralph Hangel, 210, senior." Linebackers v Keirnes, Brill and Gronqulst, Halfbacks Joe Murphy 1 , ICO, senior, and Scott McLaulhlin, 155, senior. Safety Jim Ankeney, 180, senior. On Tap With Preps Saturday FOOTBALL Wednesday Northern Loveland at Grccley Central, Jackson Field, 7:30 p.m. Crccley West at Sterling, 7:45 p.m. Woke College High at Eaton, 7:30 p.m. Northern Fort Collins at'Longmont. Fort Morgan at Poudre. TENNIS. Wednesday Northern Central at Fort Collins, 2:30 Weld Central at Windsor, 7:30 P-" 1 p m Fort Lupton at Roosevelt, 7:30 Welco Friday , Poudre at West, 2:30 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY ' Saturda ' I Non-Conference Valley at Highland, Aull, 7:30j Greeley Central, Greeley Wesl p.m. - at Loveland Invitational, 11 a.m. Undefeated Huskies Play Vikings,Friday Three Welco Games Scheduled Wed. ":· Central is .0-3 in .' play. ,,·· · Greeley Central will he in good physical condition, so will Loveland which beat defending "' champion Longmoni, 19-0, last " -Friday. Central again will mix up its " offensive alignment, using basically a standard T-formation or a "shotgun" offense. ' Northern; Safety Mor. Jim lJubois, 155, sen.! Central Offense Split end J. D. tin senior. lowcll. 155, Outside tackle Bill Alexander, 1!)0, senior. Inside lackle Doug Kcirnes, 170, senior. ' Left guard Bill Gorman, 150. junior. By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sports Writer College High will get a chance to get in the Welco win column and Eaton opportunity have anolhci squeeze closei lo first place Valley as Welco Assn. football aclion conlinucs Wednesday. The Colorado teachers con- · · Loveland employs a wiuged-T center Lonnic Grossnickle, . ' or I-formation. Defensively, the ··"Indians use a 5-3 setup. Loveland 2-plnloons. ;· ·-= The lineups: .-. ·" Loveland Offensive ..'. ; . Split end Jeff Kcnsingcr, 165, .-.^senior. "!' ! JLefl tackle Steve Shaddug, 175. senior. l^efl guard Greg Gales. 1110. senior. ·-.,. , Center Tim Holdcman, 175, ],._senipr. ' Right guard Jim Ottoman. · 160. senior. 170. senior. Right guard Wcs Krause, 180, junior. Tight end Handy SI. Aubyn, 180, senior. Quarleback Brad Kolsloc, Right tackle Hon llanssoslcn. 235. junior. Tight end Larry senior. Pen/, 165, Left halfback Kim Brill, 360, senior. Highl halfback Jerry Medford, 143, junior. Fullback Bob Gront|uisl, 170, senior. Central Defense Ends Dave Jones, 185, si ior. and SI. Aubyn. Tackles Tom Lower, 190, senior, and Jerry Yaden, 153, sen- Welco games have been moved P. Valley and-Highland will clash Friday in the feature Welco lilt of the week at Ault. Both Ihe Huskies and Vikings arc undefeated. Valley is 5-0 and Highland is 2-0-2. The Bulldogs, 0-4, travel to Eaton lo challenge Ihe 'nevcr- ay die' Fighting Reds.- The Reds arc presently 3-1-1 after in upset victory in Ihe snow last Friday against previously .mdefeatcd Windsor. Other Tilts Weld Central, 0-4, will travel .0 Windsor, 7:30 p.m. Wednes- lay, and Fort Luplon, 1-3, will c at Johnstown lo play Roosevelt, 2-2. The Bluedevils their first game last week de feating College High 26-8. Dick Galloway scored two touch downs to up his conference lead ing scoring average. Roosevelt lost lo tough Mache beuf of Denver team last Fri day 30-0 in a non-league game Platte Valley will take the week off and will not play until Oe tober 17. College High mentor Don Millwood said, "We expect a hard lilting team. They have a full jack that won't stop in big Sam Suppes. Eaton wants ; win bad to stay in contention )ut we want a win even worse o gel In the Welco winning column." The Bulldogs have one vic- .ory, a 14-6 win over Wiggins n a non-league tilt three weeks igo. Millwood reported .CHS has lackle bad one injury. Defensive Steve Roach is out with knee. He may miss Ihe rest of (he season. Eaton coach Bill O'Brien slated that his Reds expect a 'tough game from the Bulldogs. "They CO Buffs Here Versqttjle )/acanti Leads Bear Cubs to 26-26 need a win bad, and they will -- be up for us. We know good and well, we will be facing a tough game, and we will have to be ready." O'Brien reports no injuries, lie added thai Ihe lack of injuries, thai crippled Tie By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sports Writer Colorado Stale College quarterback Barry Vacant! is !\ busy man these days. Last Saturday against Colorado Mines as a varsity performer, he led the team in rushing and was second in pass- THE YARDSTICK CU CSC First downs Rushing Passing Penalty Not yards gained Rushing Passing Yards lost Plays Rushes . Passes Completed . Intercepted by Punts Average .. . Fumbles' . Lost Penalties .. Yards penalized CSC INDIVIDUAL Rushing Player Doerr ··^... Sharp Allen Vacant! 15 ing. He had 155.;,nffensive yards racked, up to his credit. Monday afternoon, the C-Slalc Bear Cubs hosted a lough and big Colorado University 'Baby Buff freshman team at Jack-, son Field. Vacant!, just three days after Ills varsity performance," led the XSC junior varsity in passing and rushing and to a 26-26 lie. His total offensive yardage Monday was 306. He passed for 242 yards. This gives him a three . r, 3 351 220 131 55 fin 59 26 . 8 . 1 . 7 26.5 li 1 . IH 154 longest was a 69-yarder lo Jon Kcyworlh for a TD. An estimated 250 fans watched at CSC's Jackson Field. CSC JV CU Frosh CD-Ken day grid lolal of 461 yards. How failed). run (run failed). CU--Jon Keyworlh, lift yards, pass from Johnson (kick failed)! CSC - John Zurbrigcn, 7 yards, pass from Barry Vacant! (run failed). CU--Johnson, I yard, (run 13 i! 403 is thai for production? Extra Point Missed The Cubs .were behind entire t i l l . With two minutes 319 'j,|i-i:maining in the game and the behind by six, Vacant! jsmick across the line for Ihe No. Yds. flying score. The poinl-after al- Ijjtempt. by Steve Lawlon was off 21! lo the right and no good. j j The big play thai set.up the (IJlying touchdown was a -Vacant! ... ,|jlo Larry Allen pass that totaled '!,joO yards and put the ball on Ihe ^JCSC 48. Vacant! scrambled for |,ja few and then passed lo John "'Shields to. spark the rally. Freshman end; John Gibson was (lie receiving leader.'He lo- laled 121 yards hi five carries and.scored a touchdown. His: 40 6 7 0 12 8 6 Johnson, 24 26 yards, Vacant! tackled Allen, 3 yards, CU-Safely, in end /one. CSC--Larry pass from Vacant! (Sieve Law- ion kick). CU-Max Williams, 5 yards, run (pass failed). CSC--Dave Gibson, 7 yards, pass from Vacant! (Lawton kick). CSC-Vacanti, 1 yard, (kick failed). in the season, has helped squad considerably. "Our Dale Bendel, split end; Rich Frick, fullback; Stan Luketich, quarterback; Wayne Howard, tailback; Dan Pargas, strong- back; Joe Beydler, tackle; Paul Stamper, lackle; and Curt Montgomery, lighl end. Welco Football CONFERENCE Team Valley 5 Highland 2 3 Windsor 3 Roosevelt 2 Platte Valley 2 . 1 0 0 W L T Pts Opp Fort Lupton . Weld Central Jollege High ALL GAMES Team Valley .lighland .. Windsor lalon Matte Valley loosevelt 84 82 107 62 48 G6 93 26 15 Spartans Play Wed. At Sterling Tigers The Greeley West Spartans, back on the winning track with a 15-6 triumph over Central, will play at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday at Sterling in a Northern Conference game. The Spartans are 1-1-1 league action, while Sterling is 1-2 after a 3-0 victory over Fort Morgan last Friday. Overall West is 2-1-1 and Sterling is 2-2. West Coach John Christensen said the Spartans will face a stiff challenge at Sterling. The Tigers haven't lived up to their capabilities, and Sterling could gell at any time. Sterling has explosive offensive potential. After two games of shuffling of his personnel, Christensen will be able to start his first offensive backfield. Tailback Mike Simmons has recovered "rom an injured knee. He didn't suit up for the Central contest. This means the Spartans Will je in good physical condition. Sterling is paced by the speedy Greg Pilkington and oass combination of Steve Hays to Rex Berkey. The Tigers operate from a winged-T (slot-T) offense and from a 5-2 defense. The Tigers have good size and should be ready physically. The lineups: Sterling Offense Split end Rex Berkey, 143. senior. Left tackle Bob Lebsack, 191 junior. Left guard Chris Carter, 160 junior. Center Dave Liecester, 165. junior. Right guard Rod Sandefuer. 175, senior. Right tackle Steve Trout, 190, senior. .Tight end senior. Dick Harris, 172 Quarterback Steve Hays, 170, senior, or Dave Butlerfield, 160. sophomore. Left halfback Greg Pilkington, 170, junior. Fullback Steve. Frick, 197 ; senior. Right halfback Dave Japp, 160, senior. Sterling Defense Ends Randy Frey, 190, junior, and Al Bigg, 180, junior. Tackles Pat Simpson, 185, senior, and Tom Concur, 190 Ft. Collins, Poudre Play 14-14 Northern Deadlock NORTHERN FOOTBALL Conference College High Veld Central W L T 5 0 0 3 0 4 1 3 1 2 '2 2 3 1 4 1 4 0 5 Pts Opp 84 106 87 107 (id 48 91 29 34 Two Defenders, 2 Backs Cited Team r t. Collins . Poudre Loveland .... West Longmont .... Ft. Morgan Sterling 1 W L T Pts Opp Central 0 76 63 59 29 22 33 23 18 P o u d r e ' s Rod Blackford shocked Fort Collins by galfop ing 68 yards for a touchdown By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on the first, play from scrim 40 mage lo. give his club a firsl 30 j period lead, 7-0, Wade Smylie 27 converting. Fort Collins came back in the second period with Randy Le ·-igino's blast over from Ihe one 5 3 land Chuck Schnoor kicked the point to deadlock Ihe Iwo Cherry Creek, Ihe top-ranked'k"TM' "' ?! ha 'f«TM. Schnoor ... _ _ , _ _ , _,.., ... ... _' . : scored for Fort. To ins in I IP high school club in Ihe Associated Press prep football poll, squeaked to a 7-0 victory over a tough Aurora Hinkley learn Monday night in a game which had been postponed by Offense and defense sharedl cnc j snows. week- scored for Fort Collins in the fourth period, and kicked the extra point, and Poudre's Randy Monrose took a pass from Blackford to score, and Smylie again converted to tie the score jagain. lonors at the Greeley Quarter- lac'k Club Tuesday noon. The Q-Backs cited Greeley West's Buster Bergseid and Central's e d over on a one-yard plunge defense is much better now. We have no key injuries and we are physically ready to go. . . for once." He was asked to comment on last weekend's surprise win ivcr Windsor 15-0 and he said. 'Under those sloppy and cold conditions anything could have lappcned. Windsor has a fine lallclub and they slill can- nol be counted out this year. iVe had good field position last "Yiday because of breaks and our fine defense. The Windsor defense isn't that bad." Eaton will use an offensive .ineup of Rich Cantrell, left end; Scott Redmen, left tackle; r /ric Anderson, left guard; Rich ·lolzor, center: Doug Reichert. ·iglit guard: Ken Schnorr. right .acklc; Jim Dillon, right end; Brad Adlcr, quarterback; Jerry iVintcr, left halfback; Tom Dalon, right halfback; Suppes, fullback. Kafph Rangel for defensive efforts last weekend, while Colorado Stale College's George Kaplan and College High's Ramon Klein received "Player of The two teams clashed in a! George Buzard scored-twice savage defensive battle for three quarters before Tim Conlon div- with just 2'/i minutes remaining in the game. Conlon's score capped a 70-yard drive by the on two shot plunges, and Randy Zabka's timely punts, which averaged 42 yards, kept Regis dee]) in its own territory in Ranum's shutout victory. Arapahoe took advantage on Bruins. Bill Parisi kicked lhemislakes by Aurora Central in extra point. | claiming its win. the Week citations for offense. I,, other play, Fort Collins and! Pau l Krause scored on a 70- Bergscid made or shared in Poudre battle to a 14-14 lie, : yard pu'nt return and John Piz- five crucial tackles in Wesl's.Arapahoe romped over Auroral z a no went 45 yards with a Cen- 15-1, win over Central. But more Central, 21-6, Wheat Ridge shut! tra | f umb | c for two big Araphoe . , - , ra u m c or important, was his punting .which [out Evergreen, 20-0 and Ranum plays. Central's two limes drove Central back'upset Regis, 14-0. was by Steve Kloppel. into Wildcat territory after it! ...... - ......... -- -------------- ---!_ . big Araphoe lone touchdown ·itory had threatened lo score against the Spartans. Hangel's work at middle Bronco Guard guard'helped Central shut o f f j W o l t H i g l l S I T l i t h West's interior offensive attack. Kaplan completed 7 - of - 9 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns in CSC's 58-0 rout of Colorado Mines. He also ran for 70 yards. Klein carried the ball the majority of the time as College ..,,,,,, ,,,,..,, ,,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, High rolled up 237 yards rush-may be put on the injured list, is Sidelined DENVER (AP) - Offensive guard Walt Highsmilh, who suffered a sprained ankle in the Denver Broncos' 26-13 loss lo Kansas City Sunday, is in questionable condition for aclion next week against Oakland and and Sam ling in a 20-8 loss In Fort Lupti u;,,., ,i~n IT".. 11 _.. _. College High will go with Bob Shirley, center; Vern Morgan, Steve Meyer, guard; Wendell Fuller was presented the Q-back Club's honor certifi- Ihe Broncos said Monday. If Highsmilh is pul on The disabled rosier, he may be re- cate for contributions lo Ihe or-jplaced by a'former University . gaimalion. 7 catches continually'-kept the 7 Bears in good position. Bears Look for 4th Win, Play at Boise Saturday ker, now on the taxi squad. Coach and General Manager Lou Sahan said Monday he looked al Ihe films of Ihe Kansas Cily game and said the Chiefs' ability lo make Ihe big play on offense, and on key (hire down situations, was the differ- Poudre Ft, Collins .... 7 0 0 7 0 7--14 0 7-14 Poudre scoring -- TDs: Rod Blackford (63 yards, off lackle): Randy Monroe (35 yards, pass from Blackford). PATs: Wade Smylie 2 (kicks). Ft. Collins scoring -- TDs: Andy Legino (11 yards, off la- ckle): Chuck Schnorr (50 yards, reverse). PATs: Schnorr (kicks). Middle guard Tom McCaslin, 177, senior. Linebackers Frick and Dave Owens, 165, junior. Halfbacks Harris and Pilking- lon. Safeties Japp and Jim Becker, 185. senior. West Offense Split end Robert Simmons, ICO, senior. Strong side lackle Kim McKinley, 230, senior. Strong side guard Read Vaughn, 168, junior. Center Jeff Fahrenbruch, 178, junior. Short side guard Dave Jones, 177, senior. Short side tackle Craig Overbeck, 175, junior. Tight end Creg Schiuter, 188, senior. Quarterback Randy Geist, 188, senior. Tailback Mike Simmons,'165, senior. Fullback Doug Fanning, 170, sophomore. Wingback Mick Kellner, 155, junior. West Defense Ends Schluler and Doug Simon, 175, senior. Tackles Overbeck and Randy Premer, 200, sophomore. Middle guard McKinley. Linebackers Jones and Jim Cox, 185, senior. Halfbacks Buster Bergseid, 165, senior and Ron Bauer, 140, junior. Safeties Fanning and Geist. Car Caravan Planned Wed. The Greeley West Booster Club will sponsor a car caravan for the game Wednesday at Sterling. The caravan will leave West High School a t . 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and will go via Colorado Highway 14 east of Ault. Tickets for the game are on sale al Greeley Wesl High School. Serrgo . Player Sharp .. Vacant! Player Shields Allen Zurbrigen Doerr . ... Forsythe .. Gibson .. Papsdorf . Passing No. C I Yds. 11 5 . 30 18 Receiving 6 First Cub Scoring -- 04 The firsl CSC scoring came 1 3 on another · Vacant! toss. This I 77 0 242 Colorado Slate College goes after its fourth straight win I'" ISa Den- Player Zurbrigen Doerr .. /Mien ... ·'Perr ... Player Gibson liine..the pass-was a seven-yard- er to'Hj)homoi-c tailback John Zurbrigen? 1 ^ With six minutes remaining in the half, Vacant! threw an- No. Yds. other pass to Larry Allen for 5S!a three yard TD. The score at TM halflimc was CU 20, CSC 13. Buff quarterback Ken Johnson notched two of CU's four touchdowns. The Buffs scored two points on a safety in the second .period. The C-Stale ground game was No. Ave. bad. It totaled 84 rushing com- 6 42.9 pared to 319 yards.via the air against the ; big CU'.defensive line. They outdid the Buffs in total yards, 403 lo 351. All to- aled, the CSC passing lion ratio was 23 oul of 41. Williams Leads Buffs Interceptions The leading CU rusher was No. Yds. Max Williams with 148 vards. 5 3 I 7 3 16 4 33 5 121 1 11 Punts Kickoff Returns No. Yds. . 3 46 3 34 3 22 1 5 1 aim-day when the Bears travel to Boise, Idaho to tangle with undefeated Boise Stale College '"' ~ 1:30 p.m. game. Grail Kislcr (RE), along with linebackers Randy Thompson and Ron Keller. That unit held Colorado Mines to minus 44 yards rushing and minus 20 total yards. The Bear The Bears will face (heir I rushing defense is now giving toughest competition of the sea-j u P J usl I 7 - 3 yards per game on son Saturday. The Broncos ranked second in the nation in scoring last week with a 51.51 [mint per game average. Boise j Stale has won 10 straight! games. Not only do the Broncos boast a strong offense, but they ground. Offensively, the Bears need a strong yardage output lo maintain their unbeaten status Through three games, CSC is averaging 448.0 total yards per game. George Kaplan, Ihe Bears' ence in Ihe game. Blosi Drops Two Players Two Colorado Slate College stron;;arm quarterback, hit on j football players, a sophomore seven of nine passes on a slip-i nn d junior, have been dropped pery, snow-covered field last ' j Saturday lo boosl his passing =;percentage lo 65.2. Kaplan hit. also have an tensive games this year, they" have al- outslanding de- Through three lowed 20 points to be 8 Johnson threw for 120 yards. His ALL RADIATOR K SALES SERVICE y Aw ( Repairing- and Rccoring \ WORK Let me winterize your carX «UARANTEBD pickup, truck or tractor / / * ? radiator. / · / /?*? BILL S.OBECK OF COLO. "~ 1310 4th Ave. scored. Head coach Tony Knap's squad has defeated Central Washington, 37-7: Whitworth, 66-7; and Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo). 17-7. The Boise Stale offensive thrust is a balanced one, as evidenced by tlie rushing and passing statistics rolled up by the Broncos. In their first' (wo games, the Broncos had piled up 400 yards rushing and 307 lyards passing. ' 'Meeting the Boise attack will be CSC's regular front five of Steve Hayes (LG), Joe Drew (LT), Ralph Schmade'ke (MG), Martin McGuffey (RT) and Grid Films Shown Tues. The Colorado Stale College- Colorado Mines football films will be shown Tuesday night, 8 p.m.. in the College" Center room 246. II is open to the public. Coach Bob Bias! or sports information director G a r y Morgan will narrate. The Bears trounced Mines 58-0 and remain undefeated in three games. CSC racked 575 tolal yards on offense and held their opponents to a minus 20 yards. The Bears scored nine touchdowns. for more touchdowns picked up. LOWEST KATES IN_TOWN! NO JOK TOO SMALL For Your Carpentry Needs CALL D D, 353-7230, day or night, 906 31st Ave., Apt. A. Shop open 7 days a week. (David Discoe, Owner) through the air and directed Ihe Bears to a 58-0 victory over Colorado Mines. "Without a doubt, we will face our toughest competition of the season," said head coach Bob Blasi. "Boise has a highly polished offensive attack and an extremely fine defense. We will need a very fine effort from each of our players." Blasi reported that CSC's lending pass receiver will miss al leasl Iwo practices this week. Dennis Becking suffered a severe lime burn in Saturday's game and will be sidelined for at leasl part of the| . _'' week. He is expected to be'' ready this week. Other Bears who suffered minor bums similar lo Becking's include Mickey Holmes, Doug Campbell and Chuck Putnik. Colorado Mines also reported five players with similar burns. The Boars report no injuries other than minor bumps and bruises. Following Saturday's tilt in Boise, the Bears will reluurn home In meet Eastern New Mexico Oct. 18. from the squad, head coach Bob Blasi announced Tuesday. The two are Randy Rouse, a starter last year who had seen little aclion Ibis season, and Paul Medeiros, who had a good season with the frosli team last year. Blasi said thai the two did nol report for praclice Monday They had not contacted any of the coaches regarding their ab sence and their uniforms were RD Loveland Beats West Tennis 4-1 Loveland won every match except Ihe number two singles to drill Greeley West 4-1 Monday at Greeley. Greg Vatl was Ihe only Spartan victor. He beat Durt Leamons, 6-2, 8-6. . Wesl is now 2-4 and Loveland 5-1 in Northern Conference play Wednesday, Central will .play Poudre in Greeley. Singles-Bob Pale, Lv. def Oarrell Christensen, 6-1, G-2- Greg Vatl, GW, def. Curl Leamons, 6-2, 8-fi; Dale Hunter Lv ·lee. Gary Hall, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles-Max Ulin-Jim Hardin, Lv, dcf. Norm Weaver-Gary Porter 6-3, 6-0; Jim Stroll-Dave ine, Lv, def. Clark Arnold- Chuck Robertson, 7-5, 6-4. S.F. Warriors To Make Bid For Rick Barry SAN FRANCISCO (AP) . -- /fick Barry is busy playing basketball for Ihe Washington Capi- .ols but the San Francisco Warriors are doing everything (hey can lo gel him back. The National Basketball Association Warriors, who are be- ng sued for $10 million by the Daps of Ihe American Baskel- all Association, filed an $8 mil- ion suit of their own Monday while answering the charges in he Caps' suit. The Warriors, for whom Bary played before signing wilh he Oakland Oaks -- which were later boughl and moved to Washington - are asking ?2 million in punitive damages. The Warriors said in U.S. Dis- Iricl Court Barry had an agreement with the Oaks that he wouldn't have to move if Ihe team did, which Caps' owner Earl Foreman has denied. The Warriors also said Barry's obligations to (lie Caps are discharged because Ihe sale of Ihe club breached -their agreement and that Barry and his agents had approached the National Basketball Association team saying he was free to play for it. In addition, the Warriors said [he Caps were in violation of Ihe Sherman and Clayton antitrust acts and they have "joined in a conspiracy and acled lo injure the Warriors." Barry recently signed a five- year contract with the Warriors "or $167,000 a year. He is getting $75,000 with the Caps. WADE CROWE NAMED SALES MANAGER AT WHEELER THE DEALER Wnclp Crowe, longtime veteran in the automobile business, has been appointed sales manager nt Wheeler the Dealer. Wade welcomes old friends and new to the Drive-in Discount Center. "Acres" of automobiles. "Acres" of) parkins. Always over 100 cars lo .choose from at wheelor (ho Dealer. Come In and inset Wade real sunn! Wade Crowe Open Evenings Till 9:00-"Th e Brightest Spot in Townl" heeler Ky-P.iss n( 16(h S(. ealer 352-7000

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