Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 13, 1970 · Page 22
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P«f* 22 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., May IS, 1S70 Colorado Elated Over 76 Winter Olympic Selection AMSTERDAM (AP) - Two, marks its 200lh anniversary, j country and the decision against j Russian capital, 24 for Montreal North American cities--Mont-;From the losers, however, there] Moscow was obviously a blow to:and 17 for Los Angeles. On the real and Denver-have been sc-jwere expressions of bitterness. Soviet national pride. Tass, the second ballot, with Los Angeles lected as sites for the 1976 1 The Soviet Union claimed:official Soviet news agency,!eliminated, Montreal got 41 Olympics. [Montreal's selection was "con-'fumed and fussed about the!votes and Moscow 28 with one The International Olympic;trary to logic and commonjvote, bul there were no indica- vote voided. Committee, in an unexpected sense ... a blow at the Olympic tions from Tass that the Rus- 1 Denver won the Winter move, picked Montreal Tuesday movement and its ideals." isians would boycott the Olym-jGames on the third ballot, de- over Moscow and Los Angeles "We were the victims of the pics. feating Sion, Switzerland 39-30. for the 1976 Summer GamesJcold War," said Mayor Sam Yorty, in expressing unhappi-|Other cities bidding for the Win- Denver got the nod for the Win- j Yorty of Los Angeles. "The ness, said he considered the de; ler Olympics of 1976 were Van'" "' '"" committee apparently didn't ! cision even more of a shock to:couver, British Columbia, and want to take sides between the the Russians. "They probably .Tampere. Finland. Vancouver tcr Olympics. There was elation, naturally, . . . . from Montreal and mile-high, United States and Russia and hardly dare to go home." :had been the pre-meeting favor- Denver, which will celebrate theitook the easy way out." Moscow led on first ballot butlite but, since no nation has ever 100th year of Colorado statehood! The Olympic Games have did not have the required ma- been the site for Winter and as the entire United States'.never been held in a Communist!jority. That vote was 28 for the Summer games in the same Olympic year, lost but whcnjiiantly French speaking city of Montreal surprisingly wun the 2M million population^ says the Olympics won't cost Canadian taxpayers a dime. Drapeau pledged to build an 80,000-seat stadium, an Olympic village, a swimming pool and a press center to go wiih the Canadian city's existing athletic and housing facilities. The Montreal mayor estimated the press center and Olympic village will cosi $12 million but he says both facilities can be converted to low-rental housing and qualify for funds under provincial urban renewal legislation. Summer Olympics. The IOC usually picks the sites some six years in advance. The 1972 Summer Olympics will be staged at Munich, Germany. Sappora, Japan will be the site for tlie 1972 Winter Games. The cost of staging the Olympics is staggering. Los Angeles, which had the Summer Games in 1932, claims it is the only city that hasn't lost money. Montreal, however, contends it won't lose money. Jean Drapeau, mayor of the predomi- Building of the giant stadium will cost an estimated ?40 million but Drapeau says Montreal will cover this outlay and additional expenditures with more than an estimated ?50 million in television and radio revenues. Yachting events will be conducted on Lake Ontario, near Montreal. The Summer Games will be conducted in August. Denver called its selection a salnle to the phenomenal growtli of skiing in the American stale since World War II. A drive to win the 1976 Winter Games had been under way by Denver since 1968. Planned dates in 1976 for the Winter Olympics are Feb. 20-29. Denver officials estimate the total cost will exceed $30 million. Denver must build facilities for downhill ski racing, ski jumping, bobsled, one-man sled events and for speed skating. Sites are available for ski slalom events and ice hockey. The University of Denver will accommodate 2,500 athletes when it turns its residence halls into an Olympic Village. All mountain sites will be within 45 minutes driving time, or less, from Denver. * * if * Will Cost $30 Million * * * * Olympic Pick Shows How Colorado Has Grown Up On Tap j| With Preps | . BASEBALL Saturday State AAA Brighton at Greeley Central, Butch Butler Municipal Field, 1:30 p.m. TRACK The Olympic village will be all rising to 13,324 feet. The men's the University of Denver where!race will begin al 12,480 feet! _ Wednesday-Thursday resident student halls have been with a 2,480-foot vertical drop.jWelco Assn. DENVER (AP) - To snow sport buffs in Colorado, the award of the Winter Olympics (resident for Denver for 1976 is a gloriousj assured to accommodate 2,500 and the women's event al 12,200,; Conference meet at Johns- talule to the phenomenal athletes. [dropping 2,200 feet. jtown, 4 p.m CSU Downs Bears, 3-2, In 14-lnning Duel Tues. FORT COLLINS-University; Thome got an infield single to'Corky Andrews. Then the Rams j CS's Jim Sullivan replaced of Northern Colorado sophomore'load the bases. Rickets then; knotted the score in the fourth Larry; Yairbe,-on he mound in Bruce Vaughn pitched brilliant-.walked Doug Peden to forceion a single by Rod Uchida. an ly for 13 innings and deserved ajacross the winning run in a 3-2|Crror Uien a single by Lange. better fate. triumph. CSU's Jim Sullivan replaced growth of skiing in the state] A section of the university! The backup site for the down- since the war years. - , campus was taken over since!hill events will be Copper Moun-Northern A high-voltage drive to bring!Saturday by hundreds of youngitain, 12,461 feet high, which is Conference the games to this mountain · persons, students and non-stu-j farther west but will be a drive j Collins Pond Friday meel at In Ihe 14th inning Colorado! Vaughn, plagued part of the; inning with Vaughn triggering the eighth inning to collect the victory. Sullivan was quite impressive, striikng out a dozen Bears in 2« innings work. Suili- Fort in me ifui inning v^uiutauu. vuugmi, ^UIUL'U ^uit, m m^ tnmn^ in,.,, ,M« .... ...^0- 0 --- - ~ -lu-j I State University broke up a 2-2 season with arm trouble, made'the spree. He singled then beat I van allowed two hits and walked pitching due! by scoring a run his first start of the year. I n j o u t a throw to second on Jim four. on a hit and three walks against'the. 13 innings he struck out 19 j Hedemark singled and reached Poudre, 9:30 a.m. and relief pitcher Bob Rickets. country for the first time in his-jdents, who set up a communelof only an hour or so from Den-! 1:30 p.m. tory has been staged ever since ; dubbed "Woodstock West." They ver en the interstate. I Denver was given the nod early;have defied a court order ob- A timbered mountain bowl at 1 In 1968 to be the sole U.S. bidderi t a j n ed by the university order-iindian Hills 20 miles or su west :st , for the 12th Winter Olympiad. -. ing them from the campus. ! 0 f Denver, will have 90-meter Gov. John A. Love, who ac-j A | ( moun { a i n s jt es w ill be and 70-meter ski jumping sites .. Golf Friday-Saturday Hensen walkeed, then Lightonlhomer in Ihe third inning by kett singled home the two runs. as well as courses for bobsled, and luge races. companied members of the Col- within 45 minutes driving time orado Olympic Commission to |or less {rom Denver, mostly, ,, Amsterdam and then had to four . lane roads . interstate! The cross-countrv ski course- leave e a r y to attend a gover-| Hj nwav 70 will be C ompleted! n f 15 kilometers will he at In-iStatc iinr«' r'nnfprpnrp Hi Ihp Vvnllp , i V it\ni- i .. .. .. __ . . o*.. Central at Air Force Academy GYMNASTICS Friday-Saturday State nors' conference at the White House, said Tuesday he was "tremendously pleased" over the award. Chuck Lange, walked, Dennis' CS scored its first run on a and didnH wal a man play. Jerry I toivarda single d to load Ihe bases, and Mike Has- The only threats against Sullivan came in the 14th when edemark singled and reached third on a ground out. long before 1976. !dian Hills, as well as the 20-ki- The planned dates of the :] 0 meter biathlon--a combinaticn games are Feb. 20-29 for the! s kiing and rifle-shooting test--! f State championships at Denver University. ·7. °"°'"; . , K 'leap year. and the biathlon He sasd he was impressed by. Love , End Basin . a i rea dy a. Presen[ p | ans ie- number of persons wtio^ thriving skj arca _ wil , he tne ,,,. s an and the biathlon relay. call for ice.I i . P. , .,., · ,v........ ..... ".·-- - - nuv.rurv games and figure skat-' viewed the Denver exnmit Ration of the men's and women's! j n g competition to be held in the Amsterdam and expressed mter- ]S , alom and giant slalom events, i D 5iv"- Coliseum which will Baseball est in the city s bid. , Tne downhi n races w iu be, seat a i mos t 10,000, with B divi-! Colorado's U.S. Sens. Gordon, he | d on M , Snitkau . four milesi s j on UNC Sports Allott and Peter Dominick said st rf , h£ basinj its summiti? i g u I .eVkaling"in IheUnivcrsitv Baseball in a joint statement, 1ms is · ° " " fantastic not only for what it \vjll mean to the entire United States in celebration of our 200th anniversary." New facilities must be constructed for the downhill ski racing, ski jumping, bobsled and luge (one-man sled) events and for speed skating races. Presenl sites are available for ski slalom events and ice hockey. .An official has estimated the totally total cost of staging the winter!landing of games in Colorado will exceedjpics Tuesday was greeted en$30 million. He said every effort Ithusiastically throughout ''"'" * * * Olympic Bid Makes Colo. Ski Capital DENVER (AP) -Though not'inessman, hockey and possibly some e skating in Ihe University | of Denver Arena, sealing more Wednesday U.\C at Wyoming, 7:30 p.m. Friday The Bears got another runner lo third in the sixth on Bob Cooper's leadoff single, a sacrifice and ground out. After CSU got its fourth inning run, Vaughn was not seriously challenged. Dennis Hensen doubled with Iwn nuts in the ninth, and Wade Jensen singled . , ,,, . . .. , , , , ithen took second on an error in i DENVER (AP) -- Fort HaysJ The Kansas collected the l e a r n / O . tying Ihe best round for thg ^ .'Kan State won both team andjtitle with a total score of 589, the meet, putting his total to. UNC " j s now n . ]3 with a I individual titles Tuesday andisevcn strokes better than fee-] 147. Mark Achziger/inUhed^ylth:, captured the Rocky Mountain'ond place .Athletic Conference golf title atjern Colorado. Northern Colorado 2nd In RMAC Golf Tourney 'Park Hill Golf Club. UNC, 3 Dust Preakness Pick -- Ken- Kelly .shot ii Iwo-under-pur 70 in IhciT'iah ma. .final round for a total score of'.^l" 1 ;.^ 1 1141, good for individual honors.,^TM y ·His closest challenger was Neal;!ej; i».' iJcnkins of Southern Utah with a'TM-,* 1 ;; 144. The first -dav leader had been Denver University than 5,000 ~ P-m.. Jackson Field. i A rink for speed skating plusj "KC Frosh at Mesa College.: BALTIMORE (AP) accompanying facilities must be C:30 p.m. j lucky Derby winner Dust Com-.colin Williams of Emporia, Kan.' built before the games. A likely Track imandcr has been made the 3-1 .state, bul he slipped lo a 7fi' site is a high school football sta- RMAC Championships at j favorite for Saturday's SlSO.OOO-^Tucsday and finished in a tie for' dium in South Denver with seat-i UNC. 1:30 p.m. ing for 10.000 or more and ade-; Tennis quale parking for automobiles. ' t'^'C at RMAC Richard II. Olson, Denver bus- ships, Topeka. Kan. jinessman, is chairman of the Saturday I Colorado Olympic Commission commitlees have been Ki'lly Champion- RMAC Championships event in Ihe UNC. 2:30 p.m. Tennis added Preakness by Earl Hnrt,'t|,j r( | Ihe official odds-maker al Pirn-, |,or lico. -·- Although Dust Commander's' ! five-length victory in the Derby jwas a surprise, Hart said he' at: was impressed by the perform-, ' ;'Jackson Field. ·uman;i ti2i. 11. JIUKI* .. . , KB. n. cuinrndo Mtm-s'Hedemark, ss !,iL^. M5 ' i Holmes, c . . IScarvarda, If iSevcrtson. 3b IHaskcl, Ib . i Cooper, rf jHyder, cf . s Kcirl llnys HI Neat Jenkins. Southern I'tnlt 1 1 1 Cuntim I'l.-u-kti. K,jit l-ruis 116 U .1 Hnlx'llsun. Fnrt 1I.1V5 Mr, Colin \Villlnins Kmlntiia Stale Nfi Onu All,-n. Northern Colorado 147 U-nnii- (Unison. Southern I'tah H7 Tom Walsh. WrMern New Me\ieo 148 Mark AehrlKcr. Northern Otloradit ab . 7 ... 7 .. 7 . 4 . 6 h bl 6 0 i_:xc, Dan Allen had a . ....... 148 Adami Stale lance and fell the public reaction :was similar and would carry will be made to complete all facilities at least a year in ad- plenty of Tance to provide shakedown tesls. * * * Commercialism rado. surprised, dosin? ccrcmo ., UNC al 1U i AC we're not but we're very nies will be held in Mile High.ships, Topeka, Kan. home of the Denver; Baseball Champion-.over to the betting on the 13- horsc Preakness field. My Dad George, rimnerup in 1 Buffs 6-3 Loss Vaughn, p Rickells, p Totals .. , Kitamura, ss il'chida, n Bugge, o 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 . 50 2 7 2 BOULDEK - Norllicm Colo-.liams, UNC def. Mike -- - - - - - u jshed j t s l M ( .. 4 . Kick ^ U N t ; def . Broncos of the National Font- UNC Frosh at Mesa College. ;the Derby, was made the second · · 1J/U ,, If ' j choice by Harl at 4-1. pleased." Robert Murri, ,,.*-»- . .. dent of Loveland Basin, said of' 0 * 1 !the International Olympic Com- i^Monlrears'Tanding of the 1976i I I K I/^ /**\»\ J ^ K l l l r ' T f\ C T\ f\ Problem|»TM o-r^aUNL LlNCl UNllS I O tRQ mittee's selections. . i . r a t o s ennis oa - , - . ., . vj|| nno ]!)70 dual meel season glorious! Al Johnson, 9-7, 6-3; Clive G r a n t , ' , ' ',,, ·ly Tuesday by defeating the UNC. def. Bob Gorsh, 11-9, 4-fi,','.' * · · " . i Colorado University Buffs, G-3. 9-7: Marke Towne, CU, def. T h n . ' . ' ' to questions of politics and com- With Alumni Game Sat. Ib 21) . 3b i Colorado University Buffs, G-3. 9-7: Marke Towne, CU, '^'T hnrne" cf " : The win gives Coach Bill Dick Snlzenstcin, 6-2, C-2; Jim Andre ,.'. s .,' ,llciss' Bears a 13-4 dual meet Cole, CU, def. Dave Eaton, ti-l-ip edeni r 'f : record and top seeding in the 6-1. lYarbcr D ; Rocky Mountain Athletic Con- Doubles - Kiel-Williams, g . . : " · '.fcrcnce championships Friday UNC. def. Grout-Wilson, 5-7. 6-4,: · · v - ·and Saturday i.-t Topeka. Kan. 6-4: Grant-Moore, UNC, def.! ; UNC is seeking ils seventh suc-.Colc-.Iiiliii.son, 6-3, 5-7, 7-5; Eaton 'cessive conference crown. 'Salzcnstein, UNC, def. Gersh-.UNC ab . 6 . :t . 3 .. 0 ... 6 .. 6 .. 5 . ii ... 6 ... 3 2 3 2 r 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 h 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totals . Kreshman Hick Moiire. form- T U H I I U , 2-G, 12-10, 6-4. iu 4 u«Limib u. Hum.-.o ».m ,..,... , . ... . pvervthins that I , , ,, , ' Freshman KICK Moore, torni- mfrcia'Um in sports-two lnor -j^" ^ \ 0 j,, " M u r r i added.' s P ri "g drills at the University-staff have been generally pleas-1 defense as we have done, he ( , r GrL , elcv Centra | standout, and CSU . 50 3 8 3 002 000 000 000 00-- 2 001 100 000 000 01--3 ny problems. "^ ^ «· ""· TM^ de ^^|of Northern Colorado will end e d with this sprin - - T h e IOC. which T "esdayHis resort was cons^^^^ ipicked Montreal and Denver for likely site for some of the ski.^.^ ^ lhe6A , umni h Hi« 1Q7C cummer urH winter CVculS in 13/0. · . . ,,,,.,,,. ,,i n.nn 'orkouts.:said. the doubles team of Dave Eaton- the 1976 summer and winter, games, respectively, has been Willy Schaeffler, asked by ils 80-year-old chair-V Q " v , cr El man. Avery Brundage of the;*TM i go United States, to eliminate Al-;being -'"" pine skiing from Olympic; ver s i in the the -we're definitely ahead of The first defense for the Bm-'Dick Salxonstein scored victories where we were nfiannual spring game al 7:30 p.m. 01 TM - -·--· .- f O U r time last year, Blasi said. ins has vet to be scored tin Tuesday to end their dual meet T n Pn rtir i n f l t Moore l u ' U l I II.IJJU 1 , DUL i w d w i i uvci spring. competition undefeated Denver Bronco offensive lac-,played Nn. 3 singles and Eaton- | n of drills for the Bears He has pointed out, however. k]g Sam Bium,]]^ a Northern ! Salzenstein played No. 3 doubles L Iwho are preparing their title 'that on occasion his Bears have c 0 i ora d 0 graduate will coach'against the Buffs, .'defense in the Rocky Mountain;lacked some consistency. "This ;l s | ;] Conference. jcomcs partly from scrimmaging whicn wi n are no longer desirable of commercialism. confident that, they ve had an. There are no advance indica-:excellent opportunity lo get lhe : 'Sorts as to how the IOC willjbid. "It's just great and I thinkj Big 8 Baseball Championship 1CS -- About A l u m n i squad' Moore teamed with dive'.students enrolled in special IHycler. includ Zee 'pro Grant to give UNC a valuable classes operated by the Weld, P.tch,ng .'. . . . :- -,-..L,._ n.u. n .Board of Con p e r a 1 1 v e. vaugnn : EducalionaI Services (BOCES)[Rickets Ihe State Special (L, 1 .Olympics Saturday at Aurora'Yarber Steve W i l l i a m s and G r a n t ' H ^ k l e y High School. ;.S..IIivan (W E: Uchida, Villano, Hedemark 2. Severtson. 1 J 0-A: UNC 39-12 i none out when winning run was scored): CSU 42-14. Left: UNC ; 14, CSU 10. . 2b: Holmes. Hensen. HR: An- 40 drews. SB: Holmes, Peden. S: " ' ' P 13 ers. Brunelli's s-.^uad upset iVarsitv. 10-0, in last year's lhe' 0 1 7!i 5 B=:i 2 r er bb so 2 1 0 19 1 1 3 0 2 2 3 3 0 0 4 12 but Blasi vows that his charges; .scored singles victories. react to Brundage's sugges-! "it's just great aim i u.iimi * · · will be ready for the challenge.! tions. ! ' r s a true recognition of the ex-! THE ASSOC | ATED PRES S mathematically eliminate both Following that loss to the: The political questions involve cit}ng_j»tential f of^slate^f;: ^ ^ chm , lpion . ships kl Kansas, second at 8-0. and Neb- South Africa, .A'orth Korea. Rhodesia and Colorado as winter sports state, ' - Alum f last season, the Bears Cyclones posted a 10-0 record and were Tuesday's results: Singles -- Jon Grout. CU, i Allen Kiel, 6-4, 8-6: Steve ' would be 13-2 "and wnuld'tnird-ranked nationally. They, finish with a 13-5 record even-are the favorites lo repeat Seibert added ;track, tennis and golf go en the The African Supreme Council: The Colorado Ski Country|line this weekend in Lawrence ,, ,, .,,.,, 1B _ U1U ,,,,... . ... . . -'for Sports wants the South Afri- U.S.A. headquarters said it'Kan., and Iowa S.ite has a . f (hev |QS( al , |hrec gameg n e x ( ! RMAC title in 1970. Ticket can National Olympic Commit-|was very nice for all the peoplejcnance 10 ueuoe ine niu 1 - u "-. week lo N e |, ras k a in their sea-: UNC opens its title defense 'tee expelled because of that na-;whn had worked so hard to geNeraice Daseoan tine meie is son wi|]dup series inext Sept , 9 at Durango against; DrQWS tion's apartheid racial policies.;it here." .well. ,p w j owa gi a t e victories over Ft. Lewis College. ' Rhodesia is under fire for pri- One of those persons was.l The Cyclones, sprinting away K ., nsas wou | d eliminate the -lay-; _ -marily the same reason and!Merrill Hastings, editor of Colo- § from the Big F.ight field with a nawks bul Nc |, ra ska still would 'South Korea wants its Commu-'rado Magazine, who celebrated! 10-2 conference record and six nave a shot ·nisi neighbor. North Korea, ex-ihis birthday Tuesday. He wasjgamcs to play, can clinch their. Oklahoma, fourth with a 7-?: ·pelled for political reasons. i one of the original organizers of; first diamond title in 13 years m a r k _ anc| Missm , r i, fifth with! The IOC has not published an .he Denver Olympic Committee by sweeping three games from , ; . 7 als( , s|i n havc a mat h cm at- agenda for the remainder of its -meeting which ends Friday. for drawing up plans for the 11 1976 Olympic bid. football Workshop Here ifo Draw Top Coach Talent Univcrsity of Kansas. ic;l | t .h am . c An Iowa Stale swoop would Bcsi(|cs t h o ]mva sta t e .Kan-; sas scries this weekend. Neb-' niska i.s at fallen champion Ok-, lahoma State. 5-8: Kansas State,; 7-9. at Missouri sod Colorado.! 5-10. at Oklahoma. ! Although Oklahoma Stale fail-! First Alumni Grid Drill Slated Wed. The students will be trying- Ricketts pitched to 4 batters ' t o better the record set byiin 14th. .BOCES students last year. The! ,'J21 entered in the meet in 19G9;| I C A P s M i t ~ ''.'·came home with 15 firsts, n i n e j U . J./\. I x O U l S j seconds, and six thirds. : This year's entry list was I made up after the BOCES Special Field Day held in Eaton last mcnth. The 40 students! were the top performers. . . . . . . Competition Saturday will b e Interest is runnm? high for : jn lhe 50 . yard dashi tnc soo-yardj- Tal Brody, 6-foot-2 former lithe University of Northern Col-| nm |he stanr ji n g broad jump, linois star, threw in 21 points as orado's first season football!,,,,, so ftball throw, the special the United States routed Austra- tickct drive. - · - Australia In Cage Play SARAJEVO, Yugoslavia (AP) The first Alumni drill for Saturday night's between the Northern Colorado varsity and the Alums will be held Wed- games in im js $13.50. If ncsday night (tonight) at hasc( , singly for cach g ed in its bid for a fifth straight; -- fc £ n ^d at 7 So p.m "!«..J:? 1 '!.^'!! 0 ^'^ 'tej Head Coarh Sam Brunelli has ; .The biennial University .Cowboys may claim Ihe batting : champion. ! a "n!!!' n of "The Houston Option: Ball Con-!IO : 0 in 1989 and was Ihe nation's osr - s Torrv Kdwards. y mile the 200-yard relay, and ilia 99-62 and qualified for the fi- The rcjcrvcd-seat tickets will. t n e 44o. ya rd relay. " nal round in the World Amateur go on sale Saturday night at 7; winners in t h e s t a ic com-!Baskelball Championships. The m.tn., half an hour prior to the l p e t i t i o n wi n be elegible to enterjhalftime score was 44-30. :UNC Varsity-Alumni football;,^ Na | iona i Special Olympicsj The victory Tuesday night put igame. That game will wind up'.),, Chicago this summer. Ithe Americans in the final [spring drills for the defending! T)]c Weld BOCE s p ravides|L'onipelition against Czechoslo- ;Rocky Mountain Athletic Con-| spceial services for students in|vakia, Yugoslavia and four oth- iference chammons. l l h e We | d county school districtsjcr teams still to be decided. Cost for tickets In five hnmc w Va iMv Eaton. Weld Central.' The finals open on Saturday in Plallc Valley and Ljubljana. The Czechs gained lhe final by shading Cuba" 82-80. Ken Washington was second ·Northern Colorado Football.trol Offense" and "The Passilhird-ranked team, will be join- p | avs | )n |], f M '. st base and the! " are scheduled, Wednesday's, and a l l ' Brunelli as ··S^Slinn 1" we^k'i -V ^^°Cr^ $* ' -^- Art ^r-s; s s ^ ^,S y ;Soon ^ "·Workshop will be held this yearRush and Containin" The Pro-cd by his highly successful do- 0 ,| t fj c ]d, grabbed the conference '-'lulv 7-10 UNC head coach Bob.Type Quarterback." Bell, who,tensive line coach Vmce Xim-.batiin;; load from Iowa Stale's ".Blasi Ins -announced was NCAA District 4 Coach-of-;mer on Ihe staff. * : " Joimn" Blasi on the workshop Ihe-Year in 1969. guided his, Blasi's topic will be'The I'unl ^inlf u-m be five college and learn to the Ifith spot in nalional'Return," an:l Zimmer's will be ... ,, _ * university coaches from around College Division rankings and a "Containing lhc Hushing Of- b a |, while CnrriRan dropped to at : TM_ i On hand to assist fans with| "' nlnln sowinns will be held victory over Tcrrv Bradshawifensc." Ximm(-r's line ranked third ;l i 432. Iowa Slate's Ed- ^turd.w s gjmc will wind ; | ne ,,. tlcktl selections will be, ' da Iv f om 1 1 4 3 p n, and Suis ana Tech in the Tan-;sccond in lhc nation in rushing.Tadelmrn is second at .438. ''| *P""B f""» ""* ^ |Miss UNC Football 1970. Candyi AmonTuie speaker^i are Pur-gerine Bowl. 'defense in 1969. Rick Ogle of Colorado Icadsi ?'_.- !!._ wl11 . b ?,. hc i d _ at :"° itjallafihcr. a sophomore from du Universitv offensive line^ Air Force Academy offensive Registration for the workshop with 39 strikeouts and Cramer in -yoach W C "Winip" Hewgley.ltine coach "Spikf" Hillstrnm will be conduclcd al tho. firsl:fowest walks, allnwing .l.lii per -jjpac · · "Offcnsiveiwill discuss "Tra: and I sola-session. The course numnor is inning. . , . · , , , ,- i --Who will lecture on iiitcnsive.wi.i ¥ «IM»! : _ ., V;| _ v ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, . ,,,,,,;,,,,,,;,.,, ,,,,, | n V caln statistics, Iowa Slale · sll ! d " 111 identification cards ,t|, ir d nationally, will meel an nfiiy 'reserved seats sell at three dol-i lars each. Following Saturdav' BATTING - Sal Bandn, A's/high scorer for the Americans night's kickoff. the drive will| drnve in two runs w jn, a f i rst j n ., w ilh 17 points. Garfield Smith continue throughout the sum-jj n g s j nR | e anc j two more wilhjscorcd 10 points. mer. , an nth inning homer that beat! Ken Cole was high for the The sea's which will po oni w . ls |,- mf ,| nj , 5.3 lAussies wiwth 1(5. sale Saturday are located be- wccn tho 30 and 40-yard lines Ihe west side of Jackson i .. . Because the game is a | Denvcr . event, not a regularly · UXC ' S Varsity, which postetl a scheduled one ,m passes or : 10 . n ,n,rk last .season lo rank: p ,l Purdue Uo, Block ng"wh'i!e New M c x - H P K R 200-7. Itegistralion " East roarh J. and Ro lm,t co s e ba.khclri ,,,ach for two hours of graduate credits hitting .203, Kansas has ,,· Bill Monde will .speak on "The is S24. Those not wishing lo rc-iici.m earned run average of 2.1,7 . hcad Ncw Mex ; r n SpriiV tiul FV,'." coi'.f credit may register fit nojanrl Colorado i.s fielding .056 lo "'ill ' at lhe Bell will discuss. Kla.ii, whose I'NC team went charge. lead. Alumni squad coached by Drn-l ,vcr Brniicn offensive tackle! .Sam Brunelli at 7:3fl Saturday ; night. FLOWERS Geraniums, Bedding Plants Gift Plants and Arrangements Large Selection Saalwaechter's Market 90-1 E. 18(h St.

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