Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 9, 1969 · Page 32
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Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, October 9, 1969
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Page 32 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thiirs., Oct. 9, 1969 DIAGRAMS PLAY - Grcelcy Central Coacli Tom Haggard charls ;i piny nut on [he blackboard, preparing for a discussion wilh Ihc I cam at lialftime of Wednesday's football game wilh Loveland at Jackson Field. Loveland employed deft passing In defeat Hie Wildcats, 27-6. (Tribune pliolo by Paul Mnloncy) GRONQUIST RECOVERS - Bob, Grpnquisl,. Greeley Central linebacker, snatches the football arid transfers possession from Loveland lo Central. Gronquist -made' the recovery on Greeley Central's 24 lo end a Loveland scoring threat. The Wildcats bowed to Loveland, 27-6. Other Wild- Cats pictured are 1 'Jim Ankeney (42) and Scott McLauthlin (33).. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloney) State Colorado Slale College will be oul lo break a Ill-game Boise Slnlc Collide winning slreak Saturday when Hie learns collide in Boise at 1:30 p.m., but the Bears a learn wilh onlslanding size, power and speed I his week. Bolh learns are undelealei through throe games and cacl ranks as something of an mi known q u a n t i t y lo (he oilier The Boars and Broncos have never inol before. The Bears go into (he game wilh a 3-0 record, includini, wins over Kansas Slate Tench crs, 33-30, Ft. Hays Slate,' S3. (i, and Colorado Mines, 511-0 Boise Slale, on Ihe nlhcr hand has clicked off wins over Ccn fral Washinglon, 37-7, Whil worth, (i(i-7, and Cal Poly (Sai Luis Obispn), 17-7. Boise posted an 8-2 rocnrc last season in head coach Ton) Knap's first season. Following two losses in Ihcir first Ihree games, Boise wenl on lo click off seven straight wins and rank in Ihe lop 30 of Hie National Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Knap came to Boise Stale from Ihc Vancouver Lions of Ihe Canadian Football League. 201 h in Ihe NCAA wilh a 40. average. Slivers and Baird both re Prior lo lhal, he was head coach at Ulah Slate University for four years, where his teams compiled a 20-12-2 record.. Boise Stale exisled as a junior college from TO until 1005. During that time, Boise made seven bowl appearances. It won the National Junior College Athletic Association in l!)fR and ranked first in NC'JAA ratings in 19B5. The last Bronco losing learn was in l!Hli. The nexl three! seasons, Ihc Broncos followed' that 3-1-2 season with undcfcat-j ed seasons. The last of five perfect years for Ihe Broncos lurn, as docs Forrey. Slivers slill ranks as the leading place kicker on the -Bronco club Baird has punted over liO yards frequently this season. Bairc can also play halfback and split end, and runs pallerns verj well. Forrey plays deep safety for Ihe Broncos. He is extremely fast on the safety blitz and ranks as a great all-around defensive player. Other standouts on Ihe Boise learn include NA1A second team All-America selection D o u g Woolsey. He pulls well ami blocks wilh authority and is an excellent all around player. Starting at fullback for the Broncos will be. Abe Brown The workhorse of Ihe lironco offense, Brown was second in rushing last year although he iilaypd' only five and a half 'nines. He scored nine touch- towns in that span to tie for he team scoring title. At middle linebacker, the Soars will face Steve Svitak. 'his season, he leads his team- nalcs in pass interceptions. He s very mobile and strong. Also on Ihc defensive unit, the Bears will face Alan Ellerl, a 30-pound sophomore. He char- fds fast and hard and is al- eady rated as a lop player. The 'Bears will fly to Boise r riday morning and workout here Friday aflernoon in preparation for Saturday's game. They will return to Greeley immediately after the game. Medeiros Is Restored To CSC Squad Paul Medeiros, who was dropped from (he Colorado Slale College football squad after missing Monday's football practice without reporting lo the coaches, has been re-instalcd, according lo Head Coacli Bob Blasi. Blasi said that Medeiros reported his absence lo the coaching staff Tuesday, and that his reasons for missing the practice were valid. He will work wilh Ihc Bear junior varsity team this week, Blasi added. Flood Says He Quits By RALPH BERNSTEIN Associated Press Sports Writei PHILADELPHIA (AP) - tontrove'rsial Rich · Allen wa. Iradcd to the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday, or was he? The Philadelphia Phillies an lounced the trade of Allen to .he Cardinals for catcher Tim WcCarver, outfielder Curt Flood ·elief pitcher Joe Hoerner anc lulficlder Byron Browne. In- 'ielder Cookie Rojas and pitchei Jerry Johnson went along with Allen. Flood, however, heard of the trade and immediately announced he bad retired from baseball. The Cardinals said Flood's de- 5 Key RMAC Games Slated The tille chase In Rocky Moun- ain Athletic Conference football logins healing up this Saturday vith five games figuring in the day. The WSC Mountainers itaridings. In addition, there will be three lonconference games with Wcsl- trn New Mexico the only team ·esting from its labors. In the Mountain Division, un- lefealcd Western Slate chase after its fourth conference Bears Granted National Rank Colorado State College's undefeated football team has been ranked 2fllh in Ibis week's Uniled Press International football poll announced today. The Bears received Iwo first place voles and enough points lo boost them into the nation's top 20, according to a UPI spokesman. The Bears put their record on the line Saturday when they travel to Boise State College for a 1:30 p.m. game. North Dakota Still Tops in Small College By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Pennsylvanians, 3-0, got came in when Hie club went 1(1-0. Since there and Indiana (Pa.) Stale rolled points. have been numerous 8-1 and 9-1 seasons. In IflliB, Ihe Broncos led Hie NAIA in pass interceptions with 34. Steve Forrey topped the NAIA in individual intcrcep- Tbe Broncos the lions wilh 12. ranked IRIh in rushing defense, giving up only 76.9 yards per game, and in kick-scoring, Gary Sliver i lied for 10th place in the NCAA wilh 51 poinls Punier Dennis Baird ranked Unbeaten North Dakota Slate up impressive victories and maintained their 1-2 position in The Associaled Press' weekly Small College football poll. The Bisons of North Dakota Slale, 24-0 victors over South Dakota, received seven of the 14 first place voles from a national two first place votes and 182 Montana, 4-0, lied for ninth a week ago, advanced lo fourth by beating Weber Slate, 20-17. Weber, seventh in the last poll, dropped lo a lie for 14th place. Delaware. Sacramento Stale and Akron all moved up into the Top Ten. Dropped from the elite panel of spurts writers and', cn werc Wcbcr| Nortn em ArL broadcasters and a total of 242 zona and Nnr n nvc st Louisiana. points. This gave them a comfortable margin over Indiana State, which walloped Edinboro 27-0. niiiii-Kizcil l i r w i k f i i s l . Y i m r rhoicn of Hunm, Sniisiine or HAM ;ind i KG11S. wilh n i l tho coffee you can d r i n k . Only We. Open S:flO a.m.! Complete BREAKFAST Bacon, Sausage, or No. Dak. SI. (7) Indiana (Pa.) St. (2) Texas AI (1) Montana Grambling Delaware Sacramento Slate Lenoir Rhyne (2) Alcorn AM Akron (1) Norlhern Arizona Central Missouri St. Florida AM Arkansas Slate Weber State Humboldt State Wilkes New Mexico Highlands Fairmont. W.Va. triumph in a meeting with Southern Utah, a 30-12 victim of Nevada-Las Vegas last Satur- rolled up a 49-0 score against Fort Le\yis of Durango,- Colo. Another Mountain Division game sends Colorado Mines, crushed 58-0 by unbeaten Colorado State College of the Plains Division, against Fort Lewis at Durango. In the Plains Division, Pillsburg, Kan. State, slewing one league victory in one start, will play at Nebraska-Omaha, which look a 411-7 shellacking last week from Idaho Slate for its third defeat in a row. Fort Hays, Kan., Stale and Washburn will play at Topcka in another plains contest. Washburn was idle Saturday while Fort Hays dropped a 35-14 decision lo Northwest Missouri. Empoi'ia, Kan., Stale will lurn loose its rousing offense against Southern Colorado Stale at Pueblo. The Kansans ran wild against Peru, Neb., Stale lasl Saturday 7C-G while SCSC nicked Western New Mexico in an inlerdivisional game 23-C. Colorado State College, un- jealen in Ihree games, will :ickle another nonleague foe Saturday when it goes 1o Boise, Idaho, Stale. Adams Slale, its unblemished record sullied in a 38-3 loss to lighlands last week, will try to right itself against Eastern New Mexico. Westminster of the Mountain Division will play Highlands at Las Vegas, N.M The Salt Lake City school was idle last week. Adams Stale and Colorado Slate have won two league ;ames apiece without a defeat. cision didn't change a thing "Once the trade is made, 'i goes," said a St. Louis spokes lan. Phillies general manager John Quinn said only, "I have no statement until I have had a chance to .talk with Flood." The 'deal, according to the Thomas. Thomas was released Cardinals' spokesman, couk wind up in Ihe office of the commissioner of baseball. Allen, the slugging first baseman, was overjoyed at the news of the trade. "Six years in this ,own (Philadelphia) is enougl for anybody. I'm glad lo be away from Quinn and all ol hem. They treat you like cattle." Flood said in a statement re- by" a public relations "If I were younger I cer- eased agent: .ainly would enjoy, playing for 'hiladelphia. But under the circumstances, I have decided to retire from organized baseball effective t o d a y (Wednesday) The 32-yeaivold Flood and the 17-year-old McCarver were the key figures in Ihe deal for Philadelphia. Flood is one of the best defensive oulfielders in baseball and hit .285 with 57 RBI this past season. McCarver hit .250 and lad 51 RBI as the Cardinals, 'avored to win the National ^eague pennant for the thirc straight year, finished a disap- minting fourth in their division. Allen batted .288 with 32 home 'uns and 89 RBI in 118 games vith the Phillies in 1969. In his ix seasons in the National Emporia Stale, although losing g enora ] managcl . who said ne its only RMC game to dale, has rolled up the most points of any of the 14 teams by averaging 50.3 per game. Western Slate i as been the hardest lo score against, limiting three opponents lo a total of 13 poinls. Colorado Slale College lops ,he conference in total offense and defense. The Bears have averaged 448 yards per game rushing and passing while holding three opponents to an average of 141. Individual leaders in the RMAC are: Hushing, Chuck Riley, Westminster, 177.3 yards per game; passing (completion percentage), George Kaplan, Colorado State, 30-46 "for 479 yards; most yards, Bob Leahy, GO 40 39 39 Envporia State, 44-82 for 710; 30 total offense, Rocco Gonella, 29 Nebraska-Omaha, 815 yards; pass receiving, Bruce Cerone, 2 tie most feared sluggers in the ;ame. He has hit 177 home runs ind driven in 544 runs, averag- ng .300 at bat. Allen's parting wilh Ihe Phil- ics was a foregone conclusion, "'he only guessing was lo what ilub and for what players. The 27-year-old Allen has been nvolvcd in one controversy aft- r another wilh the Phillies' nanagement. Two managers, Gene Mauch and Bob Skinner lefl Ihc club aflcr problems wilh Allen. Mauch was fired. Skinner quit, blasting 'Carpenler and Quinn for protecting Allen. Allen's problems with the Phil-i lies began July 3, 1965, when he had a fight during batting prac- lic w i t h teammate Frank and after that Allen was the vic- lim of intense booing from the tiome fans. .Then, there were missed airplanes, missed games, latenesses for batting practice, a bar fight, and'an almost crippling injury highlighting his siormy career. This past, summer he was Fined.$1,000 for missing a fligl .0 St. Louis. Later, June 24, h iailed to show up for a double leader at Shea Stadium in Ne York. Skinner, suspended hire indefinitely. He missed 26 day and 29 games, losing in excess o $10,000 in salary. When he finally came back after a meeting wilh club owne Bob Carpenter, he vowed thi was his last season in Philade phia. St. Louis has gambled tha manager Red Schoendiensl ca: iccomplish what Mauch . an Skinner couldn't -- get Allen I conform to rules. Schoendicns asked if he felt he could hand! Allen, said: "I don't know Allen I've never spoken to him. I kno :iis reputation, of course, but don't know any of the back jrotind of what went on in Phila delphia." The St. Louis skipper said hi ules are not tough, that he de BONNIE JO SMILES - Showing a striking resemblance to Jackie Onassis, Greeley Central pompon girl Bonnie Jo Peyton flashes a smile as she helps-lead the Wildcat pepclub in a song. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloney) league he has become one of mands a player be in shapi vhen he comes to the ball park usually don't have trouble in landling anybody. The big thin] s they have lo handle Ihem selves He (Allen) will star lore with a clean slate." As for Allen, he said he wai ;oing oiil lo St.-Louis and gc limself settled down. "1 won' vorry about anything but base all," he said. "I want to be 01 i pennant winner and this may e it." As Reds Manager CINCINNATI (AP)--"Winning|iny Helms who put his futun wilh the Reds on Hie line. ' If Howsam thinks he cai find a better manager than Dave Bristol Ihen he'd better look up stairs. "I'm through in Cincinnati. ,,,, ,, . , , know I'm going to be traded, so I h e R e d s manager was let go|,, m sayingewh ° t r , n j nk] .. H eims is the name of the game," said Reds president Francis L. Dale following the firing of manager Dave Bristol Wednesday but it wasn'l'popular with some play- after four years by Bob Howsam| sai j' look the action "after completely reviewing the entire opera- lion. I fell a managerial change was necessary." National League baiting cham pion Pole Rose said he "really liked Dave. I've liked ever; manager I've ever played foi but Dave is something different Bristol, 36, youngest manager u e ' s the most dedicated man 1 in Hie major leagues, was offered a front office job as Howsam's assistant for special projects. No successor was immediately named. scrappy second baseman Tom- know." He started \vith Ihe Reds organization as a player in Welch W. Va. in the A p p a l a c h i a n League in 1951 and managed "I can't believe it," said the Reds minor league clubs for the next nine years. Hunters Special ing Bags Phis All The Coffee You Care To Drink · Harry Cameron's 0 BOY Orivin Emporia, 31 for G38 yards; scor- ELECTRIC RAZORS · West 9th St. at 21st Ave. Dial 352-9833 Telephone 352-0253 Charlie Metro Is New Royal Mentor KANSAS CITY (AP)-Charlie Metro', termed by his predecessor a "no-nonsense type guy," :ias taken over as manager ol the Kansas City Royals from Joe Gordon, who candidly admitted he wasn't tough enough :o handle today's baseball play- rs. The change, which came at Jordon's request, likely will mean more discipline for the Royals in their second season. Gordon directed the Royals lo 59 victories--second besl in history for an expansion team -and fourth place in the American League West. Metro, 50, who has He said been the Royals director of scouting, was lis choice for a successor. "He is a no-nonsense type guy on thai field," said Gordon. Metro served as a coach for lordon Ihe final five weeks of he 1969 season. "Charlie's more demanding than "I am. He's going lo make Ihese guys play better than they think they can. They're not going to be complacent." Metro, who has been a big- eague manager. only four months but has spent 33 years n baseball as player, manager, cout, coach, personnel man and just about everything else, lonfirmed Gordon's analysis. "f'm not what you might consider a Simon Legree, but 1 lave my standards and I never ower them," Metro lold a news :onference Wednesday morning. He signed a one-year contract or 1970. Terms were not disclosed. Gordon will remain with the Royals as a special scout and liaison man under Cedric Tallis, executive vice president. Heath Blanks Fort Morgan Heath Junior High School is having a great season. They pasted Fort Morgan 32-0 Wednesday to keep their season record unblemished at 4-0. Terry May paced the team scoring three touchdowns.'Duncan McKee and Ron Lewis scored Hie oilier two for Heath. The next game is Thursday as they host Lincoln. One of May's TD's was on a spectacular 70-yard run. Fort Morgan .._ 0 0 0 0-- 0 Heath _ . 6 6 8 12-32 John Evans Beats Longmont 26-8 Wednesday John Evans Junior H i g h School, paced by the scoring and rushing of Eric Carlson, wished for a 26-8 victory over Longmont Junior High in Gree- 'ey Wednesday. John Evans is presently 1-2-1. The next game is Thursday, Oct. 1G as they host Loveland. Carlson scored twice on off .ackle plays and rushed for 134 yards. ' · .onomont _ 2 0 0 John Evans 6 6 14 6- 8 0-2S Every 7 minutes somebody fails in love with a Datsun. DATSUN/Z $2032 Datsun's sporty 5-passenger 2-door is one reason why our national sales figures show someone has fallen in love with and bought a Datsun on the average of every 7 minutes this year. 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