Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 14, 1970 · Page 27
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 27

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 14, 1970
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Roosevelt Leading Pack Cronk, Zulauf Shine In First Lap of Welco Meet Thurs., May 14. .Pag«.?7 ZULAUF BREAKS OWN M A R K - Val- · ley's Bruce Zulauf broke his own conference ·record Wednesday in the high jump as he leaped 6 feet, 3 inches (above). The jump, ' according to Roosevelt track mentor and di- rector of the meet Randall Hess, bettered a state record. Zulauf's old mark was 5 feet, 11 inches, set last year. Roosevelt-leads the first round of -the Welco Track Meet.' (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sport* Writer JOHNSTOWN -- Two Welco tracksters, Craig Cronk of Weld Central and Bruce Zulauf of Val, ley, are mighty happy boys af- 1 ter Wednesday's first round of ' the Welco Track Meet here. Both athletes bettered state marks, Cronk in the 440 and Zulauf in the high jump, but won't get recognition as such on the official Colorado logs. The-state rules say that records can only be set in the state championship meet. Cronk ran a phenomenal 49.8 in a prelim 440 and Zulauf leaped six feet, three inches in the high jump finals. Roosevelt on Top Roosevelt leads the Weld County field after one day with 16'/2 points. Valley is seconc with 12 and Weld Central is third with 11. Finals in four events were held. Rod Rutt of Roosevelt won the shot put with a toss of 51 feet, Vz inch setting a new con ference mark and Dave Purdy of Fort Lupton won the long jump with a leap of 20 feet, 2V2 inches. Randy Hoff of Windsor edged Sonny Swartz of Welc Central in the pole vault and Zulauf captured the high jump with his record jump. Hoff poled 11 feet, 6 inches in the vaulting. Prelims were held in the 440 220, low hurdles, high hurdles and the 100-yard dash. Finals Sterling Top Pick At Northern Meet FORT COLLINS and · well-rounded converge on Poudre High School Friday for the running of the annual Northern Track Meet. The meet will largel ability to place in other events, field will'"We know thai our lop boys will get points. It's the others that get fourths and fifths that will help us," Snell said. Two standouts, Randy Geist and Doug Max, will lead the Conference not only Starting Times Prelims in the 120-yard high i . - , hurdles start Friday at 10 a.m. the Northern loop, but the first|Geist is a favorite in Ihe longL vil)) tne ]0 o.yard dash prelims three placers in each event willijump and the 22.0. lle^sel a at 10:30 a m The finals of lne determine the top tracksters in Spartan brigade to Poudre. Last year, Longmont won the Norlheni Meet but according to Snell is very weak this season. versity High. H: 6 ft. 3 in. Wednesday's qualifiers: Low hurdles: Lutz, W; Gonzales, R; Jacoby, R: Mauler, V; Flores, R; Epple, WC. 100-yard dash: Morris, Comer, W: Cronk, WC: Flu gard, V; Salazar, WC; Williams R. 220-yard dash: Morris, E; Burke, V; Cronk, WC; Loos, V: E;jBrotemarkle, V; Page, R. Purdy. FL; Loos, V; Cronk.l High hurdles: Chapman. R: Bakersfield Man Victor At Bowling KNOXV1LLE, Tenn. (AP) Don Glover of Bakersfield, Calif., representing the Losers Bracket, captured the American Bowling Congress Masters tournament here Wednesday night West and Central tied for sixth j by defeating Bob Strampe of last spring in the event. Detroit. Glover's performance made it three years in a row that a bowler scored 5 four-game vic- advance into the slate meet in school mark in the 220 Boulder next weekend. week in the all-city meet. Sterling figures to be the Max is definitely team lo beat according lo 1 favorite in the hurdles, last pole vault, shot put and the long j u m p will be in the morning league; anci 1)le ol j, er f je ],j event fj na i s b o t l l |Will start at 1:30 p.m. The Greelcy Central coach Clyde,high and low. Max tied the state running event. finals will be Guenther and Greeley West record in the hurdles earlier in .|aeed at 2 D m will be held today in these ivents. A Close Finish j Coach Randall Hess of Roose-L veil predicts a tight team finish!' today. "I think it will be a con- i test between us and Valley. Val-, ley put more qualifiers in the! sprints but we have our share of boys in there, especially in the hurdles." Hess stated that Weld Central could be a dark 1 horse but also stressed that the Rebels don't have much depth in the. finals. In all "the qualifying, Valley placed nine in the finals and Roosevelt six. Also, the finals in the triple jump and discus will be staged today and Roosevelt figures ahead in both. · Starting Times Starting times for today's events are: discus and triple jump prelims and finals, 4 p.m. The high hurdle finals will start at 4:15. The 100-yard dash will start at 4:25, the rnile run finals at 4:35, 880 finals at 4:45, and the 440 at 5 p.m. The low hurdles, 880, 220, 2-mile and; the mile relay will follow between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. The results: Team scores: 1, Roosevelt 16'/2. 2, Valley 13. 3, Weld Central H. 4, Windsor 6. 5, Fort Lupton C. 7, Platte Valley 4'/ 2 . 8, Eaton 3. 9, University High 3. 10, Highland 1. Shot put: 1, Rod Rutl, R. 2, Cook, WC. 3, Wagner, R. 4, Baca, R. 5, Jensen, H. D: 51 ft. Vz in. Long jump: . , . WC; Bui-';e, V; Brotemarkle, VJEskew, W; Smith, UH; Mauler. 440-yard dash: Ashley, W j ' V ; Mercer, UH; Flores, R. lories in the last day of competition to defeat a kcgler from the Winners Bracket of tournament. 1, Dave Purdy, FL. 2, Croissant, V. 3, Swartz, WC. 4, Montgomery, University High. 5, Herdt, Eaton. D: 20 ft. 2% in. Pole vault: 1, Randy Hoff, W. the|2, Swartz, WC. 3, Harvey, V. 4, Jacoby, R, and Henderson, PV. Cloverleof | Wednesday 1, B's Charlie W. 7.80, 3.80, 2.80; Mystic Kim 7.00, 3.20; Bill Span 3.40. Quiniela (5-6) 17.20 lime 31.8V. 2, Ollie Brown 12.20, 5.40, 3.00; Andy's Answer 5.40, 3.20; Utilla's Millie 2.80. Quiniela (28) 21.00 time 31.81. ·j Daily Double (5-8) 33.40. . j 3, I'm Fooling 8.20, 5.80, 100; I Birdie Sawyer 6.00. 4.20; .ILovelnnd Hornet 4.40. Quiniela ,(1-5) 41.00 time 31.89. 4, Raffar 20.20, 10.60, 10.40; Xavorian 13.40, 7.UO; Mary ; Cousey 5.CO. Quiniela (5-8) 130.60 time 32.02. 5, R. R.'s Bay Pilot 8.00, 4.20, 2.80; R. Ginny 4.60, 3.00: Tango Tina 3.40. Quiniela (1-2) 15.40 time 40.33. 6, M. S. George 6.00, 3.60, 2.80: Wattled 3.20, 2.60: Nora T. 2.80. Quiniela (5-6) 7.40 lime 31.63. 7, L.B.'s Goldie 10.20, 6.20, 5.60; Effenbee 6.80. 5.40; Jinxie 12.60. Quiniela (2-8) 48.40 time 31.51 . Grand Firebo 16.80, 8.40, 3.60; Gem L.C. 5.60, 3.40; G.M.'s Walker 3.40. Quiniela (18) 37.20 time 40.37 9, Clyde Vee 10.00, 5.60, 3.40; Lonesome Buck 8.80. 5:60; O.B.'s Star Trac 2.60. Quiniela (3-6) 92.00 time 31.40 10 Dube Caesar 7.60, 3.80, 2.80; Syndrome 3.60, 4.00; Leisure Errata 5.20. Quiniela (23) 16.20 time 31.61 11, Daylan 21.20, 7.00, 5.40; Kitty B. There 3.20, 2.80; Bobby Tray 3.80. Quiniela (7-8) 51.20 time 39.86 Twin Quin (2-3 7-8) $720.60, 30 winners. Handle $226,688 Attendance 4974 boss Dennis Snell. the year. Wdl-Roundtd, Undefeated Other stars for West include The Tigers have a well-iTim Mitchell, hurdles; Mick .rounded and undefeated squad]Kcllner, sprints and relays; this spring in triangular meets.'Doug Fanning, long jump; Kev- They are strong in the sprints'in Keberline pole vault a n d w i t h star runner Greg; long jump: Rick Wallace, mile:! Pilk'ington leading the way and 1 Paul Gentle, mile; Tim Benich,! are strong in the jumping'half mile; Tony Lavato, 2-mile; j events. Allen Miller is one of i and sophomore Mike Madden in the state's top 440 men. Sterling j the high jump, should place in every event. I Kirsehenmann in Shot j Fort Collins and Loveland! Central will send several: both have capable teams andj performers lhat are expected to; a few breaks could surprise-place high. Alan Kirschenmann, plenty of people. Snell reported! is the number one shot putter] that Loveland is plagued byjin Ihe conference this year.I injuries though, especially to!,Jerry Medford in the pole vault i thejr outstanding runner and and Fred Flaleland in the 1 staged at 2 p.m. Northern Track Records EDITOR'S NOTE: The following are the current Northern Conference track records. 1 0 0 - y a r d dash: Smith, Greeley "High, 1955, 9.8. 220-yard dash: Kensinger, Loveland, 1969, 21.8. lash: Gall, Fort 8 8 0 - y a r d run: Tesar, Longmont, 1969, 1:5(5.4. M i l e run: Rodriquez, Northern Conference record discus are also tough. The mile, holder in Ihe 440 Jeff Kensinger..relay team will pick up points! ,z n v a r H hiph h,,rrilp:- He has a hamstring pull and! for n, e Wildcats. Members ofi Mor tTM B oulder 195 r did not work out much thislthis team are Doug Keirnes,! , ,, ,, , . ' j ,_,,, ),,', r Hi 0 o. TW» WJBk.' iJay Anderson, Larry Gehringl JS? 19TM m Top Local Performers and Dale Hall. i Hall, 440; Bob Cowlcs, 880;! Strampe had defeated Glover H: 11 ft. 6 in. the first lime they met, 898-862, lo force the Californian to come jack in the Losers Bracket. 11 was Glover's only loss during (he competition. Glover started Wednesday with an 882-723 win over John Wilcox of Williamsport, Pa., and Ihcn downed Dave Davis of Atherton, Calif., 846-756, putting away John Guenther of Seattle next, 899 834. Glover took Strampe 916-877 to force a second match for the title! He then won the roll off 821-800. For his effort, Glover received a $4,500 check and Strampe got $2,800. Guenther finished third for $2,300 and fourth went to Davis who collected $1,800. Skee Foremsky of Houston captured fifth by edging Wilcox 863-861 for SI .350 and Wilcox collected $1,300. HOFF WINS POLE VAULT -- Windsor's Randy Hoff is shown in his conference winning vault Wednesday at Johnstown. He polled 11 feet, 6 inches, edging Weld Central's Sonny Swartz. The Welco pole vault record is 12 feet, 2 inches. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Gale Sayers Wins Halas Football Award NEW YORK (AP) - Gale layers of the Chicago Bears will receive the George Halas award as the "Most Courageous Player" of the National Football League at the annual dinner of the New York chapter of the Pro Football Writers May 25. Sayers missed the last five games in 1968 due to knee 'surgery but came back strong with 1,032 yards and won the rushing title in 1969. Also to be saluted at the dinner is Mill Woodard, retiring president of the American Football League. Both Central and West have several ' top performers and! and Jerry Hilzer, high jump; their hopes hinge on their' are others Central is sending. Loveland, Evansville Climbs Into Third, Beats Denver 54 in 13 Frames relay: ;| 1960,1:31.2. Mile relay: Fort Collins, 1930, 3:27.0. Shot put: McArole, Aurora, 1962, 56 fi. '..'i in. Discus: Smith, Fort Collins, 1965. 162 f t . 10'A in. H i g h jumc: Lindsey, Englewood, 1962, 6 ft. 2% in. P o l e vault: Hoffman, Loveland, 1905, 14 ft. '/i in. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS-the Evansville Triplets climbing] Late rallies played a promin-lto third place on an 8-7 triumph! ent part in American Associa-.over the Denver Bears in 13 in-! tion baseball Wednesday night with each game settled by a nings. The Bears are running last in the Western Division, one-run margin. Two contests 1 ; nine games off the pace. Triple jump: Kula, Greeley West, 19C7, 45 ft. went extra innings. The Oklahoma City 89ers Omaha jumped sway to a 2-OJ Pro Basketball maintained their six-game lead in the Western Division by overtaking Omaha 4-3 on Cesar Ced- cno's seventh-inning home run lead in (he second frame and! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS until Cedeno'si the left field! stayed on top smash cleared fence with Rich Chiles on base. Jerry Hinsley, Wichita pitch- with a runner aboard. |er, was within a single out of ai But Iowa's pace-setting Oaks] 1-0 victory when Indianapolis! In the Eastern Division saw loaded the bses in the ninth on ! Finals Wednesday's Result No game scheduled Today's Game No game scheduled Friday's Game Los Angeles at Indiana, first Denver Man Urges Group On Olympics DENVER (AP) -- Executive director Roger P. Hansen of the Rocky Mountain Center on Environment has urged the creation of R Denver Olympics environmental planning group in the wake of selection of Denver as the site for the 1976 Winter Games. Hansen said "we have years to harness our creativity and imagination to construct an environmental planning model" for the 1076 Olympics. "If we ignore the environmental impact of the coming winter games, we could wind up with an economic boom and bust that could leave environmental mayhem in its wake," he said. their margin cut by a full game, a walk to Stan Swanson and sin-jgamc in hcst-of-7 scries They lost in 10 innings to the Tulsa Oilers 5-4while second- 'BONN -- The new Bonn-Cologne $31 million airport is open. gles by Al Crawford and Jim Armstrong. I 1 place Indianapolis nipped the! Catcher Bill Plummer. thenj Wichita Aeros 2-1 to drive with-\swatted a double to drive home' in 114 games of first place. jtwo runs. Ken Suarez' double The Omaha Royals, 1969 lea- and Chris Chambliss' s i n g l e ' gue champions, thudded into the gave the Aeros their lone tally; Eastern Division basement with in the eighth. ....................-^ Tulsa overcame a 4-2 lead by ijthe Oaks by scoring twice in the ! ninth and winning (he game in Jjlhe lOlh. Murler Sandy Guzman | sent down to Tulsa by the parent St. Louis Cardinals, struck The Minors By The Associated Press Western Division Oklahoma, city 17 s W TMt cl - B jout 15 Oak batters before.lie was wiehiu i H j .«» jj [driven to cover by thi'ir three- Denver "V."'.".""." 7i« !.1M a j n m uprising in the top of the Eastern Division W L Pet. GB lowe ' '.;...: 1 5 7 .6B2 Indianapolis --.'. 13 « .SIS 1'i Bvinnvillt * II .'21 5' Omaha . . . . . a 12 .400 6 Wednesday's Results Indianapolis 2. WirhiM 1 Oklahoma City 4, Omaha .1 Tulsa 5, Iowa 4 (10 irtninesl Evansvllle 8, Denver 7 (13 inninjisl Thursday's Games TMlvet (Dlihes 1-1 al Evanvillo (ll.ii (Id M) Omaha (Montgomery 0 0 ) at Oklahoma City (Splnh? 2-2i .Iowa iunavailalii at Tn!»a (iinavaila lilei Wichita (unavailable) »t Imlian.iimlis iinavailat,lo The Bears blew 6-0 and 7-2 leads in dropping their hcart- I breaker to Evnnsville. Jim Glo- iver, who played for the Bears llast season when Denver was a j Minnesota Twins farm, drove :home Ihe winning run for the Triplets wilh his 13th-inning sin- Tonight X four Ramos match inn same opponents as Ihe sc- ries coriie to a close. THE JJLPUIE HAUS TIRED OF TRYING TO FIND A PARKING PLACE OR NEED EXERCISE? Come in and sec our complete line of RALEIGH BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES We also feature complete bicycle repair and service! 1600 Eighth Avenue Phone 352-2563 m High Jump: 1, Bruce Zulauf, V. 2, Ham, R. 3, DeWalt, PV. Anderson, E. 5, Howard, Uni- SALE! Woofoo this week only! 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