Mon., April 17, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 33'- D I N O DUCKS -- Tliis throwing error by SCSC's third for UNC's first run in the first game off a single by Dennis baseman Jon Aquino allowed UNC's Dean ("Dino") Burch- Lconida. The Bears won both ends of a double-header from field lo reach first base. The Bear outfielder was sent borne the SCSC Indians Saturday. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Bears Down SCSC, 5-7,3-2 The University of Northern Hears took both ends double-header From Colorado of a Southern Colorado Stale College here Saturday to end a three- game losing streak. The Bears won the firs! g.ime 5-1, and the second '!-2, getting wins for pitchers Bruce Vaughn and' P a l " McCoy respectively. None of the Bears' runs in the two games were earned. In the first contest, Vaughn upped his won-lost record to 3-1 by striking out fire batter.-,, walking only one, and holding SCSC lo five nils. The Indians' pitcher, Mike Burba, also pitched .1 tight game, striking out five and allowing no earned runs. The seven off the Colorado knuckle- Bears got Southern bailer. Â·Â·Both pitchers started off the game in top form, retiring the side in order, and each had a .strikeout in [he first inning. At this point the two teams parted their ways, as Vaughn cun linued his excellent pitching, TEMJP and DRIVE to STEVENS CHEVROLET 115 Highway 85 inAult foraSwingin' Deal! a grounder to baseman Torn threw n wild Burchfield to and the Bear bailers' picked two r u n s off the Indians in the second inning. U N C ccnlcrficlder Dean Surchiield liil SCSC's third Aquino, who in turn overthrew :he first baseman, allowing Burchfield lo reach second. Burba then pilch, sending third. Bob DeMco, UNC catcher, walked and stole second lo put himself in scoring posilion. S e c o n d baseman Dennis Leonida singled to send home Burchfiled, and Vaughn t.rj;i helped his winning cause bv driving a sharp single lo right field and scoring DeMen. Again in the third inning Vaughn retired Ihp opposition in order, while Rich Ziegler Bear third baseman, got on base with o i l f i e l d a single, reached and Bur- first on a single by chfield reached Aquino's second error of t h e game. The Bears' biggest inning o] the game came in the f i f t h when they began a rally with two outs. Xieglor gol the hal rolling when he reached firsl off the third error for Aquino. A single by Burchfield pu 1 Ziegler on second and in scoring position. He was then sent home DcMpo. liur- third on an error by Indian shortstop John Salas, which also put first baseman Ron Holmes or. first and the bases were loaded. Leonida came through r.gain for the Bears with a hard-hit single which scored Uurchlield and DeMeo. SCSC's only run of the game came in the last inning, when Salas reached first on nhnrtstcp Don Nicks' error, advanced lo second on a passed hall, and crossed home a second before pinch-hitler Dick Huff was lagged for the last out of (he game. McCoy struck oul nine batters in the second game to lake home the winning honors for the Bears. McCoy's recird is ow 3-1. Losing pitcher w;is so his learn !ary Lown, who now has a 2-7, ecoi'd. All of Ihe Bears' runs w n i e icored in the (bird inning, when Nicks tripled with one oul, ^iegler walked, and both scored on a three-base fielding errw )y righlfielder Rick Bloomer. DeMeo, whose hit was berated by Bloomer, was on third, and vent home off a throwing emir by Salas which put Holmes on rst. Southern Colorado's two runs, the only earned runs jf the double-header, came in the f i f t h lining when Lown reachi;il first on a fielder's choice, and Jess Downey singled, putting men on first and second. Bloomfield shot a double lo right field, scoring Lown, atx! ieftfielder Bob D'Onofrio hit a single lo score Downey. McCoy liclned himself out of (rouble by striking out the next batter, Hank Krautler. The wins leave UNC with a 6-5 record, and SCSC at \W. UNC Coach Tom Petroff nou has 189 collegiate career wins. looking orward to giving him numbi; 200. The 200lh win could come (hi week, as the Bears )laying Wyoming University a 3 p.m. Tuesday, and Denver a i p.m. Wednesday. SECOND G A M K : SCSC (2) Downey, cF Bloomer, rf D'Onofrio, If Krautler, Ib FIRST CAME: SCSC (1) Downey, cf Bloomer, rf D'Onofrio, If Krauller, Ib c 3b Eaker, Aquino, Salas, ss Garcia, 2b Lown, p TOTALS ' U N C ( 3 ) Cheek, rf Nicks, ss Xiegler, 3b Burchfield, cf DeMen, c Holmes, Ib Leonida, 2b England, If McCoy, p TOTALS ab 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 National League Roundup Cub Rookie Fires No-Hitter 27 ab 3 3 1 3 3 By HERSCHEL NISSENSON ssociated Press Sports Writer Never mind Apollo 16, there's n unidentified flying object oose in the National League. It dips, it darts, it spins. Most all, it has an adversity to eing struck by wood. It's known as "the Ihing" and pposing hitlers are rapidly earning to shorten its appella- lon from five letters to four, .11 of them unprintable. All right, enough suspense t's really Hurt lloolon's nuckle curve and it helped (he 2-ycai-otd rookie righl.-hnnder 'f the Chicago Cubs pilch a no- liller Sunday in his fourlh ma- or league start, blanking the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0. He walked seven and struck ml Ibe same number in hurling he earliest no-hitter in (he ma- ors since Cleveland's Bob Fel- UH, Rider Nines Split University High and Roose veil split a Welco basebal doubleheader al Doubeinnic: field, Saturday. Bulldog junio lurler Ken Sudduth pitched 1-hilter as University trimmed iloosevell, 4-1, in the first game 3olh teams got seven hits in second game, but Hooscvcl .ook tire win, 5-1. Suddulh had some confro problems, giving up six walks Bui he slruck out seven baiter and got good infield support blanking Housevell for 6 1-3 ini: ings. Roosevelt's K e i t h Watsim hi a solo homer in (he final innin to spoil (he no-hitler and Hi shutout. In the second game, Jim Web er tripled w i t h the bases bade for lliree runs in the first Ini ing. An error cost Ihe Bulldog (wo r u n s in the second inniii; The bases were loaded on singles and a walk. A \n\ \ and a pick off helped take o some of the pressure on Bu dog pitcher Steve Pargas. Bi a dropped ball scored two run University gol its only run the sixth inning as Suddu singled lo score a runner fro second. Roosevelt short sli Ron Torre/, made a good call to stop two runs and end tl inning. University Nigh is now 5-4 Welco play and hosts Weld Ce Iral Tuesday. Roosevelt, no 4-5, hosts Korl Luploil. WALDO'S BARBER SHOP NOW MANAGED BY AUG|E FORMERLY AUGIE'S BARBER SHOP ENJOY THE FINEST IN MEN'S HAIR CUTS ANY STYLE 1529 9TH ST. Aquino, 3b Salas, ss arcia, 2b Burba, p H u f f , ph Bekeza, pr TOTALS UNC (SI Cheek, rf Nicks, ss Ziegter, 3t Burchfield, DeMco, c Holmes, Ih Leonida, 2b England, If . Vaughn, p S. C TOTALS UNC ab 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 1 21 3 3 I) 0 0 0 0 2 0 0--2 0 0 3 0 0 0 x--3 SC _ bi |UNC 0 O 1 E. Bloomer, fl ! 2. PO-A: SCSC 18-4, UNC 21-12. OJ.ell: SCSC 6, UNC 5. o| 2b: Bloomer, Burchfield. 3h: OJNicks. [Ill: none. S: none. ip ab h r er bb so First Game R H Roosevelt 000 000 1--1 University ..._ 202 000 x-4 R a u l llcrrera and Dale Tem- r stopped the Chicago \Vhile! ix 32 years ago to the day in e Indians' 1940 opener. 11 was e Cubs' second game of the rike-delayed 1972 season. Elsewhere, San Francisco ulslugged Houston 10-6; Cin- nnati thumped Los Angeles l; Pittsburgh blanked the ew York Mets 2-0; Monlreul ppcd St. I.ouis 3-2 and San icgo downed Atlanta 3-0 after sing the opener 5-1. Only two balls were really ell hit off Hooton. on Kessinger made Shortstop a leaping le-hand grab of Denny Doyle's ilrd-inning liner and a 16-mile- n hour wind lield up Greg l.u- nski's drive in the seventh, Inch Rick Monday caugbl car the 358-fcxit sign in left- enter. Kor his no-hitter, the Cubs ore up llooton's contract am " 1Q O l' ; ncr. ave him H new one wilh a $2, 00 raise. Hundley got a J50C wosl. If anyone is going lo hit Hoo- on, it might he San Kran- isco's Dave Kingman. The fi- oot-C giant Giant hammered a ingle, double, triple and home; nil and drove in six runs gainst Houston. Bob Watson and Tommy Iclms socked three-run homers or the Astros. Joe Morgan's bases-loaded riple keyed a six-run explosion n Ihe sixth inning as Cincinnati jelled Los Angeles. Tony Perez' fouj Ih-inning homer accounted for the Ucds' first run. Willie Stargell delivered two Â·nn-scoring singles and Steve Blass, Bob Miller and Ramon "lernandcz combined for n [hrce-hitler as the world champion Pirates stifled the Mets. Montreal rallied for two runs in (he ninth inning lo beat SI Louis. Hopkie Bill Greif pitched ; six-hit shutout for San Diego against A t l a n t a in the nightcap after Ron Heed and Cecil Up- at JVs Split f Doubleheader With Poudre FORT COLLINS -- Greeley )cnlral and Fort Collins Poudre- unior varsity baseball squads 1 split a doubleheader here; Saturday. '''*Â· The Wildcat JVs are 6-4 for :be season and face Greeley. West in a donbeheader Tuesday/; with the first game at 1 p.m. Â·'Â· First Game R H E ' shaw of the Braves teamed up to slop the Padres on six bi[s h _.001 000 0--I 5 t __015 003 x--9 11 1 Central JV . Poudre JV . Tom Adams and C. A. Coffin; Dan Austin and Peterson. Second Game R H E' Ppudre JV 100 101 0--3 8'1 Central JV ...._.202 100 x-5 10 0 Rein, Wealhcrly (5) and Peterson; Steve Reifschneidsr and C. A. Coffin. Kranttcr Salas'pieman; Ken Suddulh and Dave Sjobcrg. I I R : Keith Watson, R, 'I fllPiiching QlLown 26 ab 4 4 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 (I,, 2-3) li 24 3 3 0 1 2 McCoy 3-1) 7 27 7 2 2 2 9 in 7th with none on base. Second Game Roosevelt ..._... 320 000 0--5 7 0 University 000 001 0--1 7 3 Jim Weber and Raul llcrrera; Sieve Pargas and Dave Sjoiwrg. More Sports On Page 26 PV, JSighianid Split Games In Welco K U R S K Y - Plattc Valley and ligliland each bnd a star pitcher Saturday afternoon, but hey were in separate games, io the Broncos and Huskies spill a Welco douhlcheiidcr. Highland's Alan Kiiioshila [lircw a 3-hitlcr. in Ilic first ijHme ns Highland won, I Kinoshila hand 14 strikeouts, Platte Valley's Barry Pritchard came back with a 4-liiilcr in Ibe second game as [he Broncos won, 15-1. Prilcbard had 10 strikeouts. Plalle Valley is 5-3 for the season. The Broncos mee Eaton twice this week. Plalle Valley travels to Katon Tuesday t h e n Iwsls the Reds Wcdncsda; in a makeup game. First Game R H E Highland -.210 210 C--Â« 11 2 PV _200 000 0--2 3 3 Alan Kinoshila and Loyal C l a l l a l i n ; Dick lluiva and Larry Scoll. 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Pitching Burba (L.6-2) Vaughn (W, 3-D 6. his club through a controlled scrim- Blasi ran 45-minulc mage. Only one jouchdown was scored during the scrimmage, none, fill: nono.'in which all players saw both [offensive arid defensive action. Ip h r er bb so Karly in the workout, quarterback Hocky Whilworlh from 0 7 5 0 1 5 Colorado Springs hit wide I receiver I-'rank Pollard for a 5.51-yard score. 7 5 1 D 1 Later in the scrimmage, Whitworth moved over lo lefensive hack and picked off i pass, which he returned 23 yards before being gang- .aeklcd. S o p h o m o r e-lo-he Gary Widhclm led the rushers in Ibe Baseball Shoes Â·100 Slugger $14.95 Diamond King $21,00 UMPIRE AND COACHING SHOES Official $15.95 SOLD HERE EXCLUSIVELY JONES 922 8th Ave. SPORTING GOODS kve. Phone 353-3333 Meet The Man From] McARTHUR ;crimmagr! w i t h ;evcn carries. 46 yards in His bnj.ie.sl gainer was n 25-yard sprini. R u n n i n g backs Itogcr Melvjn ind liogcr May contributed 35 ind 23 yards, rcscpdivcly. "What can you say a f t e r three practices?" Biasi ;:iid. "The idea of the scrimmiipc was lo look at all our personnel and judge the players in a 'live' situation." The Bears h i t well d u r i n g the drill, and the offense ran its plays smoothly, despite only three practice sessions. The next Beor scrimmage will probably be held late next week, but no firm day has beer announced. FRANCHISE McArthur Olds-Cadillac Inc. Introduces ED KRISE IflilanlPiintinfCtnleii GUARANTEED BUT-BACK An I'.TJSUJ: t'jsr.Â«; cpptiUniV nlftied. II y/j 2:1 ra nli-d'/l all',' i/ mcnlhs K( will leffuid tour inilfjl tub umlmtnl, J1S,(JOO ush icta-iti y:|h bilancc fini.ueil. l*n n l ne*. cftjn ttrctpt of priniiij iniifimj mjnneme.it jb-% Ci'l 5H2MI (Ut.irlr) For Ai h pokilnenl. 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