Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 17, 1972 · Page 34
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 34

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 17, 1972
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34 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sinn., April 17, 11)721 Dave Hill Wins Monsanto Golf By BOB GREEN Associated Press Golf Writer PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) - II was vintage Dave Hill. "Does it feel pretty good to win again, Dave?" someone flikrl after Hill's dramatic vic- toi.v in the $150,000 Monsanto Open Golf Tournament Sunday. Hill, a dedicalcd perfectionist, considered the question a moment. "Nope," he said. "I'd rattier play good so thai I was ready to win. !t'd make you sick Ihe way 1 hit it. "1 won it with a ton of luck and sheer guts," he paused, grinned and added: stage, got off a good drive then puffed nervously on a cigare while he waited on the g«ni| ahead of him before hitting his have used up all the luck 1'lljwilh a 63-270. ever have." The 34-year-old veteran blew a whopping lead as .ferry Heard charged from seven strokes off the pace and hinlt a two-stroke margin in (tic bright, warm sunshine. Bui t h e , wiry, gritty Hill rallied with birdies on two of the finnt three holes and won his nirMh Inur title with a par 71 and a 271 [ tolai. I Heard, playing a couple of! second He laced a six iron dead on Ihe flag, with the ball stopping 'our feet short. The putt dropped and Dave Kid tlie 530,000 first pme-his first victory in almost two years and a spot in next week's rich Tournament of Champions. Big Chris Blockcr closed up with a G9 for third place at 274 Veteran Bob Goalby had a liole- in-one on the second hole en route to a 65-275 and fointli. Hay Floyd was alone in fif'li Okamofo 1-Hifs 'Rebels; Devils Win Twice holes ahead of the lead atone until he bogeycd Ihe final hole, hooking his 'rive into the trees. He had a strong G5, six under par on Ihe Pensacola Country Club course, and was second at 272. "I'd figured lo get second until 1 went to Ihe ISIli lee anrl found out Heard had mndc ho- KEENRSBURG - Fort I,up- lon's baseball squad seems lo he gaining momentum, though the season is late in Welco play The niuedevils beat Weld Central, H-i, and 23-5, in a doubleheader Saturday. is now ,1-6 in Welco piny. The Rebels are 0-D. Wes Okamnio pitched a 1-hitter for Fort I. ..... .. ..,, , ~ '·- ;*-- ··" · · jt i I.U^LUJI in f h c first ,,_.., Mill said, to then I fig-igame, striking out nine Rebel ured, 'What the hell have I got hatfers and giving i,p only Iwn.l lo lose? I knew I'd hit a j-am\ shot or a real hart one. That':; all I'd been doing all day." Hill, lied for the t o p ' a t thnt Fishing Equipment · Hods and Reels · f,inc and Ilnnks · Lures am! Flies All Accessories rmn walks. First Game i R H E' Ft. Lupfon 263 30--14 5 ll Weld Cent _ 001 00-- 1 1 ?l Wes Okamolo and Brenl Kfhnydcr; Mark Sirios, Rob Pippin (4) and Randy Yeager. Second Game R H E Ft. Lupton .L 559 40--23 11 2 J Weld Cent. 310 10- 5 3 121 i Don Aaderson and Brenl j Schnyder; Ed Jordan and Randy Yeager. MR: M a r k Sirios, WC, Jih with none on I IAHGENT PORT HOP 1008 8th Ave. Bucks Even Series With Easy Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coach Larry Costeilo of (tic Milwaukee Bucks knows what lie can expect from Kareem Abdul Jabbar. But he isn't always sure about Curtis Perry and Bob Dandritige. Jabbar, celebraling his 25th birthday, did his usual top job--31" points, 18 rebounds, seven blocked shots--as the Bucks routed (lie l.os Angeles Lakers 114-88 Sunday to even Ilieir Western Conference National Basketball Association playoff at two games each. Perry, the inconsistent rookie who had only two points and seven rebounds in Friday light's loss, and Dandridge complemented Jabbar perfectly Sunday at Milwaukee to buoy Costello's hopes in game 5 at previous committment at the Nets' home court. In losing to .Milwaukee, Lakers center Wilt Chamberlain was held to five points and II retwurids. Jerry West, with 24 points, 'McMillan, with Los Angeles Tuesday night. l ""f' . TM me .against Indiana Pcrrv hi. tor n ' - w i n i . ,,,,, ?!" J ..Y lr §"!' a . st °PP« l .. lhc _Ncls 18, topped the Laker offense. The ' Bucks broke, the game open with nine straight points at the start of (he fourth quarter for a 86-65 lead. Dave Deliussclicre scored 24 points and pulled down 17 rebounds as .the Knicks edged the visiling Celtics. His jumper with U seconds left gave New- York a 106-103 lead and made the difference as Boston's John Havlieke scored a goal six seconds later. In the ABA, Utah advanced Saturday with a 108-100 tri- uph at home against Indiana Perry hit for 11 points and grabbed 19 rebounds Sundaj vhile Dandridge collected 24 joints and 15 rebounds. In Hie NBA Eastern Confer- Mice scries, the New York nicks carry a 2-0 lead in their lest-of-seven series to Boston Vednesday night after heating be Celtics 106-105 Sunday, 'Hie Utah Stars, leading 1-0, ilay host to the Indiana Pacers onight in the American Basket- all Association's Western Con- erence playoff while the Virinia Squires, on top of (he Eastern playoff 2-0, don't get. nnlher shot at the New York ^.'els until April 24 because of a 115-106 Saturday night. Zelmo Bealy, played with aching legs, scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and Jimmie Jones had 25 points for Utah, defending ABA champions. At Norfolk, Va., -Julius Erving's 38 points and 20 rebounds and reserve Ray Scott's clutch sliooting gave Virginia its second triumph over the Nets. The Nets may benefit from the long layoff since backcourt star John Roche suffered a mild ankle sprain Saturday night. Roche and the injured Bill Melchionni, another top guard, may be able to return after the long layoff. Berthoud Edges WC Rebels WELD CENTRAL - Ber-B; Klausner, WC; 11.11.3; (New loud earned five points in thejmeet record; old was 11:28.8 CAUGHT IN RUNDOWN _ Eaton slugger Steve Strong was caughl in a rundown Irclween first ami second bast in lire secon-l gumt' nf ,-i Wcico douhlcheadcr Valley second baseman Hilly Lewis chases Strong (1 0[) ) and throws the ball to first baseman Rich Craven (11). But the ball (see arrow, bottom) gets away, and Strong i s safe at first (Tribune sequence by Steve Bauer) ' nal event to edge out Weld entral for the team title in e second annual Weld Central Relays here Saturday. The Spartan mite relay team covered the distance in 3:46.1 to lake first place. Weld Central, which led by a half-point guiug into Ihe race (4P,4 lo 41), placed third and lost the title. Seven new records were set during the second running of the relavs. in 1971). 120-yd. Walker, high hurdles -Wd; DeWall, I'V; Thompson, B; Dyess WC- Hayes, Wd; 10.4. 1 8 0 - y d . low hurdles -Thompson, B; Whitlam, Wd; King, FL: Hayes, W; Kato, PV; 22.G (New meet record; old 22.9 in 1971). Shot put 'ierce, B; Sears, KL; - Quador, Washington, l.ucero, H; Sports in Brief ' Snow Turns Florence Meet With Team scores: Berthoud 47, i (New 'meet record f Weld_ Central jH',-,,_ Fort l.uptonjin 1371). WC; UH; 47-n; t . !,,,·] r'prinl nlHbnalrr nnrf [nmit'r owner of Uir lir.TM-s at ilic .Viii rd ,-,[,,, ,, ,(,,,,, H | nras Qinler uMippc'l leen-aur . ,.. ...1. i;4 lo ujn thy Virgin!, :MnMcI5 [injury. OIJiXIIKC -- .M.irly Hicssun -j! Ki . , ncrinf, UII.VMIS HATCH, Knplninl (enmtrl mill Jackie Mail,,! Ick* iu' firsl MM _ .._ _--,, i i mi.' tm\mi\i bKaaemu U5SHMHB IKC9HI !A Super Sale on Quality General Ply Polyester Cord Tires! -- ^tf^MaflM^V****-*"^ "·have another likn it. 'AI least The Hough Riders left Fri. ... The Roughe Riders left Fri- ..._](|H.V night to go lo the Florence 'Invitational xoulh of Colorado :Springs. There were 20 schools' jLiilered in (lip meet. But the 3-1, Windsor 27, University 21, Valley I8',i, Platie Valley 15, Wiggins 11, Highland B'/z, Lyons |8, Peetz and Holy Family 7, and Deer Trail C. The results: . . 100-yd. dash -- Burke, V; 'jPurdy, FL; Cook, B; Thornp- json, B; Groves, Wg; 10.6. 220-yd. dash - Purdy, n . , -1 Cook, B; Middelmist, DT; ' iweers, UH; Crumb, L; 24.0. ; Sch- Famous dual- tread design HURRY... Sale ends April 29. j weatherman changed all that as he brought in snow and rain t h a t forced cancellation of the Imcel. 'Hie sun was shining relay: Roosevelt (Bruce Rogers. Mike Carlson Larry Ituwa. Ron Shores) 3fl.O: Florence. Mile relay: Florence, 3:40.4- -MO-yd. dash -- Crumb, 1,; " Rrolemarkle, V; Schweers UH- Whicker, H; Ehrlich, W; 54.7. 880-yd. run - Melcalf, Wd; Hooscvcll. Shot put: Charlie Arndt, R, Gasser, F; Jon Sobeski,' R. l~iscus: [Arndt, li; Sobeski, R, Gilbert, F. Long jump: Jorgcnsnn, 138-G; Distinctive 3-ring whitewall made popular by our famous Dual 90 tire. Long mileage Duragen tread rubber for mile after mile of performance Strong, smooth riding polyester cord body guards against impact damage. Sloan, R; Hifih , , . Jump: Mosley, F, 37-7; GRABBER SALE PRICES SIZE E78-14 F7S-14 G78-I4 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 REG. PRICE 4 TIRES $138,00 $146.00 $160.00 $174.00 $164.00 $178.00 SALE PRICE 4 TIRES $ 99.00 $109.50 $120.00 $130.50 $123.00 $133.50 FED. EX. TAX PER TIRE $2.24 $2.39 $2.56 $2.75 S2.63 $2.81 ",«i t . a o 3 I J I I J I U H rtiHllT-l.., i, ', ,day. though, and Florence! 10 ,;, H ;'TM ndez , coach Bill Moigs invited the Riders In compete in a duel :ineel. Sn Saturday aflernnon, ,.·;,*". J '""''- - - - · · Iwhcit t h e track was drying off i G l lliml °' F; Car 'son, R. Illie two teams ran a m e e t ! Pole v a u l l : Rr)b A(lllr .·Florence won. 7fl-7ii. winning llieill^L n Brcnilil1 Ker, H. meet on (fie last relay. " " ! Results ' lOII-yard dash: Alan Kimbrcll, F, :I0.5; Ron Shores, R; Bruce i Rogers, l(. I 220-yard dash: Kimurell, F,'; McCill, K; Rogers, R. ; ·Nil-yard dash: Kimbrell, F; :52.-t: Doug Williams, R; | Stnplclon, K. 880-ynrd r u n : Steve Mares F i 2:08.9; Richard Wachsman,' David Garrctt, R. Mile run: Duane Raiier, R, ·1:45.0; Barnes, F; Jim Behm,j j Two-mile nm: Andy Sloan ,R. 10.:50.0; Eddie I.obafo, iTrujillo, F. i 120-yard high hurdles: Dave {Hernandez, H: :I7.8; Ycllico, i'F; Iximbardi, F. 180-yard low hurdles: Hornan-i E n g e l , Discus -- Kuhlman, UH; Speegle, IIP; Pierce, B; Oakie- ly, B; Quador, WC; 132-5 (New meet record; old 111-0 in 1071). Long jump -- Purdy, FL; Groves, Wg; Dunham, WC; Morgan, V; Goblc, WC; 19-4-Vi (New meet record; old 18-6 in 1971). High jump -- Dunham, WC; DeWalt, PV; Steole, B; Hayes, Wd; (tie) Dyess, WC and Smith, H; 5-lOli. Pole vault -- Henderson, PV- Kobza, WC; Hind, B; Hoff, W; Johnson, H; 11-11 'A. Triple jump -- Purdy, FL; Dunham, WC; Pitlmaii, WC; Pierce, B; Goble, WC; 42V4 (New meet record; old 38-4 1 /-. in 1971). 880-yd. Relay - Berthoud- Valley; Windsor; Weld Central- Fort Luplon; 1:38.8. (N«w meat record; old 1:49.8 in 11371). r e l a y -- Berlhnud; Weld Central; Fort Size E7B-14 lubolosa, plus $2.24 Pod. Ex. Tax per lire , .^ of OTO , i l M ,, ,,,. ,, .,,,,,, (| WIND 'N RAIN SUIT " HOOD · JACKET · SLACKS $ ONLY 1 95 COMPLETE. SET · Wind and rainproof · High visibility roavy-duly plasfic Got Precision Front End WHEEL ALIGNMENT S p e c i a l i s t s c o r r e c t caster, camber, 1oe-in loe-out 1o your car's manufacturer's specifications, and s a f e t y check and adjust your steering. WHEEL ALIGNMENT ADDS SAFE MILES Prices as shown At Genial Tire Stores. Competitive^ priced at Independent dealers displaying Ihe General sign. NORTHERN GENERAL TIRE Inc. I 352-2605 2111 2nd Ave. (Hwy. 85. Bypass). · The safe-driver tire commtm ^ TM® ||Bears Down ijTigers, 7-2, iln Tennis COLORADO SPRINGS-University of \orlliern Colorado tennis players licat Colorado College, 7-2, in a non-conference duel Saturday. Singles results: Rick Moore, Ui\C, def. Sieve Hunter, 6-2, 6-1. Steve Brown, UKC, def. John Mflncure, 6-1, C-0. Dave. Ray, UN'C, def. Glen Miller, 7-5, 6-3. John Silver, CC, def. Mitch Friedfcld, 4-6. 6-2, 5-4. . R i c k Huffman, UNC, def.! Charles Vogel, 6-0, 2-6, 6-2. lh;ey Weatherman, UNC, def. Miles Flesche, fi-1, G-3. Doubles (played in ten-game pro sets): Moore-Brown, UNC, def. Hun- ter-Moncurc, 10-5. Ray-Mike Mallick, UNC, def Miller-Silver, 10-5. :C, def. Fried- Two mile run -- Groff, Wg,, , Scott, UH: Davis, DT; Dclrew, Guardsm ^^ "^ _ i _ - l«m nr'lP.R SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Open 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. WH-SHtRE CENTER 2M8 W. 10th SI. SPARS, ROEBUCK AND co.

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