Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 13, 1969 · Page 24
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 13, 1969
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Page 24 GKlitiLEY TRIBUNE Mon., Oct. 13, 19G9 lifeless' Mets Even Series By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writ* NEW YORK (AP) - Fran! Robinson's demeaning cliargi that the New York dugout ha. looked lifeless during the firs two games of the World Series has ignited an open feud be I ween the Baltimore slugge. and Mots' Manager Gil hedges "I'm very happy Frank is watching evenly but coldly in the Mets dressing room Sunday after his underdog forces .had (led the series at one victory each. ". hope he continues to watch us-who knows what will happen in right field? "I don't want 1o get involvcc with Frank Robinson but lo me people normal things on the the Mels are doing normal bench." It may look like that lo the mild-mannered manager of the Mels but il doesn't look like thai to the outspoken outfielder ol the Orioles. "I'said Saturday I thought il was strange there was no entlm- * * * NEW YORK AB R H Bl 0 0 Agee cf Harrclsnn ss _ 3 C. Jones If 4 Clendenon Ib _..._ 3 Swoboda rf 4 Charles 3b 4 Grole c . 4 Weis 2b _... 3 Kossman p 4 R. Taylor p _ 0 Total _ 33 2 0 2 BALTIMORE AB R H B Buford If _ 4 0 0 Blair c f 4 1 1 F . Robinson r f 3 0 0 Reltenmd p r 0 0 0 Powell Hi 3 0 0 B . Robinson 3 b 4 0 1 D. Johnson 2b 2 0 0 0 Etchebarren c . . 3 0 0 1 Belanger s s 3 0 0 0 McNally p 3 0 0 0 siasm on their bench when the got men on base in the sevenl Inning, 1 ' Robinson said Sunda "and there was no difference I 1 day. They got excited when the scored but there was no diffe encc in between. "1 t h i n k it is strange they don'l show any- er Ihnsiasm." And then he added quietly a Hodges .said he sat slumped in a chair i front of his locker In the Oriole; dressing room: "Tell Hodges to manage hi ball club and I'll take care right field." Robinson has taken care c right field extremely well in Ih first two games of the series bt :ias done nothing at the plati "ailing to collect a hit in seve trips as the Orioles won Satui day's opener 4-1, then bowed '.he second game 2-1 Sunday. And as the clubs went throug ight workouts today in prepara ion p for the resumption of th ;eries Tuesday at Shea Sta diuni, Robinson slill was both ered by a painful bruise on hi eft instep suffered when h ouled a ball off his foot durinj lulling practice Sunday. It was expected that the slarl TS Tuesday will be Gary Gen ry, 13-12, for the Mcts agains "im Palmer, 16-4, in the thin ame of this series in which Ih Wets have done their thing once and the Orioles still have failei o do theirs. While Hie Mets Sunday got tin xpected sharp pitching that L lie key to their chances of com ileting their miracle season b; 29 1 2 1 000 100 001--2 000 OHO 100--1 Tola] New York Baltimore LOB - New York 7, Baltimore 4, 213 -- Charles. IIR -Clendenon (1). SB - Blair. IP H R ER BB SO Koosman W, 1-0 . II2-3 2 1 1 3 4 R. Taylor 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 McNaily L , 0 - 1 . . 9 6 2 2 3 7 WP -- McNally. T-2:20. A-50.850. Jruins Remain Unbeaten in Prep Football Official Headquarters · Guns · Ammunition · Scopes · Clothing · Knives · Accessories JHED IARGENT PORT HOP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The snow stopped one team )ul mosl members of The Associated Press top ten high school football learns came out winners during the second slor- ny weekend in a row in Colo- ·ado. Top-ranked Cherry C r e e k , low G-0, breezed lo a 16-2 vic- ory over Boulder Fail-view Fri- ay afternoon, in a game play- d just as (he snow was begin- ling. Boulder, No. 2, won im- ircssively, defeating A u r o r a linkley, 25-7. The only club in the top ten which failed to see action was third-rated Lakewood, w h o s e game was postponed by athletic officials until the first playable date, which may mean some- lime in May. LaJunta, the southern Colorado powerhouse, streaked to its sixth victory without a loss, dumping Alamosa 27-0 Saturday. Pueblo Central turned the trick on No. 6 Trinidad, winning 27-18. Loveland played a mid-week game because of a state teachers convention and won handily, defeating Greeley 27-6. Arapahoe. the eighth-rated squad, lost a tough one to Litlleton, 8-6, while No. 10 Arvada edged Ala- mcda 13-12. 1008 8th Ave. Ph. 353-4567 hits it Three. That upending the favored Orioles, Baltimore had yet lo get (he big needs from- the Big Includes Frank and Brooks Hobinson and Boog Powell, who have been collectively checked on two hits in 22 trips to the plate. Frank is hilless while Brooks Robinson and Powell each have collected one liit--a single. Koosman, Ihe left-handed ace an almost total absence of their of the Mets! pitching staff, came on Sunday after Ihe Orioles had beaten right-hander Tom Seaver and in Saturday's opener ailched no-hit ball until Paul Blair opened the seventh inning with a single. He allowed only one more hit, jut finally had to be relieved in .he ninth when two-out walks to ?rank Robinson and Powell put .he Orioles in threatening posi- .ion to overcome the 2-1 lead the VIels had fashioned in Iheir half of Ihe ninth.. Ron Taylor came on for Koosman and gul Brooks Robinson lo slap a grounder to third. Ed Charles grabbed the ball, saw ic couldn't get a force at third ind fired across the diamond to 'irst baseman Donn Clendenon or the final out. Clendenon had put the Mels in ront 1-0 with a leadoff homer in uprising, then went back to work on the mound and mastered the Mels the rest of the way in a routine game at quiet Memorial Stadium. Memorial Stadium, for the most part, was quiet through both games, neither crowd generating any of the enthusiasm and excitement that has followed the Mets throughout their amazing season--and there was banner-carrying fans. There undoubtedly will be changes when the series resumes at Shea -Stadium Tuesday. National Valley, Huskies Play Today AULT -- Highland's homecoming game, scheduled for Friday against first place Valley, will be played today (Monday) at 2 p.m. here. Highland is in second place behind the. Vikings. The Huskies tole a 2-0-2 record and Valley is 5-0. Other game changes in the area are: Fort Morgan at Poudre and Fort Collins at Longmont, Tuesday night 7:45 p.m. They were previously rescheduled from last Friday to Monday night. The CSC freshmen-Colorado Colts game has been postponed indefinately. Stanford Is Victim Packers Defeat Lions, 28 to 17 he fourth inning off Baltimore ney as an individual," Green eft-hander Dave McNally, but Bay Coach Phil Bengston sai he Orioles got that back in the Sunday after the Packer ieventh when Blair singled, :tole second and scored on ingle by Brooks Robinson. It stayed that way until the op of the ninth when with two ml, Charles singled, raced to liird on a hit-and-run single by erry Grate and trolled home vhen Al Weis slroked the first titch to him for a single to left. While Koosman produced the itching the Mets need, Seaver ouldn'l Salurday as he allowed II four Baltimore runs before e was removed for a pinch hit- er in .the sixth inning. At the dine time, Mike Cuellar .opped the Mets on six hits. Don Buford got Baltimore lartcd with a leadoff homer in ic first inning and they added iree more in the fourth inning hen Seaver, who has been un- ile to run because of a pulled g muscle, said he felt his amina sapped. Cuellar singled in one of the uns during the fourth inning By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer. Lem Barney, the Detroit Lions' All - National Football League defensive back, should be happy the Green 'Bay Packers weren't picking on him. As it was, Ihey practically turned him into a one-man disaster ·ea. "We weren't working on Bar- whipped the Lions 28-17. "W a just worked on certain defenses and Barney was the victim. That is putting it mildly. Carroll Dale, Barney's responsibility in Detroit's man on-man defense, caught seve passes from Bart Starr for 16 yards and two touchdowns. Be sides the scoring strikes of 4 and four yards, (he Packers go touchdowns on short runs b Travis Williams and Dav Hampton as they ran thei record to 3-1 and made Detroi Western Illinois 31, Cent Missouri St IS storllnK Collede 41, MePliorson Col 0 Wnyne St, Neb 2G, Hasllnss Col 18 Wisconsin !3. Iowa 17 Dakoln Wesley 7, Son State, S D 0 Eastern Illinois H, NE Missouri St 7 Kansas St Unlv 2fl. Kansas 22 Kansas Wesley 14, Emnorln St Col 13 Kearney Slate 49, Peru Slate (i Lincoln 13. NW Missouri St 9 Mnnknto State «, Michigan Tech 21 Jilly Martin s Fired NEW YORK (AP) - Battling illy Martin, who piloted Minne- ila to a division title in his first ormy season as a major ague manager, was fired to- ay. Twins President Calvin Grif- Ih, in New York for the World cries, announced his decision ot to rchire Martin for Ihe 1970 season afler a telephone conversation with the fiery, 41-year-old manager, who was in Minneapolis. The announcement came as no surprise to Martin after Griffith was quoted earlier in the Minneapolis Tribune as saying he would call Martin and "il won't be to tell him that he will be manager of tlie Twins next year." Griffith said he has no one in mind yet to replace Martin. "I will have to wait until we get back home," he said. You Are Invited To A FREE DEMONSTRATION OF THE USES OF THE DEWALT DELUXE POWER SAW Model R-1450 Drawing for }i" Electric 9 FREE COFFEE and DONUTS MIKE LARNED Factory Representative, Will Be At Our Store THURSDAY, OCT. 16 AT 7:30 P.M. For An Hour's Demonstration Followed by a Question and Answer Period 2-2. In other NFL action, Minneso la, 3-1, drubbed Chicago, 04 31-0 and remained in a first place tie with Green Bay in the Central Division; Los Angeles 4-0, edged San Francisco, 0-3-1 27-21; Dallas, 4-0, outlasted At lanta, 1-3, 24-17; the New York Gianls, 3-1, nipped Pittsburgh 1-3, 10-7; Cleveland, 3-1, toppec New Orleans, 0-4, 27-17, and Washington, 2-1-1, downed St Louis, 2-2, 33-17. Philadelphia, 1-2 plays at Bal timore, 1-2, tonight in a garni postponed from Sunday becausi of the World Series. In the American Footbal League Sunday, the New York Jets took Cincinnati 21-7, Kan sas City blasted Houston 24-0 and Oakland upended Denver 24-14. Buffalo beat Boston 23-10 and San Diego defeated Miam 21-14 Salurday nighl. The Minnesota defense helc FOOTBALI i-SCOREI RriRlinm Yoilnc 41, Now Mexico 15 California «. .Washington 13 Cnllr Lutheran 10, Wimticr Col 0 Co o Slntc Unlv 37. Utah Slate 33 Colo YVi'st Slnlc 7, Southern Utnh 3 Knst Montana £0, Carroll, Mont. 6 East New JUex 26, Adains .Slate 7 Houston Unlv 34. Arizona 17 hlnho St Unlv 20, Montana statt 7 Montana .'11, Idaho 9 N Mcx-Hichlnmls 48, Westinlnst, Uah 0 San Dicso State 2-1. West Tr-xas State 14 southern Cal 2(5, Stanford 24 Southern Colo 10, Emporin St Col 9 UCLA 46. Washiuclou St 14 Utah 24, Arizona State 23 Wyomlni: 37, Texas, El Paso 9 Arkansas 21, Baylor 7 Lnmar Tcdi 20, Southern Illinois 16 Worth Texas St 35, Weber State 13 South Methodist 19, Texas Christian 17 Texas 27, oklnhoran 17 Texas Toeh 13, Texas AtM 9 Huffnlo 27, Dayton 0 Dartmouth 41, Pennsylvania 0 llnrvnrd 51, Columbia 0 Lchlfili 17, RutKers 7 Maine 20, New Hampshire 18 Massachusetts 14, Boston Unlv 9 Notre Dame 45, Army 0 Penn State '1Q, West Virginia 0 ritlsuurKh 46, Navy 19 Princeton 21, Cornell 17 Vermont 40, Rhode Island 7 Yale 27, Brown 13 Air Force 20. North Carolina 10 Auburn 51. Clcmson 0 Davidson Col 37, lUchmond T Duke 27, Wake Forest 20 Florida 18, Tulane 17 Kentucky 7, Virginia Tech « Louisiana State 20, Miami, Fin 0 Miami. Ohio 35. Marshall Unlv 7 Mississippi St 34, South Mississippi 20 Murray State 34. SE Missouri 14 Syracuse 20, Maryland 9 Tampa 31, Tulsa 14 Vandcrliill 14. Alabama 10 Washinctn Leo 21, Hampden-Sydney 13 Black Hills St 29, Huron College 6 Chicago's great Gale Sayers to 15 yards in 13 carries and set up touchdowns with a blocked punt, a blocked field goal and an intercepted pass to record its first shutout since the Vikings entered the NFL in 1961. Los Angeles, the Coastal Division leader, came back from a 21-13 deficit in the last five minutes on scoring plunge by quarterback Roman Gabriel and a on»-yard touchdown run by Tommy Mason. A 40-yard punt return to the San Francisco 12 by Alvin Haymond set up Mason's winning score. A last-ditch San Francisco bid was halted on the Los Angeles 12. Craig Morion completed' 15 of 20 passes for 239 yards and a touchdown as Dallas, first in the Capital Division, built up a 24-3 lead early in the final period and then held off Atlanta. Fran Tarkenton's seven-yard touchdown pass lo Joe Morrison, a 14-yard field goal by Pete Gogolak and a defense that once held Pittsburgh on a fourth- and-goal situation on the.New York two kept the Giants in a first-place tie with Cleveland in the Century Division. Leroy Kelly scored two touchdowns, one on a four-yard pass from Bill Nelson in the second quarter when Cleveland rolled jp 20 points, in the Browns' vic- .ory over New Orleans. Washington rode the arm of Sonny Jurgensen and the foot of Surt Knight to victory over St. Umis. Jurgensen threw two touchdown passes and Knight kicked field goals 37, 28, 23 and eight yards. National League Eastern Conference Century Division Ayala Cries As His FG Wins for USC, 26-24 By HERSCHEl NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Ron Ayala cried Saturday night--and he won. Can you imagine how Stanford felt? The cause of Ayala's tears ol joy was the 34-yard field goal he kicked as time ran but that gave fourlh-rand Southern California a 26-24 victory over ICth-ranked Stanford, a key triumph on road lo the Rose Bowl. One week earlier Stanfo; lo Purdue 36-35 on a two-poinl conversion pass in the waning momenls. Stanford wasn't the only team singing the blues over the weekend. Mississippi stunned sixth- ranked Georgia 25-17, Michigan shocked ninth-ranked Purdue 30-21 and lowly Vanderbilt pulled the upset of the year thus : ar, a 14-10 victory over 13th- ranked Alabama. But not all was disaster for the nation's gridiron elite. Top- ranked Ohio State, ineligible for return trip to the Rose Bowl --how about the Super Bowl?-- lammered No. 19 Michigan State 54-21 and runner-up Texas held off eighth-ranked Oklahoma 27-17. A r k a n s a s ; , ranked third, 'ought past stubborn Baylor 21-7 and fifth-ranked Penn State put No. 17 West Virginia thugh its meatgrinder defense 20-0. Rounding out the Top Ten, seventh-ranked Missouri topped Nebraska 17-7 en Terry Me Writer Millan's two touchdown passes and Tennessee's brilliant line backing team of Jack Reynolds and Steve Kiner played havoc with Georgia Tech as the 10th ranked Volunteers rolled to 26-8 triumph. Southern Cal's' Ayala came through with his winning fielt the goal after Jimmy Jones led the Trojans from their own 15 to the ird lost Stanford 17 on eight plays in 53 seconds. . . "I felt I could make it," sale Ayala. "Then it looked high anc to the left and just seemed to drift back in. Thai's the first time I've cried after a game.", Winning coaches usually are tossed into the showers by their players, but Ole Miss reversec ;he procedure. Quarterback Archie Manning, sidelined late in the first half, was revived under an ice cold -shower during the nlermission and came back to lead the Rebels past Georgia. Michigan's Don Moorhead outshone Purdue's fabled Mike Phipps by completing 15 of 25 lasses for 247 yards in the rVolverines' important Big Ten triumph. Bear Bryant took the blame for Alabama's surprising de- 'eat, which came on a 10-yard jass from Watson Brown to Jim Cunningham with 2:49 remain- ng. "'Bill Pace and his staff have done a terrific job," Bryant said. "You've got to give him credit for taking the program at Vanderbilt and bringing it up to where they beat us. And, apparently, I've taken ours to where we got beat. "Bi!l did a 10 times better job of preparation." As usual, Rex Kern was the architect of Ohio State's lopsided victory, passing for three touchdowns and scoring twice. Ground-minded Texas, which threw only 27 passes in its first three games, went to the air 18 times to beat Oklahoma. Cotton Speyrer caught eight passes for 160 yards. Bill Burnett scored all three touchdowns for Arkansas but the Razorbacks got some bad news when pass-catching ace Chuck Dicus suffered a slight shoulder separation that will keep him out of the next few games. Penn Stale's stifled West Virginia's potent attack with three first-half interceptions. UCLA, ranked llth, crushed Washington 46-14 with Dennis Dummit passing for three touchdowns and Greg Jones scoring three. Florida, No. 12, needed a late two-point conversion pass from super soph John Reaves to super soph Carlos Alvarez to nip Tulane 18-17. n State 34. So Dakota Tech 0 ?olorailo 14, Iowa State 0 Concordia Col 20, St Jolm's, Minn. 6 Lowest Price Ever! GENERAL'S FINEST! SLP WINTER CLEAT W 3 3 2 T Pet. Ptt. OP 0 .750102 0 .750 62 78 0 .500 67 0 .250 64 Capitol Division 4 0 0 1.000 1 0 7 2 1 1 .667 1 2 0 .333 68 1 3 'land. N. York St. Louis 'ills. Dallas Wash. Phila. New Or. 0 4 0 .000 71 110 Western Conference Central Division ·r. 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