Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1977 · Page 33
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GHEELEYiColo.miBUSE Fri.,M»y21.1«I A.J. Foyf, Al Unser favored for 67sf Indy 500 j Foyt, in his 10th try for a end, rate as co-favorites in Sun- Press poll of drivers, mechan- ser brother were paired off at 4-1 odds. new car; a proven engine is a plus. Johnny Rutherford -- new By JERRY GARRETT record fourth victory, and Al day's 61st running of the In- ics, officials and newsmen fol- The poll also gave a rookie, ers in the 33-car lineup were think may be closer to an im- 8-1, Bobby Unser - no ques- AP Molersports Writer Unser, who walked sway from dianapolis 500. lowing carbureUon tests Ttars- Danny Ongais, the test odds given odds of iO-l or belief, a portant decision concerning his lion about ability, but with a INDIANAPOLIS (AP)--A.J. a brush with death last week- In the annual Associated day, Foyt and the younger Un- (,, any first-year driver in reflection on the number of new future than other people might many years at the Indianapolis cars in the race. think, is considered the best _ Motor Speedway. Fifteen driv- Foyt, who poll members prepared driver in the field, car, new engine, but a proven even though he has spent less team; can click if mechanically time at Indy this month than okay, any other driver. Unseri who plowed into the wall at 215 miles per hour last Saturday, should find improved luck Sunday. Starting on the front row, the two-time winner has one good ride in his Par- nelli-Cosworth, which is proven at the speedway -- a claim no This Is one In a series of stories being written maws them run good, so 1 tmnK we've got a one e | se w ho is running a Cosby drivers In the Indianapolis 500 .for.The 8 0(ld thin S going, "nd hope.we can keep it worth m i n dy (his year can Quebec beats Winnipeg, 8-2, for World Hockey Assn. title Rutherforo likes racing with Team McLaren i QUEBEC (AP) - Marc Boil- year's WHA champions. eau still was dripping from the But Boileau said the game i traditional trip to the showers may havelwen decided before . after his'Quebec Nordiques the Nordiques'six-goalsecond- ' whipped the Winnipeg Jets 8-2 period outburst that shocked ; in the seventh game of the'Winnipeg. . Worl'd Hockey Association final "The important thing as far ' playoff series Thursday night as we were concerned was the and won theirjirst league title, first period," Boileau said. "I "I think this will prove to thought if the Jets scored one people in the National Hockey or two goals in the first period League that I wasn't such a it would have been a very dif- bad coach after all," said Boil-' ferent game. But the floodgates eau, puffing on a cigar. ." opened -- we have a very ex- Boileau was fired as coach of plosive hockey team." the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins The Jets, who had a 12-7 edge before, the end of the 1975-76 in shots in the first 20 minutes, season, but now has taken Que- did not -lack for scoring bee to a league championship chances, but Nordiques' goal- in his first attempt. . tender -.Richard Brodeur "Maurice Filion, the general stopped everything, ·.manager who gave me the job,- - The Nordiques then jumped leaves.me alone to do it," said O n Jets netminder Joe Daley in .Boileau. "And he always backs the second period, with Fitch- .me up." _ . ner and Tardif scoring early ' A solid team effort also back- goals within 1:10. e'd up Boileau.in the decisive "The first goal was a .big game as eight Nordiques -- mistake," said Winnipeg Coach Bob Fitchrier, Marc Tardif, Bobby Kromm. "We had con- · Real Cloutier, Jean-Claude trol of the game to that point. Tremblay, Normand Dube, Then the Nordiques capitalized Paulin Bordeleau, Christian on that first mistake just into Bordeleau and Serge Bernier-- the second period and got an- each scored once. other goal 59 seconds later. We ;· Dan'Labraaten and Perry were down too far too fast." Miller tallied for the Jets, last : ' Kromm said the Jets might :·'.-' UHSSTARS --Larry Sage and Kim Eaton, a pair "of MVP " · athletes from University High, are college-bound on athletic - ; scholarships for next fall; Sage will play football and basketball' ;. : at th| University of Northern.Colorado and .Miss Eaton will ·W play'.'gdlf at the University of New'Mexicb..-(Tribune phpto. : by : ' " " : ' ' ' ' " ' · ' ' ' " ' ' EARLY-BIRD ON USED LAWN ,, AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT John Deere 400 Garden Tractor,.19.9 horsepower with 5 ft. mower deck. 1976 model. 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"I couldn't believe what happened, but the capper was Quebec's fourth goal, which really took the wind out of our sails." It was a drop shop by Tremblay from outside the blueline that eluded Daley. "I've practiced it all year," said Tremblay, "but .1 guess this was the first time I did it in a game." The Nordiques made it 6-1 by the end of the period on goals by Dube and Paulin Bordeleau and coasted in the third period. Bernier, whose goal was his 14th of the playoffs, tying a record set by Cloutier earlier in the game, added two assists for a record total of 22 assists and Associated Press. Johnny Rutherford Is the defending champion. By JOHNNY RUTHERFORD For The Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - You can scuff and bump around at other tracks, but not here. The track is very narrow, with very, very hard walls on both sides. You have to be cautious and spot one. With the speed and the magnitude of the Indianapolis 500 in mind, you tend to be a little more cautious. '. Starting back where I am, 17th--exactly in the middle of the field, is not the optimum situation. But then I-'started 25th in 1974 and won it. Actually, I've had a very good run for four years with Team McLaren -- pole position 36 points, another mark. He winner in 1973, victory in 1974 and 1976, the pole was accorded a standing ova- again "in 1976, and second in 1975. '. I can definitely say going with them was the turning pointih m y career. . . . Even in the beginning we seemed to hit it right off arid everything was going our-way.' We've had good communication. The cars have suited me and the crew has known how to make them run good. So I think we've got a good thing going, and hope.we can keep it going. 'j How we will do Sunday remains to be seen. We have a new car and engine combination. We've been trying to sort this thing out. We're 9-1, Danny Ongais -- the dark horse ... if Indy ever had one, he is it; likes to lead if he can, or break it trying. Johnny Parsons -- best ride he ever has had; equipment is proven, lime to prove driver. Mike Mosley -so quiet you will never know he already is in Victory Lane. Bill Vukovich -- is Sunday the first day of the rest of his life?; may not be a "backup" on this team for long. Tom Sneva -the pole position winner is plenty fast enough, but will his Cos- worth make him a spectator make. Here are the odds, and the "morning line" comments: 5-1, Pancho Carter -- no one very close, I think. It's just one of those things ever has won Indy starting in where we've got to wait and see because it's eighth place, 1 but his new Eagle before it is over? the first time we've run this combination here. j s flying. Probably less fuel 10-1, Roger McCluskey-Uoyd worries than any other car. 5-1, Gordon Johnc'ock -- ran 200.4 in Goodyear tire tests in March; won't go 200 Sunday, but should go 500 easily. ·· 7-1, Wally Dallenbach --sol tion from 11,461 fans at the Coliseum when it was announced, .three minutes before the game ended, that he had been named the most valuable player of the playoffs. . This car, a McLaren M24 with a Cosworth engine, picks up where the M16Ieft off. That in itself is worth going on with, even if we don't win with the M24 first timeout. We're still in a learning curve with the car. The only thing we can do right now is look back at our 1974 performance. If we can match that, and keep our act together and run all day, then I think we stand a very good chance of dretti - would be rated much winning. The McLaren has become more than just a good car for me. It's become part of me, like a comfortable shoe. Working with Tyler Alexander, our crew chief, and all the guys on the crew is the same. We're very comfortable together and I think that's where it's at--what 'every .guy looks for: a good, comfortable situation, a car they can make fit you, and everything going your way. : · Ruby -- throw a blanket over these guys; if they have a party Sunday night, it will last until next year. 12-1, George Snider -- lots of experience, but he will need it id, good. If you want to bet with his car. show, this is the bet. Mario An- 13-1, Clay Regazzoni -- any rookie who completes his driver's test at 191 has to have some ability; car is basically higher if there was more con- · fidence in his Cosworth engine; best in class. sound; is team? Sage to try two sports Eaton . Two University High athletes are college-bound next fall and both arc looking forward to the challenge, of college sports competition. Larry- Sage, son of Dr. and Mrs. George Sage of 1933 26th Ave, will be staying in Greeley to attend the University of Northern Colorado. Kim Eaton, daughter of Mrs. Rex Eaton of 2430 12th Ave. CX.,' will attend New Mexico University in Albuquerque. Sage, whose father is chairmen of the men's physical education department at the university and also coached the basketball team at one time, intends to try out for the football and basketball teams. Winner of this year's Doubenmier Award as the outstanding athlete at UIIS, Sage was outstanding in both sports in Welco competition and also lettered in basketball and track as well. Technically, Sage will be receiving only a football scholarship, at. UNC to play under .coach Bob;Blasi. But Bias! and basketball coach Thurm Wright have agreed to 'let Sage also try his'hand at basketball after-the fall football season is over. 'Although double-sport athletes are common in college, the football-basketball' combination is somewhat unusual. Sage said the; opportunity to continue playing"-both sports was one factor in choosing to attend UNC. . . · - - . · ; · " A .wide"receiver arid defensive back at UHS,. Sage made all-state after being on the all- Welco team two years.- His senior year, Sage · caught : 33 passes for 699 .yards and 11 touchdowns. He- 'scored ' two other touchdowns and a coversion for a total of 82 points in the season! He also.led the team in interceptions with four, and averaged 23.8 yards in punt returns on five tries, and 29.6 yards on 16 kickoff returns, one of which went for a TD. · His senior year in basketball saw him average 21.4 points per game, shooting 41 per cent from the field. He also led the team in steals and assists:He will be playing guard at UNC, although he' was' a forward at UHS. But at 6-3, 190 pounds, he will be bigger than. . most guards! · - '..' : Miss Eaton will be receiving a golf scholarship to play under coach Henry Sandles at UNM. The assistant pro', .at.-the university course, Sandles is in his second year with the women's golf team. . . . Although Miss Eaton starred in : basketball at UHS, she will be concentrating .on golf to help achieve her goal of eventually entering the pro circuit with the Ladies Professional Golf Assn. She has been playing golf five year's and has been one of the top junior women's golfers in the state. She once took fourth in the Denver Women's Open, fourth in the Greeley Women's Invitational, third in the Colorado 'Junior state championships in 1973 and fourth in the recent Fort Morgan Ladies Invitational.' - . A five handicap golfer, Miss Eaton was .-.among the first females to compete on the same field with males in any sport as she played with the University High boys golf team two years ago. The pressure of playing against boys didn't bother her too much, she said. "I enjoyed playing with the guys because when they hit the ball further, it makes you want to do better. It also gave me a chance to play more golf in the fall than 1 1 used to do." ' , . ·'.. She said she can hit 'a lot further now than she used to and is looking forward to getting help from 'a college coach. An all-Welco -player in basketball two ' years, Miss Eaton got honorable mention all-state honors last year. She was MVP at UHS two years, averaging 20 points as a junior and 15 as a senior. 2519 llth Aie. · 356-2450 BACKPACKING CAMPING - . . PACK UP YOUR CAFES PICK A PACKAGE Your choice of bag, tent, and frame pack. Receive FREE an EFI stove, 2 nesting kettles, ensolite or foam pad, and 2 water bottles. by SonnyTavenner and Ken Trautwein '.'- To establish' that your mileage actually', has decreased, or that It Is significantly below your, model's average, begin keeping a record as soon as you suspect a decrease. Fill the tank to the brim .and record the odometer reading. 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