PÂ«Â«e 18 GREELEV TRIBUNE Tues., Oct. H, 1969 ^Volley Wins 16-0 Husky Errors Help Vikings Keep Lead :!(Â·' By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sports Writer Â·Â·' ' AULT-Like 'Old Man River', the Valley Vikings keep rolling defense did a heck of a job. ' along. . Monday scheduled land said, "I was shocked whe 1 .saw the statistics. I though the game was about even. Ou afternoon, in a re game from Friday .the first place and undefeate iValley Vikings blanked Secon "place Highland 16-0 to remai tops in the Welco grid race. Valley is 6-0 and Highland i 2-1-2. The Vikings put together v Iron-tough defense and took ad p, -.^vantage of several costly Huski '"'' r-iniscues to gain the win. Fumbles, Interceptions Hurt ;Â·.'.-* ; The game was fairly even a Â·-:., the way except for fumbles an Â· -v Â· pass interceptions that the Vik 'Â·Â·Â·Â· ings cued in on. Â·*.-Â·; Â· The first score come early i ,,Â·: the game as Huskie quarterbac Mark Potter -- back from ;Â·-.:Â· .shoulder injury -- fumbled o -j.--; the 1-yard line. On the nex '..- vplay Valley's Mark Jenkin ..Â· plunged across for the firs : ..* score. .'.. Another fumble, late in th first period, set up the secon -. -Viking touchdown. Valley scor Welco Football - . Â· Â· T e a m " Valley _ ... t - Windsor .";..- Eaton I'jLa- Highland -- tr ,. Roosevelt ...._ " " Platte Valley .. , Fort Lupton _ :'Weld Central W L T Pts. Opp College High.. 0 100 89 151 82 B4 G6 105 26 28 ed on a pass from Mike Hiller . io Carl Harvey, who ran 25 - : yards. ....'..'. The final Viking scoring was on a safety in the third quarter. .. Valley intercepted a pass , .the 50-yard line. Manuel Nativi,dad ran to the 23. Jenkins car- ,ricd 17 yards to the C. The , Huskie line stopped three al, v tempts by Valley to score. The Vikings desperately tried a fake-field-goal-pass that was in, , complete, so the Huskies took over. Two plays later, defensive . tackle Phil Loos tackled quar- '"terback Mark Potler as he attempted to pass for the Valley ...safety. 'Â· The teams played a scoreless fourth quarter. Valley mentor Ed Zulnut commented, "Both teams played great defense. It was mistakes that hurt Highland. Our offense was sluggish all afternoon. It 'was our defense, inainly our front four, that sparked the win. Bob Gartrell, Phil Loos and Kim Mauler are members of ttat line." " Still A Tough Road ,Â· !5utauf also pointed out that Â· the Vikings, even though they ' are in first place, have a long road to go before the title. They - play Platte Valley and Windsor yet this season. i . Coach Orren Wright of High- was those mistakes I 'Wright cited Keii Kidd for fine job on returning punts. "1- can break open at any time an go all the way. He has don a tremendous job for us th season." Highland's receivers J. Cunin; ham, Kidd, and Russell Mecki did a fine job. "That Meeker great on defense. He made se 1 oral 'hits' that would make college kid look to with envy, the coach said. Interceptions Stopped Drives Twice during the final perio Highland had pass interception that slopped drives. Both cou' have been for touchdowns. The Viking 'patented' Stalu of Liberty play--used succes fully all year--was read we by the Huskie defense. Sever, times the Valley backfield wa knocked for losses on the un usual play. Harcld Kappius kicked th two extra points for the Vil ings. In. the words of Wrlgh "Kappius is one of the fine! high school kickers I have eve seen." Showing the defensive tren of the game, there were onl 10 first downs, six by Valle and four by Highland. The Va ley defensive line held Higl land (o only 35 yards rushing * * * THE YARDSTICK V I Â·"irst downs --_ B fct ynrds gained 105 10' Rushing 100 .1! Passing 65 72 'nsses . 10 13 Completed 2 ( Intercepted by __--_. 1 Bunting av. 44 rumbles lost 'ards penalized -- . 1 20 Tommy Nobis V\ay Undergo (nee Surgery ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-Doclors re expected to decide today or ' T ednesday whether to operate i (lie Atlanta Falcon's All-Pro nebacker Tommy Nobis, who istalned a knee injury Sunday n the game with Dallas. Nobis Is definitely out for tliis eek's clash with the San Franisco 49ers and if the operation i necessary he could be lost for ic season--which would be a ear-disaster for the Falcons. The 6-foot-2, 235-pound middle nebacker is the center of the alcon defense. He made sev- ral crushing tackles against the owboys Sunday before he was njured while trying to block a creen pass. He was hit on (lie ight knee by a Cowboy line- lan. Valley ' 7 7 2 0 -- U Highland 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Valley--Mark Jenkins, 1 yard, (Harold Kappius kick). Valley--Carl l-larvey,'25 yards, pass from Bruce Zulauf (Kappius .kick). Valley-Safety, Mark Potter tackled in end zone. PPK Contest Rescheduled Wednesday The Greeley Punt, Pass and Kick contest will be run at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Hillside Shopping Center parking lot. Snow Sunday forced the 3- dny postponement of the-annual contest sponsored by the Greeley Jaycees and Garnsey-Wheeler Ford Co. Publicity Director Sam Lopez said the boys that registered for the competition will receive their miniature footballs Wednesday. Ad Agencies Want Mets As Team Not Individuals By MIKE RATHEt AjsociÂ»t*d Prtti S|Â»rtÂ» Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Frank Scott, .who pioneered in selling baseball stars for endorsements, finds the world of Madison Ave. revealing in dollar and cents terms the phenomenon of the New York Mets--small change as individuals but valued at $250,000 as a group. ''In my 19 years in this business I've never seen anything like it--and maybe it explain what the Mets really are," sÂ«i Scott before today's third gam of the World Series. "Instead o being individual sells the Met are a team sell.. ''Undoubtedly .that's becaus in those 19 years there neve has'been a.ieani like the Mets --with no real star standing wa above the others. It doesn't rea ly matter what a guy hit durin OUT OF REACH - Carl Harvey, Valley halfback, stretches out in vain to snag a long pass from Viking quarterback Bruce Zulauf but misses late in Monday's game at Ault. Defending for Highland is number 20, Kenny Kidd. Russell Meeker and Marc Pettit Highland defenders, can be seen in the background. The Vikings won, and remain undefeated, 16-0. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Bill Brundage Named 3ig 8 Lineman of Week KANSAS CITY (AP) - Bill rundige, who has added moti- ation to his vast reservoir of rado throw Iowa State for 10! lenls that already included enerous portions of brains and rawn, iias to be one of the omeback success stories of Big ight Conference football. The 6-foot-3, 235-pound senior efensive end of Colorado was a g questionmark for the Buffa- es last summer. Although he had lettered his iphomore and junior seasons, yards lost rushing and 112 gained, a net of three. "We certainly made him loo] good," said Cyclones Coach Johnny Majors. "He's a verj good football player." Crowder said Brundige's per formance In 1969 "should defi nitely put him in the AllrAmeri ca candidate class at thi point," and added, "He's made went out for track last spring more progress this season than throw the shot and wound up anked second behind sopho- ore Carl Taibi at defensive nd when Colorado began fall olball practice. He has been little short of sen- tional for Colorado, however, nd capped a great first half ason Saturday by completely srupting Iowa State's offense a 14-0 victory for the Buffa- es in a Big Eight opener at mcs, Iowa. For his work, Brundige was lected Monday the Big Eight's neman of the Week--the sec- id Buffalo is season. to win the honor Bill Collins, who ays defensive tackle beside rundige, won the award the rst week of the season. "His progress has been amaz- g," Colorado Coach Eddie Yowder said after Brundige id 12 tackles, six of them un- isisted, and threw Iowa State acks for losses six times for yards lost. In Colorado's four games, rundige has 10 tackles behind e line of scrimmage for losses 104 yards. "PLEASE HELP US WIN" - Cute Highland cheerleader Allison Stonecypi.er looks to the Scoreboard with hope in her eyes late in Monday's Husky-Valley game at Ault. Her plea was not answered as her Huskies lost to first place Valley 16-0. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) N H L Eastern Division Montreal Detroit Boston New York Toronto hieago W L T Pts. OF GA 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oakland 3t. Louis Minnesota Pitsb'gh ?hila'phia Ang'es Western Divisicn He led a massive defensive, ef fort Saturday which saw Colo- for studying so much. He reads any player we've ever had." Brundige is a physics majoi On Tap With Preps FOOTBALL Tuesday NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) -- The University of Rhcde Is- and captured the Danmark Trophy awarded by the U.S. 'oast Guard Academy here, in ntcrnational 12-foot dinghy ompetition Sunday. Its score was 62 points. Northern Fort Morgan at Poudre. Fort Collins at Longmont. Thursday Northern Loveland at Greeley West Jackson Field, 7:30 p.m. Junior Vanity Sterling JV at Central JV District 6 Field, 3:30 p.m. Junior High Heath at Lincoln, 4 p.m. Loveland at John Evans, p.m. Friday Northern Greeley Central at Sterling 7:45 p.m. Fort Collins at Fort Morgan Longmont at Poudre. Welco Weld Central at College High Jackson Field, 7:30 p.m. Highland at Windsor. Roosevelt at Eaton. Platte Valley at Valley. Non-Leaguo St. Josephs of Denver at Forl Lupton. Junior Varsity West JV at Loveland JV, 3:30 31p.m. 9 CROSS COUNTRY Friday 3i Northern 2[ Greeley West and Greeley Central at Northern Conference Meet, Fort Collins, 4 p.m. GIPvUS TRACK Saturday Northern District track meet at Central, 9:30 a.m. Northern TENNIS Friday and Saturday Greeley West ?,nd Greeley Central at District meet, Fort Collins. 2 Tennis who gets ribbed by teammates constantly while the Buffaloes are traveling. He won the Big Eight lineman award this week on a split vote John Brown, 221-pound Mis souri sophomore defensive end drew one panel vote for his worl in the Tigers' 17-7 victory over Nebraska. He forced a fumble by Jerry Tagge, then recovere it to set up Missouri's secom touchdown. He was in on four tackles which resulted in losses of 40 yards. Also nominated were Keyin Grady, tackle; Oklahoma defensive Keith Best, Kansas State linebacker; Larry Brown Kansas defensive end; Dave Walline, Nebraska defensive tackle, and Fred Jones, Iowa State defensive tackle. Mel Render Is Vietnamese Track Coach WASHINGTON -- World rec. ord holder of the 70-yard dash and 1968 Olympic gold medalist. Army track star Capt. Mei Fender is now passing along his sprint knowledge to future tracksters in the Republic 01 Vietnam. Once dubbed "the world's fastest human" (for his 6.8- second, record - shattering sprint), Fender is a youth coordinator with Civil Operations and Revolutionary Developmenl Support (CORDS) near Saigon where one of his Army duties includes coaching a Vietnamese track team. He is preparing the team for the December Southeast Asian Games in Burma. Fender, 32, began his sprint lo fame and glory at 25 when he was invited to a practice meet with the Japanese Olympic track team because he was the fastest, man on a post football team. Following this meet came a long string of wins that spiralled Fender to track stardom. A 14-year veteran, Fender achieved all his track experience and fame while in the Army. Ten of these years were served as an enlisted man. Prior to his latest assignment, Fender was with the 82d Airobrn Division's 3d Brigade. Sports Notes NEW YORK (AP) -- Penn State, unbeaten in 23 straight games, is being pressed by Dartmouth for the lead in bal loting for the Lambert Trophy, symbolic of eastern football su- screaming Mets' fans. premacy. The Nittany Lions drew 79V4 points Monday, while Dartmouth received 08V4 points. the seaton or what his pitching doing normal things" on the record was. "As long as he's a Met--an Amazinj Met--that's all thai seems to count." "Even though Tom won i5 games," Scott continued "the agencies tell you he didn'l win the pennant alone. They say there were a lot of guys just as important who came in for one inning to pitch and they, point to guys like Kranepool and Boswell who don't play, every day. "They tell me they can't single out any guys and they don'l think the average 'fans throughout the country can--so they've been buying groups of Mets because what they really want to say is that they've got the Amazinj Mets." Scott, who has handled Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Sandy Koufax,: Frank Robinson, Car; Yastriemski -after their biggest seasons, estimates that the Mets could, as a group, make as much as $250,000 if they go on to seat the Baltimore Orioles. .Â·Among those Orioles, as the teams took the field for the 1 j.m., EOT, start of the game may be tangling with the phe- Seaver nomenon--and the mystique--of ally by NBC was Frank Robinson--who has become somewhat of a focal point for what seems D be developing into an intense rivalry. Limping as Monday on a sore left iruised severely when he worked out he slammed a foul on the foot during batting practice Sunday, itobinson's physical condition remained somewhat of a ques tion as the third game began. Robinson did not collect a hit in seven at-bats during the first two "games and also failed to make a hit with New York fans y demeaning the attitude of the rfayers on the Met bench during he weekend split in which the Moles won the opener 4-1 and the Mets the second game 2-1. Citing the Mets' bench as 'looking lifeless" and.question- ng their enthusiasm, the veteran Baltimore outfielder has Irawn the reply from Mets' ilanager Gil Hodges that his ildyers "are normal people bench. But it has been suggested by some people that Robinson also the Mets, a team with few headline stars that has seemed to produce far beyond its capabili- lies on paper.' "I can't say what he's looking for," said Met catcher Jerry Grote. "But if he's watching us --he's worried about us." Â·Whether that was the case or not, a different atmosphere prevailed at Shea Stadium than in Baltimore's Memorial Stadium as the Mets sent Gary Gentry, 13-12, out to.pitch against the Orioles' Jim Palmer, 1G-4. The shift in scene put the Mets back in front of their enthusiastic banner-bearing fans, noticeably absent in the quiet crowds at Baltimore, where the biggest stir was created by four Met wives carrying a "Let's Go Mets" banner through the stands. The shift from a left-hander to a right-hander by the Orioles which was being telecast nation- sent the Mets back to their lefty-swinging line-up with Ed Kranepool at first, Ken Boswell at second, Wayne Garrett at third and Art Shamsky in right field. Sitting down were Donn leg Clendenon, Al Weis, Ed Charles and Ron Swoboda. The quartet had a composite batting average of .308 in the first two games and all were vital to the second game triumph, Clendenon with a homer, Weis with the game-winning hit, Charles with i single and a double and Swo- Doda with two good catches., The weatherman predicted a 30 per cent chance of rain during the day with a high temperature in the 70s. Weather permitting, the fourth and fifth games also are scheduled for New York, Wednesday and Thursday. If additional games are necessary in the best-of-seven series, they are scheduled for Baltimore Saturday and Sunday after an off-day for travel Friday. New York Met Fans Won't Bug the Orioles: Weaver By CORDON BEARD Associated Prtss Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Manager Earl Weaver of the Baltimore Orioles is more concerned about he screaming fast ball of New York pitchers than he is about Bad Guys from Baltimore in the third game of the World Series. "I don't think any amount of yelling is going to bother our The chant, "Let's go Mets," is expected to reverberate through Shea Stadiium today as the Amazin' Mets play host to the Martin Says He Did Job That Was Expected of Him By PAT THOMPSON Associated Pn*s Sports Writer MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) -- Billy Martin acknowledges he stepped on some toes to get his job done. And by doing so, he knows it led partly to his dismissal Monday as manager of the Minnesota Twins despite leading them to the West Division title of the American League in his rookie season. Calvin Griffith, Twins president, announced in New York that he had fired Martin for defying front office "policy and guidelines." Martin's reply from Minnesota was simple. "I did the job at my end. That's all I was asked to do.' Five players reportedly went to Griffith, Martin said, and complained they did not like the way the club was being managed. "Every manager -- as I stated in spring training -- is liked and disliked by his players," said Martin, the 41-year-old former New York Yankee infielder. "Every manager has a job to do -- to.make the team win. Sometimes you step on toes to get the job done. "There were competitors who did the job and some who will tie competitors in the future," Martin said. "They will appreciate it 10 years from now. But I was very proud of all of my players. "Some players are always interested only in having a good year themselves and don't care about the team," Martin said. "In order td have a winning team you must have self-sacrifice. Then your players have good years too." Griffith, who faces widespread jublic criticism because of Marlin's vast popularity with the fans, said in his statement: "Prior to hiring him, realizing Â»s eiplosive personality and his nexperience as a manager. I lad numerous meetings with lini to set policy and guidelines. " feel he has completely ignored mr understandings." Martin said Griffith informed him of the decision by telephone, starting the conversation, "I'm afraid I've got bad news for you." Griffith said his decision, which he called the hardest he ever had to make about a manager, was not influenced by Minnesota's three straight defeats in the American League playoffs to Baltimore nor by Martin's fist fight with pitcher Dave Boswell. Boswell, who was punched out by Martin after the pitcher had struck outfielder Bob Allison, was 12-9 before the fight outside a Detroit bar Aug. 6. He finished at 20-12. Martin's baseball career spans 23 years as a player, scout, coach and'manager. His major league playing days mostly were with the New York Yankees, and he appeared in the World Series five times, including 1953 when his 12 hits led batters. Martin has been in the Twins organization since 1961. His; future plans are cloudy. Griffith knows what he has to do next, hire his fourth manager in four years. Top candidates reportedly include Hank Bauer, ousted Oakland manager; Dave Bristol, fired Cincinnati manager; Billy Hunter, a coach with Jie Baltimore Orioles, and Bill Rigney, former manager of the California Angels. guys said. one little bit," "They're pros, Weaver and the only thing that might bother them is New York pitching--not the fans. "I wouldn't even care'if the. fans threw things at us, if the New York .pitcher didn't have anything and gave up 15 runs or so." Visiting players haven't been bombarded from the stands at Shea Stadium, but some overzealous rowdies swiped patches of turf, bases and even home plate during the celebrations following New York's division and pennant clinchers. "I understand there are gremlins hanging around this park," Weaver said Monday as the Orioles conducted a workout at Shea Stadium on an off-day following a 1-1 split in Baltimore. What if the 'partisan New York fans try to make off with the Baltimore manager as part of their postgame loot? "If no one stops them," Weaver said, "I guess I'd have to go where they take me." During Monday's workout, several youngsters jumped out of the stands and entered the dugout to chat with Weaver and shake his hand. 'Good luck, Earl," one of them said as someone came to chase the unauthorized visitors. "Thank you, boys," Weaver said. "Here come the police." Baltimore is favored for the third straight time in the Series, but that's the kind of odds the Mets have been battling all sea- on. "We love them because they are challengers who came from behind to beat the odds with a combination of skill, spirit and daring," New York Mayor John V. Lindsay said. "They've united us, brought us together and given us all something to cheer about." ASAKA -- New empty can crushers will be used here soon. EVERYDAY TENSION? SLEEPLESS NIGHTS? Are yeu edgy and always having tc be "understood' by even your friends? Well, when simple nervous tension Is bothering you and causing sleepless nlahts you should either try B.T. TABLETS or see your ddctor, er both. B.T. TABLETS have tested Ingredients which will help you overcome simple nervous tension and sleep better at night. Your druggist has help for you In safe -- nonliabit forming -- B.T. TABLETS, of.hers are enjoying the relief B.T. TABLETS can give, so why wait another day? 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