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Page 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Sat., May 16, 1970 Emporia State Leads RMAC Track Meet MAX BARELY LEADS -- Greeley West's Doug Max (second from right) is on his downward stride while Loveland's Tom Sorensen (left) begins to clear the next to last hurdle in the run for the high hurdles championship Friday in the Northern Conference track meet at Forl Collins. Max barely beat Sorensen, going the distance in 15 seconds. West's Tim Mitchell is at the right, and he placed fifth. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloney) Greeley Preps Qualify Five Men, Two Relays for State With five event championships ready determined, the Emoria State Hornets have the ad in the Rocky Mountain Con- rence Track Championships at jckson Field. Emporia has 54 points to Fort ays' 30. Adams Slate is third ith 24 points, Southern Colo- ado is fourth with 23 points nd University of Northern Col- rado is fifth with 12 points. Emporia tracksters won the scus and the long jump and ort Hays athletes won the avelin, hammer throw and the iree mile run Friday. All New Ricords Records were shattered in all ve events. In the hammer, ary Lawrence of Fort Hays assed 149 feet, eight inches to et a new conference record, he old mark was 115-0. In the long jump, John Wilon of Emporia leaped 24 feet, inches to set a new RMAC nark. The old record was 23,'2 by UNC's Hugo Jacobsmey- in the javelin, Bob Ford ol 'oil Hays won with a toss ol 23 feet, eight inches setting a ew Jackson Field record. Not ei shot put thrower Al Ferer ach of Emporia will have to vait until today to test his sho abilities, but Friday he tuned up by winning the discus wilh a throw of 169 feet, three inches. In the three-mile run. FSC's Larbi Oukada broke a Jacksen Field mark with a run of 14:23.5. Cook Places Third i Fred Cook of UNC finished! third in the hammer throw with a toss of 122 feel, one inch t o j set a new UiNC record. i UNC's Dennis Coleman placed fourth in Ihe javelin with a throw of 207 feet, two inches. Hammer throw: 1. Gary Lawance, Fort Hays. 2, Maurice Lervold, Fort Hays. 3, Fred Cook, UNC. 4, Dave Lutes, Adams Slate. 5, Dennis Morgan, Adams State. 6, John Schoen- lair, Mines. 149 ft. 8 in. Long jump: 1, John Wilson, Jmporia. 2, Frank Grant, SCSC. ·), Allen Spencer, KSC. 4, John Sategna, Adams State. 5, Glen Richardson, So. Utah. G, Stan loberts, SCSC 24 ft. 9V4 in. Javelin: 1, Bob Ford, Fort -lays. 2, Larry Hyneck, Emporia. 3, Jim Correll, Emporia. 14 Dennis Coleman, UNC. 5, Archie Shepard, KSC. 6, Gene DeMille, So. Utah. 223 ft 8i in. Discus: 1, Al Feurebach, Emporia 2, Mark Hantla, SCSC. 3 Dan Hyndman, SCSC. 4, Dave Lutes, Adams State. 5, John Vuolo, UNC. 6, Morris Lervold, Fort Hays. 169 ft. 3 in. Three-mile run: 1, Larbi Ou- kada, Fort Hays. 2, Mike McDonald, Adams State. 3, Dennis Nee, Emporia. 4, Dennis Del- molt, Emporia. 5, Bob Montoya, Adams State. 6, Alvin Penka, Fort Hays. 14:23.5. Central Places 3rd In State Golf Meet AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.| (AP) - Cherry Creek bolted from four strokes behind Boulder Fairview to beat the defending champions by nine full strokes Friday and capture the Colorado State High School Golf Championships. The 36-hole total for Cherry Creek's four stalwarts was 648. Fairview followed with 657 and the field dropped off to Greeley Central with 674 and Air Academy High with 675. Iowa State Wins, Ups Title Hopes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS!an RMAC record set" by Kansas; Iowa Slate has dropped Kan- giate College lasl year wilh a South Africa Banned From Olympic Play AMSTERDAM (AP) - The International Olympics Commit , i n i Jjllllri l l n t i u i i d i v^irnii'"-^ %jun « · · * * Two records were shattered , OC) )]as br()ken Us last , the preliminary runs Friday ; M g u Afri bccallsi jUNC's 440-yard relay team licdjTM 8 racia , discrim iniiti.m i. By PAUL MOLONEY Tribune Sports Editor FOKT COLLINS - Greeley West's Doug Max and Central's Alan Kirschemann led their respective teams Friday by winning Northern Conference indi- llilzer jump to was third in the high complete the Greeley sas as K igln a contender for the Big Baseball r .1 o- j M-L nv. n c «r It "'as lhe end of a long fighl ^,° , :! I"? i"tJ TM A C Jwluch had prevented South Afri- But Fairview had some conso- ation as Tim Brauch carded a 76 in the second round to go with lis first-round 79 for medalist lonors at 155. He was tied Thursday for first-day medalist lonors with two others. Tom Negri of Air Academy High was second in overall med- alist competition with 82-75 for 157. But from there on, Cherry Creek stole the show. Jeff Beaubout took second-day honors with a nifty 74, best single round of the meet, for a 160 lotal and fourth over-all among individuals. His brother on the Cherry Creek squad, Steve Beaubout had 82-83 for 165. Bob Austin added 87-77 for 164 to the winning total. And Cherry Creek's Tom Sterling was third in over-all points wilh 82-77 for a 159 total. T h e individual Greeley Central scores were Bulch Carlson 82-161. Jim Fuller 79-1B3, Clay Gorman 80-172, and Dave Bro'ckway 90-178 for a total of C74. Carlson in medalist play preps' list of stale qualifiers. Wesl's 880-yard relay team was second. Runners were Mick Kellner, Doug Fanning, Tim Benich and Geisl. Central thus sends three individual championships. Max edged Loveland's. Tomj w|ijle Wesl enters u vo individu . viduals and a relay to Boulder, Sorensen over the 120-yard high "' hurdles, while Kirschemann put tils the shot 50 ft. 7 in. to win his specialty. Grcrley West placed sixth in acid a relay. However, 24 the team standings points while Central cn!h with 23. Sterling with excellent team! depth won the title with 52 points followed by Longmonl 41, West's Max and Geist each will compete in two events. Others to score points were: i Central's Bill Alexander, fourth in the shot put; Central's Hall, , fourth in the 440; West's Tim | Mitchell, fifth over the high hur- ; Central's Wes Krause, fifth 440-yard dash: 1, Alan Miller, . 2, Kensinger, Lv. 3, Sten- lelle, Lg. 4, Hall, GC. 5, Webb, FM. :51.1. 880-yard run: 1, Terry Hur- 30 ,. Loveland 30. Forl Morgan and Fort Collins 28. Host P dre was last with 22. Max and Sorensen locked in exciting duels in Ihc hurdles events. Max won the highs in 15 seconds, a tenth of a see- One record was felled. Ster! ling's Tim Hessler high jumped |6 ft. 3 in. to top the old record by a quarter of an inch. It was set in 1962 by Bob Lindsey of Englewood. Sterling's 440-yard dash man end faster than Sorensen. It was turn-around over the with all finals starting at 1 p.m finished sixth with his 161 Fuller placed eighth . on |cvenl championships will be de- Pole Field Events j f r o m ( wo Cyclone errors in Ihe vault: 1, Envin South- ;fourl |, illninR ard. FM. 2. Japp, S. 3. Jerry Nebraska'charged to 4-2 and cided today. The results: Team Standings: 1, Emporia, Medford, GC. 4, Campbell, FM. ley, FC. 2, Gibson, FM. 3. Hef-J2 : ':i finglon, Lg. 4, Davis, P. 5, Mireles, Lg. 2:02.U. Mile run: 1, Tom Gonzales, FM. 2, R. Martinez, Lg. 3, Bryant, P. 4, Boyd, FC. 5, Medera. S. 4:36.1. 5. John Neergaard, FC. 13 ft. 4-3 victories over' Oklahoma State at Slillwaler. Stale, 24. 4, SCSC, 23. 5, UNC, i 12. 6, Kansas Slate College, 12. vote eliminated the threat of a boycott by apartheid opponents of the 1972 Games in Munich. Dennis Brutus, prcsidenl the South African Non-racial Open Committee for Olympic 54. 2, Fort Hays, 30. 3, Adams Sports (SAN-ROC) said that he could not predict how the IOC decision might promote racial High jump: 1. Tom Hessler,j rccor( j Nebraska 'J-6 and Kan- S. 2, Hays, S. 3, Jerry Hil/.er. |sas 9.7. TI,C teams will play sin- GC. 4, Schmidtberger, FC. 5. !g | c games today, and Iowa Stale Ilenson. S. 6 ft. 3 in. (New con-| and Nebraska will meet in a se- lowa Slate has an 11-3 league| 7 'southern Utah. 3. 8, Coloradoiintegralion of sports in South 2-mile run: 1, Allen Besl, FM.|i n ]9(j2.) ference record, old record Lindsey. Englewood, G ft. 2":-i in. week, while Kansas, '- -- Mines, 1. NOT SCORING: Omaha, Washburn, Regis, Fort Lewis. Western State, Western New Mexico. and five Alan Miller, won an unprece-jl:32.1. 2, Martinez. Lv. 3, Kinlzley. P. 4, Keen, FC. 5, Padilla, FM. 10:31.7. 880-yard relay: 1, Loveland. 2, Greeley West. 3, Sterling. 4, Longmonl. 5, Forl Collins. Long jump: 1, Kick Shuin- finishes its season today. Oklahoma moved lo an 8-81 Big Eight record by splitting! way, S. 2. Smith. S. 3, Snell. S.' w jf|, Colorado at Norman. Colo- 4, Fanning. GW. 5, Clatter-! rndo W(in ih c first game 6-2 and baugh. P. 20 ft. 5',-i in. I the Sooners bounced back for a 180-yard low hurdles with Sorensen winning in 19.9 seconds and barely ahead of Max. They'll renew Ihcir duels in the State AAA meet nexl weekend at Boulder. | Greeley Wesl's Randy Geist! qualified for the State AAA meet in two individual events and on the Spartan 880-yard relay. Geist was second in the triple jump and third in the 220-yard dash. Top three finishers in each event qualify for the slate meet. dented third straight, conference championship. His lime was an impressive 51.1 seconds. There was no double winner. The results. Mile relay: 1, Greeley Cen-jShumway. S. 41 ft. 2 in. Triple jump: 1, Scoll Ham- j(i . 0 decision, mond, Lg. 2, Geist, GW. 3, Kansas Stale and Missouri .Jones, P. 4, llaltel, Lg. 5,| wcrc mined out at Columbia, Iral (Doug Keimes, Jay Ander-l shol put: 1, Alan Kirsche- header lodav -" - " ' ....... land will try to get in a double- son, Larry Gehring, Dale Hall). 2, Fort Collins. 3, Longmonl. 4, Loveland. 5, Poudre. 3:30.3. Big Eight Track Meet Missouri's Mel Gray Does A Little Bit of Everything By LE WFERGUSON |men in six preliminary races Associated Press Sports Writer] Friday and appeared to have an Greeley Central's vaunted j LAWRENC", Kan. (AP) -; edse in the fight for second mile relay team won the North-!M e ] Gray, Missouri's husky lit-], ern title in 3:30.3. iu e football star, took aim today ,[?'.. ,,_,...,___ ,,,,,_ _,, f .. r Doug Kcirnes put the Wild- al the B jg Eighl versalilily rec- ! ^° versatile siar is iar cals ahead with a 53.5 seconds ord run in the first quarter. Forl Collins moved ahead in the in a wind-aided 9.1 in from his track peak, wouldn't say Tie's BATTING--Ken Berry, White mann, (JC. 2, Smith, FM. 3, Lebsack, S. 4, Alexander, GC. 5, Di Gregorio, Lg. 50 ft. 7 in. _ _ _ _ _ Discus: 1, Dave Shoup, Lg. 2,!J"_ on i ers _ __)_ fj rs t'two of (he sea- Conour, S. 3, Hughes, FC. 4,i son jn loading Chicago lo a 9-3 McGraw, P. 5, Wes Krause, GC. vidory over Kansas City. 155 ft. 214 in. * Grizzlies Ahead Af Meet Africa. He stressed, however, thai the main thing was thai the black i sportsmen had finally won ex- Iplicit IOC recognition thai they were equal lo whiles. Other members of the SAN- ROC group predicted that the] IOC decision would lead to a; complete isolation of white sports in South Africa. Frank Braun, president of the other golfers. The Cats placed third in the District last week. TEAM STANDINGS Cherry Creek 648. Falrvicw 637, Greeley Central 671, Air Academy HlRh 675, Aurora Central 678, Arapahoe 679. rueblo f South 683. Keuls 689. Pueblo Central 690, Ot Trlnldnci G9I, Loveland 6M. Thomai .leffcr- 698. Pueblo HoncalU 199, GeorM Washington 6!W, Jefferson County 7M, Fort Mor- Kan 706, Westminster 70fi, Fort Collins 707. Pueblo Centennial 708, Mitchell 711. Kanum 713, Duranxo 713, Alameda 713, Mullen 719, I-ongmonl 729. Broomrield 730, Wasson 732. Canon City 735, Denver East 736, Pueblo Ka«t 739, Kver- Ktecn 743. Denver South 745, Grand Juncllra "If. Kifle 7r*. Mpntrefe 77R. Heath Sets Five School IRecords Fri. Lesher Junior High won the Northern Division of the North- South African National OlympiC| ern Conference Junior High Committee, however,_estiinated;-prack Meet Friday edging that the expulsion of South Afri- Heath by 20 points. had 80 points Sterling to gap at the Anderson's time was 52.8 seconds. me was 52.8 secons. p nionshins sa Fridav at Sophomore Larry Gehring ^Tnfv" rsfy of K\"J a j ,nt tUo W i l H n a t e a h p a H a f f a i n . _. J . . . , sent' the Wildcats ahead again with a 52.7 third quarter, and senior Dale Hall ran a 51.6 final quarter to insure lhe Central , a t « i at his peak at all. The weather hasn't been .good and he just hasn't had the jwork. He should be nesring his for the NCAA championships next month." DanDevine'si Footba11 ' Botts said ' " hasnlt 11 will trv to nurt Mel at a "' but he ' s been a HIP 100 snd verv busv ' oun S man -" Jerry Medford was third in the pole vault and Jerry , Picked To Academic Team GUNNISON, Colo. (AP) Michael (Burr Adams Western Stale College senior from Long- WINS SHOT PUT -- Junior Alan Kirschemann of Greeley run a team n at uie ourr j triple jump. 1 If Gray places in five events he will match the versatility performance of Kansas' Slan Whilley in lasl year's meet Gray's :20.4 broke lhe meel 220 record of :20.7 sel by Charlie Greene of Nebraska in 1067., Gray's brilliance added spicelTM"'. has __ e , en narae(1 * , lh(e to a meel destined to be dom-! Academic All-America basket inated by Kansas, bidding f o r iball team-college division, its fourth straight outdoor! Adams, a mathematics and crown 'physical educator major, posted Finals in 15 events were'a STMle average of 3.75 of a scheduled this afternoon W HhiP°ssible 4.00 m the last quarter, many of them lo be televised on a 34-slation Midwest network. Kansas scored victories in the: long jump and discus Friday to| pile up 32 points. Phil Reaves won the long jump with a wind- aided leap of 26 feet 214 inches, MALARTIC, Quebec while Doug Knop won his thirdiMichel Bricre, 20, rookie center straight discus title at ]!)2 feel.iwith the Pittsburgh Penguins of Oklahoma .Slate was secondHhe National Hockey League. Tragedy Hits Hockey Player would put back non-white TOPEKA, Kan. - Although! ^.fTM 1 in " is COU ' ltry for 5 ° SS'lH!^^?' rl '£ ra S: a 'Fi^t^±r^ five the firsl day and have a good SfoMbevole 63 ' 8 ![ irSt " lacnos " cn brougllt llome chance to win Iheir Ihird ^'f * TM f, rp(1 absc ntions k « « f.TM*TM , , The Heath 880-vard relav There were three abscntions j " straight RMAC conference title. , vo , e announced by Mo- ""· '·''·""' ' "'" nique Berlious, the IOC press Vashburn, 9-7, 6-4. | ca refused lo admit American W i l l i a m s , UNC, def. i fj c jr ro tennis star Arthur Ashe. ,awrence, Fort Hays, 6-0, 6-0. Villiams, def. Reiswig, Emporia, 6-4, 8-6. Moore, UNC, def. Juilliand, Mines, 6-3, 6-1. Moore def. Ford, imporia, 6-2, 6-1. Grant, UNC, def. Commons, Pitlsburg, 6-3, 6-1. Granl def. Spangler, Mines, 6-3, 6-1. Doubles: Keil-Williams, U N C , def Wertz-Horvalh, Fort Lewis, 6-3, 6-1. The semifinals and the finals vill be staged loday. The results: Singles: Keil, UNC, def. May, racial tension p i ode( | ° team ran the dislance in 1:39.4 to sel a new mark. Members of record-winning squad Beecham, Andy headlines across the^»?"'« ^uc 'am, « U y nmbt, Vlines, 6-2, 6-2. Keil def. Boggs, i rld lasl V car when South AM- Brian Barnctt and Jeff Herman. . .' ' _ _ ,, . ( v * m m IK.J. . · ' Brigham Young Blanks CSU 5-0 Friday FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) . i-Brigham Young University's Brian Flono s run in the high ·!Cougars rode the three-hit pitch- hurdles^of 13.1. He placed see"" Scoll Davis won the 440 in a time of 56.6 and Herman set a school banner in the 880 with a prance of 2:06.6. Jim Rogers won Ihe high jump and set a mark with a leap of five feet, eight inches. Barnett won the triple jump with a jump of 39 feel, 'A inch. 11 was also a new Heath mark. The other new record was Salzenstein-Grant, UNC, def. Pike-McFarland, Mines, 6-3, 6-4. The Minors ond in the event. Evans By Thi Associated Preil Wellirn Djvljifn W L Pet. G Oklahoma City 17 R .fiRO -Tulsa 11 15 .42.1 6' Wichita 11 15 .-m 6V-J Denver -. 8 17 .320 9 Eaitirn Division W L Pel. GB lows 16 8 .667 -Indianapolis 1 4 8 .136 1 Kvansvilla 10 11 .476 Ili Omaha .. . . R 1 3 .381 6'/j Friday's Results Denver 1, Wichita 0 Evansvllle 1, Iowa 0, 10 inning* Imliannpolix 4, Omaha 3, 13 Innings Oklahoma City at Tulsa, postponed, rain Sunday's Gamas Denver at Wichita Oklahoma City nt Tulsa Kvan.wllle at Iowa Incltanapolfs at Omaha Central Friday won lhe shot |going into today's wind-up wilhjwas severely injured in a traffic: nut event in (lie Northern Con- I I I points and Missouri with 8.;accident Friday night and a \.ii- fcrencc meet at Kort Collins. However, Nebraska qualified 11 larlit- Icen-aficr was slruck a::d Kirsrhcnmann'« put was 5fl ft. 'points and Missouri with R. killed by the ambulance Inking j However, Nebraska qualified 11 liriere lo a hospilal. i 7 in. ANCHORMAN -- Handy (ieist slrides al full speed arnuml lhe fiiiiil curve in hopes of leading Greeley Wcsl to victory in tho 880-yard relay, hut Loveland emerged wilh first, i'.cist ran an unofficial ?.l.!l seconds in his 220-yard run I'i make a race of il xvilh Loveland's anchorman, deist placed :··"-"lid in Hip 221-yarrl 'b«h and in the triple !"mn lo qualify I'M- Ihe Slate AAA meet in Hie two evenls. (Tribune pholo !\v Paul Molimcy) Pro Basketball ABA Playofft By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Finals Friday's Result Indiana 10!), Los Angeles 33 ndiana leads hest-of-7 series 1-0. Sunday's Game Couga... - ing of Brad Meyring Friday afl- ernoon to a 5-0 shulout victory over Colorado State University in a Western Athlelic Confer-: ence baseball game. . L . .. The viclory assured lhe Cou-1\A/.,~ ~ gars of at least a tie for the 1 T T d i d WAC Norlhern Division chain- .«·· · i i onswp I rack Meet The Cougars were held scoreless for four innings by Ram LONfiMONT _ John Evans freshman Delix Martinez, but rackc(] n j n c f j r s nul o[ |4 opened up the scoring m the, cvcnt ^ nri R7 in( ( , f.fth when third baseman M k e j t h c southern Division of the Foster homered over the left| Northorn Confercncc Juninr field fence. The Cougars added | l j h k four more in the sixth lo pad! |, p £ play, while CSU is 2-10. The two|"^ 0 '" ^"^^ put, discus and the broad jump and Murphy won lhe 100-yard dash BYU 000 014 000-5 9 0 and the 220. CSU 000 000 000--0 3 11 Three school records were Meyring and Belliston: Marti-| sct 'f! llle w °. R«*y Cregmil* nez and Jensen. WP-Meyring; |Vvnn L--Martinez. HR-Folsler, BYU (5th, none on). A-250. LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The the event and shattered a mark and the Patriot 880 relay squad broke the old school relay banner. Mike Birleffi was edged out of first place by misses in the pole vault but still sel a school Universily of Wyoming Cow-irecord in thai event, hoys look the first game of a Other winners for John Evans thrcp-iinme series wilh Ulah. 6-Kvere Paul Johnson, high hnr- I,os Angeles at Indiana, nllcr-|2, Friday night bringing their dies and Steve Mcjia in lhe low conference record lo Hi-fi. hurdles.

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