Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 18, 1970 · Page 24
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24 GREELEY TRIBUNE MOB., May 18, 1970 Emporia Wraps Up RMAC WINS BY A NOSE, LITERALLY - Tedd Potts, above, of Emporia State touches his nose to the tape as he wins the 100-yard dash Saturday. He ran the distance in 9.9 to place first in the RMAC track meet at Jackson Field. His team won the meet with 142 poins. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) UNC Girls Fare Well In State Track Meet ·DENVER -- University of] Lark Birdsong. third in the! a \\ mK of 1:54.5. He placed fiftl Emporia State captured four first places Saturday to sweep the second annual RMAC Track Meet at Jackson Field. The Hornets racked up 142 points to outdistance Fort Hays' 108. Adams State had 93 points and the University of Northern Colorado Bears totaled 77. Winning for Emporia were Ted Potts in the 100-yard dash with a time of 9.9, Al Fererbach in the shot put with a toss of 60 feet, nine and three fourths inches, Chester Bluett in the intermediate hurdles with a time of 54.0 and John Wilson in the triple jump with a leap of 46 feet, eight inches. One of the Emporia wins, the shot put, set a new RMAC banner and two others either tied or set new Jackson Field records. Feuerbach's toss in the shot shattered the old record held by Bob Kincaid of Adams State in 1964 of 57 feet, nine inches. Bluett's win in the intermediate hurdles tied a Jackson Field mark and Wilson's triple jump distance set a new field record, distance set a new field record. All-in-all, five RMAC marks were broken Saturday. Mike Estes of Fort Hays ran llie 440-yard dash in 47.4 breaking the old conference record of 4:16.8. Larry Zaragoza of Adams State ran the 880 in 1:51.8 breaking a record ol 1:54.0. The mile relay team of Forl Hays ran the distance in 3:14.{ shattering the old time of 3:19.3 and Garold Endsley of Kansas State College set a conference pole vault record with a vault of 15 feet, two inches. Charlie Huggins won the only individual title for UNC. He won -,the 220-yard dash in 22.2 edging Potts of Emporia by .5 of i second. Huggins also set a UNC record in 440 finishing second to Estes. The old record was by Huggins in 1969 and was 48.5 Larry Heidebrecht set a UNC mark in the 880-yard run witli rn New Mexico, 1; Fort Lewis, Regis, 0; Westminister, 0. Final Rttulti 100-yard dash: 1, Ted Potts, ESC; 2, Jack Comfort, UNO; 3, Chester Bluett, ESC; 4, Joe McCain, KSC; 5, Hal Taliaferro, 'HSC; fi, George Rasmussen, JNC. 9.9. 220-yard dash: 1, Charlie Hug;ins, UNC; 2, Ted Potts, ESC; , John Comfort, UNO; 4, John Lehman. FHSC; 5, Frank Grant, CSC; 6, Glen Melcalf, SCSC. 2.2. 440-yard dash: 1, Mike Estes, 'HSC; 2, Charlie Huggins, UNC; 3, Ron Borger, FHSC; 4, John Schneider, FHSC; 5, Mike Riddle, SCSC; 6, Steve Wightman, UNC. 47.4 (New RMAC ^epiecnase: i DOD momoyd, orm-rf niH rwnrd 4«.n hv Esles ASC; 2, Marv Harlan, ESC; 3, Northern Colorado girls fared well Saturday in the Colorado Women's outdoor track and field championships here. In the women's open division Carol Hyatt, sped to victory in the 100-yard dash in 12 seconds. She anchored the 400-yard relay team that won in 54.9 seconds. Other runners were Kris Burns, Sally Brach and Lark Birdsong. Miss hyatt and the relay team qualify for the National AAU meet this summer at Los Angeles. Also qualifying for the National AAU were Nancy Baca who placed second in the 440- yard dash in 1:04.5, a new UNC school record, and Ula Bell who was second in the 880-yard run in 2:36.4, also a new school record. Others to place: 17.7 100-meter hurdles seconds. Kathy Salerno, fourth in the!record ils 'he team of Steve 220-yard dash in 31.3 seconds. Wightman, Jeff Hancock, Mid LuAnn Koshela, fourth in the 440 in 1:11.5. Sally Brach, third in the discus throw with 86 ft. 7 in. yard dash in 13.4 seconds. in that event. The Bear mil relay squad shattered a schoo Mary Kopsa Advances To State Meet Greeley Central's Mary Kopsa finished second S a t u r d a y i n in the singles District Women's Tennis Meet. She qualified for the State Meet next Saturday at Boulder She went down to the final match unbeaten before Ellen Denzin and Huggins ran the lap in 3:17.0. They broke their own record set earlier this season. Eight total records were se in the meet. Three were se during Friday's action. F o r Hays was the defending trad champion. TEAM SCORES Emporia Slate College, 142 Fort Hays State, 108; Adam; State College, 93; UNC, 77; Kan sas State College, 63; Souther Colorado State, 43; University o Nebraska, Omaha, 18; Southern Utah State, 7; Washburn University, 4; Colorado Mines, 1; Western State College, 1; West- Kris Bums, fifth in the 100- Tagador of Fort Collins beat her 0-3, 3-6. Live below your means. If you'd like to get around the higll cost of living, we have a suggestion: Cut down on the high cost of getting around., i And buy a Volkswagen. It's only '] 9.8 8 * That's around $1200 less than the average ' 'amount paid for a new cor lodoy. Heave it .in the bank. More's coming.) A VW saves you hundreds of dollars on upkeep over the years. It takes pints, not quarts, of oil. Not one iota o( antifreeze. And f» gets about 27 miles to the gallon. Ths average car (thirsty devil that it isl only gets 14. So the more you drive, the more you save. And chances are, you'll drive it lor years and 'years. (Since we never change the style, a VW never goes out of style.1 Of course, a VW's not much to look at. So o' lot of people buy a big flashy car just to save face., Try putting that in the bank. "Delivered G r e e l e y BOB MARKLEY VOLKSWAGEN George Wallace, UNC; 6, Bob Montoya, ASC.. 4:20.5. (New- Jackson Field record, old record 4:16.9 by Tarry Harrison, CSU, 1967). 440-yard relay: 1, Fort Hays State (Hal Taliaferro, John Schneider, Mike Estes, Marvin Ayers); 2, ESC; 3, UNC; 4, ASC; 5, KSC; 6, SCSC. 42.1. Mile relay: 1, Fort Hays State (John Schneider, Bob Young, Ron Borger, Mike Estes): 2, UNC; 3, KSC; 4, UNO; 5, SCSC; 6, ASC. 3.14.9 (New RMAC record, old record 3:15.2 by Fort Hays State, 1969; new Jackson Field record, old record 3:19.3 by Wyoming, 1963). Steeplechase: 1, Bob Montoya, ecord, old record 48.0 by Estes n semi-finals; new Jackson Field record, old record by istes, 48.0). 880-yard run: 1, Larry Zara- ;oza, ASC; 2, Ken Conway, 3, Bob Young, FHSC; 4, Dan Barks, ASC; 5, Larry Heidebrecht, UNO; 6, Jeff Hanock, UNC. 1:51.8. (New RMAC 'ecord, old record 1:54.0 by Steve Boehner, FHSC, 1969; new 'ackson Field record, old 1:54.0 )y Dan Barks, Adams Slate, 970.) Mile run: 1, Larbi Oukada, FHSC; 2, Darrcll Patterson, ESC; 3, Mike McDonald, ASC; 4, Blane Thomas, ESC; 5, Dennis Wheatcraft, FHSC; 4, Larbi Oukada, FHSC; 5, Dennis Nee, ESC; 6, David McLeland, FHSC. 9:47.4 (New Jackson Field record, old record 10:10.9 by Montoya, 1970.) 120-yard high hurdles: 1, Gary Coleman, ASC; 2, Merle Young, KSC; 3, Bob Kelly, UNC; 4, Bob Calder, Washburn: 5, Ralph Gonzales, SCSC; 6, Chuck Crew, CM. 14.7. 440-yard intermediate hurdles: 1, Chester Bluett, ESC; 2, Jerome Duran, FHSC; 3, Henry Hickman, UNC; 4, Gary Coleman, ASC; 5, Dallas Boeken, (Ties Jackson Field record set by Larry Burgess, SCSC, 1968); Frald Evtnts Shot Put: 1, Al Feutrback, ESC; 2, Bob Ford, KSC; 3, Frank Logue, ASC; 4, Ed Cox, ESC; 5, Jerry Hinson, ESC; 6, Frank Burg, WSC. 60-9% (New RMAC record, old.record 57-9 by Feuerbach, 1969; new Jackson Field record, old record 5311 by Bob Kincaid, Adams State, 1964). High jnmp: 1, Mel Rogers, SCSC; 2, Rick Old, KSC; 3, Merlin Oetkin, UNC; 4, Steve Brubaker, ASC, arid Kevin Adams, tie; 6, John Wilson, ESC. 6-8 (New Jackson Field record, old record 6-8 by Lowell Huffman, UNC, 19G7). Pole vault: 1, Garold Endsley, KSC; 2, Doug Gaywood, ESC; 3, Greg Starkovich, ASC; 4, Mike Weighall, SUS; 5, Lynn Cady, UNC; 6, Dave Smith, KSC. 15-2 (New RMAC record, old record 14-6 by Endsley, 1969; new Jackson Field record, old record 14-9'/2 by Dave Hoffman, CSU, 1967). Triple jump: 1, John Wilson, ESC; 2, Mick Cook, UNC; 3, Gary Coleman, ASC; 4, Dean Baskin, UNC; 5, Julian Lopez, ASC; 6, Tom Marshall, WNM. 46-8 (New Jackson Field record, old record 46-6 by Vic Washing- FHSC; 6, Ed Small, ASC. 54.0. ton, Wyoming, 1967). Mesa Sweeps 4 From Bears GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -Mesa Junior College upped its consecutive g a m e winning streak to 16 as they beat the University of Northern Colorado Frosh four times here this weekend. Even though the Bears lost 'he series, they were in each gamp to the end and got three sterling pitching performances. Two of the tilts, scheduled for seven innings, went nine frames. The first game was Mesa's 2-0 as top Mesa hurler Denny Hall whiffed 17 Bear Cubs. Both runs came in the fourth inning on two walks, a sacrifice and a single scoring them both. In the second tilt, Mesa edged UNC 5-3 as all five tallies came in the fourth inning against loser Bob Taylor. Four straight singles and a walk did the trick for Mesa. In the third encounter, lefty Bruce Vaughn had a one-hitter until the ninth inning when he gave up a run on two straight hits. The Cubs lost 1-9. The final game of the series again went nine innings as Bear Tom Stewart had no-hitter for eight innings but succumbed to two hits in the ninth. He lost 4-3. Todd Urosovich hit a four- bagger for the losing Cubs. RECORD PUT--Emporia State's Al Feurerbach broke his own Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference shot put record Saturday at Jackson Field with this Herculean effort. Feurerbach put the shot 60-9 3 ,i to shatter his old mark of 57-9 set in the RMAC championships last year. Emporia State walked off with the RMAC title by piling up 142 points to easily outdisance second place Fort Hays State with 108 points. The University of Northern Colorado took fourth with 77 points. (Tribune photo by Ron Stcwarl). Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Win Championships in Tennis, Golf LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) --. Oklahoma's perfect 21-point Oklahoma and Oklahoma Statejswcep to another tennis title continue to overpower the rest of the Big Eight in tennis and golf, but Kansas is the over-all was paced by Cilcn Mullins and Scott Martin, who won No. 1 and .No. 2 singles, respectively, won by 31 strokes in bagging its 12th Big Eight golf title in the 13 years the Cowboys have been conference members. Kansas, which last year claimed the first officially recognized Big Eight All-Sports NEAR DEAD-HEAT--University of Northern Colorado sprinter Charlie Huggins hits the string a half-stride ahead of Emporia State's Ted Potts in he 220-yard dash in Saturday's Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Track and Field championships. Huggins' first place was the only one of the day for the Bears who wuund up fourth in the meet. Huggins' time was 22.2; Potts was clocked at 22.25. Potts won the 100-yard dash with a time of 9.9. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart). UNC Wins RMAC Net Championship TOPEKA, Kansas -- The by the Bears. The final UNC| Grant, UNC, def. Shappard. champion of conference sports'and teamed to take No. 1 dou- cxcellence for the second yeanbles as well. Other Sooner win- in a row. 'tiers were Jack Theimer, Jack Oklahoma swept every one of'Hufihcs and Daryl Hess, its matches for the second, Trailing the Sooners were straight year to capture an un- Kansas State with 8 points, precedented fifth tennis title in Kansas C, Oklahoma State 5, a row, while Oklahoma State Colorado 4, Nebraska 3, and Missouri and Iowa State 1 each. Oklahoma State, with a winning team score of 886 to run- ncrup Oklahoma's 917. had four of its players among the top six in medal scores. _ . Mike Holder led the Cowboys Trophy, repeated by taking its and won medalist honors with a 54-hole tolal of 219. Then cnmc Ben Thomas of Missouri tennis and fourth in golf. Thejwith 221; Mark Hayes and Jim Jayhawks also are assured of aiDeaton. both OSU! and Dong Ifirst-div'ision finish in baseball, - - - -[due to conclude this weekend. Kansas has 32 points--low total winning - in the all-sports!ieam rankings came Nebraska race and cannot finish Iowi921, Kansas 922. Missouri 923, enough in baseball to enable j Colorado 935. Kansas State 943 runnerup Nebraska, with 38, or and Iowa Slate 951 third-place Kansas State, 3814, __ to calch up. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. Nebraska is likely to finish! (AP) - Jim Kin;;, driving the higher than Kansas State in | King and Marshall dragster baseball and thereby claim sec-jfrom Warren, R.I., took the top ond. Trailing the leaders are purse of $2.000 Sunday in the top fourth straight championship in outdoor track, placing third in Gray, Kansas State, all 222, and Doug Tcwcll of OSU. 224. Behind OSU and OU in the Oklahoma 40M;, Missouri 46, Oklahoma State 49'.i, Iowa Stale 57 and Colorado 58',i. I fuel dragster elimination of the American Hot Rod Association's Grand American Nationals.' University of Northern Colorado record was 13-4. Bears took the RMAC tennisj The title hands down Friday and Saturday here Not one Bear lost in, the 2-day final records of the champs are Allen Keil, 13 ' 5 ' stcve Williams, 15-3; Clive Washburn, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Keil-Williams, event. CSC scored points to easily outdistance any competitor It was the seventh straight Djck Salznstci Grmi «; rag ginnles conference title won in tennisl Mo ^. e ; mc , def. Francis, | SCSC, 6-1, 6-2. Close Friends Keil, UNC, def. Brown, SCSC, AUGUSTA, Ga. AiP - In the last two Masters, Gene Littler UNC finished up the season;and Billy Casper finished three 6-3, 6-2. Williams, UNC, def. strom, Washburn, 6-4, 6-4. U N C , def. Johnson-Lewis, KSC, 6-0. 6-2. Salzenstein-Grant. UNC, def. Francis-Trujillo, SCSC, 6-3, 6-3. Final team standings: UNC 66«i. SCSC 34, Washburn 29%, Pittsburgh 28tt. Mobile Homes with a 4-8 record. Official Headquarters Equipment I strokes apart for 144 holes. Littler and Casper tied in the recent Masters, each with 279. 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