Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 18, 1970 · Page 26
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Page 26 (JREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., May 18, 1970 Varsity Blanks Alums, 27-0 By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sports Writer : The University of Northern Colorado football Bears looked just like a 10-0 team should Saturday as they trounced the Alumni 27-0 before a Jackson Field crowd of 1575. The UN'C defense looked superb as they held the Alums in check and racked up 306 of- but futile attack as they hit hard Ml gave away to the finesse of back Barry Vacant! fensively. The Varsity, using starters and subs alike, put together 191 yards rushing and 115 passing to lead the way to victory. Varsity quarterback George Kaplan started the game off period for the Varsity second with a fine passing attack as he score. Also in the second period, tOF?.ed for 70 yards, scoring once and rushing for 12 yards with a touchdown. Kaplan was injured in the second quarter and didn't see any action the second half. Stubborn Attack The Alums put up a stubborn National eight on a pitch from quartcr- the Bears. The Alums were iurt by a lack of passing. Out of 14 attempted passes, three were intercepted and the rest went for only 70 yards. Of the four Varsity touchdowns, two were via the air and two on the ground. Freshman Dave Gibson opened the scoring in the second quarter with a 39 yard pass from Murray Kula on pass from Murray Kula on a a pitch-out fro Kaplan. 'Barry West snagged a 16-yard toss from Kaplan in the second Kaplan, after a drive from (he Varsity 44, pushed across from the 2-yard line for the Grizzly third score. The final Varsity scoring came early in the third quarter as newcomer Clarence Jones, a transfere, scampered from the JOTWJ Looks Good All-in-all, Jones led the Bear Varsity in rushing with 60 yards in eight carries. He showed fine speed and maneuverability in .he game. Greg Kucera rushed for 47 marks for the Bears. Mike Woolford led the Alumns in rushing with 65-yards. Jim Sanger passed for 48. Kaplan, despite his injury, lossed for 70 yards, and fill-in Vacant! threw for minus seven. Dave Pedersen, a defensive back, came in during the late It was a rough game as sev- sral scuffles broke out on the ield. At one time, officials had o eject Almu Louie Straight and Varsity gridder Tom Dougherty from the game for fighting. The Varsity defensive line, ike last fall, hit hard and forced he Alumni into many offensive mistakes. THE YARDSTICK A UNC First downs 11 17 Rushing . 5 8 Passing _ 3 5 Penalty goings at quarterback and threw for 13 yards, completing two of three passes. Freshmen Dave Gibson John Zubrigcn, sophomores next fall, looked good. Gibson'caughl four passes for 56 yards and Zurbrigen rushed for 20 yard! in four carries. Reds Sweep Braves Twice; Aaron Raps 3,000th Hit By HAL BOCK Associated Lress Sports Writer Atlanta's Hank Aaron has shaken his shadow but unfortunately for the Braves, the Cin cinnati R»ds seem intent on losing their tail, too. Aaron cracked the cherished 3,000-hit plateau Sunday, slrok-l ing a run-scoring single for the historic blow and following that with his 570th career homer against the Reds in the second Net yards gained Rushing Passing Yards lost and Plays Rushes Passes Completed Intercepted by Punts Average Fumbles Lost . 3 . 226 . 122 _ 71 _ 33 _ 63 _ 49 _ 14 _ 5 - 3 _ 5 .33.8 _ 4 Penalties 306 191 115 30 60 42 18 9 0 5 23.8 2 0 14 130 _.. 2 ._ 6 Yards penalized 57 UNC INDIVIDUAL Rushing Player No. Yds. Kaplan .. definite mistake for the Braves, Jim Merritt had stopped At lanta on seven hits in the opener, becoming the first eight game winner in the majors this year. Pete Rose and Tony Perez cracked homers to make Mer- The Majors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 17 15 .581 . 18 16 .529 -16 16 .500 1 16 20 .444 3 13 21 .382 5 Zurbrigen . Pierson Clark Jones Vacant! Kucera · Pedersen Sharp Collins Chicago New York . St. Louis ... Pittsburgh Phila'phia . Montreal .. game of a doubleheader. All lhat was very nice forj" 1 ^ 'ask easier. Aaron and Stan Musial, the lastj Then, affer squandering an man to reach 3,000 hits, who | early lead built on Aaron's hit- Passing was following Hank to make a j ling in Ihe nightcap, the Braves j player No. C formal presentation of the his-j scored three runs in the top ofiKaplan -- 9 5 toric ball. Now Musial can go;Ihe 10th with the help of errorsJKula 1 1 home to St. Louis. But the'by Darrel Chancy and Perez.jvacanti 4 1 Braves spoiled the parly by for-1 But the Reds struck right back,|p e d e rsen 3 2 getting to win either game of j tying the score on consecutive : sharp 1 0 6 17 19 17 58 19 47 -6 13 1 I Yds. the doubleheader. Cincinnati's 5-1, 7-6 sweep en- the Reds to open a fat 1' 21 364 5%' six -g a me bulge in the National .· r "i».i»°ii League's West Division race. Today's Baseball West Division League's And the frustrated Braves, who picked up only two games on The Dodgers took over second' place on Claude Osteen's four-|p| er U . 4 , U . - l . U _ - 4 41-- ,-.._,,(,. ^^ Ihe Reds while winning 11 straight earlier this month, slipped to third place, seven lengths behind. I hitler which beat the Giants. Elsewhere in the National LA bunched six runs in the League Sunday, Montreal out- fifth inning and ripped 15 hits, lasted Pittsburgh 8-7, Los An-| geles blanked San Francisco 8-0, St. Louis edged Chicago 4-3 and San Diego dropped Houston 5-3. New York at Philadelphia was rained out. Baltimore at Washington, Detroit at New York and Cleveland at Boslon all were rained out. Musial was assigned to follow I breaking Cincinnati .... 27 10 .730 -Los Angeles 20 15 .571 6 Atlanta 19 16 .543 7 Houston 18 19 .486 9 San Fran 18 20 .474 SVz San Diego 17 22 .436 11 Saturday's Results Chicago 3. St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 2, Atlanta 0 Pittsburgh 4, Montreal 3 New York G, Philadelphia 0 San Francisco 5, Los Ang'es 4 Houston 9, San Diego 7 Sunday's Results ' - · Los Angeles 8, San Fran. 0 Ssn Diego 5, Houston 3 Cincinnati 5-7, Atlanta 1-6, 2nd game 15 innings St. Louis 4, Chicago 3 Montreal 8, Pttsburgh 7 New York at Pliiladedphia, rain Today's Games New York (Gentry 4-1) Montreal (Stoneman 1-li) Philadelphia (Bunnin-4) at Pittsburgh (Moose 2-3), N Chicago (Hands 5-2) at Cin-, cinnati (Washburn 0-0 or Gullett! president of the Braves, pre- 1-0), N St. Louis (Gibson 2-2) at Houston (Dierker 7-2), N Los Angeles (Vance 3-1) at San Diegn (Cnnmbs 3-2). N · Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York at Montreal, N Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N Chicago at Cincinnati, N St. Louis at Houston, N Los Angeles at San Diego, N Atlanta at San Francisco, N homers by Johnny Bench and; Lee May. , It stayed 6-6 until the 15th! Pla y? r 70 39 -7 13 0 Receiving No. Yds. when reliever Don Gullett poked a game-winning single, scoring Dave Concepcion who had singled and moved up on a sacrifice. Zubrigen Gibson _ Shields West Lauhead _ - 15 56 35 16 Punts No. Ave. B . 5 33.8 0 Punt Returns Five Dodgers had two hits;Player apiece including Bill Grabarke--Pierson witz, who hiked his average to; .420, and Maury Wills, who also Player stole three bases and went 11- Periersen for-19 in the four-game series Kula against the Giants. Bobby Wine and Mack Jones cracked sixth-inning a tie and homers moving Interceptions No. Yds. 2 25 No. Yds. 32 HERE COMES THE TRAIN -- The Alumni linemen look like monsters to little UNC running back Ron Collins in the fourth quarter of Saturday night's Alumni fooball game. They slopped him for only a yard gain but they couldn't stop the overall team effort of the varsity. The UNC regulars bounced the Alumns 27-0 to end off a successful spring workout. Big number 71 is former CSC lineman Larry Lane. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle). Arizona Sweeps 3 From ASU By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALUMNI INDIVIDUAL Rushing Player No. Yds. iiiuaidi wda daaigiieu lu iuiiu\v "· v,u.i.,. b .. ....- «.,« *.. v .... 0 . Aaron until the 3,000-mark was|Montreal past Pittsburgh. Rustyj"ooiiora sached-s job that didn't take'Staub also homered for the Ex- John hanger .. . . . J . . . . . . . i i i . _ i n i i i.-p lim Qannor long. After going hitless in the first game against the Reds. Aaron's RBI-single in the first inning of the nightcap made him all the ninth major j reach 3,000. leaguer to The game was held up for a formal ceremony in which Musial and William Bartholomay. sented Aaron with the historic ball. Then play was resumed--a He Never Misses AP -- Jerry pos, who blew a 4-0 lead before bouncing back. Vic Davalillo's pinch triple tied the game and moments later a pinch single by Leron Lee Jim Sanger Cullen ..._ 11 2 3 0 has Stale mil of a to delcnri its UTEP Wins WAC Track Title SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP)'Lorcnzo Allen, BYU's Chris Ce- surarbv!- Depth-powerful Texas-El Pa-llion, Arizona State's Barn,' Shep, S , e nv=, TM scored in ,-11 but one nvcnljard and UTEP's_Scott English, Hockey Player In Satisfactory Condition Sun. 5 3 7 Millwood Erlich _ , MONTREAL (AP) -- Michel ,'i"jand piled up 80 points in nearjclcarcd 6-11, but Lundms-rk won Briere, 20-year-old rookie center 0 |. I sweeps of four for a lopsidedlwilh fewest misses. w j(h the Pittsburgh Penguins of victory in the Western Athletic! And Dave Hindley won the the National Hockey League, re- Conference track and field three-mile run and the steeple- mained uncoscious bul in "sat,,,1,. , n c n !''championships Saturday. jchase. iisfaclorv" condition in a hospi- rAsfwe^kenTdd i u M l r u i ^ Texans wra . ppcd u p "' C! The oulv event in which UTEPital Sunday night following brain JjS^rVttcSMh^fe^ ?W2?t ^S.I" W '" sco '' c was the i"^""^ 65 legiale baseball title. 51 The Wildcats, needing to lake . scored Davalillo with the win-| pi ' toek 10 4 3 Conference Southern 19'baseball crown. 14 Division .-champion Brigham Young Um-' . wni] MmTO g ' condition Saturday immediately ning run as the Cardinals' topped Chicago. iPlayer Passing No. Ferguson Jenkins was riding'-'Jim Sanger .. a 3-2 lead into the seventh when Brunelli Joe Torre opened with a single. Two outs later, Davalillo tripled Player 9 Receiving I Yds. 0 48 3 Northern Division champion- imill( , 2 4, Utah 16 and Colorado ship bv belting Colorado Stalo'siale 4 . three iimcs. The WAC playoff; UTEP and BYU each won Torre home with the tying runjJohn Sanger and then Lee delivered another,Collcn hit for the winner. | Becking Ivan Murrell smashed UireeiWoolford . | will be at Provo, Utah, Friday eight events .! and Saturday in a best-oMlirce-; Bm the ma .this year s . l h o " nl - v y clllUT Ithe DENVER Hendren of Idaho, leading|hjt S| ~ driving in three runs andl collegiate pass receiver last Cnris Cannizzaro and Steve'Player season who has been signed by the Denver Broncos, started every game for his high school and university football teams -52 straight. American League East Division Baltimore .. New York .. Detroit ._ Boston Wash'n Cleveland W. L. 24 9 . 19 16 15 16 Pet. G.B. .727 -.543 6 .484 .469 .394 LONDON -- Bournemouth is Britain's healthiest town. American 8 .379 West Division Minnesota .... 22 10 .688 -California ... 23 12 .657 *t Oakland .... 18 18 .500 6 Chicago . . 15 1!) .441 8 Kansas City 13 21 .382 10 Milwaukee . . 1 1 23 .324 12 Saturday's Results New York 7. Detroit 4 Boston 6, Cleveland 2 Chicago 6, Kansas City 1 Minnesota 11, Milwaukee 7 Oakland 11, California 3 Baltimore 4, Washington 3 Sunday's Results Huntz tagged homers leadinglAsbury San Diego over Houston. j Joe Pepitone and Joe Morgan;Player homered for the Astros but RonjRicci . Herbel choked off a late Hous-j ton threat, earning his sixth j Player save and protecting Mike Cor-'Holmes . kins' third straight victory. 'Wick .. . Punts No. Ave B . . 5 33.8 0 Punt Returns No. Yds. No. Yds 2 ' s |series. I 17| 1 Steams met for the conference'points in 1 l i t i t l u , w i t h Rrigham Yuung gain-; Bn.uhai | ing an upset victory. margin rcallv came in ; i l V l l i l c TM»- shot pill, discus,' 100-yard w "- vnc Jcnwn I'AC title. |day. event nol won Hospital authorities said he 5P or BYU was had shown some improvement and there were no complications of Wyoming although they did not know Twuw years ago Ihe same two,dash and 220. UTEP scored 80 those events alone. Bri.uham Young never scored That:j n aiiv of them. found f: l i t t l e extra in the final when he would come out of Ihc 30 \anls to edge defending coma he has been in since the '·hampimi. and WAC record hnlrt- accident, .er, Church LaBeiu at Ihe tape. Briore's 12 goals and 32 as- Kickoff Returns about;heave. His teammates, Fred De j Arizona's triple The Bariiardi placed second in the! discus; placed Keough, Booker Spark Royals to Twin Sweep No. Yds. wildcats captured decisive 7-3,'shot and third in the 2 61.4-0 and 9-3 decisions. j while John Birkelbach 2 22' Wildcat pitcher M i c k c y; fifth in each. " 10'Hara hurled a brilliant one -; Led by llsrringlon Jackson, hitler in the second game, fac--ihe Texans had a first a second "raves, became the nmtli play-jSchinkrl with 45. The rookie ing just. 28 batters. Catcher Jer-la tie for fourth and a sixth in :cr '!' ma J n _ r J_ ea £ ue . h ! slor - v Darkled five goals and three as- ! spol in the Stanley Cup tor the , first time in their three-year ·N'HL history. ! Briere finished third in team By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' sco ,. inR hehind ve | C rans Dean BATTJNG--Hank A a r o n. Prentice with 51 points and Ken The Stars ,ry Manila hit a single for the iSun Devils but was later erased Breach the 3,000-hit plateau anil sisls in the playoffs. the 100-yard dash, and first, sec-. ond and fifth in the 220. Jackson' latcr cracked his 570lh career! By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Joe Keough and Jim Rooker put a double whammy on the Chicago White Sox and the power of Kansas City's extra-inning magic increased twofold. Keough stroked three singles and a lie-breaking lOth-inning double in the first game and Rooker, a swinging pitcher, drove in five runs with a pair of Kansas City 3-8, Chicago 2-4, doubles in the 11-inning. night- 1st gme 10 innings; 2nd game cap as the Royals swept a Sunday doubleheader from Ihe White Sox, 3-2 and 8-4. The sweep gave Kansas City, 13 21 over-all, a 7-0 mark in ex- [he nightcap when Rnoker's Iwo-run double in the lllh snapped a 4-4 deadlock and Pat 11 innings Minnesota 6, Milwaukee 1 Detroit at New York 2, rain Cleveland at Boslon, rain at Washington, rain|tra-inning games. California 7-5, Oakland 1-6, In the only other American 2nd game 10 innings Today's Games Minnesota (Kaat 4-1) at Kan-six-hit pitching of Jim Perry sas City I Butler 2-2), N jnnd Oakland divided a double- California (Messersmilh 4-3) at Chicago (Wynne 0-1), N Cleveland (Moore 3-2) Washington (Brunei 2-4), N Baltimore (Cuellar 4-2) header with California, 'taking the nightcap 6-5 on a bases-load^d walk in the 10th inninR afler j bowing 7-1 in the first game, at. Rain washed out the Balli- al Wood was the victim agaiti| Perry gave up a second inningi 0 pencr and Steve Easton threw on a double play. won Ihe 100 in 9.36 seconds and-" 0 TM 1 ' bul couldn I prevent At-. BOSTON l A P ) - The Boslon Brigham Young dropped Colo- the 220 in 20.68 seconds. Clyde 11 'TM 1 " from absn TM ln K 5-1, and 7-.Patriots of the National Football rado State by score of 5-fl, 8-5 Glosson was second in cachi 6 lnsses m n doubleheader,League have announced the and 5-2. Brail Meyring fired a l e v n n l . Jackson raid Glossonj ; 'g ;linsl Cincinnati. |signing of another rookie, Mich- llhrcc-hil shutout in the scries;teamed with Mike Fray - whoi_ P'TCHING-Claudc Oslcen.'jjan Fullback Game Craw, who a two-run run, then breezed past one-hitler in Ihe final tilt. Brewers for his sixth victory ini Wyoming kept the pressure on also scored in both dashes--and ! ^ n( 'B pl ' s limited San Francisco:was a 1-tth-rnimd draft choice, sprinter-hurdler Paul Gibson, toi' n f° u1 ' lu ' s . shutting out the! Craw will be Icsled bolh as win the 440-yard relay in WACJ Gianls as Los Angeles look over running back, a tight end and eiehi "decisions" an'd"the"Twins : itlio Cougars to the 'end" bv|meet"rccord" time" o?39.36 'sec-Veond place in" Ihc National-linebacker. Ho was rated an eigiu ana , . . th| . pc _ g . lmc _ s( ,,. i( , s ! nm | s Am , Rihson ww , |hc 12n .iLeague's West Division. ioutslanding blocker for Michi- firsl complete game since ApriljSwncpinR a ~~ when he went the routelwith Utah. The Cowboysiyard high hurdles in 13.6 seconds! against Detroil. [finished a strong second in Ihc ' division with a 12 - 6 The Twins exploded for runs in Ihe sixth, knocking oiit| mark ils compared M i l w a u k e e starter Lewi' 1 '":" 1 - ,, . New York (Peterson 4-2), N 'more-Washington and Cleve- Detroit (Niekro 3-31 at Boston!land-Boston games and Ihe De- (Siebcrt 3-1), N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland at Seattle, N troit-New York Yankees double- Kelly followed homer. Rooker went the route, yielding nine hits, to square his pitching record at 2-2, and delivered three runs in the second inning with a bases-loaded double. The former outfielder finished the game with a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand. "He didn't want to come out, and we're so crippled up I didn't wanl to take him out," said Royals Manager Charlie Melro. "At no time would I even think of sending a pinch hitler up for him." "He's a strong boy and knows! Oakland scored three runs in'ba.s-eball fan in Albuquerque, what to do with a bat," added the eighth inning of Ihe nightcap 1 H(,' S watched all bul three of pilching coach Bob Lemon, whO|on homers by Felipe Alou andith,, professional games played also swung a potent bat in hisiSal Bando to tie the Angels.jj n Albuquerque since organized playing days with Cleveland. ihcn pushed over the winning.baseball slarled in 11)32. Ed Herrmann poled two horn-Tim in the 10th when reliever' 1 SHiiilman, who servos as ers--the only hits off Dick Dra-jGreg Garrett. issued four walks.Assistant, scorer for home go in the seven innings heilhe last one to Bert. Campaneris^ames of the Texas League to lie the conference record. Other UTEP winners were; ( to BYU's Kerry Ellison -- who won the! i 880-yard run in one minule, 48.81 New Mexico gained a second.seconds to tie the meet record' second baseman John Kennedy im ''»'ls, t"'o games behind Ari- hifihlighled the sixth inning-TM 1 TM- burst. ! The victory, coupled with Cal- 1 Plaque for Proof ifornia's split, gave Ihe Twins aj AI;BU Q[| K , ? Q UK n . nl . A | _ gan's Big Ten champions. ew Fiat 850 lison when he pulled up, f.-ppar-i one-half game lead over the An-| Herm . in Schulman ' has becn gels in the AL West. Isinglcld out as the cully from a pulled muscle, in the 'last 70 yards. And BYU had apparently won the mile relay when Ralph Mann overtook tlTP^P's anchor man, Fernando DcLaCerda, on the final turn. header. In the opener at Chicago, Amos Oiis led off the 10th with a Minnesota at Kansas City. N|double, took third on a throwing California at Chicago, N , error by Syd O'Brien and trot- worked--to -jive Ihe White Sox a 2-1 lead in the opener. But Keough singled in the ninth and out single hy Ed Kirkpatrick. with Ihe bases full. (Albuquerque Dodgers, recently Roger Repoz knocked in four' accepted a plague in honor of runs with a pair of doubles, pac-jfans who made a new $1.4 One But BYU ws-s disqualified because the first runner ran out of- his lane. j BYU had its share of heroes. Mann won the 440-yard dashj in 4(i.5:i and the 440-yard intcr-j mediate hurdles in 50.68. Pcrtti Pousi won bolh the long jump and triple jump and thus became the first WAC athlete to, win any event -- let slonc two Reading led to right: a snappy fastback rear-chop with a gas-saving rear eriRine that moves those superb Italian lines out front. Inside, everything you expccl in a sports car from dash tachometer to adjustable buckets and full synchromesh stick shift Plus the luxury of full carpeting and vinyl interior. Hakes you wonder... tallied Ihe tying run on a two- j n g California's first-game as-!million multipurpose sault and helping Clyde Wright possible. Winning pitcher Al Fitzmor- bring his pilching record to 5-2. Cleveland at Washington. N lied home with the winning run.ris, taking over for Drago in Ihe|Wright blanked the A's in Baltimore at New York, N !.in Kenngh's double off knuckle-: eighth, limited Ihe Sox to one h i l j n i n t h . when he · needed u n t i l lhe|7nheaded fillers--George-- Detroit at Boston, N i bailor Wilbur Wnod. the rest of the way. i help from Ken Talinn. relief! SINGAPORE -- Singapore is 'short of obstetricians. . . . four straight years. sladiiimj Allli Alarolu pole vaulted 16 [feet 8 a .i inches for a meet re- ord. Ken l.tindmark won the high!2733 8th Ave jump with a 6 feet 11 inch leap. Four others, including Arizona's 1 . HOW DOES FIAT DO IT FOR THE PRICE? EHRL1CH MOTOR CO. 353-5333

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