Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 33
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3-1 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 20, ]972 Tribune Scoreboard [ The Majors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B 3 0 1.000 - Montreal Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburgh New York St. Louis Los Angeles Houston San Diego San Francisco Cincinnati Atlanta West .Division .600 .500 .500 .333 .300 .667 .600 .600 .GOO .250 .167 1 I'/z 114 2 3 King-Berner Win Doubles In 1st Round TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) --.Baltimore Detroit Cleveland America's top-rated women's tennis player, Billie Jean King, and Vickie Berner of Canada]" 6 "' York overpowered Ceci Marline?; of Milwaukee - - - Boslon Wednesday's Results Philadelphia 1, SI. Louis 0 Los Angeles 4, Atlanta 0 Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 2 Houston 7, Cincinnati 5 San Diego 4, San Francisco 33 New York at Montreal, rain j Thursday's Games j Los Angeles (Osleen 0-0) all Atlanta (G. Slone 1-0), night. ' Chicago (Jenkins 0-1) at Pittsburgh (Ellis 0-1), night. San Francisco (McDowell 10) at San Diego (Arlin 0-1), night. Friday's Games Chicago at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night SI. Louis at Montreal, night Cincinnati al A t l a n t a , night San Diego at Los Angeles, night Houslon at San Francisco, nighl American League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 3 I 2 1 2 2 .IBears Coast |-To 8-0 Win TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Tulsa slarler Jim Bibby's wildness opened (he gale for Denver in the first inning and the Bears went on lo score five runs and coast to a 8-0 American Associ- jalion baseball viclory over Tul- jsa Wednesday njght. Denver righthander Ron Law set the Oilers down on two hits, both of them off the bat of shortstop Nick Kelleher. Law Boston 115, New York 109, struck out nine and walked only Pro Basketball Pro Basketball Playoffs By The Associated Press NBA Conference Finals Wednesday's Results Eastern Conference New York leads series, 2-1. Only game scheduled. Thursday's Games No games scheduled. Friday's Games Eastern Conference Boston at New York Only game scheduled. best-of-7 two in recording his first win of the season against no losses. Dave Moats opened the five|run Denver first with a single 'and Bibby Ihen hit bolh Tom Ragland and Ted Ford with 'pilched balls to load the bases. However, it appeared he had settled down when he struck out Don Castle and Jim Mason Book Tells Story of 'Dem Bums' By. ROBERT KIRSCH · aged. Robert Frost could corn-even knew; Carl Krskine who (C) 1972,Tht Lot Angtl« Tim«$ I see the boys of summer In their ruin .Lay the gold Hillings barren, Setting no store by harvest, freeze the soils. --Dylan Thomas again in season. The present is over-bearing. The past is misty, the mist takes all sharpness arid pain out of memory. Things look better, simplier, from the distance. It is easy to understand; youth is everything in America. pose with wit at 86; they wereplayed when every pitch was slumped in hitless decline at 35.a pain, now with his wife, at- to secktempting to bring up their thoughtmongoloid .son wild a courage settled on me like a headstone.never reported in headlines and If they were old, why then Icolumns; Carl Furillo, now a As the first longing Ihem . stirred, one was old'myself." will not disguise hard-hat' worker bathed insure}. If an error were wilhin my re-bitterness against the treatment . Sentiment and nostalgia are sponse. The book brought mehe received from organized lo tears more than once andbaseball; Hoy Campanella, I say that without embarras-quaclriplegic, fighting a battle sment. And to laughter and toto learn how to live in and not that quiet confrontation withmerely serve a sentence in his enemy time: we all grow oldwheelchair -- these arc the but somehow the thought ofstories of real men, beyond the them growing old,. limping,sporls pages and the bronzed playing billiards late at nightgloves and spikes, (he record But this is facile, the antici- in cheap hotels, of (heir dreamsbook and the yellowing clip- San Francisco and Mona Scliallau of Iowa City, Iowa, 61, 6-4 in the $18,000 Virginia Slims Conquisladores Women's Professional Tennis tournament matches. In the first round of the doubles matches Wednesday, Kerr y H a r r i s and Karen Krantzcke. both of Australia, defeated Joy and Jill Schwikert of Las Vegas, Nev., G-1, 6-1. The final doubles match on Wednesday saw Vicki Smousc of Arcadia, Calif, and Tucson's Marilyn fireenwood triumph over Cynthia Seiler of Australia and Janet Newberry of La Jolla, Calif., G-3, (i-4. In the singles matches, America's second-ralcd women's tennis player Itosemary Casals of San Francisco defeated Pam Tccgunrdcn of Los Angeles, fi-0, 6-3 lo move into, the Ihird round. Oakland West Division VA 2 2V4 .800 California 2 2 .500 1 Kansas Cily 3 3 .500 Hi Minnesota 2 2 .500 Chicago 2 3 .400 Texas 1 3 .250 Wednesday's Results Cleveland 3, Boslon 1 Mew York 3, Milwaukee 2 Chicago 2, Texns 1 Baltimore 5, Dclioil 2 Minnesota 12, California 3 Oakland 4-3, Kansas City 0-1 Thursday's Games Milwaukee (Parsons 1-0) at New York (Hinlon 0-0) Detroit (Tinimerman 0-0) at Baltimore (Dobson 1-0), nighl. Friday's Games B a l t i m o r e a t Cleveland, twilight New York at Boslon, nighl Dclrnil at Milwaukee, night California at Texas, nighl ABA Division Semifinals Wednesday's Results West Division Indiana 116, Ulah 111, .750 -- 'leads hest-of-7 series, 2-1. '/z Only game scheduled. Thursday's Games N'o games scheduled. Friday's Gomes No games scheduled. .6li7 .500 .500 .333 .250 *l !to bring up rookie leftfielder Bob Jones. Jones drew a walk to force in Moats for (he first .'run. Bill Madlock then ripped a 'sharp single to center to score Utah Ragland and Ford. Jones also scored when Tulsa center fielder George Kuque let the ball skip past him lo the wall for an error. Madlock had moved lo second on the misplay and: scored on a windblown single by Rick Kahey. pafed response. You won't find it in Roger Kahn's "The Boys o f . Summer," the work of a sporlswriler and a poet, a man who experienced the golden days of baseball, as an aspiring player, as a young reporter covering the Brooklyn Dodgers in the magic '50s, whose boyhood dream of being the scribe of that team of Reese and Robinson, Labine and Erskine, Cox and Roe -- came true in Ebbcts Field and Vero Beach. Jf this were merelv a of avocado farms and easy re-pings, tiremenls playing catch with So it is a book of life beyond their sons and grandsons a game, where we may marvel broken, of the altruism wcat Campy, "the vaulting human associated wilh the team thatspirit, imprisoned yet free, in broke the color barrier sup-the.noble wreckage of the afh- planled by calculation and Ihelete, in the dazzling palace of drive to win a pennanl, is anlhe man." arrow piercing illusion lo ils Teams have elicited passion and contempt, admiration and envy, but rarely in the hislory Jackie Robinson, the idol ofof American spoil has there hundreds of thousands of young been anylhing like the lure and people, caughl in the tragic mystique of the Brooklyn Dml-i death of his own son, who, - - - heart. The Present Brooklyn was a giant fan, I joined the underground of Dodger fans. It was the sign of an ineluc'lably romantic flaw. "Dem Bums" were always in the second division. Their games were comic if not ab- the capacity of professional players, the Dodgers committed if. 'Certain Something' But even then, before Durocher and Reese brought victory, before Robinson and Black and Snider transformed Ihe Bums, they had something. Kahn knew' it long before he was assigned by the Herald Tribune lo cover the team. : 'Baseball writers develop a great attachment for the Brooklyn club if long exposed,", said Stanley Woodward of the trans- pontine madness. "This was so in the days of Uncle Wilbevt Robinson and it is so now. We : ountl il advisable to shift Brooklyn writers frequently. If we hadn't, we would have had on our hands a member of the rather ji ujib \ \ e j e meieiv a remims-NV, ,, j . , , ; ' °-- -- V - cence of those days, it "·rildl he end ' he concctled ns "ardlywiih any sense of reality Little League Candidates Turned Away in Age Mixup Kansas Cily al Chicago, night Due In a misunderstanding of minimum age requirements, several boys wlio baseball this summer were turned away from registration at Heath Junior High last Saturday. A c c o r d i n g l o G a r y Novinger, vice president of the LI, National Division, some persons working Ihe registration thought a hoy had to ue nine years of age by August I of Ihis year before he could play. "But this is not so. A participant must be al leasl but not more than 13 years by Ihe same date," Novinger said. "We wish to apologize for the misunderstanding." Novinger asked that any child turned away ' lasl Saturday lo come lo this Saturday's registration and Ihe mistakes would be corrected. Registration will be from 9 Heath. noon at je something but the. book is much more -- an autobiogra- ihy, a Plutarch's lives of baseball, and most importantly an account of the laler reality. For he has gone from those boys of summer in Brooklyn, to the men of aulumn and winter they became. And because of this, his book is toughened and deepened beyond nostalgia and sentiment. It is an evocation of game and life, of celebrity and A presentation on the goals cf the program will he given Only a .decade had passed be-! f n | recreation fees will be col- tween the summer of Dodger Jecleu - obscurity, of youth and age. 'Only A Decade' Young America Baseball Meeting Set for May 22 Parents aiid bays interested in this year's Young America Baseball program are urged to attend the organizalional meeting at 7 p.m. May 22, in the Community Building. greatness, the team that broke segregation in baseball, that challenged the hegemony of the Yankees, that -called forth what Stanley Woodward, the great sports editor called the trans- pontine madness and its move o Los Angeles, its change of myths and heroes. And Kahn began lo consider the "Dodgers lot as baseball players but as baseball-playing m e n . . . n o t 10 years had passed, but already the boys of summer were Sponsored by the Greeley Recreation Division, the program is for the boys 7-12 years old in the area. The boys will be divided info age groups a n d play in neighborhood parks through the summer months. The program consists of the Rookie League for boys 7-8, the Minor League for boys 9-10, and the Major League for boys 11-12. No league standings nor team records are kepi, since Ihe program is based on the concept that competition al this age level should be limited. The only records kepi arc the scores of the teams playing the game and the amount of time each boy has played in Ihe game. Boys are taught Ihe fundamentals of several positions and are allowed lo play sev- i f , eral positions d u r i n,"g the !. games. The main objective is for boys madness seems lo baseball writers, no mailer how sensible they oul- wardly seem. You must walch a Brooklyn writer for symptoms and, before (hey become virulent shift him io the Yankees or lo tennis or golf." If I have given (he impression that this book simply contrasts past and present, is gentle wjlh the game and charitable wilh those involved, Ihen I have failed to evoke il. It is tough and will make some high in baseball unhappy. It does not spare (he fans, the Greek chorus of Ihis conlinuing drama. Behind sentiment there is toughness. Tells the Story Occasionally, the magic overwhelms. Perhaps Kahn is less than fair in represesling the image of the dying Herald Tribune, in a brief visit years after he had left, perhaps his prejudice against Walter O'Malley, his conlempt for Los Angeles, shows against the memory of games in Brooklyn. That is _ t . human. But for the most part, Sidney Wicks Named "-SS5 °K: ££ ss * people as they really were, to » j f| JL n | . f \f focus on lhe tra e«iy of kings A/riZl rcnnlfic* fT Yanv in loncly exile ' far from 1he ' » - ' / » f V W L / A I C L?f I CU/ cheers and boos of victory and {defeat, their hitting eyes dim- LOS ANGELES ( A P ) - Whatlwilh the Trail Blazers Wicks ^ "VL^ 'T^ "'T^ ",'" Sidney wants Sidnrv eoK nl i u , u i ' " IL1 "' ing in the day-to-day demands wonej wants, iidnc gels-dl- who nad helpe(i ucu w j n o[ m a k j n g a ]ivjng -^ ^.^ , ' , , ,,. . .... . , ,. three national collegiate cham-'families. A goal of Sidney Wicks First i · v,. ., ,, ... professional season was to be P Klnshl P s . s a «l I like win- sportsmanship is an imporl- ant part of the game. the number 1 rookie in the National Basketball Association. "I'm gratified," the fi-foot-9 forward for the Portland Trail Blazers said Wednesday, "In ning." Wicks scored 2,009 points and made (he Western All-Slar learn. What next? OM«IS saiu weunesnay, "to "Probablv to hear I've been named Rookie of:p r n T rin,W ,TM season season. ;p ro !^t ;,,, do j h a n , ast II removed some of (he frus-jlike (o improve i Iralion from a losing seasonistalislical categories.' 1 score, hut as the sweeper nears the final week, il is expected WEARY FACES -- There were all kinds of accomplishmcnls Saturday morning in Ihe cancer benefit jogging conlcsl. 'l\jm Slarr, former track slnr, won the distance competition by going 2'l miles. But Ihis gang of ytxingslers, calling Ilienisolvcs "Sam's Conditioning Spa Joggers," were champions in thi'ir own right. The mixture of glee and exhaust inn on their faces shows what they accomplished. (Tribune photo by Steve Bauer) Rent A Little CONVENIENCE Ford Pinlo RENT-A-CAR Greeley Leasing Co. at Garnsey Wheeler Ford 716 I l l h S t . Phone: 352-9)74 Also Available other 1972 Rentals: · Ford LTD ·Torino · Mustang ·Maverick 1972 1/2 Ton FIDO Pickup All Vehicles Equipped with Cruiseomatic Transmission and Power Steering Call For Our Low Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Weekend Special Rates. Bowling Maguire Keeps Lead In Cancer .Bowling Torn Maguire holds the lead through April in the "Bowl Down Cancer' benefit tournament wilh his 736 Lanes. is set for 6:45 p.m. at Bowlardo Olher names in the lop 25 of (he money winners -- , .. .,, _.,..,,,,,, ners are- thai dreeleys league howlers Leora Craven 636, Andy West will be trying to change lheJG75, Ken Larson 672 Georoe standings. jwolfe 6CC, Carl Hirsch 665, Ron The number of entries in IheiTrzeciak 663, Albert Larson 662 i tournament is nmv over 500,[Jeffrey Roifman 659, John' pushing the number of moneyjRupple 658, Ray Smith 657, Del- winners to 75. The winning mar McQueen C56, Gary'Bow- scores range from Maguire's 73B lo a six-way lie at 608. Currently in second is John Dolan wilh a 703 series. , The tournament is open lo cn- l| tries from league howlers Groeloy Ladies |At Columbine Bowl Top learn game: Ron's Husky! Mon. Afternoon Ladies j 2182 - ! Scratch Scores I Top women's series: Elnoraj Top team series: Frank's IKuckev -197; Velma Foshee 472; Seed Hatchery 1808 'Elizabclh Schneider 468. | Top W0 men's series: JoAnn Top learn game: Ron's HusyjSchuman 541; LcoJia Moser 511; 7C1. | Evelyn Heed 50«. Tup women's games: Velma! ' r °P team game: Frank's Foslicc IfW; Luclla Eyers 181;l See(l i- Mnlchery (Ml. Chris iMnfjiiiiKon 173. T"!' women's games: Evelyn Splits picked up: Alice Moffat| l i e p f l 211 -' Blossom Murray 198: man G47, Karl Kuck 645, Fred Morita 645, Donald Schmidt 640, Karl Kuck G40, Virginia Mizuno G39, Leonard Korgan 638, Moses Dominguez 638, Willla Anderson 637 and Rheiny Sigfried 637 M i l l i e Conrway 5-10; · Lillian McMillan 3-7; lna Conaway 3-10: Francos Triipp 3-10; Lydia Slroh 2-10; Elnora Kueker 3-10 Velma Foshee 2-7: Dorothy Grosskopf 3-1-7-10. At Bowlorado Lanes Friday Night Mixed Top team series: Ley Trucking 2358; Grcelcy Meal Co. 2257. Sharlane Moser 188. Splits picked up: Lillian McMillan 4-10: Donna Wilson 2-7; I/)is Todd 5-6; Uona Moser 310; Lois Todd 3-fi, 7-10. At Classic Lams Clastic Mixed Scratch Scores Top team scries: Kiley Cleaners 2045. Top men's scries: Orvillei Top men's series: De'^Kif 5,, Plli ' """'^ ^ TM 5BI; Jim McKinzi, 559; Fred Klouda 553. Top women's series: Mary Evcnson 530; Ginny Foos 483; Elsie Markley 468. ' Tnp team game: Kiley Cleaners 787. Top men's games: Gene Evcnson 215; Don Foos 211- Fred Klouda 210. Top women's games: Mary] Evenson 205; Ginny Foos 184; Arlene Van Driet 181. ·Tractors ·Plows · Discs ALLIS- CHALAAER5 ·Tractors · Plows ·Discs · Combines We Are Now LEASING Tractors and Plows 1338 East 18th St. Phone 352-9493 BACK PACKERS "It's The Small Things In Life .." Top women's series: Mary BarnhaH 497; Margaret Hunter |48I; Jessie Morey 45fl. Top team game; Ley Truck- 'ing B07; Grcelcy Meal 783. 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