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Keberlein Wins Two Events Wed., May 20, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pajf« IT Central, West Dominate Weld County JV Meet By JIM EAKLE Tribune Sport* Writer Even though team points weren't kept, it was quite evident that Greeley West and Greeley Central dominated the annual Weld County. JV Invitational at District Six track Tuesday evening. West had seven first-placers and Central had six in the competition. The Cats also tied for one trophy. Herman Wins 880 One junior high boy, Jeff Herman of Heath, put in a sparkling performance to win the 880-yard run. He had a 2:05.3 time for his efforts. The closest competition of the day occurred in the 100-yard dash where three sprinters tied for first. Mark Case of Cenl-il, N. L. Murphy of John Evans and Jim Page of Roosevelt, all tied with a time of 10.6. There was also a three-way tie for fourth in the hotly contested race. Keb«rlein Wins Two The only double-winner of the event was Kevin Keberlein of West in the pole vault and the long jump. The Central relay squads won both the 880 and the mile. Mark Case of Greeley Central Members of the 880 were Mark THREE-WAY TIE was one of three tracksters that won the 100-yard dash Tuesday at the annual Weld County JV Meet. He tied with N. L. Murphy of Heath and Jim Page of Roosevelt. The trio logged (lie 100 in 10.6. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Cain, Fred Flateland, Wes Krause and Case. The mile team included David Ramos, Bob Cowles, Randy Adamson, and Cain. Cowles also won the 440-yard dash. Krause won the discus and Case the 220. The meet is scheduled every year for ninth, tenth and eleventh graders that don't qualify for the state meet in Boulder. The state competition will be in Boulder. The results: 100-yard dash: I, Case, GC, Murphy, JE, Page, R. 4, Cain, GC, Corkran, GW, Ferror, GC. T: 10.06. 220-yard dash: 1, Case, GC. 2, Murphy, JE. 3, Page, R. 4, Corkran, GW. 5, Miller, R. T: 23.7. 440-yard dash: 1, Cowles, GC. 2, Craigmile, JE. 3, Wiedeman, GW. 4, Wallace, GW. 5, Schmidle, JE. T: 54.0. 880-yard run: 1, Herman, Heath. 2, Adamson, GC. 3, Jenkins, V. 4, Metcalf, W. 5, Gentle, GW. T: 2:05.3. Mile run: 1, Wallace, GW. 2, Ramos, GC. 3, Hildenbrandt, V. 4, Derrington, GC. 5, Gunby, JE. T: 4.54.5. 2-mile run: 1, Lavato, GW. 2, Weber, GC. 3, Clift, JE. 4, Martinez, R. 5, Lujan, W. Ti 10.59.1. 880-yard relay: 1, Central. 2, Roosevelt. 3, John Evans. 4, Greeley West. 5, Heath, T: 1:37.8. Mile relay: 1, Central. 2, Heath. 3, West. 4, Roosevelt. 5, Valley. T: 3:40.1. 120-yard high hurdles: 1, Madden, QW. 2, Chapman, R. 3, Gorman, GC. 4, Johnson, JE. 5, Walker, GW. 2: 15.9. 180-yard low hurdles: 1, Gorman, GC. 2, Mejia, JE. 3, Warehime, GW. 4, Gilsdort. 5, tie between Madden, GW, and Stephens, JE. T: 22.9. Pole vault: 1, Keberlein, GW. 2, Hoist, Heath. 3, Roukema, UHS. 4, tie between Hergert, V, and Beechman, Heath, Lindschmidt, W. H: 10 ft. 6 in. High jump: 1, Hardesty, R. 2, Rogers, Heath. 3, tie between Keberlein, GW, Smith, GW, Chapman. H: 5 ft. 6 in. Long jump: 1, Keberlein, GW. 2, Case, GC. 3, Luft, V. 4, Hoist, Heath. 5,' Overbeck, GC. D: 19 ft. 1% in. Triple jump: 1, Powell, GW. 2, Nelson, R. 3, Krause, GC. 4, Gustafson, UHS. 5, Gorman, GC. D: 39 ft. Shot put: 1, Overbeck, GW. 2, Flateland, GC. 3, Heine, GC. 4, Monsees, GW. 5, Doll, GC. D: 44. ft. 2 in. Discus: 1, Krause, GC. 2, Flateland, GC. 3, Vaughn, GW. 4, Overbeck, GW. 5, Davis, Heath. Dt 139 ft. 4'/a in. NECK AND NECK - Mike Madden, left, of Greeley West and Douglas Stephens of John Evans battle it out near the finish line in the second heat of the low hurdles Tuesday. Madden won the heat, but the two ended up In a tie for fourth hi the championship run. The action was part of the Weld County JV track meet in Greeley. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Legion-Elks Team Sets 27-Game Baseball Slate C o a c h Wednesday Richard announced Rangel a 27- game schedule for the Greeley American Legion-Elks A-team with the season to get under way June 7. The Greeley Legion-Elks will Play a d o u b l e h e a d e r a t 14 against Loveland. Other teams in District 3 are Longmont, Boulder slid Fort Collins. The Legion-Elks schedule: June 7 L-E at Brighton, two games, 1 and 3 p.m. June 10 Aurora at L-E, 8 p.m. June 12 Laramie at L-E, 8 p.m. June 14 Loveland at L-E, 8 p.m., District 3 game. ! June 17 Brighton at L-E, 8i p.m. June 21 L-E at Longmont, 8 p.m., District 3 game. June 24 Denver Northside at L-E, 8 p m . June 26 Aurora at L-E, 8 p.m. June 27 L-E at Denver Northside, 1 p.m. begin .dlslricl competition June 1 July 1 Brighton at L-E, 8 p.m. game 1 p.m. is hopeful the to Brighton, High School Brighton, first Coach Rangel Greeley team can avenge Greeley Centrals' loss 2-0, in Hie Slain AAA quarterfinals last weekend. Most of the Legion-Elks personnel will be from the Greeley Central team that compiled a 17-1-1 prep record. The defending District 3 champion Greeley team will July 8 L-E at Boulder, 8 p.m., District 3 game. July 10-12 L-E at Longmont Invitational tournament. July 15 Sterling at L-E, 8 p.m. July 17 Longmont at L-E, 8 p.m. District 3 game. July 18 L-E at Aurora, two games, 1 and 3 p.m. July 24 L-E at Sterling, 8 p.m. July 26 L-E at Fort Collins, |8 p.m., District 3 game. July 31 Boulder at L-E, 8 p.m., District 3 game. Aug. 1 L-E at Laramie, two games, 1 and 3 p.m. Aug. 2 L-E at Loveland, 8 p.m., District 3 game. Aug. 9 Fort Coliins at L-E, 8 p.m., District 3 game. Brown's 53 Propels Pacers Past Los Anaeles f 142-120 By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer ANAHEIM (API--Coach Bob Leonard of the Indiana Pacers predicted early in the season that Roger Brown would score 50 to CO points in a game. What a time he picked to do it. The 5." poinls by the C-foot-5 forward on Tuesday night propelled his club to a 142-120 victory over the Ixis Angeles Stars Angeh have to guard him. If he hits from the outside like he did in this game, we can't play him loosely as we did in the opening three games of the se- Los Angeles stayed with the Pacers until the score stood 8583 with 4:50 remaining in the third period. By then the lead had changed hands 11 times. Then Brown bombed in a 26- footer and Indiana went on a and a commanding three- Tn outscored thc stars gamcs-tn-nne lead in their 0 5,, ,,,,,, ;,,,,,. ,, , na . 0 d i n!) rf intr, American Basketball Association title series. Now the Pacers need just one more victory to take the championship. They get their chance on their home court Saturday afternoon before a national television audience. Brown's total set an ABA playoff record, one point more than Washington's Rick Barry scored against Denver in their opening set. Brown hit 18 field goals, three of them from the three-point area 25 feet beyond the basket. He also hit 14 of 16 free throws, grabbed 13 rebounds and contributed six assists. Despite his phenomenal shooting, Brown drew (lie most plaudits from Leonard for his defense. "He was all over the court tonight." Stars Coach Bill Sharman declared, "Brown was just great. If he's not already a super star, he's the closest thing to it." Towering Craig Raymond, the Slurs' 7-foot center, commented, "I don't envy the forwards who Guaranteed Watch Repairing 6.50 denning, OilinR and Adjusting _..-- Westview Watch Shop In Gilbert's Pharmacy 2424 10th St. 23-11 and look a 108-94 lead into the fourth quarter. Indiana had six men in double figures with Bob Netoh'cky's 18 points following Brown. Freddie Lewis had 17, Bill Keller 16, Mel Daniels with 14 and a dozen rebounds, and Art Becker 11. Andy Anderson led the Stars with 20 and six others on the losing club were in double figures. Raymond and George Stone each collected 19. Going back to Indianapolis, By TOM SALADINO Associated Press Sports Writer Two hours of surgery was necessary last June to put Chris Short back together again, exactly the same amount of time it took the slick Philadelphia a row from Dallas and four in a row from Denver and it's not unprecedented." Leonard said he made no spe- "We just got it together. Our defense just fell apart in Cockfight Haul FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) State police made one of their largest raiding hauls in years while a cockfight at nearby Versailles. They arrested and charged 110 persons, a number of women. including Agricultural a u t h o r i t i e s estimate that up to $100 million in crops may be lost to birds in the United States each year. The federal Aviation authority ween birds and plaoes about ?10 million annually. cost 24-HOUR SERVICE ON RUBBER STAMPS Bring your order in by 4 p.m. -- Pick up your rubber btamps the following morning! THE GREELEY TRIBUNE Phone 352-0211 that third game and I told them to just go out and play." Both clubs showed the effect of three games in as nights although neither made much of a point The playoff battle drew a crowd of 7,027 to the Anaheim Convention Center, the largest throng to see a Stars "home" games this season. many coach of it. American Carew's Hustle Nets Twins 7th Straight Victory, 5-4 By OICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer With Rod Carew in perpetual motion and Tommy Harper back on the run., the Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers are making rapid progress at opposite ends o£ the American League West. Carew, the league's hottest hitler, beat out a bunt in the 10th inning Tuesday night and, | moments later, sprinted home on a wild pitch to give the division-leading Twins a 5-4 nod over Kansas City. The Twins' sixth straight victory kept them one-half game ahead of the second place Cali- "ornia Angels, who trimmed the Chicago White Sox 3-0 on Rudy May's two-hitter. Harper, Milwaukee's 19G9 base-stealing king, returned From a two-game injury layoff single, two doubles and his third homer as the Brewers subdued the A's behind left-hander John to rip four hits, including ajjammed !efi''thumb"'cracked"a tome run, and pick up his 17lh q j n p|p nvn rlnnhlp* anrl hk tliirrl theft as the Brewers beat Oakland fi-3. Their seventh triumph in 10., ;ames, coupled with Kansas'! City's first loss in eight extra-inning contests, brought the last-; place Brewers within half a length of the Royals. Elsewhere, Baltimore's East Division leaders downed the HEATH WINS 880 - Jeff Herman of Heath Junior High shows the winning form that netted him a victory in the 880 Tuesday in the annual running of the Weld County JV Meet at District 6 Track. He logged the distance in a time of 2:05.3. He was the only junior high boy In outright win an event Tuesday. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) National Short Hurls Phillies Out Of 10-Game Losing Spin Sha^mln commented; "It'wm^thpaw^o operate^ Pitt- be tough but we won three in burgh and get the Phillies in working order again. Both operations were successful--the first, last June 13 was needed to remove a herniated throwing went right where I wanted it to go." Short got all the support he needed in the opening inning when Deron Johnson drove in John Briggs with a single. The Phils added a run in the second as Larry Bowa reached first on a forceout, stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch by loser Dock Ellis, 2-4, and stole home. The Mcts cracked five home runs, a pair by Tonnnie Agec and one apiece from Ron Swo- cial defensive changes after los- disc from Short's back-- and the ine 109-106 Monday night, add- latest, performed Tuesday b TM a . cl e°n Jones and Don 6 ....... -- ji--- ..!_,.. 1. _ . . _ _ . , , , _ _ ,,,_:,_ ------ night, helped the Phils snap a 10-game losing string. The strapping 6-foot-4, 215- aounder limited the powerful Pirates to four scattered hits while walking none and striking out 10 in the Phils' 2-0 triumph. In other NL action, New York socked Montreal 7-4, Cincinnati downed Chicago 3-1, St. Louis trounced Houston 12-2, Los An- routed San Diego 8-3 and Atlanta downed San Francisco 4-2. In the American League, Milwaukee drilled Oakland 6-3, Minnesota nipped Kansas City o notes that'c'oinsions bet: M in 10 innings California · blanked Chicago 3-0, Baltimore drubbed New York 5-1 and Boston edged Detroit 54. The 33-year-old Short, a 20- game winner in 1966, captured 19 games in 1968 before suffering the painful back injury which sidelined the 10-year vet- finger, limited the Giants to five hits and was backed by an eight-hit Braves attack on loser Juan Marichal, 1-2. Atlanta exploded for four consecutive hits off thc Giants' right-hander in the fourth inning keyed by Mike Lum's two-run double, and an RBI single by Clete Boyer. Rico Carty cracked his ninth homer of the season for the Braves in the ninth. Clendcnnon in slamming the Expos and gaining a virtual first-place tie with the Cubs in the NL East. Chicago is ahead Bears Sell 2 DENVER (AP)-The Denver Bears of the American Association baseball circuit said Tuesday that two players have been of New York by one percentage sold to International League point. ' ' Montreal added a pair of homers to the slugfest, a two-run shot by Adolfo Phillips and a solo blast by John Bocabclla. Bernie Carbo's seventh inning two-run triple followed by Tommy Helms' single gave (he Reds te 'TM , for Denver. J . " " 13 i i l i n . . r * U i . « l . V clubs. Outfielder Dick Smith, who has been baiting .261, was sold to Buffalo where he played last season when Buffalo was Washington Senators farm club. all the runs they needed against the Cubs. Gary Nolan, 6-2, scattered five hits but needed relief help in the eighth. Richie Allen slammed his 13th homer of the season--a three- run belt--which capped a six- run outburst in the fourth inning as the Cards routed Houston behind the five-hit hurling of rookie right-hander Santiago Guzman. Bill Sudakis cracked a three- run homer and Wcs Parker Pitcher Chuck Kuhn, who had 10 won-lost record for the Bears but showed a 6.43 earned run average in relief, was sold to Toledo. . , . . . . . , . . i uii mimci aiiu t f t a i ji iwi ' mnmgS las '!drove in two runs with a double, backing the eight-hit hitching of A two-lime All-Star, Short has Don Sutton, 6-4, in the Dodgers won 119 contests in his major, easy victory over the Padres, league career and is now 3-4 for i van Murrell and Nate Colbert the season. "I had a bettor fastball tonight than I can remember," Short said. "Everything I was drilled homers for San Diego. Milt Pappas, making his first Up, Up and Away DENVER (API-Frontier Airlines flew 14 per cenl more paid passenger miles in April lhan during the same period a year ago, officials reported. Total revenue mileage in April was nearly 7!) million miles, compared with 69.2 million miles in April 1969. A revenue passenger mile is one paying passen ger flown one mile. The length of the average passenger's trip on Frontier was Oliva, moved to third on a long fly out and then tallied the winning run when Burgmeier, recalled from thn minors earlier in the day, uncorked a wild pitch. The Twins had tied the game on Cesar Tovar's run-scoring single in the ninth. Bob Oliver drove in all the Royals' runs with a first inning homer and eighth inning single. May gave up a second inning single by Ken Berry and then held the While Sox 'hitless until the ninth, when Walt Williams singled. The Angels' soulhpaw struck out 10 and retired 19 straight batters in one stretch on the way to his third victory in five decisions. Roger Repoz drove in two California runs with a homer and double. Harper, who had missed two games against. Minnesota with Morris. Harper, who scored twice, paces the AL in doubles, with 12, and stolen bases. Jim Palmer stopped the Yankees on four hits while Frank Robinson and Boog Powell each knocked in two runs for Baltimore. Robinson drilled two doubles and a single, raising his av. erage to .395, and Powell contributed a single and his llth homer. Tony Conigliaro's third hit, a bases-loaded single off the left Field wall in the ninth, carried the Red Sox past the Tigers, who have dropped six in a row. Carl Yaslrzemski homered for the winners and Norm Cash smacked a two-run homer for Detroit. Washington managed just three hits against the Indians, but one of them was a three-run homer by Ed Stroud, enabling Joe Coleman to beat Barry Moore in a tight mound duel. Coleman held the Indians hitless over the last six innings, finishing with a five-hitler. The Majors By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League East Division W. L. Pet. GB New York Yankees 5-1; Boston! Ba 'timore 2r 10 shaded Detroit 5-4 and Washington topped Cleveland 3-1. In the National League, the Vew York Mets slugged Montreal 7-4; Louis battered Houston 12-3; Cincinnati defeated the Chicago Cubs 3-1; Philadelphia blanked Pittsburgh 2-0; Los Angeles pounded San Diego 8-3 and Atlanla tipped San Francisco 4-2. Carew, the defending AL baiting champ, went into Tuesday night's game on a 15-for-23 tear which had hiked his average to .419--tops in Ihe majors. "If I can bunt for a hit now and then, I don't see why I shouldn't," he had said the pre-, vious night after Cleclingi three hits, including a bunt single, against the Royals. "As long as I can lay the ball down I'll keep doing it." The swift second baseman did just thai in the 10th againsl Kansas City reliever Tom Burgmeier after going O-for-3 in regulation play. He outlegged a bunt toward third, look second New York 20 17 Boston _.. Detroit .... Ifi 17 15 17 Washington ._ 15 20 Cleveland .. 11 20 .714 .541 .485 .4B9 .429 .355 814 10 12 West Division Minnesota 24 10 .706 -California 25 12 .B7« v a .4BB 7'.4 .417 10 .301 12 .343 12 is Oakland 18 19 Chicago .... 15 21 Kansas City _.. 13 23 Milwaukee .... 12 23 on another safe bunt by Tony Tuesday's Results Baltimore 5, New York 1 Washington 3, Cleveland 1 Boston 5, Detroit 4 California 3, Chicago 0 Milwaukee 6, Oakland 3 Minnesota 5, Kansas City 4, 10 innings Today's Games Oakland (Dobson 3-4) at Milwaukee (Lockwood 0-0), N Minnesota (Boswell 1-5) at Kansas City (Johnson 1-1), N California (Murphy 4-3) at Chicago (John 3-6) Baltimore (Phoebus 3-1) at Detroit (Lolieh 4-4), N Boston (Siebort 3-1) at Cleveland (McDowell 5-3), N Broncos Sign Charley Gogolak DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos said today they liave. signed Charley Gogolak, a kicking specialist, as a free agent for the coming National Football League season. Gogolak was released last season by the Washington Redskins who had made him their No. 1 draft choice in 1966. That year he scored 105 poinls. Gogolak, a graduate of Prince- 'on, will compete with Bobby Howfield and three rookies for the top kicking spol with the Broncos. Sport Notes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS night Washington (Bosman 3-3) at New York (Bahnscn 3-3), N Thursday's Games Baltimore at. Detroit, 2, Iwi- SEATTLE (AP) - Bob Boozer, veteran forward of the Seat- Lie SuperSonics of the National Basketball Association, has applied with several others'In purchase Radio Station KOZN in Boston at Cleveland, N Washington at New York, Only games scheduled. Washington now is the parent Omaha, Neb. The group includes St. Lniiis'iChicago Cardinal hasehnll slar Bob Gib-|New York son. Both live in Omaha. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Racing Commission Montreal Tuesday approved a medication rule apparently unique in American horse trainers or National League East Division W. L. Pet. 18 If. .529 1!) 17 .528 SI.. Ixillis 17 17 .500 Pittsburgh 17 21 .447 Philadelpria _ 14 22 .389 13 22 .371 racing, owners to give horses a pain-reliever before West Division Cincinnati . ... 28 11 allowing Los Angeles ... 22 15 Atlanta 20 16 Houston 19 20 18 21 17 24 .718 .595 .556 .487 .462 .415 GB 5 6% 9 10 12 407 miles in April, compared 50 micrograms per millimeter appearance since being side- with an average of 379 miles a of nrin in any post-race sam lined April 21 with a fractured year ago, The medication is phenylbuta- San Diego me, or "bute," which has] Tuesday's Results Cincinnati 3, Chicago 1 New Ynrk 7. Montreal 4 Philndelphia 2, Pittsburgh 0 St. Louis 12, Houston 3 Atlanla 4. San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 8, San Diego 3 Today's Games New Ynrk (Scavcr 7-1) at Montreal (Morton 3-1), N pie." " Philadelphia (Wise 2-2) at caused controversy in many I racing centers. It is neither a drug or a narcotic. The rule provides that the medication "may he given not later than 24 hours before first post -- and ihc totals shall be Pittsburgh (Veale 2-4), N St. Louis (Torrez 3-3) at Houston (Wilson 1-0), N Los Angeles (Foster 24) at San Diego (Roberts 3-2), N Atlanta (Nash 5-1) at San Francisco (Perry 5-4) Only games scheduled. Thursday's Games Pittsburgh at Montreal, N St. Louis at Philadelphia, N Cincinnati at Houston, N Atlanta al Los Ango.Ics, N Only games scheduled. RATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Louisiana Slate University said Tuesday it signed Collis femble of Kenlwood, La., to a basketball scholarship--the first Negro ever to play basketball at LSU. Temble, 6-foot-8, 215 pounds, averaged 18 points and 20 rebounds during his senior year at Kenlwood High. He also lettered in football and track. Fishing Latest Fishing Information rnm ARGENT PORT HOP TTTTT1 1008 8th Ave. Ph. 353-4567

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