Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 4, 1976 · Page 35
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Dorothy Hamill seeks world title Thura.,Marck4,1171 GREELEV (Ctto.) TRIBUNE GOTEBORG,Sweden (API- Olympic ggld medalist Dorothy Hamill of Riverside, Conn., began her quest for the ladies' world figure skating championship today, while Britain's John Curry, also a gold medalist at Innsbruck last month, battled East, Germany's Jan Hoffmann and' ..Vladimir .Kovalev of the Soviet Union for the men's title. T)ie Soviet pair of Irina Rod- nina and her husband, Alexander Zaitsev, captured their fourth world title Wednesday, winning by a wide margin over East Germany's Homy Kermer and Rolf Oesterreich. The bronze medal went to Russia's Irina Vorobyeva and Alexander Vlasov. Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, the Los Angeles teenagers, missed their chance lor a medal when Miss Babilonia took two spills. They finished in fifth place, Just as they did in the'Winter Olympics at Innsbruck. Miss Hamill was attempting to wrestle the world title from defending champion Dlanne de Leeuw, who lives in Los Angeles but represents The Netherlands. The ladies' opening compulsory figures began today's program. The men's title was to be decided with tonight's free skating. Kovalev held on to his lead over the favored Curry after Wednesday's program. Hoffmann, the 1974 world champion, closed in on the two leaders while Canada's artistic Toller Cranston, who won the short program, did not improve his position enough to be a serious contender for the gold medal. Cranston is in the battle for a medal, however. Both Curry and Cranston excel in free skating. Curry missed a jump in the short program, while Kovalev omitted a triple jump. Hoffman was faultless in his program and was well ahead of Dave Santee of Oak Park, III., who was in fourth place. Terry Kubickt of Long Beach, Calif., America's top free skater, was seventh, behind surprisingly strong Mlnoru Sano of Japan. In the ice dancing, five-time world champions and recent Olympic champions, Ludmila Pakhomova and Alexander Gorshkov of the Soviet Union, were well ahead. But Americans Colleen O'Connor and Jim MilltiS of Colorado Springs, Colo., were contesting with Russian and East German pairs for the silver and bronze medals. The ice dancers were to complete their compulsory dances today. Miss Babilonia fell on her back when she landed backwards after a double axel jump and also went down on the pair's final spiral. But she and Gardner still received 5.6s scores from the judges for technical merit and slightly less for artistic impression. "It was too bad we had those misses as the program went well otherwise," Gardner Mid. "But the judges still g»ve us pretty good marks and we are gunning for the top honors within four years time." The other American pair, Alice Cook and William Fauver of Cleveland, finished ninth, two places higher than at Innsbruck. City extends registration for boys, girls gymnastics The Greeley Recreation Department has extended the registration on its boys and girls gymnastics class through next Friday, March 12. The cliii will last for eight weeks, and registration is now being taken daily at the Community Building, 701 10th Ave. The class is for all skill level youngsters aged five and older. Classes for boys and girls aged five through seven will be held from 4-5 p.m. every Wednesday and Thursday. Classes for those aged eight through lowillstartat 8a.m. on Saturdays, while classes for 10- 12year olds will start at 10 a.m. Classes for 13-year-olds and older will start at 11 a.m. Saturday. Instruction will be included in the parallel bars, uneven parallel bars, trampoline, horse, still rings, horizontal bars, free exercise and basic tumbling. Registration is taken between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. BOXING BENEFIT MARCH 19, 1976 HEAVYWEIGHT FOES -- Bob Ray, left, and Al Salamanca will meet in a three-round boxing exhibition to highlight the second an- nual Greeley Sertoma-Boys' Benefit to be held March 19. by Randy Bangert) Club Boxing (Tribune photo Salamanca-Roy featured in boxing benefit (/JVC baseball slate features doubleheaders Heavyweights Al Salamanca of Evans and Greeley attorney Bob Ray will meet in a three- round boxing exhibition highlighting the second annual Sertoma-Boys 1 Club Boxing Benefit scheduled lor March 19 in Gunter Hall. The two heavyweights will box for three rounds following ten matches between the best of Boys' Ciub boxers from northern Colorado and Wyoming. The boxing will start at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds from the evening By'iJNC NEWS SERVICE Eleven doubleheaders highlight the 1976 University of Northern Colorado baseball schedule announced this week by athletic director Joe Lindahl. The Bears will play 36 games during the season. . UNC, which went 22-15 last season, opens play March 1G, in Phoenix, Ariz., with a split doubleheader against Grand Canyon and Northern Arizona. The two teams then meet UNC again, the following day. After that, the Bears travel to Las'" Vegas'. Nev., to play Nevada-Las Vegas in a single encounter March 21. The Bears return home March 27 to open a 16-game home season. UNC plays Wyoming to begin an eight- ga'Bio home stand. report A Bailn 67 depth. 3 new srww, powder, packed powder. Arapahoc Easl closed. Aspen Highlands 11 depth, 7 new snow. powder, packed powder. Aspen Mounta'n 83 dcptn, 5 nrw snow, powder, packed powder. Buttermilk 45 (tepth, 4 new snow, powder i packed powder. dprepacked powder. DreckcnrkJgc 51 dcnlh, 3 new snow, powder, packed powder. Ski Broadmoor U dppih, 5 new trow, packed powder. Topper Mountain 59 dcolh, 3 new srvoiv, pcv.dcr, packed powder. Crested Butte W dep!h, 3 new snow, powder, packed powder. Elrtora J5 depth. 4 r.tv. snow, powder, packPd powder. Geneva Basin 67 depth. 5 new snow, powder. Hidden Valley 50 depth. B new snow. powder, packed powder. Ski IrJIewile 41 depth, 1 new snow, pow der. packed powder. Keystone 59 depth, 3 new snow, powder, packed powder. Loveiand Basin M depth. » new snow, powder, packed powder AAtyiarch 7T depth, 6 new snow, powder, packed powder. Powderhorn 48 depth, new snow, now der, packed powder. Purgatory W depth, ! new snow, now der,'parked powder. Sharktooth open weekends. Steamboat 5' depth, l new snow, packed powder. Sunlight 44 depth. 11 new snow, powder. Tellurlde 78 depth. 4 new snow, powder, packed powder. Vail « depth, J rev.- incw. powder, packtd powder. Winter Park 44 depth, J new mow, pow der, packed powder. wolf Creek 153 depth, 3 new snow, now- iw, packer! powder. Mary Jane fil depth. ?'·.- new snow, powder, packed powder. Weekend Areas Bcr'tnoud Pass 60 depth. 10 new snow, powder, packed powder. Skl.-Cooper ft? depth, 5 rew snow, pow drr. packed powder. Loveiand Valley 54 depth, 4 new snow, powder, packed powder Besides competing for the major independent's "at large" berth in the NCAA District 7 playoffs, Hay 21-22, UNC will also .try for ils sixth and final Great Plains Athletic Conference title. The Bears, who withdraw from the GHAC at the end of the current academic year, compete with Southern Colorado in a best-of-four series for the Western spot in (he GPAC tournament. UNC BASEBALL SCHEDULE U76 March 16 - UNC at Grand Canyon, 10 a.m.; Northern Arizona (at Phoenix) 1 p.m. March 17 - UNC at Grand Canyon, 10 a.m.; Northern Arizona (at Phoenix) t p.m. March 21 - UNC at University of Nevada - Las Vegas 10 a.m. March 27 - Wyoming (2) at UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. March 30 -- Colorado State (21 a( UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. April 3 -- Southern Colorado (2) at UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. April 6 -- Colorado State (2) al UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. April 11 - UNC at Southern Colorado (2), Pueblo, 1 p.m. April 13 -- UNC al Denver University, 3 p.m. April 16 - UNC al Creighton University (2), Omaha, Neb., 1 p.m. April 17 -- UNC at Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., 1 p.m. April 20 ·- Denver at UNC, Jackson Field, 3 p.m. April 22 - UNC at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 3 p.m. April 23 - UNC at Air Force Academy, 3 p.m. April 24 -- Air Force Academy (2) at UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. April 27 - UNC at Colorado State (2), Fort Collins, 1:30 p.m. April 30 - May 1 - GPAC Playoffs. May 4 - UNC at Wyoming (2), Laramie, Wyo., i'p.m. May 7 - UNC at Denver University, 3 p.m. May 8 -- Colorado College at UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. May 10 - Utah (2) at UNC, Jackson Field, 1 p.m. May n - Denver at UNC, Jackson Field, 3 p.m. May 14 - Air Force at UNC, Jackson Field, 3 p.m. May 15 - UNC at Air Force (2), 1 p.m. city scores MM'iMthctfaril Bouncrn 43, Rocky Mountain 3*. Brfllce · -- n~,m-*r* w Hh is point*, while Tornmrrup pic«d Rocky Mountain Bearing with 16 potais. Our Savtori 10, Pint Awmbly 71. Fisher Kored seven poitils to lead O/r Saviors, while Sommcrs hM seven points for mWy- Hillside Bapliit », Montort Pack a. Skelf, Baumgwlntr and Kalllna each had 11 poinlj for Hillside Bepllst, while Qchoa was top scorer Kir Monujrt Pack with 71 points. Monforl ol Colorado SI, La Satle Pacers 35. Dennlson scored 10 points lo lead Mentor) of Colorado, while Fisher led La Salic Pacers wltn 10 points. Our Savlgrs Lutheran United BankotGrci'ley Wliards First Assembly MonbrtPack Village Im Bouncers Won fort of Colorado Rocky Mln. Searing LaSallePacrrs lea Bill RuiMll Civilian John Evans wrestlers place in tourney RotoRoolcr Law Equipment Bargelt'i Itnovts Wemtn'i Rtcrtilton Pint o) Gr«elty Mttf i Ctm^lllv* Miller Peedlot DJ.JLIVMIOCK SttwirlTftfe Cunningham Conslr. Auto Supply King Lumber FlrenouscReitBurwil Wilt ChMiMrlitn Dlvlilan Turn Columbia Savings FtorkHShotl Ms. Pauls Booth 4 Son* K B, J Sal« Citirens Slate college HMdhunierj Greeley Electric Wicker Gehrlng Shune Brothers Big "G's" 1 5 W L Bob Ct f Division Holmans Dairy J 8. H Electric K Bar Corlei Sliver l Turce. Firslol Greeley IMP Farmers National Cllcrcit Greeley Plumb. Heat. Cows Body Shop Independent Pooling OlvcDtBuuclMTtDMiltr Team Consumers Oil D J Livestock Scott Realty ' Drill wood Reid Construction United B»nk NHPQ Evans Furniture Gold ericken Oscar Rotwrlwn Dlvltlon Team AlkaHall Circle J Greeley Lino Tile Northwest Mutual Dckalb Ag re search Oysters M^rjoy Distributing tab PetlH Division Team Law Equipment Mountain Bell Farmhand Moose Lodge MiliertKug suckers City Bunch John Evans Junior High had four invitational champions and placed fourth at an eight grade wrestling tournament at Eaton Monday. Hol Eaton won the tournament. Fort Morgan placed second and Heath Junior High was third, in the 25-weight competition. Dean School! of John Evans dccisioned Joe Medina of Eaton 1,9-5, to win the 97-pound class. Teammate Ed Foster captured of boxing will go to (he Boys' Club and to the Speech and Hearing Projects of the Greeley Sertoma Club. Also appearing at the boxing matches will be Denver Broncos Lyle Alzado, Paul Smith, Mike Current and Jim Turner. Ron Lyle, Denver's professional heavyweight, appeared last year and will appear this year if his schedule permits. Salamanca, 24, is a native of Platteville and boxes with the Gateway Boxing Club. Weighing in at 220 pounds, Salamanca has won two of his first three amateur fights under the tutelage of trainer and coach Gino Segura. "His fast hands and boxing skill show great promise in the amateur ranks," Segura said. Ray, 35, will be lighter at 190 pounds but has more boxing experience. He began boxing in high school, reaching the state quarterfinals his junior year and taking second place in his senior season. Ray fought as an amateur during a four-year stint in the Air Force, and defeated the Texas state heavyweight champion in i960. At Eastern Michigan University, Ray took second place in the national wrestling tournament and was named an ail-American. The former assistant District Attorney for Weld County is a graduate of the University of Colorado and resides in Greeley. Tickets for the event can be obtained at Otis Brothers, Greeley Athletic Spa, Conditioning Spa, Jones Co., Frcesc Engineering, Greeley Boys' Club and the Chamber of Commerce. UNC women slate six home contests the 100-pound title with a first period pin over Larry Barker of Platteville. John Evans two other champions were Bruce Stedwell at 120 and Steve Adair at 135. Stedwell decisioned Jeff Kroskob of Fort Morgan, 6-4. Adair downed Craig Smith of Heath, 4-0, in overtime. The Patriots also had a runnerup (Jim Troudt at 104), four third-place finishers and a fourth-place finisher. By the UNC News Service Six home games highlight the nine-date 1970 University of Northern Colorado women's varsity Softball schedule announced this week by athletic director Rosemary Fri The Bears, coached by Gloria Rodriqucz, play their first Intermountain Conference game in Ft. Collins against Colorado State April 16. Three to five non-conference games will be scheduled. UNC returns home April 17 to face Wyoming. The Bears take to the road for a three-game trip in Utah April 23-24. There they face Utah State, Weber State and Utah. Regular season play ends wilh four straight home games. The Bears host New Mexico Slate and Arifona Slate April 30 April 23 - UNC at Utah State, Provo, Utah, time undecided. April 23 - UNC at Weber Slate, Logan Utah, time undecided. April 24 - UNC at Utah, Salt Lake City, litiii), time undecided. April 27 - UNC at Wyoming. Laramie, Wyo., 6:30 p m. April 30 - New Mexico State at UNC, 12 noon. 1976 WOMEN'S SOFTBALL A P ril 30 ~ Arizona Slale al April 7 - Colorado State at UNC ' 4:3 ° Pm UNC, 4 p.m. May 1 - Colorado at UNC, 10 April 8 - UNC at Colorado, a.m. B ApriM6 4 -' UNC at Colorado m * ' " Arizona al UNC ' 3 State, Fort Collins, time un- p ' ra ' decided. May 6-8 - UNC at 1AIAW April 17 - Wyoming al UNC. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT, ? n m Sail Uke City. Utah and Arizona and Colorado May I. UNC travels to Salt Lake City, Ulah, May 6-8 for the I n t e r m o u n t a i n Regional Tournament. The Bears placed fifth in the Women's College World Series last season and have qualified for the World Series I he past five years. That tourney is set for May 13-16, in Omaha. scores Oillrgp Basketball Results By L'nltcd Press International Midwest Ball'St. 76 Cent. Mich. 03 Bowling Green 45 Kent SI. 4.1 Cent. SI. «2 Findlay 5fi Cleve St. 88 Yngstown St. Bfi E. 111. 53 Tcnn.-Chatt. 50 Franklin 75 Manchester 57 III. Wesleyan 80 Quincy 04 Iowa St. 62 Oklahoma 57 Missouri 81 Kansas SI. 72 Nebraska r2 Kansas 58 No. Illinois 87 E. Mich. 70 Purdue 94 Iowa 78 Toledo 87 Ohio U. 72 W. Michigan 73 Miami 0. 58 Wis.-Prksde 81 Eau Claire 71 Sillilmr*l Ariz. St. 93 Loyola Tal «1 West Colorado SB Okla. SI 83, ol Lange- Devil Ski Boots Reg. $140.00 SALE $ Colorado mtn sports Greeley Mall-356-7873 Estes Park 586-2829 Help Yourself. Bonanza introduces the Free salad bar. Nobody makes a salad better than you, and we know it. So from now on when you order one of oui'delicious dinners, you'll just help yourself to all the salad you want The great fixin's are there: lettuce, tomatoes, onions, Baco" bits, croutons, and your choice of dressings. So, come to Bonanza, and come hungry, ij Sit-down meals at take-out prices 2707 23rd Avenue Greeley, Colorado Phone: 356-2422

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