Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 22, 1972 · Page 18
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) Sat., April 22, 1972 Phoenix Falls To Portland InWHLPlay PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - The Portland Buckaroos look a one- game edge in the Western Hockey League Patrick Cup Playoffs Friday nighl by edging Phoenix 3-2 in overtime. The two teams resume action tonight in Portland in the besl- of-seven series. The Bucks led the competition 3-2 Art Jones fired a shot off Phoenix goalie Marv Edwards' chest at 2:31 of the extra period to put the puck in the net for Use victory. Jones got off the only Portland shot of the period on a breaking play with teammate Barry Ixing. The contest was the third overtime match of the series and (he second won by Portland in sudden death. Portland took a first period lead when Andy Hebenton and Bill Saunders put the puck into (he net within 26 seconds of each other. Phoenix lied the score in (he third on shots by Kerry Bond and Andy Hinse. Cloverleaf FRIDAY'S RACES 1, D's Frien 10.80, 4.40, 4.40; Runynn Rita 6.60, 140; D's Mr. Sam 4.80. Quiniela Time 31,28, (1-2) 28.20. 2, Ritch 9.80, 6.80, 7.00; Chad Mar fi.20, 3.00; Runyon's Scamp 5.40. Quiniela ( M ) 34.00. Time 31.44. Daily Double (2-4) 65.00. 3, Miss Balmain 10.40, 4.00, 2.80; Yamin 4.00, 3.20; Jerry W. 3,20. Quiniela (5-8) 15.20. Time 39.75. 4, Drago 13.60, 5.00, 3.20; Runyon Ginger 4.80, 2.60; L. L.'s Dinty 2.40. Quiniela (6-8) 28.20. Time 31.57. 5, Dreamlike 7.liO, 4.00, 3.60; Great Shadow 4.20, 3.00; Split Tongue 3.00. Quiniela (2-7) 10.60. Time 39.70. 6, II. L.'s Flash 10.60, 3.40, 3.00; Pelluso 3.60, 2.60; Ed's Harmony 4.40. Quiniela (4-7) 11.80. Time 31.87. 7, New Set 4.60. 3.20, 2.60; Merly K Vale 4.00, 3.20; II. U's Lorie 3.20. Quiniela (1-8) 13.80. Time 39.51. 8, D's Mr. Ike 7.00, 3.80, 3.00; MAY MOBBED -- Spartan teammates mob Grceley West ace lefthander Doug May after pitching a victory over Groeley Central in a key doubleheadcr Tuesday. West. American League Roundup won bolh games fo lake a two-game lead in Northern standings. (Tribune p h o t o by Marc Newton) Texas Wins Home Opener Tribune Sports Pages Marcus Newton, Editor; Steve Bauer, Assistant ig Brawl Mars Victory Knicks Rout Celts, 116-98 By BERT ROSENTHAL Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Boston Coach Tom Heinsohn has issued a warning to the New York Knicks. "Wait until they come up to our court Sunday afternoon," said the angry Heinsohn Friday night after the Knicks had mauled the Celtics 11C-98 in their fight-marred National Basketball Association playoff game at Madison Square Garden. The victory, the Knicks' third in four games in the best-of- seven Kaslern Conference final series, was enlivened by a brawl with 1:25 remaining in the nationally televised contest. It erupted with the Knicks leading 114-35 and reserves playing out the closing minutes. Luther Rackley, New York's 6-fool-10 second-string center, had just lost the ball to Boston's 6-1 Art Williams before the scuffle started in the Celtics' forecourt, Williams attempted to gel oft a shot, when the frustrated Rackley apparently threw an elbow at him, which Williams said he didn't see. "The other guy (Williams' teammate Steve Kubcrski) thought Rackley hit me." Rackley and 'the 6-8 Kuherski started flailing al each other, ami the Boston forward even. tually wound up pounding his Knick opponent with a series of | punches. Boston's Rex Morgan appar- entry tried to separate the fighlers, but was grabbed by New York's Charlie Paulk. Paulk held Morgan by the top of his uniform, before Morgan broke away. However, before he could assume his role of peacemaker, Paulk and he were going at each other. "He thought I kicked Rackley, but I didn't," said Morgan. "The next thing you know we ended up in the corner." When referees M e n d y Rudolph and Jake O'Donnell, with the help of Garden police, had restored order, Kuberski and Rackley were ejected. But their disagreement apparently was not over. The still-furious Rackley followed Kuberski into the Boston dressing room. Fortunately, captain Willis Reed of the Knicks stayed right with Rackley. "If they had stayed by themselves, there would have been blood all over the place," said Reed, who has not played since November because of an injured knee. "A couple of seconds more and they might have hooked up again. I told Luke, 'Let's go.' I had him by the arm." "I was just sitting in here and I was going to get a beer," said Kuberski, whose bruised right arm was being wrapped in a bandage. "I went over to get the beer, came back and he's right next to me. Then Willis came and got him." Ironically, Kuberski and Rackley had been good friends. They had spent about six weeks together on a USD tour of Japan during the off-season. National League Action Pirates Rally, Nip Phils in 10th By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer School is in around the. National I-eague. Now pay attention students. Lesson No. 1 is that when you hit a baseball and think yon can make second base on it, make sure you touch (irst base lout Chicago 2-0, Cincinnati shaded Atlanta 4-1, Los Angeles whacked San Diego 12-2 and Houston dumped San Francisco too. Thai Clines. means you, Gene 7-3. The Pirates bounced from behind to beat the Phillies, tying the score on a run with two out in the ninth inning when pinch hitter Manny Seguille singled j a n d scored on Gene Alley's Lesson No. 2 is when the olh-,double, and then winning if " i n er pitcher is on the ropes and you come up with three men on base not once, not twice, hut three times, make sure you get the 10th on a leadoff man, Vic Davalillo's home r u n . Until the n i n t h , the Phils had protected a 2-1 lead built on a somebody home. Are you lislen-jpair of early homers by Tim i n g , . R i c k Wise? Pittsburgh's Clines made boo By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Tlic eyes of Texas were upon them and the major league's newest baseball team found it very nice to be home on the range. "I t h i n k we've found a home," said Texas Ranger Grand Gem 27.40, fi.20;' Dick Owner Bob Short after his clui: Hall fi.20. Quiniela (4-8) 129.80. macfe n successful debut in Arington, Tex., with a 7-G victory over the California Angels Friday night. Not only was it successful, it vns also spectacular. Some real-life' Rangers showed up, (layers saddled cowboy hats on heir heads before the game ·mil the mod $650,000 scoreboard flashed "Howdy" to ihe Time 31.39. 9, Zing Yet 22.60, 13.40, 8.80; Shy Iconise 9.GO, 5.80; Sam Strawberry 8.40. Quiniela (5-8) 50.40. Time 31.00. 10, Ixive Potion 4.60, 3.60, 3.40; Muscatel 3.80, 2.80; Tall Tree 4.GI). Quiniela Time 31.27. (4-5) 15.20. 11, Runyon Streak fi.80, 2.60, 2.60; Little Dee Dee 3.20, 2.80; Insurance Plus fl.GO. Qniniela (27) 9.GO. Time 39.05. Twin Quin - (4-5 2-7) $71.40, 467 W i n n e r s ; Handle -830; Atlandance -7,618. ?34H,- Heath Third In Triangular Track Meet FORT COLLINS -- Heath trackmen finished third in a j u n i o r high triangular meet al Poudrc High School againsl Ulevins and Lincoln Junior Highs. Team scores were HIevins 76',i, Lincoln 43 and Heath 31 li. Heath had two first places. Harvey Shoop look first place in the mile run with a time of 5:10.0. Wayne G o r m a n look first in Ihe triple j u m p with leap of 37 feet 2'/i inches. crowd of 20,105 al Turnpike Stadium. Frank Howard christened Ihc lace svilh a mammoth firsl-in- ling home run into t h e newly- constructed cenlcrfield bleachers. The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Cleveland I n d i a n s G-0 and the Boston Hed Sox topped | he New York Yankees 5-1 in Ihe other American 1-caguc james. Rain washed out two crai- lesls--Detroit al Milwaukee and Kansas City at Chicago. "(Ted) Williams had me move up in the box and il helps when side," I bat from said Handle, Ihc right a switch- ager Earl Weaver. "We'll have 20-game winners going every day until we run into doubleheaders. It'll be lough lo hit is." Rookie Carllon Fisk tripled and scored Boston's w i n n i n g run on Tommy Harper's sev- ^V^ u nn:?5i B A^JSJ. heRed h i t l e r who had two hits baiting rijjIU-liamlcd and one from the left side. 'Ilio Angels fell short by one run aflcr scoring twice in Ihc r i g h l h i n n i n g son scored on an error and Art Kiisnyor came home on Sandy Alomar's single. Hong Powell's grand slam liomc run climaxed a five-run Hallimore rally in the ninth inning as the Oriulcx slopped Cleveland on Dave McNally's three-hiltcr. "The only way we won't win t h e pennant breaks arms, a leg said if somebody or we get sore liallimorc Man- The Hed Sox grabbed an early lead, scoring Iwo runs each in Ihc second and (bird innings on jusl four singles as the Yankees m n d e some key errors. New York, whicii scored a run in the first on Ron Blomberg's single, added two more in the f i f l h on Bobby Murcer's firsl home run of the year and a n o t h e r in the eighth on a pinch single by John Ellis. KID No. 1. and it cost Ihe Pi- ·ales a run and almost a ball game Friday night. But Ihe vorld champions rallied for a 3-2 victory over Philadelphia in 10 innings. Wise, one of the best hitting pitchers in baseball, committed mistake No. 2, lying a National ^eaguc record by leaving nine runners stranded and winding i| on the short end of a 2-1 loss A f t e r games losing Ihree of on the road, four Ihe Rangers found t h e i r new home nice and co/y. The l i g h t - h i t t i n g Texans look UNC Tennis Team Tops SCSC, 6-3 A of freshman tennis players sparked Ihe University of Northern Colorado lo a 11-3 victory over .Southern Colorado here Friday. Mike Malleck and David Ray gave Ihe Bears t h r i r first Iwo singles victories after UNC aces liiok Moore and Sieve Brown a 1-0 lead on Howards' 400-foot had f a l l e n in the opening Iwo shot, then rode Dave Nelson's nialclies. The pair then camo homer and four K R I by second'back in doubles action to win baseman I.en H a n d l e past the in (wo sets, li-3 and 6-2. Angels. Singles nrlion w;is very lough Handle had the inosl prmluc- in Ibe duel, with three matches live game of his farcer, he said, because of a lip from his manager. See Europe by bus. jjoiuj; ID tichrcakcr sets. Touted Boh Scott. SCSC's lop player w i t h n U-l record, handed UNC's Moore a fi-7. fi-l, fi-3 setback. UNC's Steve Brown Ihcn d r o p p e d another Hircc-sct match I fi-3. 3-fi, G-3) to t h e Indians' Kd liohinson. IHit Malleck ami Hay followed w i t h victories lo lie Ihc store al 2-2. And Milch I'rirdfeld and Kick H u f f m a n gnlhcrcd in t h e final two singles viclories for al Montreal. In other games Friday, New York shut National League jMcCarver and Don Money. Pittsburgh thought it had the score tied in the eleventh when Clines' doubled chased home Bob Robertson but the run was erased on an appeal play at first base where Clines had missed the bag. Wise and Montreal's . Bill Stoneman were locked in a scoreless duel, due mostly to Stoneman's ability to handle Wise al bat. Three limes, Wise came fo the plate with the bases loaded and each lime Stoneman got him out. Sloneman was in constant 1 (rouble, allowing seven hits and walking seven bailers. With the game still scoreless in the eighth inning, pinch hitter Jim Fairey drilled a two- run double that won it for ihe Expos. Tom Seaver stretched his scoreless inning streak to 15 with a four-hitter against Chicago, besting Burt Hooton in Ihe rookie's first start since his no-hitler last week. Bud Harrelson's collected three hits against Hooton, driving home the first Met run in the fifth inning and then scoring Ihe other on a two-out hit by Ken Boswell. Both Hoofon and Seaver struck out nine bai- ters Cindnnali tied Atlanta on an eighth inning homer by Joe Morgan and then Fete Rose singled home the Reds' winner in the ninth. Homers by Rico Carty and Darrell Evans helped (he Braves wipe out an early 2-0 Cincinnati lead provided by Dave Conception's second inning single. for the sagging Braves. The Dodgers won their fifth straight with home runs by Jim Letebvre, Willie Davis and Willie Crawford pacing the rout over San.Diego. Los Angeles collected 16 hits and bunched nine runs in the first two innings, Ihree of them driven in by Frank Robison, who had a pair of clutch singles. The Dodgers have scored 23 runs in their last two games. The Astros got homers from Lee May and Jimmy Wynn as well as a bases-loaded triple from Doug Rader to short circuit the Giants' home opener. It was Houston's fourth straight victory following Iwo opening losses. The Giants, who had committed only one error in their first six games, made three on a single play, helping thp Astros fo their first two runs'. Tito Fuenfes made two of the errors, hobbling a grounder and then throwing the ball away. When pitcher John Cumberland recovered the ball, he also It was the sixth straight loss ror. threw it away for the third er- In foci, soo Europe in your choice ol buses, The new Volks- wogen Stotion Wogon comas osa7-or9-sootcr.lThe7-sealer is standard and has an aisle all ihe v/oy Ihrough. like a bus should.) There's room in ihe back ol Ihe bus lor 10 or 12 good-sized valises. The man to see aboul buy- no, one hero is Ihe man lo sec about having one wailing for you in Europe. Your local au- Ihorized Volkswagen dealer. He'll arrange licensing and delivery and even give you Ilio scoop on how lo gel il back home. li'll be nice 10 have a family bus wilh oboul twice Ihe inside room of most convenlional wogons. And VWs sovj you money on Irovel expenses. On eilher side ol Ihe Allanlic. BOB MARKLEY VOLKSWAGEN Grceley's small car headquarters 3805W. 10th 353 3311 took a light 7-G, 7-6 doubles vic t o r y over Ihc tough Scott-Robinson pair from Pueblo and clinched Ihe win, UNC's eighth against (wo losses this season. Moore, former Greeley Central tennis sliir, suffered his first defeat in conference play. He is 7-3 for Ihe season in singles action. The results: Singles liol) Scott, SCSC, def. Hick Moore, (1-7, 6-1, fi-3. 10(1 Robinson, SCSC, d e f . Sieve Brown, 6-3, 3-fi, fi-3. Mike M c l l t o k , UNC, def;. Ron Sinilh, G-4, fl-l. David H a y , UNC, def. Allen Quillcr. fi-2, 5-7, 6-1. Mitch Kriodfeld, I.'NC, Steve Bniliti, 6-1, 7-5. Kick H u f f m a n . UNC, def. 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Rear pole vaullcr Van navies was lo compete wilh Ihe bcsl vaulters in Ihc world Saturday. Davies' best vault is 16-5',i. Kjell Isaksson, Ihe world record holer al 18-2, Is also entered I in Ihc annual KU Relays. HERE'S A YIELD LEADER THAT HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO DELIVER TOP PERFORMANCE! · Produced on N cytoplasm. · Has single-gone (HT) factor foradditional tolerance to northern corn leaf blight. · Short piant height. · Excellentstandabilityandhigh test weight. · Adapted to narrow rows. · Easy to harvest. · Thoroughly tested for performance and viability by famous P-A-G Research. THREE MORE HYBRIDS FROM P-A-G THAT CAN BREAK YOUR YIELD BARRIER! SX-7 -- Good narrow row corn with excellent slandabilily and yield. Outstanding potential to produce yields under optimum farming conditions. Produced on N cytoplasm. SX 69 -- Has an outstanding yield record, vigor- HERE'S THE SUCCESS THAT FARMERS IN THIS AREA ARE HAVING WITH SX 53! The hard freeze early reduced the test weight and cut the yield. 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