Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 20, 1969 · Page 28
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Page 28 GKEELEY TRIBUNE Mon.. Oct. 20, 1969 SPECTACULAR SEQUENCE OF ACTION - In the second quarter Colorado Stntc College moved steadily from its 24-yard line lo Eastern New Mexico's 23. Then develops a most unusual series of actions. CSC Quarterback George Kaplan completes a forward pass down the middle to Rick Pierson (41) in phnto No. 1. Pierson continues.moving across the field and collides with two ENMU defenders. The ball squirts into the air in photo No. 2. CSC's Ken Emry (left) and ENMU.'s Charles Gilmore (20) charge for the flying football in photo No. 3; Emry and Gilmore collide and the football continues loose, photo No. 4. Finally Colorado State College guard Chuck Putnik recovers the ball on Eastern New Mexico's 16-yard line, photo No. 5. On the next play Eastern New Mexico ends the CSC offensive with Rick Scott intercepting a pass, leaving the score tied at 14-14. CSC scored two second half touchdowns to win 28-14. (Tribune sequence by Paul Moloney) Buff Effort Falls Short Against Tough Oklahoma By LEW FERGUSON Associated Press Sports Writer losses have come gives Rodgers plenty of excuse for getting KANSAS CITY ( A P ) - The emotional. All five of Kansas 1 strength gap from lop to botlom Big Eight losses since Rodgers in the Big Eighl Conference became coach have been by may be the thinnest in history mere four points, this season, but (hat isn't much consolation for the losers. "When our kids feel Other coaches could feel the same wav--like Colorado's Ed- whal ers," emotional for play- Kansas Coach Pepper Rodgers said, failing his words homa, and Oklahoma Stale's after his Jayhawks lost 21-17 to Nebraska Saturday. That was the second defeat in two Big Eight games for the defending c o n f e r e n c e co champions, and the way the die Crowder, who saw his Buffaloes' efforts to rally barely fall short in a 42-30 loss to Okla- Floyd Gass, whose Cowboys narrowly got short-circuited in upset bid at Missouri but lost 31-21. Only the Kansas Stale-Iowa State game Saturday was a mis- Our Ski Shop Your Skiing Headquarters · Skis · Boots Clothing · Accessories match. The rumbling Wildcats, who have built a head of steam to challenge Oklahoma and Missouri--the -Big Eight's old guard powers -- on successive weekends, laid out Ihe Cyclones, 34-7. Al that, Iowa State could offer an excuse for ils offense generating only 67 yards lotal offense. Cyclone quarterback Obort Tisdale could play only a few plays because of a badly sprained ankle. rado, Oklahoma State at Nebraska and Kansas at Iowa Stale. Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney accepted his good fortune. "If these kids the Corn- huskcrs were not believers in quitting," he said, "or if they were not believers in the man upstairs, they sure should be now." Things will tighten up this week, with Oklahoma playing at Kansas State, Missouri at Colo- sored by Ihe Roosevelt chapter CU Cage Star To Speak Mon. At Roosevelt JOHNSTOWN --' Dudley Mitchell, standout guard on the ,,. . , , . ,, Colorado University basketball ^ssoun^ranked^xth, team, will speak at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Monday) at the Roosevelt High School Cafetorium. Mitchell, who also plays on the CU baseball team, is spon- Greeley Girls Fare Well In District Track Meet Three Greeley prep girls and Carol McPeek from Weld Central Saturday were winners in the 1969 Northern Colorado District girls' track and field meet at Greeley Central. Greeley West's Vickie Bol- tenberg won the discus throw with a loss of 100 ft. 1 in. Team- male Jodi Bodley sped to victory in the 100-yard dash in 12.G seconds. And Greeley Central's Patty McManus won the shot put with a distance of 34 ft. 8V4 in. Miss McPeek won the 440- yard dash in 1:06.5. The top three finishers in each event qualify for the Stale meel this Saturday at Adams City. The results: 70-yard low hurdles: 1, Deanna Bird, Poudre, :11.3. 2, Gail McKinley, Greeley West. 3, Jo dy Conlin, Valley. 4, Linda Godfrey, Boulder. 5, Margie Davidson, Weld Central. 100-yard dash: 1, Jodi Bodley, Greeley West, :12.6. 2, Carolyn Wiltfang, Greeley Central. 3, Linda Klausmeyer, Poudre. 4, Jenny McGraw, Poudre. 5, Barb Hansen, Boulder. 440-yard dash: 1, Carol McPeek, Weld Central, 1:06.5. 2, Martha Allen, Boulder. 3, Jenny Prokop, Poudre. 4, Shelly Boehring, Estes Park. 5, Margo Starks, Weld Central. Mile run: 1, Beth GorrelJ, Boulder, 6:35.5. 2, Sandy Ashton, Loveland. 3, Susy Smith, Poudre. 4, Sandy Goodwin, Roosevelt. 50-yard dash: 1, Vicki Amen, Loveland, :06.5. 2, Jodi Bodley, reeley West. 3, Cindy Gil-; baugh, Greeley Central. 4, Mary Medina, Poudre. 5, Linda Sargenl, Weld Central. 220-yard dash: 1, Wendy Koenig, Estes Park, :27.2. 2, Linda Schank, Greeley Central. 3, Alice Colling, Loveland. 4, Barb Hanson, Boulder. 5, Susan Roosa, Loveland. 880-yard run: 1, Debby Romero, Poudre, 2:58.8. 2, Glenda Boyes, Greeley West. 3, Heidi TO SPEAK AT QB LUNCHEON -- Bob Martin, sports director for Denver KAO tele- sion, will speak at the Greeley Quarterback Club luncheon at noon Tuesday at the Community Building. Martin is play-by play broadcaster for the Denver Rockets. Martin, 36, has been a broadcaster in Denver for the past 15 years. He conducts a daily program on KOA radio, called "Sports Talk." Hillman, Highland. 4, Becky Barfool, Highland. 5, Ronda Tallman, Estes Park. Running long jump: 1, Martha Allen, Boulder, 14 ft. 5V4 in. 2, Vieki Amen, Loveland. 3, Joyce Mekelburg, Greeley West. 4, Linda Klausmeyer, Poudre. 5, (tie) Renee Shoeneman, Weld Central, and Pat Ovayle, Highland. Standing long jump: 1, Vicki Amen, Loveland, 8 ft. 1% in. 2, Barb Greenwood, Greeley Central. 3, Deanna Bird, Poudre. 4, Greta Hansen, Roosevelt. 5, Jan Koenig, Greeley West. High jump: 1, Wendy Koenig, Estes Park, 4 ft. 11 in. 2, Kathy Blackslon, Weld Central. 3, Gail McKinley, Greeley West. 4, Shirlee Williams, Valley. 5, Denise Spry, Greeley West. Shot put: 1, Patty McManus, Greeley Central, 34 ft. 8Vz in. 2, Vicki Bottenberg, Greeley Wesl. 3, Rosa Qualm, Poudre. 4, Carol Belcher, Weld Central. 5, Kathy Blackston, Weld Cen- Iral. Discus: '1, Vicki Bottenberg, Greeley West, 100 ft. 1 in. 2, Patty McManus, Greeley Central. 3, Cheryl Fogleman, Loveland. 4, Shannon Hammon, Poudre. 5, Beth Rains, Valley. 440-yard relay: 1, Poudre, :55.9. 2, Greeley West. 3, Weld Central. 4, Greeley Central. 5, Loveland. 880-yard pursuit relay: 1, Loveland, 2:08.9. 2, Greeley Central. 3, Greeley West. 880-yard medley relay: 1, Poudre, 2:12.0. 2, Weld Central. 3, Boulder. 4, Loveland. 5, Greeley West. Nicklaus Wins Sahara By BOB GREEN Associated Press Golf Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - t's bad news for golf s tour- ng pros: Big Jack--the real Jack Nicklaus -- is back, once jgain flashing the awesome form that made him the mos feared compeittor in the game "I guess you'd have to gi back to Baltusrol" where hi won the U.S. Open in 1967 "b find a tournament where "I've played so well," the Ohio Buckeyes Win, 34-7; Irish, USC Deadlock By HERSCHEL NISSENSON .ssociated Press Sports Writer Ohio State apparently is the eal McCoy as far as college Ootball teams go.. .but Notre then scampered 36 yards to tie Jame's McCoy was a little loo ·eal for Southern California. The Buckeyes of Ohio Stale, vho leave little doubt from ,veek to week who's No. 1, kept ·oiling along Saturday with 14-7 victory over Minnesota. But the big game of Ihe weekend matched third-ranked and nth ranked at South Bend, Southern Cal Votre Dame nd., and it wound up in a 14-14 itandoff when McCoy, a 274- lound defense tackle, blocked a mnt midway through the final icriod to set up the tying touch- iow.n. Second-ranked 'Texas and Ar- :ansas, rated fourth, had the veek off. Penn Slate, No. 5, )arely got by fired-up Syracuse 5-14 and had to score all its points in the fourth quarter lo do it. --and edged Syracuse. Franco Harris ran for a two-point con version after Lydell Mitchell's four-yard touchdown plunge and the score before Mike kicked Ihe decisive point. of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Goal Gossett Didn't Kick Counted Most By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Bruce Gossett kicked two field joals for the Los Angeles Rams, out it's the one he didn't try that really put the boot to the Green 20-0 lead. The 34 points--most Bay Packers. Los Angeles had the ball on the Green Bay 11-yard line Sun day with six seconds left in the [irsi half--in position for an almost certain three points for a kicker of Gossett's ability. So, quarterback Roman Ga- THE So would the Packers, who had built momentum by scoring scoring three scoring tosses and touchdowns on passes from Bart Starr to Boyd Dowler and Elijah Pitts after the Rams had built a against Green Bay since 1961-came on Gabriel's pass to Tucker, a 51-yard bomb to Les Josephson, two short Gabriel runs and Gossett's field goals. Gabriel completed 17 of passes for 197 yards and has yet mark of 13 held by Fran Tark- briel shunned a field goal try and whipped a touchdown pass !o Wendell Tucker, which gave Ihe Rams a 27-14 lead en route io a 34-21 National Football League victory. The victory gave the Coast Division-leading Rams a 5-0 mark and knocked Green Bay, 3-2, out of a first-place tie with Minneso- a in the Central Division. In other NFL action, Minnesota, 4-1, beat St.. Louis, 2-3, 2710; Washington, 3-1-1, edged the New York Giants, 3-2, 20-14; iinglon pasl New York am to be intercepted this season. His scoring strike to Tucker was his 1.012th completion, breaking the Los Angeles career record held by Norm Van Brocklin. Joe Kapp fired three touchdown passes and rugged defense held St. Louis scoreless in the second half in Minnesota's fourth straight victory. John clcv e-. Henderson caught two of Kapp's scoring strikes and John Bess- s '- Loins ley one. Pittsb'gh Kickie Harris' 8G-yard touchdown run with a punt, got Wash- five touchdowns. Lance Renlzel Bob Hayes and Pettis Norman one each. Johnny Unitas was too much for New Orleans, passing for 319 yards and three touchdowns--to Willie Richardson, Tom Mitchell and Ray Perkins. Unitas threw 16 straight pass completions to set a league enton, then of Minnesota, against Los Angeles Dec. 3, 1961. * * * National League Eastern Conference Century Division W L T Pet. Pts. OP New York 4 1 3 2 2 3 1 4 .400 .200 77 115 95 133 353-3333 Dallas, 5-0, trounced Philadelphia. M, 49-14; Baltimore, 3-2, blasted New Orleans, 0-5, 30-10; and Atlanta, 2-3, stopped San Francisco, 0-4-1, 21-7. Cleveland, 4-1, outlasted Pittsburgh, 1-4, 42-3!, Saturday night. "It was a bonus for us to get. seven points," said Los Ange-| les Coach George Allen of Gabriel's clutch touchdown pass in the first half. "I think we would have settlal for three." ' i- knocked the Giants out of a first-place tie in the Century Di vision. Charley Harraway's one-yard and 15-yard runs produced the other touchdowns for Dallas crushed Philadelphia with 42 points in the first half. In that half, Craig Morton completed 12 of 16 passes, including 10 in a row, for 225 yards and Dallas Wash'n. 3 Phila. 1 New Orl'ns 0 Capitol Division 5 0 0 1.000 1 5 6 .750 119 .250 .000 82 141 81 140 Minn. Western Conference Central Division 4 1 0 ,800 152 55 back stubborn Oklahoma State 31-21, sevenlh-ranked Tennessee trounced No. 20 Alabama 41-14 --giving Bear Bryant two negative records--and UCLA, No. 8, drubbed California 32-0. Louisiana State, rated ninth, rolled over Kentucky 37-10 while Florida, No. 10, pasted North Carolina 52-2 behind John Reaves' four touchdown passes. "It seems all we do is play ties with the Irish," muttered Southern Cal's John McKay and the teams battled to their second consecutive deadlock. "We just didn't play well. Our offense let us down, or maybe it was Notre Dame's defense," he added after 'the Irish held Jimmy Jones to 11 pass completions for 116 yards and Clarence David lo 75 yards in 30 carries. McCoy burst through to block Missouri also used the breaks lo its advantage, turning a fum ble, interception and short pun into two touchdowns and a fiek goal to defeat Oklahoma State. Quarterback Bobby Scott' passing, the running of Cur Watson and Don McLeary ant the fierce linebacking of Steve Kiner and Jack Reynolds helpec Tennessee beat Alabama for the third time and hand the Crimson Tide its second consecutive setback--neither of which had ever been done to a 'Bama team under Bear Bryant. Dennis Dummit's two touchdown passes to Gwen Cooper started UCLA off and running gainst California. Three quar- erbacks directed LSU to ·ards against Kentucky. Anc uper soph John Reaves ran his ecord to .15 touchdown passes n five games as Florida maulec v'orth Carolina. slrongman said Sunday after romping in with an easy victory in the $100,000 Sahara Invitational. Nicklaus, who notched his 30th career victory before his 30th birthday, closed wilh a bril- lianl 65, six under par on Ihe 6,751 yard Sahara-Nevada Coun- Iry Club course, for a 272 total, 12 under par. He had a four-stroke margin over Frank Beard, the third- round leader, who finished with, a 70 for 276. Dave Hill, 69, and Dale Douglass, CG, tied for third at 277 with Grier Jones, 68, and British Open champion Tony Jacklin, 69, next at 278. Bui while it was business as Reilz usual for Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer had his troubles. The record, surpassing (lie former Jo h n Young's punt with.Notre Dame trailing 14-7 and Walt Patulski recovered at the Trojans' iix. Denny Allan scored from !he one with 6:54 left and Scott Hempel kicked the tying point. Hempel almost won it in the final two minutes with a 48-yard field goal attempt that hit the crossbar and bounced back. Besides his blocked punt--"I .800 144 119 think I blocked it with my .600 76 98 i, ea d," he said-McCoy was in on 14 tackles. "ft was a helluva football game and no place for the timid," said ND's Ara Parseghian. "We're going to play a good football game," ssid Minnesota's Murray Warmalh before his date with Ohio State. But the ophers fumbled the ball away :ive limes, lost it once on an in- the Redskins, who remained in Green Bay 3 2 0 .600 87 77 terception and were haHed five 3 2 0 .600 95 72! times inside the Buckeye 20. las. Chicago 0 5 0 .000 95 48 109 Coastal Division Ang. 5 0 0 1.000 141 Balti. Atlanta San Fran. .500 .400 .000 85 103 83 81 64 103, beaten string less than 10V4 min- 86 utes away from being broken, ' Penn State, its 23-game un- rallied for two quick touchdowns--helped by a fumble, two! key penalties and a short puntl Romanian Wins Denver Tennis nvitational DENVER, Colo. (AP) - A :omanian Davis Cup player, lie Nastase, won the Denver In- itational Tennis Tournament unday, beating Stan Smith ol 3 asadena, Calif., 64, 6-5. A simplified scoring system ·as used throughout the three- ay meet. Smith, 22, is a member of the J.S. Davis Cup team. The 23- ear-old Nastase, nicknamed Nasty" by his American oppo- ents, led throughout the first et, but the score in the second et was tied five limes before le Romanian caplured Ihe lasl ivo games. Husky Bob Lutz, 22, a native f Lancaster, Pa., rallied to eat Arthur Ashe Jr., 26, of .ichmond, Va., 4-6, 6-5, 6-2 for bird place. Ashe long has been ated this country's top tennis erformer. 40-year-old charger, attempting a' comeback after a two-month absence · forced by a hip ailment, closed wilh a disappointing 73 for 285, far back in the field. Nicklaus, who has won Ihis particular tournament four limes in the last seven years, quipped: "I only need lo win a couple more to get even with the (gambling) tables." Toomey Starts Slow in Bid For World Mark LOS ANGELES. (AP) Olympian Bill Toomey got off to a slow slarl Sunday in his al- tempt to capture the world-decathlon record. After Ihe first five events--the 100 meters, 400 meters, long jump, high jump and shot put-Toomey had compiled 4,313 Joints, 42 fewer than his first- iay total of two weeks ago when ic missed the world record by only 42 points. Toomey is compleing wilh Bill Smith of San Francisco, Dave Thoreson of Sanla Barbara and Barry King of England. The remaining events will be held Monday in the AAU-sanctioned decalhlon at UCLA. GILBERT PHARMACIES Filling Prescriptions · Since 1909 CEAand UNION PACIFIC PRESCRIPTIONS All four Gilbert Pharmacies now fiill CEA and UNION PACIFIC prescriptions. LEAKY TRANSMISSION? fix it today . . . The Guardian Way! Reseal GET GUARDIAN'S FAMOUS We can handle foreign and domestic standard transmliclon repairs and differential work. FREE TOWING Phtn« MS-8590 7601 Ttnth St. GREELEY FINANCING AVAILABLE "Th« Standard of Quality At A Standard Low Prlct*

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