Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 21, 1970 · Page 34
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Page 34 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., May 21, 1970 Severtson, Grantz Star at Bat; McDonald, Bivin Lead Pitching The University of Iowa football the athletic board and the State Tom Severlson, senior third baseman, is the 1970 University bat. of Northern Colorado batting champion with a .340 average. The championship is his second straight. The 6-3, 200- pound Severtson led the team in 19ti9 with a .369 average. The Denver athlete -noticeably absent from the All- RMAC selections -- topped the 'Bears in five other important departments. Severtson led UNC in runs baited in with 31, base hits with 33, home runs with 3, total bases with 51 and struck out only six times in 97 times at He is a repeat champion runs batted in, a n d t o t a l Runnerup in hits, homers, b a s e s batting was outfielder-caterer Bob Cooper with a .329 average. Cooper and Jerry Scavarda, a .293 hitter, tied for the team lead in triples, each two. Catcher Mickey Holmes went to bat the most times, 99. and topped the team in sacrifice bunts with four. Christy Bivin was the sacrifice fly leader with three. Junior Shortstop Daryl Grants: it .309 and paced I he Bears in three departments: runs scored with 24, stolen bases with eight and walks with 23. Mike Hasketl led the Bears in doubles with nine and finished second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in that department. Severtson was fifth in the RMAC in RBI's,31. UNC compiled a 13-13 season's record Rich McDonald with and Christy Bivin gaining credit for all but two of the victories. McDonald topped the team with a 6-2 won-lost record, while Bivin was 5-2. Sophomore Bruce Vaughn, who pitched 13 stunning innings against Colorado Slate University with no decision and 19 strikeouts, was the team's earned run with a 2.91. McDonald followed with a 3.56 ERA, and Bivin was 3.84. McDonald hurled innings, 63 and one-third, Bivin worked 54 and one-third. Sophomore Bob Taylor the best control record, walking 10 batters in 23 innings. Bivin had the most strikeouts, 41. NAME G Severtson, Tom 25 Cooper, Bob 21 Grant?., Daryl 25 Scavarda. Jerry _ 20 Holmes. Mickey 24 btaskett, Mike . . 23 Denning. Ron Taylor, Bob 5 5 Hyder, Russ 15 Bivin. Chris ..._ 8 Vaughn, Bruce 8 Shubin, Don 11 Burchfield, Dean 13 Hedemark, Jim 15 Brunz. Larry 15 Mizner, Mickey 14 Lynch. Kent. 6 McDonald. Rich 9 Ricketts, Bob 9 Bode. Bruce 6 UNC TOTALS IT" OPP TOTALS 24 AB 97 76 94 75 99 5 7 60 24 8 39 31 41 47 46 15 34 6 6 R 15 14 24 18 10 14 1 0 13 2 2 5 4 5 10 6 2 5 0 0 H 33 25 29 22 27 20 2 2 17 6 2 9 7 10 10 .10 3 6 1 1 891 889 Name Vaughn. Bruce McDonald. Rich Bivin. Chris ...... Ricketls. Bob ... Taylor, Bob Bode. Bruce Denning. Ron ... UNC TOTALS .. OPP TOTALS . . GS 1 8 7 1 4 153 151 CG 0 r 5 0 2 0 (1 245 w 0 6 5 1 0 1 0 (Compiled by Gary Morgan) BATTING 3B HR TB SB SH SF HBP BB 51 37 31 29 30 29 Less than 70 At Bats 3 2 21 5 2 11 10 10 12 12 8 9 1 1 18 8 23 13 10 13 0 2 8 0 3 8 5 6 15 6 2 1 1 0 SO 6 10 13 11 12 20 9 3 4 10 G 13 7 10 2 3 4 1 RBI 31 17 13 16 1 1 7 6 0 5 5 1 4 5 3 3 0 1 AVE .340 .329 .309 .203 .273 .241 .400 .286 .283 .250 .250 .231 .226 .224 .213 .217 .200 .176 .167 .167 PO 23 24 40 26 181 192 2 3 27 4 4 25 35 17 33 13 10 4 1 2 A 56 4 74 0 11 18 5 1 0 7 6 1 6 30 29 0 11 15 2 5 7 11 318 332 17 26 9 14 141 116 153 177 136 123 PITCHING L n 2 2 2 4 2 26 26 13 9 13 IP 22 63'a 54'i 19'.i 23 18 18 _ ~~WT~ 225 AB 84 266 216 75 105 839 891 H 16 79 57 20 27 22 26 R 11 36 30 15 20 19 21 ER 8 25 23 10 15 13 18 242 151 153 112 125 BB 12 19 18 19 10 19 19 Tiff" 141 SO 24 35 41 18 21 15 23 1/7 153 .2/2 .276 SHO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "b 1 666 678 282 253 HP 3 2 3 2 0 2 2 WP 1 3 3 3 1 3 1 .875 1.000 .964 1.000 1.000 1.000 .953 .922 .912 1.000 squad, expressing support for ousted head coach Ray Nagel, asked the university's Board in Control of Athletics late Wednesday night .to reconsider its action in firing Nagel. '"We feel ... Nagel and his staff have treated us most fairly in all respects, and therefore it had expressed "100 per cent pion teams before taking over is under him we wish to play support" for the statement, ERA 2.91 3.56 3.84 4.75 5.87 6.50 9.00 Christy Bivin 14 9 15 16 4.58 5.00 gy Fleming Plans Marriage Russ Hyder Named To AII-RMAC Squad NEW YORK (AP) Fleming, whose skill on ice .skates earned her medals and then money, plans to marry a medical school student on June 13. two weeks after she finishes an engagement here with the Ice Fellies. Miss Fleming, a dark-haired beauty who won the world figure skating championship for the first time when she was 17 and the gold medal in the 1968 Winter Olympics, said Wednesday fhe will marry Greg Jenkins of Dallas, a student at theigoals and led Israel with" 4 I'nivcrsity of Texas Southwes-jpoints, tern Medical School. The wedding will formed in Bel Aire. Calif., Missiners. Fleming said. She starts her Tee! Colorado was stronger than Peggy Jenkins will complete medical studies nex vear. Israel Soccer Team Defeats Colo., 8-3 DENVER (AP)-Israel learn captain Mordecai Shpieglcr scored three second-half goals to lead Israel to an 8-3 soccer victory over Ihe Colorado All- Star team Wednesday night in Wheat Ridge. Shpiegler scored three straight Forward Yoshua Fcigenbaum be per-i also hit a hat trick for the win- Follies shows here tonight. This|the final score indicated, as the is her second season as ai All-Stars went into halftime tied professional. The couple met Switzerland. ! at 1-1 and held leads of 2-1 and Davos, 3-2 before succumbing to the 1s- irael flurry. Northern Colorado's Russ Hyder, a .283 hitler, Thursday was named to the 1970 All-Rocky Conference Holmes at catcher and Rich McDonald at pitcher were cited honorable mention. The team is chosen by RMAC coaches and a man at each regular position plus Mountain Athletic baseball team. UNC's Mickey McClanahan, Washburn, Rick Miller. Emporia, Steve Luedders, Mines, Steve Simpson, Washburn, 1.2G; Plunketi, Sergeant. chers wcre picked two in the league's (wo divisions. Thus, the first team consists of 20 players. The repealers are lisled by Commissioner Harry B. (Doc) Kniseley. They are Adams Stale's Randy Geltman, an outfielder from Fort Morgan: Adams State's Bruce Meller and Kinporia Stale's catcher Rich Aldav. Earned run average -- Mike O.liO; 0.81; 1.00; Circuit Court Says Cassius Must Stay Here NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Former heavyweight champion Cassuis Clay, unable lo fight in the United Stales or Japan since his draft conviction, can't box in Canada either. The 5th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals Wednesday rejected Clay's request to leave Ihe country for 18 hours so that lie E in p o r i a. Omaha, l.Sfl; Campbell, Emporia, 1.C5. The 1970 AII-RMAC selections: Plains Division P i t c h e r s Dennis Jones, Redmon, Washburn; catcher Rich Alday, Emporia State; first baseman Ken Dinkel. Fort Hays: second baseman Frank Leo, Fort Hays; shortstop Dave Bingham, Emporia Stale; third baseman Francis Ferns. Kansas State College, and outfielders Larry Gomez, Omaha; Jim Brennan, Kansas State College, and Russ Hyder. University ol ! Northern Colorado. Gellman was Ihe conference's| Iowa Footballers Support Ousted Mentor Ray Nagel IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - said, "we respectfully demand Tuesday it had fired Nagel and football next fall," said the squad in a statement. "Therefore," the statement Board of Regents review the de- letic Director Forest Evashev- cision to release coach Ray Na- The statement was released by recently elected 1970 cocap- shevski, a former tains Ray Manning and Dan head coach who built Iowa into McDonald. They said "a vast majority" of squad members which was released without comment or elaboration. Atlanta Golf Classic Starts Today, Bert Greene Top Pick By BOB GREEN Associated Pr«u Golf Writer ATLANTA (AP)--"I blew one tournament this year," Bert Greene said, "but that's to be expected out here. "But I'll win one yet." Greene, a native of Gray, Ga. now playing out of Sun River, Ore., was one of the hometown favorites today in the first round of the $125,000 Atlanta Golf Classic. And Greene, a non-winner on the PGA tour but generally con- and Tuesdays, his program this week. "You can't play every day," he said. "So I try to take a couple of days off. I don't like to take a week off, though. I sit at home and look at the paper and see all the money the other guys are making and it just kills me." But Greene is going to be away next week. "I've got to go to Brazil for a tournament, the Brazilian International I think it is," he said sidered one of the most prom-|"I really didn't want to go, but ising young stars, must be | my business manager had corn- rated more than a casual threat i milled me. for Ihe $25,000 top prize. | "I wanted jo get oul, but he "I'm playing pretty good," he said 1 couldn't." said, "but my putting is just awful. But that comes and goes. Greene won Ihe Los Lagartos Open, in Colombia, not a regu- Maybe, just maybe, I can get it| 'ar PGA event, earlier this year, going this week." , beating South American favorite Greene, .winner of more fhan: Robert d e Vicenzo. accepted the resignation of Ath- ski, both effective June 30. The action culminated a Jong feud between Nagel and Eva- Hawkeye a national football power and produced two Rose Bowl cham- as athletic director in 1960. Nagel told a news conference he was Wednesday he was "shocked The athletic board announced and incensed" at the board's action, and lashed out at Evashevski and the board. I consider my relationship with my athletic director to have been an ugly relationship," Nagel said, citing several instances of what he called harassment by Evashevski. Nagel also questioned the competence of the athletic board, saying he believed it had made "a grave mistake" and charging it had not operated in the best interest of the university. Evashevski he hated "Ic pointed at me alone for not being able to get along" and said the board's action was "well thought out." Nagel's firing and Evashevski's resignation were the culmination of a four-month feud that reportedly grew out of a smoldering disagreement between the two men over the conduct of the Iowa football program since Nagel was named coach in 1966. said Wednesday have the finger $25,000 this year, is the son of a retired golf pro, Herb Greene, and is in his fourth year on the "He told me that after 1 beat Roberto down there, if I don't come back there might be a rev- jro TourVHeVasiim biomYwith! nl »J; 1 "'. so I guess I'd belief a receding hairline and despitelS 0 -" I his slight build is one of the Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus hardest hitters on the pro cir- alld Gal T Player ranked as the: I men to beat in the test on I h e j . Greene, 26, made over S76 000 7 ' 053 ' ard . P ar 72 Atlanta Coun- lasl year and got his first big 1 ''7 clllb course - other to P con- national exposure when he losti' cnder s included Frank Beard, by a shot to Frank Beard in the !clcfcnd ' n S champion Bert Yan-.ana leads best-of-7 series 3-1, wealthy Westchesler Open. He'cey, British Open champ Tony.afternoon Pro Basketball | ABA Finals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday's Results No game scheduled Today's Game No game scheduled Friday's Game No game scheduled Saturday's Game Indiana at Los Angeles, Indi- got still more exposure--again Jacklin and llomero Blancas,! in a losing effort--a couple of' w ' n n c r °f last week's Colonial Doubles--F. Alou. Oakland weeks ago in the Houston Inter-iNational Invitation. '"· " - "" '-· '" national. The drawling, talkative player held a lead going into the! finl two holes, hut pumped his, second shot into the water on the · 17th, took a double bogey and| was out of it, finishing third. ' "I'd been working with Arnold i 13; Harper. Milwaukee 12. could meet current champion Pa 'mer on just that," he said. Joe Fra/icr in Toronto in July : " We wcre w "rkmg on what you. The three-jude panel declinedl nave lo do to be dead certain! the hid without comment. you hit it straight. Ed Clay was dethroned as king of " The firsl P crson ' ran inl ° the heavyweighls after he was; hcre . was plmer °ut in the; convicted three years ago on'P ar 'TM6 '"'· charges of violating the Selec- 1 " He said he had walcncd nn ! live Service Act. Since then he tel TM s '.° r | n ', hs , a ,"' J 11C h .', 1 tnc . sl ' ol i country ...._, ... ._._ ,,,, peals court, he has lost his some work to do ' ne told me ' been unable lo fight in this and sald ' ne ' s dnne H a § ain -' ; itry and, he told Ihe ap-' "'' tllink - vou ' ve sli " R o t : s court, he has lost his some work to do '' ne told me -" main source of income and Grccne . wn ° rarely takes a needs money to pay legal fees' weck off t h e S r i n d i n R tour. while he appeals the conviction. ;Usua "y 8 oes flshln S on Mondays. Shortly after his 1967 convic-' tion a federal district court turned down Clay's request to make a 30-day boxing tour of WEED PROBLEMS? Reduce burning of fence rows and ditch banks. Control grasses and weeds with: Niagara Simox General NIAGARA CHEMICAL DIVISION Greeley, Colo. . LeMasters Quits 1970 CORTINA 'DELIVERED TO YOU IN GREELEY 2-DOOR SEDAN Lots of room and comfort! 4-speed, fully synchronized manual transmission with floor shift. SPECIAL PRICES ON 1969 CORTINAS! Liimted Supply . . . Act Now for Unusual Savings! GARNSEY WHEELER CORTINA 1100 fifh Ave. 352-9171 State; first baseman Dick! Roebken, Western State; second b a s e in a n Harry Briscoe, Colorado Mines; shortstop Tex Anthony, Soulhern Utah; third baseman Rich Hcnning, Adams State, and outfielders Rnndy Mountain Division second leading hitter with a .4201 Pitchers Tim Jarvi, Regis, mark. He was second in stolen' a n d Bruce Meller, Adams State:' Ibases wilh 15, second in homel ci)tcner Dan Medina. WesternlT..;.,;,!.-J Tnlroc 'runs wilh eighl and third in Slate : firs' baseman Dickl ' ' m l u u u ' ' U K . e s runs balled in with 35. Alday was lllh in baiting with a .367 mark. Meller compiled a 5-2 mark and 2.1] earned runs average. The RMAC's top hitler was Regis' Dave Broach with a stunning .552 mark with 53 hits in 96 limes at bat. Top Batters Others are:' ··. Ron Brown, ASC, .411 Dnikel, Ft. Hays, .407 Bynum, New Mexico .400; Doug Ragsdale, Mexico Western, .400. John Caruso, Regis, Sloven Lenmann, Regis, Geltman, Adams Broach, Regis, State; and Dave Mike Cortez Position TRINIDAD, Colo. (AP)-Ray- rnond LeMasters has resigned as basketball coach at Trinidad High School to become football coach at Cortez Ugh School. He will handle the freshman basketball squad at Cortez. LeMasters has coached at Trinidad since 19G8. He is a Collodi, Colorado Mines. Honorable Mentions Pitchers -- Dave Castor, Ken O m a h a. Rich McDonald,j gl . adua , f u University of ^'iSr^^^ 1 ^!^ Colorado where he played Ll- ball until forced out by a knee injury. his New!Simpson, Washburn, and Dean Voegerl, Adams Slate. .388; Roger Crafton, Emporia, .369; Dennis Marion, Adams State, .367; Rich Alday, Emporia, .367. Mike Horvat, Regis, .360; Larry Gomez, Omaha, .357; Jim Blatnick, Adams Dave Archuleta, State, Mines, .348, and Tom Severtson, UNC, .340. Hitting Leaders Other offensive department leaders: Stolen bases--Horvat, Regis, 23; Gcttman, Adams State, 15; Mike Collodi, Mines, 10. Doubles -- Bynum, New j Mexico Western, 10; Bill iGilliland, Now Mexico Western, '.9; Mike Ilaskett, UNC, 9. Triples - Dick Roebken, Western Stale, 5; Brown, Adams State, 4; Roger Whalen, Adams State, 4. Home runs -- Dinkel, Fort I Hays. 12: Geltman. Adams I Stale, 8; Roger Crafton, Krn- jporia, 7. i Runs hatted in -- Dinkel, Fort I Hays. 41; Broach, Regis, 38; Gcftman, Adams Stale, 35; Crafton, Emporia, 35; Severt- ison, L'NC. 31. ! Top Pitchers Pitching leaders -- IPlimkett, Emporia, 7-0; I Nelson, Fort Hays, 5-0; :Sergeant. Omaha, 5-0; | McDonald, UNC, 6-2; jSchafer, Emporia, 6-2; | Meller, Adams State, Christy Bivin, UNC, 5-2. Catchers -- Mickey Holmes, Washburn, and Dean Voegerl, Zahm, Omaha. Infielders -- Steve Herzberg, Southern Colorado; Bill Bynum, New Mexico Western; Francis W e i g e l , Washburn; Mike Horval, Regis; John Salas, S o u t h e r n Colorado; John Hoover, Southern Utah; John Caruso, Regis; Jim Blatnick, Adams State, and Sanford Sigman, Kansas State College. Outfielders -- Eric Bryant, Western State: Bob Herold, Omaha, and Dennis Marion, Adams State. fensive player for the Buffaloes. LeMasters is a native of Pueblo and played football and basketball at Pueblo Centennial High. Mike Don Sieve Rich Broncos Sign Seventh Choice DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos of the National Football League announced Wednesday the signing of their No. 7 draft choice, Randy Montgomery of Weber Stale in Utah. Montgomery, a cornerback, is 5-11 and weighs 182 Ibs. He lias just completed the track season at Weber during which he set three school records, 9.3 seconds in the 100-yard dash, 20.7 in the 220 and 23 feet, II inches in the broad jump. Doubles--W. Parker, Los An_ R " n gcles 1ft; Wynn, Houston 14. Triples -- Clemcnte, P i t t s - ! burgh 6; Morgan, Houston 6. Until garded as injury he was ro an outslanding de- Pre-Tourney Bowl Favorites Picked Thurs. NORTHBROOK, HI. (AP) Don Johnson of Akron and Dot- tic Fothergill of North Attleboro, Mass., are pre-lourney favorites in a poll of writers to win the All-Star bowling championships starting Saturday. Tlie meel, sponsored by Ihe Bowling Proprietors' Association of America, will run through May 29 wilh a field of 192 men and 128 women. Miss Fothergill is defending women's champion, and also won in 1968. She is among eight former winners of the division. Billy Hardwick of Louisville, Ky., won the men's division last year and returns along with five other former winners. In the writers poll, Miss Fothergill collected 137 points compared to second choice Millie Martorella of Rochester, N.Y., with 80. Johnhon bagged 115 points] while Hardwick was second wilh 73. 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