Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 24, 1972 · Page 27
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Monday, April 24, 1972
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Obscure Golfer Whips Nicklaus in TOC Playoff RANGHO (AP) r- ""The CO^TA, Calif.I The l'c Mitchell came through," chortled liobbv Mitchell. The obscure Mitchell, \vhi had : complained earlier in the ! aus for only his second victory week thai spoils writers "sceml in a P ro . career that dales back to think I'm invisible--nobody! 10 ! ne tim e he was a youth of Bupr \rrilno sk/inf n,« M i i 15 in n^rurilln \/o - - -- -- - · ' . - . . \ - j i t u i i u lqi»L jcal \ l l l a 1 I L O L I U U 1 rolled in a 20-foot putt on the triumph). But this was even first extra hole Sunday and tetter because I beat -" " bcal heavily favored Jack Nick- "'°TM"° " -ever writes about me," had just beaten, pro golf's most 15 in Danville, Va. "H's a great feeling," hamps. The Tournament of - Cham- lions is restricted to players vho scored regular pro tour 'ictories in the last 12 months. The . awesome Nicklaus, who ex- took Ihe Masters and two other prestigious Champions. Tournament of $165,000. "It was ,, ,.__ feeling when I won a I Cleve- ' successfully s a wonderful defend his title here. S West 6th, Cats 19th In Walt Clark Meet LOVELAND golfers finished Greeley West · tv, -- HI.VI.V.Q. niuji n u i a i n s * uiuu i ie*uiv expect 10 sixth among 79, Brad Ritler 81, Brad Odle make it," he admitted. "I was . v a i l [ . nrv Tn_ ·?) Phimir T,,U,-,~I «·* : i i · _ . ..i . . . . Q _ ......... ...inuiig, i u ( u i u u tvitiui 01 zsr 29 teams at.the Walt Clark In- 82, Chuck Roberlson 87. vitational, the biggest spring golf invitational in the state for high school goiters. Wesl scored 329 for (he 4-man com petition. Greeley. Central finished 19th with a team; total of 350. Boulder Fairview's oatstand ing star, Bob Byman, led the field with a 69 on his first roum al Loveland's par 72 course Boulder Fairview took first in team honors with a 308 total. Top 10 Boulder Fairview 308; Tver Ranum 316; Poudre 319; Bear Creek 320; Fort Collins 327; Greeley West 329; Littleton 333 Sterling 335; Aurora Centra 336; Longmoiil 10th 337. Other Northern team scores- Fort' Morgan 342 (14th), Gree ley Central, 350 (19th), Loveland 352 (20th). Central scores: Rich Neal 85, Randy Scotl 90, Kevin Lewis 87, Randy Walrath 88. UH Golfers Third at Brush BRUSH - University Golfers finished in a tie . a . for third out of seven teams in the Brush Invitational Golf Meet here Saturday. Sterling won the 5-man meel al Bunker Hills Country Club with a total of 335 on the par 72 course. 'Fort Collins Poudre was second at 342. University High totaled 358 as did-;'-Deliver Regis.' Brush finished . Akron shot 364 . Fort Morgan had 369. Sterling's Gunnar Wariving was lournamciil medalist with a 78. University High scores were Jeff Beel 87, Rich Olsen 90, Jef Rymes, Art 91. Thursday against Highland Hill: S". nsf Brush and Regis. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · Mi|or Overhaul · Engine Tune-Up · Brake Service · Body, Paint and Automotive Glass We Service Any Make o! Car Using Only Genuine Parts -- Expert Mechanics -WARREN-BUNTING MOTOR CO. Eaton, Colo. Ph. 454-759! West scores: Alan Abrams But the odds went lor nothing when Nicklaus pulled his tee hot on the par.three 14th--the irst playoff hole--into the deep ough and chipped six feet past. . . Mitchell put his tee shot in he grees below the pin and e the putl. "I didn't really expect lo Par 72 at Loveland Municipal. Shaw Takes Tallahassee Golf Win TALLAHASSE, Fla. (AP) -- -". ^OIUIJLUU tuux a n ana Bob Shaw picked up $15,000 ^' anca s closed with the .day's Sunday by winning the Talla- hMf rn "~ 1 ° " hassee Open golf tournament with a record-tying score of 273, bul the transplanted Australian won't be back to defend his title next year. The victory, Shaw's first in his four years on the Professional Golfers Association tour, also earned him an automatic starting spot in the 1973 Tournament of Champions, played in California on the same days the open is played in Tallahas- trying ._ 0 ,. .. ,,,,,,... Mitchell shol a final round 70 i the long, lough La Costa Country Club course and . tied Nicklaus with a 72 hole total of 180. Lee Trevino was third wilh a 72--282. Australian Bruce -rampton, Homero Blancas, Jerry Heard and Dave Hill tied at-284. Hill and Heard matched 12s, Crampton took a 71 and best round . a . started the day with a fwo . stroke lead and lost it on he fiflh hole when he put his ee shot in a brook, reached. the see. "If someone had told me that on Ihe IGth, I'd have blown it," Shaw quipped when he learned (here are no defending champs in the Tallahassee event. He said he loves his new home ol Tallahassee so much that he'c rather play here any anywhere. Tallahassee -also was pretty good to rookie I^eonard Thompson Sunday. Thompson finished two strokes back at 275 and earned $8,550 for second place Art Wall, Rod Kunseth third at 277. Shaw's love affair with Talla hassee began in 1SG9 when he blew a three-foot putt on the fi , Ml one of their own in the bot take the lead and added an in surance run in the fifth for th victory. and last year - ( h i s first Mon., April 2-1, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 27 Tribune Scoreboard tour,c.ii«j« in-'*/ Thi AtMcilttd Prttl Adiraj Stale 5-10, H«cis 4-3 Soulhra Colorado S, Co!or*ilo Colk-cc Pro Basketball At A Glance By Th« Associated Press Playoffs Conference Finals Saturday's Result Western Conference Los Angeles 104, Milwaukee , 100, Los Angeles wins best-of-7 Only game scheduled Sunday's Result Eastern Conference New Work 111, Boston 103, New York wins best-of-7 series, 4-1. Houston (Keuss 1-0), night Tuesday's Games at Pittsburgh, Bill Naibauer 547. Cincinnati night St. Louis at Atlanta, night Chicago al Houston, nighl ,,,,,,,, ,,..,,, ,,,, Montreal at Los Angeles, siewarl 404; Erna Werlz 490. ''I' 1 ' High team game: Greenwoods New York at San Diego, night 808. Philadelphia al San Fran cisco, night Only ganie scheduled Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games No games scheduled ABA Division Finals Saturday's Results West Division Indiana 118, Ulah 108, best-of- 7 series tied, 2-2. Only game scheduled Sunday's Results No games scheduled Monday's Games West Division Indiana at Utah · East Division Virginia at New York, Virginia leads besl-of-7 series, 2-0. Tuesday's Games No games scheduled Today's Baseball --- ,,..,,*. .,, ,, UII/VA, i ca^iitu. nje * green in three and three-putted I By THE ASSOCIATED t\T 3 i^rni'hTA Kri 1*11.1 At.. Tt- _ L . . . Pro Hockey At A Glance By The Associated Press Playoffs NHL Semifinals Sunday's Results Boston 7, St. Louis 2, Boston leads besl-of-7 series, 3-0. New York C, Chicago 2, New York wins besl-of-7 series, 4-0. Tuesday's Games Boston at St. Louis' High men's game: Dick 'helps 234; Billl Naibauer 229; John Ramsey 225; Kim Chrisiansen 221; Tex Pratt 2)8; Gordon Kindred 212-211-200. High ladies series: Mardelte Swing 20G; Joyce Casseday 213; Phyllis Naibauer 190. I Bowling | At Bowlorado Commercial League Scratch Scores Top team series: Harris Oil Co. 2488; L.T.I. 2419; Larson Rally 2412. Top men's series: George Wolfe 51)4; Wall Heine 554; I Gustafson 544. Top team game: Harris Oil Co. " 895; UNC Realty 825. 852; Larson for a double bogey six. That pul him' in a lie with Mitchell Mitchell then took the lead with a birdie on" the eighth stroking a sand wedge to five eef. He lost it with a bogey Irom a trap on the 14th, but go't t back again on the next hole, uiting a beautiful iron shot to tive feet. He lost it again on the 17lh, when he made a three-putt bogey, missing the second from 'wo feet. Baltimore Ileveland Boston Milwaukee Vew York Riders, Huskies Split Twin Bill PIERCE - Highland a n d Roosevelt split a Welco baseball .. · --· « doubleheader here Saturday rookie Steve Melnyk lied for The Huskies took a 9-4 viclorv lhir ' 1 at 977 in the first contest and the Riders won the second contest, Gary Knight knocked in two -, · i -·· «·«- «« --... j -«*-iji£,iiu nnxM_rwcu in in i. nal hole and lost the first Talla- runs-with a 'single, then scored hassee Open. ; ' ' " on:a wild 'pitch to give the Riders a 3-0 lead in the first game But Dale Souther highlighted the day's action in the Highland half of (he first inning with a grand slam homerun that gave the Huskies a 4-3 lead. Roosevelt lied the score at 4-4 John Evans Tips Valley JH, 5-3 John Evans rallied from a ,-....,,,, ...,, ,,^ uic ,,,.,.-, three-run deficit and look its in ifs h a l f of the fifth, but High- sixth straight baseball victory ! anci rallied for two more runs of the season over Valley Junior ' n lne bottom of the fifth anc High, 5-3. . added three scores in the sixth The Patriots spotted Valley to B el tn e win, 9-4. Allan Kin three first-inning runs, but add- osmfa 8 ot tfl ? mound viclory. (iff nnf, nt f V i n i T - nn:n I n I I , f , l. n { A n n f h p n i t IITOC T?nrtca«t«.H 1 , And then it was Hoosevell's ·.:u une ui uicjr mvii in me uoi- ··"" ""-n n nia jvuuaeveii b torn of the inning to cut the mar- turn - R 'der pitcher Raul Her- gin to 3-1. But John Evans put rera who caught the first game, across three'runs in the third to 8 ave U P a first-inning homer to Husky .... Ihe home ._. ..,, ._.,. ,,, Ihe way. All three hits off Her- Meeker, but shut out the rest of PRESS Top men's games: Lee Alford 224; Dick Brighi 221; George .IWolfe 219. American League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. West Division .625 .571 :soo .500 .400 .333 Dakland 4 2 .667 -- "hicago 5 3 .625 -- tfinnesoia 3 2 .600 ',4 Texas 4 3 .571 Vj Kansas City ' 3 R .333 2'A California 2 5 .286 2'/2 Saturday's Results Cleveland 9, Baltimore 2 Chicago 1-3,' Kansas City 0-2 Boston 11, New York 7 Texas 5, California 0 Detroit 8, Milwaukee 2 Oakland at Minnesota, snow Sunday's Results Cleveland 2, Baltimore 1 New York al Boston, rain Chicago 3, Kansas City 2' Minnesota 8, Oakland 4 Milwaukee 3, Detroil 0 Texas 5, California 2 Monday's Games Delroit (Lolich 1-1) at Milwaukee (Brett 0-1) California (Messcrsmilh 1-0] at Texas (Slanhouse 0-0), night Tuesday's Games Boston at Kansas City, night Detroit at Texas, nighl Cleveland at Chicago, night California at Milwaukee, night Oakland at New York, night National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. 5 1 .8l!3 - Sportsman 3 Man 4 Games Scratch Scores learn series: Schank . 2181; Bowlorado 2071; Austin-Austin 2065. Top men's series: Ken Larsoi 818; Mike Thacker 811; Bii Haas 7C1. Top team game: Schank Feeds 500; Bowloradd 558; Aus':in-Austin 538. Top men's games: Mike Thacker 244; Ken Larson 217 Reuben Dieterle 215. fhree hits in three times at the CARPET Shop TheOthm-ThM See Us t t u i Y - ····« ·· «j , iui i i u t t luia «jii iici- Rick Dumler, who hit a run r ° ra in the second game came :bring trinle. was the winning ? ff . fhe bat "f Mark Meeker. scoring triple, was the winning pitcher. "" St. Lcuis Meeker also had two hits in the first game. The Riders scor«d three' runs in the second Inning on (wo walks, an error and a single. The big Rider inning was the sixlh when they used a walk and five straight singles to score live runs. Final score was 9-1. Roosevelt carries a 6-6 Welco record and Highland is 5-7. ; Top Seven-Eleven Scratch Scores team series: Gill Ryun Wins KU Mile By ROBERT MOORE Associated Press Sports Writer .., « u l u «,u c , ,-,,. LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) High ladies series: Mardelle The track world had reason lo :wing 549; Joyce Casseday 525; wonder today whether world 'S?, ,m alb £"?5«S J ally record lloldcr Jini R 5' u " ·"«! more is the Jim Ryun of old. Ryun, hitting a comeback Irail iansen 561; Bob Eckhardt 553; he hones will lead to an Olym )ic Gold Medal, outran a classy field Saturday to win the Glenn Cunningham Mile in Ihe Kansas Relays in 3 minutes 57.1 seconds. Ryun, now with 23 competitive sub-four-minnte miles to his credit, was asked aboul his Olympic preparation time table after Ihe race and plied: Cloverleaf Saturday's Races 1, Oshkosh Curt 31.60, 12.20, 4.60; Arelhusa ll.BO, G.40; Inkan Art 3.80. Quiniela (1-7) 18420 Time 31.49. 2, Darbic 15.00, 5.80, 3.80; Sassy Penny 5.60, 3.00; E.B. Fleet 2.60. Quiniela (2-7) 42.00 Time 31.39. Daily Double (7-2) 357.60. 3, Mario Andrellj 10.00, 4 60 3.20; Grand River 7.60, 4.60; B.D.'s Fang 3.GO. Quiniela (2-4) 30.80. Time 39.70. 4, Cappy Ann 10.00, 4.20, 3.40- Peg's Charm 4.20, 4.00; Captain Pride 4,60. Quiniela (2-5) 17 60 Tibe 31.53. 5, Lonesome Flight 12.00, 5.00, 3.80 3-Queen Idio 4.60, 4:20; Rangers Roil Past Chicago In WHL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "The Cup is the dream of cv ery youngster growing up in Canada," said Vic Hadfield, a nol-so-young youngster who is captain of the New York Rangers. The "Cup" is, of course, the Stanley Cup. It is the prize the Hangers are thinking about following their National Hockey League semifinal sweep of the Chicago Black Hawks, including a 6-2 victory Sunday night. New York must surmount one more obstacle in its quest for !hc Cup. That obslacle is either t h e ' Boston Bniins or the St. Louis Blues, opponents in the other playoff semifinal series The Bruins lend 3 0 and de footed St. Louis 7-2 Sunday. Tim Rangers haven't been in ....,,, ,, .,.,,,. ,,,, 1 ,,,,, 6 ^ the Stanley Cup finals since of Tom Von linden of the Pacif- 1950 and haven't won the Cup ic Coast Track Club on the last since 1!)40. It's the opportunity lap which Ryun ran in 53.8. "I feel like I'm making some progress. A lime of 3:57 is right on pace for the Trials." If Ryun, who emerged from retirement of some 18 months more than a year ago, makes Ihe Olympic Trials, he compete in the 1,500 meters in which he holds the world record. He also has Hie world's best times ever in (he mile and the one-half mile. Rynn doesn't know right now when he will run again. He said he plans to sit down with Bob Timmons, the Kansas track coach under whom Ryun is training, and work out a schedule. Rynn, admittedly bothered by the delay in the race's start, was pleased that he was able lo respond lo the brief challenge 2-Black Sheila 3.40; Quiniela (3-8) 32.80. Time 39.62. S, Speedy T-Bird 6.80, 4.00, J2.80; Tintcrn Express 12;20 re- 5.60; El Fee Swan 3.20. Quiniela (3-7) 47.00. Time 31.63. 7, B.B.'s Eyewitness 9.00, 4.80, 3.60; Lassue 5.40, 3.60; Social Doll 5.40. 'Quiniela (1-3) 26.20. . . . Olympic Time 39.32. 8, Taylor's Diamond 6.40, 4.20, 3.00; U.S. Jaunila Jane 8.60, 5.20; Mo Luff 3.40. Quiniela (2") 22.80. Time 31.41. 9, Ikan Ace 24.20, 9.00, 3.GO; , . , . , . Vhile Eagle 13.80, 3.60; Casual ndian 2.80. Quiniela (3-6) 05.40. Time 31.28. __ 10, B.B.'s Top Job 5.60, 4.^0, .40; Empire's Havoc 5.20, 3.60; He's Pinetta Pet 2.80. Quiniela 1-8) 13.60. Time 31.18. 11, Pretty Gal 10.80, 4.60, 3.80; nisy Brooks 3.20, 2.40; )iamond Broker 3.00. Quiniela 2-8) 15.80. Time 30.99. Twin Quin (1-8 2-8) $101.20, 40 winners; Handle $3fl5,77C; Attendance 8,243. Ele valors 2527; Bliss Produce 2491; Louis Conoco 2490. Top men's series: Leonard Korgan 578; Fred Russell 570; Fig Ishiguro 568. Top team game: Gill Elevators 891; Alberlsons 884; Bliss Produce 873. Top men's games: Gig Ishiguro 217; Rob Vohs 215; Lcn- nard Korgan 20G. Al Classic Lanes Sandbaggers High learn series: Classic Lanes 2308. High the players have been waiting for. "I can'l feel any belter than I do right now," said Rod licrl, who, along wilh line........ and Bobby Rousseau, starred in Sunday's fourth victory. The Hangers fell behind 1-0 early as Bobby Hull put his shol past Ranger goalie Gillcs Villemnrc. New' York retaliated quickly on scores by Phil Go- yctlc and Rousseau. Chicago scored again on a Pat Slapleton shol in Hie second period but the Hangers attack surged again on goals by Hadfield and rookie Gene Carr. Gilbert and Rousseau ndricd Ihe final goals. Boston, which needs only a victory Tuesday night to qualify lo mecl the Hangers in the Cup finals, ngain dominated the game against St. Louis. The particularly feel said. "On Ihe final lap, 1 began to move mid I fell good then. If 1 cnilld have done 3:53, il would have beer, great. 1 thought I'd run faster." 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