Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1970 · Page 21
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Mon., May 25, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Par? 21 Lakewood Scores 7 Runs in 7th To Win State Title By PAUL MOLONIY Tribun* Sport. Editor The Lakewood' Tigers left Denver Abraham Lincoln Coach Pat Haggerty-and his Lancers stunned Saturday by producing ·to win the State Class AAA base- ball championship, 8-6 at Jackson Field. . Lakewood entered the final inning trailing Denver Lincoln, 5-1, and the outlook was dismal to say the least. The Tigers then struck with Rick Roberts walked and Dale Chikuma singled him to third. Mike McNeil doubled home Roberts and put runners at third and second. ·seven runs in the final inning devastating force in the top of had pitched long enough. He the seventh inning. Denver to a 5-0 win over Colorado Springs Mitchell Friday. Cue walked Dan Cramer to fill the bases. Roger May forced Chikuma at home then Tom Haggerty figured that Sopho- Melson singled home two runs more Pitcher Frank Martinez to narrow Denver's lead to 5-4. Quin Guslafson singled home called on Max Cue, who pitched the deadlocking run then Barry 'arker singled to left field to rive home Melson with the go- ihead run, ti-5. Lefthander Bill Schmeider re- ieved Cue and almost immedi- itely wild pitched Gustafson lome. Parker scored the final un on a throwing error on an nfield play. Denver didn't give up with- ut a threat. Steve Mendez, who lecame the first player to ever lat perfectly (1.000 per cent) in State AAA playoff, beat out n infield hit to lead off the iottom of the seventh. He stole econd after one out and scored n Cue's double. Pitcher McNeil then retired be side on a strikeout and outfield fly. The championship is Lakewood's first. The Tigers were tate runnersup in 1966. Denver jincoln was competing in only ;s second state playoff. In 1962 ie Lancers bowed to Grand unction in the quarterfinals. Lincoln scored its first run in he second on singles by Schnei ler and Rich Ware. Ron Holmes macked a 2-run homer in the hird. Ware tripled home a run n the fourth and scored on Marinez' single. Lakewood's first run came in he fifth of a single by Chikuma, single by Cramer and a sacrifice fly by May. Lakewood concludes the year with a 17-4 record, while Lincoln winds up with a 18-2 mark. * * * Championship R H Lakewood 000 010 7-S 10 Lincoln 012 200 1-4 10 MIIT COACH-Two unidentified Lakewood baseball pliyers converge on Coach Dean Pilcher (36) to give him tht triumphant ride after the Tigers scored seven times in the last inning to defeat Denver Abraham Lincoln, 8-6, for the 1970 Colorado State AAA baseball championship. It was Pilcher's first state crown. (Tribune photo by Paul Moloney) * * * One of the Best Balanced Fields at Indianapolis Sat. By DALE BURGESS Aisiclattd Prtss Sportl Writer INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) Three former winners will lead one of the best-balanced fields in history into Saturday's 54th 500-rifoe'auto race at the Indi- inapouV Motor Speedway. Th* 33-car lineup, rounded off In the final 10-mile qualifications Sunday, averaged a record 167.139 miles per hour. The old mark was 166.295 last year. The qualifying speeds ranged from 170.221 by Al Unser, who won the pole position May 16, to 165.373 by slowest qualifer Sammy Sessions. The 1969 field's spread was 170.568 to 160.851. Unser is not a former winner but the favorite of many Speedway veterans in his fifth .time. Bobby Unser will start for the eighth time. No really exotic cars made the program, although there are innovations in the British-built Brabhams and McLarens and the made-in-Germany McNamara. Eighteen of the cars are powered by turbocharged four-cylinder Offenhausers, 15 by turbocharged eight-cylinder Fords. Ruby and Jack Brabham, na live of Australia and three-time world road racing champion, rated among the top contenders qualified over the weekend, along with the second Bill Vukovich, whose father won the big race twice. Vukovich, unable to get his original Edmunds-Offenhauser up to competitive speed, jumped lempt. Al's brother Bobby, the into a Brabham-Offy and made 1968 winner, also is in the line-1 the line-up with speed to spare, up along with three-time winner nnt^ ^ico nnoiirioH cniiHiv aftpr A.J. Foyt Jr., and last year's winner, Mario Andretti, who set the race record of 156.867. Veterans almost crowded newcomers out of the field. Only four rookies make the program, the smallest number since 1960. Foyt, with 12 Indianapolis starts behind him, is approached in Speedway experience only by Lloyd Ruby, starting for the llth time, and Dan Ruby also qualified solidly after a string of six straight engine failures in the last three weeks, McEIreath was the only driver able to "bump" an earlier qualifier and squeeze into the line-up in Sunday's final session He joined Foyt's four-car team averaged 166.821 in his Coyote Ford, and eliminated rookie Kevin Bartlett of Australia McEIreath himself had been bumped by Brabham Saturday Gurney Jim McEIreath and The three weeks of practice Roger McCluskey, for the ninth!and the lime trials for the Me- morial Day race were run off vithout a fatality at the 61-year- jld racing plant where 52 persons have been killed. There vere 12 accidents in this year's 500 preliminaries but only Now Zealander Denis Hulme, former world champion, was injured, -le suffered severe burns on the lands and feet when leaking ! uel caught fire in his cockpit May 10. Three cars spun into the wall in the final qualifying and prac- lice sessions, all of them driven by men who have never made [he 500 line-up. None of the three, AI Loquasto, Jigger Sirois and Tony Adamowicz, was hurt. Adamowicz was among drivers who completed qualifying runs but failed to hold their positions when the 33 best speeds were posted for the line-up. Others were rookies Steve Krisiloff and Bentley Warren. eated Brighton, 7-2, earlier Saturday for third place. Mitchell enjoyed two 3-run sprees. Ray Zaremba led the attack and drew a walk. He had one with a single, double and home home run. run. Shorstop Stuart Ritscher doubled home two runs in the ixth inning. He also singled in Mitchell's other 3-run inning. Prep Diamond Champs Crowned In 3 Divisions By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lakewood, Fruita, Monument Revere and Erie share top hon ors among Colorado's top higl school baseball teams -- eacl holder of a class title. Lakewood came from behind i in (he last inning Saturday and| whipped Denver Lincoln, 8-6, for| the Class AAA championship, j The Lakewood nine rallied w i t h j seven runs after trailing 5-1 j going into the final frame. | The uprising Wifs sparked by! a walk, followed by a single : from Dale Chikuma. Pitcher! Mike McNeill doubled in t h e ; first run, Don Cramer walked, and Roger May was safe on a fielder's choice. Then Tom Mel-; son singled in two runs to tie! it at 5-5. Quinn Gustafson' ; Jones, McNeill (4) and Park er; Martinez, Cue (7), Schneider 7) and Montgomery. HR: iolmes, Lincoln, 3rd with 1 on base. Third Place R H Mitchel 013 003 0-7 11 Brighton _ 010 100 0-2 4 3 Harnly, Zaremba (6) and Eng- and, Nolson (7); Rosenbrock, Norman (3), Heng (6) and Ben nett. HRs: Norman, Brighton 2nd with none on base and 4th with none on base; Zaremba Mitchell, 6Ui with none on base Colorado Springs Mitchell d«- home runs by Bill Norman in the second and fourth innings. Mendez of Lincoln leads the All-Tournament team. The center, fielder went 7-for-7 at bal Others selected are: Lakewood; outfields--Quinn Gustatson of Lakewood, Bill Schneider of Lakewood and Zarembf ' of Mitchell; first baseman Paul* Willims of Mitchell; second baseman Dan Cramer of Lakewood, shortstop Stan Rosen- McNeil of Lakewood and Doug Harnly of Colorado Springs Mil- Brighton's only runs were solo chell; Catcher Barry Parker of Pitchers Cue of Lincoln, Mike brook of Brighton, third baseman Bill Norman of Brighton ' and utility Tom Melson of Lakewood. Tommy Aaron Plays it Coo/, Wins Atlanta Golf Saturday By ED SHEARER Associated Press Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) - Tommy Aaron refused to gamble on the 8th green Sunday but, after some 30 minutes as a nervous spectator, still cashed in the big chips in the $125,000 Atlanta iolf Classic and broke a 10- drought on the to shoot at the green but 1 was too far out... about 245 yardf T guess," said Aaron, a drawling Georgian who earlier had spotted the field two strokes with a self-imposed penalty on No. 14. "So I elected to lay up," he added with a smile, "and now I'm glad I did." Aaron concluded liis final year victory PGA tour. "1 wanted Aaron, a native of Gainesville, Ga., 50 miles north of here, built a three stroke lead with Sports Notes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Gus- birdies on Nos. 11 and 12. But then came Hie 14th, where he took a two-stroke penalty, and left the way open to a half|;dozen challengers. Aaron picked up his ball in the 14th fairway, looked up and saw a white line five to 10 feef tavo Palalox of Little Rock.j "It was quite a shock, to say Ark., defeated Frankie Parker of Chicago 6-2, 9-7 Sunday in a battle between ex-Davis Cuppers for the men's 45 division ti- the least," said Aaron, "I knew I had just donated two shots -to the field." .·( Winter rules were in effect tie in the Southern Seniors Ten- throughout t h e tournament; arid _:_ rn . ,,* f h o hurrnn fuiru/nvc: pnnlainaH nis Tournament. SEATTLE, Wash (AP) · the barren fairways contained |lined areas where players.were -- iallowed.to lift, clean and place round with a 69 and a 72-hole score of 275, 13-under-par over the 7,052-yard Atlanta Counrty Club course. He then watched as his challengers wilted on the closing holes under a hot Geor gia sun. Tom Weiskopf, who carried a England's Newcastle Unitedjlhe ball. But Aaron was outside Soccer team kept its North (the areas. American tour record in tacli "After I did that, hell, I was Sunday, defeating the Seattle- afraid to bend over and pick it Tacoma Soccer Club 2-1 before up anywhere," said Aaron. 2,900 spectators. one shot lead round, offered into the the final last and MONTREAL (AP ) - The Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League have sold forward Dennis Hextall to the Oakland Seals of the NHL in a 1 straight cash deal, it was revealed during the weekend. j "That was the lowest foqr rounds I ever shot as a pro,." said Aaron. "It's a great thrill to win, especially at home, although it's probably the hardest place to win." greatest threat, but fell into a deadlock for third place with a 277 when he drove into the water on No. 18, then hit into a trap and finally two-putted for a double bogey seven. Dan Sikes matched Aaron's closing 69 and took second place at 276. Joining Weiskopf at 277 were Arnold Palmer, South African Gary Player and Bert Yancey, the 1969 Atlanta cham- picn. Morquez Led Riders HALLANDALE, Fla. (AP). Carlos Marquez led the jockeys vak weightlifter Rudolf Strejcekjduring the recent 43-day Gulf- PRAGUE TAP) - Czechoslo- broke his own world record Sunday in the junior j si ream Park meeting with 40 heavy-]winners. three more than Cana- weight class by snatching 323.77;dian Sandy Hawley. pounds. FREIBURG, Germany Sieve C. Greenberg plays first (AP) base and captains Yle's base-- Australia won the Women's!ball team. He is the son of Hall Federation Tennis Cup championship Sunday, beating West Germany in both singles and doubles. of Famer Hank Greenberg. Osaka has been Japan's business capital for five centuries. ·VOLKSWAGEN T »MCKICA,IKC. GROOMING TALK Study in HAIR" by DON B A U E R Th« famous Sherlock Holmes story, "A Study in Scarlet," might well be paraphrased today tn read, "A Study in HAIR." Because nil eyes are on man's top piece, his symbol of virilily. 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Final all-sports standings at the close of the baseball season Saturday showed Kansas with 34 points and four championships and Nebraska 41 points and the share of one title -- in football. The Jayhawks.who won four of the 11 championships, took second in baseball to Nebraska's Uiird place to.pad its final mar- jgin. Oklahoma, which won only in tennis, and Kansas State which ;won in basketball, tied for third jwith 44'/2 points each. Missouri, which shared the singled in the next run and a. bad throw to homeplate gave! Lakewood a two-run win. In the AA championship. Fruita mounted a 13-2 win overj Las Animas Friday. Glen Ross; struck out 12, drove in four r u n s j with s single, a triple and a 1340-foot homer with one on in: Uhe fifth. i The Eastern Class A crown j was captured Saturday by Revere, 5-2, over Manzanola, behind the batting of Bob Louerj and Rich Sangers' bullseye! pitching. ' The Western Class A title j went to Erie in a 6-1 perform-j ance over Dove Creek. Mike' Hefftner whipped in 18 strikouts! for the winners. j The two divisions of the Class j A are shared. There is no play-j $1988" Delivered Greelcy 9th Ave. at 11th St. "The Good Grooming Corner" football crown with Nebraska, came in fifth with 51 points. Trailing wree Oklahoma Slate with 57V4, Iowa State 58 and Colorado 65'/2. In 1969, the Big Eight began officially recognizing its all- sporls champion and awarding a trophy. Stafford Pitches Sales NEW YORK (AP)-Bill Stafford, former pitcher for the New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics and Chicago Whit* Sox, has retired from the mound at the age of 31 to become a salesman. Stafford, a resident of Cheshire, Conn., is with Grolier, the encyclopedia publisher. He is assistant to vice president JGeorge de Lucia. MIAMI (AP) - Thousands of Cuban university students par jaded through downtown Havana : slreels Thursday "in homage to the four North American stu dents murdered during demon strations in Kent, Ohio, and in ( I protest of the U.S. invasion of JGambodia," the Cuban Radio 'reported. ^ $2683* Delivered Greeley off. Streaks Are Rewording DENVER (AP) -- After Joe Belmont was named acting coach of the Denver Rockets, he team won 17 of their noxt 19 games in the American Bas- tetball Association, including 15 n a row. Four days after the j winning streak was snapped, Selmont signed a contract for .he rest of the season as well as for the 1970-71 campaign. $2523° Delivered Greeley $2398° Delivered Greeley $2548* Delivered Greeley $2910* Delivered Greeley One hour of U.S. farm labor ast year produced 2'.4 times as much as il did 15 years earlier. Official Headquarters Baseball Equipment All Leagues Team Prices nun ARGENT PORT HOP 1008 84h Ave. Ph. 353-4567 Every man has his price. These are ours. And you don't have fo worry what the price 'will be after the extras. The price you see is the price after the extras. Because they're standard. Things like heater/defroster, windshield 'washers, adjustable bucket seats, even a combination ignition key and steering wheel lock, with an alarm in case you leave your key in it, 'ore all part of the car. You can't own a ^Volkswagen without owning them, too. (Things like whitewalls are extra, as you (might expect. But we tell you that in the *.) A Volkswagen won't only cost you less to 'drive out in. It'll cost you less to drive around in. Even the biggest VW, our boxy station wagon; overages 23 miles to a gallon of regular gas. (The sedans, everrthe Fastback and the Square- hack, average 26.) Even the expensive-looking Karmann Ghia only takes oil by the pint. " And no Volkswagen ever cost anybody a cent.for antifreeze. ., Even with automatic stick shiftt the bug and th» Karmann Ghia get about 25 miles per gallon. So do the Fastback and the Squarebackwith fullj outomatic.t . --^ So even the VWs that cost you more to driva, cut in still cost you leu to drive around in. Next To Gibson's BOB MARKLEY VOLKSWAGEN "Small Car Headquarters In Greeley" 353-3311

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