Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1973 · Page 19
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2* UREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri., April 20,1173 450 children will compete Area Special Olympics set here April 26 Some 450 children from t h r o u g h o u t N o r t h e a s t e r n Colorado will journey to Greeley April 26 (next Thursday) for the area Special Olympics at Jackson Field. All entrants are enrolled in special education programs. The Special Olympics was founded about five years ago by the Joseph S. Kennedy Foundation as a means of encouraging athletic competition for children with special needs. The local competition will get underway at 9 a.m. Thursday with a parade of the athletes. Music will be provided by the Platte Valley High School marching band. The competition,.which will Iastuntil3p.m., will include the standing long jump, the soflball throw, the one-mile run, the high jump, the 50-yard dash and the 300-yard run. Kntrants will be grouped according to age (6-10,11-13,1416, 17-19 and over 19) for each event. Five places will be awarded, with ribbons to be presented to each place. Top placers in the local competition will qualify for the Colorado Special Olympics, which, will also be held at Jackson Field here May 18-19. The entries in the competition Thursday will include some 150 'children from the seven area districts making-up the Weld Board of Cooperative E d u c a t i o n a l S e . r v i c e s (BOCES), 120 from School District Six, 30 from Sterling, 60 from Fort Morgan, 30from Fort Morgan, 30 from the Greeley Community Center, and 15 from the community center in Erie. Both .-meets arc being sponsored by the Weld BOCES, with Dr. Karl Schmidli, special education director, in charge. Students in Dr. Max Shirles's recreation classes at UNC will run the events in both competitions. Hamburgers and soft drinks will be provided 'for all entrants by McDonald's. Funds needed to stage both meets have been provided in part by the Greeley Kiwanis Club. Since the Colorado' Special Olympics will be a two-day affair, housing for the more ' lhan 400 participants must be provided. Some320bedsin UNC dormitories have been promised, with about 100 more i needed. Gunler Pool and other UNC . facililies will also be usedMor ' the state competition. Swimming will be added- to the list of events for that meet. KS»f'. CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE -- Jose second inning action of the opening game of a Cardenal of the Chicago Cubs makes a vain doubleheader. The Mets broke a 29-inning effort to steal second base but was run down by scoreless streak Thursday and went on to win IheNew York Mets' Felix Millan (16), top, and the first game, 3-1. (AP Wirephoto) John Milner (28). Milner tagged him out in the Senate OKs appointment of controversial Robinson By CARL MILLIARD Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) -- Goy. John Love's appointment of William Robinson of Denver to another term on the Colorado Wildlife Commission was approved 4-1 by the Senate Game, Fish and Parks Committee Thursday afternoon following a second hearing. Robinson's appointment will now go back to the full Senate for consideration. Two weeks ago, the Senate committee rejected Robinson's appointment but the Senate refused to approve the action and sent his name back to the committee for reconsideration. Robinson, a former commission chairman, was opposed by representatives of several organizations who criticized him for being instrumental in the enactment of a split big game season. But his supporters rallied behind him at hearings Tuesday and again Thursday, saying Robinson represented good game management and conservation. Among his severest critics was Gil Hunter, who represents the Colorado Wildlife Federation and who at one time was Colorado's game management director. Hunter said under the leadership of former director Harry Combs and Robinson, Colorado's game situation has "gone downhill." Hunter recalled how, in 1963, he had cautioned a western Colorado wildlife commissioner that a peak had been reached in lhe game population, and a decline would follow. Hunler said the decline did, in fact, follow. Hunter was lhe only opponent to appear Thursday to testify against Robinson's appointment. Appearing in support of Robinson was Carl Roth, a private citizen from Lakewood who said attacks on Robinson because of commission aclion are unfair. Carl Bush, a spokesman for the Rocky Mountain Sportsmen's Federation, said Robinson recommended the firing ol Harry Woodward, the director of the Colorado Wildlife Division, for his participation in a goose hunt at Greenwood Village outside Denver. Bush said Robinson is stand. ing in the way of Woodward's becoming a dictator over the commission. He said he found fault with some of Robinson's actions but said, in referring to his membership on the commission, "if one member is guilty--so too are the others." American Sportsman Club. He was equally critical, however, of Rep. Eldon Cooper, D-Thornton, who appeared Tuesday and accused Robinson of being "arrogant" because Robinson said he had no constituents to answer to. Cooper said flatly that Robinson had "gone to bed" with private organizations such as the American Sportsman Club and that such clubs are inlerested in game preservation but only for their own purposes. Baker suggested that Cooper was naive to believe a commissioner could bow to the wishes of all pressure groups. And he suggested Cooper might have suffered financial losses as a licensed guide and outfitter because he didn't get what he wanted from the commission. Robinson spoke briefly after the others gave their testimony and once again told the committee "if you want a rubberstamp commissioner, I am not your man." i Robinson said he opposes staff policies which "led to near-disaster through a lack of long-range planning and a complete unwillingness of our staff to consider the present and future public interest." Robinson said the architect of that "near-disaster" game policy several years ago was Gil HUnter, now retired. Robinson Spartans get highest total ARVADA -- Greeley West gymnasts lost to Arvada here Thursday but the Spartans scored the best team total of the season with 90.61 finish. Arvada scored 102.72 team points. - Dave Schott scored a personal season high in vaulting with a 7.3 to place third. Schott was second in the horizontal bar event with a 4.8. Matt Martinez was .the only West event winner, taking first in the still rings with a 5.55 average. Martinez was third in the parallel bars event with a 4.55 and tied with teammate Phil Mc'CIuskey for third in the floor exercise with a 6.66. McCluskey was only two tenths behind Arvada's Mike Prince in the all-around. Results Vaulting -- Younkerman, A, 8.55; Suslad, A; Schott, GW; Seifert, A. Floor exercise- Yonkerman, A, 6.85; Hawkins, A; (tie)' Martinez, GW, McCluskey, GW. Side horse- Hawkins, A, 4.35; Anderson, GW; (tie) Prince, A, and Krieden, A. Horizontal bar- Taylor, A, 5.9; Schott, GW; Nesladeck, A; Prince. Parallel bars-- Atkinson, A, 6.05; Sustad, A; Martinez, GW; Prince. Still rings -- Martinez, GW, 5.55; Prince, A; Quitana, A; McCluskey, GW. All-around- Mike Prince, A, 27.42; Phil McCluskey, GW, 27.40. : Hawaiian Club wins tourney The Hawaiian Club, traditionally strong in the City Recreation Volleyball league, won the Men's Volleyball Tournement Wednesday with two games over Moore Realty, 15-8, then 15-2. Moore Realty had to battle back through the loser's bracket in the tournament by winning a series prior to meeting Hawaiian Club · Hawaiian Club defeated Moore Realty in an 8:15 p.m. set, 15-7, 15-8. Then Moore Realty defeated J.V. Smith, 1511,4-15,15-11, in the consolation bracket at 9 p.m. Then Hawaiian Club and Moore Realty met in the finals. In earlier consolation games, J. V. Smith beat No Names, 154, 15-2; Monfort of Colorado downed Monfort Packing, 15-8, 15-5 and J. V. Smith' defeated Monfort of Colorado 16-14,10-15, 15-7. The final Men's Tournament standings were: 1, Hawaiian Club; 2, Moore Realty; 3, J. V. Smith; 4, Monfort of Colorado; 5, (tie) Monfort Packing and No imes. Need bike parts or accessories? KEEP YOUR EYE ON 1211 Ninth Street FAT OVERWEIGHT The Odrinex Plan can help you become the slim trim person that you would like to be. Odrinex has been used Successfully by thousands all over lhe country for 14 years. Get rid of excess fal and live longer. 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High's division-pacing Bulldogs c h i n g m o u n d Thursday as Raul probably can't clinch the Welco Assn. North Division title until they win their two final games, but Thursday's big H-0 shutout over Roosevelt here was a major step toward that goal. With only two games left on the schedule (Windsor, Monday and Fort Lupton, Tuesday), University High has to either win both or look to second-place Highland to lose a game and fall back. The Bulldogs are now 9-3 in the Welco division standings, 94 overall. Highland, led by lefthander Alan Kinoshita, is now 6-3, after Wednesday's 5-3 win over Platte Valley. Roosevelt's fine hurler Herrera gave up 12 hits to the Bulldogs while Ken Sudduth pitched his finest game of the season, giving up only a single hit and only two walks. Sudduth was 1-2 for · the season going inlo lhe game and hadn't pitched 'an entire game yet. The senior Bulldog broke out of his early-season struggles Thursday though and struck out eight Rider batters to get the key victory. Roosevelt threatened only once. After a walk and an error put two men on base in the third inning, Dave Hernandez hit a ground ball single between short stop and third base as the ball took a bad hop. With the bases loaded and only one away, Sudduth struck out one batter and forced a ground out to end the threat. Four University High batters got two hits apiece -- Doug Hause, John Haefeli, Gary Rusch and Bert Thomas. UH 020 010 8--11 12 5 Roosevelt ' (100 000 0 -- 0 1 4 Ken Sudduth (W, 2-2) and John Haefeli; Raul Herrera (L), Monly Kroh (2) and Kroh, Herrera (2). 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