Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1972 · Page 33
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54 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thuns., April 27, 1972 ' Tribune Scoreboard Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Ltigu* East Division W. L. Pd. G.B. Detroit 5 3 .625 Baltimore 5 5 .500 1 Cleveland 4 5 .444 rt Boston 3 5 .375 1 New York . 3 5 .375 1 Milwaukee 2 5 .286 \Vi West Division Minnesota 5 2 .714 Vt Chicago 7 3 .700 -Oakland 5 3 .625 1 Texas 5 5 .500 l'/4 Kansas City -5 6 .455 2 California 4 6 .400 2V4 Wednesday's Results Minnesota 3, Boston 1 California 3, Milwaukee 1 Chicago 7, Cleveland 5, 10 innings New York 4, Oakland 2 Detroit 8, Texas 1 Kansas City 5, Baltimore 3, 5V4 innings, rain Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games Minnesota at New York, (N) California at Baltimore, (N) Chicago, at Detroit, (N) Oakland at Milwaukee, (N) Cleveland at Kansas City, w : -f ·····- Boston at Texas, (N) National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 5 2 .750 -Montreal 5 3 .025 1 Philadelphia 5 4 .556 l'£ Pittsburgh 5 4 .556. 1W St. Louis 3 7 .300 4 Chicago 2 9 .182 5 V, West Division Houston S 2 .818 -Los Angeles 9 2 .819 -San Francisco 5 C .455 4 San Diego 4 7 .364 5 Cincinnati 3 6 .333 5 Atlanta 4 8 ,333 5'/4 Wednesday's Results San Francisco 8, Philadelphia C, 10 innings St. Louis 9, Atlanta 4 Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 6 Houston 5, Chicago 4, 10 innings New York 5, San Diego 1 Los Angeles 2, Montreal 0 Thursday's Games Philadelphia (Selma 0-1) at San Francisco (Cumberland 02) Cincinnili (Oullelt 0-2) at Pittsburgh (Brilcs 0-0) (N) New York (Gentry 0-1) at San Diego (Norman 0-1), (N) Montreal (McAnally 0-0) at Los Angeles (Downing 1-1), (N) Friday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago Pro Basketball Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Championship Wednesday's Results New York 114, Us Angeles 92, New York leads bcst-of-7 series, 1-0. Thursday's Games No game scheduled Friday's Games No game scheduled ABA Division Finals Wednesday's Results East Division New York 118 Virginia 107, 3est-of-7 scries lied, 2-2. West Division Indiana 105, Utah 99, best-of-7 series tied, 3-3. Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games No games scheduled I U M \ . v ,1 , Torn;Maguire's Lead Holds Iri' Last Week of Sweeper Tom J. Magulrc looks like the likely winner · of the "Bowl Down Cancer" benefit bowling tournament. His 738 handicap scries has held for several weeks and with only one week of lite sweeper left, entries are ,.., yf\yiiincr list grew : as Ihe tola! .went over, ^ ht:-; jGreejfty owiers may -gritty the. s Sunday. Virginia Mlzuno 639, Leonard Korgan 638, Moses Domingucz 638, Willa Anderson 637, Rlieiny Siegfried 637, Willa Anderson 636, Richard Joes 636 ami Sieve DeAngelis 636. Ed Hoppe 634, Eddie Stevens S34, Tom Maguirc 634, Wes Barnaby 633, Marilyn Lauridsen 632, ROH Kolberg' 632,'Tom J. Maguirc.631, Alice CraV.cn 630,' George--Wolfe 630, Ted .Blehm 630,-.]Rbl»rt. : .Felte;629;-. ' '.·. ' ' ' Kf!tW-«airtib'flckfiJ'dM.v; : '--I;e'Qi-a C^veW r ;iS^G?l||ftfiS^r^i:iB^, iri cciak GG3. ami Albert Larson s' 1 \ ·' · . (Jeffrey Roifman 659, Gary Bftvman G5I}, Jo\m lUipple 658, T\$y Smith 657,' Tom J. Maguire 657-, Delmai';McQueen 6.56, Gary Bojvman 652,'.Kenneth Krau'se 65)^ Ed Morclicad 650. .Gary Bowman 647, Karl Kuck fi4^, Fred Morita 645, Donald Schmidt 640, Karl Kuck 640, Little League Tryouts Set For Saturday ' . Tryouts for the National League of -area Liltle League baseball are -set for 8 a.pi. Saturday at Paul Hoshiko Field in norlh Greeley. Boys are lo bring gloves and hals. Following tryouts, coaches will hold Ihe player draft. . . 622; -flay *.£4uW · 621; L/frby-Holm 621/tfjtfJd$gii'jre 620, Eorge Wolfe 620, Harry Kricgcr 620. John Ramsey 619, Eddie Stevens 619, Jerry Freautf 618, Tom Magulre 6lV, George V/alfe 616, Tom J. Magulrc 616, Wayne Adams 616, Clarence Garner 615, George Wolfe 615, Fred Morila 615. Dale Heimke 614, Gary Bowman 614, Jon Edminster 613, Lee Alford 612, Jerry Freauff 612, ,Andy West 612, Tom J. Ma- gulrc.' 611, Virginia Foos 610, Tom J. Maguire 610 and Charles Rains filO. Hockey Pro Hockey At A Gl«ict By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NHL Playoffs Championship Wednesday'! Result! No games scheduled Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games No games scheduled Allanla al Pittsburgh, (N) St. Louis at Houston, (N) Philadelphia at San Diego. (N) New York at Los Angeles, (N) Montreal at San Francisco, (N) R a l p h i e a Mama BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- llalphie. the University of Colorado's athletic.mascot, became a mother Tuesday. Handlers of the 800-pound buffalo cow said Ralphie gave birth to a 65-pound female calf at the Hidden Valley Ranch north of here. It is Ralphie's second calf. The first died in a snowstorm during the football team's -trip to the Liberty Bowl in 1069 when Ralphie was accompanying the team. Ralphie is one of the better known mascots in Die area. She leads Ihe football team onto the field before the game and circles the field several times during games, generally pulling her student handlers at a hard City Softball Deadlines Set · Deadlines loom for teams planning to enter the Greeley men's summer slow pitch softball program. Sponsor foes must be paid by 5 p.m. Friday, or teams will not be entered. Team managers will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Recreation Center to form divisions and league schedules. The Slow Pilch Softball League will be highlighted again Hits year by the All-Star break and city tournament. Call Hod llahn or Andy Tiquet al 353-C123, ext. 291, Jor further information, JUST A SECOND -- II depends whose side you are on, whether Eaton's Tim Kawakami was just a second too late or Valley's Slan lirunlz was just in time for this putout at first base in Wclco baseball action recently. Valley -won and · went on to win the Welco crown again. (Tribune pholo by Steve Bauer) Bowling Highlights Greeley Ladies Top team series: Woolco Depl. Store 2278. Top women's scries: Ina Honaway 499; Mary Garcia 495; Hannah Speed 403. Top team game: Woolco Dept. Store 832. Top women's games: Mary Garcia 1%; Ina Conaway 187; Elnora Kuekcr 181. Splits picked up: Elnora uckcr 2-7; Luella Evers 2-7; Lillian McMillan 2-10; Donna Falk 4-7-10; Hannah Speed 2-7; Edythe Gcuff 5-7; Peggy Glendenning 3-4-7-10. CLASSIC LANES Classic Mixed Scratch Scores Top learn series: Classic Lanes 2018. T o p men's series: Ed Markley 583; Fred Klouda 551; Ray Lordcmann 548. Top' women's series: Ginny Foos 512; Elsie Markley 459; Sherry Sydow 451. Top · team game: Classic Lanes 722. Top men's games: Hay Lordcmann 237; Ed Markley 208; Gene Eyenson 199. . Top women's games: Ginny Poos 211; Elsie Markley IfiO; Sherry Sydow 171. Wed. Nile Jets Scratch Scores Top learn series: Ann's Beauty Plaza 2008. Top men's series: Ralph McDonald 568; Glenn Waterman 502; Jerry Wiggcll 524; Deri Fulilman 505; Hob Fry 500. Top women's series: Carlenc Fry 501; Ebanore Wiggctl 501; Eunice Scott 493. Top learn game: Ann's Beauty Plaza 676. Top men's games: Glenn Waterman 218, 204; Ralph McDonald 209; Jerry Wiggctt 197. Top women's games: Carlene Fry 188; Eunice Scott 181; 'enny Frank 172. Splits picked up: Plamcr 1-7-9. your RODS: Spinning .... Casting ' Fly Trolling IS HERE REELS: Push button Open-face Spinning Single action fly Automatic fly Trolling All Accessories Hooks Sinkers Bobbers Swivels Hook removers Knives stringers Lines Leaders : Licenses , available here Quality Merchandise At Competitive Prices A Complete Line of Lures and baits Boots and Creels Tackle Boxes Landing Nets nrm lARGENT PORT HOP 1008 Blh Avc. Esther COLUMBINE BOWL Ten Pins Top team scries: HM plumbing Healing 1748. Top women's series: Jean Basse!! 501; Donna Harris 493; Alice Baker 487. Top team game: HM Plumbing Healing 624. ' Top women's games: Alice Baker 191;-Marge Murray 179; Mary Miljer 179. Splits picked up: Lucy Weber 4-5-7; Evelyn 1'iel 6-7-10. Mon. Afternoon Ladies Top team series: Alice's Antiques 1862. Top women's series: Sharlane Moser 519; Leona Moser 516; Lois Cullen 507. T o p w o m e n ' s games; Sharlane Moser 204; Leona Vloscr 191; Donna Markley, Lois Cullen 185. Spills picked up: Belly Mc- Carlliy 5-10; Dora Stevens 5-0; Shirley Eckhardt 2-10; Sharlane Moser 5-7; Belva Hoke 5-10. Friday Night Mixed Scratch Scores Top team series: Business Machine Service 2098. Top men's scries: Bob Arn- brcchl 616; Myron Waymirc 589; liuck Spalding 545.. Top women's series: Dot Frichus 521); Juanita Boslrom 510; Rona Arnbrechl 492. Top team game: Business Machine Service 819. Top men's games: Bob Arnbrecht 248; Myron Waymire 220; Ray Friebus 210. Top women's games: Rona Arnbrechl 202; Betty Orr. 192; Juanila Bostrom 191. Spills picked up: Helen Johnson 3-6-7-10; Cal Johnson 57-9; Myron Waymire 5-7; Bill Kennedy 5-10; Belly Orr 5-8-10. Kiley's Drive In Cleaners 85-47; 3, General Tire 82-50; 4, Weld Counly Lumber Co. 75-57; 5, : P i n n a c l e Park C6-6G; 6, Wicdeman Motors BS'/z-Bli'A; 7, Coppercrafl Guild 65-67; 8, Al's Cuslom Upholstery Gl-71; 9, Red Garter Lounge 56-76; 10, Monforl Portion Foods Inc. 50 82; 11, Merna's Flowers 49-83; 12, Lowell Paul Dairy 49-83. COLUMBINE BOWL Mon. Ladies League Final Standings 1, VFW Post 2121 2, Singer Co. 85-47; 3,- Frank's Seed and Hatchery 85-47; 4, Columbine No. 1. 71V4-60 1 /.; 5, Alice's Antiques 68'A-63'A; 6, Jones Co. 68-64; 7, Bestway Disposal 6V-6T; 5, Pioneer Cleaners 58'A-73Vi; 9, Brumley's Floor Covering Sa'/i-VG'/i; 10, Columbine No. 2. 55V4-VB'A; 11, Century Music 5478; 12, C.C. Kersey Garage W- CLASSIC LANES Classic Mixed League Final Standings 1, Classic Lanes 88V-43tt; 2, · KAWASAKI Motorcycles · MERCURY Outboards ·JOHNSON Outbonrds S T A R C R A F T Boals Foldout Campers · R I V I E R A Campers Trailers Sales and Service LUTHER EQUIPMENT 1328East1filhSt. Ph. 352-9.193 Fewer People Spend More $$ On WHL Games SEATTLE '(AP) - Fewer people spent more money to see ' .Western llocfcey League teams'in action this season, Bill MacFarland, WHL, president, said Wednesday. "The league look in more dollars than .ever before despite Seattle's . miserable "showing," MacFarland said. Seattle won only 12 of ils 72 games and accounted for most of the league attendance drop with 97,000 lewer fans. Overall, league attendance was 1,032,233 - down 56,000, he said. "Denver was up about 50 per c e n t , ' 1 MacFarland said. "Phoenix was up 35 per cent and San Diego up 14 per cent. San Diego had its bcggest attendance in 1969-70, 302,000 paid, bill this year the club drew more dollars even though Iheir attendance was about the same as last year,, while Salt Lake was down a little. The WHL president said he was working still on the projected sale of the Salt Lake club. Golf Notes The Greeley Country Club Women's IB-hole Golf Association will start play at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Starling times will be announced. All members are invited. Those nol lislcd may call Faye Lair at 451-2232 or Margaret Houlchens al 352-7681. UNC Scrimmage Slated Friday The football Bears from UNC will go through their third major scrimmage of spring drills Friday afternoon. Coach Bob Blasi's forces will begin practice al H p.m. with Ihe scrimmage slated to begin about 3:45. The public is invited lo attend. SCSC Ousted From NAIA For 2 Years PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) Southern Colorado Stale College lias been handed a two-year suspension by the National As socialion of Intercollegiate Alh- letics (NAIA), the school's alh- lelic director said today. Harry Simmons said the suspension, which prohibits SCSC parlicipalion in any NAIA tournaments, was the result of Ihe school's decision Ihis year lo play in the Nnlional Collegiate Athletic Associalion college division basketball tournament rather than Ihe N'AIA tournament. More racing and sports cars have been built in Britain than in any other country. ABC TRANSMISSION Auloor Standard La Sslle 284.6213 rishbacfc. CAMERA SHOPS nr, Quality Color Prints '······· lWE SHOW YOU HOWl 826 9th St. 352-2442 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 8:30 HP SURPLUS STORE S Wooiworth Is Next Door To UsI Men's Double Knit DRESS SLACKS Polyester; large selection. PATTERNS or SOLID COLORS. '12.50 Young Men's BUSH JACKETS Color, Sand, Navy and White. * 13.50 CAPER-BELLS si w , a , te36 . Choice Colors a^id Lengths. Values to 13.50. '5.50 Boys' Bell-Bottom Jeans Regulars and Slims, White, Colors and Blue Denims. '5.00 Men's Dress STRAW HATS Good Selection. '3.98 Boys'HARNESS BOOT Popular Dark Brown. A " Sizes - Vohies fo 13.50 '7.98

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