Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1969 · Page 27
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Volley Hosts Non-Ledoue Foe Wizards Have A 'Must' Game Friday Bv J I M EAKLF u--i , . . . . . . · » By JIM EAKLE Tribun. Sports Writer First place and undefeate Valley High School, 6-0, wi take the weekend off from Welc Conference play to host Salid in a non-conference encounte at Gilcrest, Friday at 7:30 p m Valley clinched at least a ti for the title last weekend wit a 62-0 win over Platte Valley Windsor is the only team tlm can tie the Vikings. Salida Tough 'Salida is presently 3-4 with two of their losses coming to triple-A Colorado schools. The other two losses were to mem bers of class AA top ten, Lead ville and-Fountain. Welco Games this week are all at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Windsor is at-Platte Valley, Weld Centra is at Roosevelt, College High i: at Highland, and Roosevelt is a Eaton. Valley Coach Ed Zulauf slated, "Salida has one of the Welco Football Conference Team W L T Ph. Opp. Valley 7 0 0 176 42 Windsor 5 1 0 7 8 2 7 Roosevelt 4' 2 0 96 56 Eaton 1 4 2 1 151 59 Highland 2 2 2 8 9 6 5 Platte Valley 2 3 1 65 106 Fort Lupton .1 5 0 102 167 Weld Central 1 5 0 54 151 College High 0' 6 0 54 169 All Garnet Team W L T Valley 7 0 0 Windsor 6 1 0' Eaton 4 2 1 Highland 3 2 2 Platte Valley 2 3 1 Fort Lupton 1 8 : 0 College High 1 6 0 Weld Central 1 6 0 PtiOpp 176 42 97' 27 59 89 106 211 175 175 Last Week Friday -- Valley 62,'Platte Valley 0; Windsor-9, Highland 7; Weld Central 28, College High 26; Roosevelt 12; Eaton 0; St. Josephs of Denver 44, Fort Lupton 14 (non-league). Thil Friday College High at Highland, Windsor at Platte Valley, Weld Central at Roosevelt, Eaton at Fort Lupton, Salida at Valley (non-league). All games begin at 7:30 p.m. best teams they have had in years. Last year we beat them 10-/, but this year they will be even tougher.'' The game will be a tune-up tilt for Oct. 31 when Valley wil tackle present second-placed Windsor at Windsor. The Wiz ards play Platte Valley this week, 7:30 p.m. at Kersey. Wizards Have Shot If the Wizards can win this tilt, it will give them a shot at tying Valley for the Welco ;ille. If a tie ensues, a playof] would be necessary to determine who goes to the state tourney. Windsor mentor Arlen Koeher is not even thinking about he big finale yet. "We-have to beat Platte Valley first. If we do, then I will think about the Vikings, but not until!" Koehler also stated thai Platte Valley is better than fast week's 62-0 loss over Valley 'Something happened to Platte Valley. T can't understand it. The Broncos are a team thai hrow the football well. They have several types of different ormations. It can throw a dc- ense off completely." Koehler is looking for a tough ;ame this weekend. It could be he toughest of the year. If the (Vizards don't win it, Valley will clinch the Welco loop title. The Wizards will use a start- ng offensive lineup of Gary Lrbes, left end; Art Mannon, eft tackle; Dave Snider, left ;uard; Harry Murphy, center; )ave Schlothauer, right guard; lien Eskew, right tackle; landy Knaub, right end; Gary Corner, quarterback; Jeff Manon, back; Mike Contreraz, ack; and Gale Schick, back. Koehler.- reported defensive ackle Paul Allen is out with a ·irus and would not play this week. Offense Prevails Friday Eaton and Fort Lupton will uel at Fort Lupton in a battle f offensive powers. Eaton is econd in league scoring with 51 points. Fort Lupton is in lird with 103. Fort Lupton is econd in total yardage with 645, behind Valley. The Reds re presently 4-2-1 after losing o Roosevelt 12-0 last week. The iluedevils lost to St. Josephs of Denver last Saturday 44-14. They are 1-5 in conferee play. Roosevelt Revived Weld Central -- after winnin their first game -- will ha' played a revived Rooseve squad. The Rough Riders ha' won their last three leagu games. Weld Central downe College High 28-26 last Frida [or their first win of the seaso College High is still winless. The CH Bulldogs will attem. to get into the win colum against the Highland Huski at Ault. CH coach Don Mi wood expects a tough ballgam saying, "Highland is a tea lliat can score on you in on play from anyplace on th Field. They are explosive. The lave excellent backfield spec It is a big game for us becau we want to get into the w column." College High lin't Bad Highland boss Orren Wrig said, "College High is winle but it hasn't done that bad. Rookie Named Top NFL Defender Wed. NEW YORK (AP) - Ji Weatherford, freckle-faced an red haired from Tennessee wl slays in the defense backfield lie Atlanta Falcons might ha' jeen a stranger when he cam .0 San Francisco last Sund: jut he was well known when 1 left. Weatherford recovered tw iimblcs, turning one into a 7 yard touchdown run, and inte :epted a pass as well as makin our unassisted tackles whi he Falcons upset the 49ers, 1 The rookie's fine performanc earned him The Associate 'ress' nomination today as d ensive player of the week in th National Football League. The Falcons drafted Weathe ord in the 15th round of th :ombined draft after he ha lompleted a brilliant career a 'ennessee as a defensive bad Although he is only 5-foot-ll an weighs 186, the fiery compel ive spirit look him to many co egiate honors. THE PANT RACK THE PANT RACK THE PANT R CK THE PANT RACK THE PAN! RACK THE PA RACK THE PANT NT RACK PANT RACK THE Famous Brand PANTS · Plaids · Solids · Muted Shades · Your Size! · Gel- Several! Open Daily 9 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 - 5:30 p.m. 2511 11th Avenue PANT RACK PANT RACK THE PANT RA THE PANT RACK ©copyright 1960, Pant Rack Ldt, .NT RACK PANT RACK THE. PANT RACK THE PANT RACK lot of teams just barely beat them. They could give us a battle." Wright cited College High passer Stan Luketich and re- c e i v e r Kirk Montgomery,! "These are a couple of good sized, quick boys. That Luketich can really toss. We will liave to stop them to win the ballgame." Highland has one injury. Tac-i kle Rick Dill will miss one §ame because of a back injury. He will play (lie final game. College High reports one injury in tailback Wayne Howard. He has a concussion. Millwood will use a starting lineup of Bob Shirley, center; Steve Meyer and Vern Morgan, guards; Paul Stamper and Joe Beydler, tackles; Dale Bindel and Kirk Montgomery, ends; Stan Luketich, quarterback; Ramon Klein, fullback; Steve Foster, tailback; and Dan Para- gas, slotback. Highland will counter with Jerry Cunningham, left end; Dave Rush, left tackle; Casey Quayle, left guard; Mark Pel- tit, center; Harvey Ralhbun, righl guard; Jetf Lacy, right tackle; Russ Meeker, right end; Mark Potter, quarterback; J. D. MacKcn/.ie, back; Bob While, lailback; and Ken Kidd, back. 1 Lasl week's results were Valley 62, Plalle Valley 0; Windsor 9, Highland 7; Weld Central 28, College High 20; Koosevelt 12, Ealon 0; and St. Josephs 44, Fort Lupton 14 (non-league. Men's Volleyball Tuesday's Scores (iilbaugh Agency Spikers def. Our Saviors Lutheran Church, 5-8, 15-6; Carnsey and Wheeler def. Weld C'ounly Bank, 15- I, 15-1; Garnsey and Whcelci def. Woodridge Team, 15-2, 15- l; Monfort Packing def. Schmidt Team, 15-3, 10-5, 150; Fabrique def. Grceley Na- ional Bank, 15-2, 15-8. Oct. 27 Schedule 6:15 p.m. -- Garnsey and Vheeler vs. Gilbaugli Agency; 7 p.m. -- Our Saviors Lutheran Church vs. Monfort Packing; ~:45 p.m. -- Weld County Bank 'S. Grecley Nalional Bank; 8:30 ).m., -- Woodridge Team vs. Schmidt Team; 9:15 p.m. -- "abique vs. Woodridge Team. Tlmrs., Oct. 23, 19(i9 GREELBY TRIBUNE Page 27~ Ken Still Leading ' At Pro-Am Tourney! Southern California is seeking Is fourth straight Irip lo Ihe lose Bowl. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Ken Still is golf's most happy fella. The world Is his oyster, par- icularly the world of sports. And that, incidentally, isn't restricted to golf. He's an avid ollowcr of all sporls, particularly the pros. The happy-go-lucky guy, a pro since 1961, made a brcak- Ihrough this year when he scored his first tour victory, in he Florida Citrus Open. He followed that with another riumph, holding off a drive by lary Player for the Milwaukee Open tille. And he recently earned with Gone Littler lo win lie CBS Golf Classic, a team iffair filmed at. the Firestone 'ounlry Club in Akron, Ohio vhicli will be released later this vinter. And he was one of Ihe top :andidates for the $20,000 first )rize when he tccd off today n the first round of the San 'rancisco Open. "I'm playing real good, just super," Still said. He had a parkling 67, four under par on he 6,677 yard Harding Park !olf Club course in Wednes- lay's pro-am lo back him up. "I missed the cut at the Salara last week," he said, "but here's a reason for fhat. I was 850-POUND ELK - Bill Bensler, 2435 W. llth St., bagged this whopping 850-pound elk Sunday afternoon on a hunting trip to the White River Area north of Glenwood Springs. It is a 7-point royal, meaning per- fect. It was the biggest animal Bensler ever shot. He is a graduate of Greeley Central and Colorado Slate and is presently employed by Flood and Peterson Insurance. (Tribune photo by Jim Eakle) Cherry Creek, Boulder Clash in Feature Prep By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five teams in Class AAA pi Colorado high school football arried undefealed records into nolher week of competition, but t least Iwo of Ihcm face unu- ually 'eek. tough opposition t h i s Three of these--Cherry Creek, rvada and La Junta--slill have crfect 7-0 marks. Denver Lin- oln shows one tie against five iclories and Fort Collins two es with four wins. This is the weekend outlook by leagues: Centennial--Cherry Creek, No 1 in The Associated Press sclioo boy ratings all season, will mee; Boulder, No. 2 and 6-1, at the jniversity city Friday night. Englewood, also battling for the eague lead, will seek its seventh win against one loss in a meeting with Arapahoe, debated 27-6 by Cherry Creek ast week. Northern--Fort Collins, llth in the poll, will play Grecley Cnn tral Friday night at Grceley Loveland, 6-1 and seventh in tin ratings, should prove loo stronj For Fort Morgan at Lovelorn the same night. South Cenlral--Pueblo Cen- ral, tied with Lincoln for No. 3 spot in the poll, lakes a 6-1 over-all mark eague record College Sophomore Looks Ahead For Stardom Career By FRANK ECK P Newsfeatures Sports Editor Jim Bertelsen is ihe lightest, mallest, youngest and least ex- erienced of the three Texas unning backs who hope to lead a second Conference ille and their first undisputed he Longhorns to traight Southwest 19, is one of the making headlines rown since the unbeatens of 963. Berlelsen, ophomores lis season. He is 5 foot 11, r eighs 197 and comes from ludson, Wis. The Big Ten missed out on this fine athlete. Good prospect, should set ots of action," is the terse com nent in the University of Texas rochure. Texas keeps its comments brief with the idea that ootball players might believe 11 the nice things said about lem. When Texas opened the 1969 eason against California, Ber- elsen put the firsl six points on board with an 11-yard dash round right end. Texas won 7-0 and Bertelsen, along with yards and completed 21 passes South, 21-7 conqueror last Sat- son quarterback accounted for scoreless dnnv. 319 yards and Ihree TDs in his first two games. PAT SULLIVAN: Auburn quarterback passed for three TDs and scored two himself in the first two games. o-caplain James uarlerback, was Slreet, the voted oul- anding back of the game. Ber- elsen also scored the next week gainst Texas Tech. Against avy he raced 47 yards for a D on Texas' firsl play from crimmage. Afler Ihrce games e had averaged 7.2 yards on 30 arries. Florida has three sophomores i worry Southeastern Confer- ice teams. John Reeves, Ihe allest quarlerbaek in the SEC t 6 fool 3, passed for 10 touch- owns in liis lirsl three games pace the SEC with ?59 yards airied passing. Carlos Alvare/,, Cuban refugee, averaged 19.8 ards on his first 25 receptions nd had five TDs. Tommy Durr- nce, a tailback, averaged 5.4 ards on his first 28 carries for he Gators. Sophomore Curt Watson of n his first 33 carries. He scored two TDs in (lie 45-19 win over Auburn. The first time Auburn sophomore Tommy Lowry carried the ball he broke through Wake Forest's line for 50 yards and a TD. Other sophomores who have been starring in the early college games include: GEORGE HUNT: Tennessee placekicker who hit on his first 17 conversions and on his first Iwo field goals. LARRY RUSSELL: Forest quarterback helped the Deacons score two upsets in their first three games. He Central at Montrose. rushed for two TDs, gained 364 in three games. TOMMY KENDR1CK: Clem- for a 61-yard TD play lo help California's Golden Bears upset Indiana 17-14 in Ihe lasl quarter. JACK MILDREN: Redhead from Abilene, Tex., led Oklahoma to a 37-8 victory over Pitt with TD runs of 13 and 78 yards. CHARLIE DUDISH: With 44 seconds led, the Georgia Tech quarterback fired a 21-yard TD pass to beat Baylor 17-10. It was the second straight time hoii 1 *""*^,' ["""j 3 '^' i pulled the Engineers from de-P ues Colorado I anel and a c l e a n into its Friday night game with Pueblo East, frinidad, No. 10 and 4-2, play last-place Pueblo Centennial at the steel city. Southern -- La Junta's high scoring outfit, sixth in the rank- ng and 7-0 to date, will face Pueblo Roncalli at Pueblo Sat- irday night. Lamar will play at Alamosa Friday night. Jefferson County -- Arvada's sixth-ranked league leaders go .0 Golden Saturday night and should be favored. Lakewood's defending state champions, No. 9 in the poll, took a 30-14 trim- ning from Jefferson Monday, their third against four victories. Evergreen is next on Lakewood's schedule. Southwestern--Grand Junction No. 8 in the poll with five vic- ories in seven games, will meet Wake C o r t e z Friday night. Oth- Sports Notes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) -- The borough of Brooklyn, home of the old baseball Brooklyn Dodgers, officially adopted the world champion New York Mets Wednesday. Abe Stark, borough president, made a proclamation at a Borougli Hall reception for '.he Mets. ust pooped after winning the" CBS Golf Classic." Still, a slim C-footer and now. !4, is enjoying his best year' 1 ' f the tour, with over $69,000 , n official money. And enjoying'J s the right word. : Some of his fellow pros critl-' ilze Ills easy, relaxed approach':.' 0 the game. But carefree Ken.','! ;ocs his own way. · '.' "I play my golf, but them's.; ime for other things, loo," he aid. The stories about him are le;ion. - · · He once charged on to a has- -t :etball court to challenge 7-foot- · Wilt Chamberlain and was : idviscd to "get out of here be: ore I stuff you through the , : lasket." He's a personal friend of-" 1 nany of the Los Angeles ·· )odgers and the Chicago Cubs.-'. 1 Juring the baseball season he eeps a sharp eye out for spec- ators who may have a. radio urned to a game and will inter-,- upl his round to ask the score... md inning. On football weekends hi?.., leads down the fairway with"/ transistor in his pocket, lis-, ; ening to a game. ,',... He's a very gregarious guy''. .nd is a great check-snatcherl.! --just won't let anyone pick up ., 1 check. And this year he's ' licking up more and more of he type you cash instead of lay. . ·[' HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Trinity college says it has received official word that its 13-43 tie with RPI Oct. 11 set a national collegiate record for he highest scoring lie game in oolball's 100-year history. The previous record, accord- ng to the Nalional Collegiate Sports Services of the NCAA, vas sel by California Tech and California Western in a 42-42 deadlock in 1968, and duplicated jy Franklin and Indiana Central in 1962. BOSTON (AP) -- Bill Daley, a fullback picked up as a free agent this year, has been elevat eel from the taxi squad to ttv regular roster of the Boston Pa (riots as they prepare for Sun day's A m e r i c a n Footbal League game against the Jets in New York. He takes the spot vacated by defensive end Mel Witt, a three-year veteran who was placed on waivers Wednesday. DUBLIN--Experts say a uni- 'ied Ireland is far off. Twins Name Rigney As 70 Mentor MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL .! AP) -- Bill Rigney, newly- i amed manager of the Minne- j ota Twins, is no stranger to.' ans in the Twin Cities area. The 51-year-old veteran pilot who Wednesday agreed to be- , ome Ihe highesl paid manager"' n Twins' history, was player-., manager of Ihe Minneapolis - Vlillers in Ihe American Associ-. alion in 1954-55. '·.' Higney, who got a 560,000 one- year contract Wednesday, waki.. ,he first choice of Minnesota President Calvin Griffith, who,, had fired Billy Martin as team"' manager in a surprise move., only a week ago. '/.'" The former pilot of the Call-, t fornia Angels and New York and San Francisco Giants has not. officially signed a Twins con-.;, 'ract, pending settlement of Ihe' remaining year on his .Angels'. PaCt. '..; / Rigney was relieved in the' 'irst month of the 1969 season : with California, after the Angels" stumbled in the starting gate. er league games are Delta at Durango and Grand Junction Denver--Lincoln's next foe is urday of George Washington, the earn that held Lincoln to a Grand Junction is still the team to calch in Class AAA scoring, showing an average of :5 poinls per game. Cherry eck's defensive forces have een slingy lo Ihe poinl of al- KEN ADAMS: Caught a pass lowing seven opponents an average of only 3.8 points. An average of 12.3 points per game kept Steve Mcndez of Lincoln at the head of the individual scoring list with 74 in six con- esls. The rumicnip is Ken Hill of Grand Junclion Cenlral with i points in seven games for an 1.4 average. Denver Druggist- teal. DENVER (AP) - A Denver JIMMY LACEY: Scored Ihe druggist Monday filed a $1 mil- only TD as Virginia upset Duke | inn damage suit against the executive secretary of the Colo- 10-0. LEV1 MITCHELL: Carriod (he opening kickoff 92 yards for Iowa in a 61-35 victory over Washington Stale. GLENN DOUGHTY: Ran 80 yards for a Michigan TD against Vanderbilt. Following week gained 19t yards on 29 carries in a 45-7 romp over Washington. Sophomores like these make rado Board of Pharmacy, claiming illegal means wi:re used when the stale charged him with selling drugs without a prescription. In his suit, Soymour Fink, president of Pfab Pharmacy Co., said David L. Simmons, the chief officer of the pharmacy board, "did unlawfully procure the administration of a drug by ennessee averaged five yards coaches smile, sometimes forifraud, deceit, misrepresentation three seasons. and subterfuge." Duck Season Opens Oct. 25th Dnxbak Hunting Clothing · Tants from 10.95 · Coals _.. from 11.95 · Shell Vest 4.95 Hunting Paks · Leather 19.95 · Rubber 13.95 Hunting Socks priced from 1.00 Electric Socks 9.95 Hunting Caps priced from _1.75 Hunting Gloves and Mittens priced from 79c Shop at Sargent's where people who hunt appreciate helping you with your needs. Guns . . . All calibers gauges · Winchester · Remington · Browning · Beretta · Check our Prices Ammunition. . Factory fresh, no reloads or rejects. Duck Calls Decoys Cases Cleaning Kits Binoculars BankAmoricard, Master Charge, Open Account OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT AS USUAL 1111 ARGENT PORT HOP 1008 Sth Avc. Greeley Ph. 353-1567

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