Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 29, 1972 · Page 19
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 29, 1972
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Bears Batter Tigers, 15-0 [ISat., April 29, 1972 (Colo.) TRIBUNE 19 'COLORADO SPRINGS - All nine starters hil safely for the University of Northern Colorado baseball team to boose the Bears to a 15-0 rout .of Colorado College Friday afternoon. The game .was called after six innings, due to a 10-run rule that automatically awards the game to the team ahead by ten or more runs-after'six innings. The Bears were scheduled for a 1 p.m. game today at Denver University. UNC's ace lefthanded pitcher, Bruce Vaugh, allowed but four hits in the abbreviated game. Larry Draper, CC's starter, was met with some rude treatment from UNC baiters and gave way to Rick fienoit in the fourth inning. The Bruins had an east time In gathering their ninth win of Bear Golfers FallToWSC; Defeat Regis The University of Northerr Colorado golf team finished be hind Western State and aheat of Regis' to capture seconc place in a double dual match he season. In the six innings, after Nicks walked, and Vaughn Three more UNC runs scored JNC sent 35 men to bat, an crossed the plate on a single '" M* 6 s ' xtrl i aided by a triple iverage of nearly six 'per in- - -' ~-"--·- Tribune Scoreboard ling. Totals Friday afternoon at Highland Hills. Western Stale nudged the! Bears, 10M to Vt, and stopped! 00 ( 0 ) Regis, 12% to 5',i. UNC de-! Goelt g e lf feated Regis, 10V4 to 7W, t o j G f i f f i n ss avenge last weekend's win by!°' Connor . °f Reels that ended the Bears' un-| Heildriclison ' en in the fourth, n the sixth. rips and six runs . batted Division teams. UN'C scored its first. two and Rich Ziegler, ing wilh · a trip] on a single by Ni Ziegler's single, ecled his Ihird 1 by singling home Nicks. The Bears collei in the third, both loaded. Stan Hum * * UNC (15) Cheek, rf Nicks, ss Ziegler, 3b DeMeo, c Burehfield, cf Leonida, 2b Holmes, Ib Hmnbarger, If Vaughn, p beaten streak. Mallinger, Ib Jim Knipp of Western Stale i B e n n i l , 3b-p took medalist honors with a Draper, p one-under-par 70. [Ledger, rf Brian Severin was UNC's lowest scorer, shooting a 73. Severin, only a sophomore, moved from.the No. 6 spot to the jNo. 5 position on the squad this week, Ur^C's.record is now'9-2. Thursday, May 4, the Bears travel to Colorado Springs to face Colorado College and Western 'State in a double dual at the BrOadmoor Country Club. Carmichael, ef-3b Felch, 2b Totals UNC CC ... Bnice Vaughn ix per m- inning but ght bailers irsl, seven n the third, and seven eo led the Us in fiye batted in. Crated No. ng College st. two runs i single by Don Nicks the second ears a 4-0 ted the i'nn- and score c . Following 3eMco col- of the day cks. d two more Hi the bases rger scored * ab r h bi 3 2 1 0 3 3 2 2 4 3 3 2 5 1 4 6 3 1 1 1 4 0 1 0 5 1 3 1 4 2 1 0 4 2 2 1 35 15 18 13 ab r h bi ' 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 -Q 0 2 0 0 0 19 0 4 0 R H E jy Zicgler. The fourth inning saw UNC idd six more runs to their total is ten men came to bat. Dean Burehfield singled and started the scoring parade on ti double by Ron Holmes. Hum- jarger singled and Vaughn garnered an RBI with a double o send in Holmes. After Benoit replaced Draper, Check walked to fill the bases. A walk by Ziegler scored Humbarger and DeMeo's third hit of the day scored Vaughn. Cheek and Ziegler later scored on an error by Colorado College shortstop Dan Griffin. 01 UCMCO S. \ Nicks and Ziegler both sc«rert as DeMeo delivered the sixth jxtrn base hil for the Bears. DeMeo scored later on a sacrifice fly by Burehfield. The homeslanding Tigers managed lo get one runner as far as third base in the fourth inning. Vaughn struck out 10 of the 19 batters he faced to run his record to 4-2. Vaughn is currently ranked fourth among College Division pitchers in earned run average. UNC is now 9-7 for the year, while Colorado College stands 1-5. By Th« Associated Press Playoffs NHL Championship Friday's Results No games scheduled. Saturday's Games No games scheduled. Sunday's Games New York al Boston, afler- noon, Isl game of hcst-ot-7 series. Monday's Games !\'o game scheduled. Tribune Sports Pages Marcus Newton, Editor: Steve Bauer, -Assistant NL Baseball Sub Poc By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Joe Pepitone had a stomach ache. Jim Hickman played instead and turned out lo be a real pain in (he neck for the Cincinnati Keifs. Hickman, filling in for t h e ailing center fielder, belted a pair of three-run homers Friday lo carry the Chicago Cubs lo a 10-8 victory over the Reds. "I didn't expect to play, nol with a right-hander pitching,' said Hickman. But the fact that Jack Billingham throws from the same side es Chicag thai Hickman hits from didn't bother the veteran outfielder, lie hammered Billingham's serves into the seals in the firsl and third innings. Ilickman's barrage was gooc medicine for Manager Leo Durocher, who came out of a hospilal to manage his firs! game in a while. He walchec his team halt an eight-game losing streak. "Hickman will slay in the lineup," said a happy Duro cher. "I'll certainly have lo lake another look al him." In the olher National League o Victory | games Friday, the Atlanta Braves bombed the Pittsburgh Pirates 13-5; the SI. Louis Car- :dinals trimmed the Houston As- |tros 7-2; the Philadelphia Phillies beat the San D i e g o Padres 3-0; the New York Mels defeated Hie Los Angeles Dodgers G-l and the Montreal Expos slugged San Francisco 8-6. American League results: Minnesota 4, New York 1; Baltimore 12, California 2; Detroit 12, Chicago 0; Oakland 5, Milwaukee 1; Kansas City 4, Cleveland 0 and Texas 9, Bos- Ion 5. A t n o f i r r m 1 p n n i i p Playoffs NBA Championship Friday's Results No game scheduled. Saturday's Games No game scheduled. Sunday's Games New York at Los Angeles, afternoon, New .York best-of-7 series, 1-0. Monday's Games No games scheduled. leads ABA Division Finals Friday's Results No games scheduled. Saturday's Games East Division New York vs. Virginia at College Baseball By The Associated Press Oklahoma 2-1, Kansas 0-0 N o r t h c r n Colorado 15 Colorado College 0 Colorado State 3, Brighnm Young 1 Utah 9, Wyoming 3 Idaho Slate C, Boise Stale 5 Nebraska at Kansas Stale, ppd. wet grounds Oklahoma State 11, Colorado Missouri 2-8, Iowa Slalc 1-7, 1st game 11 innings Arizona 9, Texas-El Paso 0 Wildcats Third In Ft. Morgan lampion, afternoon, besl-of-7 series tied, 2-2. Only game scheduled. Sunday's Games No games scheduled. Monday's Games East Division Virginia at New York West Division Indiana at Utah, bes(-of-7 scries tied, 3-3. Detroit Ball imorc Cleveland Boston New York Milwaukee American League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B 6 3 .CC7 .545 .400 .333 .333 1 .250 3Vi West Division Minnesota Oakland Chicago Texas Kansas City California .750 - ^222 603-15 18 000 000-- 0 4 4-2) and Bob DeMeo; Larry Draper (1, 1-2), Rick Benoit (4), and Al Hendrickson. Spartans Edge Cats In Gymnastics Meet dreeley 'West ' beat Greeley Central, 99.63 to 96.30, in a very close gymnaslics duel al Greeley Central Friday nighl. II- was the Trophy Meet, and West's win gave them another Floor Results exercise: Al Anluna, point , towrds Trophy. the All' Sporls The highlight of Ihe meet for Greeley West was (he trampoline event. Central was leading by 4'/4 points going into the trampoline competition. John Belo, Dennis GC, 6.95; Dennis Gierhart, GW, 6.65; Lonnie Hilzer, GC, 4.5; Phil McCucky, GW, 4.15; John Belo, BW, 4.05. Long horse: Steve Robinson, GC, 6.£); Belo, GW, 6.3; Aniuna, GC, 5.95; Elaine Richards, GW, 5.3; Duwaine Kavcny, GC, 4.85. Side horse: Barry Greenfield, GC, 4.8; Alan Smi!, GC, 1.25; West's Gierhart took 1-2-3 to pul Ihe Spartans ^ ahead by Iwo ppinls in the team; standings. Central never re-15.2; gained The lead. The side horse -evenl was C e n t r a l ' s highlight. Barry Greenfield look first, Alan Smit Mike Tucker, GC, 4.05; Gary Greenfield, GC, 10; Bob Anderson, GW, 3.95. High bar: Bob Snidow, GC Mark Ishiguro, GW, 4.6; Warren Silzman, GW, Scotl Reynolds, GC, Kaveny, GC, 3.65. Trampoline: Belo, GW, 5.7; took second. Mike Tucker took Gierhart, GW, 5.2; Tim Crim- third and Gary Greenfield tookjmins, GW, 4.05; Ken Parker, fourth. West's John Belo won the all around honors. Tigers Ro By BRUCE LOWITT Associated Press Sports Writer "The pitches just -weren't gong where I wauled them," Tom Timmerman said apologetically. "I'd try to throw a slid-jr inside but il'd end up outside. But I guess I had a lot on 'em." · The apologies were hardly necessary. Detroit's tall right- hander had so much on the ball Friday night that the Chicago White Sox could barely gel their biHs on it, ending up with a measly three singles. The Tigers, meanwhile, had no trouble whatsoever with the offerings served up by four Chi- Trevino, 2 Share Nel By BOB GREEN Associated Press Golf Writer DALLAS (AP) - "I usually come out of spring training II Over Ch cago hurlers, hammering out 14 ( lu'ls for a 12-0 romp. . c Ed Brinkman and Norm Cash ! each drove in four of Ihc runs s as Detroit retained it's one- c game American League Kast I lead over Baltimore by snapping the While Sox' seven-game winning streak. Baltimore also had a big nighl al tte plate, pounding California 12-2. In other American League games, Minnesota beat the New York Yankees 4-1 Kansas Cily blankefl Cleveland 4-0, Oakland defeated Milwaukee 5-1 and Texas outlasted Boston 9-6. In the National League, the Others son Lead son lhal Ihe 32-year-old product of the Dallas slums who would like nothing better than lo win icre-- has led or shared the FORT MORGAN - Coming off its thrilling win of Ihe Grecley Inlracily Meet, Greeley Ccnlrai's Iriick team had lo settle fpr third place in ihc Fort Morgan Invitational here day night. Generally, Centra! limos were slower. Wildcat coach Jeff Hancock altribiiled weather, "much il to colder cold thai cinnati 10-8, Atlanta blasted St. ·7-2, COLORADO'S LARGEST " STOCK OF SHOCKSMUFFLERS 15MINUTESERVICE ^COLLINS MUFFLER SHOPS 2401 W. 10th 353-2537 GC, 3.4; Tom Hendrickson, GC, 3.15. Parallel bars: Richards, GW, 5.55; Kavcny, GC, 4.7; Barry Greenfield, GC, 4.5; Belo, GW, 4.3; Malt Martinez, GW, 3.85. Still rings: Martinez, GW, 5.35; Kaveny, GC, 5.3; Sitzman, GW, 4.25; Snidow, GC, 3.7; (lie) Belo, GW, 3.35, and Tom Adams, GC, 3.35. All around: Belo 23.0 (average 3.83); Alan Smit 21.2 (average 3.51). about this lime of the year." Lee Trevino, who has had his problems this ssason, was talking about Ihe four-under-par 66 lhal slaked him lo a share of the rain-delayed firsl round lead in the $125,000 Byron Nelson Golf Classic. It was (he first time this-sea- cad at the end of a round. The flamboyant Trevino, winner of the Athlete of the Year ready to regain his form vhcn he finished Ihird in lasl veek's Tournament of Champions. AR John Ralston New Coach of The Broncos Wed., May 3rd 12 noon Luncheon Community B!dj?. He will he accompanfet by some of his players and sfaff. All people Interests arc frivltcd (o attend, Admission $2 per per Bon. Reservations for the luncheon should he phoned lo 353-2604 or UNC Netters Clout Mines For 10th Win GOLDEN -- The University f Norlhern Colorado lennis cam continued its domination f Colorado teams with an fi-1 vin over Colorado Mines Friday fternoon. The Bears, now 10-2, have not osl to a Colorado team this fear. They could preserve that ecord by Defeating Colorado College today in Greeley. Rick Moore, Mike Mallick, David Ray, Milch Fricdfcld, and Rick Huffman took singles victories for UNC. Mines' only win of Ihe day as by Nicky Pruilt, who wen :hree scls to down Fran Me- Srail. All three of UNC's doubles teams won. Singlet Rick Moore (UNC) def. A alrme here except for a bogey i lix on the third hole F'rklay. 352-7037 by 3 p.m. Monday, May 1st. Sponsored by The Greeley Quarterback Club Pike 6-1, 6-3. def Pitlsburgh 13-5, slopped Houston delphia silenced San Diego 3-0, Ihc New York Mcfs whipped Los Angeles 6-1 and Montreal turned hack San Francisco fl-G. Timmennan, almost ex cltisively a reliever before (his season, was hoping lo develop into a fourlh starter fur 'Ihe Tigers--hill shaky showings in spring appear to have him headed for the bullpen once again. Once Ihc games slarled couiv ting, however, lie wns n differ- cnl man. In his last ouling he pitched seven innings of two-liii ball. His teammates couldn' hack him up, (hough, and lit lost 1-0 to (he Orioles. This lime Ire was even more effective, limiting the While Sox lo jusl one liil through the firsl seven. Still, he couldn't accept his well-deserved praise. Ml · .636 .545 1 ,500 2 .364 3 Sunday's Games Minnesota at New York, 2 Chicago at Detroit 1 Oakland al Milwaukee Cleveland nt Kansas Cily, 2 Boston al Texas California al Baltimore Monday's Games No games scheduled National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Spurs Clout Bucks DENVER (AP) - Portland's attered Buckaroos, who have cored but one goal in two los- ng efforts against Denver in he Western Hockey League's .ester Patrick Cup playoffs, re : urn lo home ice tonight to re- jroup for tire third game. Denver goalie Bob Johnson shut out the Buckaroos Friday night, 5-0 in the second playoff. Bailie. Denver won the first ame, 4-1, Wednesday night. Johnson turned aside 24. shots while at the other end of ttie rink Jim McLeori and Dave Kelly were facing a barrage of 51 Denver shots. McLcod made 35 saves but gave up all five goals before Kelly came in lo relieve him. With just 50 seconds gone in the first period Denver started its blitz, with Floyd Thomson connecting on a closein slapshot which slashed into McLeod's stick and knocked it aside. By the lime Portland warmed to iis work in the Ihird period, Denver had a 5-0 cushion and wns concentrating on saying Johnson's shutouts. New York Monlre.'il Phtliidclphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Thursday," and the fact Central trackmen had extended them selves so much Thursday night, Team scores were: Tori Collins S2, Norlliglenn 51) Grecley Central 45, Regis 25 sterling 13, Fort Morgan 10, Brighton 14. Louis Grecley ' Central highlights I'hlla- were led by Wildcat sprinters. /,ack Forrier won the 220-yard [lash with a time (if 22.6 seconds. Jay Anderson won the 440-yard dash with a time of 51.8 seconds. The Wildcat mile relay team of Fcrricr, Larry Gehring, Boh Cowlcs and Anderson won with a time of 3:34.2. Bob Cowles ran a 2:00.7, his career best anil n new Grecley Central school record, hut had lo settle fnr second In the 880- ynrd run. Bertram of Regis won with a time of 1:58.1!. Lee DcHoer was second in the high jump a! 5 feel 10 inches. Greg Cogswell was fourth. Gehring was third in the 2ZO-yard dash. Fcrricr was second in tin. Chicago .800 .700 .G3G .455 .3G1 .250 West Division Houston D 3 .750 Los Angeles 9 4 .692 Vi A t l a n t a 5 8 .38!i W* San Francisco 5 R .355 VA Cincinnati 4 7 .301 4W San Diego 4 9 .308 514 Sunday's Games Atlanta at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Montreal al San Francisco, 2 St. Louis at Houston New York al I^os Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego, 2 Monday's Garnet Houston al Pittsburgh, night New York at San Francisco Philadelphia al Ixs Angeles night Only games scheduled Golf Notes I Grcelcy Country Club's i8- ,ole Golf Association weekly ournament Tuesday, May 2: No. l.Tee Q a.m. B. Brown, J. Reid, '. Allely, T. King; 0:07 E. Nottingham, G. Wall, ". Wells, P. Schniimberg. - : 9:14 E. Rotlhaus, T. Sleelc, . Sunnier, B. Smith. ; ·9:21 T. Adamson, D. Ver Linen, N. Linden, H. Meyer, 0:20 J. Schreibcr, C. Fuller, . Mktdaugh, A. Evans. 9:35. D. Marich, A. Morris, F. Gllberl, M. Houtchens, 9:42.J. Boslion, H. Williams, 5. Baton, I. Johnson. 9:49 J. 1 Unman, J. Holhman, D. Flood, F. Lair: ·9;5pJ,.Carlson, 11. Wheeler, ..Anderson, F. DiocgcmueHcr. 10:(H E. Fine, P. Plttock, F. 3cson, G. Ewlng. No. 10 Tee 9 a.m. C. Meyer, C. Peterson, P. Cress, P. Rhymes. : 9:07 M. Anderson, B. Dally, 7.. Gold; E.. Kroger. 9:14 B. Nclsnn, M. Quirk, T. Todd, V. Wagner. 9:2i D. Wood, !·'. Melhmiser, T. Weiss, D. Arnold. 9:28 J. Atkinson, V. Lee, M. Todd. 100-yard dash. Anderson was third in the 100. Pat Heine was fourth in the .shot pul. Kric Carlson was fifth. The winning shot pul throw was 57 feel SVi inches by Mnlnix of Norlhglemi. FM Golfers Win Northern STICKLING - Fort Morgan beat four Northern Conference foes, including Grecley West He would have had the \caa- )nn(l 'u rcctcy Central, in a high- "Those par five holes illing me," he said. As il is, he shared the lead j scoring goif quadrangular here Friday. Team scores were: Fort Morgan 217, Grcelcy vilh Chi Chi Rodriguez j West 225 (ireeley Central 226, Rob Murphy, both of whom' l S l o r " n g m - - - t i ! ...m. t Pir'h i\Vn1 credited improved putting with! I?ic;h N ' Ciil of Grcelcy Central] ' . ' ". ,,..,! A : F . ~ i^:«« n .. ~f t'***..i:.*.. i hejr four-under-par efforts on he Preston Trail Golf Club course^ The ' course was inundated vith I'/z inches of rain Thurs- lay, which washed out Ihe scheduled first round and nished the lournamenl format lack one full day. It's now slated lo close wilh an IR-hole round Monday. and Mike Kinncy of Sterling! shared medalist honors at 40; on Ihc par 38 course. Grecley Central scores: Itich Xeal 40, Kevin f-cwis 43, Stacy Williams 44, Handy Walrolh 53 and Handy Scott 4f,. Grcelcy West scores: Brad Ritlcr 4f, Brad Odlc 45, Alan Abrams 48, Tim Hoberlsnn 46 a n d ' f l l n i n c llerdman 44. Mike Mallick (UNC) Fred Eulich 6-2, 6-0. David Ray (UNC) dcf. Bcrnie Parrolt 6-2, 7-5. Milch FriedfeW (UNC) def. Dick Czarnowski 6-4, 6-2. Hick Huffman (UNC) dcf. Burt Flanigan 6-1, 6-2. Nicky Pruitt (CM) def. Fran McGrail 6-2, 4-6, 6-3. Doubles Mallick-Ray def. Pike-Eulich M, 6-1. Moore-Friedfcid dcf. Pruill- Czarnowski 6-3, 7-6. Steer-Huffman dcf. Flanigan- Gilbert 10-7. Fine OVER 35 MODELS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE ,,.-_ LIBERTY WAS NOW ALL SIZES AIL MODELS JUST 12X52 $6479 S1279 COMMODORE 12X40 WAS S4794 NOW $4779 00 KNOBHILL 12X60 WAS $7987 NOW $4679 $45 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF GREELEY Space Rental GuaranluedFor One Full Year Wilh Purchis* ^ 200 NO. 35th AVE. GREELET k V . PARK SALES OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9 353-3781 HUNTER MOBILE HOME SALES CO. WHO LEASES THESE REALTOR B A N K E R EDUCATOR ACCOUNTANT SALESMAN BUSINESS MAN I N S U R A N C E BROKER ENTERTAINER '72 Bug $ 53 55 per month 72 Faslbach $7 A 03 / t per month '72 Squarcback $7953 per m o n t h '72 Bus '94 65 per month AT GREELEY MINI LEASE Bnscil on .1 34 monlh loasc. Sales lax on each jwym«nt .icldilional. 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