Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 1, 1972 · Page 28
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28 flRTSBLEY (Colo.) TIUIIUNE Moti., Mny 1, 1J172 { Busch Ties 100, 220 Marks Davies Vaults 16-7V2 at SCSC '·'.' PUBBl.O -- Aflnms Sl.nle Colwin in !lic mile run was Ilic iipsel winner as (lie Univcrsily of Northern Colorado sweep in Ilic 440. ! track loam foil lo second place i The Rears look firsl in Ilic · a t [he seventh animal Soulheiirnexl three events to regain Ihe -Stale came nn strong with ii|Mincs 2lt, Weslern Slate 27, iiiul the .Colorado Collie 0, Metro Stale 0, Colorado Slate College Invitational Saturday. A 1-2-3 finish in the -l-lO-yard dash and a 1-2-1 finish in the · 880 yard run gave (lie Indians ·'the margin they needed to Irini :i)NC: Adams Slalc Totaled 02 poinls to 58 for t h e Bears. The Bears rtid have some | bright spots through, led by pole vault sensation Van Davies. Davies. who lias been break- lead. Merlin O e t k i n cleared 6-f for a first place in the high jump, Busch took the 1W, and Lynn Iliggins won the 120-yardiSlate, Colorado Mines. Results: · 1 4 0 Hclay-UNC (Klmei llaynos, Handy Kchwurl*. Kent Toinpkins, Mick Husch), 42:3; :l|sC.SC; Adams Sliite; Western high hurdles in 1-1.7. | Shot Put-Armstrong, FH, 52- Inability to place in olhcn(t''i; Love, SCSC); Weber, K I I : field events hurl UNC's chances I Greg Kucra, U N C ; llcmpshill, of winning Ihe meet after Adams Stale's near-sweep in the 880 turned the meet back 4:21.1; Bciilon, in Hie direction of the Indians. SCSC's Don Bailey, claimed be made a "mistake" SCSC. Mile-U'ilson, Adams Hdhcrls, ·UU-.vard hit. Hurdles Sisk,| Ttircc Mile linn- Pcnkn, KM, Mines, 5-1.3; Sntcgnn, AS; Cliiirli-s Wick, U N C ; Smiill, AS; Ovcrinrj, SCSC. Gail-yard Hun- Virago/a, AS; 1:55.3; Wilson, AS; Sims, CM; lieimre.qard, AS; Seiker, I'M I. 220-yiird Dash- Mich Busch, UNC,' 21.5; Bailey, SCSC; Grant, SCSC; Nichols, AS; M:aa.V; Vigil, AS; Starhnuk, CM; Menein. WS; Ftorlrtn, CM. M i l e (Johnson, Nichols), Marinicci, A: Pole UNC, Vaiill- 16-7' 2 ; Fit; Van Davies, AS: Spencer, WS; Cliggclt, WS. ·110-yard Dash- Nichols, AS, 49.0; X,arav.i)ga, AS; Johnson, Phillips, AS. llogan, Gardner, Heltry-Adiuns Wilson, 3:20.4; KCSC; Ktnle Mines; UNC. Triple Jump- Tntc, WS, 411-1; H u g o Jiu'iibsmeyer, U N C ; Bailey, SCSC; Mick'Cook, U N C ; Hussoll. WS. Javelin-Schcvlcr, KH, 215-2; Lcrvold, I'M I; Itogcr Melvin, Schntfer, U N C ; Bear Defensive Unit 'Stingy' in Scrimmage Van Davtoi CM; AS; U N C ; Bob G r a n t , SCSC. ing records riqhl and left lalely.'on the jump, leaped 24-5!'.! to AS; Sclmider, FH; Harms, CM. cleared the bar at llt-7'. 2 for'.win t h e long jump. Western! High .limp- Merlin Oetkin : another UNC record. Davies is also Ihe top ranked pole vaultcr in N'CAA College Division competition. : Sophomore sprinter Mick Bnsch tierl (wo UNC records in winning Ihe 100- and 200-yard dash. His 0.6 lime in tlie 100 tied the old mark set in 11164 by Ron Welch. His 21.5 in the 220 equaled the slardard set in 1070 by Paul Medeiros. State's Suhrey Tate captured the triple j u m p in 49-4. UNC still hud H chance to overtake the I n d i a n s going into the mile relay, but suffered a sharp setback as Adams Stale won the event, compared to a fifth place finish for the Boars. The Bruins oulscored Adams Stale's subrey Tint captured wilh SCSC earlier in the season. UNC's next meet is Salimlay as the Bruins host Ihe annual 'UNC'c 440-yard relay team of'UNC Invitational, the last home ~ ' ' ~ ' meet of the season, at Jackson Elmer wartz, Haynes, Randy Kent Tompkins. Schand UNC, 0-0; Vngcr, SCSC; Pillman, CM; Hiidon, FH; Rick Jabro, UNC. ItXl-yard Dash- Mick Busch, UN(;,'n.li;; Prior, WS; Williams, AS: Hiirris. SCSC; Kent Tlmmpkins, UNC. 120-yard High Hurdles- Lynn Higgiiis, UNC, 1-1.7; Sisk, CM; Webster. SCSC; Steve Fleer, UNC; Shearmaer, FH. Long Jump- Bailey KCSC; 24- 5!b; ttrant, SCSC;' Talc, WS; Russell, WS; Armstrong, WS. Discus-Armstrong, FH; 147- Field. Tribune Sports Pages Marais Newton, Editor: Stevo Biuier, Assistant UNC Tennis Team Wins Eighth Straight NC learn, gained revenge by The UNC tennis team jnsl keeps rolling along! Bill lleiss 1 Bear netters Saturday won their eighth straight dual tennis victory -- and npped Busch started the meet with the Adams Slate ti2, UNC 58, fii-sl Bear viclory, bill AdamsjSCSC 49, Forl Hays 48, Colorado|Finesilvcr, UNC. DU Presents With 3-2 Viet ·,i . By N I C K LARSON land brought Jim Wishmeir i n j l c y seeking revenge ··X UNC Student Writer |lo relieve Blair. Wishmeir, aiFriday's 15-0 drubbing by DENVER -- The fans wereunember of DU's basketball hears" in Colorado Springs. Sclmeffler, Fll: Hyndman, their'scasoii record to 11-2 -- by SCSC; Hcmnhill, SCSC; Mikcjrolling over Colorado College, Former Greoley Central tennis s t a r , Rick Moore, only a junior, and freshmen Kick Huffman and David Ray continue to pace Ihe UNC efforts. Number one in singles matches, Moore carries a 10-3 mark, as does Rav. Huffman is 10-2. for|Heath Trackmen ^Second in Meet treated lo a dog show, but the Denver University baseball team was hounded wilh the thought of'one weird inning that cost the game. £ The University of Northern 'Colorado graciously accepted a /['free gift" from Denver's team, met wilh some bad luck. A wild pitch by the pioneer J U N C (3) reliever scored Holmes andjChcek, r[ advanced Cheek and Nicks. An Nicks, ss error by DU catcher Chuck|Zeigler,3b Parker " then brought homo;DeMco, c Cheek with the third imearnedjBiirclifielrt, cf run of the inning. Rich Ziegler Leonida, 2b PiSneers in the form of three I finally ended the inning by .Unearned runs in the eighth inning' to push UNC to a 3-2 win Saturday afternoon. grounding out. Denver finally ended the inning by grounding out. ' · T h e canine capers were b y j Denver look an early 1-0 lead a Scottish terrier, who made at|in the second inning when Skip Holmes, Ib Humbarger, If McCoy, p Totals Denver least half a dozen appearances 'during the game, lo the delight of .the crowd and to Ihe chagrin of (he umpires. .-·; But by the end of the eighth inning il was Denver University's team lhal wanted to find a doghouse to crawl into. The Pioneers had a 2-0 lead when disaster struck. ': Dennis Leonida led off the decisive eighth inning wilh a walk, and advanced to Ihird as Ron Holmes hit a fly ball lo D e n v e r rightfielder Frank Frietas, who hobbled il for two-base error. ·· After Stan llamharger struck out, Leonida scored on sacrifice fly by Pat McCoy, 'i Walks to Jefl Cheek and Don Nicks loaded the bases for UNC Korty hit a home run over t h e l £rielas, ! ' r short righlfield wall. DU added another run in Ihc ourlh as Dick Malacek doubled wme Tim Waner, who reached )ase on a single. McCoy picked up his sixth vin of the year for UNC, striking oul 11 in the process. :Ie vielded four hits in the game. The double Bears plays executed two in the contest. Sfeinke, ss Waner,3b 'arker. c Korty, Ib Malacek, If d i a m o n d , Armstrong, 2b , cf Wren, ph Blair, p Wishmeir, p Kamier, ph Totals Both involved Leonida, N'icks, and Holmes. The loss led Denver 3-11 for the season. UNC, currently on a four-game viclory streak, now 10-7. The next game for UNC is - - - . Wednesday at 3 p.m. when Parker. ab r h h bi! FORT COLLINS -- Heath OJJunior High furnished second ii 0 a track triangular here Fricla\ 0 wilh I.esher and Longmonl. g! The Panthers, paced b 0iHarvey Sluipc's victories in Ihe l):mile and pole vault, rolled up 0 55 one-third points. Lesher wot 0 (he meeting with 64V3 points 1 Longmonl trailed with 31 Vi. 11 Heath won seven firsl places wilh Shupe's 5:08 Time in Ihe mile and Rick Vafl's 50-4',- O'heave in Ihe shot put being the r j l t o p performances. Next meet for Ihc panthers ab r h 2 0 3 3 bi 0 0 1 I 0 0 is a triangular here Triday. John Evans Tops jValley by 7-0 In doubles competition, Moore iiul Steve Brown carry a 7-2 nark. In the Friday meet, Mitdi ''riedfeld, the lone senior on the The Broncos Are Coming Wednesday The Broncos'are coming! That is ... some of the Broncos and John Ralston/ new head coach, are coming to Greeley Wednesday. They'll be feted by the Grcelcy Quarterback Club at a noon luncheon at the Greeley Community Building. Ralston will speak and ths new Bronco highlight film will be shown. Reservations for the luncheon were to be made by 3 p.m. Monday. But anyone wanting to hear the new coach speak or see the film can probably still attend. P h o n e 353-2604 for information. opping CC's John Silver in two ets, 7-C and 6-3. Silver had de- caled Friedfcld in three sets vo weeks ago in the meet at oiorado Springs, a meet UNC Iso won by a 7-2 score. The esults: Singles Rick Moore, UNC, def. Steve lunter, 6-1, 7-5. Mike Malleck, UNC, def. John loncure, C-4, G-3. David Ray, UNC, def. Glen lillcr, G-4, 6-4. Mitcli Friedfcld, UNC. def. ohn Silver, 7-C, C-3. llney Weatherman, UNC, def. Uiles Flcsch'c, G-4, 6-3. Doubles Hunler-Moncure, CC def. Huff. nan-McGrait, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Miller-Silver, CC, def. Steer 'earcc, 7-6, 6-3. (UNC won third doubles match jy default.) U N C 000 000 030- DU _010 100 000- .McCoy (w, 6-1) and DeMeo. 1 0 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 L A SALLE -- John Evans 0 0 Q ' J u n i o r High scored Us eighth 0 0 o| straight baseball victory of the 2 season here Saturday, beating Valley 7-0. Chuck Bowles, who had two 2 4 R H E 3 3 ^RBIs, got the pitching victory, 2 4 Blair (1, 3-2), Wishmeir (8), and 3 striking out nine batters in Ihe five-inning ballgame. Mike Edgerton had two RBIs Colorado College invades Gree- UR-Korty, DU, none on, 2nd. |the plate. and Jon Bressler had one. Rick Dumler went two for three from 33 NFL Players Now Free Agents '! Thirly-lhree National Football League players, including ·such stars as Bart Starr, MacArfhur Lane and Ray 'Mtschke of Green Bay, Bill Munson of Detroit, Dick -Gordon of Chicago, and Clint Jones and Gene Washington of Minnesota, became free agents today. · It is not known 'now many GROOMING TALK by LIKE SURPRISES? Th-r-r, don't toll us hov/ you v/ar,f your hair styled, Ix-C3u',c- the results will be Just what you ordc-rc-d . . . not tome unpleasant surprise! If you v/ani to let us care '··lor your hair make an oppcir,tmc-nt to see our s t a f f . You'll like there-suit'.. MR. GROOMING FOR MEN DIAL 353-5071 For Appointments S t h A v o . a t l l t h S I . 2nd Floor Above Farm Fare Cafeteria of the 33 have actually played oul their options with the purpose of seeking a job with another club and how many are caught in the situation revolving around the wage- price freeze. But they officially became free agents at midnight Sunday, having played last season without contracts and not having yet signed for the 1972 campaign. The NFL \vould not disclose the names of the dissatisfied players, hut the Associated Press learned the names of most of them. An NFL spokesman said lhat when the league has gathered together the names of all the unsigned players, il would send oul notifications lo each of Ihe 26 cluhs telling them of the free agents. "They can then negotiate with any of Ihe players and the players arc free to talk wilh any team," he said. The group of unsigned players was reduced by five over the weekend when r u n n i n g backs Donny Anderson and Hoy Shivers arid fjuarferback Gary CIJO//.D signed wilh St. I/juis, tight end Alvin Rct-d came to terms with Houston and q u a r - terback Hill K i l m e r signed with Washinghn. The three St. Louis signing t r i m m e d the C a r d i n a l s ' dissatisfied list lo three--guard .he O'Donnell, linebacker Mike McGill and defensive taokle Rolf Krue«er. Minnesota, however, led the lisl with seven unsigned players, including receivers Washington, John Henderson -ind Al Dtnsen, r u n n i n g hack Jones, light end Bob Brown, and defensive b;ic's Charlie Wrsi and N'ale W r i g h t . Finks said I h e Vikings would n-.t i i K c i i i i i t to f \ y n Denson, who jumped I In: c l u b last season a f t e r i c f u r - i n g to go on the laxi squad. Meanwhile, George Halas J r . , Chicago's president- g e n e r a l manager, said l i n e b a c k e r Jimmy Gunn agreed to a contract last week and il was mailed to him in C a l i f o r n i a . Hiilas said he expected the contract lo arrive before the deadline but he did nol know if it had arrived'. The Bears' other unsigned players--receiver G o r d o n , quarterback Jack Concannon and defensive lackle George Seals--were not expected lo sign, and Halas said it was highly unlikely the situation would change. f f a player who has become a free agent signs with a new club lhal team must compensate his old club. John Ralston ISoth the offense mid defense showed signs of Improvement as the University of Northern Colorado Hears went through llic-lr third innjor scrlmnuijjo of spring foothill! drills nl Jucksou Field Krlilny. Tho firsl -15 minutes of the hour-long scriminujje were dc- volcd to defense. Tlic first unit, in prcpiiring lo defend Its national rushing defense lltlc, allowed only three first downs and one pass completion for five yards. A m i x t u r e of players from the first three offensive u n i t s ran nl coach Bob Blasi's number one defenders, who made kej stops on several fourth down and short yardage situations. The first offensive unit look over for Ihe last 15 minutes o ic controlled scrimmage ant iled up seven first downs aw 42 yards in total offense. Quarterback Rocky Whit orth's only two passes wen or louchdowns as wide receive: rank Pollard and tight cm l i k e Kakuska each hauled in 0-ynrd scoring strikes. Fullback Gary Widhelm car led Iwice for 35 yards, includ ng a 30 scoring run on Ih rsl play form scrimmage foi lie number one unit. Five players carried the ba! DU Shuts Out CC Tigers, 8-0 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo (AP) -- Brian Kamier held Co orado College lo three hits Sun day as the Denver Universil 'ioneers shul oul Ihe host Ti ers 8-0 in a nonconferenc baseball game. Frank Freilas and Die Malacek hit home runs in fh :ourth lo move Denver ahead 5 0. Freilas, who was 3 for 5 a bat, had one RBI. Denver's Tim Warner had ionr hits, scored two runs and lad two RBI in five times al bal. The viclory gave DU a 10-11 record for the season. Colorado College dropped lo 1-5. even (lines as Ihe Hears ushed for 82 yards and piled five firrt downs on the ground. · · The Bears w i l l work out. tour lines (Ills week In preparation or the Mny 13, Varslly-Alumnl game. Workouts were set for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, md Friday at 3 p.m. All prac- ices are open lo Ilic public, * * * Varsity-Alumni Football Game. Time Changed University of Northern Colorado athletic director Joe Lindahl said Thursday that the Varsity-Alumni Spring foolball BIHUC will he played at 2 p.m. Saturday, Mny 13. The game was originally scheduled for lhal date at 7:30 p.m. Llndahl said the game will be played on (he Jaekson practice field instead of Jackson Field, as initially planned, because of sodding work necessary lo prepare Ihe stadium for Ihe fall schedule. Alumni workouts for the game begin at G:30 p.m. May 9. Denver Bronco tackle Sam Brunelli will coach the Alumni. Finley Assails Kuhn Over Blue Contract MILWAUKEE ( A P ) - Vida Blue's name might be on an Oak- and contract now if baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn hadn't "arbitrarily involved himself and forced himself" into the salary dispute, according lo Athletics owner Charles 0. Finley. Finley, still hopeful of signing his brilliant pitcher--on his own terms--switched targets from Blue's agent, Robert Gerst, to Kuhn, in an interviesv with the Associated Press Sunday. "It's unfortunate because I thought I had Vida on the verge of signing 'until he (Kuhn) slcpped in," said l''inley, here for a weekend scries between the A V a n d Milwaukee-Brewers. "The trarily commissioner arbi- involved himself and forced himself into contract negotiations with Blue, and I do not believe he had the authority to do so," he said. An apparent contract agreement fell through Friday a f t e r a 22-hour meeting in Chicago, when Blue refused to sign a joint announcement publicizing details of the pact. The next day Kuhn, using what he called his general powers to act in "the best interests of baseball," ordered Finley lo leave open his offer, and said he would urge Blue to accept it. Big ETghl Baseball By Tha AuQclaled Preil Confirmee All Gamei W L Pel. W L -ct ahoma ..-.10 5 .607 27 n .67.' Oklahoma Slals ...9 6 .60) 12 13 .490 Cotaratfo 10 8 .53$ 17 Kansas SIMe 8 8 .300 16 IS .500 Kyn?as 7 Ft .m 14 a Mlbsmjlr 7 8 .IS7 15 13 lnv.a Slalc .5 9 .557 10 1C .315 NchiasVa .5 9 .357 B M JH Weld Central, Platte Valley Postpone Game Wclco baseball action between Platte Valley and Weld Central was postponed Saturday due lo ' w e t field conditions al Keenesburg, That leaves Platlej Valley with two makeup games to complete the season. 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