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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 23, 1967, Colorado Springs, Colorado April 1967 Colorado Lonesome End Carpenter Had By LARRY KNUDSEN gazette Tetefrapt Sparti Writer At West that gray cotnptet on the Hudson football fans have had little to cheer about in recent but back in 1958 a new offensive concept and four All Amerkas brought back mem ories of the time when Doc Blanchard was running ram pant over the The Cadets went through that season marred only era Raymond Shoemaker by a Nearly everyone will remember Bill Carpenter and Pete but bow about Russell Waters Waters was a lonesome end on that but if you dont recall the dont feel really expect to be remember lie is now Captain Russell aidedecamp to Gen who is chief of staff of the Army Air Defense Command in In 1M Waters was Carpen ters backup at the lonesome end and missed the The following year too badly since Waters doesnt Carpenter made the AllAmer ica not only in football but also in Waters seems to be still fol lowing in Carpenters foot also a cap is currently in Vietnam where he Is serving as Westmorelands aidedecamp and has been nominated for the Congressional Medal of Waters recalls those days at West Point with a smile and not a hint of I didnt mind it at he In fact everything worked out I got to play about a third of the since t was pretty light IN it was about all f could When those 290pound guards break through on you dont really feel like play ing much The lonesome end position which gained Carpenter also gave Waters a chance to The lonesome devel Bower Shuts Out Montreal As Leafs Square Playoffs MONTREAL AP Pete Mike Walton and Tim Horton scored for Toronto and goalie Johnny Bower shut out Montreal as the Maple Leafs evened the Stanley Cup final playoffs at one game each Sat urday by defeating the Canadi ens The National Hockey League playoff now moves to Toronto where the teams will play Tues day With Montreals Terry Harper in the penalty Stomkowski gave the Maple Leafs the only goal they needed at of the opening Teammate Bob Pulford fed a perfect pass to who rammed it past goalie Ro gatien Vachon for the Waltons goal at of the second period also came on a power play and was a 30foot shot on assists from Jim Pappin and Frank Hortons goal was a sizzling shot from just inside the Mon treal blue line at of the second period and came on as sists from Stemkowski and Brian The game was delayed briefly during the first minutes of the third period when who made some sensational saves during the suffered a cut Combination ThreeHitter Leaves Oklahoma State Up on his forehead by Canadien John Fergusons But Bower stayed in the game and made two outstanding saves on shots by Harper and Bobby Rousseau early in the He finished with 31 Montreal bad two advantages in the first period when Toronto was but Bower combined with a tight Toronto defense to hold off the Montreal Early in the second Horton was and great skating by Dave Keon helped stop the In the final action slackened as the Canadiens tried mixing up their Bower was forced to make a great play on a shot from point blank range by Claude Larose with about six minutes remain Richard Frank and Larry Bur chart combined for a threehit ter Saturday as Oklahoma State blanked Nebraska 30 to main tain a tight grip on first place in the Big Eight Conference baseball The winning their eighth straight conference game after an opening day loss to garnered only five hits off three Nebraska but took advantage of five Corn busker errors to win Frank pitched five innings of shutout ball for Oklahoma allowing only two bits and two he walked the Nebraska leadoff man to open the sixth and Burchart came on for his third relief stint in two Burchart closed off Nebraska rallies in both games of Fridays twin bill after a shaky he closed the door again Burchart hit the first man he faced then Steve Johnson beat out a bunt to load the bases with none out in the sixth He got out of trou ble with two strikeouts and an 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lished in an event in which Colorado College had no This was a new mark also for which had a time set earlier this John freshman from stood out at the meet by tying Tom Air Force with a 126 pole vault AFA Frosh placed Colo rado College second and Trini dad Junior College third in the U WARD 2420 Pikes Peak 6358981 Open Fridaytil CHAIN LINK SALE 15 off all top lino post and parts ro Off 100 Installed Marys Tumbles Mustangs DENVER Catcher Doug Clark slammed a double and scoring twice and driving in three runs Saturday as Marys rapped batting an even for the has hit 11 extra base blows among his 21 The Pirates took a 21 lead after the first inning and padded SF Halts Atlanta Win Skein SAN FRANCISCO AP Shortstop Denis Menke hobbled Willie McCoveys basesloaded grounder in the ninth giving the San Francisco Giants a 64 victory over Atlanta Satur day that snapped the Braves winning string at five Menkes decisive error fol lowed a wild pitch by reliever Jay Ritchie that allowed the tying run to Jesus Alou led off the Giants ninth with a single off Clay Car the fourth Atlanta and pinch hitter Billy Sorrell Carroll hit Tom Hall er with a pitch and walked Norm loading the Richie came on and re tired Tito Fuentes before wild pitching the tying run across with Ken Henderson at bat Henderson then refill ing the bases and bringing up who had belted a grandslam homer in the Clete Boyers tworun homer off reliever Lindy McDaniel in the top of the ninth had given the Braves a 54 Menke singled in the fourth and scored the first Atlanta run on Hank Aarons then crashed a tworun homer in the it with five runs in the Randy Weigel went the dis tance for the strik ing out but walking It was Weigels sixth straight win this MARY8 MULLEN ab r k M ab r b M p 3110 Ib 3111 2b 3200 u 4111 rt 3022 c 4223 rf 2010 Ib 3221 rf 1000 U cf 3b a Telali 3022 K 4011 H 2 0 1 0 Mi 2000 1000 cf 4 0 0 0 2000 3b 1000 4011 N I It I 3b 0100 2b 1000 p 1000 p 0100 alluxhet 1000 Telata M 4 S 4 a Struck our tor Ilarr 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the best score for Cheyenne Mike Cowperthwaite shot an 89 for the Air Academy holds the lead in the Will Rogers League with 12 strokes over the Cheyenne In AIR ACADEMT 442 Marv 12 Kevin 13 Kirk Jock Scott CHCVENNE MOUNTAIN Harley 90 Rob ChrUt Rai K Mike Mi Mike 90 Ted 101 Don 103 Denote Officials have been named maintenance super the upcoming season at Sidenberg said the Meadows has received excellent response from with applica tions for 450 stalls already ap The Meadows can ac commodate 608 Connie Stewart of last years leading trainer with 17 is expected to as is Lyle leading rider in 1966 with 43 Other horsemen expected in clude Jim Bob Norris and Eugene Perkins of Colo rado Springs Al McClain of Peublo Tim Price of Mor J jj JjMay 5 and running through June 24 with weekend General manager John Siden berg said Charles Henry will serve as both presiding steward and placing Vincent Mara will return as racing sec retary and Racing will be conducted each Friday and Saturday dur Ten with quarter be run on Friday Two will each Post time will be 2 In racing will be held on Memorial A feature every Friday will be Ladies Other officials named include John placing judge Win patrol judge and clerk of scales Jerrold Harring starter Benny clocker Pat mutuels supervisor Harry jockey room custodian and George Dan 93 Brace 106 indy 1M Gary 119 llm AF Golfers Top DU in Meet BOULDER The Air Force golf team took its fifth and sixth dual victories of the year with a sweet J1V48 victory over Colorado and a 15 Vi win over Denver Sat urday at Boulder Country The Cadets won four match es against CU losing only to Big Eight champion Hale Irwin and Tad Irwin was med alist with a threeunderpar Rick Irwins fired a 72 and Dick Neate had a 73 the gan Mikam Rod Yuma Denver Carl Si Canon City and Truman On opening Saturdays and Memorial Continental Trailways will offer round trip bus service from Denver for and from Colorado Springs for Admission has been set at for reserved grandstand seats and 50 cents general ad Clubhouse box seats are for the current about Bill was a fine football He was strong and Waters In 1958 Army had five rackmen who could run the 100 under 10 That year the Cadets met the Air Force Academy for the first time and crushed the at Shea Stadium in New It was a fine year for the gray Although Car enter didnt receive AllAmer ca honors until his senior year n there were four that did in Besides halfback and captain who is now a teacher at West here was guard Bob Novogratz lalfback Bob Anderson and cen ter Bill The Joe Cald received an honorable mention in the AllAmerica vot who later became a Rhodes scholar and finished seventh in a class of 503 at West also received the rleisman and Maxwell t r o The Cadets finished third in the nation that year behind irstplace Louisiana State Uni versity and Army had a rerfect season except for a tie vith In that game uliback Harry Walters and 3awkins were both sidelined y The Cadets capped the sea son with a 226 victory over Mavy in the annual Navy took the hon ors again until 1964 and last who was also a dc ensive again sharing the field with recalls art of that fine season with a sense of Probably the best game that year was with Rice where Dawkins scored a 65yard touchdown with 52 seconds lefl to My biggest thrill was when we beat Notre Dame Blaik retired after that sea probably seeing what was Army lost nine letter men and three AllAmericas ol the fabulous 58 and the Cadets went on to a 441 ree ord the next Anderson left the Army after the required time and tried out with the New York but a bad knee forced him to Novogratz also left the service and now has a restaurant in New Rowe is still in the Army as is Dawkins who was recently promoted to Waters is a native of Sylvan where he participated in every high school sport avail Me went one year to Georgia Tech where he played football before betotH accepted at West Point Aftef graduation from Waters has been tioned in San Viet Nam and the WashingtonBahV more area before coming In Vietnam Waters reconnaissance flimsy which resembles iper One bullet shoot them Waters Waters was also involved in a new football r Bob was with San Francisco 49ers from to 1965 and was a quarterback ehind John Brodie in Red Hickeys shotgun The lonesome end was revolutionary and was little difficult to adjust Thtj end never entered the Wed use baseball signals to relay the play to the Waters If the backs feet were was a and if his feet were it was a The pat erns were given by the signals used in I can remember that missed one call and busted but this very I dont rememberj Bill ever busting a In there wasnt a penter to contend but Wa ers still had J I remember a meet we hadr with I was running r as hard as I and near the Ed Colly more looked back at me and said Wa whats the matter Youre slowing 2 Collymore was one of the tions finest sprinters that and captured the NCAA cham pionship in the 220 with a time of for a new NCAA reci i Waters gridiron career jcen completely y Once in a he will meet someone who will remark I remember see ing you play back in my DATSUNhas IrivtltityourDittwiDtilir THOROUGHBRED CAR 2353 Highway 14 Widefield Defeats Tigers To Hold First in WRL Play CANON CITY overcame a first inning Canon City surge to score four runs in the late innings and whip the Saturday in a Will Officials Clinic Scheduled for Ent Softball Spokesmen at the Air Force Air Defense Commands Ent AFB gymnasium have an nounced that an officials clinic for personnel interested in um piring softball league will be held at the gym May Three new teams have been added since last week to give a total of 13 fighting for the base The new teams are 1151st Special activities Squad 4th Weather and 4608th Support Other teams already fielded represent 4600th Transportation and CAM 47th Com munications 4604th Support 9th Aero space Defense Head quarters and Defense Com munications Agencys Western A pre season doubleelimin ation tournament 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