Colorado Springs Gazette, April 23, 1967, Page 33

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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 23, 1967, Colorado Springs, Colorado Sunday, April 23, 1967 Colorado Springs, Colo. Galatia Telegraph—3-D Lonesome End Carpenter Had Shadow—Waters By LARRY KNUDSEN season unbeaten, marred wily gazette Telegraph Sports Writer At West Point, that dismal, gray complex on the Hudson River, football fans have had little to cheer about in recent years, but back in 1958 a new offensive concept and four All-Americas brought back memories of the time when Doc Blanchard was running ram- ed. pant over the gridiron. I He by a tie. Nearly everyone will remember Bill Carpenter and Pete Dawkins, but how about Russell Waters? Waters was a lonesome end on that ’58 team, but if you don’t recall the name, don’t feel too badly since Waters doesn’t really expect to be remember- is now Captain Russell eral Raymond L. Shoemaker steps. Carpenter, also a cap-who is chief of staff of the tain, is currently in Vietnam Army Air Defense Command in Colorado Springs. In 1958 Waters was Carpenter’s backup at the lonesome end position, and missed the headlines. The following year Carpenter made the All-Amer- where he is serving as Gen. Westmoreland’s aide-de-camp and has been nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor. Waters recalls those days at West Point with a smile ica team, not only in football ami not a hint of frustration, but also in lacrosse.    ■    “I    didn’t    mind    it at ail,” he Waters seems to be still fol- commented. “In fact everything play about a third of the game, oped by Army coach Earl and since I was pretty light Blaik, brought a new concept (180) it was about all I could to the Army team, take. When those 239-pound Previously the Cadets had guards break through on you. used the “three yards and a you don’t really feel like play- cloud of dust” variety, but now ing much more.”    the offense opened up. And The lonesome end position ‘ since Waters was a fine sprint-which gained Carpenter fame, er on the track team also, the also gave Waters a chance to new offense had a place for play. The lonesome end, devel- him. The Cadets went through that Waters, aide-de-camp to Gen- lowing in Carpenter’s foot- worked out perfectly. I got to Bower Shuts Out Montreal SF Halts As Leafs Square Playoffs * * * * * * MONTREAL (AP) Pete Stemkowski, 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 Saturday by defeating the Canadi-ens 3-0. The National Hockey League playoff now moves to Toronto where the teams will play Tuesday night. With Montreal's Terry Harper in the penalty box, Stomkowski gave the Maple Leafs the only goal they needed at 12:14 of the opening period perfect pass to Stemkowski, who rammed it past goalie Ro-gatien Vachon for the score. Walton’s goal at 9:12 of the second period also came on a power play and was a 30-foot on his forehead by Canadien Atlanta Win Skein SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - John Ferguson’s stick. But Bower stayed in the game and made two outstanding saves on shots by Harper and Bobby Shortstop Denis Menke bobbled Rousseau early in the period Willie McCovey’s bases-loaded shot on assists from Jim Pappin I He finished with 31 saves. grounder in the ninth inning, and Frank Mahovlieh.    Montreal had two advantages fifing the San Francisco Giants Horton’s goal was a sizzling I in the first period when Toronto a 9-5 victory over Atlanta Satur shot from just inside the Mon- was shorthanded, but Bower day that snapped the Braves’ treal blue line at 16:57 of the combined with a tight Toronto winning string at five games second period and came on assists from Stemkowski and Brian Cordelier. The game was delayed briefly during the first minutes of the third period when Bower, who made some sensational saves defense to hold off the Montreal1 Menke’s decisive error fol shot-makers.    I lowed a wild pitch by reliever Early in the second period. Jay Ritchie that allowed the Horton was penalized, and great j tying run to score skating by Dave Keon helped! Jesus Abu led off the Giants’ stop the Canadiens.    {ninth with a single off Clay Car- In the final period, action roll, the fourth Atlanta pitcher, Teammate Bob Pulford fed a during the gane, suffered a cut slackened as the Canadiens!and pinch hitter Billy Sorrell tried mixing up their lines. Still, sacrificed. Carroll hit Tom Hall Bower was forced to make a er with a pitch and walked great play on a shot from point-' Norm Siebern, loading the blank range by Claude Larose bases. Richie came on and re- Combination Three-Hitter Leaves Oklahoma State Up with about six minutes remain- 1 ing. STILLWATER, Okla. (AP)— Richard Frank and Larry Bur-chart combined for a three-hit- Burchart closed off Nebraska rallies in both games of Friday’s twin bill and, after a shaky _ A ,    „, .    .    start, he closed the door again ter Saturday as Oklahoma State satur(jay blanked Nebraska 3-0 to main-; St. Mary's Tumbles Mustangs DENVER — Catcher Doug double and tired Tito Fuentes before wild-pitching the tying run across with Ken Henderson at bat Henderson then walked, refill-! ir.g the bases and bringing up McCovey, who had belted a grand-slam homer in the eighth Clete Boyer’s two-run homer off reliever Lindy McDaniel in the top of the ninth had given the Braves a 5-4 lead Menke singled in the fourth and scored the first Atlanta run Waters lettered two years in freshman football before being football and three years in accepted at West Point track. He ran the 100-yard dash After graduation from the- in    9.7,    the    220    in    the    vicinity    Academy,    Waters has been at* of    21.5    and    the    440    in about    49    “on6d    ,S“n    ^ .    „    J    Nam and    the Washington-Balti- seconds. Carpenter, despite his more arca Mon    ^ 215 pounds, could run the IOO in Vietnam Waters    piloted in    about 9.8.    a reconnaissance plane, a “Bill was a fine football flimsy k*19 wh>c*» resembles a< player. He was big, strong and P'l^r Cub. “One bullet could fast,” Waters said.    sho(* ^em down/ In 1958 Army had    five;"1^-,    . ..    n. trackmen who could run the! Wafers brother, Bob, IOO under IO seconds. That year als0 involved in a new football the Cadets met the Air Force 5onct?1 Waters com- was Academy for the first time and Bob was with the San Francisco 49ers from 196). crushed the Falcons, 114-17, at J0'*? and waa ^quarterback ckoM    Im    behind    John    Brodie    in Red Hickey’s shotgun formation. The lonesome end offense^ was revolutionary and was a£ little difficult to adjust to. Tho^ end never entered the huddle.* “We’d use baseball signals £ to relay the play to the end,”£ Waters said. “If the quarter-' back’s feet were together, It* ’ was a run, and if his feet were' spread, it was a pass. The pat-£ Shea Stadium in New York It was a fine year for the long, gray line. Although Carpenter didn’t receive All-America honors until his senior year in 1959, there were four that did in 1958. Besides halfback and captain Dawkins, who is now a teacher at West Point, there was guard Bob Novogratz; halfback Bob Anderson and cen ter Bill Rowe. The quarterback. Joe Caid- tern5, wcr0    *    ‘bf, well, received an honorable s"H;als uspd m baseba11. ,    ' mention in the All-America vol- 1 fan r™cm^rk ba‘ I    !missed one call and busted the.'- Hawkins, who later became!?13?' bat *“» vary s,''d°m': a Rhodes scholar and finished I haPI,cnod- 1 ,dor'‘ 7"''mber; seventh rn a class of 503 atj81.11 ^ busting a play. West Point, also received the Heisman and Maxwell tro-i phies. The Cadets finished third in! ... .....    T the nation that year behind wit* V>!lanova* 1 .7s first-nlace louisiana State Uni- as hard as 1 COuld’ and maT * iirst place Louisiana .state tnt    Collymore looked- versity and Iowa. Army had a “    ^    '    * et    ,    /    ..    back    at me and said “‘Hey, Wa-w i perfect season except for a tie    3 {with Pittsburgh. In that game! I fullback Harry Dawkins wrere uum sjucuucui,. , _    .    .    .    _..    - tion s finest sprinters that year* In track, there wasn’t a Car-* penter to contend with, but Wa-' ters still had problems. ' ‘I remember a meet we had* Burchart hit the first man he tain a tight grip on first place faced Saturday, then Steve in the Big Eight Conference Johnson beat out a bunt to load ( sl imed baseball race.    the bases with none out in the,    a    .    .    .    .    ,    , Tho Pour Hove u, nnina fhnir sixth inning. He got out of trou-tr‘P^e’ sconr*g twlce aod driving ,on Hank Aaron’s single, then • ult 1;0VVD^-VS’ ”inn,ne in(’ir ble with two strikeouts and an in three runs Saturday as St. crashed a two-rur. homer in the alw an^MiPnina    f?rounder    and    pitched hit- Mary’s rapped Mullen, 8-4. fdth after an opening day loss to / '„    *    *    atlanta    mn    nuwwo Missouri, garnered only five hits ^ bal1 the re* I** J clark- battinS an *v.e" ™ m— « off three Nebraska pitchers, but    *    J    f°r the season, has hit ll extra ^ n, took advantage of five Corn- 0Sl ,. °>0 OW 20x-3 5 3 base blows among his 21 IuUl mjow.,*« hue bor urrcrc *n> Hawaii,, I f ur*>y. Green (7), Zangani The Pirates took a 2-1 lead Cartv lf Husker errors to win nsndily.    D    .    n j    r*    * •    j    cBoyer .*•> _    ,    .    .    J(7) and Kissler; Frank, Bur-latter the first inning and padded Milun a Frank pitched five innings of chart (6) and Sellari W 17 ;t —1*u r*— -«vm.rih |u*n*»tw v shutout ball for Oklahoma State, L_Furby d-2) allowing only two hits and two,    __ walks. However, he walked the, Nebraska leadoff man to open, the sixth and Burchart came on! for his third relief stint in two days.    I CC Links Team Tops Rams Easily Two CC Track Standard Fall In Competition Frank it with five runs in the fourth. Nl,krn p Randy Weigel went the dis-,{£™?rn<1lV tance for the Buccaneers, strik-    g ing out ten, but walking six. It was Weigel’s sixth straight win    T#ul# ah r h hi    ab    r    h    bi 5 2 2 2    Kuant^a 2b    5    0    0    0 4 0 0 0    Hrndpran rf    3    I    I    0 4 0 11 McCovey lb 5 12 4 4 0 0 0    Ma\* cl    .1    0    0    0 4 0 10    Hart 3b    4    0    0    0 3 110    J A iou lf    4    12    0 4 112    Dietz c    i    n    ,    « IDI 4 0 10    Sorrel! ph 3 110 linier ss oooo Hiatt oh RUSS WATERS In the shadow of Bill Carpenter PPM Officials Named For Upcoming Season ters, what’s the matter? You’re' Walters ac'dj810"!^    „„    , both sidelined anymore was one of the na-. by injuries. The Cadets capped the sea son with a 22-6 victory over Navy in the annual classic. However, Navy took the honors again until 1964 and last year. Walters, who was also a de- and captured the NCAA cham-' pionship in the 220 with a time' of 20.7 for a new NCAA rec-S ord.    t Waters’ gridiron career has' been completely encompassed' by shadows. Once in a while' f    ,    .    ,    . ,he will meet someone who will tensive end, .gam sharing the k. , remember see. Reid with Carpenter, recalls    p,a/back    in    '58" part of that fine season with a j_.e I __T.    ____ Officials have been the upcoming ab r Ii bl Weisel, p 3 110 Oeden, lb Orwiu. 2b    3 2 0 0    Hovart. aa White, rf    2 10 0    Diesel, c ( lark, c    4 2 2 3    Hartia, rf Gardener, lb    3 2 2 1    Smvthe. rf Graham. U    3 0 2 2    Rendler, lf 2 0 0 0 Two Colorado College track J ct $ ® ‘    rf    I o o o; NteTlm w . records were set when the Ti- i^3b 2000 Kmaky. ^ 10 0 0 gers participated Wednesday in1 Tmaia    30*1#* 3b    010 0    Ritcbia sense of pride. ! “Probably the best game that year was with Rice where Dawkins scored a 65-yard named Kreutzer, maintenance super-, touchdown with 52 seconds left 3 0 1 c    ‘Ul    upturning    season    at    visor.    to win, 14-7. My biggest thrill 2000 Pikes Peak Meadows, starting Sidenbcrg said the Meadows was when we beat Notre Dame, ....    r    j    u, has received excellent response 14-2 ” HHS ui?,!!ay.!r 7T8 tr0Ugh Jun'!from I-™. »«b applies.- f Blaik retired after that sea-0 0 0 0 MDanieV*J* ooio    weekend    racing.    |tlons for 450 staus already ap- son, probably seeing what was i-irtrv p hog Genera! manager John Siden-proved. The Meadows can ac-coming. Army lost nine letter- SlPOfFh pn 0 0 0 0    j    g    ,    « !LLLs ToUI* 336 *4    berg said    (’harles    Henry    will    commodate 608    horses.    men and three All-Americas of Connie Stewart of Rye, last    the fabulous ’58 team, and the year’s leading    trainer    with 17    Cadets went on to a 4-4-1 rec- this year.    Two    out    when    winning:    run    scored     . RT. mart’r    Mi    llen    _    Aiunta    on    ut    ooj-3    serve    as    both    presiding    steward ab r b bl    Rant ran* U(o    OH HO 842 — 6 3 111    E—Diet!. Han, Menke. DP—Atlanta I    and    niacin?    judce    Vincent    * •    •    .    ,    ,    ,    I    J    ,1 4iii loo Atlanta 5. san Francisco 7. 2B--    '    ^    J    h    .    iWins,    is    expected    to    return,    as    ord    the    next    year. 1 2 ? 21 IE"' Davenport hr—Menke ti).    Mara    will    return    as    racing    sec-    ; 2 0 10    McCovey (4>, ( Boyer 42). SB—Menke.    °    1 1 0 0 0 Aaron. S- Sorrell Costello. 2b Maloney, p Harr, p a-HuKhes Total* — Struck our for Harr in Mary’s    aw    rzw    i    —    s Mullen    IOO    003    0    —    4 E — Higgins 2. Hovart. Hartie. DP — Orwtjf to f;ardner: Kroskv to Costello to! Ogden. LOH — St. Mary’s I: Mullen *. 2B    —    Higgins,    Clark.    Rabat.    Hovart    I 3B —Clark SB — t>~iel PITCHERS IP It R ER BB RO I Weigel <W. 6-0)    7    5    4    4 f> IO 1 Wednesday at the Broadmoor. Traftor.’s toss was 8-1, longer n»l^v "    353314 CC S3*i. CSII    3* j    th.ln    thp    nrpvinilo    riictonc*    of    HBP    -    Bv    Wet«l    (CorteDo.    Krosky).    I Grant    (CC) 3. Broks    0;    Wells    (CC)    3,    lnan    0*6    previous    OlSiance    OI Jackson    0;; Bassinger    (CC) 3,    Rothman i 17Q.S    p«tahlishpH    in 1049    hv 0; Wattson (CSU) 2>j. Reeves Bas    .    ebldUUSIieU    III    13^3    Oy a triangular track meet at the Air Force Academy. Joe Trafton, a freshman from st Colorado College thumped Auburn, Me., set a new mark Colorado State U, 23*^ - 3V2, of 187-6 in the javelin and Bob Saturday in a dual meet at the i^Force, sophomore from Ster-Broadmoor Golf Course.    ling, a mark of 56.6 in 440- The Tigers will host Air Force yard intermediate hurdles. IP ll REK bb so 7    H    2    2    0    « 1-3    (I    I    I    I 23111 I 1-31211 1    3    0    0    0    1    0    ing ll    ti    3    3    I    7 0    22200    races 1    0    0    0    0    0 retary and steward. will be is Lyle Murray, leading rider in 1966 with 43 victories. Anderson left the Army after the required time and tried out 1 0 0 0 Pntry 1 0 0 0 McDaniel 0 I 0 0 : Linzy (W.1-0) 1 0 0 0 HBP Carroll (Hailer) WP—Ritchie. J 24 4 5 4 2 40. A—132)1* th Racing will bf conducted; other horsemen expected in with the New York Giants, but J} each Friday^and Saturday dur-|cjU(je jjm jvtoyers, Bob Norris a bad knee forced him to quit. and Eugene Perkins of Colo- Novogratz also left the service Ten with singer-Reeves 3, Syme-Simmons 3: Rothman-Walt-son Halloway-Ward 0. Under New Management "Sports Swap" 1410 South Tejon We sell all kinds of sporting goods on consignment. What can we sell for you? Open Mon. thru Sat. 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. FREE Pk:k-up Sat. Only Dial 634-1656 Harold French LaForce’s record was established in an event in which Colorado College had no mark. This was a new mark also for AFA, which had a 58.3 time set BAEK — Maloney. AAH Tops Will Rogers Golf Field Ex-Fielder Protects Reds Win HOUSTON (AP) — Reliever scored 509 and earlier this year. John Slovek, freshman from    Queen,    a converted out- Englewood, stood out at the    fielder shut    out Houston with- meet by tying Tom Kraay, Air    out a ^ thc iast 5 2-3 inninss,    ,    ,,    ,u    , Force Academy, with a 12-6    protecting a    five-run second in- w,th a 43 on ,he    fronl nine and pole vault mark.    ra„y    that carri(,d Cinene 39 “n lhe back ,or an 82 “d nan past the Astros 7-2 Satyr-^skimmed -    —-v- day night. the 17-date season will go on Friday wnn rado Springs; Al McClain of and now has a restaurant in ll on Saturday. Two quarter- peublo; Tim Price of Ft. Mor- New York Rowe is still in the horse programs will be run gan; Mikam Stable, Denver; Army as is Dawkins who was each day Post time will be 2 n<Kj Chance, Yuma; Carl Si- recently promoted to major, p.m. In addition, racing will be ford. Canon City; and Truman Waters is a native of Sylvan-heid on Memorial Day.    Bowles, Denver.    ia, Ga., where he participated 1 A feature every Friday will On opening day, Saturdays in every high school sport avail-be Ladies Day.    and Memorial Day, Continental able. Ile went one year to Other officials named include Trailways will offer round trip Georgia Tech where he played John Keiser, placing judge: {bus service from Denver for $5 Air Academy High led the    Win Black, patrol judge and    and from    Colorado    Springs    for jCheyenne Mountain Indians by    clerk of scales; Jerrold Harring-    $1.50    Admission has been    set 22 strokes when the Kadets shot    ton, starter; Benny Springer,    at $1    for    reserved    grandstand |a 442 total Saturday to drop the    clocker: Pat Mullen, mutuels    seats    and    50 cents    general    ad- Ir.dians, Canun City and Har-.supervisor: Harry Davis, jockey mission. Clubhouse box seats rison in a Will Rogers League room custodian; and George are $2 for the current season meet at the Eisenhower Golf* ------------------ ------ Course. Canon City Harrison 546. Marv Shumaker was medalist Drivt It at your Datsun Dealer! THOROUGHBRED CAR CO. 7333 I. H.qhwoy 24    636-2374 AFA Frosh placed first, Colorado College second and Trinidad Junior College third in the meet. Widefield Defeats Tigers To Hold First in WRL Play FOR THE MOST FUN ON WHEELS TAKE A DRIVE IN THE NEW V-8 TOP-POWERED INTERNATIONAL* SCOUT = . I /\/\ontgome«y WARD 2420 E. Pikes Peak Ph. 635-8981 Open Monday, Thurs, Friday ’til 9 p.m. CHAIN LINK SALE Fencing, 15% off includes all fabrics, top rail, line post and parts 15ft IOO ft. min. Installed co 6-0 in his only start this season, relieved starter Jim Maloney after Ron Davis singled home the second Houston run in,    . the fourth inning. He struck outiMountair. Mike Cowperthwaite: two hitters to retire the side and shot an 89 for the Tigers. finished with eight strikeouts, two walks and one hit batter. Queen also singled in the final Cincinnati run in the ninth inning. The Reds, winning their third straight and handing Houston its sixth consecutive defeat, took advantage of two errors by Sonny Jackson and one by Jim Wvnn in their big inning. W idefield Rogers League baseball game. The Gladiators remain atop a single stroke lead over Kadet teammate Kevin    CANON CITY Queenj who beat San Francis-;0011^ who shot a 4142 for 11    overcame a first    - inning    Canon  over par.    City    surge    to    score    four    runs    in    ., Rob Rasmussen shot the 18    the late innings    and    whip the    stand,n8s- holes with a 13 over par 85 for    Tigers, 5-2. Saturday    in    a Will the best score for Cheyenne ------------- Bill Cardenas went the dis- Air Academy holds the lead: in the Will Rogers League with I 12 strokes over the Cheyenne In-: dians AIR ACADEMT 442 Marv Shumaker. 82; Kevin Conboy. *3; Kirk Ca'!Rf*ti. 92; Jock Chapman, 89. Scott Talley, 96. CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 484 Harley Ferjtuaon, 90; Rob Raaumssen. 85, Christ Shoemaker, 97; Rex Kveritt. 87; Randall Thom peon. 105. CANON CITY 5«» Mike Cowperthwaite. 89: Mike Litwickl. 90. Ted Weber, 108; Don Hobson, 103; Dennie Carey. 119. HARRISON 54* Officials Clinic Scheduled for Ent Softball lance for the Glads, scattering six hits to pick up his eighth win against a single defeat. Canon City struck for two runs in the first, but Cardenas settled down and shut out the Tigers thereafter. Meanwhile, his teammates got back a run Spokesmen at the U.S. Air in second, scored twice in Force Air Defense Command's 'the f*th f° S° ahead and slipped Ent AFB gymnasium have an- in two insurance tallies in the| nounced that an officials clinic [seventh. for personnel interested in urn- Canon City will host Chey-piring softball league action, enne Mountain and Air Acad- WVnn Rinded in the firJaSSTJSS: 1% SET XXS2Z SS! will be held at the gym May cmy will be at Widefield Tues-w>nn smgieo in me xirsi; bm^b, 120.    3.5    day in next WRL action. I Three new teams have been !    w,DErS*f b    M CAN0N VbVhb, added since last week to give a    Kul»nn.hcik‘rt    21 2 0 fe"    21 #0. {total of 13 fighting for the base    u    *'oyo s^ri!rf2b    Si?? title. The new teams are:    £££$    2 U °o i&.cn>    23°o?°o 1151st Special activities Squad- j    2 0 0 0 M< Kar- ROADSTER Houston run in the third inning) off Malonev, who walked seven hitters and allowed three singles. CINCINNATI    HOC RYON ab r h bl    ab    r h bt Harper rf    4 2 0 0    RJaokwjn sa    4 0 0 0 Pinson cf    5 13 1    RDavis rf    5 0 11 Rose If    3 0 0 1    Morgan 2b    3 10 0 DJohnson 3b    5 0 2 2    Mathew* lb    2 0 0 0 Perez lh    5 0 2 0    Wvnn cf    2 0 11 5 110 Heath c 3 0 0 0 Helm* 2b Coker Ph Malonev p Queen p AF Golfers Top Buffs, DU in Meet _________. - -    BOULDER    - The Air Force Cardenas aa 4 2 2 0 Apprmnte 3b3000    ,,,    , Edward* c 3111 pointer if 3 110, golf team took its fifth and 10 10 Dierker p OOO!)! .,    .    .    . ., ? ooo Benn* kyp o o o o sixth dual victories of the year 3 0 11 Brand ph ICN. ,    ...    ..,,    . Faijeii i o o o o, Saturday, with a sweet llVi-9V4 Latman"p0k ooJo!victory over Colorado and a munications p15 o o o Si 15V2-54 win over Denver Sat-Support Squadron, s.hnHdw' p n ’ * o urday at Boulder Country Club. space Defense The Cadets won four match-quarters ADC, and Defense Com C 3    0    0    0    land. lf    2 o 0 0 i 2    I    0    I    Cowan, 3b    2 0 0 0 96 5 5 3 Harlan. 3b IOO 0 Orteaa. p    3 0 0 0 Talala    95 2 8 CIO 020 2 — 5 I Canon City    200    OOO 0 — 2: E — Samsel. Ritter. DP — Slater to Scararda to Ritter LOB — Widefield 7. . Canon Cliv 7. SB — Elton, Loveless. I Slater, Ream, Scararda. PITCHERS IP H R FR RH SO 4604th Cardenas (W. 8-1)    7    6    2    2    6    6 - ,    .    Or)et?a    (L. 4-4)    7    5    5    3 5 6 9th Aero-I HBC — Bv Orteea (Custle, Isenhart.) n- • •    j    HP    —    Cardinas    2.    Orteea.    BALK Division, Head- Ortega PB - Wlnklebauer. ron, 4th Weather Wing, 4608th Support Squadron. 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Irwin was med-i A pre - season double-elimin-ot^rVwjM))    52-3    o    o    «    2    «    alist with a three-under-par 69. ation    tournament will kick off course (L,1I)    2 ll    \    *    o    f    I    Rick Colt, Irwin’s victim,    fired! the season on    May 8    with reg- I    I    J    J*    I    ?    a 72 and Dick Neate had    a 73 ular    - season    action    beginning Schneider    I    3    I    T    o    I    for the Falcons    WL    I'i I HBP—Queen (Wynn). T—2-59.    19,721.    Ior    lnt    T    dlLOnb.    | IKL. f ID. THE LONG ONE TARCA FLORIO. Italy (UPI) The Targa Florio auto race for international prototypes, GT and sports cars is the longest in the world at 44 7 miles. Colo. Springs Equipment Co. 136 Garden of Gods Rd. or Dial 473-2251 Between Freeway 4 North Nevada ;