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THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR PAGE 37 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1971 Lines And Shots PRICES MIXED Vern Rapp Has Warm Ideas About 1971 Tribe Chances J License Fee Bill Ur. 4 Market Volume Again Sets Mark A Good Change ,IIy 'Ilavou By MAX GREENWALI) Springtime's advance man, Vern Happ, was in Indianapolis yesterday with pleasant thoughts about the 1971 baseball season. The Indianapolis Indians' manager for the third straight season was as affable as usual despite 15-degree weather. Rapp left Denver where "a week ago I was trout fishing in the mountains at 65 degrees." He has an off-season insurance sales job for Northwestern National Life in Denver where the St. Louis native has lived for 11 years. Vern is In Indianapolis for some speaking engagements at which he tells his audiences: "I have two duties as Indians' manager: 1, to bring a winning club to the fans In Indianapolis and, 2, to develop players for the big leagues." Rapp says, "I can look back with satisfacton on the 1969 club which had seven players who were in the majors in 1970." four days before the 1970 campaign ended and Rapp bdieves the Tribe will be Improved enough in experienced reliof pitching to overcome that difference. "We have added Jim Cosman and Joe DiFabio," Rapp said. "Both were with me at Little Rock in 1968 and I know what they can do." Cosman was with the Indians in 1969 and now has been reacquired from the Chicago Cubs. "We also will have a catcher who was on my 1968 Little Rock team Sonny Ruberto. He also can play third base, shortstop and second base. "I DIDN'T FEEL WE had adequate infield reserves last year but we think we have helped ourselves with the acquisition of Billy Harris." Harris came to the Indians from Omaha in a trade for Jay Ward. "Harris will battle Jim Armstrong for the second-base job but if he doesn't win a regular position he will be a capable reserve. He should be an infield asset." Rapp frequently is asked about shortstop Frank Duffy. He admits he would like to keep Duffy but forecasts his making a strong bid to break into the Cincinnati lineup. "I don't believe Anderson (Spark Anderson, Cincinnati manager) has made up his mind about shortstop. He also will have Concepcion, Woody Woodward and Darrel Chaney. "DUFFY WAS ONE OF the most improved young players JT SEEMS THAT WE'LL NEVER be completely settled on the schedule of hunting and Ashing license fees, but H. B. 1743, which would hike the price of all hunting and fishing licenses by 25 cents is a badly-needed piece of legislation As introduced last week by Representative Maurice Chase of Bedford, and Representative Gary Butler of Lawrenceburg, H. B. 1743 will tack on 25 cents to the price of all hunting and fishing licenses and this piece of change will go to the agent selling the license. And that is the way it should be. When we last changed the price of the hunting and fishing license the law provided that 5 per cent of the fee should go to the person selling the license. This was all well and good sporting goods and bait shop owners and others who sell licenses should have something for their trouble but as this column pointed out before the last bill became law, it would take badly-needed revenue away from the Division of Fish and Wildlife to the tune of some $200,000 per year. If II. B. 1743 becomes law, the price of the license to hunt, fish and trap will go from $4 to $4.25 and the fishing and fishing-hunting licenses will take a corresponding jump from the $3 level. BUT IT'S ALL VERY WORTHWHILE because it means that the Division of Fish and Wildlife is going to have some funds that it didn't have before not to mention the fact that sporting goods and bait dealers and other license agents will be happy. Representative Chase always has been a good friend of the Division of Fish and Wildlife and he proved it again on this one. INDIANA SECTION OF THE American Camping Association will stage its midwinter meeting Saturday at Indiana Central from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. With a theme of "Outdoor Resources Needs and The Ecological Ferment," the program will feature a talk by Dr. William B. Stapp of the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources. The program also will include a morning session panel' discussion on camping, conservation, outdoor education and 2 , A Outfielders Bernie Carbo and Hal Mc-Rae, shortstop Dave Concepcion and pitcher Gary Nolan were '69 Tribesmen with the Cincinnati Reds last year. Pitcher Mel Queen was with the Angels and Johnny Morris with the Brewers. "I feel in Indianapolis we were fulfilling our function," Rapp continued as he commented that "Nolan, Queen and Mor-ris were rehabilitation jobs," VERN GOES INTO his third Indianapolis season with more confidence because "I feel I have better knowledge of I ever had. Last year was only his second full season in the game. He is an accomplished drag bunter and got 27 hits by bunting last year despite a pulled leg muscle. "He should be more mature and during this learning process he should be more relaxed. He should have more power with 10 to 15 homers a season in the big leagues. "One of those fine shortstops has to come to Indianapolis and we will have a capable man at that position." Rapp will go to spring training at Tampa, Fla., March 12 prior to his club's arrival March 18. "We are going to camp to work hard on fundamentals and try to provide a winning team for the Indianapolis fans' entertainment." This is Rapp's 25th year in baseball and he is determined that when it ends he will be manager of the No. 1 club. tne talent available in me neas- organiza- VERN RAPP tion." Rapp was in the St. Louis organization before becoming associated with Cincinnati and its Indianapolis working agreement. Indianapolis was in contention for the division lead until Simon First 500-Mile Entry Buck Baker Gets Pole For Citrus 250 Race recreation. Don Woodworth, vice-president of the Indiana Section, will provide additional details by telephone (638-3849). v, ONE OF OUR READERS is dogs pilfering the suet from her bird feeder. But there s a v'-way to stop this build a suet pole and hang it from a tree on a piece of strong cord or wire. ; Making the suet pole is simple. Just take a piece of any limb 2 Inches In diameter. A .2-foot piece is about right. Tiny Lund had the fastest time of 179.974 m.p.h. to take the pole. Lund, who will drive in four races the Daytona 500, Citrus, Permatex and one of the qualifying races in the Grand National division is the defending grand American champion. SUNDAY'S DAYTONA 500 will be shown via closed circuit television at the Murat Temple. The telecast will begin at noon and tickets are available at the Speedway Motel, Palmer Dodge and at the Murat Temple. SJv Bore or 1-inch holes about 1 t r s "', around the pole and place a screw-eye in one end r ; ( Fill the hole with bacon fryings and suspend it from a limb Illir Scifrrs having trouble with cats and 1 inch deep at several points perches are necessary Hawks Humble Knicks, 114-109 . New York (AP) Bill Bridges and Lou Hudson shot Atlanta into the lead in the third quar ter and the Hawks held off a final flurry by the slumping New York Knicks for a 114-109 National Basketball Association victory last night. Winning their third game in a row while dealing the Knicks their fourth straight loss, the Hawks went ahead to stay 70- 67 on Bridges three-point play and Hudson then made it seven consecutive points : with two free throws and a jump shot. Atlanta (114) New York (109) FO FT TP FO FT TP Bridies Hudson 4 5- 1 Bradley t 1- 2 13 Debussch 4- 5 J2 Bellamy j. a 3i Reed 11 I- 3 24 jvtaravin 10 j. a n Bernett Franer Filimore 7 I 20 Haitatd 10 ( a 24 Davli 10-0 2 Chambers 0 0-0 0 Christian 0 0-0 0 8 0- J 14 O- 0 Rlerdan 10-0 Russell 14-4 Stallworth 1 0 a TOiail 42 30-J7-114 Jackson 0 80 TOiail 46 17-2S 109 Atlanta New York . . . It 27 30 13114 21 2 32 27 W Total loult: Atlanta 25, New York 27, Att-1 ,500. Blackout Tilt Reset The Lawrence Central-Man ual high school basketball game which was postponed Jan. 29 because of light failure has been reset for 4:15 p.m. tomorrow at Lawrance Central. The game will be restarted from the point it was interrupted with about five minutes left in the third quarter and Manual leading, 35-32. I BONUS COUPON m- nlgn enougn tnat dogs ana cats can t react) it. , The woodpeackers will love it, but nuthatches, titmice and several other birds will use it as well.. w It the bark on the poles is rough like elm or maple it will ; he easier for the birds to use. No it, Wright State 87-59 Loser To St. Joe New Villi Times Newt Service New York Surging volume set a record of 28.25 million shares yesterday on the New York Stock Excange, although the market finished mixed as late profit-taking erased most of the earlier gains. Continued institutional activity plus a steady increase in trading by the small investor over the last two weeks have helped push daily turnover to record levels. IN ADDITION, two large blocks totaling 2 million shares each in the Greyhound Corporation were key factors in the record turnover. Shortly after 3 p.m. the two large trades of Greyhond crossed the tape at 20, up V4. The issue finished at 20V, up 5. The trades were executed for the account of General Host Corporation. 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Sales Jl contracts High Lew Cieie March 0 41 1 42 tl.41 Raw sugar loot 1 45. World Sugar No. II closed 4 to 1 lower. Sales 1.651 contracts. Nifh 4 It 4 II 4.71 4.49 441 4.41 . 4.44 tew 4.74 4 71 4 44 441 4 4 49 4 41 Close 4.74 4.71 4.44 14.40 4 17 4.49 14 44 March May July Seplemler . , . Ocloher March May a-Nominal t-Bld. 5 CUS K2 Cus SI Cus 52 Cus S3 Cus S4 Polar Knickb Knick Gt Lev Grth saien Com St Grwth Incom Sped Chase Gr Caoit Fund Frnt Shrhd Sped Chemcl Colonial: Eouty 4.11 4.57 Fund 11.06 12.09 Grwth 6.26 6.94 Incom 9.95 10.87 Vent 4.96 5.42 Col Grth 12.84 12.W ComS Bd 5.03 5.47 Cwlth AB 1.43 1.55 Cwlth C 1.74 1.88 Comp As 9.42 10.32 Comoet 6.76 7.41 Comp Bd 9.42 10.24 Comp Fd 9.91 10.77 Comstk 4.34 4.74 Concord 12 86 19 n 03 . no ionis mOUWll. VM est in Armour & Co., which now is owned by Greyhound. Yesterday's record volume topped the previous high of 25.59 million shares set on Monday. Of the 1,687 issues traded, 738 rose and 688 fell. The Dow-Jones Industrial Average finished at its lowest level of the session, off 2.33 points at 379.79. Some brokers attributed the recent re-entry or the public in the market to hopes of an improvement in the economy, prospects of a further reduction in the prime interest rate and lower mortgage rates. MEANWHILE, trading on the American Stock Exchange was the heaviest in more than year as prices retreated after a strong opening. Volume reached 8,326,075 shares. The Amex Index dipped .02 at 25:04 after having been up 13 at noon. Declines outnumbered advances 499 to 461 as 1,163 issues were traded. AT&T Issue's Success Helps Bond Mart Rise New York (AP) Bond mar ket prices jumped ahead yes terday, the investment banking firm of Salomon Brother reported. Industrials rose bolstered by the fact that the American Telephone & Telegraph $500- million issue was absorbed successfully. The issue, sold to the public at 99Vi quickly was snapped up and in late trading selling at 99 to 99. Utilities were up , and municipals soared a full point. Federal government issues also rose. pllice space meadows 547-1311 LIPPMAN ASSOCIATES With Our $100 Collateral NotM Funds left S years increase 41 , Yeur Altorney's Inquiry invited. Sellcltotlan ( these) nettem re ky strwaexctus enly. For Details Contacts COOltATION 131 N. Delaware 634-4541 Indianapolis. Indiana 46204 limited ta residents ef Indiana) WAREHOUSE SPACE UNITS OF . . . 200,000 Sq. Ft. 100,000 Sq. Ft. 22,500 Sq. Ft. 9,000 Sq. Ft. 8,100 Sq. Ft. 7,200 Sq. Ft. 3,600 Sq. Ft. All Warehouse Space Heated and Sprinklered. All Office Space Air Conditioned. CONTACT: C. W. JACKSON or PHIL DUKE Ph. 257-1517 NEED EXPERIENCED TEMPORARY OFFICE HELP? You'll get bdtrar job performanc with STANDBY GIRL' Call 635-1546 Standby MLvff OFFICE SERVICE 130 EAST WASHINGTON ST, INDIANAPOLIS LULU ! f ; zPiw zlj ljI;; t 1 II I ! f i.. -mb. mi , -,.t.j-y)f J ! !i ii " .llU'i; x: ' r' c ' Starcraft 812-824-9533 -fburwinds UKE MONROE P.O. BOX 428, BLOOMINCTON, IN0. 47401 COIN-RELIC FINDERS Reliable field tested Metal-Mineral Detectors $39 95 See METAL LOCATING EQUIP. CO.'s display at Lafayette Square Mall (near Main entrance fountain) and be sure to register for a Free Roth Detector to be given away at end of show, Sun-day, Feb. 14. OI.M STil I S 2916 W. 62nd St. 251-8472 W) are also New Horn of "MOSPECTORS CLUB INTERNATIONAL" Join Club receive bi-monthly nam letter "The Prospector" FUEL OIL YOU SAVE ON EACH PURCHASE PAY CASH SAVE MONEY 24-Hour Service 50 Gallons or more GALL 638-3555 Jk SQt km Tyler at 104.700 in a Camaro. In other qualifying, Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Ala., es tablished the second fastest speed for the Saturday's Per-matex 300 for late model American race at Daytona International bpeedway. Baker, a former Grand Na-sportsmen cars at 174.594 m.p.h. in a 1968 Dodge. However, he will get only the 14th spot on the starting grid because he missed the first day of qualifying Monday when Big 0 'Assists' Bucks' Victory Detroit (AP)-Greg Smith's lavuo on a long pass from Oscar Robertson with 22 seconds left enabled the Milwau kee Bucks to nip the Detroit Pistons, 107-106, in a National Basketball Association game last night. Smith's winning basket came seconds after Robertson had passed to Lou Alcindor, play ing with five personal fou to tie the game at 105-105. The victory was the 48th of the season against only 11 los ses for the Bucks, who stretched their Midwest Divl sion lead to 11 games over Detroit. MILWAUKEE (107) G P T Alcindor 1112-12 38 Dandridee 4 7-11 15 McGlckln 7 0- 0 14 Robertsn 10 5- 4 25 Smith 5 2-2 12 Boozer 0 1-1 1 Cunnnqhm 0 0-0 0 McLemore 10-0 2 Totall 40 27-33 107 DETROIT (104) G F T Bine Dlschlner Hewitt Moore Walker Komivel Lanier 11 1- 2 21 4 5- 7 17 1 2- 2 I 4- 4 II ? 10-11 2B 1 o- o 2 1- 1 Totall 40 24-30 10 Milwaukee 27 32 20 20107 Detroit . .. 27 21 24 25104 Fouled Out None. Total Fouls: Milwaukee 24, Detroit II, A-1 1.461. Garrett Won't Quit Football San Diego (AP) -Running back Mike Garrett will stay in professional football, forsaking a planned career in baseball, the San Diego Chargers announced yesterday. Sid Gillman, coach of the National Football League team, made the announcement jointly with Garrett's lawyer, John H. Karns. The terms of Garrett's 1971 contract were not disclosed but he reportedly played at a salary of $35,000 last year. The onetime Heisman trophy winner said the terms "were very attractive." Goodrich's 42 Paces Lakers Cleveland, Ohio (AP) Gail Goodrich, hitting : season-high 42 points, propelled the Los Angeles Lakers to a narrow 116-111 victory over the Cleveland Cavalier last night after blowing a 21-point first quarter lead. Lei Anqelei (111) Cleveland (111) po FT TP PO PT TP I 1- 7 lo-o i Chmhrln McCrlr Cricks Ooodrh West Narstn Totall a 1-3 II Smith Cooke Warien Sornion W Union Mlkan Johnson Wesley Totals . 31 12 . 10 12 0 l-l 1 3 0-6 t It 4- 1 41 1 0- 14 11 S- I II 4120-14 lit 0-0 1 ii mo so 0 0-1O 24 4 1-1 11-17 11 2- 1 24 44 11-11 111 Lot Aneelel Cleveland II N 21-114 14-111 Fouled eut None. Total louls Los Aneelel 11, Cleveland 1. A-3.111. College Wrestling AT 0R8RNCASTLI Indiana Cantial II, DePauw ma cenuai Jl, per-auw y hnore (IC) 114 Modqei (IC)l iwohbr (ICU 143 Oil (IC)i )S0 IC); iSl-Yanney (ICh tr- lll-Palmore 134-WHIowottbr Yonno I It 1 1 1 Oslos 10)1 177-Wood (Oil l0 John- Dick Simon became the first driver to enter the 55th Indian apolis 500 yesterday and three time Indy winner A.J. Foyt entered two cars without drivers. Simon, of Salt Lake City, Utah, placed 14th in his first start at Indianapolis last year and he finished 10th in the final United States Auto Club point standings. He entered two cars and list ed himself as owner. Foyt, of Houston, Tex., will again team up with sponsor James Greer also of Houston Two more Foyt-Greer Specials are expected to be entered by Foyt at a later date for his own use. a 47-29 lead at the intermission. St. Joe turned five steals into fast-break layups during that span. Ernie Fifer led the 9-10 Pumas with 22 points, with George Brun adding 16, Ed Muhlenkamp 14 and Roger Moran 11. Bill Fogt had 15 points and Jim Thaeker 13 for Wright State, which suffered its 13th loss against six victories. Bowling Leaders MEN 24-Jim Butler erl-t,MjCk hrlwthe e-w wini FOiiiivr w-eify Kaimun ee-Fioyd Br,.hardt tad-Gene fcieihof M-trf uaVmbOfl u-joe Kotarski uJ-U,ck htam 414-Herti Williams 414-Davg Young tU-Bill Ehret ei2-Larry Couk tll-vake Kteiiingly 611-Joe Piccione Sr. alu-Carl Agea tie-fore Brguse 610-BoO Harper t09-Daio Arterotirn 9-ay Ever son . tot-Larry Agnew 60e-Walt Folger tot-Paul Jackson 408-Maury Lathrap 408-Roy Mouiden 407-Ken Boling 407-Phil Gross 407-Jim Hardin 407-Duke Hennina, 607-Sam Jackson 407-R. Llckliter Jr. 407-Dave Martin 407-Bill Saligee 406-Andy Andrews tot-Roy Burrows tot-John Meyer tot-Joe Patterson eot-Hany Rasdall 405-Tont Drake tos-Abt Patton 605-Ron Woodrum t04-Tony Floreanag 404-Tom Means 404-Jack Ray 404-Bud Reeve 404-Joe Woods 60J-H. c. Meador 40-Mike Scott 403-Fred Stock 403-G. Wethinoton 401-Mile Yerich o-ooe Wick tso-Leunaro oeem o48-Gene Burgett 4t-Larry Cochran .. 447-Curly Solenger t4t-Chanie Budd 644-ioe Shumaker 643-Don Mann 44 1 -Bud Bragden 640-Harry Meyer! 440-Gene Nash t39-Ed Fancnalty 439-Vern Murphy 435-Fred Knauer 435-Bob Johnson 434-Miller Ensmmggr 434-Jint Hard i man 134-Rick Klasing 434-Dick Phillabaom 433-Jim Eohlin 432-Dick Payne 131 -Dick Dow jell, Jr. 431-Bob O'Donneil tJO-Paul Moxley tll-Gui wetter 427-Ed Leui 427-John Neelev 425-Dick Phillips 624-Gene Brown 623-Don Jones 421-Lovell Walker 422-BoO Oweni 421-Jim smith ail-Tom Young 420-Charles Correll 619-Bud Bragdon t02-Ray Bond t02-wayne Bucnaiiew 402-Jim Mathias aoi-Jetf Clevd 401-Alve Jenkins 401-Mike Underbill 01-F.lmer Walls 100-Russ Bailey 400-Pete Bear Jr. e0OLarrr Gorman 619-Jim Mincnin aiB-jtm dki 417-Wally Davll 617-Don Owen 414-BoO Brown 616-Joe MCNimara tit-Jim Peel 414-Rusty Wann MS-H. mecner too-Johnny Manning 41 4-Jack Ackerman tno-Frm Micnener 400-5 id Sebastian tit-Bud swinetore WOMEN 482-Susle Bohlsen 54t-Llnda fmaerly S44-Barbara Henrv tJt-Enid Hensley tJS-Edvth Gumersen 54t-Bttv Mudoick U9-pat Wallace 543-Judy Black 4it-Bars pan S-43-Beitv Coo ley Welsh tot-w ilma Wheeler 542-Norma 604-Lois Lawless t02-Ruth Albright 402 -Opal Dalrymelt 401 -M,d Whitakor 541-vlrglnle Davenport 541-peere Hook 541-Charlorte Lugar 541-Marge Mmalel 541-Pat Phillips 541-Dorethy Schach- 541 -f 'lane Wood 540-Bermce Luckemeler S40-Bettv Stewart 539-Betty Wick SJI-Rea Boles sjg.paula Hanover 531-Kathy Rosemyer SJI-Mary Stolle su Belly Riegel sjt-Jerl Worl SS-Mary Green Vi4-Ciai Bovles -4 gnnhla L"we 534-Cnnnie Roth "4 Martha Stenn 5JJ-B. Lawrence OS-Meg Wooderd ssi-Carolyn Beck SJl-Vlva Bnln 50 Barbara Sampson 5( Bonnie Oougles 517-Maroaret Long 584-Connie Roth 5J-Penny Mitchell 511-Jo Hoffman S0..Bettv VanHorn 571-Edvie Alderson tri-Joanne Hooper 577-Bev Christian- sen 577-Pat Dryer 177-Marllvn Plttman 57S-Pe Taylor 575-oiseia wne-wltsch J7J-Betty Denton 572-Oottle Cortil 5'0-Ann crun sas-Fdllh Rnkln Maclean Chichlou SM-Dot Sternberg se.u.neda Sctmeck JS7-Carelyn v.v-ime Brown 1S7-Fmna Mshan Jit-Marian Mm it ssr-Maslne Parker as-i inda Smith Hi-a-m Rivers s.r W'kerson "g-rtnnna Cale Sia-Altierte Dodd ta,hei Drnar H-non Wnlte -y-n.tiv BaM ST-Martha Orav sss-Phvllls Tailey SM-Vmillne Williams ssa-Ruth Parke s n Craner s.irihv wns-meyer ci-irn Mllc"at ssv.nee srnieer v(-v!ita pgvu 4v..Mriyn Mli'ehy l,ll Newland 537-Helen Rosehrock S17 WHma Wheeler 52t-Francei Dear sit-Petty Hussaker 52t-Ruthelmt Flanae.ih S!4 Bonnie Mead S74 ftvliy Slier 524- Helen ilofer 525- Jodle Bee llWoan Copui 325-Bai Oldham SSl-u. saenenncaer 5S Mary Martin .so-Rettve Morton 348-Fran Frltich sa-Ann Johnson 5-Oeorglan Lellar Ul-Jn Ray HI-Janet Tucker 547-Dana Bueschar 547-Jan Mantis 544 Marianne Ames 4-rat Baker Daytona Beach, Fla. (UPI)-Buck Baker qualified yesterday with a time of 107.948 miles per hour in a 1971 Firebird to take the pole position for Friday's Citrus 250 Grand tional star whose son Buddy was the fourth fastest qualifier for Sunday's Daytona 500, was more than a half mile an hour faster than H. B. Bailey in a 1971 Firebird. BAILEY'S TIME was 106.551 m.p.h., followed by Wayne An drews at 105.770 m.p.m. in a Mustang and Californian Paul Salukis Rip Wisconsin Carbondale, I1L (UPI)-Greg Starrick and L C Brasfield each scored 22 points to lead Southern Illinois to an 86-75 non-conference college basketball victory over Wisconsin last night. The Salukis, now 7-8, held a 42-36 halftime lead but Wisconsin came back to go ahead 50-48 early in the second half. Southern Illinois tied it at scores of 50 and 52-all before reeling off 21 points to the Badgers 10 which gave the Salukis an 11-point lead at 73-62 with 4:26 remaining. Wisconsin (75) SIU Brasfield Hawttine Powlei Garrett Starrick Marker Portonal Hslck Bradley Crawl Molnar Totall (M) FO FT TP 2- 0 4 2 0-04 3 1- 2 11 I- 7 21 5 2-212 2 4-41 11-23 10-12 0 0-00 0 0-00 31 13 25 75 FGFTTP 10 2- 222 Sherred Frasor Rlclmels Howard Watson Conlon Oler Uohoff Manwne Cannon Totall S 1- 2 11 n. n 3- 31 0-7 22 0- 0 0-0 4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 37 12-14 l Wisconsin .. Southern Illinois Fouled out: SIU, Powles. Total fouls: Wisconsin 13, Attendance: 3,700. 34 3-7S 42 SIU II. Cowens Sparks Celts Over Bulls Chicago (UPI) Rookie Dave Cowens netted the go-ahead basket with 36 seconds to play and dropped an insurance free throw with two ; seconds remaining last night to give the Boston Celtics a come-from-behind 90-88 win over the Chicago Bulls in a National Basketball Association game. oston (to) Chlcaqe (Ml FO FT TP FO FT TP S 0- 0 10 13 7-10 31 9 4- S 10 2 0-1 4 5 1- 1 II Kuberskl Havlicek Love Hither Brwnklt Moan Suokai o 10 7- 7 27 7 4- S II Cowens 4- 7 Chaney White Fh'kel J- 11 2- 3 10 1-4 S 3- 3 7 0-0 3 1 0-0 2 1 0- 0 14 0 0-0 0 Nelrn Kin Sandert Weill . A. Wilms 2 2-2 Totall 3114-lf to Totall 31 24-35 II Boston , 20 27 M Chicago Pooled out None. Total lonlii Bolton 25, Chicago 17. A 10,431. Phoenix Downs Bullets, 120-li.t Baltimore (UPI)-The Phoenix Suns, fighting for a playoff berth in the National Basketball Association, pulled away from Baltimore in the final a minutes to beat the Bullets, 120115, last night despite a season high output of 38 points by Earl Monroe. Phoenli (120) Baltimore (us) FO PT TP I 3- I 17 0 0-00 Hill 4 4 I II 11311 14 7 1-3 1) II I-1 V 1 3- I 13 1 0-0 I 45 30-34 120 PO PT TP Countt Oreen carter 1- I Johnson 1 I- 4 Harrlt Lounqhory 1-1 1- 1 Hatklnt Hiwklni III. l VAridale Marin Monroe Murrey Tresvant Unield 11 7-1 14 10-10 10-0 1 0- 4 4 1-1 walk Weliel Totall Totall 4417-3111$ Phoanli Baltimore II 14 10 110 11- 111 Total foulsi Phoenli Altendancli 4,054. 11, laltlmeri 14. STAR STATE REPORT Rensselaer, Ind. The St. Joseph's Pumas parlayed balanced scoring and a .518 shooting percentage from the field into an 87-59 college basketball victory over Wright State of Ohio last night. The Pumas took the lead for good at 18-16 and broke the game open in the last 5 minutes of the first half when they outscored the Raiders, 21-5, for Wright State (59) FG FT PF St. Joseph's (17) FO FT Pr Thaeker Foot Minds Magi II 5 J- 7 3 Fueoer 0- 0 6 0 1 3- 4 Brun Morgan Fiter Muhlkma Frill Phillips Mutrspaw Pankey Vndrhaar Pttnoell Brock Facen Totall 4- 5 1- 2 2- 1 2- 3 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 1- 3 1- 1 Donahue 2 4- I To linqer 1 0 0- 1 1- 2 Comett Woosler :iark 0 2- 2 4 1 0 0- 0 0- 0 Cross walker 0- 1 0- 0 Totall 22 15-29 12 9-1) 24 Halftimt icon: St. Joseph's 47, Wright State 29. Rebounds: St. Joseph's 49, WrlgM State 40. Errors: St. Joseph's 20, WrlgM State 27. A-2,000. Race Results SANTA ANITA 1- Flo Ann Fleet (Cooper) $41.00, 15 40, I. 2t Maytheqo (Sellers) 5.00, 4.001 Painted Valley (Pierce) 9.20. 2- Cache Valley (Pincay) M.40, 3.80, 2.40; Artmahle High (Shoemaker) 4.40, 3.40; Murph N. Cene (Belmonte) 3.40. Dally Double (1-1) Paid 1209.00 Consolation Double (1-11) Paid SJ1.40 3- Veeai Vic (Grant) 114.20, 7.10, 4.00; Bon Voyage (Shoemaker) 5.40, 3.40; Long Term (Lambert) 2 40. 4- Vlkme Court (Gemalei 114.10, 7.10, 5.40j Right Command (Pincay) 4.40, 3.40; Juniper Sierra (Lambert) 4.40. 5- Nahallat (Cordero) 9.20, 5.00, 3.10; Doc Moody (Pincay) 4.20, 3.00; Timoteo (Rosales) 4.40. e-Liherty Card (Cordero $1.40. 4.40, 3 40; King Albert (Metwrney) 3.00, 2.40; Cross Deception (Pincay) 3.00. 7-Top The Market (Belmont) (19.40, II. 40, MO; Elephant Walk (Pincay) 10.20, 4.10; Lord Adare (Alvarvg) 3.40. O-Balcony'i Babe (Belmonte) 114.40, 4 40, ).D0; Aladancer (Cordero Jr.) 5.40, 3.40; Turkish Trousers (Shoemaker) 1.20. 9-Cherokee Strip (Pincay) 011.00, 5.00, 3.40; Battle Royal (Shoemaker! 5.10, 4.40; Decorator King (Oenialei) Mo. AP Major College Basketball Ratings 1. UCLA (17) le-1 746 3. Mareuette (27) 11-0 742 3. Southern California 14-1 597 4. Pennsylvania 10-0 547 . Kansas (1) 14-1 311 I. Jacksonville 15-2 35 7. Western Kentucky 13-3 3D I. Kentucky 15-3 300 9. Notre Dame 11-5 110 10. South Carolina 13-4 149 11. North Carolina 13-3 145 12. Ouquesne IS I U3 13. Laialla 15-2 II 14. Tennessee 1- '5 15. Houston 17-1 73 It. Michigan 1J- 40 17. Murray Stale 15-3 55 II. Villanova 16-4 SO 19. Utah state . IM 44 SO. Fordham 1-1 39 Also receiving volet were In alphabetical orderi Denver, Drake. Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Long Beactt Stale, Mem-Hxii Stale. Miami or Ohio, New Meilce State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Perdue, Virginia, Weitent Michigan. U.S. Basketball Borden at Chailesiow, epd., weather. Calumet 71, Gi' Andreas el. Carthage 74, fcdlnburg J. vansvllle Centrel 10, Iventvllle Memorial n. Oary Wallace 9T, Fast Oary 71. Hmihstadt 19, Teromseh 41. Mllltown at North Harrison, epd., weather. Mount Vernon 75, vansvllle Reltl 74. North Centrel (iullivan Ce.) twiti ''llorlh' Salem 73, New Market 71. River Forest 92. Merrlllvllle 41. Rushvllle 94, Trl-MHh 51. 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