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SUNDAY MOKMM;, MARCH 8, 197 COD i vri 1' It I n -m hi U UT VJLQJllJLll- wC9 J ucain spier iiiiiis JJ9 2 Real Estate Sales Agents call Mr. Bass 459-1921 oes Out lit Colonels Lose 3411 Ban)stoii U. 4828 Brownsbofo tl Ctr. THE (OUmER-JOURNAL & TIMES, L01TS 1L1.E. KV. Hot; IU G Associated Prtst It was, above all, the only way for The Rocket to go out. In a shower of sparks and shattered records. These things happened at Lafayette, Ind., yesterday as Rick (The Rocket) Mount closed out his brilliant college basketball career: (1) While losing 48-44, Minnesota enraged the 14,123 fans by playing a slowdown game which resulted, among other -things, in a 19-12 half time score (favor of Purdue). (2) Mount, needing 13 points to break the all-time Big Ten scoring record, had just seven at the half. He finally tied the mark by sinking a technical foul shot with 15 minutes left to play, and broke it moments later. (3) A fellow by the name of Don Schlundt added luster to the proceedings by attending the game and cheering for Mount to break the record which had been held by Don Schlundt. Schlundt, an Indianapolis insurance MICHIGAN IN - Player Is fsa It fta reb pi 1p Tomianovieh .:.-12 23 9 14 , 22 3 33 Carter 11 18 , 5 10 3 3 27 Rod Ford t 13 2 3 9 2 14 Henry 3 5 0 1 4 5 6 Fife 7 13 6 6 2 4 . 20 Bloodworth 0 11 2 1 1 1 Grablec . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hayward ..0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Fraumann 1 3 3 4 ' 2 1 5 Fishman 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 NIcksic 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Team 5 , Totals 41 71 16 40 44 II 108 INDIANA Player li fta It fta reb pi tp Johnson 4 10 2 4 10 4 10 Wriflht 7 12 2 5 6 5 14 Atkinson 3 9 3 3 3 1 9 . B. Niles 4 5 1 1 5 3 9 M. Nlles 2 5,0 0 4 2 4 Morgan 1 2 ' 0 0 2 1 2 Stocksdalt 3 6 4 4 2 2 10 Gipson 3 7 0 0 1 2 4 Rick Ford 4 6 5 5 4 3 13 Harris 6 15 8 8 5 5 20 Team 4 Totals 37 7 7 25 30 43 27 Halftime: Michigan 59-45. Shooting percentages Michigan .526; Indiana .481. Attendance 6,837, PURDUE 48 piyer fg faa ft . fta reb pf tp Bedford 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 Mount 8 17 6 7 0 2 22 Faerber 3 3 2 2 4 2 8 Ford 3 7 1 3 7 2 7 Johnson 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Longfellow 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 Weatherford 5 15 1,1 4 2 11 Team 1 Totals 1 43 10 14 22 14 48 MINNESOTA 44 Player l fsa ft fta reb pf tp Hill .. 1 7 1 2 3 4 3 Shannon 4 7 4 6 l 112 Mikan 8 10 2 2 9 ' 3 18 Overskel 2 3 0 2 6 3 4 Regenfuss 3 3 1 3 317 Team 3 Totals - -II 30 8 15 25 11 44 Halftime: Purdue 19-12. Shooting percentages: Minnesota .600; Purdue .442. Attendance 14,123. executive, scored 1,451 points in 60 games spread over four seasons (1952-55) at Indiana University. The Rocket needed just 42 games in three seasons to score 1,461 points. He totaled 22 yesterday as Purdue, unshaken by the Minnesota stall, stayed in front by at least four points all the way. Schlundt personally congratulated Mount after the game. The Lebanon, Ind., flash also was informed that the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., has requested his jersey and career statistics for display in its museum. Minnesota got 18 points from Larry Mikan and 12 from Ollie Shannon, but its leading scorer with a 24-point average Eric Hill scored only three. Minnesota closed out 13-11 overall and 7-7, good for fifth place, in the conference. Purdue wound up in second place in the Big Ten at 11-3 and 18-6 overall. At Ann Harbor, Michigan raced to a 59-45 halftime bulge and held off Indiana University for a 108-99 victory. Rudy Tamjonavich set an all-time Michigan career record of 1,039 rebounds as the Wolverines closed at 5-9 in the league and 10-14 in all games. Indiana, which got 20 points from "Bubbles" Harris and , 16 from Joby Wright, finished up with a 3-11 Big Ten slate and an overall mark of 7-17. WISCONSIN 87 Player FO FT TP OHIO STATE 94 Player fg ft tp DeComber ..1 0-0 2 Cleamons 6 2-3 14 Oler 3 1-1 , 7 Andreas . 0 0-0 O Henry . 8 4-5 20 Sorenson 12- 6-6 30 SherroiJ .... 7 7-12 21 Barclay 8 0-1 14 Frasor .,...7 4-4 18 Finney 9 5-5 23 Mavberr 5 3-5 13 Minor 3 1-1 7 Zink .......0 2-2 3 Smith 1 0-0 2 Drayton 2 0-0 4 Heximer .1 0-0 2 inompson .. u t Totals ... 33 21-29 87 Totals Halftime: Ohio State 49-32. Attendance 6,828. ....40 16-18 96 ILLINOIS 74 MICUIftAM STATE II Plavsr FG .FT TP Pluvtr FG FT T Miller k .7 1ft Jaricson ' 10 7-8 27 3-3 i price 3 l-l li 2 Howat 3 i-3 a 1? Miller 5 3-4 13 8 Crew 7 3-3 17 28 . . Tetais .jo w-i Gutkskl 5 Gibbns 0 Bogks 6 Ward 3 Benimn 12 Totals L. 32 17-23 81 Halftime 36-36 (tie). Attendance 6,450. IOWA 115 2-2 0-2 Player FG Johnson .10 Calabria 8 Brown 8 Vidnvc 7 McGlmr 4 Jensen 2 Hazley 0 Grbnskl 0 Hodge 0 Lusk 0 Schultz 0 Miller 0 Totals ... 39 Halftime Iowa Attendance 5,689. FT TP 12-15 32 4-7 20 4-5 20 11-11 25 4-4 12 0-0 M 2-2 O-O 0-0 0-1 0-0 37-45 115 52-42. NORTHWESTERN 101 Player FG FT TP Kelley 11 6-7 28 Adams 8 4-4 20 Sarno 4 8-10 20 Moran 11 2-5 24 Crandl 2 1-1 5 Bradof 0 0-0 0 Jeroan 0 0-0 O Berg 2 0-4 4 Hentl 0 0-0 O Totals 40 21-27 101 Grosso Injures Ankle In 72-67 Loss to Bradley Continued From Page CI how important he's been to us all year (Grosso got 23 points and 13 rebounds last night)." :;;: , "But Bradley hit the boards well, especially the offensive boards. We weren't very steady. (U of L committed 17 turnovers to Bradley's 16). When we got a chance, first Henry Bacon, then Grosso, then Al Vilcheck threw the ball away. You just can't do that in a close game." , , ' Tied With North Texas The contest didn't have that much at stake or did it? Louisville could have tied Cincinnati for second place in the Missouri Valley Conference. Instead it wound up deadlocked with North Texas State for the third spot with a won-lost record of 11-5. U of L is 18-8 in all games. It was the last game of the season for Bradley, which was trying to avoid its worst campaign since 1955-56 when it finished 13-13. Both clubs took after each other as if the national championship were at stake. Actually, it was pride. Criddle Hurts U of L Bradley, finishing 14-12 overall anc 7-9 in the conference, was unhappy about losing to U of L 71-69 at Freedom Hall. In that Jan. 31 game, U of L .won on a late, tip-in by Grosso, but the Peorians thought Sam Simmons had been fouled under the basket by Vilcheck with slightly over a minute to play and Bradley holding a one-point lead. At any rate, Bradley got inside all night long as it did in the Freedom Hall match. Senior Cal Criddle, playing his last game at Bradley, was especially impressive with 17 points, mostly on tip-ins. He broke U of L's back. A tip-in by Grosso pulled Louisville Spitz Breaks Own Record As IU Swimmers Cavort BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Indiana's Mark Spitz broke his own NCAA record in the 100-yard butterfly last night, and the Hoosiers won four more events to complete their runaway victory in the Big Ten swimming meet. The Hoosiers won 13 of the meet's 18 events and piled up a record 554 points in a three-day meet. to within one, 58-57 with 5:01 to go.' But a freethrow by Simmons, two foul shots by Gene Gathers and Criddle's drive right down the middle put Bradley in front 63-57: Jim Price's rebound shot snapped the Louisville drought, but Criddle's leaping rebound under the goal with 2:33 left wrapped it up. Rich Schultz then scored from underneath and Bradley spurted to a 10-point advantage, 70-60, on 5-foot 4 Frank Sylvester's two free throws. The most comical thing about the whole game occurred when Sylvester tied up the 6-9 Grosso in the early minutes of action. ' 1 i Little Sylvester, who did a fine job' running Bradley's attack, was at a one-foot, 5-inch height disadvantage. Sylvester didn't bother to jump and Rich Schultz raced to where Grosso tapped the ball and retrieved it for Bradley. But Bradley was unable to capitalize, losing possession on a bad pass. Louisville, which has dropped four of its last six games, shot poorly. It hit just 28 of 71 field-goal attempts for 39.4 per cent. Bradley, meanwhile, connected on 26 of 62 for 41.9 per cent. 'Vampire Five' Gets Chance With Bradley in front 67-59 with 1:40 to play, Dromo started substituting. "The 'Vampire Five' deserve to play, too," Dromo said. "They're on the team, and they're grateful to play. I wish some of the starting players had their desire. But sophomores make mistakes." Only Grosso and Price, with 17, were in double figures for Louisville, Gathers contributed 17 and Schultz 14 to the Bradley cause. And Sylvester, whq tallied -17 points in Bradley's 87-83 upset Cincinnati earlier in the week, had eight. LOUISVILLE 67 - Player f fsa ft fta reb pf tp Bacon I 5 2 2 5 4 4 Vilcheck ...j.... 3 9 1 1 10 4 7 Grosso ....11 19 1 4 13 2 23 Price 6 15 5 6 8 4 17 Carter 3 110 1 12 6 Lawhon 3 9 2 2 3 1 8 Studer 0 O 0 1.1 1 0 Perkins ... 1 3 . 0 0 4 2 2 Pry 0 O 0 0 0 1 0 Neely 0 0 0 0 0 0 O Totals 28 71 11 17 45 21 67 BRADLEY 72 Player ti fsa ft fta reb pf tp Schultz 7 14 0 2 6 5 14 Criddle 7 12 3 5 7 1 17 Gathers 4 16 11 14 4 17 Sylvester 2 5 4 4 3 3 8 Simmons 2 ,8 4 7 6 2 8 Gay 4 7 0 0 3 1 8 Rohlman 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 Cruso 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 Ulmer 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 26 62 20 2 3? 14 72 Halftime Bradley 35-31. Shooting percentages Louisville 39.4, Bradley 41.9. Denver Repeats as Ski Champ FRANCONIA, N. H. (AP) Jay Rand of the University of Colorado soared to victory in the 50-meter jump yesterday while the University of Denver successfully defended its title in the NCAA ski meet at Cannon Mountain. Rand, from Lake Placid, N.Y., combined jumps of 166 and 156 feet for a total of 206.3 style points. , Florida Floats to Title ATHENS, Ga. (AP)-The Florida '.' Gators, churning to first places in three of the final seven events, edged Tennessee 545-519 yesterday to capture the 29th annual Southeastern Conference Swim-ting and Diving Championships. Own a Cadillac? Of course you can! Iff Pride of Ownership When you drive a Cadillac, you have the deep satisfaction of knowing that you are at the wheel of the most distinguished, and the most wanted car on the road. Cadillac, hading sots gaintr in I960 . . . 15.37. INCRtASt! 728 So. 4th Street 583-9771 I 5 i ( - K I ' I J f trw - 1 ' Staff Photo Ovei WESTERN KENTUCKY'S Jim McDaniels is consoled by coach Johnny Oldham, after fouling ' out in yesterday's NCAA Tournament game at Dayton, Ohio. McDaniels scored 29 points but Western lost to Jacksonville 109-96. ' V Special to The Courier-Journal & Timet DALLAS There he was, Louie Damp-ier, firing in baskets from all over the court and scoring a career high 55 points. And there they were, the Ken- Western's McDaniels Heads OVC Honor Squad; Oldham Selected Coach of Year NASHVILLE, Tenn." (AP) Western Kentucky placed three men on the 1970 All-Ohio Valley Conference basketball team, as Western's ..Jim McDaniels and John Oldham won player and coach of the year honors, respectively. Western, undefeated, is the conference champion. The team selected by OVC coaches, included five unanimous choices among the 10 men selected. In addition to McDaniels, they are Jim- Day of More-head, East Tennessee's Mike Kretzer, Claude Virden of Murray State and Howard Wright of Austin Peay. . -y. The all-OVC team: ":. Jim Day, Mo'rehead, -8 lunior from Ashland, Ky.; Mike Kretzer, East Tennessee, e-5 senior from Spring-field, NJ.) Jim McDaniels, western, 7-0 lunior from Scottsvllle, Ky.; Jerome Perry, Western 4-4 junior from Louisville; Ken Riley, Middle Tennessee, e-5 from Nashville. . Jim Rose, Western, e-3 lunior from Hazard, Ky.; Claude Virden, Murray, i-6 senior from Akron, Ohio; Willie Woods, Eastern, Kentucky-, o-2 senior from Louisville; Howard Wright, Austin peay, 6-2 senior from Louisville and Jimmy Young, Murray, 6-0 lunior from Cunningham, Tenn. Barry's 45 Points Lead Caps Over Rocky Rockets Associated Press Rick Barry, the man with the golden arm and the plywood knee, was up to his old tricks last night as he sparked Washington to a 144-128 victory over the visiting Denver Rockets in an American Basketball Association game. Barry, who has missed most of the season after undergoing knee surgery again, poured in a Washington ' Coliseum record 45. points, including the basket that put the Caps ahead to stay 94-92 with two minutes remaining in the third quarter. Denver, losing for the third time in its last four games, was sparked by Spencer Haywood's 43 points including 17 of 17 foul shots. The Rockets were without all-star guard Larry Jones, who is out with a hairline fracture in his right foot. Jones' replacement, Lonnie Wright, had 24 points for the Western Division leaders. Third-place Washington is now IV2 games behind ttie Rockets, In the National Basketball Association, the New York Knicks came roaring back from a 41-22 deficit in the second quarter to trim the 76ers 111-104 in Philadelphia. Reserve Dave Stallworth, who scored a season-high 25 points, converted a three-point play to put the Knicks ahead to stay 98-96 in the final quarter. It was the Eastern Division, leaders' fifth straight victory. At Detroit, meanwhile, the San Diego Rockets went down to defeat for the fifth time in a row and the ninth time in their last 10 games when the Pistons rallied for a 134-126 triumph. San Diego, with Elvin Hayes getting 22 of his 33 points in the first 24 minutes, led at the half 67-58. But then Detroit's four-man attack took over, Dave Bing winding up with 32 points, Jimmy Walker with 29, Otto Moore with 25 and Erwin Mueller with a season high of 24. tucky Colonels, losing their third straight American Basketball Association game and their 11th in their last 13 starts. The Dallas Chaparrals turned the trick last night, using a 32-13 advantage from the foul line to sink the ColoneLs 129-124 despite Dampier's heroics. Dampier, a 6-foot guard, sank a dozen two-point field goals, nine from three-point range and added four free throws, but the Chaps still managed to pull away in the closing minutes. , Dampier's 55 points equaled the ABA season high set by Washington's Rick Barry earlier in the week and came within two of the league record of 57 established last year by Connie Hawkins. Dampier's previous high game as a pro was 54 points againt the Indiana pacers two years ago. Smith Joins Injured List Adding insult to injury last night the top two Dallas scorers were Manny Leaks, a former Colonel, with 34 points, and Kentuckian Glen Combs of Carr Creek with 33. And speaking of injury, the Colonels lost forward Sam Smith for "several days," according to coach Gene Rhodes, with an injured knee. Smith was knocked out of action in the opening minutes of play. Kentucky was already playing minus the services of high-scoring guard Darel Carrier, who is out with a back injury. The Colonels are now only one-half game ahead of third-place Carolina in the Eastern Division race while the triumph moved Dallas to within one-half game of the top in the Western Division. . Kentucky's next game will be Monday night at New Orleans. KENTUCKY 124 DALLAS 12? , Player FG FT TP Player FG FT TP Llgon 10 3-5 23 Powell 5 7-11 17 Smith 0 0-0 0 .J Beasley . 8 6-6 22 Moore 6 2-2 14 Leaks 14 6-7 34 Dampier ..21 4-7 55 Combs 12 6-8 33 Chapman ... 6 1-1 13 Boone 5 5-7 15 Olsen 0 2-4 2 McGill .0 0-0 0 Tinsley 5 1-2 11 McHartley ..0 1-1 1 AAurrell 3 0-1 6 Bedell ... 2 0-1 4 . . . C Beasley .1 1-1 3 Totals ... 51 13-22 124 Totals ... 47 32-42 129 KENTUCKY COLONELS 23 34 33 34-124 DALLAS CHAPARRALS 30 2( 37 36129 Three-point field goals Dampier 9, Combs 3. Attendance 4,068. BRANDS YOU KNOW! $60,000 overstock from Alabama WHOLESALER to be sold at close-out prices. Tackle boxes, Pflueger Electric Motors only Vi price, Garcia Reels and Rods. All name brands Fen-wick, Heddon. SURPLUS BAIT BARN 1730 W. Market 583-3236 TRIOfflPlHI. 3 USA's 1 Sports Car 1rkirkiHrk1ck1rkit-lr CI ATI II rLHelilt NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED irkriHHrk Immediate Delivery TAFIEL MOTORS 839 E. BROADWAY AT CAMPBELL 584-4305 32, Walker 29, Moore 25, Quick 6, McLemore 5, AT DETROIT (134) Bing Mueller 24, Dischinger 8, Hewitt 3, Komives 2, Mix 0. SAN DIEGO (I2i)-Hayes 33, Lantz 28, Riley 16, Koiis 13, Kimball 10, Barrtett 10, Block 8, Smith 6, Trapp 2, A. Williams 0. SAN DIEGO ROCKETS 36 31 25 34-12 DETROIT PISTONS 34 24 41 35-134 Attend mce 4,238. AT PHILADELPHIA (104) Cunningham 36, Clark 24, Washington 16, Greer 11, Imhoff 7, Jones 6, Het-zel 4. Jackson 0. NEW YORK (lll)-Reed 29, Stallworth 25, Frazier 12, Riordan 12, Russell 12, DeBusschere 11, Barnett 8, Bowman 2, Warren 0. NEW YORK KNICKS ' 16 34 21 33-111 PHILADELPHIA 74 ERS i.. ....... 33 27 24 20-104 Attendance 9,318. AT WASHINGTON (144) Barry 45, ' Barrett 19, Brfdds 18, Taylor 17, Carter 15, Brown 13, Harge ,12, Card 3, Eakfns 2. r - . ... , DENVER (128)-Haywood 43, Wright 24, Congdon 19, Keye 14, Hammond 13, Beck 7, Warley 5, Witt-man 3, Piatkowskl 0. DENVER ROCKETS 24 36 33 35-128 WASHINGTON CAPS 30 34 38 42-144 Attendance 4,346. Professional Sports Calendar American Basketball Association .American Hockey League EASTERN DIVISION Team W. L. Pel. Team W. L. Pet. KENTUCKY . 32 31 .508 New York ... 34 36 Carolina 32 32 .500 Pittsburgh ... 22 43 Denver ....... 37 28 .569 Miami , .... 19 47 WESTERN DIVISION .41)6 .338 .288 Team W. L. Pet. x-N.- Orleans 31 30 ,508 Los Angeles . 31 35 .470 Team W. L. Pet. Dallas - 36 28 .563 Washington ...37 31 .544 New Orleans ..31 31 .500 FRIDAY'S RESULTS ' Los' Angeles 126, KENTUCKY 106. Indiana 119, Miami 116. , New York 104, Pittsburgh 103 (overtime). i Carolina 98, Dallas 94. LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS SsDallas 129, KENTUCKY 124. , Washington 144, Denver 128. . , Carolina 116, New Orleans 102. TODAY'S GAMES Carolina New York, afternoon. Dallas at Indiana, afternoon '. New Orleans at Denver, afternoon, Miami at Pittsburgh. , ' National Hockey League EASTERN DIVISION Team W. L. T. Pts. Team Montreal 37 11 11 85 Quebec .. Springfield .29 25 5 63 Providence WESTERN DIVISION Team .... W. L. T. Pts. Team Buffalo ...36 13 13 85, Hershey Bammore ..21 22 13 55 W, L. T. Pts. .24 31 6 54 19 19 11 49 Rochester Cleveland 14 33 FRIDAY'S RESULTS W. L. T. Pts. 21 26 12 54 IB 29 14 50 13 41 Rochester 6. Buffalo 6 (tip). Montreal 7, Baltimore 4. Quebec 4, Springfield 1. , . LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Hershey 3, Cleveland 2. Springfield 4, Montreal 2. TODAY'S GAMES Hershey at Buffalo. Baltimore at Montreal, afternoon. Quebec at Providence. Cleveland at Rochester. i , National Basketball Association Team Boston ' New York Chicago - EAST DIVISION 1 W. L. T. Pts. Team W.L.T. 34 14 15 83 Detroit ...33 18 11 Team St. Louis .. Pittsburgh .34 16 13 81 Montreal .35 20 7 77 Toronto ... WEST DIVISION W. L. T. Pts. . Team 31 23 9 7U.x-Oakland : 23 30 9 55 Minnesota - Philadelphia 15 25 23 53 x-L. Angeles FRIDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 3, New York 1. Chicago 3, Oakland 2. LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Boston 5, Philadelphia 5 (tie). Detroit 4, Montreal 2. Minnesota 8, Toronto 3. St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 2 (tie). Oakland at Los Angeles TODAY'S GAMES Montreal at Boston, afternoon. Los Angeles at Oakland, afternoon, Pittsburgh at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. Minnesota at Detroit. 31 18 26 26 Pts. 77 75 63 W. L. T. Pts. Team New York .. Milwaukee Baltimore .. Philadelphia Team Atlanta Los Angeles Phoenix . .. Chicago EASTERN DIVISION Team W. L. Pet. Boston ... 31 41 .431 x-Cincinnatl . 32 43 .427 Detroit . ......30 46 .395 W. L. Pet. Seattle 33 41 .446 x-s. Francisco 28 46 .378 17 36 8 12 30 19 9 44. 9 W. L. Pet. .57 15 .792 , 52 23 .693 . 45 30 .600 .38 36 .514 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Team . 42 33 .560 . 40 35 .532 . 34 42 .447 San Diego ... 24 48 .333 , 3J 41 .446 FRIDAY'S RESULTS New York 107, San Diego 103. " " Philadelphia 150, Boston 134. Milwaukee 121, Detroit 118. Baltimore 105, Los Angeles 100. San Francisco 107, Phoenix 97. , . 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