Poughkeepsie Journal from Poughkeepsie, New York on November 7, 1976 · Page 9B
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Poughkeepsie Journal from Poughkeepsie, New York · Page 9B

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STAN SMITH'S TENNIS CLASS Sunday, Novtnbw 7, 1976 PouqMt pb Joumot 9B 'SLICE "WW PE - re. Mr 7 7 ..q flftM K " vou weVrr 7 ifM flHB. l" '' I M jgSV"t,,,", v tH 0 wisSS - succ i Tiny ROflIN' RLE! YOUR ROCK HOMO, TMK eEBCEtEBOE IS 60 IT TMB B5UQ1 r aoaiNRnu whist - man TEUattEB 30eN TMB cauTjEounces U! Misses Dr. J . By ALEX SAC1IARE AP Sporti Writer Unio'ndale, n.y. (AP) Tiny A and Dr. J in the NBA." proclaimed the New York Nets promotions, and no one looked forward to that combination more thin Nate Archibald, the party of the first part. And when Julius Erving, the party of the second part, was sold to '.Philadelphia, breaking up the magic formula that was going to carry the Nets to the National Basketball Association title, few took it as hard as Archibald. V'People were looking forward to Doc and me playing together so was I," said Archibald. "We nepded him here. I've had close friends traded to other teams before, and I felt real bad. But it's a hard business. You've got to know that. "There's no substitute for the Doctor, but he's gone to another team. He's gone, but I'm still going out to win." The lithe, 5 - foot - ll Archibald is a quiet young man, introspective, moody at times, the opposite of his on - court personna. In uniform he is a dynamo, cutting a path to the hoop between players a foot taller. But off - court he prefers to keep to himself, speaking only when spoken to. Because of his natural reticence, many of the Nets didn't know what to make of Archibald when the Kansas City Kings fulfilled his long - expressed desire and traded him to New York in the offseason. "He was hard to reach." said Nets forward Rich Jones. "We never could tell where his head was at." "The only way these guys are going to get me to say something is out on the court," countered Archibald, who once led the NBA in both scoring and assists and has career averages of 25,1 points and 8.1 assists per game. "I have always been a quiet person." When Erving was sold just prior to the start of the season, many of the Nets angrily denounced owner RoyJlec. Archibald was as sappointed as anyone, but kept his feelings quiet. "A situation like that is between Doc and management, and I'm not about to criticize either side," Archibald said. "A player shouldn't be knocking management. Anybody who does, well, he could go the same way as Doc. "Management is paying everybody to play, and we have to play whether or not we like what happened. We've got to play a lot of games together. This personal stuff won't help anybody." Archibald has had some problems fitting in with the pattern offense Nets Coach Kevin Loughery has gone to following the loss of Erving. His game is running, and Loughery feels he just doesn't have the personnel for a fast - break offense. Evert To Lead Women In Wig htm an Cup Bid LONDON (AP) Chris Evert leads the United States women this week in a bid to regain the Wightman Cup from Britain and redeem America's tennis reputation. If the British squad wins the seven - match series at London's Crystal Palace Sports Center next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, it will be the first time in history that Britain has won the trophy three years running. Miss Evert, the world's No. 1 woman player, is the Americans' ace card. Even British fans expect Miss Evert to win her two singles matches against Virginia Wade. British playing captain, and Sue Barker. After that, the United States' fortunes will be in the hands of Rosie Casals. Mona Schallau Guerrant and Ann Kiyomura. Billie Jean King, who was named as U.S. captain and was expected to play doubles with her old partner Rosie Casals, has pulled out because of injury. Ci vrK3ff dt At See M i . LETTERI1 SPORTING GOODS INC. 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