The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 6, 1985 · Page 38
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San Bernardino, California
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Saturday, April 6, 1985
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The Sun Saturday, April 6, 1985 Kings beat Canucks, 4 - 3; Dionne goes past Esposito Associated Press VANCOUVER, British Columbia Third - period goals 47 seconds apart by veteran Dave Taylor and rookie Ken Hammond gave the Los Angeles Kings a 4 - 3 National Hockey League victory Friday night over the Vancouver Canucks. Taylor broke a 2 - 2 tie with his Calgary catches Oilers in 5 - 5 tie Associated Press EDMONTON, Alberta The Calgary Flames spotted Edmonton a three - goal lead in the first 14 Va minutes, then rallied to gain a 5 - 5 National Hockey League tie with the Oilers on Friday night when rookie Joe Otto scored from the edge of the crease with 66 seconds left in the third period. The point for the deadlock also lifted Calgary into a second - place tie in the Smythe Division with the Winnipeg Jets, who meet the Oilers here Saturday night. The Jets and Flames wind up the regular season Sunday in Calgary. The tie spoiled a brilliant performance by Edmonton's Paul Coffey, who set up the Oilers' first four goals, three on power plays, and added his own goal. 39th goal of the season at 15:44 and Hammond, in his second NHL game, got the eventual winner at 16:31. Hammond's goal was his first as a professional after he helped Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, N.Y., to the NCAA championship last Saturday. Marcel Dionne assisted on both goals and moved past Phil Esposito into third place in the NHL record book with 875 regular - season assists, two more than Esposito. Terry Ruskowski scored the Kings' other two goals. Jean - Marc Lanthier, Gary Lu - pul and Peter McNab scored for the Canucks, one of five NHL teams which will miss the upcoming playoffs. The Kings got a steady game in goal from rookie Darren Eliot, who faced 35 Vancouver shots. Richard Brodeur of the Canucks, named the team's most valuable player before the game, had 26 shots to handle as he appeared for the 44th time in Vancouver's last 53 games. Tied 2 - 2, Dave Taylor put the Kings ahead on a pass from Craig Redmond and Hammond made it 4 - 2 on a long shot from the point as Dionne screened Brodeur. McNab added another power - play goal for the Canucks in the final minute after Brodeur was pulled for an extra attacker. 1 AliVvVVJi - 4: - A I ' - ' ' : - Iiiit - ' miiiriftr - mi Celtics Larry Bird grabs Charles Jones during Boston. Boston won 1 1 NBA Promise of dome keeps NFL Cards in St. Louis Associated Press ST. LOUIS St. Louis Cardinals owner William V. Bidwill, ending months of speculation, announced Friday the National Football League team will stay in the city while plans move ahead for a $100 million domed stadium. Bidwill, unhappy with the 51,392 capacity at Busch Stadium, has said he needs a 70,000 - seat stadium to "remain competitive" financially with other teams. Holmes wants to fight Spinks NEW YORK Larry Holmes's retirement may not last very long. Less than three weeks after a bout billed as "The Grand Finale," the undefeated heavyweight champion is trying to put together a defense of his International Boxing Federation title against the undefeated light - heavyweight champion, Michael Spinks. More Indictments at Tulane? NEW ORLEANS The district attorney said he still hasn't gotten to the bottom of a Tulane University point - shaving scandal that began with a pinch of cocaine and now includes eight indictments. "There are others out there who need to be scrutinized," District Attorney Harry Connick said. Sports in brief Group vows to fight corruption WASHINGTON The chairman of a commission of college presidents said Friday that steps had to be taken to "eliminate corruption" in collegiate athletics. The chairman, Dr. John W. Ryan, president of Indiana University, said the group wants financing of athletics to be controlled by presidents, rather than athletic departments. BRIEFLY NOTED: A medical malpractice suit filed by world drag - racing champion Shirley Muldowney against a local plastic surgeon was "settled amicably" in Superior Court, her attorney said Friday. Muldowney's suit claimed an operation in 1979 to remove wrinkles from around her eyes bad left her with a drooping lower left eyelid and extensive swelling around both eyes. . . . Fran Polsfoot, a Denver Broncos assistant coach since 1977, died Friday evening after a lengthy bout with brain cancer. He was 57 Southern Illinois assistant basketball coach Stafford Stephenson has resigned after admitting he knew about money paid to one of his players. . . . Fairleigh Dickinson coach Tom Green has denied an allegation that he gave John Williams $10,000 in a shoebox in 1981 while recruiting him. Green was an assistant at Tulane at the time. . . . Elio de Angelis of Italy set a track record for qualifying in the opening session of time trials for Sunday's season - opening Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix. . . . Harry Gant will be at the head of the field today for rain - postponed NASCAR Grand National Valleydale 500 in Bristol, Tenn. Associated Press Detroit met the "new" Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, and the difference was readily apparent to Pistons forward Kelly Tripucka. "They're playing hard and aggressive. That's all," said Tripucka, who scored a team - high 25 points in the Pistons' 119 - 118 loss to the visiting Cavaliers. "They've got nothing to lose, and they played with a lot of effort." The Cavaliers (3443) won their sixth straight National Basketball Association game and 18th in their past 25 after a horrible 16 - 36 start. They now lead the idle Atlanta Smith pours in 33 points as Clippers surprise Mavs AP wlrephote rebound in front of Bullets game Friday night in 04. 3 - 1 Associated Press DALLAS Forward Derek Smith scored a game - high 33 points and pulled down a critical rebound with 17 seconds left in overtime as the Clippers surprised the Dallas Mavericks 126 - 122 in National Basketball Association action Friday night. With Los Angeles leading 122 - 120, Smith rebounded his own missed shot. After a timeout, the Clippers' Michael Cage was intentionally fouled and hit a pair of free throws with 16 seconds left to seal the win. Baskets by Dallas' Sam Perkins and Cage completed the scoring. The win was only the season's 10th on the road for the Clippers (29 - 49). The Clippers were playing without center Bill Walton, who ' was out with a hip pointer. Norm Nixon added 28 points for the Clippers, including a pair of free throws that sent the game into overtime at 114 - 114. He missed a 23 - footer as time expired in regulation. Dallas (42 - 35) got 32 points from Mark Aguirre and lost a chance to pull within lVz games of the Houston Rockets for second place in the NBA's Midwest Division. The Mavericks' poor fourth - quarter shooting they hit only 5 - of - 21 shots cost them the 95 - 87 lead they held going into the final period. Aguirre gave Dallas its last lead at 118 - 116 with 3:30 left in overtime. But Los Angeles' Marques Johnson, Nixon and Cage hit consecutive baskets to put the Clippers up 122 - 118. Perkins hit a layup to pull Dallas to within two points, 122 - 120, with 1:42 left, setting up Smith's shot and rebound. Dallas led 63 - 56 at half time. 'New' Cavalieijs beat Pistons, win sixth game in row NBA roundup Hiwks by three games in the bat - tl; for the final Eastern Conference playoff berth. Cleveland guard John Bagley tvok a perfect in - bounds pass fiom forward Ben Poquette and rove past guard Vinnie Johnson fir the winning layup with three stconds left to play. 76ers 116, Bulls 113: Moses Ma - lqne scored 27 points and had 19 ribounds and Julius Erving added It points to lead host Philadel - tiia. Michael Jordan scored 40 Lakers (Continued from C - l) points and reserve forward Mark Olberding added 16 points. The Lakers outscored the Kings 38 - 33 in the third quarter, to pull ahead 108 - 89 before the final period. . Kansas City made a comeback in the fourth quarter and came within four points, 127 - 123, with 1:23 remaining. But two consecutive turnovers handed the Lakers the victory. The loss dropped the Kings to 30 - 47, three games behind the Phoenix Suns in their battle for the final Western Conference playoff berth. Phoenix and Kansas City each have five games to play in the regular season. For the Lakers, who won a playoff berth long ago, the game held little suspense. "We just want to stay consistent and sharp so that we don't points to lead Chicago before fouling out, making it the seventh time this season he has scored 40 or more points. Celtics 115, Bullets 104: Larry Bird poured in 26 points in the Garden as Boston leaned heavily on bench players to defeat Washington for the fifth straight time. Boston used all its available players through much of the second half while building leads of up to 22 points and clinching at least a tie for the best record in the NBA's Eastern Conference. Boston's Robert Parish was ejected with 28 seconds remaining in the third quarter when it was ruled that Parish had punched Washington's Tom McMillen. Parish left the game with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Blazers 145, Sonics 129: Jim Pax - son's 20 points led a season - high offensive explosion for host Portland. The Blazers had eight players in double figures as they won for the ninth time in 11 games. The loss dimmed Seattle's playoff hopes. The Sonics trail Phoenix by 2Vz games with only four games remaining in a battle for the final playoff spot. Nuggets 118, Spurs 109: Calvin Natt scored 30 points and Alex English added 27 as host reduced its magic number for clinching the Midwest Division title to one. Rehe gains Easter Bowl final have a big let down," said Scott, vho added that the Lakers are playing better now than they v ere at this time last year. "Everyone's looking forward to the play - effs and bringing another c lampionship back to L.A." The loss just about killed the flings' hopes to make the playoffs. "Late in the game they had t leir second line, in which gave us alchance to come back," said ings coach Phil Johnson. "We d a good job of hanging m there. ithout Magic in their lineup, tleir guys get fired up." Associated Press MIAMI Top - seeded Stephanie Rehe of Highland and No.2 seed Marianne Werdel earned straight - set victories Friday to go into the final of the Girls 18 division in the Easter Bowl junior tennis tournament. Rehe, the No.l ranked U.S. player in the 18s, defeated 10th - seeded Kerri Reiter of Woodbury, N.Y., 6 - 1, 6 - 3 in one hour and 25 minutes. The 15 - year - old victor has not lost a set in her four matches here this week. Werdel, 17, of Bakersf ield, beat No.9 seed Kirsten Dreyer of Weston, Conn., 7 - 5, 6 - 3. Reaching the final in the boys 18 and under were second - seeded Joey Blake of Las Vegas and No.5 seed Forrest Hunt of Torrance. In the boys 16 and under, unseeded Tommy Alfano of San Antonio, Texas, and top - seeded Jeff Trango of Manhattan Beach both reached the finals. Alfano, 15, defeated eighth - seeded David Kanstoroom of Potomac, Md., 7 - 5, 6 - 3. 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