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Knicks Defeat Seattle E10 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 5, 1976 College Basketball Green Leads Balanced Wolverines Over Fordham jr - - . j , ' $ From Post Wire Services NEW YORK - Spencer Haywood scored 20 points and rookie Lonnie Shelton added 19 to help the New York Knicks break a five-game losing streak by beating Seattle, 103-96, last night. , The Knicks, trailing, 94-92, with less than three minutes remaining, ran of 11 straight points in 2:17 to clinch the game. The Knicks trailed by seven with 11 minutes to ply, but Earl Monroe, shuttling in and out with five personal fouls, scored eight points in a six-minute span to keep the Knicks close. Monroe finished with 18 points. With 2:12 remaining, Walt Frazier hit a short bank shot to give New York a 96-94 lead. Earlier, Frazier had missed three consecutive free throws when the Knicks trailed by one point, 93-92. Slick Watts had 22 points for Seattle and Bruce Saeals added 20. Seattle was held to 12 points in the fourth period. Seattle led at the half, 53-45, while limiting the Knicks to 14 second-quarter points. Bullets, 100-95 LANDOVER, Md. - Phil Chenier scored 23 points as the Washington Bullets held off the Denver Nuggets for a 100-95 victory. Chenier scored only four points in the final period, but his first basket, with 8:42 remaining, broke a string of nine straight Denver points that had allowed the Nuggets to narrow an 82-67 deficit to 82-76. After Bobby Jones' running dunk brought Denver to within four at 88-84 with 5:15 to play, the Bullets From Post Wirt Services ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Rickey Green topped a balanced Michigan attack with 17 points yesterday and the top-ranked Wolverines rolled to a 78-57 victory over Fordham. It was a close game early but Michigan pulled away to lead, 41-28, at halftime. Fordham, which lost for the first time in three games, never got back in it and was hampered in the second half by three players fouling out early. Another was ejected. Michigan, 2-0, had five players in double -figures. After Green came Dave Baxter with 13 points, Tom Staton and Steve Grote each had 12 while Phil Hubbard added 11. Bill Lombardi and John O'Neil each scored 11 for Fordham, while Rich Dunphy added 10. FORDHAM (57) - Kavanaugh 4-0-1, Fallon 3- 0- 6, Dunphy 4-2-10, Lombardi 4-3-11, Fran-koskl 0, O'Neil 4-3-11, Baez 1-2-4, Brown 0, K. White 1-0-2, G. White 0-1-1, Colagreco 0-4-4. Totals 21-15-57. MICHIGAN (71) - Robinson 2-1-5, Staton 5- 2- 12, Hubbard 5-111, Green 1-1-17, Grote 3-6-11 Hardy 1-2-4, Baxter 5-3-13, Bergen 0, Thompson 0-2-2, Loiler 0, Llllard 1-0-2, Jonei 0. Totals 30-10-71. Halftime - Michigan 41, Fordham 20. Notre Dame, 93-56 " SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Six-foot-nine Toby Knight scored 13 of his 17 points in the first half while Notre Dame piled up a 37-18 lead and the undefeated Irish rolled to a 93-56 victory over Valparaiso. Irish freshman guard Rich Bran-ning came off the bench to score 18 points and make five assists in only 20 minutes of action, mostly in the second half. The Irish, now 3-0, jumped to a 10-2 lead in the first three minutes of the game with two of the baskets by Knight. Valparaiso never got closer than six points the rest of the day. After the Crusaders pulled within 18-12, Notre Dame reeled off eight straight points to take command. Bruce Flowers scored 14 points and pulled down a game high 12 rebounds for Notre Dame, which gradually stretched its lead in the second half. Tim Kizer scored 10 points to lead Valparaiso, which lost for the first time in three games. VALPARAISO (54) - Athby 4-0-8, Klier 5-0-10, Klpfer 2-0-4, Hosteller 4-6-8, Pettlei 1-0-2, Roark 1-0-2, Schmelier 1-0-2, Ludwlg 1-0-2, Kremer 2-4-8, Taylor 1-0-2, Urbanlk 2-2-6, Dobbs 0, Dewey 0, Krautstrunk 1-0-2. Totals 25- NOT RE DAME (93) - Knight 7-3-17, Paterno 1- 1-3, Flowers 6-2-14, Williams 3-4-10, Martin 3- 3-9, Brannlng 7-4-18, Hanillk 0-7-7, Kuimlci 1-0-2, Carpenter 0-4-4, Haefner 0-3-3, Sahm 2-0-4, Healy 0, Fabian 1-0-2. Totals 31-31 93. Halftime - Notre Dame 37, Valparaiso IB. Mississippi, 68-63 OXFORD, Miss. - Senior forward John Billips sank 18 points to lead Mississippi to a 68-63 victory over Texas Christian yesterday. Billips shot eight from the floor, was 2 for 6 at the foul line and grabbed a game-leading 16 rebounds. Teammate Eugene Harris had 15 points and six rebounds. Freshman forward John Stroud had 13 points. Mississippi, with a 2-1 record, pulled ahead early in the first half and never trailed. Texas Christian, trailing 35-27 at the half, pulled to within five points, 59-54, midway through the final half but could not close the gap any further. Daryl Braden led TCU, 2-2, with 20 points. Tim Marion had 17. Arkansas, 91-43 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Forward Marvin Delph scored 19 points and guard Ron Brewer added 17 to help Arkansas trounce Southern Colorado yesterday, 91-43. The Razorbacks connected on 53 per cent of their shots from the floor, compared to Southern Colorado's 34 per cent. Arkansas hauled down 51 rebounds, Southern Colorado just 23. The victory leaves Arkansas with a 4-0 record. Southern Colorado is 1-1. Joe Fortes of Southern Colorado was the high scorer with 20 points. Northwestern, 73-71 ATHENS, Ohio - Billy McKin-ney's free throw with eight seconds left yesterday clinched Northwest-em's 73-71 victory over Ohio University. Kim Leonard, who scored 17 points for the Bobcats, fouled McKinney as well as Bob Hildebrand 12 seconds earlier. Hildebrand also sank a free throw to dissolve a 71-71 tie. The Big Ten winners, now 2-2, overcame a four-point Ohio lead with less than five minutes to play, leveling the Bobcats' record at 1-1. McKinney paced Northwestern with 22 points and Mike Campbell added 16. Ernie Whitus led Ohio with 20 points. Navy, 71-67 ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Sophomore Kevin Sinnett scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Navy to a 71-67 upset of Pennsyvlania. Penn, ahead most of the way in the first half, had the lead just three times in the final minutes. Navy was down, 41-38, at halftime, but was in front for all but 1:35 of the second half. Consecutive field goals by Brian Kirk gave Navy its first lead in the second half. Penn regained the lead, 47-46, but seven straight points by Sinnett, a 6-foot-7 native of Annapolis, helped Navy go out to the biggest lead of the game, 58-51, with 6: 52 left. Sparked by Keven McDonald, who topped the Quakers with 22 points, Penn came back to lead 65-64 with 3: 01 remaining. However, Brooks Boatwright hit a three-point play to put Navy ahead for good, 67-65. Navy is 3-2 while Penn is 1-1. St Johns, 63-53 NEW YORK - George Johnson had 18 points and 17 rebounds and Glenn Williams scored 17 points to-pace the undefeated St. John's Red-men to a 63-53 victory over the win-less Vanderbilt Commodores. Led by their two leading players, the Redmen bolted to an early 7-0 lead and were never headed on the way to their fourth straight victory. St. John's biggest lead was 40-26 in the second half on a basket by Paul Berwanger. John Sneed scored 18 points and Charlie Davis contributed 17 for the Commodores, 0-3. Tennessee, 69-67 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Freshman Reggie Johnson scored on a twisting shot under the basket with three seconds left to lead Tennessee to a 69-67 victory over North Carolina-Charlotte. Johnson, a 6-foot-9 center from Atlanta, sparked a come-from-behind rally for the Vols, scoring seven field goals, two of them on tip-ins, in the second half. The 15th-ranked Vols, with star forward Bernard King still sidelined on suspension, were behind the 20th-ranked 49ers 40-32 at the half. Center Cedric Maxwell, 6-8, with 14 points in the first half and 25 for the game, put Charlotte out front early and prevented the Vols from getting the ball to Ernie Grunfeld. The victory gives Tennessee a 2-0 mark going into Tuesday's game against Duke here. The loss was the first for the 49ers against two wins. Grunfeld had 17 points and co-captain Mike Jackson had 18. Junior Lou Massey was the second-leading scorer for Charlotte with 18. Brown, 72-67 PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Brian Saunders and Rob Crighton sank two free throws apiece in the closing seconds as Brown edged Davidson 72-67 for its first basketball victory of the season. Providence College met Purdue in the nightcap of the doubleheader at the Civic Center. FSU's Hank Mann Drives Against Austin Peay Thompson Hits 30, Seminoles Triumph scored six straight points to move to a comfortable 10-point lead. Ronald Taylor's jumper with 10 seconds to play moved Denver to within three at 98-95, but two foul shots by Dave Bing assured the Washington victory- The lead had changed hands eight times in the first quarter before two baskets by Washington rookie Larry Wright gave the Bullets a 31-27 lead. Washington led the rest of the way, holding a 56-51 lead at halftime. The Bullets then outscored Denver, 26-16, in the third period, with Chenier and Elvin Hayes getting eight points each. David Thompson led the Nuggets with 20 points, while Jones had 19 and Dan Issel 17. Hayes added 17 and Len Robinson 16 for Washington. on several occasions in the second half. Forward Calvin Garrett had 18 for the visitors. Cincinnati, 103-69 CINCINNATI - Substitute forward Eddie Lee scored 20 points and center Bob Miller had 17 to lead Cincinnati to a 103-69 win over South Florida. Six Bearcats scored in double figures. Coach Gale Catlett emptied his bench early. Cincinnati jumped to a 24-4 lead and coasted the rest of the way, helped by, 25 South Florida turnovers. Mike Dickerson was high scorer for the Golden Brahmans with 22 and guard Penny Greene had 17. Cincinnati hit 57 per cent from the floor. It wei.t over the 100-point mark for the second time in three games. The Bearcats, playing before 7,663 fans in Riverfront Coliseum, upped their record to 3-0. South Florida is 1-3. From Pest Wire Services TALLAHASSEE - Junior center David Thompson scored 30 points and four other Seminoles hit double figures as Florida State defeated Austin Peay, 97-86, last night. The victory was Florida State's third against one defeat and the loss for Austin Peay was its first. Thompson, who tied his best single-game scoring effort, got FSU's first two points, then provided most of its offensive punch throughout the game. He was assisted in the second half by forward Harry Davis, who got 12 of his 16 points in the game's final period. Also in double figures for FSU were Hank Mann with 12, Carlton Byrd with 11 and Wayne Smalls with 10. Forward Otis Howard was Austin Peay's leading scorer with 20 points. Crucial goals by Howard enabled the Governors to close within one point DENVER (55) - Gerard 1-1-3, Jones 8-3-19; Issel 8-1-17; McClain 2-0-4, Thompson 8-4-20; Wise 6-0-12; Taylor 4-0-8; Silas 2-4-8; Beck 2- 0- 4; Webster 0. Totals 41-13-95. WASHINGTON (100) - Hayes 8-1-17; Robinson 6-416; Unseld 3-28; Bing 5-313; Chenier 11-1-23; Wright 4-3-11; KupchaK 4-2-10; Grevey 1- 0-2; Riordan 0. Totals 42-16-100. Denver 27 24 16 28- 95 Washington 31 25 26 18-100 Calder Olympic Complex A Loser? Cv Horse Racing The Clipboard Scores Standings Results V I I Results Sports on the Air Saturday's Games Minnesota at Miami Pittsburgh at Houston Los Angeles at Detroit, 9 p.m. College SIXTH - OH 3:33 Time 1:10 45 Buena Shore (Baltazar) 2 60 2.40 2.20 Tumble Gar (Capodici) 6.40 3.60 1 Can You Beat That (E. Fires) 3.00 Perfecta (3-2) S23.60 Scratched Pare Forlllon. SEVENTH - OH 4:02 Time 1:12 15 Determined Mike (Marquez)5.60 3.40 2 60 Continental Story (Saumell) 6.00 4.40 Boo Boo's Joy (Ramos) 4.80 Perfecta (3-5) $22.40 Trifecta (3-5-9) $201.20 Scratched Double Irish, Dorrln's Way, Infringer, Look at Rosie Go. EIGHTH - OH 4:30 Time 1:11 45 Cheeky Cheetah (Samell) 5.00 3.00 2.40 Harviechy James (St. Leon) 2.60 2 40 Wilderness Bay (Alvarado) 3.00 Perfecta (3-6) $14.40 No scratches NINTH -OH 5:03 Time 1:35 25 Hall of Reason (Solomon-e) 8.40 3.60 3.40 Lightning Thrust (St. Leon) 2.60 2 40 Northern Choice (Macbeth) 7.20 Perfecta (7-2) $21.00 No scratches. TENTH OH 5:31 Time 1:27 Eclipse Award (Solomone) 11.80 6 80 4.80 Brown Beans (Velez) 52 60 25.40 Baywood's Magnum (Bailey) 4.00 Perfecta (8-9) $557.20 Trlfecta (8-9-10) $2,956.40 Scratched Quiet Crisis, Mr Carolina, Fleet Heroine, Edward T. Attendance 13,621 Handle $1,493,656 FIRST -OH 1:02 Time 1:13 25 Chickasaw Point (Harbacek)57.20 17.20 9 - 20 Greek Theme (L. Saumell) 3.80 2.80 Val Dorrin (Cardone) 5 00 Scratched Vltriollco, Mr. Terresto, High Scorer, Arbalest, Mil Nocaholma. SECOND Off 1:32 Time 1:13 25 Times Square (L. Saumell) 10.40 5.00 4.00 Texson (Anderson) 5.40 3.40 L'Epouvantail (A. Gomez) 3.20 Dally Double (6-4) S399.40 Perfect (4-1) S60.60 Scratched TV Station, O'Lero. THIRD OH 1:59 Time 1:27 45 Bupers Spin (Ma Rivera) 11.00 6 40 4 60 Fastex (C Marquei) 16.20 9 20 Maestro Abroad (A. Smith) 7.40 Perfecta (5-6) SIM. 60 Scratched - Emerald Ptl. FOURTH OH 2:37 Time 1:43 25 Black Springs (Anderson) 34.20 14 40 6 60 CamarronelL. Saumell) 180 6 00 Policial (Velei) 3.00 Perfecta (6-2) 1183.80 Trlfecta (6-2-7) $841.20 Scratched Montana Winds. FIFTH -OH 3:06 Time 1:12 45 Lumpose (Jr Diaz) 71.40 23.40 10.20 Mr Sidate (Ma Rivera) 4.60 3.20 Wayme (Monacelll) 3.00 Perfecta (5-2) 6365.40 No scratches. Sun Devil Classic Arizona St. 66, San Diego St. 65 Yesterday's Results California, Pa. 69, Lock Haven 67 Colgate 77, Lafayette 75 C.W. Post 92, King's Col, Pa. 79 Drexel 68, Siena 59 Hofstra 77, CCNY 61 Holy Cross 96, Vermont 85 Massachusetts 80, New Hamp. 67 Navy 71, Penn 67 Ramapo 67, Trenton St 65 Rhode Island 75, St. Joseph's, Pa. 65 Coastal Carol. 65, Limestone 74 Ciemson 1)0, Ga. Southern 55 Ky Wesleyan 67, Campbellsville 62 N. Caro. Wesl. 80, Coker 75 N. Caro. State 87, Penn State 61 Va. St. 103, N. Caro. Central 94 Virginia Tech 84, Ohio St 77 Voorhees 88, Denmerk Tech 67 Wash. & Lee 96, Emory & Henry 55 Adrian 80, Case Western 78 Alma 67, Aquinas 76 Bowling Green 98, Findlay 69 Calvin 65, Wheaton 60 Cent Methodist 76, Avlla 41 Graceland 69. Tarkio 60 Radio 12:30 p.m. Pro Football - Tampa at Pittsburgh WDBF (1420) & WJNO (1230) 3:30 p.m. Pro Football - Buffalo at Tampa WPOM (1600) Television Noon Carl Selmer Show (4) 12:30 p.m. - NFL Today (4) 12:30 p.m. - Grandstand (5) I p.m. Pro Football Washington at N Y. Jets (4) 1 p.m. Pro Football Tampa at Pittsburgh (S) 2 p.m. - College Football Highlights (Taped) (12) 3 p.m. - Volleyball - USA vs. China (Taped) (2) 3:30 p.m. Grandstand (7) , 4 p.m. Pro Football Kansas City at Denver (5-7) 7 p.m. German Soccer (Taped) (2) I 10:30 p.m. - Horse Racing - Special on Secretariat (2) Yesterday's Results Houston 21, Miami 16 Texas Tech 34, Baylor 21 Playoffs NCAA Division II Semlnflnals Montana State 10, N. Dakota State 3 Akron 29, Northern Michigan 26, overtime NCAA Division III Championship St. John's 31, Towson State 28 NAIA Division I Semifinals Texas Ail 57, Western State, Colo. 14 Central Arkansas 10, Elon 7, overtime Bowl Games Ohio Shrine Bowl East 24, West 8 MONTREAL (AP) - The Quebec government stands to lose up to $15 million annually in operating costs for Olympic Park. The French-language newspaper, La Presse, reported in yesterday's editions that based on a finance report issued by the city of Montreal, it would cost $60,000 a day to maintain the $850 million facility which includes Olym- pic Stadium, the swimming 1 pool and cycling velodrome. The main tenants of Olym-- ; pic Stadium are the Montreal T" Alouettes of the Canadian ' Football League and baseball's Montreal Expos. The "CI two teams can guarantee only 91 annual rental days, excluding playoffs, according to the newspaper, and while the government will make a profit on the Alouettes' rental, it will lose money on the-Expos' deal. Junior High Biscayne Dog Racing Matinee Hesuits Evening Results FIRST - BC, B Time 34:20 7 Happy Horst 13.20 6.00 3 60 6K.C.'sMaizie 11.20 5.00 6 Odd Tracy 3.20 Quinlela (6-7) $85.00 Hockey NHL ' CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Qivision W L T Pts k-N. Y. Islanders 15 7 3 33 x-Allanta 12 I 6 30 Philadelphia 12 7 6 30 x-N. Y. Rangers 11 11 4 26 Smythe Division x-St. Louis 12 11 2 26 x-Chlcago 10 13 2 22 Colorado 0 15 3 19 x-Minnesota 6 15 4 16 Vancouver 6 19 2 14 Wales Conference Nerris Division Montreal 20 4 4 44 x-Los Angeles 8 11 9 25 Pittsburgh 9 12 5 23 x-Detroit I 13 4 20 Washington 7 15 3 17 Adams Division Boston 19 6 1 39 Buffalo 13 7 3 29 Toronto 12 9 5 29 Cleveland 6 12 7 19 x-Late game not Included Yesterday's Results N.Y. Rangers 11, Minnesota 4 ; N.Y. Islanders 3, Buffalo 0 Atlanta 1, St. Louis 0 MontreaJ 3, Plttsburoh 1 ' " - Detroit at Los Angeles, nlqht Toronto 2, Chicago 2 Today's Games Toronto at New York Rangers Cleveland at Philadelphia Washington at Boston Vancouver at Chicago Colorado at Buffalo Friday's Results Philadelphia 4, Washington 4 Atlanta 3, Boston 1 St. Louis 2, Cleveland 2 Colorado 3, Vancouver 2 Tide Times WHA Eastern Division W L T Pts Quebec 15 10 1 31 x-lndlanapolis 13 10 2 28 Cincinnati 13 9 2 28 Minnesota 9 12 4 22 x-New England 9 12 4 22 Birmingham I 20 1 17 Western Division x-Wlnnlpeg 15 10 1 31 Houston 12 7 4 28 x-San Diego 13 10 2 28 x-Phoenlx 12 11 2 26 x-Edmonton 11 14 1 23 Calgary 9 14 2 20 x-Late game not Included Yesterday's Results Indianapolis 5, Edmonton 3 . Winnipeg 6, New England 2 San Diego at Phoenix, night Today's Games Edmonton at Minnesota Houston at Cincinnati Winnipeg at Quebec Phoenix at Calgary Friday's Results Quebec 5, New England 5 Cincinnati 6, Calgary 4 Edmonton 0, HoustonO, overtime Winnipeg 4, Minnesota 3 Football NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L TPct. y-Baltimore 10 3 0 .769 New England 9 3 0 .750 Miami 5 7 0 .417 N.Y. Jets 3 9 0 .250 Buffalo 2 10 0 .167 Central Cincinnati 9 3 0 .750 Pittsburgh 8 4 0 .667 Cleveland 8 4 0 .750 Houston 5 7 0 .417 West x-Oakland 11 1 0 .917 Denver 7 5 0 .583 San Diego 5 7 0 .417 Kansas City 4 8 0 .333 Tampa Bay 0 12 0 .000 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Dallas 10 2 0 .833 Sti Louis 9 4 0 .692 Washington 8 4 0 .667 Philadelphia 3 9 0 .250 N.Y. Giants 2 10 0 .167 Central x-Minnesota '9 2 1 .792 Detroit 6 6 0.500 Chicago 6 6 0 .500 Green Bay 4 8 0 .333 West x-Los Angeles 9 3 1 .731 San Francisco 7 5 0 . 583 New Orleans 4 8 0 .333 Atlanta 4 9 0 .308 Seattle 2 10 0 .167 x-Clinched division title y-Clinched playoff spot Yesterday's Results Los Angeles 59, Atlanta 0 St. Louis 24, Baltimore 17 Today's Games Buffalo at Miami Chicago at Seattle Dallas at Philadelphia Detroit at N. Y. Giants Green Bay at Minnesota Houston at Cleveland Kansas City at Denver New Orleans at New England San Francisco at San Diego Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh Washington at N. Y. Jets Monday's Same Cincinnati at Oakland, 9 p.m. SECOND MC, C Time 50:11 3 K D. Flash 12.80 5 20 3.80 4 Cracking Chris 9.80 6 60 7 Maria S. 5 80 Qulniela (3-4) $136.40; Trlfecta (3-4-7) $2,450.40 DAILY DOUBLE (7-3) $80.20 THIRD -MCC Time 49:67 8 MC's Mardl Gras 50.20 6.50 5.60 2 Blue Violet 4.80 3.00 4 Olympia Jan 5 00 Qulniela (2-8) $32.00; Trlfecta (8-2-4) $586.60 FOURTH - 516, A Time 31:07 1 MC's Shenandoah 1.40 3 80 3.40 1 SF's Tain't So 3.20 2 80 3 Mr. Lynn 5 20 Quinlela (1-8) $10.80; Trifecta (1-8-3) $533.00 Junior Varsity McDonald's 6, Westward 0 , Varsity Westward 29, Windbrook 4 Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. Gl Boston 12 8 .600 - Philadelphia 12 9 .571 Va Buffalo 10 12 .455 3 N.Y. Knicks 10 12 .455 3 i N.Y. Nets 10 13 .435 3V Central Division Cleveland 16 5 .762 - x-Houston 13 5 .722 IV New Orleans 13 9 .591 3' San Antonio 11 11 .500 5Vj Washington 9 12 .429 7 Atlanta 7 16 .304 10 Western Conference Midwest Division Denver 14 7 .667 - Detroit 12 11 .522 3 Kansas City 11 12 .478 4 x-lndlana 10 12 .455 4W Chicago 3 14 .174 9 x-Mllwaukee 4 20 .167 llVi Pacific Dlvlson x-Portland 14 6 .700 - x-Los Angeles 12 8 .600 2 Seattle 13 11 .542 3 x-Golden State 10 10 .500 4 Phoenix 7 10 .412 5Va x-Late game not Included Yesterday's Results N.Y. Knicks 103, Seattle 96 N.Y. Nets 107. Atlanta 105 Houston 120, Indiana 108 Washlnqton 100, Denver 95 New Orleans at Chicago, night Los Angeles at Golden State, night Milwaukee at Portland, night Today's Games Denver at New Orleans Boston at Kansas City San Antonio at Phoenix Cleveland at Portland Friday's Results Boston 115, Chicago 109, overtime Buffalo 135, New York Knicks 112 Denver 126, New York Nets 124 Seattle 121, Philadelphia 112 Indiana 112, Cleveland 109 Detroit 124, Kansas City 115 New Orleans 121, Atlanta 105 Portland 113, Phoenix 99 Los Angeles 114, San Antonio 105 College Friday's Late Results East Vlllanova 71, Merrimack 63 South Bethune-Cookman 71, William Morris 169 Southwest Houston 104, Blscayne 64 Texas A&M 70, Angelo State 69 Far West Nebraska 60, Hawaii 59 San Francisco 93, California 70 Washington St. 66, Goniaga 57 . TOURNAMENTS . Orange Blossom Classic Championship Jackson St. 11, Florida AIM 77 Consolation Ohio Central St. 109, Florida Mem. 61 First Rounds Citrus Florida Southern 96, Florida Tech 74 Jacksonville St. 95, Savannah St. 68 Shew-Me Classic N. Taxes St. 62, St. Louis 60 Missouri 76, Illinois 75 Grand Valley St 97, Wayne St. 82 Illinois St. 81, Cent. Michigan 76 Marietta 81, Bethany, W. Va. 67 Miami, Ohio 113, Cleveland St 63 Michigan 78, Fordham 57 Mississippi 66, TCU 63 Northwestern 73, Ohio 71 Notre Dame 93, Valparaiso 56 St. Oiaf 79, Moorhd Concordia 69 Steubenvllle 90, Walsh 88 Arkansas 91, S Colorado 43 Oklahoma 84, Oklahoma City 71 Va. Military 76, E Caro. 67 Livingstone 66, Belmont Abbey 61 Georgetown, D C. 76, St. Bona. 60 Duke 83, Washington 81 W Va. 102, St. Joseph's, Ind. 74 Syracuse 76, Louisville 75 E Kentucky 85, Morris Harvey 79 Ashland 68, Kenyon 64 Gettysburg 73, Moravian 66 Rollins 72, Oglethorpe 71, OT St. Francis, N.Y. 75, Bucknell 71 Tennessee 69, N. Caro-Charlotte 67 Ky. Weslyn 67, Campbellsvllle 62 Baruch 76, Rochester Tech 69 Brown 72, Davidson 67 Berry 108, S Caro-Spartanburg 89 Greensboro 57, Va. Weslyn 52 E. Kentucky 65, Morris Harvey 79 W. Va, St tS, W.Va. Tech 51 White Plains 73, St. Rose 67 Boston Col 75, Harvard 71 St. Thomas Aquinas 117, Plymouth St. 99 Nichols 95, Franklin Pierce 68 ftnonn St 94. Rhode Island Col 61 Augusta 89, St. Paul's 75 DePauw 90, Bellarmlne 83 Marian 90, Indiana Tech 73 Greensboro 57, Va. Weslyn 52 Catawba 76, Pfeiffer 70 Medgar Evers 102, Federal City 81 Wittenberg 64, Heidelberg 53 Florida St. 97, Austin Peay 16 W. Chester 59, Temple 55 Messiah 113, Brldgewater 72 Maryland 59, Princeton 45 Kent St. 80, Akron 78 Grove City 77, Baldwin-Wallace 72 Bridgeport 76, Cent. Conn. 72 Richmond 68, Va. Commonwealth 66, overtime. Ithaca 72, St. Lawrence 71 lona 84, Columbia 69 TOURNAMENTS Patsdam Invitational Championship Potsdam 94, Hamilton 93 Consolation Elmlra 89, Mansfield St 10 Randolph-Macon invitational Consolation Point Park 1)2, George Mason 73 Max Zlel Classic Consolation Hunter 71, Ottawa, Ont. 69 Tennis WCT Challenge Cup At Las Vegas Jimmy Connors del. Vitas Gerulaltls, 4-4, 6-4. Golf Mayport Open At Jacksonville Second Round Steve Melnyk, Amelia Island, 66-71-137; Jim Thorpe, Falls Church, Va., 69-69-131; Bob Ross, Ponte Vedra Beach, 71-69-140; Bobby Tomllnson, Ponte Vedra Beach, 61-73-141; Bobby Duval, Jacksonville, 72-70-142; Robert Leaver, Greensboro, N.C., 73-69142 Kennel Club ; Schooling Nears Schooling races will begin Monday, Dec. 13 at the Palm Beach Kennel Club for the season which will open Dec. 27. Three new kennels George P. Murphy, J.E.M. and Glenn Campbell are among the 28 signed. Returning kennels include that of " Henry Bartley, last year's ; leading money winner. Others are Joe Balik, Big Red, Henry Caswell, Lloyd Clager, Deryl Clark, Chester Culbreath, J.B. Harris, Mrs. Marie Kirk, Ralph Long, Joe Mamino, John Orkney, Kenneth Reid, Darold Robertson, Harold Roderick, S.M.C., Ed Souza, L.V. McClendon, J.C. Stanley, Tom Sweeney, Jacob , Watson,' Danny Williams," H.B. Williams, Henry Wright and Zion and Joseph. Buckeyes Start Bowl Workouts COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) After a two-week layoff since losing the last game of the regular season to Michigan, Ohio State's football team conducted its second. ' . ' Orange Bowl practice in as,. ; many days. The Buckeyes will be in Florida Jan. 1 for ' " the nationwide television appearance. FIRST-D, 516 Time 31.48 1 Tailgate Tippy 9 60 4 60 3 40 8 Pixie Whiz 4.40 2.40 7 WoodvllleKiss 3.00 Quinlela (1-8) $17.00 SECOND-C, 516 Time 31.15 1 Jet Herb Kanter 21.40 10 00 3 80 6 Swanee's Magnum 6.80 4 00 3 Penrose Fee 3 80 Qulniela (1-6) $74.00; Trifecta (1-6-3) $714.00 DAILY DOUBLE (1-1) $101.00 THIRD-D, 516 Time 31.83 8 MT Run Down 18.40 6 80 6 60 2 Opera Buff 3 80 3 00 1 Sllverjack 6 80 Qulniela (2-8) $19.60; Trifecta (8-2-1) $674.20 FOURTH-M, BC Time 34.58 5 Lena Labo 6.60 3.60 2.80 1 Solid Guarantee 5.80 4.00 3 Fran Cole 3 00 Quinlela (1-5) $20.40; Trlfecta (5-1-3) $98.80 FIFTH-D, BC Time 34.62 4 W.T.'s Sam Bear 9 40 4 00 2 80 6 Red Rowdy 3.40 2 80 2 Courtney Ann 3 80 Quinlela (4-6) $19.00; Trifecta (4-6-2) $160.20 SIXTH-D, BC Time 34.50 1 Onyx Rose 6.00 3.20 3 20 6 Country Peace 1 40 4 40 4 Irene Crash 3 60 Qulniela (1-6) $36.60; Trlfecta (1-6-4) $245.00 SEVENTH C, BC Time 34.21 7 J. P. '$ Tom 10.60 4 80 4.20 1 Exchequer 3.00 4.20 8 Bully Buster 5 20 Quinlela (1-7) $19.00; Trlfecta (7-1-8) $444.00 EIGHTH C, BC Time 34.39 3 Nadlne Cole 14.00 6 40 4 80 2 S.S.'S Swiss Miss 6.00 4 40 1 Freckles Wonder 4 00 Quinlela (2-3) $27.00; Trlfecta (3-2-1) $353.80 NINTH B, 516 Time 31.30 7 Mllllcent Millie 11.20 5.20 2 60 2 My Printer Bill 5.80 3 SO 5 Regal Ace 3 20 Qulniela (2-7) $30.20; Trifecta (7-2-5) $263.40 TENTH A, BC Time 33.93 2 Dot Shea 24.20 6 00 4 40 1 Casino Lady 3.40 3.00 S Vickie De Vine 4.20 Quinlela (1-2) $32.00; Trifecta (2-1-5) $394.60 ELEVENTH B, BC Time 33.88 3 Printer's Dolly 4.00 3 00 3 00 7 Sitting Bear 7.60 4 SO 1 Echo Buster 4 SO Quinlela (3-7) $43.60; Trlfecta (3-7-1) $421.10 TWELFTH C, BC Time 34.1$ 2 MC's Acacia 5.20 2 80 3.00 I Gay Velvet 4.20 2 60 3 Smokey Jupiter 3.20 Qulniela (1-2) $29.40; Trlfecta (2-1-3) $157.00 Attendance: 4,731, Handle: $465,068 FIFTH -MC, B Time 49:09 4 Veloz 8.40 5 00 4 00 6 National Leader 8 00 5 00 8 She's Smokln 3 20 Quinlela (44) $31.80; Trlfecta (4-6-6) $276.00 SIXTH - BC, A Time 33:54 8 MC's Moonsplnner 2.60 3.40 2.60 1 Maggie's Meanass 4.20 3.80 3 Madison Stable 4 00 Quinlela (1-8) $10.40: Trlfecta (8-1-3) $54.80 Palm Beach High 7:11 a.m. 7:09 p.m. 7:40 a.m. 7:47 p.m. 1:24 a.m. Inlet Low 12:51a.m. 1:29 p.m. 1:36 a.m. 2:07 p.m. 2:12 2:55 p.m. 2:50 a.m. 3:21 p.m. 3:21 a.m. 3:59 p.m. 4:09 a.m. 4:40 p.m. 4:52 a.m. 5:26 p.m. 5:41 a.m. 124 p.m. 9:04 a.m. 9:01 p.m.-9:39 a.m. 9:43 p.m. Today Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday SEVENTH - MC, A Time 46:91 4 My Friend Jodie 9.00 3.40 3.60 1 Joy Gibson 4 20 4 00 2 Fern Cole 6 00 Quinlela (1-4) $40.20; Trifecta $204.60 10:19 a.m. 10:21 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:17 p.m. 11:46 a.m. p.m. Palm Beach Time 49:62 7.60 4 00 2 60 EIGHTH - MC, B 4G.R. Shirley 3 rata High 4:50 a.m. 6:41 p.m. 7:27 a.m. 7:26 p.m. 6.00 4.60 2.60 $47.20; Trlfecta (4-5-6) 6:11 p.m. Ocoan Lew 12:26 a.m. 12:59 p.m. 1:06 a.m. 1:37 p.m. 1:42 a.m. 2:25 p.m. 2:20 a.m. 2:51 p.m. 8 Country Rip Quinlela (4-5) $306.00 Time 49:49 10.60 7.60 4.40 NINTH - MC, S 8 Carry All 4 MC's Hiram Today Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 2:5 a.m. Friday Saturday Sunday 2 Easy Carry 9.60 7 00 620 $46.00; Trlfecta ($-4-2) qulnleal (4-1) 1:04 a.m. 1:04 p.m. 1:41 a.m. 1:40 p.m. 9:11 a.m. 9:22 p.m. 9:50 a.m. 10:07 p.m. 10:39 a.m. 10:5 pm. 11:25 a.m. 11:51 p.m. $1,153.40 TENTH - MC, S 2 Fabulous 6 Midland Miss 6 Ted's Boomer Quinlela (2-6) $5.20; $14.20 Time 41:23 3.60 2 80 2 20 3.40 2.20 220 Trlfecta (2-1-6) 3:29 p.m. 3:39 a.m. 4:10 p.m. 4:22 a.m. 4:56 p.m. 5:11 a.m. 5:41 p.m.

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