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E4-Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, December 8, 1976 McKay 10 Players Short of Winning Jimmy (The Greek) Snyder By MICKEY HERSKOWITZ And STEVE PERKINS Q John McKay came into the NFL saying there wasn't much difference between college and pro ball because, at both levels, you had to score to win. Now what does the wise guy say about all those Tampa Bay shutouts? - BUI Geisler, St. Louis. A Despite his winless record, McKay feels he is only 10 solid football players away from being a winner rather than a loser. As Hot Line said he would weeks ago, he has signed ex-USC star Anthony Davis, who escaped from Canada. McKay says he will take Ricky Bell if Tampa has first pick in the draft, a status about which there seems little doubt. As McKay said recently, "This team needs people who can make big plays. If we made a big play this season I was in the bathroom when it happened." Q What has happened to one of my favorite players, Howard Twilley of the Miami Dolphins? Is this the year that time ing his best years with the Yankees because the fans wouldn't leave him alone in public. Is there any way they can protect their privacy without being rude? - Neal Praeger, Muncie, Ind. A Home-run king Henry Aaron found a way. During the last three years of his baseball career, starting with the season he broke Babe Ruth's career record, Aaron led a dual identity. On the road, his teams, the Atlanta Braves and then the Milwaukee Brewers, rented two rooms for him one empty and registered in Aaron's name. The other room, listed under the name of Bill Suber, was where Henry slept. He was driven to that subterfuge by the phone calls and knocks on his hotel door that kept him awake. The name was a variation of his wife's maiden name, Billye Suber. (Do you have a question about a sports personality? Send your questions to Sports Hot Line, care of The Palm Beach Post. Because of the volume of mail, personal replies are not possible. St. Louis Favored In Finale thereafter, the 5-foot-10 receiver had to fight for a job and for the recognition he deserved. "I've got one advantage," he said, as he entered his 12th season. "When you're as slow as I am you don't lose any steps as you grow older." Q How do famous athletes cope with the constant demands, the intrusions of people who pursue them in restaurants and at their hotels? I read once that Mickey Mantle had to take all his meals from room service dur and the competition finally caught up with him? - OUie Flanders, Little Rock. A - Injuries caught up with Twilley, one of the most underrated players over a long period of years in the NFL. He tore a ligament against the Patriots, underwent surgery and faces the end of his career as the last original Dolphin. But don't count him out. Twilley was limping from a knee operation when he went to his first Dolphin camp in 1966 as a rookie out of Tulsa. Every year J Portland Routs Knicks, 111-94 91 WX. 1 J I I 1 m 1 AxubtT ' V '.Hi From Post Wire Services NEW YORK - Maurice Lucas topped a balanced Portland attack with 22 points last night in leading the Trail Blazers to their fifth consecutive National Basketball Association victory, a 111-94 rout of the New York Knicks. PORTLAND (111) - Gross 1-1-3; Lucas 7-8-22: Walton 8-0-16; Holllns 9-2-20; Twardzlk 2- L LAS VEGAS - On the surface, The Game for this weekend matches George Allen's ancient Washington warriors with the Dallas Cowboys late Sunday afternoon. But it could turn out about as significant as a cocktail party for Henry Kissinger next February. If St. Louis loses to the New York Giants earlier in the day, the Redskins will be assured of a wild-card playoff berth. And don't look now, but the Giants have been very tough during the past month, with close losses in Dallas and Denver and successes over Washington, Seattle and Detroit. Right now I make it St. Louis by 6, but the Giants won't be patsies for the Cards. Meanwhile, the Cowboys and Minnesota are vying for the home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and the Vikings have an appointment in Miami Saturday. Dolphins' head man Don Shula has indicated he is leaning toward Bob Griese as his quarterback despite Don Strock's big-play performance in a 45-point effort against Buffalo. Griese has had the injury-plagued Dolphins in contention against some formidable entries, such as Los Angeles, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Cleveland, while engineering a victory over New England. And Freddie Solomon, after shaking off early-season surgery, has become a game-breaker. I make Minnesota a three-point favorite, but Miami could salvage a spoiler's bounty from an otherwise dismal season. Using the number of victories to decide the home teams in the playoffs has added spice to what used to be a dull wrapup to the NFL season. Even with a division title clinched, teams won't let up for fear of losing the 3-point advantage that comes with familiar surroundings and home cookin'. Here's how I see all this weekend's pro matchups: Saturday Pittsburgh 11 over Houston, Minnesota 3 over Miami, Los Angeles 7 over Detroit. , Sunday Cincinnati 15 over N.Y. Jets, St. Louis 6 over N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia 7 over Seattle, New England 20 over Tampa Bay, Atlanta and Green Bay even, San Francisco and New Orleans even, Chicago 4 over Denver, Baltimore 17 over Buffalo, Cleveland 3 over Kansas City, Dallas 7 over Washington, Oakland ;13 over San Diego. formance by the losers' Bob McA-doo, who might have been playing his last game with the Braves. INDIANA (107) - Hlllman 4-3-11, Jones 6-2-14, Roundfleld 2-1-5, Buse 4-4-12, Knight 4-3-11, Green 10-4-24, Roblsch 6-8-20, Flynn 2-1-5, Lewis 1-0-2, Bennett 1-1-3, Anderson 0. Totals 40-27-107. BUFFALO (103) - McAdoo 13-16-42, Dantley 0-2-2, Shumate 64-18, Smith 6-4-16, DIGre-aorlo 0, Adams 3-4-10, McMillan 2-1-5, Averltt 2-2-6, Price 1-0-2, Foster 1-0-2, Terry 0. Totals 34-35-103. Indiana 25 24 21 30-107 Buffalo 25 19 21 31-103 Solomon Wins, Gets Closer To Semifinals HOUSTON (AP) - Harold Solomon, who stirred some controversy in the first night of the Grand Prix Masters Tennis Tournament, apparently won a spot in the tourney semifinals last night by crushing Raul Ramirez, who had enrd the year as the Grand Prix point champion. Solomon won, 6-2, 6-2. The victory was the second for Solomon, and he has one more match to go in the round robin of his division. Ramirez, now with two defeats, appears to have no chance to make the semifinal round and bid for the $40,000 first-place money. Currently, Solomon is the only one of the eight players in this tournament with a perfect record. In later games last night, Roscoe Tanner of Charleston, S.C., met Manuel Orantes of Argentina, and - 1 0-4; Gilliam 4-0-1; Steele 1-0-2; Neal 6-5-17; Davis 5-515; Walker 1-0-2; Calhoun 1-0-2; Jones 0; Totals 45-21-111. NEW YORK (94) - Davis 2-6-10; Haywood I-3-19; Shelton 3-28; Frailer 5-0-10; Monroe 7-3-17; Burden 1-02; Glanelll 5-3-13; Bradley 0; Beard 0; Jackson 1-02; Layton 2-913. Totals 34-26-94. Portland 26 19 36 30-111 New York 23 16 22 33- 94 Bulls, 89-81 CHICAGO - Norm Van Lier and Scott May combined for 17 fourth-quarter points while a rugged Chicago defense held Los Angeles to 11 points to boost the Chicago Bulls to an 89-81 victory over the Lakers. LOS ANGELES (ID - Ford 4-1-9, Russell I 2-18, Abdul-Jabbar 5-3-13, Allen 1-2-11, Cheney 0, Washington 4-2-10, Lamar 2-0-4, Kupec 2-1- ' 5, Abernathy 1-02, Neumann 1-0-2. Totals 35-11-81. CHICAGO (19) - Johnson 9-4-22, Marin 2-0-4, Gllmore 10-2-22, Holland 4-0-1, Van Ller 6- 0- 12, Laskowskl 1-2-4, May 5-3-13, Pondexter 1- 0-2, Boerwlnkle 1-0-2, Kropp 0. Totals 39-11-89. Los Angeles 24 II 28 11-11 Chicago 21 20 22 26-19 Jazz, 110-98 NEW ORLEANS - Aaron James hit 18 straight points at the end of the third quarter to lead the New Orleans Jazz to a 110-98 victory over the Seattle Supersonics. SEATTLE (98) - Bantom 1-0-2; Seals 1-0-2; Burleson 3-4-10; Brown 7-4-11; Watts 9-4-22; Gray 3-1-7; Norwood 5-3-13; Green 1-1-3; Johnson 3-410; Wllkerson 0; Tolson 0-11; Oleynlck 2-6-10. Totals 35-28-98. NEW ORLEANS (110) - Coleman 2-0-4; James 13-10-36; More 4-2-10; Boyd 3-0-6; McElroy 5-2-12; Goodrich 7-1-15; Griffin 4-7-15; Williams 2-2-6; Kelley 1-2-4; Walker 1-0-2. Totals 42-26-110. Seattle 26 26 16 30-98 New Orleans 29 25 22 34-110 Pacers, 107-103 BUFFALO The Indiana Pacers defeated the Buffalo Braves, 107-103, despite a 42-point, 29- rebound per AP Wlrepnoto Linesman D'Amico Intervenes in St. Louis Blues-New York Islanders Battle Bailey Paces Capitals' Win ington defense to wrist a 15-footer past goalie Ron Low just 12 seconds after a penalty to the Capitals' Rick Green evened the sides at three men each. Penguins, 6-2 PITTSBURGH - Center Ron Shock scored two goals to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 6-2 victory over the Minnesota North Stars. Schock, who failed to score since the opening game of the season, broke a 25-game, goal-less drought with two goals, 37 seconds apart, midway through the third period. Both goals were set up by passes from linemates Mike Corrigan and Rick Kehoe. Islanders, 4-2 UNIONDALE, N.J. - Clark Gillies and J. P. Parise scored goals less than three minutes apart early in the third period to give the New York Islanders a 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues. Gillies tied the game, 2-2, when he batted in a Bob Bourne rebound at 1 : 30 of the period, and Parise scored the game-winner on the rebound of a Jean Potvin shot with five seconds left on a hooking penalty against the Blues' Garry Unger. From Post Wirt Sirvicot LANDOVER, Md. - Ace Bailey scored Washington's third power play goal of the game with 2:34 left, giving the Capitals a 4-3 decision over the Vancouver Canucks last night. Bailey scored on a scramble in front of Vancouver goalie Curt Ridley for his eighth tally of the year. The Caps had scored only eight power play goals previous to yesterday's game. The game appeared destined for a tie after Gary Monahan's second goal of the game at 3:03 of the third period. Monahan eluded the Wash Eddie Dibbs of Miami takes on Wojtek Fibak of Poland. Solomon lodged a strong protest Sunday night about the use of a 20-15-foot television screen at each end of The Summit Arena. He said the screens broke his concentration and demanded they be turned off. His request was granted. r Biscayne Dog Racing f frr Scores Standings Results V. I I The Clipboard Ent ries s on the Air Sport None scheduled Football NFL 25; 157 - Lewis (FP) def. Thomas, 8-0, 169 - Gordon (FP) pinned Haas, :15; 187 Pressley (FP) pinned Pertoni, 1:41; Heavyweight - Luckle (GP) pinned Leonard, :5I. Golf Area Club Results PALM BEACH NATIONAL GC: Blind Partners. Ruth Pearl-Gert Sherman, 143; Betty Glassman-Polly Nadel, 148; Eleanor Siegl-Barbara Welntraub, 150. ROYAL PALM BEACH CC: Amazon Tournament. Class A Low gross, Margie Cohen, 94; Betty Nate, 97. Low net, Murial Rosenberg, 81; Ginny Wilke, 86. Class B Low gross, Bess Meyer, 109; Ruth Kalmowitt, 109. Low net, Natalie Plevin, 10; Miriam Vernick, 81. Class B-2 Low gross, Sylvia Dltk-off, 109, Betsy Bush, 115. Low net, Pattl Super, 83, Bert Miller, 84. Class C Low gross, Min Leavey, 107; Bea Hlllman, 112. Low net, Edith Medine, 74; Ruth Svirsky, 79. Putts -Marge Cohen, 30. Time 31.21 12 80 7 80 3 20 5 20 3 40 580 Trifecta (5-1-7) Time 31.70 9.60 5 80 4 40 5 60 4 40 6 SO Trifecta (3-7-8) Time 33.93 9.20 5 80 3 60 16.00 7 60 640 Trifecta (6-6-5) Time 34.42 9 80 4 20 3 20 10.00 5 40 7.00 Trifecta (1-6-8) Hand 6310,664 NINTH 516, C 5 Cousin Sliver 1 Sogo Mo 7 Tlsandra Oulnlela (1-5) 533.60 S636.0O TENTH - 516, B 3 Newport Be Sue 7 Rockhard 6 Caesar's Siege Oulnlela (3-7) 543.40 S591.20 ELEVENTH - BC, C 6 Lock Me In 8 Jersey Jack 5 The Terrace Red Oulniela (6-6 ) 590.00 510,620.60 TWELFTH - BC, D 1 Molly Jay 6 Lad's Streaker 8 Sally Star Oulnlela (1-6 ) 529.00 6311.60 Attendance 2,619 Western Division Winnipeg 17 11 1 35 San Diego 14 10 2 30 Houston 12 I 4 26 Phoenix u u 2 26 Edmonton 12 16 1 25 Calgary 10 14 2 22 Yesterday's Results Edmonton 4, Quebec 2 Indianapolis 3, Birmingham 2, overtime Winnipeg 4, Phoenix 2 Minnesota 4, New England 2 Today's Games Houston at New England San Diego at Cincinnati Winnipeg at Calgary SEVENTH - BC, A Madison Stable Dot Shea Maggie's Meaness Casino Lady Happy Horst Western Whisky Ted's J J. Mc's Moonsplnner EIGHTH - MC, B Elsie Ann Nana's Anna Trail Run Nosey And! Nicole She's Smokln Printer's Kayoed Girn NINTH - MC, A Joy Gibson Sklhi Llzz Mary Lynn Pecos Nita Red Traveler Koney's Karen Ted's Al Fancy Foot TENTH - MC, A Skihi Doll My Friend Jodie G R Shirley D G.'s Jill Josie Gibson Saturday's Games Minnesota at Miami, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 4 p m Los Angeles at Detroit, 9 p.m. Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York Jets, 1 p m St Louis at New York Giants, 1 p m. Seattle at Philadelphia, I p m. New England at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. i Green Bay at Atlanta, 1 p.m. t Buffalo at Baltimore, 2 p m. . Denver at Chicago, 2pm . Cleveland at Kansas City, 2 p.m. .San Francisco at New Orleans, 2 pm - Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m. San Diego at Oakland, 4 pm. Monday's Results Oakland 35, Cincinnati 20 Massachusetts 14, Boston U. 57 Notre Dame 105, Northwestern 71 Pratt 81, Queens 77 Rhode Island 68, New Hampshire 62 Rhode Island Col. 93, Malne-Prtld-Grhm. 61 St. Peters 75, George Washington 60 S. Conn. 86, Bryant 14 Springfield Col. 70, Babson 65 W. Carolina 70, N Caro. AIT 52 Wooster 64. Hiram 62 Central Wesl. 82, Limestone 64 Kenyon SI, Point Park 86 Mercy, N.Y. 127, Conn. Col. 75 Mount Union 60, John Carroll 53 Presbyterian 86, Baptist 80 Purdue 82, Indiana St. 66 St. Joseph's, Pa. 74, Lafayette 70 Syracuse 67, Boston Col. 54 Tenn. Temple 119, Johnson Bible 74 Toledo 63, Missouri 59 Baptist Bible 107, Columbia Col S3 Bethany Nai. 68, NW Oklahoma 51 Culver Stockton 14, Mo. Valley 76 Drexel 72, LIU 57 E. Tennessee St 94, Robert Morris 72 Lemoyne 95, Potsdam 52 Lincoln, Pa. 17, York, Pa. 78 Milton 70, rockford 46 N. Alabama 63, Lambuth 68 Pace 78, Lehman 72 Penn St 64, Muhlenberg 46 Sacred Heart 95, Qulnnlplac 93 Utica 58, Hobart 54 Yale 73, Brown 70, overtime Calder Horse Racing Evening Results FIRST - BC, C Big Time Tex Lill Burn Drive Sklhi Wil Fire Mia Presto Stocky Stallion Super Ted My Friend Marc Blue Echo SECOND - BC, B Hi HO Bill K C.'s Maizie M's Bull J.P.'s Tom Glory Mo Sovran Stormy Odd Tracy Say When THIRD - MC, D Elsie's Big Time Manor Scott Lollichop Medley Snap Villa Fay Washunga Blondy Chalet Marie Shuggy Hlpockets FOURTH - MC, O L's Bonny Lu Proud Andre Oshkosh Space Pearpoint G.E.'s Lll Taffy First Edition Floating Cloud Aria FIFTH - MC, C Mc's Ann Arbor Ambrosia Pull The Pin Best Cloud K T Patchwork Gratify Oshkosh Leader Swanee's Secret SIXTH - BC, A Ted's Gala Newport Sandy Mr. Lynn Waneagle Sharp Wonder Art Rust Edison Dink Mc's Courageous Results Hockey NHL Entries Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston 12 9 .571 - Philadelphia 12 9 .571 - Buffalo 10 13 .435 3 N Y, Knicks 10 13 .435 3 N Y. MetS 10 13 .435 3 Central Division Houston 14 5 .737 - (Cleveland 16 6 .727 - New Orleans 14 10 .583 2Vi San Antonio 11 12 .478 5 Washington 9 12 .429 6 Atlanta 7 16 304 9 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division inny a Swanee's Sassy FIRST - 516, B Time 30.95 2 My Printer BUI 5.00 4 40 3.20 3 Brother Billy 5.60 4 SO 1 Fireball Mo 3.60 Oulniela (2-3) 616.20 SECOND - BC, C Time 34.04 8 Bovally Dash 5 00 3 60 2 60 7 Silver Lyle 8 80 4 60 5 Game Lad 3 60 Oulnlela (7-6) 647.20, Trifecta (S-7-5) 6354.00 DAILY DOUBLE (2-8) 619.20 THIRD MC, D Time 49.15 6 Villa Kitty 9.40 4 00 3.00 2 My Friend Kim 2.80 2 40 7 Shirley Cash 3 so Oulnlela (2-8) 612.40, Trifecta (8-2-7) 5106.60 High School Denver 16 7 696 -522 4 Detroit 12 11 FIRST - Off 1:06 Time 1:23 Big Daddy Bryan (Baltazar)4.40 3.40 2 60 Enkldu (C Marquez) 6.20 6 SO Mac Cat (Aviles) 6 60 Scratched Precious John T, Mr Murray R, Cool Tony, Easter Moon, Gypsy Wave, First Brinks Edge SECOND - Off 1:33 Time 1:29 25 O'Tlgress (Ve.ez) 13.20 9 00 4 60 Belle Fralche (Aviles) 49 00 15 00 Florida Queen (Delguldlce) 3.00 Dally Double (12-3) S27.40 Perfecta (3-9) 1468.40 Scratched - Miss Kltsle, Yu Marls, Novelists, Kid O Mine, Bright Landing THIRD OH 2:02 Time 1:14 Cadara's Kid (C Marquez) 10.20 4 60 2 60 A-Wlllle Russ (Ma Rivera) 5.20 3 80 DQ-Syde Arm (Hidalgo) 4.00 A-Coupled with Rate Tlvo DQ-Dlsquallfed from 1st to 3d Perfecta (2-1) S50.00 Scratched Senatorial Lady, Juan David FOURTH - Off 2:32 Time 1:27 35 12 12 .500 41 Kansas City Indiana Sophy Cole ELEVENTH -MC, B Claregun's Laura Fleurette Sophia Presto Yala Oshkosh Spot Judge Ragland Search Clearday Mona TWELFTH - MX Fast Glory Mc's Columbus Penrose Fluer Sklhi Duke Cracking Chris Naomi Pearl Captain Mo Ellis Rubin 11 13 458 5vj 222 9' 154 I3'1 Chicago 4 14 Milwaukee 4 22 Orlando Edgewater 65, Ocala Vanguard 62 Tallahassee Leon 78, Rlckards 66 Daytona Beach Seabreeze 63, Dayto-na Beach Father Lopei 38 Daytona Beach Mainland 67, Sparr North Marlon 20 DeLand 99, Ocala Forest 59 Flagler Palm Coast 86, Plerson Taylor 55 South Daytona Warner Christian 71, Gainesville Southslde 14 AP Poll Time 49.68 13.60 5 20 3 10 6 00 3 80 300 Trifecta (5-8-4) Time 49.76 18.80 6 80 3 80 2 80 2 40 300 Trifecta (6-4-5) 33.66 19 60 5 80 3 20 2 .80 2 .20 3 00 Trifecta (3-1-8) Pacific Division Portland 17 6 .739 - Los Angeles 12 10 .545 4V3 Seattle 13 12 520 5 x-Golden State 11 10 . 524 5 Phoenix 8 10 .444 6Vi x-Late game not included Yesterday's Results Portland 111. New York Knlr.ks94. Indiana 107, Buffalo 103 Chicago 89, Los Angeles 81. . New Orleans 110, Seattle 98 Denver 122, Milwaukee 115 Cleveland at Golden State, night Today's Games Portland at Boston New York Knicks at New York Nets Buffalo at Philadelphia Seattle at Washington Los Angeles at Indiana Chicago at Detroit Atlanta at San Antonio Houston at Phoenix Monday's Results No games scheduled FIRST-63,500 cling Bally Bolero 3&up7fur XOurKlmmyS Native Companion Seduceable All in One Miss Quaint Navy's Billy X Ultra Feminine X Secretive La Pampa Alot 0 Marks Proven To Be Lucky N Smart X Bold Land XMrTerresto SIXTH-54,500 clmo, X Swiss Itch 3up4fur Supercut Tom w X Blue Musketeer X Eternal Link Mr Faedo Native Reel Ah Youth Breezy Fringe X El Extranjero Infringer AlfieG Mac Honor X Brother Bady Boy IfJref Crow,nl Petrel 2D Charlie Miller Ripviiie s.EVE,NTHr.500 Hawaian Crack dmg2yol6lui' SECOND-54 200 StephanieEllen clmj2yomt.ur Nofjle And Loyal Silvir Spangled M,?iBe.,I1y Lori's Miss Cut A Swath Rachel's Dllema MS?nKa,rin.e X Look Irish 5 P0,,'" Go Go Gar g""""99" Seeker Of Fame E 011'""'-, . , FoolemDarhn Tt' Native Fawn T'mu. Nice And Warm w"ri,nV" X Lady Buck ThatsToboo Creme Glace Irish Amy Jackie W k , . . Bill's Rose Gaucho l.indo Fierce Storm IcddVB.m a MissLurelane X Foolish Award Game Gypsy Mary J;,' THIRD-i3,700 Caftan 2D clmg3Myom6fur nfh0" Hawaiian Love Star Ald0en 2? . Grey Baby P"n Bacatete Norman's Dynamite One More Jump Kingkay ! ' ,. Fast Tracker ?!d.T? , X ineluctable IMI"" D. X Plantation A-A One Gray Pet Pervenlu tfiSu'"!, dm Champ's Image N,N.T,H,7" V "w Hurry Tatao ,,',m,, Dom Tucky Pere 9edS!! Fantastic fool America Behave FOURTH 67 000 A-Quaverlng Spear clmo 3yo 1 llt mi t tler Her ,., Mr Diplomat Mannered Well Inner Strength Gr.?,a, M'racle Winning Nifa A-Wme Treasure Pud's Delight Twin Double X Love Looey JStmu ma Worthy Opponent ieNTM".,'!?' , Amerl Helmsman m , p 1 Cabildazo Brocal 1- Mlchlgan (40) 2-0 933 2- Marquette (5) 1-0 813 3 UCLA (1) 3-0 684 4- Kentucky (1) 2-0 556 5- Nevoda-Las Vegas 3-0 483 6- San Francisco (1) 4-0 385 7- Notre Dame 3-0 360 6-Clnclnnatl (I) 3-0 300 9- Arizona 4-0 263 10- Alabama 4-0 282 U-Wake Forest 4 0 262 12- North Carolina 2-1 203 13- lndiana 1-1 199 14- Louisvllle 1-1 135 15- Tennessee 2-0 131 16- Clemson 4-0 54 17- Maryland 3-1 50 IB-Southern Illinois 3-0 39 19-DePaul 2-1 33 20 Syracuse 3-1 20 FOURTH - MC, D 5 Movln Judy 6 TaTarue 4 DCs Music Oulnlela (S-S) 549.60, 6444.00 FIFTH - MC, D 6 Mini Betty 4 Furniture Girl 5 Sir Damlan Oulnlela (4-6) 516.20, 5316.60 SIXTH - BC, B 2 Superior Rambler 1 Keen's Bride S Sitting Bear Oulnlela (1-2) 816.20, 6325.20 SEVENTH - BC, B 2 MC't Grandmaster 4 Irish Blend 5 Charlie Might Oulnlela (2-4) 515.40; 6166.40 EIGHTH MC, C 1 Villa Lucy 4 Goldle Bridge 6 Jolee Cole Oulnlela (1-4 ) 579.80; 6199.60 NINTH - BC, A 5K C.'slla 4 Rip Van Rio 4 Mr. Pike Oulnlela (5-6) 663.40; 6651.40 TENTH - MC, A 1 Angelina Presto 1 Pleasing 5 Sovran Star Oulnlela (1-1) 815.60; CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPts. N Y. Islanders 17 7 3 37 Philadelphia 13 7 6 32 Atlanta 13 8 6 32 N.Y. Rangers 12 II 5 29 Smythe Division St. Louis 12 13 2 26 Chicago 10 14 3 23 Colorado 8 16 3 19 Minnesota 6 17 4 16 Vancouver 7 20 2 16 WALES CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L T Pts Montreal 21 4 4 46 Los Angeles 9 II 9 27 Pittsburgh 10 12 S 25 Detroit 8 14 4 20 Washington 8 15 4 20 Adams Division Boston 19 6 2 40 Buffalo 14 7 3 31 Toronto 12 9 6 30 Cleveland 6 14 7 19 Yesterday's Results -i Washington 4, Vancouver 3 Pittsburgh 6, Minnesota 2 New York Islanders 4, St. Louis 2 Today's Games St Louis at New York Rangers Vancouver at Toronto Buffalo at Cleveland ' Montreal at Chicago Atlanta at Minnesota Colorado at Los Angeles Monday's Result Montreal 1, Cleveland 0 WHA Eastern Division W L T Pts. Quebec 16 11 1 33 Indianapolis 15 10 2 32 ' Cincinnati 14 9 2 30 ; Minnesota 11 12 4 24 ' New England 9 14 4 22 Birmingham 8 21 I 17 Trifecta Pays Over 10 Grand MIAMI A $3 trifecta , ticket was worth $10,620.60 to ' its owner yesterday in the eighth largest payoff in Bis-; cayne Dog Track history. The winner, who asked not ' to be identified, said he invested $24 in the 11th ma- tinee race in which the winning combination was 6-8-5. College Yesterday's Results Natn. Hawthorne 111, New England 48 High School NE Louisiana 74, La. Tech 65 Time 33.56 6.80 3.80 1 00 3 60 2 40 540 Trifecta (2-4-5) Time 49.59 16.00 7.00 4 20 11 60 3 80 620 Trifecta (1-4-6) Time 33.41 6 60 4 20 4 20 12.00 4 40 4 60 Trifecta (5-6-4) Time 49.27 4 20 4 20 I SO 1.40 4 80 520 Trifecta (3-1-5) One Or The Other (Ma Rlvera)6.20 3 60 300 Tllla Girl (Harbacek) 6 60 5 00 Nashlng (Bailey) 2 60 Perfecta (5-4) 164.40; Trifecta (5-4-2) SI94.-60 Scratched Shining Valley, Laleeto, Coast Is Clear, Bold Dashette FIFTH - Off 3:01 Time 1:15 25 Queen Allot (Souter) 62.60 31.80 17.60 Doug's Pride (Jr Diaz) 5.40 4 40 Really Bazzar (Nlcolo) 11.60 Perfecta (4-9) 6869.00 No scratched SIXTH Off 1:30 Time 1:27 45 Realm Of Hope (C Marquez )7. 20 3 20 2 10 Lucky Grace (Bailey) 3.20 2.10 Little Whisper (Delguldlce) 2.10 Perfecta (5-6) 619.60 Scratched - Fiery Kiss, Swift Market SEVENTH - Off 3:59 Time 1:47 25 Sew For Four (Bailey) 4.80 3 00 2 80 Queen's Barrister (Saumell) 5.00 3.40 In Media ReslMa Rivera) 4 20 Perfecta (6-5) 129.40 Trifecta (6-5-2) S163.-40 Scratched - Col Nthoc, Fir Tree, That's George EIGHTH -Off 4:27 Time 1:12 25 Noble Madame (Sumell) 7.20 3 00 2 40 Countess Pruner (RD Lopez) 2.40 2.20 Intormatory (JW Edwards) 3.40 Perfecta (5-2) 617.60 No scratches NINTH Off 4:57 Time 1:39 25 One Moment (StLeon) 4.60 2 10 2 60 El Gulndo (Barrow) 4.60 I SO Flacun (Veroara) 3 80 Perfecta (i f) 526.40 Scratched - Travel By Train, Dancer'i Vixen, Prince Boynton, Caftan 2d. TENTH -Off 5:24 Time 1:13 15 Fred's Jewel (Bove) 12.60 7 20 4.20 Casino King (StLeon) 6.80 3 60 Dancing George (Tennebaum) 9 SO Perfecta (5-2) S73.60; Trifecta (5-2-6) 6911.' SO Scratched - LoveA Rebel, Hot Tin Roof Attendance 7,111 Handle 1633,532 Matinee Results FIRST 516, D Time 31.21 2 Newport Raa 11.60 6 20 5 20 6 Act 6.20 4.00 7 Clearday Cal 8.20 Oulnlela (2-6) 677.60 SECOND - 516, D Time 31.37 1 Shana C. 10.00 4 80 1 60 8 Mick the Plumber 5.00 4.00 5 MV Rice Valley 5 40 Oulnlela (1-8 ) 529.60 Trifecta (1-6-5) 6312.60 DAILY DOUBLE (2-1) 8220.60 THIRD - 516, M Time 31.06 1 Brainy Brltt 5 20 2.60 2 60 5 Bad'un Mo 3.00 2 40 3 Claudia Presto 3 00 Oulniela (1-5) 56.40 Trifecta (1-5-3) 640.60 FOURTH - BC, M Time 34.06 6 Biddy Too 7.00 3 00 2.40 3 Silent Runner 3.00 2 40 8 FP's Slrlus 3 00 Oulnlela (34) 69.40 Trifecta (6-1-6) 660.40 FIFTH - BC, D Time 14.06 2 Vologda 7.40 4 20 1.00 6 Metric Mate 5.00 I SO 6 Armand Hlpockets 6.00 Oulniela (2-6 ) 629.80 Trifecta (2-6-6) 6153.60 SIXTH -BCD Time 14.24 5 Ardlth 4.40 2 60 2 80 7LadyCapulet 1.20 4.00 2 Slumber Bum 6.00 Oulnlela (5-7 ) 644.00 Trifecta (5-7 2) 6619.60 SEVENTH - BC, D Time 34.36 4Mosanni 19.60 5 40 1.00 2 Flop Ear 29.80 6 SO 7 Ted's Possum 4. SO Oulnlela (2-4) 6114.40 Trifecta (4-2-7) 65,095.40 EIGHTH - BC, D Time 34.09 7 B'S Firecracker 6.00 3.00 1 20 4Klsslmee 5.00 3.20 8 Echo Flyer 1 60 Oulnlela (4-7) 815.60 rlfecta (7-4-8) 6321.60 Ohio Wesl. 69, Ohio Dominican 58 Oneonta St. 80, New Palti St. 67 Peru St 91, Midland 74 Pratt 68, Queens 17 Rochester Tech 19, Ithaca 86, OT Taylor 78, Anderson 76, OT Texas A&M 100, Sam Houston St 83 TCU 69, Houston Bapt. 62 Wheaton 89, Concordia 62 Greenville 105, Sanford-Brown 65 Bucknell 65. Seranton 6.1 Cincinnati Xavler 72, Thomas More 70 Kennedy 45, Benamln 11 BENJAMIN (II) - Brown 5-3-13; Eissey 1-10-12; Nlcklaus 1-0-2; Taylor 1-0-2; Bott 1-0-2. Totals 9-13-31. KENNEDY (45) - Bethel 8-0-16; Shelton 2-1-5; Roberts 3-0-6; Peavy 4-0-8, Alexander 1-0-2; Brydebell 1-0-2, Sweetenburg 1-0-2; Wilson 1-0-2; Brookings 1-0-2. Totals 22-1-45. Benjamin 5 14 6 4-31 Kennedy 12 1 14 16-45 Wrestling High School Fort Pierce 66, Suncoast 1 100 - Slater (FP) pinned McCry, : 30; 107 - Reeves (FP) pinned Gainer, 1:39; 114 - Daniel (FP), forfeit; 121 -Yearby (FP) pinned Wllklns, 1:24; 121 - McGee (FP) tied Parker, 7-7; 134 -Parrlsh (FP) pinned Fong, :23; 140 -Ingram (FP) pinned Jackson, 1:49; 147 Bellamy (FP) pinned Okollchany, J: CCNY 62. Adelohl 54 RranrilWill "11 nil Polnareff X Jerry Lee 6412.00 ELEVENTH - MC, B 6 Sweet Melon 6 Ted's Mittens 3 Wooden Wagon Oulnlela (6-6) 68.60, 6163.60 TWELFTH - MC, C 5 Joyland 7 Record Shredder 6 Smile Joey Oulnlela (5-7) 126.60, 1356.60 Attendance 1,787 ' Time 49.75 6 40 I SO 2 60 2 20 2 40 320 Trifecta (6-6-3) Time 49.49 14 60 6 60 ISO 1.60 2.80 1.40 Trifecta (5-7-4) Handle 6586,494 C.W. Post 82, Kings Pt. 66 Duke 81, Tennessee 78 Geoergetown, Ky. 95, N. Caro. Cent 69 Lebanon Valley 58, Dickinson 57 Walsh 104, Cedarvllle 92 Barrlngton 86, Curry 74 E. Conn. 87, W. New England 72 E. Naiarene 68, Mass.-Boston 65 Eckerd 76, III. -Chicago Circle 69 Georgia 64, Troy St. 57 Hartford 87, Suffolk 78 Heidelberg 56, Muskingum 55 CarryinJ The Male ""'?' Air Mai? Special 2,Gc!m.b'f,rn ,n f,.i. r El Saltarian 2D Ollvares x EHw' Ru,,ah CF1H-M400 N.Who l16ml P"'

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