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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 105

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ElO-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 12, 1976 Present a Fighting Irish Stun UCLA tlTSlElSIIIMS tote nut Kpnhiekv on toD. 166. with with a guarantee against failure for 6 months or 6,000 miles. Road test Clean sump G screen Remove pan U Adjust bands ti linkage Visual inspection Replace pan gasket G fluid new fluid (Cottman. TRANSMISSION Domestic passenger earsonly Trailer hitches with coolers only. where applicable Mon.-Fri. 8 to 6, Sat. 8 to 1. Kemember. this is a preventive maintenance service If you already have transmission problems, ask about out other reliable services From Pott Wirt Sarvicts LOS ANGELES - Freshman guard Rich Branning scored on a layup with 25 seconds remaining and added two free throws at the buzzer to give undefeated Notre Dame a 66-63 upset victory over No. 3-ranked UCLA yesterday in Pauley Pavilion. The victory was the first for the Fighting Irish in 10 tries in Pauley Pavilion and only the fourth loss suffered by UCLA in the arena's 12-vear history. ' With UCLA leading 63-62, the Bruins went into a stall with 2:30 left and Notre Dame forward Dave Bat-ton fouled David Greenwood at 1:02. Greenwood missed the first shot in a one-and-one foul situation. Notre Dame grabbed the rebound and called time out. Branning, who played high school ball in Huntington Beach, Calif., then scored his layup over UCLA guard Brad Holland to put the Irish ahead to stay. Holland missed two short jumpers in the final 12 seconds and Notre namo'e Tnhv Knipht rebounded for Locally owned & operated by your Cottman Mm 200 First St. & Narcissus Ave. 833-6343 13:48 left in the first half, and the Wildcats were never really threatened after that. ' KANSAS (63) - Koenigs 2-2-6, Nobles 4-1-9, Mokeski 0-8. Douglas 8-1-17, Johnson 3-2-8, Von f Moore 3-5-11, Gibson 1-0-2, Sanders 0-2-2, Ba?nthouse w)-0, Houston W)-0. Totals 25-13- "kENTUCKY (90) - Givens 7-1-15, Robey 4-s-13 Phillips 5-2-12, Johnson 4-2-10, Shidler 2-1-5 Lee 6-2-14, Casev 2-9-13, Williams 2-0-4, Stephens 1-0-2, Haskins 1-0-2. Totals 34-22-90. Halftime - Kentucky 48, Kansas 27. Duke, 65-63 DURHAM, N.C. - Guard Tate Armstrong hit on a 15-foot jump shot with two seconds remaining to give Duke a hard-fought 65-63 victory over Richmond for its fifth straight victory. N.C. State, 83-70 RALEIGH, N.C. - Charles (Haw-keye) Whitney scored 17 points and Kenny Carr added 16 as North Carolina State posted an 83-70 college victory over Nevada-Reno. Clemson, 133-78 CLEMSON, S.C. - Clemson's 7-foot-1 center Wayne (Tree) Rollins scored a career-high 28 points, added a career-high 23 rebounds and blocked six shots to lead the 16th-ranked Tigers to a 133-78 victory over Tennessee Tech. Tennessee, 99-90 SALT LAKE CITY - Mike Jackson and Ernie Grunfeld combined for 60 points as Tennessee downed Seton Hall, 99-90, to capture consolation honors in the Utah Classic. Jackson scored 33 points and Grunfeld 37 to pace Tennessee, which led by as many as 25 points at one point. SCHIRALLI ASSOCIATES AND THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Are pleased to announce the association of Thomas E. Barrett as Supervisor of our Employee Benefit Plans Division. THOMAS E. BARRETT - Graduate of St. Francis College with a BBA in economics. - Associate Member of the American Society of Pension Actuaries - Extensive background in the administration and compliance requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1 974. - Formerly associated with Max Weil, President of Max Weil Associates, New York City, and chairman of the Small Business Pension Committee, Woshington, D C. 79-49 Marquette, MILWAUKEE - Second-ranked Marquette, behind pressure defense and balanced scoring led by Butch Lee's 18 points, wore down Penn State for a 79-49 victory. Penn State opened in a man-to the Irish with three seconds on the Holland then fouled Branning and set up the game-clinching free throws. UCLA led by as many as nine points in the first half before Notre Dame closed to trail by five, 38-33, at halftime. The Irish then scored the first six points of the second half taking the lead, 39-38, on guard Don (Duck) Williams' baseline jumper. ... Williams led all scorers with 22 points. Knight had 13 for the Irish and Batton 10. Forward Marques Johnson had 17 for UCLA, and Holland and center Brett Vroman had 14 each. UCLA now 3-1, faces Notre Dame again Jan. 23 in South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame is 5-0 and rated seventh. NOTRE OAME (66) - Batton 5-0-10, Pstorno 10-2 Flowers 4-0-6, Martin 1-1-3, Wllllamj U-022, Knight 6-1-13, Branning 3-2-8, Hanillk 0, KuimlcJ 0. Totals 31-4-64. ,., UCLA (63) Greenwood 3-06, Johnson 7-3 17, Vroman 7-0-14, Holland 7-0-14, Hamilton 2-2-6, Townsend 2-0-4, Olinda 1-0-2. Totals W-5- 63Halttime - UCLA 38, Notre Dame 33. Illinois, 67-63 CHAMPAIGN, 111. - Sophomore Ken Ferdinand and freshman Levi Cobb each scored 16 points to lead Illinois to a 67-63 victory over Ne- Nebraska tied the game, 39-39, with eight straight points early in the second half, but the Illini regained the lead on a three-point play by Audie Matthews and maintained the lead the rest of the game. It was Illinois' fourth victory in five games, while Nebraska's record fell to 3-4 NEBRASKA (63) - Banks 7-2-16, Holder 41-9 Hedberg 0-1-1, S Jackson 1-0-2, McPipe 7-1- 15, Siegel 7-6-20. Totals 26-11-63. ILLINOIS (67) - Ferdinand 5-616, Lanter 3-0-6, Judson 0-4-4, Bresnehan 0-2-2, Cobb 7-2- 16, Adams 4-4-12. Matthews 5-1-11. Totals 24-l-47 Halftime: Illinois 33, Nebraska 2. Marques jonnson 154) Beats Irish to Rebound GHEGIC OUR PRICES How Top 10 Fared . A 1 - Michigan did not play man defense, then quickly switched to a zone. Marquette, 4 0. countered by employing a three-guard alignment, and 6-foot reserve Gary Rosenberger fired in four 20-foot shots as the Warriors opened a 24-14 lead. St. John's, 86-70 NEW YORK - Glenn Williams scored 33 points and George Johnson contributed 21 as the unbeaten St. John's Redmen defeated Rutgers, 86-70. Marquette defeated Penn State, 7?-4? UCLA lost to Notre Dame, 66-63 Kentucky defeated Kansas, 90-63 Las Vegas played San Diego State, night San Francisco did not play Notre Dame defeated UCLA, 66-63 ill xmt, "Mb IT M it ncinnati defeated St. Joseph's, ma., ut-io 8 - C Arizona played Pacific, night 9 - I RED TAG SALE 10 - Alabama did not play U.S. DIVERS EQUIP. JVCJRS100 This AM-FM Receiver was advertised as a special for 1 8800 0 C F. ALUM. TANK $105.00 34.00 44.00 PRO U "W PRES. GAUGE AQUARIUS REGUIAT0R Purdue, 72-70 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue's Eugene Parker scored two free throws with 50 seconds left and the Boilermakers gained a 72-70 $ WRAP AROUND MASK FT. SOIIO AlUM. SPEAR P01E 12.5 4 FT. SOLID AlUM. SPEAR POLE 10.95 All STAINLESS POWER HEADS $?2.S SAVE UP TO 60 ON OTHER ITEMS 1 OUR EVERYDAY REGULAR PRICE: 12 MONTH FINANCING AVAILABLE Tigers Hand FSU Two-Point Setback ATLANTIC COAST DIVERS INC. 409 LAKE AVE., HOUSE OF SOUND k SIGHT l.W. PL upset win over 14th-ranked Louisville. As the buzzer sounded, a shot by Louisville's Darrell Griffith threatened to send the game into overtime. But the attempt failed, hitting the rim on the short side, guaranteeing the victory for Purdue. 4-2. LOUISVILLE (70) - Williams 4-0-8, Cox 4-4-12, Gallon 5-313. Bono 2-6-10, Wilson 8-0-16, Griffith 4-1-9 Kinnaird 0-0-0, Bunton 1-0-2. Totals 28-14-70 PURDUE (72) - Walls 0-0-0, Jordan 5-3-13, Scheftler 2-1-5, Parker 8 J 19, Pa'kmson 4-0-8, Thomas 4-2-10, Sichting 1-0-2, Carroll 6-3-15. Totals 30-12-72 Halftime - Louisville 41, Purdue 39 Cincinnati, 122-78 CINCINNATI - Senior Brian Williams scored a career-high 29 points to power unbeaten and eighth-ranked Cincinnati to a 122-78 victory over St, Joseph's of Indiana. The Bearcats, now 5-0, took charge early in the first half with a 17-2 spurt "and went on to run up their highest point total of the season. Bob Dalton, a 6-foot-5 junior, led St. Joseph's with 30 points. ST JOSEPH'S (78) - Kiamrowski 2-0-4, Sims 4-1-9, Merkell 3-2-8, Johnson 2-0-4 Ooney 3-1-7, Dalton 11-8-30, Gallant 3-0-6, S-nith 1-0-2, Thomas 1-0-2, Haynes 1-0-2, Dunphy 1-2-4. To- 'rfuuAri n?5 Williams 12-57"' Jones 2820 532-0377 HOURS: Monday-Friday I0-9 SatunU? 10-5 OktECHOBEE BOULEVARD I'h K4-OKM) Puidokas used his 255 pounds under the basket for 25 points and Harold Rhodes added 23 points, mostly from outside, to give Washington State a 74-67 basketball victory over Jacksonville. WASHINGTON ST. (74) - Puidokas 10-5-25, Rhodes 9-5-23, Jones 2-0-4, Johnson 3-0-6, House 3-1-7, Collins 0-00. Giovacchini 0-2-2, Kelly 1-3-5, Grun 1-0-2, Donaldson 0-0-0, Schil-lecKi 0-0-0. Totals 29-16 - 74. JACKSONVILLE (67) - Ray 4-5-13, Glover 9-8-26 Young 5-0-10, Ra. Williams 3-17. Ri. Williams 2-1-5, Flaiz 0-0-0, Richards 0-0-0, Parisi 1-4-5 J Williams 0-0-0, C. Williams 0-0-0. Totals 24-19-67. Halftime - Washington State 34, Jacksonville 33. II Wm I j !l"JMW irAMlUUULf M THWOI I acwM mt m mwkm MM RSi H n FINISH P01Y-GRY From Poit Wire Service COLUMBIA, Mo. Missouri forward Clay Johnson came off the bench to score four points in the last two minutes to help the Tigers to a 65-63 win over Florida State last night. With less than two minutes to play, Johnson, who scored eight points, hit a layup and later added two foul shots to give Missouri a four-point lead and the game. The Tigers had opened a 26-8 lead early in the first half behind the play of forward Kim Anderson, who scored 13 points, and by holding the Seminoles scoreless during a six-minute span. Florida State, now 3-2, took a 90-point scoring average into the game, but shot only 24 per cent in that period. FLORIDA STATE (43) - Thompson 3-3-, Smith 4-1-9; Davis 5-4-14; Byrd 2-0-4; Smalls 6 2-14; Dillsrd 0-0-0; Anderson 4-l-; Mann 2-0-4 Totals: 26-1163. MISSOURI (S( - Anderson 6-1-13; Kennedy 3 7-13, Ray 2-0-4; Sims 5-4-14; Drew 4 0-8; Clabon 2-0-5; Johnson 3-2 B; Droy 0-0-0 Totals 25-14-65. Halftime: Missouri 29, Florida State 20. Washington State, 7 1-67 JACKSONVILLE - Steve now $ 2D95 A whole new concept in auto painting resulting in increased hardness and durability. Also, provides added resistance to nicks, scratches and fading. LaSalle, 112-70 PHILADELPHIA Donn Wilber, a 7-foot senior, scored 15 of his 26 points in the first half as LaSalle ripped Biscayne, 112-70. LaSalle, now 4-1, made 18 of its first 27 field-goal attempts and jumped to a halftime lead of 54-36. BISCAYNE (70) - Hardy 4-2-10, Smith 3-3-9, Fussell 0, LaPrete 6-214. Stibler 2-2-6, Neaves 7 2-16, Rogers 1-0-2, Mack 1-0-2, Sheehan 0, Laieunesse 5-1-11, Johnston 0. Totals 29-12-70 LASALLE (112) - Brooks 2-2-6, Wolkiewici 4-2-10, Wilber 10-6-26, DiLeo 4-0-8, Plakis 2-0-4, Miller 7-5-19, Gladden 6-3-15, Spain 4-1-9. 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