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Sruns The record-shattering Boston Bruins used three goals by Johnny rlcKenzie and a pair by scoring leader Phil Esposito to stomi the Detroit Red Wings, 7-3, last night and move within (ie victory of clinching the National Hockey League's East Division pennant. C Esposito's goals were his sixty-third and jpOlTS sixty-fourth of the season as the Bruins won ShorS tlie'r twe'tn stra'Rnt ana" ran tneir home- J ice unbeaten streak to 26 games, two short j of the league record. Wayne Carlcton and Ken Hojge collected the other Boston goals. Hodge also had an assist, giving him 99 points in his drive to become the fourth Bruin tt hit the century mark this season. Elsewhere, Cliff Schmautz scored 14 seconds after the opening facff and assisted on Bob Clarke's third-period goal as the Phladelphia Fivers edged the New York Rangers, 2-1, in Philly. In Montreal, two goals by Frank Mahovlich paced the Cana-diens tj a 4-1 triumph over the Toronto Maple Leafs and moved them a step closer to clinching third place in the East. The Canadians hold an 11-point bulge over the Leafs. Rookie Mike Byers scored his twenty-first goal of the seasoni midway through the final period to give the Los Angeles lings a 3-2 decision over the Chicago Black Hawks on the Wist Coast. Boston University spotted Denver University an early lead and then roared back to beat the Pioneers, 4-2, in last night's opening round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association championships in Syracuse, N. Y. Don Cahoon led the winners with three goals. The Terriers (27-2-1) will meet the winner of tonight's JUST FOR KICKS . Darrel Smith of the Stars his back kick durina a practice session on Th AstroTurf floor, which will tournament. (Post-Dispatch Pro Bowling SPRINGFIKLP, Va.. 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So why look like an "older man now that there is a mascu line way to banish gray hair? Get GRECIAN FORMULA-16 today. $3.50. Satisfaction guaranteed. GRECIAN iO FORMULA ID L- i Minnesota-Harvard game for the NCAA title tomorrow night. Denver (24-10-1) had been bidding for its sixth national championship. Auto Racing Two-time United States road-racing champion Mark Dono-hue may miss tomorrow's 12 Hours of Sebring race because of an ankle sprain suffered when he fell down cellar stairs at his Media, Pa., home. He may be replaced by his car owner, former driver Roger Penske. The U.S. yesterday was awarded a second Grand Prix race, breaking a precedent that has limited such events to one to a country. The Western U.S. Grand Prix will be held April 9, 1972, at Ontario, Calif. The only U.S. stop on the Formula One world championship circuit previously has been WatVrins Glenn, N. Y. Baseball Pitcher Dave Baldwin was sold by the Milwaukee Brewers to Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League. Tennis Australian Rod Laver beat Dennis Ralston of the United States, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5. and Tom Okker of The Netherlands beat Australian Roy Emerson, 6-4, 2-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, to qualify for the finals tonight in the $210,000 Tennis Champions' Classic at Hoc-Soc At Arena Pro Soccer Sends Up Trial Balloon Tonight By Harold Rachsbart If spectators at tonight's $2800 professional hoc-soc tournament at The Arena become a little confused about what's going on, they can join the club with the players. Four North American Soccer League squads (of nine players each) will compete for the top prize of $1000 on a fast, Astro-Turf surface exactly the size of the hockey rink 200 feet by 85. The St. Louis Stars will oppose the Dallas Tornados in the 8 o'clock opener and the 1970 NASL champion Rochester Lancers will meet the Washington Darts in the second game, about 8:45. First-round winners will meet in the last of four games for the title after a third-place contest between the first-round losers. Because of the fast rebounds from the backboards and corners, scores are likely to be high. Some observers at yesterday afternoon's brief workout of the Stars said they wouldn't be surprised if one team would run up 10 or 12 goals and scores of 6-5 or even 8-7 or thereabouts would be probable. "The goalie will be a dead duck for anybody with the ball in front of the large goalmouth," said Jim Korner, public relations man for the Stars. The Missouri Arena Corporation is co-sponsor of the tournament with the St. Louis professional soccer team. Hoc-soc uses some rules of hockey and some of soccer, and spectators will see players attempting to keep the ball low in kicking or heading, so it won't go over the sideboards. The game will be new to all players, because this is a "trial balloon," according to Walter Giesler, general manager of the Stars. "If the tournament is a success," Giesler said, "the North Racing FairmounT Entries il-'OH FRIDAY) Nhi-iips K.'irine) HIST RACK 1 mile, $S00 parP, -tanning. Senator Empire Self Winrier stai-i atn P,- In Time IriPh Fnrv Rli-ks Royal Sr)( (IM) BACK - Miss Kclpat Ail Stewardess Gnltl Dust Mairl Rolling Agile ( here Shadow rilll(l) RACK claiming-Tarn I Queen Thunders Rocket Carson City Jusedale My Roy Wish You Win I 01 IITH HACK. pare, claiming. Cnlvins Lad Andy Cash Eildie Time rimacraig Easter Rows I'll Til H VCK cialming. fliarlics Bomb Royal Sandpiper Windward Sti'VP Cash Ciovcrnor Ryrd Aba Iaba Do Wcf Sister Freight Partner Juspda le Main Hal mile, $8."r pace. Active Gnpp Southern Bill jMister Mick Junes Special Meadow Bow 1 mile, $8"i0 pace. Genes Hughes A .1 Glowaway Kriste Heritage I.ayne Adios Ann Avalon - 1 mile, $11(10 Dora Horn Pickwickian Prince Deems Shy Boy Dawn Raider 1 mile, $900 pace, Miss Rom bay Dales Faith Ronnies Missile Black Lana N'X II RACK 1 mile. $1500 pac Ann Lark Frontier Sue Itn-lv Beau Bertha Parker SKXKNTII RACK pace, claiming Way Of Life Rert Mar Mic Diane Dickey Bedwoeds Kathe Rird.es Caj)taln Adios Carl Donna Jove Little Shyster 1 mile, jn.")0 Penny Purdue Holiday Dandy Yankee Gunner Pearls Pride Torpedo Ryrri I) I (. H T H RACK 1 mile, $11110 pace. Pones! Rocket Quleky Too Soe i.ynn Adios Lucy Ryrri Nippe- Bov Georgie Time Ds Scotty Counsel Be Direct NINTH HACK 1 KnlHsh Back Kmp'rea Pride on The Town Jet Boid TKXTH RACK claiming. Dukt Gamaun Ktystals Purdue Cinnamon .loseila'e Red mile. $orno trot. Lochin Key ('al Farong Richland Co Bov I mile. $SO0 pac( Frontier Adlos Rexaline King Leos Pride Johnnie Senator Direct Gale ntry Nappy I firC$f0t1C DLC FOR 7.75-14 Bltckwilll 2 FO $27 Plu 43a lr Fad. tx. lax tirai afl your AVAILABLE American Soccer League may consider an entire winter schedule of hoc-soc for 1971-72. "It will be a challenge to the players, who are used to the larger outdoor soccer fields, 11 men playing on each side and a larger goal at which to aim. "With six men on a side, including the goalie, and goals only 12 feet wide and eight feet high, the action should be fast, especially with substitutions allowed 'on the fly' without play NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L. Pd. xNew York Wi "29 .642 Philadelphia, 45 34 .570 Boston 41 riS .S'J.j Buffalo 12 5S .'.'75 CENTRAL DIVISION 1)1,3 291,3 W I. Pet. xBaltlmora Atlanta Cincinnati 3S 45 47 .519 .43 .413 6l,i Si, Cleveland 65 .177 27 western conference MIDWEST DIVISION w I. Pit. xMllwaukee 66 15 .815 Chicago 5(1 29 .6.".3 Phoenix 46 3.1 .5S2 Detroit 43 36 .544 15 19 22 PACIFIC DIVISION Pel. .5SS . 506 .475 .46S .321 xl.os Angeles San Francisco Ssn Hlego Seattle 47 4 I 3S 37 33 40 42 4 2 6la 9 Portland 25 53 21 xCllnrhed division title THl RSDAV'S RESI LTS New York 131. Phoenix 123. overtime Pun Francisco 91. Chicago S5 Seattle 122. Milwaukee 121 TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore at Ronton Buffalo at Detroit Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago at Atlanta Milwaukee at San Diego Seattle at Portland Pro Basketball NBA RESULTS WARRIORS t. BI LLS 85 SAN UtAMISC'O 25 26 19 "191 CHICAGO 29 II 25 20 85 SAN FRANCISCO Lt.can 10. Thurmond 29, Mullina 29. Williams S, .lones 7. Kills 6, Lee 2. FG 36, FT 19, -PF 22. CHICAGO Wallser IS. Love 20. Boerwinkle 12. Sloan 14 Guokas 7. Fox 7. Weiss 5, King 2. FG 33, FT 19, PF 19. Attendance 10,303. sonics i ;, ri cks i ;i MILWAUKEE 1 3M ; :) ll SKATTI.K 28 35 31 28 I'JS MILWAUKEE Alcindor 39, Allen 10, Boozer 4, Cunningham 1, McGlotk-lin 19, Mclvemore 10. Rohenson 15. G. Smith 23. FG 49, FT 23, PF 24. SEATTLE Havwood 27. Heard 7. Kojls 2, Mescherv S. D. Smith 2S, Snyder 2.1. Thorn 2. Wllken 11. Wlntield 12. FG 48, FT 26. PF 17. Attendance R970 At Major Fairmount Selections ll'IIR FKII1AV) t Harness Racing) OVK BUST Naimleima l)rfm 1 Aha Daba Do. Be In Time. Seir Winder L' Chfre Shadow, Miss Kelpat, Air Stewardess 3 Carson city. A J Glowaway, Thunders Rocket Andy Cash, Kaster Bowft, Dora Horn ." Charlies Bomb, Dale Faith, Bnnnies Missile fi Bertha Parker, Ann Lark. Donna Jove 7 Penny Purdue, Yankee Gunner, Way of Life - SD's Scot.ly Counsel. Honeat. Rocket. Georgle Time 9 Rlchland 'o. Boy, Lochin Key, Cal Farong .10 Krystal Purdue, Duke Gamaun, -Nappy Girl Fairmount Results (FOR THURSDAY) (llarneNs Racing) FIRST RACK SHOO, one mile pace, .onamite (Flaro) 1!4.40. 7.L'0, 4.H0; Flying Boots (Arnold) 3.BO, .1.00 ; Amber Chief B (Slyzuik) 4.40. Time 2:14 1-5. SKCONI) rack $soo, one mile pace. Dollys Kirk iSchedlosky) 10.00, 4.l0, 3. So; Dons Don (Clark) 3.B0, :i 00; Pearls Adios (Finn) 3.00. Time 2:12. IIAII.V 1)1)1 III. K (8-1) paid MOI.OO THIRD K.UK SHOO, one mile trot. Bomhona (Colemani 4. SO. 3.20. 2. SO; My Hoscue (Foist) 5.40, 1J.SO; ItnKlevs Star (Alagna) 2. HO. Ttme 2:1.1 4-."i. Kll H i ll RACK 000. one mile pac - Duane V. (Parker) (i 40. 3.40. 2 Ml; Rob Urn Up (lumber! 3.20, 2.(0 ; Adfled F.xpense ( Foist i 4.20. Time 2:1 1 l-ft. FIFTH RACK $1000. one mile pace. Frosty Avalon (Sampson) 1180. 5.60'. 3.20; Dark Sunset ( Wine i 4.40. 3.00; Blue Ribbon (Temple. 4.60 Time 2:114.). SIXTH RACK tfflOO. one mile pare. Firecracker Vic (Donlevi 5-Y40, 19R0. 7.00: Crystal Mac (Wink-leri 4. SO. 4 20: Chief John (Wll-coxeni fv BO. Time 2:13 15. SKVK.NTH RACK $950. one mile "ace. Savoir Faire t Grevenpoeri t J7.R0. S.20. 5 0(1: Selkas Jo (Woods) 3,liO. 4.00; Napoleons Dream iDesomeri 3.60. Time ":ll I-,-) BIG l INKI I.A Ci-K-l-4) paid I7.I 17 f.K.H I II RA K $1200. one mile pace. H"ots Furv (Winkler I 9.20, 3.2(1. 3.00; Rusty Jovi l Lewis l .'UIO. 3.20; Gold Hat (Justice) 3.20. Time--2:11. NINTH RACK $800. one mile pace. Minos Choice (Mlnol 12.60, 4.40, 3.20- Pointers Gal (Abram-simi 6. so, 5 40: Illinl Champ (Panel 3.40. Time 2:14 2-5. I'lltl'KITA (1-8) paid SfiS.BO Attendance 2264. Handle $157,081. - 100 RETREADS 2S9071 7.35-14 Blickwallt Phis 45c per tire Fed. Ex. tax and 2 tires off jour rar. WHITEWALLS ADD 11.60 PER PAIR 14 I 8.25-14 S. Ill I Blackwalll I Bli IR I 2 FOR I 2 71 I $29.71 I $3 S.SS-14 Blifkwilll 2 MR $31.71 tin Plui 45i tar tlra Pkii 48a Mr Mr; 2 tel. tx. tax 2 Fed. Ex. lax t tar. I tlrai all your ear. I tiree otl yeur aar. AT FIRESTONE DEALERS 1 STORES Madison Square Garden. No. 3 seed Ann Jones of Britain defeated Californian Torey Fretz, 7-6, 7-6, in the quarterfinals of the $10,000 K-Mart Invitational at Rochester, Minn. Golf Amateur Steve Melnyk slipped to 71 today for a 137 total after 36 holes in the Greater Jacksonville Open in Florida. Melnyk had shared the first-round lead with Le Trevino as each shot 66. Basketball The San Francisco Warriors won . . . and the Chicago Bulls won despite losing last night. The Warriors, led by Nate Thurmond with 29 points, whipped the Bulls, 91-85, in Chicago to nail down second place and a playoff berth in the National Basketball Association's Pacific Division. And despite the loss, Chicago clinched second place and a playoff berth in the Midwest Division when the New York Knicks tripped the Phoenix Suns, 131-123, in overtime in Phoenix. Al McGuire of Marquette was named college coach of the year by the Associated Press in a vote by sports writers and sportscasters. McGuire finished ahead of Bob Boyd of Southern California with a total of 227 votes to 76. Lou Rossini resigned as coach of New York University for "other opportunities which may be more beneficial for me at this time." stoppage, as is the case in hockey." The Stars have had the benefit of a brief workout on the field yesterday afternoon, and some players from the other teams have competed in indoor soccer in Toronto, Washington or New York. But never hoc-soc on AstroTurf. George Meyer, coach of the Stars, pointed out that a goalie's recovery time would be very limited, and, he said, "a lot of scoring is probable. The rebounds off the sideboards, backboards and corners will afford a lot of open shots. "We'll have to try to play man-to-man defense to protect the goalie (Miguel deLima for the Stars) as much as possible." ABA btandmgi EAST DIVISION' w i. Pit. r.B Virginia 4 9 26 .653 -- Kentucky 42 35 .545 S New York 39 37 .513 lOlj Pittsburgh 33 45 .423 17li Flnrldians .33 46 .41S IS Carolina 29 47 .3S2 20li WEST DIVISION W I. Pel. ;b 1'tah 52 21 .693 . Indiana .",. 24 . 6SR . Memphis :W 3S .500 14',ii Denver 27 50 .351 26 Texas 26 50 .342 26'a THURSDAY'S KESVLT Utah 124. Denver 123 TODAY'S GAME Kentucky at Indiana Virginia vs. Carolina at Greensboro, N.C. Memphis sf Texas Utah at New York KNICKS 131. SI NS 123 NEW YORK 31 25 31 '!S 18 131 PHOEMX 26 38 24 24 III 1:!3 NEW YORK Barnett 30, Bradley 21, DeBuschere 17, Frailer 23, Reed 16. Jackson 13, Price 2, Riordan 3. Stallworth 6. FG 54, FT 23. PF 3S. PHOENIX Haskins 22. Hawkins 35, Silas 5, Van Arsdale 26. Walk 7. Counts 2. Green 13, Harris 13. FG 44, FT 35. PF 29. Attendance 7454. ABA RESULT STARS 124, ROCKETS 1'!3 I TAH 3(1 311 25 39 I'M DK.NVER 38 28 29 311 123 UTAH Jackson 10. Butler 13, Ron-bins 19. Boone 5. Beatv 30, Stone 4. Combs 21, Wise 22. FG 46, FT 2S. PF 22 DENVER Brown 2. Keve 12. Becker 11, Cannon 35, Hammond is. Barnhlll 18. Beck 27. FG 48. FT 27, PF 26. Three-Point Goals 1'tah, Butler 1, Combs 3. Attendance 3575. Tracks OaU Results awn ( FOR Till RSDAT) FIRST RACK. i4 (. I Arrived (1 ve-lyi, 6.00, 4 20, 2 80: Try My Way illinojosa). 10 80. 5.20; Not a Prince (Kunitake), 3.20. Time :47 1 -5. SKCONI) RACK. (1 mt70 yd.) R 1 own Eyes iBrumtieldt, 5.80, 3. BO. 2.80: Davdt-eamer (Mc-KniRht). 3. BO. 3. SO; A t u r n g 1 o iGall). 3.20. Time 1:46. II Ml.) 1)01 RI.K C-H paid S!0. ;il THIRD RACK. (I ml. 70 Yds. I -Tins Little Picgv (Rsv), 6.80, 4.20, 3.40; Asian Song (MeCullarl, S.20, 1.00; film's Sister iLivelyi, 5.J0. Time-1:45 3-5. FOl'RTH RACE (6f) Everetts Delight (Ray), 4.80, 3.60. 3.00 Yoi Jr. (D. W. Whlted), 6 60. 4.80; Protest March (Richie), 4.60. Time 1 :12 1-5. FIFTH RACE (6f) Dr. Galen (Wellsi. S.OO. 4.60, 3.00: Bounding; Actor ( D. W. Whltedi, S.20. 3.60; Gold Bon (Lejeune), 3.40. rime 1:13 2-5. SIXTH RACK (6f. 1 Native Pine (Hancock) 41.40, 13.4(1. 9.60; Down For Double i Kunitake) 5.00. 3. SO; Sorbs Ijtrk (Lively) 17.80. Time 1 :13 3-5. SKVKNTH RACK (6f.) dh-Thoroufih Look (Behienal 6.20. 5.110, 4.00- dh-Mr. Thankful (Garstl 8.80, 8.00, 4.60: Bright Decision (Richie) 3.40. Time 1:12 3-5. EIGHTH RACE (1 ml. 70 Yds ) $8500. Marealn (Whlted) 3.40, 3.00, 2.40; Cornada ( Richie) 6.40. 3.20; Show- of Klnfra (Brandt) 2 ii0 Time 1:42 1-5. .NINTH RACE (ll-16m) Pat 'n Weeze (Mundnrf) 36 00. 11.60. 7.00; Roval Sarirent (Gonzalez) 4 00. 3 40- Khall-Prlnce (Wells) 15. SO. Time 1:49. Attendance 11,018. Handle $96R,391. Aqueduct Results ( FOR THURSDAY) FIRST RACK (Bf) Stunning Je.s-Iress (R. Woodhous), 6.60, 4.20, 3.20; Wa:er Cricket (Venezia), 5.00. 3 80; Small Group (Masgl. 1.40. Time - 1:14 3-5. SE( OXD RACE (7f lltil (J. Velas-qurzl, ;i.B0. 3.00. 2.40; Western Spirit (R. Turcottei, 6 60. 4.20: Fenian Lad Block i. 4. SO. Time 1 :26 3-5 D.MI.V 11(11 Bl i; (8-fl) paid $l. 2ft THIRD RACE c6fl 1-Prlme Ven-lu re (R. Wood-house). 7.20, 3.40, 3 20: Harberer iCordero). 5.20, 4. 10; a-Virslnia Delegate (Baits-zsri. 3.20, Time 1:11 4-5. FOl'RTH RACE (7r) My Cavalier (C. Smith), 21.20. 5.60, 4.00: Lu-nurio i J. Velasquez). 3.00, 2.40: Mr. Bushy (Maag), 3.60. Time 1 :26 3-5. EXACT (l-B) paid $1)3.20 FIFTH RACK (5f) Stupenda (Arel-lanoi, 5.00. 3.00, 2.40; Exciting Divorcee (Baltazar), 3.20, 2.80; Gaelic Coffee (Cordero), 2.60. Time 1 :01 3-5. SIXTH RACE (60 Joe's Ml Girl i ft. Turcotte), 8.80, 3.00, 2.40; Ar-ashl (Cordero), 2.20, 2.10; Btew Zoo (Baeza), 2.60. Time 1:11 2-5. EXACT (1-3) paid S2U.00 SEVENTH RACE dm) Dan Patch (Ol-UBUet), 21.60, 7.10, 3.40; a-Handsome Kid (R. Turcotte), 3.80. 2.40; li-Shininp Sword (Cor-deroi, 2.20. Time 1:36 3-5. a-Entry with Nlht In Armor; b-Katlne With Good Manners. EKillTH RACE (Hirni Scott Noble iBiackl, 5.60, 3.00, 2.40: Shah Of Morocco (Hlnojosal, 4 00. 2.60; I'.ichard B. Good ( R. Woodhcnjse), 3.20. Time 1 :55 2-5. FX ACTA CI-) p)d $14. BO NINTH RACK (Bfl - Right Bov (Arellanoi 5.40. 3.40, 2.60; Bed Co Red (Patterson) 3.80, 2.80; Markus Parkus (Baker) 4.00. Time 1:13 4-5. Attendance 23.384. Handle $2,794,-715. Title NHL Sta n dings WEST DIVISION W i. T Pts. OF r,A xChicago BLUES Minnesota Philadelphia PtttsburKh Lor Angeles 44 17 9 97 256 171 29 24 17 26 30 15 26 30 13 20 32 18 21 36 12 IS 47 5 75 196 1R7 67 174 204 65 1S7 202 58 193 207 54 205 270 camornia 41 172 274 EAST DIVISION W I. T FU OP OA Boston New York Montreal Toronto Buffalo Detroit 53 10 7 44 15 11 36 21 13 34 30 6 20 37 13 20 39 10 19 42 7 113 363 179 99 229 153 85 252 lfll 74 226 190 53 1S7 261 50 195 271 45 188 264 Vancouver xcilnched division title THI'RSDAV'S KESl'I.TS Montreal 4, Toronto 1 Buffalo 5. Blues 3 Philadelphia 2. New York 1 Boston 7. Detroit 3 Los Angeles 3, ChlcaEo 2 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh at Vancouver Chicago at California SATURDAY'S GAMES Detroit at. St. Louis, 8 p.m. Buffalo at Montreal New York at Toronto Philadelphia at Boston Pittsburgh at Los Angeles NHL Results CANADIENS 4, LEAFS 1 TORONTO O 1 01 MONTREAL i 0 2 t FIRST PERIOD 1. Montreal, F. Mahovlich 26 (Lapolnte) 1:44. 2, Montreal, Roberto 12 (P. Mahovlich, Lemaire) 10:30. Penalties Lapolnte, M., 1:52: Baun, T., 3:44; McKenny. T., 8:35. SECOND PERIOD 3, Toronto, Keon 35 (McKenny, MacMillan) 6:57, Penalties Monahan, T., 0:25; Baun, T., 1:20: Dorey, T., 4:14: Bellveau, M., 6:11; Pelyk. T. , 9:24; Ferguson. M.. 12:14; .MacMillan, T., 18:36; Tremblay, M. . 18:36. THIRD PERIOD 4, Montreal. F. Mahovlich 27. 5:22. 5. Montreal, Lapolnte 11 (P. Mahovlich) 16:22. Penalties Dorey, T., 2:25; Lapolnte. M., 2:25; Baun, T., 14:24; Ferguson. M.. 14:24. SHOTS ON GOAL TORONTO 7 10 '- MONTREAL 17 13 1444 Goalies Parent, Toronto; Dryden, Montreal. Attendance 17,219. FLYERS 2, RANGERS 1 NFW YORK O 0 1 1 PHII.ADF.EPHIA I 0 I ! FIRST PERIOD 1, Philadelphia, schmautz 13. 0:14. Penalties Van Impe. Phil.. 2:42; Falrhalrn, K.Y.. 2:42; Neilsnn, N.Y., 8:57; L Hlllman. Phil., 16:09. SECOND PERIOD No scoring. Penalties Clarke, Phil., 4:48; Nevin, N.Y.. 12:20. THIRD PERIOD 2. New York, Tkaczuk 24 (Balon, Rolfe) 2:51. 3. Philadelphia. Clarke 22 (Schmautz, Kelly) 3:22. Penalties - - Gilbert. N.Y., 5:24; MacLel.ih, Phil., 10:00. SHOTS OX COAI. NEW YORK J 3 IS 7 3t PHILADELPHIA 7 II 1129 Goalies VlHemu.re, New York; Gamble. Philadelphia. Attendance 14,620. BRUINS 7, RED WINGS S DETROIT 0 2 13 BOSTON 3 I 37 FIRST PERIOD 1, Boston. Mc-Kenzle 27 (Awrey. Green) 2:57. 2. Boston, Esposito 63 (Hodge, Green) 13:24. 3, Boston, Carleton IS (Walton, Orr) 16:04. Penalty Awrev. Boston, 3:25. SFCOND PERIOD 4. Detroit, Robltallle 5 (Miller, Luce) 12:06. 5, Boston, Hodge 42 (Cashman, Esposito) 16:14 6, Detroit. Del-vecchio IS (Charron, Howe) 1S:56. Tenalty Webster, Detroit. 9:22. THIRD PERIOD 7, Boston. Mc-Kenzle 28 (Bucyk. Green) 2:40. S. Boston. McKenzle 29 (Eaposlto) 6:10. 9, Detroit. Charron 10 (F,c-Hestone, Delveechio) 11:04. 10. Boston, Esposito 64 (Cashman) 13:49. Penalty Bergman, Detroit, 4:51. . .. SHOTS ON COAL DETROIT I 1 J' BOSTON 22 14 30 .16 Goaltenders Detroit, Gray; Boston, Johnston. Attendance 14.994. KINGS 3, BLACK HAWKS 2 CHICAGO 0 1 J MIS ANGELES I 1 1 FIRST PERIOD 1. Backstrom 10 (unassisted) 10.27. Penalties Pulford, L.A.. 4:4 (: Magnuson. Chi., 8:16: Magniison Chi.. 12:26: Marotte, L A., 12:2b. SECOND PERIOD 2. Chicago. Makl ' iR Hull. Stapletoni 4:13: 3. Lns Angeles, Howell 1 (unassisted l -.V7 Penalties Curtis, L.A., 3:53: Jarrett. Chi., 5:12; Shmyr, Chi.. 8:27- Pulford, L.A., 11:.)0; Knrsb. Chi.. 1S:42. THIRD PERIOD 4. Los Angeles, Bvers 21 iBerrv, Wldlng) 10:39; 5' Chicago, Pinder 11 (Angotti, White) 12:11. Penalties Ryers, LA.. 1:32: Angotti. Chi., 13:28; Rsposlto, Chi., 13:26; Joyal, L.A., 14 j5" SHOTS O.N COAL CHICAGO 7 J ; LOS ANGELES 14 13 713 Goalies Chicago, Esposito; Los Angeles, Norris. Attendance 7122. $17,1 17 Big Q Goes To Lone Bettor The Big Quinella returned a whopping $17,117 to a lone bettor at Fairmount Park last night. In the first half of the Big Q, Firecracker Vic and Crystal Mac placed one-two to leave only 60 live tickets. Savoir Faire surprised by winning the second half of the Big Q with favored Seilkas Jo finishing second, providing the biggest Big Q payoff of the year. Lugger's 682 Leads Burns To Victory Al Lugger bowled a 266 game in a 682 series and George Baumstark had a 654 series as league-leading Burns Buick triumphed, 7-0, over the Sum-marells last night in the St. Louis Classic League at Tropi-cana Lanes. Bowling Leaders In Men's City Meet Leaders in the Greater St. Lpuls Bowling Association annual handicap tournament at Troplcana Lanes. There will be no bowlln this weekend. The meet will conclude the weekend ot March 27-28. SIMILES Joe Shladek Jr. 726. Sam Dowdy 720, Cliff Leeker Jr. 71S, Robert Koro-oey 714, Connie Eley 710, Tom Boliew 702. Ernie Shade 701, Richard Stelnhruegge Bfl7, John Pena 695, Eugene Pflrrlsh 694, Leo Dlprospere 693. Sam Krueger 92, Robert Wolff 690. DOFBLES Curtis Blevins, Carl Buehler 1414; Ron Williams, Richard Connors 1373: James L. Wilson, Rohert Jones 1368; Sam Krueger, Elmo Bram 1368: Lyle McKlnnls, Happy Stein 1350; Pete Johnson, Edward .lacobson 1341; Ray Brand, John Follmer 1337; James King, Mel Plttmar 13.17. AIJEVENTS John Branca 1931, Neil Burlon 1900. ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH March i, 7 r Death Penalty Waning Throughout The World FROM PAGE ONE safeguards for persons facing the death sentence. UN members are agreed that crime prevention is a problem of world-wide importance because it affects the stability of countries especially at a time wren criminality is rising everywhere. The organization is dedicated to strengthening the rule of law as the basis for an understanding among nations, failing which the peace is in danger. ALL STATES recognize the right of the accused to ask for mercy. In practically all states the executive authority has the power to pardon. The pardoning authority is usually the head of state or government, sometimes of political assemblies. States were unanimous in their replies that no execution of a death sentence is carried out before all legal procedures have been exhausted. In the cases were a final appeal has been dismissed, non-abolitionist countries felt that the execution should be carried out as soon as possible. If the death sentence has not been executed after a certain lapse of time, some countries automatically commute it. Many states with a long aboli- t i o n i s t tradition punish with death as a mandatory or dis- MARRIAGE LICENSE I" W. Cireen, 4327A Evans. Barbara I. .Marbles, 4259 W. Page Willie E. Denl. 3703A Cass, Georgia M. Raker, 3703A Cass James l Neshy. 2023 Adelaide, Essie L. Thomas, 4115 Walbrldge David Lewis, 653 N. Tenth, Janet D. King, East St. Louis James E. Thompson Jr.,, 2S00 Oregon, kalhleen R. .Moore, Annapolis, Mo. William SI. Humherg. 1120 Spring-valley. Inna L, Spangler, 4111 Caatleman Michael E. Lott. 291S Wisconsin, Connie s. Green. 3009 Salena Thomas Slephan Roe, 3606 S. Jefferson, Janet D. Walsh, 3016 Wisconsin Harry E. Green, 1702 Wagoner, Zula M. Winston, 3766 Carter Felton Johnson, 4975 Fountain, Gladys B. Haynes, 6305 Cates Jesse J. Reeves. Fenton. Mo., Kalhy M. Shields, 6288 Magnolia Gregory P. Nagel, 976 Canaan. Donna J. Hendrlekson, 10029 Jeffrey Eugene R. Boston Jr., 13S8 Cove, Susan L. Hnumbardt. 516 Alcove Anthony J. Springer Jr., 4964 Ashby, Deborah E. Ityon, 4930 Parkton Dennis A. Duke. 2933 Lucas, Beverly V. Voting. 5212 Highland James DimImiii, i:iu:i Graham, Lorraine Ridley, 1365 Graham Islie W. Pride, St. Charles, Mo., Virginia R' Marshall, St. Charles. Mo. Anionic J. I'um.o, 3023 Blair, Jessie I. Johnson, 2925 Harper Jaime A. Santiago, Chicago, 111., Gloria Aviles, Chicago, 111. Charles T. Hier, 236 S. Dade, Bonnie J. Stunim. 111 Koval ST. IjOI'18 COUNTY Gary D. Kohes, 49X5A Oleatha. Gloria J. Hoffman, 11347 Cypress Garden Thomas M. Rice. Slavton, Minn., Margaret A. Hoekstra, 1143 Siebe Robert N. Kilgore, 33 Rlakemore, Julia A' Bern-ell, Foley, Mo. William E. Wheeler Jr., Arnold. Mo., Penny Little, House Spring, Mo. Robert C. Mc(.ee. 7433 Commonwealth, l.oretta B. Tannahlll Augusta. Mo. James J. M. Costello, 3709 Mt. Olive, Judith A. Ferrell, 9610 Sapplngton Dllrhael Jnnex. 84 4 5 Atherton, Carolyn H. Glenn. 4201 A Harris Rohert W. I'lelller, 5301 Nagel. Elizabeth R. Hayden, 13027 Tesson Ferry John T. Pogiie, 111 Prospect, Joan M. hlng. 933 Leawood Ignatius M. nasal, 8754 Glenwood, Anne K. Wlshrod, 9558 Tiber. BIRTH RECORDS BOYS Becker, .1. and N. , Fenton. Mo. Buchanan, W. and M., 7003 Edison Burton, M. and L., 5564 Ashland Conrad. M. and G. Ill, Oakville. Mo. Dangerfield, H. and J., 300 Mansion House Center Dixon. R. and C, 3406 Arlington F'itz.simmona, H. and R., 5546 Valley-side Haenssler, E. and M.. St. Charles. Mo. Harrcll. J. and 8., 1309 Rushmore Holdman, R. and A., 6215 Derby Howe, S. and S., Festus, Mo. Joiner, C. and 1)., 4645A Leduc Jones, B. and N., 2810 Calvert Kellner, M. and J.. 7108 Delmar Kirkwood, 1. and A. Sr., East St. :Loufs Kladiva. J. and R. III. 4948 Carlbee KotovKky, R. and W., 5050 Clavrldge Kreltman, A. and J., 496 Baywillow Kulpa, J. and F. Jr., 740 Lexington Livingston. J. and C, 931 Shamrock Marsh, D. and M., 8817 Eager AlcCarron, R. and M. Jr., O'Fallon, Mo. Moore, S. and S , 1001 N. Compton O'Connor, P. and C, 4738 S. Spring Peterson, O. and J. Jr., 5563 Pershing Robinson, K. and G. Jr., 7411 Fox Trail Sales. L. and V., 8615 Orchard Schlcker, X. and L., 200 Mansion House Center Shaw. L. and G., 5852A Theodosla Stephens. T. and J., 1405 F'.ordwan Wright, R. and C. 1738 Lovejov GIRLS Bartlett, J. and S.. 7350 Trenton Berry, C. and S., 2713 Stadda Bone. c. and T., Pevely, Mo. Caldwell, J. and M., 821 Meramec Corcoran. M. and P., 10215 Chaucer Drewel. J. and M., 24 Quinton H11I Edwards, D. and J., 8869 Torch Walk Franks, J. and B., 3438 N. Ninth Galllna, E. and L., 6352A Sutherland Oassei, K. and J., 1235 Swallow Gibbons, D. and P., Eureka, Mo. Handshy. E, and V., 8041 Frederick Lowensteln, L. and K. Jr., 11148 Apache Trail Martin, W. and L., 4212 Gardenvlew McCain, J. and G., 5903 Highland Moore, S. and H.. 5541A Ashland Ragsdale. W. and C. Winchester, Mo. Richardson, G. and K., 1815 S. New-stead Russo. J. and A.. 8640 Annetta Skouby, R. and D. , Wentzvllle, Mo. Thomas, R. and E., 420 MacDougall Woods, M. and V., 4324 San Francisco Young, E. and B-, 4001 Washington St. l,oiils County BOYS Adelsherger, R. and J., 155 Cumberland Baltz, H. and S.. 718 Country Manor Bell. W. and J., St. Charles Keltz. L. and K., 1552 Leonalre Rlandford, V. and M., 649 Jeftersonl-an Blelle, J. and P., 2446 Weslngton Boehme, C. and E., 10020 Lord Boelhauf, D. and M., 11672 Las Lad-era Bor -herding, R. and J., 12345 Borch-erding Brandt, R. and D., 8507 Florence Bianham, S. and 8., Fenton, Mo. Campbell, R. and D. , 9850 Dennis Collins, J. and ('., 116 Monica Conner, J. and J., 9541 Miriam Corbett. R. and D., St. Charles, Mo. Craddock, J. and K., 11 Springlake Cuddy, K. and 8., High Ridge. Mo. Curtis, A. and J., 213 Trailtop Dana, F. and M., 7917 Gannon Davis, P. and C. , 2554 Westford deKonlng, J. and C, 1053 Rue La chelle DiLorenso, R. and B., 6132 Kingsbury Dixon, M. and A., 305 Fairview Dollar, T. and S., 1A Marvin Gardens Dorton, J. and v., 125 Spring Dryden, L. and M., 6993 Hlllsland Walz, III. J. and A., Robertsvllle, Mo. Weber, R. and C, 11035 Worchester Wells, L. and C, 1598 Vandover White, B. and J., 10758 Tropic Williams, J. and D., 244 Chicago Woodslde, D. and J., High Ridge, Mo. Workman, R. and O., 3709 Herbert Zapfe, N. and J., 3532 Morganford Fernandej, J. and P., 6327A Louisiana Flechtl, S. and M., 344 A Selma Flrebaugh, M. and J., 12542 C Ard-wlck Floyd, W. and I., 8728 Harold Franklin, M. and M., 121 Qulntana Georges. A. and K., 1140 Lees Gerken Jr., D. and K., 21 Lee Gilllland, M. and B.r 370 Allen Goltermann Jr., L and P., 13421 Fo-restlac Gowen, T. snd M., 7129 Weil Hagi-man, R. and F., 1930 Trotter Hahn. E. and L., 1256 Quantock Hanson, R. and C. St Charles Holt, J. and 8., 8871 Terwood Horner, W. and K.. 8800 Hulskamp Jacobs, T. and n.. 1075 Florland Jefferson, E. and P., 328 Eldridge Jones, K. and F.. 15 Thornton Kargus, R. and M . 1215 Oaklesf Kim. S. and K. . 77R1 Ravensridge Kimhrnugh, B. snd P., 6310 Evergreen cretionary sentence such crimes as treason, spying, attempts on the life of the head of state, looting, etc., particularly if they occur in wartime. THESE POLITICAL and military crimes are tried, sometimes, by civil courts. Many states have underlined the fact that these crimes should not be assimilated with ordinary civil offenses and that because of the distinct and serious nature of the s p e c i a 1 crimes, the accused should or could not benefit from the same legal safeguards. Some replies suggested that safeguards or correspondingly protracted appeal procedures would militate against the very purpose of this special legisla- tion that is to act swiftly in dangerous situations. The absence of any appeal or recourse at all beyond the mili- tary or special tribunal is not uncommon, it applies particularly when a state is at war. In certain extraordinary circumstances arising in wartime, military tribunals may execute summarily. The study was based on information supplied in response to a request by UN Secretary General U Thant dated March 1969. By the time of publication near- ly two years later, a number of countries had not replied. The United States was among them. King, R. snd M., O'Fflllon, Mo. Kissell, R. and J., 4757 S. Spring Koehler. A. and 8.. 2203 Lawrence Kottmeier, G. and C. 1213 Foxview Krvder. G. and C. 9804 Guthrie Lacy, F. and I)., 1112 Forest Lieberman, L. and D., 11333 Mon-marte McClennlng. M. and N.. St. Charles McNeil. E. and C, 8708 Rose Mever, R. and L., 5362 Prlorybrook Miller, J. and P.. 11102 N. Warson Modde, L. and B., 4956A Columbia Naeger, R. and S , 1602 Page Industrial Pikev. H. and J., 2802 Fee Fee Plttman, J. and M., 3727 Pine Grova Pochon. R. and P., Hillsboro, Mo. Poole. J. and B., 7419 Dale Prlvette. W. and E., 1225A Sullivan Pruellage, J. and P., 587 Highland Ridge Radtke, J. and B., 619 Pamela Raney, S. and S., 5834 Grace Ridenhour, F. and c. 12057 Glenross Robeson, L. and V., 6824 Delma Roblson, R. and L., 415 Joe Rogers, M. and D., 1558 Fairmount Si-hitler, W. and A., O'Fallon. Mo. Shclton. R. and S., 3238 Lynros Sippcl, M. and J., Arnold Smith, D. and L., 251 Martlgney Sneed. J. and B., 6030 Garesche Snyder, J. and S., 3313 Halliday Spangler. J. and P.. 2805 Calvert Tohov, T. and R.. 2817 S. Firtv-nlnth Turnbnugh. J. and J.. 142 Williams Wadlow. I), and H.. Hillsdale, Mo. GIRLS Griffin. J. and B.. 12341 Gist Ihmlester, R. and C, 2309 Huntington Ha id rick. W. and J., 1260 Purdue Hemphill. i. and L., Arnold, Mo. Henagean. H. and S.. BOO S. Elliott Holt. I), and M-. St. Charles lnman, R. and P., 13 McNnltv Jacohl, C. and H.. 11100 Patrina Johnson, W. and P., Ellisville. Mo. Jones, K. and P., 6220 Magnolia Junge, M. and G., 4705 McCorry Kalke, J. and K., 4043 Germanla King. M. and .1., 12524A Ardwlck Klrby, C. and T)., 2409 Wesingtnn Koeneman, J. and E., 1002 Chamber! Kopf, C. and A., Pacific, Mo. Kovac, J. and M., 6148 Simpson. Kurtzweil, Q. and M., Arnold, Mo. Laurel. L. and L., 1606B Page Industrial Lefler, R. and G., 8434 Betty Lea Lewis, J. and P.. 5518 Newport Llttrell, R. and F., J 105 Hawkins Lnrton. K. and D., 8761 Natural Bridge Manion, .7. and 8., 53S1 Ville Rosa Mantia, .1. and M., 3876 Swiss Mantia, M. and E., Arnold McDermntt, R. and V., Gray Summit, Mo. McGill, M. and R.. 7028A .lamleson Miller. P. and P., St. Charles N'olting. n. & L.. 9009 St. Charles Oliver. W. and I).. St. Clair. Mo. Pechonkk, J. and K., 3080 Charm-hrook Peebles. J. and D., 6111 Jackson Reynolds. G. and A.. 7482 Sir Lords Rltzert, R. and D.. 230 Jefferson Robinson, 1. and B., 5718 Waterman P.unions, J. and M., 6101 Margaret Schafluetzel, R. and G., 4B94A Flyer Schmltz, V. and S., 1455 N. Seventeenth Schultz, R. and J., 6225 Plymouth Sharer, R. and D., 444 Radford Lana Smith. R. and J.. 12009 Glen Grove Soehngen. I), and A., 5214 Ahington Somers, W. and C, 6209 Etzel Steenbergen. M. and B., 6137 Payne Stevenson. L. and L.. Granite City, 111. Sullivan, D. and C, 6964 Oleatha Tavloe, R. and S., 1566 Ville Patricia Trigg. J. and R., 10251 Meadowood Tucker. R. and L., 812 Barbv Cmbrigbt, S. and T., 6300 Everett Van Buoven. G. and S., 10310 Lack-l-i nd Vlcth. J. and J., 2038 A Switzer Wagenblasl. E. and S.. 8200 Airport Walton. T. and M.. 2401 Sims Ward. P. and K., 206 Cornelia Abraham. J. and S., 2314 A Hord Alexandre. M. and P., 3B35 Rutger Blankenship, E. and E., Hazelwood, Mo. Kiel. n. and C, 4 Louise Hrombollrh, L. and M.. E. St. Louis Brvant. L. and R., 18 Paula Connors. J. and R., 909 Poinsetta David, F. and P., 619 Old Ballss liavls, P. and N., 7445 Dale Deutschmann. G. and K., 12101 Manchester Drexler. R. and P.. 582 Fieldstone Eatherton, T). and C, 12449 Olive Edgar, K. and K., 10185 Cabana Club Fi ankowski, G. and S., 5505A Wren Franz, M. and J., 505 Clarlngton G i p s o n, M. and J., 8522 Walton Woods Golden, 8. and B., 4 20 Belvedera Gore, J. and B., 3 Aristotle Grendol, J. and E., 3902 Pomona White, C. and R., 1215 Flicker Wilkinson, T. and B., 7 Bruce Williams, C. and B., 4544 A Oakland Williams, R. and N., 7550 E. Hazel-crest Yenzer, R. and C, 8 West Eleventh Ml RIAL PERMITS Venahle. Hubert G., 64. 3454 Oregon Trachsel. Bessie, 75, 4 030 Tholozan McMillan. Robert J., 72, 6831 Etzel Derm. Blanche E., 84, 6619 Winona Cuvril, Tillle. 72. 4518 Blair Wilcox, Elizabeth. 74. 5722 Thekla Kolker, Mollie. 86, 4518 Blair Bass. Clara E., 48, 2509 Coleman Bachr, Frederich G., 95. 1348 Kraft Blake, Lnyd, 63. 3332 Wisconsin Kratochwil, Ann, 76, 4017A Connecticut Bokamper. Amy, 87, 2733 Wvomlng Schmalzgruber, Alice M., 70, 4647A Virginia Havllk. Anna B. . 91. 2917 Osage Lambert, Katrlna D., 1, 5330 Geral-dine Richmond. Hattle. 92. 1536 Cole Leonard. Linnia, 86, 4953A Terry Eichenlaub George P. Sr.. 77, 3412 Montana Si holl, Emma D.. 83, 5351 Delmar Glirk. nr. Harrv N , 77. 1112 Mason Manuel. William .VI. Jr., 5(6. 4751 A Newberrv Edmonds, Leslie, 56, 451 8 Cote Brll-lian'e Dale. Mnudle U, 68. 4593 Garfield Denton. Frank L.. 67, 3628 Shaw Woods, Mary E., 76, 443PA Swan Casey, Homer I.., 70, 4328 Enrlght Krueger, Stephen J., 71, 9518 S. Broadway Welsman, Raymond E.. 77, 7562A York Conley, Roy H., 71, East St. Louis Bartholomew, Gladys B., 77 19 Wy-down Kraua, Julia R.. 70. 2538 Bredell Sampson. Willie, 73, 1400 N. Euclid Splcer, Lillian, 88. 3961 Blair Lucking, Lester L., 76, 4420 Over-brook Ammon, Robert I., 83, Colllnsvllle, HI, Sanders, Courtney, 79. 3715 Olive Hlnkl, Elizabeth, 95, 5210 Llsette Collier, Flnly E., 67, 4325 McAdoo Bogard, Charles, 73, 4348A Shaw Crowe, Joseph P., 58, 10110 Farring-ton Jones, Henry, 77, 3119 Lamhdln .Mitchell, Edwin J., 61, 612 Holiday Nowlin. Mary A., 43, 120 Wlndellff llersh, Herman M., 76, 1005A Clav-tonia Hampton, Mammle. 80, 4449 Margsr-etla Blanke, Joseph F., 80, 8912 Lucerne Friedewald, Edna, 76. 1919 O'Fallon Heeman. rank . Bi-oadwav 65, 431 6A N. Knlser, Llndell J., 66, Edwardsvllle, III. Plggs. Sallle A . 75. Houston. Lillian ,1 land Taylor, Charles. 77, 154 W. .. 16. Felton B904 Ro- 1002 N. Grand '1i ) ft.ri--

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