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4S Fans Get A Kick Out Of Hoc-Soc Hoc-Soc Summaries DALLAS 2, STARS 1 DALLAS 0 2 STARS 1 Ol FIRST HALF: Star scoring Leeker (McBrtde 8;OS. Penalties Frank Full (S(. Tlbor (Dl, Beat (D). SECOND HALF: Dallas scoring Benedrk (Berto) 2:00; Benedek (Renshaw) 6:00. Penalty Berto (D). shots on Goal DALLAS 3 fl 8 STARS 8 412 ROCHESTER 3, WASHINGTON 1 ROCHESTER 2 1 3 WASHINGTON 1 O I FIRST HALF: Washington icorlng Kerr 5:40; Rochester scoring Setuler (Durante) 13:08; Durante 13:45. Penalties Short (R), De Leon (W). SECOND HALF: Rochester scoring Metldlerl (Setssler) 14:43. Penalty Selssler (Rl. SHOTS ON GOAL ROCHESTER 16 7 23 WASHINGTON S 10 IS STARS 2, WASHINGTON 0 STARS O 2 t WASHINGTON O O O FIRST HALF: No scoring. Penalties Kern (W), Smith (S), Donlavey (Wi. SECOND HALF: Stars scoring Popovic (McBride) 1:27; Popovic (Leeker) 14:31. Penalties Pul (Si, Grelle iW). Hausmann (S). SHOTS ON GOAL STARS 7 1017 WASHINGTON 9 413 DALLAS 3. ROCHESTER 0 (Championship Game) DAIXAS I 2 3 ROCHESTER O O O FIRST HALF: Dallas scoring Renshaw 12:15. Penalties Short (R). Lonardo (R). Berto (D), Juracy (D). SECOND HALF: Dallas scoring Renshaw 9:08; Best (Tlbor) 13:11. No penalties. Referees Larry King and Ray Puricelll. Attendance 5060. ers' inexperience at the game and their natural "fear" of offsides offenses. There was no offsides rule in effect, but players used to outdoor rules hesitated to break in front of the ball. The Stars were defeated by Dallas, 2-1, in the opener in which St. Louis enjoyed a 1-0 halftime lead on a goal by Jim Leeker on a pass from Pat McBride. But then Benedek hit the cords twice for Dallas within four-minutes early in the second half. "Those were the breaks of a fast game from which we didn't recover because time ran out on us," said Stars coach George Meyer. "With a few breaks the other way, we might have won the tournament. "Certainly our boys showed in their second game that they were probably the best conditioned of any of the groups of players. Popovic especially seemed to get adapted to hoc-soc after a slow start and put us over the top in the consolation game." Despite 19 penalties (each 2 minutes) for various offenses ranging from pushing and tripping to deliberately kicking the ball into the stands, only one goal was scored on what is called a hockey power play. Washington was short-manned with five on the field when McBride set up Popovic's first score in the consolation game. Rochester had defeated Washington, 3-1, in the second game to reach the title round but Seissler, former Kansas City star, and other Rochester players ran out of steam against the Tornado. Overlooked in the all-star balloting was Dallas goalie Ken Cooper, who yielded only one ; , - ' ; - j t r - ! ' . ' k 4 a 3 .-ii - J,,- rcl I - - , Ts,44:yf J DO0 6A &t March 20, 1971 ST.LQUIS POST'DISPATCH Ivansvi lie Wins Its Fifth Title At Evansville, Ind., the hometown Evansville Purple Aces won their fifth National Collegiate Athletic Association College Division basketball title by gunning down the Old Dominion Monarchs of Norfolk, Va., 97-82. The Aces' junior star, Don Buse, was SDOrt voted the tournament's outstanding player. " He scored 23 points and teammate Rick CL i Coffey had 23 in the final game. onorTS pre.tourney favorite, Southwestern Louisiana, walloped Kentucky Wesleyan, 105-83, to nail down third place. In the National Junior College tournament, top-ranked Southern Idaho College of Twin Falls and unranked Ellsworth College of Iowa Falls, la., meet tonight for the title. Host Hutchinson, Kan., ranked nineteenth, and Robert Morris of Carthage, 111., meet in the losers bracket consolation game. The Idaho team beat Robert Morris of Illinois, 87-70, and Ellsworth beat Hutchinson, 67-66. In losers' bracket action Three Rivers College of Poplar Bluff, Mo., beat Bismarck Junior College of North Dakota, 106-81. And at Salt Lake City at 5: 10 p.m. today, revenge-hungry Long Beach State plays top-ranked UCLA in the championship game of the NCAA University Division Western Regional. Today's Midwest Regional final matched Drake against Kansas at Wichita. In the Mideast Regional final at Athens, Ga., Ohio State was to meet Western Kentucky, and at Raleigh, N.C., the Eastern Regional final pitted Villanova against Penn. New York's National Invitation Tournament got underway today with five first-round games. Pro Basketball The Atlanta Hawks, despite committing 23 turnovers in a game in which they trailed most of the way, defeated the Chicago Bulls last night, 112-111, in overtime to nail down the last available berth in the National Basketball Association playoffs. Walt Hazzard's driving layup with 24 seconds left in the overtime won the game for the Hawks, who will meet the New York Knicks, the Atlantic Division winners, in the first round of the playoff. In another NBA game last night, Portland's Geoff Petrie scored 46 points in a 135-128 victory over Seattle. Bob Lanier, another rookie, scored 40 as his Detroit Pistons topped Buffalo, 111-105. In American Basketball Association play, Virginia clinched the Eastern title by beating Carolina, 132-120. Baseball The Pittsburgh Pirates won a 5-2 home-run filled exhibition game from the New York Mets on blasts by Jose Pagan, Bob Robertson, Jim Campanis and Roberto Clemente as former Cardinal Nelson Briles blanked the New Yorkers with one-hit pitching through the first five innings. Minnesota's Rick Renick singled to center in the eighth inning to spoil a no-hitter in a game won by the Washington Senators, 7-2. Starter Casey Cox pitched six perfect innings for the Nats. The Tokyo Lotte Orions handed Chicago Cubs' pitcher Ken Holtzman his third straight loss as the Japanese team won its third game in 12 outings against major league teams, 4-2. Holtzman hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning. Willie McCovey of the San Francisco Giants and Reggie Jackson of the Oakland Athletics hit tape-measure homers as the Giants won, 7-6. Jackson's clout was his seventh in 12 games. Brooks Robinson's seventh-inning double gave the Baltimore Orioles a 6-4 victory over the New York Yankees. The game was the first Robinson played in since suffering a spike wound a week ago. Funeral services were to be held today at Milwaukee for Tony Welzer, former Boston Red Sox pitcher, who died at the age of 71 Thursday. He pitched for the Red Sox from 1926 through 1928. Tennis Rod Laver beat Tom Okker, 7-5, 6-2, 6-1, in the final to By Harold Flachsbart Hoc-soc seemed to win ' approval of many of the spectators, North American Soccer League officials and players last night at The Arena, where Dallas won the four-team tournament. The Tornado from Texas de-f e a t e d Rochester, 3-0, in the championship game for the top prize of $1000 and Dallas's Mike Renshaw, who scored the first two goals In that contest, was voted the most valuable player of the tourney. But the Stars won friends in the crowd of 5060 persons by taking third-place consolation honors with a 2-0 victory over the Washington Darts, a team they couldn't defeat all last season. And assistant coach Dragon Popovic, who scored the two goals, was voted to the tournament's all-star team along with Stars' goalie Miguel de Lima. Other all-star selections were Renshaw, Dallas's Jim Beneek, and Rochester's Manfred Seis-sler and Peter Short. Phil Woosnam, executive director of the NASL, was impressed with the audience's enthusiasm. "I think hoc-soc has a potential as a league undertaking," Woosnam said, "and we will NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC! DIVISION W L FcL New York 52 29 .642 Philadelphia 4i8 34 .573 Boston 43 38 .531 Buffalo 22 50 .272 CENTRAL DIVISION W L Prt. Baltimore 41 39 .513 Atlanta 36 45 .444 Cincinnati 33 48 .407 Cleveland 14 63 .177 GB "i 30 GB 8V4 26 Mi WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 66 19 .80S .... Chicago SO 30 .625 ' 15 Phoenix 47 33 .588 18 Detroit 44 36 .550 21 PACIFIC DIVISION W L Prt. GB Los Angeles 47 34 .580 .... San Francisco 41 40 .506 6 San Diego 39 42 ,481 8 Seattle 37 43 .463 9V4 Portland 26 63 .&29 20 Clinched division title. FRIDAY'S RESULTS Boston 125. Baltimore 117 Atlanta 112. Chicago 111, overtime Detroit 111, Buffalo 105 Philadelphia 147. Cincinnati 127 Portland 135, Seattle 128 San Diego 111, Milwaukee 99 Phoenix 111. Los Angeles 106 TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia at Baltimore Atlanta at Chicago Seattle at Phoenix Detroit at Cleveland Portland at Buffalo SUNDAY'S GAMES Cincinnati at Boston Chicago at Detroit Baltimore at Philadelphia Portland at Cleveland New York at Los Angeles San Francisco vs. Seattle at U. of Wash. Phoenix at San Diego NBA Box Scores hawks 112, bulls in ' CHICAGO FG FT ATLANTA FU FT Baum Borwkle Collins Fox Guokas King Love Sloan Walker Weiss Totals 5 2 0-0 Bellamy Bridges Chmbrs Davis Hazzard 8-11 0-0 0-0 3-3 l-l 1-3 1-2 0-0 6-9 0-0 4 3 2 4 5 1 10 Hudson 9 4-i Marvich 10 2-5 Totals 47 18-31 2-2 5-ii 7 46 19-26 CHICAGO ii 30 1! 28 12111 i 26 13112 Sloan. Total Atlanta 23. ATLANTA 24 23 2 Fouled out Chicago, fouls: Chicago 24, Attendance 7,192. 76ERS 147, ROYALS 127 CINCINNATI PHILADELPHIA KG FT FG FT ArcMbld VAsdale Green Lacey Arnzen VanLier Robnsn Paulk Hvder Barr 6 5- 8 4- 6 6- 7 0- 2 3- 3 7- 9 1- 1 0- 0 3- 4 0- 2 Cunham 6 Ogden 2 Clark 9 Jones 4 Greer 7 Howell 8 Jackson 5 Plerng 9 Foster 4 Cwford 2 4- 7 4- 5 6-12 1- 1 6- 7 5- 6 3- 3 2- 2 4- 5 O- 0 Totals 49 29-40 CINCINNATI Totals 56 35-48 14 33 33 47127 PHILADELPHIA 33 24 48 42' 147 Fouled out None. Total fouls Cincinnati 30, Philadelphia 25. Attendance 15,244. CELTICS 125, BULLETS 117 TOO LOW. Tom Brockelman of St. Mary's doesn't have enough steam to clear 1 1 feet in the pole vault of the Metro Indoor Track meet at the National Guard Armory last night. (Post-Dispatch Photo) Ladue, Kirkwood Share Metro Indoor Crown one. Kirkwood's Jim Borchard-i n g was now the meditating vaulter. "We gotta have some noise," Ron Rushen, Kirkwood coach, told his sleepy team. "Jim tenses up unless there's some noise." So, with the Kirkwood team dutifully lining the runway to clap and holler, Borcharding raced down the runway. Not enough noise. He missed. And the South County division the Metro Indoor ended with Ladue and Kirkwood tied, and with the coaches flipping a coin to see who would take home the first-place trophy. Ladue won the toss. At 11:30, after nearly seven hours of track, the A r m o r y 's janitors were finally able to clean up. Providing the highlight for yesterday's ' meet, a qualifying meet for the State Indoor meet for Missouri schools, was Northwest's mile relay team. Long before the pole vaulters had turned the meet into an en-durance contest, the Northwest runners knocked 1.6 seconds off a record set by Sumner earlier this year. Northwest's Michael Horton, Alan Johnson, Albert Lemons and Michael Leaks qualified for the competition in Columbia next week in 3 minutes, 37.4 seconds. Soldan, with only two first- By Doug Grow Comment from the sidelines at 10: 30 last night in the Metro Indoor track meet at the Na-t i o n a 1 Guard Armory: "Pole vaulters are really flakey people." At 10: 35, Ladue's Marty Levi-son stood beneath the bar, contemplating the 13 feet 1 inch that he would attempt to vault. At 10:45, Levison was racing down the runway. He jammed his pole into the launching pit. Nothing. Except a hole in the fiberglass pit and a disgusted look on Levison's face, still 13-1 from his destination. At 11:15, the fiberglass pit had been replaced by a steel Metro Track City Division Team Standings 1. Soldan. 47 W; 2. Sumner end Northwest (tie), 26: 4. Vashon, IB: 3. St. Mary's, 9 ',4 ; 6. Cleveland. 7': 7. St. Louis U. Hn:h. 7: 8. McKlnley and Augustinlnn ( tie . 6; 10. Beaumont, 5; 11. Southwest 4. INDIVIDUAL ((IAI.1I II KS 00-YAKD DASH 1. McNeal (Vashon ), ti.5; 2. Johnson (Northwest), 6.5; 3. Williams (McKin-levl, 6.5; 4. Jackson (Beaumonti, 6.5; 5. Culhertson (Soldan), 6.6. SHU-V A It I) Kl'N 1. Byndom (Soldan), 2:06.7; 2. Jamerson (Vashon i, 2:07.8; 3. Robinson (Mc-Kinley). 2:09.6. MILE KIN 1. Laumerta (SLUH), 4:40.2; 2. Grundy (Soldan), 4:45.0; 3. Williams (Soklam, 4:45.5. 60-YAKD HIGH HIRDLES 1. Smith (Soldan), 7.7; 2. James (Sumner), 7.7; 3. Tyler (Vashoni, 7.8; 4. Hendricks (Vashon), 7.8; 5. Thames (Soldan), 7.9. 65-YARD LOW HP II DLLS 1. Smith (Soldan), 7.4; 2. Baldy Sumner). 7.5; 3. Culbertson, (Soldan), 7.6. 880-YARD RELAY 1. Northwest i Bevel, Lelnons, Johnson, Leaks), l:uS7; 2. Sumner, 1:39.8; 3. Soldan. 1:40.8. MILE RELAY 1. Northwest (Morton, Johnson, Lemmons. Leaks), 3:37.4; 2. Soldan, 3:40.4; 3. Sumner. 3:42.2. SHOT ITT Hebenstrelt (AuKUStln-ian), 51-7; 2. Georwr (Cleveland), fll-6); 3. Vinson (Soldan), 49-6 Vs. HIGH JlMr-1. Sams (Sumner), 6-7; 2. Rogers (Sumner), 6-2; Mason iNorthwesti, 5-10. POLE VAULT 1. Lance (St. Mary), 11-0; 2. News (Northwest i. 10-6; 3. Brockelman (St. Mary), 10-6. of take It up at a league meeting in about 10 days. If you can generate this much enthusiasm for mere exhibition games, a league schedule would be so much more attractive. "It's too bad the Stars couldn't have played in all four games. They certainly had the support of the fans. We could change the rules a bit perhaps play four 15-minute quarters and even enlarge the goals to increase scoring." ' Only 12 goals were scored in the four games, contrary to predictions of high scores, but that could be attributed to play Horse Fairmount Selections (FOR SATURDAY) ONE BEST: Dr. Mahrud 1 Lujas Pride, Miss Sunbelle Classy 2 Poplar Nibble, Success York, 91cepy Dav 3 Hennesey Abbe, Duchess Coal, Ed's Buddy 4 Tasman, Davy Pilot, Chip Rodney 5 'Miss Good Looking, Victory Surprise, Farad 6 Dr. Mahrud, Mr. Doc, Byrd Bov 7 Minos Allen, Legato, Senga Drum 8 'Miss Peggy Odale, Pluto John, Wee Judy D 9 Poplar Daisy, Little Bae Adios Undeley Adios 10 Toll Road Topper, Star Terry, j J&majean's Pride ' Fairmount Re suits (FOB FRIDAY) Weather, cloudy: track, good. FIRST RACE $800, one mile. Senator Empire (Shelter) 16.60, 6.40, 4.20; Aba Daba Do (Mcyocks) 5.00. 3.00: Freight Partner (Rangno) 3.00. Time 2:12 3-5. SBl'OND RACE $850. one mile pace. Chere shadow (Moe) 7.80. 4.20, 3.60; Rolling AEile (Pedersen) 5.20, 3.80; Gold Dust Maid (Jensen) 14.00. Tln 2:09 4-8. DAILY DOUBLE (1-8) paid $92.80. THIRD RACE $850, pace, one mile. Carson City (Winkler), 6.60, 3.60, 2. 60 ; Josedale My Boy ( Ducharme i , 5.80. 3.80; Taml Queen (Herman), 3.80. Time 2:10 2-5. FOIRTH RACE $1100, one mile pace. Andy Cash (VanderPoel) 12.00, 6.00, 4.60: Prince Deems (Gilbert) 8.00, 7.20: (Pickwickian (Kreischner) 9.20. Time 2:08 4-5. FIFTH RACE $900, one mile pace. Windward (Slyzulk) 13.S0, 5.40. 4.00; Miss Bombay (Green) 4.40. 2.80; Roval Sandpiper (Ducharme) 4.20. Time 2:09 4-5. (JI INKLLA (3-6) paid $28.80. SIXTH RACE $1500, pace, one mile. Little Shyster (Justice) 31.00, 11.60. 7.00; Ann Lark (Harmon) 4.20, 3.60; Frontier Sue (Fltzpatrick) 5.20. Time 2:07 4-5. SEVENTH RACE $950, one mile pace. Redwoofis KaUie (Finn) 6.60 4.20 2.80; Holiday Dandy (Her-man) 6.60 4.00: Way of Life (Gilbert) 4.00. Time 2:09 15. Of IN ELLA (4-7) paid $25.40 EIGHTH RACE $1100 pace, one mile. Lucy Byrn (Finn) 19.20 9.00 4.80; Sue Lynn Adiod (Meyocks) 13.20 5.40; Ds Scotty Counsel iBallev) 3.00. Time 2:07 1-5. NINTH RACE $2000. one mile trot. Splash Back (Holford) 9 60, 4.20. 3.00; Richland Co Boy (Woods) 4.40. 3.40; Empires Pride (Light) 4.00. Time 2:08 1-5. TENTH RACE $800. one mile pace. Nappv Girl (Gilbert) 19.40, 10.60. 6.00: Krystals Purdue (Harmon) 4.20. 5.00; Leo Pride (Schedlosky) 6.20. Time 2:13. PERFECT (3-2) paid $89.60 Attendance 3133. Handle $213,560. Fairmount Entries (FOR SATURDAY) HARNESS RACING FIRST RACE-1 mile, $950, pace. Jimmle Bars Lujas Pride Lindsey Joe Junes Special Eddy Henley Classy Miss Sunbelle SECOND RACE claiming. Success York Sleepy Day Shiny Babe Poplar Nibble Diplomat Trip THIRD RACE-1 Hennesey Abbe Stereo Alreo Doc Mol Le Commandant Golden Babe Miss Lucky Check Leavlt Lenny 1 mile, $950, pace, Black Land Mlchle Pointer V C Boy Sister Skcet Glowaway Cash mile, $1000, trot. Empire Ann Duchess Coal Eds Buddy Sheriffs Sale Hlstorv Maker niisio iiocmey FOURTH RACE 1 mile, $1000, pace. Sea Bow Tasman Mclanle Time Davy Pilot Chip Rodney FIFTH RACE-1 claiming. Admirals Victory Jenny Worthy Farad Top Mark Ann Avalon Adloo Richard Tiny Demon Khoka Chief Key Of Time Delia Star mile, $950, pace, Miss Good Lookln Way Counsel Victory Suprlse Selkas Jo SIXTH RACE 1 Rhythm Dale Dugan Byrd mile, $2000, pace. Brave Time Mr Doc Dr Lahrud Byrd Boy SEVENTH R A C E 1 mile, $1050, Minos Allen Senga Drum Legato Ds Daybreak Zooms Painter Jay D Adios Hazev Creedee Merrie S"ottsman EIGHTH RACE 1 mile, $1300, paoe. Minnies Last Bull Hill Pluto John Smga Marie Wee Judy D Miss Ann Velbob Hark Way Dazzling Star Miss Peggy Dcz Rader O'Dale NINTH RACE 1 mile, $1400, pace. Senga Martin Joe Richard Hurry scurry Little Bae Adios Wick Star Victor Poplar Daisy Adios Julia TENTH RACE 1 claiming. Star Terry Toll Road Topper Emajeans Pride Brlte Signal Roman Goddess Petites Pride Undeley Adios Berthas Delight Gons Mary F mile, $900, pace, Layne Adios i Plight Klne ! Bar Screaming Pete Stimulus I COMF1 IT! IRAKI JOB Reelect All Iraki Show flO!OC Turn All Bnkt Drums Rebuild All Wh Cylln Jen IntiMt Mattor lylir.der am if an Park Front Whfll BMrlnnl CARS BANNER TIRE CO. 5704 NATURAL BRIDGE 11202 MANCHESTER 3300 LEMAY FERRY RD. 87 80. Hy 140 complete his breeze through all 13 matches of the Tennis Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden yesterday. He won $160,000 of the $210,000 prize total in the event which began Jan. 2. Mary Ann Curtis of St. Louis was to play second seeded Rosemary Casals in a semifinal of the $10,000 Invitational Professional Tennis Tournament at Rochester, Mich., today. Top seeded Billie Jean King was to meet Ann Jones in the other semifinal. Miss Casals beat Judy Dalton and Miss King topped Valerie Ziegenfuss in quarterfinals yesterday, then the two winners teamed to top Kristie Pigeon and Betty Ann Hansen in doubles. Auto Racing Mark Donohue, in a Ferrari 512, set a record of 123.442 miles an hour in qualifying for the 12 Hours of Sebring in Florida. Donohue broke defending Sebring champion Mario Andretti's record of 122.936 m.p.h. Forty-two cars began the grind this morning. Defending national champion Harry Ingle barely edged Tom Reddy in the Inver House Trophy race for Formula Super Vees, a preliminary for today's Sebring endurance race. Hockey traig Patrick, son of Blues' vice president Lynn Patrick, contributed a goal as the United States team stunned Czechoslovakia, 5-1, in the World Ice Hockey Championships at Bern, Switzerland, last night. The underdog U.S. team was scheduled to meet Sweden at 3 p.m. (St. Louis time) today. Rookie right winger Phil Roberto will be lost to the Montreal Canadiens until Wednesday. He suffered a sprained ankle Thursday in a 4-1 victory over Toronto. Doug Favell, goaltender of the Philadelphia Flyers, will be out for several days with a concussion he suffered in a fall in practice Wednesday. Minnesota will meet Boston University tonight in the final of the NCAA tournament at Syracuse, N.Y., Minnesota reached the final with a 6-5 victory over Harvard in overtime last night. Boston beat Denver, 4-2. Bowling Johnny Petraglia of Brooklyn won 11 of his 16 semifinal matches yesterday to take a 301-pin lead into today's finals of the $60,000 Fair Lanes Open bowling tournament at Springfield, Va. His average was 224 for the 40 games. Golf Amateur Steve Melynk shared the lead with ''on January as the third round of the $125,000 Greater Jacksonville Open got underway. Both have two-round scores of seven-under par 137. Jack Nicklaus won the February award in balloting for the Hickok Professional Athlete of the Year award. A retired Army colonel, Miss Amie Amizich, led by one stroke after the first round of the Orange Blossom Classic at St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Amizich shot two-under-par 70 yesterday in the Ladies Professional Golf Association meet. Exhibition Linescores BALTIMORE BOSTON FG FT FG FT Marin 7 0-0 Havllck 11 6-8 Trsvnt 2 2-3 Kbrskl 1 0-0 Murrey 5 4-5 Cowens 8 7-9 Lghry 13 6-7 Chaney 9 2-6 Mnroe 6 10-12 White 12 0-0 Carter 6 5-5 Morgan 4 0-1 Geojhn 5 0-0 Nelson 4 4-5 Zeller 1 0-0 Flnkel 1 0-0 Totals 48 27-33 Dnwide 2 0-0 Boston (128) Sanders 1 0-0 Smith 0 0-0 TolalH 53 1B-29 Baltimore 28 26 43 23 117 Boston 30 32 33 30128 goal (to the Stars) in four hot 15-minute halves. Racing Oaklawn Results (FOR FRIDAY) Weather clear; track fast FIRST RACE, (4f.) Manches Grls- es (Lively), 3.80, 2.80, 2.40; Lucky Jo Jo (Richie). 3.60, 2.80; Pretty Babe (Martinez), 2.S0. SECOND RACE, 16 1.1- Claigal (DWWhlted), 15.20. 6.20, 4.60; Old War Charm (Dalton), 4.20, 3.60; Holly Top (Richie), 5.00. Time 1:15 1-5. DAILY DOUBLE (9-2) PAID $34.20 THIRD RACE (lm&70yds.) Bo-suns Jewel (McKnight), 7.00, 4.2(1, 3.20; Three Js (Richie), 5.80, 3.80; Perfectto (Lively), 5.20. Time 1:46 2-5. FOURTH RACE, (6 f.) Acco King (McKnight), 8:00, 4.20, 3.20; Deacon Taylor (Richie), 3.60, 3.00; Spacemount (DWells), 3.80. Time 1:14. FIFTH RACE, (6 t.) a-La Belle Alliance (Spencer), 8.00, 4.00, 3.60; Barn Swallow (Behrens), 4.00, 3.40; Sister Taptoe (Garst), 6.40. Time 1:14 2-5. SIXTH RACE, (6 f.) Big Dealer (Ray), 10.20, 5.40, 3.60; Clems Heart (ARlnii, 10.80, 5.60: Radar Control (Ebardt) 4.20. Time 1:12 4-5. SEVENTH RACE (6f.) Flower Patch II (W. Fleming) 3-1.00, 18.80, 10.20; Jester Jr. ( McKnight) 9.40. 6.20: R. C. Lady (D. W. Whited) 5.00. Time 1:12 2-5. EIGHTH RACE (6f) Determinar (Richie) 5.40, 3.40, 2.60; Tropical Judge (Brumfield) 5.80, 3.80: Our Citation (Keller) 3.20. Time 1 :12 2-5. NINTH RACE (lHrn) Demogod (Ray) 8.60. 4.20, 3.00: a-Bargain Basement (Hlnojosai 4.20, 2.80; Navac (McKnight) 2.60. Time 1 :54 3-5. Attendance 13,108. Handle $1,073,421. Aqueduct Results (FOR FRIDAY) FIRST RACE (6. f.)-Cl:nglng (Bak-en, 1S.40, 6.00, 3.40; Onpage (Ve-nezia), 2.80, 2.40; Amerasian (Ar-ellanoi, 3.00. Time 1:14 1-5. SECOND RACE (6 f.) Close Passage (Black), 34.20, 13.40, 6.60; Flight Hostess (JVelasquez), 7.60. 4.80; Sailing Dot (B a e z a), 3.80. Time 1:13. DAILY DOUBLE (10-2) PAID $291.60 THIRD RACE (7f.) Play S t r e e t (J Velasquez i, 17.20. 7.40, 4.60; La C I m a s Court (RTurcotte), 5.60, 3.60; Running Bear tAirellanoi, 5.20. Time-l:24 3-5. FOURTH RACE (6 f.)-Tunex (Ruane). 9.60. 4.60, 2.80: Irish Mate (Baeza), 5.40. 2 60; Native Riyalty (Cordero), 2.40. T I m e 1:10 2-5. EX ACTA (6-1) PAID $37.60 FIFTH RACE (7 f.) -Gambles Hill (RWoodbousel. 4.60, 3.40, 2,0; Curlew Creek (Black), 7.40, 4.20; Greek Galleon (Corderoi, 3.40. Time 1:20 4-5. SIXTH RACE (6 f.) Nashua Road iCrugueti, 12.20. 4. SO, 3.10; Navy No (RTurcotte). 3.00. 2.40: Dream of Kings (JVelasquez), 4.60. Time 1:11 1-5. EXACT A (4-8) PAID $37.40 SEVENTH RACE (1 mlle)-Royal Fillet (Baeza i. 7.20. 6.40, 7.60; Polly Piper (JVelasquez). 6.00, 6.00: Pine Bud (Adams), 8.60. Time 1:37-13. EIGHTH RACE (1 mlle9)-Cinna-mon Roll (B a e z a), 18.80, 7.40, 4.00: Poky Betty (Arellano), 3.30, 2.60; Mile. Qullle (Cordero), 2.80. Time 1:52. EXACTA (8-9) PAID $64.80 NINTH RACE (6f.)-Brlggsys Beauty (R Wood ire use . 24.20, 10.60, 6.60; Duty Free (Patterson), 4.60, 4.20; Richard Gary (Black), 5.60. Time 1:11 2-5. Attendance 21,132. Handle $2,717,928. Blueliners, SIU In Hockey Final Joe Legendre scored four goals and Bill Farasy tallied three times as the Blueliners defeated Granite City High, 9-1, in a semifinal game of the Senior Men's Amateur Hockey League tournament last night at Granite City Ice Rink. In another semifinal contest, SIU-Edwardsville overcame a 3-0 deficit to beat the Hawks, 5-3, as Rick Smith scored twice for the winners. SIU meets the Blueliners for the championship at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Granite City rink. TOIWftfeft RESORT ft GOLF CLUB OUR NEW GOLF COURSE WILL BE THE HIT OF YOUR MEETING Call or write for lilormatlon on our special oackaoo olan rates, St. Louis Toll-Freo Numbers WY 1-1866 or WY 1-22i3. Osane Beach, Mo, 65065 (314) 348-1283. , HONEYMOON CENTER OF THE MIDWEST place finishers, won the City Division of the meet. Northwest tied Sumner for second. In the Illinois Division, Alton made it four straight indoor titles this year by finishing with 67 points, well in front of Lin-coin, with 43 points. McCluer won the North County division with 19 points. Turner Takes 600-Yard Run At Cleveland From PoBt-DIspatcb Wire Services CLEVELAND, March 20 Webster Groves's Tommie Turner, who now competes for Murray State University of Kentucky, last night won the 600-yard run at the thirty-first annual Knights of Columbus indoor track meet. His time was 1 minute 10.8 seconds as he nipped Jay Eibel of the Pacific Coast Club. The meet also saw the world pole pole vault record shattered when Kjell Isaksson of Sweden cleared the bar at 17 feet 9 inches. The pending record of 17 feet 8'2 inches was set last Saturday in Sofia, Bulgaria, by Wolfgang Nordig of West Germany. ABA Standings EAST DIVISION' W Pel. GB '9' ' 11 18 181i 21V-J GB Virginia Kentucky Ne York Pittsburgh Floridiuns Carolina WEST 50 42 39 26 36 38 45 46 48 .6.iS .518 .506 .423 33 33 211 418 377 DIVISION I. 53 23 54 24 38 39 27 50 Utah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas .H!)7 .692 .494 .351 .351 15 Mi 26 26 27 50 Clinched division title FRIDAY'S RESULTS Indiana 120. Kentucky 109 Utah 115. New York 104 Virginia 132. Carolina 120 Texas 126. Mcmnhls 1 1'! TODAY'S GAMES New York vs. Virginia at Norfolk Only game scheduled Wrestling Results (At Kiel Auditorium) In the main event at Kiel Auditorium last night, Johnny Valentine, 245, and Von Raschke went to a no-decislon finish when the referee stopped the match at 22 minutes. 4 7 seconds. In the co-main event, Dick the Bruiser, 250, pinned Hans Schmidt, 255, In 7:15. In other matches, the Australian tag team of Sweet Daddy Sikl, 242, and Pat O'Connor. 235, won two of three falls from the team of Hans Mortier 252, and Don Fargo, 240: Jack Brlsco, 236. and Big Bill .Miller, 21)0, went to a 20-mlnute draw: midget Little Bobo, 109, pinned Wee Willie Wills, 95. In 8:40; the tag team of Luis Martinez, 236. and Greg Valentine, 225, won two straight falls from the team of Angelo Poffo, 240. and Johnny Long, 238. Khoury Soccer (AT CARONDELET) Stevens 3, Shamrock 1 St. Summaries County Division Team Standings South County 1. Kirkwood and Ladue (tie). 20; 3 University City and Webster Groves (tie), 16; S. Christian Brothers, 7; 6. Mehlvllle, 5; 7. Clayton 2. North fount 1. McCluer, 19; 2. Hazelwood, 18; 3. Normandy, 15; 4. Ritenour, 9; 5. Rivervlew, 6; 6. Pattonvllle, 3; 7. Lutheran North. 2. Individual Oiiallflrro 60-YARD DASH 1. Sheahan (CBC), 6.6 seconds; 2. Johnson (Normandy), 6.6; 3. Nelson (U. Cltvl, 6.6; 4. Parson (Ritenour), 6.7; Wiseman (Mehlvllle), 6.7. 880-YARD RUN 1. Kachner (Kirk). 2 minutes, 8.6 seconds; 2. Casmer (McCluer), 2:09.3: 3. Amos (Maplei, 2:10.6; 4. Otler (Hazeli, 2:11.1; o. Dlerker (Webster), 2:11.7. 880-YARD RELAY 1. University City (Soloman, Cunningham, Blitz, Nelson), 1:41.5; 2. Mehlvllle, 1:42.1; 3. Ladue, 1:42.7; 4. Ritenour, 1:42.8; 5. Normandy, 1:43.2. MILK RELAY 1. University City (Solomon, Coleman, Blitz, Teeters), 3:46; 2. Ritenour, 3:48.4: 3. Hazelwood, S.S; 4. Kirkwood, 3:4.8.9: 5. Webster, 3:48.9. SHOT PUT 1. Buckmaster i Normandy), 55 feet. 3(2 inches; 2. Anderson i Ladue), 54-1 li: 3. Knlwes (Normandy). 51-6; 4. Peterson (Lutheran). 50-7; 5. Pet-roff (Hazeli, 47-2V4. MILK RUN--1. Harrison (Kirkwood), 4:32.6; 2. Anderson (Hazel), 4:38.3'; 3. McDonald (LuMue), 4:39.0; 4. Rickman (McCluer), 4:41.9; 5. Kimball (Rivervlew). 4:44.7. 65-YARD LOW HUHDLK8 1. Bir-tell (, McCluer). 7.5: 2. Bell (Webster), 7.6; 3. Borton (Hizel). 7.7: Duvis (Clayton). 7.8; 5. Windier ' CBC), 7.S. 60-YARD HIGH HURDLES 1. Bell (Webster Groves), 7.5; Bartell (Mc-Cluer), 7.8; 3. Borton (Hazeli. S.l; 4. Zeider (Viverview), 8.1; 5. Shelton (U. Cltv), 8.2. HIGH JUMP 1. Lucas (Ladue), 6-2; 2. Inije (Webster Groves). 6-1: 3. Harvey (McCluer), 6-1: 4. .Stanley (Ritenour), George (Hazelwood), Strczier (Normandy), tie, 6-0. POLE VAULT 1. Borcsardlng (Ktrk-woodi. 12-6: 2. Levison (Ladue), 12-6: 3. Davis ( P.lverview), 12-6: 4. Hegwood (Pattonvillei. 12-0; Mattlngly (Hazelwood). 11-6. inois Division Team Stnndings 1. Alton, 67; 2. Lincoln, 43: 3. East St. Louis, 26: 4. F.dwarcls-vlllc. 13: 5. Triad. 7. MILK RUN 1. Andrew (Alton), 4:30.9: 2. Bchmelzel (Edwardl, 4:46.0; 3. Lacke (Alton). 4:48.1; 4. Grinter (Triad). 4:51.7; 5. Patterson l Lincoln). 4:55.3. 60-YARD HUGH HURDLES 1. Lary (Lincoln). 7.7; 2. Badger (Altoni, 7.8; 3. Perry (Lincoln) 8.0. 4. Williams (ESL). 8.2: 5. Schmidt (Edward), 8.2. 60-YARD DASH 1. Murphy (Altoni, 6.4: 2. Carter (ESL). (i.4: 3. Scott (Alton), 6.6; 4. Monroe I Lincoln). 6.6; 5. Ward. (Lincoln), 6.6. 880-YARD RELAY J. Lincoln, 1 :4H2.3: 2. E. SL. 1:43.1; 3. Edward. 1:51.9: 4. Triad, 1:53.9. 8SO-YARD RUN Scheppel (Altoni. 2:07.3: 2. Johnson (Alton), 2.07.5; 3. Wright (ESL I. 2:09.3: 4. Adams (ESL), 2:12.4: 5. Wren (Lincoln). 2:17.7. 65-YARD LOW HURDLES 1. Lary (Lincoln), 7.6: 2. Murphy (Altoni, 7.6. Withrow (Alton). 7.7: 4. Perry (Lincoln), 7.7; S. Haves ( ESL). 8.0. MILE RELAY 1. Alton (Murphy, Withrow. J, Scott, B. Scott), 3:40.2: 2. Lincoln, 3:47 7: 3. ESL, 3:50.5; 4. Triad, 4:02.1; 5. Edward, 4:02.9. POLS VAULT 1. King (Lincoln), 12-0: 2. Eberle (Edward.), 10.6: 3. Dooley (Al(on), 10-6. SHOT PUT 1. Fisk (Alton). Sl-8'i: 2. Stclner (Alton), 50-7 W : 3. Rush (Lincoln). 48-4; 4. Thompson (ESL). 47-4Mi; 5. Kuhn Triad), 43-8 '4. HIGH JUMP 1. Dooley (Alton), 6-1; 2. Jones (F.SL), 5-10: 3. Celsnr (Alton), 5-10; 4. Lary (Lincoln). 5-8. 5. Davis (ESL) VS. Pro Bowling Johnny Pelraclia 11- o 943 Earl Anthony 9-7 91S2 Dick Battisla 10- 6 9080 Bib strarnpe 11- 5 9063 Jack BtoncJollllo 9- 7 90H7 Larry Laub 9-7 9010 Curt Schmidt 8- 8 89S4 Diive Davis 9- 7 8934 Les Schissler 8-8 8926 Bob Shank 9- 7 8917 Boh Hood S- 8 8S79 Johnny Cuenther 5-11 t843 Gary Dickinson 6-10 877S Ralph Ean 4-12 8517 Fouled out Murrev. Total fouls Baltimore 24, Boston PISTONS 111, BRAVES 105 BLFFM.O DETROIT FG FT FG FT Bryant Davis ' Garrett Gillian Hummr Kautnin May Sllllman Warner Wilson 4 5- 6 Blng 4 0-2 Driscoll 5 1- 1 Hewitt 6 2- 2 Komives 9 2 6- 9 2- 2 1- 3 0- 0 6- 8 2- 2 1- 1 0- 0 3- 4 4- 6 I 0 5 0-1 Lanter 7 4-4 Marlatt 5 8- 8 Moore 17 3 1 3 2 5 Mueller Quick Walker Totals 41 23-29 Totals 43 25-35 Bl I'FALI) 3H 2H 18 25 105 DETROIT 27 34 37 23111 Fouled out Buffalo, Bryant, Hewitt. Total fouls Buffalo 25, Detroit 27. SUNS 111, LAKERS 106 PHOENIX LOS ANGELES FG FT (U I' T 0- 0 Kritkson 4 4-4 Green 4 Hawkins 6 Counts 6 Harris 6 Hasklns 3 VnAsdle 11 Block 5 Silas 2 Taylor 2 Howard 1 3 Jiairston 4 1-1 Chmbrln 9 10-16 Goodrich 8 McCarter 6 Hetzel 5 Raberson 4 McMillan 2 Totals 46 19-22 Totals 42 22-35 PHOENIX 29 25 30 27 111 MrS ANGELES 26 23 32 25 106 TOTAL FOULS Phoenix 26, Los Angeles 22. Attendance 17,254. ROCKETS 111, BUCKS 99 MILWAUKEE SAN' DIEGO FT. FT 9 0-0 1 3- 4 10 (I- 0 2 1- 1 5 11-12 FG FT Alclndor 10 7 Adams Block Hayes Kimball Lantz Murphy Siegfried Tmiovch Trapp Allen Cunnghm Greacen MeGlklin Mc-emre Rbeitson Smith Webb Winkler 0- 1 0- 0 3- 7 4- 6 2- 3 2- 2 0- 1 0- 0 0- 0 3 5-6 2 3- 3 0 0-0 11 2- 2 Totals 43 13-27 Totals 43 25-28 MIILWAUKEE 10 3'! 2 2! 99 SAN DIEGO 29 28 33 24 111 TOTAL FOULS Milwaukee 21, San Diego 21. Attendance 10,256. BLAZERS 135, SONICS 12S SEATTLE PORTLAND FG FT FG FT Clemens 2 0-1 Cross 2 2-2 Ford 13-3 Hvwood 11 10-10 Addeimn 3 Barnett 5 Eills 10 Gregor 3 Hallmon 1 Knight 5 Manning 4 McKenzie 2 2- 2 2- 2 9-10 0- 0 0- 0 1- 3 1- 1 Heard Meschery Smith Snvder Thorn Wilkens Wlntleld 0- 0 Petrie 14 18-21 Schlueter 4 0-1 Totals 47 34-43 Totals 5133-40 SEATTLE 29 37 31 31 128 PORTLAND 35 33 33 34 135 FOULED OUT Portland. Knight. TOTAL FOULS Seattle 28, Portland 29. Attendance 11,140. Jacksonville Golf Don January 70-67 137 aSteve Melnyk 66-71137 Hal Underwood 0U-70 139 L.oug ford 71-69 14 0 l.ee Trevino 6(i-71 140 Have Eichclberger 611-71 140 Gary Player 70-70140 John Miller 73-68141 142 Hale Irwin, Wilt Homenuik, Bob Erickson. Frank Beard. 143 Hugh Royer, John Schlee, Paul Harney, Vie Louslalot. 144 Han Sikes, Dill Robinson, John Lister, Tom Aaron,,- Ray Floyd, Jerry McGee. Jim Wleehers. 14") Tom Ulozas, Dale Douglass, Roy Pace, John Jacobs, Tony Jacklln. Charles Coody. Gardner Dickinson, Ralph Johnston, Ken Fulton. 145 Dennis Rouse. Jackv Cuplt. Dave Stockton. Mike Hill, Bruce Crampton, Harold Henning. Labron Harris. Don Iverson. Phil Rodgers, Charles Slfford, Jack Nicklaus, Bob Charles, Earl Fennell, BOB STONE, George Johnson, Tom Weis-kopf. 147 Deane Beman, Jack Montgomery, Bobby Nichols, Johnny Pott, Kermlt Zarley, Chi Chi Rodriguez. Gibby Gilbert, Bunky Henry, Bill Garrett, John Lotz, Jim Jamleson, Gay Brewer. 148 Bob Barharosa, Jerrv Abbott, Rod Curl, Brian All in, Dave Hill, Bob Lunn. Orvllle Moody, Bobby Mitchell, Harry Toscano, Arnold Palmer, LARRY IK, 1.1 It, Lou Graham, John Schroeder, Herb Hooper, Richard Crawford, Bob Bourne. Non-quallflers Included Steve Reld (1511, Larry Wood (136). ton, Butler (4), Nelson (5), Cram (7) and Klrkpatrlrk. HR K. C, Klrkpatrick: Cincinnati, Behney, McRae, Duffy. AT MIAMI N. Y. (A) 040 000 0(10 1 8 1 BALTIMORE ()()() 211 20x 6 X 4 Kekirh. Klimkowakl (4. Waslewskl (8) and Munson; Palmer, Jacksun (7) and Hendricks. W Jackson. L Kllmkowski. AT PHOENIX OAKLAND OIHI 2:ill I III) 6 fl 4 S. F. 000 223 OOX 7 12 0 Hunter, Roland (7i, Boyd (8) and Tenace, Cook (8); Pebcrger, M-Mahon 17), Moyer (9) and Dietz, Gibson (7, W Reberger. L Hunter. HR S. F., McCovey; Oakland, Jackson. AT TEMPE, ARIZ. SAN DIEGO Oii 200 000 6 11 3 MILWAUKEE 000 200 0013 9 3 Klrby. Arlin (6) and Cannlzzaro; Lockwood, Allsworth (6), Bear-narth (9 and Roof. Porter (9). W Kirhv. L Lockwood. HR S. D., Brown (2). AT TI'CSON, AIMZ. CAI.IFOICA 001 000 130 8 13 1 LKVEL'ND 200 Oii 2ix 10 12 0 Wright. LaRuche (8) and Torborg: McDowell, Farmer (41, Sawver 1 6) and Buarez. W McDowell. L Wright. AT SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. TOKYO OK'NS 000 003 10(1 1 10 0 ( III. (N) 000 0!() 0(10 i O Marda, Sakato (5), Sato (6i and Sakakl, (jsuka (5): Plzarro, Holtzman (5) and Breeden. W Sato. L Holtzman. HR Chicago, AT LAKELAND, l'LA. l'HIl aii;l. OIO 111) OO'i 5 10 0 DETROIT 003 210 OOx 6 9 1 Lersch, Compton (7) and Ryan, Coleman, Timmerman (8i. Sherman (9) and Kreehan, Hosley (5). W Coleman. L Lerseh. HR Detroit, O. Brown, Freehan, Jonea; Philadelphia, Lis, Johnson. AT BKADKNTON, KI.A. N. V. (N) OIIO OOI) (111 2 7 I'l l ISItl K(iH 002 002 Olx 3 6 O Koosman, Mutlack. (Hi and (Jrute, Bobb (6); Briles. Johnson (6i and Campania. W Briles. L Knos-nmn. HR Pittsburgh, pagan, Robertson. Campanis, Clemente; New York, Jorsenson, C. Jones. AT WKST PALM RKAl'H, FLA. HO InninKS) HOl'STOV OIIO 100 100 I 3 6 O ATLANTA (OI OOI OOO O 2 9 3 Dlerker, Lemaster (7i, Harris (0) ami Edwards; Nash, Kelley (6) and Dldler. W Harris, L Kelley. AT VERO BKA H, FLA. MONTREAL OIO 002 110 8 8 1 L. A. OIO 0K4 OBx 13 IB 0 Morion, Marshall (6), McGinn (9) and Bateman; Strahler, Alexander iBi and Haller. Sims (7). W Htrahler. L Morton. HR L. A., Paclorek ; Buckner, Sims. AT I'O.MFANO BEACH. KLA. MINNESOTA 0(10 OIIO O'fO 2 3 I WASHINOT'.V I'M 010 llx 7 II 2 Blyleven, Boswell (61 and Ratllff; Cox. McKae (7) and French. Stel-maszek (7). W Cox. L Blyleven. HR Washington. French, Stroud. AT FT. M VERS. FLA. CINCIN. OI4 SOB OOt 13 18 t K. c. mo ij:i :vix 1.1 !() o Borhon, Norei'ia (fil, York (S) and Rummer, Mivtlnez (Si: Dal Can-

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