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25 Eos Angeles Omro 3 fort Ill-Sun., Nov. 25, 1973 Parent Stops Blues for 6th Shutout, 1-0 . ST. LOUIS (L'PIj Bcr-jiie Parent recorded his sixth shutout of the season and Ross L n n s b c r r y scored to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 1-0 win over St. Louis Saturday ni'ht. Parent, starting his 10th game of the season, stopped 31 St. Louis shots and lowered his goals-.against average to l.."7. Chicago's Tonv Ksposito leads the NHL" with a l.."." mark. SCORE IT PERIODS Philadelphia o t ol St. Louis 0 0 00 . SCORING: I. Phi., l.on:Sc-ry (31 COombotfer. MacLelsM. Shots on Goal: Phil, on Davidson 28; St. Louis on Parent 31. Art. I9J7. Wings Win, 6-4 DETROIT ( U Pi I Billy Collins scored two goals Saturday night to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a C-4 Jjvictory over the New York 'slanders. " Nick Libett also scored ; for Detroit with the Red 1 Wings short -handeil to ; give him si:; goals in his J last four games and l:j fur J the reason. ' SCORE ST PERIOCS 'Nrv York 0 2 !-t .Detroit 2 a & a 2 SCORING: t. Oct.. Ca'Mnt (SI (Dlonne): 2. Det.. CMrron (121. power 'Dlav. (Bsrentori); 3. Del.. Collins (?. DO. (Dlonne. Llbe til: 4. NY. Nvstrom :,() (unaulitedl; 5. NY. St. Laurent O) (Nvstrom); 6. Oct., Berrnson (5) '.(Roberta. Stackhousel; 7. Del.. Libert (13). short handM, (Collins, Johnston! : A Det., Redmond 131, do, (Berenson. :4allevl; a. NY, hudson m (Stewart. Cameron); 10. NY, Cameron (3) (unas-wted). Shots on Goal: New York on JErant ; Detroit on Deslardlns 36. Art. Stars Top Seals ; B LOOM I NG TO N. Defenseman Dennis 'O'Brien played a part in itwo fiuii'k third period 'goals that provided a i-u.-h-, ion for Minnesota's 6-:'. victory over California Satur-' day night. SCORE BY PERIODS California 1 1 13 Ainnesota 3 0 C a SCORING: 1. Cat.. Boldi.-ev (6). oower plav. (AlcKechnie. J. Johnslcn): 7. Min.. Harvey (3) (Grant. Orouinl: 3. Min.. "Featherstone (3) (Norrih): 4. Min.. Pa-rise (41 (Beroman. Hextatll; 5. Cm.. Patrick (31 (Glloertson); 6. Min., O'Brien (!) (Grant. Harvey); 7. Min.. Norrlsh 12) (O'Brien); . Min.. Hexlall (U, aborMianded. (Bergman); 9. Cal.. J. Johnston (a) (AftcKecrtnir-l. Shots on Coal: Cat. on Manlaao 30; Minn, on Me-otha 31. Alt 15JI2. anadiens Tough PITTSBURGH i.?f Guy Lafleur and Yvon Lambert scored goals 11 seconds apart in the final period to insure the Montreal tanadiens' victory fover Pittsburgh Saturday night. SCORE BY PERIODS Montreal , 1 2 75 Pittsburgh 1 0 12 SCORING: 1. Won.. Saverd (?) (Shutt. Gardner): 2. Pit., Pronovoft (10) iBur-rows. Wiley); 3. Mon.. P. Mahovlicn (7) (Wilson. Lambert); 4. won.. Cournover (141 (F. Mahovllch. Richard); 5. Mon.. Lafleur (7) (Leftey. Robinson); 0. Mon.. Lambert (3) (P. Mahovllch. Wilson); 7. Pit.. Anos (61 CwucOonaldi. Shots on Goal: Montreal on Brown 32: Plrtsburoh en Thomas 26. Alt. 12.31 Hull Leads Hawks TORONTO (L'PD Dennis Hull collected his sixth and seventh goals of the season within a span of ss seconds in the second period to lead the Chicago Black Hawks to a victory over Toronto. SCORE BY PERIODS Orcaoo 1 7 03 Toronto 1 0 0 I SCORING: 1. Tor.. Pelvk (51 (Shack. Duoere); 2. Chi.. Russell (51 (Martin. Pacoin). 3. Chl Hull (61 oower olev (Paooln. White) 4:. Chi.. Hull (7) tTf.tr-tin). Shots on Goal: Chicago on Wilson 21; Toronto on Esaosito 36. Art. 16.i3S. ABA Highlights At CMrfoffv: Oenvrr 127, Carotin IO (overtime). Al Smith and Warren JttMli eCT) OfJ Six CrOirrtl in C'Cr- lime to rutnd Couor Third straight loss nd second overtime tors in two ricur?. Carolina led ov ooints in fourth vertod. but Denver rallied to tie at US xi Mike Green's lavup with th'te w nds left. Hion scorers: Smith 32; Biiiv funntnoham (O 21. All. 5.729. At Norfolk: Virginia 108, Indiana 107. Jim Eakins Dulled down career hkih 73 rebound to lead Souircs to second straleht win. Pacers' too scorer. George McGtnriiSp was elected from oarre in third oeriod for protesting foul call nd Virginia coach Al Bianchi was thrown out In fourth Quarter for orotestlna goal tending call. High scorer: Bob Netoiickv ti) 21: George Carter V) IS. Ah. ;,-095. At Salt Lake Citv: New York 119, Utfci HJ. Win was fourth straight for Nets and lots was Stars' fifth in a row and droooed them 2Vs games behind Denver In West. High scorers: Julius Ervino (NY) 3S; Willie Wise (U) 27. Att.-7.5a9. At San Antonio: Son Antonio 121. Memphis HI (2 overtimes). Rcokte Swen NaW of UCLA and Chock Terry of Uono Beach St. led Sours to double overtime win. Nr.ter scored four points In second overtime and Terry six points In final 10 minutes ef' tourth quarter to lead Sours back from 10 point drticit. Hich scorers: Ceerge Thomojon () ;(): Water 23: fitch Jones (SA) 23; Wllbert Jam iM 23. Aft. 4,987. At anciimatf; Kentucky 12i. San Ditto! 21. Louie Damoler. playing in tils ,499th game, hit basket and free throw tth 10 seconds left to give Colonels Uffi win In 19 starts. High scorers: Compter 31; Artis Gilmore IK) 30; Oan Issei (K) 30; Stew Johnson (SO) V; Dwient Lamar (SD) 25. Att. 321. FOR LEASE NEW 12,500 SQ. FT. DELUXE OFFICE BUILDING . CHOICt ir. IUV UUTIM MTH Hoarwooo TM.UC IMt WUI A0JOIU TMI VCItTUM rKtWT WITH TIWIIIC UCtU M VISIIIUTT ATTENTION OWNERS OR EXECUTIVES! MstMicoruniutiiui wnwrsciwtiiHuiBiiciNtwuiiijr.- jsuscifOFEu inns' csuntt nis mom in Tisnnui mono smenn.' gu m outrun immm mam am tutmiit or aro yri ..uc .i intones u rusw nunt comwrutt m us smnc wMtii. ..- ..! aa-i mo ovums v ions uctnt it fimi me mi W : ri r; m l. p-routuumoin lanrMcuuiarirfoa.coutiuanijiini' VMxssijiiimnasEcuL AL L-C0AST nVSrMENT CORP. Bt:)) J4S-2071 SOUTHLAND ROUNDUP 49ers' Dismal Season Ended by 31-7 Loss Cal fnly San luis Obispo finished its season Saturday with an eased-up 31-7 win over Long Beach Stale, but lost a chance to So to the NCAA college division playoffs when Boise State defeated VC Davis. Cal Poly, which lost to Boise State, -12-10. last week, ran its record to M. The -Wei's ended 1-0-1. Long Beach State took an early, 7-0 lead in the nonconferenee game before :.086 fans at San Luis Obispo when Jesse Davis' ran 6 yards for a touchdown to cap a iiS-yard drive. Cal Poly came back immediately, marching 74 yards. Can- Davis scored from the 1. Two minutes later. Chris Smeland returned a 4!er punt 82 yards for a score, the third time this season he's brought one back for a touchdown. That play finished the 4Ders. as Cal Poly dominated the second half with a field na and two fourth - quarter touchdowns. Cal Slate Kullerton. down IS-o at the half, rallied for a 22-1S nonconferenee victory over Hay-ward State at Haywanl on liewayne Sims' 2 -yard scorin.s run wiih ."r. seconds remaining. Sims' run culminated a .Vj-yard drive. Tom Madi-gan passed for touchdowns of 10 yards to Jim Mac Donald and "14 to Grady Richardson to close the gap to lS-l-'i. Hayward State scored on a 20-yard pass from Mike Jacinto to Dewayne Johnson, a 1-yard plunge by Gary Forsyihe and a 40-yard pass interception return by Greg Blankenship. I'ltimately. the game h i n g e d on conversions. Hayward State failed on a kick, run and pass, while Kidlerton convened m two kicks and a 2-point run. (' a 1 Pol y P i) m o n a grabbed a 2-7 bali'time lead, then hung on to beat I .S. International I'niver-sity. :Vi-2!t. in a nonconferenee game in San Diego. Quarterback Jim Zorn. who earlier threw touchdown passes of 2'J and 71 y a r d s to Ron T a t u m. PRO HOCKEY NHL Eastern Ctviston 7 L T P" C C-A Boston 15 a 1 31 99 5 Won..ja! il 6 7 cj .-2 Tc-cn.c 7 5 r . 5i N.Y. Rangers .... 9 7 5 73 79 65 Buffalo V 9 1 19 63 67 D?:rott 8 11 1 17 c8 V2 Vancouver ... ... 5 10 3 13 46 62 N.Y. U1anor5 .. 3 7 13 45 63 western Division W L T Pts. CF GA PhtiAde:ha 13 6 1 27 SB 33 Cniwgo 9 4 6 2 57 31 Atlanta 9 6 22 51 50 St. LOuiS 9 7 6 3t S2 42 Pittrtwrpft 7 10 3 17 S3 13 rXnotvA 4 10 6 14 '? 70 Los Angeles . ...(.5 11 3 13 54 69 California U 1 U 41 71 Saturday's Results Los Angeles 5. New York Rangers 5 l.cr.r;y. s, Pittsburgh 2 Cft.caao 3, Tororsto 1 Dctroir 6. New York Islander t P'-iide'efia J. St. Louis 0 Minnesota 6. California 3 Only games scheduled Tonight's ScheduM Los Angelrs at Boston, KF1. 4:30 o.m. rv".ijrtrc.il at Chdao vncouver t New York Rangers Caiitomia at Detroit Allan at BwHalo Ontv games schedo'ed WHA Eastern Division '.V 1. T Pt- C-c G England 17 o 1 25 84 75 Cu-6ec . 12 10 1 25 93 H C ;ago 11 7 i ;3 71 u CllaJ 10 8 2 22 70 72 Toronto 7 12 3 t7 n t Jersey .4 17 2 14 47 K Western utvision W L 7 Pt- CF GA Etfrr&nton .. .... U 5 0 23 77 54 Atiftneso'a 10 t 1 ?l 75 65 Hr-j; Ci 10 1 Vi 51 Winn iocs 9 10 2 20-74 72 Vancouver 8 13 0 16 72 90 Los Ancrles 7 16 0 14 60 S6 Saturdays Rtsoits Houston 5, Chicago 3 Cleveland 2. Toronto 1 Only games scheduled Tonight's Schedule Wtnnioee at Minnesota Edmonton at Houston Vancouver at Toronto Oweoec at Jersey Only eames scheduled IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on 74 Vans We Want your Business!'. SUPER SERVICE ftFTES DELIVERY CALL 829-4378 -CLASSIC LEASING. scored the decider on a 40-yard run in the fourth (uarter. Zorn completed 17 of 28 passes for 332 yards. Greg Cruz scored on touchdown runs of 2S and 1 yard for Cal Poly Pomona, which finished the season with a 4-6-1 mark. I'SIL' lost for the ninth time in 10 games. Freshman quarterback liod Kraft passed for five touchdowns in leading Fresno State to a ."4-'27 nonconferenee win over Cal State Xorthridge in Fresno. Kraft's favorite target was tight end Tom Both, who caught four for 77 yards, including three touchdowns. Cal Pair Pamana 15. USIU 2 Cil Poly Pomona .... 14 u 0 735 USIU 0 7 6 16-29 CP Tatum 23 oass from Zorn (Torrez kick) CP Crui run (Torrez klckl USIU Cann 1 run (Albert kick) CP Tatum 71 pass from Zorn (Torres klckl CP Crui 1 run (Torrez kick) USIU Burnham 70 pau Interceollon (kick tailed) USIU Macnaoo 1 run (Machaoo run) klckl USIU Cann 4 run (Bowwr pass from MACfiado) CP Zorn 40 run (Torrer klckl Attendance IJOO Cal PMv SLO H. Long Beach St. 7 Long BeLCti St 7 0 0 0-7 Cal Polv SLO 14 0 3 14-31 LB J. Davis 6 run (Ceoroe klckl CP G. Davis 1 run (Leant klc!. CP Smeland 82 ount return (loan, kick) CP PG Loane 27 CP Huooard 5 rvn (Loane kick) CP Carvalho 3 Pass trom Coutson (Loane klckl Attendance 3.086 CS Full. 22. Hayward stare 18 CS Fullerton 0 0 7 Is 22 Hayward St. 6 12 0 018 HS Johnson 20 oass from Jacinto (kick tailed) HS Porsythe 1 run (run failed) HS Blanksnshlo 40 pass intercestlon (oass tailed) CSF AAacdonald 10 oass from AAadl gan (Penoolio kick) CSF Blcnardsen Si oass from, Madl-gan (Madioan kick) CSF Sims 2 run (Fensgllo kick) Attendance 1.500 U. San Diana JO, Cat St. LA 27 Cal St. Los Angeles 7 7 0 1327 U. S.n Diego . .. 7 13 0 1020 liSO Pnulsom 3 run (Rornroek kickl CSLA DeT'ck 9 Bass from HolOuOek (CsrVe kick) USD Croom 10 run (Rottirock kick) I'SD Croom 6 run (kick filled) CSLA Watson 85 cunt return (Gen-za'ss klckl USD-FG Porock 43 CSLA D-rr;ck 4 oass t.-cm Holoubck (C-"n"ales kickl USD Yargrouon 24 oass from Du-Hc tRofroek klckl CSLA D-rrick 2 oass from HolOuOek (kick failed) Attendance 2J00. Fish Report The Tm:os accepts and publishes ill? caicb count as .i public service. Any responsibility for accuracy is that of the lamiimr operator. MJLL.IBU PIER 51 ngieri: 602 rock cod. 12 cow cod. REOONOO 201 angten: 7 cow cotf, 2J3S rock COCJ. SANTA MONICA 66 wQtn 32 Mnd bois. 2 hAllbut. 360 rock cod. 2 cow cod. tMPERIAL REACH 23 -ingltn: 217 rock cod. lino cod. OXNARD 276 arotei: 1.711 rock etc. a coj cod. ll lino cod. VENTURA 57 Ano'ers: 57 rock cod. 4 cow cod. S ling cod. PARAOtSE COVE 93 flCJtfrj; 1,209 rc- i. CM. DANA WHARF 104 anglers: 2 M. 4 haiiftu. 605 ock cod. 29 cow cod. NEWPORT (Oaviyi Lsckvrt 32 n-gler: 3V5 rock cod. (Art Ladtn 1S6 rv;.?n: Z92 rock cod. 2 cow CCd. 7 ke O LONG BEACH (Belmont Pier) 56 an-qierv 2 cow cod. 692 rock cod. Baroa 51 Anglers: 25 bonlto, 12 nalibuT. 30 mac-kerH. 150 rock cod. 2 barracuda. (Pier-DOint tmflm) 106 angler: 10 cow cod. 1.278 rock cod. MORRO BAY (VWi lndbtfl)--S6 anolm: U lino cod. 5B6 rock cod. AVI LA BAY (Port Saa Lai 33 n-glcrs: 250 rock cod. 3 lino cod. PORT HUENEME 97 anolers: 1.121 reck cod. 64 cow cod. it line cod. MARINA DEL REY 33 angiers: t30 rock cod. SAN PEDRO ffintf St. laWdtoo) t anglers: i rock cod. 2 cow cod. (Soon-flsltint)) 39 anglers: 77S rock cod. 4$ ccw cod. SEAL BEACH U anerers: M5 rock cod. 6 cow cod, Banw s9 anglers: 194 twnito. 3 sand bass. 3 halibut. JC Football NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP At Yoraa. Artz. Mesa (Aril.) 10. !ow Central t WOOL tOWL Navarro (Tex.) 17. Fort Scott (Kan.) Boxing Results SEOUL Mono SiHHwan. 117. South Korea, dec (10), Eddie Sauma. 11a. PhitliDotne. (Orient bantatmaeloht tit- : le). ROANOKE Ouane Botxck. 212. St. . Raul. KO (2). John Hudslns 196. Roanoke. From your own front door, ski to the skiing, then ski back home again! SPECIAL PREVIEW INTRODUCTION Of MAMMOTH'S VERY. VERY HIGHEST CONDOMINIUM HOMES... VACATION VIUAS AT THE TO OF THE WORLD! Incredible views to tmrizons of earth-curve distance, planet-wide breadth. Swimming, tennis, a 14-acre parkland. Nocar is needed from here; ski to lifts 7 or 8 from your front door., .ski home again via Blue Jay! 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SCORE (Y QUARTERS Norm Texas St. ... 7 0 ? 9 San Oleoo SI 14 u 14 1456 SOS Gearv t run (Rlcardo kick) SOS Geary II oass trom Freitas (Ri-cartio kick) SOS Oarden 23 run (RlcarrJo kick) NTS Ford I run (Harrington kick) SOS Moses 8 cau from Freitas (RI. carda kick) SOS Noolv 17 pass trom Freitas (RI-carflo kick) SOS Moses 30 pass from Freitas (Rlcardo kick) SDS Noole 21 oass from Klatt (Rl-carflo kick) NTS Safety (ounf blocker; oof of end zone bv Smith SDS Klatt 1 run (Rlcardo kick) Attendance 17J83 Crespi Rallies to Beat Buena Crespi High. The Times' Xo. 3 ranked CiF 4-A team, trailed. 13-0. at the half but rallied to defeat Buena, 18 -13. Saturday night in a first-r o u n d playoff game at Birmingham Hiqh. Bill Schniedcrs. an All-CIF 3-A back last year, gained 100 yards on l'.i c;ir-nes and scored two touchdowns while quarterback Bob Kettles hit on 6 of 10 passes for !''! yards to piu-o the Celts' attack. Walt Steele scored the winning touchdown for Crespi on a 22-yard run up the middle with 4:0S loft in the game. It culminated a '.i-play drive that started on the Celt 16 with S:ci:l remaining in the fourth quarter. Buena 7 4 0 C 13 Cresol 0 0 17-18 Burna: TD Cierrle 1 run!. FG V.ooo 2 138 and 291. PAT-VVooo Ikicul. Cresoi: TO Schnleders 2 (1 and 1 runs); Steele (22 run). California Wins Water Polo Title Walt B r i c k e r scored three goals, two in the fourth quarter. a California downed UC Irvine. S-!t and won the WAA water polo championship Saturday night at Belmont Plaza pool in Ixmg Beach. L'C Irvine's Jim Kruse. the nation's leading scorer, had two goals. L"SC took third place by defeating CCLA, 7-". California 8. UC Irvine 4 (cftamoton-sn;r USC 7. UCLA 5 third oljcel San Jose St. . UC Santa Samara 5 (consolation) Lono Beach St. 7. New Mexico 5 (seventh elace) 73M. BEHZ450SL ONLY 36 MONTHS 31 1 Item 8IC Qn t4 Lou (Uanm Carson Tops Franklin; Granada Hills Winner Carson opened defense of its City football crown Saturday "at the Rose Bowl by posting a 23-10 victory over previously undefeated Northern League champion Franklin. The win moves the Marine League runner-up Colts (rV2-l into next week's q u a rt e r- finals against another unbeaten team. West Valley cham-p i o n El Camino Real, which improved its record to 8-0-1 with a 23-12 victory over Southern League runner - up Fremont at Valley College. In Saturday's other opening -round playoff g a in e. Granada Hills, which finished second behind San Fernando in the Mid Valley League, earned a Iterth in the quarter-finals opposite top-ranked Marine league tit-list Gardena by defeating Southern league champion Los Angeles, 2S-6 at Westchester High. Carson, seeking its third straight City title, had to rally from a 10-0 deficit to beat Franklin, making its fifth consecutive playoff appearance. The Panthers scored on the second play of the game when quarterback V i n c e Ballardo. getting the ball back on a double reverse, threw 60 yards to end Bob Graham. Carson, playing without star linebacker -guard .Marvin Morris, scored its first touchdown with 1:30 remaining in the first half on Keith Fulbright's 51-yard pass to flanker Michael Simmons. The Colts, who limited Franklin to minus 2 yards rushing, .-cored their final 17 points in rapid succession in the second half. After Fulbright (las.-ed 40 yards to fullback Rickey Jones to give Carson a 13-10 lead, the Colts recovered a fumble which led to Kick Cunningham's 23-yard field goal. On the first nUiv following the kickoff. So'o Maulupe returned an interception to the Panther R. setting up a 3-anl run by Jones. Kl Camino Real survived five turnovers and 70 y tids in penalties by capi-t.i'izing on Fremont mistakes. 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Fridav: 3 a.m. tn 8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday: I J noon to . p.m. FA S0 ;r,j IA-FWO00 50 St yards) and Marty Bell (73 yards) and received fine d e f ensive performances from tackles Joe Mazurek and Ron Klamecki. who put constant pressure on Pat hfinder quarterback Steven Dove. Granada Hills (."-4) was led by the City's top passing combination, quarterback Mike Flavin and end Scott Mottram as well as fullback Kurt Schumacher's running in beating Los Angeles. Flavin completed 14 of 28 for 20.") yards and two touchdowns. Mottram caught 5 for 66 yards and one TD and Schumacher gained 106 yards and scored once. Carsaa 23. Franklin 10 Carson 0 a 10 7-23 Franklin 7 3 0 010 Carson: TD Simmons (51 oass trom Fulbrlont); Jones 2 (40 mss from Ful-br'.aht and 3 run). FG Cunnlnortam (23). PAT Cunningham 2 (kicks). Franklin: TD Graham (60 oass from Ballardo). FC Alanlz (22). PAT Alanil (klckl. ' Granada Hills 28. Las Angelas a Granada Hills 779 1428 Los Angeles 0 0 6 06 Granada Hills: TO Flav'n (1 run); Schumacher (3 pass from Flavin); Mottram (9 oass from Flavin); Finch (1 run). PAT-Frledmann 4 (kicks). Los Angelas: TO Scott (66 oass from Farwelll. El Camino Real 23. Fremont II Fremont 0 6 0 612 El Camino Real 0 14 7 223 Fremont: TD Covington (24 run); Dov (2 run). El Camino Real: TD Brouhard (3 run). M. Cavarretfa (17 oass ram Ouva); Boll (3 run, Saletv Wl. Ca"ar. retta tackled Greshnm In end rone. PAT Johnson 3 (kicks). WHA Highlights At aavtlafld: Cleveland 2. Toronto 1. TMrd oeriod goals bv Paul Andrea and Gerrv Plnatr gave CrusaJers come-trom-behlnd win and snaooed Cleveland's four game losing streak. Toronto left winger Jack Gibson was carried from Ice unconscious in third period af. ter ramming Into boards head first. No immediate word on his condition. Att. 6.278. At Hoostan: Houston 5. Chicago 3. 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