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MATSON AND RYUN IN SPOTLIGHT TODAY Mulkey at 40, piles up 5,683 pts. at KU for world record By ROBERT MOORE Associated Press Sports Writer LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Phil Mulkey owned a world track record today at the age of 40 and still wasn't satisfied. "I'M be back next year," said Mulkey, fresh from setting his masters decathlon record Thursday in the 47th Kansas Relays, "because I can do better than that." What Mulkey did was pile up 5,683 points competing against some classy collegians- that broke the old record of 5,503 set last March by Brayton Norton, il, of Santa Clara, Calif., in Honolulu. "I can score 500 points more,'' predicted Mulkey. 'Just 48 hours of sunshine itself would help." Mulkey admitted he was a tired man. "I went shuffling into a restaurant," he said, "and I heard someone say, 'I think he has artificial legs.'" Mulkey, an insurance executive at Birmingham, Ala., said tie told his kids before he left home that he could score 6,300 points. Sparky Stalcup dies, 62 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Wilbur (Sparky) Stalcup, 62, athletic director at the University of Missouri and coach of basketball at MU from 1946-61, died early today in Boone County Hospital. Sbailcup had been hospitalized since April 9 when he suffered an apparent heart attack .He was moved from intensive care only this week and, authorities said, suffered another apparent attack Thursday afternoon. A three-sport star at Northwest Missouri State College, Stalcup was named to a number of ai-star basketball teams while playing under Coach Henry Iba at MaryviHe. After graduation he began his coaching career at Jackson, MO., high school. The following year he took over the basketball! reins at Maryville succeeding Iba who moved to Colorado :At MaryviMe he compiled a record of 162 victories against 55 losses. During his 16 years at tihe helm of the Missouri Tigers, .Stalcup teams won 195 games while losing 179. Stailcup retired in 1962 to become top administrative assistant to former athletic director Don Faurot and later to Dan DfevJne. .He was named to succeed .DeyiBC.iin February of 1971 'when Devine left to become^ coach. of the .professional fotrtbaM-Green -Bay Packers. A former president of the National Association, of Basketball Coaches, Stalcup also was a member of the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame. "They turned their backs on he grinned, "and walked me, out." Mulkey wasn't first in the de- cathilon, an event he won here on eight occasions starting in 1956 when he was a student at Wyoming. He finished 13th, good only for last,, but he was proud. Gary Hill, a senior at Oklahoma Christian College, won the championship with 7,530 points in a futile bid to qualify for the Olympic Trials. He was 70 points short. "I thought the weather kept me from hitting 7,600," Hill said, noting that heavy downpours of rain had fallen much NAME ENGRAVED FREE On Scissors, Shears C>r Cuttery When Sharpened At BELL'S 514 Ella. Beatrice Southern golfers win triangular WYMORE — The Raiders of Southern High continued to notch golf victories Wednesday by adding Tri County and Pawnee City to their list of victims. Ron Eltiste's Raiders came U» with a 351, two strokes under Tri County. Pawnee City finished third with 380. Les Dell won a sudden death as the Raider won medalist honors. Dell, Mike Doyle (Southern), and Doug Kracke (Tri-County), came in with 82's. For the Raiders Dell shot 4042- (82). Behind Dell were teammates Doyle, 44-38 (82), Rick Jurgens, 44-49 (93), and MarvEllisl45-49 (94).; r Tri County Trojan Kracke had 43-39 (82), Other Trojans were: Rob Freeborn 44-40 (84), Mark Stokebrand 48-43 (91), and Brian Damkroger 50-46 (96). Here's how Pawn3e City shot: Phil Johnson 44-48 (92), Scott Stewart 46-48 (94), Rick Hofmann 50-46 (96), and Mark Ritchie 49-49 (98). The meet was the -Southern Nebraska Conference. Next year Coach Eltiste hopes to invite numerous other schools to make it a larger affair. of the time since the relays opened Wednesday. Colorado's Mike Wedman finished second with 7,470 points; defending champion Bruce Jenner of Graceland, Iowa, thkd with 7,395 and Don Allbritton of Northeast Missouri State fourth with 6,989. HIM, who grabbed titles in two events Wednesday, added another Thursday when he ran the 110-meter hurdles in 14.7 seconds. Wedman took four crowns in the 10-event competition. After .winning twice Wednesday, Wedman came back with two more Thursday, tossing the discus 139 feet and scaling 16 feet in the pole vault. Thursday's other decathlon action winners were Jenner and Danny Orange of Wyoming. Jenner took first in the javelin with a heave of 206 feet, and Orange ran the 1,500 meters in four minutes, 17.9 seconds. Mulkey was not competing for the university-college title. Only athletes 40 and over qualify for the masters decathlon competition. Randy Heierding of Oklahoma came within 10 seconds of tying the Kansas Relays record in the Julius Marks six- mile run with a time of 28:52.6. It was the first time Hierding had run the six-mile this year. Hierding finished five seconds ahead of Keith Paarr of Wichita State, who was timed in 28:57.6. Sid Sink, the record holder and defending champion representing the ' Bowling Green, Ohio, Track Club, with- direw before the race. Colege athletes expected to have a big day today as the re- lays' tempo picked up before such world record holders as Jim Ryun, Kjell Iseksson and Randy Matson hog the spotlight Saturday. Eight major events were slated this afternoon, among them the university-coltege discus, shot put and triple jump and the four-mile relays. Ryun, world record holder in three events and in the midst of a comeback attempt, geared toward the late summer Olympic Games, seeks his tLWh Glenn Cunningham Mile crown Satur- Isaksson, the hottest track athlete at the moment, has broken the world pole vault record the last two Saturdays in the Texas Relays and the UCLA Meet of Champions. The world record in the shot put belongs to Matson. •••trie* Daily Sun, Beatrice, N«br., Frl., Ev»., Apr. 21, 1972 3 HAWKS LAGGING 3-0 Rangers take a commanding lead HOT DODGERS POST 11-1 WIN f bails out Pirates 7-5 By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Walter Tkaczuk's nose travels an interesting route on his face, going from here to there and back to here again. It is the nose of a hockey player and right now, one of the New York Rangers' very best hockey players. It was Tkaczuk who set up Bruce MacGregor's shorthanded goal Thursday night in New York's 3-2 victory over Chicago—a triumph that gave the Rangers a commanding 3-0 edge in their best-of-seven Na- T of C golf lead shared Celtics hoping to go 2 an' 2 NEW YORK (AP) — New York stock out on Boston's fast ball, and want to stay if the Knicks game in Saws-Knives Scissors-Mowers Skates-All Tools 228-1772 Expert Sharpening Art's Sharpening Service 919 South 8th Beatrice OPEN SATURDAY Beatrice Iron & Metal Co. PARfS DEPARTMENT oo CASH REFUND from General Electric with the purchase of a Deluxe central air conditioner. they're going to have . to go slow. Player-philosopher Bill Bradley was analyzing the sticky status, of the National Basketball Association semifinal series which thg Celtics could tie tonight if the Knicks fall into their trap again. The Knicks, who took command of the best-of-seven series 2-0 by setting their own pace, lost game No. 3 because they ran to the Celtics' rhythm. "They were able to up the tempo of the game," said Bradley. "We were able to keep up with them in the third quarter, but then they started hitting and we started missing." "That's what happens in a fast game." The defending champion Milwaukee Bucks will attempt to stay in the semifinals Saturday with a home court victory over Los Angeles, which leads that yest-vt-7 series 3-2. In the American Basketball Association West Finals, the Utah Stars take a 2-1 lead to Woomington, Ind., against the >acers Saturday night. The 'acers were bounced from their home in the State Fairgrounds Coliseum at Indianapolis by a circus. In the ABA East, the Virginia Squires, with a 2-0 edge over the New York Nets, twiddle heir thumbs awaiting a Monday meeting in Uniohdale N.Y., after a nine-delay be cause of an ice show at the By BOB GREEN Associated Press Golf Writer RANCHO LA COSTA, Calif. (AP) — Hubert Green walked up to the ninth green at the long, tough La Costa Country Club golf course clapping his ands about a short iron shot hat left him a four-foot putt for birdie. "Well, I was pretty proud of lie shot and I thought it deserved to be applauded," he aid with an Alabama drawl. Green combined enough of those good shots with his trange putting style Thursday to share the first-round lead ivith Gardner Dickinson in the 165,000 Tournament of Cham>ions. Dickinson, 44, and Green, 25, ired four-under-par 68 S for a two-stroke advantage over de- ending champion Jack Nickaus, Bruce Crampton and Jerry Heard. Nicklaus hit all 18 greens but needed 35 putts to stay among the leaders in this elite field of 26 players who have scored regular tour victories in the .ast 12 months. Arnold Palmer and Lee Tre- Special refund offer to homeowners with existing \ " warm air heating systems who buy eariy. GE Deluxe unit features a Climatuff compressor and a manual selecting switch with two-speed fan motor for your 4, desired outdoor sound level. Get ready for summer jj now, and earn your big refund direct from General M Electrid! Capacity range of 30,000-60,000 BTUH. \ Don't Settle For Just Anything Buy G.E. Installed by General Electric Trained Technician* Installed by May 31, 1972 CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE Beatrice Plumbing, Heating, Air CanJiik >Jets' new lome. Nassau Coliseum FREE Automatic Cor Wash With Fill-Up Of Gas At Monroe 66 1306 North 6th vino had their troubles with the deep, clinging rough that makes this one of the most demanding courses on the pro tour. Trevino never really got it going. He finished with a string of four consecutive fives on his card for 75. Palmer, who shot a 74, had the makings of a decent round until he bogeyed the 17th from the rough, then took a double bogey six on the 18th when he almost lost his tee shot in the foot-high grass. Someone asked Green, a 'tour sophomore who hasn't played well since winning the Houston Champions International last year, if he were talking to himself on the course. "I'll talk to anybody, he quipped. "The only thing is, when I'm playing there's nobody out there to watch me and nobody to talk to." Green uses an unorthodox putting style, crouching far over, his feet well spread and his hands about four inches apart on the club. But he needed only 27 putts. FONNER PARK RACE RESULTS GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) — Former Park race results Thursday: First, 6 furilongs Busker Hero 9.80 3.80 3.20 Blew The Turn 3.60 2.40 Keep A Coin 3.20 Second, 6 furlongs April Jest 9.60 5.40 3.40 Outty Jul 8.80 5.20 On The Town 3.20 Daily Double (9-3) paid 51.40 Third, 4 furlongs Little Donkey Roanette Peaceful Dream 3.20 3.00 2.40 18.40 5.80 3.20 Fourth, 6 furlongs Brown Demon 36.40 14.20 8.00 Ooohs and Ahhs FAT Marcia Fifth, 5>/ 2 furlongs Solid 'Sarah Dinha Star Plains Lady Exacta (1-3) paid 60.30 Sixth 5 l / 2 furlongs Bo Dorrin 7.20 5.20 14.20 6.80 3.80 7.20 4.00 3.20 5.40 3.80 3.20 tional Hockey League Stanley Cup semifinals against the Black Hawks. Boston also grabbed another victory in its quest of the finals as it dumped St. Louis 10-2 for a 2-0 lead in their semifinal playoff series. Tkaczuk was all over the ice, kiliMmg penalties, forechecking furiously and was clearly the dominant force behind the Rangers' victory. "He smells the money," suggested Vic Hadifield, captain of the Rangers. "With this nose," replied Tkaczuk, "I ought to be able to smell something, eh." Tkaczuk was out killing a second period penalty to Glen Sather when he smetled out the puck. And that was the turning point for the Rangers. Chicago goalie Gary Smith had gone after the loose puck and suddenly, Tkaczuk wa« bearing down on him. "I was moving back and forth, trying to mix him up," said the Ranger center. He must have succeeded in confusing somebody. Smith threw the puck to his right, away from Tkaczuk and towards Pat Stapleton and Pit Mairtin. They weren't exactly ready for the rubber, but Tkac- zuk was. 'It slipped off a stick—I think Stapleton's," said Tkac- zuk, "and it came right to me." Smith had been slow getting jack to the net and when Tkac- zuk threw tihe rubber to MacGregor, the right wing had nothing but net to shoot at. He didn't miss. That gave the Rangers a 2-1 lead and left Chicago Coach BiHy Reay fuming. "The key was that they scored a shorthanded goal," said Reay, "and that's just terrible. They shouldn't do that to us." By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer The Pittsburgh Pirates needed a hand in the ninth inning and settled for Dave Giusiti's palm. "I went to the palm ball and it worked," Pittsburgh's top reliever said after bailing the Pirates out a late jam to preserve a 7-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs Thursday night. Giusitt reached back for his Sunday pitch after the Cubs had scored two runs with none out and had a man on second. He coaxed Art Shamsky to foul out, then got Rick Monday and Bill North on strikeouts. 'I figured they had never 3.80 Mr. Morn Hasty Kerry 4.20 3.80 3.60 Seventh, 614 furlnngs Barnacle B. 6.20 3.40 2.80 Great Pumpkin 4.40 3.20 Sweet Coup 3.80 Eighth, 6 furlongs Miss Roman Song 3.40 3.20 2.80 Queen Vfehti 6.20 4.20 Kota Call 4.40 Ninth, 6i/i furlongs Mr. J. W. 5.00 3.80 3.40 Taok Strip 7.80 7.00 Julies Prize 7.00 Exacta (2-4) paid 61.50 Pro Basketball Playoffs Associated Press NBA Conference Finals Thursday's Results No games scheduled Friday's Games Eastern Conference Boston at New York, New York leads best-of-7 series, 2-1. Only game scheduled Saturday's Games . Western Conference Los Angeles at Milwaukee, lx>s Angeles leads best-of-7 series, 3-2. Only game scheduled Sunday's Games & Eastern Conference New York at Boston, afternoon Only game scheduled ABA Division Finals Thursday's Results No games scheduled Friday's Games No games scheduled Saturday's Games West Division Utah vs. Indiana at Bloomington, Ind., Utah leads best- of-7 series, 2-1. Only game scheduled Sunday's Games No games scheduled Stump Removal 228-1666 or Deep Rock Station 228-9938 CABLE'S COMPLETION The first cable across the Atlantic Ocean was completed on Aug. 5, 1858. Eleven days later, Queen Victoria and President James Buchanan exchanged messages. seen the palm Gwi&ti, referring ball," said to National League newcomers Monday and North. "I used them on Monday to set him up and struck him out on a fastball. Then I used the palm ball all the way with North." The hot Los Angeles Dodgers walloped the Atlanta Braves 111 and the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 2-1 in the National League's other games Thursday. The Baltimore Orioles nipped the Detroit Tigers 1-0 in the American League's only game. Rain washed out the game between Milwaukee and New York. Pittsburgh took a comfortable 7-3 lead into the ninth inning on the combined pitching efforts of Dock Ellis and Luke Walker. But Walker issued free passes to the first two batters in the last inning and then gave up a two-run double to Don Kessinger. Giusti replaced Walker at this juncture and squirmed out of hot water. Six enshrined in basketball H of F SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The talk here Thursday, was about the days when the bald was lumpy and the hoop looked like a real basket. The occasion was the enshrinement of six of basketball's great oldtimers in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. It was a day for reunions and reminiscence and prompted National Basketball Association Commissioner Walter Kennedy to tell the oldtimers, "guys who Today's Baseball Associated Press American League East Division W L Pet. GB Baltimore 4 1 2 2 Cleveland Detroit New York Milwaukee Boston .800.500 IV .500 IV .500 IV .333 2 .250 2V Dennis Hull's second score of tihe night following MacGregor's short-handed goal had tied it again before Dale Rolfe gave the Rangers the lead for keeps, Boston got a three-goal performance from 36-year-old Johnny Buyck. It was his second hat trick in playoff' action. The Bruins also used two scores from Eddie Westfall and one apiece from Phil Esposito, Ace Bailey, John McKenzie, Mike Walton and Don Marcotte in giving the Blues their second serious defeat. Boston beat St. Louis 6-1 in the first game of the series. The Blues broke Boston goalie Gerry Cheevers' bid for a shutout in the third period with a score by Mike Murphy. Teammate Phil Roberto scored the other St. Louis goal. Their semifinals resume in St. Louis Sunday with the third game. Pro Hockey Playoffs Associated Press NHt Semifinals Thursday's Results Boston 10, St. Louis 2, Boston leads best-of-7 series, 2-0. New York 3, Chicago 2, New York leads best-of-7 series, 3-0. Friday's Games No games scheduled Saturday's Games No games scheduled Sunday's Games Boston at St. Louis, afternoon, national TV Chicago at New York West Division Oakland 4 1 .800 — California 2 2 .500 IV Kansas City 3 3 .500 IV Minnesota 2 2 .500 IV Chicago 2 3 .400 2 Texas 1 3 .250 2>, Saturday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland New York at Boston Detroit at Milwaukee California at Texas Kansas City at Chicago Oakland at Minnesota Sunday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland. New York at Boston. Detroit at Milwaukee California at Texas Kansas City at Chicago Oakland at Minnesota National League East Division W. L. Pet. G.B. couldn't even shine your shoes are trying to -run this game today." Enshrined into the hall of Montreal Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 1.000 — .600 .600 .400 .333 .200 West Division Los Angeles San Francisco 5 4 3 3 1 1 .833 .667 .600 .500 .250 fame, located on the Springfield college campus, were: the late Edgar A. Diddle, coach at Western Kentucky for 42 years, ranking fourth in ail-time college wins; Robert L. Douglas, 87 % the coach and owner of the Renaissance Negro basketball team; Paul Endacott, 70, a star at the University of Kansas; Max (Marty) Friedman, 82, a standout in the early professional leagues; Edward Gottlieb, former owner of the Philadelphia Warriors and Clifford Wells, 76, the former coach at Tulane University and the first executive director of the Hall of Fame. At the enshrinement dinner, UCLA Coach John Wooden received a special honor, never before awarded any sports figure. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the second time. He is already recognized as a player at Purdue University. But because of his unprecedented accomplishments as a coach, including six straight national championships at UCLA and eight in the last nine years, the halj of fame directors voted him dual recognition. In other presentations, the France Pomeroy award to the nation's outstanding college player six feet or under went to Scott Martin of the University of Oklahoma, and the Lapchick trophy from "Basketball News" magazine went to Travis Grant of Kentucky State as the top senior college player of the year. Kennedy later told newsmen he was referring to owners, general managers, coaches and players in his criticism of newcomers who are trying to run the game today. He said, in ontrast, "the Bob Douglases, he Johnny Woodens, and the dolph Rupps have given a lilte- me to basketball." Manny Sanguillen drove in two early runs for the Pirates and they scored three more runs in a seventh-inning rally highlighted by Willie Stargell's first home run of the season. Ron Santo crashed a two-run homer for Chicago in the sixth. The Dodgers continued their assault on Atlanta's beleagured ' pitching staff, scoring six runs in the second inning on seven straight singles. A total of 18 hits in Thursday night's game at Atlanta Stadium gave the Dodgers 50 for their four-game sweep of the Braves. They scored 26 runs. Bobby Bonds singled home the second of two San Francisco rung in the fifth Inning and the Giants held on to beat San Diego. Sam McDowell pitched the first five innings for the Giants and gained his second National League victory with relief help from Jim Ban and Jerry Johnson. Loser Steve Arlin had a no- hitter going until Chris Speier opened the fifth inning with an infield hit to trigger the Giants' two-run rally. Paul Blair's fourth-inning homer, one of only two Baltimore hits, provided tihe winning margin as Pat Dobson hurled the Orioles past Detroit. "I can't pitch any better," said Dobson, who threw 63 strikes and 29 balls. TONKA LANES HONEY BEES Dixie Cream Donuts 0. Sena Dorn 167-442. Saida Inn 4. Shirley Turner 195-488. Ken Reed Inc 1. Angelina Oilman 175-440. Pickrel-1 State Bank 3. Karen Jurgens 210-517. Wright's Liquor and Novelty 2. Cathy Agena 203-542. Mel's Place 2. Maxine Hartwig 1894505. Farmer's Union 0. Grace Huttenmaier 178, Irene Jobman 446. Cook Paint 4. Rosie Parde 213-516. Esther Dell 204-550. Earl's Fix It 0. Glo Weiss 154, Vi Andersen 408. Mr Ed's Salon 4. Joan Daubendiek 190, Sharon Schoneweis 465. Norge Cleaners 0. Alice Schlake 172, LaDonna Remitters 470. Gage Impdement 4. Nelvie D e B u h r 206-521. Marlene Busboom 200-505. Houston San Diego Cincinnati Atlanta 1 6 .143 4% Saturday's Games Chicago at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia St. Louis a't Montreal Cincinnati at Atlanta, night San Diego at Los Angeles, night Houston at San Francisco Sunday's Games Chicago at New York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia St. Louis at Montreal Cincinnati at Atlanta San Diego at Los Angeles Houston at San Francisco UNDERGROUND LAWN Sprinkling Systems Free Tstttrrates Quality Systems NORTHERN PUMP & IRRIGATION CO. 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