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C2-lNDEfENDENT(AM) PRESS-TElECRAM (PM) In-and-out Stanford awaits Bruins STANFORD-Critics : claim Stanford has the ·third best basketball tal- · ent in the Pacific-8 Con- · ferehcc. They also rank the Cardinals eighth in coach- -ing, which indicates why Stanford has been embarrassed so often in recent seasons. The Cardinals host .UCLA in Maples Pavilion tonight. There would appear to be some advantage in being the young Bruins' first road foe in conference competition. UCLA and USC were the only Pac-8 teams to LAMBERT- (Continued From C-l) · · structured set offense and a running game when the opportunity presents itself has produced 12 victories in 13 games and a No. 5 ranking in United Press International's national poll for the Trojans. It's like old days for . · Lambert, whose '. Berkeley High team ;- ran off 60 consecutive ·'. victories. ~- "We've had only one ;"· bad game, and that get through opening week unscathed, something that didn't go unnoticed by Cardinal coach Howie Dallmar. "It's really up to Cal and ourselves to play well at home," he said this week. "If we don't do something this weekend, it may turn out to be a one or two-team race. "Our players obviously know the importance of these games. They're critical to our chances in the conference. We'll have to play with the same intensity defensively thai we showed last week and Pac-8 standings W L Pel. W L 1 61.000 12 0 1 0 1.000 12 1 1 1 .667 11 1 \ .667 10 6 .500 .500 6 3 6 6 UCLA USC Oregon Oregon St ............ California ............ 1 Slantord ............. 1 . Washington .......... 0 3 .000 Washington St ........ 0 3 .000 Thursday's Results Oregon «, Washington St. 68. Oregon St. 65. Washington 63. Games Tonight UCLA at Stanford. - USC at California. Games Saturday UCLA at California. USC at Stanford. Oregon at Washington. Oregon St. at Washington St. · " was in the champion- ship game of the Holiday Festival at Madison Square Garden in New York," he says. The Trojans were upset by Fordham, 8366. "We beat Rutgers in the semifinals and sat around for a half and watched Fordham in the other semifinal game," says Lambert. "Rutgers was better than Fordham, and I · think we thought we could do the same thing to Fordham that we had to Rutgers. "Well, it didn't happen and we learned a - lesson. We're not going ; to take anything for granted anymore. We don't have a game from now on in which the other team doesn't have a good chance of defeating us." L a m b e r t pauses. "That includes Cal." KINGS-- (Continued From C-l) first appearance of the season in Atlanta. They defeated the Flames earlier this season at the Forum, 6-2. The Kings close out t h e i r seven-game road trip Sunday in Montreal in a showdown battle against the Canadiens for first place in Division 111. That game will be televised. Kin* ......................... Boston ................... ..... 001-1 FIRST PERIOD -- 1. Kings, Goring 12 (Karmeoiesser, Murdoch) 7:4i, 2. Kings, Koisk 11 (unassisted) 13:15. Penalties: Kannegiesser 3:42, Doak S-05. Goring 9:25, Edestrand 15:05. SECOND PERIOD -- 3. Kings. KM* 12 (Harper) 5: IS; i Kings. St. JAarseille 9 (Murphy. Murdodi) 19:01. ' Penalties: Vadnais 6:26. Widmg 10:5J ' Esposito. 16:18. St. Jterieilte 16:ffl. THIRD PERIOD -- 5. Boston, Hodge 15 (Orr, Vadnais) i:S6. Penalties: Murdoch J:U. Harper 9:07. ShotsonsoalDy: Kings .................... · 5 f-22 Boston .................. S « 16-31 Goaltenders: Kings, Vachon; Bos- tcfl, BroderirX A-U,238 JLONG 33 EACH | R-ECREA-TION j - Bis John's W, Celtics :w. Ocuil Board a. SI. Mary's a. Executives*?. Parquet Plant 31. Davis Paint SB. Tall Bailers JO. Shoreline Disv $6, Golden Lantern Outlav,t Jt, Magnum Force 43. Space Co*1»vs 42, Glenn Thomas 5?. The Hopeless i!, Pvctwtics 32 Raiders i3. Belrnont Billiards 3v Ranch Hands ;l. ADP34. Ukewood 1st Baptis) 51, JPH 4). Cal BOAl 52. Gunners 33. Gamrs TotUgfat At MU!lk»»-7:15, V^B. Morgan Trurkfrs vs. Talley's Talfy; 8: 15. SoCal Roof vs. YMCA; 9:15, Boilermakers vs. Sara's Team. A; W!Uii-?:15, Turkey's vs. KSM Constructionj 8.15. Cozy Cocktail vs. Curort 117: 9:15. West Coast Card Mirt'vs. Mike's Mtmthies. JC basketball VENTURA (70: Suuhor 4, Ilion 2. Rnndall n. Hums 1C. Popp ?. J. Smilh · «. 0. Dintiii \ MfNol/ 2. B. Smith 4. It. Dixon 2,Wo«ls 12. rotflTON «!: Berry 10. firav ffl, Wlllicms 8. Goss 14. Tnylor 12. Dill 2, "BuUcr 3, MorWy 6, Moses 5, Alexander " llnlltlmr: Complon '4 Ventura 28. PACIFIC COAST UngBc.-ichSt. lit. LA Rt Tii. Or-|!rin St. fv). \V;,shinglon i.:. Oregon '*. Washington St. t- I'llxTiline73. St. M a r v ' k T I . Seattle U £\ I,ovo!a '·! nonJv MOUNTAIN I'tih St. TB. Colorado St 71 M1DWKST TOP N,. Ball St. f,' St touisTl.Tulsa V. VYifhtlaSl m, W ToxasSt fn N. Michigan To, Wis-Grccn Bay X SOUTH Mao'land 1(0. N. Carolina St. fa. Mississippi St. ffi. LSU M rmli-nan- '.t. S. Mississippi 75. ·somnvKsr New Mexico Si. 76. Bradley 74 (ClTi Si Marv's Tcxl S5. IlouMim 71. Okla.Citvffi, Ti-x-Arlinelon 13. Texas ASM 101. Sam Houston St 71 BF.AXTOT CLASSIC Championship Boston Col. h»',, Harvard n. Consolation Boston U. 78. Nortlit-aMl-rn dl Cage highlights Maryland 103. N. Carolina SI. 85--Sixth-ranked Terps. winning first time in three years against Wolfpack and David Thompson, were led by John Lucas w i t h 33 p o i n t s . Mo Howard with 18 and Brad Davis with 15. to offset 33-pqinl output by Thompson. The victors' advanced Maryland's record to 12-1 and NC State dropped to 10-2 with Wolfpack's third loss in last 7(1 games. Pacific SI. Ball St. (iB--Keith Young scored 33 for Tigers, now {Hi. Winners opened up 19- poinl lead in first half and coasted. Seattle 9:1, Loyola 7-1--Frank Oleynick pourcd'in 33 points in West Coast Athletic Conference game. Loyola fell to 7-7 and 1-2 in league. New Mexico St. 70. Bradley 7-1--20-foot jumper by Jim Bostic at buzzer decided Missouri V a l l e y Conference g a m e in overtime. Peppordine. 73. SI. Mary's 71 --Marcos U'ite scored 26 as Waves came from behind in WCAC contest. Winners now 2-1 in league and 0-3 over-all. Jordan grapplers decision Wilson Jordan nudged Wilson, 33-31, T h u r s d a y in a Moore League wrestling match. 97--Foote (J) bv tortoit. 105--Mena U) pinned Schafer. 114--Antunei (J) pinned Collender. 122-Stovall (W) doc. Lara, 10-3. 129--Wink (J) pinned Lopatin. 135-Lew (Wl dec. Borsev, 3-2. 140 --Johnson (W) dec. Meredith, 7-2.147-G. Porrle (W) dec. Smith, 11-0. 156- Waken (J) dec. K. Perric, 7-4. 167-- Ricriev (Wl bv default. 177--Wheeler (J) pinned Kool. 193-Mardeslch (W) pinned Davis. Hvv--Childress (W) pinned Wise. JVs: Jordan 35, Wilson 26. Prep wrestluig SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE Paramount 3S, Warren 28. also continue our good team shooting." Stanford's front line of 7-foot Rich Kelley, 6-9 Ed Schweitzer and 6-6 Scott Trobbe has borne the brunt of the scoring attack in the past and this season is no exception. Kelley is scoring 19.4 points a game, Schweitzer 16.2 and Trobbe 10.1. Coming off the bench, 6-11 Tim Patterson is averaging 11.3. All are hitting 50 per cent or better from the field. Stanford's weakness is (he backcourt where 6-0 Mark Gilberg and 6-3 Mel 49ERS -- (Continued From C-l) occassions in the final 20 minutes. The last came when M a l l o r y hit an 18-foot baseline shot with 12:22 to play to cut Long Beach's advantage to 57-50. But the 49ers went on an 8-2 spree, getting baskets from Mina, Larry Hudson, Johnson and FJil- lon, for some breathing room at 65-52. The 49ers maintained most of that lead until six minutes remained then had a 7-0 flash of scoring to decide the issue. The 49ers return to the Long Beach Arena Saturday night for an 8 o'clock contest with UC Irvine 00-21 Long Beach opens defense of the Pacific Coast A t h l e t i c A s s o c i a t i o n crown it has held for six y e a r s n e x t Thursday, h o s t i n g U n i v e r s i t y of Pacific. Arterberry, both seniors, are shooting .352 and .446 respectively. Sophomore Mike Bratz has helped with his .494 percentage. Despite splitting in Oregon last weekend, the Cards shot exceptionally well. But f o u r starters fouled out in the 84-83 loss to Oregon while better defense and more patience offensively keyed the 71-63 win over Oregon State. Schweitzer converted 22 of 27 field goal attempts (.815) and leads the Pac-8 in scoring with a 27-poinl average. "He scored well to get us going early," said Dallmar of his shooting star, "then made the clutch baskets down the stretch. He rarely takes, a bad shot. He works his way into a lot of one-on-one s i t u a t i o n s underneath, which is what we want." Dallmar believes the Bruins' depth may be t h e i r greatest strength this season. "There doesn't appear to be anything lacking. They have what all great teams need--quickness, size, shooting and depth. They have so many players who can hurt you. "When they go to the bench.'they don't lose anything. In fact, they may gain in some respects with excellent people like Marques Johnson, Wilbert Olinde and · Jimmy Spillane." The game is likely to be settled by the front lines-Kelley, Schweitzer and Trobbe vs. Ralph Drollinger, Dave Meyers and Richard Washington. The Cardinals lack depth after Patterson and fouls could be the determining factor. Vikes rebound at E.G. SCORE BCXAJRJD NHL standings NBA standings FG FT R A PF Pts. . . 6-14 3-5 6 0 2 1 5 1 - 3 0-0 1 1 2 2 LA. State Copporud Redmond Lio^e-v -Echols B. Mallorv R. Mallory Jones . Olivers .... Jackson .. Tf-nm 9 Totals 27-71 16-33 44 12 17 70 PG: .38. FT: .J8.S Turnovers: 14. L.B. Stale FG FT R A PF Pts. 5-11 0-2 0-4 (H) 6-13 8-10 1-2 0-0 3-9 2-5 3-9 1-2 2-5 2-2 7 0 0 10 3 1 2 0 V 3 3 20 3 0 2 2 1 4 2 8 4 2 3 7 1 1 1 6 JtKkson GroS ... Mina , . . Johnson . Dillon ... Ausiin 0-0 12 2 0-0 6 6 1-3 1 1 3-4 11 4 0-0 1 3 0-1 3 0 0-1 5 2 1-2 0 1 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 9 10 12 19 27 10 2 6 1 4 1 0 5-11 ..6-13 ..9-11 . 12-22 .. 5-12 .. 1-2 Hudson 3-4 Gerke 0-0 Dawson 2-2 Hooton 0-0 Team Totals 43-77 5-11 57 19 22 91 FG: .558. FT: .455. Turnovers: 22. Los Angeles Slate- 32 3-70 Long Beach State :. 41 50--91 Officials: Tunnev, Poote. Attendance: 2,416. Hockey briefs RANCERS-Right wing Rick Middleton will miss four to six weeks with broken left leg. RED WINGS-- Recalled defenseman Larry Giroux and center Dennis Po- nonlch from Virginia farm club. Pro cage briefg KXICK-Fonvard Phil J a c k s o n had staph infection in left leg and will miss next twouames. SPURS (ABAV-Placed former LSU star Collis Temple on waivers. Division 1 W L T Pts. GF GA- Philadelphia 28 10 6 62 155 95 ti.Y. Rangers 22 12 I 52 179 134 Atlanta 19 16 9 47 123 122 N.Y. Islanders 17 16 II 45 146 123 Division 2 Vancouver 22 17 S 19 151 140 Chicago 20 19 4 44 l7 128 5! Louis 17 20 7 4! 141 154 Minnesota 11 25 5 27 110 181 Kansas City a 30 4 20 106 186 Division 3 Montreal 75 6 13 63 Ml 120 Los Angeles 25 6 12 62 143 85 Pittsburgh 16 17 9 41 171 160 Detroit II 23 7 29 119 160 Washington 33 377 5 II M 224(1 Division 4 Buffalo 27 9 7 61 187 133 Boston 24 12 7 55 202 132 Toronto 16 20 7 39 149 164 California II 27 B 30 119 180 Tuursday's Games Los Angeles 4, Boston I Philadelphia 4, Washington 0 : Detroit 7. Kansas Citv 4 Games Tonight at Atlanta. . -. dangers at California. Buffalo at Vancouver. (Only games scheduled). NHL highlights DETROIT--Danny G r a n t scored twice and Marcd Dione added a goal and three assists to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 7-1 victory over the Kansas City Scouts. Guy Charron scored twice for the losers. P H I L A D E L P H I A -- G o a l i e Bcrnic Parent got his eighth shutout of the season and veteran defenscman Fred Harris scored his first goal since 1973 to lead the Philadelphia Flyers past the Washington Capitals, ABA standings Eastern Division W LPct. 6E Kentucky 2912 .707 -New York 2913 .690 Vj SI. Louis 1827 .400 13 Memphis 1132 .25619 Virginia ....9 33 .21420"; Weslern Division Denver 37 7 .641 -San Antonio 2620 .56512 Indiana 1922 .463 16Vj San Diego 19 24 .442 17'/i Utah :..'. 2027 ,42618'A Thursday's Result Denver 115, Utah 104. (Only game scheduled.) Games Tonight Kentucky at New York. Virginia at Memphis. San Antonio at St. Louis. San Diego at Indiana. (Only games scheduled). ABA highlights SALT LAKE CTTY-Ralph Simpson scored 31 points and. Mike Green aded 20 to lead the Denver Nuggets to a 115-1M win over the Utah Stars. Rookie Moses Malone led the Stars with 26. Pabst hired Cerritos wrestlers look formidable again as volleyball coach at LBSU By DAVE WIELENGA Staff Writer . Since the formation of the South Coast Conference six years ago the Cerritos College wrestling team has offered its followers little variety. However, no one is complaining. The Falcons, who open circuit action with a 7:30 match at Orange Coast College tonight, have captured the SCC crown every year since the league's inception. Included in that span are three Southern California Regional championships, a state title and a conference dual meet record of 26-2. According to coach Hal Simonek, who is beginning his 12th year at the college, Cerritos will be a formidable f o r c e again this season. "Things are just starting to jell," he said, with an eye on the squad's 6-4 record. "Injuries h a v e prevented us from putting our best lineup on the mat yet but we should be completely r e a d y for our match against (defending state titlist) Santa Ana next week." Nonetheless, the Falcons are ranked seventh in the state ahead of (our oihcr South Coast schools rated smong California's top ifi Simonek pointed to the lower-middle weight categories as the strength of the Cerritos team. Sophomores Mark Baker (118 pounds), Spencer Call (M2) and defending state champ Mike Salcido (12fi) are among the squad's stalwarts while freshmen Ed Martinez (124) and Pat Devine (190) h a v e also been impressive. Simonek could not compare this year's athletes with those of the past except to note that "They are not working any less. ' They've been working out seven days a week since school began but hard work is what makes a successful wrestler and success is w h a t makes wrestling fun." Long Beach State ath- l e t i c director Perry C. Moore announced Thursday that former 49er star Miles Pabst will replace five-year coach R a n d y Sandefur as head volleyball coach as Sandefur takes a two-year leave of absence to work toward his Ph.D. Pabst, 31, is a former all-America who played on the 1973 LBSU squad that was 9-2 and second to San Diego State in the NCAA Championships. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston , 26 H .650 -- ButfalO 26 16 .619 1 New York 22 18 .550 4 Philadelphia 17 U .415 91/2 Central Division Washington 2913 .690 -Cleveland 21 18 .538 6"j Houston 2021 .488 W-i Atlanta 1826 .40912 New Orleans.. 4 3 4 .10523 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Detroit 24 18 .571 -Chicago 23 18 .561 Vi Milwaukee 21 21 .500 3 Kansas City-Omaha ...21 23 .477 4 Pacific Division Golden State 2714 JSI -Seattle 2022 .476 Th Portland 1822 .450 SVi ' Phoenix 16.23 .41010 Lakers '....1725 .405 1014 Thursday's Results Atlanta 108, Washington 85. Cleveland 89, Portland 81. Milwaukee 119, Golden State 100. Seattle 127, Houston 125 (OT). (Only games scheduled.) Games Tonight Detroit at Boston. Golden State at Buffalo. Washington at Philadelphia. Portland at Houston. Seattle at New Orleans. Phoenix at Chicago. New York at Kansas City-Omaha. (Only games scheduled). Cavs 89, Blazers 81 R1CHFIELD, 0.--Dick Sny- Aer hit on 13 of 18 field goal attempts and scored 29 points to spark the Cleveland Crusaders past the Portland Trail Blazers, 89-81. Bill Walton, playing for the losers for the first time since Nov. 23, had 14 minutes of action, no field goals and only a pair of free throws. PORTLAND (II) Wickss 5 0-0 10, Clemens 4 1-2 9. Martin 7 2-( 16, Petrle 6 S-! 17, Lumpkin 0-0 11 Neal 1 1-!'S, Johnson 2 1-8 S, Wilkens 2 12 S, Walton 0 2-2 1. Totals 34 13-21. CLEVELAND (H) Smith 4 M 8, Davis 5 0-1 10, ppatterson 4 2-2 10, Cleamons t 2-J 14, Snyder I] 3-3 29. Wilte 4 1-2 9, Foster I) (M) 0, brewer 4 1-8 9. Totals 40 9-12. Portland II 5 t H-41 Cleveland · 80 21 21 20-19 ' Fouled out: Martin. Total fouls: Portland 24, Clveland 19. A: 8,579. Hawks 108, Bullets 85 ATLANTA--Rookie Ttm Henderson scored 30 points and Tom Van Arsdalc added 20 to lead the Atlanta Hawks to a 10S-85 victory over the Washington Bullets. Phil Chenier led the losers with 16 points. WASHINGTON (15) Hares i 04 12, Riordan 3 0-3 6, Unseld 3 6-9 12. Chenier 6 K 16, Porter 4 0-2 8, Wealherspoon 0 2-2 2, Jones 4 8-2 10, Robinson 3 1-2 7, Kozelko 2 2-3 6, Gibbs 2 W 4, Haskins 0 0-0 0, DuVal 1 0-0 2. Totals 34 17-14. ATLANTA (IN) Drew 5 3-3 13, JJoones 4 K 8, Soiourner 8' 0-0 16, Henderson 12 64 30, Van Arsdale 9 2-3 20, Brown 3 2-4 8, Gilliam 4 1-2 9, Kauttman 1 0-0 2, Weftel 0 2-2 2, Meminger 0 0-0 0. Totals 46 16-22. Washington - 18 25 IB 84- 15 Atlanta 28 17 35 81-108 Fouled out: Unseld, Soiourner. Total fouls: Washinston 29, Atlanta 30. Technicals: Unseld, Gilliam, Hayes, Kozelko. A: 3,034. Bucks 119, Warriors 100 MILWAUKEE-TheMilwau- kee Bucks sot 40 points from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and 23 from Bob Dandridge and outran the Golden State Warriors, 119-100. Rick Bam-, with a 33.2 average, was held to 26 points for the losers and hit. only 12 of 33 floor shots. GOLDEN STATE (100) Barry 12 2-2 26. Wilkes 4 1 - 1 9 . Rav 5 0X110, Beard S 2-5 18, C. Johnson 10-2 8, G. Johnson 1 2-3 2. Mullins 6 0-0 12. Dickey 4 0-0 8. Dudley 0 2-2 2, Smith 2 12 5. Kendricks 0 0-0 0. Totals: 45 10-17 100. MILWAUKEE (119) Dandrirtoe 11 1-2 23. Warner 4 2-2 10, Abdul-Jabbar 13 4-8 40, McGlocklln 7 0-0 / U, Price 5 3-5 13, Davis 4 0-0 8, Brokavv 2 0-0 4. Restani 1 0-0 2, Thompson 1 0-0 2, Wesley 1 1-2 1, Williams-1 04 2. Kuberski 00-00. Totals: 5411-18119. Golden SQTATE '^' 4' « W»-100 Milwaukee 3 0 3 0 3 0 29--119 Fouled out: none. Total fouls: Golden Slate 21. Milwaukee 18. A-10,089. HOLLINGWORTH-- (Continued From C-l) "lucky seven" Saturday when Ron'Amos hosts the seventh U.S.-Russian boxing tournament. Arnos hopes it's lucky, for even though the Soviets have never won a heavyweight match against the Yanks, they hold a 60 team bulge in the clearly one-sided series. DWIGHT JONES, still smiling even after his 49er dribblers came home from a 1-2 road trip, has this bon mot: "Our freshman, Larry Hudson, is going to be great. I had heard through the grapevine lhat he wouldn't be a good college player. He made his detractors eat those words even before he played a single college game." -- Fran Schaafsma, Long Beach State women's athletic director and basketball coach, casts cold water on hopes of upper dasswomen, but has highly enthusiastic words for the younger distaff athletes. Says Fran: "For the most part, seniors can't make it now in women's intercollegiate athletics because women's sports in high school are so improved thnt girls coming to college are so much better trained." -- Snorts Illustrated editors must have been sniffing too much snuff when they selected Muhammad All as "Sportsman of the Year." One ovcrpublicizcd fight and a lol of blarney arc hardly enough Brownie points for that kind of award. -- Those fortunate souls who didn't empty their wallets to see the Ali-Foreman farce on closed circuit TV, but wailed until recently to see it on home video, laughed themselves into frenzies. It wasn't even worth .(he waste of free time at home. Sonics 127, Rockets 125 HOUSTON-Guard Fred Brown pumped in three shots in a row in overtime to send Seattle to a quick lead and the Super Sonics held off the Houston Rockets. 127-125. Brown finished with 36 points while Ed Ratleff scored a career-high 25 points and Calvin Murphy added 23 for the losers. SEATTLE am Gray i 2-2 18, Brown li 1-4 34, Fox 9 46 22. Clark 9 3-J 21, Jackson 6 M 12, Burleson 3 2-2 8, Derune 4 M, Skinner 1 0-2 2. Walls 0 HS 0, Totals 56 15-20. HOUSTON (m) Ratterl 10 5-5 25, Tomiarevlch 8 1-i 18, Ha»« 4 2-3 10. Murphy 10 3-4 23, Wohl 4 4-4 12, Adul-Aii: J 4-4 !, Meely 3 W 9, Newlin S 4-4 20. Totals » 27-32. Seattle 3J M 3J II 14-1J7 Houston 31 n 37 ZJ J-125 Total touts: Seattle 27, Houston 27. Fouled out: Brom Gray. A: 2,274. Pro volleyball league begins play The Winston Volleyball League begins its season tonight with a doubleheader scheduled in Anaheim Convention Center starting at 7:30, San Diego plays Los Angeles in the opener while Anaheim opposes Santa Barbara in the nightcap. The Long Beach-Santa Monica Sails play their first match In the five- team league Tuesday night in San DiegOv For the games, Long Beach City College has played basketball as though the game were being run on a roulette wheel--no one knew what would come up next. · · The Vikings have a chance to clear the tables, at El Camino tonight. "All I can say is that we're going to have to change our ways in a hurry or we're in trou- BYPAULMcLEOD .Staff Writer past eight ble," said MILLER LEADS-- (Continued from Page C-l) stroked irons to eight feet and made the putts. He chipped to six inches for a birdie. He almost made an eagle two with a six iron, the ball coming to rest only eight inches from the cup for the tap- in that gave him the lead alone. Johnny Miller Don Iverson John Mahaffey Ralph Johnston Lee Elder · Miller Barber Lou Graham Mike Hill Lee Trevino Leonard. Thompson Bob Stanton Mike Mitchell Dave Hill John Schroeder Rod Funseth Rik Massengale Chris Blocker · Labron Harris Artie McNickle Steve Melnyk Mark Hayes Walty Armstrong Forrest Feller Eddie Pearce Gere Littler- ' Tom Jenkins s \ · Jim Dent Tom Wciskopt Tommv Jaaccobs Peter Ooslerhuis Jim Hardy Bryan Abbott Greg Trompas Jerry McGee Billy Ziobro Bob Golsby 31-35-66 38-35-67 34-33-67 33-3J-67 35-33-67 33-35-68 33-35-68 33-35-68 33-35-68 32-36-68 31-35-69 34-35-69 34-35-69 36-33-69 35-33-69 33-36-69 32-37-69 ' 35-34-69 36-34-70 35-35-70 · 37-33-70 35-35-70 35-35-70 34-34-70 36-34-70 34-36-70 36-31-/U 34.3S-70 35-35-70 34-36-70 35-35-70 3S-34-70 35-34-71 33-33-71 38-33-71' 35-36-71 Shekou paces Beavers' blitz SEATTLE (UPI)-Sparked by c a t - q u i c k Lonnie Shelton, Oregon State rushed from behind in the second half Thursday night for a 65-63 P a c i f i c - 8 Conference victory over Washington. Trailing 35-32 at the half, OSU gave up the first six points of the second stanza, then uncorked a dramatic 16-4 rally. Shelton had a half-dozen steals to go with his game-high 22 points and 11 rebounds. OREGON STATE (65) Shi-lton 9 -1-1 22. Smith 2 (M) 4. Oxsen fi (VI 12 Tucker 2 0-2 -1. Neal 0 -Hi .1. Runvon 0 M 0, Miller 6 4-5 1C, Lee 1 1-3 3. Totals: 26-13-21 65. , WASHINGTON (Kl) Pounds 2 (M) -I, Jackson 10 0-1 20. Hanson 3 1-2 T. Dursey 1 0-1 2, Ramsey 60-012, Lombard 2 0-1 4. Edwards 7 0-1 14. Parker 0 (l-O 0. Smith 0 (M) 0. Totals: 31 1-0 ia Halftime: Washington 3o. Oregon StaU- 32. Total fouls: Washington 22. Orfgon slate 17. A: -1.200. Bon Eastwood . Larry Hinson Rod Curl Dave Stockton Dave Stocklon Tommy Aaron J.C. Snead Billy Casper Al Geiberser Joe Inman Bruce Crampton Jim Colbert Andv North Dwight Nevil Mike Wvnn Rocky Thompson Jim Wittenberg Ross Randall Gibby Gilbert Frank Boynton Frank Conner Bob Wynn ' Gary Grott Bob Zender Roger Maltbie Phil Rodgers Chuck Courlney Terry Diehl Tom Watson Jack Ewing ' Larry Nelson Arnold Palmer Kermit zarlcv Vic Regalado Tom Shaw Jim Wiechers Peter Carrie!! · Hale Irwin Ed Sneed Gary McCord Bill Garret! Rich Bland Don January Don Massengale Ron Cerrudo Jim Simons Don Bics Gary Sanders Butch Baird David Barber Mike Reasor Dn Halldorson John Jacobs Tom Purtier Randy Erskine Bobby Wadkins Bob Charles Dave Eichelborger George Bayer Rex Caldwell Danny Edwards Steve Cain 31-37-71 36-35-71 35-35-71 35-35-71 36-35-71 36-35-71 · 34-J5-71 36-35-71 3S-J6-7I 37-31-71 37-34-71 33-38-71 35-34-71 37-34-71 3J-37-71 38-33-71 35-37-72 33-34-72 34.38-72 35-37-72 37-35-72 36-36-72 38-34-72 36-36-- fi 3B-34-72 36-36-72 34-3B-72 36-36-72 35-37-72 38-34-72 36-36-78 37-35-72 37-35-7! 35-37-72 36-37-73 37-36-73 36-37-73 39-34--73 39-35-73 34-39-73 39-34-73 36-37-73 36-37-73 37-36-73 38-35-73 36-37-73 34-39-73 37-36-73 34-39-73 32-41-73 36-37-73 37-36-73 36-37-73 37-36-73 35-38-73 37-37-74 38-15-74 36-38-74 38-36-74 38-36--74 35-39-74 Lee's last second basket peps Oregon PULLMAN (UPI) Ron Lee's 18-foot jumper with one second remain^ ing gave the Oregon Ducks a 69-68 Pacific-8 win over the Washington State Cougars -Thursday night. Lee's basket came after the Cougars had 'taken a one-point lead on Edgar Jeffries' steal and lay-in with 10 seconds left. OREGON (» Earwig 1 4-6 6. Lee 101-3 21. Jackson 10 0-1 20. Coldreri 2 CM) 4, Kent 3 2-2 8 Ballard 1 2-2 4. Willctt 3 (M) 6. Totals 3d 9-1-169. WASHINGTON STATE (68) Puidokas 7 5-7 19, Brown 1 3-6 5, Jeffries 9 2-1 20. Davis -1 2-110, Giovacchini I 2-2 4, Jones 2 2-2 6. Barnhill 0 -1-1 1. Totals 24 20-29 68. Halftime: Oregon 37. Washington Slatf- 2!). Total fouls: Oregon 24. Washington State 20. Fouled out: Willctt, Colclral. A:8.SW. a concerned Bill Fraser between classes Thursday. ; : Fraser says he won't panic, but during the last eight games he's seen more than his share of ulcer-producing incidents: · Against Compton in the semi-finals of the Modesto Tournament, he saw his team play its best tournament game of the season, only to be defeat- 'ed in the final minutes. ;; · In Riverside, he saw his team stumble to a last second opening round win over Fullerton, then fall apart, in its final two games and finish fourth behind conference rival Pasadena. » During one. span the team lost five-of-seven games before its conference opener, including a pair of two-game losing streaks--the first time in two years a Viking team lost two consecutive games in a season. · Watched his team destroy Orange Coast, 10270, in their first game of Metro standings Over - - - W L Pet all UngBeach 1 1.000 1W ElCamino.... .:. 1 0 1.000 12-7 Bakersfield.. 1 0 1.000 16-3 Pasadena 0 1 .000 12-4 Pierce 0 1 .000 6-9 Valley 0 1 .000 3-14 GAMES TONIGHT LBCCal El Camino . Pasadena at Valley . ; Bakersfield af Pierce.. . the new year, then return home and blow a 14-point lead and succumb to Santa Ana, 95-88. · Entered conference play with six losses, the Jirst time since 1963 a Viking team has done so. · The Vikings barely pulled out a one point decision over Valley College in the final nine seconds of their conference opener Tuesday. Not everything has gone wrong for the Vikings, but according to Fraser there will be some changes in the Viking starting five. . "I don't know just now what they'll be," he said. "Probably either (Rod) Dalton or (Guy) King will start, but I'm not sure yet". , ' New head coach Ron Jacobs has turned around the basketball fortunes at El Camino. After a few rough .weeks during early pre-season the Warriors have improved their record to 12-7. Carson slopitch Misiits2,MashO. Huck Manufacturing 5, Possum 0. Royals 2, Homwgrown 0. St. Anthony's hopes on line at Mater Dei St. Anthony High runs into one of the co-favorites for the Angelas League basketball title in its opener tonight when the Saints play Mater Dei in Santa Ana, 8 p.m. Although the Saints are only 5-8 over-all, Saints coach Jack Errion be- leves his team is capable of challenging for a CIF playoff.position. "We haven't played many poor games," says Errion. "How well we do tonight could determine our chances in league." Mater Dei (12-5). has the best record of any Angelus team, but Monarch coach Jerry Tardie concedes his team has not played as tough a schedule as Servile or the Saints. Tardie is also bemoaning the absence of 6-foot guard and playmaker Jim Elenz, who is doubtful because of a sore ankle. "For us to lose Elenz would be like St. Anthony losing Daye Ramsey," says Tardie. With no starter over 6-2, Mater Dei has relied on quickness and balanced scoring from Elenz (10.2 , avg.X Mark Dreifus (13,0) and Jim Shutz (11.0). "Mater Dei and Servile are probably the teams to beat," says Errion. "It should be a balanced league in thnt no one '^ real bad and no one looki capable of dominaling everyone else." Si. Anthony may not be at full strength tonight, Center Tom Dever missed school through Wednesday with the flu. If Dever is unavailable, Errion may start a front line of regulars Ralph Esposito (8.0 avg.) and Terry Carney (21.4) plus John Mansell, who has played well coming off the bench. MAIS Dave Ramsey (14.0) and Steve Mais (8.2) are the regular guards. It would be no surprise if Carney, 6-7 Tom Branich of Bishop Amal, Geoff Hatton of Pius X or Joe Hovorka of Servile emerges as the leagued outstanding player. Each has performed superbly through the non-league portion of the schedule. · In other league openers tonight, Pius X plays at Servile and St. Paul goes to Bishop Amat. For Wear On CONCRETE Stock--No Waiting 230 East 5th, Long Beach 434-1818 306 N, Long Beach, Compton 631-3723

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