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PAGE 44 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 Pro Basketball NBA Eastern Conference *~ tAtlilrtlC OlvUlM -- I w I »ct ik Boston 41 » .120 -New York .. 43 13 .768 i . new York 43 13 .748 t ' ..Buffalo 17 35 .327 ·I 1 - Philadelphia 4 51 .073 . - " : Cmtral Dlvitioa ^-Baltimore 33 IS .647 I, Atlanta » 26 .527 · Houston 21 32 .396 *· " Cleveland: 1» 33 .365 Wester* Conference Mldwtit Dlvlilcn Milwaukee.. 37 15 .712 Chicago 31 20 .60* , -* X.C.-Omaha 25 31 .44* / -*JD«trolt 22 31 .415 Pacific plvltlon .jAnaeles 40 11 .784 ,_3ldtn State-...., 33 20 .623 Phoenix 25 27 .481 Seattle 17 38 .309 Portland 13 40 .245 Yijltrdiy'i Oamei ' - - . · B o s t o n »4, Cleveland «9 " r*~Golden State 131, Philadelphia l\s ' r~ Detroit W, New York 91 "-£« Seattle 11«, Houston 109 . rt * ih4ra? xTtdty's Games k , *~»Golden State vj. Kantas City-Omaha at "'***» Uoi Angel** at Phoenix 1 - TomtrrtWi 8»mei 25 39 Vv 12V'a U'/i SVi U 15Vi 8 15'/s 25 28 Pats quarterback has knee surgery to repair cartilage Gre Houston at Los Angeles- . ,' go at Seattle . . . . Celtics M, Cavs 8« Cleveland Jhnsn 11 0-0 22 Davis 3 1-1 7 Robrsn Cam Wllkns Clmons 2 5-4 9 5 2-2 12 Warnr Wrren 4 2-2 1 0-0 0 0-9 Tetali U17-11 » Boston Havlck Nelson Cwens White 'Chancy Sllai Wlllms Kbrskl Flnkel Sandra Tetali JT10-11 94 f 6 4-6 2 o-o 2 3-4 a 2-3 9 8-9 I 3-4 1 0-0 1 0-0 o o-o 0 0-0 · - Cleveland ...... 34 it 11 M -- i» ·tiftft ............ t» M,l\ M - M Fouled out -- Johnson. Total fouls -- Cleveland 26, Boston 21. . , Technical fouls -- Boston Coach , .Hclnsohn, Cleveland Coach Fitch. Warriors 131, 76ers 115 Philadtlnhi* f I Gelden Matt u 11 li 17 --1J1 pn;iadel»hli M U M --115 Fouled -- none. . ·'.·. Total fouls -- Golden State It, Technical--'Thurmond, Golden Stale. Pistons M. Kiiclu II 4ewYn Srnett llbbv Irdlcy 3Bchr' =rzlcr .UC35 tAMngr teed. Tbtali rk 1 0 9 6 9 3 4 9 2 43 r 0-2 2-2 1-3 04) 2-3 0-0 0-0. 0-1 0-0 5-11 t i 19 12 20 6 1 11 4 »1 Dttrtlt Adams Blng Oavlj Ford Lanler Mnglt Norwd Rowe T*tal 10. 1-2 0 04 3 0-0 11 8-9 6 3-3 0 frO 1 2-4 ..t 21 0 30 15 1,° FOXBORO, Mass,'(AP) Jim Plunkett, the New England Patriots' 1971 rookie sensation who spent most of last fall scrambling for survival, was scheduled for knee surgery today at Stanford University Hospital in Palo A!to, Calif. The National Football League club gave -the star quarterback permission to be operated on by Dr. Frederick L. Behling to repair damaged cartilage in the knee. \Plunkett took'-a physical pounding last season as the Patriots fell apart, finishing with a 3-11 record: He managed only eight touchdown passes and threw 25 interceptions. Plunkett's knee gave way late in the season, but he hoped surgery could be avoided. However, the knee went on him .as he stepped from his car Monday night. He flew to Oklahoma City for an examination by an orthopedic surgeon yesterday and Wildcats sign · · . ,'. . - O JC swim-star Steve Bennett, a junior college All-America .water.polo player from the College of San Mateo, Calif., has signed a Western Athletic Conference letter-of-intent to attend the University of Arizona. The announcement -Was made today by UA swimming coach Charlie Hickcox. Bennett, a forward, led his team to the GolSen Gate Conference championship and was · N.o.l in assists and steals; He .scored 41 goals in 23 games. Bennett is a native ( of San .Carlos,-Calif. He will enroll in' the fall and major in veterinary medicine. then was given permission to go to Stanford for the surgery. After winning the.Heisman Trophy, Plunkett stepped in as the Patriots' No. 1 quarterback and played every minute on offense. He passed for 19 touchdowns and had just 16 of 328 throws intercepted as he helped the team to a 6-8 record. . . However, the Patriots hit the skids again last year. The ground game .broke down and Mocking failed. Plunkett became a marked man and was clobbered. Sims play host to Los Angeles PHOENIX. ;(UPI) - -The · Phoenix i Suns will be looking for a rare home court victory tonight as. they play host to the Los Angeles Lakers for the last time this season. The Suns have lost six of ·their last.' seven , games, at Veterans Memorial .Coliseum, although they have won tlieir last four road games. Los Angles is on a hot streak, winning 10 of its last 11 outings. The Lakers-also hold a 4-1 edge on the Suns for the season. RESULTS FIRST RACE -S/U Mile, Or. 2, M R's Caria, 4.SO, 3.80, 3.40; Conly Bav, 3.80, 4.00; Sammy Summer, 4.20. Q. 1-2, (12.00). T. 31.15. StCOND RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 2, Chip Wilson, 13.80, MO, 3.20; Colonel Mandcll, 9.80, 4.30; Daisy Brooks, 2.40. Q. 1-7, (27.80) DD, 2-7, 34.40. T. 39.73. THIKD RACE -- S/16 Mile, Gr. 4, Cold Mink, 12.40, 6.60, 5.40; Tonkawa Roy, 6.20, 1.20; Polly Lllo, 4.00. Q. 5-8, (65.80). 'FOURTH RACE --5/16 Mile. Gr. 2, In A Flash, 7.20, i.20, 4.60; Candy Poster, 5.60, 4.20; R P's Harry, 8.40. Q. 1-2, (28.20). T. 31.14. FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 1 -- Bess Ross, 14.00, 5.40, 3.60; J F's Star, 3.80, 4.20; Snap Krackle, 9.40. Q. 2-6 i lo.«l. Pert. 6-2, 69.00. T. 39.16. SIXTH RACE -- 5/14 Mile, Gr. 3 -Moon Danca. 18.80, 4.40. 5.EO; S W Bllv, 2.80, 3.00; First Toy, 6.80. Q. 1-2 (24.80). T ' SEVENTH RACE -5/16 Mile, Gr. 1 -- . Money Saver, 7.20, 4.20, 4.60; Sco^Four, 7.60, 3.40; B C's Gallant Son, 3.80. Q. H EIGHTH "RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 3 -- - F;sher,;ien's Rest, S.'O. 3.20. 3.40; Almena Jayro, 5.60, 2.80; Widow's SEVENTH RACE i/U ORAOt 1 1. Jaunty Jerry 2. Mac's Lonnl* 3. Dusty joy 4. T.S. Todd 9-1 5-2 6-1 8-1 J. Wlllv Shure 6. My Sin 7. T's Ducati 8-1 8. L.C.'s SgPlm 10-1 7-2 12-1 Golwell trails Swayda in Kansas City event EIGHTH RACE TUCSON C5E. GRADE J 1. Willie Wonka 10-1 1. ThnksA Bnch 8-1 3. She's Glql . 7-2 4. L.C.'S LtlRck 8-1 5. T.V. Lck Nek 6-1 A. P.W.'S StPwr £.2 7. B.R.'s CXKrn 9-2 8.' Final Award 12-1 NINTH RACE S/n GRADE 1 1. Candy A/ian 2. X's Foy 3. Wlls kxorcss 4. Madds Buck s-a 6-1 9-2 5. Dl El's Clnei 10-1 6. Javson 12-1 7. T.B.'S JI'Ann '8-1 8. B.J.'s CpUm 8-1 TENTH RACE VU'GlADE 3 1. P..Q's Gallo 6-V 5. Clay Krlbv 2. Lingo 8-1 i- - 3. L.L.'s Radar '' 4. Castlt'si'Doug 5-3 6. Parknamore 7. Seen Alot 8. AmiX Frieda 10-1 . 12-1 7-2 9-2 KANSAS CITY (AP) - Dennis Sway da, a part-time pro trying for his first championship, completed 'the first day o f . rolling yesterday . i n the '$50,000 King Louie Open Bowling Tournament with a 2,694 total and a 19-pin lead over his closest pursuer. , Tucson's Paul Colwell was Q's Madd, 4.40, 2.40, 2.60; TY J Llshtllns, 2.60, 3.00; Mill Terrific, 4.40. Q. 4-5 (4i40). Perf. 4-5, 12.90. T. 30.72. .- . . TENTri RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 3 -- Keros, 32.40, 14.20, 7.00; Sybil's Jet, 4.00, 3.80; Mitl Frisky, 2.80. Q. 2-3 (64.60). 'ELEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr.-j -- Fly Lola Fly, 10.00, 9.80, 4.80; Silent Forc=, 4.60, 3.40; Connie's Girl, 4.80. Q. 2- 8 Iw-It'F/H 3 RA 3 C' 6 - ru«n" Course, Gr. 2 -- Andy H, 9.20, 7.00, 3.00; Star Be- kln, 4.80, 2.40; Grandma Bertha, 3.40. 0. 2-3 (26.60); Pcrf. 2-3, 76.EO. T/J9.27. Big q paid 2-8 and 2-3, 489.20 - ENTRIES' .' ·····:, ,, FIRST RACE i/U GRADE 1 l.j". M.'sMIBII S-aS.'Ray Silver 10-1 2. L.C.'S Dmond 6-1 6. Tpee Stretch . 8-1 3. T.n.'s Orinci · 12-1 7. Nimble HoJo" 5-2 4. J.F.'^ Str ptr 7-2 8. Early Jane 8J SSCOND RACE TUCSON. CSE/GRAD'Et . 2. Nell 3. Kltiv .. .JtivJimeS 12-1 4. F. j-*S Deb 8-1 .. THIRD RACE 5/16 GRADE 3 . 'Shadlv 9-2 . Luke Walker 8-1 . Pri'h i'unnsr 12. Pebbles. 7-2 5. C.irrle York 6-1 6. King's Jet 10-1 k:»« » FOURTH RACE 5/l« GRADE 3 ARIZONA BRED PREFERRED _ 1. Atldd Charm ^-2 J. Font The Bill 8-' · 2. Gene Gretler 9-2 e. C. Van 7-2 3. !-'st f.'P 11-' 7. Aral Stlnner 8-1 4. Stella Rls 12-1 ». Rccht Rmnce 6-1^ FIFTH RACE TUCSON CSB. GRADE 1 PSRFECTAWAGEMNa . . 1. Mo FK- 2. F.L.'s Trick ' 3. J.L.'s Jericho r-i 4. Joy Searcher 8-1 o .7-2 7. Ma"James . 6-1 8. T.B.'s Wld FrJO-1 SIXTH RACE J/14 GRADE 1 2 Lora Lock 3. social EHect t. Paso Dan 5 World Rrnlus · 6. Shrtv Hunter ( vvol Ksth\* 8 Bcon sauare Tucton'i Exeittmtnt -- WED. thru SUN. 8 P.M. Gnat racini; action Fine Clubhouse dining Pari-mutuel wagtrini TUCSON GREYHOUND PARK S. 4th Ave. ot 36th St. ReiervQtioni: 624-2551 ELiiVeNTH RACE TUCSON C. GRADE } ·' PERFECTA-WAOERING 1. G.W.'s Limey 5-2 5. J.'s Lollipop 9-2 2. Amnesty 7-2 6. Night Mare 6-1 3. VnnSt.-oll 12-1 7. L.B.'sSpr On 8-1 .4.HIAmlqo 8-18. Any/Angle Mo-1 SELECTIONS FIRST RACE: Nimble Hobo; J.M.'s Maior Bell; L.C.'s Diamond. . - ;-t£CO,.D: RACE: Tepee 'Silk; Nell; B.R.'s Cactus Flower. , THIRD RACE: Rustler's Bandit; Pebbles; Luke Walker. ; . FOURTH RACE: Added Charm; Gene Gretler; C. Van. f-IFTH RACE: F.L.'s Trick; Boe Min' *°s'lX-TiPR'ACE: Castle's Stbnel World ' i Genius; Shorty Hunter. ; " S E V E N T H RACE: Mac's Lonnic; Jaunty Jerry; Willy Shure. . ·· .. EIGHTH RACE: Thanks A', Bunch; B.R.'s Cactus Karen; P.W.'s Stay Power. NINTH PACE: Candv Man;-X's Foy; ·Madds Buck. - · . . , · · ' , ,, · . TENTH RACE: Seen Alot; Castle's DDUQ; American Frelda. ,- . . . ELEVENTH RACE: G.W.'s Limey; HI Amigo; J's Lollipop. , . . . in 19th place with a pinfall of ·2,540.; · · · . . . . . · . : ' - . ' ../·.-··, ;-;"·:· :-. Swayda, a 29-year-old ^right- hander from.. Phoenix, 'spilled 1,397 pins in-;the .opening six- game block of play, then came back with a 1,297.effort in. the second session Wednesday night as all 128 starters completed 12 games. LEGAL NOTICE, STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH -- A P.UBLIC HEARING WILL BE - HELD March 1,1973 at 9:00 A.M. In the Prescolt Room of the Phoenix Civic Plaza, 225 East Adams Street, Phoenix; -to consider nro- posed amendments to Rules and Regulations for Evaluation and Treatment of Persons Impaired by Alcoholism,: Article 12, Part 1. If Is proposed to amend the definitions, criteria-for approval and termination of approval of alcoholism facilities. Copies of the .proposed amendments may be obtained 'at the State Department of Health, 1624 West. Adams, Phcenix, Arizona. . . Tucson Dully Citizen Publish: February-1,1972 TODAY SALT FRESH WATER TACKLE ROD REEL REPAIRS RENTALS LICENSE TAGS RESERVATION TAGS M-W t-7 TH ft FBI 9-9 SAT. »-* EASTSIDE Tackle Bait Co. . 5523 E. SPEEDWAY · 296-3091 LEAK For Uff NEW '73 GREMLIN as low as ***»~- per month 36 months (Tax, license insurance not included) FULL MAINTENANCE SERVICE AVAILABLE, GALLOWAY 5200 E. Speedway · 327-5561 eermry 1 TODAY.. is a good day to start Saving. We pay the highest legal interest on savings -and we're open today from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Banco *« Americas 700 W Congress * Phone £24-6631 Your attount miured to 170,000 by Federal Deposit Iniqfance Corp. *w rant.......... v y n M.-JI .Detroit V .H U 15 -- 94 .Detroit Sonics 118. Rockets 1W · Houston · *-* 1 4-6 10 23 ii 9-10 '25 · 7 0 - 0 14 Tot»l« M JTH4-1M Beard 1 1-1 3 Brisker l o-fl 2 Brown 7. 4-4 is cross . o -l-i .1 FOX 6 1-2 13 Haywd 16 S-7 37 ^MDhlS 0 2 - 2 - 1 MtltSh 0 54 S Snyrier 10 5-8 -5' Stlwth 3 2-J 7 Wlnfld 0 2-4. , 2 Wrleht. 1 0^1 _2 T»UU 4lM-Jt11l · Htuittn .Stattl* . : it 11, M x a i) M--1*9 M --lit . Fouled 'Out -- Houston, Moore; Seattle, · 1 r Total foulj -- Houston 31, Seattle 3t. t Technicals -- Houston, Murohy. : ABA EAST w I »ct «b ' -Carolina ......... 39 17 .694 -- ·Kentucky ........ 3« 19 .655 2/ ? . . Virginia ......... 29 28 .509 lOVi . . N e w Y o r k -------- W 34 .379 18 . .Memphis ........ 17 31 .30* 21V5 , WEST ' ~ . Utah ............. 37 19 · 'Indiana ......... . 31 24 . Denver ........... 28 27 , 'Dallas ....... .... 20 34 , 'San Dleao ....... 20 37 - . Ytittrdiy'i Gimti 1 Kentucky 109, Dallas 99 · · Denver 1 34, Memphis 10» ' · Utah 122, Indiana 107 · · Virginia 100, New York 94 TMly'i Qlmtt . * Carolina vs. Virginia at Norfolk , . Denver at Indiana . . Tomorrow'! Games . Dallas at New York · , Denver vs. Carolina at Greensboro .. San Diego at Kentucky · . . Utah at Memphis .661 .564 .509 .370 SKIS ·BOOTS PARKAS · PANTS SWEATERS ARMSTRONG TIRE SALE NONE TOUGHER ANY PRICE! FREE INSTALLATION OPEN 8 to 5:30 MON. thni SAT. tourne .^tomorrow ' ; The Also-Ran Tennis Tour; ;riament starts at 2:30 p.m. to- · "morrow on Randolph Park's · ^newly expanded 16-cturt lay! Jout. I The tournament name '. comes from a regulation ; -which limits finalists from the · ^Arizona Junior Open and the . .Tucson Christmas Open to en; ,ter the tournament in older · events. Friday's Schedule: . 2:30 p.m. -- BISs, J. Davis v. 8. Reed, Harold Anderson v. R. Kronenberqer, tv- crott v. Jolly, Rlnec v. Goldstein, Estes · v. Bronnlman, Runlon v. V/eeks, L. Olla. son v. Mason, Stanford v. Cheema; Blis, Vasev v. Wrlaht, Hushes v. Kern, Klvel v. Ramirez, Drobeck v. Atwoort, 8iild'-"n ' v. Schaefer; GISs, Hermes v. Dore, Wlc- Scl ". Arechederra, Gray v. Hoeffer, · ' 3:30 p.m. -- BUS, Rendon v. Dodoe, · Sv/innle v. Greek, Strader v. Houihton, Brewton v. Suba, Rubl v. Timmermans, . B. Cunningham v. Rohllk; B14s, N«-ed- ham v. Rohllk; B14s, Needham v. Hier- PnD, Anci"S v. Kemofert; G16s, Alberts v. Evans, Manv;ellcr v. Scott, Zent V. · S'ricklanrt, Cooper v. Stillsr, r^-il'I'-an v. -.Moran, Brown v. Ssiloado, Wllklns v. . . McWMIiams, drH'iven v. Hornas. . ' :30 D.m. -- B14s, Barker v. Klmblc, P. A"i"i v. Martindalp, Koeoke v. C. Cun' ninnhnm, Bacal v. Enclnas, Trafton v. T. -' C l^son, Lyle v. Buchsb'ium, B'jrk v. · Stoelc, Havs v. Mitchell, Ethington v. We- · n - - ; , T. Slc^.um v. Fierce, VHal v. Amos, . Dsranyi v. Tvnell.Gianas v. Bolden, Mill, c 1 " ". ^omc?; B18- S. Stocum v. winner Rines-Golristein match. Judo toiirney slated at PCC ; An invitational judo tourna- rucnt is being sponsored by the Pima Community College judo club tltis weekend. . All judo clubs in Arizona pnd New Mexico have been invited to participate, according jo EU Noble, PCC physical education instructor and tour- fiament director. ; The tournament, which is open to the public without Margie, will begin at. noon on Feb. 4 in the Pim» Communi- ARMSTRONG FULL WIDTH 78 SERIES FULL4PLYS WHITEWALLS SIZE PRICE C78x13 ! £78x14 ! F78x14 i G78x14 ! ¥1x14 ! J78x14 : G78x15 ! H78x15 ! 178x15 ! ,17.95 ;19.95 122.99 .24.95 i20.95 ;23.95 124.95 126.95 ^24.95 ARMSTRONG WIDE 70 SERIES RAISED WHITE or BLACK LETTERS SIZE ILACK WHITE LETTERS LETTERS 070x14 18 oo 170x14 '21 00 F70X14 J 22 SD '23 G70x14 S 24$ 5 0 G70x15 *23" $ 25 OD H70x15 1 26' WESTERN INSTA-CHARGE WITH KOSI OIL (0. 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