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PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Pro Basketball MONDAY, F E B R U A R Y 9, 197 Cage Scores NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division a Boston Buffalo Philadelphia New York .596 .588 JTi S/i 6 12 Central Division Washnotori 29 22 .569 Cleveland » 22 .569 Houston J4 24 500 New Orleans 24 25 .490 Altanta 24 28 .461 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee 21 30 .412 Delrolt 20 29 406 Kansas Clfv 19 33 .345 Chlcaoo 16 35 .314 Golden Stale Los Angeles Portland Seattle Phoenix Boston 106, Ne Washington 10 Pacific Division .725 .491 .45\ -442 ,438 IJVi ll'/i Saturday ' Y o r k 98 Allanla90 Houston 89, Chicago 87 Ml waukecIM. Detroit 105 Golden Slate 127, Seattle 100 Yesterday New ^ork 97. Boslon 69 Philadelphia 100, Buffalo 97 Lis Anaetcs 97, Allanla W Cnicago 96, New Orleans 92 Detroit 94, Kansas City 93 Golden state 109, Portland las Phoenix 107. seatlle 101, OT Cleveland 83. Washington 78 Today Kansas City at Houston Tomorrow t Kansas Cltv at Atlanta Washington at Buffalo Philadelphia al Chicago New York at Milwaukee ' New Orleans at Golden Stale Detroit at Los Angeles 76ers 100, Braves 97 BUFFALO: McMllllan 4 2-2 lo Shu- rnate3(M6. McAdoo II 9-1131, Charles 4 J-V 10. Smith 9 2-2 20. DiGreoorlo 4 2 2 1 0 Aaams 0 4-1 4, schlue-ter 2 M 6, Totals 37 IA: McGinnis 12 1407 . 8 4-5 20. Cachings 2 IH 4, Collins 6 4-4 16, Carter 7 0-0 14, Bryanl 2 (H) 4, Lee 00-00. Free 1 2-2 4, Norman 0 OX) 0 Ellis 0000. Totals 33 24-28 Bullalo ... Philadelphia 12 3) 28 2 0 -- 9 7 .14 25 23 23--100 . f "^ out: McAdoo. Total fouls: Buffalo 25. Philadelphia 23. A: lo,B06. Cavaliers 83, Bullets 78 WASHINGTON: Riordan 5 M 10 Ro- fi" 5 " 3 .1-2 '· Unseld 3 0-1 6, BineI 3 '0;C^"'er 5 5-6 IS. Haves 72-3 16. Jones 2 W 4 , Wealherspoon24-68, Haskiris 1 r 02. KozelKoOMO. Totals ]| 16-24 4 £V E B rh L * ND i S^ 1 !" ' 10 '5. Brewer 4 0 - 1 6, Chores i,00 10, Snvder B 0-0 16, s 6 O-l 12, Russell 5 2-5 12, Walk' Sixers' star George McGinnis of the Philadelphia 76ers scored 38 points, grabbed 21 rebounds and handed out IB assists to help the Sixers snap a five-game losing streak with a 100-97 victory over Buffalo yesterday. Pistons M, Kings 93 , S ETR 0' T |. R»ve 3 2-28, Eborhard 7 6- KANSAS CITY: ' Rotpprson Detroit . Kansas city . 28 26 26 M -- H . , 5 7 2 9 14 23- 93 . n - 0 " O U 5 D Technical: John- Knicks 97, Celtics 89 24 13 15 14 -- 78 18 n 22 21 -- S3 l« T A- a 2l'?30 S: Wasni " olon l5 ' Cleveland Bulls 96, Jazz 92 CHICAGO: Johnson 3 00 6, L o v e B II. IJ c . e r r J 2 , Monroe 14 45 32. Jackson 3 lA if nelf 2 (Hi l, Walk 3 M 6 Totals V it : Havlicek 3 2-3 6, Kuberski 0 S^S" 5 6 4 ' 7 14 ' Wh 'l= » M 78, 00 fl. stacom 4 1-2 9, Silas 4 1.1 o ' A r d ° 'J '· Nelson 2 M 25 21 24 25 -- 77 17 IB 21 23 -- Bt 23. Nelson Chicago ....... New Orleans . 25 18 31 a _ . 1 8 31 20 23 _ : Chica9 ° o e n New York Boslon Fouled out: Scott. Total fouls 1 New York 21, Boston 29. A: 15,320. Warriors 109, Blazers 105 GOLDEN STATE- Barry 8 5V. 91 Wilkes 11 2.3 24, Rav 1 M 2, c, joh"«?3 M10. Smith 9 M 24, Williams i 0-0 8 G 2 J 3 lh l4 S rot 0 a, 2 s 2 « 2 ',7°20 keV J M "' DM ^ * PORTLAND: Gross ID 4^ 74 wirl,^ R 4-J 20, wallon 8 JJ 70, Pelrio 5 n-rI 21 SleelE 4 OX) a. Rollins 2 2-4 6, Itawes 2 »6 Olympic results Nordic Skiing Men s 15-kilometer cross country -- 1, Nikolav Balukov, soviet union, i3's847 2, E vbebiy Beliaev. Soviet Union; if : ?o'« 3 I A "° K ° iv ^l°' Finland: I!']? 1 TM 1 « ' i a "cP aranin · Soviet Union. i-t'iS 8 '^ I i ar / 0 r rn 0' Norway. 45:29.11, 6. Bill Koch, Guillord, V I , 45-3222 7 Qeora Ziolel, West Germany, 4S-3B 10 e' Odd Marlinsen, Norway, 45'4l 97 ' 9 GertDielmar Klause, East Gr-rmanv 45:42.97. 10, Juha Mielo, Finland, 45^44 27' Also. Oa, Tim Caldwell, Pulncy, VI.; U : S'5J- S' 5°" Vea ner. Duranoo. Colo., iTSHS- 55 ' Douo Peterson, Minneaoolis, 47:00.98. Combined _ i, ulrich Wehllno, Easl Germany, 262-244 teet, 2255 jjolnts 2, Rauno Miettln, Finland. 246-2S8, 219 3 f, l ^!/ s , T !" :hichB ' East Germany, 259-258, ^·, 4r ^ orlrad Windier. East Germany 253251, 213,9. S, Yuii Katsuro, Japan. 249- TK', m i'-£',*'£'W Hula ' P"»"i. M4-253, ffl. o''r- p ? , Sch clnc ' Norway. 249-249, 204.4. 8, Erkkl KeiDinen, Finland, 2i3-246, S9!'ilr'' !i!i lerlv Kaoaev. Soviet Union, 244-p, 202.9. 10. Rooerka Lustenbe Switzerland, 245-245. 702 5 . Also: 25, Jim Galanes. Bratlleboro, Vt.. 703-240, 184.1. 26. Walter Malauisl Post Mills, Vt.. 733-230. 161.3. 32. Michael Devecka. Bend. Ore.. 210-200, 151 6 . . , ( Nicola Soiess. Austria. 1.47.71. 5. Daniele Debernard, France. 1:48.48. 6, Jacqueline Rouvier. France. 1:48.56. 7. Bernadette Zurbriggeo, Swilicrland. 1:48.42 8. Marhes Oberholier, Switzerland, 1 'Ja 68 9. Monika Kaserer, Austria, 1:4881. 10, Irene EDDle, Germany, 1:4891 Also: 14 Susan Parlerson, Sun Valley. 26 ' Loslit Smllh ' KUlin « 1 Speed Skating Alpine Skiing Women's Downhill - l, Rosi Milter- maier. West Germany, 1:46.16. 2. Bri- Women's 3.000 meters _ l. Tdtiana *^ r ina, Soviel Union, 4:45.19. 2. Andrea Milscherlich, East Germany, 4-4523 3 Lisbelh Korsmo, Norway, 4-4524 4' Karin Kessow. East Germany, i:4'slb i Inej Baufimann, East GormanvU:.^? 6, Sylvia Fillpsson, Sweden. 4:4815 7 Nancy.Swlder. Park Ridse. ill., 4:4846 8. Sylvia Burka, Canada, 4'49 04 9 Siitip van der Lende, Holland; 4:50.86 l£ Erwina Rys, Poland. 4:5095 Also: 11. Belh Heiden. Madison. Wis , 4-5757' Seikkula. Minneapolis, Hockey Results Group A Russia 16, Poland 1 Czechoslovakia 5, United stales 0 Finland 5, West Germany 3 Hockey Standings Group A Swim Results Russia ?echos, , jnland West Germany United Stales Poland Austria Yugoslavia Swilrerland Romania Japan Bulgaria I t p t s . gl ga 2 0 0 i 22 3 ? P 0 4 7 I t I 0 2 6 j 2 0 0 2 0 0 Medal Standings Deb Secrist Invitational fl-Under Boys TM f " -- 1. Peter Thompson, A S T , 18.5 M f« - I. Steven Frccfricks. EY. 1.15.7 75 Back - |, Chuck Levinus, GSG 180, 100 1M- I, Levinus. GSG. ir789 H F 'y -- 1, Fredncks, EY. 40,6 25 Breast .-- 1, Levinus, GSG. 19.7 50 Free _ 1 Fredericks, EY. 33.7. 25 Free-- l Fre- Berlcks. EY, 14,8. 50 Back - l, Levinus. ·GSG, %o 50 areas! - I, Levinus. GSG 45.5. TO Medley Relay - l. Ariiona -Swim Team (LaFortd, Pefyak Vera Thompson), 1:27.7, 100 Free Relay -- l' East Y [Vukovich, Giordano. Janes Freoerkksl. 1:10.9. j""«TM. B-Under Girls 25 Fly -- 1. Amy Biehl, unatt.. 204 100 Free -- 1, Tracv Elias, YS. V163 25 S! c ...~ '· Healh er Havncs, MAC, 21.0 S°Ji '· Fra "-te O'Learv. MY, 1:27.4 » Fly-- I, O'Learv. MY, 40,6 25 Breast -- 1, Havnes. MAC. 17,1. 50 Back -- l O'Learv, MY. 42.8. SO Breasl -- 1. O'Lea" ry, MY. 47.2. 100 Free Relay -- 1, Metro Y tO'Learv, O'Learv, Hall, Berk). l:ll.l 10-Under Boys 50 Fly -- l, Tim Healy, MY, 33.0. 200 Free -- l. Chris Hecrdt.GSG. 2.199 so Back -- i. Hecrdt. GSG, 3 5 3 100 IM -- i K a r t Slump!, SGS. 1 : 1 0 4 6 . 100 Fly -- 1 Hecrdl, GSG. 1:10.6. 10 Breasl - i' Stumot, GSG, 38.5. 100 Free -- l Chris rtr" j n M. AC «-r" l IM - '' S| umpl GSG. 7.29.9. SO Free -- l. Robbie H a l ings, MY 28A loo Back' - 1 Heerd , GSG. 1:17.2. TO Breast-- i. sieve Shea rin, MAC. 1:730 200 Medley Relay -- 1 Metro Y ICamillo. Hastinos? Healv' Bf^^'^'lJ 127 .-- 4 ' mr f'. n Re '« - * BoXlsc Y h,!? a o3'5 nBS - F " isflma ". "M'v: w-linder Girls so Fly - i. He, siephanie Osborn unatl., and Judy Pendlelon. SYP 32 ° so Back - t. qsborn, 35 6. 100 IM - i, u'e? "e Hawrylklw, JPSC. 1:185. 100 Fly _ i Pendlelon, SYP, i:i«.7. » Breasl -Osborn, 38.3. 100 Free -- i Pendlelon' SYP. 1:06 6 200 |M _ ,, Me lod» Hwk "; wS'in^'ini.? Free - '· fondleton m r M3 i,'?' Brfa »' - I, Osrjorn. 1-22 7 Sovicl Union East Germany United Staffs WestGcrmanv Finldnd Au^lria Switrerlana Canada Norwav Todays Results Nordic Men's combined 70-meter iumo and 15- kilomeler cross country -- 1. Ulrich wehlmo. East Germanv. J3 3v points 2 Urban Hetlich, West Germanv. -"8 M 3' Konrad Wlnkler. Easl Germanv, J17 J7 s, Rauno Micllinen. Finland. J 1 U O ~ 5 Claui Tuchscherer, East Germanv. ·tD9. 51. 6, Nikolav Naqowiuin, Soviet Union. J05.4J. 7, Valcriv Kjpaev. Soviol Union, 406. M. 8, Torn Sandboro. Worwav ·j°S.i3, 9, Pal Schielne, Nor«av, W3.55. 10. Erkkt Kiloinen, Finland. JO? 26 ,.. AI 5? : i Ji Jlrr Galanes, Bratlleboro. Vt.. 381.13 X. Mike D c v c c k a , Bono., Ore 1O 88, 29. Walter Malmnuist, Posl Mills , ifr" 7 f° R T Ari '««i er a s , - VMrT- rl? a ^T 1 Team; E y - E a s X io9^ ~ cena "f Swim Gau- Jfos, JPSC -- joe Phillips Swim Club- MAC - wesa Aquaffc Club. MY Metro YMCA, SYP _ scoitsdaic YMCA Piranhas,- YS -- Yuma Sldewlnttcrs lloiiniliip Soccer Goolagong beats Wade CLEVELAND (AP) - Australia's Evonne Goolagong picked up her second straight first-place check yesterday with a f2, l*-6, 6-2 victory over England's Virginia Wade in the $75,000 women's pro tennis tournament. It was the second victory Rats, for Miss Goolagong in as many weeks on the tour this season, and it marked the third time in four tournaments this season that the veteran British player has lost in the finals. Miss Goolagong picked up $15,000 for the victory and Miss Wade $8,500. Miss Wade, won the first game of the match with four straight points then fell apart before the determined effort of the consistent Miss Goola- The Australian won the next five games, breaking service twice and closing out the first set in 21 minutes. 4, Jones o 00 0. Marlin 0 W)0. Totals 4025-29. J MJ '1. Anderson .» J9 » 37 -- X» 37 JO 32 w _ 105 Golden State Portland ..... Fouled put: G. Johnson, Sleelc Total 12 U 47 S 6 : " ffll ·"""aTM M TM Lakers 97, Hawks 89 L O S ANGELES: Calhoun 2 0 - 2 4 . . ATLANTA: Brown 4 1-2 9 Drew a run 16. Soiourner 6 3-3 IS, Hor1dersJrf]H ft Hudson B 6-7 22, Hawkins 3 1-2 7 Wil- touahbv o 2-2 2. Van Arsdale 2 M4 Ho- land2MI4. DuV al 10-02 Totals 37 15-19. 38 23 20 24 -- 97 24 15 n U--eH Los Angeles Allanla ...... Tote' louls: Los Angoles 23, Atianla 21 man A - 4 59" S An 8 El " Coach Shar^ Suns 107, Sonics 101 PHOENIX: Heard 4 4-i u, p f rr l 7 M 1 v 3 00 van , I 01 :";??' 5 " '"· Oleynick "' Dcrlino 3 M B Phoenix. Seattle . " 24 54 27 13 -- 107 29 21 J4 50 7 -- 101 Fouled, oul: Heard, Adams. Walls Total louls: Phoenix 32, Seatlle 30 , d. A ul i : 3.co9' !rs ' Phoenix ^ Mac- . i i Boston St. 102, R.I. Col 93 Boyvdoln 63, Mlddleburoy 54 Brldaeporl«, AssumpTlon 81 Buffalo St 72, Akron u 72 Canlslus B9, DkjquesneBI CjrTOlole-Mellon 1S, John Carroll 80 Cheyney 94. Millersville 71 Clarion B5. Pitt-Johnslown45 Colgate 45, RPI 40 Curry 69, Framfnoham St 68 C. w. Post 71. Southampton 66 Dartmoulh 63, Brown S4 Delaware 84, Bucknell 73 Dominican 77, Manhattanvlllei 1 ! Ocwllng 8S, Klnos, N. Y.68 Drew 74, New York Polv 46 | Connecticut 99, w. Connecticut 94 E. Stroudsburg 77, Allentown6B Grove City Ji Fredonia St 36 Hamlllon 78, Osweoo St 59 Hartford 90, St. Anselm's 72 Harvard 73. Yale 63 HaverlordW, Swarlhmore 77 Indiana, Pa, 87, Alliances? lona 84, Maine 67 Jersey City SI. 86, N. J Tech 52 Lafayette 70. Rider 55 LeMoyne S9, Rochester 70 Lowell 87. Nichols 75 Lvcoming 76, Etmira 75 MJine-Forl Kent 86, Kent 75 Maine, P-G 75, S.F. Maine 65 Manhattan 79, Fairfield 69 Marlsl90, Bloomtield 76 Mass. BA, Connecticut 73 MIT 78, Clark 75 Mercvhurst 73, £dinooro 72 Nasson 89, Hawthorne 72 New Hampshire 63, Boston Col 61 New Haven 93, Mcrrlmack 91 New York Tech 64, Hunter 51 Nlaoara 51. Army 50 N Adams St. 92, Fllchburo st66 Nvack 74, Ramaootf? Oneonla St 54, York 38 Penn 94. Columbia 7 Phil. Textile 65, Ell;abethlown 59 Morehouse 83. Clark B2 Morgan SI 74, N Caro AT 67 Newberrv 84, Lander 80 N. Orleans 95, Southen, N. Orleans 68 NlchcJIs 81, Tennessee-Martin 64 N Alabama 51, SE Louisiana 47 N Carolina 97, Furman 64 N Oeorola 87, Southern Tech 84 NE Louisiana 87, s Alabama 70 NW Louisiana 83, Troy St 76 ft^SfflSS "AIZ?^ 1 ""' Tenn « Salisbury St 79, RanrJotDh-Macor, 69 Shepherd 95, Bluefield St 90 S Carolina 65, Temple 58 S Carol SI 79, Md., E. Shore 73 e 80. y s Caro-Aiken 77 u H hfi r .'?! le /-*'' Geor tila S t w Vanderbllt 71, Georgia 69, OT Vl'dlnia Tech 80, Geo. Washlnolon 73 VporhMs 120, Denmark TEC 92 Wake (7^5, jj, V | ra | n , ·j,'- W V 1-ojn a Sf 83, Beckley?! W Virginia Tech 61. Morris Harvey 56 W Maryland 65, Geltlysburg 56 William Marv 68, VMI 62 Wotlord 74, Cent vJttttvana Midwest Ohio Northern 0, Baldwln-Wallace 60 Oklahcwna 64, Kansas 63 Oral Roberts 107, Lamar 92 OHerbeln 58, Wooslcr 57 Purdue 85, Wisconsin 74 SI. Cloud82.wlnona66 |j. Francis, Ind. 91 Grace 88 SI. John's, Minn. 81 Concordia-Mrhd 62 SI. Joseph's, Ind. 78, Butler 77 St. Louis 66, Cincinnati xavier 61 SI. Mary, Kan. 75. Bethany, Kan. 66 SE Oklahoma 64, NW Oklahoma SJ S Colorado 60, Washburn 54 S Dakota SI 78. S Dakota 77 SE Missouri 7Z Cent Mlssour 71 Sterling 68. Southwestern, Kan 66 Titfin 114, FI.WavneTa Toledo 69, Kent SI. 60 Transylvania 65, Centre 60 ·Tusculum 75. Marvvllle 73 UT-chattanoooa 65, Dayton 63 Urbana 82, Ohio Dominican 58 Wabash 74, ocPauw 68 Walsh 105, Geneva SJ Wayne St U 109, Chicago SI 101 W Michigan 76, Cent Michigan 73 Weslmar 90, Bethel, Minn. 67 Wichita SI 70, Tulsatl Wis-Eau Claire 72, Wis.platlevillc-66 Wis-La Crosse 100. Wis-Supcrlor 77 Wls-Oshkosh 80. Wls-Rlver Falls 68 Wittenberg 73. Ohio Western 59 Wright St 76. Cleveland St 62 ' Yankton 55, Sioux Falls Col 46 Pro Hockey NHb CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick DMiion Philadelphia 33 10 10 °7s A fn N Y . Islanders 55 14 6 w Atlanla 25 24 a N.Y Rangers M M 6 Smylhe Division Chlcaoo 23 15 16 Vancouver 20 zj ·- SI. Louis 19 Jj Minnesota 16 33 Kansas Cllv 12 35 NATIONWIDE: IF WE SAY WE LL FIX IT, WE LL FIX IT RayooAutOan Truck Center . AMERICAN FOREIGN AIJTO C( TRUCKS SPECIALISTS 58 1!U 168 46 175 223 10 62 166 146 50 174 161 « IM 19! - 36 130 168 6 30 127 228 WALES CONFERENCE Morris Division Montreal 39 7 B 66 228 I u jgySrU" ,| | I O2JH Adams Division 33 II 9 75 209 154 30 15 9 49 231 142 23 20 II 57 191 184 19 29 6 44 161 183 Boston Buffalo Toronto California ,, Denver New York San Antonio Kentucky Indiana St. Louis Virginia ABA 37 12 32 )8 29 20 29 23 78 25 21 3? 8 42 PCI .755 .wo .iS ,S28 .404 .160 New York 110, Indiana 101 San Anlonlo 1)2. Virginia IM Denver 116, Kentucky ll-i Today's Games Denver al New York SI. LOUIS, vs, Virginia af Hamilton Spurs 112, Squires 105 VIRGINIA: Bennett 4 5-7 13. Wise' 6 0-0 ft Nater 2 1-2 5, Taylor 4 2-2 10, Calvin 5 3-4 13, Schaefler 1 3-3 5. TwarrJrik 4 0-0 B. WrrftiM Hjftr ' '-' 13 ' Jack5M1 S SAN ANTONIO: kenon 8 1-27, Olberd- Ing J 4-5 10. Paulti 3 1-2 7, StlaS 9 7 I 25, Potsdam St'l07,'c'lart r son n r7 St * 5 Princelon 53, Cornell 35 Providence 103, Holv Cross 85 Queens 71, Coast Guard SB Qulnniciac 69, SE Mass 82 Rhode Island 71, DePaul 70 Roberts Weslevan 97. Zrock, Canada 87 Rochester Tech 62. Geneseost 43 Rutners 86, Navy 71 TMa'" St. Bonaventure98, Long Island u 87 St. Francis, N.Y. 84, CCNYdS |t- F j ran , c1s l p a- 80. SI. Vincent's 67 SI. John's, N.Y. 77, Fordham 67 SI. Lawrence 73, Hobart63 SI. Michael's 84, American Int. 78 Siena 66. Albany St, N Y 58 Springfield 77, Brandels 66 Spring Garden 79. Wilmington 5s Stonv Brook 82, Brooklyn Co 63 Susguehanna 81. Delaware Valley 67 Trinity. Conn. 92. Colbv 65 Vermont 84, Boston U 82 Vlllanova 75, w Virginia sa Wagner 61, Slonetilll 59 Wesl Chester 62, Lehigh63 Williams 70. Weslevan, Conn. 57 , r i , t , a e · - ard 7 o-o 4, C a r l 1 0-0 2. Dlelrick 0 M 0. Totals 46 Virginia aan Antoi 24 28 30 7J -- IDS 31 73 25 33 -- 112 Tolal fouls: Virginia 32. San Anlonio A - 7 DIB Cd(: Sa " An '°" iG Coa i:h Bass. Nuggets 116, Colonels 114 KENTUCKY: W. Jones 5 3-1 13. Lucas 13 1-1 27, Gilmore u 9-14 37, Damp er 5 :1-3 13, Joyce 2 1-2 5. van Breda Kolfi l 2-2 4 fl% V !f l lofai 0 s4 l ?|.ir a TM """- T " om3s ' . D E N V E R : B. Jones 5 M 10. Thompson 12 7^ 31, Issel 10 5-5 25, Williams 3 4J 10 Slmoson a 3-4 19. Websler 0 2-2 2. Terry 3 !i « ·S erard ° M "· Beck Kentuckv . Denver , . . 32 2i 2A 30 .27 25 30 34 1H Total (puls: Kcntuckv 22, Denver 25 TnreO'DOml goals: Neumann. Tectinical- Jovce, Kentucky coach HuSie Brown. A: Nets 110, Pacers 104 1 n \ , r , , , . ' n MB, Ealtms 0 3-3 3, Williamson \\trfK, Skinner 4 2-3 10, T c r r v 2 0 - 0 4 , Bassetl2t: ' . ' ' 2 ' 3 "' Hwh " 4 '" 2 '· nisht 10 12.14 32. Robisch 6 . flmore 5 « 14, Buse 4 4-M3 Kel ler 1 3-56, Lamar 5 1-1 17, HillmanOMO, Jqun^dfield 3 1-2 ;, Jordan 0 (W) ri. Totals South Alabama 86, Auburn 75 Alabama AM 69, Alabama 51 79 Atcorn 82, Tougaloo 55 Apnalachlan Si 64. Baplist Col 63 Athens St 72, St. Bernard 70 Atlanlic Christian 73, Pleifler 57 Austin Peav 89, Murray 78 Avprelt Col 86, N Caro Wesl 82, OT Baltimore 76. Towson 59 Benedict 80, Morris-Brown 72 Berry 64, Piedmont 71 Bethel, Tenn. 75, Belmont, Tenn 73, OT Bethany, W.Va. 76, Thlel 68 Campbell 62, Francis Marion 58 Centenary 87, s Mississippi 67 Chris. Newport 78, Brldgewater 73 Ciladcl 91, Richmond 79 Columbus Col 83, Augusta 80 Concord 82. Davis Elkins 75 Elizabeth Cifv St. 85. Hampton Insf 67 | m or.v «. Henry 83, Hampden-Svdnev 77 Erskine 64. Presbyterian 53 F airmont SI 70, Wheeling 65, OT favette'/ille SI 1M, SI. Ajsustine93 · Florida 78. Mississippi st 71, ny Florida Southern 93, Blscavne84 Florida St 68, S Florida « Florida Tech 94, Rollins 77 Gsrdner-Webtjijc. Belmont Abbey 51 Georgelown 87, Pikeville 86. 20Ts Georgia Col 63, Shorter 76 Georgia Sou. 78. UNC-Wilminglon 53 Georgia Tech 76, N Caro SI 67 Glenville St 93. w Libertv 76 Grambling 96, Mississippi Vly 69 Huntingdon 69. Belhaven 65 Jacksonville 5190, Delta St 70 Kentucky 5193, Cent st, Ohio 71 Lee 65, Tenn. Temple 77 Lenoir Rhyne95, High Point 76 Libertv Baptist 79, Mei(no«ite 61 AIBIM162, Ollvel60 Aquinas 108, Marlon 83 Ashland 91, Adrian 60 Augsburg as. SI. OlafiO Augustana, III. 76. Morningsirte 64 Auflustana. S.D. 72. Carthage 71 Ball 5184, E.Michigan 7B Bethel, li.d.77, Goshen 71 Bethel, Kan 94, Kansas Newman 79 Calvin 64, Haxit Carroll, Mwil. 80, N. Montana 66 Calawba 78, Eton 75 Cent Mclh. 93. Mld-Amer. Nararcno 78 Clnnnnall 67. Jacksonville 62 Concordla Sem. 95. Harris Tchrs 72 Dakota Weslevan 76, Springfield 71 Dana 98. Cncrdls, Neb 76 Deliancc9l, Findlava? Denlson a /Marietta 51 Doane 101, Midland 72 Dr. Martin Lulher 78, Coocordia-SI. Paul Earlham 90, Hanover 88, OT Emporla SI 90. Kearney 7B Eureka 72, Greenville63 Fallh Bible 72, Calvarv Bible 67 Fl. Havs St. 60. N. Colorado 58 Friends 84, Tabor 68 Grlnnell »2. Lawrence 84 Guillqrd 82, Mars Hill Bl Hamlin? 56, Guostavus Adophus 47, OT Haslinos 103, Nebraska Well 67 Hiram B9, Case W Reserve 66 Hyntinglon 54, Trl-State 52, OT Illinois Weslevan BO, Elrnhurst 51 Indiana Cent 68. Franklin 60 Iowa 65, Minnesota 58 Iowa Wesl 74, Wm. Penn 60 Kansas SI 60. Oklahoma St 55 Kansas Weslevan 96, McPherson 60 Kenvort H, Heidelberg so Mianil. Ohio 70, Bowling Green 43 Michigan st S3, Ohio SI B2, OT Milton SB, Carroll 63 Minn-Duluth 50, Macalester 46 Missouri 98. Color ado 78 Mo-Baptisl 75, Baptist Bible 74 Mo-Kansas Cllv 83, Evangel 77 Mo-Rolla8|,NE Mp.64 MO-St. Louis 94, Indiana St-Evansville E8 Mo-Western 93, Weslminster, Mo 55 Mounl Union 92, Oberlln 80 Musklngum 58, Capital 51 Nebraska-Omaha 68, Youngs lcr.vn 55 N Dakola St 78, N Dakola 70 N Michigan 95, Ferris SI 58 NE Oklalioma 72, sw Oklahoma 58 Nthwstn Col. Minn. 66. SI. Thomas 65 NW Mo. St 104, 56 Mo. St 101. OT Noire Dame 117, Davidson 74 Southwest Ark. Monlicello 67, Millsaps Sa Be hany Mai. 78, Lubbock Chrislian 56 Dallas Baplist 92, Oklahoma Baplisl n E. Texas 58, sw Texas S4 Houston 99, Rice 79 LeTourneau 86. Trinity. Tex. 66. 2 OTs McMurry 85. Midwestern St 80 Pan American 111, Denver S3 Paul Quinn Col 107, Arkansas Baptist 85 Prairie View 108, Jackson SI 93 S'-Mary's. Tex. 71, SI. Edwards 5i 5MU 79, Texas 76 S. F. Austin 87. Sam Houston 82 Texas At 88. Texas-Arlington 84 Texas AS.M 78, Baylor 63 Tex. Sou U ice, Southern u 90 Texas Tech 82. Texas Chrlslian 75 Texas Weslevan 65. Phillips 66 W Texas 68, New Mexico St 66. OT Saturday New York Rangers 5, Detroit 4 Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 2 Kansas Citv 5, Washinglon 1 Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 3 Buffalo 4, Minnesota 3 Toronto II, Boston 4 Yesterday Pittsburgh 7, Vancouver 3 Montreal 3. New York Rangers 0 Philadelphia 4, Ne*v York Islanders 2 Chicago 4, Washington 2 Boston 7. Detroit 0 ' Toronto A, Minnesota 1 California 5, Buffalo 5. tie Todays Games No games scheduled Tomorrow New York Islanders at Vancouver SI. Louis al Montreal Los Angeles al Washington 4-WHEEL BRAKE RELINE INSTALLED BY FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC · Replace lining tuid jhoei to oil 4 wh«li. * Turn cbums and pock bearing! » Complt'e cheek of all hydraulic iyi1emi WHA East Division · Add brake fluid- road test your car FULL4-PLY POLYESTER CORD BODY Far West Sports Poll Adams 51 82, Fort Lewis 67 Arizona SI 67, Arizona 63 . Boise 5(71, Weber 5(69 Cal Baplisl 78, Aiusa Pacific 58 Ca Lutheran 115, Callc-ch61 Cal Polv-SLO 64, Weslmont 58 Cent Washington 104, E Oregon 86 Ch co St 68, Sacramento S t W . Col of Sanla Fe 102, Colo Col 93 Colorado St 93,'Brigham Younq 84 Domingue/ Hills St 54, Fresno Pacilic 52 E New Mexico 88. Panhandle 66 Fullerlon SI 72, San Jose SI 56 George Fox 97, Lewis-Clark st 69 Gomaoa 60. Montana 49 Greal Falls 67, Montana Tech 72 Havward SI 59. Huniboldl SI 47 Idaho 77. Montana 51 75 Long Beach St 92. Fresno St 67 Metro SI BO, Rockmont 61 New Mexico 69. Texas-El Paso 58 New Mexico Hghlnds 108. Wsln St 87 N Arizona 59. Idaho SI 57 Northrldge SI 89. Chapman 84 NW Mazarine 61, Warner Pacific 77 Oregon 79. Calilornia60 Oregon Col 81. Oregon Tech 70 Oreson St 62, Stanford 76 gallic Christian 95, LA Baplisl 74 Pac lie Lutheran 77, whitworlh 70 RedlandsBl, La Verne 71 San Dieoo 73, UC Riverside 56 San Francisco 86. Santa Clara 73" Seattle 7B. St. Mary's 72 Seatlle Pacllic 71. St. Martin's 55 S Utah 107. c Mines 78 UC. Davis 98, Stanislaus St 74 UCLA 91, Wahlrislon St 71 Mh 07' w Barb - ara l07 ' Los Utah 87, Wyoming 69 Washington 91, Southern Cal 79 S K, ew J^ e ? lco S*- Mesa Col 53 W Washington 81, S Oreson 71 Westminsler65, Regis 62 Whitman 75, Pacific 68 Whittier 99, Claremont-Mudd 67 Willamette 101, Western Baolisl 55 I Pis gl ga 5 55 179 168 5 47 181 193 1 45 197 ZJ3 2 44 143 164 New England 25 25 Cleveland 21 27 Cincinnati 22 30 Indianapolis 21 30 West Division Houston 34 16 0 68 218 178 Phoenix 26 20 6 58 198 176 San Dleoo 26 23 4 56 209 186 Minnesota 25 22 4 54 177 186 Canadian Division Winnipeg Quebec Calgary Edmonlon Toronto 38 19 33 17 26 23 20 14 IS 32 Saturday Quebec 4, Calgary 4. OT, tie Winnipeg 4. Cleveland 4. OT. fie New England 7, Toronto3 Indianapolis 5. Cincinnati I Phoenix 4, Minnesota 2 Yesterday Winnipeg 8, Calgary 4 Quebec 5, Edmonlon 4 Cleveland 6, New England I Houston s, San Diego 2 Minnesota 3, Plioenlx 3, OT. tie Today's Games No games scheduled Tomorrow Tor onto at Caloarv San Diego al Minnesota 1 77 245 168 4 70 242 2W 3 55 198 176 3 43 193 243 5 35 215 262 CHL 19 95 MOST CARS Self-Adjusters Slightly Extra WIDE 7 RIB TREAD FOR A .SMOOTH QUIET RIDE SIZE PRICE 34 I MONTH OVAKANTEE AS LOW AS '18' lie* BLACK 878-13 PLUS$I.83F.E.T. WHITEWA.LIS J3.00 MORE PER TIRE B78-13 C7« 13 C7H14 E7H-14 F7S-14 C,7«-14- G7S-15 H78-14 H781£ S13.88 $19.88 $21.88 $22.88 $23.88 ,$24.88 F.E.T.' ,_$1.83_ $1.09 $2.07 $2.24 $2.41 S2.55 $2.63 $2.77 SUN ELECTRONIC ENGINE TUNE UP Electronic Infa-Red Equipment Check emission sellings and s SI 65 Dallas Tulsa Oklahoma City 23 Salt Lake Cltv Z3 FortWoMh 15 Tucson 10 I Rts gf TO 9 65 19J 144 ID 60 188 156 7 53 175 175 4 50 192 194 14 44 188 187 9 29 148 238 Tesicrdays Kesuns Tucson 3, Oklahoma City 2 Today's Game No games scheduled How Hie Too Ten teams In The As fj oci ? lt f 0 5T? S * ma l9 r college basketball poll fared last week: V Indiana 19-0 beat Michigan 72-67, OT 2. Marauette 18-1 beat Manhattan 78. 59; beaf Detroit 68-66 3- Nevada-Las Vegas 23-1 lost to Pep- 4. North Carolina 13-2 beat Detroit 91. 76; beal Georgia Tech 79-74; beat Furman 97-64. ' ' 1 " bCdt Vir0inia "*' .19 24 30 27 -- 110 ...27 12 37 26 -- 104 Tolal fouls: New York 34. Indiana 21 Technicals: New York: Loughery, Terry, Indiana. El more 2. Leonard. Three- coin! goals: Busc, Keller. Lamar /, S.IKJ. K£!5i ld !? t Ctl 5 '' UNC-Greensboro52 Middle Tennessee 71, w Kentucky 6S Morehcad SI 72. Kenluckv S3 7 Rutgers 19-9 beat Princeton 7W2: beal west Virginia 66-76; beal Navv Bfr 8. Tennessee IS-2 beal Mississippi Slate 75-66; beat Kentucky 92-85 "'" 11J "' 9. UCLA 17-3 beat Washinglofi 92-67 Washington State 91-71 10. Norm Carolina State 16^1 beat Clemson 97-89; beal Furman 10?76; lost lo Georgia Tech 7867. MclNTOSH Stereo Components Speakers -- for Highest Reliability Tucson's MclNTOSH Sales Service Center 4659 £. 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