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·-Notlhwest Arkansas TIMES, Moiictciy, April 19, 1976 BRAVE EFFORT .-i-.76'ers Steve Itllx (SO) gets a hand on the ball as he and Joe Bryant (23) try to slop Buffalo Braves Jim iWcMilfian from scoring Sunday in Philadelphia. Watching is Braves' Bob Alc- Adoo. Braves won 114-123 in overtime to take the best of the three-game series o/ NBA playojfs lBu.ffa.lo, Detroit Clinch "Division Titles Sun day ·Hy ALEX S A C H A R E AP Sports W r i t e r Remember the home-court advantage, that -much-bally' ; hooed edge for which various National Basketball Association teams scratched and clawed at · . each., other through the Eitial weeks of the regular .season? Well, the Philadelphia TSers .. and Milwaukee Bucks will have all's urn mer to try and lind out f , where i t went. Both teams were eliminated from'the NBA playoffs S u n d a y i n ' t h e type of games in which the:'.home-court advantage supposed to be most prominent . . _ close, hard-fought, pressure- picked c ont es Es, whe re everything is (Xi the line. Both were playing before enthusiastic crowds at their home arenas -- and'both were beaten. The Buffalo Braves, trailing by~;as many as 11 points in the : third period, nipped Phila' delphia 124-123 in overtime: the Detroit Pistons, whose 36-46 regular season record equals 'the-worst of any team ever to - reach the NBA playoffs, ed ' Milwaukee. 107-104. ' Both were the deciding _ games o[ best-oMhree prelimi- 1 nary round series, and the survivors are now matched again! the top clubs in the two conferences. Detroit opens its bcst-of seven series against the defend 1153 NBA champion Golden State Warriors in Oaklam Tuesday and B u f f a l o begins play Against the Boston Celtics in Boston Wednesday. In the only other NBA playoff 1 ime Sunday, the Phoenix Suns ;al the Seattle SuperSonics 103-91 to take a 2-1 lead in their series. T h e fourth quarter-final matchup, between the Clevc- aml Cavaliers and Washington Sullets, resumes Wednesday night in handover, Md.. with Slevcland holding a 2-1 advantage in the bcst-of-seven rRt. John Shumate, who is getting used to bouncing out of hospital beds, made one of his fastest recoveries over the weekend -and it proved fatal to the 76ers. Shumate, -who sat out last season with a blood disease, was fcllod by a wayward elbow Saturday night. He sufiered a concussion, needed four stitches and spent the night in Buffalo's Millard Fillmore Hospital. time rolled the rugged rookie forward was back in u n i form for Buffalo, And he responded with 43 solid minutes, scoring 11 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and Four in overtime, when the Braves needed them the most. FELT Dim' Shumate, who hit 10 of 12 shots from the field am grabbed 10 rebounds, said he felt dizzy and tired during the fourth period and was a l i t t l e woozy during the overtime. Bui the patient survived; it was the 76ers who died. He ably supported superstar Bob McAdoo, who was his usu al self with 34 points and 22 But- when tap around Sunday, Distance Runners Prepare For 80th Boston Marathon By DAVE 0'HARA AP Sports Writer BOSTON CAP) -- The Boston Marathon, one of t h e world' s most p res tigious distance runs, has turned into a h u m a n stampede- Just a dozen years ago, Ihe normal starting field was 250, considered outlandish at the lime. Today, on its 80th anni versary. there were nearly 2,200 entries for the Patriots* Day run from Hopkinlon to Boston. "We've done j us t abou t erything possible to limit the field, even lowering Ihe qualifying time to three hours for ruruicrs under 40, but we still wind up with a big field," Boston Athletic Association race di" rector Will Cloney said. ·" J5epite a wild logistics j a m , CloVcy takes v,liat appears to I h e ' s n impossible task in stride ^.---'-"an'd without pay. A former * Rdslon newspaper .sports editor and college professor, Clmey, now an investment executive, grins and bears it. "This is not bad for a nation that is supposed to be fat, lazy and out of shape," Cloney said during an interruption while checking lo sec if there was enough beef stew for (he run nci-s at the finish at the Pru denlta! Building in Boston's Back Bay. The. winners came from al valks of life. On the starlin: ine on a narrow Iree-linei reel in Hopkinlon for the noo start of the 26-mile," 385-yar run were clergymen, doctor? lawye rs, wri tcrs, la bore rs, st dents. N a m e the profession Ihcy were there. However, in the absence America's best, foreigners fron bo; weather countries figure the favorites. The weal crman forecast a tcmperalur it; the low DOs, and that figure to take a heavy toll. Ther were 1,813 runners f i n i s h i n within the official 31i-hour ti limit last year. The number fig ured lo he reduced in tropica weather. The course record of 2 hour 9 minutes and 55 seconds, s last year by Boston gradun student Will Rodgers, did n appear in any danger bccau of the weather forecast. A n d Ilodgers, Olyr Frank Shorter and Iwo-tirr BAA r u n n c r u p Tom FJcmin were among the absentee They bypassed this year event because of the U, Olympic trial May 22 in E gene, Ore. "It's just impossible to ri. two all-out marathons in such short space of time," Flmlgc said. "There is too much ri of injury, and I've been pointing for the Olympics f o r a couple of years." Vlajor League Baseball By The Associated Tress A M E R I C A N L E A G U E Ensl Yoi-k ilvi'kee 'droll a Him ore - oston leveland cxas '.ik land van City tinncsota alifornin 4 2 3 2 3 4 3 5 2 4 West 6 3 I'cL .714 .667 .600 A13 .375 .333 .(ifi? .667 .500 .429 .375 .333 At Tournament Of Champions January Pockets 345,000 Saturday's Results New York l6. Minnesota 0 Boston 7, Chicago 1 ' Detroit 2, California ft. Baltimore 6. Oakland 1 Milwaukee al Texas, ppd ahi. Kansas Cily 5, Cleveland 3. amc called after 4Vi innings, a in Sunday's Refills Chicago 10.-Boston 4 Minnesota 5, New York 5 Cleveland 6, Kansas Cily 0 Texas 7. Milwaukee 4, 1st Milwaukee i Texas 1. 2nd Detroit 5, California 2 Oakland 2, Baltimore 1, 11 in- ings Monday's Games Minnesota (Decker 1-1) at Boston (Jenkins 0-2) Baltimore (Cuellar 0-1) at California ITanana 0-1), (n) Detroit (ttunie 0-0) at Oak- and (Bahnsen 1-0). fn) Tuesday's Games Texas at Cleveland Chicago at New York Minnesota at Boston Kansas City at Milwaukee, rO Baltimore at California, (n) Detroit at Oakland, (n) NATIONAL L E A G U E East CARLSBAD, Calif. ( A P ) --| 11 is ag i iifi h ones wcr c growing wearier from the stresses of a sport dominated by younger men. Don January' s a t for awhile and thought, he'd pass up Uie Tournament of Champions. "I'd played a lot this year, eight weeks onl of nine, 1 ' said the 46 year-old self styled -elder statesman of t h e ' p r o golf tour. "[ was kiudn tired and L wasn't loo hot about playing," But Ihfi challenge -- and the money, definitely the money -of the prestigious $225,000 event made the old pro reconsider. "Last week at the Masters I decided it was silly. Here 1 am playing golf tor a living and they're pulling up a $225,000 pot for only 22 fellows 'to shoot al, and 1 can gel $4,347 even if I'm last." From the first swing of driver on the La Costa Country Club . course,. .last place was never a threat lo the slow-mov- ng, easy-going Texas native, Ic built a five-stroke lead Eirough three- rounds, easily survived a front-nine threal from young Ben Crenshaw, anc completed one of sport's mosl unusual comebacks Sunday with a front-running five-stroke victory for the $45,000 first prize. January grinned. f i l l s Thicago \ew York St. Louis Montreal ! mcinnali Atlanta Houston San Fran Diego Los Ang \V 6 3 4 4 3 2 West Pet ,BS7 .500 .500 .4*1 .-129 .286 .B25 .625. .600 .5flO AM .143 5 alii relay's Results New York 17, Pittsburgh 1 Cincinnati U, San Francisco 16 "I'm right glart 1 decided lo lay," ho said will] dial cllarac- .eristic drawl after becoming :hc oldest (our winner since L968, when 48-year-old Julius Horos won the Weslc.ticsler Jlyssic. Sunday, he reaped (he profils, carding a [inal-round 69 for a 277 tolal, 11 under par and live Travelers Lose In 4-0 Shutout SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) · The Stirevepori Captains used 10 hits and solid pitching to shut out the Arkansas Travelers, 4 : 0, Sunday. It was . t h e -second straight day ' Uie Travelers failed to score, The scoreless streak now stretches through 20 innings going back to Friday night. Shrevcport took an early leac on Pa ul Dj akon ow's tower ing home f-jn lo left in (he SCCOIK inning. The Captains added two runs En Uie third and a single run in the seventh, "We've gol seven liits..in HIP last 18 innings," said Traveler manager Jack Krol. "That's the whole story right there'. We knew when we left spring train ing lhat our bitting would be a problem: And in the last couple of game s we' ve had no attack..^ all." strokes bolter than Hubert Green over Ihe windswept, 6,855-yard, por-72- 'layout.- BOOSTED W I N N I N G S The prize boosted his winnings lo $05,705 -- by far (he jest of his Uvi) decade career. He did it- with rounds of 71, 68. G9 and 65 in picking uj liis 12th career litle and second In Uus event which he also won in Only Crcnshaw and Bruce Cramplon threatened the old man in a final round which became simply a battle for sec* ond place after January Inrdied the. ISLli hole "with a putt of some 25 feel IP take n three- stroke lead with three holes to play. Green, British Open champ Tom Watson and Art Wall were tha only others to finish Uie lourncy wilh sub-par totals. Watson's final 69 was good for a two im- tlcr-pnr 280, Wall hit 70 for 287 while runaway Master. 1 ; winner Ray Floyd skied to 72-290. The tournament, sponsored by Mutual of New York, was played wilhouL Jack Nicklaus, who chose not lo compete. Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino and Gary Player, who haven't won U.S, tour events in the last 12 months, were not eligible. ' FinAl scores and ^ OTe '^ nn " l ? sCha ^ pfow"«i *Uie K'835yatd. par-72 l-n CoMa Country Club » Don January. ! three-time winner (his season, took second place and §27,000 with a 69 for a 282 total after Cramplbn -- who had co m e ' w i t h i n two strokes of January on I lie front nine despite : a painful stress-fr.ncUircil rib -- made a costly double bogey six on Iho final hole. Cramplon "needed only a pai on 18 to hold second alone, bul missed the fairway, was shorl of the green, chipped poorly and then three-pulled to finish at 283 for. a third place lie with defending champion A! Geiber gcr. ' · · - ' ... $27,000 r , . J U , 6 M ·pfon. IK .62* ,,. .-..ivv, $10.230 Torn Watson, $9,753 Art IVflll,-15,298 Itav Floyrt, SB.R18 Rave Hill. J3.3?A Don Hies, $7,«3 1,011 Crahflin, $7.373 J. C. Suenii (7,273 -Johnny Miller. $7.273 Halo Envin, 15,123 Ton Iversoitt JS.223 Billy Cnsner, t3.~2J Gene LLIUor, J5.723 HoRer Malible.' **.W3 Tom Jenhlns. 11.618 _ Tc/nVelikopJ..M,317 7i4S 69-69-217 697M3 fl-2« 71-71 69 63--2K3 11-70-72-70--283 ·Ji.72.1Z-63.-2Bt 72-7-1-71-63- 2fiS 71-71-72-70-237 73 73-75 63-291 76 73-73-70-'J?2 736976-71-291 72-10-76.74-aW 77-72-73-7O ----291 72-76 71-7I-M3 76-70-73-71--253 '71-76-7275-233 73-77-73-72-23J 75-71-72-75 -2M 77-72-73.73--297 77-75-71-75--2?3 76-75-73 75-2W . 73-78-15-76-333 Cards' John Denny Settles For Win After Striking Out First 18 Expos hounds. McAdou, who had ints in (he third period as tl raves erased ati 11-point (!c I, sent the game into ove me _ after Phifadeipliia tiacl ored six in a row - by sink- g a pair of free' throws with, st ohp second left on the ock after heing fouled hy lydc Lee of the Vpers. Boh I.aniej- scored 28 points ir the Pistons and Curtis Rowc I, but it was a steal and a has- et by Chris Ford with 13 sec- ids left which finally beat the neks. It was Detroit's 12th victory i the · East 16 games and romp led Herb Broun, who iok over as coach in mid-sca- :n, to exclaim: "Mayhe, now cople will finally believe the etroit Pistons are a rcat en- ty!" The Pistons took the lead to lay at 103-102 on a jump shot y 34-y car-old Archie Clark ith 1:16 to play. After each cam missed a shot. Ford wined an in bounds pass by ookic Dave Meyers and scor- d Ihe big basket.. Two free drows by Lanier with 13 scc- Dtids left sewed it up. Brian Winters led Ihe Bucks ilh 33 points. Dick Van Arsdale. his left crist fractured two months age nd still in a splint, came ofl ic bench lo score 15 points and Phoenix a big booal gainst Seattle, He ;also helc "red Brown to 16 points after he Sonics' hackcourtman hac cared 79 in the first two anics. Phoenis led 51-47 at the hall mt stretched it to 78-61 a f t e r a Irong third period, and lever threatened. GarfieUl HcarcJ and Pau Vestphal shared scoring hono: or Phoenix with 16 points each Curtis Perry and Alvan Adam added ]·! apiece. PhilEidcEphia 18, Chicago ID innings St. Louis A, Montreal 3, 10 innings Houston 5, San Diego A Los Angeles ;!, Atlanta I Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 7, New York 5 Atlanta 7, Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 1 Philadelphia 8. Chicago 5 St. Louis 2. Montreal 1 Houston 4, Ran Diego 2, 1st San Djego 11, Houston, 3, 2nd Monday's Games Montreal (Rogers 0-2) at Chiago (Bonham 1-0) New York (Seavcr 1-0) "at St. ouis (F'alcone 0-1).· (n) Los Angeles (Sntton 0*2) at louston (Dierker 1-1); (n) Only games scheduled ' Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh^ Montreal at Chicago Sa'n Francisco at A t l a n t a , (n) San Diego at Cincinnati, n) New York al St. LQ-JJS, fn) Los Angeles at Houston, (n) ST. LOUIS (AP) -- For a Etcher with sugar plum visions, the St. Louis Cardinals' John Denny settled cheerfully lo win. ' "The last three innings I was starting to gel tired," the 6- fnot-3 rlght-hnnder acknowledged Sunday after . turning back the Montreal Expos 2-1. "1 bad to make myself work , " added Denny , who set down the first 18 Expos in a row bdt later required . final-out relief from Mike Wallace. "My curve ball was good. My fast ball was good. It was just that after the sixth inning I was running out of gas/' he explained. "He wasn't lired. He was still making good pitches," Cards pitching coach Bob Milliken observed, however, in assessing Denny's six-bit effort. "Their 11 guys just started hitting him up the middle," $md Millikcn, who summoned \Val- w · lare after Mike Jorgensen hom- ered and Gary Carlr and Larry Parrlsh singled -with two out in the ninth. "Once in a while svhen John tries to hump up he gels the pilch up high, yet Jorgensen hit a low fast ball," Milliken noted. "But with one out to go, it's no time to be cute." JOUGENSEN'S HOMER Jorgenscn's homer, his second of. the year, came eight outs after Larry Biitiner of the Expos interrupted Denny's hid for a no-hitter with a tap down Biittner advanced on Jerry White's bunt bill was gunned down at home plate while attempting to score on a Jorgen* sen double. , Denny, 1-0, then yielded an eighth-inning single to Jim Dwyer but afterword retired Biittner and While in the nintb preceding the Jorgensen blast.' "I threw bim a pretty good pitch," .Denny maintained ol New York Wins Game, Fight the delivery . Jorgensen drove over . the wall in right center field. "He just hit the sonofa- gun." The Cards, in sweeping the two-game series, made the most of a thcee'hit · fourth inning, combing Montreal , left- hander - Dan Wart hen, 0-1, for both thcir'runsi. Don Kessinger opened with an infield single, Bake 'McBrida hit safely to left field and Reggie Smith's grounder brought in the winning run after Ted Simmons singled home Kessinger.' "The thing that's amazing to me is our defense," said Smith, who took note of the tying run Montreal lost at home plate. "I've got three assists already and last year it took me all year lo gel that many," S m i t h observed correctly. "We're challenging -:lhe runners. It looks like they're trying to run on us so I say, 'Let 'em run.'" Seven Homers Montreal's Doby Robbed In Hotel ST. LOUIS (AP) - Monlre? Expos coach Larry Doby wa robbed of $139 in cash, his 19 World Series championship rin anrf other jewelry early Satu day by a woman wielding k n i f e , police reported. A u t h o r i t i e s snifl Doby lo! them he xvas in a corridor i his hotel when he was ai pronched from bebi nd by woman who put the k n i f e lo h hack and ordered him into h 'oom. Professional Basketball Against San Antonio Spurs By The Associated Press XHA Playoffs Qualifying Rouml Best-oMlircc Series Sunday's Results B u f f a l o 124, Philadelphia 123 OT, Buffalo wins series 2-1. Detroit 107, Milwaukee 10-1, )elroit wins series 2-1. Quarter-finals Bcsl-of-Seven Soric.s Sunday's Results Phoenix 103, Seattle 91. Plioe- iix leads series 2-1. Tuesday's G a m e s Seattle at Phoenix Detroit at Golden Slate, first tea me ABA Playoffs Semifinals Besl-of-Scv-cii Series, Sunday's Results New York 110, San Antonio 108, scries lied 2-2, Monday's Games San Anlonio at New York Denver at Kentucky, .series lied l - l - SAN ANTONIO; TCX. XAP -The New York Nets won more i jii'sL the fourth fiame of their American Basketball Association playoff scries against ,lie Spurs Sunday. They won the fight, said San Ankmio Coach Bob Bass. In both locker rooms after the game, talk centered more the second period fight which emptied both bcnchci than on the game, won b\ the Nets 110-108, which evened the scries 2-2. San Antonio's George Kar! squared oFfj against New York's Brian Taylor in the main event. "Taylor just ^ h i t the hell out of Karl," said Bass';'who. several limes has complained the games in this playoff series arc too physical. "We lost the fight. Loo." Before Taylor and Karl could be separated, players from both (cams bad entered other Ulrich Posts Wit HILTON HEAD, S.C. (AP) --I Denmark's Torhcn Ulrich upset Frank Sedgman of Melbourne, Australia lo win the first to-jr- uament of the 1976 Grand Masters Tour Sunday at the Hilton Head Kacquct Club, Ulrieti, the Mo. 2 senior player in the world, heal Sedgman, the No. ! ' " - - - 6-4. arm swinging skirmishes across the court. Police; coaches and referees eventually cleared the ttoor. The brjst-of-seven semifinal series resumes tonight in Un- icindale, N.Y. The other semi f i n a l set, between Denver and Injured Porkers Out For Spring Five A r k a n s a s Razorbnck Injured in Saturday's Ret White game likely have played; their last football of the spring Spring practice will end Saturday night when the second Red-White game is held at Little Hock, Trainer Dean Wfibor said Sunday lhat Patrick ftferlln received a broken wrist and definitely will not 'play until next fall Running back Robin Smith Kentucky, resumes tonight jOirisvill£, wilh the clubs lied 1- Nets Coach Kevin Loughcry aid the fight was a result of be pressures normal lo a phjy- )ff scries. "It's just the intensity f the game," he said, and Tayor agreed. "El's just agrossivc- iess," he said. But Bass r e m a i n e d angry al he Nets. "They're just coming mt and roughing us out of this icrios," lie said. Karl, talking about Uie fight _ust before doctors put three stitches in his chin, said he and Taylor had been having, trouble .throughout- the series. "It seems Taylor has no re ipect for me whatsoever," sair a r l . - " I f I have lo fight liirr out - t h e r e every game lo gel some respect, that's tlie way i' 'itl be." Rich Jones; whom Ihe Spun traded lo the Ncis in the off son, got a lion's slinre criticism from his old club. "He's garbage --- spell il will . capital "G. 11 He's pure rash," said Spurs Genera Manager John Begzos of Jones 'All he did was run aronm punching people from behind." To which Jones replied, "The phiy's been agrcssivc and it' ^oing lo get more ngrcssive Just wait unlil we gel up New York." Bring Texas League Split smashed a round- two doubles and By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It should have been billed as a home run hitting contest. Seven of the long balls flew over Iho fence in El Paso as El ^aso and Amarillo split a Texas League baseball donble- icader Sunday. Amarillo won the first game 5-2. breaking a 2-2 deadlock on Rocky Craig's three-run homer n the sixth inning. El Paso charged back wilh six home runs to take the nightcap 14-5. El Paso's Willie Mays Aikens a n d - Steve Slroughter each hit-two ho-mors and Fred Frazicr Irippcr, knocked in five runs. Shrcveport pitchers silenced Arkansas' bats for a 4-0 victory in Shrevcporl, La. The shutout extended Arkansas' streak · of scoreless innings to 20. Shreve* port also shut out the Travelers Saturday. Pitcher Rod Perry -of the Louisiana club pitched a one- bitter for seven innings before being relieved by Rod Davis and Rich SEandart. Shrcvcnort collected 10 hits, including Paul pjakonow's solo homer, Tn Sunday's oniy other game, Jackson downed Lafayette 7-3 with help from Ken Perry. Midland at Snn Antonio was postponed by rain. Today's schedule apain has Arkansas a I Shrcveport, Amarillo at El Paso, Jackson at Lafayette and Midland at San Antonio, Texas Appears Headed For Title-Again By The Associated Press Surprising Houston invades the hostile Texas AM diamond beside Ky!c Field Friday and Saturday wilh a possible NCAA baseball playoff bcrlh at stake. Houston lost' hvo out of tlu-ca games to defending Southwest Conference and national champion' Texas over the weekend and Ihe balanced Longhorns appear on their way lo' another * league title. The Texas Aggies liad an idle week while the Cougars -wera meeting the Longhorns and the SWC race looks like this: --Texas (153). --Houston (15-S. --Texas AM (10-5). -Arkansas (11-7). Texas entertains Arkansas which pulled off an unheard of TRIPLE HEADER sweep of the Rice Owls Saturday. .The two teams played three''games bccauseUhe Friday game was postponed and Rice couldn't get a Sunday' game out. ; Because . Houston is fiva games.- ahead in ;the; win column. Ihe Aggies "will have to win at least two out of three games or sec their playoff hopes dwindle, Texas AM was runncrup lo Texas last year and played in Iho Midwest Regional. ' , Arkansas is £ till alive for at least a .second place spot. Looking ahead lo the final week of the season, Texas AM is at.Arkansas Friday April 30 and May 1. Texas is al Texas Tech on those same dates. SWC Baseball Bj THE ASSOCIATED Fit ESS Conl All Houston Arkans I. rcl l l i ' 3 .833 29 12 .707 15 5 .1M 29 12 JOT as AfcM 10 5 .667 27 7 ,731 7 .611 29 9 .763 Baylor 10 9 .527 W 13 .--21 nice 9 12 .129 16 22 .121 Te*A Tech 6 8 , 1 1 1 2 5 1 7 -535 - TCU - 6 IS .236 I B 22 Jr/l SMU 0 18 .000 2 30 .063 - Uit WKk'i f c n f f r e n c * ! R«iulU Friday Texas I. i l l u s i o n a. R1oc si Ar- U i i s i a , ppd. Baylor Al Texas Tech, pmdj TCU Al SMU iipnd u n t i l Monday -Tuesday. Satiuriay-Artanfits 4-1-1. Rice 1-10; Texas Tech 128, R A j t o r 197; Houston 10. 4. TOMS V,Y TCU nl SMU ppnd. until Mondflj'-Tue; ri.iy. This \»tk'» Schrdute M u n d a y -- Arkansas al Tulsa f2]{ McNees.e At Texas AJ.-M; TCU al SMU. Tiiesrl.iy-- l , n m n r at Rice, Texns Tech a t Abilene CfirisUan; McNeese al T*sa« AM (21; TCU al SMU ( 2 ) . Thursday-Tech »l Trinity (23. Frldny-Arkanfa* at Tesas; SMU at Dajlon Houston al Tf*« A f t M j T«vaj Tech «l nice: Pan American al TCtl ( 2 . SalunFay-- Arkansas at Tcia* ( 2 ) ; SMU At Baylor (21; Houston At Texai AA-M (2); T«a* Tech si Rice 12}, P*n Araeri, CAH At TCU, senior player, 6-3, 3-6, . injured his left knee and will not praclicc this week Defensive end Johnnie Meadors and fight end Mickey Bit' lingsley :1 Light en sustained sprained ankles and both were termed doubtful for duty this week. Reserve offensive guard Richard F'jlchcr suffered a sprained foot and his status I also is donblFui.- - PIONEER has Homeownefs LOANS '$2,000-^15,000 . 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