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NBA standings EASTEM CONHMNCE WlMtic DMtta W L W. 3C U CaWnrni. n. UC Dsvij 78. UwoliTS UCIrvtoote. Cal Poly Pomou 59, StcnmcmaSL 30 » iB , e S6, P , P t l « . Westmont KB, Ca! Lutheran K. Portland IM, Domltwuet Hills 91. UC Riverside M, U. £»i CHwo M. RedlancHTX Claremont-fAudd 61. SOUTHWEST SMim Texas 5S. Arkansas 65, Texas Tech 62. Texas AM 64, Rice 61. TCU 73, Baylor 65. ' SOUTH West Virema 100, Duquesne B. George Washington 83. Madison 74. Va. Commonweal!)] 150, St Mary's (Mom Albany St (Ga.) 101, Ft VaOey SL Furman 91, Appalachian 51 Jackson St. 98, Southern 96. Franklin 81, Georgetown (Ky.l 79. MIDWEST ·Gndnnati 6S, Marauette 58. Gannon 66. Ashland 62. Creighton H. Bradley 76. Colorado CoL 101, Colorado Mints B7. EAST PumTSJL Joseph's, Pa. 70. USallete. West Chester 72. Rutgers 110, Delaware 93. ^Massachusetts 73, Rhode Island 72, CCNY 83, Queens 67. FairfieM8?.Corne!m CdgalesTLehigli 64. OT. BuctoSl S, Drexel 64. College highlights LaSaDe 89, West Chester 72-Joe Bryant scored 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the nth-ranked Explorers to an easy win. Bffly Taylor added 15 for the winners in their 10th consecutive win. West Mrgbta 100, Dnquesne 83--The Mountaineers converted-26 of 31 foul shots to only three of eight for the losers in bagging win. The game was bed eight times, before the winners outscored the hosts, 25-8, in final 4:44 ofgame. Gncinnatl (S, Manroette 5S-- Marquette hit only 28 per cent of its floor shots and reserve Garry Kamstra scored 17 points to lead the Bearcats past the No. 12 ranked team at Milwaukee. Furman 91 Applachian St. 52 --Craig Lynch scored 25 points to lead the Paladins to an easy victory. Crefehton 82, Bradley 76-Dong Brooldns scored 30 points to lead the No. 17. ranked Blue- jays to victory. California 89, UC Davis 78-Rick Hawthorne scored 21 and Connie White added 19 as the Bears waltzed past UC Davis in a non-conference match. Leading scorers 30-Ooug Brooklns (CnHjhton). 28-Stan Boskovldl (West Virgins). 25-Cralg lynch (Furman). 23-Tlm O'Brien (West Chester). 23--Roland Jones (Duquesne). !l-Ron Hlnler (SI. Joseph's). J0-amle Hall (West Virgins). ABA standings New York Kentuckv St. Louis Memphis Virginia Denver San Antonio Indiana Utah San Dleso San Antonio Eastern DMtlM W L Pet. B 13 .711 ·.;-!· 30 13 .698 11 21 .391 13 33 J83 ? 36 M Western Dlvbltn 3S ! .(» 29 ·]! M 21 2 .467 21 27 .431 1! 27 .413 Tuesday^ Came 110. Indiana n OB 1 14"! 19'/i a i n 14": IB r? Gimts Tonight Memphis at Kenluck)'. Denver at Indiana. San Diego at St Louis. (Only games scheduled.) ABA highlights SAN ANTONIO-Rkh Jones (TflJ. George Gtrvln (34) and Swen Nater (21) combined tor 63 points to spar* San Antonio past Indiana, 110-91. San Antonio led 53-46 ai half and was never threatened *s the Spurs widerwd »w margin, Scott Avery at Nebraska Former W i l s o n H i g h star Scott Avery, a standout defensive lineman this past season at Long Beach City College, has enrolled at' the University of Nebraska. A v e r y , who attended USC for one year before transferring to .LBCC in the spring, began classes Monday. Avery was recruited by 14 major universities before deciding on Nebraska. CAGE POLLS UPI-- Coaches Team 1st PL Votes Reort Pohirs 1. Indiana (38) (IM!) ............. 4)6 2. UCLA (13-1) .................... 317 1 Louisville (3) (12-0) ............ 2*, 4. Maryland (1) (13-1) ............ JSS i Norm Carolina SI. (11-7) . 73H t Alabama OH) ................. 164 '. USC (13-2) IS 8. iriiora Slate (1S)2) ............ U! 1. Oregon (IM) . « 10. Kentuckv (11-2) .......... S 11. USjlle(14.3l ................. 44 . U. Marquette (11-12 13. Arlionj (14-2) 14. korth Carolina CW) IS.' South Carolina (9~n UN Las Veoas (12-3) 17. Creisriton (12-4) 18. Stanford (W) 19. (tie) kjnas (9-4) (tie) Utah (11-3) 40 27 20 ' AP-Writers T*am WPlVotej. Record Polnrj i. Indiana (45) (1H) »4 2.'Louisville (3) (12-01 7S6 i Maryland (13-1) 740 A UCLA (13-1) 714 5, N.C. Slate 01-2) 473 A. Alabama ( I M ) W J. USCdJ-2) 3S 8. Ore«on(lM) 336 «. USalle (14-1) 312 10. Arijona State (15-1) JOS 11. Kentucky (H- 2*1 1}. Memuetle M1-J1 247 it Ariiona (14-2) 120 I* Nor* Carolina (W) 71 U, Stanford (8-6) S3 f Providence (10-3) .. , S Minnesota (11-3) 17 Kansas(W) " Rulsers (10-J) W JIT. ixPuntue (10-4) J «JW Aulxim (Ml 7 D B .35 W 27 JOO Buttjlo N«w York PhllaoetiMj ' COM Wnhlntlton Cleveland . Houston illsnla New Orleans . WESTERN CONFERENCE MMweit tXvWon Detroit M 15 J7D » 20 .Hi V 21 .51! 23 )4 ^W 3! 13 Jll 23 20 JJ4 B\l » 24 .«5 IV i » n .426 13 S M .122 25 Milwaukee Kansas Cttv-Omaha Pacific Division CoWen Slate 2! 16 .636 Seattle 20 2S .444 Ki Portland 19 24 .442 8'1 Ptwo!» II 25 .419 9 i Us Angeles 17 26 J95 ID'S Tuesday's oames Buffalo lit. Seattle 10! Chicago 97. New York 91 Washington 97, Cleveland 88 Atlanta 135, New Orleans 103 Kansas City-Omaha 109, Portland 106 Boston in. Houston 102 Philadelphia 101. Phoenix 95 Golden State 138, Los Angeles 108 Games Tonight KCOmaht at Washington. Boston at New Orleans. Portland at Detroit (Only ernes scheduled.) Braves 118, Sonics 108 BUFFALO-Bob McAddo, the NBA's leading scorer, fired In 49 point* and Jim McMIUlio added 28 to lead the Buffalo Braves to a US-108 victory over the Seattle Supersonlct. McAddo hit 21 of his 28 shots from the field and snared 19 rbounds to insure the Braves' sixth consecutive victory. SEATTLE (101) Cray 7 (M) 14, Jackson 6 64 II, Fo ( 56 17, Clark 3 2-2 I. Brown U (H) 20, Watts 0 2-2 1, Burleson 6 1-3 U. Skinner I 0-0 8, Derllne 3 1-1 7. Tolals 45 11-23. BUFFALO fill) McMillan II 64 2!, Washington I 44 6, McAdoo II 7-10 49. Wlnlleld 1 IM) 1, Smith 6 1-1 IX Weiss 0 04) 0, Charles 5 M 10, Marln 3 4-4 10, schleuler 0 041 0. Totals 41 21-17. Seattle U H 19 H-IU Buffalo 17 37 U 16-111 Fouled out: None. Total Fouls: Seattle 71, Buffalo 20. A: 10.271. Hawks 135, Jazz 103 ATLANTA-Tom Van Arsdale tossed in 26 points and rookie John Drew contributed n as the Atlanta Hawks swept to a 135-108 win over Uie New Orleans Jan. Pete Maravicb, who saw only brief action In the first half for the expansion Jazz, scored 26 points to lead the losers. NEW ORLEANS 1101) Johnson I (M) 8, Stallworth I 5-5 17, walk 7 2-2 16, Barnett I W 1, Maravich 13 0-0 26, Counts 1 W 1, James 7 1-3 15, Adelman 1 6-10 10, Nelson 2 il 7. Tolals 43 17-73. ATLANTA (!!!) Brown 7 5-5 19, Drew 9 54 13. Jones 3 (Ml 6. Henderson 4 (Ml B. Van Arsdale 10 7-7 17, Soiourner 6 2-2 14. Memlnger 17, Gllllam 2 1-4 6, Welrel 3 1-2 7. Kaull- man 3 7-4 B. Tolals 53-19 39. New Orleans U J' Atlanta 15 30 11 11-135 Fooled out: None. Total fouls leans li, Atlanta 2i. Technicals: Walk, Bamett 2, Slallworth. A: 3.5M. Bulls 97, Knieks 94 NEW YORK-Forwardi Bob Love and Cbe Walker combined (or 56 points to pace the Chicago Bulls past the New York Knieks 97-M. Walker's Ihree- G ' it play with 32 seconds left gave the s the win. CHICAGO (97) Love 10 M-ll 31, Walker I 9-10 25, Thurmond 3 04 6, Sloan I Ml 8, Van Lier I 15. Guokas 0 0 - 0 0 , Block 1 0-0 2, Wilson 3 00 6, Boerwlnkle 0 M 0, Dwelt 1 (Ml 4. Totals 37 2315, NEW YORK (91) Bradley 5 M 14, Jackson 5 6-7 16, ( _ ndli 6 3-1 IS, Frailer 6 64 IB. Monroe i (-9 16, Davis 2 1-1 5. Blbby 0 IM) 0, Rlket 0 0 0 0 , Win90 0 (M) 0, Bell 0 0-2 0. Totals 33 26 34. ChlcajO 21.14 19 33-97 New Yott 13 11 29 14- Fouled oul: Jackson. Total Fouls: Chi. caw 28. New York 23. Technicals: Gianelli, Davis. A-19^94. Bullets 97, Cavs 88 CLEVEUND-Mlke RlorJau tossed in 22 points and EMn Hiyes helped out with 20 as the Washington Bullets topped the Cleveland Cavaliers, 97-88. The losers narrowed the score to 80-78 with 5:20 remaining, but (our consecutive points by Rioruan with two minutes left put the winners ahead, 91-80. WASHINOTON 071 RlorOan i 64 a Hares 8 4-5 20, Utiseld 5 1-1 II, Chenler 7 7-1 16, Porter S M 10. Robinson 2 (M) 4. Weatherspoon I 2-2 4, Koielko 1 (Ml 2. Tolals 40 17-11. CLEVELAND (H) Smith II M 22, Davis 4 1-1 9. Patterson 4 M 9, Cteamons 7 67 W, Snyuer 5 2-2 11, Walker 1 04 2. Brewer 6 (H) II, Foster 1 0-0 1. Totals: 31 Wlhnstn 2i U 11 15-97 Cleveland 11 II II »-" Fooled oul: None. Total Fouls: Was Inglon 18. Cleveland 21. A: 4.718. Kings 109, Blazers 106 KAS'SAS Cm'-Nale Archibald hit 23 of 25 free throws and scored 41 points to lead the Kings over Portland, 109-106. BUI Walton played 29 minutes and was held to three field goals and six points. He grabbed only eight rebounds. PORTLAND (IM) Wicks 6 S-9 17, Johnson 9 M IS. Martin 3 0 - 0 6 , Petrie 6 M 12, Lumpkln 0 (VO 0, Steete ( « 20, Walton 3 0-4 6. Wilkens 3 5-7 ll, Heal fc 4-7 16, Clemens O f " " Totals 44 16-31. KC-OMAHA (109) Wedman 7 M 14, McNeill 4 54 13. Laen- I M 1 Archibald 9 23-25 41, Walker 10 0-1 20. Williams 2 3-4 7. Behagef S M 6. Kosmalski 2 2-2 6. May 0 " " " D'Antool 0 04 J. Totals 35 Jf 41 Portland 21 IB 33 24-106 KC-Omaha 31» 26 25-109 Fouled oul: Sleele. Tolal fouls: Portland 34. KC-Omaha 23. Technical: Lacey. A: 5J54. rfruins 113, Rockets 102 HOlXTON-John Hivllcel scored 22 points and added 12 assists to lead Boston to an easy 113-102 win over Houston. The Celtics took the lead. 1816. with 3:55 remaining in the first quarter. Dave Cowens pulled down 17 rebounds. BOSTON (111) Havliek II M 22. Wson 6 3-5 IS. Ccw- era i 1-2 H. Chaw 5 1-2 11. White S !-2 12. Art I 04 2. McDonald 0 04 0. Silas 5 04 10. S'acom 3 2-2 i. Weitpnal 6 2-3 14. Tolais 51 II16. HOUSTON (1011 TomtancvMi 3 2-3 S. Ratletf 9 Hawes 4 2-3 1G. Nev^in 3 2-2 S, '' 4-4 34. Bailey 1 M 2, Kurwrt 3 1-1 7. RiHrv S 1-2 11, Wohl 0 04 0. Tolals 43 ISIS. BoHwi 31 31 17 24-113 Houston 11 is 17 29-IB Total touts: Bastwi 21, Houston 13. A:4,SS7. 76ers 101, Suns 95 PHOENIX-Fred finer poured in 30 points to htHp Philadelphia break a four-game losing streak with i !')l-?5 win over Phoenix Carter scored 10 points ic the first quarter to help the (Sees grab an early lead. Charfie Scott kd all scorers with 34. PHILADELPHIA HID B-istow 5 2-4 12, toll 4 2-2 10. Ellis 1 2-2 4. Carter 13 no 30. Collins 9 7-7 a. Lee : 5-7 11. TsOTOl 3-3 5. Smith 1 04 !, CaMv inss 1 04 2. Bovd 0 04 C. tdals 38 S-3S. PHOENIX (95) Bantom 17 M 4. Perry 5 2-2 12, Awtrey 2 2-2 6. Jackwn 2 04 4. Scott IS 4) 34, Van Arsdale 3 7-10 IX Saunders 4 !-2 0. Hawlhomt 0 2-4 2. William 0 04 0. ,SV cfvfm 0 04 0. Totals 31 19-27. Philadephii 34 U 1110-111 Phomii Jl 14 » 2- 9i FoyW oul: Banlom. Jackson, Scon, Mi. Toljl IRI||- PWljoWpHl 26, phomii JO. Technical: Carter, Perry 2, Yin. Co Pineda laid to rest Fellow jockeys Bill Shoemaker (left) and Laffit Pincay (center background) were among pallbearers at funeral for Alvaro Winter slo pitch Gobnl7,Ma?nln,de3. GUMarmm5.eimRaml. Aepic Amln t, Amerkan While !. CAME8 TONIGHT Pineda Tuesday/Pineda was killed at Santa Anita Saturday. More than 1,000 attended the Catholic, funeral Mass. -AP Wlreptialo Huntirigton rallies for Huntington Beach, trail- Ing 45-36 entering the final period, putscdred Katella 23-7 in the fourth quarter to post its fifth consecutive Empire League win, 59-52. Phil Dunkelberger (19) and Todd Gassman .(9), scored five and six points respectively in the final period to key the win. Chris Wing, who scored 38 points, poured hi 15 in the last quarter including · the winning free throw in the final six seconds, to pace Kennedy past Saddleback, 80-79. Wing pulled down 17 rebounds and shot 68 per cent from the ·field. MARINE LEAGUE GAHDENA (83): Dorsey 25, HamUilj 18, Bailey 4, Kemp H, Smalls 13, Cul;): Thcus 22. Fletcher 20, 'erkins 6, Henderson 2, Ushok _JIi-* ,14, Hoover 9, tajMassei 9, Savage 21 15-7M 16 18 .-» · ·nt: RayBrom Sierra 64, SominguezKl OCEAN LEAGUE HAWTHORNE (61): Bob 3, Lewis 13, Benjamin 11, Welch 16, TurM',, 6 ' Dewlne 4, Conrad 2, Thomas 3, Rcba- .TORRANCE (86): StableliU, , M WEST. . Ncu 20, Inccs 2, Vogels Crespin 7, liorton 3, LOCKE Carter 15, ciriSS":.'.:.. 21 B 18 23-33 Locke 22 15 30 21-88 Correspondenl: Nick Tbeus LBCC-- · * " * ^** ^^* (Continued From 01) a de, a y game," said LAKERS LOSE ANOTHER-- , 28, Nes 17, r 4, Scapa . . 5 20:- 16 20-4i! WTtmaice-.-U 29 26 15-86Correspondent: Tom Sutherland ; ORANGE LEAGUE EL DORADO (94H Bwnyan 10, Heennn 17, Lauehland 7, Wllhers I I , Farra 7, SherbacK 6, Sedan 9. Gecter 4, Crawford 2, Jorales 8, Smyth 5, Becht 4, Fine 2, Nesittl VALENCIA (57): Rodriguez 3, Traeger 7, Garcia 10, Taylor 10; Nater 23,TUtelftze4. EfDorado 20 24 ' '»- 24-94 Valencia 7 17 18 15-57 Correspondent: Tom Schufield FREEWAY LEAGUE TROVffil): Carmlchael 4, Parker 18, Dover 4, Omaled 10, Erlckson 6, Kingdon 3, Pepper 12, Clark 1. SXNTA ANA VALLEY (77): bolden 23, Turley 15, Dexter 5, S. Morales II, Hindi 14, Evans 2. F. Morales 5. . . Troy :..l4 11 15 21-61 SAV 12 21 24 »-T7 Correspondent: DaiiDy Alcale La Habra 68, Buena Park 52; Savanna 67, Lowell 65; Fullerton 54, Sunny Hills 52, OT. , 17, t step above boredom nl Jit ' t v i l final H,, Despite the final two- (Continued From C-l) excellent over-all team- has netted more than » PO Had l th a e ga w mae rriors not been so -r ahead the oeen so ,ar aneaa tne veteran forward w o u l d hivp exceeded 40 for the nave exceeaea w tor me KATELLA (52): Dunn 20, G ta ! V t - h e will get the ball a teammate who does. credita biy scoring 23 ?£ in the^nal ever. « i « u hawker. He had seven stanza nd wasn't used , eai ., because the cause hall g , De i ; ' 1U! ' e lne Ldube was hopeless. v e r y v i t h t h e w a y he shot," said Sharman. "I can see where he is '. ca " BB V WI1C1C "·= « going to give us a lot of ' nff thp o f t e KENNEDY « ^ 4, Mon F r u, Hwpen 4, uTM 2, c. tfmg si, way. u.Xwingi.Treckcre. SADD^ACK (79)-. Peterson. w,w. Fletcher n, waTM 9, j. Fletcher w, eigh.pohit Viking lead by A t t T a t point Viking Steve Sincock drew a foul Ha, Barry is clearly «£*«** his teammates are vastly underrated, especially *** 49ERS STAGE LADIES' NIGHT cainoun .:.... ja vi M t i 6 : Pro cage briefs «j« iwgm-*^, our c«n g «, ~ Snakcy't iST 7-«, Slow Bailers v«. *!)AZZ (NBAI-Slotwl fret ascnt Ofla Moore, cut by the PlUora. . , . cn Truckers; 8.M, Fire Bugs vs. RailrotKl 15, -"-*" ' " """""' - - ° lals Metro standings ... , · Conference Lv^r-all * ! ,J W L Pet. W L , 1 7 Long Beach J 1 .667 14 7 . it ElCamino 2 1 .667 13 8 "" Sakerslleld 2 I .667 17 4 ,., Pasadena 1 1 .667 14 4 i« Pierce 1 ! .333 7 10 n, LAVallev 0 3 .000 3 16 Tuesday's Results _.,h Lonq Beach 50, Pierce 48. Dr "· Bakers! leld W, LA. Valley 82. Pasadena 76, El Camino 69. Jj' gen after conta'olling a cw jump ball between Hau- J c gen and Rod Dalton. Sincock went to the line, but nur . his attempt was off target ·** and Lew Cohen rebounded "«. for Pierce, only to turn the ball over after 'two ei^ steps when it became iker trapped between his knee ° ta " and his dribbling hand as -w he tried to bring the ball CM. up court for the tying bas- Gia. ket Pierce attempted only s«f 17 shots in the first half, o£ yet had an ample chance H|J to take the lead from the « free throw line. Using the stall e f f e c t i v e l y , the Brahmas forced the Vik\ ings to press and that ! '· brought on fouls. ^ Had the Brahmas hit all iier five of their first half free iS throw attempts they "" would have entered the locker room at with the game tied. But they man- h i t aged only one of five and « Long Beach led at the ?«' half, 26-19. ° ed Indeed, missed f r e e t h r o w s were the rim B r a h m a s ' d o w n f a l l . 1 «· Pierce finished hitting 62 s o. per cent (23-of-37) from the field, but sinking only j£ two-of-seven free throws. 5 Long Beach took 11 more °- shots than Pierce, hitting -106 22-of-48 (46 per cent). The in- Vikings cashed in on four cev - of five from the line. Pierce FO FT R A TP Cohen 6-v (M 6 1 12 ,, Lincoln 4 - 8 0 - 1 2 4 8 r; Chocate - . . 2 - 5 (H! 4 1 4 TM Blessing 5-7 1-2 0 2 11 ,'/ Hauoen trt M 4 0 13 ] , Rcemer M 0 - 0 0 0 0 r ?I Phillippi (H) M 0 0 0 11 Team 4 Total 23-372-7 M S 48 cw- LBCC FO FT R A TP !-2 Decker 0-1 0 - 0 3 0 IS 5 V-arques 4-9 (H) 4 3 14. McHugti 6-10 2-2 2 14 Sincock 7-9 0-1 1 14 Dalton 3-7 2-2 0 8 ^ King 2-S 0-0 1 4 1 5 Radioed , 1 - 5 0 - 0 1 2 I. Lenjen 0-1 M 0 0 is- Peters 0-1 0 - 0 0 1 0 Team 5 11] Total 23J8 4-5 24 13 50 IB Hatrtime score: LBCC 26. Pierce 19. Fouled out -- Pierce (Haugenl. AW. - 450. 4 Biola sets io « scoring mark M Biola outscored L.A. ^ Baptist 64-35 in (lie second s. h a l f to post an 114-81 ,, NAIA District 3 Northern ^ Division victory at Biola *i- Tuesday evening. N Biola broke its school n, scoring record of 108 set 11 in 1968-69. Biola's second » h a l f also tied a school record for most points in 20 minutes. The old mark was set in 1962 UA. BAPTIST ffl): Autry 10, Cjtron en 14. Patterson J, Frtfrs 2. BfOU (114): tfrukirk i! Worthy IS, Ruh-ntwr 4, Incr.im M. Chri!tians«i 2, Wi*b 9, Mihw 2, Wnghl 1. Cole 4, * Conner J, Ttcncnthalrr ^ B u n n 2, »· Wark«illn6. t- HMrnt am: Blnla 50. LA Baptist eua.^u^.^a.u. tajgnj tho PBQV fa-sthrpnk Goodrich ::::. 32 10-20 3-4 2 4 2 3 Beach State off cias have A ferocious competitor, Barry, the easy tastbreak Lantz M M w t i n · " A t ^ n f ,,,,,_,,,,, Pa,, /.oioh^QtoH hiohirfv, f n a r h Rill Sharman lav-ins and Beard's nlav- RusseH 2 ' i"13 *' 3 ] M announced · t h a t women Kay celeurateu tus uirtn- i/oatn DIII oiidinidii in ms diiu nedius \iiay B « 10 o-i cw i o o ' ni ho orfmiiinH froo t« dav bv hauling down 17 admits the defense is making turned the game winters 8 2-4 2-2 1 1 6 wl " " e d . a TM"";" Ir ?, e "f u a j uy nauuiig uunii 11 :,,. i _u Love 3 4 - 4 0 - 0 0 0 8 thp 41PFS Pacific Coast rebounds in 26 minutes. «potty at best.. Only for- into a laugher. SinS» :: 3 o-o M i i o , , . , , . . "I'K,; ^t, · The rugged 240-pounder is ward Corky Calhoun, cen- Sharman kept the lock- ^jfTM^ W8 »* Is 22 IM i? 7h!i £mT «»!,,« IT ' adept at keeping the ball ter Elmore Smith and er room doors closed for ·· · neioa i game dgdinbi u.. alive on ^ the offensive guard Pat Riley can be 10 minutes. He said later g r *»?!? : .«S F vV» FT « R A^ Pacific Thursday night. ; . boards even when he considered adequate. he went over the faults TMf g £} " ,? \ «' The game, which begins doesn't control it Riley, hampered by a which have plagued the Board ..31 9-16 1-1 4 5 19 a ' ° " C I O C K , win oe Beard, meanwhile, is an knee injury, hasn't played club all season-namely kit" 50 ".: ';» ' M i ·? '5 P Iayed in thc Long Beach effective playmaker. He since Jan. 3. It is doubt- defense, poor rebounding g»g a s-io -M j 3 10 Arena. _ . . doesn't make bad passes ful, however, if Sharman position and turnovers. G. Johnson ...22 t* M .10 2 12 unescomu women win takes only high percent- will utilize him in the fu- "What can I say I have- S/::::::: ] il !1 ! o 3 I ' rec f'y e ,? - f . ree re ^rved age shots and has the tare. The coach seems n't said before?" he g*!^' 5 « 2! ,{ ° 6 s * at !? ] he !? ge sec , ODhs : speed to keep the fast- content to go with Stu moaned. TTMaT 5 T?!Wm 22-23 i! 32 na Escorted women will be break attack cnurmng. Lantz as the No. 3 guard. The coach was pleased soidenst. '::::.::.... 3231 33 «-i3» s e d t e a n e x l ro l n e l r The Warriors, besides Gail Goodrich played' with Russell's play, how- A:7 ' W7 - escorts. \ , · : * · · . ' · " . · . : ' NO OTHER WAGON GOT BETTER EPA GAS MILEAGE THAN AMERICA'S LOWEST PRICED WAGON. According to a compar- Isnt it nice to know you ison of Manufacturers' can get the lowest priced Suggested Retail Prices, the ,wagon and unsurpassed 1975 Vega Wagon is the EPA wagon mileage in the lowest priced wagon built same car? · ' · ; / · · : ' in America. See your Chevy dealer ' According to California today. Test drive the 1975 . figures reported in the EPA Vega, America's lowest, . . Buyers' Guide, the 1975 Vega priced wagon. T I / ^ ^ - ^ . ( 1 / n ' f n /-YVI rift 1/17 l / i n / i 0 -^ "*··"'"- "···«·! m", 1 , ""^I(^L 'i^aibk-mch 2-b^rFl-- ^^ ·SjT.-^JL' iesi, ci/ict 10 nijj^ in the city driving test. No v 1W$f\ M American-built wagon tested ^m/mfiJLjifm got better gasoline mileage. W *w^**^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f Chevrolet ^^^^^^^^H^^HI · ' ' . " ' ' ·· .'W

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