Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 62
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PAGE 62 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 Lake Placid Pro Basketball entry is OK :···.· , : :· 9? ' · ' . ty Tin AuKUM rnu i" The American entry of Lake ; Placid, N.Y., into the four; way competition for the host aole of the 1976 Winter Olym- ; pics is welcome and valid, the '·· International Olympic Com- imittee (IOC) has assured the 'U.S. .Olympic Committee ·(USOC). : ; Officials from the small Adi- .'·rondacks resort village, many 'residents of which have nur- ;tured ..cases of "Olympic fe- ;-ver" for years, were en route ,'to Montreal yesterday for a 'flight to Switzerland when a ^USOC official discounted ear- flier reports that the IOC was ; not inclined to accept the U.S. -entry. "A site to replace Denver as "the 1976 host is to be chosen ;by the IOC this weekend at a ;four-day meeting beginning to- :· day in Lausanne. The Lake i-Placid delegation flew there to ^present its bid personally. £ .Lake Placid was, accepted 'by the USCOC Wednesday as 'the official U.S. entry -- com;" peting with Innsbruck, ;i-'Austria; 16 French communi- ^ ties near Mont Blanc and ; Tampere, Finlauu; ; ~ ; The village's leaders had i been bidding for that acceptance and the chance to again host the Olympics for years, before Denver was chosen by the IOC and again last fall before Salt Lake City won out ; over the New Yorkers' bid.. . Salt Lake City withdrew its \ bid on Tuesday. Salt Lake City ·; officials -- who had sought full ? federal funding -- were in; formed that the funding could Jnot be obtained .before the '.- IOC's selection meeting. - Colorado voters forced Dehl ver to give up the host role in November. ;. Art Lentz, USOC executive " director, said in New York yesterday that he had been informed by the IOC president, -Lord Killanin, that the Lake Placid bid will be welcome and would be considered along 'with the European cities' bids. :", An IOC spokesman in Lausanne said the Lake Placid bid would probably not be accepted by the IOC because the ·international group had not ". been notified of the new entry ; before the Jan. 15 deadline or, indeed, been officially notified at all. "That deadline was simply for notifying the IOC that a · nation would have a candidate," Lentz countered. "I am sure others are trying to read other things into it." * Lake Placid Mayor Robert Peacock and the community's three-man Olympic committee left Montreal last night for Switzerland. A fifth member '· of the delegation, a veteran Prep Wrestling Pueblo 29, Rincon 20 Rlncon 100 Harrickl 107 Batcy 2 114 Fornandol:32 121 Soils 1 128 Sizemore 4 13J Alvarez 1:37 uo Caoana 0 147 Pain 2 15/ Salnzl 169 Chris 2 .187 RodoS HW Mason wbf Pueblo V.lla 4 Echanorano 2 Zamorano wbf Taoia 1 (draw) Luccro 0 Durazo wbf Martinez 3 Cuoatas 7 Rivera 1 (draw) Rc/cs 2 (draw) LODOZ 0 Cancz 1:38 Javvee -- Pueblo 43, Rlncon 19. Frosh -- Pujblo 48, Rlncon 8. OillcnO Aldrlch wbf Hume 5 Peterson wbf Mvles 6 (draw) Hoick 1 Vcrduzco 0 (draw) extract 0 Ryan IS Sahnaro 41, Catalina 10 Calalln» . sahuaro 100 Hodman t 107 Flerrol:4S 114 SchmelderZ 121 Lovdt 2:56 728 Rcaolc6 134 Clarke 0 UO Sclimeidcr 0 . 147 Melcndez? 157 McGlnnlsl .. 169 Chlrumbolol:2S Welnstcln wbf 187 Roark 0 Schoonovcr 9 HW Agullar4:45 Wright wbf Jayvce -- Sahuaro 38. Catalina 14. Frosh -- Sahuaro S3, Catalina 8. Sunnyside 32, Tucson 30 Sunnyslde Tucson 100 Tona wbf Zazueta 5:28 107 Parra wbf Davidson 5:02 114 Kin 4 Wafers 121 Duran 4 Vlllcgas 10 128 Tona 14 Coclo 17 134 Larrlnaga 15 Gobea 6 140 Vasquezv/bf Diaz 3:52 147 Escalantc 10 Rapoaport 1 157 Tayhr9 Arvizu 9 (draw) · 169 Robles 6 Romero 2 187 Zam-'ano5:52 Anderson wbf HW Tadeo5-31 Aoullar wbf Jayvee -- Sunnvslde 47, Tucson 9. Frosh -- Tucson 34, Sunnvslde 27. Cholla 30, Salpointe 24 Cholla 100 Conciz 107 Armenia 5 114 B.-avo 7 121 forfeit . 128 Macho 5:59 134 Bravo i 140 Puqhl:55 147 Sereno4 157 Hammond 8 169 Ramirez 8 Salpoinl* forfcii Oulroz 0 Ragel 1 Smith Robles wbf Lopez 2 Dorgan wbf Cozzcttl 3 Rcchart 0 WoodS 187 Martinez w b d e f Smith HW forteit Gamez Jayveo -- Saloolnte 30, Cholla 28. Frosh -- Cholla 32, Salpointc 26. Canyon Del Oro 30, Flowing Wells 18 FW 100 Glvcns 0 107 Looez 4 114 Freeman 3 121 Harsls 2 128 Valdez2 134 Riordan I 140 Hall 6 147 Swonscr 157 Engelhart 4 169 Cutliol:25 187 Matthews 2:28 HW Lottwbf CDO Molina 2 Molina 10 Sanisva 0 Carreon 9 Dobbins 0 Lewis 0 Jones 9 Kler w b def Alien 2 EWinq wbf RuCker wftf Hearon 0:28 Jayvee -- FlowlnB Wells 25, Canyon del Oro 18 FrosH -- Canyon dol Oro 47, Flowing Wclto ' NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atuntic Division won l«tt Boston ........ ... 41 9 New York ....... 43 13 Bu.falo .......... 17 35 Philadelphia ..... 4 51 Ctfltral Dlvlilm Baltimore ....... 33 II Atlanta .......... 29 2 Houston 29 21 .447 .345 .7)1 ffl MS 1 25 Total fouls -- Golden State 17, Omaha 20. ADA EAST wan Kit VCt Carolina 40 17 ,702 Kentucky 36 18 .6J5 '.370 .309 S'/2 bobsledder and North Elba Town Board member, James "Bunny" Sheffield, was in Zurich, en route to Lausanne. Peacock has said Lake Placid will be submitting the same proposal he presented to the USOC before that group picked Salt Lake City. The mayor said the village is holding to its view that the games can be staged for $22 million. He said existing facilities from the 1932 Winter Olympics, when Lake Placid hosted the first winter games in the United States, can be used, with some repairs. Midwtst Olvlilon Milwaukee 37 15 Chlcaoo 31 20 K.C. Omaha 26 31 Detroit 22 31 Pacific Division · LosAngele 41 11 .788 Golden State 33 21 .611 9 Phoenix 8 28 .472 16$ Seattle 17 31 .309 25 Portland 13 40 Mi 28 Yesterday's Garnet Kansas City-Omaha 98, Golden State 96 Los Angeles 120, Phoenix 106 Today'! G»nw( Atlanta at Boston Milwaukee at Buffalo Philadelphia at Detroit New York at Baltimore Houston at Los Ang«l«» Chicago at Seattle · .661 .554 .518. .370 .351 KC-' ·b 17 '/i Lakers 128, Suns 196 Los Angelet 9 Brdgs McMln Chmbln Gdrch West Erckin Price Counts Rlley Trnr Grant y 2-t f l! photnlx .Mi 4 4-4 t 4-4 7 4-4 jo' VArsdi 10 Green 0-0 Walk Scott Hskns Clhn SMI Lvtn " «-M 29 22 6 1? 7-9 9 4-4 3 0-0 4 1 2-3 3 2 - 3 0 2 - 2 0 1-3 Basketball Scores - Totals 4S M-Jt 1M Tttalt 41 14-M 1M LMAnftlM ...11 jj Jl W-'JJ PhOCnix 2* M 19 M--1M Fouled out -- Erlckson, Los Anscles; C Tote'l fouls"-- Los Angeles 28, Phoenix 31 Kings 98, Warriors M EAST Notre Darn* 82, Vlllanova 66 Roger Williams 137, New England Col. 90. St. Joseph's, Pa. 82, Manhattan 61 MantclalrSt. 86, Monmouth, N.J. 75 Gannon 64, St. Francis. N.Y., 56 Alliance 45, Grove City 13. E. Conn. 78, Westfleld 69 John Jay 70, Pratt 63 Adelphl 78, Yeshlva 38 Itaca 85, Rochester Tech 76 UDsala 81, Moravian 56 Phlla. Pharmacy 81, Lincoln, Pa. 78 Qulnnlpiac 13, New Haven 65 Sllonery Rock 78, Mercvhurst 66 Falrfield U. 67, Detroit 73, three OTs U. Mass. 90, Maine 57 SOUTH Va.Tech91,Fla.St. 82 Salem, W. Va. 64, Fairmont* 1 Lenoir Rhyne 92, Plelffer 49 Louisville 91, Bradley 74 Carson-Newman 71, Term. Wcsleyan 3 Furman 66, Richmond 62 Columbus Col. 90, Valdosta St. SO Georgetown, Kv. 100, Thomas More 80 Ky. St. 91,Plkevllle»2 New Orleans Xavler 79, Tulanc 77 Tenn. Tech 74, UNC-Charlottc 68 Ncwberry 84, Morris 69 Barber-Scotia 61. Livingstone 58 Huntlnodon M, Troy St. 69 Memphis St. 73, Drake M NELa. 76, NWLa.70 Campbillsvllle, Ky. 64, Union, Ky. M MIDWEST Rio Grande 74, Berea 71 Gand Valley 93, Shaw M Neb.-Omaha to. Neb. Wesleyan 42 Morris HIM 49, Erskine «, ovirtlm* Wls-Mllwaukee 76, Cincinnati Xavltr 67 . Mayvllle, N.D. 76, Valley City, N.D. 73 Mich. Tech at MoOrhead, Minn., pod. W. Texas «, Wichita St. 75 Okla. ChrlsT'Tk, rfitha'nv Naiarent 70 Dakota St. 72, S. D. Sprlnofleld 71 Huron Col. II, Northern, S.D. 71 III. Weslevan 73, Wheaton 69 Mlhot, N.D. 75, Dickinson, N.D. 74 Detroit Tech 73, Mercy 72 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Montlccllo 69, Ozarks, Ark. 6t Ouachita 73, Ark. Col. 70 · Southern St., Ark. 80, Ark. Tech 57 Harding 7T, Little Rock 75, overtime Hendrlx 78, St. Col. Ark. 75 Houston 19, Centenary 15 Howard Payne 97, Abilene Christ. 17 Trinity, Tex. 97, Lamar 90 Tex. Southern 91, Bishop 15 St. Louis 69, Tulii 64. FAR WEST Aril. St. 77, Colo. St. 50 Ariz. 87, Wyoming 69 Pacific 74, Willamette 73 Portland 90, Portland St. 76 San Jose St. W, Fresno St, 66 Lona Beach SI. 77, UC Santa Barbara 69 Pepperdlne 97, Seattle 85 Fullerlon St. 70, UC Irvlrw 64 Blola 66, Cal Lutheran 57 . San Francisco 17, Nev.-Las Venal 13 "ianta Clara 75, Ntv-RenO 52 Golden St. ? 9 1 14 Barntt Barry Ellis Lee Mllins Russ 0-0 14 3-3 21 Thrmd Willms M KC-omahi y t t Archbld 14 9-10 37 Green Guckas Kolls Lacey Willms 1 0-0 3 0-0 2 0-0 1 4-4 9 -1-3 9 0-0 3 0-0 TBtals 4110-15 »«! Totals 42 14-17 91 Golden state 24 24 24 24 -- M KC-Omaha .......... 22 17 24 -- 91 Fouled out -- Golden State, Thurmond. Virginia .!"""! 2» 29 NEW York 20 34 Memphis ........ w ^ T 31 Utah 37 19 Indiana 31 25 Denver 29 27 Dallas 20 34 San Diego 20 37 Yittirday'i Harms Carolina 113, Virginia 98 Denver 97, Indiana 92 TwUy's Gam*i Dallas at New York Denver vs. Carolina at Greensboro San Diego at Kentucky Utah at Memphis Tomorrow's Gamit Kentucky at Indiana Memphis vs. Vlrglna at Hampton Utah vs. Dallas at Dcnton UA cagers, Snowden to Fred Snowden, basketball coach of the University of Arizona and players on his winning club will address the ninth annual meeting of Big Brothers of Tucson Inc. on Feb. 5. The rookie head coach from Michigan and team members will appear at the 7:30 p.m. meeting at the · Community ' Services Building, 3833 E. 2nd St. , Besides the team's appearance,, Dr. Jess Farris, director of the Pima County Court Clinic, will lead a panel discussion of Little Brothers. 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SPEEDWAY Hns.»-3:3on« 325-3481 Flyers' Ashbee suspended PHILADELPHIA (AP) - iJefenseman Barry Ashbee'of the Philadelphia Flyers .was notified yesterday by the National Hockey League that he has been suspended for eight games, because of his'alterca- tion with referee Bryaii Lewis during last Saturday's game in Pittsburgh. ;in addition, Ashbee was fined the usual ?50 for a misconduct penalty and ?100 for drawing a game misconduct. Ashbee already has served one game of the suspension. Upon being notified of the suspension; Ashbee,' who has neyer had any previous prob- Hems in 13 years of professional hockey, said: .' "I want to publicly ap'blq- gize to Bryan Lewis, the NHL, my teammates and everyone connected with.hockey." For Wear On In *t«ck . . . no waiting SIZES 6-16, AA-EEEE This shoe is scientifically designed for men working on concrete. It features a cushion crepe wedge sole for ex- ·tra support plus "Sweat-Proof"'split leather insoles for coolness, Sizes 6-16, AA-EEEE in stock. 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