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C-2-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) SUNS PRESS 76ERS LtK« Kn.it, ctlll.. thurii. Feb. V. \ta Knicks Rally, Win at Boston Associated Press Walt Frazier and Dick Barnett outscored the Boston Celtics by themselves in an explosive fourth-period burst Wednesday night as the New York Knicks turned a 10-point deficit into a 92-88 National Basketball Assn. victory. The Knicks trailed 71-61 going into the final session at Boston, but Frazier hit for 13 points and Barnett for 12 as they overhauled the defending champs. Frazier's free throw \v i t h 2:23 remaining snapped an 85-all tie and gave New York the lead for good. Neither team scored for almost two min- DAVE LEWIS Spertf Editor Dark Mirage: Tiny Filly, Big Future v Most horsemen attending the yearling sales at Keeneland in 1966 quickly wrote off a little filly with questionable breeding. She was by an undistinguished stallion, Persian Road II, and a mare named Home by ^ The few who did check out the filly a little further were discouraged when they saw how tiny she was. Thus, Dark Miarage, the wonder filly, went for a paltry sum of $6,000. : As thoroughbreds go. Dark Mirage is almost a dwarf. When she won the Kentucky Oaks last May, she weighed only 725 pounds as compared to the average weight of 1,000 pounds for a thoroughbred. - : Dark Mirage has filled out in the past few months arid is now a little over 800 pounds . . . still small. In fact, she is regarded by veteran observers to be the best small horse in turf history. : The only horse out here who is smaller than Dark Mirage is Scrupulous. He weighs only 665 pounds and is the smallest horse in training right now. He recently won a $10,000 claiming race at Santa Anita. SATURDAY, DARK MIRAGE will make the most important start of her meteoric career when she goes postward at Santa Anita in the $100,000 Santa Margarita invitational classic for fillies and mares at a mile and one-eighth. Dark Mirage will be seeking her l l t h consecutive victory when she faces the royally-bred Gamely, daughter of the great Bold Ruler and winner of the 1968 Santa Margarita. TJnraced as a two-year-old because of her size, Dark Mirage reeled off nine victories in a row in a four-month period last year. Her sterling achievements led to her being named three-year-old of the year over such colts as Dancers Image and Forward Pass. The diminutive Kentucky-bred filly began her string of victories last year on March 22 when she captured a one-mile allowance by nine lengths at Aqueduct. LLOYD I. MILLER'S FILLY then proceeded to win eight stakes races, including the Kentucky Oaks, the Acorn, the Mother Goose Stakes, Coaching Club American Oaks, etc. Her narrowest win was registered in her second start, The Prioress Stakes. She won by only one length. Her other stakes wins in '68 were by such margins as 12, 10, six, four and one-half, four and three lengths. ·;. Unfortunately, a hoof infection sidelined Dark Mirage after the Delaware Oaks in July and trainer Everett King didn't send the dark brown filly postward again until a couple of weeks ago at Santa Anita. ?'·· They had planned to run her in the Strub Stakes, but the heavy rains threw her training off schedule, tfius the Santa .Maria Handicap, the mile and one-sixteenth prelude to the Santa Margarita, was picked for her first start in the west. *'··" if if if KING SAYS THAT DARK MIRAGE ran the greatest race of her life in that one when she overcame all kinds of trouble, to score by a neck. * "Only by sheer guts and tenacity did she win," says another leading authority, Lanny Leighninger. *· Her win was all the more remarkable in that she iiarrled 126 pounds, five more than she had ever toted before. Furthermore, the track was a good two seconds slow-because of the rains. ''" Dark Mirage was trapped behind a wall of horses all the way around the track. Jockey Eddie Belmonte had to steady her a half-dozen times and pulled her up sharply once because he had no place to go. There were Worses to the outside and four horses in front of her. ·' Usually when a horse is steadied so many times and then is forced to break stride as Dark Mirage did, rarely are they able to recover. * * * ':. THE LITTLE FILLY STILL was behind a wall of Horses as they neared the 16th pole in the stretch. Suddenly one of the pacesetters bore out slightly. That's all trie opening she needed. ·'·" Dark Mirage spotted the hole herself and drove through it to get up in the last couple of strides and win. As Belmonte said later, "she did it all herself. All I did was hold on for dear life when she headed for that hole. I really didn't think she could make it." ! As it turned out, it was the race of the meeting to date . . . and veteran observers are expecting another great battle in Saturday's race. £ Dark Mirage will pick up more weight than she's ever carried before in the Santa Margarita -- 130 pounds. The powerful Gamely also will carry 130. Some of the greatest mares in American turf history have won the Santa Margarita . . . Busher, Calumet Farm's great Two Lea, Miss Dorcen, Big Brush, Bed o' Roses, Silver Spoon, Straight Deal and finally Gamely. Pickney Sets Harbor Gchrkc Fires 75 Career Point Mark for Publinx Win John Pickney scored 27 points to establish a new Harbor College career record of 1,320 points as the Seahawks closed the season with a 104-69 win over Santa B a r b a r a Wednesday at Harbor. WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE atfila Barbari («) Harbor «"« Msji-foia (3) Hlfner (17) Gcrber 13) Moore f24) (6) e Kan: Hallrl! IS) f PickneM!'! C Desrmnn (14) G Sanders (is G Morris (8) Harbor 4i, Santa Bar- Bill Gehrke, a 15-handicap golfer from El Dorado, fired a 75 Thursday at Medowlark CC for a low net of 60 to win the February Sweepstakes of the Southern California Pub- linx Golf Assn. Low Cross -- Brian Gaddy (Burbank) 6S, Bill McCormlck (Skvllnksl 71, Hank Gowdv (Mcadowiarhi 72. Low Not - Bill Gchrkt (El Dorado) T:15-iO, Jack Riherlson (McldowlarkJ 73-961, tic between Ralph DeChevrleux (Me.-' 1 ?-':- 1 '' "". 10--44 and SHI Connor (Skvllnksl JS-l-f.6. utes, then Barnett sank a 13 footer with 34 seconds remaining and followed with another basket on a fast break with 20 seconds left to wrap up the triumph. Frazier had 28 points, Willis Reed 27 and Bar- ftt 21 for the Knicks. Jones led the Celtics with 22, and John Havlicek got 21. No Blues for Leafs, IV.Y. Wins Associated Press Ron Ellis' 18th goal of the season with 1:29 left to play gave Toronto a 3-2 triumph over St. Louis Wednesday night and moved the Maple Leafs back into fifth place in the National Hockey League's East Division. The victory enabled Toronto to vault over Chicago, which lost to New York. The Leafs have 65 points to Chicago's 64 and trail fourth-place Detroit by four. D e f e n s e m a n Arnie Brown scored twice and the Rangers extended their home ice unbeaten string to 12 games with the 5-3 win over Chicago. The Montreal Canadiens riddled Detroit goalie Roy Edwards for five goals in the first period, including three within 40 seconds, and blasted the Red Wings 7-2. A last-period rally by the Philadelphia 7Gers turned a close contest into a 104-97 victory over the Phoenix Suns. The victory enabled the second-place 76ers to cut Baltimore's Eastern Division lead to 3/ 2 games. Phoenix lost its seventh in a row and its 13th in its last 14 games. Chicago's Bob Boozer sank a pair of free throws with six seconds left to give the Bulls a 124-122 win over Seattle's Super- Son ics. fANFARE TOP CLUBS ON RAM PRE-SEASON CARD ^t \VCNPES. WHAT KINB * WCWStlEWALCWpCS. WILL SIT VtHEHJ HE G*AWAT» F80M CClUSc · Philadelphia Phoenix O F T 7 4-A IS Fox k 1-1 16 GrMor 2 0-0 4 Johnson 9 6-1326 MKenzle 1 0-5 2 Snvdt. 4 22 10 VArdalc 1 4-1 6 \Varlick » 0-2 IS 1 7-2 4 40 24-40 104 Totals 0 f 2 3-5 4 0-0 4 03 . 7 4-5 IS * 6-7 13 a t-i n 4 0-1) Llark Cunham Green Grcer Hallmon Imhofi Jonci Walker Wilson Totals 40 24-40 104 Totals 38 31-36 97 Philadelphia _.. 31 27 23 is--104 Mmnta J4 2» 21 U --n Total fouls-- Philsdelphl» 24, Phoenix 29. Fouled out--Phoenix/ Johnson. A 7,781. New York .. Boston G F T 1 1-2 3 Howell 1 2-3 4 Sander] 10 7.9 57 RuHell 1 3-3 21 Jones 12 4-6 23 Sleafrd 1 1-1 3 Havllcek 1 00 2 Nelson 2 0-0 4 Bryant 0 00 0 Barnes 37 11-24IJ Tolils DBschre Bradley Reed Banner! Frailer Rlordan Hosket Bowman May Totals New York Boston ruoicd out--None i oiai fouls Hew York 24 Boston 24 O F T 5 2-2 12 2 1-1 5 4 2-3 10 9 4-4 22 2 3-4 7 7 7-3 21 1 0-0 2 4 1-1 9 0 00 0 34 10-2J 88 22 20 19 31--9J 22 19 30 17--88 Now that they've moved quickly from defense to offense in the pro draft leaving mile-wide smiles on the faces of the club's hierarchy, the Rams announced today that three of football's winningest teams in 1968 will be 1969 pre-season Coliseum opponents. Capitol Division champion Dallas opens the Rams' six-game schedule on Friday night, Aug. 8. Then comes Eastern Conference winner Cleveland on Aug. 5 Chicago Washln Boozer Boerwkle Hasklns Sloan Nwmark Weiss Clemens Love Totals Chicago Seattle Seattle G F T a M 22Mcschrv 9 6-7 24 Trcsvant 2 0-0 4 Rule 7 8-102! Wilkens 5 9-11 19 Harris 10 2-3 22 Kron 4 1-1 9 Mueller 0 0-0 0 Kauffmn 0 2-2 2 Thorn 45 14-43 124 Totals G F T .1 0-1 f, 7 3-4 17 12 4-1030 f, 6.1 18 8 2-5 13 8 1-2 17 4 1.2 9 3 Center, Vanley Pace Laketvood Steve Center and Greg Vanley came up double w i n n e r s Wednesday i n leading Lakewood to a 5927 non-league swimming victory over Norwalk. LAKEWOOD it, NORWALK 27. 200 Medley ReTiy -- Lakewootl (Gough, Vanlee, LeGault, Malonee) 0 0-1 (l 51 20-35 1!2 31 K a U--\» 3 7 4 0 5 3 2 2 -- 1 2 2 Fouled out--Chicago, Newmark. Seattie. Harris. Total fouls--Chicago 24, Seattle 31. if if if NBA Standings EJslfm Division Won Lost Pel. Benind Baltimore 49 17 .742 -Philadelphia 46 21 .687 3'/i New York it 24 .657 5 Boston _ 40 27 .597 9VJ Cincinnati M 33 .507 ISVi Detroit 26 42 .382 24 Milwaukee 22 45 .321 27Vi Western Division Laker* _ 44 24 .H7 -Atlanta 42 28 .600 3 San Francisco .... 33 36 .471 ll'/j San Dieoo 23 39 .418 15'/7 Chicago ... . 2 ! 41 .406 16W Seattle 25 45 .357 20 Phoenix 14 55 .203 2°'/i Wednesday's Results New York 92, Boston B» Philadelnhia 104, Phoenix 9/ Chicago 124, Seattle 122 Big Effort for Stars The Stars played what might have been their f i n est game of the season Wednesday night, stalling the Kentucky Colonels' hopes for an American Basketball Assn. division title with an easy 129-97 victory at the L.A. Sports Arena. The 5th place Stars did everything well -- shooting, rebounding and dc- ABA Standings R.ESXJH.TS MUml Minnesota Indiana Kentucky 28 New York _ 14 Eastern Division won Lost Pet. Benina 32 26 .552 31 27 .534 1 33 32 .50! IV, 26 .500 3 .276 16 1:59.8. 200 Freestyle -- Cental (L) 1:50, 200 Freestyle -- Center (L) 1: Coooer (Nl, Relmers (LJ. 50 Freestyle -- Allen (N) 22.«, Mai.. nee (L), Smith (L). 200 ind. Medley -- vanley (U 2:1!.3, Neuman IL1, Gouoh (1). 100 Butterfly -- Balnes (N) 1:58.5, Le Gault (L), no third. 100 Freestyle -- Center (L) 49.2 (school record, old record 19.6 by Center, 1968), Allen (NJ, Smith (L) 100 Backstroke -- Balnes (N) 1:00.4, Gouoh (L). no third. 400 Freestyle -- Neuman (LI 4:28.0, Coooer IN), Reimers (L). tM Breaststrcke - Vanley (L) 1:07.2, Calder (Nl, Cooper (L). 400 Freestyle Relay -- Lakewood (Mallonoe, Neuman, Smith, Genler) 'BeYscore: Lak-wood 77, Norwalk 7. Cee score: Lakewood 66, Norwalk n. Correspondent: MALYN MALQUI5T LaPuente Rough on Jaekrabbits in Opener, 9-0 D e f e n d i n g Moore League champion Poly High opened its baseball season on a sour note Wednesday, dropping a 9-0 decision to La Puente. Three La Puente pitchers held the Jackrabbils lo two hits, singles by Donzel McDonald and Jim Lemon. The Hares also committed seven errors. The teams hopes to open its home season today at Blair Field against Santa Fe Springs. Poly 000 000 0 -0 2 7 La Puente 153 000 Ox--» 6 ! Moslcy, Thomas (2), Smith (41 and Manllo; DcLund, Hanley (3), Weams (5) anrl Platt. Correspondent: Marion Glendenning USC Frosh Win Center Bill taylor tossed in two free throws after the buzzer to give USC Frosh a 45-43 win over Irvine in overtime Wednesday night at Irvine. Area Results Crestview League El Modcna (93) orame (3D) Post (3d) F GoywNler (?) Jolinson (S) F Catcs (31) Uwrencc (3 C Krudwia (?3t Carlson (16) G Bcnidl (IX) Jimincz (15) (lamer (2) El Motions sub: Tlvenan (2). Orange subs: Foss (2), Porlcr (1). CorresDonrltnl: DONNA ERVIN Arid Cresrview League Villa Park (53) Mission Vicio (57) Helm (1?) F Gloster (10) Dayton (27) F Gardner (23) Kraae (61 C Kratz (6) Ldcher (2) G Holmes (ID Olson (2) G Masterson (6) Villa Park _ n is 14 13 0-53 Mission Vitlo 1 8 17 9 4-S? Villa Park sub: Lawthw (4). Mission sub: Hazcn (1). PACIFIC COAST Pomona College 89, CiarEmont-Mudd Q Whitlier 93, Redlands 64. SOUTHWEST Tsxas-Ariington 89. Abilen* Christian MIDWEST Marauette 85, Tulane 72. Hnvton 75, Morthead 63. Western Michigan 101, Bowling Green Central St. 44, Ashland 38. Marshall 65, Kent St. 60. Kalamzoo 71, AlbOn 67. Younrjitown St. 116, VVavne St. 41. Detroil U. 107, Canisius SS. Detroi Oral nisius SS. , Nebraska Calvin 86, Central Michigan 72, Kansas Wesleyan ES, Ottawa 30. North Carolina St. 88, Duke 73. Kentucky Weslevan 71, Southern Illinois 6-1. Louisville 93, St. Louis 67. North Carolina f3. South Carolina 62. West Virginia 82, Virginia Tech 77. William Jewell 101, Missouri Valley 75. Washington Jefferson ra, Bethany K EAST Dunucsne 72, St. Francis (Pa.) 63. Lafayette 75, Gettysburg 69. Niagara 1D3, Syracuse 92. Boston St. 109, Lowell St. 88. Villanova 73, seton Hall 56. Bowdoln 76, Bates 75. ,, t Rhode Island 106, Eastern Connecticut Ursinus 74, Swarthmore 63. Philadelphia Textile 108, Mansfield 77- Albanv SI. 81, Ulica 53. California (Pa.) 103, St. Vincent 84. Long Island 72, St. Peter's 55. C W Post 95, Southern Connecticut 92. Indiana (Pa.) ?!. Edinboro SI. 75. MIT 85, Lowell Tech 76. Vermont 97, Norwich 63. * * * Leading Scorers 71--John McElrov (Youngstown St.) 45--Spencer Haywood (Detroit) 33-Bill Smith (Syracuse) 32--Calvin Murphy (Nianara) 75--Wendell Henderson (Lona Island) 24--Johnny Jones (Villanova) 23--Elnardo Webster (St. Peter's) crry Western Division Oakland _ 46 12 .793 Denver _ _ 34 26 .567 New Orleans ..... 31 30 .508 Dallas 23 19 .491 Stars 25 33 .431 Houston 19 38 .333 Wednesday's Results Stars 1», Kentuck 97 Indiana 113. Hew York 104 Houston 136, Denver 122 Dallas 108, New Orleans 101 fense -- to drop Kentucky three games behind idle Miami in the Eastern Division of the young league. The Stars remained three games behind Dallas in their fight for a berth in the Western playoffs. Kentucky Stars G F T G F T Ligon 4 3-3 11 Miller 9 1-1 20 "Jascoe 7 1-3 15 Davis 3 0-0 6 Moore 8 0-? lj Johnson II 2-5 24 Damoier 7 4-4 19 Jackson 8 33 19 Carrier 4 1-3 10 warren 4 6-7 15 Caldwell 1 0-0 2 Loh.-nnn 4 1-5 13 Cnacimn 0 0-0 0 Jarvis n 0-0 0 Darripn 6 3-6 15 Lacy 3 0-0 6 Smith 3 3-5 9 Stone 7 6-6 20 Grey 1 2-4 4 Ivory 1 2-4 2 Totals W 15.26 11 Totals 51 24-31 12 Kentucky 29 22 25 21- 97 Stars 2» 34 3J 26--12! Three point goals--Dampier, Carrier Lehmann, Warren, Miller. Fouled out--rone. Total fouls--Kentucky 25, Stars 2:. A--1,401 Denver G F T Houstn Jones 12 19-24 43 Carls Hghtwr 7 3-4 17 Whtney Tart 6 3-4 15 " McGII 2 1-1 5 Pkwsfcl 0 3-3 3 Beck 6 4-4 16 Hamond 8 5-5 21 Wlbrn 1 0-0 2 G F T 1 44 10 2 4-5 I! 6 3-3 15 5 3-3 15 i 3-6 13 2-3 10 Bckr Swgrty Rhine Krmer . _ Verga 11 4-5 27 Jhnsn 8 3-4 22 Jckbn 6 1-1 16 Totals 42 33-45192 Totals 5227-36136 Denver 34 3« 35 17--122 Houston . . . 31 34 34 30--136 Three point goals--Jackson 3, Johnson 3, Verga. Fouled out--Houston. Kramer. Total fouls--Denver 26, Houston 29. A--51.1. New Orleans Dallas Memorial Hosoital M, Lona Beach Naval Shipyard 50. HP-- Bousguel (LBNH) 'Sweat Sox 54, Long Beach Nauoas 24. HP-- Holm (LBN) 12. Firpliohters 43. Ranchands 36. HP-Schindler (FF) 22. BURROS 56, Rooters 34. HP-- Hazulfa Advance Plumbinn 51, Pineaoples 26. Bohl (A.) 12. Douglas Misfits 40, Harried Bachelors 32. HP-- Mc-Neal (DM) 11. Tnc Oilice 63, Wee Five 52. HP-Zcm- bal (0) 23. Rejects 37, Downtown Y 35. HP-- Sara- cinq R] 14. G F T G F 1 Franz 3 0-0 6 Powell 7 5-7 I 1 Morelnd 10 1-1 21 J.Bcasly 711-1325 Robbins 2 6-6 10 Smith 3 0-0 - J.Jones 8 7-9 23 Boone 7 9-1123 S.joncs 6 5 8 19 Bennett 0 0-0 0 Buller 6 0-0 U Combs 7 9-1025 Govan 4 0-0 B Leaks 2 0-0 4 Davis 0 0-0 0 C.Beasly 1 4-4 Pradd 0 00 Totals 39 If-24 ' New Orleans Dallas Three-point goal: Combs 2. Fouled out--New Orleans, J. Jones, 5. Total fouls--New Orleans 34, Dallas I Totals 3» 3I-" o» 30 » 22 25-101 2f 20 24 35--108 ·J.Jones 2, Butler 2, Checkmates 37, Charlie Brown All- Jones. Dallas, Boone. Stars 35. HP--Oliver (Cl 20. Indiana New York Robinson's Cafeteria 52, The Boys 44. - - ~ HP--Chambers IRC) 18. bara 39. Santa Barbara wbi: Orvdort 14), Hillock U), Panel (3), McLochlln 13). Htrbor subs: Bradlev (10), Malullc*! 16), Bakers (13), Blausticar «;, Groom: (2). Corrtsimdent: EAKL WEI* GIF Playoff Scores AA Yucalpa 55, Needles 50. Yucca Valley 52, Ontario 40. Notre Dame of Riverside 63, Brethren Elsinore 87, Sherman Institute 63. Aouinas 58, Beaumont 54. Ontario Christian 47, Desert 57. Boron at Death Vallco, postponed until i tonight. WL Hockey Dcnvrr 4, Phoenljf 0. Portland 6, San Dicoo l. (Only pamci scheduled). GAMES TONIGHT At Jefferson: /:15, Martin Decker I filers vs t Churc.. .. Bodv Snalchers vs. Beer Bellies. At Poly: 7:15, Doug Ids Sonlcs vs. DouDlas Ramp Rats; E:15, Wooden Keo vs. The DOBS; 9:15, Turncoats vs. Nu- Pike. At Wilson: 7:15, Fritz Carter vs. VIPs; 8:15, Saints vs. URW Local 100; 9:15, Leuders Park vs. Gas Chamber. At Hucihes: 7:15, Pacific Coast Club vs. Bardwcll Supoiv; 8:15, Golden Lantern vs. Cftl Bowl; 9:15, OPEN. Brown Nellicky Daniels Lewis Perry ThacKer Peeplei O F 13 3-5 30 10 9-1030 2 2-2 6 2 1-1 5 A 1-2 13 1 2-2 ? 1-2 _ 5 1-2 11 TolalS " Indiana .......... - ........... ____ ....... ... New York ..... _ ........... H 25 74 79-- 104 Three-ooint coals-- Indiana, Perry 2. New York, Simon, somerset. Fouled out-- New York, Simon Total Fouls-- Indiana 21, New York 24. A-- 2,130. 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