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PAGE 52 UA net team set for year University of Arizona's tennis team opens its 1976 schedule on an ambitious note Friday. The Wildcats, inexperienced and already hurt by injuries, meet California-Irvine at Irvine in their season opener. Irvine was the NCAA Division II runnerup last season. ; UA coach Bill Murphy's two top players, southpaw Randall Clark and Rocky McGuire, are hobbled with injuries. Clark has a wrenched knee and McGuire has a sprained ankle. · Murphy's tentative lineup for the road trip is No. 1 singles, Warren Eber, No, 2 singles, Woody Supple; No. 3 singles, Hakan Peterson; No. 4 singles, Jim Edwards; No. 5 singles, Pat Kearney; No. 6 singles, Ed Staren; No.l doubles, Supple and Eber, No. 2 doubles, Edwards and Kearney and No. 3 doubles, Peterson and Staren. Junior girls are offered cage league PHOENIX - Basketball Congress of Arizona has added Junior Prep Girls (age 14 and under) to its youth basketball program and Jesse Owens, BCI's International Chairman, has announced the first state championship tournament will be held Feb. 2627-28-March I. Open to all girls teams in Arizona, Owens said the field wil! be limited to the first 32 entries. Entries, accompanied by a $35 team entry fee, should be sent to Basketball Congress of Arizona, P. 0. Box 2326, Phoenix 85001. Deadline for entries is Feb. 20. T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Pro Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division ISffiR i 2? "" Philadelphia 31 21 New York 26 28 Central Division Cleveland 29 22 *t Washlnoton 29 23 Ha Houston 25 24 New Orleans 25 25 Atlanta " - .5% 4J1 5 SVj 25 29 . .510 .509 .472 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midw«i Division Milwaukee 21 31 ira Detroit 20 30 '400 Kansas Cltv 19 35 jsi Chicago 16 S joa Los Angeles Portland Seattle Phoenix 27 27 23 28 23 » 21 27 .712 .SO) 451 .442 438 Atlanta 111, Kansas Oty 8? Buffalo 115, Washington 105 Philadelphia 85. Chicago 84 New York 104, Milwaukee 97 New Orleans 130. Golden state 124, OT Los Angeles 106, Detroit 88 Milwaukee at New YoVk Boston at Houston Detroit at Phoenix Portland at Philadelphia New Orleans at Seattle ~. Tomorrow Chicago at Cleveland Portland at Washington Atlanta at Golden stale 76ers 85, Bulls 84 PHILADELPHIA: McGlnnls 8 7-9 23, Mix 1 ««, Calchings 3 OO 6, Carter 8 "i 17, Collins 6 4-5 16, Bryant 0 1-2 1, Ellis 1 Van- 17, Laskowski 1 M2. Marln 400 8, Patterson 20-04, Wilson 0 OO 0 Per- nstenOMO. Totals 35 14-19. " TM"- r e r Philadelphia Chicago ...... Lakers' playmaker Los Angeles Lakers' guard Gail Goodrich scored 37 points and picked up eight assists and five steals to lead his team to a 106-88 victory over Detroit last night. -.22 20 73 20 -- K - . - 2 9 20 IS 20 -- 84 Foiled out: Love. Total louls: Philadelphia 30, Chicago 23. Technicals: Van Ller. A -- 7,623. Lakers 106, Pistons 88 ,. DE 7 R0 . IT: Everhard2CH4, Rowe47- New York . Milwaukee.. J7 25 22 X -- 104 20 J2 27 1 8 -- VJ Jazz 130, Warriors 124 NEW ORLEANS: Coleman 1 (H 2 Wlliams p 3-3 2). Moore 6 8-13 20, Maravich 18 13-18 49. Nelson 2 2-4 6, James 200 4, Bovd 12-54, stallworth 9 ?4 21 Kel^ lev I M I BTbbv 1 (Ml 2. Totals 50 3fr47 GOLDEN STATE: Barrv 5 8-9 IS LOS ANGELES: Cclhoun 6 M 12, Warner 43-411. Jabbar 3 2J 8, Allen 6 5-5 17. Goodrich 14 9-11 37, Ford 1 (Ml 2. Freeman 2 2-3 6, Lantz 0 4-1 4, Meelv 00-00 Toil's " " ^ Washington Detroit ............... 21 XJ J2 22 -- 68 Los Angeles -- ..... 29 25 24 26 -- 106 Fouled out: None. Total louls: Delroit 29, Los Angeles 26. Technicals: Money, Lanler, Detroit Coach Brown. A: 11,944. Braves US, Bullets 105 New Orleans . 31 22 30 33 14 -- 130 Golden Stale ..... 23 U M 31 8 -- 124 -. out: Williams. G. Johnson. Total fouls: New Orleans 33, Golden State 34. Technical: Barrv. A: ll.eaj. Hawks 111, Kings 89 , Johnson Adams 2 M 4. Weiss 0 MO Totals 44 27! Washington 27 77 TM « TTT Burtato :::::·« ^ 5s S~!95 19, Van Arsdale 8 1-1 17, Drew 7 TM10 22 Brown 4 2-2 10, Creiohlon ooSo DuVal 4 V ° " "' "»"»"« I M 2 Kansas Cltv Atlanta 19 M 22 28 -- a? » 32 30 29 - in , To .Jal loyls: Kansas City 27 Atlanta 21 Fouled out: Robinzine. A: 3,076. ABA Knicks 1M, Bucks 97 NEW YORK: Bradley 12 M 24 Hav M^, M »· Glanelll 2 CW 4, Beard 5% )2 Monroe 9 6-9 24. Barneff 2 4- 8, Jack- S MtLWA 9 ll W |F ' y 3 ' T ; lals «»» MILWAUKEE : Oandrltfge ft ?-2 in Waves 2 1-1 5, Smith 5 w S " Price 4 2 2 10, Winters i M 10, Restanl 0 H) 0, Brld- Qeman 9 4-i 22. Fox 20-04, Mcvers 5 l-l ; Brokaw 0 2-2 2. Davis l M 2. Totals 4 Denver New York San Antonio Kentucky Indiana SI. Louis Virginia gb 6Vj 26 · 31 43 -519 .424 .157 Yesterday St. Louis 127, Indiana 126. OT St. Louis at New York 'Sports editor: It is obvious that Steve Weston needs help in selecting a writing assignment. I suggest he go to Antarctica to cover the new Albatross hatch. To feature a player for Arizona State the day prior to a critical game with that school, with all the talent and personalities we have on the University of Arizona team, is incomprehensible. I hope our players and coaches didn't feel as let down as [ did. Les Powell 732 N. Bedford Drive Sports editor: 1 wish to express my deepest appreciation for your aid in making Tucson's first West Coast Tae Kwon Do championships such a success. The news coverage, both before and during the tournament, was outstanding. We have learned much from our first tournament and can promise the next will be bigger and better. D. H. Kim Tucson Tae Kwon Do School Sports editor: Just a note to say how much I enjoyed Regis McAuley's article (Jan. 31) regarding Frank Kush. I think it is one of the best things you have done and wanted to pass on my appreciation. Davis Burk 3940 E. Timrod Sports editor: Regis McAuley's article on Frank Kush was a masterpiece and a real tearjerker -turning down a pro job, his son winning the big one and Kush selected speaker at a big banquet. Wow! Mark B. Higgins 4400 E. Broadway THE WIN KGIHMCT SPRING RACING SEASON/1976 Biggest $2 "Big Q" payoff $5,436.60 Biggest $3 Perfecta payoff n,774.8O Biggest $2 Quiniela'payoff *374.OO Biggest Daily Double payoff *431.4O Biggest $2 win payoff $ 112.4O Tucson Creyhound Park, home of the winners. ^ Racing Wed. thru Sun. Post time - 8 PM. South 4th Avenue at 36th Street/ Reservations: 884-7576 Cage Scores East American U.43, La Salle61 Bryant 81, Stonehlll 74 CatndJcUM, Tow ion 60 Colgate 75, Alfred » E Najarene 89, Nasson 66 Elmlra 88, Elsenhower 65 'Hartwicfc60, Ithaca 51 Jersey City St 75, Kean66 King's, N.Y. 100, Nvack 74 Kings Point 70, Dominican 63 Manhattan 70, Temple 64 Massachusetts B8, Boston U 73 MIT 7ft Nichols 68 Mercvhurst 71. Slippery Rock 48 , Moravian 68, Wagner, N.Y. 52 Navy 99, Washington Cot 68 Northeastern M, SI. Anselm's 74 Oneonta ST 61, Blnghamlon St 4! RamaDO6, W Connecticut 54 St. John Fisher 73, Roberts Weslcvan 70 St. John's, N.Y. 56, Rhode Island 47 St. Lawrence 66, Potsdam St 76 Williams 78, RPI 71, OT South Becklev 79, Ohio Vallev Col 68 B rmlncham So. 67, SI. Leo Col 60 r lsc SK£n' 64 (,P a i?' Be i ic ' 1 A". 42, OT Campbensvllle 71 Indiana SE 55 Carey W. w Florida 68 £? r .s°" Newman 91, Tenn. Temple 66 Clalln 75, Barber Scotia 74 Concord 76. W Virginia St 71 Davis Elklns94. Salem 78 D. C. Teachers 84, Radford 7i Franklin Marshall 62. W Maryland 59 George Mason 80, Salisbury St 77 Georgetown, Ky. 94. Berea 80 Glenville St 75. W Virginia Tech 65 Howard U 99, Md-E Shore 83 Jacksonville 57, stetson 51 King, Tenn. 86, Emory Henry 74 Xnoxvilli-114. LaneW. Lvnchburg 106, Bridgewater 98 Madison 77, Hamoden-Sydnev 58 McNwseSIW, Lamara? Methodist Col 68. Greensboro 61 Norfolk St 113, Favettevllle St 75 N Caro. AT 82, N Caro. Cent 72 glctifnond 68, Va. Commonwealth 66 Rollins «4, Florida So. 77 Sewanee 81 Covenant 62 SB Louisiana 78, S Mississippi 75 The Citadel 76, Furman 72 Va. Weslayan 73, E Mennonlle 64 S^.tilnoton Lee 80, Chris. Newport 69 W Liberty 96, Morris Harvey 91 Winston. Salem 90, Livlnaslon 76 Midwest Anderson 71, Hanover 70 Benedictine 77, Wm Jewell 61 Briar Cliff 105, Westmar 77 Capital 65, Denlson48 Cedarvlfle 83, Urbana 78 Cenlral SI 79, Dellance64 Chicago 61, Lake Forest 55 Creighton 75, Tulsa 69 Culver-Stockton 92, Mo. Vatlev 83 Doane97, Neb. Concordia 75 Earlham 81, Manchester 78 Illinois Weslevan 77, N Park 66 Iowa 71. Drake 65 Lewis 71, Trinity Christian 60 Marian 93, Oakland City 92 X A , m , eril 7 a Ns "rene99. Baker 92 Mo.-St. Louis 99, Westminster. Mo 73 Monmouth, III. 76, MacMurray66 Musklnpum 67, Road trip takes toll of Tucson WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1976 REDUCED PRICES ON STEEL BELTED RADIAL Special to Die Citizen TULSA -- The effects of a 12-day, six-game trip seems to be taking its toll on the Tucson Mavericks hockey team. The Mavs could muster only 23 shots on goals last night against the Tulsa Oilers in losing a Central Hockey League game, 4-1. The Oilers, meanwhile, got off 40 shots at rookie goalie Roger Swanson. Tonight the Tucson club finishes .the road trip with a contest in Dallas, then returns home for games Friday and Saturday night at the Tucson Community Center Arena against Salt Lake City. The Mavericks gave it a good try in Tulsa, skating to a 1-1 tie through two periods. But veteran Leon Rochefort's lip-in goal 31 seconds into the third period proved to be the winner for the Oilers. Barrv Wilcox followed soon after with a score of 2:17 to make it 3-1 and it was over for the Mavs. Tucson's only score came on a power-play by defenseman Rick Newell, his fifth goal of the year. Oilers 4, Mavericks 1 Tucson Tuna 0 1 0 -- 1 1 0 3 -- 4 First period -- l, Tulsa, Gloor. 11 fMclntyre, Spruce), 3:51. Penalties -Tuc (bench minor), served bv Newell), TM: Surbev, Tul, 13:48; Cournover, Tuc. Second Period -- z Tucson, Newell, J {Mandrvk, Olmstead), 4:36. Penalties-- Gassotf, Tul, 3:02; Davidson, Tuc, 7'01; Abbey, Tuc, B:22; Rlbble, Tul, B:Z2; DavJdsoo, TUG )8-2J. Third Period --3, Tulsa, Rochclorl IS, (Gassoff. Wilev), :3l.d, Tulsa, Wilcox 4, 2:17. 5, Tulsa, Rocheforl, T6 (GassoH), Wiley), 11:20. Penalties -- Multera Tul. 3:15; Olmslead, Tuc (malor), 12:00; Mulhern, Tul (malor], 12:00 Shots on goal: bv Tucson 7-106--23 Qv Tulsa 20-4-lfr--to, Goalies: Tucson, Swanson; Tulsa, Bradv. A--3,976. Prep Results Oberlln 75, Baldwin-Wallace 72 RocJIord M, ill. Concordia 62 SI. 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