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8 · Northwest Arkonws TIMES, Monday, April 76, 1974 r.itFMEVn.Ll-f. 1 ARKANSAS 1 In" Game Halted By Brawl A's DC CLEVELAND CAP) -- frank ' RobYrison was - adamant. Chuck Tanner* was innocent and Bert 'Camp'atieris' was reticent. The three were talking about a bench-clearing brawl and the incident that incited it in the sixth inning, of Oakland's 9-1 .victory over Cleveland Sunday, In the only other American League ; game Sunday, Min- ncsota ' gqt a three-run homer fronV Lari-v Hisle and defeated Baltimore 7-2. The Texas-Detroit Kan-as Cu\ Ne« \ork Boston-Chicago and California- filllwaukce games were rained on! Cleveland Manager , Robinson referred Ib Campaneris, ; the A's' veteran shoilslop. when he said. "They can't hide him fi cirri u.s all ear 'Th«- incident that sparked lhal'thioat-of retaliation ;came with Oakland holdins a seven- Ailing Averitt 1 Is -Key Factor i For Kentucky » * LOUISVILLE {^P) Bird A\ erili_s tonsils belip\ P it or 'net tn-u b" the k e \ factor sv hciu.KentucU and Denver col ? ifde" Wednesday night in the : seventh game of what has been t a thrilling American Baskelbal ^A o ration plavoff series i ttith tonsilitis and a high } temperature sloping him to a f «alk last week Arentt « is i V e f f e c t u e as D e n v e r \on t w o ' straight and jumped into a , 3-2 V lead. ' But Averitt although still un ; der the weather u a s siif .-* liciently recovered Sutirtuy to , fcore "34 points as Kentucky ," edaed Denver 119-115 in double . overtime to square the series at ·3-3. , The winenr of Wednesday 1 -. · final will meet NewA'ork in the t best of seven h?mpjol5hlp ' series. N r e\v .York earned '' ·berth -bv defeating Sin Antonio ·121-11V Saturday to win lint lemifinal series 4-3. 'I thought Bird rose to the occasion." ' said Kentucky Coach Hubic Brown. "He beat his man on the power game and 'made several difficult shots. 'Listen, the 2uv went out and gave it all he had What mere ' can ou a k' Brown added ·Mv throat is. still sore, but it' better aid Aventt who e j Ihree-^ouick baskets in the ^OL. end · overtime finally turned the iniiejn Kentucky's favor. The victory by defending ' ABA champion Kentucky kept ' alive Colonel hopes o[. a repeat v championship \nd it i so "meant that Denver vvis o IP loss'awav from ano her bittei plavolf dl appointment ' Waltrip Takes Grand National 1 .:MARxTIN T SVILLE Va. A P ) i- Darrell : Waltrip · says hi; tfiird "career . Grand National elock car victory -- in the 21st Annual Virginia oQD is the nnd of c how ve thought w e were gonna put on.ut D-srling ton .two weeks ago, But by contrast to ihe^ Rebe 50't at .Darlington, S.C. ir ivhich he and his Chevrole l^sied only 80 days, Waltrip wa- in front for 241 hips Sunday as Ke coasted Eo a one-hip 'triumph over Chevrolet driver Gate Yar borough, Waltrip, who w a s in fron piost of the last half of the rase... \v,sm ahead for good 01 the, 52nd lap after relinquishing the Lead briefly to Yarboroug'r f o r i u ; p i t slop and was puling aVeyTat the; finish. in-iTrenlon, N.J., the 15lh an qudl-.Trehtoman 200 was rainec 'o.utj Sunday and rescheduled fo he .{c! week end. The/ postponement pu=nt' b;jc:k?lhe debut of female race Janet Gulhrie in Indiarcapolis type.- cars and gives severa cars · which had encounter mebrianica] difficulties in pra- t tee. ·' Saturday a chance the infill not have 'gotten to be r n r/jired in time for the ne;i \veek*s race. : The starting lime for n:x Sunday's event was not set. , 1 Recalling that he ran mi trouble in, the last 70 laps fl last fall's Old Dominion 500 a _l'ne o?5 - mile Martinsvil Speedway, Waltrip said he ne\ er thought of casing up cvc (hough 1 Yarborough's car wa battered from an earlv-rrfc fcre;ck,_ ' "S^you're gonna go ou , g cut";j):, style arid that's ju M'hatii w r as gonna do,", s a i Vfafyjjp, wno averaged 71.75 mi1e^_-per hour in a $22.500 pa; - day.- Jt^'was a 'surprise to If" .'t.r'^wcf of 32.00^ that Ya ·TCiif^ShVi of his car was m-.ishf "jn -Severely when he was , ': ·vot^aTih'a wreck early in t h Trace. * Yet. at the end. he was th only challenger to Wallri IPichartl Petty. H-limc Martin rvillc Spcedu r ay, winner an-^ d Trending Virginia 500 champio ^fsrfrd badly afler leading for I^ps. . 1 javid Pearsrm, a Mere ir ·driver who had won four of l\ five previous e v r n l s he'd o tercd but who' hadn't/ compete .'o'' » .'-hort track this yea overhauled Petty - f o r thi I -'pfaci^', P'ord driver Richa fetwifa was f i l t h . feat Cl 1 un load and just after Cteve- H ind scored its run with no outs i the sixth. r, 1 Cleveland, (bird · baseman uddv Bc?ll singled up. ; thc t liddle and: Boos Powell follow- C d with a grounder to second t asciuan Phil Garner. 'Camp- ( neris tonk the toss, made his ivot on the base and his throw a Lruck the sliding Bell in the a ight temple. Tlie two came up fighting and c oth benches cleared. i The trouble, apparently began t re wing the previous inning r vhcn Cleveland pitcher Jim i Ceru hit both Don Baylor and c ^ampaneris M'ith pitches.. «1- hough OakMnd Maiiagei' Tan- i- er said, "1 don't think they I irew at Baylor when he^gol I it. or at Campv when be" got b t i I know Camp\ \\as r j m g lo n nake the double play when \ Bruins, Flyei Best-Of-Sevc By FIIANK BROWN · AP Sports' Writer = The supernatural powers of lexes. pyramids and lucky' tie's were no match tor good, solid all-around hockey. That's why he Boston -Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers are headed for ho National Hockey League's playoff semifinals and the Los Angeles Kings are skating into summer with the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins hadn't won a seven-game- - playoff series since 1341.- when they heat Toronto in seven gamea and went on to \(in the Stanley Cup from Ihc Detroit Red Wings. But in their seventh 1 game against the Kings Sunday night, the natural talent of veteran Jean Rate-lie and a 15-save shutout by Gilles Gi bert helped break the four- series. 35-year Boston hex. The Maple Leafs had given praise, to the mysterious plastic pyramids they had placed in the dressing room and arena after getting five goals from Darryi Sittler " and ! beating Philadelphia 8-5. Thursday nig it to set up Sunday night's deciding contest. Sittler. who had worn his lucky, lie to the rink and placed his sticks under 2 Favorite Is La At Churchill [ LOUISVILLE (AP) - Honest Pleasure \v?s the last of the eight probable starters to arrive' at Churchill Downs for next Saturday's Kentucky Derby but is expected to be the first across the finish line for the first . leg of thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown. Honest 'Pleasure, owned by Bert Firestone, . was . v a n n e d here Simdav' ' from Keeneland where last Thursday \ he strengthened his favorite ro e bv_capturing the Blue Gra;s Slakes for his ninth ^straight ;riumph. Experts figure, the IW-mi e Derbv as a two-horse race with Bold Forbes,-, the Wood Me- -morial-; winner owned by E Rodriguez Tizol of Puerto Rico. as (he second choice. | SURPRISE Meantime a surprise starter popped into- the Derby picture Sunday when Arriano was given the green light by owner James C I n m a LomsMlle real es late broker, Amano, a ,200-1 Derby shot when, the vunte book opened, rallied -from as place iri a ' four-horse field to win the Stepping Stone Purse as Churchill Downs opened i spring meeting, "As things stand now, we're ! going to try it," trainer Jin Padgett, trainer of Amano said, "f'm prety good aL handi capping .the Derby. And tn thi - one we've got two speed horses Ifonest Pleasure and Bold Forbes, '\Vhen ; that happens, one o 3 them is going to kill the othe r t off and a horse' t h a t can stay i .1 there -- and I've got no doub t h a t mine can -- has a goo 1 chance," said Padgtl Amano was 12th in *hc Ar - kansas Derby but has three vie - tones, two seconds and t\v t; ' . . ;, Texas Looking Fc ! As Houston Awai 5 - Ilv T H K ASSOCIATED PRES n "Houston will be sweating ou s the Texas AM-Arkansas scrie e ; at Faycttcvillc '.bis wceken while Texas travels lo Lubboc » needing only one victory 1 '· sack the longhorns' 5ht Soull d west Conference baseball tit! 9' in 51 seasons, Texas, the defending nations champion, is 17-4 and c.i e clinch Iheir 12th consccutiv r- SWC crown with a single viclt e ry against Texas Tech, d Should a tremor mcasur ng i- on the Richler Scale occur an e Texas lose all three games Texas Tech, Ihc Texas Aggit e could .sneak into the thror X room by sweeping Arkansas s- : -· , Patriots Schedule 9 FOXRORO. Mass. (AP) - six-fjamfi exhibition schwJu y opening Aug. 1 and dosir e Sept. -i, has been announced f f \- (he New Kn^land Patriots d Ihe-Nalional Football Lcag ;n. r. The Patriots u i J I meet li d New York Giants at Kchaef d Stadium in the preseason ope cr. j evelam ell gol hit," Tanner added. He just d i d n l , g e t down m f me ' r I u a s ju«;l ( r s m g to make ie double pla\ thils nil r ampancns iairi, rjinelh But t know Kobinson ordered him verti) to throw at nit ^ Robinsoti steamed when told Dout Ihc statements by Canipi icvis and Tanner. , 1 On thit pla\, he thie\\ right f own at Buddy." Robinson C lid. "He had ho intention of r iro\\mg to first base Then to c eallj shou \\hat a co\\ard he h ; he kicks Ihe.guy when he's b oun As for the charge he ordered e cm to- throw: at Carnpanens, E obinson said., "The .next lime \ e plais us he'll kno\\ be s t eon thrown at. .If .we're gonna ilentionallv hit someone; we'd ,. it (Joe) Rudi Hes the gu\ j ·io's been hurting us." ,' p rs Prepare Fi in Semifinal ] vramid' -.before the' ganie 'hursriay, promised to do the ame Sundav. But. after ; falling' behind 2-1. fie two-time defending cham- 3ion F Ivei roirjd back « U h our goals within 3:16:,on their s a j to a 7 3 triumph over lo onlo Sillier -- pjiapuds uckv lie and all -- riidh'l score i ill Thus Ihe best-of-5eveti ; semi- ma s \ull be«*m Tuesda\ mghl vllh Ihe NEW' York Islanders nsitins* 'Montreal a n d ' - i h e 5mins at Philadelphia against he H\ers Ratelle, always n gracious cam player, refused credit for ioslon's 3-0 triumph -- even hoiifih he scored two goals and set up the other. N T o one player is going · i° win a game," he said after scoring his sixili and seventh goals "and adding his f i f t h , assist. "I'm no Bobby Orr.-or Phil Esposito. I don't dominate = ft game. I'm just 'a guy trying to do a job with niv teammates, that's all Los Angeles dcfenseman Bob Murdoch was* in (he penalty box when the 35-year-o'd Ra- lelle jammed in Ken Hodge's rebound at 9:42 of Ihe first, pc- st To Arrive Downs Track lirds in 10 slarts this year. arrv Melancon. who rode Amano in the Stepping Stone, vould ride again in the Derby, Amano was cloc-kerl in 1:241-S over a fast track for the seven ur LOURS, more than three seconds off the stakes, record. Padgel is hoping Amano can duplicate the feat of .Majestic 'rince f!969) and Cannondafie (1974) who won both the Slep- nng Stone and Ihe Derby. Owners of R.C. Krickil ; decided against shipping that colt icre a f t e r , a disappointiij* showing Salurday at Thistledown, The remainder of the field for the Derby · shaped up as "· E.G. Cashman's Elocutionist. Elnicn- dorf's Play The Red. C R : .Tar rell's · Inca Roca/' BSnlr'enmnt S able's Cojah. and Ralmak S able's On The Slv. If eight go in the .S125.000-ac'd»d t^f lor 3- vear-oMs. it would match t h e 1069 r u n n i n g as the smallns? since .Citation's big year, in 1948. T R I A L SET The Derby Trial, a one mi e test, Js' set for Tuesday,' -and could .produce .another Derby starter. althoupJi exnerts don' figure it's likely. However, no tco many observers thought the Stepping Stone would yield a Derby starter- In the Trial, Bwamazoi f a r m ' s Pastry, second twice a Keeneland this year and winner of the · Kentucky Jockey Cluf Slakes Jast year, is a possibilil;. and carries high weight of 12 pound; Elocutionist, the · A r k a n s a Derby winner, worked .six fur on as in 1:15 Sunday while Bok Forb e s and P Lay The Red fourth in the Wood, took ei .surely gallops. r One Victory, \ A5-M-UA Result S their three game series, t More realistically, the Aggie s hope lo nail .down second plac d and a probable NCAA playo : bid. - | . ' 0 The Aggies are 12-6 and lh r · place Houston is 16 3. c * Houston has finished its yea at .667. losing two out of thre ' to AM over the wekend. , " Should A M defeat Arkansa ". (wo out of three games, the A £ic-s would also own a .667 pe j better overall record plus ow ing the edge in ihe hcarl-to-hca * scries. . ' . . - - . fl AfcM Was invited to tl * ~N T CAA playolfs last year, b _ cause of its excellent seasc record. AftM is 31-3 am Hou ton completed the year 31-15. Texas look two ojt of thr A games from Arkansas ' i i weekend. Arkansas is now 12 g ^nd 'Kaylor slipped into four ir place at H-li) by sweeping SM of in a triple header, SMU finishcfl Us conferen e campaign with the worst reco cr ir league history-- TWRN7 n* THRBE fosses and zero v 1 d 9-1 ' Mike Toncz '3 ;callercd ,, v e hits in eight Innings and lenn Abbott Ra\e up just one C t In the ninth Kuril supplied 2 o muscle lulling ln^ scconci | v o i u n hoinpr T^ainst Ihe In ^ ins in l\\o dfl\s Twins 7, OrlolK Z Q Tom Biirfccmpir 1 0 reliexecl c «ms stailor loe Decker in (hi. c rst. a f t e r ho had' walk'ed !f(nir e rio!es:'He shut Ih'e ilrio'r 1ho cst of Ihe w a * «ith Ihe e\ f cption of a fouith mniig | oiner b\ Doug Decmcps tb it ^ icflj tied Hie game al i 2 'I've, never pitched that- long c \ e r in the major 1 leagues " ^ urgemeir «ald But the 5 ealhcr was cool-and. Udldn't irou a \hole lot of pilches r Tlic loser ua; Baltimore ace im Pllmer 32 «lic said 1 ^ ist rtidn t make v e r j gooi itcbes ( 9r NHL Action iod. Murdoch was serving anther penalty - - a five-minute lajor for drawing blood with a i£h stick -- at 12 n \\ben odge sent a short blast ~pa'st ungs poalie Kogalien' Vachon. Raletle closed out the scoring n the third period breaking in ulh a piss from dcfensctmn Darryi .Edest rand and blasling rare slip sliol into the net off r arhon s Ipgpads Flyers -7, Maple Leals 3 The Maple, Leafs, boosted by he sixth-game triumph, went jp in .flames during the first LC iiinutes of the middleiperiod al Philadelphia. , Rookie Flyeis enter Mel BrEdgman scored \vice andiDon Salcaki and Ross -onsbari-y · added · the other f*oals in the nxptosion. 'The pressure in the first 10 minutes in the second period in his bmltfing is unbelievable ' said -. Toronto poalie Wayne Thomas "after the- Maple -Leafs' ivinless- -string in Philadelphia was increased -to 16 games since Dec 10. 1971 Thus L-iiflnri the- series ,,\vhich saw it he home team 'win every ^ame^ saw four Flyers players arrested in Toronto, and saw a total .of nearly 500 penalty ;mm- utes. Glance Edges Crockett In Drake Relays .-DES MOIN'ES, Iowa CAP) -A U'b u r n . freshman Harvey Glance " wasn't intimidated. World - recordholder Ivory Cro ckelt wasn't impressed 'There wasn't any -psyching goint; on at the · starl," said Cilance, : a 13-year-old sprint sons a Lion. 'Crockett came up lo me ant said, 'Lets go al it. baby.' Ant I said. 'Okay with me. The brief banter on the rain- swept track preceded the Special 100-meter 'dash at" ' t h e Drake Relays here Saturday. Crockett, former Soulhern 11 inois slandout now with' the Philadelphia Pioneer Track Club, was the first to ever run IOD yards in nine seconds flat. He's been among, America's cading sprinters for seven years. Now comes upstart, Glance perhaps one of 'America's grea finds in this Olympic Game year. When Glance- nil the tape Crockett was a full slride be hind. "I'm not impresseri." snitfef Crockett afterward. "I'm .s i watching Steve , Williams an Rcpgie .loncs. Williams shares the worl 100-meter record of 9,9. Jonc c 1 a i m e d double viclorie apainst Russia in 1 1)7-1, Ink in the 100 in 10.2 and the 200 a 20.8. But Crockett might also kee an eye on yet another work c ass sprinter, Florida schoo boy Houston McTcar who h a s , pending fl.D clocking al If yards. If approved, it would li the veteran's mark. NEW R E C O R D Glance, who a t t e n d e d Pho nix City, Ala.. Centra) Higr was . clocked at 10,01 scconc s here, breaking the relays mar c of 10.10 set in 1967 . by , Char) f Green of Nebraska. Green als )as a share of the 0.9 ivor rl mark. Mike Goodrich of Kasl S r Louis, III., was second hc-hin e Glance 00,27) and Crockett'Ii ishod third (10.3.0). · ' ·'· 5 Two weeks atfo at the ; Car ;, lin'a State Relays, Glance .sh r- to an unofficial 9.9. He sa !- 200 mcters. : where the record d ]!).».. ; ' · · At the recent Florida -Relay e Glance ran 100 meters in 10 c- 200 meters al 20,3, and. lo n jumped 2A feel, 5!/i irichc.s. s- is also on Auburn's crack ' and 080 relay teams. '· : CP The Olympic trials will he st P'tfgenc, Ore., in June. "Th -fl will bn tough." Glance cr .h ceded. "'Nobody knows h U Ihhy wilt feel on that day." Bccfiusn of thn summ cc Olympics in Montreal, tbfi fi" rd D r a k e Relays attracted Y record 1,570 entries -- ma c- w o r k i n g toward Olym Lories, norms. DJitNiiKJdiiuiiiiiiniuitinira^fiiiiDiiiiMiiirniiKiiiiiwi'rEir League Leaders tm]|!nn]ni!!K1l!!il»nqH»li!l!ll!li;!!!1llNI![!l!in]!W y ' T H E ' ASSOCIATED. PRESS. Aincrkau l.cagito BATTING -:20 at, bills)-- Pi- clln N\ 435 Hoilon Del 12 1 Mill HMI 121 H.iicll. ic 117 I'fllck KG m RUNS-- Norlh Oi! 12 Wr =mski. Dsn. ll;.R.W!iitc, NY 1 frisk Bsn, 10, e lied \\illi liUNS BATIFD IN-IUirl!, ik 17 Morton Del H, h.unbliss i\\ 14 Mellon il 11 Pimclh NV 10 Ru rs. NY. "10; J.Spehccr. Chi.'lO. HITS-- Chambliss. ., NY, ,il8; lorlh. Oak.'. 17; Horton, Del, 6 Piniclla N\ 16 Chalk Tl 16 Hudi Oak 10 DOUQI,ES-Carew. Mln, 7; Saincr Oak 6 D E\ ins Bsn L.Stnnldn. Csl.'S: Rudi, Oak, THIPI-ES-Ricc, Bsn. 2; Pi- iclln. NY. 2;' 23 Ticrt'WHIl 1 HOMIC RUNS -Horton. Del, Fisk, Bsn. 3; 18 Tied 1 Wilh' 2. S T O L E N 'OASES-- Norlli, ak. 8: Carow, JMin. 7; Rivers, \'\ 6 Bumbi\ B i l 5 \\oll toid KC Crtashmgln Oak PITCHING C Decisions) rnnt Bsn M 1 (100, 1 88 XRob'erls'. Del,- 2-0. 1.000. 1.50 _v e, NY." 2-0.. 1.000, '1.86 Fitz- liorris. KC. 2-0. 1.000 3.31 Fingers, OOak, 2-10. 1.000; 2.53 ilalon, Mil, 3-li .7iO. 1,67 Bvall, 3al. 2-1,' .667. 1.08 Wi Campbell. Mm 2 1 667 2 2 5 STRIKEOUTS-- Rvan. Cal. «: Blvlcven. Slin, 21; Blue, 3ak, 18; .M.Torrez. Oak. . 18; r a n a n a . Cal. 17. Nalional Leai^inj BATTING (20 al oats)-- Miller, NY .".'176: 'Rose, Cin. .463; K u b r a k SD 4^3 DoRider SD 433 Slargell Pgh -125 RUNS-- Hose. 1 Cin. 18: Mon iiv. Chi: 14; Griffey,' Cin. '14; .Morales. Clii, 12: Schmidt, Phi. 12: Cabcll. :Hln. 12; C«- deno. !iln. 12. RUNS BATTED IN-Cecicno. Hin. 18: Sclimi(ll;:Phi. 17: Grif- 'ej Cm 17 Kingnian NY 15 Morgan. Cin, 14; Wintield, SD, 14. HITS Rose. Cin. 25; Mon- riny Chi ii Cibel! Hln 23 Mlllan N\ 22 Gnffe\ Cm 21 DOUBLES-- Griffey, Cin. 6; SOSG" Cm 6 8 TiLti Wllli 5 TRIPLES-- Geronimo, Cin. 3 Jomstono. Phi. 2; .Cabeli, , i l t n . 2: R.Mctzger. Htn, 2; Cev. LA 2. HOME.. RUNS-- Schmidt, Phi 9 Kmgman N\ 7 Cerieno Htn. 6; JIalhews, SF, 5; Mon day. Chi. 4 ; J. Morales. Chi. 4. STOLEN BASES-Mor#in Cin. 8:..Cetleno.,Htn. 7; GrifJej Cm "i J Mnngu il Mon 4 J. White. Mon. 4; Kingman. NY 4; Cabeli, Illfi, "4; Biickner, LA 4. J I T C H I N O (' Decisions)-R Jones SD 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 8 P.Niekro. . All,'- 3-0. 1.000, 3.r2 Rnlhven, Atl. 3-0. -1.000, 1.00 Norman. Cin, 3-0. 1.000, 1.65 Mallack. NY. 2-0. 1.000, 2. Scaver, NY. 2-0. 1.000: 2.18 Ba low. Hln, 2-0. 1.000. 3.38 Ha LA. -2-0; 1.000, 2.00. STRIKEOUTS -- Se'aver, N 26: P.Niekro. All. : 23; RJJone SD. 20; Rogers, Mon ; 19; Mo lefusco. SF, 18. "niiiini liiiiinini imiiiiBiiiinn niiiiiainniK Pro Hockey DiiiifniiiiiiEiriniiiiiniipiiiiiiifiiiirniiiiiiJiiii'iiiiiiiittr^iPiinnE By The As^-ocialcd Press NHL^Pla.vofls' Quarter-finals Bes(-ol-7 : Serbs Sunday's Ucsuils Boston 3, Los Angeles 0, Dos ton wins scries 43. Philadelphia 7, Toronto 3 Philadelphia wins series 4-3. Semifinals iBest-or-7 Series Tuesday -Apr.'. 27 ., Boslon al Philadelphia Ne w Y or k Island ers a L Mon [real . 1 , \VMA P l a y o f f s Bcs(-nf-7 .Series Saturday's Rc.su Us United S1alr.3 S c m i f i i i i j l s Indianapolis 4, N e w P^nglan 2, New England leads series 3 2. Siitulav's 'Results U n i t ni .Sliilcs'Scmilinnls 1 Hous on 3. San Diego 4,-Hous ton leads series 3-0. 1 Canadian Division flu ah s Winnipeg 3, \Calgary 2. Winn s peg leads series 2-0. *-, . Tuesday, April 27 I Unilcrl Slfite.s Semifinals Indnmpohs al New E nglanc [i New Kngland leads series 3-2. Houston at San Diego « Aggie Wishbone e COLLEGE: STATION TC (AP) -- Texas AM Coac Emory Be] la rtl a n n mi nc cti a H . urrlny ni^hl Ihe Aggies will h a p u r e Wfsbhrne-T~lcam in 1H7 s and will not r u n . any I form* t lion plays, c "We p l a n . l o throw t h c . f o n o more and \vilThreak Ihe Wis d hone' ril times to 'open Ihini up" said Bella rd. "We won t, run from the I." d The Aggies user! the J Form i- lion ^some last - y e a r . Bella has been crecltled wilh arigin n- ling the triple oplion Wishhon ot T attack while an assistant ^s the University nf Texas, d Cavaliers Bullets In -1IIL A S b O C I A l H U I'RtSS la Ilio ' Cleveland Ca\nlii-[^ i nuciilg their way through Hie ff \lmn«l Ba'ikctbill AssocialiQii v\ ijoffs iiio doing the luistle le \sa; i t s suptioscd lo be B NIP r And if llic keep il up a DmStll thej II liusjlc lilgh pott s cd Washuifclon nfilil off Hie t o u i L iinri step in^o t];c semi t inlb f The Ca\ ilieis in Hie plajolf 1 or the first lime in' Ihcir, six- a ear history, lead the Bullets 3- in the h ra t-ci: seven series. \ h-inks lo dishing Dick injder , ho lan into foul troiihle but 1 till rmnaged to i n n up 26 oin s ill Clevclanci's.fitlh-game i irloij flmrsctas night, a 9291 s quenkcr J In toniphts olhci niiarlerfi al p l i j o r r live Golden Stale I'arnois trip ^NB As defcndni'' li Inmpions and Ihe \vmningi^t. o earn in the Icipne this season t Don Kearnc In The Gran STUTTGART, A r k . (AH) -) on Kea r n ey nf Cl earwfl Ier, ·'la.',, won '.the .feature ; race of tie 17lh' annual ' . G r a n d " Prairie Clrand 'Prij! in " a . Dalsun 280Z Sunday after K m m i t t Dradriy misread ah ofticial's Elag oh the 8th tap. and, pulled his leading Sidewinder mlo Uio pit The favored Sidewinder was ho same vehicle Draddy drove o a regional victory in 1975, Ramon Stewart .also loak the n;i ional feature last year in Ihe «; cek vehicle. Draddy had lapped all cars in he Uetd. Kearney was the on y. compolitor. within 'two miles of ·Jraddy 1 , who i s ^ from Fort Worth, -Tex, Gov. ' David Pryor awarded ic tradUiouR] Governor's Trophy 16 Kearney The w i n n e r . .of Sunday's Ursl race also was a surprise as Wait Mays of. Port Worth took Ihe .. checkered, [lag ;in h i s " , E Production "MGB. Archie Onwi- ler of Evergreen Park, 111.,, ted the 22 lap race f r o m - the starl in his D-Spovts Racing Chimera Mark ,111,. An ignition rotar went '.out wh'cn Onwiicr's car was less than 1500 feet from the finish! line and Mays breez.ec l)i OUT or GAS; Onwiler lost on the last lap a so. in 1975 at Stuttgart when Aeros Keep S With Win Ov By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winning World Hockey Association playoff games is getting U be a habit with the Houston Aeros. Their 8-4 t r i u m p h over (he San Diego Ma'imers Sunday night was their 13th consecutive post season t r i u m p h going back, to the second game of the quarter-final round against. I n e C l e v e l a n d 'Crusaders last spring 'It's nice Eo keep our streak going, but we just can't think ibout it," said Aern.s Coach Bill 3i n e'en" a f t e r Houston took a '3-0 ead over the Mariners in their Ucst-of-sevcn United Slates semifinal series; The other U.S semifinal continues Tuesday night with Mew England ead ng Indianapolis, 3-2, In the other WHA playof ame Sunday night. 'the Winni eg .Ifits edged Ihe Calgary lowboys 3-2 lo lake a 2-0 leat in their Canadian Division fin a series. The winner of that se will face the United Stales fina winner- Don Lanvay scored three poais for the first,. lime in hi career to pace Houslon's victo i ry- . Houston broke a 2 2 lie a 11:47 of the second period whe d e f e n s e m n n John Tonel slapped a 25-[oot shot . past-Sa ASU Red Team Downs White . JONKSBORO, A r k , AP) Freshman quarterback fien Bradley ran 11 yards for touchdown lale in the first ha thai boosted the Red team lo 13-6 ^victory over Ihc Whii squad in A r k a n s a s State -. spring intrasnnad game. i Bradley and Randy Reed ri t- reeled the Red team, whic e was comprised of the sccon team offense and firsMeam d i- Tense, The While squad, whic ! included the first-team offcns 11 and the second-team rtofens i- had IHicky Lnync at q u a r t e s bach, 't The Rcd.s scored first on Iwo yard run by Larry La\ i- rcncc aficr a White fumble d the White 40-yard line. Jnc a- Davis scored on a live-yard n c- for the White learn., but the c at Ira point try tailed :and t' Whiles [railed 7-fi. Favored 7 NBA Pla) Lc a 2 1 lead Into Cime frour 111 DC roil The \ \ a r u o i s ran sh v a j from (lie ['islons in Ihe urlh period 'last Salurday.and wi on lh 96 " l-c In Sunday's two |laj p olts, lh n t f a o hral Roslon 98-93 for Us 15 rst: vicloi'y iiv tliroD' fiamcs gainst Ihe '· Celtics and ' So.illle ni iiye 'alive wilh a lH-108ivic- fo )ry o \ c l PliocnK Tho Suns o\ arf 3-2 in Ihnl series, which hi L^uraos luesday nighl in cr lincnix Boslon is at Buffalo gain Wednesday llighl M The W a l l 101 s figure lo stick iih (heir -.'winnings formula ps Ruinsl.r Detroit -- smothering in islons'. cenler Bob Lanier. He fo ad 23 poiiits and 16: rebounds b i.Saturday's-game -- bill only \K sioints and three rebounds 111 i Ihe second half B They, wore double and triple S eiming mo in the second a alf," Lanier said. "We had (he .s( icn shots h'ut : weren't hilling JC lein and lliat's a 15-toot shot, n jy Wins Fea id Prairie Gr« iis fuel tink went, dr\ ff Bill · Noble of, Manhallen, E £an.. w o n . the, seconrf -race in 1 115 F o r m u l a V 1 j n\ He led all I ' laps C CJar Hackbarth of Janes ille[ -Wis..' won the third 'ra'ct. c n his I n l i 1 312 He took the d c-id in the f i n a l lap ; when' Bill t Pcmpero-pf Fort Collins, Colo., a vent off the course in his For- 1 nu a F Roy ale. Officials said he made, an ille- f gal re~enlr onto the c o u r s e ind Tcmpcro lost his position. 1 The fourth national race was won b\ J e i r v Schiub of Torn J bard. Ill:,, in a Formula ,S'J per I V Lola T-324. , f Robert Orr of . Knoxville. I Tenn., repealed from 1975 , as 1 winner of the final race in his A Showroom Stock Datson 280Z. i Orr lost, his .brakes'" in the third lap and coasted to victo- rj lulling speeds up to i l r miles pei h o u r Sunday's .race drew more t h a n 3,000 spectators p.nd y field of 149 'cars. The weather was cold and windy, but the course v as d r j compared to Saturday's watcrcovercd track. CLASS W I N N E R S R arc - i : · DSR: R Production, Walt Mays, MGB. Fort Worth. Tex.: James Boehm, Ocelol. St. Louis, Mo.; CSR, J6^ .seph Gray. Bourg Jagre. Arka treak Going er Mariners Diego goalie Ernie Wakely. Gordie Howe followed with a ally at 17:1'1 of the period and arna g a \ p Ihe ^eros i j 2, advantage with his first goal of the game a t 18:39. Ray Adduono scored for the Mariners with one .second remaining in the period, m a k i n g he score 5*3. But, then l.arway connected on a- power play goal at, 1:34 of I ie third period to put the game out of reach: .With Ihe score 7-4, : Larway completed iis scoring-with a goal aL, 11:' 2. Jets 3, Criwhoys 2 Anders, Hedhcrg converted an Ulf Nillson pass ,at 1:32 of the Ihird periocJ, breaking a Lie and giving- Winnipeg its victory over Calgary Ron Chipperficld had put:Ca gary in "front 1-D at 3:Dtt of the hrst period while the Cowboys enjoyed a two-man advantage But Winnipeg wont in fron when Bobby Hull scored w i l t within four minute's, the secern coming on a breakaway during a power play Warren Miller hrojght Calga ry back even w i t h the only goa of the middle session before Hcdbcrg's third -period score spoiled a solid performance bi C o w b o y s ' netihinder Doi McLeori.'wh'o made 42 saves Nose To Nose TIJUANA, Mex. (AP) -- Th wire at Agua Calient e rac track -looked -like a merry-go round w i t h , four : horses , acres - in the ilth race Sunday, e , After p !hc race, practically ov a cry bettor in the crowd though f he had; a winner, as four horse T crossed the finish line virtuall R nose-to-no,se. · : s The photo, however, shower (hat , Lelow and Dramali - Award finished first in a dea i h e a t , wilh Bibotboh and Ban 1- cliory John also finishing in . dead hnat and sharing the sho 1 money a nose back. e Lew low returned 52,8(1 for lh 2. win. and Dramatic Award pal r- 'SI 1.80 for his share of the victo ry. v- Signs Letter it CONWAY. Ark. (AP) -- La\ y -son Pilgrim, a key, figure n Conway's unbeaten hasketba x- learn, has sign ed a national le e )/r nf inlenl lo play baskclba at the University of Arkansas, ·*;· ' ' "o Top i /0//S j . knd d piorcssionil t«am | | ouUI in \ke Hf Ptu Smith led Golden Stale m lh^14 points and'.lamaal Wil- m ; who hud just IKO points ill S c first thio qinilcrs, added W in the fnnl period l i Rnnilv Smilh scored '0 points g d Bob McAdoo added !4 $ r Buffalo in SllluUn s Melon * cr Hoslon hut holh said Er f e IMGletono deserved Ihe 3 edil n He gol cvenone moving ! cAdoo said and Smith said i le gaie me some fiooil | sses. and when 1 Ernie's mov- f g the ball like lhal it i tough | r n n j learn in Ihe league lo | ·aH" ' . . . Bruce Seals g 8 points J4 in ( e final ptiiod /and Trccl : ronn b W led SealUe past, (he ! ins J hoem\ \\lncti had man j »ed a 61 61 tie earb in the ! cond half was llien olilscorcd : ·2 ' by the , SuparSonics :«nd 3\ F cr recovnrort. ·- ture Event and Prix i qlphia Ark 1- Production | ob Hubbard, MG iM id gel, Co- fi imbia, Mo B Stdin Bnan | aupt Alpha G L V , Sedan fi vcrlanrt/Park'.. Kan;:: G; Pro- | uction. i\Ielvin T^vAllen,, AJ1 i prite Pincullc La H P L O 1 liction. Frank Ince, Sprite, | Jcs Momes In C Sedan IJovi J rd Rich Mat 12SSL Houston | ex. | R K O 2 -- t VV William table Lj nx Manhatlin Kan Race 1 -- ** Oir Hack arth. U)]a, -JancsviHe, Wis. Race 1- E-B" FC FSV FSV ! err\ Srha ib Lola Ijombarn 11 Formula B J tckie Cooper larch Vallej ( enter ( Kan "ormula C John Saucier au i l u i Midwest Cil\ Okla FiHCD 5 -- ASR, BSR- AP, BP. ZP. DP. AS: C Production, Don \e irncv Datsun 28fl/ Clear valer. Fla.: B Production, Rus- v Schmidt. Franko Corvette, 3glesby/IlL; D Production. Joe ^ocaiio Alfa Romeo 2000 Hnuslon Te\ AS David Cun ungham Camaro Memphis Tcnri.;'ASH. Dick Xingre, Lola r IBS. Manchester,, Mo. Race 6 -T- SSA, SSB, SSC: SSA. Robert H. Orr, Datsun Z80Z. Knoxville, Tonn.: SSB, Bob Gilmore, Opei; Kansas City. Mo.; SSC. George Erig- and, Datsnri 710. -Midwest City, Okla Jan Stephenson Wins Tourney in Birmingham BIRMINGHAM Ala. (AP) '. didn't like" being four back, an Stephenson · said. So she red a · four-imder-par 68 Sun ^ to gain a- four-stroke victo- ·j in: the Ladies '-Professional olf ;Association's -Birmingham asstc, Miss Stephetisoh trailed Kaly Martin by four shots fioiifg to Sunday's final IR holes. of ie 56-hole competition, 'I k n e w ' K a t h y , would play elL'and I'd have t o i b e under ar to win. "'Miss Shephenson said after, she collected her' $5- DO prize money. Her, 13-under- pti'r 205 was the best finish Ihi j n a r on Ihc LPGA tour. Miss. Stephenson played well n ' t h e front nine. She put in a birdie on the 'fourth, an eagle on the sixth' and another birdie on Eh'c seventh, Miss M a r t i n , AV h o failed to shoot. ;i birdie all. day. sHol a our r over 76- Sunday. "I choked some/' she said, "but 1 brought it back pretty well on the back, had eight pars and only one ogey. In third place was Betsy Cul Icn at 207. Tied al 2-12. - n i n e Strokes off Miss- 1 Slephenson's ace, were Sylvia Berlolaccini :arol Mann and Put Bradley Sandra Palmer and Susie \lcAlisler were lied for seventh at 2)3. Winner By A Wheel CHARLOTTE. N.C. (AP) John Ochowic?. of Milwaukee won a ;7fi-mile Olympic development bicycle race- on a street course in Charlole in 2 hours. 49.8 minutes Sunday. '· ' He won S80C*. He was only 'a wheel length ahead oT the run- nertip, Wayne Stclina of Indianapolis, who won snnfl. 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