BASKETBALL SCORES Results By The Associated Press SOUTH Virginia Tech 87, Virginia 83 South Carolina 77, Fordham 72 Wake Forest 62, Maryland 60 Clemson 75, Duke 50 Okla. City 102, Georgia 82 Â· Kentucky St. 90, N. Kentucky St. 68 Jacksonville 88, Ga. Southern 75 V a . Commonwealth 121, Southeastern 50 UNC-Charlotle 92,'Clark 63 Tcnn, St. 95, Tenn-Chattanooga 65 MIDWEST Bowling Green 91, Chicago Loyola 72 Miami, Ohio 84, Dayton 59 Notre Dame 76, W. Michigan 65 Illinois St, 9:i, W. Illinois 73 Ferris St. 85, Grand Valley 63 Duquesne 89, Xavier 73 DePaul 67, Toledo 65 Wis-Eau Claire 60, Wis-Stoul 52 SOUTHWEST No. Texas St. 83, Corpus Chrisli 77 Â·; . Tex. Southern 111, Bishop I Rock FAR WEST Air Force 37, Wyoming 45 Weber St. 75, Utah St. 67. Denver 73, S. Colorado 66 State Tournaments High School Class AAAA Quarterfinals Little Rock Central 66, El Do rado 58 : Pine Bluff 66. Little Hall 60 : Â· Class AAA Quarterfinals Forrest City 49, .Jonesboro 48 Fort Smijh Southside 80, Hel ena 58 Â·' -Class AA First Round Camden Fairview 91, Greem County Tech] 52 Wynne 59,; Dumas 56 Morrilton \ 73, Hot Spring Lakeside 41 ,, Bentonville, 80, Van Buren 68 Class A First RVOUND Stamps 63, Lavaca 39 Holly Grove. 65, Atkins 39 Drew Central 71, Manila 61 Nettleton 52, Greenbrier 48 Class B Second Round Wabbaseka 76, Mayflower 71 Dell 68, Mountain Pine 62 Fountain Hill 52. Flippin 50 Black Rock .fit, Loekesburg Valley Springs 75, Leachvi 57 Menifee 47, Wilmar 43 Kensett 53, Mount Holly 36 Vaster 95, Hazen 50 RazorbackFCA Team To Play At FHS Tonight Tonight is the night for Ih basketball gam.e at Fayettevil High School between the U Fellowship of Christian Athlete and members of Rotar Kwanis, the Jaycees, and tl FHS faculty. Game time is 7:0 and admission is 50 cent Tickets may be bought fro any FCA member or at th door. Razorbacks who will play the game include Scott Bu Mark Miller, '.Ron Revar Marsh White, Louis Campbe Jim Hodge, RickVLansky, Bra Sheffield, Reggie. Craig, an coach Mark Hollingswort Opposing the Hogs for on quarter each will'foe the dow town Rotary, the Kiwanis CIu the Jaycces. and then a grou of FHS faculty members allege to include Bill Brunner. Dav Vinson. Gary Huggins, B Howell, PerryJ Thomas, an Scott Van Hoose. According to former Razo back linebacker R o b e r Lewis, head of the local FC chapter, proceeds from t h game will go toward sending group to the national FC c o n f e r e n c e a t t h e Unite Slates Air Force Academy ne Colorado Springs, June 10-15. SINCE 1 / 8 3 Northwett Arkantot TIMIS, Thiirs., March 1, 1973' 27 Menifee-Valley Springs In Class B Attraction CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- De- ending champ Menifee and ournament favorite Valley prings advanced into the quar- erflnals of the slate Class B askelball tournament here Vedncsday. The two powerhouses meet in :ie quarterfinals at 6 p.m. to- ay. I n second-round games Wednesday, Menifee slipped a.st Wilmar 47-43, Valley prings blasted Leachville 757, Wabbaseka clipped May lower 76-71. Dell nudged Moun ain Pine 68-62, Fountain Hill ipped Flippin 52-50. Black iock dumped Lockesburg 51-35. Kensett bombed Mount Holly 3-36 and Vaster overpowered Hazen 95-50. In the other quarterfinals to- lay, V/abbaseka played Dell, "'ountain Hill faced Lockesburg ml Kensett challenged Vaster. Pcrccll Higgins scored a cru- ial 13. points to lift Menifee to .s hard-earned victory over Vilmar, which led the defend- n? champs 26-21 at halflime. Menifee caught up late in the bird quarter and Higgins took ontrol. He hit two jumpers to give Menifee a 43r39 lead, then rilled in a 16-foot jumper with 5 seconds left to provide the vinning points. Menifee now is 30-3 for the leason and Wilmar is 28-7 5ary Shorter was top scorer or Wilmar with 12 points. David Cpffey scored 15 points n the third quarter to spark Valley Springs past Leachville -offey finished with 36 points iteve, Henderson added 23 for Valley Springs. Jerry Welch led leachville with 18 points. Leachville had led HO-27 at lalftime us Valley Springs scored just seven points in the second quarter. However, Cof- "ey went to work and brought Valley Springs the lead for good with 3:12 left in the third juarter. Valley Springs now is 17-3 for the season and Leachville finished 19-13. Kensett pushed to a 27-15 lialftime margin and led by 21 points late in the third quarter en route to its easy victory over Mount Holly. Terry Richards paced Kensett with 23 points and Marshall Pettis had 18. John Williams scored 15 for Coats Stolen FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Chris Evert passed up $25,000 in one tournament alone last year to retain her amateur status, but she started to make up for it Wednesday by winning her first professional tennis match of her career. The 18-year-old high schoo senior from Fort Lauderdalc assured herself at least $2.000 in the SH Green Stamps Ten nis Classic here with a snappy 6-1. 6-2 victory over Michele Gurdal of Belgium. Washington Wins GENOA, Italy (AP) -- Herb Washington won the 60-meter dash in six seconds flat and fel low American John Shipps dominated the 60-meter hurdle in 7.6 seconds Wednesday in tin Genoa International Track and field meet. Hount Holly. Kensell now is 30 1 for the season and Moun' lolly ended at 20-15. Sum Bilev, last year's mos aluahle player in the tourna ment as a junior, fired in 3 points to lead Vaster past Ha/. ;n. Homer Jackson contrihute( 12 points and Carl Evans 18 tc he Pirates' assault. Mike DCS nuke scored 10 for Hagen. Vas or is now 36-5 for the seaso ind Hazen finished with .a 16-1 ecord. Harold Duncan scored 3 loinls for the second time .hree days as Wahbasck alaslcd Mayflower. Wabbasek led Mayflower, runner-up last year's tournament, 42-31 a hairiime. Lanny Walker scored 20 point for Wabbaseka. Bobby Ackli and Ellis Higntovver each ha 16 for Mayflower. Led by brothers Randy an Ron Lewis, Dell grabbed th lead midway through the sei ond quarter and rolled ove Mountain Pine. Dell led 30-26 a the half and maintained its ai vantage with excellent free throw shooting in the final min iiles. Randy Lewis scored 2 points and lion Lewis added 1 Randy Smallvvood hacl 20 fo Mountain Pine. ; Phillip Langston scored seve points in each of the final tw quarters as Black Rock pulle away from Lockesburg. Lockesburg had led 24-23 the half, but managed only points in the second half. Blac Rock led 32,28 entering the nal period, and Langst clinched the game with his se en points. . ' With Strike Over Players Ink y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marvin Miller .and 22 of the i .player representatives met Miami Wednesday and the eps agreed unanimously to the irTns of the recent 'agreement ilh baseball's owners. While they were signing auto? raphs'in Miami, some players 'dm the 24 major league teams Claude Ostee'n signed their contracts with ithe -Los Angeles Dodgers, leaving pitcher Don Button and outfielder Willie Crawford as the club's only unsigned players. : ' Nine Chicago White'Sox 1 , remained unsigned as Carlos'May signed his new contract for a reported $70.000. ' Carlton .Pl.sk 1 , .the ; American League's rookie ore autographing their 1973 signed his 1973 ontracts and some were not. The New York Mels lack only ne autograph, Rusty Staub's, rom completing their 1073 ros- cr. Wayne Garrclt and Ken ioswell agreed to terms Wednesday to narrow the Held o one. Staub and General Manger Boh Schoffing are dicker- ng over what Scheffing calls 'a small thing." He added "al east I t h i n k it's small, hut Rusy doesn't." Catcher Thurman vlunson accepted a $50.000 con- ract from the New York Yankees and five other Yankees came inlo the fold. Those dissatisfied with their contracts include outfielders Bobby Murcer and Roy White, pitchers Sparky ,ylc. Fritz Peterson, and Steve l i n e , and infielders Bernie Alen and Gene Michael. Second Baseman Joe Morgan and first baseman Tony Perez signed their 1973 contracts leav- ng only eight Cincinnati Reds eft unsigned. Among them are outfielder Pete Rose and pitcher Ross Grimsley. Veteran Detroit Tiger Norm Cash signed his contract for a reported raise, leaving only catcher Duke Sims and Pitcher Fred Scherman unsigned. Pitchers Tommy John and of the year, contract with Sonny Slebert also Inked his new contract leaving only Marty Patin outside the fold, The Minnesota Twins have twelve players still unsigned, including Harmon Killebrew, Tony Ollva, Rod Carew, 1 and pitchers Jim Kaat and Jim Perry. , - Â·'Â· Â· Â· The list of. unsigned -Baltimore Orioles was reduced to seven Wednesday when pitcher Mike Cuellar verbally agreed to salary terms from his home in Puerto Rico. | Seven of the Cleveland In-j dlans' 39 players hÂ»YÂ» yet t*i sign their 1*73 contracts. AleaC Johnson was among those un-j signed. J Bob Gibson led 24 St. Louli* Cardinals in their first workout,; The Cardinals were the first! team to sign all of their 40 min| roster. * ' ' T h e Pittsburgh Pirates! worked out with all of their? members signed. Stefanich Leads MILWAUKEE (AP) -- A 300 game helped Jim Stefanich of Joliet, 111., take an early lead ith 2,810 Wednesday in the $80.000 Miller Open "Bowling Tournament. 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