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S4 Monday, Feb. 7, 1972 Philadelphia Inquirer Eagles' ! PETE RETZLAFF can feel downright smug this week. In Jthe most daring heist of the 'pro football draft, he secured the best pure passer in the country at odds comparable to Xen Tose vacationing in Ham-ilton, Ont. t By drafting John Reaves, tthe Eagles at least have a Jyoung quarterback with classic size, a whippy throwing .'arm and two sound knees. They also have John Rauch to Sabres Hit New High To Beat Bruins, 8-2, End 7-Game Skid From Our Wire Services BUFFALO. Don Luce, ; Gerry Meehan and Rick Mar-f tin all scored goals in a 'three-minute span late in the first period Sunday night as ithe Buffalo Sabres played their best game in two sea- sons to throttle the Boston Bruins, 8-2, in an NHL game. The Sabres, scoring more goals than they had since joining the NHL last season, snapped a seven-game winless streak while ending a six -game Boston winning streak ' and a 13-game unbeaten " string for the Bruins. Buffalo's previous single game ..scoring record was seven goals. Boston 0 1 12 Buffalo 3 3 28 FIRST PERIOD 1, Buff., Luce (9) (Lawson 15:53), 2, Buff., Meehan (12K Lorentz 16:56, 3, Buff., 'Martin (36) (Byers 18:27). PENALTIES Hillmao (Bu.) 19:00. SECOND PERIOD 4, Buff., Byers (12) (Perreault, Martin 6:32), 5, Buff., Shack 9 (Meehan, Lorentz 9:49), 6, Buff., Lorentz (3) (Pratt 16:21). 7, Bos., Walton (16) (Orr, Bucyk 17:48). PENALTIES Stanfield (Bo.) 4:48, D. Smith Bo.) 12:52, Esposito (Bo.) -14:59. Shack (Bu.) (Two minors) 14:59, Watson (Bu.) 15:15 Bucyk (Bo.) 19:23, Walton (Bo.) (misconduct) 19:23. THIRD PERIOD 8, Buff, Lorentz (4) (Meehan, Hamilton 4:25), (37) Per-reut, Hamilton 19:37). PENALTIES Watson (Bo.) 2:0, D. Smith (Bo.) 5:06, Shack (Bo.) 13.37. SHOTS ON GOAL: Boston 13 8 10 31; Buffalo 11 16 1037. GOALIES: Boston, Johnston; Buffalo, Crozler. Attendance 15,360. Leafs Tie Rangers On 3d-Period Goals NEW YORK. Third-period goals by Ric Kehoe and i Denis Dupere earned the To-i ronto Maple Leafs a 2-2 tie ! with the New York Rangers in a nationally televised game. ' With the Rangers leading, 1 2-0, Kehoe scored his fifth goal of the season on a deflection from the stick of teammate Jim McKenny. Toronto 0 " 0 1 7 New York 1 1 02 First period 1. New York, Ratelle 33 (Hadfield, Gilbert 18:08). Penalties: r Gilbert (N. Y.) 1:26, MacMillan (T) 7:34, Carr (N. Y. 15:47, Parent (T) 17:04. Second Period 2. New York, Had-! field 34 (Park) 4:22. Penalties Har-i rison (T) 3:39, Monahan (T) 7:23, ; Neilson (N. Y.) 7:23, Dorev (T) 12:49, Park (N. Y.) 13:52. McKenny (T) 14:57, I Ullman (T) 19:53, Tkaczuk (N. Y.) 19:58. ! Third Period 3. Toronto, Kehoe 5 I (McKenny, Dorev 5:27); 4. Toronto Dupere 6 (Glennie 9:07). Penalties: i Sather (N. Y.) 3:53, Baun (T) 3:53. Shots on goal: Toronto 13 9 12 34; New York 12 10 1133. I Goaltenders Toronto, Parent; New York, Villemure. A 17,500. Hawks Blank Stars; Hull, Pappin Net 4 CHICAGO. Dennis Hull and Jim Pappin each scored twice and goalie Tony Esposito earned his seventh shutout in a 5-0 triumph for the Chicago Black Hawks over the Minnesota North Stars. The win, the fifth for the Hawks over the Stars without a loss this season, boosted Chicago's lead in the National Hockey League's West Division to 14 points over Minnesota. It was the seventh win in the last eight games for Schenk Wins Third Gold Medal; Swedes Stun Soviets in Hockey Continued from 1st Sports Page Swedes, playing a bruising style of hockey, overwhelmed the Soviet defense to come back for the tie. The tie upset pre-tournament predictions that the Russians would win all their games and defend their Olympic title.. Sweden and the strong Czechoslovakia team are now in an ideal position to win the championship. Swedish goalie Christer Abrahamsson put on a spectacular" display, in the third period to keep the Russians from scoring the winning goal. In the final 10 minutes, he stopped several point-blank Russian thrusts. . Medal Standings Medal standings after Sunday's competition at the XI Winter Olympic Games. cold silver Bronze Total Norway 0 3 S 4 3 Soviet Union West Germany Japan Holland East Germany Switzerland Finland Sweden Austria t United States Totals 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 27 'Selection of Reaves coach Reaves, no small advantage. "I think the Eagles made a good choice," says a discerning general manager from the American Football Conference. "I don't think Reaves is a finished guy by any stretch of the imagination. He might be a ways off. But he's a helluva lot better than those worn-out quaterbacks they could get in a trade." The arrival of Reaves coin- Chicago and the third loss in the last four for Minnesota. Esposito stopped 23 Minnesota shots in racking up the 11th shutout by the Hawks this season four of them credited to goalie Gary Smith. He made several brilliant saves and in the final three minutes a Minnesota goal was nullified because shooter Dennis Hex-tall had his stick over his shoulders when he tipped the puck into the net. Minnesota 0 8 0 2 1 2 5 Chicago FIRST PERIOD 1, Chic, D. Hull (17) Staoleton. R. Hull 12:38. 2, Chic, Pappin (15) (Stapleton, Lacroix) 13:44. PENALTIES Mikita (C) 10:17; Reid (M) 11:51. SECOND PERIOD: 3, Chic, D. Hull (18) Stapleton, R. Hull) 16:37. PENALTIES Jarrett (C) 7:23; Harris (M) 11:00; Mohns (M) 14:57. THIRD PERIOD: 4, Chic, Campbell (5) (Pappin, Stapleton) 2:00. 5, Chic, Pappin (16) (Campbell, Lacroix) 5:28. PENALTIES None. . SHOTS ON GOAL: Minnes. 5-9-9 23; Chicago lfl-9-15 42. GOALIES: Minnesota, Maniago. Chicago, Esposito. A 18,750 (EST). Late Canadien Rally Beats Canucks, 4-2 VANCOUVER, B. C.Jim Roberts and Pete Mahovlich fired in a goal apiece in the final period as Montreal broke a 2-2 deadlock to defeat Vancouver, 4-2. Montreal 0 1 23 Vancouver 0 1 12 FIRST PERIOD 1, Mont., Lafluer (18 P. Mahovlich) 15:04. PENALTY Paiement (V) 9:17. SECOND PERIOD 2. Mont., Lapier-rere (3 unassisted) 19:03; 3, Van., Maki 15 (Skchella) 19:52. PENALTIES Boddy (V) 3:03, Roberts (M) 6:49, Tallon (V) 13:33. Dryden (M) served by Houle) 13:33. THIRD PERIOD 4, Vane, Guevre-mont (9 Schmautz, Lemieur) 2:57; 5, Mont., Roberts 6 (Tremblay) 9:37; 6, Mont., P. Mahovlich (19) Lapointe 14:23. PENALTIES Savard (M) 2:57. Lapointe (M) 8:16, Tallon (V) 13:37, Boddy (V) 17:39. SHOTS ON GOAL: Montreal 14 9 32; Vancouver 10 11 725. GOALIES: Montreal, Dryden; Vancouver, Gardner. Attendance 15,570. Redmond Hat Trick Bolsters Red Wings DETROIT. Mickey Redmond scored a three-goal hat trick, including the lead goal in the first period, guiding the Detroit Red Wings to an 8-2 victory over the California Golden Seals. Detroit erupted for three goals in 1:19 in the first period to overcome a 2-0 California lead. The Red Wings Billy Collins scored his 10th of the season on a pileup in front of Seals' goaltender Giles Mel-oche at 17:15. . California :.... 2 0 8 2 Detroit 3 3 28 FIRST PERIOD 1, Calif., Pinder H9), Boldlrev, J. Johnston 1:51: 2, Calif. Croteau-(3) Shehan, Ferguson 15:58; 3, Det., Collins (10) Dionne, Stackhouse 17:15; 4, Det., Charron (6) Volmer, L. Johnston 18:18; 5, Det., M. Redmond (30) Stackhouse, Brown 18:34. PENALTIES Bergman (D) 3:28; J. Johnston (C) 5:27; B. Redmond 8:19; Gergman (D) 10:35. SECOND PERIOD: 6, Karlander (13) (Bergman, Delvecchio) 1:39; 7. Det., Delvecchio 13 (Stackhouse, Brown) 7:13; 8, Det., M. Redmond (D) 31 (Brown) 19:36. PENALTIES L. Johnston (D) 10:32. THIRD PERIOD 9, Det., Berenson (19) Charron 10:50; 10, Det., M. Redmond (32) Brown, Johnson, 13:25. PENALTIES M. Redmond (C) 5:46; Jarrett (C) 18:10. SHOTS ON GOAL: California 10 7 7 24; Detroit 12 9 1334. GOALIES: California, Meloche, Kurt; Detroit, Daley. Attenda nee 1 1 ,994. Schenk beat teammate Cees Verkerk, timed in 15:04.70, in the 10,000 meters while Sten Stensen of Norway took the bronze in 15:07.08. The three medalists and two others broke the old Olympic record of 15:23.60 set by Johnny Hog-lin of Sweden in 1968. Jan Bols of The Netherlands was fourth in 15:17.99 and Valeri Lavrouchkin of Russia fifth in 15:20.08 both under the old Olympic standard. NATIONAL HONOR Schenkis hadsome 27-year-old bachelor who received the high Dutch national honor of having a tulip named for him, missed out in only the 500-meter race, one which he had not been expected to win. Ernard Keller of West Germany was the 500 winner. Dan Carroll of St. Louis was ninth in the 10,000 in 15:44.41. Lundback led from the start and was timed in 45:28.24 in winning the 15-kilometer cross country race. Fedor Simas-chov of Russia was second at the end of the 9.3 miles. He was clocked in 46:00.84 to 46.02.68 for bronze medal lists Iver Formo of Norway. ft. On Pro cides with the best season achieved as a National Football League quarterback by Pete Liske. " And it accompanies growing concern about the future of Rick Arrington, .. ... .... m f . A M i Aft, - ' ' s TSife rJ Y Z-Qt' A Big Scare ... Tom Frazer escapes serious injury as his car flips over s mm. .ii'iii"hmh ? "t ... And a Lucky Snack Break Car lands on camper, owner of which had gone for a hamburger Andretti, Icky Win at Daytona As Ferraris Take Top 2 Places Continued from 1st Sports Page and Brian Redman of England, was fourth. The sweep boosted Enzo Ferrari's hopes for his first Flyers Down, 2-0, But Rally for Tie Continued from 1st Sports Page wanted to thank other people who made it all possible. Like Bobby Clarke who got the important faceoff. Like Jean Potvin, who kept the puck in the right point and got it back to Qarke in the slot. And like Simon Nolet who also got his stick on the puck somewhere along the line. And, believe it or not, the Flyers almost had enough to win it. A shot by Nolet with 14 seconds left skidded off Ross Lonsberry's skate unfortu nately, the wrong way for the Flyers. Lundback's victory over his Russian opponent, a good friend, touched off a wild celebration by this countrymen when ; the result was announced. East Germany was almost assured of the three medals in the men's luge. Wolfang Scheidel led with a total time of 2:35.81 after the third run and was followed by countrymen Harold Ehrig, 2:36.66 and Wolfgang Fiedler, 2:37.20. The third run had been postponed from Saturday because of heavy snow. The United States had hopes of winning medals in two blue ribbon events .the ladies' figure skating and the men's downhill ski race. There is little or no hope for a gold but Americans hope to pluck a silver or a bronze from the dramatic free-skating ladies' final at the Mako-manai Indoor Rink and the precipitous Alpine slope at Mt. Eniwa. May GORDON FORBES Football another young thrower who recently underwent two knee operations. No' specific role has been decided on for Reaves. But Coach Ed Khayat is a man - c - - - - 'v - - - w World Manufacturer's Championship since 1964. Peterson and Schenken led a similar double-barreled Ferrari finish in the tour opener in Buenos Aires last month. r. ,?--Hf-J 4 "I '1 if Mr! It all meant that goalie Bruce Gamble, who may be the most humble fan idol in all of hockey, got credit for all he had - done. Another great job, stopping 30 shots and making his record 4-3-1 since coming to the rescue of Doug Favell. So the fans who chanted, "B R UG E" most of the night were rewarded. "Yeh, I hear it," the quiet goalie said. "It makes you feel good." And he forced what Bruce Gamble uses for a smile. NOTES The Flyers were crippled by the loss of Cowboy Bill Flett, forced to sit out with a shoulder injury . . . Shero's heroes now take to the road for five straight road games . . . They play in Vancouver, Oakland, Minnesota, Buffalo and Chicago before returning to the Spectrum for a game against Boston on Feb. 17 . . . Shero on fans who left before the end:, "Why would you pay $6 and leave before the most exciting part of the game?" . . . Jacques Caron, a most undistinguished goalie in the minor leagues, did an adequate job in the Blues' goal . . . "We haven't tested him yet," Shero said of Caron, whose last three seasons in the minors netted him mediocre 4.15, 4.47 and 3.92 goals against averages ... Blues outshot Flyers by 32-30 but had a big advantage in good opportunities . . . Shero is sticking to his goal of 18 points in the month of February as a must. FIRST PERIOD No scoring. PENALTIES Sarrazln (F), hooking, 2:43; Kelly (F) slashing, 5:25; Hughes (F) and B. Plager (St. L.) high sticking, 8:09; Roberto (St. L.) hooking, 15:38. SECOND PERIOD 1, St. L., Sabourin (18), St. Marseille, 15:17, 2, St. L. DuPont (3) unassisted), 16:19;- PENALTIES DuPont (St. L.) holding, 1:38; Gendron (F) crosschecking, B:12; Hornung (St. L.) crosschecking, 9:02. THIRD PERIOD 3, FLYERS, Nolet (14) Clarke, Potvin, 17:12. 4, FLYERS, Dornhoefer (12) Clarke, Nolet, 18:09. PENALTIES ..DuPont (StL) tripping, 16:51. SHOTS ON GOAL St. Louis, 9 13 1032; FLYERS: 9 10 1130. FLYERS 0 0 22 St. Louis 0 2 02 Attendance 1426. Mean End of Line for Ar duly impressed by the rookie performance of Jim Plunkett, Archie Manning and, to a lesser extent, Dan Pastorini Reaves doesn't measure up to any of the three blue chip passers of a year ago. But the feeling persists that a sophomore who can hurl 24 touchdown passes against .Southeastern Conference defenses is indeed something special. PRESUMABLY, ' Arrington ...... AP Wirephotos fence, at Daytona, Fla. Germany's Rolf Stommelen and American Peter Revson were in contention among the front four until the engine of their Alfa broke with two hours to go in the 740.52-mile chase. A fender-ripping collision on the high-banked east turn wiped out Lola-Ford's hopes early in the race. Regazzoni, who had moved out front of the pace-setting Andretti, blew a tire and spun out on the turn. Debris was flung into the path of a Lola driven by Sweden's Reine Wisell as it was overtaking the leader. The Lola lost a front fender and valuable time in the pits. The Ferrari also lost time but managed to make up much of it. The second Lola never got started. That left the Stommelen-Revson and Elford-Marko factory-backed Alfas to try to catch the Ferraris. -ANDRETTI PITS It looked like they would when Andretti made an unscheduled pit stop complaining, "The fuel system is running far too rich." Ickx, who drove the Ferrari across the finish line, called Andretti the "best co-driver I've ever had." The taciturn Belgian also confirmed only 11 cylinders were functioning during the race. "We've been very unlucky with the engine," he said. Andretti, the three-time U. S. driving champ and 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner, complained of the heavy traffic on the track. BLISTERED HANDS "Look at me," he exclaimed, aluding to blisters on his hands arid probably elsewhere. "The traffic was really hung up. With one dead cylinder we had to slam through everything to make it around." Andretti and Ickx claimed about $12,000 of the $50,000 purse. Dave Heinz of Tampa, Fla., and Bob Johnson of Marietta, O., won the class for over-two-liter touring cars. CORVETTE WRECKS Tom Frazier of Atlanta escaped unhurt when he lost control of his Corvette on a hairpin turn, went through a fence and flipped upside down into a crowded section of the infield. No spectators were hit. Frazier was checked at the rack hospital and re leased. J(iWIUWiaJirOIUMl l .... I II T irtf i ,"" " I f will have to play catch-up during the exhibition season because of his weak knees. Reaves, therefore, figures to have ' a chance to move up fast in the pre-season. "The biggest adjustment. 1 will have to make," Reaves said, "is to the size and speed of the game, as well as the mental process behind pro ball.". In pre-draft talks, the Ea Laver Nips Drysdale For Richmond Title; Okker-Riessen Wins From, Our Wire Service" RICHMOND, Va, Top-seeded Rod Laver rallied after losing the opening set and defeated Cliff Drysdale of South Africa for the singles championship in the Fidelity World Championship tennis tournament. . The Australian left-hander earned $10,000 in the $50,000 tourney, first stop on this year's tour, with his 2-6, 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 triumph over Drysdale. After the first set, Laver, who earned more than $200,000 as the top winner on the tour last year, was in command mos of the way against the South African, who was seeded fourth but advanced with a mild semifinal upset over Australia's John Newcombe, once ranked No. 1 in the world. Drysdale won $5,000 for his second-place finish. Tom Okker of The Netherlands and Marty Riessen of Chicago won the doubles championship with a 7-6, 7-6 victory over the Australian team of Newcombe and Tony Roche. Miss Evert Wins, Gains Florida Final FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Hometown teen-ager Chris Even's devastating two-handed backhand knocked Australian Judy Dalton out of the $25,000 Tennis Club Women's International finals and served up a finals rematch with U. S. Open champion Bil-lie Jean King. Miss Evert trounced Mrs. Dalton, 6-1, 6-3, just three hours after Mrs. King's overhead smashes helped her beat Wendy Overton of Chevy Chase, Md., 6-2, 6-1. Gonzales Captures Des Moines Tourney DES MOINES, Iowa Pan-cho Gonzales, giving away 20 years and an early two-set lead to Frenchman Georges Goven, won the singles final of the $15,000 Des Moines International Tennis Championships. The 43-year-old Gonzales won the 3,000 first prize and 15 points in the $50,000 Boise Cascade Classic Grand Prix by defeating Goven, 3-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. Goven, 23, built an early lead, with his hard serves and quick passing shots. But midway through the third set, a dispute about a line call seemed to break Goven's concentration and enabled Gonzales to break serve and go on to victory. Edlefsen Defeats Van Dillen for Title KANSAS CITY. Tom Edlefsen of Los Angeles captured the singles title in the $15,000 Greater Kansas City Indoor Tennis championships by defeating Erik Van Dillen of San Mateo, Calif., 6-3, 6-3. In the doubles championship, Hie Nastase and Ion Tir-iac of Rumania won $1,000 by downing Manuel Orantes and Andres Gimeno of Spain, 6-7, 6-4, 7-6. It was the second straight week the Rumanians beat the Spaniards, having captured the doubles crown in Omaha last week. Bringhurst Wins Vegas Marathon LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI). Distance ' runner Scott Bring-hurst of Salt Lake City, looked forward Sunday to the Summer Olympic Games in Germany after winning his second straight Las Vegas Marathon in a record 2.19:24. Bringhurst, 23, slashed 54 second off the record he set last year. He covered the 26-mile, 385-yard event Saturday lla2 minutes ahead of Tom Berger, 22, of Colorado State Russian Wins Aussie Tennis PERTH, Australia (AP). Russian champion Alex Me-treveli won the Western Australian men's singles tennis championship for" the second successive year Sunday, defeating Australian Davis cup squad member John Cooper, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. . gles explored numerous possibilities concerning the acquisition of an experienced quarterback. In recent years, however, journeyman quarterbacks have become a commodity of extremely high value. Russ Thomas, the Detroit general manager, admitted the Eagles had inquired abouz the status of Bill Munson, the Lions' unsigned quarterback. Detroit desperately needs to Lansdale Boys Lead Bowling For City Title Two youngsters from the Lans Bowl, Lansdale, Jeff Al-derfer and Steve Holnick, highlighted the opening events of the eighth annual Philadelphia Junior, team bowling championships Sunday at Willow Grove Park Lanes. Alderfer, competing in the junior boys test, turned in the high series of 585 and high game of 245. Holnick led in the senior boys with a '589 series and 235 single. More than "1,000 youths competed and 1,100' more compete in the final Saturday and Sunday. A. etaoi shrdlu cmfwyp vbgkq cmfwv b Senior boys Team, Mack 3, Adams Lanes, 2,904; high series, Steve Holnick, Lans Bowl, 589; high game, Holnick, 235. Senior girls Team, The 74ERS, Fleetwood West, 216; high series, Debby Starkey, Fleetwood West, 452; high game. Miss Starkey, 155. Junior boys Team, St. John's Guv's No. 2, Hi Spot Lanes, 3,125; high series, Jeff Alderfer, Lans Bowl, 585; high game, Alderfer, 245. Junior 9irls Team, Thompson's Bailers, King of Prussia Lanes, 2,702; high series, Cheryl Chestnut, Andorra Key, 529; high game. Miss Chestnut, 201. Bantam boys Mercury, Facenda-Whitaker, 2,344; high series, Mike Kil-len. Hi Spot, 511; high game, Killen, 195. Bantam girts Gum Drops, Willow Grove Park Lanes, 2,300; high series, Michelle Brown, King of Prussia, 398; high game, Cheryl Sullivan, Willow Grove, 170. LEASE HER A 2-DOOR SEDAN 2000 c.t. engine. 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Quickly, he diverted to Reaves. , In the next two rounds, the Eagles obtained Syracuse tackle Dan Yochum and Purdue guard Tom Luken as blocking prospects. According to some scouts, Yochum has ideal size but lacks the quickness to set up for pass protection. Luken is on the small size for a pro linemen unless you believe Purdue's publicity department which lists the athlete as 6-3V2, not 6-2V2. THE EAGLES will meet Cincinnati on Aug. 7 and New Orleans on Aug. 28 in their two home exhibition games. Tom Fears, the offensive aide, meanwhile is burning over remarks made by Saints' owner John Mecom in a magazine interview that questioned Fears' coaching abilities. Commissioner Pete Roz-elle suggested that Fears tolerate the assertions in the interest of the league . . . Another assistant, Jack Zilly, says he resigned his defensive line post "so I can move up to personnel work." Yet two weeks ago, Zilly confessed he knew nothing about an impending staff change . . . 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