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ALEXANDRIA DAILY TOWN TALK, ALEXANDRIA-PINEVILLE, LA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1974 SECTION B PAGE THREE Town Talk HftnP CXrt Qs-sm- HALM DESrRT, Calif. (AP) - Hrtf round Koies Wednevkiy In tr $160,000 Bob Hops Desert Golt Cluislc: iwum miyes Lee Ekler Mike McCullough Lnbron Horrli John Lister hick Arton Jim Colbert Vern Novak Tom Shtiw John Muhuffey Dave Hill Bert Yancey John Ruedl Jack twing J. C. Sneod Johnny Miller Don Fairfield John Schlee Bill Zlobro Mike Reasor Bob Roshurg Hubert Green Don Bies Grier Jones George Knudson Terry Small Bob Slunlon Rocky Thompson Jerry Heard Miller Barber Rod Curl Tom Jenkins Lionel Hebert Bob linger Richard Most Bob Menne Ken Still Bobby Nichols Gay Brewer Ray Floyd David Graham Steve Melnyk Jim Dent Joe Inman Bob Murphy Bill Ogden Dwight Nevll Rik Massengale Dick Lotz David Jimlnez Mac McLendon Larry Mancour Bob Goalby Jack Fleck Billy Casper Gil Morgan George Johnson Mac Hunter Charles Coody Gary McCord Gary Groh Chuck Courtney John Jacobs Jim Wiechers Orville Moody Mike Morley Bill Johnston Gardner Dickinson Rod Funseth Tommy Jacobs Marry Fleckman Dave Evans Monty Kaser Bob Zender Larry Hinson Arnold Palmer Ralph Johnson Clive Clark Don Halldorson Tommy McGinnis Chi Chi Rodriguez Tom Nieporte Bob Allard Vic Regalodo Rick Rhoads Doug Sanders Rickie Karl Bob Payne Bob Wynn Dave Stockton Bruce Devlin Phil Rodqers Jim Langley Jerry Barber Curtis Sittord Rate Bolts Pete Brown Don Iverson Allen Miller Gene Torres Randy Erskine Dennie Mever Norman Bernard Bill Tindall Larry Wood George Codle Paul Runyan Dick Divel Claude Harmon Bob Lunn Terry Ferraro Eddie Pearce Bud Allin Jerry McGee Tommy Sanderson Dale Douglass Terry Wilcox Bill Hartley Bruce Flelsher Billy Emmons Ben Crenshaw Dewitt Weaver Vic Martin Wally Armstrong Jim Ferrler Roger Parker Yas Katavoma 34 34-48 15-34-49 34 3569 334-70 35 35-70 36 34-70 39 32-71 34 37-71 37 34 - 71 3!h 36-71 32 39-71 34 37- 71 3615- 71 35 3671 35 36-71 38:14-72 3636-72 3616- 72 3636-72 35 37-72 34 38-72 34 38-72 36-3672 36 36-72 35- 37-72 36- 36-72 35- 37-72 34- 38-72 3637-73 34 39-73 36- 37-73 3607-73 35- 38-73 37- 36-73 37-36-73 36- 3773 37- 36-73 37-3774 37-37-74 36-3874 36- 38-74 37- 3774 38 36-74 36-3874 36- 3874 39 35-74 37- 37-74 35 39-74 37-37-74 37-37-74 37- 37-74 38- 37-75 39 36-75 37- 38-75 38 37-75 33- 4275 39- 36-75 36-39-75 36-39-75 38- 37-75 36- 39-75 39 36-75 39- 36-75 34- 4175 40- 35-75 37- 38-75 38- 3775 36- 3975 37- 38-75 35- 4075 39- 3776 38- 38-76 38-3876 36- 40-76 38 38-74 36-40- 76 36- 4076 38-3876 38-38-76 38- 38-76 39- 37-76 3M0-76 38 38-76 37- 39-76 38- 38-76 36- 40-76 37- 39-76 38- 38-76 39- 37-76 38-38-76 37- 40-77 38- 39-77 37- 40-77 40- 37-77 38 39-77 42- 35-77 3M1 77 39- 38-77 40- 37-77 38- 39-77 38- 39-77 41- 1A77 39- 39-78 41-3778 40- 3979 36- 43-79 39- 40-79 40- 39-79 40- 3979 38- 41-79 41- 3879 39- 4180 43- 37-80 42- 38-80 42-38-80 37- 4380 37-43-80 40- 40-80 3744-81 45-36-81 39- 42-81 37-45-82 41- 41-82 40- 4484 40-4484 40-46-86 47-39-86 Cage Scores EAST Del. Valley Col, 64, Scronton 61 Trinity 74, Wesleyan 69 Gettysburg 61, Bucknell 57 lona 63, Kings, Pa. 62 Temple 50, Penn St. 48 Brooklyn Col. 88, Brooklyn Poly 70 LIU 79, St. Francis, N.Y. 73 Pare 81, Pratt 60 West Chester St. 71, Mansfield St. 64 Millersville St. 91, Shippensburg St. 72 Pitt 83, Kent St. 70 American U. 69, Drexel 62 Hartford 77, Amer. Internatl. 76 LeMoyne 58, Cortland St. 54 Albany St., N.Y. 82, Plattsburgh St. 64 Hunter Col. 75, Rutgers 67 Hofstra 69, C.W. Post 59 South. Conn St. 71, Adelphl 66 Grove City 65, Geneva 58 Stevens Tech 41, N.Y. Maritime 38 Monttlalr 79, Trenton 78, overtime Swarthmore 54, Widencr 48 Wilkes 79, Susquehanna 60 Point Park 95, East. Nazarene 56 Colgate 57, Army 50 New Palti 83, Yeshiva 74 Syracuse 18 , Fordham 81 Dartmouth 78, Boston Univ. 63 Kean 76, Glassboro 70 SOUTH Armstrong St. 92, Valdosta St. 81 Florence St. 81, Tenn., Martin 80 Flsk 108, Stillman 100 Clemson 73, East. Tenn. St. 65 Jackson St. 77, Miss. Val. St. 76 Va. Tech 80, Toledo 69, Fla. St. 91, Conlslus 74 South Carolina 63, Vlllanova 47 Elon 92, Pleitfer 71 Col. of Charleston 85, Francis Marlon 71 Concord 71, West. Va. Tech. 68 Glenville 95, Morris Harvey 67 Go. Southern 73, Mercer 67 Fayettevllle St. 95, Winston-Salem St. 76 Allen 78, Voorhees 70 Centre 73, Maryville 72 Furman 89, Appalachian St. 72 W.Va. Wesleyan 75, West. Liberty 66 Norfolk St. 96, Hampton I. 87 Roanoke 104, George Mason 76 MIDWEST Marletto 63, Wooster 59 Lincoln, Mo. 86, Mo., Rolla 69 Bethany, Kon. 96, McPherson 68 Elmhurst 86, Aurora 84 Mo. West. 67, NW Mo. 61 Augustana 65, III. Wesleyan 64 East. III. 76, Mo. -St. Louis 74, overtime Miami, Ohio, 108, Ball State 81, Bowllnq Green 87, C leveland St. 69, Wittenberg 108, Wabash 69 Flndlny 85, Anderson 83 Heidelberg 69, Walsh 52 Steubenvllle 59, Gannon 36 FAR WEST St. Martin's 79, Seattle Pacific 78 Northrldge St. 90, Wcstmont 69 Ryun-Riggs (Continued from Page B-I) spoilsman will get. "If they give him much more than a half mile, lie could win the thing," said Rsun. "With Kip in the race, I think it'll add a bit of seriousness to it." The event will be a light-hearted warm-up for the second season of the International Track Association, set to begin on Long Island Feb. 15. Scoreboard D D I. -iL II NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Boston 38 14 Pd. .731 .ml Af .28 .55 .448 .345 GB 6 U'l 24 New York 34 22 Buffalo 2H 29 Philadelphia 15 39 Central Division Capital 30 24 Atlanta 26 32 Houston 20 38 Cleveland 19 40 Western Conference Midwest Division Milwaukee 41 14 Chicago 41 IB Detroit 37 19 K.C.-Omaho 21 37 . Pacific Division 6 12 13'j .322 .745 .695 .661 .362 .569 .544 .419 .393 2 4' 21 Vi Golden State 29 22 Los Angeles 31 25 Vi 9'j II Seattle 26 36 Phoenix 22 34 Portland 20 35 Wednesday's Games .364 Buffalo 114, Philadelphia 98 Atlanta 107, Los Angeles 103 Boston 105, Milwaukee 104 Capital 109, Phoenix 101 Chicago 112, Kansas City-Omaha 95 Seattle 107, Portland 94 Thursday's Gam Detroit at Golden State Friday's Games New York at Boston Ctiicogo at Buffalo Atlanta at Philadelphia Cleveland at Houston Capital at Milwaukee Detroit at Phoenix Kansas City-Omaha at Portland ABA East Division W L 36 22 33 21 35 25 18 33 13 43 West Division 38 19 29 28 30 29 25 27 25 35 Pd. .621 .611 .583 .353 .232 .667 .509 .508 .481 .417 GB 1 2 14' 22 New York Kentucky Carolina Virginia Memphis Utah Indiana San Antonio Denver - San Diego Wednesday's Games New York 121, Indiana 100 Kentucky 125, Carolina 111 Utah 88, San Antonio 81 San Diego 136, Memphis 120 Thursday's Games Virginia vs, Carolina at Charlotte Memphis at Denver Utah at San Antonio Friday's Games Memphis vs. Virginia at Norfolk Indiana at New York Son Antonio at San Diego Denver vs. Kentucky at Cincinnati Pro Hockey NHL East Division W L T PIS.GF GA Boston 34 9 6 74 217 132 Montreal 31 13 6 68 180 137 N.Y. Rangers 26 15 11 63 192 154 Toronto 24 17 11 59 190 153 Buffalo 22 23 6 50 164 171 Detroit 19 25 8 46 171 211 N.Y. Islanders 14 24 13 41 125 165 Vancouver 12 29 8 32 132 188 West Division Philadelphia 31 11 7 69 172 100 Chicago 24 11 15 63 169 106 St. Louis 22 21 7 51 142 134 Atlanta 19 23 10 48 132 149 Los Angeles 18 24 8 44 136 158 Minnesota 16 24 12 44 158 185 Pittsburgh 14 31 5 33 137 185 California 10 36 7 27 135 224 (Late games not included. L, Wednesday's Games Minnesota 4, Montreal 3 Detroit 2, Toronto 2, tie New York Rangers 6, New York Islanders 0 Atlanta 1, Chicago 1, tie Buffalo at Los Angeles Vancouver at California Thursday's Games" St. Louis at Boston Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Friday's Games Buffalo at California Chicago at Atlanta WHA East Division W L T New England 29 22 2 Quebec 27 23 3 Toronto 26 25 4 Cleveland 24 23 5 Chicogo 22 22 . 3 Jersey 22 29 2 PtS. GF GA 60 194 176 57 194 56 212 53 160 47 155 46 152 169 193 166 166 194 West Division Houston 30 17 4 64 203 138 Winnipeg 26 23 4 56 184 188 Edmonton 27 24 0 54 179 178 Minnesota 26 25 1 53 20) 189 Vancouver 20 32 0 40 191 219 Los Angeles 20 33 0 40 157 208 Wednesday's Games Minnesota 7, Chicago 2 Quebec 3, New England 0 Thursday's Game Jersey at Los Angeles Friday's Games Quebec at Vancouver Houston at Edmonton Minnesota at Winnipeg New England at Cleveland Prep Schedule Friday LaGrange at ASH DeRidoer at Lake Charles Crowley at Borbe Winnfield at Bolton Marksville at Tioga Peabody at Jonesboro-Hodge Jena at Oakdale Menard at Pineville Bunkie at Dry Prong Moreauville at Lafargue Plaucheville at Hcssmer Mansura at Raymond Natchitoches at Green Oaks Jennings at Leesville Simmcsport at Buckeye St. Matthews at Cloutiervllle Glenmora at Morrow Bayou Chicot at Plainview Georgetown at Ogden Anacoco at Simpson Old River at South Rapides Pro Bowling BALTIMORE (AP) - .The leading scorers after two rounds (12 games) of Ihe Fair Lanes Open: 1, Doc landoll, Whitestone, N.Y., 2,627 2, Gus Lampo, Endicott, N Y., 2,574 3, (tie), Dick Ritger, Hartford, Wise; Tommy Cuttle, Klnq, N.C., 2,545 5, Bobbi Crull, Tipton, lnd 2,539 6, Alex Seymore, Kannupolls, N.C., 2,-514 7, Jim Godmon, Lorain, Ohio, 2,508 8, Curt Schmidt, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 2,498 9, Johnny Petraglia, Brooklyn, N.Y., 2,-496 10, (tie). Les Zikes, Palatine, III; Tim-my Horonan, Canoga Pork, Calif., 2,493 12, Paul Colwell, Tucson, Arli., 2,486 13, Chuck Moron, San Diego, Calll., 2,-480 14, Dick Weber, St. Louis, Mo., 2476 15, Rich Carrubba, Hayward, Calif., 2,-475 16, David Soutar, Kansas City, Mo., 2,-472 17, Norm Meyers, St. Louis, Mo 2.468 18, (tie), BoWiy Knlpple, Long Beach, Calif.; Tom Morrison, Hackettstown, N.J., 2,460 20, Steve Buell, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2,4V 21, Ron Stromfrld, Columbus, 2,456 22, (tie). Dale Glenn, Los Angles; Carmen Snlvino, Chicago, 2,4'S 24, George Pappus, Charlotte, N.C., 2,-454 Georgia Footballer Critically Injured ATHKNS, Ga. (AP) - A freshman football player for the University of Georgia was in critical condition in a hospital today with a bullet wound in his neck. Authorities said Henry R. Billings, an lH-ycar-old linebacker from College Park, suffered the wound Wednesday night when a gun he was cleaning went off. He underwent six hours of surgery and was in intensive care. PfQ gaJ Jhen DeCfree fof m By Ron Roach LOS ANGELES (AP) -Dick "Night Train" Lane, according to the announce-mcnt this week from Canton, Ohio, never played college football. The announcement named Lane, along with Tony Ca-nadeo, Bill George and Lou Groza, to Pro Football's Hall of Fame. Lane, 4f, didn't play for a four-year college but he has his degree, a bachelor of science in business and market- Disqualification in Golf Don't Spit Deliberately By Noel Hughes LONDON (AP) - After months of careful consideration, the lawmakers of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club have concluded that deliberate spitting is illegal. Sports-in-Brief BASKETBALL SAN ANTONIO, Texas A federal udge ruled that All-Star forward George Gervin of the Virginia Squires can play tor the Son Antonio Spurs, also of the American Basketball Association, tor the next 10 days. ' HOCKEY PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Penguins ot the National Hockey League fired Coach Ken Schinkel and replaced him with Marc Boileau, coach of the Fort Wayne Comets of the International League. DETROIT Ned Harkness resigned as general manoger of the National Hockey League Detroit Red Wings, citing "almost daily pressures and harassment from the news media." FOOTBALL SAN DIEGO Dick Logan, offensive coordinator and recruiter at San Francisco State the last four years, was named heod football coach at the University of San Diego. DETROIT Everett "Sonny" Grand-elius, a former Michigan State University football star, was named as general manager of the World Football League Detroit Wheels. TENNIS FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Top-seeded Chris Evert defeated Wendy Overton in straight sets in the second round of the Fort Lauderdale women's tennis classic. NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Jimmy Connors of Belleville, III., the co-ranked number one tennis player In the country, defeated Bob Kreiss of Los Angeles, 7-5, 7-6 in the Arkansas International Tennis Tournament ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Brian Gottfried ot Fort Lauderdale, Fla., defeated Egypt's Ismail El Shafei in a singles match at the S50,000 Raymond James Tennis Classic. FIGURE SKATING PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Dorothy Hamlll of Riverside, Conn, took the first-day lead In the Senior Women's Compulsories at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. V BOWLING Baltimore Doc landoll of White-stone, N.Y. averaged 218 pins per game to take the lead after 12 games in the $70,000 Fair Lanes Open Bowling Tournament. 5 j 'jjiMjiMWiirr - xTWffnyp'"iac " ' n"1 hmmm www"1 C I if f -Hf--rr ii . 1 1 .iSlfli J jfmqrmmqmmmmmmmmmiBWi iw fwiPiiiiuMMwwwKWWBCTPMawtMww; m i 1L ing from attending Southern University, Baton Rouge, La., and Central State University in Ohio. "I just wasn't doing anything," he said Wednesday of his decision to go to college after he retired as a player in 15. "I had no specific jobs to do, so I thought I'd be better off trying to get my degree." Lane, a former defensive back for the Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions, now works This represents an about turn by the R and A Rules Committee at St. Andrews, the governing body of golf outside the united States. The habit of spitting on a club face originally had official blessing, but now deliberate spitting is punishable by disqualification. Accidental spitting, though not particularly nice, is still regarded as all right in Briths golfing circules. The matter came under review last year when American golfers playing on the British circuit complained about local star Guy Hunt, who regularly spat at the face of his driver before playing the stroke. Hunt, who was among Brit-ain's top golfers when he played with a wet clubface, dropped down among the also rans when he tried to play "dry," following the complaints. The theory was the wet face allowed him to hit straighter and further. At first the R and A ruled in Hunt's favor. But Four months later the reversal of spitting policy was announced. An R and A letter to Hunt said elibcrate spit was to be regarded "as foreign material to the club face so that the playing characteristics of the club could be changed purposely during the round Rule2B." Meanwhile, Hunt, having successfully kicked the habit, said he did not want to be remembered as the man whose only contribution to mm m m at the National Broadcasting Co. offices here. He said he is comedian Redd Foxx' "bodyguard and personal adviser." He said he "hopefully" can get back into pro football. He spent seven years working in the Detroit Lion front office after quitting as a player. "I have a lot of bids in for jobs, but I haven't heard anything. There's this new league starting, you know. Front office or coaching, it doesn't matter." golf was to stop spitting. He said he believed the real reason for his slump had nothing to do with wet or dry clubs. PURCHASE TIRE ROTATION Oct mnximum weiir from vmir tires We'll inflate them to proper pressure. Moore's Firestone m Si i3" if llll $I2ES H lite 4 ah ySi SIZES jj fi IS! ,"7,,, G5 15" jlg. sizes pjr J"n" m -mm mm m He doesn't believe football has changed since his heyday, which started with the Rams after Army service in 12. As a rookie, he set the National Football League record for interceptions in a season, 14, which still stands. "The money in it has changed," he said. "The game itself doesn't change; people change. Players have more speed now. Teams used to look for the powerhouse types." Lane said he now weighs 250 pounds, about 40 more than in 1905, but he recalls the days when he thought he was too skinny to play. "I'm taking my high school coach with me to Canton for the enshrinement," Lane said of the ceremonies scheduled July 27. "He's W. E. Pigford of Austin, Tex., and he stuck with me when I weighted 130 or 135 pounds. "Oh, man! I even looked BIG BARGAINS Oil TIRES - HIGH QUALITY AT L0VJ COST 13 Inch Sizes 14 Inch Sizes Size Description Price F.E.T. 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