Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 24, 1976 · Page 13
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Irish making move in poll IteUPI fiH rr ,7 m a n a r TM ains lhcMlw ch ° ice "f ball Loom h 11 v Ch u eSaSthe No - '-"nked college basketball learn, but the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame are begin. ning to make a move of their own The Hoosiers, still undefeated, pulled 37 first place votes vT**? P arlici P ali "g m "« voting to easilv Marquetle (22-1 , in total points Rutgers and Nevada-Us Vegas each took adavantage of IK. LA s shocking home court loss to Oregon on Saturday by moving up to fourth and fifth place restively, but it was nth" n ?r,T ?* m3iP ' he biggK! gain ' Thc Fi hlin 8 Irish now 2tM after three straight wins las! week, moved from 10th to sixth for their highest ranking in neark a vear. UCLA and Maryland, the nation's most notably upset victims, dropped this week, the Bruins going from fourth to seventh and the Terrapins slipping a notch lo eighth. Washington and Alabama completed the lop 10. Y O R K - Tlie Unltrt Press LMernariOMl Soard ol Cacrws lop 3 j college ball Harm wnh Firil-pUcs voi» and reordi in o«renlhi=i« rwort in lames piayt-d inroufn Sarurdiy. Feb. lh ^ reni ^»»- r«erls m- dune g Twelfth Week T?am I. lodianjIlllJ.O) 1 MarquetteJIlMi 1. North Carolina 1(11-1) 4. flutg,enl3. 5. N3«da Lai Veg«l7i-n 4. NclreOar.iedM] I. UCUM10-41 * Mjrylandni-S] t W«hirtgtort[ll.Jl IS Alabama I 111) II. Midiiginnt-SI 12. Tennessee {Tl-u 11. Miuourilll-)) 14. St.jchiftNYin.il 15. Louisville nj 5) li TexasAiMdO.S] 17. Florida sr.lll-S) II. NarmCar.SI.IH.il It. Cinm'nnali(l?.4j 11. Arilo-UIlM) The Idaho Krec Press The News-Tribune. Tuesday. February 24.1976--13 Scoreboard SOCCER, SAYS PELE, iS CATCHING ON ALL OVER THE COUNTRY NOW . 2-year-old makes a successful steal; Pels was in Miami doing cycle promotion Four-way tie is possible Big Sky's climax--Saturday drawing From L'niled Press International JOHN UONIXG. commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, said Monday he has arranged a conference telephone call for this Saturday nighl to determine which (earn will host the league's playoffs. "Alter Saturday nighl's games we could have a four team lie for (irsi place in the league." Roning said. "If we have a two. three or four-way tie. we'll have a drawing in Moscow. Idaho. Saturday night lo determine which team will host llic playoffs." La*l season, the conference elected to have a playoff between the lop four teams lo determine which club would advance lo the NCAA Far West quarterfinals. TKKHV UTKK and LeRoy Norlin. both of N'ampa. bowled a 1.308 sel of doubles in the handicap division to move inlo first place yflcr (lie initial weekend of ths 1970 Men's Stale howling lour.nament currently taking place in Weiser and Ontario. ·Lithe lied'wi'h llomedale's Bob* IshibashT foV'the' high single game in the first weekend of the tournament, both rolling 277's. The tournament picks up again Saturday and Sunday. TOM OEHKRKY, for the third time- lias season, has tieen named Big Sky player of (he week. PeBerry. a 6-5 guard from Northern Airzona, scored -15 pninls in NAU's two wins last weekend as the Lumberjacks moved inlo first place in Ihe league. DeBerry leads his team in scoring anil rebounding and leads Ihe entire league in iissisls. THE [\TKR\AI. REVE.VL'K Service put Ihe finger on Charles 0. Finley and Co.. Monday. The company, which owns the Oakland Athletics baseball team, has failed lo file corporate income tax returns for Ihree years. Ihe IRS said. Finley's company last filed in 1971. MAIiVlN MILLER, the executive director of the Major League Baseball players Association, says (he owners' action Monday in postponing the slart of spring training is "nonsense" and an attempt losnovr Ihe public into believing Ihe players are at fault in Ihe current contract negoliations. "I think it's comical." said Miller in a telephone interview. "For the first time in history, an industry that is now threatened by strike action from its employes is shuliing itself down of its own volition. "The dispute is caused by the owner's demand that we agree to strip from the players present right which they have in their contracts. Thai's something that cannot he stripped away." I.IONKI. RUSK. Ihe former world banlam weight boxing champion, has broken a contract to fight in South Africa because he is not willing lo be classified as an "honorary while." Hose. 28, Ibe first aboriginal to win a world boxing title, was to have met world-ranked South African junior light- bright ehamp Happy Boy in a houl that could have earned him a world championship challenge. "I am a black man and I am proud of il," said Rose. "11 is an insult to my people and black Snulh Africans that I should be made an honorary white to fight in South Africa." (HAItl.KS (). FINi.KV. was "forever enjoined" Monday from shunting off aerial bombs at his team's games lo celebrate home run: and victories. Superior Court Judge Zook Sutton issued an injunction Sports wire sought by (he Alameda County legal aid society on behalf of senior cili/ens living within six blocks of the Oakland- Alameda Clisomn Coliseum Complex. They said the bombs disturbed their sleep, caused dogs lo bark and made Iheir grandchildren cry. GKKf; HALMRD and Ron Lee, who led Oregon to a 20 point win over UCLA in Pauley Pavilion Saturday night, have been named co-players of Ihe week in the Pacific-6 Conference. In wins over UCLA and USC in Los Angeles, Ballard had 35 points anrl 23 rebounds while Lee had 32 points and 16 assists. I"AT HOKK has fallen down somewhat in the voting for West su.uad in Ihe upcoming Piz?a Hul Basketball Classic. Iloke. the (i-8 center for the Boise Stale Broncos, had been steadily closing in on the top in through last week, but he has suddenly fallen to 'flrd. Sieve Weist of Idaho, far back in the voting a week ago, is now ahead of Iloke. having moved in I9(h position. VERX THOMPSON of Brigham Young and Arizona center Boh Elliott Monday were named co-winners of the Western Athletic Conference player of Ihe week award. The WAC cited Ihe 0-5 Thompson for leading Brigham Young in ils (M-BJ weekend victory over Utah lo knock the t'tes out of first place. Elliot's play in Arizona's 67-65 win over New .Mexico pushed the Wildcats to (tie (op of the league. lUHIIYI. S1TT1.KR scored his third hal-lrick nf the vi-ar fnr Ihe Tornnlo Maple Leafs Monday evening as Hip Leafs dropped the A'.bnla Flumes 7-1 in Hie only National Ifnc.key League game of the evening. There were no games si-lteriuled in Ihe World Hockev Association. MAHY SCHAUF'S li; points Monday night paced :i halanml sx'nritiK attack to lead Immaculate College lo a M- 5:t victory in Villanova. Pa., that shritteml Delta Stale's 31- game winning streak in wumens basketball. The game, played In-fore a capacity crowd of :i2Di) had been tied 12-12 in the early going hut Delia spent IIIOM cil iho coiitc-sl playing catch-up. TKXAS A 4c M goes after its second slraight imLlisputcd Soutliwcsl Conference basketball title tonight and since Ihe lasl obstacle in Ihe Aggies' path is Hice. it appears the championship is as goud as won. The Aggies already have claimed no worse than a share of the crown ami they will have a lll-day resl as uell fnllnwing tonight's game since they nwn a buy into the finals of the SWf piisl-scason toiirn.iinenl. I't'l.A has agreed to accept the recommended reinstatement of Chuck Debus. Ihe school's women's track coach. Debus was suspended in October after complaints of improper conduct. An arbitrator (irrin Evans, a USC law professor - said lie found six charges of improper conduct either iinlrue or n! supported by evidence. Spring training, say baseball owners, won't go off on time XK«' YORK lUPf) - The executive director of Ihe Major League Baseball Players Association today labeled Ihe clubowners 1 postponement of the slarl of spring Iraining as "nonsense" and predicted lhal "saner heads" will prevail. Marvin Miller, the players' spokesman, said the owners' aclion was purposely intended lo mislead Ihe public inlo believing the Players Association is holding up Ihe 1976 season because of its demands on Ihe reserve clause issue. American League President Lee MacPhail and National League President Charles Kecncy announced jointly Monday that the clubowners would nol open spring training until a new basic agreement can be reached with the Players Association. "We feel Ihis is the quickest, surest way to reach an agreement." MacPhail said. "We want to gel Ihis oul of the way first. And then start playing baseball." "1 think il is comical." said Miller. "For the first time in history, an industry Dial is nol Ihreatened by a strike action from ils employes is shutting itself dnwn of ils own volilion "Thc fad is that the Players Association has made no demands in Ihe reserve rule area," Miller continued. "The dispute is caused by Ihe owners' demand that we agree to strip from the players present rights, which Iliey have in their contracts. That's something that cannot be stripped away. "We hare made a proposal dial the difficult issue of the reserve clause be set asideso lhal an agreement can be reached on all other issues and mat the season can starl on lime." "Part of that agreement would be a four- year, no-strike pledge," Miller added. The owners' position is lhat they will postpone opening Iheir camps indefinitely until a new agreement is reached lo replace the old one. which expired on Dec. 31. "We are doing our best lo achieve a prompt settlement," MacPhail said. "But Ihe progress Ihus far has been most discouraging. The major difference lhat blocks an agreement is the insistence by (ho association for a reserve system tha! would he wholly unworkable. "The idea nf playing baseball and negotiating at the same lime," MacPhail concluded, "is not desirable." BERNARD KING IS TALKING TO BIRDS . Tennessee sin gets two as Vols win is SIC Emmeff edges posf Vi'fces in tourney THE WHA MIDDI.F.TON - A goalten- i ding cat! on a last-second shot t put an end lo an exciting game [Monday night as Emmetl's I junior varsity heal Middleton's [junior varsity 63-fil in the first I round nf the SRV JV meet, In other games, Bishop Kelly [clipped Kuna 51-38 and Payotte I toppled Weiser, 67-50. R e g u l a r - s e a s o n champ lYallivue gets inlo the action Itonighl. playing F.mmell a! 8 IP m. In the iii:w game at Mid- Id'cton's gym. Payelte takes on lltishop Kelly. The consolalinn final and championship final will be played Monday. March ]. at the Payettc Dome. There were 49 fouls called in Ihe Kmmell-Middlelon game. Carroll had 16 poinls and Terry 15 for the winners, while Jeff Wagner I6). and Scott Markwell 115) led Ihe Vikes. Middielon had a five-point lead In the contest, but generally il was closely-fought all the way. 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