Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 25, 1976 · Page 10
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TV Idaho Free Press 4 The News-Tribune, Wednesday. February 25 1976 - A-2 They have to win now It's new situation for UCLA's Bruins CHARLIE 0 LAYS DOWN THE LAW No A's In camp until issue settled From United Prm International UCLA's 7th-ranked basketball squad will lie in a strange position when it visits the Bay Area for games with California and Slanford this weekend. The Bruins virtually have to win lo keep (heir Pac-8 lead. "Our game with UCLA Friday will lake on new dimension." Cal coach Dick Edwards said Wednesday. "Because of Ihe Bruins' loss to Oregon, they're in an unusual musl-win situation. "The game could make our season." UCLA enlers the Berkeley game with a one game lead over Washington, Oregon and Oregon State in Ihe league and the liruins play Saturday nighl al Stanford, where Ilicy suffered a rare road defeat last year KIHIC swept a long row of stables housing nearly 100 Irotting horses at Cahokia Downs Race Track in SI. Louis early Tuesday, destroying the barn and killing a large number of horses, each worth at Icnst $1.500. One eslimale of Ihe number of animals killed was GO, but track general manager Jack Weaver said the exact number was hard lo determine immediately because of Ihe intense heal in Ihe smoldering rubble and Ihe confusion of horses being led lo safely in olher parts of the stable area. STKVE JENSEN, a Plymouth, Minn., native who starred on the U.S. Olympic hockey team, signed a professional contract with Ihe Minnesota North Stars Tuesday. Jensen will likely be in uniform tonight when the North Stars hosl the New Vork Islanders in a National Hockey League game al Metropolitan Sports Center in Bloomington. HANDY STRATTON, the second- leading scorer on the Northern Arizona basketball team, suffered a broken wrist lasl week and probably won'! play for the Lumberjacks again this year, the school announced Tuesday. Slralton was averaging 14,3 points per game for the Big Sky-leading Lumberjacks. Stratton was shooting 51 per cent from Ihe field this year. HOIS' CHATTERON, a standout defensive back and linebacker for Skyline High School in Idaho Falls last year, has signed a letter of intent lo attend Boise Slate University in the fall, according lo the Bronco athletic offices. Stratton was one of those n or 12 "lop" Idaho prep players that new head BSD coach Jim Criner said he hoped to land. BSU has also announced the signing of Kich Abuan, a defensive back from Hartncll Junior College in Salinas, California. LO\NIK SHEITON, the Oregon Slate Scoreboard PREP A-l DISTRICT f|. ·UeHMf 54 Mjdlwfl 41, PKlTtElo it DISTRICT A -1 wuract n, L Ah Hind u [r«tr ou t Pwt Fall) 41, Prfest Rivir 51 ( lour out) DISTRICT A ] Ttton 41, CfuWi 44 $H9*r-$artm *J, Firth S3 Kamith 41, Prairie II Geneuet 51, ClrarwaPtH Valley 4f SOPHOMORE TOUJ»WAAENT AT MOUNTAIN HOME CONSOLATION Meridian 54, Namp 44 Boitc !7, C«Mw«tl 3f CHAMPIONSHIP · Borah U, BurkY U Mountain Htme tt, Capital si PREP RANKINGS CLASS*. I I. H.gM»nd tlt-71 wilh 45 volet. 1. CipilaKll 1) with U votes. 3, Idaho F*lls . (17-)] wi(H1S v«tn. 4. MtKiwUVj) and MM (13-7) with ti«9ht vottv OTHERS -Meridian. LtWrStM, Skyline. Pocifello. CLASSA-1 I. Sonners Ferry (li-l) wilh -M volti. 1. MiUI«lon(U4) with 11 votes. I Shelley (IS i) withtt vot«. 4. M.irsh Valley H7-3) with )I vQf*i. i. Kuna 1 15-5) wilM n vcfes OTHERS -*uhl, PrtltWV - A-3 I. TetMiffeO) with 44 vot M . i. Kfmberl/ MM) wiTH 34 votw. 1. Glenm Ferry ( IMI · wittil-l votes. 4. New JlrmoulM IM) wilh H vottv S. West Side (15-4) with 11 votes. OTHERS -- Germe«, Fru.tUrtd. CLASS A-4 t. .tULjUlvt^. «-..· Witts 4 v*«, :i, CmbrWttl|-2) With 11 vttn. 3. C»icade [ ]*· j) with 21 votes. 4. Richfield ( is-H wilh It votes, j. Deary tllj) with nine votes. OTHERS -- Dark Cwnty. Raft River. Gretitleaf Friends. COLLEGE EAST Amherit U, CMS! Guard 4| Army H. Merrim»ek 73 CiAitiws77, St. Jw (PA) 71 Colfpfe 7«, St. Lawrence I? F»iHieW l? r loni f] PrftvMwtct M, William 7T PravldtiK* U, Rr»*» island U Tufts ill. Trinity (Conn.) Il Ulici », Eisenhower U SOUTH F tor id* SI. 104, ValtfMU St f| HE U. N, LamarU N«. Alabama 11, Tenn.-Marljn u N«fth Cartlina It, N.C. St. 7* VMI 15, C*mr*1 Weilesan 41 MIDWEST Evamvilk to, D«Pauw IT Inditna Cenlral »S. Wabash I] Vai|ur*i«* n, kuner il (OT) Vintciwtn Hi, Ptducah n SOUTHWEST Arkansas U, B»ylor U H0*Jiton 100, SMU t« Haward Pavn* 74 r An9tlo St. U M ; U. Coll. 7S, U Tourneau n TCU If, Texas II Tens AIM, n, Rice 17 WEST Bi«la 101, C»l Lutnerati 44 Cal B«pti»l )I, Aiuti PaciFic 77 L» Vefni 130, C»|tech il Memphis St. li, Sama Barbara II Occidental 74, Redlinds 70 Pj«e1 Sound IS, Pac. Luttwrin 54 San Jo*« St. 14, Poitland SI. 13 CSE M, TVCC U THE NBA Eastern Conference A t l a n t i c Civilian W. L. Pet. 9b Batran 77 II .t?3 - ullalo Philadelphia New Y o r k Central Cleeland WlihirglBn Houston New Orleins Atlanta Western IS 14 J4 M SS7 S'l Division W. L. PCI. 9( IS 11 .101 15 H .»] ' i !) it .;» i II . 4 S 1 I': Milwaukee Oelrail Kansas City Chici 90 Golden S e a t t l e Lai Portland It 11 C o n f e r e n c e Midwest Division W. L. Pet. gb li 14 .414 -11 11 .411 '! 11 17 .171 1 II 40 .119 I') Oiviilon W. L. Pel. »b 41 \t .714 -10 It .SOI ll'l 11 II .411 14 IS II . 4 4 1 li IS J! .417 II Resvlli acific stile Tuesday's Bullilo 101 New York u: Wastington 11 Chicago II Kan City HO Ptoenii 117. ot Philadelphia 101 Perlland I Wednesday's ' Games Houston il Beslon Seitlle it Bullalo Washington al New Orleans Cleveland al Detroit IJiursdiy's Games Atlanta at Phoenu New Orleans al Wuhington THEWHA New Eflqlnd Cincinnati Cleveland Ijidianapels Minnesota PnMrnix San Dltf* Wmnlm CjHarv T«f«nU .-Ottawa i-Twin ClMiKMll Calvary Eail W L T Pti gl it II 11 S S7 111 111 II II I S7 111 1S1 IS 11 S SS 111 1C4 111S i 41 IH III wen * L T Pts il ga 171] 0 7* 11* 103 II 14 4 J( 110 lit 11 n i muni 11 17 4 tilll 111 ClMdiln W L T P11 · «a 41 II 1 14 111 111 II II 4 H lif 114 11 li 4 i) 111 101 K )4 J il II) Ii4 1! 11 I 11141101 14 11 I H 114 111 41114 UC4I Keiuin Hxrllw I 1 Ter««l« l Idounten ), it Braves shoot past Knicks, 109-103 Ky United 1'ress Internalional On the court or off, Buffalo Braves guard Handy Smith is always "oul front." "(know I'm Ilic fastest player in the NBA," said Smith, v.ho was oul front on Ihe fast break oflon enniigli to match teammate Bob McAdoo's W poinK in ,1 109-103 victory over Crusaders coast past Boise JV NAMPA - Northwest Nazarene's women's basketball leam lipped its record to 10-9 Tuesday nighl with an easy 57-34 victory against the Boise State junior varsity. NNC, ahead 29-18 al the half, broke the game open early in the second half. Judy Kornslad, Kalhy Sheldahl, and Nancy Kellmcr combined for 33 points for the Crusaders, who play Thursday afternoon in 'Nampa at 1 p.m. against College if Southern Idaho. NNC is al Eastern Oregon on Friday and then wraps up the regular season March 2 Tuesday, against College of Idaho. The Crusaders still have a chance at making the regional women's playoffs and coach Martha Hopkins said Wednesday morning she expects to find out the team's chances sometime in the next few days. "If Whitworth beats Gonzaga. we're out, but if Gonzaga wins, we've still gol a chance," said the Crusaders' coach. In Tuesday's game, Boise Stale tried a zone defense against N'NC. bul NMC countered with a press in the second haff. "The zone slowed Ihings up. but we pressed them, got some quick baskets in the second half, and were generally ahead 12-14 points until we pulled oul at the end," said Hopkins. NNC outrebounded Boise State 33-21, with Sheldahl pulling down eight and freshman Debbie Rutan getting seven. NKC shot just 27.5 per cent, but got off 32 more attempts from the field thiin did the Bronco women. NORTHWEST NAZARENe il. BOISE STATE JV14 BSU II I.-M NNC 19 ! ( _ S 7 BOISE STATE - McClurs t,, Herman I, Erb 1. Emry ] Aiumerd; i, Merrill 1, Hocp«r I. NNC -- Judy KornilaillJ, Pam Sehkriahl], Jan*l Oojjetf I, Kartiy Sheldahl II, Carmen Pooley 1, Debbie RuTan 9. Cherrv Sledman 1, Mary Luhn t. Nancy Kellmer to. REBOUNDING - NNC 3], BSU 31. Leaden -- Sntrdahl S. Ruta.l ? SHOOTING- NNC 11 For 10,1M, RSU 17 lor u For H per cent the New York Knirks Tuesday night. "I also believe I'm the fastest with or w ithout the ball, "said the candid Smith. "The nexl two speedsters are Cal Murphv and Tiny (Nate) Archibald." Smith and McAdoo, the league-leading scorer who has averaged 38 points in Ihe last five games, are the prime reasons for Coach Jack Ramsay confidently predicling "we'll be in the playoffs" even though lhat issue is far from settled. However, the Braves were losing, 103-100, with jusl over a minute to play before blowing open the game with nine straight points. Smith opened and closed Buffalo's scoring in the fourth quarter with nine of his points. Elsewhere in the NBA, Washington beat Chicago, 92-83, Kansas Cily edged Phoenix, 120-117 in overtime and Philadelphia downed Portland, 106-102. In the ABA. Ihe New York Nets ripped Virginia, 111-100, and Si. Ixiuis whipped Kentucky, 116-102. Phil Chenier scored 20 of his 32 points in the second half to pace Washinglon. Chicago look a 42-41 halftime lead as Mickey Johnson scored 14 straight points to pul him within one or the NBA record for consecutive points held by Will Chamberlain. Kings I2D, Suns 117: Rookie Bill Robinzine came off the bench to score five overtime points for Kansas City. Robinzine replaced Ollie Johnson, who fouled out wilh 3:29 left in overtime and the score lied al 109, Ihe same as al the end of regulation play. Alvan Adams led Phoenix with 30 points, including a jump shol with Iwo seconds lefl in regulation to lie Ihe score. 7(iers 1M, Hlazers 102: Doug Collins notched 25 points and George McGinnis added 23 points, 22 rebounds. 10 assists and five steals to stop Philadelphia's five-game losing streak and hand Portland ils lllh loss in (he last 13 games. \c(s 111. Squires ICO: Julius Erving scored 23 points and hauled down 13 rebounds to lead New York. Rich Jones added 22 points, IB of them in the Ihird quarter, as the Nets outscorcd Virginia 34-24 and led 92-69 going into the final period. Spirits 11B, Colonels 102: .Marvin Barnes' 33 poinls helped S(. Louis snap a (hreegame losing streak and give the Spirits [heir first victory in Kentucky in 12 attempts over Iwo seasons. basketball star who was rul«d ineligible lasl Friday by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, takes his next legal move soon. Shellon will either proceed in his request for a permanent injunction in Ihe case, stemming from a preliminary injunction in November which allowed him to play, or appeal lo the Supreme Court of the United States. MIKE MAKSIIAU.. a pitcher for Ihe Los Angeles Dodgers, was arresled by campus police al Michigan Slale University Tuesday for hitting a baseball without a permit in Ihe school's intramural buildinj". Police said lhat Marshall "disrupted normal activities, to wit tennis, by hitting a baseball." Sports wire I'llAllMK FIN1.KV said Tuesday he can understand why Bill Veeck is anxious lo have his Chicago White Sox begin spring training even if he lias lo circumvent the wishes of Ihe olher major league club owners, but as for his Oakland A's, "no one goes to camp until this thing is settled once and for all." "This thing" is the expired contract between the owners and Ihe Major League Players Association. Current negotiations for a renewal are hung up- over interpretation of baseball's reserve clause. "I'm no! against athletes getting what is fair and justified," said Finley. "but they are now trying lo kill Ihe goose that laid Ihe golden egg." ANNE HKNMNU, the former Olympic speedskaler, raced out of a tightly- bunched pack Tuesday, winning Ihe lasl three events lo coast to (he championship of the woman's Superstars competition in Rolonda, Fla. Henning hauled for the lead with 16- year-old billiards champion .lean Halukas most of Ihe day but pulled away with first- place finishes in the soflball throw, the bike race and (he obstacle course run. The 20-year-old Henning finished wild 53 points and look home the first place prize of $35,000. PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE (Division IIland College (Division III) unanimously relaincd their leads Tuesday in Ihe weekly basketbalJ ratings conducted by Ihe NCAA. Textile received the maximum 120 points in the balloting as II rode lo a 23-2 record and a lop rating for Ihird con- seculive week. Coe (Iowa), 20-0, bus been No. 1 in ils division for five straight weeks. MARQUETTE'S AL McGUIRE RUNS TRAFFIC AS WARRIORS WIN AG ASN In 11 years al school, he's 243-71 *iih may 20 or mort win seasons Giants sale gets OK from owners CTHPAnri dipr* c..f« «r n,., p.._ r. i . _ KKKU DE BERNARD), a former world class shotputter, has signed a contract with Ihe Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. DeBernardi. who is 6-4 and 255 pounds, played his college ball at Texas-El Paso and was an llth-round draft choice by Baltih,ore's Colls in 1974. He signed with Montreal as a defensive end. DIMM: PUTNAM, a former all-pro guard, and Ken Iman, who played center for Green Bay and Los Angeles, were named assistant coaches Tuesday by Dick Vermeil, new head coach of Ihe Philadelphia Eagles. DAN .MAI.ONKY, a forward for the Detroit Red Wings, was ordered Tuesday to go on trial for assaulting Toronto's Brian Glennie in a NHL game last Nov. 5. LOUISIANA SUPERDOME officials cslimale it will cost up to $13.000 to install new box office windows equipped to' let customers and ticket sellers talk to each olher. The glass now enclosing the S1G3.5 million stadium's -14 ticket windows consists of solid panels without communication slots commonly found at other box offices. Customers and sellers at the counters have been forced lo scream at each olher or speak through money slots to communicate. Nampa sophs ousted MOUNTAIN HOME - White Nampa and Caldwell were ousted Tuesday night, Borah and Mountain Home rode into Ihe finals of their regional sophomore basketball tournament at the Tiger Gym. Caldwell lost to Boise 57-39 in a consolation game and Nampa fell lo Meridian 54-36. In the championship bracket games later in the nighl. Borah got pasl Bui ley 66-61 to run its record lo 22-0. Mountain Home, getting just 11 points from lop scorer Masten, gol enough help in olher places lo beat the Capital Eagles by a whisker. 52-51. Nampa. typicaiiy. got off to a bad first quarter in its game. "We did it again, had a bad opening period," said coach Rick Larsen. "After that, (he : kids steadied and played'prettv well." Nampa was down 31-16 at halftime, but climbed back within 39-31 after three quarters. "It was a good comeback," said Larsen. Gary Johnson had 12 points for Nampa, while Jerry Hayenga added 10 and Brian Trimble six. Jeff Kollmann and Brian Garlic had five apiece. "We went with a quicker lineup al Ihe start, and started man-lo-man," said Larsen. "That was probably a mislake. maybe we should have started in a zone." Ciia.,'1 J ,, ,, ,, ··!« ,, 10 11 « » C - OeMark !. Woodward 1. Tavjrei 1. Osjood II, Meier ]!, Femer 2, Huffman ]- » - Mount If, Spjufe I, Spain i. woods 17. Jorgenwn 1, Gabneison 4, Wilk« 1 Kooptr J. Meridian ,j j, j, ,, · mpl 4 U 31 4t MERIDIAN - Uendlgll (, Kf:J , 3 Flanary t, Rader », Rinqler IJ, or l' NAMPA- Smith (, A« !, Carlit i I!. Havenja ID, Trimble I, Hnll 1, Kollmann s Kr'lr' " " " " H 11 SO U Surrey -- Davil I!, carpenter I. Davldl 1, Jones II. Karb, 1,; Borah - Gri 9 sby M Juley II. Kel,on I. VcCormirt II Donaldson I, Keeth !. Mountain Hcme ,J " " jj g.1.7 ''3 ..','· p '" rMn '«· Hurst 14, Roban 3, Williams 4. Carson l · MM McMillan,, waste. II, NOW,..M.^aT 'I. MJittf II. i. Tomai ; TEXAS A * M'S SONNY PARKER GETS UP OVER RICE LAST NIGHT . . . 4 AM ellnctHd SoufArWtl Contunict IrHt wHb IH rtctotf CHICAGO (DPI) - Sale of Ihe San Francisco Gianls to a triumvirate of Robert Lurie, Bob Short and MEI Corp., for $8 million won approval from National League owners Tuesday under conditions league President Charles "Chub" Feeney said would be easy lo meet. Fecney said the conditions were no! financial and consisted only of "things which car, he written down on paper" lo satisfy Ihe league requirements. The new owners were give:i until next Monday lo meet Ihe conditions, and Feeney said he "had no doubt" they would be able lo comply. It was believed Ihe conditions, in part at Stoneham'sout of matter now SAN FRANCISCO (UP!) - When National League owners announced Ihey had approved sale of Ihe San Francisco Giants lo a combine headed by Hob Luric. il brought to an end Sloneham family ownership in a franchise lhal produced 10 championships in. 57 years and once was baseball's most glamorous team. II was in 1919 that Charles A. Sloneham purchased conlrolling inleresl in Iht Giants- then based in New York-and made them Ihe best leam in Ihe National League in Ihe 20s under John J. McGraw. When Charles Stonoham died in 1935, his soil Horace, Ihen only32, assumed conlrol and the Gianls continued as a power in Ihe Ml,, urlil changing limes and habits forced Ihe club lo move West in 1958. least, concerned moves by Ihe new owners in renegotiating the Giants' lease lo plav in Candlestick Park, which extends until 1994 with the cily of San Francisco, and possibly attempts to escape from a 50 cent per ticket admission lax imposed by Ihe cily as well as shifting Ihe responsibility for park securitv from Ihe ball club lo Ihe city. Mayor George R. Moscow of San Francisco abo appeared before Ihe league meeting and later said he was "certain" he could gain approval to cancel the admission lax al least "on bleacher seals" and almost certain he could obtain approval from Ihe board of supervisors to lift the tax on olher seals He also said lie believed arrangements could be made to change the responsibility for security. A possible stumbling block to completion of the documents by Monday was the fact that Shorl, a former owner of Ihe Texas Rangers was injured seriously in a fall last Thursday and is hospitalized under heavy sedation Lune, appeared before Ihe leaeue representing the new owners, said he would go lo Minneapolis lo set Shorl as soon as the laller s condition permits him lo learn of Ihe condihons for purchase Lurie's group, of which he owns 50 per cent wilh Short and MKI each owning 25 per cent rn.ide a concrete offer to buy lasl week and Monday night the Gianls' board of directors approved a counter proposal which "was presented ,o .he I.urie group Tuesday mor Short, Lurie said, had nol been informed of Ihe counter offer, and MKI had nol had lime lo study ,I. But Lurie said he was sat with the proposal. He said Ihe group pay the M million In cash CJUDWELL TRANSMISSION SERVICE 3815 Cleveland Cald. 459-0759 Traniminioiu ihould be itrviced 'very 12,000 mile, *·»"«. irouf «', MMwtk !,,,-*. 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