Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 13, 1975 · Page 17
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 17

Nampa, Idaho
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Thursday, February 13, 1975
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«*"**«*^^ sports wire-Clemson's sudden status is l-'rom UnlUM Press International 1'J.KMSO.V I'.VfVERSm' where basketball Coach Tales L«k« has lifted (he Tigers from the role of "poor relation" in (he Atlantic Coast Conference is under investigation, specifically in Ihe area of their recruiting practices. K Clemson teams have knocked off both Maryland and North Carolina this season and came close to North Carolina State According to reports in ihe Baltimore Sun, the investigation centers around the possibility mat the university helped freshman Skip Wise and four olher . y Oregon basketball coach whose players are known as the "Kamikaze Kids," isn't loo happy wilh his "Kamikaze Fans" and says that hp'll be happy lo leave his home floor of itfac Court in Eugene for Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles this weekend. Oregon dropped games to USC and UCLA over the weekend falling lo 3-4 in the 1MC-8. "The guys lhal wear the Kamikaze T-shirts all over town and lalk aboul how proud they are of the program didn't hang in there very long. . .and 1 won'l forget that." (farter was upset wilh the booing of his players, Ihrealening of officials, and litter and ice that was thrown on Ihe floor. JOE RUD1 has done the near impossible. He's gone one-on- one with Oakland A's owner Charlie Finley and won. What he won was a $90,000 contract -- when all Finley was willing to offer was $70,000 without having to go through arbitration. EARL STROM, National Basketball Association official, caught the brunt of the fans' wralh Wednesday in Seattle where irate fans poured b.eer on him and punched him after a Supersonics game. Sonic fans were upsel over Slrom's officiating of Seattle's narrow 104-103 win against Houston. The incident had been set off by a confrontation on the court which involved Strom, Sonic guard Fred Brown, and Sonic Coach'Bili Russell. JIM McFAHLAND, a second- string light end for the SI. Ixmis Cardinal; since 1970, testified Wednesday the Kansas Cily Chiefs had expressed an interesl in him in 1972, but the concern about the amount of com- pensalion lhal NFL Com- Tar Heels defeat the Blue Devils CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UP!) Mitch Kupchak and Phil Ford bagged 18 points each Wednesday to lead loth-ranked North Carolina to a 78-70 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball victory over Duke. Walter Davis added 17 points and Tommy la Garde 12 as the Tar Heels pushed Iheir overall record lo 15-5 and their ACC mark lo 6-2, leaving them tied with North Carolina State for second place in the league behind Maryland. Duke, now 12-9 overall and 2-7 in Ihe ACC, was paced by H points from Pete Kramer. Tale Armstrong and Kevin Billerman each had 13 and Bob Fleischer and Willie Hoc'ge had 12 each. Vale and Nyssa meet for title CALDWELL-With the eighth grade championship of the Snake River Valley league on the line, Vale and Nyssa jump il up lonight at 7:30 p.m. at Vallivue Junior High school in the title game. Preceding the consummating tilt, Vallivue takes on Nyssa in the 6 p.m. consolation game. The Vikings earned their bracket by way of a 36-28 win over Vallivue Tuesday night in the late game as Johnson poured In M points for Vale, seconded by Hock's 12. Vallivue had Ihe high man on the floor, Lone Elk. who accounted for 18. Nysu bulldogged their way into the title game with a 3M8 shellacking of Emmett in Tuesday evening's early contest. Van Ettle had 13 for the Bulldogs, Dplgato 10, while Darnell knd Yunker shared high honors (or Emmett with five each. In the first round of games on Monday, Vallivue eliminated Payette 30-28, Vale sent Kuna packing 42-27 and Emmetl knocked 'oul Middlelon 26-21. missioncr would name mighl have put off any Iradc. McFarland testified before U.S. Districl Judge Earl Larson in Minneapolis in an anti-trust suit Irial initiated by 16 present and former NFL players who contend the Rozelle rule, under which Rozelle dictates com- ponsalion for trades is monopolist THK HOUSTON,\KIIOS don't seem (o know how lo stop. On the road or a! home, (hey just keep winning. They kepi it up Wednesday nighl as the posted their second straight road w i n , downing the Minnesota Fighling Samls, 3-1 (o move 10 points ahead of second place Phoenix In other W1IA action, Edmonton and New Kngland lied, 2-all, Cleveland bcal Chicago, 5-3, Toronto shackled Winnipeg, 7-4, and Vancouver edged Phoenix, 5-4. T 11 K M o ,\ T II K A I. CANADIKNS of the National Hockey League don't seem loo prone to loses on the road eillicr. They didn'l win at Toronto Wednesday night, but they didn't lose eilher, as ihey halved with the Maple Leafs 2- fcsasssmmjsasis^^ under probe Tlii. 1 Idiilm r'rec l-'ress The .N'ews-'liibunc. Thui sda.v. February 13.1075 -- A-V A'sJoeRudi TM fi '" lhe ' r division and the Nlll.'s best overall wan-tost percentage. In older NHL games, Buffalo and Pittsburgh Hod, :i-3. Chicago ripped Hoslon, 8-3, Ihe New York Islanders ambushed Miniwsotii, ·1-2, California downed Detroit, 4-2, and Los Angeles lied Atlanta, 2-2. T II K K K N T U (' K Y {·Ol.dXKI.S. nol about to keel over despite (he consislent strong play of Ihe New York Nels in this year's American Basketball Association season, look advantage of a snow storm lhal kept the Nets idle to move inlo a first place tie wilh a 112- fftSSmmmmmiSiSfSifilfm 100 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Hird Averitl had 29 points and Arils Oilmorc added 26 as (he Colonels ran (heir winning sli-eak (u eighl games. Around (he rest of the league, SI. Louis ripped Virginia, 123- I I I , Ulah dropped Memphis, 10195, and Denver rallied to beat S;in Diego, 115-109. 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