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Maryland goes bye-bye fast IN THE CRUCIAL MOMENTS OF OVERTIME, REFEREE STEVE KUHARSKI LETS MERIDIAN COACH GREG HORDEMANN HAVE? * '*" """ Kumars.-! leveled technical altei Capita/ bucket was mien 9000 - Warriors lost District tille g j m « Jabbar, Lakers whip Warriors From United 1'ross Internationa! KAKEEM ABDl'L-JABBAR had one of those lake-charge nights Friday as he led tlie Los Angeles Lakers lo a 106-99 win over Golden State in NBA play. Jabbar showed what he and ihe Lakers are capable of as he hit 15-of-18 shols from Ihe field, pulled down 20 rebounds, had a season- high 12 assists, made (hrec steals and blocked two shots to help L.A. post ils first victory in five tries againsl the Warriors Ihis season. Gail Goodrich was a more than welcome helping hand, scoring 36 points. In other NBA games. Philadelphia defeated Detroit 123-112. Boston beat New Orleans 9893. Kansas City whipped Seattle 111-93. Phoenix nipped Chicago 99-97 and Cleveland trounced Portland 113-tod. In the ABA. New Vork downed Virginia 127103. San Antonio dropped Indiana 12-i-IH. and Denver outdid St. Louis 137-125. JACKIE GLKASOS' is more than just upset with Ihe PGA. Gleason claims that Ihe Tournament Players Championship, which supplanted his annual Gleason Classic this year, ignored him and oilier sponsors in ihe promolion and failed lo supply enough pros for the pro- celebrity event. Gleason said his tournament won't be held next year if the PGA caii'i guarantee to come through and he also ihrealened to organize celebrity-sponsored golf tournaments, such as the Bob Hope Bing Crosby and Glen Campbell events against Ihe PGA. KEKMIT ZAKI.K V. show ing no effects of a serious neck operation less lhan five moulds ago. forged into a Iwo-slroke lead Friday at the midway point in ihe Citrus Open golf tournament. Zarley. two strokes off the pace al Hie start of Friday's play, shot a six-wider 6C to go II- under al 133 and move ahead of Gay Brewer and Mark Hayes, who shared runner-up honors al 135. BASEBALL is scheduled lo slart in just one month, bul bolh the players and owners are still arguing about ihe reserve clause. The iwo were due lo have a time al bat today to explain their laiest positions in New Vork. The two sides met Friday for ihe 25lh time hut again failed In make any notable progress. MKI LAL'DAof Austria, the reigning world chamn. drove a Ferrari lo victory Saturday in the South African Formula One Grand Prix. fighting off a blistering final-lap drive by .lames Hum in a McLaren The win gives Lauda a commanding la- Boise's Braves get State berth ROISK -- Jeff Swanson left the game with a hadly-sprained wrist in the first quarter, and wilh Boise Iniling li-2. things looked bleak for the Braies Bat on a night when Kurt Kuyper. Ihe unsung fi-6 forward for Boise, couldn't miss. Swanson's departure didn'l matter. The Br.n-es. gelling a clufch off-the-bonch performance from Clyde Ch.ise and 22 points from Kuyper. rolled past Mountain Home 6657 Friday nighl al Capital for Ihe last area berth in the .Siale inurnamf-m wlih-h begins next Thursday. Boise is lo play Highland Thursday at 7 p.m. at Meridian -- one nf two sites for Ihis year's A-l championships. There will also be games al Capital winding down to the finals on Saturday niylu. Chase hit two straighl shols [otic ihe game 6-6 for Boise aftcr'Swanson left and he ended up with 10 points anrf five rebounds. "lfclirla great job." praised happy coach Ron AltNeloy 80ISE It,MOUNTAIN HOME it I W I N N E R T O S T 4 T E ) ·OlSE -- Motl i, Klumpp 7, Kuypcr », Jtnnmgs 1), Wlllo«1 l.Chait 17- TOTALS --110-1 11-41 MOUNTAIN HOME -- SchilKr ', fW t, Flhrrxr 19, luttflurdt II, EsKs l. Frames I. Robiwn 1. TOTALS -- » M t-lr. NtM It M U U lead in Ihe drivers' standings. PIERHE TKUDEAU. prime minister of Canada, Friday repeated earlier refections of Quebec requests for federal financial assistance for an $8,000 million 1376 Summer Olympic Games deficit. AUSTHALIA'S JOHN NKWCOMBE and Tony Roche Friday night defeated the American team of Stan Smith and Bob Lutz, 6-3,3-6,7-5lo give Australia ils only victory so far in World Cup Tennis Play. CHRIS EVERT (ought off stubborn Marita Redondo in a baseline duel Friday night in San Francisco for a 6-7, 7-6, 7-6 semifinal victory in the $75.000 Virginia Slims of San Francisco. JACK XICKI.AUS has arranged an unprecedented three-bole, tolal-slroke playoff plan for his Memorial Tournament scheduled for May 27-30al Muirfield Village Golf Club al suburban Dublin. Ohio. Never before in an official U.S. lournamenl pro or amateur, has this concept been used to determine a winner on Ihe same day a lournamenl isscheduled to end. if it resulls in a deadlock afler 72 holes. S1IKM.A YOl'NG bagged a double Saturday in Berlin on (he opening day of Ihe World Spring Speed Skaling championships when she captured the women's 500 and 1,000 meter events in a meet handicapped by a political dispute. Only last week. Ihe Russians told the organizers they were sending a star-studded learn to the championships, but Ihey back out after vainly demanding a separate invitation from the West Berlin government, taking offense at the original invilalion which had come from the West German skating un union. GV1LI.EHMO VH.AS gave his Argentinian home land a tie wilh Chile Saturday in Ihe South American zone Davis Cup playoffs by winning his first singles match yesterday in Santiago. Chile. Cascade is A-4 champ RyGarySchaffer PAYETTE -TheCascade Ramblers made il four in a row. and two when il counled. by running past the Cambridge Bulldogs 72-53 to win the District Three A-l Basketball Tournament Friday. The Ramblers had lo do it the hard way, trailing by as much as 14 points midway through the second period. Cambridge then tried lo slow down the pace wilh a four-corner offense, but Ihe Ramblers repeatedly stole the ball and chipped away to cut the lead lo two. 30-28 a! half. "The turning point came when Ihey iried lo slow down the game," Rambler ccach Val Tyler commcnled. "We came back from fourteen down to only (wo. and il was a lot easier lo get fired up (or Ihe second half." The Ramblers dominated Ihe stalistics, shooling 45.-1 per ccnl to 34.0 per cent for Cambridge. Cascade outrebnunded Ihe Bulldogs 39-31) wilh both teams committing 14 lournovors. PREP District!, A-l Moscow IS. Sandpoiisl t) Iwlnntr 10 statd Dlifricl I.A.J Ocnesee 31. KwMMck u (Doth t» stalsl Shelly ;. Soutti Frfmonl il (User out) Dislricllll.A-l Capital 71, Miridlan 17 lot) (b«th lo sialtl Boise II, Mwnliin Home a Iwiiror t. slate) Dislrictlll.A.l YlHivue-H. Mlddlelon 65 (wihrwf To slare) Jerry Pare tarry JaecVel Wilier Barber lomNltporte Fcrreit Feilur Tom Wahon Sp'keKellty Oave STtmrer George John son Gibby Gjlberl Charles Coody 73-1*-- 111 H-71-W 70-73 -1*1 U-75 -- 14} 4M4-1O 7J-70-- H3 73-70-143 71-71-143 71-71-- 143 70-73-143 70-73--143 Bishop Kelly $J. Kuna « (loser out! District!!!, A-3 New Plymoufh47 J Hamedatf 3f (wi,iii«r lo Parma *3, Fiultland i| (loier out) Diilricf III, A 4 Cascade 73. Cambridge S3 (both to state) Diitricl l, A-l Le wiiton 71, C«ur d'Aferw 43 DiilrittVl.AO Telcnii, Ririe 44. DJilrletVI, A-4 Clark County $1, North Gem it District IV, A-4 RieJilifid 41, Camis County 43 (winner to D i i t r i t l V A - 4 Rill River S4, OakFey 4f 0ijlrlcflV, A-l Miriico w, Twin Fills H (winner lo state. Icier oui) Glenns Ferry il, Kim'berlv 31 (both tg District V A-? SnaVe R^er «, Preston 41 (winner la itafe. [rjsgr oul) COLLEGE PHYOFFSANDTOURMAMENTS E«T£RNCOI.LE6IATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SOUTHERHREGIONAL (FIRST ROUND) Oearaem.n (oci 7!, Villar»va w George wash. w, w. Virginia tl BIG SKY CONFERENCE (FIRST ROUND) Wtbsr SI. U, No. Arlicna !« Beise si. II, Kate St. II ATHLETIC COMTCONFERENCE (SEMIFINAL ROUND) No. Carolina I:, Clemson H Virginia !) Maryland u EASTCOAST CONFERENCE (SEMIFINAL ROUND! Holslra 71, Lafayette 71 Temple et, SI. Joses)h's(Pa) 71 METRO SIX [SEMIFINAL. ROUNDI Cincinnati 71, Ctarji) Tech il Memphis SI. 17, Louisville 7* OHIOVALLEV CONFERENCE (FINAL ROUND) W. KeMirckr IS, Morel.-ad SI ID SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE (SEMIFINAL ROUND) Tens Teih 70, Arkansas i! EAST AMrrt 111, Elsenhower I! imhersl H, Sprlnjllein IS Harrington 91, Pha. Bible SI Brown 71, Dartmtmrh it (OT) E. Naiarene 101, Nyack Ht Gannon I], Union II (OT) Hamilton 17, utlca lo MerrimaeJt H. Trinity (Com ] 77 P«nn 17, Columbia U Prir.celon /!, Cornell it Uosali ti. lentY City u lilt II, Harvardii Vork I N Y ) a, Nr Tech U [ O T ] SOUTH ValUosla St. ll. w. Geortfa 17 MIDWEST Marquelte 74, Xavier (Ohio) «9 0»rlin U. Ohio N ON hern 70 Wittenberg 44, Ollerbeln H WEST Colo SI H, Brigham Young l° Davis )], Cliico SI. II Slanlord 73, Ca«far/ila 45 Slinnlajs It. Sacramenlo SI. It Wyoming 41. Ulan II PRO GOLF TOUR AndyNoftti Brucf Crampton BobWenne JuliuiBcros MikeMcCullWjgh Da flflf Edwards Eddie Pea re e Randy Enkfne Larry N«l»n Tom Jenkins Rod Curl Hatelrwin DwighlNsvil Bobby Wadkins EdOougherly Gary Player Marty Pieckman R.K.$ik« Butch Baird M 70--144 12.71-144 M'71-144 147(~I44 M.73-144 n71-144 71-H -144 JI-7J--J4'4 13-71--114 71-73--144 73-JI--H4 73-71--144 71 71-144 71-73-144 73-71-144 7J-M-144 THE NBA Eail^rn Canference AlFantlc Divltfan Boston PhiUdetphia Buffalo Hew York Central W. L. Pet. gb Washington Cleveland Houston Atlanla New Orleans Western Milwaukee Detroit Kansas Chv Chicago Pacili Golden state Los Angeles SeaTlle Phoenix Porlland 37 II .51* ( JS If .J(S *i 1C 33 .474 12 Division W. L. PO. ati 40 2S .411 37 IS .») l' ; 31 31 .4CI | 11 3! .415 I t ' } 17 U .4!* i; Conference Midi* e«f Oiviiion W. L. Pt. q| » 34 .451 n 37 ,«j j 14 40 .174 J IB 44 .310 10 Division W. L. Ptt. gb « II .714 Z 11 .141 13 31 13 .412 ,4 2* H .415 li ?l 31 .OJ By U»K«4 Press Inttrnational For years, Maryland complained thai Ihe North Carolina member teams of Die Allantic Coast Conference had an unfair advantage in the ACC's annual basketball toufnament because It was held in Greensboro. N.C. Bul this year Ihe tournament was moved lo the Capital Center in Landover, Md. and Maryland still came up short. And Ihis time it wasn't even a North Carolina team that had the honor of eliminating the Terps. Maryland, which has finished in (he nation's lop 10seven times in the last 12 years arid was ranked No. 8 this year, fell to unheralded Virginia Friday nighl, 73-65, to miss out on a tournament showdown wilh regular season champ and No. 3-ranked North Carolina. The Tar Heels had an easy lime in Ihe first game of the night when they pasted Clemson, 82-74, capitalizing on the foul trouble of seven- foot center Wayne "Tree" Kollins to run up an 18-poinl lead early in ihe second half. North Carolina will meet Virginia for the championship today, Wally Walker scored 27 points and Virginia, which finished 4-8 in the ACC and 15-11 overall this year, also capitalized on Maryland foul trouble to put the game away. The Terps lost All-American guard John'Lucas and Mo Howard to fouls and eventually were outscored by Virginia from Ihe foul line. 23-7. "They all slunk tonight," Maryland Coach Lefty Driesell said of his (earn. "Boston. Lucas, Sheppard ... and I stunk as a coach. I went wilh the little guys when we got behind because I wanted to press. When we caught up, 1 guess I should have come oul of thai. I made a mistake." The Tar Heels are guaranteed a berth in the NCAA playoffs, but Virginia must win Ihe tournament today lo get a bid in the NCAA. Should Virginia lose, Maryland would probably gel Ihe ACC's other NCAA berth. Wiillcr Davis scored 17 points and Phil Ford bit 16, including 14 in the first half, lo pace the Norlh Carolina attack in Ihe mauling of Clemson. In other games, lath-ranked Cincinnati dumped Georgia Tech, 71-60, and Memphis Slate upset 17lh-ranked Louisville. 87-76, to gain Ihe finals of the Melro-6 Conference lourney. Given a big lift by 6-9 sophomore John Gunn, Memphis steadily pulled away from Louisville to take a 43-35 lead at (he half and increased lhat margin to 78-42 for ils biggest spread. Gunn had 18 points and 10 rebounds. Utah squanders NCAA chance SALT LAKE CITY (DPI) - Utah blew a 16- point second half lead and their chance for the final berlh in the NCAA playoffs as Wyoming slipped past !be Utes 64-61 in a Western Athletic Conference game Friday night. The NCAA had said if Utah won ils final Iwo WAC games il would be considered along with Kansas Stale for the lasl spol in the tournament. Freshman forward Tony Barnelt and sophomore guard Jetty Rice led the Cowboys' second half comeback which saw Wyoming outscore Ulan 17-4 after the Ules had a 16- poinl lead midway through Ihe second half Itice tied the score at GO-60 on a lay-in after a steal wilh 1:06 to play. Utah wenl up by one on a [oul shot by Gregg Deanc bul Barnelt put Ihe Cowboys in Ihe lead for good on a short in- Ihe-lane jumper followed by Rice's jumper for a (hrw-point Wyoming lead Dexter Reed added 25 points for Memphis Stale. In the Southwest Conference tournament, Texas Tech downed Arkansas, 70-63, behind Rick Bullock's 44 points and will meet Texas AM tonight for Ihe right to represent the conference in the NCAA playoffs. In the ECAC Southern Division playoff, Georgetown smothered Villanova, 72-59, and George Washington nipped West Virginia, 9997. In the Ohio Valley Conference (ournament, Western Kentucky clipped Morehead Slate, CS-60. in Ihe tille game and will meet No. 2- ranked Marquette in the opening round of Ihe NCAA tournament next Saturday. Marquclle upped ils record to 24-1 wilh a 7449 humiliation of Xavier, oulscoring Ihe helpless Musketeers, 22-3, in Ihe final eight minutes. Also, Princeton beat Cornell, 72-58, Yale tripped Harvard, 63-62, Pcnn clipped Columbia, 97-74, Biown topped Darlmouth, 71-69. and Weber State dumped Northern Arizona. 53-58. Zarley leads golf tourney ORLANDO, Fla. IUPI) - Kermit Zarley is enjoying his golf swing these days more than before. It's producing good scores--and no pain. Zarley, who had to have an operation last October lo correct a swollen disc that had given him a pain in the neck for six years, is 11-under par after two rounds in the Cilrus Open and wenl into today's play wilh a two- slroke lead. "It goes without saying lhat my game is going good," said Zarley after putting together rounds of 67-66. "I've been working pretty hard on my golf, which i'm able to do now." Zarley gave his competitors a pain Friday when he reeled off five birdies in a six-hole span to surge from two strokes behind into the lead of this $200,000 lournamenl. He had to scramble the final few holes to protect his lead. A brief rainstorm came up just after he putted oul on his 15lh hole and he said the 20-minufe play suspension "made me lose my concentration." "We'd been out there quile awhile. I began to get tired and started (o scramble," he said. No one took advantage of his lapse. Gay Brewer and .Mark Hayes, tied for second al 9 under par, both finished hours ahead of Zarley. Fourth-place John Mahaffey, Ihree strokes back, also finished early. The only late finishers, who made any sort of a run at Zarley, were Bob Murphy and Rick Acton and both wound up at 7-under 137 along wilh (our rookie Ed Sabo and Pal Fitzsimons. Exceptional playing conditions meant the cut for (he final two rounds was a( even-par 144. A lotal of 82 from a starling field of 156 did al least that well. However, defending champion Lee Trevino (1471 and Arnold Palmer (146) who lives here part of the year didn't make il. Ben Crenshaw. the tour's current money leader, is eighl strokes off (he pace and J.C. Snead who battled Nicklaus for Ihe TPC crown (his past week, is five back. Gary Player barely gol under the wire, thanks to a Friday G9 for 144. Los Angeles' winner Hale Irwin shot a 66-140. Mike Hill, tied wilh Hayes for Ihe first-round lead after a Kon Thursday, skied lo a 73-138 where he was joined by Snead. Don January and Larry Zie- glcr. another 66 shooter Friday. Friday's Resulls PhUjdelpliU m Detroll Boslon 51 New Orleans )3 Kiisus Cil/ III Sfjllle I! Phoeni! M Chicago »7 los Angeles lot Golden Stale Cleveland 113 Portland Saturday's Games Philadelphia il Bvllilo Washington al New Vork Allanta al Houston Cleveland al G o l d e n s t a t e Ph»enl al Portland Sonnar'i oanes Homlon al Allaisla Seallle al N t w Orleans Hew fork al Wasnlngfoft, Milwaukee *\ Xan city, all Drlrolt al Boston, all Chicago al Los Angeles Portland at phoenix THE ABA C A S C A D E 71, CAMBRIDGE Jl FG C A S C A D E Jirnpiort M.Chjdweli Kowrr Lowry S.Chidweli Coeptr Fnkweu TOTALS CAMBRIDGE Rtchel Lee S c h wen k( tide/ For Sirtvu S fiith Biumgarnir DlVij TOTALS Ouade REBOUNDING - Caicide 11, Cambridge il. LMI n - MifX Mowir 10, Wick Ciwj«/ 10, CHttdt. TURNOVEflS -- Ctuade IS, CJnuVidft 14. JHOOTiNO PERCENTAGES - Cliotfe 4 1 1 , C*mbf ltf«« 34 0. g g F TP i 15 10 I I I 15 « II F TP M 1 Off LAN 00. Flj.- )Tie Cirrm Otwn 9^1 Xefmil7aiter Mjr,v Hayti G3y Br«wtr JohnMahaFlcy EdSabo Pal F.tjsimont Rick Adnn Mike Hitj J.C. Snead Den J*nuary L tttf Zlegier Garv M.cCord John Schroedcr Victor ftegalado DavidCraham Tommy McGlniii BobftyCile GeorjeBurni Jerry Mcrjet Crier Jorxi GilWortjir, Jim Colbert G a r y W i A l i Al GeitKigfr Ffank Conner HowartTwitty BnCf* niha.v JohnSthlfe HameroBlaixit MiKtMarler Jimiirroni Barney Thcmjjion Jctlnman AndrBran Brute F,ti\rw?r ffodFunielh Larry ST»rlM) AlKniViller FftdMirll CharleiSifFord R a y F r o V 4 TcBf C^rrdj GMrvCatfle LrnLoll Jerry Heard Bobby M-khtlt S*ca«J Ra-jnd scoies in laurnarreM: H-Ji-IU Denver New Y o r k San Antonio Kentucky Indiana St. Louis Virginia .. ., Friday's Results New York li; Virginia ill Denver 13; si. 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