Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on December 31, 1972 · Page 23
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. PAfil 24 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, DCCEMiER 31, 1972 Fan Fare Interviews Set In Hunt For New IU Grid Coach ' BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)i -- A four-man committee is expected to start early ncxl week interviewing top candidates to replace John Pont as head football coach at Indiana University. ' Ponl resigned a week ago to become head coach at North- That would be exactly two weeks from the day Pont decided in favor of Ihe move to Norlhsvestern to replace Alex Agase, who recently became head coach al Purdue. The screening committee composed of IU Athletic Dircc- lor Bill Orwig; Schuylcr Otle- son, the ranking faculty mem- wcslern. The committee screened ap-jber on the ID Athletic Complications and discussed a list|millee and the Dean of the sislanl to IU i'rcsidcnt Joh Ryan. Among names that have bee mentioned prominently for Ih position are Lee Corso of tl University of Louisville and tv. of Font's Indiana assistant Herb Fairchild and Bob Baker The IU spokesman sai 'There are plenty of pcop who want Ihe job and there are always opportunists willing to LA Open Kicks pff 1973 PGA Campaign "This Morning" By Shirl«y fovich LOS ANGELES (AP) - Fif-|became the (irsl golfer ever to y-six of golfs top CO money winners in 1372 have entered he Los Angeles Open, which ipcns Die 1973 pro tour over (he ·uggcd Riviera County Club of Pacific Palisades course. Riviera has been (he scene of championship play in Ihc past and will again challenge the golfers in the LA Open, an event which has been held on municipal courses in recent years. Jack Nicklaus, who in 1972 win $300,000 in a single year, will head the list of entries for (he $125,000 event in which George Archer won Ihe $25,000 first prize a year ago. Arnold Palmer, winner of three Los Angeles Opens in the past, will be competing. He hasn't won at Riviera. Lee Trevino, second to Nicklaus on Ihe money-winning list and winner of the British Open, figures to be a strong challeng- "It's my kind of course," declared Tevino afler hitting his low trajectory shots during a recent practice round. H i v i e r a , sketching 7,023 yards and playing to a par 71, lias brought Sam Sncad back for a Iry at a Los Angeles Open after an absence of nearly 20 years. Julius Boros, twice the U.S. Open champion, will also be among the old folks cam paigning.. Only players missing from the top 60 money winners are Gary Player, Homero Blancas, George Knudson and Larry Hinson. Archer, the defending champion, finished 1972 as Kv. 3 on Uie money winning lisl, behind Nicklaus and Trevino, Play in Ihe 72-holc event opens Thursday wilh Ihe final round scheduled for Sunday on the seaside course. Two pro-am preludes are schcdubd^both on Jan. 3, with one at Riviera and the other at the Bel-Air Country Club. Huskies Edge Daleville of names during Ihe pasl week,[School of Business and Eco-jlake a chance. Bui that's not setting Jan. 6 as the target datelnomlcs; Dick Schmatlz, (he I the kind o( person we want. We * -i...-.- ---i- ranking alumni member nn Ihe want a good, sound football athletic committee and a Bloo- in front, but Gary Miller tied it immediately. In the opening period ihe score was lied five moments. At 2, 4, 6, 8, and 14 on the score- gap, and Heights grabbed every 1 opportunity given them. It was during this period tjiat the Scoreboard wen! bescrk and Ihe timeclcck temporarily lost for choosing a new coach. One ID spokesman, however, laid that date "may b« unrealistic." mington businessman, and George Talliaferro, special as coach who will continue to build Indiana University's football program." TYf.EU WILSON Herald Sporls Writer WESTFIELD-A frigid, Slonc cold spell in the tfiird period wrecked a huslling, \i ragged, effort from Dalcville against amilton Heights in the console o = - --.----, .- , . nn Panic of Ihe Westfieltt Holi-^hoolir.g down fourteen, Dale-; region, but the Scoreboard iayfoTney jvillc moved ahead on baskets j merely registered the halftime The Broncos charged after;! 1 , 5 ' lie Hamilton Taylor Tops HBCC Statistics Lists light's game, but there just vas not enough time. They fell y two 7J-71 in an exciting, oose, fast-paced game. markers was senior guard evin Campbell. Heights had /BLUFTTON, 0. - Taylor University has the Hoosier-Buckcye Conference basketball lead al least until Jan. 10 as league ·choola go Iheir various ways for the holiday break. . The Trojans are oft to the best it art of any HBCC school, posting a 3-0 loop mark and a 9-1 overall total. But right behind is Defiance, which posted two conference wins last week for a 3-1 record. Blulfton, Earlham and Hanover follow with 2-1 records and Anderson won twice last week for * 2-2 league standing. iWith Ihree scorers among fee top 15, TU leads all teams wilh 90.1 points per game and .726 free throw percentage, lanover leads in field goal shooting at .516 and rebound percentage at .590 and Findlay lias given up just 75.4 points per game. Bluffton's Clair Reefer missed a major porlion of a game last week with an injury, but held on to the individual scoring lead with a 25.7 average. Recker's leammate, John Brown, fell from third to sixth with his 21.1 mark. Wilmington's Fletcher Yales upped his average to 23 points per game to lake second, with Raider Partner Sues Oakland ' OAKLANP,,(W!) ,-rLouis F. fendanls, general partners A' Earroero, « limited partner in Davis, F. Wayne Valley and E tr Oakland Raiders football W. McGah, "have allowed hm eara, has filed suit against the ited partners to sell and assign club charging he was defrauded their limiled partnership inler ei his rightful share of own- est to outsiders without provid board, the learns look turns its way. The timepiece finally evening things. With the lights i «'as prodded in the correct di- Bob Pitlsford W li e n and Mark score. Unfortunately for the , . convetred ohnson countered for the Hus- ies as (he quarter closed, mak- ng it a Kiree point Heights isadvantage. Early in the second canto, t 23 wilh two charity tosses. ^=S^^^-'-^- vith 16 and Steve Johnson with ,,,,,,, ='. .,,·' ,,, ,,- ,,,;,,, ,, ,,,,,,, «rahip. Batvoero's suit, filed Friday to Alameda County Superior Court, asked for a complete accounting of the Raiders' dealings since the National Football League learn was established in 1SS1. Th« suit charged that the de- UTEP Down Sun Cornivo EL PASO, Tex. (AP) Paced by Gary Brewster, the tournament's most valuable ing the plairmti -ms rigm 01 first refusal lo purchase.. .or his right to maintain his proportionate interest." · Herman Cook, Davis' attorney, denied the allegations saying Barroero had been offered his share "evcrytime there has been a pro rata distribution." s IU For 1 Title paced Indiana with 24 poinls while Steve Green added 13. Indiana Coach Bobby Knigh Manchester's John Warwick he defending scoring leader ihlrd at 22.4. Earlham's Dave Gray i. fourth at 21.9 and TU's Gary ?riesen, wiio tops all reboimdcr? with 16.4 per game, is scoring 21.4 per till. Hanover's Dennis Laker top the field goal shoo'.ers with .717 average and Yalcs is th best free throw shooter wit .833. Hanover, Wilmington and Manchester are idle until January, but the oilier six colleges will participate in various holiday tournaments in the next Lwo weeks. Conference action resumes Jan. 5-6 with three games. All HBCC Games Taylor 3-0 9-1 Defiance -- 3-1 5-1 Bluffto.n 2-1 4-3 Earlham 2-1 4-3 Hanover 2-1 4-3 Anderson 2-2 4-3 Findlay - 1-2 34 Vilmington 0-3 04 ilancliester 04 3-7 2 found the double figures range. But neither team played ex- eled it again at 25 wilh a long At Ihc 2:35 portion of the first Broncos, the final results of the contest were not so positive. Pete Kertoot gave Heights a 5M6 evaluation wilh less than KK FT TP AVG. ________ 70 -10 160 29. I W I ....... 41 10 W 23.0 arvviek (ill ...... !l 36 22-1 22.-I ay ( E l -.- ...... 08 37 l.VI 21.5 Friescn (T) ________ 02 SO 214 21.4 SCORING Decker (B) I'ales 3rown I B ) Bao.1- ODI . - - (D) Jt Busrt (DI iS Davis IF) .- SI ·orner. (T) 63 Pierclt (A) :,i MaMillcn I'E) W Later i HI -.« AalbrejUse (T) 33 Larson (A) 40 Overtoil I F ) .- -16 Derj ID) ,, - 34 Vor.Lenmden t-'J - 41 14.1 107 107 I C G 12'. 16 J n.i no M3 73 101 102 77 87 at El Paso won the 12th annual S u n C a r n i v a l Basketball Tournament by defeating I4th- ra'nked Indiana University 74-65 Friday night. Earlier in Ihe evening Hous ton defeated Southern Method- lit 115-102 for third place. Brewster, a freshman prod- x uct from Midland, Tex., joined! in Cus Bailey of UTEP, John Kit- " t*r of Indiana, Houston's Louis R R H O U M I I N C ; H i t Clary Frieseri i T ) IEW Jerry Davis K ) Id) John Warwick i M ) 134. Clair Becker (3l 1 Dennis Laker I H ) 81 J J m Coiner i B i ._ 7ii Fletcher Yatcs tVO ..._ « Jerry Washinr.'.or. (W) .- 44 A Y R 16. It.: e with seven minules left. Mill Bocknr Smock K«mlr Inning Grrea Filler l«t . liTEP 1711 r, r. .T i (1 M 0 Kclnn S 0-J 10 BtsfA 3 0-0 fi Bailey fl 0-a OSafffl I !·! SLyniim 3 0-10 13 Rrslr Dave G r a y ( K j 7 L Art Larson ( A i _ 61 - T i r o PCT. (Mln. 1 nun p f r itam , Dunbar and SMU's Ira Terrell on the all tournament team. The tournament viclory was ttie ninth in the 12th Annual Sun Carnival tournament for Miner Coa;h Don Haskins. Frank Kelon led the Miner scoring wilt) 22 poinls, followed by Ba'iley wilh 18 and Brewsler wilh 15. Bailey was also the rebounding leader wilh 10. Killer 0 CM) o 0 0-D 0 (Ml 20JS-3I . . * 6-83 2 : Dennis LaXcr [ I I I . . 1 5 6 Gary Frlcscn i T ) ... 3 12-15 lliBill K r a m e r i D j 3 0-0 «|Dav« Gray ( K » . (1 041 0',Vetson CXerlori ( F ) . ^ 1-1 ISJFletchcr Val-i i W l . 3 1-1 I John Wsnvu-k ' M l . .. Jnhn Mliesscl (HI ... Sieve Picrett fM J e r r y Davis I F , . . . . . .-1:1. 6!) .M.iu · i TnlJIt U?(-!9 .14 Fouled n u t -- I n d i a n a . : JTFJ-. Kills, Lynum. Total fouls-- Indiana i Indiana LTKP FT PCT. (Mirt. Fletcher Vales Chuck NafzLwr «- $1 A:- 77 .:it-:s:' .33- 17 5VUO s:-H'2 1.5 m-ufe pfr ) W i ..10-12 ID) .10-11 ceiteni uasKeioaii. lium teams erred over 20 times. Bolh teams 'ouled over 25 times. The action was lough and loose under the boards despite efforts by Ihe officials (o calm the players. But if the game was not perfectly played, it was definite! an interesting contest lo watch. Dalcville and Heights came out hustling, scrambling, am running. This accounts lor Ihe errors and fouls, and Ihe excite- 1 mcnt Ihal the conies! generalec . Play was level unlil the third ; quarter. Nine occasions in th . contest provided lead changes, t eight occasions found the contest even. It was not until a third quarter scoring lull b Daleville that eilher team hai a large advantage. Heights opened up a brief len point leac The first half was a dog-eal dog affair with neither team demonslrating Ihe abilily o desire to break it open. Campbell hit the first bucket of th game to send the Huskies ou joint lead on the basis of fine ree throw connecting 33-27. Then the Broncos were besieged jy a Huskie rally and their own poor shoo ting. Wilh 50 seconds remaining before half, Campbell popped a 20-foolcr lo slide Heights in front 34 to 33. In the last 39 seconds the lead changed three more times, the last being a Bronco positive. Gary Craig scored for Dalcville giving them a halflime margin of one smaL point, 37-36. The third quarlcr was the death-knell for the Broncs. Leading 41-40, Daleville knockec in a sliorl jumper from the hands of Marks Brown increasing their lead to 43-40 at 5:10 in the period. In he next four minulcs.thc Broncos scored only three, while Hamilton Heights sprouted 1C markers on Uie Scoreboard. Daleville was able to commit five errors in the four-minute Sweet Puss Wins New Hope Stakes * PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Big | Ben Stable's Sweet Puss racec -, lo an impressive half-length ! viclory in Ihe fourlh running o s Ihe 528,500 New Hope Stakes al J Liberty Bell Saturday before a j crowd of 19,264, largest of Ihe 1 season here. 5. M o r r i s Wolfman's Lady ·i Shooter finished second, three i lenglhs in front of Ihe favorei -j Miss Joanna from the stable o is Jack Lieberman. was claimed for $18,000 by Her present owner lasl October. Sweet Puss was perfectly ridden by Turcotte, who allowed her lo settle into stride early as Lady Shooter bounded out lo a clear lead. Turcolle kept Sweet Puss along the rail in the back- slrelch and through the turn and raced into contention at Ihe head of the stretch. Sweet Puss earned a purse of j Lady Shooter was slill in io $17,100 and raced Ihe mile ir ·? l.'IO S-S under jockey Rudy Tur it cotie for a $9.80, $4.40 and $, payoff. Lady Shooter paid $5.4 " and $3.20 and Miss Joanna $2. is to show. ^o The viclory was Ihc Ihird ;'· succession and fourth of th ?ij season for Sweet Puss, wh front at Ihis point and it a] peared jockey Tony Lo^uerc would be able lo keep her there i lo Ihe wire. However, Turcot j cul inlo her lead relentlessy wilh Sweel Puss and had the 2- i year-old daughter of Rain 1 i Lake up in the final strides i 3 earn the victory. N1TE OWL SKILLED TRADES ( I t a l n s ) Honor roll: Johnson. 2CH; Hrtover. 235, 225 (6091; Savage, 2U; Clear 201; Morton. 211 (5721: Carter. 205: IUIIAY NIGHT M I X E D ( I t i l i n s ) Bomlwrs 3, fiutlcr Dusters 1 s Too :*. Troubles 1: DaRgc ee 4, Tigers 0; Ncvvby's ~ oltlilierry 1; Tri-County 4, Ding its 0; Divers 4. Wildcats 0. Honor roll: Bulge. 203; Wilson 00 (552). AIJIES SCRATCH ( R a i n s ) Slandinss: Myers 35. Mclcall 32 ulton 29, Barker 29. OMcr 23, Rirt le 27. Allen 2i. Hodson 2i. Holze :. Jackson 22, Johnson 21, Bale in 17. Honor roll: Hodson (553); Davi 536). Smith Bros. A, Reerier Heatin Whitlow Painting 2. Ablps 2 IcDonaW's 3. Stephens Gulf f ains 4, James Gang 0; Jack Ji Home Fashion 1; Rosie 4, Eing Honor roll: Maxwell, 206; esly, 209; Pointer, 203. Hal minute to go in the period. ; tfre quarter ended, Estes anged in a jumper to reduce ic Daleville deficit lo seven, ul (his proved too much. Two minutes inlo (he final icriod, the Huskies pushed Ihcir ad lo its zenith at M-53 when like Miller scored. The game lokcd over at that point. Indeed, Ha.Tiillon Heights held nine-point bulge under its belt tWn only a miiiule lo play. It as then that Daleville gave the good old Jiigh sclwol try. Craig converted two foul shots ·ith 52 licks on the clock lo cut ic Huskie lead la 71-64. The [uskies committed an error, nd Woolscy took the ball all le way in on a hustling driving ay-up, on lop of which, he was ouled. Bill WooLsey swished the first a one and one opportunity o slice Ihe gap down lo four, 1-67. With 42 seconds left, missed his second sfiot, and the "luskics regained possession. Huskie guard Terry Cherry vas fouled by Craig seven sec- orcls later. The Heights junior sank both charity tosses rebuilding Ihc Iluskic position. In es- icnce, icing the contest, Cherry was then replaced with foul- iaden Campbell. Woclsey scored with 18 seconds, and Miller, who was the heart of Daleville's lasl quarter :omcback, canned two free ihrows vyith only Uvo seconds. Milley witji 12 arid Woolsey with 5 contributed 17 of Daleville's lasl quarter production of 22. ~ ' '" FG-A FT-A FF Tl WASHINGTON - A terrible problem has beset Murray Goodman, Ihe career prize-fight flack who is trying to generate some fan interest in (he upcoming Joe Frazicr- George Foreman heavyweight lllle bout. Circumstances have stripped Goodman of two of the most useful took of his trade. "We don't have no villain and, if you look at UM color of Doth fighters, not even a white hope," he said. Goodman is handicapped by the impeccable character 1 of the two principals in the fighl, scheduled Jan. 22 in Jamaica. "What have we got?" be moaned. "Two heroes. Two guys who win the Olympic heavyweight title for our side. Then Foreman goes around waving (he American flag in Mexico City after he gets the decision. A goody-goody boy. And Frazicr, nothing but a big family man. Never done anything wrong." He's now reduced lo selling the fight on the basis of Iwo prelty good fighters ballling it oul for the world heavyweight lille Frazier now holds. Foremsn has not been defeated since he turned pro. Neither has Frazier, whose credits include a clean knockdown and near knockout of Muhammad All, ivho was trying lo get his tide back. The government of Jamaica, which is still celebrating its freedom from 307 years of British rule, has bought the fight as an added tourist attraction. The Air Jamaica Airline is helping (o underwrite Ihe SoO.OOO dollars for Frazicr and th« 350,00 dollars for Foreman already escrowed! in what Goodman calls "a mutually agreeable bank iccept-' able, rrcgardless, to all parlies concerned." Goodman is getting help in this promotion. Harold Conrad has been invited onto the scene by Video Techniques, Inc., which has bought the closed-circuit television rights. "I'm not knocking Conrad," Goodman said, "bul we move in different' circles. \Vc pump up a fight in different ways. Conrad takes the high road and I take the low road," he said. Conrad has been a promoter in his own right and no longer fils Ihe label of publicity man. "He's sensitive about titles," Goudnwn said, "and doesn't care to be called a press agent, So we arranged it different for Ihe time being. I'm the 'inlermiional co-ordinator' for this fight, and for Conrad w» settled on 'international consultant.' " The title of "international consultant" better /it* lh# image of Hal Conrad, the tall, handsomeish boulevardier type 1 whose clothes have scooped Pierre Cardln by year, every year. "And he's got (hat damn cigarette holder in front of his* face all the time like he's Count Conrad. He ain't like me," said Murray Goodman, "but I got to admit he can help get a fight off the ground. He's in with that literati set." Conrad's salons have indeed, been fixtures before and afler every big fight. He presides at gatherings that fetch th« likes of Norman Mailer, Budri Schulberg, Gay Talese, James Baldwin and Jimmy Breslin for vodka, scotch and fight talk. "I don't mix in company like thai," Goodman said. "My pal is Mushky Jackson. If I'm going to hang around wilh any kind of guys I want the kind I can understand." Jt'ACOXlM MIXED ( K a l n i ) Standines: Slrucglcrs 37 1 ,!,.' Wood ackers 37. Ding-A-Llngcrs * Chargers 33!'*, Goofics 32V2. Wash ills 23^. Nobodys 28, Pink pood quart 24. Honor roll: Tirey. 200 (559 teedier, 227 (6011; Breece. 2(H. 'I.ANT TEN (Rains) Tool Room 2, Cams 2: Coils 001 0; Ten Pinners 3, Day 1; 1 itcrs 3, Cast Iron 1; Pitcocks Computers 0; Jokers -I. Gears 0. Honor roll: Williams, 202 (55D): llacy. 225 (552); LcMond. 221 561); Demon. 212 (555): Niccum, 03. 221 (6011: Harsh. 22L (5521; lurant. 202 I5S7): Fitzgerald. 20C louslog, 204: Htimenckhouse, 220 :i76l; Trinkle (55G|; Mann. 216 (563); McNally, 206; Richardson, !06. NATIONAL (Rains) Points: Rollin Stone 14\j, Conservatives 131,2. Four 11. United Consumer JO, Benufiel Floor 9, Two 8. Rains 5}i. Wood Choppers 4',i. Honor roll: Thompson. 225: Platt 210: Denlon. 207; Rockhill, 214 (573): Kitchen (5611; Perry. 202; licnefiel (552). Miller 'msford Phillips Estcs Woolscy Rroivn Craig R i c h m a n Nalc Totals Ham. Hjhts. 4- 7 .._ 6-18 1. E 3-12 5-12 2. .1 .,,. 2- 2 _.- 0- 0 0. 1 23-61 9-10 2- 4 0- 0 S- 8 2. 4 0- 0 5- 6 0. 0 25-35 FO-,\ KT-A Pf 5-15 6-18 .... 3-10 ... 9-17 0. 5 1- 4 1- 1 0- 1 -- 0- 0 25-71 19 I The odyssey of Conrad and his pals !o the big fighf* he has helped promote has taken them to Chicago, to Las- Vegas, to Lewiston, Maine; and to Atlanta. He had to sell Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley on the fitness of issuing a \\~ cense to ex-convict Sonny Listen for a fight with Floyd Patterson "Usually you have to talk lo Ihe governor of Ihe slate, but in Illinois Mayor Daley is bigger than the governor," Conrad said. "I'm" telling him about all (he money Listen- Patterson will bring inlo his town when Daley said, 'Never mind about thai. Tell me, will it be a good fight? 1 1 told him, 'One of the greet fights of our time,' We got (he license and Listen knocked Patterson out in the first round." It went that way, too, in the LIston-Patterson rematch which Conrad sold to the governor of Nevada for Las Vegas. "One of Ihe great lights of our time," promised Conrad, and Listen again stopped Patterson in one round. He got the gov-.. crnor of Maine to approve the Liston-Mufeammad Ali fight after Boston threw it out. "It took me five minules to sell tb« fight lo the Maine governor," said Conrad, "and two minutes for Ali to knock out Liston." Conrad assesses as his greatest triumph his feat of putting the Muhammad Ali-Jerry Quarry fight in Atlanta. "I had to persuade Gov. Lester Macfdox to put away his ax handles 1 and okay a black vs. white fight in Georgia," Conrad said. "Maybe it helped when I intimated strongly to Maddox that white boy Quarry would make Ali shut his big mouth, inside lour rounds." Use Bulletin-Herald Classified 1129 MERIDIAN DIAL 644-7759 T H U R S D A Y M I X I H ) ( K a i n s ) Alley (,'als .1!^. Surveyors ',: Community Hospital Two 2. .Mixers 2: Hams 4, Muncie White Truck 0; Corrinumily Hospital One 4, Nite Owls 0; Wildcats 3, Handicappers I; Eighl 4. Two 0. Honor roll: Lawson. 207: L. Maxwell. 124: G. Maxwell. 201; Fulton. 209 1552): Shelton. 215. 214 (Sr WATCH FOR OUR BIG SALE BONUS COMING SOON Lyman Dead ..... Marly Risca = Clair Rcckor ' B ) . . B:itcc BACT i D Tim R i e t d o r f i T John M'STwic* M] l J e r r y Davis *" Dave G r a v E i - .821 :1 BARSTOW, Calif. AP) Roy "Link" Lyman, 74, former Chicago Bear tackle and a member of pro football's Hall of fame, was killed Thursday night when the car he was driving crashed into the rear of a, moving semi-truck and trailer. Lyman, who blocked for Red Cirange and olhcr Chicago run- 1 ning backs for nine years with Ihe Bears starling in 1926, was dead on arrival at Barslow Community Hospital. He was driving norlh toward Las STEVEN'S POINT. Wisconsin loo, led by Larson's 12. Blumc Vc = as - Ncv - ori In'erslale -- Exploding from a four-point had special praise for Paul i ''fi" w ''iy 15 when the accident halflime deficil, the Anderson Trainor and Hohbins. the !a:ter o 001 "TM 1 '2 miles south of Bak- College Ravens rolled to an B2- a reserve guard whose (iircc "· J hc !l ' uck lrlvcr vvas uri "' 68 win over Stevens Point here straight fielde-s in Ihc first half Ju !TM: People who wanl lo becomejate Friday nighl lo capture kept the Ravens in contention .. ls sl ! rvlv TM b ' a daughter, senior Life Guards before thiS|the championship in Ihe Sentry during t!ieearlier pome:. slimmer should plan on allend-i Classic. Anderson travels to (Xshcn Ina llie Anderson YMCA Senior! Art Larson, Ihe Ravens' lead- p c ,| Thursday for th? ncxl-'c- Lifesaving Class that s'.arls onjing scorer in Ihc litle contest j ast non-lloosicr-Biickcyc Con- January 8,1373. I with 20 points, and center S'.eve f ercn ce game unlil Kcb.'lO The class will meet on Mon-iPicretl, the lop scorer in Thurs- Nrl1rts ..,. 1 T days, 7iCK)-9:00 p.m. at the day's o p e n e r ani a I7-pcinl p" c: -"t° n Lifesaving Classes Set By YMCA Ravens Win Sentry Classic Championship Mr.s. Ardis Clark, wilh whom he lived in San Gabriel. Calif. Lyman joined the Bears from Ihe Uj-iversi'.y of Nebraska. , YMCA pool and will deal with *)1 phases of lifesaving, pool scorer Friday night, named to Ihc all-lourncy team. Trj;nor ni.idc CJr-.c.-icer «nd 'lake safety, plus the dif- Also in double figures against '-ir ferent tj-p« of artificial res- Stevens Point were Paul Trainor w'iis'im 5 : peralion. Iwith 16 and Freeman Blade and Frmire Tills class Is open lo both menlDick Bobbins with 10 c^c'i. Dan- To1 ' 1 ' »nd women who are either 15 ny Kuphall icd Ihc hosl team .'; Louisiana Tech, ^Delaware Honored n l. 2 rt . (i r. o (i . 37 s-u is years of afje or older or who ·re sophomores in high school «nd abovi:. Morris Hesler of th« Anderson YMCA will be teaching the class and if you hive any questions he will be h»ppy lo answer them for you ·t M4-7T96. Successful com- plHwo of Uw class will result ctKifjorion in both YMCA Md fleet CPOM Senior Life^av- ' with 22 points, Jim Gruner ac"d- w inglSandBobStansellll. "This is as good a game as we've played in a long lime.",srm;r. - 2 commented a jubilant Rayenj.,-,;,,. " ' coach Bob Blume. "We have the scoring lapses hurt us. We didn't panic and Stevens Point pressed us the whole garne. We just did things well, and it's exciting." The Raven rebounding helped, Slanscll 5 Peters t - 5 0 ! ivan n IL.I! Wurcherer rt t n a t I.aFhier 0 . 0 . 0 ..25 Ramlelt Boss -. Tollls 2- 3 0- 2 1- 2 0- 0 3- 4 ;· 2 0- · 1- 2 n- o n- o 0- 0 0. 0 0. (1 8-15 ft Score -- Stevens Point SS, Anderson 32. Oftirals--Ktn Coolidge, Oralndo NEW YORK (AP) _ University of Delaware The and Louisiana Tech, who completed Ihe 1972 college football season unbeaten and unlied, vec named co-winners of the Na tional Football Foundation and, Hall of Fame's first annual John F. Kennedy Award, it was announced Saturday, LISTEN TO GEORGE SMITH'S SHOW, NEW YEAR'S DAY, 0:30 W.H.U.T. ^ For Model GS20Q Pltj Installation Ste ifld compile'. Discover why Issljns lib tin Hisds e«i!! ft* wstli's !HK\ seilin? AUTOMATIC GARAGE DOOR OPEHER · Solid stite ndto controls. Certified tl comply with F.C.C. rejulatlcns DYERS SALES AND SERVICE Superb styling. Vi H.P. nt*l Stnw drive. 2311 E. 40th St. - Ph, 642-5174 COMPLETE LINE OF SPRINGS A NO CABLES FOR RESIDENTIAL GARAGE DOORS

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