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r1 MTlje SUUnga (fcaztttr Thursday, March 14, 1974 22 10 teams in NCAA mat race AMES, Iowa (AP) - Midwestern powers Iowa and Oklahoma State rate as the co-favorites strictly on numbers in the 44th annual national collegiate wrestling tournament. The three-day. six-session tournament opens Thursday afternoon with action on 10 mats, and is expected to be the closest tournament in nine years. "I think you have to talk about 10 teams when you think of the title," said Iowa State Coach Harold Nichols, whose Cyclones have won the last two crowns and four of the last five. "With 10 entrants, Iowa has to be considered a strong candidate," said Nichols. "And the top three finishers in our conference (Big Eighti, Oklahoma State. Oklahoma and Iowa State, can't be overlooked." Other contenders on Nichols' list are Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin from the Big Ten, Oregon State, Washington and Clarion, Pa., State, which moved up from the college ranks this year. "With what we have, we will be ready," said Nichols about his seven qualifiers. "We feel we have five wrestlers who could place high, and you never - know that might be enough in a very balanced field." Iowa ended an 11-year domi-: nance by Michigan and Mich-' igan State in the Big Ten this year, and feels this could be their year. "Everything would have to Z go right for us." said Hawkeye Coach Gary Kurdelmeier, "but ' I think we have a strong chance." Oklahoma State, which beat Iowa State in the conference , meet in 1972 and 1973 only to . lose out in the nationals, has '- nine entrants including five wrestlers who captured Big . Eight titles last month. Two things seems certain as ' about 330 wrestlers gather. No team is expected to domi-Z nate the meet like Iowa State ' has the past two years, and - with a new scoring system, a t. team record for points is likely. Last year scoring was on a r 12-9-7-5-3-1 basis as Iowa State ' topped Oregon State 85-75 1 2 for : the crown, but this year points ' will be awarded on a 16-12-9-7-5-' 3 basis. - Six defending champions are , on hand including two from little Clarion State, which is an outside title threat. "Being realistic, I don't think we can win it with our six entries," said Coach Bob Budd. Clarion State titlists back are sophomore Don Rohn and Bill . Simpson. Rohn won the 134 title and has 36-1 record this year. Simpson at 167 is in probably the strongest class. He is 36-2-2 - for the season. Other defending titlist are Dan Muthler of Navy, 142, Jerry Hubbard of Michigan, 150, Rich Binek of Iowa State, 177, and Greg Strobel of Oregon State, the 190-pound titlist and ' most valuable wrestler a year -ago. Record crowds are antici-' pated at the 14,500-seat Hilton Coliseum. Host Iowa State expects to break the single session (12,500) and meet (42,000) attendance records set in 1970. RED WING SHOES DRESS SHOE SALLE Values from $3195 to $3995 Now$T995$2495 Limited Stock of Sizes and Widths 7 to 15 AA-A-B-C-D-EEE Most Hard-to-Fit Sizes and Widths. PRO BASKETBALL NBA Eaitrro Coniwrlicf Atlantic IHvfeiua W L Pet. (jB Boston 50 22 m - Mw York 46 29 613 4W Bullalo 40 39 .533 11 Philadelphia 22 51 301 28'j Onlral Division Capital 43 32 .573 Atlanta 31 44 413 Houston 30 44 405 Cleveland, 25 50 333 12 II Western Conference Mjdwest Division Milwaukee 54 21 720 - ChK-w 49 2 653 5 Detroit 48 23 632 6'i K C -Omaha 29 47 382 254 Picific Division Los Angeles 43 32 573 - Golden Stale 41 31 569 h Seattle 32 42 4.12 10 PtioeniK 27 49 355 16 Portland 23 50 315 184 Wednesday's Games Boston 104. Phoenix 97 Los Angeles 121. Philadelphia 100 Houston 117. Capital 93 Thursday's Game New York at Golden State Friday's Games Phoenix vs. Philadelphia at Hershey Boston at Cleveland Capital at Houston Buffalo at Chicago Milwaukee at Detroit Golden State at Los Angeles New York at Portland Atlanta at Seattle ABA East Division W L Kentucky 46 27 New York 47 28 Carolina 45 31 Virginia 25 49 Memphis 18 56 West Division Utah 48 26 San Antonio 39 36 Indiana 40 37 Denver S3 41 San Diego 32 42 Tuesdav's Game Kentucky 88. Memphis 87 Wednesday's Games Virginia at San Diego Indiana 100. Kentucky 96 San Antonio at Denver New York 97. Utah 76 Thursday's Game Virginia at San Antonio PRO HOCKEY Pet. GB 630 -627 -592 24 338 214 .243 28 4 649 -520 9 4 519 94 446 15 432 16 NHL hast Division W L T PU.GF GA Boston Montreal N.Y Rangers Toronto Buffalo Detroit Vancouver NY Islanders Philadelphia Chicago Atlanta Los Angeles St Lotus Minnesota Pittsburgh California 44 13 9 39 19 9 97 297 87 246 183 198 192 195 219 274 36 17 12 84 30 23 13 73 253 2.17 28 29 24 33 9 65 208 58 218 10 17 38 11 45 15 35 15 45 West Division 180 253 153 213 41 14 10 92 224 134 32 13 20 26 30 11 25 30 11 24 32 10 20 30 16 22 36 7 13 44 9 84 63 220 137 177 201 183 206 179 194 203 226 192 234 172 283 Tuesdav's Games St Louis 2. Toronto 1 Philadelphia 2. New York Islanders 1 Boston 4. Buffalo 0 Detroit 2. Vancouver 1 Wednesday's Games Montreal 3. Chicago 3. he Minnesota 5. Atlanta 1 Detroit at California Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Thursday's Games New York Islanders at Chicago Chicago at New York Rangers Boston at Buffalo St Louis at Philadelphia Eastern team wins ski title STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Walter Mal-mquist, 18. soared 38 meters on Howelson Hill's 30-meter jump Wednesday to lead the Eastern Team No. 2 to the men's team jumping title in the National Junior Nordic Championships. Malmquist, Post Mills, Vt., who won the individual 30-meter jumping event Tuesday, was joined on the winning team by John Farnham, 17, Hanover, N.H., Jerry Galanes, 17, Brattleboro, Vt., and Bob Zinck, 17, Rumford, Maine. The victors scored 607.2 combined points to the runner-up Central Division's No. 1 team score of 592.1. Members of the team were Scott Sobszak, 16, Cloquet, Minn., Roy Waver, 16, Green Bay, Wis., Darrell Beale, 16. Isphelming, Minn., and Jeff Broman, 16, Duluth, Jinn. Finishing in third place was the Rocky Mountain team with 587.7 combined points, followed by the Eastern No. 1 team with 572.9 and Central No. 2 with 563.6. Events Thursday included the men's and women's cross-country relay. The women's 4-kilometer cross country race and the men's 6-kilometer cross-country event will conclude the four-day meet Friday. 2113 Grand Ph 656-6450 HOURS: Mon. thru Sal. 10 a.m. ta 6 p.m. WHA Kut Division W L T PU CK GA New England 38 28 3 79 259 230 Toronto 35 30 4 74 269 238 Quebec 34 31 3 71 266 245 Cleveland 32 29 7 71 226 230 Chicago 31 32 3 65 222 2.14 Jersey 29 36 3 61 225 264 West Division Houston 41 21 5 87 271 184 Minnesota 38 28 2 78 285 241 Kdmonton 33 32 I 67 228 230 Winnipeg 30 3 5 5 65 224 262 Vancouver 24 41 0 48 240 281 Los Angeles 23 45 0 46 206 282 Tuesday's Games Edmonton 8. Loi Angeles I Houston 3, Minnesota 2 Chicago i. New England 3 Wednesday's Games Cleveland 4. Winnipeg 3 Los Angeles at Vancouver Thursday's Games New England atVancouver Houston at Los Angeles Quebec vs Toronto at Ottawa Minnesota at Chicago COLLEGE BASKETBALL ALL-BIG TEN CONFERENCE TEAMS First team Mike Robinson. Michigan State; Lindsay Hairston, Michigan State; Campy Russell. Michigan; Steve Green, Indiana; Frank Kendrick. Purdue. Second Team C. J. Kupec. Michigan; John Garrett. Purdue; Quinn Buckner. Indiana; Candy La Prince. Iowa; Rick Schmidt. Illinois, ALL-PACIFIC -8 CONFERENCE TEAMS First team-Bill Walton. UCLA. Keith Wilkes. UCLA; Ron Lee. Oregon; Rick Kelley. Stanford; Dan Anderson. Southern California. Second team Larry Pounds. Washington; Rav Price. Washington. Brady Allen. California; Riclue Hawthorne. California: Steve Puidokas. Washington State. Gus WiUams. Southern California. Honorable mention Lonnie Shelton. Oregon State: Ed SchweiUer. Standford: Mike Westra. Southern California NCAA Regional Playoffs At A Clauce By The Associated Press Thursday's Games All Times EI)T EAST Pittsburgh, 24-3. vs. Furman, 22-7, 7:10 p m. and Providence. 26-3, vs. North Carolina State. 26-1, 9:10 p m. at Raleigh. N.C MIDEAST Michigan. 214, vs. Notre Dame, 25-2, 8 05 pm and Marquette. 23-4. vs. Van-derbilt. 23-3, 10:05 pm at Tuscaloosa. Aia MIDWEST Kansas. 21-5. vs. Craghton. 22-5 . 8 05 p m. and Oral Roberts. 22-4. vs. Louisville. 21-5. 10:10 p m at Tulsa. Okla. WEST UCLA. 23-3. vs. Dayton. 20-7. 9 05 pm. and New Mexico. 21-6. vs. San Francisco. 18-8. 11 10 pm at Tucson. Am. Tuesday'! College Basketball Results By The Associated Press TOURNAMENTS NAIA Playoffs First Round Indiana. Pa. 79. Azusa Pacific 74 Augustana. Ill 85, Wartburg. Iowa 64 Mo. Western 96. Monmouth. N.J. 84 No West . La. 95. Miilersville. Pa. 76 Hastings 96. Roger Williams. R I. 61 Fairmont. W. Va. 92, Cameron. Okla 88 Gardner-Webb, N.C. 91, Ore. Tech 56 Midwestern. Tex. 77, Defiance, Ohio 63 Wednesday's College Basketball Results By The Associated Press NAIA Tournament Second Round Indiana. Pa. 66. Grand Canyon. Ariz. 65 Augustana. Dl. 57, Washburn. Kan. 55 Kentuckv St. 75. Hastings. Neb 57 W Georgia 116, Gardner-Webb. N C 101 Assumption 89, Norfolk St. 79 St Mary's. Tex . 71, Fairmont. W Va Alcorn A&M 80. Missouri Western 72 Hanover, lnd 85. NW Louisiana 76 NCAA College Division Tournament Quarterfinals LSI -New Orleans 83. Cal -Riverside 78 Morgan St 71, Bloomsburg St. 57 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Exhibition Baseball At A Glance By The Associated Press Tuesdav's Games Texas 7. Atlanta 3' Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 4 Houston 4, Minnesota 3 Boston 3. New York (N) 1 Philadelphia 10. Detroit 2 Cleveland 9. California 6 St Louis 2. Chicago (A) 1 San Diego 11. Chicago (Nl 6 Oakland 8. San Francisco 5 New York (Ai 9, Kansas City 0 . Pittsburgh 9. Chicago (AI 5 Milwaukee 5. Arizona St. 2 Wedoesdav's Games Atlanta vs. Houston at West Palm Beach. Fla. Cincinnati vs. Chicago (A) at Sarasota. Fla. Los Angeles vs St Louis at St Petersburg. Fla New York (Nl vs. Montreal at Daytona Beach. Fla. Detroit vs Pittsburgh at Bradenton. Fla. Chicago IN) vs San Francisco at Phoenix. Ariz. San Diego vs. Milwaukee at Sun City. Ariz. Baltimore vs New York (A) at Fort Lauderdaler Fla. Boston vs.Minnesota at Orlando. Fla. Texas vs Kansas City at Fort Myers. Fla. California vs Oakland at Mesa. Ariz. Thursday's Games Atlanta vs. New York lA) at Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Minnesota vs. Cincinnati at Tampa. FVa Houston vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Fla. St.Louis vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach. Fla I OF SAVINGS! J I munsinguiear ! T KANGAROO" T A T-SHIRTS atut SHORTS if Q H Hi'ii' s ;i great chance to sUjlK uj on fart Kangaroo un- T (Icrwear Special savings on 6-packs special comfort for U JL the active man shorts with exclusive masculine shaped JL D pouch and horizontal fly. T-shirts with Polynb no-sag neck- Q I band Both bright-white knit, permanent press polyester T Q and cotton Soft strong smooth and easy care H X T-shirts: S-M-L-XL NOW6 for $7.99 (Reg. $11) 1 M Shorts: 28-46 NOW 6 for $7.99 (Reg. $10) U fo men's store ! Q t lb cottb lights on thi null tl West Ptrk PUzm M T Hr. Mon. thru Fri. 9: 30-9, Sot. 9: 30-6, Sun. 1 to 5 T Detroit vs. New York (Nl it St. Petersburg. Kla Chicago (A) vi. Philadelphia it Clearwater, Fla Kansas City vs Pittsburgh it Bradenton, Fla Milwaukee vs Chicago (N) at Scotti-dale, Ariz. San Francisco vs. San Diego it Yuma, Ariz Baltimore vs. Texas at Pompano Beach. Fla. Cleveland vs. California at Palm Springs. Calif. RCA RODEO SEASON'S LEADERS ALL AROUND COWBOY Tom Ferguson. Miami. Okla . 117.271: Bob Rgasdale. Chowclulla. Ca . 18 829: Wallv Badg-ett. Kinsey. Mont 17.506: Sandy Kirbv. Greenville. Tex . 17.047: Barry Burk. Duncan. Okla . 86.700: Leo Camanllo.' Oakdale. Ca . 15.948: Bnan Clavpool. Saskatoon. Sask . $5,441: Burch Bode. Brenham. Tex . 15.303: Bob Berger. Norman Okla . 15.177: Restive Sewalt. Chico. Tex.. $4,790: Bob Blandford. San Antonio. Tex . $4.-688; T.J. Walter. Stephenville. Tex . $4,455: Jack Ward. Odessa. Tex . $4,223; John Edwards. Red Lodge. Mont.. $4,116; Montv Henson. Mesquite. Tex, $4,038 SADDLE BRONC RIDING John McBeth. Burden, Kans.. $7,731; J. C. Bonine. Hvsham. Mont . $6,985, Dennis Reiners, Scottsdale. Ariz.. $5,123; Mel Hvland. Surrey, B C. $4,939; Bill Smith. Codv. Wyo.. $4,393: Bob Berger $3,621; Wally Badgett. $2,314: Sammie Groves. New Deal. Tex . $2,297: Jim Smith. Sheridan. Wvo.. $2 .205: Bill Martinelli. Oakdale. Ca . $1,719: Brian Clavpool. $1,672; JohnnvGass. Wilson. Tex.. $1 .639. Wayne Harris. Colo Sprgs.. Colo.. $1,580; Hugh Chambtns. Houston. Tex . $1,551. BAREBACK BRONC RIDING Joe Alexander. Cora. Wvo . $11,699: Chris LeDoux. Kavcee. Wyo.. $4 ,924; John Edwards. $3,967: Ben Calhoun. Brvan. Tex.. $3,549: Paul Mavo. Ft. Worth. Tex . $3 463: J. C. Trujillo. Prescott. Ariz . $3,438. Rustv Riddle. Mineral Wells. Tex . $3,401; Jack Ward. $3,313: Ace Ber-rv. Knights Ferry. Ca.. $2 991; T R. Wilson. Kavcee. Wvo.. $2,983; Scott Plaits. Lvman. Wvo.. $2,956. Sandv Kir by $2,817: Royce Smith. Challis. Ida $2,788: Bruce Ford. Greeley. Colo.. $2,705: T J. Walter . $2,335 BULL RIDING Marvin Shoulders. Henrvetta. Okla , $5,433: Mike Bandv. Adkins. Tex.. $5,075; Wallv Badgett. $4,399: John Davis. Homedale. Ida.. $4,305; Ronnie Bowman. Calera. Okla , $4,076: Taos Cnbbs. Guvmon, Okla . $4,042; Butch Kirbv, Greenville. Tex . $4,020: Sandy Kirbv. $3,818; Brian Clavpool, $3,467; Monty Penney, Joshua. Tex.. $3,196; Roy Carter. Crocxett. Tex . $2,733; Don Gav. Mesquite. Tex . $2,701; Don Graham. Troup. Tex , $2,498; Clyde Kimbro. Boerne. Tex.. $2,426. Leander Frev. Sulphur. La . $2,170 CALF ROPING Tom Ferguson. $12 433: Bob Ford. Clinton. Okla . $6.413:B Barry Burk $6 342: Stan Harter. Phoenix. Ariz . $5,443: Jeff Copenhaver. Long Creek. Ore . $4,711: Ronnve Sewalt. $4,520: Pow Carter. Ft Sumner. N.M . $4 017; Kennv Call. Blanco. Tex.. $3,952: Bob Ragsdale. $3,816; Butch Bode. $3 .726: Ronnie Williams. Hunts-wile. Tex . $3,561: Warren Wuthier. Buffalo. Wyo . $3,381: Bob Blandford $3,228: Jim Gladstone. Cardston. Alta.. $3,179: Norman Gatlin. Ore City. Tex.. $3,043 STEER WRESTLING Frank Shepperson. Midwest. Wvo. $7,258. Bob Ragsdale. $5,013: Rush Herrington. Palestine. Tex . $4,985; Duane Foster. Redding. Ca.. $4,654: Tom Ferguson. $4,641: Larry Ferguson. $4,624: Mike Ring. Toppenish. Wash . $4,364; R G Kekich. Sheridan. Wvo . $3,484: Tom Elliott. Colo. Sprgs , Colo . $3,348; Tommy Purvear. Norman. Okla , $3,271: Billv Hale. Checotah. Okla.. $3,113; D J Smith. Melrose. Mont.. $3 -084: Darrell Sewell. Lucile. Ida , $3,084: Benny Reynolds. Dillon. Mont . $2,745. Ed Wright. Stephenville. Tex . $2 664 TEAM ROPING Les Hirdes. Turlock. Ca.. $2,387; John Deaton. Salinas. Ca.. $2,387: Leo Camanllo. $2,025: Reg Camanllo. Oakdale. Ca.. $1 903; BiU Darnell. Chama. N.M, $1,882 Emit! Mundv. Parkview. N.M . $1 882: David Mundv. Parkview. N.M, $1,882: David Motes. Mesa. Ariz, $1 687: Dennis Motes. Mesa. Anz . $1,687: Ken Luman. Visalia. Ca . $1,444: Jim Rodriguez. Danville. Ca . $1,444: Corky Warren. Ft. Colbns. Colo $927; Bill Wilson. Brenham. Tex, $927: Carl Wilken. Hillsbor-o N.M, $889; John Wilken. Hillsboro. N.M, $889: Dovle Gellerman. San Joe. Ca . $815: Gary Gist. Oakland. Ca . $815: John Rodriguez. Cas-troville. Ca . $815; Jim Wheatley. Hughson. Cal, $815. GRA BARREL RACING Gail Petska. Tecumseh. Okla, $2,212. Jeana Dav. Woodward. Okla, $2,008. Cotlette Graves. Hardtner. Kans . $1,680: Carol O'-Rourke. Livingston. Mont, $1,331; AlleneGav-ler. Colo o. Sprgs . Colo, $1,090; Gail Brannon. Brenham. Tex . $1,071: De Lyssa Collins. Midwest City. Okla . $970; Donna Moody. Elmore Citv. Okla $761: June Hippie. Hanford. Ca, $646: Thve Lewis Big Spring, Tex, $612; Vicki Adams, Stuart. Okla . $608: Carolyn D-lmpeno, Cherry HiU. N J . $607; Marilvn jolly. Mexico. Mo, $579: Tern Himes. Big Spnng. tel. $567; Barbara Day. Woodward. Okla, $540. Cage crowds set record KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Southeastern Conference basketball teams attracted record crowds totaling 1,031,405 to their home games this season, the Knoxville News-Sentinel reported Wednesday. Vanderbilt, which shared the league title with Alabama and will represent the SEC in the National Collegiate Athletic Association playoffs, led in home attendance with 208,267, also a record. v BIG HEADED was the problem of the Mets after they won the 1969 World Series, says Tommie Agee, now with the Dodgers. "Last season was a farce," said Agee. "The Mets didn't win it. Everybody lost it." Freestyle mat meet at EMC Eastern Montana College coacli Dana Woodring is accepting entries for the sixth annual EMC Open AAU freestyle wrestling April 12-13. Eligible are high school seniors, collegiate and post-graduate athletes. An AAU membership is required. Coaches can not compete. the tournament in 1973 drew nearly 100 wrestlers from Montana. Idaho, Wyoming. Utah, North Dakota, South Dakota and Canada. "It's an interesting tournament and has grown each year," Woodring said. "It serves as a testing ground for the top high school wrestlers looking forward to their collegiate careers. 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In earlier contests, No. 2 seed Kentucky State roared past Hastings, Neb., 75-57; Augustana, 111., squeezed by Washburn, Kan., 57-55; Indiana, Pa., edged Grand Canyon, Ariz., 66-65; Alcorn A&M downed Missouri Western, 80-72, and Hanover, lnd., beat Northwestern Louisiana, 85-76. Fairmont problems started late in the first half. With the score tied 22-22, Tomaszewski led a 20-10 St. Mary's surge that put the Rattlers out front 42-32 at intermission. Tomaszewski scored eight points in four minutes during that rally. Fairmont was never able to get closer than six points in the second half. That came with 13:44 remaining, and Robert Taylor quickly ran the Rattlers lead back to 11 points with two field goals and a free throw in succession. Taylor finished with 15 points and Dennis Carter added 14. 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Thurman Munson cracked four hits, including a homer, in the Yankees' 18-3 decision over the Baltimore Orioles. Munson teamed with Bill Sudakis, Jim Ray Hart and Celerino Sanchez to drive in 13 runs. Orlando Cepeda, in his first spring game, and Carl Yastr-zemski each slugged two-run homers to power the Red Sox to a 7-2 success over the Minnesota Twins. John Mayberry drove in four runs on three singles and his first home run of the spring season, pacing the Royals to a 12-1 rout of the Texas Rangers. The Cincinnati Reds trimmed the Chicago White Sox 3-1 with Merv Rettenmund driving in the winning run on a sacrifice fly in the fourth inning. In a game of "B" teams, Ed Ar-mbrister and Roger Freed collected three hits to lead Cincinnati past Philadelphia 6-1. Gary Sutherland and Ron Cash combined for seven of Detroit's hits to help the Tigers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-2. 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