Pago 11--The Robesonbn, Liimliertun, N. C., Wednesday, December 8, 1971 THE ROBESONIAN POKTS Berry, Marshall Back In Practice Pirates Trim Rockingham 67-63 ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bob Berry and defensive end Randy Marshall were back in practice Tuesday and apparently will not be suspended following their arests in a police raid Monday night. Both players suited up and worked out during the short practice session after being released on bond early Tuesday morning. Cobb County police acting on a tip, raided Marshall's aoart- ment Monday night. "A reliable confidential source" had said that a ''pot party" was in progress at the apartment, police said. Berry was charged with obstructing officers and Marshall with running a disorderly house. A hearing was set for Dec. 23 in state court in Marietta. Angela Carol Nichols of Marietta was charged with possess- ing marijuana, some unidentified pills, and a device suspected of being used to smoke marijuana. . Marshall was released on $1,000 bond and Berry on a $500 bond, arranged for by Falcon Coach Norm Van Brocklin. Club owner Rankin Smith issued a statement Tuesday saying: "The incident involving Atlanta Falcon players Bob Berry and Randy Marshall on Monday evening was an unfortunate one. Cobb County authorities inform us that no Falcon players were involved in the use or possession of drugs. Both Berry and Marshall have retained counsel and we understand that counsel will request an early hearing. . . "Falcon club policy is that we do not make public announcements regarding internal disciplinary action." ROCKINGHAM -Four foul points and a field goal in the last three minutes of the game gave the Lumberton Pirates a 67-63 non-conference basketball victory o v e r Rockingham's Rockets here Tuesday night. The win was the fourth straight for the Pirates, and it was their first effort against a superiorly taller team. Rockingham's tallest player was 6-8 center Lindy Fann, who netted CAGE STANDINGS By The Associated Press NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Won Lost Pet. GB Boston 16 10 .615 -New York 14 12 .533 2 Phila 12 14 .482 4 Buffalo 11 15 .423 5 Central Division Baltimore 10 15 .400 -Cleveland 9 17 .346 \\^ Cincinnati 8 16 .333 life Atlanta 8 17 .320 2" WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee 24 4 .857 -Chicago 18 7 .720 4V- Phoenix 14 11 .560 g Detroit 10 15 .400 1214 Pacific Division 23 3 .885 _ 18 11 .621 6 1 /* 16 13 .552 8V" 6 21 .222 17Vz 5 21 .192 18 LA Seattle Golden St Houston Portland Kentucky Virginia Florid, Pittsb'g New York Carolina ABA East Division Won Lost Pet. 17 7 .708 16 H .593 12 15 .444 12 16 .429 10 15 .400 9 16 .360 6'/2 Tuesday's Results Boston 105, New York 97 Buffalo 115, Cincinnati 91 Portland 131. Detroit 130, OT Chicago 115, Cleveland 106 Milwaukee 116, Seattle 83 Atlanta 116, Golden State 113 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Cleveland at Boston Philadelphia at Cincinnati Portland at Baltimore Los Angeles at Houston Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Chicago at Detroit Atlanta at Phoenix Los Angeles vs. Golden State at Oakland Drily games scheduled West Division Utah 19 8 .704 Indiana is 10 .600 3 Memphis 11 14 .440 7 Dallas M 15 .423 71 Denver 10 15 .400 8 Tuesday's Results Pittsburgh 22, Carolina 102 ' Indiana 119, New York 114 Floridians 107, Denver 105 Dallas 113, Virginia 103 Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Kentucky' vs. Carolina at I Charlotte Denver at Memphis Dallas at Utah Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Dallas at Pittsburgh New' York vs. Virginia Richmond Kentucky at Indiana Only games scheduled ..at Carrier Oil HEAT GAS HEAT ELECTRIC HEAT AIR CONDITIONING ELECTRIC CONTRACTING BLOWN-IN INSULATION Gene's electric 1110 E. 2nd St. Lumberton. N. C. 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