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Ijtiiiiiiiittiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Names and Faces Iri llockey . . . As a middle linebacker for the Green Eay Packers and a two-year defenseman for Minnesota in the Big 10, Jim Carter has all the experience necessary for the frenzied style of play in the World Hockey Association. Or so some ambitious WHA general manager thinks. Carter, who displaced one-time all-pro Ray Nitschke for the Central Division winners last season, confirmed that he's received an offer from one of the new clubs at $10,000 more per year than lie's getting from the Pack. Green Bay coach Dan Devine Isn't too worried, however: "I don't really see this as a crisis situation." A blessing in disguise?: NHL President Clarence Campbell, who along with about 100,000,000 other fans has witnessed the dissolution of talent in the league, reports that the proposed Kansas City franchise continues to remain in trouble. But K.C. entrepreneurs, hopeful of bringing hockey to the Heartland, presented a modified plan including interim financing to the Sen. Cook board of governors meeting in New York over which Campbell is presiding. He says the whole situation will be resolved by Friday. Football . . . The lobbyist: Pete Rozelle, hopeful that Nev York State will not legalize all sports betting and thus create obvious problems for the National Football League, held a huge cocktail party last night for legislators and their aides. A proposed amendment legalizing such wagering was approved by the legislature last year, and, if it is approved by this year's legislature, would appear on the ballot in November for a decision by the voters. And so, Rozelle decided, a little get-together might be help- J . lU..I)iilJJHI.J.I P.IU'M 11 II .111111 I I imiiiiiMiiiiiMn iRrwrriffnriMiiTiTriit-fr j . ; Track Golf LINCOLN 6S, TAMALPAIS 49 ARAGON 28 . Winner (Outstanding marks) McCutcheon 42-11. Eckford, L. 6-3. STIGNATIUS 117, BURLINGAME 7S Winner 440 relay. SI. 44.4; 120 HH Clifton, SI. 16.0; 880 McCarthy. SI. 2:02.5: 100 - Lloyd. SI, 10.2: 440 McGee, SI. 52.3; 2 m is -. McVey, SI, 9:39.2: 180 LH -Clifton, SI. 21.4: 220 Lloyd, S , 23.4; mile Fotinos, O'Leary, SI, 4:35.2: mile relay SI, 3:32.1. Shot Put Karakazoff. SI. 53-9: Discus Karakazoff, SI. 152-8 V2; LJ - Gilmore, SI, 19-8 IV2; : TJ I - Yat, SI, 40-5: HJ Pazor, SI. 5-10; PV Curry, B, 12-6. Freshman score SI 101,, Burlingame34. Tennis JUNIOR COLLEGE SAN MATEO 7, SOLONO 2 Singles Sunderland, SM, d. Post, S, 6-2, 6-1; Rappa, SM d. Reiter, S, 6-1, 6-3: Latu, SM d. Magee, S, 6-0, 6-2: Ung, SM d. Haggard, S, 6-3, 4-6, 6- 4: Damitz, S, d. Louie, SM, 6-1, S-2; Chan, SM d. Hoik. S. 6-4, 6-3. Doubles Sunderland-Rappa, SM d. Reiter-Post. 6-1, 6-3; Latu-Uns, SM d. Magee-Harrard, 6-4, 7-5; HoM -Damitz, S d. Louie-Chan, SM, b-4. CARACAS TOURNAMENT At Caracas. Venezuela Men's Singles Eddie Dibbs, Miami, d. Jaime Fillol, Chile, 7-6, 6-3; Tomas Koch. Brazil, d. Erik Van Dil-len, San Mateo, Calif., 6-3, 6-3; Fran-coil Jauffret, France, d. Zeliko Franulovic, Yugosalvia, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, Doubles Jauffret-Jean Chanfreau, ranee, d. Van Dillen-Roscoe Tanner, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 75, 4- 6. 6-3. NATIONAL INDOOR OPEN At Charleston, W. Va. Men's Singles Clark Graebner, d. Karl Meiler, W. Germany, 7-6, 5- 7, 6-3: Hie Nastase, Romania, d, Pat Cramer. South Africa, 6-4, 5-7, 7- 5i Juan Gisbert, Spain, d. Ion Tinac, Romania, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5: Jurgen Fassbender, W. Germany, d. Alex Meyer, Palo Alto, Calif., 6-1, 6-1. Swimming JUNIOR COLLEGE GOLDEN GATE CONFERENCE DIABLO VALLEY 78, CHABOT 35 W i n n e rs 4x100 medley DVC (Reeve, Moe, Clarity, Molleruv) 3:55.2: 100 freestyle Kahn. DVC, 10:58.8: 400 free Reeve, DVC, 1:57.1: 50 free K i s k 0, C, 23.3: 200IM O'Brien, DVC, 2:08.0: 1 meter diving Dawson, DVC, 191.35 points; 200 butterfly O'Brien, DVC, 2:08.0; 100 free Kisko, C, 53.1: 200 backstrokeReeve, DVC, 2:20.7; 500 free Newacheck, DVC, 5:24.2: 200 breaststroke Clarity, DVC. 2:25.0; 3 meter diving Mark, C , 170.10 points: 4x100 free Chabot (Kissne, Fink, Krolicki, Okada) 3:35.0. Basketball NAIA TOURNAMENT At Kansas City First Round Lower Bracket UW-Greeir Bay 77, Dallas Baptist 66 Sam Houston 88. Wartburg 62 Ouinnipiac 79. Ouachita Baptist 66 South Carolina St. 82. Hastings 71 Ma-Wand Esn. Shore 114, Esn. Mon- tan 107., Xavier 81. Manst65 Missouri So. 70, Fairmount 6.1 VVWnWGt. 70. Grand CanyonA. . Basketball . . . Jack Burke HIGH SCHOOL Sharp Park Course 12 Holes Crestmoor 337, Balboa 359. Baseball COLLEGE CALIFORNIA ST. MARY'S 000 200 0002 8 2 000 003 1044 S 0 Matthews, Pestovich 6. Leonp 6, Roache 7, and Brian. Bell and Pe- GOLDEN GATE CONFERENCE MERRITT (0-3) 001 000 020 3 11 4 LANEY (2-1) 230 312 14x 16 10 1 Sumimoto, Arcineux 4, and Knox. Choy and Patterson. HR Diaz, L. 2nd, two on; Patterson. L, 4th, one on; Meredith, M, 8th, one on: Wilson. L. 8th. three on. Pacific 1, Sonoma St. 0 San Jose St. 5-7, Sacramento St. 2-0 CAMINO NOTRE CONFERENCE SOLANO (0-1) 000 002 0103 7 6 SKYLINE (1-1) 100 410 20x 8 12 1 Copeland, Kuntz 5, Blanton 7 and Cuffer. Cvitanich and Giannini. HR Romero, SKY, 4th, none on. Lacrosse NORTHERN CALIFORNIA LEAGUE STANDI Nli S w L Pet. GB Naval P G School Golden Gate LC Univ. of California San Francisco LC Marin LC Stanford Palo Alto LC Oakland LC 2 1 ' 2 1 O 0 0 1.000 1.000 ' 2 Va 1 112 IV2 IV2 IV2 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 0 0 .000 Last week's Games Cal. 7, Palo Alto 4 San Francisco 16, Marin 3 .. ' NPGS 14, Oakland 10 Golden Gate 7, Stanford 6 LEADING SCORERS Goals Assists Total Ambruster. NPGS 8 4 12 Wood. NPGS 4 3 2 2 0 1 2 0-3 10 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 Markell, SFLC Barton, Cal Farver, SFLC Hillman SFLC Sweeting, Cal Esman, NPGS Savage, Cal Steiner, SFLC Hockey AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 8, Jacksonville S Richmond 2, Springfield 1 Virginia 2, Rochester 0 Boxing WEMBLEY, ENGLAND Bunny Sterling, 165, England dec. Dave Ad-kins, 164, New Jersey, 10. MIAMI BEACH Billy Williams, 189V2. England dec. Brian O'Melia, 195, Jersey City, N.J.. 10. The best and the most accurate 1 1 Tune up: "DYNO-TUNE UP" I 1 MISSION AUTO GARAGE Inc. 1 I 2925 Mission St. I I 826-6683 I Clarence Campbell ful to "discuss the issues" in a friendly atmosphere. Golf ... Selected: Jack Burke, Jr. as captain of this year's U.S. Ryder Cup team. PGA president William Clark made the announcement honoring Burke for the Sept. 20-22 matches that will be held at Muirfield, Scotland. The 1956 Player of the Year participated in the event four times (1951, '53, 55, '59). General ... Sen. Marlow W. Cook, R-Ky., introduced a bill to create a federal amateur sports commission to govern the participation of American athletes in international competition. He cited last year's Munich Olympics as an example of U.S. amateur sports divisiveness, which he termed "a collection of mistakes only the government could match." In addition to setting one set of rules for international competition, the three-member commission would be able to regulate the use of federally supported institutions for the development and training of amateur athletes. A form of meningitis caused the multiple brain hemorrhages that proved fatal " to University of Tennessee track star Tony Wilson, an autopsy report showed. The 21 year old highjumper, who had a top mark of seven feet, one and a half inches) died ' suddenly Monday after being hospitalized with an apparent case of the flu. . Hello, Good-bye: "He's our kind of folks," announced Georgia Tech athletic director Bobby Dodd in announcing that the school had hired Dwane Morrison to replace Whack Hyder as head coach. Morrison, a former Tech assistant for six years, had been head coach at Mercer (Macon, Ga.) ... Less than 72 hours after watching his team stage the biggest upset of College Basketball-1972, Northwestern coach Brad Snyder resigned. The Wildcats completed a 5-19 season by shocking Minnesota, Saturday, 79-74, yet Snyder said he wasn't happy with his team's performance over four years. Two more coaching changes were announced today. Jack Kraft, head basketball coach at Villanova for the last 12 years has accepted the head coaching job at the University , of Rhode Island. He succeeds Tom Carmody . . . Lou Carnesecca, general manager and coach of the New York Nets, will return to St. John's University as head man. He replaces Frank Mulzoff who resigned Monday. Muscle Pull Sidelines Billie Jean Examiner News Services Billie Jean King continues to have Her physical problems, much to the dismay of promoters for the Virginia Slims International Tennis . tournament in Richmond, Va. Mrs. King, the defending champ and No. 1 drawing card, was forced to withdraw last night on the eve of the International's opening round. She , has a pulled stomach muscle and will be out of action for 10 day3 to two weeks. Early m the season, Emeryville's Billie Jean sat out with an inflamed wrist tendon. And the other Bay Arean on the tour, San Francisco's Rosemary Casals, will not play in Richmond, either. She has hamstring pulls in both legs and can barely walk, tour director Peachy Kellmeyer announced. The tournament opened today with top-seeded Margaret Court of Australia seeing her 14th title in the last 15 tourneys she's played. What's the Score? For latest results call The Examiner KSFO SPORTSDIAL, 478-9560. The Sportsman's Corner SPECIALIZED TRAINING all retrievers and pointers. (209) 886-5457. LABS black, males, 6 mos. Must sell. 665-7044 p.m. AKC WANTED used zodiak or fibreglas boat with motor for skin-diving. 697-9168 Fishermen's SPECIAL EASTER VACATION LONQ RANGE OVERNIGHT COMBINATION FISHING TRIP. Bring home 2 limits of cod & salmon. $45 includes bunk & food. Make reservations early. Caot. Ron 66, 282-6000 USF Underdog In Reno Odds Special to The Examiner RENO Odds on Thursday's NCAA playoff games as quoted by the Reno Turf Club: Maryland 7Vt over Syra-. cuse Providence 5 over Penn Marquette 2 over Indiana Kentucky '6'2 over Austin Peay So. Carolina 2 over Memphis St. SW La. 3 over Kansas St. Long Beach State 8V2 over USF UCLA 23'2 over Ariz. St. Walton Top Pick 011 UPI All-America NEW YORK (UPI) -Three returnees from last year's squad, led by top vote-getter Bill Walton of UCLA, highlight the 1972-73 United Press International All - America team. , Walton, a 6-foot-ll senior, joins 6-6 senior Ed Ratleff of Long Beach State and 6-1 senior Dwight Lamar of Southwestern Louisiana as holdovers from last year's All - America team. Rounding out the first five are 6-4 sophomore David Thompson of North Carolina State and 6-5 senior Doug Collins of R-linois State., Walton, the player most responsible for the Bruins going undefeated in regular season play for a second straight year, missed by only one point of being unanimous choice for the team. Keith Wilkes of UCLA heads the second team. Two other Bruins, Larry Farmer and Larry Holli-field, were given honorable mention. SECOND TEAM Keith Wilkes, UCLA Tom McMillen, Maryland Jim Brewer, Minnesota Kevin Joyce, S; Carolina Ernie DiGregorio, Providence THIRD TEAM Allan Hornyak, Ohio St. Tom Burleson, N.C. State Ron Behagen, Minnesota Bill Schaeffer, St. John's Marvin Barnes, Providence HONORABLE MENTION Averltt, repperoine; Baniom, at. josepn s: Biles, Tulsa: Bradley, Northern llli-nois; Brown, Missouri; Cosic, Brlgh-am Young; Downing, Indiana; Farmer, UCLA) Finch, Memphis St.; Fu-qua, Oral Roberts; Hollyfield, UCLAi Hudson, Alabama; Ingeisby, Villanova; Jones, Houston; Karl, North Car-olina; Lewis, Los Angeles St.i McNeill. Marquette; Parknill, Virginia; Washington. American U .; - Weatherspoon, Illinois; Williams, Austin Peayi Wllmore, Michigan, Cards9 Kelley Named to Pac-8 A ll-Conference Rich Kelley, Stanford sophomore, and Ron Lee, Oregon freshman, have been named to the Pacific-8 all-conference basketball team, executive director -Wiles Hallock announced yester: day. UCLA's Bill Walton and Keith Wilkes were the only unanimous selections. Washington's Louis Nelson round ed out the first five. SECOND TEAM Dan Anderson, USC: Clint Chapman, CISC; Sam Whitehead. Oregon State: Neal Jur-genspn. OSU: Rickie Hawthorne, California; Doug Little. Oregon. HONORABLE MENTION Larry Farmer, UCLA; Ray Price. Washington: John Coughran, California; Larry Hollyfield, UCLA; Greg Lee, UCLA. Guilford, 'Rock' I11 NAIA Wins KANSAS CITY (AP) Guilford of North Carolina advanced to the quarterfinals of the 36th annual NAIA basketball tournament today with a 98-81 win over Valdos-ta State of Georgia. The Quakers joined Slippery Rock, Pa., as quarter-finalists following the Slippery Rock win over Quinni-piac, Conn., in today's first game 104-75. Guilford's Lloyd Free and M. L. Carr led the attack with 29 and 19 while Willie Oxford hit 26 for the losers. VIRGIL Shreeve. Golf Lessons. Pro. equip, disc. 334-6U2. FOR Sale Membership to Western Outdoors Club. Napa. Days (707) 226-9926, eves. (707) 226-2450. CALYPSO MOTORHOMES. Sales or Rentals. Storage Unlimited, Pier 24, San Francisco. 986-8726. TOYOTA 4-W.D. & TRUCK CENTER ALL MODELS TOYOTA CENTER 790 No. San Mateo Dr. San Mateo 347-9192 Eves, til 9. Sat-Sun, til 6 DUCK CLUB, 1000 acre commercial club. Grizzly Island. Hunting Lodge Ideal for private club, plus large income. (707) 425-3905. Dons Will Try To Forget 1972 , , From Page 59 up with them and then froze up in the game. This time we're going to let our actions on the court do the talking." All of the starters except center Eric Fernsten also started last year in the Regionals at Provo, Utah. And Fernsten, then a freshman, drove there to watch, so everyone fully understands the disappointment that went with last year's performance. In that game the Dons shot 22 per cent from the floor in the first half (8x36) and SO for the game (22x67), converted only 61 per cent of their free throws and made 20 turnovers. Smith was three of 10. Snake Jones one of six and Kevin Restani four of 16. "I remember coming downcourt and having my first pass of the game Intercepted by Ed Ratleff and taken in for an easy basket," Restani said. With Fernsten in the middle and Restani free to work for his 12-footers from a forward spot, USF is an Improved team. The Dons look at this game with Long Beach as the chance to prove it to a crowd of nearly 13,000, the poll-makers' and all those folks watching at home. In advancing to their best season since 1965-66, the 22-4 Dons had four men average in double figures: Smith (18.7), Restani (17.9), Mike Quick (17.4) and Jones (11.7). Fernsten averaged .8.2 points a game, 10.2 in conference play, but also contributed an average of 8.8 rebounds and six blocked shots. Such balance allowed USF to set a one-season scoring record of 2247 points for an average of 86.4 per game on a shot percentage of 46.3. Smith was one of two unanimous selections on the West Coast Athletic Conference team and an honorable mention on The Sporting News All America squad. Restani was named NorCal Player of the Year, first team all-WCAC and first team NCAA District 8. "Smith has improved greatly for them," Long Beach coach Jerry Tarkanian said. "He's one of the finest guards on the Coast ... Quick is shooting better and Restani, well, he was player of the year in their conference (actually that award went to William Averitt of Fepperdtne, but the thought was there)." , " By the same token, Long Beach has improved itself with the addition of JC transfers Roscoe Pondexter at forward and 5-10 guard Rick Aberegg. Pondexter gives the 49ers more depth and flexibility on the front line and Aberegg has taken the burden of ball handling off Ratleff. A year ago, Ratleff brought the ball up, was the team's leading scorer, rebounded, and was the pivotal man in the 49ers' 1-2-2 zone defense, playing on the point. Now with Aberegg, a quick and skilled player, Ratleff can work the lane and the baseline where he is most effective, knowing that Rick will penetrate and get the ball to the open man. , "They're also bigger and more physical on the front line this year," Restani said. "They start both Nate Stephens, who is 6-11, and Leonard Gray, who is 6-8, 240, and then they can come back with Pondexter (6-7, 230)." 4V " ' ' ' ' f ' . ' Ilk X' ' ' ' 1 j&m m- xs"" MssmmM '?Ty' , rimsaxac &fi ,mMfiMiA.j, ,l I;.. ". r-f7i'i i i w 4 . if 1 . ; J? f v s 4 wjnw v- r"pf?' ' y ' mr'vy Wvauwr ym CUSTOM WIDE TREAD Y ! t Polyester cord bodyi plus fiberglass cord bells The tire that's standard oroptional equipment on many new cars Built for today's fast action cars and for the man who wants great tire performance. t r. 7 A ?4 c 3 x, r V T I WWW Mi'IWlWP: i T ' s '- ' C. v. - ' ' -' 4f ; ' . . ' i J i it r ii i v if it tit i i i n i y 7 h'iVZJi .4 Ml V 4 WAYS TO CHARGE Lesler Exp laillS MdcC By Eddie Muller Examiner Sports Writer "I never saw so many guys get knocked down in my life," said Jimmy Lester upon his arrival today from New Zealand where on Monday night his main event turned into a near-riot when he was disqualified in the fourth round of a middleweight battle with Le Apos-tropher Avassa of Samoa. When the referee, whom Lester said was inexperienced a n d incompetent, called a halt to the fight, fans threw beer cans and followed by climbing into the ring. "One can hit me on the h e a d," laughed Jimmy. "That was Hie hardest blow I had taken all night." "I knew from the start," Lester explained, "that the referee was working against me. He instructed me to take a step back and he would let us fight in the clinches. "Right away he said, 'Lester you're leaning. "I didn't know what he meant by leaning. I never heard tjiat before. Then he started pushing me. I finally told him to keep his hands off me. "When I had Avassa on the ropes and about ready to drop him, the referee pulled me off and said, 'I'm disqualifying you for fouling.' " It was then that the fireworks started. At the height of the brawl, Jimmy said he thought there must have been at least 50 people in the ring. Everybody was swinging, even at their friends. "Two Samoans charged WHITE LETTER OR WHITE STRIPE TIRES ...WIDE 70" SERIES iiwini , ,1 i iii iii.iiirniiaiwitn ii Hiiiiiiii. WHITE LETTER WHITE STRIPE MT " f. Price Kg Rcf.Prlet H"M A70-13 - $44.45 KUv" - - : $2.08 D70-13 - $50.55 $35.38 - - $2.26 D70-14 - $50.55 $35.38 $48.05 $33.63 $2.34 70-14 7.35-14 $52.85 $36.99 $50.15 $35.10 $2.48 F70-14 7.75-14 $55.15 $38.60 $52.25 $36.57 $2.61 670-14 8.25-14 $57.45 $40.21 $54.35 $38.04 $2.82 H7JH4 JSj5-14 :$61.00 $42.70 $57.45 $40.21 $3.09 E70-15 7.35-15 $54.00 $37.80 - - $2.55 F70-15 7.75-15 $56.25 $39.37 $53.25 $37.27 $2.65 G70-15 8.25-15 $58.55 $40.98 $55.35 $38.74 $2.86 H70-15 I 8.55-15' I '$62.15T$43.50 $58.50 $40.95 $3.06 30 OFF SALE urn .30:xamUtrr-Page 65 T?nWr Wed., Mar. 14, 1973 Markson Will Kelire From Garden Post NEW YORK (AP) Harry Markson will retire a s president of Madison Square Garden Boxing, Inc. at the end of this month and will be succeeded by Teddy Brenner, it was announced today. Irving Mitchell Felt, chairman of the board and president of Madison Square Markson, 67, would remain as a director of Garden Boxing and serve as hon-ary president and consultant. Brenner will continue as matchmaker and John F. X. Condon, who was made vice president, will continue as publicity director. me," said Jimmy. "I flattened both of them. One guy dragged me down by my legs. I couldn't bit him. So I ' decided to bite him on the leg. It was a mistake. I still had my mouthpiece In my mouth." ' Lester said Bobby Jordon, another San Francisco boxer and Don Tsark, their manager, were in the middle of the melee. "They told me Bobby belt-', ed a security officer, but that wasn't true. It was a spectator. The police were - good to us. They got us safe-" ly back to the dressing - room, covering our heads as those fans still kept heaving i ,, oeer cans. Apparently Lester wasn't at fault. He got his full purse, no suspension and he said, "not even a reprimand by the commission." muf -iiieia ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT

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