The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington on November 27, 1971 · 13
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I I I I 1 . Forrest - 0e; wma..J 11.:mo , .. . 1 0 11:1 , Tal Nick T t wo HILTON H S.C. (AP). I an obscure, regular, fired 67 and vaulted - round lad in t . Classic Friday taus remained . strokes back. 1 McLendon, m among the top . j ners -this- seaso ' total- of 138, lo , , the tight, dem - Town Golf Lint Big Bob IA , , doned a crash : ed improved p , gained weight, stroke back wit - . Then it was ; fearsome Nickl, gether a 69 or oceanside layou - strut and was 140. - ,. . - , '' - Knudso . ,, , I . He wai tied with Canadian and Bob Smith. ly-haired veter; dropped back i the Monday qu . best-- round of day,a 66. Smit Hale Irwin, leader who slir 141, was the on der Par after tN course most of toughest they p Arnold Palm( putting troubles , times front 10 his front nine, . 143, live behind Lee. Trevino, . record-setting winner and the the year, rallie, to a 71, puttin ably under, the two rounds but of the 26-year-ol "I'm real pi) , - said .McLendon, , only .817,002 ti , hasn't played i - . months., -,, ; , . Chipper .. , The. lanky, 6-1 , got off to a, chipping in on scoring an ear second and go par on the first "On a course . , a start. like that ficult not to servatively the , way,';' said A played the last .. Winn figures. He chipped 11 -';' for a birdie on ; parredthe seco yard and wedr eagle on the till , iron to within fourth. He mat birdies 'with as i the backside. Palmer had th card, including on the 13th, v., , into trouble and . , er. 7 . .. Heritage - Mac McLendon ..., Bob LIMO George Knudson .- Bob Smith Jack Nicklaus - Hale Irwin Arnold Parer .. Rod Curl Frank . Bea d Gay Brewer Deane BornAn - Larry Zipcopt ..., Dow Finsfewald Doug Sanders Dick Lotr Dave Eicheloerner . Homero Elanras , Leonard Thompson Lou Graham ...,',.. Don January - ; Dale Douglass .. . Randy Wolff ; Jack Montgomery , ! Dave Marr Bob Murphy ; Bobby Mitchell - IGrier Jones Terry Dill . . . . Ron Carrudo , Charles Coody . Billy Maxwell ' Lionel Hebert Larry Wood Tom Aaron Phil Rodgers Howie. Johnson Palbh Johnston Ted Hayes DeWitt Weaver ...- Dan Sikes - Chris Blocker Bob Goalby . - Lee Trevino , Randy Glover x-Jim , Simons - Don Massengale ..- ' George Archer Gardner Dickinson Bobby, Greenwood : DON BIES . George Johnson , Joel Goldstrand .. Bert Yancey , . Chuck Courtney . , Gene 'Ferrell Rockyr ThombsOn ,-. John Miller Tom Weisknot 1 Ztr7ir DS4rs'gg - Hero klonner ; Julius Barns Hubert Green Labron Harris , Tom Shaw Bob Stone , BABE HISKEY Bubbs, Allin .. , Jim Jamieson Lenny. Wadkins - a-Jim 'Simons - FAILED TO QUAL 77-76--153; Kermit Zi --- Siffor4 .SI Sea Pines HILTON , HE S.C. (AP) Ch 49-year-old vet( course record f . par, and advanc( the third round 1 - 000 Sea Pines Or ment Friday. - Sifford had a i 207 and was tied - . with Paid Moral . , that is being pla : lite tournament Heritage Classic. L HILTON HEAD ISL r Leading scorers Riga of the 530,000 Sea Pin, mnet on the 6,800-yar - Plantation course: Charles Sifford , Paul Moran , Jim Dent .. .... ,. . Peter Townsend .. . - . Dirk Phyan ; Dean Refrain Ross Randall , Harry Bannerman - . ' Larry White Dwight Nevil ; ! , Mike Beasor Tom Watson . , David Graham . gen; rveerr7on , Forrest Fezier - . , , ! 1 . 1 , , , ! , - , , , , , , . , , ' , , , ' 4 I ' i ';') , - The okesman-Review, Saturday, Nov. 27, 1971 13 . ' - s c u re mac,. meLendon La.zelle Tops Jets Sp Face San. Francisco , - - ..... , ob 7 - - - H1,,Clit SCI1001 . , ..t . , Takes 'HeriLage r ' Golf Lead. Score List Joe Namath Might . Appear . ., TACOMA (AP) -- Rolling up Associated PresS 7:..,,ii,7,, 7., ......, ,.,,,f:,,. . .,. , 5.0 at home and 05 on the road. N atts ickl the fourth most productive point r,VT'''''.4 ''::"::tr:'.ni,!,--,,,,,,,,,,,::-.,,,, ,::,W:ssr '?.,rM.7i"''''".:''r"'.::.::''',':7E Tr'' E:W.- 5.,:. ''''''' '4:''"'""";-:4'.1:' ''''''! a during the dozen earPs o r . . M.&,&,."''-,,:,,4;:,,'' " ,:':, c: :E::::::7",:.:-,, ,: - , -,, -,.,,, : .. .:: :: . -,.:-..,,,:,. , . : total g Y , f 'Joe Namath won't be in any playoffs this season but he .;':.'..';:,. 7 '':' mtk-- - - -14.'"4,.:,:i . San Diego will not have in . t,,.:4 Aired rookie Bill Parks to heirs , : ' g;,,, ,. .;, ,,,,-- l'-:u,, :"!:.&:::.',. , ::: :,,,, ,,,.:. ::: :: ' :. : ,-,; '":":' :. : ::,..,: :,.:':.,',:,,,;4:',::: : : : .:,,, ::: : :; ::., which records have been kept, ' ' :: 0;,''', rt could be involved in a big game -;;; - 0-.4 . J,,.,40;kz:. catch John Hadl's passes Two Bac Yelm halfback Keith Lazelle has k t:::,,:::::,::':::::,::':',',:::!:!,::i:::i::::::,:,:t,:,'17,.::::':',v4H,::,,,i,,:,'--,,,,,,i:,',,,:,,::.: 4,.";,:,...4:,::::..,:,:::,:,::,::::::::::,:i,,;:::::::::::::,:,:,::::,::::,:::::,::::,::,:::,,,,,:,.' :7:.,:.:,::-:: !::::::-:::..::,,::::.: :.,, ,::,, ;,10. ". :::;; :,,:::: .:,:':::::H::::: ::::::'-::j:,-,:::: :4 :,7:,,,,,,4,::',"-:::.4.:,, : ,,: :: ::,: : : :. , 4 on the 1971 state high school Sunday-a big one for :: : : : : :.: :: ::; w the San :: ...e,,:-- against Cincinnati. Hadl also wi''',,4 . 1,,,,,,,,,,,...,,: : . , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,:4,:.:::''': v;:,,-.,:.:::s -,VX, ::: '.:,,:',.:7-: ,,,:,,t,-..ii.e.,,',',..::,: ta,0,1,or : : :::.: ,:, football scoring championship. Francisco 49ers. &.,,., ;,,.,,'" ',- will have to contend with a Cin- ,,;.&. , HILTON HEAD ISLAND, ,.,., :,-, ' - ,...-::: ;:i: :.:'..:::. ' ".:', '4::: - :: :. ':: ,,:,.. ,:,",':',,-:,::?.- . :: $':" ' ..: - .' '1--- : cinnati pass rush that got to an obscure, straggling tour - , 0 S.C. (AP), - Mac McLendon, k , ,,:::4-,,:,,o, f, :&:,,,, : ":: ,, i ,-::: : , ' ': ::. :, : 4! -0-'- ,-,,-.4,. ,4: ::,.::.. : The senior speed merchant, Namath s.,e v't ,-;,. ,L,s .: F',:', ::!,:.: who three times notched five might return to ac- :'-: . " le .. Houston passer five times last t .---0,i :,:::., !:ti.,'.;,,,,,:::Np::t:,,".'.--:-:',' ,:,,i,4 ;::',, ' : :" ,,, :: :, ,,,, tin for. the firat time since i (2:-:- : . ..-40,47,. -- ;: week. ::: : . ,.II touchdowns in a single game, . regular, fired a four-under4par :i:;',i'-'...:: ,:::::'..:!,,,',. ".''':: ;"::,.-; ",,:,;::t.- ' ':r'.:-''-,;4.-:',. ' -z-; ::,:t.:,(ti 1 "-N. u t.,,;000: - , Quarterback. Bart Starr. may ,r . ' finished the season with 182 eing injured in pre-season ' 67 and vaulted into the second ,,,f':;:::':::::-::::'::.,,:;:::::,:',,,:::;'t,'''',,,,I;'."''4'4:;:s'",,:1 W7r47,4",tr,;;;:,::-,"-,&-,,',,-: 14t.4 ''' :'' :' :'' play when the Jets, 4-6, play ,- ' - return to action for Green Bay, -. , : , points in nine contests. , - . , - round lead in the Heritage Golf 1"...,::.1,".,4---,,,,::.V.,,,$&,::::,,,,-,::.:::. ,:,:,:::: .i.., :::1,1!:1,,:,r :i:1::,:,,,,',,.,'0:,;, 44 --- ,,,,.. :. :: host to the 49ers who could take 1 , yor.- -: . but the Packer's big weapon is Classic Friday but Jack Nick- 7;,...:',,I.::,,'-',':,',,::',.":,"-- 's.'.."',.,.,'"-:.,,,,,'",i- ':,;,:::,,q:):,: '"...4,,,,::.:,,:",:-":,:,a .,!;ev::,;:4.V r N W h a t ,,4;,::.;: , ., 's most remarkable , over first place in the Western ;: ; st-,''' :, : & . running back John Brockington. ..,, laus remained in contention two i,:-,,,,:;,:::.,.,,-;:4,,, ..,:,,,,,04,..:;,,,,.,.-,,.:.,,to -..,,,i,,,,,i,k,i,.,.,:,?':,,,,',44ft,;:,'-,,. : , Ite -.::,'t.:: : . ::. Yelm was shut out once. . :::,... ,- :4:,,, ,, ..,,4:,,;,,s i;,,.$:?!?... ''',Ic: ,47.,.:, ..?:':0R4it ': 411c ion of the National Foot :: : ": : . Another first was recorded Division '', - ' : Archie- Manning will start ' at & r. - strokes back. - . : 4,.,.,.,,,:,.,::,9,?k::-,:-?.y:, ,-,,,::-:41,,, '':''-':,:,.::::: :''''''''''' :VP''' ""1 ::'''''''tb; :' -: ' . ball League's National Confer- :'" . '-. ' ::::): quarterback for New Orleans. -.7 ',.. 4-6'i'd : '' q :- :::Nio,,,..-::i---awd ,;.:i:,0,,,,:or,i..' i r i ' ' .::: , : ., when the bottom man in the top enee 3:' ' '4';' ':',.: .:X.: ' Buffalo will be seeking its .... --f, McLendon, who doesn't rank i.;.,,,;,:, ..:::',;:::,:.:!-4u::,,,,-,'..:,':,:,,:o,:z::'.4', 14.;:..,:,'-,,,,,:.., ,,-i,, t".: ,.., .: 4,,- ; : ''.': 4',:';':...: ' : :: ten this fall wound up with 'more 'A, - - 4i, e -,., . N--:1 ,, ,:' j a moqg the top 100 money win- 10.,,,i,;,4:;,r1S'iAi!.,N0,:f4.4,::;:0,0,:, ,'-'44.4,,,':,'-'A:-141F7,.:.:: :.7 de ::.:.,::: p !,:,,440, ::::.:::: ::,:, ,. ::.: points than in any previous sea- San Francisco has a 6-4 "ii.,,, : ..,.....,.. ,,,: :4,',.: first victory while rookie quar& .:..., ners this season, had a 36 hole q:44:Z.::,:k74:.;...r.,..,,,.,,....1..:...,.::,:""t::-,:',f,q,.3,1 -14k,,a w,:,,,,,.:.i,- ::, : ,.4.,,:f;--, .: .-.::::.: .,,,,-, 4, ,, , :: :: , : : : record compared to a 6-4-1 , . --.:"" A terback Jim Plunkett will he "' trying to move New England to '- - total of 138, four under par on 14.",-,.'".:"::.,:'-'',,-4.i ii,';'''',Y."'"'-':,,&'-'-"'.....;,01 ,44;.i0:::-:: :" ' '''..;-' .,,,i,:,t: 4 :::::;.,i': ik son of the 12 which have been . : : :: mark for Los Angeles which N11;; -.;' : : the tight demanding Harbour r',:,.":',:,.:::.,,,Pl.4,,.:,e,,:'.. , !.'4''.:.:, ',.:.:',...... Zt .'' :,:',.;.:',.k.,.: ..: '..' j k lost 28-21 to Dallas Thursday. k 4 :,.:.....t : : :: :;'.' tr. . " :, & tabulated. '':',. ,:,,, ,:.'-' : A within one game of .500 - Town Golf Links. . , , .,...,,, m:,.:."::::.,,7",'-7.-,4,.&, ".2-,:.&, .'","' &,. :,-'..,:r".0: 4 : Scoring Leaders &,,, In other Sunday games, At - '' " - St. Louis ill he facing doned a crash diet and attribut- ,........ ed improved play to some re- Big Bob Lunn, who aban- L4,":"..,':'",,'J:.1,.,.!....?,':,V,-,,,4T:::':',',':-""''7.:f..";-...:7:;',, ,','"".,"44. . :&:',,.,,::34:' ''' '4:', .' " -4, T PAT VP lanta, 5-4-1, is at Minnestta, 8- scrambling Fran' Tarkenton ,,,,, , .,--,. '''''-,: :,:: : ', -;,,, Keith' Lamile, Yelm 27 10 IR? JOU.: NAMATII - - ' ,- ,,..,., -,:,,,,... ..:, . .;i:.':',.,,, '':' 4 ":; , "',o :: -,-, .,-:,:.,-,::--,,,, Jeff Hannah, Ferndale 2? 11 is20; Washington. 6-3-1, at Phila- and a jinx. The Cardinals have .e. : 1,,,,-,,.:..,,.,,-,..... , , ::,"-- g 4,' ,:. ;- ,-."--::-;,-;,,,,, :,:;: Dave Komar, Burlington 2? 1 134 Idelphia 3-6-1. Baltimore, 7-3-0 IR 10 12$ : Return Possible lost five straight lo the Giants .........., 8truggling Washington needs a - New . gained weight, was just one ",- --17'2,111:.:4,,e:?, .',' ; '.,. -,,: : 41,i",:-.:,:.:t::',,":::R,,,,,,'', : Daryl Stoker, Connell :: :: tk;..:4,..,W,'ni. Randy Carberry, Sultan 19 9 123 and re onl 4-9-1 y against. - -.. - stroke back with a 68 for 139. '''" ' ,-,-, ',- f -4:' ,. ,. .. (-.07i, a ,..:', "--- 4,,-t Toby Hatley Colfax . .4 , 2 .. 1 "--:--- , ,,, , Doug Wilson', Bethel 18 t 1713 at Okland, 7-1-2; Cleveland. 5-5-' 17 1 119 , ; , - gong back . - . ,IF 4,, it g'441 il: . l':,: :. ,::' ', 7 ,: '" . , ,L Brad Graybille Wc;odway 17 11 115 ' to beat Philadelphia York i bk to 1964 to move Then it was the feared and 0 at Houston 1-8-1 Denver 2 ,,,.A .:, ' D' k W 'rime'''. Zillah 17 5 112 7-1; at Pittsburgh, 5-5-0; San 34 again to within a half game of - fearsome Nicklaus, who put to- , -...: ..! ,i, :.,,4. V :r,,, ' ' , Pt. Townsend 16 8 112 Diego 4-6-0 at Cincinnati ( gether a 69 on the 6,655 yard . 1,..!'.:1,...... ,-.-:-.., , ,: - Sutherland t ,,,,4,'"-,,f,,,,'&:: , , , oceanside layout he helped con- - 0; New Orleans, 3-5-2, vs Green Dallas in the National East. ,., EXERCISE . ';':oir-.-.4; 1 Bay, 3-6-1, at Milwaukee; New Neither Billy Kilme - England, 4-6-0, at Buffalo, 0-10- Jurgensen was abler tnoc)rgeStPrithnYe ,..:,..... struet and was just two back at te'i,"t.,:i.:A',74,!04!. I :' :: - Faulty Fire . 'EQUIPMENT . , - , 140. - , ' : , '14,41, -.4.4 race at Brands ' and St. Louis, 3-7-0, at New Redskins on the scoreboard , -- : - Knudson Hot l" ":"",-4,-40,:444';-.-: wx:.'-.,,-, ,".',-, : :. York Giants, 4-6-0. when they were knocked out of & ::'::4,,-:,, r.'::-:::::":",,WA41:44,&::i " NEED IT? RENT IT! , -i ' He wai tied at that figure :p:: : , :::: ::::"-:::: t':'-;:.-.:-. - : :-.t&- E quipment Monday night's nationally first place by Dallas, last Sun- , Canadian George Knudson ''., , : : Y ::: : : ": : 7".","'::, '. : : ,.. televised game has, Chicago 6- day. Philadelphia, has won FRI RENTALS & :. : : : '' , , and Bob Smith.' Knudson, a cur- , ' 44,- , Killed Driver 4-13' at Miami, 8-1-1. three and tied Washington in its SALES ' , . ly-haired veteran who recently - t . 'v:- ',-:-::,...:.:"F 4,.':'?1,,,t. Jets Hurting last five games. .. frilb L & & dropped back into the ranks of - ..: , .,, - , ,,,::,-,, TONBRIDGE, England (AP) Baltimore will-take its strong A EAST 10903 - -. ... the Monday qualifiers,' had the . , '-' , ,,,. - San Francisco will be trying - - Tipc1 A SPRAGUE . - C best,.. round of the cool, sunny '"" ' '' ' "4 ."' i ' killed in an auto ' . a two -game losing fense into Oakland to snap , needing a WA 4-2000 . day,-a 66. Smith had a 70. fr . 4, died streak against aninjury-pla- v. Hale Irwin, the first round ''' d'?":17,,:,: .:kl: ...,...-'NL o Si 7'-'''''''' Hatjch England the 'andh Oct. Swi , gued Jet team that upset Kan- victory to stay in the American Just East of "U" City! ' ! ' - . . Ntk accidental y, a coroner , leader vyho slipped to a 73 for rfl 4 : , 7''') C4D , as City and narrowly missed East race with Miami which .. -- -, -,,, -- . - Swiss driver running game and rugged de 's in ,,,3.,.,. quest ruled Friday. , ' leads the Colts by 112 games ' - 141, was the only other man un- , r,'"'"'-) upsetting Baltimore. , - -I , s...,&,& 4.I''. :f.::::is ::. -. , if"! '''s The 35-year-old racing star .t. and is favored to make Chicago der Par after two trips over the ..&. -., its eighth straight victim Mon- COIL 1ISEUM died,in the flaming wreckage of ' course most of the pros call the ,, , , :,. - -,,-: his BRM on the 14th lap of a want to play and I wi;1 play if I can do the " Nam- day night. toughest they play all year. , the Oakland ath said of his status. for . , led by the passing UBLI ..- - - Arnold Palmer ran into some ' ' t race held to celebrate Jackie . .:.. i A-, Weather conditions will game. . . , combination of Daryle Lamon - - .., puttnrig troubles-he missed six ..,,, ...78, , Stewart's world championship ;:,4: ":- victory. la an im ortant part in Nam- P Y P Ica and Fred Belitnikof, has a I E itel"..i times from 10 feet or less on 44 th's decision to play. E SKATING 143 live behind -- :,,...,1p- ,, ,.: , , - , 10,- i Big question at the inquest a - . chance to open a 112-game . his front nine-and had a 74 for IR '',-- ; ''"", , . :0',x2.. ,&.- was whether Siffert could have stay right in Atlanta would . aY g margin over Kansas City in the . Fri.,iov. 26,1;30 am. to 3:30 pa. --,..,: . .4k, w.,-0,,,-.N 44, . ' National West been pulled from the wreckage the thick of the N American West. , 4 .'' Sat Nov.211:30 am. to 3.30 p.M., - -.- Lee Trevino, the season's 1r 4 .' :40,00,,,,, it- - - ,e ,,,::' - - :: -4 ' t ''',, , . ,,,e ,, i- , . . 71 1.:...... record setting leading money .t..,100''''''.'40,,,:r,' ,: ,,;,:e',.' , alive if fire extinguishers had race xith the 49ers and Los An geles by beating Minnesota Leroy Vital . : Stin.., Nov. 203:30 pm. to 5:30 am the year, raffled ..., worked properly. - winner and the PGA player of , ',,f,lai - ' ,:', . , - , -10 ...,........ ,,, llied from a fat 78 , 9,11 II' ,,, doli, - ttl. w. 0 move Cleveland tied with Pitts- Skate Available - .. Fire marshall Barry Foot of which needs a victory to b f , . .,,..., or the American Central Southampton testified, "None of 112 games ahead of Detrtit in burgh For information, call ''' '''''k'! to a 71, putting him comfort- ;,-,410 - ,es: ... "'4, the three extinguishers we had the National Central. tral Detroit lead , once again will count on - FA 8-2110 - ... - ably under, the cut for the last )in; r,,:,;,.::::, :, :',77 . . -411 '4.4', operated properly." Foot said beat Kansas , g y y when hurs- the rushing of Leroy Kell , . -, . , two rounds but 11 strokes back I'M ; '" City 32-21 T ' . the Browns meet Houston. Kel- - -- . of the 26-year-old McLendon. , : it-'"4 -: , : .(11,:, ,,06- ., he thought that if ' the ex- day. ' 8 12 Buffalo 400 4 Fouled outCleveland Roberson 117 apiece tmgiushers bad worked, the Atlanta will be counting on . ly helped in the victory over B St E TROPHY .- . "I'm real proud of myself," 110 :,: : , ' 00,1 ' ''' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' d' ' - - , :, le , New England last Sunday that SPECIAL - ,, , .. . : , ,,. :.:.,, . : , ...,: . ' flames of Siffert's car would Bob Berry's passing a good . said .McLendon, who has won r :' : pl-: ,: : ' '4'4 ,4,,..." s:"' CZ) 'i snapped ,a four game losing ..cHaiSImAS SAVINGS' - , , ;,' , . :' . " ' have been out within 10 -sec- running attack against the' , only $17,002 this season and . ..,- 4 -' ,, ',,,o, ' onds. NFL's toughest defense. ' , streak. - - : , BOWLING SHOES . :$ ,,,: . , hasn't played in the last two ::: : ' -,, :' Pathologist Dr. Keith Randall Pittsburgh : will take the pas, & BOWLING BAGS : - months., :, , , , :. e'4:',:t lifIgirlawF 11,- 41 -iii. ' . FA 113333 ' N. 1009 Washington " ,,,, ; ' A'4'-'s--1-41. 1, : told the inquest Siffert died, , sing 'of Terry Bradshaw and its , . home field magic into its game 1 -. Chipper Start ,., ::' .&,:,. . ' ' ... :- ' . -44, ,,, 0 tor, . within a minute, from suffoca- PROFESSIONAL ROFFSSIONAL , , I ,.-.' , ,0-- t - --AB, , ton . with Denver. The Steelers are .,. The lanky, 6-foot-2 McLendon ': ', -;--t-, ' :. B.1.,,: :q - 11, -,''-": Aft. "If there had been no fire, he IIOCKEIr - -' - a got off to a, fantastic start, ,.,. - '''''''''""-.-- Al. -&, f - 4 -t- ,,:,,-,00,, .,,,,,, 44 , :, F ,,.,..;. 5 ,. would not have died," said Dr. - , - I chipping in on the first hole, ', .,.:: .. scoring . an eagle two on the ,: f &,., . . k:-., :WN Randall. : v . ' : : ' : NATIONAL LEAGUE p ficult yard and wedge shot for an Heritage Leaders Ham Buchan won Mint made a bi run in the fi . 7..x r ., , ,. ''W'''' 44,r'lka 7-'::k, v , ' , second 'and going four under ' : 4011-414'1' - -: ' . ' ' : : :::: :' : ': : : ' - , ' East Division . i IT 1:111, oDEE . .. par on the first four holes. i -'. ': : ' - it . VC & , :- , , . : , : . :::: -- :::',-':. F-H1; , .,,,014,,, : ,. .. : : ::::-:: ,,: , 'Mint' W w L T Pts. GP GA 14 2 A 32 98 46 Airli, Illidra . , ,,. . "On a course like this, after t in ins Pgt's'ItrtnYegk 15 5 1 31 RI 43 ' , 12 2 6 30 78 44 ' a start like that, it's pretty dif- 1-!, Montreal Toronto 8 6 7 73 SS 60 ' ,- 4 not to play it con- A Race Detroit 5 12 4 14 53 78 -- servatiyely the rest of the - -... - ajor xncaTaiver 514 4 14 51 76 4 12 5 13 60 82 7L-231E3L72:, . way,!' said McLendon, who Help Stamp Out Sudden Stops , West Division - i - , played the last 14 holes in regu- mintleoia 15 4 3- II 65 36 Atlanta's Pete Maravich grirrimaces Maravich and Clark hit ,the Tree throw lit Aqueduct lation figures. Chicago 15 5 1 38 1 6Z :46, :7,' Ile: chipped in from 20 feet 1phia ;1 4 f as he scales the back of Baltimore for one of his career high 40 points as Philade ' Pittsburgh 1()3 2 118 461' 68 ' - , guard Archie Clark in their NBA game the Bulets won 115-108. (Associated ; for a birdie on the first hole, NEW YORK (Al') (AP) - Paul Ilie'Lront;rs 7 13 3 17 74 101 6 12 3 15 55 70 , . , , . parred the second, holed a 125 Friday afternoon. A foul was called on Press Wirephoto) , , Mellon's favored Key To The Los Angeles 5 16 1 II 46 91 - . . g - Friday's Results - , - . A ,. ,....,. eagle on the third and laced an -- nal eighth of a mile Friday and Minnesota 2, California 1 1 :. iron to within 312 feet on the Buchan Wins PRO BASKETBALL won the $35,950 Remsen Stakes Only game scheduled. . 1 -''. ' fourth. He matched two more at Aqueduct Friday by half a AMERICAN LEAGUE birdietwith as many bogeys on 0 length over Determined Cos- East Division .' the backside. Star Race. olio. . w L 2 T 2 Pts Git GA .. Davis 0- 4 Mengelt .3 3-3 9 Traffic Cop was third in the Boston 14 30 74 37 ' card, including a double bogey Palmer had three sirs on his NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ..2 0 Washton ..0 0-0 0 m 0 0-0 0 Catlett ..0 0-0 0 ., e race for 2-year-olds, Nova Scotia 10 7 3 23 72 $ 8 .... Atlantic Divisi Rile on rtt et Fits B d i t dg Patersn .0 0-0 0 . u three sprincifield 9 6 4 22 69 60 1 1.111.13 lair., . , .4". 5 11 '5 IS 70 81 se.,stio 3, .-.1.-- tiallednfAilke Al --,; c on the 13th, where he drove legnths ahead of Explodent 8 11 3 19 63 83 pcizte:Irce i . do ....4 z....t, ,. . .. Won.. Lost.. Pct.. G Totals 52 24-34 128 Totals 44 26-34 114 The first two finishers carried rc ,,,,, 8 vow... --,, -- into trouble and failed to recov-. Boston 13 8 .619 West Division ' er. 7 ' MIAMI (AP) - Seattle's Wil- NV! Y,70.715 rmiadelpnia '.::j0 11 :4 12 9 571 1 Cincin 11 nati 76 3 Cleveland 27 27 25 35-114 0 pounds each, 25 36 31 36-128 "- the next two .0,- s-."--- 1 "fifAdiAlYtRi. 1,A I 4,4rVMS,SiaLtPire . , Hershey . 12 3 r 3' 27 78 49 fi-aordia- , , the fBuffalo . .,12 , . Cleveland ' 8 7 5 21 73 66. - - ) Mg" 1 . ., itotal foulsCincinnati cincinnati 7 9 6 20 74 89 , , ; . , . .,.. Mac McLendon .71-67-138 round of the North American Central Division 30, Cleveland 28. In gaining his first stakes vie- A-6,219 1,---- TT itn,.. rnt,,.. 1111,4 11.t Richmond . .F.1 ?. ? m .,1 1? i. . ggemski. v ,....,.., , , Obscure Mac McLendon Takes Heritage Golf Lead Nicklaus Two Back HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP).. Mac McLendon, an obscure, straggling tour regular, fired a four-under4par 67 and vaulted into the second round lead in the Heritage Golf Classic Friday but Jack Nicklaus remained in contention two strokes back. - McLendon, who doesn't rank among the top 100 money winners this- season, had a 36 hole total of 138, four under par on , the tight, demanding Harbour Town Golf Links. Big Bob Lunn, who abandoned a crash diet and attributed improved play to some regained weight, was just one stroke back with a 68 for 139. Then it was the feared and fearsome Nicklaus, who put together a 69 on the 6,655 yard oceanside layout he helped con-strut and was just two back at 140.. 4 ' - Knudson Hot He wai tied at that figure with George Knudson and Bob Smith. Knudson, a curly-haired veteran who recently dropped back into the ranks of the Monday qualifiers, had the hest;, round of the cool, sunny daya 66. Smith had a 70. Hale Irwin, the first round leader who slipped to a 73 for 141, was the only other man under Par after two trips over the course most of the pros call the toughest they play all year. Arnold Palmer ran into some putting troubleshe missed six times from, 10 feet or less on his front nineand had a 74 for 143, five behind. Lee Trevino, the season's' record-setting leading money winner and the PGA player of the year, rallied from a fat 78 to a 71, putting him comfortably under, the cut for the last two rounds but 11 strokes back of the 26-year-old McLendon. "I'm real proud of myself," said .McLendon, who has won only .817,002 this season and hasn't played in the last two months., ; Chipper Start The. lanky, 6-foot-2 McLendon got off to a, fantastic start, chipping in on the first hole, scoring an eagle two on the second and going four under par on the first four holes. "On a course like this, after a start. like that, it's pretty difficult not to play it conservatively the rest of the way,!' said McLendon, who played the last 14 holes in regulation figures. He chipped in from 20 feet for a birdie on the first hole, parred the second, holed a 125 yard and wedge shot for an eagle on the third and laced an iron to within 312 feet on the fourth. He matched two more birdies-with as many bogeys on the backside. Palmer had three simes on his card, including a double bogey on the 13th, where he drove into trouble and failed to recover. 7 Heritage Leaders Mac McLendon 71.67-138 Bob Llinn 71-68-139 George Knudson 74-66-140 Bob Smith 70.70-140 Jack Nicklaus 71-69-140 Hale Irwin 68.73-141 Arnold Parer 69.74-1,43 Rod Curl 7073-143 Frank Bea d ' 75-68-143 Ga9 Brewer 74.69-143 Deane Boman 71.73-144 1 .71-67-138 .71-613-139 .74-66-140 .70-70-140 .71-69-140 .68.73-141 69-74-1,43 .70-73-143 75-68-143 .74-69-143 71-73-144 76-613-144 Larry Zipcopt . 766B-144 Dow Finsfewald 73-71-144 Doug Sanders . 14-71-145 Dick lot7 , 73-72-145 Dave Eicheloerger 69-76-145 Homer 13 lances 72.73-145 Laaaard -Thompson 71-74-145 Lou Graham 't 71-75-146 Don January 73-73-146 L-a le Douglass 15-11-146 Randy Wolff O. 76-70-146 Jack Montgomery t 75-71-146 Dave Marr 76-70-146 Bob Murphy 74-73-147 Bobby Mitchell 13-74-147 Grier Jonas 76-71-147 Terry Dill , , 73-74-147 , Ron Cerrudo 14-73-147 Charles Cooly 75-12-147 Billy Maxwell 7275-147 Lionel Hebert 74-73-147 tarry Wood 73-14-147 Tom Aaron 75-73-148 Phil Rodgers 74-74-148 Howie . Johnson 75-73-148 P elPh Johnston 75-13-148 Ted Hayes 74-74-148 DeWitt Weaver 7474-148 Den Sikes 18-70-148 Chris Blocker 76-73-149 Bob Goa lby 74-15-149 Lee Trevino 78-71-149 Randy Glover 75-74-1 49 x-Jim t Simons 77-71-149 Don Massengale 75-74-149 George . Archer 75-74-140 Gardner Dickinson 74-75-149 Pont's,. Greenwood 76-73-149 DON 11 ES 76-13-149 George Johnson 75-75-1513 Joel Goldstrand 78-72-150 Bert Yancey 77-73-150 Chuck Courtney 74-76-150 Gene 'Ferrell , .17-14.151 Rocky r Thompson - 76-75-151 , John Miller ' 87-74-151 Tom Weiskont 75-70-151 Steve Snray 75-76-151 Pold Deming 72.79151 H erg Hooner 77.74-131 Julius Barns 75-76-151 Hubert Green 74-17-151 Labron Harris 74-78-151 Tom Shaw 75-77-152 Pots Stone 76-70-1 52 BABE HISKEY 76-76-152 Pubby. Allin 78-74-152 Jim Jamieson 78.74-152 Lenny , Wadk ins - 75-77-152 e-Jim 'Simons , ... .. . , 77-71-1,I9 FAILED TO QUALIFYRod Funseth, 77-76-153; Kermit Zarley, 82-78-158. Sifford Shares Sea Pines Lead HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) Charles Sifford, a 49-year-old veteran, fired a course record 64, eight-underpar, and advanced to a share of the third round lead in the $30,- 000 Sea Pines Open golf tournament Friday. Sifford had a 54-hole total of 207 and was tied at that figure with Paul Moran in this event that is being played as a satellite tournament to the $110,000 Heritage Classic. HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC CAP) Leading sCorers Friday In the third round of the $30000 Sea Pines Open golf tournamnet on the 6,800-yard, par-72 Sea Pines PInnintiOn course: Charles Sifford 7043-64-207 Paul Moran 66-6744-208 Jim Dent 6843-68-209 Peter Townsend 72-73-67-212 Dick Phvan 80-73-69-212 DPan Refram 77-69-71-212 Pnss RAM'S All 70-7340-213 Merry Bannerman 74-69-70-213 Larry White 71-71-71-213 Dwight Nevil 69-7242-213 Mike Beasnr 6940-74-213 Tom Watson 71-69-73-213 David Graham 71-7241-214 pen Kern 6944-71-214 Dnn Iverson 71-71-72-214 Forrest Fezlee 69-71-74-214 vs ow Puy I , nst.e, 12.ellif IF I I I lit - I rtrel 'r Pat Rti RI Ow3.7:-.. 1.11111 11 I 1111 , Jack montoomerv ... ...... ,.5.1....146 I t )IV MD1C course. A. A ItAt2,7 AtuotAA.3 I L'414.5u. -- I if 41 Cr IITY dill" I uer'ver O r.r.9q. 4 - II I I I I IJ miutiir III III I, I I Dave Marr 7a-70-1.4.a. " naltimnr. ii tlanta Inc I !coal IcysvorTiano 71, muwauxee v 1 duct a a LI (IL I lux 1 Phoenix 4, 5aitLaxa) I I 111-dcuT.',I7.,F III I .1 I Bob MurobV 4! 1 Tr Ihri rnfirth 1 VA..; .i1;;;;;:;-: I PA nla r-7 uniy games scneueleu 11 1 1 : 111117C..,AnvI'.:,: I ti I I I Babb, Mittneit IJ14-141 - - Grier Jones 76.71-147 rs Cleveland 128, Cincinnati 114 --- Terry Dill , 73.74-147 47 Durward KnOWICS of the Ba- Chicago 121, Golden State 89 LAKERS. 132, PISTONS 113 1 D CENTRAL LEAGUE Pon Cerrudo 74'73-1 hamas finished third Friday, fol.- Milwaukee 120, Portland 105 Detroit 0 P T. Los Angeles outble Loss harine rnnyitt 7c-79--1 Al , Los Angeles 132,9etiyit 113 W T Pts GF GA Ti n. .4 9 47 I I P8.1188 7245-147 lowed by John Buchan ox eatue 1 vnly games acrleu I Rowt. 7 2-3 16 McMilin 3 1-1 7 I Tuise t V LL1 01 04 Lionel Hebert 74-3 7-147 I n rtri rnitnet WA muse Of West AMPRICAN7 AssnmATIONT 1 Pisgnaer -,s 1;12irsib 21 101 VANCOUVER, B.C. Gonza-19klahornr;Itt e City ' I7 7 2 16 60 69 I I I PL!-1.1UU1111 1 III I I I 7 R I IS AS AR S.C. (AP) Charles Sifford, a KOsyllWilat driur!,,07,7 lRet Yrk .2 rel., 29 23. 2 26 6 104 ackson 0 0-0 0 Thrmnd 3 4'6 1 :: . ' :: ' : '' :.::..: :. ' 49-year-old veteran, fired a 11;14a.p,4100. 4.1Aullaih 1C011 H 4 :ir 1t 6.80, 4.40; '-'--- -- 3 - - - ... --- ' ' 0 --" " .,.,----, , ,-, ,,,, Boston 17..26..24..22 89 Cartr 7 3-4 17 Mullins 7 64 20 ,,::::::-:::,s,-:-.;:::- : ::: ::' Greer 2 4-5 8 Willms 4 1-2 9 :,:-::,:::,::' . ..:.' GET THE SPIRIT course record 64, eight-under- SEVENTH 6 fUriOnaS. British Jack Fouled outBoston, Chaney. Lohl .5 0-1 10 Barnett 1 6-6 8 :.:;f:::::-:-':: :.::::::-: ' :: " . Foster 12 44 28 Jones 28.00 11.60, 6.60; Chazzar 8 40, 4.80; Royal Totals foulsNew York 20, Boston 26 . 1 0-0 2 ::: ':: KEN KIMBROUGH'S UNION 76 par, and advanced to a share of Khalwar 5.60. Time-1:10 3-5, 7 A-15,315. Awtrey 5 3-4 13 Ellis 8 1-1 17 .-V ... 24 Hours the third round lead in the $30,- 8.,FOI,G4H2TO,H2.10-: gtArir Hight On t as.14071-V- Rune BULLS 121, WARRIORS 89 Portman 0 2-2 2 : ., '':::. :; 2 Locations Turner 2 2-2 6 0:: :-:, ..:, . FRANCIS A WALL 2ND A WALNUT 000 Sea Pines Open golf tourna- 2.6o. Time-1:10 1-5. Bartime 0 1-1 1 ..' :::,::,'. Ninth 114 miles. Ballyrandet, 6.80 Golden State Chicago , ::'"' . (IA 6-3117) (MA 4.2900) ment Friday. " 4 80, 3.40. Gebomo, 7 00, 4.20. Mighty G It T 0 P I Totals 43 26-31 112 Totals 40 31-41 111 ir:1,1arc 4'iliri Time ..a. I-? ?It S 1,o lel-51,220,262. Williams .5 5-6 15 VanLier 3 0-0 10 Philadelph Sfford had a 54-hole total of Zt ia 26 29 33 24-112 , Mulsin ..7 5-5 19 Sloan ...6 6-7 18 Golden State .... 34 18 23 34-111 207 and was tied at that figure Russell 1 3-5 17 Weiss .. 3 2-2 8 Turner ,.2 2-3 6 Love Al 5-6 27 Fouled out Philadelohla, Cunning- . with Paid Moran in this event Lee 1 3-5 5 Ray ..... 2 4-6 8 ham, Bridges; Golden State, Ellis, Mul- , SNOW TIRE SALE that is being played as a satel- SKI.SNOW REPORT Portman .2 2-3 6 Welker .9 4-5 22 'ins. Ellis 4 0-0 11. pnrter ..4 1-1 9 Total, fouls Philadelphia 31, Golden i .2.,;-,,,, ,,..,.. wit Pa I 1 Help Stamp Out Sudden: Stops . , Atlanta's Pete Maravich grimmaces Maravich and Clark hit ,the Tree throw as he scales the back of Baltimore for one of his career high 40 points as guard Archie Clark in their NBA game the Bulets won 115-108. (Associated 1 Friday afternoon. A foul was called on Press Wirephoto) , Buchan Wins Star Race; Bruder First MIAMI (AP) Seattle's William Buchan won the fourth round of the North American Star Class Sailing Championships Friday, but Joerg Bruder's seventh-place finish. gave the Brazilian the overall lead going into the final race Saturday. Second in Friday's race was Bead Buggies of Miami, who lay 22nd in the 50-boat fleet at the first mark but came charging up when the wind shifted on the final legs of the 10-mile Olympic course. John Fourth Durward Knowles of the Bahamas finished third Friday, followed by John Buchan of Seattle and Eckart Wagner of West Germany. In the overall standings, Bruder leads by virtue of first, third and two seventh-place finishes in four days of racing. Others in the top five and their finishing positions are: James "Ding" Schoonmaker, Miami, who finished 3-1-5-12; Buggies, 6-2-14-2; William Buchan, 5-8-19-1, and John Jennings, St. Petersburg, Fla., 10-7-1-16. More than 50 sailors from nine countries are taking part in the championships on Biscayne Bay,, BAY MEADOWS Cloudy and Fast FIRST 6 furlongs. Gold Bridge 33 O. 15.60, 7.80; Cherokee Red 9.60, 6.80; Proud Revelry 5.80. Time-1:12. SECOND 6 furlongs. Shoe Blue 6.60, 4,00, 2.00; Johnny Eagle 380, 3.00; Flying Pennant .340. Time-1:10 4-5. THIRDI mile. Queen's Hustler 5.60, 4.00, 3.00; Promolito $.80, 3.80; The Gandy Dancer 3.60. Time-1:37. FOURTH -- 1 mile. Adacia 6.80; 4.60, 3.40; Manaha 20.40, 9.20; Terrandancer 4.40; Time-1:37 FIFTH 6 furlongs. Hy Pirnie 10.60, 5.60, 3.20; Hurry On Home 8.80, 5.20 Royal Blast 2.80. Time-1:11 4-5. SIXTH 6 furlongs. Be Exact 48.-20, 14.60, 7.00; Rullah Quest 6.80, 4.40; Harri- gan 4.00. Time-1:10 4-5. SEVENTH 6 furlongs. British Jack 28.00 11.60, 6.60; Chazzar 8.40, 4.80; Royal Khalwar 5.60. Time-1:10 3-5. EIGHTH 6 furlongs. Ratty Rune 8.40, 4.20, 2.80: SUM 6.80, 3.40; Hight On 2.60. Time-1:10 1-5. Ninth 1,4 miles. Ballyragget, 6.80, 4 80, 3.40. Gebomo, 7.00, 4.20. Mighty Pharaoh, 11.80. Time 2:04 1-5. Attendance 11,012. Handle 61,220,262. SKI.SNOW REPORT CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN Overcast and 32 degrees. Five inches new snow and 35-inch total In Green Valley. MT. BAKER Overcast and 30 degrees. Seven inches new snow for 75-inch total. PARADISE Snowing lightly. Eight Inches new snow end 62-inch total, SKl ACRES Snowing lightly and 27 degrees. Seven Inches new snow, total 20 inches. SNOQUALMIE SUMMIT Overcast and 30 degrees. Three inches new snow for 24-inch total. STEVENS PASS Snow flurries amd 24 degrees. Four inches new snow. Total snow depth at the top-47 Inches, 30 at the lodge. WHITE PASS Snowing and 28 degrees. Six Inches new for 21-inch base. ANTHONY LAKES Snowing and 24 decrees. Four inches new snow for 26- inch total. .j S . ..- ."' . : . PRO BASKETBALL NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Atlantic Division Won..Lost..Pct... Boston 13 8 .619 New York 12 9 .511 Philadelphia 10 11 .476 Buffalo 8 12 .400 G 7 3 4V2 . Central Division Baltimore 9 12 .429 Cincinnati 7 11 .380 Cleveland 6 14 .300 Atlanta 5 14 .263 Midwest Division 12 212 3 Milwaukee 20 3 .870 Chicago 14 5 .737 Phoenot 9 11 .450 Detroit 9 12 .429 Pacific Division Los Angeles 19 3 .FIAA Seattle 13 8 .619 Golden State 14 9 .609 Houston 5 17 .227 Portland 3 17 .150 Friday's Results Baltimore 118, Atlanta 105 New York 104, Boston 89 - Cleveland 128, Cincinnati 114 Chicago 121, Golden State 89 Milwaukee 120, Portland 105 Los Angeles 132, Detroit 113 Only games scheduled 9,72 10 .M4 - .6i9 .609 .221. 1 MO 1 5,2 51,2 4 5 A3IERICAN ASSOCIATION Friday's Results Dallas 106, New York 101 Indiana 110, Denver 96 Utah 124, Carolina 115 Floridians 106, Memphis 104 Only games scqeduled NBA Boxes BULLETS 118, HAWKS 105 Atlanta Baltimore Adams ..2 8-1212 Chenier 9 0-2 18 Be limy 9 3-3 21 Clark 1510-11 40 EritiriLs3tri41 11 Etorvisecol (21 11:21 Hudson .8 5-8 21 Mann ..12 2-2 26 Marvich .5 1-2 11 Murray 3 0-0 6 May .3 1-1 7 Rina idi .0 0-0 0 Siegfrld 0 0-0 0 Sta 11w1 .7 2,3 16 Washlon P.1 33 23 Unsaid 0 0-0 0 Zeller ...0 0-0 0 Totals 41 23-32105 Totals 51 16-21118 Baltimore 28 34 25 31-118 Atlanta 24 25 22 34-105 Fouled outnone. Tl;l ...; 'lill IS rRowe : . ' I4 11:1 ; Total foulsBaltimore 24, Atlanta 17. aor , A-6,799. VArsdle 5 2-4 12 Walker 6 3-3 15 Walk .-. 9 2-2 20 Wilson ..2 0-2 4 l . KNICKS 19 Wetze 0 1-3 1 4, CELTICS 89 . New York . . stets 53 14-27 1-n Totals 42 19-29 103 0 F.. - ... G F.. T Detroit 25 24 24 30-10-3 bBschre 9 5-6 23 havicek 10 8-8 28 Phoenix . 29 31 33 29-122 Bradley 5 2-4 12 Kubrski 0 0-0 0 Fouled outNone. Lucas 10 4-10 24 Cowens 5 0-4 10 Total foulsDetroit 23, Phoenix 23- Frazier 6 13-16 25 White 12 2-2 26 AA-7,846. Barnett 7 2-3 16 Chaney 4 3-3 11 Monroe 2 0-0 4- Williams 2 0-0 4 Racklev 0 0-0 0 Sanders . 1 0-0 2 'TORS 112, WARRIORS 111 Jackson 0 0-0 0 Nelson 1 641 8 PHILADELPHlA GOLDEN STATE Miles 0 0-0 0 0 F.. T G F I ------ ridges 6 9-10 21 Lee 2 3-7 7 Totals 3 92639 104 Totals 35 19-23 89 Cunham 6 3-3 15 Russell 12 5-6 29 New York 29-2326 26-104 Jackson 0 0-0 0 Thrmnd 3 46 10 Boston 17..26..24..22 89 Cartr 7 3-4 17 Mullins 7 64 20 Greer 2 4-5 8 Willms I 1-2 9 Fouled outBoston, Chaney. Lohl .5 0-1 10 Barnett 1 6-6 1 Totals foulsNew York 20, Boston 26. Foster 12 44 28 Jones 1 0-0 2 A-15,315. Awirev 5 3-4 13 Ellis (I 1-1 11 BULLS 121, WARRIORS 89 Golden State G T Chicago I Williams .5 5-6 15 1anLier 5 0-0 10 Mulsin 7 5-5 19 Sloan ...6 6-7 18 Russell 7 3-5 17 Weiss 3 2-2 8 Turner , 2 2-3 6 Love ...11 5-6 27 Lee 1 3-5 5 Ray ..... 2 4-6 Portman .2 2-3 6 Walker .9 4-5 22 Bilis 0-0 8 Porter ..4 1-1 9 Barnett .2 0-0 4 King ....3 2-2 8 Allison 1 1-2 3 Collins ..1 0-0 2 Bartime 1 0-0 2 McIntsh 0 1-1 1 Jones 2 0-0 4 Totals .34 21.29 89 Totals 47 27.34 121 Golden State 33 19 16 89 Chicago 29 30 27 35-121 Fouled outGolden State, Turner Total foulsGolden State 23, Chicago 24, A-16,141. CAN'S 128, ROYALS Cleveland Cincinnati OF I OF I Smith 6 6.6 IR Wilms 4 2-3 10 Johnson .7 .5-5 19 McGrgr 2 0-0 4 Roberson 3 3 4 9 Fox 5-7 33 Beard 7 3-7 17 Guokas 4 2-4 10 Carr .12 6-7 30 Archibld 11 11-12 33 Wesley 8 1-5 17 Green 2-4 6 Sorensn .7 0-0 14 Lacey ...4 I-1 9 , Davis ; 2 0-0 I Mendelt .3 3-3 9 Washton .0 0-0 0 Catlett ..0 0-0 0 Riciale ..0 0-0 0 Patersn .0 0-0 0 Totals 52 2434 128 Totals 44 26-34 114 Cincinnati 27 27 25 35-114 Cleveland 253 31.36-128 Fouled outCleveland, Roberson itotal foulsCincinnati 30, Cleveland 28. A-6,219 BUCKS 120, BLAZERS 105 Milwaukee Portland OP T 15 Wicks 13 4-8 30 21 Steele 0 0-0 0 33 BSmith .6 3-6 15 15 McKnzie 3 1-2 7 9 Adelmn ,3 2-2 8 15 Yelvion 5 1-2 11 0 Schuletr 3 1-3 7 8 McCarter 3 22 10 4 Marsh ..1 0-0 2 O. Knioht A 2-3 10 0 Grecor ..3 11 1 D5mith 6 3-4 bench-in 10 1-3 Jabbar .15 3-4 Allen ...7 1-2 Roortsn .4 1-1 Block 4 7-7 Dinwide 0 0-0 Kimball .3 2-3 Lowery 1 2-2 Nelcon ; 0 0-0 Webb 0 0-0 Totals 50 20-26 120 Totals 4417.2 10$ Portland 19 27 29 30-105 Milwaukee 30 33 32 25-420 Fouled outNone Total foulsPortland 21, Milwaukee 21 A 10,744 LAKERS 132, PISTONS 113 Detroit Los Angeles OF T OFT Rowe 7 2-3 16 McMilin 3 1-1 7 Dischaer 5 7-8 17 Hairstn 4 2-3 10 Lanier 14 1-1 29 Chmeln 15 1-5 31 Walker 4 3-4 11 West 8 9-14 25' Komives I 4-6 6 Goodrih 12 0-0 24 Wilson 4 1-2 9 Robinsn 4 1-1 9 Marlatt 3 5-6 11 Riley 5 1-2 11 Hewitt 0 1-2 1 Trapp 3 3-4 9 Muelr 2 0-0 4 Ellis 1 0-0 2 Quick 4 1-1 9 Clemons 1 2-2 4 Totals 4125-33 113 Totals 56 20-32 132 Detroit 30 n 26 35-113, Los Angeles 34 31 34 33-132 Fouled outnone. Total foulsDetroit 22, Los Angeles 22. Technical foulsDetroit, Walker. A-17,101. Thursday Night SUNS 123, PISTONS 103 PHOENIX DETROIT O F T Counts , 4 2-2 10 Dischgr .4 1-2 9 rr ;les" 3 8:8 : .3 33 11 raV''ns 1 14:24 18 k,telar tt Layton .10 1-2 21 Mueller 3 0-1 6 Moore 1 0-0 2 Norwood 6 3.5 15 Sites . " .9 ' TyIor , 0 8:3 8 1 :' 4 1:1 .41 Mnrsdle 5 2-4 12 Walker 6 3-3 15 Walk 9 2-2 20 Wilson 2 0-2 4 Wetzel 0 1-3 1 PHILADELPHIA 0 F.. Orli:It:les 6 9-10 Cunham 6 3-3 Jackson 0 0-0 Cartr 7 3-4 Greer 2 4-5 Loh! S 0-1 Foster 12 44 Awtrey 5 3-4 GOLDEN 21 Lee 15 Russell Thrmnd 11 Mullins 8 Willms 10 Barnett 28 Jones 13 Ellis Portman Turner Bartime STATE G F T 2 3-7 7 12 5-6 29 3 46 10 7 64 20 1-2 9 1 6-6 8 1 0-0 2 1-1 17 0 2-2 2 2 2-2 6 0 11 1 Totals 43 26-31 112 Totals 40 31-41 111 Philadelphia 26 29 33 24-112 Golden State 34 18 23 34-111 Fouled out Philadelphia, cunning-ham, Bridges; Golden Stale, Ellis, Mullins. Total fouls Philadelphia 31, Golden State 30. A 4,346. LAKERS139, SON1CS 115 Los Angeles Beattie P T GF T Chmbin 7 3-5 17 Brown 4 3-3 11 Clemons 2 3-6 6 Clemens 7 0-0 14 Ellis 2 1-2 5 Cross 4 1-2 9 Goodrich 8 2-3 18 Ford 0 4-5 4 Hairsin .6 2-2 14 Haywood 10 4-4 24 ITVyllan Kolis lg Rohinsn 7 0-0 14 Snymdith 1)--0 10 TrAon 0 0-0 0 Wilkens 4 3-4 11 West 11 4-6 26 Winfield 5 3-3 13 Totals 5-9-21-28 1T9 Totals 44 27-32 1151 Los Angeles 33 28 39 39-139 Seattle 21 28 24 42-115 Fouled outnone. Total foulsLos Anneles 21, Seattle 23. A-13,170. Laze lle Tops High School Score List TACOMA (AP) Polling up the fourth most productive point total during the dozen years for which records have been kept, Ye Im halfback Keith Laze lle has won the 1971 state high school football scoring championship. The senior speed merchant, who three times notched five touchdowns in a single game, finished the season with 182 points in nine contests. Wh a t ts most remarkable, Ye lm was shut out once. Another first was recorded when the bottom man in the top ten this fall wound up with more points than in any previous season of the 12 which have been tabulated. Scoring Leaders . TO PAT IP Keith Lamile, Yelm 27 10 1R2 Jeff Hann,sh, Ferndale 22 11 IS4 Dave Komar, Burlington 22 1 134 Daryl Stoker, Connell IR 10 12$ Randy Carberry, Sultan 19 9 123 Toby Hatley, Colfax 18 6 170 Doug Wilson, Bethel 17 II 119 Brad Graybille, WoodweV 11 11 115 Dick Waldman, Zillah 17 5 112 Geo. Sutherland, Pt. Townsend 16 0 112 Faulty Fire Equipment Killed Driver TONBRIDGE, England (AP) Jo Siffert, the Swiss driver killed in an auto race at Brands Hatch, England Oct. 24, died accidentally, a coroner's inquest ruled Friday. The 35-year-old racing star died in the flaming wreckage of his BRIVI on the 14th lap of a race held to celebrate Jackie Stewart's world championship victory. Big question at the inquest was whether Siffert could have been pulled from the wreckage alive if fire extinguishers had worked properly. Fire marshall Barry Foot of Southampton testified, "None of the three extinguishers we had operated properly." Foot said he thought that if the extinguishers had worked, the flames of Siffert's ear would have been out within 10 seconds. Pathologist Dr. Keith Randall told the inquest Siffert died within a minute, from suffocation. "If there had been no fire, be would not have died," said Dr. Randall. 'Mint' Wins Major Race at Aqueduct NEW YORK (AP) Paul Mellon's favored Key To The Mint made a big run in the final eighth of a mile Friday and won the $35,950 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct Friday by half a length over Determined Cosmic. Traffic Cop was third in the mile race for 2-year-olds, three legnths ahead of Explodent The first two finishers carried 119 pounds each, the next two 117 apiece. In gaining his first stakes victory, Key To The Mint, a half brother to Fort Marcy, 1970 Horse of the Year, ran the distance in 1:36 3-5 under Braulio Baeza. Key To The Mint paid $3.60, $3 and $2.60 to his backers in the crowd of 29,537. Determined Cosmic returned $10.60 and $6.40, and Traffic Cop was $4 to show. Zags Stiffer Double, Loss VANCOUVER, B.C. Gonzaga's 'hockey team lost a 10-2 decision to Simon Fraser Friday and also lost Ken Lupel, one of its best players. Lupel reinkired an ankle and is expected to miss at least a week. The Bulldogs took the opening lead on a goal by Gary McBride, but the Clansmen got three goals from Murray Wilcox and coasted to the win. Gary Hinton scored Gonzaga's other goal. The Bulldogs, down to two lines, play the British Columbia Institute of Technology today. CAGE SCORES Lower Colubmia 74, Seattle Central 61 Yakima 84, Edmonds 77 Tacoma 99, Central Oregon 74 Peninsula 97, Everett 76 Skagit Valley 77, High line 76 Spokane 92, Spokane Falls 82 GRID RESULTS NATA Semifinals Livinesten, Ala., 25, West Liberty, W. Va., 2 UNION 70 Sports Oval Snows 50 OFF 2nd , Tire t Ab. Jets Face San Francisco; Joe Namath Might Appear Associated Press Joe Namath won't be In any playoffs this season but he could be involved in a big game Sundaya big one for the San Francisco 49ers. Namath might return to action for the first time since being injured in pre-season play when the Jets, 4-6, play , host to the 49ers who could take over first place in the Western Division of the National Football League's National Conference. San Francisco has a 6-4 record compared to a 6-4-1 mark for Los Angeles which lost 28-21 to Dallas Thursday. In other Sunday games, Atlanta, 5-4-1, is at Minnestta, 8- 2-0; Washington. 6-3-1, at Philadelphia, 361; Baltimore, 7-3-0, at Ok land, 7-1-2; Cleveland. 5-5- 0, at Houston, 1-8-1; Denver, 2- 7-1; at Pittsburgh, 5-5-0; San Diego, 4-6-0, at Cincinnati, 3-7- 0; New Orleans, 3-5-2, vs Green Bay, 3-6-1, at Milwaukee; New England, 4-6-0, at Buffalo, 0-10- 0, and St. Louis, 3-7-0, at New York Giants, 4-6-0. Monday night's nationally televised game has Chicago 6- 4-0, at Miami, 8-1-1. Jets Hurting San Francisco will be trying to snap a two-game losing streak against aw,injury-plagued Jet team that upset Kansas City and narrowly missed upsetting Baltimore. "I want to play and play if I can do the job," Namath said of his status for the game. Weather conditions will play an important part in Namath's decision to play. Atlanta would stay right in the thick of the National West race with the 49ers and Los Angeles by beating Minnesota which needs a victory to move 112 games ahead of Detrtit in the National Central. Detroit beat Kansas City 32-21 Thursday. Atlanta will be counting on Bob Berry's passing a good running attack against the NFL's toughest defense. ' PROFESSIONAL 110 CKEY NATIONAL LEAGUE ' East Division W L T Pts. GP GA New York 14 2 4 32 98 46 Boston 15 5 1 31 El 43 Montreal 12 2 6 30 78 44 Toronto 8 6 7 73 58 60 Detroit 5 12 4 14 53 78 Vancouver 5 14 4 14 51 76 Butta10 4 12 5 13 60 82 West Division mintleota 15 4 3- 11 6$ 36 1 Chicago 15 5 1 31 67 36 Philadelphia 7 10 4 18 47 64 Pittsburoh 8 13 2 18 6 68 California 7 13 3 17 74 101 St. Louis 6 12 3 15 55 70 Los Angeles 5 16 1 11 46 91 Friday's Results Minnesota 2, California 1 Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division w L 1" Pts GF GA ROOM 14 2 2 30 74 37 Nova Scotia 10 7 3 23 72 58 1 Springfield 9 6 4 22 69 60, Rochester 8 11 3 19 63 83! Providence 5 11 '5 15 70 81 West Division Hershey 12 3 3' 27 78 49 Cleveland , 8 7 5 21 73 66 Cincinnati 7 9 6 20 74 89' Richmond 9 2 18 46 49 Baltimore 6 12 4 16 59 76 Tidewater 3 13 3 9 42 73 ; - Friday's Results Richmond 4, Cincinnati 2 Baltimore 6, Springfield 3 Only games scheduled WESTERN LEAGUE W L I Pts GP GA 1 Denver 13 4 1 27 M 44' Phoenix 11 6 2 24 74 48 San Diego 10 6 1 21 61 49 Portland 7 9 1 15 M 613i Salt Lake 7 10 1 15 57 641 Seattle 2 15 0 4 30 82 Friday's Results ' Denver 6, Portland 3 Phoenix 4, Salt Lake 1 Only games scheduled - CENTRAL LEAGUE ' W L T Pts GF GA Dallas 11 a 3 25 63 47 Tulsa 10 7 0 20 61 54 Oklahoma City 7 7 2 16 60 69 Kansas City 7 .8 1 15 55 48, Omaha 6 10 2 14 48 611 Fort Worth 5 11 2 12 49 69 Friday's Results Oklahoma City 3, Omaha 1 Only game scheduled. - EASTERN LEAGUE Friday's Results 1 Charlotte 14, Jacksonville 0 Clinton 5, Long island 5, tie New Haven 4, New Jersey 3 1 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE I Friday's Results Dayton 4, Toledo 3 GET THE SPIRIT DO M 0 MI AiedVIRIA OPEN SUNDAY 2;51 TR. 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Baltimore will take its strong running game and rugged defense into Oakland, needing a victory to stay in the American East race with Miami, which leads the Colts by 112 games and is favored to make Chicago its eighth straight victim Monday night. , Oakland, led by the passing combination of Daryle La monica and Fred .Belitnikof, has a chance to open a 112-game margin over Kansas City in the American West. Leroy Vital Cleveland, tied with Pittsburgh for the American Central lead, once again will count on the rushing of Leroy Kelly when the Browns meet Houston. Kelly helped in the victory over New England last Sunday that snapped a four-game losing streak. ' Pittsburgh will take the passing of Terry Bradshaw and its home-field magic into its game with Denver. The Steelers are VaiLL'HIEV PEEHEI3 1 mil ' ,.7?uretitt mripp nio-imincoom- will iriam Iwo!, wade smemagonmstu ab ui" 111 11111Minpirar-1 Zorob.-1,,,imasarc - NEEMII:1111:2111 . . v ab. 111" ES.' ""'" 111161sof I2. 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