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GradMcr feds his sudden rise in pRKninence at the toiir-.___ , , nament-bccaiBe of the with.iO »?«».*«S^. draval of' son-eibowed Artiiurl Aslie-^is a bedniva way to iiecome Uie favorite" bat be is hxddnx at tbe compeiitioa witb liish bi^ies of winning it. "I like tbe draw I sot. which shouldn't give me a reaOy tough match until tbe semi-.Enals, when f should be playing Stan Smith." Graebner said Moaday. LgSdle. Purdue move up in coge ratings NEW YORK (UPI> — LaSaDe the top four pUces remained to be beard, nncbangcd from a week agi even if the NCAA isn't listcnmg. North CaroUna. beaten only Tbe Explorers, placed on aiooee in 18 games, held second] two-year protwtion by thefpUce with 300 poinU while NCAA prior to the season for | undefeated SanU Clara (204) basketball violations, are forbidden to participate in post-season toomaments the nest two| seasons, but it hasn't deterred tbem from winning. chmg to third and Kentucky to] fourth. Tbe remainder of the top loj underwent a transformation with the advent of Purdue on , Under firstyear coadi T»mi"»e ^ John's and after he routed 12-time Hunga-|GoU's expert guidance, the exchanged places. ilan champ Istvan Gulyas M, 62 in less than 30 mmutes. Cliff Ricbey. seeded fourth Explorers have pasted an 18-1 ^"f" Redmen dropping to record through games ofjsixth "«w »e «> ""V^, Saturday. Feb. 8. They are|8ame to Villanova and the] among (he Americans entered ;eu ,„bin- rapidly in the weekly | WW gaining fifth on the in the tournament, easily |u „i t^d Press IntemaUonal!strength of three victories. disposed of three-time Greek champion Nicky Kalo 6-1. 6-2 Monday to advance. He kMked especially good in exchanges where he couU do a lot of Board of Coaches ratings. The 3S-member board, whidi hestated several weeks before Illinois, eighth a week ago, won its only game of the week but was forced to mnth to make room for LaSalle and Purdue, top 10, moved them up two ,. ,nih Places to the No. 7 sp^ thj, «<> 10th. nmninB. Graebner is matched today! - ... . .. against Heri> FiUGibbon of wsek after LaSalle tumedm its Garden City. N.Y.: Ricbey is most satisfymg game of th^f RMceboll WOTHS paired with Egyptian diampionyear Saturday night by dumprngj •^»«"^«" ~* highly rated ViOanova 74-67, Tbe rise of the Explorers was overshadowed only by that of Purdue, which climbed four player who turned back nmth-i places hito the No. 8 spot this Ismaa El Shafei. Tbe apparent darkhorse in tbe tourney is Jan Kukal of Czechoslovakia, an unseeded ranked U.S. player Jim McMa nu5 6-2, 84 Monday. He meets ZO-year-oM Brian Fairlie of New Zealand, the No. 3 fordgn seed, today. In other matches today, the third domestic seed. Smith, plays Pancho Guzman of Equador: the fourth foreign seed, Toiben Ulrich of Den mark, meets Tommy Moztir of Sweetwater, Tenn.; the No. 1 foreign seed. Tbomaz Koch, plays Zan Guerry of Chattanooga, Tenn.; and the No. 2 foreign seed, Marie Cox of England, plays Nikola Spear of Yugoslavia. COx beat Tom Leonard of Arcadia. Calif.. 7-5. 104 and Fairiie defeated Bailey Brou-n of BronxviUe, N.Y., 6-4. 6-2 Monday. Those two, Graebner, and Ricbey were the only seeds to play on the first day of the seven-day tournament week after boosting its Big Ten conference record to C-0 with victories over nigged Iowa and Northwestern. As usual, the coaches voted unanimously in favor of UCLA as tbe nation's best team, and JoeyOriNDo injured in auto accident WOODLAND Hills, Calif. <UPI) — Young heavyweight Joey OrbQIo's plans for a comeback after two years of,contacts to settle pension issue NEW YORK (UPD-Repre -jCoun 'T- Distance men pidiedfor All-American NEW YORK (UPD -Artfanr CooUdge of Kent SUte and Lany Young of Lo« Angdet earned the rare distinction today of being named on the All-America sqnad. for long distance running and race walkmg in three separata events. The 1968 sdections. announced by the Amateur Athletic Umon's National Committee, cited Cooiidge in the 20- kilometer run, the 25-kUometer nm and the 30-kilometer run wbfle Young wns deagnated an AAU All-America in tile 30, 35 and 504dlometm race walking events. George Young, tiie 31-year-old school teacher from Casa Grande, Ariz., was sdected for the marathon on Uie long distance ranning team. Ron Laml of Pomona. Calif., was also a big winner on the honor squad, Uie California being selected in the one hour, mile. 15 and 20-kiIometer walks. Young, winner of the AAU 3,000-meter steeidediase and marathon titles last year, was named earlier to tiie AAU's All- America track squad. John Mason, another double AAU champion in 1968 who bails from Phillipsburg, Pa., and runs for Fort Hays State College in Kansas, was desig- inated .•Ul-Amcrica for cross- sentaUves of major baseball pbyers and league owners Other spots on the eight-man long distance squad went to Ted sought to move closer today tolCorbitt of New York m the 50 a sctUement of their disagree- miles run, Steve Mathews of ment over pension money-aiDenver m the 15-kilometer and dispute that threatens to delay iRob^ ^wes of Us Angeles m the start of spring training. the one-hour nm. Others named to the race Marvin Miller, executive. ... . „ r>™,u .. ,„ „, .,';.„ t »om». '"^U'lng team were Donald director of-the Major League,-^ ,„ ,__.,„ =_ BasebaU P»="»~ Denoon of Los Angdes m «ie said 'some progress was reached in the last meetmg on Friday, but many obstacles remain. "We're wt>rking as hard possible to bring about a setUemenl." Miller said, players two miles and 25 kilometers, Ray Somers of Baltimore in 10- kilometers, Rudy Haluza of Riverside, CaHf., in 20 kilometers and Dave Romansky of ^^Philadelphia in the 40 kilome- " ters. Kings to close rood trip at Montreal MONTREAL (UPD-The Los Angeles Kings close out a three- game road trip tonight when they meet the Montreal Cana- diens of the East Division in a National Hockey League en counter. The Kings go mto the game with the Canadiens after having suffered a 5^ ddeat, Sunday by Uie Detroit Red Wings. Los Angeles has not beaten Hon treal this season and the Kings' record agamst the Stanley Cup winners is 0-3-1. The same teams met last Thursday on Los Angeles ice and Blonlreal scored a 4-2 victory, tallying all its goals in a second period splurge. Tbe Khigs return home after the Montreal encounter to prepare for an engagement Thursday against the New York Rangers and then take the road agahi for three more games. mflitary service were shattered loday--the result of a two-car c<41isioa in his hometown of Wilmington. OrbOlo had been scheduled to meet Joe Hemphill of Chicago tonight at Uie VaUey Music Center m a lO-round main event Instead Orbillo is hospitalized wiUi a possible concussion and a bead wound that required nine stitches to dose. His doctor The players have voted toi aj . refram from signing their 1969, nOmeSS HOrSO until owners contri- said Monday after the accident tiie fighter wouM be idle for 3060 days. Unddealed heavywdght Tony "Kid" Loogoria of Los Angeles was named to replace OrbiUo m UM fight Longoria boasU a 200-3 record with 18 knockouts and was considered the favorite. In his last fight Oct 22 he knocked out Cliff Williams at Beaumont. Tex., in the second round. Hemphill is a Chicago boxer who is known for his aggressive ring tactics. Orbillo wouM ia\t been making his first ring appearance in seven months undergomg surgery last summer to repair an injury in his Idt hand. WhQe m Uie service be dropped Uiree fights to top heavyweights Eddie Machen, Jerry Quarry and Amos Lm- coln. to bute more money players' benefit plan. Tbe parties had scheduled a meeting for Monday, but because of a snowstorm which paralyzed Uie New York City area, only Miller made it. Otiiers were eiUier snowbound or unable to fly mto Uie dty. the! breeder dies at age of 65 Heavyweights meet Feb. 18 in LA. ttie of STOCKTON ilTPl) Emmett Tassi, <»e of Wests largest breeders harness horses, died Monday following a lengthy iBness. He was 65. Tassi, operatoir of Tass Stock Farms at Manteca, Oakdale and Corcoran, Calif., had been I hospitalized suice last Septem- I ber wiien he suffered a cerebral I hemorrhage. His ccodition bad I been complicated by a fall. All trotters and pacers raised Tassi had tiieir names LOS ANGELES (UP1» "Scrap Iron" Johnson, of Los by Angeles, and Bob "Pretty Boy"lending in "Tass." He was a Fdstien, of Toronto. wiU meet m a lO-rouod heavyweight preliminary to the lightweight championship fight between Mando Ramos and Tco Cruz Feb. 18 at Uie Sports Arena. Promoter Aileen Eaton of the Olympic Boxing Club said Monday Fdstien is Uie No. — contender for George Chuvalo's after! Canadian heavyweight tiUe. Fdstien is 22-7 with 12 knockouts. Johnson is one of only two fighters to go 10 rounds five-stato heavyweight former director of district Uiree of Uie U. S. Trotting Assodation and had been prominent in California harness activities for more than 30 years. Funeral services were scheduled Thursday in Petaiuma, Calif. ORR TO RETURN BOSTON {UPI)-Defenseman Bobby Orr, who suffered an injury on Jan. 30 to a knee with i operated on twice last summer, Cham-1 may return to the Boston lineup pion Joe Frazier. Johnson lost 1 in 10 days, Bruin offidals said in a 10-round decision. 'Sunday. ly Frank O'Ntd 1^ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ly MERRILL ILOSSER UZOO, FTriATS A FLYWe SAUCER./ ircnSTAMLV ISMTGOiSd ON A STtZAieHTCOtJRSE/ - CAPTAIN EASY ly LtsKaTi rrs AN mttusre FIRST WIFE TOROSMV •AmL£$9 1 GET MY A«ET* OOrOFjii WHAT PVHE LEAVE STIKK»..REAL ESTATE. FIMUdf SBIL dUICKLV IlL TAKE A MS lOSSl BUT THE WONEy WOUU> Be SAFE M S>mS6 BANK ^l r r WOULD MOVE THBIEA Bn -nwwGHT Till THAT eOlPDieCER. I TfycE I ^^^^^^^XlL 5EE IF UHnKHA^ ASOUtnONt

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