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C Vf. HOCKEY BATTLE — Linesman Malcolm Ashford attempts to separate Ron Stewart of the New York Rangers and Dave Amadio of the Los Angeles Kings as they tussle on the ice after a fight broke out during the first period of the game last night in the Forum. Pairing off are Roger Fleming, 9, of the Rangei-s and Dale Rolfe, 6, of the Kmgs; Arnie Bro\vh, 4, of the Rangere and Gordon Labossiere, 12, of the Kings and Brad Park, 2 of the Rangers and Ted Levine, 15, of the Kings. The Kings won the game 4-3. (UPI Telephoto), Quarterfinals set today in indoor tennis Kings blast Rangers 4-1 in early surge scoring LB. State can clinch CCAA tie Racquet dub junors inQfe up ladders Tim RedUnds Bacquet Clvb jtauors compleied an extensive series of ladder chaUnses in last week's practice sessions and several beginaers advanced to ladder status. Holding ber top spot, Dana Lee def SaUy McCaU &3. In otherjYwUi matciies, Masgie Hales def Ondy Pratt M; Liz Good def Joanne BOlliardt 4-2; Kim Kanatani def Shelly Braver 4-2; Laurie Thomas def Dora Komura 2-1; Shauna Woods def Sandy Hicks 7-3; Patty West def Janine Melzer 4-1; Robin De- Rieux def Cathy Byrnes 7-1; and Barbie CcOty tied witii Dora Komura 2-2. Kenny Lee def Pete Davis 6-2; Martin Davis def John Rowe; Drew BeQc def Curtu Bdk; David CdOey def Cbris Byrnes 64; Robert Berger def Stevw Mosiman &3; Andy Bishop def Tom Pattison frO; Kenny Whitmer def Tim Riggins 6-2; and Kevin Mooney def Tim Riggins 5-2. Hie be^nners program 0^du- ated three girls to the Cope ladder, l^ese inchided Cathy Byrnes, Tracy Howland and Robin DeRieux. Also advanced among the boys were Norm De­ Rieux, Jim Berkovic and Tim Ormsby. These boys will now compete on the boys ladder at tlie University courts each Saturday. Instruction for beginners will continue on file high school courts each Saturday bam 9 to 11 a.m. Redlondt Doflr Fads Mdoy, Nbroory 14 m»— » All go six under par Seven golfers tie for lead In $100,000 Phoenix Open Arir. PHOENIX. and experince were matched today as seven golfers attempted to break a deadlock for the lead in the second round of file $100,000 Phoenix Open. lour (XIPI)—ihas been on the PGA ance 1930. had a 33-32. The younger golfers were more erratic but came through with some sensational spot 'performances including a 1969 Veterans Miller Barber, Billy j in-one by Wilcox. Maxwell and Dutch Harrison tied Thursday's first round to match the six-under-par 63s of young A downpour which drenched the course eariy Thursday failed to cool the torrid shooting sters John Jacobs, Terry:which saw 110 of the 153 pros Wilcox, Lee Elder and Larry 1 match or better par. Ziegler. Barber and. Maxwell had identical scares of 32-33 while the 58-year-<M Harrison, who seth, winner of the tournament over this Frank Beard, Hugh Royer, Paul Hamey and Jeny Barber. Another stroke bdiind wer« bde-jdefending champion Georg* iKnudson, Jim Wlcbers, Al Five hopefuls for the $20,000 first prize were tied for second place, one stroke behind tte leaders. They were Rod Fun- SPOfiTS Basketball roundup Just obout oil coost cage titles on line By United Pr«s International and St. Louis edged Philadel- It took tlie Los -Angeles Kings phia 2-1 in other National' just 21 seconds to black jack ii„.i..„ . o!,„„„ ,„,:„„ i SALISBURY. Md. (UP!)- the Ne^v York Rangers Tmrs-^^'^"^ , , J By United Press International Three members of the United day night "'^ Canadiens cUmbed to' Long Beach State, upset at States Davis Cup team continue. Bob Wall's lO-fooler past within four points of first placed Fresno State this week, cant their bid for individual honors; substitute goalie Gilles Ville-j Boston in the Eastern Division <^'i"<^'' ^ tie for the California today when they Uke part in! mure shortly after the opening with the help of Jacques' Collegiate Athletic AssociaUon the quarterfinals of the U.S. faceoff set the style for theiLemaire's two goals. Uniaire's;''as''etbaU title Saturday night Indoor tennis championships. Kings in their 4-1 victory over 121 goals are one short of hisl '^'^ ^9ers. who own an 8-1 Clark Graebner of New York, th eastern visitors. i entire output last season. Ralph i'*^Sue record and a 19-3 overall the second domestic seed, will The Rangers, who fave foundIBackstrom scored the other: "'•^''k following their 70-64 meet Ron Holmberg of Highland I it difficult winning on the Kings'; Montreal goal which helped 'St'bafk Wednesday night, are Falls. N.Y.. and Stan Smith of;ice. averted a shutout when Jim!snap Detinit's four-game win -i^' Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. Pasadena. Calif., the tliird Nelson beat rookie goaltender ning string. Bruce MacGregor' """^ t/imoht domestic seed, is pared againstj Gerry Desjardins with 4:11 loi tallied for the Red Wmgs. former champion Charlie Pa-.go in the game. I Second period goals by Ab sarell of Santurce, P.R. j Los Angeles had the game 1 McDonald and Jean Guy Tablot In CCAA games tonight. Valley SUte is at Oal Poly of Pomona, Los Angeles State is at Fullerton State and San Diego All but Holmberg were; wrapped up in the first 51=1 were enough t« push St. I.,uis SU.^^^ „rnh «rrnf thP American team minutes as Eddie Joyal scored!past PhUadelphia and increase "^fP°- ,. „ SM,„VI,„ „;aM S won th%avi^ C^ from;at 4:38 of the first period and;the Blues' first place lead over Other action Saturday mght Australia last December. [Gordon Labossicre tallied at|Oakland in the Western Division finds Fullerton State at Valley Cal Poly of Pomona at ' r ouartcrfinal 5"33 Ho„i: H^^^^^^^^^ -a -i; it 4^ t7 20 "^ints Al' sl ^eiy sVor ^d I ftate. C^ °' i/v.»,? ThIr^riav midw m the final period. the Flye.^' lone goal with 1:58^^^^ Angeles State and San were played Thursday,! .„„„^ r »o(,-«it ^ i lofi in th<. namo i Diego State at Fresno State. . u:f e „,.„,.;=o n-as' Montreal stopped Detroit 3-1: left m the game. n ;i,i .f,„ ,.,i,!-.v, The lu rnnlests and the big surprise was; Egyptian champion Ismael El; Shafci. who upset tli e .second i foreign seed, Mark Co.\ ofj England, 9-7. 6-4. In Saturday's semi-final. El Shafci will meet 41-year-old e.x-Danish champion Torben Ulrich, a 4-6. 6-4, 6-4; conqueror of Sweden's Ove; Portland plans artificial stadium turf PORTLAND, Ore. (UPD- Portland city fathers are hopeful installation of an artificial turf at city-owned Civic Stadium will be completed in time for the opening of the Pacific Coast League baseball seasotL The City Council Thursday \-oted unanimously to carpet the stadium which houses the Portland Beavers. Commissioner Francis Ivancie recommended to the council that the artificial turf (Tartan by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co.) be installed at an estimated cost of $417,500. Ivancie said there had been many pledges of contributions. By UnM Prasa InMntaltaMl This is tlM wMkcnl that jnstj ^t avery Oout tasketWl title can b« maned up. In tbt Pacific Eight, tw instance, UCLA could just aboutj take it all by winning at Washington Saturday night and Washington State Monday. The road tests in the Nordiwest for the nationally top-ranked Bruins Oregon and Oregon State In wedtend Pacific Eight games. The West Coast Athletic Conference is ide tou^ but] Saturday finds unbeaten Santa dara ready to take a giant step toward the title if it can win at USF. Santa Barbara is at San Jose SUte, St Mary's at UOP and Loyola at Pepperdine in| other Saturday tussles. Long Beach State can clinch i Baldmg, Don January, Dean Beaman, Cesar Sanodo, Jerry Abbott, Lebron Harris, Jack Ewing and Martin Roeskni. Julius Bons. 1967 Phoenix ebampioa, along with defndinc U.S. open titfist Lee Tt«viBa aid tUs year's Los Angeles Open winner, Charlie SiBbrd, were ineon^'euous. Boros bad a 69 to be in a tie «ith 19 others players. Ttevno and Sifford were among 24 crovnled at 70. Wleox, who {days mostly eo the winter tour and holds dowa a summer pro job in New York, got his ace mth a fivfriron on I the 154'yard. ISth bole. ' Barber, who had six birdies said he felt he was finally hitting his stride. Meanwhile, Elder said he spent most of bis day concentrating on putting. The 23-year-old Jacobs, tooth* er of tour veteran Tsnmy Jacobs, claimed overeenfideaea caused bim to fall to even par on the final eight holm attar h« carded a azzling 30 goat out and birdied tbt IOOL Jactiia ig in his second year ea tba tour. He competed in 12 toonanMBli last year but then dnppad onl mth an injured wrist Following today's U holes, Uia field will be cut to the towTO and ties. paign. Stanford and California host Norton opens skeet range Global BaaebaU figure to be as tough a test as' rrr.-^, ""T T""^^.^ 'Far Western Conference crown L^ll • ^ and WMttier needs only one; DQII lOQ ^Ue more win to annex the SCIAC _ tiUe this weekend. i,^ Long Beach, San Francisco; ^^*':tr,U C^*^ State. Whitlier and Puget Sound^"^ """P ^^ •*> are likely to compete in NCAA postseason small school compe-' pigeon eiflhusiasts ofjtiUon. Puget Sound, ranked Air Force Base will:ninth among the nation's colleges, downed the Hawaii Service stars 103-89 Thursday Clay Norton bang away merrily this week end at the new Norton Skeet Range, to be opened Saturday by Base Recreation Services. The installation operated in twice-beaten Puget Sound team past as part of the former Rod,dropped an overtime decision to •and Gun Club until closed for "—" •><needed renovation. February 19th and 20th at 10 a.m. at Houghton Field in Long Beach. Gordon Jones, former major league pitoher, and intehinc coach of the Houston Astros wiB be in charge of the try-outs. Ha night as John Smith led thel^Tij.ije assisted by Stu Miller, Uggers with 28 points. Thejformeriy of the Cardinals, Gl- Bengtsson. Ted Williams may take job as Senator manager COLUMBIA, S.C. (UPI)—Ted; A Senators spokesman alsoj I Williams said today he is still j said that Williams has not yet _ Whittier, which clinched a tic i for the Southern California j Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- icnce crowTx Wednesday night, j tckcs a 7-0 league record into a game at Claremont-Mudd Saturday night A win would give the Poets the SCIAC tiUe. Whittier has a 16-eame Russian soccer team to play in California "laliung" with the Washington Senators aljout their offer for him to manage the team, but he insisted that he has not signed a contract yet with the American j League baseball club. signed. Williams, who might have problems with the public relations aspect of a managerial jjob because he has often been ..X- ; .. -J .1. iinvolved in controversial dis- "Nothmg IS definite," said the! „„ „„ ' Robert E. Short, owner of the; "™'s is the most fantastic winning streak with an 18-4 recoi-d. the soccer caliber States. I ••fantastic." The Tiic CaUfornia Clippers Tburs-wilUams said he ..... . . . liay announced Ihcy wUl host conferring with Short about the"'y"'S w do Dniamo Kiev. Uiree-lime Rus- iprms. worthwhile. siaii champ and the 1968, Short who paid S9 million for European Cup winner, in two '50 -year-old.overwhelmed when he made meja is still I 'he offer and I think what he isjdjd. •trj'ing to do is tremendously worthwhile. Sam fluff to play, coach for Lombard! WASHINGTON (UPD - II turns out that Sam Huff didn't enjoy his football retirement than Vince Lombardi exhibitions. The first is set for; I ajfAfC mfiAt Feb. 23 at San Francisco's; Mil*VIJ issws Kezar Stadium and the second March 2 at the Los .4ngeles Coliseum. Two more exhibifions may be played at a later date. Dvnamo Kiev, wiiich beat Rockets tomght m'thout West the club a few weeks ago, has already fired last year's manager, Jim Lemon. ABA standings ^ ,.• fc A,-nA r^r-i INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPl )-i Indiana Glasgow Celiacs of Scotland for^ ^ ^^^^ Diego! Miami ^,'^,?I^5.,™;i''f!^!fiRock-eU confront the Los; Minnesota Kentucky New York Thursday, they got together again for the first time in 10 j-ears. Huff announced he was ending his one-year "retirement" to return to the Washington Redskins as a player and an assistant coach. Huff, who previously played! ^ under Lombardi when Lombardi I was an assistant coach with the Giants before going to Green 'There was l^yo of Europe's bjsgest nam«. ^ ^a^^ i„ j^e soccer. They are Medvid, ai sixth of seven meetings this center-forward, and Hungarian forward Sabo. Tlie Clippers, who aauai. u.c North American Soccer Leaguei^^^.^ j^^"'^ the°SM Diego club; /.l..imf\i/,nchin i\vn VparS aeo . .. - .1.. -n 1.-*^! jseason. „ 1 The Lakers have a 5-0 record ; against the RockeU and never Oakland championship two years agOat"',J ,e Forum s'ince the Rockets'"^^^ and their division title in 1968, have played one game this season, beating Guadalajara .•Vtlas. 3-0. Ijjj^j. ^gjj if Lasers are to ikeep their record inUct With] entered the NBA last season. ] ^Xs^'^'^ But WUt Chamberlain andj Elgm Baylor wil have to be at !^j ^f«* East W. L. Pet. GB 30 27 .526 ...jBay in 1959, said, 27 25 .519 '/4 no way to keep me off his team. 28 26 .519 Vi He's the greatest coach in 26 26 .510 m football history." 14 37 .275 13 HuH, who had played mne years for the Giants, played West tour more for the Redskins W. L. Pet. GB before retiring to round out 13 41 8 .837 ... years in pro football. 32 22 .593 llVii Now Huff, who will be 35 on 27 27 .500 16«!jOct 4 is looking forward to the 23 26 .469 18 i uth season. 22 30 .423 2OV2 j — 17 33 .340 24«:;p,TT^ODS FAZIO Thursday's Results NBA standings PlTTSBiniGH (UPI) — The iHayes leading the. way, ^l ^^^l^^tL^'ls. m^^^i^i^^t^ Baltimore New York Philadelphia Boston Cincinnati Detroit Slilwaukee East W. 44 43 39 36 31 24 17 Los Angeles with Jerrj- West| Friday's Games Los Angeles at New Yoric 'Rockets have 27 victories, 12: imore than they had in their Oakland 122 Kentucky 108 L. Pet. GB first NBA campaign < (Only games scheduled) 16 21 19 23 29 37 44 West W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 41 30 ,672 ... .Atlanta 38 2S .603 4 San Francisco 27 33 .450 1316 San Diego 27 34 .443 14 C3iicago S 38 ,397 17 Seattle 22 41 .349 20 Phoenix 13 47 il7 27% 'nwrsday's RcsvH* Chicago 120 Detnnt 101 (Only game sdbedided) Friday's Games Phoenix at Detroit San Fiw at PhSaddptua Boston at Mianta San Diego at Los Angeles Milwaukee at Baltimore (Only games scbeduled) .733 ... .672 3 ;sidelined with an injury, will be, .672 4 ;seeking its fourth strai^t win.'Houston at Miami .610 7ii'.After tonight's game, the Dallas at Minnesota .517 13 ,'Lakers go on the road for three Indiana at Denver .393 20V3igames, plajing at Milwaukee (Only games scheduled) .279 27Vi; Sunday, New York Tuesday and Baltimore Wednesday. The Lakers return home to face the Boston Celtics a week from tonight Ueam has added SeraCno Fazio, !a 29-year-old Pitt alumnus, as I defensive line coach. He held jthe same position at Harvard ilast year. New hours of the range are 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Wednesday Stars seek win trail NEW YORK (UPD—The Los ^Terjac^n^-and"'^ ^"!^'^^<»^^"-'»^*'«^^ out with injuries, attempt to set at 9 a.m. untU 3 Saturday 1 Clara, and the Western AthleUci March 3rd. ants, and Baltimore Orioles. , Players will be required to fur- Hawaii Tuesday and meets the nish their ovm spikes and Rainbows in a Satorday night' gloves. The Global League win rematch. i conduct th«r spring trauiing in Independent Seattle hopes tolDaytona Beach, Florida for all 'on snap a three-game losing streak in an American Basketball Association encounter wiUi the New York Nets tonight The Stars' record slipped toj 22-30 Thursday night with a 116100 loss to the New Orleans Buccaneers in the first of two road games in ivm nights. and Sunday. Located in Norton's troop area, northeast of the Aero Club parking ramp, the new skeet facility is availaUe to active and retired military and their dependents. Base civilian employes are welcomed to utilize the layout on a space-available basis. Clara, and the Western Athletic Conference king in the NCAA: big school tourney. But the! Chiefs fell 90-88 at Creightonj Thursday night Bob Portman had 31 and Waly Anderzunas 25 tor the winners while Lou West had 29 and backcourt ace Tom UtUe 23 for the Chiefs, now 166. SaUboats wiU be one of .tho big attractions at H. Werner Buck's first annual Western National Boat & Marine Show set for March 8-16 at Anaheun Convention Centier. Green Bay play»n think Redskins are in for iurprisa Jurgensen says he's 'ready to start' By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sparta Writer NEW YORK <UPI)-Sonny Jurgensen can't wait. 'I'm ready to start tomorrow," he says. SiUy boy! He doesn't know what he's in for. Maybe be only thinks he's ready. Wait'll he gets a load of; what it's like the first day under Vmce Lombardi, a man who wasn't ttie least bit sensitive about taking the phrase "lab« pains" out of obstetrics and putting it into pro footbaU. Sonny Jurgensen has a surprise in store for him that first day, already moved up by Lombardi. The same may be saM for the rest of the Washington Redskins who haven't exactly led the league in living the spartan life. Up to now, anyway. Some of the Green Bay Packers are thinking of gettmg up a pool The winner wouM be the one coming closest to guessing the number of survivors after the Redskins' opening day of practice under Lombardi. "At first they'll be afraid they're gonna die," laughs one Packer veteran. "Then they'll! man we need. Since I've been! were about the Jets last be afraid they won't" Hew About SepfemberT Forewarned is forearmed. Most Redskin pUyers claim here we've contmually beat ; ourselves. This is something Vince Lombardi doesn't stand for. He is a talented man and _ _ _ with his application to the game others, for sure. Right now the they know aU about Lombanli!and his way of handUng people, Redskms are loaded down.with 'I think he's gonna make us a slow-moving, lard-beamed line- January. Mere Chanflos Due Lombardi already has made some changes and there'll be and his methods. They quickly add they welcome The Great Healer, his bad tasting get-well medicine and aU. but it stiU wouldn't be a bad idea to go back and ask tiiem again sometime m September. If they're stiU there. Jurgensen. one of ttie NFL's better passers, likes the good things in life the same way Joe Namath does. He has plenty of play-studying experience behind him but be can be sure Lombardi will see he gets more. Lombardi always spends extra time with his quarterbacks and Jurgensen is looking forward to that "Fve been playing 12 years; now and my career is drawing to a close, but I'm happy \a get an opportunity to play for a man like him," says the 34- year-old quarterback, who came to the Redskins from the Eagles five years aga "I know the type man he is: we all know. He doesn't stand for mistakes and that's the type family. What's more, he's gonna make Washington a winner." Many other Redskin players are beginning to believe the same way as Jurgensen. Lombardi talked the only way he knew how, like a winner, as soon as be picked up the Redskins' reins and his optimism obviously s |Mlled over to his players, most of whom he hasn't even spoken with yet The Great Healer has administered the first shot and it seems to be taking beautifully. Trust bim to begin working the vaccine into their Uoodstream mote vigorously the first time he has them all together and who knows, by next January people may be talking about the Redskins the same way they men. How long do yoii thadt that's gomg to continue linder Lombardi? What happened to the Redskins m recent years actually was no one man's fault It can^t all be blamed on Lombardi's predecessor. Otto Graham. "He gave 150 per cent," saya Jurgensen. "He worked hard but he didn't have the necessary experience in professional football. He was a great player and a great leader of men but most of his coaching experience was with all-star teams. Washington needed a stronger hand." It has one now. You've heard of the hand that rocked the cradle. How about the one wfaidi rocked the whole dam football worid? Fasdnating sems are fOr sale in the "Miscellaneons" column a today's Classified Section. Read it now! BLUE CHIP BOWUNG EVBiY SUNDAY at 11 AH mi E¥My Tlwwdoy. t;30 pjm. 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