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C-2 THE SUN-TELEGRAM Sat., Dec 30, 1972 r The Scoreboard . NBA Standings NBA 'lastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. Costen . a i .824 New York "30 . 10 .7V) Buffalo 10 . 2 .28 Philadelphia 3 34 .081 . . Central Division Baltimore " -21 15 .51 Atlanta .21 17 .SS3 Houston 1 19 .457 Cleveland 10 28 .263 Western Conference - Midwest Division W L Pet. Milwaukee 28 10 .737 Chicago 24 13 .640 KX.-Omahe 20 21 .488 Detroit 16 21 .432 Pacific Division Los Angeles 29 7 .806 Golden State 22 12 .647 Phoenix la 10 .486 Seattle 12 29 .23 Portland 9 29 .237 GB - 3' 9 HVi 7 jj, 21 Yesterday's Results Chicago 106, Boston 99 Buffalo 118, Baltimore 109 New York 99, Detroit 94 Milwaukee 114, Houston 101 Phoenix 106, Portland 99 Los Anaeles 121, Kansas City-Omaha 92 Seattle 99, Cleveland 91 Only flames scheduled Today's Game Baltimore at New York Buffolo at Atlanta Milwaukee at Chlcaao phoenix at Portlond Kansas Cltv-Omaha at Golden State Philadelphia vs. Boston at Providence, R. I. Only oames scheduled ABA Standings East GB 2 6 11 3 3 . 8 10 Yesterday's Results New Vork 114, San Diego 104 overtime Kentucky 131, Dallas 104 Only flames scheduled Today's Games New York at Denver Memohls vs. Virginia at Norfolk, Va. Kentucky vs. Carolina at Greensboro, N. C. Dallas ot Indiana Utah at San Diego Only games scheduled NHL Standings Eost W L T Pts GF GA Montreal Boston Buffalo N.Y. Rangers Detroit Toronto Vancouver N.Y. Islanders Chicago Minnesota Los Angeles Philadelphia Atlanta Pittsburgh St. Louis . 22 6 25 8 - 20 10 22 12 15 16 11 19 10 21 4 27 52 144 84 53 161 108 47 14V 104 47 140 100 34 106 119 28 111 120 26 109 154 12 71 167 West 21 13 2 44 135 102 19 14 3 41 122 102 17 16 4 38 U5 114 16 16 6 37 132 136 15 18 5 35 96 113 15 16 4 35 128 120 12 16 6 30 94 110 622 8 19 98 150 Yesterday's Results California Toronto 4, Pittsburgh 0 California 5. New York Islanders 2 Boston 2, Minnesota 0 Philadelphia 4, Vancouver 4, tie Only games scheduled Today's Games Atlanta at Montreal n; n n; ' Atlanta ot Montreal St. Louis at Toronto New York Islanders at Vancouver Detroit at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Los Angeles Only games scheduled . . WHA Standings FAt W L T Pts GF GA Sew England Cleveland New York 3uebec Dttawa Philadelphia ' 23 15 1 47 171 136 21 15 1 43 133 101 21 18 0 42 170 144 19 17 1 39 130 133 15 17 3 33 126 147 13 24 0 26 131 177 West vlnnloea 22 17 2 46 147 124 Minnesota ,. 20 16 2 42 124 122. .os Angeles 17 17 4 38 131 132 Houston .16 16 3 35 121 123 sjberta 15 20 2 ' 32 112 130 -hleaoo 13 22 1 27 107 130 Yesterday's Results Los Angeles 5, Minnesota 2 Houston 4, New England 2 Quebec S, Cleveland 2 Only games scheduled Today's Games Houston at Cleveland Ottawa at Chicago Only games scheduled Golf Results MONTEREY (UPI) Third-round lenders in the $25,000 Laatina Seca-Delmonte Hyatt Pro-Am Invitational: Rafe Botts. Los Angeles 70 67-71 Wis Jim Wiechers, Napa 63-72-69-209 Mike Reosor, San Diego 68-71-71210 Brad Lozares, Saratoga 71-73-66210 Dick Lotz, Danville 67-73-71211 Forrest Fezler, San Jose 68-72-71211 Bob Eastwood, Lodl 68-72-71211 Pete Brown, Los Angeles 68-72-72212 Dick McClean, Carmel 61-72-72212 John Jacobs, San Diego 71-71-71213 Artie McNIckle, Sacramento 68-72-73213 Victor Regalado, San Ysidro71-71-72 214 Rick Jetter, San Jose 70-71-73214 Ray Leach, Novato 71-71-72214 Jimmy. Powell, San Dlmas 72-72-71215 Butch Balrd, Miami Beach, Flo. Long Beach , OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)-Rick Aberegg tossed in a pair of free throws in the waning seconds last night to give No. . 6 Long Beach State an 80-78 victory over Oklahoma City' University in the championship bracket semifinals of the All College Basketball Tourney. The victory pushed Long Beach's season record to 10-0 and moved the 49ers into tonight's-finals against Brig-ham Young. Ex-Football Lyinan Dies BARSTOW, Calif. (AP) -Roy (Link) Lyman, 74, former Chicago Bear tackle and a member of pro football's Hall of Fame, was killed Thursday night when the car he was driving crashed into the rear of a moving semi-truck and trailer. Lyman, who blocked for Red Grange and other Chicago running ' backs ' for Trine years with the Bears starting in 1926, was dead on arrival at Barstow Community Hospital. He was driving; north towiard Las W L Pet Carolina 76 1 4 .650 Kentucky 24 13 .649 Virginlo 21 21 .500 Memphis 14 24 .368 New York 14 24 .368 West Utah 24 15 .615 Indiana 20 1 7 . 541 Denver 20 17 .541 Dallas 15 22 .405 Son Diego 16 27 .372 NBA Boxecores Chicago (104) Boston (99) OPT 9 P T VValkr l 11 ISHevIck 10 4-4 24 6B Love 17 7-10 41 Sandri 12-2 4 Roy 4 2-3 lOCwens II SS 27 I VanLr 6 0-0 12 White 0-0 16 19 Weiss 4 3-4 llChaney a 3 4 IS 36 Awtry 0 04 0 Kbrskl 2 0-0 4 ' Sioan 3 2-4 8 Flnkel 0 0-0 Heard 3 00 OWillms 0 00 0 1 King 0 0-0 0 Silas 3 3-3 9 4i Porter 11-2 3 12 Totals 45 16-24 106 Totajs 41 17-18 99 Chfcaqe 14 43I 30 104 Boston 28 23 24 24 99 Fouled out None. Total fouls Chicago 17, Boston 22 Technical foul Chicago Coach Motta. A 12,513. Buffalo (111) o . Baltimore (109) P ..T . .O.P Sarrtl Hmmer Kffmn McAdoo Wohl 9 6-7 24Chnler 1 1-2 3 Hayes 10 1-2 21 Love 8 2-2 18 Pttrsn 2 0-0 4'orter Rlordn Robnsn Trsvnt Unseid 49 20-23 118 Totals 4 12 15 5-8 1 0-0 1 04 2 2-3 9 0-1 3 0-0 6 1-1 7 4-10 18 Totals 49 20-23 118Totals 48 13-2S 109 Buffalo 34 22 36 24118 Baltimore 22 27 21 38109 Fouled out None. Total fouls Buffalo, 22, Baltimore 21. Technical fouls Buffalo Coach Ramsey. A 4,085. New York 199) Detroit (941 F. .T Brnett Brdley DBchr Frzier Jckson Lucas Memgr Monroe Reed 1- 2 5 Adams 0-0 16 Bino 6-6 12 Davis . 2- 2 24 Ford 04 4 Foster 0- 0 4 Lanier 1- 2 1 Lantz 4-4 14 Mnglt 1-2 19Norwd Powe Totals 41 15-11 99 New York 26. 22 27 24-99 Detroit 24. 28. 22. 20 94 Fouled out None Total fouls New York 19, Detroit 19 . A 10,975 Sugar Bowl Add KCOmaha (92) Los Anegles (121) G P T OFT Riley 2 1-2 5 Bridges 3 0-0 6 VArsdl 4 5-7 13 McMiln 4 1-2 9 Lacey 4 04 8Chmblaln 4 2-4 10 Archbld 5-6 21 West 12 4-5 28 Goukas 4 0-0 8 Goodrlh 10 7-8 27 Willms 5-3-4 13 Riley 8 4-4 20 Kois 5 1-2 11 Price 7 3-3 17 Gibbs 3 1-2 7 Grant 0 4-4 4 Kimball 3 04 6 Counts 0 0-0 0 Green 0 0-0 6 Totals 38 U-23 92 Totals 48 25-38 121 K.C.-Omaha 17 16 24 35 n Los Angeles 3! 28 35 27-121 Fouled out none Total fouls KC-0 20, Los Angeles 19 Technical fouls Goodrich Milwaukee (114) Houston (101) G F T G P T Jabber 19 1-4 39 Marin 12 1-1 25 Allen 7 3-5 )7Meely 0 0-5 0 Cnghm 0 1-2 1 Moore 7 04 14 Dndrao 6 3-3 15 Mrphy " 1 1-2 3 McGlk i 04 10 Newln 8 3-3 19 Perry 4 3 4 USmith 4 3-5 11 Rbrtsn 6 9-14 21 Tmivh 8 0-0 16 Walkr 4 1-1 13 Totojs 47 20-32 114 Totals 44 9-17 101 Milwaukee 3M910 35 114 Houston ; 24 31 20 26101 Total fouls: Milwaukee 21', Houston'. 22 Fouled out: Houston, Walter. -Technical fouls: Milwaukee, Jabbar; Houtsch, Marin. A 9,373. Portland (99) Phoenix (10O G F T G P T Wicks 13 6-6 32 Green 2 2-2 Smith 0 2-2 2 Hawkins 4 0-0 8 Neal 3 4-4 10 Walk 4 6-7 14 Peine 11 4-4 26 VArsdl 10-11 22 Steele 4 04 8 Scott 13 3-3 29 Martin 3 1-3 7 Hasklns 6 618 18 CDavis 3 4-4 lOLayton 0 1-2 1 Jhnson 0 04 0 Calhoun 1 04 2 Adelman 1 04 2 Wesley 3 0-0 6 Dschgr 1 0-0 2Stovai 0 04 0 Totals 39 21-23 99 Totals ' 39 28-33 106 Portland 24 24 22 17 99 .. 20 II 34 3410 Phoenix Fouled out Green Total fouls Portland 26, Phoenix 21 Technical fouls Adelman, Scott A 10,310 College Boxscores UCLA (85) Drake (72) G F T F T 04 1-2 21 4-4 8 1-1 13 0-0 2 04 4 0-0 14 0- 1 0 1- 2 13 Curtis 6 0-3 12Lngstn G F T Soger : 41 12-19 94 Bell 6 2-4 14 Davis 13 3-5 29 Thomas 7 04 14 Godfrey 1 04 2 Farmer Troddi Cldwel Johnson Kilgore 40 5-13 85 Totals Totals Hoiydfld Walton Wilkes Nater Totals 0 12 I 2 0-0 4 32 8-11 72 UCLA Drake 38 4785 34 3872 Fouled out Langston. Total fouls UCLA 11. Drake 14. A-6,905. Tennis Results AUSTRALIAN OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS (Quarterfinals) (In Melbourne, Australia) John Newcombe (Australia) def. Bob Carmichael (France), 6-4, 7-6, 6-3. Patrick Prolsy (France) def. John Cooper (Australia), 6-4, 3-6, 6-1. Kazuko Sawamatsu (Japan) def. Virginia Wade (England), 0-6, 6-1, 6-4; Margaret Smith Court (Australia) def. Karen Krantzcke (Australia), 6-4, 6-3; Evonne Goolagong (Australia) def. Kerry Harris (Australia), 6-4, 6-3. Wins in Final Seconds Brigham Young, ranked 14th nationally, upset 12th-ranked Florida State 80-77 in the night's other1 championship -semifinal. High scorer in the nightcap was Long Beach State's 6-foot-6 senior, guard Ed Ratleff who hit 12 of 24 field shots for 24 points. OCU's 6-4 senior guard Marvin Rich sank nine of 20 field shots and all five free throws for 23 points. Oklahoma City went into a stall with less than two Great in Crash Vegas, Nev., on Interstate Highway 15 when the accident occurred 12 miles south of Baker. The truck driver was uninjured. He is' survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ardis Clark, with whom he lived in San Gabriel, Calif. Lyman, who joined the Bears from the University of Nebraska, was one of 13 Bears enshrined in the Hall of Fame in .- Canton,- Ohio. They include Grange and another contemporary of Lyman's, Bears' owner George Halas, Love Leads Bulls Past The Celtics BOSTON (AP) - Bob love scored 41 points, Including 21 in a third period explosion, as the Chicago Bulls rallied to defeat Boston 1 06-99 yesterday. The Celtics sut'ered only their sixth National Basketball Association setback of the season. Limited to nine points in the first half when the Bulls trailed by as many as 18 points, Love turned in a spectacular performance in the third period and then added 11 in the finale to help hold off a Boston comeback. The Bulls went in front to stay 74-73 on Garfield Heard's field goal with 45 seconds left In the third period. The Celtics trailed 90-89 midway through the fourth quarter, but Chet Walker and Love scored quick field goals. Knicks Win 30th DETROIT (AD - The New York Knicks overcame an outstanding performance by Detroit center Bob Lanier and turned in a 99-94 victory over the Pistons last night to become the National Basketball Association's first team to score 30 triumphs this season. : It marked the 10th time in the last 19 games that the Knicks, tiie No. 2 defensive team in the NBA, had held their opponent to under 100 points. Lanier, the burly 6-foot-ll pivotman, tallied 38 points and hauled in 26 rebounds. Bucks Doivn Rockets . HOUSTON (AP) - The Milwaukee Bucks, behind the shooting of Lucius Allen, rallied early in the third period to take a lead they never relinquished as they downed the Houston Rockets 114-101 last night in a National Basketball Association game. Allen pumped In nine points for the Bucks as they erased a 55-49 halftime lead to outscore the Rockets 20-6 in the opening minutes of the third period. Milwaukee went ahead for the last time with 7:52 left in that period when former Eocket Curtis Perry hit a jump shot for a 63-61 lead. Suns Whip Blazers PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -Charlie Scott ignited Phoenix in the third quarter and the Suns went on to defeat Portland for the 13th straight time 106-99 in N a t io n al Basketball Association action last night. Braves Beat Bullets BALTIMORE (AP) Buffalo's Randy Smith scored a season-high 33 points as the Braves snapped a four-game losing streak by defeating the Baltimore Bullets 118-109 in a National Basketball Association game last night. Sonics Clip Cats SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle SuperSonics, led by the 31 points of Spencer Hay- . wood, came from behind last night and beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 99-91 in a National Basketball Association game. minutes left and leading 78-76. The 49ers' Leonard- Gray jammed in the tying bucket, and Aberegg drew a foul en route down court to send him to' the free throw line with the winning shots. Okie. City (78) Long Beach (90) e p T OFT Rich Edwrds Russell Brown Tnsee Wshgtn Trbble Totals 5-5 23 Ratllff 1-1 19 Gray 12 0-0 24 10 0-1 20 2 3-3 7 ft ! 4 Stphns 0- 0 OAberao 4-4 McDnld 1- 3 15 Pndxtr . 3 4 2-2 8 0-2 8 5 1-2 11 3-4 9 King 1 0-0 2 0-0 0 Douse 33 14-11 78 Totals 0 ,37 . .6-10 80 Oklahoma City 4 Long Beech 45 2978 3580 Fouled out Long Bosch, Stephens. Totol fouls Oklahoma City 13, Long Beach 19. A 7,527. SportSccnc FOOTBALL Sun Bowl (North Carolina Vs. Texas Tech) 10 a.m., Channel 2; Gator Bowl (Colorado Vs. Auburn) 1 p.m. Channel 7; East-West Shrine Game, 1 p.m., Channel 9; Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl (Tennessee Vs. LSU) 4:30 p.m., Channel 9. , . . BASKETBALL UCLA m S u g a r Bowl Classic 8:30 p.m., Channel 5 (delayed leiecdhi;, vs. ueuiKi in Quaker City Tournament, 6:30 p.m. (delayed telecast), Channel 5. HOCKEY - Philadelphia Vs. For Stealers. It ys Been Just That Kind of PITTSBURGH (AP)' The Pittsburgh S t e e 1 e r s proclaimed themselves fit and ready yesterday to take on the undefeated Miami Dolphins i n tomorrow's . American Football Conference title . game, despite a flu-like virus that temporarily sidelined star quarterback Terry Brad-shaw. The virus struck five Steelers, in. all Brad-shaw, reserve tight end Larry Brown, defensive tackles Joe Greene and Ernie Holmes, and defensive end L. C. Greenwood. . Though their conditions could hardly have been called serious, Bradshaw and Brown were hospitalized together over Thursday night, but were released yesterday in time for drills. Meanwhile in Pittsburgh yesterday, all other Indications were Sixth-Ranked Auburn Meets Colorado as Bowls Continue ASSOCIATED PRESS Nine of college football's Top Ten teams will be in action today through Monday in bowl, or poll, games. Michigan is only member of the Top Ten which won't have a chance to actively do something about its current ranking, No. 8, in the Associated Press poll. Sixth-ranked Auburn, 9 -1, will be the first Top Ten club in action, meeting 13th-ranked Colorado, 8-3, in the Gator. Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla. in one of four games today which also will see No. 10 Louisiana State, 9-11, playing llth-ranked Tennessee at night in the Astro-Blue-bonnet Bowl at Houston. ". . .polls take care of themselves if you win, and also if you lose," said Colorado Coach Eddie Crowder. Second - ranked Oklahoma, whose only loss in 11 games was to Colorado, plays No. 5 Penn State, 10-1, in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans tomorrow night. ; Southern California, 11-0 and top-ranked since the first week of the season, will be NHL Roundup Johnston BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) - Goalie Eddie Johnston, supported by goals by Bobby Orr and Mike Walton, stifled the Minnesota North Stars 2-0 last night as the Boston Bruins climbed into, first place in the National Hockey League East. A national television audience and a crowd of 15,601 at Metropolitan Sports Center saw Johnston's sparkling performance, which gave him his third shutout this season and 25th of his career. The 37-year-old Johnston, standing up to a 37-shot barrage by the North Stars, got the only goal he needed when Orr scored at 7:51 of the opening period. Orr picked up the puck in his own zone, swirled through the Minnesota defense and passed off to Fhil Esposito, who returned a feed across the crease. Orr t he n backhanded his 10th goal of the season. Walton scored his 20th goal at 6: 17 of the third with a slapshot from the slot after Garnet Bailey's pass from the point. Golden Seals Win OAKLAND (AP) - In a game between the National Kings at Forum, 8 p.m., KFI N HORSE RACING 5th day of Santa Anita meeting, first post 12:30 p.m. get results by calling 825-3311; Los Alamitos card, 7:45 p.m. ROLLER GALES - T-Birds Vs. Renegades, 1 p.m., Channel 5. v ggWLING $50,000 Hawaiian 0 (tape) 5 p m Cnannel 7 WRF.STf.TNG San Rprnardino Arena dark tonight, action resumes Jan. 6. Los Angeles matches, 8 p.m., Channel 13. promising for the attack' on the Dolphins. After a practice session this week, Steeler rookie Franco Harris arched an empty soft drink can about 15 . feet toward a trash basket. The can banked perfectly off a wall and into the basket. "It's been that kind of year," chuckled Harris, who beat the Oakland Raiders last week with a now famous ricochet touchdown run In the final five seconds. "Tonk Csonka . . . Knock Twilley Silly . . . Drop the Mercury . . . Tieup Garo." Those are just a few of the sticker slogans seen around town as the Steelers prepare t o meet the Dolphins. Buttons, stickers and pennants of all sorts are being sold on nearly the Rose Bowl host in Pasadena New Year's Day to third-ranked Ohio State, 9-1 and the team responsible for keeping Michigan home for the holidays. The other Top Ten teams playing will be No. 4 Alabama, 10-1, vs, No. 7 Texas, 9-1, in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas Monday and No. 9 Nebraska, 8-2-1, which will play 12th - ranked Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl at Miami Monday night. Also on today's schedule are the Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex., with 16th-ranked North Carolina, 10-1, playing Texas Tech, 8-3, and the East-West game at San Francisco at 1 p.m. PST. Auburn finds itself in the familiar role of underdog for its game with Colorado despite having a better record and a higher ranking. But the Tigers have , done some surprising .things as underdogs, such as beating Alabama 17-16. Game is at 1 p.m. PST. One. reason for Auburn's underdog role today, is that seldom - used Wade Shuts Out Stars Hockey League's two division cellar-dwellers, the California Golden Seals ran away with a 5-2 win over the New York Islanders last night. Leafs Blank Penguins PITTSBURGH (AP) The Toronto Maple Leafs broke away for four goals, in the first two periods and went on to blank the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-0 behind rookie goalie ( Santa Anita Results Santa Anita results for Friday, 29, 1972. Clear & fast. Dec. FIRST RACE, 6 furlongs, mares. 3-vear-olds It up. Purse $8500. Fillies & Claiming. Minnie Moody 117 (F. Olivares) 9.60 4.40 3.60 Personally Yours 116 (A. Pineda) Popovs Flight 118 4.20 3.00 (A. Santiago) .' 4.70 Time 1:10. Also ran King's Policy, Mrs. Sanchez, Taffy Cat, Colorado Queen, Shapely Shlll, Call Me Back, Weld, Carousel Song, Italian Queen. Scratched California Girl, Grey Silky, Justa Rumor, Noorabelle. SECOND RACE. 1,'. miles. 2-year-olds bred in Calif. Claiming. Purse $4500. Convalescent 107 (A. Fernandez 6.60 3.80 2.80 Fond Fleet 112 (F. Mena) S.OO 3.20 Tandy Tooley 115 (L. Pincav Jr.) 3.40 Time 1:453$. Also ran Shining Orbit, Miss Gallant Eagle, Moreover, Rhythm Girl, African Fiver. Scratched Rapid Dumpty. Daily double, 2-MINUS MOODY I 1-CONVALESCENT, paid $31.00. THIRD RACE, t furlongs, mares, 3-year-olds up. Fillies Claiming. Purse $4500. Scottlna B 109 (J. Ramirez) 17.20 6.20 3.40 Miss Aegean 113 (V. Tejada) 4.60 3.00 Pacific Port 113 (J. Teleira) S.00 Time l:ll's. Also ran Dival Flo, Jumping June, Game Policy, Meddlesome Mattie. Scratched Bold Senorlta. FOURTH RACE, i furlongs. 2-year-old maiden fillies. Purse $6000. His Windsor 118 (E. Belmonte) ...... 7.80 5.40 3.60 Pete's Lass 115 (J. Tejeira) 6.20 4.20 Julia Mary 115 (D. Pierce) : 3.00 Time 1:11 Vs. Also ran Aerial Attack, Blueberry Hill, Sarah Dlpolty, Metropo Miss, -Lucky Account, Marion's Valentine, Cinderella Slipper, Shining Lark, DumptVs Final. Scratched Alnta Calories, Laurie Collins, Take The Check, Arlene Love. FIFTH RACE, e'i furlongs. 3-vear-elds A up. Allowances. Purs $8000. Norse Wind 116 (W. Mahorney) 3,40-1- Greaf Victory tff (D. Tiernev) 5.80 4.40 El Brovado 120 (F. Mena) i -led Time 1:W. Also ran Hill Power, George Burrows, Wavzata, Key Ridge, Hawaiian Holiday, Mall Flag. a Yem every street c o rn e r . Among the newest Items is a bumper sticker reading, "The Israeli , Brigade of F r a n c o ' s Italian Army." Franco's Army and Arnie's Army have joined forces to back the . Steelers. The word came In a telegram to the Steelers from golf pro Arnold Palmer, a native of the western Pennsylvania town of Latrobe. "t am alerting my army to join ranks with Franco's and all of your other support forces for an all out assault on Miami Sunday," Palmer wired. P a 1 mer's patented late charges in golf t o urnaments inspired Arnie's Army. Steeler rookie Franco Harris earned his fan following with plays like his miraculous touchdown that beat Oakland. What ley will be at quarterback in place of Bandy Walls who has undergone knee surgery. The Sun Bowl has been a jinx to Texas Tech, which has lost six of seven previous appearances in the game, but North Carolina is the only thing worrying Tech quarterback Joe Barnes. The game is at 10 a.m. TST. Fifty-six seniors who played some of the best college football in the nation last season put their talents on display at Candlestick Park in the 38th annual East-West Football Classic. The 28-man squads will be clashing to raise money for hospitals for crippled children "Their strong legs ran that weak legs might walk," the game slogan goes. The East, coached by Carmen Cozze of Yale, goes into the game a four-point favorite, but Cozza points out the West won the last four games, taking the. last two by 17-13 scores. East trails in the 47-game .series by six games. Ron Low in a National Hockey League game last night. Canucks Tie Flyers VANCOUVER (AP) - The Vancouver Canucks rallied for two third period goals and a 4-4 National Hockey League tie against Philadelphia last night in a game in which Flyer players stormed into the crowd, throwing punches and wielding their sticks. Sonny Jay. No scratches. $5 Exacla, 5-NORS6 WIND J. GREAT VICTORY, paid $63.00. 10- SIXTH RACE. 6 furlongs. 2-year-old maiden fillies. Pursa $6000. Wind Gap 115 (J. Sellers) 13.60 J.80 3.40 Belle Marie 115 (W. Shoemaker) 4.00 3.00 Careless Notion 115 (G. Brogan) 2.60 Time 1:10Vs. Also ran Erin's Gold, Bupers Mona, Princess Graustark, Pueblo Spirit, Impressive Dancer, In One Basket, Gold Cluster, Bella Mahal. Scratched Alfaretta, Bride of Sighs, Charger's Star, Deal Around Me, Possible. SEVENTH RACE. tVi furlongs. 3-year-olds & up. Allowances. Purse $8000. Tommy Bruce 120 (E. Belmonte) 5.60 3.20 2.80 A-Maor Scout 114 (J. Teieirji) 7.20 3.60 Front N' Center 116 (D. Tiernev) 16.40 Time 1:165. Also ran A-Con-sensus. Early Release, Ling's Lancer, Indignent, Fasimba, Spirited Viking, Slipstream, Abarls, Colliers Rally. A L. Rose & V. J. Nlckerson trained entry. No scratches. EIGHTH RACE. 6 furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Purs $15,000. Aliamin 116 (L. Plncay Jr.) 4.20 3.40 2.20 Benspdream 118 (J. Teleira) 5.60 2.60 Free Space 120 (W. Shoemaker) 2.20 Time l:09'j. Also ran B. Proper, Your Pic, Apollo B., Jil's Pappa. No scratches. NINTH RACE. IV, miles. 3-year-olds A up. Claiming. Pursa $5,000. Norco Star 120 (J. Gonzalez) 12.40 7.60 4.60 Henry CI 114 (D. Pierce) 8 60 5.40 St. Somali 120 (R. Ramirez) ... S.80 Time 1:51. Also ran Fee, Ter-radancer, Sandy McTavish, Charade Party, Mr. Galaxy, Arsenal, Roval Conference. Scratched Bet On Orbit, Private Ruler, O.K. Johnny. $5 Exacta, 4-Norco Star & 2-HENRY CL, paid $327.00. ZULCH AUTO WORKS 3rd and! COLLISION REPAIRS N.C. St. Wallops W. Virginia, 49-13 ATLANTA (AP) -Freshman quartcrbatk Dave Buckey passed for two touchdowns and scored another and sophomore Stan Fritts added three more as North Carolina State routed West Virginia 49-13 in the fifth annual Peach Bowl last night. One of Buckey's scoring passes was a 37-yard bomb to his twin brother, freshman flanker Don Buckey, in the first quarter, wiping out a 7-6 West Virginia lead. North Carolina State put the game away with three touchdowns in the third quarter, two of them coming within 2 minutes. Dave Buckey got his touchdown on a two-yard run and shortly afterwards, tackle George Bell broke through to block ' a West Virginia punt at the six. Fritts went over from the one for his second score and added his third on a four-yard run later in the quarter. The State defense held the Mountaineers scoreless after the first quarter. Frank Nefter booted two field goals and quarterback B e r n i e Galiffa hit his favorite receiver, Danny Buggs, on a four-yard scoring pass. But after that, the Mountaineers were through for the night. After the Buckey brothers from Akron, Ohio, teamed up for their scoring strike, Fritts went over from the four in the second quarter for his first score to put the Wolfpack ahead for good. His three touchdowns tied a Peach Bowl record. Dave Buckey hit freshman Pat Hovance on a 14-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter and Willie Burden, the workhorse of the State running attack, wound up the scoring with a seven-yard run. Dave Buckey was named the game's most valuable of- Doc Marcus Tops Field ARCADIA, Calif. ( A P ) Doc Marcus and Ancient Title duel for the $61,175 California Breeders' Champion Stakes, heading a field of eight California-bred 2-year-olds entered in the seven - furlong race today at Santa Anita. Howard Grant rides Ancient Title, high weighted at 120 pounds, three more than Doc Marcus, ridden by Bill Shoemaker. (Santa Anita Entries) ARCADIA Santa Anita entries for Saturday, Dec. 10, 1972 Sth day. Clear and fast. First post 12:30 p.m. $2 dally double on 1st and 2nd races. $5 exacts i on 5th and 9th races. Horses listed in order of post positions, x 5 pounds apprentice allowance claimed. Index Horse Jockey Wt. 1037 FIRST RACE. 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Purse $6,500. Claim-inf price $6,250. 7733 Mr. Shockley (Campas) 113 . .. Star Bidder (Yaka) 114 1006 Mate's Ire (Brogan) 121 9143 Prince Battler (Sellers) 113 (9236) Taxi Fare (Lambert) 119 9572 Dusty Kris (I. Valenzuela) ..114 4496 Andvs Grounded (Valdez) ..X109 7331 Dapper Display (Teleira) ...113 9254 Too O The Round (Rosales) 118 .... Haooy Romeo (J. Ramirez) xll2 9273 Boldnada (Nono) 113 9273 Docanita (Pierce) 116 Also Eligible 6167, Nice Blend (Pineda) 114 9580 Fiddlers 3oy (Velasquez) ..114 9564 Fond Regards (Pineda) ....113 7377 Winged Steed (Sellers) 113 1038 SECOND RACE. 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Purse $7,000. Claiming price $10,000. 7826 Always Promises (Valdez) ..X108 9193 Shoe Blue (Yaka) 121 .... Mr. Knightly (Belmonte) ....114 9565 Regal Speed (Wellington) ..116 6291 Swat II (Kravets) xl12 6314 Night Launch (Pineda) 114 8953 Pataha Prince (Pierce) 114 9576 Port Vendres (Felton) ....X112 .... Dirty Old Men (Santiago) ....117 8994 Star Nasrullah (Rosales) ...114 8332 Pakray (Sasslon) 114 9577 Early Light (J. Ramirez) X108 Also Eligible 9193 Pomp And Power (Lambert) 116 (9554) Hl-Ho-Dash (Pierce) 117 (1002) Once Over (Gonzalez) 117 .... Little Dlx Bay (Pincay) 117 1039 THIRD RACE. 6Vj furlongs. 2-year-olds bred In Calif. Allowances. Purse $7,000. 8295 8133 9424 9239 (9493) 8077 9531 9253 Rotarlan (Valdez) X112 Spin Lightning (Plncay) .....120 Settecento (Teelra) 120 Faintly Saintly (Mena) 120 Bronze King (Brogan) 117 Bolcanlc (Toro) 117 Haooy Indian (Shoemaker) ..120 3old Keeoer (Diaz) 120 1040- FOURTH RACE. 1,'. miles. 3-vear-olds and up. Classified allowances. Pursa $15,000. (9266) Shale (Pineda) 120 1006 Aflrmado (Teleira) 115 9221 Knightlander (Pierce) 116 .... a-Perry Mason (Plncay) ....115 6064 a-Candyvllle (Pincav) 120 9230 Roval Comrade (Diaz) ....115 9221 Class A (J. Ramirez) ....xll5 8970 Master Albert (Velasquez) ..113 a F. Martln-tralned entry. 1041 FIFTH RACE, rturlongs. 3-vear-olds and up. Pursa $9,000. Claim Ins price $16,000. 9558 You Know What (Valdez) ..X113 9542 Dusty John (Velasquez) ....115 6013 Bold Pla'd (Sellers) 115 f UCI KA A MiC HELMAN'S DEPT. STORE Featuring Basketball & Wrestling Shoes 1 25 W. Valley Blvd., Colfon 825-4321 fensive player and Bell won the top defensive award. A Peach Bowl record crowd of 52,671 watched the game. West Virginia 13 O 0 0-1 S North Carolina State 7 7 21 14-4? "wVaFGNesteF 27 " WVa FG Nester 39 NCS Don Buckey 37 past from Dave Buckey (Sewell kick) WVa Buggs 4 pass from Galiffa (Nest. er kick) NCS Fritts 4 run (Sewell kick) NCS Dave Buckey 2 run (Sewell kick) NCS Fritts 1 run (Sewell kick) NCS Fritts 4 run (Sewtll kick) -NCS Hovance 14 pass from Dave Buckey (Sewell kick) NCS Burden 7 run (Sewell kick) A-52,671 West Virginia N.C. Stat First downs 15 27 Rushes-yards J7-91 el-337 Posslno-yards 14 lf Posses 16-34-0 11-21-2 Punts 5-33 2J5 Fumbles-lost 2-2 1-1 Penalties-yards 6-61 J-10 Tampa Stops KSU Rally, Wins 21-18 ORLANDO, Fla. (AP)' Quarterbacks Buddy Carter and Fred Solomon led Tampa to a 21-0 halftime lead last night and the Spartans held on to win 21-18 after Kent State mounted a furious fourth quarter rally in the Tangerine Bowl. The margin of victory proved to be three missed conversion attempts by Kent State, t h e Mid-American Conference Champion. Kicker Herb Page missed two tries and quarterback Greg Kokal. failed on a two-point run attempt. The Flashes scored their final touchdown with 1:41 remaining, when Bernard Harmon ran a punt back 78 yards for a touchdown. Kent then tried an onside kick but Tampa recovered at midfield to end the Flashes' hopes. Carter teamed up with tight end Paul Orndorf for touchdown passes of 15 and 35 yards in the opening quarter. Solomon engineered an 89-yard drive in the second quarter, capping it with a two-yard run to give Tampa a 21-0 halftime lead. Kent State Tampa 0 0 6 12-18 14 7 O 0-21 Tarn Orndorff 15 pass from Carter (Cooper kick) Tarn Orndorff 35 pass from Carter (Coooer kick) Tarn Solomon 2 run (Cooper kick) Ken Tinker 76 pass from Koval (kick failed) Ken Dooner 10 pass from Koval (run failed) Ken Harmon 71 puflt return (kick failed) A 20,062. Kent State Tampa 19 17 27-79 43-240 313 )44 . U 30 19-43-3 10-20-1 - 4-30 8-42 4-4 4-3 5-53 8-67 First downs Rushes-yards Passing vards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards 8268 Viva America (Toro) 117 9159 Santana Sands (J. Ramirez) x!16 9558 Roval Ruler (Mena) 118 (1005) Canterbury Road (Pineda)- 120 8422 Aisle C. (Lambert) 118 (9576) Crave (Rosales) 120 (9557) Honor's Justice (Teleira) ..120 9533 Linllo (Fernandez) X114 9521 Little Scrlb (Pierce) 116 Also Eligible 1005 Camp Jay (Harris) 117 9514 Rapid Robert (Mena) 117 9558 O. K. Holme (Lambert) ....120 9506 Que Bravo (Toro) 117 1042 SIXTH RACE. lVi miles on turf. 3-year-olds and up. Allowances. Purse $11,000. 9198 Native Majesty (Valdez) ..X107 8268 Oriental Nip (Brogan) 118 9559 Doubley Roval (Belmonte) ..120 9558 Brilliant Native (Harris) ...112 8976 Fine Cause (Pineda) 116 9275 Eagle Eye (Diaz) 114 9246 Slue Masoma (Tejeira) 116 9417 Yvettot (Toro) 116 9566 Roval Competitor (Lambert) 114 9559 Rullson (J. Ramirez) ,...xll3 .... Her Keenest (Santiago) 117 7876 Happy Behave (Plncay) ....118 Also Eligible 9453 My Old Friend (Lambert) ...112 .... Renescure (Pineda) 116 .... Cicero's Court (Shoemaker) 116 9157 Pink Dust (Rosales) 116 1043 SEVENTH RACE. 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds. Allowances. Pursa $12,000. (9220) Lakeside Trail (Mena) 114- (9452) Goalie (Pierce) 117- 9570 Masked (Toro) 117 9266 Follow The Wind (Leonard) 117-9220 George Galea (Lambert) ....114 Commoner (Brogan) .- 117 .... Fortunate Harbor (Plncay) ..122 .... Spectacle (Teleira) 117 (9542) Dl Dl Mou (I. Valenzuela) ..114 9266 Poms Away (Heath) 114 1044 EIGHTH RACE. 7 furlongs. 2-year-olds bred In Calif. Purse $50,000 added. California Breeders' Championship Stakes. (9239) Destructively (Leonard) ....114 7965 Doc Marcus (Shoemaker) ..117 9201 Dusty Traveler (Tejeira) ....114 (9202) Bold Balcony (Tiernev) 117 (9489) Ancient Title (Grant) 120 (7549) Plenty Of Style (Pincay) ....114 9541 River Lad (Lambert) 114 9202 Autry (Pineda) 114 1045 NINTH RACE. lVt miles. 3-vear-olds and up. Purse $9,000. Claiming price $12,500. 9535 Rauqueen (Belmonte) 117 9244 Full Of Promise (Gonzalez) 117 9193 Rlbot Will (Pierce) 115 9518 Flvlng King (Nono) 115 9535 Roval Talent (Lambert) ....114 .... Maharlf (Plncay) 115 (9200) a-3rown Giant (Yaka) 120 9193 David's Song (J. Ramirez) X110 6990 Boulevard Stoo (Tejeira) ....117 9533 Ornasha (Valdez) X107 1006 Le Baron Rouge (Mena) ....117 9174 Windsor's Jimmy (Heath) ...112 Also Eligible .... Jet Port (Toro) 115 9155 a-Less Practical (Yaka) ....114 a B. Mastrangelo-trained entry. -kfcke

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