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rnm$ ' r ill y " V" "i" Page C4 The Sacramento Bee — Tuesday December 23 1980 Notes & Quotes r nil 0 P ip Bee News Services Outfielder Bobby Bonds a baseball vagabond who was idled most of the 1980 season by an injured hand was released Monday by the St Louis Cardinals after the National League club failed to trade him "By releasing him we give him more flexibility and freedom where he might want to play” said St Louis General Manager Whitey Herzog “He was not among our plans for 1981 We wish him every success” The traveled Bonds who was acquired by the Cards as a successor to Lou Brock in left field suffered his hand injury in April when hit by a pitch He went on the disabled list in June but was ineffective after returning the next month In all he performed in 88 games and hit only 203 with five home runs and 24 runs batted in Originally a member of the San Francisco Giants the outfielder was playing with his fifth club in four years Previously he also spent terms with the New York Yankees California Angels Chicago White Sox and Texas Rangers Sports Roundup Sporting Life C9 vw P Chargers 26 Steelers 17 Pittaburgh 0 17 7-17 SonDiege 1010 7-26 SD-FG Beninese 33 Pitt-FG Bahf 32 SO-fG Bmehk2S SO-fG Bwnircbke 28 SO-Fjti 1 run (Bemrtchki kick) Prtt-Thomton 2 run (Bhr kick) SO-fG Btmrtchkt 33 SD-Muncw 10 run (Bunirtchkc kick) Prtt-Brrtshaw 10 putt Cunningham (ftahr kick) A-S17S5 RUSHIMO— Pittsburgh Harm 0-30 Btoar 213 Thomtort M Bradtha 14 San Dwgo Munctt 20-115 Thomaa 17-04 Foutt 1-1 PASSING— Pittiburgh-B'adthaw 32 It- 0—272 San Dwgo-fouti 37-21-0-301 Thomaa 1-W-0 RECEIVING - Pittiburgh-Ball $-127 Swan 3-49 Harm 3-It Thornton 2-21 Cunningham 3-59 San Oago-Wmtkw 10-171 Muncia 3-27 Jomar 3-52 JaHtraon 3-46 McCrary 1-4 Thomaa 1-t lOUTHWIST Kama 73 Southern Methodist 62 7ulaa90Puidue76 FAS WIST Annina SI H lit Wesleyan IS Regia90Tstkio65 New Mexico 7Z U Charleston 60 TOURNAMENTS Rebel Roundup Fnl Round W Teiaa SI 67 Tttaa Christian 13 CAL-DAVI! 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ASKITIAU DENVER NUGGETS— Tradtd Cut Mcka guard to bu Utah tea lor BMy McKmnoy guard NEW JERSEY NETS— Amounted the resignation M Kanin Loughory hood coach kj u 44--oa: I a A Htmuo boo hcmiikni dm oosm WASHINGTON BUUETS-Aimounnd Kama Granny guord bus boo awpwuM without pay tsroM gun ate toad (1000 by Suttogud I POOTSAU NEW ENGLAND Cardinals Give Bonds Neither Bonds who resides in San Carlos nor Herzog who was reported to be vacationing in Colorado were available for additional comment "HeTl probably catch on with somebody" said Jim Toomey vice president in charge of St Louis public relations "He just had an unfortunate season with us that’s all” Veteran outfielder Del Unser the pinch-hitting hero in Philadelphia’s drive to its first World Series championship signed a two-year contract with the Phillies Unser 36 declared himself a free agent at the end of the season and was chosen by four teams in the re-entry draft before deciding to stay with the Phillies Terms of the contract were not disclosed Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Mike Easier was named the winner of the 1980 Roberto Clemente Award given annually by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America Easier who batted 330 with 21 home runs and 74 RBIs as a part-time player was named on all 16 ballots receiving seven first-place votes and nine second-place votes The award is given annually to the Pittsburgh player Harvey i'm oettno sick ahd tired of Your defeatist attitude 1 y contract ol Ron Eihardl head coich through the 1901 seeaon SEATTLE SEAHAWKS-Stgned deck Potato heed coech toahre-yoet contract NOCKEY NEW YORK RANGERS-Announced that Craig Palnck head coach will remain in that capacity lor the real ol the aeaton COUEOE OePAUL UNIVERSITY-Anneunced the resignation ol the Rey Robert H Gietom d(-ractor oi athletrca Menday'iNeeullt (No gameo scheduled) Tedey's Oamea Fori Lauderdale at Tempi Bey SenOregoatSahJoee L " -IVr Cal Gym Christmas Invitational Clua It Women'a Optional In Concord: TEAM— Agilitoi (Fair Oaki) 15925 Pacific Northwest (Ora) 15995 Cal Gym (Concord) 137 80 -1 1 — Vaulting — 1 Bitty Smutrak Santa Clara 155: 2 Heather Hall PH 945 3 Stacy Manor PN SIS: Bara-1 Hall TJ: Z Kmy Lawrence A 740 3 Metaor 455 team 1 Wendy Cheynoweth A 42: Z Meaaar 775 3 Lawrence 755 Floor— 1 HolL 945 Z Choyno-weth 795 5 Metier 7A5 Alt-Around-1 HeH 3150 2 ho Cheynowsth and Metaor 3030 12-1-Viulhng-1 Aim Henning A 855:2 Gigi Taylor CG 86 5 Joy Solig A 635 Bora-1 Henning 815 2 Shorn McDonald PH 105 1 tie Michete Potion A and Solig 80 Beam— 1 Sebg 15 Z Enca Budd PN 10 3 Kathy Kramer Santa Clara 7 Floor-1 Sohg 15 Z Demote Mmtar M25 1 Sloph mo Panto A It AAround-1 Solig 33-35 Z Honmng 3Z55 Z Sudd 3121 15-0er-Vaulhng-1 Ruth Gong Santa Clara 145 Z Pam Meadows A 7251 Sue PerpalL A 715 Bara-1 bo Gong and Meadows 005 1 Lon Hamilton Nopo 670 Beam— 1 Meadows 725 Z PerpalL 715 1 Gong 525 Floor-1 Meadow 725 Z PorpaA 720 Z Gong 725 AAraund-1 Motdowt 29501 Gong 2150 IPerpeU 2750 Hole In One Herbert A Dana on Hit 120-yard 12th hots it Diamond Oaka with an eighhiron Witnoaa-oa wort Don Parr Ed Brown Floyd SauL Perich Wins Cage Event Perich Contractors swept through five games undefeated to capture the McClellan Air Force Base Christmas basketball tournament Perich led by tourney MVP Jim Hardey defeated Beale AFB of Marysville 94-88 inihe final Hardey tHored 122 points in the tournament PATRIOTS Ronowte BN best exemplifying the standards set by Clemente the Pirate great who died in a plane crash in 1972 in Puerto Rico Tennis John McEnroe still heads the 1980 Grand Prix tennis rankings ahead of Czech Ivan Lendl The US Open champion has 2342 points Lendl has 2093 and Jimmy Connors is third with 1981 Sweden’s Bjorn Borg winner of the Wimbledon and French Open titles this year is fourth with 1954 points All four plus the next four ranked players will qualify for the Masters Championship in New York next month Tracy Austin kept up the pressure for 65 minutes to defeat Peanut Louie of San Francisco 6-2 6-0 and win the week-long $100000 Colgate Tennis Tournament in Phoenix Ariz The win gives Austin $642000 in winnings for the season Boxing Jim Watt the WBC World lightweight champion was reported “comfortable and rested” after undergoing College Basketball Louisville Victimized Again As Gophers Triumph 62-56 Bee News Services LOUISVILLE Ky — A reserve John Wiley put Minnesota ahead to stay midway in the second half then sank a clinching free throw with 21 seconds left as the Gophers defeated defending NCAA champion Louisville 62-56 Monday night Louisville had taken only its second lead of the game 39-38 with 12 minutes left on an 18-foot jumper by Pancho Wright Fifty-two seconds later Wiley scored on a layup to push the visiting Big 10 team back on top 40-39 a lead it never relinquished Wiley appeared to be a candidate for goat honors for a brief moment late in the game when he missed the front end of a bonus free throw situation and Louisville scored to pull within three at 59-56 with 21 seconds left Slumping Louisville lost its second in a row at Freedom Hall after 26 consecutive victories and fell to 1-5 on the season VIRGINIA 103 BALTIMORE 62 at Charlottesville Va — The fifth-ranked Cavaliers led by Ralph Sampson and Jeff Lamp hit the century mark at home for the first time since 1976 with a blowout of the Superbees The Cavaliers 6-0 hit 22 of their first 26 shots in the second half and went from a 46-29 lead at intermission to an 80-43 bulge with 9:09 left as freshman guard Othell Wilson hit a layup on an assist by Lamp Sampson the 7-foot-4 sophomore led all scorers with 24 points even though he went to the bench for good with 11:33 to play in the game Lamp had 19 points The Cavaliers who last hit 100 points at home in a 113-65 season-opening victory in 1976 over Hampden-Sydney also got 16 points from Lee Raker 12 in the first half and 13 from Craig Robinson tying a career high N CAROLINA 71 RUTGERS 64 at Charlotte NC — Freshman Sam Perkins scored a career-high 30 points to lead the sixth-ranked Tar Heels to a win over the Scarlet Knights Perkins hit two follow shots and the Tar Heels made eight-of-eight free tnrows in the last 3:49 to hold off the Scarlet Knights North Carolina went into its four corners delay with 3:15 left Flames Top Rangers 3-2 NEW YORK (UPI) — Bert Wilson' tipped in a soft 40-foot wrist shot by Bob Murdoch in the last minute of the second period lifting the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 victory over the New York Rangers In the only NHL game Monday night With the score 2-2 Bill Clement won a faceoff in the Rangers’ end and got the puck back to Murdoch who lofted a shot through a crowd of players Wilson deflected it past New York goalie Doug Soetaert for his third goal of the season with 30 seconds left in the period The Rangers tied it 2:25 earlier capping a second-period blitz in which they sent 18 shots at goalie Dan Bouchard At one point Bouchard left his net and was checked and New York’s Chris Kotso-toulos fired the puck into the empty net from 25 feet Calgary took a 2-1 first-period lead after the Rangers’ Dave Maloney scored a minute into the game Murdoch blasted in a slapshot at 2:50 and Don Lever capitalized on a two- man advantage with his seventh goal at 11:07 Earlier in the day the Rangers announced that Interim Coach Craig Patrick had been named coach for the rest of the season ending speculation New York would hire foriher US Olympic Coach Herb Brooks from Switzerland His Release surgery for appendicitis Watt 32 was rushed to a clinic Sunday night after being taken ill with stomach pains at a charity function in Glasgow Scotland Former heavyweight champ Joe Louis remained in Houston’s Methodist Hospital where sources close to the “Brown Bomber” said he will have a pacemaker installed today Basketball Kevin Loughery one of the most aggressive coaches in the NBA resigned as coach of the New Jersey Nets He will be replaced by assistant coach Bob MacKinnon Washington Bullets guard Kevin Grevey has been suspended without pay for one game and fined $1000 for making "physical contact" with a referee after being ejected from a game last week Charles “Tarzan” Cooper a center for the New York Renaissance in the 1930s and a member of the Hall of Fame died age 73 The Denver Nuggets looking to and spoiled Rutgers’ bid for the upset Perkins finished the night 13-for-16 from the floor 13 rebounds and three blocked shots Rutgers was led by Kelvin Troy who scored 28 points Ken Payne added 12 for the losers 4-4 James Worthy had 14 and A1 Wood added 12 for North Carolina It marked the 42nd consecutive game in which Wood has scored in double figures LSU 78 XAVIER 62 at Baton Rouge La — Rudy Macklin and reserve Greg Cook combined for 39 points to lead the lOth-ranked Tigers in overpowering Xavier of Ohio 78-62 In winning its sixth straight game LSU 7-1 pulled away in the final eight minutes of the first half as Macklin scored 24 points in the first 20 minutes After building a 44-38 halftime lead LSU pushed it to 49-40 in the first 3y2 minutes of the second half Macklin finished with 25 points Cook came off the bench to toss in 14 They were the only LSU players in double figures NOTRE DAME 69 VALPARAISO 56 at South Bend Ind — The llth-ranked Irish unleashed a powerful fullcourt press and capitalized on Kelly Tripu-cka’s 16 points to post an easy victory over Valparaiso The Irish turned a 16-12 lead into a 26-12 margin in less than four minutes before piling up a 32-18 halftime lead Valparaiso’s Craig Maass topped all scorers with 20 points Orlando Wool-ridge had 12 points and Tracy Jackson 10 for the Irish ARKANSAS 76 S MISS 68 at Pine Bluff Ark — Scott Hastings and US Reed combined for 40 points as the 17th-ranked Razorbacks trimmed the Golden Eagles Four Golden Eagles scored a dozen points or better Ronald Jackson had 13 points while Joe Dawson Curtis Green and Deora Marsh added 12 each Voet Continued from Page Cl real pain in the neck? “I never talk about the teams that traded me" said Dobler “Never However I don’t like the reasons they gave for trading me And I don’t like them lying to the press as they did But there’s one thing though Every time I’ve been traded I’ve made more money You understand?” Understood JUST A FEW LOCKERS away was Phil Vlllapiano Until this year Villapia-no had spent his last nine seasons with the Oakland Raiders Vlllapiano was the starting inside linebacker for the Raiders all those years three times All-Pro Villapiano was traded by the Raiders for wide receiver Bob Chandler prior to this season and Joe Ferguson the Bills’ quarterback said “more than anybody Phil is the reason we are champions He brought with him a winning attitude and leadership He told us what to look for and what to o” Vlllapiano was now telling a few scribes about the Raiders’ titles and the Bills’ current crown “Getting it this year really means a lot to me" said Vlllapiano “In Oakland we were expected to win so It wasn’t a big thing But in Buffalo we did it with a lot of young players who weren’t supposed to win Even if we don’t win another game this year we did something that wasn’t expected” Villapiano however did admit he misses Oakland Especially the weather When told Buffalo would have the home field advantage for at least the first playoff game Villapiano moaned “Please don’t tell me that I hate it there We haven’t been able to practice outdoors for the last three weeks because of the snow” A COUPlothER Bills were doing some talking — veteran offensive line find a team leader traded rookie guard Carl Nicks to the Utah Jazz for veteran Billy McKinney General The Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North Amerian Soccer League worried about “declining team morale” fired Coach Cor van der Hart and replaced him with Eckhard Krautzun former coach of the Houston Hurricane The Supreme Court of New Jersey refused to grant a stay of a Superior Court order requiring Elsie Berger and Clint Galbraith to deliver Niatross to a syndicate manager for the investors who purchased a 50 percent share of the horse With the decision not to grant a stay of the order of Oct 10 It is expected Niatross will be delivered to Syndicate Manager Louis P Guida following a race in Pompano Park Dec 27 Oscar Kahan an assistant managing editor of The Sporting News died from complications resulting from heart surgery He was 71 Kahan had worked at the St Louis-based sports publication since 1948 Arkansas spurted to a 16-point lead in the first half before the Golden Eagles fought their way back into the contest The Razorbacks scored 10 unanswered points to zip to a 34-18 advantage with 5:50 in the opening period MISSOURI 83 BROWN 61 at Columbia Mo — Steve Stipanovich scored 24 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds to carry the No 20 Tigers to a victory over Brown Stipanovich scored 15 points in the first half to help the Big Eight Tigers claim a 44-34 lead at intermission Missouri 8-3 led by 23 points in the second half WISCONSIN 58 TEXAS SOUTH 49 at Madison Wis — Keith Mitchell’s six second-half points and a tough defense helped the Badgers overcome Texas Southern Southern whose Harry Kelly had 17 points took a 29-26 halftime lead with a collapsing zone that kept the Badgers away from the basket In the second half it was the Wisconsin defense which ruled the court forcing Southern to commit turnovers make fouls and score only six points in the final 62 minutes after Wisconsin went ahead to stay 45-43 on a Mitchell basket INDIANA ST 77 BUTLER 69 at Terre Haute Ind — Steve Reed scored 20 points to lead Indiana State to a win over Butler Butler 1-7 shot 70 percent in the second half but the Bulldogs were hobbled by a total of 32 turnovers to the Sycamores’ 16 Indiana State 3-5 took the lead for good at 20-18 on a layup by Robert McField with 9:50 left in the first half Butler came within one point 67-66 with 2:05 left on a 15-foot jumper by Claude Davis But Reed pushed the Sycamores ahead 69-66 with a 20-foot baseline shot man Reggie McKenzie and rookie running back Joe Cribbs McKenzie was talking about Cribbs and Cribbs was talking about Cribbs McKenzie one of the main blockers for OJ Simpson when Simpson played for Buffalo was asked to compare Simpson and Cribbs Everybody knows what Simpson did when he was with Buffalo and Cribbs finished the year as the AFC’s No 2 rusher behind Houston’s Earl Campbell “You really can’t compare the two” said McKenzie “On Cribbs’ long run (a 48-yarder the first time the Bills had the ball) OJ would have broke it and went all the way OJ probably would have broken a few more OJ simply was the greatest” That may be true but Cribbs thinks he is also pretty good Basking in the limelight of media hype Cribbs was answering every question with much gusto However the interviews stopped short when Cribbs was asked “How come with all the yardage you have that the 48-yard run was the longest all year?” CRIBBS THEN DID a perfect imitation of one Conrad Dobler With a stare that could kill and an answer to match Cribbs coldly stated “Well I AM the No 2 rusher in the conference aren’t I? I gotta go now” Cribbs packed up McKenzie was combing his hair Most of the other Bills were on the bus Dobler however was just getting In the shower With a cigarette hanging from his mouth and mud all over his back Dobler was still ranting and raving Ranting and raving to an almost empty locker room “We have to stay right up to where we are right now We can’yt stop here It's a once In a lifetime opportunity It’s what it’s all abou-tit’s" Actors Will BackCarOn NASCAR DENVER NC (UPI) — Actors Burt Reynolds and Paul Newman will join director Hal Needham who directed Reynolds in the popular “Smokey and the Bandit” movies in backing a NASCAR Grand National car next season a spokesman said Monday The Mach I Racing Team will provide a Pontiac Grand Prix for driver Stan Barrett a stunt driver who earlier this year became the first man to drive a rocket-powered car faster than the speed of sound said spokesman John Hayes Hayes said the team will enter between 18 and 20 superspeedway races next year beginning with the Daytona 500 in February and is negotiating with a number of companies for sponsorship The involvement of Reynolds and Newman could expand the appeal of Grand National racing which has widespread appeal in the South but draws less interest in other regions of the country Hayes said "I really think it’s going to change stock car racing” he said Reynolds who starred in the two "Smokey and the Bandit” movies and Needham who directed both films are from the South and realized that a majority of “the support and love for those movies” came from the southerners Hayes said “They really wanted to say thanks for attending our movies” by fielding a NASCAR team he said Hayes said Newman and Barrett are friends and Barrett worked as a double for Newman in some of his films "He (Newman) very much wanted to be involved plus he really likes Grand National racing” Hayes said Newman has spent the last several years driving cars in Sports Car Club of America and International Motor Sports Association races but he will not drive for the Mach I team “I really don’t think that’s in the cards" Hayes said Barrett competed in four stock car races last year including three NASCAR events and has had some roadracing experience The team is preparing three cars under the direction of Travis Carter a former crew chief for Junior Johnson but it will buy engines for next season from Johnson Mach I will enter Grand National events on superspeedways of one mile or longer Hayes said The team will miss the NASCAR season opener in Riverside because “We just can't be ready by then It would be pushing us to make it out there” Chargers Continued irom Page Cl he set last year Winslow who broke Mike Ditka’s NFL record for most receptions by a tight end a week ago had 10 receptions for 171 yards and finished as the Chargers’ catching leader with 89 receptions for 1290 ards Pittsburgh running back Rocky Bleier gained 13 yards in two carries in the final game of his 12-game NFL career as the Chargers limited the Steelers to just 49 yards rushing Parkland Returns Wins Turf Feature PHOENIX Ariz (AP) — Parkland returned to the winner’s circle after a six-month hiatus due to surgery and went wire-to-wire to capture Monday’s $4200 feature race at Turf Paradise The 6-year-old gelding tied the best time of the season for six furlongs as he coasted to a four-length victory over Sunshine Star With jockey Frank Inda aboard Parkland kicked of fractions of 22 44 2-5 and 56 1-5 en route to his sixth victory of the year As the second choice of the 4411 fans Parkland returned $760 $440 and $3 while Sunshine Star returned $680 and $340 Favored Raine Rue who finished three lengths back of Sunshine Star paid $240 to show Monday’s handle was $387355 on an 11-race card NY Rangers Tab Patrick As Coach NEW YORK (UPI) — The New York Rangers announced Monday that Craig Patrick the club’s director of operations and interim coach will be the head coach for the rest of this season The move ended speculation the Rangers would sign former US Olympic coach Herb Brooks this season In making the announcement Rangers president William Jennings said Patrick will continue as head coach and director of operations Rites For Grant Player Today Funeral services for Grant High School basketball player Claus Atkins will be at 2 pm today at the Evangelist Temple Church of God and Christ 8017 35th Ave Interment will follow immediately at East Lawn Cemetery Atkins collapsed J and died Thursday night following the Pacers’ first-round game In the Anderson Tournament

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