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t FtDfUiry 5, 1968 Knitks four It on Ce/ficj Boston 31 By DAVfi ffHARA Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) «- The New fork Knickerbockers had faith Ofice igaln today in the old saying; "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again." The Knlcks staged a drami tic ottls Ivft, *fii Uu ft Harpy H toti cllflfM It '*4tb»t*o snots, fiing finish «fW points and Hairstorf "2?; Monroe paced Baltimore with 35, Jerry West poured in 43 points and Archie Clark 3$ to top Los Angeles, which played without Elgin Saylor who has an injured foot* torn JUbsehery a«J Walt Haziard scored 28 and 20, respectively, for Seattle, Boston edged New York 112108, Philadelphia downed Baltimore 133-121, St, LouisbeatCIn- * i»v • 'Muwito oia^c^j a uiaiun*** iiivi? twv'ifclj w** uwuio UtSIl V*U1* eofneback behind rookie Wall clnnatl 125*1 11 and Los Angeles Frazier and Bill Bradley and outlasted San Diego 133-122 Sal Veteran Walt Bellamy fn JWH Boston 110-108 for their fl rst victory over the Celtics In a regular season game at Boston since t)ec. 22, 1962. "We won here In the playoffs last year, but you still might call It a long drought," New York Coach Red Holztnan said. The knlcks had lost 25 straight National Basketball As urday. German Con on Top of Racing Hoop 'ByF.t.MACFEELY DArfONA BEACH, Fla, sociatioh games in Boston ex- (AP) - If this Isn't the year of cept for the playoff triumph last the Porsche In international sports car racing, someone better step forward quickly with machinery in the 24 season. In other NBA gatiu>s Sunday, Philadelphia drubbed San Francisco 141-117 to open up a S'/z- game lead over second-place Boston in the Eastern Division, St. Louis edged Cincinnati 106- lOO, Detroit nipped Baltimore 117-115 and Los Angeles downed Seattle 137-131. Anaheim whipped Houston 132-120, New Jersey nipped Kentucky 111-109, Minnesota trounced Pittsburgh 114-95, and New Orleans edged Denver 105100 in the American Basketball Association. Trailing by 20 points in the first half, the Knlcks went to work and gradually cut the deficit on the hot shooting of Frazier and Bellamy. They pulled to within three points, then fell eight behind at the outset of the fourth quarter. *. Bradley came off the bench to contribute three key baskets and a free throw as New York stormed from behind and then outdueled the Celtics down the stretch. ; Philadelphia broke open a close game in the third period and coasted home behind the scoring of Hal Greer, 29, and Chet Walker, 27. Wilt Chamberlain added 19 points to the Philadelphia attack and handed out 16 assists. Rudy LaRusso led San Francisco with 25. Don Ohl sparked the St. Louis victory, scoring 12 of his 16 points inrtheifourth quarter. jLea Wilk'ens 1 led Sti'-'Louis with'20.- jerry Lucas scored 23 for Cincinnati, which played the final quarter without Oscar Robertson, who suffered a muscle pull. v The Big 0 also scored 23. Dave Bing put Detroit ahead 114-113 on a basket with 35 sec- newer and faster than they showed Hours of Daytona season opener, Porsche's 1-2*3 finish flnddls* dainful gesture of giving five drivers turns In the winning car Sunday left no doubt that the durable German cars are on top of the heap heading Into the 12- hour Sebring race March 23. "We will have a slightly different car at Sebrtng," said Hans Herrmann of Germany who drove the second place car with Jo Siffert of Switzerland and also took a brief turn in the eventual winner. "It will be the same engine but a slightly shorter body." Alfa Romeo of Italy, whose three small car entries at Day. tona finished fifth, sixth and seventh, is reported ready to unveil a bigger, three-liter engine at Sebring. "We have always had competition," was Porsche manager Huschke Von Hanstein's reaction. "We are not afraid." He admitted Porsche, too, is working on a larger engine than the 2.2-liter used in its three-car victory sweep. But it won't be ready for Sebring and maybe not for any of the races'on.this year's International schedule toward the manufacturer's championship. Vic Elford, a 32-year-old Englis^man. t had .theihpnojr of starting arid "finishing ».the;-'winning car. A pair of faster and bigger en- gined GT-40 Fords from England showed early speed. But one failed after four hours and the other after 15 hours. The winning distance of Danf«/s Musktts to Victory By fltf ASSOCIATED ?»HE«S tfwre's nethtaf irarticJty «t*nrt the mirobf r 13 far tfte Mtfrt»»tt MtisWcs, Not wteft Mei Psftlels Is making with (ft* S4s, s«fcwd 24 polftta ftftd the last 30 seconds to matters, fifowt IteistoM points *nft* tittfy Jont* high for Outfitter with 18, 2t *«* M/izufc Stum Toronto In Hockey P/cy GIVE A I'HO A CHANCE to concentrate for tfiohc.v and here's what you've got—> the tops In baseball and football latent grimacing arid grunting around a golf course ns they sharpen up their skills for the $.10,000 Astrojet Golf Classic Feb. 16-18 at La Costa Country Club In California. John Brodtc, liters quarterback (top) never checked an enemy defense closer (halt he docs this putt. I'aul Krause, Redskindefen- sive back and last year's winner, watches his shot (upper left) with (he same grimness as Willie Mays (lower right). Johnny Unttas (upper right) and Mickey Mantle simply whnlc away. And all over the course, you hear, "FORE!"" I I i* 2,526.69 miles and speed of 106.697 miles an hour missed the 2,570.62 miles and 108.020 m.p.h, record set by the late Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby in a Ford Mark 2 In 1966. A Ford Mustang driven by Jerry Titus of Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Ronnie Bucknum of LaCanada, Calif, entered in the Trans-American division, finished fourth. IfXtfftit INTI8PBIM Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' OAKLAND — Jerry Quarry, 193'/a. Los Angeles, stopped Thad Spencer, ZOOVa / Oakland, 12. FRANKFURT, Germany Harold Johnson, 177%, Phlladel- 'phla^ outpointed Lothar Stengel, •177^, Germany, 10, OAKLAND - Andy Heilman, IGOVa, San Pedro, Calif., knocked out Billy Marsh, 166, •Las Vegas, 7. <•• SCRAKTON, Pa. — Jerry To- 'masetti, 201, Wilkes Barre, Pa., ^stopped Johnny Deutscty 214, Al- •fentown. Pa., 5. Piii. -.f - • >''• :••:': •'.. • IF.':- night «$ tlw Muskles beat Pitts* bufgh 114*95 and moved within on*-htU game of the Pl^ts, who lead the American Basketball Association's Eastern DlvU sloru Charlie William* led Pitts* bufgh with 27 points, Including four long three-point baskets In the first half, But the MttsWtM led all the way, opening up a 20-polnt lead early In the fourth period from which the Pipers couldn't recover, to other ABA games, Kew Jersey edged Kentucky 111*100, Anaheim topped Houston 132* 120. And New Orleans teat Den. ver 105.100. On Saturday Oakland befti Houston 119*111 in overtime. In the National Basketball As> soctation Sunday, New York 'edged Boston 110-108, Phtladel- phla crushed San Francisco 141-117, St. Louis took Cincinnati 106*100, Dot roll eased past Baltimore 117-115 and Los Angeles boat Seattle 137*131. Pittsburgh played without Connie Hawkins, the club's lead* ing scorer, who is out with ft blood clot In his left leg. New Jersey snapped Kentucky's tour-gome winning streak at home. Stti Johnson scored all his 11 points In a seven-minute surge in the final perlod,L*vern Tan led the Americans' scorers with 34 points and Darel Currier and Louie Dampler had 25 each tor Kentucky. Steve Chubin scored 34 points to lead Anaheim to within t'/j games of fourth-place Oakland in, the Western Division. Leg Selvage had 27 and Bon Warley added 24, Willie Somerset led Houston with 28. Red Robblns scored 31 points in New Orleans's victory over Denver as the Buccaneers opened up a SVa-game lead In the i? Western Division. New Orleans led 97-84 only to have the Rockets close the gap to 100-97, Larry Brown then converted four consecutive free throws in BOCK Associated' Pfest ^xjfts Writer H took <k*f>rwem«8 John Mi- games to fashion his first two big lesfwe foals but only 20 minute* to notch his no*t two, Mlstuk saored twice In th« first period Sunday night and Philadelphia went on to stun Toronto 4-1 for ft weekend sweep of established loams by th« expansionist Flyers* On Saturday, Philadelphia knocked off Chicago 5«3, fn Sunday's other games, N«<# York ended Montreal's run at the Ml record book by blanking ttw Cnnfldletw 3-0, hatting a 12-gamo winning streak and Id- game unbeaten skein, Boston nipped Detroit M, Minnesota shaded Oakland 4-3 and Chicago dropped Los Angeles 5«3, In Saturday's action, Montreal turned back Los Angeles 51, Detroit pounded Minnesota &• I, St. Louis trlpp«d Oakland 4-1, Pittsburgh and Toronto played to ft 3-3 He and New York and Boston finished In a 3-3 standoff. The weekend sweep gave th« Flyers, loaders In the NHL's new West Division, three victories In the last four starts against th« established teams and left Punch Imtach, coach of the Maple Leafs, with some unpleasant thoughts. Imlach's Leafs dropped Into a. fourth-place Me with New York, managing only one of a possible four points In their weekend games against expansion teams. Mlseuk, who scored once In 47 NHL games over three seasons with Detroit and Chicago before being drafted by the Flyers, and once earlier this season, doubled hur career output against Toronto's Johnny Bower. His first goal came while killing a penalty and the second was a, 50-footer .which bounced over Bower's stick. Doug Favell kicked out 31 shots In the last two periods to preserve tho victory—his second straight over the Leafs. Ed Gtacomln's fifth shutout of aefefed twl 8& minutes* ft was Monff&i'* since Christmas to* CafwdWw tw sip Ion's !§«?«<if-eM fffilr 14 «»ns*«iilv* John stump Wtft a thr««'p«t nftt trick tniftHwtf the Bruins ptst Detroit tory halted a stx-gamo string for Boston, R *as Ma* Kentle's second three-goal flight of the season, . * tfottf Mohns rflmt««d In « pair of goals and Brsbtft scared his 36lh of th« season i Chicago Mp«nd«d Los Th« victory moved the Blacfc Hawks two points back of IMC first-place Canadians In tftc East race. Minnesota opened a flvo*potnt gap on LA and St. Louis, tfew for third In the west, by whlji* ping Oakland, J««n Paul Pa* rise's third-porlod goal wns thf clincher tor the North Stars., IN STIUDE, n wounded Marine, ha« face and arms: iwathed In bandages, walks down a road at Khc Sanh, South Vietnam. ^ ^^»-~^^- V ^^—^^- ^^ — -^^ - • -^-. BARRY'S SPECIALS ^ PRICES GOOD MONDAY. TUESDAY PICNICS Heavy Smoked Ham Hock 4 Lb , 1.00 Bacon Squares 5 us. 95(t Produce Specials BANANAS Texas Sweet RANGES 0,4 9 (i Maxwell House COFFEE i , 691 BREAD R tl { 3 Lwves «p 1 / Orange Juice 390 Super Suds 49C GRENOBLE, France—(NEA)—There Is supposed to be a mountain at the end of every street in this fourth-century bastion of the Dauphin, an Alpine region of southeastern France. There is also a gendarme, French version of cop, and a taxi-driver with a cigarette dangling from the end of his mouth—and now, more likely than not, a pretty young thing in a red bunny fur packet and tight stretch pants. She's one of the 350 official hostesses gathered unto Grenoble for the 10th staging of the Winter Olympics, all properly trained in the etiquette of the program by Mile. Solangc Catry. chief stewardess of Air France on detached service to the cause of international good will. Staging an Olympics is perforce an exercise in organized chaos because anybody who's got the idea that Grenoble is where the action is belter get reoriented. It's only where Mademoiselle H p s t e s s e hangs her miniskirt. Actually, Grenoble is a little industrial city tucked into the Alps, where the rivers Isere and Drac meet and where the locals are still prepared to evacuate quickly to the crumbling fortresses that dot the hillside over the old part of town to ward off the hordes of invaders. It has been called a French Peoria — no disparagement intended, because it has a big university (more than 15,000 students), a fine rep- 'BON JOUR!' utation for scientific and Qne of mie Cair ^ s girls industrial research, and is a good place to buy the little lady gloves. There is one go-go joint a couple of blocks from the Place Victor Hugo. There is also a Place de la Bastille and a Place de Verdun, so you can't quite forget you're in France. THE MINISKIRT gawking isn't too good. Find a miniskirt and you'll find a Parisienne. The locals are much too modest and sedate for such ostentation. Almost all of Mile, Catry's hostesses have been imported for the Games and speak many languages. No, Jacques, there is no universal language—at least, for the duration, which is two weeks. Soiange has knelled curfew for 10 p.m. Of course, it's different at the ski resorts in the environs, where the greatest attention centers, and the biggest diversion is watching the stretch pants squiggle. It's worth the many hairpin turns up the mountains to Chamrousse for the Olympic downhill and slalom events or to Alpe d'Huez for the bobsled. Both are to the east. On the western side of Grenoble lies St. Nizier. the ski jumping site. All also specialize in apres-ski activities In Grenoble, the concentration is on ice—ice hockes. figure skating, speed skating. If a man's taste runs to Scutch on ice. he's well-heeled. It also runs to three bucks a shot Bustling Grenoble, with its quarter ol a million inhabitants, is also the touch-off point for the party, in the temporary stadium seating 60.000 for the opening day ceremonies, with 2.300 contestants from 3,3 nations on parade. THKHK WEREN'T one-seventh that many athletes on IUHK! for the first Winter Olympic Games in Chamonix. Fran--!.- H years ago. In tact, the number has more than doubled ,-HHI- the last snow and ice fiesta in Innsbruck. Austria, four u-urs ago. when 1.111 competitors paraded. The whole concept of the Games lias changed since the Baron Pierre de Couliertin. also a Frenchman, laid down ihe modern Olympic creed: The important thing in the OUmpie is not \yinniny but taking part Yd : ? In For this version. Hoyer Vadim has been hired a-, duel "I protocol lor the Ohmpic Village To ensure." the French government touri>t office tells u>>. that the athletes eii|o> the leisure so important to them." M. Vadim. il should be noted, ij. a .specialist in enteitain- ment He was once married to Bnyiue liardot and is currently the husband ol Mis* Jane Fonda THE TRADING POST 105*315*3151, Third St.

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