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Stalls Out « Wef ory ROCK (AP) - Fort Smith Northskle stalled tot al^ most ,a minute Saturday night before Jerry Jennings sank a Jump shot with four seconds remaining to give the Grizzlies a 4644 vlptory over SouthsJde in the finals of the Class AAA State Tournament. ,jTie Grizzlies and Rebels were tied 44-44 with 59 seconds left when Northside Coach Gayle Kaundarl called time out. 7 '1 told them to shoot when thg time was right, no matter who had the ball," Kaundart sa/d. "Whenever there was a good shooting situation." '.'t had to hit it," Jennings sa*id. "1 had to. I wanted to keep H$ from gJng into overtime." The Grizzlies, top ranked te^m, in the slate for the past several weeks, closed out with 25^str,aight victories. "Boys, that's the way to come through," Kaundart told his players .after the game, "You played like No. 1, just like you did all year." Northside did not lead until the firfil quarter when Aimer Lee sank a 20-foot jump shot to give the Grizzlies a 36-34 advantage with 5:15 remaining. Robert Bennett and Robert Stephens^ put the Rebels back on top, 38-36 with 4:58 left. Southside gained a three-point ledB before Northside rallied. Tftie Rebels led 9-8 at the end oHthe first period and held a five'-point advantage at the half. Thil' Grizzlies used a press to shake Southside in the third period and tied the game 34-34 on Lee's 20-foot jumper with less than seven minutes remaining Lee scored 16 points and Jennings had 12. Charles Watson hit;' 11 for Southside while Jim Hahillton and Bennett had 10 r. Right Right Fine Gift By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Many wedding presents are stored away and forgotten, but Mrs. Peter Duchin has one that moves around and makes headlines. The present is Mr. Right, and last Saturday he got big print by moving \ l k miles to win the Santa Anita Handicap and top money of $100,000. Mr. Right was presented to Mrs. Duchin by breeder George Zuaderer when she married the New York society musician. And the 5-yearold struck some mighty happy notes for Mrs. Duchin in 1966 and last year by winning four stakes, but Saturday^ was his biggest beat. It also was sweet music to his backersj who got a mutuel return of $41. 80, $22.60 and $14. Miguel Yanez sent Mr. Right to the front as the field of 15 turned tor home in the $145,000 race, and he drove to a two« length victory over another longshot, Jungle Road, who ov« ertook thtrd-place Ala Ram. Favored Tobin Bronze was never a factor, finishing ninth, 11 lengths behind the winner. The time was 2:04 3-5, second slowest In the 31-year history of the race, but the track was officially called slow. The slowest time was 2:05 2-5 by Thumbs Up In 1945, Bobby Brocato also won in 2:04 3-5 in 19 56. In Saturday's ^ther big race, Herbert Allen's* Favor able Turn scored by l l /z lengths over Rlxd- al, with Bold Hour third, in the $65,500 Donn Handicap at Gulf- stream Park. Rains Force Delay in Stock Race RCCKINQHAM, N.C. (AP) A slow, soaking rain Sunday forced postponement until June 16 of the $76,500 Carolina 500 Grand National stock car race at North Carolina Motor Speed' way, The Carolina 500' s field of 44 cars will have to requalify for starting positions before the June race. SCOUT MARCH 10-16 SCORES (From Page 4f New York Baltimore at He* Yof* Seattle at Detroit Boston vs. &n Ffandseo at Oakland St. Louis vs. Cincinnati at Cleveland •*aa <fitt ««, ABA Eastern Division W. L. l»et. G.S, Wttsbufgh 51 g§ ,68d Minnesota 48 26 ,649 3 Indiana 31 58 .493 14% New Jersey 33 40 .452 if/I Kentucky 30 41 ,423 19% Western Division New Orleans 44 2? .620 Denver 41 30 .S7 1 ? 3 Dallas 40 30 ,m 9k Houston 28 4S ,304 1? Anaheim 23 49 .319 21% Oakland 22 48 ,314 21% Saturday's Results Indiana 120, New Jersey 99 Kentucky 107, Denver 102 Dallas 129, Pittsburgh 109 Sunday's Results Houston 122, Oakland 94 Indiana 113, New Orleans 105 Pittsburgh 122, New Jersey 106 Dallas 112, Anaheim 110 Today's Games Dallas at Denver Oakland at Kentucky Oakland at Denver Pittsburgh at New Jersey Dallas at Minnesota Fort Smith Dominated Tournament FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Fort Smith's two Class AAA schools, Northside and South* side, placed three players on the Western Division All-Star basketball team selected by the conference's basketball coaches. Northside, the conference champion and Class AAA state champion, landed Aimer Lee, Thurston Knox and Jerry Jenings on the team. Southside, runnerup in the conference and in the state, placed Robert Bennett, Robert Stephens and Charles Watson on the all-star unit. '^ Others named to the team, cnclude. Alton BUdwin and Richard Oliver of Hot Springs, Roy F«ars and Danny Trammel! of Springdale, Russell Hall and Melvin Smith of Fayetteville, John Endsley and Dana Edwards of El-Dorado and Tom McAlear and Stanley Collins Texarkana. Magic Number for Pifers Drops to Two Connie Hawkins and Chico Vaughn turned on their magical scoring touch and presto. , .Now Jersey disappeared and Pittsburgh's magic number shrunk to two, Hawkins scored 36 points and Vaughn 25 as the Pipers mauled the Americans 122-106 at home Sunday night in the American Basketball Association for a three-game lead over Minnesota in the Eastern Division. The Pipers, with four games left, how need any combination of two victories or two Muskies losses to win the title. Hawkins dunked a basket to break a 75-all tie and New Jersey, trying to hang on for the fourth and final playoff spot in the East, never caught up. New Orleans had its Western Division title hopes delayed when the Bucs dropped a 113-105 decision to visiting Indiana while Dallas edged host Anaheim U2-110 uiri Houston belted Oakland 122-94 at Houston in other gamos. in the National Basketball Association, Cincinnati clobbered Boston 131-1U, Philadelphia easily handled Now York UV- 108, Detroit whipped St. Louis J33421, Baltimore mauled Los Angeles 119-89 and San Francis* co outlasted Seattle 118*112, toliana, which trounced New Jersey 120-99 Saturday night, broke away from an 85-83 lead entering the last quarter and Jimmy Rayl scored six points in the last minute to clinch the victory. Roger Brown finished with 32 points for fcxUsuw. New Orleans! now leads Pen- ver by only three proes despite the Rockets' lQ740g loss to Kentucky Saturday night, Pallas, which halted Pittsburgh 1?9-109 Saturday night, moved I bill g4m<~ back of Denver when Charles Beasley bit two free throws with four seconds left against Anaheim, eliminating 'he Amigos from tbfi playoffs. fhe Ctawrrals Iw4 to mafce up a 105-96 deficit with 3:3'Heft. Houston, *U but wrapping up the fourth playoff spot in the - West, hit its first 10 shots from the field in the second hay to break awuy from 4 49-44i halftime leid. Art Becker bjd 2.5 points, but the qsks' Jim KM- hot took scoring honors with 33. (HtntS H0Vff Hackay It Ml But Consistency m (OKI STtt, FrWrt b»(HIM Dltlf/njon Survival /n Sfrrtefc Associated Press Sports Write? PHOENK, Arlt. (AP) ~ The Stn Francisco Giants have ev* erythlfig fort consistency. Mtnifgf Herman Franks and club officials are trying this thai tap with If several key performers, mainly Willie Mtys and Juan Marichal, had bean available til list season, says Franks, the Giants could have won the Na* tlonal League pennant instead of finishing second 10% games behind St. Louis* The Giants held third most of June, slipped to fifth in July, and stayed in second or third through August* Under the direction of physiotherapist Bert Gustafson, the Giants have worked hard, running three miles a day while In Case Grande. They didn't get down to serious baseball until arriving In Phoenix to begin the Cactus League schedule. "They Joked they were going to take up a collection to send me home," said Gustafson, who is 55 but looks 40, "but several told me It helped* "Strength and stamina have much to do with injuries* Unlike most athletes, baseball players use bursts of strength — running, hitting and throwing — and then they cool off* The muscles get stiff and tear." Muscle pulls could be lessened by beginning spring training running without cleats and not on grass, says Gustafson. What's good for Carl Yas- trzemski is good for the Giants, said Gustafson, so the Giants spent $5,000 Installing a small gym at Candelstick Park. Yas- trzemski attributed the Improvement in his performance to strenuous physical conditioning In the off season* Mays, who had his poorest season last year since joining the Giants in 1951, says he's "ready to go," and feels like playing "10 more years." Mays, who will be 37 May 6, hit .263 with 22 homers and 70 runs batted In while playing 141 games. The center fielder, whose 564 career homers Is topped only by Babe Ruth's 714, Ch'en he was hospitalized ;: with the^fluytor a week in July, a month in which he hit only one homer. Marichal, 29, reported on time this spring and says he is ready to regain the form which helped him win at least 20 games for four straight years. Last season he reported late, pitched only once after straining a hamstring muscle on Aug. 4 and finished 14-10. Jim Davenport, 34, wltti back and leg ailments, played 124 games and hit .275. He worked with Gustafson before spring training began and is apparently recovered. Davenport, who played with Mays and 1967 Cy Young Award winner Mike McCormlck on the first Giant team in San Francisco in 1958, has taken over third with Jim Ray Hart moving to left field. The return of Davenport to third and the acquisition of Ron Hunt gives the Giants better defense in the infield, says Franks. And Hart, who hit .289 with 26 homers and 99 RBL likes left better. The Giants have won only one Hookey uPtt rPUl* -A CPBT'IB'TA *rlr Tt Ow tf OSi OJ i n& n*3o%A*»|A I & U Jrrl&OO East Division w» u t, pts* or GA Montreal 31 18 10 84 296 139 New York 33 20 12 18 199 163 Boston 33 £3 10 16 136 196 Chicago 30 21 1575 193 181 Toronto 21 28 9 63 114 155 Detroit 23 31 10 56 212 221 West Division 27 28 10 64 152 158 28 31 6 62 177 206 24 23 13 61 153 I6t 28 13 61 163 201 30 12 56 164 188 38 14 44 139 193 Saturday's Results Montreal S, Chicago 0 Toronto 1 4 Detroit S Hew York 1, Minnesota 1, tt« Pittsburgh 3, Los Angeles 1 St Louts 3, Oakland l Sunday's Restills Chicago 4, Toronto 0 Los Angeles 4, New York 3 Detroit 1, Boston 5 Philadelphia 2, Minnesota 0 SU Louis 1, Oakland 0 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Detroit at Los Angeles Kay Berry Will Quit Football BALTIMORE (AP) - Ray. mond Berry, the National Football League's all-timo leading pass relelver who announced his retirement from the Baltimore Colts over the weekend, was, despite his individual brilliance, known as a team player. Even his decision to retire apparently was prompted by Berry's concern that Injuries, which limited his 1967 play to six games, would affect his performance in the future. "I don't think it would be right of m« to try to continue playing when I don't feel I could give the team the kind of season it has a right to expect," the 35- year-old split end said Sunday. Berry, who overcame physical limitations through dedication and study, caught 631 passes for 9,275 yards and 68 touchdowns during his 13-year NFL career. He had but 11 receptions last year, Hatives Get Most of U.S. Ski Titles By JACK HEWINS Associated Press Sports Writer SEATTLE (AP) - All the U.S. titles but two were in the hands of the natives today. After Rick Chaffee of Rutland, VU, and Judy Nagle of Enumclaw, Wash., won Sunday's slalom competition to wind up the 1968 National Alpine Ski Championships. The exceptions were the men's downhill and combined crowns, which went to Scott Henderson, 34-year-old Canadian star from Banff, Aita, Most of the ski riders who competed in the three-day ement on Crystal Mountain, 76 miles southeast of Seattle, left immediately tor Aspen, Colo, to compete In the Roche Cup Races. Winning both slalom and corn- By BEN FTOK Associated Press Sports Writer MtAMt (AP) - Gardner Die- klnson says he has "kicked away about 56 tournaments*' In hls 11 yeafs ort lhe *° lf lral1 ' fthd h * * lftwsl **" the boot to ftftoter ofte wh * *• tfl€ But young Tom" Welskopf, with a chance to capitalize on Dickinson's ragged finish, showed that he, too, can kick away the golden opportunities in the clinch. Surging from three strokes behind to tie Dickinson In a dramatic stretch run, Welskopf, blew it with a closing pair of bogeys and his 40-year-old foe walked away with the $20,000 top prize. "1 hate a finish like that," said a dead-panned Dickinson, "but rve got the check in my pocket." The dramatic last-round duel, starting with the two men in a deadlock, was so tense that Weiskopf posted five bogeys and dlcklnson three bogeys and a double bogey. U was the worst round of the tournament for both of them. Dickinson wound up with a par 72 for a 13-under-par 275. Welskopf took a 74 for 276. Welskopf, who missed a 10- foot putt at the I8lh that would have thrown the match Into a sudden-death playoff, had the satisfaction of taking over the lead In the 1968 money-winning race. His $12,000 check ran Ids bankroll to $52,546 and shoved him ahead of Canadian George Knudson, who failed to survive the 36-hole cut here following consecutive victories at Phoenix and Tucson. Rookie Has Return Title for Houston NEW YORK (AP) - Rookie Zekc Moore of the Houston Oil- ers beat out another rookie, Noland Smith of Kansas City, for the klckoff return title in the American Football League last season, official final statistics revealed today. Moore returned 14 kickoffs for 405 yards and an average of 28.9 yards a carry, edging Smith, who averaged 28.0 on 41 returns for 1,148 yards. Smith, the Chiefs' 5-foot-6% rookie, ran back the most kickoffs for the most yards and also set a league record with a 100- yard touchdown return against Denver. Two other rookies, Floyd Little of Denver and Dick Post of San Diego, were third and fourth, Little averaging 26,9 and Post 24.7. Moore scored the only other touchdown on a klckoff, a 92- yard return. Denver, as a team, had the best average, 25.3 yards, to23.5 for Kansas City. pennant in San Francisco, in 1962, but during the past 10 years they have the best National League record with 887 victories compared with Los Angeles' 876. blued championships tor the feminine side of the snow scramble, 16-year-old Miss Nagle typifies the youth movement taking command in U.S. Alpine skiing. Ann Black, 18, of Seattle won the women's downhill on open- Ing day and Marilyn Cochran of Richmond, Vt., also 18, took Saturday's giant slalom. Television Schedule Wto MONDAY. MARCH 11 $:3Q(Color) 6:00(Color) 8:3Q(Color) 9:QO(Color) 10:00(Color) 10,- 1?:OOM rjUESD 6:4,5 4M 7:QO(Coior) 8:30 11:00 5:30 REPOJIT 6:00 HpVIE "Th« T*U Cl«rk G*ble, Jane Ru«*ell PEYTON THE BIG VALLJEY 10 Q'CLOQC REPORT JOEY BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF BOZO'S BIC TO? SHOW PULING FOR DOLLARS "Thp Midoighc Story" Tony Curcis,M«rU4 THIS ll;30(Color) 12:OON UOO(Coior) l:30(Color) i:55(Color) ?:00(Color) ?:30(Color) 3:00(Color) 3:30 5:00(Color) 5: 30 (Co lot) 6:00 6:30(Color) 7: 30(Color) 8:3Q(Color) 9:00(Color) 10:00(Coloc) 10: 30(Color) 12:OOM TREASURE THE FUCITIVE THE NEWMfWED GAHE THE BABY CAME CHIU»EM'8 POCTOR GENEiWi HOSPITAI- M&X. SHADOWS DIAUHC FOR POUARS "Ne«nderthal Han" Robert Sh«yne,Dort» Merrlclt ABC HHrfS 5: 30 RETORT THE RIFtEWAN G/RRISOH'S «»Il.LAS IT TAJt£S A THIEF H. Y. P. P. ABC SPECIAL "Race to ch« Whue Uou<«" 10 O'CLOCK REPORT JOEY BISHOP SHOW IMS OFF , *»* ut March It 6:!30 the Monkfos ;:BG (C) 7:00 Rou«ri i.«S Martin t*lM&H*in JlftC 8:00 trie Danny Thorns Show NIC (C) 9!00 1 Spy NBC (C) 10:06 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnle Gibbons Sport« Show (C) 10J30 fbo tonight Show KBC (d) 12:00 Sign 6££ Tuesday, Hnrcb 12, 1968 6sAS RFO wlih Bob Puke (C) 6:53 Motfrting Devotions) (C) 7:00 The Today She* NttC (C) 7!2!i Avkmtfcfls Kctifi nnd V,'c«tnoc (C) 7:30 The tadtfy Show W.C (C)' 8:00 fho Today Show .N'flC (C) 8i25 Arkansas Mows «m1 ttdathar (C) 8:30 The Totlfly Shan NBC (C) 9;00 Snap Judgement NBC (C) 9:25 Money Dtekerson tilth the Newn 9:30 CtmeehtratJon NflC (C) 10:00 Personality NttG (C) 10:30 The ttaHvuoott Squnros NBC 11:00 Jeopardy NBC (C) 11:30 fiyo Guess NBC <C) 11:55 Edwin Nevrtsan with tho Ncw» 12:00 Little Rock Today (C) 12:30 Let's Make a Deal HBC (C) 1:00 Day* ot Our Live* HBC (C) 1:30 The Doctors NBC (C) 00 Another World NBC (C) 30 You Don't Say NBC (C) 00 Tho Mike Douglas Show (C) 30 I Love Lucv "R Changes Apt" 00 P Troop 30 Hunt ley Bi-lnkloy Report «UC (G) 00 News and Weathat* Roport (C) 30 I Dveam of Jcarmlo NBC (C) 7:00 Tuesday Night at the Movlon "Quo Viuila" with Robert Taylor 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnle Gibhona Soortu 8;sow (C) 10:30 New Hampshire Presidential PfImavy Election Wi-ap-Up NBC 11:00 The Tonight Show N'BC (C) 1.2:00 Sljr.n-Off 6t30 7«00 8 tOO 91 00 10 tOO 10.15 10t30 12iOO THE »K)HKEB8 - C ROWAN * MARTIN'S LAUOH-JN THE DANNY THOMAS HOUR - C I SPY - C NEW8COPE— JERRY MAMMONS WEATHER-VERN STIERMAM - C AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C THE TONIGHT SHOW— C EVENING DEVOTIONAL TUeS.DAY , MARCH 12. 196B 6t20 6t2S 6«45 MORNING DEVOTIONAL TEXARXANA COLLEGE - C FARM DIGEST r i 7»25 7:30 8t25 8)30 9»00 9:25 9i30 10(00 10t30 11«00 11.30 12.00 12i30 ItOO 1:30 2.00 2.30 3.00 3.25 4(30 5>00 5i30 6:00 6i20 6:30 7iOO 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:30 11*00 12:00 TODAY IN TEXARKANA - C TODAY SHOW - C TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - C TODAY SHOW - C SNAP JUDGMENT - C NBC NEWS - C CONCENTRATION - C PERSONALITY - C HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C JEOPARDY - C EYE GUESS - C TV PARTYLINE - C LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C DAYS OP OUR LIVES - C THE DOCTORS - C ANOTHER WORLD - C YOU DON'T SAY - C THE MATCH GAME - C LAFFALCT CLUB - C WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE MARSHAL DILLON - BtW HUNTLBY-BRINKLEY - C NEWSCOPE - JERRY HAMMONS- WEATHER-VERN STIERMAN - C AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C I DREAM OF JBANNIE - C THE JERRY LEWIS SHOW - C TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTBR" YUL BRYNNER-JANICE RULE - C NEWSCOPE - JERRY HAMMON8 - C WEATHER-VERN STIERMAN - C AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C NBC SPECIAL - C THE TONIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL «MB*t. ftatat 11L uft ionstf* « , titk f«yt«tt fl«* * Alfi (C) 9,00 tH sit vaiitf * Ate {0 10 1 00 AtluHUU* mn «id Wtatfcat (C) iOiiS wotid tfavt (C) ifiilO «ud CaittBtlt Sfottt CO 10)30 Jo*1 tia«M< itiaw - Ate (C) . 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