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iO ^SolfsbufQ Rftoistef'Mdil, Galesbufd,HI. Thursddy. April 19, 1973 Forfeit NcmMAN, Okla. (DPI) The University of Oklahoma Wednesday changed its 1972 football record from 114 to 3-9 because its second string quarterbacl( actually was a high school student. Oklahoma, the nation's second • ranked major college team last season, forfeited eight victories—including a 14-0 Sugar Bowl decision over Penn State. Athletic Director Wade Walker said freshman Kerry Jackson, the Sooners' No. 2 quarterback, had become eligible to play football at Okla­ homa only because his high school tratueript had been altered and he stayed in the university's athletic dormitory while still a student at Ball High JSchool in Galveston, Tex. Jackson played in each of the eight forfeited games. He said the transcript of another Ball High School student, Mike Phillips, had been changed. Phillips played on the freshman team. Walker said Assistant Coach Bill Michael had admitted knowledge of the violations and had resigned. Coach Barry Switzer, who replaced Chuck Fairbattki when he became coach of the New England Patriots of the National Foot* ball League, said he knew of no other coaches involved. "It has been verified by conference officials that (he transcripts of both Jackson and Phillips have been tampered with and that Jackson had stayed in the athletic dormitory during two visits to the Oklahoma campus while he was a senior in high school," said Walker. Left unsettled was who had tampered with the high school records. "I can only say this is under investigation," said Walker. Most of the investigative work has' been done by OklMioma and the Big Gight Coitference. The NCAA wiU now enter the Investigation. Its maximum puniahnient would be to bar the Sooners from playing footbaU at all for one or mdre seasons. The NCAA, in recruiting violations, usually places schools on probation. "I told the squad that no one individual or two individuals made a football team," Switser said. "Iliis is Just another challenge all athletes have to accept* Streaks Take First Victory Qn the Road iifeWANEE - It took some time for the GHS varsity golf teamnlo get on track this season in away meets« but Coach Roger Soper's Streak linksters finally broke the ice with a 326-335 victory oVer Kewanee here Wednesday afternoon. The,' Silver Streak varsity lost its, first two matches on the road this season against Pekin and Rock Island Alleman. However, Wednesday's win puts its record at three and two for the year. Streak senior Doug Allens- wortiji led Galesburg by firing a 74 6ver the par 71 Baker Park course. Rusty Cunningham was second medalist for the Streaks witb'an 82, followed by Danny Douglas' 84 and an 86 turned in by Chuck Hines. Bill Klapp ani|.,$cott Bitcon rounded out the varsity scoring for the Streaks with an 89 and 91, respectively. Jerry Dragolovich and Steve Nosalik shared scoring honors for the Boilermakers with 82s, and Rich Miller shot an 83. The GHS junior varsity was unable to make it a clean sweep, losing to Kewanee 357-362. Jerome Contro headed the young Streaks with an 87. Galesburg plays Kewanee again this afternoon at Bunker Links' WHA Standings By United Press International (Semifinals) (Best of Seven) East w. I. gf ga New England 10 3 2 Cl€veiand 0 12 3 West ^" u w. 1. gf ga Winnipeg 0 0 0 0 Houston 0 0 0 0 'Wednesday's Results New England 3 Cleveland 2 '^uwlliursday 's Games Cleveland at New England Bel], Apologizes NEW YORK (UPI) - Har a s s m e n t charges against Eddie Bell were adjourned Wednesday after the New York Jets' wide receiver formally apobgized to a city policeman. Knox Loses Doubleheader With Northwestern 3-1, 1-0 EVANSTON-The breaks were going the other way here Wednesday afternoon as the Knox Siwashers dropped both ends of a doubleheader with Northwestern University 3-1 and 1 -0. A 2-run homer by Northwest- em made the difference in the first game. In the second game, the Wildcats brought in a run in the bottom of the first extra inning. The pair of losses drops Knox to .500 for the season. The Si- wash have posted three victories against three defeats. Knox returns home Saturday for a doubleheader with Midwest Conference foe, Grinnell College. The Siwash play at the Major League Box Scores Chicago *b r hbl Jatnei S 1 1 0 Beckcrt 3 0 10 Wll'lams 3 0 0 OlMUner Santo 4 0 Card'nal 3 0 Peplfna 3 o Hundley 3 0 Kei'nger 4 0 Burrls 1 0 Gura 0 0 Htser 0 0 Aker 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Har'on MUlan Naw York ab r hbl 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 Theod'e 3 0 o o Dyer 3 0 2 0 Martl'z 0 0 0 0 Grota 10 0 0 MaU'ck 2 0 0 0 ToUl 30 0 '6 0 Staub Jones Oar'ett Total 30 1 6 0 Score by innings: Chicago —.100 000 OOO-l New York 000 000 OOO-O LOB^hicago 9, New York fl. SB — Jamea, S — Beckart, Hiier, Matlack. . . h raiMio 4 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 6 115 7 Burrig (W1-0) Oura 1 Aker . . — 3 MaUack (Ll-2) ..9 . . . . . Burris pitched to, one batter in sixth. SaviB—Aker (2nd). WP—Matlack. T—2:38. A—14,374. Pltiiliutth ab r hbl Cash 4 1 Sang'len 6 1 Oliver 5 2 StargeU Clines Hebner Rob't'h May Alley Moose Walker S 2 0 0 4 1 0 0 a 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brock Size're S Cruz 3 Torre 3 Sim'ona 4 Reltz 3 jMel'ez 4 Tyson 2 ICrosby 1 And'on Busse Wise Stein Sanfnl St. LouU ab r hbl 0 0 0 13 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 And'wt 0 0 0 n McCa'r 10 0 0 Total 39 8 12 8 1 Total 34 2 8 2 Score by Innings: PittsburRh 400 000 031-8 St. Louis 000 000 020—2 DP—Pittsburgh 1. LGB—Pitts­ burgh a, St, Loul* 9. 2B—Robertson, Melandez, San- gulllen, Oliver. HR—SUrgell (3). \p h r «f bb ao Moose (W 2-0) Walker Wise (Ll-1) Santorini Andrews V3 8 1 ?'3 0 7 7 0 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 0 0 10 4 4 15 3 2 0 0 2 2 11 Santorini pltchad to two batters in 8th. Save—Walker (1). PB—Simmoni. T—2:30. A-«,28S. Sets Record LAWRENCE, Kan. (UPI) Bill Hancock, competing only in his second decathlon, set world high jump record for decathlon competition of 7-feet- 1 Wednesday and took a 'commanding lead after the first 'five events in the Kansas ^ i Relays decathlon. Texaa Nelson Harrah Epstein Carty Johns'n Bur'ghs BlUl'ga Lovitlo Maddox Paul Gogol'ki 0 0 0 Stanh'se 0 0 0 Fouault 0 0 0 •b t hbl 5 110 a 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 a 0 0 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 0 Total 35 5 9 3 IJeter Kelly Andr'a Allen Melton Hend'n Reich't 3 1 Leon 3 0 Orta 4 0 Brink'n 3 0 Wood 0 0 Forater 0 0 CMeago ab r hbl 3 11 10 0 4 2 2 3 1 3 4 1 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Total 32 6 g 6 Score by Innings: Texas 103 100 000—5 Chicago 400 110 OOx—« E-OrU 3. DP-Chlcago 2. LOB- Texaa 5, Chloago 5. 2B-Han>«h. AUen. 3B—Allen. HR -Allen (3), Melton (3). SB—Reich, ardt. Ip h t Of bbao Paul V? 5 4 4 0 0 Gogolewskl .. . 3% 1 1 1 2 3 Stanhouae (LO -2) 3 3 110 3 Fouault .„... 1 0 0 0 1 1 Wood (W 3 -2) 9 5 2 2 3 Forater .... 0 0 0 0 0 Save—Forater (1). WP—Stan house. PB—Brinkman 3. T—2i09. A—5,545. New York abthbl Larke 5 0 11 White 4 111 F. Alou 5 112 Murcer 5 12 0 NetUes 4 0 0 0 Hart 4 13 1 Munson 4 2 3 2 Swob'da 3 10 0 Michael 3 0 2 0 Merilch 0 0 0 0 McDan'l 0 0 0 0 Balllmete abrhbl Refund 4 110 Grich ^^4 1 3 0 Powell 3 12 1 Wil'ams 4 112 iBaylor 4 0 0 0 Rob'on 4 0 0 0 'Blair 4 0 10 Cro'ley 3 0 0 0 Bel'ger 4 0 0 0 CueHar 0 0 0 0 Jacka'n 0 0 0 0 Total Mi's! Illinois State Penitentiary on Sunday. The game was tied 1*1 going into the Sixth inning of the opener. Northwestern scored first in the bottom of the fourth, and Knox had come back to even the score in the top of the fifth. However, the home run smash by Bauer in the sixth inning proved to be the differ ence. Knox pitching ace Jim Fennema was credited with his first loss of the season and now has a 2-1 record. Gurkins got the win for Northwestern. Righfielder Jim Spieth went two for three at the plate for Knox. Bob Prout and T m Smith also got two hits. For the Wildcats, both Bauer and McCarthy knocked out two base hits. Pitcher Kelly Cohoon had a 3-hit shutout going through the seven innings of regulation play in the second game of the afternoon. But Knox had not been able to score either, and the game went into extra Innings. After the Siwash did not bring in a run in the top of the eighth, Northwestern loaded the bases off Cohoon in the bottom of the eighth. A single by the Wildcats brought in the winning run. Smith led the Knox offense with two hits in three trips to the plate. Total 37 7 13 7 Score by innings: New York 000 Oil 005—7 Baltimore 003 OOO 010—4 E--Larke. LOB—New York 7, Baltimore 5. 2B—Rettenmund, Orich, HR—Williams (2), Munson (2), F. Alou (2). S—Michael. tp h Medich 7 a McDaniei (W1-0) 2 0 Cueliar (LO-2) fl 10 Jackson 8 3 T—2:30. A—10,138. r erbbso 4 3.23 0 0.01 6 5 3 4 2 2 0 0 xnox Spieth Henderson Wollitz Prout Smith Ryan Fennema George Strom Boiler (First Oame^ ab r h 3 1 2 3 0 0 ittrthwesiarn 0 0 Scheldt I Nelson Spreitzer Dekaa Bauer McCarthy 3 ab t 1 0 3 0 3 1 2 0 3 2 0 JGrzelak'ki 2 o Skarin 2 Fuller 2 McMuilen 0 Gurkins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 24 1 4 I Total 21 3 6 Score by innings: Knox 000 010 0-1 Northwestern —. 000 102 x—3 T>» ,i.r ., Ip h r erbbso McMullen 4 2 0 0 2 4 Gurkins (W) 3 2 112 0 Fennema (L2-1) 5 3 3 2 3 AHL Standings By United Press International (Semifinals) (Best of Seven) w. 1. gf ga Nova Scotia Boston Cincinnati Virginia 1 0 0 1 w. I. 0 0 0 0 8 1 1 8 gf ga C 0 0 0 Wednesday's Results Nova Scotia 8 Boston 1 Knox Spieth Boiler Wollitz Prout Smith Henderson 3 0 Fennema 3 0 Cohoon 3 0 Strom 3 0 (Second Otmo) Metthweatein ab r 2 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 •b r h 3 0 0 3 0 a 0 3 0 3 0 Skarin Nelson Spreiuer Bauer Oekas McCarthy 3 Grzelak'kt 3 Fuller 2 Gross 2 Songhelm 0 IGoldberg 0 Total 27 0 41 Total Score by Innings: Knox Northwestern 24 1 5 Sonpheim Goldberg (W) Cohoon (L 1-2) OOO 000 00—0 000 000 01—1 ip h r ar bb ao 4 4 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 5 8 5 114 0 Bob McAd< Chosen NBA Top Rookie BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) Bob McAdoo, who had to make a difficult adjustment from center to forward in his first season with the Buffalo Braves of the National Basketball Association, today was named NBA Rookie of the Year. The 6*9 McAdoo, who averaged 17.8 points a game in his first season as a pro, received 12.8 of the possible 17 votes. Closest to him was Portland's Lloyd Neal who received 3.7 points. The Greensboro, N.C. native, contacted by telphone at his home, said he felt he was selected because "of playing time, I guess. I got to play more than a lot of other rookies." However, McAdoo, the Braves' N. 1 draft choice last year, hit 39 points In a game gainst Seattle and averaged 9.2 rebounds a giame to walk away with the ro<^ie honors. He later hit 39 points in another game and closed the season with a remarkable 45 points against Houston. "I feel real good about it," he said. "I had A little trouble adjusting from center to ftM-ward, but I felt more comfortable later in the season." He won the honors despite the poor season and third-place finish of Buffalo in the Atlantic Division of the NBA. McAdoo, who has a few credits left to get his degree at North Carolina, plans to return to school this summer and work towards his degree in the recreation field. For his achievement, he'll receive the NBA's Rookie of the Year trophy along with a check for $300. "I've always felt the honors will take care of themselves," he commented. "I'd really'like to make the playoffs next yew." Rowden Acquired HOUSTON (UPI) - The Houston Oilers announced Wednesday that they have acquired linebacker L. D. Rowden from the Chicago Bears for an undisclosed draft choice. ' I u Joan Really Wanted Pro Tryout Scots Score Double Win Overlowans MONMOUTH-The Monmouth Oollega basebail team a doubleheader Wednesday with the Univer^y of Dui>uc|ue. Monmouth won the first game 7-2 and DUbU(iue took 4he nightcap Glen Fritz was on the mound for Monmouth in the first game and Phil Ui^ia for the Uni versity of Dubuque. Monniiouth quk4(ly went to work against Lewis in the bottom of the first Al Shepherd was safe on an error, and back to back doubles by Steve Rueckert and BUI Wag* ner accounted for the runs with Wagner's hit driving both runs in. Monmouth added a single run in the second on walks to Mike Gripe and Fritz and a single by Bill Seiple. A Gary Meyer home run lead* ing off the filth cut the Monmouth lead to 3-1, but Monmouth scored twice in the fifth and sixth imiings to wrap up the same. In the fifth, Shepherd and Rueckert walked; Wagner doubled Shepherd home and Tom Satterly Singled Rueckert in. In the sixth, Cripe was safe on an error, went to third on a single by Seiple, and scored on a suigle by Shepherd. Seiple scored on a bad throw in from the outfield. Dubuque's other run was in the top of the seventh on a single by Tom Holland, a waJk to Meyer, a single Kevin O'Neill to load the bases and a wild pitch brought the run in. Fritz struck out the last batter to end the ball game. For the game, Fritz struck out 10 and wafted two and allowed only six hits. Lewis struck out two and ^valked four and gave up seven ninsand nine hits, including three by Wagner and two by Seiple and Satterly. Second game pitchers were Butch Avery for Monmouth and Harry Krahn for the University of Dubuque. Dubuque took advantage of a Monmouth error to score two runs in the top of the first, ken RoSehberry was safe oh an error and scored on a doUUe by Meyer who scored on a single by O'Neill. -Dubuque made It a 3-0 ball game in tlie fourth as Meyer walked and O'Neill was safe on a fielder's choice. Tom Holland singled O'Neill to third. O'Neill then scored on a sacrifice bunt by Kevin Johnson. It was 4-0 in the sixth as Krahn singled, was sacrificed to second, and scored on Holland's hit.' Monmouth got all their runs in the sixth as Rueckert singled and Wagner homered deep to right center. Satterly and £n- trup walked before Plummer struck out. Cripe then walked to load the bases and Avery hit mto a fielder's diolce to score the third run. Monmouth threatened in the seventh but could not score the tying run. Avery struck out five and waUced one while allowing six btis. Only two of the four runs were earned. Krahn struck out six, walked five and gave up six hits in getting the victory. 76er8 Lose NBA's No. 1 Draft Pick By IRA MILLER UPI Sports Writer NB3W YORK (UPI) - Even though the Philadelphia 78ers have not played a game for nearly a month, they still are providing proof that they are the worst team in pro basketball histoid. Record-setting losers on the court, the 76ers became losers off it, too, when their refusal leave well enough alone cost them a first*rouhd draft choice Wednesday. The National Basketball Association's board of governors, after a nine-hour meeting, returned to the Seattle Super- Sonics their first pick-*the No. 4 choice in the entire draft— which NBA Commissioner Wal* ter Kennedy originally had given Philadelfriiia as compensation for John Brisker. And because the meeting took so long, the draft itself, which originally had been scheduled for last Jlohday and then Was postponed 'Mill today, was set back again, this time to next Tuesday. "We are bitterly disappointed in the action of tha-board^' said General Manager Don DeJar* din, but he had to be content with the knowledge that Kennedy's decision never would have been challenged if the 76ers had not decided to take the matter to court. Kennedy ordered the top Seattle draft chofce to Philadelphia after Brisker, a star in the rival ABA who had been on PhUadelphia's "nefotlation list,'* signed with Seattle. Philadelphia, fearful th« Sonics would protest the decision in court, took it to court itself, and lost. A judge ruled thatonly the league's board of governors, not the commissioner, could to settle the issue, and that's-What happened Wednesday. "It is entirely Inconsistent with the indications gWen previously by the board that it would totally support the position assumed by Commissioner Walter Kennedy," De- Jardin complained. Philadelphia, whose 9*73, record assured it the No. l choice, would have had two of the top four picks in the draft if It got Seattle's plck^ ^. Instead, the board of governors decided to give the 76ers a bonus selection,at the end of the, first round—the No. 18 choice.instead of No. 4—plus Seattle's second-round choices in both this year's and next year's draft. . The board said that Seattle had not wUlfully violated the NBA constitution by signing Brisker, but instead was guilty of a "technical" violation. The Sonics were fined $10,000 in addition to losing the two second-round choices. Cunningham, Wise Sparkle In ABA Division Playoffs By United Press International Billy Cunningham and Willie Wise showed Just why they're American Basketball Association All-Stars Wednesday night. Cunningham, playing with a sprained back, scored 32 points to lead the Carolina Cougars to a 102-91 victory over the Kentucky Colonels in the Eastern Division .playoffs, and Wise collecfgd 28 points, including the winning basket with 58 seconds left, as the Utah Stars edged the Indiana Pacers, 104103, in the Western Playoffs. The victories left both best-of- seven series tied at two games apiece. Cunningham, held to only 14 points in his last game against Kentucky, gave the kind of performance that led to his being named the league's Most Valuable Player this, season. In addition to his 32 points, Cunningham pulled down 13 rebounds and had five assists. "How do you stop a guy like that?", asked Kentucky's Walt Simon,, who did manage to hold him in their last meeting. "The way he played tonight, I've got a debt to settle with him when we meet again Friday night. But I hope his back is better then because he seems to be a terror when he's hurting." "Actually my , back didn't hurt me as much when I was moving as when I stopped playing," said Cunningham. "I pulled a muscle in my back when I was driving for the hoop in the third quarter. I'll get some treatments for It and it should be okay Friday." Cunningham said a major factor in the victory was Carolina's containment of 7- foot-2 Artis Gllmore, the league's leading rebounder who managecf only nine Wednesday night. Mack Calvin added 23 points for the (Cougars, who took a three-point lead at the half and then broke open the game in the third quarter. Dan Issel had 31 for Kentucky and reserve Wendell Ladner hit 23, Including three three-point field goals. The Stars overcame Indiana's big home court advantage, mainly on the work of Wise and Jimmy Jones. Wise connected on a layup with 58 seconds left and neither team was abU to score for the remainder of the game as the Pacers suffered their first home loss after 18 consecutive victories. Jones had 34 points to lead the Stars while George McGinnis collected 36 for the Pacers. ByFREDMcMANE UPI Sports Writer N|:W YORK (UPI) - Joan Kors insists it was no gag. Tlie attractive 25-year-old brunette from Merrick, N.Y., says she was completely serioiis when she attempted to try put for the Philadelphia Eagles' professional football team last Friday. A'former model who stands 5- foot'9 and weighs 120 pounds, Miss Kors showed up at the Eagles' camp in Philadelphia with the intent of trying out for wide receiver but was given a fast shuffle by the Eagles and never even got to run a wind sprint. (The fact that the Eagles didn't take her seriously is rather ironic, since nobody has been taking the Eagles seriously for years). Her arrival at the practice field caught everyone by surprise and created quite a stir among newsmen and photographers. Her picture was carried nationally by UPI and most people across the country no doubt thought it was just a publicity gimmick drummed up by the women's liberation movement. That Wasn't the Case That wasn't the case at all, however. Miss Kors, you see, is a fanatic football fan and a gung-ho athlete who competes regularly against men in touch football, Softball and volleyball leagues. So, when she saw a notice in a local newspaper announcing the tryout session she couldn't resist. "I've played ball all my life and football is my favorite sport. The notice said 'ANYONE interested' and I consider myself an anyone, so I decided to see what happens," said shoes in my hand," says Joan. "He said 'whose are those' and I said 'they're mine' and he said 'you're not?' I told him I was and he said 'what,position did you want to try out for?' and I said wide receiver. So he called over Boyd Dowler, who's the receiver coach and said 'Boyd, this is Joan, a friend of Joan, who when she is not busy i mine from New York and she playing ball is a legal secretary for a Garden City, N.Y., law firm. What she found out was that wants to try out for receiver and she's all yours.' "He said to me 'you can't try out' but they were very nice male chauvuiism was very j about it. Then he called over much alive in Philadelphia. Accompanied by two male companions who also were kind of rough and I thought I would get a chance to try out," says Joan. "I thought they might get some publicity out of it. I didn't care if that was their reason as long as I got to try out. Maybe they thought that if I did they'd be in trouble. I really don't know. But it was definitely 'You cannot try out because you're a girl.' I told them I was an 'anyone', but they said 'A female anyone is not the same as a male anyone.' A lot of reporters said why don't you sue them? But, I said they're being so nice to me, it's hard to do that." Motorcycle Races A9IN6D0N FALL FESTIVAL GROUNDS Abingdon, III. Soturdoy, April 21, 1973 Prach'co 6:30 p .m. • - * Rocea 8 p .m. (Head Coach) Mike McCormick, introduced me to him and told him who I was. He gohig to try out for the team,i(McCormick) put his arm , , , Joan, adorned in sweatsuit and around me and said, 'Now be a .u^'^* u " • ^"^'"Pt to crack sneakers and carrying her good girl, you can't try out but ' football shoes, managed to get if you're really good you can onto the field and walked up to!catch pggg before you go Assistant Coach Walt Michaels, home' " an old friend. .Joan, who spent the rest of/'"'' ''"fy ^" He Thought It Was a Joke |the afternoon catching passes "He thought it was a joke at first and then he noticed my Mild TOMORROW Time to ln.suiste WHITE'S PHONE .342 0JS5 on the sidelines for the TV cameras, admits she was surprised by the Eagles' 'reaction to lier. On the way idown to Philadelphia she never doubted for a moment that they would let her try out. Plays in a Touch League the sex barrier in pro football was undoubtedly applauded by women's libbers all over the country, but Joan admits she the movement. "I'm sympathetic to the women's lib movement to the degree where I feel there should be equal opportunity and pay for everybody," says Joan. "But I'm a woman and I like being a woman ... I'd just like "I've been playing In a touch to be a man, maybe for two league with blocJilng and it's ilioui's every Sunday." FALSTAFF 6 Pk. NR 's 95^ 24 NRS CM* ^ BUDWEISER 12 pk cons $2.38 FALSTAFF 6 Pk. NR 's 95^ 24 NRS CM* ^ MILLIRS 12 pk cont $2.09 FALSTAFF 6 Pk. NR 's 95^ 24 NRS CM* ^ ILUf RIIION OLD STYLI 12 pk cons $2.19 SCHUTZ - HAMMS 12 Pak $2.38 ILUf RIIION OLD STYLI 12 pk cons $2.19 VODKA. 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