Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 28, 1970 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, December 28, 1970
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•2 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, Dec. 28, 1970 Some effort' Sidney NEW YORK (AP) - Suntanned Sidney Salomon Jr. wore an ear-to-ear grin outside the St. Louis BlueS dressing room. "That was some effort," grinned Salomon, "some ef' fort." the Blues are the most successful of the National Hockey League's expansion franchises with two West Division titles and three straight appearances in the Stanley Cup finals. Still, they can enjoy the accomplishment of showing up an established team and that's just what Salomon's club did lo New Cavaliers on winning binge: two By KEN RAPPOPORT The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a winning streak. Two in a row. That may not sound like a lot for most teams, but it is for them. "That's a heck of a streak for us," Coach Bill Fitch said Sunday night after his tattered expansion club beat the Philadelphia 76ers 114-101 in t h e National Basketball Association Sunday night. The victory was extra sweet, for it was also the Cavalier's first success over an established team. "We take all our defeats together and now we're going to take the victories, ""said Fitch, whose club's mark still Is a painful 5-37. Chicago beat San Diego 110101; Los Angeles 'belted Phoenix 128-110; Portland spilled Boston 135-123 and New York tripped Baltimore 110-105 in Sunday's other NBA games. In the American Basketball Association, it was Utah 125, Virginia 119; New York 114, Kentucky 108; Texas 124, Pittsburgh 116; Memphis 109, Indiana 106 and Carolina 122, Floridians 114. In the NBA Saturday night. Cleveland beat Buffalo 120117; Detroit turned back Chicago 117-114; Milwaukee crushed San Francisco 1311 1 1 ,«- Cincinnati trimmed Atlanta 130-118;. Phoenix bounced Portland 115-103 and Seattle ripped Boston. 124-117. Fitch, usually eloquent in defeat, didn't have much to say after Sunday night's victory. He let, his wallet do the talking instead. The personable, good-humored coach, who fined the Cavaliers a dollar a point when the 76ers beat them 14187 on Nov; 2, gave the $54 back Sunday night. Joe Cooke, who had one of his worst games in that last Philadelphia flogging, came off the bench and helped the Cavaliers win their latest. Bob Love pitched in 32 points for Chicago,' scoring 13 in the final quarter to keep the Bulls ahead of San Diego. The Rockets managed to tie it at 94, but Love threw in 10 of the Bulls' next 14 to put it away. Jerry West led Los Angeles with 35 points and 14 assists and Wilt Chambenain added 28 points and Happy Hairstori, 22. Neal Walk had 20 for Phoenix. Portland hit GO per cent from the field in the first quarter and rolled past Boston behind Geoff Petrie's 31 points and Walt Frazier scored five straight points in the final 90 seconds to break a tie for New York. Sports shorts NORWALK, Conn. (AP) Ted Hayes, Jr., a 30-year-old from Georgia, and JoAnne Gunderson Garner, a 30-year- old from Rhode Island, were named today the 1970 professional golf tournament Rookies of the Year by Golf Digest magazine. ASBURY PARK, N.J. (AP) **• Bob Bazley of the Shore Athletic Club won the 5,000- meter run in 16:13 and John Kliifton of the New York Athletic Club won the 10-mile wajk in 1:19:12 in the seventh annual Asbury Park Boardwalk Polar Bear Track Meet , Big 10 Standings York Sunday night. Third period goals by Bill McCreary and Red Berenson earned the Bides a 4-4 tie with the Rangers in a game which saw them trailing by three goals lalo in the second period. The Rangers have been unbeatable in their own rink this season going 18 games without a setback at home. So the tie, especially after trailing 3-0 and 4-1, felt awfully good to Salomon and the Blues. It didn't sit quite as well with Emile Francis, whose Hangers have blown 4-2 leads in the third period of their last two starts. "We just ran out of steam, that's all," said Francis. "We've had six games in nine days and another one coming up Tuesday. With all the travel in between, we're a tired hockey club." The Rangers weren't too tired not to fight. They brawled the Blues to the tune of 80 penalty -minutes including 10 majors and one misconduct whistled down by Referee Art Skov. New York bunched first period goals by Jim Neilson, Dave Balon and Walt tkaczuk for the early lead. Gary Sabourin of St. Louis and Pete Stemkowski of New York swapped early goals in the second period and then Jim Lorentz took advantage of some sloppy Ranger clearing to score the Blues' second goal with just 1:15 left in the middle period. McCreary made it 4-3 less than one minute into the third period and then the Rangers pressured Blues' goalie Ernie Wakely. Berenson broke up the attack at the blue line and went the length of the rink to beat goalie Gilles Villemure for the tying goal. A similar third-period letdown cost the Rangers five goals and a 7-4 loss in Detroit Saturday night. Elsewhere in the NHL Sunday, Buffalo beat Detroit 5-2 and Montreal took Philadelphia 4-2. In other Saturday games, Pittsburgh downed Boston 4-2, Chicago dropped Vancouver 42, St. Louis tied Minnesota 11, Montreal tied Buffalo 4-4, Los Angeles trampled California 9-3 and Toronto blasted Philadelphia 9-1. llookie Marc Tardif connected for his first NHL hat trick, scoring three times in Montreal's victory over Philadelphia. Two goals by Tardif and one by Billy Collins had given the Canadians a 3-0 edge but the Flyers bounced back with goals 34 seconds apart by Jimmy Johnson and Guy Hendron. That cut Montreal's edge to 3-2 but the Canadiens tacked on a third period goal by Tardif to wrap up the victory. The loss stretched Philadelphia's winless string to eight games. Power play goals by Gordie Howe—his third in two games— and Tom Webster got Detroit off in front. Then goals by Atkinson and Floyd Smith tied the score for Buffalo in the second period. Don Marshall broke the tie for Buffalo early in the final period and then Paul Andrea connected with two Red Wings in the penalty Atkinson's breakaway capped the victory for Sabres. SATURDAY box. goal the sf." Louis'" o " o—i ,i« irst vC er i?, d: No sc °ring. Pen? T? J u/ W tii Pla 6 er 2:2 °; Williams 8:37; W. Plager 12:54. Second Period: 1. St. Louis, Berenson 12 (unassisted) 18:49. Penalties; Harris 14:32. D ™rd Perlpd: 2. Minnesota, fnno n 7 <9° lds W°>''hy, Williams) 10:09. Penalties: Ecclestone 8-42 SHOTS ON GOAL MINNESOTA 11 5 <w> 5 ST LOUIS 11 14 7-32 Ooaltenders: Minnesota, Man- aivo; St. Louis, Hall. A—18.292. SUNDAY oCOHL: B ST. LOUIS „ s. ,_ NEW YORK 3 1 d First Period—1. New York Neilson 4 (unassisted) 8:43; 2. New York Balon 20 (T. Kaczuk. Fair- barln) 14:52; 3. New York-' Tkac- zuk U (Balon, Park) 19:02, Pen- allies—Horton 9:38, LorenU 16:12; Farbarln 16:12, Picard (major and minor) 16:57, Stewart (major) 16:57. Second Period—4. St. Louis Sa. bourln 9 (Barclay, Plager) 5:05: 5. New York, Stemkowski 8 (Nev' in. Horton) 7:11; (j. St. Louis Lorentz (St. Marseilles) 18:45. Penalties: Bob Plager (Major) 7:1 Bedgirvine. Second Period—4. St. Louis Sabourin 8 (Barclay, Plager) '5:05; 5. New York, Stemkowski 5 (Nevin, Horton) 7:11; 6. St. Louis Lorentz (St. Marseilles) 18:45. Penal, ties: Bob Plager (Major) 7:11, Irvine (major) 7:11, Billy Plager (10-minute misconduct) 7:J1, Fair- pa'rn 9:26, Sabourin (major) 13:06), Arbour (major) 3:06), St. Louis zench, (13:06). Egers (ma"1:06, Park (ma- , jor and minor) 13: jpr( 13:06). hird Indiana L. Pet. Pts. OP. . Iowa . Third Perlod-r7. St. Louis Mo- Creary g (Bordeleau, Barclay, Plager) 0:52; 8. St. touts Berenson 13 (unassisted) 6:16. Penalties—Arbour (minor and major) 0:34; Irvine (minor and major) 0:34; Picard 3:24. SHOTS ON COAL ST LOUIS 9 10 6—21 NEW YORK 8 1? lT3& v ^oa»e?: sft Louis Wa y kely, New York Villemure. Att.— 17,250. key: defense DALLAS, test. (AP) -- BeStffifS Steroid ffi ftfBf cofiseeBirWj ••! S'tsSfS:,. fli ifte NatitiH ftifttiffi tMgTie playoffs^is gttfflittg for the gaper Bdwi itgaai -with a simple tiNMHyi fieyastating Defense. '"" The ddwtrtfy fiasfflsdfty Defense has outscoted the opposition 84-ft the last 21 quarters, Dallas* defeftdets ' Mven't allowed a touchdown in seven games aid scored a safety in Saturday's 5-0 victory over Detroit to gain the National FootballvCtfftference" Mais. "This is the best deferrse we have ever played,*! said Dallas coach Tom Laffdry, who has seen his team fold in the playoffs the list iour years. "When you ean'Jceep someone ffom crossing'your goal, you den't have to be potent offensively." Dallas' defense has made precious few mistakes in the Cowboy playoff drive. Given up for dead after St. Louis whipped them 38-0 Nov. 16, the Cowboys started their string of zeroes against the opposition. A 6-2 victory over Cleveland was -the defensive highlight until Saturday. Dallas allowed Detroit only seven first downs, 76 yards rushing and 80 yards passing. Quarterback Landry of Detroit said: "The team that beats Dallas has to establish a running game." While Dallas is Stopping the other teams .cold, the Cowboys have deftlaperi the best rushing game in the NFC. Rookie Duane Thomas 18 the workhorse. And he had to beat out last year's Rookie of the Year-Calvin HilMo get to play. Thomas gained 135 yards on 30 carries through the rugged Lion defenders. Football or hockey? Members of both the New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues pileup, ftlottg with tlte official, in a hockey scramble that more resembles football. The contest took place Sunday at Madison Square Garden and saw 10 major penalties which called for fighting in a game that ended deadlocked 4-4. (UPI Wirephoto) Blue-Gray under lights tonight •*. • .*•*'' ' GOOD/YCAR MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Fifty-four college seniors representing schools in the North and South demonstrate their football skills tonight in the first Blue-Gray football game ever played under the lights. Always before, the intersectional all-star show has been staged on the last Saturday in December. It was moved to Monday night this year to avoid television conflict with the pro playoffs. An independent network will televise the game across the nation. Kickoff time is 7:30 p.m., EST. The emphasis on passing in pregame workouts by Blue and Gray coaches alike pointed to a wide-open scramble with the chance of a touchdown bomb on almost any play. As the North's head coach, Bobby Bowden of .West Virginia, analyzed it, "In an all-star game of this type, you have to be able to throw the ball, and catch it, if you want to move it." Bowden brought his own quarterback, Mike Sherwood, to Montgomery with him to share the passing, chores with Frank Harris of Boston College. Paul Dietzel of South Caro- lina, directing the South's strategy, did the same. Tommy Suggs of South Carolina will call the signals when Bill Montgomery of Arkansas isn't in the lineup. Sherwood will captain the' Blue on offense; lineman Jay Wallace of Missouri , oh defense. Montgomery and linebacker Rick Kingrea of Tulane are the South captains. n Jim Rooker proved'again a pitcher can help himself in more ways than one when he collected three game-winning, hits in 1970 for the Kansas City Royals. SAV— MART BELLEVILLE 'WOOD RIVER CARBONDALE COLLWSVILLE Ir COUPON WORTH 12-VOLT 24 Mo. Guarantee Battery Reg. $16.95 INSTALLED IN MINUTES FREE Exch. 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