Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 29
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Cards play Coug ars can jump Gene Bounds (50) of SIU goes up with teammate Champ Summers (42) lor a rebound in Tuesday niglit's game at Edwardsvillc against University of Illinois (Chicago circle). SIU won to raise its record to 9 - 2. Cougars polish off record at impressive 9 • O<ft EDWARDSVILLE — Southern Illinois-University- Edwardsville defeated Illinois- Chicago Circle, 96-70, in a basketball game played here Tuesday night. Rich Essington caught fire for 33 • points and Champ Summers chipped in 25 as the Cougars held a 47-31 halftime lead while cakewalking to their ninth victory in 11 starts. Denny Throneburg also set an SIU free throw accuracy mark, hitting six straight to run his three-game string to 14 in a row. His free throw percentage is now .913, ranking among - the nation's leaders. Essington fired in 18 of his ILL.-CHICAGO CIRCLE SI 39—70 SIU . 47 4!)—!)G ILLINOIS-CHICAGO—Rimke 7, Jvozaitis 3, Plsen 20, Demos 20, Manson 0, Wonais 13, Lenis 4, Cannata 3. FG 26, FT 18, PF 22. SIU — Bloemer 1, Bounds 4, Brown 10, Carroll 0, Essington 33, James 0, Katlch 1, LicMfoot 2, Nelson 2, Summers 25, Throneburg IB, Wltthoft 4. FG 30, FT 24, PF 21. the opening half, grabbed off- 10 points in Summers rebounds. Greg Olsen and George Demos each had 20 points for the losers. rs ST. ' OH*; — T!!''-"-e ni'>'-e Cnrd : nr's. t\vn of wlvim wore acquired in off-sr-nse.n trades. have H'l'ied 'heir 1071 contracts. General Manager Ring Devine nnronnced today. Th p y are pitchers Mike Torrez and Moe Drabowsky and utility infielder Dick Schofiold. Torre?.. 24-year-old righthander, had an 8-10 record and a 4.22 earncd-run- averap? for the Cardinals last year. lie highlighted his season by pitching a one- hitter against Montreal at St. Louis on April 15. The 35-year-old Drabowsky. a relief specialist, came to the Cardinals from the Baltimore Orioles last Nov. 30 in exchange for infielder Jerry DaVanon. The veteran righthander pitched fur both Kansas City and Baltimore in the American League last year, posting a 1-2 record for the Royals and a 4-2 mark for the world champion Orioles. Tie lias a career mark of 81-103. including a 34-4!) record in the National League. Schofield, 36, came to the Cardinals from the Boston Red Sox last. Oct. 21 in exchange for first, baseman Jim Campbell. > is (uned All-American KDWARDSVILLE — Jack Blake. Southern Illinois University's diminutive (5-5) soccer team forward, has been named to the 1970 All- American Soccer team announced today by the United States Soccer Coaches Association. Blake, 21-year-old senior, is a native of SI. Louis. Transferring f r o m Florissant Valley Junior College after his freshman season, Blake played a key role in the development, under Coach Bob Guelker, of SlU's soccer program which has landed the Cougars in two post-season National Collegiate Athletic Association tournaments. Taylor I 'nine Tr'seraph Wednesday, January 6, 1971 B4S I erne NEW YOTIK (AD — Hence Taylov. the rwnerhack mid punt return specialist \vlio Bills hand Salukis 8470 loss CARBONDALE - St. Louis University's Billlkens defeated Southern Illinois University's Salukis, 84-70, here Tuesday night. Carlos Marlin/e and Jim Irving had 22 and 19 points, respectively, for the winners,' who now have a 7-6 record. Greg Stnrrick led the Safukis with 20; L. C. Brassficld had 18 and John Garrett 13. St. Louis U. led at. halftime, 38-30. The .Billikens hit 28 of 62 field attemtps for .452 and grabbed 48 rebounds. The Salukis hit 25 of 69 from the field for .362 and had 38 caroms keyed -San F'Yniv. ic co's \ipM>l of Minnesota, was nanvd hy The Associatrrl Press today as the Nation;:! Foot Vu II League's Defensive Rookie of the Year. Taylor, who joined the 4!'ers out of Roston University, received 23 votes from a special panel of sports writers and sportscasters. Jim Files, the New York Giants middle linebacker from Oklahoma, was second with 14 votes in the balloting that encompassed both the National and American Conference. Previously separate polls were conducted for the National and American Football Leagues. Mike Reid. Cincinnati's piano-playing tackle from Penn State, was third and the high vote-getter for the American Conference with nine. Quarterback Dennis Shaw of the Hui'faUi IM'ls was named top offensive rookie Tuesday. "Punt returns are my thing, 1 ' says Taylor who didn't score any touchdowns doing his thing but did it well enough to lead the National Conference bv returning 43 '0 "'\ on Kr-.'e tii 1i':c to r<i!r.1-' " s;iys i av'r>!' IniT-t s! velum VMS his t\vo hi': ones were and :ln v.-inls that s louchdmMis in San i-isco's 17-1-? upset o! cms. ••f mv of ha\ e c ii." .•:;;•. s ';';•• i Amhoy, N..!.. li;;r!, I 1 .' !..',•:. •<:.'• •:M-ils. "1 \v;iHi II v." noil as il i'. '".!'• of of Per ran !;oii T \vatrh the Coverage and try nnd find a hdle. After I decide v.'liore I'm Bering, ! concentrate on catching the hall." At. rornrrbnrk, one of the most difficult positions to play. Taylor intorceptccl three passes and returned one 70 vards. ST. LOUIS U. (84) Plnyer l<n|>ers Slalhvorth L.wUrtU 1 Irving Wado l.oonnixl Willinins 1-rnlloy Totnls P.' 2 3 2 I 1 (1 2 2 SIU (70) Plnyer Hnisfiiild llronlw PowU'S Stiirrick Marker (inn ell llawllKirne Jli'sslck Portiifjnl Bradley Molnnr |JT n i 0 n. ii* 4 4 1 0 0 0 r u 2 o 2 1 r> i 0 n n 3 Tolas ST. I.QUIS U SIU 28 20 Pf /I 25 20 2G •10—84 40—70 Work Clothes that to men on the job KYANIZE PAINT 1>IASA CORNERS AL/TON PLAZA WILSHIRK VILLAGE CIIATKAU DKS FUCUKS SHOPPING CENTERS AND DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER Haywood playini teams protestiiij )9 AUTOMOTIVE CENTER! ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DIAL 465-4271 OPEN DAILY 8 AM TO S PM By BRUCE LOWITT Writer Spencer Haywood did his thing once again—and Baltimore joined the list of National Basketball Association teams doing theirs. Haywood, recently signed by Seattle after becoming disenchanted with his contract with Denver of the rival American Basketball Association, was on the court again Tuesday night. But the 6-foot-9 star, last season's ABA Most Valuable Player, couldn't keep the Bullets from snooting down the SuperSonics 10D-101. hi other NBA action, Detroit whipped Atlanta 98-90, Portland edged Boston 124120, Philadelphia beat San Francisco 97-92, Chicago clubbed San Diego 116-103 and Cincinnati stomped Los Angeles 146-112. In the ABA, Indiana nipped Memphis 9288, Texas blitzed Pittsburgh 142-133 and Utah trimmed Denver 114-99. Despite winning, the Bullets announced they were filing a protest against Haywood's presence, becoming the sixth NBA tiQam to take issue with Seattle's acquisition of the former University of Detroit star. The clubs contend the Sonics violated an NBA rule which prohibits the signing of a player before his college class is graduated. Haywood, whose class graduates this June, turned pro after his sophomore year. Several teams are also insisting that Haywood's name be placed in the upcoming NBA draft and say Seattle's action could result in wholesale raids of college players by the pros. But Len Wilkens, the Sonics' player-coach, replied: "We're not the ones who are violating the rules. The ABA already has. "He's not a college player," Wilkens said. "He's a pro. He is in the open market. I get •tired of other teams suing us because we signed him. They Wanted to sign him too." Wilkens led Seattle against Baltimore with 27 points while Haywood scored 14, equalling the output in his NBA debut Monday night, a 124-110 loss in Milwaukee. The Bullets, overcoming a nine-point deficit, rallied in the final period as Earl Monroe hit 10 of his 24 for points. Gus Johnson also tallied 24 for the Central Division leaders. Howard Komives' six points in the final four minutes enabled the Pistons to break an 86-86 tie and pull away from Atlanta. Otto Moore topped Detroit with 22. Lou Hudson of the Hawks hit 32. Portland opened a 12-point fourth-quarter lead, then had to scramble to fight off Boston in the opener of a doubleheader in Philadelphia's S,p e c t r u m . Geoff Petrie > and Rick Adelman, who led the Trail Blazers with 28 and 27 points respectively, hit the clutch baskets that sank the Celtics, led by JoJo White with 24. 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