The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 6, 1971 · Page 27
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Rookie Has Knicks Talking Title Again; Hawks Are Hurting NEW YORK •(UPI) —Dean of Jerry Lucas has helped the Meminger has the New York club tremendously. Lucas, who Knicks talking title again and can operate at cither center or Pete Maravich has the Atlanta forward, collected a game high Hawks-wondering how far they 10 rebounds in 31 minutes of can!advance-without their super _] ay shooting star who is sidelined •«. by mohonucleosis. The Los Angeles Lakers are a unit again with Wilt Chamber- ran mio one Ol W1C ^^^ lain;'. Jerry West and Elgin Defenses in pro basketball. This Baylor operational at the same • ~---i-. r>-i->. -T- titne,<.while the Detroit Pistons are hoping they've developed a power game to match the accelerated pace in the National Basketball-Association. The; four '.clubs played an exhibition doubleheader Tuesday night. Meminger scored 16 points and displayed a veteran's poise as a floor general in New York's 112-91 victory over Atlanta that snapped the previously unbeaten Hawks' seven-game pre-season winning string. was where Pistol Pete's absence was felt the most. The Atlanta sharpshooter would have made the Knicks come out to stop his long range bombing and give the Hawks a chance to drive inside. . "The doctors tell rue that Pete will be out from two to Atlanta "Mara- IN OPENER Los Angeles rolled to a 113108 triumph over Detroit in. the opener. Nobody was more surprised than Meminger when the All- America rookie from Marquette was asked to start in the place of Walt Frazier at one of the guard posts. "Frazier wasn't feeling well and I wanted to get a ball handler in the lineup," said Knick Coach Red Holzman. "Meminger handled the team very well and showed excellent penetration fense." of Atlanta's de- The grinning youngster, play- in" up his talents without actually boasting, said, "I've been working on that penetration move for 15 years, on the playgrounds and in school. When -I drive I have' two alternatives, to pass off or go in for the layup. I'm just using my natural abilities." TOO EARLY Holzman said it was too early . In another section wed be Harris Receives New Atlanta Pact ATLANTA (AP) — "I really with his knees last year, believTthe personnel, consid-he's showing marked improve- erin« the wav the young play- ment. They tall me he lost 25 er? & came alo^g and withpos- pounds by running up and down sible trades and changes, is the the steps at the Wayne State best I've ever taken to. spring stadium a couple of times each training." Luman Harris Wednesday after scored 10 points. The Hawks, doing remarka- 'y well without Maravich in J seven games, finally ran into one of the finest weeks," said Coach Richie Guerin. three vich hasn't played in any of the exhibition games and it will be some time before he. can get into shape." Guerin used Berm Gilliam and Lou Hudson at tiie guards. Gilliam scored 15 points taking only five shots and making four of them. Chamberlain, West and Baylor represent 36 years of play in the NBA. This may be their last season together and they'd like to go out a winner after being also-rans so often. STAY HEALTHY "There's no telling what we can do if we all stay healthy," Baylor said after the Lakers won their third game in seven exhibitions. "I can probably play 40 minutes a game. This was the third straight night we played and I haven't felt any strain." Baylor recalls there were only eight teams and maybe two or three outstanding plavers a season when he| entered the NBA as a rookie in 19r3. Now, he points out. there are always a dozen youngsters making excellent progress each season. Detroit Coach Bill Van Breda Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, October 6, 1971 3D Talented Milwaukee Club Hands Utah 122-114 Loss SALT LAKE CITY'(UPI) Milwaukee's Bucks used a series of rapidly changing offenses keyed to the weak points in the Utah Stars' defensive program Tuesday and handed the locals a bitter 122-114 Interleague defeat before a capacity Salt-Pal- Stars threat in the first and third quarters and Mil- ace crowd. A concerted settled stirred the Bucks the talent - down laden UTAH CENTER Zelmo Beaty (left) gives away too much height as he tries to stop Milwaukee's 7-2 Kareem Jabtoar, nee Lew Alcindor, during Bucks' 122-114 win over the Stars Tuesday night in Salt Lake City. ANGELS PLEASED WITH TRADE Johnson Goes to Indians the champion Bucks. Milwaukee said his mobile it B(jb ^ now than last season. ANAHEIM (UPI)-The California Angels figure .they made a good deal sending Alex Johnson to Cleveland since it was apparent the heavy-hitting outfielder would never be happy with the local club. The Angels sent Johnson and catcher -Jerry Moses to the Indians in exchange for outfielders Vada Pinson, 33, and Frank Baker, 27, and a .fine pitching prospect, Alan Foster, 24, a former Los Angeles Dodger. Johnson, 28, was suspended without pay by the Angels on June 26 when he failed to run the said. ' .263 with 11 su " runs batted that finished last in American League East. Pinson hit homers and 35 somewhat below his lifetime!^ 1 average of .291. Baker hit .210! lne in 73 games. A WEEK AGO Johnson scored a victory over the Angels just a week ago when a three-man labor panel awarded him back pay of $29,970. A psychiatrist testified during ' ' '"'" under should have been 'I knew I couldn't do it in California.,.that's for ...., „ be a superstar. He j everything. He is a very clean-living, 'highly sensitive fellow with high moral standards and with great talent. We're fortunate- to be able to get him." - - fifth one-year contract to manage the Atlanta Braves. Harris' future with the Braves was uncertain until club President Bill Bartholomay made the announcement at a news conference Wednesday, only 30 minutes after advising Harris of the decision. Dave Bing was the big gun | fined several times previously for the Pistons and might have poured in enough points to beat for lack of hustle. 'We are pleased with the Los Angeles, but Van Breda trade," said Angel general Kolff benched his scoring star ~ ' '" n -"- " ™to test his Cutdown in players 'is midnight Monday. crop of rookies. the NBA to '" mandatory manager obtained an established player in Pinson, an everyday outfielder. Foster is a prospect, a PIGSKIN PICKS voting starter who had his best year. Baker will be vying for one of the outfield jobs, we Three games are involved in this week's Pigskin Picks contest-Portland State at Weber State, BYU at Utah State and Utah at Texas-El Paso. ,.«.*•! Write down in this box what you think will be the final score Clip it out and mail to Pigskin Picks, Ogden Stand- Ird-Examtaer, P. 0. Box 951, Ogden, Utah 84402 Entries must be postmarked by midnight Friday, Oct. 8. Winners will be announced Tuesday, Oct. 12. : An official game football will go to the winners, while the runnerup will receive four reserved seat tickets to the Oct 30 Weber State-University of Montana football game. Two tickets to the same game will be given for third place. Only one entrv per person each week will be accepted. Score Score Weber State Portland State Utah State BYU one or uic UULIICIU. jv^s. >»& ^* made the best possible deal for | DALLAS (UP i)_j e ff Borow- Johnson - jiak, the national collegiate FIRST YEAR jsingles champion in 1970 and a Johnson won the American doubles champion .this year League batting championship in from UCLA, Monday signed a 1970 his first year with thellong term .contract with-World Angels. He was hitting .260! Championship Tennis, when he was suspended. He has] The 6-foot-3, 22-year-old Bert been with three other clubs, all in the National League- Philadelphia, Cincinnati and St. Louis " ' tennis stable. Moses, 25, hit .227 for the) The WCT said Borowiak Angels in 69 games. He waslwould join the million-dollar unhappy with them and asked [championship tournament tour! to be traded. • —^ -™ 1 - '* Foster had an 8-12 record with the Indians and a 4.15 lamed run average with a club Utah Texas-El Paso. YOUR NAME YOUR ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER (Please print) Fits the Hard-to-Fit CAN'T FIND YOUR ,SlZE? f ^^™£°^'^' FOR MEH a panel hearing he was under" emotional stress and treated as a put on the pay. ... ..._ in Detroit, Johnston expresses pleasure at the trade. "I'm not really surprised," he sick person disabled list and with waukee team into picking up its running game at key moments to move out from under a. strong Utah push. The strongest move shown by the Stars all evening came at 8:05 in. the third quarter when outside shot specialist Glen Combs hit a three-point goal to put the score at 75-66. Then, 30 second later. Combs hit another three-pointer, followed by a two-pointer and three straight baskets by teammate Willie Wise. STILL IN FRONT With 5:02 remaining and 1 the board showing the-Bucks still in front, 83-75, Combs hit -two more three-pointers to .tie the score at 83-83 after Zelmo Beaty's lay-in. The Bucks were able to pull out 95-91 going into the fourth period, but the Stars had momentum on their side to remain within two points of National Basketball Association champion Milwaukee through the bulk of the frame. A key move against the Stars came at 1:50 when the Bucks began switching offenses with each trip downcourt and the confusion in Utah's ranks began. In that last two-minutes, Utah was only able to score one basket — an easy layup by Beaty — while the Bucks scored three and hit three free' throws, to push towards the, final margin. BETTER DEFENSIVELY 'I think we were better 'defensively," assistant Stars' Coach Larry Creger said, "but they stared switching those offenses to meet everything we tried and our boys got confused." Creger was also quick to heap praise on his players, winners in the American Basketball Association playoffs last season, as far as their shooting per- formances went. "Each guy took the shots he knows he can make," Creger commented. "And when they start doing that, that's-when we win." The Stars played without the services of guard Mike Butler, sidelined for at least three weeks with an injured knee. Forward Red .Bobbins, who had to be relied upon to spell Beaty at the post, was "not up to par" because of recurring knee problems, Creger said. 8-YEAR VETERAN And as far as Beaty was concerned, the eight-year veteran from Prairie View had his hands full with the likes of Kareem . Jabbar, otherwise known as Lew Alcindor. Jabbar, who likewise had his hands full with Beaty, scored the game high of 36 points, but in front of who scored 33 in one of his finer nights as a pro. Beaty had 29 points and 12 rebounds for the evening in his toe-to-toe board battle with Jabbar. The 7-2 Bucks postman got 16 rebounds to easily dominate the Milwaukee board ai> tion. Now, the Stars go back into their own league with a Friday night exhibition encounter with the Indiana Pacers in Tooele, and then take on the Denver Rockets Saturday night in Price. Utah opens its regular season next Wednday against Denver in the Salt Palace. . wasn't far out Utah's Willie Wise, Ford Won More Whitey Ford won more World Series games during their pitcher, earning 10 .victories while losing eight games in 22 Series appearances for the New York Yankees. 3 PREP FOOTBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT Three area high school football games go under the lights tonight. In Region One, Ogden and Roy tangle at Ogden City Stadium at 7:30 p.m., while Box Elder and Bear River lock horns at 7 p.m. in Tremonton. This afternoon's Region One play saw Ben. Lomond at Bonneville and Sky View and Logan tangled at Utah State University Stadium. Weber High drew a league bye this week and is idle. Over in Region Two tonight, Davis High is at Bountiful for a 7:30 p.m. game. 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