Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1971 · Page 16
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B-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, January 11, 1971 Marquette's demise: other clubs too tall ST. LOUIS — Marquette's Explorers took another one on the chin Saturday night as they fell to the Duchesne Pioneers, 84-49, on the latter's floor. It was third straight loss for the Alton unit in a 4-7 season, to date. For Duchesne. it was its 10th win in 13 starts. The opposition's height hurt the Explorers as it has all year. "We're (Marquette) trying to stay with tlieso taller clubs." said Coach Mike Mathews of Mafqudte. "It's a tough job and since we don't have any tall boys the job K even tougher." Duchese led after first quarter the Pioneers tacked on an additional 26 markers while holding down the Explorers to IS. At halftime it was 43-27, Duchesne. Torn Thoele. a Duchesne regular standing at 6-foot-8. counted 16 points in first half Big 10 players dominate figures TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - It. was Big Ten day in the American Bowl, far from the midwest's snowy terrain. —Ohio State's Leo Hayden ran for two touchdowns, gained 75 yards rushing and was named most valuable player. —Michigan's Paul Staroba caught six passes, two for touchdowns, to gain 66 yards. —Michigan quarterback Don Moorehead hit eight of 12 passes for 69 yards and one score. All that Big Ten Conference muscle Sunday led the North to a 39-2 triumph over the outclassed South in the college all-star production. Although the live crowd was only 12,000 in fog-shrouded Tamp Stadium, the sponsoring Lions International proclaimed the venture a financial success and said it will be back in 1972. Reason for the sucess was a $50,000 fee from an independent television network. The South, favorites of the tiny crowd, never got rolling and when the favored Yanks scored 20 points in a three- minute span midway through the first half it became a lopsided affair. Moorehead broke up a boring first quarter by driving the North 51 yards for a score. Hayden banged across from the three and it was 7-0 with 23 seconds left in the period. Clifton Hardy, another Michigan ace, started the South misfortunes by intercepting a pass by Arizona State's Joe Spagnola. He returned it 22 yards to the Rebel three and Hayden crashed over on the next play for a 14-0 lead. South running back Sam Scarber of New Mexico coughed up the ball on the Rebs' next try, with Rhodes Scholar Willie Bogan of Dartmouth recovering at the Southwestern rolls to Wlh South 15. Boston College passer Frank Harris hit Staroba on a 15-yard bullet and it was then 20-0. It became academic after that and the South's only glory came when Richard 11 a r r i n g I o n of Houston trapped North running back Paul Dwycr of Georgetown for a safety in the third quarter. The North was coached by Bob Dcvaney, head man of national champion Nebraska, with assistance from Nor- thweslern's "coach of the year," Alex Agasc. Fran Curci, who switched from the University of Tampa to Miami last month led the S o u t h after an illness knocked out Auburn Coach Ralph "Shug" Jordan. Flick dead; Hall of Fainer CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Baseball Hall of Famcr Elmer Flick will be buried in suburban Bedford Tuesday. Flick, 94, died at Bedford Municipal Hospital Saturday following a long illness. Flick, an outfielder with a lifetime batting average of .315, was a life-long resident of Bedford, where he was born Jan. 11, 1870. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y., In August, 1963, after being voted in by the hall's Veterans Committee. Flick's baiting average from 1892 to 1902 for Philadelphia of the National League was .345. He hit an average of .298 while with Cleveland of the American League from 1902 to 1910. action. "We were concentrating on Gen/, (Tom) in" the first half, said Mathews and Thoele did all the scoring." "In the second half we worked on Thoele and Gen/, killed us with 15 points." Mathews added. Gc-nz stands at 6-4. Marquette was held to nine points in the third period whi'le allowing (he Pioneers 19. After three periods t h e Pioneers were coasting, 62-36. Fourth quarter play had the victors counting 22 points to the Explorers 1.1 Other double didgil scorers for the Pioneers were Ted Glosier, the only senior member of the squad, \vi*h 14 points; Steve McClintock had 17 and Mike Schaffcr totaled 16. On the Marquetto side it was Tom Malhcws, who was high with 10 points. ' Don Gent, coming off the bench to fill in for an injured Tom Morrisey, hit four fitildcrs and a free throw for nine points in his first starting assignment of the season. Morrissey re-activated a football injury of last year and could lie lost, to the Explorers for the remainder of the season. Shooting wise Marquette hit 20 of 05 from the field for .308. It missed on seven of IB attempts from the line for .562. The Pioneers hit 34 of 54 field attempts for .62!) while going 16 of 21 from the stripe or .762. Duchesne led in the turnover department with 15 while Marqucllc made 14 errors. The Explorers pulled down 35 rebounds with 19 of those on defense and 16 from their own end. "Our outside shooting was bad as it has been all year," said Mathews. "We're going to have lo make some changes in our offensive setup to offset this." Marquette will travel lo North Greene Tuesday night to play the'partans. Tip off lime is 8 o'clock. MAH. (40) DUCII (84) TK ft pr fu ft pr Cun'hom 3 1 .') Oloslor 7 0 Another loss for Red Wings ( "• ** • sl'ltl shot Boh Ltuin punches the ball from the base of a tree on his second hole of a four - hole sudden - death playoff with Billy Casper in Sunday's Glen Campbell - Los Angeles Open. Limit's difficult shot landed on (he green's edge and he then two - nutted for par 4. Two holes later he beat Casper to win the $22,000 first pri/e. (AP Wirephoto) Limn topples Casper, who's very annoyed Gent I 4 McCI'tock 5 7 Mllthcwa A 2 1 Thoclu Luughlln 2 .'I ;t Gen?: 6 5 7 1 2 1 0 Schnone 0 1 2 Schmidt 1 0 2 SohucfTor 72/1 Wlck'scr If 0 1 Slelnhoff 1 0 1 Scluilz 0 1 I nolle 1 0 0 Tolnls 20 n 1(1 Totals 3-1 Id Hi By Quarter*: I 2 3 4 T MARQUETTE 9 18 0 In—in DUCHESNE 17 2R in 22—8-T LOS ANGELES (AP) Bob Lunn—and possibly a cameraman—boat Billy Casper in a sudden-death playoff for the $22,000 first prize in (he Glen Campbell- Los Angoles Open golf tournament, the first stop on the 03-event. pro tour this year. Casper said the click of a camera on the final regulation hole Sunday "ruined my tempo on my driving. I didn't hit the ball solid once after that," "I necked it on the J5th (the first playoff hole), hooked it on the ifith, sliced it. on the 17th and pushed it on the 18th." He saved par on all of them, however, but Lunn won it with a birdie on the 18th, hitting a wedge to within 18 inches of the flag 11 was the fifth victory for the burly, soft-spoken 25-year- old from Sacramento, Calif. He has been on the lour only a little more than three years and has won over $1)00,000. Pistons need one more win to equal last year's output By ASSOCIATED PRESS The Detroit Pistons have 36 * 4\ f* ^ M 1H-* J./v'ti. \Jl\t J. loiwiio lit* v ^ ow Victory, y5-()1 National Basketball VIRDEN — Southweslern's Piasa Birds, who have lost but once in 11 basketball tries thus far, rolled to their fifth straight South Central Conference victory without loss here Saturday, defeating Virden 95-64. They put together a pair of point opening quarters lo lead at halfthne, 56-24. Ray Taylor led the winners with 24 points as Randy Thaxton and Jim Rathgeb came up with 18 and 16, respectively. Andy Emons had 20 for ther losers. SOUTHWESTERN—Thaxton 18, Haynes 4, RutliKeb 16, Sheltnn 7, Taylor 24, Leonard 2, Huebner 4', Hurtman 18, Cameron 2. I'G 39, FT 17, PF 17. VIRDEN —Davlson 12, Emons 20, Lair 4, Gull 7, Klllum U, Lowery 13, Royce 2. PG 23, FT 18, PF 26. Association games left in which to match last year's total number of victories. If they stop there, it will be quite a disappointment. The Pistons won their 30th game of the current season Sunday, whipping Los Angeles 118-109. The victory, in their 46th game of the season, left the Pistons one shy of their total number of victories all of last year. In other NBA action Sunday, Philadelphia tripped Boston 115-107, Chicago walloped Buffalo 141-113, Phoenix downed Atlanta 116 • 105 and Milwaukee bombed Atlanta 151-99. In Saturday's games, Philadelphia defeated Phoenix 123- 112, Seattle topped Cincinnati 114-110, San Francisco downed San Diego 109-103, Milwaukee w h i p p c d Detroit 118-100, Cleveland took Buffalo 111-99 and Portland stung New York 114-96. In the ABA Sunday, Memphis downed Pittsburgh 114-106, Virginia defeated New York 117-107 in overtime, Utah took Florida 128-116 and Denver downed Carolina 124118. Both the Lakers and Pistons took turns blowing 11-point bulges and their game went into the fourth quarter deadlocked at 86. But tho hot shooting of Dave Bing and Terry Dischinger pulled the Pistons away in the final 12 minutes. Jimmy Walker led Detroit with 29 points, Bing had 23 and Dischinger 19 including his last eight shots from the floor. Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West had 25 apiece for the Lakers. Billy Cunningham whipped in III points and Philadelphia beat Boston for the first lime in four tries this season to move into a virtual lie with the Celtics for second place in the NBA's Atlantic Division. Archie Clark added 24 and rookie Dennis Awtrey 19 for the 76ers. John Ilavlicek led the Celtics with 34. Bob Love and Jerry Sloan combined for 20 points in the third period as Chicago shattered a tight game and w hack e d Buffalo. Love finished with 30 points, nine of them in the third period, while Sloan contributed 11 of his 21 points to the Bulls' surge. Paul Silas connected on 17 consecutive foul shots leading Phoenix' parade to the foul line ;is the Suns topped Atlanta. The winners converted 46 of 51 free throws. Silas finished with 23 points while Clem Ilaskins hit 22 including 16 in the final period. The 151 points scored b y Milwaukee against. Baltimore and (lie 52-point margin of victory were team records for the Bucks. Bob Dandridge provided most of the scoring punch with 34 points while Gus Johnson was high for the Bullets with 17. In the fourth period Johnson shattered the glass backboard, delaying the game 25 m i n u t e s . Johnson was removed to a hospital for precautionary x-rays. "I'm just so happy I could cry-and I might," the balding, 220-pounder said. "To play against A man like Billy Casper, and in a field this good, well, I'm just very, very pleased and honored." Each had a final round 67 for 274, 10 under par on the Rancho Park golf club course. Art Wall, a 47-year-old former Masters champion who hasn't won since 1966, had a share of the lead until he three- putted the final hole, missing the second from three feet. He had a 28 for 275 and was alone in third. A group of four, including third-round leader Bobby Greenwood, followed at 277. T h e others were Phil Rodgers, Don January and Gibby Gilbert. Greenwood had a 73, Rodgers a 68, January 69 and Gilbert 70. Arnold Palmer never was in contention and finished with a 71 for 282, well back. U.S. Open champ Tony Jacklin had a 72 for 284. "I think I really lost it on the second round," • said Caper, 1970 PGA player of the year and a playoff winner in this tournament a year ago. "I had 37 putts on that round." Casper, usually one of the most mild-mannered players on the tour, leveled a baleful glare at the cameraman after he was disturbed "right in the middle of my swing." He missed the fairway, but managed to save par on the hole and force the playoff. Lunn said a string of five holes starting at the llth was the key to his triumph. "I played those just about as well as I could," he said. B y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In the nine days between meetings with Toronto, things obviously improved for the Detroit Red Wings. But they'll have to get a lot better to satisfy the National Hockey League club's new executive alignment. The Wings, armed with new Coach Doug Barkley behind the bench and ex-coach Ned Harkness in the general manager's office, dropped a 3-2 decision to the Leafs Sunday night, a vast improvement over the last time the two teams met when Toronto pummeled Detroit 130. Barkley, named permanent coach of the team just hours before Sunday's game, watched the Wings outplay the Leafs for much of Sunday's game only to lose on a late goal by rookie BUI MacMillan. In other NHL action Sunday, Philadelphia came from behind to top Montreal 3-2, Boston blitzed California 7-4, Buffalo tied Los Angeles 2-2, Minnesota nipped Chicago 3-2 and New York knocked off St. Louis 4-2. In Saturday's games, New York shut out Minnesota 1-0, Chicago nipped Boston 4-3, Montreal blanked Los Angeles 1-0, Toronto took Pittsburgh 5-2, Detroit edged Buffalo 3-2, Philadelphia whipped California 5-3 and Vancouver and St. Louis battled to a 2-2 tie. ' Barkley was named interim coach of the Red Wings Friday after GM Sid Abel quit and Harkness was moved up to replace him. After the Wings beat Buffalo Saturday, the interim part of Barkley's title was lifted. 1 The Wings tried to reward their new boss with another victory Sunday and outplayed Toronto, outshooting the Leafs 34-19. But the Leafs' defense and goalie Bruce Gamble held Detroit off until MacMillan's unassisted goal with just over four minutes to play gave the Leafs a 3-1 lead and decided the game. Norm Ullman's 24th goal and Ron Ellis' No. 16 had given Toronto a 2-0 edge. Detroit got goals from Wayne Connolly and Tom Webster. Philadelphia used a pair of goals by rookie Bill Lesuk to knock off Montreal in a nationally televised game. Serge Bernier had the first Flyer goal after Montreal had jumped in front on scores by Jacques Lemaire and Bill Collins. After Lesuk's third period goal broke the tie, goalie Doug Favell protected the victory with a string of sensational saves. Gerry Meehan's third-period goal earned Buffalo its tie with Los Angeles. It balanced a final-period goal by Butch Goring of the Kings after Buffalo's Ron Anderson and Eddie Joyal of LA had swapped goals in the first two periods. Phil Esposito's 38th goal in 41 games broke a 4-4 tie for Boston and the Bruins ripped California. Esposito split the Seals' defense in the final seconds of the second period and fired an offbalance shot that put the Bruins in front for keeps. Johnny Bucyk and Ken Hodge had two goals apiece for the Bruins, front-runners in the NHL's East Division. Dave Balon connected for a pair of third-period goals as the Rangers scored four times in the third period to whip St. Louis. The victory kept New York one point behind Boston in the East race. The two goals gave Balon 25 for the season, second only to Esposito in the NHL. Brad Park and Bob Nevin had New York's other goals, wiping out a 1-0 Blues' lead provided by Craig Cameron's second- period goal. Minnesota used third-period power play goals by Judes Drouin and Barry Gibbs to defeat Chicago. Gibbs' winner came with 1:33 left on the game. WEEKEND FIGHTS P1TTSFIELD, Mass. — Bobby Richards, 130, Portland, Maine, outpointed Terry Rondeau, 127, Plttsfleld 12. WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. — Windmill Ray White, 178'/j, Ventura, Calif., outpointed Robjr Harris, 237%, Oakland, 10. Wheaton's upsets put race in knot B y THE ASSOCIATED ' PRESS Wheaton's Crusaders last week pulled the College Conference of Illinois- Wisconsin basketball race into a tight knot. Going into the action With an 0-2 record, Wheaton first knocked off undefeated Illinois Wesleyan 92-75 and then topped that triumph with a stunning 127-99 victory over league-leading Millikin. Millikin, which had defeated North Park 90-80 Friday night, saw its record drop to 3-1 but retained first place ahead of Wesleyan and Elmhurst. Elmhurst climbed into a second place tie with an 81-73 win over Carroll, the league's only winless team. \ Augustana, saddled with a 2-2 record, came back with a pair of victories and into title contention. The Vikings defeated North. Central 76-70 and topped that with a 92-77 drubbing of North Park. Wesleyan and North Central, each having only one conference loss, meet Tuesday night, whUe Wheaton, hoping to maintain its head of steam, invades North Park Wednesday. Two games are on tap Thursday with Wesleyan at Augustana and Elmhurst at North Central while Carthage invades Millikin Friday night. Saturday's schedule is loaded with North Central at North Park, Carthage at Wesleyan, Carroll at Wheaton and Elmhurst at Augustana. Wheaton takes on DePauw in nonconference action. CCIW STANDINGS W. L. Pts. OP. Millikin 4 1 502 463 Wesleyan 2 1 240 230 Elmhurst 2 1 228 222 North Central 1 1 134 135 Augustana 4 2 469 411 Wheaton 2 2 395 371 Carthage 1 2 237 262 North Park 1 4 395 451 Carroll 0 3 209 264 Tigers nipped by Pawnee GREENFIELD — Pawnee edged past Greenfield, 67-66, in an overtime basketball game played here Saturday night. The winners out - scored their hosts 9-8 in the three- minute extra session. The score was tied at 58-58 at the end of regulation playing time. ' Brent Manning led Pawnee with 31 points and Don Baldis counted 16 for Greenfield. Pawnee's record is now 3-8 while Greenfield is 1-8. PAWNEE 9 16 21 12 9—67 GR'FIELD 10 16 18 14 8—66 PAWNEE—Alfleld 7, Van Gess- In 5, Harris 2, Manning 31, Davis 14,' McLellan 4, Busby 4. HG 26, FT 15, PF. 10. GREENFIELD—Garnpr 14, Fry 5, O'Brien 12, Baldis 16, Cole 12, ' Williams 7. FG 30, FT 6, PF 17. ATCHISON'S Kli- \<i Mil. r,.:hil|, PH. 377-9136 WALLPAPER 8 AM to 5 PM ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DIAL 445-4275 TUES.-WED.-THUR. ONLY THIS COUPON PRECISION WHEEL BALANCE Prolong the life of your tlrJ tires. $ 1 71 I P PER WHEEL Good Tues.-Wed.'Thur-Jon 12-13-14 WITH THIS COUPON 12-POINT SAFETY INSPECTION HERE'S WHAT WE INSPECT: • Hrukes • Buttery • Tiros • Alignment • Ball Joints • Shocks • Drums • Wheel Cylinders • Grease Seals _ Tie Rod Ends • Exhaust •. 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