Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1971 · Page 13
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Assignments set for prep meets Assignments of schools to District and Regional tournaments have been made by the Illinois High School Association. District tournaments will begin on Feb. 22 and Regionals on March , 1. Pairings and playing schedules will be released early in February. Teams assigned to area tourneys are as follows; WOOD RIVER REGIONAL * (no district tourney) Alton, Marquette, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Granite City, Madison, Roxana, Wood River. BELLEVILLE WEST REGIONAL Belleville East, Belleville West, Cahokia, Assumption (East St. Louis), East St. LouiS, Lincoln (East St. Louis), Mascoutah, Columbia District winner. COLUMBIA DISTRICT Belleville Althoff, St. Henry's Belleville), Columbia, Dupo, Lebanon, Lovejoy, O'Fallon, Venice. CARLINVILLE REGIONAL Belleville West Regional Civic Memorial, Bunker Hill, Carlinville, Gillespie, Hillsboro, Litchfield, Staunton, Worden District winner. WORDEN DISTRICT S t. Paul (Highland), Livingston, Mt. Olive, Witt, Worden. SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL (no district) Brussels, Carrollton, Greenfield, Calhoun, Jers e y v i 11 e , Southwestern, Pleasant Hill, North Greene. ALTAMONT REGIONAL Altamont, Greenville, Highland, Mulberry Grove, St. Elmo, Triad, Vandalia, Ramsey district winner. RAMSEY DISTRICT Beecher City, Brownstown, Cowden, Herrick, Ramsey, Stewardson, Tower Hill. Football players fight drug game WASHINGTON (AP) Rickie Harris and Mike Bass spend much of the year knocking down opponents for the Washington Redskins, but when they aren't playing football, they're knocking drugs. Harris and Bass, defensive backs for the Redskins, work in the off-season as consultants to the Office of Economic Opportunity. They travel around the country to explain the antipoverty agency's youth programs but also promote antidrug use. The two players got involved in the OEO program early last year when the agency changed its policy of spending money on summer activities to year round educational and job training programs. Cities which had been receiving funds for summer recreational programs weren't pleased with the change. . Albert E. Abrahams, assistant director for special programs, said the agency thought, that athletes could persuade local officials the summer programs were doing the job. Harris says: "The summer programs weren't helping the kids. It would keep them off the streets for three months but then they went back to school. And how about the kids who didn't go to school. We also found that the summer programs were aimed at those six to 13. They weren't even touching the older kids who were the Southwestern gets wrestling victory PIASA — Southwestern High School defeated Illinois Braille Sightsaving School of Jacksonville in a wrestling match here Monday night, 4313. Southwestern's next match is Thursday at Jerseyville. Monday's results: 98—Perdun (S) pinned Davis IBSS), :57; 105—Worley (IBSS) pinned Loy (S). 3:36; 112—Howell (IBSS) dec. B. Thompson (S) 15-0; 119—M. Arnett (S) pinned Spahn - (JBSS), 2:40; 129—Stuller (S) pinned Henderson (IBSS), 1:33; 132—J. Arnett (S) pinned Dehning (IBSS), 3:04: 138—D. Thomp. son (S) pinned Kolesar (IBSS) 1:59; 145—B. Trammel (S) pinned Mettson (IBSS), 3:03; 155—Reese (S) pinned Laws (IBSS), 1:45; 167—D. Wagenblast (S) dec. Liveston (IBSS). 13-12; 185—McCIln- tock (IBSS) pinned R. Wagenblast (S), 4:43; heavyweight — Klnser (S) pinned Harrell (IBSS), 1:59. potential troublemakers." While on tour last summer, just prior to the preseason Redskins camp, Harris and Bass got involved in New York with March 'on Drugs, a national sports committee to help fight drug abuse among America's youngsters. "We tried to work with them but we went to camp and just couldn't get with them," said Harris. "So Mike and I decided to do our own thing." THe two players were booked on television shows by the antipoverty agency in many of the cities in which the Redskins played last fall — Philadelphia, Dallas, St. Louis, New York and San Francisco. "Some of our discussions get pretty heated but these kids can relate with us. They know Mike and I know where it's at. Mike is from Ann Illini host Wisconsin tonight CHICAGO (AP) — Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Northwestern — all losers in their Big Ten basketball home openers Saturday — are going to try to get even the hard way tonight. All four hit the road in quest • of initial conference victories with Minnesota traveling to Indiana in what should be the feature game. The Minnesota-Indiana squabble pits a pair of sophomore sensations — George McGinniS' of Indiana and Jim Brewer of Minnesota. McGinnis made his Big Ten debut Saturday with 38 points in a 101-90 victory over Northwestern. Brewer collected 30 points in his first Big Ten endeavor but the Gophers were upset by Purdue 83-76. Purdue will get a chance to win its second straight at home against Northwestern. Illinois, the only home team to win in Saturday's ^opening round, takes on Wisconsin while Iowa, last year's champion, seeks its first victory at Michigan State. Michigan and Ohio State, both winners Saturday, are idle. Arbor Mich, and I'm from Watts. I saw guys in schools who were better athletes than I ever will be die from drugs. I tell the kids about these guys and they know I know where it's at. ''It's not like some bureaucrat coming in and telling them they shouldn't take drugs." Tom a pain to Georgia Kentucky's Tom Payne goes high in the air to gather in the rebound from the Georgia basket in a game at Lexington, Ky. The Georgia player, Cauthen Westbrook (52), is in the foreground. Kentucky players are Tom Parker (12) of Collinsville, 111., and Terry Mills (21). (AP Wirephoto) Free throiv McGuire instructs Marquette University basketball coach Al McGuire gives instructions to his players during yesterday's session in Milwaukee. McGuire was concentrating on tactics to be used tonight against Notre Dame. The Milwaukee team is ranked number two in the nation and has an 11-0 season. Players are McGuire's son, Allie, left, and Bob Lackey, former Thornton (Harvey, 111.) star. (AP Wirephoto) South Carolina slips to 6th in latest poll By ED SCHUVLER AP Sports Writer North Carolina is a long way from the lop and Maryland is just getting mention, but they are the reasons why South Carolina is no longer shadowing No. 1 UCLA in The Associated Press' major college basketball poll. North Carolina beat South Carolina 79-64 and then Maryland upset the Gamecocks 3130 in overtime last week, causing them to drop from second to sixth in the poll of sports writers and sports- Supreme Court's decision \ gives Ali the green light By The Associated Press Muhammad Ali heads for Miami Wednesday to start training for his March heavyweight championship showdown against Joe Frazier after being given a green light by the Supreme C«urt. The Court said Monday it would hear arguments, probably to April, on All's claim that he was a conscientious objector when he refused induction into the Army 3% years ago. The decision cleared the way for the championship bout. 1 "J'ra relieved," said Ali "Now I can concentrate on the light. I am happy, very happy that the Supreme Court has, agreed to hear the case and eliminate any problem with the fight. Now I am going to show who the real champion of the world is." Ali refused induction into the Army April 28, 1967 and was subsequently indicted and convicted one month later. On ' June 20, 1067, U.S. District Court Judge Joe Ingraham imposed a $10,000 fine and fiveyear prison sentence on the boxer. Ali was stripped of his title by most boxing commissions and also lost his license. He was freed on $5,000 bond while his lawyers threaded the tedious paths of appeal, rehearing and appeal again. He was not allowed to fight again untfl last October. $ Since Own, be has whipped Jerry Quarry and Oscar Bon- avena to earn the showdown match with Frazier March 8. In Miami, Ali's trainer, Angelo Dundee was anxious to set up camp and begin training for the Frazier tilt. Dundee said he had imported four Frazier-style punchers to spar with All. The challenger's brother, Rahman All, will also act as a sparring partner, Dundee said. In another decision Monday, the Supreme Court refused to' review baseball's exemption from ajiti-trust legislation, virtually killing the suit of ex- American League umpires Al Salerno and Bill Valentine, who claimed they were fired in 1968 for trying to organize an umpire's union. The two umpires had sued American League President Joe Cronin and Commissioner Bowie Kuhn for triple damages, alleging they violated federal anti-trust 1 a ws by conspiring in restraint of interstate commerce. The case was dismissed by Manhattan U.S. District Court Judge Thomas F. Croake Dec. 10, 1069, a decision upheld by the Circuit Court July 13, 1970. The courts cited a 1922 S/u p r e m e Court decision reaffirmed in 1953, that antitrust laws. The two umpires needed four votes by Supreme Court justices to hear the case but only Justice William 0. Douglas voted to hear it. casters. South Carolina did beat Temple 84-71. Marquette hus become UCLA's shadow, while Southern California moved to third, Pennsylvania to fourth and Western Kentucky to fifth. -After South Carolina comes Jacksonville, Kansas, Notre Dame and Kentucky. Kentucky moved up a notch from llth and replaced St. Bonaventure, which dropped to 12th. UCLA received 30 of 32 first place votes—the other two went to Marquelte—and got 632 points. Marquette counted 547 points, with Southern California registering 509, Pennsylvania 405 and Western Kentucky 378. Western Kentucky is the only team in the first five that is not unbeaten, having lost one game. The only other undefeated team in the Top Twenty is No. 14 Fordham. Here are the Top 20 major college basketball teamu with total points oo a 20-I8-HI.14-I2-10-9-8- etc. basin and first place votes in parentheses: 1. UCLA (30) 2. Marquette Ci) 3. Southern California 4. Pennsylvania 5. Western Kentucky fi. South Carolina 7. Jacksonville 8. Kansas o. Notre Dame 10. Kentucky 11. Indiana 12. St. Bonaventure 13. Vlllanova 14. i-ordhum 15. North Carolina .• 16 Louisville 17. Utah State 18. Tennessee 18. Memphis State 20. Oregon record stops at 58 straight By The Associated Press It took just two shots to cut Louis Dampier's free throw string. The 6-foot guard for the • Kentucky Colonels, who hit his 57th consecutive foul shot Saturday night to break the pro mark, hit his first Monday night, then missed. His teammates didn't do much better for the Anight, losing 121-107 to. Memphis. In the night's only other American Basketball Association game, Indiana beat Utah 111-101 to move, within half a game of the first-place Stars in the Western Division. The National Basketball Association was idle. Dumpier, who wound up hitting just two-for-five from the charity line, surpassed the mark of 56 set in 1959 by Bill Sharman of the NBA's Boston Celtics. The Pros edged to a 54-53 halftime lead, then ran away in the third quarter to open a 90-78 margin. Their balanced attack was led by Steve Jones, Wilbert Jones and Charlie Williams with 17 points apiece. Cincy Powell hit 20 for Kentucky. Indiana, beating Utah for the second time in five meetings, breezed to a 58-48 margin at the half, then played the Stars evenly the rest of the way. Roger Brown with 32 points and Mel Daniels with 28 paced the Pacers while Zelmo Beaty of Utah had 26. Berenson, Sabourin get Star berths NEW YORK (AP) — The National Hockey League's 24th annual All Star Game in Boston next Tuesday will feature three brother combinations. Left wingers Frank Mahovlich of Detroit and Pete Mahovlich of Montreal were added to the East Division squad Monday along with six other players including Detroit's immortal Gordie Howe, the NHL's alltime scoring king. The Mahovlichs join Chicago's Bobby and Dennis Hull, who were selected to the West Division team in balloting by the NHL Writer's Association, and Boston's Phil Esposito and Chicago's Tony Esposito, as the game's third brother combination. Named to the East, team along with the Mahovlichs and Howe were center Gil Perreault of Buffalo and Dave Keon of Toronto, right wing Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal and defensemen Dale Tallon of Vancouver and Dallas Smith of Boston. Nine players were added to the West team including St. Louis' Gary Sabourin who will replace Ken Schinkel of Pittsburgh. Schinkel, selected in the original balloting, is sidelined with a broken collarbone. Also added to the West team were defensemen Ted Harris of Minnesota and Carol Vadnais of California, centers Red Berenson of St. Louis and Bob Clarke of Philadelphia, right wings Bill Flett of Los Angeles and Chlco Makt of Chicago, and left wings Danny Grant of Minnesota and Greg Polis of Pittsburgh. Members of the winning team get $500 per man and the losers get $250 apiece. Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday^ Jan. 12^1971 IMJ 5-9 own in pro ranks SAN DIEGO (UPI) - The marathon NBA schedule is to us about half over and look who's still on the roster of the San Diego Rockets. Alvin Murphy, that's who. And he hasn't grown an inch. At 5-foot-9, Murphy's ability to play with the Giants of pro basketball may be the individual sports story of t h e year. It's an incredible accomplishment. "I know the public doubted my ability," the littlest man in the NBA s;iid. "But I never had any doubts. Never. I've always had confidence in my game." Pro basketball pundits doubted Murphy would be able to play in the league where many of his rival guards are a half foot taller — and more. They felt his size would be too much of a handicap on defense. You just, don't stop a Jerry West or an Oscar Robertson when you're 5-9. "My defense really hasn't been that much of a problem," the San Diego Rookie declared. "I'ye had teams try to take me under the bucket to try to take advantage of my size. But we've got a defense set up for this. "And I'm much quicker than a lot of other guards. T can do a lot of things just because of my size." In the Rockets' first 40 games this season, Murphy averaged nearly 14 points in about half a game of playing time. With Larry Siegfried hurt, coach Alex Hannum has four guards including Murphy. The others were Su Lantz, Ernie Williams and Johnny Gan. National llocky League Mondays* Results No Ramos scheduled Tuesday's Games New York nt Vancouver California at St. v Louln Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games California nt Toronto Buffalo at Chlcano Los Angeles nt Pittsburgh Only games scheduled FEATURING! + FRIED CHICK UN •tr STEAKS ^ GENUINE ITALIAN FOODS * SEA FOODS Ph. 462-4630 For Carry-Out Orders OPEN DAILY AT S P.M. SUNDAY 12 NOON (Cloied Mondays) 632 947 B0» 405 378 258 254 217 184 ISO 141 82 78 77 75 53 47 41 24 20 Sport Shorts PEBBLE REACH, Calif. (AP) — Carl Lohren of Glen Head, N.Y., shot a one-over- par 73 Monday on the wet Spyglass Hill course to lead a group of golfers qualifying for the 30th Bing Crosby Championship which begins Thursday. The start of the qualifying round was delayed by rain which flooded a few greens. TORONTO (AP) - Welterweight Clyde Gray of Toronto signed Monday for a title bout Feb. 18 witli Canadian champion Donato Paduano of Montreal in tho Montreal Forum. Paduano, ranked No. 3 in the world, and Gray have identical records, each losing once and winning 27 times. MANILA (AP) — The World Boxing Council today named heavyweight champion Joe Frazier Boxer of the Year and new featherweight titleholder Kuniaki Shibata of Japan Boxer of the Month. Frazier successfully defended the heavyweight title against challengers Jerry Quarry and Bob Foster. Shibata dethroned Vicente Saldivar of Mexico via a 18th- round technical knockout Dec. 11. WILDEY DtBWIBM (GP) GRAND —COMING FBI. JOE NAM ATI I "C, C, & COMPANY" Murphy compares himself with the Rockets' talented center, 6-9 Elvin Hayes. "Elvln is small for Ms position by pro standards. But his jumping ability makes him a great pro center. He's proved what he can do offensively and defensively. "So size has nothing to do with it. It's a question of ability." One man who didn't doubt that Murphy would make it is Bill Russell, the former Boston Celtic great. Said Russell before the season began: "Calvin Murphy belongs in the NBA. He will be an outstanding pro player." Married and the father of a young daughter, the former University of Niagara All- America says his enthusiasm for basketball has somewhat ebbed since he became a pro. Alton sophomores win in tourney In games played Monday night in the Sophomore basketball tournament at East Junior High School, Alton beat Roxana, 71-53; Jacksonville edged Triad, 8156; Quincy ripped LUchfield, 61-46, and Lincoln (East St. Louis) nudged Plttsfleld, 5044. Tonight, Roxana plays Triad at 6 and Litchfield tackles Pittsfield at 7:30. Hold Over! RT. ROXANA PATTQN OFXHUiEC. SCOTT Al Ointitl 0«otg» S. Ptllon MARTHA ARTIS Plane Vocalist Entertaining TUES. NITE In The INN ROOM BOWL HAVEN Humbert Road AIRPORT RESTAURANT llouto ill, Between Airline Drive & Route 140 Family Style Chicken Wednesday Night Serving from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Regular Menu Also Available AIRPORT RESTAURANT GOOD WEDNESDAY ONLY 51c OFF-THRIFT BOX PIECES KENTUCKY $ ^ AQ MED CHICKEN "^ T "" :G. 2.40 VALUE eh AVAILABLE AT ALL 3 LOCATIONS fried MOVIE RATINGS TkMM rating! •« ABLBASBD aft«r !• ad! 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