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i\ By KfcARNEV EGERTON Colts* <jraiti( star of game Injury of no importance "Only guy on the Central team with an identity crisis." Associated Press BALTIMORE - Bob Grant was determined not to let an injury interfere with his long-awaited starting chance with the Baltimore Colts. It didn't. Once in the lineup, Grant felt he'd have to be spectacular to attract attention. He was. Grant performed so well, in fact, the second-year linebacker was voted the game ball bl appreciative teammates after the Colts whipped the Washington Redskins, 41-17, Sunday. Making his first start of the season and only his second in the National Football League, College grid standings o o ~ Grant intercepted two Sonny Jurgensen passes which were converted into touchdowns. "I knew I had to do something fantastic, or I might get moved out of there again," Grant said. "I intend to stay in now." Grant was installed at the left linebacker spot as coach Don Shula shook up the Baltimore defense in practice last week. The changes in the veteran defense came after the Colts' once-proud defense had given 147 points in six games this seasorr, an average of 24.5 points per contest. That more than doubled the average of just more than 10 points a game — 144 in 14 contests — the Colts yielded last season en route to the Super Bowl. Grant hurt his right ankle in Thursday's workout and almost, was scratched from the lineup. "I wasn't sure he would start until just before game time." Shula said. "I don't know how I hurt it," Grant said. "The ankle started swelling after practice Thursday and I didn't work out Friday. "But I was going to start even if I had to lie and say there was nothing wrong. If I had a broken leg, I would have tried to go in there." Grant, an agile black-belt karate expert, played for three quarters of the Minnesota game this season and started the third game of last season. Western Athletic Conference Michigan tab omlns _la Young Arizona St Arizona Tex ElPaso ColoSt Unlv New Mex Conference All Games Purdue ' L T Pts OP Northwesi 74 Wisconsin W L T Pts OP W 3 0 0 72 29 6 4 1 0153 56 4 2 0138126 2 1 0 76 45 2 2 0106 92 2 4 0 70139 0 3 0 39 78 1 0 196 88 Iowa 0 138 136 Mich State 0 40 49 138 2 S 0 106 200 _ . 0165 6 1 ~ 43 . ... .._. 4 2 0176 112 Minnesota 2 5 .0169199 Illinois 3 4 0 84149 3 4 0 160 167 Big 3 1 0 113 59 3 1 0149104 2 2 0 63 93 220 73113 1 3 0 75111 1 3 0 62101 1 3 0 58 94 040 48141 Is 3 4 li 021; 0255 120 <; 2 6 T 6255188 5 0 79 212 - 0124238 0 181 207 0 140 169 1 133219 Sports briefly 070 92245 Lowrey Rejoins Cubs CHICAGO (AP) - After South Caro Clemson ..No CaroSf No Carolina Atlantic Coast Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L~" ' 0 0 T - - - Montana Sky Athletic Conference .conference._ ../ut Games p nearly a quarter of a century 0 89 28 - _ 7 127 78 2 2 0 44 27 2 3 0 46102 1 3 1 79 102 3 0 24 64 4 0 73118 »r' -fat, no Weber St * on 101 iii Waho St 5 ? o j?J J23 Idaho 3 § T \40 101 Montana St W L T Pts OP W 40" — " ~ 2 1 2 2 1 2 0 4 0 82102 0 37111 0 94121 0 62153 1 98136 Big : ! Kansas St 'Missouri Nebraska. -Oklahoma •Colorado Okla State , v |pwa St •Kansas 0 89 185 Dartmth Princeton Eight Conference Yale Conference All Games Cornell W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP Harvard 3 1 0 157 91 5 2 0 261 150 Penn 3 1 0113 97 6 1 020 r _ . 0113 97 3 1 0 61 44 2 1 0100103 2 2 0 82 86 1 2 0 52 69 13 0 65105 '040 84119 5 2 4 2 4 3 3 3 . _J9137 Brown 0 138 89 Columbia 0202159 015013 1 Bis Ten Conference Conference - ... .34 0 93136 0136139 6 0 126 173 Toledo Bowling o'w 48 44 0233147 ° f ^^ aWaV > HarI>V " Pea " 0128123 5 2 o 2 " 159 nuts" Lowrey rejoined the o 99212 Chicago Cubs yesterday as a coach. Lowrey, who batted .310 for the Cubs in the 1945 world series and .500 in the 19446 oM.J 3 o'nis All-Star game, was coach for o 1 8 ?6 4 i2 2 3 o to 52\sl the Montreal Expos last season. Previously, he was with the San Francisco Giants in Ivy League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 1214 SO *4 °2 °ok 94 4 2 0159101 2 4 0 99117 3 3 0128 84 .Ohio state ^Indiana $? Barnes Gr Miami, Oh Mid-American Conference Conference All Gamzs Vo T ou6 0 7 p 5 W 7 L o T o239?o6 1967-68 and the Philadelphia } 0??3? M8W8 Phils in 1960-66. 3 1 156 15ff 0165153 3 .._._. 2 2 0 58 58 S 2 2 0 87 75 3 Michigan 1 4 0 93118 ' ' - 30118 . , 3 5 4 4 PREP GRID STANDINGS CLASS AAA PHOENIX CONFERENCE LEAGUE A _ LEAGUE B Memphis Nor Tex Tulsa Clnclnn toulsvl le • Wichita St Missouri Valley Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP St 3 0 0109 43 2 1 0 75 " 1 1 0 64 1 3 .0 81 137 0 1 0 13 31 0 1 0 14 21 0129153 He J° ins Rub 6 Walker and Joe Amalfitano, Manager Leo Durocher's holdover coaches from 1969. Joe Becker retired 2 0 194 139 66 f 5 0112 225 and Pete Reiser resigned. 3 4 0 135 226 3 2 1 118137 1 6 0 86201 mslback t 2-1 1-1 Union 1-2 Carl Hayden 0-2 LEA C C FNTBAI Leas Ovrl 2-p 3-5 Central Ohio Valley Conference Conference,_ ..AH .Games Horse show to start NEW YORK (AP) - Teams 2-0 2-1 3-5 South Mt. -- - \arvvale lorth • ;ast CONFERENCE LEAGUE B West Ky Peay 5-3 Mary vale 1-1 6-2 T»nn T»?h ?1 E"S$-' : - t? ?1 AASPehd St 1-7 East 0-2 1-7 Murr ay st . CONFERENCE Mid TennSt ^TPtsqpWLTRsOP from the United States, Cana- 2 oiio OT 4 a qi32 79 da, Mexico and Argentina ? P13Q .Z? 4. 2 1351.91 ^jj CQmpete fo] . internationa l lete suffered a fractured dislocation of the left knee and two bones just below the knee. He also suffered lacerations that required more than 100 stitches. PGA hopefuls vie PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. AP — Forty-eight young golfers, eager for a crack at the $6 million American pro- tour, began trying to qualify yesterday with everything from textbooks to sand wedges. Players spend two days practicing and struggling with golf academics before they are allowed to participate in a 72-hole playoff, which begins Wednesday. Top performers in the tournament will be admitted to play 1970 tour events. 2 2 0 '76 102 2 | 0 56 99 1 2 4 3 ....... 3 0127114 jumping honors at the Nation- 30 I? "3 ? i o'92 ilo al Horse Show, which begins an 11-day stand today at Ma' Leas Ovrl ' ~~" Leas Ovrl Pacific Coast Athletic Association WBS°- 2414] »c2k BH,_ .. co « n ?.s OP^^AORP dison Square Garden. Vempe "Arcadia 1-1 . «Csaa Grnde :l-2 1-7 _ *Mesa 0-2-1 4-3-1 Chandler 0-3 1-7 Scttsdle Kofa Coronado St. wFlagstaff 3-0 7-t lli:Suc. 0-2-1 2-5-1 L. Bch. St. 0-2-1 2-5-1 Frsno St. SKYLINE CONFERENCE LA^tate' LEAGUE A LEAGUE B UC S. B. 339 Ovrl Leag Ovrl 2-1 3-4 Cortez 2-0 8-0 1-1 3-4 St. Mary's " 65 2) 0 54 6 0 0 258 21 6 1 0 200 16 5 2 0 167 1 88 4 3 55 1 (i 73 0 ; pGlendale ..Brophy "Washington 4 o 0 207 2 0 0 78 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 030 29 125 3 4 6 104 178 58 Bill Steinkraus, an Olympic o 175 iso equestrian gold medalist from 0 127 282 -\r..—nt-n* /-<«„., u«~ J™ tu- 0 55 157 the 1-1 0-1 3-5 Prescott 1-6 Sunnyslopa Moon Vly 2-0. 7-0 2-1 6-2 n g » cai(f rggPOJni. 2-1 .Douglas "Rlncon )-i *Pueblo 1-3 uPalo Verde 0-3 Ovrl .6-2 Tucson 5-3 Amphth'r 1-6 Sunnyslde 1-5 Catallna 1-6 Sahuaro L T§ 1-2 4-4 Paciflc-8 Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 3007! 40 6 0 1 793 99 4 0 1192 48 7 0 1 304 79 3 1 21 2 0 70 59 43 0118 11 in- 2 1 Noroton, Conn., heads U.S. team, .which also eludes Olympic riders Frank Chapot of Wallpack, N.J., and M54.4« 4 2 1252163 Kath y Kusner of Moflcton, P 47 I? 4 3 piapi86 Md., and 22-year-old Jared ''' Ti • •' ~ ' . _ . . 0-2 4-3 OX) i-t £j Wash Sfafc 0 0 4 0 40 38137 1 i 0 112 243 » B W! B Ag " NORTHERN CONFERENCE Florida Leag Ovrl Leag Ovrl LSU ,'Inslow. 3-0 7-0 Pradse- Vly 1-1 4-2 Alabama ,gua .Fria 2-1 6-1 Phx. Indn T-3 2-5Auburn 2-1. 5-2 Kingman -. 0-3 2-3 Georgia SOUTH CONFERENCE Vanderblt ,.„„«.... Leag 0 , £f n taecr ,™ §3 Miss State so 17107 3 4.0 92135 Brihsmadc of Bethany, Conn. Nick Eddy sidelined DETROIT (AP) — The De- Southeastern Conference Conference All Games W L T Pfs OP W L T Pts OP 3 9 OIM 93 6 i oM troit Lions said yesterday Coconlno. 2 1 2 1 22 2 2 0121 '81 2 2 0 90 iiO o Spic6 \ I 0198146 running back Nick Eddy suf- I 1 oi?6 M fere d severely ..bruised ribs •Safford < 6-0 "Globe 3-1 *Flwns Wlls 2-1 Miami 2-2 Canyn d Oro 2-2 6-1 Bisbee 3-2 Negates '3-4 Cholla 2-4 Santa. Rita CLASS A • 1-3 0-4 0-T 2 2 1 2 _ ._ . . 1 3 0 23120 0 2 0 54 70 2 5 0 66 191 3 4 0 152 224 1-6 Southern Conference Conference__ All Games <Snowflake Mlngus NORTH DIVISION "fl S-zlwindow Rk'1^2 3-1 - 5-2 Holbrook 1-2 4-3 M Leag Rk IT! Davidson Richmond WII8.Mary Ovrl Cl'adel 2-3 East Caro 0-7 Furman Va Military _______ W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 0218 76 0 96 V 0256100 3 0155120 4 0101 156 0180135 0 67110 1 91 217 0 4 0 25132 0 7 0 35247 2 1 o 61 3 2 01251 120 020 6 4 3 52 44 76 2 4 35101 1 4 ' CENTRAL CONFERENCE Southwest Conference AI Le ?S PrYT'o ., Lea A°X r i Conference All Games •4J°, 4-0 7-0 Bourgade 1-2 3-4 w L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP •Bvckeye 3-1 5-2 Peorfa 1-2-1 2-4-1 Arkansas 3 p p 80 26 6 q Q226 40 - •• i*i-i il r " 1 r *-* * * ** •* * ^^5 'olleson 1 •5-1 Dysarf SOUTH CONFERENCE nuel 2-1 . . . «-3 0-6 Texas Tech n . 2-5 ., CLASS B NORTH CONFERENCE i Ovrl •Page Leaq 3O 2-2 Mass — , , Leag Ovrl Conn 6-0 Camp Vrde 2-2 3-3 Maine 7-1 Tuba. City 0-3 1-5 Vermont 3-2 Monmt Vly 0-42-4" o '2 In 2 1 0110210 ai S ail } s t San'Francisco Sunday n •» 1^ n c n «101 an( j jg jjeing listed as "doubtful" for next Sunday's game here against the Atlanta Falcons. The Lions added, however, "it (Eddy's injury) is not as bad as we feared." There had been some fear he suffered broken ribs. Purdue eager injured INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) — Doctors were trying yesterday to save the left leg of Charles (Chuck Bavis, 7-foot center of the Purdue basket- 3 0 0125 21 3 1 0 71 96 2 2 0 91 103 2 2 0 69 63 1 3 0 52 64 0 3 0 21 75 0 3 0 28 89 6 0 0225 55 4 3 0145165 2 5 0149176 2 5 0113181 2 5 0 78126 060 54203 1 5 0104162 Yankee Conference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W L T Pts OP 4 0 0146 5 2 0187 88 .Clifton ' EAST CONFERENCE 'Round Vly Le 5 a 5 rl LM 58 . 6-4 6-5 3-2 3-4 Thatcher 0-5 CENTRAL CONFERENCE Leaq Ovrl Leag Ovrl 5-0 6-1 Benson 5-2 '• M? w ., Hamp Rhode Isl I 2 °o 69102 4 3 8M ba . u team . who was severely i 3 o 45 f 7 I 4 o'71106 injured early Saturday. 7 303710225053,73 ^^ ^ ^ ^ fi T PIS o'p rain, crashed into a rock, two 8 i?i 4 79 trees and six fence posts "I Malor ?•* Penn State *7 o 9-?West Virginia 6 1 10 Vlllanova — 5 1 0 211 113 pinner a sfrpAf- nf ihf> prlcrp nf Florida state 5 i o 138 ai «»""S a oireei di me eage or ^Florence •Havden jTombs 4-1 Marana 3-3 3-3 2-3 n Dame 4-3 Air Force 3-4 Rutgers -3-1 Ho 234 80 0 189 104 0 142 110 his home town of Garrett. Dr. Marian Hippensteel, .TomtStone 5-2 5.2 Giib?rt 2-33-3-1 HoustpS umv .:::::::: 4 z o 223147 Dr. Marian Hippensteel, jndn^pasis 0-2 o-4 Apache^ct. 2-4 3-5^^.^..,........ 3 | J jj| ]?| physician at Auburn where Bavis was taken, said the ath- in Lean nun Now Mevlrn Kt .1 .t n 51 flu 6-0" 7-0 Gll< 5-1 6-1 Bai Parker An Ph Wl Leag Ovrl Leag Ovrl New Mexico 'sf'' ^-0 Glla . Bend 2-5_ 2-5 South Mississippi J itelope 5-T . . ix. Chstn 5-1 frl Ickenbura 4-2 5-2 ... Payson 3-3 3-4 Mohave Marlcopa St John's 1-5 li 0-0 1-6 Army H Georgia Tech' Fredonia ,Ashfork find Cnyn McNary CLASS C NORTH CONFERENCE Leag Ovrl. 1-6 pfrrsStfrgh 0-3 Northern Boston Col MJa.mi, Fli Utah State Illinois illeae 4.i 5 :?4-W & 4-1-1 4-1-1 Sellgman SOUTH CONFERENCE £1 i:| Marshall XavTer , lma _, flm yly Union JBowI Leag Ovrl eag 5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 6-0 St. David 4-1 Patagonia 3-2 Ft. 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