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2-C—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL— Monday Evening. Aprit 7. 1975 Nets Post Win Over St. Louis Colonels, Nuggets Nab Playoff Edge By Tb« Associated Pr*$» When the New York Nets need a start, Bill Melcln'onnl's got the spark to do It. The Nets' machine was stalled Sunday until their play- making guard got into the same—and then it was full speed ahead en route- to a 111105 American Basketball Association playoff victory over the Spirits of St, Louis. "I thought Melchionni was the total difference," said New York coach Kevin Loughery after his club took a 1-0 lead In the best-of-seven Eastern Division series."He got the ball to the right spot every time. No question that Mel will get more playing time. The team needed movement when at the time I put him in—and thy got it." Melchionni was recognized as New York's Most Valuable P'layer Sunday without scoring a point. St. Louis was winning 87-81 with 10 minutes to play when Melchionnt came off the bench and turned the game around. Melchionni, a one time stater shunted to reserve status, ran the Net offense with an iron hand and collected six assists to help New York pull away. "Just before I went in Loughery told me to gel ready," said Melchionni. ": looked at the game a nd decided what I had to do when I got in." In other playoff games Sun day, the Kentucky Colonels beat the Memphis Sounds 98-91 in the Eastern Division and the Denver Nuggets stopped the opener. teU Utah Stars 122-107 In the West Along with Melchionni's guiding force in the late stages, the Nets got a 32-point performance from Julius Erving and 24 from Billy Paultz. who hit 11 of 12 shots from the field. "In the third period when ] got the hot hand, they started setting up plays for me,' 1 said Faults. "When Melchionni came in, instead of getting jumpers, I was getting dunk shots. He's always been one of the premier playmakers in the deague. When he gets a lot of playing time, he's always among the top assist men." Colonels 98, Sounds 9l Artis Gilmore scored 25 points to lead Kentucky over Memphis. The Colonels never trailed after the closing minutes of the first period, although Memphis was able to close within two points, at 8583, with five minutes remaining in the game. Still. Kentucky coach Hubie Brown wasn't pleased with his team's performance. "We left a lot to be desired in terms of intensity," noted Brown. "You're supposed to get up there and play in the playoffs." Nupgets 122, Stars 107 Ball-hawking guards Mack Calvin and Fatty Taylor ignited Denver's racehorse offense to help the Nuggets whip Utah. The Nuggets, who led 53-51 at the half, scored seven straight points early in the third period to take a 60-53 lead they never relinquished. Denver had eight players in double figures, led by Ralph Simpson's 20 points. SLAPPED OUT—Larry Kenon, left, of the New York Nets slaps the ball out of the hands of Gus Gerard, center for the Spirits of St. Louis Sunday during ABA playoff game. New York won 111-105. Billy Paultz of New York is at right. (AP Wirephoto) Knictcs Grab 10th NBA Playoff Spot By The Associated Press For the ninth straight year, the New York Knicks arc a shoo-in for the National Basketball Association playoffs. But this time it's a pretty tight fit. The Knicks, who used to breeze into the playoffs in pasl years, had to squeeze in this time—and in fact needed the help of another team to do il Sunday. The Knicks beat the Buffalo Braves 105-93 and then had to sweat out Kansas City-Omaha's S5-9-1 victory over the Cleveland "avaliers. The results gave both teams identical season- ending records of -10-42, but the Knicks claimed the wild-card berth because they beat the Cavaliers 3-1 in their season series. "We really played like the Knicks of old," said Walt Frazier, who led the Knicks with 26 points. "The bail was zinging around and \vc were really moving. Buffalo likes to do a ot of switching on defense, and wo made them pay for it. We 'ound the open man." "For pride's sake, it always s nice to get into the playoffs," added Frazior's backcourt mate, Earl Monroe. The Knicks landed the 10th and last berth and will face Houston Tuesday night in the opener of the Eastern Conference playoffs. In another first- round game Tuesday night, Seattle will play Detroit in the Western Conference. In other games Sunday, the Washington Bullets -beat the S T ew Orleans Jazz 119-103; the Petty, Foyt Cop Racing Trophies Fly The Associated Press Richard Petty «nd A.J. Foyt, rated by many to be the best race drivers America has produced, added victories to already bulging trophy cases during the weekend. Petty, already a $1.82 million winner in stock cars, rode his red and blue Dodge to an overwhelming victory in the 230- mile Gwyn Staley Memorial Grand National race at North Wilkesboro. N.C., on Sunday. It was the 37-year-old Petty's 18th carer triumph, his 12th in 28 starts on the five-eighths of a mile North Carolina oval and his fourth in seven outings this year. Foyt, racing's all-time money winner with more than S3 million in ,1 career span that matches Pety's 17 years, beat 1074 Indiana polls winner Johnny Rutherford to the wire to capture the Trenton 200 for U.S. Auto Club championship cars. The 40-year-old Foyl. known variously as "Super Tex" and "Tough Tony," established a new race record of 154.625 miles per hour for the 1.5 mile Trenton Fairgrounds layout. Petty, toiling on a much smaller oval, the rustic North around for two hours. 46 minutes and 33 seconds to beat the Chevrolet-driving Cale Yarborough by almost four laps. Foyt, taking home the 50th career victory in the hot USAC championship cnrs, now has won three of his four starts this year and appears an odds-on favorite to pick up an unprecedented fourth triumph at Indianapolis, the next stop on the I USAC tour. The Texan started 10th in the line-up at Trenton—rain canceled time trials Saturday and forced the drivers to draw starting assignments from a hat—but lie grabbed the lead on the 21st lap and never was headed. The race was run without a yellow light being shown as Mike Moscley came home third, Wally Dallanbach fourth and Tom Sneva fifth. Petty lost the front row pole position at North Wilkesboro to upstart Chevrolet driver Darrell Waltrip of Franklin, Tenn. But he beat Waltrip to the slaj-ting line and was never worse than fifth in the early stages. He was in and out of the load several times before taking command for good at the ]59th lap. His average speed was 90.009 m.p.h., held down by four yellow lights involving 34 laps. His share of the purse was 56,675. Foyt was paid about $15,000. Placing third behind Petty and Yarboc-oufch was Buddy Baker in a Ford. Dave Marcis drove n Dodge to fourth place while 1973 Grand National Rookiq of the Year Lennic Pond came in fifth in a Chevrolet. Waltrip led the race briefly between laps five and 17, but faded after that and wound up seventh behind Benny Parsons, the recent Daylona 500 winner. Portland Trail Blazers walloped the Los Angeles Lakers 126-97; the Seattle SuperSonics stopped the Phoenix Suns 114-111 "and the Chicago Bulls ripped the Pro Cage Standings IXVAT, NBA STANDINGS EASTKUN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division „ , >V I, Pet. OB Hoston 60 23 .732 — liiiilnlo -lil M .KM n N ~f * T ort -10 43 .455 20 Philadelphia ;i.| 4$ .jjj n s Central Division Houston ,)( 41 '5^5 19 CluvelanU -!0 42 .488 20 Allanla .11 51 .373 39 New Oilcans 23 59 .280 37 WESTERN CONFERENCE MldKett Division Chicago 47 33.571 — Kaiuas Oily-Omaha 4-1 38 .5:17 3 Detroit 40 42.488 7 Milwaukee js 44 .453 9 Pacific Division Golden siale 43 34 SS5 — Seattle 43 33 .524 5 Portland 38 44 .463 10 Phoenix 32 so ,;;M l« Us Angeles SO 52.360 IS Sulurday's frames Boston 111. Philadelphia C7 Washington 12.1, Atlanta US Milwaukee 119. Detroit 10G Seattle 103. Golden State 10S Sunday'ii names N-w York 10.I. Buffalo 9'i Washington 119. New Orleans 103 Kansas Citv.Qmaha 95, Cleveland 54 Portland 125. Lot Anseles 97 Seattle 114. Phoenix lit Clilcauo 112. .Milwaukee 100 rl-AVOKFH Opening Round All Series Besl-of.Tlire* Today's Gnnics No frames scheduled Tuesday's Games Milwaukee Bucks 112-100. Triggered by Frazier's lead ership and a burst of 1- straight points in the thirc quarter, the Knicks rolled pas Buffalo. New York's victory overshadowed a 32-point effor by Buffalo's Bob McAdOO which made him the fifth high est single-season scorer in NBA history. McAdoo finished the season with 2,831 points, the most since Wilt Chamberlain accumulated 2,948 with San Francisco in the 1963-64 season Kings 95, Cavaliers 9t Nate Archibald scored 33 points and Ron Behagen blocked a shot by Fred Foster with one second left as Kansas City-Omaha shattered Cleveland's playoff hopes. Bullets 119, Jazz 103 Wes Unsold hauled down 30 rebounds to win the NBA's re bounding title as Washington beat New Orleans. Trail Blazers 120, Lakers 87 TJoyd Neal poured in 21 points and Portland outscorec Los Angeles 38-15 in the second period to run away from the Lakers. Sontcs 114, suns 111 Archie Clarke fired in 31 points to lead Seattle over Phoenix. Bulls 112, Bucks 100 Norm Van Lier scored 24 points and Roland Darret added 19 to power Chicago pas Milwaukee. WELDING COURSE G.I. Approved - 16 Week Evening Classes Begini April 28, 1975 Cost; M58.00 CAU, REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTER 747-0576 or Veterans Oufreoch 762-4518 New York at Houston, first game \Vftstem Conference Detroit at Seattle, first name AB.A PI.AVOFFS All Series Hest-o< Seven All Times KDT Hrjt Round Saturday's (innie Western Division Indiana 122. San Antonio 11!), OT. Indiana leads series 1-fl Sunday's Gnmei Eastern Division New York 111, SL Louis 105. New York leads series 1-0 Kentucky 98, Memphis 91, Kentucky eads series 1-0 Western Division Denver 132, Utah 107. Denver leads srrxs i-o Today's r;nmr« W't'stern tHvisInn Indiana at Sar\ Antonio. S:33 p.m. Utah «t Uci'.ver. 9:1)5 p.m. Kuslpni IHviMnn Memphis at Kentucky, 1 :?>'-, p.m. Wheelmen Hold Bicycle Races SLATON (Special)—The Lubbock County Wheelmen held bicycle races at Horseshoe Bend Canyon Sunday. David Mayer-Oakes won the Senior I Class (33.6 miles) in a time of 1:28.46. Tom Hutchinson Jr., was second in 1:29.16 and Geoff Harley third with a 1:29.36 clocking. Clair Weber won the 22.4-mile Senior U class with a I'OO.Sl clocking. Jim Bob Huddleston was second with n time of 1:00.31 and Alan Johnson was third in 1:04.04. John McCulloch won the Veterans' race (22.4 miles) in 1:12.07, George Canon was second with a 1:14.21 clocking and Jasper Hubbert third with a time of 1:31.11. In the Senior m (11.2 miles) class, Rob Layton won with a 31:15 time, followed by Alan Hundley (35:19) and Handy Sanders (36:52). Queens Again Reign Over AAU Cagers GALLUP, N.M. (AP) — The lady hoopsters from U'ayland Baptist College of Plainview, Tex., have grabbed the national women's AAU basketball title for the second year in a row. The Plainview squad used the 17-point shooting of Carolyn Bush and the 16-polnt scoring of Brenda Moeller to lunge to a 68-45 rout of Fullerton, Calif., Saturday in the championship game of the tournament. Miss Bush was voted the tournament's outstanding player. Waylancl bolted to an early lead in the title clash, and had a seven-point edge at the half at 28-21. Tilings got worse in the second half for second-seeded Fullerton, which gradually slid to the 23-point final deficit. Ellen Mosher and Mavis Washington, each with 11 points, were Fullerton's leading scorers. Third place in the tourney went to Allentown, Pa., which •erpowcred Brownstnwn, Ind., 81-66 in a game earlier Saturday. COMPLETE LINE OF ARCHERY EQUIPMENT 'BEAR" — "BEN PEARSON" Most Acctsories Aluminum - Fforglas Arrows 1*07-13* S/^/L RDTO-HAMMER j .ri%r-~- H-HT; HJ od«I 726 Sales-Rentals-Repairs MAC AUSTIN, INC. 765-8508 1701 Texas NHL's Second Season Opens Play Tuesday By The Associated Press It's ao inch that airlines an< hotels did landmark busines Sunday. National Hockej League clubs finally found ou the matchups for the best-of three first round, and hurrie< reservations were made for sb teams who will .be atartin their series Tuesday night. Two clubs, the New Yor Rangers and the New Yor Islanders, didn't have tha problem. They will be facin off against each other in wlu can loosely be called a "com muter series." But the Toronto Maple Leaf will be on their way to Los An geles to face the Kings, the Ch cago Black Hawks will hea east to meet the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues wi travel to Pitsburgh as Sunday' Pro Hockey Standings FCVAL Philadelphia N. Y. Rangera N. Y. Islanders Atlanta Vancouver St. Lo Chicago Minnesota Kansaj City Montreal Los An teloa Pittsburgh Detroit Washington Buffalo Boston Toronto California NHL STAXDINOS Ulvltloa L I yv L. T ««. OF r. 51 18 II 113 29.! I 37 29 U 88 310 Z 33 25 22 88 Kl 22 34 31 15 S3 243 233 Division 2 38 32 10 88 271 25 35 31 14 84 269 2 37 35 8 82 268 * 23 W 7 63 221 3, _., IS M U U 184 32 DlrJsloa s 47 14 19 113 374 23 42 17 n 105 269 «. •a 45 8 67 Jo* < 49 18 15 113 354 „ 40 !S 14 94 345 2' 31 3J IS 78 2SO SOS 10 48 13 51 212 316 . 15 89 32S 28 13 58 259 5 21 181 , las An«elea 5. California 3 r*., , s™*'* 1 '" Games Chicago 3, Minnesota 0 Philadelphia 6, Atlanta 3 Toronto 4, Boston 4, tl» Washington 8, Pittsburgh 4 . Si. Louis 3, Kansns City 2 LOJ Angelei 1. California 1, ttf REGULAR SEASON ENDS PLAYOFFS' Bwrt-oC-Tlirw S*rtM lot Aageles v*. Toronto lTos'p'ni Toronto at Los Anzelen 9-w"p r ra. Al>rl1 Ml L °' Angtlcl * l Toronto ii?i?K£ prl i I . 12> Torollt ° »t 11:05 p.m.. If necessary Boston vs. Clilcaio Tues., A»ril S, Chlcaio at Boiton, 7:35 .m. Thur.. April 10, Boston at Ghlca«>. „ m'Sf* 1 " 11 1J ' CM™** »t Boflan, 7:35 D.m.. If necessary Plttsbarth T*. St. Lool* Tjies, Ap^ g, St. Louis at :w p.m. Thur., April 10, Pittsburgh at St Loul 8:05 u.m. , I? 1 - APrfl 11, St. Louli at Pittsburgh lisa p.m.. If necessary York Raafera TS. New York Islaad Krl. April 11. xi w ' Y^ jjUnJerj a .=17 York Hangers, 9:OS p.m., if neces Philadelphia, Vancouver, Montreal an Buffalo draw first-round byes. WTfA JJU niririan W L ' x-tfow England 43 30 Cleveland 33 4o Chicago 30 47 Indlanapolli is 57 x-Houslon Sun Diego San Diego Mjnnt sot* Phoenix Baltimore x-Quebec Toronto IVJnnipeff Vancouver Edmonton West S "Hi' 2H 21 3 73 23« 25 1 61 281 31 3 39 21S 33 53 24 0 10} 367 24 43 31 « 33 .'•3 31 20 53 4 SO 326 X 3 87 SOS 27 3 83 300 26 4 44 201 3; Caaadlan Division 32 0 92 331 2M 2 B8 31!) 3C 5 SI 322 2i « 33 3S 35 37 39 ...™. 38 38 4 76 S78 27 x-cllached divltlon title Saturday 1 ! r;amrs Cleveland 5. New England 3 Houston 8. Minnesota 2 Quebec D. Winnings 5 Sun Ulego 8. Indianapolis 3 Baltimore 7. Phoenix 6. OT Vancouver 3, Edmonton 1 Sunday's Gamo< Vancouver 4. Indianapolis 3 .Minnesota 6. Baltimore 5, OT Houston 5, Toronto 2 finn Dingo 5. Winnipeg 5 OT, tie Edmor.ton 6. Chicago 3 Toilny's Gamef Houston at Baltimore ntXiVI'Alt SEASON ENDS Quarter-Finals Ail Ktnt-ol-7 Series Series A April 10. Cleveland at Houston April r. 1 . Cleveland at Hmislon April 13, Houston at Clnvelsnr) .\«ril L"., Houston at Cleveland April 17, Cleveland at Houston, If neces sary April 19. Houston at Cleveland, u neces sai-v April 23, Cleveland at Houston, If necei Series B Phoenix vs. Quebec, schedule In be m inuncctl. Will open at Quebec on April Kerlei O Ann! 9. Minnesota at New England April 11. Minnesota at New England Ai>ril 13, New England at Minnesota April ]5, New KnKlanrt at Minnesota Apnl 17, Minnesota at New KntfltnA, II ecssary April 19. New Enztand at Minnesota If eces.iary April 22. Mlnnejola at New England, If eccssarj' Sertei I> April 3. Toronto at San Dledo April \ 1 2, Toronto at San Dleiga Atiri! II san IJlcsro at Toronto April IS. Kan TJiego 81 Toronto April IS. Toronto at Ban Dleso, If necss- ary April 21. San DJeffo at Toronto. It ncccif April 21. -San Diego at Toronto, if ncces- April 23, Toronlo at San Dlefo, If neces iry MOTORISTS ROBBED BY GAS THIEF Motorists are bang robbed by a sly Ihief who steals gas wtife they drive. The oi- xit is a dirty carburetor, which wastes yetious fuel and causes poor engine performance. Now you can restore efficiency thanks to WVWS* Carturetor Cleaner. This special spray forrnib works without dsmantlng' to istantly remove gum and varnisji, curb rough idfing and sidling, as it increases mileage. 5) lor happier motoring, get WYWfS Carburetor Cleaner today. t-t results finalized the standings and the matchups for the 197475 renewal of Stanley Cup play. In Sunday's games, the Montreal Canadians downed the Detroit Red Wings 4-2, the K ! .ngs tied tl\ e California Seals 1-1. the Blaclc Hawks blanked the Minnesota North Stars 3-0, the Islanders topped the Rangers 64, the Philadelphia Flayers bested the Atlanta Flames G-2. the Maple Leafs and Bruins played a 4-4 tie, the Washington Capitals blasted the Penguins 8-4 and the Blues trimmed the Kansas City Scouts 3-2. "The new season starts Tuesday," said Boston's Bobby Orr, Who won his second scoring title with two goals and an assist to finish with 135 points- eight more than teammate Phil Esposio, "Any time you win a sewing title it's nice," Orr added. "But it's over now; it doesn't count any more." So Orr will lead Uie Bruins against the Black Hawfcs Tuesday night in a game that worries Chicago coach Billy Reay. "We didn't win a crucial game all year," said Reay after Tony JEsposlto's 52nd career shutout and sixth of the season. "We played a lot of crucial games this season and fell down each time. 'We'll have a chance to prove different in the playoffs.' So will everyone else. "The statistics all go out the window now," said Rangers' center Pete Stemko\vski. "Now we start a whole new season." Canadlcns 4, Red Wings 2 Defenseman Serge Savard scored two goals—one from 70 feet, the other from 50—to Join the 20-goal club and help coach Scotty Bowman record his 300th career victory. The Canadiens, who won a first-round bye by taking the Division 3 crown, also got goals from Yvon Lambert and Larry Robinson. Nick Libett and Mickey Redmond scored for Detroit, which begins summer vacation today. Kings 1, Seals 1 Larry Patey scored the Seals' last goal of 1974-75, and possibly their last goal ever, to help California tie the playoff-bound Kings. The Seals, wh 0 may be moved or folded by the league before next season starts, fell behind 1-0 at 16:09 of the first period when Tom Williams icored from 40 feet. Black Hawks 3, North Stars 2 Chicago, disappointed to be finishing third, gave coach Billy Reny his 500th career victory to close out the regular season. Goals by Doug Jarrett, Ivan Boldirev and Cliff Koroll lifted Reay Into a tie with Toe Biakc 'or second place among all- time coaching leaders. "But it's a little hollow after last Saturday night, when the Hawks lost their hopes of finishing second in Division 2. Islanders 6, Hangers 4 The Islanders and Rangers previewed their first-round series with the third-year Islanders scoring their second straight triumph over their intra-city rivals. "It took 80 games to prove we belong in the playoffs," said veteran Ed Westfall of the Islanders, who will lead his club into its first playoff ever against a team that has been in contention—but hasn't won tlte Cup—for the last eight years. "Maybe they'll choice again," hoped Islanders' goalie Glenn Res oh. ( Mapi e Leafs 4, Bndns 4 "Orr looks ready. I hope ev- srybody else is," said Rruins' coach Don Cherry after the tie. Cherry will find out Tuesday night when, Orr says, "We're going to surprise a lot of people." Flyers R, Flames 2 Bernie Parent won his second consecutive Vezina Trophy as he league's top goalie and the Flyers won the home ice advantage for every round they play in the playoffs with the victory over the Flames. They von the Division 1 bye by clinching first last month. Goals by Bob Kelly and Bill Clement helped Philadelphia carry a 14-game unbeaten streak into the playoffs while the Flames packed their bags and headed home. Reggie Leach scored his 45th and Rick MacLelsh added his 38th for the Flyers. Capitab 8, Penguins 1 Four goals by Stan Gilbertson helped Washington finish the worst season in league history on a winning note. The Caps lost 67 of. their 80 games and gave up 446 goals. "It's nice to go out a winner," Gilbertson said. Bines s, Scoots 3 The Blues clinched second In Division 2 on Larry Sacharuk's 20th goat of the year and others by Garry linger and Floyd Thomson. The expansion Scouts finished their opening season with 15 victories. 54 losses and 11 ties. Hull Sets Record In Season Finale By The Associated Press Bobby Hull broke Phil Esposito's goal scoring record with his T7th tally of the season Sunday night, but be and his Winnipeg Jets face a long summer while eight'other World Hockey Association clubs prepare for the playoffs. Hull wound up with a sparkling 142 points in 78 games x adding 65 assists to his goal output. But he finished second in scoring to San Diego's Andre Lacroix, who amassed 41 goals and 106 assists to lead the Mariners into a post-season series with the Toronto Toros. The two finished their regular seasons as the Jets and Mariners tied 5-5 Sunday night. Other best-of-seven first- round series will match the Cleveland Crusaders against the defending champion Houston Aeros, the Minnesota Fighting Saints against the East Division champion New England Whalers, and the expansion Phoenix Roadrunners against the Canadian Division titlist Quebec Nordiques. "Missing the playoffs is a letdown," said Hull, the 36-year- old left wing. "Yet everything we've been able to do as line kind of heals the wound a little." Hull's line, with Ulf Nilsson at center and Anders Hedberg on right wing, accounted for 156 goals, including 5.T by Hedberg in his first professional season. "What happened this year ,vas just because of those *uys." Hull said. "Everything that happened was because . .. we played unselfishly all year." Meanwhile, the Vancouver Blazers trimmed the Indianapolis Racers 4-3, and the Edmonton Oilers beat the Chicago Cougars 6-3. Hull's historic 'goal came at 19:26 of the middle period, on a wrist shot from just inside the blue line that beat Mariners net 'minder Russ Gillow. That topped the record Esposlto set in 1970-71, when he collected 76 goals in 78 games. Fighting Saints 6, Blades 3 Gary Gambucci scored three goals, Including the winner in overtime, as Minnesota tripped Baltimore. The Blades had an empty-net goal nullified by an offside call. Then Wayne Connelly rapped in the tying goal with eight seconds loft in regulation play. Protests from the Baltimore fans approached riot proportions and referee Brent Casselman refused to leave the ice without a police escort. Aeros 5, Toros 2 Jim Sherrit and Frank the Minnesota Fighting Saints topped the Baltimore Blades 6-5 in overtime, Houston tripped Toronto 5-2, Hughes scored two goals apeice to pace Houston. Frank Mahovlich and Wayne Dillon got Toronto's goals. Blazers 4, Racers 3 Vancouver clinched fourth place in the Canadian Division behind two goals by Hugh I .ar- ris. Miek Pelyk and Don Burgess had the other Blazers scores, Bob Sicinski, Dick Pro- ceviat and Nick Harbaruk hit for Indianapolis. Oilers 8, Cougars 3 Bruce MacGregor scored twice as Edmonton finished its season with a victory over Chicago. Ken Baird, Barry Long, Bobby Sheehan and Mike Rogers also connected for the Oil- ers. The Cougars got two goals from Jan Popeil and one from Bryan Baltimore. W. I. Pittman, Director.,. personally invites you to join the West Texas Savings team. The Officers and Directors, backed by over 265 local stockholders, assure our community of competent and friendly savings and loan service. Drop in at 50th and Indiana and enjoy a true taste of good old fashioned West Texas hospitality. ___, r West Texas Savings Association Tj j 1:3400 50th. Street- Lubb^k'.TTxisfsW - Pt.792-3753 " ----- ...-., r^-l y Believe It or Not! THE EARLIEST BASEBALL GAMEONRICORD OCCURRED JUNE 19, |fl4€, IN HOBOKEN, NEW OERS€X THE "NEWVORK NINE" DERATED THE KNICKERBOCKERS 23TO/. THE FIRST ALL-PROFESSIONAL TEAM, THE CINCINNATI REP STOCKING^ MAOe THEIR BASEBALL DEBUT IN 1869. WOM 1795 TO TOCKY-R* IrJO YEARS six setiEflAnoNS OF THE BEAM FAMliy HAVE BEEN MAJOM6 THE WORLtfS FMCT 80UR80N Club Pittsburgh.. St. Louis.. . F'hiladelphia Montreal.... New York... FINAL 1974 MAJOR NATIONAL EAST DIVISION VJ. 88 8G 80 79 71 Chicaco 66 L. Pet. 74 .543 75 .5.14 82 .194 82 .491 91 .438 96 .407 WEST DIVISION Club W. Los AriRcles.. 102 Cincinnati.... Atlanta,. Houston San Francisco L. Pet. 60 .630 64 .605 74 .543 81 .500 90 .444 Ssn Diego.... GO 102 .370 t—Allinu, G.D. ,8* 22 G.B. ' 4" U 21 30 42 LEAGUE STANDINGS AMERICAN EAST DIVISION Club W. L. Pel. G.B Baltimore.,.. 01 71 .562 New York.... 89 73 .5-J9 "2" Boston..... 84 78 .519 7 Cleveland.... 77 85 <t'/5 \t\ Milwaukee.. 76 86 469 15 Detroit 72 90 [ill 19 WEST DIVISION -Club W. L. Pet. G.B. Oakland 90 72 556 icnas' 84 76 .525 5" Minnesota... 82 80 506 8 Chicaco 80 80 .500 9 KansJisCity.. 77 85 .475 13 California.... 68 94 .420 22 TltS-CMnw J. Cililxnu. MinnnMl, Tim. 80 PftOOr KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY DISTItUD AND BOTTLED BY THE JAMES 6. SEAM DISTILLING CO, CLERMONT BEAM K£f?TUCI<Y

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