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16-B—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Tuesday Evening, April R.J 975_ ggets, Pacers Grab 2-0 Leads In ABA Playoff Sets By The Associated Press DKNVER (AP) - The Denver Nuggets, overcoming a 10- point deficit in the final quarter on (lit; play of forward Hobby .lanes and moved into a commanding posi- and guards Mack Calvin Ralph Simpson, have third and fourth games will be played in Salt Lake City Wednesday and Friday. In Ihc only other ABA playoff Monday night, the In Pacers lumed back -he game San Antonio Spurs flS-Oli to take a '1-0 lend in their best-of-7 first-round series. "We're 2-0. that's a heck of an advantage," Denver coach Stars always [.lay well at ! a minute later with a three-i Denver points, the Utah lead Iwmc." i|wint play for an S.>R(t lead. Iwas just 105-103 with 8:15 left. The Western Division diam-J Ron Hoone's layup barely a Handy Dcnlon's three baskets pious pulled out the triumph!minute into the final period over the fourth-place Stars tle-jtiave Utah ils .10-poinl think spite falling bohinrl 101-91 early paced Utah's 42-pnint. lion in their American Basketball Association playoff scries with Utah. The Nuggets' I2U-120 triumph 1 ry Brown said. "Rut we can'ljlime deficit to lead 07-S!) at Hit- Monday night gave Ihem a W) take anything' for granted. Utalijenrl of the period, Roche scored in the final period. Utah guard .Inlm (luarlcr, during which the Slarsiwould rebounded from UIRO. "1 didn'l think there Roche [chance for us then," Ihird'said. "If you had told up close kept the Stars on top| ad van- Il!)-n2, but Calvin's layup aj minute later put the Nuggets was a i ahead 11G-115 for the first time Brown nic we a edge in Western their Division hest-o( seven came in here and gave us aiseven scries. Theigood game tonight. And the' half-iwoulcl /y." Denver win ha VL- SI.v von points, I were cni- •hipping away. Beck Reds Topple LA In 14th games at the end of last season, batted .:>2l in spring train- and is hitting a cool .l~ti year . . . albeit with left. Itil <(,'oil finned From Pag-e. One) Carter, who nicked Gibson (or a run-scoring single in the firs!,'ing wrapped it up in the ninth wi(hthis his three-run homer off a fast ball from Klias Sosa. j Gibson, seeking his L'Mlh lifo- rJnlhusiasm and hustle a la [ time victory, took a 4-3 lead Pete Rose are among Carter's i inlo the eighth and notched his trademarks, the strapping (i-jl-'th .strikeout by fanning Pete foot-2, 205-pound Califocnian Mackanin for the second out. runs full-speed to his position in Bui Larry Parrish singled, so the field and sprints to firs; i did pinch hitter Larry Biitlncr base after drawing a walk. j ancl Su °tt drilled his two-run "I'll tell you this was a hecKfdouble clown the lefl field line. of a birthday present." Carter, who hit .'107 in Major Boxes 1'iuc'knci K M.Mola n)> Wvilll iCI.I.S U.SCI.VXATI ,ib i h l)i nil rli l)i .1 Fl J II MOM- if Ti \ 'i IJ I toon Morcnn 2b r. n •• ii base i n u n RCIK-II i: "i n n nl Li o o u 'iTn-cz lh fi o n n S I I B I'ni-iH-ion ss (i fl 2 t s.i miscoring Parrish and pinch run- nine. 1101 ' Jerry White. Keels ',', Dodgers I Cincinnati, which finis'.ied four panics behind Los Angeles in the NL West lasl year, cd:;e.J Ihe Dodgers when Cesar Geronimo raced home from (hire! on pincn hitler George kniicUlcballcr Charlie Houi'h with two oat. in the bottom of l'"c;-;us«i> rf ."i ft 1 II Gnlfey rf li.ijvi-v Ib li fl r, 1 VuknvUiti 3V <;cy 3!i fi l) I fl; .'ill Ycaficr r H 0 n Fl Gl-'o.strr pfi Kusscll bs 5 0 n 0 GullcU p Tolnl - 'IT 1 S 1 Tnlal T;u; out when M inning run sco;cd. iiixiccrs (ino UK) n"nnot) tm— I itrii* (ion mil IHIO mill in— i-:—Conception. t>r>—Cincinnati -'. I.OI! I.on Ani-elcs 10. Cmi-innaii 11. 1'R .> ft 1 o! :; ft i n { i' o i' /I 'n the fourth when io . . n. Gnrvcy. S.R-Moil;aii 2. S—Jlarshall. Rcllcnmund. Griffey. IP H R Ell HB Sullen 7 .") 1 1 1 M:ir>hnl1 .1 ' Hdlish ll,,ll-li 1 •.'-:'. ' o; ''".Cm-roll Rdrlnn Oau-> (W.l-Oi WP _.:t fl 1 '2-3 ft 2 .1 5UMon. PB—Yraarr. II 2 n n ii (i T— 3:i .MONTREAL sr l.Ol IS ah r Ii hi Scon If ill 2 Brock If Fr.h s^ ."i '2 '2 (t .Si-M'mmc ':t PMimaiil rf 41^1 McBriilc <•[ .InrsciiMi Ib ! 0 I) 0 Rsmiih if l-'oolc f ."i 1 f) fl TSimnir.ns t rarlcr r( I 1 :i i KHrnilz lh -Mackamn 2I> S 0 1 f) Tie:!/ 3h Parrish 3li 1 t 1 D KJnnkmari s -\k-Nally p 2 n ft ft IHvyor nh niittnc rph I 0 I 0 Sosn p .While pr fl 1 0 0 Glbsfin F> Total 3SS It 7 Tola! Monlrral 'IflOrilCl OM— 8 M. 1,0111s FIO-4 112(1 fid0— I K—Marknnin Parrish f'ailfr Foli. T> son. I.OR- Montreal :i. St. I/nils 8. '2K- l-'oli. Si/cmore. sroit. Hft—l:>-mith ill. Carter 111. SB -P.Mnngual. ti—ParrUli. IP H R KK Hll SO JlPNally IW.!-0| 7 'J I 2 a 'J Mlll-iay 2 n n D fl •_> Gibson ll.,0-li S fl 5 5 :> 12 fnsn 1 2 .1 •_• n 1 snvp—Murray HI, \vp~.Mr.\ally, r,ib- trm. T-~2:(I7. A—31,760. The Dodgers tnc..]< a 1-0 Don Gi 48 •' u T! ' ssue( J consecutive walks "'Jimmy Vvynn and Fcjgusor and Garvcy singled. The Ruclr, tied it against Don Sutlon in the sixth on singles by Rose, Jcc Morgan and Dave Concent-ion. Astrns :i, Braves •> •>\ Houston's Jose Cruz tool; a'.li| vantage of an interference call jj| against Atlanta catcher Vic i^Corrcll with a tie-brori'xing (three-run homer, capping a [five-run fifth-inning raMy "V 1 Vo- a R» inst Fhil Niekro that erased ,51:! fijst 2-0 deficit. •lijijt; Cesar Ccdono's infield single -i o ft ft| drove in the first of live \ o" * | unearned runs before Mill May ft o oi apparently flicd oul to end lot- in the (juarter. After lloche's two free throws tied i). at 118-118 wilh 2:0 left, Jones, Denver's talented rookie, hit two consecutive baskets, Calvin scored on a laytip follow- by Simpson, and a jumper for a with 1)1 seconds ing a block Simpson hit 12G-.I18 lead left, "You can't have letdowns like thai against a good basketball team," Utah coach Tom is'isalke said. "Jones made a big basket for them, and then we lot Calvin drive down the middle at Ihe end. That hurt U.S." Calvin had 11 of his 27 points in the final stan/a, and Simpson scored 20 of his 28 points in the second half. Both were on target most of lhc night, with Calvin hitting 13-oMS field O«U from NATIONAL WtAlHt* SFftWCE. NOA4, U.5. Depf. +* COHMM/C* 20 FORECAST ••••••••••••^•hMIH JU * 60 Figurct Show low T*mp*/alur*v UolaUj Pr«tipitoiion Not Indicated- Ceniull LBcal F«r r»c«il WKATHETl FORECAST—Rain and showers were forecast today for the Southeast. Snow was expected for the northern and central Plains. Unseasonably cool weather was forecast for all the nation except Florida and the eastern Gulf. (AP Wirephoto) day. SNOWS HUSTLK —Twenty-year-old Moses Maione. rookie sensation of the Utah Stars, is knocked down on this first-quarter play against tile Denver Nuggets but still manages (,:> pel off a pass l,> a I.eammale Monday ni^ht. Mike Green and Robby Jones of Novels attempt to break up the pass. (AP Wircphoioi goals aaid Simpson going 11- for in. Jones. mciinwhile. besides scoring 15 points and grubbing! arc ln ll rebounds, blocked three ''"" shots and had two assists. Denver center Mike Green chipped in with 24 points and a game-high 1.0 rebounds. The Stars wore led by Boonc, who scored 2!) points before leaving the game midway through the final period with a bruised shoulder. He's expected to play Wednesday night, however. Dcnlon added 23 points and 16 rebounds for the Stars. At San Antonio George McGinnis collected :!0 points in Ihc second half to trigger Indiana's victory over San Antonio. He scored only three points before the intermission and wound up with '.\3. "I fell I had embarrassed myself and my teammates." McGinnis said of the first half. "The guy.s look to me for leadership and I played like a nigh school player." McGinnis won the regular! season scoring litle and was) named co-rr.ost. valuable player j with Julius Krving of the New' York Nets. | McGinnis said (hat sol off his! scoring .spurt in Die second j half. " | "It was really a one-half ball! game.'' he said. "Neither team! scorned to do well in the first' half, but, we came back in the i second." Weatket- LUBBOCK AND VICINITY— Sunny and niild this afternoon with a high in the mid 60s. Fair and cold tonight with the low expected to he in the mid 30s. Clear 1o partly .cloudy and warmer Wednesday with a high near 70. Southwesterly winds 20 to 30 miles per hour this afternoon becoming southerly 5 to 15 m.p.h. tonight. Wind warnings for area lakes lo- Official j-eailitius as iccorcleu by the Xationa] WtMtJicj- Service .station at L.ub- b.ick Regional Airport: I 70 - p.m. .. 3 p.m. .. •I p.m. .. ^> p.m. .. i> i>.ni. .. 7 p.m. .. /\re«i ^01 station Big Springs Crosbylon Hereford Lamesa Lockelville Lubbock Matador Morton Mule.shoe Seminole Halfway " Clovis, N.M. . . ' i ier 67 fi2 50 58 57 63 G;: .... 5-J ripe Mln. •16 5S 48 '5'' 50 46 51 51 55 lO •17 ran 10 Kay Avc. Mln c.( 51 <],] C 2 ^,1 ; 5C 0 J 53 ^17 lire? . .Normal 60 55 "iO 'in 'i 0 , 55 57 CK 56 J7 5 Avt. One i «ar Ago fi9 K7 ' K-l . CO cc ^ 57: 'ii ; as • 63 - .1 a.m -10 72 L! a,m 40 51 ,"> a.rii lift fil I a.m, ;ifi ti'i .Va.m .!» Bl 6 a.m .17 5ft 7 n.rn. .'16 5n 5 a.m Ti7 JI ril fl a.m T>'.\ II) p.m 18 in a.m. 4S II t>.m 4»' II n.m 4^ iNfuluiu'lit 45 Noon ."i2 i Su n sets ;i( S: \?, \y. m,; sun rises a I ] 7:12.1 n.m. Wctlncsilny. Readings c? In Texas IIiKli anil !ovv tempera- lures for Texiis cities as re- ptirled by the National Weather Service station at Lubhcick Regional Airport for Ihe 21-hmir porintl ended al 7 a.m. today: City High LOW l.ubnnck _ 71 afi nalhurt Wirhita Falls A'M.A.VTA r,srr If EV.TH.S .'ih Ltmi l\t Bnkn rf Offu-r cf ah r h Ii r. i n n caiioii ir •l n I n RAnclrws 'Jli I 1 1 ft Ccdrno rf 101! M.M.ny <• 1 fl 1 1 r.lhnsn Ib -I n n n '2 f> » n ^ n fl o 2 -! •: Blanks Total M.Mnv awarded fci cncc, Illusion E— IC\nns rnnrM JI. L : J>— . .l.rni/. (ll. ^n -Cc<]i-nn. fa si'— C.Joiinsn. in H r.-Nii-Vin ([,.!)-!> I 'J-~, !< jr.irri-n.i ] |.:i i - Dic-ikcr (W. HBP-l>y f.ilck Oils of KANSAS CITV CAI.II (I ah i h hi '2. II fl II MNrlllps ^ 0 II n River s U Mamrn-v 111 ! 1 1 1 Haipr-r n Mfllfie If 1 I) fl n Rccliio !l- Kii!c!)-p\v <lh \ 0 fl II Ijihouii r) OBlt-H :»•> .1110 fhalk :.h Puisnn r-f ~v n n n KIIIIII?I>/ C'lwrns rf fl fj [I n Rcni> 'Jh rRnias' Ijb .'! 0 I I OKamii '. H.-nly f S n fl (1 ifcoh nh Total ^'i •_ .; •_' Tola; :>8 On? oiil when winning run M nrrfl Kair<-nv C'ity IHO oil! fl K--KlKrtrmir/. pp.-Kan-,-,s 1.OB—Ka.isas filv .1, I'alif.irnia rh,,lk. Hi: Mavlirrr< id f;.F!rell, Palrk '2. SV Bix-hlr IP )I n I Busi>v ; :, •> Mmqori il..0-11 n I "| Birrl i.^ i ,1 /-^.'•n r\V.l-0' 'i .; •' HBP—bv Hvan lOti'.' \VP nonn inning. Bui plate umpire D<H; 2 n n p' Harvey ruled Correll's plovc i ' "'had interfered wilh May's ha 1 ..' Cliff Johnson's double then lird the score and Cm/, then clubbed his three-run shot over the right-field fence. The Braves nicked winiu.i Larry Dierker. who hurled a ; four-hitter, for bolh their run.; i NI-:\V YORK (AP i in the fourth inning on a lui the kind of seasons that itorsTo.v (batsman and singles by D.U'velS.! McGinnis and Julius Ki-viny ah r^hjnl Evans. Mike Lum and Djstyhiad. how can you choose bc- Bakcr. tween them as the best player Angels 3. Koyals 'I iin the American Kaskclbafl t\~- Rudy Meoli opened the ninth sedation? with a pinch single. California's j you can't-and that's why fu-sl hit since the third inning.: h(>lh arc lh e leatrue's "Mu ,t Steve Mingori replaced Steve i Valuable Player" this year. Busby and (he Ansels loaded; Vw lhc fil . st timo in pro ila; . on a walk to Morris; kc ,|, al ] |,i s tory, the hiyhcst nidi Mickey Rivers' v j clua i ,, r i/e will be shared—'iy .. Tommy Harper, McGinnis of lhc Jnciaina P;u . 01 .; PPPPP -n' clrovc in lhc ytlnK run wltl ' a! and ErviiiR of the New Yori^ .-r fi n jibloop sini^lc olf Doug Bird and;^ ols> n n o 2! lhc winner came home cr. :: i i 7;Rrute Bochtc's sacrifice fly. PB- niirrii. Ryan struck out more than 10 •oiiMv 'batters for the iiSlh lime in his ah r ii hi i career, tie fanned designated Harmon Killchrcw four times. John Maybcrry's sixLU- honicr had gi\ r en Kan.>-j,i 2-1 lead. Irving Award Austin Beaumont . . 8an Angelo Midland Alpinp. Houston CiilK'CStOIl . . San Antonio . .70 ..57 -.71 ..71 Corpus Clirisli ....... 71 Amarilln ........... . .HH Abilene .............. (jR Brnwnsvilln ....... SI Kl Pas,. ......... . n(i College Stiilicin ...... 7'i 83 50 51 \\ 39 fid fi7 ;->! •I!) 7! 34 t7 7!! .'Ifi At Interest In Arts Noted By Speaker By I.EON FLEMING Avalanche-Journal Staff The vital interrelationship between the university and the arts was stressed Monday night by the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. Nancy Hanks inaugurated the Alcoa Distinguished Lecture Series at Texas Tech University m an address focusing on "The University and the Arts." About 200 persons were in attendance. Citing the growth of the arts curriculum at Texas Tech, Miss Hanks said this mushrooming of interest in art, music, architecture, dance and theater is something Tech shares with campuses throughout America. Any university, she said, has two important arts-related roles in _this country: offering training in and presenting the arls. History Traced She traced briefly the history of the arts in America and how growth took place from the 17th century, when "religious motives were the prime mover of higher education," lo the early years of this century, when the .irnu Toial .1h :;o no. r, M «' cntthrr's inter. nrm unn IIIKI— 21 mill iijfi in\— fij I.OB--.\llanla I. Hie bases Nettles and M '- lc - ( ! r 1 )i hi I 10: •i n i n i hitter •i n i i :i n n i • in;o!™ iinK • D n ni City a 101!. They wore named ;is r.o-win- ners Monday in hallotiiiK b.> ! , spot-Is wTitcrs anrl broa;i- c;jslcrs. three from, each of tiio Icafjue's 10 cities. .McGinnis rial fi i i i D THE STANDINGS Tech Nelters Top Baylor t i n: n o n '.' - IL' Mmcon I RaceAvay Opens 1975 Season Arena Park Raceway opened its 3975 soa.son Sunday uith cars competing. Sixteen races were run in thcj classes of Hobby Stoc:knrs. .Mo-' dified Stockcr.s and Sprints. 1 Arena Park will begin its Friday night racing season this 1 Friday at 8 p.m. IttlflBV STOt K Fin.sT HKAT--.fames .McCuichin. wiutn- fs<-r; .Jat'r; Perry. Luhlioi-k; rinil Dr.ikp. I-uhbnck. SKCON'n HKAT—ilolnnrl .\7aitin. h'unrfown; .Vj<:k Olnik. l.uiiljryck; Ttjr.rny HolniP)., Lublxx-V. TI'.OI'IIY I.'AHH WINNRIt--r.o!,inrl Martin. CONSOLATION" RACE—Bollby Pin num. Lull- I.uliliork: Tommy llnlmcs; ntistor iloV ort.s, WhHcfarc. Monirmn STOCK FIRST HKAT-Cary TFI.MOI-. Can>nn; Charles Whintnn. l<l;iluii, Clii|i lluslifs Lulibock. SECO.VD HK.\T—(ifnt IMtinm'. .Mnanllo; P.ohuKl Mfllriin, l.ubboik: Mien WWIley, I.evcllnnil. Tllinn IIKAT-.I.D. Hutrhcs, Sundovvn; [nek \Vnorl, l.uhiHirk: \Vin.slon JJrilner, .S;m Anj,'do TKOI'nv HASH WINNBR—Oaiy T»ylnr. CONSOLATION RACE--GCIIC l^itlinm. Max ISiiffman. Amnrillo: .Isy Turner. I.vihlm< % k. MAIN -Max Huffman. Winston miner. Uit-k Wcxxl. SI'HI.VT CAHS FIPvST HBAT—Don Xahn. I.uhhm-k; Jerry Pullcn. Amanllo; Gni-y Hnllnivay.: l.uhhfick. SKCONVi HKAT- sleepy Neljnn, Lublxx-kT Cliarlie noHnii. l.ilbb'jck; fiavid Yr.iaer Liibbock. TUOPIDf HASH—.lerry F'ullen. .Mnarillo. CO !f H 0 I., A T [ o N—i rhnrles liaviilknn. Lubhocki Ted Hmv- aid, Uibhock; Rnnrty Willlnfthnni. Amnr- illn. MAIX—David Ycgiicr. CHarlcs Davidson, Charlie Bodon. MONDAY'S RESULTS AMKKxTAN LKACiLIO NATIONAL LEAGUE rini-innatl '2. I/i* Ar.k'eies 1. 11 itlil Mnntienl fi. St. I Koiivtdn S. Allnnta L' Other Hubs not sctieilutefl TIIK STAMJINOS A.MioizH'AX u;A<;i r r; ICusl nivisinn \\ t. ri - After, Ervint; j;ot 11. \-ntcs Cieorfjc; while Denver's Mack" drew six voles and Hobby Jr. ncs the twi... Not only were the voters u:i- dccidt'd on a single JIVP |)ln\- er, hut .so was Krving's ov\-i coach. Kevin Loujihery. He had said Iwlc in tile .season that ii Kn-inn didn't win the MVL 1 pri/t-. then surely McGinnis sho.ild. ".Vuliu.s does .so much fnr us day in and day nut, j don't M'c hnw any plajcr can po.s.^ililv help a team more," s.ud L'-'U^licry. "Bui George is '.i-.ii- iriL r a fantastic year for In fliana. He could well he lh". league's MVP." "It's a f^real honor lo aj;'i';i he selected and to share Hie MVP award wilh a player of the caliber of George." noto.1 Krving, a who won the while leading ABA championship. The feeling of happiness wa.s mutual from the (j-S .McGinnis, a second-year player who c;ip lured tht- league scoring title apiece. | mark. Roth forwards. McGinnis CaK-injand Krving each finished in Llic if.cjTop 10 in rc'hounding. assists, steals and three-point shoaling percentages. Krving is the second AHA player 10 win lhc award more 1 than once. Mel Daniels of In- • (liana did it in I%fl and :1D71. Oilier previous winners include 1 . Pillsmirgh's Connie Hawkins hi IDliS; Spencer llayvvood of Djn-t vcr in 1971); Art is Gilmorc f.f Kentucky in 1H72 and Carnlina's I'.iHy Cunningham in 1!)73. j MOB Meet Under Way The Across U.S. Ili^li ami Ion- (ompcra- turirs for U.S. t-ilic.s as rn- pnrtcd liy (lie Nations! Weather Scrvie« sl«tinn nl hnbbiick HcK'onitl Airpr)rl for tin- 2 1 -hour period ontlcil :it 7 a.m. today: City Biyli Low Albii<|iier<|iir ..r>n •>;, Anclinrajic ., .:ifl 2.T arts were beginning to find a place on lhe campus. She quoted educator Dewey: "The arls are not only intrinsically and directly |able, but they serve a purpose I beyond themselves. They are versities should take a more active sponsorship role or in other assist professional theater. She gave examples of uni- ersities which provide space and other services for active professional theatrical troupes. Playing Vital Role Finally. Miss Hanks stressed Ihe role of the university as "presenters of the arts," saying- "Do you realize that collectively the single greatest sponsorship of performance in the country would disappear" if universities gave up this role. She- cited the dance as an ex-" • ample here and called it the ' fastest growing art form in the '. country. Touring companies are • heavily sponsored by universities. Today, seven out of 10 tickets to dance performances ' in this counlry are sold outside • of New York Cily. Ten years ago, the situation was reversed. '•. Miss Hanks said. Museums, too. Miss Hanks 1 said, are important functions for the university. : Lubbock. the speaker said, is fortunate in that it has an active Bismarck. N.P floiso, Idaho Itostnn ... Uul'Tiilo. X.Y ('.-isper, \Vj-o 7] ;u 47 ,-,o r>(i 34 :)0 not luxuries of cducalion, but (experiences of that which makes ! any education worthwhile." ! But. the speaker also voiced words of warning during Monday night's lecture: thai facing financial uncertainty, organizations might follow tradition and cut the funding of arts programs first, offering as explanation. "Look at how long we Rol along without them." Such a step would mpan a cultural tragedy for the nation. Miss Hanks said. Warning Sounded If American universities city arts council and thriving '•• arts organizations — and. in ; John Texas Tech, a university "that : wants to be a good citizen, and is." ; City and college, she said, "work hand in hand" in Lub- '. jcide less ; happy and quite honored : selected. Julius has been before, but it's the firsl to be there time top honor n player in my •_> o o .-lnil ; Nc«- Voik .IIFX1 .Mil re Nr»- Yoik riiil.Tlrlphi Piusiuir^h West'nivisinn I ! U 1 i fl '1 ,< 1 M II I n n .( o n i •ii v n ) i National League Kiisl Division u i. i ti n Cincinnati Hmi>t'iri West Division i n f'rl Ml 0 i.oryi II .OIKI L. n .000 i.. I) .IWI i... 1 ilXXI l" n t.rwi fl 1.000 5 .000 0 .11*10 1 .(KM i .mm San l-'l Atlanta 0 I/is An«clPs 0 TODAY'S rtAMKS AMERICAN LEAGUE I K-.'W Ynrk (Mcilifh Ifl-lTn al r:li>vrlan<l ! iO. Perry ui-ll'.i. '2 i-.m.. It.fHKI, J Mihvaiikcp (Slalon i:;-lfii nl Rn.,ion i fTiiini TM..I. 2 n.m. :;FI.OOO. ] Mii-.ncsola FHlylevon 17-17 i al Tr\ns f.lrnkms L'.VJl'i n p.m., ' Non-scholarship performers ' accounted for three winning mnU'hcs. hut il took a tic- breaker in No. I doubles for Tech lf> pull niil n 5--1 t-.-nnis \\-ith match vidorv over Haylnr Monday. i Tech, down -!-2 al'fer singles play, won all three d o u bios matches to post the win. The I teams retreated lo (ho indoor | corn-Is ii! Lubbock Racquet Club; profession can earn. j because of the weather conditions. ; John Clcmenls and Don Ad- :ams, bolh non-scholarship play ; ers. won singles matches, and Chuck Bond joined Clements in •taking a doubles match. Tech took the first doubles s match 4-fi. fi-1, 7-(>, on the final .shot of lhc lie-breaker set. The ibest-of nine-point decider w;is knotted at -1 with Baylor's Danny Dobbs serving. However, a cross-court .shot by Raider Paul Leolum on the point's third voi ley decided the match. Rr-iders Adams and John iVfoffell tlwn whipped B<';irs jBrucn Walter and Skipper Par '..]kcr (i-I. fi-2. and the Bonds| Clcmenls team whipped Warren Woo ant! Chuck Dorrity fi-fl. .1-(i. -'tmc set. against Souliicrn 6-1 in lhe last and decirling Methodist. He also ::n( seven match. f straight hits during Paiurday'.s In singles. Clemonls defeatedidoiihlohcaflnr. He now is in Lynde) Pickctl of Baylor 7-ti, fi-.fifih [)l;u-o al. .-111 in lhc Stt'G •1, and Adams won over Won! "f'ling race. rirsi-round act ion in Ibc Mnn- fourth-ywir /ihiyci- tcrey Optimist Basketball 1 pri/.e lasl ycar^.cngin 1 city tournament began the Nets to' the Monday night at Evans and Htilchtiison Junior Hir:hs. i In the 0-1(1 year old division 1 played at. llutcbinson, Paper; Clip downed 1 ,£] I Drug :!0-11.' Anthony Mechanical to|iped Akcr-Ileadrick 'It)-.'IS and Stale, Savings tripped Hunt Seer! 1T,- 1S. i fn Ihe 11-12-ycnr-old division,' . ,. . , , . . lit K\-ans, Brooks Supermarket for me. As an individual, it s defeated Briercroft Savings -!l-i Krving finished Ihc 'season .second lo McG! the scoring race with Mcillson Shcires Weekly A>vard Cinrinnnd ......... . . .53 SI Donvnr ............. -,() ;u Dr-lroil ............ .is 2(j Tlflrisa, Monl ......... -Jl I» Honoliilit ............ «;t nn Indianapolis .......... 51 :il Kan.sns C'ily ....... n't 41 I-iis Vegas, Ncv ...... (il -r> 1-os Angeles .......... 57 15 Miami Hcach ....... SO 71 Milwaukee* ......... :U 2!) iMinnoapolis ......... n ;;n New Orloiins ......... "H r>0 New Ynrk ........ 17 XI Okliiliomn City ....... 5fi tn I'hornix ... ......... 70 1 1 Pi(l.Sliurs;li ........... 13 23 St. I-oni.s .......... ;->.-) -»r, Salt Lake City ....... 1-1 San Francisco ....... 50 ScaCUr- .............. 53 Spokane ............ |« Washington, D.C. . . S3 3:'. in 35 37 38 Cooley Cotton clipped \Vas- ham Steel 21-1") and Frank I lodges Construction dropped Briercroft Center .'SG-23. Today's schedule in the 9-10 moot pits Fields & Co. against .fay McClurc Golf Shop al (i p.m., Oshman's vs. Giver Klcc- iric at 7 and I-'cr Pharmacy vs.. Reynolds anrl Ryan O'Neal will M.I'.. McKce Co. at S. AM: t:osliir in "Starlight Parade" games will bo played at Hutch- with Peter Bogdanovich direct- bock. Miss Hanks also paid tribute : lo U.S. Rep. Gt'orpe Mahon of • Lubbock for his support of the .' National Endowment for the • Arts. The speaker was introduced by Texas Tech president Dr. Grover E. Murray. Violinist and pianist students of Bloch's lecture- de- Ihat teaching the arts is important Mian teaching the sciences or humanities, 'America will be the poorer a generation from now," the speaker cautioned. i Likewise, iF universities give less attention to the training of .eachers of the arts, then we will never improve cducalion in our elementary and secondary schools, she went on. Talk about improving the arts in education is useless, Mis? Hanks said, "until the nniversi ties of the nation put a higher priority on quality training." Furthermore, she sairt, uni- Barbara Barber Suzy McCcrmick. music at Tech, played "Nigun" to open the ship. Officials of Alcoa (Aluminum Company of America 1 were on hand for the First lecture in Hie scries. The scorpion Fish is equal to ils name. The poisonous venom in its spines works on the nervous system and is extremely dagncrous. TAPES A full lirw of 8-Trock, , Ouod-8 and Opw R«l. You may listen before you buy! U.V. BUKE RECORD CENTER 2401 34th ;i 795-6408 KKVNOLnS-O'iVEAL HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Rurt insnn. In the 11-11> tourney today, l-'irst Kcderal S;ivin^s plays Kurr's Supermarkets al fi p.m.. Precision Drilling meets Twin int; al Columbia pictures. BOTTLED WATER WITHOUT THE BOTTLE "Only 9' Per Gallon" Tasty, Sparkling Drinking Water With NO — Bulky Bottles — Delivery Nuisance FOR SALE OR RENT 792-334 1 5280 34lh Street SOFT WATER SERVICE _ DALLAS iAP) Te.x:is Tec h shortstop Ronnie MnUsnn nnrl HotisUiu golfer Kciih Fergus share Athleic of the Week hnn-'Oaks Pharmacy al 7 and Plains ors. Sonthwrst. Conference offi- Co-op battles Slotlcr Co. at 8. rials announced Monday. ; All games nro set for Kvans. Malison, a junior from Fort \Vorlli. raised his liallijig avr>r- agc 1(1!! nrtinls hist u-eck \\hen he went. 10 for l.'i in a three- The tournaments will continue through Saturday. .. f'ilv ispliitmrr IS-Mn al Cnlifor- 7-1 1'anana ll-lfli. W:'M nifi (suiter p.m. fiilcajjo (Wood 20-1!!) nc OnXlRnd fi IT-IS). U p.m.. 2fl.00fl. Only ffanjc.v srhcriulcrr. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pliilnilclnhla rdirlion !fi-i:i yoi-K (Ktnvr.r 11-11), '2:K> p.m.. ^j.non Allnnin (Capra 1S-S. nl llmislnn ".iiffin 11-lFji. R:r. n.m. hnn (•'rnnclsfo iBarr 1.1-fli al s-an Mic^i f.loncj S-r.'i, 10 p.m.. -Itl.OOO. Onlv ffnn\cs scheduled. New G-'l, 2-!i, fi-'l. I Fergus, dcfcnfling SWC' med Baylor's poinls came whrnial champion, won the Stephen Dohhs defeated Slan Morris 7-(i.|F. Austin Univ<TMi.y In- fi-'l; Parker downed Lcelum (i-t.] vil.iiion;.! inurnanieni. 'with a '1-(i, (i-2; Wriltci- edged Moff-.-U,lhrec-undcr par MI, his fourth •1-fi, fi-'l, 6-J; and Dorrity ded-: tournament victory in seven .sioned Bond B-'J, lj-4. is!arls this season, 'in IS rounds Morris learned with Lcelum'he has played this spring, tho to defeat Dohhs and Pickelt. injKilleen junior has averaged No. 1 doubles. 172.1. strokes. For All Your Hanking Needs. 'l.n.m- (.1 .,1 Tv|M-. "I -hi-i kin^: An l< '>.n in^- ACTI- * M.iiu cillu-r ^rrs. ENZO LUBBOCK-TULSA 3 THROUGH BUSES DAILY VIA WICHITA FALLS & OKLA. CITY •IV LUBBOCK 6:50 AM •IV LUBBOCK 11:50 AM •IV LUBBOCK 9:30 PM AR OKLA. CITY 3:55 PM AR OKLA. CITY 8:45 PM AR OKLA CITY 5:00 AM ARTULSA 6:15 PM AR TULSA 11:55 PM AR TUISA 7:25 AM THESE ARRIVALS HAVE GOOD CONNECTIONS WITH DEPARTURES FOR All POINTS NORTH t EAST If you're planning on taking o trip-then go by bus and leave the driving to us! The money you can save over air fares or the high cost of aufo fravel will surprise you. Call us today. TNM&O COACHES, INC. 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