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, . "!. p m 'i 1 lieliglils on Sports By AL ABKAMS, Post-Gazette Sports Editor Whirl Around the World of Sports If Dave Smith, Steelers' wide receiver, doesn't turn out to be the best in pro football at his posi-. tion in a couple of years, we're going to be very surprised One has to admire Phil Wrigley. The Chicago Cubs' owner stood his ground despite all the criticism surrounding his retaining Leo Du-rocher as manager. . . . Ken Holtzman is sure to be traded, a Chicago scribe writes. He is not quite so sure about Ron Santo and others. . . . The Muhammad Ali-Buster Mathis mismatch didn't gross half the $300,000 guarantee given the former heavyweight champion. TV will more than make up the difference. . . . Danny Murtaugh arrived in Casey Stengel Frank Thomas , Ernie Sesto Ron Santo :: town last night and had dinner with Joe L. Brown. . . . Aside to Dave Havern and other Pitt quarter-r backs who may see action today: Perm State has made 22 pass interceptions this season. . . ; Frank ' Scott, former Pittsburgh boy who made , good in ; New York as an agent for athletes, has two more V good ones going for him: Roberto Clemente arid 1 .' Joe Torre. . . . Scott recently got together , with Frank Eck, Associated Press scribe, about a pro-posed book about Clemente. .7. Aside to several " readers: Voting on annual Post-Gazette ' Dapper ; Dan Award is under way now. Winners will be . announced around Christmas. ... Penguins are : blaming recent drop in attendance at home on "lack of publicity given them by local newspapers." . . . v -Luke Riley, the pianist, says: "Radar spelled backwards is radar; they got you going and coming!" . If you like your sports and banquets, this is a "Six-Pack" weekend. . . . Including last night's Condors-Pacers game . . . there follows Pitt-Penn State this afternoon, Penguins-Blues tonight, also the Pie Traynor Dinner tonight . . . the Steelers-Giants tomorrow afternoon and the Variety Club bash the same night. . . . Ernie Sesto says he is taking an -interpreter along to better understand Casey Sten- . gel's speech at the Traynor party. ... A vote of thanks is due both Bill Christine and Byron Yake for all the work they did on the latter affair. ... A number of West Virginia readers apparently didn't see the story of "Sad Sam" Jones' death in the Post-Gazette. At least a dozen have mailed me obituary stories on the former big league pitcher who pitched a no-hit game against the Pirates in 1955. "Sad Sam" walked the first three Bucco batters in the ninth inning of that game then settled down to strike out Dick Groat, Roberto Clemente and 1 Frank Thomas in that order. ... A human in-' terest story about Jones: When his illness was first announced by Sandy Koufax over TV during NL playoffs, Johnny Bushman, a 23-year-old Junior College student from San Francisco, planed to Morgantown to be at Sam's bedside. When Bushman was a little lad and a polio victim, Jones befriended him. He never forgot. . . . Leon Hart, Turtle Creek's contribution to Notre Dame and pro football, is now a marketing manager for ABEX . Corporation in Troy, Michigan. . . . Beersie Gordon, our financial adviser, says: "Some guys I know con- " fuse their barbers with dentists. They see the ' 'clipper' only twice a year!" George Milby, who played one season under Dudey Moore at Duquesne, has made Baltimore the latest stop on his basketball coaching trail. The ;t Ellsworth native recently signed as mentor of Bay Junior College of Maryland. George's last job was : John F. Kennedy College in Iowa where he coached ' five seasons and raised the school's floor status to ' a major level. . . . Bob Aston and John Brisker were : freshmen teammates at Toledo University Aston ; also played two years with the Harlem Globe Trot-. ters. . . . Eddie Kapphan, just out of the hospital, '. and Paul Lageman are proudly showing off letters -' of thanks from President Nixon's office. . . . For-' mer Steeler defensive lineman Ralph Wenzel was "recently appointed athletic director of the : YM&WHA Health Club. . . . Pittsburgh's newest : sports team, the Roller Derby Chiefs, will be one of the Civic. Arena's top attractions in years to come. That's what Bill Torrey and other officials ; predict. The Chiefs play at the Arena tomorrow. - Roller Derby has come along so fast it has higher 'TV ratings than golf, hockey and baseball, accord-:: ing to Jerry Seltzer, league official. ... If you like ': distance races, Thistledown has lined up ten ol them for its closing day program this afternoon. . Longest will be a 2-mile and 40-yard event! . . . Bob Billetcr of this office asked Bill Kaslewicz who he liked in the Pitt-Penn State game. "What kind of question is that?" Bill asked. "That's like asking which is the best weapon . . . slingshot or a tank!" Pro Grid Summary AMERICAN CONFERENCE Cenlrol Dlvlslen w L T Pc. PF PA ITEELERS 4 5 0 ah mi 19 cieveionq ; 2 J .444 14 IKS .222 164 165 125 lit 215 Clnclnnotl Houston f i r Eastern Division Pet. PF PA Miami .875 221 IUJ .778 207 85 .444 150 228 .333 113 189 .000 127 208 Baltimore 7 New England 4 N.V. Jets 3 uffolo 0 I I A 0 9 0 UlMtM nlwLlAn W L T Pet. PF PA &s?at I $ " Er t i i i3,ia NATIONAL CONFERENCE rmiKrn Civilian W L T Pet. PF s 1 .750 18? . .647 240 It 4 $ 0 .444 159 rr rm Washington Dallas 113 165 St. Ltil ; 3 6 6 .m Philadelphia 2 6 1 .250 u V r.lanlt 1 215 169 207 Central Division w L T Pet. PF PA Minnesota 7 2 0 .778 1?8 72 Chlcoao Ml: 667 15-S 150 ,625 224 179 ,375 179 181 Detroit Green Bay Western Division W L T Pet. PF m 183 181 162 PA 122 146 175 213 San Francisco 6 3 0 Los Angeles 5 3 I Atlanta 4 4 1 New Orleans 3 4? .667 .625 .500 SUNDAY'S GAMES .429 New York Giants at STEELERS, 1 0. m Three Rivers Stadium, Baltimore at Miami, Denver at Kansas City, , Houston at Cincinnati, New England at Cleveland, New York Jets at Buffalo, San Dleao at Oakland, Dallas at Wash-Inaton, Detroit at Chicago, Minnesota at New Orleans, Philadelphia at St, Louis, San Francisco at Los Anaeles. MONDAY'S GAME . Green Bay at Atlanta (TV). sni. Pro Grid Moves ' PHILADELPHIA (NC) - Activated Placeklcker Tom Demosey and placed Kicker Happy Feller on taxi squad. CHICAGO (NO - Put Gale Savers, running bock, on Inlured reserve list for rest of season and Tigh End Ray Ogden on the move list. Activated Tight End Eorl Thomas. DENVER (AC) - Activated Quarterback Bob Stewart and Tackle Tom Domres for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Placed Quarterback Don Hern an the In lured reserve list and End Lvl Alzado on the move list. iiiiiiimiiimmimimiiiiiiiiiimiimimim J f PENGUINS BATTLE ST. LOUIS, PLAGERS ' Blues By JIMMY JORDAN Post-Gazette Sports Writer The St. Louis Blues, who seem to bear a tendency toward truculence when they get together with the Penguins, and vice versa, make their first appearance in the Civic Arena t o n g i g h t minus one free-swinging "policeman," but with the Brothers Plager reunited. And they're bringing with them a record of one victory and two deadlocks since their meeting with Red Kelly's counter-punching Pens in St. Louis a week ago last Tuesday. The Penguins won that game, 4-1, to end a nine-game winless streak, and there's no question who won the extracurricular emulations of Gen- iimimmmimmiiiiimtiimiimmimiiiiiiiimimimiitiiiiimiimm Klimek Leads Pitt J " ? ,r''- y' -.-,- ' H ' ' '" " , , ' , 4T i - , - ; s? ; , , , j. . - Tight End Joel Klimek contemplate over coffee EYES ON BRADSHAW, TARKENTON HERE TOMORROW Steeler, Giant QB Duel Lures 50,000 By JACK SELL Post-Gazette Sports Writer Steeler rooters yesterday exhausted the ticket supply for the big battle against the New York Giants and the quarterback duel between young Terry Bradshaw and the veteran Fran Tarkenton in Three Rivers Stadium tomorrow afternoon. That means that 50,000 plus will be rooting for Coach Chuck Noll's hopeful grid warriors at the 1 o'clock kick-off. ! Both teams have 4-5 records but Rooney U. is tied with the Cleveland Browns for first place in the Central Division of the A m e r 1 c a n Conference while Coach Red Webster's invaders are all but mathematically out of the Eastern race in the National Conference. Local fans will keep glancing at the scoreboard tomorrow to follow the results of Cleveland (4-5) against the .New England Patriots (4-5) and the Cincinnati Bengals (2-7) against the Houston Oilers (1-7-1). ' Those results will be important here as the pro clubs start down the homestretch. The Nollmcn are happy to get back to Three Rivers, where they have swept all four starts to date. "The crowd is the biggest factor, not the 1 o c a t i o n," Coach Noll told his press con-f e r e n c e last Monday. "It's more important than the kind of turf, the weather, etc., etc. The fans sure have helped us win at Three Rivers." The odds-makers like Rooney U. by four points despite the fact that Mara Tech is working on a two-game winning streak (over San Diego and Atlanta) and has whipped the Black and Gold the last five times. In fact, the Steelers haven't triumphed here since Coach Buddy Parker's club did it by 27-24 in Pitt Stadium -in 1964. . All the advantages seem to be with the Steelers. The Giants have two stars, Ron Johnson, running back who -PITTSBURCH P0ST4JAZETTE Due Hem for Ice-Fistic 1 1 e m a n JlmFitzsbnmons. It just depends with which side you discuss it. v ; ' The Blues lost veteran de- ' fenseman Noel Picard. a rough picket-liner who was born on Christmas Day, undoubtedly for the rest of the. season when a horse he was riding fell on him, crushing his ankle. . , ' , They brought up Bill Plager, youngest of the three truculent brethren, uniting him with Barclay, the elder, and Bob, " the 't ween member of the trio. In that game in St. Louis, the two teams rolled up a total of 100 minutes in penalties,' including 21 minuets by Barclay Plager and 12 minutes by . Bob Plager. ; 1 Billy was out in Denver, gained 1,027 yards last season, and Coleman Zeno, sensational rookie wide receiver, in the same New York hospital room. Ron is recovering from knee surgery and Zeno from a broken arm suffered in practice last Wednesday. A rash of other injuries has ' depleted the Giants' ball carrying and catching corps. But T a r k e nto n remains a threat. Fran needs just six yards rushing to reach the 3,000-yard mark and two pass completions to attain 2,000. Tucker Frederickson, who gained 83 yards on 14 carries, and Bob Duhon, who advanced 52 on 15, last Sunday in upsetting Atlanta, will be the starting running backs. Tight End Bob Tucker caught five passes for 69 yards and handyman Joe Morrison grabbed three for 50 in that game. 1 Coach Noll has kept Corner-back Mel Blount and Safety Ocie Austin busy this week defending a g a I n s t the long ;-''- v . Y,-'" -; -f . ' I 5 iniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil CELEBRITIES AT TRAYNOR TESTIMONIAL It's All Pie at Fete Many an oldtime story will be spun tonight at the William Penn Hotel's Ballroom as nine fellow members of Baseball's Hall of Fame will help honor "Pie" Traynor at a testimonial dinner. ' The gala cast of immortals includes Casey Stengel, Fran-kie Frisch, Waite Hoyt, Charlie Gehringer, Edd Roush, Red Ruffing, Joe Medwick, Sam Rice and Stan Coveleski. ; Ralph Kincr, Pirates' home run slugger of the late 40s and early 50s will act as toastmas-ter. Kiner is now a broadcaster with the New York Mets. ; The party titled, "A Night for Pie," is being sponsored by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. It will start at 7:30 p. m. s 1 ' 1 Itlfliiillllllttlliiillillliiillillllf ifilllllltllllllltllllllllllllltlllllllllillllillllilllllllllilllltllllllllllllllllllliliill SATURDAY NOVEMBER MFPAAFFAAfWVWMWWWVVWWMMWWWVWFMFP Civic Arena Rosters TONIGHT, J:05 O'CLOCK 2 ':V p ST. LOUIS BLUES Pes OP 2 Carl Brewer ...D 17 A pttPKn 11 'o 2 2 14 ! ,t 2 3 6 58 12 4 J i Anare Duponr ..D t Jim Roberts ....6 1 Garry linger ...C I Barclay Plager.. 0 f F. St. Marseille RW 10 Geo. Morrison LW II Gary Sabourln RW 12 Terry Crisp ... C 14 Mike Murphy RW 15 Jack Eoers ....RW IS Floyd Thomson LW 21 Chris Bordeleav C 23 Bill Plager . 5 24 Mike Porlzeau LW 25 curt bmvnet ....C i Bob Plaaer i 16 '8 I 4 14 0 12 so 6 17 4 ' 4 0 '3 I i GOALKEEPERS' RECORDS NO. GP GA SO A2f6 i Jim Mcieoa ...... i o 30 Peter McDuffe .. t 19 ' 0 31 Ernie Wakely ... t 27 6 playing for a St. Louis farm team at the time. They really make quite a And pastet through Season Records GIANTS Green Bay . Washington ., St. Louis .. , Dallas .... , Baltimore .., , Philadelphia , , Minnesota ... , Son Diego ., Atlanta .... Won 4 .Lost I STEELERS is , ii . 21 . 17 , H , 11 , 21 , 16 , 11 , Chicago 17 .... Cincinnati 10 .... San Diego 17 .... Cleveland 27 ... Kansas City 11 ..... Houston 14 .... Baltimore ' 14 Cleveland 9 Miami 14 Won 4 Lost S bombs which destroyed the club in losses to Baltimore and Miami. , Meanwhile, Terry Bradshaw hopes to continue his fine sophomore performance. Actually, he came close to the hero role usurped by the Dolphins' 3ob Griese last Sunday in the Orange Bowl. The Blond Bomber put what could have been the winning TD pass in the arms of Dave Smith but the latter bobbled the ball deep in Miami PIE TRAYNOR Testimonial for "Famer." 20, 1971 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Nt. Pes OP A Pts Pint 3 Bab Wovtowlch D 13 4 Dave Burrows ..Q 20 0 5 Bryan Watson ..5 20 0 : 7 Bryan Hextall ,-C 20 7 I Vol Fonteyne .LW 20 . 1 ? Bill Hlcke ....RW I 1 10 K. McCreary ..LW 19 2 . 11 Nick Harbaruk RW 20 0 12 Ken Schlnkel RW 16 3 14 Rene Robert . RW 20 5 16 S. Kanneglesser D 17 ; 2 17 Ron Schock ...LW 20 3 19 J. Pronovost ..RW 13 22 Greg Polls ....LW 20 , 23 Bab Lelter ......C 20 4 25 D. Edestrand ..D 20 2 26 Syl Apps ..C 4 77 Jos Nor I ..... D 20 1 4. 5., 4 1 1 , 4 , 4 10 17 I ? a in n 6 12 4 13 , 1? 14 It 3 eOALKCtrCKV MIUKVJ Ne. GP OA SO Ave. ' I Roy Edwards ... .7 . 14 , 0 2,29 29 Jim Rutherford !.. .'11 0 f.39 X Les Blnklev ..... f 27 0 . 5.22 trio, on or off the ice.,' Barclay's big trouble in St. Louis came when Bryan Hex- '-Post-Gaiette Photos the tunnel for practice. territory in the final few minutes of play. Fullback John (Frenchy) Fuqua, obtained with Linebacker Henry Davis for Quarterback Dick Shiner in one of the best Steeler trades, is anx- ious to play against his old mates when it really counts. The former Morgan State star has run wild in a pair of winning exhibitions against the Maramen. Now it's the real thing. ; ; . , s ' The Giants are expected to activate two players, Bennie McRae, a veteran defensive back from the University of Michigan, and Dave Tipton, a rookie defensive tackle from Stanford, to fill vacant spots on their roster. The visitors will fly here this a f t e r n o o n and make their headquarters in the H i 1 1 o n Hotel. Here's the pro program for the weekend: TOMORROW AFTERNOON STEELERS (4-5) by 4 over New York (Continued on Page 10) ' Tonight Illness or previous engagements forced Max Carey, Lloyd . Waner, Burleigh Grimes, Ted Lyons and Stan Musial to cancel arrange-ments to attend. ' Pirate General Manager Joe Brown and Manager Danny Murtaugh will head a group of World Champion Pirates, who will honor Traynor. Coach Frank Oceak, Al Oliver, Dave G lust I, Bob Moose, Nelson Briles and Richie Hcbner will' be on hand. Ken Smith, who is In charge of Baseball's Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y., and Judge Robert Cannon of Milwaukee, former players' representative, will be at the dais. ' Tickets can still be obtained by calling 276-6793 or can be purchased at the Ballroom door before the dinner. tall and Bob Plager were having a bit of a go at it when Barclay , decided nobody could hit his kid . brother; and get away with it. ; .' ' -' s Under a, new .rule; he was I banished .tor itbe rest ,of the i contest ; (it as Jate,' in ' the ' second period), leaving Bob to .fight his own battles Bob did. He mixed it up with , Nick Harbaruk during the end of the; game. . . v .v; ' Like bis previous fight, it was ruled no decision. It won't take much to get their minds, off hockey- and into me pokey tonight; !, ;1 Since that game, the . Blues, , who had been having their problems all. season and who are in sixth place in the sev gainst State A Viet Vet, Mates Told: 4Go at 'Em' : By VINCE LEONARD j Pott-Gaztttt Sports Writer Pitt plays its last home game of 1971 today and the enemy is Penn State and don't ask Joel Klimek for comparisons. There just aren't arty, according to the senior who used to play soldier boy in Vietnam but now plays tight end for the Panthers. . "Nearing the end over there all I thought of was getting out of a restricted life. "I'm not really sure I want to leave here." - V , College life and football practice and yes even Pitt games have been fun things for the 24-year-old Joel (Nobody calls him "Pops") Klimek. It showed yesterday. Inside, in gray sweatshirt and sipping from a double-size coffee, occasionally swiping away straight strands of hair that hung over his forehead, Klimek was amiable and glib. Soon, he was the last one left and Pitt's leading pass receiver (34) had to hurry to make practice, passing through the tunnel while tugging on a second sweatshirt. Outside, it was dank and darkening and the wet turf was squiggly under the feet. Clouds the color of mourning canopied Pitt Stadium. Pitt, after all, is 3-6 and Penn State is 9-0 and what is Carl De-Pasqua going to do about it? DePasqua, at the head of the calisthenics brigade, tugged at his stuffed brown jacket and announced: "Just go at 'em. It's all. we can do. If we tried any tricks, we'd mess ourselves up evei more. We're just hoping we catch the ball, hold onto it." That's where Klimek and Steve Moyer and Doug Gindin and Les Block come in. Not to mention backs and punt and kickoff receivers. DePasqua marched i and out among his troops but Kli-mek's conversation kept coming back, particularly the comparison between war and toot-ball, Army life and campus life, though Joel didn't intend it that way at all. A beige and pink baadage coiled around his left ankle. "I got hit two or three times in the Army game and sure, it hurts a little bit." But Klimek knows pain. . In 1968, in one of those two-or-three-day battles that doesn't have a name, that never develops into any majot offensive, on some flat terrain about a thousand meters from the Cambodian border, "I got hit by light frag all over my left side," Klimek said. But he felt something was accomplished. Tomorrow, against the bowl-bound Lions: "We want to go out and hit and maybe surprise them, force them into a few breaks, m a y b e get a (Continued on Page 10) TwoNHs www All-America . Two Penn State stars Halfback Lydell Mitchell and Tackle Dave Joyner are on the All-America team selected by The Football News. , The 33-player squad includes three stars each from Nebras-. ka, Oklahoma and Michigan. The All-America squad: , . QUARTERBACKS - Jerry Tow, Ne-brosko; Jock Mlldren, Oklahoma; Chuck EaDfSl J.t f L J"'"von, Auourn. RUNNING. BACKS - Gregg Prultt, Oklahoma; Bobby Moore, Oregon; Billy Taylor, Michigan; johnny Musso, Alo-Mirrijf rt Manwo, Cornell; LYDELL RECEIVERS - Terry Sea-ilty, Auburn; Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska; CIIH Branch, Colorado. . J"!? 85,n5?r't twos; John Velio, Southern California. GUARDS - Reggie McKeniks, MlcM TACKLES - DAVE JOYNER. Penn ,tNiER - Tom Branonty, Oklohoma; Tom DeLeone, Ohio State. an; navca amim, beorgia. irgia. oney, Ol Nebraska; Walt Potulskl, Notro INTERIOR LINEMAN Pete DEFENSIVEV END - Willie Horptf. ?OTl"Aurwl.p,,w pot" Dome. INTERIOR LINEMAN-Pete Laietlch. Stantard; Shermon White. California. A DEFENSIVE BACKS - W I noon Hall, Arizona .State; Clarence Ellis, Notre Dame; Bobby Malors, Tennessee; Tommy Casanova, LSU; Brod Von Pelt, Michigan State. , I.INEBALK HS - Jeff Slemon, Sinn-ford; Mike Taylor, Michigan; Jackie We ker, Tennessee; Willie Hall, Southern California. t 1 Affair en-team N H L-W e s t, have begun to pick up points s They beat California 5-1, and then tied Detroit, 2-2, in St. Louis after the fracas with the Penguins. Thursday night, while the Pens were dropping i 4-1 decision at Minnesota, , the Blues were, in Montreal, and held the Stanley Cup champs to a 2-2 deadlock. Jack McLeod hai been giving them good protection in goal, and the Plager boys have been giving McLeod tome good protection up front. , Then there's the recently acquired trio of Jack Egers, Andre Dupont and Mike Murphy, plus a scoring spurt by Gary Sabourin. Season Records '. c ': ; J PENN STATE ' So Navy 44 lowo 14 14 . Air Force 14 42 Army 0 31 Syracuse ............ 0 (o TCU 14 35 , West Virginia 7 a Maryland 27 35 N. Carolina Statu J 3M Totals ii Won Lost 29 ............. UcDk ' 25 29 Oklahoma 55 f West Virginia 20 34 Navy 35 t Tulane 33 22 Boston College 40 31 ............ Syracuse 21 7 .......... Notre Dam 54 14 Army 17 ItS Totals 302 , Won 1 lost 4 Trailed by 14 Royals Rally For Victory Over Celtics ' ' BOStON (AP)' - Tbe Cincinnati Royals, led by Nate Archibald, Jim Fox and Nate Williams, rallied , from a 14-point second half deficit and overtook the Boston Celtics for a 110-106 National Basketball Association victory last night. The Celtics led 54-51 at half-time and then opened the advantage to 66-52 early in tha third period. Then came the Royal rally. ... , With the count 104-104, Archibald scored on a layup and Williams added a basket. Williams capped the victory by stuffing a basket. CINCINNATI lOSTOI 1 . Green Wlllloms 4 5- 7 3 Hoylet Tj PC ?. i-io 26 towent I 2- 1 10 Kuorsui ll-IO v Ill Totals 40 30-4 11 Totals 41 22-30 KM CtocfntiaN IS It M 15-110 BestM HUM M-1M Fouled out-Boston, Cowens Total fouis-ClnclnnatI 24, Boston 34. A-M1S PHILADELPHIA (AP)-The Chicago Bulls rolled to their fourth victory as Cbet Walker and Bob Love paced a balanced scoring attack la a 148-104 crushing of the Philadelphia 76ers. CHICAO PHILADELPHIA e It ph Mclntsh Borwlkli Sloan 41- 3 I Woshton 12-24 cunnam 4 3- 4 11 C. Walker 1 porter Iielss ave ,. VLlar w ' Kit Totals 57 347141 ' Totals 392MI1M PhlledelpMej 11 U Him CMcato U U 44141 .BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Bullets breezed to (Continued on Page I) . Pro Basketball AMERICAN ASSOCIATION MUBAVt tULTt Condon 124 -Indiana in Kentucky 114 Plorldlons 101 Denver IIS Virginia 111 New York 129 Carolina 127 BAIT DIVISION WEST 01' Kentucky 12 J .70S Utah Virginia .11 7 .til Indiana U7SI Florldlons 7 10 .412 Denver t II ,175 Loroitna a in m 10 .374 Carolina at Kentucky. CONDOR! Memphis at Jackson. Tenn., 2 a. SATURDAY1 vs. m.i tar on no at Kentucky, nonoians ver, Dallas at Utah. at Den- SUNDAY'S OAMIS Florldlons at Memphis. , NATIONAL ASSOCIATION ' . Fa I DAY'S RESULT DAV'I RilULTS m Buffalo lot Lincinnori ne Snicooo 141 ., oltimort 124 IMTHN CONPIRCNr RN CONFERENCE Islen Central Dlvlsli Atlantic Division Central Dlvlslea w l rg . ... w l pet W?9.. U I KL ' "wra I f .471 J f .5 finclnnalT j I . Ah Atlanta 4) II 7 II .412 Cleveland 4 i 5fala,r maaii to .9v umanngn WESTERN CONFERENCE S!,5a.C0N?JLN, MNtvrest DJylMoft .Padrk DfyMi w L Pet " Iwoukot IS T .Ml L. Angeles oenlx 7 II 11 Houston Cieti Phoenix Portland . ... SATURDAY'S OAMIS Baltimore at New York, hoenlx cr Atlanta, Detroit at Buffalo. Boston al r.K,0tvwfe ,,fl, rt SUNDAY'S OAMIS itSS?' I-V,S8,"n Houston v. Golden State at San Diego, Milwaukee at La Angtles, Philadelphia at Seattio, Goukos 2 0-1 4 Chanev McGregor To- Sanders Mlnoeit 7 2- lli Hnkel Williams ' Glover Arcniwo iii-io z wn to 11-11' s-l 17 Louonry i-jm d s. 5 is Greer a- O l M 25 Carter , 3. 1 15 7 k rcr m I : 11.133

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