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AHtanm T1MCS, Sun., Mcry 12, 1974 Will Settle Championship Sunday Bucks, Celts Review Sixth Came MILWAUKEE (AP) - The championship ot the National Basketball Association is on the line--but to Milwaukee's Cornell Warner, the showdown against Boston will be almost anti-climactic "This game should have been the stventh game. It has got to be one of the best ever." the Bucks' forward said Friday night after Milwaukee forced Sunday's seventh and decisive game in the championship series with a 102-101 double- overtime victory over the Celtics In what Warner and most other participants agreed was one of the most remarkable games ever played. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Bucks' 7-foot-2 center and the NBA's Most Valuable Player, scored the winning points on an 18-foot running hook shot, culminating a broken play with three seconds left. The victory, witnessed by 15, 320 emotionally drained fans in :he Boston Garden and a rat i o n a 1 television audience, squared the best-of-seven series al 3-3. The decisive game, also nationally televised starting at 2 p.m.. EDT. will be at the Milwaukee Arena, where the Celt- have won two of three games in the series. NO ADVANTAGE "The home-court advantage Has been a strange thing in this series." Bucks Coach Larry Costello said. "But the percentages say it's a good thing. I'll take the percentages." Boston's John Havlicek, who poured in 11 of his 36 points in the overtime periods Friday night, said the percentages were solidly against Abdul-Jabbar making his winning shot. "It was about 18 feet," Havll- cek said. "He was on the run and he actually ended up shooting it from behind the basket. Now tell me that's not a tough shot." Havllcek gave the Celtics a REBOUND BATTLE (AP W5rcpllolo) .. -Bo»fon'« Does Cawtrx, left, and Milwaukee Bucks Kareem Abditl-Jabbar, center, and Curtit Perry, stretch for a rebound in their National Basketball Association championship game Friday mght at Beaton Garden. Milwaukee won 102-101 in overtime to the series 3-3 SMU Picks Cotton Bowl For All 1974 Home Games DALLAS (AP) -- Southern I months in light of SMU game Methodist University picked the attendance at the two stadiums venerable Cotlon Bowl Satur- and of what we have been told day for all its home football by our long-time supporters If Flyers Are To Win Stanley Cup Orr Must Be Stopped ·PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) -Philadelphia Coach Fred Shero says his Flyers have to stop treating Boston Bruins' star Bobby Orr as if he were an un- ibuchable if they expect to beat tie Bruins In the National IJockey League Stanley Cup playoffs. ·"Even the referees think he's God," Shero exclaimed before a Flyers' practice session. "He's not God. And we're not going to beat them until we stop treating Orr like the Pope." The Flyers and Bruins are deadlocked 1-1 as the best-of- seven game NHL final series s w i t c h e s t o Philadelphia's Look Out, Squirrels; Season To Open. ', By AUBREY SHEPHERD , 'Spring squirrel season opens Wednesday and runs through June 15. The daily limit Is eight «nd the possession limit -- after opening day -- Is sixteen. Vet Powerboat Driver Bill Muncey Hurt DETROIT (AP) -- Veteran powerboat driver Bill Muncey was injured Saturday when his hydroplane, Atlas Van Lines. dove over a wave and sank while he was making a lest run on the Detroit River. The 44-year-old San Diego., Calif., driver vyas taken to Bons Secotirs Hospital in suburban Grosse Pointe. First reports said he was bleeding from the face and left shoulder and that he suffered an arm injury. Hospital officials lisled his condition as fair. Mjncey was testing the pow er boat for the June 1 opening of the racing circuit at Miami. Restaurant operator Jerr; Schoenith. a member of the De troit racing family, sajd the craft wis doing an estimated 140 miles an hour when it hi the wave, the bow section dis integrating. -The boat, which Schoenilh said represented a $150.000 in vestment, sank in the river But Schoenith said the exten sively damaged c r a f t could be salvaged. Schmidt Keys Philly Victory PHILADELPHIA (AP) Hot-hitting Mike Schmidt drove in two runs with a homer and a sacrifice fly, powering the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3- victory over the Pittsburgh Pi rjtes Saturday night. Schmidt's hitting backed tto five-hit pitching of right-hande Store Carlton. who held Pitts burgh to four hits for his third victory o( the season. Schmidt blasted his sixth borne run of the season in the ·ecood inning to give th Phillies a 1-0 lead. After the Pi ntes tied it in the fourth on a hit batsman, a double steal an * throwing error by Phil catcher Bob Boooe, Schmidt hi hj« lacrifice fly. The Phils added a run in th ·eventh Inning when Mike An dersco tingled, moved to sec ood on a sacrifice bunt an Ktmd OD a single by Div Cub. AIM Inks Parker COLLEGE STATION, Tejt (AP) -- Texas AM basketball catch Shelby Metcalf Saturday ·aaounecd the signing of Robert "Sonny" Parker, coctidem oo« of the top Junior collegi playen in the nation. Parker, 64, earned All-Amer ka honors at Mineral Are; Junior College, averaging 2 point* and 13 repounds pe (am*. Parker played (or Far rtfsjt BICb School In Cnicag ··in he was chosen all-city ·B-jecUon, all-Public Leagu and aH-fUte, Dogs may not be user! during ic spring season in Arkansas, loat hunting is now legal, but ic hunter must select his 'ater carefully. H is illegal to hoot squirrels on Beaver Lake rom a boat. Firearms may he possessed on Game and Fish Commission Lakes only during vaterfowl seasons. This means hat it is illegal to squirrel hunt Elmdale and Hindsville akes. Lakes Fayeiteville and Sc- uoyah are off limits to hunters ear round. Hunters are limited o h u n t i n g from final boats and anoes on streams and still unting. Last fall there was r e m e l y large squirrel wpulation and there was good food supply in m n n % ireiis. Chances nrc that this pring season will be prodnc ive. 1973-74 Arkansas Hunting Jcenses are good through June SO. 1974. The squirrel hunter may use shotgun or small caliber rifle Some use handguns, and a fev ise bows and slingshots. But the big debate is between shotgunners and .22 advocates Thos hunters who floa streams usually chonse shot ?uns, because often hot] squirrel and boat are moving. Many purists consider nothing acceptable but the .22 single ?hot rifle with iron sights However, the less-than-pure us a repeating rifle with -Ix spoce Using a shotgun is safer than using a r i t l e in populated areas for small shot -- lose thei killing power within a fe\ hundred yards. Rifle bullet may be deadly for up to a mile Regardless of his choice o weapon, however, the squirre hunter is a silent, lonely fellow Stealth and good eyesight ar the first requirements. Gooi hearing and overall physical f i t ness are also important to the squirrel hunter. Conditioning is particularly needed by the spring hunter, for the temperature may be above 80 by noon on opening day. Despite the heat, the wise spring squirrel hunter may wear long sleeves and boots, Looking for snakes and poison ivy is the spring hunter's biggest worry. E. Q. MUFFLER of raytttaville SPRING SPECIAL Deluxe Mufflers $13.88 bit ailed and Guaranteed 101-100 lead with a 15-foot jump shot from the baseline with seven seconds left In the second overtime. The Bucks called time out to plot a desperation shot, then passed the ball inbounds at center court when play resumed. Costeilo said guard Jon McGlocklin was supposed to break from the baseline to the right of the key to receive the pass from Oscar Robertson. McGlocklin, considered the Bucks' best pure shooter, was to either shoot from about 20 feet or pass to Abdul-Jabbar underneath, WANTED SPEED "We wanted to get our speedy guys and our best shooters in there, hoping to get them matched up with Paul Silas,' Costello said. "The shot was supposed to be taken by whoever had Silas on him, either Mickey Davis or Jon.' 1 The Buck; expected Silas would guard McGlocklin, but he picked up Davis instead when the teams ImpH irn fiir Kin in xunds pass. McGlocklin and Davis then shitted positions but, in a mix- up, both were on the led side of ihe baseline. Abdul-Jabbar, who then became the Milwaukee player closest to Robertson, broke toward center court to receive the pass. He grabbed the ball, dribbled toward the right corner and arched his sky-hook shot. DID ALL HE COULD "I played it about as well as I could have." said 7-foot Hank Finkel, at center for Boston with .Dave Cowens having fouled out. "I made him take an extra step. But you don't stop a great shooter like he is.' "I wouldn't trade that basket for any other one I've made," Abdul-Jabbar said. "I think both clubs came very close to exhaustion. I saw a lot of guys walking out there." The Celtics called time with three seconds left and planned a shot for guard Jo Jo White who passed the ball inbounds to 'aul Westphal. "The guy who takes the ban out usually is ignored. We :hought Jo Jo could get a shot," Westphal said. But White, pressured by Robertson, had to shoot from 30 [eet and the ball was far off "I'd like a photo of that hook shot by Kareem," Costello said. It will be a great, great mem- The Celtics, however, other ideas--and one chance. have last TERMITES ? :? CAU ADMIRAL · PEST CONTROL Roaches, Antt, Spider*, ete. COMMERCIAL RfSIDENTJAl.' ' games this fall. about their reactions to the ex- There had been some pres- periment and their prefer- Sure from supporters of SMU to ences," SMU President Paul move the games or part of Hardin said. Advice about the decision had been solicited from, among others, the Faculty Athletic Com- Lhem to Texas Stadium at nearby Irving, home bowl for the professional Dallas Cowboys. ipectrum ice Sunday for the lationally televised (NBC) hird game, starling at 4 p.m SDT. The fourth game is here Tuesday night. Shero illustrated his poin ibout the necessity of checking )rr, whose goal with 22 seconds omaining in the third period von the opener in Boston. "We hit him lour or five good hols when we feat the Bruins n our last regular-season meet- ng," Shero said. "We leaned )n him and that's the way to beat them." The Flyers' coach said the ;econd game of the playoffs Thursday night in Boston urneci arounr! when Phila- I e t p h i a ' s Ross Lomsberry checked Orr so hard the Boston ice left the ice limping. The Flyers went on to tie the score and won 3-2 on Bobby Clarke's overtime goal. Orr was noticably slower iftcr hurting his right knee on the Lonsberry check. As expected. Orr and Clarke iave been the key players. In recent past seasons, the university team has played non-conference games in Texas Stadium, conference games in the Cotton Bowl. Southern Methodist will appear in the pro bowl once, however, when it plays North Texas State Sept. H with North Texas the host team. "This decision has been thor- lughly studied over a period of Marke scored of Phila- lelphia's three goals in Thursday night's victory. He was all over the ice, faced off 47 limes, worked as a penal- .y killer, ran (he power play, scored the Flyers' first goal, set up the goal t h a t tied the game, and slapped in the winner. "What people don't know about Bobby Clarke," said Shero, "is t h a t no player in the game does as much, and he does it every night. "Some players, like Bobby Orr, have more skills, but they don't do as much on the ice. Clarke shoots, he skates, he's strong." The Flyers, by earning a split Boston, have turned the home-ice advantage their way Three of (he next four games are in Philadelphia, so [he Fly ers conceivably could become the first expansion team ever to win the Stanley Cup by con tinning their playoff habit o w i n n i n g before the home folks Philadelphia has won sp straight Cup games here -- two over Atlanta in the quarter-f mittee, leaders of the Mustang Club, and Athletic Director Dick Davis and other members of his staff. The Cotton Bowl schedule this fall: Sept. 21--Virginia Tech Oct. 5--Oregon State Oct. 19--Rice Oct. 26--Texas Tech Nov. 9--Texas AM Nov. 23---Baylor. Pondexter No Longer Member Of Long Beach State Team LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- IOSCOR Pondexter, involved in court case regarding his eligibility last season, was declared no longer a member of the Long Beach State basketball team Saturday by school officials. Pondexter, 21. left on an Amateur Athletic Union tour of Europe and Russia Friday night, a school spokesman said, and that's against National Collegiate Athletic Association rules. Pondexter is a 6-foot-7, 230-pound who averaged 15.6 points per game last year for the 49ers. who were 24-2. Pondexter and teammate Menn McDonald were ruled ineligible midway through last season by the school, when the NCAA ruled they hadn't taken a grade-predictability test. An attorney took the case to court he abridged without due process and he nullified the ruling made by the school under orders from the NCAA. Pondexter would have been senior next year if a schoo hearing went in his favor but that ruling now is moot. Pondexter and his brother Clifton, an 18-year-old fresh man, have filed hardship petitions with the National Basketball Associaton and may elect to pass up the rest o their college careers for a sho at pro basketball. Cliton, 6-8 is considered the better playei of the two. and players, judge, ruled that civil rights could Split Matches DUSSELDORF, German (AP) -- Spain and West Ger many split their opening single matches Saturday in European Zone Davis Cup tennis com petition. From Buffalo (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3B noted, "There wasn't a closeness among the players that year. We just had different interests and went ouv separate ways. When we hit some adversity, we all tried to blame each other instead of looking at ourselves in the mirror. We just didn't have the character to get back on the track." But back to the present, Mike has not signed a 1974 contract with Chicago, and says, "If I don't, this will be my option year." He will go along if the players decide to strike: "There will be a strike if management doesn't come up with something pretty quick -- at least meet us half way." Gloss Pack $9.88 Intalkd (SpecUl Ends May 17, 1*74) E. Q. MUFFLER CO. Hwy. 71 S. ud L«ent St. Faj-etterllie, Ark. 521 -MS SEVEN OF THE REASONS I WANT TO BE YOUR SHERIFF T. Efficient records 2. Appointment of personnel with mature ideas and skills, to perform the job in a considerate and efficient manner 3. Placement of deputies in strategic locations for faster, efficient enforcement of the law 4. Strict control over all deputies by competent authority at all times, by having certain deputies trained to make decisions while on each shift of duty 5. Personal availability to the general public at all times 6. 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