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DETROIT FREE PRESS Wednesday, Feb. 20. '74 3-D slanders 6 Tiger Pitching Spots Open-Houk NBA Final fy Top Bucks Eastern Conference ATLANTIC DIVISION Pet. GB Boston 42 17 .712 New York 38 25 .603 6 Buffalo 34 32 .515 ll'2 Philadelphia 19 42 .311 24 CENTRAL DIVISION Pet. GB Capital 35 26 .574 Atlanta 28 36 .438 82 Houston 23 40 .365 13 Cleveland 21 45 .318 16'3 Western Conference MIDWEST DIVISION Pet. GB Milwaukee 45 17 .728 Chicago 45 21 .682 2 DETROIT 41 22 .651 4'2 KC-Omaha 24 41 .369 222 PACIFIC DIVISION Pet. CB Golden State 33 26- .559 Los Angeles 32 29 .525 Seattle 29 37 .439 Phoenix 25 38 .397 2 10 Portland 21 41 .339 132 tage, and then beat Portland with his final basket of the game. Frazier, who finished with 32 points, and Eart Monroe, who netted 29, tallied all 13 points for New York in the five-minute overtime. Twp Daskets by Monroe in the last minute of regulation time helped New York knot TUESDAY'S RESULTS Boston 107, DETROIT 97. I Golden State 104, Cleveland 98. Buffalo 145, Milwaukee 109. Chicago 130, Phoenix 96. New York 119, Portland 116, KC-Omaha 92, Los Angeles 8. overtime. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Los Angeles at DETROIT, 'Atlanta vs. Milwaukee at 7:35 p.m. Madison. Portland at Capital. i Philadelphia at Houston. Golden State at KC-Omaha. i THURSDAY'S GAMES Golden State at Cleveland. New York- vs. Toronto. FRIDAY'S Capital at DETROIT, 7:35 p.m. I Boston at Buffalo. I New York at Cleveland. Milwaukee at Houston. I Buffalo at I BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) The Buffalo Braves, recording their first victory ever over Milwaukee, parlayed 36 points from NBA top scorer Bob Mc-Adoo and in 21 minutes of play from newcomer Jack Marin to a 145-109 triumph over the Bucks Wednesday night. The 145 points were the high- i est ever scored against the Bucks. The win, after 15 regu lar-season losses to Milwaukee, boosted Buffalo into a five-game lead over idle Atlanta in the race for a wild card playoff berth. McADOO COLLECTED the first nine points of the game to lead Buffalo to a 9-4 edge. Buffalo, with Marin netting five of six field goal attempts in 11 minutes of action in the first half, charged to a 70-48 halftime lead. McAdoo had 18 before intermission while Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tallied 25. Buffalo hit on a 76 percent clip in the second half to put the game away. Milwaukee managed to hold Buffalo to a 33-33 standoff in the third period, with McAdoo and Jabbar waging a scoring duel. McAdoo got 15 points and Jabbar 13 as Buffalo took a 103-81 third-period margin. milwaukkii Mae). 13, Perry 1 0-0 2, Abdul-Jabbar 17 4-0 31, Robertson 1 2-1 4. Allen s-7 M. Warner 3 1-4 7, Williams 4 0-0 0, Davis 2 0-0 4, McGloklin 1 0-0 2. Oriicnil 1 0.0 1. In 1 2-3 4, Garrett 0 0-0 0. Totals: 45 17-30. BUFFALO 11. MrMMII.n 1.1 1). I Heard 0 0-2 14, McAdoo 15 4-10 34, Smith 0-0 12, DiGreaorio 0 2-2 10, Marin 7 2-2 20, Couaks 4 1-2 7, Kauffman 2 2-3 4, Win-field 0 4-5 4, MacCaluso 2 0-2 4, Charles 1 1-2 1, Ruffner 2 1-2 5. Totals 2 21-34. Milwaukee 27 21 33 24107 Buffalo 38 32 33 42145 Fouled Out: Warner.Total Fouls: Mil- non. 15,474 Bulls Romp CHICAGO (UPI) Howard Porter hit a career high 25 points including 15 in a 41-point last period for the Chicago Bulls to spark a 130-96 National Basketball Association victory over the Phoenix Suns Tuesday night. It was the Bulls' 14th win in ABA EASTERN DIVISION Pet. GB New York Kentucky Carolina Virginia Memphis 40 23 37 24 635 .607 2 39 29 .574 3'2 21 38 .356 17 15 48 .238 25 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kentucky 109, Memphis 97. Indiana 107, San Antonio 102. MONDAY'S RESULT Utah 121, Carolina 110. Surprise Habs 5-3 UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) Ed Westfali scored two goals while rookie Bob Ny-strom tallied once and set up two others, carrying the New York Islanders to a 5-3 National Hockey League victory over the Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night. It was New 's first triumph over the Habs since the islanders entered the league last season. Previously, they had lost eight and tied one against Montreal. Nystroni scored the only goal of the first period and Westfali beat goal of the first Westfali beat goaltender Wayne Thomas with a slap shot at 2:11 of the second to give the Islanders a 2-0 lead. Montreal's Serge Savard cut the margin to one goal with his fourth goal of the season, but third-period goals by West-fall and Lome Henning canceled Canadien goals by Frank Mahovlich and Chuck Lefley. Craig Cameron scored into an empty Montreal net with 42 seconds remaining for the Islanders' final margin. First Period 1, New York Nystrom 17 (Henninti), 7:12. Penalties-Bouchard Mtl, Harris, NYI, 3:14... Second Perlod-7, New York Islanders WfKtfjII IS (Nvttrom). 2:11. 3. Montreal (Savard 4 (Gardner, M. Wilson), 14:52. Penalties None "Third Period 4. New York Islanders, Westfali 15 (Nystroni), 2:11. 5, New York Henninj 10 (Lewis, Harnst, 10:03. 4, Montreal, F. Mahovlich 24 (Rob-ierts), 12:50. 1, Montreal, Lelley 17 (Lap-ointe), 15:43. 8, New York Islanders, 'Cameron 14, 1:1. Penalties-Shutt, Mtl, Q.I1 1 VJI, i Shots on qoalt Montreal 1-14425; New York Islanders 14-3-12 31 Goalies Montreal, Larocque, Themes. New York islanders, Desiardins. Montreal 0 1 New York 11 Blues End Skid ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) Wayne Merrick scored two goals and two assists Tuesday night to help the St. Louis Blues break ah eight-game winless streak with a 7-1 victory over the Atlanta Flames. Merrick, skating a full shift for the first time since missing four games because of the flu, scored the winning goal at 4:29 of the second period on a rebound of a shot by former Red Wing Ace Bailey, who had one goal and two assists. Merrick also scored in the first period on a power play. Another Ex-Red Wing, Bill Collins, scored two goals within 28 seconds of the third period for his first two St. Louis goals since being acquired by the Blues last Wednesday. Red ford Wins 'Swim Crown Redford High easily cap-, tured the Public School League's Northwest Division swimming title Tuesday a Heilmann pool. The Huskies piled up 149 points followed by henry Ford 69, Cody 38, Cooley 7, and Mumford 4. Mackenzie failed to score. Redford produced two double winners. Howard Makko-nen won the 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard individual medley and Tim O'Neil the 50 and 500-yard freestyles. Calls It Quits BOSTON (AP) Tom Monahan, publicity director for a a 1 l's American League since June, 1972, has resigned effective June 1, 1974. Continued from First Sports the six open spots on the pitching staff. Ail those off days 10 in the first six weeks of the season and a doubleheader that first Sunday in Baltimore arent going to make those decisions any easier. Houk said Tuesday he is thinking of LaGrow and Hold-sworth as starters and wouldn't hesitate to open the season with both of them in the rotation behind Lolich and Coleman, if they prove themselves this spring. That would put Perry and Fryman in that rather nebulous area known as the "spot starter." "No pitcher likes that no Howe-less Junior Wines Tie, 4-4 BY HOWARD ERICKSON Free Press Sports Writer The Howe-less Junior Wings are experiencing some of their most difficult times since entering the Southern Ontario Hockey Association four years ago. The Junior Wings managed. a come-frombehmd 4-4 tie wiut the Windsor Spitfires before 4,827 fans at Olympia Tuesday night, in a game that served as a warmup between league-leading Windsor and the fifth-place Junior Wings. The two teams will meet in the first round of the SOHA playoffs starting next Tuesday in Windsor. THIS IS the first season the Junior Wings have played without a Howe on the ice or in the front office promoting the i A hockey club. When Marty and Mark played for them, the Junior Wings captured the 1970-71 SOHA playoff title. And with only Mark left during the 1971-72 season, they reached the finals of the playoffs. But there hasn't been a Howe in uniform the last two years, and now that the Howe family went to Houston, Gor-die and his wife, Colleen, haven't worked on the team's board of directors. Being Howe-less isn't the reason the Junior Wings have been a bottom-division team for two seasons in a row. They were doing their best against Windsor while skating to a 3-2 lead after two periods. But the Spitfires rallied for two goals early in the final period before Jerry McLean, a 19-year-old Thurston High grad, scored an unassisted goal to get the tie for the Junior Wings. Brewers Avert Arbitration MILWAUKEE -(AP)- The Milwaukee Brewers said Tuesday they had signed outfielder Johnny Briggs to a one-year contract, keeping his contract out of arbitration. NHL EAST DIVISION Pts. Pts. Boston 40 9 6 86 Philadelphia 34 12 9 77 'Montreal 33 ,16 7 73 Chicago 29 11 15 73 NY Rangers 28 16 12 68 St. Louis 23 26 8 54 Toronto 26 19 11 63 Atlanta 21 27 10 52 Buffalo 25 25 6 56 Los Angeles 21 27 8 50 DETROIT 19 29 8 46 Minnnesota 18 26 13 49 NY Islanders 15 27 14 44 Pittsburgh 17 33 5 39 Vancouver 15 32 9 39 California 11 40 7 29 the last 17 games and moved them within two games of the Midwest division championship. PHOENIX (w): Bantom 7 1-1 15, Erlck-on 4 1-2 Walk 4 1-2 Haskins 7 2-1 14. Van Arsdale 7 4-7 20. Calhoun 4 1-2 Christian 3 2-2 Melchionni 5 0-0 10, Green 0 0-0 0, Chamberlain 0 0-0 0. Totals: 41 14-11 CHICAGO (130): Love 4 5-4 13, Walker 7-7 25, Ray 2 4-5 Sloan 11 1-1 23, Van Lier 7 4-5 10, Porter I -10 Weiss 2 0-0 4, Awtrey 0 0-0 0, Addelman 4 0-0 8, Garrett 4-4 Boerwinkli 0 0-0 0. Totals: 41 34-38 Phoenix 24 23 23 24- Chicago 24 32 31 41130 Total fouls Phoenix 30, Chicago 22. Technical Fouls: Phoenix Coach MacLeod. A 7,451 Cazzie Hot, 104-98 CLEVELAND (AP) Caz-zie Russell scored 37 points i and hit four key baskets in the fourth quarter to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 104-98 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in a National Basketball Association game Tuesday night The stormy contest saw four technical fouls called by refer ees Mark Schlafman and Jake O'Donnell, two of them on the Warriors' Rick Barry, who was ejected. Austin Carr led Cleveland with 34 points. Lee 3-2 Vxhurmind 'i 4T1J. 33 13, Mullint 11 2-4 24. Bamelt 1 0-0 2. Dickey 0 0-0 0, Russell 15 7-0 37, Ellis I 00 2, G. Johnson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 41 22-25 CLEVELAND (70): Davis 1 4-4 4, Smith 4 2-2 10, Patterson 7 1-1 15, Carr 15 4-4 34, Wilkens 4 3-4 17, Foster 1 0-4 2, Cieamons 0 0-0 0, Brewer 3 0-0 4, Witt 0 2-2 2, Warren 3 0-0 4. Totals: 40 10-21 Golden Stat 24 27 50 21104 ueveiano 24 24 24- Fouled out: none. Total fouls: Golden State 17, Cleveland 21. Technicals: Rus- Barry (2), Cleveland Coach Fitch. 2,744 Frazier Saves Knicks NEW YORK-(UPI) Walt Frazier's jump shot with 15 seconds left Tuesday night carnea tne new Yoric KnicKS to a 119-116 overtime victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. Three times a Frazier basket put New York into the lead during the extra session. He scored on a rebound of his own shot with 2:16 lift to give New York a 113-111 lead, he hit a soft jumper with 52 seconds remaining for a 115-114 advan- veteran and a world class hurdler during his college days at the University of Tennessee, informed Giant director of player personnel Andy Robus-telli of his decision early Tuesday morning. "HE REALLY wasn't pleased," Flowers said. "But, I think, deep down Andy can't blame me. It really wasn't a call to get a matching offer from the Giants. In fact, if the Giants were to match the contract with Honolulu, I would turn them down. "I think I have a very fair contract with Honolulu, but I'm not a wealthy 'man now, not in six figures." Robustelll accepted Flowers' decision philosophically and said the Giants would not hold It against him next season when he plays out his option. "I would think the way we look at it is, if he makes our ball club and is the best ballplayer, he'll play," Robustelli said. "Of course, if there is somebody his equal who we feel can give us more river a long-term, then we'd probably go with that person." Yet it was long-term tonsid- Wheels Sign Third Player EAST LANSING -(UPI)-Mike Danielewicz, a wide receiver from 'Michigan State University, has signed a contract with the Detroit Wheels of the World Football League. The 6-foot, 180-pound Danielewicz, the third player to sign with the Wheels, reportedly signed for $16,000 A Detroit native, Danielewicz was an All-Stater at Ham-tramck" St. Ladislaus before enrolling at Michigan State. He is now completing his student teaching in Detroit. WFL Bags Its Active NFL GAMES Portland at Chicago. Phoenix at KC-Omaha. Philadelphia at Los Angeles. WESTERN DIVISION' '43 19 Pet. GB .694 Utah Indiana 32 32 .500 12 San Antonio 32 32 .500 12 Denver 28 33 San Diego 27 37 urn til .422 17 WEST DIVISION WESTERN DIVISION First Sports shots and grabbed but nine rebounds. The Celtics had three play-ers in double figures in rebounding Dave Cowens with the game. After Sidney Wicks hit two foul shots with 28 seconds remaining for a 106-104 Portland lead, Monroe netted a 15-toot side jumper to tie the game with six seconds remaining and send it into overtime. Wicks had a game-high 34 point3 for the Blazers, including 12 in the fourth quarter as Portland valiantly tried to win its first game on the Knicks' home court in eight tries. PORTLAND (110: J. Johnson 1 54 25, Wicks 15 4-5 34, Roberson 5 0-12 10, Petri I 4-4 20, Steele 4 2-2 10, Smith 2 1-1 5, Fryer 0 0-0 0, Martin 2 0-0 4. Totals 44 24- 32. NEW YORK (lit): Bradley 11 3-3 25, Jackson 4 5-0 13, Gianelli 4 2-2 10, Franer 14 4-7 32, Monroe 10 7-10 Lucas 11-1 3, Bibby 0 0-0 0, Wlnso 0 0-0 0, MemHlser 3 1-5 7. Totals 47 2W4. Portland 27 21 31 27 10-114 New York 22 32 21 31 13-117 Fouls: Portland 30, New York 32, Fouled out: sraoiey, jacusun. ioti i eenm- Cll! SlWtn. Walker on a Tear KANSAS CITY, Jimmy Walker scored 15 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter Tuesday night, lifting the Kansas City-Omaha Kings to a 92-86 victory pver the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers were outscorea, Sffi many as 11 points in the third dropped its sixth game in the last seven outings and its first in five meetings with the Kings this season. Cage Crusher LOS ANGELES -(UPI)-Team doctors confirmed Tuesday that university of Southern California guard Biff Bur-rell will be out for the basketball season with a cracked bone in his foot. 1st Player orations which convinced Flowers to join the WFL. "The key to this is five years from now when I retire, I'll be competing with 24 and 25-year-olds in the job market and it will be their market, not mine," Flowers explained. "There are more opportunities for me in the WFL, in every phase, than just money. I would hope eventually I could be in a management position." Flowers said he was approached to join the WFL when it was formed. He said he also knew of other NFL players contacted by the WFL. Gary Dividson, WFL president, also announced Tuesday the league would hold a draft of NFL and Canadian Football League players March 18-19 "solely for negotiating rights. "We're not going to sign players who are under contract," Davidson said. HOWEVER, THE new league has several franchises now beginning to show signs of life. The Boston franchise, which merged and transferred to New York Monday, has 35 players under contract, a 1-though most have not been announced. Eight of the 35 have some sort of NFL experience. Additionally, the team has already announced! the signing of former New York Jets' wide receiver George Sauer. They also are expected to sign Boston College quarterback Gary Margani next week. The league television contract with TVS will bring pro football into the living room in i -J I and will consist chiefly of a prime time game eacn inursaay night over a 150-station- network until the end of November. The league 'will receive approximately $1 million for the first season's television rights. TUESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal at NY Islanders, Vancouver at Los Angeles, night. night. St. Louis 7, Atlanta 1. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Philadelphia at DETROIT, I St Louis at Pittsburgh. 7:35 p.m. California at Chicago. Buffalo at Toronto. Boston at Minnesota. 1 THURSDAY'S GAMES I Vancouver at Montreal. at Buffalo. NY Rangers at Los Angeles. FRIDAY'S GAME NY Rangers at California. pitcher wants to do it," con-' ceded Houk. "But theyVe both been around long enough to handle it. There are so many jobs for a pitcher with that kind of experience. Resides, a pitcher with that kind of experience. Besides, a pitcher who wins 10 and loses tour is a helluva lot more valuable than a pitcher who wns 14 and loses 17." With the designated hitter, one very good middle relief man can be very important." HOUK ALSO hinted at the possibility that either Perry or Frymari or both might be traded elsewhere before training camp ends. "I've also heard some damn good things about Walker and Ray," the Tiger manager con-' tinued, "I know Ray was a good relief pitcher in the National League, and the things people have been telling me about Walker would indicate he's a much better pitcher than his record shows. "1 know Ed Farmer has a good arm I've seen that. He's another of the pitchers I've got to see more of this spring. There are a lot of decisions to be made, and I'm not going to act like I'm smart enough to tell you right now what they're going to be.H Aside from the pitching, the team is pretty well set. Houk plans to carry threj catchers, and there are only, three Bill Freehan, Gene Lamont and Bob Didier on the roster. He doesn't know who'll start at second base Gary Sutherland or John Knox or how much Norm Cash will play first base. Eut other than that, there arent any problems in the infield. Houk likes an outfield of Willie Horton, Mickey Stanley and Jim Northrup, with Dick Sharon and Ben Oglivie to back them up. And he has already indicated Al Kaline will be the Tigers' designated hitter, with Gates Brown pinch hitting the old-fashioned way. Now, if only the questions about the pitching stiff would be that easy. FEB. 22 8:30 P.M. Forth. WW A TogTeMm Championship BRUISER and ELLIS THE VALIANT BROS. MEXICAN DEATH MATCH MARTINEZ vt. HEENAN K010FF vs. (H01AK OTHER SUR BOUTS Prices $5, $4, $3 Children 14 Years And Under Half Price On Sale at Olympia, Sears, Grinnells, Hudsons Watch Championship Wrestling TV Ch. 9 Sat. 5:00 p.m. Denver, Colorado INCLUDES ALL TAXES WHA WLTP WLTP New England 32 24 2 66 Houston 34 18 5 73 Toronto 30 27 4 64 Minnesota 31 26 1 63 Quebec 30 27 3 63 Winnipeg 27 27 5 59 Cleveland 27 26 4 59 Edmonton 28 29 0 56 -Jersey 26 32 2 54 Vancouver 23 32 0 46 25 27 3 53 Los Angeles 20 38 9 40 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Quebec 6, Cleveland 5, ot. Toronto at Vancouver, night. MONDAY'S RESULT Jersey 4, Chicago 3. Celtics Zoom Past Pistons fftb-Msd (fend tfetaraP NEW YORK -(UPI) -The World Football League stopped talking and snared its first active National Football League player, Tuesday, the New York i a s' strong safety Richmond Flowers. At a news conference called to announce a TVS television network contract for the new league, Flowers announced he had signed with the WFL's Honolulu franchise for 1975-76 and will play out his option with the Giants next season. Flowers, a five-year NFL Sandlot Manager Dies at 64 Ruppert, 64, known sandlot baseball well-man- ager for a quarter of a cen-t died Tuesday at his home in Dearborn after a long illness. Mr. Ruppert managed Class A teams for Checker Cab, Auto Club and Pepsi-Cola and won five national championships. He is survived by his wife, Viola, and a daughter, Pat. Visitations will be at the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 Michigan, Dearborn, after 7 p.m. Wednesday. East Colnatt 13, Ithaca 50. Hofstra 47, Stony Brpok 57. Massachusetts Vermont 41. New It. Adelphi 43. Providence 74, Rhode Island 73. Rutgers (, Connecticut II. St. John's, NY IP, Boston Col. 7J. St. Jocsph'i Pa. 12, Kims 71. South Georee Washington 07, camolle U. 43. Louisville 104, Wichita St. 70. State Aouinii 74. Tri-Stafe Indiana 72. Henry Ford CC 78, Orch. CC 78. Orch. kidot CC 44. Macomb CC 50, Highland park CC 47. Southwest Arkansas 107, Texas Christian 77. Texas 75, Texas Tech 74. Texas AM 74, Rice 12. Southern Methodist 78, Baylor TO. Harness Racing iiopihuiiie THRU MARCH 20 CLUBHOUSE DINING Ph. 349-1000 Post 8 pm iilpiff xM lillii DETROIT 10STON OFT OFT Norwood 7 3-3 17 Hivlictk 12 7-1 31 Row 3 3 5 Nelson 1-7 17 Lanlor 0-0 II Cowens 3-3 13 Bind 4 7-10 21 White It 5 3 23 Ford 3 31 4 Cheney 4 21 10 Adams 1 0-0 2 Wsstphsl 1 0-0 1 Trapp 2 0-0 4 Williams 10-0 1 Memialt 4-7 14 Silas I 3 4 Lanti 1 2-2 4 Finkel 0 4-0 0 Davit 1 0-2 2 Continued from the ball away, dropped it, kicked it, stepped out bounds everything but put it in the basket. THE STRANGE thing is that the Pistons could have won it. They overcame a terrible 26 percent shooting first quarter and forged a 68-61 lead midway in the third quarter, quarter and forged a 68-61 lead midway in the third quarter. They did it mostly on the drive and determination of Johnny Mengelt, who had all of his after-burners glowing in an effort to stay up with the Celtics. But one man can't stop this machine once it gets rolling and the Celtics blew the game apart in th final eight minutes of the third quarter. They came flying down the court like the start of the Indi-anapolis 500, with White, then Havlicek, then White again ramming in baskets. They out-scored the Pistons 23-7 through the rest of the period and that was it. "Lanier is not one of the better fast-break men in this league," said White. "We just wore him out. The Pistons were getting back eariy but not late in the game. They just couldn't stay with us." PAUL SILAS, another Celtic critic, added: "They just ran out of gas. Lanier can go only so long." Lanier played 36 minutes, which meant he missed an en-. tire quarter. He scored 18 points but that was deceiving since he hit only nine of 22 FISHER STEREO SYSTEMS lesMlpJr J1 rwr -A 4vr Vv I "4 Totals 37 21-31 77 Totals 42 23-37 107 DETROIT 21 17 13 22- 77 Boston 31 23 27 24-107 Total fouls: DETROIT 27, Boston 31. I Attendance: 12.212. 19, Don Chaney with 12 and Havlicek, who may never get old, with 10. Havlicek led the Celts with 31 points. He, too, had to be taken from the floor because of the torrid pace but his rest periods were much snorters than Lanier's. He missed only four minutes. White scored 23 points and Don Nelson 17 as the Celtics edged a step closer to wrapping up first place in the NBA's Eastern Division. FOR THE PISTONS, Dave Bing was the leading scorer with' 21 points, but again he had a low shooting percentage. He tried 18 times and hit but six. He did not have a good trip, finishing with 14 of 44 in the three-stop tour. The Pistons will have no chance to rest. 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