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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               TBLMUM. NASHUA. KH. MONDAY. BrIAtBMI lire Boston tt en fte ehto, (he beta- twous Broini have stewad tote Nittwsl DOCKVJ wtth M tames that is approaching record propbrttons. The Bruins'later. a4-J.triumph over Detroit.'Sun- day .night. In; other action, New pounded Pittsburgh T! Louis stung Toronto real bopped Minnesota shaded Philadelphia 'in Saturday's games, real: ripped New York Mont- Loiiis blanked Detroit J-0, Chi- cago and Minnesota battled a S-5 tie, Philadelphia .and''Pitts- burgh tied 2-2 and Los Angeles outlasted- The Bruins haven't lost'since Christinas night nave string is only six shorter their NEWS-WCTURES Bnrins had a string of six cellar flnlshea in; seven sea- son's, They've aJkeaay won SO tlds season and itill have W.toiplay. Only onca to the last 10 years ton "they, won more thin wma.full- season and that was when' they won played without -'ATI-Star .defenseman BoBby Orr rfter tha-first time this season. Orr reinjured his left cnee late last-Week but is ex- the line-up -After alsepreless.flrst period, Phil Esposlto, John-'MeKenzie back with Dean Prentice and Gordie Howe narrowing the gap to M. Howe's goal was his Mth of the season. But Glen Sather put it out of reach for the Bruins in- the final two minutes of the game. The Rangers ten behind Pitts- burgh M on goals by Val Fon- teyne and Jean Pronovost but New York roared back with goals in each of the last two periods. Tefwte lest Us third straight MM against team when TtjsBVVV mm- Jetsw Bever ef the perM aad less thaa twe minutes liter, Al Arfcewr scereel kit tint geel rf Ike teasen. After'Dave Keon drew the Leafs dose again, Jean Guy Talbot wrapped it up for St. Louis. The Blues now lead the Wert Division by a fat JO points over second place Oakland. Jean Beltveau'i 16th career hat trick M Montreal past Chi- cago in a nationally televised afternoon game. The three goals gave the tall Canadians' center IS for the season and 45J for hit career. Yvan Cournoyer had a pair for Montreal, running nil season's total to M. Doug Mohns scored twice for the Black Hawks, who were hampered by a freak injury to Bobby HuH in tre first period. Hull was cut on the hand when teammate Ken Wharran jumped over the boards and caught him with his skate. Danny Grant scored his Mth re smugm goal of the season and Minneso- ta ta's tough defense whlpped.Phll- ieun when st Lento bunched sdelphia as the North Start fern ftlrfperieigealrte break moved within five points of the I bX slumping Ma- fourth place Flyer, in the West pie Leafs. Gary Subenrin Division. Fosbury Continues to Flop Davenport Sets Hurdle Mark By TOM SALADINO By TOM SALAD1IW uiy, It .n Hi 7-1 Associated Press Sport. Writer Tofter indoor record was set Olympic gold medal, winners tfe in the Boston A.A., when 27- had their ups and downs' over since Ms 7-4U George Brenn of Los the weekend. Willie Davenport been ever kept en winning while Bob Sea gren and Ralph Doubell bounced back however, continued to flop- Davenport, the 110-meter Olympic champion from 'South- ern University, sprinted: to 'his ninth straight hurdles victory, Saa-asrs uriay at Pertlmni, ke uray a eraldn't dear tie Ml barrier. back to capture his spe- eflort. DoobeD, the Australian tneter winner in the Olympics, was stalled by transportation problems and didn't compete in ii-- Dew Yerk. The Melbonme na- Beamon went up te Boston, n inch but of ADA- ing Portland, for the Ore- lUK urm m yuuent mm Invitational and romped to the spotlighj with IB easy victory in the Ms 5.S mark in the 48-yard IBHIi -'f eHHVU Flop, in winning the Olympic University, Ugh Jnmper, eontis- high Jump crown at Mexico te sparkle, winning In New City, the Il-jear-oH Oregon Yerk and Boston wltk Wenticml winning-Friday night at Millrose-Wanamaker aneet ever tie weekend Games and then breaking vtteed: world mark in me 45-yardihlgh George Young'sJ.4U1 hurdles at the Boston A A. victory and-ilxth-tMs season Games.Saturday night. the two-mile run. The 11-year- Seagren, the Olympic pole Grande, Ariz, school- vault ttttist, and both which the indoor and outdoor world toTWrforaet records, failed to qualify in New York Friday night, missing award e  expenses. At Us sWWe Haughton kas twe siikkimr. wke taWate a week te seen N mem sai tt ehamelens, mdudini Uwwi H ef last year, and CarlWe, vu break fte four-minute bar- rier, but tired in the last quar- ter. He won by 20 yards over Barry Brown, New York A.C. Winners in the Portland Invi- tational included Chris Papani- calaou of San Jose State, with a meet record in the pole Australia'. Kerry with a clocking in Boston. Olympian 00-yard dash in six seconds; and with a throw of Geffer Tie Bishop Guertin Cardinals fell victim to Bishop Bradley yesterday after- won, 71-46 to suffer thdr third loss of the year, to the left photo Guertui's John Danciuse scrambles for a loose ball as do Bradley's Tom Pollack (38) and Steve Vanulis In the right photo Bradley's Tun Hannagan (30) appears to be at attention as Dancause is involved with another scramble with Bradley's Steve Fued (23) and Denis Chapman Guerth next plays at Merrimaclr Friday. (Ralph ArnoH Photos) Pioneers Stiff Unbeaten Bradley Crushes Cardinal Five, 71-46 4 9 1 t 9 1 H MANCHESTER Although Bradley's reserves came into the and was emotionally as well_as keen Dace wua uisnop uraa- eiuereu us reoeivcs m and" were completely over- the game as mere formaliry be- hopo, tojrsgm So-vara aasn in six secumis, emu Neal Steinhauer, the shot .put, whelmed by the class L leaders fore reaching the final score, ways. An overflow crowd packed the Bradley gym and watched Guertin bad too many turnovers the Manchester power-house coast and not nearly enough board to its 11 consecutive victory to 7146. tere Sunday afternoon 71-46. Bradley jumped to an 8-1 lead, (it consistent'shooting and excel- ------1 ent ballhandling by Rick Cote strength, to overcome the unbeat and the rebounds by Tim Malar- en Pioneers. The ailing Jim Des- ;ey pushed the Cardinals to a pathy (torn Achilles tendon) did t surprising 10-9 lead at the end of not see action leaving Tim Ma- cause 3 6 12, Wingate 011, the first period Midway through larkey the chore of battling the 2 0 4, Malarkey 113, Mclnras the second period the score was boards. John Dancause of Guertin 0 i lf Cote 4 2 10, Lupica 000, a.., C'.i _ ;t W1 all scnrers with 12 noints Pun-all 31 7 O'Niel J 1 5. That would have to be the les- erit." Four field goals in a row with not ta second was .e m p h a s i i e d absolute control of both boards For the draft, conducted last i w tne secona penoa me score was u far and away the most produc- tied 14-14, but from then on it led 7' _ ,_ 4.1 _._ -11 while Rick Cote had 10 points, TOTALS 15 five area in the country for tal- was all Bradley. That was .emphasized absolute control of both boards Macek 215, Pollack 419, throughout the first round as enabled Bradley to streak to a .ffig guns for the Pioneers were Vanulis 204, Martell 10 2, De- f -mAVA __ _ 1 __L-ii e TSm With 11 Tknintj! flTlfl ___' _ m ft J 9 A C ing Califomians were select- 22-14 lead with four minutes to Tim Leonard with 11 points and mers 2 j 4> Gafl 3 g 6, Johnston By comparison, Florida pro- jn. 'the first half Guertin Tom Poltak with nine. Every 2 5 chapman i o 2, Manning three draftees and Ne- msaageA to come dose with two Player for Bradley scored at least A j j 0 4> Huot 1 2 4, Alabama, North Carolina to go in half two points exhibiting the depth 2 4> Houle 2 o 4, Leonard Massachusetts one each. _ ..on count. A field of the class L leaders. 5 u_ Hanaean 204. 71-46, the Car- TOTALS nd Massachusetts one each. trailing by a 26-20 count. A field of the class L le Thomas, an 18-year-old switch and fast breaking iayup by Although beaten hitter is the cousin of Sonny pi0neers ended the half leav- dinals played a good game the GUERT1N who was traded by Guertin with a nine point de- first half, but ran out. of steam Houston.to Atlanta a year ago. St ficit 30-21. Guertin still down hist mniSLUll IV Jiunum Also selected on the first round, by Baltimore, was Rick Dierk- --r 4 _. eT. 19-year.old pitcher who is the younger brother of the As- tros' Larry Dierker. In all, 350 players were select- in the regular phase, consisting mostly of high school As the born sounded Bradley was graduates and junior college ta command, 41-33. 'As the fourth period began me in the third period, Bradley be- gan a devastating fast break and press with thdr reserves In the game to subdue the Nashuana. players, and 172 in the second- playcTat eUld i.tm HI U1C Aa Map ouv ary phase, covering players pre- Cardinals were visibly tired and shook up by the Bradley style of Play. With six minutes tn play in the final period the Pioneers were never headed, holding a 52-35 lead. At this point the rest of NEW YORK (AP) Dissi- dent major league baseball ing less than a month away and players threatening strike ac- player-owner pension negotia- tion in their bid for higher pen- tions.at a standstill, the New sion benefits, were set to hold a York meeting was called to in- strategy meeting today In a midtown hotel. Marvin :Miller, eiecutive di- rector rf the Players Associa- tion, expected about 100 major form the players of the situation and discuss possible courses of action should the deadlock con- tinue. The current pension agree- non, leacuen including the player ment expires. March 31. Player representatives from each of contracts are supposed to be -r _. ii nliflu. VafnuA ITAVt 17 24 12 26 12 31 10 Saturday's Results Montreal New York I St. Louis 2, Detroit 0 Chicago 5, Minnesota 5, tie Philadelphia J, Pittsb'gh S, tie LM, Angeles 8, Oakland S Only games scheduled Smday's Rewlts Montreal I, Chicago 4 St. Louis I, Toronto 1 New York 7, Pittsburgh S Boston 4, Detroit 2 Mlnheseu S, Philadelphia 1 Only nmes scheduled Ne runes scheduled TMsety's Games Detroit at Philadelphia M. With the start of Spring Train- mailed by all clubs before Feb. 15. and training camps are due for pitchers and catch- ers Feb. 20, with the rest of the players to report a week later. At least one owner has threat- ened to suspend operations for the entire season if the players fail to report for spring training. Miller, in has accused the owners of attempting to wreck the Players Association. "I would say we are as far apart as ever on the main is- Miller said last week aft- er three fruitless meetings with the owners' committee. Miller says the owners have sought to delete reference to television revenue in the nw pnsion contract, although it is mentioned in the old one. He the right to unilaterally liqui date the plan at the 'end of the owners'proposed million pen- Totals: ,2t sion boost by a 481-6 landslide mail vote. Most of them have in- However, some came to terms for 1M> before the dispute Totals: 1411-59. boiled to a head last month. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NORTH ADAMS, Mass.-Jim- my Archer, New York, stopped Oscar Lewis, New- ark, N.J., Eddie Spence, 172, Pittsfield, knocked out Slxto Martinet, New York, 2: PANAMA-Antonio A may a, 132H, Panama, outpointed Ro- MtV.VeswiueU, II. Raiders Halt Losing Skein By DEAN SHALHOUP The Spring Street Raiders halted their losing streak at three defeating the Bishop Bradley Pi- oneers Friday afternoon, 47-59. The first quarter got off to. a slow with the score only at 2-0, in favor of Bradley with three minutes left. The action picked up, however, in the final three minutes with David Zibolis getting five of the; Raiders eight first period points. Bradley led at the end of the first quarter 13-8. The game got considerably rougher in the second quarter and Bradley led at the half 32-22- But in the third frame, the red- hot hands of forwards John But- ler and Zibolis put: me Raiders ahead 47-45 at the end of the period. Thdr hot shooting; con- tinued in the final with the" Raiders getting points 'to Bradley's 13. Zibolis ended up high scorer mentioned in the old one. He M and BuUer was claims the owners also demand with 24. second high with 24. Spring Street's next encounter date the plan at the end of the tomorrow, leading scorer for coach Jack contract and want to exempt 7 Spring Street Junior former players from participat- RAIDERS (B) 11 7 ing in any improved benefits. Butler 112-24; Gagne k The players turned down the 10; Doyle Ravenelie 1 pointing toward Totals: their Irst meettng wlft we Fair- BRADLEY (59) Albee 1 4- ftlem in the first of Harty S 0-6; Clarafraud 7 tm waa lot the dty thamploB- dicated they will not sign con- -17; Huot 2 0-4; Glesson 1 contest Is scheduled for tracts until the issue is resolved. S; Koram 2 1-5; Thibeault 41- Feh. u cbegtort Street Kleain 4 .JSS.-S3 Official: Joseph 32 7 71 10 U 12 13-46 9211922-71 Officials Noonan, Gabardina. Bishop Guertin J.V. (46) T. Keenan 2 7 11, Messier 146, Cormier 1 0 2, O'NeU 4 2 10, P. Keenan, Wight, Farnsworth 317, High Scoring Raider Dave ZiboHs, above, is the lending scorer for coach Jack the Raiders are pointing toward their irst meeting with the Fair- H Wall, Hogan, Lozeau 124, Torres, Morin, Dittrich 102, Warrington 14 18 124, Comeau. TOTALS Bishop Bradley J V (55) Marcoullier 102, Graham I 2 14, Johnston 117, Mitchell remain unbeaten. GUERTIN (46) Gall 11 3, Merchant 000, Dan- 15 14 46 BRADLEY (71) J14, Allen S 1 7, Chambers 215, Fucci 3 17, Cullity. 0 0 0, Wood- ring 317, Brisson 102. TOTALS 24 7 55 Bishop Guertin JV 11 9 U 14-46 Bishop Bredley JV 7 18 18 12-55 Officials Goodrich, BelasH. Sports News In Brief .BRISBANE, Australia (AP) Chris Amon of New Zealand took the lead at the start in an Italian Ferrari Sunday and won the 34th Australian Grand Prix, covering the 100 miles in the record average speed of 100.18 miles an hour. Derek Bell of Britain finished second in a Ferrari, Leo Geoghegan of Australia third in a Lotus Repco V8 and world champion Graham Hill of Brit- ain fourth. MIAMI (AP) Jaime Filliol of Chile defeated countryman Panchb Guzman 10-8, 5-7, 13-11 Sunday to win the men's singles title of the City of Miami Tennis Championships. BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) Bobby Gamache of the Alpine Club of Manchester, N.H., won the 100-yard dash and the three-mile forced march in the Winter Carnival Snow Shoe Cham- pionships Saturday. SAN DIEGO (AP) Jack Nicklaus has won all of the ma- jor golf tournaments in the world, but there was a special something in his victory in the Andy Williams San Die- go Open Sunday. A little wide-eyed .at all the post-tournament excitement and press interviews were his two handsome ybungsters, Steven, 5, and Jack, 7. Barbara, Jack's wife pretty, wife, explained: "This is the first time they were ..present when Jack won a tournament." Lombard! Silent on Redskins Takeover GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP Any plan Vince Lombard! might have been harboring Sunday about quitting the Green Bay Packers and taking command of the Washington Redskins was labelled by his pro football as: sociates as officially a surprise. Packers' spokesmen said they hoped to confer today, with their general manager, who had re- mained out of touch as rumors spread that he would ask to be relieved of .his contract so he could become coach, general manager and part owner'of the Washington club. Mrs. who stayed at home during the weekend while her husband was in New York, said she knew nothing more of the rumor than what she read in Sunday's newspapers. .A' report that Lombardi, would get 13 per cent of the Redskins-stock, she said, "was interesting." Packers' sources noted Lom- bard! decided on his own to cease coaching the National Football League club. One scource said the general manag- er probably could regain the coaching post if he wanted too, but noted the club's widespreac stock-distribution system woulc never allow him the glamor Packer ownership. No Meeting Tony Canadeo, a member o the Green Bay executive com In the subsequent 1968-69 sea- son, the Packers slumped to their worst season since before the Lombard! decade. The Washington Post said in its Sunday editions that Lom- bard! would ask Green Bay to free him from the remaining five years of his contract. The Washington Evening Star rjjg Ijicen nay BAtstunvc AUC mittee; said Sunday that, prior said the arrangement with the to the rumors, no meeting had Redskins needed nothing more been scheduled today to hear than Lombardi's signature. Lombardi's plans. "I'd imagine with all theipub licity given the story over the weekend, Vince will want to si down and talk to us. All wi know is what we've read o, said Richard Bourguig non, vice president. of Green Bay Packers Inc. Lombard! coached the Pack ers to an unprecedented five NFL championships in sevei years and two Super Bow crowns before abandoning the post after' the 1967-'68 season to become full-time general man ager. 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