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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire NASHUA TELEGRAPH, NASHUA, N. H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1969 Nkklaus' 284 Wins Williams Golf Tourney By BOB MYERS SAN DIEGO (AP) Tom Weiskopf, i soldier stationed it Ft. Polk, La., may be wonder- ing how Jack Nicklaus won the UN Andy Williams-San Diego Open Golf Tournament and required 284 strokes to do 'it. Weiskopf, you see; won the tournament a year ago, before the U.S. Army borrowed him, and did it in 273 shots. And Nleklaus walked awiy, headed today for the Bob Hope Clastic at Palm Sprint, with the winner's loot In an- other rather-unusual situation- Seldom In these days does a pro lelfer overcome a deficit of two strokes, win by do It with a final roped one-over par 73. Jack did It. Generally something like tour-under In the last round Is required. As it turned out Nicklaus, the Big Bear from Columbus, Ohio, defeated San Diego's hometown hero, Gene Littler, In a two man duel Sunday.- Littler's artistic 67 over the par .72 Torrey Pines Golf Club Saturday sent him into Sunday's final round two strokes in front of Nicklaus. But Torfey Pine's tough par-4 holes led to Littler's loss. Its five bogeys were all on them. He finished with 76 and the only birdie he got came on the final green. Nicklaus had fin- a bogey six on the '.ast Gene needed an eagle to tie. His birdie broke the possibility of a three-way tie for second. Young Dave Stockton and vet- eran Tommy Aaron had slipped in with 70s and 72-hole. scores of 286. Littler pocketed and Stockton and: Aaron: each won Nicklaus conced- ed, "was pretty bad this week. I can't believe I could win a tour- nament with niy score after the scores we had here last year. A 281 is not a great score and 73 is not a great score." It was good enough. Golden Gloves In Semi-Finals LOWELL, Mass. Golden Gloves goes into a rip- roaring semi-final show tomor- row night in the Lowell Memo- rial Auditorium at o'clock; Judging the crowds reaction to several bouts on last week's ,24-bout. card, the t seating capacity should come close. to a sell out for the upcoming show. More than fans gave out with standing ovations last week because of the calibre of clouting. Action tomorrow is slated in the 112, 135, 147, and 175 pound opens -and !in the 112, 118, 126, and heavy- weight novice classes. A total of 58 simon pures have been called from Boston, Danvers, Lowell, Worcester, Lawrence, Leominster, Manchester, N. H., Meredith, N.H., Franklin, N.H., Windsor, Vt., Bar Harbor, Me., Quincy, Lynn, Bridgewater, Holy Cross College, Waltham, Bedford Hanscom AFB, Woon- socket, R.I., and Portsmouth Marine Barracks. Janet Lynn, 15. New Champion SEATTLE (AP) The new- est champion of all these United States when it comes to fancy footwork on Ice is a tiny blonde high school tou- j sled hair. Her name is Janet Lynn. .The 15-year-old from Rock- ford, 111., put a little something special into each maneuver Sat- urday night in a brilliant free skating performance to capture the senior ladies' figure skating championship vacated by Olym- pic gold medalist Peggy Flem- ing. Admitting to bit of wistful- ness at being a watcher instead competitor, Miss Fleming a professional skater- made the award at the close of the 1969 national champion' ships; Little Miss Lynn, who was America's youngest entrant in the last winter Olympics, In- cluded a triple jump In her pro- first one completed successfully by a girl in national competition. The jump helped her to climb from fourth place at the half- way point Friday to edge out Julie Lynn Holmes, 17, of Para- mount, Calif., for the 'crown. Girls' Senior Division Bowling Champions The 'Junior Division girls' bowling team of left to right; Debra MacDuffie, Jill Frost, Brenda Frost, Mary Jane Conway and Sue Blais captured first place la the Senior Divisiod In a rblloff held recently at the Gate City Bowl. The girls rolled a fine total to take the prize. Oddly enough, the girls finished second In the Junior Division. (Telegranhoto-Andniskevich) Strains Knee Ligcrmenfs Russell Seen Lost for 10 Days; Red Returns to Coaching Role By DAVE O'HARA BOSTON (AP) The Boston Celtics, struggling in defense of their 'National Basketball Asso- ciation championship, found themselves in serious trouble to- day with player-Coach Bill Rus- sell hospitalized and lost for at least a week. Russell, who has led the Cel- tics to 10 titles with brilliant de- fensive play in his dozen years as a pro, suffered severely strained ligaments in his right knee in a 95-94 loss to the New York Knicks Sunday at Boston Garden. With New York in front 95-92, the 6-foot-9 Russell took a pass and scored a layup. He fell hard to the floor and writhed in pain as the Knicks ran, out the final 12 seconds. X-Rays Negative Russell, 35, finally was car- ried oh a stretcher to the dress- ing room and transferred 30 minutes later to University Hos- pital, where Xrays were nega- tive. Dr. Thomas Silva, the team physician, said a bone special; ists would examine the injury in 24 hours. Barring unforeseen swelling he was "very optimis- tic that Russell would be able to return to the Celtics in a week or 10 days." General Manager Red Auer- back, who turned over the coaching reins to Russell after the 1865-66 season, announced he would return to the bench on a temporary basis. In other games Baltimore walloped Detroit 128-106, Phila- delphia overcame Chicago 112- 104, Atlanta .defeated San Diego 115-103, Phoenix nipped Milwau- kee 122-121 and San Francisco outlasted Los Angeles 122-117 in three overtimes. On Saturday, the Knicks clob- bered the Celtics 109-82, Los An- geles beat San. Francisco 106-101 Atlanta belted De- troit 119-99, Cincinnati tripped Seattle- 111-96 and San Diego downed Milwaukee 101-95. In the American Basketball Association Sunday, Dallas trimmed Kentucky 104-101, Houston defeated Miami 94-89, Miami bounced Indiana 130-113, New York whipped Los Angeles 96-85 and Denver topped Oak- land 119-105. Lacked Contact Although the into a rough and ragged affair in the final period, Russell was injured on a play lacking stiff body con- tact. He said he thought he may have been hit on the leg as he lunged. The surging Knicks, who have won 20 of their last 24 games, moved ahead of Boston into third place in the Eastern Divi sion. Dave DeBusschere put the Knicks ahead to stay 89-87 with SCORES Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Baltimore 38 15 .717 Phila'phia 36 17 .679 New York 38 21 .644 Boston 34 20 .630 Cincinnati 28 25 .528 Detroit 23 33 .411 Milwaukee 15 41 -268 Western Division Los Angeles 38 18 .679 Atlanta ian Fran. San Diego Chicago ieattle ?hoenix 35 22 25 30 23 31 23 33 19 38 12 42 .614 .455 .426 .411 .333 .222 G.B. 2 3 10 .354 1254 14 15 25 Eastern Division W. 1. Pet. G.B. Minnesota ..26 21 -553 Kentucky 26 22 ,542 Indiana ....'27 26 .509 2 Miami 22 24 .478 '3J4 New York .14 34 .282 1254 Western Division Oakland 6 .864 Denver 29 20 .592 1154 New Orleans 24 24 .500 16 Los Angeles 21 27 .438 19 Dallas 19 25 .532 19 Houston 14 31 .311 Alvirne Broncos Fall Victim to Fast-Breaking Central, 80-55 COLLEGE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EMI St. John's N.Y. 65, Temple 49 Columbia 69, Yale 48 Perm 75, Harvard Cornell 82, Brown 77 Princeton 61, Dartmouth 50 Boston Coll. 77, Holy Cross 69 Penn StaU68, BuckneU M Boston U. Maine 8] Providence II, R.I. 51 r M, MANCHESTER For three quarters Saturday night the Al- virne Broncos looked like one of the best teams in the state con- .ainirtg Central's Little fast break- ing team before losing, 80-55. Possession was the name of the game as the Broncos came up with the lead in the opening min- utes. The Alvirne forces mtde use of a fine passing game and a stunning defense as they held Central to a scant eight points in the first quarter. In the 'second period although outecorcd 20-16 the Broncos, be- hind the shooting of Denis Na- deau, managed to take a 31-28 lead into the lockerroom. Nadeau hit a 25-foot jumper as the buz- zer sounded. The Broncos traded hoops with the Little Green until about three minutes were left in the third period. .Central went up by six on Bronco turnovers to lead 49- 43. as the period ended. Tried Comeback (The Broncos tried'to come back but they-were battling against 6-6 Jeff Bcauchcsne under the boards as he dropped in 8 of his 23 points In the fourth and final quarter. The Broncos now a 4-7 on the sea- son take on Milford at the Hud- son gym Wednesday trying to get back on (lie winning road. ALVJRNE (55) Lankhorsl 2 10; Hoyt 4; Scales 3 28; Na- dean 11 :l 25; Hush I) ft 0; Main 2 0 4; .Steckevicz 1 i 4. Totals M CENTRAL (80) Jean I 12; Spirou ill; Schubert 101; Lone- ton 113; Beauchesne 9 5 23; Pap- pas 5 0 10; Sosnowski 1 2 4; Mc- Grath Larkin 2 0 4. Totals: 35 10 80. Score by periods: Alvime 15 16 12 12, Tot. 55. Central 8 20 21 31, Tot. 80. Officials Thompson, Joseph. UNH Freshman To Face Prep Hockey Stars DURHAM University of New Hampshire's freshman hockey team will play an all-star New Hampshire prep school team at Snively Arena on March 5, accord- ing to''an. announcement from Athletic Director Andy Mooradian. Arrangements arc being made for the selection of the prep school all stars, who will skate against. Coach Robin Teller's freshman in the first game of ivhat may become an annual scries. The Krosh in early season games have defeated yearling ri- vals from Dartmouth, Northeast- em, Colby and Merrimack. The Granite State prep squads have several outstanding indivi- duals and Brcwslcr coach Palil iVIwIan, a' former HO All-Aracri- can, is anxious to'select the best of the crop for this all-star classic. The game is scheduled for Wed- nesday, March 5, at p.m. at Snlvtlv. a three-point play and Bill Brad- ley's two free throws with 14 seconds left gave New York a 95-92 lead. Ray Scott with 26 points, Earl Monroe with 24 and Wes Unseld with 22 and 18 rebounds paced Baltimore to an easy victory. Philadelphia scored the last nine points in the final 44 sec- onds to beat the Bulls. Wally Jones had 27 points to lead the 70ers. Atlanta pulled ahead for good in the second period and held off San Diego behind Lou Hudson's 35 points and 21 by reserve Paul Silas. Gail Coodrich's basket with 19 seconds left broke.a 116-all lie and he and Dick Van Arsdale kept Phoenix ahead with free throws. Goodrich finished with 37 points. Nate Thurmond, who scored 24 points and grabbed 34 re- bounds, and Jim King scored seven points as San Francisco led all of the third overtime. The regular game ended tied at t 86 and Los Angeles blew leads in the first two extra periods, which ended tied at 99 and 110. BILL RUSSELL CANADIAN From Canada's oldest distiller Now available for the very first time in the U.S.A. .our remarkably good Canadian is registered at the distjliery. Ask for in the elegant bottle at your spirits dealer. Find out first hand how delightful Canada's good neighbor policy can be! Canadian CODK No. 231 IMPORTED Vf ASSOCIATED IMPORTERS, fflfc BOrHEO III, THE BY poonrniMM t WORTS, now, ILL-EIGHTY ciwor. 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