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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Alamogordo, New Mexico Baseball by the associated press american league East a l pct. Go bait 25 16 .610 a Boston 23 19 .548 2v� n York 24 20 .545 2v� Milakee 24 23 .511 4 Cleve 17 22 .436 7 Detroit 17 24 .415 8 Toronto 18 26 .409 by West Minn 27 16 .628 a Chicago 24 17 .585 2 Texas 20 19 .513 5 Calif 22 22. 500 5 Oakland 21 22 .488 6 pc. 19 23 .452 7v Seattle 18 30. 375 11v Friday s games Cleveland 3, Oakland i California 4, Toronto i Baltimore 6, Minnesota 0 Boston to Kansas City i Seattle 2, Detroit i new York 8, Chicago 6 Milwaukee 6, Texas 5 saturday s games Toronto 6, California 4 Chicago 9, new York 4 Boston 17, Kansas City 12 Seattle 3, Detroit i Oakland 5, Cleveland i Baltimore 3, Minnesota i Milwaukee 3, Texas i sunday s games Seattle Jones 1-3 at Detroit Arroyo 3 11 30 . California Ryan 7-4 at Toronto Lemanczyk 2-41 30 . Kansas City co born 5 5 at Boston Stanley 3-12 . Chicago Kravec of at new York Figueroa 5-32 . Minnesota Golf 3 3 at Baltimore Flanagan l l2 . Oakland Langford 4 3 at Cleveland Dobson 0 42 . Texas Marshall of at Milwaukee Haas 4 22 30 . National league East a l pct. Go Chicago 27 14 .659 a Pitts 26 14 .650 a s Louis 26 17 .605 2 Phila 22 19 .537 5 Montreal 15 25 .375 i in n York 15 26. 366 12 West los Ang 33 12 .733 a Cinci 19 23 .452 12 s fran 19 24 .442 13 s Diego 20 28 .417 14 Houston 18 26 409 14 Atlanta 17 29 .370 16 Friday s games Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 2 Philadelphia 5, new York 4 St. Louis 7, Montreal 3 Houston 4, san Diego 3 san Francisco 4, Atlanta 3, to innings los Angeles to Cincinnati 3 saturday s games Chicago 6, Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 6, los Angeles 3 Atlanta 2, san Francisco i Philadelphia 4, new York 2, to innings St. Louis 7, Montreal 5 san Diego 6, Houston 5 sunday s games new York Koosman 3 5 at Philadelphia Kaat 0 21 30 . Montreal Warthen 12 at St. Louis Forsch 7 12 15 pm. Pittsburgh Kison 3-2 at Chi Cago Burris 7 42 15 . Cincinnati Norman 3-2 at los Angeles Rhoden 7 14 . Houston Lemongello 1-6 at san Diego Griffin 4 24 pm. Atlanta Leon 1-2 at san Francisco Mcglothen 2 44 . Blazers series not Over yet Portland Ore. Apr can the Portland Trail blazers come Back a a we re Down 2-0, but that does no to mean the series is Over a said Portland coach Jack Ramsay who Hopes his club will Start its comeback with a Victory Over the Philadelphia 76ers in sundays third game of the Best of seven National basketball association championship series. The game will be nationally televised by lbs starting at 3 30 ., Edt. The Portland players Arentt quite ready to give up. A we Are a Long Way from dead a declared Forward Maurice Lucas. A we wont lose our Confidence a promised guard Herm Gilliam. A obviously we have to play better and this is too great a team not to do the move from Philadelphia where the mixers posted 107-101 and 107-89 victories to Portland a coliseum should help the blazers who have won their last six playoff games at Home. A the series started with them having the Home court advantage and they kept it that Sall a said blazers guard Lionel Hollins. A now we re going to be at a we have upheld our Home court advantage so far but now it swings to them a said Philadelphia superstar Julius Erving. A a in a sure be tougher on their Home floor. A to win says Ramsay the blazers have to play their game. A they scored 107 Points against us a observed Ramsay a and we can do better than that. We have just got to play our game. In a not worried about what they do if we play our game we can Portland averaged 111.7 Points per game during the regular season third highest in the Aba but Hasni to approached that figure in the two playoff games against the mixers. A Philadelphia is playing very Well and some of our troubles have to be attributed to that a said Ramsay. Adds assistant coach Jack Mckinney a i would say it was about 50-50 Between our mistakes and their Good play that put us where we Are in this where the blazers Are is against the Wall. They must win sunday or else face the next to impossible task of taking four straight from the Multi talented mixers. To win Portland will have to get its offence unt racked. And that Means three things. First the blazers have to get their running game going. A a we be been Able to control their fast break which has taken away one of their big weapons a said mixers coach Gene Shue. The blazers need that weapon Back in order to win. Second when Portland has to set up it must be Able to score on its Back door and give and go plays where Center Bill Walton gets the Ball and feeds it to players cutting to the Basket for layups. Third the blazers have to Cut Down on their turnovers 63 in the first two games. A a we re running an ineffective offence and we re turning the Ball Over a said Ramsay summing it All up. A a that a Why we re 7 Alamogordo Latag arms sports three sport Letterman Sophomore Debbie Salcido and senior James Ferebee were recently awarded plaques honouring them As three sport Letterman at Alamogordo High school in varsity athletics. Both will be Back next year to compete for the tigers. Jimmy Don Yee win own tourney repeat of fighting unexpected today Boit s Mark broken Mendonca takes fifth dying linebacker receives diploma san Antonio Tex. Apr Bill Ludwikowski was determined to receive his High school diploma at the same time his classmates did. When his class was attending the Holmes High school graduation ceremonies Friday night Bui was in a Hospital where doctors were fighting a losing Battle against the cancer that had struck the former Star linebackers body. School officials delivered Bius diploma to him. An hour later he died. Bill a friends said the 18-year-old youth never lost his spirit after learning he had cancer last Spring. Last fall Bill was honorary Captain of his foot Bau team causing the Coin toss at every game. He said he lost Only one cab. The previous season Bui had been using his 5-foot-ll, 210-Pound body to Knock Down opposing Ball carriers. By last november he weighed 155. He never let up in his studies finishing seventh in his class at the 2,800-student school and getting a four year scholarship offer from Princeton. If you re going to hold your own Golf tournament you might As we win the top prize. That a what Jimmy Yee and his son Donald thought was the proper procedure As they captured the Handicap division of the chinese dragon open tournament saturday afternoon. The Yee combo fired a 12-under-Par 132 to nip runner Dan Koesters and Ralph Salcido and the team of George Zimmerman and Gerald Hanson with a 134 for 18 holes. In the Caraway division Rex Hutchison and de Smith combined to fire a 149 for first place. Al Corprew and Don Soloman finished second with a 150. There were 48 teams entered in the one Day tournament. Here Are the top ten finishers in each division of the chinese dragon open Golf tournament held saturday Handicap division Jimmy Yee and Donald Yee 132 Dan Koesters and Ralph Salcido 134 George Zimmerman and Gerald Hanson 134 Ken Means and Louis Chavez 135 Bob Boyce and Bing Franse 135 Chuck Anderson and Jeff Rhodes 136 lower Stephens and John Elmore 137 Frank Wheeler and Bing Cozby 138 Paul Ortega and John Brauninger 139 Bob Hays and Mert Hays 140 Biu Romansky and Yola Romansky 140. Caroway division Rex Hutchinson and de Smith 149 Al Corprew and Don Soloman 150 Jim Bauerschmidt and Pat Bellows 151 Bui Black and Daryl Smith 152 Johnny May and David Locke 153 Carlton Palmer and Pete Cache 154 de Montes and Biu Belows 154 Thomas Taylor and Joe Edwards 154 Curtis Reece and Betty Reece 155 Phu Blazer and Joe Grace 157. Blinkers off nabs top futurity time Portland Ore. Apr officials of the Portland Trad blazers expressed Hope saturday that when the National basketball associations championship playoff series against Philadelphia resumes sunday at the coliseum there win be no repeat of the Brawl which marred thursday nights game at Phu Adelphia. A i would Hope that our fans would not be different sunday because of what happened in Philadelphia a said por and coach Jack Ramsay referring to the a out Melee among players coaches and spectators which disrupted the closing minutes of the second game of this Best of seven series which the mixers Lead 2-0. A your fans have been Good to visiting teams a added Ramsay. A it was great the Way they showed the lakers the respect due them in the semifinal series. I would like it to be the same for blazers officials have met with Security personnel at the por and coliseum in an Effort to head off any repeat of the Brawl sunday. A we reemphasized things with Security people that we be said a along a said club executive Stu Inman. A fall the Security people and our people win be extremely sensitive to what can happen. A we done to have any new things to come up with other than the obvious thing of alerting Security personnel to the fact that fans do not have any business on the floor and never a i have no sympathy for the fan a echoed Harry Glick Man executive vice president of the blazers. A the just does no to belong out there on the court. He makes himself subject to serious injury. We have worked with the coliseum about handling such situations but i Hope it never Portland a Maurice Lucas who along with Philadelphia a Darryl Dawkins was fined $2,500 by Aba commissioner Larry of Brien for being one of the main combatants in the Brawl was hopeful of letting bygones be bygones. A it was just a scuffle a Lucas said a just one of those things. Here today gone a i done to think there will be any after effect of the fight a said Philadelphia a George Mcginnis one of the players who tried to act As peacemaker. A fall it could do is Hurt both Jack Mckinney Portland a assistant coach agreed with Mcginnis. A there wont be any fighting a he predicted. A they done to have time to think about getting even. There a too much at and Inman added a sometimes you get one incident like that and that a it. Everyone is so sensitive to it do everything to avoid a repeat. I Hope that going Down the stretch Well have More cooler Heads than hot Arkadelphia Ark. Apr Evans White of Prairie View Texas turned in a 1 47.39 time in the 800-meter run to set a record at the National association of intercollegiate athletics track and Field meet saturday. Whites performance bettered an naia Mark of 1 47.7 held by Mike Boit of Eastern new Mexico. In other events saturday John Sebiro of Eastern new Mexico repeated As naia Champion in the 3000-meter steeplechase with a time of 8 47.5. Wayne Mendonca a former Tularosa High trickster placed fifth in the javelin with a toss of 2137�?�. Mendonca is competing for Western new Mexico University. Dale Grant of Southern Oregon won the event with a distance of 236�?Th�?�. Other winners with several finals still scheduled were tim Terrill of Saginaw Valley mich., in the Marathon Jackson state miss., in the 440-Yard relay Dennis Duckworth of Jackson state in the 400-meter dash Ronald Gainey of Angelo state Texas in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles and Scott Mcmillan of Adams state colo., in the 1500-meter run. In the late events winners were Mike Cooper of Cumberland ky., in the High jump John Muthana of Bethel College ran., in the 5000-meter run Paul White of Arkansas tech in the shot put Wylie Turner of Angelo state Texas in the 20o-meter dash Moise Tomaney of Carleton state Texas in the triple jump Rick Cotton of Doane College neb., in the pole vault and Jackson state miss., in the mile relay. Legion tryouts slated today the Alamogordo american legion baseball team is continuing tryouts sunday at 6 . On Tiger Field. After saturdays initial workout and today tryouts the team will be practising throughout the week. Post 34 is the defending state Champion and is coached by Lupe Reyes and Frank and Kenny Swinson. Wadkins has one stroke Atlanta Lead Atlanta apr Lanny Wadkins twice a runner up this season but a non Winner since 1973, one putted to times on his Way to a seven under Par 65 that provided him with a on stroke Lead saturday in the third round of the Atlanta classic Golf tournament. Wadkins Effort the Best of the weather plagued tournament gave him a 54-Hole total of 205, la under Par on the Hilly 6,883-Yard Atlanta country club course. Defending Champion Hale Irwin holed out from a greenside Bunker for an Eagle three on the final Hole drawing a huge Roar from the big gallery that divided its attention Between the players and the Black threatening Clouds and rumbling Thunder of an approaching storm. Irwin a Eagle gave him a 66 and left him one stroke Back at 206 going into sundays final round of the Chase for a $40,000 first prize. A that kind of gets the blood to running a Irwin said of his dramatic Eagle. Irwin shared the no. 2 spot with Longshot Steve Veriato who had a 66. It was two strokes Back to pea Champion Dave Stockton and former . Open King Lou Graham tied at 208. Each completed a 71 just before a violent thunderstorm struck the course and stranded Mac Laclendon in the Middle of putting. After a Brief delay Laclendon ran into trouble. He hit into the water on the last Hole made double bogey seven and finished with 73-210. Open daily 9-t Sun. 11-6 Sun., mon., tues., wed. 434-0145 clean up specials Auto Depar Coupon Bertolaccini fires 65 to Lead Keystone Camp Hill a. A Silvia Bertolaccini Rode a red hot Putter to a five under Par 65 saturday to tie a ladies professional Golf association record and take a one shot Lead into the final round of the $50,000 lady Keystone open at Armitage Golf club. Miss Bert Ocla cd Init a 65, coupled with her round of 66 Friday for a 131 total tied an Lyga 36-Hole record. Kathy Martin of thousand Oaks a calif., set the Mark last year in the Birmingham classic. First round Leader Mary Bea Porter of Phoenix adz., was second at 132 after a one under 69 saturday. Carole to Skala of Shingle Springs calif., was next at 133 after shooting a 69. Kathy Whitworth was tied for fourth with Sandra Spuzich of Indianapolis ind., at 134. Miss Whitworth fired her second straight 67 saturday while miss Spuzich posted a 66. Ruidoso Downs Apr blinkers off set the top qualifying Mark for the $510,680 Kansas Quarter horse futurity at Ruidoso Downs by covering 350 Yards in 18.04 seconds saturday. The gelding owned by Tom Venable of Tulsa okla., will be joined in the Kansas futurity june 12 by nine other two year old that posted top times in the five qualifying races. Blinkers off with Jackie Martin in the Saddle recorded the Best time in winning the fourth heat returning payoffs of $3.40, $3.20 and $2.60. She is my native owned by . Baker jr., it. Worth Tex., and Diamond duckies owned by James Martin and Douglas Beckwith Roswell ., had the next Best times. She is my native Winner of the Sun country futurity at Sunland Park recently and Diamond Chick let each won their heats with clocking of 18.08 seconds. The other qualifiers for the Kansas futurity include easy kiss 18.12, owned by Gentry Brothers of Lubbock Tex. Prissy Gold Digger 18.14, Robert Moore Oklahoma City okla. No Gnu 18.14, Brad and Ann Tate Lakin Kan. Promise of Joy 18.15, Michael and Beverly Brody Pasadena Tex. Is. Heart breaker 18.166, ran Tex special Gonzales Tex. Val Nero 18.17, Jacqueline Spencer Carrizozo Move lit to closer 18.236, Wendy acres stables san Angelo Tex. In or. Good wrench has a service special for you. A Good a from a june i 1977 a thro june 17, 1977 specials Good Only with Coupon pm tune up special from or. Goodw Reoch. A a in includes new plugs Points condenser. Set engine dwell and timing. Adjust Carburettor. $34.88 my air cd this week Only air condition summer service spacial $184$ you san 6.76 Leek feet system on i to to anti examine end ugh is ail left com ext a a 11,995 we Are Over Stock with four of this deluxe Model Mobile traveler a Stool promo lounge chair Model pull Roar Bath aerodynamic Flo Glass front body thie unit in fully a gulped. Your Choice of Dodge or Chevy Power train. 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