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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 8, 1969, Ames, Iowa Girls Page clinic set Iowa River Valley for nov. 15 at Jewell Grid standouts defending champions Doug Carlson left will be Back to defend his title in the 1969 Turkey trot this afternoon on the Iowa state Golf course. Carlson is show n being congratulated by or. William Marion. Head of the department of poultry science after winning the 1968 Turkey trot. Invitational gym meet sunday at Iowa state Central Iowa gymnastics tans will have a Chance to see some of the finest Young gymnasts in Iowa in action sunday afternoon Between 1-3 . At the Bever Hall the occasion is the annual Iowa state invitational gymnastics meet for youngsters Between 8-16 years of age. The Ames gymnastics club will have 18 entries in action competing with 14 other teams from All Over Iowa. Ames not Only has an impressive group of gymnasts from a standpoint of numbers they have some outstanding individuals. Defending Champion Connie Israel will to Back to defend her title in the senior girls All around Competition As will Beth Stone in the Junior girls All around. Two outstanding boys on the Ames team include John Craig in the Junior boys division and Joel Wilcox in the senior boys division in the Novice boys division Mark Fulkman and Paul Stone will also compete tor Ames. Peg Mickle is the other entry in the senior girls division. Junior girls in the Junior girls division Sherrie Moothart Margaret Newton. Connie Birdsall Kathy Kavanaugh Maren Stafford Martha Peterson and Jan Tuttle will represent Ames. In the Novice girls division Andrea Crudele Darsi Clem. Bonnie Gagnier. Tracy Nowlin. Susan Smith Kelly Gray Carol Birdsall. Cheryl Dixson. Karen Willham Roxanne Marks. Carolyn Grange and Barbara Sibley will represent the Ames gymnastics club. Interest in gymnastics at All Levels has been grow ing rapidly in Iowa and this will give fans As Well As competitors an Opportunity to see just How the sport is grow ing and to see How the level of performances have been steadily improving. Contact coach Gagnier Cyclone gym Nastiest coached Gagnier will be in charge of the meet. He will be glad to answer any and All questions about gymnastics when the meet is Over. Heart of Iowa Grid stars Jewell a an Iowa girls High school athletic Union basketball clinic will be Heid at the South Hamilton Community High school saturday nov. 15. The clinic is one of seven being sponsored by the in Esau around the state from nov. 8-22. Last year South Hamilton hosted the clinic for the first time and it was Well attended drawing Praise from around the state for the general excellence of the program. The clinic is split into two sessions the afternoon lecture sessions and two regulation length games in the evening which this year has Rockwell City facing Ogden at 7 . And South Hamilton meeting Roland Story at 8 30 . Public invited the South Hamilton coaching staff emphasizes that the clinic is open to the Public. Coaches players officials and fans May attend the afternoon sessions free of charge starting at 2 . There will be admission charge for adults and students for the evening games. The South Hamilton gymnasium has the capacity to handle 2,200 fans. Some of the top names in girls basketball coaching circles Are slated to speak in the afternoon. Bill Hennessy of Roland Story will discuss a teaching shooting techniques John Kean of Ogden will speak on a methods to achieve continuity to your offence a Bud Legg assistant girls basketball coach at South Hamilton will discuss a the role of an assistant Dick Preston of Ringsted and Ron Jurgens of Burt both registered officials will talk on a the officials Point of View Dick Rasmussen of South Hamilton will discuss a adjusting your defense to your personnel and the opponents offence a and Lou Paulsen of Rockwell City will speak on Quot preparing for the opener what to the evening games could be thrillers. Rockwell City and Ogden each have veterans Back from teams that were rated last year and noted for their offensive drive. Rockwell City a Wildca tettes w Ere ranged second in the final listings of the top Twenty and had the states second most potent offence with an 87-Point average. Ogden was listed 16th in the final poll and had the states seventh most Active offence with an 80.3 average. South Hamilton 15-10 last year by virtue of a Strong finish winning 12 of their last 15, could be the dark horse in Central Iowa this Winter. Roland Story on the other hand is in their first year As a consolidated school District a tact which undoubtedly will Aid the development of their total athletic program. Rockwell City lost three girls from a 21-3 team which got As far As the quarterfinals of the state tourney last year after a fourth place finish the year before. Gone Are the spark plugs of the Forward court Donna Kleemer and play maker Jane Haub along with Jean Bartels a guard. But it is what a Back that counts and the Wildca tettes have three possible All state candidates. Returning All Stater Anne Heideman 5�?T8�?� senior Sharpshooter has already won All state laurels in the past averaging 36.7 Points per game last season. Senior guards Sherry Johnson and Shona Bohbrink each stand 5�?T7�?� and Are known for their aggressiveness and rebounding. Ogden in the past three years has developed into one of Central Iowa a finest sextet under the leadership of coach John Kean. The bulldogs Are 47-17 Over the last three seasons including a 22-4 Mark last year. After tying for the West Central conference title the Ogden gals stayed in the tourney running until the finals of the District when Guthrie Center bumped them out. Ogden vets Are Back this season could be the bulldogs year As they lost Only one starter from last years team. Claudia Paulson 5�?T7�?� senior carries a 33-Point average from last season and leads the Power packed netters which include Rozann Hasstedt with a 27-Point average and Linda Davidson with a ten Point Mark. Becky Zenor 5�?T9�?� senior guard Heads the Back court which Hopes to improve on a 57-Point defensive average. Mores Janet Gregg Jane Michaelson and sue Hennessy. Pegg Eggland Carol Birke land Paula Christian Sigrid Tje Magel Tam Eggland and to Hoversten appear to be the leading candidates in the guard court. Hawk ettes South Hamilton lost their top four guards and one starting Forward from last years 15-10 club which lost in the finals of the District to Rockwell City. So coach Dick Rasmussen feels that this years Success will depend on a combination of the guards getting experience quickly and the Forward court jelling in time for the important conference and tournament Denice Berry and Delene Hanson both seniors and three year letter winners Are the Only returning regulars. Miss Berry a six footer was the team s leading scorer last year with a 22.5 average getting Over 30 Points per game in the last ten contests. Miss Hanson 5�?T9�?�, averaged 14 and established herself As a Fine passer and outside threat. Angie Tyler a 5�?T6�?� Junior who saw some varsity action last year has the inside track on the third Forward position which is also being battled for by juniors Deb Nelson and Rita Fortune and Sophomore Kathy Lutjen. Defensively the Hawk ettes possess a combination of size and Speed. Deb Lutjen Ruth Hill and Marilyn Berg Are 5�?T10�?� seniors while Janet Ostebee 5�?T6�?� senior and 5�?T4�?� Junior Terry Claude lend their quickness to a usually Tough guard court. Iowa River Valley conference All conference football �?1969 offence Center Karl Ostrem 175, sr., Radcliffe. Guards John Brinkmeyer 165, sr., Hubbard Rick Vangerpen 155, sr., Dows. Tackles John Kix 175, sr., Hubbard Mike Raske 190, sr., Radcliffe. Ends Don Ritland 170. Sr., Radcliffe Rick Jones 178, sr., Nesco. Utility lineman Tom Stolee 185, sr., Radcliffe. Backs Stev Britson 165, sr., Radcliffe Gary Cutler 160, jr., Radcliffe Allan Lumpkins 175, sr., Gilbert Scott Abbott 140, sr., Alden Jim Uschkrat 175, sr., Hubbard. Defense linemen Steve Lounsberry 198, sr., Nesco Mike Clark 200, sr., Gilbert Gary Swenson 185, sr., Radcliffe Jon Topp 185, sr., Radcliffe George Horning,�45, sr., Hubbard Bernie me Nike 180, jr., Dows Denny Dillon 145, sr., Alden Dave Varner 190, jr., Gilbert. Backs John Matson 150, sr., Dows Steve Cia user 165, sr.,Gilbert John Johnson 165, sr., Gilbert Wayne Hornung 155, sr., Hubbard Dean Eide 150, jr., Radcliffe. Honorable mention Alden Bruce Moore Greg Huebner Dows Gene Jones Dan Vandervort Gilbert Jim Loonan Marty Clague Hubbard Don Skellenger Roger Granner Nesco Ralph Hill Scott Jones Northeast Hamilton Bob Kline Jim Evans Radcliffe Kim Hyland Dave Thompson Union Whitten Terry Steinfeldt Dwight Mcdonald. Browns Nelsen Battle Vikings Roland Story Bill Hennessy at Roland Story has his work Cut out for him As he will be selecting his squad from among 42 hopefuls As the norsemen Start their initial season. Coach Hennessy a Roland team went 17-7 last year while Story City won six of 19. He has five letter winners returning from Roland and four More from Story City to form a sound nucleus. The respective leading scorers from both schools have graduated a Roland a Debbie Holen and Story City a Sandy Searl both of whom averaged Over the 30-Point Mark. A pair of 5�?T10�?� gals Are Likely to Pace the norsemen a front court. Kay Britson a Junior has averaged 25-Points per game for the last two seasons but Sharon Nelson a Bright Sophomore Prospect failed to letter As a freshman. The third Forward Slot is being battled for by juniors Rita Coffey Sharlene Hovick and Ruth Lounsberry and Sopho heart of Iowa All conference team offence linemen George Tuttle. Jr., West Marshall Brad wakening or. Nevada Hick Olson. Sr., South Hamilton Wayne Reeck or Johnston Tom Hakes. Sr., Carlisle Kandy Hilleman sr., West Marshall Murl Borts sr., Nevada backs Mick Walker sr., South Hamilton. Sid Tyler jr., Carlisle Doug Thorn sr., West Marshall Mike Sash. Sr., West Marshall Steve Groomes sr., Nevada Sam Johnson sr., West Marshall Mark Tomlinson sr., Ballard. Defense linemen Crai Kohrer. Or. Atm Marshall Steve Mckinney. Soph., North Polk Bernie Draper sr., Johnston John Peno sr., Carlisle kick Young. Or. South Hamilton Bob Klonglan. Or. Ballard. Backs Charles keen. Sr., Ballard Larry Baker. Sr., Nevada kick Howe or West Marshall Kon Peno or. Carlisle Dale Jans. Or. South Hamilton Steve Mott sr., Carlisle Dan Henderson. Sr., North Polk Dave Phipps sr., Johnston. Aba Cage standings by United press International honorable mention Mike Wilson sr., South Hamilton Dave Kreutner sr., South Hamilton Denny Lewiston jr., South Hamilton Gary Fjelland jr., Ballard Dan Harker or. Ballard Paul Larson jr., Ballard Bob Finley jr., Johnston Kandy Clarkson sr., Johnston Dennis Barton sr., North Polk Rich Harris. Or North Polk Stan Gray jr., West Marshall Lee Jennet sr., West Marshall Gary Gray or. West Marshall Dave Russel sr., Carlisle Steve Kiloton. Sr., Carlisle Mark Randleman jr., Carlisle Jim Fitzgerald soph., Carlisle Darrell Oakland sr., Nevada Dave Book sr., Nevada. Chiefs favored Over chargers Aba Cage standings by United press International East East w. L. Pct. Go Indiana 8 i .889 Kentucky 7 3 .700 in Pittsburgh 5 3 .625 2 a Carolina 6 5 .545 3 new York 3 7 .300 s i Miami 3 7 300 5 a West w. L. Pct go Dallas 7 5 583 los Angeles 6 5 .545 a new Orleans 6 6 .500 i Washington 5 6 455 i a Denver 2 to .167 5 w. L. Pct. Go new York 13 i .929 Baltimore 7 5 .583 5 Milwaukee 6 5 545 s i Philadelphia 5 5 .500 6 Detroit 4 5 .444 6 i Boston 3 6 .333 7 a Cincinnati 4 West 8 .333 8 w. L. Pct. Go Atlanta 8 3 .727 san Francisco 6 3 .667 a los Angeles 5 4 556 in Chicago 5 5 .500 2 Phoenix 4 6 .400 3 Seattle 2 8 200 5 san Diego i 9 too 6 Friday s results Indiana 1 8 new York 108 Carolina 105 Denver 104 new Orleans 101 Dallas 98 los Angeles 124 Pittsburgh 111 saturday s games Miami at Washington Pittsburgh at Dallas a Denver is. Indiana Anderson and. Friday s results Baltimore 126 Seattle 112 san Francisco 111 Boston 110 Detroit 134 Phila 128 double overtime new York 129 san Diego 111 Phoenix 122 los Angeles 120 plans finalized new York up a National basketball association commissioner Walter Kennedy said thursday that plans for expanding the league to 16 teams next season probably will be finalized at a meeting in Chicago Early in december. The expansion committee first met june 4-5 of this year and the Chicago meeting will report on its Progress since that time. By Fred up sports writer the san Diego chargers May have had it. Two weeks ago the chargers were in a three Way Battle with the Kansas City chiefs and the Oakland raiders for first place buccaneers top chaps 101-98 Aba Roundup by United press International the new Orleans buccaneers have served notice on the Dallas Chaparral that there la tx1 no runaway race in the Western division of the american basketball association. The buccaneers made the Point Friday night when they beat the chaps 101-98, for their fourth straight Victory. The bucs have a 6-6 record compared to the first place chaps 7-5 Mark. James Jones scored 44 Points Austin Robbins had 17 and Gerald Govan tossed in 12 for the bucs while Glen Combs had 31 for the chaps. Five players scored in double figures As the Indiana pacers deleted the new York nes 118-108. Mel Daniels had 27 Points and Bob Netolicky 26 for the winners while Les Hunter had 21 tor the nets. Guard Ron Perry came off the Bench with 2 30 left in the tinal period and popped in nine Quick Points to give the Carolina cougars a 105-104 win Over the Denver rockets. Spencer Haywood the United states olympic Star continued us line work for the rockets with 30 Points. Bill Mcgill scored 23 Points and Rookie Willie Wise had 15 Points and 17 rebounds leading the los Angeles stars to a 124-111 decision Over the Pittsburgh pipers. Chico Vaughn had 24 tor the pipers. In the american football leagues Western division but now the chargers Are on the Brink of elimination from even a play Oil spot. One More loss should end All Hopes the chargers have of making second place. Another setback would be their fifth and neither Kansas City 7-1 nor Oakland 6-1-1 figures to lose Lour More games. The chiefs who took Over first place in the Western division last weekend have been made 13-Point choices Over die chargers sunday and with Good reason. Kansas City leads the league in practically every defensive category and has also scored More Points 215 than any other team in the league. San Diego on the other hand Lias scored Only 12 Points total in its last two games. The chargers were shutout for the first time since 1961 by Denver last sunday and in that game the team set negative club records for total offence 70 Yards and passing offence 20 Yards. In other sunday action Denver visits Oakland Buffalo is at new York Cincinnati at Houston and Miami at Boston. Oakland dropped to second place in the Western division by losing to Cincinnati last sunday but the raiders Are 10-Point choices to Bounce Back this weekend. With the jets expected to win Houston can not afford to blow its game with Cincinnati. The oilers have been made a six Point Chole but Cincinnati is still keyed up following last week s Victory Over Oakland. The Boston Miami game could turn into the most exciting game of the Day. The patriots won tor the first time last weekend and Are finally learning the intricacies of coach Clive rushes offence. Miami lost a Tough one to the jets its fifth loss by seven Points or less this season and the dolphins seem ready to break Loose. Huskers Stop Isu Frosh Grinders 20-7 Lincoln neb. Up a touchdowns on two Yard runs by halfback John Rogers and Bill Olds and a pair of Field goals by Daryl White gave the Nebraska freshman football team a 20-7 win Over the Iowa state Frosh Friday. The cyclones Only touchdown came on a 30-Yard pass from the quarterback George Amundson to Wingback Dave Mccurry late in the fourth Quarter. Rogers scored the opening Nebraska touchdown in the first Quarter and White made the conversion. The Cor huskers led 13-0 at the half after White booted his two Field goals one of 21 Yards and the second 32 Yards in the second Quarter. Olds touchdown came with 38 seconds left in the game. Nebraska had a net gain of 236 Yards Rushing to Only 7 for Low state. However the cyclones made More yardage than the huskers on passes�?198 to 119 Yards. Lakers lose Wilt for two months Aba Roundup by United press International the los Angeles lakers depending Western division champions of the National basketball association faced the Prospect today of playing without super Star Wilt Chamberlain for at least two months. Chamberlain who has averaged 34 Points a game during a 10-year pro career suffered a torn Tendon in his right knee Cap during a 122-120 loss to the Phoenix suns Friday night and was scheduled to undergo surgery saturday. It was the first serious injury suffered by Chamberlain a 7-loot, 1-Inch, 275-Pounder who is often called the strongest Man in sports. Chamberlain left the game with 4 45 remaining in the third period after scoring 33 Points and taking Down 15 rebounds after which the suns went on to beat the lakers for the first time in seven tries. Sex Laker Gail Goodrich led the suns with 37 Points and Connie Hawkins added 21. The new York knickerbockers swept to their eighth straight Victory and 13th in 14 games when they beat the san Diego rockets 129-111. Willis Reed scored 26 Points and Walt Frazier had 22 for the kicks. Elvin Hayes had 25 and Stu Lantz 23 for the rockets. Earl Monroe scored 25 Points and Jack Marin 23 As the Baltimore bullets beat the Seattle supersonics 126-112, for their third straight win. Bob Rule led Seattle with 29. Terry Dischinger a Layup and Howard Komives free throw put the Detroit pistons ahead in the second overtime period of a 134-128 Victory Over the Philadelphia 76ers and Jerry Lucas Dunk shot enabled the san Francisco warriors to Down the Boston celtics Hilo in other Aba games. By Vito Stelling up sports writer Bill Nelsen will need time sunday and the Cleveland Browns offensive line Hopes to give it to him. Sunday the Browns will face the Minnesota Vikings and the Browns offensive line will face a Stern test since the Viking defensive line of Carl Eller Alan Page Jim Marshall and Gary Larsen is being heralded As the Best in pro football. The Viking secondary of Earsell Mackbee Bobby Bryant Paul Krause and Karl Kassulke is not one of the Best in the league but has made la interceptions linebacker Lonnie Warwick also has two mainly because of the excellent pass Rush from the front four. If Cleveland can contain this Rush and give Nelsen time to throw to his talented receivers Gary Collins Paul Warfield and Milt Morin he May guide the Browns to an upset even though they re a touchdown underdog. But the Vikings have the Best pass defense in the league statistically and Nelsen May not get enough time. Of course the Vikings will watch the Browns running game since they have two of the leagues top runners in Leroy Kelly and Ron Johnson. Elsewhere in the nil los Angeles hosts san Francisco Green Bay is at Baltimore Dallas hosts new Orleans new York is at St. Louis Pittsburgh is at Chicago Philadelphia is at Washington and Atlanta is at Detroit. Cyclone hopeful we Dennis Mcguire of the r cyclones is one of th�., favourites for the individual title in the big eight com. A Ference Cross country title h today at Manhattan Kansas. The determined of Mijc a has been undefeated in two f years of dual meet Competition at Isu and Wilt of going All out for the conference title. If the rest of the team can stay close t9 him the cyclones will have an excellent Chance of finishing in the first division 1 of the conference. Tribune photo by Vince Coyle a j Mil scores the Green Bay Baltimore game is a significant test for both clubs. Green Bay Only a game behind Minnesota needs a Victory to stay in the midst of the Central division race. Baltimore three games behind los Angeles is probably already out of the coastal division Chase but the Colts need a Victory for their self respect after losing three of their first seven games. The Colts trounced Washington last week Atter coach Don Shula Shook up the line. The other games Are expected to be lopsided or done to have any effect on the standings. Los Angeles and Dallas should remain in first place in their respective divisions with victories Over san Francisco and new Orleans. Kuhn Heads baseball delegation to Vietnam san Francisco up a Quot colonels a Bowie Kuhn Joe Dimaggio Ron Swoboda Milt Pappas and Jim a a mudcat Grant Are carrying a bit of baseball to . Fighting troops in Vietnam. Baseball commissioner Kuhn headed the Tive Man contingent which left Travis air Force base North of Here Early today tor the 19-hour flight to South Vietnam. All of them were made a Courtesy colonels by the armed services so they could be Given immediate Access to combat zones. They will talk baseball sign autographs show movies of the world series and hand out autographed baseballs pictures and Caps. A it should be quite an adventure a a said Kuhn of the weekend sports summary by United press International Flayer Protection Auckland new zealand up a golfers Gary player and Bob Charles will be guarded by police dogs when they play in an International match at Hutt Golf club. Uso sponsored tour. A i am extremely pleased that the american soldiers overseas have maintained such enthusiasm tor in addition Kuhn said a a in a going to scout the area for my 17-year-old son George who May come Over Here this Marks the first trip to Vietnam tor Kuhn Pappas and Grant. Dimaggio executive vice president of the Oakland athletics and recently voted the a greatest living player a is making his third trip to the War zone and Swoboda his second. A a it a great to go Back Over there a Winner a a said Swoboda the Stocky outfielder of the world Champion new York mets. A we plan to spread a Little Good will and show the boys someone outfielder Reggie Jackson of the Oakland a a was scheduled to make the trip but had to cancel out at the last moment because of personal problems. Minnesota Frosh top Iowa 21-14 miss Heldman in finals Torquay England up american Julie Heldman advanced into the finals International Tennis tournament Friday when she upset Wimbledon Champion Ann Jones 6-3, 6-4. Harvard wins new York up a Harvard won the 31st annual Hept atonal Cross country championship for the third straight year Friday when it Defeated Penn 21-66. Bowling tourney Akron Ohio up the professional bowlers association will conduct 13 tournaments during the Winter Worth $900,000 in prize Money to the worlds top bowlers. Back in lineup St. Louis up a Joe Schmiesing defensive lineman was reactivated Friday by the St. Louis cardinals in time for sundays game with the new York giants. Iowa City up a George Honza scored one touchdown and gained 94 years Rushing to Pace the Minnesota freshmen to a 21-14 Victory Over the Iowa freshmen on Friday. Tim Alderson opened the gophers scoring in the first Quarter on a 15 Yard run with Ken Kephart scoring i the second period on a 26 Yard pass from Mike Cadwell for a 14-0 advantage at the half. The Iowa freshmen scored first in the second half on a 62 Yard scramble by Dave Harris in the third period with Charles Cross scoring in the fourth period on a pass from Frank Sunderman covering 83 Yards. Honza closed out the Minnesota scoring in the final period with a i Yard run. The gophers gained 320 Yards Rushing while Iowa gained 234 Yards with Jeff Elgin the leading rusher with 136 Yards on 21 carries. . Department of agriculture inspectors refused entry of 33,000 pounds of Boneless beef due to contamination in 1968. Iowa prep football scores by United press International Waterloo East 32 Waterloo West 23 % Indianola 55 West Des Moines Quot. Valley 14 Des Moines Roosevelt 28-Marshalltown 28 tie Cedar rapids Jefferson >n26>. Davenport Central 33 t mount pleasant 15 Fairfield 7 Keokuk 50 Mexico to 0 Dyersville Beckman 35, Manchester 18 it Iowa Valley 28 Keota 15 i Rock Island 111 27 Clinton 2\ Brooklyn by a 20 North English 14 Belle Plaine 44 Sigourney 12 Keosauqua Van Buren .�?~30 Packwood Pekin 6 Washington 18 Muscatine 16 Iowa City a High 22 Ottumwa 0 Newton 41 Grinnell 18 Cedar Falls 42 Waterloo Columbus 14 Linn mar 26 Springville 6 Montezuma 28 Victor he a 6 Bettendorf 34 Rock Island 111 Alleman 6 Davis county 34 Eldon car clonal 20 Quot Sioux City Heelan 20 Dubuque Wahlert 18 it i a Ames 22 Webster City 21 jul Lemars Gehlen 16 Moville Woodbury Central 0 a it Glidden Ralston 38 Carroll 12 Manning 16 a we a 0 Albia 22 Centerville 22 tie a a a a Atlantic 34 Harlan 28 Clarke Osceola 20 Central Decatur 0 _ Guthrie Center 38 Greenfield 14 Clarinda 30 Council Bluffs St. Albert 16 r Creston 38 mount Ayr 14 Council Bluffs Lewis Central 52 Glenwood 18 red Oak 42 Audubon 0 Adair Casey 8 Oakland 8 tie Walnut 36 Menlo 0 Neola tri Center 20 Avo a Griswold 6 Exira 6 tie Elkhorn 66 Council Bluffs Iowa school for the deaf 0 Irwin 26 Dow City 0 West Harrison 34 Logan Magnolia 12 Tabor Fremont Mills 12 Tabor Fremont Mills 13 Sidney 0 Denison 40 Missouri Valley .8 Cumberland Massena 20 la a Cumberland Massena 20 Lenox 6 fort Dodge 36, Humboldt the first crossword up Zajf Book was published on nov. 5, 1924, in new York Sci Leon Trade me Elvin Hayee of the san Diego rockets my told general manager Pete Newell that he is ready to by traded. Hayes says he is unhappy about the Way the team is losing and the fact that he is being blamed for it. The rockets Are 1-8 id Aba play. Up telephoto

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