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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 4b High Point Enterprise tuesday january la 1972 ii Myca scoreboard results american league clippers 17 saints 12 High scorer t. Wright 6, r. Terrell 4 celtics is bullets to High scorer s Hancock 9. D. Gayle 4 Falcons 17, comets 12 High scorer b Robinson 5, p peace 9 oilers 17, Dukes 6 High scorer r. Kornegay 4, p. Dixon Colts 21, pistons 1 High scorer d. Moore 12, i. Sapp 2 lakers 30, warriors 19 High scorer r. Tucker 19, a White to National league nationals 14, cats 13 High scorer j. Culler 7, l Hurley 4 deacons is tigers 14 High scorer h. Bennett 4, s. Warner braves 39, Hawks is High scorer s Mitchell 30, j. Joyce 7 Mustangs 17, kicks 13 High scorer t. Hutson 9, s. Hethcox panthers 17, redskins la High scorer k. Carrick 5, g Culler 6 rams 12, eagles to High scorer w Kuhn 4, d. Sloan 0 results american league eagles la. Bullets to h go scorer d Sloan 4, d Gayle a saints 20, Colts is High scorer b Levine 7, t re Den Hou 4 clippers 23, Falcons la High scorer l Morakis 7, r Sawyer 4 rams 20, comets 13 High scorer d Shaws 4, p peace 4 Dukes 9, pistons i High scorer t her h. Froesch 4 be t is 21, oilers 4 High scorer k. Kearns 9, c. Davis 3 National league lakers 22, panthers is h go scorer r. Tucker 14, k Carrick 5 tigers la warriors 14 h go scorer t kno 4, a White braves 31. Redskin 14 High scorer j. Mitchell 13 g Culler 9 deacons la kicks 17 High scorer t Amos 4. T Mikel to National 30, Hawks 21 h go scorer k. Allred Rankin 4 cats 27, Mustangs 14 h go scorer t Burris 9, t Pratt 4 american league standings celtics a oilers 4 1 saints 4 i Colts Falcon eagles Dukes rams Comet Quot p Stool bullets Archer flails his Way to Victory los Angeles apr you know a Tommy Aaron mused in characteristically thoughtful soft spoken fashion a a it a almost impossible for George Archer to make a Tommy was standing in the fifth Fairway while Archer was flailing away in the Woods in their 18-Hole playoff with Dave Hill for the title in the Glen Campbell los Angeles open Golf tournament. He was right. Archer a 6-foot-6 former ranch hand from Gilroy. Calif., College made a Miracle Par on the fifth then clinched it All with a fantastic Chip shot that saved Par on the 17th Hole and went on to a two stroke Victory in Tho fight for the $25,000 first i prize Archer shot a five under Par 66 in the playoff round while Aaron and Hill each had a 68 in the mild sunny weather that bathed the 6,823-Yard Rancho Park Golf course and the extra Day crowd of about 4,000 who came out to set the three tour tested veterans. Aaron and Hill each 34 and each a dozen or More years on the pro tour took Home $11,575 apiece from the total purse of $125,000 in the traditional open ing event on the Long pro tour but it was big George All the Way. The and Hill both hit it stiff on the first Hole and birdied but George took the Lead when the slim intense Hill bogeyed the second Hole and Archer led the i rest of the Way. Aaron and Hill each had a shot at him but Aaron was betrayed by four Short putts that drop and Dave keep it All together finishing with six birdies and three bogies. The former masters Cham a on who had six birdies pointed to two Tough pars As the keys. The fifth was one where he hit a terrible drive had to play j his second Down an adjacent1 Fairway then had 160 Yards for a third shot. He hit it 15 feet from the pin and rolled in the putt for a Par 4. And the 17th, a Long Par three was the other one. Archer held a two stroke Lead at the time but hit his tee shot to the left the Ball trickling Down a Little Hill some 25 Yards from the pin while Aaron put his some Imo feet below the cup. Archer was faced with a very difficult Chip Over a Little Knoll to a slanting Green. He made the delicate shot brilliantly running the Ball about six feet by the Hole and sinking the putt coming Back. Basketball Andrews tops National league Bevet nation cats a nth must Deer or next weeks schedule deacons is. Ca celtics Taw kit it Mustangs rams is i redskins. Corals pm no or Colts is Knacks. Eagles is lakers Dukes is 7 of Narwal is clippers 7 47 Bav a v Falcons i 30 warriors oilers 9 is tigers Vyca girls basketball Chicks 17, stars is High scorer Meisky 7, Cooie. Green Pierce 4 jets la jills 5 High scorer my att 7 Shower 4 standings w l jets 4 a stars 7 2 Chicks jills 0 4 a a a Guilford Streak goes out window by the associated press Guilford no longer has its 19-game Home court winning Streak. And it no longer has much Chance of taking the Carolinas conference regular season basketball champions the quakers dropped an 83-76 decision to Lenoir Rhyne Mon Day night leaving them 4-3 in the conference this season and 6-4 for the year. The win left Lenoir Rhyne with a 5-1 league Mark tied with defending Champion Elon for second place a game behind Catawba. Also monday night Fayetteville state beat Atlantic Christian. 119-104, As Cliff Black set a school career scoring record for the losers. Elon kept Pace with Lenoir Rhyne with an 84-62 win Over Pfeiffer. By the associated Prest East Niagara 76, Long Island 70 Pill 91, Vav. Virginia 76 Providence 76, Villanova 69 Colby 77. Worcester poly 66 Wesleyan 64, coast guard 48 Gettysburg 103, Juniata 77 Delaware 103, Bryant 83 South Lenoir Rhyne 83, Guilford 76 Kentucky 104, miss. St. 76 Tennessee 73, miss. 70 Maryland 49. Wake Forest 46 old Dominion 96. Vii 82 Tulane 67. The Citadel 61 Auburn 99, Georgia 93 Oral Roberts 102. E by % Vanderbilt 104, Florida 87 so la. 101. New la 88 Fayetteville state 119, Atlantic Christian 104 Jacksonville 95, e Tenn 75 Louisiana tech 114. Mcneese 90 Alabama at leu Ppd Morehead St 104. 111. St. 94 Midwest Nebraska 77, Oklahoma 70 North. 111. 93. No Loyola 79 Wichita St. 71, Chi. Loyola 57 Creighton 77. San Diego u. 62 88. South. Ill it Arlington 87, Butler 82, of Southwest okla. City 97. Sum 88 Hawaii 84. Rice 65 Tarleton St. 85, e Tex. St. 82 Sam Houston 93. Sui Ross 61 Texas a amp i 89, Mcmurry 87 far West none Eagle in fog Santee Calif. I api the fug was so dense Mario Sec Cani could t see the Green when he slammed the Ball with a four Wood sunday on the third tee of Carlton Oaks country club. But two other golfers verified the 204-Yard shot As a Hole in one. Junior High scoreboard 9th Grade Jamestown 47, Northwest guilt Ord 43 leading scorers Danny Craddick 12 Jdennis Cole 24 in 7th i 8th Grade Jamestown 38, Northwest Guilford 17 leading scorers John Turner to Roger Hodge to Barry lining to t j it and tied for Northwest were j. Matthews 4, a Tuggle 4. And a. King 4. We Dent just ask Tor thing 0�m�ttfc a she wants to rent a horse for a couple of hours the rental Mart has Over 5000 items for Home and business. Renting saves you can rent practically anything from the rental mart2001 n. Main St. Pm. 885-4823 Reidsville the Andrews High wrestling team posted its sixth straight Victory monday night defeating Reidsville 48-19. The raiders Are now 7-2 for the season and will Host Morehead thursday night. In the rather easy Victory Over Reidsville the following members of the Andrews team scored pins against their opponents David Dozier by Waihee Gregory Davis Curtis Wilton Steve Hubbard David Campbell and Garry obis. Scoring wins by decision were Larry Murvin and Chuck Ledford. Murvin won by 13-4 and Ledford by 6-3. Tigers madmen stay undefeated Jamestown Ragsdale tigers remain undefeated in wrestling Competition after winning the match against Northeast Guilford monday night the score was 36-23. Jeff Curtis. Mark Morgan. Lorenzo Chapman and David Hicks won on pins for Ragsdale while Martin Eakes John Watkins Prince Deese and Eugene Cason won in decisions. Ragsdale posts a 4-0 record and will meet Eastern Alamance away thursday night. A Ai by Amma top four teams hold positions by the associated press after wiping out the state of Oregon Urcla cleaned up in the College basketball polls. The Bruins who trimmed both Oregon state and Oregon Over the weekend continue to ride High wide and handsome As the nations no. I team today. A nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters doled out 39 of 41 first place ballots to Urcla and fattened the Bruins Point margin Over runner up Marquette. The Bruins who led the warriors by 22 Points last week. Accumulated a Point margin this time�?816 to 720 Marquette which Defeated no. 4 South Carolina Over the week end got the other first place ballots and maintained a Strong grip on no. 2. 1. Urcla 39 10-0 816 2. Marquette 2 10-0 720 3. N. Carolina 91 630 4. S. Carolina 7-2 432 5. Louisville 9-1 409 6. Pennsylvania 9-1 403 7. Long Beach St. 12-1 322 8. Virginia 11-0 320 9. Ohio state 9-2 247 10. Csc 9-2 239 11. Villanova 10-1 167 12 Florida St. 11-2 98 13. So Louisiana 8-1 92 14. By 10-2 77 15. Kentucky 8-2 69 16 Illinois 9-1 65 17. Indiana 8-3 63 18. Missouri 11-1 50 19. Hawaii 10-1 49 prep schedule tonight s games is Reynolds at he Central North Forsyth at he Andrews Ragsdale at Graham Randleman at Trinity East Randolph at Ledford Eastern Alamance at Northwest Guilford Allen Jay at Stoneville Southern Guilford at Western Guilford Southwest Randolph at Central Davidson West Davidson at East Davidson Lexington at Statesville s a closed a miday wed., Jan. 12th. To prepare for our Semi annual furnishings Sale Sale begins thurs. Morn. At to . In door busting quitting business All boys shirts a Price All men s shirts Price shoes proffers priced As marked. 1000 s of other store wide bargains All walking shorts swim suits Reg. To 8. 99c in of Reg. To �2�?�pr. All belts $2 a a j Reg. 1� �?T18 Jas baseball amp track shoes s3.99�?z Reg. To >21.95 All push Button credit card sectors Fig 99c by Swank special group men s amp boys pants Ait. S4.99 others priced As marked suits save 30%-40%-50% All plainly Sale priced. Ellis inc. Men s amp boys clothing store phone 919-883-6647 144 s. Wrenn West across the Street from Sears parking lot. Westchester mall i

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