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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 13, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Basketball scores Elizabeth City St., . 75. . Smith Ball St 98. Indiana St 17 St. Franc Maine Host. Thorne Aquina 97 Ohio u. I Toledo 77 to ton col. 57. New Hamp hire 5, overtime Hanover 87, Defiance 68 Allegheny 89, Washington amp Jefferson Barber Miller hold Phoenix open Lead 13 Mississippi 69, Tennessee 57 Mars Hill 78. Western Carolina 76 Lenoir Rhyne 47, Atlantic Christian 61 a. Tech 87. Newberry 75 North Carolina 87, Virginia to Michigan 66. Minnesota 65 . State 96, Clemson 68. Berry 77, a. Southwestern 67 Randolph Macon 70, Hampden Sydney is Belmont Abbey 79, Livingstone 63 notre Dame 87, Xavier Ohio 44 Indiana 57, Wisconsin St c Wesleyan 111, Atlanta Christian 55 Lockhaven 56, Cal St. Col 44 Penn 55, Harvard 53 Urcla 66, Stanford 57 leu 84. Vanderbilt i Wilmington 88. Pfeiffer 71 Princeton 67, oar Mouth 49 Alabama is miss. St. 68 Davidson 91, Furman 76 s c. State 84. N c. Central la Georgia 75, Florida 71 Guilford 64, Pembroke St. 43 greensboro97. N. C. Wesleyan 73 Norfolk St 84. Winston Salem St. 78 appalachian 90. Citadel 78 wrestling West Chester St. 30, appalachian 9 Aba Memphis 105, san Antonio 101 Phoenix. Ariz. A Johnny Miller who won in cold and rain last week fashioned a five under Par 66 in Bright warm Sunshine saturday and moved into a share of the third round Lead in the $150,000 Phoenix open Golf tournament. Miller the current . Open Champion had a 54-Hole total of 204 and was tied at that Fig ure nine under Par on the 6,-709-Yard Phoenix country club course with balding Veteran Miller Barber. The 42-year-old Barber managed a 67 despite a double bogey five when his tee shot found one of the new lakes on the 15th Hole. John Mahaffey lurked Only one stroke off the leaders Pace Davidson beats Furman 91-76 Virginia 117, Denver 94 Warfield from Page in will not be fat from Success and overconfidence. A we have won one super bowl and we want to win two. Personally i want to bring my record up to 2-2. We will have the the Stocky pleasant Shula a disciplinarian of the old Vince Lombardi Stripe but with warmer human qualities was coach of the heavily favored Baltimore Colts who lost to Joe Namath and the new York jets 16-7 in 1971. His dolphins bowed to Dallas 24-3 in 1972 but last year beat Washington 14-7. This Marks the second super bowl appearance for Grant a tall Gray haired Gridiron professor out of the Canadian leagues whose Vikings were upset by Kansas City 23-7 in 1970. A this is a better team a Grant said. A we have about half of our 1970 personnel still playing which gives us maturity but i feel we Are improved in several areas. A the last few super bowl games have been conservative close to the Vest affairs for various reasons. I think both teams will take a different approach this time. I know we will. And i expect Miami to come out muscle from Page in was different today. Its a five each. All totalled it left Clemson with 38 turnovers a a in a very pleased with this Sloan noted. A i thought we came together emotionally in this game. The Guys have been having Tough Ball games and struggling at times but it Wes different today. It s a much different feeling when you get into conference play and each game Means something. I was glad to see them come Sloan added that the contest was certainly the roughest the Wolf pack has been in this season but stressed that tomorrow s contest with third ranked Maryland Wasny to a Factor. A we weren to going to Overlook Clemson. They re a much better team than that final score indicated. When they lost be Finger it undoubtedly Hurt them because he a a Fine Ball Locke agreed with that. A it definitely Hurt us but not As much As their press or at least the things the officials allowed their press to do a he shrugged. A a they be got a better basketball team than we do state shot 53.4 per cent for the game while Clemson hit on 45.8 per cent of its shots. Rebounding was fairly close state holding the Edge 40-32, led by Nucey a seven and six each from Thompson and Burleson. Clemson a 7-1 freshman Center Wayne a a tree Rollins led the tigers with eight and also collected nine Points. A i was surprised that Rollins could score Over Burleson a Sloan admitted. A i want to study the films and see what the Victory lifted the Wolf pack acc record to 1-0 and season Mark to 8-1. Clemson completing a three game meat grinder schedule that also included Maryland and fifth ranked North Carolina is now 0-3 in the acc and 7-5 for the year. Greenville s c. A Davidson a 62 per cent shooting average was too much for Furman saturday night and the North Carolina visitors won the Southern conference basketball contest. 91-76 Larry Horowitz and Mike Sorrentino each with 20 Points spurred Davidson to the Victory. The loss dropped Furman to 3-1 in the conference in which it had been in a first place tie with the Citadel. Furman out rebounded Davidson by a wide margin As Fessor Leonard and Clvde Mayes each snared 13 of their teams 46. Davidson managed to get Only 29 rebounds to second place. But a 36 6 per cent shooting percentage was Furman a undoing although it stayed close on the scoreboard until the final six minutes Davidson then surged ahead by getting numerous one and one chances at the free throw line and making most of them. The game left Furman 8-3 for the season while Davidson is 7-5 Overall and 23 in the Loop. Gamecocks turn Back Manhattan by 75-61 Columbia apr South Carolina capitalized on one and one free throws in the late stages to take a 75-61 intersection Al basketball Victory against Manhattan. The 15th ranked South Carolina team was led by Brian Winters senior guard who hit 13 of 14 from the foul line in getting a total of 23 Points. Most of his Charity Points came in the closing minutes. South Carolina an Independent is now 9-2 for the season while Manhattan dropped to 7-4. When Manhattan shooting Well tied up the game just before the half coach Frank Mcguire switched the South Carolina zone defense to a Man to Man. That enabled his team to go to the locker room with a 42-31 halftime advantage. The team stayed in the zone for the rest of the game. Bill Campion led Manhattan a rebounding Effort with 16, whle Mike Young was top scorer for the visitors with 16. South Carolina hit 42 per cent of its floor shots to Manhattan a 38 per cent and got 42 rebounds to 35 for the visitors. After a 66 gave him a 205 total. Veteran Gene Littler and six others were tied for third at 207, just three strokes Back going into the last 18 holes of the Chase for a $30,000 first prize. Littler who capped his comeback from cancer with a Victory at St. Louis last year took advantage of a he near perfect playing conditions to forge a 65. He was tied with Lanny wad Ems Hale Irwin. Jim Colbert Phil Rodgers and Canadian Bern Kern. Kern and Irwin had 67s while Wadkins Rodgers and Colbert posted 69s in the generally Low scoring. Bob Wynn the second round Leader slipped to a 73 and was in a group at 208. Defending Champion Bruce Crampton of Australia and flamboyant Lee Trevino were out of it. They were tied at 217, 13 strokes behind. Each had a 72. Tom Weiskopf failed to qualify for the final two rounds. Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer Are not competing. A i did t hit my Irons As Good As i did the first two Days a Miller said a but i finally got that Good putting round i was looking the lanky Blond needed oily 27 strokes on the greens. He had three birdies in a Row at one stretch holed a pair of 15-footers for birdies and got still another from 20 feet. Miller missed Only one Green the fourth where he got his Only bogey. He had to Birdie the 18th from six feet to stay in a tie with the scrambling Barber. Barber Winner of $100,000 in the Rich world open last fall held the Lead most of the Day but dropped Back when he made the watery double bogey on the 15th. He threw a Short Iron close for a Birdie on the next Hole faltered again with a three putt on the 17th, but dropped a 12-foot Birdie putt on the last Hole to stay in a tie for the top spot. Phoenix. Of it. A third round scores saturday in la 6150 900 Phon it open Coll tournament on the 6 709 Yard. Par-71 Phent country club course Elon from in collecting All 28 of his Points. He led both teams. Collins had 20 for the panthers and Mike Glover 13. Ross from the Baseline with 39 seconds to go. But that served play was so frantic that nobody could get anything the rest of the Way. Ray Coble fired up a Long one for High Point with six seconds to go that Collins rebounded in the Lane and put Back up Only to have it Bounce away As the Horn sounded. In Between the tying Basket and the overtime both teams played for a Good shot missed them made turnovers and missed a free throw. With to seconds left the panthers seemed to have a Fine Opportunity to end it with the Ball at Hal court. Collins made the inbound play but just As he let it go Paul Mattox turned his head and the Ball bounced by him and out of Bounds before he could retrieve it. Elon led 55-44 at the half and gained much of that advantage when Collins and Shaw went to the Bench with three fouls each. Until they left High Point had several leads and ties. More importantly Collins had held the league s leading scorer Ross to Zero Points and had command of the backboards. With Collins out Ross went to work to snap a 21-21 tie and Send Elon into an 11-Point Lead. Brad Ballou played the garbage Man for Elon in the half Colle Cint All 28 of his Points. He led both teams. Collins had 20 for the panthers and Mike Glover 13. Glover was taken out late in regulation play and did t return. Steele explained that Elon had three Small men on the floor at the time and he thought the panthers might gain an advantage with other people in. Referees came in for some rips for what Steele considered a less than efficient game. Steele also got his first technical foul of the season for arguing about a Call when an Elon tipped in a Ball still hanging on the Basket. A the referee said nobody touched the Ball a Steele said. The ref did t explain How the Ball suddenly rolled Back in after lying dead on the rim. A i should have gotten five technical a Steele admitted. A i said some things i have and was up a lot. But i Don t think they were in position to make Calls. I can to complain though. We have bad nights and the referees have bad nights. They really have my sympathy. Its almost impossible to Call a game with All the things going the officials found enough going on to Call 59 personals. An example of the March to the line was in the final four minutes of the first half. Three Field goals were made while 20 free throws were attempted. A a in a going to try to forget the whole thing a Steele said. A it just counts As a Johnny Miller Miller berber John Mene hey Phil boogers Heie Irwin Lenny wed tuns Jins Coio Ert Ben Kern Gene Linier John Schroeder Bob Wynn Butch Bard Hubert Green Dave Stockton Mere heres a Dewitt Weaver Mike Mccullough Bob e Smith Billy Vesper Gery senders 4996-704 68 88 704 9 706-705 7359-707 737 7 707 996-707 7179-707 7197-707 74 05-307 69 709-701 07 73-700 7693 700 6709�?700 77 08-700 �?�7 7 7 70 709 77 707 306 9977-210 71 777-210 to 7j7-? to 72 701-210 Guilford wins Over Pembroke Pembroke a Guilford opened a five Point Lead with 26 seconds remaining and Hung on for a 64-63 basketball Victory Over Pembroke state saturday night. Greg Jackson scored 14 Points and Lloyd free added 13 in leading Guilford to its seventh Victory against three losses. Pembroke now 8-3. Was led by Jesse Preddy with 16 Points followed by Alphonzo Mcrae with 14. Guilford ahead by 35-28 at halftime held a 64-59 margin with 26 seconds left Pembroke Cut the margin by two on a Field goal and added another Basket when it got the Ball on a charging Call As Guilford played it Safe to avoid fouls. Lenoir Rhyne nips acc 62-61 Wilson Al i John Lentz Sank two free throws with 35 seconds remaining to lift Lenoir Rhyne to a 62-61 Victory Over Atlantic Christian in a Carolinas conference basketball game saturday night. Atlantic Christian led at halftime 33-28, but Lenoir Rhyne scored the first eight Points of the second period and led until about two minutes remained and then the teams started swapping the Lead. Lentz who led the bears with 18 Points Sank both shots of a two shot foul to end the scoring As Lenoir Rhyne ran its record to 2-2 in the conference and 6-6 Overall. Robbie Cook with 13 Points led Atlantic Christian which now is 1-5 and 4-7. Atlantic Christian managed one shot in the waning seconds but missed. Virginia tech gets close win Blacksburg. A a Craig lieder scored 26 Points and Virginia tech dominated the boards saturday night but the gobblers had a hard time putting Down athletes in action 89-81 in an exhibition basketball game. The gobblers pulled to an la Point Lead in the first half but reserves hold the margin and aia came Back to move in front 42-40 at intermission. Tech twice had 10-Point leads in the second half but the visitors Cut the Gap to 75-73 with 5 39 left before the gobblers finally put it away in the last three minutes. High Point Ente Pri a sunday january 13,1974 3c Miami Herald taunts Vikings with local ads Trinity splits doubleheader Lexington a the Trinity Little slow getting started As boys suffered a big loss while they moved out to a 9-5 Lead in the bulldog girls scored one of the first Quarter but stretched their biggest wins of the year that margin to 24-11 at meter As the boys fell to Lexington 78 Mission and outscored the 49. While the girls routed the jackets in the final two yellow jackets 51-22 quarters As Well. John Lucas was the Only Pam Dob led Trinity with bulldog to break into double 17 Points followed closely by figures with 18 Points As Susan Wood with 14. Trinity fell behind Early a a a Ligate trailing 20-8 at the close of the la .v.v.v. 4 7-72 first Quarter and was never Trinity Doty 17, woo 14.sfceont. Able to mount a serious threat e was Ventura s. To the powerful yellow Mer 1 woods2. H�s2. Simony 2. Jackets. Ii it he to Brian Clark paced Lexington Belington .20 is 2/ is�?78 with 16 Points while three Trinity my Mlp in in a Alert 4. Beerd 4 heteros 4, station 3. Rush t other jacket starters also Roghi 2. Mama maj France 2 broke into double figures Lexington Cir ski. Fry a Terry the Bundoc Birls were a 12 Peop 12 Sommers verged 4 me bulldog Gills Quot lie a amp gluon 4 cl0<jf#�?zei. S Davis i Holmes 2 Minneapolis Minn. Apr if the Minnesota Vikings needed another psychological grudge nudge for their super bowl football game against Miami sunday they got in in their local press. The Miami Herald has invaded the Minneapolis Star and Tribune with full Page ads this week which taunt the Vikings and foresee a Victory for the dolphins. A a who a buried in Grants Tomb a the headline legend jabs in reference to Vikings ecu posts 59-58 win Over Vii Lexington a. It apis Donnie Owens 18-foot jumper with three seconds left saturday night gave East Carolina a 59-58 Southern conference basketball Victory Over Virginia military a key dets after the pirates blew an Early 13-Point Lead. The pirates evening their league record at 2-2 and upping their Over All Mark to 5-6, scored the game s first eight Points and had a 16-3 Lead with 11 23 left in the first half before the key dets began battling Back. Down by seven Points at intermission the key dets took the Lead for the first time at 4847 with 8 43 remaining on Steve Chapin s Basket and the Lead changed hands six times after that. Curt Reppart gave Vii its final Lead at 58-57 with 1 29 left but East Carolina called four time outs and then threw the Ball into Owens for the winning Basket Nicky White led the pirates w Ith 16 Points and Reppart had 16 for the key dets. Now 1-2 in the conference and 4-7 Overall. The Citadel blasts Asu by 90-72 Boone n. C. Apr Stan Davis scored 23 Points and paced appalachian state to an easy Victor a Over the Citadel. 90-72, in a Southern conference basketball game saturday night the mountaineers scored to straight Points Early in the first period with Davis connecting for most on jumpers and pulled ahead by to Points on their Way to a 42-33 halftime Lead. The Citadel never got closer than 13 Points Atter about five minutes of the second period. Grag Weber led the bulldogs with 17 Points. It was appalachian state s first conference Victory and Only its second in nine starts this season. The Citadel now is 2-1 in the conference and 7-3 Overall. Appalachian states scoring included 40 of 53 free throws in a game marked by frequent Calls by the officials. The mountaineers were charged with 34 infractions and the Citadel with 37. Or. Stereo Bug a How Long has your equipment been in a repair shop or broken a we repair solid state transistor Type. Equipment in two weeks or less. A such items As. Am pm radio stereo amplifiers stereo speakers stereo tape players portable televisions three weeks. A Call today for free pick up. A any Brand repaired. Comm vis Ica Tiosh electronics. High Point . 869-5425 e12-18-3 More fun on less coach Bud Grant. There follows a cartoon of a dishevelled Viking with broken Spear stars circling his head and dumped in Rice stadium scene of the bowl game at Houston Texas. Then the answer a the Minnesota Vikings. January 13, 1974 a the and goes on to claim that a when general Grant leads his troops into Rice stadium for super bowl Chi the dolphins will Bur Mem Quot the Herald says the dolphins have been waiting for the rematch since last August when the Vikings punctured the world champions Victory string in an exhibition game. While acknowledging Many outstanding statistics for both teams the Herald concludes a we predict the Vikings will meet their Valhalla i where mighty Norse heroes slain in Battle Are carried off to await another Vearus wars. And Wilkins Sparks Detroit a Veteran guard Lenny Wilkins now in his 14th National basketball association season led a 13-5 late spurt that enabled the Cleveland Cavaliers to capture a 117112 overtime Victory Over the Detroit pistons saturday night. Once again the Miami dolphins will establish the fact that they Are the greatest team # in All of professional meanwhile the Minneapolis Tribune ran a More subdued and though it included a cartoon of a sword swinging Viking aboard a worried Dolphin. It suggested Miami and Minneapolis have much in common. Like a great football great markets great recreation and great the Tribune wished Miami a Luck in a super great contest. But naturally we do Hope for a Viking Cole leads . Football awards Lexington running Back Charles Cole led the Central Davidson Honor list taking the most valuable player trophy As Well As the most outstanding Back award at the spartans annual football banquet saturday night also receiving awards were Johnny Myers Best Blocker Kenneth Shaw. Best defensive lineman Scottie Curry Best defensive Back and Ricky Waddle. Most improved player. Highlighting the evenings activities was speaker pres mull retiring coach of the Lexington yellow jackets. Located on interstate85 a i North of Thomasville to 4 4 Allstate leasing amp acceptance corporation the new term notes i hot fit so. A a i m 8ust8u la Sec 8 Coupon 1ion or to Vul Quot rums to 1025 per annul return 10.79s a terms notes and a savings notes Are backed working Quot no. Carolina corporation. By term molts a minimum investment $5,000.00 a payable at maturity Only 9 to a interest compounded doily a earnings Start on receipt of your Check a available to no. 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