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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise saturday March 2,1974 major league baseball preview expos swinging for More in 74 Daytona Beach flu. Apr after their Best record in history the Montreal expos Are swinging for a More in �?T74.�?� they might connect if the a old timers come through As expected and the youngsters come around As hoped the most celebrated addition to the expos of course is Willie Davis a longtime National league baseball Star who will give the expansion expos their first Bona tide Center fielder in history. Davis acquisition was expensive for the expos. They had to give the los Angeles dodgers their Best Pitcher Relief Star Mike Marshall. Marshall was by far the expose most valuable player il973 and accounted largely their High finish in the Zany National league East race. The team from Canada was in the race until the last 24 hours and finished with a Terrapin Era comes to end College Park my. A p a the Mcmillen Elmore Era comes to an end saturday but coach lefty Driesell views it As merely the end of the beginning Tor Maryland basketball. A they helped us recruit other players we have Here and hopefully have gotten a winning tradition started at Maryland a Driesell said of Tom Mcmillen and Len Elmore. The two seniors plus Rich Porac and Jap Trimble take the court against Virginia saturday for their final Home game with Mcmillen As Maryland s All time scoring Leader and Elmore As the Terpsy Best rebounded Ever. Maryland achieved National ranking during the past three seasons winning 20 or More games each year and Are currently no. 5 in the nation prior to next week s Atlantic coast conference which determines the boxing meet set tonight eighteen bouts Are scheduled for tonight at City Lake gymnasium where an Amateur invitational boxing program is scheduled fighters from High Point Gastonia. Charlotte Greensboro. Weston Salem and Camp Lejeune will be on hand tonight s pair inc amp 0 p0v�<j> Tim do will in Gastonia i mown. Main thigh Pom i is Pound a Kicky doll Galion. It. Bruce Outt High paint 70 Pound a Runnel doll Gastonia it. On Davit Point 112-Pounot Jamet Brown gallon. It will. Commender High Point ill Pondi William Whit High Point it Maniet flaming Marmet tit pounds a Bernard Taylor Chorion it darned Price Marmet it lie pow not a Hemet White High Post it Donald Hardee Wotton la pounds a Joe Smith High Post it. Elliott Santiago Marmet ij2poundt a Chubby Smith High Point it got go Zenqui it Marmet l3-Poundi a Richard Low Greensboro it Theodore Lipscomb la Pound a Ley Mon Connors Winston it. Stephen Delgado marines 147-pounds a Odell dealt High Point it. Beau Sneed High Point lab pounds a Willie Taylor Charlotte it r b Brookin Marmet Las pounds a Calvin Spears High Point it Derrick Huntley Charlotte h s pounds a Irvin hint Winston it. Khoiee Sprewell i mar met is pounds a Jackie Spaulding High Point is Furman Strickland Seagrove heavyweight Charlotte Marine 112 pounds Gastonia Winston Patterson is. Jimmie Stewart Tommy Mcclee is. Richard Allen league s Mcaa playoff representative. A these players could have gone to Urcla North Carolina. Marquette or other schools with winning traditions a Driesell said a and it would have been easier for them physically and Quot i m not saying we re the said Elmore a 6-foot-9 Center from Springfield gardens. . A but we at least started something and ill always get satisfaction out of being a sort of a i Don t know if i go along with Tennte s Daniel Boone idea a Mcmillen cracked a but i would t go to any other school or i would t have gone to any other school a the reference by Mcmillen. A 6-11 Forward from Mansfield. Pa., was to the controversy which followed his change of mind after originally announcing his intention to attend North Carolina. Elmore said recruiters from other schools trying to steer him away from Maryland warned that he could t be a Star on the same team with Mcmillen. A but i think we be complemented each other very Well a Elmore said. A we each had a Job to do. And we went at Mcmillen. Who has been accepted As a Rhodes scholar tops Maryland s scoring list with 1,723 Points and is third in rebounding with 820. Elmore ranks no. I with 999 rebounds and is Lith in sconing with 954 Points. A the real secret Quot Mcmillen said a is that lemme convinced me at a Christmas tournament to come to Maryland and Porac was my Roommate at a postseason game during my High school year. I think that was conveniently arranged. A Driesell said Maryland is recruiting heavily for big men to replace Mcmillen and Elmore and claimed a a we re right in there for some of the Best in the country a we think four or five we have in mind could step right in and make us a contender and if we Don t get at least one we ought to kick ourselves in the rear end because we have a super Selling Point in that we have the 79-83 record for fourth place just 3�?~a games behind the winning new York Meta. Hoping to tighten up their defense Down die Middle the expos traded for the flashy Davis one of the Best Center fielders in the game. In Davis the expos also have one of the Best hitters and Best base runners in the game. Davis says he s anxious to get going obviously setting his gunfights on the fences in Montreal a cozy Jarry Park. The Fleet outfielder will add dash to a team that has an interesting blend of experience and youth. The biggest Long Ball threat in the lineup is Ken Singleton the right fielder who led the team in nine offensive departments in 1973, including Home runs 23 and Obi 103. Veteran left fielder Ron fairly third baseman Bob Bailey and second baseman Hon Hunt give the expos More solid hitting strength. Expected to see limited duty in that Outfield with Davis Singleton and fairly Are Ron Woods boots Day Jimmy Lyttle and Clyde Mashore. The expos Talent also includes people like shortstop Tim Foli and first baseman Mike Jorgensen. John Boccabella is the Catcher with Terry Humphrey waiting on deck. Also the farm system is at last producing for the relatively Young Montreal organization and some pitching help May be forthcoming from two Fine Young players Dale Murphy and John Montague. The system produced two excellent backup infielders last year Pepe Frias and Larry Lintz. Lintz As a matter of fact could take Hunts Job away this year. With Marshall gone manager Gene Mauch is hopeful that Tom Walker Chuck Taylor. Don Demola Earl Stephenson and Montague can take up the Slack. The starting pitchers include phenom Steve Rogers Mike Torrez Bill Stoneman Balor Moore Steve Renko and Ernie Mcanally. Mauch. The Only manager in Montreal s history is optimistic enough to sign up for two More years. A i would t have accepted the Extension on my contract if it Wasny to obvious to me that the future is very Bright and exciting for the expos a says Mauch. Expos at a glance in 1973 finish fourth National league East. Strengths solid hitting led by Power Man Ken Singleton and Willie Davis and improving defense. Weaknesses Mike Marshall a absence considerably weakens the bullpen plus the expos have a lot of question Marks among the starters new faces a Davis obtained from the los Angeles dodgers adds formidable clout and Outfield defense to the team. 1974 forecast third but possibly higher if the pitching comes through pro Cage standings by the associate pres Aba East division w. . . New York Kentucky Carolina Virginia Memphis 43 41 42 22 18 25 25 30 45 50 .632 a .621 i .586 a .328 20y .265 25 Myca midget champs the stars posted a 14-0 season record in winning the Myca girls midget league basketball championship this year. Members of the team Are front Row left to right Deborah Byrd Andrea Kopack Page Marsh and hate Hamilton. Back Row left to right Are coach Marlene Younts Jill Clodfelter Lisa Stout Chon Elini Fuller Kelly Craven and Lisa Osborne. Absent when photo was made were Laurie Bray and coach Shirley Clodfelter. The girls midget league is sponsored by the y menus club and is for girls age 8-13. Boys club Cage teams make finals the High Point salvation army boys club swept the Eastern regional salvation army boys club tournament this past weekend advancing two teams to the North South state finals in Gastonia next weekend. The Junior team Defeated Raleigh in their championship bracket by a score of 60-37. They were Lead by Kenny Garrison with 16 Points. Larry Ervin following with 14, and Kenny Leach contributing to. The intermediate Defeated their Arch rival Greensboro 63-42. The High pointers placed four players in double figures. Albert Smith and Garland Simrel each scoring 13, Evans Ervin with 12, and William Pride following with to. Pro hockey standings by the associated press nil. Eat division wet pts. Of a Boston 42 to 7 91 270 159 Montreal 37 16 8 82 229 170 by ranges 32 16 12 76 227 181 Toronto 28 21 12 68 222 183 Buffalo 26 26 8 60 191 198 Detroit 22 31 8 52 202 252 by Island 15 29 15 45 143 193 Vancur 17 34 to 44 169 232 West division Philophia 35 14 to 80 200 126 32 12 16 23 28 to 22 29 la 22 30 to 18 28 15 19 35 6 la 42 8 30 156 265 Friday s games no games scheduled saturday s games Boston at Detroit afternoon Buffalo at Philadelphia afternoon California at Montreal new York islanders at Toronto new York rangers at Minnesota Vancouver at Pittsburgh St Louis at los Angeles sundays games Chicago at Detroit afternoon Montreal at Philadelphia Toronto at Boston California at new York rangers new York islanders at Buffalo Vancouver at Atlanta wha East division w l t pts. Of a new eng. 34 26 3 71 227 209 Toronto 33 29 4 Quebec 33 28 3 Cleveland 28 28 6 Chicago 28 30 3 Jersey 26 34 3 Chicago St. Louis Atlanta l. Angeles Minn. Pru. Calif. 80 202 112 56 169 166 55 160 191 54 170 197 51 184 214 44 171 220 Cycle racing to Roberts Bough Lyga Leader 70 254 227 69 248 223 62 202 210 59 203 217 55 196 238 warming up for boxing event tonight at City Lake Jackie Spaulding left and Chubby Smith go through practice staff photo by Art Richardson West division Houston 39 19 5 83 259 169 Minn. 35 26 2 72 256 218 Winnipeg 29 31 5 63 206 235 Edmonton 31 30 0 62 212 218 Vancur 23 38 0 46 229 262 l. Angeles 21 41 0 42 182 249 fridays games Edmonton 5, Houston 2 Minnesota 4, Winnipeg 0 Chicago 7, Cleveland 4 saturdays games Vancouver at new England afternoon los Angeles at Jersey afternoon sunday a a games Vancouver at Jersey afternoon Cleveland at Edmonton Quebec at Winnipeg los Angeles at Minnesota new England at Houston new York a Ken Roberts is a champions Well on his Way to becoming a millionaire and he gets a Little aggravated when someone tells him he s unknown. A not in California a he says. A they know who i am Roberts at 23 years old owns a yacht three Homes one Worth a Quarter million and a Fleet of air planes. Motorcycle racing has made him a High paid pro in a sport which is just beginning to draw spectators from outside its longtime Clannish following. After three years As a pro Roberts of Woodside. Calif., became the reigning grand National Champion having compiled a record 2,014 Points on the 24-event 1973 circuit. He made $150,000 in 1973 and is still negotiating with the tax Man for his Cut. A this year. Iti make $200,000 if things go Well a Roberts a slight 125-Pounder, said thursday. A live made a lot of Money but in this business there s no retirement plan. I be got to make it while in be got it. I wont be Riding until i m 30i want to retire Roberts has a three year contract with Yamaha at $40,000 a year. Making him the first motorcycle racer Ever to sign a multiyear contract with a sponsor most of his earnings though have come from purses. Roberts coming off a record year in which he won three races and was in the top seven in each event he finished now is preparing for the Daytona 200, March to. Roberts considers motorcycle racing the most dangerous of All racing sports but he deplores the intentional mayhem of a sport like ice hockey. A a you re going 180 Miles an hour the helmets trying to come off your head and you can to lift your arms or your head. Nobody Ever spills at 180. They re afraid to going that fast a said Roberts. A but footballs the roughest thing in be Ever seen and hockey is something else a Roberts said. A if i ran up and hit somebody like they do in hockey i see a track for a year. I d be Roberts thinks his sport requires More mental Condi czech tour Cincinnati a the National football league Cincinnati bengals signed 13th round draft Choice Mike Phillips a 6-foot-2 defensive end from Cornell Friday. Phillips 21, was All Ivy league in 1972 and 1973. The team has now signed nine of its 21 draft choices. A a lip and save. .,889-7867 to report All drug pushers Call Day or night. Report any facts to help identify a Pusher. You Don t have to identify yourself and Calls cannot be traced tit Juk i m of i i it in i inn it Fife Thun i hit it la 4 toning than physical although he a run races that have left him so exhausted he drive his Bike Back to the pits. A i done to get up in the morning and run my head off. Sometimes i done to eat the right foods. If i played basketball then i d be in shape. But i make $150,000 a year Riding a motorcycle and that a my sport. In a in Good shape for Riding a motorcycle a he said. Most of his conditioning he said consists of Riding a three or four Days a week All Roberts has taken a few spills but he a never really been Hurt badly. A live missed the first Comer at Daytona just from a Guy giving me a pit signal. It went by in a blur and i had to Stop and think about the sign what it said. I shut off too late and missed the St. Petersburg Fla. Apr Laura Baugh did it herself but she credited playing conditions for a four underpay 68 that gave her the Lead entering today a round of the ladies professional Golf association tournament. A it s my Best yet a said the 19-year-old blonde of her round Friday at the winding 6,484-Yard Seminole lakes country club layout near Miami. The second year pro who finished second twice last year is after her first title. A i played at an Ideal time 10 30 am. Tee offi had Nice people to play with Joyce Kazmierski and Cathy Duggan and its been a Long time since i played in weather this Nice. A i had perfect playing conditions with a slight Breeze and she added of the 70-degree weather. West division Utah 45 24 .652 a Indiana 36 34 .514 9h san Antonio 34 34 .500 10mi Denver 31 36 .463 13 san Diego 30 39 .435 15 fridays games Memphis 106, Virginia 95 new York 138, san Diego 119 Kentucky 108, san Antonio 93 saturdays games Memphis at Kentucky Indiana is. Carolina at Charlotte Denver at san Antonio new York is. Virginia at Hampton sundays games Indiana at new York afternoon Virginia at san Antonio san Diego at Denver Aba Eastern conference Atlantic division w. A. Pct. . Boston 45 19 .703 a new York 42 26 .618 5 Buffalo 37 34 .521 11 Vuk Phila. 20 47 .299 26va Central division capital 38 30 .559 a Atlanta 29 40 .420 9vk Houston 27 41 .397 la Cleveland 24 47 .338 ish Western conference Midwest division Milwaukee 49 19 .721 a Chicago 47 23 .671 3 Detroit 44 26 .629 6 . 27 44 .380 23va Pacific division Golden St. 37 27 .578 a . 38 30 .559 i Seattle 31 39 .443 9 Phoenix 25 44 .362 us Portland 22 46 .324 17 fridays games Buffalo 110, Boston 94 Atlanta 105, Milwaukee 89 new York 112, capital 103 Seattle 105, Detroit 103 los Angeles 107, Kansas City Omaha Portland 95, Chicago 91 Houston 117, Phoenix 111 Cleveland to Philadelphia 93 saturday s games Boston at new York Buffalo at Philadelphia Houston at Atlanta Seattle at Milwaukee Chicago at Golden state veterans use your a benefits at North Carolinas largest technical Institute two year associate degree programs accounting architecture aviation business administration civil engineering commercial Art advertising design criminal justic dote processing Kontol Hygiene Early childhood specialist electronics general office management Industrial management mechanical drafting nursing secretarial executive option medical option one year diploma programs air conditioning and heating automotive mechanics cosmetology dental assistant machinist Trade practical nurse welding upholstery child cart worker machinist electrical installation and maintenance plumbing and heating carpentry and Cabinet making practical carpentry i write Call or visit Joe Sharpe Veteran assistance officer Guilford technical Institute Jamestown North Carolina 27282 or Ansboro 292-1101 High Point 454-1126 Guilford technical Institute

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