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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Wolf pack basketball under Way Raleigh apr basketball practice has started for . States defending National champions but for most of the Wolf pack players it was business As usual. Coach Norm Sloan had eight returnees from the squad that ended Urcla s skein of National titles when drills officially opened monday. They included David Thompson last years collegiate player of the year Monte Towe to Rivers Tim Stoddard and Phil Spence All of whom started at one time or another last season. They should not have to practice Long to get Back in the Groove. All of them played on the United states team that won five of six games against the russians last month. The entire Wolf pack team also went on a summer tour of the Orient. There were six other Candi dates most notably freshman Ken Carr of Rematha High in Washington. But the big Man for state last year Tommy Burleson was missing. He is playing now with the Seattle supersonics. Sloan a big problem As drills started was replacing the towering Center whose defense rebounding and offensive play making keyed Many victories last season. A glance at pro basketball by the associated press Aba thursday s Gaines Seattle at Phoenix new Orleans at new York fridays Gaines Buffalo at Boston new Orleans at Philadelphia Atlanta at Chicago Houston at Milwaukee Golden state at los Angeles Cleveland at Portland Detroit at Seattle saturday s games Kansas City Omaha at Phoenix afternoon Boston at Buffalo Philadelphia at new York Houston at Atlanta new Orleans at Washington Milwaukee at Chicago Cleveland at Golder. State Detroit at Portland Aba Friday s games Utah at new York Virginia at Indiana Memphis at St. Louis Denver at Kentucky saturday s games new York at Denver Memphis at san Antonio Utah is. Virginia at Hampton Ferndale tops Griffin 28-6 Ferndale seventh and eighth Grade football team won its fourth straight game tuesday 28-6 Over Griffin. The contest was closer than the score indicates. Griffin scored first on a 78-Yard return of the opening Kickoff by Ben Bell. Darrell Miller then took a 40-Yard pass from Bernard Ingram and added a conversion run to give Ferndale an 8-6 halftime Lead. That stood until the fourth Quarter when Ferndale scored three times. Kenny Garrison ran it in from 12 Yards out with Miller added the conversion run and Chris Brown and Robert Lee also scored on runs of eight and four Yards respectively. Defensive end Randy Bristow and linebacker Tim Carroll were defensive standouts for Ferndale whose record is now 4-0-1. Griffin Falls to 3-2. Ferndale travels to Thomasville next tuesday. Pc notches Field hockey Victory 3-1 High Point College scored two goals in the first is minutes of play tuesday and went on to defeat Catawba 3-i in women a Field hockey the first Panther win Over Catawba in four years. Ann Lombard Donna Johnson and Cindy Wood scored goals for the winners now 4-2-1 for the season. Cited for defensive play were Ann Smith Babb Abbott Kim Van Acker and Joda Hay mood the panthers travel to Salisbury Friday for a rematch with Catawba. Elon climbs to 8th Louisiana tech keeps bite on no. I berth by the associated press Louisiana tech unbeaten in 16 straight games maintained its bulldog like bite today on the no. I spot in the associated press College division football poll. The bulldogs Drew 17 first place votes and 601 Points on the strength of their 35-20 Victory Over southwestern Louisiana last weekend. Western Kentucky trimmed Dayton 32-15 and advanced from third to second place in the rankings. The 4-0 Hill toppers attracted nine first place votes and 584 Points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and sportscasters. Delaware. 5-0 after its 15-6 Triumph Over Connecticut received six first place votes but fell from second to third with 530 Points. Boise state held fast to its no. 4 position the Broncos earning four first place votes and 477 Points after a 61-3 blitzing of Idaho state. Nevada Las vegas ranked sixth last week moved up a notch to fifth with 419 Point following its 63-28 Romp Over Prairie View. Texas Aai vaulted from 10th to sixth place after edging East Texas state 27-20. The javelins got 275 Points and one first place vote. Grambling Defeated Tennessee state 21-7 in a Battle of ranked schools and climbed from 12th to seventh while Tennessee state dropped to 14th from fifth. Elon moved up from Lith to eighth while Stephen f. Austin jumped from 14th to ninth followed by Mcneese and Jacksonville state. Newcomers grabbed the next two spots with Central Michigan finishing 12th and South Dakota 13th. Followed by Tennessee state. Another newcomer was 15th-ranked Alcorn. Virginia Union received one first place vote but not Aaron s new move to be quiet one by will Grimsley a special correspondent Oakland apr Henry Aaron is almost certainly headed for Milwaukee but he plans to go quietly. No blasts at his employers the Atlanta braves. No bitter recriminations. No hassles Over Money broken promises and tokenism. The 40-year-old Home run King his future still officially in the air clarified his position somewhat tuesday in a whirlwind visit to the area of baseball a Blue ribbon spectacle the world series. He spent the time shilling for television sets. He did t watch a game although his life and fabulous Home run feat Are featured in the official series program. �?�1 am going Back to Atlanta wednesday night to talk to or. the slugger said. A i owe that to him and to the braves. Then i can decide on my Dan Donahue is the president of the braves having taken Over the policy making duties from Bill Bartholomay chairman of the Board who made the original Deal with Aaron. During his hit and run Stop. Aaron spent his time in suburban stores answering customers questions for the electronics company which a year ago signed the Home run King to a five year. 31-million contract. The firm had announced that Aaron would be available tuesday for a formal press conference open to the hundreds of writers Here for the world series. The press conference was abruptly cancelled. It is believed that the cancellation came As the result of Aaron s threat after the regular season to lower the Boom on the braves Tell it like it is and reveal that the braves had been guilty of broken the electronics company is supposed to have told Hank to Cool it. Controversy does no to help sell to sets. A i have no quarrel with the braves a Aaron said. A they have been Good to still he announced publicly after a a in retiring in Mclean paces Jamestown win Jamestown a Junior Mclean scored five touchdowns to Pace the Jamestown seventh and eighth Grade football team to a 42-6 rout of Albemarle tuesday. Mclean caught touchdown passes of 60, 40 and 45 Yards from Chuck Homey As Well As a 46-Yard strike from Scott Robinson. The versatile Jamestown player also scored on an interception which he returned 25 Yards. Dennis Adams scored the other Jamestown touchdown on a 30-Yard run. Scott Shipley and Homey each had a conversion run while Horney had two conversion kicks. Billy Robinson and Tim Rumsey were leading defensive players. Jamestown is now 4-1 and will travel to Asheboro next tuesday. Ceremonies at his final appearance in Atlanta that he would Uke to close out his final Days in Milwaukee where he broke in As a Rookie in 1954. Meanwhile Milwaukee Brewers owner Bud Selig told friends that he would like to have Aaron whom he always had admired. Atlanta under Barthloma reportedly promised Aaron a five year contract at close to half his $200,000 playing salary to stay on in a a Public relations capacity. But Aaron s connection with the electronics firm obviated Public appearances for anyone but it. The braves had no further need tor Aaron As a player. The National league does t have the designated hitter Rule. Also Atlanta did not want to continue such a High salary for Token reasons. Although Aaron said he has not talked with the Brewers Milwaukee officials have made overtures through Henry s lawyer. The braves have approved such negotiations. The inside information is that Aaron will join the Brewers at around $100,000 As a designated hitter with an option to move to the front office. Enough Points to make the top 15. Indiana state North Dakota and Troy state dropped out of the select group. Mean cites Andy Powell Durham a safety Andy Powell is the defensive Back of the week in mid Eastern athletic conference football. Dave Douglas of Morgan state and Charles Bubba Smith of North Carolina Central tied for defensive lineman of the week in voting by sports information directors of the conference. Powell a 5-11, 185-Pound Junior from Hartford conn., intercepted two passes and returned them for 67 Yards to set up two touchdowns As the Morgan bears Defeated Maryland Eastern Shore 35-7. Powell who has replaced the injured Tim Baylor also was credited with five unassisted tackles and four assists. Douglas ailed Quot the Secretary of defense by his teammates was credited with 12 Solo tackles and seven assists. The 6foot, 230-Pound senior from College Park md., also recovered a Fumble. Smith made to unassisted tackles six assisted tackles and three quarterback sacks in centrals 14-3 Victory Over Virginia state. Smith is a 6-6, 250pound senior from Wilmington . 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