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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 4, 1982, Tokyo, JapanSaturday december 4, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes flyers get Tough on defensive play to stymie oilers sports 25 United press International Philadelphia coach Bob Occam Mon has been emphasizing defense recently and it paid off wednesday night. We be tried drastically to putdown our goals against and Pelle Lindbergh played very Well in Goa for us tonight said Mccammon after the flyers had used two rapid nil Roundup third period goals to defeat the oilers 4-2 in Edmonton Alberta. Once we got the Lead we tried to keep pressure off him because we did t want to lose the Darryl Sittler and Lindsay Carso scored 2 14 apart Midway through the last period to break a 1-1 s came on a rebound of a Bill Harber shot and Carson scored on similar play after a Bobby Clarke shot. The oilers closed within one Goa when Pat Hughes converted a Wayne Gretzky entering pass with5 43 left but Barber scored into an empty net. Philadelphia opened the scoring Ona second period Power play when Barber beat Andy Moog with Asla shot at 5 08. The oilers tied it on Short handed goal when Jari Kerri took a feed from Gretzky who = spotlights Billie Jean advances Melbourne Australia a six time Wimbledon Champion Billie Jean King of the unite states was an upset Winner thursday to gain a berth in the quarterfinals of the $350,000 Marl Boro australian open Tennis tournament against american Chris Evert Lloyd. King 1968 australian open Winner Strong armed seventh seeded american Barbar Potter As she swept to a 6-4, 6-2 Victory. Lloyd seeded second cruise through her third round match for a 6-3, 6-2 Victory Over Catherine Tangier of France. The other quarterfinals Friday match top seeded Martina Navratilova and Anne Smith i another All american showdown american Andrea Jaeger an West German Eva Pfaff and australian Wendy Turnbull an american Pam Shriver. Navratilova downed Claudia Ohde of West Germany 6-4, 6-4 Jaeger beat american Candy Reynolds 6-2, 6-0 Shriver Deci signed american Leslie Allen who defaulted during the second set because of tendinitis after losing the first set 6-3 Turnbull took Ros Fairbank of South extended his consecutive game Point Streak to 27 games. He can tie Guy Lafleur s record of 28 when the oilers play Calgary saturday. In other games wednesday night the new York rangers routed Hartford 6-1, new Jersey ripped Toronto 7-3, Buffalo tied Montreal 2-2, Chicago topped Pittsburgh 4-2,Minnesota Defeated Detroit 4-1 and los Angeles downed Calgary 4-1. Rangers 6, whalers 1 Reijo Ruotsalainen and Ron Duguay each scored a goal and set up another and Rob Mcclanahan added two third period goals to extend the whalers wingless Streak to seven games. The whalers scored their Only goal just 15 seconds into the game when Blaine Stoughton put in a rebound of Pierre la Rouche s snapshot. Devils 7, Maple Leaf 3 Jeff Larmer scored two goals to highlight new Jersey s four goal second period the team s biggest outburst of the season and Toronto s losing Streak went to six Marini added two goals for the devils. Sabres 2, canadians 2 Rookie Phil Housley scored witless than five minutes remaining to gain a tie for the sabres. Housley the sabres no. 1 Amateur draft Choice faked a snapshot and the looped to his left before beating canadians goalie Richard Sevign with a 45-foot snapshot. New Jersey devils Garry Howatt left bounces off the boards As Jim Korn of the Toronto Maple Leafs sidesteps the Check during first period nil action in East Rutherford . The devils won 7-3. A Black Hawks 4, penguins 2darryl Sutter scored two first period goals and Al Secor added the eventual game Winner at 6 09 of the second period to give Chicago its sixth straight Victory. Sutter s first goal came at 1 04 of the opening period on a 3-on-2 break. North stars 4, wings 1 Steve Payne scored the winning goal and assisted on two others in leading Minnesota. The red wings Are wingless in their last 14 outings 0-9-5. Payne s 15th goal came at 15 45 of the Middle period on Power play. Kings 4, flames 1 Marcel Dionne scored two goals on breakaways set up by the passing of Daryl Evans to Power los Kings second Triumph in As Many nights left them one Point behind first place Edmonton in the smythe division. Billie Jean King Africa 7-6, 6-4, and Pfaff beat Britain s to Durie 2-6, 6-4,6-1. . State coach quits Raleigh . Up Nort Carolina state football coach Monte Kiffin resigned wednesday citing a Lack of support from athletic department compiled a 16-17 record in three seasons with the Wolf Packard was in the final year of his contract Kiffin s contract expired at the end of a season that saw the injury plagued Wolf pack finish 6-5while playing a schedule that included second ranked pen state Clemson 15th-ranked Maryland Miami of Florida an North Carolina. Kiffin 42, was 6-5 in his first season but dropped to 4-7 in 1981. He was named in december1979 to replace the late to rein who left to take the head coaching Job at Louisiana state and died a month later in a plane crash. Mcenroe stumbles Barcelona Spain a Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia Defeated John Mcenroe 2-6, 7-5,6-2 wednesday and led Europe to a 7-5 Victory Over America in Athree Day Tennis tournament. America however scored Surprise Victory when Gene Mayer upset Sweden s Bjorn Borg 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, in a hotly contested match. Mcenroe who carried the United states to Victory Over France in the Davis cup final Las weekend made frequent errors in his loss mainly in the two Las sets. Lendl played some of his Best Tennis in the final set of the two hour match while Mcenroe s game deteriorated. Lendl s Victory was the second for the european team in the last four matches at Barcelona sport Palace. Sweden s 18-year-old Mats i Lander easily Defeated californian Vincent Van Patten 6-0, 6-3, in a49-minute match. Ecuador s Andres Gomez won3-6, 7-6, 7-5 Over Spain s Veteran Jose Higueras in two hours and 11minutes. The europeans split $500,000while the american team received $200,000. S. Carolina fires coach Columbia . A Rich Ard Bell who coached the univer sity of South Carolina s football team to a lacklustre 4-7 record was fired because he disagree with athletic director Bob mar cum Over the future course of the program says Marcum. Marcum in a statement Issue shortly before Midnight wednes Day said he decided to fire Bell who was in his first year As head coach because the two did not see Eye to Eye on what Steps should be taken to put the team on winning course. Bell took Over the coaching Jobin january after the University fired Jim Carlen

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