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Wariers down Hawks; Rangers

By The Associated Press
ATLANTA - Dave Gambee
scored a season high of 24 points
as his San Francisco Warriors
dealt the slumping Atlanta Hawks
their fifth straight National Bas-
ketball Association defeat, 1034101.
Jeff Mullins' two free throws
with 86 seconds remaining gave
the Warriors a 102-99 lead, and
Al Attles added the final point
when he connected on a free
throw with nine seconds left.
That made the score 103-101.
When the Hawks put the ball in
play from out of bounds, the pass
went to center Jim Davis who
missed the shot that would have
sent the game into overtime.
* * *
Rangers romp
TORONTO - Rookie Bill Fair-
bairn's second unassisted goal
snapped a second period deadlock
and propelled the New York
Rangers to a 7-1 National Hockey
League victory over Toronto last,
night.
Fairbairn broke through to beat
Toronto goalie Bruce Gamble at
6:48 of the middle period, giving
the East Division leaders a 2-1
lead, and they went on blitz thel
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NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL HERTZ
Maple Leafs with five more goals
-two of them by defenseman
Arnie Brown.
Brown tallied five minutes after
Fairbairn's tie-breaker and cap-
ped a four-goal burst in the final
session with his eighth marker of
the season.
Fairbairn scored on a solo dash
early in the opening period, but
the Leafs tied it on a goal by Dave
Keen 31/2 minutes before the inter-
mission.
After Fairbairn and Brown gave
the third period the Rangers pull-
ed away on goals by Rod Gilbert,
Bob Nevin, Brown and Dave Balon
-the last three within a span
of two minutes and four seconds.
Sonic boom

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-Associated Press
DORIE MURREY of the Seattle Supersonics swarms around
Archie Clark of the Philadelphia 76ers during last night's game
played between the two teams at the Boston Garden. Murrey
scored 23-points to lead the Sonics to a 122-110 victory,

BELL LEADS BALLOTING:

BOSTON - Dick Snyder hit for
cores 26 points and Dorie Murray con-
e.tributed 23 as the Seattle Super-
Souith Carolina 59, Furman 6 Sonics extended their hex over
Notre Dame 96, DePaul 73 Philadelphia in defeating the 76ers
Georgetawn 89, St. Joseph's 80 122-110 last night in a National
troit 86, 9oan New Orleans 66 Basketball Association game.
Matryland, avy, 57Ole s 6 Snyder scored 20 points in the
Bowling Green 73, Kent State 67 first half in sparking the Sonics,
Louisvine 77, Dayton 69 the Western Division's last place
VW anVag na6,Niagra966 club, to a fifth straight victory
S___ _ _______ over the 76ers.
"aSeattle, led by Snyder, surged to
a 53-35 point lead with two min-
utes left in the first half. Phila-
delphia managed to close the gap
o 57-45 at the intermission.
aThe 76ers, paced by Darrell Im-
hoff's 11 points, continued their
center Jim Otto, Oakland; place- charge in the third period and
kicker George Blanda, Houston- closed to withmn62-60 i the first
Oakland, and punter Jerrel Wil- five minutes.
son, Kansas City. However, the Sonics out-mus-
cled the 76ers behind Murrey and
The team will be honored be- Bob Boozer and pulled away once
fore Saturday's All-Star game in again for an 89-77 lead at the
Houston, the AFL's last event. three-quarter mark.

All-time AFL team

CANTON, Ohio (I)-Linebackers
Bobby Bell of Kansas City and
Nick Buoniconti of Boston and
Miami led the balloting for a the
American Football League's all-
time defensive team announced
yesterday by the Pro Football Hall
of Fame.
Weeb Ewbank of the New York
Jets, the AFL's first .Super Bowl
champion, was named the AFL's
coach of its only decade in this
final year before the league merg-
er with the National Foot-
ball League.
Bell and Buoniconti, a middle
linebacker, came within one vote
of being unanimous selections by
'AFL members of the board of se-
. lectors of the Hall of Fame.
The other linebacker is George
Webster of Houston. In front of
them are Jerry Mays of Dallas
and Kansas City and Gerry Phil-
bin of the Jets at the ends and
Tom Sestak of Buffalo and Hous-
ton Antwine of Boston at tackle.
Dave Grayson of Dallas, Kansas;
City and Oakland and Willie
Brown of Denver and Oakland are
the cornerbacks and Johnny Ro-
binson of Dallas and Kansas City
and George Saimes of Buffalo,
the safeties.
On the second team are ends;
Roland McDole of Houston-Buf-;
falo and Rich Jackson of Oak-

land-Denver; tackles Buck Buch-
anan of Kansas City and Tom
Keating of Buffalo-Oakland.
,Outside linebackers Mike Strat-
ton of Buffalo and Larry Grant-
ham of New York; middle line-
backer Dan Conners of Oakland;
cornerbacks George Byrd of Buf-,
falo and Miller Farr of Denver-
San Diego-Houston, and safeties
Ken Graham of San Diego and
Goose Gounoulis of Denver.
Ewbank was a close winner over
Sid Gillman of San Diego' and
Hank Strain of Kansas C i t y.
Sestak and Antwin edged Buch-
anan at tackle, Grayson and
Brown barely beat Butch Byrd at
cornerback and Saimes nudged
Graham at safety.
Kansas City led all clubs with
seven selections to the full offen-
sive and defensive squad. The of-
fensive team, released earlier, was
composed of:
Quarterback, Joe Namath, New
York; running backs Paul Lowe,
Los Angeles-San Diego-Kansas
City, and Clem Daniels, Dallas-
Oakland; wide receivers Lance Al-.
worth, San Diego, and Don May-
nard, New York; tight end Fred
Arbanas, Dallas-Kansas City;
tackles Ron Mix, Los Angeles-San
Diego, and Jim Tyrer, Dallas-Kan-
sas City; guards 'Bill Shaw, Buf-
falo, and Ed Budde, Kansas City;

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Seaver voted top athlete;
leads Namath in balloting

Booking
now for
winter
term
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10 P.MV.
Les,
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NEW YORK (A )-Tom Seaver,I
whose 'vibrant pitching arm trig-
gered the New York Mets' trans-
formation from misfits to cham-
pions of the baseball world, was
named Male Athlete of the Year
yesterday in the Associated Press'
annual poll.
Seaver, at 25 years old the Mets'
inspirational leader and the major
leagues' biggest winner in 1969, is
the fifth baseball player to. cap-
ture the award in as many years.
The Mets' mound ace' beat out
another New York folk hero, quar-
terback Joe Namath of the
American Football League's Jets,
in the balloting of sports writers.
and sportscasters across the coun-
try.
Seaver, a tough competitor from
Fresno, Calif., who has been de-
scribed as a throwback to the All-;
American boy of Frank Merriwell-
Jack Armstrong lore, won 25 reg-
ular season games for the Mets
in his third year in the majors.
He ran off winning streaks of

eight and 10 games while keying
the club's drive to the NL East
Division title.
He won another as New York
swept Atlanta in three games for
the league pennant, then lost the
World Series opener to Baltimore
before bouncing back to register
his biggest victory of the year in
the fourth game of the Series,
which the Mets went on to win
the following day.

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