Tuesday, May 15, 1973
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NATE IN, DAVE OUT:
NEW YORK (AP) - Nate Archi-
bald, Kansas City-Omaha's rela-
tively small guard, was the big-
gest vote collector on the Na-
tional Basketball Association
1972-73 Alt-Star squad announced
yesterday; while Boston's Dave,
Cowens, the league's Most Val-
uable Player, failed to make the
The 6-foot-1 Archibald, the NBA
leader in scoring with 2,719
points for a 34.0 average in 80
games, in assists with 910 for
an 11.4 average and in minutes
played with 3,681, received
15.836 points from a panel of
sportswriters and broadcasters
in the league's 17 cities. Each
city received a full vote, mean-
ing 17.000 would be the maxi-
Joining Archibald on the first
team were forwards John Hav-
licek of Boston and Spencer Hay-
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Outtters for Quetko Park
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wood of Seattle, center Kareem
Abdul-Jabbar of Milwaukee, and
guard Jerry West of Los Angeles.
The closest voting was for cen-
ter, where Abdul-Jabbar edged
Cowens, 10.822 to 10.336. The 7-2
Abdul-Jabbar,. named to the first
team for the third straight sea-
son, finished second in scoring,
third in field goal percentage and
fourth in rebounding. Cowens, 6-
9, was third in rebounding and
recently was chosen as the lea-
gue's MVP in balloting by the
Coweos was chosen to the se-
cond team, along with forwards
Elvin Hayes of the Baltimore
now Capital Bullets and R i c k
Barry of Golden State, and guards
Walt Frazier of New York and
Pete Maravich of Atlanta.
Each player on the first team
will receive $500, while each se-
cond-team member will get $250.
West's selection was his fourth
in a row to the first team and
a record-tying 10th time he has
been named to the All-Star squad.
Others chosen 10 times w e r e
Bob Cousy, Bob Pettit and Elgin
Baylor - all now inactive.
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Steve Grote (34) from Cincinnati Elder is the newest recruit for
Michigan basketball. Grote, 6-2, 185, who led his squad to the
Ohio state AAA title, chose Michigan over Ohio State because of
"prestige" and the fact that he wants to play football too.
Major League Leaders
Based on 45 at Bats R. Jackson, Oakland, 22; Tenace, Oak-
AMERICAN LEAGUE land, 21.
Player Club G AB R H Pct. Pitching (4 Decisions)
P. Kelly Chi 1t 62 15 27 .435 Splittorff, Kansas City, 6-1, .857;
Kirkpatrick KC 25 92 23 34 .370 Singer, California, 5-1, .833; Wood, Chi-
Holt Min 20 65 6 24 .369 cago, 8-2, .800; E. Fisher, Chicago, 4-1,
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Freehan Det 26 105 8 34 .324 waukee, 3-1, .750; Medich, New York,
Blomberg NY 20 56 8 18 .321 3-1, .750; Garber, Kansas City, 3-1,
Munson NY 30 106 14 34 .321 .750; Blue, Oakland, 3-1, .750; Pina,
Fisk Bsn 27 98 14 31 .316 Oakland, 3-1, .750.
A. Johnson Tex 27 itt 8 33 .311 CNATIONAL LEAGUE .
Some Runs Ployer CIhuh G AS R H Pct.
D. May, Milwaukee, 9; Mayberry, Santo Chi 31 111 19 41 .369
Kansas City, 9; Tenace, Oakland, 8; Mota LA 19 68 10 25' .368
Runs Batted In Watsontn 34 120 25 44 .317
Mayberry, Kansas City, 32; Melton, Lopes LA 22 53 11 19 .358
Chicago, 24; Murcer, New York, 22; Fairly Mon 25 67 12 24 .358
Maddox SF 25 90 12 32 .356
Stargell Pgh 23 92 23 32 .341
Morgan Cin 30 96 20 33 .344
Goodson SF 26 83 9 28 .337
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(and not planning to be?) Francisco, 8t.ts latted In
Bench, Cincinnati, 27; Watson, Hous-
Then you're ready for ton, 27; Ferguson, Los Angeles, 27; A.
Oliver, Pittsburgh, 25; Bonds, San
Pitching (4 Decisions)
Koosman, New York, 5-0, 1.000;
Sosa, San Francisco, 4-0, 1.000; Gilling-
ham, Cincinnati, 6-1, .857; Is.euss, Hous-
ton, 5-1, .833; Downing, Los Angeles,
4-1, .800; Locker, Chicago, 3-1, .750;
SHall, Cincinnati, 3-1, .750; DaRoberts
Hoston, 3-, .750.
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