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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 28, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Thursday, March 28, 1968

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FIRST DAY'S ACTION:
.siuPistons,
Golfers 12th in Tourney

76ers

Win Again

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Special To The Daily lowed with a 286 score. Miami'
CORAL GABLES, Fla, - The holds third place with a total of
Michigan golf team, playing in 291.
the first day of the Miami Invi- Coach Bert Katzenmeyer, con-
tational, shot a combined total of cerning his team's performance,
306 for its top four players to said, "We are certainly disap-
place 12th in a field of 42. pointed, but we're sure to im-
Senior Frank Groves recorded prove in the coming rounds. We
the best individual scores for the certainly thought we would do
teamwit a 5 3-74to eadthebetter than this after defeating
team with a 35 39-74 to lead the Miami, Vermont, and the Univer-
Michigan contingent on the dif- Mai emnadteUie-
ficultnwindsweptcourse.sity of Sewnee of the South yes-
terday on the same course."
Captain -John Schroeder, play- - - - - - --__
ing-with a painful and disabling;
sty in his eye, carded a 42 36-78, Scores4
while Rod Sumpter had a 39 37-EXHIBITION BASEBALL
76, Randy Erskine 41 37-78,EHITONASAL
Rocky Pozza 37 41-78, and Mark Atlanta 5, Houston 3
Christianson 39 39-78. Gene Denk, St. Louis 8, Chicago (A), 2
o orindividualhon- Minnesota 1, Baltimore 0, 11 innings
playng oly fr idiviual on- New York, (A) 4, Boston 2
ors, recorded a 41 38-79. Oakland 4, Detroit 2
Florda' fist tam ookthe Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles 0
Florida's first team took the Cleveland 7, California 3
lead in the tournament with a San Francisco 10, Chicago (N), 6
284 total, and its second team fol- Cincinnati 5, New York (N) 4
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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - The Detroit Pis-
tons; sparked by back court!
sharpshooters Dave Bing, Eddie
Miles and Jimmy Walker, blitzed
the Boston Celtics in the secondI
half and breezed to a 109-98 vic-
tory last night for a 2-1 lead in
their National Basketball Asso-
ciation Eastern Division semifinalj
playoffs.

Bing and Miles scored 10 points take a 2-1 lead in their National
each as the Pistons rallied from a Basketball Association semifinal
52-48 halftime deficit for an 81- playoff.

67 advantage in the third period.
Walker, a rookie from Provi-
dence College, replaced the limp-
ing Miles in the fourth period and
scored 14 of his 22 points as the
Pistons gained a game advantage
in heading back to Detroit for theE
fourth meeting of the best-of-7
series tonight.
Bing took scoring 'honors with
27 points while Miles finished
with 14. Dave DeBusschere con-
tributed 18.
TheCeltics, who defeated De-
troit six of eight games during the
regular season fell apart after
two periods. They managed to hit
only five of 24 field goal attempts
and were outrebounded 24-13
while being outscored 33-15 in the
decisive third period.
John Havlicek led Boston scor-
ers with 23 points. Sam Jones had
17. including 1f in tha firs ntinl

The fourth game in the best-
of-7 set is scheduled for Saturday
afternoon in New York.
A short jump shot by Chet
Walker, who scored 30 points, atj
the start of the second five-min-'
ute overtime, boosted the 76ers
into a lead they never relin-
quished.
New York, which finished third
in the Eastern Division, rallied
from a 10-point deficit at the
end of the third period to lead
113-111 ona 15-foot jump shot by
Cazzie Russell with 30 seconds re-
maining in regulation play. Wilt
Chamberlain missed five consec-
utive free throws in the next 20
seconds before Walker tied the'
score on a 12-foot jumper.
Hal Greer scored 30, while
Chamberlain had 18 for the de-
fending champion 76ers. The de-'

Overtime Victory
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-{
delphia 76ers, after tying the
score with six seconds to play,!
fought through double overtime
to defeat the New York Knicker-
bockers 138-132 last night and

while Don Nelson contributed 16 York, especially Russell who
and Bailey Howell 15. scored 40 points.

In winning, however, the 76ers
might have lost the services of its
high-scoring sixth man, Billy
Cunningham, who fell under the
basket on the initial play of the
first overtime and might have
suffered a broken right wrist. He
was taken to Temple University
Hospital for X-rays.
Bulls Triumph
CHICAGO - Flynn Rob- .
inson scored 20 of his 41 total
points in a spectacular second
quarter last night to push the
Chicago Bulls to a 104-98 victory i IMDOLAN
over the Los Angeles Lakers in
a National Basketball Associat-
ion playoff game. D l an R c i e
The victory, only the Bull's sec- O
ond of the entire season over the
Lakers, left Los Angeles leading L Irophy
2-1 in the W estern Division best- of 7Fem fi al seie .JhEU/w
teams meet in the fourth game in Senior Jim Dolan (pictured
Chicago Stadium Friday night. above) was named recipient of
After the Lakers had barged the second annual "Doc" Losh
into a 26-22 first-quarter edge, award at the "M" Club meeting
Robinson, a second-year pro, last night.
pumped in 9 of 12 field goal at- Dolan, who holds the indoor
tempts. He added a pair of free varsity record for the two-mile
throws for the highest single run with the time of 8:56.0, won
quarter point production ever, the award for demonstrating
"outstanding athletic and schol-
SCORES astic ability". Former football
standout Dave Fisher won the
ABA trophy last year.
Western Division In addition, Michigan varsity
Semifinals athletes voted junior gymnast
New Orleans 105, Denver 93, New Mike Sasich, a high bar special-
Orleans leads best-of-S seriesr-o~. ist, president and sophomore Paul
Eastern Division Armstrong, a half miler on the
Semifinals track team, vice-president of the
Minnesota 116, Kentucky 107, Min- club for the coming year.
nesota leads best-of-5 series 2-1. NoiVote was taken on a new
Pittsburgh 133, Indiana 114, Pitts- ovt a tkno e
burgh wins best-of-5 series 3-0. treasurer and secretary.
NHL ACTION:
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Special To The Daily
TUCSON-Michigan opened a
five game series yesterday with
Arizona, and suffered its sixth
straight defeat by losing to the
,Wildcats, 6-3.
Wolverine sophomore Steve
Evans gave up five runs in the
first two innings on five hits and
two errors making three of the
runs unearned. The righthander
-pitched a one hitter the rest of the
way. That hit knocked in Arizona's
other run in the seventh.
Michigan scored its first run
in the fifth inning. Buddy For-
sythe singled to center, but was
forced to second by Andy Fisher.
Fisher then scored when Elliott
Maddox tripled to center.
Scores on Sacrifice
In the eighth inning Fisher
tripled to right center and scored

on Glen Redmon s sacrifice to
right. The Wolverine's scored their
final run in the ninth inning.
John Kraft singled to center
and moved to second on the cen-
ter fielder's error. Mark Henry,
who went in to run for him, scored
after consecutive ground outs by
Pete Titone and Chuck Schmidt.
Evans struck out eight and
walked five in suffering his sec-
ond loss in two starts. Al Mieren
also struck out eight but walked
two, winning his third game of the
year for the Wildcats.
Michigan now 0-6, will send
Jack Hurley against Arizona, 11-5,
today in an afternoon contest.
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By The Associated Press
TORONTO - Murray Oliver
fired two goals and assisted on an-
other, helping the Toronto Maple
Leafs to a 6-0 victory over the
Montreal Canadiens in a Nation-
al Hockey League game last night.
The shutout was the third this
season and 34th of his career for
veteran goaltender Johnny Bower.
Oliver scored twice in the first
period as the Maple Leafs rushed
to a 2-0 lead against Montreal,
which has already clinched the
NHL's East Division champion-
ship.
Then Bob Pulford, Ron Ellis
and rookie Mike Byers all beat
Canadiens' goalie Rogatien Va-
chon within eight minutes of the
second period as the Maple Leafs
broke the game open.
"rOliver assisted on.Byers' goal.
Pulford, who had assisted on Ellis'

goal, helped set up Mike Walton
third period score.
Blues Blast Flyers
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis
Blues scored their first victory of
the National Hockey League sea-
son over Philadelphia, blanking
the Flyers 3-0 last night.
The Blues had lost six and tied
two against the Flyers before vet-
eran - goalie Glenn Hall handed
Philadelphia its eighth shutout of
the season. For Hall, it was his
fifth this year and 73rd of his
career.
The victory virtually clinched
fourth place and a playoff berth
for the Blues who now have 66
points in the West Division.
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