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Sunday, April 7, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, April 7, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page N~e

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Nation Mourns: A

Somber

Sport

World

By The Associated Press
A saddened sports world con-
tinued to pay homage to Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. yesterday, im-
posing on itself a virtual cessation
of mapor activity for at least two
days starting today.
The latest postponements in-
cluded tomorrow night's opening
baseball game at Houston plus
numerous events scheduled for
today, when the nation will ob-
serve a day .of mourning for the
slain civil rights leader.
King's .funeral will be held
Tuesday in Atlanta.
Stanley Cup Moved,
The latest among today's post-
poned events include the National
Hockey League playoff game be'
tween San Francisco and Los
Angeles, two American Basket-
ball Association playoff games,
and four matches in the North
American Soccer League.
In addition, a number of ma-
jor league baseball exhibition
games were canceled.
Tigers Postponed
Opening baseball games in
a Washington, Detroit and New
York were put back from Tues-
day to Wednesday.
The traditional opener in ihe
nation's capital had previously
been shifted from tomorrow to
Tuesday. Ccincinnati's o p e n e r,
scheduled for tomorrow, was
rescheduled for Wednesday, as
was Houston's first game.
The following sections will de-
tail the various cancellations and
postponements in the different
! sports.
BASEBALL
Tomorrow's opening games in
W a s h i n g t o n Cincinnati and
M'Ruggers,
Give MSU
The Boot
14
The Michigan rugby team kicked
the ruggers from Michigan State
all over the f'ield yesterday as they
beat the Spartans twice.
The score of the 'A' game was
6-0, while the Wolverines really
romped in the 'B' contest, taking
it 14-0.'
The Spartans took' it on the
chin, in the teeth, and across the
chops, as the charging chiaps from
Ann Arbor refused to let MSU get
a single paint during the whole
sweaty 'afternoon.
In the first game, for Michigan,
MacDonald got a penalty goal and
a drop goal, each goQd for three
points, as he took all the Wplver-
ine scoring honors.
In the 'B' funfest, in which the
Spattans were again skunked, Bal'-
lard scored a try, good for three
4 points, Forbes kicked a penalty
goal, Owens got a try which Forbes
converted for a total of five points,
and finally Forbes scored another
penalty goal to bring the Michigan
final score to 14.
With the MSU mauling and
Spartan straight-lacing complete,
t the Wolverine ruggers charged off
to celebrate the double-drubbing
with a party.

Houston have been shifted to
Wednesday, the first two for the
afternoon and the Astros' game
at night. Tuesday's American
League openers at Detroit and
New York were rescheduled for
Wednesday afternoon. A number
of today's final exhibition games
were canceled.
POSTPONED GAMES
Pittsburgh at Houston, to wed.
Minnesota at Washington, to -wed.
California at New York, to Wed.
Boston at Detroit, to wed.
Oakland at Baltimore, to Wed.
Chicago at Cincinnati, to wed.
Atlanta at St. Louis, to Tues.,
night.
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, to
Tues. night.
Ne "York at San Francisco,, to
Tues.
Cleveland at Chicago, to Tues.
BASKETBALL
The second game in the San
Francisco-Los Angeles Western

Division NBA playoff series was
shifted from tonight to Wednes-
day night. Postponement of this
afternoon's Philadelphia-Boston
Eastern Division playoff game to
Wednesday night had been pre-
viously announced.
Today's ABA playoff games,
Pittsburgh at Minnesota and
Dallas at New Orleans, were also
postponed.
POSTPONED GAMES
San Francisco at Los Angeles, to
Wed. night.
Philadelphia at Boston, to Wed.
night.
HOCKEY
This . afternoon's Stanley Cup
game between the Black Hawks
and the Rangers was rescheduled
for Tuesday night in New York
and the others in the series moved
back. The National Hockey Lea-

gue said no changes were con-
templated in the three other play-
off series.

POSTPONED GAMES
Los Angeles at Minnesota,
Tues. night.
Philadelphia at St. Louis,
Wed. night.

to
to

SOCCER
Four of today's games in the
North American League were post-
poned-Baltimore at Los Angeles,
Washington at San Diego, Chicago
at Oakland and St. Louis at Kan-
sas City.
The Toronto-Vancouver game
will be the only one'played. Also
called off were tomorrow night's
Boston at Atlanta game and Wed-
nesday night's Detroit at Kansas
City tilt.
The new dates: Baltimore at
Los Angeles, Sunday, April 14;,

Washington and San Diego, Wed-
nesday, April 10.
POSTPONED GAMES
Baltimore at Los Angeles, to next
Sun.
Washington at San Diego, to
Wed.
Boston at Atlanta, indef.
Detroit at Kansas City, Indef.
BULLETIN
TUCSON, Ariz. (P) - Califor-
nia upset Southern Illinois for
the team title in the NCAA gym-
nastics championships last night.
The Bears captured the team
crown by one-tenth of a point,
188.25 to 188,15.
Iowa with 186.55, and Temple,
176.45, finished third and fourth
In the team competition. The
four finalists were the survivors
from among eight regional win-
ners.

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Porter Defeated At All-Star

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As est Whips East, 23-11

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PRO HOCKEY:
ontreal, Phiadelphia Win i Playoffs

Py The Associated Press
STILLWATER, Okla. - In a
rather unclimactic end to his
Michigan wrestling career, Dave
Porter was decisioned in his final
match. But considering his op-
ponent was Curly Culp of Arizona
State, whom no one but Porter
himself has beaten in the last two
years, the loss was justifiable.
Porter's match was one of 11 in
the East-West All Star Wrestling
Tournament which the West won
23-11. In the last minute of the
six minute match, Porter was
taken down by Cuip, to give the
the margin of victory, 5-3. Coach
Cliff Keen called the match "real-
ly colse." Two awfully good boys
were wrestling." In last year's
meet, Porter had pinned Culp.
The presence of nine national
champions among the wrestlers
reflected the caliber of competi-
tion. Only Wayne Welles of Okla-
homa, and this year's NCAA
champ at 152, had a run-away
match, beating Navy's John Kent,
60. All other bouts had margins of
victory or three points or less.
Besides Porter, four other Big
Ten wrestlers competed. Only 130-
lb. Tim McCall of Indiana won his
bout, 4-1 over Pete Nord of Colo-
rado, in a match Keen termed
"another good one."
Spartan Collapse
In a rematch of the NCAA 137
class finals, Dale Anderson came
out on the low end of, a 7-6 score.
Masaru Watabe, whom the Spar-
tan's Anderson had beaten 9-5 in

the nationals, barely turned the
table to eke out a victory.
Another Spartan, Mike Bradley,
went down to defeat in the 167-

pound division. He also lost by a
one point margin, 3-2 to this year's
national champ, Mike Gallego of
Fresco State.
The fourth representative from
the Big Ten's, Russ Schneider of
Northwestern, was decisioned, 4-1,
by 160-pounder Reg Wicks from
Iowa State.
Nick Carollo, who edged out an
overtime win to grab the national
crown at 191 earlier this year, saw
his season end like Porter's, with
a loss. The Adams State wrestler
was decisioned in a close one, 2-1,
by Rich Larenzo of Penn State.
115 lbs.-Unik (Ohio U) dec.
Green (Okia. S), 7-6.
123 lbs.-Sanders (Port. St.) dec.
Parker (Ind. St.), 6-4.
130 lbs.-McCall (Ind.) dec. Nord
(Colo.), 4-1.
137 lbs.-Watabe (Port. St.) dec.
Anderson (MSU). 7-6.
145 lbs.-Wyatt (Calif. Poly Tech)
drew Pete Vanderlofske (Navy),
5-5.
152 lbs.-Welles (Okla.) dec. Kent
(Navy), 6-0.
160 lbs. -Wicks (Iowa St.) dec.
Schneider (NJ). 4-1.
167 lbs.--Gallego (Fresco St.)
dec. Bradley (MSU), 3-2.
177 lbs.- Fozzard (Okla. St.) dec.
Cook (East Stroudsburg), 3-1.
191 lbs.-Larenzo (Penn St.) dec.
Carollo (Adams St.), 2-1.
IHwt.-Culp (Ariz. St.) dec. Por-
ter (Mich.), 5-3.

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - Rookie Jacques
Lemaire fired two goals and vet-
eran Jean Beliveau supplied the
clincher with 2%/2 minutes left
as Montreal defeated Boston 5-3
in their National Hockey League
playoff game last night.
It was the second straight vic-.
tory for the Canadiens in the
best-of-7 series which continues
Tuesday at Boston.
Lemire, who scored 22 regular
season goals, opening the scor-
ing for ;the Canadiens when he
beat Gerry Cheevers at 9:33 of
the first period. Dick Duff as-
sisted.-Ii
Ken Hodge scored; his second
playoff:goal for the Bruins, tying
the score' four minutes later.
Montreal regained the lead in
the second period when defense-
man Jacques Laperriere beat
Cheevers at 4:15. Then Lemaire
scored his second goal of the
game, unassisted at 9:24.
Boston closed the gap to one
goal when defenseman Ted Green
hit on feeds from Bobby Orr and
Johnny. Bucyk at 13:06. The
Canadiens were two men short ,at
the time with both Beliveau and
Claude Provost in the penalty
box.
Duff made it 4-2 midway through
the third period but 23 seconds
after he scored, Johnny McKenzie
beat Gump Worsley, drawing the

Bruins within one goal again.
Then Beliveau hit at 17:34 for.
the clincher.
The Bruins had just 20 shots at
Worsley while Cheevers faced 41
Montreal drives,
.* * *
PHILADELPHIA-Leon Roche-
fort slapped in the winning goal
at 6:51 of the third period last
night as "the Philadelphia Flyers
edged the St. Louis Blues, 4-3, and
evened their National Hockey
League Western Division playoff
series at one victory apiece.
The Blues applied pressure in
the final 10 minutes, but excel-
lent goal-tending by Philadelphia's
Doug Favelle protected the lead.
Philadelphia broke to a first
period 3-1 lead as Pat Hannigan
scored the Flyares' first playoff
goal in history at 1:32.
The Blues tied it at 7:11 when
veteran Dickie Moore drilled in
the' 40th goal of his Stanley Cup
career.,
The Flyers scored twice within
33 seconds before the period end-
ed as Don Blackburn and Claude
Laforge beat goalie Glenn Hall
from close range.
'Jhe Blues tied the score in the
second period at 3-3 when Don
McKenney and Larry Keenan
scored.
There were 19 penalties called,
including a major for fighting and

WAYNE WELLES

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a 10-minute misconduct on St.
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The Flyers were able to launch
41 shots, 27 more than in their,
previous 1-0 loss to St. Louis.

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Mount Leads NCAA Team
In U.S. Olympic Tryouts

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By The Associated Press
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.-Charlie
Scott of North Carolina sparked
the NCAA White team over the
NCAA Blues 113-85 yesterday ~1n
the U.S. Olympics basketball trials.
In an earlier game, the NCAA
Reds trampled, the NCAA College
Division, 100-83.
Scott scored a game high of 20,

Ron Nelson of New Mexico had 16
points.
Joe Allen of Bradley scored 19
points for the Blues, and Fred
Foster of Miami, Ohio, added 18.
Leading the Red team victory
were Rick Mount of Purdue with
21 points and Joe Franklin of Wis-
consin with 16.
Larry Jeffries of Trinity, Tex.,
scored 17 points for the NCAA
College Division, which fell behind
12-2 in the early going and never
threatened.

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