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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1967

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1967

76ers' Surge

in Second Beats

Bullets Leafs Shut Out Canadians 5-0

PHILADELPHIA ()-The Phi-
ladelphia 76ers scored 20 straight
points in a four and one-half min-
ute surge in the second quarter
and went on to rout the Baltimore
Bullets 136-111 last night in a
National Basketball Association
game at the Spectrum.
Philadelphia trailed 37-32, when
Larry Costello started the surge
with a 32-foot set shot. Costello
scored eight points in the rally as
the 76ers went up 52-37.
Baltimore rallied in the third
period to twice slice the lead to
seven points at the 5:03 mark on
a layup by Jack Marin and at 4:16
on a field goal by Leroy Ellis.
The 76ers, however, surged
again, outscoring Baltimore 19-9
to the end of the third quarter for
a 106-89 lead.
Hal Greer with 27 points led the
76ers' scoring while Wilt Chamber-
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lain had 19 points, including 8 for 1
11 from the field, 22 rebounds and
13 assists.
* * *
CINCINNATI (P) - St. Louis
held Cincinnati to only one field
goal in 23 attempts in the third
quarter to rally from a seven-
point deficit and grab a 101-96
National Basketball Association
victory Wednesday night.
Joe Caldwell scored eight points
in the third quarter to lead the
Hawk's comeback that helped
them extend their winning streak
to three games.
The Hawks, off to their hottest
start in years now have a record
of 10-1
A combination of poor Royals'
shooting and a hustling Hawk
defense, prevented Cincinnati
from registering a field goal in
the first nine minutes and 10
seconds of the quarter.

St. Louis trailed 55-48 at the
half after the Royals' Happy
Hairston popped in 8 straight
field goals, but St. Louis rallied
to take the lead at 64-63 on a
free throw by Zelmo Beaty.
The Hawks were never headed
after that but the Royals nar-
rowed the margin to two points
at 75-73.
Caldwell and Lennie Wilkens
led the Hawks' scorers with 24
scorers were Jerry Lucas with 32
points and Hairston with 25.
4: * *
LOS ANGELES (P) - Willis
Reed scored a career high of 53
points and led the New York
Knicks to a 129-113 victory over
the Los Angeles Lakers yesterday
night in the National Basketball
Association.
The triumph enabled the Knicks
to break a six-game losing streak.
The 6-foot-10 veteran shatter-

ed the Lakers defense in leading
the knicks to only their second
victory in eight games.
High for the Lakers were Elgin
Baylor and Mel Counts with 23
and 22 points, respectively.
Los Angeles led throughout the
first half. Reed put on a brilliant
shooting display in the second
period with an assortment of
shots, pouring through 24 points.
But the Lakers held on to lead
at the half 61-57.
The Knicks caught the Lakers
in the third period when Cazzie
Russell joined Reed in ripping
the nets. New York led 90-85
after three periods.

NBA Standings

TORONTO (P)-Ancient Johnny
Bower shut out Montreal and two
other veterans, George Armstrong
and Frank Mahovlich, each scored

Boston
Piladelph
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore
xNew Yol
Los Angel(
San Franc
xSeattle
San Dieg
Chicago
x-late ga
St. Louis1
San Fran
Philadelph
New York
.San Diego
night

QB Cartwright Keel
Sailing With Doubi

Eastern Division one goal and assisted on two
Won Lost Pct. Behind others as Toronto walloped the
5 0 1.000 Canadiens 5-0 in a National
hia 6 1 .857 l Hockey League game yesterday.
i 5 4 .556 2 The Maple Leafs, who beat the
3 4 .375 3I Canadiens for the Stanley Cup
rk 1 6 .143 5 in the NHL playoffs last spring,
isco 8 4 .660 2 broke the scoreless game wide
2 6 .250 6' open with three goals inside of
o 1 7 .127 71f, five minutes midway through the
o 9 .000 9 second period. That was more than
me not included. enoupgh for Bower, who is one
101, Cincinnati 96 week away from his 43rd birthday.
cisco 137,eBaltre 111 It was the 32nd career NHL shut-
* 129, Los Angeles 113 out for the veteran goalie.
vs. Seattle at Portland, Ore., * * *
MINNEAPOLIS- ST. PAUL (P)
- Pittsburgh moved into sole
ii.e 11 possession of second place in the
ps i itu e West Division of the National
L [Hockey League yesterday night,
Threat whipping the Minnesota north
Stars 4-.
The Penguins took a 2-0 lead
an of UCLA." in the first period before the
ght already has surpass- North Stars could get going in
ack in the number of front of a home crowd.
passes thrown and is Minnesota made it 2-1 on a
)proaching the Heisman goal by Andre Boudreas midway
vinner's record of 1,892 in the second period, but Andy,
ned through the air in a Bathgate's eighth goal of the
son. Said Coach Elias, season gave Pittsburgh a 3-11
the poise under pressure lead.
or his receiver to come Paul Andrea scored first for
the ability to damage the Pittsburgh with Minnesotasshort.
with his running if they Keith McCreary made it 2-0 at
iturday, Cartwright will 801 of the first period.
ance to prove just how After Boudreaus' goal, Bath-
e he has when the Mid- gate scored unassisted from 25
se tenth ranked Notre feet out. Art Stratton finished up
the Pittsburgh scoring at 2:25 of
the final period on a power play.

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NOW for the following committees:

By The Associated Press
John Cartwright, Navy's most
exciting quarterback since Heis-
man Trophy winning Roger Stau-
back, was described by his coach,
Bill Elias as, "The best quarter-
back in this country."
The six-foot, 190-pound senior
from Sharon Hill, Pa. was named
college football back of the week
by the Associated Press as he led
the Middies to a come-from-be-
hind 22-21 victory over Pittsburgh
last Saturday. Cartwright ran for
two touchdowns and passed for a
third, which prompted Pitt coach
Dave Hart to comment that,
"Cartwright hurt us more than

Gary Beba
Cartwrig
ed Stauba
touchown
rapidly aP
Trophy w
yards gain
single sea
"He has t
to wait fo
open andt
opposition
don't."
This Sa
get a cha
much pois
dies oppo
Dame.

FRANK MAHOVLICH
Ron Stewart scored in the first
period to start the fireworks and
give veteran goalie Glenn Hall
a little elbow room in the St.
Louis nets. Hall responded by
blanking the Bruins through most
of the game.
Ross Lonsberryl ruined Hall's
shutout with about two minutes
left in the game. Lonsberry sliced}
a 30-fott shot past Hall just be-
fore Bob Plager of the Blues hit
him with a solid body check.
It was the best showing by the
fledgling St. Louis team since it
began its NHL competition this
fall. The Blues have been hover-
ing near the bottom of the West
Division of the league, the divis-
ion with all the expansion teams.

JOHNNY BOWER

NHL Standings

1

Detroit
xNew Yorl
Montreal
Boston
Toronto
Chicago

West Division
East Division
W L T Pts.
6 2 1 13
k 5 6 3 13
5 2 2 12
5 2 1 11
5 4 0 10
0 9 .01

GF GA
32 246
33 21
22 20
32 21
31 20
D00 9

Western Division
St. Louis 101, Cincinnati 96
Los Angeles 4 3 2 10
Pittsburgh 4 6 1 9
Philadelphia 3 3 1 7
xCaliornia 2 5 2 6
St. Louis 2 5 2 6
M avinnesota 2 4 2 6
x-Late game not included.

27
30
14
23
9
17

28
30
17
30
21
27

Results
Torin
Toronto 5, Montreal 0
St. Louis 5, Boston 1
Pittsburgh 4, Minnesota I
New York at California, night

I

Navy Coach Prepares Recipe
For Victory Over Notre Dame
ANNAPOLIS, Md. ())-If the Notre Dame the last two years." view that the 47-7 lashing of Illi-
two ingredient recipe Navy Foot- -espite the fact that they even- nois the week after a loss to
ball coach Bill Elias has for beat- tualy were able to overpower us Southern California was the
infi Notre Dame is correct, the both times," the Navy head coach turning point for the Notre Dame
Midshipmen may be in for a rough said. "I don't know whether they season.
day Saturday. will be able to do the same thing "We felt we could either bounce
"The only way Southern Cali- this year." back after disappointing loss or
fornia and Purdue have beaten Notre Dame will go into game at go the other way," Parseghian
Notre Dame is with the forward South Bend, Ind., a heavy favorite, said. "We did play a good game
pass," Elias said at his weekly despite the fact that both schools though."
meeting with newsmen yesterday. carry 4-2 records into the game Elias apparently doesn't be-
. Then, after a moment's pause, and that quarterbacks John Cart- lieve the Irish ever need to
he added quietly, "and with a good wright of Navy and Terry Han- "bounce back."
strong defense," Navy may be ratty of the Irish are tied for sixth They would be 8-0 right now
okay in the first point. Its passing place among the nation's passers had they not dropped two passes
attack has been its strong point with 80 completions each. in the end zone," he said, ad-
this season, with the Midshipmen Navy losses have come to Rice mitting that Notre Dame is a
moving 1,046 y'ards through the and William and Mary, while the team without weakness.

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