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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 7, 1967

PAGE111 1111 EIHTTH MC IG N AIYTHRSAY DCMBR .16

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J.S. Soccer Body Recognizes
'Outlaw' National Pro League

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ON THE PRO SCENE:

Wings Earn

Tie on

Ullman's Goal

By The Associated Press
LONDON,-Roy Peskett, London
representative for the United
States Soccer Football Association,
governing body of the sport in
America, indicated yesterday that
recognition had been extended to
the National Professional Soccer
League, hitherto considered as
outlaw.
In New York a spokesman for
the NPSLr said "no comment." The
NPSL has an $18 million anti-trust
suit pending against the USSFA
and the league that it recognizes
the United Soccer Association.
The NPSL and USA have been
conducting merger talks but offi-
cials at both offices, who declined
to be.quoted directly, said any an-
nouncement now of a merger was
premature.

The USSFA spokesman said
each league would operate sepa-
rately and would have 10 teams,
with the league champions meet-
ing to determine the North Amer-
ican professional soccer champion-
ship.
Dennis Fellows, secretary of the
English Football ,Association, said;
an American merger could lead to
lifting the one-year suspensions
that have been directed against a

market for players who no longer y The Associated Press
would run the risk of being sus- NEW YORK (:)-Norm Ullman's
pended. third period goal earned the De-
The San Francisco situation was troit Red Wings a 3-3 deadlock
clarified recently when the USA
team there merged with the Van- ith the New York Rangers last]
couver team and left the field to night in a National Hockey League
the Oakland Bays. At last report game.
there would be only one team in The tie kept the third-place'
each of the other cities except for Wings one point ahead of New
Chicago where two may operate. York in the NHL's East Division
The USA spokesman said the race.

Leafs, Stars Tie
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (P)-
Minnesota and Toronto dueled to
a 1-1 National Hockey League tie
last night in a hard-skatting game
featuring goalies Johnny Bower
of the Maple Leafs and Gary Bau-
man of the North Stars.
The North Stars scored in the
first period and the Leafs in the
second.
Minnesota outshot Toronto 30-

half dozen English players who ap- merger was settled at a meeting
peared with the NPSL last season of officials of both leagues who
and then returned to England. will meet again next Monday and
Peskett said the NPSL has then send representatives to
agreed to accept the jurisdiction Zurich to finalize the agreement
of the Federation International with Sir Stanley Rouse, president
de Football Association, known asw
FIFA. This would permit the of the FIFA, the world governing
NPSL to compete in the world body of soccer.

Ullman scored the tying goal 18, but that was not a true re-
midway in the final period, send- flection of this up-and-down con-
ing a rebound home after Ranger test. Both Bauman and Bower had
goalie Ed Giacomin stopped Bruce to come up with several spectacu-
MacGregor's shot. lar saves on breakaways by the1

Gordie Howe's rebound shot,
from a goal-mouth scramble tied
it 2-2' early in the period, but
Reg Fleming sent the Rangers in
front one minute later on a de-
flection of Wayne Hillman's drive
from the point.
Edwards, a 30-year-old rookie,
was brilliant in the Wings' cage,
stopping 30 shots over the last two
periods. Giacomin finished with 31
saves in the Ranger nets.

hard-charging offenses.
*, * * '
Hawks Romp
CHICAGO (R')-Four goals by
Stan Mikita paced the Chicago
Black Hawks to a 7-2 romp over
the Pittsburgh Penquins in a Na-
tional Hockey League game last
night.
Two goals also were scored by
Bobby Hull, who added an assist

and regained the lead in the from an 18-point deficit to a 108-
league's scoring race. He now has 107 National Basketball Associa-
21 goals and 12 assists for 33 tion victory last night.
points. Cunningham connected on six
Mikita, the defending NHL scor- of nine field goals and helped the
ing champion, ran his season 76er's take their first lead in the
mark to 15 goals with the first game early in the final quarter.
four - goal performance of his * *
career. He also added an assist on er
Hull's second goal. W s e d 'C b r
The victory moved Chicago into BALTIMORE-The Los Angeles
a fourth place tie with New York Lakers trailing by 16 points with
in the East Division. 9 z' minutes remaining, outscored
NHL Baltimore 30-4 in the next 612
East Division? minutes and romped to a 136-1-251
W L T Pts.
Boston 14 5 3 31 National Basketball Association
Toronto 13 7 4 30 victory yesterday.
Detroit 11 8 5 27 Jerry West led Los Angeles with
Chicagor 1 8 4 26 32 points, but it was Mel Counts
Montreal 8 11 5 21 who provided the impetus in the
est Division, 7 4 26 winning rally. The 7-foot center
xLos Angeles 11 9 3 25 scored 28 points in 27 minutes of
Pittsburgh 9 12 3 21 action, hitting 11 of 14 from the
Minnesota 7 10 6 20 floor and grabbing 12 rebounds.
xOakland 5 14 5 15* * *
xSt. Louis 5 15 2 12
x-Late game not included.
Yesterday's Results Boston Squeeks
Toronto 1, Minnesota 1, tie
Detroit 3, New York 3, tie BOSTON--Sam Jones scored 12
PhiagePia at Oaland, night of his 27 points in a last period
St. Louis at Los Angeles, night surge which carried the Boston
Today's Gam-es Celtics to a 115-113 National Bas-
Detroit at Montreal
New York at Boston ketball Association victory over
the New York Knickerbockers last
night.
Bing Dunks Bailey Howell shared scoring
honors with Jones 27 points and
DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons Tom Sanders added 21 for the
staged a 44-point final period to Eastern Division leaders.
bomb the Chicago Bulls 135-121 Cazzie Russell and Willis Reed
and extend their winning streak had 25 apiece for the Knicks and
to four straight in a National Howie Komives had 20.
Basketball Asociation game last
night Eastern Division

NORM ULLMAN

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FINAL 1967 FOOTBALL STATISTICS
Mich. Opp.
FIRST DOWNS 168 167
Rushing 97 109
Passing 66 49
Penalty 5 9
TOTAL NO. RUSHES 488 516
Net Yds Rushing 1635 1898
Passing 1302 1153
FORWARD PASSES AT'D 244 174
Completed 120 74
Intercepted by 14 13

PUNTS, NUN
Ave. Dista
KICKOFF, re
YARDS KIC
Punts
Kickoffs
FUMBLES
Ball Lost 1
PENALTIES,
Yards Pen,
RUSHING

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4BER 55 61
Lce 37.6 35.1
turned by 32 31
KS RET'D 999 849
384 317
615 532
22 28
by 16 15
Number 40 43
alized 443 388
Tr Gains Loss Net Av.
220 1032 27 1005 4.6
24 104 0 104 4.3
2 9 0 9 4.5
16 39 14 25 1.6
33 100 2 98 2.9
137 560 202 358 2.6
29 104 3 101 3.4
2 3 0 3 1.5
25 32 100 -68-2.7
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TOTALS
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26 256
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179

It was the Pistons' sixth victory in
their last seven games as they
halted the Bulls, who had won
three straight.
Dave Bing, the league's leading
scorer, drilled in 15 of his 40
points during the last quarter
flurry to turn the game into a
runaway after Chicago had led
63-56 at halftime.
Detroit began its comeback in
the third quarter to go ahead 91-
90 as Bing flipped in eight points
and Jimmy Walker seven.
Walker finished with 24 points
while Dave DeBusschere added 26
for the Pistons. Bob Boozer's 30
points were high for Chicago.
76ers Rally
CINCINNATI-Billy Cunningham
popped in 15 fourth-quarter points
to bring the Philadelphia 76er's

W L Pet. Behind
Boston 17 6 .739
Philadelphia 18 8 .692 Y2
Detroit 16 10 .615 2y
New York 12 15 .444 7
Baltimore 9 14 .391 8
Cincinnati 9 15 .375 82
Western Division
St. Louis 20 7 .741
San Francisco 20 8 .714 '
Los Angeles 15 11 .577 4
Chicago 8 19 .296 12
Seattle 7 20 .259 13
San Diego 5 23 .179 15%,
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 136, Baltimore 125
Philadelphia 108, Cincinnati 107
Boston 115, New York 113
Detroit 135, Chicago 121
Today's Game
San Diego at Chicago
* * *
Bucks Fall
NEW ORLEANS - Sharpshoot-
ing Erv Inniger sparked the Min-
nesota Muskies to a 119-113 Amer-
ican Basketball Association over-
time victory over New Orleans last
night in a clash of the loop's divi-
sion leaders.
Inniger scored 14 of his 26
points in the fourth period ena-
bling the Muskies to come from
behind to tie the Buccaneers 98-
98 at the end of regulation time.
In the overtime period, both
teams swapped baskets until the
last 1:30 when Mel Daniels popped

in two straight field goals and k
one free throw to give the Muskies
a five-point bulge.
Kentucky Downed
LOUISVILLE, Ky-The Indiana
Pacers scored 10 points in an over-
time period to defeat the Ken-
tucky Colonels 100-97 in an Amer-
ican Basketball Association game
last night.
Indiana, the Eastern Division
leader, led 71-69 at the close of the
third period before the Colonels
tied it at 90-all by the end of reg-
ulation play.
Bob Netolicky led the Pacers
with 26 points.
Anaheim Roars
HOUSTON-The Anaheim Ami-
gos scored 40 points in the third
quarter to spark them to a 124-100
victory over the Houston Mave-
ricks in an American Basketball
Association game last night.
The Amigos were sparked in the
first half by the shooting of Ben
Warley, who had four three-point
field goals, got 26 of his game-
high 30 points in the first half.
ABA
Eastern Division
W L Pct., Behind
Minnesota 17 6 .739
Indiana 17 7 ,708
Pittsburgh 13 12 520 5
New Jersey 10 12 .455 6%
Kentucky 8 15 .348 9
Western Division
New Orleans 17 6 .739
Denver 13 12 .520
Dallas 9 10 .474 6
Oakland 9 14 .391 8
Anaheim 5 18 .308 10%
Houstpn 7 16 .304 10
Yesterday's Results
Anaheim 124, Houston 100
Minnesota 119, New Orleans 113,
overtime
Indiana 100, Kentucky 97, overtime
Today's Games
Oakland at Pittsburg
Denver at Indiana

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