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Thursday, February 12, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, February 12, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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upsets

Gamecocks

Celts axe Knicks for third time;
last minute Leaf goal ties Habs

By The Associated Press
C O LU M BI A, S. C. - Bryan
rian shot Davidson from a 10
oint halftime deficit to a 68-62
pset victory over second ranked
South Carolina last night in a
game that shattered the Game-
cocks' 17-game winning streak.
Trailing 29-19 at halftime after
rwking only six of 26 attempts
Am the, floor, the Wildcats hit
16 of 23 for 69.6 per cent in the
second half' while muscular' Mike
Maloy, Doug Cook aind Jerry Kroll
effectively bottled up South Caro-
lina's massive front line.
Adrian scored 26 points, 22 in
t e second half when he hit his
rst eight shots, to lead the come-
back by the 13th ranked Wildcats.
Meanwhile, South Carolina's John
Roche was scoring 34 points, in-
cluding 16, of 16 from the foul
line, but was getting .little help
from his teammates.

Owens, the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference's leading rebounder, had
only two points and five recov-
eries.
The shorter but more muscular
Wildcats, who lead the Southern
Conference, equalled the rebound-
ing total of the Gamecocks total
of 33.«
Bonnies bounce
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J.-Paced
by Bob Lanier's 37 points St. Bon-
aventure's fourth-ranked basket-
bell team trounced Seton Hall last
night for its 16th victory against
one loss.
Lanier hit on 12 of 29 from the
field and 13 of 16 from the foul
line. He also pulled down 16 re-
bounds.
The Hall led in early going on
sharpshooting by Frank. Cortes.
But when the score was 23-18 in

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its favor with 11:07 to go in the
first half, the Bonnies ripped off
nine straight as Mike Kull hit a
jumper, Lanier made two fouls
and a three-point play, and Matt
Gantt tapped in a basket.
The Pirates never regained the
lead as Lanier dominated play un-
der the backboards.
Cortes was high scorer for the
Hall with 23 points. Teammate
Mel Knight had 22.
iSeton Hall Is now 18-11.
* * '*
LSU continues
BATON ROUGE, La.-Louisiana
State took its 14th victory in 20
starts by defeating the University
of Florida 94-85 last night in
Southeastern Conference action.
The Tigers, after trailing 43-42
at the half, outscored the Gators
52-42 in the second half.
Pete Maravich,'the nation's top
scorer and basketball's all-time
collegiate scoring leader, lifted his
career total to 3,244 with 38
points in the game-10 below his
season average.
Andy Owens was tops for the
Gators with 30 points, while team-
mate Jerry Hoover had 22.
The loss dropped Florida to 7-15
for the season and 4-8 in the SEC.
LSU is 7-3 in the SEC.
* * *
Pacers win
INDIANAPOLIS - Roger Brown
and Bob Netolicky powered t If
Indiana Pacers to a 142-132 Amer-
ican Basketball association victory
over the Washington Caps Wed-
nesday night.
Brown tossed in 32 points and
Netolicky 31 as the Pacers broke
open a tight game by outscoring
the Caps 48-39 in the fourth per-
iod.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Rookie Jo Jo
White and John Havlicek led the
Boston Celtics to a 125-118 over-
time victory over shorthanded New
York despite 40 points by the
Knicks' Willis Reed in a National
Basketball Association g a m e last
night.
The loss was only the second in
the last 13 games for New York,
which played without injured Bill
Bradley and ill Walt Frazier. Bos-
ton thus became the first team
to beat the Knicks three times
this season.
After Reed scored the last of his
points, a jump shot with 10 sec-
onds left in regulation time for
a 111-109 New York lead, White
sent the game into overtime with
a driving layup three second later.
Baskets by Bailey Howell and
Havlicek put Boston ahead 115-111
in the extra period and White add-.
9d four more points, Howell four
and Havlicek two to hold off the
Knicks.
Havlicek finished with 30 points
and White 26. Cazzie Russell, who
missed a last-second jump shot in
regulation time, added 24 for New
York.
* * *
MONTREAL - Mike Walton's
second goal of the game with 43
seconds left to play gave the Tor-
onto Maple Leafs a 3-3 tie with
the Montreal Canadiens in a Na-
tional Hockey League game last
night.
Walton slipped the tying goal -
his 17th of the season - past
Montreal's Rogatien Vachon at
19:17 of the final period with Jim
Harrison and Jim McKenny as-
sisting.
Serge Savard had given the
Canadiens the lead 7:40 into the
final period on a feed from Jac-
ques Laperrier.
The teams hadswapped single
goals in each of the first two per-
iods.
Ralph Backstrom got the Cana-
diens off in front with his 15th
goal of the year at 2:06 of the
opening period. Then Walton's
power play goal 11/2 minutes later
tied it for the Leafs.
In the second period, goalie
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Bruce Gamble assisted on R o n
Ellis' 24th goal of the year at 2:08
and the edge stood up until 16:221
of the period when Mickey Red-j
mond's 19th of the season tied1
it again.
Pistons p ummeled
OMAHA, Neb. - Connie Dierk-1
ing and Tom Van Arsdale led a
rally by the Cincinnati Royals in
the last 9-l/% minutes of National]
Basketball Association action lastt
night in a 124-113 victory over thea
Detroit Pistons.1
Hazvks holler
CHICAGO - Stan Mikita scor-
ed three goals and had four as-

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sists to pace the Chicago Black
Hawks to a 7-1 victory over the
Pittsburgh Penguins in a fight-
filled national Hockey League
game last night.
The victory, Chicago's fifth in
a row over the Penguins, moved
the Black Hawks to within a point
of the idle Detroit Red Wings in
the race for fourth place in the
Eastern Division.
Mikita, who now has 13 NHL
hat tricks picked up his first goal
of the night midway in the second
period to break a 1-1 tie that had
been gained on first period goals
by Dean Prentice and Chicago's
Bobby Hull. Mikita concluded his
performance with his 30th and
31st goals of the year in the last
period.

The agony
of Evansville

By ERIC SIEGEL
MICHIGAN COACH Johnny- Orr is usually not prone to
criticize the efforts of his Wolverine cagers. In fact, Orr
usually manages to find quite a bit to praise his boys about,
even when they lose.
Well, all that was changed after Tuesday night's debacle at
Evansville, where the Wolverines turned the game over to
the Purple Aces by a score of 78-73. Orr was succinct, and
highly critical, in- his appraisal of Michigan's performance
during the game.
"It was the worst game we've played all year," Orr com-
mented. "We weren't alert. We had a distinct lack of deter-
mination. We showed no fire. Nothing."
Orr's comments went right to the heart of the matter, but
the Michigan cage mentor could have said even more. He could
have said that the Wolverine's play was generally lackadaisical
and quite often disgraceful. He could have said that a team
that displayed the lack of alertness, and lack of determination
that was so apparent in the Wolverines' performance shouldn't
have even bothered showing up on the court.
Forget that the Wolverines hit less than 37 percent
of their field goal attempts. Any team can have an off night.
Event forget that the Wolverine managed to hit only 50 per-
cent of their free throws. Some nights the ball just won't go in
the basket no matter where you are when you shoot it.
BUT THAT STILL doesn't explain the fact that Michigan
committed more turnovers in each half against the Purple
Aces than they did during the entire game against Northwestern
Saturday. Nor does it explain the fact that almost every ball
that went out of bounds went to Evansville, or that the Wol-
verines failed to put their fast break in gear and didn't get back
on defense.
True, the Wolverines were without the services of Rodney
Ford, who twisted his knee in a practice session Monday after-
noon, and Rick Bloodworth was suffering from a toe injury.
Ford's injury especially hurt the Maize and Blue on their fast
. break, as the 6-4 center is usually one of the first men down
the court, despite the factthat he spends a lot of time under
the basket.
But the effects of these injuries should not be dwelled upon,
as Bill Fraumann, subbing for Ford, turned in a fine perform-
ance, scoring 12 points and compiling 16 rebounds, and Blood-
worth hasn't been starting lately, anyway.
Besides, whatever effects the injuries had should have been
1 offset by the absence of Layne Holmes, the Purple Aces'
second-leading scorer and one of their top rebounders, who
was suspended the morning of the game.
EVEN WITH Holmes, however, Evansville would hardly
have been a super team. The Purple Aces simple don't have
that much talent. Going into the game, the Aces sported a
meager 9-10 record against a schedule composed largely, of so-
so teams.
Don Buse is a case in point. Buse, a 6-3 sophomore, is a
decent player - he might even be considered a good player
- but he is not good enough to steal the ball eight times in a
game without a lot of help from the players he's stealing from.
Steve "The Whale" Welmer is another example of the
Aces' mediocre talent. Welmer, a 245 pound giant, used his
size to good advantage under the boards. But he should not '
have been allowed to maneuver around enough to grab the ball
after it bounced off the, backboard and outside the foul lanes.
The difference was that Buse and Welmer wanted the ball, and
the Wolverines didn't.
Michigan has stayed with, and beaten, teams that are ten
times better than Evansville. They should have trumped the
Purple Aces Tuesday night and run them. clear off the court.
They certainly had the talent to do it. That they didn't is one
of the sad things about the trip to Evansville.
THE OTHER is that the Wolverines, in losing to the
Purple Aces, muffed a chance to gather up some momentum
for the last month of the season. After thumping Northwestern
Saturday, a strong performance .two nights ago would have giv-
en them a head of steam to carry them into the remaining seven
games on their schedule.
As it is, the loss left the Wolverines with a 7-10 mark.
In concrete terms, this means they've got to win six of those
seven to match last year's 13-11 record, and go 5-2 to finish
at the break even point for the season.
With home-and-home games scheduled against Wisconsin,
Minnesota and Indiana, plus an away game against Toledo, it
looks like the Wolverine cagers have a long road to hoe.

-Associated Press
GAMECOCK TOM OWENS (24) can't seem to find the handle
as Wildcat Bryan Adrian (14) attempts to grab the object of at-
tention. In the background expecting a pass in South Carolina's
Tom Riker (51) as Davidson upset number two ranked South
Carolina, 68-62.

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PILOTS STAY:
Seattle franchise intact

CHICAGO (Ao) - The American
League reaffirmed last night that
the Seattle Pilots baseball fran-
chise will remain there for at least
1970 but turned down an appli-
cation for its operation by a civic
group headed by hotel executive
Edward Carlson.
While American League owners
continued in session in their
wrestle for financing the Pilots,
Carlson said, "We have obtained
our objective which was to keep
the franchise in Seattle no matter
what."
"Although we have met the com-

mitments that the league wanted,
they now have not been found to
be satisfactory and our formal ap-
plication was turned down," Carl-
son said.
During the apparently stormy
afternoon discussions, the current
Seattle general manager, Marvin
Milkes, stormed out of the session.
It was reported he was miffed
when talk of a possible American
League trusteeship to run the
Seattle club would oust him in
favor of a man designated by the
AL.

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Boston
Montreal
Detroit
Chicago
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St. Louis
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Oakland
Minnesota
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Professional Standings

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NHL
East Division
30 10 10
29 12 12
28 12 13
26 16 8
26 18 7
21 21 9
West Division
24 20 7
13 21 18
17 26 S
14 30 8
10 25 15
9 36 5

Pt. GF GA
70 179 113
-70 202 158
69 180 132
60 150 133
59 160 116
51 153 152
55 152 123
44 136 157
42 123 169
36 112 172
35 142 175
23 107 194

Western Division
Atlanta 35 28 .565
Los. Angeles 32 28 .533
Phoenix 29 34 .460
San Francisco 26 34 .433.
Chicago 27 36 .429
Seattle 24 37 .393
San Diego 19 37 .339
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 127, Phoenix 120
Cincinnati 124, Detroit 113
Boston 125, New York 118, o.t.
Atlanta at San Diego, inc.
Los Angeles at San Francisco, inc.
Baltimore at Seattle, inc.
Today's Games
Phoenix at Chicago
Atlanta at Los Angeles

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Tuesday's Results
No games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Toronto 3, Montreal 3
New York at Los Angeles, inc.
Boston 3, St. Louis 2
Chicago 7, Pittsburgh 1
Minnesota at Oakland, inc.
Thursday's Games
Toronto at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Detroit
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Eastern Division
W L Pc
ew York 49 13 .7
Milwaukee 43 19 .
altimore 38 23 .
hiladelphia 31 30 .5
oston 26 34 .4
incinnati 28 37 .4
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Bowling Green 65, Kent State 56
Toledo 69, Detroit 64
Virginia 71, Maryland 69
Temple 101, Pittsburgh 72
Penn State 77, Bucknell 62
St. Bonaventure 103, Seton Hall 83
Mississippi 83, Vanderbilt 78
Lake Forest 63, Chicago 57
Louisiana State 94, Florida 85
Davidson 68, South Carolina 62
Duquesne 100, DePaul 76
Syracuse 101, Connecticut 80
Cleveland State 117, Walsh 96
Akron 83, Illinois State 60

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