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Sunday, March 29, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, March 29, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Red

wings,

Bruins

tie,
By The Associated Press

5-5

RECORDS FALL:
Hoosiers grab third straight
NCAA swimming crown

BOSTON - Bobby Orr's goal
with less than four minutes to
play salvaged a 5-5 tie for the'
Boston Bruins against the Detroit
Red Wings yesterday in a seesaw
game which further tightened the:
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daily
sports

National Hioc ey League's renziea
East Division race. NIGHT EDITOR:
Orr skated in from the right, RICKEY CORNFELD1
took a pass from Phil Esposito
and blasted a 25-footer past De-
troit goalie Roger Crozier for his enough for the Canadiens, un-
31st goal of the season at 16:04. beaten in the last nine games. But
The brilliant Boston defenseman the slumping Rangers, who have,
also assisted on two earlier goals, won only one game in the last 14:
raising his league-leading point and slipped from first to fifth,1
total to 112. struck back.
The tie left the leading Bruins Tkaczuk converted a pass from
two points ahead of Chicago and Dave Balon at 17:43 for the tying
lifted the fourth-place Red Wings goal, ending 57 minutes frustra-
to within one point of third-place tion against Vachon.
Montreal, pending the results of ,
last night games.
Detroit's Garry Unger and Bos- Hawks knotted

Special To The Daily
SALT LAKE CITY - As t he
1970 NCAA Swimming and Diving
Championships drew to a close
yesterday, it was evident t h a t
Indiana would remain master of
the waves for another year.
Although no one really doubted
it - the Hoosiers possessed far too
much depth - the earlier defeats
of Mark Spitz and Gary Hall
brought the haughty Hoosiers
back into the realm of mortal
swimmers.
In part of yesterday's competi-
tion, Michigan's Juan Bello and
Byron MacDonald finished fourth
and fifth respectively in the 100-
yard butterfly in a tight race with
Spitz. The Hoosier star took his

ton's Esposito, who went into the
game tied with Stan Mikita of
Chicago for the NHL goal-scoring
lead, both tallied their 40th of the!
season, while Frank Mahovlick of
the Red Wings also had a big
game with a goal and three assists.

Wings observe Bruin tally

GABLE SUFFERS FIRST LOSS
Iowa State clinches ma

-Associated Press
T title

Rangers deadlock Habs
MONTREAL - Walt Tkaczuk's
goal with 2:17 left in the game
salvaged a 1-1 tie for New York
against Montreal last night, as the
red-hot National Hockey League's
East Division race turned into its
final week of the season.
Goaltenders Ed Giachomin of
New York and Rogatien Vochon of
Montreal had staged a brilliant
scoreless duel through the first
2 12 periods. Both teams had good
chances to score only to have the
goalies repeatedly come up with
sharp, s o m e t i m e s spectacular
saves.
Then, Pete Mahovlich finally
broke through Giachomin to give
the Canadiens the lead with 8:33
left to play. J. C. Tremblay and
Yvan Cournoyer assisted on the
goal.
That, looked like it would be

T first and last gold medal of the
TORONTO - The scrappy To- Finals with a 49.82, just shy of
ronto Maple Leafs battled Chicago # his mark of last year in the event.
to a 1-1 tie last night, preventing Bello competed at 50.70 with Mac-
the Black Hawks from moving Donald in his wake at 50.94.
into a share of the National
Hockey League East Division lead. Freshman Mitch Ivey of Long
The deadlock kept the Black Beach State set a new record of
Hawks one point back of Boston, 1:52.77 in the 200-yard bat k-
the East leader. The Bruins tied stroke, breaking Charlie Hickox's
Detroit 5-5 in an afternoon game, old mark of 1:53.60. Hall was se-
The only goals of the game cond and Jack Horsley third for
came less than one minute apart Indiana.
late in the first period-both on Michigan's Gary Kinkead placed
power plays. second to Hoosier Larry Barbiere
The Leafs struck first with Paul in the consolation match to gain
Hendersonrscoring his 20th goal an eighth for the Wolverines. Kin-
of the year on a feed from Dave kead swam a 1:58.22 to Barbiere's
Keon. It came with Chicago's 1:56.86.
Doug Jarrett sitting out a hook- Stanford's Brian Job led the
ing penalty. field in the 200-yard breaststroke
Henderson's goal came at 15:32 with a record effort of 2:05.99 to
of the opening period and 47 sec- surpass the mark that he had set
onds later, Toronto's Pat Quinn just three hours earlier in the
went off for holding. It took the qualifying heats.
Hawks just seven seconds to even Bello turned the tables on In-
the score with Pit Martin scoring diana's almost unbeatable Mark
his 26th of the season on feeds by Spitz to take the 200-yard f r e e-
Gerry Pinder and Stan Mikita. style event in the second day of
After that, the goalies took over the Championships.
with Tony Esposito of the Hawks Bello's effort netted 16 points
and Mary Edwards of the Leafs for Michigan, which remained in
preserving the tie. fifth place with a total of 80.

Special To The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill. - Iowa State
clinched its second straight team
title in the NCAA wrestling cham-
pionship even before the cham-
pionship rounds were held last
night at Northwestern, but the
news from McGaw Hall was not
of Cyclone victory.
It was of Cyclone defeat as
r Iowa State's Dan Gable had his
remarkable 181 '.victory string
broken, in his final collegiate
match by sophomore Larry Owings
of Washington in the 142-pound
finals.
Gable entered his championship
bout after scoring five victories
by pins in the tournament to bring
his fall total to 108, but Owings
was ready and defeated the Cy-
clone senior 13-11.
Iowa State ended with three na-
tional champions and 99 points.
Defending champion Jason Smith
at 167 and Chuck Jean at 177 re-
peated, and Dave Martin won the
158 division championship.
Michigan State's only entree in-
to the finals, Greg Johnson, took
the 118-pound championship from
Ralph Staff of Oklahoma State.
That set the Spartans in position
for second place with 84 points.
Oregon State finished third with
80 points, Oklahqma State was
fourth with 79, Iowa placed a dis-
The Michigan Rugby teams
played to ties with the Cleve-
land Blues yesterday at Cleve-s
land. The Blue team's contest
was deadlocked at three while
the Gold's was played to a 0-0
draw.

tant fifth with 45, and Oklahoma
was sixth with 44. Michigan fin-
ished in the top ten with 19 points.
In the wrestlebacks, held yes-
terday afternoon, Michigan's Jerry
Hoddy faced Oklahoma's Mark
Cachero at 118. The bout, tied 1-1
at the end of regulation and 1-1
at the end of the overtime period,.
had to be decided on a referee's
decision. Hoddy got the loss for a
fourth place finish.
The other Wolverine in the
consolations, 167-pounder J e s s e
Rawls, was narrowly# beaten by
JohnCaccia of Idaho State, 3-2
and also ended fourth.
Both the Keller brothers won
for Oklahoma State. Dwayne at
126 pounds decisioned freshman
Randy Paine of . Pittsburgh 8-0.
DarrelL- at 134 pounds trounced
Joel Carstensen of Iowa 12-2.
Oklahoma's Mike Grant success-
fully defended his title at 150
pounds, beating Robert Ferraro
of Indiana State. At 158, the Cy-
clone's Martin edged Bruce Tram-
mell of Ohio University. The next
two weights were Cyclone vic-
tories also with Smith taking out
Phil Henning of Iowa 8-7, and
Jean beating Jim Crumley from
Oregon State.
In the top two weights Geoff
Baum of Oklahoma State squash-
ed Bob Rust of Syracuse 9-1, and,
Jess Lewis took the heavyweight
crown again, this time by deci-
sioning Greg Wojeichowski from
Toledo.
In the consolation finals-yester-
day afternoon, Iowa State picked
up 16 points which assured them
of the title. Michigan State went
wild and grabbed 38 points, but

the potential to catch the Cy-
clones was gone.
The key match for the Spartans
was at 177 where MSU droppedl
two points and out of the race with
Iowa State when Ben Cooper of
Southern Illinois defeated Gerald
Malecek 6-3.
That left only second up for
grabs between Michigan State
with 81, Oregon State with 77, and
Oklahoma State with 70.
Both Iowa, State and Oklahoma
State advanced four into the;
finals, whle Oregon State had two
and Michigan State one. Defend-
ing champions in the finals for
Iowa State were Gable, Smith,
and Jean, plus top-seeded Martin.
Oklahoma's bid for second rest-
ed on the Kelller brothers, Dwayne
and Darrell, and Stapp and Baum.
Finalists for Oregon State were
Crumley and Lewis. MSU had
Johnson, who upset top-seeded
John Miller of Oregon in.the semi-
finals Friday night.
Links-men 6ffh
Mia-mifinale
Special To The Daily
MIAMI - After the last eigh-
teen holes of the Miami Invita-
tional Golf Tournament, the Wol-
verines placed a strong sixth out
of 85 schools with 1226 strok-
es.
The winner of the tourney was
the University of Florida, whose
stroke total was 1178. Florida
State University finished second
and the University of M i a m i
was third.
For the Wolverines, Captain
Randy Erskine, who came into
yesterday's round with a 226, shot
a 79 to give him a total of 305.
Keith Mohan, who also had a
respectable score at 227, shot an
84 to give him a 311 final score.
This;was good enough to give him
the second lowest score of the
Wolverine golfers.
For the last two days of the
Tournament, the two sophomores,
Gary Balliet and Pete Clark play-
ed well and helped the team place
respectably high in the tourna-
ment, the first of the year for the
Wolverines.

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7

HAWKS DOWN BULLS
Atlanta takes 2-0 lead in NBA playoffs

RADICAL COLLEGE
FACULTY AND STUDENTS
OPEN GENERAL MEETING

ATLANTA RAP)-Six players hid!
in double figures last night as the
Atlanta Hawks crushed Chicago
124-104 and took a 2-0 lead in the
National Basketball Association's
Western Division semifinal play-
offs.
The Hawks, winning their eighth
straight game, saw a 24-point lead
in the second quarter evaporate
to 13 at halftime but then they.
quickly pulled away again early in
the third quarter, turning the'
game into a rout.
Atlanta led 110-77 with almost
10 minutes left in the game and
reserves played most of the re-
maining time.
Lou Hudson led the scoring
parade with 30 points and Joe
Caldwell had 23.
Walt Bellamy and Walt Haz-
zard scored 18 each, Bill Bridges
14 and Butch Beard came off the
bench to score 12 as the Hawks
continued their torrid shooting.
Big Tom Boerwinkle paced the
Bulls with 23 points.
Bridges sank a pair of free
throws to break a 9-9 deadlock
with 7:44 left in the opening quar-
ter and Atlanta had the lead for
good.
The Hawks moved to a 38-25
lead after one quarter and built
that to 59-35 with 3:31 left in the
half before Jerry Sloan and Boer-
winkle combined for 11 points to
cut the margin to 61-48 at half-
time.

But the Hawks streaked away 80 with about eight minutes left
from Chicago again in the third in the game.
quarter when Hazzard and Cald- Bellamy pulled down 14 re-
well each scored 12 points and bounds and Bridges had 13 while
Hudson 10 H a z z a r d also contributed 13
Atlanta's greatest lead was 116- assists.
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SUNDAYS

8 P.M.

EAST QUAD

EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Yesterday's Results
Washington 7, Atlanta 2
Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2
Houston 5, Minnesota 4
Los Angeles 1, New York N 0, sixteen
innings
Montreal 9, Kansas City 0 -
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 4, ten
innings
Chicago A 7, Pittsburgh B 3
Chicago N 10, San Diego 5
Baltimore 6, New York A 0
Boston 5, Detroit 3
California 4, Cleveland 3
Seattle 19, Oakland 1

NBA PLAYOFFS
Yesterday's Games
Western Division Semifinals
Atlanta 124, Chicago 104, Atlanta
best of 7 series 2-0
Today's Games
Eastern Division Semifinals
Baltimore at New York, New York
leads best of 7 series, 2-0
Western Division Semifinals
Phoenix at Los Angeles, Los Angeles
leads best of 7 series 1-0
Tomorrow's Games
Eastern Division Semifinals
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Boston 38 16 18 94
Chicago 42 21 8 93
Montreal 37 19 15 89
Detroit 37 20 14 88
New York 35,21 15 85
Toronto 29 29 13 71
West Division
aSt. Louis 35 27 10 80
Pittsburgh 25 36 11 60
Philadelphia 17 32 24 58
Oakland 21 38 13 55
xMinnesota 15 34 22 52
xLos Angeles 12 50 10 34
a-Clinched division title
x--Late game not included
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 5, Boston 5
New York at Montreal, Inc.
Chicago 1, Toronto 1
Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 1
Minnesota at Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Games
Montreal at New York
Toronto at Chicago

GF GA
4265 205
3230 162
234 180
224 182
5229 176
1216 226

Boston at Detroit
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Minnesota at Oakland, afternoon
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Kentucky
Carolina

ABA
Eastern Division
W L
55 19
40 34
37 38
36 39
24 51
21 54
Western Division
44 33
n 42 34

213 171 New York
171 224 Pittsburgh
196 219 .Miami
159 228
203 247 Denver
157 278 Washington

Pct.
.743
.541
.493
.480
.320
.280
3.57
.553

GB
15
18112
20
311%-
34t
3
4w
6%

Dallas 40 36 z5
Los Angeles 39 37 .5
New Orleans 37 38 .4
a-Clinched division title.
Yesterday's Results
Kentucky 101, Carolina 98
New Orleans 100, New York 92
Denver 150, Dallas 126
Today's Games
New York at Miami
Carolina at Kentucky

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513
498

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SOUND

Summer
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Cleveland
Undergraduate and grad-
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to 9 semester hours of
credit during the seven-
week term at Case West-
ern Reserve University
(June 22-Aug. 7).
For further information,
write to the Office of
the Summer Session, Case
Western Reserve Univer-
sity, Cleveland, 0 h i o
44106.

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