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Thursday, April 9, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Nine

Thursday, April 9, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Hawk.i
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Eric Nesterenko
set up a shorthanded goal and
then scored on an empty net
with 29 seconds to play to gile
the Chicago Black Hawks a
4-2 victory over Detroit last
night in the opening game of
t h e i r Stanley Cup quarter-!
final series.
Detroit, getting early penalty
advantage, grabbed a 1-0 lead at
2:39 of the first period on a goal
by Wayne Connelly. Doug Jar- t
rett drew a Chicago penalty at 55,
seconds and Doug Mohns pulled I
. another Chicago penalty at 2:40.
The Hawks put on a tremendous
series of rushes but were con-
stantly repelled by Detroit goalie
Roy Edwards who kicked out 18 of
19 shots on goal by the Hawks in
the first period. .
Chicago, however, scrambled to
a 1-1 tie on a goal by Pit Martin'
at .11:14 while Pete Stemkowski
was still serving a tripping penalty
for Detroit.
DetroIt's ageless., Gordie Howe
pulled the Wings within one goal
of the lead when he scored at
8:43 of the final period. The

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Hawks, however, held the Wings
in check until Detroit was forced
to pull Edwards out of the nets in
the final minutes, paving the way
for Nesterenko's clinching goal.
* *
Bruins outslug Rangers
BOSTON-Phil Esposito scored
three goals and Bobby Orr added
a pair of tallies as the Boston
Bruins blitzed the New York
Rangers 8-2 last night in a brawl-
ing opening game of their best-of-
seven East Division semifinals of
the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The wild, bruising encounter
was marred by five fights, includ-
ing three in the closing minutes
with the Rangers hopelessly out-
classed.
Leading 2-1 on a pair of first

period tallies by Esposito,. the
Bruins broke open the game with
a five-goal outburst in the second
session.
Penguins nip Seals
PITTSBURGH - Rookie Nick
Harbaruck, a native of Poland,
punched in a controversial goal
with just over seven minutes re-
maining to give the Pittsburgh
Penguins a 2-1 victory over the
Oakland Seals in the first game
of the National Hockey, League
quarter final playoffs last night.
The Penguins took a 1-0 lead
at 1:05 .of the period, six seconds
after Carol Vadnais was caught
hooking the, Penguins' Michele
Briere.
Jean Pronovost scored the- goal
after goalie Gary Smith pushed
out a rebound of a shot by Bob
Weytowich which landed on Pro-
novost's stick. The Penguin sopho-
more just flipped the puck back
into the center of the net.
The Seals tied the game at 9:26
of the period on a power play goal
by Gerry Ehman.
* * *
Blues dim North Stars
ST. LOUIS - Teri'y Crisp and
Ab McDonald scored two goals
apiece last night in propelling the
St. Louis Blues past the Minne-
sota North Stars 6-2 in the first
round of the National, Hockey
League Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Blues built a 3-0 lead in
the first period and were never
challenged after Crisp's first goal
opened a 4-1 lead after two min-
utes of the middle session.
After the North Stars matched
Blues scoring in the second period,'
first Crisp, then McDonald put
the issueout of range at 6-1 in
the first 5:28 of the final period.

FREEHAN HOME]
Niekro
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Bill Free-
han's two-run homer in the sev-
enth inning broke up a scoreless
duel between Detroit's Joe Niekro
and Washington's George Brunet
last night and led the Tigers to a
3-0 victory over the Senators.
Willie Horton led off with a
single against Brunet, who was
appearing with his eighth major
league . team. Horton moved up
on Jim Northrup's sacrifice and
scored behind Freehan's -homer, a
fly ball over the left field fence
just out of Frank Howard's reach.
The Tigers added a third run
in the inning on a walk to Don
Wert, Cesar Gutierrez' single off
Brunet and a wild pitch by re-
liever Horatio Pina. Brunet had
allowed two singles over the first
six innings.
Niek'ro, who had an 8-18 record
with.San Diego last year, pitched
out of three jams in the first six
inings in his American League
debut and wound up with a six
hitter. Three times the Senators
had the first two runners on base
in an inning.
Ken McMullen hit into force
playsin the first with twoton and
in the third with the bases loaded
and flied out with two on in the
sixth.

stymies Nats

game 2-2 with a homer in the1
eighth and drove in two more with 1
a ninth-inning double.
Loren Lee opened the ninth with
a single and moved to second on
Joe Hague's sacrifice. Julian Ja-
vier's third single of the game
scored Lee, chasing loser Billr
Stoneman: Carroll Sembera took
over for the Expos only to be
greeted by Dal Maxvill's run-scor-:
ing double.<
* * *
Birds edge Indians1
CLEVELAND-Mark Belanger'
two-run single capped a three-run
Baltimore spurt in the second in-
ning yesterday and led the Orioles
to a second straight victory, 3-2,
over the Cleveland Indians.
Mike Cuellar, who posted a 23-
11 record last year for the 1969
American League champion Ori-
oles, scattered five hits for his
first victory of 1970.
The Indians' runs came on Tony
Horton's first home run of the
season with none on in the fourth
and on pinch hitter Larry Brown's
triple and Eddie Leon's sacrifice
fly in the eighth.
Angels dunk Brewers
MILWAUKEE -Outfielder Bill
Voss drove in four runs with a:
triple, two doubles and a single
yesterday to pace the California-

Angels to a 6-1 victory over the
Milwaukee Brewers.
The left-handed hitting Voss
singled home the Angels' first run
in the first, doubled home a run
in the third and tripled to drive
in a run in the eighth. Voss'
ninth inning double accounted for
another run.
Milwaukee scored its first run
of the season in the seventh when
Tommy H a r p e r walked, stole
second and scored on a double by-
Russ Snyder.
Tom Murphy needed help, but
picked up his first victory of the
season. He was tagged for one run
on seven hits.

Iowa's Miller heads West;
Phils get Flood replacement
By The Associated Press
0 IOWA CITY-Ralph Miller resigned late yesterday afternoon
as head coach at the University of Iowa and accepted a similar post-
tion at Oregon State.
Miller, who Monday said he had withdrawn as a candidate for
the job, said Oregon State asked him yesterday morning to recon-
sider.
"After considerable consideration and discussion within my fain-
ily, it is our final decision to accept this new opportunity," he said
in a statement released here.
"It was a privilege to be a part of the University of Iowa and
to know the people of this state," he said. "These past six years will
always be warmly remembered."
" ST. LOUIS-The' contract of first baseman Guillermo Montanez
has been assigned, to the Philadelphia Phillies as compensation for
Curt Flood's failure to report, St.,Louis Cardinal general manager
Bing Devine said yesterday.
The 22-year-old Montanez is currently assigned to the Cardinals'
AAA farm club at Tulsa, Okla.
The Phillies also will have the right to choose an additional player
on Aug. 31, 1970 from he Cardinal organization who is not presently
on -the Cardinal 40-man roster, or who does not become a member
of the active St. Louis roster at any time up to that date, Devine said.
0 ST. LOUIS-National Hockey League commissioner Clarence
Campbell said yesterday he would not speculate on when defenseman
Teddy Green of the Boston Bruins will begin his 13-day suspension
for a stick-swinging brawl in an NHL exhibition.
A physician's report that Greene is fit to play was given in an
Ottawa courtroom, where Green is standing trial on a charge of com-
mon assault. He underwent three operations and missed the entire
NHL season with injuries suffered in his duel on the ice with Wayne
Maki of St. Louis.
0 CHICAGO-In the fourth inning, strapping Carlos May drilled
a clean single over second base, the first Chicago White Sox hit of
the 1970 season Tuesday.
That slashing blow off Minnesota ace Jim Perry was May's first
in regular major league play since his right thumb was shattered
to a stub in a mortar accident at a Marine Camp last Aug. 11

Allen leads Cards
MONTREAL - Slugger Richie
Allen slammed a homer and two
doubles'in his St. Louis debut yes-
terday and theCardinals broke
loose for five runs in the ninth
and a 7-2 victory to ruin Mon-
treal's opening day in 70-degree
weather.
Allen, acquired from Philadel-
phia in a major trade last fall,
scored the first Card run after
doubling in the fourth, tied the

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Major League Standings

A Sony For Your Thoughts!

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pet.
New York 1 0 1.000
Philadelphia 1 0 1.000
St. Louis 1 01.000,
Pittsburgh 0 1 .000.
Chicago 0 1 .000
Montreal 0 2 .000
West Division
Cincinnati 2 0 1.000
Houston 1 0 1.000
San Diego 1' 0 1.000
Los Angeles 0 1 .000
Atlanta 0 1 .000
San Francisco 0 1 .000
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 7, Montreal 2
Atlanta at San Diego, inc.
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, inc.
Houston at San Francisco, inc.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
St. Louis at Montreal
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, night
Atlanta at San Diego, night
Houston at San Francisco
Chicago at Philadelphia
New York at Pittsburgh, night

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct.
Baltimore 2 0 1.000
Boston1 0 1.000
Detroit 2 1 .666
Washington 1 2 .333
New York 0 1 .000
Cleveland 0 2 .000
West Division

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Oakland 1 1
Minnesota 1 0
Chicago 0 1
Kansas City 1 1
Milwaukee 0 2
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2
Detroit 3, Washington 0
California 6, Milwaukee 1
Kansas City 2, Oakland 0
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