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Pnna Nine

Friday, April 10, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 10, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hawks, Bruins win again easily

Raging Redbirds rout Expos

'Bucs barely beat out Mets, 2-1

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO--Pit Martin's tie-breaking goal with less than
five minutes to play and Dennis Hull's clinching score with
a little more than a minute left lifted the Chicago Black'
Hawks to a 4-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings last night'
in East division semifinal action of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The triumph gave Chicago a 2-0 lead in the best of seven
National Hockey League series which now shifts to Detroit
for games tomorrow night and Sunday afternoon.
The Black Hawks were sailing along with a 2-1 lead until

9:42 of the final period when
Bruce MacGregor's goal pulled'
the Red Wings into a 2-2 tie.
However, less than six minutes
later, MacGregor drew a tripping
M penalty and eight seconds after
the Hawks began their power play,
Martin busted the tie with his
second goal of the series at 15:20
of the final period.
Dennis Hull clinched it with a
goal at 18:42.
Detroit, victimized by a short-
# handed goal in Wednesday's open-
er, took a 1-0 lead while skating
off a penalty 'on Gordie Howe.
Pete Stemkowski stole the puck
from Lou Angoitti around center
ice and went in all alone past Tony
Esposito to put Detroit ahead.
A little nore than minute and
a half later, Chicago tied it when
Jim Pappin took a perfect pass
from Martin and whistled the
puck past Roy Edwards at 14:38.
Bobby Hull, Chicago's Golden
Jet, put the Hawks ahead at 1:33
of the second period.
4 Bruins blast Rangers
BOSTON - The Boston Bruins
The Michigan golf team
travels to Columbus, Ohio, to-
day for the two-day, 54 hole
Kepler Invitation Golf Tourna-
ment. The Wolverines 'field a
strong squad which already
this year has a fifth place fin-
Ish in the Miami Invitational
to their credit.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
RICKEY CORNFELD
rallied on second period goals by
John McKenzie and Johnny Bucyk
and pulled away for a 5-4 victory
over the New York Rangers last
night in taking a 2-0 lead in the
Stanley Cup East Division semi-
final playoffs.
Ken Hodge and Eddie Westfall
scored goals early in the third per-
iod as the Bruins took a com-
manding lead in the bes -of-seven
series which heads for New York
this weekend. The Rangers n ow
have lost 10 straight playoff games
in the last three years.
.The Bruins, bidding for t h e i r
first Stanley Cup since 1941 in
the National Hockey League's
postseason play, routed the Rang-
ers 8-2 in the series opener Wed-
nesday but found the going much
tougher in the second encounter
in steamy Boston Garden.
Blues squeak
ST. LOUIS-First period goals
by Gary Sabourin and Phil Go-
yette enabled the St. Louis Blues
to withstand a late goal by Minne-
sota's Bob Barlow and skate to a

2-1 Stanley Cup West Division
semifinal triumph last night,
The Blues, nearly duplicating
their series opening effort in col-
laring a potent North Stars at-
tack, withstood Minnesota's of-
fense until Barlow scored between
goal tender Jacques Plante's legs
with 5:40 left.
St. Louis, taking a 2-0 lead in
the best of seven National Hockey
League series, struck rapidly on
Sabourin's rising slapshot at 3:49
of the opening period on a pass
from Terry Crisp.
North Stars goal-tender Cesare
Maniago was blistered with 20
shots for the session. The Blues
scored the winning I goal when
Goyette rebounded a shot by Ab
McDonald.
The series moves to Minnesota
tomorrow night and Sunday after-
noon.
* * *
Penguins strut
PITTSBURGH - Two second-
period goals within 34 seconds by
Nick Harbaruk and Wally Boyer
propelled the Pittsburgh P e n -
guins to a 3-1 victory over Oak-
land Thursday night in the second
game of their Stanley Cup West
Division semifinals.
The victory gave the Penguins
a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven
Nationale Hockey League series
which continues Saturday night in
Oakland.
Ron Schock broke through t h e
Oakland defense with Bert Mar-
shal and Doug Roberts hanging
on to him. He got the shot away,
but Oakland goalie Gary Smith
pushed it to his right side. B o b
Woytowich deflected the rebound
to Harbaruk who just flipped it
past Smith.

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - Joe Torre drove
in three runs with his first homer
and two singles yesterday, leading
the St. Louis Cardinals to a 7-3
blitz of the Montreal Expos and
a sweep of their two-game series.
The Cardinals jumped in front
in the first inning when Richie
Allen doubled with two out and
Torre singled him home..
After Rusty Staub's single pull-
ed Montreal even in the second'
Inning, the Cardinals hammered
loser Steve Renko for three runs
in the third, the third tally on
Torre's homer with two out.
Mike Torrez was breezing with
a six-hitter in the ninth when the
Expos shelled him with the aid
of an error.
* * *
Mets edged
PITTSBURGH -- Right-hander
Dock Ellis allowed five hits and
struck out 13 in pitching the Pitts-
burgh Pirates to a 2-1 victory
over the New York Mets last night.
Starter Jerry Koosman walked
Matty Alou and Bill Mazeroski to
open the Pirate first.
Roberto Clemente then beat out
a dribbler down the third base
line, scoring Alou on Joe Foy's
wild throw to first. Right fielder
Ron Swoboda, backing up the
play, threw to the plate, but Maz-
eroski scored when catcher Jerry
Grote dropped the ball.
The Mets scored in the fourth
when a bases loaded sacrifice fly
brought in Art Shamsky.
* * *

This Week in Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL--Eastern Michigan at Ferry Field, 3:30 p.m.
TENNIS-at Indiana
GOLF-Kepler Invitational, Columbus
TOMORROW
BASEBALL--Central Michigan (2) at Ferry Field, 1 p.m.
TENNIS--at Ohio State
GOLF--Kepler Invitational, Columbus
TRACK--Ann Arbor Relays at Ferry Field, 1 p.m.'
RUGBY-Ben Ten Tournament at Champaign
LACROSSE--Cincinnati at Ferry Field, 2 p.m.
SUNDAY
RUGBY-Big Ten Tournament at Champaign

inning led the Philadelphia Phil-
lies to a 5-3 victory over the Chi-
cago Cubs yesterday.
The Phillies trailed 3-2 with one
out and two on base when Regan
replaced starter Ken Holtzman.
He worked a two ball-one strike
count on Johnson who then drove
the ball into t h e upper center
field stands.
* * *

Whitaker's two-run single high-
lighted a five-run, eighth inning
outburst for San Francisco as the
Giants trimned the Houston As-
tros 7-4 yesterday.
Houston jumped to a 2-0 ad-
vantage in the third inning on a
run-scoring double by Norm Mil-
ler and an infield error by Hal
Lanier that let in another run.
Doug Rader's run-scoring triple
produced the Astros' third tally in
the fourth.

_AcanrlatoA Araca

-Associated Press
AB McDONALD of the St. Louis Blues tries to score in last night's
National Hockey League playoff game with the Minnesota North
Stars, but goalie Cesare Maniago tucks the puck under his left
foot. The Blues won, 2-1.

Cubs crumble
PHs ADELPHIA-Deron John-
son's three-run homer off relief
pitcher Phil Regan in the seventh

ORIOLES WIN THIRD:

Twins and

Yankees sock Sox

Braves hurler severs finger;
Job sets breaststroke mark
By The Associated Press
0 STANFORD, Calif. -- Surgeons at $tanford Medical Center
yesterday reconnected a severed artery in the right-hand finger of
Atlanta Braves' pitcher Cecil Upshaw.
A spokesman for the National League team said Upshaw and
teammates were walking along a street after Wednesday night's
defeat of the Padres when Upshaw leaped up to demonstrate how he
used to dunk baskets when playing basketball.
Snagged on an overhanging awning, his finger was nearly severed.
0 CINCINNATI - Brian Job, a Stanford University freshman,,
bettered his own American 100-yard breaststroke record here yes-
terday in the opening qualifying of the National AAU men's and
women's indoor swimming championship.
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0 PITTSBURGH - Attendants at Mercy Hospital say the con-
dition of 70-year-old Harold "Pie" Traynor, one of the all-time base-
ball greats, remained stable yesterday.E

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Harmon Killebrew,
the 1969 American League home
run champion, blasted his first of
the season, a two-run shot in the
first inning, to launch the Min-
nesota Twins to a 6-4 victory over
the Chicago White Sox yesterday.
The Twins got an unearned run
on two Sox errors in the second*
and sewed up their second straight
triumph on Frank Quilici's two-
run single in the sixth.
Chicago chased T w i n starter,
Luis Tiant, with a two-run fifth
off the former ClevelandbIndian
right-hander, on doubles by Luis
Aparacio and Bill Melton.
Killebrew, who hit 49 homers
last season, homered off Sox
starter Joe Horlen after Rod
Carew doubled in the first. Carew
left with an ailing back after the
third and was replaced at second
by Quilici.

Yanks nip Sox
NEW YORK - Bobby Murcer
cracked a three-run homer in the
sixth inning and reliever Jack
Aker put down a Boston threat in
the seventh, helping the New York
Yankees to a 4-3 triumph over
the Red Sox yesterday.
Murcer slammed his first homer
of the year, a wicked line drive
into the right field stands 375 feet

away, in the sixth following a sin-
gle by Thurmon Munson and a
walk to Roy White.
Orioles sweep
CLEVELAND - Tom Phoebus
cut down Cleveland on two hits
and Don Buford drove in five runs
with two homers and a sacrifice
fly as the Baltimore Orioles
crushed the Indians 13-1 yesterday

for a sweep of their season-open-
ing three-game series.
Phoebus, 14-7, last year, was
staked to a 6-0 lead by the fourth
inning before Vada Pinson opened
the bottom of the fourth with a
single for the Indians' first hit.
His homer to open the ninth
spoiled Phoebus' shutout.
Buford's first homer of the sea-
son made it 2-0 in the third in-
ning, and then he capped a five-
run sixth with a three-run shot.
He finished the scoring with a
sacrifice fly in the eighth.

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Milwaukee

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East Division
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Philadelphia 2 0 1.000
St. Louis 2 0 1.000
New York 1 1 .500
Pittsburgh 1 1 .000
Chicago 0 2 .000
Montreal 0 3 .000
West Division
xCincinnati 3 0 1.000
San Francisco 2 1 .667
xSan Diego 1 1 .500
xAtlanta 1 1 .500
Houston 1 2 .333
xLos Angeles 0 2 .000
x-Late games not included.
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3
Pittsburgh 2, New York 1
St. Louis 7, Montreal 3
Atlanta at San Diego, inc.
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, inc.
San Francisco 7, Houston 4

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