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Page Nine

Sunday, April 12, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Special To The Daily
DETROIT - Last night Bobby
t Hull showed why he is acclaimed
as hockey's greatest left-winger. In
two instances, Hull got away from:
Detroit defenseman Bob Vaughn:
to score goals and lead Chicago to:
their third consecutive victory over
the unorganized Detroit Red
Wings, 4-2.
The victory lifted the Hawks to
a nearly insurmountable 3-0 edge
in their best-of-seven quarter-
final series.
Chicago capitalized on the Red
Wings' shabby defense to grab a
1-0 first period lead. Just as Dale
Rulfe returned to the ice after
serving a two minute tripping
minor, Eric Nesterenke sent a pass
to Hull who was 25 feet in front
of Detroit goalie Roy Adwards.
With Vaughn out of position, Hull
took a few strides towards the De-
troit net aid blistered a wrist shot
past the gloved hand of Edwards.
The Wings simply could not get



Knicks blast Bucks
as big Willis stars

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untracked in the first period even 1 mer MSU star Doug Volmar scored

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NEW YORK (M--Willis Reed:
led a balanced attack as the New
York Knicks cut down the Mil-
waukee Bucks 110-102 yesterday in
the opener of their Eastern Divi-
sion final series of the National
Basketball Association playoffs.
The second of the best-of-seven
set will be Monday night in Madi-
son Square Garden before the
teams move to Milwaukee for the.
third and fourth games next week-'
Reed scored 24 points, 10 of
them in the second quarter when
the Knicks pulled ahead to stay,
in his personal duel with Lew Al-
cindor of the Bucks.
Alcindor had 35 points, but 17
of them came in the final quar-
ter after the Kicks had pulled
ahead 86-70.
Alcindor's scoring came too late
as the Bucks, who finished four
games behind the first-place
Knicks in regular-season play,
never got closer than six points,
Da-ve DeBusschere's 11 points
had kept the Knicks going through:
most of the first period before the
Bucks caught up for the final time
at 35-35. But Reed scored the next
four points and then reserve Caz-
zie Russell took over.
Russell, who had 18 points, hit
10 of them late in the second
quarter, helping the Knicks to a

54-44 margin at the half as Reed
rested the final five minutes.
Alcindor had 14 points at the
break, but hit only 6 of 15 field
Then with Reed blocking nu-
merous shots and Bill Bradley
hitting nine of his 10 third-quar-
ter points the New York lead grew
to 65-58 and later reached 69-50.
Flynn Robinson, who went
without a field goal in the first
half, brought the Bucks back with-
in 74-64 before Reed and Dick
Barnett spurred the Knicks to an
82-68 advantage entering the final
quarter. That spread lasted until
the final minutes.
Bradley and DeBusschere each
finished with 18 points and Bar-
nett 17 while normally high-
scoring Walt Frazier was held to
six for New York. Robinson finish-
ed with 19 points for the Bucks.

The Michigan rugby blue
team was eliminated in the
second round of yesterday's Big
Ten tournament. They were de-
feated by Indiana 11-6.
The ruggers had won their
opening tournament test by
eomipg back from a three-point
half-time deficit to whip Illi-
nois 11-3.
A Wolverine rally fell short
in yesterday's game; Indiana
moves into today's final round
with Wisconsin and Iowa.

though they had a two man ad-
vantage. Cliff Koroll went off for
tripping at 17:09 and Nesterenko
joined him at 17:55.,
The Wings held the play in the
Chicago zone but could not get a
good shot at the Hawks Mr. Zero,
Tony Esposito.
The Wings tied it up at the 2:031
mark of the second period with a
fluke goal. Nick Libet knocked
down a Wayne Connely pass at the
Chicago goal line and flipped a
high shot at the Chicago goal. Es-
posito evidently lost the puck in
the bright television lights and
could only wave at it as it hit the
Chicago took the lead at 11:03
when San Mikita picked up a loose
puck in the Detroit zone. Mikita
hit Bobby Hull with a pass in
front and Hull made no mistakes
beating Edwards.
Mikita gave Chicago a two goal
lead on a power play as Rolfe was
in the penalty box.
The Red Wings got their final
goal in the third period as form-

on a screen.,
After Coach Sid Abel pulled Ed-
wards in favor of a sixth attacker,,
Bobby Hull stole the puck in the
Chicago zone and set up an empty
net goal by Doug Jarrett.j
* * *


Rangers flip out LITTLER SECOND:
NEW YORK - The New York '_______________
Rangers ended a 10-game Stanley z
Cup losing streak last night, beat- -5
ing the Boston Bruins 4-3 in a _asper putts to Masters lead
brawl-filled game that tied or I
broke e v e r y National Hockey'
League playoff penalty record for AUGUSTA () Billy Casper, :" :::::l <::::.:...::: : :::: :: :: .
a single contest. whose conservative play may have
The tone for the game was set cost him the title last year, bolted
in the first 90 seconds of play, out of a logjam of contenders
when referee John Ashley doled with a four-under-par 68 yester- NATIONAL LEAGUE Kansas City 2 3 .400 2%/
out 80 minutes in penalties, in- day and took a one-shot lead in East Division Milwaukee 2 3 .400 23
cluding double majors for fighting, the third round of the Masters Philadelphia L PctGB Oakland 1 4 300 34
misconducts and game miscon- golf tournament. St. Louis 3 2 .600 --
ducts to Boston's Derek Sanderson Casper, a bland, soft-spoken Pittsburgh 3 2 .600 - Washing sterdays Results
and New York's Dave Balon. character, had a 54-hole total of cago 2Cleveland 3, New York 0
In another g a m e, Minnesota 208, eight-under par on the famed Montreal 0 4 .000 2 , Baltimore 5, Detroit 3
beat St. Louis 4-2- to pull the Augusta National Course, and led West Division Minnesota 8, Oaklad 3
series up to to 2-1 in favor of the his California neighbor and life- San Francisco 5 1 .838 - Milwaukee 8, Chicago 4
Blues. long g o 1 f i n g companion Gene na 3 . Today's Games
Cincinnati 4 3 .577 1'4Tda' Gie
Littler by a single stroke. San Diego 2 2 .500 2 California at Kansas City
Littler who shared the lead go- Houston 2 3 .400 3 Oakland at Minnesota
ing into Saturday's play, had a 72 Los Angeles 0 4 .000 4 Milwaukee at Chicago, 2
ingsntoratu day'spla ,sh dlas2 Detroit at Baltimore
for .209.YetrasRsus
te u tChicago at Montreal, postponed Boston at Washington
Ce the dust It was a familiar position for New York 4, St. Louis
Casper, one of golf's three $1 mil- Houston 8, Atlanta 7d1
Senators to a 4-3 win over the Bos- lion winners, and a two-time U.S. San Francisco 3, Cincinnati I
ton Open Champion San Diego at Los Angeles, ic

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WALT FRAZIER, NEW YORK KNICKS GUARD, looks for the open man while being guarded by
Lew Alcindor, the NBA Rookie of the year. The Knicks won the game, 110-102.

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Brewers win; Tigers bi

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By The Associated Press
Danny Walton slammed a pair
of two-run homers igniting the '
Miwaukee Brewers to their first
American League baseball victory
yesterday,, an 8-4 decision over the
Chicago White Sox.
Walton's homers in the sixth
and eighth innings, enabled the
Brewers to gain a 4-4 tie and Mil-
waukee erupted for four ninth in-
ning runs for the victory. Rich
Rollins and Russ Snyder had run-
scoring singles and Steve Hovley
a two-run double in the decisive
The Baltimore Orioles remained
unbeaten, rolling to their fifth
straight victory a 5-3 decision
over Detroit. The Orioles overtook
the Tigers wtih a four-run eighth
inning, capped by Brooks Robin-
' son's two-run double, after trailing.
2-1. Lefthander Dave McNally,!
2-0, was the winner. 1
The New York Mets handed the
St. Louis Cardinals their first de-
feat on Gary Gentry's four-hitter,
4-1. Gentry needed last-out relief
help in stopping the Cards streak
at three. Cleon Jones, Ron Swo-
boda and Joe Foy each knocked in
runs for the Me'ts with sinkles
while Jerry Grote drove in one
with a sacrifice fly.
Minnesota stayed upbeaten, tak-
ing its home opener 8-2 over the
Oakland A's. Left-hander Jim1
Kaat led the Twins to their third
straight triumph, scattering seven
hits and cracking a two-run sin-
gle, Tony Oliva also smashed a
two-run single while Sal Bando
and Reggie Jackson drilled solo
homers for the A's.
The San Francisco Giants reel-
ed off their fourth straight victory
after an opening day loss, beating
Cincinnati 2-1 on shortstop Dave
Concepcion's b o b b l e of winning
pitcher Gaylor Perry's bases-load-
ed grounder. Bernie Carbo homer-
ed for the Reds' run.
Luke Walker and Chuck Har-
tenstein combined for a four-hit-
ter as the Pittsburgh Pirates stop-
ped Philadelphia 4-0, snapping the
Phillies winning streak at three
games. Jose Pagan had a solo
homer, Roberto Clemente crack-
ed a run-scoring single and Al
Oliver had three hits in the Pi-
rates attack.
Dean Chance pitched out of five
jams in seven innings before tir-
ing an the Cleveland Indians gain-
ed their first victory of the season
in whipping the New York Yan-

kees 3-0. Lou Klimchock homered
for the winners while Eddie Leon
drove in two runs with a pair of
run-scoring singles.
Frank Howard, shaking off the
effects of an opening day bussing
by a miniskirted stripper, rifled a
long homer to lead the Washington

~The Chicago Cubs at Montreal
game was postponed because of an
untimely blizzard, while n igh t
games were played between At-
lanta-Houston, San Diego-Los An-
geles, and California-Kansas City.


Offense finally shines


The one-time fat man also held
a one-stroke lead going into the
final round last year. But he re-
fused to charge the hilly, treach-
erous course, took a conservative
74 and finished one stroke back ofE
winner George Archer.
Casper, generally regarded by
his . fellow pros as one of the
giants of the game but largely
ignored by the public because of
his colorless nature, danced an
uncharacteristic jig on the 16th
green when a 20-foot putt curled
into the cup and gave him sole
possession of the lead.
Until then it had been a dog-
fight all the way. At one time or
another five players--Casper, Lit-
tler, Bert Yancey, Tommy Aaron
and Gary Player-led or shared
the lead before the huge gallery of
about 30,000.
At still another point, there

Today's Games
Chicago at Montreal
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
New York at St. Louis
Atlanta at Houston
SanaDiego at San Francisco 2
East Division
W L Pet.
3altimore 6 0 1.000
30ston 2 2 .500
leveland 2 3 .400
Vashingtou 2 3 .400
letroit 2 4 .333
iew York 1 3 .250
West Division
Minnesota 4 0 1.000
alilornia 4 0 1.000


The Semester I



By MORT NOVECK had previously been a worry. The
Though the weather took a blocking was much better, along
definite turn for the worse yester- the line as well as in the backfield.
day, it still didn't dampen the Fullback Fritz Seyferth did a good
spirits of Michigan coach Bo job springing Moorhead and drew
Schembechler as his offense final- the coach's praise. "Seyferth did a
ly began to flex its muscles in yes- much better job," commented
terday's scrimmage session. Schembechler, "and he's a real
tough blocker."
IN PAST sessions it has been
the defense that has shone while SCHEMBECHLER was also im-
the offense had problems, but in pressed with the play of tailback
yesterday's session the offense Lance Scheffler, describing his
broke through. For the first time performance as "real good."
all spring coach Schembechler al- It's still too early for Schem-
lowed a note of optimism to creep bechler to make , any decisions
into his words as he stated of the about the tailback spot though,
offense, "It looked better today, because his top three runners are
it'll be all right." still out with injuries. Glenn
All right was an understatement, Doughty is stil out with the knee
t h o u g h, as quarterback Don injury he suffered just before the
Moorhead handled the ball in mid- Rose Bowl; Billy Taylor, who has.
season form and spent much of his been weak all spring with various
time loping through the defensive ailments, is out for the rest of
line. Even Schembechler was lavish practice with tonsilitis and a groin
in his praise of the quarterback injury, and sophomore Al "Cow-
and said that there was nothing boy" Walker, who had been a top
to worry about as "Moorheadwl
make them go." ibackfield prospect, injured his
He was also pleased with the knee last Wednesday and will also:
play of the offensive line, which miss the rest of practice.

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were seven players locked within
one stroke before the greying, 38-
year-old Casper took control.
Player, the steel-nerved little
South African who has been the
object of intense security precau-
tions, came from off the pace to
take third with a 68 for 210.


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