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Tuesday, April 14, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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IKnicks defeat Bucks,
Cazzie clinches win-

LITTLER FALTERS

Casper wins Masters

NEW YORK UP- While Willis Reed and Lew Alcindor
battled to a standoff, reserves Cazzie Russell and Mike Rior-
dan scored the decisive points and the New York Knicks edged
the Milwaukee Bucks 112-111 last night for a 2-0 lead in their
Eastern Division final series of the National Basketball Asso-
ciation playoffs.I
The best-of-7 series now moves to Milwaukee for the
third and fourth games Friday night and Sunday afternoon.
Riordan, who had entered the game only seconds earlier,
scored a reverse, driving lay up for a 110-107 Knick lead, and
then Russell capped the stir-
ring victory with two decisive'
free throws that made it 112 d lv
109 with 34 seconds left. ,

Cazzie Russell

SOccermen
dump United
The Wolverine s o c c e r team,
playing one of their best games of
the season, blanked the United
soccer club 4-0 in a game last
Sunday.
In this, the first game of the
Toledo league, Mendez Flores led
the Wolverine attack, scoring the
to goals that gave Michigan 1 2-0
halftime lead.
Michigan continued to dominate
play in the second half. Their
third goal came on a free kick
which bounced over several play-
ers and the heel of United goal
tender, John Knox.
Carlos Masias, though injured,
kicked in the final Michigan tally.
aily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 2)
SPRING COMMENCEMENT
EXERCISES
Crisler Arena, May 2, 1970
10:30 a.m.
TICKETS: Maximum of. four to each
prospective e adi'o4e, oisfrih*iwed Anr
13, to 5:00 p.m. May 1 at diploma of-
fice, 1518 LS&A B'ldg. Remaining tickets
will be distributed from the Crisier
Arena ticket office after 9:15 a.m., May
2.

Aleindor, who scored 38 points
but missed two clutch free throwsl
with 50 seconds to go and the
score 110-109, hit a final basket
with 22 seconds remaining. Butl
Bucks never got another chancel
as New York ran out the clock.
Reed, who had outplayed Al-
cindor in the Saturday's much-
easier, 110-102 triumph, pumped
in 36 points, and the final two put
New York ahead to stay, 106-105.
Russell thenrmissed a dunk
fshot but came right back with a
jumper wtih just less than three
minutes remaining before Jon Mc-
Glocklin scored Milwaukee's next
two points.'
Russell finished with 12 points,
eight of them in the final quar-
ter, and Riordan had seven.
Reed's final basket produced
1 the 27tp lead change in the see-
saw gane that also had 11 ties
and kept a capacity 19,500 crowd
in Madison Square Garden roar-
ing to the end.
Dick Barnett added 19 points
for New York, and McGlocklin,
Bob Dandridge and Greg Smith
had 14 each for the Bucks.
Both teams came out firing,
each shooting better than 55 per
cent in the first half that ended
with Milwaukee ahead 66-63 al-
though'' Reed overshadowed Al-
cindor, outscoring him 21-15. But
the Bucks turned almost exclusive-
ly to Alcindor in the final half
and he responded by taking almost
complete control of their offense.

sports'
NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL ALTERMAN

DODGERS WIN!
Padres hang on to nip Reds

-Associated Press
Casper on way to victory

AUGUSTA, Ga. ( )-Billy Cas-
per stormed out to a whopping,
seven stroke lead, then coasted in
for a 69-74 victory over Gene Litt-
ler yesterday in their 18-hole play-
off for the title in the Masters,
the first of the world's major golf
championships in this decade.
With the victory went the win-
ners check of $25,000 and the
famed green jacket that some pros1
say may be worth as much as $11
"i million in endorsements exhibit-
ions and so on.
Casper, generally acknowledged;
as one of the game's finest put-
ters, used his beautiful play on the
greens to its utmost advantage,
one-putting seven times over the
first 11 holes as he moved out to
the almost insurmountable lead.
Littler, a 39-year-old veteran
who has been a golfing companion
of Casper's since their boyhood
days in San Diego, made one mild
Srally before the huge gallery of
about 10,000 that surged and
stampeded over the storied Aug-
usta National course.
The layoff was forced when the
two bland, soft-spoken veterans
tied after the regulation 72: oles
of play at 279. Casper. the third
round leader, had a 71 Sunday and
Littler a 70.
It was the 45th career victory
for the allergy-prone Casper, who
once went on an exotic diet to
shed some excess poundage, then
came back'and gained his sec-
)nd U.S. Open championship in a
playoff against Arnold Palmer.
Casper, one of golf's three $1
/g million winners, put the pressure
on Littler from the first shot on
the warm, sunny day.
Using a new set of clubs for
only the second week-they're an
/x ounce lighter than his old clubs
and Casper said he gets more
distance off the tee with them-
he out drove Littler by about 50
yards on the first tee.

This Week in Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL-Notre Dame at Ferry Field, 3:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
LACROSSE-Michigan State at East Lansing
FRIDAY
TENNIS-Wisconsin at Madison
SATURDAY
GOLF-Illinois Invitational at Champaign
TRACK-Ohio State Relays at Columbus
TENNIS-Northwestern at Evanston
LACROSSE-Ohio University at Ferry Field, 2 p.m.
RUGBY-London St. Georges at Ferry Field
Guerin fined for threat;
Miami penalized for switch
By The Associated Press
*,ATLANTA - Coach Richie Guerin of the Atlanta Hawks
was fined $1,000 last night by the National Basketball Association
after he threatened at a news conference that if officiating follows
the pattern set Sunday, "there'll be a lot of blood spilt on that floor."
Commissioner Walter Kennedy announced the fine in New York
saying it is "inconceivable" that any coach would make such a threat.
* NEW YORK - Baltimore will get Miami's first round choice
in 1971 National Football League draft because the Dolphins have
been found guilty of tampering with head coach Don Shula, who
moved from Baltimore to Miami Feb. 18.
0 NEW YORK - Red Holzman was named Coach of the Year
in the National Basketball Association yesterday in the eighth annual
poll of sports writers.

By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Clutch relief
pitching by Dave Roberts and Ron
Herbel bailed San Diego ,out of
two late-inning jams and the
Padres held on to defeat Cincin-
nati 3-1 last night.
Starter Al Santorini limited the
Reds to one hit until the seventh
inning but Cincinnati loaded the
bases on twosingles and a hit
batsman. Then, with two out,
Roberts came on to get pinch hit-
ter Hal McRae, ending the threat.
Astros of fed
HOUSTON - Don Sutton stop-
ped Houston on two hits last night
and Andy Kosco's sixth inning
home rit n paced the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 2-0 victory over the
Astros.
It was the second successive
shutout victory for the Dodgers
after a season-opening string of
five straight losses.

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division

Baltimore
Detroit
Washington
Boston
New York I
Cleveland
E California
Minnesota
Milwaukee
Kansas City
Oakland
Chicago

East Division
W L
51
3 3
2 3
2 3
23
2 4

Pet.,
.833
.500
.500
.400
.400
.333

GB
2
2'
215
3
2%
3%
3%
41/2

New York
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Chicago
Montreal
Cincinnati
San Diego
Atlanta
San Francisco
Houston
Los Angeles

W L Pct.
3 2 .600
3 2 .600
3 2 ,0
3 2 .600
1 3 .250
1 4 .200

GB
-1
2
1
1
2
3

West Division
5 0 .1.000
3 0 1.000
3 3 .500
2 4 .333
1 3 .250
1 5 .167

est Division
6 3
4 3
4 3

.667
.571
.571
.570
.428
.285

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3

4
4
5

Yesterday's Results
Kansas City at Minnesota, cancelled
Milwaukee at Oakland, incomplete
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
Seattle at Oakland, night
Chicago at California, night
Kansas City at Minnesota
Cleveland at Detroit,
Washington at Baltimore, night
New York at Boston

Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 9, San Francisco 3
San Diego 3, Cincinnati 1
Los Angeles 2, Houston 0
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at New York
Philadelphia at Chicago
Montreal at St. Louis, night
San Francisco at Atlanta, night
San Diego at Cincinnati, night
Los Angeles at Houston, night

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Rent, Lease or Buy at low prices
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CALL: Local Representative, Rob Kaplow-764-9045
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ACADEMIC COSTUME: Rent at Moe
Sport Shop, 711. N, University. Orders . (Continued from Page 5)
should be placed before April 15. PERSONAL
SPECTATORS: All spectators should
be seated in the building by 10:30 a.m.h
GRADUATION announcements, invi-
tation~s, etc.: Inquire at desk in first TREfoo ob.o SA lg
floor lobby of LS&A Bldg. .
COMMENCEMENT programs: Distri- FOR MOTORCYCLES
bted at exercisesACROSS FROM SA S STORE
DISTRIBUTION of diplomas: Diplo- 3F82
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Rm. 1518 LS&A. Dental School diplo- We'd. 1 18-21 years old need par-
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404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti . '
Doctoral degree candidates, who qual- 483-1894
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from the Graduate School and who at- . ____ ________
tend the commencement exercises will COUPLE NEEDS 1-bdrm. apt. for fall-
be given a hood by the_ University as will "take sublet with fall option.
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SAVE $75-500 the day you .buy
diamond.
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PERSONAL
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ATTENTION FRESHMEN AND SOPHO-
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PERSONAL
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RETURN FLIGHT - London to Detroit.
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Motel Rooms (sleeps 2-3)-$495

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Interested in U of M's Dearborn Campus
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