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-11! MICHIGAN DAILY

4DAY,'

Celtic Cagers Trounce Pistons, 112-98

By The Associated e ing king a year ago who usually
BOSTON - Tommy Heinsohn plays havoc with Boston defenses.
tossed in 31 points and veteran topped the Pistons with a com-
Bob Cousy surpassed the 4,000- paratively small point total of 17.
mark in assists last night in help- Phil Jordan contributed 16,.whil
In the Boston Celtics to a 112-98 Wally Dukes and Gene Shue each
National Basketball Assn. victory added 15.
over the Detroit Pistons last night ,
at the Boston Garden.
Big Bill Russell contributed 22 Nats Win in Last Period
points for the Celtics and picked SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Syra-
off 30 rebounds. cuse Nationals went on a 40-point
rampage in the final period to
Cousy, the greatest playmaker reak away from a stubborn
in NBA history assisted on 10 bas- rookie-studded Cincinnati club
kets to boost his total to 4.0007 for a 130-108 victory in a National
starting out his ninth season with Basketball Assn. game last night.
Celtics. In addition, the stellar Bob Hopkins set the winning pace
backcourt ace scored 14 points. with 23 points.
Russell, the former All Ameri-
can from San Francisco and
Olympic ace, was at his bestC
around the boards and also added
nine field goals and four freel
throws.
Heinsohn, like Cousy a former e
All American at Holy Cross,
clicked for 13 baskets with his
wide variety of shots and also Co ers
connected on five of seven charity
tosses.
BoseCssThe Michigan Rifle Club invites
Bill Sharman, Cousy's back- all interested students to visit the
courltparer ance homselfver meeting next Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
seasons, matched Cousey's point The club will be organized for
output of 14. this year, and anyone interested
The eltcs raied y svenin shooting with the group is
points midway through the first welcome.e
period, but then rallied to take a The meeting will be held in the
32-29 lead as a home opening RO ArLoryneathe Unde
crowd of 8,813 roared approval, graduate Library. This is where
Boston never was in danger after all of the group's meetings are
that. held, and not in the ROTC head-
- Yt Aquarters as was reported in The
George Yardley, the NBA scor- Daily with the photo feature of

Warriors Win on Spurt
NEW YORK - After blowing
a 13-point lead, the Philadelphia
Wv rirsunleashed a late spurt
buried tle New Yor eKnick-
erbockers. 111-92 in a National
Basketball Assn., game last night.
The Warriors caught fire at the
end of the third period and con-
tinued their scoring touch in the
final stanza.
Baylor Leads Lakers
ST. LOUIS - Elgin Baylor,
prize Minneapolis Laker rookie
frm Seattle University, had his
biggest night as a pro here last
night as the Lakers defeated the
world champion St. Louis Hawks
of the National Basketball Assn.
108-191. Baylor poured in 29
points.
In today's action the Pistons
move into Philadelphia to take on
the Warriors. The Warriors will
be seeking to extend their win
streak to three.
In a nationally televised game,
St. Louis will clash with the
Royals in Cincinnati.

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offensive paUten ten oma SEEKS REVENGE-Los Angeles halfback Jon Arnett will seek
Canadian pro team, are one touch-
don ahead of the Philadelphia revenge against the Chicago Bears today on the Coast. In
Eagles in pro - game prognosti- Chicago three weeks ago, the Bears held him to 12 yards gained
cating. in the Chicagoans 31-10 NFL pro football victory.
PRO HOCKEY PLAY:
Blackhawks Startle Canadiens, 4-2

NBA STANDINGS
Western Division
NVL
Minneapolis 3 2
St. Louis 2 2
Detroit 2 4
Cincinnati 1 3

Pct.
.600
.500
.333
.250

hind 3-2 early in the final 20 min-
utes.
Bruins Down Wings
BOSTON - Boston's Bruins

strengthened their grip on sec-
ond place in the National Hockey
League yesterday in defeating the
third-rung Detroit Red Wings 3-1
in a nationally televised game.

Eastern Division
New York 2 1 .667
Philadelphia 2 1 .667
Syracuse 2 1 .667
Boston 1 1 .500

Daily Classifieds
'Brig Results

the club last week. - -

'M' Cagers
To Appear
In TV Tilts
Michigan's basketball team will
appear on television twice during
the winter season, the Big Ten of-I
f ice announced yesterday.
The Wolverines Jan. 10 battle
with Ohio State, a home game,
will be viewed by Midwestern
fans. Indiana's invasion of Yost
Field House will be shown on Feb.
7.
Michigan State rooters can
watch their team when the Spar-
tans host Indiana's Hoosiers on
January 3. A return engagement
at Bloomington will be televised
on Feb. 7,.
Other conference teams to be
televised include Iowa, Illinois,
Purdue, Minnesota, Northwestern
and Wisconsin who will play con-
ference and non-conference op-
ponents.

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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Cordially invites the Students of the University of Michigan to
Tomorrow, November 3 Hill Auditorium 7:30 P.M.
ALL WOMEN'S SING HONORING ALL NEW WOMEN ON CAMI
The W.A.A. also extends an invitation to all other W.A.A. activities for this year-
CLUBS for WOMEN SPECIAL PROJECTS CO-REC CLUBS INTERHOUS
Basketball , . 'Bowling .,. Golf Spring Weekend-April 24, 25 Ballet-Tuesday 7:15 P.M. COMPETIT
Field Hockey- Friday (Michigras) co-sponsored Dance Concert-March 23, 24 Badminton
Life Guard Corps - Tuesday with Michigan Union Modern Dance - Basketball
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