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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 31, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday1 January31, 1969

Pistons drop SuperSonics;
Knicks slide past Bullets

By The Associated Press third quarter. Terry Dischinger,
BALTIMORE - The Detroit who uscored 19 points while con-
Pistons scored 80 points in the necting on nine of 12 shots from

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second half and romped to a 144-1
118 victory over the Seattle Super-
Sonics yesterday in the opening
game of a National Basketball As-
sociation Doubleheader.
The Baltimore Bullets played
the New York Knickerbockers in
the nightcap.
Dave Bing scored 37 points for
Detroit and was credited with 10
assists.
Ahead 64-59 at halftime, the
Pistons spurted in front 79-62 by
outscoring the Supersonics 15-3
in the first four minutes of the
Sports writer
scuffles with
Atlanta coach
PHILADELPHIA (MP - Judge
Joseph R. Clancey, of Municipal
Courthissued a criminal summons
yesterday against Richie Guerin,
Atlahta Hawks' player-coach.
George - Kiseda, Philadelphia
Bulletin sports writer, signed the
summons. He accused Guerin of
grabbing him by the lapels and
shaking him outside a Spectrum
dressing room Wednesday night.
Authorities said the summons
was issued before Guerin leftl
town. The summons, listing no
charges, ordered Guerin to appear
before the court at 10 a.m. March
15, the next time the Hawks play
here.
Guerin and Kiseda reportedly
had exchanged words in the dress-
ing room. Guerin apparently was
angry because Kiseda had once
written what' he overheard the
coach tell the players- during a
timeout huddle. Sports writers sit
nextrto team benches at the
Spectrum.
The Hawks lost to Philadelphia
109-96 in the National Basketball
Association game.

the floor, scored eight points in
the first two minutes. '
Happy Hairston scored 27 for
the Pistons and Walt $ellamy and
Howie Komives each had 22. Bob
Rule led Seattle with 26.
* * *
BALTIMORE - The surging
New York Knickerbockers beat off
a frantic second-half rally by Bal-
timore and defeated the Bullets
109-106 in a National Basketball
Association game yesterday.
In the opener of the double-
header, the Detroit Pistons scored
80 points in the second half and
rolled to a 144-118 victory over
the Seattle SuperSonics.
The Knicks, who have won 20 of
their last 24, pulled to within three
games of Baltimore's Eastern Divi-
sion leaders - who maintained
their one-game edge when runner-
up Philadelphia lost to Cincin-
nati 116-115.
Baltimore, who trailed 72-50
early in the third quarter, pulled
to within 107-106 on a basket by
Earl Monroe with 16 seconds re-
maining and another by Wes Un-
seld after a Bill Bradley pass was
thrown out of bounds.'
The Bullets had a chance to
pull the game out after another
errantpass by the Knicks, b
Willis Reed blocked a Monroe
shot with four seconds left and
then Unseld was charged with an
offensive foul with two seconds
remaining as he tried to shoot
over Reed. Dick Barnett was
fouled at the final buzzer and he
made two free throws.
Dave DeBusschere scored 15 of
his 22 points in the final half and
grabbed 20 rebounds for the
Knicks. Walt Frazier led N e w
York with 28 points.
Monroe tallied 17 of his 33
points in the final period. Kevin
Loughery scored 26 for Baltimore
and Gus Johnson had 22.

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Royals crown P hilly
SYRACUSE, N. Y. - Tom Van
Arsdale's short jump shot with 21
second left gave the Cincinnati
Royals a 116-115 National Bas-
ketball Association victory over
the Philadelphia 76ers yesterday.
The Royals trailed 115-112 with
1:50 remaining. But Jerry Lucas'
shot cut the lead to one point, and
the winning basket was set up
when the Royals intercepted a
pass by Philadelphia's Billy Cun-
ningham and fed the ball to Van
Arsdale.
The 76ers had a chance to win
it, but Chet Walker's shot rim-
med the basket.
Flyers shot down
-PHILADELPHIA-The Chicago
Black Hawks scored twice while
shorthanded in the first three
minutes yesterday and went on
to thrash the Philadelphia Flyers
12-0 in the most onesided defeat
ever handed a National Hockey
League expansion team.
The Black Hawks kayoed Phila-
delphia's starting goalie Doug Fa-
vell with six goals in the first per-
iod, then battered substitute Ber-
nie Parent for three scores in
eachrofthe last two periods.
Chicago approached the NHL
record of most goals in one game,
16, and the most in a shutout, 15.
Chicago's total was the highest in
the league this season.
The West Division's most one-
sideed loss previously had been
Minnesota's 10-3 defeat by the
Boston Bruins.
Dennis Hull of Chicago was in
the penalty box for holding early
in the first period when team-
mates Stan Mikita and Chico
Maki took turns~ breaking down
the ice to score against Favell.
Pit Martin and Jim Pappin tal-
lied 41 seconds apart midway
through the period, then Dennis
Hull connected twice to make itI
6-0.
Favell was removed after Hull's
second goal at 17:39 of the first
period.
Pappin went on to score three
goals with one in each period and'
Doug Mohns and Eric Nesterenke
each connected twice against Par-
ent. Martin led the Black Hawks
in assists with four.j
Rangers roll
ST. LOUIS- The New York;
Rangers stretched their National
Hockey League unbeaten streak to
seven games with a 4-3 victory
over the St. Louis Blues Thursday
night.

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WALT BELLAMY, RECENTLY ACQUIRED center for the Detroit Pistons, pulls off a defensive
gem at Baltimore last night. Art Harris (12), of the Seattle SuperSonics, was aiming for two points,
only to have the ball knocked away by the towering Bellamy. The action came in the first game
of an NBA doubleheader. The Baltimore Bullets and New York Knicks played in the nitecap.
In winning their fifth straightH
game, the Rangers snapped a 2-2 HEADING NORTH
tie at 4:31 of the third period on
a goal by Vic Hadfield and added
the clincher less than a minute Patriots Iire Rush,
later when Rod Gilbert scored.
BOSTON OP) - Clive Rush, Rush spent one year as an as-
architect of the attack which car- sistant to Bud Wilkinson at Okla-
S('oilEF ried the New York Jets to pro homa in 1958, then was head
football supremacy last season, coach at Toledo for the next three
was named coach of the Boston seasons.
Patriots yesterday. When Sonny Werblin purchased
Notre Dame '71, Georgia Tech 52 Rush, 37, has been the top aide the Jets in 1961 and named Ew-
teJtin191adnmdE-Detroit '76, Duquesne och66 Ebn o h
Virginia Military 72, Wm. & Mary71 to Coach Weeb Ewbank of the bank coach, Ewbank plucked Rush
Miami, Ohio, 60, Xaxier, Ohio, 45 Jets for the last six years. He from the college ranks as his of-
South. Mississippi 93, Morehead S. 85 played for the Green Bay Packers fensive coach and top aide.
Georgetown, D.C. 62, Fairleigh Dick- in the NFL after an outstanding
inson so Rush coordinated the Jets"of-
Providence 83, DePaul 62 college career at Miami of Ohio, Rshecoodinated the Jetslopofn
St. Vincent 76, slippery Rock 65 often called the Cradle of Coach fensive, aiding in the development
Elon 53, Presbyterian 51 of quarterback Joe Namath' and.
Wichita State 71, Memphis State 69 Rush began his coaching career receiving special praise for his
North Texas 118, Drake 99 as an assistant to Hugh Devore work with ace receivers Don
at Dayton in 1952. Ie moved to Maynard and George Sauer.
A B A SCORES Ohio State under Woody Hayes,
Denver 128, New York 103 and while there the Buckeyes won Rush replaces Mike Holovak
--. -- the Big Ten titles in 1955 and as coach. Holovak was fired as
1957. They also won the national coach and general manager this
championship and the Rose Bowl month. No new general manager
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