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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRInAY. (ICTAIWR 9Q 1OA~

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SPORTS SHORTS:

I-M AFFILIATES:
Clubs Stress, Develop Skills

Hawks Crush

W

ings, 5-1
final period while the Red Wings
were playing shorthanded.
* * *

GRID SELUECTIONS
CONSENSUS IN CAPS

By The Associated Press deflected Elmer Vasko's shot fron
DETROIT-Bobby Hull scored the point with less than two min-
two goals to pace the unbeaten utes remaining in the second per-
Chicago Black Hawks to a 5-1 iod. He added his sixth marker of
victory over the, Detroit Red Wings te esna 8:9o h ia
in the only National Hockey period after going in on Crozier
League game played last night. all alone following a quick passs
from Bill Hay.
The triumph was the third in a,
row for the Black Hawkshand en- Doug Mohns also scored two
abled them to move back into a goals for the Hawks running his
first place tie with Montreal. season total to five.
Phil Esposito put Chicago ahead Chicago goalie Glcnn Hall, who
with a power play goal early in made 29 saves, lost his shutout
the first period. ' when Alex Delvecchio beat him
Hull's first goal came when he on a breakaway at 7:38 of the
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CeltiCs Trimmed your mind wanders from a friend-
CINCINNATI - Wayne Embry ly game of touch football on Pal-
sparked a third-period surge last mer field with the guys to the
night that led the Cincinnati many Saturday afternoons at
Royals to a 113-108 National Bas- Michigan Stadium, where the
Roybal soc13-0iationaloras-e teams battle it out in full view of
ketball Association victory over the TV audience. But what about
the Boston Celtics. the intermediate levels of com-
Cincinnati worked up a 10-, petition, handled by Michigan's
point lead in the second quarter,pm nnyledorysMichig.'s
but Willie Naulls led a Boston at- On the varsity level, you have
tack that gave the Celtics a Ote vrsit oumake
50-44to be outstanding to make the
team at Michigan. On the resi-
The Royals regained the lead dence hall and fraternity level,
at 61-60 and took it for good after there is a chance to participate in
several ties when Embry sank a a sport with no great emphasis
field goal that made it 70-68 with placed on achievement.
2:25 left in the quarter. Stress Achievement
Oscar Robertson led both teams The clubs provide a chance for
with 32 points and 12 assists, anybody to pick the fundamentals
while Embry and Jerry Lucas scor- of a certain sport, and to become
ed 19 points each for Cincin- proficient in that one sport. This
nati. Lucas also pulled down 31 is the difference between the
rebounds-one more than Bill clubs and the other aspects of
Russell. the athletic program-they stress
* * * individual achievement instead of
straight competition.
Aparicio Quiits There are eight- sports clubs
CARACAS, Venezuela - Luis loosely affiliated with the intra-
Aparicio, veteran Baltimore short- mural program. By loosely is
stop, emphasized again yesterday meant that most of these clubs
that he has quit major league provide their own financial sup-
baseball. port, and the I-M building is used!
"Injuries which keep bothering, only as a meeting place for the
me will prevent me from playing activity, Members of the clubs
me will preIvent n gme usually have a deep interest in
as well as I want in a game as ti n ciiy n eiet
demanding as major league base- this one activity, and desire to
ball," said the 31-year-old Vene- learn and improve their skill in
zuelan. "Even now I am bothered the particular sport.
by a knee injury and not play- Boxing Club
ing the way the fans want me to Boxing is one of these clubs. The
play. aim of Let Philbin, the instructor,
"I've already qualified for a is not to develop professional box-
major league- pension by playing- ers, but to give basic and advanc-
10 years," Aparicio pointed .out. ed instruction in the sport.
"I'm going tp devote my time tQ The Judo and Karate clubs pro-
teaching young players here." vide practice in other self defense
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