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WEDNESDAY, MAY 4,1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TAKES 3-2 PLAYOFF LEAD:

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By The Associated Press
4. MONTREAL - The fired-up
Montreal Canadiens whipped in a
pair of goals in each of the first
two periods against battered goalie
Roger Crozier last night, coasted
to a 5-1 victory over Detroit and
moved one game short of their
second straight Stanley Cup.
The triumph, third straight for
the Canadiens, gave them a 3-2
lead in the best-of-seven series,
the first time they have held the
edge in the playoff.
Crozier, who suffered a sprained
knee and twisted ankle on his left
leg early in Sunday's game, was
in the nets for the Red Wings.
He hardly had time to get used
to being back in action before
Montreal had scored.
Claude Provost put the Candiens
ahead with the game just 66 sec-
onds old, beating Crozier from 10
feet out.
Yvan Cournoyer scored a power
play goal in the final minute of

the first period. Dave Balon and
Bobby Rousseau increased the
Montreal lead to 4-0 by the 12-
minute mark of the second period.
Dick Duff closed out the scoring
at 5:31 of the final period..
Detroit cracked the Canadiens'
close checking defense when Norm
Ullman scored at the 14:22 mark
of the second period.
In cracking the home ice jinx
which had seen the visting team
win each of the first four games
of the series, the Canadiens out-
shot the Red Wings 33-21.
They put 28 shots on the Detroit
net in the first two periods against
13 for the Red Wings, then relaxed
a bit in the final period, especially
after Duff's marker.
J. C. Tremblay assisted on the
first two Montreal goals and Duff
helped on the next two. He then
notched his first goal of the finals
to climax a spectacular play by
t Henri Richard.

Richard skated the length of the
ice, drew Crozier over to the left
side of the net, then dropped the
puck for Duff, who banged it in
from 10 feet out.
Cournoyer's power-play goal
came with 39 seconds remaining in
the first period. J. C. Tremblay
took the puck near the left boards
and passed it in front of the net,
Cournoyer taking a swipe at it
as he skated by.
Uliman's goal came one second
after Balon had returned to the
ice after serving a penalty..
Andy Bathgate took a pass from
Paul Henderson and fed it to Ull-
man, who shot in his own rebound
after Gump Worsley grabbed the
first effort.
The teams returned to Detroit
for what could be the final game
of the series Thursday night. A
seventh game, if necessary, will be
played in Montreal Saturday
night.

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Nats Stop Streaking Birds

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - The Wash-
ington Senators ended Baltimore's
10-game winning streak last night,
beating the Orioles 3-0 behind the
five-hit pitching of Phil Ortega
and Casey Cox.
Jim French, recalled from Ha-
waii Monday in a reshuffling of
the Senators' catchers, drove in
the first run with a fourth inning
single, and Frank Howard blasted
a two-run homer in the seventh.
Ortega had a three-hitter for
seven innings but had to retire
because of a pulled muscle in his
right shoulder.
Tigers Blank Boston
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers
exploded for six runs in the sixth
inning and blanked the Boston
Red Sox 8-0 last night behind
the five-hit pitching of Mickey
Lolich.
Lolich struck out nine while
breezing to his third victory in
four decisions as the Tigers snap-
ped a three-game losing streak.
Bill Freehan led off the sixth
with a double, only the third hit
off Boston starter Jose Santiago,
Freehan beat the throw to third
on Lolich's bunt and scored the
first run of the game on Dick Mc-
Auliffe's single.
1 After a walk to Jerry Lumpe
loaded the bases, one run scored
on a force out and Jim Northrup
knocked in another with an infield
single. Jim Lonborg then replaced
Santiago and was clipped for a
two-run single by Don Wert. The
final run of the inning scored on
George Smith's throwing error.
Indians Keep Winning
NEW YORK-Luis Tiant pitch-
ed his third shutout in three
starts last night, limiting New
York to four hits as the Cleve-
land Indians edged the Yankees
1-0 on Joe Azcue's run-scoring
single in the seventh inning.
Tiant, who blanked Boston and
Kansas City in his other two ap-
pearances, allowed o n 1 y one
Yankee to reach third in leading
the Indians to their 12th victory
in 13 games this season.
Twins Tfop White Sox
CHICAGO - Zoilo Versalles'
three-run homer and tight pitch-
ing by Camiol Pascual gave the
Minnesota Twins a 4-2 victory
over the Chicago White Sox last
night.
Versalles connected in the third
inning following a double by Ber-
nie Allen and Pascual's single.
The three-run shot erased a 2-1
Chicago lead that the White Sox
had gained on singles by Tommie
Ages and Don Buford and Pete
Ward's double in the first inning.
Major League
Standings

Astros Crush Cubs
BOSTON - Lee Mayo hit his
third homer in three games and
Joe Morgan knocked in three runs
with a homer and single as the
Houston Astros walloped the
Chicago Cubs 10-2 last night.
Dave Giusti struggled to his
third victory in four decisions
while Cub starter Bill Hands, 1-2,
was the loser, yielding six runs in
four innings,
Five of the runs off Hands,
Miller Takes
Trampoline
Championship
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE, La.-Last Satur-
day Michigan gymnast Wayne Mil-
ler bounced another notch highe
in the trampoline world by win-
ning the World Trampoline Cham-
pionships after teaming with Wol-
verine freshman Dave Jacobs tc
take the world title in synchron-
ized trampoline competition on
Friday.
Miller, who placed fourth in the
world meet two years ago when
only a high school senior, and took
third last year, completed his rou-
tines with a total score of 46.7C
to defeat the top trampolinists of
eight countries.
The Wolverine sophomore had
already taken the Big Ten, Mid-
Eastern, and NCAA titles earlier
this year before climaxing his
achievements with the world
championship.
Jacobs, the other half of the
synchronized championship duo
placed fifth in the individual com-
petition.

however, were unearned as the
Cub defense committed four errors
behind him.
* * *
Mets Lose Again
ST. LOUIS-Ex-Met Al Jack-
son pitched four innings of hit-
less relief against his former
teammates as the St. Louis Car-
dinals downed New York 3-2 last
night.
Jackson, who got credit for his
first victory, came on in the sixth
and retired 12 straight batters,
striking out four.
Braves Edge Phillies
ATLANTA-Felipe Alou's two-
out single in the 10th inning scor-
ed Woody Woodward, lifting the
Atlanta Braves past the Phila-
delphia Phillies 9-8 last night.
Woodward beat out a bunt with
one out in the 10th and was sac-
rificed to second by relief pitcher
Phil Niekro before Alou broke the
8-8 tie with a single to left.
The Braves tied the score in the
eighth when Gary Geiger tripled
in two runs. Bill White's two-run
homer, a three-base error by cen-
ter fielder Alou and Doug Clem-
ens' run-scoring single had sent
the Phillies ahead 8-6 in the top
of the eighth.
* * *

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