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By The Associated Press The victory was the second
CHICAGO-Bobby Hull's slap straight for the Hawks on their
shot from one foot inside the blue home ice and evened the best-of-
line midway in the final period seven semifinal series at two
broke a 1-1 deadlock and gave the each.
Chicago Black Hawks a 2-1 vic- The series now shifts to Detroit
tory over Detroit last night in tlIe Sunday night and returns to Chi-
National Hockey League's Stanley cago next Tuesday. If a seventh
Cup playoffs, game is needed it will be played
in Detroit next week.
Each team scored before the
halfway mark of the first period
'-3 and went into the final session
tied. Both came out with a furi-
Sous do-or-die effort, but itcwas
SChicago's Golden Jet who came
through with the winning goal as
the crowd of more than 16,000
gave him a standing ovation.
The goal was the sixth in the
series for Hull, who has regained
Pronovost for a 1-0 lead at 7:57.
Chico Maki flipped the puck over'
goalie Roger Crozier's shoulder.
The lead didn't last long. A
minute and a half later, with Chi-
cago's Al MacNeil in the penalty
box, Gordie Howe tied it on a
power play with Floyd Smith and
Norm Ullman assisting.
It remained tied through the
second period, which became a
frame of missed opportunities. De-
troit's Doug Barkley drew a pen-
alty 42 seconds after the face-off
but the Hawks couldn't capitalize.
After Hull's goal the Wings put
the pressure on Hall for a couple
of minutes but the Hawks took
over play in the final three min-
utes and kept the puck in Detroit's
end to such an extent that the
Wings were unable to take Cro-
zier out of the nets for a final
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the touch which he lost because
of injuries in the final third of
the regular season.
The Black Hawks opened the
scoring by taking advantage of a
Detroit penalty against Marcel
George Canamare, who recently
established a Michigan pole vault
record, suffered a fall during yes-
terday's practice and was taken to
the University Hospital.
Canamare fell while vaulting
and was rendered unconscious
immediately. He managed to
awaken before he was sent to
the hospital, Yhowever. Reported
resting comfortably, Canamare
will remain in the hospital at least
24 hours for observation.
It is not known how long he
will be restricted from practice as
a result of any injuries he may
have suffered. X-rays showed no
broken bones, though.
However, it would affect Mich-
igan's chances for a Big Ten
track title. Canamare recently set
a Michigan standard of 15'4%"
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By The Associated Press
TORONTO-Two third period
goals within 40 seconds by Ron
Ellis and George Armstrong cli-
maxed a comeback by Toronto
and gave the Maple Leafs a 4-2
victory over the Montreal Cana-
diens last night.
It squared their semifinal Stan-
ley Cup hockey playoffs at two
Ellis slammed home his goal at
5:16 of the third period to tie the
score at 2-2. Then Armstrong
banged in the winner at 5:56 on
assists by Dave Keon and Dickie
Moore. Red Kelly scored the last
Toronto goal with 28 seconds left.
The best-of-seven series now
shifts back to Montreal for the
fifth game Saturday night. The
Canadiens won the first two games
on their home ice.
Armstrong's winning goal was
his first of the series. He slapped
home Keon's rebound.
Montreal had taken a quick 2-0
lead in the opening minutes of
play and blanked the Leafs until
15:22 of the second period. Then
Kelly put the Leafs back in con-
tention with his first goal of the
series on a power-play while Mon-
treal's John Ferguson was serving
a hooking penalty.
Montreal took advantage of
Toronto being a man short be-
cause of penalties to score its two
goals before six minutes of play
Bobby Rosseau scored his sec-
ond power-play goal of the series
at 3:48 on assists by Jacques La-
perriere and Claude Provost. 'Henri
Richard slammed in his fourth
goal of the series on another pow-
er-play at 5:45 when the Leafs
again had a man in the penalty
box. Jean Beliveau drew an assist
on the play.
Ellis faked Montreal goalie
Gump Worsley out of position
midway of the last period, but his
shot went wide of the net.
Worsley made a great save with
four minutes left on a breakaway
by Keon, but at 19:32 Kelly got
his second goal of the game into
an empty net to insure the Leafs'
COMMERCE, Calif. (M)-Micki
King of the Ann Arbor Swim Club
finished second in the one-meter
diving e v e n t in the NAAU
Women's Indoor Swimming cham-
pionships here yesterday.
In first place was Joel O'Con-
nell of the Santa Clara Swim Club
with a total of 415.15 points. Miss
King, in scoring 377.80 points, beat
two Olympians who competed in
Tokyo-Patsy Willard of Phoenix
(third with 373.65) and Sue Gos-
sick of Tarzana, Calif. (fourth
Celtics Gain on 76ers
With 11 2-94 Triumph
BOSTON (P)-Bill Russell spur-
red ball hawking, sharp-shooting
Boston to a 112-94 National
Basketball Association playoff
victory over Philadelphia yester-
The Celtics moved into a 2-1
edge in the best-of-seven Eastern
Division finals, which continue to-
day on the 76ers' home floor.
Russell, who blamed his own
sub-par play for the Celtics' sec-
ond game defeat, scored 12 of his
19 points in the first quarter. He
also had two assists, one blocked
shot and one steal in the quarter.
Boston led at the end of the
period 34-27 and the visitors never
completely regained their com-
Russell kept Wilt Chamberlain
from scoring a field goal for the
first 23 minutes, 52 seconds of the
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And when Boston hit a third
period cold spell and the 76ers
ran nine straight points to pull
up to 73-64, it was Russell's mas-
terful plays and faking which set
up two big baskets by John Hay-
licek and Tommy Heinsohn.
Early in the final quarter Rus-
sell scooped up a loose ball under
the defensive boards and fed
Casey Jones on a breakway which
seemed to kill the 76ers' last
hopes. The play made the score
Chamberlain, who had eight
points in the first half, finished
with 24 and out-rebounded Rus-
sell, but his rival was the master
of the key play.
Chet Walker scored 18 points
and Hal Greer 14 for the losers.
Havelicek and Sam Jones each
tallied 24 for Boston.
The game was tied eight times
and the lead changed hands six
in the first quarter when Russell
The Celtics were trailing 18-16
when he tapped in two misses by
Casey Jones to stir up a nine point
spree. That made it 25-18 and the
76ers were behind to stay.
Boston led at halftime 61-47.
Cincinnati 5, Chicago (A) 1
St. Louis 6, New York (N) 1
Cleveland 4, San Francisco 1
New York (A) 6, Milwaukee 1
Kansas City 9, Minnesota 4
Washington 8, Baltimore 3
Chicago (N) vs. Boston, rain
Boston 112, Philadelphia 94
Toronto 4, Montreal 2
Chicago 2, Detroit 1
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