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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, 16 Al

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. 16 A

STUDENT,.FACULTY:
Here's Low-Down
On Football Tickets

Hawks Rally, Edge

Wings,

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Ceuts Edage 'o ers

Tickets for next fall's football
games are expected to be at a
jpremium with capacity crowds
anticipated for the Michigan State
and Ohio State games..
Students will purchase their
season tickets according to the
same procedure as last season,
with the $12 coupons on sale at
registration August 25-7, then re-
deemable for season tickets atythe
Intramural Bldg. on specified days
beginning the first week of
classes.
Faculty and staff tickets for $15
will go on sale beginning June 1
at the Athletic Ticket office in the
Athletic Administration Bldg. Ap-
plicants will receive their Athlet-
ic cards for the $15 payment, then
receive the tickets by mail over the
summer.
Only current or retired faculty
or employees for more than a
year prior to application are eli-
gible for the special $15 rate.

Spouses and dependent children
between the ages of 10-18 are also
allowed to purchase the athletic
cards.
Tickets for all four away games
--at North Carolina, Illinois,
Northwestern and Minnesota -
will be on sale to students, faculty
and staff beginning June 1 at the
ticket window or immediately by
mail. Checks for $5 per ticket
should be made payable to the
Michigan Ticket Department and
a return address included.
For extra tickets for any of the
home games, students are advised
by ticket manager Don Weir to
submit applications immediately
by mail to the Ticket Department.
Checks payable to the Michigan
Ticket for $5 per ticket should be
included in the applications, and
Weir cautions that the supply of
tickets for the Michigan State and
Ohio State games especially will
be quite low when the bulk of stu-
dents return in the fall.

DETROIT iA) - The Chicago'
Black Hawks spotted Detroit two
first period goals, then roared back
to defeat the Red Wings 4-2 last
night and advance to the National
Hockey League's Stanley Cup,
finals.
Chicago, which finished third
in the regular season, will meet
Montreal in the first game of the
best-of-seven championships Sat-
urday.
Stan Mikita and Eric Nester-

enko tallied for the winners in the Red Wings were playing two menĀ± goal to seven for the winners,
last 11 minutes and sent the short. tightened their defense in the last
Black Hawks into the finals for Then, with less than two min- two periods. Chicago goalie Glenn In D O stO I
the first time since the 1961-62 utes left in the second period, Hall had to make only five saves
season. Doug Mohns took a pass from Al in each of the periods.
Season Champs MacNeil near center ice, outskated On Nesterenko's insurance tally. BOSTON W)--Boston, stunned
Detroit, the regular season everyone and fired the puck pasta Howe charged into the Detroit by repeated Philadelphia rallies,
champion, took the lead on goals Detroit goalie Roger Crozier after zone a d mort bcwrd needed 37 points from Sam Jones
by Norm Ullman and Gordie a neat fake. s and great teamwork in the dying
Howe. putskateddass while taking two Detroit de- moments for a 110-109 National
How. Otsktedfenders along with him. Nester-' Basketball Association playoff vic-
Chicago's Bobby Hull closed the The Black Hawks, outskated in enko then fired a quick shot from
gap w th a una siste goa at ,the f rst erio dur ng wh ch t e 11; abo t 10 feet out.tory over the 76ers last night. The 8 5 f t e s c n e i d w i et e' e i g o k 1 h t t t e;t i m h g v h et c h i
gap with an unassisted goal at the first period during which the about 10 feet out. trumph e 7Easte Cnelicsithe
8:52 of the second period while the Red Wings took 13 shots at the timhgv h etc hi
____-- - - ---- - - Mikita's winning marker came ninth straight Eastern Division

,11O-109
with the Celtics seeking an un-
precedented seventh straight title.
The best-of-seven series opens
here Sunday afternoon and Mon-
day night.

Tigers Defeat Twins, Lead AL

By The Associated Press
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS -
Norm Cash and Al Kaline hit
home runs and Dave Wickersham
settle.d down after a rocky start
to pitch Detroit to a 6-4 victory
over Minnesota yesterday.
It was the third straight vic-
tory for the unbeaten Tigers.
Cash's homer was a three-run
blow that got the Tigers a 4-4 tie
in the fifth inning. Kaline's two-
run blast in the seventh won it.
Wickersham was touched for
seven hits in the first three in-
nings when the Twins did all their
scoring. After that,he held them
hitless until the ninth.
Mets Win First
NEW YORK - Bobby Klaus'
home run in the bottom of the
10th inning enabled the New York
Mets to defeat the Houston As-
tros 5-4 yesterday.
Ed Kranepool drove in the first

three Mets runs with a double and
two singles. Jim Bethke, an 18-
year-old righthander, registered
his first major league victory, in
relief.
A's Crush Indians
KANSAS CITY-John O'Don-
oghue gave up a two-run homer to
Rocky Colavito in the first in-
ning and then settled down,
pitching the Kansas City Ath-
letics to a 7-3 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night.
The A's took a 4-3 lead in the
fifth when they scored two runs.

Milwaukee Braves launched their
13th and final campaign at Coun-
ty Stadium by defeating the Chi-
cago Cubs 5-1 yesterday before
an opening day turnout of 33,874
fans.
Bob Sadowski handcuffed the
Cubs except for Ernie Banks, who
spoiled the shutout bid with a
homer in the fifth inning.
Sadowski started a decisive
three-run rally in the third when
he beat out a topper down the
third base line. A walk, singles
by Ty Cline and Eddie Mathews,
a hit batsmen and an error by
Banks accounted for the scoring.

after Mohns had cleared the path crown.
in front of the net and Chico The incredible contest took a
Maki fired into Crozier's pads. turn in Philadelphia's favor with
Mikita flipped the puck over to five seconds remaining. Boston
Crozier and it smacked into the ran out the 24-second time and
upper right hand corner. stepped aside so that Wilt Cham-
SUllman Scores berlain could score uncontested
U a ohis 30th point on a dunker.
Ullman's goal at 7:04 came justI But when the Celtics tried to
nine seconds after Nesterenko was throw the ball in from out of
sent off with the game's first bounds the ball caromed back out
penalty. of bounds off a wire supporting
the basket.
Chicago had a power play op- Irish Eyes
portunity about a minute later It let Philadelphia put the ball
when Alex Delvecchio went off for in play in Boston territory. But
Fholding. But Howe ate up most of John Havlicek intercepted the
the first minute by ragging the throw-in, fed Sam Jones and the
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y Campy Campaneris. Ed Charles
oubled in two more runs in the CHICAGO-An error set up the
venth and Campaneris singled eighth-inning single that ruined
nanother in the eighth. Bennie Daniels' bid for a no-hit-
* * * ter yesterday, but the Washing-
Braves Take Opener ton Senators went on to a 3-1
victory and spoiled the Chicago
MILWAUKEE - The lame-duck White Sox' home opener.
Frank Howard and Willie Kirk-
[ Standings land hit successive home runs
b off knuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm
AMERICAN LEAGUE in the ninth, breaking a 1-1 tie.
W1 LPet GB..CRi * * *

The Chicago Black Hawks, who
have taken the Stanley Cup only
once in the last 26 years, when
they pulled it in in 1961, journey
to Montreal to open the finals of
the playoffs Saturday night. The
Canadiens, who once dominated
the Cup from 1956-60, are seeking
to replace Toronto, last year's
winner.

Iwo went sprnu nga own the court
when the buzzer sounded.
A forgotten hero among the
76ers stars washreserve forward
Dave Cambee who scored 25 points
in a relief role, 13 of them from
the free throw line.
Luck of the ...
Boston now plays the Los An-
geles Lakers in the NBA finals,

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SPORT SHORTS:
Aleidor Unsure, Eliminates Holy Cross

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Redlegs Clobber Cards
ST. LOUIS - Gordie Coleman,
cracked a grand slam home run
and Vada Pinson homered with
two on as Cincinnati beat St.
Louis 10-4 in the Cardinals' home'
opener last night.'
Both blows came off Bob Pur-
key, a former Red making his
first start for the Cardinals. John
Tsitouris went all the way for
the victory, allowing five hits.

BOSTONIAN

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 5, Chicago 1
Cincinnati 10, St. Louis 4
New York 5, Houston 4 (10 inn)
Los Angeies at Pittsburgh (ppd)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (ppd)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 6, Minnesota 4
Washington 3, Chicago 1
Kansas City 7, Cleveland 3
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
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NEW YORK P)-Jack Dono-
hue, Holy Cross' new basketball
coach, said yesterday he has ap-
parently struck out in his attempt
to recruit his prize protege-71"
Lew Alcindor, the most sought-
after schoolboy star in the nation.
"Lew told me today he' was not
really interested in Holy Cross,"
said Donohue, who became Holy
Cross coach Monday after seven
seasons at New York's Power Me-
morial High School.
'He wants a larger school in a
large city, and he's narrowed it
down from scores of possibilities
to five. It would surprise me very
much if he changed his mind and
added Holy Cross to the five."
Still Five
Alcindor's five possibilities are
UCLA, Michigan, Boston College,
vew York University and St. John's
of New York. The 17-year-old
scoring and rebounding ace al-
ready has visited UCLA, Michi-
gan and St. John's
Insiders say Alcindor is consid-
ering UCLA before any others, al-
though he hasn't committed him-
self yet..
"I talked to Lew for 10 minutes
-and that's all the recruiting ef-
fort I'm going to make. I really
was in sort of a double role, as his
high school coach and as Holy
Cross coach. I've never let anyone
else presure Lewie and I didn't

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'Not Interested'
"I told him about Holy Cross,
and when he said he didn't think
he was interested, that was the
end of it."
While Alcindor was growing in-
to a national sports figure. Dono-
hue kept him out of reach of
coaches, scouts and newsmen. The
33-year-old coach acted as inter-
mediary, screening the youngster's
mail and phone calls.
Alcindor, an excellent student,
led Power on a 71-game winning
streak and to three straight New
York Catholic high school titles.
He set city records for scoring,
2,067 points; and rebounds, 2,002.
It is generally acknowledged the
graceful giant ultimately will go
into pro basketball, but he also
has indicated an interest in
journalism.
* * * .
Only the Mets.. .
NEW YORK P-The New York
Mets executed the first triple play
of the major league season yester-
day. The victims were the Hous-
ton Astros.
The triple killing took place in
the top of the second inning after
singles by Walter Bond and Bob
Aspromonte off right-hander Jack
Fisher had put Houston runners
on firstand third with nobody out.
Jimmy Wynn hit a fly to me-
dium right field. Johnny Lewis
caught the ball and whipped a
perfect strike to Chris Cannizzaro
at home plate.
, The catcher put the tag on
Bond then threw to Roy McMillan
for the tag on Aspromonte, who
was attempting to take second on
the play.
It was the third triple play by
the Mets in their four-year history
in the National League. The oth-
ers were executed in 1962 and
1964.
* * *
Triathalon
Pfc. Jim Kerr, former Michi-
gan All-American swimmer, de-
feated 13 other athletes in swim-
ming, running, and pistol shoot-
ting to win the annual Triathlon

competition between U.S. Mod-
ern Pentathlon Training Center
and West Point last Thursday
and Friday at Fort Sam Houston,
Texas.
Kerr captured fifth in the two-
mile cross country race and plac-
ed first in the swimming and
shooting events. The 25-year-old
former Wolverine swimming star
led his team to a 8,548 to 7,885
victory over the Cadets.
* * *
I. M. Standings
With all the events but foul
shooting ended for the 1964-5
intramural sports year, Delta Tau
Delta and Wenley House have
clinched the fraternity and resi-
dence halls championships.
Delta Tau Delta captured the
title from Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
the defending champion, by win-
ning water polo, wrestling, track
and swimming, in addition to fin-
ishing high in other sports. The
Delts accumulated 1,685 points to
edge second place Sigma Phi Epsi-
Ion, which has 1,638.. SAE took
third place, followed by Sigma Al-
pha Mu and Phi Gamma Delta.
In the residence halls, Wenley
won the crown over Cooley House
in a tightly contested race. For
Wenley it was their third con-
secutive title. In the overall ti-
tles, South Quad edged the oth-
ers in total points.
The top fraternity point totals:
Delta Tau Delta "1685
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1638
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1602
Not Houk
NEW YORK-General Manager
Ralph Houk of the New York
Yankees said yesterday he has not
been formally approached about
the baseball commissioner's job
by any responsible people.
"I feel quite honored that some-
one could think that," said Houk,
'but it just doesn't happen to be
so."

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