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CELTICS, HAWKS ALSO PLAY:
Canadiens, Leafs Meet in NHL Playoffs
By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - The powerful polis had us down 3-2," said coach Sharman is averaging 22.2, Cousy
Montreal Canadiens today ruled Easy Ed Macauley. "We'll have to 13.4, compared to the Hawk back-
12-5 favorites to win the opener reach down and come up with an- line of Si Green (10.6) and John
of their Stanley Cup final series other big one. We've done it be- McCarthy (7.0).
ofainttheirStly nMal as fore." On the frontline, it's an even
against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Celtics by winning tonight match. The Hawks have Pettit at
on night on the home ice of the Cana- can wrap up their third National 26.6, Hagan 22.0 and Clyde Lovel-
diens, who are seeking their fifth Basketball Assn. title in the past lette 15.8. Boston has Tom Hein-
ts consecutive Nationgal Heorke y four seasons. A St. Louis victory sohn at'24.4, Frank Hamsey 18.6
s League championship. would force a deciding seventh and Bill Russell 15.6. St. Louis re-
or Both coaches were confident of game in Boston Saturday after- serves have a surprising 119-97
vas r noon. scoring edge over the Celtic subs.
Mme victory on the eve of the second Larry Foust, the Hawks veteran* *
te straight all-Canada final. 6arry0Fouseeaketernuf-
;he "It probably will be a tougher 6'9", 250-pound reserve center, suf- End Dan Chamberlain and half-
iey series than it was a year ago," said fered a break in one of the small back Dick LaBeau signed 1960
nt Montreal pilot Toe Blake. "But this bones of his left hand in Boston's contracts with the Detroit Lions
gang of mine always wins when 12s-102 Fou sdayig in yesterday.
eh- it has to. They haven't let me Boston. Foust is wearing, a cast LaBeau played with Ohio State
Eby down yet." and - if he is able to play at all - from 1956-58 and with the Lions
"I've got to win one game in will be badly handicapped the second half of 1959 after being
an shooting and rebounding. Rookie b h lvln rws
Montreal, said Punch Imlach, the Bob Ferry will get a chance in dropped by the Cleveland Browns
of Leafs' coach. "I don't care how we his place. Chamberlain, 6'Sa . is from Sao-
do it. If we have to hit them as The Celtics, of course, are just ramentoState.
theycome out of the dressing room as confident, although no one
we 11 do that ,too. would flatly predict a title in six
The Canadiens have won 29 of games. Coach Red Auerbach said:
e: their last 31 playoff games at gLes ee aesiBoth
the home. During the regular season, "Let's see what happens. Both
He Toronto managed only one victory teams should be up for this one."
nts in seven games at the Forum. Mon- The outcome could hinge on
.or. treal beat the Leafs in a five-game whether the Celtics again get big
he championship final last season. scoring production for their tal-
're The second game will be played ented veteran backline. Cousy hit
in Montreal Saturday night with 21 points and Bill Sharman 26 in -
wo the teams moving to Toronto for Tuesday's victory. For the series,
der the third and fourth games next
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