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UND edges into all-WCHA final .i
By BILLY SAHN the third period, Dartmouth was over- was the result of the lopsided action. P s tons k llB u le
powered by a bigger and more physical Gaudet finished a ith 28 saves in con-

Special to the Daily
DETROIT-The scene is set for
tonight's WCHA showdown in the NCAA
hockey championship s at Olympia
Stadium. North Dakota earned the
right to face Minnesota by defeating
Dartmouth by the score of 4-2 before "a
crowd of 4,105 fans.
UND, the WCHA champions, will face
the Gophers, who finished second in the
conference, at 8 p.m.
Unabl'e to generate much offense, the
Ivy League champions fell victim to
North Dakota's muscle. Except for a
strong first period and a late spurt in

UND team.
"We weren't pleased with our first
period play," said North Dakota coach
John Gasparini. "I was very impressed
with Dartmouth's checking game."
What proved to be the winning goal
came at 9:18 of the second period, as
right wing Erwin Martens notched the
score on a backhand shot, breaking a 1-
1 first period tie.
Sparked by Martens' goal, the Sioux
managed to keep the bulk of second
period play down in Dartmouth's zone.
Dartmouth goaltender Bob Gaudet's 14
saves compared to Bob Iwabuchi's five

trast to Iwabuchi's 23.
Sioux junior Mark Taylor scored a
power play goal at 19:21, putting North
Dakota ahead 3-1. The score was the
left winger's 24th goal this season.
Mainly due to North Dakota's ten
minutes of penalties in the third period,
Dartmouth managed to take away
some of UND's momentum. Despite an
early UND score at 7:38 by right wing
Carry Eades, Dartmouth hung tough as
they tried to battle back.
The Big Green's high point in the
third period came as Dartmouth junior
Dennis Murphy scored a power play
goal at 14:57 on a slapshot from the blue
In total, UND had 20 minutes in
penalties compated to Dartmouth's 12.
Earlier in the game, Dartmouth
broke the ice in the first period on Chip
Bettencourt's shot at 12:39.
North Dakota tied the game at one on
Howard Walker's slapshot at 14:55.
Dartmouth will meet New Hampshire,
who lost to Minnesota Thursday by a
score of 4-3 in the consolation game
today at 4 p.m.

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Special to The Daily
PONTIAC - The Detroit Pistons took
advantage of Bob Lanier's 29 points and
a barrage of third quarter technical
foul shots to defeat the Washington
Bullets 124-114 last night at the Silver-
The crowd of 13,824 (the second
largest in Piston history) was delighted
by the comical string of five technicals
within 11 seconds called against the
Bullets which forced trainer John Lally
to take over coaching duties with
Washington trailing, 87-67.
THE FUN started when Bullet for-
ward Bob Dandridge was slapped with
a technical after debating a foul call too
loudly. Coach Dick Motta had been
baiting the officials all night and was
disqualified with his second "T" when
he overzealously defended Dandridge.
Eight seconds later Thomas Henderson
received a third technical, and
assistant coach Bernie Bickerstaff
decided to join -the parade. He barely
concealed his motive, marching out on-
to the court and drawing a technical
and ejection.
"All Bernie was doing was proving
that he was in Dick's corner out there,"
said Piston forward M. L. Carr who
contributed 16 points to the Piston
cause. "If Dick's going to go out and
fight for his team, then Bernie's going
to follow him right out."

Piston guard Kevin Porter, who
scored 24 points and dazzled the Bullets
and the crowd with his twelve assists,
pointed to the double ejection as part of
the reason for the Pistons' victory. "It
hurt when they lost Dick and Bernie, I
think down the stretch, their strategy
would have been different if the two
coaches would have been there," said
THE BULLETS cut a 24-point Piston
lead near the end of the third period to
eight points with four minutes to go, but
weren't able to catch the Pistons.
"You're never home free against
Washington," said f Detroit coach
Vitale. "If any other team was down 20
with both their coaches ejected, you'd
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Larry Holmes
smashed young Ossie Ocasio to the
canvas four times in the seventh round
and stopped the Puerto Rican
challenger at 2:38 of the round to retain
the World Boxing Council heavyweight
championship Friday night.
It was simply a matter of too much
size, too much power and, most impor-
tantly, too much experience. Ocasio,
making only his 14th pro fight, tried
with all he had, but he was never really
in the fight.

t streak
be seeing some heads down and some
feet dragging. But they've got too much
pride for that, and that's why they're
world champs."
Lanier got into early foul trouble for
the Pistons and was forced to sit out
most of the first half. Detroit was able
to pick up the slack, however, as they
went from an 18-18 tie when Lanier was
replaced to a 65-50 halftime score, all
without the big center. The drive began
with a Porter layup which gave the
Pistons a 22-20 lead, and Detroit went
on to take a 28-22 lead into the second
Rookie John Long added .to the
scoring of Lanier and Porter with 27
ThesBullets played without the ser-
vices of starting guard Kevin Grevey
and reserve center Mitch Kupchack.
Chelich fourth
Senior diver Matt Chelich of Mich-
igan placed fourth yesterday in the
NCAA one-meter diving competition.
Chelich had ranked first in Thursdayfs
qualifying round with 233.3 points.
University of Miami, Florida fresh-
man Greg Louganis captured the one-
meter diving title. The three-meter
diving event, another of Chelich's
specialties, concludes today.
Sharers KO's Norton
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - Earnie
Shavers knocked down Ken Norton
twice and stopped him in the first round
of a scheduled 12-round heavyweight
fight last night.
Shavers blasted his way into line for a
championship fight by stopping Norton
at 1:02 of the first round.
WITH NORTON on the floor for the
second time, referee Miles Lane
reached the count of seven and thet
signalled the fight was over.

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Toronto 2, Chicago White Sox 1
Texas 7, Atlanta B" 0
San Francisco 6. Chicago Cubs 3
Kansas City 5. Baltimore 1
California 6, Seattle 3
Houston 1, Atlanta 0
Los Angeles-Cincinnati.; rained out
St. Louis-Philadelphia, rained out
Philadelphia 123-110, New Jersey 117-98
Indiana 141, Houston 134
Dietroit 124, Washington 114
Philadelphia 110, New Jersey 98
Chicago 116, New Orleans 99
Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 2
NCAA Hockey Playoffs
North Dakota 4, Dartmouth 2


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