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Wednesday, April 12, 1972


_ Pneyp Nimift

Wednesday, April 12, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY



Bruins advance -
Canadiens stay alive
From Wire Service Reports goalie Ed Giacomin with
BOSTON - Ken Hodge poked . gone n the final period.
in his own rebound at! 7:38 of the After that, Montreal th
third to give the Boston Bruins a a persistent checking pat
3-2 victory over the Toronto Ma- r ofpoaie en Dy
ple Leafs, eliminating the Leafs rarely allowed the Ranger
four games to one and advancing :wgrusht
the Bruins to the Stanley Cup gerous shat.
semi-finals. . NIGHT EDITOR: New York broke in fro
FRANK LONGO power play goal by Vic
Hodge's goal came only 'a mi-_ at 4:24 of the second peri
ute and a half after Norm Ullman
tied the score at 2-2 by banging game when he missed the open But Just over two minut
in a rebound of a long shot by net after faking Bruin goalie Ger- the Canadiens had tied it
Paul Henderson. Henderson later ry Cheevers to the ice on a break- Frank Mahovlich broke
missed a chance to tie up the away. Ranger zone a step ahead
The two teams swapped first defense and Giacomin sli
period power play goals by the meet him. But Mahovlich
top- - .Leafs' Jim McKenny at 11:12 and the goalie and scooped t
i n Ic'k ' t~ l Boston's Fred Stanfield. McKen- into the vacant net, tying th
ny's goal marked the first time in It stayed 1-1 through
Ithe five game series that Toronto mainder of the period with
scored the initial goal, but Stan- and Giacomin both tur
13 u lets field's marker exactly 1:30 later sharp saves.
tied it for the Bruins. Then Roberts and Pete
John McKenzie, who was chosen lich broke in against def
w ini ;E the game's number one star, put Brad Park early in the th
s /e- 2 Boston in front for the first time iod. Roberts rifled his sh
at 5:18 in the second period before Giacomin for the winner.
NEW YORK VP) - The New Ullman and Hodge traded third
York Knicks, with Jerry Lucas and period goals.
Bill Bradley leading a desperation * * * T TATLS CAl
drive, outscored Baltimore 19-8!
down the home-stretch to beat the Habs live
Bullets 107-10 1 yesterday and win
their National Basketball Associa- INEW YORK - Handyman Jim
tion Eastern Conference semifinal Roberts broke a third-period tieP la y e
series. with his first goal of the playoffs
Frazier and Lucas led the last night as the Montreal Cana-
Knicks' balanced attack with 22 diens defeated the New York NEW YORK (A') -
points apiece while Bradley and Rangers 2-1 in their National baseball players settled
Dave DeBusschere had 20 each. Hockey League Stanley Cup quar- money differences with
Jake rnadd 1pit n ter-finals. Ileague club owners yestert
S arn ad 21 points and rejected an offer to pay th
Riordan had 19 for Baltimore, The victory left the Canadiens, portionately for make-up
which beat the Knicks a year ago defending Cup champions, still other than doubleheaders
to get to the NBA championship trailing the best-of-seven series 3-2. John Gaherin, negotiato
round before losing to Milwaukee. Game No. 6 is scheduled tomor- owners, said agreemen
The Knicks, by taking the best- row night in Montreal and a sev- reached on a contribu
' of-7 series four games to two, now enth, if necessary, will be played $500,000 a year to the
go on to face the Boston Celtics in in New York Sunday. fund on top of the owners'
the conference finals. The Celtics Roberts, who plays all three al offer of $490,000.
won the Atlantic Division title forward positions and defense, Thus, the money issue
finishing eight games in front of climaxed a two-on-one break with moot after that comp
.he Knicks with whom they split which saw the owners go
their season series 3-3. a quick shot that eluded Ranger $400,000 to $500,000 and th
r s o s ers come down from $600,
players had been seeking a
cent increase in retirement

Huron Jim Dutcher
becomes Orr's man

just 3:12
hrew up
ttern in
s a dan-
nt on a
es later,
into the
d of the
d out to
got past
he puck
he score.
the re-
ning in
Mahov- B
enseman BOSTON BR
hird per- off the stick
hot past sends Boston
Stanley Cup I

-Associated Press
UIN GOALIE Gerry Cheevers kicks out his leg to make the stop on a short range shot
of Toronto Maple Leaf Dave Keon (14) during last night's 3-2 Bruin victory, which
against the winner of the Minnesota-St. Louis playoff in the semifinals of the NHL

From Wire Service Reports
Michigan's basketball coach-
ing staff will have a winner on
its roster next season with the
addition of Jim Dutcher, form-
er head coach of Eastern Michi-
gan's Hurons. In his six years of
coaching Dutcher has piloted
the Hurons to a record of out-
standing successes. In the last
five years Eastern has won 20
games each year, and two years
ago they secured a berth in the
NAIA finals. This year they
went to the NCAA College Divi-
sion semi-finals.
Dutcher resigned from his
comfortable position following
an incident at the NCAA .semi-
finals. After Eastern's defeat toy
Roanoke Collelte, Huron George,
Gervin knocked out his oppon-
ent Jay Piccola. Dutcher, how-
ever, had been considering leav-
ing a year previously, and main-
tains that his decision was far
from hasty when it was an-
nounced on March 16.
Dutcher, a former Michigan
gridder before a knee injury
sidelined him, will be onesof
Johnnq Orr's varsity cage assist-
Another assistant will be last
year's freshman basketball
coach Dick Honig. This past
year Honig saw his freshmen
scamper to a 12-0 season.
A third member of the new
Michigan basketball coaching
staff is former Michigan basket-
ball player and Washtenaw
Major League
Standings 9
Yesterday's Results
Eastern Conference Semifinal
New York 107, Baltimore 101, New.
York wins best-of-7 series, 4-2.
Western conference finals
Milwaukee at Los Angeles, Milwaukee
leads best-of-7 series, 1-0. Only game
Yesterday's Results
Boston 3, Toronto 2; Boston wins
best-of -7 series, 4-1.
Montreal 2, New York 1; New York
leads best-of-7 series, 3-2.
Minnesota 4, St. Louis 3; Minnesota
leads best-of-7 series, 3-2.
Today's Games

Community College coach Rich-
ard "Bird" Carter. Carter is also
employed at Michigan as 'a
counselor. He will be an assist-
ant academic counselor for the
Athletic Department and may
possibly coach the new non-ten-
dered freshman team that will
be established at Michigan for
the 72-73 season.
The new coaching assign-
ments were sparked by the res-
ignation of former assistant
coach Fred Snowden, who is
now head coach at the Univer-
sity of Arizona. It is hoped that
the reorganization will result in
a wider responsibility for re-
cruiting and other job assign-
Next year the basketball pro-
gram itself will have a different
complexion. As a result of the
freshman eligibility ruling there
will be varsity and junior var-
sity squads for tendered players
and a freshman team made up
of players from the general stu-
dent body.
Head coach Johnny Orr feels
that he has secured one of the
finest coaching staffs in the na-
tion, especially in recruiting
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rs settle on pension benefit

Striking fits, which would have come to
their more than $900,000. The owners
imajor; currently contribute $5.4 million
day but annually to the pension plan.
em pro- Gaherin said the players turned'
games down an offer to pay them if a
game lost to the strike were made
r for the up on an open date or as part of
t was a split admission doubleheader,
tion of but not if it were made part of a
pension twin bill,
origin- The players' rejection came as
the owners turned down two more
became prpposals by the players but wentI
promise, into still further conferences to
up from consider a slight modification of
he play- the second proposal.
00. The The owners first turned down
17 perthe players' $600,000 proposal and
it bene-I next an offer to play "into Sep-

NEW YORK -The American
and National Leagues were re-
ported at odds over the length
of the baseball season last night
after striking players settled
their pension money differences
with club owners but rejected
an offer that would have paid
them for make-up games other
than doubleheaders.
The Associated Press learned
that National League owners
favored playing a full 162-game
schedule while the American
League wanted to pick up the
scheduleawhenever the strike is
settled and not make up any
tember" while negotiations on sal-
ary for make-up games continued.
The roadblock on the latter issue
was the proviso that the matter go

to arbitration if not settled by
The players then modified their
second plan and offered to give
the owners full power to resched-
ule lost games any way they
wanted, "insane as it may be,"
according to Marvin Miller, exec-
utive director of the Major League
Baseball Players Association.
Dick Meyer, executive vice pres-
ident of the St. Louis Cardinals,
said that after the players reject-
ed the owners' offer on make-up
pay, Miller suggested that fans be
admitted free to single make-up
games and at half-price to double-
headers and that all receipts from
parking and concessions be turned
over to charity.
"Obviously, he has intended to
make a mockery out of the entire
matter," Meyer said. "Mr. Miller
seems to be playing some kind of'
game - and it's not baseball."


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Professional League Standings
East East
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
Cleveland 0 0 .000 - New York 0 0 .000 -
Detroit 0 0 .000 -- Philadelphia 0 0 .000 --
Milwaukee 0 0 .000 - Montreal 0 0 .000 --
New York - 0 0 .000 - Chicago 0 0 .000 -
Boston 0 0 .000 -- Pittsburgh 0 0 .000 --
Baltimore 0 0 .000 - St. Louis 0 0 .000 -
West West
Texas 0 0 .000 - San Diego 0 0 .000 --
California 0 0 .000 - Los Angeles 0 0 .000 --
Chicago () 0 .000 - Atlanta 0 0 .000 --
Minnesota 0 0 .000 - Cincinnati 0 0 .000 --
Oakland 0 0 .000 - San Francisco 0 0 .000 -
Kansas City 0 0 .000 - Houston 0 0 .000 --
Yesterday's results Yesterday's results
Ali games cancelled, strike All games cancelled, strike
Today's games Today's games
All games cancelled, strike All games cancelled, strike
Tomorrow's games Tomorrow's games
All games cancelled, strike All games cancelled, strike

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-Associated Press
NOW I'VE GOT YOU growls New York Knick forward Dave
DeBusschere (right) as he stalks his prey Baltimore Bullet ball
handler Phil Chenier, (45) in yesterday's 107-101 victory over the
Bullets, which enabled the Knicks to advance to the conference
finals against the Boston Celtics.
Atlanta grabs ABA's Erving;
Bowman disavows rumors





By The Associated Press
* ATLANTA - The Atlanta Journal reported yesterday that
the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association have signed
Julius Erving of the rival American Basketball Association to a $2
million contract.
Erving is in the first year of a four-year contract with the Vir-
ginia Squires,
The Journal said Erving signed with the Hawks Sunday, the day
before he was chosen by the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of
the annual NBA players draft.
NBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy indicated Erving would be
unable to play with an NBA team as long as he was under contract
in the other league,
NEW YORK - Coach Scotty Bowman of the Montreal Cana-
diens denied yesterday he had any intention of resigning his post
at the end of the National Hockey League season to seek a general
manager's job with another club.
"There's certainly no truth to the rumor," Bowman said. "We're
still involved in the season, Iout even if we weren't, I'm still satisfied
with my present job."
Bowman was commenting on published reports in Montreal that
said he would resign after the Canadiens complete the playoffs. Bow- 1
man is in his first season as Montreal coach after a four-year tenure
as general manager of the St. Louis Blues. He also coached the Blues
for periods during that time.
" KANSAS CITY - The National Collegiate Athletic Associa-
tion placed the University of Minnesota-Duluth on a one-year proba-
tion yesterday for an athletic violation.
The NCAA said 14 Minnesota-Duluth athletes took part in un-
authorized outside basketball competition during the summers of
1970 or 1971.
The school was notified that the 14 should be declared ineligible
for the 1971-72 basketball season, the NCAA said, but it declined to
do so, later ruling them eligible for the 1972-73 season.

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