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dnesday, October 20, 1971
( nicks ro
tallworth sparkles;
.e. invincible Jabbar
ites fatted Cavs
NEW YORK (4P)-Reserve for- Seattle scores
Dave Stallworth keyed an
nt New York spurt and Bill CINCINNATI (M)-Dick Snyder
ey led a fourth-quarter drive scored 24 points to lead the Seat-
e Knickerbockers of the Na- tle SuperSonics to a 101-100 tri-
1 Basketball Association beat umph over the Cincinnati Royals
Golden State Warriors 93-84 last night in a National Basket-
night. ball Association contest.,
e Knicks trailed 63-59 with Len Wilkins hit a hook shot
remaining in the third period from about eight feet out follow-
they went on their 11-point ing by only a few seconds a a,
paced by Stallworth's three basket credited to Snyder on a
goals. They opened a 70-63 goaltending call to erase a 100-97
in the opening moments of Cincinnati lead. Nate Williams
fourth quarter. touched the net on Snyder's shot,
adley, who missed the Knicks' which appeared to have missed
ing game of the season be- the mark before he hit the net.
e of tendonitis in his right
finished as the game's high Nate Archibald led the Royals
with 23 points. Dave De- with 26 points. Five other Cincin-
chere added 21 for New York. nati players finished in double
e Warriors were led by ex- figures.
k Cazie Russell, who scored * * *
oints. Jim Barnett, Jeff Mul- Jabbar-waukee
and Nate Thurmond, who sat MILWAUKEE (R)-The unbeaten
the entire third quarter be- Milwaukee Bucks streaked to leads
of foul trouble, each scored of 18-3 and 31-11, then coasted to
or the Warriors. 'a 116-82 National Basketball As-
* * *
sociation victory over the Cleve-
ston blazes land Cavaliers last night.
OSTON () - Joe Jo White Kareem Jabbar, the former Lew
ed 26 points and six other Cel- Alcindor, led the Bucks with 24
were in double figures last points, but scored only two during
t as Boston defeated the Bal- the first 11 minutes, when the
og Bullets 134-114 in a Na- hdefending NBA champions broke
al Basketball Association con- defending aeb
opnthe game.
he- Celtics, in winning their
game of the season, opened FOX SECOND:
34-23 lead at the end of the F
quarter, but Baltimore closed,
gap to 60-52 at the half.
third-quarter spurt, led by A listo n sen
haney's 10 poins, moved theSORS
eys1 onsm v dt eics to a 94-77 advantage.
e Bullets played the entire NEW YORK (P) - Venerable
e without center Wes Unsold. Walt Alston of the Los Angeles
was in uniform on the bench. Dodgers, who says, "I can't think
rl Monroe paced the Bullets of anything I'd rather do than
28 points and Jack Marin manage," was named yesterday as
the Associated Press' Manager of
aney was second high man for the Year in the National League
on with 18. Ifor the fifth time.
The 59-year-old Alston, in his
ers laminate 18th season as manager of the
ALO, N.Y. (P)-Gail Good- Dodgers, piloted Los Angeles to
poured in 24 points, leading a second-place finish in the NL's
lanced Los Angeles attack as West Division. Los Angeles wound
Akers defeated the Buffalo up one game behind San .Fran-
es 123-106 last night in a cisco after trailing the Giants by
onal Basketball Association eight games going into the final
e, month of the season.
e Lakers led all the way in Alston. whose 18 consecutive
ing their third consecutive seasons with the same club is tops
g at the expense of Buffalo. among active major league man-
ive Los Angeles starters scored agers, received 72 votes from a
dole figures with Wilt Cham- nationwide panel of sports writers
in contributing 20 points and and sportcasters.
West chipping in with 18.
nter Elmore Smith topped the Charlie Fox, in his first full sea-
es with 20 points in 22 min- son as San Francisco manager,
The 7-foot-1 rookie got in was a close second with 65 votes.
foul trouble and f i n a 11 y Danny Murtaugh, the 1970 Man-
d out with 8:04 remaining to ager of the Year who led the Pit-.
*ob Kauffman collected 18 tsburg Pirates to this year's World
uffalo. Series championship, wound up
Major League Standings
NBA Utah 3 0 1.000 -
.ASTERN CONFERENCE Memphis 1 1 .500 1
Atlantic Division Dallas 0 2 .000 2
W L Pct GB Denver 0 4 .000 212
delphia 3 0 1.000 - Yesterday's Games
alo 1 3 .225 2 Utah 150, Carolina 93
York 2 2 .500 2 Indiana 122, Denver 117

n 1 1 .500 2y New York 125, Pittsburgh 120
Central Division NHL
nnatl 1 1 .500 -
more 1 2 .333 ~, East Division
land 1 3 .225 1 W L T Pts GF GA
t 0 2 .000 1I New York 3 1 1 7 22 18
WESTERN CONFERENCE Boston 2 1 1 5 15 91
Midwest Division Montreal 1 1 2 4 18 16
ukee 4 0 1.000 - iVancouiver 3 3 0 4 20 17
it 2 1 .667 1-- Toronto 1 1 24 11 12
go 1 1 .500 1 />Buffalo 1 4 0 2 10 23
ix 11.5001' Detroit 1302 1018
Pacific Division West Division
ngeles 3 0 1.000 - Chicago 5 0 0 10 14 5
e 3 1 .775 ? Pittsburgh 4 1 0 8 14 8
n .Mate 1 2 .000 2 Minnesota -2 1 1 5 14 8
nd 0 2 .000 2 St. Louis 2 4 0 4 18 13
on 0 3 .000 2'' Philadelphia 2 2 0 4 10 1
Yesterday's Games Los Angeles 1 3 1 3 9 16
n 134, Baltimore 114 California 0 3 2 2 19 25
le 101, Cincinnati 100 Yesterday's Games
ukee 116, Cleveland 82 Vancouver 3, St. Louis 0
ork 93, Golden State 84
ngeles 123, Bffualo 106
it at Portland, inc.
ABA
East Division
WV L Pct GB t
fans 2 0 1.000 - -U
cky 1 0 1.000
York 2 1 .666 1
urgh 1 2 .333 1 t F r
ia 1 1 .500 1
na 0 3.000 2
West Division
naA 3 0 1.000 -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

ck

on,

Canucks

ice

Right-way Corrigan
dishes out the misery

Gridde Pickings
Bruce patted his fluffed-out blonde hair daintily and flounced
out of his room into the kitchen, where his parents looked up from
dinner.
"Going out again, Bruce?" asked Mr. Stimkowski cautiously.
"Football game tonight, Dads," answered Bruce as he unjarred a
few pickles. "The guys and I play Washington Tech for that gorgeous
gold loving cup tonight. Oooh, it sends shivers down my back just
thinking about it!"
Bruce's mother, a petite fortyish woman named Marie, smiled
at her big brawny son. They grow up so fast, she thought wistfully.
Bruce waved a final goodbye to his parents and danced out the
door. "Play well, son" said his father, after Bruce had left.
As he got closer and closer to school, Bruce's excitement mount-
ed. Not only was tonight's game the real BIG one, but recently
scribes had been mentioning Bruce as a possible all-state quarter-
back,
Gosh, thought Bruce, it's all a guy could ever want; competing
out there on the field with other brawny guys, and lifting weights
and stuff.
These vainglorious thoughts were interrupted when a swan waddled

By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS-Mike Corrigan fired
two goals past rookie goal-tender
Peter McDuffe last night to pace
the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-1
National Hockey League victory
over the St. Louis Blues.
A fine individual effort by Cor-
rigan gave the Canucks the initial
lead at 11:36 of the first period.
He fought off St. Louis defenseman
Jim Roberts just inside the St.
Louis blue line and managed to
get his shot away dne-handed.
Vancouver added to its lead with
less than six minutes to go in the
second period when Wayne Maki
converted Dannis Kearns' pass
from a bad angle.
Then, with the Blues playing
short-handed at 17:54, Corrigan
scored again. Stickwork by Orland
Kurtenbach and Murray Hall set
Corrigan up 12 feet in front of
McDuffe.
Nets' knock
PITTSBURGH - Bill Melchionni
scored 32 points and Rick Barry
added 30 to pace the New York
Nets to a 125-120 victory over the
Pittsburgh Condors last night in
an American Basketball Associa-
tion game.
The Nets built up a 32-26 edge
after one quarter and led the rest
of the way. Pittsburgh cut the
margin to 91-89 after three periods,
but the Nets held on for the vic-
tory.
The Pittsburgh attack was paced
by George Carter who scored 33
points, and John Brisker, who
netted 32.
The defeat dropped Pittsburgh's
record to 1-2, while New York is
2-1-both victories coming at the
expense of the Condors.
Barry left the game in the last
minute of the final quarter with
an ankle sprain, but a Nets'
spokesman said the injury was not
believed serious.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
AL SHACKELFORD

Pacers pummel
SALT LAKE CITY - The Utah
Stars blitzed the Carolina Cougars
150-93 last night, breaking a team
scoring record and gaining their
third straight American Basketball
Association victory of the season.
George Stone's three-point jump
shot with 11 seconds remaining tied
the record of 149 and his free throw
with three seconds remaining broke
the previous team mark, set Feb.
10 vs. Kentucky.
* * *
Stars shine
D E N V E R - Indiana's Roger
Brown looped in a pair of field
goals to break a 115-115 tie with
less than two minutes to go last
night and the Pacers went on to

into the gridder's path. "Hey, pretty boy, watch where you're goin'!"
it shouted.
"Sorry, Mr. Swan," said Bruce apologetically.
"Gotta get my Gridde Picks to the Daily by midnight Friday,"
cackled the bird. "Can't be bothered by any consarned fruits!"

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Michigan at Minnesota
Iowa at Michigan State
Purdue at Illinois
Northwestern at Indiana
Wisconsin at'Ohio State
Kansas at Iowa State
Oregon State at Washington
Southern Cal at Notre Dame
Baylor at Texas A&M
Miami at Bowling Green

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Rhode Island at Boston U
Pittsburgh at Boston C
Bucknell at Lafayette
Pacific at Montana
Villanova at Tampa
Tulane at Georgia Tech
Holy Cross at Syracuse
Montana St. at Idaho St.
Connecticut at Massachusetts
CWRU at Wilmington

-Associated Press
HAS CONTROVERSY improved Spencer Haywood's basketball?
NBA Supersonic Haywood scored 23 points in last night's game
against the Cincinnati Royals to help the Sonics shade the Royals
101-100. Tom Van Arsdale was Haywood's stepladder. Looking on
are player-manager Lenny ,Wilkens (19) of the Sonics and Nate
Archibald of the Royals.

defeat the
117 in an
Association

Denver Rockets 122-
American Basketball
game.

For the student body:

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10c in the last four years. Temporary employees receive no
sick days, no vacation days, and they get no health benefits.
They have poor job security and cannot receive unemploy-
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izes NL mentor title
third in the balloting with 57 has been working on one-year con-
votes. The voting was based only tracts since he succeeded Charley
on regular season performances. Dressen as Dodgers' manager in
The modest, affable Alston. 1954. Apparently that's the way he
however, paid tribute to Mur- wants it. "I'm satisfied, and I hope
taugh's effort. "That guy in Pit- they are," he said.
tsburgh did quite a job," said Al- Alston said he plans to keep
ston from his home in Darrtown, man "as lnas toska
Ohio. D ga ingy. aseongaIts a
But the Dodgers' pilot also was! healthy. I enjoy doing it."

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g r a t e f u l to receive the award
again. "It's quite an honor," he
said. "I really appreciate it."
Alston also was named NL Man-
ager of the Year in 1955, 1959,
1965 and 1966, all seasons in which
he guided the Dodgers to the!
league championship. He also took
them to the NL title in 1956 and
1963.
Asked about the Dodgers' near-
miss this year, he said, "We were
all disappointed that we didn't win
after getting so close. But you've
got to give the players credit, from
the youngest rookie to the oldest
veteran. Nobody quit. They all
gave 100 per cent, and that's all I
could ask."
Alston, a former school teacher,

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