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Thursday, October 21, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, October 21, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Bruins

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON -.Bobby Orr triggered'
a first-period outburst with a goal
and a pair of assists and the Bos-
ton Bruins hung on last night for
a 4-3 National Hockey League vic- S
tory over the Detroit Red Wings.
Orr sent across the blue line on:
a lead pass from Phil Esposito NIGHT EDITOR:
scored on a backhanded flip at BOB ANDREWS
1:41 of the opening period.
Then he combined with Esposito
to set up Dallas Smith while the seau provided the Rangers with an
Bruins were shorthanded at 7:43. insurance tally late in the third
Fred Stanfield, assisted by Orr period.
and Johnny McKenzie cashed a Only 20 seconds had elapsed in

W ings;
I ing Pittsburgh to an 8-1 victory
over the Los Angeles Kings last
night, the Penguins fifth triumph
in six National Hockey L e a g u e
games this season.
The Penguins held a 3-0 edge
after the first period on goals by
Jean Pronovost Rene Robert and
Bob Leiter.
Los Angeles narrowed the mar-
gin to 3-1 in the second period
before Hextall's first goal of the '
game-and the season made it 4-1.
Pittsburgh scored four more

Rangers

Loughery added four more points
and Cunningham two fouls as
Seattle ,managed only a free throw
by player-Coach Lenny Wilkens
the rest of the way.
Lakers lash
ATLANTA - Wilt Chamberlain
scored 14 points in the final 31/2
minutes last night as the Los
Angeles Lakers routed the Atlanta

iod. Ron Williams
with 15 points.

led the way

The only serious challenge by
the Cavaliers after that came when
Charlie Davis made the first three
baskets in the second half to cut
the lead to 60-57. The Warriors
then pulled away to a 72-59 lead
and were never threatened as they
evened their record to 2-2.
* * *

triumph

59 points and Les Hunter hit two
key baskets in the final minute as
Kentucky edged Memphis 106-104
in American Basketball Associa-
tion action yesterday.
Squires steam
MIAMI - Charlie Scott's 47
points e n a b 1 e d the Virginia
Squires to hold off repeated late
rallies for a 11-108 victory over
the Floridians last night in an
American Basketball Association
game.

Hawks 126-104 in a National Bas-
ketball Association game. Lolonels kill

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rebound for a power-play goal and
a 3-0 Boston lead at 9:51.
Detroit narrowed the count on"
goals by rookie Marcel Dionne and
Mickey Redmond midway through
the second period but Eddie West-
fall made it 4-2 at 18:41 of the
middle session.
The wings closed to within one
goal when Red Berenson helping
to kill a penalty scored on a 50-
foot slap shot at 11:42 of the final
period..
* * *
Rangers rush
NEW YORK -- The New York
Rangers turned back Chicago 3-1
last night and snapped' the pre-
viously unbeaten Black Hawks'
Sfive-game National Hockey League
victory streak.
Defenseman Brad Park's power
play goal at 14:56 of the second
period broke a 1-1 tie. Bobby Rous-

the opening period when Rod Gil-
bert put New York in fi'ont 1-0
'with his fourth goal of the season.
Gilbert the league's leading scor-
er boosted his scoring output to 12a
points.
Chicago tied the game at 1-1
midway in the first stanza when
Andrew Lacroix recently acquired
from Philadelphia collected his
first goal for the Hawks with the
Rangers short-handed.
Chicago entered the game as the
league's top defensive team having
yielded only five goals in their'
five-game winning streak but the
Rangers riddled goalie Tony Espo-
sito for 27 shots while the Hawks
were only able to get off 22 shots;
on Ranger goalie Gilles Villemure.
Pitt paces
PITTSBURGH - Brian Hextall
scored a pair of goals to lead surg-

times in the final frame on goals The game was close for three
by Sheldon Kannegeisser, Hextall, quarters, the lead changing hands
Keith McCreacy and Darryl Ede- 11 times, eight times in the third
strand. period. But Chamberlain put the
*x*M *Lakers ahead for good, 88-86, with
ja fall-away shot from nine feet
Phillies prance out two seconds before the thirdl
PHILADELPHIA-Bill Cunning- quarter ended.
hamn and Kevin Lughery co The towering Chamberlain, who
dfor 49 points and did the had scored only six points in anr
inept performance for three quar-
For further information about ters, sunk a basket with 3:30 left
Flood vs. baseball, see page to give the Lakers a 112-98 lead.t
seven. * * *

LOUISVILLE, Ky - Dan Issel
and Louie Dampier combined for

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Major League Standings
NHL NBA

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25 19
19 12
21 25
18 16
13 19
17 25
13 22

clutch scoring at the end as the
unbeaten Philadelphia 76ers picked
up their fourth straight National
Basketball Association victory by
defeating the Seattle Supersonics
100-93 last night.
After Seattle's Bob Rule had tied
the game at 92-92 with 2:51 left,
Loughery canned a long jumper
to put the 76ers ahead to stay at
94-92 with 2:27 left.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio-Cazzie Rus-
sell scored 29 points and Jeff Mul-
lins added 27 last night as the
Golden State Warriors romped to
a 115-98 National Basketball As-
sociation triumph over the Cleve-
land Cavaliers.
The Warriors jumped into a 35-
27 first quarter lead by making 9
of their 13 field shots in the per-

Philadelpi
Boston
New York
Buffalo.
Cincinnati
Baltimore
Cleveland
Atlanta
Milwaukee
Detroit
Chicago

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct
hia 4 0 1.000
1 1 .500
2 2.500
1 3 .250

Chicago
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Los Angeles
California

West Division
5 0 0 10 15
5 1 1 10 22
3 1 1 7 18
2 2 0 4 10
2 4 0. 4 19
1 4 1 3 10
0 3 2 2 19

Central Division
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12
14
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Western' Conference
Midwest Division

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LEAD AGAINST RUSH

Yesterday's Games
New York 3, Chicago 1
Boston 4, Detroit 3
Buffalo 7, Toronto 2
Pittsburgh 8, Los Angeles 1
Minnesota 7, Vancouver 0
Montreal at California, inc.
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
Chicago at Buffalo
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
only games ccheduled

Phoenix 1 1.
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 4 0 1
Seattle 3 2
Golden State 2 2
Portland 0 3
Houston 0 4
Yesterday's Games
Philadelphia 100, Seattle 93
Los Angeles 126, Atlanta 104
Golden State 115, Cleveland 98
Chicago 125, Houston 110
Only games scheduled
Thursday's Games
No'games scheduled

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-Associated Press
PITTSBURGH PENGUIN Bob Leiter stick handles past sprawl-
ing Los Angeles defenseman Harry Howell for his second score
of the season. Kings' goalie Denis Dejordy reaches in vain. The
Penguins swamped the Kings 8-1.

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Michigan defense deemed tough

By JOEL GREER
Long being an advocate of a
strong defense, Coach Bo Schem-
bechler couldn't be more pleased
with this season's.squad. "The de-
fense was strong again," assessed
Schembechler after the Illinois
game. His praise of the defensive
unit has become rather common-
place as a look at this week's sta-
tistics would indicate.
Nationally, Michigan r a t e s
number one at defensing the rush.
The Wolverines have held the op-
iipsing rushers to a mere 56.3

yerds per game. .
In total defense, Miami of
holds the top spot with a
average while Michigan is a
second at 151.7.

Ohio
143.0
close

In the most important category
is scoring defense, Michigan again
placed in second place allowing an
average of 4.2 points per game.
Notre Dame leads the nation with
a 3.2 average allowance.
In the Big Ten, Michigans leads
in all areas with the exception
of passing defense. There, Michi-
gan State holds the top spot with
an 88.8 yards per game average.
The Wolverine defenders have
held the opposition to an aver-
age of 95.3 for second place.
Offensively, Michigan also has
done well nationally. The Wolver'-
ines rank eighth in rushing with
an average game of 297.0 yards.
Number two ranked Oklahoma
leads in that category averaging
441.8 using the highly successful
wishbone-T.I
The Sooners are also the total

offense leader with a 517.6 aver-
age while Mic.higan ranks twenty-
fourth at 373.7.
Probably the best balance in the
nation is shown by number one
ranked Nebraska. The Cornhusk-
ers rate thirteenth in both rush-
ing and passing, while supporting
a 471.5 total offense average, good
enough for second.
The scoring offense leader is
Oklahoma again. The Sooners
boast a 42.2 average, while Ne-
braska is second at 39.3, and the
Wolverines hold down the number
five spot at 36.7.
Looking at the Big Ten, the
Wolverine offensive machine, is
first in both scoring and rushing,
third in total offense and a poor
ninth in passing.
Individually, only Billy Taylor
and Dana Coin rank nationally.
Taylor is twenty-eighth in rush-
ing with a 96.8 yards per game
average and Coin is eleventh in
kick-scoring. Coin currently has
the longest consecutive extra-
point streak in the nation as he
has, been perfect with all 29 at-
tempts.
Rufus Furguson of Wisconsin
still holds the Big Ten rushing
lead supporting a 106.7 average.
Purdue fullback Otis Armstrong is
a close second at 105.4. The Spar-
tan's Eric Allen produced 247
yards last Saturday to move up to
third, while Billy Taylor is now
fifth.
Furguson continues to lead the
way in scoring with 10 touchdowns

and a two-point conversion. Ohio
State quarterback Don Lamka is
tied with Billy Taylor for second.
Each has scored seven touch-
downs.
Dana Coin is fourth with 38
points including three field goals
along with his 29 extra-points.
Sophomore Barry Dotzauer con-
tinues to do a fine job as the Wol-
verine punter. His 41.5 average
ranks him third in the Big Ten
behind Mike Perfetti of Minnesota
(42.6) and John Krugman of Wis-
consin (42.0).
Leading in both kickoff returns
and punt returns is the Badgers'
Greg "Grape Juice" Johnson. His
30.8 kickoff return average puts
him ahead of Hawkeye Craig Cle-
mons (24.6). Grape Juice also

holds a slight lead over Michigan
safety Tom Darden in punt re-
turns. Johnson has averaged 12.7
for thirteen returns while Dar-
den has averaged 12.1 for fifteen.
In other Michigan statistics,
wingback Glenn Doughty leads
the receivers with 12 catches for
174 yards. Bo Rather has caught
seven for 104.
Tom Slade has completed 13 of
25 for 195 yards and one touch-
down as Michigan's leading pass-
er. Injured, Kevin Casey is 13 for
30 for 155 yards and also one
touchdown. Both have been inter-
cepted once.
Strongside linebacker Mike Tay-
lor has led the powerful defense
with 50 solo tackles and 21 as-
sists.

Music Festival & (arnival
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Young Wonmen's Christian Council
There will be SOUL FOOD for sale
and games to play

Saturday, Oct. 23
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1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
2. Iowa at Michigan State
3. Purdue at Illinois
4. Northwestern at Indiana
5. Wisconsin at Ohio State
6. Kansas at Iowa State
7. Oregon State at Washington
8. Southern Cal at Notre Dame
9. Baylor at Texas A&M
10. Miami at Bowling Green
11. Rhode Island at Boston U
12. Pittsburgh at Boston C
13. Bucknell at Lafayette
14 Pacific at Montana
15. Villanova at Tampa
16. Tulane at Georgia Tech
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20. CWRU at Wilmington
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