Thursday, October 28, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thu rsdcy, October 28, 'I 971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
Baltimore zaps Detroit, 128-98,
as Marii, Clark pace offense
Broadway Blue bombard, 7-4,
as Rousseau, Gilbert tally twice
By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - A r c h i e Clark
scored 18 points in his Baltimore
home debut and teamed with Jack
Marn; who scored 26, to lead the
Bullets to a 128-98 victory over the
Detroit Pistons last night.
Clark, who was suspended and
fined for missing two games ear-
lier in the month after being ob-
tained in a trade from Philadelphia,
was credited with nine assists as
the Bullets snapped a four-game
Marin scored 11 points in both
the first and third quarters as
Baltimore opened ;up a 35-21 lead
at the end of the first period and
stayed in front thereafter. Rookie
' Phil Chenier scored 19 for the
Detroit, playing without the in-
jured Dave Bing, was led by Jim
Walker with 19 points and Bob
Lanier with 18. Lanier's eight re-
bounds was the best for the Pistons
off the boards.
given a medical okay to play
against Houston after his chest
pains were diagnosed as nothing
more serious than a bruise.
Rudy Tomjanovich and Calvin
Murphy paced the Rockets with
25 and 24 points, respectively.
Hayes finished with just 13.
BOB ANDREWS Cavscroaa
White scored 29 points and the ham scored 31 points as the 76ers
Boston Celtics held Houston's El- broke open a tight game in the
vin Hayes to three field goals last fourth quarter to defeat the Cleve-
night in a 108-97 National Basket- land Cavaliers, 120-106, last night
ball Association victory over the in National Basketball action.
Rockets. The 76ers got 19 points from Jim
The Celtics, who- had a four- Washington and 18 from Fred Fos-
ter. Rookie Charlie Davis had 30
game winning streak snapped in points ic hdrg16traightfdo
New York Tuesday night, rebound- the foul line, to top the Cavaliers.
ouston,decisive fashion against Philadelphia held a 55-51 lead at
ousvitoywhich ham edolhalftime and was on top 83-79
one victory in eight games. d entering the last period. Cunning-
Boston took a 27-23 first period ham made five straight shots Phil-
lead, widened the advantage to adelphia owned a 99-87 lead and
55-44 at halftime and breezed the Cleveland never seriously threat-
rest of the way, hiking its record ened the rest of the game.
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Rod Gilbert and
Bobby Rousseau fired two goals
apiece last night, leading the New
York Rangers to a 7-4 National
Hockey League victory over the
Detroit Red Wings.
Gilbert's linemates, Vic Hadfield
and .John Ratelle, also scored for
Rousseau got the Rangers start-
ed with the game barely 21/2 min-
utes old. He lost his helmet in the
scramble, but put the puck past
Detroit goalie Joe Daley.
Gilbert and Detroit's Red Beren-
son scored second period goals and
then the Rangers put it away with
a flurry of three goals in the first
6% minutes of the final period.
PITTSBURGH - Bobby Sheehan
scored two goals, including one in
the first period when California
erupted for three goals within 3
minutes, 24 seconds, as the Golden
Seals defeated the Pittsburgh Pen-
guins 6-4 yesterday in a National
Hockey League game.
TORONTO - Toronto's Bernie
Parent and Vancouver's Dunc Wil-
son matched shutout goaltending
last night as the Maple Leafs and
Canucks battled to a 0-0 National
Hockey League tie.
Wilson played a spectacular
game in the Vancouver net, turn-
ing aside 34 Leaf shots while
Parent was called on to make
only the odd key save in stopping
20 Canuck shots.
MONTREAL - T h e Montreal
Canadiens exploded for three sec-
ond-period goals last night and
went on to a 5-2 National Hockey
League victory over the Boston
Bruins in their first meeting since
last year's Stanley Cup playoffs.
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ATLANTA-The Atlanta Hawks John Havlicek scored 21 points,
scored 15 straight points in a hot while Dave Cowens contributed 14,
second - quarter streak yesterday DonNelson 11 and Don Chaney 10
had held on to defeat the New in the Boston attack. Cowens sat
York Knicks, 110-96, in a National out the New York game, but was
Basketball Association game.
The Hawks only previous victory
in six games also was over the
Milt Williams, picked up on
waivers . from the Knicks earlier
in the season, sparked Atlanta's
15-point splurge with a steal and
three field goals.BG
Williams wound up with 16 By JOEL GREER
points, behind Lou Hudson's 28, Poor Al Renfrew.
Walt Bellamy's 24 and rookie Not only does the Wolverine
George Trapp's 17. hockey coach have the difficult
Walt Frazier finished with 20 assignment of rescuing his team
points, high for the Knicks. Frazier ,from the bottom eschelons of the
scored 11 of his points in the Western Collegiate Hockey Associ-
fourth quarter, igniting a rally ation, but he has to do it alone.
which brought the Knicks from a Last year's assistant coach, Phil
20-point deficit at the end of the Gross, left the squad to become
third quarter to within six points the head coach at Trenton High
hd t h School. Gross will indeed be missed
as his presence last season helped
Rockets grounded Renfrew immeasurably. "It is very
BOSTON-Sharp-shooting Jo Jo difficult withsonly one coach. In
practice we should have a man
working at both ends of the ice,"
explained Renfrew after yester-
O rioles rl l, day's practice session.
Renfrew will be entering his
fifeenth year as the Michigan icea
down Giants general when the squad opens its
1971-72 season at home Novem-
SENDAI, Japan (P) - Pat Dob- ber 12 against Western Ontario.
son's three-hit pitching held the Thus far he has been pleased
Yomiuri Giants scoreless until the with the pre-season w o r k o u t s.
ninth inning while the Baltimore "They're a real good group and
Orioles exploded for 13 hits and they've been working very hard.'
a 10-1 victory yesterday. He has been especially satisfied
The Orioles stunned G i a n t s with this year's seniors. "They've
starter Kazumi Takahashi with all helped out with practice anq
four runs in the first inning and (Captain Brian) Skinner is doing
four more in the fifth. The fifth- his job well."
inning burst came when short- It's going to take a tremendous
stop Mark Belanger tripled for the effort if the Wolverines are to
second time, bringing in two run- make a significant climb in the
ners, and leftfielder Don Buford standings. Last season's squad fin-
smashed a two-run homer. ished with a 9-21-0 overall recordI
Cunningham had 15 of his points
in the first half while Davis had
16 in the first two periods for the
Bobby Smith had 24 points for
the losers and Walt Wesley had 23.
BLOND-MOPPED GARRY UNGER (7) is caught looking as Min-
nesota's Ted Hampson gets a shot off on goalie Ernie Wakely.
St. Louis really sang the Blues as they lost to the Stars, 2-1, in
hockey action last night.
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201 E. HOOVER, ANN ARBOR-FREE PARKING
and a 5-17-0 mark in the league, Goalkeeping remains a big ques- student teaching this semester and
bad enough for a last place finish. tionmark as two-year veteran Karl he usually doesn't get here until
With the addition of Notre Bagnell returns. Bagnell had a after we've started," Renfrew in-
Dame to the conference it is con- superb sophomore season but he dicated.
ceivable that the icers could be- slumped badly last year giving up Behind Bagnell are two fresh-
come the first tenth place finisher 4.7 goals per game. man candidates, Terry Lajeunesse
in WCHA history. Bagnell has had a rough time of Houghton and another Detroit-
Perhaps the biggest problem the getting to practice on time and he er, Ray Bolles. Either should be
Wolverines must face is the re- needs a lot of work. "He has been ready if Bagnell falters again.
placement of nearly its entire -
scoring punch. Although leading
scorer Bernie Gagnon (48 points) G 'dd Pickings
returns, the next three scorers be-
low him have- graduated. With the
iloss of Paul Gamsby (37 points),
i sBrian Slack (30 points)(and Merle Tenderly he picked up his 78 per cent stainless steel-22 per cent
Falk (29 points), Renfrew is de- berillium (At. Wt. 9.013) alloy slide rule. Gently he fondled the
pending on this year's freshmen plastic index and the aluminum set screws.
class to fill the gaps.
While Renfrew is not definite "Well Alvin, old boy," he said speaking to his slide rule, "you've
on any of his lines, four offensive pulled me through some tough times before. Remember that time in
combinations and three defensive old man Morrison's class, when I had to multiply those 37 numbers
pairs have been working together. for the blue book and still retain five significant figures."
Theonly line left intact from Tears welled in his eyes as he continued.
Julian Nixon-Bob Falconer trio. A "You came through then like a champ, Alvin. And remember
Iasecond combination is made up of the time that we had to take those logarithims in the 369 course. You
Buck Straub, Rene Desmarais and didn't miss a single one," he murmured softly.
Roy Ashworth. The third, which 1. Indiana at MICHIGAN 16. Duke at Georgia Tech
may turn into the most exciting (lick score) 17. Rice at Texas Tech
Igroup, has featured a trio of fly- (iksoe hoSaea inst 18. VMI at Maryland
ing Frenchmen.Theall-Montreal 2. Ohio State at Minnesota 19. Air Force at Arizona State
line consists of Gagnon, Michel 3. Michigan State at Purdue 20. DAILY LIBELS vs.
Jarry and freshman Paul-Andre 4. Northwestern at Illinois ucellerdwellers
i. 5. Wisconsin at Iowa
A fourth combination finds an 6. Iowa State at Oklahoma
all-freshman contingent. Two for-
mer Detroit Jr. Wings' standouts,
Pat Donnelly and Frank War
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.. native Randy Neal.
Professional League Standings The defense, which was the
weakest link of a rather weakI
Oklahoma State at Kansas
Kansas State at Missouri
Colorado at Nebraska
USC at California
Stanford at Oregon State
Washington at UCLA
Georgia at South Carolina
Army at Miami of Florida
Florida State at Houston
W L Pi
Philadelphia 6 1 .83:
Boston 5 2 .71
New York 4 4 .50
Buffalo 2 5 .28
Atlanta 2 5.2
Baltimore 2 5 .28,
Cleveland 2 6 .25
Cincinnati 1 4 .20
Milwaukee 7 0 1.00
Chicago 5 1 .83
Detroit 4 4 .50
Phoenix 2 3 .40
Los Angeles 5 1 .83
chain last year will have to im-
- prove its 4.9 goals-against average.
2, Skinner has been teamed with
3 freshman Randy Trudeau while
3Y2 explosive Punch Cartier is teamed
with Jerry Lefebvre. A third de-
fensive duo features Gary Connelly
and freshman Pete Dunbar. Ren-'
Pittsburgh 131, Carolina 121
Virginia 110, Kentucky 107
Memphis at Utah, inc.
frew also mentioned that
Connelly and Dunbar can
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Seattle 5 2
Golden State 3 3 3
Portland 1 4
Houston 1 7
Boston 108, Houston 97
Atlanta 110, New York 96
Philadelphia 120, Cleveland 106
Baltimore 128, Detroit 98
Virginia 5 2
New York 4 3
Floridians 3 4
Pittsburgh 3 4
Carolina 2 5
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New York 7, Detroit 4
Montreal 5, Boston 2
Vancouver 0, Toronto 0
California 6, Pittsburgh 4
Minnesota 2, St. Louis 1
Buffalo at Los Angeles, inc.
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