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Tuesday, November 2, 1971


Page Nine'

Tuesday, November 2, ~ 971 11-IL MlCH1(~AN OA1LY

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By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - The Detroit
Lions, playing their first game
since the death of wide receiver
Chuck Hughes, battled to a 14-14
die with the Green Bay Packers
last night in a game of missed
scoring opportunities played in a
driving rain.
The tie dropped the Lions into
third place in the- Central Dl-
vision of the National Football
Conference with a 4-2-1 record
behind frontrunning Minnesota,
6-1 and Chicago, 5-2.
Wearing black arm bands of
mourning, the Lions had one
drive ended by a fumble and had
a 32-yard field goal blocked as
they tried to break through in a
scoreless second half.
And so it had to be an ex-
tremely disappointing evening for
the Lions, who had to battle back
even to salvage a tie, scoring
the tying touchdown with 17 sec-,
onds left to go in the first half
on Greg Landry's 49-yard pass to
Charlie Sanders.
The Lions' only *other touch-
down had come on the first series
of plays in the game, when de-




fensive tackle Bob Bell, making
his first start, picked up a fum-
ble by Green Bay quarterback
Scott Hunter and raced 25 yards
for a touchdown.
The Packers battled back to tie
on Dave Hampton's two-yard run
in the firstquarter, then took the
lead 14-7 in the second quarter
when, Hunter dove one yard for
a touchdown with 58 seconds left
in the half.

Just 41 seconds later, Landry
had the Lions on the scoreboard
with the tying touchdown. But
that was it for the Lions and the
Packers, as the teams remained
scoreless the rest of the way.
Whether the death of Hughes
was a factor remained a ques-
tion. But the Lions did miss a day
of practice as the entire team
traveled to San Antonio, Tex., for
Hughes' funeral.

And before the game, running
back Steve Owens said, "It was
impossible to concentrate on get-
ting ready for a football game
this week."
And when the Lions took the
field, a grim reminder met them,
a bright white ambulance on the
sidelines housing a mobile car-
diac intensive care unit-a unit
that was not present when Hughes
had a heart attack in last Sun-
day's game against the Chicago
Detroit took a quick 7-0 lead
on the fourth play of the game
when Hunter faded to pass and
found himself face-to-face with
Detroit defensive end Larry Hand,
who knocked the ball out of Hunt-
er's hand. Bell picked it up and
raced 25 yards unmolested for the
Red Wings blasted
TORONTO - Ron Ellis scored
three goals last night to lead the
Toronto Maple Leafs to a 6-1 Na-
tional Hockey League victory over
Detroit and spoil John Wilson's
debut as coach of the Red Wings.

Center Norm Ullman assisted
on all three goals by Ellis and set
up one of two goals by left-wingeir
Paul Henderson.
Ellis delivered a goal in each
period, including the last of three
straight in the final period that
put the icing on the victory.
Henderson drilled in goals in
the second and third periods and
Dave Keon collected the other
Maple Leaf goal in the last stan-
Tim Ecclestone scored the only
Detroit goal, a tally with 34 sec-
onds gone in the. third period
that cut the Maple Leaf lead to
3-1 before their three-goal bar-
A crowd of 16,485 watched the
Leafs outshoot the Red Wings 35-

-Associated Press
JOHN BROCKINGTON of the Green Bay Packers dashes through a hole in the Detroit Lion defense on
his way to a long gain. Brockington's run set up a Packer touchdown but the Packers and Lions ended
in a 14-14 deadlock.


'B w SOZg
By FRANK LONGO ers' game with Nebraska. He did
It's less than two months till call Nebraska "a magnificent
Bowl Day, and while a certain team" 'and added it would take "a
Midwestern football power appears really super game" to beat them.


Tto have a berth sewn up, a few!
other teams throughout the na-
tion will be fighting all out in the
next three weeks for a trip south.
Included in the package will
more than likely be a conference
championship for some and a high
national ranking for others, or
In the Big Eight, quite a battle
is expected between Nebraska and
Oklahoma, the number one and
two ranked teams in the country,
when they go at it on Turkey Day.
Saturday the Cornhuskers de-
feated ninth-rated Colorado 31-71
wh i 1 e Oklahoma overpowered
Iowa State 43-13.
Colorado coach Eddie Crowder,
whose team was defeated earlier
by Oklahoma 45-17, declined to
predict the outcome of the Soon-

Ken Johnson, the ColoradoI
quarterback, said, "Nebraska's got'
the better defense, but I think Ok-
lahoma has got the better offense.
It's gonna be unreal."
The Sooners rushed for only
504 yards this week but Jack Mil-
dren decided to test his passing
arm and wound up adding 175
yards in the air. Nebraska relied
on its fine defense which has giv-
en up only 6.5 points per game
this year in stopping the Buffa-
loes for their eighth win.
ince the Big Eight has no rules
concerning who can and can't go
to bowl games, conceivably both
could get invited.
In Chicago Notre Dame Athletic
Director Moore Krause reported
that the Irish have been scouted

by representatives of four major
bowls in the last two weeks and
are "hoping and praying for a
bowl bid."
Notre Dame repealed a rule for-
bidding themselves to attend post-
season bowl games two years ago
and have since attended the Cot-
ton Bowl twice.
"We've been scouted by repre-
sentatives from the Orange Bowl,
Sugar Bowl, Cotton Bowl, and
Gator Bowl, said Krause, who said
he's happy with Notre Dame's 5-1
record and added "Ara is the best
coach in the country and I guar-
antee Notre Dame will finish in
the top 10." Last Saturday Notre
Dame defeated Navy, 21-0.
Three other major conferences
are also still totally up for grabs
with the winner in each case in
for a sure bowl bid. In the Pa-
cific Eight, Washington State de-
feated Oregon 31-21 Saturday to
put themselves in contention with
Oregon and Stanford, who beat
Oregon State 31-24. All three
teams have one loss in conference
play. Of course the winner goes to
Pasadena to play a Big Ten team.
In the Southwest Conference, an-
other battle is looming between
Texas and Arkansas. Both teams
have one :loss in league games with
Texas A&M upsetting Arkansas
last weekend 17-9 and Texas edg-
ing South Methodist 22-18. The

winner there gets an automatic
berth in the Cotton Bowl.
The toughest race of all, how-
ever, may be in the Southeastern
Conference, where Alabama, Geor-
gia, and Auburn are all undefeat-
ed. The Bulldogs blanked South
Carolina 24-0 while Alabama
turned back Mississippi State 41-
10 and Auburn trimmed Florida
Elsewhere in the country, the
death of TCU coach Jim Pittman
sent the Southwestern Confer-
ence into mourning. Pittman col-
lapsed on the 'sideslines of his
team's game with Baylor Satur-
day night, and died at a Waco,
Texas hospital. His team was in-
formed of his death during half-
time, and went out to 'overcome
Baylor 34-27.
Applications for University
staff season basketball tickets
are now being taken at 12 dol-
lars per ticket. Staff applicants
are also permitted to buy, at
same price, one season ticket for
spouse and two for dependents
between ages of 10 and 18.
Priority tickets for University
staff members ends November


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-Associated Press
GREEN BAY PACKERS' Fred --------s---------s
Carr catches Detroit Lions quar-
terback Greg Landry beforeH
Landry could scramble for a
first down last night in rain AS YOU LIKE IT!
soaked County Stadium in Mil-T
Waukee, & RAZOR CUTS



Detroit coaches quit,
blast hometown fans
DETROIT WP) - The booing from the hometown fans cost De-
troit pro sports two coaches over the weekend as Doug Barkley of
the Red Wings and Bill van Breda Kolff of the Detroit Pistons handed
in their surprise resignations.
Barkley, a 34-year-old veteran of the National Hockey League,
resigned just before the Wings took the ice at Detroit Olympia Sun-
day night and handed Pittsburgh a 3-1 setback.
"I Just could not live with the pressure of 15,000 fans booing
ind the pressure from press and television and radio," the said in
explaining his decisioni.
Detroit pro fans were still recovering from the surprise of
the Barkley decision when van Breda Kolff walked into the Pistons'
office yesterday morning and announced his resignation.
He had signed a two-year $45,000 a year contract only two
months ago and had won two gomes over the weekend in National
iasketball Association play.
"The Detroit fans are supposed to be very good ones but I don't
think they are insofar as loyalty is concerned," van Breda Kolff said.
"The fans really get to you, especially when you hear them say
how dumb you are and things like that," explained van Breda Kolff.
The 45-year-old NBA coach came to the Pistons two years ago
after coaching the Los Angeles Lakers for two years. He led the Pis-
*ons to their best record in history last year-a 45-37 win-loss mark.
They are 6-4 at, the moment.
Pistons General Manager Edwin Coil said van Breda Kolff "ap-
proached me ,last Thursday night and said he was going to quit."
Coil said, "I tried to talk him out of it and after we won two
games over the weekend, I figpred everything would be okay but then
he came into my office today and said the resignation stood."
Van Breda Kolff told newsmen at the Pistons' office following
his resignation that he had no intention of coaching either pro or
collegiate basketball again.
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