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Thursday, November 1 1 r 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

ThrdyNvmer1,17'1TE IHGN AL agLee

Pistons
By The Associated Press
DETROIT -The Detroit Pistons
gave new coach Earl Lloyd a happy,
debut yesterday by crushing the'
Portland Trail Blazers, 139-122 in
a National Basketball Association
game.
In the romp, the Pistons ran up
their. highest scoring total of the
season to snap a two-game losing
streak. The loss was Portland's
fourth in -a row and ninth in 11
games this season.
Jimmy Walker, with 31 points,
led the Piston explosion, while Bob

greet
lazers,
daily
sports'
NIGHT EDITOR:
JOEL GREER
tional Hockey League game last
night.
Hextall scored in the first period

Lloyd,.
[39-122,
with less than five minutes to
play. Hadf'ield wrapped up the
scoring with his second goal with
22 seconds left, giving him 26
points.
* *
Leafs burn
TORONTO - Frank Mahovlich,
j the National Hockey League's lead-
ing goal producer, rammed in his
15th goal of the season, leading the
Montreal Canadiens to a 5-2 victory
over his former Toronto teammates
last night.
Wings win
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL - The
Detroit Red Wings, with Mickey
Redmond and Nick Lobett gunning
in goals, edged the Minnesota
North Stars 2-1 last night to hand
new coach Johnny Wilson his first

BOTH BRADY'S OUT:
Problems haunt M' cagers

5

Lanier had 23 and Willie Norwood, to tie tle count after Dale Tallon
a rookie, a pro high of 21. had put Vancouver on the board.
Sidney Wicks, with 31, paced He scored again midway through
Portland. the third period to put the Pen-
guins ahead to stay. Polis added
Bullets bulled the clincher with five minutes left
Bullts blledin the final period.
BALTIMORE - Guard Jerry i i t
Al in n~n~mm~r3in 22 pint ofh

at a ramn i e o 4zp n u l i z l e g r
game-high 35 points in the first Rangers reap Nationa
half yesterday to lead the Chicago NEW YORK - Rod Gilbert and five gan
Bulls to a 125-106 National Bas- Vic Hadfield, the National Hockey
ketball Association victory over the League's two leading scorers, fired Hatik
Baltimore Bullets. two goals apiece as the streaking CHICA
Norm Van Lier, acquired by the New York Rangers romped to a Hawks'
Bulls in a trade earlier this week 7-1 victory over the Los Angeles held the
from Cincinnati, came in during ' Kings yesterday. to one
the second quarter and wound up, Gilbert scored his 12th goal of National
with 12 assists and 12 points, the season and second of the night yesterda
G uard Archie Clark scored 23 -
points to lead Baltimore, while H S C L Y S U D
rookie mate Phil Chenier, starting PHYSICALLY SOUND.
for the missing Monroe, added 21.1

I Hockey League victory in
ies.
s romp
AGO - The Chicago- Black
virtually airtight defense
high-scoring Boston Bruins
goal and 21 shots in a 3-1
I Hockey League victory
y.

By ELLIOT LEGOWj
Michigan's perpetually optimistic'
basketball coach, Johnny Orr has
nothing but good words to say
about his team after their first
two weeks of practice. "Practice
is going good, everything looks
okay," he asserts.
There are other propitious de-
velopments Orr points to including
the marked improvement in the
play of forward John Lockard, but
perhaps more important are the
problems Orr has encountered and
is less interested in discussing.
What was supposed to be a strong
frontcourt assemblage of Ken
Brady, Henry Wilmore, and Ernie
Johnson with Lockard waiting on
the bench as the prime reserve
has been hurt by the absence of
Brady.
The Wolverines' starting pivot-
man last season when he averaged
over 12 points as a sophomore,
Brady injured his knee before prac-
tices started and will miss at least
half and possibly all of this season.
Luckily, Lockard who moves in-
to the forward spot vacated by
Brady's replacement, Johnson, is
"much improved." The 6-5 junior
has always been considered a fine
rebounder but this fall Orr says
that "he is much more aggressive"
and has improved his offensive
game.
There's not much to worry about
with the other starters in the fore-
court-Wilmore and Johnson. Wil-
more must be considered one of
the country's top forwards after
his 25.4 scoring output as a sopho-
more, and Johnson showed his ag-
gressiveness and competitiveness
at center while backing up Brady
last season.
Depth is now a problem at for-
wards, however, with only Steve
Bazelon available, and he is com-
ing off a recent gall bladder ail-
ment.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

Orr will havermore problems at
guard since three men he was
counting on are out, at least tem-
porarily. Senior co-captains Wayne!
Grabiec (6-6) and Dave Hart (5-9)
will be starting but only one of
the many promising sophomores
expected to give them battle is
currently practicing.
Terry Tyler, 6-2, who started at
forward on last year's small fresh-
man squad, is available, but the
two leading scorers on the frosh,
Mike Weaver and John Bridges,
are out as is Sam Brady who was
considered the possible heir to Dan
Fife's starting job.
Bridges is scholastically inelig-
ible this term but hopefully will be
ready to play by the start of the
Big Ten season in January. The
situations of Weaver and Brady
are more confused.
Both, Orr says, are "having some
difficulties" this term and may be
able to rejoin the team in a few
weeks, but they may not. Weaver
avearged over 20 points in the twa
freshman games he played last

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season, but was ineligible the sec-
ond, semester and Brady missed
his entire year of freshman eligi-
bility.
So Orr is left with only Tyler and
Greg Buss, a junior who saw little
action last season, as substitutes
behind Grabiec and Hart and finds
his team lacks great depth at both
guard and forward.
Despite all these problems Orr
appears quite confident about the
Wolverines' opening encounter Nov.
23 against one of the nation's big-
gest and most promising seams.
T h a t evening Michigan meets
Campy Russell and the Michigan
frosh.

-Associated Press
DETROIt CENTER Bob Lanier's jersey is grabbed by Portland
Trail Blazer Gary Gregor in last night's Piston victory. Lanier
appears perturbed by the holding, but continues his pivot as the
official failed to spot the foul.

Hawks hung
ATLANTA-Milwaukee's Kareem
Jabbar lost a scoring duel with I
Atlanta's Lou Hudson yesterday,
but the Bucks still registered a By BILL ALTERMAN
116-110 National Basketball Asso- For the first time since the
ciation victory over the Hawks. opener against Northwestern, the
Bob Landridge added 24 points Wolverines will spend a Saturday
and Oscar Robertson 20 for the olvriss
Bucks and Walt Bellamy contri- on grass.
buted 25 for Atlanta. Not that Coach Bo Schembechler
It was a battle of comebacks, wants to, but Purdue's Ross-Ade
with the Hawks overcoming a nine- Stadium is one of the few remain-
point deficit and the Bucks later ing conference stadia that uses real
erasing an Atlanta lead of 11 live stuff and so Michigan has been

s, turf bother Wolverines

on the grass fields. In addition, due
to the lack of lights over these
fields Schembechler has ordered
practice started 15 minutes earlier
in order to get everything in be-
fore the sun sets.
But alas the best laid plans of
mice and men often go astray and
so it was that gazing out on the
snowy fields Tuesday, Schembech-
ler ordered his squad back onto
the tartan turf.
Bo later admitted he was afraid

points.
*, * "
Penguin power
PITTSBURGH - Bryan Hextall
scored two goals and Greg Polis
added another as the Pittsburgh
Penguins defeated the Vancouver
Canucks 3-1 in a hard-checking Na-
Major League
Standings
NHL I
East Division

making special preparations this
week. Weather permitting, they
will spend every regular practice

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W L T P

New York
Montreal
Boston
!*Toronto
Vancouver
Buffalo
Detroit
Chicago
Minnesota
Pittsburgh
California
Philadelphia
-St. Louis
Los Angeles

10 14
10 22
8 5
4 6
5 9
4 74
4 102
West Division
12 40
10 32
7 8
5 6
57
3 101
2 101

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Eastern drops.in grid poll;
Bonavena-Patterson delayed
By The Associated Press
A Delaware leaped over Eastern Michigan, then squeezed past
McNesse State by one point to take over No. 1 spot in this week's
Associated Press college division football poll jumbled by last Satur-
day's upsets and ties.
The Blue Hens, who boosted their season record to 7-1 by whipping
Lehigh 49-22, were picked first by eight of the 17 voting sportswriters
and broadcasters for a total of 270 points.
Undefeated McNesse State dropped to second with four first-place
votes and 269 points after battling to a 3-3 tie with unranked North-
western Louisiana.
Eastern Michigan, which tied Northeast Louisiana 10-1.0, for a
6-0-2 record, slipped to No. 3 with two tope votes and 258 points.
* * *
* NEW YORK-The 10-round heavyweight fight between former
world champion Floyd Patterson and Argentina's Oscar Bonavena at
Madison Square Garden Dec. 7 was postponed yesterday because of
an injury to Bonavena 's left hand.
Bonavena informed Garden boxing officials that he had reinjured
the pinky finger of his left hand and would not be able to keep his
date with Patterson. The bout was not immediately rescheduled.
* * *
* EDMONTON, Alta.-Expansion of the National Hockey League
League for the 1972-73 season is "a great victory" for the World Hockey
Association, Bill Hunter, executive director of the WHA, said yesterday.
He told a news conference. that the NHL had "panicked by mov-

that if they practiced on it while
it was muddy it would only ruin
the fields and wouldn't add any-
thing to their practice. Instead they
let it go for a day in hopes that it
would dry. And while not it the
best condition yesterday, Schem-
bechler pronounced it "in good
shape."
If the weather Saturday in Lafa-
yette is good then the Wolverine
mentor sees little reason for it to
cause any trouble-adding, "We'll
play whatever it is." He admitted,
however, that a wet field is "an
advantage to the underdog."
Those of you who do not see
what difference it makes between
grass and artificial turf should re-
call the game earlier this year be-
tween Notre Dame and Purdue
which was played in the same sta-
dium the Wolverines will have to
face. Played in the mud PTO rain,
Schembechler termed it, "A great
advertisement for artificial turf."
In addition to the different foot-
ing, the Wolverines will also be
using a different ball this week.
Most Big Ten schools, including
Michigan, use a football manufac-1
tured by Spalding. Purdue, how-
ever, uses one made by Wilson and
so the Wolverines have switched
to the Wilson in practice this week.E
Bo has pronounced his team in
"good shape physically and men-
tally," but it is still not known if
offensiveutackle JimCoode will be
able to start against the Boiler-
makers. Coode sat out last week's
game with a chest injury and if
he can not play Saturday his spot
will again be filled by Tom Poplaw-
ski .
Fritz Seyferth was back and run-
ning this week after a one week
layover but Schembechler says it's
still a fight for the starting full-

feels the Wolverines have a rough
game ahead of them. "They'll give
us a tough game," he theorized
yesterday, "if we win by one point,
I'll be happy." When reminded
that a one point win would not
exactly sky rocket Michigan in the
standings, Schembechler growled,
"I don't care about the polls."

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Yesterday's Games
Montreal 5, Toronto 2
New York 7, Los Angeles 1
Chicago 3, Boston 1
Detroit 2, Minnesota 1
Pittsburgh 3, Vancouver 1
Tonight's Games
California at Boston
*Los Angeles at Buffalo
Vancouver at Philadelphia
Only games scheduled
NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
* Atlantic Division
W L Pc
Boston 10 A2 .83:
Philadelphia 8 4 .667
*.Buffalo 6 8 .429

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ork 6 8 .429
Central Division
nati 4 7 .363
ore 4 9 .307
nd 3 9 .250
3 3 10 .230
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division

B ing up RUS expansion pians. back job between him and sopho-
- The NHL said Tuesday it would expand to Long Island, N.Y., and more Ed Shuttlesworth who scored
2 Atlanta for the 1972-73 season. three touchdowns against Iowa.
The WHA hopes to rival the established NHL and already has Despite having "slipped" by his
awarded 10 franchises-including one in New York. Two more are last two opponents by the collec-
~expected to be announced before the end of December. tive score of 124-14, Schembechler
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Chicago
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Portland
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Pacific Division
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the fifth inning to break a scoreless tie and drove in another as the
- Baltimore Orioles defeated a combined Japan Central League team
4-2 yesterday.
6V ' Baltimore, now 9-1-3 on their tour, was held to only five hits by
the Japanese team while winning pitcher Mike Ceullar allowed 11.

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Wednesday's Games
Chicago 125, Baltimore 106
t;incinnati 99, New York 85
Detroit 139, Portland 122
Los Angeles 143, Philadelphia 103
Boston 142. Houston 103
Milwaukee 116, Atlanta 110
Tonight's Games
Golden State at New York
Cleveland at Seattle
Only games scheduled
ABA
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Carolina 3 9
West Division
Utah 9 6
*diana 8 6
Dallas 6 8
Denver 4 7
Memphis 5 9
Tuesday's Results
Kentucky 106, Denver 96
Pittsburgh 133, Indiana 123
Utah 93, Memphis 90
Dallas 90, New York 86
Only games scheduled
Wednesday's Games
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