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Thursday, December 9, 1,971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Thurday Decmbe 9,1971THEMICHGANDAIY Pae EevI

Habs
Ila S
By The Associated Press
MONTREAL-Veteran J.C. Trem-
blay scored his first two goals of
the season, and teammate Pierre
Bouchard scored the first goal of
his National HockeyLeague career-
as the Montreal Canadiens defeat-
ed the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 last
night.
After a scoreless first period,
Tremblay. knocked in the game's
first goal at 7:58 of the second
period, triggering a three-goal
Montreal outburst in the stanza.
Bouchard rifled in a second
Canadien score seven minutes later
but Detroit came back to tie on
two quick goals by Doug Volmar
and Red Berenson within 76 sec-
onds.
Tremblay then put Montreal
ahead for good 3-2 on a goal with
a little over a minute left in the
period.

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sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JOHN PAPANEK
Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-1 Na-
tional Hockey League victory over
the Minnesota. North Stars yes-
terday.
Sittler banged in the game's first
goal with an assist from Ullman
in the first period, then fed Jim
Harrison's third-period score.
Ullman ripped in the deciding
goal, giving the Maple Leafs a 2-0
lead with barely two minutes gone
in the second period.

Vings;
Star s
National Hockey League West by
holding the California Golden Seals
to a 1-1 tie last night.
A goal by Bob Leiter late in the
second period evened the score for
Pittsburgh and neither team could
get a shot past either goalkeepers
the rest of the way.
Rangers draw
CHICAGO - Vic Hadfield's 20th
goal of the season at 8:13 of the
final period pulled the New York
Rangers into a 2-2 tie with the
Chicago Black Hawks in a crisply
played National Hockey League
game last night.
Slightly more than a minute
earlier, Chicago had taken a 2-1
lead when Pit Martin took a pass
at the goal mouth from Chico Maki
and drove the puck over a prone
Ed Giacomin in the New York,
cage.
Jean Ratelle set up the tyingE
marker by clearing the puck deep
into Chicago ice before slipping a
pass to Hadfield. The Rangers cap-
tain fought off a Chicago checker
and slipped the puck behind Hawk,
goaltender Tony Esposito.

76ERS RIP ROYALS:

Celtics
By The Associated Press
BOSTON - John Haviliceki
scored 12 of his 28 points in the1
first quarter last night as thet
Boston Celtics jumped out to1
an early lead and then easily de-
feated the Cleveland Cavaliers1
126-107 in a National Basket-1
ball Association contest.,
, The victory moved the Celtics
21/ games in front of the idle
New York Knicks in the NBA's
Atlantic Division.
The Celtics led by 11 after the
first quarter, 33-22, but Cleve-
land closed the gap to 53-46 with
2%/2 minutes to play in the half.
Boston then ran off the last 101
points before intermission for a
17-point lead it never relinquish-
ed.
Jo Jo White had 27 points for the
Celtics and Don Chaney 19. Dave1
Sorenson led the Cavaliers with
19 points.
* * *
Royals roasted
CINCINNATI - Guard Kevin
Loughery poured in 11 straightj
last-period points for the Phil-
adelphia 76ers to fight off a late
charge by the Cincinnati Royals
to win 115-109 in a National Bas-
ketball Association game yester-
day.
The Royals, who were down by
17 points midway in the second

cream

Cavs

Stars stunned Pens tie
TORONTO - Daryl Sittler and PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh
Norm Ullman eeach scored goals Penguins moved into undisputed
and had an assist,. leading the possession of third place in the,

There ain't no way!
The DAILY LIBELS' Prince of the Pits, Gorilla Greer casts an
iron-cold glance at a nosy photog who caught the Gorilla work-
ing out for the first annual INK BOWL to be played Dec. 31 in
Pasadena. All-American Greer grunted a warning to the Inca-
dinka-doos of Stanford University: "No way you're gonna
touch us!"

period, fought back to within -one
point, 96-95 with 2:44 to go when.
Loughery got hot. H. Greer pump-
ed in two free throws for Philadel-
phia rounding out the scoring.
John Green had 17 points and
17 rebounds for Cincinnati, which
hit for 54 per cent from the floor,
while Philadelphia won with only
43 per cent. Center Bob Rule had
22 points for the 76ers.
'* * *
Bullets blaze
BALTIMORE -- Archie Clark,
with a game-high 30 points and
10 assists, led the Baltimore Bul-
lets to a 115-97 National Basket-
More Sports, Page 0
ball Association victory over the
Portland Trail Blazers yesterday.
Forward Jack Man and re-
serve center Dorrie Murrey com,-
bined to scoe 17 points in the third
period as Baltimore scored 10
straight points and rushed to an
85-71 lead with little less than
three minutes to play in it.
Baltimore, which broke a three-
game losing slump widened its
margin to as much as 18 points
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emptied their benches.
Marinadded 20 points for Bal-
timore, while rookie Sidney Wicks
scored 24 and center Dale Schleu-
ter 20 to lead Portland.
* * *
Lakers roll
HOUSTON -Guard Gale Good-
rich crammed in 42 points and
Jerry West hit clutch free throws
at the end to lead Los Angeles to
a come from behind- 125-120 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory last night over the pesky
Houston Rockets and give the
Lakers their 18th straight victory.
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By The Associated Press 21 of 28 shots from the field.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-Vir- Badgers blitz 2 f2 ht rmtefed
CHAROTTEVILL, Va-Vir # #Lindell Reason and Earl Dixon
ginia's Cavaliers, shooting 67 per MADISON - Reserve Lamont scored 28 and 22 points, respec-
cent from the floor with a con- Weaver came off the bench and tively for the Hurons
trolled offense that gave them a'scored 19 points to lead Wiscon-
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Terps 78-57 last night in an At- Weaver, who entered the game LAWRENCE. Kan. - Bud Stall-
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Virginia's rebounding effort that s the Jayhawks steadily widened the
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Not only did the Cavaliers get a points to lead the Eastern Michi- Notre Dame, in its first season
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-Associated Press
GUARD JAY FRYE of De Pauw, a 5-7 junior, tries to get around
Wisconsin Badgers Bob Frasor (24) and Leon Howard (12) in
last night's game in Madison. The Badgers plasteder De Pauw.
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Hull denies Winnipeg offer;
Santa Barbara drops football
By The Associated Pressr
" CHICAGO-"Somebody has been having pipe dreams," Bobby
Hull said yesterday of an alleged million dollar offer to play hockey
for the Winnipeg Jets of the new World Hockey Association.
."I don't know anything about it, and I've never been approached,"
said Hull.
The Chicago Daily News said yesterday that Winnipeg owner
Ben Hatskin, reached by phone, denied he had ever made such an offer.
"What I said," Hatskin told the newspaper, "was that I would
give a million dollars to have Hull, but I have not made any direct
offer to him or talked to him about any deal."
0 SANTA BARBARA, Calif.-The University of California at
Santa Barbara announced yesterday it will drop intercollegiate foot-
ball because of financial difficulties.
Santa Barbara posted a 3-8 record during the past season.

New York 17 4 5 393
Montreal 16 3 6 38
Boston 17 5 2 36
Toronto 10 8 8 28
Detroit 8 15 5 21
Vancouver 8 16 4 20
Buffalo 6 16 5 17
West Division
Minnesota 18 6 3 39
Chicago 17 7 3 37
Pittsburgh 10 15 3 23
St. Louis 9 14 4 22
California 5 16 4 22

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2 Pittsburgh 1, California 1, tie
54Montreal 4, Detroit 2
55Toronto 3, Minnesota 1
5 New York 2, Chicago 2, tie
93 Today's Games
New York at Philadelphia
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