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Thursday, January 28, 197 i

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, January 28, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page

Warriors

clobber

Pistons,

129-112

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - With four starters
each scoring 23 or more points last
night, the San Francisco Warriors'
roared away from the injury-rid-
dled, slumping Detroit Pistons in'
the final period to score a 129-112'
National Basketball Association
victory.
In snapping a three-game losing
streak of their own and tagging
Detroit with its third loss in suc-
cession, the Warriors broke loose
from a 93-all tie after three quar-
ters.
Ron Williams topped the War-
riors with a career high of 34
points, while Nate Thurmond
added 30, Jerry Lucas 24 and Jeff
Mullins 23. Bing had 35 for De-
troit.
The Pistons started the game
without the services of Jimmy
Otis given away'
KANSAS CITY () - Jim
Otisi former Ohio State super
star, was traded yesterday from
the New Orleans Saints to the
Kansas City Chiefs.
In return for Otis,, New Or-
leans received a seventh round
draft choice.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
J. MICHAEL KEVRA
Walker and Bob Quick, both out
with injuries, and then lost Steve
Mix for the rest of the season
when he suffered a fractured
ankle in the second quarter.
* * *
Cans keep clicking
CLEVELAND - Walt Wesley
came in, in the second quarter last
night and sparked the Cleveland
Cavaliers to a 118-104 victory over
Portland-the second - straight
National Basketball Association
victory for the Cavaliers.
They jumped off to a 26-18 lead,
but the Trail Blazers came back
to take the lead at 37-33 late in
the second quarter.
With Wesley hit/ting key shots,
the Cavaliers went back into the
lead at 42-40 and held it the rest
of the way.

Knicks knock Hawks his National Basketball Associa-
tion single-game high with 53
ATLANTA - Walt Frazier and points, including the winning bas-
Dave Debusschere combined for 51 ket with 16 seconds left last night,
points last night to lead the New in leading the Milwaukee Bucks to
York Knicks to a 116-108 National a 132-129 victory over the Boston
Basketball Association victory over Celtics.
Atlanta. The 7-foot-2 second-year super-
Frazier had 26 points, including star made 22 of 31 field goal at-
a pair of late fast-break layups, tempts and nine of his 14 free
while Debusschere added 25. throw opportunities, while also
The game featured a weird first| dominating the boards with 14 re-
half which saw New York outscore bounds. His previous 53-point ef-
Atlanta by 21 points in the first fort came against Cleveland ear-
quarter and the Hawks outscore Tier this season.
the Knicks by 22 in the second * *
quarter to take a 52-51 lead at
halftime. Royas p Buffets
It was after intermission that CINCINNATI - Johnny Green,
Knick's center Willis Reed made playing center part of the way,
his first appearance in the game broke loose for 35 points, includ-
and also considerable difference ing a free throw with 11 seconds
in the outcome, to go, to pace Cincinnati over Bal-
* * * timore 115-113 last night in a Na-
Bucks bounce Celts tional Basketball Association
game.
BOSTON - Lew Alcindor equalled Green hit 14 of 20 field goal at-
Professional League Standings

tempts
bounds
Bullet's
games.

and pulled down 21 re-
as the Royals halted the
winning streak at three
* * *

Rangers knot Bruins
NEW YORK - Jean Ratelle's
goal with just over five minutes
left earned the New York Rangers
a 2-2 tie against the Boston
Bruins in a show-down between
the top two clubs in the National
Hockey League's East Division last
night.

The deadlock extended New
York's home ice unbeaten streak
to 23 games this season and main-
tained the Bruins' three-point
edge over the Rangers in the
standings.
Scoring leader Phil Esposito as-
sisted on both goals for Boston,
increasing his point total for the
season to 92. Esposito sent Wayne
Cashman in on a breakaway In
the first half-minute of play as
the Bruins jumped off to a quick
lead.

Hoope Pickings
"Oh wow!," he thought as he wiped clammy sweat from his palms
onto his tattered jeans and tried to control his still shivering spine.
"That Poco plays the greatest down home country funk in the entire
world. Their new album is fantastic.
"All I need now to achieve nirvana is a Cottage Inn pizza and
two games of bowling. But where can I get the money to pay for such
splendid delights?"
Suddenly the answer came to him in a flash of brilliance. "Of
course," he said to himself, "I'll enter Hoope Pickings and win the
first prize. All I have to do to win is get more Hoope Pickings right
than anybody else. And of course, I know my entry must be in by
Friday.
"I'm sure I'll win. With Poco on my side, how could I lose." j

Boston
New York
Montreal
Toronto
Vancouver
Detroit
Buffalo

NHL
East Division
W L T Pts. GF GA
33 8 6 72227124
30 9 8 69 162 107
22 14 11 55 167 132
22 24 3 47 164 142
15 28 5 35 130 176
14 27 5 33 128 183
11 26 9 31 109 179
West Division

Atlanta 17 37 .316
Cleveland 9 47 .151
Western Conference
Midwest Division
Milwaukee 4 9 .835
Detroit 34 19 .648
Chicago 30 22 .588
Phoenix 31 23 .574
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 29 20' .592
San Francisco 28 36 .516
Seattle 24 28 .462
San Diego 24 30 .444
Portland 17 37 .316

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-Associated Press
HOWIE KOMIVES hustles for a loose ball in the Pistons game
last night against the San Francisco Warriors as Ron Williams
and the referee look on. The injury scarred Pistons dropped their
third straight game and lost Steve Mix for the rest of the season
in the 129-112 loss.

Yankees may leave Stadium;
Former Cardinal sues team
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The New York Yankees may move out of Yankee
Stadium unless drastic changes are made, Mike Burke, Yankee presi-
dent, indicated yesterday.
"Our present lease runs until 1981," Burke said, "but honestly I
don't know if the Yankees ,will be there until 1981. We have a prob-
lem to improve the stadium to satisfy the fans. We have to find some
way to do that over the next several years or find another place to
K play."
Burke said the Yanks are not thinking about moving to another
city out of the New York area.
* * *
0 ST. LOUIS-Ken Gray, former offensive guard for the St. Louis
football Cardinals, filed a suit yesterday asking $1.79 million in dam-
ages from the club for alleged breach of contract and administration
of stimulant drugs without his consent.
The suit was filed in Circuit Court. Gray played with the Cardinals
for 12 years before his release last August. He then played with the
Houston Oilers.
DETROIT-University of Detroit officials reported basketball
coach Jim Harding was at home and in good condition yesterday after
going to a hospital Tuesday when he complained of chest pains.
Athletic Director Bob Calihan said he did know the official diag-
nosis, but that it was known the 42-year-old Harding did not suffer
a heart attack.
Another U-D official said Harding may have suffered an upset
stomach.

Chicago 31 10 6 68 177 110
St. Louis 21 13 12 54 130 116
Philadelphia 17 21 9 43 121 136
Minnesota 16 21 10 42 105 131
Pittsburgh 15 21 12 42 135 136
Los Angeles 14 23 8 36 134 168
California 14 30 3 31 118 He4
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 4, St. Louis 2
Pittsburgh 3, Toronto 1
Boston 2, New York 2, tie
Buffalo at Los Angeles, inc.
Minnesota at California, inc.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Boston
St. Louis at Detroit
Pittsburgh at Chicago
* * * *
NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pet. GB
New York 37 17 .684 -
Philadelphia 33 22 .600 414
Boston 29 25 .542 8
Buffalo 16 41 .281 22,
Central Division
Baltimore 31 21 .603 -
Cincinnati 22 29 .425 8t/4

1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(pick score)
2. Iowa at Northwestern
3. Michigan State at Ohio
State
4. Illinois at Notre Dame
5. Marshall at Purdue
6. Memphis State at Drake
7. Indiana State at Clemson
8. Niagara at St. Bonaventure
9. Virginia at South Carolina
10. Bradley at Louisville
11. Central State (Ohio) at
Eastern Michigan
12. Dayton at Miami (Ohio)
13. Wake Forest at Davidson

Yesterdays Results
Milwaukee 132, Boston 129
Cincinnati 115, Baltimore 113
San Francisco 129, Detroit 112
New York 116, Atlanta 108
Chicagoat San Diego, inc.
Cleveland 118, Portland 104
Today's Game
Los Angeles at Phoenix
Buffalo at Seattle

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