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February 4, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Boston

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obliterates Kings;
streak broken

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Wolves face NCAA champs

Ranger s'
By The Associated Pressj
BOSTON - Johnny Bucyk col-
lected his 30th and 31st goals of
the season while Bobby Orr also,
scored twice on a pair of spectacu-
lar efforts last night as the Boston;
Bruins romped to a 7-3 National
Hockey League victory over the,
Los Angeles Kings.
The triumph extended Boston's
home ice winning streak to 18
games, four shy of the NHL record
set by another Bruins team in
1929-30. It also widened the de-1
fending Stanley Cup champions'
East Division lead to eight points
over the New York Rangers, who i
lost to Chicago 4-2.
Orr opened the scoring at 9:47
of the first period when he faked1
defenseman Dale Hoganson to his
knees, then drilled a 30-footer past
goalie Jack Norris for his 23rd
goal of the season.
Wayne Cashman scored at 14:231
on a tip-in of a Dallas Smith slapi
shot and Ken Hodge made it 3-0
less than a minute later with a
rebound of a Cashman drive.
The Bruins scored four goals inj
the second period, two by Bucyk,
one by Derek Sanderson and an-;
other by Orr, who took a pass
from Fred Stanfield and went inl
all alone to beat Norris at point-
blank range.;Bucyk also had anI
assist on Orr's goal, raising his
season point total to 70 for a
career high. *
Rangers ripped off
NEW YORK-The Hull broth-1
ers, Dennis and Bobby, each scored
a goal last night as the Chicago
Black Hawks defeated the New
York Rangers 4-2 in a National
Hockey League game.
The loss ended a 26-game home-
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ice unbeaten streak-two short of
the NHL record set by Montreal
17 years ago.
Dennis Hull opened the scoring
for the Black Hawks Just over two
minutes into the game when he
unloaded a long shot that beat
New York goalie Ed Giacomin,
who was screened on the play by
Stan Mikita.
Rod Gilbert tied it for New York
before the period was over, but
then Bobby Hull put Chicago back
in front.
The second period was 24 sec-
onds old when Bobby grabbed a
rebound and lifted it past Giaco-
min for his 540th career goal and
40th of the season. He is just four
short of Maurice Richard's life-
time total, which is second best in
NHL history.
* * *
Penguins lick Seals
PITTSBURGH - Rod Zaine, a
rookie brought up from the Cen-
tral League two months ago,
scored two goals to help the Pitts-
burgh Penguins to a 6-1 romp over
the California Golden Seals in
National Hockey League action
last night.
It was the fifth straight win on
home ice for the Penguins and
their fourth win in a row over
California.
Zaine, a former center who has
been playing right wing for Pitts-
burgh, scored the first goal of the
game late in the first period. In
the next period, Jean Pronovost
made it 2-0 when he tipped one
into the net, but then Ron Stack-
house got the Seals on the board
when his screened slapshot eluded
goalie Les Binkley.
* * *
Cavaliers shorn
CLEVELAND - Lennie Wilkens
made four foul shots in the final
34 seconds last night to lead the
Seattle SuperSonics to a 98-95
National Basketball Association
victory over the Cleveland Casa-
liers.
Wilkens, who had 30 points for
the night, pulled Seattle from a
95-94 deficit into the lead with his
first two foul shots and, after a
Cleveland turnover, iced the game
with seven seconds left with his
second pair.1
Bobby Washington of the Cava-
liers, who had made a three-point
play with 37 seconds left for
Cleveland's lead, committed both
(fouls on Wilkens.

Bulls belt Bullets
BALTIMORE - Bob L ove's
game-high 35 points, including 21
in the first half, powered the
Chicago Bulls to a 124-102 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Baltimore Bullets
last night.
Chicago broke open a close game
in the third quarter, outscoring
the Bullets 35-21 to take a 90-72
lead going into the final 12 min-
utes. Love had nine points in the
spurt and Chet Walker, who :in-
ished with 23, added eight.
The victory was the first in
Baltimore for Chicago coach Dick
Motta in three NBA seasons.
* *' *
Celtics succumb
CINCINNATI - Flynn Robiison
scored all 17 of his points in the
second quarter as Cincinnati tal-
lied 43 points and smothered Bos-
ton 134-115 last night in a
National Basketball Association
game.
Robinson, who played only 13
minutes, hit seven of 10 field goal
tries to help the Royals rally from
an early deficit.
Pac-8 gia
By BOB HEUER<
It's showdown time in the Pa-
cific Eight Conference Saturday
as number two ranked Southern
California meets defending NCAA2
champ and number three ranked
UCLA. Both teams have unblem-
ished 4-0 records in the Pac-8.
USC is 16.0 overall, while Uclans
own a 15-1 mark, their only lost
coming at the hands of Notre
Dame two weeks ago.
The intra-city clash marks the
first meeting of two top ten teams
this year and promises to draw an
overflow crowd to the Los Angeles1
Sports Arena, USC's home court.1
"I could have, sold between 50,-l
000 and 100,000 tickets for this
one," said USC athletic director1
Jess Hill.
UCLA coach Johnny W o o d e n
was his usual placid self when ask-
ed to comment on the game earlier1
this week.
"It would be very nice this weekj
if tickets were available so I could<
buy one and just sit up there in
the stands." he said. "Then I
think I'd be a little more com-
fortable than I normally am
NHL Standings
East Division
W L T Pts.GF GA
Boston 36 8 6 78 246 129
New York 30 1 10 70 166 114
Montreal 23 16 11 58 176 143
Toronto 24 24 3 51 175 149
Buffalo 13 26 1 36 122 185
Vancouver 15 31 5 35 134 189
Detroit 14 28 7 35 133 190
West Division
Chicago 34 11 6 74 190 116
St. Louis 21 16 13 55 133 129
Philadelphia 19 22 9 47 131 145
Minnesota 18 22 10 46 116 139
Pittsburgh 17 22 12 44 139 141
Los Angeles 14 23 11 39 145 183
California 16 32 3 33128185
Yesterday's Results
S.Louis 2, Toronto 6
Chicago 4, New York 2
Los Angeles 3, Boston 7
Detroit 4, Minnesota 4
California 6, Pittsburgh 6
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
New York at Detroit
Los Angeles at Buffalo
Chicago at Philadelphia
only games scheduled.

By TIM OBOJSKI
Michigan's wrestlers meet Cali-
fornia Polytechnic today in the
opener of what Coach Rick Bay
rates "the toughest weekend of
our season." Both Cal Poly and
Iowa, whom the Wolverines face
Saturday, are among the top ten
teams in the nation.
Michigan's health took a turn for
the worse Tuesday, as 158 lb.
Mitch Mendrygal was hurt badly
enough in practice to be a question-
able starter for today's clash. Mark
King and Walt Sexton, both in-
jured during the Northwestern con-
test, will remain sidelined.
This forces Bay into the uncom-
fortable position of having to jug-
gle his personnel once again. His
makeshift lineup has won once in
three meets, defeating Ohio State
last week. On the possibility of
winning this weekend, Bay re-
marked, "With King and Sexton
we would have a very good chance.
Without them, it's very question-
able."
Cal Poly, defending NCAA col-
lege division champion, enters the
contest with a 9-2 record. Their
only defeats were inflicted by Ok-
lahoma State, ranked number one
in the nation, and the University
of Oklahoma, ranked number five.
"All of their guys have outstand-
ing records. Right down the line
they're rugged," observed Bay.
The poorest record is a lofty 7-3-1.
"Their lineup is as well balanced
as any we've met."

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-Associated Press
CHICAGO'S BOB WEISS (8) goes up for a layup in last night's
124-102 victory over the Baltimore Bullets. Guarding is Kevin
Loughery.
USC-UCLA CLASH
nts collide Saturday

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IGAN CAPTAIN JERRY HODDY (right) sizes up his Ob
opponent, Ralph Cox, in action last week. Hoddy defeat

New York 40 18 .690
Philadelphia 35 24 .593
Boston 30 28 .520
Buffalo 16 45 .262
Central Division
Baltimore 32 24 .577
Cincinnati 24 32 .425
Atlanta 19 38 .333
Cleveland 11 49 .183
Western Conference
Midwest Division
Milwaukee 44 10 .815
Detroit 36 20 .643
Chicago 34 22 .604
Phoeni' 34 23 .596
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 32 22 .593
San Francisco 31 26 .644
Seattle 25 31 .455
San Diego 24 35 .407
Portland 18 39 .316
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 124, Baltimore 102
Seattle 98, Cleveland 95
* Cincinnati 134, Boston 115
Milwaukee at San Diego, inc.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
San Francisco at Phoenix
Atlanta at Portland
only games scheduled.

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down there on the bench. That's
the worst seat in the place."
Wooden and USC coach B o b
Boyd are playing down the import-
ance of their game, even though
it's been labeled the biggest game
of the current collegiate season.
Neither team has reached the half-
way point in the Pacific E i g h t
schedule and the teams will meet
again on March 13 in the final
game of the regular season.
It's hard to imagine the Bruins,
who have dominated college bas-
ketball for the past four years, not
being in the NCAA playoff picture,
but if USC can win Saturday and
hold on to the Pac-8 lead, the
Uclans will be relegated to the
runner-up spot and will stay home,
come tournament time.
John Wooden's boys have been
known for winning the big ones
though, and despite going into the
game as underdogs for the first
time in recent memory, the Bruins
still exude confidence to those who
follow the sport. A poll of news-
men this week favored UCLA to
win by a 2-1 margin.
The contest shapes up as a
question of whether the superior
backcourt strength of USC can
offset UCLA's awesome offensive

triumvirate of Sidney Wicks, Cur-
tis Rowe, and Steve Patterson.
The Trojans have three strong
guards in Dennis Layton, D a n a
Pagett, and Paul Westphal. Pagett
is not a starter, but goes in to re-
place either Layton or Westphal
as the situation demands.
UCLA also alternates three men
in the backcourt. 6-3 junior Henry
Bibby has not matched his per-
formance of a year ago as a soph-
omore, but he still gets the most
floor time of the three. Kenny
Booker and Terry Schofield have
both played steadily all year and
Wooden is not sure which one will
start Saturday.
"They've both played well," the
Bruin coach commented. "I guess
I'll have to wait until after our
practices this week."
Both coaches agreed that the
winner of this game will not auto-
matically win the tough Pacific
Eight conference.
"We're both going into Oregon
country next week and the Ducks
are always tough at home," Wood-
en said. "Perhaps the winner of
our game will get a lift and the
loser will be down a little but if
either team has what it takes, a
loss shouldn't have that much ef-
fect.

Leading Cal Poly are 134 lb. --'
Larry Morgen at 9-2, 158 lb. John4
Finch at 9-2-1, 177 lb. Brendt Noon
at 3-0, and heavyweight Tim Kopi-
tar at 9=2, a California junior col-
lege champion.
Iowa, runner-up in the Big Ten
for the past three years, has lost
only to Michigan State thus far.
Their best are 118 lb. Dan Sher-
man, third in the Big Ten last year,
134 lb. Don Briggs, 167 lb. John
Evashevski, 177 lb. Midlands
champion Steve Devries, and 190
lb. Paul Zandar.
"Iowa will give us some indica-T
tion of what we will be up against
in the conference,"said Bay. Iowa
and Michigan State are again ex-
pected to be the Big Ten's measure
of excellence.

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