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Sunday, March 28, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Nine

Sunday, March 28, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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DID YOU RECEIVE
OUR SHERWOOD S.O.S.?
IT'S WAITING FOR YOU NOW

Tigers' Coleman
fractures cranium

Hoosiers tapSERIES EVENED:

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Knicks succumb to Hawk rally

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cher Joe Coleman of the Detroit
Tigers suffered a fractured skull
yesterday when he was struck by
a line drive in an exhibition base-
ball game.
The smash in the fourth inning
by Ted Simmons of the St. Louis
Cardinals stuck Coleman above
the right ear. After being exam-
ined by a neurosurgeon at Bay-
front Medical Center, Coleman
was said to have suffered a non-
depressed fracture. His condition,
was not thought to be dangerous,
but he will be sidelined indefin-
itely.
Coleman, a right-hander, came;

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to the Tigers in the trade with cage coach NEW YORK - Lou Hudson and
Washington for Denny McLain. He'!Walt Bellamy shot the Atlanta
had been tabbed as the No. 2 Hawks from behind to a 113-104
starter behinnd Mickey Lolich. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. ( P- Bob victory over the New York Knicks1
In the Tiger's game with the Knight, one of the nation's top de- last night to even their National
Cardinals they came out the win- fensive basketball coaches in six Basketball Association p a y o ff
ner singes7b seasons at the U.S. Military Aca- series at one game apiece.
One-out singles by Aurelio Rod- demy, was named head coach at The best-of-7 Eastern Conference
riguez and Bill Freehan started IndianaUniversity yesterday.B; semifinal series now moves to At-
the winning rally. Mickey Stan- IU Athletic Director J.W. Bill lanta for the third and fourth games
ley's squeeze bunt brought the tie- Orwig said Knight would take over tonight and Tuesday night.
breaking run home and Norm the job immediately to begin re- The Hawks, trailing the entire
Cash later socked a three-r u n cruiting players for next season's first half and down 56-49 at inter-
double. freshman team. mission, finally caught up at 76-all
* * * Knight succeeds Lou Watson, who on Hudson's basket and pulled
Senators storm resigned a few days before the ahead 82-79 by the end of the third
Hoosiers' final game of the 1970- period when Bellamy hit three
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A 71 season. straight baskets against foul-
double error by shortstop Frank Knight was a guard on the great plagued Willis Reed.
Baker and Paul Casanova's single Ohio State team featuring Jerry----a-s-vn-
gave the Washington Senators a Lucas. John Havlicek, and Mel
2-1 victory yesterday over the New Nowell, which was Big Ten chan- J na a e
York Yankees, who got four hits pion and National Collegiate run-
in the bottom of the 13th inning nerup for three straight years.
but couldn't score. 1960-62. *
Del Unser and Elliott Maddox Watson's resignation in a 17-7sW im m ng Ch
threw out Yankee runners at the season was precipitated by a pro-k
plate in the 13th. test meeting of players who com-t
* * * plained they couldn't communicate AMES, Iowa (A')-Versatile Gary
Reds roasted with him and they "weren't learn- Hall swam to his third American!
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Byron ing basketball." record of the meet to lead Indiana's
Browne blasted a home run over The only senior among Indiana Hoosiers to their fourth straight
the right field fence in the last regulars is Jim "Bubbles" Harris. NCAA swimming and diving cham-
half of the ninth inning yester- The leftovers next year will in- pionship.
day to give the Philadelphia Phil- lude 6-foot-7 George McGinnis, the As the meet headed into seven
lies a 4-3 victory over the Cin- Big Ten's leading scorer this sea-, event finals last night at Iowa
cinnati Reds in an exhibition base- son as a sophomore, if h . can re- State University's Beyer Hall pool,
ball game. sist a reported avalanche of pro defending team champion Indiana
* * offers. held a 74 point lead over Southern
Knight, 30, was the youngest California, 239-165.-
major college coach in the coun- The Hoosiers appeared destined
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. - Jim try when he was elevated to the to easily sweep to their fourth
Perry, Minnesota's 1970 Cy Young Academy position at 24. le had straight NCAA crown, despite los-
Award winner, allowed only two been assistant two years to Tayt in, prits on ds ition
earned runs in seven innings Sa- Locke who went to Miai ai of Fo ing 26 points on a disqualification
turday as the Twins fashioned a da
5-2 exhibition baseball victory dnight won 12 ams2na los" 50AcA

Bellamy's two baskets increased
the margin to 93-87 and Hudson'
added five more points to keep
the Hawks ahead 98-94.
Then, after New York's Dick
Barnett hit a basket for the last of
his 24 points, Jim Davis made a
three-point play and another bas-
ket and Pete Maravich added two

36 rebounds as the Hawks posted
an 80-39 advantage.
Walt Frazier led the Knicks with
29 points but Reed was stopped
with 16. only two in the second
half.
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baskets and two free throws as the BOSTON - The New York
Hawks pulled away. Rangers s t u n n e d the Boston
Bruins with five-goal first-period
Hudson finished with 35 points, blitz last night and rolled to a 6-3
19 in the first half when he kept victory over the National Hockey
the Hawks in the game as they League's East Division champions.
shot only 30 per cent before inter- The Bruins have now dropped
mission and trailed by as much as three straight games, their longest
13 points. losing streak of the campaign,
Bellamy finished with 19 and Bill since clinching the title last Sun-
Bridges cleared the boards with day night. The five goals also were
- - . - the most scored by any team
against them in one period this
season.
Pete Stemkowski led New York
with two goals, both in the first
**; period, while Walt Tkaczuk, Brad
am pionshi Park, Rod Gilbert and Vic Had-
field scored one apiece.
NHL scoring leader Phil Espo-
in Friday night's 800-yard freestyle sito tallied his 68th goal, rookie
relay. Reg Leach got his second and
After the first 11 events, the Derek Sanderson his 27th for
Olympic - pointing field had ac- Boston.
counted for six American records, The Rangers dominated the ac-
nine national collegiate and 10 tion throughout, outshooting the
meet standards. Bruins 26-5 in the first period and
Hall's final American record of 52-18 overall.
the meet came in the 200-yard back-
stroke as he was clocked in 1:50.6, Black Hawks victorious
breaking his own American mark CHICAGO-Second period goals
of 1:51.4 set in 1970.hMI -. n pariodA'4+ L bgal

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The holder of two outdoor world
records at metric distances retain-
ed his 400-yard individual medley
crown Friday with a clocking of
3:58.2.
In Thursday's opening session,
Hall dethroned Southern Califor-
nia's Frank Heckl in the 200 in-
dividul medley with an American

try Dcanny vOzhea and Pltit artin
plus Bryan Campbell's third-per-
iod marker gave the Chicago Black
Hawks a 3-1 victory over the Phi-
ladelphia Flyers in a National
Hockey League game last night.
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in his six seasons at the Point,
where regulations bar any player
over 6 feet 6.
Oklahoma State cops
grappling title
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Okla-
homa State's Keller twins
broke even in a pair of major
upsets Saturday night as the
powerful Cowboys raced to their
27th National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association wrestling
championships.
Michigan State's Greg John-
son won his second straight
118 title with a 6-5 decision
over Tom Schuler of N a vy,
who narrowly missed deadlock-
ing the match with an escape
in the final seconds.

record of 1:52:2.
CULLOWHEE, N.C. (A') - Mis- Hall's 200-backstroke triumph
sissippi State College for Women, marked the third straight Amer- The Michigan Lacrosse Club
making its first appearance in the ican record to fall in Saturday
National Invitational Women's; night's six swimming finals. Ar rswingsback into action this af-
Intercollegiate Basketball Tourn- that point, Indiana had wrapped ternoon at Columbus, Ohio, with
ament, took the championship yes- up the championship with 297 team La-
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terday with a 57-55 victory over points and four events to go.
West Chester State of Pennsyl- Indiana's John Kinsella openedI
vania. up the record-breaking evening
After trailing throughout t h e with a sensational victory in the
game, West Chester State took a 1650-yard freestyle with American
three-point lead with 1:40 re- record of 15:26.5. That was almost
maining. Deborah Norwood and 10 seconds better than Kinsella's
Martha Rayborn connected for own former American record of
goals to put Mississippi State back 13:35.9 set in 1970.
into the lead which it kept.
MisshNorwood's 14 points top- }Tennessee's Dave Edgar fcl-
pad the winning effort while San- lowed with an American record as
dy Halt led West Chester State he retained his 100-yard freestyle
scoring with 16 points, title. Edgar, a double winner along
with Kinsella, was clocked in 44.6,

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pbreaking: the American record of
44.7 he set in the afternoon pre-'
lims. Edgar also repeated as 50-
freestyle champion Thursday night
with a meet record 20.3.
A fourth American record in the
torrid evening competition came
down as Stanford's Brian Job re-
tained his 200 breast-stroke crown,
also becoming a double winner,
with a clocking of 2:03.39. That
broke Job's American record of
2:03.40 set in the prelims. Job re-
tained his 100-breaststroke title
Friday night.

Crosse Club. Possessing the most
experienced personnel in the mid-
west, Columbus is the chiefcon-
tender along with Michigan for
the league title.
Michigan coach Bob Kamen is
counting on "good team play to
overcome the individual stars on
Columbus' team." One of those
players is 35-year-old goalie Jay
Fehr.
Michigan expects to be at full
strength' with the return of de-
fenseman Dave Fischer, who had
been sidelined with a shoulder in-
jury. The emphasis in practice the
past two weeks has been on shor-
ing up the defense; not only the
defensemen but the tightening up
on defense b the attackmen and
the midfielders.
Tim Cotter, a regular defense-
man, hopes this game will be the
turning point of the season. Cotter
commented, "The morale is high
and I think we are ready to play.
With a solid team effort, we
should be very tough Sunday."
Michigan is trying to get back
on the winning track after losing
to Oberlin two weeks ago.

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at SHALOM HOUSE, 1429 Hill St.
plus FREE MOVIE: "THE MIRAGE"

The drunk driver.
He helps to eliminate the overcrowding in our classrooms.
Drunk drivers kill and injure our children.
Last year, almost 6,000 children under 15 years old were killed in traffic
accidents. Countless thousands were seriously injured.
No one can be sure how many drunken drivers were responsible.
But even one death or one injury is one too many.
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