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Sunday, April 11, 1971

' THE MICHIGAN DAILY '

Helt,

Burton

shutout

EMU,

1-0,

2-0

By BOB ANDREWS
The Wolverine diamondmen, led
once again by their superlatives
pitching, sailed to their third and
fourth straight home victories as
they swept Eastern Michigan in a
twinbill by the scores of 1-0 in
eight inningsand 2-0. The two
wins gave Michigan a 10-4 over-
all record for the season.
In the opener, it was the fine
pitching of Pete Helt that gave
the Wolverines the impetus for
the victory. Helt allowed only one
hit, a lead off single to center by
Eastern's second baseman, Al Mc-
Laughlin.
In the nightcap, Jim Burton was
at his usual best as he blanked the
Hurons on only five hits. Both
starters went the distance and this
gives the Wolverines a string of
14 straight games in which the
starting pitcher went all the way.
Helt found himself in hot water
throughout most of the first game
only because of poor fielding sup-
port. In all, the Wolverines com-
mitted six errors, three of them
by the shortstop, Mike Rafferty.
These defensive miscues, which
constantly forced Helt to pitch
with men in scoring position, led
to serious situations in the first
and seventh innings.
In the first, McLaughlin lead
off with a single and moved to
second on a sacrifice attempt by
Terry Collins. However, Wolver-
ine first baseman, Pat Sullivan,
fumbled the ball allowing Collins
to reach safely. Mike Ferguson
then grounded into a double play

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOT LEGOW
and on the play McLaughlin
moved to third.
However, the Wolverines weren't
out of the inning as Helt walked}
Dave Yeager to put men at the
corners. Yeager and McLaughlin
tried to pull off a double steal,
but Helt fired tle ball to catcher
John Lonchar who made the tag
on McLaughlin.
Things didn't become real sticky
for Helt again until the seventh.
With the contest still a scoreless
deadlock, Helt opened the inning
by walking Lee Bjerki. Larry Bolt
then attempted to sacrifice and
reached safely as Helt threw wildly
to first.'
Then with Dave Smigielski at
the plate, Lonchar tried to pick
off BJerki but his throw went into
center field allowing Bierki to go
to third. Helt fanned Bob Smoots,
the Huron hurler, for the first out
and got two quick strikes on Mc-
Laughlin. McLaughlin then tried
a suicide squeeze but missed to
strike out leaving Bjerki a dead
duck as he tried to score.
Michigan, which didn't get its
first hit until the seventh when
Pat Sullivan singled, finally broke
through for the winning run in the
eighth inning.
With one out, Helt reached first
on an error by McLaughlin. Car-
row sacrificed Helt to second and
Two big zeroes

the first and only score of the
game came home as Mike Bowen
slashed a single just beyond the
second baseman's reach to bring in
Helt.
In the nightcap, it was the blaz-
ing pitching by Burton that led the
way for the sweep. There was a
bit more hitting in the second
game as Eastern collected five hits
and the Wolverines tallied six, all
of them singles.
The Wolverines scored their runs
in the third and fourth frames off
starter and loser Jay Kuhnie. Ini
the third, Kocoloski and Burton
went down on strikes, but then
the team broke loose for three
singles interspersed around an
error to score a run. Carrow lined
a single to left and on a hit and
run play, Bowen singled shaprly
to center sending Carrow all the
way to third.
Then Kettinger hit a vicious
grounder to third baseman, Fer-
guson, who booted it for an error
to score Carrow. With men on
first and second, Sullivan singled
to left, with Bowen stopping at
third. However, Kettinger round-
ed second a bit too far and ended
up caught in a rundown. Bowen
then broke for the plate but the
second baseman threw to the
catcher who easily put the tag on
Bowen.

-Daily-Terry McCarthy
MICHIGAN PITCHER Pete Helt kicks up a cloud of dust as he slides in with Michigan's only run
in the first game of yesterday's doubleheader against Eastern Michigan. Helt hurled a one-hit shut-
out in the opener for a 1-0 win and Jim Burton won the second 2-0.

YANKS, TRIBE WIN:
Orioles slip by Tigers in ninth

TAKE SERIES LEAD:
Cgnadiens

shock

Brains

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL -- A pair of goals
by big Frank Mahovlich and one
by defenseman Jacques Laperriere-
last night helped the Montreal Ca-
nadiens a 3-1 playoff victory over
the Boston Bruins and 2-1 edge in
their best-of-7 Stanley Cup series.
The fourth game of the series
will be played here tonight.
Phil Esposito, Boston's high-scor-
Prdute
Special to the Daily
WEST LAFAYETTE Michi-
gan's courtmen rebounded from a
stunning defeat at Illinois Friday
to trounce Purdue 9-0 in Big Ten
action yesterday.
In squaring their conference re-
cord at 1-1, the Wolverines soundly
swept the top and bottom seed-
ed matches and slipped by the
Boilermakers in the middle match-
es to score their first shutout of
the new season.
Number one Michigan s e e d
Joel Ross led the way by sound-
ly thrashing Purdue's Nick Gior-
adano 6-0, 6-4, and combining
with Dick Raverby to defeat Gior-
adano and Jim Mansfield in first
doubles 6-3, 6-3. In sixth singles
Mike Ware smashed Ron Kniznick
6-2, 6-1, while in third doubles
J Ramon Almonte and Kevin Sen-

ing center who set a National Hoc-
key League record for points dur-
ing the regular season with 152 on
76 goals and 76 assists, was the
Bruins lone goal scorer at the 29-
second mark of the opening period.
For Maho lich, they were his
second and third goals of the ser-
ies. It was the first for both La-
perriere and Esposito.
Laperriere did not score a goal in
49 regular-season games with the
Canadiens.
A record crowd of 18,904 was on
hand to see rookies netminder Ken
Dryden score his second succes-
sive victory against the high-
powered Bruins. The previous high
for an NHL contest here was
18,784.
Dryden stopped 37 of 38 shots
the Bruins piled at him, while
Gerry Cheevers made 28 stops on
31 shots taken by the Montreal
club.
The Bruins led 1-0 after one per-
iod, but Montreal had taken a 2-1
advantage by the 40-minute mark.
Mahovlich counted the only goal
of the third period.
Rangers routed
TORONTO - Paul Henderson's
second period goal sparked the
Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-1 vic-
tory over the New York Rangers
last night and a 2-1 lead in their
best-of-7 National Hockey League
East Division semifinal playoffs.
Goals by Ron Ellis in the first
period and Henderson in the sec-
ond, with the Rangers playing a
man short, gave Toronto a 2-0
lead after two periods before a
sellout crowd of 16,485.
After the Rangers had made it

Henderson slapped the puck past
Villemure at the 4:19 mark.
* * *
Black Hawks blast
PHILADELPHIA - Bobby Hull
scored a pair of third period
power play goals last night, giv-
ing the Chicago Black Hawks a
3-2 victory over the Philadelphia
Flyers in a National Hockey
League playoff game.
Hull's two blasts, his fifth and
sixth of the series, gave the Black
Hawks a 3-0 edge in games in the
best-of-7 series. The teams re-
sume play here this afternoon in
a nationally televised matchup.
The Flyers took an early lead on
a goal by rookie Rick MacLeish
midway through the opening per-
iod but Chicago's Pat Stapleton
matched that by beating goalie
Doug Favell with a power-play
shot just over three minutes later.
Simon Nolet retrieved the lead
for Philadelphia 6:42 into the
second period, beating goalie Tony
Esposito on a power play.
l ,But Hull's twin scores in the
I third period sent the Flyers to

the brink of extinction and touch-
ed off a near riot at game's end.
* * *
Blues blank Stars
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Ernie Wakely was superb in the
nets and the St. Louis Blues got
key power play goals from Frank
St. Marseille and Noel Picard to
topple the Minnesota North Stars
3-0 last night and take a 2-1 edge
in their National Hockey League
Stanley Cup playoff series.
Wakely stopped 29 Minnesota
shots in the first shutout of the
Stanley Cup West semifinal as
the Blues went ahead in the best-
of-7 series going into tonight's
game in Minnesota.
St. Marseille broke up a score-
less duel between Wakely and
Cesare Maniago at 8:04 of ;he
second period with two Minnesota
players in the penalty box.
Picard gave the Blues their sec-
ond goal at 19:17 of the middle
period with a blistering screen shot
and the Blues added an insurance
goal from Terry Crisp at 8:39 of
the third period.

EASTERN MICHIGAN
ab r
McLaughlin 2b 4 0
Collins ss 3 0
Ferguson 3b 4 0
Yeager rf 2 0
Roe 1b 2 0
B jerke if 1 0
Bolt of 1 0
Smigielski C 3 0
Smoots p 2 0
Totals 22 0
MICHIGAN

h
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
1

bi
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Carrow3b 3 0 0 0,
Bowen rf 4 0 1 1
Kettinger if 2 0 0 0
Sullivanib 2 0 1 0
Rafferty ss 3 0 0 0
Roberts cf 3 0 0 0
Lonchar c 2 0 0 0
Kocoloski 2b 3 0 0 0
Helt p 3 1 0 0
Totals 25 1 2 1
rhe
Eastern Michigan 000 000 00-0 1 1
Michigan 000 000 01-1 2 6
E: Rafferty 3, Sullivan, Kettinger,
Belt, McLaughlin; DP: Michigan 3;
LOB: Michigan 5, EMU 7; SAC:
Michigan 1, EMU 5.

By The Ass6ciated Press
BALTIMORE - Dave Johnson
singled home Frank Robinson with
the winning run in the last of the
ninth inning, lifting Baltimore past
Detroit 2-1 yesterday.
Johnson's two-out single to right
off Mickey Lolich followed hits by
Frank Robinson and Brooks Robin-
son, giving the victory to right-
hander Jim Palmer.'
It was the second straight game
that Johnson drove in the winning
run.
Ed Brinkman opened the Detroit
third with a walk off Jim Palmer
and moved to third when Dick Mc-
Auliffe singled and right fielder
Frank Robinson bobbled the ball
for an error.
Willie Horton then rapped a sharp
grounder into the hole which
shortstop Mark Belanger fielded
and got McAuliffe at third, with
Brinkman scoring.
* *
Senators blanked
WASHINGTON - Mel Stottle-
myre pitched a three-hitter and the
New York Yankees backed him up
with 11 singles before Bobby Mur-
cer's run-scoring double in the
#eighth inning as they defeated

Washington 6-0 yesterday for their
first victory of the season..
They pecked away at Jim Shel-
lenback for four hits and two runs
in the fourth with Danny Cater,
John Ellis, Gene Michael and Stot-
tlemyre contributing the hits and
Michael and the pitcher the RBIs.
* * *
Red Sox outslugged
CLEVELAND - Larry Brown
broke a 5-5 tie with a two-run
double in the fourth, then knocked
home two more with a single in a
fifth-inning rally as Cleveland out-
slugged Boston 11-10 yesterday.
Brown's hits sparked three-run
uprisings in each inning as the In-
dians overcame a one-man show by
Boston's Luis Aparicio, w h o
knocked in six runs with a grand
slam home run and two-run dou-
ble.
Catcher Ray Fosse gave the In-
dians a 2-0 lead in the first inning
with a two-out homer after Vada
Pinson singled.
Phillies explode
PHILADELPHIA-Don Money's
first hit of the season, a home
run. keyed a three-run sixth in-
ning rally that carried the Phila-

delphia Phillies to 4-1 victory
over the Montreal Expos yesterday
in the first game ever played at
the new $45 million Veterans
Stadium.
The Phillies trailed 1-0 when
Money opened the sixth with a
shot just inside the leftfield foul
pole that tied the game, and set
off a display on! the half-million
dollar electronic scoreboard which
included an exploding cannon,
smok , gushing water from a color
fountain and the playing of Stars
and Stripes Forever.
Mays cracks another
ST. LOUIS - Thirty-nine-year-
old Willie Mays hammered his
fourth home run in as many
games, gunning the San Fran-
cisco Giants to a 6-4 triumph yes-
terday and spoiling the St. Louis
Cardinals' National League home
opener.
* *~ *
Reds ruffled
NEW YORK-Donn Clendenon
raced home from third base on
Wayne Granger's wild pitch with
the bases loaded and two out in
the 11th inning yesterday, giving
the New York Mets a 3-2 victory
over the winless Cincinnati Reds.

Helt (W, 2-1)
Smoots (L)
Time: 2:09.

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EASTERN MICHIGAN

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Bolt Cf
Collins ss
McLaughlin2
Yeager rf
Ferguson 3b
Roe lb
Bjerkl if
Smigilski c
Kuhnie p
Oims P
Kramer ph
Mills p
Holmes ph
Reichel ph
Bara cf
To

ab
2
2
lb 3
3
3
3
3
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
)tals 24
MICHIGAN

h
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

bi
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
Detroit
New York
Boston
Chicago
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Oakland
Kansas City
California

East
W
3
2
2
I
1
I
West
3
2
2
1

L Pct.
0 1.000
1 .667
2 .500
2 .333
2 .333
2 .333
1 .750
1 .667
2 .500
3 .40
3 .400
3 .250

GB
1
1i
2

Pittsburgh
New York
Chicago
Philadelphia
Montreal
St. Louis
San Francisco
Atlanta
Houston
San Diego
Los Angeles
Cincinnati

East
W
3
2
2
1
1
1
West
3
3'
4
2
1
0

L
1
1
3
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
3
3

Pct.
.750
.667
.400
.333
.333
.333
.750
.750
.667
.500
.250
.000

GB
1%
1%
1
2%

1'2
1 Y
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ich were making short work of 2-1 with Dave Balon's score, the
Phil Hammond and Dick Cochran Leafs finished it off on Gary
6-1, 6-1. Monahan's second goal of the
In between, were some close series. Henderson, who has five
ones, but Michigan managed to goals in the series, assisted on
win them all. In second singles, Ellis' goal.
Tim Ott lost the first set to Mans- The series resumes here today
field 2-6, but slipped by in the with the fifth game in New York
next two 7-6, 7-6, while in third Tuesday night.
singles Raverby squeezed by Mike Just before Ellis' goal at 5:03
Smart 7-6, 7-6. of the opening period, and with
In the other singles, Almonte Ranger defenseman Tim Horton
defeated Hammond 6-2, 6-4, and serving a minor penalty, Ellis nul-
Senich defeated Cochran 7-6, 6-2. lified a goal by Rick Ley when he
"We played much better t h a n skated into the New York goal
against Illinois," commented crease.
Coach Brian Eisner. "The weather In the second period, with
was very good," he added. "Every- Ranger defenseman Jim Neilson
body could use all their shots. sitting out an interference call,

Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 11, Boston 10
Baltimore 2, Detroit 1
New York 6, Washington 0
Milwaukee 4, California 3
Oakland 5, Kansas City 4
Minnesota 5, Chicago 3
Today's Games
N:w York (Kline 0-0 - Kekich 0-0)
at Washington (Bosman 1-0 -
Janeski 0-0 or Cox 0-1) 2
Boston (Peters 0-0) at Cleveland
(Foster 0-0)
California (Murphy 1-0) at Mil-
waukee (Pattin 1-0)
Detroit (Kilkenny 0-0 or Scherman
0-0 and Chance 0-0) at Balti-
more (Dobson 0-0 and McNal-
ly 1-0), 2
Minnesota (Kaat 0-0) at Chicago
(John 1-0)
Kansas City (Drago 1-0) at Oak-
land (Hunter 0-1)

Yesterday's Results
Houston 2, Chicago 1
Philadelphia 4, Montreal 1
'Atlanta 5, Pittsburgh 4
New York 3, Cincinnati 2, 11 inn.
San Diego at Los Angeles, inc.
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 4
Today's Games
Cincinnati (McGlothlin 0-1) at New
York (Seaver 1-0)
Montreal (Morton 0-1) at Phil-
adelphia (Lersch 0-0)
San Francisco (Robertson 0-0 and
Marichal 1-0) at St. Louis (Gib-
son 0-1 and Cleveland 0-0), 2
Pittsburgh (Ellis 1-0) at Atlanta
(Stone 0-0)
Chicago (Hands 0-1) at Houston
(Wilson 0-1)
San Diego (Phoebus 0-1) at L o s
Angeles (Sutton 0-1)

Carrow 3b 3 1 1 0
Bowen cf 3 0 1 0
Kettinger if 3 0 1 0
Sullivan 1b 3 0 1 0
Rafferty ss 1 1 0 0
Lonchar c 2 0 0 0
Hornyak 3 0 0 0
Kocoloski 2b 3 0 1 1
Burton p 3 0 1 0
Totals 24 2 6 1
rhe
Eastern Michigan 000 000 0-0 5 2
Michigan 001 100 x-2 6 1
E: Carrow, Ferguson 2; DP: Mich-
igan 1; LOB: Michigan 7; EMU 2;
SAC: Michigan 1; SB: Collins.
ip I h rer w so
Burton (W, 4-1) 7 5 0 0 0 9
Kuhnie (L) 3% 5 2 1 1 3
Holmes 1 Y~ 1 0 0 0 1
Mills 1 0 0 0 0 1
HBP: Rafferty (by Kuhnie);
Time: 2:16 A-763.

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