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Wednesday, April 14, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednsda, Apil 4, 171 HE MCHIAN DILYPageNin

Bruins club
Rangers edg

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Veteran Johnny
Bucyk wrecked Montreal's c o m e-
back hopes with a dramatic un-:
assisted goal at 12:47 of the third'
period as the Boston Bruins de-
feated the Canadians 7-3 last
night to take a 3-2 advantage in
their best-of-seven National Hock-
ey League playoff.
The Bruins took a 5-1 lead into
the third period, but the Cana-
diens came out as if to duplicate
their comeback from a similar
disadvantage last Thursday, when
they won the second game of the
series, 7-5.
* Goals by Frank Mahovlich and
John Ferguson narrowed the count
to 5-3. The Canadiens appeared to
have the Bruins on the ropes with
more than 10 minutes remaining.
However, Bucyk came off the
bench, picked up a loose puck and
went in to score his first goal in
five playoff games. He cut in on
the right wing his off position,
and crashed into two defensemen
just as he fired a shot into the
far corner of the net. That was
all the Bruins needed as they re-
assumed command and moved to
within one victory of the semifin-
als in defense of their Stanley Cup
Championship.
Ken Hodge completed the Bos-
ton scoring with an unassisted
goal on a 30-foot shot with just
over four minutes remaining.
Seven Boston players shared in
the scoring. Other marksmen were

daily
spori
NIGHT EDITO
RANDY PHILLI
Wayne Cashman, Phil
Mike Walton, Johnny
and Eddie Westfall.
Leafs fall
NEW YORK - Ted I
ed a goal in the firstz
play last night and the
Rangers rolled on to a3
over the Toronto Maple
the pivotal fifth game of
tional Hockey League SI
playoff series.
The decision gave Ne
3-2 edge over the Lea
best-of-seven series with
game scheduled in Toron
day night.
The Rangers comple
inated the opening mo
the game, never allowin
out of the Toronto zon
off with Irvine's first g
series. The big leftwing
Bruce MacGregor's reb
Toronto goalie Bernie P
the game only 34 secon
Only some sensational:
ing by Parent kept th

Montreal;
SLeafs
1-0 as New York outshot Toronto
17-4 in the opening 20 minutes.
Vic Hadfield scored New York's
second goal in the middle period,
completely circling the Leaf net
before tucking the puck in the
corner with Parent down and out
of the play.
R: Bob Nevin made it 3-0 early in
R: the third period when he batted a
loose puck out of the air and then
rammed it past Parent.
Esposito,
McKenzie Stars soar
ST. LOUIS - Right wing Lou
Nanne slapped in a rebound of
! Murray Oliver's shot with 3:35
Irvin scor- left to give the Minnesota North
minute of Stars a 4-3 Stanley Cup quarter
New York final hockey triumph over the St..
3-1 victory Louis Blues last night.
e Leafs in The North Stars' triumph pro-
their Na- vided them a 3-2 edge in the best-
tanley Cup of-seven National Hockey League
West Division series.
w York a Defenseman Tom Reid set up
fs York a the winning goal by Nanne by tak-
the sixth ing the puck off Jim Lorentz's
nth Thurs- stick in St. Louis' zone.
Reid passed across ice to Oliver,
whose slap shot was stopped by
tely dom- goaltender Glenn Hall only to
ments of have Nanne swoop in for the re-
g the puck bound.
ie. It paid

Bulls' mentor wins award
NHL rookie center succumbs
By The Associated Press,
. NEW YORK - Dick Motta, the fiery coach of the Chicago Bulls,
was named the Coach of the Year in the National Basketball Associa-
tion yesterday after guiding his club to its best record since joining the
league in 1966.
Motta, completing his third year with the Bulls, received 30 votes
from the panel of three sports writers in each of the 17 league cities.
He easily outdistanced Milwaukee's Larry Costello who got 11 votes.
* * *
* PITTSBURGH - Michel Briere, the promising rookie center
on the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins in 1970, died
yesterday afternoon in a Montreal Hospital, the club announced.
Briere, 21, had been hospitalized since he was seriously injured in
a one-car accident last May 15 near Malartic; Quebec. Since that time,
he had undergone four brain operations and was in a coma most of the
time.
# LOS ANGELES - Randy Hundley, Chicago Cubs' toughluck
catcher, suffered a possible torn cartilage in his right knee Monday
night while pinch hitting against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
That was the preliminary diagnosis of the same knee he injured
in spring training, an ailment which kept him out of the line-up
* * *
* MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The Minneapolis star reported yes-
terday that Minnesota Twins second baseman Rod Carew is "seriously
considering retiring from baseball."

-Associated Press
YVAN COURNOYER turns the light on behind Boston goalie Gary Cheevers in the first period of last
night's NHL playoff game between Montreal and the Bruins. Looking on and for once out of position
is Boston's defensive ace, Bobby Orr (4), along with Canadien Terry Harper (19). The 7-3 win gave the
Bruins a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven series.

oal of the
g ripped
ound past
'arent with
ads old.
net-mind-
e score at

EXPOS TOP METS

Yanks keep Tigers on skids, 5-2

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Roy White's
fourth-inning home run broke up
a scoreless game and winning pit-
cher Stan Bahnsen delivered a
run-scoring triple as New York
defeated Detroit 5-2 yesterday be-
fore 34,745, the Yankees' largest
opening day crowd since 1966.
Bahnsen allowed at least one hit
in every inning but pitched out'
of trouble several times in squar-
ing his record at 1-1" He had a
3-0 lead before Norm Cash hom-
ered in the sixth for Detroit's first
run.
White's high fly sailed into the
lower right field stands with one
out in the fourth after the Yan-
kees had been held to one scratch
hit through three innings by Joe
Niekro, 0-2. They picked up ano-
ther run in the fourth when Bob-
by Murcer walked, stole second
and scored on Danny Cater's
single.
In the fifth, Jerry Kenny sin-
gled and Gene Michael forced him
at second before Bahnsen lashed
a triple into the left field corner
beyond the reach of Gates Brown.
The Yanks made it 4-1 in the
sixth on walks to White and Mur-
cer, Cater's long fly and a balk by
reliever Daryl Patterson.
, Detroit pinch-hitter Kevin Col-
lins tripled in the seventh a n d
scored on Dick McAuliffe's in-
field out, but the Yanks matched
that iii their half on a walk, Hor-
ace Clarke's double and Thurman
Munson's sacrifice fly.
* * *
Expos mince Mets
MONTREAL - Steve Renko

beat New York for the s e c o n d
time this season, scattering eight
hits as the Montreal Expos stop-
ped the Mets 4-1 yesterday in
their home opener.
Gary Gentry, now 0-2, gave up
only three hits, walked three and
struck out one, before being lifted
for a pinch hitter in the seventh
inning.
John Bateman's first home run
of the season made it 2-0 in the
second inning and then Bob Bai-
ley scored from third on a throw-
ing error by second baseman Ken
Boswell on an attempted steal in
the third.
Brewers blanked
MILWAUKEE-Lefthander Vida
Blue pitched a two-hitter and
posted his second straight shutout
in blanking the Milwaukee Brew-
ers 2-0.
Blue, who struck out five and
walked one, had a no hitter for
four innings but lost his bid when

outfielder Bernie Smith hit a solid
single to left in the fifth inning.
Don Mincher, who played with
the Brewers when they were the-
Seattle Pilots, helped ruin the ma-
jor-league debut of Bill Parsons.
Mincher's single in the first in-
ning scored Joe Rudi, who had
doubled with one out, and gave
Oakland a 1-0 lead.
Angels advance
CHICAGO-Billy Cowan's 10th-
Inning pinch single drove in the
go-ahead run and California add-
ed another on Alex Johnson's
bases-loaded infield hit as the
Angels handed the Chicago White
Sox their fourth consecutive loss,
3-1 yesterday.
Ken McMullen opened the in-
ning with a double off reliever Vi-
cente Romo, 1-1. Ruiz ran for him
and, following an infield hit, came
home when Cowan greeted reliev-
er Don Eddy with a single.
The runners moved to second
and third on the throw home and,

after an intentional walk, John-
son grounded to deep short to
score O'Brien.
A double no-hit duel between
California's Andy Messersmith
and Chicago's Tom Bradley ended
in the top of the sixth inning on
Sandy Alomar's run-scoring dou-
ble to left center.

For the

student body:

fLARES

by
A Levi
'A Farah

Professional League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division

-Associated Press
OUT AT THE PLATE is Detroit catcher Bill Freehan as he slides
home in the fourth inning of the Tigers-Yankees game yesterday.
Freehan was one-half of a double steal attempt by the Tigers who
went on to lose, 5-2. Making the tag is catcher Thurman Munson.

W L
Baltimore 4 1
Cleveland 3 1
New York 3 3
Boston 3 3
Washington 3 5
Detroit 2 4
r West Division
Minnesota 4 3
Milwaukee 3 3
Kansas City 4 4
California 4 4
Oakland 4 4
Chicago 3 4

Pct.
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.750
.500
.500
.375
.333
.571
.500
.500
.500
.500
.429

GB
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2
2
24
2f
-
12
1/

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

W
5
3
3
2

2 4
2 5
Division
5 2
6 3
4 3
3 4
3 4
2 4

L
2
2
4
3

Pet.
.714
.600
.429
.400
.333
.286
.714
.667
.571
.429
.429
.333

GB
1
2
2
21/
3
112
2
2
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CHECK-MATE I(
State Street at Liberty

LOSE ONE SET:
Netters destroy Rockets, 9-0

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Yesterday's Results
jKansas City 5, Minnesota 3
'Oakland 2, Milwaukee 0
California 3, Chicago 1
New York 5, Detroit 2
Boston 5, Washington 3
Baltimore, Cleveland, postponed-rain
Today's Gamnes
California at Kansas City, night
Oakland at Minnesota
Milwaukee at Chicago
Baltimore at Cleveland
Boston at Washington, night
Detroit at New York

Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 3
Houston 8, St. Louis 4
Cincinnati 5, Atlanta 4
Montreal 4, New York 1
Chicago at Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night
Houston at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Atlanta, night
St. Louis at Los Angeles, night
Chicago at San Diego, night
New York at Montreal

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By CHUCK DRUKISt
Michigan's courtsmen scored
their second consecutive shutout
as they racked Toledo 9-0 in a dual1
meet yesterday afternoon.
The courtsmen won all the sets
in singles play, and only lost one
set in doubles play.1
Number one seeded Joel Rosss
defeated Steve Squires 6-2, 6-4.
Ross' wicked serves and looping
return shots kept a frustrated
Squires off balance throughout the
match.
Number two seeded Tim Ott
trounced Ken Brown 6-3, 6-0. Num-
ber ° three seeded Dick Ravreby
subdued Gary Driftmyer 6-2, 6-3.
Captain Ramone Almonte, seeded
number four, blanked Tim Thomas
twice, 6-0, 6-0. Almonte has been
playing consistent tennis over the
past few weeks. He was the only
singles player who won against
Illinois last Friday. He also made
Scares
NHL
Yesterday's Results
New York 3, Toronto 1, New York
leads best-of-7 series 3-2.
Boston 7, Montreal 3, Boston leads
best-of-7 series 3-2.#
Minnesota 4, St. Louis 3, Minnesota
leads best-of-7 series 3-2.
Today's Games
No games scheduled.
** * *
N B A
Yesterday's Games
No games scheduled.
Today's Games
Eastern Conference Finals
New York at Baltimore, fourth game
of best-of-7 series, Knicks lead 2-1
Western Conference Finals
Milwaukee at Los Angeles, third game.
of best-of-7 series, Milwaukee

quick work of Purdue Saturday'
winning 6-1, 6-1.
Number five Michigan seed
Kevin Senich won a tight contest
over Brian Engle 7-6. The twelve
point tie breaking system was used
for this meet. Senich however
made Engle look like an easy mark
as he won the match with a 6-0
score in the second set. Senich, a
freshman, is one of the bright
spots in Michigan's tennis future.
Mike Ware completed the sweepi
of the singles matches with a 7-5,
6-1 win over lanky Jim Davis.
Ross and Ravreby combined for
the doubles competition. They
drubbed Squires and Engles 6-3,
6-2. Ravreby had trouble return-
ing some early shots, but then got
in the groove by stroking well
placed balls beyond the reach of
the Toledo competition.
Ott and Ware, also singles play-
ers, downed Toledo's second seeded
team of Drifmyer and Davis 6-3,
6-2.
Michigan's third seeded doubles
team of Dave Domzal and Bob Ep-
stein lost Michigan's only set of
the day, 6-3 to Greg Dredge and
Ken Brown but rebounded to win
the match 6-4, 6-2.
Epstein, a freshman, made his

first start for the Michigan courts-
men. After the victory, he said,
"During the first set we were ner-
vous and cold, especially me. We
finally started to get going in the
second set."
Epstein had started growing a
beard several days before he
learned that he was going to start
today. After discovering that it
would have to be shaved before he
played, he reluctantly did so a
half hour before the match.
Toledo coach Pete Kramer com-
mented after the game, "We played
some good sets in the lower seeded
matchups and a good number three
doubles. I'm disappointed, but we
lost to a fine team."
Michigan's coach Brian Eisner
said "We played pretty well
against a good team. My only dis-
appointment is that we had to play
inside because of'the bad weather."
The rain and wet courts forced
the meet to be played inside the IM
building.
Michigan is now looking forward
to today's dual meet against Kala-
mazoo. Hopefully if the weather
clears up the meet will be played
outdoors on the varsity courts be-
hind the IM building. Starting time
will be 2:30 p.m.

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