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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

5,'..',:. CANADIENS KNOT BRUINS

New-
By The Associated Press
TORONTO-Bob Nevin's seconc
goal of the night, an unassistec
marker on a breakaway with 9:0"
gone in overtime, lifted New Yor
to a 2-1 victory over Toronto lal
night and gave the Rangers the
National Hockey League quarter
final series four games to two.
The Rangers will play in Chi-
cago in the semifinals starting
this weekend. The Black Hawl
swept their best-of-seven serie,
from Philadelphia in four straight
games.
Nevin took the loose puck in the
Rangers' zone, skated into the
Toronto end and, with defense-
man Bob Baun forced to divide
his attention between Nevin ant
another New Yorker, the Rangers
captain fired the disc into thb
lower left hand corner of the net
just inches beyond the outstretch.
ed leg of Maple Leafs' netmindej
Jacques Plante.
The Rangers appeared to hav(
the game won on a second-perio
breakaway goal by Nevin but, wit
just 2:34 remaining in regulation
play, young defenseman Jim Mc
Kenny caught New York. in the
midst of a player change ant
scored an unassisted goal.

York,

Minnesota

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NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOT LEGOW
He skated into Rangers' terri-
tory, whipped around 'stumbling
defenseman Dale Rolfe and fired
the puck into the upper right cor-
ner of the net past New York
goalie Eddie Giacomin.
Vic Hadfield started New York's
first scoring play, intercepting a
Toronto pass in the Rangers' zone.
He picked up his own deflection
and passed it to center Walter
Tkaczuk, starting a 3-on-0 break-
away into the Toronto end. Tkac-
zuk unloaded a 20-ftoot slap shot
which Plante slid out and stopped.
Blues Ousted
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
The Minnesota North Stars gave
St. Louis a one goal lead for the
third straight game' and then
roared back for the third straight
time to whip the Blues 5-2 and
win their National Hockey League
West Division quarter-final play-
off last night behind veterans
Doug Mohns and Bobby Rousseau.
Mohns fired in two goals and
Rousseau contributed a goal and
two assists as the North Stars took
the best-of-7 series, 4 games to 2.
Lou Nanne and Ted Hampson
each added a goal and an assist
for the winners.
Frank St. Marseille, after passes
from Carl Brewer and Gary Unger
gave St. Louis its lead after 4:45
of the second period on a power-
play' goal.
* *

-Associated Press
WILLIE HORTON, Detroit Tigers' leftfielder tries in vain to
nab Felipe Alou's home run in yesterday's game with the Yankees.
Several of Detroit's ace relievers look on in awe and shock.

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ORIOLES TAKE ANOTHER:
Tigers nip

'man J. C. Tremblay and Jacques
Laperriere.
The Bruins got power-play goals
from centers Phil Esposito and
Fred Stanfield in the first and sec-
ond periods, respectively, while an-
other pivot, Derek Sanderson,
scored Boston's lone third-period
goal.
The winners outshot the Bruins
43-32 and held an 11-5 margin in
the opening period, the first time
in the series the Bruins had not
outfired the Canadiens in the in-
itial 20 minutes of play.
Rookie netminder Ken Dryden
thus evened his record against the
Bruins, counting his third victory
against as many defeats.
It was the second loss of the
round for Gerry Cheevers in the
Boston nets. Eddie Johnston was
in goal for Montreal's 7-5 win in
Boston.
Canadi an
team----signs
ANN ARBOR (gP) - Don Moor-
head, who quarterbacked the
Michigan football team to a Big
Ten co-championship in 1969 and
toi a second-place finish in 1970,
has signed a professional con-
tract with the British Columbia
Lions, assistant Michigan football
coach Frank Maloney said yes-
terday.
He said Moorhead signed the
Scontractwith the Canadian Foot-
ball League earlier in the week.
Moorhead, 22, had been a draft
pick of the New Orleans Saints
of the National Football League.
He was the starting quarterback
in his junior and senior years and
became' Michigan's all-time of-
fense leader with nearly 1,000
yards rushing - and more than
2,500 yards in passing.'
He also set most of Michigan's
career passing records.
Moorhead, a native of South
Haven, Mich., is 6-foot-2 and
weighs around 200 pounds.
Under his signal-calling, Michi-
gan compiled an 8-3 record two
years ago, including a loss to
Southern California in' the Rase
Bowl, and to a 9-1 mark last year.

Yanks

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-Associated Press
JUDE DROUIN (16), of the Minnesota North Stars finds himself surrounded around the St. Louis Blues'
net in last night's Stanley Cup first round game at Minnesota. The North Stars won the game 5-2 and
clinched the series with four wins in six outings. Now the North Stars wait for the winner of the Mon-
treal-Boston series to be determined and then open against the winner in the semifinal round.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Ed Brinkman's
ninth-inning single scored Aure-
lio Rodriguez and brought the De-
troit Tigers to a 3-2 comeback vic-
tory over the New York Yankees
yesterday.
Rodriguez opened the ninth by
beating out a bunt off relief pit-
cher Lindy McDaniel. He ad-
vanced on Mickey Stanley's sac-
rifice and came in on Brinkman's
hit to left.
Detroit tied the score in the
eighth, inning when Al Kaline
opened with a long double over
left fielder Felipe Alou's h e a d,
moved to third on an infield out
and scored on Norm Cash's sac-
rifice fly.
That balanced a run the Yanks
had scored in the bottom of the
V seventh on a walk and singles by
Curt Blefary and Bobby Murcer.
Murcer's hit was his third of the
game.
The Tigers used four pitchers
in the Yankee seventh, seven in
the game and 17 in the three-
game series against the Yankees.
'' Alou's second homer in as many
games since joining the Yankees,
moved New York ahead in the
fifth and Mel Stottlemyre pro-
tected the edge into the seventh.
But Bill Freehan opened that
inning with his second double and

scored on Rodriguez's g o 1 f e d
single to center, tying the score.
That run halted Stottlemyre's
shutout string at 15 innings this
season. He left after allowing four
hits in eight innings.
Tribe tomahawked
CLEVELAND - Paul Blair and
Boog Powell walked with the bases
loaded in the 10th inning, forc-
ing in two runs to give the Balti-
more Orioles a 6-4 victory over
the Cleveland Indians last night.
Don Buford tied the -game at
4-4 in the fourth inning with a
single that scored Mark Belanger,
who had reached first on an er-
ror and advanced to second on
pitcher Jim Palmer's single.
The Orioles had taken a 3-0
lead in the first on Powell's
three-run homer.
Cleveland bounced back on
back-to-back doubles by G r a i g
Nettles and Ray Fosse and a
single by Ken Harrelson in the
first and Nettles' two-run homer
in the second to take a 4-3 lead:
* * *
Giants gore
SAN FRANCISCO -- Pinch-hit-
ter Fran Healy in his first 'Na-
tional League at bat, punched a
first-pitch home run over the
right field screen in the 10th

Prf-e-- ssional.Leag..........
Professional League St-andings,

inning yesterday, vaulting the
San Francisco Giants to a 4-3 vic-
tory over Houston.
Healy, a 24-year-old catcher,
batted for reliever Jerry Johnson
with one away and jumped on the
first pitch to him by Jim Ray to
give the Giants their fourth suc-
cessive victory and move them two
games ahead of the Astros atop
the National League West.
* * *
Twins toppled
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Joe Rudi and Reggie J a c k s o n
laced two-out, run-scoring singles
in the eighth inning to rally t h e
Oakland A's to a 4-3 victory over
the Minnesota Twins yesterday.
Rudi lined his third hit of the
afternoon to center to tie the
game off reliever Stan Williams,
0-2, after Dick Green had sing-
led and stolen second.
The Twins shot into a 3-0, lead
in the fifth off Jim "Catfish"
Hunter on back-to-back doubles
by Tony Oliva, who drove in one
of the runs, and Harmon K ill e-
brew, who brought in two.
Chisox chopped ,
CHICAGO - Dave May drove
across' two runs and Skip Lock-
wood pitched a four-hitter as the
Milwaukee Brewers handed t h e
Chicago White Sox their s I x t h
straight loss, 4-1, yesterday.
The Brewers, staying out front
in the American League W e s t,
got their go-ahead run on Mike
Hegan's single in a two-run sec-
ond off loser Bart Johnson.
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MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens' spurred on by two-goal
performances from centers Henri
Richard and Pete Mahovlich, last
night kept their Stanley Cup play-
off hopes alive with an easy 8-3
victory over the defending cham-
pion Boston Bruins.
The victory forced a seventh
and decidinggame back inBoston'
Sunday afternoon.
Other Montreal goal - scorers
were center Jacques Lemaire, left
wing Marc Tardif and defense-

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W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 6 1 .857 -
New York 4 4 .500 2,
Cleveland 3 3 .500 2Y2
' Washington 4 5 .444 3
Boston \ 3 4 .429 3
Detroit 3 5 .375 3%
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California 4. 4 .500 1
Minnesota 4 5 .444 1.4
Kansas City 4 5 .444 1%2
Chicago 3 6 .333 2Y2
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 4, 10 inn.
California at Kansas City, inc.
Oakland 4, Minnesota 3
Milwaukee 4, Chicago 1
Today's Gaines
California (May 0-0) at Minne-
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Oakland (Gardner 0-0) at Chicago
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San Francisco 4, Houston 3
St. Louis at Los Angeles, inc.
Chicago at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
Cincinnati (Nolan 0-0) at Mon-
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Pittsburgh (Ellis 1-1) at New York
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Atlanta (Nash 1-0) at Philadelphia
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Houston (Wilson 1-1) at Los An-
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St. Louis (Gibson 1-1) at San
Diego (Coombs 1-0), night
Chicago (Jenkins 1-1) at San
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