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14riday, October 3;C?, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven'

~ridoy, October 30, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PQge Eleven

Wings

batter

Bruins;

Knicks roll over Rockets

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Alex Delvecchio
scored his 400th and 401st Nation-
al Hockey League career goals and
Gordie Howe picked up his 1000th
regular season assist on one of
them to lead the Detroit Red
Wings to a 5-3 victory over the
Boston Bruins yesterday.
Detroit's first victory in five
games snaped the Stanley CupI
champions' unbeaten streak at 16
games going back into last spring's
playoffs.
The Bruins won five and tied
their other start this season, and
one of the victories was an easy
7-3 conquest of Detroit in Bos-
ton's season opener. The Bruinsl
ended last season with 10 straight
playoffs wins.
Detroit refused to wilt before!
the bruising Bruins, coming, back
twice after losing leads.
Delvecchio's 400thdcareer goal.
an unassisted effort after he took!
the puck from Bobby Orr at cen-
ter' ice, and Frank Mahovlich's
goal'on a Howe rebound, gave De-
troit a 2-0 lead before the game
was four minutes old.
Boston came back with two
goals in 1:14, the first a power
play effort by league scoring lead-

daily
sports1
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM KEVRA
er Phil Esposito, his seventh goalI
of the season, and the next by Ed
Westfall at 6:22.
Detroit defenseman Dale Rolfe
scored on a long, low slapshot at
8:10 of the second period, but Don
Marcotte notched his third goal,
,all against Detroit on Boston's
third whack at the puck in front
of Detroit goalie Roy Edwards at
9:02.}
Delvecchio and Howefbroke itj
up in the third period after De-,
troit had withstood a withering
Boston power play.
Howe put Delvecchio in from
the blue line at 5:38, and he
banged his own rebound past Ger-
ry Cheevers and then Howe scor-
ed on a power play backhand to
clinch it at 13:04 and sent 14,335
fans home happy.
Knicks click
NEW YORK - Willis Reed

-Daily-Jim Kresslach
MINNESOTA'S Ernie Cook (30) seems to have found a hole in Michigan's defense, but he is
about to met by onrushing Wolverines Henry Hill (39) and Frank Gusich (14). In fact, holes in
Michigan's defense were-at a premium, as the Wolverines made the Golden Gophers their sixth
straight victim, trouncing them 39-13 last Saturday.
TAYLOR, SCHUMA CHER OK
Bleset for Badger battle

throw by Don Adams, a basket by
Larry Siegfried and two free
throws and a field goal by Calvin
Murphy pulled them within two
points at 109-107 with 50 seconds
left.
After Dick Barnett, who had 26
points, missed a jumper, Reed re-
bounded with 24 to go and added
a foul shot 18 seconds later for the
j clincher.
Reed scored 11 of his 24 points
in the final quarter, helping to
overcome San Diego's surge behind
Murphy and Adams. Murphy, hit-
ting 14 points in the period, fin-
ished with 25 with Adams hitting
10 of his 12 points in the final
session.
Barnett's 20 points helped forge
a 60-49 New York halftime spread.
But San Diego pulled within 80-
77 and it was 84-79 entering the
fourth period.
Flyers fly
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Flyers scored three third
period goals last night, whipping
the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 in a
National Hockey League game.
The Kings took a 1-0 lead with4
just over two minutes remaining
in the second period, when a shot
by Matt Ravlich deflected off the
stick of teammate Doug Robinson
and skidded 25 feet to beat Flyer
goalie Doug Favell.
The Flyers tied it at 1:17 of
the third on a slap shot by Wayne
Hillman, then moved ahead at
7:01 when Earl Heiskala's shot
from the corner was kicked in by
LA goalie Jack Norris.
Serge Bernier added an empty
net goal with 27 seconds remain-
ing in the game.
Paid Political Advertisement ,.

-Associated 'Press
DALE ROLFE (center) and an unidentified Red Wing take on
Dave Balon (17) and Bill Fairbairn (10) after a pileup in front
of the Detroit net during the Wings 5-3 victory last night. Lines-
man Bill Friday is skating in to break up a possible fight.

F -

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By TERRI FOUCHEY
Fears that another position
would be hit with a lack of depth
problem due to injury have been
alleviated as linebacker Mike Tay-
lor was pronounced fit and ready
to play yesterday.
Taylor, who twisted his knee
wring the game with Minnesota
last week, was originally thought
to be injured seriously enough to
prevent him from playing against
Wisconsin this Saturday. When
asked about his knee, he said, "It's
all right."
Another Wolverine who has had
the scepter of injury surrounding
Ain this week is tight end Jerry
Schumacher. Schumacher h a s
been practicing with his left wrist
taped due to a sprain. According
to head coach Bo Schembechler,
"It's just a sprain, and it won't
hinder him in the game but we
don't want him aggravating it dur-
ig practice."
Guard Werner Hall, however, is
still hampered by the pinched
nerve in his shoulder which h a s
put him out of action the p a s t
two weeks. He didn't play during
the game last week and Schem-
bchler views him as "doubtful"
f -the clash with the Badgers.
"He's been suiting up for prac-
tice but we've kept him out of
contact. He just hasn't come along
like we've hoped he would,"

The main reason Hall's injury is
of such concern is because it hit
the one area which could least
stand it. This is the offensive line
which had already lost reserve
tackles Jim Coode and Tom Pop-
lawski for the season due to in-
juries.
"The offensive line is a prob-
lem because we lost two good re-
serves in Coode and Poplawski.
Now our other reserves have to be
switched from position to posi-
tion every week as the injury pic-
ture shapes up. You can't expect
a boy to be able to do his best
at a position when he's called upon
in a game, if he's been switched
around so much," Schembechler
observes. "Both lines have depth
trouble, but this is why the of-
fensive line is the center of it."

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Gridde Pickings

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scored on a rebound
MONTREAL - (Special) - Oui, dit Mme. Jean Bosse de Trois free throw in the final
Rivieres, le machine blue est marveilleux. cutting short a SanI
"J'ai ete surprise de l'efficacite de Michigan," elle dit, "mais les and leading the New Y
petit fils de Wisconsin, c'est terrible oui, les docteurs de leur club, to a 114-107 victory
ou lala . . '' Rockets in a National
Mme Bosse a dit ca, pour elle, les grand machine de Michigan Association game last
est un spectacle gross. The Rockets, behind
Pour toutes le mondes, les Griddes Picks est le tres bon solution game, trailed 109-100
pour le diner. ": '::z :;>::.:::.;:<
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Arbor. B Bi b I I o
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then hit a
24 seconds,
Diego rally
York Knicks
over the
Basketball
night.
the entire
but a free

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Schembechlwr adds. 'starting to get up for the game."
; rofessional League Standings

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct.

New York
Philadelphia
oston
uffalo
Ce
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Atlanta
Cleveland

8
6
3
1

2
2
5
4

ntral Division
4 3
2 5
1 4
0 8

.800
.750
.375
.200
.571
.286
.200
.000

Western Conference
Midwest Division
etroit 9 0 1.000
Milwaukee 4 1 .800
Chicago 4 2 .667
Phoenix 3 4 .429
Pacific Division
Los Angeles "3 3 .500
San Diego 5 6 .454
San Francisco 3 4 .429
Portland 3 4 .429
Seattle 3 5 .375
Yesterday's Results
New York 114, San Diego 107
Only Game scheduled
Today's Games
Phoenix at Boston
Baltimore at Philadelphia
Buffalo at Los Angeles
Chicago at San Francisco
Cincinnati at Cleveland
eattle at Portland
Only games scheldued.
ABA
East Division

GB
1
4
41,
2
2
4'z
3
312
5
1
GB
1'
2'
2"
3'
5!/

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Virginia
Floridians
New York
Kentucky
Pittsburgh
Arolina

W
6
4
4
4
3
0

L
1
2
4
4
5
6

Pct.
.857
.667
.500
.500
.375
.000

STUDENT
RATES
4c to
2c
Econocopy
1217 $. Univ.
761 -0087

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