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* Friday, December 4, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

* Friday, December 4, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reds
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Detroit's Frank
Mahovlich scored his 400th Na-
tional Hockey League goal last
night, but the Los Angeles Kings
rallied for three goals to tie the
Red Wings 4-4.
Defenseman Larry Cahan got
the equalizer for the Kings at
12:10 of the second period.
Tom Webster, Don Luce and
Nick Libbett scored the other De-
troit goals, while Bill Flett, Juha
Widing and Lucien Grenier got
the other LA markers.
* *. *
Canadiens click
MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens made Al MacNeil's Na-
tional Hockey League coaching
debut a success last night with an
easy 6-3 victory over the St. Louis
Blues.
MacNeil, named earlier in the;
day to succeed Claude Ruel who
resigned, watched as Pete Mahov-
lich led the Canadiens' attack
with his 12th and 13th goals of
the season.
Other Montreal goal - scorers
were Marc Tardif, Mickey Red-
mond, Guy LaPointe and Leon
Rochefort.
St. Louis got goals from Terry
Crisp, Jim Lorentz and Frank St.
Marseille.

Vings,
NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOT LEGOW

Kings

draw,

4-4

Sabers knot Bruins
BUFFALO - Ken Hodge's 50-
foot slap shot with 1:09 remain-
ing gave Boston a 4-4 tie against
Buffalo last night and moved the
Bruins into sole possession of first
place in the National Hockey
League's East Division.
Hodge's goal capped a come-
back frm a two-goal defiict in
the third period by the Bruins
after they had blown an early 2-0
lead.
Fred Stanfield's goal at 12:38
of the period had pulled Boston
within 4-3.
The Bruins took a 2-0 lead on
goals by Johnny Bucyk and Bobby
Orr. But Buffalo came back with
the next four goals.
Cougars conquer
TAMPA-Joe Caldwell and Bob
Verga collected 30 points each last
night to lead the Carolina Cou-
gars to a 124-114 American Bas-
ketball Association victory over
the Floridians.
At halftime the score was 64-54
Carolina, and the Cougars in-
creased their lead to 17 points.
The Floridians closed to within
98-97 before Carolina broke it

-Associated Press
LOS ANGELES' BILL FLETT (17) takes a tumble across the crease of the Red Wing goal after
scoring in the first period. Arriving too late on the scene are defensemen Gerry Mart (19) and Dale
Rolfe (3). Detroit goalie Roy Edwards gets the worst of the collision as he ends up at the bottom
of the pile and is temporarily shaken up. The R ed Wings and Kings tied 4-4.
IN WEEKEND PAIR:

Icers
By JOEL GREER
The Michigan Icers, who split
their opening WCHA series with
North Dakota, open a two-game
series vith a tremendously im-
proved Clorado College squad in
Colorado Springs tonight.
In a complete switch from last
year when they finished dead last
with a 3-17-0 record, the Tigers
stand atop the WCHA after out-
scoring defending champion Min-
nesota twice, 6-3 and 8-5 last
weekend.
' Their 2-0 league record may be
a bit misleading as the Tigers were
crushed in each of their three
non-league starts. Denver' dump-
ed them 8-4 while the U.S. Na-
tional team dissolved Colorado's
defense twice, 7-2 and 11-3.
The defense, despite being an

ace climbing Colorado

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all veteran unit, has not played
a solid game yet.
Colorado coach John Matchefts,
who played on the Michigan
NCAA championship squads of
1951-1953, talked about his ques-
tionable defense. "The team will
have to improve tremendously de-
fensively as a unit. The defense
has shown capabilities, especially
against Minnesota; and we hope;
the problem is just a matter of
concentration and consistency."
Both Colorado goalies of 1 a s t
year have returned and are alter-
nated by Matchefts. Neither Doug
Schum nor Doug Bellamy has had
much help from the defense and
their performances have shown it.
Schum, a sophomore from Mon-
treal, finished the season last year
with a 5.8 goal - against average.
while Bellamy, an Edmonton, Al-
berta junior was only slightly more

adequate at 4.6. This year the two
have combined for an average ofI
6.2.

The Wolverines who bring a 1-1
league record into the series hope
to duplicate last Years twin kill-

The defense is bolstered by four ings. Michigan barely edged the
lettermen. Senior Jim Ahlbrecht, Tigers, 8-7, the first night while
who was a winger last season, is they put it all together in the re-
teamed with sophomore Bob Wino- match, 6-0. Karl Bagnell who has
grad while seniors Bob Langin been alternating with Doug Hast-
and Rob Jacobi make up the other ings in goal this season notched
veteran combination. his only shutout in that second
The major improvement of the victory.
team is the balance of the three Bernie Gagnon continues to lead
offensive lines. Matchefts has split the Wolverines in scoring with five
up his number one line of last sea- goals and six assists.
son to make three lines which all ........:°z- a::::".. .
are scoring threats. .
"We have a good balance of of- NHL Standings
fense in our lines," Matchefts ex- ::::::
plained, "Individual members of East Division
the lines are strong enough to give W L T Pts. GF GA
us better scoring potential." Boston 14 55 33 102 64
usINew Y ork 14 5 4 32 72 50
Senior Bob Collyard, who has Montreal 12 2 4 28 83 63
been named All-America in each Vancouver 10 13 3 23 77 91
of his varsity seasons, centers the Detroit 8 11 4 20 72 81
Toronto 7 15 1 15 73 83
first line. Collyard led the Tigers Buffalo 4 13 5 13 43 79
in scoring last year with 18 goals West Division
and 39 assists. Bill Baldrica who Chicago 15 4 5 35 87 50
was a high school teammate of St. Louis 1 5 7305 49 45
Minnesota. 11 8 3 25 54 54
Collyard's, in Hibbing, Minnesota, Philadelphia 10 10 2 22 55 .57
plays left wing while freshman I Pittsburgh 5 10 9 19 64 62
Steve Sertich rounds out the first Los Angeles 8 12 2 18 61 77
California 6 16 2 14 51 83

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open.
Bulls bucked'ow
de
MILWAUKEE - Oscar Robert- si
son directed Milwaukee to a Ja
fourth-quarter spurt to edge the co
Chicago Bulls 107-100 in a Na- ni
tional Basketball Association game
last night. po
Chicago led most of the way un- de
til Robertson sank a 20-foot jump- NE
er with 8:51 remaining in the last
period, tying the score at 83-83. GE
The Bucks forged ahead by five re
points, 90-85, before Chicago m,
staged another comeback, pulling Fo
to within one point, 95-94.
Lew Alcindor, burdener with st
fouls through most of the game, ist
and Robertson combined for the re
next seven points as the Bucks
stretched their advantage to 7-
102-94. ro

-Associated Press
CHICAGO -BLACK HAWK Bobby Hull sprawls over the extended stick of Ted Green of the Boston
Bruins as he goes in on a scoring attempt last night in Chicago. Bruin goalie Gerry Cheevers'
(30) was less successful than Green in stopping scoring drives, with Chicago downing Boston .4-3.
GILMORE, FOX STAR
Dolphins roll again152-106
By The Associated Press popping from the outside, Jack- 1. It was the opener for Valparai'
NEW YORK - Artis Gilmore sonville jumped to a 66-41 half- so, under new Coach Bill Purden.
Nned the boards and Harold Fox time lead and letting the subs
stroyed St. Peter's from the out- mop up.Gc
de, leading record-smashing Gilmore finished with 28 points Gamecocks roll
icksonville to a 152-106 runaway and Fox had 29, Rich Rinaldi led COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Seconds
llege basketball victory last the losers with 32. ranked South Carolina jumped to
ght. * * - an early 16-point lead and then
The fourth-ranked Dolphins' Boilermakers breeze weathered a 51/2 minute scoring
Sint-production broke the Gar- erdrought before pulling away from
n scoring record of 122 set by LAFAYETTE - Purdue out- Auburn 86-69 last night in ih$
ew York University in 1961. scored Valparaiso 12-2 at the start Gamecock's basketball opener. A
Gilroore, in addition, broke the of the second half last night and Auburn, a Southeastern Confer1
arden mark of rebounds in a went on to win an 80-61 college ence contender, saw. its record
gular season with 34. The old basketball game. drop to 1-1.:
ark of 32 was established by The Boilermakers held a 39-35 South Carolina's big men, Ton
)rdham's Ed Conlin in 1955. halftime lead after Valparaiso Owens and.Tim-Riker, both 6-10,
It was all Jacksonville f r o m slashed a 10-point lead as Lynn dominated the scoring and re-
art to finish as the NCAA final- Seyfert scored nine _straight for bounding with Owens taking high
s last season rolled up a team the Crusaders. point honors with 28 points and
cord score. Bob Ford paced Purdue's scoring rebounding honors with 16.
With the 7-foot-2 Gilmore and with 19 points, George Faerber John Roche contributed 17
foot teammate Pembrook Bur- had 18 and Larry Weatherford 15. points and five assists to thO
ws grabbing rebounds and Fox The game evened Purdue at 1- Gamecock's winning cause.

Ump Ashford quits;
Bench cops award

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Flamboyantj
Emmett Ashford, only black um-
pire in major league history, re-
luctantly announced his retire-
ment yesterday after five Ameri-
can League seasons.
Ashford, 56, cracked the color
barrier for umpires in 1966 when
he was hired by American League
President Joe " Cronin. His free-
wheeling style while calling the
plays, quickly endeared him to the
fans.
He stepped down two months
after working his first World
Series.
"It is with a gretat deal of re-
luctance that I close a 20-year
career of conscientious, dedicated
enthusiasm to the umpiring pro-
fession and baseball in general,"
Ashford said in a prepared state-
ment which he handed out to
newsmen
"However, I realize suchthings
ins life come to us all and must
be faced with the same honesty
and forthrightness that umpires
use on the field..
"Trying to top the exceptionally
good year and the thrilling events
of the 1970 World Series would
be superfluous and anticlimatic,"
said 'Ashford.
PAUL CAMELET
Dean Tailor

In another event at the annual
baseball meetings slugger Johnny1
Bench of the Cincinnati Reds and
fire-balling Bob Gibson of theF
St. Louis Cardinals were honored
as player of the year and pitcher
of the year as baseball honoredt
its best performers at a plushl
academy awards-type dinner.
Bench beat out Baltimore's°
Boog Powell and Gibson topped
Minnesota's Jim Perry in the bal-
loting which matched the Most
Valuable Players and Cy Young
Award winners of the two leagues.
A panel of writers and broadcast-
ers representing all major league
teams did the voting

Dale Yutsyk, who played center
and defense last year has made
the switch to left wing on the
second line. Freshman Doug Pal-I
azzari has nailed down the center
slot and Cliff Purpur, who scored
23 goals playing on a line with #
Collyard last year adds scoring
punch to second line.
Jerry O'Connor centers the
third line with sophomores Guy
Hildebrand and Mike Bertsch on
the wings. O'Conner ,a junior from
from Forks, North Dakota, tallied
14 times for the Tigers last sea-
son.
The fourth line consists of jun-
ior Wayne Horb at center with
Casey Ryan at left wing and con-
verted defenseman Mike Mallinger
on the right.

Iester ay's esuits
St. Louis 3, Montreal 6
Boston 4, Buffalo 4
Los Angeles 4, Detroit 4
Only games scheduled
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Purdue 80, Valparaiso 61
Jacksonville 152, St. Peter's 106
C. W. Post 85, Yeshiva 46
Missouri 80, Idaho 60
South Carolina 86, Auburn 69
Dequesne 92, Baltimore 60
St. Joseph's Pa. 71, Manhattan 67
William and Mary 97, Richmond 84
Florida State 106, Biscayne 70
Oklahoma 66, Miami, Ohio 86
Marshall 98, California, Riverside 89
Western Tenn. 96, Old Dominion 82
NBA
Milwaukee 107, Chicago 100
ABA
Carolina 124, Floridians 114
Denver 129, Virginia 111

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