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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 11, 19751

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fridov. ADril 11. 1975

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BRAVES BOUNCE BULLETS, 113-102

Pistons

crush

Seattle

Orioles embarrass
Tiger youngsters

From Wire Service Reports
DETROIT - George Trapp
and Dave Bing each scored 24
points last night as the Detroit
Pistons overwhelmed the Seat-
tle Supersonics 122-106, pushing
their National Basketball. As-
sociation playoff series to a
third and -deciding game.
The Pistons played like a dif-
ferent team from the one that
was crushed 90-77 Tuesday in
Seattle. The rubber game in the
first-round, best-of-three series
will be in Seattle SaturdayI
night.
Detroit cane out scrapping,
and with Bing running the
attack the Pistons led by as
many as 16 points in the?

first half. In the third period
Detroit exploded, outscoring
the Sonics 36-23. °
Curtis Rowe scored 22 points
for the Pistons, while Bob La-
nier added 17 and Howard Por-
ter 15 - including 12 in the
final period.
Bing's ballhandling had the
Cobo Arena crowd of 10,400
buzzing and he had 11 assists.
In the first game Bing only hit
on three of 15 shots in an 11
point effort.
* * *

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night to lead the Buffalo
Braves to a 113-102 victory over
Washington in the first game
of their best-of-seven Eastern
Conference playoff series in the
National Basketball Associa-
tion.
The Braves scored 11 straight
points to take a 67-60 leadrmid-
way through the third period,
and never trailed again.
Gar Heard scored 24 points
and grabbed eight rebounds to
help Buffalo win its third
game in three tries at the
Capital Centre this season.
Guard Randy Smith contri-
buted 27 points to the win-
ners' attack.
The Bullets trailed 29-26 after
one period, but outscored the
victors 30-23 to take a 56-52
halftime lead. They maintained
that margin until Buffalo went
on its 11-point spree.
Phil Chenier led the Bullets
with 23 points, but he had only
eight in the second half and
missed eight of his last nine
shots. Elvin Hayes had 20
points and nine rebounds for the
losers..E
Knicks shine
NEW YORK-Aggressive Jim
Barnett came off the bench and
sparked a decisive second-quar-
ter spree ; and Walt Frazier
scored 26 points, helping the
New York Knicks beat the
Houston R o c k e t s 106-96 last
night. It squared their National
ENTARY FEATURE
spiring . . "'
rbour, NBC-TV.

Basketball Association playoff
series at one victory apiece.
The hard - driving Barnett
was inserted into the game in
the second period after team-
mate Earl Monroe was tagged
for a technical foul and re-
moved by Coach Red Holz-
man. Calvin Murphy made the
technical for Houston, cutting
New York's lead to 31-28.
Then in the next 6:09, the
fast-breaking, accurate-shooting
and defense-minded Knicks out-
scored the Rockets 20-6 for a
commanding 51-34 bulge. Bar-
nett began the spurt with a
driving layup and contributed
nine 'points during the stretch.
After that, the Rockets, 99-84
winners in the opening game at
Houston Tuesday night, never
got closer than the final mar-
gin.
Barnett finished with 15 points
in the well-balanced New York
attack, Monroe added 14, Hart-
borne Wingo had 13 and Phil
Jackson collected 12.
First round
Masters leaders
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- First-
round leaders, scores Thursday
in the Masters Golf Tournament
on the 7,020-yard, par-72 Au-
gusta National Golf Club course.
(a-denotes amateur):
Bobby Nichols 34-33-67j
Jack Nicklaus 34-34-68I
Allen Miller 33-35-68
J. C. Snead 34-35-69
Tom Weiskopf 34-35-69
Arnold Palmer 34-35-69
Bob Murphy 35-35-70
Billy Casper 35-35-70
Tom Watson 36-34-70
a-Jerry Pate 36-35-71
Sam Snead 35-36-71
Tommy Aaron 35-36-71 ]
Jerry Heard 36-35-71 j
LeeyTrevino 33-38-71
Larry Ziegler 34-37-71 f
Mac McLendon 37-34-71 f

By BRIAN DEMING Orioles
Special To The Daily eighth.
Again
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers the Or
1975 season got off to an in- ninth a
auspicious start here yesterday
as Detroit was blasted by the THE+
Baltimore Orioles, 10-0. get a
For the Orioles, it was a day glance
of sunshine in spite of the 42- Tigers.
degree weather as the Birds Tigers
banged out 13 hits while pitcher whenf
Jim Palmer stopped the Tigers bert hi
with a three-hitter. TheI
Mayor Coleman Young threw rally g
out the first ball, and for De- pop-up
troit, that was the high point of Orioles
the contest. Baltimore scored field, i
three in the first on a three- between
run home run by Lee May in was for
his first at bat in the American As th
League. more a
audienc
THE O'S SCORED again in an abun
the fourth when left fielder Don debrisv
Baylor followed Bobby Grich's field a
do'ible with a single. out in t
Baylor and Brooks Robinson Those
knocked in one run apiece in to the
the sixth making the score 6-0 rare ch
and sending starter Joe Coleman maining
to the showers. single 1
Right-hand reliever Dave Le- the six
manczyk shut off the Oriole on- single
slaught in the seventh, but the James.

scored two more in the
nst Ray Bare in the ninth
ioles pushed across their
nd tenth runs.
CROWD of 40,139 did not
very impressive first
at the new and young
Palmer sent down the
in order until the fifth
first-baseman Nate Col-
t a lead-off single.
Detroiters nearly got a
going as Bill Freehan's
dropped between three
in shallow left-center
but Colbert had held in
n first and second, and
rced out.
he Tigers doom seemed
nd more inevitable the
ce found other pasttimes;
rdance of beer cans and
were tossed out onto the
rnd several fights broke
he stands.
who did pay attention
game, however, got the
hance of seeing the re-
g Tiger hits-a one out
by Aurelio Rodriguez in
th . and a eighth inning
by right-fielder Art

AP Photo
LEE ELDER, the first black ever in the Masters, finishes
his historic first swing. Elder carded a creditable 74, seven
shots back of leader Bobby Nichols. (See story in Sports of
the Daily, Page 9).

CHICAGO OVERTIMES BOSTON, 4-3
Rangrs punch out Islanders

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Fighting erupted late in the
first period and by the time
the game had ended the teams
had set a National Hockey
League playoff record for pen-
alties assessed in a single
game.
Jean Ratelle gave the Rang-
ers a 1-0 lead at 3:29 of the first
p e r i o d and then Fairbairn
scored on a power-play at 6:10.i
He added a short-handed goal at
7:01, b r e a k i ng behind thel
Islander defense and faking pastI
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Boldirev leads
CHICAGO - Ivan Boldirev's
goal at 7:33 in overtime gave
the Chicago Black Hawks a 4-3
victory last night over the Bos-
ton Bruins in the first round of
the National Hockey League's
Stanley Cup playoffs.
The victory e n a b le d the
Hawks to tie the best-of-three
series at one game each. The
two teams will meet in the ff
nale tonight at Boston.
The goal was Boldirev's sec-
ond of the game and offset a
brilliant performance by Bos-
ton's Bobby Orr.
Boston scored its first goal at
4:35 of the second period. Orr
shot from the point and goslie
Tony Esposito appeared to have
the shot stopped. However, the
puck trickled off his glove and1
Don Marcotte shoved it into the
net.
The Bruins tied it on a power-
play goal by Ken Hodge at 13:22
of the second period when
Hodge deflected an Orr .hot
into the net.
* * *
Penguins top Blues
ST. LOUIS -- Colin Campbell
beat netminder Eddie Johnston
with a shorthanded goal early
in the final period, lifting the
Pittsburgh Penquins to a 5-3
victory over the St. Louis Blues
last night and into the second
round of the National Hockey
League Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Penguins, who added
an insurance goal in the fin-
al four minutes on veteran
Vic Hadfield's deflected shot,
swept the first two games
to capture the best-of-three+

series from the Blues.
Pittsburgh's Gary Inness had
just turned back the Blues'
Wayne Merrick at the Penguin
goalmouth when Bob McMan-
ama scooped up a loose puck
at center ice.
McManama fed Campbell at
full speed at the St. Louis blue-
line on a breakaway and the
Pittsburgh defenseman scored
against Johnston with 15:23 re-
maining.
Toronto wins
TORONTO-Blaine Stoughton
rapped in a goal at 10:19 of the
overtime period to give Toronto
a 3-2 victory over the Los An-
geles Kings, keeping the Leafs
alive in the National Hockey
League playoffs.
The Toronto victory. knotted
the best-of-three playoff series
at one game apiece with the
decisive game set for tonight
in Los Angeles.

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NHL PLAYOFFS
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Chicago 4, Boston 3 (OT)
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 3
Toronto 3, Los Angeles 2
ABA PLAYOFFS
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Indiana 113, San Antonio 103 (OT)
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Oakland 9, Chicago (A) 0
Texas 5, Minnesota 4
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St. Louis 7, Montreal 2
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