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Tuesday, April 15, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Captain John Hav-
licek, beginning the playoffs for
the 11th year in his career,
scored 30 points as the Boston{
Celtics opened defense of their
National Basketball Association.
championship last night with a
123-106 rout of the Houston
Rockets.3
The Celtics, idle for eight.
days since the end of the regu-
lar season, came alive after a,
sluggish start and went in front!
to stay on three consecutive
Dodgers rj
Oak land
LOS ANGELES - Ron Cey
and Jimmy Wynn slammed long;
home runs and Mike Marshall
turned in a solid relief perform-
ance to lead the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 5-2 victory over
the Cincinnati Reds last night.
The Dodgers roughed up
starter Jack Billingham in
the third inning, scoring two
runs on doubles by Rick Auer-
bach, Dave Lopes and Bill
Buckner.
In the fifth inning Cey hit a

baskets by Havlicek midway k;.......::...::":.s.. ..
through the opening period.
Boston, heavily favored over
the upstart Rockets in the
best-of-seven Eastern Division
semi-final series, led 63-52 at I t
the half and then ran Houston NIGHT EDITORS >
off the court in the final two NIGHAESITOR :
periods. AL HRAPSKY
Havlicek, who has played on RICH LERNER
e ig h t N B A c h a m p io n sh ip te a m s H e: w a s c o nt e nt t o s et u p p: . y s:
since joining Boston in 1961, He was content to set up plays
scored 10 points in the first off Boston's fast break and went
period and eight in the second. scoreless in the third period be-
-rd deg int secn._ fore finishing with 12 points in
the fourth period. He added
nine assists and five rebounds.
)O R eds; Jo Jo White had 24 points for
the Celtics who will try to
make it two in a row over
Houston on the same court Wed-
o e .o. nesday night. Dave Cowens had
17 points and dominated the
boards for Boston while Don
A Nelson and Paul Westphal con-
tributed 14 points apiece and
KANSAS CITY - Ken Holtz- Don Chaney had 12.
man pitched a six-hitter with The Rockets, who eliminated;
the New York Knicks in the
last-out help from Rollie Fing-opening round of the playoffs to

earn a shot at Boston, werc led
by Rudy Tomjanovich with 30
points. Calvin Murphy had 19.
* * *
Gervin guns
SAN ANTONIO'- Determined
George Gervin and James Silas
paced San Antonio to a 123-117
victory over the Indiana Pacers
last night and the Spurs clung
tenuously to their American
Basketball Association playoff
hopes.
Indiana leads the best-of-sev-
en, first-round series 3-2 after
winning the first three games.
Gervin, starting at guard for
the second time this year,
scored 42 points and Silas, the
other guard, was close behind
with 39.
Indiana's George McGinnis,
who scored 40 points and has
been San Antonio's nemesis
throughout the West Division
playoff series, started the scor-
ing just 12 seconds into the
game with a 20-foot jump shot.
He came back less than 30 sec-
onds later with a 25-foot three-

point goal to give the Pacers a
three-point lead, the largest of
the game.
Silas, with less than four min-
utes gone, slammed a driving
layup through the net to put the
Spurs ;ahead to stay 12-1L.
It was a rough opening as
San Antonio and Indiana came
out jabbing and punching. The
Spurs' Rich Jones was tossed
out of the game at 7:39 in the
first period, charged with
punching Pacer Kevin Joyce.
, SCORE1
NBA PLAYOFFS
Boston 123, Houston 106;
Boston leads series 1-0
ABA PLAYOFFS
San Antonio 123, Indiana 117;
Indiana leads series 3-2
Denver 115, Utah 113;
Denver wins series 4.2
BASEBALL
Philadelphia 4, New York 3
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 2
San Diego 3, San Francisco 1
WOMEN'S TENNIS
Michigan 5, Kalamazoo 4

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ers and Ted Kubiak drove in
two runs with a double and a
single as the Oakland A's edged
the Kansas City Royals 3-2 last
night.
Gene Tenace drew a walk

e the job done'

AP Photo
BOSTON'S. Dave Cowens (18) and Houston's R udy Tomjanovich, battle for a loose ball in their
NBA playoff game. Tomjanovich, a former M ichigan star, led the Rockets with 30 points.
John Havlicek had 30 points for the Celtics an d Cowens had 17. Boston leads the best of seven
series 1-0.

solo homer and one inning from Paul Splittorff with two
later Wynn unloaded his shot
to make it 4-0. Wynn also doub- out i the second inning and
led for a run in the seventh. scored on a double by Kubiak.

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CLEVELAND-Former Michigan football star Billy Taylor
pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to a charge of armed bank
robbery, the U.S. Attorney's office reported. Taylor, 26, of
Flint, Mich., was accused of the robbery Jan. 26 of the Centran
Bank in Barberton, his former hometown.
Taylor and Alex Rogers, 27, of Detroit, were arrested
in the bank by police who had been summoned by a silent
alarm. Rogers pleaded guilty in the case Friday.
Sentencing of both was postponed pending a probation de-!
partment investigation and report.
Taylor led the Wolverines to two Rose Bowls. In 1971 he
was named the team's most valuable player.
He tried out with professional teams in Atlanta, St. Louis
and Canada but failed. Last summer, he played with MemphisI
in the World Football League but was released after being:
injured.
-AP

By ANDY GLAZER Michigan coach Brian Eisner. ed tremendously."
"We've had to play indoors due THE WOLVERINES next foe,
It had to happen sometime. to the weather up here, and, the Hurons have also improved.
Followers of the Michigan the switch from a composition "They lost most of the matches
tennis team wondered if the surface to Illinois' slow concrete on their southern tour but they
mighty Michiganders could go is pretty big." had the same problem we've
through an entire Big Ten reg- The weather has become an had - switching surfaces," said
ular season without losing a increasing concern to Eisner, Eisner.
match. A 9-0 season opening win whose team must face EMU, Eisner's squad will be in ac-
over Purdue kept hopes up. Northwestern and Wisconsin at tion tomorrow at 1 p.m. when
LAST SUNDAY, though, the home this week. EMU visits the varsity courts.
fighting Illini managed one win "You like to get to play out- Friday, Northwestern will be in
Ha 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 effort by Webb side, because that's where your at the same time, and Saturday
Hayne over Captain Jerry Kar- matches are," said Eisner, "but at 2:30 second-place contender
zen at third singles. Last year I don't want to risk someone Wisconsin will be the guest.
Hayne was the Big Ten champ getting hurt, or someone getting Rack it u t
at fourth singles, the only non- a cold or sore throat, just to get F r t p.
Wolverine to win a league that outdoor practice in. " First Singles (-Eric Friedle (M)
crown. df ei es 1,36 -,61
rOwn fEISNER can afford to play Second Singles - Fred DeJesus
One factor that might have it safe with his players, as no (M) def. Glenn Hummel (1), 7-6,
made a difference in Karzen's other Big T teams seems cap- T7-i
match was the absence of Vic Third Singles - Webb Hayne (1)
Amaya, Michigan's nationally able yet of defeating Michigan. def. Jerry Karzen (M), 7-5, 4-6, 7-6.
Aayaed icigan'stationallyBut the differences between the Fourth singles - Jeff Miller (M)
ranked first sigles star. Amaya Blue and the rest of the field def. Bruce Franks (I), 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.
has a strained lower back, but is shrinking. Fifth Singles - Buddy Gallagher
will be back in action tomorrow "To show you how much the (6) def. Charles Meurise (I), 6-1,
against Eastern Michigan. rest of the Big Ten is improv-1 Sixth Singles - Jim Holman (MI)
Amaya's presence would have ing," said Eisner, "Purdue may def Rick Shapiro ()), 6-3, 6-2.
allowed Karzen to play fourth finish last with the best team First Doubles - Friedler, Karzen
singles, his normal position. (M) def. Kelso, Hummel (I), 7-5, 6-4.
postio. ithey've had since I've been Second Doubles -- DeJesus, Mil-
"WE PLAYED alright, con- coaching.hThere are just so ler (M) def. Hayne, Meurise (1), 6-4,
sidering the changeover," said many more good tennis players -o- D
coming out of the Midwest now, ThirdD lesGallagher,
comig teo teidwst now, Holland (M) de,. Franks, Wayne
177 Ti<7w that Big Ten tennis has improv-i Morrison (1), 6-3, 6-1.

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LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Some college basketball coaches may
have a hard time signing prep All-American sensation Elmer'
Shotwell, a 6-foot guard who reportedly averaged 27 points and
12.8 rebounds a game last season for Gladden Corner High'
School.
Shotwell, reportedly a choice for All-Wea Creek Con-
ference and Class C All-State, just doesn't exist-although he
is listed among this year's prep All-Americans.
Shotwell is the creation of Wainwright, Ind., High School
basketball Coach Phil Miller, who says he wanted to emphasize
that anyone-even no one-can become a prep "All-American."}
Miller sent in the fictional Shotwell's statistics to a Massa-
chusetts firm which solicits players who are All-American caliber
and sends out certificates to them. The "All-American" also l
receives an order blank for a $18.95 book the firm sells, listing
the players.
The firm's officers could not be reached for comment.
Miller said the firm promised to carefully screen all appli-
cants and implied that the book would be sent to all college
recruiters.
"I guess I could have nominated Charley Fastbreak with
the same results," Miller said.
Shotwell's certificate, sent to Miller, reads, "High School
All-American. This certificate is awarded to Elmer Shotwe]l
in recognition of outstanding ability in basketball, sportsmanship
and extracurricular activities."
Miller said he got suspicious of the offer when it suggested
he nominate up to four of his team as potential All-Americans.
"Nobody has four All-Americans," he said.
Miller said not only is Shotwell a fabrication, there is no
"Class C" competition in Indiana, and no "Wea Creek Confer-
ence." There was a Gladden Corner' High School "about 601
years ago," Miller said.
-AP
Hockey captains nam ed
The Michigan hockey team has announced its captains for
the 1975-76 season. Three captains have been selected rather
than one: Tom Lindskog from Red Deer, Alberta; Angelo Mo-
retto from Toronto, Ontario; and Greg Fox from Kelowna, B.C.
Kupec joins upper crust
Michigan co-captain C. J. Kupec will start at center for the
East team today in the annual Pizza Hut classic in Las Vegas,
Nevada. Also starting for the East are Monte Towe and David
Thompson of North Carolina State, Steve Green of Indiana and
Mel Utley of St. John's.

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TUESDAY
BASEBALL: Bowling Green at
Michigan, 2 games, 2:00 at Fisher1
Stadium.
WOMEN'S TENNIS: Hillsdale at j
Michigan, 3:00.
WEDNESDAY
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:
Montreal Expos at Pittsburgh
Pirates, 6:30 on channel 9.
LACROSSE:Notre Dame at Mich-
igan, 8:00
FRIDAY
NBA PLAYOFFS: Teams to ber
announced, 8:00 on channel 2.
BASEBALL: Iowa at Michigan,. 2'
games, 2:00, Fisher Stadium.
TRACK: Ohio State Relays at Co-I
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GOLF: Kepler Invitational atI
Columbus, Ohio
MEN'S TENNIS: Northwestern at1
Michigan, 1:00.
SATURDAY
FOOTBALL: Annual Blue-White
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TRACK: Ohio State Relays, Co-A
lumbus Ohio.
BASEBALL: Minnesota at Michi-1
gan, 2 games, 1:00, Fisher stadium.
GOLF: Kepler Invitational at Co-
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LACROSSE: Bowling Green at
Michigan, 2:00.
NBA PLAYOFFS: Teams to be an-
nounced, 12:00 and 2:30 on channel
2.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:
New York Yankees at Detroit, 2:15
on channel 4.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL::
Game of the Week, 2:00 on channel
10.j
MEN'S TENNIS: Wisconsin at
Michigan, 2:30.
SUNDAYr
LACROSSE: Michigan at Ashland,
GOLF: Kepler Invitational at Co-
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