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Friday, April 18, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

PARENT BLANKS LEAFS:

Hawks

stab

Sabres

By The Associated Press Martin, but 20 seconds later
CHICAGO - Stan Mikita's re- Ivan Boldirev's power goal re-
bound goal at 2:31 of overtime gained the lead for Chicago.

The victory gave the Flyers, puck, broke in on McRae and
defending Stanley Cup cham- beat the goalie from 25 feet.
pions, a 3-0 lead in the best-of-

seven quarter - final series.

last night gave the Chicago Ag
Black Hawks a 5-4 victory over powe
the Buffalo Sabres in their quar- score
ter - final Stanley Cup playoff necti
series. and
Despite the loss, the Sabres 111:57
still hold a 2-1 edge in the best- Cl
of seven series. Game No. 4 whe
will be played in Chicago Sta- sher
dium Sunday night. score
from
Jim Schoenfeld's unassisted Haw
power goal at 8:23 of the third the f
period enabled the Sabres to tie h
the game at 4-4 and force the T
sudden death overtime. Dick edr
Redmond set up the winning ser
goal when his shot from 30 feet peri
1Cliff
was stopped by goalie Gerry 1 -
Desjardins. But Mikita was in Miki
position land slapped t h e slot.
rebound home for the victorv.

ain the Sabres tied it on a Game four is scheduled here
er goal as Gil Perreault tomorrow night.
ed with his "French Con-
ion" linemates of Martin Parent turned away 31 To-
Rene Robert assisting at ronto shots, 13 of them in the
7. middle period, as he recorded
his second straight shutout. The
HICAGO regained the lead, Flyers beat the Leafs 3-0 Tues-
n defenseman Redmond day night in Philadelphia with
ed at 14:43 with a shot Parent facing only 13 shots.
n the nnint to wive the

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ks a 3-2 lead at the end of
first period.
e Sabres once again climb-
into a tie when Don Luce
end at 8:37 of the second
od, but seven minutes later
Koroll put the Hawks ahead
vhen he took a pass from
ta and scored from the

TORONTO had more oppor-
tunities last evening as Phila-
delphia was tagged with 10 mi-
nor penalties, but strong fore-E
checking and Parent's tough
netminding kept the Leafs off
the scoreboard.
Dornhoefer got the only goalsI
Parent needed at 3:08 of thej
first period when he beat To-
ronto goalie Gord McRae with
a hard drive from the faceoff
circle. The shot slipped through
McRae's legs.
MacLeish, who set up Dorn-
hoefer's goal, got his fourth of
the series, an unassisted score,
at 1:59 of the second period. He
outraced two defenders for the

THE Flyers took 27 shots at
McRae in the game played be-
fore 16,485 fans and a fifth
game, if necessary, will be
played Tuesday night in Phila-
delphia.
Penguins walk
UNIONDALE, N.Y.-
Bob Kelly scored two goals
and Vic Hadfield and Syl Apps
added third - period scores to
lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to*
a 6-4 victory over the New
York Islanders and assumed a
3-0 lead in their National Hoc-
key League Stanley Cup playoff
series.
THE Penguins can sweep
their best-of-seven quarter-final
series Sunday when the teams
meet again at the Islanders'
Nassau Coliseum for a nation-
ally televised game.
The Penguins took a 3-0 lead
over the Islanders last evening
for the third time in this series.
t-racksters0

ROOKIE Grant Mulvey open- Parent superb

ed the scoring and put Chicago
ahead at 1:26 of the first periodI
when he took a pass from John
Marks and shot point - blank
from in front of the goalmouth.{
Buffalo tied it at 5:00 mark1
on a power goal by Richard I

TORONTO - Gary'
Dornhoefer and Rick MacLeish
scored goals and Bernie Parent!
stretched his shutout streak to1
seven periods against Toronto7
as the Philadelphia Flyers beat
the Maple Leafs 2-0.

AP Photo

Harvey signs

to1

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In English or in French it all means the same, "He shoots he to score!" The'Chicago Black
Hawks Grant Mulvey seems ecstatic that the announcers are talking about him as he scored
in the first period of the Black Hawks 5-4 overtime thriller win over Buffalo. Buffalo goalie
Gary Desjardins, a former Michigan Stag, wishes he never heard the phrase, as the puck
lies behind him in the net. Buffalo still leads the best-of-seven NHL quarterfinal series for the
Stanley Cup 2-1, despite the loss. C'est la vie!

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By TOM DURANCEAU fits from Elliott for his Big Ten finisl
Mansfield! champions. In that fall sport, Chisi
Mention that name to any Elliott finished second in the maki
Midwestern High School track Michigan State Class A cross high
competitor and it conjures up country meet last season. S
images of the finest competi- In addition, Michigan has for
tion ;possible in schoolboy track signed distance runner Jack star
and field. Sinclair of Grosse Ile. Sin- troi
Coaches also know how pres- clair won the Class B state recr
tigeous the Mansfield, Ohio Re- cross country title twice and ball
lays are, especially college hasn't been beaten in any for
coaches looking to recruit talent. cross country meet in the last ter
Michigan's head track coach two years. Sinclair ran a 4:16
Jack Harvey has had some suc- mile during the track season
cess in his recruiting, including and a 9:16 two mile. The prep
some who did well at Mansfield. star from the Down River
Although the high school area claims a 3.6 grade point
track season is not over yet, average.
Michigan has tendered some Harvey grabbed a fine hur-
outstanding athletes and Har- dler in Arnett Chisholm of Tay-
vey is working on others. for Center. Chisholm may be
Harvey's prize catch is dis- one of the finest hurdlers in
tance runner Steve Elliott of Michigan'shistory as he match-
Pontiac Central. Elliott holds ed one-time great, Pontiac Cen-
the best time of any high school tral star, Bill Tipton's time in'will1
runner in the country in the the 70 yard high hurdles with sey
half mile, a fine 1:54. He also a 8.4 clocking. Chisholm is a meet
owns the second best time in fine long jumper, too, an event in t
the nation in the mile with a the Wolverines haven't had West
4:13 clocking. Elliott has the great success with in recent offs,
potential to be successful in the gears. Chisholm possesses thetl
classroom as he holds a 3.2 state's best effort this season! P
grade point average. with a leap of 22.3.Phit
Cross-country coach Ron War- All these tendered athletes ' He
hurst also hopes to reap bene- competed at Mansfield. Elliott night
away
Blue batsmen battle
Hawk, Gopher mlesP
By RICK BONINO Ch
-leads
rHE MICHIGAN baseball squad puts its perfect Big Ten record Phi
on the line this weekend when the Wolverines face Iowa and ' delph
Minnesota in home do'bleheaders. T10
"Minnesota and Iowa have either been co-champions or out- wins
right champions of the Big Ten ever sinice I've been here," said Qu
senior captain Craig Forhan. The Hawkeyes and the Gophers best-
tied for the conference crown last year. Los A
"It's important that we at least split," Forhan said "But if New.
we go 3-1, or 4-0, we'd have a good shot at the Big Ten title. Atlan
We'd be in the driver's seat." Chica
Coach Moby Benedict plans to start Chuck Rogers and M
Forhan against Iowa Friday and come back with Lary Soren- Texas
son and' a yet undetermined hurler in Saturday's Minnesota Calif
twinbill.
The Wolverines jumped off to a 4-0 Big Ten start with double- ,
header road sweeps over Illinois and Purdue. Benedict sent out
freshman pitchers Bill Stennett and Craig McGinnis against
Bowling Green Tuesday to rest his regular starters for the
crucial weekend series.
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hed second in the mile and
holm looked sharp while
ing the semi-finals in the
hurdles.
till waiting in the wings
the track team is sprint
Harlan Huckleby of De-
t Cass Tech. Huckleby was
ruited by Michigan foot-
coach Bo Schembechler
the grid wars but in win-
and spring, Huckleby

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should be able to compete in his recruits. -We need a good
: track, "if still in one piece," miler, but we are right in the
according to Harvey. Huckle- middle of our recruiting with
by performed well at Mans- the high school track season
field, turning in a 9.6 100-yard still going, and this is the time
dash and finished second to of the year when your recruit-
Flint Powers' star Dwayne ing pays off or fells apart,"
Stozier. Huckleby also ran
strongly in the 220 grabbing Harvey said. "I think we've got
a third. good kids and we should do well
"We're really happy we got with who we have. We are still
Elliott," commented Harvey on out looking however," he added.

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By The Associated Press
e Kings' Tiny Archibald
be wearing a tearaway jer-
when Kansas City-Omaha
ts the Chicago Bulls tonight
he fourth game of their
tern Conference NBA play-j
Ne've got to try to get Tiny
he basket," Kings Coach
Johnson said yesterday.
wasn't getting there last
t Chicago. So the tear-
C jersey. . .s
RCHIBALD, who had 12 as-

LACEY ANGRY
changes

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shirt

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sists in the Kings' 102-95 tri- shooters they have. They scare'
umph in th- second game in me. You double-team Tiny and
Kansas City last Sunday, didn't he'll kill you."
get one in the Wednesday night Sam Lacey, the Kings' giant
93-90 loss and the Bulls outre- center, came out of Wednesday
bounded the Kings 58-44. night's defeat angry over the,
NORM VAN LIER has the as- way he was manhandled by'
signment of guarding Archibald. Bulls' center Tom Boerwinkle.
Van Lier held Archibald to 12 "If I played Boerwinkle the
points in the first game of the way he played me," said Lacey,
series. "I wouldn't last a quarter. I got
"Archibald's 12 assists beat beat physically all night. Every-y
us in the second game," Van thing . , . and no fouls called.
Lier said. "We don't have the Nothing."

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NHL PLAYOFFS
Asburgh 6, New York IslandersI
ttsburgh leads best-of-7 series
dcago 5, Buffalo 4, OT, Buffalo
best-of-7 series 2-1
Iladelphia 2, Toronto 0, Phila-
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