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C Wednesday, 06tober 31, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wage Nine

'SEVEN STRAIGHT
WingS
By The Associated Pres.i
TORONTO - The Toronto Maple
Leafs backed goalie Ed Johnston's
first shutout of the season with
five second-period goals on their
way to a 7-0 victory over the De-
troit Red Wings last night.
After a scoreless first period,
rookie Ian Turnbull scored the first
goal of his National Hockey League'
career with only 14 seconds gone
in the second period. Forty seconds
later, veteran Ron Ellis got his
first goal of the season.
Ellis, who has been out with a
hip injury, upped the count to 3-0
at 5:54. Eddie Shack and Jim
McKenny contributed to the bar-
rage on rookie goalie Doug Grant
before the second period ended.
Darryl Sittler and Garry Mona-'
han scored third period goals to
raise the margin to 7-0 for the'
Maple Leafs, who moved into sec-
ond place in the NHL's Eastern.
Division.
Johnston, who came to Toronto
from Boston in the off-season,
kicked aside 26 Detroit shots.
* * *

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FOR BUCKS:;
SUPER ARBY'S
ONE]FRENCH FRY
flew lcere LARGE COKE
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one of two foul shots for Seattle, GOOD ONLY AT ARBY'S OFS
tying the score at 103-103 with 53 GLMD
BUFFALO - Randy Smith sank seconds left. Seattle lost the ball I ANN ARBOR . YPSILANTI
two free throws with one second when Dick Gibbs bounced a pass WASHTENAW AVE. WASHTENAW AVE.
to play, giving the Buffalo Braves through Spencer Haywood's legs '? mile west of Arborland Across from K-Mart near Golfside
a 105-103 victoryover the Seatleand Smith picked it up. -'m --m ----aOFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, 1973,w..nm minmmmam
Super-Sonics last night and a half- *____
game lead in the Atlantic Divisicn
of the National Basketball Associa- Pistol guns Suns
tion. ATLANTA - Pete Maravich UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Smith picked up a loose ball witsi scored 31 points last night and led
six seconds left and dribbled the the Atlanta Hawks to a 122-101
length of the floor in a race against triumph over the Phoenix Suns in
the clock. He was fouled by Dick NBA action. RING DA Y
Snyder on his shot u Lou Hudson added 20 points as
Minutes before, Smith had miss- : the Hawks tallied their fourth vic
ed three in a row from the foul tory in their last five games. OFFICIAL U OF M RING
line. But the second time he went Charlie Scott dumped in 21 points
to the line he made the first two, for Phoenix and Mike Bantom LARGE SELECT I ON
wrapping up the Braves fourth added 19.
straight victory-a club record. phoenix held an early lead but
Smith was one of three Braves a jumper by H ud s on midway Michigan Union Lobby
who scored 21 points. The others through the first period put Atlanta
were Bob McAdoo and Erroe D-'ahead. The Hawks surged to a 31-.1 &
Gregorio. 19 advantage at the end of the W ed.-Fri., Oct. 31, NOV.
Seattle trailed after the Braves quarter and widened it to 64-44 at Hours 11 -5
reeled off 14 points in a row in the the half.
first qu'arter, but the Sonics came Maravich got 20 of his points
back and held the lead six times in the first half.
in the last five minutes. The Sones The defeat was the sixth straight LAST CHANCE to Insure
were in front 102-99 with 1:26 left. for the Suns who have not won
McAdoo made a basket and two since defeating the Hawks Oct. 20 Delivery for Christmas
free throws while Snyder missed in Phoenix.
Gridde RING DAY SPECIAL
P gFree Signature in Gold
PERCY TRUMBULL was one of the sixty percent of all adult males
who spend five or more hours each day watching television. He
bought his meat at Farmer Jack's, his suits at Robert Hall, his Josten's Representative will assist you
glasses from the optical department at Sears, and his opinions from $12.00 deposit
Archie Bunker.
"Why don't you ever do something with yourself?" his wife Carol
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AP Photo

Seaver smiles about Cy
(:Y YOUNG TO SEAVER

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Met named

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Tom Seaver of the.
New York Mets became the first
non-20-game winner to capture the
Cy Young Award yesterday when
he was voted the outstanding Na-
tional League pitcher of 1973 by
the Baseball Writers Association of
America.
Seaver, who posted a 19-10
record in anchoring the National
L e a g u e champions' pitching
staff, received 10 first-place votes
and 71 points in beating out re-
liever Mike Marshall of Mon-
treal, who got nine first-place
ballots and 54 points.
Ron Bryant of San Francisco,
24-12 and the league's only 20-
game winner this past season, was
third with three first-place votes
and 50 points.
The other two first place votes
from a committee of two writers
from each of the league'swtwo
cities went to Cincinnati's Jack
Billingham, who got 30 points.#
He was followed by Don Sutton of
Los Angeles, Fred Norman of Cin-
cinnati and Dave Giusti of Pitts-
burgh.
No candidate was named on all
24 ballots. Seaver was picked on
21, Bryant on 18 and Marshall and
Billinghamnon 14 each.
"I really didn't think I'd win
it," said Seaver, who became
the fourth pitcher to win more
than one Cy Young Award. "It
really was a surprise because
so much importance is placedx
on 20 victories. But all the other
numbers were there and I am
N Ports of
Icers readyfo
Following an aggressive, h
Wolverine Hockey Coach Dan F
team's performance in the weeks
"We've come a long way in
"They were really moving and
practice is the way you play, a
The Wolverine mentor also
injuries of late, and that the lin
the season with are still intact.
figure as 12 of his freshmen ma
this weekend.

10
sport-4
NIGHT EDITORS:
THERESA SWEDO
MARCIA MERKER
glad the voters noticed the
The 28-year-old right-hand
also won the award in 191
the leaguetwith 251 strikeou
a 2.08 earned-run averag
pitched 290 innings, had V
plete games in 36 starts,
three shutouts and gave

posting a 16-13 mark and 2.76 ERA
with a last-place club.
He followed his rookie year with
seasons of 16-12, 25-7 when the
Mets won the World Series in
1969, 18-12, 20-10, 21-12 and 19-10'
this past season.
The others who have won, more
than one Cy Young Award were
Sandy Koufax of Los Angeles in
1963-65-66 and Bob Gibson of
St. Louis in 1968-70 in the Na-
em.' tional League and Denny Mc-
ler, who Lain of Detroit in 1968-69 in the
969, led American. McLain was a co-win-
s' an ner with Mike Cuellar of Balti-
ge. He more in 1969.
.8 com- The American League Cy Young
posted winner will be announced Nov. 7.
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Milwaukee rolls
KANSAS CITY - Lucius Allen
scored 26 points as the Milwaukee
Bucks posted their seventh straight
National , Basketball Association
victory, downing the Kansas City-
Omaha Kings 112-78 last night.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar added 22
points to the Bucks' cause before
leaving the game with 5:22 to;
play.
John Block hit 25 points and
rookie Ron Behagen tossed in 17,
but the Kings, still without injured
Nate Archibald and Sam Lacey,.
were overmatched.
The Bucks led 44-40 at the half

would scream every night. "Youre nothing out an oversexea vege-
table, you shiftless, doltish lout!"
"Aw-stifle yourself," came the weary, beery reply.

and broke the game open in the'
third period when they hit 17 of 24
from the field to move 18 points
ahead. Allen stole the ball three
times for easy layups. His 10j
points, coupled with eight by Bob
Dandridge, led the route that ex-
tended into the fourth period.
Milwaukee, the Midwest Divisionj
leaders, are now 9-1 for the sea-
son. Kansas City dropped to 4-6,
last in the division.

ONE OF THESE days, he knew, she would show him. She would
go out on her very own, enter the Gridde Pickings sponsored by the
Michigan Daily, get her entry in by midnight every Friday, and
sooner or later she'd win a free Mr. Pizza pizza and embarrass him
in front of the whole neighborhood.
Buy why should he worry about that now? It was time for the
Flintstones.

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1. Indiana at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
2. Ohio State at Illinois
3. Wisconsin at Michigan State

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Purdue at Iowa
Minnesota at Northwestern
Colorado at Nebraska
Oklahoma State at Kansas
Texas at Southern Methodist
Tulane at Kentucky
Penn State at Mary and
Louisville at Tutsa

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hits and 64 walks.
Seaver lost three 1-0 games, one ' T "
was beaten 2-1 and 3-2i ost F iel
Seaver said he was disappointed
with his performance in the clos-
League playoffs and failed to win
a World Series game.tBut hersad By FRED UPT
he felt for most of the year he ~B RDUT
pitched as well as he ever had. Officially, the Michigan hoc
Cy Young Award voting is based Friday against Waterloo at
solely on regular-season perform
ance bished Yost Field House. Mond
"Itewas broken not by varsity con
"It means an awful lot to me v two IM fiascoes.
because of the name that's on
it and it goes to one pitcher in The all-freshman Mosher-Jor
the league-and that's it." ers were iced away by the Su
Seaver broke in with the Mets Stinky Puckers really couldn't
in 1967 and was voted Na ional of a battle, getting only a to
League Rookie of the Year after on goaL
The Sun Devils have a gre
all the way and win their ci
dent division with such stars
nesto (a hat trick last nig
TheDaFletcher.
The cost for each team to
covering referees, ice time, g
and helmets for the players.
r opener There are four divisions in
containing five teams. Eachs
hard-hitting practice yesterday, games, one with each teami
arrell was optimistic about his division.
to come.
the last 10 days," said Farrell The playoffs are next in line
winner of each division willI
hitting out there. The way you b
nd this was a good practice.' the runner-up will play its co
noted that there had been no In the other action of Mo
les that he had planned to open I-Sirs checked off the Infarcts
In addition, possibly as high a.
ay see action in the two games ..
-ANDY GLAZER NHL Standings'

.d House ice broken;
oal pucksters face off

ON

key season starts
the newly refur-
iday night the ice
impetition, but by
dan Stinky Puck-
n Devils 9-1. The
put up any kind
tal of five shots
at chance to go
lass A indepen-
as Greg Man-
ght) and Owen
o enter was $85
goalie equipment,
IM hockey, each
squad plays four
in its respective
e. The first place
play each other,
unterparts, etc.
onday night, the
6-1. Like the Sun

Devils, the I-Sirs have a strong defense allowing
the Infarcts only three shots on goal.
The captain of the I-Sirs, Butch Bashaw, said,
"We were in their end all night as we carried
the play." John Wessels was the leading offen-
sive star scoring two goals.
Even though the I-Sirs have no varsity rejects
on their squad, they are the top-seeded team
from last year. Many of their players came
from two disbanded teams, one of which was
the Dirty Dozen. They look to the Sun Devils
as their main competition.
Other important IM news includes a post-
ponement of the deadline for entering the IM
pre-holiday basketball tournament. You've
missed the first deadline and the second and
final one is tomorrow.
The fee is $10 per team. But in order for the
IM basketball season to start, referees must be
found. If you are interested in being an official,
attend the meeting tonight, 7:30, at the wrestling
room, the IM building.
Despite many of the cutbacks at Michigan
this year, the IM department reverted from the
norm. Yes, sport fans, a feature was actually
added. The IM pool is open from 8-9 Monday-
Friday. So for all you early risers, go take that
early plunge.

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13. Rutgers at Coniecticut
14. North Carolina at Virginia
15. Duke at Georgia Tech
16. Army at-Air Vorce
17. New Mexicoat Brigham Young
18. Eastern Michigan at.Central
Michigan _,
19. Lock Haven at Slippery Rock
20. Edit Staff "Flunkies" at
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authors we have in stock:
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Plato
Aristotle
Isocrates
Catuilus, Tibullus &
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Euripides
Petronius & Seneca
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Sophocles
Terence
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I~f Suetonius
u Gorevidal
O *Horace
Tacitus 0
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Apulelus
Xenophon
Pindar
Heslod
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Plautus
Greek Anthology
Lon gus
Boethius
Juvenal & Persius
ttt~jjjMartialv
Homer
Thucydidies
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Saliust
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Hawkins heads west
The Phoenix 'Suns yesterday traded star forward Connie E
Hawkins to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for forward
Keith Erickson and a high 1974 National Basketball Association
draft choice.;
Hawkins was the American Basketball Association's MVP x
in its first year of existence. "The Hawk" later jumped to the
Suns after he won a court case allowing him to play in the NBA. F
He had been banned because of alleged point fixing scandals in p
college at Iowa.F
Weaver picked top manager
Patient Earl Weaver, who remodeled the Baltimore Orioles
from a slow, slugging teaminto a fast, opportunistic club that
recaptured the 1973 American League East Division pennant,
was chosen yesterday as AL Manager of the Year.
The stocky Weaver was a landslide winner in balloting
conducted by the Associated Press before the playoffs and
World Series. He earned 170 votes from sports writers and
broadcasters in outpolling Jack McKeon of the Kansas City
Royals, runnerup with 91 nominations.
:""- "- M- -PRESENT THIS COUPONAftw-" "M m
BEEF-N-CH EDDAR
FRENCH FRY

East Divisio

Boston
Buffalo
Montreal
T oronto
Vancouver
N.Y. Rangers
N.Y. Islanders
Detroit

rn
n L T Pts.
6 2 1 13
6 3 0 12
6 2 0 12!
5 3 2 121
4 3 0 8
3 4 1 7
1 4 6
2 7 1 5!

Thursday*Friday -Saturday
Nov 123
LOU
DONALDSON
COMING Nov 8-9-10
STANLEY TURRENTINE

Philadelphia
A~tlanta
Pittsburgh
Chicago
California
St. Louis
Minnesota

West Division
6 3
4 3
4 4
2 2
3 5s
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0 4

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4
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Yesterday's Results
'ti'aonto 7, Detroit 0
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2
New York Rangers at vancouver, inc.

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