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Thursday, November 8, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thurday Noembr 8,197 TH MIHIGA DALY ageNin

esperate
From Wire Service Reports
Alex Delvecchio, 41 - year - old
captain of the Detroit Red Wings, T h s e
was named new coach of the
National Hockey League team
last night, replacing Ted Garvin. TODAY
The Wings, in a hastily called FIELD HOCKEY-Wayne State Uni
news conference following the FRIDAY
team's 4-1 loss to Philadelphia, RESERVE FOOTBALL-MSU, at M
said "After a discussion of the HOCKEY-Minnesota, at Minneapoli
team's problems with Ted Gar- SATURDA
vin it has been mutuallydagreed CROSS-COUNTRY-NCAA Region I
that Garvin should step down as FOOTBALL-Illinois, at Michigan Stf
coach immediately after tonight's FAKTBALL-Intrs, at Cist
game.BASKETBALL-Intrasquad, at Crisl
"Subsequently, veteran A 1 e x HOCKEY-Minnesota, at Minneapoli
Delvecchio has been asked to--
assume coaching duties and has from the International Hockey go
consented." League. He coached at Port Hu- in1
Club President Bruce A. Norris ron where he was known for his ing
said that because of the rapid fiery temper and frequent spats to
turn of events he hasn't been with officials. Wi
able to work out the details of Garvin is a hard-nosed guy who in1
the appointment but he said he has always demanded 100 per C
has asked Garvin to remain in cent from his players. tin
1 the organization. Tensions had been mounting pl
Garvin, in his first year at 'he in the Wing's organization right wa
Red Wing helm, came to Detroit from the beginning as Detroit Di

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Sports ofThe Daly
VR's host Spartans
The Michigan VarsityaReserve football team closes its home
season tomorrow with a game against the Michigan State
Spartans in Michigan Stadium. Game time is 11 a.m. The game,
originally scheduled in East Lansing, was switched to Ann Arbor
when Moo U could not make the October 27 date.
The VR's have not played a game since October 1, and
coach Dennis Brown fears that his team might be a little
rusty as a result. "But that won't hurt us too bad," volun-
teered Brown.
For those of you who don't have classes at that time, the
game would be a good opportunity to see such future Michigan
stars as tailback Rob Lytle, wingback Jim Bolden, split end
Rick White, and defensive back Bill Henneveld.
-JOHN KAHLER
* * *
Palmer tops in AL
Jim' Palmer, the right-handed ace of the Baltimore Orioles,
was named the American League's 1973 Cy Young Award winner
yesterday.
Palmer garnered 14 first-place votes and six for second for
a total of 88 points. Points were awarded on the basis of five
for a first-place vote, three for a second and one for a third.
The Baltimore ace posted a 22-9 won-lost record last
season along with a league-leading 2.40 earned run average.
"I've had good seasons, but somebody else always seemed to
be more sensational," mused Palmer, whose smooth good looks
once earned him a hair cream commercial.
"The hair cream commercial was a few years ago," he
recalled parenthetically. "That's when the wet head was in."
Finishing 26 points behind in second place was California
fireballer Nolan Ryan. Ryan set an all-time major league strike-
out record this past season with 383 and hurled two no-hitters.
Jim "Catfish" Hunter, a member of the world champion
Oakland A's, was mentioned on more ballots than any other
player but still managed only a third place finish.
The Tiger's John Hiller, who saved a record 38 games and
won 10 more, was the only relief pitcher to receive votes while
finishing a distant fourth.
* * *
New tourney announced
Runners-up from eight major college conferences will vie in
St. Louis in March for a Collegiate Commissioners Association
basketball title.
The event, announced at a news conference by CCA tourna-
ment committee chairman Charles "Chuck" Neinas of the Big
Eight Conference, will be held between March 13 and 18.
The CCA is composed of the Big Eight, Big Ten, Mid-
American, Missouri Valley, Pacific 8, Southeastern, Southern,
Southwest, Western Athletic, Eastern College Athletic and
Atlantic Coast conferences.
The CCA test will conflict with the prestigious National
Invitation Tournament, held annually in New York's Madison
Square Garden.
In New York a Garden spokesman said "we still expect to
run a successful tournament" and noted "there are still a lot
of good teams to draw from."

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versity, at Detroit
ichigan Stadium, 11 a.m.
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adium, 1:30 p.m.
er Arena, 10 a.m.
is
t off to one of its worst starts
history. At the time of his fir-
g, Garvin had a 2-9-1 record
show for his efforts, and the
Ings were mired in last place
the NHL's Eastern Division.
Garvin was having trouble get-
g along with several of his
ayers, but his biggest problem
as 22-year-old star M a r c e 1
onne. Garvin accused Dionne
not hustling and didn't even
ess him for one game.
Dionne then asked to be trad-
, bringing the conflict to a
ad. He said he couldn't play
der existing conditions, and
at it would be better for both
e team and himself if a deal
)uld be made.
A hint of the major shakeup
come was the surprising trade
defensemen that sent Gary
rgman to the Minnesota North
ars in exchange for Ted Har-
sBoth are seasoned veterans,
tough Harris, 37, is three
ars older.
ritramnurals;
vrappIng Up
all sportsr;
By RICH LERNER
's season shifting time in intra- f
iral sports this week. The fall
rts are winding up their pro-
m and the indoor sports are
t getting underway. Touch foot-
1 play-offs began Monday with
fraternity and 10 graduate teams
addition to the residence hall
ads seeing action. Each team
yed three regular season games
qualify them for their designated
rnament.
November 15 will be champion-
ip night, the IM version of the
hio State-Michigan game, and
e day all the teams are pointing
occer one of the fastest growing
ra-mural sports finishes its regu-
season this Sunday. In Soccer
ery team plays all of the other
ms in its eight team division.

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LAPOINTE LEADS HABS

Bucks
By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Kareem Abdul-'
Jabbar scored 14 of his 22 points in
the first quarter last night, pro-
pelling the Milwaukee Bucks past
the Los Angeles Lakers 109-92 for
their 10th consecutive National
Basketball Association victory.
The Lakers, playing with star
guard Jerry West sidelined with
pulled abdominal muscles, nev-
er led after the first minute and
fell behind 59-42 at half-time.
The Bucks had it easy there-
after as the Lakers' Elmore Smith,
the NBA's leading shotblocker and

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NIGHT EDITORS:
MARCIA MERKER
MIKE LISULL
Montred mashes
TORONTO - Defenseman Gu
Lapointe scored one goal and as
sisted on two others, leading th
Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 NE
tional Hockey League victory ove
the Toronto Maple Leafs last nigh
Henri RichardhYvanrCournt
yer and Steve Shutt scored th
other Montreal goals as the Cz
nadiens moved into first place i
the NHL's East Division.

Lakers,
last night, helping the New York
Rangers beat the Boston Bruins
7-3 and end a seven-game National
Hockey League winless streak.
Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr
tallied the Boston goals, with Es-
posito collecting his 17th and 18th
of the young season.
In the third period, Rangers'
goalie Ed Giacomin was forced to
leave the game after suffering a
head injury in a goal mouth col-
lision with Boston defenseman Al
y Sims. He was replaced by Gilles
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vision 'A' tournament.
The pre-holiday basketball tour-
nament.has begun with 72 teams
involved. Each team plays a
minimum of three games, two to
decide divisions and at least one
in the elimination rounds. The
tourney champion will not be de-
cided for another two to three
weeks.
Bowling and swimming are also
just beginning action. This past
Sunday was the qualifying round in
the fraternity bowling and official
results are not yet available.
All in all it's that hectic time of
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The beaten old man stopped me on the diag and asked for some
spare change. I obliged him, and stayed to hear his life story.
"I was once a famous man," he said. "I had a job that was
secure and respected. I was a winner back then, though you wouldn't
know it now.
"But then the media turned against me. 'I was too brutal,' they
said, 'too dull for the public's taste.' My boss listened to those news-
paper editors. So here I am, with my only purpose in life being to get
my Gridde Picks in by midnight Friday."
As he walked away, his faded blue "M" cap on his head, he
hummed a little tune,
Oh h h h mother, can this really be the end?
To be stuck inside Ann Arbor with the football blues again?

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