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Friday, Morch'22, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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CONNECTICUT CRUMBLES

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National Paddleball .. .
... karate come to A2
By LESLIE RIESTER
ADDLEBALL COMPETITORS and spectators-have you al-
P ;ways had a secret desire to enter or watch a national tourna-
ment but used travel expenses as an excuse to cop out? If so, you
just ran out of excuses. Ann Arbor hosts the 1974 National
Paddleball Championships April 18 through 21 at the I.M.
Building.
. Entry forms for the master's, women's, open singles and
open doubles tournament can be obtained from the IM depart-
mnt. However, one must be a current member of the National
Paddleball Association. The annual dues of $3.00 may be paid at
the tournament. The entry fee is $7.50 per person per event.
This seems to be Ann Arbor's year for national tournaments.
On March 30, Michigan's Tae Kwon Do Club hosts the First
American Intercollegiate and Open Tae Kwon Do-Karate Cham-
pionships.
Karate competition begins at 10 a.m. in the IM Building on
March 30. Competition in forms and sparring will be held in five
main divisions: intercollegiate, open, high school, women's and
junior ages 12-15.
The IM Building's main gym will be closed for the karate
tournament and an admission charge of $1.00 will be collected.
Entrance fees are $5.00 for one event and $8.00 for both forms
and sparring. For further information, call Jackie Adler, 662-6831,
or write Hwa Chong, IM Building.
Rugby, Women's Golf organize
IN OTHER SPORTS club action, both the Michigan and Ann
Arbor Rugby Clubs have games this weekend. The Maize and
Blue meet Detroit at 1:30 p.m. Saturday on Palmer Field and
Ann Arbor holds its game Sunday, also 1:30 p.m. on Palmer.
Women golfers-a golf sports club is being formed, or rather
will be formed if enough women are interested. There is an
organizational meeting Monday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. in
Barbour Gym. For further information, call Marcia Katz, 665-5270.
Winners em erge in competition
INTRAMURAL ACTION is relatively light this week as com-
petition picks up slowly after spring break.
In the Fraternity division, Phi Delta Theta , and Evans
Scholars compete in the Class A table tennis finals. Alpha Epsilon
Pi captured the Class B title, Chi Psi took the Class C crown
and Delta Chi is the Class D champion.
Pisces defeated Poll Sci 43-29 to win the Class A Faculty
basketball championship. In the racquet sports, Henry Beam
challenges defending champion Al Slote for the Class A squash
title. Rod Grambeau and Dick Lampman downed Bill Brown and
Ron Pudduck 2-1 to claim the Class A paddleball doubles cham-
pionship.
Law Gold continued its domination of the Graduate division
by defeating the Squash Demons for the Class A squash cham-
pionship. Law-Orange defeated Phi Alpha Kappa for the Class
B title'. Law Gold claimed yet another title by defeating Alpha
Omega "A" in Class A table tennis play.
More events scheduled soon
ENTRIES FOR THE 'M' Gals team table tennis tourney are due
Wednesday, March 27. The tournament is held in the base-
ment of Waterman Gym starting at 9 am. on March 30.
) Mary Forrestal and Laurie Jamison play Reesa Gringorton
and Rita Gambos for the Class A badminton doubles champion-
ship. The women's tennis tournament is held April 11-13 on the
Palmer Field courts. Entries are due April 4 and should be
turned in to the Barbour Gym IM office.
General IM notes-The indoor relays and track meet is
cancelled. Billiards replaces rifle shooting on the list of IM
sports, and results of billiards matches count for team points.

Memphis

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From Wire Service Reports
NEW YORK-Underrated Utah
broke out quickly and kept up
the pace through most of the
game to score a 92-78 victory
over Memphis State last night
and gain the right to oppose
Boston College in the National
Invitational Tournament semi-
finals.
Mike Sojourner sparked the
Utes' early rush with 16 points
and 10 rebounds in the first half,

Seal signs
Paul Seal, Michigan's great
tight end for the past two years,
has signed what is described as
a "very nice package" with the
New Orleans Saints of the Na-
tional Football League, an in-
formed and reliable source told
The Daily yesterday.
but Tickey Burden wound up as
Utah's leading scorer, with 29
points, and Tyrone Medley added
26.
MIKE COOK paced Memphis
State with 23 points and Dexter
Reed contributed 22 to the un-
successful 'Tiger effort. It *was
the last game Memphis State
played for Gene Bartow, who has
signed to clean up in Illinois
after Harv Schmidt.
The Utes forged to a 47-37
halftime lead, but a Memphis
State comeback effort sent the

Tigers a h e a d, 62-61, midway
through the second half. Utah re-
acted immediately, and quickly
put the affair out of reach.
* * *
Boston strangles
Paul Berwanger canned the
decisive bucket with two seconds
left in the game as Boston Col-
lege stormed back last night
from a 17-point deficit to edge
Connecticut, 76-75, and reach the
semifinals of the National Invi-
tational Tournament.
Bob Carrington and Mark Ra-
terink p a c e d the victorious
Eagles with 25 points apiece,
while Tony Hanson canned 24
for the downcast Huskies.
Boston College fell in the hole
during2the first half, shooting a
mere 25 per cent from the field
and failing to tally a single field
goal during an eight minute
stretch. Carringtonaccounted for
four of the Huskies' eight hoops
during this stanza.
LEADING BY 17 points with
about 14 minutes to go in the
game, Connecticut began to slow
down the pace. Boston College
responded with a furious full-
court press to pressure its way
back into contention.
A basket by Will Morrison,
who contributed 10 points to the
Eagles' triumph, knotted the
score with three minutes to go,
and the squads battled on even
terms the rest of the way.
Two hoops by Jim Foster put
Connecticut on top 75-74 with just
nine seconds showing on the

NIT
scoreboard clock. Then Berwan-
ger took over, and the Huskies
tasted dirt.
INBA Standings;
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct. GB
Boston 53 24 .688-
New York 48 31 .608 6
Buffalo 41 37 .526 Ila,
Philadelphia 23 55 .295 30'
Central' Division
Capital 44 34 .564 -
Atlanta 33 45 .423 11
Houston 31 47 .397 13
Cleveland 28 52 .350 17.
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division
Milwaukee 56 23 .709 -
Chicago .52 27 .658 4
Detroit 51 28 .646 5
K.C.-Onaha 31 48 .392 25
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 45 34 .570 -
Golden State 43 34 .558 1
Seattle 33 44 .42911
Phoenix 28 51 .343 17
Portland 26 52 .333 18Y2
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit vs. Kansas City-Omaha at
Kansas City
Portland at Boston
Atlanta at Philadelphia
Houston at Capital
Chicago at Los Angeles
Buffalo at Phoenix
Milwaukee at Seattle
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BOSTON GOALIE GILLES GILBERT'S shutout is in danger as the puck flies out of control and St.
Louis Blue Greg Polis (9) approaches dangerously. Gilbert kept his cool, and bagged a 7-0 white-
wash victory.

FLAMES TIE RANGERS:

Bruin*1
From Wire Service Reports
BOSTON-Bobby Orr scored the
hat trick and Gil Gilbert provided
his sixth shutout of the year as the
Boston Bruins glided their way to
a 7-0 stomping of the ludicrous
Saint Louis Blues.
The Blues have not scored on
Bruin goalie Gilbert for 180 con-
secutive minutes of hockey, and
have stumbled to two victories in
their last twenty games.
After Orr's first goal of the
evening fixed the score at 1-0
for the opening period, Boston
broke the game wide open with
four tallies in the second twenty
minutes. Orr began the festivities
with his second goal of the night.
John Bucyk worked the give-and-
go with rookie Dave Forbes to
score his 28th goal at 5:52; Ken
Hodge whipped in a Phil Esposito
Billboard
Michigan's Women's Intercol-
legiate tennis team is holding
tryouts this week and next on
the Varsity courts located next
to the IM Bldg. For today only
tpractice will be held on the Pal-
mer Field courts. For further
inform-tion, contact Janet Hoop-
er through the P. E. office, 764-
3173.

put

Blues

on

ice

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
MARCIA MERKER
pass to notch his 47th of the year at
8:33- and Don Marcotte amazeds
thos present by flicking in Grege
Sheppard's rebound for a short-I
handed goal at 14:40.f
Esposito's three assists for the
evening ran his league-leading
scoring total to 137 points.;
In the third period, St. Louist
rookie 'Jim Watt replaced Wayne
Stephenson in the nets, but it didn'tt
help as Forbes and Orr twangedt
the twines to secure the rout.
Rangers knotted
ATLANTA - The New Y o r k
Rangers remembered the salary
drive midway through the second;
period, and exploded to overcome a
4-1 Atlanta lead, and go ahead 5-4I
late in the third period but the1
Rangers had to settle for a 5-5 tie

when Atlanta's Pat Quinn canned to come up
his second goal of the night with saves.
only 1:30 left to play. During th
The Flames pieced together their delphia goz
early lead on a pair of goals by earned his
Bobby Leiter, and single tallies! nets shut d
from Al McDonough and Quinn. Vancouver
With visions of Emile Francis
on the phone dancing through Ic"
their heads, Jean Ratelle, Ted < H L
Irvin and Pete Stemkowski all N
scored in the last six minutes of By T
the second stanza to knot the
count at 4-4.
Seventeen seconds before Quinn's Boston
second marker, Rod Seiling blazed Montreal
a slapshot from just inside the! N. Y. Range
br'ae line to put New York ahead Toronto
for the only time in the game. Detroit
* * * vancouver
N. Y. Island4
Canucsknock
PHILADELPHIA-Rick MacLeish Philadelphia
bullied in a pair of goals to lead Angeles
the first-place Philadelphia Flyers I Atlanta
to a 3-1 triumph over the Van- St. Louis
couver Canucks here last night. Minnesota
After an Andre Boudrias goal Californi
tied the score at 1-1, MacLeish T
stole a Vancouver pass during a Toronto at C
Flyer power play and rifled the -
deciding marker past Canuck
goalie Gary Smith.
Philadelphia scored its earlier
goal on another power play, when ,
Bill Barber muscled in his 27th
goal after Smith had been forced

with three spectacular
e second period, Phila-
altender Bernie Parent
paycheck by nailing the
uring three consecutive
advantages.
Standings
he Associated Press

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THE MICHIGAN UNION
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ODAY'S GAMES
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15 77
10 70
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Sports of The Daily
Stickmen meet Oberlin
The Michigan lacrosse team, coming off an 11-1 victory over
Purdue Wednesday. goes after its third victory in a row as they
take on Oberlin tonight. The action takes place under the lights
on the Ferry Field Tartan Turf beginning at 8:00 p.m. Needing
a little financial support the lacrossers may charge a paltry
50 cent admission.
-DAILY STAFF
* * *
Penn State uits ECAC
NEW YORK - The Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference
expressed regret yesterday over Penn State's decision to with-
draw from the conference but said the school's move prompted
action that will strengthen the ECAC.
State had announced its decision to leave the conference
last summer but said it would reconsider if various ECAC
policies were re-evaluated, according to ECAC Commissioner
Scotty Whitelaw.
"Penn State's announcement w of last summer accelerated
an existing program of self-analysis, which resulted in significant
changes in the areas of conference finances and in the fruition
of Conference-sponsored championships and tournaments aimed
at satisfying the needs of the athletic programs of our diverse
membership," said Whitelaw.
"Frankly, I believe that all of the Penn State objections
have been met, and most importantly, in the best interest
of all our member colleges."
Whitelaw added that while the ECAC is disappointed at
Penn State's decision, the conference hopes the school will return,
"The door will always be open," he said.
-ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bengals shut out
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Right-hander Mike Garman
limited Detroit to one hit in five innings and Lou Brock smacked
a run-scoring triple to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 2-0 exhibi-

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The Job Of
Government Is To
Provide Servicesy
Who NeedThem.
The police should serve to protect the people from
being the victims of crime. In practice they do not
protect the people from assault, robbery and rape.
Instead they enforce crimes without victims.
KENWORTHY supports the $5 Marijuana Law and
wants police to stop enforcing all victimless crimes
and start protecting the people.
VOTE MONDAY APRIL 1
DEMOCRAT-FOURTH WARD
Paid Pol. Adv.

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"There's a r e a I choice
this year in the second
ward. You can vote HRP
-for people who brought
you Rent Control and the
$5 fine. Or you can vote
Democratic-for the jel-
lyfish w h o s e platform
doesn't even take a stand
on t h e s e ballot issues;
whose candidates refused
to even s i g n the peti-
tions."

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A Lakeland resident, following an exhausting halfhour watching the mighty Detroit Tigers slugging
popups in pre-game warmups, faces up to reality aid inters the Bengals' pennant hopes for the 1974
campaign.
"It really breaks me up to admit it," she explained, "but with all those D pitchers and 44-8s on the

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