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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 31, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 31, 1974

CELTICS OVERHAUL BRAVES:

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Pistons

From Wire Service Reports
CHICAGO - Someone forgot to
tell the Detroit Pistons that teams
entering the National Basketball
Association playoffs for the first
time in years-especially on the
home court of a favored rival-
aren't supposed to win.
Thus, ignoring tradition, the 'De-
troiters took the floor at Chicago
Stadium yesterday afternoon and
bumped off the Chicago Bulls 97-88
in the first game of their NBA
Western Conference semi-final.
Sparked by clutch fourth quarter
shooting by Dave Bing and a
strong all-around effort by big
center Bob Lanier, Detroit took
charge of the contest from the on-
set and showed their poise under
pressure by withstanding a strong
final period comeback by the Bulls.
The Pistons beat Chicago at
their own game-great team de-
fense. Lanier, who led all scorers
with 27 points, did not think that
was too surprising, however.
"Defense has been our trade-
mark, too," said the 6-11 pivot-
man. "To beat these guys you
have to play the tough defense,
and we did."
From the beginning of the con-

NIGHT El
BRIAN D
test, the Pistons sl
lack of playoff{
Pistons have not a
season play since
be a hindrance.
They came out
defense and sho
before the Bullsl
hit them it was
With Lanier guns
side and Piston I
Rowe and Don A
scoring from the
troiters built a 29
end of the first s
Then substitute1
came into the gan
quarter to take up
Detroit was ableR
13-point bulge unti

conquer l
into the locker room ahead 51-38. 1 back from
Piston coach Ray Scott felt that 107-97 vict
the play of Rowe and Adams, who Braves last
outscored Chicago's heavily publi- game of a3
cized frontline men Chet Walker sociation E
and Bob Love 18-12 in the half, final playof
was the key to the Detroit lead. Cowens
Meanwhile, only a courageous ef- points in
fort by Bull guard Jerry Sloan, saw the Cc
DITOR: who finished with 24 points, was
EMING keeping his team in the game.
In the third quarter, however, Lac
howed that their Love and Sloan led a Chicago Michiga
experience (the charge, and no one on the Pis- Lacrosset
appeared in pt- tons aside from Lanier could College t
1968) would not find the range. The Bulls pulled tartan tur
to within six points, 71-65, when stickmen,
Norm Van Lier threw in a 55- Oberlin, F
playing tough foot desperation shot at the
)ting well, and buzzer. down to an
16-6, Detroit. The Chicago surge lasted into six minut
ning from out- the final period, and several times Afte'r Don
forwards Curtis the Detroit lead was narrowed to licek open
.dams doing the four points as the less-than sell-out baskets, C(
inside, the De-'crowd came to life. But Bing came nine- Celtic
9-16 lead at the to the rescue with 10 of his 20 to only five
tanza. points and when Lanier drilled Jo Jo W
gard. Sone in from the perimeter it built Nelson wi
guard Stu Lantz the Piston lead back up to 89-79 in front by
e in the second with 3:36 left. hit a pair
the scoring, and The Bulls made one last run at one for a
to maintain that it. A long jumper by Van Lier left to pla
I halftime, going with 1:19 to go cut the visitors' Bob Mc
margin to five, 91-86, and gave brought Bu
Chicago an outside chance. with field
But Lanier proved to be too ran off 11
much to overcome. He came up up the gam
with another long range bomb
to bring thelead back to seven,block a
leWalker shot and fire the ball M 1I
downcourt to Rowe for a game-
in the second clinching fast-break lay-up. Today
recover. * . *
*Celtics come back Win
ckes 'D' BOSTON-Dave Cbwens, burden-
ly has a cham- ed by five personal fouls, led a
. The Fighting devastating fourth-period assault UN
bor St. Thomas that brought the Boston Celtics
bor Springs in -
ame, 68-53.
player over six
lineup, Harbor
great disadvant-
I Irish front line.
their cause much 1 Ivil

ulls

PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
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a 17-point deficit to a
ory over the Buffalo
a night in the opening
National Basketball As-
astern Conference semi-
if.
scored 18 of his 30
the final period that
eltics go from 12 points i
Crosse today
n's much improved
team will face Ashland
oday at 1 pm. on the
f of Ferry Field. The
3-0, have beaten
Purdue and Hillsdale.
n 88-87 lead in less than
es of play.
n Nelson and' John Hav-
ed the last period with
owens "ran off the next
points to bring Boston
e points behind, 87-82.
hite with a basket and
th two put the Celtics
y a point, then Cowens
of baskets and White
94-89 lead with 3:30
y.
Adoo and Gar Heard
ffalo to within one point
goals, then the Celtics
straight points to sew
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Birmingham Brother R i c e, a
weird melange of tall upper-middle
class kids and obvious imports,
staged a ferocious rally to top
turnover - plagued C a s s Tech in
overtime, 60-56, for the Michigan
High School Class A basketball
title yesterday at East Lansing.
The Technicians had led 27-22 at
the half on the strength of hot
shooting by forward Tony Jamison
and center William Mayfield. Their'
zone stifled Warrior 6-9 center
Will Franklin. Brother Rice's of-'
fense was limited to 20-foot shots
by Dave Washington and Frank
Rourke.
..AFTER CASS stretched its lead
to 49-38 in the fourth quarter,
Brother Rice drove back furiously.
The key play was a basket given
Franklin on a goaltending call
without whic'h there would have
been no overtime.
With the score tied at 54-all, Rice
controlled the tip to start overtime.
Jim MacGuildwin canned a 20-
footer to give the Warriors the
lead. Tech's Jamieson quickly lost
the ball out of bounds, and Rice
s t a l1 e d successfully thereafter.
With 17 seconds to go, the des-

perate Technicians fouled Rourke,
and he bagged both charity 'tosses-
to clinch the game.
Brother Rice coach Bill Norton
substituted liberally: nine players
scored for his Warriors, led by
Washington with 14, MacGuidwen
with 12, and Rourke with 10.
Jamison led Cass Tech's gunners
with 18.

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the boards and utilization of nu-'
merous Holt turnovers.
After a brief Ram rally, the
Heights ripped off nine more con-
secutive points to move ahead,
29-14. Tropf canned a pair of free
throws and an 18-footer to cut
the halftime margin to 11, 31-20.
Holt had not lost its poise, how-
ever, and attempted to rally in
the second half. They were aided
greatly when Tiger centerMarcell
Hendricks, who 'had picked up nine
rebounds in the first half, got two
quick fouls and exited midway
through the third period.
Holt could not get a streak going,
as Michael Smith was in command
ofInhb dnr~ bbnhin i d ~

a turnover streak
half and could not
* *
St. Thomas to
Ann Arbor final
pion in something
Irish of Ann Arb
overwhelmed Har
the Class D title ga
With only oner
feet tall in the
Springs was at a
age against the tal
The did nat heln tl

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Heights win. 'B'I
After long years of being stymied
by River Rouge, Muskegon Heights
finally won the big one, disposing
of Holt 52-44 in the Class B titlei
game.
Holt was undefeated going into
the game, and featured all-statet
center Jeff Tropf as a potent of-
fensive threat. But the Heights
threw a zone at Tropf, fronting
him and collapsing on him in the
middle. Holt was allowed the 20-
foot shot, and could not make it.
THE TIGERS, still smarting
from the memory of the last-min-'
ute comeback Rouge staged twoI
years ago, wasted no time in es-
tablishing their dominance. They
rolled off 16 straight points in the#
opening quarter, a streak accom-
plished mostly on dominance of

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Holt shots and tipping in missed
efforts by his teammates. The
Tiger defense strengthened as the
Ruggers win
Michigan's Rugby team, pre-
paring for the upcoming Big
Ten tournament, shut out the
TorontoBarbarians 8-0 at Wind-
sor yesterday to finish their
non-league season 3-0. Jordan
Weinstein and Francis Marion
scored the trys for the Wolver-I
ines.
The "B" team also won, de-
feating the Windsor Borderers
7-0, with Tom Tucker scoring
and Chris Penoyan adding a
penalty kick.
game wore on, as Tropf did not
get off a single shot in the final
stanza.
Smith tallied 18 points and 17
rebounds, as Heights whipped Holt
in that vital category, 45-29. Tropf
and Dan Briggs accounted for vir-I
tually all of Holt's scoring, with

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by shooting an ice-cold 30 per cent
from the floor.
The Rams were able to stay with
St. Thomas for a while, as the
Irish only led 30-27 at the half.
They had some success with a
press, as the Irish were a bit lax
in handling the ball.
But their shooting, none too good
in the first half, completely evapo-
rated in the second. Once 6-7 Len
Lillard got his hands on the ball,
there was no way the Rams could
stop him from scoring. He mus-
cled inside for four buckets in the
third period, as the Irish pulled
away.
The fourth period saw the game
degenerate into a rout, as St.
Thomas added fast break baskets
to complete control of the boards.
The margin stretched to 20,and
coach Mike Ramker emptied his
bench.
Pat Gallagher played a supurb
game for St. Thomas, hitting for
a game high24 points. Lillardadd-
ed 18, and also contributed 18 re-
bounds, all from the defensive
boards. Ken Richard also hit the
boards heavily, as he pulled off
14 rebounds and scored 10 points.

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USC holds late lead
in NCAA swimming

LONG BEACH, Calif. OP)-South-T
ern California held a 224-195 point
edge o v e r six - time defending i
champion Indiana as last evening's
session of the National Collegiatet
Athletic Association Swimming and E
Diving Championships got underl
way at the Belmont Plaza poolt
here.
But the point margin wasn't
considered ssafe after Mike Stamm
of the Hoosiers bettered the listed"
American record in the 200-yard
backstroke during yesterday after-t

noon's qualifying session. 20 and 15 points, respectively.
Stamm, who finished just sixth'
in the 100 backstroke Friday night, I All Saints steal C
splashed to a. time of 1:49.82, bet- Bay City All Saints came roar-
tering the listed mark of 1:49.84 ing back from a six point halftime
set by Southern Cal's John Naber deficit to post a 71-59 victory over
last year. Naber, however, has Detroit Servite in the Class C title
twice this year bettered his own game.' They were paced in their
mark. effort by Bill Harris, who shot 11
Indiana's 400 freestyle relay , for 22 from the field and 11 for
team was clocked in 3:03.24 with 11 from the line, a grand total of
Tennessee second at 3.03.34 and 33 points.
Southern Cal at 3:03.90 in time Mike Bramos led Servite with 17
trials for the meet's final event. points, as the Panthers ran into
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