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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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By CLARKE COGSDILLr
k Bay, Michigan's wrestling
and academic advisor to the {
tic Department, has resigned. -
just don't enjoy coaching,"
31-year-old mentor explained
rday. "I've had a great
i of guys to. work with, a
assistant (Bill Johannesen), i r:
facilities and Don Canham's .
e run the program my way.F
here's no use staying around
oing something you don't en-
nd you might as well leave
you're young enough to have
>pportunity to start some- z
e else.".
Y'S FOUR YEARS as coachI
lished him as one of the out-
ing wrestling teachers in the
ry. His teams compiled a 43-
al meet record (31-2-2 inside
4g Ten) won the 1973 Big Ten
pionship, and finished sec-
n both the 1974 Big Ten tour-
nt and NCAAs. the be
bequeaths his successor an Cliff
27-meet victory streak, and ed Mi
irden of stepping in follow- to 1970
e first 14-0 dual meet season his su
chigan wrestling history. "I thi
i heard rumors he was go- the co
: leave," commented Iowa whenc
wrestling coach Gary Kur- it's s
eier, "but I'm surprised he's coachi
g out. I'd have to say wrest- it got
mill be the loser. I'm interest- ed for
seeing the Big Ten as strong
ssible, and I enjoyed going TWO
ainst his teams. I wish him Jerry
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AP Photo
Cash tumbles but Tigers triumph.
Norm Cash is out as he sails past Yankee Thurmon Munson in yesterday afternoon's game. Joe Cole-
man, pitched no-hit ball for 73 innings and finished with a two-hitter and Mickey Stanley hit a two-run
homer, leading the Detroit Tigers to a 4-1 victory over New York yesterday. Coleman lost his bid to
become the first Tiger to pitch a no-hitter since Jim Bunning in 1958 when Gene Michael hit a ground
single up the middle with one out in the eighth. Coleman struck out five, walked two and hit Roy White
twice en route to his first Victory of the year. The win raised the Tiger mark to 3-3. Detroit plays the
Red Sox today in Boston in the first of a four game series.

Rick Bay
st of luck."
Keen, the man who direct-
chigan wrestling from 1925
0 and recommended Bay as
accessor, reacted similarly.
ink it's a very great loss to
aching profession," he said
contacted at his office, "but
uch a personal thing. If
ng had got to me the way
to him, I'd never have last-
anything like 35 years."
-TIME national champion
Hubbard claimed he hadn't
InIs
gave Chicago a 42-40 edge at
ission.
ROIT WENT COLD again at
ginning of the second half,
erry Sloan led the Bulls out
6-49 advantage. But Lanier
t Detroit right back to

been surprised when Bay told a ;when the season was over. I never
team meeting last week that his wrestled over the summer the
resignation was imminent. "We way some other guys did. I always
knew from when we were fresh- had other things to do.
men and sophomores that Rick
wasn't going to be around too "WHEN I'M coaching I find I
long," he asserted. "You know get uptight for six months out of!
how he'd get so uptight even at the year. It's not so bad if you
the beginning of the week - get nervous the night before a
there's just no way any man can meet that's one thing, but if
take it forever." you're tensed up the whole week,
Bay's decision did not come has- there's something wrong.
tily. "I told Don Canham (Ath- "The only reason I was in
letic Director) last December I coaching at all was because I
thought it'd be my last year," Bay could do it here. I might be inter-
recalled, "and he really tried to ested in athletic administration
talk me out of it. I suppose I could somewhere else, but as far as I'm
stay another year if I really want- concerned there's only one place
ed to. But the guys work so hard, to coach, and this is it. I'd like to
they deserve a coach who's in stay in the Athletic Department
there because he wants to do it. I if there were any openings, but
"Maybe I should have been tip- there aren't.
ped off because, back when I ' "I feel good about my decision.
wrestled here, I was always glad I'll be spending the next few
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entor
weeks helping out in the recruit-
ing, and trying to find something
else in the Ann Arbor area."
Bill Johannesen, Bay's assistant
for the last four years, currently
holds the inside track as the search
for a successor begins. "He's the
only coach I'd recommend," Bay
notes, and Keen remarked that he
would "rank Johannesen the same
way I rank Rick -- very high."
Jobs like Michigan's don't open
up very often in the wrestling
world, and Canham is sure to be
deluged with hundreds of appli-
cations before he makes the ap-
pointment. But as one well-placed
source notes, "it all comes down
to one thing: will Canham decide
to go along- with Billy Jo, or will
he decide to spend the big bucks
and hire Dan Gable (1972 Olym-
pic gold medalist) away from
Iowa?"

Sports of The Daily

EVEN SERIES, 3-3:
Pistons

Pistons' Scott honored
NEW YORK (A)-Ray Scott was named yesterday as the
National Basketball Association's Coach of the Year after finish-
ing his first full season as coach with the Detroit Pistons, who
reached the playoffs for the first time in six years.
Scott received 33- votes in the 12th annual balloting of 51
members of the news media from each of the league's 17 cities.
Buffalo's Jack Ramsay was second with 10 followed by Larry
Costello of Milwaukee with four, Bill Sharman of Los Angeles
with three and K. C. Jones of Capital with one.
Scott will receive his Coach of the Year trophy prior to
the start of tonight's Western Conference semifinal game at
Detroit between the Pistons and the Chicago Bulls.
"From the start of the season, we had a plan-to play ex-
cellent defense, hold teams under 100 points and execute intel-
ligently on offense,' said Scott.
Bo pass happy.
With all the doom and gloom affecting Michigan athletics at
this time, it's nice to know that someone is happy. Bo Schem-
bechler was in wonderful spirits after his team worked on its
passing game at Michigan Stadium yesterday.
The Wolverine passing attack, whose existence has been
questioned in the past, looked sharp on the Tartan Turf, with
Dennis Franklin zinging accurate passes and Keith Johnson
making excellent catches. Said Bo, "Every aspect of our
passing game looked good, except our pass blocking. We
don't pass block very well." Then, with offensive line coach
Elliot Uzelac within earshot, he joked, "My line coaches
don't know how to teach pass blocking."
Smiling all the while, Bo "complained" that "the only thing
that's been consistent this spring has been our injuries." Then,
in response to a question, he laughed, "At least none .of my
players has jumped to the WFL. They aren't good enough."
Hoosiers protest
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (P) - Indiana University Athletic
Director Bill Orwig decided yesterday to present an appeal by
the school's swimming team to the University Faculty Commit-
tee for possible action on the Hoosiers' one-point loss in the
national championship meet.
The swimmers, protesting the loss to the University of South-
ern California in the National Collegiate Athletic Association
meet last month, claimed that the meet committee at Long
Beach, Calif., "bowed to regional political pressure."
The Hoosiers, seeking their seventh straight NCAA crown,
lost 339-338.

By GEORGE HASTINGSj
Special To The Daily d ayDERITh Derij
DETROIT - The Detroit.( E
Pistons sweated out a last
minute rally by the Chicago
Bulls last night and kept
themselves alive in the Na- NIGHT EDITORS:
tional Basketball ,.AssociationLEBA HERTZ
playoffs, pulling but a 92-88 LESLIE RIESTER
victory before 11,134 relieved I
fans at Cobo Arena.
The Detroit victory tied the "The difference in this game was
titanic tussle between the two that we were able to execute and
maintain our composure in the,
teams at three wins apiece, final minutes," Scott explained.
and sets up a decisive seventh
game in Chicago Saturday af- LANIER'S SECOND-HALF play
ternoon. made another difference. Held to
The Pistons rode to victory on a mere four points in the first two
the strength of an eight-point surgeperiods,the bigguresdond
midway through the fourth quarter y pouringuin 24 more down the
led by Bob Lanier. With the score stretch, including 14 .markers in
76-75 in Detroit's favor, Lanim the fourth quarter.
sandwiched two jumpers anda . The only player on the floor who
hook around a long bomb by rivaled him was Walker, who
George Trapp to put Detroit on top, pumped in 14 of 20 shots to keep
84-75, with 3:38 to go. his team in the game. Despite his
Chet Walker and Jerry Sloan last minute heroics, the point totals
then led a desperation Chicago of Sloan, who scored only 11, andI
comeback, combining for the last Bob Love, held to 14, testified to
13 Bull points. With 1:06 to go, the efficiency of the tough Piston
Walker cut the Piston's lead to defense.
88-84 with a three-point play, and It was the fourth time in the
Lanier fouled out. series the Pistons had held the
Bulls under 90 points, and the
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tighten it again, and Bing gave
the Pistons a brief 64-62 lead be-
fore Norm Van Lier's lay-up made
it 64-all at the end of three.
The see-sav# battle continued for
the first six minutes of the final
period until the Piston surge broke
the game open.
Last night's outcome means that
it all boils down to Saturday's en-
counter, with the Bulls enjoying
the home court edge. But Scott dis-
counted that factor, and expressed
supreme confidence in a Detroit
win.
"The people in Chicago said this
series would be a piece of cake,"
the Piston mastermind declared.
"Now they're choking on it."

AP Photo
BOB LANIER chases after a loose ball in last night's 92-88 playoff victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Lanier hit 28 points to lead the Pistons in the crucial sixth game, evening the series 3-3.

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CHRIS FRD xuanswerea or ie-
troit, finding Don Adams under-
neath to put the home team back
up by six, 90-84, with only 45
seconds left. But Sloan put in an
offensive rebound, and after a
24-second violation on Detroit,
Walker's lay-up pulled the Bulls
to within two points with six sec-
onds left.
Walker then fo'led Dave Bing,
who stepped to the foul line and
sank the last two of his 22 points
to ice the contest.
The game marked the first timej
in the series that Detroit had won
a close game. Detroit coach Ray
Scott agreed that it was a goodj
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Netters slam

Irish

By BRIAN DEMING
Playing in the Intramural Building because of
thewet weather, Michigan's tennis team knocked
off Notre Dame yesterday afternoon, 7-1.
After poor starts in most of the matches, Brian
Eisner's squad nearly shut out the Irish, losing
only in fourth singles where Jeff Miller fell to
Randy Stehlik, 7-5, 7-6.
The Wolverines, who had been practicing
on the relatively slow courts of the Liberty
Racquet Club, took some time to get used to
the extremely fast Intramural courts. The
match was scheduled outside but the team
had to displace some irate basketball players
when the rains came.
The Irish, on the other hand, having played
all spring on the quick surface of their field
house, were used to the fast courts.
"They're a tougher team than I expected,"
commented Eisner, who had hoped to start the
season out with a solid shutout. "They're much
improved over last year."
The Wolverines played under an additional
disadvantage as starters Peter Fleming and
Kevin Senich were sidelined for the opener.
Fleming, who normally plays in the number two
slot, has been bothered by a back injury while
Senich, a number four regular, missed the
opener due to a bad sore throat.

terback in the fall for the Irish football team.
"We didn't play great," Eisner remarked
about the team's overall performance, but the
fifth year mentor, seeking his fifth Big Ten
title, was pleased, not only with Friedler's
fine play but with the come-from behind ef-
forts of Fred DeJesus and Jim Holman.
DeJesus, a sorhomore from Puerto Rico, could
do nothing right in his first set against Brandon
Walsh but bounced back in the second and third
sets to win 1-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Holman, an Ann. Arbor native, replacing Se-
nich in the lineun, recovered after a first set lost
to win 2-6, 6-4, 6-4.
The third doubles match featuring Holman
and Jerry Karzen against Juan Inchauste and
Ron Inchauste of Notre Dame was canceled un-
der pressure from restless volleyball players,
the meet having already been decided.
Singles
1. Victor Amaya (M) d. Rick Slager (ND),
7-6, 6-4.
2. Eric Friedler (M) d. Chris Kane (ND), 6-2,
6-1.
3. Fred DeJesus (M) d. Brandon Walsh (ND)
1-6. 6-4, 6-3.
4. Randy Stehlik (ND) d. Jeff Miller (M), 7-5,
7-6.
S. Jerry Karzen (M) d. Juan Inchauste (ND),

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ith time in six games under 100
points for Chicago.I
The defensive play of Ford, who;
played over half the game, on
Sloan, and of Trapp and Curtis
Rowe on Love, were the key indi-
vidual efforts within the Piston
team defense concept.
In the game's opening minutes,,
it looked like a replay of the first
half in Chicago Tuesday night. The
Piston offense came out of the
locker room disorganized and
worked for few good shots in the
first ten minutes of the contest.
Meanwhile, Chet Walker paced
the Bulls to a 18-5 lead. Then, with
3:24 to go in the first period, Scott
went to his bench and put Jim
Davis in the pivot. The game turn-
ed around.
DAVE BING GOT hot in the
quarter's final two minutes, drop-
ping in two jumpers and passing
off to Davis and Stu Lantz for four
more points, cutting the Bull's
lead to 22-15 by the buzzer.
Shortly into the second stanza,
the Detroiters finally got hot. With
great balanced scoring Detroit went
on a 14-2 surge that turned a 28-21
Bull lead into a 35-30 margin in
favor of the Pistons.
With Lanier spending 11 minutes
of the first half on the bench,
Davis, George Trapp and Chris
Ford all came off the pines to
make big contributions. The Bulls
hung tough, however, and a jump
shot by Walker with only seconds

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