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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 30, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 30, 1973

Re-elect Councilman
NORRIS THOMAS
Democrat-First Ward
Paid for by the Committee to Re-elect Norris Thomas j

UP AGAINST THE WALL:

Leafs,

stab

'Wings,

6-4

7kf' fOpei U
Harry's Army Surplus
1166 BROADWAY, ANN ARBOR,
(near Plymouth Rd.)
SAVINGS for

By JOEL GREER
and ROGER ROSSITER
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - Veteran Norm Ull-
man came back home to the Olym-
pia last night and proved he could
still thrill the partisan Red Wing
fans, even though he was killing
the Wings' playoff hopes.
The former Detroiter scored a
pair of goals for the Maple Leafs
in their 6-4 upset victory over the
bummed out Detroit Red Wings.
Uiiman's second goal was the
game winner early in the third per-
iod after the Wings had just scored
twice to knot the score 4-4.
The Maple Leaf center practic-
ally put the lights out on any pos-
sible Detroit playoff chances. by
taking a sweet pass from Jim Mc-
Kenny to beat goaltender Roy Ed-
wards with a 20'foot wrist shot.
Minutes later Dave Keon took a
long pass from McKenny and rif-
led a hard shot past a startled Ed-
wards who drew a chorus of boos
from the standing room only
crowd.

However, it was Detroit's in- quick goals early in the third stan-
ability to put the game away, in za to tie the contest again 4-4. Bill
the early going that really upset i d a ilyCollins stole a clearing pass and
the play-off hungry fans. ,rscored less than a half minute into
Despite outshooting the Leafs 14- the period, and Alex Delvecchio
7 in the period, the Wings skated ',Sset up Charron beautifully two
off the ice tied 1-1. minutes later.
Guy Charron scored his first of NIGHT EDITOR: But Ullman rose to the occasion
two goals before many of the fans SANDI to pt the Maple Leafs ahead for
reached their seats, and it looked good as rookie Leaf netminder
as if the Wings were ready to re- Gord McRae slammed the door on
peat Tuesday night's 8-1 rout at the anxious Red Wings.
Maple Leaf Gardens. moves before tying the score. "Fuck, I can't explain it," ex-
But the Leafs rebounded late in The second period, too, was all claimed Toronto coach John Mc-
the period when three Wing de- Detroit, although Toronto got the Clellan, regarding the marked dif-
fenders swarmed Ullman who drop- only two goals from Jarry and ference between last night's and
ped a neat pass to Pierre Jarry, Ullman. Tuesday night's games. "It's just
who made nearly a half-dozenj The Wings, countered with two one of those things."
The Red Wings are now faced
of beating Chicago at home Satur-
Professional League Standings day night and the New York Rang-
ers at Madison Square Garden on
NBA Vancouver 22 46 8 52 227 338 Sunday if they are to have any
Final Standings N. Y. Islanders 12 59 5 29 164 333 chance of gaining the final play-
Eastern Conference West off spot in the National Hockey
Atlantic Division Ciao4 688 7 1
W L Pet. GBMinnesota 37 30 8 84 251 227 League's East Division. The Wings
ot8 4 P.829 Philadelphia 36 29 11 83 282 246 also have to hope that fourth place
New York 57 25 .695 11 St. Louis 31 33 12 74 225 246 Buffalo (three points ahead of De-
Buffalo 21 61 .256 47 tLosAngeles 30 35 11l71 225 239 troit) will lose its final game at
Philadelphia 9 73 .110 59! Pittsburgh 31 36 9 71 250 254,tot ills t ia aea
Central Division-" Atlanta 25 38 14 64 187 235 home against playoff hopeful St.
Baltimore 52 30 .634 -ICalifornia 15 46 16 646 210 322 Louis Sunday.
Atlanta 46 36 .561 6 If Buffalo wins, or if the Wings
Houston 33 49 .402 19anlose either of their two remaining
Cleveland 32 50 .390 20 - games, Detroit can kiss the play-
Western Conference Cup~
Midwest Division .E offs and a shot at the Stanley Cup
Mwk62.3 I __goodby for another year.I

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. AP Photo
Goalie Gord McRae shows the compassion that has made him a
household word by letting the Detroit Red Wings score against his
Toronto Maple Leafs last night. Without the four goals he allowed
the Wings, the sting of missing the playoffs would have been that
much greater.

ANOTHER LOCATION AT:
2050 N. TELEGRAPH at FORD RD. in DEARBORN
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Detroit
K.C.-Omah
Los Angele
Golden St
Phoenix
Seattle
Portland

40 42
ha 36 46
Pacific Division
Les 60 22
ate 47 35
38 44
26 56
21 61

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.573 13
.463 22
.317 34
.256 39

Montreal
Boston
N. Y. Rangers
Buffalo
Detroit
Toronto

NHL
East
W L T
50 10 6
51 20 5
47 22 7
36 27 14
35 29 11
26 40 9

Pts GF
116 319
10'7 324F
101 293
86 254
83 258
1 236

GA;
180
223
200
218
238
272

WHICH
"PROGRESSIVE
CANDIDATE"

Exhibition Baseball
FBostion 3, Detroit 2
Chicago Cubs 9, San Francisco 8
Cincinnati 5, Chicago White Sox 2
Cleveland 11, Oakland 5
New York Mets 2, St. Louis 1
Baltimore 3, New York Yankees 2
Atlanta 3, Pittsburgh 0
Kansas City 4, Montreal 2
NHL
Toronto 6, Detroit 4
Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 2
WHA '
Otnawa 5, New Englana
Philadelphia 2, Alberta 1
Quebec 5, Minnesota 3
Houston 6, New York 3
Stickmen cruise
The UM Lacrosse Club "B"
team was victorious over L'anse
Creuse last night, 12-4. Leading
scorers for Michigan Included
Terry Cotter with three goals
and Steve Bissell with two. Jim
Powlitz had three goals for
L'anse Creuse. Captain Neil
Shaver and Charlie White turned
in fine defensive performances
and goalie Charley Crone had
another fine showing.

-TONIGH T-
vane.,,i Glenda
Redgrave Jackson
MLB
$1.25 Friends of Newsreel

Sssociated Press I
The Los Angeles Lakers and the
Carolina Cougars share the favor-
ites' roles in the post-season play-
offs of the National Basketball As-
sociation and the American Basket-
ball Association, starting tonight.
The defending champion Lakers
drew the Chicago Bulls as an open-
ing opponent after a coin toss which
gave the Milwaukee Bucks the
Golden State Warriors as their first
round foes. Opening games are set
Friday night in Los Angeles and
Milwaukee.
The coin toss became necessary
when Los Angeles, winner of the
Pacific Division, and Milwaukee,
Midwest champion, finished with
58-22 records in the Western Con-
ference. The Players Association
vetoed a scheduled playoff game'
between the two.
Management wanted a play-off.

LAKERS FACE BULLS
Pro cage playoffs to tip off

to be held in Milwaukee due to a York start their best-of-seven set
previous coin flip which the Lakers in Greensboro, N.C., and Ken-
lost. tucky's defending champions go
The NBA Players' Association against Virginia at Louisville's Con-
objected to a playoff game saying vention Center.
it was just a 'contest to set up the The NBA's unique coin toss was
playoffs and their contract with the executed via long distance tele-
NBA didn't call for such an extra phone. Golden State was the Pa-
cific Division runnerup and the
game. No. 4 team in the Conference.
So the NBA abandoned plans for Chicago, No. 3, had a better won-
a Los Angeles - Milwaukee game lost record in finishing second to
and instead President Walter Ken- the Bucks in the Mid-West Divi-
nedy flipped a coin in New York. sion.

I

In the Eastern Conference, the:
New York Knicks open against the
Baltimore Bullets at MadisonI
Square Garden tonight while the ;
Boston Celtics delay the start of
their series until Sunday, playing
the Atlanta Hawks in Boston.
The ABA playoffs also begin to-
night with two games in the East-
ern Division. Carolina and New

CAN

YOU

TRUST'

A curious piece of false pragmatism on the subject of the mayor's race appeared in
Tuesday's DAILY over the signatures of some Democratic party workers. To those of us who
have had long experience in Ann Arbor city elections, the analogy those Democrats made
between a two-party presidential campaign and a three-party mayoral race just doesn't hold
water.
Democratic party people have used the same tired argument to demand support for
lackluster Democrats like Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, and more recently for the in-
effectual incumbents in the present Democratic city administration.
Those who have voted time and time again for Democratic party hacks have been
severely disappointed by the differences between promises and performance.
Although most of us voted for McGovern in November, that does not automatically
bind us to support Democrats down the line in local races. We have learned by bitter experi-
ence to make up our own minds about each candidate individually.
Now Franz Mogdis is trying to run for office by repudiating the conservative record
of his fellow Democrats at City Hall. But there is nothing in his background or current life-
style to suggest that he has the capacity or desire to do things differently.
Here are some examples of Mogdis in action:

people who can:

In the NBA Eastern Conference,
the Baltimore Bullets finished on
a high note, winning 26 of their
last 38 games for the Central Di-
vision crown, and became a strong
threat to beat the Knicks, the 1972
Eastern title winners.
The Celtics beat out the Knicks
.in the Atlantic Division with the
best record in the NBA, 66-14, and
the league's most valuable player,
Dave Cowens.
Carolina won the East Division
in the ABA with a won-lost mark
of 57-26, while Kentucky was a
close runnerup with 56-28. How-
ever, the Carolina Cougars suf-
fered a last minute disappointment
wmen it was learned that center
Mike Lewis must undergo surgery
and will be out for six weeks.
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MOGDIS SAYS:
"I will msake government open enough for
you to change it."
"A police department enforcing laws in a
fair manner will receive the respect and
cooperation so necessary to reduce crime."
"Throughout the 1960s liberals believed
money and technology would solve soci-
ety's problems. Ann Arbor is a good ex-
ample of the failure of this philosophy.
Our city is being run by technocrats who
are protected by an unresponsive bureau-
cracy."

BUT:
lie formerly worked for the National Se-
curity Agency, a top-secret intelligence
group. He now oversees research for the
Bendix Corporation, including a secret
war-related project renewed last July.
Just last week he proposed preventive de-
tention for bad-check passers and others
suspected of drug addiction. This shows a
monumental insensitivity to fundamental
civil liberties issues. He wants to misuse
the bail system for pre-trial punishment
in the exact way the ACLU has just con-
demned for the Plamondon-Blazier case.
Nogdis' Bendix job title is "Manager of
the Applied Science and Technology De-
part'ment." He himself is exactly the kind
of liberal technocrat his leaflet condemns
so perceptively. And it's his party that is
responsible for failing in Ann Arbor.

BENITA KAIMOWITZ has never depended on money and technology to solve so-
ciety's problems. For the past decade she has been working hard at the grass-roots level to
change the way we live - in the civil rights movement, in the peace movement, as a teacher
in a ghetto high school, and at Ozone House.
Benita Kaimowitz is running openly committed to the excellent HRP campaign
planks which have been well publicized in the press and through leaflets. And she is proud
of her party's record on City Council.
PEOPLE FOR KAIMOWITZ, who paid for this ad, are independent-minded voters who,
like Be herself, have been active in movements for social change in the '60s and '70s. Some
ore former Democrats, some are still Democrats, some never were Democrats. Most of us
voted for McGovern because we thought he was the best choice. We're voting for Benita
Kaimowitz for the same reason. Join us.
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR NAMES:
MORT COHEN-attorney; professor of law at wSU; former general counsel to Harlem CORE.
TORRY HARBURG--member Ann Arbor Women for Peace (1962-68); an organizer of McGovern
Festival.
RUTH ZWEIFLER-member women for Peace; independent candidate for School Board (1970).
BELITA COWAN-editor, HERSELF; member Advocates for Medical Information.
ETHEL LEE-steering committee Interfaith Council; Democratic precinct chairperson (1968);
Democratic mayoral campaign committee (1969).
IRENE OLIVER-chairperson Unitarian Social Action Comirittee; secretary Ann Arbor CORE
(1964-68); Democratic precinct delegate (1966-70).

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