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Friday, April 6, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, April 6, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

HABS ROLL ON

Rangers blast past Bruins

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - New York scored
twice in the second period and
Walt Tkaczuk got his third goal
of the National Hockey League
Stanley Cup quarter-finals in the
third period as the Rangers de-
feated the Boston Bruins 4-2 to
take a 2-0 lead in- the best-of-7
series.
Boston center ,Phil Esposito, the
National Hockey League's scoring
champion, suffered torn ligaments
in his right knee and faces possible
surgery tomorrow, according to a
Bruins spokesman.
Ted Irvine gave the Rangers a
2-1 lead at 9:47 of the second
period when he took a pass from
Pete Stemkowski and pushed it
through Boston goalie Jacques
Plante's legs. Sttemkowski scored
for New York at 13:29 of the same
session when he took a pass from
Irvine, reached out and poked it'
forward past Plante.

dlaily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JEFF CHOWN

from five different players.
Serge Savard started the surge
at 4:48, then Cournoyer tied the
score one minute 19 seconds later.
Marc Tardif, Guy Lapointe and
Jacques Lemaire then each beat
Buffalo goalie Dave Dryden to
break the game open.
Buffalo outplayed Montreal in the
first period, Perreault scoring fol-
lowing a shot which was blocked
by Sabres defenseman Schoenfeld

Sabres buffaloed and Martin converting a pass from
MONTEALRigh wiger vanPerreault on a power play.
MONTREAL-Right winger Yvan Bu 1ontreal don ated the re-
Cournoyer scored three goals last mutnntwel dinated kee-
night, leading the Montreal Cana- maining two periods, often keeping
diens to a 7-3 victory over the oi the ice and clinching the victory
Buffalo Sabres and a 2-0 edge in with the five-goal second period
their first-round National Hockey blitz.
League playoff series.
The Sabres had grabbed a two-
goal lead on first-period tallies by Flyers soar
center, Gil Perreault at 1:06 and PHILADELPHIA - Defenseman
winger Rick Martin at 16:48, but Barrs Ashbee contributed a record-
the Canadiens came roaring back tying three assists to a three-goal
in the second period, getting goals second period as the Philadelphia

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Flyers beat the Minnesota North
Stars 4-1 last night to even their
National Hockey League Stanley
Cup quarter-final series at one
apiece.
Ashbee's assists tied a Stanley
Cup playoff record for assists in
a period held by 18 others, as the
Flyers rebounded from their sleep-
walking performance in losing the
series opener Wednesday night, 3-0.
Don Saleski's first-period goal
sent Philadelphia ahead, 1-0, and
goals by Bill Flett, Bill Barber
and Terry Crisi made it 4-0 after
two periods.
Minnesota finally scored on Fly-
ers' goalie Doug Favell at 4:14 of
the third period. The teams move
to Minnesota for games No. 3 and
4 tomorrow and Sunday in the best-
of-7 series.
Black Hawks blank
CHICAGO-Lou Angotti's deflect-
ed goal in the first period and te-
nacious goaltending by Tony Es-
posito boosted the Chicago Black
Hawks to a 1-0 victory over the
St. Louis Blues last night in their
Stanley Cup quarter-final playoffs.
Aside from Angotti's goal, and
the sharp work of both Esposito
and St. Louis goalie Jacques Caron,
most of the action came in the last
five minutes of play.
With 4:51 to play, when St. Louis
Phil Roberto drew a penalty for.
slashing, the Blues protested the
stick being used by Chicago's Jim
Pappin. It turned out to be broken
and Pappin drew a two minute
penalty.
Chicago then protested the use
of Roberto's stick and he was'
charged with an extra two minute
penalty for playing with a stick
with an illegal curvature.
UCLA may

NCAA PRELIMS:
Michigan gymnasts
hold second place
By RICH STUCK were close behind the Michigan
Special To The Daily captain.
EUGENE, ORE.-The telegram Every other event was in the 26.0
in the window in the Michigan range, keeping the Wolverines with-
gymnastics team's hotel reads in striking distance of being one
"Good Luck, 'M'-GO, BLUE, GO." of the three teams to compete in
Wolverine gymnasts must have the team finals tomorrow after-
paid heed to it, for they turned in noon. Gagnon had a 9.2 parallel
a solid compulsory round yesterday bars attempt, Rupert Hansen re-
afternoon in the NCAA gymnastics corded a solid 9.0 mark on the
championships. side horse, and Bob Darden who
Michigan scored 159.10 and found scored a 9.0 on the horizontal bar
itself in second place, .15 points were the top performers.
behind powerful Penn State. Pre- In case anyone is wondering
tourney favorites Iowa State and whatever became of ring star
Indiana State were slated for their
action last night. BULLETIN
If not spectacular, Coach Newt
Loken's tumblers were consistent. tandings at the NCAA Gym-
Unlike the Big Ten meet, where' nastics Championships being
the Wolverines completely fell held in Eugene, Ore., after yes-
terday's compulsory round (re-
apart on the horizontal bar with a tedate ls night):
23.1, yesterday they .picked up at ported late last night)
least 25.75 in each event. 2. Inia State 19.90
That mark was in the floor exer- 2. Indiana State 159.90
cise, Michigan's strong point until 3.P M nIGae159.15
an ankle, injury in the Big Ten 5 . New Mexico 159.00
meet sidelined Terry Boys. But__
even without Boys, the Maize and Monty Falb, there's no need to be
Blue got a good performance from a e ebeaejor us
(8.75). cled his way to another of his
More than picking up the slack, year-long string of brilliant scores,
hoeewre the vagulter who swinging his way to a 9.2 mark.
compiled an amazing 27.30. Gura Yesterday's opening sessions
(9.2) led the way while Jean Gag- were highlighted, not only by the
non (9.0) and Pierre Leclerc (9.1) warm, bright Oregon sun, but also
by the individual battle for the all-
around crown between Marshall
Avener of Penn State and Stan-
ford's Steve Hug.
After winning the Big Ten title,
R e d s Michigan's goal here was to finish
in the top three and according to
Loken, they are "still in the ball
park. Our compulsories were much
However, shortstop Chris Spier better than at Bloomington."
iced the triumph with a single
through the hole into left to score Vaulting whiz Leclerc added that
both Marichal and Bonds. "It will take a top effort tomorrow

Sz uba takes AAU swim title,
ends three year Blue drought
By CHUCK BLOOM the way I should have done it two to be held in Yugoslavia in Sep-
Special To The Daily weeks ago (at the NCAA's), but tember.
CINCINNATI - Freshman Tom better late than never." Aside from Szuba's performance,
Szuba broke a three year Michigan The win entitles Szuba to par- the meet continued to belong to
drought yesterday as he convinc- ticipate in an invitational in Lon- the women. Three more American
ingly won the 400-yard individual don and is a giant step toward records tumbled with Keena Roth-
medley at the AAU Indoor Short assuring him of a spot on the U.S. hammer setting two of them. Roth-
Course Nationals. team for the World Aquatic Games hammer has now set three records
The last Michigan swimming . at the meet.
crown was Juan Bello's 200-yardSae ikd Rothhammer n i p p e d favorite
freestyle victory over Mark Spitz Stager picked Shirley Babashoes to capture the
in the 1970 NCAA meet. The Michigan Daily has learn- 200-yard freestyle. Her time of
ed from reliable sources that 1:50.51 was .7 seconds below the
Szuba defeae NCAAchampion Michigan swim coach Gus Sta- pending record. Babashoes' time
SteveFurn es dyf.atedoNs.Su a i-eIger has been picked to head the was also under the previous
Urabied t s tob. ehead.th w sandrd
^fori by 3-ecods7Szbastme United States' .team that will jstandard.

AP Photo
CINCINNATI PITCHER DON GULLETT appears to have lost a
section of his anatomy attempting to put out Tito Fuentes at first
base. This is a mere optical illusion. However, Gullett did leave
his arm In Florida as the Reds lost 4-1 to the rebounding San
Francisco Giants.
PLAY BALL!
Mariehal stilfleik

a 3:1.1 betteredn is own best'
by three seconds and was just two
seconds off the American record.
"I thought that if I was ahead
of Furness after the breaststroke
leg, that I could beat him in the
freestyle," Szuba stated. "That's

compete in the World Aquatic
Games to be held in Yugoslavia
in early September. Michigan
diving coach Dick Kimball will
be the diving mentor for the
same event.

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Today in Sports

"Bats men entertain Titans
IT LOOKS LIKE the Wolverine baseball season is finally getting
underway. The University of Detroit visits town today for a
doubleheader against the Wolverines scheduled for 2 p.m. at
Ray L. Fisher Stadium.
Titan Coach Robert Miller brings a mixture of veterans
and untested rookies into the Ann Arbor frays. The Titans
recently concluded a southern swing through Tennessee, the
first spring trip in the history of the school. Originally scheduled
for nine games against varied opposition, Detroit wound up
playing a paltry three games against Carson Newman College,
a school not generally regarded as a college baseball power-
house.
The Titans won two of the games, dropping the third on a
two-out, bottom of the ninth two-run homer.
Detroit, presents a solid infield, a mediocre outfield and
an extremely thin pitching staff. Around the diamond, Coach
Miller plays Bob Barnett and his .583 spring average at first,
leadoff hitter Bill Turkington at second, captain Mike Sobczok
at third and a pair of freshmen at short, Ken Hammand and
Ted Kazanski, Jr.
Turkington, U of D's leading returning hitter at .343, is
labelled as a slick-fielding second sacker who makes all the
plays, Sobczak, a solid .330 slugger last year, wields a Brooks
Robinson-like glove at the hot corner.
Around the outer defenses, Detroit positions Jim Bochenek,
a converted infielder now receiving on-the-job training in left;
senior Larry Niedowicz in center; and Kirk Taylor in right.
Junior college transfer Bob Day does the catching.
Miller has not announced today's starting pitchers, but an
informed U of D spokesman says to look for Tony Kaseta in one
game and either Barnett or Taylor in the other. Kaseta, who
performed for Detroit's junior varsity cagers this year, tossed
five strong innings against Carson Newman in Tennessee. When
Barnett or Taylor take the hill, Pete Sulzicki assumes their
vacated first base or right field posts.
In case of inclement weather today, the two schools will
try again tomorrow at 1 p.m. Although the Titans are
scheduled to, play Albion College at home tomorrow, U of D's
Lloyd Brazil Field is in such sorry shape that the game
could easily be canned.
In a surprise move, Michigan's Athletic Department has
rescheduled the twice postponed Eastern Michigan doubleheader
for this Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.
The University of Detroit compiled a 17-15 record last year.
Two scheduled games against Michigan were not played because
of terrible weather.
For Michigan, Pete Helt and Art Adams are still raring to
go in the regular season's inaugural action.
-'WOMEN'S W%4
COMMUNITY
1YMPOSIUM
Welcome to the Women's Community Symposium! This is
the first co-operative effort of all interested women's groups
from the communities and campus area, and the birth of
an annual event. The motivation for this event is to reach
outside of the academic community and encourage interest,
participation and open dialogue among women of all
economic and racial backgrounds.

Australian wonder woman Shane w
Gould won her first individual y
championship in the 400-yard indi- O 1h
vidual medley, defeating Canadian
Leslie Cliff. Gould's clocking of By he Associated Press
4:27.11 was a full second and a half WASHINGTON-UCLA's national
better than Susan Atwood's record collegiate c h a m p i o n basketball
set last ye'ar. Cliff, silver medalist team has been invited to tour the
in the recent Olympics (Gould won Peoples Republic of China some-
three gold medals in the Olympics) time in May, the Washington Post
was also under Atwood's previous said yesterday.
record. In Los Angeles, UCLA Athletic
Santa Clara's 400-yard medley Director J. D. Morgan said, "There
relay team, anchored by the om. will be no comment at this time."
nipresent Rothhammer, also set a The Post said it understood
new American record in winning school officials were polling the
its title. Southern Cal captured the players on the matter and a de-
men's 400-yard medley title. cision would be forthcomingek."
In the other final of the might, The Post said the invitation was
UCLA's Tim McDonnell came from extended by the U.S. State Depart-
nowhere i the outside lane to cap- ment and quoted Paul Phillips,
ture the 200-yard freestyle, justp .f s efothe Cul-
ahead of New Mexico's Rick Klatt. publc affairs adviser for the-
In the team scoring, Southern tour would be in "the area of two
Cal is running away in the men's or three weeks."
division with Santa Clara running Presidential aide Henry Kissinger
a poor second. In the women's mentioned a possible tour by a U.S.
race, Santa Clara, the Cincinnati amateur team to China during a
Pepsi-Marlins, Toetem Lake Swim February news conference.
Club, and the Canadian Dolphins Another t e a m "presumably"
Swim Club are locked in tight would be invited if UCLA declines,
battle for the title. the Post quoted Phillips.

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By BOBO ANDREWS
Special To The Daily
CINCINNATI - Baseball fever,
ravaged the Queen city yesterday,
but the San Francisco Giants pro-
vided their own remedy for the
madness by topping the Cincinnati
Reds 4-1 in the 105th inauguration
of professional baseball.
Before a shivering c a p a c i t y
crowd of over 51,000 at Riverfront

The tie seemed to be in jeop-
ardy in the bottom of the inning
as leadoff hitter Pete Rose
smashed a line single to center
and moved to second on Joe
Morgan's safety. But Marichal
then setttled down to escape the
first Cincinnati threat of the af-
ternoon.
After getting Bobby Tolan on an
infield fly Johnny Bench grounded
back to the box. which resulted in

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Stadium, veteran Giants ace Juan anin uin ending doule pay.
Marichal, starting slowly but even- an ining"di"g do"ble pla.
tually rested the Big Red Machine, Gullett, who showed signs of tir-
gunning down the final 14 Cincy ing as the game progressed, finally1
strikers. met his downfall in the seventh as
After the Reds broke through for the Giants scored three times to
I k i d i h secure the victory.

The Reds seemed to mount an
early threat in the opening in-
ning. Rose, who led off with a
base hit, was thrown out by a
perfect strike from center fielder
Gary Maddox as he tried to reach
third on Tolan's line single.

a quac i-u ea , n -me secona
inning, the Frisco offense took com-
mand. They knottted the scare at
1-1 in the fifth when catcher Dave
Rader opened with a double down
the right field line off Reds starter
Don Gullett. He then scooted home
on Tito Fuentes' ground single to
left.

to get in (the finals). Penn State
is really strong in the optionals,
but anything can happen." Iowa
State and Indiana State on the
basis of their strong regional
scores are expected to be the
other two squads in the Saturday
matinee finals.

Rader drew a pass on four pitch-
es, but the turning point of the
contest came when Marichal, who
was bunting Rader to second, also
walked, this time with a full-count.
Leadoff man Bobby Bonds then
wasted little time as he laced a
two-bagger to left center to drive in
Rader.

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