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Thursday, March 24, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

MEET BU IN SEMIS TONIGHT:

Blue

icers

seek

eighth

NC

By BOB MILLER
The season's over and now the fun begins. To-
night, 7:30 at Olympia, the 30th NCAA Hockey
Tournament gets underway with a feature game
between Michigan (27-16-0) and Boston (21-10-1).
The Terriers won the East Coast Athletic Con-
ference (ECAC) to earn their berth in the tour-
ney. It will mark the 12th time BU has made
an appearance in the annual post-season event.
ONLY MICHIGAN (13) has taken to the ice
more often. The Wolverines won the first tour-
nament in 1948 and are after their eighth team
title, also a record.
BU has two championship banners to its
credit, back-to-back in 1970-71 and 71-72. The
Terriers are the last eastern team to win the
NCAA hockey crown.
BU plays an eastern style game, a lot of
skating, not a heck of a lot of hitting. The Ter-
rier's potent offense averages 5.9 goals a game
through 32 games.
THE TERRIERS have also made 262 trips to
the penalty box for a total of 559 minutes. Only
one player, Jack O'Callahan, has more than 50
minutes in penalties.
Michigan's high powered scoring machine av-
erages 5.8 goals per game through 43 games, but
the big difference is in penalties.
The whistl-e has blown on the Wolverines 325
times for a whopping 705 minutes spent in the
box. Since both teams are fairly equal in the
Ti

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Ticket information
Atie for hockey tourney
Tickets for the four NCAA Hockey Tournament games
are on sale for $6 and $5 at the Ticket Offide, at the corn'er
defensive statistics, the difference in the out of State and Hoover.
cme of the game might be the power play A LARGE NUMBER of $4 tickets go on sale before each
THE WOLVERINES show an advantage in ga , but are only sold at the Olympia in Detroit.
this area. Out of 224 power play chances, Michi- game,buaCon ly s e H mpia in D ert
WISCONSIN faces New Hampshire, the number two
gan has scored 69 goals. The stats are 50 goals Eastern seed tomorrow night at 7:30.
in 174 attempts for BUT. Esense oorwngta :0
An74 intertimt u w bTHE consolation game is Saturday afternoon at 2:00
An interesting matchup will be Michigan's All- n h iasaeltrtesm iha :0
American Dave Debol against Boston's Rick and the finals are later the same night, at 7.30.
Agera foroffnsive hbonogs BOLYMPIA spokespeople indicate that the $4 tickets will
Meagher, for offensive honors. be available at the door for each game, and if Michigan
Ameranr thee fstTraierss t e eam' Aand Wisconsin both reach the finals, a large crowd is ex
leading scorer with 73 points. Meagher is mak- .pected.
ing his fourth straight NCAA appearance with" .. . . ..
Boston.
WITH 40 GOALS, four shy of Red Berenson's
15 year record, and a record 54 assists, Debol THURSDAY SPECIAL
has an excellent shot at gaining an unheard of
100 points. ALL YOU CAN EAT
The Terriers and the Wolverines have four
common opponents. Bowling Green took a pair FRENCH FRIED FRESH SMELT
of 4-2 victories at home to send the BU on its
way to five straight losses to open the season.
The Wolverines beat the Falcons, 7-5, last Sun- PRETZEL BELL Fri & Sat Night
day to earn their NCAA berth.FN
Minnesota - Duluth split with BU, losing 7-3, RestaurantFy
then upending the Terriers 6-4. Michigan clob- 120 E. LIBERTY
bered UMI) in all four games they played.
Each team beat Brown once, Michigan 7-6 in
the Great Lakes Tournament and BU 9-2. Fin-
ally, Michigan split with RPI while BU bested
heEgeestwice.M M M A l M "

Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY
BLUE CAPTAIN Kris Manery (19 , shown here pressuring Wisconsin goalie Julian Baretta and
defenseman.John Suter (3), would like to lead the icers past Boston tonight in the NCAA semi-
finals. Should the Wolverines win, they will face the winner of the Wisconsin and New Hampshire
game, on Saturday night for the NCAA title.
NBA ROUNDUP

-ILLINOIS SCHOOL O
'ESSIONAL PSYCHOILOGY

Pistol Pete pummels Pistons

PROF

By ERNIE DUNBAR
and DAVE RENBARGER
Special To The Daily

over the initial 12 minutes they,
matched their season's low in
first quarter point production.

DETROIT - The Detroit Pis- "We were a little bit tentat-ve
tons tried, but they couldn't do at first," said Brown. "We real-
it. lv weren't running through our
They couldn't beat the cellar- offense, where in the second halfc
dwelling New Orleans Jazz, that we were."
is, finishing on the short end of Riding Maravich's scoring
a 95-89 score last night at Cobo spree the Jaz took a command-
Arena. ing 53-38 lead into the locker
Left for dead athalftime by room, stretching it to 64-45 in
their fans and trailing by as the third quarter.
many as 19 points midway The visitors dominated their
through the third quarter the hosts in every phase of theP
Pistons mounted a fast and fur- game in the first half, holding
ious fourth quarter comeback, a 37-17 rebounding edge. Thej
only to run out of gas down the Pistons connected on 36 per'
stretch. cent of their field goal at-
"We set up a play 'on a tempts. compared to the
timeout and they go out and Ja's 49 per cent clip.
don't run the play," said Pis- "You miss some shots you
ton coach Herb Brown. 'should make, you get behind:7
"That's why we're losing ball and start looking at the score
games. and then instead of getting them'
"The other reason we're los- back, you fall behind," Brown'
ing ball games is that we have commented.
to have 11 guys out there ready Rookie center Leon Douglas
to contribute every night." replacing the injured Bob Lan-?
Detroit grabbed its first lead ier scored a career high of 23
of the game. 74-72, on a 15- points to lead the Pistons. Ap-
foot jumper by little used for- plying some muscle under the
ward Al Eberhard with 7:30 left glass. Douglas also grabbed 10
to play. Eberhard keyed the late offensive rebounds to tie a Cobo
rally coming up with 10 points. Arena record.
The two teams exchanged i "I'm especially pleased with
baskets for the next six min- the play of Leon Douglas"
utes, as the lead changed hands Brown remarked. "He's been
six times. plaving very, well. He's just
Jazz guard Pete Maravich hit getting experience and playing
on a long jumper with a minute better everv time he goes .out."
left to put his team up by four The Pistons have now lost
and the Pistons were through seven of their last nine games
for the evening. and sorely miss their leader,'
Maravich single - handedly roier. who is sidelined with,
staked the Jazz to a 20 voint a boken hand.
second quarter bulge, hitting Anticinating Maravich's scor-
25 points in the first half i'i heroics, 6 810 fans turned'
alone. Eberhard and Chris ot for the contest. alternatelv;
Ford managed to cool off the honing and cheering as the for-
Pistol in the second half, lim- t1n s of the Pistons wavered.
iting the NBA's leading scor- The Pistons can iist lon arer
er to just six the rest of the *teir shoulders to find the Kan-
way. sps City Kings gaining in the
At one point Maravich was nplwoff scramble. The Kings
held scoreless for over 20 min- heat the New York Nets last
utes. night. 107-96. to move just oie
The Pistons, losers of four game behind the Pistons.
straight games, played the first "No team is just five guys
onarter as if they were in a or seven guys or nine guys."
daze. Managing only 18 points Brown said. "The team is

made up of every one of its l from c
parts, and we've got to have NA's
that every single night. I playof
think once we get that, we'll first 1
start winning again." ings.
"We've proven now that we Phila
can play defense," Brown said. out fro
"Now what we have to do is lost its
really execute on offense, which up by {
we haven't been doing lately." put the
* * * 10:23 o
TheI
Bullets bedazzle hands,
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - ing ah
Wes Unseld scored a basket dunker
and then fed Elvin Hayes for baskets
a fast-break stuff shot, enabling Barry
the Washington Bullets to cut;ahead
short a Cleveland rally and de- buzzer.
feat the Cavaliers 95-90 last !The
igh t. 1within
The injury-riddled Cavaliers, F'ree a
playing without Campy RussellI fourth
and Jim. Cleamons, closed toI State
within 79-75 after outscoring points
Washington 10-1 at the start of 108 lea
the fourth period. The stuff by Geor
Hayes, who finished with 22 points
points, put Washington ahead Julius
83-75. Smith
Cleveland rallied again in 20 eacl
the closing minutes, scoring
six consecutive points to pull
to within 92-89. But Phil Chen-
jer, who scored his 11 points _
in the second half, sank a free
throw for I Washington writh 19
seconds remaining and the only NewUri
score by Cleveland after that Washin
was a foul shot by Jim Chones Boston]
at the 12-second mark. Los Ang

clinching a berth in the.
Eastern Conference
fs and was the team's
oss in its last five out-
delphia managed to stay
nt most of the game but
advantage when a lay-
Golden State's Phil Smith
Warriors ahead 71-60 at
of the third period.
lead then twice changed
with Golden State surg-
head again 91-89 on a
by Clifford Ray. Two
s and a free throw by
pushed Golden State
96-91 at the third-period
76ers twice closed to
one on baskets byLloyd
and Julius Erving in the
quarter, before Golden
scored eight straight
to draw away to a 118-
ad.
ge McGinnis scored 34
for Philadelphia while
Erving added 28. Phil
and Jamaal Wilkes had
h for Golden State.
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NBA
City 107, New York Nets
Leans 95, Detroit 89 .
gton 95, Cleveland 90
103, Atlanta 96
eles 105, Indiana 97

Mitch upchak scored 17 Golden State 128, Philadelphia 1
points for Washington, in- Houston 109, PoNHL 104
cluding two free throws with Boston 6, Detroit 0
four seconds left, while Dick New York Rangers 5, Colorado 3
Snyder led Cleveland with 16 Buffalo 4, Cleveland 2
and Austin Carr had 15. Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1
and usti Car hadis.New York Islanders 1, Toronto I
Unseld grabbed 17 rebounds --- -- -
for Washington while Chones
had 16 for Cleveland plus three
blocked shots. . I i

96
20
(tie)

SiXers sunk
PHILDELPHIA (AP) - Rick
Barry scored a game-high 37
points last night to pace the
Golden State Warriors to a 128-
120 victory over Philadelphia.
Barry scored 31 of his points'
in the second half after being
held to six in the first.
The loss kept Philadelphia
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AIL GAMES
A Pts. Pen. PM

G Goals
Dave Debol.43
Kip Mau rer......43
Kris Manery 43
Bill Thayer 39
Dan Lerg :. 43
Rob Palmer. 43
Greg Natale........ :35
Dean Turner 43
Mike Coffman 40
John McCahill.......43
Ben Kawa.4?
Mark Miller. ..38
Dan Hoene...........42
Bill wheeler..........39
Doug Todd ..32
Dave Brennan......23
Gary Morrison ..... 36
John Waymann. 30
Rick Palmer .......4
Rod Pachoizuk .......27
Russ Blanzy......39
Frank Zimmerman .11
Verne Shaver.........4
Michigan Bench .... 43
MICHIGAN TOTALS. 432
Opponents Totals .. 432

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317
38
16
23
5
7
13
15
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6
6
10
9
3
7
1
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0
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249
201

54
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32
42
18
34
25
18
12
27
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15
15
8
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7
6
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391
332

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58
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18
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7 0 4
7 0 2
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7 0 3
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