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Thursdoy, December 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine I

Thursday, December 4, 1975 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Pogt Nine

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Lakers sink.Pistons;
Bulls bounce Boston
By The Associated Press Love broke a 103-103 tie with" with 1:25 left in the third period.
DETROIT - Kareem Abdul- a basket and, after Dave Cow- The lead then changed hands
Jabbar and Cazzie Russell pro- ens missed one of two free three times before Philadelphia
vided the scoring punch and throws, hit with another for a wound up the quarter ahead by
Abdul-Jabbar the d e f e n s i v e 107-104 lead. 72-69 on successive field goals
strength the Los Angeles Lakers Bob Wilson added 20 points by Clyde Lee and Coniel Nor-
needed last night to snap the for Chicago, while Cowens had man.
Detroit Pistons five-game Na- 26 for Boston. McGinnis led the 76ers as they
tional Basketball Association * * * took command by running off
winning streak, 118-110. Pfseven straight points opening
Russell pumped in 31 points the fourth quarter to lead 79-69.
while Jabbar had 29 points along PHILADELPHIA-George Mc-!
with 21 rebounds and a Cobo Ginnis scored 27 points as the ~s a e
Arena record of 11 blocked shots Philadelphia 76ers rallied in the sca re
for the Lakers, who scored only fourth quarter to defeat the New
their third road victory in 11 Orleans Jazz 102-94 in a Na- Tennessee
tries this season to go with their tional Basketball Association
11-0 record at home. game last night. O O .
The Lakers, after blowing an The Jazz made up a 20-point80
11-point lead early in the second deficit in the second quarter and
quarter and falling behind by as gained the lead at 67-66 on two From Wire Service Reports
many as seven in the third pe- free throws by James McElroy DURHAM, N.C.-Ernie Grun-
riod, finally caught the Pistons - feld converted a three-point play
at 87-all early in the fourth Asa Morris of St. Louis and with 42 seconds left to trigger
period. Marty Piriano of Syracuse, eighth - ranked Tennessee past
Then Russell, guard Don Free- N.Y., rolled 300 games in the fired-up Duke 86-80 in college
man and Abdul-Jabbar took 1975 ABC bowling tournament. basketball last night.
over as the Lakers outscored Grunfeld, who finished with 17
Detroit 21-6 to put the game out . points, drove to the hoop for an
of reach. easy layup on a pass from Ber-
of reach. * SC R ESnard King after Duke had cut
the Volunteers' lead to 81-80 on
Love story - a Tate Armstrong basket with
College Basketball 1:2 remaining.
BOSTON-Bob Love scored 35 Tennessee 86, Duke so01123
Wisconsin 87, North Dakota State 79 The Vols meet Michigan in
pibutthe CMaryland 99, DePauw 42 Knoxville Saturday night.

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had to stave off a iurious fourth-
period Boston Celtics rally lastI
night for a 109-106 NBA victory.
Jo Jo White scored 14 of his
31 points in the last period as
the Celtics trimmed a nine-point
Chicago lead only to fall to a
pair of Love baskets in the last
minute.1

AP Photo
THE BOSTON CELTICS' Dave Cowens (center) and Chicago Bulls' Cliff Pondexter (left)
battle for the rebound as the Bulls' Steve Patterson looks on in last night's NBA action at
the Boston Garden. Chicago withstood a late s irge by the Celtics to win 109-106.

CAPS., SABRES TIE

Kansas City out-scouts Habs

By The Associated Press YVON COURNOYER scored5
KANSAS CITY-Wilf Paiement with 4:12 remaining in the pe-
scored three goals, the first riod, but Paiement, assisted by
Kansas City Scout ever to do so, Guy Charron, found the net for
and powered the Scouts to a 6-5 the Scouts.
NationalHo HkevLe agu wo st

of the Montreal Canadiens last
night.
THE TRIUMPH o v e r the
heavily - favored Canadiens wasa
another first for the erratic
Scouts.
The Scouts blitzed the Cana-
diens 3-0 in the first period as
Robin Burns scored his first of
two goals 3:57 into the match.
The Scouts' next two go1.. I
came in a 31-second span, Craig3
Patrick striking unassisted and
Paiement following with assists
from Patrick and Gary Berg-
man.,
The second period was domi-
nated by the Canadiens. Steve
Shutt tallied with 6:40 left in
the period on Montreal's 32ndI
power play goal of year. Yvon
Lambert followed with the Cana-
diens' second goal, but Burns
answered 16 seconds later, mak-
ing it 4-3.

In a wild finale, Montreal
scored on a power play by Lam-
bert and a finesse shot by
Jacques Lemaire. But amid the
two was Paiement's third goal
of the night and his seventh in
five games, which insured the
Scouts' surprising victory.
* * *
North Stars assisted
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - An
inadvertant bounce of the puck
gave the Minnesota North Stars
a third-period tie, and then
Fred Barrett blasted in the tie-
breaking goal that lifted the
Stars to a 3-1 National Hockey
League victory over the Toronto
Maple Leafs last night.
Barrett's goal, the first by a
Minnesota defenseman in 22
games this season, came from
a point 'slap shot at 3:07 of the
third period.
The North Stars had tied the

game 16 seconds into the period Donald at 10:06.
when Toronto defenseman Dave * *
Dunn attempted to clear the:
puck from in front of goalie Caps, Sabres tie
Wayne Thomas. But the puckM
struck Maple Leaf defenseman LNOEM.-Nlo
Borje Salming and plopped into Pyatt scored twice and rookie
the net. John Paddock netted his first;
National Hockey League goal as
BILL GOLDSWORTHY w a s the Washington Capitals played
credited with his 11th goal on the Adams Division leading,
the play, and he also got the Buffalo Sabres to a 4-4 tie last
insurance goal with 1:21 to play night.
on a breakaway after, passes U
from Barrett. and Dennis Hex- BUFFALO'S Jerry Korab
tall. scored the game-tying goal on
a 55-foot sinnshot at 5:53 of the
The Maple Leafs, built a 1-0 final per .e after Caps' goalie
lead after two periods on a Bernie Wolfe stopped a volley-
shorthanded goal by Lanny Mc-'I of Sabres shots.

Bucknell 66, Penn .64
Princeton 60, Navy 55
E. Michigan 78, Cleveland St. 70
Massachusetts 99, Harvard 87
N.C. State 117, E. Carolina 81
S. Carolina 84, Toledo 64
Kalamazoo 85, Hilsdale 76
Saginaw Valley 80, Alma 72
W. Michigan 77, Wis.-Parkside 74
Lake Superior State 69,
N. Michigan 67
Miami 66, Dayton 55
Alabama 78, LaSalle 57
Hope Col. 72, Concordia, Ill. 71
NBA
Houston 107, Seattle 101
Philadelphia 102, New Orleans 94
Ni.,waukee 114, Portland 92
Los Angeles 118, Detroit 110
Chicago 109, Boston 106
ABA
Indiana 113, Kentucky 100
Virginia 114, St. Louis 112
NHL
Buffalo 4, Washington 4, tie
Kansas City 6, Montreal 3.
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 3, tie
Minnesota 3, Toronto 1
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CINCINNATI - "I may be
selfish," admitted Woody'
Hayes, "but I'm not conceited."
That was part of the Ohio
State footbal coach's answer to
the question of whether retire-
ment might look appealing if
the Buckeyes win the Rose
Bowl and the national cham-
pionship this season.
"It would be if I were a
man of conceit," Woody re-
plied at a Cincinnati alumni
club gathering. "I'm not.
"But," the 62-year-old coach
who is winding up his 25th year
at Ohio State went on, "I'm
proud of the program I've built
at Ohio State.
"I'll know when it'll be time
for me to retire. It'll come
when I find I'm not capable of
doing a good job.
"I'm not as conceited as most
people think-that I'd have to
go out on a great victory. I'm
not going to be quick to
relinquish it, the job - not
until I'm sure I can't handle it

anymore."
H Hayes, however, preferred to
talk about his two-time Heis-
man Trophy winner - Archie
Griffin.
Is the 5-9, 185-pounder big
enough for the pros?
"Sure," snapped Woody.
Would he be better suited for
a position other than running
back in the pros?
"Arch? He'll run the damn
football and don't you forget
that.
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Thurs., Dec. 4, 4:00 p.m.
Rackhom Lecture Hall
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