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Wednesday, January21, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nina

Wednesday, January 21, 1976 THE MICHtGAN DAILY Page Nine

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By The Associated Press I
PHILADELPHIA - Montreal's'
Pete Mahovlich and Guy La-
fleur each scored a goal and'
had five assists between them
as the Wales Conference with-
stood a furious third-period
rally and defeated the Camp-
bell Conference 7-S last night in
the National Hockey League's!
29th annual All-Star Game.
The W a l e s Conference,
coached by Buffalo's Floyd
Smith, broke a 1-1 tie at 18:31
of the first period on a goal
by Mahovlich. Boston's Brad
Park made it 3-1 just 29 sec-
onds later and the Wales Con-
ference went on to build a 7-1
lead before the Campbells,
c o a c h e d by Philadelphia's
Fred Shero, rallied.
The Wales outshot the Camp-
bell Conference 32-24, scoring
their trio of first-period goals
against goalie Glenn Resch of
the New York Islanders and
four on Wayne Stephenson of
the host Philadelphia Flyers in
a 71-% mite stretch of the sec-
ond period.
Montreal's Ken Dryden sur-,
renderd the Campbell's first
goal in the opening period on a
back-hander by Atlanta wing
Curt Bennett. Dryden's relief,

dumps

Campbe

Toronto goalie Wayne Thomas,
yielded the fastest two goals in
All-Star history 10 seconds apart
in the third period, both by I
Vancouver's D e n n i s Verver-
gaert. I
The Wales Conference ap-
peared to have the game well
in hand until Ververgaert's
quick goals. But the Campbells
closed the gap when Denis Pot-
vin of the New York Islanders
scored at 14:17 and Steve Vick-
ers of the New York Rangers
followed with a goal 29 seconds
later.

The Wales Conference went
ahead 1-0 at 6:01 of the first
period when Mahovlich threw
the puck between the legs of.
Chicago defenseman Phil Rus-I
sell to Buffalo's Rick Martin,I
who slapped it past Resch from
the left circle.j
The Campbells tied it atj
16:59 when the Flyers' Moose
Dupont passed the puck fromI
the left boards to Bennett, who
was parked just to the left of
Dryden and back-handed it
into the far corner.
At 18:31, however, Montreal's

Guy Lapointe shot from the left
point, the puck glancing off Ma-
hovlich's stick past the startled
Resch to give the Wales Confer-
ence a lead it never lost.
Twenty-nine seconds later it
was 3-1 as Park slapped a shot
from the top of the right circle
between Resch's pads.
Stephenson replaced Resch at
9:18 of the second and 16 sec-
onds later the scoring barrage
against him began when Cali-
fornia's Al MacAdams fired
home a rebound from the slot
to make it 4-1.

At 11:54, Mahovlich passed to
Lafeur behind the Campbell de-
fense and he blasted a 30-footer
past Stephenson. Before the
period ended, Marcel Dionne of
Los Angeles scored unassisted
and Detroit's Dan Maltney lit
the light from in close to boost
the lead to 7-1.
Before the third period start-
ed, many in the sellout crowd
of 17,077 headed for the exits.
But the Campbells suddenly
came alive and turned the rout
into a contest.

CAVS CLUB CELTS

Pistons

burn

Bullets

AP Photo
GUY LaPOINTE (5) of Montreal and the Wales Conference tries to move past Philadelphia
Flyer" Reggie Leach (27) of the Campbell Conference in the first period of last night's Na-
l-Hockey League All-Star game in Philadelphia. LaPointe scored a goal late in the period
Tes went on to win 7-5.

61-58 IN EAST LANSING:

Women cagers nip MSU

By The Associated Press
LANDOVER, Md. - Archie
Clark scored all 12 of his points
in the fourth quarter last night
to lead the Detroit Pistons to a!
come-from-behind 114-107 victory
over the Washington Bullets.
Clark, who played three years
with the Bullets, scored 10
straight points as the Pistons
increased their lead from 101-98
to 111-105 with 1:19 to play.
Lindsay Hariston, a fourth-
round draft choice from Mich-
igan State, scored a career high
25 points and grabbed 11 re-
bounds in a relief role for the
Pistons.
The Bullets' P h i 1 Chenier
scored 16 points in the first
quarter, 11 in the second period,
then failed to score in the sec-
ond half. He still wound up as
,the game's top scorer with 27
points, one more than team-
mate Elvin Hayes.
The Bullets led 64-58 at half-
time, but the Pistons tied it at
the end of the third period 86-
86. Detroit pulled, ahead mid-
way through the fourth period
when John Mengelt score 10
points in the first six minutes.
He finished with 19.

Bingo hits
CLEVELAND-The Cleveland
Cavaliers used Bobby Smith's
24 points and a tenacious de-
fense to beat the Boston Celtics
98-85 last night in the .National
Basketball Association.
The Celtics scored the first
four points of the second period
to grab their biggest lead of the
night, 30-22, but the Cavaliers
quickly rallied.
With Smith scoring a couple
of fast breaks and Boston turn-
ing the ball over several times,,
Cleveland grabbed the lead 51-
45 at the half and didn't trail

the rest of the way. quarter and scored 19 points, in-
Cleveland put it away on five cluding 15 in the fourth quarter,
quick points, by Cazzie Russell to lead the Atlanta Hawks. to
in the last minute. their third straight victory, a
John Havlicek led Boston with 100-86 decision over the Chicago
21 points, 17 in the first half, Bulls in a National Basketball
and White added 18. Russell Association game last night.
came up with 15 points, includ-
ing eight in the final period. The Bulls, who lost their
The victory was Cleveland's fourth game in a row and be-
second in a= row and ended a came the first NBA team to
three-game winning string for lose 30 this season, started their
Boston. 14th different lineup, all to no

t

Ha~wks soalr
CHICAGO-Lou Hudson came
off the bench late in the third

Hudson led all scorers with 19.
while John Laskowski had 18 to
lead the Bulls.

Special To The Daily They realized their mistakes I
against Wayne State and cor-
With a second and a half to rected them."
go, and Michigan ahead, by Four players scored in dou-
one, Wolverine .Melinda Fertig ble figures., Lydia Sims was:
canned two free throws to make the high scorer with 16 points,
it 61-58 and capture a long- Melinda Fertig was second with
awaited victory over MSU in 14, Terry Conlin third with 13,
East Lansing last night. while Kathy Young collected 10.
Coach Carmel Borders said,
"The team finally decided to MICHIGAN built up a sub-
hustle and play aggressive ball. stantial lead in the first half

and led by 11 points at half,
time. Things evened up how-
ever, when Michigan was held
scoreless for 6 minutes.
"We had a cold spot there
for awhile," said Borders. "We
weren't scoring, and MSU
slowly chiseled away at our
lead. We managed to hold on
in the last part though. It wasl
an exciting ending."
Both offense and defense were

much improved over last week.
"Our fast break worked espe-1
cially well," said Borders.
"There was a lot more gutsy
play tonight. We were attack-
ing, which is something that
was lacking last week."
Team rebounds increased
from 35 'in last week's game to
a total of 50, 16 coming compli-
ments of Terry Conlin.
"We blocked out on the
boards and blocked out on re-
bounds for a change," said
Borders.

THURSDAY-January 22
12-1 p.m.-SCHORLING AUD., School of Education
"HIGHER EDUCATION and the AMERICAN DREAM:
The Equal Opportunity Myth"
4-5 p.m.-GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe
"MARXISM and RADICAL RELIGION-Toward
a Revolutionary Humanism"
JOHN C. RAIN-ES

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Stram to coach Saints

Michigan Basketball Stats

y TheAMSeelats Pie
NEW ORLEANS - The New
Orleans Saints yesterday an-
nounced the signing of Hank
Stram to a five-year contract
worth "in excess of $1 million!'
as head coach of the National
Football League team.
Straim's selection as the Saints'
next coach has been professional
football's worst kept secret for
more than a month.
"Hank and I have been talk-
ing- for four months," said
Saints owner John Mecom Jr.
"We've talked to a number of
ether coaches, both in the col-

Colombia city last Nov. 16.
Authorities said she was found
to be carrying 450 grams of
cocaine hidden between her
legs shortly before she was
scheduled to board a plane
for Miami.
Miss Martin pleaded innocent
and said she had been obliged
to carry the cocaine ,to Miami.
She also accused the customs
officials who arrested her with
attempted rape.
* * *
Bias charged

state's new State Office of Flear-
ing Examiners.
William Wilson, state com-
missioner of human rights,
said the matter was turned
over to the examiners after
conciliation talks broke down
between his department and
the university.
The Department of Human
Rights alleged that Bill Cofield,
an assistant coach for the Uni-
versity of Virginia, was not
chosen for the Minnesora job
because he is black. Dutcher,
an assistant at the University
of Michigan, was chosen Sept.
12.
Cofield has said he believes
he was treated fairly during the
selection process, and Minne-
sota Athletic Director Paul Giel
denies discrimination was a
factor.

Green
Hubbard
Robinson
Grote
Britt
Baxter
Thompson
Hardy
Bergen
Jones
Staton
Schinnerer
Lillard
Team Total
Opponents

FCC
107-205
93-175
74-126
67-131'
76-146
40-72
30-66
14-25
6-13
3-8
1-3
0-0
513-971
425-864

Pct
.529
.531
.587
.511
.521
.555
.454
.500
.462
1.000
.375
.333
.000
.525
.492

FT Pct
45-56 .804
28-42 .667
42-51 .823
28-38 .721
14-20 .700
14-18 .823'
8-12 .667
2-10 .200
9-10 .900
1-2 .500
1-2 .500
1-2 .500
0-0 .000
193-262 .737
220-302 .727

R
46
142
108
37
56
14
53
10
16
0
1
2
2
530
487

Ave
3.3
10.1
7.7
2.6
4.0
1.0
3.8
0.7
1.5
0.0
0.1
0.4
0.7
37.9
34.8

A
63
18
37
60
63
23
14
7
4
0
4
1
0
294
226

Pts
259
214
190
170
166
94
68
30
21
5
7
3
0
1219
1060

Ave
18.5
15.3
13.6
12.1
11.9
6.7
4.9
2.1
1.9
1.7
0.8
0.6
0.0
87.1
75.7

Prof. Temple Univ.,

Dept. of Religion

OFFICE OF ETHICS AND RELIGION-3204 UNION-764-7442

WLIIGI 96MMAIVO~~, U aalLi ~
lege and professional ranks ,MINNEAPOLIS - An allega-
and the best man has emerg- tion that a black was a victim of
ed. His record speaks for it. discrimination when he scught
self." . the University of Minne:,ota
Sra, fhead basketball coaching posi-
Strain, former Kansas City tion now held by former Michi-
Chiefs' coach, called the Saints Igan coach Jim Dutcher will be
past "the premier job in the argued March 29 befare the
NFL." He said his first order -
of business would be getting a

-SCORES
NBA
Detroit 114, Washington 107
Cleveland 98, Boston 85
Buffalo 112, Phoenix 103
New York 107, Portland 104
Atlanta 100, Chicago 86
Philadelphia 111, Milwaukee 108
Golden state 116,
Kansas City-Omaha 103
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Kansas 68, Iowa St. 60
Arizona St. 71, USC 69

staff of assistant coaches to-
gether.
Martin convicted
BARRANQUILLA, ColuImbia~
Kelly Ann Martin, 22, daaghter
of New York Yankees' and for-
mer Detroit manager Billy Mar-
tin, was convicted yesterday of
trafficking in d'ugs by a wili-
tary tribunal and the prosecutor
demanded a six-year prison sen-
tence.
Lt. Col. Alfonso Martinez Po-
veda, acting as prosecutor for
the tribunal which convicted.
Miss Martin, did not receive an
immediate response to his de-
mand for the prison term. Sen-
tencing was expected to be im-
imposed within a day or two.
Miss Martin was arrested at
the airport of this Northern
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