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Thursday, June 13, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Thursday, June 13, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Two ADDED, TWO STAFFED

Major League Leaders

NHL
From Wire Service Reports
Major League hockey, a sport
whose franchises have been
multiplying like rabbits, added
some snore cities in action to-
day at the NHL summer meet-
ings in Montreal.
New to the National hockey
league are the cities of Denver
and Seattle, both of which have
been granted franchises effec-
tive for the 1976-77 season. While
these two were admitted to the
club, the Konsas City Scouts
and the Washington Capitals,
who begin operation this fall,
filled their rosters with culls
from the established clubs.
The announcement of the ad-
dition of the two new clubs was
made by Clarence Campbell,
NHLt president, just before he
began conducting the expan-
sion draft.
The addition of the two teams
will bring the NHIL to a four-
division, 20team league in 1976.
it also will put an end to the
Western Hockey League as an
entity the same year, with sev-
eral of the clubs possibly mov-
isg to the Central' Hockey
league.
Meanwhile, in another room,
goalies went rapidly as the
Scouts and Capitals filled their.
rosters. Michel Plasse of the
;Montreal Canadiens and Pete
Mcl~uffe of the New York Rang-
ers went to Kansas City, while
Washington tabbed Toronto's
Ron Low, and Michel Belhu-
nesr of the Philadelphia Fly-
ers.
Each of the existing 16 NHIL
teams was allowed to protect 15
skaters and two goalies from
tbe draft by the Scouts and
('apitals. The draft was a
claim - and - fill affair in which
the clubs that lot players were
allowed to add other exposed
players to their protected list.
After the four goalies were
selected, the new teams moved
into the draft of skaters. Kan-
NEW WORLD FILM COOP:
DOUBLE FEATURE!

expands
sas City picked first, selecting
forward Simon Nolet from the
Flyers.
Washington's first selection
was forward Dave Kryskow
from Chicago.
The' Body Count
Kansas City
Gosslies -- Michel Plasse, Pe-
ter McDuffe. Defeasemen -
Brent Hughes, Paul Terbenche,
Chris Evans, Brian Lefley, Ker-
ry Ketter, Ken Murray, Dennis
Patterson. Forwards - Simon
Nolet, Butch Deadnmarsh, Gary
Coalter, Gary Croteau, Randy
Rota, John Wright, Lynn Powis,

itself
Ted Snell, Robin Burns, Tom
Peluso, Normand Dube, Rich-
ard Lemieux, Dave Hudson, Ed
Gilbert, Doug Horbul.
Washington
Goalies. - Ron Low, Michel
Belhumeur. Defensemen --Yvon
Labre, Gordon Smith, Joe Lun-
drigan, Mike Bloom, Bill Mik-
kelson, Lorry Bolonchuck, Mur-
ray Anderson. Forwards --Dave
Kryskow, Pete Laframbolse,
Bob Gryp, Steve' Atkinson,
Bruce Cowick, Deals Dupere,
Randy Wyrozub, Gordon Brooks,
Bob Collyard, Ron Anderson,
Mike Lamspman, Low Morrison,
Steve West, Larry Fulln, Jock
Egers.

Player Club G An Rg1H Pet.
Carew Min 53 2os 34 85 .388
lt.Jaeksoa Oak 51 554 37 695 .375
Oliva Mis 46 172 14 57 .331
Blomaberg NY 44 136 22 44 .324
Ruda Oak 56 221 27 71 .321
BRoblason B~al 54 204 156 4 .320
PKeny chi 4s 563 24 52 .319
Bsando Oak 44 138 30 44 .319
Yastrzemski ass 57 594 39 462 .310
Burronghs Tex 57 228 35 72 .316
Home Rons
W. Horton, D)etroit, 1a; R. Jaek-
son, Oakland, 11t;1. Allen, Chsicago,
l3t Burroughs, Texas, 13; Briggs,
Milwaukee, 12; G. Nettles, New
York, 12; Mayberry, Kansas City,
12.
RunssBatied In
Busroughss, Texas, a5; R. Jaekson,
Oakland, 43; Rsudl, Oakland, 42; D.
Allen, Chiceaio, 41; Mayberry, Kan-
sas City, 40.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G An R H Pet.
Garre Atl 58 251 35 95 .378
It. Smith 511. 54 204 35 76 .373
Gross Hls 5 178 31 61 .343
Mladdox SF 58 236 38 78 .331
0. Cash Phi 58 238 41 78 .328
Zisk Pgh 49 143 26 53 .325
Buekner L.A 52 205 28 66 .322
W. Davis Mon 49 202 28 65 .322
Garvey LA 59 244 41 78 .320
Morgan Cin 56 202 37 64 .317
Home Runss
Wynn, Los Angeles, 17; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 14; Bench, Cineinnati,
12; Cedeno, Houston, 12; Garvey, Los
Angeles, 12.
RusHatted Is
Wynn, Los Angeles, 52; R. Smith,
St. Louis, 51; Garvey, Los Angeles,
51; Cedeno, Houston, 40; Cey, Los
Angeles, 45.

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