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THE M1CHI.GAN DAILY

Thursday, June 8, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, June 8, 1972

--- -- - - - AT NHL MEETING
Bort Carleton Pulford I
MONTREAL (P)a Bob Pel
ford was named coach of the
Los Angeles Kings, Gordie Howe
was elected to the Hall of Fame
and the New York Islanders ob-
Also See tained veteran goalie D e n i s
His New DeJordy at the annual National
Selection of Hockey League meetings yester-
day
RAWHIDE Pulford signed a two-year con-
tract with General Manager Lar-
ry Regan of the Kings yesterday
ending a 16-year NHL playing
=-- - '_career.
AoNAThat leaves only the California
Also a Golden Seals and expansion New
Selection of YoricED Yok Islanders without bench
Hand Bags . _" FROM bosses, and following Tuesday's
"- i n expansion draft to stock the
new teams. General Manager
Bill Trrey of the Islanders may
not have a waiting line of anx-
CAMP S S Piois applicants.
Pulford spent the first 1
E Liberty years of his NHL career it
6Toronto before finishing up
withiLAiswhere lecaptained the
Kings the last two- seasons He
scored 1 goals last year givin
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tempt to introduce a new sys-
tein of play for the K i n g s,
"There's a great deal to do to
form a systaem," Pulford said.
"There's a lot of research to
do. Our success has to be inter-
nal. We need mutual respect be-
tween coach and players."
Pulford will be Los Angeles'
sixth coach in six seasons, mak-
ing the Kings' job one of the
less secure in the game.
Six men including alltime scor-
ing champion Howe, were named
to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Howe, who scorel 786 goals in
a 25-year playing career at De-
troit, was elected to the shrine
along with two contemporiPes.
Jean Beliveau and Bernie "Boom
Boom" Geoffrion, both formerly
of Montreal. Also elected were
"Hap" Holmes and Hooley
Smith and Weston W. Adams.
Sr.. chairman of the board of
the Boston Bruins.
Beliveau scored 504 goals in
18 seasons at Montreal and, lke
Howe, retired before the start
of last season.Both hold execu-
tire posts witalatheir old ctiihs
and the usual five-year waiting
period following retirement was
o aived for both of thern
Torrey moved to improve his
fledging team by landing De-
Jordy and four other players
fromciMaintreal. Dejoidy. swho
willhe :34 in Novebei, split
list season between Los An-
geles and Montreal, playing a
total of only 12 gaiues.
Ritht crings Tonya Feather-
Ansicers
The answers to "Most f r e-
quently posed Sports questions"
which appeared in yesterday's
Daily are as follows:
1. Lou Gehrig, June 23, 1930.
2. Never.
3. Bobby J o n e s and Jack
Nicklaus (Jones in 1926 and '29,
Nicklaus in 1916 and '71).
4. 156,532 for a soccer match
in Rio de Janeiro. (anyone get
that one?)

stone and Murray Anderson, who
played in the American Hockey
League last season, and ama-
teurs Alex Campbell and Glen
Resch, who played with Muske-
gon of the International League
last season, also went to the Is-
landers for what Torrey term-
ed "cash and other considera-
tions.
One of the last major pieces
of business for the assembled
NHL executivs to consider is
the awarding of two new franch-
ises. Ten bidders representing
eight cities are anxiously await-
log the decision of the gover-
nors.
Cards obtain
Segni; Yanks
Blasingaine
RT y The Associated PressLoi
ST. LOUISH The St. Lauss
Cardinals announced yesterday
the purchase of veteran right-
hander Diego Segui from 'he
Oakland A's, in a straight cash
transaction.
The 33-year-old Segui. a vet-
'sass of 11 muajora leagume seasonsi.
had a 0 Irecoi d and an a a'
ed run average of 3.86 in sx
games with the A's this sea-son.
Serving as both starter and
reliever, Segui posted a 10-8 re-
cord last seasonand before that
was 12-6 for the nows-detooct
Seattle Pilots of 1969.
0 NEW YORK - The N e w
York Yankees acquired pitcher
Wade Blasingame from the Hous-
ton Astros yesterday for a slay-
er to be named later.
Blasingame, who is in his 10h
major league season, had a 9-11
record with the National League
Astros last year, when he ap-
peared in 30 games and pitched
158 innings. He has no won-loot
record this year in 10 gains
with Houston.

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