THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, May 14, 1971
t ;Ias Hawks win, 2-0
CHICAGO (A'' - Goaltender
Tony Esposito, guarding Chi-
cago's net as if it were full of
fragile glassware, shut out
Montreal 2-0 last night in the
--ypivotal fifth game of the Na-
tional Hockey League Stanley
The victory gave the Black
N Hawks a 3-2 edge in the best-
of-7 series which returns to
- Montreal for Sunday's national-
ly-televised sixth game. If a
a '9s seventh is needed, it will be
played in Chicago next Tuesday
Espoaito blocked 31 Canadien
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ahota to record his second shut-
out the playoffs. The Black
z. > Hawks helped out with some
Y. tight checking, harrassing Mont-
real forwards all night.
&> _Cliff Koroll and Dennis Hull
' provided the offense for Chi-
* cago, each scoring a goal on a
picture feed from the other.
3 Both goals were perfect plays
and they had to be to beat
Montreal's Ken Dryden, who
Asociated Press played another strong game in
T ithe Canadiens' nets.
Nti' e strokes and you're out Hull, Bobby's kid brother,
Golf great Ben Hogan makes an approach shot to the seventh opened the s c o r i n g midway
through the first period with
green yesterday in the Houston Champions International tourney, Montreal's Henri Richard in the
five holes before he withdrew, 11 over par. Hogan, 58, shot a nine penalty box for hooking. Koroll
on the par-three fourth hole. "I'm sorry, fellows", he said. made the play, carrying down
Catfish, Athletics rout Royals
the right side just outside Dry-
The puck and Hull's stick ar-
rived at the same spot almost at
the same time. Dryden, with
cat-like reflexes, sprung to pro-
tect the open corner and his
skate covered the puck a mo-
ment too late as the rubber
spurted just over the line.
Esposito protected that slim
lead until halfway through the
next period when the Hawks
This time it was Koroll finish-
ing off the play after Stan Miki-
ta had dug the puck out from
behind the net and fed Dennis
Hull who relayed to Koroll for
the 20 footer.
That was all the scoring there
was to be as Esposito and Dry-
den shut the door through the
last half of the game.
The Canadiens outshot Chi-
cago in every period but Espo-
sito held them off and that was
Canonero II to be in dark;
BALTIMORE (N) - Canonero
II will be in the dark briefly
tomorrow but his trainer was
confident yesterday that the
colt will see the Preakness fin-
ish line first just as he did in
the Kentucky Derby.
The oddsmakers though had
a show-me attitude about Ca-
nonero II who, because he is a
nervous colt, will be blindfold-
ed to be put into the starting
The Derby winner was listed
at 6-1 for the second race of the
Tiple Crown series while Frank
J. Caldwell's Jim French, the
Derby runner-up was made the
early favorite at 5-. Peter Kis-
a's Executioner, who skipped
the Derby, was listed at 4-1 and
Calumet Farm's Eastern Fleet,
the fourth Derby finisher, was
put at 5-1.
"He's reany to run another
big race," said trainer Juan Ar-
ias after Canonero II, owned by
Venezuelan Edgar Caibett, and
eight other 3-year-olds were en-
tered for the 96th Preakness.
This brought the field to 11.
Jim French and William A. Le-
By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY - Jim "Cat-
fish" Hunter tossed a six-hitter
for his sixth consecutive victory
as the Oakland A's struck for
five runs in the fifth inning and
defeated the Kansas City Royals
6-3 last night.
Mike Epstein's two-run single
keyed the fifth inning 'iprising
as the A's chased Kansas City
starter Wally Bunker sod scored
five times before a ba3tter was
Hunter, who was nicked for a
EVANSTON (AP) - Michigan
started fast in its defense of the
BigrTen tennis championship
by scoring 87 points in the open-
ing day of play at Northwestern.
Michigan State and Indiana
tied for second with 73 points
and Illinois was fourth with 70.
Michigan's lone setback came
in No. 5 singles, where Kevin
Senich lost to Steve Houghton of
Iowa 6-3, 6-2.
pair of unearned runs in the
fourth after retiring the first
nine Royals in order, .inished
strong -to bring his pitching
record to 6-2.
Dick Green opened the fifth
with a single and beat the throw
to second on Hunter's tap to sec-
ond baseman Cookie Rojas.
Bunker, 2-3, walked Bert Cam-
paneris, filling the bases, and
Joe Rudi singled off the pitch-
er's glove for one run.
Epstein then greeted 'eliever
Tom Burgmeier with a singly
for two more, giving the A's a 4-2
lead. Run - scoring singles by
Tommy Davis and Sal Bando
completed the rally.
MILWAUKEE - H o r a c e
Clark's triple and Jake Gibbs'
double gave the New York Yan-
kees a 10th-inning run and a 4-3
victory over the Milwaukee
Brewers yesterday. It was the
Yankees' fifth straight triumph.
The Brewers had tied it in the
ninth inning after Danny Walton
singled, John Briggs Kent in to
run, was sacrificed to second and
scored on Phil Roof's single.
Reds get Bull Ferrara
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnasi1
Reds announced yesterday tney
have obtained outfielder Al
"Bull" Ferrara from the Sin
Diego Padres in a trade for An-
gel Bravo, an outfielder sent
earlier this year to the Indianp-
polis Indians of the Anerican As-
to come baek after walkout
KANSAS CITY (P) - Outfield-
er Carl Taylor, who was sus-
pended Wednesday night when
he removed himself from the
Kansas City lineup after the fifth
inning of the game at Baltimore
contacted the Royals yesterday.
In a telephone call from his
home in Sarasota, Fla. Taylor
told Cedric Tallis,, Royals gener-
al manager, he hoped to take
care of personal matters and re-
turn to Kansas City within a few
Tallis and Manager Bob Lem-
on said Taylor had been subject-
ed to severe personal problems,
Orr inks three
Happy-go-lucky Johnny Orr usually looks a
little worse than his normal smiling self around
this time since it is the pressure days of re-
cruiting. But Orr's grin started to return yester-
day when he announced that three top pros-
pects, C. J. Kupec, Doug Ashworth and J oh n
Kantner, would be playing their basketball for
the Michigan freshman next year.
Kupec, 6-8, 235 and capable of playing either
forward or center, led his Oaklawn, Illinois
team to the state finals and won the Most
Valuable Player honor in the tournament. He
was both Illinois All-State and All-American
in addition to gaining Academic All-American
recognition as he ranks number 21 in a class
of over 500 students. -
During the Illinois state tourney Kupec per-
sonally destroyed the fine front line of Proviso
East, the number one team in the state, and
easily won a personal duel with Owen Brown
of LaGrange, who is Lefty Dreisell's top recruit
Ashworth is also a front line man, being a
6-6 forward. He played his high school ball at
Beaver Creek high in Xenia, Ohio and gained
top prep stars
All-State honors while averaging 21 points per
game. For his three year career he averaged 18
points and 14 rebounds, leading his team in both
categories every year he played. During, that
time Beaver Creek twice went to the District
Finals, once losing to Dayton Chaminade, one
of whose stars was Terry Tyler of this year's
frosh, and the other time to Dayton Dunbar.
Kantner is also from Ohio, having played his
ball at Whitmer in Toledo. A guard who is only
6-1, Kantner is a deadly shooter who averaged
36.3 to lead the tate and finished his career
as the fifth best scorer in Ohio's history. He,
like Ashworth, was All-State and also honorable
But Orr, Fred Snowden and Dick Honig still
have work left and can't rest. They are still
after Kevin Grevey, the Southwest Player of
the Year in Ohio, Maurice Lucas and Ricky Cole-
man of Pittsburgh Schenley's Pennsylvania state
champs and the two best players in Michigan,
Lindsay Hairston of Detroit Kettering and Mich-
ael C. Russell of Pontiac.
Who was that last one?
including an illness in the fanii-
Tallis said Taylor would be
welcomed by management and
the players if he is in a proper
frame of mind to play baseball.
Taylor burned his sweatshirt
after the game and left the club-
house Wednesday night.
"He is worried about his
mother, who is critically ill,"
Tallis said. "He is worried about
Tallis also said "He's not mad
at the club, he's not mad at
Manager Bob Lemon."
Lemon suspended the player
after the incident but the Royals
said they were making no move
to fill the vacancy on their ros-
Taylor figured in another inci-
dent in the first game of the ser-
ies with Baltimore. He charged
in to make a diving catch of a
fly ball and walked off the field
thinking he had made the third
putout. When the umpire ruled
the ball had been trapped Tay-
lor became enraged and ran to-
ward the umpire. His team-
mates rushed to protect the um-
pire and Cookie Rojas, Royals'
infielder was knocked to the
ground by Taylor in the excite-
In describing the incident in
the Baltimore locker room Tal-
lis said Taylor burned personal
"It wasn't his uniform or any-
thing that was issued by the
club. He burned his personal
sweatshirt. I'm sure it was just
because he was upset at him-
Taylor, 27, played with St.
Louis last year, batting .249 in
104 games. Used sparingly this
year, he was batting .200 before
Wednesday night's game when
he was hitless in two attempts.
vin's Bold Reason, third in the
Derby, had previously been en-
If all 11 start, each under 126
pounds, the 1 3-16-mile second
race of the Triple Crown series
will be worth $189,900, with
$137,400 to the winner.
Post time is 4:40 p.m., Ann
Arbor time, with television cov-
erage from 4-5 p.m. on channel
2 in Detroit and radio coverage
from 4:15 to 4:45 p.m., on WJR,
Sound Off, winner of a re-
cent Preakness Prep, will break
from the N. 1 pst under Chuck
Baltazar while Jim French will
start from the outside under
Angel Crdero Jr. Gustave Avila
will take Canonero II out of the
No. 9 gate.
PP Horse Jockey Prob. Odds
1. Ssound Off Baitazar 10-1
2. Limit to Reason Velasquez 15-1
3. Impetuosity Guerin 10-1
4. VegassVie Hartacka 20-
5. Eastern Fleet Mape 5-I
6. Executioner Vasquez 4-1
7. Bod Reason Cruguet 8-1
8. Royal J D Belmonte 30-1
9. Canonero II Avila 6-1
10. Spouting Horn Kurtz 30-1
11. Jim French Cordero 5-2
Owners - 1, Gustave Ring. 2,
Brokmeade Sable. 3, Wendell P.
Rossa. 4, Fritz-Sechrest. 5, Cal-
met Farm. 6, October House Farm. s
7, William A. Levin. 8, J. McCloy
Davis. 9, Edgar Caibett. 10, Walter
D. Fletcher. 11, Frank J. Cald-
Weights - 126 pounds each.
Geros Value - $189,900. Value to
winner $137,400. geoosd $3,0001.
Third $15,000. Fourth $7,500.
Probable post time - 4:40 p.m.
.y'Major League Ro
W L Pet. GBn
Boston 19 10 .65 -
Baltimore 10 12 .600 1%
New York 15 14 .517 4
Detroit is is .o00 44_
Washington 13 11 .419 7
Cleveland 10 20 .333 9
Oakland 23 12 .657 -
Caliona 17 17 .500 5
Minnesota 16 16 .500 5%
Kansas City 16 17 .485 6
Mlwakee - 12 17 .414 8
Chicago 12 \18 .400 8Y2,
Few York 4, Milwaukee 3, 10 inn.
Oakland 5, Kansas City 2
Other clubs not scheduled.
Milwaukee at Calfornia
Oakland at Kansas City
Chicago at Minnesota
Detroit at Washington
Cleveland at New York
Baltimore at Boston
W L Pet. GB
New York 19 10 .655 - '
Pittsbugh 11 12 .613 1
St. Louis 1 14 .563 2
Montreal 12 11 .522 4
hicago 15 17 .469 Sy
Philadelphia 9 20 .310 10
San Francisco 21 9 .73 -
Los Angeles 17 17 .500 8
Atlanta 15 17 .469 9
Houston 15 17 .469 9
Cnetnnat 11 20 .35 12
SanDego 1at 21 .323 132
No games scheduled
New York at Pittsburgh, night
San Diego at Chicago
Phladelpha at Atlanta, night
Montreal at Cacnnati, night
St. Louis at Houston, nIght
Los Angeles at San Francisco, night