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1"hursdoy May' 8, 1975

Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N.Y. ISLANDERS WIN IN OT

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Wa~shing9ton
By The Associated Press minutes into the third period. Each
NDOVER, Md. - Phil But the Celtics, led by Jo Jo ing V
ier scored 12 of his 27 White and John Havalicek, bat- streak,
s to spark two Washington tied back to within seven at Hayes
s, leading the Bullets to a 101-94 early in the fourth quar- Durin
8 victory over the Boston ter. White scored 32 points to Chenier
as last night and a 3-1 lead pace Boston, Havalicek had 23, Porter
e National Basketball As- and Dave Cowens 15 before points,
tion's Eastern Conference fouling out with seven minutes point R
. to play. lated r,
fifth game of the best-of- At this point, reserve Nick In ad
series will be played in Weatherspoon scored four out, th
n Friday night, with the noints and Chenier added two utes of
ding NBA champions for a 107-94 lead and the Bullets from P
ng to avert elimination. were out of danger. freboun
HE BULLETSout- WASHINGTONgot a rbon
d Boston 20-6 midway big lift in the first half when tory of
gh the second quarter, and Weatherspoon and Jones cause his fo
threatened a runaway with off the bench to score 16 points, utes to
4 streak which gave them contributing heavily to a 65-64 ter.
1-60 advantage only 3 half-time lead. U N
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red four points dur- C o w e n s, who had 17
ington's first hot rebounds, hit only three of his
did Chenier, Elvin - 14 field goal attempts in the
Wes Unseld. first two quarters.
:he second streak, Another comeback?
red eight and Kevin By The Assocated Press
of Washington's 16- UNIONDALE, N. . . r Jude
ng the Bullets a 21- Drouin's short backhander went
before Boston's be- over goaltender Bernie Parent
at 1:53 of the overtime last night
n to Cowen's fouling and gave New York a 4-3 victory
tics got only 10 min- over Philadelphia for the Island-
y in the first half ers' first triumph over the de-
Silas, who had 25 fending champion Flyers in four
Boston's lone vic- National Hockey eague semi-
series. He incurred final playoff games.
foul with nine mm- T H E WI N N I N G PLAY
in the second quar- began with the puck in the Fly-
ers' zone. Drouin sent it to his
L D hauled down 25 left to Ed Westfall, then broke
cored 16 points and for the net. Then Drouin took a
assists in a fine all- return pass 10 feet in front of
formance for Wash- the Flyers' goal, faked Parent
es scored 22 points, to the ice and lifted the puck
21 and Weather- over the Philadelphia netmind-
d 18. er to give the Islanders their
calming influence on first victory of the series and
in the first half after send the best-of-seven set back
temporarily bench- to Philadelphia for Game 5
d torn ligaments in Thursday night.
ee in the third quar- The Islanders' v i c t o r y
xpected to be out of stopped at eight games Phila-
der of the playoffs. delphia's streak of playoff vic-
ntributed seven as- tories and halted at 22 the Fly-
Boston attack and ers' skein of unbeaten games.
Don Nelson, who Glenn Resch, the little goalie
but one of his 21 who backstopped the Islanders
e first half, kept the in their seven - game victory
i being blown out. over Pittsburgh in the quarter-

e tics.
finals, again was the star 1h this
latest victory of the amazing Is-
landers.
RESCH'S biggest stop of the
night - and perhaps the season
-came late in the first period
with the Islanders leading 1-0.
With Ross Lonsberry in the
penalty box, left wing Bill Bar-
ber stole the puck from Drouin
at the Philadelphia blue line
and broke down the ice alone
toward Resch. But Barber was
tripped from behind by Billy
Harris before he could reach the
goal and referee Dave Newell
whistled the play dead.
When Newell called for the
penalty shot, the sell-out crowd
rose to its feet and cheered the
Islander goaltender in antici-
pation of the rare event.
Barber circled nervously in
the neutral zone, then scooped
up the puck and started his
journey. He crossed the blue
line as Resch sprinted from the
net to meet his lone attacker.
Barber faked Resch to his knees
and sent the shot netward, but
the lunging right leg pad of
the goalie intercepted the mis-
sile short of its mark.
Flyer center Rick McLeish
had scored twice earlier to lift
the Flyers from a 3-0 deficit. His
goal at 4:48 of the third period
tied the score at 3-3 and set the
stage for the overtime.

Sports of theDal
1. MSU woes-basketball
From Wire Service Reports
EAST LANSING - Michigan State University said yesterday
it will honor basketball player Jeff Tropf's request for a release
to attend the University of Toledo.
Clarence Underwood, acting MSU athletic director, added,
however, that he had "no indication or knowledge of anybody
else leaving the basketball program."
Underwood said he did not know why Tropf, a white
student who was focus of a walkout by black MSU players
last season, was dropping out.
"I said, 'Jeff, whatever your reasons are, I'm sure they're
valid. I respect your judgment and I respect you as a human
being,"' said Underwood, who is black. He is filling in for Ath-
letic Director Burt Smith, who is hospitalized with an ulcer.
Earlier it had been reported that Spartan hoopsters Mark
Talaga was also transferring-supposedly to a Texas junior col-
lege.
Yet another Soartan, Jim Dudley, is also said to be ready
to leave Michigan State and its basketball team.
A school spokesman said Tropf and Talaga indicated dis-
satisfaction with the school's basketball program and added that
Dudley was also considering leaving. The spokesman said Tropf
will attend Toledo Universitv. Dudley is reported preparing
to attend Marouette University.
MSU basketball co-ch Gus Ganakas said, "I don't think
we have any more nrohlems than any other college basket-
ball team. There's good and bad in everything."
"I'm disannointed that he's leaving because he's a good
prominent nlaver. He'll be an 'asset to any basketball program
and I wish him much success," Ganakas said.
11. AA C! II A., -s f b 1i
EAST LANST'JGf UP-Ohio State University defensive end
Aaron Brown sags he received money from Michigan State
assistant coach Howard Wevers when Weyers was trying to
recruit him. the lansit- State Jo"rnal renorted yesterday.
But the naner said Rrown sounded groggy in the inter-
view from his dorm room T'uesday morning and Brown added:
"It was only one time. Tt was a spur of the moment thing."
The Michigan State football program is under investigation
by the NCAA, including its recruiting practices. Weyers is
reportedly a maior focus of the probe.
So, Michigan State coaches, players and fans can only
sit back to await the verdict of the NCAA after winding up
spring football drills yesterday afternoon.
The investigation of the Spartans' football program clouded
an otherwise brightly sunny last day of cleats and pads, although
athletic department spokesmen have insisted the probe did not
affect the conduct of practice or the attitudes of the players.
Allen returns home
PHILADELPHIA OP)-Controversial baseball star Dick Allen,
who left Philadelphia with the promise never to come back, re-
turned yesterday saying he has matured and his troubled past is
behind him.
Allen, famous for smashing baseballs as well as club-
house rules, said he wants peace.
Traded to Atlanta during the winter Allen refused to report
and had no spring training this year.
For Allen, the Phillies gave Atlanta catcher Jim Essian,
minor league outfielder Barry Bonnell and a minor league
prospect to be named later.
Philadelphia also paid Atlanta cash which Phils' owner
Ruly Carpenter said was "more than $5,000." In return, Phila-
delphia also got left-hitting catcher Johnny Oates.

re ounas, s
had seven
around per
ington. Hay
Porter had
spoon added
Jones, ac
the Bullets
Porter was
ed, suffered
his right kn
ter and is e
the remaind
White cor
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along with
scored all
points in thi
Celtics from

"
LoliCh suffers first defeat
aBy The Associated Press Detroit scored a run in the ing the bases. Bu
DETROIT - George Scott first inning when Ron LeFlore two previous sing
drilled a tie-breaking three-run singled, stole second, continued ble, then drilled
double in the seventh inning to to third on a throwing error by ning hit to cente
give the Milwaukee Brewers a catcher Porter on the steal and Yankee to their
7-5 victory over the Detroit Tig- came home on a sacrifice fly row.
ers and previously unbeaten by Gary Sutherland. Leon Rob- The Oriolesn
Mickey Lolich last night. erts homered in the ninth for for a first-inning
The score was knotted 44 Detroit's final run. by Bumbry and I
whentDarrell Porter opened the C z Horse wins Grich's double p
seventh with a 400-foot triple. 'p oreVI1
Lolich, 3-1, retired Gorman BALTIMORE - Al Bumbry CUELLAR,
Thomas on a pop foul but walk- lashed his fourth hit, a tie- beaten the Yank
ed Don Money, who stole sec- breaking bases - loaded single 25 previous dect
ond. After an intentional walk off relief ace Sparky Lyle with ed the lead until I
to Robin Yount which loaded two out in the ninth inning, lift- he issued a leado
the bases, Bobby Mitchell ing the Baltimore Orioles to a lowed with a dou
struck out but Scott laced his 4-3 victory over New York be- son delivered the
double down the third-base line. hind the five-hit pitching of asnreiveedythe
MILWAUKEE jumped to a 4-1 Mike Cuellar. a sacriifce fly on
lead with a four-run fourth in- The Orioles tied the score 3-3 singled Munson i
ning. Mitchell doubled home on Bobby Grich's two-out two- lead to 3-I in i
one run and Sixto Lezcano run homer in the eighth after leadoff walk toh
blasted a three-run homer. loser Doc Medich, 3-4, issued a sacrifice and a si
The Tigers countered with leadoff walk to pinch hitter Tom bin first hitnat
three runs in the bottom of the Shopay.h rst in si
fourth off Bill'Champion on con- KEN Singleton started the Rice conver
secutive singles by Bill Freehan, winning rally with a one-out CLEVELAND
Ben Oglivie and Dan Meyer, a single and took second on homer triggered
walk to Leon Roberts, a wild Brooks Robinson's sacrifice sixth inning tha
pitch by reliever Ed Rodri- bunt. Ellie Hendricks walked Boston Red Sox 1
guez and Tom Veryzer's RBI and Lyle came on to walk over the Clevelas
grounder. pinch hitter Tommy Davis, load- W

mbry, who had
les and a dou-
his game-win-
r, sending the
fifth loss in a
nicked Medich
run on singles
Paul Blair plus
lay grounder.
2-1, who has
ees 18 times in
sions, protect-
the fourth when
ff walk to Bob-
an Munson fol-
ble, Alex John-
tying run with
id Lou Piniella
ome.
increased their
he eighth on a
Roy White, a
ngle by Bonds,
x games.
its
- Jim Rice's
I a three-run
at carried the
to a 4-2 victory
nd Indians.
e tied 1-1, Rice
. over the left
Fritz Peterson,
homer of the
troelli, Dwight
Conigliaro sin-
3-1 and chase
vans scored on
's grounder off
ot a second-in-
winner Reggie
on consecutive
arge Hendrick,
John Ellis. The
it in the fifth
riffin singled,
was hit by a
Burleson sin-
scored again in
scar Gamble's
Powell's single.

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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
Milwaukee 14 8 .636 - Chicago 16 8 .667 -
Boston 1 .71 i 1% P Pttsburgh 11 10 .514 3%
DETROIT 11 9 .550 2 Philadelphia 12 11 .512 3%
saltimore 10 13 .435 4% New York 10 11 .476 4%
Cleveland 10 13 .435 4% St. Louis 9 13 .400 6
New York 10 15 .400 5% Montreal 8 13 .381 6Y2
West West
Oakland 14 10 .533 - Las Angeles 13 10 .643
Tesas 13 11 .542 1 dincennasti 16 12 .571 2
Kansas city 13 12.520 1Y San Francisco 14 12 .538 3
California 13 13 .000 San Diego 13 14 481 4%
Minnesota 10 11 .476 2 Atlanta 13 16 .448 5Y2
Chicago 10 16 .381 51' Eoustoin 10 10 ..3339
Wednesday's Games s .Wednesday's Games
Boston 4, cleveland 2 Ccinnati 10, San Diego 2
Baltimore 4, New York 3 san Francisco 6, Atlanta 2
Milwaukee 7, Detroit 5 Chicago 7, Montreal 0
Chicago 3, Minascota, Pittsburgh 6, New York I
Texas at Kansa s~ity, im. Philadelphia 4, St.Losu&s 1

hit a solid shot
field fence off 1
2-3, for his fifth
season. Rico Pe
Evans and Tony
gled to make it
Peterson, then E
Bob Montgomery
Tom Buskey.
The Indians gi
ning run off i
Cleveland, 2-1,1
singles by Geo
Rico Carty and J
Red Sox tied
when Doug Gi
Juan Beniquez
pitch and Rick
gled. Cleveland
the eighth on O
triple and Boog l

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