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Thursday, May 6, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRO PLAYOFFS ROUNDUP
Cavs' Chones out of action

By The Associated Pires
BOSTON - Cleveland center
Jim Chones, nursing a broken
toe, will have to sit out the
National Basketball Association
semifinal playoff opener tonight
as the Cavaliers meet the some-
what battered and bruised Bos-
ton Celtics at Boston Garden.
Chones broke the little toe of
his right foot during practice
Tuesday, a team spokesman
said, and the injured foot now is
in a cast.
On the other side of the
BILLBOARD-
The Michigan Tennis Club
is open for the summer from
now until Sept. 15 on the var-
sity courts. Membership
costs $5 for students, $7 for
faculty and staff and $10 for
the general public. Hourly
rates are $2 for students, $3
for faculty and staff and $4
for the public. Membership
forms can be obtained at the
Track / Tennis Bldg. Call
763-5088 for more information.
Anyone who is interested in
learning to sail or would like
to continue sailing should at-
tend the Michigan Sailing
Club's mass meeting Thurs-
day at 7:45 p.m. in room 170
of the Physics and Astrono-
my Bldg. An open house at
the Club's facilities this
weekend will give everyone
a chance to sail and attend a
boat school session which
teaches the basics of sailing.
Get directions to the Club at
the meeting or call 426-3126
Saturday or Sunday.

court, Dave Cowens and Jo Jo
White missed practice Wednes-
day, but both were expected to
be in the starting lineup for
the first of the best-of-seven
series.
White was nursing his left
knee, bruised in a collision with
Jerome Anderson. Cowens is
suffering back spasms.
Celtics' captain John Havli-
cek, who missed two games
against Buffalo because of a
foot injury, Paul Silas and
Charlie Scott will round out the
starting lineup.
Veteran center Nate Thur-
mond, acquired by the Cav-
aliers from Chicago, had been
alternating with Chones as pivot
man, but Chones was the team's
leading scorer, averaging 15.8
points a game.
So Cleveland coach Bill Fitch
will be calling for a little extra
from his talented bench, which
is led by former Michigan star
Campy Russell. Russell is sec-
ond on the team in scoring with
15 points a game. Seven Cava-
liers average double figures.
Bruins tired
PHILADELPHIA - The Bos-
ton Bruins were tired and dis-
couraged and the Philadelphia.
Flyers were poised for the kill
yesterday as the two National
Hockey League teams returned
here for the fifth game of their
Stanley Cup semifinal series.
The Flyers, defending Cup
champions, have won three
straight from the Bruins to take
a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven
series. The fifth game is tonight.
Boston coach Don Cherry

tried to get his club back to
basics in the wake of Tues-
day's 4-2 Flyer win in Boston,
the second straight victory in
Boston.
"Our system broke down. It
was good enough during the
regular season," Cherry said.
"Why we have to get away
from it in important games like
these, I'll never know."
But if Cherry didn't know,
some of the Flyers had a good
idea. They attributed the vic-
tories to Philadelphia's swarm-
ing, tight-checking defense.
"It's very noticeable that their
defensemen tire at the end,"
said Flyer defenseman Tom
Bladon. "We have forwards dig-
ging at them all the time. and
even our defensemen take a
shot at keeping them on the
run.."
In each of the last two games
in Boston, the contest was tied
going into the last period, but
he well-conditioned Flyers pulled
away in the final 20 minutes.
Canadiens ready
MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens returned home yes-
terday hoping to finish off the
comeback-mindd New York Is-
landers in Game Five of the
National Hockey League semi-
final playoffs.
But the Canadiens admitted
after Tuesday night's 5-2 loss
that certain changes had to be
made before they could iook
ahead to the Stanley Cup final
series against the winner of the
Boston-Philadelphia matchup.
"We're going to really have
to work hard to beat them,"

said Montreal left wing Steve
Shutt. "We weren't really
working. We let up just a little
bit and as I said before, if we
didn't play 100 per cent against
the Islanders we'd get beat.
That's what happened."
"We started slowly," added
goalie Ken Dryden. "We were
fortunate that in the first three
games we could start that way
against them and win. But
against opposition like this, it's
foolish to think that can keep
up forever.
To the Islanders, the task is
clear cut: win or go home for
the summer. Ever cheerful New
York goalie Glenn Resch doesn't
think it's over yet.
"The Canadiens got the breaks
in the first three games, and

we got the breaks tonight," he
said after Tuesday night's con-
test. "Hopefully, we'll continue
to convert our chances and turn
it around.
"The pressure was on them
(Tuesday night). We had noth-
ing to lose but to prove our-
selves. Now, if we continue to
exert pressure on Dryden, we
can beat him. He's human."
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