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Tuesdoy, May 1],',1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Fifteen

Tuesday, May 11, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fitteen

CAVS' COACH, OWNER CLASH
Trouble in Cleveland?

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CLEVELAND-The Cleveland
Cavaliers have plenty to forget
about as they get set to play the
Boston Cletics in the pivotal
third game of their National
Basketball Association playoff
series here tonight.
First, the young Cavaliers
must ignore the fact they are
down 2-0 in the best-of-seven
Eastern Conference finals.
Second, they must put aside
thoughts of a controversial
referee's decision in the sec-
ond game, which Boston pulled
out of the fire 94-89 Sunday.
Third, they will have to ig-
nore the suddenly public feud
between team president Nick
Mileti and Coach Bill Fitch over
Fitch's alleged request to be
let out of the final two years
of a three-year contract to take
another basketball job.
"We're just concentrating on
basketball. We can't afford to
worry about anything else," said
team captain and veteran for-
ward Bingo Smith.

The Celtics got a boost Mon-
day when veteran forward
John Havlicek said he expects
to be ready to play Tuesday
night. Havlicek said he felt
"something give" during Sun-
day's game. It apparently was
a flareup of the painful bone
spur in his left foot which has
bothered him since the end of
the regular season.
Guard Jo Jo White said:
"We're not cocky about win-
ning this thing in four straight
or anything like that."
Both teams seem to agree
venerable N ate Thurmond,
Cleveland's 13-year veteran cen-
ter, remains the key to the
Cavaliers' hopes. Thurmond was
pressed into service as a starter
after regular starter Jim Chones
suffered a broken toe during a
final workout before the Boston
series began.
Flyers set
MONTREAL - M o n t r e a 1
Coach Scotty Bowman expressed

no special confidence and Phila-
delphia Coach Fred Shero ex-
pressed no great concern over
the fact that the Canadiens had
beaten the Flyers 4-3 in the
opener of their National Hockey
League playoff final series.
"Being up or down doesn't
make a difference for the next
game," Bowman said yesterday
after his canadiens had prac-
ticed at the Forum for tonight's
second game in the best-of-seven
series.
Shero, somewhat displeased
over certain aspects of his
team's play Sunday night,
agreed. "I don't want my
players to wast any energy
worrying about last night," he
said. "It's history now."
The Flyers, defending their
NHL championship for the sec-
ond consecutive season, still
have a powerful weapon in the
line of left wing Bill Barber,
center Bobby Clarke and the
red-hot Reggie Leach at right
wing. It was that high-powered
trio that drew most of Mon-
treal's attention in Sunday
night's opener.
"You have to focus your at-
tention on the whole line," ex-
plained Montreal goalie Ken
Dryden. "You've got to realize
they're a really outstanding
line."
The Canadiens did that rath-
er weli after Leach opened the
scoring just 21 seconds into
the game. Montreal's checking
line held the volatile Flyers'
threesome to just six other
shots on Dryden.

MSU game all sold out
Michigan ticket manager Al Renfrew made it official yester-
day: fans will have to buy a season ticket in order to see the
Michigan-Michigan State football game October 9 in Ann Arbor.
"Right now the only tickets left are being reserved for season
ticket buyers and student season books" Renfrew said. "We
also have allotted 12,000 tickets to Michigan State for its fans."
Trackmen do well
In a tune-up for this weekend's Big Ten championships, the
Michigan track team won 12 out of 18 events in last Saturday's
Ann Arbor Federation Meet.
Teams from all over the state competed, but no team
scores were kept. Doug Hennigar led Michigan's charge with
wins In the 100 meters (10.4) and 200 meters (20.8).
Other winners for Michigan: shot put, Randy Foss (53-1):
440 relay, Arnett Chisholm, Jim Grace, Hennigar, Charles Crou
ther (41.3); 1500-meters, Greg Meyer (3:45.8); 120-high hurdles,
Don Wheeler (14.5); pole vault, Jim Stokes (16-0); high jump,
Doug Gibbs (6-10); triple jump, Mark Bohlke (46-6).
Gridders grab awards
All-Big Ten defensive tackle Greg (Mo) Morton, quarterback
Rick Leach and defensive end John Anderson were named re-
cipients of Michigan's three memorial football awards.
Morton won the Meyer Morton Award as the player who
shows the most development and promise during spring prac-
tice. Leach won the John F. Maulbetsch Award as top fresh-
man on the basis of leadership, character and promise.
Anderson won the Frederick C. Matthaei Award which goes te
the junior-to-be who displays leadership and combines athletic
and academic achievement. Coach Bo Schembechler and staff
decided the awards.

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'M' baseball
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Reach 15
Chapman 27
walterhouse 30
aslerig 24
Mahan 21
Grenkoski 27
Parker 22
Damiani 29
Wasilewski 27
Jagels 3
Capoferi 15
Seyeerth 4
Lane 13
Martuel 16
Clegg 3
TOTALS 36
Opponents 30

stats
BATTING
AB R I RBI 2 30 8HR AVG
45 10 17 8 1 0 0 .378
91 11 34 15 4 0 1 .351
103 17 35 5 0 4 0 .340
74 13 24 13 0 2 0 .324
68 6 22 12 2 1 0 .324
92 26 27 9 2 1 0 .243
58 6 17 10 3 0 0 .293
92 13 26 13 4 0 1 .283
78 16 22 20 6 1 1 .282
4 1 1 0 0 0 0 .250
33 4 7 6 1 0 0 .190
7 1 1 0 0 0 0 .143
32 6 4 4 0 0 1 .125
4 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000
8 1 0 1 0 0 0 .000
879 147 253 120 31 12 4 .288
848 142 237 126 36 12 8 .279

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Sorensen
weber
Parker
Owens
Perry
McGinnis
Stennett
TOTALS
Opponents

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3
11
13
2
3
3
7
8
30
30

GS
0
2
1
2
5
4
30
30

PITCHING
GC W-L IP H
0 0-1 12% 7
6 3-0 60 53
5 2-4 59% 56
1 0-1 10 9
0 0-1 14% 17
1 1-1 12% 22
3 2-4 30% 37
0 2-2 22 36
15 15-14 219 237
10 14-15 218% 253

R
3
20
17
9
14
12
32
35
142
147

ER
1
15
1s
10
10
21
22
107
104

ERA
1.04
2.25
2.25
4.50
6.20
7.11
8.51
9.00
4.42
4.29

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