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Islanders slide past
Bruins in OT, 2-1
BLUE NOTCHES SEVENTH SHUTOUT
BOSTON (AP) - Clark Gillies lifted
a 20-foot wrist shot over Boston goalie
Gerry Cheevers with 1:02 gone in over-
time last night to give the New York
Islanders a 2-1 victory over the Bruins
in the opening game of their National
Hockey League quarterfinal playoff
Gord Lane started the play by
carrying the puck out of his own end. He
passed it to Butch Goring in center ice
and Goring fed Gillies at the blue line.
Gillies took the first shot of the over-
time and got it over Cheevers' left
shoulder for the veteran left winger's
second playoff goal.
The second game of the best-of-seven
series is scheduled for Boston tonight.
After two scoreless periods, Peter
McNab put Boston up 1-0 with his fourth
playoff goal 51 seconds into the third
period when he pounced on a puck that
emerged from a scramble in front of
the net and pushed it by goalie Billy
Smith. Mike Milbury started the play
with a soft pass to the right point where
Brad Park fired on net. Smith's save
trickled into a pack of four players to
his right, from which it popped out to
McNab, who was just in front of the
By MIKE WERNER
The weather may have been cold in Ann Arbor lately, but
the air was hot in the Track and Tennis Building yesterday.
However, it was tempers, not the thermometer that rose con-
stantly during the Michigan men's tennis team scalping of
the Miami of Ohio Redskins, 9-0.
In fact, the only thing worse than their play, was the
Redskins' sportsmanship. The air was saturated with curses
and the sound of racquets slamming against the nets as the
Redskins showed the frustrations that accompany defeat.
THE ONLY WOLVERINE netter who had any difficulty
was senior Jack Neinken, who struggled to a 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 vic-
"I got off to a bad start and he played a good set,"
Neinken explained. "But once I got into a groove, and hit the
shots I'm capable of, he started making mistakes."
In the third set, after losing the first game, the co-captain
won the next three and eventually the match. In the process,
he totally frustrated his opponent, Bill Annear. Annear spent
most of the set picking up the racquet he was continuously
flinging across the Track and Tennis Building.
IN OTHER SINGLES matches, Michael Leach whipped
Larry Yearwood, 6-2, 6-2, who according to Michigan coach
Brian Eisner, is the "best player in the Mid-American Con-
ference and being considered for the NCAA championships."
Matt Horwich ripped Dave Kiefer 6-2, 6-1, freshman sen-
sation Mark Mees continued his winning ways, crushing
Scott Wallace 6-1, 6-1 and Tom Haney defeated Mark Witsken
6-2, 6-3. Jud Shaufler fought off a back injury and Steve
The dynamite doubles duo of Leach and Horwich kept
rolling along knocking off Yearwood and Kiefer 6-2, 6-3. Mees
and Shaufler tripped up Annear and Witsken 6-3, 6-2, while
Neinken and Haney destroyed Wallace and Isseib 6-0,6-1.
"It was a good performance considering most of our
players are looking ahead to this weekend," Eisner commen-
ted. This Friday and Saturday the Wolverines travel to
Wisconsin and Northwestern. Their next home match is April
22 against Michigan State.
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Manning named new icer leader*
Junior defenseman Tim Manning was
elected yesterday by his teammates as
the captain of the 1980-81 Michigan
This past season the Dearborn
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with 51 points and was named the most
valuable defenseman for the second
consecutive season. The previous mark
was held by Tom Polonik with 46 points.
He is currently tied for first on the all-
time defenseman scoring list with Rob
Palmer, now with the Los Angeles
Kings at 98 points. Palmer collected his
tallies in four years while Manning has
played only three.
The alternate captains will be an-
nounced next fall.
Michigan pitcher Mark Clinton has
been named the Big Ten baseball
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shutout of Michigan State last Satur-
Clinton, who is 3-2 on the season, is
second among Wolverine hurlers in
earned run average with a 1.85 mark.
The Grosse Pointe Woods junior has
struck out 35 batters and walked 18 in 29
innings of work.,
Arizona names new coach
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Larry Smith
was hired yesterday as University of-
Arizona head football coach, only hours
after resigning the same post at Tulane.
Athletic Director David Strack hired
Smith after being authorized to do so by
Arizona President John B. Schaefer at
a meeting of the school's Inter-
collegiate Athletic Committee.
A university spokesman said Smith
will begin work here Monday, leading
the team in its last two weeks of spring
Smith was one of three candidates in-
terviewed yesterday for the job, and his
was among 28 applications for the post.
Others who were interviewed Wed-
nesday were Idaho Coach Jerry Davit-
ch and Army assistant Coach Wilson
Smith, whose resignation after four
years at Tulane was announced in New
Orleans by Athletic Director Hindman
Wall, said the decision to leave the New
Orleans campus was the toughest of his
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