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THE STATE JOURNAL Sun., Nov. 1 1, 1 973 C-3 Pro Basketball Football Scores Not Included in Standings By The Associated Press . - NBA E "stern Conference Atlantic Division Boston " ,L New York 7 ? Buffalo I I Philadelphia J 8 Pet. .750 .500 .400 .333 Atlanta Capital Cleveland Houston Central Division 8 & 7 5 4 10 4 11 Western Conference m Midwest Division Milwaukee io i Chicaqo 11 ? PISTONS I K. C.-Omaha 4 9 d.i j Pacific Division Portland 7 4 Los Angeles 9 a Golden State 6 5 Seattle 5 y Phoenix 2 12 .571 .583 .286 .267 .923 .846 .643 .309 .636 .600 .545 .313 .153 GB 3 4M 5 4 4'2 1 3'a o College Big Ten Ohio State 35. MICHIGAN STATE 0 MICHIGAN 21, Illinois 6 Northwestern 21, Indiana 20 Wisconsin 35, Iowa 7 Minnesota 34, Purdue 7 State Central Michigan 21, Eastern Ky. 7 Hillsdale 7, Wayne State 0 Western Michigan 30, Ball State 13 Grand Valley State 48, Adrian 3 Hope Colleqe 49, Chicaao Circle 16 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 23, Ferris State 17 Northern Michigan 22, Eastern Illinois 7 Michigan Tech 14, Southwest Minne sota state i j Hillsdale Col 7, Wayne St, Mich 0 Wofford 35, Albion 10 Bowling Green 31, East Michigan 7 Cent Methodist 34, Tarklo College 13 ConcordiaT, Neb. 22. Concordia T, III. 0 Monmouth Col 16, St Olaf College 14 Moorhead State 42, MacAlester 22 North Central 37, Lake Forest 22 St Cloud State 28, Minnesota-Morris 21 St Procopius Col 20, Rose Hulman 6 Valparaiso 38, St. Joseph's, Ind. 7 Wis. Oshkosh 24, Wis. Whitewater 6 John Carroll 24, Oberlin College 6 Kansas 17, Colorado 15 Oklahoma 31, Missouri 3 Oklahoma State 28, Kansas St Univ 9 South Dakota 38. Mankato State 3 Wilmington Col 9, Bluffton 7 South i East o . Friday's Games Boston 122, Phoenix 107 Philadelphia 94, New York 91 Cleveland 111, Houston 106 Capital 109, K.C.-Omaha 96 Portland 122, Buffalo 108 Los Angeles 118, Seattle 111 Saturday's Games Boston 102, Detroit 97 New York 100, Cleveland 90 Atlanta 120, Philadelphia 97 Milwaukee 84, KC-Omaha 83 Chicago at Portland Buffalo at Golden State Detroit 1971 ... . Boston e F T 19 Hvllcek 29 Nelson 11 Cowens 8 White 12 Chaney 2 Silas 0 Kubrskl 4 Westphl 10 Finkel 2 41 15-17 97 Totals 21 21 9 13 3 3 4 1 0 2 5 1 F 1- 1 3- 4 5-5 2- 2 4- 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Ford Lanier Lantz Adams Bing Davis Menglt Nrwood Rowe Trapp Totals Detroit Boston Fouled out Lanier Total fouls Detroit 21, Boston 15 Technical fouls Silas A 6,509 fV'Boston College 25, West Virginia 13 o'Bucknell 26. Vermont 7 Dartmouth 24, Columbia 6 Notre Dame 31, Pittsburgh 10 Wilkes College 23, Delaware Val 7 Albany St, NY 32, Plattsburg St 0 Brown 17, Cornell 7 Central Conn St 21, Cortland State 6 Colby College 14, Bates College 0 Curry College 10, Bridqewat, Mass 0 E Stroudsburg 21, Bloomsburg 3 Williams Col 44, Wesleyan 0 Norwich Univ 15, Worcester Tech 6 St Lawrence 19, Rensselaer 17 Wagner 31, Susquehanna 10 Williams Col 44, Wesleyan 0 Alfred 14, Hamilton Col 3 Bowdoin 28, Tufts 8 Bowie State 14, Cheynev State 3 - Catholic Univ 13, Gallaudet Col 0 F T Franklin & Mar 28, Muhlenberg 7 8-11 32 Ithaca 36, Hobart Colleqe 15 0-0 0 Kings Col, Pa 28, St Francis, Pa 14 2- 2 12 Northeastern 37, Southern Conn 14 3- 4 17 Slippery Rock 21, Clarion College 6 0-0 12 Ursinus 17, Grove City 6 3-4 11 Amherst 40, Trinity College 0 0-1 10 Bridgeport 47, Lock Haven 21 0-0 6 Edinboro State 47, Calif State, Pa. 13 2-2 2 Johns Hopkins 20, Dickinson Col 7 Juniata College 52, Moravian Col 14 42 18-24 102 Lafayette 21, Drexel Tech 11 t Lemon ai. Kocnester u (102) Clemson 37, North Carolina 29 Marshall Univ 17, Toledo 14 Maryland 33, Virginia 0 Auburn 31, Mississippi St 17 Dayton 10, Louisville 9 Georqia Tech 36, VMI 7 Grambling Col 32, Norfolk State 6 Hampden-Svdney 14, Shepherd Col 13 Kentucky 27, vanderbilt 17 Newberry Col 21, Mars Hill 17 Washington & Jef 25, Bethany, W.Va. 20 West Va State 30, Salem College 20 Alcorn A8.M 30, Prairie View -0 Bethune-Cookmn 30, Kentucky State 18 Catawba Col 42, Guilford Col 0 Duke 7, Wake Forest 7 East Tenn State 40, Middle Tenn St 16 Elon College 28, Lenoir Rhvne 7 Fisk University 27, Ft Valley State 12 Kenvon College 26, Centre College 21 Morehead State 23, Carson-Newman 14 Randolph-Macon 14, Georgetown Col 7 Tennessee Tech 31, Austin Peay 12 Citadel 26, Furman Univ 21 Elizabeth City 26, St Paul's Col 6 Fayetteville 14, J.C. Smith 6 Jackson State 48, Morris Brown 7 Tennessee State 45, Central St, Ohio 7 Tenn U, Martin 17, Florence State 16 Virginia Union 20, Livingstone Col 7 West Carolina 31, Presbyterian Col 12 Colgate 49, William Mary 42 East Carolina 44, Richmond 14 Florida 11, Georgia 10 ... .. Virginia Tech 36, Florida State 13 So. Carolina St. 35, Alabama A&M 24 Southern Mississippi 13, Memphis State 10 Tulane 17, Navy 15 Citadel 26. Furman 21 Southwest KC-Omaha (83) t . F (84). G . F. Milwaukee Behagn . 5 0-0 lOJabbar uurrerr 4 z-2 to Allen Komivs 4 0-0 8 Davis uacey 6 1-2 13 Perry Walker- 9 2-3 20 Robrtsn Block 12-2 4 Driscoil DAntnl 0 0-0 0 Lee Koiis 3 1-1 7 McGlkn McNeill 10-0 2 Terry Willims 4 1-1 9 Warner Totals 37 Ml U Tnlalc U ltn 4 Kansas City-Omaha 14-29-24-1683 Milwaukee Total fouls Kings 21, Bucks 17 Fouled out None A 8,725 20 35 2621102 Springfield 51, New Hampshire 0 Thiel College 10, carnegie-Meiion 6 Villanova 42, West Chester 14 Westminster, Pa 41, Geneva College American Int'l 28, Coast Guard 19 Connecticut 19, Boston Univ 10 .. . C. W. Post 21, Gettysburg Col 6 Toelaware 28, Maine 12 19Fairleigh Dicksn 39, Brooklyn Col 0 13Harvard 19, Princeton 14 15Hofstra Univ 28, Kings Point 0 5Miami, Fla 19, Army 7 IMiddlebury 20, Union College 0 8penn State 35, No Carolina St 29 4 Syracuse 5, Holy Cross 3 6Temple 43, Rhode Island 0 s OYale 24, Pennsylvania 21 Midwest 5-6 1-2 f:3 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14 Sunday's Games Milwaukee at Capital K.C.-Omaha at Cleveland Chicago at Seattle Kentucky Carolina Memphias Virqinia New York Indiana Utah Denver San Antonio San Diego ABA east Division W 11 11 5 4 4 West Division 7 7 6 8 4 18-26-23 1784 Ohio 14, Cincinnati 8 DePauw Univ 28, waoasn zi Miami, Ohio 20, Kent State 10 Muskingum Col 10, Marietta Col 7 Wittenberg 35, Capital Univ 7 Augustana, S.D. 36, Northern Iowa 9 Baldwin-Wallace 43, Wooster 12 Central Col Iowa 14, Wartburg TO Dakota St Col 25, Concordia, St.P 15 Denison Univ 49, Washington & Lee 29 Dubuque 28, Simpson College 7 Crankiin fnl OQ Farlham Col 14 Illinois St Univ 21, Indiana State 17 Nebraska 31, Iowa State 7 Mnrthaacisrn 111 Oft. ( h IT RC1C1 6 Ohio Wesleyan 28, Otterbein Col 12 c;n..v ciic 14. Dakota Wesley 10 So Dakota State 52, Morningside 12 SE Missouri JJ, IVII550UII, nun o West Kentucky 48, Butler 6 Xavier 40. Northern Illinois 36 Vi Anderson 20, Manchester 7 1 Ashland 29, Evansille 21 J Y? Buena Vista 17, William Penn 7 3'-'2 carleton College 41, Beloit College 7 Pet. .846 .668 .385 .333 .308 .583 J 38 .500 .471 .308 GB V2 6 6'2 7 Friday's Game Carolina 139, Kentucky 110 Saturday's Games Kentucky 111, Virqinia 107 Carolina 95, Memphis 90 Denver 88. Sai Ahtonio 78 Indiana at Utah New York at San Diego Sunday's Games New York at San Antonio Indiana at San Diego c Horse Racing Pro Hockey NHL : Division W . L . T Pts. GF GA 9 4 1 19 64 43 8 3 2 18 41 27 7 5 1 15 42 43 6 , 4 3 1 5 45 30 6 4 1 13 34 28 4 6 3 11 40 35 12 4 6 10 26 34 2 9 1 5 34 57 Division - 9 5 0 18 42 19 7 3 3 17 . 36 28 5 6 2 12 34 41 4 4 3 11 26 28 3 5 5 11 29 27 4 6 2 10 28 50 2 5 6 1 0 34 43 4 9 1 9 34 56 Saturday's Night Games Not Included in Standings Boston Montreal Buffalo Toronto Vancouver , N.Y. Rangers ' N.Y. Islanders WINGS Philadelphia Atlanta Los Angeles St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh Minnesota f alifnrniM i-noay-s wmes New York Rangers 3, Atlanta 3, tie California 6, Buffalo 3 Vancouver 4, Chicago 0 Saturday's Games St. Louis 5, Montreal 0 Detroit 4, Minnesota 2 Atlanta 4, Pittsburqh 4, tie New York Islanders at Toronto Buffalo at Los Angeles Sunday's Games Toronto at Detroit New York Islanders at Rangers Vancouver at Boston Chicago at Los Angeles St. Louis at Philadelphia WHA East Division - w . l . T PTS. tot- .lA 9 8 7 6 5 DRC Saturday Results FIRST Purse Clm. 6f, 1:13 4-5 Honl; Honey (PG Diaz) 17.40 8 80 4.80 Glimmering (J Lamonte) 8.80 4.60 Sassy Jane (D Snyder) Z-o SECOND Clm. 5f. 1:00 1-5 Gleen Pat (R L Baird) 5.00 Geneva's Jet (D Snyder) Spanish Pride (D Rettele) 3.60 3.20 6.00 5.60 10.00 DAILY DOUBLE (8-5) paid $81.40 THIRD Allow. 6f, 1:14 Budsin (W Layland) Single 3icm r- y Reverse Psych (D Rettele) 4.80 3.40 3.20 9.80 6.60 5.00 $1.00 PERFECTA (3-8) paid $51.60 FOURTH Clm. n-16m, 1:47 4-5 . robo Heaven (BPhelPs) 7.20 4.80 3.60 Better Bee Quick (D Snyder) 8.60 6.20 Penny Earned (D Rettele) 3.60 $2.00 PERFECTA (4-7) paid $48.60 w-. w--ru f-m 1m -1.14 1-5 Mr. Long Stride (R O Strauss) Flaming Hostess (Diaz) Penny porkpie (L Snyder) $2.00 PERFECTA (1-5) paid $43.40 SIXTH Clm. 6f, 1:12 Minstrel Mister (W Layland) Ariel Beau (B W Brown) 10.00 4.20 Head Mate (S Low) Northville Saturday9s Results FIRST COND. PACE; 2:08 2-5 Thunder H (Tomlin) 5.00 3.20 2.80 Courtly Hal (Niccum) 5.60 3.60 Dave The Dude (Walker) 3.40 SECOND: CLM. PACE; 2:07 1-5 None Other (Edw ds) 7.80 4 00 3.80 Ancestor (Morris) 3.60 3.20 Maxi Sota (Merriman) 6.40 DAILY DOUBLE: PAID $30.60 THIRD; COND. PACE; 2:07 . ' , Chief Nugget (Currier) 13.80 6.80 3.60 Hap (Horner) 7.40 4.20 Major Rex (Mayes) 2.60 FOURTH; COND. PACE; 2:07 l-5n , Mister Margay (Cobb) 5.40 4.00 2.80 Briar Lea Dwight (O'Hare) J4Q 4 4Q Tarbelle Lee (Griffith) 5.40 3.40 6.80 2.40 3.60 3.00 TRIFECTA: 2-4-6 PAID $266.00 FIFTH; CLM. HDCP PACE; 2:07 Miss Janalee (Edwards) 14.40 6.60 4.00 Supreme Gold (Mcllmurray) s M O B Knox (Putnam) 3.60 SIXTH Cond. pace, 2:04 1-5 A Susan Knox inammeuj 24.60 Emerald Scar (Farber) Monaco Prince (Merriman) 4.80 6.60 3.00 2 5.40 New York $2.00 PERFECTA (4-6) paid $34.20 PERFECTA (7-3) PAID $89.40 SEVENTH Opt. Clm. 6f, 1:13 Joyann (Low) 25.B0 Inuendo (Snvder) Prosciutto (Bacon) 8.60 4.40 4.40 4.20 3.20 New England Quebec Chicago Cleveland Toronto New York 4 7 4 3 8 a in West Division 19 17 15 14 56 61 48 42 13 54 10 34 ft 53 39 36 60 68 Edmonton 10 1 0 20 54 2 Minnesota 7 . 5 1 15 48 3 Winnipeg " Houston 5 4 1 11 39 2 Los Angeles 5, 11 0 10 42 6 Vancouver 3 1 2 0 6 38 68 Friday's Games Minnesota 3, Vancouver 1 Los Angeles 4, Toronto 2 Saturday's Games Edmonton 6, New England 3 Ne wYork 4, Quebec 3 Cleveland 4, Winnepeg 2 Chicaqo Couoars 3, Toronto Toros 2 Vancouver at Houston Sunday's Games - Los Angeles at Winnipeg Cleveland at Minnesota Edmonton at Toronto New England at Quebec IHL Friday's Games Des Moines 4, Flint 3 Davton 7, Toledo 6 Saginaw 2, Columbus 1 Saturday's Games Daytbn at Fort Wayne Flint at Des Moines Columbus 4, Muskegon 3 Port Huron 2, Saginaw 1, OT Sunday's Games Muskegon at Toledo Fort Wayne at Dayton Columbus at Flint Port Huron at Saginaw $2.00 PERFECTA (6-8) paid $130.80 EIGHTH Hand, lm 70y. 1 :43 4-5 !duc's Missile (Strauss) 6.40 3 80 2 60 King Mackbee (Low) 9.20 4.60 I Can Hackett (Snyder) 3.40 - . . . . ait.... 1m llhf 1.A1 4-C imiim in '" "V, x tn a tin Brilliant Idea (Diaz) 14.60 6.40 4.80 -Sing Gold (Holmes) 6.40 5.40 Can Ya Dig It (Snyder) 4.00 TENTH Start. Hand. 6f,l:12 1-5 Vendicator (McNernev) 19.40 6.80 3.80 Marty's Mistake (Snyder) . 6.80 3.00 Seafarer (Holmes) 3.00 $2.00 TRIFECTA (7-6-4) paid $265.40 Perfects SEVENTH Pacing series, pace, 2:04 4- Zephers Q (Quick) 6.00 3.40 2 80 Easy Tom (MacDonell) 5.40 3.80 Steve N. Z (Merriman) 3.40 EIGHTH Pacing series, pf ce. 2 -03 3-5 Michigan Mack (Mapes) 5.60 4.00 2.60 John Taylor (Mcllmurray) 8.20 3JB0 Sammy Key (Williams 2nd)) 3 00 biiuTU rurnl nira. 9:0A 3-5 Knight Desire (Harmer) 8.60 5.00 Frontier Chip (Putnam) 6.80 Concourse (Samples) Trifecta: 4-3-1, paid $124.60. TENTH Clm. pace; 2:081-5 A E Crosby (Merriman 4.00 2.80 J. R. Bob (Wiseman) 6.60 Voloite's Way (Pearson) 5-8, paid $28.00 3.20 3.80 2.60 2.60 4.40 5.00 Hastings' Duits Wins Champions Harrier Meet : h John Hiller Rice 17, Arkansas 7 Texas 42, Baylor 6 Texas Tech 24, Texas Christian 10 Arkansas State 30, Texas,. Ar ington 14 Harding Col 33, Ark Monticello 7 North Texas St 31, Wichita State 21 Trinity 49, McPherson Col 12 Far West Air Force 31. Rutgers 14 Arizona 24, Brlgham Young 10 Houston Univ 28, Colo State Unl 20 Colorado College 25, St Mary's, Cel. East Montana 37, Portland State 13 Montana 10, weoer aioie v North Dakota 41, Montana State 30 Northern Colo 24, Southern Colo 7 Utah 36, New Mexico 35 California 19, San Jose State 9 Southern Cat 27, Stanford 26 Southern Utah 30, West New Mex 14 UCLA 27, Oregon 7 Washington 41, Idaho 14 Washington St 13, Oregon State 7 Bay City All Saints 20, Essexville Gar- ber 12. triple OT Peck 20, Memphis 12 High School CMAC Potterville 39, Portland St. Patrick 0 State Warren Woods 25. Hazel Park 0 Fraser 23, West Bloomfield 6 Sterling Heights 21, Warren Tower 0 Washington Eisenhower 42, Utica Ford J Stevensville Lakeshore 48, St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic 0 Monroe Catholic Central 28. Cold- FVinterpowers Catholic 21. Flint Northern 0 Writers Pick Hiller for MVP Award DETROIT (AP) Lefthander John Hiller, ace of the Detroit Tiger bullpen, was named Saturday by the Detroit chapter of the Baseball Writers Association as the most valuable Tiger of 1973. Hiller got all but one of the 34 votes cast, that one going to fellow pitcher Joe Coleman. , HILLER APPEARED in 60 games for the Tigers in the past season as he posted a record of 10 victories and five losses. He set a major league season record of 38 saves. Hiller suffered a heart attack in the winter of 1971 and missed all the 1971 season and half the 1972 season before he returned to the mound. HE FINISHED fourth in recent balloting for the Cy Young award, which goes to the top pitcher in the major leagues. Jim Palmer of the Baltimore Orioles won that honor. The Tiger award will be presented to Hiller at the Jan. 17 dinner of the Detroit Chapter of the writers association. Pro Football Miami Buffalo New England New York Jets Baltimore NFL American Conference East Division W L T Pet. 7 1 0 875 .625 .250 .250 250 Pittsburgh Cleveland Cincinnati Houston Oakland Kansas City Denver San Diego Dallas Washington 5 Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 3 New York Giants 1 Minnesota LIONS Chicago Green Bay Los Angeles Atlanta New Orleans San Francisco 5 3 0 2 6 0 2 6 0 2 6 0 Central Division 7 1 0 .875 4 3 1 .563 4 4 0 .500 1 7 0 .125 West Division 5 2 1 .688 4 3 1 .563 3 3 2 .500 1 6 1 .188 National Conference East Division 5 3 0 .625 3 0 .625 4 1 .438 4 1 .438 6 1 .188 Central Division 8 0 0 1.000 3 4 1 .438 3 5 0 .375 2 4 2 .375 West Division 6 2 0 .750 5 3 0 .625 4 4 0 J00 3 5 0 .375 PF PA 201 94 134 147 124 174 116 170 144 215 205 106 129 139 120 139 135 277 174 118 104 94 218 183 101 206 242 149 178 104 181 203 177 214 139 208 161 87 167 135 161 167 89 144 208 172 196 104 93 188 158 168 CHARLOTTE Tom Duits of Hastings, the state Class B high school cross country champion, shattered a course record here Saturday to cop individual honors in the second annual Champion of Champions cross country meet. Sponsored by Charlotte High cross country coach Ron Schultheiss and Jim Murray of Niles-Brandywine, the meet drew more than 60 high school entries from all classifications. DUITS FINISHED ahead of the pack with a time of 14:47 over the three-mile Country Club course. Just two weeks Eleven Area Netters Earn State Ranking Eleven Mid-Michigan junior tennis players earned state ranking from the United States Lawn Tennis Association. Gretchen Gait, Okemos, was ranked No. 2 in the girls 18 singles, and Lisa Levak, East Lansing, No. 10. KRIS STREET, East Lansing, and Connie Drobac, Okemos, were No. 2 in doubles in 12-under girls. Kris was ranked No. 3 in singles and Connie No. 12. In 5? Boys 12-under 1 singles. Grant Walters, Okemos, was-No. 12, while Brad Pierce, Holt, earned No. 8 ranking in boys 14 years of age division. " In girls 16 singles Ann Nauts, Mason , was rated No.;. . 4, while John Suehr, East Lan- f sing, was 29th in the boy's di- .1 vision. HOLT'S DEE McCaffrey and John Chi were 25th and 32nd in Boys 18 singles. Rankings are determined on how players do in spring and summer tournaments. Six Area Runners In Record Efforts GRAND RAPIDS Six Mid-Michigan Track Club mem-bers ran off with first place . trophies, all record efforts, in the Grand Valley Marathon here Saturday. Duane Smith, Lansing, won guarter marathon (6V2 mile) in 31 :43 Walt Long . (54, East Lansing, won 40-over division in 41:21; Lori Schafer (11, Holt) won the . women's division in 42:46; Jerry Crane, Holt, won the half marathon (13 miles) in 68:23; Jim Carter, East Lansing, tied Barney Hance, Dansville, III., for first in full marathon (26 miles, 385 yards) in 2:26:42; Ed Kimmel, Crystal, won 40-over full marathon in 3:07:08. Women's Cage 4. ago he ran 14:57 to set the course mark enroute to his regional championship, then broke it Saturday. Medals were presented to Meeting Tuesday the top 20 finishers. J Women interested in playing city league basketball are urged to attend an organizational meeting Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Genesee Community Center. Rules and regulations will be discussed and player contracts available. . The women's winter league is being sponsored by the City Parks and Recreation Department. TOP 20 FINISHERS (All Classifications) 1. Tom Duits, Hastings, 14:47; 2. Bill Donakowski, Dearborn Riverside; 3. Jus- In WII5UM caicni miviiiau.i w... -w.. , 4. Dan Zemper. Howell; 5. Keith Young, Nonnern; o. kuss dui mj. "-";7 7. Jeff Pullen, Pine River; 8. Matt Rocktord; 9. Maroio Loay, omnu m f AAauai. Chanharfl: 11- ieage,- iv. . Jim Adams, orosse isic; if . pu" ' Ravenna; 13. Dave Furst, Niles-Brandy-wine; 14. Lou Hockstra, Kalamazoo Christian; 15. Rich Michael, Flint Northern; 16. Tom Moore, Avondale; 17. Dave Hebert, Norway; 18. Tom Stark, Charlotte; 19. Fran Lanciaux, Freemont; 20. Steve Bunn, Hartford. Flint burg; Clark. Ledge; Wings Win For Alex Sunday's Games Baltimore at Miami, 1pm Cincinnati at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Houston, 2 p.m. New England at New York Jets, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Oakland, 4 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 4 p.m Atlanta at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Dallas at New York Giants. 1p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 2 p.m. New Orleans at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. St. Louis at Green Bay. 2 p.m. San Francisco at Washington. 1 p m Mondays Game Chicago at Kansas City, 9pm BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) Detroit, with Mickey Redmond scoring two goals, whipped Minnesota 4-2 Saturday night in Alex Delvec-chio's debut as a National Hockey League coach after 23 years as an NHL player for the Red Wings. Performing with renewed determination for their new coach, the Red Wings snapped a 2-2 tie with a pair of quick third-period goals by Henry Boucha and Red Berenson. WITH only two wins to show for 12 previous games under Ted Garvin, Detroit broke to a 1-0 lead at 4:06 of the first period on the first of Redmond's two goals, which saw him bank a corner flip in off Maniago's arm. Danny Grant, who collected both Minnesota goals, squared it a minute later with a 25-foot shot by Detroit goalie Doug Grant. Rugby .Team Tops Kalamazoo College Hockey WCHA Michigan State 9, Notre Dame 5 Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota Duluth 1 Denver 3, North Dakota 0 Michigan State's rugby team capped its season with 40-18 rout over Kalamazoo Saturday. MSU rallied from an 18-16 deficit at halftime, turning on a relentless scoring spree, while holding Kalamazoo scoreless the rest of the match. Seven MSU players scored tries Chad Thom, Jim Smith, Mark Whittaker, Ron DeLonge, John Christeller, Julian Fortre, and George Foster. Whittaker and Fortre also scored once each on field goals. The victory marked MSU's eighth straight win. They close the season with a 12-1 record losing only to Pittsburgh early in the season. Pistons Lose PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The streaking Boston Celtics rode John Havlicek's 32 points to their sixth consecutive National Basketball Association victory Saturday night, defeating the Detroit Pistons 102-97. After a sluggish start in , which they trailed 21-20 at the end of the first period, the Celtics got their fast break going and raced to a 55-42. halftime lead. PACED BY Bob Lanier, the Pistons trimmed the count to 81-70 at the three-quarter mark and then drew to within two points, 89-87, midway through the final period. However, Boston guard Jo Jo White hit for three quick" field goals within 90 seconds to defuse the Detroit rally. Lanier scored 29 points to lead the Pistons, and Chris Ford added 19. White was i-Boston's second leading scorer I with 17 points. y-. " ...iniiol FreiraffiiriWilaogslii latelniS Hot just "snow" tires - true winter tires! I . 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GUARANTEED RADIATOR PROTECTION Have your car's cooling system checked, cleaned, flushed and refilled with Perma-Guardanti-freeze coolant. If you lose any we'll replace it free, for one year from date of installation. Prices on all regular tires except radials. are plus trade-in. No trade-in needed on snow tires. All prices and offers are plus Federal Excise Tax and Sales Taxes, and are in effect Nov. 1, 1973 through Nov. 30, 1973 at participating stations displaying the special signs. Ask about our Extended Term Payment Plan for Credit Card Holders Your best tire buy is nearby. . . at Boron!

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