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perpe- to the al-'.most al-'.most the preparing the the was tomor-row and The Hal the who winding .223 .180 only he The Cubs Dick Pacific Roznov-sky fide i 4 1 1 1 25-yard 25-yard were Hclllo. 5, Boson. 3, Techi Soulh relay-,. relay-,. 2, 5, MfcDLEY-1, MfcDLEY-1, 5, Cage o n, Guy, Park. 3, 5, Pork. -.53.2 -.53.2 In 3, 5, record, In 3, by 1, Hyde I, 1, Porki 1:35.8. 3, 4, Tech; (Xc.rt Wednesday: "Long Left Thumb.") Wings Lash Back to Beat Hawks in Series Opener Continued from first page who proved he can be, if he so desires, a great defensive player player as well. And it was his defensive work that produced two of the Hawk goals-by goals-by goals-by linematcs Maki and Phil Esposito. And Hull scored the other goal, making it a sweep by his tandem. Dclvccchlo Knots It Twice The chronological scoring of the game shows Floyd Smith giving Detroit a 1 to 0 lead at 12:51 of the first period, answered answered by Hull at 16:45. The Hawks led, 2 to 1, on Esposito's goal at 4:12 of the second, but Alex Delvccchio knotted It aeain at 11:54. At 1:01 of the final period, the Hawks gained a 3 to 2 lead on Makl's shot. But again the Wings pulled even on another goal by Del-vecchio Del-vecchio Del-vecchio at 12:13. Norm Ull-man's Ull-man's Ull-man's back-handcr back-handcr back-handcr provided the winning margin at 15:13. Delvccchio s second goal, tho, was the turning point of the game. When Maki gave them a 3 to 2 lead, the Hawks went into a tight, hard-checking hard-checking hard-checking defensive pattern that stag gered the Red Wings, the Hawks started shooting at the man instead of tho puck, and the Red Wings were backing away and flinching. They wero staggering, and their hurried passes and the few shots they were note to get away were far off the mark. This continued until near the 12th minute of the period, when Nesterenko threw a check at Gordie Howe, tho veteran and star of 20 years of major league hockey. Revert to Old Pattern It is a strange thing about that check. The Wings, who just couldn't penetrate, suddenly reverted to a pattern they abandoned about three years ago. They started throwing, a roving player up Ice an attack appendage usually used when they were ahead and playing for a breakaway. Howe happened happened to bo that tail, and on his off wing. The big right winger broke to tho left boards near the Hawk blue line for a pass from Dol-vecchio, Dol-vecchio, Dol-vecchio, the normal left winger winger who had been forced toward center ice. It was a good pass, leading Howe's long strides perfectly. But Nesterenko, who along with defenseman MacNeil did a wonderful job in hamstringing hamstringing Howe all night, broke with Howe and slammed him into the boards. Referee John Ashley called interference against Nesterenko. The valid ity of tho coll hinges on whether Nesterenko hit his man before or after Howe touched the puck. It could have been a fraction of a second either way. Murphy Screens Hall The Hawks, now short handed, girded defensively, and were doing a good job. The Wings had tho power ploy pattern pattern set up, and Delvccchio fired a hard line drive, a 50-footer, 50-footer, 50-footer, from the left point. Ron Murphy, a former Hawk, had Goalio Glenn Hall screened at the near side of the net, and Ron loapod high arms and legs spread-eagled spread-eagled spread-eagled and the puck sailed homo between his legs. That tied the score, and 41 seconds later Referee Ashley called an interference penalty against Detroit's Doug Barkley. But, before tho Hawks could take advantage of tho manpower manpower edge, Hull and Ullman be came embroiled and both were chased for roughing. Hull was all for taking Ullman apart, but the Detroit center backed off and was shielded from Hull by Cup Playoffs Desloul ol-seym ol-seym ol-seym gome Stanley cup seml-llnoli seml-llnoli seml-llnoli scries). LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Detroit, 4; Chlcojo, lOiUolt leals series, 1 -01. -01. Montreal, 3; Toronto, (Montreal lands series, 101. SERIES A Chicago ol Detroit-Sunday, Detroit-Sunday, Detroit-Sunday, April 11 (II necessary). Detroit al Chicago April 4, I, and 1) If necessaryl. SERIES B Toronto al Montreal Saturday, April 10 (If necessary), and 15 (If necessaryl. Montreal at Toronlo April 4, I and 13 III necessary). FINALS Winners ol series A and B will meet in a besl-of.seven besl-of.seven besl-of.seven series for the Stanley cup. the officials. Hull was so incensed incensed that finally Hawk players players Intervened and most likely saved him from a misconduct penalty. Quicker Wings Swarm In Still, despite a manpower advantagefour advantagefour players against five the Hawks found themselves themselves in trouble. There was ice room to spare, and the Wings, being faster on the long skate, and quicker on the break and with stick, pushed the Hawks into the corner, once forcing Glenn Hall to knock the goal free of its moorings to stop play. Both teams were at full strength when Ullman's 10-foot 10-foot 10-foot back hander from center won the gome. It camo off a short left wing pass from Parker MacDonald, who flipped it from the bullseye in the left faceoff circle. Hull's goal was a 10 footer, also from direct center, and it sailed thru four players milling in front of Goalio Roger Cro-zier. Cro-zier. Cro-zier. Two of those players were Maki and Esposito, who had scrambled the Detroit defense and moved en masse from behind behind the net to the right side of the net and finally in front, from where Esposito managed a free stick and the passout. Rets up 2 Goals Hull then set up Esposito with one of his defensive plays in which ho broke up a Detroit attack and came up with the puck just to the left of the Hawk net. Bob rifled a long pass to right wing, and Phil moved out. Marcel Pronovost, the veteran veteran defenseman, closed in, but Esposito wiggled around him and was away for a 20-foot 20-foot 20-foot shot from left center that sailed thru Crozicr's legs. The Hawks' defeat was their sixth in a row, including the last five of Die regular season, while the Wings were winning their 15th In their last 16 home gomes. John con Tim Red Bob Keon, Henri ivii, 11:01; :)?; 11:00 Lopir-rlere, 19:17. Golfer Solves Problem; Cuts Down 4 Trees Charlotte, N.C., April 1 Mi A linckcr apparently got (hod of hitting his second shots from behind n clump of trees on the fifth hole at Eastwood Eastwood golf club. Last night, lie cut down four of tho trees. If a golfer was the criminal, he'd better get out and enjoy (he fruits of his handiwork quickly. "Got a magnolia at homo," said Jack Horton, club manager.. manager.. "Gonna have it transplanted transplanted to fill up that hole." 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Clipped from Chicago Tribune, 02 Apr 1965, Fri, Page 57
02 Apr 1965, Fri • Page 57
02 Apr 1965, Fri • Page 57