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•Harry Neale, coach of the Vancouver Canucks: "Last season we couldn't win at home, and this season we can't win on the road. My failure as a coach is that I can't think of anyplace else to play."
April 24, 1978
PRO BASKETBALL—The Milwaukee Bucks, who a year ago had the worst record in the NBA's Western Conference, advanced to the conference's semifinal playoffs after a 111-103, 94-90 sweep of the Phoenix Suns (page 16)....
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Vancouver was hanging in there with Gary (The Ax) Smith in goal, then 6'5", 225-pound Bob Dailey began throwing his weight around
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