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PAGE EIGHT.,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 196

PAGE EIGHT. THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. JANUARY 23, 1968

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THE rJEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTERS
OF CHICAGO
OFFER
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
IN SOCIAL WORK ORIENTED
DAY AND COUNTRY CAMPS
DAY CAMPS-located through Chicago
Positions: Counselors (Male only)
Supervisory Staff
Specialists
CAMP CHI located 50 miles North of Madison
and the University of Wisconsin
Positions: Counselors

Cagers Whip

Ball State

to

End

4-Game Skid

4.

By BILL LEVIS
Even in victory, Michigan just
couldn't quite measure up.
The Wolverines fell one short of
the centurymark as they ran over
smaller Ball State quintet, 99-75.
before a slim crowd or 3,503 in the
Events Building last night.
"We just can't seem to put them
away," said a relieved Michigan
Coach Dave Strack after the Wol-
verines had recorded their first
victory of 1968 and fifth in 13
games. "We have to get the killer
instinct."
Ohio State killed Michigan last
Saturday in Columbus 103-70 but
Stracks' quintet just wasn't able
to do the same thing to Ball State
last night.
Just before the end of the first
half, Michigan looked like it was
going to run Ball State right off
the court. The Wolverines had
jacked up the score to 50-33 but
the Cardinals hit for four points
in the last 14 second to stay in

the game going into the second night, topped the Wolverines in
half. rebounds with 18. Tomjanovich
Michigan was able to handle also led Michigan with 28 points,
Ball State the rest of the way and hitting for 20 in the decisive first
the reason was defense, something, half.
definitely lacking in the Ohio "Big Rudy was really tough in
State debacle. there," announced a glowing
The Wolverines effectively closed Strack. "And (Jim) Pitts was
off the middle against the Car- rough on the boards."
dinals, something they could not The Michigan captain had one
accomplish against the taller of his better all-around nights,
Buckeyes. hitting for 19 points and pulling
I Played Better down 10 rebounds.
Michigan played better against Good Performances
the Cardinals than against the We had a good performances'
Buckeyes, in Strack's own words, all-around tonight. We showed we
"We ran a good offense and domi- can win as a team," asserted the
nated the basketball. We showed Michigan mentor.
we could play defense when we Both juniors Dennis Stewart and
keep our hands up." Bobb Sullivan also were able to hit
Michigan also was much more in double figures. And Sullivan,
aggressive on the boards last night. who has been hampered with a in-
The Wolverines pulled down 62 jured ankle, also snarled 10 re-
rebounds compared to 41 for the bounds.
Cardinals. Bill Fraumann, who started his
Rudy Tomjanovich, who was second straight game and first at
outmaneuvering his opponent all center, also showed marked im-
provement over his Columbus de-
W.n but. Fraumann worked well as a
WIll playmaker in the first half, hitting
BALL STATE Ken Maxey, Pitts and Willie Ed-'
G. Miller, f 4-8 1-1 9 1 wards with pinpoint passes that
Moore, f 5-12 3-5 13 5 resulted in six easy points for the
Ricks, c 9-15 2-2 20 5 Wolverines.
Kenedy, g 3-6 3-3 9 2 I
J. Miller, g 1-5 0-1 2 3 In all 11 players saw action for
Williamson, g 0-0 0-1 0 0 Michigan. Strack played 10 in the
Kitchens, g 0-5 0-0 0 2 first half looking for the best com-
Stillabower, f 8-15 0-0 16 3
S. Miller, c 1-1 3-5 5 0 bination of talent.
Selwa, c 0-0 0-0 0 2
Anderson, g 0-2 0-0 0 1 SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
Underhill, f 0-0 1-3 1 0 ELLIOTT BERRY
Totals 31-69 13-21 75 19

Even though Ball State was shut'
out underneath the basket, the
Cardinals managed to get several
good offensive performances. Cen-
ter Steve Ricks along with for-
wards Marzine Moore and Terry
Stillabower were especially accu-
rate for the outside.
Swished Nine
Ricks swished through nine of
15 shots from the corners to lead
Ball State with 21 points. Both
Stillabower and Moore were equal-
ly effective hitting for 16 and 13
points respectively.
And Strack had words of praise
for the Cardinals. "They run a
good offense, always moving and
shooting well.
"We're glad we had the game
scheduled. We needed a win."
SCORES__
ABA
New Jersey 111, Houston 104
Kentucky 100, Indiana 91
Collee

(Male & Fem
Supervisory Staff
Specialists
Waterfront
Campcraft
Arts & Crafts
Drivers
Nurses
Cooks

ale)
f

Finally, A
MICHIGAN

MR. LOUIS GROSS, Program Director of Camp Chi, will be inter-
viewing at the University of Michigon. If you are interested in
any of4the above, please stop at the office of Mrs. James Cooper,
Coordinator, Summer Placement Service, 3200 Student Activities
Building, for an interview on
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1968

Tom janovich,
Stewart, f
Fraumann, c
Maxey, g
Pitts, g
Edward, c
Bloodwoth, g
Henry, g
Sullivan, f
McClellan, f
Maundrell, g
Totals

G FT T
I 13-26 2-3 28
9-14 2-2 20
2-5 1-3 5
2-6 0-0 4
8-17 3-6 19
1-2 0-0 2
1-2 0-0 2
1-4 0-0 2
4-10 6-7 14
0-4 3-4 3
0-0 0-0 0
41-90 17-25 99

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18
8
4
3
10
0
0
10
4
1
62

Michigan 99, Ball State 75
Loyola Chi. 105, Windsor 52
Cincinnati 75, Memphis St. 6
(ovt.)
Mississippi St. 72, Alabama 69
Tennessee 87, Kentucky 59
Ohio State 66, Georgia Tech 55
E. Tennessee 61, E. Carolina 53
Boston U 112, Trinity 84
W. Carolina 96, Piedmont 74
WV. Va. State 100, Wheeling 81
Parsons 106, Northwood Instit. 90
Millersville 78, Shippensburg 74
Norfolk St. 93, Maryland St. 86
High Point 95, Pfiffer 70
N. Montana 79, W. Montana 78

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SOPHOMORE CENTER Rudy Tomjanovich tips ih two of his
game-leading 28 points for the Wolverines. Poised for the rebound
which didn't come is Jim Pitts (24) who popped in 19 points.
leers Enjoy Easy Weekend;*
Prime for Gopher Rematch
By RICH EPSTEIN easier time slipping the puck past
Fresh from two impressive week- the Western Ontario goal keeper.
end victories with Western On- Coach Renfrew also switched
tarid, the Michigan Icers will face netminder on Saturday night, re-
a toughtheMihsgan tersmwonlJaa-playing regular goalie Jim Keough
a tough, Minnesota team on Janu- with Harold Herman, but with
ary 26-27. The Wolverines over- more success than Western On-
whelmed Western Ontario 9-4 on tario's change. Coach Renfrew
Friday night, and produced anchne CohRnfw
r concluded that "Herman played a
even more impressive 13-3 win on fine game. The whole defense
Saturday. seemed to relax a bit on Saturday
Sophomore forward Doug Glen- night, but Herman still made someMi
dinning scored a hat trick Friday fine saves."
night, while Bruce Koviak and Lee This exhibition encounter will
Marttila both contributed hat not give Michigan too much rest,
tricks Saturday night. However, as the Wolverines face an uphill
putting Michigan's impressive vic-, battle of twelve straight league

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Coach Al Renfrew said, "The On-
tario goaltending was quite dis-
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This Weekend in Sports
FRIDAY
Hockey-Michigan at Minnesota
SATURDAY
Basketball-Ohio State at Events Building 2:15 p.m.
Wrestling-Purdue at Events Building 3:45 p.m.
Swimming--Purdue at Matt Mann Pool 1:30 p.m.
Hockey-Michigan at Minnesota

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