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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U iv"AXI JAINUAKY 28, 1968

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Rally Seals 'M' Fate

(Continued from Page 1) The Wolverines used an effec- Rudy Tomjanovich. Michigan for-
balize their thoughts on the mat- Live man-to-man pressing defense ward, was either in deep foul
ter. But, in the interest, here are to keep the Buckeyes off balance trouble or sitting out the game.
a couple of opinions. and in trouble most of the game. The game was headed into its
Ohio Sate Coach Fred Taylor: Last week at Columbus they could sixth minute, in fact, before Hos-
'Yes, they did sort of call them not do this as Buckeyes pummeled ket registered the first of his
close out there, I would have to them 103 to 70. It was this im- 26 points. Jump shots by Tom-
agree with you." proved defense that was the dif- janovich, Pitts, Stewart and Ste-
Ohio State forward Jody Fin- ference between last week and wart again had given the Wol-
ney: "Close? Why when I went this time out. ' verines an eight point lead at
into the game as a sub they told Big Bill Hosket, 6'7" 228 pound 18-10-
me, "You better clean up this;senior from Dayton, Ohio, was Happy Hosket
game or you're going to be shoot- once again the Buckeye thorn in But with Tomjanovich picking
ing foul shots all afternoon.'"Just the Wolverine flesh. There were up fouls almost as fast as the
for the record, it was a Finney times when he shot and rebound- referees could blow them, Strack
free throw to cap a three-point ed Michigan silly but most of his was forced to lift his precocious
play that closed the door on the 'productivity came in streaks. The sophomore. That, apparently, was
Wolverines. streaks were most notable when the equivalent of taking a heavy
load off Hosket's back for he
Wolverines Lose on 'Foul' Play almost immediately began to open
MICHGAN HIO TATEup the Ohio State atack.
MICHIGAN OHIO STATE During one dazzling minute and
G FT R P T Hosket, 10-14 6-10 15 4 26 a half interval he poured in ten
Tomjan- Howell, f 6-13 2-3 1 3 14 he
ovich, f 2-6 2-3 6 5 6 Sorenson, c 4-7 2-4 7 4 19 points and snatched up every re-
Stewart, f 14-27 4-6 9 5 32 Meadors, g 3-5 2-4 3 5 8 bound in sight. Despite great
Frauiann, c 0-1 2-4 4 4 2 Swain, g 0-1 2-2 1 1 2 counter shooting by Michigan's
Maxey, g 3-11 2-2 6 4 8 Gieddes, g 5-8 0-0 2 5 10 Sullivan and Stewart, the Wolver-
Pitts, g 4-12 7-15 5 5 15 Finney, g 4-10 3-5 5 4 11
Sullivan, f 6-10 11-14 7 4 23 Barclay, g 1-2 3-5 1 1 5 Ines found themselves on the
Edwards, c 0-0 1-0 5 3 0 Andreas, f 0-0 0-3 2 2 0 short end of a 45-44 halftime
Henry, g 1-1 0-0 1 2 2 Schabel, g 1-1 2-3 1 1 4
McClellan, f 2-4 0-0 4 3 4 Smith, f 2-3 1-2 2 1 5 sco e s
TOTAL 36-64 23-41 49 31 95 But the start of the second half
TOTALS 32-72 28-45 53 35 92 Floor shooting percentage: 56.3% 1 left the Buckeyes flatfooted as
Floor Shooting Percentage: 44.4%,MICHIGAN 44 48-92 the Wolverines, led by the sharp
___ OHIO STATE 45 50-95 shooting Stewart, flipped in seven
straight points to take a 51-44
lead.
But some poor floor play by
the Wolverines enabled the Bucks
CHINA IN CRISIS: to come within two at 55-52. From
A EYEWITNESSREPORTathen on Michigan played a game
AN EEWITESSREPO T fof 'catch me if you can' which
the Buckeyes did several times
a public lecture byonly to lose the lead and then
a pulic ectue bybegin the chase again.
HARALD MUNTHE-KAAS With Stewart and McClellan
Rhaving hot hands Michigan
Recently Peking correspondent for the jumped into a 84-76 lead with
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Strange#
Then something strange hap-
pened. The Buckeyes began con-
verting free throws just as the,
Wolverines started missing them.
Buckeye Jody Finney moved in
for a lay up with three minutes
left to play to tie the score 85-
85.
Stewart tossed in a thirty footer
but missed an opportunity to
make a three point, play. Then
Craig Barclay, a Buckeye sub,
calmly dropped in two foul shots
and Finney added a three point
play to make it 91-87.
Maxey countered with a jump-
er for the Wolverines but Sulli-
van, with an opportunity to tie,
could only convert one of two
foul shots.
With 35 seconds left Hosket put
in a cripple,. the technical was
called on the crwd and two
meaningless scores were exchang-
ed to eiifd the game, 95-92,

MICHIGAN'S DENNIS STEWART lets fly for two of his game-
leading total of 32 points over the outstretched arm of Buckeye
star Bill Hosket. Hosket led Ohio State with 26 points to pace
a 95-92 victory. Others in the picture are Wolverines Jim Pitts
(24) and Bill Fraumann (35), and Buckeyes Steve Howell and
Jim Geddes (30).
Frosh Hustle Past
Baby Bucks, 83=78

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Mathem atic Students

By PHIL BROWN
Michigan's freshman basketball+
team used a tenacious man-to-
man defense and steady foul
shooting to defeat Ohio State's
yearlings 83-78, in a prelude to
yesterday's varsity confrontation.
"We felt that the boys played
very well," grinned assistant coach
Dick Honig after the win. "We ran
our offense better than we had ex-
pected we could.";
Led by Dan Fife's 26 points and
the rebounding of Ton Lundstedt
and Rod Ford, the junior Wolver-
ines took a 40-35 halftime lead and
built it to a ten point advantage
early in the second frame.
Honig credited reserve guard
Rex Emerick's appearance late in
the first period for Michigan's in-
termission lead.
"Emerick really picked us up,"
he noted. The backcourt sub toss-
ed in three quick baskets, then
added three more in the second
half for a 12 point total.
,I guess the real key was our
bench," reflected the coach. "Bob
Mull, Bob Wilson, and Emerick all
did well when we needed help."
But it was the free throw shoot-
ing of Fife and Ford that put the

'final damper on the Buckeye frosh
attack. The pair took advantage
of 25 personal,called on Ohio State
(three Bucks fouled out) to record
19 charity tosses.
Ford's nine free throws helped
boost his game total to 19 in the %
Wolverines' first intercollegiate
contest.
The taller Buckeye squad was
unable to capitalize on its height
advantage, grabbing only 37 re-
bounds to the Wolverines' 44.

Fife Leads Frosh

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BASKETBALL
Northwestern
Iowa
Ohio State
Wisconsin
Illinois
Purdue
Indiana
Michigan State
Minnesota
MICHIGAN

STANDINGS ..

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3
3
2
2
2
2
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1
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1
2
2
3
4
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.800
.750
.750
.667
.667
.500
.500
.400
.000
.000

Fife
Bruns
Lundstedt
Ford
Rafferty
Mull
Emerick
TOTALS

MICHIGAN
G FT
8-19 10-17
1-4 0-0
6-13 2-3
5-16 9-10
3-5 2-2
1-4 0-1
5-9 2-3
29-70 25-36
OHIO STATE

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83
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11 4
5 5
6 1
0 5
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Ohio State 95, Michigan 92
Northwestern 82, Purdue 74
Illinois 68, Notre Dame 67

Kern.3-
Heyimer 7
Thompson 3-
Jacobson 4
Mackin 6-
Cunningham
Ames3
Taylor 2-
TOTALS -31-7
MICHIGAN
OHIO STATE

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4-12
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3-7
3-7
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2-3
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