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PAGE EIGHT

THE IWIMIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1969

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Daily may or may not be in vio-
lation of Big Ten rules." he ex-
plained. "We have no information
in our office indicating that any
conference school was engaging
in illegal activities of the alleged
kind. Therefore, these allegations
warrant a serious investigation."
Meanwhile, Daugherty was re-
ported to be heading back to East
Lansing today from a trip to San
Francisco.
Telephone Calls
"Michigan State does not tol-
erate athletes charging telephone
calls," Daugherty was reported as
saying by the Chicago Tribune.
"However. you know how boys aye
... Our coaches' office telephone
numbers are well known. Some-
times at night when the operator
cannot check, athletes will charge,
calls to the coaching offices.
They've been warned, however.
that they'll be billed for every
call."
In answer to the admission by
Warren Wardwell, manager of the
Butterfield theater chain in East
Lansing; that footballkplayers
were getting movie tickets at
greatly reduced prices ($.25),
Daugherty replied:
"That's the courtesy shown us
because most coaches like to have
their players watch a movie the
Friday night before a game. The

team, in the Big Ten cellar with j
a 1-6 record, travels to Champaign ILLINOIS
tonight to face a surprising Illi-3Bandy Crews (6-5 1
nois quintet that currently finds aMie Crews6-5
itself in fourth place with a 4-2 Mieecel(6-3)
'mark.Daescusom 16-8) C
The Illini. who lost two starters Les Busboom (6-4) G
in last season's infamous slush Jodie Harrison (6-3) G
fund scandal, were expected to go MICHIGAN
through a massive rebuilding pro-
gram this year. Instead. Illinois, Rudy Tomjanovich (6-7) F
under new head coach Harv Sch- Dennis Stewart (6-6) F
midt, is making a run for the Big Bob Sullivan (6-4) C
Ten crown. Ken Maxey (5-9) G
"Schmidt has done a real good Jim Pitts (6-3) G
job changing the Illini from a
run and shoot to a well-disciplin- "Their offense revolves com-
ed team," said Michigan assistant pletely around Scholz," stated Orr.
coach John Orr. The Illini's second leading scorer,
Ranks First forward Randy Crews, has only
Illinois ranks first in the con- an 11 point average.
ference in defense, allowing only "The strange things is that even
p1009 points in 16 games; less than "The strange things that wouldn't
63 points a game. Orr was quick even be starting if Dunlap were
to point out however that they still playing," Observed Orr. "He
have won three or four games by is a very fine ballplayer on a good
one point. Illini team that does have talent.
"You should rate defense by
the difference in the score," he ; ... ......:.. ,,.":: . , "E ,."s
added. The Illini have averaged Tonight's basketball game will
only one more point than their be broadcast starting at 9:00,
opponents in posting their 9-7 over WCBN, WAAM, and WUOM
overall record. FM.
"On defense, Illinois plays man-

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ing athletes. It is done only dur-
ing football seasondand certainly
is not a promise made to induce
athletes to come to Michigan
State."
Daugherty, in explaining the:
payment of parents' expenses for
visiting the campus, explained, "if
a high school boy wants to visit
Michigan State, we can pay forI
one trip. If his parents drive him,
we give the expense money to
them, not him. That's legitimate."
Bader s Su
Frankln Leo
MADISON, Wis. () - Wiscon-
sin's hot-shooting Badgers thrust
themselves back into the Big Ten
title race last night with an 86-78
basketball victory over the league-
leading Ohio State Buckeyes.

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Orr. They put a lot of pressure on Everybody felt kind of sorry for
the other team, playing real them last year but we knew they
tight."-had good players. Why, everyone
The biggest man in the Illini s of their starters was highly re-
started lineup this year is center cruited except for (guard Les
Dave Scholz. Scholz moved into Busboom.
the starting lineup last season Benny.Louis, the captain, is the
when highly touted Rich Jones only one of two seniors on the
and Ron Dunlap had to leave the squad who sees much action and
squad. The 6'8" junior hit for a he doesn't start. Besides Scholz.
20.5 average last year, and is Schmidt starts juniors Jodie Har-
averaging about the same this rison and Busboom at the guards
season. andnsophomores Randy Crews and
Mike Price at the forward posts.
sports information director. Crews,
n Bucke yes; who played with a cast on his
left hand, earlier in the season,
provides the Illini with strong out-
side shooting. Price is regarded as
ads A ttack the team's most complete player.
Michigan, which has only won
Joe Franklin topped the well- the Big Ten game, a 113-101 rout
balanced Badger attack with 23 of Minnesota, plans to start the
points in helping Wisconsin atone same lineup that they in their
for an 86-64 defeat at the hands sixth conference lost to Iowa last
of the Buckeyes 10 days ago. Saturday 99-86: Bob Sullivan who
Despite the l O S startedhis first game as center
te loss, Ohio State against Iowa did an excellent job
held its shaky lead with a 6-2 scoring 21 points in the defeat.
conference record. Northwestern
and Iowa, both 5-2, followed byI Big Ten Standings
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Wisconsin grabbed sole posses-
sion of fifth place by upping its
record to 5-3.
Wisconsin grabbed a lead with
five minutes gone in the game.
Mike Carlin drilled two long
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The Buckeyes, led by Bill Hos-
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Wisconsin 86, Ohio St. 78
Today's Games
Michigan at Illinois
Northwestern at Minnesota

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