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Saturday, March 9, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, March 9, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Sever.

WHAT'S HAPPENING:
Major League Ball
Back in Sport Limelight
CLEARWATER-Richie Allen, the Philadelphia Phillies'
star third baseman still recovering from a severely cut hand
suffered last season, unexpectedly left training camp, the club
said yesterday.
No reason was given for Allen's sudden departure. He had
not participated in workouts Thursday:
Allen severly cut his right hand last season when he ac-
cidentally pushed it through an auto headlight near his Phila-
delphia home. Despite nerve damage, the big, slugging infielder,
apparently was making progress and getting ready for this sea-
son.
There was some talk the 25-year-old Allen might be shifted
to the outfield if his fielding was bothering him. He could not
be reached for comment immediately.
* * *4
ST. PETERSBURG-Tom Seaver of the New York Mets, the
National League's Rookie-of-the-Year in 1967, narrowly escaped
serious injury yesterday when he was hit on the head with a line
drive.
The young right-hander was walking toward the outfield
during practice when coach Eddie Yost hitting grounders to in-
fielders accidentally slammed a line drive that caught Seaver
on the back of his head.
Seaver was taken to a hospital where x-rays were negative.
He said he would be ready to pitch Saturday when the Mets
face St. Louis in their opening exhibition game.
PARIS (P) - A letter from French Olympic ski cham-
pion Jean-Claude Killy, swearing he was not paid by a maga-
zine for exclusive photos, has been forwarded to the Inter-
national Ski Federation as evidence that Killy had not
violated his amateur standing.
At stake are the three gold medals Killy won in the
winter Olympics at Grenoble last month and his continued
participation in amateur ski meets counting for the World Cup.

DON CHANEY

Wo verines Tough in
Statistical Scramble
With one basketball game re- 92.3 percent held by Indiana's
maining in the season, the Wol- Jon McClocklin.
verines hold down three of the Minnesota's Tom Kondla, last
top ten positions in the Big Ten year's scoring champion, has aver-
scoring race. The Michigan con- aged 30 points a game in his last
tingent is headed by sophomore nine games to boost himself into
Rudy Tomjanovich, in seventh a current third position in league
with a 19.7 points per game av- scoring. After his first five games,
erage. Kondla was averaging only 13.2
Immediately following is Jim points a game.
Pitts, a senior scoring at a 19.2 First in Rebounds
pace. Dennis Stewart completesFisinRbud
pace Denis tewrt cmpltes Fourth in scoring, but first in
the trio, in ninth place with 18.8 rebounds per game average with
points.
Hitting for nearly 30 points per 14.1, is the Badgers' Joe Franklin.
igame-29.8 exactly-Purdue's Rick Rounding out the top five is Dave
Mount has a commanding lead Scholz of Illinois.
over second place Sam Williams of Tomjanovich and Pitts combine
Iowa in the conference scoring as the fourth best one-two punch
race. Mount has already posted in all Big Ten games. Their com-
the finest scoring average in bined average of 37.6 puts them
league history for a sophomore, seven points behind the Purdue
1vaenu stof t ao epaom duo of Mount and Bill Keller.
even if he fails to score a pointduofM ntadBlKeer
against Indiana today. -.Rebounding power has been one
Best Soph of the factors aiding Michigan to
Mount's 387 points beats out the its last three victories. The Wol-
384 scored by Purdue's Terry verines stand second behind
Dischinger in his rookie season of Northwestern in rebounding with
1960. If Mount scores at least 33 an average of 44.1 per game.
points today he will get back to Ohio State, with its season corn-
the 30.0 average mark and become pleted, established a new Big Ten
the eighth player in league history season field goal average with a
to finish a season over 30 points mark of .516 (481 of 933). It sur-
per game. passed the record of .497, set by
Another Boilermaker, Bill Kel- the 1960 Ohio State team. The
ler, has a shot at the season free Buckeyes also own the third and
throw accuracy mark. He rides at fourth best season shooting marks
92 presently, with the record of of .495 in 1961 and .490 in 1962.
Top Big Ten Scorers

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
JIM PITTS (24), senior captain of the Wolver ines, pulls in important rebound against the Iowa
Hawkeyes. Pitts, a 6'3". guard, is playing his last game in a Michigan uniform tonight at Iowa
City. Dennis Stewart (40), junior forward, also attempts to snatch the ball as Hawkeyes Chad
Calabria (43), Glenn Vidovic (44) and Ron Norman (hidden) look on.

IOWA TITLE-BOUND

Cougars and
Bonnies See
'First Action
By The Associated Press
Top-ranked Houston and third-
rated St. Bonaventure carry the
nation's only perfect college bas-
ketball records into the first
round of the National Collegiate
tournament tonight.
Seven games at four scattered
sites get the championship off
the ground with most of the in-
terest centered at Salt Lake City,
Utah, where All-American Elvin
Hayes, guard Don Chaney, and
their Houston mates shoot for
their 30th straight victory - 29
this season - against Loyola of
Chicago and at Kingston, R.I.,
where St. Bonaventure, 22-0,
plays Boston College.
These are openers pointing to
the semifinals' and finals at Los
Angeles March 22-23.
Tonight
Other games in the NCAA to-
night include:
At Salt Lake City - New Mexi-
co State vs. Weber State, the
other half of the double header
involving Houston and Loyola.
At College Park, Md--Colum-
bia vs. Lasalle; Davidson vs. St.
John's, N.Y., afternoon double-
header.
At Kent, Ohio-Florida State
vs. East Tennessee; Marquette
vs. Bowling Green.
Also on tap tonight, are the
finals in the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference tournament at Charlotte,
with either Duke or North Caro-
lina favored to go to the NCAA
and. the runner-up entering the
rival National Invitation Tourn-
ament. South Carolina, should it
win the ACC, is ineligible to com-
pete in either tourney.

Cagers Challenge

First-Plae

Hawks

By JOEL BLOCK
It's not the Houston-UCLA Clas-
sic, but it's a big game neverthe-
less.
When Michigan forward Rudy
Tomjanovich jumps against Iowa
center Dick Jensen tonight at
8:30 (est) =in Iowa City two Big
Ten basketball championships
may be on the line.
For the Hawkeyes, a victory
means undisputed possession of
their first conference cage title
Tonight's game between Mich-
igan and Iowa can be heard over
WCBN, WAAM and WUOM-FM.
Game time is, 8:30 p.m.
since 1956, and a chance to com-
pete In the NCAA Mideast re-
gional at Kentucky on March 15
and 16.
A loss in today's game will
give ,the Hawkeyes a chance to
play in a different kind of game,
a play-off contest with co-
champion Ohio State. The play-
off, first of its kind in Big Ten
history, will be held next Tues-
t Conferene
T o R estrict
TV, Contests
By The 'Associated Press
CHICAGO - The Big Ten once
again has moved to curtail the
telecasting of sellout football
games.
At a meeting of faculty repre-
sentatives and athletic directors,
A the Big Ten moved to add fur-
thei television restrictions which
are allowed under the code of the
National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation.
Under the NCAA .rules, an in-
stitution is permitted to telecast
a sellout game if there is no
conflict of other games in the
area and if the game involved is
outside of a 400-mile, radius.
The Big Ten is aiming to dis-
courage all telecasts except, of
course, the NCAA's game of the
week.

day at Purdue's brand new arena.
For the Wolverines, it could be
the stepping off point for a suc-
cessful run at next year's Big Ten
championship.
It would cap the Wolverines'
.current three - game winning
streak, a streak which has in-
cluded winsoverhMinnesota,
Northwesternrand previous title-
contender Purdue.
The game also means the end
of senior captain Jim Pitts' col-
lege career. Pitts is the lone sur-
viving teammate of Cazzie Rus-
sell, and his departure means the
end of one era and the beginning
of another. He has been Michi-
gans steadiest player this season,
averaging 19.2 points per confer-
ence game while pulling down
7.5 rebounds- per contest.
No Sponge
The stakes are high for both
teams, and Iowa coach Ralph
Miller knows it. "If we're mental-
ly down tomorrow, we'll lose,"
he predicted last night. "This
Michigan team isn't going to
throw in the sponge for any-
body," he went on.
The Hawkeyes are on a streak
of their own, a four-game binge,
and'have won seven out of their
last eight. The main cause for
their consistency has been the
addition of Glenn "Stick" Vidno-
vic to the starting line-up.
The spindly 6'5" sophomore for-
ward joined the team exactly
eight games ago and his added
13.8-point scoring punch has in-

The Lineups

IOWA
(5) Sam Williams
(44) . Glenn Vidnovic
(4) Dick Jensen
(11) Ron Norman
(43) Chad Calabria

Pos.
F
F
C
G
6

(45)
(40)
(20)
(44)
(24)

MICHIGAN
Rudy TomJanovich 6'7"
Dennis Stewart 6'6"
Bo} Sullivan 6'4
Ken Maxey 5'9
Jim Pitts 6'3"

i
t

1. Rick Mount, Pur. ................
2. Sam Williams, Iowa...........
3. Tom Kondla, Minn.............
4. Franklin, Wis. ....................
5. Dave Scholz, Ill . ..................
6. Bill Hosket, OSU... .......
7. Rudy Tomjanovich, Mich......
8. Jim Pitts, Mich.:..............
9. Dennis Stewart, Mich............
10. Herman Gilliam, Pur. ............
11. Steve Howell, OSU......... ....
12. Dale Kelley, NU ...............
13. Dave Sorenson, OSU ............
14. Bill Keller, Pur. .................
15. Lee Layette, MSU..............
16. James Johnson, Wis.............

FG FT Pts PPG
.451 .814 387 29.8
.462 :735 329 25.3
.450 .679 336 24.0
.487 .672 312 24.0
.417 .705 305 23.5
.587 .635 298 21.3
.457 .723 256 19.7
.434 .586 249 19.2
.432 .716 244 18.8
.464 .814 227 17.5
.490 .763 241 17.2
.386 .709 223 17.2
.601 .661 233 16.6
.466 .920 212 16.3
.389 .663 209 16.1
.446 .766 208 16.0

R
2.7
10.1
9.4
14.1
9.6
10.6
11.2
7.5
9.5
10.2
5.1
5.8
11.4
5.4
11.2
7.6

JIM PITTS

fused the Hawkeyes with new
strength.
"Glenn has been a great help
in that he's given us some more
offense on the front line," Miller
lauded. "We've got a much more
balanced scoring attack with
shooters from both sides of the
court, and he's taken some of the
pressure off Sam Williams."
End for Williams
The ever-present Sam Williams
will also be playing in his last
regularly-scheduled Big Ten game
tonight. Williams is currently sec-
ond to sensational soph Rick
Mount in Big Ten scoring with
a 25.3 average.
Williams' 34 points against

Minnesota Monday night put him
one ahead of Don Nelson's 572-
point Iowa scoring record for a
single season. Also graduating
with Wililams will be Breedlove,
Rich Agnew, a 6'6" forward, Rol-
ly McGrath, 6'1" guard, and
Dave White, 6' guard.
Another Sophomore
One of Miller's returning play-
ers is starting sophomore guard
Chad Calabria. Calabria is Iowa's
second-leading scorer in the con-
ference at 15.8 points per game. In
the first Michigan-Iowa game this
year at the Events Building, he
victimized the Wolverines with a
flurry of 15-foot jump shots, tal-
lying 23 points in the 99-86 rout.
When asked what his greatest
problem will be today with the
Wolverines, Miller asserted "Just
beating them will be enough of a
task.
"This club (the Wolverines) has
been very late in jelling. But their
last three games have proved that
they're a strong team now and
they're a lot better than what
Sports Illustrated said about
them," he said.
The current issue of Sports Il-
lustrated calls Michigan "perhaps
one of the two weakest teams in
the league." Miller stated about

the Big Ten, "I have always felt
there never has been a great dif-
ference between the teams in this
league from top to bottom."
Strategywise, Iowa will use their
familiar full-court press, hoping
to force Michigan into the same
sophomoric mistakes they made
last year and the first half of
this year. Miller said that his
teams never concentrate on de-
fending against a high-scorer such
as Rudy Tomjanovich but that he
runs a "five-man defense."
Last Chapce
Today's game gives outgoing
senior Jim Pitts a chance to better
his luke-warm showing in Michi-
gan's last encounter with the
Hawkeyes. In that game he hit a
disappointing six for 18 from the
field and 16 points overall.
Pitts will be working against
Sam Williams on offense but will
undertake the unenviable task 01
covering the Detroit Northerr
product on defense.
One factor which is sure to gc
against the Wolverines is the
Hawkeyes' home court advantage.
They haven's lost a Big Ter
game in the Iowa Field House yet
this season, and 12,900 deter-
mined fans have already boughi
it out for this game.

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INDIA'STUDENTS'ASSOCIATION and
CENTER FOR SOUTH & SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
PRESENT A TALK
O MR. JAYA PRAKASH NARAIN
(an eminent politician and Sarvodaya leader from India
ON
Future of Democracy in India
Tuesday, March 12 at 8:15 P.M.
13 at Rackham Amphitheater.
ALL ARE WELCOME
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Montreal
New York
Boston
Chicago
Toronto
Detroit

36
33e

JL T Pts
6 18 10 82
3 19 11 77
3322 10 76
920 15 73
27 9 61
30 10 54
st Division

GF
201
195
231
189
167
200

GA
139
158
189
182
146
209
158
200
198
160
187
189

NHL
Eastern Division

Philadelphia 26 28 10 62 150
Los Angeles 27 30 6 60 172
Minnesota 24 27 12 60 1162
St. Louis 22 27 13 57 149
Pittsburgh 21 30 12 54 161
Oakland 15 36 14 44 138
Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.
Today's Games
Chicago at Montreal
Detroit at Toronto
New York at Minnesota
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
Oakland at St. Louis
Tomorrow's Game's
Toronto at Chicago, afternoon
Los Angeles at New York
Detroit at Boston

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Big Ten

Iowa
x-Ohio State
Purdue
Northwestern
Wisconsin
Illinois
MICHIGAN
Michigan Stat
Indiana
xMinnesota

Standings
10 3 .769
10 4 .714
8 5 .615
7 6 .538
7 6 .538
6 7 .462
5 8 .385
e 5 8 .385
4 9 .308
4 10 .286

-1

Ed

x-Season completed
Today's Games
Purdue at Indiana (TV, 1:30
p.m., channel 4)
* MICHIGAN at Iowa
Illinois at Michigan State
Wisconsin at Northwestern

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