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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE N'TNk

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5,1967 THE MTCHI(~AN DAIlY PA(1! TNW

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'Tommy'

Stewart

Pace

104-99

4- 11'1

Win

By HUD ENGLEHART
Special To The Daily
DETROIT-Rudy Tomjanovich
and Dennis Stewart paced the
Michigan Wolverines to a 104-99
victory over the University of De-
troit last night with 28 and 29
points respectively.
Tomjanovich and Stewart each
had 16 rebounds in the Wolver-
ine's first winning effort of the
season.
The first half of the game was
close all the way as neither team
was able to mount a substantial
lead.,
* The Wolverines scored first and
took an early 3-0 lead. But the
Titans came back quickly to take
the lead for one of the four times

they were ahead in the half. With
the score tied 12-12, and 16:20 re-
maining in the half, Michigan for-
ward Bob Sullivan sunk one of his
twisting lay-ups to put Michigan
ahead 14-12.
Brisker Moves
Shortly after Michigan took the
lead, Ken Maxey fouled Ralph
Brisker in a bonus situation.
Brisker made one of the two shots
to make the score 14-13.
With 14:45 remaining Brisker
broke away after a missed Mich-
igan shot and sunk a jump shot
from the foul line to give Detroit
a 15-14 lead.
The lead then seesawed for
several minutes before the Wolver-
ines could get ahead 28-24. The

Titans surged back and with 5:51

wart cut to ribbons. Tomjanovich

throughout the entire game was

From that point onward the

left in the half Detroit took the hit nine of the 14 shots he took in markedly improved over last Sat- Titans weren't even in the hunt.
lead 35-34. the first half. Only two of the urday's performance against Ken- After the game, Strack was
Tomjanovich then took over for shots were made from inside 25 tucky. But the Wolverines left the jubilant over the victory.
the Wolverine offense and poured feet. He ended the half with 18 floor at half time with Sullivan. "It was an offensive battle all
in ten of the last Michigan points points. Jim Pitts, and Maxey all having the way," he said. "But we did
in the first half. When the half In the meantime, Stewart was three fouls. The fouls accounted show flashes of good defense."
ended the Wolverine had a 54-51 mopped up under the basket. He for much of the tight scoring in The Michigan defense was re-
lead. was eight for 12 in the half and the first half. sponsible for more than half of
Detroit fielded a 1-2-2 zone de- ended up wtih 19 points. There were 24 personal fouls in the 20 turnovers committed by De-
fense and Tomjanovich and Ste- Michigan's d e f e n s i v e play the first half, and Michigan had troit.
14 of them. "We got the clutch baskets,"
Michigan head coach Dave =Strack said, "and it helps to have
Strack was pleased with the work them when you need them."
that was done by his cagers under
the boards. Titan-sick Defense
The beginning of second half
looked like a carbon copy of the DETROIT
first as Tomjanovich scored four Rodwan 4-14 F10 14 4 1
points to put Michigan ahead 58- Abramavicius 2-8 o-0 3 3 4
54. swartzfager 7-9 7-12 11 4 21

BIG TEN:
Hawkeyes Clip Salukis;
Indiana Tops Missouri

With Detroit ahead 69-57 andI
seven minutes gone in the half.
the Wolverines broke loose on two
baskets by Willie Edwards, who re-
placed Sullivan after his fourth
foul, a 28-footer by Tomjanovich
and a 15-footer by Pitts to go
ahead 75-69.
Never Headed
The Wolverines never lost the
lead after the eight-point burst.'
Michigan increased the lead to
93-85 with 4:05 left in the game
when Stewart converted a beauti-
ful Bloodworth pass into a field-
goal.

Brisker
Salci
Richardson
McIntosh
totals
Percentages

6-18 6-6 -
8-16 5-5
8-17 1-2
1-1 0-0
36- 3 27-35 4
44.4% 77.1%

2 3
2 3
9 1
2 0
45 18

MICHIGAN

By The Associated Press
r IOWA CITY - Iowa held off
stubborn Southern Illinois for a
61-49 non-conference baseball vic-
tory last night that snapped the
Salukis' 21-game victory string.
The Haweyes led all the way
but never quite managed to break
the game open.
Ahead 29-23 at intermission,
Iowa took a 40-38 lead with about
15 minutes remaining. But a Sal-
uki rally, led by Dick Garrett, cut
the advantage to 47-41 with 9:35
to go.
Four straight free throws by
Iowa's Dick Jensen in an 11-
second span and a basket by Sam
Williams pushed Iowa into a 53-
41 lead, but Southern Illinois
rallied again to narrow the gap
to 56-49 with five minutes to go.
However, the error-prone Visitors
didn't score after that, while Iowa
used free throws in the closing
minutes to put it away.
Williams finished with 18, while
sophomore Chad. Calabria con-
tributed nine. Garret led Southern
with 14.
It was Iowa's second straight
victory; Southern Illinois is 2-1
* * *

the 6-foot-9 junior made the dif-
ference in the second half. He
collected nine rebounds.
Jones led Missouri with 20
points. Don Tomlinson and Tom
Johnson each added 17. Tomlin-
son and Tom Johnson each added
17. Tomlinson was the top re-
bounder with 11.
Missouri had a 44-43 edge in
rebounds. Indiana sank 28 of 88
field shots for 32 per cent, while
Missouri hit 22 of 71 for 29 per
cent.
* * * .
HOUSTON - Elvin Hayes col-
lected 33 points and 21 rebounds
and led Houston, the nation's No.
2 college basketball team, to a
90-75 victory over Abilene Christ-
ian last night.
Abilene Christian's ball-control
game ketp it within two points of
the Cougars, 36-34, at intermis-
sion. The Wildcat attack centered
around John Ray Godfrey, who
scored 29 points, hauled in seven
rebounds and made seven assists.
The Wildcats' defense dropped
Houston's season scoring average
to the 100-point mark after two
games. In the Cougars' opener
against Sacramento State, all five

G
Sullivan 5-12
Tonjanovich 14-23
Stewart 12-21
Pitts 8-15
Bloodwortli 3-5
Edwards 2-3
Maxey 0-3
Totals 44-82
Percentages 53.7%
MICHIGAN
Detroit
Attendence 7,254

FT R
1-1
0-1 1
5-5
6-11
4-5
0-0
0-0
16-23
69.6%
54
51

R
5
16
16
1
3
2
50

P
5
4
5
4
2
3
3
26

18
21
7
2
99
T
11
28
29
22
10
4
0
104

50-104
48- 99

UNIVERSITY CHARTER FLIGHTS
DETROIT- LONDON- DETROIT
MAY 9-JUNE 20...........$205
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JUNE 27-AUGUST 23 .......$250

-Daily-Jim Forsyth
BOB SULLIVAN scores two of his 11 points last night against
Detroit.
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Work Pref.
Mail to R. Petersen
612 City-County Bldg.
Detroit 48226

-Daily-Jim Forsyth
D9NNIS STEWART beats Detroit's Jerry Swartzfager for an
easy Iayup and two points. The Wolverine junior scored 29
points and brought down 16 rebounds in Michigan's winning ef-
fort.

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COLUMBIA, Mo. - Bill DeHeer starters ended in double figures. h
hit 20 of his 25 points In the - -O
second half and pulled the Indi-
ana Hoosiers to a 78-69 basket- By The Associated Press
ball victory last night over the NEW YORK - Penn State was
scrappy Missouri Tigers, who F named yesterday as winner of
stayed in striking range until the the Lambert Trophy, symbolizing
closing minutes. the best major college football
Missouri's Gene Jones pulled team in the East.
the Tigers within one poidt at COLLEGE BASKETBALL It marked the fifth time the
67-66 with 3:29 to go, and the Ohio State 76, Florida State 69 Nittany Lions had won the trophy
margin was two points at 1:52. Drake 82, Minnesota 63 awarded on the basis of a poll
Then DeHeer hit a layup and Iowa 61, southern Illinois 49 by sports writers and !broadcasters
the Hoosiers went into a semi- vanderbilt 78, Auburn 65etst 74 in the area.
stall, cashing in free throws as Louisiana State 87, Texas 74 Penn State, bound for the Ga-
Missouri fought for the ball. Houston 90, Abilene Christian 75 tor Bowl and a date with Florida
The score was tied nine times Ferris State 87, Michigan Tech 70 State, was a unanimous choice of
The Citadel 74, Clemson 70Maewsaunim schceo
in the first half, and Missori led Arizona state 101, Pepperdine 83 the eight selectors, receiving a
39-37 at intermission. DeHeer, the ABA total of 80 points on the basis of
game's top shooter, made only Kentucky 107, Denver 85 ten for first place vote, nine for
five points in the first period, but Minnesota 99, Houston 96 second, etc.
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