WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6,1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNSDA, DCEMBR 6 197 TH MI~iGN DALY AGEN--
By HUD ENGLEHART
Down in Durham, North Carol-
ina they make slow burning
cigarettes and slow-talking people
who rarely. push the accelerators
in their mouths.
Generally there are only two
things that make life hectic for
the easy-going city. Both things
are housed on Duke University's
Football is one of the two things
that excite Durham's populace
but the other one - the most
important one - puts a mass of
burning desire in the hearts of
' the Duke fan.
On a given night in 'Durham,
the polite Southerner will sud-
denly turn into King Rabble at
the sight of a Mike Lewis charg-
ing the boards and coming up
with a key rebound.
Basketball. That's what they
wait for all year and by the time
the season gets under way the
game is almost as precious as
secession was in 1860.
Michigan fans are going to find
out why basketball has such a
rousing influence in Durham as
Duke's Blue Devils invade the
new University Events Building
tonight at 8:00.
"We've scouted Duke," says
Michigan Head Coach D a v e
Strack, "and, as always, they have
a tough team."
Not only will Duke be tough
as always, they'll be fast as al-
ways, too. In their practice ses-
sions Vic Bubas, the Blue Devil
head coach, likes a lot of run-
ning. -There is nothing like dur-
ability when it comes to winning.
Bubas' formula for victory must
be a good one as he has yet to
suffer through a losing season as
head mentor of the Blue Devils
and many of his teams have en-
joyed national ranking.
According to Bubas, however,
finding the winning combination!
will not be easy this season.
"We only have one chance of
having the kind of team we've
been accustomed to having," says
Bubas, "We're just going to have
to outbattle our opponents. We
don't have the Vergas or Reidys
or Heymans that we've had in the
past. Those guys could carry you
through a game even if the rest
of the team was a little bit down.
"In our first game with VPI
we won Wvith a lot of hustle and
good defense and that's the way
it will have to be all season if we
expect to go anywhere," Bubas
Bubas calls his team a "strange
one" because he hasn't been able
to decide on one unit to carry
the Blue Devil hopes for the '67-
"I have nine players who I
wouldn't be afraid to play at any
and we're watching them every
day. That'll give you some idea
of how close these boys are."
Strack's main concern about
the game tonight is Duke's re-
"There boys are a little huskier
than ours," he says, "but if Ste-
wart and Tomjanovich can dupli-
cate their performance against
Detroit, we might be able to
match their power."
Bubas is particularly concerned
with the offensive punch that the
Wolverines displayed in Detroit
on Monday night.
"We know that Tomjanovich
can shoot the eyes out of the
basket and we'll certainly be try-
ing to contain him. Stewart was
very effective against Detroit and'
even though he has had a history
was hampered by a bad leg in MICHIGAN
the opening game against VPI (20) Bob Sullivan F
but claims that the leg is feeling (45) Rudy Tomjanovich F
better now and is expected to be (40) Dennis Stewart C
able to go full strength tonight. (24) Jim Pitts G
"Lewis is a very versatile play- (44) Ken Maxey G
er" says Bubas. "He rebounds
very well, he can work with his in Durham, Golden had 25 points.
back to the basket or away from Bubas is counting on Golden to
it, and he can charge the boards. pick up the slack left by the
He's also a very unselfish ball graduation All - American Bob
player - almost too unselfish. He Verga.
passes too much in order to keep Being so early in the season,
everybody happy but I keep tell- neither coach is ready to say who
ing him that he only has to keep could win the game. Both teams
me happy. I'd like to see him have a lot of question marks and
shoot more." both coaches think that anything
Shoot More could happen.
Ron Wendelin will also provide Says Bubas. "It's just so darn
the Blue Devils with added scor- early. We don't even know what
ing punch. Wendelin is one of kind of team we are yet."
the thr etatr ainn f
time," says Bubas. "On any given
night I just don't know what com-
bination will be the best. The
coaching staff hasn't 'even been
able to agree on who should start
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Dave Bing's basket
off a rebound with four seconds
left gave the Detroit Pistons a 111-
110 victory over the San Diego
Rockets in the first game of a
National Basketball Association
doubleheader last night.
Detroit, which trailed 82-74 after
three periods, finally tied thel
game at 95-95 on two straight
field goals by rookie Jim WalkerI
with about five minutes left.
The lead then seesawed back
and forth until Bing grabbed the
rebound of Terry Dischinger's
missed shot and banked in the
Bing led the Pistons with 23
points, 12 of the in the final
quarter. Dischinger added 22, 10
in the final period.
Don Kojis topped San Diego with,
* * *
NEW YORK-The New York'
Knickerbockers, sparked by Walt
Bellamy and Cazzie Russell, got
double figure scoring from nine
players last night and blasted the
Baltimore Bullets 148-117 in the
second game of a National Bas-
ketball Association doubleheader.
Bellamy scored 11 points as the
Knicks moved to a 30-28 first
period lead and Russell poured,
in 12 as New York went in front
68-57 at halftime. It was all New
York in the second half.
Bellamy finished with 28 points
and Russell 22. PhilJackson and
Willis Reed each. scored 15 for
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
of inconsistency we'll be trying
to contain him also."
Duke's prime offensive threat
is Mike Lewis, the team's second
leading scorer last year. Lewis
Sock San Di~ego
the Knicks, who had their season the score at 120. Jerry West added
high point burst. 23 points for the Lakers.
Gus Johnson scored 21, Leroy Chamberlain, who switched from
Ellis 20 for Baltimore. overhand to an underhand de-
livery at the free throw line,
PHILADELPHIA-Elgin Baylor's scored 31 points, including 7-of-15
'jump shot with 1:16 remaining in foul tries. Chet Walker added 27.
overtime, fired the Los Angeles --- -
Lakers to a 128-122 victory over
the Philadelphia 76ers last night
in a NBA game at the Spectrum.
The Lakers forced the game into
overtime on a free throw by Mel
Counts with 18 seconds left in
In the overtime period, Baylor
scored eight of his game-high 32
points. His winning shot came
after Wilt Chamberlain had tied r1
ue t ree s artersrunigro
last season and Bubas is count-
ing on him to lead the Duke
attack from the backcourt. He is
a very good ball-handler and has
a great deal of speed. He shot at
a 59.4 clip in last year's campaign.
Joe Kennedy, a 6-7, 210 lb.
senior, adds to the husky fore-I
court which the Wolverines will
have to tangle with tonight. Along
with Lewis and Tin Kolodziej
(6-5, 205), Kennedy sizes up as
a key man in the Devil attack.,
Junior Dave Golden will be
starting with Wendelin at guard.
In last year's game with Michigan
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Northwestern 87, Butler 69
Notre Dame 81, Wisconsin 73
Boston College 116, Dartmouth 69
Kansas State 81, Minnesota 56
Ohio U. 81, Otterbein 59
NYU 92, Heuter 76
Nebraska 94, South Dakota U. 61
Davidson 95, Furman 68
Tulane 104, Florida Southern 72
Oklahoma St. 61, Arkansas 52
Boston U. 79, Conn. 72
Princeton 77, Vilanova 52
Wichita St. 97, Mississippi St. 67
Steve Vandenberg 152)
Joe Kennedy (40)
Mike Lewis (42)
Ron Wendelin (22)
Dave Golden (20)
Cut Ribbons at
8 Balance the Budy1?
Let's face it. There are some
things that have to be done. In
that we differ from no other
But - the Paulist feels he can
rise above the everyday tasks
that must be done. Because he
is an individual and is treated
accordingly, he is free to de-
velop his own innate talents to
achieve his goals. Individuality
is the keynote of the Paulists.
We depend on the individual
to make his own unique con-
tribution. We welcome it. We
all profit by it
The first of the All-American can, BILL BRADLEY, has ful-
tackle triumverate to play foot- filled his active duty requirement
ball at MICHIGAN, FRAICIS in the Air Force reserves and
(WHITEY) WISTERT, was in-twill start practicing with the fail-
ducted into the national football ing NEW YORK KNICKS tom-
Hall of Fame last night at the morrow.
annual awards banquet in New Bradley, who was signed. to a
York. four-year contract for an esti-
Wistert played for Coach Harry mated $500,000 by the National
Kipke during a three-year span Basketball Association team, said
(1931-33) as Michigan gained a yesterday he was looking forward
share or won outright the con- to playing with the club.
ference title each of those years. * * *
The other two brothers of the Placed on the injured reserve
famed three-some are Albert Wis- list yesterday by the DETROIT
tert, All-American in 1942, and LIONS, punter - flanker 'PAT
Alvin Wistert, -All-American in STUDSTILL and tight end RON
both 1948-49. KRAMER will be lost to the team
* * *for the rest of the National Foot-
Former Princeton All-Ameri- ball League season.
* * *
Three years after leaving the
general manager position of the
a CrST. LOUIS CARDINALS follow-
ing a dispute with club officials,
BILL DEVINE was rehired to take
over the job from Stan Musical.
The Tae - Kwon - Do karate Also announced yesterday, the
club is holding an exhibition NEW YORK METS named Vice-
this Saturday at Waterman President JOHNNY MURPHY as
Gym from 1-5 p.m. The public acting general manager, replacing
is invited. Devine.
W L Pet. Behind
Boston 16 6 .727
Philadelphia 17 8 .680 1/
Detroit 15 10 .600 2142
New York 12 14 .462 6
Baltimore 9 13 .409 7
Cincinnati 9 14 .391 7!/
St. Louis 20 7 .741
xSan Francisco 19 8 .704 1
Los Angeles 14 11 .560 5
Chicago 8 18 .308 111!
xSeattle 7 19 .269 1212
San Diego 5 23 .179 1512
x-Late game not included.
Detroit 111, san Diego 110
New York 148, Baltimore 117
Los Angeles 128, Philadelphia 122,
Chicago 105, Cincinnati 104
Seattle vs. San Francisco at
Los Angeles at Baltimore
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
New York at Boston
Chicago at Detroit
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