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THURSDAY, DECEMBJER 7, x.967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7,1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY P&E~! ~'JTWW

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By GRAYLE HOWLETT
Associate Sports Editor
The :people around Durham,
N.C., like to talk about Vic Bubas'
torrid recruiting. They ,.say that
all the Duke coach has to do is
walk in his office and pick up a
strategically marked phone which
is a direct line to every high school
in the nation.
It was two such calls made four
years ago which resulted in a 93-
72 Duke victory over the Michigan
cagemen last night. One was to
Missoula, Montana (area code
406). and the other was to Cresap-
town, Maryland (area code 301).
Missoula housed a high school
phenom named Mike Lewis. Cre-
saptown had their counterpart in
rangy Steve Vandenberg. The duo
has more than paid back the
phone bill, as witnessed by Lewis'
game-leading 32 points last night,
and Vandenberg's 23 tallies and
15 rebounds.
According to Michigan head
coach Dave ,Strack, the two 6-7,
225 pounders personally "destroy-
ed" the Wolverines. "We just
couldn't contain their big men,"
Strack moaned, "we just couldn't
keep them off the boards."
After holding the Blue Devils
at bay most of the first half,
Duke finally regained the lead
with 1:05 left in the first stanza
and left at intermission with a
41-39 lead.
In the opening minutes of the
second half, Michigan knotted the
contest at 41-41, 43-43, and then
a Bob Sullivan free throw gave
the Wolverines their only second
half lead at 44-43. Lewis' lay-up
at the 17:34 mark gave the Blue
Devils a -lead they never relin-
quished. From here to the final
buzzer Duke outscored the Wol-
verines 48 to 28.'
"It was this 18-minute span
which killed us," a dejected Strack
reported. "We played them good in
the- first half, but in that second
half we really made them look
good."
Defense Change
Late in the first half, a Duke
change in defensive strategy seem-
ed to key the ultimate victory.
With 6:14 left in the first half,.,
Duke guard Claude Claiborne hit
a jumper to bring the Blue Devils
within two at 29-31. As Duke

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Devils

Spark

Wolverine

Demise

trotted back on defense Bubas
jumped off the bench and told
them to go into a 2-3 zone, aban-
doning the old man-to-man align-
ment. From this point on Duke
controlled the momentum of the
game.
"We went into the zone for a
number of reasons," Bubas ex-
plained after the game. "We had
been playing the zone in practice
and we wanted to test Michigan's
outside shooting. Also, we had
been fouling too much under-
neath. We thought from the zone
we could keep Michigan from get-
ting the 'junky' shots under the
basket, and it might also help
us to do a better job on the
boards."
In that first half, in which
Michigan held the lead for almost
17 minutes, the Wolverines out-
rebounded the Blue Devils 33-15.
Also, Jim Pitts got most of his
points under the basket or on free
throws which resulted from fouls;
under the bucket.3
Outboarded
In the second half, with the Blue
Devils operating from the 2-3 zone,
Duke outboarded Michigan 38-13.
IThe zone completely cut off Pitts
in that stanza, as he wasonly
able to get free on the baseline
for one lay-up.
"At half-time we decided to stay
with the zone," Bubas later noted.
"We liked the way we were get-
ting back at Michigan on the
boards."
Strack, on the other hand, was
reluctant to give credit for the
Duke victory to the zone. "I didn't
think at the time that the zone
would hurt us that much. At first,
we whipped the zone. We were still
getting the ball into the baseline.
Again it was that last 18-minute
stretch which beat us. Their big
men destroyed us inside."
"The way we try to break a 2-3
zone is to run a 1-3-1 offense.
This means that we send Pitts in-
to the baseline and have our
pivot-man slide off. But they were
crowding Rudy at the post and he
couldn't get free."
Rudy at Post
The reason why Tomjanovich
was playing the post instead of his
usual forward position was that
Dennis Stewart ran into , foul
trouble when he hacked Dave

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Vandy, be
By JOEL BLOCKI
Last weekend, when he was in
Ann Arbor. Kentucky's venerable
coach Adolph (Baron) Rupp was
discussing some of the top teams
in his area.
"Duke should be a tough team
this year. They've got a couple
of big clows over there who can
hurt you if you're not careful,"
forecasted the Baron.
Unfortunately, Wolverine coach
Dave Strack wasn't present for
Rupp's revelation. His forever-
struggling band of cagers fell
prey to Duke's two top-notch big
men, Steve Vandenberg and Mike
Lewis.
Lewis, the Blue Devils' 6'7"
senior center, led both teams in
scoring with 32 points and hauled
Daily-Andy Sacks in 10 rebounds.
WOLVERINE PLAYERS Jim Pitts (24) and Rudy Tomjanovich Vandenberg, who is also 6'7"
(45) combine for tip-in attempt during last night's loss to Duke. but only a junior, had to settle
Blue Devil stars Steve Vandenbe-g and Mike Lewis wait for for the second-place scoring
possible rebound. honors with 23 points while grab-
________ bing 15 rebounds to tie for the
ledwt-Mcia' Rudy Tom-
Golden for his fourth personal at rebound king for the third straight ad lnwith Michigan's category.
the 17:09 mark. In came Mc- game with a total of 15. The pattern for the pair's suc-
Clellan and Tomjanovich moved The Wolverines now stand 1-2 cess was the same throughout the
to center. Wherever Rudy was, so on the season, and journey to

Iwis Combine for 55 Points
game. Vandenberg would play a real good job both in shooting them on the boar(
the high-post position at the free and on the boards." Although half.
throw line and receive the ball Vandenberg shared over-all game "They punishe
there from one of Duke's guards. honors in rebounding with Tom- weakness - defe
He either made a jumper from janovich, he outrebounded Michi- side. You can t

ds in the s
d us at
nse on tl-
ell we w

there or passed to Lewis at the gan's leaping forward 9 to 1 in
low-post spot and moved toward the decisive second half.
the basket. The burly (225 "We don't have a super-scorer
pounds) cager then worked on his yet this year like we've had in the
man until he got either a lay-up or past (Bob Verga, Jeff Mullins,1
a short ten foot shot. If he Art Heyman to name a few),"
missed, Vandenberg would be in Bubas claims, "but it might be
position for the tip-in. Lewis.
After the game, Duke coach Vic "He can do anything he wants
Bubas gave credit where it was to do. It doesn't look so pretty
due. "Our big men had a very when he does it but the ball goes
fine game," he underestimated. in the basket all the same. And
"Fine" indeed is the adjective as even though you don't know it,
Vandenberg shot a "fine" 75% he has control of his body all the
(9 for 12) from the floor and time."
100% (5 for) from the free Wolverine coach Dave Strack
throw line. Lewis' 57 per cent pointed the blame (or credit) to-
(12 for 21) floor-shooting can't be wards Duke's twin towers of
faulted either; nor his 73% (8 strength. "We couldn't contain
for 11) free throw shooting.
Bubas had some after-the-fact
comments about Lewis. "Last year
he just didn't shoot enough for
us. Lewis is unselfish when it ALLA R T
comes to shooting, but we need
his points."
Bubas may have something
thete. Lewis was second in scoring
last year with a 15.5 average to L
Bob Verga's 26.1 but Lewis led
the team in both field goal per-
centage (53.2) and foul throw RET
percentage (78.1). 512 SAB-
The Duke coach also had December
words for Vandenberg. "He did

doing the job on the inside
they get three-point pla3
us.
"They worked well to ge
ball inside. We should've st
their big men and we didn'
The new rule prohibitin
dunk shot which has seem
affect Tomjanovich's brar
basketball did not bother
Lewis or Vandenberg. But I
voiced these opinions or
change:
"I'm not in favor of botl
rules (the second is a regu
limiting stalling). The dun]
provides too many added c+
versial situations and put
much pressure on the refs.
PRINTS
LN ED

was a host of blue uniforms. Tom-
janovich managed only three
points in the second half.
Torrid shooting by Duke in the
first half (47.2%) kept them close
while the board work of Tomjano-
vich gave the Wolverines enough
shots to compensate for their
33.3% shooting.
Sullivan came up with his third
productive game and led the Wol-
verine scoring with 19 points.
Tomjanovich, despite a second
half dry spell, was the Michigan
Zone Zonks
MICHIGAN
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North Carolina this Saturday to
play highly-regarded Davidson.
"This is a funny club," Strack
noted. "There's got to be a key
somewhere, and we better find it
quick. Sure the team is sick at
heart now but there is one bright
spot. We challenged a fine Duke
team in the first half."
Duke, sporting a 2-0 record this
year, hop back to Durham. There
the Blue Devils start preparation
for their next contest against Ala-
bama at Tuscaloosa.
And Vic Bubas will probably be
making a few phone calls.

Louisville Victor
LAWRENCE, Kan. OP) - Third-
ranked Louisville used a tough
zone defense and got 20 points
each by All-America Westley Un-
seld and Butch Beard for a 57-
51 victory over fourth-ranked
Kansas last night.
Unseld's free throws with 6:12
left put Louisville in front to
stay, 45-44, before a crowd of
17,000.
Unseld, 6-8, grabbed 14 re-
bounds, leading both clubs.

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Tomjanovich, f 6-14
Sullivan, t 6-13
Stewart, c 6-is
Pitts, g 3-11
Maxey, g 0-3
Bloodworth, g 3-5
Edwards, c 1
McClellan, 1 0-3
Montross, 0-2
Henry, g; 1-2
Fraumxann, f 0-0
Maundrell, g 1-2
TOTALS 27-74
Percentages 36.5%

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2-3
7-9
0-0
7-10
1-1
0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
18-25
72.0%

15 4
33

9
8
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
46

5
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
08

14
19
12
13
1
6
3
0
0
2
0
2
7'2

DUKE
G FT R P T

Vandenberg, 1 9-12
Kennedy, 3-8
Lewis, c 12-21
Wendelin, g 4-7
Golden. g 4-11,
Kolodziej, 1 1-2
Claiborne, g 2-8
Lind, f...1-5
Barone, g 0-0
Snilley, f 0-1
Kuhimeier, g 0-0
Teer, f 1-2
TOTALS 37-77
Percentages 48.1%
DUKE
MICHIGAN
Attendance: 8,324

5-5 15
4-4 5
8-11 10
2-0 3
2-2 3
0-0 2
0-0 3
0-0 1
0-0 0
0-0 1
0-0 0
0-0 0
19-24 53
79.1%4
41
39

2 23
2 10
3 32
2 8
0 10
1 2
2 4
1 2
0 0
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1 0
0 2
14 93
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