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Thursday, February 26, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, February 26, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Frosh meet Alpena in

finale

By ELLIOT LEGOW
Although basketball has not
been a great success at Michigan
* this year, there has been a great
deal of encouragement in the guise
of the freshman cagers.
With an 8-2 record to date, the
Baby Blue will be in action to-
night for the last time this sea-
son when they tackle Alpena
Community College in a 7:30 game
at Crisler Arena (admission free).
The Wolveripes. are coming off
their biggest victory of the season,
a 113-79 thumping of Oakland
last Saturday. In that game six
players hit in double figures and
John Lockard reached his high
'for the year with 29.
Lockard, Henry Wilmore, a n d
Ernie Johnson will be'manning the
Michigan front line tonight and
can be expected to cause Alpena
fits.
The three rank as the top scor-
ers and top rebounders for the
Baby Blue; Wilmore is first in
scoring and Lockard tops in re-
bounds.
Wilmore has scored at a 22
point per game pace for Michi-
gan and has a shooting aver-
age of 57 per cent. Wilmore has
hit for a high of 34 points, grab-
bed as many as 18 rebounds, and
made good on as much as 75 per
cent of his shots.
Wilmore has outstanding moves
and is the type of player who
can bring excitement back to
Michigan basketball.
Johnson, the starter at center
is averaging 17 points a game,
despite a few off-days of late, and
also utilizes his 6-8 frame to' snag'
10 rebounds per game.
The improvement in Lockard's
play has been great with the Oak-
land game infinitely his finest of
the year. Lockard is the most ag-
gressive rebounder on the s q u a d
with a 12 per game average and
boosted his scoring average to 13
with last week's 29.
The starters in the backcourtt
ABi Iiboa rd
Yost Field House will be clos-
ed to intramural participants
today and tomorrow.
* * *
The University High School
Gym will be open for general
play from 12 noon to 10:30
p.m. on weekdays to all stu-
dents and faculty.
The Ann Arbor Recreation De-
partment will hold its annual
city-wide table tennis tourna-
ment on Saturday, March 1. En-
tries will be accepted for no-
vice, intermediate and cham-
pionship classes up to 15 min-
utes before the noon starting
time. Tables will be available
for practice at 11 a.m.

dailly
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL ALTERMAN
for Michigan will be 6-4 Leon Ro-
berts and 5-9 Greg Buss.
Roberts started the season as
a forward but was shifted into
the backcourt..He has a good out-
side shot, a 13 point game aver-
age, and a near perfect aim from
the charity line.
Buss just moved into the start-
ing quintet three games ago, and
despite a low scoring average, has
been very impressive. Buss can
hit from the outside-witness his
season high of 17-but generally
passes up shooting opportunities, r
preferring to feed his teammates.
For the first time in the season
the Baby Blue will be appearing
as the main attraction, and it's
right that they should be, as next
year these same players will be
the stars of the varsity.

NIT gets Marquette, LSU;
Yale placed on probation
By The Associated Press
4 NEW YORK - Louisiana State's Pete Maravich, major-college
basketball's all-time leading scorer, will be an attraction of the
National Invitation Tournament at Madison Square Garden, starting
March 13.a
Louisiana State was selected for the 33rd annual tournament
Wednesday along with eighth-ranked Marquette, Georgia Tech and
St. John's University, N.Y.
*
al NEW YORK -- For the second time in six weeks, prestigious
Yale University was put on probation yesterday by a group of athletic
administrators for knowingly using an ineligible basketball playerI-
who participated in the unsanctioned Maccabiah Games in Israel
last August.
By a secret ballot vote of 104-50 following an emotional two-
hour membership meeting, the Eastern College Athletic Conference
upheld a penalty handed out by its -executive council placing Yale
on probation until June 3, 1971.
* * *
* NEW YORK - The American Basketball Association three-
man merger committee will report to the rest of the league owners
next Wednesday and Thursday in Miami, ABA commissioner Jack
Dolph announced yesterday.
The committee has been meeting with a similar committee from
te rival National Basketball Association to discuss a possible merger
s between the two pro basketball leagues.
* * *C
*ONEW YORK - Quarterback Joe Namath, director of the New
York Jets attack, will team with conductor Andre Kostelanetz and
the New York Philharmonic, the orchestra announced yesterday.
Namath will narrate a new work, specially written for him and
the Philharmonic, at its world premiere performance May 29 and 30,
during the 1970 Promenades Concerts, Philharmonic said.

GUILD HOUSE
-- 802 Monroe -
NOON LUNCHEON-25c
DON B. SCHMORAK
dir, of instruction and training,
Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
"Fact and Fiction Arab Politics"

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We'll be on campus MONDAY, MARCH 2nd talking to MS and
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The positions are located 8 miles from Boston and Cambridge and
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-Daily-Randy Edmonds
Wilmore (25) shoots against varsity

AT IM BUILDING
Mob' to attend open house

ANN ARBOR, Feb. 27 - A
joyous mob of three to f i v e
thousand students, faculty and
townfolks converged on the IM
building last night to watch the
39th annual open house sports
program.
S* * *
Luckily for you, sports fans, to-
day is only the 26th and you still
have a chance to join the "mob
of the week." Starting tonight at
6:30, a varied program of club
and intramural sports will be on
exhibition at the IM Building until
10:30 p.m.
In addition to being an op-
portunity for students to witness
the intramural program in action,
it is also the night that several
championships, basketball and
swimming among them, will be de-
cided.
Other sports on the program in-
clude badminton, boxing, fencing,
gymnastics, handball, judo, kar-
ate, volleyball, weight lifting,
squash and paddleball.

Basketball will run all night
with one of the more interesting
champioinships deciding the win-
ner of the independent division.
The Panthers will do battle against
the Bombers with the latter field-
ing such esteemed jocks as Jim
Mandich and Tom Curtis.
Volleyball too should present
some interesting combat as teams
from five schools will participate.
In addition to Michigan, teams
from Michigan State, T o I e d o,
Calvin College, and Kellogg Com-
nunity College will be on view.
Champions will abound in the
handball exhibition. S p e c ia 1
guests include Dr. John Scopis-
Masters Singles champ and Dr.

Alvin August-Detroit and Mich-I
igan State Doubles champ. Also
present will be Larry August, the
national junior champ.
Fencing will be highlighted by
the appearance of Fred Hooker,
1969 US junior Eppe champion
and Tyrone Simmons, 1967-68 US
junior foil champion.
Judo and Karate with their us-
ual incomprehensible assortment
of belts will be on hand along with
Dr. Sachio Ashida and Hwa
Chong, their respective 6th degree
black belt instructors.
All in all an interesting night
is to be expected. Now if only
Harvey stays away.

SCORES

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NBA
Philadelphia 122, Detroit 105
Boston 147, San Diego 124
Milwaukee 115, Baltimore 113
A BA
Miami 124, Pittsburgh 115
Denver 120, Carolina 110
Washington 113, New Orleans 105
New York 117, Kentucky 114
NHL
New York 2, St. Louis 1

Toronto 4, Oakland 1
Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2
'Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 3
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Duke 71, North Carolina St. 69
North Carolina 98, Virginia Tech 70
St. Bonaventure 91, Canisius 68
Albany State, N.Y. vs. U. of Buffalo,
canceled, student disorders
North Texas 86, St. Louis 82

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