Saturday, January 18, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAIL'?
Saturday, January 1 ~, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
crucial gameEAGLES ON BLOCK:
aWolman may sell
By ROBIN WRIGHT the starting line-up because I was
The Michigan Wolverines will worried about whether "Bird"
take on 13th ranked Ohio State would be able to play, Orr said.
at 2:00 p.m. today in a match "Since Willie can't play out-
described by Ohio State coach side like Carter was doing, I mov-
Fred Taylor as "a game that will ! ed Stewart out there and he look-
depend on our defensive perform- ed better there than at forward.
once, i If it works well in the Ohio State
"e.kw we cgame, we'll make it a permanent
We know we cantOrr contnued
Michigan, so in order to win we'll
have to play a stronger defense Carter, who was ineligible for
than we have in the past." the Minnesota game because of
Taylor added that "we've been an incomplete grade, has taken
addedthe make-up exam and will be
giving up about 75 points a game, eadyktopa ad i tdy
so we don't have the excellent ready to play forward In today's
defense it will take to stop Mich- Or explained the importance
of winning today's 'game, "To be
The Wolverines are averaging 93 a contender we have to win every
points a gamer - more than the home game. And it's especially
Buckeyes .have ever scored in a important that we come back af-
game this season. Michigan has ter the Minnesota loss.
the second highest scoring aver- "Ohio State is a terrific team.
age ein the nation, following They have good size and quick-
Moreliead State College whose' ness -especially in forward Steve
hardeourt men have averaged 95. Howell and center Dave Soren-
points. son," he added:
* Michigan coach John Orr will "They're the best shooting team
rely heavily on the services of in our league. We'll really need
center Rudy Tomjanovich, c o n- to rebound to keep up with them,"
verted forward Dennis ,Stewart he added.
and Rich "Bird" Carter. Sorenson is tied for third in
Tomjanovich is the team high the league scoring race with an
icorer with an average at 27.5 average of 22.5 and leading in
points a game - second highest field goals with a percentage of
in the Big Ten and ninth in the .636.
nation. But Taylor felt Ohio State had
Orr has switched Stewart from just as much to worry about in
his low-post position on offense confronting Tomjanovich. "Last
out to the wing position formerly year he was one of the really fine
taken by Carter. Carter now will sophomores in the league. With
play, at the low post opposite from maturity and a different style he
Tomjanovich. will be an even more effective
"The change started in' prac- . player." he commented.
tice this week when I used Wil- "Everyone on that ball club
lie Edwards instead of Carter in can score in big numbers, but'
PHILADELPHIA (A') ---Jerry
Wolman, financially t r o u b I e dl
owner of the Philadelphia Eagles,
said yesterday he has agreed toi
sell the National Football League
team, reportedly to a Norristown,
Pa., trucking executive, on a con-x
"I want it understood the con-
tract is strictly conditional andI
not worth the paper it's written
on if I pay off my creditors,"j
Wolman said of the reported con-
tract with Leonard Tose.
Although Wolman confirmed
from his Silver Spring, Md., home
that he had signed a conditional
sale contract in excess of $15 mil-
lion, he declined to- confirm that.
Tose was the purchaser.
Tose was not immediately avail-
able for comment.
"The guy I'm selling to is a real
fine gentleman and would be an
asset to the citya ofuPhiladelphia,"
Wolman said. "I'm sure he will beI
acceptable to the National Foot-
ball League owners."
Wolman, who owes about $35
million to creditors, had to come
up with a contingent buyer under
an agreement filed before Joseph
0. Kaiser, a federal bankruptcy
referee in Baltimore.
The principal creditors are the
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of
New York, whom Wolman owes;
about $2.5 milion.
Wolman stressed that if he can
pay off his creditors, he will
have to proceed with the sale.
expressed confidence that he co
meet the court-imposed deadl
Several months ago, Kaiser
dered Wolman to designate
buyer for the Eagles by Jan.
After that date, he has until \
1 to complete cleaning up his o
standing debts-or lose the tea
Special To The Daily
COLORADO SPRINGS -
Michigan's Wolverines defeate
Colorado College's Tigers 6-
in Western Collegiate Hock(
Association, play last, nigh
Brian Slack was phenomen
as he figured in all the Mich
igan scoring with two goals ar
The Wolverines were cotn
pletely outskated and out-pl
ed from the outset as they on]
got one shot on CC's net, bi
it was telling as it was the on
score of the period. Michiga
scored twice in the third peric
and put the game on ice with
three goal third period expli
Goalie Jim Keough was aga:
fantastic as he kicked away'4
Tiger shots. The altitude seen
ed to, be the difference in tl
game as the Wolverines we
forced to take oxygen from ti
STEVE HOWELL (12) AND DAVE SORENSON (15) will lead the
Ohio State Buckeyes into Ann Arbor today for a key test with
Michigan at the Events Building. Sorenson is currently number
four in the conference scoring race with a 22.5 average while the
muscular Howell is in the fourteenth spot with a 17.5 mark. Both
players were starters for coach Fred Taylor on last year's Big
Ten champs and are the two men that the Wolverines must stop
if they are to pull out a victory today.
TomJanovich will be the guy we'll
Taylor will start Captain Den-
nis Meadors and Jody Finney on
the backcourt positions. Top
sophomore Jim Cleamons will
start at the other forward posi-
Four of today's starters w e r e
regulars on the team that last
year came back from a second
place when top-ranked Iowa lost
to Michigan in the final game of
the season. In a play-off game
Ohio State edged the Hawkeyes
(40) Dennis Stewart (6'6")
(25) Richard Carter (6'1")
(45) Rudy Tomjanovich (6'7")
(44) Ken Maxey (5'9")
(24) Dan Fife (6'2")
(12) Steve Howell (6'5")
(23) Jim Cleamons (6'3")
(15) Dave Sorensen (6'7")
(14) Dennis Meaders (6'0")
(21) Jody Finney (6'3")
Pistons shoot up Bucks
Ohio State went on to
Houston and to earn the
berth in the NCAA's.
Big Ten Standings
They're from Ohio;,
r What's that?
And if you don't know WHICH State we mean by now, where
have you been, buster?
The Buckeyes are back in town.
If emotion has anything to do with success in basketball, the
Wolverines ought to do OK today because right now they should
be green with rage at their Columbus cousins.
The most recent flare-up of this eternal confrontation began
last year with the'Michigan cagers' visit to St. John's Arena. In that
contest, the Wolverines played almost as well as they did last Satur-
day night at Minnesota. Naturally, Michigan was . chased right off
the court in the first half and just went through the motions in the
The. return match in Ann Arbor was something else again.
Under a barrage of about a million fouls, the referees were the
deciding factor as they handed OSU a tight decision in a game
nobody in this town will ever forget.
After receiving such gentle treatment from their Ohio friends,
Michigan was nice enough to do the Buckeyes a favor as they upset
Iowa at Iowa City to give OSU a tie for the Big Ten Championship.
The next major meeting was on the football field. The date
was November 23, 1968. One genuine Rose Bowl trip went out the
Surely Michigan does not feel it has gotten an even break out
of all..this. Victories in wrestling, swimming or gymnastics don't seem
to give any satisfaction since OSU has very little in these sports and
cares even less.
Maybe the basketball team will be able to do the trick. As usual,
it all depends on whether the supercharged offense can overcome a
super-porous defense. In other words, are the Wolverines capable
of standing up to impending onslaught without flinching.
The pressure for getting back at these mental midgets is quickly
increasing, and a full house today will not be content until the scum
. is ground into the dust.
?Under these circumstances, if the Wolverines get a sizeable
lead they would be advised to go for the two point conversion.
W L Pct.
2 0 1.000
2 4 1.000
2 1 .667
2 1 .667
2 1 .667
1 2 .333
1 2 .333
1 2 .333
1 3 .250
1 3 .250
DETROIT (R') - The Detroit
Pistons spurted away from the
Milwaukee Bucks in the final 16
minutes last night to gaina 123-1
108 victory in a National Basket-
ball Association game.
After the expansion Bucks had
seized a 79-78 lead in the third
period on the shooting of Jon
McGlocklin and Len Chappell, the
Pistons rolled in seven straight
points on two baskets by Happy
Hairston, a layup by Jimmy Walk-
er and a free throw by Eddie-Miles
to take the lead for keeps.
Hairston led the Pistons with
27 points and 21 rebounds while
Miles hit for 23 points. Flynn
Robinson had 23 points, McClock-
lin 22 and Wayne Embry 21 for
* * *
Knicks roll on
PHILADELPHIA (;') - Walt
Frazier scored 27 points as the
surging New York Knicks wal-
loped the Seatle SuperSonics,.
114.94, last night in the first game
of a National Basketball Asso-
The Knicks, in scoring their
fourth straight and 15th victory
in the last 16 games, jumped to
an 11-0 lead and coasted to an
Celtics squeak by
BOSTON (A)-Jim Barnes, side-
lined for nine games with injuries
suffered when caught in a jet
engine blast last month, came off
the bench and scored three key
baskets last night in helping the
Boston Celtics to a 102-99 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory over the San Francisco War-
The Warriors closed to within
one point, 98-97, with five seconds
left, but Emmette Bryant made
good on two free throws. Jeff
Mullins then went in for a layup
before John Havlicek cashed two
from the free throw line to run
out the triumph.
New York 114, Seattle 94,
Atlanta 112, Phoenix 107
Boston 102, San Francisco 99
Detroit 123, Milwaukee 10S
New York 130, Houston 118
Dallas 110, New Orleans 95
Dealing with the Demonic
CALVIN MALEFYT, Ph.D.
Russian hockey teanm
skips Canadian match
MQNTREAL (AP) - Yesterday~s
scheduled hockey game between
the national teams of Russia and
Canada was canceled when the
Russians failed to arrive on time.
Earl Dawson, president of the
Canadian Amateur Hockey Asso-
ciation, said the remaining seven
games of the tour would be played
:00 p.m., Lay Leadership
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