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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday. February 1, 1969

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Windy City'
By ROBIN WRIGHT
The Wolverine cagers fly to the
Windy City with high hopes of MICHIGAN
blowing the home town Loyola
Ramblers off their own floor in Ken Maxey (5-9)
the front end of a Chicago Sta- Dan Fife (6-2)
dium double-header tonight. In Dennis Stewart (6-6)
the nightcap, Big Ten power Iowa Rudy Tomjanovich (6
tackles rough and tumble David-
son, the nation's third ranked B
team. - with 20 and 19 points res
The Ramblers, a non-conference With his quickness, Rober
team-are trying to bounce back been the key to Loyol
from a five game loosing streak. break. Fuller is noted
Their most recent 'encounter was! jumping and rebounding
a 84-65 trouncing by UCLA. comparable to Michiga
Loyola coach GeorgeĀ° Ireland Carter.
had no predictions for the game, As Michigan coach Jol
but felt, "Tomianovich and Ste- explained, "oaha v
wart will be hard to stop." He com- able personnel. Both R
ments, "Michigan is a much big- and Fuller are fine shoote
ger club than we are, and they've mediocre record is due
had more experience, so we are at caliber of competition.
a disadvantage, but I'm still con- they could give a good
fident of our chances." any team in the nation."
HE WENT on to add, "I don't ORR ADDED, "LoyolaI
feel our 7-9 record is truly repre- incentive to beat theI
sentative of our team's abilities. teams. No one expects
"Michigan has also added a zone ___
defense, which helps their fast
break pattern. But, we don't plan E ag e'
sany changes in our strategy-we'll
stick to straight man-to-man.
Statistically, Michigan has a de- loaned m0t
Mfinite advantage. The Wolverines
have four men averaging in double f is
figures-with Rudy Tomanovich for second
high with 25.4 poitns, while Loyola
has only two men scoring over ten PHILADELPHIA (AP)B
points a game. ered Jerry Wolman got the
MICHIGAN has also been hitting he needed to salvage hi
47.5 per cent from the floor for delphia Eagles' National
an average of 90.7 points per League team yesterday,
game, while the Ramblers have Philadelphia bank grant(
been shooting only 40.6 per cent million loan in an involves
for just barely 80 points. cial deal.
The two guards, 5-10 Walter But the final decisio
Robertson and 6-3 forward Wade whether Wolman's latest
Fuller are the top Rambler scorers would work was up to
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Walter Robertson (5-10)
Bill Baumgartner (6-3)
Bill Moody (6-5)
Wade Fuller (6-3)
Coak Cannon (6-4)

pectively.
rtson has
La's fast
for his
talents,
n's Rich
finny Orr
very cap-
Eobertson
ers. Their
to their
I think
game to
has great
Big Ten
them to
tier
aey
try
Seleagur-
e backing
s Phila-
Football
when a
ed a $5
d finan-
n as to
proposal
IJoseph
nnkruptcy

beat us. so if they do, they get
extra notice."
The Ramblers have taken on
Big Ten teams Minnesota and In-
diana this year and beat them
both by five points.7Michigan lost
to the Gophers 94-67, and had to
struggle into overtime to conquer
Indiana, 89-87.
Michigan will again employ the
services of Bob Sullivan to stop
the Ramblers. Sullivan was a key
factor in the defeat of Michigan
State last week, when he racked
up 18 points and hauled in 11 re-
bounds.
Orr explained, "Sullivan played
so well for us last week that we've
decided to go with him again. To-
night's contest will be a high scor-
ing and heavy running game, and
we'll need his services."
THE ONLY prediction Orr had
to offer was that Iowa would beat
Davidson. "Iowa has become a
much stronger team. Ben McGil-
mer has been shooting well and
has added a great deal to the
Eawkeyes' performance.
"Davidson is big and strong, but
so is Iowa, so it should be a well-
matched game."
The Michigan game will be
broadcast on WAAM, beginning
at 8:30 p.m. Ann Arbor time.

-Daily-Thomas R. Copt
MICHIGAN'S DENNIS STEWART grabs a rebound in last week's
victory over Michigan State. Ken Maxey stands ready to help
while Spartans Rudy Benjamin (21) and Lee Lafayette look on.

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referee, who indicated he would
rule on the matter Monday.
the money to Leonard Tose, a Nor-
ristown, Pa. trucking executive,
who would buy the Eagles' assets
from Wolman on a conditional
basis. This conditional plan ob-
stensibly would permit Wolman to
hold onto the team while paying
off his debts. If Wolman is not in
the clear by August under the
plan, then Tose would become
owner of the Eagles.

Thinclads try for improvement
in Western Relays competition

By KEITH WOOD
Michigan's track team travels
to Kalamazoo today to compete
in the Western Michigan Relays.
After their mediocre performance
last week in the Michigan Relays,
the Wolverines hope to show sig-
nificant improvement.
Western is hosting some 15 col-
leges and universities with over

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500 entries, including such power-
houses as Michigan State, Notre
Dame, and Northwestern.
The relays, formerly held at the
end of March, have been moved
up this year. Bronco head coach
George Dales says, "A relays meet
right now serves a training pur-
pose. We won't have quite the
quantity we've had in the past,
but we'll have b9tter quality."
AS WAS THE CASE last week,
no team scores will be kept, and
thus the interest will center
around individual performances.
Leading the Michigan squad
will be captain Ron Kutschinski
and sophomore Rick Storrey from
Windsor, Ont. These two ran on
the distance medley relay team
last week that broke the meet rec-
ord with a 10:02.1, clipping the
old mark by six seconds. Storrey
turned in a 4:08.2 anchor mile,
which was faster than winning
time in the individual mile run.
KUTSCHINSKI. ALSO ran on
the Wolverine's winning two-mile
relay unit.
In the field events, Michigan
will be represented by Ron Shortt,
who won last week's pole vault
competition with a 15-foot vault,
and Ira Russell, who won the long
jump w i t h a leap of 23'-2%".
Michigan also has the Big Ten
high-jump champion, Gary Knick-
erbocker, who although has been
injured, placed second in 1 a s t
week's meet with a jump of 6-6.
Outstanding competition will
come from Western Michigan,
which captured four firsts a n d
four seconds in the Michigan Re-
lays. In addition, Michigan State,
led by sprinter Herb Washington,
running unattached because he is
only a freshman, should also pro-

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vide some excitement with its re-
lay teams.
Highlighting the meet will be
the 300-yard dash. Western's Tom
Randolph and Notre Dame's Bill
Hurd will renew old rivalry from
last year, when they both broke
the world indoor record, with Hurd
running :29.8 and Randolph :29.9.
ANOTHER outstanding event
will be the 60-yard dash. Michi-
gan's S o 1 Espie and freshman
Gene Brown 'will try to upset
State's Washington,- who defeated
them both'last week and in the
process tied the Yost Field House
record of :06.1.
Michigan will have a chance to
test some of the Big Ten compe-
tition, running against State and
Northwestern, in preparation, for
the dual meets which start in two
weeks.

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