Tuesday, February 11, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By DAVE HANNES
It's do or die for each team as
Michigan battles Illinois at the'
Events Building tonight at 8:00.
A defeat for the Wolverines would,
wipe out their already dim hopes
of a Big Ten title where Illinois
must hand Michigan its third
straight loss or fall as much as
three games behind Purdue, t h e
oach Harv Schmidt's Illini, at
one time ranked four nationally,
sport an over-all record of 13-2
and are 4-2 in the conference. De-
feats on the road to Purdue and
Ohio State are the only blemishes
on Illinois' fine mark.
The key man on Schmidt's team
is 6-8 forward Dave Scholz, who,
is closing in on Don Freeman's
school scoring mark. The Illinois
coach describes Scholz as a "com-
pletely unselfish team player. His
passing has improved tremen-
dously this season as shown by his
ten assists against Iowa last Sa-
Possibly the most surprising
player in the Big Ten this year
has been the center for the Fight-!
ing Illini, Greg Jackson. The 6-8
sophomore scored 36 points
:. against Wisconsin recently, a
great improvement over his per-
formance against Purdue in
which Jackson did not score from
Unlike Scholz, who has b e en
,making only one third of his field
goal attempts, Jackson presently
opt carries an excellent 55 per cent
st accuracy mark. One weakness in
or the play of the 254-pound center
has been his lack of rebounding
re despite his great size. Jackson is
now averaging just six rebounds
The other starting forward is
Randy Crews, a 6-5 junior de-
scribed by Schmidt as "a low
scorer, but a fine ball handler and
an excellent defensive player."
The Illinois guards are Mike Price
and Jodie Harrison, who combine
for one of the best backcourt
combinations in the conference.
Price is a 6-3 junior from In-
dianapolis who Schmidt feels is
a strong contender to take All-
Big Ten honors at his position.
Harrison, who transferred to Il-
linois from Alabama his sopho-
more season, is a 6-3 senior with
"great leadership" according to
However, it is no secret t h a t
Price and Harrison are only ade-
quate ball-handling guards. Ear-
lier this season Purdue used this
fact plus a pressing defense to
soundly whip the Illini 98-84.
In discussing his team's Big Ten
championship hopes, Schmidt
said, "Our ineligibility because of
the slush fund scandal hasn't hurt
our desire to win but unless Ohio
State beats Purdue this Tuesday
it's all over for the rest of us."
As for Michigan, the Illinois
coach claims that "the most im-
portant man for us to stop is
Tomjanovich, of course, although
we have a good deal of respect
for both Stewart and Sullivan."
Last year Sullivan scored t h e
winning bucket against Illinois in
a 69-67 victory at Champaign.
Last 'Saturday Michigan's sen-
ior forwards led the Wolverines in
their unsuccessful comeback
against Michigan State. Stewarta
scored 27 points and pulled in 14
rebounds. However, like Sullivan.
and Tomjanovich, the Steelton,
Pa. native was forced to play a
loose defense for the last five
minutes of the game since he was
saddled with four fouls, as were
the other two.
Sullivan, who seems to have be-
come the team sparkplug, scored
21 points and grabbed 13 re-
bounds. He was especially effec-
tive working one-on-one making
his unorthodox one-handers from
within ten feet of the basket.
After Stewart and Sullivan,
with the help of two Dan Fife
steals, gave Michigan a 69-68 lead
with 7:35 left in the game, Tom-
janovich re-entered the g a m e
to add to the Wolverine scoring
punch. However, the Spartans,
outscored Michigan 17-12 for the
remainder of the battle to take an
86-82 win. A Dennis Stewart jump
shot, which would have tied the
score, was off target with 16 se-
conds remaining. Immediately af-
terwards State's Tom Lick tipped
in a missed free throw to ice his
Michigan committeed 19 turn-
overs and missed half of their 16
foul shots. A similar performance
against the tenth-ranked Illini
could result in almost certain de-
MICHIGAN'S BOB SULLIVAN (20) shows the form he uses on many of his unorthodox moves.
Sullivan hit this shot in last year's victory over Illinois and also scored the game winning points.
The 6-4 senior forward will be counted on heavily tonight to provide firepower once more against
the highly ranking Fighting Illini as the Wolverines try for an upset.
-Daily-Thomas R. C
WOLVERINE KEN MAXEY (44) drives for the basket in la
Saturday's loss to Michigan State. The Michigan captain hit f
eight points against the Spartans and will have to show mo
moves like this for the cagers to pull out a victory tonight.
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
TON I G HT
BASKETBALL-Illinois at Events Building, 8:00 p.m.
F R I D A Y
HOCKEY-=Michigan at Minnesota, 9:00'p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan at Purdue, 7:30 p.m.
fleUWWIcnts 101'DIg LteWe
Toronto wants new judge
By The Associated Press
! LOS ANGELES - Lew Alcindor has suffered from migrane
headaches for the past four years, UCLA basketball Coach John
Wooden said yesterday.
The 7-1% Bruin center missed practice sessions last week and
played only 28 minutes in last Saturday nikht's 108-80 victory over
Washington State. He scored 10 points.
"Usually he'll lie down in a dark room with ice packs on his
head," Wooden told the Southern Basketball Writers. "It usually goes
away in half Aan hour. He was bothered by them in his sophomore
season but they didn't bother him last year."
Wooden said 'the headaches may be caused by the pressure of
Alcindor's coming graduation and attempts \by both the National
and American Basketball Association to sign him to a professional
% TORONTO - Toronto Maple Leaf officials say they will
try to replace goal judge Eddie Mepham because they claim he erred
in ruling that the puck did not completely cross Oakland's goal-line
during a National Hockey League game here Saturday.
Toronto lost the game 4-1 and was trailing by this score in the
third period when Mepham ruled against a shot by Toronto's Floyd
Smith. Manager-Cqach Punch Imlach said television playbacks of
the shot showed it was in.
Kentucky cruises to victory;
Kansas takes defensive . battle
By The Associated Press
LEXINGTON, Ky. - After a
first half explosion, Kentucky
coasted to a 91-69 Southeastern
Conference basketball victory over
Mississippi State last night in a
raggedly played game.
The Wildcats, I winning their
11th without a loss in conference
play, had to overcome a 30-point
performance by State's Manuel
But four Kentucky.starters were
in double figures to more than
The top 20 with first-place votes, sea-
son records through games of Satur-
day, Feb. 8, and total points for the
first 15 picks on a 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-
1. UCLA 38 18-0 760
2. North Carolina 17-1 590
3. Santa Clara 20--0 590
4. Kentucky 16-2 538
5. La Salle 18-1 456
6. Davidson 18-2 376
7. Tulsa 18-2 348
8. Purdue 13-3 300
9. St. John's, N.Y. 16-3 268
10. Illinois 14-2 235
11. Villanova 16-3 180
12. Kansas 17-3 148
13. Duquesne 14-2 119
14. Colorado 15-3 79
15. New Mexico State 19-2 43
16. Ohio State 12-4 34
17. Dayton 16-4 26
18. Marquette 16-3 24
19. Baylor 14-3 19
20. Louisville 14-3 17
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Boston College, Cincinnati,!
Colorado State University, Cqlumbia,
Detroit, Drake, New Mexico, Notre
Dame, South Carolina, Tennessee,,
Texas A & M, Washington, Weber
make up the difference. Dan Issel;
had 26. Mike Casey 18, and Larry.
Steele and Phil Argento 13 each.
The scrappy Bulldogs stayed
with Kentucky for the first 13
minutes, leading only once but al-
ways within a three to five point
Leading 23-20, Kentucky . got
two free throws by Issel, lay-ins
by Steele and Casey, a 20-footer
by Casey and a baseline shot by
* * * ,
STILLWATER, Okla. - Kansas
went without a field goal for the
last 8:47, but still managed to get
away with a 45-41 Big Eight bas-
ketball victory over Oklahoma
State last night.
The 12th-ranked Jayhawks, now
13-3 overall and 7-2 in confer-
ence play, led 39-31 when Rich
Bradshaw hit a rebound shot with
8:47 to play.
But that was to be the last
basket Kansas got, and the Jays
had to make do with six free
throws down the stretch.
Oklahoma State, 10-9, for all
games and 3-5 in the league, trail-
ed only 42-41 when Mike Tate
sank a pair of free throws with
3:11 remaining. The Cowboys,
however, could never catch up.
Sophomore Dave Robisch of
Kansas led all scorers with 16
points. He was the only Jayhawk
in double figures.
Oklahoma State got 12 points
from Tate. subbing for flu-strick-
en Bill Christopher. Joe Smith'
added 11 and Gene Hawk 10 for
Georgia 87, Alabama 78
North Carolina A&T 104, Shaw 92
Florida 75, Vanderbilt 73
Tennessee 61, Mississippi 45
Georgia Tech 88, Air Force 67
South Carolina 106, Clemson 79
Morehead 106, Middle Tennessee 74
Kentucky 91, Mississippi State 69
The Citadel 79, Virginia Military 77
Butler 74, Wabash 59
North Carolina 85, N. Carolina St. 62
Illinois at MICHIGAN
Northwestern at Iowa
Wisconsin at Minnesota
Purdue at Ohio State
Mich. State at Notre Dame
MICHIGAN at Iowa
Illinois at Michigan State
Indiana at Northwestern
Minnesota at Ohio State
Wisconsin at Purdue
OF YOUR HAIR!
. NO WAITING
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BASKETBALL-Michigan at Iowa, 9:00 p.m.
HOCKEY-Michigan at Minnesota, 9:00 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan State at Events Building, 3:30 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan at Indiana, 3:00 p.mi.
INDOOR TRACK-Indiana at Yost Field House
GYMNASTICS-Mich. State and Indiana at Events Bldg., 1:30 p.m
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