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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, March 1, 1969

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Saturday, March 1, ~ 969

Giant killer Badgers hit town

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By DAVE HANNES player in 1943. had emerged asj
As Coach John Powless of Wis- one of the Wolverines t o p per-
consin leads his cagers into the formers after beginning the year
Events Building this afternoon for as the team's sixth man. He clin-
a 2:15 television duel with t h e ched a starting berth after a fine
Wolverines, he may find the Mich- game against Michigan State and
igan starting lineup to be some- later scored a career high of 31I
what different than he had ex- points in a losing effort againstl
pected. Bob Sullivan sprained an Loyola.
ankle, has missed the last t w o The other four starters will be
practices, and is now a very doubt- Rudy Tomjanovich and Dennis
ful starter according to C o a c h Stewart up front with Ken Maxey
John Orr. and Dan Fife at the guard spots.
The 6-4 senior forward, whose Replacing Sullivan will be either
father played with Wisconsin and Bird Carter or Willie Edwards.
was t h e Badgers most valuable A 6-1 junior, Carter was a start-

er for the first part of the season
at forward before Sullivan took.
his job from him. Carter's finest
game was against Iowa last Janu-
ary w h e n he scored 25 points,
grabbed rebounds and held Hawk-
eye John Johnson to j u s t six
points.
Edwards is a 6-6 senior who is
noted for his hustle and defensive
play, but is a low scorer. If Ed-
wards starts he will be at the cen-
ter position and Orr will m o v e
Tomjanovich over to forward,
where he played as a sophomore.
"The boys were mentally down

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for our last game." admits Orr.
"They were disappointed and tired
after losing at Illinois where they
had one of their finest games of
the season. But with five days rest
and a good shot at second place
we'll be in fine shape mentally for
this one."
Although Wisconsin is only 4-7
in the Big Ten and 10-11 for all
their games, Orr is aware of the
Badgers' habit of winning games
that they a r e supposed to lose.
"They have the ability to put to-
gether a great game from time to
time as they have beaten Ohio
State, Kentucky, Marquette, and
Kansas, in addition to 'losing to
Notre Dame by a single point."
All five of these teams have been
ranked in the top 15 in the coun-
try for a good deal of this year.
The starting forwards for the
Badgers are two 6-5 seniors, Jim
Johnson and Chuck Nagle. John-
son was expected to be Wiscon-
sin's top player before this season
began and he has been just that as
he presently leads his team in both
scoring and rebounding with av-
erages of 19 and nine respectively.
Johnson scored 29 points t w i c e
last December in leading the Bad-
gers to their victories over Kan- ::: ... .ter
sas and Kentucky.
After a brilliant sophomore year RUDY TOMJANOVICH SWOOP
Nagle has been a disappointment Minnesota in last Monday's conte
to Wisconsin fans for the past two though not nearly as simply, in;
seasons. His average h a s fallen in the Events Building.
from 19 points per g a m e as a
sophomore to 14 as a junior and
now stands at 11 for the present GIANTS BATTLE:
year, plus four rebounds a game.
His 28 points in a losing cause at
Illinois is the Badger Big Ten high
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-Daily-Thomas R. opi DAN FIFE CUTS for the. bas-
- --- .> ket as he prepares to grab a
--~-= pass from Ken Maxey, whose
momentum has carried him in-
to Minnesota's LeRoy Gardner
(32). Rudy Tomranovich (45)
closes in for. a possible tip-in
and Bob Sullivan (20), who may
not play today because of a
'LS sprained ankle, dashes around
the Gopher's Mike Regenfuss.
Sullivan and Maxey are two of
.11en c e the five seniors playing in their
last home game.

At center Wisconsin will have
6-8 junior Albert Henry, who is
the most improved man on the
squad according to Coach Powless.
Henry is a fine rebounder and de-
fensive player while scoring six
markers a contest.
In the Wisconsin backcourt will
be Clarence Sherrod an d Keith
Bur ington. Sherrod is one of the
outstanding sophomores in the
conference and played his b e s t
game last Saturday in a 76-64 win
over Michigan State.
Wisconsin has been able to win
only one road game in the Big
Ten this season in five attempts
but Orr feels that the home court
advantage, "won't mean a thing
since Wisconsin has played so well
on occasion. You just can't tell
how either of these teams will per-
form because each has really had
its ups and downs."

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When the pressure is on," says Wright has improved greatly,
Iowa gymnastics coach Mike Jac- scoring a 9.1 last week, and adds
obsen, "this team always comes further strength. Slotten,- along
through, I think they will again with J. Morley a nd J. Bonney,
for this one." The pressure is def- makes the Iowa team strong, but
initely on, and if both the Hawk- it should not be able to cope with
eyes and Wolverines respond with the Michigan unit.
top performances, today's dual The parallel bars are another
meet should be one of the year's Michigan strongpoint. Ron Rap-
outstanding gymnastics events., per, defending Big Ten champion,
Jacobsen, in his first year as is a consistent performer." If Dick
head coach, has fielded a strong Richards, Jensen, and McCurdy
team which scores consistently in can follow their usual form, the
the high 180's. He feels that Iowa Wolverines should be too much for
is well prepared for the meet, due Dickson, Neist, and Proctor of the
to a tough schedule. The unde- Hawkeyes.
feated Hawkeyes h a v e ventured Both Iowa and Michigan field
out of the conference to defeat superior high bar teams. Dickson,
Southern Illinois twice and Iowa Scorza, and Phil Farnham have
State once. In contrast, Michigan been called one of the best teams
has not had a really big meet this in the nation. Iowa coach Jacob-
year. sen feels that they have a decided
Every event should be closely edge over Ed Howard, Mike Sas-
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able to gain a sizeable advantage. confident that if the meet is to be
The Wolverine floor exercise team decided on the high bar, his Hawk-
should score slightly higher than eyes will win.
their opponents, due in part to' Due to the caliber of the two
excellent work by Dave Jacobs and teams, enough interest has been
George Huntzicker. Barry Slotten aroused that a record audience for
Bob Dickson, and Mark Taffe will intercollegiate gymnastics is an-
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Whatever Michigan gains in former national champion, .feels
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side horse. Keith McCanless of competitive edge and improve its
Iowa is defending Big Ten a n d performance. If it has the same
National chaimpion. He keys what effect on the Wolverines, the meet
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but has been somewhat disappoint-
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