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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 26, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 26, 1969

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Varsity Gagers debut against Titans

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By ELLIOT LEGOW
It was supposed to be the bat-
tle of the All-Americans: Rudy
Tomjanovich of Michigan ver-
sus Spencer Haywood of De-
troit. But with Haywood now
' playing professionally with the
Denver Rockets, the focus of '
next Monday's basketball open-
er between Michigan and De-
troit turns on the performance
of the teams.
The first of twelve home
games for the Wolverines will
start at 8:00 p.m. Monday in
the Events Building, preceded
by the initial freshmen contest
of the year, also against De-
troit, which tip-offs at 5:30.
E The varsity, fresh from a 112-
73 thumping of the freshmen
Monday night, will be taking on
a Detroit team under a n e w
coach but without two of the
top players f r o m last year's
squad.
JIM HARDING, former coach
of the professional Minnesota
Pipers, who has taken over the
coaching duties at Detroit
found his Job to be quite diffi-
cult even before the season got
underway when Titan star for-
ward, and All-American, Hay-
wood decided to pass up his two
remaining years of college eli-
gibility and turn professional.
Then just a few weeks before
the start of the season Harding
was confronted by a minor
player revolt. The most serious
result of this confrontation was
the resignation of senior guard
Dwight Dunlap from the team.
Harding admits that the team
he is starting against Michigan
is young and inexperienced and j
he views the loss of Haywood as
a serious blow to the Titans.
"You can't compensate for the
loss of a player like him. We'll
need more cohesion on the team
to compensate for the loss of an
i individual."
The Titan starting five does
not have great height. Larry
Moore, a 6-6 senior, and Mike
Funnell, a 6-5 sophomore will be
the starting forwards. Harding
is unsure of his starters at the
pivot and in the backcourt. Al
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Peake, a six-foot-seven Junior
is a possibility at center and the
two guard spats will be handled
by 6-0 Jim Jackson, 6-1 Frank
Russell, and 6-1 Jim Calucchia.
Harding expects his team's
biggest problem in the Michi-
gan game to be the speed the
Wolverines use as a maJor part
of their game. The Titans are
not particularly fast and may
have trouble keeping up with
the Wolverines.
HARDING praised Michigan
for its speed, and mobility. He
witnessed the varsity's victory
over the freshmen Monday and
was impressed by their play.
The maJor plus for the Titans
this year is their defensive play.
Harding plans for his team to
play a tight defense a n d he
thinks defense should be De-
troit's prime asset.
Michigan, fresh f r o m a 39
point rout of the freshman
team, is expected to have Tom-
Janovich a n d Richard "Bird"
Carter at the forward position.
Rod Ford is expected to get the
starting nod at the pivot posi-
tion, and Dan Fife and Mark
Henry will handle the guard
duties.
The last time the two teams
met, two years ago in Detroit,
the Wolverines emerged with a
104-99 triumph. TomJanovich
played the key role in that con-
test pouring 28 points through
the hoop and grabbing 16 re-
bounds.

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begin seas
ith tourney
By BETSY MAHON
While the football players enjoy
their week off other Michigan
athletes are hard at work pre-
paring for the openings of their
respective seasons. Among_ those
getting ready for their debutes
are the gymnasts.
A large continent of them will
travel to Mt. Prospect, Illinois this
weekend to compete in the Mid
West Open. There they will face
teams from twenty-five other
schools, including seven from the
Big Ten and several smaller
schools. There will be between 75
and 80 entries in each of the six
Olympic routines and about fifteen
entries in the trampoline competi-
tion.
Coach Newt Loken views the
meet as an excellent introduction
to the new season since it will
give the Wolverines a chance to
see some of their later season op-
ponents in action. Loken also
Edmonds hopes the meet will "open our eyes
as to how strong we really are."
The meet will begin Friday night
when each of the participants will
perform his optional routine. The
meet will take a new twist on Sat-
urday morning when each gym-
nast will be required to go through
a specified routine in his par-
ticiar event.
Heading the squad is captain
eam with Ron Rapper. the NCAA champion
tandem on the parallel bars. In the tram-
lay along poline event the Wolverines have
he other George Huntzicker who is the de-
Rnfrew is fending NCAA and Mid Western
overcome bouncing champion. Joining these
seniors is all arounder Sid Jenson,
,ce in the a member of the Canadian Olym-
pic team.

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' By JOEL GREER
The Michigan Dekers will enter
the Big Ten season as an uncer-
tain quantity. With the new rule
enabling freshmen to participate
Coach Al Renfrew is not sure how
this will affect his team. "We have
to get a few games under our belt,"
was Renfrew s comment on the
outlook of his team.
With the unusual amount of in-
experience on the squad Renfrew
explains that his team needs game
experienced before he can ac-
curately evaluate his team.
The Dekers open the schedule
with a two-game series here
against Wisconsin who has already
won two games from North Da-
kota.
Over the weekend of Nov. 14,
and 15, the Badgers defeated the
Fighting Sioux of North Dakota
8-4, and 7-4.
This year is the first year of
WCHA competition for Wiscon-
sin and the third in the Big Ten.
Last year the Badgers finished
third in Big Ten competition with
a 5-5 record after losing a two-

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end of the season.
This Thanksgiving w e e k e n d
could set the pattern for the en-
tire Big Ten season. After going
down to the wire last season Wis-
consin will invade Ann Arbor look-
ing to avenge the double defeat
of last year. Already with two
victorious WCHA games, Wiscon-
sin will bring their strong offense
and veteran defense into the
Michigan Coliseum for an un-
usually important showdown this
early in the season.
Anchoring the blue line for Wis-
consin is a group of four returnees.
Leading the defense is senior cap-
tain Doug McFadyen, of Calgary,
Alberta. At 6-2 and 208 pounds,
the towering McFadyen is also a
fine offensive defenseman.
Also on the Badger defense are
senior Chuck Burroughs, and Jun-
ior Dan Gilchrist. The other re-
turning blue-liner is Wisconsin's
Most Valuable Player John Jag-
ger, a junior from Sault Ste. Marie.
Michigan's strong point is their
offense. Led by the returning jun-
ior line of Dave Perrin, Paul
Gamsby and Merle Falk the Dek-
ers should give the Badgers de-
fense a real workout.
The one problem facing the
Dekers is defense. only Tom Mar-
ra returns from last year's chain-

Professional Standings

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Mike Jarry at one point
and Brian Skinner will pl
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the problem of inexperien(
first couple of games.

NHL
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East Division
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8 6 3
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S4lilwaukee 11 10
Cincinnati 9 11
Philadelphia 7 12
Detroit 6 11
Boston 6 13
Western Division
Atlanta 13 6
Los Angeles 11 9
Chicago 10 9
San Francisco 8 10
San Diego 8 11
Phoenix 7 13
Seattle 5 14

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Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.
Today's Gaines
Montreal at Toronto
Boston at New York
Detroit at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Minnesota
Oakland at St. Louis
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Yesterday's Results
New York 103, Los Angeles 96
Detroit vs. Chicago at Kansas City,
Inc,
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Atlanta vs. Milwaukee at St. Louis,
inc.
Baltimore at Phoenix, ino.
San Francisco at Seattle, inc.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Boston
Chicago at Detroit
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
New York at Atlanta
San Francisco at San Diego
ABA
Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB
Indiana 14 2 .875 --
Kentucky 12 5 .706 2!,x
Carolina 8 8 '.500 6
Pittsburgh 8 9 .471 6?j
New York 6 12 .333 9
Miami 5 13 .278 10
Western Division
Nev Orleans 12 7 .632 -
Los Angeles 10 10 .500 21"2
Dallas 10 11 .476 3
Washington 10 11 .476 3
Denver 4 13 .316 7
Yesterday's Results
Washington 106, Los Angeles 102
Today's Games
Carolina at New York
Miami at Indiana
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
Denver at New Orleans

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