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Wednesday, December 10, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven.

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Cagers get

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break
By MORT NOVECK
With the end of classes t
most students, with the e)
tion of a guilt-ridden minority
will waste a few hours pre
ing to study for finals, can
turn their thoughts to serious
jects, namely to the various
sundry ways they will manai
idle away their winter vacatio
That is, most students, ex
ing Michigan's basketball' sI
While their academic collei
spend their time in front o:
tube and their athletic bro
from the football squad soa
the California sunshine,
members of the cage crew
spend their vacation in cl
Ann Arbor participating in
favorite activity.

over vacation
doesn't lose at Utah." The for-
oday, *tunes of the Skins rest on the
xcep- health of Forward K e n n y
who &tGardner'sknee, injured before the
tend- seasonstarted.
now 9 rHeading back from Utah t h e
sub- squad gets to take a lengthy va-
and cation of three days at home be-
ge to NIGHT EDITOR: fore returning to Ann Arbor to
n. CHRIS TERAS prepare for their game with But-
cept- M ler.

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heery
their

Having nothing better to do
we have another great effort like with their New Year's eve, the cag-
we did Monday. We beat them ers will spend it at the Events
last yea at Duke in our best ef- Building entertaining Princeton's
fort of the season so they're sure Tigers. Undefeated champs of the
to be up for the game." Ivy League last year, the Tigers
Leading the Devils will be lost part of their roar when scor-
guard Dick DeVenzio whose chief ing champ Jeff Petrie put a little
assets are his quickness and play too much effort into a pool shot
making ability. and ruptured his spleen. Without
Behind him is center R a n d y him the Tigers must rely on John
Denton, who is described by his Hummer who is a brilliant defen-
coach Bucky Walters as "having sive player with great moves.
the finest physical potential of

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THE ACTION BEGINS tonightj
when the Wolverines take on the
Blue Devils from Duke. Rated

highly in pre-season polls the Dev- any center I've ever had," but who
ils will be the fourth tough team is not aggressive eough.
Michigan has faced in the last

week.
According to Coach Johnny Orr,
"I don't have any idea how we'll
do against them. They're a good
team that's well coached. I hope
Holiday Schedule
Dec. 10 (Wed.) Duke
Dec. 22 (Mon.) at Utah
Dec. 29 (Mon.) Butler
Dec. 31 (Wed.) Princeton
Jan. 3 (Sat.) at Northwestern

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
ROD FORD (43) and Mark Henry (23) lead Michigan's fast break
last Monday night against Marquette in the Events Bldg. The
effective running game was one reason why the Wolverines were
able to defeat the favored Warriors, 86-78.

HE SHOULD get some rebound-
ing help from Don Blackman,
who is nasty enough, but who has
never mastered the art of putting
the ball through the rim. The
man scoring the points for Duke
should be 6'7" junior Rick Kather-
Iman.
After the squad recovers from
the effort against the Devils, and
takes a few days off to get through
finals, they head west to take
on Utah. The Redskins were also
highly rated and will have the
added advantage of playing at
home. According to Orr, "Utah

U' refunds
duplicate
bowl tickets
Officials of the Michigan ticket
department said yesterday they
are currently going through the
process of filing Rose Bowl ap-
plications and cross-checking them
with University records.
Therefore, they wish all students
who applied for duplicate Rose
Bowl tickets to return to the tick-
et office for a refund on all tickets
over the alloted one.
This requests applies to the fol-
lowing students: those who have
obtained more than one ticket on
their IM card, those who have ap-
plied for a ticket on their ID card
and have also obtained a ticket
through an official Rose Bowl
tour, and those who have applied
for a ticket for a spouse but they
are unmarried.

HEALTH SERVICE NOTICE
Our Infirmary service and'
Night Emergency Clinic operations
are being suspended
from 5:00 P.M. Dec:23 to 8:00 A.M. Jan. 2
DURING THIS PERIOD
FOR SERVICE INFORMATION
Call 764-8320

BULLS TIRIUMPH:
Royals snip Knicks, 103-101

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NEW YORK - Fred Foster's
only basket of the second half,
with 41 seconds remaining, boost-
ed the Cincinnati Royals to a 103-
101 victory over the frustrated
New York Knicks last night.
Foster, who hit only six points'
in the game, capped a comeback'
NHL Standings

by the Royals in the final two cago Bulls to a 109-102 victoryl
minutes that dealt the Knicks on- over the Phoenix Suns.
ly their third defeat in 29 games The victory was the 15th in 28
thiL season. starts for the Bulls who took over
New York, trailing much of the undisputed possession for second
second half and by as much as place in the NBA's Western DiVi-
84-76 early in the final period, sion.
had pulled ahead 95-92 on the Phoenix lost for the 16th time
scoring of Bill Bradley and Walt against 12 victories.
Frazier. But the Royals refused to The Bulls had opened up an 11-
fold and Norm Van Lier's free point bulge, 68-57; midway in the
throw closed the deficit to 101-99 third quarter on the shooting of
and Oscar Robertson tied the score Bob Love.

New York
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Detroit
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Toronto
St. Louis
Minnesota
Pittsburgh
Philadelphi
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at 101 with 1:13 to go.
The Knicks, who didn't scorel
in the final two minutes, had two
chances after Foster's basket toy
pull out the game, but a bad pass
cost them the ball with 38 seconds
left and after Van Lier missed
two free throws in the final nine
seconds, Willis Reed missed a last-
second basket.
Robertson topped the Royals
with 31 points while Frazier and
Bradley had 23 for the Knicks.
tlls gor e
CHICAGO Clem Haskins ex-
ploded for 13 points in the final
quarter last night to lift the Chi-

Love, who finished as high scorer
with 33 points and teammate Jerry
Sloan, who collected 26, were not
able to hold off the Suns who came
within two points shortly before
the quarter ended.
NBA Standings
Fastern Division
W L Pet. GB
New York 26 3 .897 -
Baltimore 18 10 .643 71
Milwaukee 16 12 .571 9r~
Philadelphia 13 14 .482 12
Cincinnati 12 16 .429 131'
Detroit 11 15 .423 13'
Boston 8 17 .320 16

Basketball's Top
Twenty
1. Kentucky (16) 3-0 472
2. UCLA (3) 2-0 383
3. New Mexico State (2) 4-0 317
4. Davidsonr2--0a305
5. North Carolina 2--1 241
6. Southern California (1) 2-0 223
7. Duquesne 3-0 204
8. South Carolina 1-1 153
9. Tennessee (2) 1--0 152
10. Notre Dame (1) 3--0 130
11. Louisville (1) 1-0 129
12. Villanova 2-0 116
13. Marquette 2-1 116
14. Purdue 1--1 108
15. Santa Clara 2-0 82
16. Ohio State 3--0 74
17. Colorado 3-1 46
18. Jacksonville 2--0 40
19. Ohio Univers itY 2-0 39
20. St. Bonaventure 2-0 25
*Scores
Tennessee 66, Centenary 62
Purdue 100, Butler 64
NYU 84, CCNY 47
Northwestern 102, George
Washington 74
Columbia 61, Rutgers 42
Dayton 72, Louisville 56
Rhode Island 77, Massachusetts 73
St. Johns, N.Y. 76, West Virginia 66
Iowa 81, St. Francis, Pa. 68
Pennsylvania 84, Virginia 53
Louisiana State 100, Loyola, New 4
Orleans 87
Nebraska 82, Duquesne 77
Iowa State 89, Minnesota 84,
overtime
Missouri 66, St. Louis 61
Witchita St. 98, Arizona St. 80
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Vesterday's (n
No gauzes scheduled.
'l'odat''s Ga:<<
Toronto at Mon eial
Boston at New York
Chicago at Minnesota
Pittsburgh at L(sAih'I'
st. Louis at Oakland

Two more Titan cagers quit;
Moeatowlark makes itlegal
By The AssOciated Press
0 DETROIT The University of Detroit anounced yesterday
that Wiley Davis and Dave MacDonald have quit the squad.
Each appeared briyfly in one game so far this season. They
quit because they felt they would not get a good opportunity to play,
said a Detroit spokesman.
MacDonald, a sophomore, led freshman scorers last year. Davis
is a junior.
* BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Meadowlark" Lemon, famed basket-
ball jester of the Harlem Globetrotters, received court permission
Monday to change his first name to Meadowlark.
Born Meadow George Lemon in Lexington, S.C., Lemnop asked
the court to grant legal status to the name he has used professionally
for the past 10 years because of problems encountered in correspond-
ence and contracts.
* MIAMI - A Muhammed Ali-Joe Frazier heavyweight title
fight, bringing the undefeated former champion back to the ring,
appeared to be headed for 48,000-seat Tampa Stadium.
"It looks like Tampa is in," said Clay's New York attorney, Bob
Arum. "I'm flying to Florida to work out the details."

western Division
Atlanta 17 9
San Francisco 13 12
Chicago 15 14
Los Angeles 13 15
Phoenix 11 17
San Diego 9 17

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Yesterday's Games
Cincinnati 103, New York 101
Philadelphia 123, Los Angeles 99
Chicago 109, Phoenix 102
Atlanta vs. San Francisco, inc.
Detroit at Seattle, ine.
Today's Games
Phoenix at Baltimore
L.os Angeles at Boston
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
New York at Milwaukee
Atlanta at San Diego

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Unusual 1970 calendars, thousands of paperbacks,
lots of them used, some hardbacks.
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AN IDEAL PRESENT
AN OUTSTANDING BARGAIN ($210)
The UAC Travel Committee in association with the University of Michigan
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the Michigan campus. We fly only International Air Transit Association ap-
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communication and punctuality which you should expect. They offer the best
first class service (Plus there is a free, open bar!). We drop you off in London
and return from the continent. This saves you the hastle and expense (approx.
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