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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1965
Philadelphia Defeats Warriors;
Celtics Beat Bullets, 129-118

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NATIONAL ROUNDUP:

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA--The Philadel-
phia 76ers, with Wilt Chamberlain
resting, spurted from ,a, three to
a 14-point lead in the final six
minutes of the third period and
went on to beat the San Fran-
cisco Warriors 133-115 in a Na-

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NBA Standings
EASTERN DIVISION

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Philadelphia 4 2 .667 -
Cincinnati 6 4 .600 -
Boston 4 3 .571 Ida
New York -4 5 .444 1Y
WESTERN DIVISION
W L Pct. GB
x-Los Angeles 5 3 .625 -
San Francisco 5 4 .556 %/
x-St. Louis 3 3 .500 ;1
Detroit 4 6 .400 2
Baltimore 3 8 .273 3Y2
x--Late game not included.
Last Night's Results
Philadelphia 133, San Francisco 115
Boston 129, Baltimore 118
Cincinnati 120, Detroit 114
St. Louis at Los Angeles (inc)
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tional Basketball Association game
last night.
The 76ers, who snapped a two-
game losing streak, led 79-76 when
Coach Dolph Schayes relieved
Chamberlain. Playing a fast-
breaking attack, led by rookie Bill
Cunningham and veteran Dave
Gambee, Philadelphia outscored
the Warriors 18-7 for a 97-83
lead.
Gambee scored eight and Cun-
ningham five in the spurt.
San Francisco cut the lead to
99-89 at the end of the third per-
iod, but Philadelphia, with Cham-
berlain back in, ran away with it
in the final 12 minutes.
Hal Greer led the winners with
33 points.
Chamberlain had /22. Rookie
Rick Barry was high for San
INBA PistonsS~kC zi
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - The Detroit Pis-
tons will make another try to ac-
quire draft rights to University of
Michigan basketball star Cazzie
Russell, National Basketball Asso-
ciation Commissioner J. Walter
Kennedy said yesterday.
"TheyPistons have asked the
matter be reopened at our meet-
ing in New York City Nov. 15-
16, and the request has been
granted,".Kennedy said.
Kennedy also said the suspend-
ed Pistons' center, Reggie Hard-
ing, had asked for a meeting with
him.
"At the present time, it's an
administration matter," Kennedy
said. "I can't comment on it un-
til he has made formad applica-
tion for reinstatement."
Harding was suspended by the
Pistons after several minor run-
ins with police.,

Francisco with 25 while Paul Neu-
mann had 20.
BALTIMORE-Sam Jones sank
all seven of his shots in the
fourth quarter and led the Bos-
ton Celtics to a 129-118 National
Basketball Association victory over
the Baltimore Bullets last night.
Jones, Boston's scoring leader,
sank only five of his first 18 at-
tempts from the floor before re-
gaining his shooting eye in the
final period. He scored 15 of his
27 points in the last quarter as
Boston beat off a late Baltimore
rally.
The Bullets trailed 82-67 early
in the third quarter before Jim
Barnes, Wayne Hightower and
Don Ohl led a comeback which
pulled Baltimore to within 105-
104 with eight minutes remaining.
But Boston stayed in front as
Jones, Willie Naulls and John
Havlicek scored all of its points1
in the final quarter.
Naulls, whose outside shooting
nabled Boston to grab the early
lead, led all scorers with 28 points.
Bill Russell tallied 14 for Bos-
ton, which now has a 4-3 record,
and grabbed 17 rebounds.
Barnes and Ohl scored 25 each
for the Bullets, with Ohl hitting
14 in the first quarter. Ohl and
Bailey Howell fouled out of the
game for Baltimore.
Veteran Baltimore center John
Kerr did not play, ending his
consecutive NBA streak at 917
games, including 844 regular sea-
son contests.
i COLLEGE FOOTBALL
(Jiami (Fla) 27, Boston College 6
N'ebraska Wesleyan 27, Hastings 6
West Chester 27, Mansfield 0

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By The Associated Press
College football's Big Three -
Michigan State, Arkansas and
Nebraska--probably have nothing
to fear today but complacency.
The three powerhouses, with a
combined record of 21-0, face
rivals who.have won five games{
and lost 15. It's' a case of every-
thing to gain, nothing to lose for
the underdogs.
And for the Spartans, Razor-
backs and Cornhuskers the stakes
ON MONDAY:
'M' Frosh
Meet JV's
Freshman Coach Dennis Fitz-
gerald will send his frosh gridders
into a game-type scrimmage
against the junior varsity at 7:30
p.m. on Monday at Holloway
Field.
The Wolverines will lose three
of their top tackles by graduation
next year (Bill Yearby, Tom
Mack and Charlie Kines) and the
coaching staff hopes that some
answers to this problem might
come from the frosh.
Fitzgerald feels that as many as
six frosh will be candidates for
the line spot next year. They are:
Dave Denzin (6-2, 220), Bob Pen-
ska (6-2, 225), Dick Tackett (6-3,
220), Warren Sipp (6-1, 215), Jim
Banar (6-0, 225), and Terry Fry-
singer (6-2, 225).
While tackles are more plenti-
ful than usual, Fitzgerald feels
that he has players at almost
every position that have shown
promise and could be of use next
year.

eams
are high-national prestige, confer-
ence titles, post-season bowls.
Surprises?
An interesting set-up for a sur-
prise or two in this season of sur-
prises.
Top - ranked Michigan State
plays at Iowa, where reports are
circulating that Coach Jerry
Burns is on the way out. If the
Spartans win as expected against
the Hawkeyes, who are 1-6, only.
Indiana stands in the way of
Michigan State's first Big Ten
title.
Arkansas, No. 2 in the nation,
is at Rice, 2-4. The tough Razor-
backs then will have two more
Southwest Conference rivals to
tackle in their drive for another
championship, Southern Methodist
and Texas Tech. Tech, now second
in the conference and rated
Arkansas' sternest test, entertains
New Mexico State today. They're
each 6-1.
Third - ranked Nebraska is at
home against Kansas, 2-5, and
finishes its Big Eight season

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against two other losing teams,
Oklahoma State and Oklahoma.
Missouri, which gave Nebraska a
battle last week before losing 16-
14, has a key road game against
the conference's other contender,
Colorado.
The annual Southeastern scram-
ble will get a bit unscrambled
with five contenders in action.
Auburn, 2-0-1 in the conference,
meets Mississippi State at Jack-
son, Miss.; Georgia, 3-1, faces
Florida, 2-2, at Jacksonville; Ala-
bama, 4-1-1, is at Louisiana State;
and Kentucky, 2-2, has. a night
game at Vanderbilt.
USC-Washington
Southern California, pacesetter
in the Pacific Coast Conference-
but with UCLA and Washington
State still in the running--plays
at California. Washington is at
UCLA and Oregon at Washington
State in other big PCC games.
The Ivy League's two all-win-
ning clubs, Princeton and Dart-
mouth, are solidly favored as they
march toward their season-end

showdown Nov. 20. Princeton,
with its string of 16 victories, is at
Harvard and Dartmouth, 6-0 this
year, plays Columbia in New York.
First-place Clemson is at North
Carolina and second-place Duke
plays at North Carolina State in
Atlantic Coast highlights. Front-
runners Louisville and Tulsa of
the Missouri Valley tangle at
Tulsa. Miami of Ohio seeks to pro-
tect its Mid-American lead at
home against Toledo. West Vir-

ginia entertains Virginia Tech in
the Southern Conference, and
Wyoming is at New Mexico in the
Western Athletic.
In the East-Notre Dame takes
its high-powered team to Pitts-
burgh for a match against the
kitty-cat Panthers; Syracuse, with
flashy Floyd Little, is at home for
Oregon State, and Maryland is
at Navy.
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