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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1963

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Impressive

In

Defeat

ALL BIG TEN TEAM:
Wolverines Grab Four Spots

By CHUCK VETZNER ed the epitome of glitter. Ken Maxey, who looks like a!
Sullivan, a 6'4" prep All-Ameri- smudge on the floor at 5'9", also?
If there are .three things every can from Wisconsin who has miss- did his best to upset Russell. At
freshman boy should learn, they ed most of practice with a broken one point he drew a charging foul
are- 1) Don't fall asleep in an foot, passed behind his back with on Russell when Cazzie was streak-
astro lecture. 2) Tell freshman ease and at one point fired a pass ing down on a fast break. In a
girls you are a sophomore. 3) toward the basket while dreamily similar situation, Maxey became
Don't mess with the Caz. gazing at the middle of the court. daring and swiped the ball.
Somewhere a 1 o n g the line, White Hazzard Maxey was equally talented on
freshman basketball coach Tom If Bill Bradley is called "The offense serving as playmaker and
Jorgenson failed to point out the White 'O'," with experience, Sul- troubleshooter. In the second half,
last rule to his fledglings. The re- livan, who was a forward in high he gobbled up an errant varsity
sult was a 108-80 loss to the var- school, could become the white pass and began to march the
sity last night but the defeat Walt Hazzard. length of the floor. Well before he
might have been much worse if reached midcourt he .found him-
the frosh had minded their elders. ! D'D y self staring at Russell and Oliver
"The freshman came at us fly- Darden who were inten't on sepa-
ing," chuckled head coach Dave ' A T rating Maxey and the ball.

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Tickets
Tickets for the opening game
of the basketball season against
Tennessee here on December 1
go on sale today at the ticket
office, State and Hoover, be-
tween 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. !
Strack. "They had a lot of poise
abd enthusiasm."
Guts and Ability
They also had oodles of ability
and the guts to go out and try to
stop the defending Big Ten
champs. And when that's the goal,
the player you try to outmaneuver
is Cazzie Lee Russell, the Zeus of
Michigan basketball.
Russell flipped in 19 points and
made some dandy passes, but he
got a good going over from his
greenhorn opponents.
At one point guard Bob Sullivan
gave Cazzie a close-up view of his
elbow and at times even out-flash-

Russell
Darden
Dill
Clawson
Thompson
Myers
Bankey
Pitts
Tillotson
Brown
Delzer
Slobodnik
Peaks
F
Stewart
McClellan
Adams
Maxey
Sullivan
Maundrell
Edwards
Montross
Wilber

8 3-3 19
13 0-0 26
2 3-4 7
6 3-3 15
5 0-0 10
6 1-2 13
1 0-0 2
1 3-6 5
1 0-0 2
1 1-2 3
1 0-0 2
0 0-0 0
0 4-4 4
45 18-24 108
RE SHMEN
10 1-4 21
6 0-0 12
4 3-4 11
5 3-3 13
1 4-5 6
3 0-1 6
0 3-5 3
2 0-0 4
2 0-1 4
33 14-23 80

Ballerina's Grace
But en showed the grace of a
ballerina and the speed of a
thoroughbred as he side-stepped
the two swatting foes. He looked
like he was in the midst of a drib-
bling drill where you slalom
through a batch of folding chairs.
Another meddlesome youngster
was Dennis Stewart, a 6'7" high
forward from Steelton, Pa. Ap-
propriately, his alma mater is
Steelton Highspire.
Stewart's another former All-
American, but this is a freshman
squad where anyone who isn't at
least all-City must feel like a
fighter showing up without his
trunks.
Master Shooter
More important than his trophy-
case is Stewart's shooting, which
is masterful. He has a lovely
jumper which has a marked pro-
pensity to fall in the basket. Rus-
sell's job was to guard him. Ste-
wart scored 21 points.
But the crowd came mainly to
get a preview of the big boys, and
they were not disappointed. The
varsity was tough when they had
to be, despite the best efforts of
the frosh.

CHICAGO RP-Illinois' record-
smashing fullback Jim Grabowski1
and Michigan State's halfback{
Clint Jones and safety George
Webster were unanimous choices
on the All-Big Ten team an-{
nounced yesterday.t
The team, consisting of 11 of-
fensive and 11 defensive players,
was chosen by a panel of 11
writers.t
Michigan placed halfback Carl
Ward and tackle Tom Mack on7
the offensive squad, while half-
back Rick. Volk and All-America
Bill Yearby at tackle made the de-
fensive team.
On the second team, Wolverine
captain Tom Cecchini represented
Michigan, being selected as a line-
backer.
Wolverine quarterback W a 11 y
Gabler, end Jack Clancy, and half-
back Rick Sygar received honor-
able mention.
Michigan State claimed six of
the 22 first team spots, while Pur-
due and Michigan had four each.
Northwestern, -Indiana ,and Wis-
consin were the only teams not to
have a player named to the first
team.
The 1965 AP.All-Big Ten team:
Offense- Ends, Bob Hadrick,
Purdue; Gene Washington, Mich-
igan State; tackles, Tom Mack,
Michigan; Karl Singer, Purdue;
guards, John Niland, Iowa; Doug
Van Horn. Ohio State; center,
Larry Kaminski, Purdue; quarter-
back. St e ve Juday, Michigan'
State; halfbacks, Clint Jones,
Michigan State; Carl Ward, Mich-
igan; fullback, Jim Grabowski,
Illinois.
Defense - Ends, Aaron Brown,
Minnesota; Bubba Smith, Mich-
igan State; tackles, Jerry Shay,
Purdue; Bill Yearby, Michigan;
linebackers, Dwight Kelly, Ohio0L
State; Don Hansen, Illinois; Ron
Goovert, Michigan State; backs,
ar tans Lead
ArkansasI
souri, meets Florida in the Sugar
Bowl at New Orleans. Florida, up-
set 16-13 by Miami, vacated its
Top Ten lease.
Tennessee, No. 9, plays in the
Bluebonnet Bowl and Texas Tech,
No. 10, in the Gator Bowl against
Georgia Tech.
The Top Ten with first place
votes in parentheses, season
records -and total points on a
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:

George Webster, Michigan State: McKelvey, Northwestern: B o b
Rick Volk, Michigan; John Fill. Apisa, Michigan State.
Ohio State: Ron Acks, Illinois. Defense:
Second team offense: Ends - Bo Batchelder, Illinois:
Ends-Bill Malinchak. Indiana: Jim Long, Purdue: tackles, Bill
Cas B a n a s z e k, Northwestern; Ridder. Ohio State; Gary Eickman,
tackles, Gale Gillingham, Minne- Illinois; linebackers, Harold Lucas,
sota; Jim Burns, Northwestern; Michigan State; Jack Calcaterra,
guards, Paul Faust, Minnesota: Purdue: Tom Cecchini. Michigan;
John Karpinski, Michigan State; backs. Don Japinga, Michigan
center, Boris Dimitroff, Michigan State: John Charles, Purdue; Tom
State; backs, Bob Griese, Purdue; Sakal, Minnesota; Tom Brigham,
Tom Barrington, Ohio State; Bob Wisconsin.

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Icers Open Season

w nit west
By JIM TINDALL
After five .weeks of daily prac-
tice (skating, skating, and more
skating)Michigan's hockey team
will be the first winter sport to
open its regular season as the
icers meet Western Ontario in a
Friday-Saturday home series this
weekend.
Faceoff time for both games will
be 8 p.m. at the Coliseum.
Although the student portion of
the crowd might be smaller than
usual because of the Great Turkey
migrations; Coach Al Renfrew is
looking for an excellent series and
added, "Western Ontario will
probably be our toughest non-
conference opponent before we
head into WCHnA play.
(For those following WCHA ac-
tion which began last weekend:
Colorado College beat Michigan
State twice, the second game in
overtime, and Michigan Tech also
bopped Minnesota-Duluth twice.)
Rugged Conference
Western Ontario plays in a
rugged conference along with
schools like McMaster, Queens and
Montreal. Last year they finished
with an 11-4-1 mark, and the
Mustangs lost to Montreal in the
Eastern finals of the Canadian
collegiate tourney only to see
Montreal go on to win the nation-
al crown.
The Canadian schools in this
league play under two unusual
rules: first, that a student can
transfer schools (even within the
conference) and be immediately
eligible to play, and second that
graduate students are eligible to
play on the team. There are some
interesting consequences to both
of these rules.
With regard to the first, Dave
Leeson, the center on. Western
Ontario's first line played at Mc-
Master last year and played the
season two years ago at still an-
other conference school.
Former 'M' Captain
As for the second, Larry Bab-
cock, Michigan, hockey captain
three years ago, is the team cap-
tain and is playing left wing on
the Mustangs' first line. Last year
Babcock, who is working on his
law degree, was voted the Most
Valuable Player on the Western
Ontario team. Renfrew described
Babcock yesterday, "as a very
fine player with an awful lot of
hockey experience."
Experience seems to be the forte
of the Mustangs as they will put
a team composed almost entirely
of graduate students on the ice
this weekend. This is contrasted
with Michigan's youthful squad
which will have to rely on the
development of the sophomores
and juniors who have had rela-
tively limited hockey background
until now.
Already Played Four
Western Ontario has still an-
other advantage in that they have
SCORESp
NBA
Detroit 118, Cincinnati 115
San Francisco, 134, New York 125
NHL1
Chicago 3, Detroit 2

.Both Teams Pleasing
r YI~~fiII "I was pleased with the per-
formance of both teams," said!
Strack still wearing a post-game
played four games already this grin. "You like to see the fresh-
season, including one last night. men do well, but of course, the
They played two exhibition games primary concern is this year's
against a rugged McMaster team team.
and Waterloo (another of Michi- "We plan to use our fast break
gan's nonconference opponents). more this year, and it turned out
This past weekend Coach Renfrew fairly effective although we didn't
travelled to Canada to scout them control it as well as we could. We
in their 8-0 victory over McGill. gave up the ball 11 times in the
After seeing them in action Ren- first half which is far too many."
frew would only say that, "They Despite the giveaways, the var-,
have a fine hockey team and their sity carried a 48-29 halftime lead
goaltending is particularly good when Newt Loken's gymnasts
(Garry Bonney, their goalie, was jumpedwout for the intermission
on the league All-Star team last
year)."
An'd game experience could alsoG
work against the Wolverines as Garrett Capt
they have been skating against
each other for fiveweeks andars
know each other's moves prettyas
that this team was anxious to get
into a game to see how good they NEW YORK (P)-Mike Garrett,'
really are. He emphasized that Southern California's s t o c k y,
"Five weeks is an awful long time swivel-hipped halfback who has
to go without playing any games. thundered his way to the fore-
We tried to make the practices front of college football's great
interesting and varied, but there runners, won the 1965 Heisman
is nothing like a game to point Memorial Trophy as player of the
out what you don't know. But the year.
team is enthusiastic and physical- The 21-year-old, 5-foot-9, 185-
ly healthy too." pound senior easily outdistanced
Leeson, the three college wonder his opposition in a poll of sports-
mentioned earlier, will center writers and sportscasters for the
Western's first line with Bab- 31st annual award presented by
cock and Jerry Knightley, an All- the Downtown Athletic Club of
America from Renssalear two New York.
years ago, on the other wing. Garrett got 179 first place votes'
The defense will be headed by and a total of 926 points. Howard
Pete Kelley, an All-Star last sea- Twilley, Tulsa's 5-foot-10 pass
son, and Bill L'Heureux who is, catching wizard, edged bulldozing
ironically, an undergraduate. fullback Jim Grabowski of Illinois
Herman Starts for second-528 points to 481.
As for Michigan's starting team, Donny Anderson, Texas Tech's
Renfrew has decided to open the do-everything halfback, finished
series with sophomore goalie fourth and Floyd Little, Syracuse's
Harold Herman instead of junior mercurial runner, was fifth.
letterman Greg Page. He added Overpowere d'
that this was only for the first "I am overpowered," the soft-
game and after that he would spoken Garrett said in a telephone
"play it by ear" as the season pro- interview to newsmen at the club
gressed. where the award was announced.
On defense the three pairs work- Told that he was only the sec-
ing together are Teddy Henderson ond Negro to win the honor-the
(two year letterman) -Bill Lord, first was the late Ernie Davis of
Hank Brand (letterman) -Rick Day, Syracuse-Garrett replied, "Well'
and Tom Shiller and Mark that's a marvelous thing. He was
Thompson (both lettermen). These a great man."
three pairs are not ranked in any Garrett, leading major college
order and performance in a game rushers this season with 1,328
situation will determine their po- yards on 243 carries in nine games,
sitions. needs only 58 yards in his season
The Blue offense will be headed finale against Wyoming Saturday
by center-captain Mel Wakabaya- to become the most productive ball
shi, the WCHA scoring champ last carrier in history.
year, with converted defenseman Second to Matson
Barry MacDonald and Bob Baird He has gained 3,109 yards in
on the wings. The second and three varsity years compared to
third line are Mike Matilla-Bruce San Francisco's Ollie Matson's
Koviak-Dean Lucier and Bob Fer- record 3,166 from 1949 through
guson-Bab Boysen-Lee Martilla. 1951. Art Luppino of Arizona and
Looking forward to the week- Alan Ameche of Wisconsin gained
end, the Wolverines will be facing more but each played four varsity
a rough, experienced opponent
(both in games this year and seasons.
Others named in this year's
seasoned players) and if the young balloting, in the order of pointsF
Wolverines can stick with the__
Western Ontario club, or even
beat them, it could be a bright SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
season for the Blue. DALE SIELAFF
Ii- ___________

FRESHMEN CLARENCE ADAMS (33) AND DAVE McCLELLAN
(23) show the determination displayed by the frosh team in last
night's scrimmage as they battle the varsity's Craig Dill (40)
and Oliver Darden (55) for a rebound under the basket. Despite
the fight put up by the freshmen, the defending Big Ten champs
came up with a 108-80 victoryrat Yost Field House.
show. Sullivan scored the first
quickly fell behind.
basket of the game, but the frosh qikyfl eid i U nbeaten Sp
Then with six minutes gone,
Stewart hit a jumper to tie t eeadt aoll O
17-16 when Sullivan grabbed a re-
bound, tore down toward the
basket and fed Stewart perfectly. By The Associated Press.
Cazzie Stuff Barring defeat by UCLA in the
The varsity took the lead for New Year's Day Rose Bowl, un-
keeps when Russell plastered in beaten and untied Michigan State
the first stuff shot of the year. virtually was certain Tuesday of
In the second half, the closest capturing the national college
the freshman came was 86-71 football championship for 1965.
when the reserves for both sides Another poll will be staged
were in.Ante polwlbesad
after this week's remaining games
and the final poll, determining
" the national championship, will
[res Heisman be held after the bowl games on
New Year's Day.
fj UCLA, the host team in the
Grid Player Rose Bowl, leaped from eighth to
P fourth after upsetting Southern
California 20-16 Saturday.
received, were:
Arkansas, No. 2, opposes Louisi-
Steve Juda'y, Michigan State; ana State, a non-ranker, in the
Tom Nobis, Texas; Bob Griese, Cotton Bowl at Dallas on Jan. 1.
Purdue; Steve Spurrier, Florida; Nebraska, No. 3, takes on Alabama
Steve Sloan, Alabama; Bill Wolski, in the Orange Bowl at Miami.
Notre D a m e; Ron Landeck, Alabama remained in fifth place,
Princeton; Clinton Jones, Mich- just ahead of Notre Dame, falling
igan State; and Bill Anderson, from fourth.
Tulsa' .The seventh-ranked team, Mis-

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