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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5,;1969

THE M A .AUTG A 1N ZDA A N.V

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SUNDAY -j , DECMBE 5,1L' T 1111VII1VAHT UbATE

PAGE SE~VE1N

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Routs

Outclassed

Falcons

(Continued from Page 1)
lastic over the defensive play of
his boys. "We set out to do two
things: we wanted to run and we
wanted to dominate them defen-
sively. They kept the pressure on
Bowling Green right to the end
when the defense got a little
lethargic."
One other interesting facet of
the contest was Michigan's ex-
cellent passing which apparently
is being motivated by Russell. The
new trend in super stars is to be
unselfish and not score so many
points yourself.
Jerry Lucas said he liked pass-
ing more than scoring, and Bill
Bradley gave his sub-peer group
plenty of chances to prevent him
from being a one man show.
Cazzie Dazzling
Yesterday, Cazzie, who passes
fancier than either of those two,
was more impressive throwing the
ball than shooting it. His team-
mates decided to do the same
thing, and for a while it looked as
though Russell and Dill were hav-
ing a contest to see who could
make the best assist.
Cazzie might have won the bat-
tle on one play with four minutes
left in the first half. He grabbed
a defensive rebound and began
dribbling down court despite
hounding from the Falcons:
With a touch of Carl Ward he
changed directions three times
and finally headed for the left
corner. Suddenly he sent a pass
to Dill who was open under the
basket. Craig's deft underhand
flip with his back to the basket

added two more points to the
Michigan side of the scoreboard.
Indian Imitations
But the outstanding Cazzism
was breaking up a BG two-on-one
fast break. Russell, the one, stood
on the free throw line and looked
like he was doing a tribal war
dance while standing barefoot on
a bed of hot coals.
The Falcon players, apparently
fearing the All-American had
suddenly cracked from the pub-
licity, refused to come near him.
Instead they took their chances
on a long jump shot which missed.
"Cazzie is the greatest," Scholler
said bluntly.
Russell's feats, which are rap-
idly becoming a local unit of meas-
ure, will be on display again to-
morrow night wlen the Wolver-
ines host Ball State at 8 p.m. This
will be the last home game of the
semester and could be another
good chance for the fans with a
killer instinct to whoop it up.
Bowling
'Em Over
MICHIGAN

You can sell
all of your
TEXTBOOKS
for CASH
anytime at
State St. at North University

-Daily-::Kamalakar Rao
AND HE'S NOT BAD ON defense either! Here Craig Dill moves
with Bowling Green's Nick Aloi, bending his giant frame in order
to keep on the level with Aloi. Dill sizzled yesterday, dropping
in 21 points on nine field goals and three free throws, not to
mention nine rebounds.,

Darden
Clawson
bill
Russell
Thompson
Myers
Banke
Pitts
Tillotson
Dezer
Brown
Slebondnik
Totals
BO'
Mimms
Piatkowski
Dixon
Aloi
Hendrix
Rincells
Hodak
Van Poppel
Behm
Williams
Rose
Rychener
Totals

G F R P T
5-9 0-1 8 5 10
8-12 6-7 10 1 22
9-14 3-5 9 1 21
9-16 4-7 11 2 22
3-14 0-0 3 1 6
3-7 0-0 9 3 6
3-5 0-0 2 0 6
1-3 2-6 2 1 4
2-5 0-1 5 0 4
1-2 0-0 1 0 2
2-5 1-2 3 3 5
0-0 0-0 1 0 0
46-92 16-29 70 17 108

OWLING GREEN
G F R
6-16 0-2 9
10-29 4-6 9
3-9 1-2 11
1-9 2-2 9
2-3 2-2 6
0-3 0-0 0
2-4 3-5 3
4-11 0-0 4
0-1 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 0
1-1 0-0 0
29-86 12-19 53

PT
3 12
5 24
2 7
3 4
0 6
1 0
4 7
3 S
1 0
0 0
0 0
1 2
23 70

-Daily-Jim Lines
EVEN IF YOU'RE "ONLY" 6'7", you can still do it, as Oliver
Darden shows Craig Dill (6'10") and Al Dixon (6'9"). But the
Wolverines had more than just "stuff" yesterday. They hit on
46 field goals and 16 free throws, in stomping Bowling Green
108-70.
ONE MORE GAME
Six Michigan Gridders
To Play in Holiday Tilts

OUR

MICHIGAN 58 50-108
BOWLING GREEN 32 38- 70
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB McFARLAND
INSTANT
M L NE S
yours with
YELLO-
BOLE

Six of Michigan's senior football
players will have another oppor-
tunity to play on the gridiron as
amateurs before turning pro.
Tom Mack, Bill Yearby, Wally
Gabler, Charlie Kines, S t e v e
Smith, and Tom Cecchini have
been invited to play in post-sea-
son classics during the holidays.
Mack and Yearby, tackles signed
by the Los Angeles Rams and the
New York Jets, respectively, will
represent the Wolverines in the
East-West Shrine game on Dec. 31
in San Francisco.
From San Francisco, Mack will
travel to Hawaii to participate in
the Hula Bowl.

Meanwhile, the team's leading
scorer, quarterback Gabler and
tackle Kines, drafted by the Chi-
cago Bears, will wear the colors of
the North in the Blue-Gray game
at Montgomery, Ala., on Christmas
Day.
Also on Christmas Day, team
captain Cecchini and end Smith,
drafted by Houston and San Fran-
cisco, will play for the Yanks in
the annual North-South encounter
at Miami, Fla.
Three of the six, Mack, Yearby
and Cecchini, were listed on the
Big Ten All-Star team this year
after three years on the Wolverine
varsity.

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