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Y, DECEMBER'7, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Ollie Grabs 18 as Michigan Dominates Boards

(Continued from Page 1)
him as the best collegiate player
in the country. In the space of
three minutes, he sunk five
buckets from all over the floor,
helping to increase the Wolverine
lead from 37-21 to 49-25. Cazzie
scored 16 points in all during the
first half, making a phenomenal
80 per cent of his shots from the
field.
Even-Steven
A balanced offensive attack
marked the play of the Wolver-
ines' first five. Russell led all
scorers with 22, while Oliver Dar-
den had 14, John Thompson 15,
Craig Dill 11, and Jim Myers 12,
along with John Clawson's 15.
Despite the lopsided nature of
the game, Strack thought it was
of definite value to the Wolverine
cagers. "They didn't press any
particular player, but the reserves
got to see a lot of action. We got
to see a lot of Pitts, Bankey, and
Brown," Strack continued.-
Need Speed
"And one thing Ball State illu-
strated to us, something which
didn't show up in the Bowling
Green or Tennessee games, is that
our forwards are going to have

to move a little faster in order
to get the basketball," the Wolver-
ine mentor noted.
Strack, describing the Wolver-
ine play thus far, said, "We've
shown the scoring ability, but
what we're looking for now is some
stomping ability."
Bombing the Boards
The Wolverines allowed the
Michigan coach to see some of
the stomping ability he. was
searching for. Darden and Dill
dominated the boards, Darden,
taking off 18 rebounds and the
Perhaps it wasn't exactly what
6'10" center hauling down 14.
the Wolverine coach had in mind
when he asked for some stomp-
ing ability, but Dill displayed
something of that nature at an-
other point. As Cardinal Mark
Sawyer fell out of bounds, he and
Dill, who was guarding him, be-
came entangled. Dill slammed the
Ball State forward to the court,
and the referees proceeded to call
a technical on the Wolverine
center.
Asphyxiation .
After the game, Sawyer spoke
respectfully of the Michigan de-
fense. "With Darden and Russell

and Dill around you, it's like be-
ing smothered. There's no escape.
You try to get a shot off, but
with those guys around you, you
don't know whether to pass or
shoot or dribble. It's pretty con-
fusing out there."
Foiled Follies
With an easy victory almost
certain, the Wolverines were able
to unveil some crowd-pleasing
antics of the Globetrotter mold.
At one point, Dill, standing at his
post position and facing away
from the Michigan basket, fired
a blind pass over his shoulder to
Thompson who had cut toward
the basket. The Wolverine guard
was fouled on the way in to ruin
the perfect play, however.
Clawson, not to be outdone, took
a pass and headed toward the
basket. Slipping on the floor, he
fell to his knee, but continued to
dribble away, never losing control,
and flipped a pass to Thompson
while still down.
Two for Jim
The second half was as eventful
as the first, although Michigan,
with victory certain, appeared to
be sluggish on offense. Jim Pitts
gained the distinction of putting
the Wolverines over the century
mark, with 2:30 left in the en-
counter, for the second consecu-
tive game.
On the way the Michigan cagers
have performed to date in the still
young season, Strack said this:
"I've seen some real good points,
and a few things that are detri-
mental. Our bench needs to gain
some more experience yet, but
we're much faster too."
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BALL STATE had more than its share of problems in gaining control of the roundball last night
as Michigan trounced the Cardinals 107-70. In the above shot, John Clawson keeps the ball away
from a frustrated Mark Sawyer.
PORT SHORTS:
Injured Knee Sidelines Unitas
By The Associated Press Sullivan was dismissed as coach service because of a nhvsical di

fBASKETBALL ROUNDUP:
Blue Devils Nipped
As Gamecocks Roll

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By The Associated Press
COLUMBIA, S.C. -Sophomore
Frank Standard's field goal with
15 seconds left last night gave
South Carolina's Gamecocks an
upset 73-71 Atlantic Coast Con-
ference basketball victory over
Duke, third-ranked in the nation.
Standard's winner came after
Duke's Steve Vacendak had tied
it 71-71. s
Immediately before that, South
Carolina's Al Salvadori hit a
Sthree-point play, to put the Game-
cocks ahead by two points.
South Carolina led 38-37 at
halftime, :but Duke sprinted to a
seven-point lead late in the game.
Then South Carolina whittled it
down in the final moments.
The victory left South Carolina
*A unbeaten at 3-0 and tarnished
Duke's reputation for its weekend
doubleheader against topranked
UCLA.
Iowa Wins Third
IOWA CITY, Iowa-The unde-
feated Iowa Hawkeyes won their
third game of the season by beat-
ing Southern Illinois 69-58 last
night.
The loss was the first in three
games for Southern Illinois, last
year's° runner-up in, the college
division of the NCAA.
Iowa was never able to put any
push toward the victory as it led
by only 28-25 at halftime. The
Hawks had only a six-point lead,
45-39, with .about 9% minutes to
play.
They pulled ahead by seven,
then dropped back again to five
points with seven minutes re-
maining
Gerry Jones paced the Hawk-
eyes with 20 points, followed by
Chris Pervall with 17. However,
George McNeil of Southern Illi-
ConE s
MICHIGAN 167, Ball State 70
south Carolina 73, Duke 71
Detroit 78, Indiana 75
The Citadel 71, Stetson 64
Xavier (Ohio) 87, Union (Ky) 65
Virginia Tech 95, Wm. & Mary 63
North Carolina 82, Ohio State 72
Iowa 69, Southern Illinois 58
Florida State 121, Tampa 57
Virginia 97, Wake Forest 94
Youngstown 84, Walsh 54
Oberlin 57, Cleveland State 52
Queens 84, Yeshiva 68
New Mexico 56, Iowa State 52
Columbia 63, CCNY 57
Morehead 101, Canisius 71
Ohio U. 102, Northern Illinois 64
Creighton 1$3, South Dakota 58
Okla. City 106, Loyola (Chicago) 89
Bradley 89, New Mexico State 78
Louisiana State 76, Texas 66
Georgia Tech 96, Rice 87
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nois took game honors with 22
points.
OSU Dunked Again
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Larry Mil-
ler and Bob Lewis combined for
63 points last night in leading
North Carolina to an 82-72 inter-
sectional basketball triumph over
ragged Ohio State.
The Tarheels rushed out to a
13-point halftime lead, stretched
it to 18 points midway through
the second half, then withstood a
furiousBuckeye rally thatcut
the deficit to only four points
with 3:15 remaining.
But Miller, a 6-foot-4 sopho-
more who scored 31 points, then
reeled off 12 straight points that
put the game -out of reach.
Bob Dove led the Ohio State
comeback and posted a 28-point
production, the best of the senior
pivotman's OSU career.

Darden f
Clawson f
Dill c
Russell g
Thompson g
Meyers c
Bankey g
Pitts g
Brown f
Tillotson f
Delzer I
Siebodnik g
Totals
B
Sawyer I
Truex f
Huth c
Lanich g
Ervin g
Underhill f
Miller, J. g
Shumaker g
Sapp g
Brooke g
Miller, S. c
Totals

MICHIGAN
G F
7-13 0-2
7-10 1-2
2-14 7-7
10-18 2-4
6-7 3-3
6-12 0-1
3-3 1-2
2"-4N0-0
0-243-4
1-1 0-0
0-0 0-0
1-2 0-0
45-86 17-28

R PT
18 2 14
4 4 15
14 4 11
6 1 22
2 4 15
7 0 12
2 2 7
1132
3 3 2
1 0 0
70 23 107

BALTIMORE, Md.-"I'm out of
it," quarterback John Unitas said
yesterday of any possibility of be-
ing available if the Baltimore
Colts reach the championship
playoff of the National Football
League.
The game Jan. 2 will be four
weeks after Unitas wrenched his
knee Sunday against the Chicago
Bears. He underwent surgery sev-
eral hours later.L
In bed at Union Memorial Hos-
pital, with his right leg in a cast
from ankle to groin, Unitas re-
plied six weeks when asked how
long he would be inactivated.
It was immediately after a visit
by Dr. E. J. McDonnell, the ortho-
pedic surgen who repaired torn
ligaments and removed a cartilage
from the knee.
"I'd like to be in it," said Unitas,
but shook his head negatively and
tapped the cast.
"I'll be here about a week and
then I'll have to walk on crutches
for a while."
NY Fires Sullivan
NEW YORK - George (Red)

of the National Hockey League's
New York Rangers yesterday and
was replaced by general manager
Emile Francis.
Sullivan will remain with the
team as coordinator of player per-
sonnel and scouting.
A former center, the fiery Sul-
livan, replaced Muzz Patrick as
Ranger coach on Dec. 28, 1962.
The Rangers finished fifth in each
of his three full seasons at the
helm. They are currently in fifth
place with a "record of five victor-
ies, 10 defeats and five ties.
* * *
QB Namath 4-F
BEAVER FALLS, Pa.-Quarter-
back Joe Namath of the New York
Jets has been classified 4-F by
local Draft Board 24, it was learn-
ed yesterday.
A spokesman for the draft board
declined to give out any additional
information on Namath, who
signed for a $400,000 bonus with
the American Football League
team.
His draft classification means
he is unqualified for military

ALL STATE
G F R
4-10 1-4 7
5-10 7-9 3
5-11 0-0 2
0-6 2-3 0
2-6 0-0 1
3-8 3-3 7
3-4 4-4 7
1-5 0-0 2
1-5 0-0 2
0-0 0-0 0
1-7 3-7 3
25-72 20-30 39

ability. Namath had a bad knee
while playing for Alabama.
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3 10
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Juday Still Hoping
NEW YORK -- Steve Juday,
Michigan State's forgotten All-
America quarterback, still hopes
to impress the pros-but he re-
fuses to go begging.
"I'll have one distinction, I am
probably the only All-America
quarterback in history passed up
by the pros," the signal-caller of State St. at North University
Michigan State's Rose Bowl-
bound No. 1 football team, said
yesterday.
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