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By HOWARD KOHN pressive' opener, the 6'10" center with two of the finest sophomores
-I am pleased with our per- 1has turned aggressive, working the in the nation and three returning
I boards effectively against Bowl- starters. Wichita lost tall Nate
wrmances to date. I feel that we ing Geen and Ball State. Bowman and All-American Dave
re making progress, and I don't Stallworth through graduation.
Lave any complaints."? There is John Clawson , the for- Salot hog rdain
So said Dave Strack, head ward picked to play opposite cap- Sophomore Star
asketball coach of a team that tan Oliver Darden and the second Warren Armstrong, a very agile
- leading scorer after three games.,,,
as ripped off three straight vic- "lain sco e a ery games, 6'2" forward, heads the soph
Dries with a minimum of exertion' Clawson has beve every reason to feel corps. Armstrong, who smashed
There is a new era of basketball that he is going to continue,lsaid Stallworth's freshman scoring rec-
Michigan. ord, is an excellent passer and
- - R~~tr k- - .- _. . - .
There is Craig Dill, who has Hard Workers
been contrasted to Bill Buntin so There is John Thompson, work-
many times that some people were ing to hold down his guard spot,
wondering if he was still playingan DeisB kytrng o
in the shadow of the bullish All- break into the starting lineup at
American. Now, after, an unim- guard. There is Jim Myers, off
A m-_-- n._No___.:___n ___m to "the best start of his career."
dAnd there is Cazzie Russell.
"Cazzie is still Cazzie," epitomized
lue Second Strack after watching the phan-
tom of Yost Field House in action.
CeNext: The Test
n a e OTonight the second-ranked Wol-
verines will pit their new winning
combination a g a i n s t Wichita.
By The Associated Press "The game will be a good test-
something we need," pointed out
SMichigan copped second placel trck.
in the first AP weekly basketball Staksh
Th eesd etraThe Shockers are not the same
Boll released yesterday. r iteam that nearly upset Michigan
thB Wolve nf te i the e wlvis last year, but they're still rugged
mere 58 points behind the top- enough to rank high in preseason
ranked Bruins of UCLA as they predictions. Wichita dumped New
picked up six first place votes. Mexico State in its opener last
The big, bruising Bruins lived Saturday.
up to their pre-season billing by Shocker coach Gary Thompson,
'lattening Ohio State and Illinois who took his team to the NCAA
in their first two games of the finals last season, is "rebuilding"
1965-66 season. to end the first
week with a 2-0 record.
Thirty-five of the 42 votes of a!
special panel of sports writers and G I"iT for
sportscasters placed UCLA on the
top of their balolt, giving the ... PRO ONLY
:Bruins a point total of 399. MERCHANDISE
Third place went to St. Joseph's
of Philadelphia, rated by many as * Hagen Ultra
'the strongest team in the East. * Wilson Staff
The Hawks, with 262 points, were
the only other team to land a first * Spalding Executive
place vote. They got one. * Arnold Palmer
The Top Ten as determined on * MacGregor
the basis of 10-9-8 etc.: Bagboy Caddie Carts
1. UCLA 35 (2-0) 399 __ _
2. MICHIGAN 6 (3-0) 341
3. St. Joseph's, Pa. 1 (2-0) ?62 Men's and ladies'
4.Vanderbilt(1-0).20STARTER SETS 42.50
5.11innesota (2-0) 182
6. Duke (2-1) 171
7. Kansas (2-0) 156 Proaie
S. Providence (1-0) 142Personalize
9. Bradley (3- ) - * SPALDING DOT
10. South Carolina (3-0) 63
Other teams receiving votes, listed in * TITLEST
alphabetical order, were: Army, Boston
College, Brigham Young, Cincinnati, * WILSON STA F F
Colorado, Creighton, Dayton, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Iowa, Kansas State, Ken-.. M EN C I
tucky, Louisville,, Maryland, Michigan I M. IA
State, New Mexico, North Carolina
State, Oklahoma City, Penn, Penn. 1519 Fuller Rd.
State, San Francisco, St. John, N.Y., Open Every Day from
Stanford, Southern California, Tennes- Willie Mustard
see, Utah, West Virginia.
deadly shot. Strack predicted that
"he could be another Cazzie Rus-
One of the players vying with 155-pound sophomore center who
Russell this year for an All- suffered a shoulder separation be-
American spot at guard is Wich- fore the season. Melvin Reed, a
ita's Kelly Pete. Described by his reserve from last year, may re-
coach as "the best defensive play- place Washington in the opening
er in the country," Pete boasts lineup.
two years of varsity experience. "Michigan will use the full court
The other three starters will p r e s s against Wichita," said
probably be John -Criss, Jamie Strack. "If we keep hustling, the
Thompson and Ron Washington. press could become an integral
Starting Credentials part of our defense." Wichita's
Criss is a 5'10" senior guard; ball playing tactics highlight speed
Thompson is a junior who aver- and manuverability.
aged 20 points per game the sec- The Wolverines expectedly wil
ond semester of last year at for- play before another avid crowd-
ward; and Washington is a 6'5",l about 10,000 frantic Shocker fans
NEED MONEY FOR THEI
The BOOKERY is paying CASH, p
for hooks for these courses:
Anthro 101, 131, 222, 428
Botany 101, 102, 405
Chemistry 102, 103, 104, 106, 107, 225,
226, 227, 265, 346
Astro 111-A, 111-B, 112, 130
Economics 201, 202, 203, 401, 451
English 123, 220, 231, 401, 451
French 101, 102, 103, 231, 232
German 101, 102, 111, 112, 231, 232
Great Books 192
History 102, 331, 332, 362, 562
History of Art
Physics 125, 1
Poli. Sci. 100,
Speech 101, 1
at the WSU Fieldhouse in Wichita.,1 respecrtully regUeSts tit the
On the Road
After tonight's encounter, Mich- residents Of University TOwers
igan will travel to Chicago to meet
San Francisco on Dec. 11, to De- Stop throwing beer cons down
troit to face Duke on Dec. 21, to
Indianapolis to battle Butler onjon us.
Dec. 22 and then to Portland, Ore,
to compete in the Far West
The Wolverines will play Ari- 1215 South University 71 -0700
zona State in the first round of -- ____
the Classic. Oregon, Oregon State,
Stanford, Washington State and
1 Air Force will be the other par-
sticipating quintets. -
aying I'% more,
101, 102, 271, 272
105, 110, 115, 116, 215,
6, 404, 425, 450, 451, 465
26, 145, 146, 153
1 10, 140, 160, 402, 414
102, 201, 202H
.195, 345, 400, 420, 324, 460
02, 203, 231, 232
405, 452, 453, 482
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