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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1966 .

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY. FEBRUARY fl, 196w THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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Hawkeyes

Deal

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Second

Big

Ten

Defeat

By HOWARD KOHN
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-Although it's only
a rumor, some say they closed
the bars here during the game,
but it's a fact that no one had
anything to drink as the populace
of Iowa City watched its "pride
and joy" hex Michigan 91-82 last
night.
Home town magic and some
fancy hustling extended Iowa's
home win streak to 10 games
and scrambled the Big Ten race.
Michigan, though, still has a one-
game margin over the nearest riv-
als, Michigan State and Illinois.
Those two square off tonight in
East Lansing.

Iowa's winning coach, Ralph
Miller, said that Michigan has
"the inside track unless they lose
another within a week. If some-
body should nip them, it'll be open
for grabs."
Jim Myers sank a jumper to
open the game, but except for
a brief 11-11 tie, Michigan never
saw daylight again.
Notwithstanding the fine play
of Iowa, highlighted by a tight-
pressure defense, Michigan had to
overcome more than five guys in
white jerseys.
There was the win streak. Nine
in a row at home and 13,100
'clapping and cheering fans and
that intangible something echoing
and reechoing across the town.

"We want to win, and we're go-
ing to," they said.
Signs in the dorms read "Meet
at the lounge before going over
to beat Michigan." Placards and
enthusiasm were everything rush-
ing to a crescendo of zest and
daring.
That they dared was the whole
point.
Even nerveless Cazzie picked up
four fouls trying to solve the
Hawkeye press and it was Iowa,
not Michigan, purging further
ahead at the finish.
Miller, who makes the team
train with the track team, seemed
to have the Hawks keyed to the
best desire of the crowd. Chris
Pervall, who finished second to

Ben McGilmer in Iowa scoring,
epitomized the point by stuffing
Craig Dill on a breakaway.
Miller's "cross-country boys"
had only one scare, early in the
second half, when Michigan pull-
ed within one point, 54-53. After
that, they outran and outshot
the Wolverines to make it seem
like a rub at the final buzzer.
Miller's substitute second string,
which held off Ohio State last
Saturday, again proved to be a key
factor. Three of Iowa's starters,
Ecorse's George Peeples, Gary Ol-
sen and Pervall, fouled out within
a minute period, with five min-
utes left to play, and Iowa hold-
ing an eight-point lead.
The sub sophomores Dick Ag-
new and Houston Breedlove and
Junior Gary Gottschalk teamed
with the remaining starters to
increase the lead to 14 points. Ag-
new paced the attack of the re-
serves with seven important points.
Hawks Fly

Only a desperation effort by de-
termined Russell in the fading
minutes narrowed the gap.
"I'm very happy with our re-
serves. In fact, I'm getting used
to having them in there. They've

done very well in the last three
games. They've had to do well,"
praised Miller after the game.
Classy Cazzie topped all scorers
with a final output of 31, but it
was Michigan's leading son Mc-
Gilmer of Detroit who put in the
well-timed baskets. McGilmer, a
sophomore who replaced Gerry
Jones (who was academically in-
eligible at the beginning of the
semester), led Iowa with 26 points,
20 in the second half.
"These youngsters really don't
know what the word quit means.

Except for three or four early
miscues, we did a good job of driv-
ing," explained Miller.
Outrebounded
Iowa outrebounded the Wolver-
ines by an impressive 39-28 mar-
gin, thus beating Michigan at its
own game. McGilmer claimed
game honors by pulling off 11 to
dominate the backboards. Oliver
Darden and Jim Myers led Mich-
igan with only six apiece.

"Dave (Strack) has done a fine
job in organizing this club.
"The Wolverines have a better
offense and a stronger ball club
than a year ago," quoted Miller.
After the ensuing celebration,
whether at the bars or not, how-
ever, there still remains next
week's test of Iowa's Achilles heel.
The Hawkeyes, who have only one
conference game on the road,
travel to Michigan next Monday.

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SPORTS SHORTS:
Kentucky Smashes Ole Miss;
Cincinnati Stuns- Philadelphia

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OXFORD, Miss. (JP)-Kentucky's
high-flying Wildcats presented an
explosive offensive attack in
steamrollering Mississippi 108-65
last night.
All five of top-ranked Ken-
tucky's starters scored in double
figures, led by Louis Dampier with
20. Larry Conley and Pat Riley
pumped in 15 apiece, followed by
Tommy Kron with 12 and Thad
Jaracz with 11
Mickey Williams was high man
for Ole Miss with 14.'
The Wildcats, who jumped to
an early 11-1 lead, never trailed.
Their tight defense kept Ole Miss
well under control.
Kentucky romped to a 57-29
halftime advantage and shortly
after the second half began Coach
Adolph Rupp emptied the bench
to give the subs some action.
It was the 22nd win of thle sea-
* son for the unbeaten Wildcats.
DAYTON - Oscar Robertson
scored Cinnati's final five points
for a 40-point performance and
Philadelphia 76ers last night.
The Royals weathered Wilt
Chamberlain's 21,000th NBA point:
-which pulled Philadelphia to
within 106-105-and moved toI
within 1% games of the second
place 76ers in the hot Eastern
SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Florida 67,' Tennessee 63
Nebraska 70, Colorado 63
Northern Michigan 117,.rerris,°65
Providence 70, New Orleans Loyola 43
Kansas state 85, Missouri 61
Kansas 86, Oklahoma 69
Tulane 73, Alabama 72
NBA
Los Angeles 67, Boston 59 (halftime)

Adrian Smith added 30 in the
Royals' 113-107 National Basket-
ball Association triumph over the
Division race.
Smith scored many of his 30
points after having an eyelid cut
stitched at halftime. He was
cracked above the left eye late
in the second quarter and taken
to a hospital for stitches but re-
Clay-terrel
Bout Still On
LOUISVILLE (RP)-The chair-
man of Cassius Clay's draft board
said yesterday the heavyweight
champion definitely will not be
called to service before. his sched-
uled March 29 fight with Ernie
Terrell at Chicago.
J. Allen Sherman, chairman of
Local Board 47, said the quota for
March was received yesterday and
Clay would not be included in it.
Clay's draft classification was
changed from' 1-Y to 1-A last
Friday. Sherman said the cham-
pion had 10 days to appeal the
change.
Sherman said federal law re-
quired that a person not be noti-
fied to report for service during
this .10-day period. The March
quota will be filled before the per-
iod ends, he added.,
Clay and his att rniey have said
an appeal will e 6ild. The dead-
line is Feb.-28.
If an appeal is received, Sher-
man said, induction. will be de-
layed longer.

turned to start the second half.
Chamberlain's 24 points and Hal
Greer's 21 led Philadelphia.
* * *
NASHVILLE - Fifth - ranked
Vanderbilt returied to its home
in record fashion last night, de-
feating Georgia 117-97 in a South-
eastern Conference basketball
battle.
The Commodores vaulted into a
commanding lead on the strength
of a dazzling performance by sen-
ior forward Ron Green, who
dumped in 24 points, a career
high for Green.
Clyde Lee, limited to six points
in the first half, finished with 21,
hitting seven of nine field goal
attempts in the final period.
Sophomore Bo Wyenandt scored
20 for Vandy, Keith Thomas added
19 and reserve Wayne Calvert hit
14.
Ray Jeffords, Georgia's 6-5 jun-
ior forward, led both teams in the
wild battle with 28 points. Jef-
fords displayed an excellent out-
court jump shot and scored 11
baskets and six free throws.
Sillboard
The Michigan ski team will
be gliding off to Sugar Loaf
Mountain near Traverse City for
a big meet this weekend. It will
collide with the forces of Michi-
gan State, Ferris State, West-
ern Michigan, and Central
Michigan. Spectators are en-
couraged to attend.

Clawson
Darden
Myers
Russell
Thompson
Dill
Pitts
Bankey
Totals
Olsen
McGilmer
Peeples
Pervall
Pauling
Agnew;
Gottschalk
Breedlove
McGrath
Totals

MICHIGAN
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7-18 5-7.-6
11-22 9-10 3
2-3 0-2 3
0-0 0-0 0
0-0 0-2 2
0-1 1-3 3
30-62 22-34 25
IOWA
G F R
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11-18 4-5 11
8-11 0-0 8
6-13 8-11 4
3-6 0-0 5
2-3 3-3 3
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