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SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 2966

THF: 31ICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, JANUARY 9,1966 THE MiChIGAN hiAII~ PAGE SEVEN

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(Continued from Page 1)
points-Michigan's last two with
just 12 seconds left.
But, though Clawson and Brown
scored five of Michigan's last
seven points, it was Darden and
Cazzie Russell who combined fo
55 of the first 75. Russell was at
his effortless best in the first half.
hitting seven field goals and si
of six free throws for 20 points.
His first basket of the second
half, a lay-ukp, could have beer
disastrous as he suffered an ankle
injury which forced him to the
bench. "I got a little shove as
put the ball up and I fell," said
Russell later. "Something poppe
in my ankle but it popped back it
right away. It stung for awhile.'
But not enough to keep Caz or
the bench. Ninety seconds late
he was back in and added fiv
more field goals including
"stuff." His overall shooting per
centage was 83, including 13 o
17 from the field. In the words o
OSU coach Fred Taylor, "Russel
makes baskets you just don't se
made."
Back to Form
No less to be emphasized wa
the performance of 6'7" team cap
tain Darden. who finally looker
like the Darden of last year. 'O
hit on 10 of 15 field goal attempt
and five of seven foul shots for
total of 25 points. He also snare
seven rebounds and a number o
errant Buckeye passes. "Mayb
Oliver just has bad Decembers,
was Strack's way of explainin
Darden's spectacular return t
form.
The exhilerated Strack spent
good deal of his post game inter
view session heaping praise o
Brown. "Oh, did he hit one! Da
came through today better tha
I've ever seen him play. He wa
unbelievable. And he doesn't eve
qualify as an unsung hero."
Joyful Victory
Strack did not attempt to re
4 strain his joy at finally beatini
Ohio State on their home cour
after five successive failures.
guess good things come to thos
who wait," he commented. A
eight year. old appeared from be
hind a bevy of chattering report
era and questioned Strack bold]
* but incredulously, "Ain't Michiga
ever won down here before?" Re
plied Strack, "We've won dow
here before but not since you wer
about minus 12," alluding to th
well known 19 year jinx.
Russell added to the consensus
"It was, a must game.. That 'w
hadn't won down here made1
even more so, not to mention th
fact that it w+ $ our first Big Te
game. Most of us are seniors an
it was our last time to play Ohi
here. We wanted to make sur
that they could be beaten and w
did. We had the incentive."
Buckeye, mentor Taylor blame
his squad's defeat on sporadi
offense. "We just broke down. W
were up by four late in the gam
but we couldn't add to it.'
When questioned about his im
pression of Brown, Taylor appear
ed more colloquial than enthuse
"Shoot. If he's so good how con
he isn't playing more," was h
somewhat irate comment.
Michigan led briefly in th
early moments of the contest, 1(

Rally
6 being their largest margin. OSU,l
led by the shooting and rebound-l
ing of sophomore Bill Hosket, be-7
gan to pour it on for the home
crowd of 12,538 and with 2:30 leftl
in the half, held a 38-28 edge.
Three point plays by Russell
and Darden came within 40 sec-
onds of each other, to leave the1
' Wolverines down 40-34 with a.
minute left. The teams traded
baskets and then Clawson sunk
d the longest shot of the season, a
a 35-footer at the buzzer to leave
e Michigan down 42-38 at the mid-
e point.
dI -Nine Down, Cazzie Hurt
The arm chair skeptics in Ann
d Arbor must have been nodding
their heads when the early
moments of the second half saw
n Ohio State build the lead back to
r nine, first 52-43 then 54-45. Mich-
e igan's 44th and 45th points were
a the ones on which Russell injured
- his ankle, and at the moment,
f things looked bleaker than ever.
But ironically, it was with Rus-
Li sell on the bench that Michigan
e made its most important come-
back effort of ,the day. Within a
30 second time span Bankey,
s Clawson, and Darden all hit, whit-
- tling the lead to three. Joked
d Cazzie later "I kept telling myself
' 'it can't be me . . . it can't be me.'
s I was about ready to tell the coach
a to keep me on the bench."
d At 9:48 Craig Dill fouled OSU
f center Bob Dove and when the
e jolly faced official scurried over
to Dill and asked him to raise his
g

l
l
i

Sn aps
hand he failed to comply. This jury and
led to a technical foul which flu, this
rather upset Cazzie and companyIStrack's
and left Mr. Strack erasonably strength.
preplexed. "I've never seen that Fortun
called in the Big Ten," said Strack relatively
after the game. Clawson
Two tip ins and two free throws and the
by Hosket gave OSU their last lead at 76
four point lead. This was another The ne
moment favorable to Strack's ers who f
mythical ulcer as Bankey fell ing on th
hard to the floor and suffered a without a
shoulder injury. W i t h John over the
Thompson out with an ankle in- went to

Old
Jim Pitts sidelined by n
meant that none of
guards were at full'3
v

OSU
moved to the guard spot.
Russell threw the ball away with1
:20 showing and Sepic took ad-
vantage to tie it at 76 on a jump

Jinx
whatever I thought I was supposed
to do. I wasn't really aware of the
situation."
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JANUARY 10, 1966
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FRATERNITY

ately, during Bankey's shot. This, o01cc
brief period of absence for Brown.
filled in well at guard, Notl
Wolverines grabbed the On the plane 1
6-74. Brown looked u
xt disaster was Jim My- cula" long enou
ouled out with 4:09 show- haps not too 1
e clock, leaving Michigan first time I've d
center. But Russell took high school."
post as the Wolverines feelings while h
a stall. Clawson again said, "I wasn'tj

urse set the stage
Nervous
back to Ann Arbor,
p fro mhis "Dra-
gh to report, per-
literally, "It's the
one anything since
Asked about his
.e was playing, he
nervous. I just did

e- DAN BROWN
n
re SCORES
he
BOWL GAMES
lS: ;Senior oowi:
South 27, North 18
Je Hula Bowl
it North 27, South,.26
he COLLEGE BASKETBALL
n North Western1,1, Purdue 97
.d Tulsa.73, Cincinnati 71
o Wisconsin 69, Iowa 68
St. John's 68,: Villanova, 63 (ovt)
re Duke 88, North Carolina,77
we Kentucky 78, Florida 64 .
Miami (0) 94, Toledo 69
d California 71, Washington 70
Illinois 98, Indiana 84
ic St. Bonaventure 96, Duquesne .73
Ve Michigan State 85, Minnesota 65
e No. Carolina State 96, Virginia 69
Detroit 98, Hillsdale 75
Vanderbilt 77, Georgia 63
n- Tennessee 102, Mississippi 55
x- Princeton 60, Brown 46
,d Columbia 75, Harvard 73
Wichita 79, St. Louis74
ne St. Joseph's 92, LaSalle 69
is Nebraska 82, Missouri 60
Bradley 64, Duke 52
rKansas State 67, Oklahoma State 47
O- NHL
Montreal 6, Boston 0
Detroit 3, Toronto 1
.New York 6, Chicago 4
NBA
Cincinnati 126, Baltimore 115
New York 133, Los Angeles 127
St. Louis 115, Philadelphia 105
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Darden
Clawson.
Myers
Bankey
Russell
Dill
Brown
Totals
swain
Bosket ;~
Dove "
Gregory ,
sepic
Rowley
Ahijevych
Peters
Totals

MICHIGAN
G F R
10-16 5-7 7
5-14 2-5 7
1-6 0-0 4
2-5 1-4 3
13-17 6-6 8-
2-10 0-0 5
1-2 1-3 0"
34-70 15-25 431
OHIO STATE
G F R
5-11 2-2 8
t 8-19 8-9 13
7-15 4-6 9
.1-4 1-2 2
5-12 2-2 5-
2-9 1-1 3
1-1-0-0 1
1-1 0-1 1
30-72 18-23 512

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2 25
4 12
5 "2
2 5
1 32
5 4
3 3
19 83
PT
3 12
4 24
4'18
2 3
5 12
2 5
12
22
22 78

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