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TUESDAY. JANUARY 24, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY JANUARY 24, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Iowa 4
By BILL LEVIS
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY - It's exam weeK
here and Hawkeye guards Tom
Chapman and Chris Philips passed
them with flying colors, scoring 40
points to spark Iowa past Mich-
igan 91-81 last night.
The Wolverines worried so much
about junior college transfer Sam
Williams and his conference-lead-
ing 30 ppg average that the two
.Hawkeye guards penetrated Mich-
igan's zone defense in the first
half for 32 points.
Williams was held to seven
points in the first half but still
wound up as Iowa's second leading
scorer with 20 points and account-
ed for 12 big rebounds.
Iowa's surprising fullcourt press,
putting on the pressure from the
start, was extremely bothersome to
Michigan in the first half when
the Wolverines committed numer-
ous errors.
All the World Is a Stage
"Both teams seemed to be play-
ing a comedy of errors," lamented
Wolverine coach Dave Strack,
"and we were the biggest come-
dians "
It was the Hawkeyes 19th
straight victory at home and even-
ed their Big Ten record at 2-2.
Michigan dropped into sole pos-
session of the cellar with a 1-4
mark. Iowa's last loss at Iowa
Fieldhouse was to Minnesota, 78-
70. on Feb.' 28, 1965.
After the game, Iowa coach
Ralph Miller explained that he in-
stalled the press because "we lack-
ed hustle in the first half of our
last few games and I thought this
might solve the problem."
Right from the opening tip, the
press hurt Michigan. Miller's
Hawks Jumped into a 4-0 lead and
maintained an edge until Mich-
igan crept ahead 18-14 with 11:40
gone.
No Stopping
Chapman and Philips then be-
gan plopping in two-pointers and
the Hawkeyes regained and bal-
. looned their lead to 27-18. Within
an eight minute stretch, Iowa add-
ed two more skeins of eight con-
secuitive points for a 47-29 margin.

Dutlasts
Too Little, Too Lat

Second Half 'M' Surge

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MICHIGAN

Sullivan
Stewart
Dill
,Pitts
Bankey
McClellan
Maxey
Maundrell
Team Totals
MICHIGAN

G F R P T
2-4 1-5 2 5 5
11-26 2-2 13 4 24
4-13 2-2 5 5 10
8-16 2-3 8 3 18
3-6 6-6 1 3 12
0-0 0-1 3 3 0
4-13 4-4 1 3 12
0-0 0-0 0 0 0
32-78 17-23 33 26 81
43 38--81

The Wolverines, slowly fighting
back, ended the half on the short
end of a 55-43 scorel
Iowa dumped in 37 points in
the second ten minutes of the
first half.
Strack explained that Mich-
igan's 2-3 zone was geared to
stop the inside shots of Williams
and Jerry Jones. However, Chap-
man and Philips - a sophomore
starting his first game-nullified

IOWA
G F R P T
Chapman 8-19 8-9 5 2 24
Williams 6-17 8-11 12 4 20
Phillips 6-12 4-5 5 1 16
Norman 4-7 6-6 3 4 14
Jones 7-17 1-1 12 3 15
Breedlove 0-3 2-4 4 4 2
Perkins 0-0 0-0 0 2 0
Team Totals 31-75 29-36 51 20 91
IOWA 55 36-91
the strategy by hitting with jump
shots from the outside.
Strack also admitted that the
fullcourt press "hurt us more than
it should have. We were stepping
out of bounds and giving them the
ball." Michigan, finishing with 32
turnovers, had 20 in the first half.
Combined Forces
Michigan ran afoul of the press
again in the fading minutes of the
second half. With 4:20 to go in the
game, Iowa moved into an offen-

sive stall, to go along with an ac-
celerated pressing defense, and
limited Michigan to just one field
goal.
Midway through the second half,
Ken Maxey and junior Jim Pitts
sophomores Dennis Stewart and
fired a rally to pull the Wolverines
from a 70-57 deficit to 79-75
count. With five minutes left, how-
ever, five of Michigan's players
were already burdened with three
fouls apice. Both Craig Dill and
Bob Sullivan eventually fouled
out.
Pitts layup lifted the Wolverines
to within five at 84-79 in a closing
gasp, but the junior guard-forward
became over-anxious and bumped
into Chapman for his third foul
of the game. Chapman dropped in
two points on a one-and-one si-
tuation and Ron Norman pro-
ceeded to steal the ball for a lay-
up to put Iowa out of reach.
Foul is Fair for Iowa
Although Michigan shot a dis-
appointing 41 per cent from the
floor, they actually slapped in one
more field goal than the Hawks.
Millers sharpshooters, though,
methodically slithered through 29
out of 36 tries from the free throw
line, compared to 17 out of 23
for the Wolverines.
Stewart led Michigan in both
categories with 24 points and 13
rebounds. Pitts was second with
18 points, and Dennis Bankey fol-
lowed with 13.
Iowa's Coach Miller was espe-
cially impressed by Stewart, "He
is definitely a strong man on the
boards and turned out to be a
better outside shooter than we'd
figured on."
Miller, like Strack, was critical
of the slappy play by both teams
--which resulted in a total of 60
turnovers. "I thought that we
shouldrhave beaten Michigan by
15 more points,"
Miller, called for a technical
foul during the game, also crit-
icized the officiating. "I think
that this game again shows the
need for a third official. Two men
simply cannot see all that is going
on."

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SENIOR CO-CAPTAIN CRAIG DILL pops one of his turnaround
jump shots into MSU's basket in last Saturday's action, but was
unable to find his mark last night against Iowa, hitting on only
4 of 13 from the floor. Dill's ineffectiveness was a complete turn-
about from his Saturday performance, when he scored 18.
GRADUATING SENIORS

Chapman and Williams: Too Much

IN SATURDAY'S MEET:
Swimmers Sputter in Wake
Of Surprise Spartan Display

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By FRED LABOUR;
Yes, Ralph Waldo, there is in-
deed a balance between good and
evil in the universe. Or, as the
Pepto-Bismol people are fond of
saying, "One good upset deserves
another."
A case in point: As the Michi-
gan basketball team was systema-
tically destroying Michigan State,
the Wolverine swimmers were
being beaten in East Lansing by
a mere three points 63-60.
Swimming coach Gus Stager
said yesterday that although
Michigan had planned on winning,
"we knew it would be a very close
meet." There were no glaring
blunders on Michigan's part;
"State simply did not make any
mistakes," Stager asserted.
Prognostication
The Wolverines correctly pre-
dicted the outcome of nearly every
event except for the surprise losses
in the diving competition and the
100-yard freestyle. Greg Brown

and Don Rauch turned in much
better times than expected for
the Spartans in the 200-yard
breaststroke and 100-yard free-
style respectively. After the sec-
ond diving event, MSU had built
up too much momentum for Mich-
igan to overcome in the few re-
maining races.
Stager seemed pleased with the
performance of the team as a
whole. Mike O'Connor, John Sa-
lassa, and Tom Williams were
singled out by their coach for
having turned in exceptional
times. Williams displayed a
sparkling spirit of competition
when he volunteered for the 200-
yard backstroke, having never
raced in that event before. He
wound up with the excellent time
of 2:08 and was nosed out of a
third place in the event by half
a foot.
Dick Kimball, coach of the
diving squad, had little to say
about his divers except that they
performed "fairly well, but just
not good enough to win." He pre-
dicted that the results of the next

encounter between Michigan and
Michigan State (at the Big Ten
championships in March) would
tell a different story.
Open Minds
Neither coach has any specific
plans for practice changes in
preparation for the Wisconsin
meet to be held in Ann Arbor on
Feb. 4. This contest opens a
month-long homestand for the
Michigan tankers.
Coach Stager feels that he has
swimmers with enough ability to
win the rest of the meets, it is
just a question of getting each
man to "assume responsibility"
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