SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1967
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PITTS, SULLIVAN SUSPENDED:
By HOWARD KOHN
Guy (Red) Mackey would never
cut it as president of CBS. He'd
Pu rdu e
behind. In today's Yost Fieldhouse
special, the Big Ten network casts
Michigan and Purdue in a story of
A Cup of Coffee Costs
15 cents but admission
pick a Liberace movie over Bo- Today's Michigan Purdue
nanza. basketball game will be tele-
As athletic director of Purdue, vised by WJBK, channel 2 De-
Mackey has only to worry about troit, at 4 p.m. EST.
keeping the NCAA's branch of ? :
UNCLE away from next year'stwvo fast-shooting' mobs-without
supershot Rick (Mr. Terrific) their quickest guns.
Mount. And he received instant Concensus All-Americans Cazzie
plauditsnwhen he winked the Russell and Dave Schellhase, who
NCAA into handing down a mild duelled in a record-breaking 128-
one-year suspended suspension, 94 shootout last winter, have been
despite alleged irregularities in the written out of the script.
recruiting of Mount. In addition, Michigan will play
But as a television bookie, he's without starters Jim Pitts and
strictly a lateefinisher. Purdue and Bob Sullivan. Coach Dave Strack
USC in rose-bloom color didn't suspended both along with sub-
just fade out before the MSU-ND stitute center Scott Montross, for
omandcandles.IbleachedU-. Dbreaking practice rules.
"It was a disciplinary action,
TV Comes to Michigan but none of the cases involved a
And if the Rose Bowl came to breach in training," (e.g. smoking
TV six weeks late, today's Big or drinking) stressed Strack.
Ten game of the week is a year Filling in for Pitts, third lead-
ing scorer on the team, will be
rifle-slick bullet-quick Ken Maxey.
Replacing Sullivan will be strong-
armed Dave McClellan.
"I'm sorry as hell this happened.
But, feeling as I do, there was no
choice," added Strack.
"Whether or not they'll be re-
instated depends upon their re-
actions to the suspensions and
their actions in practice next
week. They wil have a chance to
get back into the good graces of
the team and me, and I'm sure
they have every intention of doing
At any rate, all three will sit
out today's clash of rusty swords.
Purdue has been saturated with
a pair of wins over Minnesota for
a 2-2 conference record, while
Michigan (14) has been mixing it
up with Minnesota in the cellar.
there's not much of a punch-
Even discounting Nielsen ratings,
neither team will poll enough
votes to even think in champion-
Still, the Boilermakers, 9-4 over-
all are courting more wins without
maternal Schellhase (who wouldn't
think of weaning the ball) than
with him. And the Wolverines, 7-8
on the year, are giant-killers are
Yost. So ...
... there's hope of an action-
"It's going to a running game
a rat race at a rapid pace,"
is the way Strack calls it.
"Bzzzz. Blip Click. I'm sorry but
that number has been disconnect-
ed. This is a recording," is Purdue
coach George King's reply. King
really had his phone disconnected
because of a close call in the hot
water splash over Mount.
aged only 63 points, but against rebounds and second in scoring,
Rochester it netted 112. has been the most consistent of
"The Boilermakers have a very the trio.
well-balanced team this season, Michigan has lost only three
and they potentially have a very times in the last four, years at
e x p 1 o s i v e offense," explicates Yost. One of the losses, however,
Strack, was a two-point decision to Pur-
"When Schellhase was the whole due when Cazzie was a sophomore.
team, it was easier to concentrate Neither Strack nor the Wolver-
on stopping him. Now if the team ines want to tune into a re-run
catches fire, the game can turn today.
into a runaway."
Tallest man in the startingj Bi Ten Stanidings
Boilermaker lineup ish6'6" center
Hank Suerth, who is a remarkably W L Pet.
weak rebounder and an even Northwestern 4 0 1.000
weaker inside shot. Michigan State 3 1 .750
But while Suerth fades into the Indiana 2 1 .667
outer limits beyond the key, fiery Wisconsin 2 2 .500
forward Roger Blalock-a junior Illinois 2 2 .500
college transfer from the number I 2 2 .500
one junior college team in the Purdue 2 2 .500
country-has been manning the Ohio State 2 3 .400
boards. With 136 rebounds in 13 Minnesota 1 4 .200
games, he is far above the rest of MICHIGAN 1 4 .200
the team. Today's Games
Sophomores Bill Keller and Iowa at Loyola (Chicago Stad.)
Herm Gilliam rotate with junior Northwestern at Illinois
Denny Brady in the other two Indiana at Minnesota
starting slots. Gilliam, second in Purdue at MICHIGAN
'PIT T-ILESS' PANTHERS:
Grapplers Face Pitt
King, who recruited Rod Thorn
and Ron Williams while: kingpin
at West.Virginia, is madly on his
way to building a powerhouse in
Lafayette after assuming the
Boilermaker helm last year-sign-
ing highly-touted Mount and 7'
Chuch Davis. The NCAA did in-
vestiga e King's recruiting meth-
ods, did catch him cheating but
reprieved him with a meaningless
As a ,freshman, Mount is aver-
aging 30 points per game this sea-
Henry Ebershoff, 6'1" senior
guard with catlike moves and a
purring 25-foot jumper, leads the
varsity with half as many-17.6
Purdue, whose schedule is dotted
by fantasy games like next Tues-
day's encounter with Hawaii, has
also been near-illusory in its per-
formances. Against VPI it man-
Michigan Basketball Stats
Games FG FGA FT FTA RB PF Pts. Ave.
still only 50c
15 111 227 53 69 116 35
14 101 249 41 56 121 49
15 92 193 55 95 115 35
15 63 144 60 84 108 50
15 42 119 17 24 32 44
15 39 75 23 35 50 39
15 19 36 2 5 30 19
8 2 9 01 4 2
7 0'212 50
5 0 30 1 2 0
8 3 8 2 3 7 8
2 1 1 0 0 0 0
6 5 14 4 5 14 9
15 478 1080 258 380 726 290
15 506 1162 250 360 759 274
By SANDY MORTER
How can you lose a whole wres-
tling team including the coach?
The people in Pittsburgh are
perplexed as to exactly where the
Pittburgh's team has gone. "Gee,
I don't know when the wrestling
team will be back. I'm not even
sure where. they are. I think
they're still in New York," said a
publicity spokesman for Pitt.
Pittsburgh's team still in New
York? They're scheduled to meet
the Wolverines today in Pennsyl-
vania. Pittburgh had a meet with
Cornell Wednesday night. The
spokesman reasoned, "It snowed
in New York and people can get
snow-bound for days. That's where
they must be. I hope they can get
back for your meet."
Ready to Go
The Wolverines also hope they
get back. After a disappointing
postponement of their Minnesota
meet last weekend, they are look-
ing forward to their traditional
yearly encounter with the Panth-
ers. Since 1950 the two teams have
met 16 times. Michigan has an
edge on their opponents in the
overall record, having won nine,
lost six and tied one.
Although this is a non-league
game, assistant coach Rick Bay
said he thought the team's spirit
would be high "not only because
of the called-off Minnesota trip,
but because Pittsburgh is an old
rival and we want to beat them."
Last year Michigan easily de-
feated the Panthers 27-3. Pitts-
burgh's record this year is 1-3.
However, Bay warned that Pitt
could always be dangerous. "Penn-
sylvania is a real wrestling state
and Pittsburgh has always been a
wrestling power in the East. We're
looking forward to a good meet."
Pittsburgh, however, may have
a subtle disadvantage. Dave
Johnson, the Pittsburgh coach, is
not a full-timer, but doubles as a
dentist. "Mr. Johnson tries to
watch the boys every day. It's hard
sometimes, though, since he has
no assistants," the Pitt publicity
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