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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE NINE

SUNDAY, FEBRUAR 19, 197 -H MCIGN-AL

BLOW EARLY LEAD:

Cagers Fall Apart Befor

By HOWARD KOHN
Dave Strack said it simply, in a'
voice deadened by defeat: "This
game is a five-man operation.
Most of the time we're trying to
run on three cylinders."
No one in the locker room dis-
agreed.
Michigan lost again yesterday,,
97-85 to Ohio State.
In a far corner, Craig Dill sat
staring at the floor as if it were
trying to fall out from under him.
His younger brother, flashing a
copy of the stat sheet, walked
gamely up: "Great game, Craig.
You did all right."
Dill said nothing.
Plopped
Even for Dill, who plopped in a
career high of 28 points, there was
little to say.
And for Strack .
"What can I say?" asked Strack.
"Of course, I'm very disappointed.
There weren't many bright spots."
"What about Dill?" a reporter
countered.
"Im not trying to pick on any-
one. But it's hard to be jovial over
anyone's performance."
It was only the Wolverines' sec-
ond loss this season at Yost Field-
house, and only their fourth in
four years. But it plummeted them
to a 2-6 Big Ten record. Ohio
State, the only conference team
with a winning road record, is
4-5.
Dill's opening three-point play
i

shot Michigan into a quick lead
which it controlled for most of the
first half. By the time Bob Sulli-
van entered the game with eight
minutes to go in the half, the
Wolverines had upped their mar-
gin to 28-22.
Discrete FeetI
"We got off to the wrong foot
in the first half. But Michigan
didn't take full advantage of the
opportunity," spoke up Ohio State
coach Fred Taylor.
After Dennis Stewart's jumper
with 6:14 left, Michigan couldn't
hit for another field goal in the
half. At 1:10, crew-cut Bill Hos-
ket's charity toss caught the
Wolverines at 35-35. His bonus
shot put the Bucks in control.
The half ended at 36-36, and
then Hosket canned one from the
corner'to start the second 20 min-
utes. And, despite an ephemeral
45-42 Michigan lead which lasted
nearly a minute, the rest was
anti-climactic.
Errors
"We mishandled the chances
we had to stay in the game," sigh-
ed Strack.
Typically enough, m i d w a y
through the second half Dave
McClellan stepped in front of fast-
pedaling Jeff Miller and took the
ball away on the bounce. He pass-
ed downcourt to Ken Maxey who
fed the ball to Stewart at the
key.
Stewart took two steps and lost
the ball to three waiting Buck-
eyes.
Potential
MICHIGAN
G F R P T
Stewart., f 7-22 2-4 4 4 16
McClellan, f 4-8 3-5 10 4 11
Dill, c 8-17 12-12 5 1 28
Pitts, g 4-14 5-8 8 3 13
Sankey, g 4-6 2-2 4 5 10
Sullivan, g 0-1 1-1 3 2 1
Maxey, g 2-6 2-2 2 1 6
Edwards, c 0-1 0-0 1 3 0
Maundrell, g 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Delzer, f 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 29-75 27-3444 23 85
OHIO STATE
G F R P T
Sepic, f 6-14 4-4 6 3 16
Miller, f 10-19 7-7 10 3 27
Hosket, c 10-15 6-6 9 5 26
Rowley, g 0-1 0-0 2 0 0
Swain, g 3-5 3-3 6 4 9
Schnabel, g 5-10 3-4 3 3 13
McDavid, g 0-3 0-0 1 0 0
Howell, f 2-3 0-0 3 2 4'
Barnard, c 0-0 0-0 2 2 0
Bauer, c 0-1 2-2 0 1 2
Tischer, f 0-1 0-0 1 0 0
Richardson, g 0-1 0-0 0 0 0
Brautigam, c 0-1 0-1 0 1 0
Totals 36-74 25-27 49 24 97
MICHIGAN 36 49-85
OHIO STATE 36 61-97

"They shot us out of our zone
defense. It certainly didn't help us,
any. Maybe it's my fault we used'
it as long as we did," admitted
Strack.N
Popping in over the heads of the
Michigan defenders, Ohio State
rang up 11 jump shots (and three
lay-ups) in the first half.

e Bucks,
"That chubby kid got a couple
(Mr. chubby Dennis Swain clicked
for seven of his nine points
against the zone). But it didn't
hurt ae much when we were six
points ahead.
"But then in the second half, we
completely collapsed on defense,"
added Strack.

Billboard .
Tickets for the Wisconsin-Mich-

igan basketball game in Cobo Hall,
In the second half, the Bucks March 4.kare now on sale at Cobo
drove in against the man-to-man, Hall in Detroit and the University
hitting at a 58 per cent clip. ticket office at the Sports Admin.
Michigan dogged along at 39 Building.
per cent overall. Student tickets, at $1 may be
Opposing centers Dill and Hos- purchased on Monday.
ket were among the most effective Other tickets for the 2 p.m. con-
scorers. Said a musing Hosket af- test are priced at $5 for courtside,
and $4. $3, and $2 for tier seats.
terward, "I thought I'd be able toa
move on Dill because he's bigger. y
But I'm not that fast myself, so n, Buy, Sell TrAd
I don't know what kind of race Daily (;assifie(1s
it was."
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