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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, ',NI ARCH 9, 1967

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1967

Kondla
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Youth and scori:
skill mark the 1967 All-Big t
basketball team named yesterd
by The Associated Press.
Five schools shared the fi
first-team berths with Minnes

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ta's rugged Tom Kondla and his season Monday with a 14-game
Iowa's Sam Williams emerging as average of 28.3, apparently locking
unanimous choices of the 10-man up the scoring title. With one
voting board. gname left to lav Dawson is sec-

lay ; - _ .
- Also named to the first team
were Jim Burns of Northwestern,
ve Butch Joyner of Indiana and Bill
o Hosket of Ohio State.
Jim Dawson of Illinois missed
the No. 1 unit by one first-team
vote. He was joined on the second
honor team by Chuck Nagle of
Wisconsin, Craig Dill of Michigan
and two Michigan State stars, Lee
Lafayette and Matt Aitch.
This year, Northwestern's Burns
was the only senior on the all-star
squad rounded out by four juniors.
Last season's all-conference was
composed entirely of seniors, in-
cluding All-Americas Cazzie Rus-
sell of Michigan and Purdue's Dave
Schellhase.
That this was the Big Ten sea-
son of the newcomer is reflected
by the fact that only three players
on the first two teams were rated
as highly as honorable mention
last year.
These include the 6-foot-7 Hos-
ket and 6-4 Burns on the first
team and 6-0 Dawson on the sec-
ond team.
The lack of a super star also is
underscored in the wide open team
title race which goes down to Sat-
urday's closing round with Indiana
and Michigan State tied for first
and runnerup Iowa having a
chance for a championship tie.
Probably the league's most sur-
prising stet is 6-foot-7 Kondla of
lowly Minnesota. Kondla came out
of nowhere to wrest the scoring
lead from Iowa's Williams in his
11th league game.
The hot-shooting Gopher closed

ond with 25.2 and Williams third:
with 25.0.
Hosket, also finished for the sea-
son, posted 22.8.
On the second all-star team,
Nagle and Lafayette are sopho-

mores, while 6-10 Dill, Aitch and
Dawson are seniors.
Accorded honorable mention
were: Vern Payne of Indiana;
Jo Franklin of Wisconsin; Dave
Scholz of Illinois; Henry Ebers-
hoff of Purdue; Mike Weaver of
Northwestern: Jerry Jones of
Towa: Herman Gilliam of Purdue:
Ron Sepic of Ohio State and Tom
Chapman of Iowa.

REDSHIRTS INELIGIBLE:
Pro Football Draft Set
By The Associated Press The first pick will go to the
NEW YORK-The American and Baltimore Colts, who obtained the
National Football Leagues will right in the recent trade that sent
hold their first combined player their reserve quarterback Gary
draft in New York next week un-; Cuozzo to the New Orleans
der a compromise plan which pro- Saints. The second pick originally
hibits the selection of athletes has held by the New York Giants
red-shirted by colleges. but was traded to the 1Minnesota
Pete Rozelle, commissioner of Vikings Tuesday as a part of the
profootballsai mmthstntheutrepackage that brought quarterback
pro football, said that in the future iFran Tarkenton to the NFL's cel-
no player who had collegiate eli- lar club.
gibility remaining could be chosen Neither the Colts nor the Vik-
by a pro team until five seasons of ings have indicated whom they
football had elapsed since he first; might select.
entered a recognized college. Here's how the clubs will pick in
In recent years NFL teams the first round, with only minor
drafted redshirts in the regular variations in the remaining 16
dr'aft while AFL teams held a spe- rounds:
cial draft for them. A redshirt is 1, New Orleans traded to Balti-
a player who still has college eli- more. 2, New York Giants traded
gibility left after the class in to Minnesota. 3, Atlanta. 4, Miami.
which he entered college has been 5, Houston. 6, Denver. 7, Detroit.
there four years. 8, Minnesota. 9,Pittsburgh traded
Rozelle said that 17 rounds of to Green Bay. 10, Chicago. 11, San
the draft would be held here Francisco. 12, New York Jets. 13,
starting Tuesday and that the Washington.
picking might last two or three 14, San Diego. 15, Los Angeles.
days. In all he estimated thath445 16, St. Louis. 17, Otkland. 18,
players would be chosen, including Cleveland. 19, Philadelphia. 20,
20 extra picks by New Orleans, Baltimore. 21, Boston. 22, Buffalo.
newest team in the NFL. Sixteen 23, Dallas traded to Houston. 24,
NFL and nine AFL teams will Kansas City. 25, Green Bay. 26,
select. New Orleans extra .choice.
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