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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1'966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE IR V

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I" n % ra 0 V r"N.

Cagers Face Frosh in Opener

By JOEL BLOCK
The question which has bother-
ed Michigan basketball fans since
the Wolverines' defeat by Ken-
tucky in the NCAA tournament
last March has been, "What hap-
pens now that Cazzie's gone?"
The answer hopefully will be
found in tonight's freshman-var-
sity basketball game at 8:00 in
Yost Field House.
Head Coach Dave Strack is pin-
ning his hopes on a large and tal-
ented sophomore crop along with
his returning lettermen seniors
Craig Dill and Dennis Bankey, and
junior Jim Pitts. Bankey and Pitts
will start in the backcourt, Dill
will start at the center post and
the forward positions will be
taken on by sophomores Dennis
Stuart and Bob Sullivan against
the freshmen tonight.
Not a Smooth Road
But everything hasn't gone
smoothly for Strack this year.
"Yes, it's true that we've been
inconsistent in the five weeks of.
practices and scrimmages this
year. That's why this first game
with the freshmen is so important
for the coaches. We want to take,
a look at how the incoming sopho-
mores will react under game con-
ditions."
Strack plans to substitute a
great deal in order to take a good
look at most of the incoming soph-
omores. "I've planned to give a
lot of the boys equal floor time
using planned substitutions if pos-
sible."

The game constitutes a "shake-
down" game in that it will deter-
mine along with intra-squad
scrimmages who is going to play
in the season's opener at Tennes-
see Dec. 1. Strack is hoping for
a large attendance at the admis-
sion-free game so that he can see
how the players perform before a
crowd.
Honig's Debut
Tonight's game will also pre-
view new freshman coach Dick
Honig who moved into that posi-
tion when previous freshman
coach George Pomey replaced Jim
Skala as asistant varsity coach.
Honig (who is also assistant base-
ball coach) looks forward to the
game with a faint touch of op-
timism. "I think we can give them
(the varsity) a good battle,b ut
they've got experience on their
side."
The freshman offense will re-
volve around 6'?", 195-pound for-
ward Rudy Tomianovich who was
a 'high school All-American at
Hamtramck High School.
"Tomanovich, along with our
two starting guards, Mark Henry
and Rick Bloodworth, are our best
outside shooters," said Honig. "I
don't really try to moldl the of-
fense around Rudy, but with his
outside accuracy and great re-
bounding ability, he's made a lot
of shots in the scrimmages with
the varsity."
On Michigan Champ Team
Starting freshman guard Blood-
worth played last year on the

Frosh and Varsity Cage Lineups

VARSITY

FRESHMEN

*C. Dill
T. Hayes
B. Sullivan
*Dennis Bankey
M. Maundrell
*J. Pitts
D. Stewart
M. Fritz
D. McClellan
K. Maxey
M. Delzer
S. Montross
W. Edwards
C. Adams
*-Lettermen
Ferndale (Mich.)
s t a t e basketball

No.
4
15
20
32
21
24
40
41
42
44
45
51
52
54

Pos. Ht.
C 6-10
6 6-2
F 6-4
G 6-1
G 6-3
G 6-3
F 6-6
F 6-5
F 6-4
G 5-9
G 6-2
C 6-7
F 6-5
C 6-6

B.
R.
C.
G.
C.
S.
B.
E.
S.]

Audie
Bloodworth
Canady
Christman
Dobson
Fishman
Fraumann
Gilmer
Handler

No.
32
24
31
30
34
25
35
42
55
20
51

Pos. Ht.
F 6-2
G 6-3
G 6-1
G 6-3
F 6-3
G 5-10
F-C 6-5
G 6-0
C 6-5
G 6-0
C 6-10

M. Henry
M. Lawson
J. Schade
R. Tomjanovich
H. Weiland

43 F 6-4
44 F 6-7
54 G 6-1

'Bama and Nebraska
Get Sugar Bowl Bids
By The Associated Press Fla.-Tennessee, 6-3, vs. Syracuse,
The Sugar Bowl lined up Ala- 8-2.
bama and Nebraska as expected Cotton Bowl at Dallas-Georgia,
yesterday for what might be the 8-1, vs. Southwest Conference
only major postseason bowl game champion, Southern Methodist if
matching teams with perfect rec- the Mustangs beat TCU this week.
ords, but the Pacific 8 Confer- Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston -
ence sprang a small surprise by Mississippi, 7-2, vs. one of the
namingSouthern California to two Southwest runners-up, eith-
meet Purdue in the Rose Bowl. er Arkansas or Texas as it now
In all, 11 of the 16 spots in the stands.
major bowl games were filled aft- Liberty Bowl at Memphis, Tenn.
er yesterday's selections. But un- -Miami, 6-2-1, vs. opponent to
til the announcement of the Tro- be picked.
jans' selection after a poll of Pa- Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas -
cific 8 members there hadn't been No teams selected yet.s
an eyebrow raised. Liberty I3owl First
With Purdue and Syracuse al- The Liberty Bowl gets the ma-
ready in the lineup, Nebraska ac- jor post-season action underway
cepted a bid along with seven Dec. 10 with the Bluebonnet fol-
Southern teams-Alabama, Geor- lowing Dec. 17 and then the Sun
gia Tech, Georgia, Florida, Ten- taking the stage on Dec. 24.
nessee, Mississippi and Miami. The Cotton and Gator Bowls
Trojans Surprise will be played Dec. 31 with the
Then came the announcement Rose, Sugar and Orange bringing
for the Pacific 8. the curtain down on Jan. 2. The
Southern California finished the Orange Bowl is the official closer,
conference race with a 4-1 rec- with that game again being play-
ord to 3-1 for UCLA and Oregon ed at night.
State, but the Trojans were beat- The Sugar Bowl, in grabbing
en by the Bruins 14-7 last Sat- Alabama and Nebraska, lined up
urday and it had been thought a replay of last season's Orange
that would throw the vote to Bowl classic in which the Crimson
UCLA. Tide whipped the Cornhuskers 39-
UCLA represented the Pacific 28 and brought Coach Paul -(Bear)
8 last year, defeating Big Ten Bryant his second consecutive na-
champion Michigan State. The tional championship.

High School, player. Henry, the only noii-scho-{

championship

team. Another Michigan high
school product, 6'10", 200-pound
Mike Lawson,;will play the pivot.
At the other forward opposite
TamJanovich will be 6'5" Bill
Fraumann from Ann Arbor High.
Fraumann also played tackle on
Ann Arbor's football team which
placed sixth in the state last year.
At 6' and 170 pounds, guard
Henry is the smallest starting

larship starter, was elected cap-
tain by his teammates yesterday.
."We have good speed and we're
going to try to run on them if
we can," said Honig. "But it will
be hard to do with Pitts, Bankey,
or Maxie in their backcourt.
"Our offense hasn't been abe
to click in the varsity scrimmages
so far this year, but we've been
able to put together an adequate
defense."

a

Presenting The Drinking Song for Sprite:
"ROAR, SOFT-DRINK, ROAR !
(To the tune of "Barbara Fritchie")
Traditionally, a lusty, rousing fight song is
de rigeur for every worthy cause and institution.
But we wrote a song for Sprite anyway. We'd like you
to sing it while drinking Sprite, though this may
cause some choking and coughing. So what? It's all in
good, clean fun. And speaking of good, clean things,
what about the taste of Sprite? It's good. fjd
clean. However, good clean things may not exactly be
your idea of jollies. In that case, remember that
Sprite is also very refreshing. "Tart and tingling,"
in fact. And very collegiate. And maybe we'd better
quit while we're ahead. So here it is. The Drinking
Song For Sprite. And if you can get a group together
to sing it--we'd be very surprised.
Roar, soft drink, roarl
You're the loudest soft drink
we ever sawr!
So tart and tingling, they
couldn't keep you quiet: IM
The perfect drink, guy,
To sit and think by, QI
Or to bring instant refreshment
To any campus riot! Ooooooh--
Roar, soft drink, roar
Flip your cap, hiss and bubble,
fizz and gush!
Oh we can't think
Of any drink
That we would rather sit with!
Or (if we feel like loitering)
to hang out in the strit withl
Or sleep through English lit' with!
Roarl Soft drink! Roarl
Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, SPRITEI
SPRITE., S4O TART AND
TINGLING, WE JUST COULDN'T
KEEP IT QUIET
SPRITIR MA R SM 'RAEMI

ON THE SPORTS SCENE:

Warriors Beat Hawks;
Lindgren Harrier Champ

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (P) - Thef
San Fiancisco Warriors, led by
Rick Barry's 42 points, defeated
the St. Louis Hawks 134-117 last
night to retain their Western Divi-
sion lead in the National Basket-
ball Association.
Barry scored only one point in
the first quarter but came back
with 15 in each of the next two
periods and added 11 in the fourth
period.nHe had a 38.4-point aver-
age going into the game.
The Hawks fell behind early but
closed the gap to 93-92 late in the
third period with the help of fbur
steals by Lennie Wilkens, But
6-foot-11 Nate Thurmond con-
trolle dthe backboards in key sit-
uations for the Warriors and
Barry and Al Attles provided the
scoring puch to shove San Fran-
cisco far ahead in the fourth.
Thurmond got 30 rebounds, and
he and Attles scored 26 points
each for the Warriors. Player-
coach Richie Guerrin and Wilkens
led the Hawks with 21 points each.
The victory gives the Warriors
a 12-6 record and leaves the Hawks
at 9-6.

LAWRENCE, Kan. VP) - Gerry
Lindgren, Washington S t a t e 's
tireless little Olympian, won the
28th NCAA Cross Country Cham-
pionships in course record time of
29:01.4 for six miles yesterday,
while Villanova won its firs't team
crown impresively,
The 5-foot-6, 120-pound Lind-
gren won by more than 125 yards
over Tracy Smith of Oregon State,
his conquerer just a week ago in
the Pacific Eight Northern Divi-
sion meets. Smith ran 29:11.
Lindgren sprinted into the lead
at the start and led all the way
on the hilly Kansas course in
sunny, windy 65-degree weather.
His time smashed the course rec-
ord of 29:24 by John Lawson of,
Kansas last year. The first 26
meets were run at the four-mile
Michigan State course.
Jumbo Jim Elliott's Villanova
Wildcats won with only 79 points,
their first five runners finishing
5-6-19-23 and 26 in the team
standings.
SCORES
NBA
San Francisco 134, St. Louis 117

Spartans again won the Big Ten
crown this season, but are barred
from returning by conference rules
and Purdue was tapped to make
its first Rose Bowl appearance.
The new entries made the bowl
picture look like this :
Sugar Bowl at New Orleans -
Alabama, 8-0, vs. Nebraska, 9-0.
Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif.-
Purdue, 8-2, vs. Southern Califor-
nia, 7-2.
Orange Bowl at Miami-Geor-
gia Tech, 9-0, vs. Florida, 8-1.
Gator Bowl at Jacksonville,

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL LEVIS
HAPPY
THANKSGIVING
from
The Dascola Barbers
Near the Michigan Theatre

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THE MICHIGAN FRESHMEN, who will battle the varsity to-
night feature four basketball players on tender: Bill Fraumann
(35), Rudy TomJanovich (44), Mike Lawson (52) and Rick Blood-
worth (24). Also pictured are Michigan assistant coaches George
Pomey and Dick Honig.

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