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December 07, 1966 - Image 7

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To a sonambulent spectator
wedged in a segment of resilient
gray board atathe Bowling Green
game last year, it was intensely
unpatriotic to echo the lustiest
croakers. Because Falcon support-
ers descended in clumps on Yost
Field, House, their din amassed in
a cheering section that could have
been mistaken for half the enroll-
Game on Radio
Tonight's Michigan-Bowling
Green basketball game will be
broadcast over radio stations
'1 WAAM (1600 AM) and WUOM
(91.7 FM). The game will start
at 8:00.
ment at the Ohio state-supported
Traditionally, they're even loud-
er in the diminuitive Falcon field
# house, the Bowling Greeners
having a fanatical exuberance for
But the game which will begin
tonight at 8:00, though it will not
duplicate the Russell-Clawson 108-
70 dessication of last year, should
fortify Michigan's claim for con-
tention in the Big Ten race..
Michigan's amazing rout of
Houston Monday night trans-
formed most any Falcon specula-
tion of victory to pure bluff, for
the Wolverines will have advant-
ages unbequeathed by the Cagey
The Falcons rely on a fast-break
team that. head coach Dave Strack
tags "a tight man-to-man and
running team. Whether they'll use
the one-to-one defense on us,
though," he added, "I don't know."
This Will be countered with
Michigan's increased momentum,
provided by Dennis Bankey, Den-
nis Stewart and, of course, Ken
Maxey. Maxey, still slated sixth
on Strack's pyramid, prompts the
coach's evaluation; "We can play'
him whenever we need him. And
you know we have to be fast be-
cause when both he and Dennis
Bankey are in it's a pretty shrimpy
looking team."
No one turns their nose up at
the Mid-American Conference
favorites, however. A strengthened
starting five comes from three re-
turning starters-Walt Piatkowski,
Al Dixon, Rich Hendrix (all soph-

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forced to take allI

Cougars were
the time."

Bruins Run Away
In Basketball Poll
By The Associated Press ber two spot after winning its first
UCLA, the preseason leader in two games.
the Associated Press' weekly major Louisville beat Georgetown in
college basketball poll, collected 32 its opener and advanced one place
of 34 first-place votes from among to fourth, while New Mexico, 2-0,
the selectors comprising the na- held sixth place.

The fifth starting junior, Joe
Henderson, was recruited from Al-
lan Hancock Junior College in
Santa Maria, California. The most
promising sub, sophomore Dick
Tickets for Saturday after-
noon's basketball game against
Davidson will go on sale today'
at the athletic building. Student
tickets are $1.00 apiece. An. ID
must be presented for each
ticket, with a limit of two pur-
chases per person.
Rudgers, scored eight points
against Wittenberg.
Michigan's zone defense put the
whammy on Bowling Green last
year, and the Wolverines are
hoping that it works again. If not,
they'll have to find another potion
to bewitch their opponents.
Strack cautioned that in spite
of Maize and Blue magic, Bowling
Green could give the squad alot of
trouble, although it was apparent
that the aura of Monday's rain-
bow pervaded his office. Even the
walls seemed to be smiling.
Boston 130, Detroit 111
Philadelphia 129, Chicago 119
San Francisco 126, New York 116
No games scheduled
Davidson 84, Furman 71
Princeton 48, Villanova
Dayton 80, Miami (O) 71
Wake Forest 78, Virginia Tech
75 (ovt)
Xavier 78, Union (Ky) 70
Louisville 107, Southwest La. 68
Minnesota 71, Drake 68 (ovt)
Texas Western 61, East Texas
State 30
There will be an 'M' club
meeting tonight in the Michigan
Union at 8:30. Movies will be

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Put your cycle bock into
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Corner of Ashley & Liberty

tional panel of sports writers and
broadcasters. In points, the Bruins
accumulated 337 on a basis of 10
for a first-place vote, nine for sec-
ond, eight for third, etc.
UCLA, led by Lew Alcindor's 56#
points, defeated Southern Califor-
nia 105-90 in its opening game.
Houston, which was upset Mon-
day night by the Wolverines, 86-
75, advanced two places to fifth
after opening with two victories.
However, the voting in the latest
poll' was based only on games
through Saturday, and the Cou-
gars are likely to drop several
places in the ratings next week.
Kentucky, last year's leader in
the final Associated Press poll,
and number three in the pre-sea-
son balloting this year, is not like-
ly to hold a lofty position next
week. The Wildcats, 104-84 win-
ners over Virginia in their season
opener last week, were upset by
Illinois 98-97 in overtime.
Texas Western, last season's
NCAA titleholder, held the num-

The Top Ten with first place
votes in parentheses, season
records and total points:
1. UCLA (32) 1-0 337
2. Texas Western (1) 2-0 288
3. Kentucky 1-0 250
4. Louisville (1) 1-0 170
5. Houston 2-0 135
6. New Mexico 2-0 108
7. Duke 1-1 72
8. North Carolina 2-0 71
9. Brigham Young 1-0 65
10. Cincinnati 2-0 63
Others receiving votes, listed
alphabetically: Boston College,
Bradley, Chicago Loyola, Colo-
rado State Univ., Creighton,
Davidson, Dayton, Drake, Illi-
nois, Kansas, LaSalle, Mar-
quette, M a r s h a 11, Michigan
State, Mississippi State, Nebras-
ka, Princeton, Providence, Pur-
due, St. oJhn's, N.Y., Seattle,
South Carolina, Syracuse, Utah,
Utah State, Vanderbilt, Virginia
Tech, West Virginia, Western
Kentucky, Wichita State, Yale.


Daily Classifieds Get Results

Leslie A. Fiedler is

-Daily-Thomas R.Copi
ELVIN HAYES (45) is doing what comes naturally. The 6'8"
Houston star blocks one of Craig Dill's shots in Monday night's
game. Unfortunately for Elvin, the referee termed the block goal-
tending-one of six on the giant during the contest. The Wolver-
ines take on slightly smaller Bowling Green tonight.



omores last year)-and two junior
college imports.
*Pitatkowski, enthusiastically de-
scribed by freshman basketball
coach Dick Honig as "their best
player and an all-around shooter,
good at all shots," was also suffi-
ciently adulated by both Strack
and Sports Illustrated. Last year
the clean-cut Mid-American scor-
ing champ (with a 19 point aver-
age) squeezed 24 out of the Michi-
gan defense. Honig, while praising
him, pointed out that his Michigan
mirror image, Stewart, might not
score as many points but is a bet-
ter all-around player.
His feeder, center Al Dixon, re-
portedly appears as though he
can't see the ball, even with horn
rims. Strack remembers him as a
"great rebounder," probably for

the 11 he snatched from Michigan.
Honig got the impression that even
thick lenses couldn't help him in
his miserable performance in the
Falcon's last game with Witten-
berg, where he was extremely cold.
Piatkowski, along with Hendrix
and Al Hairton, a transfer from
Port Huron Junior College, covet
95 per cent of the shooting and
95 per cent of the scoring. All
three are good ball handlers and
fairiy speedy.
Scoring at Bowling Green is uni-
fied only in its disorganization.
Their "technique" is approaching
the basket and shooting, with no
formal inspiration. "It's different
from Houston," mused Strack.
"There we just kept them outside
where they couldn't hit. Bowling
Green attempts the shots the

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pleasure possible only to one
recognizing a truth which involves
a personal humiliation or the
surrender of values long held."


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