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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1966

THE MICHIGAN 'DAIi.V

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Clancy,

Volk Selected,

NBA ROUNDUP:

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ven 1966 Michigan football Eddy, Notre Dame: Mel Farr, ton, Georgia; and middle guard
were awarded places on the UCLA; and quarterback Steve Wayne Meylan, Nebraska.
ciated P r e s s' All-America Spurrier of Florida. Ray Perkins Clancy and Volk were furthered
announced yesterday. Jack of Alabama- joined Clancy at the honored by gaining first string
cy, Michigan's all-time lead- end position. berths in Time Magazine's All-
ass receiver, gained first team Tackles Cecil Dowdy, Alabama; America, Clancy at offensive end
rs, while honorable mention G a r y Bugenhagen, Syracuse; and Volk at safety. The team was
were defensive back Rick guards Tom Regner, Notre Dame; selected by a panel of professional
, linebacker Frank Nunley, LaVerne Allers, Nebraska; and scouts. Notre Dame and Michigan
d Henry Hanna, and offensive center Jim Breland, Georgia Tech, State both placed four men on the
s Jim Detwiler, Dave Fisher, round out the offensive squad. first team.
Carl Ward. The first team defensive squad Making Time's offensive first
tre Dame, the national cham- is spearheaded by backs George team were Spurrier, Jones, Farr,
and Michigan State, the Webster, Michigan State, Tom Regner, fullback Ray McDonald,
er-up, placed three men each Beier, Miami (Fla.), and Frank Idaho, end Gene Washington,
he first team. Loria, Virginia Tech; linebackers Michigan State, tackles Mo Moor-
ie team was based on recom- 'Paul Namoff, Tennessee, Jim man, Texas A&M, and Ron Yary;
dations of the AP football Lynch, Notre Dame, and Bob Southern California, guard Bob
d of sportswriters and sports- Matheson, Duke; and ends Bubba Hyland, Boston College, and cen-
ers, who also voted weekly on Smith. Michigan State and Tom ter Bill Carr, Florida.

Technic1u Beat Pi
By The Associated Press league leaders who have lost only
A short jump shot by Willis two games in 26 starts. The Bulls
Reed with 34 seconds to play, fol- dropped their fifth in a row and
lowed by Walt Bellamy's two free their 15th in the last 16 games.
throws, enabled the New York * *
Knickerbockers to edge the De- The Baltimore Bullets outscored
troit Pistons 118-116 last night and San Francisco 12-2 early in the
snap a three-game National fourth quarter and went on to a
Basketball Association 1o si n g 116-106 victory over the War-
streak. riors in a National Basketball As-
The dramatic finish capped a sociation game last night.
wild contest which produced near
fisticuffs between Detroit's Ray The victory ended the coaching
Scott and New York's Dave Stall- debut of Gene Shue for the East-
worth. Scott was ejected from the ern Division cellar-dwellers.
game for charging at referee Earl * * *
Strom. The Boston Celtics, led by re-
The Knicks were awarded two serve ace John Havlicek's 32
free throws on the technical foul. points, took advantage of the ab-
Howard Komives converted both sence of Cincinnati's ailing Oscar
to provide the ultimate margin of Robertson and handed the Royals
victory. a 119-91 National Basketball As-
* * * sociation trouncing last night.
Hal Greer scored 15 points in -
an explosive third quarter last:
night to carry the Philadelphia Griese Top Player
76ers to an easy 117-103 National
Basketball Association victory over The Cleveland Touchdown Club
the Chicago Bulls. has picked Purdue's Bob Griese as
The victory was the ninth the Collegiate Football Player of
strairht fn the Eastern nivisin-n'e the Year.

the'Top Ten teams.
First team offensive backs were
Clint Jones, Michigan State; Nick

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Greenlee, Washington. Also on the
first team are tackles Lloyd Phil-
lips, Arkansas, and George Pat-

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
CLARK NORTON

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The upbeat buttondown.
Everything about this Arrow
Decton Perma-Iron shirt
is traditional - except the
fact that it refuses to
wrinkle. And that may
start a whole new tradition.
Note the wide stripes, the
just-so roll of the collar.
It's in a blend of Dacron
polyester and cotton that's
"Sanforized-Plus". In
other stripes, solids and
whites, too. A winner
at $7.00.
Aw RROW

This Vacation In Sports
BASKETBALL

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

10-Davidson (here)
12--Butler (here)
22-Ohio University (here)
27-30--Los Angeles Classic

HOCKEY
Dec. S-Michigan State (there)
Dec. 10-Michigan state (here)
Dec. 22-23--Great Lakes Tournament (Detroit)
Dec. 28-30--R.P.. Tournament (Troy)
WRESTLING
Dec. 29-30-Midlands Open Tournament (La Grange, L.)

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Friday, December 9

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