FRIDAY; DECEMBER 9, 1966
'T'MME MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By HOWARD KOHN
You say that you get the hee-
bie-jeebies everytime someone
mentions deadline and that you see
footnotes in your alphabet soup?
You say that you haven't seen
daylight for seven days and seven
nights and that you wouldn't leave
your typewriter unless Moses came
down and smashed the Command-
ments on top of your seven-day
You say that you haven't seen
The Daily since all the radicals
marched over and seized control
of the administration (or was it
just the building) and that you
didn't know basketball season was
You say that you have seen The
Daily and you still don't think
the season is here-at least not for
After upsetting fifth-ranked
Houston Monday night in Yost
Fieldhouse, the Wolverines trip-
ped down to Bowling Green and
fell flat 90-83 Wednesday night
for their third loss in four starts.
Dave. Strack's cagets haven't
exactly been the hottest craze
But after three years among
the .nation's leaders Strack was
ready for the splintery task of
rebuilding. It was all right with
his strategy to play high-ranked
teams in the first three games.
After the two losses in rebel
country, he said only, "It's pain-
ful but we're learning."
After the win over Houston, he
said simply, "This is really sweet;
it's great. But we still need to
After the second-half collapse
at BGU, he reiterated, "We're
back to learning the painful way.
"It's not that we're not improv-
ing. In the last two games, we've
made about the same number of
mistakes as the team we played.
But we still have our weaknesses,
still need the consistency.
"When we get behind in a game
or things start going bad, we
don't play as a team. Everyone
tries to take the burden of get-
ting us back ahead on himself.
That's an admirable attitude, but
it doesn't win ball games.
"We have to have more team-
work when the pressure is on,"
Michigan's next chance will be
against Davidson in Yost starting
1:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Da-
vidson, unbeaten in three starts,
received votes but didn't finish in
the Associated Press' Top Ten this
"All I've heard about them is
that they're a heck of a good ball
club," said Strack yesterday after-
noon. Strack gave his, cagers the
day off, after playing four games
in seven days, but will stage an
extensive practice today in prep-
aration for the Wildcats.
Davidson Coach Lefty Driesell
exchanged last year's All-Ameri-
ca Dick Synder for an $1800 video-
tape machine (made in Japan)-
which is the coaches's answer to
the instant replay camera -- plus
a junior pair, of backboard trou-
Driesell's video-tape setup, com-
plete with camera and eight-inch
TV set, "cuts out the expense of
buying a lot of movie film.
"We study the films, show them
to the boys and erase the tape,"
he explains. "We especially use
the replays at halftime during the
games, and if we ever get in a
specially tight situation we could
call time out and show the guys
So far, with 6'9" Rod Knowles
and 6'10" Tom Youngdale up front:
hounding the boards, Driesell has
little excuse to call timeouts.
Knowles, coming off a sopho-
more year in which he averaged
19 ppg, has been especially im-
pressive again this year in both
shooting and blocking shots.
Michigan, outbounded by a su-
per-unbelievable 80-49 margin
against Houston, narrowed the gap
but still trailed BGU in rebounds
With Knowles and Youngdale
on patrol ,the Wolverines may be
hardpressed to spy a stray re-
bound. "We haven't gotten into
the habit of going back to cover
the boards on a shot as much as
we should," explains Strack.
Center Craig Dill picked off a
season high of 19 against the Fal-
cons, but forwards Bob Sullivan
ever defense we do use, we're go-
ing to play it hard," emphasized
Win a Few, Lose a Few
Strack also pointed out that
Michigan's 37 per cent shooting
average from the floor in Bowling
Green was its worst in the short
steason. "Stewart, for instance, way
ta. rg those same 15-foot jump-
ers from the corner that worked
so well against Houston-and was
missin .. . and you can't afford
to miss i .ts like that." h" :,aid.
after Davdson, Mh'g aces
B'i;r r s 8 p.m. on M nidy reve-
ning, also at home. Ltist year. the
Wolverines an into Bit 'ei on t;e
n:ght after Duke had wrung nt
an Overtime victory at Cc,) Hall
a.«, t?;O.ped an upset,
Butler coach Tony Hinkle has
a senoor-studded cast, headed by
Bill Brown and Ed Schilling, com-
two former NCAA finalists of 1965 "No, I really haven't thoug
will square off in the second round. jabo t playing them yet."
"Right now, I have enough Lew Alcindor, T1" monarch
problems without worrying about college basketball scored 56 poi
Alcindor and UCLA," Jaughed in his sophomore debut last Sate
Strack. day against USC. Alcindor's coa
Johnny Wooden, revealed yest
NBA Standings day that the giant target of'
nation's cagers had been injur
NBA by "an unintentional kick in 1
Eastern Division game" but would be ready to p
W' L Pct. GB against Duke tonight.
Philadelphia 24 21 .923 -
Boston 18 5 .783 41/,Scores
New oYrk 13 15 .464 12
Cincinnati 9 13 .409 13
Baltimore 5 22 .185 19m COLLEGE BASKETBALL
x-San Francisco 17 9 .654 -
x-St. Louis 11 12 .478 41.,
Detroit 13 15 .464 5
LosAngeles 10 16 .385 7
Chicago 9 20 .310 91/2
x--Late game not included.
Chicago 132, Baltimore 120
St. Louis at San Francisco (inc)
Houston 89, Southwestern La. 81
Texas Western 67, Pan American
Creighton 91, Wichita 88
St. John's (NY) 77, Holy Cross 60
Memphis State 63, Rice 54
Temple 92, Scranton 68
Lehigh 73. Franklin & Marshall 58
Miami (Fla.) 86, Mount St. Mary's
Slippery Rock 97, Alliance 95
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9-15 3-3 2
7-18 3-6 4
4-7 3-7 10
4-17 3-4 5
4-8 1-1 0
1-2 1-1 0
1-6 0-0 2
0-3 1-2 3
0-1 0-0 1
0-0 0-1 0
0-1 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 3
30-79 15-25 30
' BOB SULLIVAN
and Dennis Stewart again finish-
ed with mediocre 10 and seven to-
"Stewart is probably more guil-
ty of not covering the boards than
Sullivan," points out Strack.
"Stewart could be and should be
the team's best rebounder."
Knowles is the leading scorer
and rebounder for Davidson
through its first three wins.
in addition, 6'3" soph guard
Dave Moser "is potentially the best
guard at Davidson," according to
Driesell; and backcoui't partner
WayneHuckel,-also 6'3" and .a On Thursday, Dec. 22, Ohio
first-year man-led the freshman University comes to Ann Arbor
team in scring. with another experienced quint in-
cluding four starting seniors.
Driesell doesn't have any sen- Michigan vs. UCLA"
iors on the team and junior Bob- After Christmas, Michigan e-
by Lane, a starter last year, quit A ro tAsinhegHoli-
to concentrate on his grade aver- grou's at Los Angeles in the Holi-
age. But Davidson was:still a co- day Clascic there. In the first
favorite with VMI for a repeat ti- round draw. Michigan plays Geor D I A M 0 N 0 R I N G S
tle in the Southern Conference. gia Tech--also with four starting
seniors. Should the Wolverines and
"We'll probably use the zone No. 1-ranked UCLA both win their
defense again Saturday; but what- opening bouts in the Classic, the
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