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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sophomore Petroff To Start
As Wolverines Open Season
By JOHN SCOCHIN ld k,.... 1 a ...t.. e

OSU Upends Scrappy Ohio, 85-64;
Bradley Edges Underdog Minnesota

With a new coach, a new lineup
and a new offense, the Michigan
basketball quintet, far from the
snowy confines of Ann Arbor,
opens the 1960-61 basketball sea-
son against Vanderbilt in Nash-
ville tonight.4
According to Coach Dave Strack,
the team is physically ready to go,
but only competition can tell how
it. will perform during the season.
Tidwell Leads Squads
Headlining the Wolverine squad,
at guard, will be 6'3" senior John
Tidwell, who scored 540 points
last season for a 21.6 game aver-
age to set a Michigan scoring
record. At the other guard slot
will be veteran John Hall, a 6-foot
junior. Either 6'6" Rich Donley or
6'5" Bob Brown, a senior football
lineman, will be at center.
In the forecourt, 6'3" junior
Scott Maentz, also a football end,
along with newcomer Don Petroff,
a 6'4" sophomore who starred at
East Detroit High School, will
handle the starting chores.
Picked by "Dell Magazine" as
one of the top contenders for the
Southeastern Conference title,
Vanderbilt has three of its starters
returning, plus a tall talented crop
of sophomores to aid them.
The club's leading scorer, 6'1",
Bill Johnson, a junior averaging
15.5 -points per game last year,
forms a capable trio with 67" cen-
ter Bill Johnson and 5'10' Bobby
Bland, who average 12.5 and 10.1
points respectively. Veterans Larry
Blank, 6'6", and Ray Clark, 6'3",
round out the starting five.
Commodore Coach Bob Polk will
also rely on 6'7" Ron Griffiths and
6'6" Bob Scott for reserve strength.
Speedy sophomores John Russell
and Lou Klein are also slated to
help Vanderbilt, which seeks to
improve on last season's 14 win
S loss record.
Face Tennessee Tomorrow
Tomorrow night the Wolverines
will take on tough Tennessee,
which lost only one letterman
from last season and hopes to be
strengthened considerably by this
year's sophomores, which are its
best in many years,
The Volunteers are not short of
height, with 6'9" Orb Bowling,
6'9" Bobby Frank, 6'7" Fred Col-
lins and 6'6" Roy Wright available
for duty. Seniors Glen Campbell
and Bobby Carter, both six footers,
provide shooting and speed, along
with 6-foot Tom Wilson and 6'2"
Steve Van Antwerp. The "Vols"
tied for sixth in the SFC last year.
'M' Has Good Depth
Michigan's Coach Dave Strack,
former Idaho U. basketball men-
tor who succeeded Bill Perigo,
stated "we have good reserve
strength, but our defense could be
improved. Our starting five has
plenty of "beef" under the back-

ooaras, which couia ma e us a
strong rebounding team,. even
though we lack a "big" man. The
players have worked very hard
and the future is up to them. If
our new controlled offense works
effectively we should enjoy some
happy Saturday afternoons."
The graduation of "Most Valu-
able Player" Lovell Farris, a 6'3"
center who was the team's leading
rebounder last year despite his
size and who averaged 13.3 points
per game together with the de-
parture of captain Jerry Miller,
who scored 15 a game, hurt the
Wolverines. Despite this the 1960
team should improve on last year's
four win-20 loss record.
All in all, both hope and ap-
prehension share the spotlight as
Michigan opens the basketball sea-
son.

By The Associated Press
ATHENS-Ohio State, defend-
ing national basketball champions,
took up last night where they left
off last March as they swept past
the scrappy Ohio University Bob-
cats 85-64 in the opener for both
teams.
mLed by All-America Jerry Lu-
cas, the Buckeyes scored the first
three baskets in the game and
were never behind.
Lucas, 6'8" junior, scored 29
points and set up countless other
baskets. He scored 16 points in
the first half, added 13 in the
second and sat out the last 2%
minutes.
Ohio State hit on 47.2 per cent
of its shots from the field and the
Bobcats 32.9 per cent.
Lucas made 11 of 19 from the
field and picked off 20 rebounds.
The Buckeyes cleared the boards
52 times while Ohio grabbed the
ball only 38.
Bradley 62, Minnesota 58
MINNEAPOLIS-Heavily favor-
ed Bradley squandered an 18-point
lead but rallied grimly in the fin-
al minutes behind 6'6" Chuck
Walker to beat Minnesota 62-58
in the teams' basketball opener.
With 65 seconds left, Mack
Herndon fired a 20-foot jump shot
to send Bradley into a 60-58 lead
and Herndon adn- Walker f in-
ished off with two free throws.
But while Herndon got the cru-
cial basket for Bradley, it was'
Walker, an All-America candi-

date, who held Bradley together
in the face of a supercharged
Gopher comeback.
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Butler 73, Wisconsin 58
INDIANAPOLIS --- The Butler
Bulldogs gave away some height
but outran, outshot and outre-
Lead Cheers
Tom Osterland was elected
captain of the cheerleaders.
bounded Wisconsin for a 73-58
victory in the basketball opener
for both teams last night.
Don Wilson topped the scoring
with 17 points, and Tom Gwin led'
Wisconsin with 13. Butler hit 28
of 66 shots. Wisconsin, shooting
long against the tight Bulldog de-
fense, dropped 23 of 70 shots.
Northwestern Triumphs, 73-72
EVANSTON - Northwestern
went ahead to stay with 61/ min-
utes to play on sophomore John
Miller's free throw and edged
Western Michigan 73-72 in a sea-
son-opening basketball game.
Ror Robinson took scoring hon-
ors with 29 points, 20 in the first
half. Brad Snyder topped North-
western with 17.
Illinois 99, Creighton 74
CHAMPAIGN-Illinois, using 13
players in a double-unit substitu-
tion system, scored 53 points in

the last half and trimmed Creigh-
ton 99-74 in a basketball season
opener.
Tom Dowling of Creighton took
scoring honors with 21 points, 13
in the last half and 8 in the final
10 minutes.
Four Illini scored in double fig-
ures, topped by sophomore Bob
Starnes' 18 points. Dave Downey
had 15, and Jerry Colangelo and
Bill Burwell each hit 13 in the
Illini's barrage.
Iowa Wins, 77-75
IOWA CITY - Iowa squeezed
out a 77-75 victory over South
Dakota State in their non-con-
ference basketball opener but
needed a second half surge to do
it.
Don Nelson, the Hawkeyes' top
scorer last year, led the Iowa
scoring with 21 points. He had
help from Mike Zagar with 19 and
Dave Maher who pumped in all
but 4 of his 17 points after the
half.

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ENTERTAINMENT

By The Associated Pres
DETROIT-Gordie Howe set{
hockey's all-time scoring record
last night, but the Boston Bruins
ended a disastrous string of road
miseries by beating the Detroit
Red Wings 3-1.
Howe assisted on both Detroit
goals. He set up Detroit's first
goal that tied the game in the
third period, but the Bruins bolt-
ed back on goals by Don McKen-
ney and Charlie Burns to wrapup
the decision.
Howe, playing his 15th season
'in the National Hockey League,
now has scored 1,093 points in
regular season and playoff games.
The defeat coupled with Mon-
treal's victory jumped the Cana-
diens past the Wings and Into
first place.
* * *
Montreal 6, Toronto 3
MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens overpowered the Tor-
onto Maple Leags 6-3 in a game
that blew up into a general melee
in the final period.
Seventeen penalties came in the
final period, an assortment of sev-
en at one swoop when fighting,
wrestling, shoving and pushing
broke out.
Henri Richard of Canadlens,
who already had a misconduct
penalty earlier in the third per-
iod, drew a minor, a major and
another misconduct when the
scrapping broke out.

The Little Rocket counted two
of his teams goals, Marcel Bonin
added another pair and therrest
his 22nd of the season-and Guy
Gendron, Just acquired by Cana-
diens from the Boston Bruins.
Warriors 111, Lakers 114
PHILADELPHIA-The Philadel-
phia Warriors last night blew a
32-point lead but rallied to de-
feat the Los Angeles Lakers 117-
114 in the second game of a Na-
tional Basketball Association dou-
bleheader.
Wilt Chamberlain led the War-
riors with 41 points while Arizin
had 26 and Guy Rodgers chipped
in with 20 assists.
Elgin Baylor was high for the
Lakers with 28 points followed by
Jerry West with 23.
* * *
Knicks 116, Celtics 111
PHILADELPHIA - The New
York Knicks staved off a second
half rally attempt by Boston to
break the Celtics' nine-game win
streak with a 116-111 victory.
* * .
Nats 137, Royals 126
CINCINNATI-A 35-point per-
formance by Dolph Schayes help-
ed the Syracuse Nationals take
the third straight NBA season
victory from Cincinnati, 137-126.
The Royals got 41 points from
Oscar Robertson and 30 from Jack
Twyman.

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