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THE MICHIG,

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Special to The Daily
NOXVLLE - Despite a 30
at performance by hot-shooting
tain John Tidwell, the Ten-
see Volunteers ran to a 75-64
ory over Michigan's. fired-up
verines last night before an
mnated crowd of 5,000 on the
ner's court.
idwell, who was Michigan's top
-er Friday night against Van-
>ilt with 18 markers, amazed
home town fans with, his
lety of shots, ranging from
ing lay-ups to long jump shots.
he big guns for the Vols were
by Carter and Tommy Wilson,
led the Tennessee scoring
imn with 15 and 11 points,
?ectively. Carter sparked his
n in the first half, while Wil-
kept Michigan From catching
in the second half when he
ected all of his points, 10 of_
m coiping on field goals.
Fight Occurs.
t was a scrappy hard-fought
' Fight, but .ea

game which saw twoplayers eject-
ed for fighting and three Ten-
nessee players foul out. Don Pet-
roff of the Wolverines and the'
Volunteers' Skimp Campbell were.
both ejected early In the second
half when they exchanged blows,
under the basket. Players from
both sides poured onto the playing
court with the Wolverines' Bill
Brown and Scott Maentz taking
an active part in the meelee. Some
of the hometown fans inanaged to
get into the rucus before the re-
ferees restored order.
' The Volunteers were a cluth-
shooting team, and they employed
a fast break with great advantage,
in contrast to the slow-breaking
type of offense employed Friday,
night by Vanderbilt. They hit on
29 of 64 shots from. the floor for
a 45.3 percentage, while the
Wolverines could connect on just
17 of 53 for 32.1 per cent.

WARRIORS, KNICKS VICTIMS:
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MICHIGAN
Petroff
Maentzs
Donley
Hal
Tidwell
Schoenherr
Brown
Eveland
Cole'
Higgs
Total'
TENNESSEE
Test
Collins
Fiser
Carter
Campbel
Martin
Anderson
Wilson
Bowling
Gilley
Booth
Totals
MICHIGAN
Tennessee

G F P
3 2-4 3
1 -1-2 4
0 1-2 2
0 1-2 1
11 8-11 4
1 1-2 2
0 5-10 4
1 3-4 1
0 1-2 1
0 7-9 1
17 30-48 23
G F P
4 2-4 5
2 2-3 3.
1 3-3 5
7 1-1 2
4 1-4 2
1 2-3 2
1 2-3 0
5 1-3 3
1 0-1 3
3 1-4 5
0 2-4 0
29 17-33 30

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Early Lead
Michigan took a 7-0 lead early in
the game but saw it vanish
minutes later. With Carter and
Campbell leading the way, the
Vols quickly pulled out in front
and led by a 32-24 count at inter-
mission.
Just minutes after the opening
of the second half the fistcuffs
broke out under the basket. As
soon as order was restored the
Wolverines were a completely dif-"
ferent team. They played tight,
headsup basketball and were able
to keep pace with the Vols, al-
though they couldn't close the
12 point ,spread enjoyed by Ten-
nessee when the fight broke out.
Even though his team lost its
second straight game Strack was
happier last night than after Fri-
day night's contest. "Although the
Vols were better than Vanderbilt
they weren't.too tough," the young
mentor remarked after the game.
"We didn't play too well in the
first half, but I was real pleased
with our second half performance.
We should definitely be better
when we meet Butler in our home
,opener neat Tuesday," he added,

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA St. Louis'
big three, Bob Pettit, Cliff Hagan.
and Clyde Lovellette, got 92 points;
between them last night as the
Hawks defeated Philadelphia 131-
127' in a National Basketball As-
sociation game at Convention
Hall.
Seldom more than five points
seprated the two teams through
the first three quarters. But in
the final period Lovellette hit for3
20 for his 23 points and ex-
Warrior Woody Sauldsberry got
eight of his 12 points as the Hawks
opened up leads of seven and 11,
points. The gap was too wide for
the Wariors to close.
Pettit led the scoring with 37
points, 25 of them in the first
half. Hagan had 32.'
Wilt Chamberlain, as usual, led
the Warriors with 35 points. Paul
Arizin had 25 and Andy Johnson
19.
COIJEGE SCORES
BASKETBALL
Oklahoma 60, Minnesota 56
Utah State 67, NYU 65
Penn State 63, Purdue 59
Marquette 107, North Dakota 68
Kansas 96, Northwestern 69
Kansas St. 69, Texas A & M 64
Princeton 69, Lafayette 50
Rhode Island 78, Brown 70
Ohio Univ. 87, Youngstown 74
Detroit 103, So. Dakota St. 16
Georgia Tech 80, Furman 54
Arkansas 84, Missouri 75
Wichita 65, Nebraska 63
John Carroll 99, Western Reserve 90
Duke 80, LSU 74
Iowa 83, Evansville 71
Kent State 79, Clemson 65
Wyoming 78, South Dakota 58
Colorado 83, Arizona 60
Arizona State 79, Oregon State 77
Stanford 59, Utah 56
Mississippi 79, Loyola (New Orleans)
61
HOCKEY
Minnesota 6, Michigan State 5
FOOTBALL
UCLA 27, Duke 6
South Carolina 26, Virginia 0

The Hawks, setting a pace Of
54 field goals in 109 attempts, led
at the first quarter 32-30, at the
half 68-63 and at the third quarter
98-94.
Nats 130, Knicks 113;
SYRACUSE - Two scoring
bursts carried the Syracuse Na-
tionals to a 130-113 victory over
the New York Knickerbockers yes-
terday in a nationally televised
National Basketball Association
game enlivened by a third-quarter
brawl.
Dave Gambee of the Nats and
Dave Budd, Knick rookie, wrestled
on the floor as both benches
emptied and police rushed in.
Gambee, who suffered three deep
scratches on the face, and Budd
both remained in the game.
It was Gambee, finishing with
22 points, and Al Greer who led
a 17-0 spurt late in the first period
as the Nats over-hauled a 21-17

New York lead. The Knicks, who
had the game's high scorer in
Kenny Sears, with 30 points, cut
the deficit to 65-56 at the half,
but the Nats then clicked off nine
straight points at the start , of
the third period to lead by 20
through much of the late going.
Greer 'led Syracuse with 25
points. Larry Costello added 23
as the hustling Nits repatedly
stole Knick passes and turned on
a fast break for their fourth
victory.

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NIBA Standings
EASTERN DIVISION
W L Pct. G
3oston 14 5 .737
hiladelphia 15 7 .682?
yracuse 7 10 ,444 6
New York 6 17.261 91
WESTERN DIVISION
W L Pet. G
ft. Louis 14 6 .700-
Aos Angeles 12 12 .500 4
>etroit 7 12 .368 67
Cincinnati 6 16 .360 9

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