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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cagers Play Panthers in Home Oi

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By DAVE KIMBALL
A winless but improving Michi-
gan' basketball team will host a
strong Pittsburgh quintet tonight
in the Wolverines' home opener
at Yost Field House, starting at 8
The Wolverines, losers in their
first two outings against Vander-
bilt and Tennessee last weekend,
will be trying to retain, if not
improve, the form they showed
in the second half against Ten-
nessee Saturday night. During the
last 15 minutes of play they bat-
tled the Volunteers on even terms
despite the fact that they had
Bow .Berth

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earlier lost the services of 6'4"
sophomore Don Petroff, who was
ejected for fighting.
"Petroff should not have been
kicked out of the game," coach
Dave Strack remarked after the
game. "He fouled (Skimp) Camp-
bell on the rebound, but Campbell
went out of his way just to take
a swing at him." The referees,
after removing only Campbell at
first, reversed their decision and
ejected both players.
Strack was disappointed in his
team's showing against Vander-
bilt and during the first half
against Tennessee, but was much
encouraged by Michigan's per-
formance in the second half
against the Volunteers. "We didn't
play 100 per cent up to our ca-
pacity most of the time," the
young mentor said, "but during
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the second half we looked like a
real, ball club should. If we were
to meet them again it could be
a completely different story."'
The fact that Petroff -wa ejected
may or may not have had an effect
on the outcome of the Tennessee
game. "Petroff is 6'4" and Camp-
bell is 5'10" and was not doing
much. We were definitely hurt
more by the action than they
were," Strack added.
Tonight's game will be the ninth
between the Wolverines and the
Panthers -in a home and home
series dating back to 1952. Michi-
gan leads in the current series
5-3, and in all-time competition
between the two schools the Wol-
verines hold a 9-5 edge.
The first game between the two
teams was played in 1925 when
Michigan edged the Panthers, 34-
PHOTOS
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25, in an era when few games
were played (the Wolverines
played only 17 that year) and low
scoring games were the rule rather
than the exception. Pitt won last
year's tussle, 71-56.
In Pitt the Wolverines will be
facing a good-shooting club which
likes to run a lot, according to
Tom Jorgenson, one of Stracks
assistants who watched the Pan-
thers'- edge Purdue's Boilermakers
81-80. In its only other game Pitt
was beaten by ,navy, 63-59.
Strack foresees no change in,

style or attack for tonigi
"We just want to improvi
as possible what we h
added. "We have a Ior
ahead of us and right
most important task i
which five boys can w
together."
According to Strackr the
starting lineup for tonig
test will be Petroff a
Maentz at forward, BoJb
center, and captain Johi
and Steve Schoenherr at
spots.

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HOME OPENER-Michigan basketball fans will get their first look at this year's team tonight. The
Wolverines, looking for their first victory after two road setbacks over the weekend, face the Pan-
thers of Pittsburgh. In the starting lineup for the Wolverines will be center Bob Brown (left) and
forward Scott Maentz.
OSU, MSU, Detroit, Indiana, Minnesota
Iowa State North Carolina Win Cage Tilts

By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Ohio S t a t e
stumbled throughout the first half
against St. Louis last night but
eventually outran the Billikens for
an 81-66 basketball victory, the
second of the season for the NCAA1
Champions.
The Bills broke into a 4-0 lead
on a pair of baskets by 6' 10" Bob
Nordmann and, except for two
ties, led the first 19 minutes of
play.
St. Louis used -a slowed-down;
offense, an aggressive man-for-
man defense collapsing on All-
American Jerry Lucas.
Jerry Lucas, limited to one miss-
ed field goal and six free throws
in the first half, finished with 23
points as the Buckeyes turned on
their steam in the second half.
Detroit 70, Utah State 68
DETROIT - John Morgan, a
junior college transfer student
playing in his second major college
basketball, game, calmy dropped
in two free throws in the final five
seconds and lifted Detroit's slug-
gish Titans to a hectic 70-68 vic-
tory over Utah State.
The 6' 6" sophomore was fouled
by Darnel Haney as the Titans
tried to weave in close for a
final basket. Morgan got the one,
then made his bonus shot that
sealed the victory over the Aggies,
ranked eighth in the nation last
season.
Morgan, a transferee from Coal-
inga (Calif.) JC, had 11 points for
the evening while Dave DeBucs-
Scores
Wichita 78, Northwestern 60
Bradley 103, Davis (Calif.) 65
Vanderbilt 75, -Florida State 55
Notre Dame 83, Evansville 68
Kansas 97, Texas Teh 75
Rice 68, Florida 68
Loyola (Chicago) 118, Wayne State 76

chere and State's Mac Perry
shared game honors with 26 each.-
It was Detroit's second straight
victory.
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MSU 70, Bowling Green 67
BOWLING GREEN - Michigan
State almost blew a 21-point
lead but managed to fight off a
stubborn Bowling Green team for
a 70-67 basketball victory.
Michigan State, which scored
almost at will in the first half
and midway through the second,
had to resort to freeze tactics in
the final minutes to retain the
lead.
Three Spartans scored in double
figures, led by Dick Hall who had
23. Dave Fahs dumped in 18 and
Art Schwarm had 14.
Minnesota 60, Missouri 56
COLUMBIA, Mo., - Torn Mc-
Grann, a 6' 7" sophomore, fur-
nished both the scoring punch and
the key defensive performance as
Minnesota beat Missouri'e basket-
ball team 60-56.
McGrann held Missouri's high-
scoring Charlie Henke to 12 points.
Henke had averaged 23.5 going
into the game. He made only four
of his 18 shots from the field,
two each half.
McGrann led the Minnesota
scorers with 15 points.
-* * *
Iowa State 88, Wisconsin 76
AMES, Iowa - Sophomore re-
serve Mary Straw and veteran
Henry Whitney triggered Iowa
State to an 88-76 victory over
Wisconsin in a non-conference
basketball game which opened the
Cyclones' season.
Straw, a 6' 4" speedster, scored
15 points, including 14 in the
last 11 minutes of the first half.
Whitney, 6' 7" senior, hit 14, and
scoredIowa State's first nine
points.

Wisconsin, losing Its second
game in three starts, was paced
by Tom Hughbanks with 17 points
and Ken Siebel with 16.
North Carolina 77, LSU 61
CHAPEL HILL-North Carolina
opened its basketball season in the
winning column with a compara-
tively easy 77-61 victory.
Doug Moe and York Larese,
fancy dans of Coach Frank Mc-
Guire's Tar Heels, were scoring
leaders with 17 points each.
However, their antics got out
of hand at times, with passes going
wild and other minor mishaps. In
fact, play generally was a little
ragged, perhaps a sign of first
night jitters.
The Tar Heels showed their
superiority in the rebound depart-
ment. They snagged 69 rebounds,
compared to 38 for LSU.
* * *
Indiana 98, Kansas State 80
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Walt
Bellamy and Tom Bolyard led
a 10-point rally that sent Indiana
off to a 98-80 basketball victory
over the Kansas State Wildcats.
Kansas State led two-thirds of
the game before the Hoosiers took
control. Indiana had a narrow 71-
69 margin with 8:35 left when
the Hoosiers hit five straight field
goals to make the score 81-71,
and the issue never was in doubt
thereafter.
-Bellamy, opening his bid for a
second All-America berth, and
Bolyard each made two buckets in
that hot streak. The 6' 11" Bellamy,
counted 26 points and Bolyard 22.
Both were outshone, however,
by K-State's Cedric Price who
made 29 points, blocked four Bel-
lamy shots and was a workhorse
under both backboards, Price made
15 points in the first half, leading
K-State to a 45-40 intermission
advantage.
Netter Mike
Quits School
It was learned yesterday by The
Daily that netman Ken Mike drop-
ped out of school around Thanks-
giving time.
Mike alternated between the
sixth and seventh slots on last'
year's team.
Coach Bill Murphy wasn't able
to shed any light on the reasons
for Mike's action.

Jerry Smith, star center and
linebacker of Michigan, was named
to the East squad for the annual
Hula Bowl to be played Jan. 8 at
Honolulu Stadium.
Michigan State's star halfback,
Herb Adderley, was also given a
berth on the squad.
The East team, coached by Notre
Dame's Joe Kuharich, will face a
squad of Western stars led by
Washington's Jim Owens.
Ski Club Meeting
The ULLR Ski Club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in the Union,
third floor. Discussions will be
held on the selection of ski
equipment, vacation ski trips,
and skiing in Canada.
Refreshments will be served.
Flubeir Wins
Volleyall
South Quad showed its strength
of numbers last night as teams
from there won the first place and
runner-up spots in both the 'A'
and the 'B' I-M volleyball cham-
pionships. Huber beat Gomberg
4-2 for the 'A' title, while Gom-
berg topped Kelsey 4-2 for the 'B'
crown.
In other 'A' playoff games:
Adams beat Van Tyne 4-3, for
third place; Kelsey took fourth
place title with a 4-1 victory over
Winchell and Reeves beat Lloyd
4-2 for the fifth place champion-
ships.
In other 'B' playoffs: third
place went to Hayden which beat
Taylor 4-3; Wenley beat Winchell
4-1 to take fourth place and Scott
whipped Van Tyne 4-0 for fifth
place.
NFL Standings
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Philadelphia 9 1 0 .900 262 191
Cleveland 6 3 1 .667 272 183
New York 5 3 2 .625 220 210
St. Louis 5 5 1 .500 250 223
Pittsburgh 5 4 1 .444 206 217
Washington 1 7 2 .125 147 254

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72 Fun-filled Days on the Continent

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Bay 6 4 0 .600
ancisco 6 4 0 .6001
05 4 1 .5561
IT 5 5 0 .5001
geles 3 6 1 .333
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This Week in Sports
TONIGHT
Basketball--Michigan vs. Pittsburgh, here, 8 p.m.
* THURSDAY
Basketball-Michigan vs. Butler, here, 8 p.m.
FRIDAY
Hockey-Michigan vs. North Dakota, here, 8 p.m.
SATURDAY
Swimming-Swim Gala, here, 1:30 and 8 p.m.
Hockey-Michigan vs. North Dakota, here, 8 p.m.
Basketball-Michigan vs. Drake at Des Moines
Wrestling-Michigan vs. Purdue at Lafayette

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 2d7, Baltimore 15
Green Bay 41, Chicago 13
Philadelphia 20, St. Louis 6
Cleveland 27, Washington 16
New York 31, Dallas 31
AFL Standings
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts.
Houston 8 4 0 .667 311
New York 6 6 0 .500 308
Buffalo 5 6 1 .455 266
Boston 5 7 0 .417 265
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts.+
Los Angeles 8 4 0 .667 282
Dallas 6 6 0 .500 3041
Oakland 5 7 0 .417 243
Denver 4 7 1 .364 266;
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
New York 30, Denver 27
Buffalo 38, Boston 14
Dallas 24, Houston 0
Los Angeles 41, Oakland 17

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