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THE MICHUIGAN DAILY

Lichig a..
By ALAN GRASS E

Goes for Second Straight Against Butle

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couraged by a fine team vic-
>ver favored Pittsburgh Tues-
Michigan's' cagers hgpe to
1 win number two when they
a dangerous Butler squad
tonight.
e Indianapolis team, which
, 1-2 season record against a
of Big Ten schools, whipped
)nsin handily before bowing
chigan State in overtime and
g to Illinois.
tler, playing in its fortieth
under Coach Terry Dinkle,
ded as one of the best basket-
nen in the country, finished
d in the Indiana Collegiate
erence last season with a 10-
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2 record while posting an overall
mark of 15-11.
Michigan Basketbal1 C o a c h
Dave Strack indicated that the
Wolverines will confront Butler
with the same slow, deliberate of-
fense which they used in the first
half against Pitt's Panthers.
If, however, the Bulldogs should
go into the famous pressing de-
fense which has given them sev-
eral come-from-behind victories
in the past, Strack plans to speed
up the pace and utilize the at-,
tack which clinched the 86-70 de-
cision over Pitt.,
"If I had to choose a turning
point in that game," Strack re-
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way we broke Pittsburgh's press.
We hit on a few quick baskets,
and we knew they wouldn't stop
us after that."
Strack ppinted out that the
Wolverines were forced to adapt
to every style of defense against
the Panthers. Pitt played man-to-
man patterns in the first half,
and then employed a zone defense
before switching to the futile
press.
The fact that Michigan could
stand up against all styles was
only one of the factors that heart-
ened Strack in his first victory as
Head Coach.
"The boys all rebounded well,"
he stated. "Although he didn't
score, (Bob) Brown led the team
in rebounds with 14 - (Scott)
Maentz and (Don) Petroff played
well, and of course (John) Tid-
well was terrific.

"Tidwell held us together in the
first half," he continued, mention-
ing that 18 of the senior's 38 points
came in the low-scoring first half,
which saw the entire team tally
only 31.
Michigan's second-half perfor-
mance is of special significance.
Nursing a one-point lead at the
intermission, the cagers shot with
60 per cent accuracy to outscore
Pittsburgh 54-39 from that point
on.
This is in marked contrast to
the trend of last year's Wolverine
games, or the opening loss to Van-
derbilt last week. In the Butler-
Michigan tilt last season, for in-
stance, only one point separated
the two teams at the halfway
point, but the Wolverines faltered
after the break and Butler pulled
away to an easy 85-63 win.
To gain revenge for this loss,

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