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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1964

PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA~. FEBRUARY 11, 1964

Illinois' Zone Press Fails To Jar Wolverines

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"I think their full-court zone
press hurt them instead of help-
ing them," Michigan basketball
coach Dave Strack commented
yesterday in reference to his
team's 93-82 victory over Illinois
Saturday.
"That type of defense is usually
used as a desperation measure, so
I was a bit surprised when they

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threw it at us so early in the
game," he continued.
Illinois coach Harry Combes had
seen the Wolverines go down to
a 98-80 defeat by UCLA at the
Los Angeles classic over winter
vacation, with the Bruins running
the exact same defense as his
Illini team employed Saturday.
Combes related, "I saw what
UCLA did to them so I felt we
could do the same thing. They

sure have improved a lot
then."
Fallacy

since

Strack had some different views
on the whole thing, though. "This
type of defense really wasn't any-
thing new to us. Michigan State
used the same thing against us
after each basket they scored,]
but we were able to break that up.
"We have been practicing some-

OSUWins--Bradds Sets Mark

Y ho A anistd Prs

B.y Te e ssecaeu ress
COLUMBUS -- Gary Bradds
poured in 49 points last night and
set two Ohio State records as the
Buckeyes. walloped Illinois 110-92
in a Big Ten basketball game.
The 6'8" All-America shattered
his own record for points scored
at St. John Arena and also topped
the individual one-game high for
a Buckeye, 48, held jointly by
Bradds and Jerry Lucas.
A partisan crowd of 11,351
roared approval as Bradds flipped
in shots from all parts of the
floor before retiring with 2:39 left
to play.
This was the fifth consecutive
game that Bradds tallied 40 or
more points and gave him 226 in
his last five starts.
Ohio had three other players
in double figures. Dick Ricketts,
Bob Dove and Devoe scored 18,
14 and 12, respectively. Tal Brody
and Don Freeman paced the losers
with 17 each.

Bradds hit 17 baskets in 29 tries
and made 15 of 16 free throws.
Hawkeyes Win
IOWA CITY - Iowa snapped a
five-game losing streak and kept
out of the Big Ten basketball
cellar last night by defeating In-
diana for the second time this
season 82-75.
The Hawkeyes, led by Dave
Roach's 23 points, checked the
efforts of the Van Arsdale twins,
Tom and Dick, who accounted for
50 of Indiana's points. Tom pump-
ed in 28 points and Dick 22.

Indiana fought back after Iowa
increased its margin to eight
points but never came closer than
46-45 with 14:36 minutes remain-
ing.
AP Cage Poll
By The Associated Press
Although a victim of a heart-
breaking setback to Ohio State,
86-85, Michigan remained in sec-
ond place in the AP basketball
poll yesterday.
The UCLA Bruins, after nar-
rowly escaping a major upset by
California, 58-56, remained in first

what for that defense; but no more
than for anything else.
"I think the big fallacy every-
one has been using," Strack con-
tinued, "is that we lost to UCLA
because of their full-court zone'
press. In my own mind that just
wasn't the case. We orcke that up
fairly well, that is, we were scor-
ing just as much as we were los-
ing the ball.
"What hurt us out on the coast
was that we ran into a good team
on a great night. Their shots were
just going in more than ours
were."
Brady Hits
Michigan's captain Bob Cantrell
shadowed Illinois' guard T a 1
Brody, but for one of the few
times this seasonnCantrellcame
out on the short end.
Brody, who has been averaging
well over 20 points a contest this
season, managed only six markers
in the first half as Cantrell stuck
to him like glue. But the story was
just the opposite in the second
period.
Brody dumped in 21 points after
intermission, with many coming
on long jump shots. "In the second
half," Strack related, "Illinois was
setting up Brody so he could shoot
just about everytime he got his
hands on the ball. He's a good
player, there's no question about
that. His teammates were brush-
ing Bob just enough to slow him
down and allow Brody to get
free."
Television commentators have

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been criticizing the Wolverines
somewhat for their slumps and
surges during games. Strack was
a bit amused by this. "It seems as
though everyone wants us to go
out onto the court and score
everytime we touch the ball, and
this just can't be done."
He concluded by saying, "I'm
not worried right now about Larry
Tregoning or Cantrell because
they didn't do much scoring in
the game. Both are good shooters
and score when we need it the
must. Although I will say that
this is no time for anyone to go
into a slump."

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UCLA 58, California 56 (Sat.)
Kentucky 65, Mississippi State 59
Creighton 124, Miami (Fla.) 94
Duke 80, Virginia 59
Drake 64, Wichita 63
Cincinnati 66, Houston 59 (ovt)
Memphis State 84, Florida tSate 71

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Ohio State 6 2
Minnesota 5 3
Illinois 3 3
Northwestern 4 3
Purdue 3 4
Michigan State 3 6
Wisconsin 2 4
Iowa 2 .4
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2. MICHIGAN 1
3. Kentucky
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5. Duke 1
6. Wichita
7. Vanderbilt
8. Villanova
9. Oregon state
10. DePaul

Won Lost
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This Week in Sports
FRIDAY
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State
TRACK-Michigan vs. Notre Dame and Indiana, Yost Field
House, 3:30 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan at Minnesota
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Michigan vs. Indiana, Yost Field House,
2:00 p.m.
HOCKEY-Michigan vs. Michigan State, Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan vs. Iowa, Yost Field House, 4:00
p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Wisconsin
SWIMMING-Michigan at Wisconsin
Wilcox Scores Another Pin
As Matmen Thump Bucks

Leers Gallop
First Period Scoring: M-Martin.
(Galipeau, Hood) 2:35; M-Waka-
bayashi (Ferguson, Coristine) 5:51;
M-MacDonald (Dechaine, Forrest)
7:20; M-Henderson (Wilkie, Cole)
10:31; M-Martin (Hood, Read)
14:57; M-Hood (Martin) 15:03; M-
Wakabayasbi (Ferguson, MacDon-
ad) 16:26; M-Forrest (MacDonald)
19:00. Penalties: none.
Second Period Scoring: M-Wilkie
(Polonic, Cole) 2:32; M-Martin
(Galipeau, Hood) 4:42; M-Coristine
(Wakabayashi, Newton) 6:39; M-
Wakabayashi (Day, Coristine) 7:31;
M-Gray (MacDonald) 9:35;nM-De-
chaine (MacDonald) 12:46; M-But-
ler (Wilkie) 15:03; M-Read (Mar-
tin) 19:21. Penalties: M-Butler
(cross-checking) 0:54; OSU-Hoff-
man (elbowing) 9-14; M-Newton
(elbowing) 19:00.
Third Period Scoring: M-De-
chaine (Henderson, Forrest) 6:15;
M-Gray (Galipeau, Forrest) 7:16;
M-Butler (Wilkie, Day) 9:58; M-
Martin (Read) 13:19; M-Ferguson
(Wakabayashi, Coristine) 17:38.
Penalties: none.
Saves: M-Bieber 3 2 1- 6
OSU-Hobaica 26 20 11-57
Scoring by Periods: M-8-8-5-21
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Michigan's basketball team may
have had trouble with Ohio State
last week, but the Wolverine
wrestlers made up for it.
Saturday, the matmen tossed
aside Ohio State, 19-10, at Colum-
bus, for their fifteenth straight
college win. The Wolverines will
meet perennial rival Iowa, Satur-
day, in their Homecoming duel at
good OLD Yost Field House.
Wilcox Gets Pin
Dropping only two matches,
Michigan used Gary Wilcox's third
pin of the year and five other de-
cisions to gain the easy victory.
Wilcox, wrestling at 137 lbs., put
away Buckeye Joe Piccioni in the
third match of the afternoon to
give the Wolverines their first lead,
6-3.
Wilcox's pin followed a some-
wht shaky start by the Wolverines,
who dropped the opening match of
the day to the B3uckeyEs. In that
one, Michigans Ralph Bahna lost
a 4-1 decision to Ohio State's
Mike Berry. Berry's win was his
thirteenth of the season against
only nne defeat, and helped him
remain undefeated in Big Ten
play.
Michigan's Bill Johannesen
quickly put Michigan on the score-
board in the 130-lb. match, how-
ever, with a tight 3-1 win. Johan-
neson's victory came at the hands
of cc-captain Gary Joseph, Who
placed second in last year's con-
ference championship.
Buckeyes Bow
123-lbs.-Berry (OSU) dec. Bahna,
4-1.
130-lbs,--Johannesen (M) dec. Jo-
seph, 3-1.
137-bs.-Wilcox (M) pinned Pic-
cioni at 5:20.
147-lbs.--Feiock (M) draw with
Bliss, 5-5.
157-lbs-Miller (M) dec. Nominee,

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Following Johannesen's win and
Wilcox's pin Wolverine Tony Fei-
ock fought 147-pounder Dick Bliss
to a 5-5 draw. It was the first Big
Ten meet of the year for Feiock, a
junior who has seen only limited
action this season.
At this point Michigan led 10-5,
and Wolverine captain Wayne
Miller went to work. Miller downed
his 157-lb opponent for Michigan's
second decision of the afternoon
and a 13-5 margin.
Bay Gets Shutout
Rick Bay continued his winning
ways at 167, with a 5-0 shutout
over Glenn Mitchell, but 177-
pounder Chris Stowell wasn't as
fortunate. After jumping off to a
quick 5-0 lead, Stowell was sur-
prised by Buckeye Larry McQuerry
and was pinned at 4:10. McQuer-
ry's pin cut the Michigan lead to
16-10, but with only one match re-
maining an Ohio State victory was
already out of reach.
In the final contest of the meet,
Wolverine heavyweight Bob Spaly
gained an easy 10-3 decision over
Ted Andrick.

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