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"Michigan is undoubtedly the;
best college team I've seen this
season. I think we played a good
game, one of our best of the year,
but I guess we aren't in their
class," so said Minnesota basket-
ball coach Johnny Kundla in the
locker room following Michigan's
80-66 defeat of his team.
Four weeks, the friendly con-
fines of Williams Arena, and a
chance to look at the statistics,
however, have washed out any
thoughts the Gopher mentor had
of conceding the game. In fact,
Minnesota papers have been de-
voting much space of late to the
fact that all the Gophers need to
be in the thick of the Big Ten
title race is a win over Michigan.
Michigan freshman basketball
coach, Tom Jorgensen, who scout-
ed the Gophers against Illinois is
well aware of the added incentive
the Minnesota team will have with
it tonight. "If they beat us, they
are only one game out of first
place and they definitely think
they can beat us," says Jorgen-
Minnesota still starts the same

Face Stern Gopher Challenge

Lowly Hoosiers Trouble Cagers

team as they did when they were
at Yost Field House, but the
amount of time guard Terry
Kunze, who last year at Yost tied
Jerry Lucas' Big Ten accuracy rec-
ord of .933 (14 of 15 shots) from
the floor, spends in the game is
down to the point where it is
counted in seconds.
In place of Kunze, Kundla has
been running in Don Yates, who
is the most improved player on
the Gopher roster according to
Also much improved according
to Jorgensen is co-captain and
starting forward Bill Davis, al-
though it is difficult to think of
Davis improving much on the
board job he did at Yost when he
led all rebounders with a total of
16 and pulled the Gophers to
within two of the Michigan re-
bound total (46-48).
Who To Guard?
Another factor about the Min-
nesota quintet which is worrying
the Michigan brain trust is the
great team scoring balance the
Gophers displayed against Illinois,
who they beat 92-81. Archie Clark
scored 20 points, Lou Hudson 19,

Davis 18 and Yates and Mel
Northway 14 apiece in the Illinois
Michigan's hardcourt quintet is
not without a little incentive of
their own, however. Although it is
difficult to pin down a definite
statement the feeling among the
Michigan coaches seems to be that
if they can win at Minneapolis
the corner will have been turned
on Michigan's drive to take their
first Big Ten crown since 1947-48.
In the words of Jorgensen, "The
next game on your schedule al-
ways looks light the toughest, but
I would say that Minnesota has
more talent than anyone left on
our schedule.
"We want to win this thing out-
right and we're not planning on
Ohio State losing anymore," he
An important factor in the con-
fidence Jorgensen has about Ohio
State and, to the degree that his
fear of Indiana signs will permit
him, Michigan going the rest of
the way in the Big Ten is the
rapid deflation of the Illinois
squad as a top-rate challenge..

Both the Wolverines and the;
Bucks have a game left with the
not-so-fighting Illini, Ohio at
Illinois and Michigan at Yost. But
after Saturday's Minnesota defeat1
of Illinois, they do not loom too
Hot-Air Balloon
After three relatively easy wins,
the Illinois squad took a three
week mid-year break during which3
the nation's press trumped the1
Illini up into the main threat to
the Wolverines' Big Ten title
hopes. This, mainly on the

strength of the comparative per-
forihance of Illinois and Michigan
against UCLA on the Coast. Mich-
igan lost to the top-rated Uclans
by 18 points, while Illinois dropped
their game to the unbeaten West
Coast power by only four.
But, according to Jorgensen,
"The three West Coast games we
played were possibly the worst
three games we've played all sea-

"We've had some last place
teams here in the pasts and we
know how bad they can be, and
Indiana is the best last place team
the Big Ten has ever seen." These
words of Tom Jorgensen, fresh-
man coach, sum up the feeling of
many who saw the Indiana con-
test last Saturday.
Michigan emerged with a 99-87
win with relative ease but the
Van Arsdale twins and center!
John McGlockin kept the Wolver-
ines. honest.
The game made still another
rival coach a believer in the Mich-
igan team. This time it was In-

son. As far as
Illinois just

we were concerned
never had i

Bradds, OSU Beat Hawkeyes

diana's veteran coach Branch Mc-
Cracken who got on the band-
wagon. Although he felt his team
.did not play its best game of the
season, he did feel that Michigan
always had the hustling Hoosiers
well in check.
'Best in 26'
"They've got so much it doesn't
matter what Strack uses. That
team has more manpower than
any conference team I've seen in
26 years of coaching. Such a com-
mand of the backboards!" ex-
claimed McCracken.
The highlight of the game, as
McCracken's statement indicates,
was the overwhelming power of
the Wolverines on the boards.
Larry Tregoning, Bill Buntin,
Cazzie Russell and Oliver Darden
all reached double figures on re-
bounds. The first half edge was
33-7 for Michigan and the final
total was 59-28.
The New York Times reported a
59-8 rebounding edge in its Sun-
day issue for the Wolverines
which, although it isn't true, won't
lessen the number of votes the
Wolverines get in the national
Jorgensen explained the over-
whelming rebounding edge Michi-
gan held on Indiana, who going

into the game were just about
even up on their opponents in re-
bounding, on Michigan's early use
of the zone type defense for the
first time this season.
"We were well satisfied with
the results of the zone. It got a
little ragged after a while, but I
think it bothered Indiana. It gave
us the tremendous board advant-
age we had at the start, because
Indiana was always outside," said
Although the spotlight was on
the rebounds, the footlights were
Wireless Wolverines
Tonight's basketball game be-
tween the' Michigan Wolverines
and the Minnesota Gophers will
be broadcast live from Minne-
apolis on WAAM-AM(1600 ke.)
and WUOM-FM (97.4 me.).
Game time is 9 p.m., Ann
Arbor time.
certainly on the shooting percent-
ages. Michigan shot a cool (or is
it hot? 55 per cent from the floor,
hitting on 44 of 80 shots. Indiana
hit a very respectable 46 per cent
making 33 of 72.
-Charlie Towle





By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY-Ohio State roll-
ed over Iowa 99-82 in Big Ten
basketball here last night but for
the first time in seven games the
Buckeyes' scoring ace Gary Bradds
was held to less than 40 points.
Bradds managed only 30 against

the Hawkeyes but his team-
mates Dick Ricketts and Don De-
Voe picked up the slack.
Ohio State boosted ' its confer-
ence record to 8-2 and Big Ten
leader Michigan will need a 'vic-
tory at Minnesota tonight to avoid
sharing first place with the Bucks.
Shooting a fantastic 65 per cent
in the first half Ohio State took a
54-43 lead at intermission but
only after Iowa had pulled to
24-23 with 9:18 left in the period.
The Hawkeyes, paced by Jimmy

MSU's victory avenged an ear-
lier 87-66 loss to the Illini at
Champaign, Ill., and left the vic-
tors with a 5-6 Big Ten record
and 11-10 overall.
Topping the Illini attack with
27 points was Don Freeman.
* * *
Indiana Slips By
MADISON - Indiana outlasted
Wisconsin 82-80 in a double over-
time basketball game last night
to pick up some company in the
Big Ten Conference cellar,
It was the Hoosiers' second vic-
tory in nine conefrence games and
the seventh defeat in nine Big
Ten games for the Badgers, the
result leaving the teams deadlock-
ed for last.
The score was tied 70-70 at the
end of regulation time and tied
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Rodgers' 25 points, moved to with-
in eight poinst at 72-64 before the
Buckeyes pulled away.
* * *
MSU Wins
poured in 30 points and paced
Michigan State to an 85-82 bas-
ketball victory over Illinois last
The Spartan captain made 11 of
27 field goal attempts and eight
of 10 free throws. Following Gent
with 23 points and 19 rebounds
was MSU center Fred Thomann.
The loss was the Illini's fifth
straight in the conference and
they now stand at 3-5 in the Big
Ten and 10-8 overall.

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MICHIGAN 8 1 .889 17
Ohio State 8 2 .800 13
Minnesota 6 3 .667 13
Northwestern 5 4 .556 8
Purdue 4 4 .500 87
Michigan State 5 6 .455 117
Illinois 3 5 .375 10
Iowa 2 6 .250 7
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Indiana 2 7 .222 87
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Michigan State 85, Illinois 82
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