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'M' Grabs Second Spot
By The Associated Press
Michigan's Wolverines moved
into the runner-up position be-
hind all conquering UCLA in the
Associated Press major-college
basketball poll today.
UCLA piled up 398 points on 38
votes for first place and two for
second from the 40 regional selec-
tors participating in the next-to-
last poll of the season. Duke and
Oregon State collected the remain-
ing first place votes.
Michigan switched places with
Kentucky's Wildcats. The Wolver-
ines had 322 points and Kentucky
300 on a basis of 10 for a first
place vote, 9 for second etc. The
balloting was based on games
through last Saturday.
UCLA lifted its record to 24-0 tucky was defeated, 67-60, by un-
last week by defeating Washing- ranked St. Louis. Kentucky, suf-
ton and Washington State. Mich- ifering its second loss in two weeks,
igar, beat Illinois for a 19-3 mark now has a season record of 21-4.
while Kentucky lost its third game Top-ranked UCLA rolled to their
of the campaign, 65-59 to Ala- 25th win of the season Monday as
bama, and then whipped Tennes- they whipped California, 87-57.
see 42-38. The Wildcats have Neither of these scores were in-
won 21. cluded in the Associated Press
Duke, Wichita and Oregon State poll.
followed Kentucky, holding their In other basketball news, eighth
positions in the same order as last ranked Davidson was denied the
week. right to play in the National In-
However, Davidson's 82-81 set- vitational Tournament by the
back by Virginia Military resulted Southern Conference. The confer-
in a shuffle in the final four places ence said that it would not be in
in the Top Ten. The Wildcats the best interests of the confer-
from Davidson, N.C., tumbled into ence for Davidson to enter this
the 10th spot while Villanova, De- post-season tournament.
Paul and Loyola of Chicago each The Top Ten, with first place
climbed one notch, to seventh, votes in parentheses, season rec-
eighth and ninth, respectively. ords through Saturday, Feb. 29,
Duke, 20-4, downed Wake Forest and points on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-
and North Carolina. Wichita, 20-5, 2-1 basis:
E beat Tulsa 98-79 in its only game
and Oregon State, 25-3, defeated
Oregon twice, 71-68 and 85-71.
Villanova turned back Mar-
quette and Temple for a 21-3 mark
CHICAGOR )-- rarity of two:
sophomores landing first teamI
berths underlines the 1964 Asso-
ciated Press All-Big Ten basket-2
ball team announced yesterday.
Rookies Cazzie Russell of Mich-t
igan and Dave Schellhase of Purdue
made it, along with All-America
Gary Bradds of Ohio State, Bill
Buntin of Michigan and Rick Lo-
possa of Northwestern.
Russell, Buntin and Bradds wer&
unanimous choices in the voting
by Big Ten area AP sportswriters.
Schellhase was short by two votes.
The speedy Lopossa, at 6-3 the
smallest member of the No. 1
team, beat out four others in a
close race for the fifth spot.
They were Indiana's Van Ars-
dale twins, Tom and Dick; sopho-
more Lou Hudson of Minnesota
and Northwestern's Rich Falk.
They, plus Pete Gent of Michigan
State, make up the second team.
while DePaul beat Louisville and
Duquesne and Loyola won over
St. Louis and Marshall. DePaul is
20-2 and Loyola 19-5.
Davidson, seventh a week ago,
defeated The Citadel 91-62 before
its loss to Virginia Military in the
Southern Conference Tournament
In Monday night's action Ken-
1 L Pts.
1. UCL (38)24 0 398
2 . Michigan 19 3 322
3. Kentucky 21 3 300
4. Duke (1) 20 4 273
5. Wichita 20 5 209
6. Oregon State (1) 25 3 203
7. Villanova 21 3 125
9. DePaul 20 2 94
9.' Chicago Loyola 19 5 81
10. Davidson 22 4 44
Other, teams receiving votes, list-
ed in alphabetical order: Bradley,
Drake, Georgia Tech, Kansas State,
Miami (Fla), New Mexico, Ohio
State, Providence, San Francisco,
Seattle, Texas A & M, Texas West-
ern, Utah State, Vanderbilt.
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BILL BUNTIN-Michigan All-Big Ten center shooting over the
outstretched arm of Illinois center Skip Thoren (35). Illini Bogie
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