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By BILL BULLARD
Third place Minnesota rolls in-
to Yost Field House tonight with
a 3-1 Big Ten record and a desire
to move past the Michigan Wol-
verines in the Conference stand-
ings.
"Minnesota was a co-favorite
for the Big Ten championship be-
fore the season started and in my
opinion they're still one -of the co-
favorites," assistant coach Tom
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Gophers twice, said. "The only
Big Ten game they have lost so
far has been to Ohio State down
in Columbus and a lot of teams
are going to get beat down there
this season," he added.
Jorgenson pointed out that in
the Ohio State defeat Minnesota
had a very bad start and was just
Still Room
There are 1000 basketball
tickets still available for to-
night's game with Minnesota.
Students who don't have tickets
will be admitted with their I.D.
cards or athletic cards through
Door No. 1 on the northwest
corner of Yost Field House at
7:00.
never able to overcome the defi-
cit. The Gophers fell behind 30-
10 at one point. Ohio State hit on
59 per cent of its field goal at-
tempts in the first half while
Minnesota only averaged 25 per
cent. Despite this poor start the
final score was only 85-73.
Jorgenson cited a "well-bal-
anced attack" as the key to Min-
nesota success. Four starters are
averaging in double figures.

Mel Northway, 6'8" junior cen-
ter, and Terry Kunze, 6'3" junior
guard, are veterans. To fill in for
forwards Eric Magdanz and Tom
McrGann who have graduated,
Coach Jim Kundla has 6'5" sopho-
more Louis Hudson and 6'6" senior
Bill Davis. Alternating at the other
guard spot are sophomores Archie
Clark and Don Yates.
Northway is averaging 14 points
a game and is the team's leading
rebounder. He snagged 20 re-
bounds against Michigan State,
in a 103-82 victory.
Hudson Stars
Hudson is one of the outstand-
ing first-year players in the coun-
try. He is an all-around player and
leads Minnesota in scoring with a
19.1 points per game average. In
the 97-93 victory over Purdue,
Hudson scored 36 points for a
Gopher individual game high this
season.
Kunze should be remembered by
Michigan fans as the player who
tied Jerry Lucas' Big Ten field
goal average in Yost Field House.
Hitting on 14 of his 15 attempts,
Kunze led the Gophers to a 66-63
victory over the Wolverines. So far
this season he is averaging 10.6
points per game.

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RUSSELL'S REBOUND-Michigan's Cazzie Russell snares the ball off the rim with his principle
competition coming from teammate Oliver Darden. Russell, though a guard, picked off 13 re-
bounds, high for Michigan while Darden chipped in with eight. Ohio State's Don DeVoe (31) is
out of position while the Wolverines' Larry Tregoning acts the part of an interested spectator.
BUNTIN, RUSSELL STAR
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By TOM WEINBERG
Last year, twice outshone, Bill
Buntin vowed that he'd be back
to stop Gary Bradds and Ohio
State.
But Saturday he didn't have to
do it alone.
Cazzie Russell matched- Bun-
tin's 27 points and pulled down 13
rebounds as Michigan romped to
an 82-64 win before an ecstatic
mob at Yost Field House.
The Wolverines' balance and
strength once again proved deci-
sive as Dave Strack's men won
their twelfth game of the year
and shoved the Buckeyes out of
the three-way first-place tie in
the Big Ten.
After the game, a soundly de-
feated Fred Taylor reflected on
his team's conquerors, sighed and
said, "I don't know who's gonna
stop them. They're just too
strong.".
Over in the Michigan locker
room, the always cautious Strack
just shrugged his shoulders and
put all the credit on his boys for
the team effort.
Cazzie Amazing
Even the Ohio State players
were amazed by Russell and his
ability to be at the right place at
the right time. One apparently
mistook the 6'5" guard for Santa
Claus when he shouted in the
shower, "He's everywhere; he's
everywhere."
Russellrewas everywhere, but
both Strack and Taylor were quick
to point out the outstanding per-
formance of steadily improving
sophomore Oliver Darden who had
16 points and eight rebounds.
In addition, captain Bob Can-
trell turned in his almost habitual
bit of defensive wizardry. This

time, he held Buckeye guard Dick
Ricketts to eight points, 12 below
his Big Ten average. Cantrell also
sank two key baskets in a row to
break an 8-8 tie and put Michigan
ahead to stay.
Alternate Punch
Buntin, whose three Big Dipper
hooks paced him to a 15-point
second half, and Russell alter-
nated the scoring punch as Rus-
sell was high point man in the
first half with 16.
The score stood at 42-29 at
halftime, following a spectacular
scoring play on which Russell beat
Bradds in a one-on-one situation,
only to miss the layup. Darden
was there however for the tip in.
The Wolverines' height and
strength were keys to the first
victory over the Bucks in the last
eight games. The taller Michigan
team controlled both the offen-
sive and defensive backboards. The
final rebounding total 'was 49-34.
Lower Percentage
The muscular defense also pres-
sured the Buckeyes away from the
basket, forcing long shots and a
mediocre .373 shooting percent-
age, as compared to the Ohio State
.473 for all games.
Bradds, whose shooting per-
centage was among the nation's
best, came into the game with an
astounding .694 average in the
conference but couldn't find his
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close-in as he slipped to ten-for
23 for .435.
By contrast, Michigan hit for
.524 from the floor. Included in
the 33 baskets were 18 from right
under the basket on layups, tip-
ins and a dunk by Buntin.
Saturday's win put the 'Wolver-
ines on top of the Big Ten with
a 3-0 record. Illinois also is un-
defeated with a 2-0 mark, but was
idle. Saturday and last night be-
cause of exams.
Taylor was high in his praise of
Michigan although he did say,
"They get a little high when they
get out in front."
But the Buckeyes never saw
much of Strack's men except from
behind.
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