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rE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

TUESDAY, JANUARS

i ps

Iowa,

56-551

Dave Roach hit three straight
jumpshots from the side to send
the Hawks ahead 55-53 with only
2:16 showing. Then, 15 seconds
later, John Oosterbaan connect-
ed on a jumper to tie the score
again.
Getting possession of the ball
again, the Wolverines worked a
play springing Cole loose under
the basket, but the 6'7" junior
missed the easy shot, and when
Iowa grabbed the rebound and
brought the ball down, it looked
as if Michigan had lost their last
chance.
But the combined heroics of
scrappy guard Cantrell and the

same Cole who redeemed himself
pulled the game out for Michi-
gan in front of 4,000 standing,
screaming fans.
The stunning upset victory was
every sense of the word, a team
effort. Eight players saw action
with the scoring evenly distribut-
ed. The Wolverines are now 1-2 in
conference action.
Coach Dave Strack, obviously
happy, said after the game, "Our
zone defense plugged up the mid-
dle well, stopping Nelson. We shot
poorly, but we needed that vic-
tory."
Cool Cole

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Disciger, Purdue Stop MSU
Miss. State, Kentuck yTo SEI
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING-Purdue's bas- was the game's high scorer with 23 KNOXVILLE-Kentucky's
points.ond-ranked Wildcats stormed
ketball team raced past Michigan points. ad in th fst
State 89-74 last night on the fire- ATLANTA-A last-second field minutes and coasted to a
power of Big Ten scoring leader goal by red-haired W. D. Stroud basketball victory over Tenri
Terry Dischinger and Mel Gar- gave 10th-ranked Mississippi State last night.
land. gave10t-ranedissssipiSate The triumph was Kentt
Dischinger, who has been scor- eT W 12th straight and gave c
ing at a 47-point clip per gare, Like TO Write . . Adolph Rupp's blue grass bo
was near perfect at the free-throw Want a chance to express 13-1 record for the season.
line with 13 straight free buckets. yourself about the sport. you Wildcats are now 4-0 in
He totaled 21 points. Garland love? Then the Michigan Daily Southeastern Conference.
netted 20 points. Sports Staff is for you!! It's Tennessee, shaky at the
The loss was the Spartans' easy to Join. Just come over to went nearly seven minutes b
fourth Big Ten loss in a row. 420 Maynard Street (Behind scoring from the floor on a t,
Purdue has a 3-1 league record. the Ad. Bldg. and next to the by Sid Elliott.
SAB) and see CLIFF MARKS Cotton Nash and Larry Pu
Purdue outdistanced the Spar- any time during Orientation shared high scoring honors
tans early in the game by putting week (Feb. 5-10). So write down Kentucky with 30 points
a fast-breaking offense and some the address and remember un- Carroll Burchett got 21.
deadly outside shooting together til after the finals. Tommy Wilson set a Tenn
for a first half lead of 49-30; fieldhouse scoring record fo
Dischinger also provided his a 57-56 Southeastern Conference Vols with 34 points. Orb Bo1
team with backboard strength by basketball victory over Georgia who got 15, held the old
grabbing 17 rebounds. of 31.
Spartan sophomore Pete Gent Tech last night.
Stroud's layup took away Tech's

IOWA
Hankins
Melhaus
Nelson
Reddington
Szykowny
Novak
Roach
Messick
Team
Totals
MICHIGAN
Oosterbaan
Cole
Harris
Hall
Cantrell
Brown
Herner
Higgs
Team
Totals

G
4-8
1-7
6-11
4-11
0-6
1-3
3-6
2-6
21-64
G
4-10
5-16
3-8
3-5
7-22
0-1
2-6
0-1

F Reb
1-1 3
2-3 8
8-9 16
1-1 7
1-2 5
0-0 2
0-0 3
0-0 2
3
13-16 19
F Reb
2-3 10
4-4 14
1-2 13
1-2 2
0-0 4
0-1 2
0-0 1
0-0 0
6
8-12 52

PF
9
2
3
1
2
1
1
0
12
PF
2
2
s
0
3
1
0

TP
3
4
20
9
1
2
6
4
55
TP
10
14
7
7
14
0
4
0
56

shake like concoction created by
their trainer Millard Kelley. Since
the value of a steak dinner is not
realized until much later, after the
game has been played, he feels it
does little more than satisfy a
craving.

24-78

14

I

-Daily-Ed Langs
CAN'T FIGHT HEIGHT-Michigan guard, Jon Hall (42) is stop-
ped by the big hands of Iowa star, Don Nelson (15), as he tried
to drive by the Hawkeye pivot man for a late score.

College Scores
West Virginia 82, Richmond 73
Colorado 58, Iowa State 55
North Carolina 83, South Carolina 71
Duquesne 80, Toledo 57
Florida 74, Alabama 53
The Citadel 79, Mississippi South. 67
Clemson 86, Furman 63
Texas 64, Texas A & M 57
Vanderbilt 80, Mississippi 58
Houston 86, Lamar 'Tech 64

Halftime Score: Iowa 32, MICHIGAN
6.

26

STRACK PLEASED:
Win Gives'M' Confidence for MSU;
Zone Defense Blocks Hawkeyes' Net

dALn l r '" WLe als l U1 r.VZViA By BILL BULLARD
dinner. They also had gr.3ater
stamina in the later stages :f a It was a good time for a vic-
game than previously. tory.
However, if you thinking of go- After seven straight losses that
ing from your grocer's meat coim- dated back to a 74-62 win over
ter to a drugstore when buyingDevroDcmbr1,teW-
the evening's meal, you'd better Denver on December 11, the Wol-
forget it. Trainer Hunt comment- verines battled from behind and
ed, "This liquid diet is only worth- won their Big Ten home opener,
while before a game. Your body 56-55 over Iowa last night.
needs roughage or your stomach This was an important win for
would shrink. You couldn't live one big reason. It should give the
on a diet such as this." team confidence it will need in
So don't sell that ranch in the Michigan State game next
Texas; the steer is not on the Saturday. Coach Dave Strack dry-
way out. He'll still be around for ly commented after the game that
awhile. the victory "won't hurt us any"
Grap piers Prepare for
Top Conference Meets

when the time comes to face
Michigan State.I
Fighting Chance
Also the improved play that,
Michigan displayed if continued
next Saturday will give the Wol-,
verines a fighting chance to win.
The one bad part of the game for
the Wolverines was shooting.
Michigan made 30.8 per cent of
its shots from the floor which
was far below the 42 per cent
average against
On the positive side, Michigan's
zone defense kept the Hawkeyes
under control most of the game.
"We jammed up the middle real
well," said Coach Strack. "But we
weren't dropping back to cover."
Center Don Nelson passed back
to the outside when he was cov-
ered by Wolverines close to the
basket and often a teammate
would score.
'Stuck In There'
"We stuck in there. That's the
mark of a good team," said Strack
about the Wolverines' unwilling-
ness to give up in the final min-
utes. The score was first tied 49-
49 on Tom Cole's jump shot with
five, minutes left in the game.
Iowa made three more shots in the
game, all long jumpers by Dave
Roach while the pressure was real-
ly on Michigan to tie the game
up again. Jump shots by Doug
a

Herner, Bob Cantrell, and John
Oosterbaan tied the score and kept
the game from being lost. If any
one of them had missed their shot
it would have probably been all
over for the Wolverines.
But the clutch basket of the
evening was Tom Cole's free throw
that won the game. "I tried not
to think about it," he said.
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The Wolverine matmen will be
heading into the Ohio State meet
with four victories in five meets.
Pittsburgh deadlocked Keen's
grapplers, 13-13. Last weekend's
win over Purdue was the second in
as many Big Ten contests.
The best quote of the Boiler-
maker meet came from .a fan,
watching Purdue wrestlers crowd
around Boilermaker Dave Kinney
to protect Kinney's modesty dur-
ing a hasty timeout called for
some quick under-apparel adjust-
ments: "Now there's a REAL take-
down."

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