THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY,FEBRU
NU Defeats 'M' Cag ers, 62-61
Thinclads Mak Turn-Around
Guard Marty Riessen was foul-
ed and missed his first shot on a
one-and-one foul situation.
Michigan took the ball down-
court and John Harris put a jump-
er through the hoop to make the
score, 63-62. There were nine sec-
onds left and the Wolverines foul-
ed Riessen again. This time he had
two shots and missed them both.
The ball was passed down the
court to Cole who drove down
the baseline in a smart maneuver.
It appeared that Cole would eith-
er make the lay-up or draw a
foul. But as he went up to make
the shot, he was hindered enough
by several Northwestern players
that he missed tle shot. The re-
bound was handled momentarily
by Buntin and finally reached
At this point the buzzer sound-
ed, ending the game. No foul was
called against Northwestern on
Cole's drive despite protests to the
referee by the Wolverine players.
Michigan had fallen behind at
halftime 33-25 and' after several
minutes of the second half was
down 39-27. But the Wolverines
battled to within five points when
Coach Dave Strack took all his
starters out of the game except
Buntin at 12:30. He substituted
Tom Ludwig, John Oosterbaan,
Larry Tregoning, and George Pom-
ey for his regulars. With Ooster-
baan scoring six points on jump
shots the Wolverines tied the score
at 50-50 at 8:27.
Ludwig made the 'score 50-48
when he stole the ball from Falk
and raced the length of the court
to make the lay-up.
In the first half, neither team
could build up more than a three-
'point margin until Northwestern
broke away from Michigan in the
last four minutes to take a 33-25
Strack called a time out at 6:55
with the Wolverines leading 22-
21. But after play resumed Michi-
gan still was frustrated in its ef-
forts to pull decisively ahead.
Coach Bill Rohr had substitut-
ed three fresh players into the
lineup during the time-out and one
of them-sophomore Don Jackson
-proved to be too much to handle.
Jackson scored three baskets on
jump shots and tipped another in
to pace his team's scoring splurge.
Another late starter, Captain
Bill Gibbs, pumped in the other
two NU baskets in this period.
Michigan's last basket of the
half came at 3:35 when Larry Tre-
goning completed a high, arching
pass to Buntin under the boards.
Buntin made the lay-up but from
then on the Wolverines were held
Northwestern had greater ac-
curacy from the floor in the first
half. NU shot 38 per cent to Mich-
igan's 30 per cent. In addition,
the Wildcats outrebounded the
Wolverines 28-26. Buntin led the
rebounders and scorers for both
teams in the first half. He had
nine grabs off the boards and 11
points. Cantrell had nine points to
take second place scoring honors.
By CHARLIE TOWLE
"Will the real Michigan track
team please stand up," is a re-
quest local track fans might be
making after the performance of
the Wolverine cindermen in the
past two weeks.
NEW YORK ( ) - Loyola of
Chicago, second-ranked team in
the nation with a 21-1 record,
headed a list of eight teams chos-
en at large yesterday to compete
in the silver anniversary National
Collegiate Athletic Association
Loyola was chosen to open first
round competition in the Mid-East
Others picked by sections in-
EAST - New York University
MIDWEST - Colorado State
University 16-4, Texas Western
15-5 and Oklahoma City 15-7.
FAR WEST - Seattle 17-4, Ore-
gon State 14-6 and Utah 'State
The selections left only three at-
large spots to be filled in the tour-
nament bracket, which will in-
clude conference champions who
are automatically qualified.
These teams' will compete in
first round eliminations beginning
at various sites March 9 and March
Meanwhile, the National Invita-
tion Tournament announced two
teams - Miami of Florida and
Providence - had accepted bids
for the rival event March 14-23
at Madison Square Garden. Miami
has a 19-4_record
G F T
6 1-3 13
1 2-2 4
8 5-8 21
5 2-3 12
I 0-0 2
1 0-1 2
0 0-0 0
1 0-0 2
an 3 0-0 6
26 10-17 62
G F T
3 3-4 9
1 0-2 2
1 1-1 3
8 7-8 23
4 4-7 12
0 0-0 0
2 0-0 4
5 0-2 10
24 15-24 63
AN 25 37-62
WESTERN 33 30--63
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