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February 15, 1961 - Image 6

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eCn-0r~c !C I Maentz Key to Wolverine Win TONIGHT


cond half.) Against State he was
determined and wouldn't let him-
self give out. He seemed to get
stronger near the finish, as did
the whole team, and that's why we
Key Role
Strack indicated that Maentz
also played a key role in keeping
the team together against the
Spartans as he stationed himself
at mid-court in an attempt to
riddle MSU's full court press. Des-
pite some bad passes the strategy
worked as the Wolverines con-
nected for several easy baskets
with Maentz hitting the one that
put an end to the last minute
State rally that had cut the Michi-
gan lead to three points.
He also hit the first half basket
that gave Michigan a lead it never
lost and made a third one that
gave the Wolverines their biggest
margain of the game early in the
second half.
These three baskets were among
the eight that Maentz made on
only 16 attempt, which prompted
Strack to add, "Scotty has a quick
pair of hands and a soft touch
under the basket."
Outside Shooting
To compliment his inside shoot-
ing talents Maentz can shoot from
"out" as a surprised MSU team
learned Monday. Three or more of
his baskets came from outside
shots, mostly long one-handers.
To what does Strack attribute
this late surge of Maentz?
"Scott had to come along slowly
as it takes a while for, a football
player to get his basketball legs.
Then after a couple of good games
he was hampered by that ankle
and now he finally seems to .be
reaching his potential."
"He certainly has given us a
lift, and last night proved to him-
self what he can do. The two pre-
vious games, however, show that
he's not a flash in the pan. He
worked up to that State perfor-
mance and it was the culmination
of a season long effort.
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