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January 07, 1965 - Image 13

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St. John 's Rallies to Edge Cagers "
UCLA Caers Gai5ToSot-
(Contnued from Page 1) Russell was tied up with 45 sec- mnds to play. John Thompso's{ time lead which grew to a 77-

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The Wolverines pulled away in
the second half. Russell scored 10
points in tour minutes, working
from both outside and from the
low post. George Pomey, who
started in place of Oliver Darden,
added a three-point play and Bill
Buntin collected four quick points.
With 9:36 to play, the Michigan
lead was 68-52.
Forced To Press
The Redmen were forced to em-
ulate the full court press the Wol-
verines were utilizing. Michigan,
trying to slow down the pace,
made mistakes in the stretch drive.
Ken McIntyre of St. John's made
four straight jump shots to fin-
ally tie the score at 70-70 with
2:27 to play. At this point the
roof came down; the whole house
was rooting for an upset, and
eight girl cheerleaders, seven boy
cheerleaders, two "Redmen" in
full garb, a drum beater, and a
trumpet player led the St. John's
fans into hysteria.
Russell, who led all scorers
with 24 points, threw in a free
mi throw. But 'Dove, who ended up
with 23 points and 18 rebounds,
hit from underneath to put the
Redmen ahead 72--71. Buntin tied
the score with a foul shot but
Jerry Houston drove in for a lay-
up to put the Redmen ahead 74-
72 with 1:30 to play.
Play for One
Coach Dave Strack then gave
the sign to play for one shot but
lini Ca ers
Pace Big Ten
Coach Harry Combes' Illinois
quintet invades Yost Field House
Saturday after ruining Indiana's
perfect record, 86-81, Monday
The Illini have a 2-0 conference
mark and are 9-2 for the season.
Their other victory was over Wis-
consin, which lost to Iowa 92-62,
in the only other Big Ten game
played thus far.
Indiana, which went into the
Illinois contest with a 9-0 record,
wa ranked second behind UCLA
' .in the AP' Poll.
Hoosiers Rally
The Hoosiers trailed the Illini
43-33 at halftime, but rallied to
tie the score at 73-73 in the clos-
ing minutes of the contest. Skip
Thoren sparked the Illini rally in
the final minutes, engineering an
k eight-point drive that clinched the
Illlini playmaker Tal Brody led
all scorers with 23 points with
Thoren scoring 21 and Bogie Red-
mon adding 20. Ron Peyser and
Jon McGlocklin paced the Hoos-
iers with 19 points apiece.
In order to win the contest, the
Illini had to overcome two major
factors - the injury to senior
guard Bill McKeown and the In-
diana zone press.
McKeown Injured
McKeown fractured his wrist in
Illinois' loss to St. Joseph's in the
semi-finals of the Quaker City
tournament. Junior Jim Vopicka
replaced McKeown at guard and
fouled out of the Indiana game
after scoring three points.
The Indiana zone press, led by
Tom and Dick' VanArsdale, had
forced opponents to make an av-
erage of 25 turnovers per game.
Hoosier coach Branch McCracken
last employed this press in 1951
when his team finished second to
Illinois in the Big Ten.

onds left. Michigan won the jump
and Russell was called for an of-
fensive foul, his fifth. St. John's
took the ball out and Poiney
was soon called for an intentinnal
foul. Houston of St. John's made
one of the two shots to make the
score 75-72. With 23 seconds to
play, Pomey tipped in a bucket.
and the score became 75-74.-
The Redmen took out the ball,
but Michigan was again called for
an intentional foul. Dove nissed
the two shots, and the Wolver-
ines had the ball with seven aec-

all-or-nothing last shot was ilock-
ed, and St. John's won 75-74.
More than one of New York's
sportswriters the next day made
mention of the referees' "bit of
'M' Does ItI
What St. John's was to do in
the finals, Michigan did to Prince-
ton in the semis. The Tigers, led
by All-American Bill Bradley who
scored 41 points in the Michiga
game and 110 points in three
games to cop the tournament's
MVP award, had a 39-37 half-

63 bulge with 4:37 to go wheniB The Associated Press
Bradley fouled out,
Without Bradley the Tigers fell In one of the most unpredict-
apart and Michigan finally came :able basketball seasons in recent
alive. In the last four minutes, the years, the Wolverine basketball
Wolverines scored 17 points to the squad has dropped to third place
Tigers' one. Princeton threw the and defending champ UCLA has
ball away twice, committed an recaptured the top spot in the
offensive foul, and had the ball latest edition of the ever-chang-
stolen twice in the last minutes. ing Associated Press poll.
George Pomey's two quick baskets, This week's major shake-ups
a jumper by Myers and one by include the disappearance of three{
Russell, made the score 78-76 in teams listed in the previous rat-
favor of Princeton with one mm- ings, scrambling the order of al-
ute left. A jumper by John most every team in the top ten,
Thompson tied the score at 78
with 51 seconds to play.

and the listing of only one unde-
feated team in this elite group.
Michigan's demotion was due to
its upset 75-74 loss at the hands
of St. John's in the finals of the
New York Holiday Festival.
The Redmen moved up to the
number seven spot, and for the
first time this year the Wolver-
ines did not receive a single first
place vote.
Top Again
The red-hot UCLAns downed
two previously undefeated teams
to advance to the number one spot.
The Bruins outran Minnesota
and then clobbered Utah to win
their second straight Los Angeles
Classic. UCLA has now won nine
in a row this year.
The Gophers also lost to Big Ten
rival Iowa in a non-conference
game to drop them from their
number three position.


Cazzie Steals Ball
Cazzie Russell then stole the
ball and with 36 seconds left
played for one shot which he
made good to win the game 80-
78. Russell, although scoring only
six points in the first half, ledl
Michigan with 27 while Buntin
added 24.
In the first round, Manhattan
held its own against Michigan for
the first 10 minutes at which 1
time the Jaspers led 24-20. But
Russell then went on a shooting-1
driving-rebounding-passing ram-
page, andeMichigan soon forged
into the lead and emerged with
a 45-39 halftime lead,
Russell, who scored 36 points
in the game, was given high
praise by the Manhattan Coach
Ken Norton who said, "Russell re-
minds me of Elgin Baylor but
with more movement and a great

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would like to recognize the following accomplishments:
Volleyball Tournament-Hunt House and Zeta Tau Alpha
Basketball Tournament-Bush House, Elliott House, and
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Speed Swim Club placed first in the National Intercollegiate
Swimming Meet held at Kent, Ohio, December 5th.
Field Hockey and Tennis Clubs have competed in extramural matches
Inter-House Swim Meet-Collegiate Sororis and Gamma Phi Beta
High Scorer--Cindy Osgood
would like to call attention to the following events:
Dance Concert-February 26 & 27, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Crop and Saddle Horseshow-March 14, 3 P.M., Stoney Ridge Stables
Michifish Watershow-April 1, 2, 3, 8:15, Women's Pool
Basketball Club starts January 7th, 5:10, Barbour Gym
Thursday Nights:
At the Women's Athletic Building: Fencing-Rifle-Bowling
At Barbour Gymnasium: Badminton
Friday Nigths:
At the Women's Athletic Building: Folk Dance Club, 7:30
At IM Building: Co-Rec activities
OPEN HOUR for Women Students at Barbour Gymnasium,
Tuesday nights, 7:30-9:30


The Wolverines widened the gap -finest quality laundry-
in the second half and won han-
dily, 90-77. Larry Lembo led the
losers with 23 points, Suis 1.15
The tournament all-star e,,n
included two Michigan pla S :
Bill Buntin and Cazzie Russell, AN
who was a unanimous selection.
They were joined by Bradley of
Princeton, Dove of St. Johh's, and 312 E. Huron
Dave Bing of Syracuse. Larry Tre- across from City Hail
goning of Michigan earned a sec- 668 -950
and-team berth.,-
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BIG BILL BUNTIN fires a sweeping hook shot over All-American
Dave Stallworth in the Wolverines' 87-85 victory over Wichita in
Detroit's Cobo Hall. The 6'7" center scored 22 points and pulled
down eight rebounds in the Michigan win.
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