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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 9 FEBRI

PAGE SIX THE MIChIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 9 FEBR

UARY 1965
.6

By LLOYD GRAF
Michigan used a claw
defense to fluster and fru
status-seeking Iowa tee
night, 81-66, denying thei
first place in the Big Ten
Michigan remains in fi
a 6-0 record.-
The game was won ins

Defense.
F Wolverines held Iowa scoreless and med the ba
ng zone racked up 19 points themselves if he want
astrate a near the end of the first half. For the Yost b
am last eight miiutes and fourteen sec- H
r bid for onds Michigan vacumm-packed After ti-
the Iowa five in a zone that would the lead t
[rst with have kept coffee fresh. As Coach it, but a sc
Dave Strack said after the game eye team
"defense won it and I'm afraid they were
a furious you'd have to say it was ours."'yever got
1 as the Chris Pervall popped a jumper but the sI
for two of his 16 points at 11:13 St. Johnsd
l of the first half and Iowa was not until theh
igs to see its score change until 2:59 game whe
L pct when Dennis Pauling hit for his The pla
1.000 only field goal of the game. The handedlyk
.813 score .went from 20-15, Iowa, to with 26 p
.813
713 34-20, Michigan, Cazzie Russell obstrusives
.667 accounting for six of \the points Jones xwhc
.333 with stuff shots. On one of them stringer o
.3 he took off from the free throw team, Carv
167 line and floated like a whooping a senior
000 crane up to the basket, then ram- only averag

Clips

Hawkeye

Wings,

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flurry of brute
Big Ten

basketbal
Standi

all through the hoop as But sometime in the last two
ed to put a hole through years he has become a ballplayer.
boards underneath. A sportswriter in the press box who
Haunting Ghost has watched him play all season
he Wolverines assumed predicts "Gerry Jones will be a
they never relinquished , superstar by his senior year. The
rapping, hustling Hawk- boy has the natural moves to be
never let them forget great and Ralph Miller will make
in a ball game. Iowa , him great."
closer than eight points, Jones Outplays Caz
pecter of Nebraska and | If Gerry Jones didn't look like
didn't let Michigan relax a superstar last night he fared
last two minutes of the well against old teammate Caz
n the team led 73-61. Russell. Jones outscored him by
yer who almost single- seven, blocked three of his shots
kept Iowa in the game, and outrebounded Cazzie 11-5.
points was a thin, un- I It was his best game of the
sophomore named Gerry ' season offensively," said Miller af-
o used to be a second terwards. He played it before his
n Cazzie's high school father and old coach who led an
ver of Chicago. Even as aggregation which included Caz-
with Cazzie gone Jones
ged seven points a game.
___- E.I)I Lea-

zie's family up from Chicago. still could not outrebound stubborn
But if the game was a reunion 'Iowa. The Hawkeyes picked off 45
for Russell and Jones it was also to Michigan's 42. It was a dif-
an emergence for one Craig Dill ferent story from the free throw
who was thrown into the melee line as Iowa hit a poor 50 per cent
when Bill Buntin got into foul while Michigan notched 17 of 24.
trouble and Larry Tregoning got The Wolverines hit at 47.7 clip
tired. Dill didn't just get lost in from the field to the Hawks' 45
the action, he carved out 11 points per cent.
for himself making 7 out of 8 from "We made more bad passes to-
the free throw line, night than we've made in the last
Toward the end of the game eight weeks." said the crew-cutted
Michigan had a team in the game Miller, in his freshman year at
of Buntin, Oliver Darden, George Iowa after coming from Wichita.
Pomey, Russell and Dill which He wasn't making excuses when
meant a total of 33 feet of basket- .he said it, he was lauding Michi-
ball players, or 6'7" a man, the ' gan's defense.
tallest combination that Strack "You've got to praise George
has ever used in a game situation. Pomey for his defensive work out
Michigan may have been taller there. He was all over the court
than a tribe of Watusis, but it keeping them off balance," said
Strack with the hoarseness that
reflected a rugged game.
1 iBut it wasn't just Pomey who

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MICHIGAN 6 0
Illinois 5 1
Minnesota 5 l
Iowa 5 2
Indiana 4 2
Northwestern. 2 4
Ohio'.State 4
Purdue I 5
Wisconsin 1 5
Michigan State 0 6

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By The Associated Press
Michigan was ranked number
one by the Associated Press for
the second-straight week in the
college basketball poll, collecting
23 first place votes and 346 points.
The Wolverines, currently sport-
ing a 14-2 record, were not sched-
uled last week. They lead second
place UCLA by 37 points.
Placing three teams among the
top ten, the Big Ten Conference
was well represented. Illinois re-
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threw Iowa's renowned "pressure
basketball" back into the Hawk-
placed San Francisco in the num- eye's faces. The entire Michigan
ber-ten spot in the rankings while defense harassed the Iowa 1-3-1
Indiana, with a 13-2 mark, drop- offense ito errors. The Iowa stra-
ped from seventh to eighth in the tegy was to pass the ball around
poll. The Hoosiers whipped Loyola until it could get the ball to Per-
of Chicago in last week's action by vall at the high post or George
a score of 109-82. Peepels in the low. The Michigan
Top Six Win zone smothered those two so ef-
There were no changes in the fectively that the burden shifted
first six positions with Michigan to Jones on the outside.
and UCLA being followed by St. As one spectator said to Jones'
Joseph's, Pa., Providence, David- father after the game, "Gerry
son and Duke. couldn't do it all by himself out
Vanderbilt, t h e Southeastern there." His father didn't answer,
Conference pace-setter, advanced but somebody standing near him
two notches to seventh by down- replied. "No, but he tried."
ing Tulane last. week, 85-67, to
boost its record to 15-2.
Wichita dropped from eighth to
ninth in the rankings. The Shock- MICHIGAN
ers won their fifteenth game G F R PT
against three setbacks turning Tregoning 4-8 1-3 2 3 9
bak t Lus,7-6.Darden 5-11 2-3 7, 5 12
back St. Louis, 72-64. Buntin 9-16 1-1 12 5 19
St. Joseph's barely. managed to{ Russell 8-16 3-3 5 3 19
nip out Providence for the third- Pomey 3-6 3-6 3 0 9
place spot. The Hawks garnered Myers 1-5 7-8 3 212
276 points and three first-place Thompson 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
votes to the Friars' 265. St. TOTALS 32-67 17-24 42 21 81
Joseph's -has a 19-1 mark with its IOWA
only setback at the hands of Pro- Jones 1-23 4 5
vidence. Last week the Hawks de- Olson 2-5 1-4 5 2 5
feated Georgetown. D.C., 80-72, reeples 5-10 3-7 10 5 13
and Wake Forest, 117-91. Rodgers 2-7 0-0 5 3 4
Pervall 6-12 4-8 7 3 16
Still Undefeated Pauling 1-3 0-0 0 2 2
Providence remains the nation's TOTALS 27-60 12-24445 17 66
only undefeated major college IOWA 32 34-66
team. The Friars at 16-0 whipped
DePaul 72-70 and Niagara 74-55.
Davidson continued to roll 1Boston Coach
along, edging Virginia Military
84-78 and smashing George Wash- 1
ington 119-83. Davidson now has Pr ise 8 e
an 18-1 mark.
The Top Ten, figured on a 10-9-8-7- BOSTON ()- Olympian, All-
6-5-4-3-2-1- basis, with first place votes American; Rhodes Scholar Bill
in parentheses, won - lost records Bradley of Princeton can play
through Saturday, Feb. 6, and total basketball. But what does Red
points:!Aebcthnofim
1.MICHIGAN (23) 13-2 346 Auerbach think of him?
2. UCLA (5) 16-2 309 Considered a pretty fair judge
3. St. Joseph's, Pa. (3) 19-1 276 of talent, the boss of the Boston
t4. Providence ('7) 16-04 265 Celtics says:
5. Davidson 18( )0 "Make the NBA? Are you kid-
6. Duke 13-2 108
.Vanderbit 15-. ding? Bradley could go right in
8. Indiana 13-2 100 i and be one of the better ones. It
9. Wichita 14-3 99 would be just a question of how
10. Illinois 12-3 36 great he would be,' not would he
Other teams receiving votes, listed al -grahewudbntolde
phabetically: Brigham Young, Connecti- make it?
cut, Iowa, Miami of Ohio, Minnesota, "He's got fantastic hands, good
New Mexico, North Carolina State, vision and he's not hungry. He's
Oklahoma State, Penn State, St. John's, really an All-Ameica boy, no kid-
N.Y., San Francisco, Tennessee, Vii- a an
lanova.- ding.

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-Dally-Kamalakar Rao
CAZZIE RUSSELL AND GERRY JONES, former high school
teammates, go up against each other in last night's 81-66 Michi-
gan victory over Iowa. Cazzie tied with Bill Buntin for team
scoring honors with 19 each, but Jones led everyone with 26.
COLLEGE ROUNDUP
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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON-Indiana beat
Michigan State 112-94 last night
in spite of some fancy shooting
by the Spartans' Marcus Sanders
and Stan Washington.
The victory kept the Hoosiers'
alive in the Big Ten basketball!
race at 4-2 and gave them a 14-2
season record. Michigan State was
pushed deeper into the conference
cellar at 0-6.
Sanders scored 32 points, hit-
ting 14 of 23 shots froip the field,
including 9 of 12 in the second
half, and 4 of 9 free throws. Wash-
ington, who did not start but got
into the game early, hit 12 of 18
and 4 of 6 for 28 points.
Indiana hit 49 of 87 shots.
Michigan State made good 40 of
75 but never could catch up after
falling 12-2 behind in the first 21/2
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minutes. Indiana had a 58-46 half=
time advantage.
Dick VanArsdale led the Hoosiers
with 23 points. Brother Tom, and
Steve Redenbaugh scored 20.
* * *
Illini Win
COLUMBUS-Illinois broke open
a tight basketball game with 12
straight points in the second half
last night to down Ohio State, 86-
71, and remain in contention- for
the Big Ten title.
The Illini were trailing 49-48
when senior guard Tal Brody and
center Skip Thoren sparked a
drive that put them safely in front
60-49 with 10 minutes to play.
Thoren led all scorers with 27
points and Brody finished with
24. Don Freeman had 20 for the
visitors.
The victory was the fifth in
six conference starts for the Il-
lini. Their season record is 13-3.
Ohio State, paced by Ron Sepic's
19 points, dropped to 2-4 in the
conference and 8-8 for the season.
Illinois led by as much as 15
points in the first half, when it
shot 61 per cent from the field.
SCOUES
Indiana 112, Michigan State 94
Illinois 86, Ohio State 71
Notre Dame 94, Butler 72
Bradley 85, Cincinnati 69
Detroit 78, Chicago Loyola 76
Davidson 103, West Virginia 80
Toledo 74, Portland 65
Miami, o., 97, Xavier 68
Duquesne 75, Wichita 72
Kansas 71, Missouri 60
Vanderbilt 96, LSU 85
Kentucky 74, Miss. State 56

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