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TUESDAY, 19 JANUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, 19 JANUARY 1965 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Top Iowa Surprises Indiana, 74-68

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By RICK STERN tum."
The Wildcats battled the Wol-
First place-the only team Un- verines evenly on the boards, net- 3
defeated in conference play. ting only two fewer rebounds for1
It is in this enviable position the evening, but were consistent-
that Michigan finds itself follow- ly forced to take 20- to 25-foot+
ing a 90-68 win over Northwestern shots which went awry more ofteni
Saturday night. than not. Their final shooting per-1
Coach Dave Strack pointed out centage was a meager 32.4, while
yesterday that "it's still a little the victors hit for a 47.4 rate.
early to say who is in the driver's Cazzie Russell, playing in front!
seat." Strack did appear quite of his home town fans as well:
pleased about his team's play as as his family, led all scorers with
well as the circumstances which 36 points. Strack called Russell's
have seen all of the major con- performance'"a tremendous effort
tenders except for the Wolverines . .. certainly one of his greatest."+
lose at least once in the first two The coach pointed out that Cazzie
weeks of play. had a lot of help from his team-
Wolverines Trail mates, whose smart passing on;
Against Northwestern, a small several fast break maneuvers moreE
but hustling ball club, the Wol- than once gave the 6'5" junior an+
verines actually found themselves easy layup. Once Cazzie was even
trailing by as much as seven points far enough ahead of his defensive
at two separate moments during man to put through one of his
the first half. terrific dunk shots.
But, as Strack pointed out, "We Buntin Gets 17
switched defenses (into a 3-1-11 Bill Buntin ended up with 17
half court press) and from that ' points to give him a total of 47 in+
point on we picked up momen- the Wolverines first two Big Ten+

games. Russell has 66. Larry Tre-
goning added 15 points and 16 re-
bounds while George Pomey to-
taled 11. But it was 6'10" sopho-
more Craig Dill who won the hon-
ors for the strangest shot of the
night. Dill hit on an over-the-head
two-handed hook shot in the wan-
ing moments of the contest for the
first basket of his Big Ten career.
Northwestern was led by be-
spectacled Don Jackson who had
20 points. Center Jim Pitts, 6'8",
was held to five points and Strack
gave Buntin credit for "a splendid
defensive job in containing Pitts,"
although pointing out euphemis-
tically that "Pitts is not a high,
scoring center."
Strack watched Iowa play In-
diana yesterday and assistant
coach Jim Skala took charge of
practice. Before leaving, Strack
said that he was also planning
to scout the Purdue-Notre Dame
game Tuesday night and would
"not be working on anything spe-
cific" in preparation for the Boil-
ermakers until Wednesday.

-Daily-Dave Good
AGGRESSIVE LARRY TREGONING snares a rebound in the
Wolverines' 89-83 victory over Illinois this season. Illini forward
Don Freeman (1Y5) and Bill Buntin watch the Michigan captain
dominate play.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL:
NCAA Finally Accepts Free Substitution Ruling

By The Associated Presst "The only restriction on pla-
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla - , tooning is that you can't get in a
College football was returned Sun- kicking team on fourth down. Our
day to an honest, two-platoon offensive will have to go down
system that will eliminate the under punts. But this might give
freakish innovation of last sea- us even better punt coverage be-
son-the deliberate, stop-the-clock cause we've got more speed on
{foul. our offensive teams."3
Michigan Athletic Director H. Curtice Comments
0. (Fritz) Crisler, who is a life-
JIckurtrcecsidhmormanoachehej
time member of the NCAA Rules thought last year's rule was pret-
Committee, was one of the foot- ty good, except for the disgrace-
ball dignitaries present at the ful gimmicks they were forced
meeting. to use to get in defensive pla-
Three-Day Debate toons on fourth down.
After three days of debate, the
Football Rules Committee of the :-
National Collegiate Athletic As- :-,..;.
sociation adopted a substitution
rule that will permit platooning1
after the ball changes hands, be
tween periods and after any scoi e
Two substitutes may enter the
game at any time under the new s p
rule which comes very close to re-
storing the free and unlimited
substitution in effect prior to 1953.
Jack Curtice, chairman of the
American Football Coaches Rulesf
Committee, said the vote was "as
close as pressed ham" between
the rule that passed and anothert
proposal to remove all bars to
free substitution.
"I believe I can speak for coach-
es in general in saying that the
rule adopted is a fine one," Cur-
tice said.
"This comes so near to free
substitution that I don't see how
anyone could kick about it. H. 0. CRISLER
Stager Views Sophs !
In One-Sided Victoryi

That rule allowed platoon sub- ed for a 15-yard penalty only for
stitution only when the clock was deliberate ramming of the head,
stopped. Rather than squander a face or neck with the helmet.
time out, most teams took five- The higher tees will enable the
yard penalties for delay, offsides kickers to get more elevation on
or some other infractions to switch the ball and "will help the field
units before punting. goal and extra point kickers," Cur-
Except for this, committee tice said.
Chairman Ivy Williamson said the
record attendance at college games ra vy
lastryersatentgd to e pulhandr-ras assJ~J i stan a NaVy
la t y a t e t d t h o u a - po n t f t e r l . A t n a c o eto 23.3 m illio n - a five p e r cen t: F ~o o t bii a l l C o a c ht
gain over 1963 and the greatest
rise ever recorded in a single f ANNAPOLIS a - Navy an-
hyear. nounced appointment yesterday of
The committee did less tinker- Bill Elias, football coach at Vir-
ing with football rules than at ginia the past two seasons, as new
any time since 1953, when two- head a of-t4 Midies.
platoonfootball wasoutlawed in a head coachill su ieege
revolutionary move. ylasin1, Uiersity.n
eate Hardin, who resigned last month
Long ebateunder pressure in a contract dis-
But the substitution debate was pute after six years as head coach
controversial enough to keep the and four as an assistant at Navy.
members in session three days and Capt. William S. Busik, director
took up 90 per cent of their time. of athletics announced the ap-
The only other noteworthyI pointment of Elias which becomes
changes were a revision of the bru- effective immediately.
tality rule to make ramming of Last year the Cavaliers won five
any part of the body with a hel- including a 35-14 victory over
met a personal foul and eleva- Amy, lost three and tied one.
tion of kicking tees from one to He went to Virginia from a
two inches. head coaching job at George
The previous brutality rule call- Washington University.
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Big Ten Standingsj

Conference All1
Wv L Pct. WV
MICHIGAN 2 0 1.000 10
Iowa 4 1 .800 9
Illinois 3 1 .750 10
Indiana 3 2 .600 12
Minnesota 1 1 .500 9
Purdue 1 1 .500 7
Wisconsin 1 3 .250 6
Ohio State 0 2 .000 6
Michigan St. 0 2 .000 4
Northwestern 0 2 .000 4

Games
L Pet.
2 .833
5 .642
3 .769
2 .757
3 .750
4 .636
7 .462
6 .500
7 .364
8 .333

BLOOMINGTON UP) - Iowa's half and pulled within two points
Hawkeyes caught Indiana cold in at 42-40 but never caught up.
the first half, built up a lead that Iowa's Gary Olson hit five field
survived their own frigid spell in goals without a miss and dropped
the second half and upset the 10 of 13 free throws for 20 points.
Hoosiers 74-68 last night. Chris Pervall also scored 20 for
Iowa, beaten 85-76 by Indiana Iowa on 6 of 12 and 8 of 9.
I at Iowa City a week ago, raised its The Hawkeyes won on free
Big Ten basketball record to 4-1 throws, dropping 28 of 35 to In-
and took sole possession of second diana's 18 of 22. Iowa hit 23 of
place behind Michigan. 46 shots from the field, Indiana
Indiana, ranked fifth in the na- 25 of 68.
tion, dropped to fourth place in The Hoosiers had to play with-
the conference at 3-2. out Jon McGlocklin, who tore a
The Hawkeyes shot .536 from ligament at Ohio State Saturday
the field in the first half to and was on crutches. Iowa's
Indiana's .276 and had a 34-20 George Peeples missed most of the
halftime lead. The Hoosiers got first half after injuring his nose
back in the game by scoring the in a fall, but came back for the
first nine points of the second second half.
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The Hawkeyes, practically dis-
counted by the experts at the start
of the season, began their upsurg"s
this year in the Los Angeles Clas-
sic when they finished in third
place, dropping Minnesota in the
consolation game.
Peeples, along with Pervall, has
been the mainstay of the Hawkeye
attack this season and was miiss-
ed by the Hawks following his in-
jury in the first half.
Peeples, a junior center from
Ecorse, Mich., was the third-high-
est scorer on the Iowa squad last
season. His improved play this year
was recognized in the Los An-
geles Classic where he was named
to the All-Tournament team.

SCORES
Iowa 74, Indiana 68
Butler 80, Bradley 74
Nebraska 88, Iowa State 77
Ohio University 106, Florida
Southern 71
Houston 108, Texas Christian 87
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By LYNN METZGER
"I was able to see what some
of the new sophomores could do,"
commented Coach Gus Stager yes-
terday about last Saturday's meet
a with Purdue.
Michigan's tankers outswam the
Boilermakers 76-29 in a very one-
sided affair. The Wolverines fin-
ished first in 10 of 11 events. In
the event that they did not fin-
ish first, a Michigan swimmer,
swimming exhibition, paced the
other entrees.
Stager was especially pleased
with. the times posted by back-
stroker Rees Orland and freestyl-
er Tom Williams. Orland set a
personal backstroke record in win-
ning the 200-yard race. Williams
swam the 500-yard freestyle, a
new event for him, as he set a
personal record.
Kingery Wins
Russ Kingery, who finished first
in the 200-yard individual med-
ley, was not in excellent physical
health but still came out on top.
Stager was also quite satisfied
in the way Bill Spann swam in
winning the 200-yard butterfly.
Purdue star Harry Wickens did
not participate in the meet. At this
time he is academically ineligible.
Wickens holds almost all of the
individual Purdue records and his
competing might have altered the
score.
Stager was not completely sat-
isfied with the times of all the
swimmers, but he said, "It's hard
to get good times with little com-
petition. The first real test will
come this Saturday when we will
be matched against a really tough
Michigan State team."
Show Depth
Saturday's meet did prove one
thing: the Michigan tankers have
more depth then Stager anticipat-
ed early in the season. This depth
might play an important factor in
the Wolverine quest to win the
Big Ten championship.
Sickness is still hovering over
Matt Mann Pool as several of the

swimmers are suffering from mi-
nor throat ailments and flu. The
physical shape of the team will,
of course, play an important part
in the performances of the swim-
mers against the Spartans.
Since the captain of the team,
Ed Bartsch, did not go on the trip,
senior Lanny Reppert was made
acting captain. Reppert was not
officially entered in any of the
events but he swam in exhibition
and finished first in the 200-yard
breaststroke, the one event Michi-
gan did not- take an official first
in.
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Wednesday, Jan. 20-8-10 a.m.; 8-
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Thursday, Jan. 21-10 a.m.-12 noon.
Saturday, Jan. 23-10:30 a.m.-12:30
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Sunday, Jan. 24-3-5 p.m.

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