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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1964

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1964

BEGIN NEXT SPRING:
Reveal Plans for

Michigan Starts Cage Season as King

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By SCOTTiBLECH The increased capacity at other
Cornstruction of the University presentations will be due primar-
Contrutiodngf, a $4.9 million ily to the addition of seats on the
Events Buildinga$9miio sieoftebktalfor .
project, should begin in February the basketball floor.
or March according to Athletic The telescopic stands will con-I
Director H. O. (Fritz) Cridler. sist of tiers two feet in width
The tructur 0 houldb C m- which can expand from its wall
heted by Due sb1966oe ca- fixture to the sides of the basket-
p b ece r or anu- ball floor.
ary 1967. The floor will be approximately
Crisler commented on the build- square in shape. The regulation-
ing plans after their approval at size basketball floor will have two
Friday's Regents' meeting. "The practice courts perpendicular to
structure will have 14,000 perma- and overlapping it. These courts
nent seats, approximately 1,000 of will be used for basketball and
which are of the telescope type," tennis. By dividing into thirds the
Crisler noted. "The majority of combined width of the two courts,
the Permanent seats will be sim- six badminton or volleyball courts
ilar to those found in a theater will be made available.
as they will be individual chairs The building will be located im-
with arms." mediately east of Michigan Stad-
Seating in Concourse ium. It will be 70 feet south of
A concourse will run around the the south steps outside the stad-
oval interior half-way up. The ium and 50 feet east of the stad-j
concourse will have 20 rows of ium fence.
seats above it and 20 below. Ap- The architectural firm of Ken-
proximately 500 seats may be neth Black and Associates 'of
placed in the concourse for addi- Lansing, and Dan Dworsky of Los
tional seating. Crisler expects the Angeles have been working with
arena to seat about 15,000 for University architects in finalizing
basketball games with a larger the plans so that construction can
capacity possible for other events. begin.
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By TOM WEINBERG
First by the first.
But this year it is not first by
the first of January, like last
year's signs at Yost Field House.
This season it's first in the na-
tional basketball ratings by the
first of December, before the
Michigan Wolverines ever play a
game. o
As one national magazine has
it, "Mighty Michigan is ol top'
even before it begins and has to
beat down the challenge of the
whole league."
Last year's co-champions of the
Big Ten with Ohio State and a
third-place finisher in the na-
tional tournament, the Wolverines
and Coach Dave Strack look to an
improved season.
Improvement
"Every aspect of our team
should be better," he said yester-
day. "Every player has improved
and we should be tougher, smarter
and better defensively."
The nazional prominence doesn't
bother Strack-"After all, we don't
fool anybody. We've got good pros-
pects and nobody can disagree
with that."
But Strack, now in his fifth
season as head coach, is quick
to point out that "the ratings
won't affect our play. We proved
last year that we can perform
under pressure, and this year

everyone-both the coaches and
players-will be used to the pres-
sure."t
Bill and Cazzie
The ability of the two Wolverine1
All-Americans, Bill Buntin and
Cazzie Russell, to rise to any oc-
casion was well proven last year
as the two led the team all the,
way to the semi-finals of the
NCAA tournament before being1
eliminated by Duke.
Buntin was chosen the most
valuable player in the NCAA re-
gional at Minnesota, and Russell,1
despite a painful ankle injury,
was chosen on the all-star squad
at the finals in Kansas City.
Buntin and Russell, of course,,
form the nucleus of the Michigan
squad, but as' Strack points out,
"we've got 10 kids who are all
fine players."

Tregoning and Darden Return
Captain Larry Tregoning and
Oliver Darden return as starting
forwards, and the guard slot oc-
cupied by Bob Cantrell last year
remains the only questionable
starting position.
"We're starting this season more
or less where we left off last
year," S.rack explained in his
office. By that he means that
John Clawson has the first crack
at the fifth starting spot.
Clawson finished last season as
the second guard replacement, be-
hind now-graduated Doug Herner.
He has been working out with the
first team through the first 10
days of practice this year.
Clawson's potential as a shooter
and his 6'4" height give him the
first crack, butthe coach is very
pleased with both junior John
Thompson and senior Tom Lud-
wig.
"I think that the competition

we have for positions is a very,
healthy thing," Strack points out I
"Actually we're flexible at every
position. Craig Dill, George Pomey
and Jimmy Meyers have all looked
very good so far and they'll all
help out the ball club. Naturally,
we'll always build around Buntin
and Russell, but every player'
knows that he can't slump very
long and not be replaced."
Strack is quite pleased with
Dill's progress this season. "He's
certainly improved already, and
should get even better as the
season progresses, he says re-
ferring to the 6'10" sophomore.
"He's been shooting very well, he's
fast, and looks like he'll be able
to do a good job under the boards."
The team has been practicing
since Oct. 15, and Strack is quite
happy with the way it has gone.
The first full-fledged scrimmage
was last Friday and another is

scheduled for this Friday after- Nov. 24-Michigan Freshmen
noon. Dec. 1-Ball State
Ten Preconference Games 5-Duke
The Wolverines have ten games 9-Indiana State
in December before the Big Ten 12-Nebraska
season gets under way. The annual 14-Wichita (Cobo Hall)
gamewit thefrehmenis ess 23-Butler
game with the freshmen is less Dec. 28-Jan. 2-Holiday Festival
than a month away. Friday night Madison Square
intrasquad scrimmages will start Jan. 9--Illinois
in a few weeks. 16-Northwestern
The Madison Square Garden 26-Michigan State
Holiday Festival is scheduled to 30--Purdue
begin Dec. 28, when the Wolverines Feb. 8-Iowa
13--Michigan State
face Manhattan in the opener. 15-Indiana
There's a possibility that the Blue 20-Ohio state
will face some of the top-rated 23-Minnesota
Eastern teams in Syracuse, St. 27-Ilinois
'Mar. 2-Wisconsin
Johns, Princeton and the Mis- . 6-Minnesota
souri Valley's Cincinnati. 8-Ohio state
Below is the full schedule for. *TV.
the 1964-65 season: §-Tentative TV.

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UP, DOWN, AND CHALK UP one more rebound for 6'7" Bill
Buntin, standout Michigan eager for two years. Buntin, a senior
from Detroit, grabbed 178 rebounds in conference play last sea-
son, good for third place in the Big Ten.

MICHIGAN STANDOUT CAZZIE RUSSELL scores one of the
260 field goals which he put through as a sophomore last season.
Russell, who averaged nearly 25 points per game last year; will
play a major role in the Wolverines' bid for a second con-
secutive Big Ten championship.

GRID SELECTIONS

CAPTAIN LARRY TREGONING grasps rebound in last year's
conference game against Indiana. Michigan's Cazzie Russell and
Indiana's Jon McGlocklin look on. Tregoning distinguished him-
self as an aggressive rebounder and dogged defender last season.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB
presents:
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and
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"No, I don't have any secret formula," commented last week's
esoteric Grid Picks winner, W. J. Rollman of 816 Hill St. in an
exclusive phone interview early this morning.
"I just remember to circle only one team, and I have generally
found it to be true that either the home or the visiting team wins,"
added the elated winner candidly. Rollman also finds it helpful to
turn in his entry blank by midnight Friday since late entry blanks
are pasted on the Sports Staff bulletin board and thus subjected to
ridicule by various members of the staff.
Though he never won first prize in the Irish Sweepstakes, Rollman
concedes that his two tickets to the Michigan Theatre, now showing
"Kisses For My President," is far better because it limits his tax
worries.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. N'wstrn. at MICHIGAN (score) 11. Missouri at Nebraska
2. Illinois at Purdue 12. Navy vs. Notre Dame
3. Ohio State at Iowa 13. Oregon State vs. Stanford
4. Minnesota at Indiana 14. Washington at USC
5. Michigan State at Wisconsin 15. SMU at Texas
6. Arizona at Air Force ' 16. Pittsburgh at Syracuse
7. UCLA at California 17. Kentucky at West Virginia
8. Georgia Tech at Duke 18. Baylor at TCU
9. Iowa State at Army 19. Oklahoma at Colorado
10. Kansas at Kansas State 20. Florida State at Houston
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