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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For Victory at Duke

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By RICK STERN bounders in the country." were relieved by Strack with 9:55 Cazzie can do so much that he's 46.3 per cent of their field goal
vutrebounding an undermanned Having an equally devastating left in the game, it was 72-44. I just got to be the best." attempts, sparked by Captain By TOM WEINBERG
M iur tea 62 32 theMichan effect on the contest was the Perhaps the most exciting mo- Vanatta is on the United Press Tregoling who hit on six out of
Missor ea 2-2 the Mcg Wolverine fast break attack. No ments of the game came during a International coaches' board which nine for twelve points. The Wol Coach Dave Strack called the
Wolverines had no trouble rolling fewer than five times, 6' junior short stretch early in the second votes each week on the top ten verines made 15 of 21 free throw game at Duke too early for such
up a 91-61 victory last night, guard John Thompson broke half when the Wolverine starters teams in the country. "I voted attempts, as Russell and Clawson plase te Ws auit-
they convincingly asserted their loose all alone for a lay-up. manufactured five quick baskets. for Michigan both times this year each hit four-for-four. Missouri s
number one ranking. Coach Dave Strack was pleased Darden hit on a 20-foot jumper as the best ... I know they were had a field goal percentage of 40 % ity to meet the Blue Devils' second
With Bill Buntin leading the with the performance after the and seconds later Russell put in great and what happened tonight and connected on 17 of 27 free halfMchallenge Saturday night.
way with 15 rebounds and 14 game, explaining that Missouri one of his patented dunks. didn't show me anything I didn't throw attempts. Michigan held a 12-point half-
points, the Wolverines showed a "tried to stop the fast break at- expect." time lead and had expanded it to
Tbeforeothewcollapsinghzone-press
slim Yost Field House crowd of tack on the boards . . ." but were 13 before the collapsing zone-press
3850 their awesome strength and unsuccessful and thus found Russell when Larry Tregoning Statistics showed after the game C of the Blue Devils began to give
depth. themselves caught flat-footed popped in a 25-footer. Five sec- that the Wolverines connected on MISSOUR the Wolverines s o m e serious
Russell Notches 12 many times. onds later, Tregoning had the ball ---s-es - 4 F R P T trouble.
mntie.Monsees f 4-8 1-3rube
Myers ulledagain and once more, his aim was
Jim Myers pulled the boards 10 "Thompson has now put two Flamank f 5-10 4-6 9 5 14 But, the Wolverines showed the
times and added eight tallies, good games back to back,"added pn Early c -6 3-4 3 1 7 highly-partisan crowd and observ-
while Ollie Darden had nine re- Strack referring to the Duke When Buntin added a tip in jGarner g 5-13 2-5 1 1 12 ers across the nation why they are
bounds and eight npo ie re- n which he made seven points 30 seconds later, Strack decided Rudd g 2-8 1-1 3 1 s rated first in both, wire service
azze Russell picked upseven including a key'basket. to give the bench a chance,' and Coleman 2-4 3-3 0 1 7 polls as they responded to the
rebounds and 12 points.l Never in Doubt averted the "possibility of bed- arredwavler 0-1 0-2 o 0 0 Duke rally and pulled away for an
lam." Milling 0-0 0-0 2 1 0Dke 86-79 triumph.
Speaking of the.Buntin-Darden- The outcome of the contest was Second Team Shines , seal 2-2 0-0 0 0 4 Cazzie Russell, whose 21 points
cossl r- r nt r, n ir periodb the Wlverines The second stringers, led byjauca-0-00 0Y led the Wolverines, was held to
souri coach Bob Vanatta o-frtprdheWlrisld
mented after the game that 25-12. The halftime score stood Myers fancy shooting, went on Totals 22-55 17-27 32 14 61 one field goal in the first 13 min-
When the first strmgers from there to battle the oppon- MICHIGAN CAZZIE RUSSELL utes of the second half, while the
"Michigan___hasthe__trioof__re-_at__46_26__When__the__firststringers_ ents starters on an even keel. Rose Bowl tickets and tours are G F R P T IRother member of Michigan's Big
John Clawson, hit on two 30- officially closed and the migra- Tregoning 1 6-9 0-0 3 2 12 Two, scoring punch Bill Buntin,
ClfriaprahsteDarden 1 4-8 0-0 938To crn uc ilBtlli
' footers, and 6'10" sophomore tion to California approaches the Buntin c 6-11 2-3 15 2 14 slowed down considerably in be-
SiebCraig Dill, deadly from the key- Gold Rush in numbers. Russell g 4-13 4-4 7 0 12 S C0E S ginning of the second half.
hole, each had eight points during The ticket department has an- Thompson g 5-8 0-1 0 4 10' S 0At one point in the second half,
the game and Tom Ludwig added nounced that it is currently check- Myers 4-10 0110 38 _ _ _ _ _6'7" Buntin had made but one of
six on three lay-ups. ing the list of applications for Dill 3-7 2-2 2 0 8 nine shots, but after being re-
Hitting on four free throws in duplications with the University Clawson 2-4 4-4 4 1 8 Indiana 87, Oklahoma 69 placed momentarily by Jim Myers,
Ludwig 3-5 0-0 0 1 6 Ohio State 77, Houston 69
four attempts, Russell extended tours. Browg 0 1 1 a 7Sout Dakoa 63 the senior responded and helped
his season's string to 14 charity The claim checks will be care- Bankey 0-1 2-2 1 1 2 North Carolina 82, Kentucky 67 revitalize the Wolverines. Buntin
tosses without a miss. Missouri fully scrutinized in Los Angeles Adams 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 Detroit 81, John Carroll 66 wound up with 17 points and was
By DALE SIELAFF Gophers in the third period, but coach Vanatta called Russell and students will need drivers' Tilotson 0-1 0-2 3 0 0 Villanova 61, Princeton 60 (ovt) 7,21 from the floor.
For a while, it looked as if up tree goals he first six "without a doubt, the best college licenses, draft cards and other Totals 38-8215-2162 20 91 Bradl S e 4s Russell, too, came to life when
moua while itled as mites, two of which were un- player in the nation." identification as well as ID cards MIssoURI 26 35-61 Louisiana 83, Texas 75 the Blue Devils closed the gap and
Michigan's hockey team was suf- assisted. Asked to compare the 6'5" jun- before being given a reserved MICHIGAN 46 45-91 Tennessee 66, Georgia Tech 52 notched the score at 69-69 with
fering from first-period defensive
jitters. Carried Play ior to Princeton's Bill Bradley, a ticket and a $3 refund. -___-
In the opening WCHA game of Michigan constantly carried the Missouri boy, Vanatta replied In case of any irregularity, no
the season Friday night, the Wol- play over the entire weekend, as "they're two fine players, but refund will be given in Los An-
verines scored four times in the evidenced by the fact that Page geles; however, the ticket depart-
first stanza, but defensive lapses made 40 saves in the two games, ment will make full refunds to-
left the team with a 4-4 tie for while Minnesota's John Lothrop Gym nasts Hold day for those who have changed
the period. Coach Al Renfrew's was forced to stop 78 shots.mtheir plans. -
team came back strongly though, "We outplayed them Saturday," D em onstration The tickets will be distributed
and took the decision from Min- wsfred omtd 78 shots-
nesota, 76 them 47 to 31, but we had trouble fornia Edison Co. in downtown
Saturday night the Gophers led getting back. We've got a lot of The Michigan gymnastics team Los Angeles from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.__
at the end of the first 20 minutes, sophomores on the ice, and we've will hold an intrasquad meet to- on Dec. 29, as well as Dec. 30 and
3-1. The Wolverines rallied, and got to work to get this team to- night at 7:30 at the Intramural Dec. 31. The third day was added
held Minnesota scoreless through gether." Building. to facilitate the distribution of
the first 11 minutes of the second T s d . o. The sophomores will compete reserved seats due to the number
period, including a two-minute The squad is m good shape against the rest of the team. Ad- of claim checks.Iea
physically, but will go into this mission is free. On Jan. 1, tickets can be n or r iO rea K
virtually killed a penalty by himi g weekend's series with Denver mn- The gym team never got to Sat- claimed for claim checks at the
self with five saves. us two members of the first line. urday's Midwest Open, being Will Call Window at the Rose
SpellBroken Alex Hood will sit out' the first stymied by arctic weather. The Bowl Stadium in Pasadena. The their osingtradition
But St 11:15 the spell was brok- game as a result of his match sus- team slid by car to Jackson, then window is located outside Gate A.
B1 th'spel wa b pension in Saturday's game. Hood decided that the trip to Rockford, It is on the southwest side ap-
en as Minnesota's Dennis Zacho and Minnesota's Jack Dale were Ill., was too dangerous, and turned proaching the gate and is the inth frm rI,
put a 20-foot slap shotnpast Page. both suspended after a third per-nba. o on the left.t -ndrs eannua
From there on, the Gophers took iod skirmish behind the Gopherbaf.
charge and built up a 9-1 lead be- nlsady lsc s
fore Michigan could score again. check of Hood. SAM-ZBT o:thai! are
Minnesota managed' only 31 shots,
but made ten of them good for Wingman Marty Read has been)L
Refew summed u thery. called home due to his wife's ill-
Renfrew summed up the game ness, and will miss both Denver ZBT did not bother to r
by saying, "We just didn't come games.
back when we had to. Page wasn'tk sh6th.
particularly impressive, but it WCHA Standings Show up Sunda'y, Dec. otn -
wasn't all his fault."
In the second period Saturday, w L Pet.
Minnesota's Gary Hokanson skip- Michigan Tech 2 0 1.000
ped around an attempted check at Minnesota 3 1 .750
the Michigan blue line and closed MICHIGAN11 00o
the ichian olordo ollee 02 .000
in alone on Page for the score. North Dakota 0 2 .000 1209 SOUTH
Michigan put the pressure on the Denver 0@" .000 .q I

just over five minutes to go, as
he connected on three baskets and
two free throws in the closing
moments.
John Thompson, the 6' junior
whom Strack praised for playing a
"fine all-around game" at the
fifth starting post, hit one basket
that Strack called the "most criti-
cal of the game," when he broke
the 69-69 tie with a 20-foot jump-
er and reversed the trend that
had brought Duke back into the
ball game.
SThdgmpson's bucket took the
edge off the deafening screaming
of the capacity crowd of 8800 and
caused more than one veteran
Wolverine observer to compare the
clutch play to several by last year's
captain, Bobby Cantrell, whom
Thompson has replaced.
The Wolverines are looking
ahead to next Monday. night's
showdown with Wichita at Cobo
Hall, but they have two games to
contend with before then - In-
diana State at Yost tomorrow
night, and Nebraska's Cornhusk-
ers at Lincoln, Neb., this Satur-
day. When the team finally takes
its exam break after the Wichita
game, it will have played its first
six games in 14 days and five
within a nine-day stretch.
To replace last year's "first by
the first" slogan, the Wolverines
have adopted a new one, "first
last!"
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