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FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1964 THE MICHiGAN DAILY

Cagers Carry

Top Ranking Against Stiff Foes

11

By SCOTT BLECH
and CARL ROBINSON
Nebraska's r u g g e d rebounders
and Wichita's number two nation-
ally-ranked team pose the neat
threats to the top-ranked Wolver-
ines.
These challenges will be closely
followed by contests with scrappy
Butler on Dec. 23 and the power-
packed Holiday Festival tourna-
ment, Dec. 28, 30 and Jan. 2.
The Wichita State sell-outigame
at Detroit's Cobo Hall Monday
night will probably be a battle
for the top spot in basketball polls.
Both teams, however, have stiff
tests this weekend. Nebraska, a
team that earlier beat Purdue,
96-85, is hosting Michigan Satur-
day night. Wichita State must
play Brigham Young Friday and
Saturday. Birgham Young ranks
in the top 20 on the AP poll.
Nebraska Loses Opener
Nebraska is 1-1 for the season,
losing 94-68 to Wyoming before
turning aside Purdue. The Corn-
huskers shot a phenomenal 60 per
cent from the floor against the
Boilermakers and controlled the
backboards. Purdue made only
two of its first 17 shots in the
contest.
"Nebraska is burlier than Duke
and could be our biggest rebound-
ing test so far this season," Coach

Dave Strack explained yesterday. the regular season.4
Leading Nebraska is center Bob "Stallworth's a complete ball-
Antulov who pumped in 20 points player with a good shot and great
against Purdue and 10 against speed for his size," Strack added.
Wyoming. The 6"7" senior led the Flanking Stallworth on the
Cornhuskers in rebounding last Wheatshocker front line are re-
season. turning starters Nate Bowman,
A pair of 6'5" forwards, Coley 6'10", and Dave Leach, 6'5." Wich-
Webb and Joel Kortus, join An- ita has all five starters from its
tulov in the front line. Webb Missouri Valley co-championship
paced Nebraska scorers with 21 team that posted a 23-6 record.
points against Purdue. The Shockers reached the regional
Simmons at Guard finals of the NCAA tournament,
Grant Simmons, a 6'3" junior losing to Kansas State, the team
guard, is teamed up with sopho- that the Wolverines defeated for
more FredtHaredin the backcourt. third place.
Simmons has averaged 13.5 points In the backcourt are Kelly Pete
a game this season and Hare 12.5. and John Criss with sophomore
Sophomore Nate Branch is the forwards Jamie Thompson and1
sixth man on the squad, scoring Melvin Reed as principal sub-,
10 points per game in his sup- stitutes.
porting role. N.Y. Tourney
Wichita State is paced by All- In the Eastern Collegiate Ath-
American Dave Stallworth who letic Holiday Festival, played in
scored 37 points to lead the Madison Square Garden in New
Shockers to a 114-78 rout of Long York, the Wolverines may faces
Beach State. Wednesday, the such powerhouses as St. John's,
Shockers preserved their unblem- Syracuse, Princeton and Temple.
ished record by stopping Texas Tickets may be purchased only
Western, 73-55, behind Stall- through the Madison Square Gar-
worth's 27-point performance. den ticket office.
Stallworth has been hailed by The Wolverines face Manhattan
Cazzie Russell "as the best player College at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec.
I've ever faced." The 6"7" star 28 to open the tournament. The
faced Russell in the Olympic second game that night will be
trials after averaging 26.5 points between Cincinnati and Temple.
and 10.1 rebounds per game in If Michigan beats Manhattan,

Rose Bowl Tickets
Any student, faculty, or University staff member who pur-
chased a claim check for a Rose Bowl ticket must redeem it in
Los Angeles on Dec. 29, 30 or 31, at the Southern California
Edison or at the Rose Bowl Stadium on Jan. 1.
The exchange in the lobby of the Edison Co. at Fifth and
Grand in downtown Los Angeles will be on all three days from
9 a.m. until 4 p.m., while that at the stadium itself is at the
Will Call window located Just outside Gate A on the southwest
side of the stadium.
Complete identification will be required at the time of the
pickup, and a $3 refund will be made with the exchange. No
refunds will be given for unclaimed tickets.

CAZZIE RUSSELL

BEFORE EASTERN TRIP:
Icers Face Denver in Crucial Contests

By JIM TINDALL ining the outcome of the WCHA
season. Michigan and Denver fin-
While everybody on campus is ished first and second respectively
worrying about finals, the Mich- in last year's race for the confer-
igan hockey team is worrying ence title. Minnesota along with
about Denver, last year's NCAA Michigan Tech are the other pre-
runner-ups to the Wolverines, season favorites.
The Blue take on Denver in the
Coliseum at 8 p.m. tonight and The Pioneers are regarded by
tomorrow night in a series that, Coach Al Renfrew as the number
like last weekend's with Minne- one contender in the WCHA. They
sota, will be important in determ- have nearly their entire team
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a better team than last year. Both will be ready to play in
Denver 'Outplayed' Saturday night's game.
"Last year in the NCAA finals Renfrew plans to replace Hood
we skated well, shot well, and beat with sophomore Danny Walter
them. They had a fine team and who has seen no game action this
so did we; and we just outplayed year.
them," Renfrew continued. Renfrew also plans to move de-
Last year the two clubs did not fenseman Barry MacDnald to a
meet during the regular season wing position to substitute for the
but played two weekends in a . absent Read. Hank Brand will fill
row, once in the finals of the MacDonald's vacancy and will
WCHA playoffs and the next play alongside of All-America Tom
weekend for the NCAA title. Polonic.
Denver will build its team After tonight's action, the Wol-
around goalie Buddy Bloom, who verines will have a layoff until
led the conference last year in Dec. 28, 29 and 30, when they
goals against. journey to Boston for a holiday
Returning Lettermen tournament. According to Ren-
Rtrn will have a strong frew, host Boston College is "sup-
line with captain Andy Herreboutponte Hr dhe chst in-m
Dave Naslund, and Myles Gor- in th6 East." Harvard, which f in-
rard, all of whom are returning ished third in their conference
lettermen. last year, and Northeastern will
The other strong Denver of- be the other tourney entrants.
fensive line is composed of letter- Face Cornell
men Grant Warwick, Lyle Brad- On Jan. 2 Michigan will play
ley, and Lou Geddes. Cornell University at Ithaca. Ren-
On defense, Armstrong will put frew explained that Cornell is re-
Wayne Smith and Dave Paderzer- garded astanother strong threat
ski out in front to protect Bloom, in the East and would be a stern
Backing them up are Jim Eagle test for the young Wolverines.
and Pete Badowski. The next home games after va-
Michigan, with a 1-1 WCHA cation will be against North Da-
record, will go into tonight's game kota on Jan. 8 and 9.
without the services of either
Marty Read or Alex Hood. Hood
received a game suspension in last
Saturday's game with Minnesota,
and Read had to go home because
DIXIELAND
OLD HEIDELBERG
SAT. NIGHT

it will play the winner of the
Princeton - Syracuse g a m e on
Wednesday evening, Dec. 30. The
championship game will be played
Friday night.
Top Stars
The tournament abounds with
talent, including Bill Bradley, All-
American from Princeton; Dave
Bing, 6'3" junior from Syracuse;
and of course, Michigan's Russell.
Before the tournament, how-
ever, the Wolverines host Butler,
who they bumped off last year
by a score of 80-70.
SCORES1
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Duke 93, Navy 87 (ovt)
Miami 74, Niagara 67
Notre Dame 107, Detroit 86
North Carolina 111, Tulane 74
Villanova 65, American U. 48
Boston College 102, NYU 84
Houston 67, TCU 62
NHL
Chicago 5, Boston 1
NBA
Boston 116, Cincinnati 101
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Butler with four of their start-
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year by only one point, 70-69, the
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Last year's Blue team was led
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The Butler game will be played
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The festival boasts three thus
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