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6ER 6, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DlAILY

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Wolverine Cagers Host Nebraska

HONORABLE MENTION FOR WOLVERINES:

Staubach Leads AP

A il-Ameri'ca Team

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By BILL BULLARD

Michigan takes to the floor of
Yos$ Field House tonight at 8
p.m. in an attempt to extend its
season mark to 3-0 at the expense
of Nebraska, a squad that has
improved over last season's Big
Eight cellar finish.
Joe Cipriano made his debut as
Cornhusker head coach Monday
night with a 79-72 victory over
Wyoming. Cipriano inherited an
experienced team that compiled a
6-19 record last season and a 1-13
mark in the Big Eight. But already
the new coach has neglected the
veterans in favor of several talent-
ed newcomers.
Neil Nannen, a 6'5" senior for-
ward, is the only starter that was
on the squad last season. Cipria-
no's other starters are 6'8" senior
center Jim Yates, who wasn't in
school last year, junior college
transfers 6'7" forward Bob An-
tulov and 5'10" guard Harold Ce-
brun, and sophomore guard Grant
Simmons.

While these upstarts are on the
court Cipriano still has the two
top scorers from last season on
the bench. Daryl Petsch, a 6'5"
senior forward, had a 14.8 average
per game and Charlie Jones, a
6'2" senior guard-forward, had
an 11.6 average per game. In ad-
dition Jones pulled down 204 re-
bounds during the season.
Cipriano, an advocate of . the
fast break offense and the pressing
defense in his three seasons at
Idaho, apparently is counting on
the speed of his players for both
an effective offense and defense.
The scouting report that Coach
Dave Strack received of the Wy-
oming game indicated that Ne-
braska is a hustling team that
runs a lot.
The outstanding player offen-
sively for the Cornhuskers against
Wyoming was Cebrun. He hit on
14 shots from the floor to set a
school record. Cebrun may be the
key to the Cornhusker team this

season. He was selected to the
second team at the Junior College
National Tournament last season.
Cipriano will depend on him
greatly to lead the Nebraska fast-
breaking offense.
Top Man
Cipriano compiled a 43-35 record
in his three seasons at Idaho,
having a fine 20-6 mark in his last
season. He took over the Idaho
job after Strack quit the post to
return to Michigan as head coach.
Assisting Cipriano is Glenn Pot-
ter. Potter served one season as
freshman coach under Strack at
Idaho.
Meanwhile, Strack's starting five
is in doubt. The Wolverine coach
has started juniors Larry Tre-
goning (6'5") and George Pomey
(6'4") at the forwards, sophomore
Jim Myers (6'8") at center and
sophomore Cazzie Russell (6'51/2")
and senior Bob Cantrell (5'10") in
the last two games.
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By The Associated Press
Michigan end John Henderson,
tackle Tom Keating, guard Joe
O'Donnell, and quarterback Bob
Timberlake all received honorable
mention in the Associated Press
All-American football team an-
nounced yesterday.
Navy's incomparable Roger
Staubach was named to the first
string backfield along with Jimmy
Sidle of Auburn, Sherman Lewis
of Michigan State and Billy Loth-
ridge of Georgia Tech.
Damon Bame, the Southern
California guard who is the lone
repeater from '62, and Texas Tech
end Dave Parks, top National
GE:"::rEEFootball League draft pick, are
GEORGE POMEY members of a big, agile line
... junior forward averaging 225 pounds per man.

Other early pro draftees up
front are guard Bob Brown of Ne-
braska and tackles Scott Appleton
of Texas and Carl Eller of Min-
nesota. North Carolina end Bob;
Lacey and Dick Butkus, the su-
perb center-linebacker for Illi-
nois' Big Ten champions, complete
the team.

Butkus, Staubach and Sidle are
juniors.
Player of the Year Staubach,
the Heisman Trophy winner from
Cincinnati, has brought a new
dimension of improvisation to
quarterback.
While guiding the nation's
second-ranked college power to an

8-1 mark going into the Army
finale, Jolly Roger has taken a
record-shattering cruise through
the Navy record book. He has ac-
counted for 1,738 yards in total
offense this fall.
"Mr. Cool" twice was selected
AP Back-of-the-Week during the
season.

Seats Available
Approximately 1000 seats re-
main for tonight's basketball
game with Nebraska, ticket
manager Don Weir announced
yesterday. Beginning at 7:00
p.m. the doors will open at Yost
Field House and the first 1000
students with ID cards or ath-
letic coupons will be admitted
without tickets.
Big Ten Sets
New Athletic
Aid Program
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An Ann Arbor resident, C. H.
Proper, made a request for rental
of Big Ten stadiums for National
Football League exhibition games
before the Big Ten season begins.
His request was denied.
Commissioner Bill Reed was re-
quested to review regulations for
handling of rescheduling of games
in emergency situations such as
that which developed after the
death of President John F. Ken-
nedy.
A proposal was also endorsed to
hold meet championships in sports
other than football, basketball and
baseball. At the present time, the
conference championships in these
three sports are decided by the
records of each team in conference
dual meets.
All other conference champion-
ships are presently decided by a
championship meet at the end of
the dual meet season, and dual
meet records do not count at all
in the final standings.

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scored 12 points in the last game against Tulane as a reserve
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NBA:
Royals Nip
Celtics
CINCINNATI P) - Oscar Rob-
ertson and Jerry Lucas teamed up
A last night as the Cincinnati
Royals handedsthe Boston Celtics
their second National Basketball
Association defeat, 118-108.
Robertson scored 48 points, one
short of his career record, and
Lucas chipped in 21. The Roy'als
are the only NBA team who have
beaten Boston this season.
The lead changed hands con-
stantly until the third period
when a Lucas field goal put Cin-
cinnati ahead to stay 77-75, with
4:30 left. After that the Royals
pulled away steadily and the
closest Boston could come in the
final quarter was 103-100 with
5:57 left.
Bill Russell dominated the
backboards with 23 rebounds. Lu-
cas grabbed 21, all but five of
those after halftime.
John Havlicek led Boston with
22, while Sam Jones added 21 and
Willie Naulls 19.
PHILADELPHIA ( ) - J o h n
Barnhill intercepted a pass and
drove in for a field goal with 34
seconds to play as the St. Louis
hawks scored a 106-103 National
* Basketball Association victory last
night over the Philadelphia 76ers.
- The score was tied at 103 when
the. ?.ers' Larry Costello tried a
pass to Hall Greer. Barnhill leap-
S ed in between, grabbed the ball
and dribbled almost the length of
the court for the deciding layup.
Barnhill added a Frew throw with
one second left when the 76ers
fouled intentionally.
} With Philadelphia leading late
in the fourth period 100-95, Cliff
Hagan, who had labored scoreless
*ith five personals most of the
game, came through with four
clutch baskets.
Earlier Bob Pettit, who led the
St. Louis scorers with 31 points,
and Zelmo Beaty with 25 paced
the Hawks' attack. Chet Walker
led the 76ers with 33.
St. Louis led 61-54 at halftime,
mostly on 19 of 21 free throws.

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