THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963
THE MICHIGAN DlAILY
IvArlim QIVl t
Davidson Blasts OSU
To End Streak, 95-73
By TOM WEINBERG
Special To The Daily
INDIANAPOLIS - Michigan's
fifth-ranked Wolverines broke a
three year jinx against Butler and
a 14-year dry spell in Butler's
field house by edging past the
Bulldogs 80-79 here last night.
Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin
led the Wolverines to their fourth
straight win without a loss with
25 and 23 points respectively. Rus-
sell scored 19 in the first half,
while Buntin dominated play with
19 in the second before he fouled
out with 2:31 to go. The All-Big
Ten center didn't miss a shot as
he fired in 11 for 11 from the
As a team, Michigan hit .561
while Butler was .429.
The eventual 10-point margin
was the smallest that Coach Dave
Strack's crew had in the last 12
minutes. The Blue led at halftime
by a 41-37 margin. When Buntin
fouled out, Michigan held a 14-
point margin and then coasted to
Strack was pleased with his
team's performance. "This is
toughest team we've played
we did a good job. They're
proving every game."
Over in the Butler lockerroom,
35-year veteran coach Tony Hinkle
called the Wolverines a "real good
ball club. That Buntin is real
rough and they just had too much
height for us."
Hinkle called this the "best of-
fensive effort we've had all year,"
which included losses to Ohio
State and Illinois.
Michigan's height and rebound-
ing strength proved to be too
much for smaller Butler as they
pulled down 52 to 36 for the Bull-
dogs. Russell's 12, ten by big Oli-
ver Darden, and Buntin's ten led
the way off the boards.
Russell was all over the court,
stealing three passes and driving
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through for baskets. On one score,
Russell took the pass from out
of bounds all the way down court,
right through the entire Butler
team to the basket where he dunk-
ed the ball to the amazement of.
7780 disappointed Butler fans.
In addition to his own 11 bas-
kets, Russell assisted Buntin on
five and Jim Myers and Cantrell
for one each.
Buntin turned in an amazing
shooting display, not missing any
from the floor while holding But-
ler's 6'6" center Jeff Blue to 17
points and only eight rebounds.
"Blue is the best player we've
seen this year," Strack comment-
ed. Blue hit at six of 13 shots and
led Butler in the scoring column.
The Wolverines played a slower
game than they have in the past,
working loose for only one fast
break in the game.
Myers, Michigan's 6'8" forward,
was decked by Blue in the second
half but recovered quickly as he
came back 10 minutes later to
replace Buntin. Myers was third
in scoring with 13.
Strack used 11 players in the
game, but missed the spark of
hustling forward Larry Tregoning,
who didn't make the trip because
of an attack of the flu.
The Wolverines flew back last
night after the game and will pre-
pare to meet Western Michigan
Saturday night at Yost FieldI
By The Associated Press
son shattered Ohio State's home
court victory streak of 50 games
last night with a 95-73 basket-
The Wildcats from North Caro-
lina, shooting a sizzling 59 per
cent for the game, opened up an
11-point bulge at intermission and
were never headed.
The setback for the Buckeyes
was their first since March 7, 1959,
when Purdue won 93-87.
Davidson, scoring its fourth
straight truimph, dominated the
contest in every department, us-
ing a fast break for easy baskets.
The Buckeyes, eighth-ranked
nationally, led onl once and that
was by a 1-0 count on All-America
Gary Bradds' free throw. Then
Dick Snyder, 6-foot-5 sophomore
from North Canton, Ohio, dropped
in a basket that gave the Wildcats
a lead they never relinquished.
* * *
ed Vanderbilt upset third-ranked
Duke 97-92 in overtime last night.
. Vandy's John Ed Miller dumped
in 39 points, 10 in the five-min-
ute extra period. The Commo-
dores jumped to a 16-point early
lead and led 48-36 at halftime.
A rally featuring Duke's Jay
Buckley and Jeff Mullins enabled
the Blue Devils to overtake the
Commodores and the remainder of
the game was nip and tuck.
Mullins sanks a jump shot from
the head of the foul circle with
four seconds remaining to tie the
Duke's Hack Tison scored quick-
ly at the start of the overtime but
Miller and Wayne Calvert popped
in back-to-back -baskets to put
Vandy in front again. Tison's hook
tied it 89-89 and then Miller went
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Vanderbilt 97, Duke 92
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Navy 73, Gettysburg 52
Army 70, Albright 44
Colgate 90, St. Lawrence 82
Hlarvard 64, Northeastern 61
Tennessee 55, Sewannee 31
Temple 66, Lehigh 38
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Kent State 88, Baldwin-Wallace 72
Chicago 6, New York 2
Detroit 3, Toronto 1
Boston 104, St. Louis 95
Cincinnati 127, Detroit 107
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Two Michigan graduate stu-
dents, David Torok and Harry De-
tweiler, captured second place in
the doubles competition of the
third annual National Paddleball
The tournament was held at the
Flint YMCA, Dec. 6-8.
It was the second time that
Torok has occupied the runner-up
position. Last year at Madison he
teamed with Jim Tenney only to
lose out in the finals.
Both Torok and Detweiler have
won all-campus sports honors. In
1961 and 1962, Torok was runner-
up all-campus athlete to his room-
mate, Robert Mulder. He took the
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year. As a freshman he was on
the football squad, but a shoulder
dislocation prevented his return
to the sport.
Last year Detweiler took the
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