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THE MICHIGAN If A ILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960

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Basketball

Guptain
NBA STANDINGS
NBA

Western Division
W L Pet.
St. Louis 46 29 .613
Detroit 30 45 .400
Minneapolis 24 50 .324
Cincinnati 19 56 .253

GB
16
'2p%
27

Boston
Philadelp
Syracuse
New Yor

Eastern Division
59 16
phut 49 26
45 30
k 27 47 ,

.787
.652 10
.600 14
.364 31%

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Last Night's Results
Syracuse 137, Philadelphia 126
Boston 148, New York 123
Detroit 117, Minneapolis 116
St. Louis 123, Cincinnati 116
College Score
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FUTURE HOPEFULS-Michigan freshmen basketball players (from left) Tom Cole, 6'7",, Don
Petroff, 6'4" and Jim Ludwig, 6'5", are expected to give the Wolverines needed height and depth in
the next three years. Here they look over one of the plays Coach Bill Perigo has supplied to take
advantage of their brawn.
YEARLING CAGERS:
Coaches High on Freshmen

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By DAVE ANDREWS
Michigan's basketball fortunes
may take a turn for the better
next year with the addition of
what the Michigan coaching staff
calls, "the best group of freshmen
ballplayers here in quite a few
years.,"
For the first time since the
graduation of Pete Tillotson in
1958, Coach Bill Perigo may have
a "good big man" in the pivot.
This season's crop of yearlings
have two and possibly four pro-
spects, who could fill the long un-
dersized position.
Tom Cole, Don Petroff, Jim Lud-
wig, and possibly Dana Baldwin
are potential pivot men.
All-Stater;
Cole, a 6'7" all - stater from
Springfield, Ill., is the leading
candidate for the pivot at the
moment with Ludwig, 6'5", and
Petroff at 6'4" the best bets to'
move into starting or first line re-
serve positions at the forward
slots.
"Baldwin lacks experience," said
freshmen coach Matt Patanelli.
"But with a little work he could
become a top flight ballplayer."
Cole, who led Springfield to the
Illinois state high school basket-
ball title last winter, is considered
a good inside shooter and if he
adds a little weight to his 190
pound ftame could turn into a
very strong rebounder.
Does Everything Well
Petroff, from East Detroit, while
standing only 6'4", is built along
the lines of this year's rugged
center Lovell Farris, and is already

"rough under the boards." "Hei
does everything well," said Pata-
nelli.
Another home - grown product,,
Ludwig, led his Sault Saint Marie
Blue Devils to the Michigan state
class B quarterfinals last spring,
and gained a position on the all-
state squad himself. Termed by
the Wolverine coaches as a "fine
shooter both from in close and
from outside," Ludwig could even
be used as a guard.'
Fine Backcourt Men
This year's group of freshmen
also have a couple of fine back-
court men in Tom Eveland and
Rod Linder.{
Eveland, son of former Michigan
basketball star and Captain De-
forest Eveland, '33, is classed with
the likes of Pittsburgh's All-Amer-
ican of last year, Don Hennon.
While Eveland does not weigh
Ieers, Frosh
Battle Today
Michigan hockey coach Al Ren-
frew will take a look at the fresh-
man squad in action under game
conditionls this afternoon at 4.
The frosh, bolstered by Bill
Kelly, Pat Cushing, Tom Wilson,
and Dennis Rhodes, who sat out
the second half of the season due
to academic ineligibility, will meet
the varsity squad.
Freshman coach Ross Childs will
direct the first-year men in this
year's Coliseum finale.

as much as the chubby Hennon, he
is three inches taller, and is faster
arid trickier than the Pitt star.
Whether or not he can compare
with Hennon -in the scoring col-
umn remains to be seen.
Transfer Student
Linder, another fine backcourt
prospect, is a transfer from Clem-
'son, and will not become eligible
until the second semester next
year. He is termed an "excellent
shot from the outside".and is also
fast enough to make the Michigan
fast-break offense click.
Of the remaining 18 players,
the best bets to help the Varsity
could be Dave Burris and Joe
Nameth.
Burris at 6'3" lacks the height
to become a top flight center or
forward in the Big Ten, but he
more than makes up for that de-
ficiency with his excellent Jumping
ability.
Nameth, from Grand Rapids, is
the third of the freshmen guard
candidates. One outstanding talent
that may enable him to make the
team is his fine outside shooting.
Of the entire squad Pantanelli
said, "as fine a bunch of boys as
I've ever coached; each has the
all-important quality of desire,"
an element which comes at a
premium in Big Ten circles.

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