THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Eager Freshmen Challenge Varsity
In Basketball Preview Tomorrow
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Michigan's basketball hopesv
both present and future will be
oi display Monday night as Coach
Bill Perigo sends his varsity cagers
against Matt Pattanelli's tall'
freshman squad at 8:00 in Yost
Perigo, despite the fact that he
lost his top rebounders and scor-
ers in George Lee and M. C. Bur-
ton through the graduation route,
will field a seasoned team. With
Captain Terry Miller, Johnny'
,Tidwell, and Lovell Parris on the
court the varsity will try to make
up its height disadvantage with
speed and outside shooting.
The only man on the floor for
varsity over 6'3" will be 6'6" Rich
Donley. The fifth starter for Peri-
go wil be either veteran Rich Rob-
bins or sophomorme Dick Clark.
For the freshmen, who will field
a team averaging 6'5", it will be
Tomn Cole, 6'7" and Don Petroff,
6'3", at the forwards. Either 6'5"
Dave Knoll or 6'7" Dana Bald-
win at the pivot post, and Jim
Ludwig, 6'5", and Dave Burris,
6'3", at the guards. However, little
5'9" Tom Evland and Jack Lind-
quist, 6'", will probably see plen-
ty of action.
This year's freshman team, the
first one with any good size in
many a year appears to hold the
key to the basketball fortunes of
Michigan. The game Monday
should be a good indication of the
Wolverines' future as well as a
good test for the varsity. The ad-
mission is free.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Bob Cousy
sparked t*e Boston Celtics to a
spine--tingling 128-127 National
Basketball Association victory over
the New York Knicks last night
before 12,826 at Madison Square
Cousy drove the Knicks dizzy
with a 32-point scoring outburst
and some fancy dribbling in the
final 20 seconds of play when he
put on a one-man freeze to seal
Detroit 109, St. Louis 107
ST. LOUIS-Two freethrows by
rookie Gary Alcorn in the final 44
seconds gave the Detroit Pistons
a 109-107 victory over the St.
Louis Hawks in a tense National
Basketball Association game last
night before 9,103 fans.
Fouls were costly in the final
three minutes to the Hawks who
suffered their fifth defeat against
as many wins. Six of Detroit's last
eight points came from the free-
Minneapolis 99, Cincinnati 93
CINCINNATI-Larry Foust sank
five points in overtime last night
while Cincinnati's Royals muffed
repeated scoring tries and Minne-
apolis' Lakers defeated the Royals,
99-93, in a National Basketball
Syracuse 116, Philadelphia 1Q7
SYRACUSE-The Syracuse Na-
tionals handed the Philadelphia
Warriors their third straight Na-
tional Basketball Association de-
feat, 116-107, to pull within a
half-game of second place in the
Eastern division last night.
Montreal 4, Toronto 1
MONTREAL - The high flying
Montreal Canadiens fired home
two goalz in the final period last
night to defeat the Toronto Maple
Leafs, 4-1; and run their unde-
feated streak to 14 games.
Boston 3, Detroit 3
BOSTON-Bronco Horvath, Na-
tional Hockey League's leading
scorer, hooked in a short 10-foot
blast midway throughthe third
period last night, bringing the
Boston Bruins a 3-3 tie with De-
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