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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 4, 1971

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By ELLIOT SEGEL
Basketball returns to the
friendly confines of Crisler Are-
na this afternoon, as Michigan
welcomes the upset - minded
Broncos of Western Michigan.
The Broncos compiled their
first winning season last year
since 1963-64, sporting a 14-10
record. Second year coach Eldon
Miller, the man most respon-
sible for this turnabout, hopes
to establish a winning tradi-
tion at Western and would like
nothing better than to defeat
the highly - touted Wolverines.
That being the case, Western
got off to a running start as
they crushed Wisconsin-Park-
side, 68-45, last Wednesday
night. In that game, 6-3 senior
forward Chuck Washington
scored 19 points, hitting on nine
of 15 shots from the floor.
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others include senior guards
Carl Coleman 6-3 and John
Sperla 5-10, and juinor for-
ward Jim Patterson 6-3.
Both Coleman and Sperla
are primarily feeders and don't
figure too prominently in the
scoring column. Patterson, how-
ever, had a 15.9 scoring average
last year and collected 10 points
and 12 rebounds against Park-
side.
The key to Western's hopes,
though, is 6-5 sophomore cen-
ter Mike Steele. It is felt that
as he goes, so will the Bron-
cos. And from all early indi-
cations, it seems that WMU has
much to look forward to. In
Wednesday night's contest,
Steele hit on five of seven field
attempts and four foul shots,
good for 14 points.
It is interesting to nate that
the 45-point total which West-
ern yielded in that Wisconsin
Parkside game, was their best
defensive effort since 1960. In-
deed, it is the defense which
underlines Miller's basketball
program. At Wittenberg, where
he ran up a 142-55 record, he
was known as a stickler for de-
fense, although he was occa-
sionally criticized for question-
able stalling tactics.
In any case he plans to use
a basic man-to-man defense
against Michigan. Turning to
his offense, all Miller would
say was that "we will take ad-

vantage of whatever offense
looks best at the time."
Another strong plus for the
Broncos is their rebounding:
Don't let their small size up
front fool you. The outrebound-
ed Wisconsin - Parkside 55-37,
and were known for strong re-
bounding last season.
Michigan coach Johnny Orr
recognizes this aspect, saying,
"Although they are small, they
go to the boards very hard. They
are a very aggressive, hustling
team. They are strong on de-
fense where they tend to over-
play their opponents. Coach
Miller has done an excellent job
in turning basketball around
at Western Michigan."
Orr was quite pleased with the
results of Michigan's encounter
with Notre Dame last Wednes-
day night. "That's only the sec-
ond time Notre Dame has lost
in their place," he said. "It is a
thrill any time you beat Notre
Dame and it's a thrill any time
you win your first game."
Slated to start for the Big
Blue are the same five who
started in that Notre Dame
game. This means that Wayne
Grabiec and Dave Hart, Michi-
gan's Mutt and Jeff backcourt
duo, will be at the guard posi-
tions.
Grabiec led all scorers in the
Notre Dame game with 26
points, while Hart played a fine
game, hitting for 13 points be-
fore being removed early in
the second half due to a leg
cramp. Orr remarked that he

was pleased with the play of
reserve guards Greg Buss and
Terry Tyler, and they will pro-
bably see action also.
Forwards Henry Wilmore, a
21-point scorer at Notre Dame,
and John Lockard will join
center Ernie Johnson to form
the Wolverine front line. Lock-
ard made Orr a happy man
Wednesday night as he person-
ally accounted for 17 rebounds
and 17 points.
Bronco coach Miller has noth-
ing but praise for Michigan.
"Michigan has' an outstanding
team and basketball program.
They're coming off a tremen-
dous victory over Notre Dame.
They have a great All-American
in Henry Wilmore, and a much
improved front line. Although
it's' unfortunate that (Ken)
Brady is hurt, Lockard and
Johnson are very much improv-
ed."
Miller added that he hoped
to improve on last year's re-
cord, but admitted that it will
be a rough task, since West-
ern's schedule is much tougher
this year. "Right now we're in
the process of upgrading our
schedule. We've tried to sched-
ule as many good teams in our
area as we can and we're glad
to be able to play Michigan this
year."
Coach Miller may not be as
happy when the game is over
as he seems to be now. It's true
that playing a team of Michi-
gan's comparative caliber will
be good experience for his cag-
ers. But nobody likes to lose and,
on paper, Michigan has the def-
inite advantage.

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