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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 11, 1971

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Upset-minded
Warriors in t

By JIM EPSTEIN
Are the Michigan Wolverines
really one of the ten best bas-
ketball teams in the country?
Doubt one way or the other could
well be removed after tonight's
meeting in Milwaukee between
the cagers and number two rank-
ed Marquette.
The teams carry identical 3-0
records into the battle, with both
eking out meager one point vic-
tories in the preceding games.
The Warriors boast 6-11 junior
center Jim Chones as their big
man. Chones averaged 17.9 points
per game last year, coupled with
11.4 rebounds to -rate rave re-
views all over the basketball
world. Chones hit on 57 percent
of his shots from the field in
1970-71.
Thus far this season, Chones
has raised both his rebounding

and point averages to 12.3 and 9.6i
respectively.
Marquette's other big gun is
senior Bob Lackey, a 6-6 for-
ward. Traditionally, Coach Allie
McGuire's teams have featured
the seniors in the major scoring
roles and this year the benefactor
will be Lackey. He has already,
raised his scoring average to near-
ly 18 points per game from the 13
point mark he had last year.
Rounding out the powerful War-
rior lineup are 6-3 Allie McGuire,
6-1 Marcus Washington and 6-9
Larry McNeill. McGuire, the
coach's son, returns as the third
hold over starter from last year's
squad. McGuire is the floor lead-
er of the team and tops the as-
sist category for the Warriors,
McGuire is hitting at about sev-
en and a half points a game so
far this season.
Coach McGuire's two starting

cagers
rtanic s
sophomores bring distinguished
records with them to the varsity.
Washington and McNeill carried
high averages as freshmen last
season and are hitting at a com-
bined rate of 26 points per game
this year.
Marquette opened the sched-
ule with a trouncing of unknown
St. John's of Minnesota, 89-50
with Chones taking the scoring
honors with 24 points.
The Warriors followed by
crumbling Bowling Green 84-64
led by Lackey's 21. However, Mar-
quette ran into a little difficulty
with Memphis State.
The Warriors were down 73-72
to the Missouri Valley Club before
reserve forward George Frazier hit
a 25 foot jumper at the buzzer
to pull them out of trouble.
Against Marquette, coach John
Orr will start Ernie Johnson,,Hen-
ry Wilmore, John Lockard, Wayne
Grabiec and Dave Hart. The
match up of Wilmore against Lac-
key, the Warriors top defensive
player, should prove interesting.
Wilmore, averaging 29.3 a game,
had a poor shooting night against
Eastern Michigan last Tuesday,
hitting on only 9 of 29 from the
floor, and is shooting only 43
per cent from the field so far.
Grabiec has been the hot
shooter, carrying almost a 20 point
average and shooting a spectac-
ular 52 per cent. Lockard, who
has drawn much praise from Orr

tackle
truggle
on his improved play, is hitting
for nearly 16 points a game,
while Hart and Johnson each
stand at just over nine a game.
The rebounding load has been
divided up equally among the
frontliners, with Wilmore and
Lockard pulling down in excess of
14 a game, and Johnson clawing
about ten caroms a contest.
Orr has characterized the Wol- 4
verines' performance as being "so-
so basketball, but for five to eight
minutes a game, we've played
super basketball, and it's been
enough to winthe ball games.''
Orr, although pleased with the
team's 33-0 record, acknowledges
that "We'll have to be at our very
best to stay in the game."
The Wolverines may get some
relief from the fact that Allie Mc-
Guire probably won't be in the
line up for tonight's contest. He
has been hampered by an infec-
tion and reserve Gary Grzesk will
likely be in the backcourt when *
the game begins.
The Warriors, who have won
58 consecutive games in Milwau-
kee, are not taking the Wolver-
ines lightly. As most of Michigan
opponents do, Marquette seems
overly concerned about Wilmore.
Chones, a teammate of Wilmore's
at the Pan American games in Co-
lumbia last summer says, "He
can do everything well. I don't
think people realize how good he
is.,

Name
Wilmor
Grabiee
Lockard
Hart
Johnson
Tyler
Buss
Bazelon
Rea
S. Brad
Whitten
Weaver
Bernard
MICHIC
Oppone
RECOR

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS
(3 Games-Thru 12-7-71)
G FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Rbs Ave Pt
e 3 28-65 43.1 32-43 42 14.0 8
e 3 23-44 52.3 13-15 14 4.7 5
d . 3 17-41 41.5 13-19 44 14.7 4
3 11-24 45.6 7-12 5 1.7 2
n 3 12-30 40.0 4-5 31 10.3 2
3 6-14 42.9 3-5 5 1.7 1
2 3-3 100.0 0-2 1 0.5
n 2 2-6 33.3 0-0 2 1.0
1 1-1 100.0 0-0 0 0.0
dy - 2 0-0 0.0 2-2 3 1.5
n 2 0-0 0.0 0-0 1 0.5
2 0-1 0.0 0-0 0 0.0
d 1 0-0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0
GAN 3 103-229 44.9 74-103 168 56.0 28
nts 3 98-226 43.4 44-64 145 48.3 24
D: 3 wins, no losses
SCORES:

is
8
59
7
9
8
5
6
4
2
2
0
0
0
80
40

Ave
29.3
19.7
15.7
9.7
9.3
5.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
93.3
80.0

Im

M
101 Notre Dame
90 Western Michigan
89 Eastern Michigan

Opp
83
69
87

-Daily-David Margolick
John Lockard (light 45) battles
for rebound

Team
Points 101 vs.
Field Goals 36 vs.
Field Goal Atts 84 vs.
Free Throws 29 vs.
Free Throw Atts 42 vs.
Rebounds 58 vs.
Assists 23 vs.

High 'M' Scorer
26 Grabiec
38 Wilmore
29 Wilmore
SEASON HIGHS
n Ind
Notre Dame 38
Notre Dame 13
Eastern Mich. 29
Notre Dame 12
Notre Dame 17
Notre Dame 20
Western Mich. 7

High 'M' Rebounder
17 Lockard
16 Wilmore
20 Lockard

i vidual
Wilmore vs. Western Michigan
Wilmore vs. Western Michigan
Wilmore vs. Eastern Michigan
Wilmore vs. Western Michigan
Wilmore vs. Western Michigan
Lockard vs. Eastern Michigan
Hart vs. Eastern Michigan

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