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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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. By The Associated Press With the score 37-35 midway
PHILADELPHIA - Howard through the second period, the
,porter and Hank Siemiontkowski a ,Bucks whipped off a 10-0 string
combined for 64 points and 32 re- with Alcindor doing most of the
bounds last night as Villanova damage. Another spurt, this one
routed ninth-ranked Notre Dame, coming in the third quarter, ended
99-81, in a college basketball game. any Laker hopes for a comeback.
Porter, a 6-foot-8 senior, col-
lected 15 field goals and five free NIGHT EDITOR:
throws for 35 points and grabbed ELLIOT LEGOWNorth Stars fall
5 rebounds, while Siemiontkow- MONTREAL - Team captain
ski tossed in 12 from the field and Jean Beliveau fired three goals-
five at the foul line for 29 points 59 per cent of their floor shots and including the 500th of his National
and hauled down 17 rebounds. outrebounded the Indians 45-24. Hockey League career-as Mon-
Villanova, 18-5, actually won It was the 11th victory in a row for treal Canadiens thrashed the Min-
the game in the first half with Jacksonville. nesota North Stars 6-2 last night.
Porter scoring 20 and Siemiont- * * Beliveu scored twice in the first
kowski 17 as the Wildcats built a
W4-33 half time lead. Villanova Lakers sunk period and then beat Minnesota
put the pressure on the Fighting MILWAUKEE - With Lew Al-° goaltender Gilles Gilbert with goal
Irish, boosting its lead twice to as cindor and Oscar Robertson domi- No. 500th at 6:42 of the second
many as 24 points in the early nating play, the Milwaukee Bucks period.
minutes of the second half, crushed Los Angeles 122-88 in the Beliveau also assisted on a goal
Notre Dame, in losing its sixth National Basketball Association by Frank Mahovlich in the second
against 12 victories, never got last night. period and moved into the team's
closer than 14 points and never Alcindor pumped in 31 points, scoring leadership with 18 goals
as in the game after Villanova's 22 in the first half, and grabbed: and 35 assists for 53 points.
first half surge. 21 rebounds, 17 in the first cwo Defenseman Jean-Claude Trem-
Austin Carr scored 37 points for periods. blay and left winger John Fergu-
the Irish on 13 field goals and 11 Wilt Chamberlain led Los An- son scored the other Montreal
free throws. geles with 25 points and 11 re- goals while Bill Goldsworthy
bounds.scored both for Minnesota.

By BOB HEUER
It's hard to imagine balance as
the key to success with a scorer
like Michigan's sophomore Henry
Wilmore around, but that's what's
been winning ball games this year
for the Maize and Blue.
Having a man who can be count-
ed on for 25 or 30 points a game
is no insurance that the team will
win; witness the mediocrity of the
Rudy Tomjanovich era at Michi-
gan.
iWilmore has led the Wolverines
in scoring in every Big Ten game
so far this year and is currently
third in conference scoring with
a 30 point mark. It is overall
balance, though, that has carried
Michigan to a league-leading 6-0
record.
All five starters average in
double figures, a feat no other Big
Ten team can boast of; and the
other starters seem to take turns
backing up Wilmore in the scor-
ing column.
Last Saturday, it was Rodney
Ford pumping in 22 points to tie
Wilmore for scoring honors. Ken
Brady has had games of 18,
Wayne Grabiec 16, and Danny
Fife 15 all in recent weeks.
In other statistics released this
week, Michigan continued to lead
the Big Ten in field goal percent-
age with a phenominal 49.3 per
cent, five percentage points over
Illinois, their nearest challenger.
The Wolverines are also first with
a 90.5 point offensive output per
game.
In individual scoring, Fred
Brown took over the top spot on
the strength of a 36 point per-
formance in Iowa's upset of pre-
viously unbeaten Illinois last week.
Brown is now averaging 32.8 com-

pared to 30.2 for Indiana's George On the national stat scene,
McGinnis and 30.0 for Wilmore. three new leaders emerged this
The Iowa senior also leads t h e week: Marquette reached a 22.4
league in free throw percentage point margin of victory level, In-
with a mark of just under 90 per diana took the lead in rebounds
cent, with a 56.5 average, and Fairleigh-
George McGinnis still is tops Dickinson's defense is the stingiest,
under the boards with his 16.8 re- allowing a mere 56.5 points per
bounds per game average. game.
In team defense, Ohio State In the statistics game, Henry
leads with an average yield of only Wilmore has given the mathema-
72.6 points a game. Illinois is ticians a break by coming out even
second in that category, giving up on nearly all his vital stats. Wil-
an average of 76.0 points a game. more is averaging exactly 30 points
These two teams will meet Satur- in the Big Ten, 25 points overall,
day in Columbus in the TV game while hitting exactly 50 per cent
of the week. Both have lost of his field goal tries and 75 per
only once. cent of his free throws.

-Associated Press
WILT CHAMBERLAIN (13) of the Los Angeles Lakers stuffs a
shot viciously as Milwaukee's Lew Alcindor (33) crouches away.
However, the Bucks bombed the Lakers last night 122-88.

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Sixth-
'anked Jacksonville broke a Wil-
liam & Mary slow-down midway
through the first half and went
on to smother the Indians 100-69
last night in a non-conference bas-
ketball encounter.
Ernie Fleming sparked the Dol-
phin attack with 30 points and
-Iarold Fox added 15.
Towering Artis Gilmore, the na-
tion's leading rebounder, managed
only two points, but grabbed 14
rebounds and blocked numerous
shots.
The Dolphins, now 17-2, hit on

COMING OFF BIG WEEK:

Matmen meet Illini, Hoosiers

By MEL GRIEVES.
With two hard-earned successes
under their belts - a draw with
Cal Poly and a victory over Iowa
-Michigan's matmen should have
an easy weekend as they travel
to Champaign today and Bloom-
ington tomorrow for meets w i t h
Illinois and Indiana.

Charity game at night
The wheelchair ' basketball
game played by the Detroit
Sparks at Crisler Arena tomor-
row will begin at 8 p.m., not in
the afternoon as reported yes-
terday. The game will be a
charity contest for the benefit
of Mott Children's Hospital. Do-
nations for the game are $1.00.

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
WRESTLING-at Illinois
HOCKEY--at Wisconsin
TOMORROW
BASKETBALL-at Purdue
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL--at Bowling Green
WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL EXHIBITION-Crisler Arena,
8 p.m.
SWIMMING-Illinois at Matt Mann Pool, 3 p.m.
GYMNASTICS--Ohio State at Crisler Arena, 1:30 p.m.
TRACK-Michigan State Relays at East Lansing
HOCKEY-at Wisconsin
Lady umpire attacked in court;
Bears, Evanston sidestep trial
By The Associated Press
ROCHESTER, N.Y.-A Jackson Heights, N.Y. housewife who
wants to become professional baseball's first female umpire "wouldn't
be hired even if she were a man," a baseball attorney has told the State
Supreme Court's Appellate Division.
George S. Leisure Jr. argued the appeal for the National Associa-
*n of Professional Baseball Leagues. The association appealed an
order of the State Division of Human Rights to approve a minor-league
contract for Mrs. Bernice Gera, 39.
The lawyer said Mrs. Gera was rejected in 1969 because she did
not meet the physical and educational standards set for minor-league
umpires.
Standards set in 1965 require candidates to be at least 5 feet 10
-aches tall and weigh 170 lbs, he said. Mrs. Gera is 5-feet-2 and weighs
128 pounds.
* CHICAGO-The Chicago Bears and the city of Evanston agreed
yesterday to attempt an out-of-court settlement of the National Football
League club's effort to make Northwestern University's Dyche Stadium
the Bears' home field.
4 The Bears, reportedly seeking a five-year lease of Dyche Stadium
for home games, and the northern suburb of Evanston agreed in Circuit
Court to dismissal of a suit brought by the Bears against the suburb.
Evanston had sought to ban the Bears from the Big Ten school's
stadium.

"The traveling makes it a' little Tom Quinn, elected by the Wol-
hard on the squad", said c o a c h verines as champion of the week
Rick Bay, but neither the Illini for wins over Cal Poly and Iowa,
nor the Hoosiers present much opponents will face Bill Schroeder
opposition . "Record-wise, they're and John Willson in his 158 pound,
the two weakest teams in the con- matches.
ference."
The hardest task the Wolveines Bob Huizenga will meet either
may face during the meets is keep Carl Medley or Dennis McCabe
my frometuingsloppymeetinin e-against the Illini and Indiana's
ing from getting sloppy. "Winning Dave Geiger. The Wolverines will
and losing are habits and if you send Roger Ritzman Into the 177
let yourself become sloppy be- matchRagar itzPalJaco and Jim
cause of lack of respect for'your match against Paul Jacob and Ji
opponent then you're in trouble" Clary.
added Bay. "Our goal is to shut Therlon Harris should have lit-
out both teams." tle trouble beating Denver Beck
Wins over Illinois and Indiana of Illinois and injured John Ar-
WrinslorIinisand anasbuckle of the Hoosiers, but Rick
are vital to Michigans sharpness Bolhouse may meet some chal-
ay te Woeries osnet uatu- lenging opposition with Mike Le-
daythWovrnshsunfetvni and Gary Donatelli. Dona-
ed Michigan State. Although con- telli is undefeated for the season.
ference standing has minimal im-d d
portance in deciding league chain- F
pionship, "pride is involved" said So
Bay. Scores
Michigan will send captain Jer- College Scores
ry Hoddy at 118 against Bob May- Villanova 99, Notre Dames 8
er of Illinois today and D o u g Jacksonville 100, William &Mary 69
Steiger of Indiana Saturday. Bill Dayton 70, Cincinnati 69
Davids will grapple with either Drake 113, Bradley 78
Louisville 94, Wichita State 85
Illini Gregg Zuidema or Jay Fre- Richmond 106, Furman 87
geau, and with Tom Mash of Ind- Boston U. 85, Brandeis 75
iana in the 126 match. Allegheny 80, Western Reserve 69
' Ti Ceh my bebac inthe Fordham 109, Rhode Island 87
Tim ech ay b bac in he W. Carolina 84, UNC at Ashville 80
line up at 134 and either he or St. Johns N.Y. 82, Niagara 71
Jim Hagan will wrestle Andy Pas- Hampden-Sidney 95, Lynchburg 69
saglia and Bill Green. Mark King Susquehanna 77, Juniata 75
is also back at 142, and will face Norfolk State 88, Morgan State 80
is aso ack t 12, nd wll ace Adeiphi 74, King's Point 72
Enos Brownridge of Illinois and Tulsa 89, North Texas State 84
Hoosier Bill Willetts. Willetts, with Iona 80, Bridgeport 79
a 10-2 record is one of Indiana's N B A
top wrestlers. Milwaukee 122, Los Angeles 88
At 150, Michigan's Jerry Hub- Pittsburgh 114, NA B A
P~tsbrgh11, ew York 110
bard will take on either Quentin N H L
Wolfe or John Oaks at Champaign Montreal 6, Minnesota 2
and Dale Barnard at Bloomington. Boston 5, St. Louis 3

Hoope Pickings
This week we thought we would try to revive the old tradition
of having a guest selector of Hoope Pickings. So we went down to
the house of an old friend of ours, The White Rat.
"Well Rat, how do you think the Duke-Maryland game is gonna
go?
"Yeah, well uh, I used to know the daughter of the National
Guard Colonel who is in charge of riot control for the Durham-
Raleigh Chapel Hill area and she used to tease her father by explod-

-Daily-Terry McCarthy
DAN FIFE reaps the harvest of a successful fast-break as Barry
Hentz (53) and Rich Sund (42) give chase. The running game
has paid big dividends for the Wolverines this year, adding an-
other dimension to their potent league-leading offense.

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ing his tear gas grenades in their
went to get a beer he'd . . ."
1. MICHIGAN at Purdue
(pick score)
2. Wisconsin at Northwestern
3. Indiana at Iowa
4. Michigan State at Minnesota
5. Illinois at Ohio State
6. Notre Dame at DePaul
7. Duke at Maryland
8. Southern California at
Oregon
9. Jacksonville vs. Bradley
10. LaSalle vs. Villanova

refrigerator, so when the old man
11. Virginia at Wake Forest
12. UCLA at Oregon State
13. Detroit at Marquette
14. Miami (O) at Ohio U.
15. Western Michigan at
Northern Illinois
16. Washington at California
17. Drake at St. Louis
18. Tennessee Tech at Western
Kentucky
19. Dartmouth at Columbia
20. Alaska at Hawaii

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