Saturday, December 5, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, December 5, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
By AL SHACKELFORD rang up 20 points and 15 re- s
bounds against Notre Dame, will
Rupp! Rupp! Rupp! be in the pivot for Michigan while
The snarling Wildcats of the 7-2 Tom Payne will man that post
University of Kentucky basketball for K e n t u c k y. This exciting
team will be set loose tonight at matchup should rival the fabled
Lexington against Michigan's bud- Godzilla-King duel for thrills and
ding young cagers, and the Wol- spills.
verines will have to improve on Payne scored 14 points in his
their performance in a season- coming-out against Northwestern
opening 94-81 loss to Notre Dame but was able to nab only a single
if they hope to avoid the rabid rebound. The big fella "wasn't
jaws of the.UK Wildcats. working very hard to get 'em."
Coach Adolph Rupp, as mellowsays Rupp in explanation of
at 69 as the Kentucky. bluegrass Payne's poor board performance.
he is rumored to smoke, will over- Kentucky's t e a m rebounding1
see his third-ranked squad as they performance wasn't much better,
attempt to drive the Wolverines as Northwestern applied a 56-421
yelping into the locker room. The board crusher to the Wildcats.-
Wildcats gave Northwestern the Rupp attributes this to North-,
rabies to the tune of 115-100 in western's being "more clever than
their season opener Tuesday night our 'boys. They kept the big boy
at Evanston. (Payne) away from the boards."
Rupp labels Michigan "a fine Considering Kentucky's 6-6.
ball team" and says, "They had; 6 5 7-2 height un front North-
western must have been very
The most awesome weapon inI
Kentucky's cedarcourt arsenal is
their amazing depth. Ten players:
hit the scoring column against
Northwestern and two non-start-,
ers reached double figures.
Starting forwards Tom Parker
and Larry Steele led the Kentucky
attack with 23 and 20 points re-
spectively, while 6-10 junior cen-
ter Mark Soderberg came off the
bench to angle in 15 points and
tear off eight rebounds. Reserve
guard Terry Mills added 13, start-
ing guard Kent Hollenback hit for
11, and 6-6 forward Larry Stamp-
er added 6.
Guard Mike Casey, who was all-
SEC as a sophomore and junior
but missed the 1969-70 season due
to a broken leg, scored only fivea
points and "didn't play very well,"
according to Rupp.
"Mike's leg was crushed, broken*
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in three places," explains Rupp,
"and it is affected by bad weather.
If it's sunny and nice, Mike will
probably play well."
Another poor performance was
turned in by 6-11 soph Jim An-
drews, who failed to score. An-
drews led the UK frosh last sea-
son with 28.4 and 14 rebounds a
Michigan will have to get an
improved performance from soph-
omore forward Henry Wilmore if
they hope to upset the Wildcats.
Wilmore only played about eight
minutes against Notre Dame, due
to foul trouble and a cut eye, and
contributed only eight points to
the Michigan attack. Michigan
coach Johnny Orr regards Wil-
more as "our main offensive
Wilmore, Brady, Dan Fife, Rod
Ford and Wayne Grabiec will start
against Kentucky. Fife played an
outstanding game against Notre
Dame, with 19 points and seven
assists, and Ford helped out with
17 points and nine rebounds.
Fife and Ford each played one
of the best games in their careers
against Notre Dame. Ford, who
was guarding the legendary Aus-
tin Carr, had 38 points scored
against him but still played
terrific defensive game. Fife,
meanwhile, hustled for 40 min-
Notre Dame beat until they began
to handle the ball carelessly in
the second half. Their front line
is probably as good as any we will
face this year.,
After sticking the Wolverines
with this glowing praise, Rupp!
adds that "we won't be surprised
if Michigan beats us."
Highlighting tonight's mapleI
affair will be an encounter be-I
tween each team's massive sopho-
more center: 6-9 Ken Brady, who
MICHIGAN FORWARD Rodney Ford (43) takes a jump shot
over the outstretched arm of Notre Dame forward Doug Gem-
mell (44). Ford finished the, night with 17 points, hitting on
eight of 15 from the field and one of two from the foul line.
M BUFFALO STUNS KNICKS:
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Special To The Daily
M i c h i g a n Wolverines were
stunned last night by a sur-
prisingly strong contingent of
icers from Colorado College as
they fell to the surging Tigers
8-2.Colorado College started
out fast in the opening period
and took an early lead that
they never relinquished.
Michigan's only two tallies
were notched by Bernie Gag-
non and Brian Slack while
eight separate icers, Bill Bald-
rica, Bob Collyard, Guy Hilde-
brand, Doug Palazzari, Casey
Ryan, Steve Sertich, John Lo-
gergren, and Mike Bertsch net-
ted the puck for the Tigers.
The disappointing icers, now
3-2 on the season and 1-2 in
the WCHA, face Colorado Col-
lege again tonight at Colorado
Springs. Colorado is 3-0 in
Jackie Meehan (35) drives past Dan Fife (24)
-r s e v
Pistons salvage slim victory
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons
built up 22 point leads in the first
half and again in the third quar-
ter but had to hang on to beat
the Chicago Bulls 107-103 last
The Bulls, who appeared out of
the game .midway through the
third quarter, stormed back on
the hot shooting of Matty Guokas
and Chet Walker to pull within
105-103 of the Pistons with 45
seconds to go.
pouring 'it on, the Braves broke
open a close game with nine min-
utes left. A basket by Garrett, the
high scrorer with 23, put the
Braves ahead for good at 76-75,
then May held his former mates
off with key baskets.
A Braves' surge, led by May and
Garrett, built an eight-point lead,
91-83, late in the game, but the
Knicks came within four, 93-89,
with 47 seconds left. But Garrett
made two free throws and May
added two more to kill the Knicks
land on top 2-0, the only time the
hapless Cavaliers, now 1-27, led,
during the game. Havlicek scored
14 of his points in the first quar-
f Boston held a 21-10 lead with
5:47 to go in the first period be-
fore Cleveland outscored the Cel-
tics 14-4 in three minutes to cut
the lead to 25-24.
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HOCKEY - at Colorado in Denver, 10:15 p.m.
WRESTLING - at Navy in Annapolis
SWIMMING - at Purdue in West Lafayette
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Braves scalp *
BUFFALO-Former New York Cavs come close
sub Don May, playing with a4 CLEVELAND - Boston's John
painful, infected ear that almost Havlicek poured in 39 points and
kept him out of the game, fired in JoJo White scored 27 to pace the
10 points in the last eight minutes Celtics to a 118-107 decision over
as Buffalo beat the Knicks 97-91 Cleveland's Cavaliers last night.
last night. Bob Lewis scored the first field
With May and Dick Garrett goal of the game, putting Cleve-
ProfesionaLeag e Sta dings
JProfessional League Standings 4!
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New York . 21 9 .700
Boston 16 10 .615
Philadelphia 15 14 .517
Buffalo 8 17 .320
Baltimore 15 12 .556
Cincinnati 9 14 .391
Atlanta 6 18 .250
Cleveland 1 7 .036
* Midwest Division
Milwaukee 20 3 .870
Detroit 18 10 .643
Chicago 13 10 .565
Phoenix 15 12 .536
Memphis 13 11 .565
Denver 7 16 .304
Texas 6 16 .273
Kentucky at Utah, inc.
Indiana 150, Carolina 116
New York 115, Floridians 110
Pittsburgh 117, Memphis 111
Denver vs. Texas at Dallas, inc.
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14 5 4
12 8 4
10 13 3
8 11 4
7 15 1
4 13 5
'Gymnasts vie for individual
titlesin Big Ten Invitational
By KENNETH A. COHN Michigan's four all-around
The Wolverine gymnasts, after competitors, veterans Rick Mc-
nd-pace finish in the Mid- Curdy, Ted Marti, and Ray Gura,
a secopen last weekend, are in and freshman Bill Hudgins will
East Lansing today for the Big try their hand - besides their
T Iast anintioaafndrtheBttemtarms and legs - in every event in
Ten Invitational, and will attempt the morning.
to regain the winning form nec-
essary for a second straight na- SEVERAL FRESHMEN, such as
tional championship. Monty Falb and Craig Sjogren In
Northwestern and Purdue, the the rings and standout Bob John-
only conference teams not parti- son on the parallel bars, will also
cipating today, will be replaced by be competing in the preliminaries
Eastern Michigan and Western and picking up valuable meet ex-
Michigan. The Wolverines' tough- perience.
est competition will probably be Today's meet will be distinguish-
the bouncers from Minnesota and ed by the total absence of team
Illinois, but Michigan will be points - individual winners will
anything but underdogs, what be honored, but no team will re-
with a strong class of freshmen turn with a trophy or first-p 1 a c e
ready to help make up for the loss recognition.
through graduation of several sup-
erstar squad members.. COACH LOKEN is convinced
this year's squad has as much
COACH NEWT LOKEN has al- ability and potential for success
ready designated one team mem- as any of his previous 25 teams,
ber to compete in each of the six despite last week's second-best
events in the finals tonight at effort. "We're working hard for
7:30. Ward Black will be tumbling this meet, and I expect consider-
in the floor exercises, Dick Kaz- able improvement over our first
my will jump the side horse while meet.
Rusty Pierce will vault, Mike Sale Today's match is the Wolverines'
will be on the rings, and Murray last before a month-long break and
Plotkin and Ed Howard will swing the opening of their dual-meet
on the parallel bars and high bar season next January 8 at West-
respectively. ern Michigan.
Baltimore 131, Seattle 116
Detroit 107, Chicago 103
Milwaukee 128, Philadelphia 122, o.t.
Buffalo 97, New York 91
Boston 118, Cleveland 107j
Phoenix at Portland, inc.
San Francisco at Los Angeles,. inc.'
Only games scheduled.
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Kentucky 18 6 .750 -
Virginia 14 10 .583 4
New York 12 11 .500 S 1/z
Floridians 11 14 .45874
Pittsburgh 11 16 .385 8%4
Carolina , 8 16 .348 10
Utah 16 7 .696 -
Indiana 15 10 .583 2
(Fri. & Sat.)
Chicago 15 4 5 35 8
St. Louis 11 5 7 29 5
Minnesota 11 8 3 25, 5
Philadelphia 10 10 2 22 5
Pittsburgh 5 10 9 19 6
Los Angeles 8 12 2 18 6
California 6 16 2 14 5
Philadelphia at California, inc.
Only game scheduled
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