THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, November 8, 1974
-, McGHiEE IMPRESSES ORR
By AL HRAPSKY "In our
Johnny Orr's basketball squad played po
is finally beginning to resemble the best.
the disciplined and exciting until son
team that surprised everyone can play
by winning the Big Ten and "He's a
advancing to the quarterfinals good quic
in the NCAA tournament last come mo
year. bound a I
Although four starters return Assistai
from that cinderella quintet, Orr attributes
is faced with the perplexing status as
task of grooming a suitable re- his speed
placement for forward Campy
Russell who relinquished his
final year of eligibility by de-
fecting to the Cleveland Cava-
liers of the NBA.
AFTER THREE weeks of
laborious drills, conditioning and
scrimmage, Orr has asserted
that if the Wolverines were to
start the season tomorrow, 6'7"
_ freshman Burrell McGhee, from
Warren, Ohio, would get the nod
orly and Burrell looked
Now he'll be in thereI
reone shows us they
a good shooter and has1
ckness, but has to be-
ore aggressive and re-
ittle better," he added.
nt coach Jim Dutcher
s starting forward to
us on the fast break."
While McGhee presently seems
to have the upper hand, there
are three other capable can-
didates who are only a step
behind him.. Johnny Robinson,
a 6'6" forward from Chicago
who was academically ineligible
last season, . is considered by
Orr to possess "the greatest,
all-around ability." '
Freshman Joel Thompson, a
6'7" shooting whiz from Flint
who possesses great leaping
ability, Ricky White, a 6'5" 210
pound sophomore who has given
up football to concentrate his
talents on the hardwood and
6'7" frosh Lenny Lillard from
Ann Arbor, round out the com-
petition at forward.
ORR HAS mentioned, how-
ever, that White may see some
playing time at center with
starting pivot man C. J. Kupec
moving to a forward spot. This
lineup would provide the Wol-
verines with a capable and
proven outside shooter in Ku-
pec as well as added rebounding
muscle in the bullish White.
"C.J. did it last year with
Campy moving to center, but
he'll probably do it more this
year," Orr remarked.
FOR A FRESHMAN to step in
and try to fill the shoes of Rus-
sell, a superlative scorer and
r£'bounder as well as passer, is
io mean task. As a matter of
fact, not many veteran round-:
ball players could boast that
"For a freshman it's a dif-
ficult job to go in there and
play well and sometimes people
forget that," Orr asserts.
ORR'S DILEMMA in trying
to fill the number' one forward
spot has been complicated by
the fact that no one has been
consistantly outstanding. Orr of-
fered an explanation of this
"Whe? they have to play
auainst four guys who are
am-io'ig the best in the country,
they get discouraged," he
Although McGhee has been
practicing with returning start-
ers Steve Grote, Joe Johnson,
Wayman Britt and Kupec, Orr
said that it would be premature
to make a definite or absolute
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V-Rs face Toledo eleven
By RICH LERNER
The Michigan varsity-reserve football team will attempt to
complete an undefeated season when it battles the Toledo Rockets
in Michigan Stadium, this afternoon. The Baby Blue beat Notre
Dame twice and defeated Bowling Green in a battle of fumbles
earlier in the season.
Toledo has been' on the losing end of two games, both
close, and has posted no wins. They were bested by Western
Michigan, 15-13, and nipped by Bowling Green, 7-0. Against
Western, the Rockets dominated the game, but the Broncos
scored on a kick-off return and a fumble recovery to win.
A year ago, the Toledo eleven topped the Michigan JayVees
13-6, holding the Wolverines scoreless until Jerry Zuver 'raced
64 yards for atouchdown with only 28 seconds tocplay.
"Our kids will be ready," said Michigan coach Dennis
Brown, "especially after what happened last year.
Both teams have strong defenses and will use a basic
"Oklahoma" alignment. That consists of a five-man front, two
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The tenacious Toledo defenders held Western 'Michigan to
minus one yards rushing and only 72 yards in the air. However,
they will face a powerful Michigan 2round game, headed by
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Highly touted freshman Roer Bettis, an Ohioan, will
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he added, "but we'll also have to establish our running game."
Brown insists the game will be decided by turnovers. "We
had none in our first two games, but we had five against Bowling
Green, and at this level, turnovers is the name of the game."
Polomen defend championship
By RICHARD FLAHERTY
The Michigan waterolo team travels to Chicago today to
compete in the Midwest Tolurnamet at George Williams. Current-
ly undefeated, Michigan is heavily favored to retain the cham-
pionship title they won last year.
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