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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, January 11, 1973
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hibald, listed at 6-foot-I and
Thurs., Jan. 11, 8 p.m.
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Archibald, who used to have trou-
ble getting into big-city basketball
arenas because of his diminutive
appearance, led the balloting for
the West team for the National
Basketball Association's All-Star
Game in Chicago Jan. 23.
155 pounds, received a near-unan-
imous vote from the writers a n d
broadcasters who selected the first'
eight players for the squad, an-
nounced yesterday by NBA Com-
missioner Walter Kennedy.
Archibald, who leads the NBA
with averages of 33.2 points and By BOB McGINN that one, nobody in Madison would'
11.7 assists per game, will be mak- The strains of "On Wisconsin" have minded.
ing his first all-star appearance in haven't been reverberating through But it was more than the Bruin
this year's 23rd renewal of the Camp Randall Fieldhouse the past bombing that is sticking in the
game, which will be nationally few years. Some felt this season, craws of Badger backers. A week
televised by ABC. however, would be different. But ago Wisconsin had inter-state rival
with the Badgers 5-5 overall and Marquette all but counted out, but
Joining Archibald in the start- going no where in the Big Ten, it the Warriors of Al McGuire
ing lineup will be guary J e r r y looks like it'll be the same old scrambled off the deck in two over-
West of Los Angeles, center Ka- song again. times to win the game and the
reem Abdul-Jabbar of Milwaukee championship of the Milwaukee
and forwards Spencer Haywood of PERHAPS IT WAS the opening Classic. It was a bitter pill for
Seattle and Rick Barry of Golden game that shattered this Wisconsin Wisconsin, not only because it
State. outfit which returned four regulars would have snapped Marquette's
Also selected for the team were from last year's 13-11 club. The 80 game home victory skein, but
place was Pauley Pavilion, the host it would also have helped in this
Portland's Sidney Wicks, W i 1 t was UCLA, and the score was 94 spring's recruiting battle.
Chamberlain of Los Angeles and 53. If Coach John Powless had There are only a handful of col-
Charlie Scott of Phoenix. punched his schedulemaker after lege prospects from Wisconsin high
THE BAGELS FOR BRUNCH BUNCH STRIKES AGAIN!
Prof. Murray Meisels
Dept. of Psychology, EMU
formerly at Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem
HANG-UPS IN ISRAEL"
following lox & bagels brunch
(talk is free, brunch 75c)
Sunday, Jan. 14, 11 a.m., at Hillel, 1429 Hill
schools each year, and McGuiret
has been able to grab the best1
recently. Powless' current roster is,
dotted with home grown products'
(10 of 17), but few are of the blue--
chip variety. Add the fact that Mc-1
Guire has been so successful inl
wooing New York players and you
can see the situation Badger bas-1
ketball is inf
STILL, Powless landed a pair-of'
New York cornermen several years1
ago in Leon Howard and Gary
Watson, and they have both per-c
formed well for him. Watson, how-
ever, after two campaigns of regu-1
lar duty, left the squad early inc
December and his loss has hurt.
Howard, meanwhile, is the Bad-1
gers' leading scorer at 15.5 points1
per game and is the team's cap-z
tain. A second team All-Big Ten
pick a year ago, Howard (6-5, 175)
can also board with far bigger1
Starters up front with Howard'
are the 6-11 Hughes twins, Kim andI
Kerry. Both juniors have performed
well so far, helping the Badgers to1
a rebounding edge over all but two
of their foes.
Kim, who lines up in the pivot,
has improved slightly on his sopho-
more season. He's averaging at
Doint more at 12.6, and maintains1
hi fnnrm b in dnrcnrintc
to play other people. He almost
begged me to come back."
Powless has refused to comment
on Grimes' charges, saying, "No,
I'm not going to put myself down
by getting into any type of battle
But the fact remains that the
basketball situation in Madison is
far from peaceful. Wisconsin does
not land players of the caliber of
Watson and Grimes often, and their
loss is painful
EVEN WITHOUT these two, Wis-
consin's problems haven't centered
around the front-line. Powless'
main worry has been in the back-
Junior Gary Anderson (6-4) has
been the most consistent guard,
but he clearly isn't a threat to
capture any post-season honors.
Anderson is averaging 10.2 ppg.
and also does a good job on the
The other backcourt berth has
been shared by 6-1 junior speed
merchant . Lamont Weaver and
sharpshooting sophomore Bruce
McCauley. Weaver, who is still
remembered throughout the state
for his last ditch 65-foot shot which
won the state championship for his
Beloit team, is having a horren-
dous shooting year (30 per cent).
He scores at a 7.5 clip.
It was the 13th all-star selec-
tion for West and Chamberlain,
tying them with Bob Cousy for
the all-time lead in that honor.
The remainder of the 14-man
squad will be selected by the nine
coaches in the Western Conference.
The first eight members of the
East team were announced Tues-
The Next Jury
To Select Work For Display
Will Be On Tues., Jan. 16
All work must be submitted by Sunday, Jan. 14
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aiIs norm of ooaras per conesi. . THE 6-3 McCAULEY is a com-
HTS BROTHER, on the other pletely different kind of player.
hand, has been a pleasant surprise His deficiencies are quickness and
to Powless. Kerry lacked aggres- ballhandling, but he is a phenom-
siveness on the backboards in 1971- enal marksman. As a freshman Mc-
72 and played sparingly. But this Cauley fired 58.6 per cent from the
time around the Freeport, Ill. na- floor. This season his percentage
tive has been tough in every phase, ha1s9717 record: 13-11 6- Big Ten
snorting marks of 13.1 points and 1972-72 record: 1-11 - Big Ten
8 rebounds a contest. 1972-73 record: 5-5, 0-2 Big Ten
Before the season it was doubtful Strengths: Strong frontline pro-
whether Kerry would even earn a vides tough rebounding and ade-
berth in the starting lineup. Wat- quate scoring. Leon Howard a su-
son, whohad missed the second~ perb overall performer.
half of last winter's play because I Weaknesses: Miserable shooting,
of scholastic ineliibility, was inconsistency at guard. Loss of
around, and so was highly-pnbliciz- Gary Watson and Kessem Grimes.
ed 6-9 sophomore Kessem Grimes.
He had marks of 23.9 points and 17 flj leb al
boards as a freshman.1e
But Watson quit, and Grimes
He's number one
That week smile belongs to future Philadelphia Phillie Alan Ban-
nister, first man taken yesterday in baseball's annual amateur,
draft. Watching the former Arizona State shortstop sign his career
away are his wife, Kathy, and Phillie scout Merrill Combs.
didn't seem to fit into Powless'
plans from the beginning.pOn De-
cember 24th Powless dropped the
sophomore from the squad for
missing several practices.
MONDAY, Grimes blasted his
coach's "overall philosophy." "I
didn't want to leave Wisconsin but
Powless gave me no other choice,"
he said. "He told me he wanted to
play me, but had outside pressures
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W L T
Montreal 24 6 10
Boston 26 10 3
NY Rangers 25 13 3
Buffalo 23 12 7
Detroit 18 16 6
Toronto 14 20 6
Vancouver 12 25 6
NY Islanders 4 33 4
Chicago 24 14 2
Minnesota 19 15 5
L. Angeles 19 18 4
Atlanta 17 19 7
Philadelphia 17 18 6
Pittsburgh 17 18 6
St. Louis 14 19 7
California 7 24 8F
The state of Michigan's 1973
ptaddlehallttournament will take
nlace Friday night, Saturday and
Sunday (don't worry, it will be
over in time for the Super Bowl) at
the Intramural Building. Any Mich-
igan resident or student enrolled
in a Michigan school, college or
university is eligible to participate
in the tourney. The entry fee is
$7.00 per verson per event and the
deadline for entries in the double
elimination affair is tonight at 6:00.
Entries should be taken to the
Categories in the three-day tour-
ney consist of men's singles, men's
3doubles, women's singles and
doubles, master singles (the con-
testants in this category must be
over 40 years of age) and master
Over 100 participants have sub-
mitted entries for the tournament
but more women's doubles teams
are needed. Only one doubles team
of women has so far signed up for
the event. Anyone interested in
watching the tournament is wel-
come at the Intramural Building
anytime during the weekend. The
finals will be held at approximately
11:00 a.m. on Sunday.
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Friday, Jan. 12-3 p.m.-9 P.m.
Saturday, Jan. 13-11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Last Night's Results
Detroit 2, Pittsburgh 1
Atlanta 5, Chicago 2
Toronto 4, NY Islanders 2
Montreal 6, Minnesota 0
St. Louis at California, Inc.
Minnesota at Boston
NY Rangers at Buffalo
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
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