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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, February 15, 1913

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RF H AGO fields iop
B yBy LEBA HERTZ defense when Burleson got him-
Boasting the second, sixth and self in foul trouble.
tenth ranked basketball teams in After losing twice to the Wolf-
the country, the Atlantic Coast pack, tenth ranked Maryland was
Conference offers one of the most later upset by Duke University 85-
exciting conference races this year. 81 to give the Terps a 15-3 record.
Bluegrass M usic North Carolina State leads the Under coach Lefty Driesell,
conference with a 19-0 record. Con- Maryland is led by 6-11 center Tom
sidered by some to be the only McMillen, the number two shooter
team that could defeat UCLA, the in the country with a percentage
at the Wolfpack, due to recruiting viola- of .646. McMillen preceded this
tions, is forbidden to participate season with a stint on the United
in any NCAA post-season games. States Olympic team in Munich.
PR ETZEL BELL N.C. State, ranked sixth nation- McMillen calls the Olympics
ally at the beginning of the season, "one of my greatest experiences"
13rr r L-Tse-93has moved up to second and is the and said there were many advan-
WED.-THURS. - 9:30 only major team besides UCLA! tages to his development as a
FRI.-SAT. - 10:00 left undefeated, person as well as a player.
Led by super sophs David "It had to help me defensive-
120 E LibertyThompson and 7-4 center Tom ly," McMillen goes on. "(U.S.
Burleson, North Carolina State has Olympic) Coach Iba is a very
had to contend with such powers sound defensive coach and I
as Maryland, a team which the learned a lot from his system."
Pack knocked off twice. The sec- Many critics of McMillen say
and time that North Carolina State that he does not grab enough re-
had to play the Terps, Coach Norm botunds. One reason is McMillen's
TF YI N T VFUSloan had to revert to a 2-3 zone teammate, Len Elmore. Elmore,

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teams
junior who leads the Atlantic
Conference in rebounding'
an average of 12 per game,
defensive leader of Mary-
Virginia Cavaliers upset 18-
th Carolina with spread-out
e and the sparkling play of
Parkhill and freshman Wally
r. Parkhill scored 23 points
set up plays that allowed
r to score 25 points. Walker
ing 68.5 percent of his shots.
h-ranked North Carolina has
s problems recently, absorb-
nsecutive losses to Maryland
Virginia. But the Tar Heels
back last week to defeat,
Forest 69-51' with the sharp
e shooting of guards Darrell
n, George Karl and Brad
an. The Tar Heels were hurt
beginning of the year when
Washington broke a bone in
ft foot.
the team that wins the Atlan-
oast Conference season title
not necessarily represent the
ence at the NCAA post-
ntournament.
the teams in the conference
n a post-season round-robin
f. The winner attends the
tournament. Of course if
Carolina State wins the con-
e tourney, the runner-up will
the NCAA play-offs in its

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Ex 'M' golfer
joins PGI tour,
Gary Balliet, captain of the 1971
Michigan golf team, just made a
step towards the professional golf
tour by entering Professional Golf
Incorporated (P.G.I.) for the 1973
Winter Tour.
Following graduation this fall,
Gary found a group of sponsors
and decided to give 'this "minor
league" golf a try. Balliet has won
three consecutive Michigan Pub-
linz championships, placed third in
the 1971 National Publinz Tourna-
ment, and sixth in the 1972 West-,
ern Amateur.
P.G.I. is an "Academy of Golf"
for young, aspiring professionals.
who have yet to be exposed to
many facets of professionalism'
Any golfer who has earned less
than $10,000 on the PGA tour in the
last 12 months is qualified to enter
this tour.
Balliet has been in Voldosta, Ga.
since early January getting ready.
for the first tournamenthseries
which begins February 19th.
PGI is conducting its 1973 Winter
Tour on two championship g o If
courses: Frances Lake Golf Course
in Voldosta, and Lake City Country
Club in Lake City, Fla.

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CHICAGO (I)-Steve Downing, "in his last three games Downing play i
the red-hot pivotman who helped has played about as well as he can playof
Indiana regain sole possession of play."NCAA
first place, has been named the Bigy And after viewing Downing's 41-
Ten basketball Player of the Week point performance, Illinois Coach North
by The Associated Press. Harv Schmidt simply said "Down- ferenc
Downing, a 6-foot-8 pivotman ing sure was at the buckets to- attend
from Indianapolis, edged Minne- night." place.
sota's Ron Behagen and became Downing needed his brilliant per-;
the second Hoosier to win the formance against Illinois to beat
award this season. Freshman out Behagen for the week's top
Quinn Buckner was an earlier In- honor.
diana winner. Behagen came up with a power- Wilm
Downing, who has scored 98 ful game last Saturday in leading Russ
points in his last three games, defending champion Minnesota to Brad
netted 41 Monday night to boost an 80-78 "must" victory over Ohio John
Indiana to an 87-66 triumph over State. The talented Gopher scored Johr
Illinois. The victory enabled the 33 points and pulled down 16 re- John
Hoosiers to break a tie with rival bounds. Kup
Purdue and take sole possession Behagen's performance prompted Lock
of first place in the torrid Big Ten Minnesota Coach Bill Musselman to Brit
title racd. remark "That's the best conference Buss
Hoosier Coach Bob Knight said game Behagen has ever played." Kann
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Satiated with jubilation and an~
awesome amount of the bubbly,
hard-pressed APBA mentor, Bob
"Simple" Simon, prepared to
drive fellow equals, Jersey Feld-
man and Tor the Terrible home
after a hectic day on the dia-
mond. But Simon, either drunk
with joy or drink, failed to stop
at an approach and slammed his{
$34,000 Mercury Marquis into a
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FG-FGA
161-349
139-337
101-187
93-168
50-135
30-61
14-29
7-14
6-11
4-12
2-4
2-3
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FT-FTA
90-112
64-89
44-64
38-61
22-34
13-23
11-15
2-2
1-4
4-7
0-2
0-1
0-0

RBS
116
186
169
145
31
56
25
7
2
6
1
2
1
152
899
817

PTS
412
342
246
224
122
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AVG.
21.7
18.0
12.9
11.8
6.4
4.3
3.0
2.7
1.9
1.5
1.0
1.3
0.7
0.0
79.4
73.3

Colts pick Schnellenberger;
Nelson named Pats' assistant
By The Associated Press
" BALTIMORE-Howard Schnellenberger, connected with highly
successful football teams for the past 12 years, was yesterday named
head coach of the Baltimore Colts.
In taking over the Colts, whose 5-9 record last year represented-
their first losing National Football League season since 1956, Schnellen-
berger said he would "try to bring the Colts back to the level of-
excellence they've enjoyed over the years-as quickly as I can."
The new coach, who was an assistant :under Don Shula with the
Super Bowl champion Miami Dolphins for the past three seasons, said
he had signed a long-term contract. But he declined to reveal its,
length and the salary, as usual, was not disclosed.
In Miami, Shula said he was "very happy" for Schnellenberger.
"It's something he's always wanted," Shula said. "Howard did a
great job for us in the three years we were together. He was the
second coach I hired and has been in charge of our offense. He's not
only a fine coach but a fine person as well."
0 FOXBORO, Iass.-Chuck Fairbanks, the New England Patriots'
new general manager and coach, hired veteran pro quarterback Bill
Nelsen as a tutor for Jim Plunkett yesterday in naming eight assistants
for the 1973 National Football League season.
Nelsen, whose 10-year career with the Cleveland Browns was
plagued by knee injuries, was named quarterback coach by Fairbanks
while Nelsen recuperated from knee surgery performed last Friday in
New York.
"We are extremely pleased we were able to get a young guy who
is committed to coaching," Fairbanks said while declaring that Nelsen,,
only 32, will be strictly a coach with the Patriots.
0 PHILADELPHIA-Walt Michaels, a four-time All-Pro linebacker,
was named yesterday as overall defensive coach of the Philadelphia.
Eagles of the National Football League.
The appointment of Michaels, the New York Jets'. linebacker.
coach for the past 10 seasons, brings to four the number of assistants
hired by Mike McCormack, named Eagles head coach late last month.,
The first three assistants named-John Sandusky, John Idzik and
Boyd Dowler-will handle the offense.

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