THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 17, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 17, 1973
"There is a musk deer
which has musk hidden ingits
belly button, always giving
off a scent, and this scent
intoxicates the deer.
He is naturally attracted to
it, yet does not know from
where it comes. So he looks
everywhere for the source.
You are just like this musk
deer. You run around search-
ing for the light, the abode
of peace and understanding,
and all the time it is inside
you. But you don't know it.
Come to me, I will give
-Guru Maharai Ji
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By BOB McGINN
and DAN BORUS
It really shouldn't be much of a MICHIGAN
game today in Crisler Arena, but (20) Campy Russell (6-7, 18.0) F
whenever conference d o o r- (30) Ernie Johnson (6-8, 11.8) F
mat Northwestern comes to town(
Michigan always plays as if they're (3) Kyn Britt (6-, 2.7) G
half asleep. (32) Wayman Britt (6-2, 2.7) G
An expected crowd of 12,000 will (25) Henry Wilmore (6-3 , 21.7) G
be on hand for the 2:00 clash this ble," Coach John Orr warned this
afternoon to see if the off-again, past week.
on - again Wolverines will revert Three weeks ago these two clubsj
back to their lackadaisical form met in Evanston and the 'Cats ex-
or will pick up where they left off tended the then title-contending
in last Saturday's flashy 97-81 Wolverines to the limit before suc-
stampede over Michigan State. cumbing, 80-79. Thus, Northwest-
If the Maize and Blue are on, ern has dropped the last seven
the Wildcats (1-6 in the Big Ten, meetings- in the series, but none
4-13 overall) may just as well has been by more than 11 points.
haul their furry bodies back to If the Wildcats have a strong
Evanston at halftime. Coach point, it would have to be their
Brad Snyder's men simply don't muscular front-line. 6-8 junior
have the firepower to stay with cornerman B r y a n Ashbaugh
their quicker, more talented* scales in at 225 pounds, 6-7 junior
foes. Greg Wells weighs 215, and 6-10.
But if Michigan takes the hard- pivotman J i m Wallace packs
wood flat and listless, as they have 220 pounds on his frame. North-
been known to do this season, any- western stands fourth in the con-
thing could happen. "If we don't ference in rebounding.
put forth a great effort, we're go- Northwestern enters the fray
ing to be in for some real trou-
W L Pct.
Indiana 7 2 .778:
Purdue 6 2 .750
Minnesota 5 2 .714
Illinois 4 3 .571
MICHIGAN 5 4 .556!
Ohio State 4 4 .500
Michigan State 3 5 .375:
Wisconsin 3 6 .333
Iowa 2 6 .250
Northwestern 1 6 .143
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Indiana at Minnesota
Purdue at Michigan State
Ohio State at Illinois
Wisconsin at Iowa
(44) Bryan Ashbaugh (6-8, 11.8)
(45) Greg Wells (6-7, 10.4)
(53)Jim Wallace (6-10, 9.2)
(25) Mark Sibley (6-1, 19.1)
(42) Rick Sund (6-4, 7.5)
with a. bit of momentum, stem-
ming from their 97-78 rout of Chi-
cago Loyola Monday night.
In the Wolverine camp, Orr has
elected to stick with the combina-
tion which ran soswell a week ago.
That means freshman Wayman
Britt will get his second starting
nod over Joe Johnson. Both spark-
led in workouts this week, definite-
ly solidifying the backcourt picture
for next winter - -for those who
like to look ahead.
Britt will get an opportunity to
exhibit his defensive skills today,
too, as he likely will take Sibley
should Michigan come out man-
Ashbaugh turned in an excel-
lent performance against Michigan
last time around, canning nine of
18 from the field and grabbing that the Hoosiers commit. Against
nine boards. His 19 points led a Michigan State they turned the
balanced attack which saw five ball over only FOUR times.
'Cats strike double digits. The Hoosiers are not weaklings
The latest word on guard Greg on the bo'rds. Big Steve Down-
Buss, who missed the MSU contest, ing is a class center and John Rit-
is that he probably will resume ter is an excellent boardman. Al-
drills sometime next week. He has though the other forward Steve
strained cartilage in his left knee, Green has not yet learned to be
an injury which won't require sur- careful on defense he does play
gery. a commendable floor game. And
Buckner himself is an excellent
THE GAME in the Big Ten and border.
perhaps the nation today is the The game should be fairly even
battle between the hustling Hoos- except for two intangibles: the
iers of Indiana and the brawling Minnesota home advantage, which
Golden Gophers of Minnesota. is roughly equivalent to forcing
Perched atop the standings with your opponent to play chess with-
a 7-2 mark, the Hoosiers who have out his queen, and the Sports Il-
had some rough luck of late, move lIustrated jinx. The jinx, a kiss of
into Minnesota's hellhole, hoping to death for any club featured by the
repeat their startling earlier. up- national sporting magazine, should
set of the Gophers. The Gophers, come down on Indiana, which had
who are breathing hard down the the misfortune of finding its
Hoosiers back in the conference
standings cannot afford a let up
The game shape's up as a clas-
sic confrontation. The Gophers, an
extremely physical team, lead the
conference in offensive and de-
fensive rebounding as well as over
all defense. Their frontline of Dave
Winfield, Jim Brewer, and Ron
Behagen is more powerfully built
than any forecourt contingent in
the conference. Though the guards
are not particularly skillful, they
are extremely aggressive. Coach
Bill Musselman has moved Clyde
Turner, a former forward, who
towers at 6-8, to the backcourt
where he joins regular Bob Nix.
As such, Minnesota is the more
physical of two squads and is
therefore more able to bully and
butt for buckets.
Last season, the Goohers were
the defensive whizzes of the Big
Tenschoosing to foregotthe of-
fensive game in order to limit
the oonosition's point, produc-
tion. Musselman has opened up
his offense this season and the
big guys from the northland
have r e spo n d e d admirably,
swishing the basket at an aver-
.ge 11.1 more points per game
this ye-r-than last. It should be
noted that defense has not really
suffered despite the change.
But the key. Musselman feels, is
not in the ability of the Gophers to
penetrate Indiana's defense but TOWERING MICHIGAN center
the ability of Minnesota's zone de- Ken Brady (15) uses his height
fense to halt the Hoosier attack. to full advantage as he stretches
The Hoosiers have the kind of at- out for another easy layup.
tack that gave the Gopher; fits
when the two squads last met for coach featured in a four page
play at Bloomington earlier this spread.
year. Purdue, in the thick of the race
The Keystone in the Hoosiers' at- as a result of its upset victory
tack, and the focal point for the over Indiana, confronts Michigan
Gopher revolving zone will be frosh State at the barn in East Lansing.
phenom Quinn Buckner. Ohio State takes to Assembly
Though Buckner does not have Hall in Champaign to square-off
the greatest shooting eye ("He with the Fightin' Illini in a
only hits when it matters," says game of the "just out of title"
Illinois mentor Harv Schmidt) he contenders. Illinois led by the
does have that unique quality to fabulous Nick Weatherspoon,
both run a ball club and control saw its brief candle of title
the tempo of the game. hopes flicker out with consecu-
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Sunday, February 18, 4 p.m.
WOLVERINES ERNIE JOHN-
SON and Ken Brady prepare to
mix it up under the basket in
last year's meeting with Illinois.
The rebounding aspect of Michi-
gan's game this year has been
only sporadically effective and
the big men will be tested under
the boards today yhen they meet
Northwestern in Crisler Arena.
The Wildcat front line averages
6-81/2, 220 pounds. The rebound-
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ties to practice their art as the
Wildcats are so far this year
averaging an anemic 40 per cent
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* DETROIT-Ed Khayat, former head coach of the Philadelphia
Eagles, was appointed defensive coach of the Detroit Lions yesterday.
Khayat, 37, is the fifth assistant hired by head coach Don McCaf-
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