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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday,. September 8, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 8, 1972

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By MARC FELDMAN juries last year after a sensation
Coming off what can best be debut as a sophomore. Althou
termed an erratic and disappoint- he ranked second to Spartan Mi
ing season for Michigan's basket- Robinson in individual scoring l
ball team, Coach Johnny Orr is yea,r his speed was impairedI
openly optimistic about his team's injury and his shooting eye w;
chances for a Big Ten title and considerably blurred. Orr sa
national prominence on the hard- that Wilmore will have "a sui
Swoodsthis winter, season", although it is still toI
The Wolverines did manage to decided whether he will play ba
tie Indiana for third place in the court or his more accustomed f
conference standings a year ago, ward spot.
but only a hotly disputed game One of the most publicized pl
with the Hoosiers and a uninspired ers to come to Ann Arbor was
loss at the hands of Michigan State 10 center Ken Brady. Brady liv
kept the Wolverines out of the up to everyone's expectations as
throne room that the controver- sophomore as he was a ma
sial Minnesota Gophers occupied factor in Michigan's rise fromo
last season for the first time in scurity to a berth in the Nation
over thirty years. Invitational Tournament in N
Orr is relying on a host of York City.
veterans and last year's fine Unfortunately Brady sustained
freshman team to provide its knee injury which hamperedh
fans with the finest squad since effectiveness under the board
the Cazzie Russell and B i I I The big center also had weig
Buntin led teams of the middle problems that saw his balloon
Sixties. 255 pounds. This past sumi

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Two time All American Henry While touring Australia with the
Wilmore is expected to be the Big Ten All-Stars, Brady 1 o s t
hub of the Wolverine bid to unseat thirty pounds of corpulence.r
Minnesota at the top of the Big Orr has many pleasant prob-
Ten. Wilmore was slowed by in- lems this year as two other start-

lead
ers, Ernie Johnson and J o h n
Lockard, return, as well as many
of the top reserves. Likely to
move into one of the guard spots
vacated by graduated captains
Wayne Grabiec and Dave Hart.
Orr's other guard hopefuls are
Larry Rea, who missed all of last
season with an injured knee, and
sophomores John Kantner, B 11 1
Ayler, and Joe Johnson, all of
whom starred for the unbeaten
freshman team of last year. John-
son unfortunately was shot twice
while shooting some hoops on a
Detroit playground this summerl
but he will be recovered in time
for the season.j
Orr's eyes light up when hej
* *' *
Schedule
December
2 NOTRE DAME
4 OREGON STATE
7 Brigham Young at Nassau,
New York
9 at Dayton
16 at Detroit
18-19 MICH. INVITATIONAL
(Western Mich., Toledo,
Morehead State University,
Michigan)
26-30 E.C.A.C. Holiday Festi-
val (S. Carolina, Tennessee,
Providence, Niagara, Man-
hatten, St. John, Michigan,
Villanova, NCAT, Grambling)
Madison Square Garden
January
6 at Ohio State
8 IOWA
13 at Michigan State
20 PURDUE
22 at Northwestern
27 INDIANA
29 at Iowa
February

"OPAW rS C ar
iopters hag
speaks of Campy Russell, the 6-71 basically the same and the junior at the junior varsity level also.
soph forward who "is without a ! varsity will replace the freshman Orr emphasized that freshmen
doubt one of the best sophomores'as the breeding ground for under- ' without scholarships can move up
in the country." Russell averaged j classmen with scholarships. to the JV or varsity team but the
about thirty points a game as a A brand new freshman team freshman team will be composed
freshman and could probably play composed entirely of first year solely of "walk-ons".
guard in an emergency. students receiving no aid will be The prize catch, according to
C. J. Kupec will probably move coached by former Michigan Orr, in the recruiting war was
in behind Brady as the back up star, Richard Carter. The team Wayman Britt, 6-1 star at Flint
center. The 6-8 Kupec also plays will play junior varsity and Northern's state championship
football for the Wolverines b u t freshman teams from many area teams of the past two years. Britt
basketball is his forte as he was schools. has a good chance to make the
a high school All-American lead- s varsity as a freshman. 0 t h e r
. The success of this venture may
ing his school to an Illinois state be very important in the future of scholarship recipients were Lloyd
championship. intercollegiate athletics not only Schimnerer of' Bad Ax, Michigan,
Michigan is experimenting with here but at various schools around Tim Kosma of Muncie, Indiana,

a novel three team setup in an at-
tempt to bring the monolith of big
time collegiate athletics back to
the student. In recent years, Mich-
igan has fielded a varsity and
freshman team composed mainly
of students with athletic grant-in-
aids. The varsity format will be

the country. Orr has received many
inquiries as to how the program
will work. Tryouts will be h e 1 d
sometime in October and a large'
turnout is essential to the ultimate
success of the project.
Orr plans to carry about sixteen.
players on varsity with most of
the underclassmen seeing action

and Chuck Rogers of Findlay, Ohio.
Orr sees the Big Ten race as
wide open with Michigan, Min-
nesota, and Ohio State looming
as favoritees. Looking ahead, he
feels Michigan State will have
its best team in many years, and
Iowa and Northwestern will be
improved.

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Protection of Ideas: Copyright
Theory and Practice
Women and the Law: An Economic
and Historical Analysis
Law and Social Change
Environmental Law
Constitutional Criminal Procedure
Rudolf Steiner's Life and Works
Focus on Student Living Experiences
in the Dormitory
Introduction to 35mm Black and
White Photography
American Rock 'N Roll Culture
of the 50's
Co-Ops: Economic Democracy/
User Ownership
Using Library Resources
History of the American Comic Strip
Independent Legal Study
Marxism: Philosophy and Methodology

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