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r Wednesdav, December' 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Wednesday, December 1 3, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Cabers

await

y

ule
the finals and consolation
uled for Tuesday evening.

hoops
sched- ious ECAC Holiday Festival at
New York's Madison Square

Purdue nips Redskins,
Terps squash Bulldogs

By MARC FELDMAN
While the rest of the student
body relaxes at home, in Flori-
da, or wherever college students
relax over the Christmas break,
the Michigan basketball team will
continue its quest for glory on the
hardwoods with two tournaments
and a game with a local power-J
house, the University of Detroit
Titans.
The Wolverines have been en-
joying a .few days off since 'open-
ing the campaign with four games
in eight days but they swing back
into action Saturday against U-D
in the Motor City.
While other Big Ten powers have
been warming up for conference
play with Chicago State, St. Jo-
seph's (Indiana), Western Illinois,
Wisconsin - Milwaukee and De
Pauw; Michigan has faced four
schools with strong basketball tra-
ditions and won three of the con-
tests.
At the outset of the season,
Coach Johnny Orr warned, "Ev-
ery team on our schedule is
tough - they're no breathers".
Orr's admonition seems to be ac-
curate as the upcoming oppon-
ents on Michigan.'s, schedule will
be poised. for bttle with the
talented and highly publicized
Wolverines.
Jim Harding's club at Detroit
has won its first three games in-
cliding an upset of Illinois of the
Big Ten last weekend. The Titans
lost Frank Russell (Campy's bro-
Sther) to the NBA Chicago Bulls
but Detroit still has size and sueed.
k, Tom Marsh is the ton return-
ing letterman at U-D and is the
best guard on the club. The key
man for the Titans, however, is 7-0
Gerald Smith who has shown pro-
mise at times but lacked consis-
tency in the pivot. Smith will have
to battle Ken Brady underneath
for Detroit to pull an upset and re-
main unbeaten.
MAlny times the Michig-p In-
-itational has been cailled "Mich-
igan and the Three Dwarfs", in-
dicating the caliber of teams in-
vited to Ann Arbor for the tour-
ney., This year the - field is a
little more attractive although
the best team of the three
guests, Morehead State, is rela-
tively unknown.
The Eagles from Kentucky were
in the NCAA tournament a vear
ago as co-champion of the Ohio
Valley Conference, which has been
the private domain of Western

Kentucky in recent years, but not Morehead in the opening round of
any more. the tournament Monday night at
Morehead has every starter back 7 P.M. The Rockets are led by
from last year's team including Tom Kozelko, a 6-8 center, who
junior Leonard Coulter, who av- averaged 24 points a game last
eraged 25 points and 14 rebounds year.
per game and guard Howard Wal- Kozelko, the MVP of last year's
len, who set a school assist re- Invitational, also holds the scor-
cord last season. The Eagles ing record with 67 points in two
dropped their first game of the games in the 1971 tourney.
season Monday night to Eastern Western Michigan is the weak-
Kentucky after four straight wins. est team in the field and will op-
Toledo, the defending Michigan pose the Wolverines in first round
Invitational and Mid-America Con- play at the conclusion of the
ference champs, w i 11 oppose Morehead - Toledo contest, with

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The Broncos from Kalamazoo Garden. By The Associated Press basket by Chicago's Chet Walker
have opened with two wins in The ten team field features lo- WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - e in the final second of overtime was
three starts against powers like cal favorites St. John's, Niagara, Sophomore center John Garrettd a l disallowed last night by referees
Loras, Oshkosh State, and Ten- and Manhattan as well as peren. scored 18 of Purdue's last 24 points Mark Mano and Paul Mihalik, per-
nessee Tech. WMU was 10-14 a nial powerhouse South Carolina last night, including the winning mitting the Los Angeles Lakers to
year ago including a 90-69 trash- with its usual quota of New York basket with one second left, as the p o edge the Chicago Bulls 106-105 be-
ing by the Wolverines. Center Mike City talent. The Gamecocks Boilermakers squeaked past Miami fore a crowd of 12,212 in a National
Steele returns with his 15.0 scor- thirteenth - ranked in the coun- of Ohio, 66-65. Basketball Association game.
ing average. try, reign as one of the favor- Purdue trailed 50-43 with nine NIGHT EDITOR: Walker, who tied the game in
Christmas week will provide ites in the field with Michigan, minutes to play when Garrett, CHUCK BLOOM regulation play, put the Bulls with-
the Wolverines with their best Tennessee, and St. John's. benched with four fouls, came back in one point of Los Angeles with
opportunity to move into the na- South Carolina returns just two into the game. two seconds remaining in over-
tional limelight at the prestig- starters from its NCAA tourna- The Boilermakers, who wasted Downing's rebound on a missed time.
,", ;;v :r:;:.;> r:>5 ment team of last year but each a 10-point lead in the first half free throw capped a strong Indiana Walker missed his second free
is a fine performer and will carry and trailed 32-31 at halftime, fin- comeback as the Hoosiers nipped throw but grabbed the rebound. He
the Gamecocks to a typically fine ally caught the Redskins, 61-61, on Notre Dame 69-67. dribbled in the front court and
.:.. season. Danny Traylor mans the two Garrett free throws with 2:29 Notre Dame fouls and hot shoot- turned around to sink a 30-footer.
' f... pivot with his 7-0 frame and 6-3 left. ing by Indiana from the foul line But the basket was disallowed,
guard Kevin Joyce will have to The lead then changed twice be- were the differences as 12th rank- according to Mihalik, because the
carry S. C. since experience is fore sophomore guard Steve Fields ed Indiana won its fourth straight. "clock failed to start after hitting
lacking at the other positions. put Miami up 65-64 with two free The first half was all Notre the rim" which put the ball in
Michigan opens Festival play throws on a bonus situation with Dame as the Irish ran to a 39-30 play.
.against the Eagles of Boston Col- 30 seconds remaining. lead at halftime. They pushed it Timekeeper Bob Blaha did not
lege on December 26 at 7 p.m. Purdue freshman guard Bruce to 13 points after 12 minutes were start the clock until the basket was
.~. eunn oein the second half. weesattecokuilhebktws
BC has eight returning lettermen Parkinson, surrounded in the right gomade.
from last year's 13-13 team led by corner, hit Garrett with an ankle- Then Indiana rallied, scoring 16d
Bob Smith and Dave Walker. The high pass under the basket for the of the next 20 points. The Hoosiers So angry was the crow t
......f. going will get a little rougher after winning score. ' took the lead with five minutes to Bulls general manager Pat Wil-
that as Michigan will face either go on Don Noort's free throw after hams had to make the announce-
.t5. St. John's Tennessee, or Gramb- a Gary Brokaw offensive foul. ment explaining the ruling on the
.:";. St. enesse, Grmb Terrapins torment * * * final play over the public address
ling in the semifinals. WASHINGTON-Maryland's third- system.
f I4 ,..........f Rounding out the field will be ranked Terrapins jumped out to a Bulls bounced Williams immediately announced
... .. .. North Carolina A & T and Villa- quick 13-point lead in the first nine CHICAGO-An apparent winning the game would be protested.
nova. The Big Ten season will minutes last night and went on to
4. open just before everybody comes swamp Georgetown, D.C. 99-73 inr..:;;:::::::.:..,........................::.r:::.::.,::.
..,..~~ back to classes with a televised a college basketball game. ~.
Maryland junior Tom McMillen Professional League Standings
...~~.. battle with Ohio State at Colum- soe ieo i emsfrt1
bus January 6. points and finished with 29 points NIIL Los Angeles 13 12 4 30 96 94
.Pittsburgh 13 12 3 29 144 90
Since the infamous brawl at and 15 rebounds to lead the Terra- East Atlanta 1115 5 27 75 97
Williams Arena in Minneapolis pins tohtheir fourth straight. dt L T Pts GF GA St. Louis 1012 6 25 72 88
.h .ti.. . Ils In the second half, Maryland- ;Montreal 17 5 7 41 119 70 California 4 17 6 14 '70"115
last January, the Buckeyes d-oston 18 7 3 39 130 91
haentbentesmeta o led by McMillen-pulled away to New York Ran gers 18 8 3 39 111 74 Yesterday's Games
Art Work bys"Bod News" Andrews ean 85-55 lead with about seven Buffalo 14 8 7 35 106 86 St. Louis 4, New York islanders 4, tie
by"Coach Fred Taylor. OSU lost I minutes to go. When Maryland put Detroit 11 13 325 85 96 Chicago at Vancouver, inc.
o9 14 5 23 91 92 Tonight's Games
irings four of its final ten game Big in its second string, the Bulldogs Tor81n,1 0 2 0e
Ten games last year and the were able to cut argin a b New York Islanders 3 21 3 9 56 133 Ne York aners at Trtog
The game was marred by a fightet New York Islanders at Pittsburgh
Bucks are off to a conspicuously the end of the first half that West Boston at Buffalo
nearattissao.,; hcg 69 4117 Atlanta at Detroit
slow start this season. emptied both benches. Maryland's Minnesota 15 11 3 33 96 83 Chicago at Los Angeles
Ohio State has beaten Wiscon- Len Elmore and Georgetown's Philadelphia 13 12 4 30 106 101 Philadelphia at Minnesota
sin (Milwaukee) and Notre Dame' Mark Gallagher were ejected from____ ________
rtan coach but have fallen to a mediocre the game after they got into a fist fg tr am vr l
Washington team and most recent- ball
at Alma College in Alma, Mich. ly to Missouri. Georgetown was led by freshman T H E FU T U RE
Stlzwa gadatd rm lm i ,: :r f? ::er:::n:<<,; , = r, Billy Lynn, with 16 points and 11 FlIE F JT .JR
Stolz was graduated from Alma 4 o em m~m u rebounds. The Bulldogs, 3-3 started
in 1955 and began coaching at Has-re shen.
lett High School, a suburb of Lan- H'ooers holiday t rs IS COMING SOON
sing, where his teams posted a pIOO
40-13-3 record in eight seasons. He DECEMBERIrSLswe
went to Lansing Eastern High SOUTH BEND, Ind. - SteveADT M A Y
School in 1963 and to Alma in 1965. 16-at Detroit, 8 p.m. -tozsnefnltwnnI_8-1-MCA NDNITTM A Y
Stolz is one of only two non- 18-19-MICH. INVITATIONAL
Michigan State grads who served Toledo vs. Morehead St., 7 'OO BE FILLED
on Daugherty's staff this year. The p.m. GOOD LUCK
the Big Ten in yardage allowed and Mich., 9 p.m. N E M .
Spartan defense finished third in MICHIGAN vs. Western ON E AS!uue'ord eg 0
points allowed this year under his 19-Consolations, 7 p.m. HAROLD DAVE,
direction. Finals 9 p.m.
Wharton, Smith and Breslin in- 26-30-Holiday Festival ECAC CHET, and JAY DROP-ADDS BEG I N JAN. 5
terviewed four prospects over the 26-MICHIGAN vs. Boston Col-
weekend for the job as the poten- lege 7 p.m. (first round) U--BARBEIRS
tial successors narrowed down. Be- (St. John's, Villanove, Man-___ --
sides Stolz, those interviewed were hattan, Tennessee, South
University of Louisville Head Carolina, Niagara, Gramb-
Coach Lee Corso, Iowa State Head ling, North Carolina A&T)
Coach Johnny Majors and Okla- JANUARY
homa Assistant Barry Switzer.
Switzer removed himself from 6-at Ohio State
consideration Monday by issuingse N , a I......
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E.C.A.C. Holiday Festival p

IT'S OFFICIAL, FOLKS:
Stolz named new Spaj
EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPI)- ton said Stolz was recommended to
Michigan State Defensive Coordina- him by Athletic Director Burt
tor Denny Stolz yesterday was Smith and Executive Vice Presi-i
named as the new head football dent Jack Breslin.1
coach at the Big Ten school. "On the basis of their strong
Ratification of the man picked endorsement, I am pleased to ask1
to take up where famed Duffy the board to approve his appoint-'
Daugh'erty left off is scheduled at a ment," Wharton said.
meeting today. The selection ends a search for
School President Clifton R. Whar- Daugherty's successor which beganP
when Daugherty announced his re-
tirement Nov. 3 and after 19 yearsr
at Michigan State.
Stolz has been on the staff two
years and worked as defensive co-
ordinator and linebacker coach
this year. He came to Michigan'
State after six years as head coach,
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NBA
New York 114. Atlanta 93
Baltimore 123, Philadelphia 102+
Buffalo 95, Houston 94
KC-Omaha 100, Cleveland 99
Los Angeles 106, Chicago 105 (ot)
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Maryland 99, Georgetown, D.C. 73
Shaw 135, Detroit institute ai
Kalamazoo 91, Spring Arbor 90 (ot)
Brown 70, Yale 69
Indiana 69, Notre Dame 65
w St. John's, N.Y. 85, Rhode Island 75
Brandeis 86, Trinity 85
44 American U, 73, Delaware 62
Princeton 69, virginia 65
Marshall 79, Cleveland State 72
Duke 108, East Carolina 74
Long Island U 83, Wagner 52
Army 70, Northeastern 68 (ot)
Calvin 72, Central Mich. 60
j villanova 90, Merrimack 56
Connecticut 71, Massachusetts 68
Purdue 66, Miami 65
y . Fordham 82, Lafayette 70

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Couzens Hall Cafeteria
Non-residents 75c
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AFTER A GREAT SUMMER '12
STUDENTS ABROAD

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Daily Photo by [OM GOT ILI:B
MICHIGAN'S ERNIE "THE BIG E" JOHNSON (30) goes high in
the air to attempt to block a Western Michigan shot. The Broncos
are the Wolverines' first opponent in the Michigan Invitational
which opened next Monday night.

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