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Egyptian19700109Cagers; Egyptian19700109Cagers.tif
Egyptian19700109Cagers; Egyptian19700109Cagers.tif
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Brurr Butrhko
L.C. Ttra.Held
Juam Rosborou^h
Cagers forecast better effort at Wesleyan
Oai*r EfystUn inMII 14*™
A iponswrlicr approached Coach Jackllartman
following SlU'a 100-71 loas to Georgia Tech
and suggested that he might Marl planning tor
neat year.
But there are a group of SIU varaliy eager.
Saturday*, challenge ai Kentucky Wealeyan.
The Panther, arc the number one college
division team In the nailon. Thai, and a rivalry
dating to 19S7, are providing the Incentive lor
SlU'a poaalhlc upset.
The tact remalna. however, that the Salukl.
played an unorganized and generally poor game
again.! Georgia Tech, which provided a good
learning situation.
"It'. Juat a good thing thai ihl. happened
Dun and nut later In (he wiaoii, " 1.. C. flria-
llcld aald Wednesday night. "We can leam
from something like thla."
"We weren't moving the ball a. well agaltin
Georgia a. we did earlier In (he aeaaon. We
ilng down, panning
Draafleld *dded.
Senior forward Bruce Butehio thought the
layoff between Dec. 11 and ihe MA hurt
Salukla. The only game played In that
waa a home victory over Sam Diego Slate.
roll ■• llmrhli. i
Final game uatlatlc* ahowc
nl.alng IS >hua. and grabbing ur
n [he Georgia Tech macl, Mar
"Tnell i|ulck.tan killed us. The men that
W dldn'i expect mucn from wen- ahootlng and
scoring, " Hraalleld.aid.
Guard Jim Thome and forward Don Scemi-r
0[ Georgia Tech am Ihe nun Ilra.flcld spoke
ot. Thornc had been scouted a. a good detcn.lvc
non-.tnrlng player. I la broke loose for 21 point,
and nil trailed by Scemcr with *>. Seemer
wsa averaging 13 polnta per game going In the
"We're not playing defense the way we'd like
and tbe offense hurt ua a lot, " Butehko said.
"Thla week we aaw movlea of prevloua yeara
and the (1067-68) Ml year. They had a real
fine defense. We've Jura gm to lake the game.
aome film, from ihe TCU gar,
man einl.lned Hie detcn.K
ccplng In lhal larback, " Barkei
Just I
The Panther, have been j line achon]
for many year.. They wDncollegedlvlsloncham-
plonablpa In 1066. '68 and '69.
They have an Imprea.lvc 63-3 home record
and the Salukl. are the only team to beat them
on Ihe Sponaccnlcr coun ui Owenaboru.
"They've probably gut ihclr tmpea up after
seeing ixir last acorn and might nm figure
too hard a game." Ilra.fleld.aid. "Ilul 1 kn..w
It*a going lu be a gn-jJ game. There eon'l
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