Sport: Body & Soul

Sweeping down court on the attack, the University of Utah's heron-legged Bill ("The Hill") McGill is one of the basketball phenomena of the year—a 6-ft. 9-in., 215-lb. giant who can nevertheless dribble with the slick speed of a sawed-off backcourt man and get off every shot in the book, ranging from arching hooks to driving layups. Last week McGill's average was up to 28.7 points a game, the fourth highest in the nation. Shrugged the University of Denver's Coach Hoyt Brawner after losing to Utah 95-82: "We did great—we held McGill to 41...

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