Herber, Gansey Advance

It was something of a role reversal, but with the same results, as Germany and the U.S. advanced with two more wins in the World University games.

Mike Gansey, who has come off the bench for most of the competition, was in the starting lineup for the U.S. against Czechoslovakia. And although he had his least successful outing to date, Gansey's U.S. squad still handily defeated the Czechs by the score of 87-51.

Gansey had just four points (2-3 from the field) and three rebounds, and suffered one turnover while starting alongside Syracuse's Gerry McNamara. The U.S., tied after one period, ran off 48 points in the second quarter to move out to a 21-point halftime lead.

Earlier in the day, Joe Herber, coming off the bench for the first time, had six points on a pair of three pointers as the German team crushed China 115-69. Herber also had one steal in the contest.

Both teams will play again on Thursday as the second round classifications continue.

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