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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 15, 1970

Page Six THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 15, 1970

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Iowa

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Blasts MSU, 103-77
with second-half surge

IOWA CITY - Iowa flexed its
offensive muscles In the second
half and scored 42 points in the
last 10 minutes to run away from
Michigan State 103-77 in a Big
Ten Conference basketball game
here last night.
The victory kept the Hawks'
Big Ten record spotless at 8-0 and:
kept them atop the conference
race. Michigan State dropped to
2-7 with the loss.
t John Johnson hit for 36 points
to lead Iowa to its 26-point mar-
gin of victory after the Hawks led
only 40-32 at the half. He was
followed by Fred Brown with 25,
Glenn Vidnovic with 19, Chad
Calabria with 12 and Ben Mc-
Gilmer with 11.
Iowa hit 53.3 per cent of #its
shots from the field.
Super sophomore Ralph Simp-
son paced Michigan State with 34
points.

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Special To The Daily
MADISON - The Michigan
icers edged past Wisconsin, 4-3,
in a WCHA hockey game here
last night. The victory gave the
Wolverines a split in the two
game series.
The Hawkeyes moved out to a
quick 48-33 advantage after in-
termission, but Simpson, Pat Mil-
ler and Ron Gutkowski helped the
Spartans stay within range.
Purdue powers
LAFAYET''TE - Rick Mount
scored 28 points and broke aBig
Ten career scoring record Satur-
day as Purdue crushed Illinois
83-49 and stayed in second place
in the conference basketball
standings.
The 6-foot-4 Purdue All-Ameri-
can made a 15-foot jump shot
with 11:24 left in the second half
to go -over the old conference
scoring record for three seasons,
which was 1,248 points by Terry
Dischinger of Purdue. Mount fin-
ished the game with 1,259 points.
Illinois, starting a lineup of
small players, kept the pace ofd
the game slow most of the first!
half. Purdue broke away after a
9-9 tie and won going away to
make its conference record 7-2.!
Illinois is now 5-3 in the Big Ten.

1Buckeyes blast Hoosiers
Gophers gnaw Wildcats
By The Associated Press BLOOMINGTON - Ohio State
MINNEAPOLIS - Ollie Shan- led most of the way Saturday
non pulled Minnesota away from afternoon to defeat Indiana 100-
the Northwestern Wildcats yester- 83 in Big Ten college basketball. '
day with 18 points in the second IU last led 21-20 at 12:04, then
half as the Gophers retained slim dropped to a 40-30 deficit with
hopes for a Big Ten basketball 5:05 to go in the first half.
title with an 80-72 victory. Three Ohio State players topped
20 points-Jody Finney with 27,
Northwestern led only once, 16- Dave Sorenson with 25 and Jim
15 early in the game, but twice Cleamons with 21.
tied the Gophers in the second Indiana's Ken Johnson scored
half at 64-64 and 66-66. 28 and Jim Harris scored 22-but
Shannon, who wound up with a the rest of the Hoosier players
game high of 23 points, sent Min- stayed below 10 points.
nesota ahead with a free throw The game with the league-
with 3:57 left to play. trailing Hoosiers was a breeze for
Ohio State. But looking ahead,
Eric Hill drove in for another Ohio coach Fred Taylor said, "We
Minnesota basket with 2:45 to go can't afford to lose The heat's
and Shannon followed with a Sump really on us now."

shot and two free throws as te
Gophers raced to a 73-66 lead
with 1:46 to play.
The victory gave Minnesota a
6-3 Big Ten record and a 12-7
season mark. Northwestern sank
to 1-8 and 6-13.
Barry Moran led for Northwest-
ern with 17 points. Dale Kelley
was held to 16.
Minnesota's Larry Mikan was
the game's top rebounder with 16.

Big Ten
Standings

UNION-LEAGUE

-Associated Press
IOWA'S GLENN VIDNOVIC (44) battles for a rebound with
MSU's Ron Gutkowski.

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MSU RELAYS:
Washington edges Carlos in '60'

Wise
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By SANDI GENIS
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Pandemon-
ium reigned in Jenison Fieldhouse
last night as a record crowd of 4,-
500 saw Michigan State speed
merchant Herb Washington steal
the spotlight from track world
rebel John Carlos in the star-stud-
ded Michigan State Relays.
The flamboyant Carlos, former
star of San Jose State now re-
presenting Harry Lundberg Sea-
manship School in Maryland, who
promised he would win every race
he competed in this season, was
defeated in the invitational 60

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yard dash by Washington with a American record of 21.2 seconds for Ohi
time of 6.1. 220, shading a half second from Min
OSU sprinter Jim Harris claim- the old record of 21.7.
ed second place with a 6.2 clock- High-jumper John Mann's 6-10
ing. His teammate Jerry Hill first place performance was the
rounded out the field, finishing be- high spot of the evening for the ji
hind Carlos in third, with a 6.4 Wolverine, giving Michigan its only
clocking, first place of the evening.
Michigan speedster Gene Brown Earlier in the competition, the ln
was originally scheduled to com- Michigan sprint medley team
pete in they meet, but Wolverine of Greg Syphax, Trevor Matthews, NEW
track star Dave Martin scratched Sol Espie, and John Thorton, were and Ji
Brown from the competition in disappointed as they were dis- morro
favor of the regular 60-yard dash, qualified for interference, as a re- over th
In the k0 yard dash, Brown post- sult of a spill Syphax took fol- title t
ed a time of 6.2 seconds to take se- lowing the first exchange of the sius C
cond behind Missouri's Mel Gray, baton. champ
who tied the meet and Jeison In the two mile relay, E r i c to ent
Field House records with a clock- Chapman, Norm Cornwell, Rick Fraz
ing of 6.1. Storrey and Paul Armstrong took fighter
Carlos gained a measure of re- second place with a time of 7:35.2. his o
venge in the second special event Wolverine captain Armstrong, favorit
of the evening, the 300 yard dash. leading going into the last lap, title i
In that event, times were calculat- made a valiant effort to pull off match
ed at the 220 mark as well as the the win for Michigan, but Drake's Odds n
300 mark, and Carlos set a new Dave Nauman managed to out- Las Ve
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Yesterday's Results
consin 84, MICHIGAN 74
103, Michigan 71
due 83, Illinois 49
oState 100, Indiana 83
mesota 80, N'western 72 %
n1my, Joe
title elash
V YORK (M--Joe Frazier
mmy Ellis get together to-
w night to settle the dispute
he world heavyweight boxing
hat has existed since Cas-
'lay was stripped of his
ionship in 1967 for refusing
ter the armed service. "
ier, a relentless, punishing
rwho likes to swarm over
pponent, is a prohibitive
te to earn the undisputed
n a 15-round showdown
at Madison Square Garden.
reportedly vary from 6-1 In
gas to 4-1 in New York with4O
action.
the World Boxing Associ-
champion, has not fought in
nths since he won a dis-
decision over Floyd Patter-
Sweden, Sept. 14, 1968 in
st defense of his crown. This#
vity and Frazier's perfect
record, including four de-
have made Frazier the
who prefers to be known
ahammad All, may or may
at ringside to follow up his
iced plan of turning over
ampionship belt to the win-t
Is a suspended fighter, he
ot be permitted in the ring
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