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TWE IICHIAN DAILY

urton Hits 30 Points
hut Cagers Lose, 87-84

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but Rucklik's lay-up nullified
them. Tidwell ended the flurry on
another two-pointer with another
four seconds remaining to reach
the final score.
The game started out as a dual
between Rucklik and Burton, buta
before the fracas'was over, North-
western's great balance proved the,
determining factor.
Rucklil led all scorers with 32
points, and had three teammates
in double figures.
Burton Bags 30
Burton hit for 30, while Lee and
Tidwell scored 22 and 20 respec-
tively. Burton's total raised him
above Ron Johnson of Minnesota
IA the Big Ten scoring fight. How-
ever, the Wolverine threesome
was forced to take up the slack
caused by Miller's absence..
Lee moved to the guard slot
with Tidwell, while sophomore
Gary Kane started at forward.
Miller's loss was felt primarily
on defense, with the slowed-down
Wolverine squad could not keep;
pace with Northwestern's for-
wards, who often outdid them for
easy lay-up baskets. Playing with
one leg heavily taped, Tidwell's
speed was also cut, and the Mich-
igan team was without any really
fast man.
Offensively, Michigan could not
take advantage of the fast break,
and had to slow down their at-
tack on gaining possession of the
ball. The 6'9" Rucklik took full

advantage of Michigan's lack of
a big man at the center position,
scoring most of its points on soft
hooks from around the free throw
lane, and tip-ins.
Burton, on the other hand, was
accurate with his fadeaway jump
and one-hand sets. all over the
court. Tidwell and Lee added to
the Wolverines' point total by
driving through openings in the
'Cats' defense, hitting on lay-ups.
A blazing 50 per cent from the
field in the first half sent the
Wildcats into the dressing room
with a 47-38 lead. The first 20
minutes developed into a scoring
duel between Burton and Ruck-
lik, with the Michigan senior co-
captain caging 20 points, and
Rucklik one less.
Campbell Begins
Floyd Campbell gave the hosts
the lead at the outset on a jump
shot from the corner. Michigan
-countered on a three-point play
by Burton, which erased the NUV
lead temporarily. But Rucklik's,
two consecutive hooks put North-
western ahead once more, and it
remained there until Kane tied
the count at 18-18 with 12:40 left.
Burton gave the Wolverines the
advantage for the second and last
time in the struggle as he hit on
a jump to make the count 20-18.
Northwestern, receiving scor-
ing punch from four different
players, put on a scoring burst
and captured ivhat proved to be
the final lead. Mantis, Warren,
Jones and Campbell hit for four
consecutive buckets to'give the
Wildcats a 6-point lead with about
ten minutes left.
The second half opened in tra-
ditional Michigan style, with the
Wolverines ice-cold at the outset.
Lovell Farris was the only Wol-
verine player to score, hitting for
six points in the opening five
minutes of play. Northwestern at
this time increased its lead to 12'
points and kept up a steady pace
in the scoring, fending off a Wol-
verine attempt to narrow the gap.
The Michigan cagers had an-
other bad break before they put;
on their final burst, until they
trailed by the 15-point margin.
These offensive cold stretches
turned out to be too much to over-
come, and the game ended a min-
ute too soon.

M. C. BURTON
r *. scores 30

Ilitnos

Statistics
MICHIGAN G F P T
Burton 14 2-4 2 30
Farris 3 0-1 4 6
Kane 3 0-1 1 6
Tidwell 9 3-4 1 21,
Lee 9 3-4 4 21'
Rogers 0 0-0 2 0
Donley 0 0-0 0 0
TOTALS 38 8-14 14 84,
Northwestern G F P T'
Jones 2 1-2 2 5
Warren 6 3-3 0 15
Ruklick 12 8-9 3 32
Mantis 8 2-2 3 18.
Campbell 5 1-3 3 11
Brandt 3 0-0 2 6
Snyder 0 0-0 0 0O
TOTALS 36 15-1913 87
Halftime: Northwestern 47,
Michigan 38
INDIANA NOSED OUT
Spartan Cag
Share of BI;
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING -- Michigan
State virtually wrapped up, the un-
disputed Big Ten basketball cham-
pionship last night by beating Pur-
due 94-87 in a wild game.
The MSU-Purdue game was
closely contested and rough
throughout. The score changed
hands 20 times before the Spartans
took their final lead 8:/2 minutes
into the second half.
Neither team could manage bet-
ter than a six-pgint lead until
Dave Fahs' basket with two sec-
onds left.
Captain Bob Anderegg led Mich-
igan State to its ninth conference
victory against two defeats with.29
points. John Green, controlling
both backboards, chipped in 24.
But it was unsung Tom Rand,
who put the Spartans aheda to
stay 60 to 59 with a 20-foot jump
shot and then helped them stay
there with four more long baskets.
Michigan State, despite shoot-
ing accuracy of only 28 per cent,
had a 42-39 halftime lead after
the advantage had been traded 12
times.
Willie Merriweather led Purdue
with 24 points.
Illinois 100, Indiana 98
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Capt. Ro-
ger Taylor's basket in the closing
seconds gave Illinois a 100-98 Big
Ten basketball victory over In-
diana yesterday and virtually,
squelched the title hopes of thq
defending champion Hoosiers.
Indiana's total tied the Big Tenn
record for a losing team score.

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ers Cincb
Ten Title
Taylor's clinching fielder with
15 seconds left gaye him 26 points
fou the game and a share of scor-,
ing laurels with Indiana's 6-1
Walt Bellamy.
The loss hung a 6-5 record on
the Hoosiers, the same as now held
by the Illini in the conference race.
The score was tied at halftime,
49-49, and was deadlocked for the
16th time on Frank Radovich's
Indiana basket which knotted it
at 98-98 with 26 seconds left.
Ilinois shot a hot 48.8 percent-
age from the field and in the first
half hit 52.5. Indiana wound up
with 43.2. Indiana out-rebounded
Illinois, 66 to 49.R

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Track men
(Continued from Page 1)
11picked up three yards oni the first
turnalone, then pulled out to an
easy eight-yard victory.
Robinson dashed through the
60-yd, sprint in :06.2 to share
individual honors with the other
double winners, Kerr, teammate
Pete Stanger; and Illinois' Ken
Brown.
Eight Inches Better
C Bird celebrated his twenty-first
birthday with a key win ove
British Empire champion Joe Fore-
man. Bird outdistanced his pre-
vious best jump by almost eight
inches while Foreman could reach
only 24'4%4".
Secondary to Bird's, victory in
the broad jump was the fact that
be wiped out the oldest record in
the Michigan record book. His
jump betteried a 35-year-old rec-
ord of 247" held by DeHart Hub-
bard.
The meet was close most of the
way for the huge crowd of 2,679
at the Illinois Armory track. The
hosts jumped in front, 271/2-82, at
the start since their strongpoints-
the high jump, shotput, mile run
and 440-were run off first.
But Michigan pulled up to them
quickly' when Eeles Landstrom,
Mamon Gibson, and Bill Guinness
swept 1-2-3 in the pole vault and
Stanger and Ron Trowbridge fin-
ished strong in the high hurdles.
Stanger was first and Tiowbridge
was deadlocked for second with
Illinois' Armand LeCrone.
Michigan Taks Lead
The Wolverines went ahead for
the first time when Stanger edged
out teammate Dick Cephas in the
70-yd. low hurdles with a :07.9
clocking. Cephas had the lead un-
til the final hurdle but the veteran
put on a burst of speed to whip
the sophomore for the first time
this year.
Illinois picked up eight points in
the two-mile run to forge ahead
by one point in the next-to-last
event. This set up the relay as a
winner-take-all affair.
Johnson admitted that he was1
stunned at the relay time, although
he too said a fast time would be
needed to win it.
NILE -- 1. K. Brown (); 2. Mar-
tin (M); 3. Bowers (I). Time 4:5.
440 -- 1. Kerr (); 2. B. Gibson
(M) 3. Dickerson (M). Time :49.
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES - I+
Stangel (M); 2. tie, La Crone (I) and,
Trowbridge (M). Time :08.8.
60-YD. DASH - 1. Robinson (M);
2. Miller (1); 3. Coleman (1). Time
:062.
880 -- 1. Kerr (); 2. Seth (M); 3.
Montour (M). Time 1:52.
TWO-MILE - 1. K. Browyi (I); 2.
Herrin (1); 3. Schwartz (M). Time
9:23.4. -
MILE RELAY - 1. Illinois; 2. Mich-
igan. Time 3:15.7.
POLE VAULT - . Landstrom (M);
2. M. Gibson (M); 3. Guinness (M).
Height 144".'
300-YD. DASH - 1. Robinson (M);
2. Miller (I); 3. Adderley (1). Time
:30.6.
70-YD. LOW HURDLES: 1. Stanger
(M; 2. Cephas (M); 3. Coleman (1).
Time :08.0.
SHOT PUT - 1. B. Brown (1); 2.
Stewart (I); 3. Boyden (M). Distance
52'4".
HIGH JUMP - 1. Tie, Mitchell (I),
Haisley (); 3. Tie, Cephas (M), La-
Crone (1). Height 6'6".
BROAD JUMP: 1. Bird (M); 2.
Foreman (); 3. Williams (M). Dis-
tance 24'9%".

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Iowa 91, Ohio State 7P)
IOWA CITY -- Tall Dave Gun-
ther poured in 37 points last night
as Iowa swept to a 91-79 victory
over Ohio State in a Big Ten
basketball game.
The Iowa forward, in his top
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straight points in 6Y2 minutes in
the second half. He outpointed
Ohio during that stretch by 3
points and made the score 78-67.
Ohio, which dropped to a 4-6
conference mark, got away to a
17-9 lead but Iowa gradually gain-
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ahead 28-27 on Pete Schebler's
field goal with 7 minutes remain-
ing in the half.
Iowa had a 34.9 shooting per-
centage and Ohio a cool 29.9. Iowa
out-rebounded the Buckeyes, 54-
53.
* * *
Minnesota 69, Wisconsin 50
MADISON, Wis. - Minnesota
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The Gophers shot at 42 per cent
from the field while Wisconsin hit
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