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February 10, 1959 - Image 10

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Hoosiers Upset, 89-=8
Wisconsin Trips Pure
By The Associated Press

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Illi-
nois stormed out of a five-game
losing streak and upset Indiana's
hot-and-cold basketball team last
night, 89-83.
The Illini came back fighting
after trailing 17-0 at the start.
Roger Taylor pumped in 28
points for the winners.
Indiana went into the game
with a chance to tie Michigan
State's idle Big Ten leaders, 7-2,
in league play.
The Hoosiers started out as if
they would run the fllinl out of
the gym. After scoring the first
17 points, they ran their advan-
tage to 27-9. Then Illinois pulled
itself together and scored nine
straight points but still trailed,
47-34, at the half.
Five Illinois players scored 10
or more points apiece in the sec-
ond half. A surge that included
three straight baskets by Govoner1
Vaughn put the Illini ahead forI
the first time at 68-67 with 6:281

to play. Indiana never re
the lead.
Wisconsin 91, Purdue
MADISON, Wis. = Wis
upset Purdue 91-86 last ni
a thrilling Big Ten basl
game which snapped a 9
losing streak for the Badg
It was Wisconsin's first C
ence victory of the campai
Rick Murray, a reserve c
Badger squad most of th
son, and Merriweather
scoring honors for the gam
27 points each. Badger Jim
chipped in 24.
STANDINGS
W L
Michigan State 6 2
Indiana 5 3
MICHIGAN 4 3
Purdue 4 4
Minnesota 4 4.
Northwestern 4 4
Iowa 4 4
Ohio State 4 5
Illinois 4 5
Wisconsin I 6

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-Daily--David Arnold
A LONG SHOT-Gary Long (15), Indiana sophomore, takes deadly
aim that seconds later brought the Hoosiers two points closer to
an 84-78 victory over Michigan Saturday. Wolverine players chas-
ing in vain are George Lee (35) and Terry Miller.
BASKETBALL ROUNDUP:
Top-Ranked KU Beaten;
Marquette Streak Halted

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STARKVItLE, Miss. - Missis-
sippi State, led by Bailey Howell
who had 27 points before fouling
out, tripped top-ranked Kentucky
66-58 last _night.
The victorygave Mississippi
State an 8-1 Southeastern Confer-
ence record to 8-2 for Kentucky,
the defending national champion.
It shoved State into second place
in the SEC standings behind Au-
burn's perfect 10-0 chart.
* * *
DePaul 89, Marquette 80
CHICAGO - DePaul stormed
back in the second half last night
to break Marquette's 15-game
winning. streak and hand the
Warriors an 89-80 basketball de-
feat.
Howie Carl poured in 31 points
for Depaul.
The BlueDemons, trailing Mar-
quette 47-44 at the half, broke
open the game after Jim Flem-

ming put them ahead 69-69. De-
Paul then banged in nine more
points to move ahead 78-67.
The loss was the second in 19
games for Marquette while De-
Paul upped its record to 9-5.

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