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Sunday, January 13, 1969,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Seven

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Illini

overtime

Wildcats, 82-77

-- EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) - Jodie
Harrison's four quick points keyed
an overtime drive that gave
fourth-ranked Illinois an 82-77
Big Ten basketball victory over
No. 12 Northwestern yesterday.
The game was tied 13 times and
the lead was traded 15 times be-
fore the Illini broke from a 69-69
} stalemate after regulation time to
book an 11-1 season record and
2-1 in the Big Ten.
The loss snapped a nine-game
victory string for the Wildcats
leaving them at 9-2 and 1-1 in
the conference race.
Harrison made a drive-in shot
and followed with two free throws
that put Illinois on top 75-73.
Northwestern never could make it
up after that and Illinois padded
out the final score mainly on five
points by Mike Price.
Northwestern held a 39-36 half-
time edge.

-Associated Press
TJCLA'S KENNY HEITZ goes for a loose ball while teammate
John Vallely tries to reverse direction and Oregon State's Mike
Markham sprawls on the floor. The action occurred in the Bruins'
83-64 smashing of outclassed OSU.

Iowa overruns Indiana
IOWA CITY (P) - The Iowa
Hawkeyes chalked up their first
Big Ten Conference basketball
victory of the season here yester-
day as they downed Indiana 91-72.
The victory keeps the Hawk-
eyes' record at home perfect with
six in a row while they have won
fou r out of five on the road.

Indiana took an early lead 3-1,
but lost it to the Hawkeyes with
15:07 left in the first half and
trailed 40-31 at halftime.
The Hawkeyes picked up an
early 12 point lead in the second
half 45-33 and then steadily pull-
ed away from Indiana during the
remainder of the game.
Glen Vidnovic scored five points
in the last 40 seconds to give Iowa
its 19-point victory margin.
The victory gave Iowa a 1-1
conference mark and was the
third straight loss for Indiana.
Iowa is now 7-4 for the season
with Indiana 4-8.
Ben McGilmer. who fouled out
with 2:30 left in the game, led the
Hawkeyes with 27 points. Joe
Cook was top scorer for Indiana
with 22.
* * *
Buckeyes blast Badgers
COLUMBUS, Ohio (W) - Ohio
State, capitalizing heavily on free
throws, won its second straight
Big Ten basketball victory last
night with an 84-69 ;decision over
Wisconsin. It was Wisconsin's
third straight conference defeat.
The Badgers outscored O h i o
from the field, 30-27 but the
Bucks hit 30 of 43 free throw at-
tempts as Wisconsin committed
29 personal fouls.
Ohio State trailed at times early
in the first half but pulled ahead
at 32-20 and never was headed
again. The Bucks had a 40-36
lead at the half.
The winners pulled into a 59-42
lead in the last half, then put
down a mild Wisconsin threat, and
at one time, held a 20-point lead
at 79-59.
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UCLA powers by Oregon State

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CORVALIS, Ore. (R)-UCLA, the,
nation's no. 1 college basketb~all
tean, overpowered surprising Ore-
gon State University in the final'
minutes yesterday for an 83-64.
Pacific 8 Conference victory.
The Bruin were ahead by onlyk
three points at halftime but All-,
American Lew Alcindor led the
second-half rush that buried the
4 Beavers.
Alcindor had 29 points and his
strength and height dgminated
the contest.
OSU, which had upset .the Uni-
versity of Southern California Fri-
day night, did not go down easily.
The Beavers scored nine consecu-
tive points at the end of the first
half and were within two points,
41-39, with two minutes gone in
the second half.
In the next. six minutes, how-'
ever, the Bruins poured through
14.points while holding the Bea-;
vers to a lone field goal by seven-
foot center Vic Bartolome.
Bartolomome made a gallant try
at stopping Alcindor while scor-
ing 23 points himself.,
COLUMBIA, Mo. R)- Tough
Missouri gambled more than 21/2
minutes for a last shot and made
it pay off with a 47-46 upset of
fifth-ranked Kansas' basketball
team last night.
The Tigers, who had lost four
* of their previous five games, pull-
, ,ed the upset of the Big Eight Con-
ference's title favorite on junior
guard Theo Franks' jump shot
,with seven seconds to go.
Kansas called two subsequent

timeouts in an attempt to staveI
,off defeat but lost its final op-
,portunity when a Jayhawk let a
'pass get away.,
It snapped a 12-game Kansas
victory string and left the Jay-
thawks 13-2 over-all and 2-1 in
'the Big Eight. Missouri's records
tire 8-6 and 1-2.
* * *
DES MOINES, Iowa ()-Tulsa,
led by hot-shooting Bobby Smith,
took an undisputed hold on first
place in the Missouri Valley Con-
ference race with a 86-78 victory
over Drake yesterday.
Smith, a 6-5 forward, poured in
32 points as the Golden Hurri-
canes improved theirdconference
record to 4-0, and Drake dropped
to 3-1.
Tulsa led 40-30 at halftime by
shooting 50 per cent from the
floor while Drake shot a frigid 37
per cent.
But the Bulldogs battled back
and pulled within 3 points, 64-61,
with 6:54 remaining.
Tulsa then scored a field goal
and six free throws to regain a

10-point advantage which proved
to be insurmountable.
Smith got help from forward
Rob Washington, who scored 21,
and guard Ron Carson, with 16.
Drake's all-conference guard,
Wiilie McCarter) flipped in 23
points and Dolph Pulliam contri-
buted 19 for the Bulldogs.
* * *
LEXINGTON, Ky. (e) - Ken-
mncky overwhelmed Florida in the
first half last night and coasted to
an 88-67 Southeastern Conference
victory - its 999th victory in the
history of the school. Or some-
thing. I
Just before the game started,
Kentucky claimed to have found
another oldtime victory that had
been uncounted in its annals and
asked the NCAA for recognition
of that one.
The Wildcats, shooting 61.1
per cent before half time, were in
front all the way, and were not
threatened .after the final five
minutes of the first half.
Leading 31-25, the Wildcats hit
a burst of points and had an 18-
point bulge at half time.

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