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Y. FEBRUARY 2~. 196~I

'M'agers
Buntin Sparks Michigan
In Second StraightWin
By MIKE BLOCK

Easily

Defeat

M9ichigan's basketball team pull-
ed a miniature Purdue at Yost
Field House last night, catching
and passing Iowa early in the
second half, and going on to win
easily, 78-70. - .
The win gave the Wolverines
sole possession of fifth place in
the Big Ten, with a 6-5 mark, and
dropped the Hawkeyes into sixth
with 5-6. Michigan's overall mark
is now 14-7, while Iowa slipped to
9-12-
Strong Comeback
After falling behind 35-31 at the
end of the first half, the Wolver-
ines came on strong in the second
frame to tie it and go ahead to
stay.. Captain Tom Cole's free
throw with 16:05 to go gave his
team a 40-3 9 lead, which it never
relinquished. From there on,
Michigan added to its lead grad-
ually, the maximum advantage be-
ing 16 points with 2:55 to play.
Bill Buntin, the Wolverines'
sophomore center, was once again
their top scorer, notching 32
poinits with 11 yield goals -and 10
free throws. Buntin also came up
with 17 reboundls to pad his con-
ference . lead. in that department.
Iave Roacha was high-point man
for the visitors with .27, which
was also his best for the season.
The game started out slowly,
with Michigan holding a brief lead
before falling behind 29-22 with
5:47 left in the half. The Wolver-
for 11 from the line to keep within
striking distance, led by Buntin,
who was seven for seven.
Cool Off .
In contrast, the Hawks had only
4 te frst rund d connected on
cer tage kepthem Tirthe game,
donfll a. hey accuayslipe
same time, Michigan's rose to 44.4.
All of Mihigan's poit wolerei
John Hari eight.Ine fact, only
one substitute was used in the
entire game, Larry Tregoning
half. The regularse went the ds-
tance after the second half tip.
Hawk Hacked

Michigan committed only four
fouls in the first- half, all by
guards Cantrell and Herner, and
the spurt to 15 by the time the
game ended is a key to their more
aggressive play after intermission.
Although Iowa's leading scorer,
Jimmie Rodgers, was held to two
points and no field goals, and hot
shot Andy Hankins was almost as
inactive, the Wolverines had their
hands full with Roach, who was
almost unstoppable from the floor.
It was only when Roach wasn't
shooting that the Hawkeyes last
the lead.
Double Trouble
Centers Jerry Messick and Doug
Mehlaus gave Buntin some de-
fensive troubles for awhile, until
the 6'7" star began to lean on
them a little. However, Messick
and Melhaus had their own prob-
lems, incurring seven penalties be-
tween themn while trying to do
something about Buntin.
The game was similar to .,oth
the Michigan-Iowa game at Iowa
Ciyad Saturdays game at Pu-
played lackadaisically in the first
half, only to storm back and coast
to victory. The Hawks had to
score six consecutive points near
the end of this one to make it as
close as It was.
Michigan Coach Dave Strack
was especially pleased that his
well that I only thought about
substituting," he said. "At one
point, I almost pulled Harris, but
he was starting to get tough, and
I left him in to see what he could
do." Strack's strategy was borne
outas Harris scored all of his
moa metrd Sharm Sch1euer-
sd us. We were gtting the
shots, but we're just not a good-
shooting team."

--Daly-Bruce Taylor HELPING THE ENEMY?-Iowa's Dave Roach (23) seems to be
GANGING UP-Four Michigan cagers surround Hawkeye Jimmie pushing Michigan's Bill Buntin (22) up to the rim for two points
Rodgers as he unwillingly gives up the ball to Wolverine Larry in the second half of yesterday's game. Buntin really didn't need
Tregoning (35). Bob Cantrell (30), Tom Cole (31) and Doug the assistance as he laid up the ball successfully to add to the
Herner (40) stand by to pounce on the ball as seemingly headless Wolverines' lead, which they maintained during the last 16
Joe Reddington (44) is helpless to aid Rodgers. minutes.
IN A ROMP:

Mermaids T ake State Crown

By BILL BULLARD
The first event of the two-day
State Women's AAU Swimming
Championships last Saturday was
indicative of what was to come.

Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Wisconsin 102, Indiana 96
IllinoIs 81, Minnesota 70
Nebraska 49, Oklalioma State 48
Duke 48; Virginia 47
Bowling Green 114, Marshall 86
Marqutte 69, St. Ls 58
Virginia' Tech 59, Davidson 36
Santa Clara 77, San Jose State 57
Los Angeles 113, Detroit 107

Buntin, c
Cantrell g
Herner, g

MICHIGAN
4-1 -1 9
4-24 10-12 17
6-12 1-2 6
6-12 0-0 6
32-72 14-21 5
IOWA

2 32
4 13
3 12
15 78

SUZY THRASHER
... three victories

G F R P T
Roach, 1 11-15 5-6 7 3 27
Riddle, 1 0-1 0-0 3 0 0
Messick, c 4-18 0-0 3 4 8
Reddington, g 5-10 1-1 5 2 11
Rodgers, g 0-4 2-2 1 0 2
Hankins g2- 5- 229
Denomafi 1-3 0-0 1 1 2
Lyon 13-3 1-3 3 0 7
Total 28-69 14-18 36 157
IOWA 35 35-70

Thi1s Weekend in Spoils
FRIDAY
TRACK--Western Conference Meet at Madison, Wis.
HOCKEY-Michigan at North Dakota
SATURDAY
TRACK-Western Conference Meet at Madison, Wis.
HOCKEY-Michigan at North Dakota
BASKETBALL-Michigan vs. Illinois, Yost Field House, 2 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan at Michigan State
WRESTLING-Michigan at Iowa

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