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THE MICHIGAN DAILY:

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Takes Second Big
Buntin Scores 34 Points for Season High;

Ten

Win, 88-67

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Director of Personnel, 254 N. Laurel Ave. Des Plaines, second Big Ten basketball victory convincing margin early in the
Illinois. 88-67 in as many starts here last second half which assured the
night. victory.
The Wolverines came from a Iowa looked slightly disorgan-
first half deficit of two points to ized throughout the game, losing
dominate the latter period. In con- I the ball several times after gain-
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ing it on Wolverine mistakes.
Coach Sharm Scheuerman
shuttled players in and out of the
game but couldn't find the com-
bination to stop the Wolverine
second half blitz.
Bill Buntin sccred 34 points,
one more than his previous high
for the season against Northwest-
ern. He also led both teams in re-
bounds with 16.
The Wolverines and the Hawk-
eyes battled inconclusively for the
opening minutes of the second
half. Then, with Michigan lead-
ing 52-48, the Wolverines scored
10 straight points. Six of the
points came on lay-ups as was the
pattern for the second.half.
Michigan repeatedly broke men
loose under the basket for an easy
lay-up. John Oosterbaan, who
took runner-up scoring honors to
Buntin with 18, made six lay-ups
in this manner in the second- half.
Cole scored 10 of his 13 points in
a similar manner before he fouled
out of the game with 4:46 to go.
Iowa had. four players in double
figures. Jerry Messick, Fred Rid-
dle, and Joe Reddington scored
11 points each while Dave Roach
was high scorer with 15 points.
Bill Buntin was again the big
man for the Wolverines in the
first half as he hit on eight baskets
from the floor. Doug Herner, Lar-
ry Tregoning, and John Ooster-
baan each scored two baskets to
account for the remainder of the
Wolverine field goals. Buntin was
able to drive in for lay-ups or hit
on short hooks. Herner drove for
his two field goals also.
The Wolverines tied the score
for the first time when Captain
Tom Cole picked up a loose ball
and tossed it to Tregoning. The
Ferndale sophomore outran one
Hawkeye to the basket and made
the lay-up. He was fouled while
shooting. Buntin picked off the
rebound and jammed it through
the basket to make the score
17-15.
Michigan built up a five point
lead, saw it cut .to two, and then
increased the lead to seven. Both
teams played in spurts and at the
end of the half the Hawkeyes were
on the upswing.
Still in First Place

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
BOARD MAN-Bill Buntin flies high over the heads of teammates and opponents alike to snare this
rebound in Saturday afternoon's basketball game with Northwestern. Buntin has been flying high In
his last two games, against Northwestern he scored 33 points and pulled down 21 rebounds and last
night at Iowa he racked up 34 points while pulling down 16 rebounds. Also in the picture are Cole
and Tregoning for 'M' and Keely (30) and Lapossa (35) for Northwestern.
OSIs, PURDUE FALL:
Illinois, Indiana Notch Wins

4

Buntin
Cantrell
Oosterbann
Tregoning
Herner
Cole
Totals
Mesick
Hankins
Rodgers
Roach
Riddle
Reddington
Skea
Denoma
Lyon
Totals
MICHIGAN
IOWA

MICHIGAN
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15-27 4-5:
2-7 1-2
9-12 0-1
2-8 0-2
4-6 4-5
7-11 7-7
32-17 9-15
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By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Storming
from behind in the second half,
Illinois knocked off three-time Big
Ten basketball champion Ohio
State 90-78 last night.
Led by sophomore Tal Brody,
the Illini had three players score
more than 20 points as they van-
quished the Buckeyes who have
dominated the Big Ten in recent
years.
Ohio State sped to a '12-8 lead
and after 13 ties, the Buckeyes
held a 37-36 halftime edge. But
Illinois and Brody, who scored
eight straight points to pull his
team into command at 61-50,
couldn't be denied.
It was Illinois' first triumph
over Ohio State since 1959 after
five straight losses. Brody led the
victors with 23 points. Teammates
Bill Small added 22 and Dave
Downey 21.
Gary Bradds topped the Buck-
eyes with 33 points.
The- victory was Illinois' second
in conference play without defeat
and gave the third-ranked Illini a
10-1 record. Ohio State, rated fifth
nationally, suffered its first con-
ference loss and is now 9-2 for the
season.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-A hus-
tling little sophomore named Alan
Hayden took charge of the Indiana
basketball team last night and the
and the Hoosiers beat Purdue 85-
71.
Sportswriters!
If you think you are inter-
ested in sports and would like
to do something about it, now
is your chance.
All those interested in sports-
writing for the coming semester
are urged to leave their names
with any member of the sports
staff at NO 2-3241 or with per-
sonnel director Jan Winkelman
at NO 3-4187 prior to finals so
we can begin organizing our
training program.
The 5-10 Hayden, from Coving-
ton, Ind., hawked the ball, led fast
breaks and generally sired up the
team. He also scored 10 points in
his first starting role and got a
standing ovation when he left the
floor.
Jimmy Rayl, who scored 44
points for Indiana in a Saturday
night victory over Michigan State,

collected 25. He was outscored by
a fellow townsman from Kokomo,
Ind., Purdue's Ronnie Hughes, who
got 27.
Tom Bolyard added 15 points
and Tom Vanarsdale 12 to the
Hoosier total. Mel Garland of Pur-
due, who had been averaging 20,
was held to nine in the Boiler-
makers' second straight Big Ten
defeat.
The game was all Indiana. The
Hoosiers scored the first seven
points and led 36-25 at the half.
They led by as much as 20 in the
second period and frequently had
four sophomores in the line-up.
SCORES_
Kentucky 106, Vanderbilt 82
Memphis State 96, Hawaii 60
Oklahoma 91, Iowa State 85
Florida 109,1 Tulane 74
Georgia 76, LSU 67
Eastern Michigan 85, Alma 74
Kansas State 58, Air Force 42
Ball State 80, Wabash 63
South Carolina 68, Virginia 64
Oklahoma State 81, Missouri 56
Colorado 75, Nebraska 47
CCNY 70, Bridgeport 61

G FURT
5-9 1-3 4 11
3-8 0-2 5 6
4-10 1-3 5 9
5-12 5-7 815
2-4 7-9 2 11
5-12 1-1 0 11
0-1 0-1 1 0
1-6 2-4 6 4
0-3 0-0 1 0
25-65 17-30 32 67
* 36 52-88
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