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NCAA CAGE ROUNDUP:
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From AP and UPI ranked In
MOUNT PLEASANT-Leon Guydon with a 16-p
sank two foul shots with 50 seconds to go half andr
yesterday to give Central Michigan their colle
what turned out to be its victory margin The Re(
in a 72-70 season-opening triumph over a seven-p
the University of Detroit. period, pi
The Titans followed up Guydon's two minutes in
points with a basket of their own and Hoosiers c
got a hold of the ball again in the Woodson
game's closing seconds but missed a rout and h
shot from just past the center line. as the lead
The Detroit comeback attempt was center Ge
stopped for good when a Central player the string
was fouled with one second left and with nine n
sank a free throw to give the Chippewas A baske
their final 72-70 advantage. by Miam
The non-conference game, also Hoosiers t
Detroit's first of the season, was a see- cluding ft
saw battle throughout with the Titans Bouchie, fi
holding a slim 37-34 margin at the half. Miamin
Junior guard Sonny Newman had 17 points afte
points to lead Central while Detroit ves outsco
senior center Earl Cureton led all rest of the
scorers with 18. the Hoosier
Bouchie,
Indiana 80, Miami (0) 52 Wittman e
BLOOMINGTON - Mike Woodson was led by
scored 14 points and freshman Isiah with 14 pai
Thomas added 12 yesterday as top-

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College Football
Boston College 13, Holy Cross 10
Pittsburgh 29, Penn St. 14
Alabama 25, Auburn 18
Tennessee 31, Vanderbilt 10
Houston 63, Rice 0
Texas A&M 13, Texas 7
Navy 31, Army 7
College Basketball
Iowa 86, N. Illinois 43
Central Michigan 72, Detroit 70
Indiana 80. Miami (O.)>52

Notre Dame 92, Valparaiso 66 NBA
Ohio St. 78, Ohio U. 51 Detroit 134, San Antonio 124
Oklahoma 90, N.C.-Greensboro 62 New York 121, Denver 112
W. Virginia 72, W. Illinois 59 Washington 104, New Jersey 100
Lamar 61, Texas A&M 60 Atlanta 106, San Diego 96
Virginia 55, Georgia Tech 37 Boston 106, Indiana 102
Bowling Green 77, Baldwin-Wallace 58 Philadelphia 117, Cleveland 105
Kansas St. 84, N. Iowa 38
NHL
Detroit 6, Boston 3
Washington 7, Quebec 2

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diana blew out Miami (Ohio)
point burst early in the second
rolled to an 80-52 victory in
ge basketball season opener.
dskins, who fought back from
point deficit in the opening
ulled within one at 42-41 five
nto the second half before the
clamped down.
in, a 6-foot-5 senior, started the
ad eight of Indiana's 16 points
d ballooned to 58-41 before 6-8
orge Sweigert finally halted
with a p'air of free throws
minutes remaining.
t by Woodson was countered
ni's Rick Goins, but the
hen scored eight straight, in-
our by 6-8 freshman Steve
'r a 68-45 advantage.
never came closer than 19
er that, and Indiana's reser-
red the Redskins 10-1 for the
game. The final score was
rs' biggest lead.
Butch Carter and, Randy
ach added 10 points. Miami
y Sweigert with 17 and Goins
nts.

Iowa 86, N. Ilinois 43
IOWA CITY - Steve Krafcisin scored
15 points and five other Iowa players hit
double figures as the Hawkeyes cruised
past Northern Illinois 86-43 yesterday in
a college basketball opener.
Iowa struggled early against Nor-
thern Illinois' zone defense, but began
pulling away late in the second half and
was never threatened in the final
period. The Hawkeyes held the Huskies
to only six field goals in each half.
Freshman Bob Hansen added 14 poin-
ts for Iowa, which was tri-champion of
the Big Ten Conference last season.
Kenny Arnold scored 13 points,; Ronnie
Lester had 12 and Kevin Boyle and Vin-
ce Brookins each contributed 10.

Allen Rayhorn led Northern Illinois
with nine points, eight in the first half.
Northern Illinois, which committed 27
turnovers, had the nation's longest
major college winning streak coming
into the contest at six games.
Northern Illinois took a 4-0 lead, but
Iowa came back with 12 straight points,
including eight by Lester in a span of
less than three minutes. Iowa continued
to have problems with its offense,
however, and led only 20-15 with six and
a half minutes left in the half before
opening a 36-23 lead at halftime.
The Hawkeyes charged to a 32-24 lead
in the first five minutes of the second
half and reserves played most of the
final 10 minutes for Iowa.

10th Annual U-M SKI TEAM
SKI SWAP
DEC. 7: TO SELL
DEC. 8: TO BUY
DEC. 9: TO PICK UP
At U-M Coliseum (corner'of S. Fifth & Hill)

Pistons, 'Hub' shine
in win over Spurs

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By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC -The Detroit Pistons en-"
ded a four-game losing streak before
7,466 fans at the Silverdome last night,
as they came on strong at the end to
defeat the San Antonio Spurs handily,
by a 134-124 margin.
San Antonio led throughout most of
the tight contest, until the Pistons took
the lead for good with 4:47 left in the
fourth quarter.
PART OF San Antonio's troubles
could be attributed to the fact that the
iceman did not cometh. Detroit native
George Gervin missed the game
because of a back injury. His absence
caused Spurs coach Doug Moe to
remark, "We played pretty well
tonight, but you can never tell what
might have happened with Gervin in."
Detroit only had eight players
dressed to play, as Greg Kelser, James
McElroy, and Leon Douglas were
idelined with injuries. Te reduced

roster gave some of the bench warmers
a good, chance to garner some playing
time. Most notable of these was former
Michigan center Phil Hubbard, who
had 17 points and seven rebounds. Hub-
bard's performance prompted Coach
Richue Adubato to remark, "Hubbard
did a heckuva job. Sometimes you
discover a player when injuries allow a
guy an opportunity to play."
The Pistons were paced in scoring
and rebounding by forward Bob
McAdoo, who poured in 29 points and
grabbed 12 boards. Terry Tyler also
had a good night, as he scored a per-
sonal season high of 25 points in ad-
dition to some clutch rebounding at the
end of the game. Center Bob Lanier ad-
ded 26 to the effort.
The Spurs' loss wasted fine perfor-
mances by Larry Kenon, who had a
game high 39 points, and James Silas,
who added 34.
The much-needed victory raises the
Pistons' season mark to 8-16, while San
Antonio dropped to 13-11.

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