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Page 12-Friday, February 16, 1979-The Michigan Daily

Announcing a
TRAVEL SEMINAR
TO APPALACHIA
" MARCH 3-11,1979
0 For foreign and American students & scholars
" PURPOSE:
-To learn about the culture, problems and history of Appa-
lachia
-To mutually share ideas and values, music and dance
-To visit the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and sur-
rounding scenic areas
* COST: $100 (covers food, transportation, and lodging)
Contact the
ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
921 Church
662-5529 (weekdays)
665-6575 (evenings & weekends)

BIG TEN ROUNDUP
Spartans nail Indiana,

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Earvin
"Magic" Johnson with 15 points led
four Michigan State players in double
figures last night to spark the eighth-
ranked Spartans to a 59-47 win over In-
diana, their third this season over the
Hoosiers.
The victory left MSU with a 9-4 league
record and 17-5 overall.
Michigan State scored the first eight
points to start the second half for a 38-30
lead and remained in charge to hand
the Hoosiers their seventh Big Ten
defeat against six victories.
Overall, Indiana slipped to 14-11,
although the Hoosiers had the scoring
leader in Mike Woodson with 25 points.
However, no other Indiana player hit in
double figures.

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Indiana led by as much as five points
in the first half before MSU tied the
score at 30-30 at the intermission on a
pair of free throws by Terry Donnally.
MSU extended its lead to 12 points
and went to its patented delayed offense
with about eight minutes left to play.
Greg Kelser, Jay Vincent and Ron
Charles each scored 10 points for the
Spartans. Landon Turner and Butch
Carter had 8 apiece for Indiana.
MSU first defeated Indiana in the
finals of the Far West Clasic in Decem-
ber, then on its homecourt.
-UPI
Illinois 81, Wisconsin 64
CHAMPAIGN, III.-Illinois, placing
five players in double figures, scored an
easy 81-64 win over Wisconsin, handing
the slumping Badgers their ninth
straigh loss in Big Ten basketball play
last night.
Illinois rolled to a 34-25 halftime lead
in the sloppily played game, with both
teams combining for 31 fouls in the first

half. Four Badgers fouled out-starters
Claude Gregory, Joe Chrnelich and
Larry Petty and reserve James Smith.
The balanced Illini attack was led by
Mark Smith with 14 points. Rob Judson
scored 13 with Neil Breshahan adding
12 and James Griffin and Eddie John-
son each collecting 10. -AP
* * *
Ohio St. 74, Minnesota 68
MINNEAPOLIS-Sophomore center
Herb Williams scored 26 points and
hauled down 12 rebounds to lead 17th-
ranked Ohio State to a 74-68 Big Ten
basketball victory over Minnesota last
night.
The victory boosted the Buckeyes'
conference record to 10-3, keeping them
tied for first place with Iowa, which
defeated Purdue.
Minnesota, which lost its seventh
straight game, fell to 4-9 in the Big Ten
and 9-13 overall.
Williams, who leads the Big Ten in
rebounding, hit a short turnaround with
three minutes to play to give Ohio State
a 67-62 lead.

59-47
But Minnesota fought back to within
two points twice in the final two
minutes before Kelvin Ransey and
Mike Cline each hit two free throws to
give the Buckeyes. their final six-point
bulge.
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* * *
Iowa 75, Purdue 72
IOWA CITY-Fourteenth-ranke
Iowa overcame a 36-point performanc
by Purdue's Joe Barry Carroll an
defeated the 13th-ranked Boilermaker
75-72 last night to remain in first plac
in the Big Ten Conference basketbal
standings.
Iowa let a 14-point lead dwindle t
three late in the game, but th
Hawkeyes hit eight straight free throw
in the final 2:07 to stay ahead. Th
Hawkeyes did not score a field goal i
the last 41/ minutes.
Steve Krafcisin led Iowa with 17 Doi
ts. Ronnie Lester added 14.
-A

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SYMPOSIUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS
IN, THE. USSR
THE SOVIET PERSPECTIVE ON DISSENT
FEB. 19-21 1979
University of Michigan

PALKO PACES MICHIGAN:
Women tankers lead

*Public is invited
MONDAY, FEB. 19
* Free admission 7:30 P.M. Encapsulation of theYear'
JERRY GOODMAN, Director, Noti
on Soviet Jewry .
8:30 P.M. The Effect of Pressures frc
DAVID CHUDINOVSKY, Columbia U
TUESDAY, FEB. 20
7:30 P.M.. Censorship in Soviet Liters
iGOR YEFIMOV, Fiction Writer, Sov
8:30 P.M. Anti-Semitism in the Sovie
ALLAN ALTER, Graduate Student in
University of Michig
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21
7:30 P.M. Soviet Constitution and th
Rights of the Individual
GEORGE GINSBURGS, Rutgers Low!
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By OWEN MEDD
Yesterday, in the first segment of
the women's Big Ten swimming cham-
pionships, the Michigan tankers
showed that they were ready to claim
the championship of the Big Ten for the
fourth consecutive year, ending the fir-
st day 137 points ahead of their nearest
rival, Indiana.
Coach Stu Isaac was admittedly con-
cerned with the performance he saw at
the preliminaries yesterday morning.
"We were pretty inconsistent," Isaac

commented. "I don't think the girls
realized they were in big time com-
petition."
. THE SITUATION had changed by the
time the final competition started
however.
"They- really came through. We had
some fantastic races. Anytime you see
people coming in from the outside lanes
to win you know you're doing well."
One of the more outstanding per-
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Michigan swimmer Marie Palk
Beside being a member of'the cha
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made NCAA cuts, she also qualifie
herself for the national championshi
meet in the 200 yard individual medle
with a time of 2:10.48, which set a ne
pool record. This was the same even
that saw the Wolverines snare a rar
sweep of the top three positions.
THJERE WERE good performance
all around by the Michigan team
"Everyone improved their times. Bar
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Coach Isaac summed it up,"Tomorro
should be a good day for us. We have
lot of our good events tomorrow. W
should be tough."
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' Iowa 75, Purdue 72

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