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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 2, 1972

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By GEORGE HASTINGS
Special To The Daily
MT. PLEASANT - Clutch shoot-
ing in an overtime period broke
the heart of a game Central Mich-
igan squad and gave the Michigan
freshman basketball team a 101-98
win in the first close contest the'
frosh have engaged in this year.
Three long jump shots by Campy
Russell were followed by two
clutch plays by Joe Johnson in
the overtime period to give the
Wolverines the nod after 45 min-
utes of intensely fought basketball.
After Russell's shot, the Wolver-
ines still trailed 96-95, but Johnson
then hit two foul shots and fired
a perfect pass to Bill Ayler for a

then put the game away by put-
ting an offensive rebound back in,
making a last-second Chippewa
basket meaningless.
Actually, the overtime heroics
nearly didn't come about as Cen-
tral Michigan's Matt Means missed
a free throw with no time showing
on the clock at the end of the
second half. The foul shot was set
up when Russell missed a last
second shot and C. J. Kupec fouled
Means attempting to get the re-
bound.
Although Russell and Johnson
dominated the scoring with 40 and
27 points respectively, Wolverine
coach Dick Honig termed the win
an example of "a great team ef-

bucket to give the Wolverines their fort," crediing all seven of his
winning margin. Doug Ashworth players who saw action. Honig
e - - also had great praise for the Chip-
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Minnesota 5 1
Ohio State 5 1
Purdue 2 1
Wisconsin 2 2
Michigan State 2 3
Illinois 1 2
Iowa 1 4
Northwestern 1 5
Indiana 0 4
Yesterday's Results
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igan on even terms in a game
which saw both teams take large
leads only to have them whittled
away.
The early going was fairly even
with Matt Means doing a good job
of defending on Russell and Mich-
igan led only 20-19 after ten
minutes.
At that point, Russell and John-
son went on a tear, stretching the
margin to 34-29 in the next four
and a half minutes, but the Chip-
pewas came charging back right
as the Michigan shooters went cold
to narrow the gap to 46-44 at the
half with Dean Eisler netting most
of his 15 first-half points in the last
five minutes of the period.
The Chips were just as hot when
they came out after the intermis-
sion, scoring the first eight points
and then blazing to a 64-53 lead.
However, the outside shooting of
Russell and John Kantner, along
with the strong rebounding .f Rus-
sell and Ashworth carried the Wol-
verines back into the game and
the contest see-sawed back and
forth in the final minutes until the
wild end of the second half.
The game was played before a
wildly excited crowd of 3,000 plus
in little Finch Field House.
Honig was most gratified by the
performance of his team in their
first pressure situation. Russell,
Kantner, Kupec and Johnson were
all forced to play much of the sec-
ond half and overtime period with
four fouls on each.
The resulting lack of aggressive-
ness of Michigan's defense in the
final minutes allowed the Chip-
newas to get many uncontested
baskets inside.
The Wolverines also were both-
ered considerably by a Central
Michigan man-to-man press and
committed numerous turnovers,
helping the Chippewas' cause.
For the Wolverines Russell and
Johnson were backed up in scoring
by Ayler and Ashworth with ten
points apiece. Russell and Ash-
worth also pulled down 19 ard 15
rebounds. For the Chips, Eisler
had 27and center Danny Round-
field had 20.

-Associated Press
TORONTO DEFENSEMAN Rick Ley goes low to block a shot by Detroit's Mickey Redmond (20)
in a game won last night by the Red Wings, 4-0. Nick Libett is also parked by the net in front of
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DETROIT - Goals by Alex Del-
vecchio and Mickey Redmond led
Detroit to a 4-0 National Hockey
League victory over Toronto last
night, sending the Maple Leafs to
their eighth consecutive loss and
giving the Red Wings sole posses-
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Red Berenson scored a pair of
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eight of New York's last 16. end of the court.
* * * NBA Commissioner Walter Ken-
Cavs, Braves split nedy upheld the protest, and the
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Rookie Aus- game was picked up from that
tin Carr fired in 12 of his 19 point. Rick Roberson took the ball
points in the third quarter, spark- out at mid-court and tossed it to
ing a Cleveland spurt that carried Bobby Smith, whose 35-foot shot
the Cavaliers to 104-99 victory hit the rim and bounded into the
over the Buffalo Braves in a Na- hands of Buffalo's Elmore Smith
tional Basketball Association game as the game ended.
last night. In the regulation game, Carr
The teams also completed a sus- broke a 69-69 tie with a shot from
pended game of Dec. 3 and Buf- the left side, triggering a decisive
falo won it 91-90. eight-point Cleveland burst.
OSU climbs to first place tie

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DeBusschere had left the game The suspended game, which re-
early in the first period to enter quired only four seconds to com-
a hospital for x-rays of the pinky plete, was played after the regu-
finger on his left hand, injured lation game. Cleveland had lodged
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Boston 15, Bltimore 108
!Seattle 121, Chicago 103
Cleveland 104, Buffalo 99
Buffalo 91, Cleveland 90 completion of
suspended game of Dec. 3
New York 115, Detroit 106

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Pistons knicked By The Associated Press
N E W Y O R K - Bill Bradley COLUMBUS - Allan Hornyak's
scored a season high of 29 points clutch shooting in the final min-
as the New York Knicks overcame utes carried ninth - ranked Ohio
a 40-point performance by De- State to an 82-77 Big Ten basket-
troit's Bob Lanier and handed the ball victory over Iowa and a share
Pistons their sixth straight Na- of the conference lead last night.
tional Basketball Association set- Hornyak, who scored a season-
Bradley, who had engaged In a high 37 points, hit nine points in
Brad match with Detroit's Cur- the last 21/2 minutes to help the
pushingmacwihDtotsCr Buckeyes overcome a 74-73 Iowa
tis Rowe in the second period, was leady
the key man when the Knicks evo
forged ahead to stay 94-91 with The victory earned Ohio Statef
eight straight points in the fourth a share of the Big Ten lead with
period after having trailed 82-69 Minnesota and Michigan. All have
in the third quarter. He scored six 5-1 conference records.
points in the decisive spurt and Iowa upset the Buckeyes with
Dave DeBusschere added.two free a full court press in the second
throws. half after trailing by as much as
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week ago. He scored 17 points and
had 14 rebounds.
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Cornhuskers crunch
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Sluggish
Missouri, the nation's 15th-ranked
basketball team, fought off in-
spired Kansas for a 64-60 Big
Eight victory last night.
The Tigers, now 15-2 over-all
and 4-1 in the league, had to come
from behind each half and used
free throws and John Brown's
shooting after intermission to pull
it out.
* * *
Missouri mauls
LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska out-
lasted Kansas State 61-60 last
night to regain first place in the
Big Eight Conference basketball
race before a crowd of 8,000.
The Wildcats pulled away late
in the first half, scoring eight
straight points to take a 36-30 in-
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Iowa, now 1-4 in the league and
7-8 over-all, went ahead by three
points several times in the second
half before Hornyak took com-
mand with his shooting.
Luke Witte, Ohio State's 7-foot'
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