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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 18, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 1 8, 1972

Buckeyes

lead

tight

Big

Ten

c e

By ELLIOT LEGOW ance by the Illini than a good one
After only one full week of play by the Wolvefines.
in the Big Ten basketball race, Illinois, usually unbeatable at
teams are already settling into home, has now dropped two
their proper places in the stand- straight in Champaign, and Coach
ings. Pre-season favorites Ohio Harry Schmidt says, "We're go-
State and Minnesota pulled off ing to have to take a strong look
impressive wins and remain the at everything we're doing after
only two unbeaten teams in the two straight losses at home."
conference. Minnesota has been relying on
The Buckeyes have already its size and defense under first-
blasted two of their stronger con- year Coach Bill Musselman and
tenders, Purdue and Michigan, in has downed Indiana's sliding
impressive style to keep them on Hoosiers and Northwestern's in-
top. Ohio's win over Michigan by ept Wildcats. Northwestern tried
an 84-73 count doesn't indicate slow-down tactics against the Go-
how completely the Buckeyes phers but that move backfired as

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Big Ten

dominated the
pulling off theiri
tive triumph over

Wolverines, in Minnesota roared out to a 31-8
eighth consecu- early lead and powered to a 84-60
Michigan. triumph.

Ohio State
Minnesota
Wisconsin
MICHIGAN
MSU
Purdue
Iowa
Illinois
Indiana
Northwestern
Tonight's Games
Minnesota at Wisconsin
Michigan State at Northwestern
Ford and Bill Franklin, with 25
and 24 points respectively, the
Boilermakers overcame an Illi-
nois halftime lead to even their
mark at 1-1.
The old truth that almost all
games in the Big Ten are won by
home teams seems to be losing its
validity after Illinois, Indiana and
Purdue all have dropped games
before rabid home audiences.

Standings
Conference All Games
2 0 1.000 10 2 .833
2 0 1.000 8 3 .727
2 1 .667 9 4 .692.
2 1 .667 7 6 .538
1 1 .500 T 4 .636
1 1 .500 7 5 .583
1 1 .500 6 5 .545
1 2 .333 9 3 .750
0 2 .000 8 4 .333
0 3 .000 2 9 .182
Saturday's Games
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Minnesota at Michigan State
Indiana at Ohio State

$

Michigan was completely out- The only upset recorded in last
played as Ohio State rolled to an Saturday's action was at Bloom-
early 66-36 lead. Coach Fred Tay- ington where Indiana was dealt
for was restrained in his praise j its second conference setback by
of the Buckeyes but did admit, Wisconsin, now 2-1. Wisconsin's
"that's the best we've been for coach John Powless suspended
quite a stretch." He kept his squad three players, including starters
moving, on offense looking for the i Leon Watson and Gary Howard
open shot and, on defense pre- for breaking curfew the night be-
venting Michigan from using its fore the game. Lee Oler led the
fast break. revamped Wisconsin lineup with
The Wolverines, considered a 18 points and sub Craig Manwar-
prime contender in pre-season j ing put in the game winning bas-

-Daily-Mort Noveck

MICHIGAN'S JOHN LOCKARD (45) gets away a jump shot in
Saturday's loss to Ohio State at Columbus. The Buckeyes' Luke
Witte (34) and Allan Hornyak (13) have helped lead the team to
a 10-2 record and a ninth place ranking in the Associated Press
poll.

polls still hold a good 2-1 record
and will be getting the services
of healthier Henry Wilmore andI
Ken Brady in the coming weeks.
Michigan's winhover Illinois at
Champaign last Tuesday seemed
like a key one, but the reason for
the win was more a bad perform-

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get at the buzzer. Key games this week pit Min-
nesota at Wisconsin tonight and
The only game Wisconsin has Indiana at Ohio State. Saturday.
lost was to Michigan State, but,
the Spartans, idle last weekend, Michigan has tonight off after
do not seem to pose a title threat. playing three games in an eight
They will put their star-less team day period. Saturday the Wol-
back into action this week with verines open a three game home
two games, at Northwestern and!stand against Northwestern, the
hoto msrg Mnntest. n conference tailender with an 0-3
home to strong Minnesota. record. Wilmore should be back
Purdue still looks like a possi- at full strength by this weekend,
ble contender off its 87-74 win but Brady still needs plenty of
over Illinois. Led by its two possi- time to get into shape after a
ble all-Big Ten forwards, Bob semester on the sideline.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (P) - Bob
Devaney announced yesterday he
will coach Nebraska's two-time
national championship football
team through another season and
then retire as head coach, while
continuing as athletic director.
Devaney said he would recom-
mend assistant coach Tom Os-
borne as his replacement at the
end of the 1972 season.
"This has been a difficult
decision, whether to continue
coaching or to retire," said Deva-
ney, 56. "But after careful con-
sideration and because of some
commitments to players who
have been recruited, I have de-
cided to coach one more season.
"Next fall will be it-win, lose
or draw. We are certainly plan-
ning on it being 'win'."

-Daily-Mort Noveck
SEVEN FOOT LUKE WITTE of Ohio State utilizes his full
beanpole frame to tear down a rebound in last Saturday's game
with Michigan. Witte took game honors in rebounding with 14.
Professional Leo ue Stu-ii:gs

East Division

Boston
New York
Montreal
Toronto
Detroit
Buffalo
Vancouver

w
29
28
25
20
18
9
11

L
7
9
14
19
26
25

T
7
7
7
10
7
10
5

Pts
65
63
57
50
43
28
27

GF
173
191
168
128
140
121
101

GA
94
97
116
118
145
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West Division
Chicago 29 9 5 63 144
Minnesota 22 15 6 50 110
Calirornia 14 23 9 37 138
St. Louis 15 22 7 37 131
Philadelphia 12 22 8 32 101
Pittsburgh 12 24 8 32 108
Los Angeles 11 31 4 26 101
Sunday's Results
Buffalo 4, Montreal 2
St. Louis 4, Toronto 3
Boston 9, D~etroit 2
Chicago 3, Minnesota 2
Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 3, tie
Only games scheduled
Yes*:erday's Results
No gams scheduled

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