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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December S, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, December 5, 1971
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MILWAUKEE-Kareem Jabbar, Chet Walker led the Bulls with: eight points and were in command
after a one-day bout with the flu, 28 points, including 21 to stake the the rest of the way as they sur-
came back with 41 ,points yester- Bulls to a 54-51 halftime lead. Jab- passed their previous season high
day as the Milwaukee Bucks scored bar scored 12 points and Robertson of 127 points against Detroit Nov.
a 108-105 National Basketball As- eight to put Milwaukee ahead 78- 13.
sociation victory over the Chicago 77 after three quarters. With Dick Barnett connecting for
Bulls on Lucius Allen's jump shot Milwaukee led 90-84 early in the 11 points in the first eight minutes,
with 22 seconds left' fourth quarter before the Bulls the Knicks raced to a 32-18 ad-
The victory, the Bucks 23rd in scored four straight baskets, two vantage by the end of the opening
27 starts, increased their Midwest by Norm Van Lier, to take a 103- period, in which they sank 14 of
Division lead to 4%/2 games over the 98 lead with 2:30 left. Clifford Ray's 21 floor shots.
runnerup Bulls, 17-7. Chicago had basket put Chicago up 105-102 but In the secoond quarter they hit
won 10 of its last 11 games. Jabbar's hook brought Milwaukee 12 of 23 from the field and boosted
Allen's shot, after Oscar Robert- back to within one with 55 seconds their lead to 62-40.
son had blocked a shot by Chi- left. New York continued its hot
cago's Bob Weiss, gave Milwaukee Bob Love scored 27 points and shooting in the third period sinking
a 106-105 lead. Weiss 23 for the Bulls, while Rob- its first three shots in increasing
ertson had 17 for Milwaukee. the margin to 68-40 and finished the
Weiss missed * shot with eight * * * quarter with 11 field goals in 19
seconds, left and teammate Jerry attempts.
Sloan missed a follow-up. Jabbar Knicks smother
grabbed the next rebound and, af-
ter a foul, sank two insurance free NEW YORK - The New York Sonics steamroller
throws with one second left. Knicks hit 59 per cent of their field
- - -- goal attempts in the first half and CINCINNATI -Barry Clemens
I rolled up their highest score of the sank a 17-foot jump shot and two
free throws in the final 13 seconds
year, routing the Buffalo Braves pener Haywoo scods
R SHOP SUNDA YS P 130-90 last night in a National and Spencer Haywood scored 23
Basketball Association game. ; points as the Seattle SuperSonics
12:00 - 5:001 nipped Cincinnati 100-98 last night
The Knicks, breaking a two-game in a National Basketball Associ-
losing spin, scored the game's first ation game.
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ASHERTON, Tex. - Asherton
High School won its first basket-
ball game after 62 straight losses
last night, beating Eden 38-20.
The victory gives some hope to
the South Texas high school's foot-
ball team, which will start next
season with losses in its last 40
games.

PURDUE'S JOVON PRICE, who had oh, so much trouble with his game against Michigan last
year, si-des along the floor at West Lafayette in pursuit of a loose ball. Teammate Jim Rodgers and
cheerleader Louella Winsome watch with concern in the background. The Boilermakers went on to
defeat Eastern Michigan in the non-conference battle.

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for a central committee chair
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DR. ROGER HEYNS, ex-
chancellor of University of
California, Berkeley, will
lead a discussion on "Prob-
lems in Higher Education:
View of an Administrator"
on Sunday, December 5 at
7:30 p.m. at Campus Chap-
el, 1236 Washtenaw.

World Traying Championship
chairmen needed in
following areas:
GENERAL PUBLICITY
GROUNDS
REGISTRAR
OFFICIATING
To apply, come to UAC offices, 2nd fl.
Union. Applications due Mon., Dec. 13.

IN BIG TEN INVITATIONAL
Gymnasts garner second
By THERESA SWEDO and Ward Black; side horse-Gura
special To The Daily' and Dick Kaziny; still rings-Mike
CHICAGO-On a windy Chicago Sale; long horse - Gura and Rusty
day the Big Ten Invitational gym- Pierce; parallel bars-Murray Plot-
nastics crown blew away from all kin; horizontal bar-Jim Scull and
the Big Ten schools and landed in Ted Marti.
the waiting hands of Southern Illi- The three best all around Michi-
nois University. gan gymnasts were Bouchard with
Michigan was the top Big Ten 47.55, Gura with 49.70, and Marti
school, managing to finish second. with 48.45. Meet-wide, these men
All the other Big Ten schools that came in 12th, fourth and eighth
attended, besides Iowa, hoarded respectively.
the last five spots. Finishing last The individual all around wir ner
was Ohio State, then M i c h i g a n was Gary Moraka from Southern
State, Minnesota, Indiana, and Illi- Illinois. SIU also nailed second
nois. Iowa managed to capture fifth place with Tom Linder doing the
in the meet, beating out Illinois honors. Third 'place was garnered
State University and the rest of by Dean Showalter of Iowa.
the Big Ten, save Michigan. In the separate events, the Wol-
First place finisher Southern Illi- verines scored as follows: free ex-
nois scored 161.95, eking out the ercise - 26.55; side horse -26.55;
Wolverines who had 157.70. Third still rings-24.95; long horse-26.90;
place Indiana State ended up with parallel bars-25.95; and horizontal
156.00. bar-26.80.
Finalist and high scorers for Team competition was conducted
Michigan in the events are as fol first in the afternoon and indi-
lows: Free exercise - Jean Paul vidual finals began in the evening.
Bouchard, Ray Gura, Terry Boys, In the team competition, five
-Jmen from each team compete for

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this meet all the schools had some
competitors in the finals, with Big
Ten scchools having one automatic
finalist.
There were fourhnon-conference
teams attending the meet at the
Circle campus of the University of
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