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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 24, 1971 of

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 24, 1971

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By KEN COHN
The Michigan gymnasts opened
their home season in a grand style,
yesterday, hitting their peak so
far this season in a near-complete
sweep over Eastern Michigan.
163.7 to 150.4.
The struggling Hurons were
outmanned in a very literal sense,
not even having enough team,
members to fill their allotment
of five performers for each of the
six events. But the lack of com-
petition did nothing to detract
from the Wolverines'nshowing in
their last non-Big Ten meet.
The heftiest contribution to the
Wolverine victory was made by
all-arounder Rick McCurdy, who
finished among the top three in
all events but one, and garnered
the highest all-around individual
total, 53.90. A model of consist-
ency, McCurdy' picked up three
9.1 scores, and did not score below
8.8 in any event.
Michigan's two other bulwarks
of versatility, Ray Gura and Ter
Marti, turned in five top-three
finishes between them, and rolled
up 52.75 and 52.70 marks respec-
tively.
The Wolverine all-arounders
were backed up by a .practically
unbeaten corps of specialists; ex-
cept for a second-place perform-
ance in the parallel bars by Huron
captain Lanny Mills, Michigan
gymnasts captured the first three
places in every event. In the floor
exercises, Ward Black and Gura
tied for first with 9.1. Gura again
placed second in the side horse tc
Dick Kaziny, whose finely honed
routine earned him a 9.2.
McCurdy swung to his one first-
place finish in the rings, after
whichRusty Pierce put a month
of rigorous practice to good use.
A twisting vault which he had
been trying to perfect for several
previous meets was executed flaw-
lessly on his first try yesterday.

and gained a 9.35 from the judges.
Murray Plotkin swept to a win-
ning 9.1 score in the parallel bars.
and even this performance wa.
overshadowed by Bob Johnson'
9.2 routine which was not counted
in the team standings.
Finally, in the high bar, Marti
and Jim Scully turned in excellent!
9.2 and 9.0 scores, either one good
enough to win in less competitive
circumstances. But the audience.
which had already been treated
to a sterling team performance,
had not yet seen Ed Howard.Cap-
ping his routine with a breath-
taking over-the-bar, half-twist
dismount, Howard won the event
and ended the meet with a spec-
tacular 9.4.
"This 163.7 performance speaks
for a lot of hustle and hard
work," commented a jubilant
Coach Newt Loken after yester-
day's triumph. "There's still a few
places where we still need work,
but we'll be ready for next week's
meet."
That meet next week will be a
tri-team contest, with Iowa and
Indiana State providing the op-
position. Their competition will al-
most certainly be stiffer than
Eastern Michigan's.
Humping the Hurons
FREE EXERCISE - 1. Black (M)
and Gura (M), tie, 9.1; 3. McCurdy
(M), 9.0.
SIDE HORSE - 1. Gura (M), 9.15;
2. McCurdy (M), 9.1; 3. Marti (M),
8.8.
RINGS - 1. McCurdy (M), 9.1; 2.
Fal (N M),9.05; 3. Marti (M), 9.0.
LONG HORSE - 1. Pierce (M),
2. Gura (M), 9.2; 3. McCurdy
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Plotkin
(M), 9.1; 2. Mills (E), 8.9; 3. Mc-
Curdy (M) 8.8.
HIGH BAR - 1. Howard (M), 9.4;
2. Martin (M), 9.2; 3. Scully (M),
9.0.
ALL-AROUND - 1. McCurdy (M),
53.90; 2. Gura (M), 52.75; 3. Marti
TEAM POINTS - Michigan 163.7,
Eastern Michigan 150.4.

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MINNEAPOLIS () - Luke'
Witte tipped in a basket with five
seconds to play yesterday to bring
the Ohio Buckeyes a 68-66 Big,
Ten basketball victory after they
had trailed by as much as 14,
points.
Minnesota held a 56-42 lead
with nine minutes to play and
went into a slow-down game that
Ohio State quickly shattered be-
hind the ball handling of Jim
Cleomans, who scored 14 points
on 7 of 8 field goal attempts.
And it was Cleamons who swiped
the ball and sank the layup that
gave the Buckeyes a 62-62 tie with
3:18 left to play.
The regionally televised game
was tied twice more before Witte
who scored 22 points, won it.
The Buckeyes ran their Big Ten
record to 3-0 and season mark to
9-4 while the Gophers sank to 0-4
and 6-8.
D uquesne
rips IBonnies
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - Jarrett Dur-
ham led a second-half Duquesne
assault on 10th-ranked St. Bon-
aventure with 16 points as the
Dukes ripped the Bonnies 89-68
yesterday.
For the unranked Dukes, it was
their second victory over one of
the top 10 teams in the country'
within a week.
They defeated Notre Dame in
overtime last Monday.
Durham scored 25 points forthe
Dukes, but 10 of them came dur-
ing a 16-point spurt midway in
the second half.
T h e Dukes, paced by Mickey
Davis' 13 points, led 39-30 at half-
time.
Panthers prowl
PITTSBURGH - Pitt's t o p
scorer Kent Scott tossed in 30
points to help pull the Panthers
past the North Carolina Wolfpack
89-75 in a college basketball game
yesterday.
The 6-foot-3 guard, who holds
the Pitt record for the best shoot-
ing percentage in a season, shot
13 for 19 from the field.
The Panthers jumped off to a
48-40 halftime lead, shooting 62
per cent from the field. Then the
Wolfpack pulled even early in the
second period, 55-55, and briefly
went ahead 66-61.
However, Scott came to the res-
cue, hitting on two baskets with
5:02 remaining to put the Pan-
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By JOHN PAPANEK
The Baby Blue lost a hard
fought battle with Michigan State
yesterday in overtime, 90-89.
Michigan, which led throughout
most of the first half and much
of the second, was repeatedly pelt-
ed by the hot shooting of MSU's
super frosh, Mike Robinson and
Tyrone Lewis, who poured in 37
and 28 points respectively.
Robinson threw in the winning
two points with 15 seconds left in
the game.
Jake Whitten was the big man
for Michigan, scoring 24 points
and grabbing 21 rebounds. Terry
Tyler hit for 23 and John Bridges
racked up 20.
Michigan pulled into the 1 e ad
for what looked like the final time
with 12:30 remaining in regula-
tion time, on an 18-foot baseline
jumper by Tyler. The Baby Blue
went on the build up a six-point
lead, their biggest of the game,
when Bridges dropped in an 18-
footer with 7:50 left.
A steal and full court drive by
Robinson, followed by a driving
dayup by Lewis, closed the gap to
71-69 and the heat was on for
the Wolverines.
A display of breakneck speed
and hot shooting by Bridges and
Robinson increased the score to
77-74 in just 30 seconds. A lay-
up by Jim Miltenberger brought
State to within one. A steal of the
inbounds pass and a layup by
Robinson put the Spartans ahead'
78-77. A free throw by Whitten
tied it at 78.
After a timeout, Michigan came
out in a slow-down offense, appar-
ently intending to freeze the ball
for the last shot, five minutes lat-
er. State went into an ineffective
3-2 zone defense, but got the ball
after a missed Michigan f r e e
throw.
The Spartan babies also used
the stall, but Robinson b r o k e
free and'took a pass from Lewis,
to score and put MSU up by two
but Whitten sunk a 12-footer to
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tie the game at 80 as time ran
out.
As the overtime began, it ap-
peared as if the Wolverines would
win going away. Tyler hit on two
24-footers and a driving layup. Af-
ter a free throw by Kevin Casey,
Michigan led by five, 87-82 with
1:13 left.
But Robinson found cause to go
wild. He took a pass from Terry
Fagan and drove the length of the
court, throwing in a few Henry
Michigan's women's s w i m
team finished third in the Sec-
ond International Swimming
and Diving Championships held
yesterday at the University of
Waterloo, in Ontario. Finish-
ing first was Arizona State, fol-
lowed by Michigan State.
Wilmore-type moves and sunk the
layup to make it 87-84. He then
stole Michigan's inbound pass,
drove to the hoop and dropped in
two more, while getting fouled by
Casey.
Robinson missed his free throw,
but Whitten was charged with
pushing under the board, and Rick
Jenks went to the line. He made
two and put State up 88-87 with
1:01 remaining.
John Lonchar fired in an 18-
footer to put Michigan in the lead
again with 0:27 left, but Robin-
son won it with a 12-foot swish
with 15 seconds left. A last se-
cond shot by Bridges fell short
at the buzzer.
ABA East
drops West
GREENSBORO, N.C. (A') -Rick
Barry, no stranger to all-star
games, flipped in two free throws
and then added a field goal in the
final 49 seconds yesterday giving
the underdog East a stirring
come-from-behind 126-122 vic-
tory over the West in the fourth
annual American Basketball As-
sociation game.
Barry finished with 12 points
while Kentucky's Dan Issel and
Carolina's Joe Caldwell led the
East with 21 points each as the
winners evened the series at 2-2
before a record ABA All-Star
Game crowd of 14,407, a thousand
below capacity in the Greensboro
Coliseum.
Prior to the game, the ABA
announced that Austin Carr of
Notre Dame and John Roche of
South Carolina. two of the na-
tion's top college basketball play-
ers, were chosen on the third
round of their secret draft.
Both players were passed over
on the first two rounds conducted
Friday in an apparent concession
to the National Basketball As-
sociation.
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