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\fednesday, February 24, 197'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page )even

Hoosiers

put

the

hurt

on

Michigan,

88-79

By MORT NOVECK Down 46-39 at the half, Mich-
Special To The Daily igan made a comeback attempt as
BLOOMINGTON - Michigan the second period opened. But they
suffered its first setback of the couldn't get any closer than six.
Big Ten campaign last night, 88- Twice they came close, but each
79, as a fired up Indiana team time the Hoosiers took the mo-
shoved them out from under the mentum back. The second time
basket and blew them off the Indiana ran its lead up to 13 be-
court, avenging an earlier defeat fore Michigan got another point.
in Ann Arbor. And they led the rest of the way'
The loss dropped Michigan into by about ten points.
second place in the conference byeaboteint
with an 8-1 mark. Ohio State is The Wolverines got an unex-
one-half game out in front at 9-1 pected break when George McGin-1
while Indiana sports a 7-2 record. nis picked up his fourth foul with
The Hoosiers won the game un- 17 minutes left. However the lossI
der the boards as they out-re- of the team's leading scorer didn't
bounded Michigan 68-42. Not only faze the Hoosiers as Downing1
did they stop the Wolverines with- picked up the slack.
out a second shot on many occa- Two Michigan players also spentj
sions, they were able to convert time on the bench in foul trouble.
on many of their own missed at- In fact, the game was almost over
tempts, before it really got going as Henry1
Steve Downing did most of the Wilmore and Ken Brady each1
damage as he grabbed off 17 picked up three fouls early in the1
caroms and popped in 28 points contest, and spent part of the first
while playing virtually the entire half on the bench.1
game. His scoring was an unex- The only thing that kept thei
pected obstacle for Michigan as he I game close in the half was thei
averages under nine per game. Wolverines shooting, or rather thei
"They deserved to win," Mich-
igan Coach John Orr commented You can't
after the game. "They were ag-
gressive and determined. They beat gtCIGAN
us on the boards and on the great Wilmore 9-20 8-9 10 26
play of Downing." Ford 9-20 2-5 4 20
Indiana Coach Lou Watson also Brady 3-7 2-4 6 8
felt that the game was won on the a Fife 3-9 0-1 3 6
boards as he commented, "The Hayward 3-8 3-4 2 9
big thing tonight was that we sent Lockard 0-1 1-2 3 1
three guys crashing to the offen- Nicksic 0-0 0-0 0
sive board. We were getting she,. Hart 0-1 0-0 0
sn dnJohnson 0-0 0-0 1 0
second and third shot and theyI TEAM 9

SPORTS
NIGHT EDITOR: AL SHACKELFORD

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the Wolverines went after the man
with the ball, he just passed it off
underneath to McGinnis or Down-
ing who were standing there wait-
ing.
Orr felt that they were violat-
ing the three second rule without
being detected by the officials.
"My biggest complaint," he said,
"was that Downing was in the lane
longer than three seconds at least
a dozen times and they never call-
ed it. But I'd do the same thing if
I had their size."
Though down throughout the
second half, the Wolverines kept
fighting.
"We're still proud of our guys,"
Orr said. "We never gave up. We'll
be back on Saturday."

Hoosiers poor marksmanship. The
Wolverines hit 46 per cent of their
shots while Indiana sank only 36
per cent.
Unfortunately, t h e advantage
didn't hold up as the two teams
finished less than one per cent
apart.
Michigan's scoring was below
par and less balanced than usual.
Lately all five staters have been
hitting in double figures. Last
night, only two, Wilmore and Rod
Ford managed the feat. Wilmore
finished with 26 and Ford wound
up with 20 after being unusually
cold in the opening stages.

The Wolverine guards were ef-
fectively neutralized by the Hoos-
iers' zone defense as Wayne Gra-
biec got only nine points and Dan
Fife six. Grabiec took only seven'
shots as the team had trouble get-
ting him the ball through the
zone.
Orr felt that the poor Michigan
shooting was due to Indian's fine
play. "We didn't shoot well, but
this was due to Indiana's aggres-
siveness," he commented.
The Hoosiers forced the Wol-
verines to take poor shots on many
occasions and forced them into
turnovers on others.
Indiana, on the other hand,
could push close tothe basket be-
fore letting the ball fly. Michigan
seemed unable to halt their attack.
They started off in a man to man
defense but were forced into a
zone because of fouls.
If Brady tried to shove back
under the boards, he was called
for a violation, so the Hoosiers
were free to drive their way in for
easy shots.
The zone didn't seem to help. If

Big Ten
Standings

W L
9 1

vin 'em all!

IN
McGinnis
Wright
Downing
Ritter
Harris
Wilson
Daniels
Memering
TOTALS
SCORING:
MICHIGAN
Indiana

NDIANA
13-29
4-17
14-19
2-7
4-13
1-2
0-1
0-3
TEAM
38-91

Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Indiana
Purdue
Illinois
Iowa
Michigan State
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Northwestern

7-8 15
1-1 13
0-4 17
0-0 4
1-2 7
0-0 2
2-3 0
1-1 4
6
12-19 68

33
9
28
4
0
2
2
1
88

8
7
6
4
3
3
2
3

1
2
3
5
6
6
7
7
8

Pet.
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.444
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.222
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-Associated Press
INDIANA'S STAR forward George McGinnis eyes the hoop, oblivious to Dan Fife's defensive efforts,
and prepares to ram home another two points. McGinnis was the main factor in Indiana's 88-79 up-
set of Michigan last night, scoring 33 points and hauling down 15 rebounds. Guard Jim "Bubbles"
Harris (30) added nine points to the Hoosier cause.
TAKES BIG TEN LEAD:

Yesterday's Results
Indiana 88, MICHIGAN 79
Ohio State 80, Iowa 71
Wisconsin 88, Illinois 84
Minnesota 81, Northwestern 79

I didn't get any fast breaks."

39 40 -- 79
46 42 - 88

TOTALS 31-63

17-26 43 79

Ohio State drops Iowa

Rockets roll over Knicks;
Lakers keelhaul Bullets

By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State,
playing w'i t h o u t injured Jim
Cleamons, took over the Big Ten
Conference basketball lead last
night with an 80-71 triumph over
Iowa.
The victory, the Buckeyes' ninth
in 10 league games, shot them
one-half game ahead of Michigan,
an 88-70 loser at Indiana. Mich-
igan, 8-1, entertains Ohio State
Saturday.
Cleamons, who has been averag-
$g 18 points, was ruled out for
he season yesterday with a hair-
line wrist fracture. He suffered it
against Northwestern Saturday
night.
The Buckeyes, beating Iowa for
the second time this season, won
the game at the free throw line,
gpey hit 20-24 foul shots while
Me Hawkeyes made 11-15. Both
sides had 30 goals.
Kevin Kunnert, a 6-foot-11
sophomore reserve, scored a game-
high 28 points for Iowa. Fred
Brown added 24 for the Hawkeyes.
Al Homyak had 23 and Luke
Witte 22 for Ohio State.
Badgers wallop
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin
center Glen Richgels, a doubtful
starter because of flu, scored a
career high of 23 points last night,
pacing the Badgers to an 88-84
ig Ten basketball victory over
Illinois.
It snapped Wisconsin's six-game
losing streak. Illinois has lost four
in a row.
Richgels scored 13 points in the
first half, and left the game or
ouls late in the game. Wisconsin
Ted 45-39 at intermission.
Wisconsin's Clarence Sh'rrod
was benched briefly with a ,prain-
ed wrist, but had scoring 'onors
with 29 points. High for Illinois
were Rick Howat and Nick Wea-
terspoon with 19 each.
Wolverrnles
creep up
in AP poll
By The Associated Press
Michigan climbed to 12th place
in this week's Associated Press pol
as UCLA maintained its dominance
over the rest of college basketball.
The mighty Bruins hold a sligh
4-point advantage over second
place Marquette and lead the War
riors 24 to 13 in first-place votes.
Marquette will put its 33-game
winning streak on the line tumor
row night when it faces tough Ford
ham in New York.
* S o u t h e r n California whic]
matches UCLA's 20-1 mark an
will meet the Bruins in a climatic
March 13 showdown, was agair
number three in the voting.
1. UCLA 24 20-1 712
2. Marquette 13 21-0 688
So. California 20-1 594
j 4. Pennsylvania 22-0 507
5. Kansas 1 20-i 489
6. Jacksonville 20-2 376
7. South Carolina 16-4 282
8. Duquesne 19-2 250
9. Western Kentucky 18-A 242

The Badgers and Richgels out-'
reboundedhtaller Illinoisr25-32 in
the first half, and improved the
board advantage in the second
half.
Gophers burrow
EVANSTON, Ill.-Eric Hill and,
Ollie Shannon scored 23 points but
the Minnesota Gophers needed a
flurry of free throws in the final
minute to defeat Northwestern
81-79 last night in a Big Ten bas-
ketball game.
Northwestern blew a five-point
lead in the first half but hald a
34-33 halftime advantage. The
Wildcats didn't trail in the second
half until Hill put the Gophers
ahead 74-73 with less than two
I minutes left after Shannon, Tom l

Masterson and Jim Brewer all had
fouled out.I
The game then see-sawed , ith
Minnesota finally taking the lead
for good on a pair of free ,hrows
by Bob Murphy. A pair of free
throws by Gerry Pyle and two
more by Corky Taylor with 10
seconds left clinched the outcome.
Mark Sibley led Northwestern
with 19 points. The loss dumped
Northwestern into the Big Ten
basement with a 1-8 record. Min-
nesota is now 3-7 in conference
play.
Northwestern did a great de-
fensive job on big Gopher forward
Jim Brewer in limiting him to 13
points. Brewer damaged Michigan
last Saturday at Ann Arbor with
28 points.

-Associated Press

Look skipper, no hair

Philadelphia Phillies' manager Frank Lucchesi checks the bald
head of rookie pitcher Luis Peraza yesterday before a clubhouse
meeting preceeding yesterday's first day of practice. The Phillies,
in the past, have clamped down on their players' long hair. Spring
training this week "swings into high gear," as the wags say.
Oakland star bopped again;
NCAA maple sites named
By The Associated Press
* SAN FRANCISCO - Warren Wells, star receiver for the Oakland
Raiders, was fined $360 yesterday, given a 30-day suspended jail sen-
tence and placed on probation for one year for drunken driving.
Municipal Court Judge Albert Wollenberg Jr. imposed sentence
after Wells' attorney, Stanley Golde, pleaded no contest to the charge.
The football star's probation in a 1969 attempted rape case was re-.
voked last Wednesday and he was ordered to an Alameda County re-
habilitation center for 60 days for diagnostic tests.
*KANSAS CITY - The National Collegiate Athletic Association
announced Tuesday that West Virginia University, St. John's University,
University of Pennsylvania, University of Houston and Utah State Uni-
versity have been selected as locations for first round competition in
the 1971 NCAA basketball championship.
0 ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota North Stars dealt
center Tommy Williams to the California Golden Seals yesterday for
center Ted Hampson just a few hours after announcing a three-player
National Hockey League trade with the Chicago Black Hawks.
Chicago sent left wing Doug Mohns and farmhand center Terry
Caffrey to the North Stars for center Danny O'Shea.
Williams, 30, had been dropped from the North Stars Feb. 4 for
what was termed insubordination to Coach Jack Gordon. The North
Stars also will send a player to be named at the end of the season for
the 34-year-old Hampson, who has 10 goals and 20 assists this season.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Calvin Murphy
and Elvin Hayes shot the San
Diego Rockets from 15 points down
to a 126-109 victory over the New
York Knicks in National Basketball
Association game last night.
The Rockets, winning for the
seventh time in eight games and
beating the Knicks for the first
time in two years, dug themselves
a hole when New York scored the
last 12 points of the first quarter
for a 25-13 lead.
That deficit stretched to 51-36
before Murphy and Hayes took
over. With Murphy scoring 14
points in the second quarter and
Hayes nine, the Rockets closed the
gap to 67-63 at the half, caught up
at 73-73 and went ahead 91-86 after
three periods.
Then, when New York pulled
within 103-102, San Diego rattled
off eight points in a row, four by
Murphy, then another string of 14,
five by Murphy and four by Hayes.
Murphy and Hayes finished with
29 points each and Hayes also held
Knicks' center Willis Reed to a
meager nine points, none in the
second half. Dave Debusschere and
Dick Barnett had 24 points apiece
for the Knicks.
* * *
Baltimore bumped
BALTIMORE - The Los Angeles
Lakers, down by as many as nine
points in the second quarter,
caught Baltimore early in the third
period and went on for a 114-107
National Basketball Association
victory last night.
The Bullets lost Eddie Miles, a
6-5 swingman with a torn achilles
tendon in his right leg. He will be
lost for the season.
Gail Goodrich led scoring with
29 points, and Jerry West had 26
for the Lakers. Wes Unseld scored
28 points and had 23 rebounds to
lead the Bullets, who led 61-54 at
halftime.
* * E
76ers succeed
PHILADELPHIA - Billy Cun-
ningham's 35 points helped the
Philadelphia 76ers come from be-
hind in the final period last night to
defeat the Portland TrailBlazes
119-113 in a National Basketball
Association game.
Cunningham's twisting lay-up
with 6:07 remaining in the game
gave the 76ers a 105-104 lead. Phil-
adelphia never trailed after that

and boosted their margin in the
Atlantic Division to 'our games
over Boston in the scrap for the
division's second playoff spot.
Cunningham collected 13 field
goals and nine free throws for his
35, but was outscored by the Trail
Blazers' Geoff Petrie, who tallied
43. It equalled his career high.
The 76ers led by as much as 15
points twice in the second period,
but Portland, with Petrie scoring
14 of his points, rallied to lead at
halftime 57-56.
* * *
Bruins bomb
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Veteran
Johnny Bucyk rifled his 350th ca-
reer National Hockey League goal
last night, keying a four-goal sec-
ond period that carried the Boston
Bruins to a 6-3 victory over the
Buffalo Sabres. '
Bucyk's 38th of the season
touched off a flurry of scores by
the Bruins that broke open a tight
game. After Bucyk connected, Phil
Esposito scored his 51st of the sea-
son and Ken Hodge added his 37th
for the Bruins.

Colonels chicken in
PITTSBURGH - Darel Carrier
of the Kentucky Colonets hit 3
three-point goals within a minute to
tie Pittsburgh in the closing sec-
onds, but a jumpshot by the Con-
dors' John Brisker won the game
133-130.
Carrier's flurry came when the
Colonels were down 128-124. With
the game then tied 130-130 with
nine seconds remaining, Brisker
hit from the outside and temmate
Skeeter Swift iced the game hitting
one of three from the foul line.
Squires squelch Pros
MEMPHIS - Rookie Charlie
Scott gunned in 33 points as the
Virginia Squires raced to a 106-97
American Basketball Association
victory over the Memphis Pros last
night.
Scott flipped in 17 points in the
first half as the Squires jumped
ahead by as much as 11 at one
time. They led Memphis 55-45 at
the halfway mark.

Professional League Standings

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct. GB
New York 43 26 .624 -
Philadelphia 40 29 .581 3
Boston 36 33 .322 7
Buffalo 19 51 .271 24!j
Central Division
Baltimore 37 30 .554 -
Cincinnati 26 41 .388'11
Atlanta 25 42 .373 12
Cleveland 12 58 .171 264
Western Conference
Midwest Division

Pittsburgh 28 39 .416 17%
West Division
Utah 44 20 .688 -
Indiana 42 21 .667 1',,
Memphis 36 31 .537 9
Denver 23 40 .365 201
Texas 20 44 .313 24
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 133, Kentucky 130
Virrginia 106, Memphis 97
Denver at Utah, Inc.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at New York
Virginia at Carolina
Memphis at Kentucky
Denver at Floridians
Indiana at Texas
* ***
NHL
East Division
W L T Pts. GF GA

Milwaukee
Chicago
Phoenix
Detroit
Pacific
Los Angeles
San Francisco
San Diego
Seattle
Portland

57 11 .842
42 25 .627
41 27 .603
39 26 .600
Division
41 25 .622
35 35 .500
32 38 .457
30 37 .448
23 44 .340

14Y2
16
16%
8
11
11%
18Y2

-Associated Press
IOWA SOPHOMORE SAM WILLIAMS rips off a rebound as Ohio
State center Luke Witte (32) rears away. Witte played an
outstanding board game and scored 22 points last night as
Ohio State conquered Iowa 80-71 to vault into the Big Ten lead.
CLEAMONS OUT:
tBuck snaps wsC ris t
Ohio State's Big Ten champion- i veteran on the young Ohio State
ship hopes suffered a crucial blow squad and his leadership held the
yesterday when X-rays confirmed team together.
a hairline fracture in the wrist of The Buckeye captain was ranked,
Buckeye captain Jim Cleamons. as the Big Ten's outstanding play-
The startling news comes only er by nine of the conference's ten
four days prior to the impending coaches in a pre-season poll.
showdown at Ann Arbor between
Ohio State and Michigan.
Cleamons injured his wrist in E
fall during the first half of Satur-
day's game with Northwestern,
which the Buckeyes won 84-72.
"We might be able to fix his
wrist so he could play," com-
mented Ohio State coach Fred Tay-
lor, "but that's not right. I'm more
interested in Jim's future."

Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 114, Baltimore 107
Milwaukee 118, San Francisco 107
San Diego 126, New York 109
Philadelphia 119, Portland 113
Today's Games
Los Angeles at Boston
New York at Cincinnati
San Francisco at Detroit
San Diego at Milwaukee
Cleveland at Seattle
Portland at Atlanta
ABA
East Division
W L Pct. G
Virginla 45 21 .683 -
Kentucky 35 32 .522 V
New York , 31 35 .470 1
Carolina 28 37 .431 1
Floridians 28 40 .412 1

oston~ok
New York
Montreal
Toronto
Detroit
Buffalo
Vancouver
Chicago
St. Louis
Philadelphi
Minnesota
Pittsburgh
Los Angele
California

42 107
36 14 10
29 17 12
31 25 4
18 32 8
16 34 11
18 36 6
West Division
39 15 6
25 18 15
Ia 22 27 10
20 27 13
19°27 14
es 17 29 11
17 40 3

82 190 138
70 211 160
66 209 170
44 163 219
43 159 234
42 160 213
84 221 147
65 159 149
54 158 174
53 145 180
52 171 173
45 169 220
37 147 218

GB
!0Y
14
161
18

Yesterday's Results
Boston 6, Buffalo 3
Today's Games
Montreal at California
Philadelphia at New York
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Minnesota
Only games scheduled.

SURVIVAL OF FITTEST
Kansas, Irish truck to wins

s.......s a..u ....... .... ....... s... i .. ..

From Wire Service Reports ference tilt last night, Drake wal-
Kansas, leading the Big Eight loped Wichita State 83-76. The
conference by a comfortable mar- Bulldogs ran their MVC mark tol
gin, waltzed to a 61-48 slowdown 7-5 With the win.
win over arch-rival Kansas State Star forward Jeff Halliburton
last night at Manhattan. led Drake with 21 points. T h e
eThe Jayhawks overcame the loss rest of the balanced attack was:
of star Dave Robisch to fouls and Leon Huff with 14, Tom Bush and
began pulling away early in the Bobby Jones, 13 each.
second half. Kansas forward Bud Terry Benton had 23 points and

96-89. Eastern is priming for ano-
ther appearance in the small col-
lege division of the NCAA tour-
nament come March.
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
East. Mich. 96, No. Michigan 89
Kans EU Kansas state 48

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