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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 10, 1971

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PHYSICS 400
"ENERGY and MAN"
A student-faculty seminar to survey problems associated with
energy consumption, such as reserves of energy resources,various
means of power production, projecting energy needs, and environ-
mental consequences of energy consumption. Prerequisites: senior
class standing and permission of the. instructor. Course open to
students in social sciences, engineering, and physical sciences.
CLASSES: M-W, 12-1 in Room 413 of the
Physics and Astronomy Bldg.
Instructor: Robert Williams, office 1065 Randall, 764-3426

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Iowa bows to Bucks

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By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, Ill. - Sophomore
George McGinnis poured in 38
points last night to lead Indiana
to a 101-90 Big Ten basketball
victory over Northwestern.
In addition to his 38 points,
the 6-7 McGinnis picked off 23
rebounds in the Hoosiers' impor-
tant opening triumph.
Indiana held a 37-27 lead early
in the first half, but had to settle
for a 53-52 halftime lead.
Northwestern proved tough un-
til McGinnis put Indiana ahead to
stay 69-68 with 13:30 to play.
Jobie Wright finished second to
McGinnis with 18 points, while
Ron Shoger topped Northwestern
with 31 points.
Boilermakers erupt
MINNEAPOLIS - The Purdue
Boilermakers, led by Larry Wea-
therford's 25 points and Dennis
Gamauf's 14 second-half. points,
threw an intricate, foul-drawing
defense at Minnesota and socked
the Gophers 83-76 last night in a
Big Ten basketball opener.
The Boilermakers, down by six
points four times in the first half,
'outscored Minnesota 9-2 during
a 2-minute, 43-second span of the
second half to roar into the lead
for good with 14 minutes to play.
During the span the Boiler-
makers drew three offensive fouls
from the Gophers with a zone and
switching man-to-man defense.
The Gophers, led by Jim Brew-
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er's 30 points, pulled to within two
points, 54-52, with 12:28 to play
before the ^Boilermakers spurted
off again and were not seriously
threatened.
* * *
Buckeyes bounce Hawks
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Iowa suf-
fered its worst fieldhouse defeat
since 1954 here yesterday as the
[Hawkeyes lost.97-76 to hot-shoot-
ing Ohio State in the Big Ten
opener for both squads.
* * *
Spartans sacked
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois used
gang-up shooting tactics yester-
day and smothered Michigan State
89-61 in a Big Ten basketball
opener.
The Illini trailing only once at
2-1 stormed into a 42-24 halftime
lead on the shooting of Rick Ho-
wat and Greg Jackson and were
never seriously threatened.
Any hopes Michigan State
might have had for an upset dis-
appeared when Rudy Benjamin,
the Spartans' leading scorer with
a 25-point-a-game average, fouled
out with 14:22 to play. Benjamin
had 12 points when he left and
the Illini led 53-37.
With 7:55 left in the game,
Coach Harv Schmidt had nothing
but sophomores on the floor after
the Illini had taken a72-46 lead.
Howat led the Illini with 21
points and Jackson finished with
17. Jim DeDecker, 6-11 sophomore
who could press Jackson for the
pivot post, scored 12 points.
Sophomore Brian Breslin led
Michigan State with 14 points.

By The Associated Pres
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Jim
O'Brien sank a short jumper with
two seconds remaining in overtime
last night as Maryland defeated
second-ranked South Carolina 31-
30 in a return Atlantic Coast
Conference game marked by Ter-
rapin stalls for all but about 20
seconds of the first half.
With 16 seconds left in the game
and South Carolina leading 30-25
O'Brien hit on a layup unmolested.
After a Maryland time out, lit-
tle Howard White stole John
Roche's inbound pass and passed
to Dick Stobaugh. who scored to
make the score 30-29 with eight
seconds remaining.
After another time out, Bob
Bodell stole Roche's toss-in pass
and fed O'Brien, who dropped the
winning bucket.
Immediately after the final
basket, most of the 14,312 fans in
Cole Field House swarned out onto
the court and surrounded the
Maryland players as White cut
down the net through which it
had gone.
The game was played under the
threat of possible trouble as a
result of the first meeting be-
tween the two teams last Dec. 16
in Columbia, S.C., which ended
with a 96-70 Gamecocks' victory
but broke into a fight with five
minutes to go.
Despite the possibility of trouble,
there was none.
Maryland stalled for all but
about 20 seconds of the first 20
minutes of the game to take a
4-3 lead into the dressing room at
the midway point.

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Trojans triumph
LOS ANGELES-Southern Cali-
fornia guards Dennis Layton and
Paul Westphal combined for cru-
cial baskets late in the second
half yesterday to turn back de-
termined Washington 79-72 in a
Pacific-8 basketball game.
Layton took command with six
minutes to play after the Huskies{
had battled back from a 44-29
halftime deficit to take a two-
point lead.
* * *
Titans titantic
DETROIT - The University of
Detroit, led by Jim Jackson's 24
points, defeated Loyola of Chicago,)
70-63 in college basketball yes-
terday after reeling off nine
straight points late in the second
half.
Loyola led 32-20 at halftime
and put together 17 consecutive
points at the close of the first
half and the start of the second
half.
* * *
Quakers kill
HANOVER, N.H.-Penn's fifth-

ranked Quakers, led by Dave'
Wohl, Bob Morse and Phil Hank-
inson. streaked to an 11th conse-
cutive victory in whipping Dart-
mouth 92-77 yesterday in an Ivy'
League basketball game.
Unbeaten in 29 regular season
games in the last two years, Penn
pulled away from the pesky In-
dians midway in the first half on

the shooting of Wohl, Morse and tributed 23 in a vain effort. The
Hankinson, who finished with 16| Indians, losers of six straight,
points each. ' have an 0-3 league record in an
Dartmouth took a brief lead. over-all 2-6 mark.
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but Penn went ahead to stay on a
pair of jump shots by Steve Bilsky
and baskets by Morse and Hank-
inson for a 19-12 advantage. The
Quakers built the lead to 48-33 at
halftime and were in front by as
much as 24 points after the inter-
mission.
Dartmouth's Paul Erland scored
29 points and Jim Masker con-

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SCORES

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Ohio U. 100, Bowling Green 79
Iowa State 75, Oklahoma State 63
Illinois 89, Michigan State 61
Southern California 79, Washington 72
Wyoming 91, Arizona 65
Harvard 62, Princeton 60
Wayne State 71, Ferris State 70
Wake Forest 83, N. Carolina St. 76
Detroit 70, Loyola of Chicago 63
Villanova 118, St. Peter's, N.J. 84
Kentucky 101, Florida 75
Jacksonville 124, Miami, Fla. 82
Virginia Tech. 87, G. Washington 66
Miami, Ohio 61, Toledo 51
Army 63, ona 42
St. John's N.Y., 82, Hawaii 76

Fordham 102, Holy Cross 78
Georgetown 95, Boston U. 718
Maryland 31, So. Carolina 30 o.t.
Dayton 111, New Orleans Loyola 94
W. Kentucky 83, F. Kentucky 64
NBA
Philadelphia 123, Phoenix 112
Milwaukee 118, Detroit 100
Cleveland 111, Buffalo 89
Seattle 114, Cincinnati 110
NHL
Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 2
Detroit 3, Buffalo 2
New York 1, Minnesota 0
Chicago 4, Boston 3
Montreal 1, Los Angeles I
Vancouver at St. Louis, inc.

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