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Page Eight


Sunday, December 10, 1972



upends Buckeyes,


By AP and UPI
COLUMBUS-John Brown poured
in 24 points and unbeaten Missouri
scored 10 straight points in the last
three minutes last night for a 69-62
non-conference basketball victory
over Ohio State.
The Tigers overturned a 62-59
Buckeye lead with 3 minutes to
play, handing Ohio State its second
,loss in four starts this season.
Allan Hornyak flipped in 15 of
his 27 points in the second half to
spark Ohio State, which trailed
33-29 at halftime.
Missouri, beating a Big Ten
team for the second game in a
row, connected on 52 per cent of
its shots.
Al Eberhard contributed 14 points
to the Tiger attack, the only other
double figure scorer for Missouri.

Hoosiers howl
sophomore reserves scored the
crucial baskets in the final minutes
here yesterday as Indiana handed
eighth-ranked Kentucky its second
straight college basketball defeat,
The Hoosiers, unbeaten in three
games, clicked for six straight
points to take a 62-54 lead with
less than a minute and a half to
Clinging to a 56-54 margin with
Kentucky in a man-to-man press-
ing defense, 6-5 sophomore John
Laskowski hit two free throws and
6-1 sophomore John Kamstra hit
a field goal to make it a six-point
Then Laskowski, standing at mid-
court, found Kamstra alone under
the basket to put the game out of

reach. shot which won it after the 3-0 lina, 2-1, relied even more on its
Sophomore forward Steve Green Titans ran the clock down to four pressing defense to widen the
led Indiana with 18 points before seconds from 52. margin.
fouling out with more than eight Chet Wilson backed Marsh with * * *
minutes to go in the game. 18 points while Jeff Dawson paced
* * * Illinois with 21, Nick Weatherspoon isconsin watzes
added 19 and Nick Conner scored MADISON -Sophomore Bruce


1 itans tame
DETROIT - Senior guard Tom
Marsh sank two jump shots with
four seconds to go last night, the
first tying the game 69-69 and
sending it into overtime and the
second winning the game for the
University of Detroit, 79-77, from
the University of Illinois.
The Illini, losing for the first
time in three starts, overcame a
35-28 halftime deficit and took a
69-63 lead with 2:39 to play before
going cold and seeing the six-foot
Marsh tie it with a 20 footer.
Marsh then added six of his
game-high 22 points in the extra
five minutes, including the 25-foot


* * *

Pistons conquer

Purdue pounces'
using aggressive zone and man-to-!
man pressing defenses, pulled away
in the second half to register an
easy 101-70 basketball victory here
yesterday o v e r visiting Texas
The Boilermakers, now 3-1, trail-
ed several times early in the first
half as both teams played sloppily;
but managed to pull into a 41-28
lead at the half.
John Garrett, a 6-11 sophomore
center led Purdue with 21 points
and added 11 rebounds. Frank
Kendrick, a 6-6 junior, was right
behind with 18 points and 12 re-
bounds as Purdue barely won the,
battle of the boards, 66-59.
* * *
Spartans smashed
COLUMBIA-South Carolina used
aggressive rebounding and a fast
break to down Michigan State's
basketball team 83-64 last night.
The Big Ten visitors took an
early seven-point lead but South
Carolina switched from a zone de-
fense to a full-court press, lead-
ing to turnovers that soon evened
the score.
South Carolina forged to a five-
point lead at halftime on Casey
Manning's three consecutive goals,
two on fast breaks.
In the second half, South Caro-

McCauley came off the bench and
fired in 16 points yesterday, lead-
ing the University of Wisconsin to
an 87-63 college basketball victory
over previously unbeaten South
McCauley and five teammates
scored in double figures as Wiscon-
sin turned a 43-30 halftime lead
into a second half runaway. Chuck
Iverson, the Coyotes' 6-9 center,
finished with a game leading 26
points after being checked in the
early stages by Wisconsin's Kim
The victory upped Wisconsin's
record to 2-2. South Dakota is 3-1.
* * *
Northwestern nipped
EVANSTON - Ohio University,
paced by Bill Brown's 24 points,
overcame an early Northwestern
lead yesterday and soared to a
74-69 basketball triumph.
The Bobcats. fell behind by six
points in the early going and then
came on to take a 34-27 halftime
lead which they never yielded after
scoring 14 consecutive points in one
Ohio University boosted its lead
to 16 points at 63-47 in the second
half before Northwestern put on
a last ditch drive which fell short.
' The Wildcats climbed within
four points with a little more than
a minute to play, but Brown con-
nected on a final free throw to
doom Northwestern's hopes.


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By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE-The Detroit Pis-
tons blew an 18 point first half
lead, then stormed back for a 107-
103 National Basketball Association
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However, Detroit recovered and led puck in the unguarded net.
56-50 at halftime as reserve John Just 41 seconds later, Vic Had-
Mengelt tossed in all nine of his field scored his 12th goal on a
points in the second period. s
ponsi *h * * power play during a goalmouth
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victor ovrtn iwau ee nuc ;inicns coast
on Bob Lanier's layup with 27Rod Seiling scored the Rangers
seconds left yesterday. NEW YORK-Bill Bradley and.first goal at 15:43 of the first
Walt Frazier scored 26 points period but the Islanders tied it up
taled 22 points, gave the Pistons apiece last night, leading the New 57 seconds later as Brian Laven-
a 105-103 lead. Then after Stu York Knicks to a 120-109 National der swept a rebound of Craig
a 105-103 lead. Then after Stu Basketball victory over the Phila- Cers sh st R n oal-
Lantz rebounded a missed shot by Cameron's shot past Rangers goal-
Milwaukee's Bob Dandridge, Cur- elphia 76ers. ie Eddie Giacomin.
tis Rowe dropped in two insurance It was the nith straight hom
free throws for the Pistons with court victory for the Knicks and
five seconds left. 27th loss in 30 games this season
Dandridge scored 27 points, 17 for the 76ers. tk]control with a 1
in the third quarter when Milwau- 14-4 spurt in the second period
kee took the lead for the first time after the score was tied at 26-26
at 75-74. after the first quarter. D O' NE f
The Bucks opened a 10-point lead Bradley and Frazier led that v
with less than six minutes left spurt and New York was ahead by
before the Pistons rallied behind 12 at the half, 55-43. By The Associated Press
Lanier and reserve Willie Norwood. John Q Tra and John Block DALLAS - The aroused Dallas
Lanier. andp reserve BWillieECowboys, stunned by the loss of
Milwaukee's Karem Abdul-Jabbar who both had 21 for Philadelphia, y
led all scorers with 31 points. Nor- helped the 76ers chop the lead to there divisional crown to Wash-
wood and Dave Bing scored 19 eight points after three periods, ington, ripped the Redskins 34-24
apiece for the Pistons. but Philadelphia could not threaten yesterday behind the bruising runs
Milwaukee missed 12 of its first in the final period. of Calvin Hill and Walt Garrison
13 shots as the Pistons broke to a * * * to surge into the National Foot-
13 sotsas te Pstos brke o aball League playoffs for a record
10-2 lead, whichthey extended to Rangers romp seventh consecutive year.
~5-he earlyninthe secodrquarte
after a run of,14 consecutive points. UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Bill Fair- The defending Super Bowl
The Bucks came back with 10 bairn scored twice in the second champions earned the National
Theve pontsm incudig for period as the New York Rangers Conference wild card berth with
successive points, including four struck for three goals in less than the victory over the NFC Eastern
each by Dandridge and Lucius four minutes to put down the New champion Redskins, who played
Allen, to cut the gap to two points.York Islanders 4-1 yesterday night without their brilliant running
in National Hockey League play. back, Larry Brown, who is side-
Play ball! The Islanders, playing aggres- lined with a knee injury.
The St. John's University base- sively, held the Rangers to a 1-1 Hill became the first Cowboy-
ball team has a 33-game fall sched- tie untiliabout four minutes re- player to ever rush for more
tile.- mained in the second period, than 1,000 yards in a season. He
- Then Bobby Rousseau fired a scored on a 10-yard run and
shot from the blue line and Walt snared a 26-yard touchdown pass
HO oL I DAY S PEC I AL. ' Tkaczuk deflected it to Fair- from quarterback Craig Morton.
bairn, who swatted it past net- The Cowboys, now 10-3, scored
SpgciAt. minder Billy Smith at 16:19. And four of the first seven times they
PATESlat 17:43 Fairbairn got his 13th gained possession of the ball be-
goal of the year as Ted Irvine fore a national television audience
I drew Smith out of the goal, then and a sell-out of 65,000 in Texas
D EC 2 -30 passed to Fairbairn, who put the Stadium.

in nabs playoff spot;
0ots bounces en gals

AP Photo1
Who wants the ball?
DETROIT PISTON forward Curtis Rowe drives to the basket despite the efforts of Milwaukee Buck
player Curtis Perry in action during the Pistons' 107-103 victory over the Bucks in Milwaukee yester-s
day. The win made it five wins in the last six games for the mighty Motor City cagers.e
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The Cowboys built up a 28-3
halftime lead on Hill's two touch-
downs, a 25-yard touchdown gal-
lop by Walt Garrison and a 12-yard
bootleg run by Morton.'
The Redskins, now 11-2, rallied
in the second half behind quarter-
back Bill Kilmer, who threw three
touchdown passes. Kilmer h i t
Charley Taylor with touchdown
passes of 10 and six yards a n d
nailed Roy Jefferson with a 10-
yard scoring toss.
Dallas had trouble moving the
ball offensively in the second half
and had to settle for field goals
of 36 and 26 yards by Toni
Washington cut the margin tu 31-
24 before cornerbackiCharlie Wat-
ers intercepted a Kilmer pass to
set up Fritch's final field goal.
Hill gained 111 yards on 24 car-
ries for a team record of 1,010
It was the first time for two Cow-
boy runners to gain over 100 yards
in the same game. Garrison rish-
ed for 127 yards in 10 carries.

Cleveland ekes by
CINCINNATI - Veteran D o n
Cockroft booted a 27-yard field goal
with 4:18 to go as the Cleveland
Browns edged error-plagued Cin-
cinnati 27-24 yesterday to boost
their American Football Conference
"wild card" playoff hopes.
Linebacker Billy Andrews pick-
ed off a Virgil Carter pass at the
Cleveland goal line with 40 seconds
remaining as the Browns shut off
a furious Cincinnati rally and eli-
minated the Bengals from a shot
at National Football League's AFC
playoff berth.
Raising their record to 9-4, the
Browns, who got off to a bad
start this season, have to beat
the New York Jets next week to
win the 'wild card" spot - but
only if the Jets defeat Oakland
tomorrow night. The Jets cur-
rently stand 7-5 and a loss by
them to Raiders will send t h e
Browns into the playoffs.
Cockroft, who kicked a game-
wining field goal in Cleveland's 26-
24 victory over the Pittsburgh

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Stee ers earlier mis year, a Is 0
booted a 27-yard field goal in the
third quarter, of the Cincinnati
game to give the Browns a 24-17
The Browns capitalized on Cin-
on the 1 st floor of the Michigan Union cinnati miscues to set up four of
their five scores. Fumbles set
PRESENTSup two of the drives, an inter-
PRESENTS cepted pass by Tom Darden set
up another, and Cleveland took
LORR W EI LICHadvantage of an unsuccessful Cin-
LORRE WEIDLICH cinnati fake punt for still ano-
ther score.
SUNDAY EVENING, DEC. 10-8-10 p.m.
P C1 --Thursday-
December Art Fair
Whei'e? Michigan Union Ballroom
When? Sunday, December 17, 12-6 p.m.
What? Artists displaying and selling their work
Whe? Open to everyone. No admission charge


Set Design
Costume Design
Tech Director
Office Personnel

Stage Manager
Asst. to the Director
Tickets and Ushers
Public .Relations

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