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Sunday, ' February 6, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, February 6, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

GOPHERS DEVOUR WILDCATS, 79-53

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By DON FRISKE cent free-throw shooter miss-
Daily Illini Staff Writer ed the front end of the one
special To The Daily and one opportunity and Mat-
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois guard thews pulled down the re-
Audie Matthews scored on a bound..
last second jump shot from "Let's not make a big issue
twelve feet Saturday to give the of the free throw that was;
Illini a 71-70 upset over the missed," said Purdue coach
Boilermakers of Purdue. Fred Schauss.
With 43 seconds to play, it "Bruce feels badly enough as
looked like the Boilermakers it is. I was glad to see Parkin-
would hold on to win as Walter son in that situation because
Jordan made a couple of free he's always been a clutch play-
throws to give his team a 70- er. It -was unfortunate, but it
67 advantage. can happen to any man."
It then took the Illini 33 'sec- After Purdue batted the ball
onds to score their next basket. out of bounds with four sec-
They had trouble, getting an onds left, Illini guard Steve
,open shot against a Purdue de- Lanter inboubided the ball to
fense that had been tough all Matthews who dribbled then
throutghout the game, but fresh- 'shot over Parkinson to score
man Neil Bresnahan finally the basket that won the game.
scored on a tip-in to make it Every shot was crucial to
70-69 with ten seconds left. both teams in the late stages'
On the Purdue inbounds as Purdue made 13 of its last
play Bruce Parkinson was 16 field goal attempts while
quickly fouled but the 78 per- Illinois hit on 9 of 11.

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The Boilermakers took a 27-16
lead with 8:18 gone in the first
half on a basket by Wayne
Walls from underneath. It was
their biggest margin of the
game, but Illinois fought back,
gaining a 33-33 tie at halftime.-
The Illini took a 43-37 lead
early in the second half and con-
trolled the advantage until Eu-
gene Parker's ten footer gave
Purdue a 52-51 edge with 9:44
left. The Boilermakers then held
the lead until Matthew's last
second shot.
"Matthews played a super
game, and we couldn't of play-
ed them any closer," Schauss
said. "Illinois kept getting the
big baskets down the wire. It
was a tough game to lose."
The Illini were led by Mat-
thew's 20 points, 12 of those
coming in the last ten
minutes of the game. Jordan
paced the Boilermakers with
20, Tom Scheffler added 17.

Purdue,

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yesterday, sending the
ally - ranked Gophers to
53 victory over the Wild
"They're the best team
country," said North"
coach Tex Winter.
"The matchup zone
play is hard for a te
overcome," continued W
"They're great on the 1
and have tremendous
to go wit it."
The 10th ranked Gophe
scored Northwestern 27-3
15-minute span midway 1
the game to move into
advantage.
Northwestern, which
talized on some torrid
shooting and a deliberate
sive style, reeled off
straight points in just ov
minutes to build a 24-2
with 8:30 left in the firs

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DOWN CHICAGO STATE, 75-51
Women cagers prevail

By MIKE HALPIN because we missed so many of
those baby (inside) shots."

doubt as the Michigan women's
basketball team (6-7), over-
powered the Chicago State Cou-
gars 75-71 in yesterday's game
at Crisler Arena
While Michigan was excep-1
tionally cold in the first half,
shooting a mere 26 per cent
from the floor, its total domi-
nation on the boards told the
fans that it was only a matter
of time.
Picking up the pace in the
second half, Michigan hit on 48
percent of its attempts and col-
lared a game total of 75 caroms
to' a meager 45 for CSU,
"OUR REBOUNDING
strength was important today,"
noted Coach Carmel Borders in
her post-game analysis. "In
fact, in the first half we had
more offensive rebounds than
defensive, but that was partly

Borders tried a new starting
lineup for yesterday's contest,
going with 6'1" mid-year addi-
tion Natasha Cender in the piv-
ot. Cender's only previous start
came in the grueling. (3 games
in 2 days) Can-Am Tournament.
The big woman may have ap-
peared a little nervous in her
starting role as she racked up
three fouls in the first five and
a half minutes. In fact, consid-
ering Michigan's first half shoot-
ing, Cender had three fouls be-
fore the team had three bas-
kets.
Kathryn Young replaced Cen-
der and the 6'2" sophomore
came through with one of her
best efforts of the season.
Young finished the game with
14 points, 14 rebounds and three
steals.
"YOUNG DID a fine job to-
day. Fourteen points is about,

reserstally to
dge Gophers, 23-16
By PETER LEININGER
Going into the last match of the night, the Michi-
gan wrestling team, leading 18-16, needed a win or a
tie from heavyweight Mitch Marsicano in order to de-
feat 11th-ranked Minnesota.
Marsicano rose to the occasion with a superior deci-
sion over Jim Becker, 22-5. "It's great to see him come
back after two previous losses by pins," said coach Bill
Johannesen.
Initially Michigan fell behind 7-3, but came back 4
to take four of the next five matches to lead Min- t
nesota 18-11.
Karl Briggs, wrestling at 142, started the string by L
downing Tony Cerce, 10-6 in a hard fought match. "Briggs'
match was one we had to win," said Johannesen. Briggs
needed seven of his ten points in the last period for the
win.
In the next match Mark Churella, at 150 pounds, was
awarded a default when his opponent, Mark Obrycki, was.
unable to continue wrestling. Obrycki injured his shoulder
while being put in a pinning combination, but Churella '
led 10-1 at the time of the incident.,
Michigan's Bill Evashevski, wrestling for Brad
$olman, lost a major decision- 9-0, to a more experi-
enced wrestler in Minnesota's Jim Menne. It was only
the second varsity match for freshman Evashevski.
At 167-pounds, in a match Johannesen felt Michigans
had to -win, Wolverine Ed Neiswender edged out Jim
Ludge 4-3. Neiswender had to come up with an escape 1
in the last thirty-five seconds to gain the victory. ,
This was the second match for Neiswender, after com-
ing off a rib injury. "Ed should be ready for the confer-
ence," commented Johannesen.
Mark Johnson, at 177 pounds, downed the' Gophers'
Tom Press 6-0. "Best I've seen Johnson on top," said Jo-
hannesen.
Minnesota's star 190-pounder Evan Johnson, over-
whelmed Harold King 17-1, and Johannesen was very sur-
prised at Johnson's wide margin of victory.
In other matches, Michigan's Todd Schneider was
defeated 11-0 at 118-pounds, by Mike McArthur, Amos
Goodlow won a 7-3 decision against Gene Shaw, and
Rich Lubell lost 2-0 to Pat Neu, who came in sec-
1 ond last year in the Big Ten. :
j Michigan's Mark Churella and Mark Johnson, and
MVinnesota's Mike McArthur and Evan Johnson will wrestle
in the East-West All-Star meet this Monday.
Meanwhile Michigan prepares this week for an up-
coming home meet against Michigan State.
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what we need from her," said
Borders. "Tash's (Cender's)
fouls could've been a serious
problem but Young came
through for us."
Also coming in for praise
from their mentor was a trio
of guards, starters Lydia Sims
and Melinda Fertig and fresh-
woman Jean Otto.
Sims was reluctant to shoot
early in the first half, passing
off instead. But the playmak-
ing guard came onstrong just
before the half, canning five
baskets in the last five minutes.
She finished with five assists,
six steals, and a game-high 22
points.
Fertig and Otto notched only
four and six points, respective-
ly, but contributed several key
assists. One of the most amaz-
ing was a behind-the-head hook
pass from Fertig to Sims for
an easy two points.
"IN THE FIRST half Otto
was a real sparkplug. We
were stagnant and she came
in and gave us some key
steals, (four) assists, and a lot
of hustle," Borders said.
Noting the team's total as-
sists (18), Assistant Coach Jane
Bennett said, "It's a lot more
than usual. We used to throw a
lot of those away."
There would, of course, have
been many more assists cred-
ited if the team had been mak-
ing its shots in the first half.
Chicago State was not only
overpowered on the boards, it
also shot miserably, making
only 25 percent of its attempts.
Only center Cheryl Turner with
12 was in double figures for the
Cougars whose record drops to
4-4.
FOR MTCHIGAN, not only
Sims and Young hit double dig-
its, but forward Karen Gilhoolv
also edged in with 10. Her fore-
court mate Terry Conlin was
the game's hieb rhounder with
15, while Githooly granbed
eight of her own.
The team tookadvantage of
its rebounding strength to key
several fast breaks, but also
ran its pattern offense well.
"Our offense worked well
against their zone. It worked
like it's supposed to - we
pushed the zone out of shape,"
said Borders.
ALL-CAMPUS
SINGLES
BOWLING
TOURNAMENT

Rich Adams tossed in 16
points for Illinois.
Lou Henson, coach of the
Illini, was pleased that his team
only commited seven turnovers
against a tough Purdue press.
le also pointed out that Illinois
was only outrebounded 31-29,
despite a Boilermaker size ad-
vantage.
Even though Purdue now has
two conference losses as corn-
pared to one for Minnesota and
Michigan, Schauss said there
was still a long way to go andI
that anything can happen in
that period of time.
Gophers glow
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nation- scored in double figures, with
o a 79- Mike Thompson, the Big Ten's
Scats. leading scorer, leading the way
in the with 19 points. Ray Williams
western added 16.
The Gophers, now 7-1 in the
they conference and 16-1 overall,
am to took over sole possession of
Ninter. second place in the Big Ten.
boards Northwestern dropped to 3-8
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