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Friday, Februory .1.,1 197 7

THE-MICHIGAN DAILY

"Paget Mine

Friday, February Li, 1977 THE-MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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GOPHERS GRIND BTCKEYES

Wisconsin

upsets Purdue,.

By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin
broke away from a half-time
tie behind James Gregory, then
held on for a 76-74 upset victory
over Purdue that dealt the Boil-
ermakers' Big Ten basketball
title hopes a severe jolt.
Gregory finished with 17 points
for the last-place Badgers 3-9,1
who held Purdue to a 33-33 half-
time tie, then opened up a 10-
point margin midway through
the second period. Time ran out
on a late Purdue rally.
Purdue guard Jerry Sichting
sank two free throws to make
M' na ers

it 74-68 seconds later, then
teammate Walter (Jordan in-
tercepted Wisconsin's inbounds
pass and scored to make it
74-70.
But Jimmy Smith sank two
clutch free throws with 15 sec-
onds left for a 76-70 lead, suffi-
cient to survive late baskets by
Jordan and Parker.
The loss dropped the Boiler-
makers' conference record to
8-3, while first-place Micnigan
is '11-1 and second-place Minne-
sota is 8-2.
20--aame stats

Gophers gallop
COLUMBUS, O h i o - M i k e
Thompson, Kevin McHale and
Ray Williams combined for 68
points to lead eighth-ranked
Minnesota to a 91-65 romp over
Ohio State yesterday.
Thompson scored 24 points,
McHale 23 and Williams 21 be-
fore the reserves took over for
the Gophers, 17-2 overall and 8-2
in the conference.
The victory moved Minnesota
ahead of Purdue in the Big Ten
standings behind leading Michi-
gan.
Ohio State, now 2-8 and 7-12,
suffered its worst defeat of the
season and its fifth successive
loss.
Minnesota, using a trio )f 6-10
giants much of the first half,
blew into a 42-32 halftime lead
and was never headed there-
after.
The Gophers had a hot stretch

when they put in 26 points in a
seven-minute span to Ohio
State's six. That ran the margin
to 89-54 with 3:02 to play.
Ohio State now has lost all
five of its home games in the
Big Ten this season under rookie
coach Eldon Miller.
* * *
Wildcats nipped
EVANSTON, Ill. - Illinois'
Rick Leighty hit a 21-foot jump
shot with two seconds left in the
game to give Illinois a 65-63 vic-
tory over Northwestern in Big
Ten basketball last night.
Illinois jumped out to an
early 12-7 lead but went cold
for almost eight minutes while
Northwestern shot by with 13
straight points. Illinois caught
up at 31-31 on a jump shot by
Audie Matthews with 1:06 to
play in the half, but North-
western hit for four points to

76-74.
lead 35-31 at the intermission.E
The score was tied eight times
during the second half, the last
time at 63-63 on a jump shot by
Northwestern's Billy McKinney
with 39 seconds to go. Leignty's
jump shot averted overtime and
gave Illinois a 5-4 conference
record and 13-10 mark for the
season. Northwestern fell to 3-9
in the conference and 5-16 over-
all.

*Big 10 Standings :
By The Associated Press
WV L Pct.

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Indiana ....6 4
Iowa ............. 4 4
Illinois ............. 5 6

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SKOWHEGAN

SCHOOL OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE
Skowhegan, Maine
June 27 - 1977 - August 26

Green ..........
Hubbard........
Robinson .......
Grote..........
Thompson ......
Baxter.........
Staton..........
Hardy..........
Lillard .....
Berge .........
Lozier.........
Jones ...........
Lelich..........
Team and others
MICHIGAN,....
Opponents ......

FG/FGA Pet. FT/FTA Pct Rbs. Avg. PF-D]
159-326 .488 76-95 .800 52 2 7 433
152-261 .582 76-123 .618 253 12.7 69-2
. 75-148 .507 59-74 .797 106 5.3 45-1
77-176 .438 43-63 .683 65 3.3 60-2
69-125 552 33-45 .733 79 4.0 52-2
66-121 .496 31-45 .689 33 1.7 35-1
50113 .442 15-27 .556 55 2.8 54-2
39-81 481 12-21 .571 54 2.7 24-0
* 8-12 .667 2-2 1.000 11 1.2 2-0
8-22 364 5-10 .500 25 1.6 22-0
2-11 .182 4-5 .800 11 0.9 6-0
0-9 .000 1-4 ' .250 6 0.9 2-0
...0-1 .000 0-0 .. 1 1.0 0-0

Pis.
394
380
209
197
171
151
115
90
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Avg.
20.7
19.0
10.5
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7.9
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FACULTY
Martha Diamond
Cesar Domela
Willard Midgette
Susan Shatter
Richard Stankiewicz
Fresco:
William King
For Advance Students
Full 9 Week Session Only

VISITING ARTISTS
Jennifer Bartlett
Grace Hartigan
Yvonne Jacquette
Lowell Nesbitt
Isamu Noguchi
George Segal
Robert Wilson
Limited Scholarships
Deadline: April 7

AP Photo
MINNESOTA'S MIKE THOMPSON, up for the jump shot,
scores 2 of his 24 points. Thompson was a big factor in
the -91-64 win over Ohio State.

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. 699-1406 .497 357-5
605-1269 .477 265-3

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Walton
PORTLAND - Center BillE
Walton of the Portland Trail
Blazers will not play Sunday in
the National Basketball Associa-
tion All-Star Game in Milwau-
kee because of an inflamed
Achilles tendon. He will, be re-I
placed by guard Don) Buse of
the Indiana Pacers.
WALTON, WHO LEADS the
NBA in rebounding and block-
ed shots, has not played for
two weeks because of the in-
jury.' Hesaid there has been
noticeable improvement in the
injury in the past three days.
Buse, next in line in the fans'
voting for a position on the
Western Conference squad, is
leading the NBA in assists with
an 8.9 average and steals with
3.56 per game.
Blazers' officigls expressed
hope that Walton would be back
in the lineup for a four-game
road trip beginning Feb. 15 in
Cleveland. -AP
* * *
Ucan to pros?
PULLMAN, Wash. - UCLA
Center David Greenwood said
Thursday he would consider
turning pro if he receives an
offer from the National Basket-
ball A&sociation at the end of
the season.
BUT THE 19-YEAR-OLD soph-
omore from Los Angeles said
he had not received an offer
from the NBA.
"We'll have to wait and see,"

misses All-Sta

112 5.6
14 .695 863 43.2 414-13 1755 87.8 104
74 .709 794 38.6 446-31 1475 73.8 99
r game
points.
Placing second in the men's
slalom, the first three finish-
ers for the Blue were recorded
by Chris Demo, John Dehlin and
Max Jacobs. Sandy Bacsahyi,
the women's team leader, was
awarded third place overall for
her slalom and grand slalom-,

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February 15th, Tuesday-Call the Hillel Office, 663-3336,
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said Greenwood, here for a
Thursday night Pacific-8 Con-
ference basketball game with
Washington State.
Greenwood is UCLA's second
ranked scored . this season,
averaging 16.9 points a game.
-AP
* 1* *

Wednesday night at Alpine Val-1
ley agreed with Michigan men's,
and women's ski team as the
Blue racers finished second to
MSU in the fifth and final race
of the Detroit News Cup series.
Heading into the final meet-
ing before the Midwest Region-
al NCAA confrontation, Michi-
oan skiers trail MSU by 13

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performance. -DAILY

Tennis tot
HILTON HEAD ISLAND S.C.
- Tracy Austin, the eighth-
grade tennis sensation from
Rolling Hills, Calif., has agreed
to play in a $110,000 tournament
here March 27-April 3.
The 14-year-old amateur will
be in a field with most of the
world's top -professional play-
ers, including three-time tour-
ney champion Chris Evert.
The 5-foot-1 Miss Austin is
a two-time U.S. girls' champion
in 14-and-under singles compe-
tition and a former 12-and-un-
der titleholder. A year ago she
defeated Bobby Riggs in a Los
Angeles exhibition and gained
national attention. -AP
* * *
Skiers second
The excellent skiing conditions

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President Fleming
SPEAKING ON
MON., FEB. 14-7-9 p.m.
Rackham Aud.
"Role of the University
in the Future"

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New York Rangers 5, Detroit 4
Philadelphia 9, Washington 2
Buffalo 4, Boston 3
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Milwaukee 112, Kansas City 102
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Minnesota 91, Ohio State 65
Illinois 65, Northwestern 63
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