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Friday, January 14, 1977

THE MICHIGW DAILY

)ge Nine'

PURDUE WINS THIRD STRAIGHT:

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nbeatenC
CHAMPAIGN - Mike Thomp- which ended with the Gophers
son scored 25 points and Os-; on top 43-36.j
borne Lockhart added 19 last Minnesota pulled away mid-i
night to lift undefea ed Minne- way through the second halfi
sota to an 83-69 basketball vic- and led by 20 points late inj
tory over Illinois. the game.
Thompson connected on 10 of The Gophers, who improved1
12 field goal attempts and their record to 11-0 Over-all and,
scored 19 points in the first half, 2-0 in the Big Ten, also got 141
points from freshman KevinI
McHale.
Illinois, 9-6, over-all and 1-2 in
the conference, was led by
Audie Matthews with 17 and
Levi Cobb, Rich Adams and
Neil Bresnahan with 14 each.
I ~ * * *
Purdue prevails
WEST LAFAYETTE -,Junior
forward Walter Jordan scored a'
game-high 24 points last night
as the surging Boilermakers ofi
Purdue defeated Iowa 87-76.
It was Purdue's ninth vic-
tory 'in 10 starts after two
rsstraight losses at the start of
the season and pushed the
Boilermakers' overall recordi
to 9-3. They are 3-0 in league
play.
Michdel Thompson Iowa, which won its first seven
pgames, fell to 8-3 overall and
0-2 in the conference.
Purdue, shooting and rebound-
ing well, surged to a 40-26 half-
S S time advantage.
.1 _But the Hawkeyes closed to
Cawithin one point in the second
College Basketball hfb r d erue-
Purdue 87, Iowa 76 half before Purdue regrouped.
Ohio State 60, Wisconsin5 8 The Boilermakers dominated
Minnesota 83, Illinois 69 lae in the game.
Indiana 78, Northwestern 53 Brice King led Iowa with 21
Arizona 89, N. Mexico 87 nitwiefeha ur
N. Carolina 77, Wake Forest 75, oints, while freshman guard
U I EP 69, Arizona St. 60 Ronnie Lester added 20, includ-
Fairield 85, Hawaii 79 ing 16 in the second half. s
W. Texas St. 68, Okla. City 65 Freshman center Joe Barry
Delaware 73, Maine 67 Carroll had 13 points for Purdue.,
Tulsa 74, Drake 70 * * *
S. Illinois60, Wichita St. 59
NBA Brdgers bounced
Kansas City 116, Golden St. 114 MADISON - Ohio State, 10
Phoenix 131, Detroit 101 points down early in the game,

ophers
rallied behind; Kelvin Ransey's Two1
18 points and nipped Wisconsin Bolden1
60-58 on freshman Tony Hall's 58-54 le
tip-in with two seconds left last Howv
night. withal
Hall tipped in a missed shot whth.go
by Ransey after Ohio State, 6-6 who got
overall -and 1-2 in the Big Ten, was foul
had held the ball for most of
the last 53 seconds. Smith
Wisconsin freshman James but Grej
"Stretch" Gregory, whose two fouled,s
free throws had tied the score throws.
at 58-58 with 32 seconds left,
missed a 20-foot jump shot at Wiscor
the buzzer. in the E
B"

trip Iow
free throws by Larry ( points by Gregory, 11
had given Ohio 'State a' second half.
ad with 1:19 left.
ver, Bob Falk countered
basket for the Badgers, 'Cats crushed
tthe ball back with 56
left when Billy Smith EVANSTON - Kent
Led on a steal. poured in 32 points, incl
missed the free throw, in the second half when
gory rebounded and was stretched a two-point
gory Iedge into a 78-53 victo
setting up the tying free Northwestern last night.
Indiana led at inters
nsin, 4-7 overall and 0--3 32-30 and gradually
Big Ten, was led by 17 away early in the secor
Billy McKinney was hi
for the Wildcats with 1E
eC Mike Woodson scored

a
in the

Benson
iding 19
Indiana
halftime
ry over
mission
pulled
nd half.
igh man
points.
16 for

(Not including last night's results)
INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS

(Conference

1. waiter Jordon,. Pur.... .
2. Audie Matthews: 111......
3. Rickey Green, Mich...........
Bob Chapman, MSU
Osborne Lockhart, Minn.....
6. Ray Williams, Minn. ...........
Mike Thompson, Iowa.........
8. Greg Kelser, MSU
9. Mike Woodson, Ind............ .
10. Kent Benson, Ind.......
11. Billy McKinney, NU .. ......
James ,Gregory; Wis...........
13. Phil Hubbard, Mich...........
14. Kelvin Ransey,! OSU ..........
John Robinson, Mich.. ...... .
16. Bruce King, Iowa..
Wayne Walls, Pur. ......
18. Ronnie Lester, Minn. .........
Levi Cobb, Ill. ..
20. Ken Ferdinand. Ill..........
21. Jim Ellinghausen, OSU........
Tony Allen, NU
23. Edgar Wilson, MSU .... ..
Eugene Parker, Pur............
Rich Valavicius, Ind. ..y ....... .
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
(5/game)
FG FGA'Pct.

Games Only)
FG FT Reb.
pet. Pet. Ave.
.556 .692 7.5
.571 .933 4.5
.545 .667 ' 3.0
,31 .889 ' 5.0
.500 1.000 7.0
.500 .400 8.0
.533 .800 7.0
.485 .583 9.5
.630 .800 9.5
.400 .727 12.0
.480 .833 2.0
.542 .727 11.0
.522 .500 13.5
.452 .500 4.0
.571 .833 3.0
.438 .000 9.0
.667 .571 6.0
.625 1.000 1.0
.5?4 .500 5.0
.522 .500 3.5
.600 1.000 4.0
.500 1.000 4.5
.533 1.000 5.0
.428 .833 3.0
.473 .714 5.0

PF Asst. Pts.
Ave. Ave. Ave.
1,0 2.0 24.5
1.0 3.0 23.0
2.0 4.5 21.0
3.5 1.5 21.0
0.0 3.0 21.0
5.0 6.0 20.0
4.0 1.0 20.0
3.5 3.0 19.5
3.0 0.5 19.0
3.0 0.5 18.0
2.5 3.0 17.0
2.0 1.0 17.0
3.0 3.0 15.5
2.0 3.0 14.5
1.5 0.5 14.5
4.0 0.0 14.0
2.5 0.0 14.0
2.0 3.0 13.0
3.0 0.5 13.0
3.0 1.0 12.5
3.0 0.0 12.0
3.0 3.0 12.0
3.5 3.5 11.5
1.5 2.5 11.5
2.0 0.5 11.5

Indiana.
The victory raised Indiana's
record to 7-5 overall and 2-1 in
the Big Ten. Northwestern is
3-9 overall and 1-2 in the con-
fe ence.
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Women tankHers
host Purdue,Illini
By BRIAN MILLER
MICHIGAN'S women's swim team ends its month long
layoff by competing against Purdue and Illinois at
Matt Mann Pool this weekend.
Coach Stu Isaac isn't too concerned with his team's
recent inactivity.
"The team returned (to Ann Arbor) December'
27th," he said. "They've been training really hard
through January, and can't wait for a meet to break
up the monotony."
The tankers easily defeated Oakland 88-23 in their last
meet and Isaac predicts another victory today against
Purdue.
"They (Purdue) have a little more depth than Oak-
land. I don't know about their freshmen, but their best
swimmers aren't as good as our best," Isaac said.
Today's competition against Purdue is the women's
first of six straight meets against Big Ten foes. After the
weekend, the women, who won last year's Big Ten cham-
pionship, will have a good idea of what they'll have to do
to repeat as champs.
But Isaac preferred to talk about the Purdue meet.
"We'll win unless we make mistakes. And after
all of our practicing, just about everyone should be
sharp. We'll do well."
Women divers Chris Selfert, Lori Wettlaufer and Julie
Jeffrey performed well against Oakland and the coaches
hope they can keep up the good work this weekend..
The Purdue meet is tonight at 7:30 p.m. Saturday's
competition against the Fighting Illini takes place at 4:00
p.m., instead of the usual 7:30 p.m. starting time. Both
meets will be held at the Matt Mann Pool located on the
corner of State and Hoover.

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1. Wayne Walls, Pur. 12
2. Mike Woodson, Ind. 17
3. Ron Lester, Iowa 5
4. Audie Matthews, Ill. 16
John Robinson, Mich. 12
6. Walter Jordon, Pur. 20
7. Rickey Green,;Mich. 18
8. James Gregory, Wis. 13
9. Mike Thompson, Minn. 8
10. Bob Chapman, MSU 17
11. Levi Cobb, Ill. 11
12. Phil Hubbard, Mich. 12
Ken Ferdinand, 111. 12

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2. Ben
3. Greg
4. Woo
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6. Kin
7. Carr
S. Will
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11. Jord
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REBOUND AVERAGE
G No.,Ave.
bard, Mich. 2 27 13.5
son, Ind. 2 24 12.0
:gory, Wis. 2 22 11.0
,dson. Ind. 2 19 9.5
er, MSU 2 19 9.5
g, Iowa 1 9 9.0
oll, PU 2 17 8.5
iams, Minn. 1 8 8.0
grave, Iowa 1 8 8.0"
Bey, Minn. 1 8 8.0
don, Pur. 2 15 7.5
melich, Wis. 2 15 7.5

.667
.630
.625
.571
.571
.556
.545
.542
.533
.531
.524
.522
.522
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15
13
15
14
11
9
12
8
8
8
9
10

FREE THROW PERCENTAGEW t
(2.5/game) ater Jordan
FT FTA Pct.
1. Edgar Wilson, MSU 9 9 1.0001
Bruce Parkinson, Pur. 6 6 1.000
Jim Ellinghausen, OSU 6 6 1.000
Oshorne Lockhart, Minn. 5 5 1.000
William Mayfield, Iowa 4 4 1.000
6. Audie Matthews, ,I11.w14 15 1.933
7. Terry Donnelly, MSU 8 9 .889
Bob Chapman, MSU 8 9 .889
9. Gerald Thomas. Pur. 6 7 .8571 E
10. Billy McKinney, NU 10 12 .83 3
Eugene Parker, Pur. 5 6 .833 wH O E
John Robinson, Mich. 5 6 .833
ASSIST AVERAGE AND
G No. Ave. Hi
1. Williams, Minn. 1 6 6.0 6
2. Cunningham, Ind. 2 11 5.5 6
Parkinson, Pur. 2 /11 5.5 9
5. Saunders, Minn. 1 5 5.0 5
6. Green, Mich. 2 9 4.5 6
7. Staton, Mich. 2 8 4.0 6
Lanter, 111. 2 8 4.0 5
9. Wilson, MSU '7 3.5 5'
Donnelly, MSU 2 7 3.5 4
_ NOW IN
F! I'P.ROGRESS

AP Photo
MINNESOTA'S MICHAEL THOMPSON finds double trouble as he makes his move to the
basket against Illinois' Tom Gerhardt (24) and Rich Adams (40). Thompson tallied 25
points on the night as his Gophers took care of the Illini, 83-69.
The Phi Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau, one of Michigan's all time
largest and most successful fraternities, is finally making it's return to
the Ann Arbor campus!
The National Headquarters, on behalf of the UM Alumni of ZBt,
are seeking young men to form the nucleus of a new ZBT chapter on
campus. We are looking for men who wish to start THEIR own fraternity
-based on their own ideas. Located in a new house, these men can
'carry on the rich traditions of ZBT which for nearly 70 years was a vital
part of the UM community, and which produced scores of outstanding
alumni.... Andrew Goodman (Bergdorf-Goodman) and Mike Wallace
(C.B.S.) to name a few.
If you are interested and would like to" know more please call
663-4554, or send a card (or drop by) to ZBT, c/o Fraternity Coordi-
nating Council, -4010 Michigan Union, with your name and phone
number and we will be in touch with you.
ZBT... Why just join a fraternity when you can build your own.

ATTENTION!
WORLD
PRIEMERE
PRODUCT

IONS

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(The only Theatre group that does original script)
NEEDS:
WRITERS: to submit scripts for production
in April
PRODUCER
TECH. DIRECTOR
LIGHTING DESIGNER CHOREOGRAPHER
PUBLICITY DIRECTOR
DIRECTOR
MASS MEETING-Jan. 17 at 7:30 in the Pendleton Room
on the 2nd floor of the Union. For info call 763-1107.

DRASTIC
REDUCTIONS
Mast Shoes
217 S. MAIN
662-6326
619 E. LIBERTY
662-0266

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Health and Healing Energy
Friday evenings at Canterbury
A WORKSHOP ON
"HERBS AND OTHER REMEDIES
IN NATURAL HEALING"
by BOB JACOBS
Friday, January 14th
8 p.m. herb tea, 8:30 workshop begins

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CANTERBURY HOUSE
218 N. Division Street
corner' of Catherine and Division

a-
TONY RICHAADSON'S 1963
TOM JONES
A colorful, hilarious and sometimes bawdy romp through 18th Century
England starring Albert Finney (in the title role), Susannah York,
Hugh Griffith, Edith Evans and David Warner. Based on Fielding's
novel, a young man goes forth to seek his fortune with the most honor-
able of intentions, but finds life's path a bit more serpentine than
straight and narrow.
SATURDAY: COOLEY HIGH
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:00 & 9:15 Admission $1.25
FRANK CAPRA'S 1937
LOST HORIZON.

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