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Tuesday, Janua y 18, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

FIVE HIT DOUBLE FIGURES:
I Blue races past Iowa, 9-

75

By TOM CAMERON Michigan opened the game by "We got the big lead," said
Special To The Daily scoring on its first eight posses- Orr, "but the big thing isl
IOWA CITY - It was not just sions-including ten unanswered that we were able to increase
another Michigan rout, but a points - to open a 15-4 lead in it after the half. That's some-
rout on the road. the first four minutes. thing we haven't been able to
And Michigan's 99-75 stomp- The Hawkeyes then tried to do.
ing of the injury-hampered Iowa stow the Wolverine onslaught "We controlled the boards
Hawkeyes was a little more im- with a zone defense, but Mich- and moved the ball around on
portant than those other easy igan shot a neat 55.6 per cent ' offense. In turn, we made the
wins as it insured Thursday's from the floor to convince the shots. It was an all-around vic-
battle of the Big Ten's unde- Hawkeyes to try something tory, and we played just super."
feated at Crisler. else the second half. Phil Hubbard picked ip his
Other than that, it was just a "We were able to move the fourth foul with ten _Iinutes re-
another Michigan rout. ball against the zone," said Da- mainiig and the press that Iowa
"We dominated the game vid Baxter. "We got the ball in- then p,.t on brought the lead
right from the beginning," side to the forwards. Once wei down to 15 points within two
said Michigan coach Johnny got it inside, we were able to minutes.
Orr. "They were never in the open it up for our outside shots.
game. I never expected that Baxter highlighted the first
at all." half shooting by hitting four of Spartans win
Riding high on Rickey Green's four in his eight minutes in the at Indiana
23 points and 59.4 per cent team first half. BLOOMINGTON (P)-Mich-
shooting average, Michigan kept Despite the Michigan shoos ing, igan State's Bob Chapman
its Big Ten record unblemished the young Iowa team battled scored 21 points and Greg
at 4-0. nearly even with Michigan after Kelser added 20 last night,
The only other 4-0 team in the the first nearly fatal four min- but it was two free throws by
league is Purdue - whom the utes - leaving at halftime be- Edgar Wilson with nine sec-
Wolverines entertain Thursday. hind 4834. onds remaining that clinched
Iowa played a spirited game Michigan came out of the the Spartans' 61-60 victory!
despite the loss of top scorer locker room as quickly as they over Indiana.
Bruce , "Sky" King (20.5 per did to start the game and Chapman, held to just six
game), who sat on the bench opened its lead to 21 points in noints in the first half, led an
with an eye injury. six minutes. MSU rally after Indiana built
S -_ ______-. .-. leads of 10 points early in
the final period.
/ !u o t r1h iiiEl iIndiana had several oppor-
a ers reb ~po nd Inate;Itnt ci h inlmnt

But Michigan snuffed any Pdth added 13. Iowa fell to 1-3
hopes of an Iowa comeback by in the conference and 9-4 over-
outscoring the Hawkeyes 13-3, all. The Hawkeyes shot a cool
and taking a commanding 25 40.8 'per cent from the field.
point lead with 4:48 remaining.
Michigan put five players in Hubbard tallied a game high
double figures as Green hit for 16ยข robounds and hit on nine of
23, Hubbard 18, Steve Grote 12 shots from the field. John
16, Joel Thompson 15 and Robinson added eight points and
Dave Baxter 10. eight caroms to the balanced
"It was a great team victory," Wolverine attack.
Orr summed up. "It was our The scene is now set for the
best performance and it was on -lash of the Big Ten unbeatens
the road." Thrsdav night against Purdue
Freshmen Ronnie Lester and in Crisler Arena. The game is
Larry Olsthoorn tallied 20 points a s-llour and will be televised
each for Iowa and reserve Dick loc-1P', Tip off is 8:05 p.m.

!awkeyes blinded

MICHIGAN

IOWA
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Thompson
Robinson
Hubbard
Green
Grote
Statin
Baxter
Haroy
Bergen
lozier
Lillard
Jones
Team totals
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FG /A
7-11
1-3
9-12
11-19
7-14
0-3
5-6
2-2
2-2
0-1
0-0
0-1
44-74

FT/A
1-2
6-6
0-0
1-2
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
.0-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
11-15

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1 15
1, 8
2 18
5 23
3 16
20
2 10
1 4
1 4
0 1
0 0
0 0
19 99

Hargra~ve 3-i 0-0
Mayfield 1-7 2-2 ]
Olstboorn 7-15 6-6
Lester 9-18 2-2
Wulfsperg t-4 0-0
Peib 4-7 5-7
Kelley 3-7 2-3
Norman 0-3 0-0
Drake 1-3 0-0
Team toaals 29-71 17-20,
Score by Periods
MICHIGAN
Iowa
Attendance 13,100
Technical Fouls--Kelley

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4: 1 6~
11 1 4
14 1 20
4 4 20
1 32
2 4 13
2 03
40 16 75
48 51-99
34 41-75

MICHIGAN STATE center Jim Coutre (right) battles with]
a loose ball in first half action in Bloomington last night.'
point halftime deficit and upended the Hoosiers 61-60.
full court

Ihndiana guard Jim Wisman for
The Spartans overcame a five
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to squeak by CU,60-507

Road trip is over.
.. .and now for
By SCOTT LEWIS
QN THE ROAD in the Big Ten . . .
The arenas were like barns filled with blea
tives could watch cow-milking or corn-harvest
The crowds were like a crying baby - l
gradually quieting down when it finally realizes
its way.
Thus ends another Big Ten road trip for
results of the safari into the wilds of the Mi
conquering of the Spartans and the appareg
the Hawkeyes.

By CUB SCHWARTZ and Fertig in the final minutes Borders. "It's been a long time
The Michigan women's bas- and a tight full court press by since we have been 15 points
ketball team overcame a fif- the Wolverines, which only al- down at the end of the first half.
?teen point halftime deficit to de- lowed one Central Michigan "We were more inspired going.
feat Central Michigan 60-57 last field goal in the final minutes, into the second period and it
igh tCise n. insured the victory. was shown by our defense."
P urdue nht at Crsr Area. Sims led the Woverines wi'h Borders added. "Also, the big
Led by the board work of 15 points, followed by Cender people started getting the re-
sophomores Natasha Cender and with 11 and Fertig who netted bounds which helped a great,
Kathryn Young, who grabbed 17 10. deal."
IOWA CIY2theolns rhittled lyawaHE CHIPS rolled up their. "THE POOR shooting hurt us
IOWA CITYthe Colverines hitled a ay athalftime lead dueto the outside in the first half, but I think we
the Chippewa lead, and finally shooting of center Cheryl Pence, took a lot of good shots that,
chers so the na- b et b Melidat 2 on a who threw in twelve points in just didn't fall," said Borders.
n sth bct y ethe first period. Cold shooting "The press did it." said Cen-
ing. THE LEAD CHANGED hands on the part of the Wolverines, tral coach Ro DiBrezzo, "it
oud at first, but tpree times in the next three who could only manage 27 per caused the turnovers, but more
that it won't get minutes, until a tip-in by Young cent from the floor, also aided ban that it caused the nerves."
with 3:03 remaining gave Mich- Central Michigan. d "Their height also hurt us. We
Michigan. The igan a one point lead which it "They were patient and whit- had to go up against 6-1 and 6-2
never lost. tIed us away in the first half." centers when our tallest is 5-11."
dwest were the Bucke's by Lydia Sims, Young said Michigan coach Carmel The victory evened the Wol-I
qt extinction of --verine's record at 3-3, while

but missed three of its last
folur free-throw attempts and
lost the ball on a traveling
call on Wayne Radford with
30 seconds left.
All-American Kent Benson,
stymied by the Spartans' zone
defense, scored just 11 points,
eight of them in the opening
period as the Hoosiers took
a 1-28 halftime advantage.-
The victory broke Indiana's
three-game winning string
Pnd dronped the Hoosiers to
3-1 in the conference and 8-6
overall. MSU. 5-8 for the sea-
son. evened its Big Ten rec-
ord at 2-2.

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1. San Francisco (31) 19-0
2. N. Carolina (5) 10-1
3. Cincinnati ($) 11-0
4. Alabama (2) 14-0
5. MICHIGAN 10-1
6. UNLV (2) 11-1
7. Kentucky 10-21
8. Marquette 10-2
S F 12-2

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SPOR1TS OF THE DAILY:

Central Michigan dropped to 3-3
Wil h thI mn

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The Wolverines wandered out of their Ann Arbor niche, dis- " _1Inlosiy0. UCLA315
posing of the competition, and in turn decreasing the number 1 he women now take tkh 11. Tennessee 11-2 31
ens o oentsuemacy of the conference ngle road for the next three weeks, 12. Purdue 1-3
of chlegrao oetr ureayo h cneec ugl'r t~I facing Eastern Michigan in the 13. Minnesota 11-1 3'
to but one species - the Boilermaker., P risoIn1, ' v first rolind of the Can-Am Tour-' 14. Arizona 12-2 32
The condition of Iowa Fieldhouse made last night's victory By The Associated Press Gifford and Sayers, once nament at Windsor Friday 16. Louisville 1-2 21
even more impressive. Compared to cozy Crisler Arena it re- PROVIDENCE - 18aMarvin star running backs for the night. They returnhome to face 18. Maryand 12-2
sembles nothing more than an oversized high school gymnasium. Barnes of the Detroit Pistons, New York Giants and Chicago Chicago State on February 5 at 19 Memphis St. 14-1 1
Tadjustments the players were forced to make in gaiug twas ordered yesterday to serve Bears, respectively, and Starr, I Crider Arena. ?o. Utah 12-3
The ajsmnstepaeswr ocdt aei adapting to'E.--
thechage ontibued venmor toIow's dvatag. Ione year in prison for violating the .former quarterback and
the change contributed even more to Iowa's advantage. the terms of a probationary presently head coach of the
"Iowa is the toughest place to shoot at in the league," said entence imposed for assault- Green Bay Packers, were
Steve Grote, who came through with his best performance of iig a Providence teammate nresent at Monday's official an-
with a tire iron. noncement of their election.
the year. "The rims were really tight so there were a lot of Judge Anthony A. Giannini Gregg, on
long rebounds. As a result, the guards had to do more screening. I rejected Barnes' appeal for a star for the Packers and nowho
This takes a lot away from our fast break. I work release alternative under the head coach of the Cleveland of A m ericas
I which he would have helped Un- Browns, and Willis, who star- j -
"In addition, the floor is harder so it's really hard on derprivileged youths either red on both lines for the Cleve-
the legs" he added. "Iowa is just a hard place to play at." here or in Detroit. ' land Browns, could not attend
Giannini said the former All- the news conference held the
And Michigan State's Jenison Fieldhouse, a veritable barn, American was not "a model to I morning of the National Foot-aeLovedSuoro
is just as bad. Before the game the Michigan coaches discovered be judged by the young and ball League's Pro Bowl. Read it all in the
that one rim was an inch higher, than the other. But they de- imnressionable." * * *Reay ffalbnok
cided it wasn't worth the hassle to complain about it. The judge left it up to the I nb only official book
wrosecuting attorney andedabout the mostex- . ..,
Add to all this the impact that the fans have on home teams, Barnes' lawyers to determine a DETROIT - "You win by citing and extrava
Barnes'olawaersetoedetermineLar-"gant monster mov- I)
and you've got yourself a home-cdurt advantage. date when the sentence would hard work and execution, Lar- ie of the year
begin. He said it would be ac- ry Wilson said after beigNE
"Basically, they (the home team) really want to win before ceptable to postpone the start named "interim coach of the 50 PHOTOS.
their home crowd," said Tom Staton a crowd-pleaser himself. of the sentence until after the Detrnit Red Wings yesterday. -
current basketball season ends. Wilson was named "interim" Be sure to see
"It's not that the fans make the visiting team play badly," " * * coach by General Manager Dino De Lauren-
added Grote. "It's just that the crowd makes the home team Alex Delvecchio, who is sten- - tiis' KING KONG,
play bettter than they're normally capable of. With all the Now fnmers ping down from his other job Paramount Re-
yelling and screaming their defense really perks up. SEATLE - Frank Gifford, as coach. It was the 10th time near you.
"This was a young Iowa team playing its first home game;became members of the Pro ha-ve changed coaches. 80796/$1.75
"Thiswas ad young ow a juiead p.layng its sthome j me Football Hall of Fame yester- Delvecchio said Wilson's sit-
in while, and they were juiced up. Our goal was to jump on dav. alang with Forrest Gregg cation "will be reviewed at the
them and get them down from the beginning." and Bill Willis. I end of the season."
Which they accordingly did. Less than four minutes into-g.s--.- P NPERtBAK
the game, Michigan held a 15-4 lead, and it cruised to vic ory. FROM 2 CK ET BOOKS
With all the disadvantages of playing on the road it's up to PIRGIM thanks those who have supported its
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said the ac'ive assistant. "The importance of this is reflected
in the fact that nothing upsets the players. It helps them to
stay mentally prepared."
And never will they have to be more men ally preparedj
this year than on Thursday night when they face Purdue in the
first showdown thus far in the young Big Ten season.
Both teams possess 4-0 records. and the winner of the con-
test will command early control of the conference. In addition,
the two squads won't meet again until 'he final conference game'
of the season when matters may have already been decided.
"We beat them and we're up there all alone," said Staton.:
"I 's going to be ni e to get them there (at Crisler). It's just
going to be one of he ')est games all year."
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