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Friday, December 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rape Eleven

Friday, December 12, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Indiana

slips

by

Irish

By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - In-
diana's Quinn Buckner, who
missed two free throw attempts
with 23 seconds remaining, hit
two others with 11 seconds to
go, clinching a 63-60 victory for
the top-ranked Hoosiers over
No. 8 Notre Dame last night.
Another trade
HOLLYWOOD, Fla - The
Chicago White Sox traded
third baseman Bill Melton
and pitcher Steve Dunning
to the California Angels late
last night for first baseman
Jim Spencer and outfielder
Morris Nettles.
The Irish, led by All-Ameri-
can Adrian Dantley and fresh-
man Bruce Flowers, overcame
a 14 - point Hoosier lead and
pulled within one, 61-60, before
Buckner's free throws iced the
game.
The victory, Indiana's third
straight this season, avenged

the Hoosiers' only home loss points in the second half and
in the past three years. No- finished with 19. Buckner, after:
tre Dame fell to 4-1 for the a slow start, wound up with 16.'
season. Dantley's 15-foot jump shot
After a close first half, In- put Notre Dame on top to
diana steadily widened its lead start the game and the lead
to 51-37 midway through the fi- see-sawed for the next 12
nal period. minutes. The biggest Irish
All-American Scott May, who lead was three points while
led all scorers with 25 points,; the Hoosiers managed just
then picked up two quick fouls a two-point advantage.
and left the gare for 1% min- A rebound layup by Bobby
utes. At that point, Notre Dame Wilkerson put Indiana ahead at
had closed within three at 53-50.1 9:18 and two free throws by!
Flowers, a 6-foot-8 forward, hit Jim Crews gave the Hoosiers a
all nine of his game points in three - point lead a half min-
that stretch. ute later.
Dantley, a 6-5 forward, hit 10 Taking advantage of many

Notre Dame errors, Indiana
outscored the Irish 12-3 during
one six-minute stretch and led
29-24 at the half.
Notre Dame Coach Digger:
Phelps substituted freely and,'
with three freshmen in the line-
up at times, Notre Dame ap-
peared disorganized against the
fierce Hoosier defense.
May, a 6-7 forward, pick-
ed up his first two fouls in
the first minute of the sec-
ond half and the Irish, hitting
their first five shots, took a
brief one-point lead, 34-33.
Indiana, however, then out-!
scored Notre Dame 18-3 for its

biggest lead at 51-37.
After Dantley's final basket
pulled Notre Dame within one,
59-58, with two minutes remain-
ing, Indiana went into a slow-
down. May hit two free throws
with 37 seconds to go and In-
diana got the ball back eight.-
seconds later on an offensive
foul by Dantley. Flowers then
fouled Buckner, who missed
both his attempts,
Indiana's 6-11 center Kent
Benson, who scored all of his
seven points in the second half,
then fouled Dave Batton, whose
two free throws gave the Irish
their final points of the gamey

SCORES

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AP Photo
INDIANA'S SCOTT MAY (18) battles with Notre Dame's Adrian Dantley and Bill Laimbeer
in action from last night's game. The Hoosiers squeaked by Notre Dame 63-60 for their
third straight victory. May led all scorers with 2s points. Dantley had 19 points for Notre
Dame.
TWO HOLIDAY INVITES
Dayton challenges

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Indiana 63, Notre Dame 60
Furnman 75, Ilinois 73
Florida St.81, Stetson 71
Davidson 88, Baylor 86
Kansas 61, Boise St. 56
villanova 108, Kings, Pa. 75

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By TOM CAMERON feel strange on Michigan soil from t
The Wolverine basketball team either as Davis graduated from and sh
ill battle a relatively inexperi- Murray-Wright in Detroit and the fin
nced Dayton team tomorrow at M o u 1 t o n came from River champ
risler Arena, at 2:05 p.m., but Rouge. MIK
ce the task of cutting off the OVER THE Christmas break, All-Ami
'lyers All-American candidate, Michigan will host the Michigan at the
ohnny Davis. Invitational tournament on De- consid
For a change, it won't be Phil cember 19-20 and will travel to shootin
ubbard covering the big gun. Las Vegas, Nevada for the Las Cork
vis leads an experienced Vegas Holiday Classic on De- is the
ckcourt at guard, which is cember 29-30. Southe
r enough out of Hubbard's The Michigan Invitational, averag
ch. the last one to be held, features and 6.8
AVIS, a great leaper who Princeton and Miami of Ohio tallera
s been known to block hook in the 7:00 p.m. game and the ier for
ots' of centers, averaged 22.3 Wolverines against Southern Illi- TheI
ints per game last season. nois in the 9:00 p.m. contest. Illinois
e has good speed and quick- Michigan has won four of the Meriw
ss. and is a dangerous outside five Michigan Invitationals but Princ
ooter. sI will face some stiff competition five st
At the other guard position . .
ill be Leighton Moulton, the
ly senior on the team. Moul- HA KI S
n averaged over 9 points per
ontest last season but his real
t'rength is in his defensive
Mike Wilson will handle one C a vr 11
the forward positions for Day-
and will spot a few familiar By The Associated Press New
ces wearing maize and blue. CLEVELAND - Dick Snyder halfs
'lson played under Michigan and Bobby Smith scored 12 the l
sistant Jim Boyce when Boyce points each in a third-period The C
s head coach at Northwest- rally as the Cleveland Cavaliers 80-70a
high school and graduated ended a three-game losing string quart
years from that school be- with a 109-95 National Basket- gest le
e freshman Alan Hardy did. ball Association victory over the in the
ilson went on to enroll at Vin- New York Knicks last night. Thek
nnes College. where he and Cleveland center Jim Chones zier's;
ichigan guard Ricky Greene aided 10 of his team-leading 26 Havwo
aved together for two years. noints in the final period to help to five
Davis or Mouton should not keep the Knicks at arm's length. last at
Bat C

the. Salukis in the opener
should they make it into
nals, with last year's NIT
s Princeton.
E GLENN, a pre-season
nerica selection, leads SIU
guard position. Glenn is
ered one of the finest
ng guards in the country.
y Abrams, a 6-8 forward,
other mainstay on the
rn Illinois team. Abrams
ed 9.6 points last season
8 rebounds, but is an inch
and several pounds heav-
his junior year.
biggest problem Southern!
has is replacing Joe
eather.
ceton returns four of the
arters that won the NIT

cagers
championship last season. Co-
captains Mickey Steuere and
Arnold Hill lead the team as
one of the finest backcourt
teams in the East.

FORWARD Barnes Hauptfu-
hrer, the Tigers leading scorer
and rebounder of last season,
returns as does center Lon Ra-
mati.
But Princeton lost much of its
speed in graduation which could
hurt their chances should they
meet Michigan.
At the Las Vegas Holiday clas-
sic, the Wolverines will first
take on LaSalle. The winner of
this game will be up against the
winner of Houston-Nevada-Las
Vegas gar- --in the final.

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DUMP BUFFALO

over

Knicks

York led 50-48 at the 58-44 halftime lead. Henderson
but Cleveland grabbed finished with 21 points.
ead for good at 54-53. Atlanta jumped to a 86-73
:avs built the margin to lead after three periods and
at the end of the third refused to let up in the final
er. They held their big- 12 minutes as Drew added 12
ead, 87-74, with 9:16 left points in the period to pad his
game. game-high total.
Knicks, led by Walt Fra- The 122 total was a season-
22 points and Spencer high for the Hawks.
od's 18, cut the margin Bob McAdoo led Buffalo with
points several times, the 25 points as the Braves lost for
97-92 wth 2:15 remain- the eighth time in 10 games and
fell below .500 at 11-12.
Cleveland scored the next Atlanta leadsathe Central Di-
points on free throws to vision with a 12-9 record.
game on ice. * * *
totaled 20 pointsand

Major Leagi
NRA
Western Conforence
Midwest Division

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11 8 .57f
ee 10 12 .4
City 9 12 .42
5 16 .23
Pacific Division
State 15 6 .71
eles 16 8 .66
11 8 .579
12 13 .48
9 15 .37
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division

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7
9
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Los Anigelv(s
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7Pittsburgh
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Buffalo
5 u
Houston
7 Toronto
California

20 5 5
17 10 2
11 13 3
8 17 4
3 22 3
Division
18 6 4
14 7 7
9 10 8
10 17 3

hiladelphia
oston
uffalo
kew York
Ce
anta
ashington
Cleveland
New Orleans

16
13
11
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entral1
12
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6 .727
7 .650
12 .478
18 308
Division
9 .571
9 .550
10 .524
14 .394
14 .364

Campbell Conference
- Patrick Division
2 Philadelphia 18 4
514 N.Y. Islanders 15 9
LO Atlant a 13 13
N.Y. Range'-s 12 14l
- Smythe Division
Chicago 11 6 1
1 Vancouver 10 12
4 St.. Louis 9 14
4!/h Kansas City 8 16
Minnesota 8 18
Yesterday's Results
N.Y. Rangers 5, Bostony
Minnesota 5, Kansas City 3

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Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 122, Buffalo 99
kleveland 109, New York 95
'ahngton 117, New Orleans 109

Snyder 18 for the Cavaliers. Bullets blast
pts. **LANDOVER, Md.-Phil Che-
45 nier tossed in 24 points last night
36 gand got plenty of help from his
25 ATLANTA - Atlanta's John teammates as the Washington
9 Drew came off the bench and Bullets raced past the struggl-
exploded for 13 second-period ing New Orleans Jazz 117-105 for
40 points to ignite the Hawks to their fourth victory in the last
rs an easy 122-99 National Basket- five games.
23 hbll Association victory over Jimmy Jones had 16 points
the slumping Buffalo Braves last while Elvin Hayes, Len Robin-
night. son and Dave Bing each had 15
43 Drew, who finished with 29 in the balanced Bullet attack.
35 points, teamed with Tom Hen- Ron Behagen of New Orleans
28 dersw), who popped' in 10 points led all scorers with 26 points,
in the second period, as the 12 of them in the firstquarter,
33 Hawks overcame a 26-24 Buffalo which ended with Washington
25 first quarter margin to take a in front 24-20.
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