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Page 8-Sunday, February 3, 1980-The Michigan Daily.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Badgers dump Buckeyes,

By The Associated Press
M4ADISON-Claude Gregory scored
23 points yesterday, 12 of them in the
second half, leading a Wisconsin rally
that gave the Badgers a 70-67 Big Ten
basketball victory over Ohio State,
their second upset of the Buckeyes in
eight days.
The loss dropped Ohio State from a
share of the Big Ten lead, leaving the
Buckeyes with a 6-4 conference record
anal 14-5 season mark. The Badgers are
4-6pnd 12-9.
01110 STATE, which slipped from
fourth to sixth in the Associated Press
pofl after losing to Wisconsin 72-71 at
Columbus last Saturday, led 37-31 at the
half, then opened a lead of up to 13 poin-

ts before the Badgers started closing
the gap.
Wisconsin trailed 59-54 when Gregory
was fouled by Jim Ellinghausen with
5:19 to play. Ohio State coach Eldon
Miller protested the call and the
referees called a technical.
Gregory, a 6-foot-8 junior forward,
calmly dropped in four straight free
throws to pull the Badgers to within one
at 59-58, then tipped in a rebound 15
seconds later to put Wisconsin ahead.
The teams traded baskets, and then
the Badgers' Wes Mathews, fouled by
Carter Scott as he drove for the basket
after a Wisconsin steal, tied the score at
63-63 with 3:09 to go.
CENTER LARRY Petty, fouled by
Kelvin Ransey with 1:43 remaining, put
the Badgers ahead to stay at 66-65
before missing his second free throw.
Wisconsin went on to win 70-67
beating the Buckeyes for the second
time in eight days.
It was the third loss in four outings for

the Buckeyes, who followed up the last
Wisconsin game with a 70-65 victory
over Virginia on Sunday, then fell to
Michigan State 74-54 on Thursday night.
Wisconsin coach Bill Cofield said the
victory was not as big as the 72-71 win
last Saturday because "that game was
on the road."
Purdue 56, In diana 51
WEST LAFAYETTE-Arnette Hall-
man scored 16 points yesterday as 17th-
ranked Purdue, taking advantage of
Indiana's sloppy play and repeated
fouls, beat the 18th-ranked Hoosiers 56-
51 to keep a share of first place in the
Big Ten Conference basketball race.
Three Indiana starters fouled out of
the game, including freshman guard
Isiah Thomas, who scored 12 of the
Hoosiers' last 15 points and pulled In-
diana within one at 52-51 with four
minutes to-go.
INDIANA, WHICH trailed by seven
points late in the first half and by five
when Purdue center Joe Barry Carroll
fouled out with five minutes left in the
final period, had a chance for the lead
when Hallman committed his fourth
foul with 1:35 to go.
But Indiana freshman forward Steve
Bouchie missed two free throws, then
fouled Purdue's Drake Morris, who
Big Ten Standings

70-6 7
gave the Boilermakers a 53-51 edge.
Thomas fouled out 27 seconds later, and
Brian Walker made one of two foul
shots.
Miehigan St. 68, Illinois 59
EAST LANSING - Jay Vincent led
the way with 27 points as Michigan
State evened its Big Ten basketball
record at 5-5 by drubbing Illinois, 68-59,
last night.
Vincent, who topped all scorers, also
collected seven rebounds as Michigan
State avenged a defeat to the Illini a
week ago and improved its season
mark to 11-8.
EDDIE JOHNSON topped the Illini
with 14 points but was shut out in the
second half while his team went stret-
ches of 9:48 and 5:21 between baskets.
Michigan State guards Kevin Smith
and Terry Donnelly contributed nine
points each while Mike Brkovich had
seven and Ron Charles six for the
defending NCAA champions.
Rob Judson, with 12 points, was the
only other Illinois player in double
figures.
-AP
Iowa 73, Minnesota 63
MINNEAPOLIS-Sophomore guard
Kenny Arnold scored 19 points, in-
cluding four free throws in the final 35
seconds, to spark Iowa to a 73-63 Big
Ten conference basketball victory over
Minnesota last night.
The Hawkeye victory dropped Min-
nesota to 6-4 and prevented the Gophers
from moving into a first-place tie with
Purdue. The Boilermakers beat In-
diana earlier yesterday and have sole
possession of first place with a 7-3
record.
Steve Krdfcisin added 17 points for
Iowa, now 5-5 in the league and 14-5
overall. Steve Waite contributed 15
points and Kevin Boyle had 14 in the
balanced Hawkeye effort.

THANOS.514 . Washington
welcomes you to
SUNDAY BRUNCHES
with complimentary champagne
from 11:30 to 4:00
Also, we would like to introduce our new place to you with
the some pizza recipe as Thano's Lamplighter.
From 4-11 on Sunday nights, our pizzas will be % price
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We wait to serve you starting Sunday, Feb. 3
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By MARTHA CRIAL
What Crisler Arena fans witnessed
Saturday evening resembled more a
football game than a basketball game.
The Michigan Wolverines women's
basketball.team was out-wrestled, out-
elbowed, out-tripped, and -generally
out-fought by the Northwestern Wild-
cats, 85-74.
Evea though the Wolverines (6-14)
won' the second half, outscoring the
Wildcats, :37-,32, Northwestern (11-4)
had built up such a first half lead that
Michigan came up far short. Only a
furious Blue rally in the last three,
minutes kept them from being blown
out by twenty points.
THE TEMPO of the game was set in
the first two minutes when the Wildcats
jumped out to a 6--0 lead and then upped
it to nine points within six minutes. The
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aggressiveness of Northwestern also
manifested itself early, and the officials
took their stand by choosing not to call
many fouls. Sprawling bodies on the
court as well as behind the baskets and
in the seats couldn't elicit a whistle
from the tight-lipped refs.
Michigan coach Gloria Soluk learned
to be tight-lipped and sit firmly rinher
seat too, when her first protest of a call,
without any warning whatsoever,
produced her first technical foul of the
season with only four minutes gone in
the game. She later commented, "I was
very surprised."
There was a substitute referee at the
last minute when the scheduled official
got sick, which prompted Soluk to say,
"I don't know if that made the differen-
ce or not, but they sure did let the game
become physical."
THE WILDCATS played to win from
the very beginning, employing a
tenacious full-court pressure defense at
the start of the game. It seemed to have
the Wolverines a little flustered, as they

failed to set up baskets when they did
get the ball down to their end of the
court.
While the Wildcats steamrolled along
in the first stanza, Michigan looked
sluggish. They got few open shots, ear-
ning every point from the field, most of
them on Diane Dietz jumpers from the
perimeter. And their lowly free-throw
percentage (33 per cent) didn't help
their fight to get back into the game.
Meanwhile, in accumulating a 16-
point halftime lead, Northwestern shot
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85 per cent from the charity line.
The second half started slowly,
especially for the Wolverines, who took
three minutes to score their
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They finally came on two Katie Me'-
Namara free throws.
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Attendance: 2,3176

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FROM

Michigan's women's track team put
on a strong showing Friday in
Kalamazoo as they won the Western
Michigan Invitational, finishing 10
points ahead of the host Broncos. It was
the first win in an invitational meet for
the Wolverines this season.
Renee Turner paced the Michigan
squad by scoring 2612 points. Turner
won the 60-meter dash, ran a leg on the
winning 4x200 relay (which qualified
for the AIAW National Indoor Cham-
pionships), placed 'second in the 60-
meter hurdles, and took a third in the
300-meter run.
Garnering other first places for the
Wolverines were Lorri Thonrton in the
long jump, Joanna Bullard in the high
jump, and Melaine Weaver in the 5000-

meter run. Michigan's 4x400 relay tem
also copped a first place.
Coach Red Simmons said that he was
impressed by the fine performances
displayed by his team. "They are really
'team members' and as for the others,
they were really 'Michigan' athletes in
its best tradition."
'Netters (tall OSU
The Michigan women's tennis team
turned in a fine performance in
downing Ohio State, 7-2, yesterday af-
ternoon at the track and tennis
building.
Michigan coach Ollie Olson was very
pleased with his team's performance in
this off-season match. "There were
several bright spots, but freshwoman

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Jill lhertzman winning 6-1, 6-2 in the
number five singles was probably the
finest performance," replied the coach.
Other highlights were provided
Kathy Karzen who won number one
singles 6-2, 6-3 and Ann Kercher win-
ning three singles 6-0, 7-5. The two
teamed to win the number one doubles
6-2,6-4.
Robbie Risdon won number four
singles 7-5, 6-1 and Kathy Krickstein
joined Hertzman to win number three
doubles 6-3, 6-3.
Strininerk; f'(1l hort
In an exciting dual mneet yesterday,
Michigan's synchronized swim team
came up a little short in losing to defen-
ding national champions Ohio State,
117-86.
Michigan, which received good per-
formances in all categories, was led by
junior figurist Janice Johnson and
soloist Ruth Pickett, recording first
place finishes. Pickett also recorded
two second place finishes in the senior
figures and teaming with Cathy
O'Brian in the duet.
O'Brian chipped in a third in the solo
and sixth in the senior figures in ad-
dition to her duet performance.
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