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OHIO ST A T E DUIMPS IO WA, 77-71
Purdue holds off .Illini,74-66
From AP and UPI
WEST LAFAYETTE-Junior Drake
Morris hit nine free throws in the final
211 minutes- and senior Joe Barry
Carroll scored 27 points last night as
10th-ranked Purdue held off Illinois 74-
66 in Big Ten college basketball.
Purdue, 9-2 and 2-1 in the Big Ten,
took the lead for good 57-55 on a Carroll
hook shdt with 4:53 remaining. Arnette
Hallman followed with a pair of free
throws and the Illini never drew closer
than two points after that.
Illinois, 11-4 and 1-2 in league play,
trailed 67-64 with 1:38 remaining and
fell out of contention as they fouled
Morris and he made the key free
Morris, who finished with only 11
points, made a pair of free throws with
1:28 remaining. He scored two more
points on free throws with 45 seconds
left and gave Purdue la 73-64 advantage
with 24 seconds remaining by making
Hallman was also in double figures
for the Boilermakers with 16 points and
sophomore guard Keith Edmonsoni ad-
ded 12. b
Mark Smith led the Illini with 15 poin-
ts, scoring 11 of them on free throws.
Rene Gray and Perry Range had 12
Carroll picked up two technicals for
hanging on the rim while making a
dunk shot in the first half and was 6-for-
10 from the field in the second half
despite taking only one dunk after the
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the league MSU fell to 7-6 overall and 4-
3 in the conference.
OhioSt.77 Iowa 71
1 vwesernoa. Irtcn it of IOWA CITY--Freshman Clark
EVANSTON-Brian Gibson scored 14 Kellogg and junior Carter Scott com-
points, eight in the second half, to lead bined to hit seven free throws in the
Northwestern to its first. Big Ten vic- final one minute, 26 seconds to lift third-
tory of the season, a 65-61 triumph over ranked Ohio State to a 77-71 victory
Michigan State last night. over No. 12 Iowa in Big Ten Conference
With the Wildcats leading 63-61, Gib- basketball last night.
son was fouled by MSU guard Terry Ohio State, beating Iowa for only the
Donnelly and made both ends of a one- second time in the last nine games, sent
and-one to seal the win in the closing its record to 3-0 in the conference and
two minutes., 10-1 overall. Iowa, playing without All-
Northwestern led 35-31 at halftime as American guard Ronnie and starting
both teams were hot from the field, with : forward Mark Gannon, fell tok 1-2 and
Big Ten Roundup
the Spartans hitting 67 percent to 62 10-2.
percent for the Wildcats. Northwestern Kellogg sank two free throws with
was abale to penetrate early in the first 1:26 left to give Ohio State a 70-69 lead
half and got MSU's leading scorer, Jay and Scott followed with a pair 32 secon-
Vincent, with three early fouls with ds later. Steve Krafcisin scored Iowa's
more than seven minutes to go in the final points on a layup with 42 seconds
first half. remaining, cutting the Buckeyes' lead
Vincent had 14 points in the first half tok 72-71.
and wound up leding all scorers with 23
othwestern, which led throughout Mn- soa -, - nin7
most of the gamne, enjoyed its biggest neo 8,Ws nm76
lead eight points with 2:23 left in the MINNEAPOLIS-Sophomore guard
game on a basket by Gibson. Mark Hall scored 22 points, including
The victory snapped a four game five in overtime, to spark Minnesota tok
Northwestern losing streak and im- an 82-76 Big Ten basketball triumph
proved its mark to 6-6 overall and 1-2 in over Wisconsin last night.
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INDIANA GUARD JIM THOMAS, one of three freshmen in the starting
lineup against Michigan last night, looks for an open teammate while
Wolverine guard Marty Bodnar applies the defensive pressure during first
half action in Bloomington. Indiana won the game in overtimie, 63-61.
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By MARK MIHANOVIC
Special toThe Daily
BLOOMINGTON - In what coach
Johnny Orr termed a "heart-breaking
loss", the Michigan cagers succumbed
to 19th-ranked Indiana, 63-61, in over-
time here last night.
The defeat, which was the 13th in a
row for the Wolverines in Assembly
Hall, left them with a 2-1 Big Ten record
and 9-3 overall mark. Indiana is now 7-4
overall and 1-2 in the conference.
TH E WOLVERINES, playing scrap-
py defense throughout the entire game,
seemed to have more lives than a cat,
as they roared back from a second-half
deficit of 49-38 to tie matters at 55-55 at
the end of regulation play.
Indiana freshman Steve Bouchie,
who led his team with 20 points, hit first
in the overtime, but Michigan's Thad
Garner came back with a spectacular
steal and dunk to knot it at 57.
A RAY TOLBERT tip-in put the
Hoosiers ahead to stay, however, with
two minutes left in the overtime.
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lead on a couple of buckets each b y
Bouchie and freshman guard Isiah
Thomas. The teams then traded
baskets in this defensive struggle until
a Butch Carter layup pushed the
Hoosier lead to 49-38.
Michigan then started to come back.
A Garner lay-in, two Bodnar fr
throws, and a Bodnar jumper from t
corner closed the gap to 49-44. A Lozier
jumper, two McGee foul shots, anda
Paul Heuerman free throw made the
score 51-49 with 4:22 left.
AFTER A Bouchie dunk and a pair of
Tolbert free throws gave Indiana a 55-
51 lead, McGee canned a 20-footer, and
it was a two-point game with 1:47 to
Indiana played keep away urn
Lozier tied up Thomas with 47 seconds
showing on the clock. Garner came up
with the tip, enabling Bodnar to sink a
falling-away 20-foot jumper with 25
seconds remaining. Michigan got the
ball back again, but couldn't score in
the last 10 seconds, thus sending the
game into overtime.
McGee led all scorers with 21 points.
He was accompanied in double figur
by Garner with 10, and Heuerman and
Bodnar who scored 12 each.
Michigan completes its, Indiana road-
trip at Purdue tomorrow afternoon.
Mi.FG/AFT/A R A PF Pts.
McGee ........ 40 6/16 9/10 7 0 2 21
Garner ........ 39 s/14 0/2 7 1 3 10
Heuerman..... 41 2/6 8/12 9 2 2
Bodnar, Marty 39 5/10 2/2 2 2 1
Smith ......... 26 2/G 0/0 2 4 4
Lozier ......... 21 1/2 0/0 1 2 3 2
Johnson ....... 7 0/3 0/0 4 2 0 0
Team Rebounds 7
Tolbert then converted both ends of a
one-and-one, forward Phil Isenbarger
hit a free throw, and it was 62-57-.
Michigan didn't quit, though. Mike
McGee knocked in a rebound to bring it
to 62-59, with 53 seconds left, and from
then on, the Wolverines scrambled
wildly to get the ball. They failed to
take advantage of several oppor-
tunities, until Mark Lozier made a steal
and fired ahead to Marty Bodnar, who
laid one in with six seconds remaining.
FIVE PRECIOUS ticks ran off the
clock -before Lozier drew a technical
foul by calling a time-out when
Michigan had no time-outs remaining.
Tolbert sankg the 'technical for his
eighteenth point. After time out, the
Hoosiers in-bounded the ball, and an in-
credible game was over.
"We wanted to take the technical," a
dejected Orr explained after the game.
"It's the only chance we had to get the
"We made a great comeback,' he
continued. "We are very happy with
our team. It's just a shame we didn't
win. I don't know anything more we
could have done."
A VERY VOCAL Assembly Hall
crowd of 16,857 saw their Hoosiers draw
out from a 29-29 halftime tie to a 39-31
Min. FG/A FT/A R A PF '
Bchte ....42 10/22 8 0 4
Tolbert ........ 41 6/11 6/8 9 2 4
1. Thomas ..... 36 3/9 0/1 8 8 4
J. Thbomas ...1 0/ 0/0 0 1 3
Grunwald .. 7 1/3 0/0 1 1 3
Brown ......... 6 0/0 0/0 0 0 2
Kitchel ........ 16 1/6 0/0 1 5 2
Risley ----..-... 2/2 0/0 1 0 0
Team Rebounds 2
Halftime: Indiana 29, MICHIGAN 29
Technical Fouls: Michigan (too many time outs)
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