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Page 12-Friday, February 8, 1980-The Michigan Daily
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Big Ten Standings

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PURDUE BEA TS MINNESOTA, 58-56

Hoosiers drown 'Cats, 83-69

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BLOOMINGTON-Butch Carter
pumped in 22 points and Isiah Thomas
added 18 last night, both keying long
scoring bursts that propelled 20th-
ranked Indiana to an 83-69 Big Ten
Conference basketball victory over
Northwestern.
It was the 300th career victory for
Indiana Coach Bobby Knight, whose
Hoosiers have never lost in 16 games
against Northwestern.
The Wildcats scored the first two
baskets of the game, but jumpers by

Thomas and Ted Kitchel tied the game
and Carter put the Hoosiers ahead to
stay.
Carter added four more and Indiana
continued its scoring string to 16
straight points as the Wildcats went
scoreless for nearly five minutes. The
lead then dwindled to two before
,another eight-point burst helped
Indiana to a 39-27 halftime lead.
Guard Rod Roberson, who led
Northwestern with 18 points, hit three
straight baskets that closed the margin
to six points early in the second half,
but Indiana reeled off another 14
straight and coasted the rest of the way.
Thomas, a freshman guard, had eight
points and assisted Carter on another
basket during that 4%-minute surge
that widened the lead to 57-37. Indiana
then built several leads of 21 points
before Knight cleared the bench, and
the Hoosiers' lead never dropped below
14 the rest of the game.
Purdue 58, Minnesota 56
WEST LAFAYETTE - Center Joe

more than 12 minutes of the second
half.
Illinois 67, Wisconsin 50
CHAMPAIGN - Eddie Johnson
scored 19 points as Illinois came out
firing in the second half and defeated
Wisconsin 67-50 in a Big Ten college
basketball game last night.
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Barry Carroll scored 21 points before
fouling out with 4:17 left in the game as
12th-rated Purdue edged Minnesota 58-
56 to retain first place in the Big Ten
basketball race.
The Boilermakers survived a last
minute comeback by the Gophers to
climb to 8-3 in league play and 15-3
overall. A field goal by Drake Morris,
who scored 17 points, gave Purdue a 56-
49 advantage with 1:20 remaining.
MINNESOTA CUT its deficit to two
points, 56-54, on a three-point play by
freshman Randy Breuer. Breuer later
missed the first shot of a bonus free
throw opportunity with 15 seconds
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Purdue, plagued by poor shooting
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close, took a 58-54 edge on a pair of free
throws with eight seconds remaining
and Minnesota scored at the buzzer.
Mark Hall was high for the Gophers,
who fell to 6-5 in league play and 13-7
overall, with 14 points. Kevin McHale,
Minnesota's leading scorer, had only
nine points before fouling out with 7:19
to play. Fouls kept him on the bench for

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a 30-30 halftime tie to a 40-30 edge with
11 minutes, 37 seconds left in the game
PERRY RANGE started the flurW
with a basket from 15 feet that gave
Illinois its first lead in the game.
Illinois followed with four more
baskets before Wisconsin forward Joe
Chrnelich made a free throw with 11:21
left.
The Badgers, who had only four field
goals in the second half, got the first of
them with 9:20 remaining when Claude
Gregory got a slam dunk to make the
score 44-33.
TheIllini stayed at least eight points
ahead until 2:30 was left. Then they
went into a stall, spreading out the
Badger defense and forcing fouls that
enabled them to pull away on the
strength of free throws.
Iowa 44, MSU 39
IOWA CITY - Steve Krafcisin scored
20 points, including six in overtime, to
lead Iowa to a 44-39 victory ov
Michigan State last night in a Big TeO
matchup.
MSU took the lead in the extra period,
35-34, on a tip-in by Ron Charles with
2:40 left but the Hawkeyes regained
control. Krafcisin scored a field goal
and Iowa guard Kenny Arnold stole the
inbounds pass on the play, which
resulted in a free throw by Kevin Boyle
for a 37-35 Iowa lead.
THE HAWKEYES, who improved
their league mark to 6-5 and 150
overall, overcame slowdown tactics by
the defending NCAA champion Spar-
tans in the first half.
Michigan State took only five shots in
the opening period as. the Hawkeyes
took an 8-6 lead at intermission.
The tempo changed inthe second half
and Iowa moved to a 29-23 lead with
6:20 remaining on a long jumper by
guard Kenny Arnold. The Spartans
pulled to a 31-31 tie with 2:10 remaining
on Jay Vincent's field goal. The 6-foot-@
center led MSU with 19 points and
scored the Spartans' final 12 points in
regulation.
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Ohio State 66, MICHIGAN 63
Illinois 67, Wisconsin 50
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Iowa 44, MSU 39
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