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TURNOVER DOOMS'M'
Bucks edge Blue, 66-c

BY SCOTT M. LEWIS
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS - Carter Scott's bank
shot with 45 seconds remaining and a
most untimely traveling violation
spoiled the Wolverines' grittiest road
performance of the season, as 13th-
ranked Ohio State escaped with a 66-63
victory at St. John's Arena last night.
Michigan had control of the' ball for
nearly all of the final 45 seconds and
orked deliberately for a shot. Coach
'Johnny Orr called time out at :13 and
when play was resumed, the
Wolverines' Mark Lozier in-bounded
the ball at mid-court.
THE BALL came back to Lozier, who
was whistled for traveling with :06 left.
Scott connected on both ends of a one-
and-one situation with two ticks
remaining on the clock to ice the
Buckeye win.
Concerning the travelling call, Orr
Rid, "I didn't see it. We freed (Mike)
cGee and had him wide open. Herby
'(Williams) didn't even know where
McGee was. But they called traveling
so he must have traveled. If it wasn't
traveling, he (the official) should be
kicked out of the league."
Ohio State, now 7-4 in the Big Ten and-
tied for second place, snapped a three-
game conference losing streak. The
Bucks also gained retribution against

the Wolverines for a defeat they suf-
fered in Ann Arbor on January 19.
Michigan, whose conference record
slipped to 5-6 (12-8 overall) had its two-
game winning streak halted. The
Wolverines are now 1-5 in Big Ten road
games.
THE CONTEST evoked strong
remembrances of a game at Toledo in
which Michigan was faced with similar
circumstances. With about 10 seconds -
remaining, Lozier committed a crucial
turnover and Toledo gained a 67-64
decision.
As in the Toledo game, last night's af-
fair had all the ingredients of 'a
Michigan comeback win only to be
stymied by the home club. At 10:33 Ohio
State held a 55-48 lead and was
displaying the talents which propelled
it to a 5-0 record at one juncture in the
Big Ten season.
These talents included defensive tac-
tics which would have made Woody
Hayes proud.
But the Wolverines, taking advantage
of Buckeye turnovers proceeded to out-
score OSU 8-0 over the next three.
minutes. Johnny Johnson's jumper at
7:50 put Michigan on top, 56-55.
After an exchange of baskets, McGee,
who again earned game scoring honors'
with 23 points, hit on a bank shot to put
the Blue unit up by three, 60-57. Paul

Heuerman and Kelvin Ran
traded hoops, before fresh
standout Clark Kellogg sank
throw.
McGee then missed the firs
and-one, and Williams' sho:
from inside knotted the score
Each team then committ
nover, and with 1:23 to play,]
made only one of two fo
allowing the Buckeyes to seiz
with a field goal. Scott, a 6-2j
just that.
Orr had nothing but prais
scrappy team. "We expected
blow us out of here tonight,"
"Once we got going, though, w
could stay with them."
Motion siekn

MICHIGAN
Min. FG/AFT/A

R

McGee ........
Garner ........
Heierman.....
James.......
Bodnar, Marty
Johnson .......
Lozier .........
Garris .........
Person ......
Team Rebounds
Totals .......

A

40
37
33
24
22
29
6
4

9/28
1/4
6/10
1/1
3/6
2/6
9/1
3/3
9/0

5/7 6
1/2 5
15/6 2
0,0 1
2/2 1
0/0 2
0/1 4
0/0 3
0/0 0
6

I

r3
nsey then
man OSU
k one free
t of a one-
rt jumper
at 62.
ed a tur-
Heuerman
ul shots,
:e the lead
junior did
se for his
d them to
said Orr,.
we saw we
Less
A PF Pts.
2 1 23
30 3
1 4 17
1 0 2
3 1 8
0 1 4
7 3 0
0 3 6
0 0 0
17 13 63
A PF Pts.
0 4 5
2 5- 11
0 2 22
6 2 10
5 4 16
2 1 0
00 0
1 0 0
01 0
0 0 2
0 0 0
16 19 66
r!

Supersonics boom
past Pistons, 119-102

Smith .........
Kellogg ...
Williams..
Scott ........
Ransey...
Penn........
Elinghauser ...
Waiters .......
Miller.......
Kirschner.....
Huggins ...
Team Rebondsa

25/59 13/18
OHIO STATE
Min. FG/AFT/A
27 2/4 1/2
37 5/14 1/2
38 10/15 2/2
32 3/6 4/4
37 8/14 0/0
6 0/1 0/2
9 0/1 0/0
2 0/0 0/0
2 0/0. 0/0
5 1/1 ,0/1
5 0/0 '0/0
29/57 8/13

32

R
2
9
10
I
7
0
0
0
2
2
2
36

PONTIAC - Veteran Paul Silas
scored three points in a stretch of nine
straight unanswered Seattle points to
dart the fourth quarter and spark the
fending NBA champion Supersonics
to a 119-102 victory over the Detroit
Pistons last night.
Seattle held a 61-57 lead at the half
and-an 89-85 margin at the end of the
third quarter but scored the first nine
points of the fourth period to take a 98-
85 advantage that sewed up the game.
The fourth quarter was scoreless for
the first 3:08, but Detroit went 6:03
without a point by missing 13 straight
4iats and the SuperSonics grabbed
their third straight win 'overall and
seventh in nine road games.
Detroit guard John Long was the
game's, top scorer with 24 points, while
center Kent Benson added loin his first
game with the Pistons since being
traded from Milwaukee for Bob Lanier.
Bob McAdoo and Greg Kelser each had
16 points for the Pistons.
of D. 102, Xavier 96
DETROIT - Sophomore forward Joe
Kopicki scored 25 points and grabbed
nine rebounds last night to lead the

University of Detroit to a 102-96 non-
conference victory over Xavier, Ohio.
Kopicki scored 19 of his points in the
second half as the Titans, now 10-10,
came back from a 49-47 halftime deficit
and then withstood a blistering Xavier
attack in the late going.
Jerry Davis had,18 points while Earl
Cureton added 17 for Detroit, which
took the lead for good, 88-86, with 4:57 to
play.
-UPI
Marykand 69,
N. Carolina 68
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Albert
King sank four free throws in the final
14 seconds and then batted away an
inbounds pass with two seconds left to
preserve a 69-68 victory for seventh-
ranked Maryland over 11th-ranked
North Carolina last night.
King scored 20 points for Maryland,
while Ernest Graham and Greg
Manning had 17 each. Al Wood had 27 for
North Carolina and Mike O'Koren
scored 18 before fouling out with five
seconds to play.

Totals.......

Halftime: Ohio State 37, Michigan 36
Attendance: 13,591
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