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IOWA CITY - Kenny Arnold scored
20 points and Steve Krafcisin added 18
to propel Iowa to a 74-39 upset of 12th-
rated Purdue yesterday in a Big Ten
Conference college basketball game.
Iowa put the clamps on Joe Barry
Carroll, Purdue's 7-foot-1 center and
pulled to within one game of the league-
leading Boilermakers. Carroll was
limited to seven points - 15 below his
average - and did not score in the

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second half.
Iowa, still playing without All-
American guard Ronnie Lester, sent its
record to 7-5 in the Big Ten and 16-5
overall. Purdue, which shot only 37.5
per cent from the field, fell to 8-4 and 15-
6.
Arnold, who handed out six assists,
scored 14 points in the second half and
helped Iowa break the game open after
the Hawkeyes led 32-27 at halftime.
Two straight baskets by Krafcisin
and a layup by Steve Waite put the
Hawkeyes ahead 50-39 with 11:33 left in
the game and freshman Bob Hansen's
three-point play after a pass from Ar-
nold gave Iowa a 57-43 margin with 9:28
to go.
Kevin Boyle's layup gave Iowa its
biggest lead - 69-51 - with 3:52 to go.
Boyle finished with 12 points and Han-
sen had 14.
Iinrtois 89, Indiana 68
CHAMPAIGN - Reno Gray poured
in 25 points including eight straight in
one stretch early in the first half
yesterday to lead Illinois to an 89-68

rout of Indiana in a Big Ten basketball'
game.
Landon Turner, who topped Indiana
with 24 points, scored two baskets at the
start of the game to give Indiana a 4-2
lead but Gray then scored eight straight
to give the Illini a 10-4 lead which they
never relinquished.
The loss jolted 20th-ranked Indiana's
title hopes and left the Hoosiers with a
7-5 record in the Big Ten and 14-7
overall while Illinois climbed to 6-6 in
the conference and 16-8 for the season.
Illinois, getting excellent scoring
from Gray, Mark Smith and Perry
Range in the first half, was ahead 41-30.
at intermission and then opened a 51-36
lead early in the second half.
The Hoosiers came back to cut it to
51-44 on a basket by Turner and two by
Ted Kitchel, but the Illini put on
another scoring surge and went ahead
68-52 and were never again threatened.
During this spurt, Indiana Coach
Bobby Knight drew a technical foul and
Rob Judson converted both free throws
as the Illini went from 61-52 to a 16-point
advantage.

* Ohio State 71,
Michigan State 59
COLUMBUS-Herb Williams' 26
points ignited 13th-ranked Ohio State to
a 71-59 college basketball victory over
Michigan State last night that gave the
Buckeyes a share of the Big Ten
Conference lead and their first triumph
over the Spartans in eight seasons.
The Buckeyes, 16-5 overall, are now 8-
4 in the conference, the same as
Purdue, beaten 74-59 at Iowa yesterday.
Michigan State, the defending national
champion, fell to 11-10 for all games
and 5-7 in the Big Ten.
JAY VINCENT, despite foul
problems, led the Spartans with 27
points. Their defeat marked the first
time they had lost to Ohio State since
1972 when they were beaten in
Columbus.
Minnesota 72,,
Northwestern 55
MINNEAPOLIS - Kevin McHale
scored 16 points and Darryl Mitchell

75-5 9
added 13 as Minnesota defeated North-
western 72-55 in a Big Ten basketball
game last night.
THE VICTORY raised Minnesota,
record to 7-5 and kept the Gophers in a
three-way tie for second place with In-
diana and Iowa. Purdue and Ohio State
are tied for the lead at 8-4.
The Gophers, 14-7 overall, scored 12
of the last 16 points in the first half and
eight of the first ten in the second half to
break open a, low-scoring, poorly-
played game.
Big Ten.Standings

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coach Brian Eisner called "a
tremendous win," upset the University
of Georgia Bulldogs 5-4 in the National
Indoor Keane Championship in
Princeton, New Jersey yesterday.
Georgia is the defending
Southeastern Conference champions
and ranked eleventh nationally.
The Wolverines won four of the top
five singles matches as Matt Horwitch
(6-2, 6-3, 7-6), Michael Leach (6-4, 3-6, 6-
3), Mark Mees (6-2, 6-0) and Jud
Shaufler (6-4, 4-6, 7-5) all were
victorious. Only John Neinken (0-6, 2-6)
and Tom Haney (3-6, 1-6) suffered
setbacks.
"The key to the match was that we
won four of the three-set singles
matches," Eisner commented. "That
way we only had to win one doubles
match."
Shaufler's match was particularly
important. The Michigan senior blew
five match points before finally putting
the set away.
Winning a doubles match would be no
easy task. Eisner called Georgia, "our
toughest test in doubles so far this
year." Fortunately, the undefeated
Wolverine team of Leach and Horwitch
came up with an impressive

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3.
Gymnasts beat
Indiana
It was like driving a manual tran-
smission for the first time - frequent
stalls mingled between some sur-
prisingly expert moments.
For while thedMichiganamen's gym-
nastics team defeated a less than
awesome Indiana squad by nearly ten
points, 263.55-254.15, (a significant
margin for this sport), the end result
was an even mixture of success and
disappointment.
"The atmosphere was a little flat,"
said Michigan coach Newt Loken. "But
I was very happy about pommel hor-
se."
The pommel horse team added 42.0
points to the team's total, its largest
contribution this season. Much of the
credit for this goes to senior Brian
Carey, whose free-swinging routine
earned him the evening's largest
ovation - plus a 9.55 and first place.
In fact, all six first place spots went to
Wolverines.
On floor exercise, captain Jim
Varilek continued to stalk a Big Ten
title, scoring 9.55 with one of the four
judges giving him a 9.7. First on rings
was junior Darrell Yee at 9.45.
The Michigan vaulting contingent
maintained its high scoring streak,
tallying 46.3, led by freshman Kevin
McKee's 9.5 and junior all-arounder
Chris Van Mierlo's 9.45. High bar
honors went to Doug Zahour for his 9.45,
but sophomore all-arounder Al Berger
was close behind at 9.3.
Over on parallel bars, Marshall Gar-
field quickly adjusted for a mid-routine

error, finished his routine with a double
back somersault off the bars, and went
home with a 9.35 to complete the
Wolverine sweep of firsts.
Loken was especially pleased to see
Garfield successfully land, his double
back. About a year ago, the sophomore
all-arounder underwent knee surgery,
but Loken said he .thinks last night's
performance shows Garfield has over-
come any "apprehension" of landing on
it.
Another standout was senior all-
arounder Bruce Schurchard.Hisr52.05
total last night is a career high, which
Schuchard explains as the result of
"doing lots of routines."
For the coverage of last.
night's hockey game with
Michigan Tech see page 9.
The primary entry from the disap-
pointment column is the Wolverines'
score, still seven points short of the 270
needed to put them among the nation's
top ten.
-LEE KATTERMAN
Women gymnasts
fourth
Michigan pulled a strong fourth
yesterday in the Big Ten women's
gymnastics championship with a score
of 135.00. Top finishers in yesterday's
meet was Michigan State (138.35) who
narrowly edged Illinois (138.25). Min-
nesota finished in third place (137.05).
Finishing below Michigan, in order,
were Ohio State, Indiana, Iowa,
Wisconsin and Northwestern.
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Kempthorn tied at sixth (8.85). On the
bars, Sara Flom sported a third place
(8.75).
'In the all-around, McClain was tenth
(33.55), her best score of the season.
Teresa Bertoncin, Michigan's highest
scorer of the season, who was expected
to finish third or fourth in the all-
around, dislocated her knee and was
unable to place.
Currier leads cager*
Michigan's women cagers beat
Boston University 82-76 in the
consolation bout of the Lady Lion"
Classic held at Penn State. South
Carolina edged Penn State for the
tourney title.
The top scorer for Michigan was
Abby Currier, who tallied 30 points. She
connected on 14 out of 16 free throws
and grabbed 15 rebounds. Dianne Dietz
followed with 23 points and was name
"All-Tourney" at the conclusion of the
four team, two-day tournament
yesterday.
At halftime, Michigan narrowly led
41-40, but was behind 72-67 with four
minutes left to play. Michigan battled
back and Jeanne White tied the score at
72-72 with two free throws.
As the play continued, White made a
layup to put the Wolverines ahea, 74-72.
But the most.exciting play in the final
minutes was the steal and layu*
executed by Diane Hatch, putting the
Wolverines ahead 76-72.
The women cagers now sport a 7-16
record this year.
State whips wrestlers
Blame this one on bad timing.
Michigan's wrestling team, straight off
its toughest road trip of the season, was
soundly thrashed by Michigan State 26-
7 on Friday. Coach Dale Bahr described
his grapplers as "very flat" after last
week's confrontations with nationally
ranked Iowa State, Iowa, and
Minnesota.
The meet, held in East Lansing,
started badly for the Wolverines, and
progressed to worse. At one point, it
looked as if the Spartans would actually
shut out the Blue grapplers, holding an
insurmountable 26-0 lead after the 177
lb. match.
Michigan's senior co-captain Steve
Fraser posted his 26th victory of the
season with a major decision over Scott
Shephard at 191.
Michigan will use the same lineup in
today's match with Pittsburgh at 2:00
p.m. in Crisler Arena. The Wolverines
currently sport a 8-5-1 dual meet
record,and should improve on that
today. -K. ANTHONY GLINKE

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BY DAVE JOHNSON
Michigan took another big step for-
ward this weekend in their never-
ending search for blue-chip talent.
Coach Johnny Orr revealed im-
mediately after Michigan's victory
over Wisconsin yesterday that Dean
Hopson of Ann Arbor Huron High has
chosen to play his collegiate ball at
Michigan.
Hopson, a 6-6 swingman, joins 7-2
center Jon Antonides of Sarnia in selec-
ting Michigan.
A FIRST team all-stater last year at
Albion High School, a Class-B school,
Hopson transferred to Huron this fall.
He currently sports an 18-point/13-
rebound average and as Wolverine
assistant coach Bill Frieder suggests,
"should be first team all-state again
this year."

Although Hopson, was unavailable
yesterday for comment, Huron coach
Harold Simons did express great
satisfaction in Hopson's selection.
"I think he could play nationally for
many of the conferences," said Simons.
"And though many other major
colleges recruited him, I'm happy he
chose the University of Michigan.
"I THINK he has some things to add
to their program. His greatest assets
are his speed, agility and quickness,"
said Simons.
As to why Hopson chose Michigan
over a host of other schools, Simons
said "geographic location played a
major role, along with the supremacy
Michigan has academically and of
course, their very .fine basketball
program.'
The addition of Hopson surely makes
Michigan's program that much better.

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SCORES
College Baskethb II
Georgia Tech 62, virginia 59
Ohio State 71, Michigan St. 59
Iowa 74, Purdue 59
Illinois 89, Indiana 68
Oregon St. 73,Arizona 63
Colorado 60, Oklahoma 59
Minnesota 72, Northwestern 55
DePaul 65, Dayton 63
Pro Hockey
Philadelphia 6, Detroit 5
Boston 5, Chicago 2
Minnesota 5, Pittsburgh 2
Pro Basketball
New York 114, Detroit 107
Indiana 131, San Antonio 127
College Hockey
(Friday night)
Notre Dame 7, Denver I
,minnesota 6, Wisconsin 4
Michigan St. 5, Poland 4
(Saturday night)
Minnesota-Duluth 7, Notre Dame 6
Michigan 3, Michigan Tech 2

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