gage 12-Friday, January 16, 1981-The Michigan Daily
By RON POLLACK
In this, their second meet of the year, the men's track team
will enter a partial squad in an invitational where the score
will not be kept. Nonetheless, when the Wolverines travel to
the Eastern Michigan Invitational today, a definite purpose
Trac to e t will be served.
The primary significance of this meet is that it will allow
freshman tracksters, along with those who might not nor-
mally compete in away meets, to showcase their talents. "It
hoa egives us a little bit of a yardstick to see if they'll be able to
help us later," said Head Coach Jack Harvey.
IN ADDITION TO the Wolverines, other teams competing
will be from the Mid-America conference, Michigan State,
along with junior and community colleges. Of these squads,
the largest contingents will be State, Eastern Michigan and
Entering this meet, Harvey is satisfied with his team's
progress, although he does not place a great deal of emphasis
BIG TEN ROUNDUP
on the early portion of the season. "We're as far along asv
usually are at this point in the season," said Harvey. "We
not interested at this time of year in being in top shape. We)
more interested in being in top shape three or four weeks in
While Harvey may not be taking most of his top athlete
the Wolverines will not be totally deficient of such perfo
mers. Two examples are Marshall Parks and Shelby Johns
who finished second and third respectively in the 110 mel
high hurdles at last years Big Ten Champtionships.
PARKS, A LINEBACKER, is just coming off of the footb
season and has had little opportunity to prepare for tra
"He won't be as ready as he will be for the rest of the year
said Harvey. "It's easier for Marshall to come out and r
the hurdles, than for Butch (Woolfolk) to run the 300."
According to Harvey, Johnson will run in this me
because he "needs some work over the high hurdles."
OSU annihilates NUf
s, COLUMBUS (AP)-Clark Kellogg
or- scored a career high 42 points and
on grabbed 14 rebounds last night, leading
ter Ohio State to a 81-69 Big Ten basketball
romp over Northwestern.
all The Buckeye's victory set up a
ck; nationally televised showdown Sunday
r, with visiting Indiana, another prime
un contender for' the Big Ten champion-
et, The previous college scoring high by
Kellogg, a 6-foot-7 sophomore, was 23
points against Cleveland State in the
opening game this season.
Kellogg hit 18of 28 field goal attempts
and sank all six of his foul shots. He left
the game with 31 minutes remaining,
receiving a standing ovation.
Ohio State, 7-4 overall and 2-1 in the
league, held Northwestern without a
field goal for more than seven minutes
in the opening half, wiping out the Wild-
cats' only lead of the game, 17-16. The
Buckeyes were in control at halftime,
Minnesota 86, Michigan
EAST LANSING (AP)-Junior guard
Mark Hall rattled off 17 second-half
points to finish with 21 as 20th-ranked
Minnesota coasted to an 86-77 Big Ten
basketball victory over Michigan State
The victory raised the Gophers,
record to 10-2 and 2-1 in the conference,
while Michigan State slipped to 6-6 and
While Hall was the big gun in the 2nd
half, junior forward Gary Holmes had
the hot hand in the first half, scoring 16
of his 18 points for the Gophers.
Senior forward Jay Vincent scored 26
for the Spartans.
After leading just 39-36 at halftime,
Minnesota outscored the Spartans 10-4
in the first two minutes of the second
half to go up 48-40, a lead it never
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half, Minnesota led by 19 points.
Illinois 87, Purdue 65
CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Forward Eddix
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including 18 in the second half, to lead
No. 16 Illinois to an easy 87-65 win over
Purdue in a Big Ten Conference college
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Leading 13-10, Illinois ripped off a 16-4
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second period and quickly increased
their lead to 20 points at 52-32 after
Range scored on a layup with 17:05
Purdue cut the margin back to 16 on-
baskets by Mike Scearce and Drake
Morris. But Illinois, getting six points
from Mark Smith, ran up an 8-2 scoring
streak to go up 60-38 at 13:59 their
biggest lead of the contest until the
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