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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, January 25, 1981-Page 9



Iowa Boilermakers fall

IOWA CITY (AP) - Center Randy Illinoi
Bruer scored 17 points, including nine extende
in the decisive second half, to lead Min- first ha
nesota to a 60-48 victory over No. 9 Iowa five min
in Big Ten basketball yesterday. But t
The 7-foot-2 sophomore hit on a tur- seven po
naround shot with 14:19 to go to tie the a 13-111
score at 36 all and took a short jumper After
less than a minute later to give the Wiscons
Gophers the lead for good. free thro
The victory gives Minnesota an 11-4 Jame
mark overall and a 3-3 league record. the lead
Iowa, which lost at home after three seven of
straight road victories fell to 12-3 and 4- 24-18 ha
The Hawkeyes jumped to an early 8-2 Mich
lead, but Minnesota's Mark Hall con- WEST
nected on a field goal and two free Kevin S
throws to tie the score at 10-10 with points
13:55 to go in the half. The lead changed throws
hands four ,Mmes before Mark Gannon Michiga
scored on a short jumper with 29 secon- ference
ds to go and a free throw with a second due.
remaining to give Iowa a 25-23 halftime Smith
edge. Spartan
Wisconsin 54, Illinois 45 makers
CHAMPAIGN (AP) - John Bailey possess
arld Larry Petty scored 13 points each Michi
yesterday to lead Wisconsin'to a 54-45 lead of
upset win over 15th-ranked Illinois in Brkovi
Big Ten basketball. Purdue
Dan Hastings hit seven free throws in consect
the final minutes to fend off a late Kevin
Illinois rally and give the Badgers the Smith
win. Morris

s jumped out to a 5-2 lead and
d it to 11-6 with 11:18 left in the
If after Wisconsin went almost
utes without scoring.
he Badgers scored the next
aints - five by Bailey - to take
ead with 8:23 left in the half.
Illinois tied the score at 15-15,
in took the lead for good on two
lows by Claude Gregory.
s Griffin hit a free throw to cut
d to one, but Wisconsin scored
f the next nine points to take a
lftime lead.
State 74, Purdue 68
Smith scored a season-high 28
yesterday, including 14 free
in the second half, leading
an State to a 76-68 Big Ten Con-
basketball victory over Pur-
L, a 6-foot-2 junior, scored the
ns' final 10 points in the last 95
of the game as the Boiler-
repeatedly fouled to regain
ion of the ball.
gan State held a comfortable
12 points, 64-52, after Mike
ch hit a pair of free throws, but
started a strong comeback with
utive baskets by Russell Cross,
Stallings and Keith Edmonson.
h hit twofree throws when Drake
fouled out with 1:35 to go, then

he added another pair of foul shots after
Jon Kitchel scored for the Boiler-
makers. Michigan State got the ball.
back, and Smith scored a layup with a
minute remaining, but Purdue pulled
within six again on a basket by Stallings
and two free throws by Kitchel.
Indiana 93, Northwestern 56
EVANSTON (AP) - Isiah Thomas
scored a season high 23 points and Ray
Tolbert added 17 yesterday to carry In-
diana to a crushing 93-56 victory over
Northwestern and a share of the Big
Ten basketball lead.
The victory gave the Hoosiers a 4-2
conference record and put them into a
first-place tie with Ohio State, Iowa and
Sophomore Tony Brown, like Thomas
a Chicago-area product, chipped in with
16 points. Rod Roberson of North-
western led all scorers with 26 points.
The two teams played even for the
first eight minutes with Roberson knot-
ting it at 19-19 but Thomas, stealing,
rebounding and passing off, scored the
next, seven points to shove the Hoosiers
into a 26-29 lead.
Before Roberson was to score again
for the Wildcats, Indiana had opened a
32-19 advantage.
Roberson scored 18 of his points in the

first half but Northwestern found itself
trailing 48-35 at intermission.
The hot-shooting Hoosiers outscored
Northwestern 25-8 in the early going in
the second half before Coach Bobby
Knight cleared his bench.
Indiana boosted its overall record to
11-7. Northwestern is now 1-5 in the Big
Ten and 7-8 overall.

Big Ten Standings

Iowa ..............4 2
Purdue ............4 ,2
Indiana...........4 2
Ohio State .........4 2
MICHIGAN ........3 3
Minnesota .........3 3
Illinois .............3 3
Wisconsin ..........2 4
Michigan State .....2 4
Northwestern ......1 5




Ohio State 69, MICHIGAN 63
Minnesota 60, Iowa 48
Michigan State 74, Purdue 68
Indiana 93, Northewestern 56
Wisconsin 54, Illinois 45

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Tankers sink Eastern,105-32

Michigan's women tankers spent
yesterday working on what Coach Stu
Isaac called "the little technical aspec-
ts of their swimming, but the
Wolverines found enough time to
destroy Eastern Michigan, 105-32, at
WMatt Mann Pool
The win was the second in 24 hours for
Israac's team, which had knocked off
Wisconsin 10229 Friday night. It also
set up a showdown next Saturday night
in Bloomington between the Wolverines
and archrival Indiana. The Hoosiers
have traditionally followed right behind
Michigan in Big Ten competition
(Michigan has won the conference title,
the past five years).
ISAAC DESCRIBED the meet as a
"learning experience" which
"everybody was glad to get through
with." Most team members swam in
events other than their specialties and
the racing times were thus slower than
normal. t
While Isaac admit.hi team may
have been "looking ahead to Big Tens,"
which occur five weeks from now, the
Wolverines managed to turn in some
notable performances. Junior Sue
Collins, the Big Ten butterfly champion
two of the last three years, came off a
back injury to finish second in her first
butterfly effort of the season. Team-
mate Carolyn Clymer won the event in
Freshman Chris Hodson and Sue
Cahill led the Wolverine onslaught,
which produced victories in 14 of the 16
events. Hodson took top honors in the
100-yard butterfly and 100-yard in-

dividual medley, while Cahill finished
ahead of the } field in the 100-yard
backstroke and 200-yard freestyle.
THE DIVINGTRIO of freshman Kim
Vigiletti, sophomore Liz Wright and
senior Laurie Sloan achieved season-
high efforts, as all three women
cracked the AIAW national qualifying
standard. Isaac said, he was par-
ticularly pleased his divers performed
well without opposition - Eastern
didn't bring its diving team to Ann Ar-
The triumph boosted the Wolverines'
overall mark to 4-2, while Eastern's
record slipped to 6-2.
Swimmers swamp Illini
Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Michigan's men
swimmers completed a successful two-
meet road swing and tuned up for a
showdown with national powerhouse
Indiana by destroying Illinois, 93-20,
here yesterday.
The Wolverines, who face the defen-
ding Big Ten champions in Matt Mann
Pool next Friday night, swam to victory
in all 13 events against a much-weaker
Illini squad. Double winners included
John Williamson in the 500- and 1,000-
yard freestyle, Bug Murray in the 50-
and 100-yard freestyle; and Tom Er-
nsting in the 200-yard individual medley
and 200-yard breaststroke.
RON M4ERRIOTT continued his
dominance of the diving board by win-
ning both the one- and three-meter
events. Other individual Michigan win-
ners included Bruce Gemmell in the
200-yard backstroke, John Slykhouse in

the 200-yard freestyle, and Tom Dudley
in the 200-yard butterfly.-
Among the relay team winners were
Murray, Mark Noetzel, Kirstan Van-,
dersluis and Tom Pderson in the 400-
yard freestyle relay, and Ernsting,
Noetzel, Scott Crowder and Paco
tana in the 400 medley relay.
Michigan, which defeated Purdue in
West Lafayette Friday night, extended
its dual meet record to 3-1 with the win
over Illinois. The Wolverines are now 2-
1 against Big Ten teams.
Gymnasts 3d in tri-meet
Special to the Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Newt Loken and
his Michigan men gymnasts ran into a
pair of national gymnastic giants
yesterday in Williams Arena, and came
out on the bottom end of a triangular
Iowa State, which has been ranked up
among the nation's top 10 teams all
season long, rolled up a 280.50 total 'to
win the meet,. while defending Big Ten
champion Minnesota finished second
with 266.80. The Wolverines trailed with
a tally of 256.25.
"I WAS PLEASED with our effort,
but Iowa State and Minnesota had too
much depth for us," said Loken. He ad-
ded that the Wolverines were "really
hurt" by the absence of junior all-
arounder Al Berger, who was sidelined
with an illness.
Michigan's highest finisher was Mike
Pfrender, who placed third on the high
bar with a score of 9.35. Defending con-
ference still rings champion Darrell
Yee placed fourth in his specialty by
tallying a 9.45 mark.

All-arounder Marshall Garfield
-posted a career-high 53.95 in the all-
around, while his 9.25 mark on the
parallel bars signified his second best
score in that event.
The gymnasts, who sport a 1-5 season
mark, return to Ann Arbor to face ar-
chrival Michigan State next Saturday
night at Crisler Arena. The meet begins
at 7:30 p.m.
Matmen down Illinois
Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Feasting on its
second Big Ten opponent in as many
nights, Michigan's wrestlers captured
six of ten matches and rolled to an easy
23-12 victory over Illinois last night.

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Alpha Delta Phi 37, Acacia 31
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Fiji 43, Acacia 21
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