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SPORTS

Page 10

Friday, February 13, 1981

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ousts 'M',

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Blue falls from first

(Continued from Page 1)
pumped in 17 of 27 shots from the floor
for a game-high 37 points, one shy of his
own career high.
But even McGee's outstanding effort
wasn't enough to stop Ohio State. After
the record breaking shot, which pulled
Michigan to within four, the Buckeyes
reeled off a decisive 14-4 spurt on the
Wolverines to go up, 35-21, with seven
minutes left in the half.
The two teams basically traded
baskets for the rest of the stanza (OSU
leading, 50-35 at the half), but the
damage had been done.
"YOU CAN'T LET Ohio State get
Penn-manship
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Min
McGee.............37
Garner ............30
Heunerman........35
Johnson,..........33
Bodnar............28
McCormick........13
James............ 6
Person........... 5
Burton........... 8
Pelekoudas ........ 2
Brown............1
Antonides ......... 1
Hopson............ 1
Team Rebounds
Totals.............200

R A PF Pts
0-0 1 2 37
0-2 2 5 9
4-3 3 4 12
3-1 3 0 16
0-2 0 4 5
1-1 0 2 3
1-1 1 1 0
0-1 1 2 0
1-1 0 0 4
0-0 0 0 0
0-0 0 0 0
0-0 0 1 1
0-0 0 0 0
0
22 11 23 87

ahead like we did in the first half,"
lamented Michigan mentor Bill
Frieder. "We just didn't do the job in a
lot of respects to hang in with them."
The Blue cagers were by no means
ready to throw in the towel, however, as
they went into a full court press im-
mediately following the intermission.
The press worked - at least for a while
- as Johnny Johnson (16 points) and
McGee capitalized on press-forced
steals with three quick buckets each.
That brough the Wolverines to within
eight, 55-47, less than two-and-a-half
minutes into the second stanza.
Ohio State came back with three
straight hoops of its own minutes later
to go ahead by 14, however, and
regained the momentum once again,
and-as it turned out-for good.
"We did a good job of coming back in
the second half," said Frieder. "But
just like the Iowa game, we had too far
to go against a very talented team."
Big Ten
Standings
Conference Overall
W L W L
Iowa ..................... 8 3 16 4
Indiana ................. 8 3 15 8
MICHIGAN .............. 7 4 16 4
Illinois ................... 7 4 15 5
Purdue ................... 7 4 14 6
Ohio State ................ 7 4 12 8
Minnesota ................ 5 6 13 7
Michigan State...........3 8 9 11
Wisconsin ................ 2 9 8 11
Northwestern..........1 10 7 13
Last Night's Scores
Purdue 63. Michigan State 48
Indiana 86, Northwestern 52
Ohio State 105, MICHIGAN 87
Illinois 84, Wisconsin 65
Iowa 60, Minnesota 58, OT

OHIO STATE

Min
Kellogg ........... 37
Smith..............25
Williams...........35
Scott .............. 21
Penn ............. 30
Kirchner.........11
Huggins............29
Waiters ........... 5
Haas .............. 3
Miller............. 2
Major ...... ....1
Campbell.......... 1
Team Rebounds
Totals........... 200

R A PF Pts
5-14 5 3 22
1- 0 5 16
1-2 2 3 24
0-0 2 2 4
0-0 5 0 24
1-1 0 2 4
1-2 2 3 4
1-1 0 2 3
0-0 0 0 2
1-0 0 0 2
0-0 0 0 1
0-0 0 0 0
33 16 20 105

OHIO STATE'S CLARK Kellogg rips do
right out of the hands of Michigan's II
(15).

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
)wn one of his game high 19 rebounds
ke Person (52) and Paul Heuer man
McGee
really nice to have, and Cazzie Russell
was a great, great player. I never saw
him play, but I understand he was just a
remarkable player. I wish he could
have been there."
Two more records -the Big Ten all-
time scoring mark for all games and
the one for conference play - are now
within McGee's grasp. He needs 131
points to break Rick Mount's tota of
2,323.,
At present, however, McGee is con-
cerned only with winning. "We've
worked too hard this year for me to give
any less than 100 percent attention to
winning the rest of our basketball
games," he said.
g down is

for matmen
proach. "I come in way overweight,
and the first couple of days I don't
worry about it. The last couple of days,
I cut like crazy," Rechsteiner said. He
said that his methods for losing weight
are abstaining from food and riding a
bike inthe sauna.
Sometimes the wrestlers go to ex
tremes and have to drop a little more
weight than they would like to. "In
nationals last year, I lost eight-and-a-
half pounds in two hours," Haughn
said, "but I only stayed that way for 20
minutes."
Rechsteiner said that his maximum
weight loss for a day was eight pounds,
and even 118-pound Joe McFarland
says that the most he has lost in one day
is six-and-a-half pounds - quite a lo
for someone his size.
Bahr stressed that too much of a
weight loss isn't good for the wrestlers,
and he discourages them from "boun-
cing around" in differnt weight classes.
"If they'd just eat a little," Bahr said,
"they might not have a problem."
Rechsteiner, who admitted that he is
"the worst" weight-loser on the team,
perhaps put the squad's weight-loss
method into the proper perspective.
"On the last day, we don't eat anythin
... and we pray."
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The game belonged to Ohio State, but
the night belonged to Mike McGee.
McGeerthe senior forward who has
been one of the most brilliant offensive
performers in Big Ten history, last
night became Michigan'sall-time
leading scorer, surpassing the legen-
dary Cazzie Russell's total of 2,164
midway through the first half.
THE SHOT WHICH lifted McGee
ahead of Russell came at 11:21 of the
opening session. He broke loose in the
right corner and unleashed a perfect 18-
foot jumper to etch his name in
Wolverine immortality.
But McGee wasn't finished. Before
the evening had ended, he was to score
37 points - one short of his career high,
set in 1978 - on 17 of 27 from the field
and three of six foul shots.
McGee was delighted that the historic

night for
ent cameearly so that he and his the game
s could concentrate on the congratula
ess of winning the ballgame. Un- Frieder, his
Lately, Ohio State had different Arena fans
coasting past Michigan, 105-87. momentum
VAS TRYING primarily to win the Michigan s
that's what is most important," points. h
e said afterward. "We've got to Last nigh
our heads up. The most important game not b
now is to go to East Lansing and the Buckey
back from the loss. The much mat
erines face Michigan State ceremony,
'row. and loud
landmark shot was followed by a followers w
mum of fanfare. Three weeks ago, native of On
r McGee topped the 2,000-point McGEE1
against Iowa, officials stopped great feelin

Mike
e so McGee could be
ted by head coach Bill
teammates, and the Crisler
s. After the timeout, the
swung in Iowa's favor, and
oon found itself down by 20
t Frieder requested that the
be halted, but with the way
es were shooting, it didn't
ter. Despite the lack of
McGee knew from the long
ovation that Wolverine
ere proud of this soft-spoken
maha.
WAS PROUD, too. "It's a
ng," he said. "Records are

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By CHUCK JAFFE
Most people would love to lose eight
pounds in one day. But when you're a
wrestler, losing eight' pounds in a day
sometimes becomes a weekly ex-
perience. In wrestling, one's weight af-
fects one's performance in the most
direct of ways: if you don't make your
weight class, you don't wrestle.
The problem of cutting weight con-
stantly plagues wrestlers, whose
weights vary an average of six to
twelve pounds every week. "The best
way (to lose weight) is to watch the
calories in the beginning of the season
and lose it over six to eight weeks," said
coach Dale Bahr. "But doing it the right

way and the way the wrestlers do it
are sometimes diametrically opposed."
Most wrestlers allow their weight to
rise almost eight pounds immediately
after a match. They then spend the
following week trying to work the
weight off in time for the next week's
weigh-ins. "I take protein and food sup-
plements, and I try to get down to eight
pounds (over wrestling weight) for the
last two days," said 134-pounder Larry
Haughn. "then I lose the liquids. Right
after you weigh in, you just suck back
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