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The Michigan Daily-Friday, March 6, 1981-Page 13

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
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Michigan Ensemble Theate

EAST LANSING (UPI)-Sophomore guard Herb Bostic
*ank the second of his two free throws with 22 seconds left in
overtime last night to give Michigan State an upset 71-70 vic-
tory over Big Ten leader Iowa.
Senior forward Mark Gannon of Iowa fouled Bostic with the
score tied 70-70. Bostic missed the first of his two free throws
but made the second to provide the margin of victory.
IOWA CALLED timeout with 18 seconds to play but was
unable to get off a clean shot.
Senior forward Vince Brooking of the Hawkeyes tied the
game, 60-60, with 5:40 to play and neither team scored again
uptil the overtime.
9 MSU's Kevin Smith led all scorers with 25 points while
senior center Jay Vincent scored 24 points.
Indiana 69, Illinois 66
CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Isiah Thomas and Ray Tolbert each
scored 14 points and Steve Risley added 10 in the second half
to lift No. 14 Indiana to a 69-66 triumph last night over No. 16
Illinois and into a tie for the Big Ten lead.
The Illini held a 56-55 edge with 7:10 remaining, but Indiana
put together an 8-2 scoring stretch to post a 63-58 lead with
3:01 remaining and never trailed. Indiana never led by more

than five, but the Illini failed to get closer than three over the
closing minutes.
WITH CRAIG TUCKER getting eight of his 14 points in the
first half, Illinois took a 32-28 lead into the locker room at
halftime.
But the Hoosiers roared out for the first eight points of the
second half to grab a 36-32 margin with 18:06 left, and the
Illini responded with five straight points to re-take the lead at
37-36.
Ohio State 93, Purdue 92
COLUMBUS, (AP)-A 10-foot jump shot from substitute
guard Ed Major with five seconds left in the third overtime
sparked Ohio State to a 93-92 Big Ten Conference victory over
Purdue on Thursday night.
The victory snaps a five-game losing streak for the
Buckeyes, now 8-9 in the league and 13-13 overall.
Major, who had scored only one point during the entire
season, came off the bench to score eight points, including
the winning shot.
Purdue had a last shot at winning the game, but Kevin
Stallings' 27-foot desperation shot at the buzzer rimmed the
basket.

Big Ten Standings

Conference
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Overall
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Iowa ............
Indiana..........
Illinois...........
Minnesota ..........
Purdue .............
MICHIGAN ........
Ohio State.........
Michigan State .....
Wisconsin........
Northwestern ......

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Henrik Ibsen's
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Sunday at 2pm and 8pmn
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Last Night's Results
MICHIGAN 83, Minnesota 67
Michigan State 71, Iowa 70
Indiana 69, Iowa 66
Wisconsin 60, Northwestern 57
Ohio State 93, Purdue 92 (3 OT)

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*NCAA ROUJN1)UP:
Vanderbilt upsets Wildcats, 60-55

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -
Freshman Al McKinney drilled seven
straight free throws in the final 21/2
minutes as Vanderbilt upset seventh-
*anked Kentucky, 60-55, last night in the
quarterfinals of the Southeastern Con-
ference basketball tournament.
Vanderbilt took the lead for good on a
pair of free throws by Willie Jones.
Vanderbilt, 15-13, was led in scoring by
Al Miller with 17 points. Sam Bowie and
Charles Hurt had 12 apiece for the
Wildcats.
North Carolina 69,
N.C. St. 54
* LANDOVER, Md. (AP)-Freshman
center Sam Perkins ignited an nine-
point run midway in the second half
Thursday night that carried the 12th-
ranked North Carolina Tar Heels to a
6954 victory over North Carolina State
in the first round of the Atlantic Coast
Conference basketball tournament.
With North Carolina leading by seven
points, Perkins scored seven con-
ecutive points for the Tar Heels and
4urd Mike Pepper capped the spurt
with a layup that gave North Carolina a
58-42 lead and a 16-point advantage, its
biggest of the evening.
Perkins wound up with 22 points to
lead the Tar Heels, and Al Wood scored
13:Art Jones led the Wolfpack with 14.
North Carolina, which finished

second during the ACC's regular
season, improved its record to 23-7
while N.C. State, seventh in the ACC,
dropped to 14-13.
Tie for Ivy
PHILADELPHIA (AP)-A one-game
Ivty League playoff match will be held
Tuesday if the University of Pen-
nsylvania and Princeton finish in a tie
for the league's college basketball
crown.
The winner of the 8 p.m. game would
receive the Ivy League berth in the
NCAA tournament.
Both teams were 11-1 in league play,
losing to each other during the season.
Both will close out the season this
weekend, each playing home games
against Columbia and Cornell.
Virginia 76,
Georgia Tech 47
LANDOVER, (AP)-Ralph Sam-
pson, Virginia's 7-foot-4 center, scored
20 points and, despite drawing two
technical fouls, led the fourth-ranked
Cavaliers to a 76-47 romp over Georgia
Tech yesterday in the opening round of
the Atlantic Coast Conference basket-
ball tournament.
Virginia took command midway
through the first half by scoring 12 con
secutive points and taking a 21-8 lead
with 6:29 left before intermission. The

Cavaliers stretched that lead to as
many as 34 points, 74-40, on a free throw
by Terry Gates with 1:50 to play.
Virginia led 34-14 at the half, holding
Georgia Tech to five field goals in the
first 20 minutes, and the Cavaliers used
their entire bench in the second half.
Virginia's record now is 25-2, in-
cluding a 13-1 conference-leading mark,
and Tech dropped to 4-23.

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