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Page 12-Friday, January 29, 1982-The Michigan Daily

By BOB WOJNOWSKI
Gtiard Dan Pelekoudas unleashe
22-foot jumper from the corner that
nothing but net at the overtime bu:
and the crowd of 9,520 gathere
Crisler Arena unleashed a celebra
not seen in these parts for quite a whi
After all, it had been a long time.
PELEK H'UDAS' buzzer bomb fin
ended a pulsating struggle betw
Michigan and Ohio State, and
Wolverines had their second victor
the season, a 62-60 overtime sp

shocks Ohio State in. OT, 62-60

ed a
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ally
veen
the
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tingler that put a halt to their 11-game
losing streak.
And while the crowd basked in the
glow of victory for the first time since
Michigan's 80-58 win over Northern
Michigan on December 7, the hero was
fighting for his life.
"I saw the net swish, I saw the stands
'go up with all the arms, and then I just
saw blackness," said the sophomore
guard, who was bur:ied beneath an
avalanche of ecstatic Michigan
players.
The basket finally gave to the

Wolverines a game that should have
been theirs five minutes before.
Eric Turner stepped to the free throw
line with no time remaining in
regulation and the scored tied at 56, and
clanked two free throws off the iron to
send the game into overtime.-
"I THOUGHT when we let it get away
in regulation that we'd lost it," said
Michigan coach Bill Frieder. "But they
came back and how' they found five
more minutes of energy, I don't know."
Michigan seemed to have matters.
under control with 9:10 left to play when

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Ike Person hit a layup off of a Turner
feed'which gave the Wolverines a 54-44
lead.
But the mistakes which have plagued
the cagers all year returned at this
most inopportune of times, and an
eight-point Buckeye string cut
Michigan's lead to just 54-52 with 4:24
remaining.
Michigan forward Thad Garner then
missed a one-and-one free throw attem-
pt, but redeemed himself moments
later when he connected on both ends of
another one-and-one with 2:35 left to
give Michigan a 56-52 lead.
Ohio State senior forward Bryant
Johnson then went to work, hitting a
short pop with 2:14 left, and after Dean
Hopson missed the front end of a one-
and-one, Johnson put in an offensive
rebound to tie the game at 56 with 34
seconds remaining.
MICHIGAN inbounded and worked
the clock down to 13 seconds, called
time, and then set the play up for Tur-
ner, who was fouled at the buzzer by
Johnson.
After the free throw misses, the
crowd rose as one and gave the cagers
a standing ovation, something that
Buck off!

didn't go unnoticed by Frieder.
"That game was good for our fans
because they've been loyal through all
this,",he said. "And that ovation at the
end of regulation was just great."
Granville Waiters, Ohio State's 6-11
center, scored first in the overtime but
Person countered with a jumper to tie it
agsain.Waiters hit another one from the
top of the key with 3:42 left but
Turner retaliated from the corner to
tie it for the final time at 60.
Michigan got the ball back on a tur-
nover with two-and-a-half minutes

remaining and worked the clock down
to the final second, with Pelekoudas
taking a shot that wasn't even mea
for him.
''There wasn't even time to think,"
he said. "They double-teamed Eric and
he just found me."
Turner led all scorers with 20 points;.
18 in a brilliant first half. Clark
Kellogg, Ohio State's superlative junior
forward, scored 14 points and grabbed
17 rebounds: Michiganis now 2-13, Ohio
State is 13-6.

MICHIGAN
MinFG/A FT/A

R A PF Pts

Thad Garner ......
Willis Carter ......
Ike Person ........
Dan Pelekoudas ...
Eric Turner .......
Dean Hopson.......
Leslie Rockymore .
Team Rebounds
TOTALS ..........
O
Clark Kellogg .....
Tony Campbell ....
Granville Waiters .
Troy Taylor .......
Ron Stokes ........
Larry Huggins.....
Nate Sims........
Cliff Kirchner .....
Bryant Johnson....
Team Rebounds
TOTALS ..........

45
19
42
37
45
23
14

3/8
0/3
7/12
3/5
9/18
2/3
1/2

7/9
0/0
0/0
2/3
2/5
1/4
0/0

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1
10
3
4
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0

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3
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2
2

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2
3
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14
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20
5
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3
25/51 12/21 29

17 14 62

OHIO STATE
MInFG/AFT/A
45 7/18 0/0

R A PF Pts
17 1 3 14

29
31
25
37
32
4
6
16

5/12 2/3 1 0 4 12
3/6 1/3 8 0 0 7
1/5 3/4 1 2 3 5
4/8 0/0 1 1 2 8
3/6 0/0 2 1 2 6
0/1 2/2 0 0 1 2
0/0 0/0 0 0 2 0
3/6 0/1 6 0 4 6

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MICHIGAN.................:31
OHIO STATE...............27
Attendance: 9,520

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
s 5 21 60 MICHIGAN'S ERIC Turner splits a pair of Buckeyes as a confused Granville
25 62 Waiters (13) looks the opposite way. The Wolverines captured their first Big
Ten victory by a score of 62-60 in the overtime victory over the Buckeyes at
Crisler Arena.last night.
Iowa ni ps MSU, 57-56;
retains Big Ten lead

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of the fu ture?

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EAST LANSING (AP) - Kenny Ar-
nold and Steve Carfino scored 12 points
each to lead the No. 6 Iowa Hawkeyes to
a 57-56 Big Ten basketball victory over
Michigan State last night.
The triumph, before a sellout crowd
of 10,004 in Jenison Fieldhouse, im-
proved the league-leading Hawkeyes'
record to 6-1 in conference play and 14-2
for the season.
Michigan State fell to 3-4 in the con-
ference and 8-9 overall.
Iowa broke out of an 8-8 tie in the first
half by scoring seven straight points for
a 15-8 lead, with 11:24 remaining. The
Hawkeye's biggest lead of the half was
eight, 27-19, with 2:30 togo. Iowa led
27-21 at the half.
Minnesota 61,
Northwestern 53'
EVANSTON, (AP) - Trent Tucker
scored 18 points and Minnesota took
control in the second half last night as
the 10th-ranked Gophers defeated Nor-
thwestern, 61-53.
The score was tied three times early
in the second half before Gary;Holmes
put the Gophers ahead to stay at 37-35
Two free throws by Randy Breuer put
the Gophers ahead by four points and
Northwestern never could get closer.
The victory gave Minnesota a 5-2
record in the conference and 13-3

overall while Northwestern fell to 2-5
and 6-10., Jim Stack f'ed Northwestern
with 14 points.
Illinois 63, Purdue 48
WEST LAFAYETTE, (AP) -jam
Griffin scored 22 points and Illinois ou -
scored Purdue 14-5 in the closing
minutes to capture a 63-48 Big Ten
basketball victory last night.'
- Purdue's Keith Edmonson was the
game's high scorer with 29 points.
After trailing 32-2a at halftime, the
Boilermakers came back in the first six
minutes of the second half and took a 36
34 lead. But the Illini scored 10 straight
to lead 44-36 at the 10-minute mark.
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Minnesota.........
Indiana ........
Ohio State.......
Illinois ........ .
Purdue..........
Michigan State .....
Northwestern......
Wisconsin ..........
MICHIGAN.......

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5 2
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