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SPORTS

The University of Michigan
Dept. of Recreational Sports
presents

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The Michigan Daily
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By BOB WOJNOWSKI
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - Clark Kellogg's 21-
foot baseline jumper with 45 seconds
left gave Ohio State the lead, and the
Buckeyes *urvived a frantic final 30
seconds to hold. on, as they defeated
Michigan, 64-63, before 13,591
screaming partisans in St. John's
Arena last night.
After Kellogg's jumper put the Bucks
ahead, Michigan freshman sensation
Eric Turner missed a 25-footer with 20
seconds left and, after a wild scramble,
Ohio State's Larry Huggins came out of
the pack with the ball.
THAD GARNE'R fouled Huggins with
14 seconds remaining, and the

Friday, February 19,1982

Page 11

KELLOGG LEADS 64-63 WIN

edges
Wolverines called a time-out to make
him think about the ensuing free
throws.
The strategy apparently worked as'
Huggins, an 89-percent foul shooter,
missed the free throw and Turner
rebounded. He pressed the ball upcourt,
was quickly double-teamed, and laid it
off to Garner at the top of the key with
five seconds left. Garner held the bill,
then twisted and let loose with an off-
balance 25-footer that hit the rim twice
before falling off as the buzzer sounded.
"Sometimes you'd rather be lucky
than good," said Ohio State head Coach
Eldon Miller. "I'd rather be good, but
tonight we were lucky."
IT WAS AN entertaining game to say

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the least. After a lackadaisical!
in which neither squad led by m
seven points, the two teams can
out of the gate in the second hal
Turner, who wowed the cro
some impressive long-range sh
the first half, banged a jumperi
top of the key to start the secon
and bring Michigan to with
From there, the team see-s
Kellogg attempted to match Tu
shot-for-shot showdown.
A three-point play by Tur
15:34 left gave the Wolverines t
lead of the game at 39-38. Afte
out, Buckeye forward Tony C
slammed one, Huggins hit a
and Kellogg stole the ball and
another to put Ohio State up, 4
whip the crowd into a frenzy.
BUT MICHIGAN came bad
outside shooting of Turner,
eight of 10 in the second half. A
he nailed two free throws with'
Michigan had its biggest lea
game, 57-51. The Buckeyes ca
back, though, and when gu
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first half Stokes hit a pair of free throws with 5:02
pore than left the game was tied at 59.
me flying Michigan took its final lead of the
if. game with 1:13 remaining, when Gar-
owd with ner slammed a reverse lay-up to make
sooting in it 63-62, and set up the last-second
from the heroics by Kellogg.
ad stanza "I came off of a good pick and I was
in 28-26. open," said Kellogg. "Fortunately I
awed as knocked it home."
irner in a "THEY DID A good job on Eric
making him give up the ball," said
ner with Michigan coach Bill Frieder in referen-
heir first ce to the last 14 seconds.
er a time Turner finished with 23 points on 10-
Campbell for-18 shooting, while Kellogg scored 21
jumper, points on 10-for-14 shooting.,
d dunked And Frieder was bubbling with praise
44-39, and for the 6-7 Buckeye forward.
"We're little kids out there and he's a
ck on the man," said the Michigan coach. "He's
who hit just a man among boys."
And when The win avenged the Buckeyes' 62-60
7:41 left, overtime loss to Michigan three weeks
ad of the ago and moved Ohio State to 17-8 on the
ime right season. Michigan falls to 4-9 in the Big
ard Ron Ten and 5-16 overall.'
ccks by a nose
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MICHIGAN

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Hopson..........
Garner . ........
Person..........
Turner..........
Pelkoudas .........
Rockymore........
Carter.............
Team Rebounds
Totals...........

1s
40
40
40
31
11
20

FG/AFG/A R
3/5 0/0 6
3/7 1/3 6
6/8 0/0 7
10/18 3/3 2
3/7 0/0 0
0/1 1/2 3
4/6 0/0 3
3
29/52 5/8 30

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2
4
6
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0

26
27
2 12
4 23
3 6
1 1
1 8

Kellogg.........
Campbell .......
Waiters...........:
Huggons..........
Taylor ............
Stokes.....4.......
Johnson ...........
Kirchner ..........
Jones ...........
Simms..........
Team Rebounds
Totals...........

39
33
32
38
22
10
4
8
10
4

10/14 1/3 9
8/15 3/3 2
3/4 1/2 3
3/6 0/1, 1
2/4 1/2 0
0/1:4/4 2
0/2 0/0 1
0/0 0/0 1
1/1 0/1 0
0/1 0/0 0
2
27/48 10/16 21

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15 15 63

Technical fouls; Campbell
Attendance: 13,591

12 13 64

Halftime score: Ohio State 28, Michigan 24
Big Ten
Standings
Conf. Overall
W L W L
Iowa ............... 11 2 19 3
Minnesota .......... 10 3 18 4
Ohio State...........8 5 17 8
Indiana ............9 4 15 7
Purdue..............7 6 10 12
Michigan State ..... 5 7 10 12
MICHIGAN ........ 4 9 5 16
Northwestern ...... 3 10 7 14
Wisconsin...........1 12 4 17

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
SOPHOMORE LORI Gnatkowski drivestoward the basket in last night's
game against Saginaw Valley, which the Cardinals won 68-67. See story,
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Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS- Eric Turner has
begun to do something that freshmen.
rarely do-he's taking control of his
team. Thad Garner may be Michigan's
captain and lone senior, but it is Turner
who makes the Wolverines go.
For the second game in a row, the 6-3
guard caught fire from the outside.
Against Northwestern last Thursday,
turner put on a one-man show to lead
the Wolverines to a 45-44 victory. In that
game he hit seven consecutive shots, en
route to a 22-point output.
LAST NIGHT his hot hand wasn't
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Michigan 64-63. But Turner was every
bit as impressive as he had been again-
bst the Wildcats. He made eight of his
last ten shots, with most of his 23 points
coming from the twilight zone in a very
tight ball game.
"I have confidence in myself, and we
need someone to look to in the clutch,"
said Turner. "I've tried to fill that
role."
As the contest drew to a close, Turner
once again tried to "come through in
the clutch," but he was unable to
deliver. With 20 seconds remaining and
the Wolverines down, 64-63, Turner took
a bomb from the top of the key that
missed.

"ERIC'S LAST shot was the type he'd
been making all game," said Michigan
head coach Bill Frieder.
But this setback hasn't changed Tur-
ner's role on the team. He is still the
player that the Wolverines will have
run the show in the future.
"The last two games, he's had a hot
hand, and we've gone, to him," said.
Garner. "He may not always make the
shot with the game on the line, but he'll
always have it in his hand to set it up.
Now we all look to him to lead us, and
he's capable of doing that. Especially at
the end of the game.-
"I need to shoot when a game gets
near the end," said Turner. "I've been
getting more confident in my shot
lately, so I'm looking for the shot."
It was always expected that Turner
take control of the team, but that he has
done so this early in his career was not
invisioned.
'HE EVEN amazes me," said Gar-
ner. "I knew that he had the ability
because of the way he ran the show in
high school. I didn't think he could take
control of our team so quickly, but he
has."
'The fact that he has taken control of
the Wolverine team is explained by
Turner as "maturity and learning
something new each game. I'm lear-
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everything is falling into place for me."

"He's really just learned his role,"
said Garner. "He's progressed real
quick. People looked for that from him
when he first came in but he was just a
freshman. Now he has a little experien-
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Frieder, for one, couldn't be happier
at the progress made by Turner this
season. "He's a great player and
there's no use hiding him," he said.

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