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SPORTS

ie Michigan Doily:

Friday, March 5, 1982

Page 10

Cagei
By MARK FISCHER
special to the Daily
;WEST LAFAYETTE- In a contest
4ich at times resembled more of a
O~ockdown brawl than a basketball
me,k Purdue TKOed Michigan 9077,
last night in Mackey Arena.
.The referees called 'a total of six
*hnical calls, including four against
l0ichigan in the second half, which
llped the Boilermakers break open a
tight but contact-filled game.
"The game was physical, and
anytime it gets real physical it's to our
disadvantage," said Michigan coach
Bill Frieder.
Purdue outshot Michigan from the
floor, 65 to 51 percent, and outreboun-
ded the visitors, 32-22. The Boiler-
makers point total was the highest tur-
ned out by any one team in a Big Ten
game this season.
"IT GOES back to our matchups,"
said Frieder. "We're just too small to
guard a team like Purdue."
"Edmonson is a tall guard and we
had trouble matching up on him," said
Michigan captain Thad Garner. "He
took us inside and he was hard to stop."

rs trounced,
Edmonson, Scearce
lead Boilermakers

)0-77
stanza to take a 50-46 lead at 14:17.
It was then that the referees took
over. In a span of 1:39 the zebras called
three technicals against Wolverines,
one on guard Eric Turner and a pair of
two shot bench techs on Frieder.
At any rate, when the little "tea par-
ty" was over, Purdue had scored eight
straight points to go up, 55-46.
Yet neither Frieder nor Michigan
guard Dan Pelekoudas felt the
technicals had a great deal of bearing
on the final result.
"The turning point came after the
techicals, we fought back and fought
back and then two times in a row we
came down and had good shots and
neither onenof them fell," said
Pelekoudas,

Garner tallied team highs of 25 points
and 11 rebounds himself, and in doing
so became only the 19th Wolverine ever
to score over 1,000 career points. The 6-
7 senior needs just 11 more rebounds in
Michigan's final two games to become
only the seventh Blue cager to top both
1,000 points and 600 boards.
Michigan had a particularly tough
time matching up with Boilermaker
guard Keith Edmonson. The 6-5 senior
hit on 14 of 19 field goals to lead all
scorers with 34 points and take the lead
in the conference scoring race from In-
diana's Ted Kitchel.
Purdue forward Mike Scearce added
10 rebounds and 18 points on 8 for 13
shooting, but was ejected from the
game with 8:26 left when he hit Leslie
Rockymore in the face after the
Wolverine guard stole the ball from
him.

ROCKYMORE wasn't sure if the shot
was intentional, but said that Scearce
was "kind of upset."
"EARLIER IN the game we both
went up for a rebound and I brushed
him in the face," said Rockymore. "I
don't know if it carried into the game."
After a close first half which included
nine lead changes and eight ties, and
ended with the score tied at 35-35, Pur-
due came on strong early in the second

s

Boiled over

MICHIGAN
MinFG/AFT/A

PURDUE
MinFG/A FT/A

R A PF Pts

Garner..........
Hopson ..........
Person.........
Pelekoudas.......
Carter .......
Turner..........
Rockymore........
Brown...........
Rudy...........
Hall . ............
Totals ...........

39 11/20
17 1/5
33 4/8
31 3/5
13 1/4
40 7/16
24 7/10
1 0/0.
1 0/0
1 1/1
200 35/69

3/4
0/1
0/0
0/0
1/3
3/3
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
7/11

R
11
3
3
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
22

A
3
2
3
5
0
9
3
0
0
0
25

PF Pts
4 25
1 2
5 8
4 6
3 3
3 17
1 14
1 0
1 0
02
23 77

Scearce..........31 8/13
Eter .............. 19 1/4
Cross.............. 37 4/6
Hall.............35 2/3
Edmonson........38 14/19
Palomibivio........ 19 5/5
Stallings...........5 0/0
Kitchel............7 0/0
Gamper.........2 0/0
Klawson..........2 0/1
Peterson .......... 2 0/0
Benson............ 1 0/1
Bullock............ 1 0/0
Lawson ........... 1 0/0
Team rebounds

2/3 10 1 4 18

0/0
7/9
0/0
6/11
0/0
2/2
2/4
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
3/5

0
3
9
5
t1
0
I
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
15
4
314
10
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
3

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STARTING MARCH 9

Technicals: Purdue (bench); Turner, Michigan
(bench); Michigan (bench); Scearce. Purdue;

KELLY TRIPUCKA reaches over Chicago Bulls Ronnie Lester (left) and
David Greenwood for a tip-in during last night's game in Pontiac. See Story,
page 12.

Totals............200 34/52 22/34

32 20 16 90

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:

Illini topple
CHAMPAIGN, (AP) f- Illinois, behind h
shooting by senior guard Craig Tucker and
James Griffin, upset 11th-ranked Iowa 73-67 i
night.
The Illini staged a frantic second-half rally a
16 points with 13:21 to go. Illinois chipped am
and made two crucial steals in the final minute
ILLINOIS got only its second lead of the ga:
time when forward Bryan Leonard hit two fr
4:09 to go. The Illini, 9-8 in the Big Ten ant
never relinquished the lead.
For Iowa, the loss was its fourth in the last
dropped the Hawkeyes to 12-5 in the Big Ten ar
The Hawkeyes had gone nto the game tied with
the conference lead..
Kennry Arnold was the game-high scorer
14 of them on free throws. 'Freshman centerl
got 16 and senior forward Kevin Boyle added 1
Illinis' leading scorers were Griffin and 7
each. Range got 15 and Leonard added 13 for t
Minnesota 54, Michigan State 5
MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - Gary Holmes
throws with 11 seconds left to lift No. 7 Minn
victory last night over Michigan State, givir
sole possession of first place in the Big Ten.
Minnesota raised'its record to 13-4 in the c

Hawkeyes, 73-67
ot second-half overall, and gained the Big Ten lead on Iowa's 73-67 overtime
senior center loss at Illinois. Michigan State fell to 6-11,11-16.
n overtime last Minnesota held a 52-46 lead with 26 seconds left but the
Spartans scored five unanswered points to pull within 52-51
ifter trailing by with 11 seconds remaining on Sam Vincent's driving layup.
at the lead But Vincent, who led the Spartans with 13 points, was
vay awhistled for an offensive foul, sending Holmes to the.free
e throw line.
me in the over- OhoSae7,Wsosn7
ee throws with State 77 Wisconsin 75
d 16-10 overall, MADISON, (AP') - Clark Kellogg's 16-foot jump shot with*
two seconds remaining gave Ohio State a 77-75 Big Ten
six games and basketball victory over upset-minded Wisconsin last night.
nd 20-6 overall. After the game, beleaguered Wisconsin Coach Bill Cofield
h Minnesota for announced he was resigning, effective after his team's final
game Tuesday against Marquette in Milwaukee.
with 20 points, The victory kept the Buckeyes' Big Ten title hopes alive,
Michael Payne improving their record to 12-5 in the conference and 21-8
3 points. overall.
Tucker with 16 Indiana 79, Northwestern 49
he Illini.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)- Randy Wittman and Steve
r lBouchie scored 17 points apiece, while Ted Kitchel added 17
sank two free as the Indiana Hoosiers routed Northwestern 79-49 Thursday
esota to a 54-51 to avenge an earlier Big Ten Conference basketball loss.
ng the Gophers Indiana, still hoping to receive the opportunity to defend its
NCAA championship by receiving an at-large bid Sunday.
conference, 21-5 scored the game's first six points and were never caught.

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Big Ten
Standings

Minnesota........
Iowa.............
Ohio State........
Indiana...........
Purdue .............
Illinois...........
Michigan State ....
Northwestern......
Wisconsin ..........

Conf.
W' L
13 4
12 5
12 5
11 6
10 7
9 8
6 11
4 13
3 14

Overall
W L
21 5
20 6
21 8 "
17 9
13 13
16 10
11 16
8 18
6 19

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Last Night's Scores
Purdue 90, MICHIGAN,77
Ohio State 77, Wisconsin 75
Minnesota 54, Michigan State 51
Illinois 73, Iowa 67
Indiana 79, Northwestern 49

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