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Page 10-Friday, January 28, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Boilermakers nip

Blue in

OT,

80-77

(Continued from Page 1)
IN THE FINAL seven seconds of the
second overtime, however, Turner
dribbled all the way upcourt and
maneuvered to the left side, stopped,
and sank a 21-foot three-pointer to set
up the final period.
In the final overtime period, Purdue
had a four-point lead when Boilermaker
Dan Palombizio hit the front end of a
one-and-one to stretch the margin to 79-
74 with just 33 seconds left. Even that
however ,did not wrap it up.
Michigan forward Robert Henderson
hit a three-point shot from the top of the
key to close it to 79-77. With 21 ticks left,
Michigan fouled Clawson and he went
to the line for free throws. His second
miss set up Turner's final two shots.
FOR THE GAME, Purdue made only
four-of-12 from outside the 21-foot
mark, but made them when it counted.
Michigan was two-for-four from three-
point range.
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MICHIGAN coach Bill Frieder said
he fears Rockymore may be out for the
season with torn ligaments, however he
will not know the guard's complete
prognosis until Monday.
Turner lost his only other backcourt
mate late in the first overtime when 6-2
guard Dan Pelekoudas fouledout of the
game. 6-11 center Tim McCormick
soon joined Pelekoudas after he was
tagged with his fifth foul six seconds in-
to the second overtime.
Going into the contest, the Michigan
game plan was to try to stop Purdue's
All-Big Ten center Russell Cross. The
6-10 junior scored 20 points, but was
held in check for most of the night by
the fierce defense of McCormick and
235-pound freshman Butch Wade.
Cross scored only 13 of his 20 points in
regulation. The tag team of Wade and
McCormick denied Cross the ball all
evening long and kept him away from
the boards. Meanwhile, Henderson
collected 10 rebounds for the
Wolverines, all after halftime.
The loss was the fifth straight for
theWolverines against Purdue and
dropped their Big Ten record to 2-5 (11-6
overall). Purdue is now 4-2 in the con-
ference and 13-3 overall.

Cross
... 20 points, 13 rebounds
Turner led all scorers with 32 points,
including seven of eight from the foul
line. He also passed for seven assists
while playing all 55 minutes.
Turner was forced to go all the way
due to an injury midway through the
first half to Michigan guard Leslie
Rockymore. Rockymore was taken out
of the game after he undercut Purdue's
Jim Bullock on a fast break. The 6-3
guard injured his knee and did not,
return to the contest.

I

MICHIGAN
MinFG/A FT/A

Overplayed
R A PF Pts.

Rellford........... 24'

Henderson ........
McCormick .
Turner ..........
Rockymore........
Wade..............
Person ..........
Pelekoudas. ..
Rudy...........
Tarpley .........
Team ...........
TOTALS.........

48
38
55
11
38
26
32
1
2

3/4
3/9
5/10
12/22
2/6
3/7
0/2
1/1
0/0
0/0

0/0
1/2
2/2
7/8
0/0
5/8
0/0
2/3
0/0
0/0

4
10
4
5
1
2
3
2
0
3

0
I
0
7
0
0
4
0

2
2
5
4
2
4
3
S
2
0

6
0
12
32
4
11
0
4
0
0,

PURDUE
Min FG/A FT/A R A PF Pts.

Bullock............ 43
Palombizio........ 45
Cross.............. 55

4/5 3/6
3/4 3/5
8/19 4/6

11 0
5 0
13 0

Hall ............... 44 4/8 5/5 0 6
Clawson.........28 3/8 4/6 1 0
Reid..............335/10 3/4 0 6
Eifert............. 22 0/0 0/0 2 0
Gadis............ 5 0/1 0/2 1 0

4 11
1 10
1 20
5 13
1 11
5 15
5 0
1 0

Daily Photo by SCOTT ZOITON

Michigan guard Eric Turner moves to the hoop past Russell Cross (40) of Purdue during last night's 80-77 Boilermaker
victory in triple overtime. The Boilermakers' Dan Palombizio (22) watches the action.

Team.............
TOTALS ........

5
27/55 22/34 38 12 23 80

29/61 17/23 35 13 29 77

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EAST LANSING (UPI) - Junior
guard Derek Harper pumped in 17 of his
game-high 25 points in the second half
of last night to boost Illinois to a 78-71
Big Ten triumph over Michigan State at
Jenison Fieldhouse.
Harper came to the Illini rescue with
his sharp shooting as the Spartans
overcame a 17 point first half deficit to
tie the contest early in'the second half.
THE ENTIRE Illini quinitet was hot
from the floor in the first half, hitting a
scorching 15 of 20 from the field to enter
the intermission with a 38-31 lead.
Illinois outscored Michigan State 9-2
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vantage. But Michigan State rallied
and scored the final 8 points to pull
within 7 by the half.
Harper sailed out Illinois in the
second half with Michigan State
sophomore Sam Vincent on the bench
with foul trouble. Freshman Patrick
Ford drew the assignment of trying to
stop the 6-foot-4 Harper, who scored 10
of Illinois' first 16 points of the second
half.
THE SPARTANS came back to a 46-
46 tie early in the final half, but Harper
and Efrem Winters combined for 8 of
the Illini's next 13 points as the visitors
eased to a 59-54 advantage.
Winters added 16 for Illinois while
Bryan Leonard had 11 and Anthony
Welch 10. Freshman guard Scott Skiles
matched his career-high of 18 points
to lead Michigan State, while Derek
Perry had 17 and Kevin Willis pitched
in 11.
Illinois upped its record to 13-6
overall and 3-3 in the conference, while
Michigan State, 9-8 overall falls to 2-3 in
the Big Ten.
Ohio State 89, Iowa 83
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Troy
Taylor sank six free throws in the final
minute of the second cvertime to lift
Ohio State to an 89-83 victory over No.
14 Iowa in a battle of Big Ten Conferen-

ce basketball contenders last night.
Iowa led 83-80 with 1:30 left after
guard Bob Hansen hit a jump shot and
sank two free throws, but the Hawkeyes
committed three costly turnovers dowr
the stretch after Hansen and fellow
guard Steve Carfino fouled out.
A SLAM dunk by Granville Waiters
cut the Iowa leadto 83-82 with 1:15
remaining and Taylor hit two free
throws with 34 seconds left after
stealing the ball from Iowa's Todd
Berkenpas to put the Buckeyes ahead
for good. Two more Iowa turnovers
followed and Taylor sank a pair of free
throws after each to seal the victory.
Waiters scored 21 points and Taylor
added 18 to lead the Buckeyes, who
moved into a second-place tie with
Minnesota in the Big Ten at 4-2 and
went to 12-4 overall. Iowa, which got 24
points from Greg Stokes and 16 from
Hansen, fell to 3-3 and 12-4.
Stokes sent the game into the second
overtime when he caught a length-of-
the-court inbounds pass from Carfino
with three seconds left and banking in a
layup to tie the score at 76-76.
Big Ten Standings
Conference Overall
W L W L
Indiana ...................5 f 15 1
Minnesota............4 2 12 3
Purdue.................4 2 13 3
Ohio State .................4 2 12 4
Iowa ......................3 3 12 4
Illinois ..................3 3 13 6
Northwestern .............2 4 11 5
Wisconsin ..............2 4 7 8
MICHIGAN ...............2 5 11 6
Michigan State ...........2 5 9 8

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