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Egyptian19691209Salukis; Egyptian19691209Salukis.tif
Egyptian19691209Salukis; Egyptian19691209Salukis.tif
TitleEgyptian19691209Salukis; Egyptian19691209Salukis.tif
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TranscriptSalukis beat Iowa 73-67;
first win against Big Ten
Da*V t%, P'" ip*U Wrta*
SIU hit fin-lly avenged Us
vlnleee rccortl againm nig
Ir'n opponenta by upeetitng
he Unlveraliy of Iowa, 73-
>7, lor their Urn win In
One nirii agalnat ib tra-
llitonally povjerful corger-
ince. Ui-ri la rated |7ih
n ihe Milan.
Uving up ta SIU Coach
lick Hartmtn'a eiprctailone,
liter a meager 3 ol 21 field
[oal performance In SlU'a
rpener, Carbondale product
.JC. Ilnailcld UcrnuncU-lcJ
Ua outaide shooting abilities
if connecting on nine of len
ihota In Ihe tlret half fol-
owrd by a.300 performance
n it* aacond half io take In-
II vidua! acorlng honor* lor
wib teami wiih 27 polnta.
After being clown 3S-37 at
he half, StU reentered the
all game In a tone de tenet
ifier playing their traditional
nan-to-man defense the (tret
lalf* Thla evidently pared
iff for iha Salukla aa tney
•eld Iowa to 29 polnta In
be aacond half,
"Iowa cams lo Carbondale
■pecting to aaw a man-to -
nin ilcftrnae, ao wriaeoucotly
re iwliched to a tone/' aald
f in man. "1 Ibought we play-
d Quite a bit better than laat
reek. Our defense was greai-
y Improved and our rsbound-
ng wag etceptional, wtiich la
[ulte a feat for our alda."
Muih io Ihe aurprlaa of
lanman, the Salukla outra-
oundad tha taller llawfcayss
19 to 31. Thla la particularly
mpreaalra when coneluarrlng
HU'a Iron line eiande ft-5,
i-4 and 6-3 whila Iowa'a
owe red at 6-7, 0-7 and 6-3.
KU'e lack of heigh* waa aup-
tooad to bw ih No. I doled tbia year. However,
hey have outnbounded their
rfpoalilon at an average of
15.3 to 39.3 after ihe flrei
wo contests. Draafleld led
this department with II
Hawkey* Coach Ralph Mil-
Bt had nothing but pralaa
or Iks vlctorloue Salukla.
filler aald, "I ihougN they
milled their laltta very well,
heir polee waa suslwM,
and ihey ahowed ibe mark of
a we II-disciplined I -all club.
They're going to have a good
Millrr admlltrd surprise* at
the Salukl'a defense In Ihe
necond hall. "EvcMihlng w
had aeen ol ihe Salukla had
been man-to-man. I moat
admli iliat wc were stymied
when we faced that tone (In
the second half).'* Inatesd
of trying to combat the tone,
wo hist kind of atood around,
awestruck...and that's what
killed ua.
"I waa euremcly dlsap-
pointed In our detente. Jim
Hodge aaw more action thla
game ihan hie whole career,
wiib tho abeanco of Fred
liniwn. | though, he did a
fine >ib in holding Garrett's
ahootlng game, but Mill Garrett penetrated well and act
up aonw good plav*. Ho'a
a hard toy to atop.'
Garrett waa held io four
polnta In the corneal. Thla
came aurprlalngly after hla
24 point performance in ihe
laat game. Ilartman, bow-
er, ■•• still enremely
pleated with hlaporformancca
''He (Garrett) haa got a lot
of noise for a sophomore, "
aald Ilartman. Harimanwcni
on io aay that hla ball handling
and aaalata more than <Jf-
aeited hie peraonal acorlng.
Garrett waa relieved wlih
ten minutee remaining In the
!imc ifmr (ailing and
rualng hla left kn*e. After
ih gam*, Garrett commented
that he waa aura nerloua
damage waa Incurred.
Stnlor Inter man lliucr
Dutchko aaw hla flrat action
of tha season la Saturday's
algfat'a game. Ilartman aald
h<j waa ffvpcclallypleaawdvtib
Outchko'a performance. "He
aaid that he fait good after
the game, " aald llariman.
IluichVo eank two Important
f rc throws oa a tenia atioa-
Uon to pas Ihe Salukla ahead
l*y five polnta with 6i30 remaining In Ihe game.
Tha other returning letter-
men, Rei Barker, boosted hla
field goal percentage by
acorlng os five of 10 from
ilia field.
Juaret Hoaborougli cos-.
tliejfd 10 eliow Improvement
aa a fine ahooter by acorlng
all field goala on eight at-
icmpta, and acorlng 16 points.
Noaborough la currently leading the team wlib field goal
percentage of.769 for both
game a.
I lanman complemented Roalaorough afier lite game
aa being "very quick, hating
good handa under Ihe baekei
and a senior."
Dob Rldrldge, having recovered conalderalily from
hla acre ibroai and fever of
laat week's game.agalnahow.
ed hla ahootlng ability while
making aliof llaiiemptafrom
out aide.
In the eccond half, ibe lead
dunged five tlroea In ihe flrat
10 minutes before Roaborougb
llr-lly put ihe Salukla ahead
io aiay.
Currenly, the aianJng five
of theSaluklaareallaveraglng
over len pointa per game.
Individual averages arei
Drasfleld 19, Uldrldgoll,
Roaborougb 13, Garrett It
and Barker !■■
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