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IPAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1994

THE MICHIGAN UIAIIY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1984

'OSU Good Team on Great Night'-Strack

SPORTS SHORTS:
U.S. Fially Wins Gold Medal

By GARY WINER
"We just ran into a good team
that had a great night," Coach
Dave Strack commented yesterday
with regard to his team's upset
86-86 basketball loss to Ohio State
Monday night at Columbus.
"Anytime a team like that starts
hitting so many 20-footers, you're
bound to be in trouble," he stated.
Strack's team ran into an in-
spired Buckeye squad that hit a
fantastic 65 per cent of its shots
in the second half while the Wol-
verines pumped in 16 of 33 shots
from the floor in the same period.
For the game, Ohio State drilled
in 34 of 66 for 51 per cent and
Michigan sank 31 of 68 attempts
for 45 per cent.
Bradds Goes Wild
Gary Bradds, who scraped to-
gether 27 points against the Wol-
verines in armpit-like Yost Field
House two weeks ago, canned 23
points in the last period. This
went with his 19 points in the
first half to make him the leading
scorer for the evening.
Cazzie Russell led Michigan
scoring with 30 points followed by
Bill Buntin's 26. Buntin sank 62.5
per cent of his field goal attempts.
Michigan dominated play for
most of the first half, although
the Buckeyes held on. The Wolver-
ines had a nine point lead three
times during that period at 18-9,
28-19, and 30-21. The latter score
was registered with seven minutes
remaining in the half and was to
be Michigan's peak for the eve-
ning.
Guard Bob Cantrell drilled home
a 15-footer with five minutes left
in the first period to give Mich-
igan a 35-27 lead, but the Buck-
eyes stormed back with eight
straight points to knot the con-
test.

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Playing nip-and-tuck basketball
from then on, the Wolverines held
a 41-39 lead with :42 left in the
period. A quick jumper by Bob
Dove and a free throw by Bradds
gave the Buckeyes their 42-41.
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halftime lead. Michigan, cooling
off, missed its last eight shots in
the half.
The second period picked up
where the first left off. Finally at
11:22, Ohio State took a 60-58
lead and were never headed from
then on.
Bill Triggers
Buntin and Larry Tregoning
brought the Wolverines back into
the game and the scoreboard read
84-81 with just over a minute re-
maining.
Buntin drilled home another
jumper at 1:02 leaving Michigan
just one point shy of the Buckeyes.
With a near-capacity crowd of
12,789 fans frantically screaming,
Ohio forward Jim Shaffer popped
AP CAGE POLL
1. UCLA (43) 17 0 484
2. Michigan (5) 15 1 429
3. Kentucky 15 2 372
4. Wichita 16 3 265
5. Davidson (1) 16 1 251
6. Villanova 16 1 242
7. Duke 13 3 199
8. Vanderbilt 14 2 121
9. Chicago Loyola 14 3 114
10. DePaul 13 1 75
Others receiving votes: Creighton,
Drake, Duquense, Illinois, Louis-
ville, New Mexico, Ohio U., Okla-
homa State, Oregon State, Provi-
dence, St. Bonaventure, St. Louis,
Tennessee, Texas Western, Utah
and Utah State.

in a jumper to give his team an
85-83 lead.
Michigan quickly brought the
ball downcourt and passed it into
Buntin. The big center hesitated
for a moment, then maneuvered
around his man to shovel the ball
up for a layup. The shot missed;
Buntin's tip missed again; Dar-
den's tip missed; then the third
and final tip by Russell rolled
around and off. The Buckeyes'
Tom Bowman then came down
with the rebound and was fouled
by Russell with only 13 seconds
left in the game.
Bowman Ices
Bowman swished his one shot
through and iced the game at 86-
83. Michigan quickly brought the
ball downcourt and Russell amaz-
ed the fans by popping in a long'
jump shot from outside the key
just seconds before the buzzer,
went off.
Massive St. John arena is a
tough place for any visiting team
to win a ball game. "I don't think
it was so much the crowd and the
arena, though," Strack comment-,
ed. "After all, the fans can't play,
the ball game for them. I will say
this, though: they don't have as
nice a crowd as they think they
do."
Ohio State's coach Fred Taylor
stated after the contest that his
defensive strategy had been to let
Russell and Buntifi get what they
could, while putting the pressure
on the Wolverines' outside shoot-
ers, Cantrell, Tregoning and
Darden.
Strack smiled a little. "If that's
what he thinks he did, I think
he's wrong. At least, it didn't look
that way to me."
SPORTLIGH T
Two hundred-fifty basketball
teams, including fraternities, resi-
dence halls, and independents, will
be taking part in this year's Intra-
mural sports program.
There were 75 four-man teams
among frats, residence halls, and
independents entered to compete
in the half mile relay at decaying
Yost Field House tonight at 7:30.
The four best teams will meet in
the finals February 14.
Another event starting today is
"fraternity water polo, and tomor-
row all-campus badminton begins.

By The Associated Press
INNSBRUCK, Austria - Terry
McDermott, barber from the little
town of Essexville, Mich., shatter-
ed a long-time Russian monopoly
and won the first gold medal for
the United States withma 500-
meter speed skating victory yes-
terday in the ninth Winter Olym-
pic Games.
Racing over lightning ice on
borrowed skates, the 23-year-old
shears and scissors specialist beat
the great Soviet champion, Eugeny
Grishin, and clipped one-tenth of
a second off Grishin's Olympic
record with a clocking of :40.1.
Thus, the Russians were merely
slowed but not stopped in their
domination of these snow and ice
games.
They boosted their harvest of
medals to 19-seven gold, eight
silver and four bronze-more than
double the number of second place
Germany, with eight.
The United States has three-
McDermott's gold added to a sil-
ver and a bronze won by plucky
Jean Saubert of Lakeview, Ore.,
on the Alpine slopes of Lizum
Valley.
UCLA Has Drag?
LOS ANGELES-A rival coach's
suggestion that basketball offi-
keep trim
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cials may "unwittingly help first-
ranked UCLA" was described yes-
terday as "a lot of hooey" by
Bruin Coach John Wooden.
Coach Art Gallon of the Uni-
versity of California at Santa Bar-
bara implied Monday at a sports
writers' luncheon in San Fran-
cisco that officials, in making
calls, may be affected by UCLA's
17-0 record.
"I think it's hard for officials
to call a game with UCLA now,"
Gallon said. "Officials are human.
They look at that record and the
statistics. Something subtle hap-
pens to them."
Gallon's team was beaten 107-
76 and 87-59 by the Bruins last
weekend.
"UCLA isn't as good as it's writ-
ten up to be," Gallon said. "You
hear a lot about their press but
against us they got only eight
points from it in two games."
Said Wooden: "I have a.feeling
we're more apt to have to earn
more help from officials. We're
up there in the ratings and don't
get protection. I'm more inclined
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* * *
Bryant Takes $300,000
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Curtis
Publishing Co. settled with Ala-
bama coach Paul Bryant for
$300,000 yesterday in his libel suit
against the Saturday Evening
Post.
Bryant's attorneys accepted the
sum in settlement of Bryant's two
suits-one for $10 million and the
other for $500,000. Both were to
come to trial in a Birmingham
Federal Court Feb. 10.

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-Daily-James Keson
CAZZIE-Sophomore sensation Cazzie Russell shoots over Ohio
State's Tom Bowman (15) in this year's first meeting of the two
teams at sunlight-blinding Yost Field House. Cazzie spearheaded
the Wolverines' attack all night and led them in rebounding and
shooting with 11 and 30 last night at Ohio State.,

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Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
So. Methodist 76, Texas 74 (ovt)
No. Michigan 75, Central Michigan 46
Wichita 65, Loyola (Chicago) 60
Davidson 111, William & Mary 84
Providence 102, Boston College 78
Bradley 81, Marquette 73
Wake Forest 92, South Carolina 79
NBA
Boston 113, St. Louis 101
Cincinnati 118, Los Angeles 100
Baltimore 137, New York 134 (ovt)

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