Page 10-Sunday, December 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily
CAGERS NIP MARQUETTE:
IyV ,\I By ALAN FANGER
Special to the Daily
MILWAUKEE-A game group of
Rick's Michigan cagers staged a furious rally
at in the last ten minutes, then held on to a
slim lead to stun 16th-ranked Marquet-
te, 63-60, here last night.
The Wolverines, who at one point
early in the second half trailed by 13
All the Pasta points, finally grabbed the lead with
less than three minutes left to play, but
you can eat for the outcome remained in doubt until
Oly $25 "center Paul Heuerman sank a free.
l $ . throw with six seconds showing on the
clock to ice the Michigan win.
In the end, however, it was forward
Thad Garner who provided the impetus
611 CHURCH for the Wolverine comeback. Garner hit
on five of seven second half shots for 19
points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead
Michigan in both departments.
"It's the best ballgame Garner has
ever played at Michigan," said coach
Johnny Orr of his 6-7 sophomore, who
played the entire 40 minutes.
The Warriors, playing in front of a
noisy sell-out crowd of 10,938, were
leading 52-39 with seven minutes
remaining. That's when Garner went to
work, hitting for four of Michigan's
next six buckets.
The critical shot in the string was a
lay-in Garner executed with 4:50 to
play., In the process, Warrior guard
Sam Worthen fouled the lanky forward
as he drove down the lane.
Garner's free throw completed the
three-point play and gave the
Wolverines a 56-54 lead they were never
The Wolverines ran even with their
opponents throughout the first 13
minutes, relying mostly on Mike
McGee's outside shooting. McGee hit on
four of six shots before retiring to the
bench with his third foul with less than
eight minutes to play in the half.
With McGee out of the lineup the
Wolverines encountered some
problems, most notably a. stiff
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Marquette full-court press. Guard
Mark Lozier was the first tobe overcome
by the Warriors' tenacity, as he had a
pass intercepted by forward Terrell
Schlundt. Schlundt went in for an un-
contested layup, and the Warriors
proceeded to expand their lead.
Marquette's deliberate attack
worked wonders in the first half. Guar-
ds Sam Worthen, Artie Green, and
Michael Wilson operated a three-guard
offense, which based its sucess on
feeding Schlundt in the middle. Schlundt
responded by pouring in 14 points
through the first 20 minutes.
Maintaining the slim margin down
the stretch wasn't easy. After Marty
Bodnar had picked up an offensive foul
guard Sam Worthen hit a short jumper
inside, cutting the lead to two at 58-56.
But McGee, who had spent a substan-
tial amount of time on the bench with
foul trouble, hit a key insurance bucket
with 1:45 left. Taking a feed from Keith
Smith, McGee drove in for a layup
while crashing into Worthen. The foul
was McGee's fifth, and he left with 17
points on the evening.
Schlundt led the Warriors with 18
points. He received plenty of help from
the Green-Wilson-Worthen trio, which
combined for an additional 35 points.a
Michigan's next basketball test oc-
curs Wednesday night when the
Wolverines face the University of
Detroit Titans at Joe Louis Arena.
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Halftime: Marquette 35. MICHIGAN 27
Fouled Out: McGee
Technical Fouls: Wilson
MICHIGAN 63, Marquette 60
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