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McGEE PACES 88-75 VICTOR Y

The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 5, 1979-Page 13

WIN!

Gophers
By JAMIE TURNER sophomore, "That's the f
Forced to play Minnesota without a my mind after I shoot. If
healthy Phil Hubbard; Michigan never- in, then sometimes you'll
theless combined a balanced attack the tip-in) like I was today
with the scoring punch of a Mike McGee The Gophers got balat
to win its Big Ten opener last night at throughout its lineup as al
Crisler Arena 88-75 over the Golden hit double figures. But, d
Gophers. both illness and injury, Mi
Hubbard, who didn't play at all on coach found himself wi
New Year's Eve against Eastern players from which to ch
Michigan, and had his knee drained this able to get only two points
past Monday, was sluggish in the first substitutes he did decide t
half and was pulled in favor of Paul Michigan, on the othe
Heuerman after only eight minutes had stituted freely with eight p
been played. Hubbard returned in the 13 minutes or more acti
second half to contribute twelve points evidenced when Michi
and six rebounds to the Wolverine's Johnny Orr played starter
cause. second stringers Heuern
Michigan (7-2 overall) built a first Johnson, Thad Garner and
half 42-31 lead on the scoring strength of for the final five minute:
McGee and Alan Hardy. McGee scored half. Leading 32-25 whent
20 points in the first half alone on a wide
variety of layups and twisting jumpers G 0ph
while Hardy was blistering out of the
game, scoring ten of the Wolverines'
first 12 points before cooligoffFGAMINNESOTA
fist1 pinsbeor ooigof Min. FG/A FT/A
with only one more bucket the rest of Jackson ........33 4/103/4
the night. Rautins........ 36 6/12 0/0
MINNESOTA TRIED a multitude of MHale.......39 6/14 2/2
defenses geared to stop McGee, shifting Tucker......... 37 9/16 /4
from zone to ;man-to-man and back to Holmes........ 13 1/1 o/1
zone, but McGee never did stop gunning Duffy..........4 o0/1 0/
and finished with 33 points for game Teams......./
Totals ......... 200 33/67 9/11
honors._ Halftime score: Mich. 42, Minn.31
"I just follow my shots," said the Att.-13,135

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leading 42-31 - a lea
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its lead without too mu
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closing the gap to 66-6
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have been in even m
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lengthened their lead a

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the locker room finish. That Gopher star Kevin McHale
d it would never drew his fourth personal foul at the
same time didn't hurt things any.
ayed run-and-gun "When McHale got his fourth foul,
moments of the Hubbard really took it to him," said a
igan maintained relieved Orr. "In the second half, they
ch difficulty until came out and penetrated our zone so we
treak found Min- went back to the mari-to-man and they
Blue 18-10 and penetrated that pretty well, so we had
63 with 7:51 left. to go back to the zone."
rty Bodnar's con- HUBBARD CITED his layoff the past
ting, 14 points couple of days with his off-and-on per-
mbs and one last formance. "I just wasn't loose (in the
olverines could first half)," said Hubbard afterwards.
ore trouble than "I haven't played in a while. It's a mind

agers
thing, really. It's no big deal."
"I tell you, there sure as hell would be
something on my mind if I thought I'd
never play again," sympathized Orr.
"Our team doctor, Gerry O'Connor and
our trainer, Danny Campbell, have
done a fine job with Phil, both mentally
and physically."
A very young team, Minnesota was
led by two freshmen in the scoring
column. Guard Mark Hall played a
solid floor game and slid through
Michigan's zone for 18 points, while
fellow backcourt man and Flint Nor-
thern star Trent Tucker singlehandedly
destroyed the Wolverine zone for
another eighteen points.
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Totals.......

MICHIGAN
Min. FG/A FT/A
39 14/30 5/7
27 6/6 0/0
28 5/13 2/2
34 7/10 0/0
29 1/5 4/4
12 3/4 -0/0
14 1/1 0/0
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12 Michigan's women's swimming team
s continued its winning ways, drowning
2 out Alabama 84-47 to post its 28th
3 straight victory in dual meets.
0 The meet, held last night in Alabama,
88 marked the first time the Wolverines
had ever swam against a team from the
Southeastern Conference and it
probably won't be the last.
"I'm very happy with the swing of the
meet," said head coach Stu Isaac. "We
just came off our Christmas training
camp and I'd say this bodes well for the
upcoming year."
The Wolverines finished first in seven
events and Julie Bachman took a first
place in the one meter diving com-
petition with a combined score of 251.95.
Sophomore Mary Rish took a pair of
first place finishes, one with the win-
ning medley relay team and the other in
the 200-yard individual medley, posting
a time of 2:10.30. Katy McCulley swam
to two individual firsts, winning the 200-
yard freestyle in 1:55.33 and the 100-
yard freestyle in 53:79.
In addition to Rish, Barbara Don
Carlos, Marie Palko and Linda Kendall
all helped the medley relay slide home
first with a time of 4:00.73.
Don Carlos took the 100-yard
backstroke with a time of 1:00.96, Ken-
dall the 200- and 100-yard butterfly with
times of 2:08.07 and 59.28 respectively,
and Palko won the 200-yard breast-
stroke in 2:29.57.
Michigan, now 3-0 in dual meet com-
petition, next takes to the 'waters on
Friday, Jan. 12 in a dual meet against
Wisconsin at Matt Mann Pool.

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Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
MICHIGAN FORWARD Mike McGee goes up for a shot against Minnesota's Kevin McHale, left, in last night's action at
Crisler Arena. McGee tallied 33 points and 12 rebounds in the 88-75 victory. Gopher Gary Holmes, right, looks on.

SCORES
College Basketball
MICHIGAN 88, Minnesota 75
Ohio State 75, Purdue 71
Illinois 65, Indiana 61
Michigan State 84, Wisconsin 55
Women's Basketball
MICHIGAN 85, Bowling Green 78
National Hockey League
Buffalo 3, Chicago 3
Detroit 6, Soviet Wings 5 (exhibition)
Philadelphia 3, New York Islanders 2
BILLBOARD
Weekend wonders are reminded that
the CCRB will stage its winter term
locker sale on Saturday, January 13th
only, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Lockers
will be distributed on a first-come, first-
served basis. The cost is $9.00 per term,
including a $2.00 refundable lock
deposit. 200 women's and 100 men's
lockers are available for the semester.

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