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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Thursday, February 12, 1981

Page,9

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I

Michigan 19-game statistics
Player FG/A Pct. FT/4 Pct. Reb PF/D A Pts. Avg.
McGee.................... 187-357 .525 74-113 .655 89 53-3 22 448 23.6
Johnson.................... 130-225 .578 34-39 .769 72 23-0 69- 290 15.3
Garner..................... 71-141 .504 44-61 .721 104 44-0 47 186 9.8
Heuerinan................. 46-93 .495 54-67 .771 95 58-3 36 146 7.7

OSU INVADES CRISLER TONIGHT

Williams keys up-down Bucks

.

Bodnar, Mt ................ 59-101
McCormick ............... 31-70
Bodnar, Mk............... 24-46
James..................... 14-31
Hopson .................... 4-16
Person ..................9-18
Burton....................86-17
Pelekoudas ................ 4-7
Antonides..................2-3
Brown.....................2-7
Team Rebounds........
TOTALS ..................589-1132
Opponents ................. 538-1140

.584 23-29 .793 44
.443 33-42 .786 81
.522 15-19 .789 17
.452 3-5 .600 17
.250 7-11 .636 8
.500 6-9 .667 22
.353 2-8 .250 13
.571 4-9 .444 3
.667 1 .250 6
.286 0-1 .000 9
42
.520 296-417 .710 652
.472 209-322 .649 644

35-0
54-2
19-0
11-0
7-0
12-0
8-0
13-0
7-0
6-0

50
10
46
7
2
7
2
5
0
0

141
95
63
31
15
24
14
12
5
4

7.4
5.0
4.0
t1.9
1.9
1.4
1.4
1.0
0.7
0.6

350-8 303 1474 77.6f
368-9 231 1285 67.6

SCORING
G FG/A Pct
Vincent, MSU ..... 1 100/204 .490
McGEE, MICH.... 10 92/188 .489
Gregory,WIS...... 10 71/147 .483
Kellogg, OSU ...... 10 78/159 .490
Roberson, NU ..... 10 70/153 .458
REBOUNDING
No.
Kellogg, OSU .............. 120
Gregory, WIS.............. 95
Williams,OSU.............89
Vincent, MSU............. 88
Johnson, II................ 79
ASSISTS

FT/A
4 1/62
41/65
60/76
37/46
44/48
Avg.
12.0
9.5
89
8.8
7.9

Pct Avg
.66124.1
.63122.5\
.79020.2
.80419.3
.91718.4

Big Ten
Standings

Hi
17
17
11
16
10

MICHIGAN......
Iowa ...............
Indiana.........
Illinois ..,......
Purdue ..........
Ohio State.......
Minnesota.......
Mich. State .........
Wisconsin.......
Northwestern '......

Confer.
W L
7 3
7 , 3
-7 3
6 4
6 4
6 4
5 5
3 7
2 8
1, 9

Overall
W L
16 3
15 4
14 8
14 5
13 3
11 8
13 6
9 10
8 10
7 12

By MARK FISCHER
With no pun intended, it must be said
that the key to tonight's Ohio State-
Michigan basketball game centers
around 6-10 Buckeye pivotman Herb
Williams.
The first time these two teams met
this season down in Columbus on
January 24, the Wolverines managed to
hold Williams to only six points in the
first half, and went into the lockerroom
at halftime with the. game tied at 32.
Following the intermission, however,
Williams erupted for 17 second stanza
points, and as he went, so went his
team. Ohio State won handily, 69-63.
MICHIGAN COACH Bill Frieder is,
of course, well aware of these facts.
"We have to do a better job on Herb
Williams than we did down there," he
said. "But, we are on our own floor this
time and maybe we'll do it."
OSU opponents who have "done it" to
Williams in recent games have had
success against the Buckeyes (6-4 in the
Big Ten, 11-8 overall) as a whole. At
Michigan State, the Spartans held the
big man to 12 points (four below his
16.4 average), and went on to win by
six. And a week ago at Illinois, the Illini
cut Williams' point production off at 11
on their way to an 82-63 thrashing of the
once highly-touted Buckeye five.
On the other hand, if you don't stop
Williams, you'll ,have trouble stopping
Ohio State, as Michigan State found out

last Saturday. In that game the
Buckeye center shot a sizzling 11 of 12
from the floor for a team high 25 as his
team easily (73-62) avenged their
earlier loss to the Spartans. -
Besides showing how important
Williams' performance is to Ohio
State's overall success, the described
MSU-OSU contests reveal another fac-.
tor which has plagued Buckeye coach
Eldon Miller's cagers all season: in-
consistency.
Win a few, lose a few seems to be the
Buckeyes' motto this season. In con-
trast to Michigan (16-3 overall, 7-3 con-
ference), which is now riding a four
game Big Ten win streak, the Bucks'
longest conference victory string has
been two. And an 11-8 overall record
can only be called mediocre when it
belongs to a team placed in the Top Ten
in the pre-season by both the AP and
UPI polls.
AS THE POLLSTERS must have
seen, Ohio State certainly does possess
the size, strength, and talent needed to
win. In 6-7, 230 lb. sophomore forward
Clark Kellogg, it has a scorer
averaging 17.7 points per game (19.3 in
the conference) and the league's .
leading rebounder. Opposite "Special
K" is muscular 6-9 senior Jim Smith, on
of the premier defensive forwards ih
the nation.
"There is no doubt about it," said
Frieder of the talent of Williams,
Kellogg, and Smith. "That frontline is
the best in the country when it plays
together."~
Apparently the OSU frontcourters
were playing together the last time they
faced Michigan, as they. tallied a com-

I

Cagers' Corner

bined total of 47 points and rejected
nine Wolverine shots.
IT WAS THIS kind of display of talen-
ted power whichprompted Frieder to
assert that "we've got to play up to our
potential 40 minutes for us to win. Even
though Ohio played to its potential for
only 10 minutes, it beat us last time."
Both teams should have plenty of in-
centive to play up to their respective
potentials tonight. Tied for second in

MICHIGAN (7-3, 16-3)
44-Mike McGee, 6-5 Sr. (23.6) .....
45-Thad Garner, 6-7 Sr. (9.8) ......
15--Paul Heuerman, 6-8 Sr. (7.7) ...
34-John Johnson, 6-4 Sr. (15.6) .... .
24-Marty Bodnar, 6-3 Sr. (7.4) .....

F
F
C
G
G

OHIO STATE (6-4, 11-8)
.... 33-Clark Kellogg, 6-7 So. (17.7)"
..........23-Jim Smith, 6-9 Sr. (7.7)'
... 32-Herb Williams, 6-10 Sr. (16.4)
......15--Carter Scott, 6-2 Sr. (11.0)
.......24-Todd Penn, 5-9 Sr. (6.4~

p

the Big Ten with Illinois and Purdue,
Ohio State is desperately clinging to a
shot at the conference title, which they
may well lose if they fall tonight.
The Wolverines, who are tied for the
league lead with Iowa *and Indiana,
need a win almost as much in order to
stay in contention. At any rate, it is
doubtful that they have forgotten the
defeat they suffered through just less
than three weeks ago in Columbus.

Walker, PUR ..............
Harper, II ..............
Arnold, IOWA...........
Thomas, IND ..............
Smith, MSU ...............

63
58
5Q
46
44

6.3
5.8
5.0
4.6
4.4

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE
FG A
Tolbert, IND .............. 61 92
Hall, MINN................ 62 99
Smith, MSU ............... 68 119
Breuer, MINN ............. 56 102
JOHNSON, MICH.......... 64 117

10
9
11
9
9
Pct.
.663
.626
.571
.549
.547

Tonight's Games
Ohio State at MICHIGAN
Illinois at Wisconsin
Iowa at Minnesota
Northwestern at Indiana
Purdue at Michigan State

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set or 1
By TOM SHAHEEN
It will be a while before tennis
players start blasting their forehands
into the net outdoors, but the season has
already begun for Michigan's women's
tennis team.
" An air of excitement surrounds this
year's crop of netters, which is a young
team - five freshmen, three
sophomores, a junior and a senior -
untested, but promising.

981 season

MARTY'S ... GOES DUTCH TREAT WITH THEIR SIXTH ANNUAL.. .

"I haven't been this psyched up in a
long time," said Marian Kremer, a
freshman from Memphis who will play
No. 1 singles tomorrow against
Michigan State.
Kremer comes to Michigan sporting
some impressive credentials. She has
the national 21-under singles and
'doubles indoor titles to her credit, and
was ranked tenth nationally in the 18-
under division.
The Wolverine netter narrowly
defeated the Spartans, 5-4, last
Novemeber in the MSU Invitational,
but Kremer lost at No. 1 singles.
"I was really nervous," said Kremer.
"I had a confidence problem, but
everything has been ironed out."
The 1981 squad, though inexperien-
ced, is already a close-knit unit.
"We all got together last Sunday at
the Pretzel Bell," said coach Oliver
Owens. "We talked about our upcoming
match (with MSU)."
Susan Weber, the lone senior on the
team, plays a key role in aiding the un-
derclassmen.
"She (Weber) gets us all psyched up
and together," said Mary Mactaggart,
the freshman who will occupy the No. 2
singles spot against the Spartans.
Mactaggart, an aggressive netter
from Port Huron, looks forward to a
fine year.
"We have the potential to win the Big
Ten (title)," she said.
,That will take some exceptional per-

DUTCH AUCTION

FINAL WINTER
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Now Thru Saturday

formances, however, as Indiana looks
to be very powerful. The Hoosiers
defeated Michigan, 8-1, at the MSU In-
vitational, but Owens should be en-
couraged as three of the matches were,
extended to three sets. Northwestern
and Wisconsin are also 'among the
favorites in the Big Ten. If enthusiasm
plays any role in the season's outcome,
however, Michigan should have a great
year.
With Kremer at No. 1 singles and
Mactaggart at No. 2, the rest of the line-
up for tomorrow's match will be: No. 3
singles-Weber; No. 4 singles-Jill
Hertzman, a sophomore from
Louisville; No. 5 singles-Robbie
Risdon; No. 6 singles-Julie Naft; No. 1
doubles-Kremer-Mactaggart; No. 2
doubles-Naft-Robbie Risdon; No. 3
doubles-Weber-Maryanne Hodges.
The tennis team is rounded rout by
freshman Stacey Fallek, junior Betsy
Shapiro and Daisy Martin, a sophomore
from Bloomington, Indiana.
The match against MSU gets under-
way at 5 p.m. at the Track and Tennis
Building.

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