The Michigan Daily Friday, February 5, 1982 Page 8
Cagers claw 'Cats,
By RON POLLACK
The Michigan basketball team has
not yet reached the stage where it can
claim to be making a habitout of win-
ning, but last night's 66-63 victory over
Northwestern marked the Wolverines'
second win in three games and second
consecutive win at home.
Michigan (3-14) received balanced
scoring from Thad Garner, Eric Tur-
ner, Ike Person and Dean Hopson as all
four finished the game with double
figures. Garner was high man for the
lWolverines with 15 points and North-
western senior forward Jim Stack was
the game's leading scorer with 19.
PARTICULARLY pleasing to
Michigan head coach Bill Frieder was
his squad's rebounding. "We dida good
job out boxing out," he said. "For the
first time this year we didn't give up a
lot of~ second shots."
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In fact, the Wolverines only allowed
Northwestern one offensive rebound all
game and pulled down six more caroms
than the Wildcats.
Michigan led 33-27 early in the second
half when a rather unusual play oc-
cured. On a Michigan fast break, Tur-
ner attempted to dunk the ball, but in-
stead of putting the Wolverines' up by
eight, he was assessed a technical foul
when the basket collapsed and he was
called for hanging onto the rim.
"I REALLY didn't see what hap-
pened," said Turner. "Before the
game, we tried to pull the rim down sin-
ce it was new. But it didn't come down
and we decided that it wouldn't. Maybe
it was adrenalin."
Whatever the reason, the play
sparked Northwestern. Stack connec-
ted on the technical foul shot, and a
Gaddis Rathel free throw narowed the
Wolverines' lead to 33-28. Stack then hit
an eight-foot jump shot, followed by a
Michael Jenkins, layup, and suddenly
Michigan was only up 33-32.
But just as a technical foul against
Michigan spurred on Northwestern, a
technical against the Wildcats got the
Wolverines going. Northwestern's Bob,
Grady was given a technical for
hanging on the rim, while Person was
fouling Gaddis Rathel. Rathel hit one
of two free throws to tie the game at 33-
33, but Michigan then outscored the
Wildcats 9-2 to go up 42-35. During this
offensive outburst, the Wolverines had
THE NEXT seven minutes of play,
saw the Wolverines keep their lead
because of their fast break led by Tur-
"When he can wheel and deal, he's a
much better player," said Frieder of
Turner. "He's a great full court player.
He's just learning the half court game
now. He didn't have to do that in high
MICHIGAN took its biggest lead of
the game with 4:11 remaining in the
contest when Garner drove toward the
basket and scored on a reverse dunk.
The Wildcats narrowed the
Wolverines' lead to 61-54 when Turner
fouled out of the game with 1:32 left.
"When he fouled out, it was my job as
a senior to take over," said Garner.
"I'm sure Northwestern thought they
had a good chance when Eric fouled
out. But we rose to the occasion."
Northwestern made the game closer
after Turner fouled out, but the three
point deficit at game's end was as close
as it could get down the stretch. The
loss drops the Wildcats' record to 6-12,
2-7 in conference play to tie Michigan
for eighth place.
Turner-ing it around
37 8/12 3/3
.... 40 3/6 4/4
.... 29 3/6 0/0
...36 5/9 2/4
31 5/10 2/4
11 0/0 0/0
7, 2/4 0/0
..9 0/1 0/0
Garner..........37 6/8 3/4
Hopson...... ..... 34 4/6 4/7
Person.............40 5/10 3/4
Pelekoudas.........35 1/4 1/3
Turner........... 32 7/12 0/0
Carter ............ 10 1/1 1/2
Rockymiore........ 12 3/4 0/0
Totals ............. 200 27/45 12/20
Technical: Grady (2), Turner
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Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
MICHIGAN GUARD Eric Turner brings down the rim with a two-handed
slam dunk in the second half of last night's game against Northwestern. I'he
results of Turner's dunk are shown on Page 9.
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By MARTHA CRALL
Michigan Tech hockey coach John
MacInnes says it has been too long for
revenge to be a factor, but the last time
Michigan played the Huskies, the
Wolverines beat them twice in
That was the home opener at Tech's
Student Ice Arena way back in October,
and a lot has happened to both teams
since that time.
Michigan won its first four games
The Deker's club will hold its Blue
Line luncheon today at the Delta
restaurant located on the corner of
Packard and State Streets. Featured
speakers will be Michigan hockey
coach John Giordano and Michigan
Tech coach John MacInnes. The event
is scheduled to start at noon.
MICHIGAN 66, Northwestern 63
Minnesota 73, Purdue 50
Ohio State 50, Michigan State 49
Iowa 62, Indiana 40
Illinois 88, Wisconsin 54
and hovered around the fourth place
spot in the CCHA while Tech lost three
of its first four and floundered in the
bottom third of the standings.
But since mid-December the Huskies
have gone 9-4 and moved to third place.
Meanwhile, the Wolverines during that
period have played 3-6-3 hockey and
curently occupy fifth place in the
CCHA. During that stretch, Michigan
has scored 2.8 goals per league game
while Tech has notched 5.4 goals per
The most recent statistics show that
the Michigan icers lost two games in a
home-and-home series with Bowling
Green last weekend, while the Huskies
split with Notre Dame in their Winter
Carnival games. s
Michigan coach John Giordano was
pleased with the Wolverines' showing
against the Falcons, especially in
Saturday's 5-4 loss in Bowling Green.
Maclnnes, however, was not par-
ticularly pleased with the Huskies' ef-
forts against the Irish. The puck was
bouncing Tech's way on Friday, and
the Huskies won, thanks to a stellar 45-
save performance by goalie Tom Allen.
Allen, a freshman from Ann Arbor,
garnered MVP honors for the weekend.
"They're going to come in fired up,
said Giordano. "But my main concern
is with our team. We've got to get back
on the track-stop this skid and get
back on the way up."
Giordano's efforts this week have
been aimed at generating more offense.
"Our defense has been okay," he said.,
"We've got to develop more offense.
We're changing our forechecking for
the third time this season in hopes of
getting more offense."
Freshman Jon Elliott will start in the
Wolverine goal for tonight's game. All
of the Wolverines are healthy.
In the scoring catagory, Tech has five
players with 28 or more points. Leading
the list is right winger Steve Murphy
with 31 points, including 14 goals.
Michigan's top scorer, Steve Richmond
has scored 28 points.
Allen has been the Huskies' regular
net minder, posting a 12-3-0 mark and
3.56 goals - against average. Elliott
owns a 5-5-4 slate with a 3.09 gaa. Gior-
dano has been rotating goalie duties
between Elliott and senior Peter Mason
(7-4-1, 2.86 gaa).
Both teams traditionally receive good
fan support, as Michigan-Michigan
Tech games usually sell out and large
numbers of Huskies supporters turn
out from the Detroit area.
Michigan (13-9-5 overall, 9-8-4 CCHA)
and Michigan Tech (17-9-2 overall, 13-8
1 CCHA) will play tonight and
tomorrow night at Yost Ice Arena with
both games starting at 7:30 p.m. Radio
station WJJX (65 AM) will broadcast
both games live.
This weekend is also Oldtimer's
Weekend. A game between the over40
ex-Wolverine icers and the under-40 exa
icers highlights the festivities: The con-
test, which features Rick Palmer (un-
der-40) and Jim Keough (over-40) in
the nets, begins at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow
at Yost Arena.
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Marclibrodu named to
Lions' coaching staff4
PONTIAC (AP)- Ted Marchibroda, the former Baltimore Colts coach who was
offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears last season, was named yesterday to
the coaching staff of the Detroit Lions.
Marchibroda, 50, who will be the Lions' offensive coordinator and quarterback
coach, assumes the duties of Bob Schnelker, who was reassigned by Coach Monte
SCHNELKER WAS one of the first men Clark hired when he took over the Lions
four years ago, but the two argued frequently over strategy last season. Clark
wanted a more wide-open attack.
In announcing the appointment, Clark called Marchibroda one of the outstanding
passing-attack masters in the National Football League.
"He has shaped the careers of some outstanding players, including Bert Jones,
Roman Gabriel, Sonny Jurgenson, Billy Kilmer and Larry Brown," Clark noted.
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