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Page 8 Friday, January 15, 1982 The Michigan Daily

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By LARRY FREED
Special to the Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Michigan
basketball coach Bill Frieder said
earlier in the week that a miracle was
needed to beat the defending Big Ten
and NCAA champion Indiana. Frieder,
however, was unable to part the sea of
Hoosier red as his Wolverines were
drowned here, 81-51.
"We didn't play very well tonight,"
said a despondent Frieder. "We're
awfully limited inside and for us to beat
anyone we have to play up to our poten-
tial."
UNFORTUNATELY for Frieder, his
Wolverines played no where near their
potential as they shot a mere 40 percent
from the field and an even worse 33
percent from the free throw line. The
anemic shooting added up to an easy
victory for ''Bobby Knight and his
Hoosiers,*who fought their waynout of
the Big Ten cellar with a much-needed
victory.
Hoosier hosing

gers routed,

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"Knight was awfully nice to us
tonight because he could have beaten us
150-30." Frieder said.
Although the Wolverine mentor
might have been slightly exaggerating,
the Hoosiers did score almost at will.
Forward Ted Kitchel, the Big Ten's
leading scorer, led the onslaught with
18 points and ten rebounds.
FOUR OTHER Hoosiers joined Kit-
chel in double figures - Tony Brown,.
(15), Randy Wittman (11), John
Flowers (11), and Jim Thomas (11).
Knight, who saw his team snap a
four-game loosing streak and extend its
record to 7-5 was pleased with his
team's performance.
"We were more concentrated in our
efforts to play the way we wanted to,"
the Hoosier coach explained.
FRIEDER, ON THE other hand, was
not as satisfied with his team's perfor-
mance. "My main concern is that we
have not improved since Christmas,"
he said.
The loss marked the eighth in a row
for Michigan and firmly entrenched the
team in the basement of the Big Ten
with an 0-3 conference mark and a 1-10
overall record.
Michigan was never really in the con-
test after Indiana outscored it, 25-12 at
the end of the first half enroute to a
comfortable 39-22 intermission lead.
"OUR GUYS are going to have to
learn to play man-to-man (defense)
better," Frieder said. "Indiana has a.
lot of poise and patience."
On several occasions the Wolverines
had a chance to shrink the lead to under
10 points, but poor'shot selection and
rebounding cost them a chance to get
back in the contest.
Big Ten Standings

"You've got to give Indiana credit,
they played great defense and hurried
our shots," said Frieder, whose career
mark was evened 20-20.
THE WOLVERINES could get no
closer than 15 points in the final stanza
as Knight began to substitute freely
with nine'minutes to play.
Eric Turner led the Wolverines'
lackluster performance with 13 points.
Thad Garner was the only other
Wolverine to notch double figures as he
netted 10.
One of the few bright spots for

Frieder was the extensive play of walk-
on Gerard Rudy, who scored four poin-
ts, including one dunk shot that even
brought 15,732 Hoosier partisans alive.
However, Frieder had little else to
smile about as he witnessed his
Wolverines get out-rebounded 42-30, in
addition to allowing Indiana 54-percent
shooting from the field.
The loss extended Michigan's losing
streak at Indiana's Assembly Hall to 11
straight, with the last victory dating
back to 1966.

81-51

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MICHIGAN
Min FG/A FT/AI
Garner ............F36 5/15 0/1A
Hopson.............9 0/1 0/2 !
Person.............24 3/5 2/2 !
Turner.............29 6/11 1/2
Pelekoudas........ 32 2/7 0/1
Carter...........26 3/7 0/0
Rockymore.........20 2/8 0/0
Brown............. 4 1/3 0/1
Rudy .............. 13 2/2 0/0
Hall ............... 7 0/1 0/0
Team Rebounds
Totals............. 24/60 3/9
INDIANA
MinFG/A FT/A

R
6
0
6
3
3
3
0
0
1
7
30
R
10
3
6
2
8
5
1
0
2
0
0

A
4
1
1
3
4
0
1
0
1
0

PF Pts
2 10
3 0
4 8
3 13
34
2 6
0 4
1 2
1 4
2 0

15 21 51

Kitchel.............26
Wttman ...........27
Flowers ........... 34
Thomas..........29
Brown............. 39
Bouchie ..........12
Vakich ............ 14
Blab...............4
Morgan.........
Cameron.......... 4
Franz..............4
Team Rebounds
Totals..........

7/9
5/11
4/7
5/8
5/10
3/5
3/5
0/0
0/3
0/0
0/1

4/5
1/1
3/4
1/1
5/7
2/3
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0

A
0
5
1
4
8
2
4
0
2
0
2

PF
1
1
3
4
3
1
2
1
0
0
0

Pts
18
11
11
11
15
8
7
0
0
0

5
32/59 17/23 42

28 16 81

Ohio State........
Iowa ...............
Minnesota........
Northwestern ......
Purdue .............
Illinois .............
Michigan State.
Indiana ............
Wisconsin .........
MICHIGAN ........

Conf.
W L
3 0
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
1 2
1 2
1 2
1 2
0 3

Overall
W L
12 3
10 2
10 2
6 6
5 7
8 4
6 7
7 5
4 7
1 10

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MICHIGAN'S THAD GARNER and Indiana's Ted Kitchel battle for the.
loose ball in action in Bloomington last night. The Hoosiers eventually won
the war, routing the Wolverines, 81-51.

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)- Keith Edmonson scored
21 points as Purdue, getting its final 10 points from the free
throw line, shut off a strong Michigan State rally and beat the
Spartans 53-47 yesterday.
The Boilermakers, now 2-1 in the Big Ten and 5-7 overall,
led 28-20 at halftime and built the lead to 11 points at 33-22
early in the second half before guard Kevin Smith ignited the
Spartan comeback.
Smith, who had only three points in the first half, added 12
points in the final period.
Michigan State pulled within one point on a pair of free
throws by Herb Bostic, but the Boilermakers iced the game
in the final minute with three foul shots by Kevin Stallings,
one by Cross and four straight by Greg Eifert.
Ohio State 51, Illinois 50 (OT)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP)- Ron Stokes hit two free throws
with three seconds left in overtime yesterday to lift Ohio
State to a 51-50 win over Illinois.
Stokes, a freshman guard, was fouled by Illinois guard
Perry Range. He sank both shots, lifting the Buckeyes to
their ninth consecutive victory and third in a row in the Big
Ten.
Illinois guard Craig Tucker tied the game at 44-44 with 5:53
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patterns, hoping for a last shot.
In the overtime period, Illinois jumped to a 48-44 lead on
baskets by Range and Tucker. But Ohio State followed with
baskets by forward Clark Kellogg and center Granville
Waiters, plus Stokes' clutch free throws.
Northwestern 61, Wisconsin 55
MADISON, Wis. (AP)- Art Aaron's 14 points led a balan-
ced Northwestern scoring attack, as the Wildcats took a 61-5
Big Ten basketball victory from Wisconsin last night.
Northwestern stifled the Badgers' inside game with a tigh
zone defense and trailed only once in the game, 29-28, after
Wisconsin's Cory Blackwell made a jump shot with 59 secon-
ds left in the first half.
The game remained close in the second half, and Scott
Roth's jump shot pulled the Badgers within one point at 46-45
with 6:48 remaining.
Minnesota 61, Iowa 56
MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-Minnesota's 7-3 center Randy
Breuer scored 22 points, lifting the 11th-ranked Gophers to a
61-56 victory over fifth-rated Iowa last night.
The Gophers broke open a tight game midway through t
second half.
It was the first Big Ten loss for Iowa which fell to 10-2
overall and 2-1 in the conference.
Minnesota fell behind the Hawkeyes 29-27 at the half but
came out in the second half and whittled out a three-point
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