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SPORTS
Wednesday, December 1, 1982

The Michigan Daily

Page7

'M'ca
By JOHN KERR (Turner
It's no secret what the Michigan with Ro
basketball team must do to defeat Cen- .. Dannf
tral Michigan tonight at Crisler Arena, (Paul) J
and Bill Frieder knows it. But th
"We've got to stop McLaughlin," he the rest
said. McLaug
JUST WHO is this McLaughlin fellow loaded
and why should he be a cause of con- scoring
cern for the Wolverines? Well, Melvin *anyone
McLaughlin is a 6-0 senior guard for the one adv
Chippewas and Central's version of perienc
Eric Turner. He was the Mid-American has pla
Conference's scoring champion last while 6
year (23.2 ppg) and also the MAC 1982 junior w
Player of the Year. last yea
Like Turner, McLaughlin's range ex-
tends about out to the Crisler Arena
concession stands. In short, he is the
Chippewa's 'Mr. Everything" and the
Michigan defense has a tough assisgn-
ment in front of it.
Frieder, however, may have gotten a
few pointers on how to slow down the
Chippewa guard when the Michigan St-
ate defense faced the same problem
last weekend. The Spartans played
Central in the finals of the Spartan-
Cutlass Classic in East Lansing and
with Michigan State guard Sam Vincent
dogging McLaughlin, the Central guard
scored just 16 points. Michigan State
won the game, 62-47.
FRIEDER will probably use the
same type of defense as the Spartans
did.
"We'll play a man," the Wolverine
coach said. "I think if you zone he's
(McLaughlin) going to get free too of-
,ten. We're going to start with Eric
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

ers to host

) on him, but we'll change...
Eck (Leslie Rockymore) on him .
y Pelekoudas) and maybe even
okisch."
e Wolverines can't forget about
of the Chippewas. Other than
ghlin Central is not a team
with players who boast high
averages and doesn't have
taller than 6-8. but it does have
vantage over Michigan - ex-
e. McLaughlin is a senior and
yed regularly for four years,
-7 forward Don Wandzel is a
who averaged 9.5 points a game.
ar and has seen action for two

years and junior center Kim Thompson
has been with th Chippewas for two
seasons.
THE OTHER top Central players in-
clude 6-6 sophomore forward Derek
Bolden, who became a starter at the
end of last season for the Chippewas,
senior guard Mike Ingram, who played
in all of Central's 26 games last year.
and averaged 8.1 points per outing; and
freshman guard Peter Lambropoulos,
who started Central's first two games
this year.
But while Michigan will have to over-
come McLaughlin and the Chippewa's
experience, Central must stop Turner
and overcome Michigan's height ad-
vantage. To do that, Frieder feels Cen-
tral coach Dick Parfitt will use a zone
defense, and the Michigan coach
doesn't like how his team has played
against the zone.
"We're going to have to play better
against the zone," .he said. "I think

CMU
Central wil come out in a zone and we
haven't played well against one."
Another key to Michigan's success
tonight, according to Frieder, is the
Wolverines' ability to get the ball inside
to the big men. The big men will in-
clude 6-11 Tim McCormick, who will
start at center, 6-7 Richard Rellford,
who will play one of the forward spots
and 6-10 Roy Tarpley. Tarpley scored
17 points in Michigan's opener against
Akron and although he won't start
tonight, he will definitely see a lot of
playing time. In fact, Frieder will
probably put both Tarpley and McCor-
mick on the front line at the same time
during tonight's game.
"I think you'll see the two of them in
there together," Frieder said. "Mc-
Cormick's playing real well and Tar-
pley keeps getting better. We've got to
find a way to get them out there at the
same time."

wVirginia tops poll
(AP) - Virginia, which opened the Georgetown, which posted victories
(ao)-ywinging theirginiaipeod fh over Brigham Young, Hawaii and
sournament ained the ro.a1 tem Hawaii Hilo, maintained its hold on the
in The Associated Press college No. 2 spot by collecting three first-place
basketballocesterda P sballots and collectedl1,140 points.
bsetba lyerstey. eason Kentucky, an easy victor over Butler,
favoriteCladers,5of63 first-placen moved into the No. 3 spot by getting two
favorite, landed55of63first-plac first-place votes and 1,024 points.
votes and 1,245 of a possible 1,260 points Villanova moved up a notch to No. 4.
from the nationwide panel of sports ilnvmoeupaothoN. 4
writers and broadcasters. Virginia Memphis State, UCLA, Louisville and
defeated Johns Hopkins and Virginia Indiana also each moved up a spot in
Tipoff tour- the poll and took over the Nos. 5 through
Commonwealth to win the ingDuy8 positions. Missouri's 64-60 win over
ney during the Thanksgiving Day North Carolina boosted the Tigers from
weekend. C No. 15 to ninth, while Iowa, 1-0, moved
NORTH Carolina, the defending from No. 11 to No. 10.
NCAA champion and No. 3 in the fro ,.a1inn.1l.
presaso, drppe toNo. 5 ater Villanova, a winner over Colgate in
sesdeat the tarN es 5ir its only start, attracted two first-place
MissouridtghTarosslsteirdy votes and 965 points, 23 more than
second straight loss last Saturday. Memphis State. UCLA, a winner over
Coach Dean Smith's club lost its opener Brigham Young in its only game this
to S.season, landed 907 points.
AP Top Twenty Basketball

THE LINEUPS

1. Virginia (55)........
2. Georgetown (3)......
3. Kentucky (2)........
4. Villanova (2).........
5. Memphis St........ .
6. UCLA..............
7. Louisville (1).........
8. Indiana ...............
9. Missouri..............
10. Iowa ..................

2-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
3-0
2-0
1-0
2-0

1,245
1,140
1,024
965
942
907
890
800
694
659

11. Houston ...............
12. St. John's, N.Y....... .
13. Alabama...........
14. Tennessee ..............
15. North Carolina .......
16. Arkansas............
17. Marquette...........
18. North Carolina State...
19. Oregon State.........
20. Nevada-Las Vegas ....

2-0
3-0
1-0
1-0
0-2
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
1-0

571
538,
470
456
317
283
177
175
161
153

MICHIGAN

CMU

(40)
(52)
(44)'
(24)l
(25)

Richard Rellford .
Issac Person.... .
Tim McCormick..1
Leslie Rockymore.
Eric Turner.......

.(6-6)
.(6-7)
(6-11)
.(6-3)
.(6-3)

F
F
C
G
G

(6-4)
(6-7)
(6-7),
(6-2)
(6-0).

..... Derek Boldon (40)
...... Don Wandzel (32)
....Kim Thompson (34)
Pete Lambroupoulos (12)
. Melvin McLaughlin (14)

.McLaughlin
..Central's big gun

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Manus, Kaufmann pace gymnasts

;By PAUL RESNICK
Michigan men gymnasts turned in
outstanding individual performances
last weekend in the Midwest Open held
"outside of Chicago.
Approximately 120 gymnasts com-
peted in each event for individual
awards. No team scores were
calculated.
Dina Manus took first place on the
parallel bars with a score of 9.6.
Teammate Dave Miller placed 11th in
the same event with a 9.1. Rick Kauf--
mann placed second on rings with a 9.5.
IN FLOOR exercises, Mike McKee
finished seventh with scores of 9.4 and
8.8. Kevin McKee turned in an im-
pressive 9.5 score in vaulting. ,
Coach Loken attributed some of the
success to the lack of pressure.

Because the competition was only on an*
individual basis, team members were
'able to relax and concentrate on their
own routines.
"It was a good experience for all of
them," said Loken. "It was also nice to
have a few winners."
Ticket suit successful
BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) - A judge
yesterday ordered the Detroit Lions to
pay a Bay City construction worker
$512.50 for 41 football tickets to a
National Football League game that
was scratched because of the players'
strike.
Randy Edgar, 28, sued the Lions in
small claims court after the team
refused to give him an immediate
refund for the tickets to the Detroit
Tampa Bay game scheduled Sept. 26.

The players' strike began Sept. 21.
BAY CITY District Judge Scott J.
Newcombe ordered the Lions to reim-
burse Edgar for the tickets, plus 12 per-
cent interest until the payment is made.
The interest comes to about $10.25. The
judge also ordered the Lions to pay
Edgar's court costs, which totaled
about $37.
"I'm excited, I'm very happy,"
Edgar said about the decision.
Lions attorney Fredrick J. Dindoffer
said the Lions had been ready to pay
Edgar the full refund but could not
because Edgar had not returned the
tickets he had bought for himself and a
group of friends.
"We've gone a rather circuitous route
and it's rather unfortunate from all
perspectives," Dindoffer said. "But
the Lions never wanted to hold Mr.
Edgar's money from him. Until we got
the tickets, we couldn't respond in any
manner to Mr. Edtgar's request."
Cubs sign Jenkins
CHICAGO (AP) - Pitchers Fergie
Jenkins and Willie Hernandez and out-
fielder Jay Johnstone signed multiyear
contracts with the Chicago Cubs
GRIDDE PICKS
In the end there was only one winner -
one man who stood head and shoulders
above the competition. Mike Peters,
you had a 16-4 record last week to run
your two-week total to 30-10. Mike will
soon be the proud owner of a Pizza
Bob's pizza. He is now the victor
valiant and the champion of the west.
Or maybe he's just incredibly lucky and
actually knows nothing at all about
football.
So now it is time to close up the Grid-
des shop for the season. We had some
firsts this season. Jim Sadler won three
times to run his career total to four.
Women won three times, another Grid-
des first. And I managed to insult ap-
proximately 2.4 million people in this
tiny space. If I didn't insult your dorm
or social group, it is simply because it's
not even worth mentioning.
-Mr. Griddes

yesterday.
Jenkins and Johnstone signed two-
year contracts and Hernandez was
signed to a three-year pact. No other
terms were revealed.
JENKINS, who will be 39 in two
weeks, was 14-15 with the Cubs last
season when he reached the 3,000
strikeout plateau and topped the star-
ters with a nighty 3.15 earned run
average. He has 278 career victories
and hopes to reach the coveted 300
mark sometime during the 1984 season.
Hernandez, 27, led the staff in ap-
pearances with 75, had a 4-6 record with
16 saves and a 3.00 ERA.
Johnstone, 36, came to the Cubs as a
free agent June 4 after he had been
released by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
In 98 games with the Cubs, Johnstone
had 10 homer and 43 runs batted in.
General Manager Dallas Green
called the players "Three key guys in
our plans for the future."
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