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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, January 5, 1983-Page 13
Loss to Cowbo.ys leaves cagers at 9-1

By JIM DWORMAN
Bill Frieder tried to play the Scrooge this holiday
season, but he was upstaged by the Oklahoma State
Cowboys.
The Michigan basketball coach, who scheduled
practice for his team on Christmas day, couldn't
match the performance of the Cowboys, who handed
the Wolverines their only defeat thus far this season,
78-70, in the opening round of the Toledo Blade-Glass
City Classic on December 21.
MICHIGAN WON its other four contests played
since the end of fall semester classes to bring its
record to 9-1.
Against the run-and-gun Cowboys, who have beaten
Tulsa and lost a one-point decision to Louisville, the
Wolverines led for most of the game before allowing
it to be tied with three seconds remaining in
regulation. Oklahoma State blew Michigan out in
overtime.
The Wolverines, however, could have won the
game in the usual 40 minutes, according to Frieder.
"It was a game we could have won and should have
won," said the third-year head coach. "We made
some foolish plays and let them off the hook."

PERHAPS THE most foolish play happened with 13
seconds left on the clock and Michigan holding a 67-65
lead and the ball. Isaac Person, the Wolverines'
senior forward, tried to drive the lane and pass off but
threw the ball away. Oklahoma State came down
court and tied the game on a wide open, 15-foot
baseline jumper by guard Bill Self with three seconds
to go.
"The final mistake that Ike made, it just was a play
that shouldn't be made," said Frieder. "In the last 15
seconds you just want to protect the ball. You don't
even want to take a shot."
In the consolation game of the tournament,
Michigan bounced back to crush an overmatched
Vermont team, 71-45. In the absence of Eric Turner,
who sat out the game with a twisted ankle, Leslie
Rockymore led the Wolverines with 19 points.
Michigan won its only road game prior to the Glass
City Classic by rallying to nip Detroit, 65-63 at
Calihan Hall. Playing much of the game without the
services of Turner, who sat on the bench in foul
trouble, the Wolverines held close to the then-winless
Titans before a pressure defense and Turner's return
to the lineup allowed Michigan to tie the game at 63 in
the final minute.

r" DETROIT MISSED on its next scoring opportunity
and gave the game to Michigan by fouling freshman
Rob Henderson with just 12 seconds left on the clock.
Henderson, a better-than-90-percent free throw
shooter in high school, connected on both ends of a
one-and-one to keep the Wolverines unbeaten.
"We wanted to foul Ike Person first and Leslie
Rockymore second," said Detroit coach Don Sicko,
who last year was Frieder's top assistant at
Michigan. "We just fouled the wrong guy."
Following the Toledo tournament, the Wolverines
returned to Crisler Arena to dominate a smaller
Florida A&M team, 83-49. Michigan used all fifteen of
its players and ten of them scored, five in double
figures. Among the five was Henderson, who played
his fourth consecutive strong game, adding nine
rebounds to his 10 points.
"He's my only consistent big man," said Frieder.
The Wolverines concluded the semester break in
style on December 30 with a 99-80 thrashing of highly-
regarded Penn. The Quakers, who entered the game
with a victory over once top-ranked Villanova under
their belts, couldn't keep up with Michigan's run-and-
gun attack. Eric Turner led the Wolverines with 23
points while Tim McCormick added a career-high 17.
nts and Harte contributed 12 points and 11 rebounds.
'HE WOLVERINES next visited Dayton and were bombed
-75. Flyers coach Linda Makowski defeated her high
ool coach, Michigan's Gloria Soluk, in that one.
n last week's Domino's tourney, Toledo allowed Michigan
core the first basket but never trailed again in the game.
rte led all scorers with 23 points. Diana Wiley notched nine
ounds and Lori Gnatkowski added 15 points.
'hen the lady hoopsters put together a pair of victories.
N A SEE-SAW game against Syracuse, the Wolverines
k the lead with less than a minute remaining and held on
a two-point victory, the first of the season. Harte notched
>oints and six assists, Lilly scored 20 and Wiley added 11
its and seven rebounds. Cincinnati defeated Toledo to
e the title. Harte was named to the All-Tournament team.
gainst Detroit, Harte notched 21 points and nine reboun-
Wendy Bradetich added 18 points and Gnatkowski con-
>uted four assists and five steals.
[ichigan opens the Big Ten season Friday night against
rthwestern at Crisler Arena.

Hoopsters
snap
losing
streak

By JIM DAVIS
It took a while, but now the team's on a roll.
The Wolverine women's basketball team has won its last
two games, their first wins of the season, beating Detroit 68-
63 Monday night at Calihan Hall, and edging Syracuse 83-81
in the second round of the Domino's Pizza Wolverine Classic
at Crisler Arena.
MICHIGAN, NOW 2-8 on the season, dropped its first four
games during the break, including an opening round 79-67
loss to Toledo in the Domino's Tournament. The Wolverines
then proceeded to knocked off Syracuse to snare third place
Thursday.
Notre Dame defeated the Wolverines 62-58 on December
12th. Michigan outscored the Irish 20-9 down the stretch but
fell short. Peg Harte led all scorers with 23 points and Terri
Soullier added seven rebounds.
Saginaw Valley slid by the Wolverines 68-66 on December
18. Michigan led 35-26 at halftime but lost the lead midway
through the second half. Saginaw never led by more than four
points. Freshman Orethia Lilly paced the scoring with 15

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan guard Eric Turner, shown here going to the hoop against Kansas,
missed the Vermont game with an ankle injury. He returned, however, to
guide the Wolverines to victories over Florida A&M and Pennsylvania.

Icers third at Great Lakes tourney

USFL's Panthers
draft Carter in 2nd

By JOE CHAPELLE
The Wolverine icers redeemed them-
selves after losing to Michigan State, 6-
3, by pounding Notre Dame, 12-3; in the
consolation game of the 18th annual
Great Lakes Invitational College
Hockey Tournament. The game was
played before a Joe Louis Arena crowd
-of 21,347, the largest crowd to ever wit-
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ness a hockey game in North America.
Michigan tied tournament records for
the most goals (12), assists (22) and
points (34) in the contest with the Irish.
Michigan's Paul Spring, Kelly Mc-
Crimmon, and Brad Tippett each had
two goals in the game.
THE WOLVERINES were not so for-
tunate, however, in the first game of the
tournament. Michigan State rattled off
three quick goals in the first period
against Michigan, the first coming at
11:58, on an unassisted Dee Rizzo goal.

Senior center Joe Milburn provided
the opening goal of the game for the
Wolverines at the 12:11 mark to cap off
a power play. Milburn's score came
when Michigan State already had built
up a 5-0 lead.
The Spartans grabbed the tour-
nament championship with a 5-3 victory
over Michigan Tech. The Spartans'
Dale Krentz snapped a 2-2 tie at the 3:00

mark of the third period. After Tech's
Ward Sparrow knotted the game again
at 10:09, Krentz scored at 13:32 off a

CCHA Standings
W L T
Bowling Green ..... 13 2 1
Michigan State ..... 13 3 0
Ohio State...........10 4 2
Northern Michigan . 9 4 3
Michigan Tech ..x...10 6 0
Western Michigan .. 7 9 0
Miami .............. 6 9 1
Ferris State ........ 5 10 1
MICHIGAN ........ 5 11 0
Lake Superior ...... 5 11 0
Illinois-Chicago ..... 5 11 0
Notre Dame ........ 4 12 0

Pts.
27
26
22
21
20
16
13
11
10
10
10
8

Gary Haight pass, giving the Spartans
the lead. Lyle Phair added an insurance
goal off a power play at 16:26.
LEAGUE LEADER Bowling Green
was-upended by Lowell 7-3 in the first
round of the RPI Tournament, but
came back in the consolation contest to
triumph over Brown 7-4. Junior John
Samanski garnered two goals and one
assist in the third period of the Brown
game. CCHA scoring leader Brian Hills
gathered four assists in the same game
to boost his point tally to 51 on the year,
the first league player to break the 50-
point mark this season.
Northern Michigan travelled to
Duluth to compete in the Jeno's Classic
and came away with a 1-2 record. The
Wildcats lost the tournament opener to
Harvard, 7-0, and dropped their next
game to Minnesota-Duluth, 4-2, before
beating Northern Arizona 6-4.
Wisconsin swept a two-game series
from Lake Superior, 7-5 and 4-3. The
pair defeats marks the end of LSSC
coach Bill Selmon's career. Selmon
retired on January 1, after compiling a
276-217-21 record in 15 campaigns.

NEW YORK (UPI) - Michigan All-
America wide receiver Anthony Carter
was selected by the Michigan Panthers
in the second round of the United States
Football League draft yesterday as the
fledgling league held its first annual
draft.
The Panthers tabbed Carter after
they had chosen Wisconsin defensive
back David Greenwood in the first
round.
FORMER NFL wheeler-dealer
George Allen serving as the field mar-
shal, the USFL officially established
the battle lines for an all-out bidding
war with the National Football League

by selecting quarterback Dan Marino
and several other top flight collegiate
talent in its draft.
Marino, a standout passer who led
Pittsburgh to a 9-3 season, and the
"Pony Express" duo of Eric Dickerson
and Craig James of Southern Methodist
were among the first round selections
in the open phase of the draft. Marino
had the distinction of being the first
player chosen as the Los Angeles Ex-
press tabbed the Panthers' star.
James and Dickerson, who teamed to
lead SMU to a No. 2 national ranking,
also were taken high in the first round.

CCHA Leading Scorers

i. Brian Hills, BGSU .......
2. Brad Tippett. MICH .....
3. Chris Seychel. MiCHI....
4. Ted Speers, MICH ..
5. Dave Kbobryn,. OSIJ .

GP G
20 23
20 14
18 20
20 13
20 10

A
28
27
19
26
28

Pts
51
41
39
39
38

Se'ych el
... third in conference

WMPL Hocke y Poll
Pts.
1. Minnesota (8) ....................97
2. Minnesota-Duluth ................89
3. Michigan State (2).............80
4. Clarkston.....................52
5. Bowling Green ...................47
6. Providence....................46
7. Harvard......................34
8. Wisconsin ........................24
9. St. Lawrence...................18
10. Ohio State.......................16

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By KARL WHEATLEY
. If the Wolverine Invitational at
Crisler arena on December 11 was the
way the Michigan gymnastics teams
warm up for finals, then Kathy Beck-
with must have pulled some very good
grades indeed.
The junior Ontario native set season
bests in the vault, uneven bars, floor
exercise, and all-around as she won all
these events, except the floor exercise. .
Meanwhile the women's team took
,end place against Michigan State,
ork, and Western Michigan, five poin-
1 too few to catch first-place MSU. The
ZRen's team gathered 232.55 points,
;#hough to beat out Eastern Michigan,
but not enough to challenge the 273.0
-.pints of York, who won the meet or the
-258 of MSU, or the 247.8 that Western
- .cored.
r BECKWITH'S meet winning 8.9 on
te vault was followed closely by a 8.75
- by teammate Dayna Samuelson, good
frsecond place. Beckwith then totally
,utdistanced the competition with a 9.25
n the uneven bars, while none of the

other Wolverines even made the top
four.
The Spartans then took 1-2 in the
balance beam with a 9.1 by Bonnie Ellis
and an 8.65 by Angela Deaver. Then
Beckwith and Nancy Papows both got
season-high 8.6's in the floor exercise,
but that was only good enough for four-
th-place, as Ellis and Frances Marino
of MSU took first place, tied at 8.95.
All her strong performances added
up to Beckwith winning the all-around
title with 34.6 points, just ahead of the
34.4 by Spartan Linda Guhl. MSU took
the team title with 167.3 points, followed
by Michigan at 162.3, Western Michigan
at 160.9 and York at 110.35.
THE MEN'S gymnasts managed to
place high in all the events, but only
managed a fourth-place team finish.
Kevin McKee took first in the floor
exercises with a 9.7, as well as first in
the high bar with a 9.5. Captain Milan
Stanovich took first on the trampoline
with a 9.8, and also took the all-around
title with a 55.70.

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