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SPORTS__
The Michigan Daily Tuesday, February 8, 1983 Page 8

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Hoo psters fall into Big

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By PAUL HELGREN
After trailing by three points at the
half, Michigan State scored the first 10
points of the second half en route to a 74-
60 triumph over the women's basketball
team Sunday at East Lansing. The loss
was the seventh straight for Michigan
and dropped its record to 3-16, 1-8 in the
Big Ten.
The game was important because
going into the contest the two teams
were tied for eighth place with identical
"1-7 records. Michigan's loss, coupled
with previously winless Iowa's win over
Purdue, dropped the Wolverines into
last place.
MICHIGAN started strong in the first
. half, leading by as many as seven poin-
ts. Led by freshmen Wendy Bradetich
and Sandy Svoboda, who combined for
18 points and 10 rebounds in the first
half, the Wolverines managed to hold a
31-28 lead at intermission.
But the second half was all Michigan
State. After the Spartans opened up
with a 10-point binge, Michigan's Oret-
hia Lilly hit a jumper to pull the
Wolverines to within five, at 38-33, but

they could come no closer than that the
rest of the way.
Michigan fouled frantically near the
end of the contest in hopes of getting
back into the game, but the Spartans hit
their free throws and put the game out
of reach.
PEG HARTE, who did not start for
the first time this season, led Michigan
with 16 points. Lilly added 14 points and
Bradetich finished with 12.
Michigan State forward Liz Preston
led the Spartans with 19 points and 15
rebounds. Jackie Carter added 15 poin-
ts and 10 boards.
Michigan will get a chance to avenge
Sunday's loss and climb out of the
cellar when they meet Michigan State
in a rematch this Sunday at Crisler
Arena.

Tracksters preview MSU
The 60th annual Michigan State
Relays served as a sneak preview for
the upcoming dual meet between the
Spartans and Michigan.
The 12-team meet last weekend at
East Lansing featured many in-state
schools, including the two arch-rivals.
Although scores were not kept,
Michigan placed high in several events
including two first place finishes.
It was the performance of freshman
Todd Steverson that received high
praise from coach Jack Harvey. With a
time of 1:10.35, Steverson finished
second in the 600-yard run behind Mar-
cus Sanders of MSU,who is considered
one of the best in the country.
Michigan grabbed top honors in two
events. Derek Harper's leap of 24'-5 3/4
won the long jump.
The shuttle hurdle relay team of
Derrick Stinson, Dave Hall, Mike
Sudarkasa and Tom Wilcher won
that event.
Michigan also had a number of
second place finishes. Miler Ron Sim-
pson crossed the tape in a time of
4:07.50. Meanwhile, John Neilson
grabbed second in the shot put, while

en cellar
two other Wolverines had fourth and fif-
th finishes. Finally, Michigan took
second honors in the two-mile relay.
Three relay records whichrwere held
by former Wolverines were broken
over the weekend by the Spartans. But
the Michigan thinclads get a crack at
avenging those stolen marks this
Friday and Saturday.
-JEFF MOHRENWEISER

Basketball
It's playoff time again. Yesterday marked the opening day of the IM
Basketball playoff tournaments. Here are the results of some first round ac-
tion.
Residence Hall
A strong second-half performance lifted Trouser Mouser to a 51-29
thrashing of Oxford Seely in the A playoff Division. The Mousers, who were
locked in a tight 14-9 contest at half time, poured in 37 points in the second
half to turn the game into a laugher. Dave Karp and Andy Arton led the
scoring effort with 16 and 12 points, respectively.
Gomberg A won a triple-overtime thriller defeating the Alice Lloyd
Mystics 56-54. Gomberg had opportunities to seal the victory in the first two
overtimes, but missed a layup in the first OT, and a free throw in the second
extra session. Finally, they hit two free shots in the last minute of the third
overtime to notch the win. Jim Ruth, who led the team in scoring with 14
points commented, "It was great to pull.it out. We had them by 15 at half-
time, but we let them come back. They had a strong press. I'm just glad we
won."
Womens
The Kamikazees broke open at 16-16, and dive bombed the Bush Bunnies
46-20 in women's competitive action.
"We only had five players and we were tired," said captain Mary Quinn.
"What made the difference was we came -out with a press in the second half
and that got us going." Quinn helped the team effort with a game high 24.
points.
In more women's action, the MTs defeated the Swishs 25-18 in a defensive
struggle. The MTs jumped out to an early 10-point lead and never trailed in
the contest. Mary Bithowski took game scoring honors with 17 points for the
winners. The other women's teams, Armageddon and Zeta Tau Alpha, had
easy wins on Sunday via forfeits.
Independent
The Bad News Bears had a bad day on Sunday losing to Too Hot to Handle
by a 38-22 count. Neither team was too hot in the first half as both teams
struggled to find the basket. In the second half, Too Hot heated up and scored
the opening eight points. Wayne Veale led a balanced scoring attack with 11
points.
Mike Thompson poured in 34 points to lead the Ministers to an improbable
61-34-drubbing of the Unbeatables. Thompson had an awesome afternoon hit-
ting on a host of long range jumpers. He was quite modest about his im-
pressive afternoon, and gave credit for the victory to a strong team effort. In
other Independent action the Express defeated the Juice 46-38. Adams Bom-
bers disposed of Gomberg's Worst 43-25, and Gold B romped over Comin'
Adams by a 51-22 count.
The IM Digest briefly relates the activites of the Michigan Intramural
program during the previous week. This week 's information was
compiled by Daily sportswriter Dan Price.

Hall
... winning relay-team member

MEN'S BASKETBALL
at Michigan State, Feb. 12, 7:30 p.m.
HOCKEY
at Ferris State, Feb. 11, 12, 7:30 p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
MICHIGAN STATE, Feb. 13, 2 p.m.
WRESTLING
IOWA STATE, Feb. 11, 7:30 p.m.

CENTRAL MICH, EASTERN MICH,
OHIO UNIVERSITY, Feb. 12, 4 p.m.
MEN'S INDOOR TRACK
MICHIGAN STATE DUAL MEET,
Feb. 12

WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK
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Bowling Green ..........21
Michigan State ..........20
Ohio State.............17
Michigan Tech..........16
Northern Michigan ......14

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Miami ................11
Ferris State............8
Western Michigan ........9
Notre Dame ..............9
MICHIGAN ..............9
Lake Superior...........8
Illinois-Chicago.........6
FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Northern Michigan 5, MICHIGAN 3
Michigan Tech 4, Ferris State 2
Ohio State 6, Illinois-Chicago 3
Michigan State 7, Lake Superior 3
Miami 9,Notre Dame 2

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SATURDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 3,Northern Michigan 2
Western Michigan 3, Bowling Green 3 (OT)
Michigan Tech 8, Ferris State 0
Ohio State 5, Illinois-Chicago 1
Michigan State 2, Lake Superior 1
Notre Dame 6, Miami 4
This Week's Games
February 11-12
MICHIGAN at Ferris State
Bowling Green at Notre Dame
Michigan State at Michigan Tech
Western Michigan at Ohio State
Illinois-Chicago at Miami
Northern Michigan at Lake Superior
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Providence (5)......24-4-
3. North Dakota.......20-9-1
4. Michigan State.......24-6-0
5. Bowling Green......22-5-3
6. Wisconsin.........21-9-3
7. Ohio State.........20-5-5
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Tippett, MICHIGAN ...................18
6. Bjork, Notre Dame ....................22
7. Samanski, Bowling Green .............22
8. BissettMichigan Tech,...............22
9. Kane, Bowling Green ..... .........21
10. Ponath, Northern Michigan...........16

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