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ay, January 27, 1984
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THE LEAD PROVED insurmountable for the Wolverines.
After Joubert hit a jumper to pull Michigan to within two, 55-
53, at 1:32 it seemed as if someone had put the lid over
Michigan's basket. First, Tim McCormick missed a free
throw after a Jim Rowinski foul inside.
Then, on Michigan's next possession, the Wolverines
missed four shots from underneath the basket and for all of
their futile efforts, were hit with a foul call on Roy Tarpley.
Purdue's Rowinski connected on a free throw to put the
Boilermakers ahead 56-53 with 26 seconds left in the game.
Michigan made another desperate charge as they cut the
leadto 57-55 on a pair of Turner free throws with six seconds
remaining. But time was too short and Purdue remains in
first place tied with Illinois in the Big Ten with a 5-1 record
while the Wolverines drop to 4-3.
ALTHOUGH Michigan could have won the game in the last
minutes, they buried themselves a hole in the first half.
"We just didn't play well in the first half," added Frieder.
"When you get behind like we did, it takes a lot of effort to
come back. You have to play hard all 40 minutes and we did-

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n't and that's why it's a loss and not a win."
Purdue came out opening the contest aggressively as they
were able to go inside with ease against a sluggish Michigan
team. Purdue's bruiser forward Rowinski and Mark Atkin-
son, who started in place of Jim Bullock, at the other forward
position, were the main beneficiaries of the Wolverines' slop-
py play. Atkinson went on to score a team-high 15 points, 10 of
which came in the first half.
"THEY WERE very strong inside and we couldn't beat
them like we should have," said McCormick, who fouled out
of the game with less than a minute remaining.
Still, despite inconsistent shooting, and a thunderous crowd
of 13,610, Michigan almost overcame the barriers of winning
on the road.
"It's got to be a morale booster for them even if they lost,"
said Purdue coach Gene Keady, who now owns a perfect 7-0
record against Michigan. "If we go up there and play like
they did here, I'd be happy."
"We really felt that we could win," added Turner, who was
the game's high score with 17 points. "Now it puts our backs
to the wall and we just have to hope we get it back together
against Illinois."
PU-ed

MICHIGAN

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PURDUE

MinFG/AFT/A R A PF TP

MinFG/AFT/A R A

Atkinson.........34
Eifert..............19
Rowinski........... 40
Hall ............... 40
Reid .............. 29
Bullock............ 26
Clawson............12
Team rebounds ....

6/9
0/1
3/12
4/9
3/9
2/4
1/3

3/4
2/2
5/8
5/5
4/4
2/5
2/3

4
6
12
7
1
6
0
4

2
2
0
3
6
0
0

PF
1
3
4
3
3
3
1

TP
15
2
11
13
10
6
4

Joubert...........
Wade..............
McCormick .......
Rockymore........
Turner..........
Tarpley...........
Reilford ...........
Pelekoudas ........
Jokisch............
Henderson........
Team .............

25
19
31
24
37
28
14
15
6
1

3/11
1/5
2/7
1/7
6/14
5/8
3/4
2/3
0/1
0/0

0/0
0/0
3/8
2/2
5/5
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/1
0/0

2
8
8
2
3
5
1
0
1
0

2
0
4
2
0
0
0
0

4
4
5
2
3
2
1
3
0
0

6
2
7
'4
17
11
6
4
0
0

Totals............200 19/47 23/31 40 13 18
Halftime score: Purdue35, MICHIGAN 29
Attendance: 13,610

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AP Photo 4
Ohio State's Tony Campbell tries to pass around Iowa's Steve Carfino as Iowa
center Brad Lohaus looks on in the first half of last night's game in Colum-
bus.

Totals..............200 23/60 11/18 34 10 24 57

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CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Quinn Richardson hit three clutch
field goals in the second half last night to help No. 9 Illinois to
a 46-40 victory over Michigan State and retain its share of fir-
st place in the Big Ten.
Illinois remained tied with Purdue for the conference lead.
Both teams are 5-1 in the Big Ten. The Illini are 14-2 overall.'
Michigan State dropped its sixth straight game. The Spar-
tans are 1-6 and 7-9.
RICHARDSON, WHO finished with nine points, hit baskets
while the Illini were in the throes of a 4-for-20 second half
shooting slump.
Illinois took an early 12-6 lead while the Spartans were
mired in a shooting slump, hitting only three of their first 12
shots.
But Illini center George Montgomery picked up his second
foul with 10:04 to go and sat out the rest of the half. With Mon-
tgomery on the bench, the Illinois offense began to sputter
and Michigan State clawed to an 18-18 tie with 1:18 to go in the

half.
Ohio State 65, Iowa 54
COLUMBUS (AP) - Tony Campbell hit all 15 of his shots,
seven of them from the field, to lead Ohio State to a 65-54 Big
Ten basketball victory over Iowa last night.
The 6-7 senior forward scored 22 points, his 50th straight
game in double figures, in helping the Buckeyes post their
third straight league victory for a 3-3 Big Ten record. Ohio
State is 10-6 for all games.
IOWA, LED BY Greg Stokes' 15 points, fell'to 2-4 in the
league and 9-7 overall.
Campbell hit all six of his floor shots and two free throws in
the first half, pacing Ohio State into a 28-25 halftime lead.
Iowa led briefly in the early moments of the second half
before a basket by Dave Jones gave the Buckeyes the lead for
good at 46-44 with 7:08 to play.
Once Ohio State built a 48-45 lead, the Buckeyes went to a
control game and forced the Hawkeyes to foul.

Big Ten Standings

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

Conf. Overall
WL W L
......... 51 14 2
51 12 4
S42 11 5
...... 43 12 5
...... 33 10 6
.24 9 7
......... 3 4 11 5.
......... 3 4 7 9
......... 2 4 9 7
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By PAULA SCHIPPER
Cranked-up with cheers, balloons,
and banners, Michigan State may have
beat Michigan in loud enthusiasm but
they just couldn't pull the score out of
the water.
In last night's dual women's swim
meet, the Wolverines nabbed their last
dual home meet 77-63.
ALTHOUGH MSU WAS rested two
days for the event and only trailed
Michigan by four points at the halfway
mark, illness had already taken its toll
on the Spartans. Michigan State's key
performers, diver Tracy Malarik and
freestyler Wendy Ingraham, had both
only recently recovered from
mononucleosis, and freestyler Mary
Beth Carmichael had a bad cold.
Nevertheless, they all grabbed top
honors for MSU. Malar;ik took the 3-
meter diving event and Carmichael
won the 500-freestyle. Clearly,
Ingraham was the Spartan powerhouse
with wins in the 50- and 100-yard free.
Yet she was upset with her loss in the
200-yard freestyle to Michigan senior
Sue Cahill.
"I was really disappointed," said
Ingraham. "I heard a lot about her

(Cahill) and I just tried to hang on."
IN WHAT WAS the closest match-up4
of the night, Cahill lagged behind
Ingraham until the very last length.
"I don't go out fast but I always finish
much faster," said Cahill who was
rewarded by her best time of the season
by over two seconds.
Other fast times for the Wolverines
included Cahill's firsts in the 400-yard
individual medley and 200-yard breast.
Lisa Lunsford snapped up the 200 and
100 fly, Kay Lundy got the 1000 free,
Jane Esselstyn was first for the 100
back, and Cecilia Sheehan took the 200-
yard back.
IN ADDITION TO the win, the spirit-
filled meet was especially emotional
because Cahill and senior Andrea Wolf
have swam their final home meet for
the Wolverines.
"It's so sad to see them go," said
freshman Esselstyn. "We all go out
together and they just joke around.
We've gotten to know everything about
them.
"A.J. (Wolf) is like the Jane Fonda of-
the team - she gets us all in shape. Sue,
she's engaged, but she's just a little
silly girl like the rest of us."

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