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Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 6, 1984
Wolverines scratch

'Cats

(Continued from Page 1)
Frieder commented, "It was good to see Eric play
well tonight. It's been a tough time for him, but he
came through."
THE FLASHY GUARD'S evening even drew rave
reviews from the opposition. "Turner was excep-
tional tonight," said Falk. "He provided great
leadership and was the difference tonight."
Turner was not alone. Once again it was a team ef-
fort with Antoine Joubert especially shining in his Big
Ten debut. The 6-5 swingman notched a career-high
16 points to go along with his four assists and two
steals.
The whole performance left everyone, including
Joubert, smiling.

"TODAY I HAD a great time out there," bubbled
the Detroit native. "I loved it, I had a lot of fun."
Roy Tarpley (12 rebounds, two blocked shots), Tim
McCormick (10 points, eight rebounds) and Butch
Wade (eight points) also loved the game, as they
helped the guard tandem boost Michigan's record to
9-2. The Wildcats fell for the 18th consecutive time on
the road.
The team effort proved too much of a match against
the two-man Northwestern show of Andre Goode and
Art Aaron. The duo combined for 34 poiints including
Aaron's game-high 21. That, combined with the loP
sided Wolverine rebounding margin (47-26), proved
to be the story of the contest.

OH YEAH, the game.
After Turner's alley-oop pass to Tarpley for a
ferocious dunk early in the first half, there really
wasn't much of one, as Northwestern was unable to
cut the Wolverine lead to single digits the rest of the
night.
But while the 11,715 Crisler crowd was celebrating
the Wolverines ascent to the top of the infant Big Ten
standings, Frieder was - what else - warning the
press and the players about the Iowa Hawkeyes, the
next team on Michigan's agenda.
"Iowa has a big height advantage over us," said
Frieder. "They're coming off a tough loss and they
had an extra day of rest, so they'll be a tough match."

Cents~ible
Reasons
To Eat At
Olga's Kitchen
Being a college student is a good lesson in dollars and
sense. Take eating for example. Eating a good meal is
sensible. Paying a lot of money for it, is not.
With that in mind,Olga's Kitchen is now offering you
six coupons that enable you to eat a very good meal at a
very sensible price - - just 99.
Try our Breakfast Olga. Get two fluffy scrambled eggs
topped with onion, tomato, Olgasauce and your choice of
ham, cheese, or both (or plain), all wrapped in Olga's made-
fresh-to-order bread, plus a small fresh-squeezed orange
juice for just 990.
For lunch or dinner, get Olga's extraordinary bread
wrapped around your choice of meats, cheeses or vegetables
- - each just 99. On Sundays, buy any Olga at the regular
price, then help yourself to our bountiful, all-you-can-eat
salad bar for just 99c.
So whether it's for breakfast, lunch, or dinner - - do the
sensible thing - - eat at Olga's Kitchen.
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MICHIGAN
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NORTHWESTERN
MInFG/AFT/A

Rellford .7
McCormick....... 25
Wade.............17
Rockymore........23
Turner.............29
Tarpley............22
Joubert............27
Henderson ........ 15
Pelekoudas........ 20
Thompson ......... 8
Jokisch............ 5
Rudy.............1
Antonides.........21
TOTALS.........200)

0/2
4/6
4/7
3/12
7/11
1/6
7/12
1/1
0/2
1/2
1/2
0/0
0/0
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0/0
2/2
0/0
0/0
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16
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Aaron .............31
Goode ............ 37
Schultz............ 34
Berg .............. 28
Watts ............. 36
Fullen ............. 12
Murray ........... 8
Dixon..............1
Pitts .............. 6
Peterson .......... 3
Richardson........ 3
Branch ............ 1

8/19
6/15
2/4
2/4
2/3
0/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/1
0/0
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TOTALS...........200 21/50

68 Halftime score: MICHIGAN 37, Northwestern 21.
Attendance: 11,715.

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:
('pinned at
Special to the Daily Pierre
LEHIGH, Pa. - Although the Wolv- Mario Tr
erine wrestling team lost a tight, 22-21 Naslund
match at Lehigh last night, four in- Canadien
dividuals still turned in notable vic- to .500 -
tories. 21-4.
In the 118-pound weight class, THE G
William Waters ran his record to 11-7 on came 1:4
the season by shutting out Damian the perio
Butler, 20-0. At 126, senior All- moved D(
American Joe McFarland pinned Todd 16:53.
Cassan to run his record to 29-3. -Naslun(
Sophomore Ray Yerkes had a major seman Br
decision over Eyvind Boyesen in the 177 for Walt
class. It was Yerkes' second win of the goaltend
season in as many attempts. A t With 1'
heavyweight, junior Rob Rechsteiner Ludwig
pinned Steve Vetsch. The win put backhan
Rechsteiner's record at 25-6. Hollin.
Tomorrow, the Wolverines travel to PONTI.
Bloomsburg, Pa. to face Bloomsburg will join t
State. The team opens its Big Ten with the N
season January 14 against Indiana. Diego Clii
C~anadiens 5, Red Wings I offer fort

Lehigh
Mondou, Bob Gainey and
emblay also scored and Mats
drew three assists for the
s, who again upped their mark
19-19-2. Detroit slipped to 15-
OALS BY Walter and Ludwig
5 apart beginning at 18:05 of
od after Lane Lambert had
etroit within 3-1 with a goal at
d used his speed to beat defen-
rad Park, then dropped a pass
er, who wristed a shot past
er Ed Mio.
0 seconds left in the period,
made it 5-1 when his soft
der eluded Mio.
s joins Pistons
AC (UPI) - Lionel Hollins
he Pistons for tonight's game
New York Knicks after the San
ppers failed to match Detroit's
he veteran guard.
adline for San Diego to sign
30, expired Friday. Detroit
e 6-3 guard to back up Isiah
is an eight-year veteran who
12.7 point scoring average to
He averaged 13.5 points in 56
th San Diego last season.

THE. SPORTING VIEWS
The Holiday season...
. , breeds pigskin nausea
By JEFF BERGIDA
This holiday season proved to me that there is such a thing as too many
football games on T.V.
Sixteen bowl contests (not including any Blue-Gray, East-West or Male-
Female all-star "classics"), six NFL playoff games and countless pre-game
shows, featuring expert analysis from somebody named Bert, managed to hit
my saturation point. How many times can one hear about the interior line
match-ups between Peach Bowl participants Florida State and North
Carolina? The game couldn't draw enough people to break even and CBS was
treating it like the World Series.
The 1983-84 bowl season started harmlessly enough as the Independence,
California and Florida Citrus bowls went by quickly. By the 22nd of Decem-
ber, however, the games started to roll by at a furious pace. West Viginia beat
Kentucky in the Hall of Fame Bowl and ESPN's announcers got some
fascinating player comments. Every viewer of that contest now knows in
which coal mining town the Mountaineers and Wildcats grew up.
From then on there was no let-up. Brigham Young beat Missouri and ESPN
analyst Bud Wilkinson did a fine job of being elderly. Alabama embarassed
highly-ranked SMU in the Sun Bowl (in El Paso, Texas where Michigan's
basketball team went 0-2 making this a perfect holiday season for Wolverine
fans).
December 26 was the highlight of the schedule for patriotic Americans as
Iran's team, the Dallas Fascists, were eliminated from the NFL playoffs by
the L.A. Rams. We will be spared the sight of Tom Landry and Tony Dorsett
for eight wonderful months.
Later that night, Penn State beat Washington in the Aloha Bowl. Some guy
named Joe Butita was on the air for ESPN and he managed to exhibit a vast
lack of football expertise (although he described the weather nicely). The
Liberty Bowl followed as the Boston College Eagles were out-Catholic-ed by
Notre Dame, before 38,229 of the masses.

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MONTREAL (AP) - Ryan Walter
and Craig Ludwig broke open the game
with late second-period goals to power
the Montreal Canadiens to a 5-1
National Hockey League victory that
snapped the Detroit Red Wings' four-
game winning streak last night.

thne dec
Hollins,
signed th
Thomas.
Hollins
brings a
Detroit. F
games wi

Twelve games in 80 hours put me
away last weekend. First, Iowa got
stepped on by Florida in the Gator
Bowl. The Big Ten went 1-3 in post-
season proving once again that foot-
ball is not a midwestern sport.
The NIL playoffs had Miami
eliminated by Seattle in an outstan-
ding game. Don Shula wins too much
anyway. Detroit's mighty Lions put
up a valiant struggle, for a team that
didn't deserve to make the USFL
playoffs. Oklahoma State toDned
Baylor in the Bluebonnet Bowl on
New Year's Eve. ESPN just got the
ratings back and it turns out I was one
of the 13 people watching.
Sunday, Washington demolished my
Rams and the Oakland (don't call them

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Cooper ".
..or is it "Copper" ?

Los Angeles) Raiders did the same to Pittsburgh. Steeler QB Cliff Stoudt
showed the heart of a mouse and Franco Harris managed to avoid getting
tackled by heading for the nearest sideline every time he touched the ball.
The big day was January 2. Five big games opening with Texas' loss to
Georgia in the Cotton Bowl, 10-9, and the miserable Buckeyes getting lucky in
the Fiesta Bowl and edging Pitt. Both clashes were decided by late touch-
downs and made for exciting viewing. It's always great when a team from the
state of Texas loses. Even if Lindsey "plaid sport coat" Nelson announces.
The Rose Bowl was the only mismatch of the day. Didn't you feel sorry for
the Fighting (?) Illini and their fans as UCLA was kicking their heads in?
Lovable Mike White and Co. finally met up with a good team and all those fine
people in Champaign may now shut up. Illinois would have come in fourth in
most conferences.
Finally, Michigan took the field against Auburn in the Sugar Bowl. Who'll
ever forget the dolcid tones of Frank "I root for every Southern team" Broyles
describing the play of Wolverine safety Evan "Copper." That's Copper, as in
the stuff they used to put in pennies.
Michigan fans were crushed by another last-second defeat. It'll be hard to
get over this one. We lost to a bunch of extras from The Dukes of Hazard.
Sorry; I got off the track. Miami ended my vacation by shocking the
Nebraska Invincibles, 31-30, in the Orange Bowl. It was another great game.
The best part was when Irving Fryar dropped a perfect touchdown pass and
tried to bury himself under a rock.
Well, I've had enough TV, it's time to go out and experience life. Wait...
ESPN has 58 basketball games on this month. Where's my cable box?

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