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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 2, 1984
Blue bowls over Ba

(Continued from Page 1)
near the end of the first half; the
Wolverines used the height of Roy Tar-
pley and Tim McCormick to cruise to
their easiest win since the opener
against Northwestern. Tarpley finished
with 22 points and eight rebounds, Mc-
Cormick 18 and four.
It was a big victory too because Ohio
State lost to Illinois, moving the
Wolverines in sole possession of fourth
place in the Big Ten and closer to NCAA
tournament berth. Michigan stands at 8-
7 and 16-9 overall. Ohio State is a half a
game back at 8-8.
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WHILE THE Wolverines did pretty
much as they pleased on offense, their
defense shut down the Badger offense,
especially guard Rick Olson. Olson,
who had 39 points at Madison, was held
to just 10 points on 4-9 from the floor.
Leading Big Ten scorer Cory Blackwell
tallied 28, but many of them came after
the contest was a foregone conclusion.
Wisconsin snuck up on the Wolverines
at the end of the half 37-33, but the Tar-
pley scoring machine made the
Badgers look like a suburban high
school team in the second half. Tarpley
hit on four straight jumpers a few
minutes into the period to give the
Wolverines a 56-45 advantage, leaving
the farm-boy types in his wake.
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"Tarpley has really developed since
we've seen him last," Yoder observed.
"He was just too much for us."
THOUGH TARPLEY credited
Wisconsin's defense, there was no stop-
ping him. His confidence grows with
every game. "I feel like I'm not going to
miss," he said.
The Crisler crowd of 13,109 had more
than Tarpley to entertain them,
however. Numerous fast break dunks
by Tarpley and Rich Rellford from Eric
Turner feeds picked up the generally
lethargic patrons. "That (the dunks)
reminds me of high school," Turner
remarked.
Rellford was nullified on a potential
jam midway in the second half by
Blackwell. The Badger star payed a
price for going up with the high-flying
Rellford.
"IT WAS A GOOD block," Rellford
admitted. "I told him after it was a
good block. But his hand was hurting.

dgers
He couldn't even shake my hand after."
Rellford could afford to be gracious to
his opponents. He and his teammates
won't see any more games this easy.
Coach Bill Frieder even got a rare op-
portunity to clear his bench, getting
everyone into the blowout except Jon
Antonides, who is still injured, and Paul
Jokisch. Jokisch, who will play football
next year for the Wolverines, declined
assistant coach Steve Fisher's offer to
enter the contest. "Look, there was 40
seconds left in the game. I don't want to
go in with 40 seconds left in the game,"
he said.
As frustrated as Jokisch may be, it
probably couldn't be as bad as Wiscon-
sin's Yoder. The Wolverine slaughter
left him to go cry in his beer.
"You guys enjoy the evening," he
told reporters. "I'm gonna go have a
beer."

Onward

MICHIGAN
Min FG/A FT/A

Turner............ 33
Joubert............29
McCormick........32
Tarpley ........... 38
Wade.............. 10
Rellford............15
Pelekoudas........ 23
Rockymore........14
Thompson ......... 3
Henderson ........ 2
Rudy .............. 1
Team Rebounds ...

2/5
4/7
7/7
9/15
2/2
3/8
2/4
2/4
0/0
1/1
0/0

2/2
2/2
6/6
2/3
0/0
3/4
2/2
0/0
1/2
0/0
2/2

R
3
0
4
8
t
3
2
0
0
0
1
2

PF
2
2
2
4
3
1
3
1
0
0
0

TP
6
10
18.
22
4
9
6
4
1
2
2

WISCONSIN
Min FG/A FT/A R

A PF TP

Blackwell.:........ 39 10/15 8/9

Roth .............. 40
Ploss ............. 4
Miller ............. 28
Plondke ........... 15
Heineman ......... 33
Steinhaus.........I
Weber...........
Team rebounds....
TOTALS.........200;
Attendance: 13,109

8/15
0/0
3/5
0/1
3/7
0/0
0/0

4/5
0/0
0/0
1/2
4/4
0/0
0/0

6 2 2
0 0 3
0 0 3
4 1 4
2 0 3
7 2 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
4

28
20
0
6
1
10
0
0

28/52 19/22 25 5 21 75

TOTALS...........200 32/53 20/23 24 22 18 84

Scoring

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Wisconsin . ......................33
MICHIGAN......................37

2 T
42 75
T 47 84

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
The Wolverines rejected the Badgers last night at Crisler, 84-75. Here, 'tIm
McCormick plays it tough going over the top to stop freshman Mike
Heineman.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Spartans rip Minnesota, 83-62

EAST LANSING, (UPI) - Center
Kevin Willis and guard Sam Vincent
combined for 44 points last night to lead
Michigan State to an 83-62 Big Ten vic-
tory over Minnesota.
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The win raised the Spartans' Big Ten
record to 5-10 and overall mark to 12-13.
The Gophers fell to 6-9 in the conference
and 15-10 overall-
AFTER MICHIGAN State held a 45-
25 halftime advantage, Gopher guard
Tommy Davis attempted to engineer a
Minnesota second half comeback.
During the opening eight minutes of the
half Davis scored 10 of Minnesota's 12
points to cut the Spartans' lead to 50-37.
Michigan State held off the Gophers
with Willis hitting six of his 10 second
half points. Again Minnesota attempted
to file Michigan State's lead down but
the closest it could get was 66-52 with
less than four minutes remaining.
Illinois 73, Ohio State 58
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (UPI) - Efrem
Winters scored 26 points and Bruce
Douglas added 24 to lead 10th-ranked
Illinois to a 73-58 victory over Ohio State

and regain a tie with Purdue for first
place in the Big Ten.
Winters also grabbed 14 rebounds and
blocked four shots to help the Illini win
their 13th conference game against,
three losses. Illinois raised its season
mark to 21-4.
THE BUCKEYES dropped to 8-8 in
the league and 15-11 overall.
Tankers third, so far
Special to the Daily
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - After the
first day's competition, the Michigan
men's swim team finds.itself solidly in
third place at the Big Ten Champion-
ships in Indianapolis, Ind.
Contributing to the team's 159.5 poin-
ts were sophomore Benoit Clement,
second in the 500-yard freestyle, Alex
Wallingford, third in the 200-yard In-
dividual Medley and the winning 800-
yard freestyle relay team of Kirstan
Vandersluis, Dave Kerska, Clement
and Mark Noetzel. Kent Ferguson and
Bruce Kimball placed second and four-
th, respectively, in the one-meter
diving.
Women netters host Duke,
Looking at today's women's tennis
home opener against Duke, there are

reasons to be both hopeful and
pessimistic.
"Now we've played matches and I
have a better idea about which lineup to
play," said fifth-year Michigan coach
Oliver Owens. "The kids will not be as
nervous.".
HOWEVER, this week's snow made
life difficult for the Wolverines.
"We didn't practice (as a team)
Monday and Tuesday," remarked
Owens. "It's hard to get court time
because the indoor Track and Tennis
Building is being prepared for the Big
Ten track meet."
The Wolverines, 1-5 after their spring
trip, will meet a Duke squad that was
ranked 14th in the preseason poll
Sophomore Sue Taylor, last season's
Atlantic Coast Conference "runner-up at
number one singles, leads the Blue
Devils. Backing her up are Southfield
freshman Megan Foster and Ann Arbor
sophomore Audrey Solent at second and
third singles, respectively.
Michigan counters with All-Big Ten
senior Mary Mactaggart at number one
singles, sophomore Paula Reichert at
number two and senior Karen Milczar-
ski at the third singles spot. Senior
Maryanne Hodges, the only Wolverine
to go undefeated during the spring trip
will return to the lineup at fifth singles
and second doubles, after a bout with the
flu.
The meet begins at noon at the Huron
Valley Tennis Club.
-.PHIL NUSSEL
Candiens 3, Red Wings 1
By SCOTT SALOWICH
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The absence of John
Ogrodnick, Dwight Foster and Ivan
Boldirev cost the Detroit Red Wings
dearly in a 3-1 loss to the Montreal last
night at the Joe Louis Arena.

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