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the Michigan Daily
Wednesday, March 7, 1984
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By JEFF BERGIDA
IOWA CITY - Michigan's biggest
road trip in three years opens tonight as
the Wolverines go into Iowa's Carver-
Hawkeye Arena to play what should be the
tougher of their two remaining road games.
The consensus seems to be that a
sweep past Iowa and Northwestern, two
teams that Michigan defeated at home
earlier this season, would clinch an
NCAA berth. But the Hawkeyes have
turned things around after losing ten of
their first 12 conference games, curren-
tly riding a four-game winning streak.
WOLVERINE coach Bill Frieder
considers his team an underdog.
"How many teams go into Iowa City
and come out with a win?" asked the
man who is looking to coach in his first
NCAA tournament. "You can send 15 of
the top 20 teams to Iowa City and they'll
The Hawkeyes have not competed
since beating Northwestern last Thur-
sday in Evanston, while Michigan will
be playing in its fourth game in 11 days.
George Raveling, Iowa's first-year
head coach discounts that issue,
"IF THEY'RE tired at this point,
they'll be in trouble in the NCAAs," said
the assistant coach of the U.S. olympic
team. "I don't think that's a factor."
The Hawkeyes won't need any advan-
tages if they continue to perform at the
level of their last four games. Led by
Greg Stokes (averaging 15 ppg) and
Steve Carfino, Iowa hit over 60 percent
as a team during the stretch. What tur-
ned around a club that had been
shooting miserably all season?
"We have more patience, thus we're
getting better shots and we're putting
them down," said Raveling. "In the
Minnesota game (a 62-50 Hawkeye vic-
tory), we scored on every possession in
which we made at least six passes."
Like his counterpart at Michigan,
Raveling tries to keep his offense from
relying too much on any one man.
"We just play team basketball," he
said. "I think that was shown at Nor-
thwestern when Stokes, who has been
our leading scorer, took only six shots
and we still won."
On the home front, Frieder is still
cautiously optimistic about gaining a
bid with an 18-10 record, which would
result from a split on the road.
"I THINK we've got a good chance
provided that we play well and win at
least one game (on the trip)," he com-
mented. "If they don't take a
Michigan, they'll take a Dayton, which
has ten losses, or a Virginia Tech which
"Still, it would help us if we win tw",
For the Wolverines to complete a
season sweep over Iowa, they'll have to
contain Stokes on the inside. Since Roy
Tarpley and Tim McCormick will b
occupied on the defensive end, it would
be a great help to the Michigan cause if
the on-again, off-again Eric Turner i4
on tonight. After a string of outstanding
efforts over the second half of the con'
ference schedule, the junior from Flint
played out of control at times Saturday
against Minnesota. If the co-captain
can provide Michigan with an outside
shooting threat, Frieder might be one
step closer to his goal.
"I just hope we can be ready because
they're playing like the team that was
picked to win the Big Ten champion-
ship," Frieder said after the Minnesota
One would hope that the team would be
ready for the most important gamye
many of the Wolverines have ever
Daily Photo by DAN HABIB'
A bewildered Roy Tarpley looks on as Wisconsin's Scott Roth ap
tempts a reverse swan dive during last Thursday's game.
sophomore center scored 22 points and led the Wolverines to an 8
By DAN COVEN
D.I.X. 09, Baggies 49
The dominating inside play of senior
Rob McFarland led D.I.X. to an easy
victory over the previously undefeated
Baggies. The former Michigan
swingman led all scorers with 17 points,
15 rebounds and 10 blocked shots.
D.I.X.'s Bill Mitchell and Bud Van de
Wege, two assistant basketball coaches,
combined for 26 points - mostly on
layups and outside jumpers.
Residence Hall 'A'
Huber 50, Reeves 'A' 48 (OT)
Tom Paul canned a 25-foot jumper at
the buzzer to lift Huber to an overtime
victory at the residence hall league
championship last Saturday night.
With seven seconds remaining in
overtime and the score tied at 48, Huber
brought the ball upcourt. Unable to
Boston 8, Detroit 4
Chicago (AL) 4, Baltimore 1
Oakland 6, Milwaukee 5
Cincinnati 6, Houston 5
Toronto 2, Philadelphia 1
New York (AL) 7, Montreal3
Pistons 124, Bulls 108
Celtics 108, Bullets 85
Bucks 109, Hawks 104
Knicks 124, Sonics 110
Purdue 61, Wisconsin 48
Qklahoma 72, Missouri 66
work the ball inside, Paul heaved a 25-
foot fall-away rainbow which hit
nothing but net.
Residence Hall 'B'
Kelsey Roots Gold 57, Reeves 11 49
Six consecutive free throws by Kelsey's
Dan Palmer in the final two minutes
enabled Kelsey to edge out Reeves II in
the finar two minutes in which neither
team held more than a two point lead.
Evans Scholars 55, Alpha Delta
Evans Scholars showed why they
were so high on blue chip recruit David
Grupenhoff. The 6-5 freshman and all-
conference player from Biship
Gallagher single handedly destroyed
Alpha Delta Phi scoring 24 points and
grabbing 14 rebounds.
Evans ran a set offense concentrating
on the inside game. "We kept on going
down low to the big man and he just
filled it up," said manager Al Steven
Big Dogs 66, BAMF 47
The Big Dogs came out running in th
first half and sprinted to 32-15 halftim
n- ts and the forward tandem of Jeff
Brodowski and Lefkowitz who com-
bined for 26 points.
e Phi Delta Theta 41,
e Sigma Alpha Mu 'B' 27
Willis Reed's axiom 'He who controls
the boards owns the game,' held true
Sunday as the Phi Delts out rebounded
Sammy's 'B' by a healthy margin in
their winning effort.
Pete Dunne led the victors' balanced
scoring attack with 14 points.
er Women's Independent
,st W.D. Awesome 34, NitwitsII18
ts Nitwits 48, Chiubees 47
lead - a lead which BAMF would nev
"We came out smokin' in the fir
half," said Big Dog Captain John Witr
"We got the ball inside for easy sho
and lit it up from outside as well
Leading the Big Dogs to their secon
consecutive title was Witri with 20 p6i
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