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Page 10 -The Michigan Daily- Friday, March 16, 1984

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nationally-ranked Tulsa three times. "I
most definitely feel that they should be
in the NCAA if it were a different
structure (less automatic bids). "
Rellford scored 10 of the Wolverines'
first 18 points to give Frieder's club a
10-point lead with 11:46 remaining in
the first half. From that point on it was
the Tarpley show as the center from
Detroit Cooley went into the locker
room with an astounding 23 points. The
Wolverines shot 60 percent in the first
half and built a 49-28 lead.
ON DEFENSE, Michigan held
Missouri Valley Conference player-of-
the-year Xavier McDaniel to 16 points,
five below his average. The junior
forward was impressed by Michigan
but felt that the game might have
turned out differently had it been
played in Wichita.
"I knew they were tough when we
watched the films," McDaniel said.
"But there are five teams in our
conference, us, Illinois State, Tulsa,
Creighton, and Bradley, that these guys
would have trouble with on the road."
The only tense moment in the game
with 5:12 remaining when Michigan's
Robert Henderson and Shocker center
Tom Kosich exchanged punches,
leading to the ejection of both players.
The game was played before the
smallest Crisler crowd of the year. But
the 7,043 fans in attendance were about

as loud as a Michigan crowd has been
this year. Tarpley, Relford and Wade
received prolonged standing ovations
when leaving the game and a chant of

"We want Rock" started with 8 minutes
left when Leslie Rockymore had not yet
seen any action.
"I think the crowd got us psyched

Shocker treatment

1-70
up," said Dan Pelekoudas. "We got th
people who really wanted to be here."
THE WOLVERINE victory means
that Michigan will host a second-round
contest Monday night at 8:00 p.m. The
opponent will be the Marquette
Warriors who beat Johnny Orr's Iowa
State club, 73-53, last night at Ames.
Tickets go on sale this morning.
The Wolverines will be looking for
their 20th win of the season Monday and
Frieder says that a few more victories
will help his team forget they missed an
NCAA bid.
"The more we win the more it'll ease
the pain," he said.
Smithson was trying to be realistic
following the massacre. "You can't
fight bears with switches," said the
nine-year veteran.
'Maybe the "bears" should've been in
the NCAAs.

MICHIGAN
MinFG/A FT/A
McCormick.....:.. 28 1/5 0/0
Rellford............28 9/12 2/2
Tarpley..........28 11/20 5/5
Joubert.......... 28 3/9 1/2
Turner.............26 3/5 5/5
Rockymore........ 5 2/4 2/2
Pelekoudas.........16 3/3 0/0
Wade.............. 19 4/7 1/2
Jokisch............ 5 0/2 0/3
Rudy .............. 5 1/1 0/0
Thompson ......... 9 0/4 2/2
Henderson.........3 1/1 0/1
Team Rebounds ...

WICHITA STATE

R
4
7
2
3
7
1
1
1
3
3

A
1
1
5
0
5
0
0
0
1

PF TP
2 2
3 20
5 27
2 7
1 11
1 6
1 6
5 9
0 0
0 2
0 2
0 2

MinFG/A
McDaniel..........25 7/16
Santos ...........35 3/15
Durislic.......... 27 0/4
Papke ............. 30 5/10
Sherrod............31 5/13
Carr............22 2/9
Arline ............. 7 1/2
Cundiff.............8 1/2
Kosich........... 8 1/2
Pierce............. 7 0/0
Team Rebounds...
Totals ...........200 25/73

FT/A
2/2
0/0
4/6
3/6
3/6
4/9
2/2
1/2
0/0
0/0
20/33

R
10
7
6
5
6
2
2
2
0
4
47

A
1
0
2
2
2
0
0
1
0
0

PF
s
4
3
3
3
2
1
2
0
1

TP
16
6
4
13
13
8
4
3
2
0

8 24 70

Totals ...........200 38/73 18/24 44 21 22 94 Attendance: 7,043
SCORING
1 2 T
MICHIGAN ....................... 49 45 94
Wichita State .......................... 28 42 70
Te m cudown

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB

Antoine Joubert throws up one of several Michigan shots during last night's
94-70 Wolverine victory, as a dazed Aubrey Sherrod looks on.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Terence
Stansbury's one-hand jumper from
beyond the top of the key at the buzzer
lifted Temple to a 65-63 victory over St.
John's last night in the opening round of
the NCAA East Regional basketball
tournament.
The Owls raised their record to 26-4
and will meet top-ranked North
Carolina in a second-round East
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TEMPLE SQUANDERED a 53-44
lead and Willie Glass' tap-in with 7:39
left tied the score at 57.
The teams traded the next three
baskets before the Redmen went into a
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Mullin was fouled by Jim McLoughlin
to force a one-and-one shooting
situation, but Mullin, the nation's
leading free throw shooter at 91.1 per-
cent, missed the first shot.
After a timeout, Stansbury dribbled
to the center of the court and fired his
one-hand shot just as the buzzer soun-
ded.
Louisiana Tech 66,
Fresno St. 56
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -
Sophomores Karl Malone and Wayne
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first NCAA tournament, to a- 66-56 vic-
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The Bulldogs from Ruston, La., who
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Malone, a 6-9, 250-pounder, scored 24
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as Louisiana Tech extended its winning
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Louisiana Tech, which trailed by
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