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Men's Tennis
vs. Illinois
Friday, 2:30 p.m.
'Liberty Racquet and Fitness Club

SPORTS

Men's Tennis
vs. Purdue
Saturday, 1:00 p.m.
Liberty Racquet and Fitness Club

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"he Michigan Daily

Thursday, March 29, 1984 Page 9

v.

2 VP McCormick leads Blue to title

(Continued from Page 1)
swered with jump shots of their own to
increase the lead to 15.
The Irish never got closer than 11 the
.est of the way.
FRIEDER CREDITED his team's
improved second-half play to a
toughened-up inside play. "We just
went back inside for shots," he said.
"We played a lot better defense and
kept them off the boards.
The Wolverines won the battle of the
boards, too, 34-31. McCormick snared
14 and Tarpley grabbed eight.
Joubert turned his second con-
secutive strong defensive performance.
The 6-5 freshman from Detroit limited
Sluby to seven-four-twenty shooting.
Sluby had scored twenth-six points on
50-percent shooting against South-
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western Louisiana in Monday night's
smifinal.
BARLOW WAS THE only true thorn
in the Wolverines' side. The Irish
sophomore with the Roy Tarpley build
burned Michigan with 6-for-10 shooting,
a perfect six free throws and eight
rebounds before he fouled out. Kempton
scored most of his points after the out-

come had been decided.
The tournament victory was
Michigan's first outside of its home
state. Before last night, the Wolverines
had not won a holiday tournament on
foreign turf.
Michigan finished its season at 23-10.
Notre Dame returned home with a 21-12
mark. The Wolverines will take a mon-

th-and-a-half off to celebrate before
preparation begins for the 1984-85 cam-
paign. Michigan will tour Europe in
mid-May.
The celebration began with 41 secon-
ds left in the contest. Irish coach Digger
Phelps conceded defeat and emptied
his bench. Freider followed suit. Every
Wolverine played with the exception of
Paul Jokish, who was left kneeling at
the scoreres table when time expired.
Following the game, the Michigan
players hoisted Freider on their
shoulders as he cut down the net at the
north end of the arena. The players took
turns clipping the mesh at the south
end.
There was plenty of hand-slapping,
shouting and family photography
sessions before the awards presen-
tation. In addition to the individual
trophies, Frieder received a trip for two
courtesy of TWA airlines. He'll need a
vacation after this long season.
"If that had been a Big Ten team we
would have been down twenty instead
of up two," said Frieder of Michigan's
first-half performance. "McCormick

and (Butch) Wade were good on the
boards. We missed far too many
layups. A couple of our guys would
rather be fancy than good."
Michigan came out of the locker room

looking like NIT champions. The
Wolverines methodically built a lead
behind the strong play of McCormick.
The 6-11 senior ran up twelve points and
kept Irish bruiser Tim Kempton out of
the lne.
McCormick hit two jumpers and a
two-hand dunk to give Michigan an 18-
10 lead midway through the first half.
Notre Dame rallied, however, when
Big Mac rested on the bench. The South
Bend, Ind. school rattled off six straight
points to whittle an eight-point
Michigan lead down to a 26-23 margin.
After Joubert buried a jumper for
Michigan, Kempton scored the final
three points of the half when he tipped
in an Iris miss and was fouled. His sub-
sequent free-throw brought the score to
28-26.

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McCormick
... MVP performance

Softballers split

Special to the Daily
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The
state of Texas is known for being the
home of big things, and the Michigan
softball team made itself right at home
on the first day of its spring trip in the
Lone Star State by coming up with a big
victory against number-four ranked
Texas A&M yesterday, 5-4.
The Wolverines took advantage of
some sloppy Aggie play to account for
their first four runs. Michigan scored
on two wild pitches, a passed ball andan
error to take a 4-1 lead. Then catcher
Leslie Bean tripled in the final tally for
the team in the fifth.

TEXAS A&M came back to score
three runs in the bottom of the seventh
with two out, the last two runs being
produced by a single by Birmingham
native Ann Hadley. But Michigan
hurler Linda Allen retired the next
Aggie batter to clinch the victory.
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While a 12th-place finish in a 14 team
field might not excite most coaches,
Michigan golf coach Jim Carras found
a lot to be excited about after his team
finished in that position last week in the
Southern Florida Invitational.
"I was really happy because five of
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we'll face all year," he added.
MICHIGAN'S five-man score of 926
placed them well behind the University
of Florida's winning total of 862, but
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"We came down here hoping for good
individual efforts, and the fact that we
shot as well as we expected is a plus,"
he noted.
Medalist honors for Michigan went to
sophomore Chris Westfall who shot a
trio of 75's for a three-day total of 225.
Junior Dan Roberts, an All-Big Ten
performer last year, followed with a
score of 78-72-79-229.
ROUNDING OUT Michigan's five-
marl squad were Terry Porvin and
Peter Salvarino, both shooting 239, and

Ken Clark, who totalled 240.
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this tournament, Roberts is the man to
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