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Gymnastics
Wolverine Invitational
Saturday and Sunday
r Crisler Arena
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Wednesday, December 5, 1984

Hockey
vs. Western Michigan
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

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Page 7

Blue eyes Penguin

By JEFF BERGIDA
Michigan probably won't be too in-
timidated when its opponent takes the
floor tonight at Crisler Arena.
Youngstown State's tallest starter
stands 6-7. The school's 4-0 record has
been compiled against the likes of the
Alabama State Hornets and the rugged
Wooster (Ohio) Fighting Scots, a club
that is certain to be up there with
Georgetown and St. John's at the end of
the season. On top of that,
Youngstown's nickname is the
Penguins.
HOW DO you get psyched to play a
bunch of guys who wear the name of a
hockey team on their jerseys?
"We shouldn't have trouble
motivating because we've got so far to
go," said Michigan coach Bill Frieder,
who has been less than thrilled with his
club's performance in its two victories
thus far. "We've got so much im-
proving to do."
On paper, it doesn't look like the
Wolverines will have to improve much
to win tonight. Youngstown State
assistant coach Bill Dailey explained
what his club has to gain by going on the
road to play more-talented teams.
"THE WINNER of our conference
(Ohio Valley) goes to the NCAA tour-
nament," said Dailey, whose club will
travel to nationally-regarded Alabama
and Tulsa later this month. "If we go
into the tournament, we're going to ha-
ve to play teams the caliber of
Michigan and we think it's a good test
before our conference season gets un-
derway in January.
"Since it's only our fourth year in-

'M' size should tie up
tiny Youngstown State

Division I, we have a very tough time
scheduling good Division I teams at
home. So, until we establish a better
reputation, we're going to have to play
the top caliber teams on the road, which
is unfortunate."
The Penguins got a taste of life in the
Big Ten last year when they travelled to
West Lafayette and were stopped by
Purdue, 65-54. Youngstown held a
three-point lead at halftime, however,
and held Big Ten Player-of-the Year
Jim Rowinski to three field goals in 16
attempts.
GONE FROM the team that shut
down Rowinski is 7-1 center Ricky Tun-
stall, the defensive star of last year's
18-11 squad, which finished third in the
conference. This year's team has no
size at all and Dailey laughed when
asked how his team planned to stop
Michigan's 6-11 scoring machine, Roy
Tarpley.
"We haven't played anyone that big
this year," he said. "We're obviously
going to have to get a lot of weakside
help.
"It's going to be a difficult task,
that's for sure."
YOUNGSTOWN'S best player is 6-7
forward Ray Robinson, who averaged
12.4 points and 4.8 rebounds last year.
"He's on some pro stat sheets as a
possible candidate," said Michigan

assistant Dave Hammer, who scouted
Youngstown State.
Point guard Bruce Timko was MVP
of the UNI-Dome Classic played last
weekend in Cedar Falls, Iowa, which
the Penguins won by defeating
Alabama State, 81-55, and host Nor-
thern Iowa, 70-57.
"Timko's very intelligent, on and off
the court," Dailey said. "He's the team
quarterback."
MIKE RICE is in his third season as
head coach at Youngstown. After four
years as the head man at Duquesne, in
Pittsburgh, Rice has compiled a 36-23
mark since crossing the state line in
1982.
The key to this game' will be
Youngstown State's lack of height. The
Penguins will try to run and play

feast
pressure defense the way Georgia dia
Saturday. Ultimately, however,
Michigan's inside strength should
prevail.
"If we can stop Robinson around the
basket and if we get the ball down the
floor and get it inside," said Hammer,
"I think we can have a lot of success.
"They are small."
CAGE NOTES: Frieder evaluated
the play thus far of a few of his more
visible players.
Antoine Joubert: "In both of
our wins, he's done a lot of good things,
especially when we've needed him.
He's made a lot of big plays already this
year. "
Rich Relford: "Rellford's just got to
get in better condition. He isn't in tip-
top shape and you can't play this game
if you aren't in shape."
Garde Thompson: "Garde has to im-
prove defensively and eliminate
careless turnovers. He's capable of
giving us good offepse because he's got
quickness and knows the game and can
shoot the basketball."

Daily Photo by STU WEIDENBACH
Michigan forward Butch Wade soars to the basket while freshman Gary
Grant looks on. Wade's six points helped the Wolverines defeat Georgia 63-57
at Crisler Arena last Saturday.

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

Sorry)
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Fresh-
man guard David Rivers tallied a game-
high 23 points, and Notre Dame held
high scoring Indiana guard Steve
Alford to a single field goal as the Irish
upset No. 11 Indiana 74-63 last night in a
non-conference college basketball
game.
Scott Hicks added 14 points for the
Irish, 4-0, who dominated the first half.
HOOSIER freshman guard Delray
Brooks came on in the second half to
score 15 points, adding to forward Mike
Giomi's 18 in the unsuccessful effort.
The Indiana defeat delayed Coach Bob
,Knight's 400th college coaching victory.
Indiana pulled within nine points
three times in the second half, the last
.at 1:33 on a basket by Todd Meier.
At the half, Notre Dame led the
,Hoosiers 45-30, as the Irish ran off a 20-4
streak at one point, including 10 points
from Rivers, to rocket from a 22-16
deficit to a 36-26 lead.
. A stymied Indiana, 1-2, scored only
;six points in the last six-and-a-half
'minutes of the first half. Alford, who
;played on the gold medal-winning U.S.
-men's Olympic basketball team, hit a
:pair of free throws, and hit his only
basket at 14:23 in the second half.
Pistons 104, Celtics 99
PONTIAC (AP) - Isiah Thomas
.scored 11 of his 23 points in the fourth
quarter last night to lead the Detroit
Pistons to a 104-99 victory over Boston,
}sending the Celtics to only their second
National Basketball Association defeat
*of the season.
The defeat snapped a 10-game win-
ning streak and left the Celtics 15-2, but
still in first place in the Atlantic
Division while Detroit climbed a game
:over .500 at 10-9 in the Central Division.
BOTH TEAMS, employing tough,
=muscle-type defense, played it close the
;entire game. Boston led 49-46 at half-
time and opened up a 57-48 lead early in
;the third quarter before Thomas and
Vinnie Johnson began bringing the
Pistons back.
A slam by Earl Cureton gave Detroit
a 77-76 lead at the end of the third quar-
ter but the lead see-sawed throughout
;the fourth period.
Johnson, who was high for Detroit
with 24 points, put the Pistons ahead for
good, 100-99, with a short jumper in the
lane with 2:38 remaining and Thomas
hit a driving layup 22 seconds later af-
ter a Larry Bird miss at the Boston end
of the floor.
'Knicks 100, Nuggets 98
NEW YORK (AP) - Darrell
Walker's seven-foot baseline jumper
with three seconds left gave the New
York Knicks a 100-98 National Basket-
ball Association victory over the Den-
ver Nuggets last night.
Walker, who scored nine of his 12
points in the fourth quarter, also led a
New York defense that limited Denver,
which led almost the entire game, to 16
points in the final period.

Bob; Irish stuff Hoosiers

points to propel seventh-ranked Illinois
to a 92-47 rout of Chico State in a non-
conference basketball game Tuesday
night.-
The loss was the second in two nights
for the California school against
nationally ranked teams. Chico State, 2-
3, fell to No. 2 DePaul by 40 points Mon-
day night, 77-37.
Illinois, 6-1, beginning the game with a
lineup of four reserves plus regular
center George Montgomery built a 22-
8 lead with 10:08 to go in the first half
when Coach Lou Henson inserted his
starters.
The first string made 15 of 22 field

goal attempts and the Illini took a 53-18
halftime lead.
Tribe re-signs Thornton
HOUSTON (AP) - Free agent
designated hitter Andre Thornton has
re-signed with the Cleveland Indians,
the team announced last night.
Thornton batted .271 in 155 games for
the Indians in 1984, mostly as a
designated hitter. He hit 33 homers and
drove in 99 runs.
IN ACCEPTING a contract with
Cleveland, Thornton turned down an of-
fer from the Kansas City Royals repor-
tedly for $2.05 million over three years,

although only the first two years were
guaranteed.
Besides Kansas City, Baltimore,
Toronto and Minnesota also were
reported to have a strong interest in the
11-year major league veteran. Thor-
nton also was drafted by the Texas
Rangers and New York Yankees.
Although terms of a contract were not
known, its duration was set at four
years. Thornton is 35 years old.
Thornton joined the Indians in 1977
from Montreal and has 590 RBI and 175
homers with Cleveland.

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