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Women's Basketball
vs. Toledo
December 21, 7:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS
Wednesday, December 12, 1984

The Michigan Daily

Boyce leads Hurons into Crisler

By JEFF BERGIDA
Eastern Michigan basketball coach
Jim Boyce returns to Crisler Arena for
the third time tonight as his 3-1 Hurons
take on Michigan. Boyce, now in sixth
season at EMU, was one of Johnny
Orr's assistants during some of the
glory years of Wolverine basketball,
1976-79.
Another of Orr's assistants over that
span, Michigan coach Bill Frieder,
knows from experience that his op-
posing number tonight is capable of
putting a strong team out on the floor.
In 1981, Boyce's Hurons stopped
Frieder's Wolverines at Crisler, 67-65.
The year before, Michigan beat its local
rival by six.
"JIM WAS a hard worker here and
he's a hard worker over there," said the
coach of the 5-0 Wolverines, ranked 20th
in the latest Associated Press poll.
"They're going to be tough."
Eastern is coming off a 109-105 vic-
tory over Cleveland State in two over-
times. As evidenced by the final score

of that one, EMU is big on scoring but
isn't all that interested in defense.
Senior guard Fred Cofield is
averaging 20.1 points in Eastern's four
games thus far. Cofield was named
Most Valuable Player in the Ann Arbor-
based Sandy Sanders Summer League
last summer, an honor earned by a
pretty fair player named Roy Tarpley
in 1983. Cofield may be the best player
the Wolverines have faced to date.
"HE'S ONE of the top guards in the
country," said Boyce of his floor leader,
who graduated from Ypsilanti High
School in 1980. Cofield had 27 points to
pace the Hurons against Cleveland
State Saturday night.
Vince Giles, a 6-9 center from Detroit
Henry Ford, will be the next contestant
on the "Can You Stop Tarpley?" show.
Giles is an inch or two bigger than the
pivotmen whom Michigan's big man
has dominated this season but his coach
isn't expecting miracles.
"Vince is an extremely hard worker
who'll hustle for you the entire time

he's on the court," said Boyce. "But
Tarpley is definitely the best center in
the state. He may be the best in the Big
Ten."
MICHIGAN'S thin front line will be
further depleted tonight by the absence
of Rob Henderson. The 6-9 forward
from Lansing is nursing a bruised left
knee and will not play against EMU.
"I've had this before," said Hender-

son, who had eight points and three
rebounds before he got injured Monday
night against Western Michigan. "It
usually takes about five days to heal."
With Henderson on the sidelines,
freshman Steve Stoyko becomes the
first big man off the bench. Look for
Stoyko to continue his search-and-
destroy style of play versus EMU.

THELINUPS
MICHIGAN (5-0)
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(64.) 1chard Rellford (11.2) (6-4) MIke McCaskill .(1,O)
(6-4) BuhWade . (.4-F (64) SCott Lewis.,. (0)
(-1) Tarpley .. .. (20.0) C (6-9) Vince Giles ...... (1.5)
{(04) AntoineJoubert., (11.8) G (4)Percy Cooper. (.15.
GryGrant .. .. (11.2) .(4-3) Fred Cofleld ... (2.1)
.VTE Crsler Arena
TIME: 7:3I0 pm.EST
RADIO: WUOM (91.7 FM), WAAM (1800 AM),1WWJ 9S
AM), and WPAG (1050 AM)
hS RIES EADER: Michigan* 13-or e..................
Foreign competition,
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34

RACKHAM PRE-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
DEADLINE FEBRUARY 1,1985
Rackham graduate students who will be candidates by February
1st are eligible for $5,000 plus tuition for 1985-86.
Students must be nominated by departments.
Check soon for deadlines.
Fellowship Office
160 Rackham
764-2218

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan forward Butch Wade battles Youngstown State's John Keshock for
a rebound in action last week. The 5-0 Wolverines face Eastern Michigan

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By CHRIS GERBASI
A trip to the Motor City and games
with a couple of foreign imports
highlight the Michigan hockey team's
holiday schedule
After hosting the Miami Redskins for
a two-game series this weekend, the
Wolverines will participate in the 20th
annual Great Lakes Invitational Tour-
nament for the 15th time.
DEFENDING GLI champ Michigan
State, as well as Bowling Green and
Michigan Tech, will fight it out for the
title at Joe Louis Arena December 28th
and 29th.
Considered one of the most
prestigious college hockey tournaments
in the country, the GLI has set college
attendance records the past two years,
attracting over 21,000 for the finals.
Although it's hard to match the ex-
citement generated in the metropolitan
area by the GLI, the Wolverines will try
to do just that with a taste of inter-
national competition.
MICHIGAN hosts Japan on New
Year's Eve and Russia on Jan. 6
These games are sandwiched around a
two-game road trip to Ferris State on
Jan. 4-5.
Michigan coach Red Berenson
arranged the games with Japan and
Russia through the organizers of World
Games III. The World Games are an
annual international tournament in
Battle Creek.
"We wanted more entertaining
games for our fans," said Berenson.
"It's an entertaining part of the
schedule at an entertaining time of the
year. It's also for our players. A lot of
players play their whole career without
getting the chance to play against
foreign competition."
JAPAN WILL sent its national team,
its top club, and Russia will send its
Spartak club. Berenson said the
Wolverines should have their hands

full, especially with the Russian style of
play.
"Their passing and skating is ex-
cellent," he said. "I think they've really
passed us in some of their skill em-
phasis. But we still have the freedom to
improvise. They play a patterned game
to a fault."
Most hockey fans are probably not
familiar with Japanese hockey and
Berenson himself admitted he didn't
know much about their team.
"IT SHOULD be interesting to see,"
he said. "That's the great thing about
sports, when two completely different
cultures can compete in the same spor-
ts. Especially a sport like hockey,
where you can express yourself so
much."
There'll be some domestic hockey
this weekend when Miami comes to
town. The Redskins and Ferris State
are the only two teams below Michigan
in the CCHA standings. Two successful
series for the Wolverines will put them
in contention for a top four finish. Two
poor series could put them in the cellar.
"We're not worried about a sweep (of
Miami) right now," said Berenson.
"We just want to come out of the
weekend in good shape. We know we
have to put some points on the board to
stay ahead of Miami."
Game time for the Miami series at
Yost Ice Arena is 7:30 p.m. For the
Japan and Russia contests, game time
is 7:00 p.m. Michigan's ticket depar-
tment is offering a package deal of $7
for the two games. Separately, tickets
cost $5 for adults and $3 for students or
persons under 18.
For more information about the GLI,
call the ticket office at 764-0247 or Joe
Louis Arena at 567-6000.

1. Georgetown (63) .
2. DePaul (1) ......
3. Duke..........
4. St. John's.......
5. Memphis St......
6. Illinois ...........
7. So. Methodist ....
8. Washington ......
9. N. Carolina St....
10. Syracuse.......
11. Virginia Tech ...
12. Georgia Tech ....
13. North Carolina ..
14. Louisville......
15. Oklahoma.....
16. Indiana........
17. Ala.-Birmingham
18. Kansas........
19. Louisiana St.....
20. MICHIGAN .....

5-0
5-0
5-0
4-0
4-0
9-1
4-0
4-0
5-0
4-0
4-0
3-0
4-0
3-1
5-2
2-2
5-1
6-1
4-1
5-0

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1188
1059
1045
987
960
865
790
779
605
536
472
440
437
364
289
263
258
208
113

UPI Top
1. Georgetown (35) .
2. DePaul (2) ......
3. Duke ...........
4. St. John's.......
5. Memphis State ...
6. Illinois.........
7. So. Methodist (1) .
8. N. Carolina St....
9. Washington ......
10. Syracuse.......
17. Virginia Tech ...
12. (TIE) N. Carolina
12. (TIE) Oklahoma
14. Georgia Tech....
15. Kansas........
16. Indiana........
17. Louisville......
18. Ala.-Birmingham
19. Louisiana St.... .
20. (TIE) La. Tech.
20. (TIE) Arkansas.

Twenty
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5-0 5
5-0 4;
4-0 3
4-0 3
9-1 3
4-0 X
5-0 2
4-0 2
4-0 1
4-0 1
4-0 1
4-2 1
3-0
5-1
2-2
3-1
5-1
4-1
5-0
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By MIKE McGRAW
Michigan's interior offensive line
coach, Paul Schudel, was named head
football coach at Ball State yesterday.
Schudel has been with the Wolverines
since 1975.
He will replace Dwight Wallace, who
headed the Cardinals for the last seven
seasons but was fired after a 3-8 effort
this year.
Schudel, 40, is a former player and
graduate assistant under Bo Schem-
bechler at Miami of Ohio. He then
coached the offensive lines at New

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We Buy BackQ
Bsed Book
If you have used books to sell- please read on!
As the Semester end approaches-bringing with it a period of heavy book selling by
students-ULRICH'S would like to review with you its BUY-BACK POLICY.
Used books fall into several categories, each of which-because of the law of supply and -
demand-has its own price tag. Let's explore these various categories for your guidance.
REMEMBER, sell your books before the Holidays while the demand is HIGH.
After the Holidays we may have all the stock we need for the winter semester.
CLASS I. CLOTHBOUND
A texbook of current copyright-used on our campus-and which the Teaching Depart-
ment involved has approved for re-use in upcoming semesters-has the highest market
value. If ULRICH'S needs copies of this book we will offer a minumum of 50% of the list
price for copies in good physical condition. When we have sufficient stock of a title for the
coming semester, URLICH'S will offer a "WHOLESALE PRICE" which will be explained later
in this article.
CLASS II. PAPERBOUND
Paperback are classified in two groups: A. Text Paperbacks; B. Trade Paperbacks.
A. Text Paperbacks will be purchased as Class I books at approximately 3 the retail value.
B. Trade Paperbacks would draw an approximate offer of 20% of the list price when in excellent
condition.
CLASS 111.
Some of the above Class I or Class Il books will be offered which have torn bindings, loose
pages, large amounts of highlighting and underlining, or other physical defects. These will be
priced down according to the estimated cost of repair or saleability.
CLASS IV.
Each semester various professors decide to change text for a given course.
We advertise these discontinued books and sell many of them at schools where they are still
being used. ULRICH'S does this as a service to you and pays you the best
"WHOLESALE PRICE" when you sell them to us with your currently used books.

DCDS ALUMNI
Holiday Activities
Dec. 26: 6:00 p.m. Coed Volleyball
7:00 p.m. Alumni vs. Varsity ICDg
Basketball
8:30 p.m. Sandwich Buffet
Jan. 2: 8:00 p.m. Alumni vs. Varsity
Hockey, Southfield Civic Center

Hampshire, Colorado State, William
& Mary and Syracuse before rejoining
forces with Schembelcher.
The announcement was made at a
press conference in Muncie, Ind. yester-
day. Schudel is expected to meet with
his new team this afternoon.
0's land Lynn
BALTIMORE (AP) - Outfielder
Fred Lynn was signed yesterday to a
five-year, $6.8 million contract by the
Baltimore Orioles in the team's second
major move aimed at restoring the of-
fensive firepower that led them to the
World Series crown in 1983.
An American League All-Star nine of
the past 10 seasons, Lynn also won a no-
trade promise from the Orioles as
Baltimore beat out San Diego in the
bidding for the former California
Angel.
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