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Page 10- The Michigan Daily Friday, February 15, 1985
Cagers net tenth

boost its first half shooting percentage
to 47.8. The Hawkeyes shot only 38.4
percent from the floor before the in-
termission.
MICHIGAN got on the board fiirst off
the opening tip as Tarpley hit a 12-
footer the first time down the floor. The
Wolverines center was phenomenal in
the first frame, tallying 17 points again-
st the Iowa big men.
Richard Rellford then hit the first of a
one-on-one to make it 3-0, but the
Hawkeyes came back with shots from
the top of the key from Stokes and
Banks to make it 4-3.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
Conf. Overall
W L W L
MICHIGAN ........... 10 2 19 3
Iowa .............. 8 3 19 5
Illinois ............. 75 19 7
Ohio State ............ 7 5 15 6
Purdue ................ 7 5 16 6
Michigan State.........6 6 15 7
Indiana ............. 6 6 14 8
Minnesota............5 6 12 9
Wisconsin ............. 2 10 11 11
Northwestern1........111 5 17

After a couple of turnov
slammed home an alley
Joubert to put the Wolverir
top. Michigan then led for th
half and were up by as ma
when Joubert drove the lan
18-11 at 13:11. However, th

straight
ers Tarpley kept chipping away and got to within
y-oop from four when Stokes hit a short jumper,
nes back on making it 24-20 with three minutes left.
he rest of the Michigan outrebounded the much
ny as seven bigger Iowa squad during the half, 16-
e to make it 15.
e Hawkeyes

Dr iver's seat

Min
Wright ........ 36
Payne ......... 30
Stokes........40
Moe.........35
Banks.........40
Lorenzen . 9
Berkenpas .... 2
Jones ......... 3
Snedeker... 4
Reaves........ 1

IOWA
FG/A FT/A
7/10 0/0
3/7 2/4
7/15 1/1
3/10 3/4
1/8 1/2
1/3 1/2
0 0
0 0
0 0
0/1 0

MICHIGAN
Min FG/A FT/A

R A PF Pts

R
ii
4
7
4
2
0
0-
0
1

A
1
4
2
3
0
2
0
0

PF
2
2
4
2
2
0
0

Pts
14
8
15
9
3
3
0
0

Reilford .......
Wade..........
Tarpley .......
Joubert ...
Grant .......
Thompson .....
Henderson
Rocky more...

21
20
40
20
26
15
26
12

1/3
0/4
8/13
4/13
4/7
2/3
3/5
1/1

1/2
0/0
5/5
0/0
0/0
0/0
11
3/4

3
3
10
5
1
2
2
1

0
0
8
1
0
i
0

t
2
i
2
4
0
3
2

3
0
21
8
8
4
5

0 Team rebounds 2
0
TOTALS ...... 200 23/49 10/12 29 11

15 56

Team rebounds
TOTALS ...... 200 22/54

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Halftime score: MICHIGAN 29, Iowa 24
8/13 36 14 15 52 Attendance:.15,450

Thompson
...two clutch Paskets

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WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - Troy
Lewis scored 17 points to lead Purdue to
a 67-52 victory last night over Wisconsin
in Big Ten Conference college basket-
ball action.
Purdue was ahead 31-21 at the half.
Lewis poured in two free throws at
14:46 in the second half to put Purdue
up 38-23. The score stood at 46-31 with 11
minutes left, when Rick Olson sparked
a Wisconsin spurt that ended at 6:18.
Olson's basket pulled the Badgers to
within 10, 51-41.
But the Boilermakers responded with
a 12-1 spurt of their own to widen the
lead to 63-42 with 3:12 left.
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evened their record to 11-11
overall and 2-10 in the conference. Pur-
due improved to 16-6 and 7-5 in con-
ference play.
Illinois 64, Northwestern 42
CHAMPAIGN (AP)-Bruce Douglas
scored 17 points to lead 17th-ranked
Illinois to a 64-42 rout of cross-state
rival Northwestern in Big Ten college
basketball last night.
Thervictory snapped a three-game
conference losing streak for Illinois,
and gave them 20 consecutive victories
in Assembly Hall. Illinois, 7-5 in the
conference and.19-7 overall, remained
in a third place tie with Purdue and
Ohio State.
Northwestern did not score a field
goal until more than nine minutes into
the game, and trailed 16-8 midway
through the first half.
But they rallied to trail the Illini just
32-26 at halftime by scoring 16 points in
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Ronnie Stokes. Ohio State went on to win, 72-63.
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Theshot by Stokes broke a 13-13 tie at
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The Buckeyes shot 56 percent from
the field compared to the Hoosiers''43
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Indiana's Steve Alford was held to

only seven points in the game, including
the Hoosiers' final bucket, with 44
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Junior center Brad Sellers had 16
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SCORES
Syracuse 94, Seton Hall 62
W. Virginia 54. St. Bona venture 50
Virginia 84. Rollins 39
Iona 47, Army 45
Old Dominion 80, N.C. Charlotte 64
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