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The Michigan Daily Friday, February 22, 1985- Page 9

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BLOOMINGTON (AP) - Bruce
Douglas scored a game-high 21 points
as 17th-ranked Illinois defeated Indiana
for the second time this season, 66-50,
last night' in Big Ten Conference
basketball action.
The lead seesawed in the opening 10
minutes as Indiana scrambled on top
17-16 on a basket by Steve Eyl with
10:02 remaining. But the Hoosiers were
held scoreless by the Illini for just un-
der six minutes. Illinois scored seven
straight points to grab a 23-17 lead with
5:10 left in the half.
INDIANA finally scored on a 22-
footer by Stew Robinson with 4:12 left in
ttt half to cut the deficit to 23-19. But
Ilinois scored nine of the final 13 points
inthe half, with Douglas adding five, to
lead 32-23.
Indiana cut the gap to 34-27 in the
opening two minutes of the second half

I Knig
on a 10-foot shot by Eyl. But that was as
close as the Hoosiers could come the
rest of the way.
Illinois shot 50 percent from the floor
for the game, while Indiana, ranked
fourth in the nation in field goal percen-
tage at 54.4 percent going into the
game, hit 42.6 percent for the night.
Indiana, led by Uwe Blab with 12
points and reserve Kreigh Smith with
11, dropped to 6-7 in the conference and
14-9 overall.

ht: Illini 66, IU

50

Big Ten Standings

Conf. Overall

6

record to 6-7 in the league and avenged
an earlier 56-51 loss to the Wildcats at
Minneapolis. Northwestern, 1-13 in the
conference and 5-19 overall, lost its
seventh straight game.
MARC WILSON added 14 points and
Tommy Davis 10 for Minnesota. John
Peterson paced the Wildcats with 14
points.
Minnesota scored 11 straight points
midway through the first half to take

the lead for good. The Gophers, 13-10
overall, held a 12-point lead at halftime
and turned the game into a rout by
scoring eight straight points to grab a
58-39 lead with about six minutes to go.
After falling behind 5-0, North-
western went on a 13-4 spurt to grab a
13-9 lead midway through the first half.
The Golden Gophers then reeled off
nine straight points to grab an 18-13
lead and never trailed..

Ohio State 86, Purdue 68
COLUMBUS (UPI)<- Ohio State, led
by Ron Stokes with 19 points and Brad
Sellers with 18, raced away in the
second half fdr an 86-68 Big Ten victory
over Purdue last night.
The Buckeyes, now 16-7 overall and 8-
5 in the Big Ten, built a 38-30 halftime
lead to 48-35 five minutes into the
second half and never led. by less than
11 the rest of the way. Their biggest
margin was 23, which they held on two
occasions.
THE GAME was tied 10 times before
Ohio State, broke a 22-22 tie with six
straight points. Purdue rebounded with
six unanswered points of its own to
again knot it at 28-28 before another six-
point run put the Buckeyes up 34-28.

MICHIGAN ...........
Illinois ................
Iowa ..................
Ohio State .............
Purdue ............
Mich. State ............
Indiana .............
Minnesota.........
Wisconsin.........
Northwestern.........

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W L
20 3
21 7
19 7
16 7
17 7
16 7
14 9
13 10
12 12
5 19

Minnesota 74,
Northwestern 48
EVANSTON (UPI) -John Shasky
and George Williams scored 17 points
each and Minnesota took advantage of
cold shooting by Northwestern to post a
74-48 Big Ten victory over the Wildcats
last night.
The win improved Minnesota's

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..Skiles drives to second team
THE FOLLOWING opinions are strictly those of the author and do not
reflect the views of any other individuals:
1985 All-Big Ten Team: Guards: Sam Vincent, Michigan State and Antoine
Joubert, Michigan. Center: Uwe Blab, Indiana. Forwards (sort of): Greg
Stokes, Iowa and Roy Tarpley, Michigan. Coach: Bill Frieder, Michigan.
Second Team: Guards: Gary Grant, Michigan: Steve Alford. Indiana: and
Scott Skiles, Michigan State (this is a guards' league). Center: Brad Sellers,
Ohio State. Forward: James Bullock, Purdue. Coach: George Raveling,
Iowa.
All-America Team: Guards: Chris Mullin, St. John's and Mark Price,
Georgia .Tech. Center: Pat Ewing, Georgetown. Forwards: Keith Lee,
Memphis State and Wayman Tisdale, Oklahoma.
Big Ten All-Freshman team: Guards: Grant, Michigan and Troy Lewis,
w Purdue. Center: Shon Morris, Northwestern. Forwards: Al Lorenzen, Iowa
and Todd Mitchell, Purdue.
Big Ten all-underrated team: Guards: Marc Wilson, Minnesota and Andre
Banks, Iowa. Center: George Montgomery, Illinois. Forwards: George
Williams, Minnesota and Anthony Welch, Illinois. Coach: Gene Keady, Pur-
due.
Big Ten all--overrated team: Guards: Bruce Douglas, Illinois and Dan
Dakich, Indiana. Center: Robert Littlejohn, Purdue (just recognizing his
existence is overrating him). Forwards: Efrem Winters, Illinois and Andre
Goode, Northwestern. Coach: Jud Heathcote, Michigan State (what's he
won without Magic?).
Big Ten sixth man team: Guards: Lewis, Purdue and Garde Thompson,
Michigan. Center: Lorenzen, Iowa. Forwards: Darryl Johnson, Michigan
State and Ken Norman, Illinois.
Big Ten stiff team: Guards: Winston Morgan, Indiana and Jeff Moe, Iowa
(Moe's a good player but his insistence on taking every clutch shot has
eliminated the Hawkeyes from the Big Ten race). Center: Colin "Another
Foul On" Murray, Northwestern. Forwards: Larry Polec, Michigan State
and J.J. Weber, Wisconsin.
All-Prison team: Guards: Skiles, Michigan State and Todd Alexander,
" Minnesota. Center: Chris Washburn, North Carolina State. Forwards: Mit-
chell Lee, Minnesota and Doug Altenberger, Illinois. Coach: Mike White,
Illinois (I know, I know).
The "It's my ball and you can't have it" team: Guards: Troy Taylor, Ohio
State and Rick Olson, Wisconsin. Center: Sellers, Ohio State. Forwards-
Goode, Northwestern and Tommy Davis, Minnesota.
The "Who put these guys on scholarship?" team: Guards: Greg Pedro,
Michigan State and Mike Heineman, Wisconsin. Center: Bo Cucuz, North-
western. Forwards: Paul VanDenEinde, Minnesota and Joe Flanagan, Nor-
thwestern.
Now, for some more fun lists I've been saving for a rainy day.
The Scott Skiles Hit Parade: I Can't Drive 55 by Sammie Hagar, White
Punks on Dope by The Tubes, I Want a New Drug by Huey Lewis and the
News, Cocaine by Eric Clapton, Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley, White
Lines by Grand Master Flash and Coke Is It by your Coca-Cola bottler.
Big Ten fans, from best to worst: 1. Indiana; 2. Purdue; 3. Michigan State;
4. Minnesota; 5. Wisconsin; 6. Illinois; 7. Iowa; 8. Ohio State; 9. Michigan;
10. Northwestern.
Ten ugliest players in the Big Ten: 1-5. Illinois' starting line-up; 6. Troy
Taylor, Ohio State; 7. Polec, Michigan State; 8. Wilson, Minnesota; 9.
Bullock, Purdue; 10. Blab, Indiana.
Five Frieder quotes that find their way into every press conference: 1.
You've always got to watch out for (fill in the name of the next opponent).
They've got great players." 2. "We've just got to sustain it." 3. "(Fill in
name of opposing coach) does a great job." 4. "We've got to take them one at
a time." 5. "(Fill in the name of the next road site) is the toughest place to
play in the league."

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Associated Press
Indiana guard Steve Alford would prefer a little more elbow room, but
Illinois' Efrem Winters refuses to yield. The Illini trounced the Hoosiers 66-
50 last night to move into second place in the Big Ten.

BIG TEN LEADERS
rring Steals

S

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Vincent, MSU .............
Blab, IND........ ........
TARPLEY, MICH .............
Stokes, IOWA..................
Skiles, MSU...............
Roth, WIS . .........
Alford, IND...............
Davis, MINN ..............
Olson, WIS ....................
Taylor, OSU ...................
JOUBERT, MICH...........
Shasky, MINN .......:......
Bullock, PUR ..................
Stokes, OSU ...................
Sellers, OSU ...................
GRANT, MICH ................

G
13
12
13
12
12
13
11
12
13
12
13
12
13
12
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13

FG FTl
108 73
100 41S
93 64
95 39
105 37
91 56
76 44'
85 36
88 25
74 28
82 23
65 43
79 24
64 38
64 36
73 26

Pts Avg
289 22.2
241 20.1
250 19.2
22919.1
247 19.0
238 18.3
196 17.8
206 17.2.
201 15.5
176 14.7
187 14.4
173 14.4
18214.0
166 13.8
164 13.7
172 13.2
Avg
9.5
9.3
9.2
8.6
7.7
7.3
7.2
7.1
6.8
6.7

G No Avg
Douglas, ILL .............. 13 36 2.8
GRANT, MICH ............ 13 28 2.2
Watts, NU................. 13 25 1.9
Vincent, MSU.............13 25 1.9
Skiles, MSU...............13 22 1.7
Alexander, MN ............ 12 20 1.7
Alford, IND ............... 11 17 1.5
Field Goal Percentage
G FG FGA FG%
Blab, IND ................. 12 100 162 .617
Bullock, PUR .............. 13 79 141 .560
Shasky, MINN ..............12 65 119 .546
Skiles, MSU...............13 105 195 .539
Vincent, MSU............. 13 108 202 .535
Stokes, IOWA .............. 12 95 178 .534
Roth, WIS...............13 91 173 .526
GRANT, MICH............ 13 73 140 .521
TARPLEY, MICH ......... 13 93 186 .500
Alford, IND ............... 11 76 152 .500
Free Throw Percentage
G FT FTA FT%
Alford, IND ...............i11 44 47 .936
Stokes, OSU ............... 12 38 44 .864
Vincent. MSU............. 13 73 86 .849
Davis, MINN............. 12 36 43 .837
TARPLEY, MICH .........13 64 80 .800

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Rebounding

TARPLEY, MICH........
Johnson, MSU...........
Sellers, OSU ...............
Stokes,IOWA..............
Payne, IOWA ..............
Wright, IOWA...........
WADE, MICH..........
Winters, ILL............
Blab, IND .................
Bullock, PUR ..............

G Reb
13 123
12 111
12 110
12 103
11 85
12 87
13 93
13 92
12 82
13 87

Assists

Douglas, ILL...........
Reid, PUB .............
GRANT, MICH ............
JOUBERT. MICH........
Stokes, OSU ...............
Skiles, MSU ............
Vincent, MSU...........
Taylor, OSU ...............
Robinson, IND..........
Banks, IOWA ..............
Morgan, IND............

G No
13 70
13 70
13 65
13 62
12 58
13 61
13 51
12 47
11 41
12 43
10 36

Avg
5.4
5.4
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3.6
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Concluding were the fames "Enigma
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which reflect the personality and
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v The audience revelled in both the or-
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Menuhin's gift for making all music
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sounded especially fresh and youthful
live in Hill Auditorium. This is all the
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