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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily Thursday, March 7, 1985
Wolverines bust Bucks for

15th straight

Blue withstands Ohio State
rally as Joubert seals win

Joubert went to the charity stripe and
converted the freebies. Ohi State could
get no closer, Joubert's fifth and sixth
"ree throws iced the victory with 15
seconds left in the contest.
"I did not enjoy that game much,"
said Buckeye coach Eldon Mller. "It's
amazing to me that we were as close as
we were, getting outrebounded by 17
(actually 15). This was not a strong ef-
fort by our team."
Both teams began the game in classic

Michigan-Ohio State fashion, playing
physically and yielding little ground.
The Buckeyes with the help of Con-
check's ten rebounds in the first stanza,
built a lead of four points several times,
only to have Michigan scrub and claw
right back.
In all, the lead changed hands five
times the first 12 minutes before the
Wolverines pulled away to an eight
point lead, 34-26, with 2:42 left in the
half.

(Continued from Page 1)
minutes remaining. From then on in,
the contest was nip and tuck down to the
wire.
Frieder said "It was kinda like the
game in Ann Arbor (in which Ohio State
also came back). We just had problems
containing their guards.
"THEY're just so quick and so good,
they brought the Buckeyes back into
the game."
The Wolverines got a crucial break
when 7-0 Buckeye center Brad Sellers
fouled out with 3:23 left. Michigan
dominated under the boards all
evening, outrebounding Ohio State 46-31
in the contest, and then capitalized even
more with Sellers confined to the bench.
Robert Henderson missed the front end
of a one-and-one try but was able to nab
his own rebound and sink a big dunk to
maintain a 6-point Wolverine lead.'

Again, however, Michigan relaxed and
Ohio State made things tight. Buckeye
forward Joe Concheck laid in a basket
with under a minute left to pull Ohio
State within five points, and then helped
to bottle up Tarpley, who subsequently
travelled to turn the ball over to Ohio
State. Dennis Hopson's stuff with 42
seconds remaining cut the difference to
three, 71-68.
DAVE JONES of Ohio State then
fouled Joubert to force the first of three
one-and-one situations for the
sophomore from Detroit. With the sell-
out St. John's crowd yelling and on its
feet, Joubert swiftly canned the pair of
free throws.
The diminutive Stokes, who led the
Buckeyes with 18 points, managed to
slither in for another lay-up, and the
score became 73-70. Again, however,

Don't 'ya love it?

MICHIGAN

OHIO STATE

Min
Stokes......... 38
Taylor ........ 37
Concheck...... 35
Hopson.... 33
Sellers ........ 30
Anderson ...... 5
Jones ......... 19
McGee-........ 3

FG/A
9/17
4/13
4/12
519
4/9
1/1
3/6
0/0

FT/A R A PF
0/0 2 3 4
8/10 0 3 3
1/1 13 4 4
2/2 5 2 3
1/3 7 0 5
0/0 0 0 1
0/0 3 0 3
0/0 0 0 0

Pts
18
'16
9
12
2
6
0

Min FG/A
Rellford.......27 5/10
Wade.........20 4/6
Tarpley ....... 37 8/18
Joubert.......,35 6/15
Grant........35 4/7
Henderson .. 22 2/3
Thompson ....15 1/3
Rockymore .... 9. 0/0
Team rebounds
TOTALS ...... 200 30/62

FT/A
1/2
0/2
7/10
7/7
2/2
0/2
0/0
0/0

R
8
5
16
5
2
6
2
0
2

A
1
0
0
7
5
0
1
0

PF Pts
1 11
2 8.
3 23
1 19
2 10
2 4
4 2
0 0

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Team rebounds
TOTALS ...... 200 30/67

I
12/16 31 12 22 72

17/25 46 14 15

77

Halftime score: MICHIGAN 38, Ohio State 29
Attendance: 13,681
DETROIT ENDS LOSING STREAK

Pistons knock Knicks,

114-90

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Daily Photo by BRAD MILLS
Wolverines forward Richard Rellford climbs over Michigan State's Darryl
Johnson for :a rebound in Michigan's victory last February 23. The junior
from Riviera Beach, Fla., scored 11 in last night's win at Ohio State.
Notre Dame batters
Marquette, 66-60,

DETROIT (UPI) - Guard Vinnie
Johnson scored 19 of his 21 points in the
second quarter and center Bill Laim-
beer added 21 last night as the Detroit
Pistons snapped a two-game losing
steak with a 114-90 victory over the New
York Knicks.
Detroit, which never trailed, scored
the contest's first six points and opened
a 25-11 first-period lead when all-star
guard Isiah Thimas sandwiched a pack
of jumpers around forward John Long's
basket.
DETROIT then rode Johnson's 19-
point second quarter, including seven
straight field goals, to build an insur-
mountable 63-35 halftime advantage.
The Pistons' advantage ballooned to
86-56 at 4:25 of the third quarter before
forward Bernard King scored eight
points in a 14-4 run to bring the Knicks
tp within 90-70 at the end of the period.
Terry Tyler, Kent Benson and
Thomas added 12 points each for
Detroit, which raised its record to 34-
27. Forward Kelly Tripucka, who
missed 17 consecutive games with an
ankle sprain, returned to action and
had 12 points off the bench.
King scored a game-high 28 points for
New York which dropped its fifth-
straight and saw its record to fall 20-43.

Guard Eddie Wilkins also added 18
points for the slumping Knicks.
Bulls 107, Celtics 104
BOSTON (AP) - Michael Jordan
scored 33 points and, Orlando Woolridge
added 29 as the Chicago Bulls snapped a
club-record 12-game road losing streak
with a 107-104 National Basketball
Association victory over the Boston
Celtics last night.
The Bulls, who hadn't won on the road
since Dec. 20, overcame a 14-point
deficit to hand the Celtics only their
fourth loss in 30 games at home.
Chicago appeared to have the game
locked up when Jordan sank four
straight foul shots, making the score
106-101 with eight seconds left. However
Dennis Johnson hit a 3-point field goal
for Boston, and Woolridge hit one of two
free throws to put the lead at 107-104
with three seconds left.
The Celtics got a rebound and Danny
Ainge threw up a 50-footer at the buzzer
that rimmed the basket, but stayed out.
Boston got 73 points from its starting
front court with Parish getting 26,
Larry Bird 25 and Kevin McHale 22.

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SOUTH BEND, (UPI) Notre Dame's
David Rivers scored 20 points and
Donald Royal came up with hig 15 poin-
ts all on free throws last night as the
Irish outscored .Marquette 32-14 from
the line and outlasted the Warriors 66-
60.
Royal's 15-of-18 foul line performance
included two crucial shots with 13
seconds left to turn aside a late Warrior
rally.
THE IRISH closed out their home
season at 19-8 with a chance in Satur-
day's finale at Dayton to record their
first 20-win regular season in four
years. Marquette is 17-10.
Notre Dame led 60-50 with less than 4
minutes left, but Marquette closed the
gap to 62-61 with 1:18 left on free throws
by Kerry Trotter, who had a career-
high 23.
Rivers, who recorded his , fifth
straight 20-point game, missed a free
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throw with 1:02 left. Marquette worked
the clock but Trotter missed a layup
with 13 seconds left and teammate
Walter Downing fouled Royal on the
play.
The Irish sophomore sand two to
stretch the lead to 64-60 and make the
Irish 32-of-42 from the line on the night.
Rivers' steal and layup with 2 secon-
ds left closed out the scoring.
Philadelphia 96, Atlanta 86
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Rookie
forward Charles Barkley scored 10 of
his 15 points in the second quarter to
spark the Philadelphia 76ers to a 96-86
victory over the Atlanta Hawks last
night in a National Basketball
Association game.
The victory, coupled with Boston's
loss toChicago, moved Philadelphia to
within 11/2 games of the first-place
Celtics in the NBA's Eastern Conferen-
ce.
ATLANTA, playing without injured
starters Tree Rollins and Dominique
Wilkins, lost its third straight game and
sixth in seven starts.
Andrew Toney, dropped from the
starting lineup by coach Billy Cun-
ningham, came off the bench to score 21
points, including a rare four-point play.
Sixers' center Moses Malone scored
only seven points, breaking a string of
526 games in double figures dating back
to Nov. 4, 1978.

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IM SCORES
IM Basketball
5'9" and Under "A" Finals
Pakalolo Patrol 35, Animals 31
5'9" and Under "B" Finals
Taylor Justice 40, Refridgerators 36
Women's "A" Finals
Brown Sugar 57, Rif-Raf 42
Graduate, Staff and Faculty "A" Finals
Pisces 61, Codebusters 42
Graduate, Staff and Faculty "B" Finals
Dental #160, DSD C 35
Co-Recreational "A" Semi-finals
Awesome 92, bombers 30
Nitwits 74, SPAM 57
Co-Recreational "B" Semi-finals
Slammers 69, Forest Animals 50
Morti 82, Deadly Designers 41
Ice Hockey Semi-finals
Cross Campus Kamikazes 7, Fiji Islanders 2
Real Toronto Mapeleafs 5, Windbreakers 3
Kappa Delta Roe 13, Cooley Pegs 2
Stars 9, Sigma Chi 1
Sig Eps 7, the Last Chance 5
Williams Whalers 3, Rangers 1
Innertube Water Polo Playoffs
Chi Phi 9, Zeta Beta Tau 8

BIG TEN STANDINGS
Conf. Overall

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

WL
15 2
10 6
10 6
10 7
9 7
9 7
7 9
6 10
4 13
2 15

W
24
22
21
18
18
18
15
13
13
6:

L
3
8
8
9
8
8
11
13
14
21

Associpted Press
The New York Knicks' Bernard King drives against the Pistons' Terry Tyler
in NBA action last night at Joe Louis Arena.

Dutcher:
Knight
suspension
is lenient

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Univer-
sity of Minnesota's Jim Dutcher says he
or any other Big Ten basketball coach
would have been punished severely for
throwing a chair during .a game, an of-
fense for which Indiana's Bob Knight
was given a one-game suspension.,
While he did not want to come right
out and criticize the penalty, Dutcher,
when asked what he thought the penalty
might have been had he thrown the
chair, responded: "Probably life."
"WHAT I don't understand is why Big
Ten officials waited until the second
game after the incident. The timing
was a little strange," Dutcher said.

Knight threw the chair during a loss
to Purdue Feb. 23.
He was allowed to coach against
Minnesota Feb. 28 and guided his team 4
to a victory over Dutcher's Gophers.
The next day, Big Ten Commissioner
Wayne Duke announced the suspension
and Knight sat out a March 2 loss to
Iowa.
Still, Dutcher felt the conference may
have gotten a message across to
Knight.
"I think the thing that has been done
now is that he is on warning and that
they don't want any repeats," Dutcher
said.

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