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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, March 16, 1985
Michigan sputters, still slays Knights

Second half comeback.
lifts Blue, 5 9-55

(Continued from Page 1)
some mistakes balihandling and get-
ting out of the offensive pattern."
MICHIGAN, meanwhile, had
rediscovered its offensive pattern. Two
free throws by Robert Henderson,
layups by Tarpley and Joubert, a
Joubert charity toss and a breakaway
dunk by Tarpley put Michigan up 55-43

with 1:47 left.
Henderson was especially instrumen-
tal in the comeback, taking a crucial
charge and scoring six of his ten points
in the second half.
"He came and got some unexpected
rebounds," said Wilson. "We were
worried about Tarpley and Wade and
he surprised us."

THE KNIGHTS, however, had one
surprise left for the Wolverines. Tar-
pley's dunk, and a subsequent missed
jam by Gary Grant, gave Fairleigh
Dickinson two points on foul shots.
Though their fourth starter fouled out
with a minute and a half left, the
Knights pulled back to within two, 57-55,
with ten seconds left before Tarpley
iced the victory with two free throws.
"We got a little sloppy down the
stretch," said Wolverine coach Bill
Frieder. "That's the sign of a young
team that hasn't been in this situation
for a long time.''
The situation midway through the
second half looked anything but
promising for Michigan. According to
Hampton, the Knights could see defeat
in the Wolverines' faces.
"They looked like they were ready to
give up," said FDU's leading. scorer,
who finished with ten points. "I looked
at Joubert, and he was exhausted,

almost ready to fall down. I thought we
had them."
Tarpley, who led all scorers with 15,
said it wasn't quite that bad: "I was a
little worried, but I had confidence in
the team and the coaches that we could
come back and win, becaue that's the
waywe play."
The way they played in the first half
was atrocious. The Wolverines hit eight
of 26 from the floor, not quite 31 per-
cent, and featured such lowlights as
Joubert's zero for five shooting, Tar-
pley's one for five and Rockymore and
Garde Thompson's combined zero for
four.
The win puts Michigan's record at 26-
6 and sends it into tomorrow's second
round game here against Villanova at
12:11 p.m.
"We'll take it," Frieder said. "I hope
we'll play a little harder, a little
stronger on Sunday."

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Fairleigh pathetic

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON
Min FG/A FT/A R A PF Pts

MICHGIAN
Min GF/A FT/A

R A PF Pts

Riddick .......
.Hampton ......
Wilson ........
Collins ........
Duncan .......
Latney ........
Jackson .......
Malloy ........
Thomas .......
Shokai.......
Team rebounds

24
35
34
38
15
18
30
3
2
1

3/5
4/9
2/2
2/6
1/4
4/8
3/3
0/0
0/1
0/0

0/2
2/4
8/8
2/4
3/3
0/0
2/3
0/0
0/0
0/0

1
6
5
3
3
5
1
0
0
2

T
1
0
4
0
1
4
0
0
0

5
5
5
5
2
1
3
0
0
0

6
10
12
6
5
8
8
0
0
0

Rellford .......
Wade........
Tarpley.....
Joubert ......
Grant .........
Rockymore....
Thompson .....
Henderson ....
Stoyko ........
Team rebounds

25
26
31
27
34
19
12
25
1

4/8
1/2
6/14
1/9
3/8
3/6
0/2
4/5
0/0

2/2
1/3
3/4
1/1
0/0
4/7
2/2
2/3
0/0

4
5
13
3
3
1
2
4
0
0

2
0*
5
6
3
0
1
0

2
4
4
4
2
1
3
0

10
3
15
3
6
10
2
10
0
59

--- .-1-

17/24 25 11 26 55

TOTALS ...... 200 22/44

15/22 35 17 21

TOTALS. 200 19/38

Halftime: Fairleigh Dickinson 26, MICHIGAN 20
Attendance: 13,260

Holmes keeps David
at Bey with TKO

. -1

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - Larry
Holmes knocked~down David Bey twice
in the eighth round and then stopped. him
in at 2:58 of the 10th round last night to
retain the International Boxing
Federation heavyweight title in what
may have been Holme's last fight.
Holmes had Bey reeling from a series
of head shots when referee Carls
Padilla jumped in and stopped the bout.
The victory was Holmes' 47th against
no defeats, and he could join Rocky

Marciano as the only heavyweight
champions to retire without having lost
a fight.
Holmes has said he probably will an-
nounce his retirement June 9 but has
held open the possibility of another
fight. June 9 woUld be the seventh an-
niversary of his winning the World
Boxing Council title he relinquished in
December 1983.
"' This is it' means I'll retire if I don't
get an offer from Michael Spinks by the
end of April," Holmes said.

Associated Press

Maryland's fKeith Gatlin shoots over Miami's Eddie Schilling during the
overtime period in last night's 69-68 Terrapin victory.

FDU's Gary Wilson fails to block Michigan center Roy Tarpley's shot in last
night's first round of NCAA tournament play. Tarpley was Michigan's high
scorer with 15 points.

SOUTHEAST REGIONAL:

EAST REGIONAL:

T erps edge Miami

Illini rip Northeaster
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By JEFF BERGIDA
AND TIM MAKINEN
Special to the Daily
DAYTON, Ohio-Maryland coach
Lefty Driesell and his players may
have felt that Miami of Ohio, the
second-place team in the Mid-
America Conference, would be a break
after a rugged ACC campaign. The
Terrapins, who had one of the nation's
toughest schedules were favored to
cruise through this first-round NCAA
contest.
But the scrappy Redskins, urged on
by a heavily partisan crowd at the
University of Dayton Arena, gave
Driesell and crew more than they wan-
ted to handle. It took a steal off an in-
bounds pass and a tip-in by senior
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guard Jeff Atkins with 14 seconds
remaining in overtime to give
Maryland a 69-68 victory yesterday.
FIVE-FOOT-EIGHT GUARD Eric
Newsome put up a wild shot at the buz-
zer that would have given Miami the u-
pset. The Redskins led 68-65, with 17
seconds left when Maryland's Adrian
Branch drove the baseline and put in a
short jumper.
, Maryland pressed on the next inbounds
pass. Branch stole the ball and Atkins
converted the turnover into the Terps'
24th victory of the season.
"I KIND OF gave the guy a push and
he lost it," said Branch who finished
with 24 points. "He thought the ball was
going out (of bounds) but it rolled in."
Miami forward Ron Harper, MAC
player-of-the-year, led all scorers with
26 points. Len Bias, the most valuable
player in the ACC, paced Maryland
with 25 before fouling out in overtime.
Navy 78, LSU 55 .
DAYTON, Ohio (AP)-Vernon Butler
scored 20 points, including 10 con-
secutive free throws, and led Navy to a
78-55 upset of No. 20rated Louisiana
State yesterday in the NCAA Southeast
Regional basketball opener.
Navy, 26-5, appearing in its first NCAA
Tournament in 25 years, cracked open a
close game early in the second half. The
midshipmen, ECAC South Tournament
champions, swept into as much 16-point
leads midway through the half.
LSU, 19-10, losing its 10th straight
postseason game since 1981,-was forced
to foul against Navy's deliberate game
in the closing minutes. The Midshipmen
connected on 24 of 29 free throws to th-
wart any Tigers' comeback threat.

ATLANTA (AP)-Ken Norman
scored 23 points and 12th-ranked Illinois
used a strong defense to overpower
Northeastern 76-57 in the first round of
the NCAA East Regional basketball
tournament yesterday.
The Fighting Illini, 25-8, never trailed
in surging to a 12-point halftime lead
and stretching the margin to 29 in the
second half before the Huskies rallied
in the final two minutes.
The Big Ten Conference runner-up
advanced to Sunday's second round ac-
tion, facing Georgia, which won the
game that followed the afternoon
opener in The Omni.
The Huskies, winners of the ECAC
North Atlantic tourney, had won 12
games in a row going into the NCAA
event, but they were never in the game,
shooting only 45 percent against a
tenacious Illinois defense.
It was the seventh victory in the last
eight games for Illinois.
Northeastern, 22-9, trailed 14-12 when
the Illini began to make their move,
getting an inside basket from Norman
and a pair of free throws from Efrem
Winters for an 18-12 lead.
Illinois led 39-25 early in the second
half before Northeastern scored six
quick points, but the Huskies then
yielded the next eight points and the
game no longer was in doubt with more
than 15 minutes remaining.
Doug Altenberger and Anthony
Welch each added 13 for the Illini, and
Winters had 11.
Reggie Lewis led Northeastern with
22 points, eight of those in the final 3:30.
Georgia 67, Wichita State 59
ATLANTA (AP) - Freshman Cedric
Henderson and Joe Ward scored six
points each during a 16-2 spurt that
sparked 19th-ranked Georgia to a 67-59
victory over Wichita State in the First
round of the NCAA East Regional
Basketball tournament yesterday.
The teams were deadlocked at 31
when Henderson started the six-minute
spree on a layup with 16:21 remaining
and Georgia enjoyed a 47-33 advantage
when Ward closed the spree on a 10-
footer from the left bakeline with 10.08
to play.
THE VICTORY SENDS the 22-8
Bulldogs into a second round battle
Sunday against No. 12 Illinois.

minutes of the second half after collec-
ting his fourth foul with 12:54 left and
Georgia leading 39-33.
It was then that Ward took over with
two dunks off steals in a 13-second span.
Gerald Crosby added 13 points and
Ward 10 for the Bulldogs.
Aubrey Sherrod had 17 points and
Karl Papke 11 for Wichita State, 18-13.
Syracuse 70, Je Paul 65
ATLANTA (AP) - Dwayne "Pearl"
Washington scored 15 of 23 points from
the free throw line as 15-rankec
Syracuse trimmed DePaul 70-65 in the
NCAA East Regional basketball tour-
nament last night.
Freshman Rony Seikaly of Athens,
Greece, added 17 points for the
Orangemen,.who advanced to Sunday's
second round.
SYRACUSE, 22-8, won the game, at
the free throw line, hitting 20:. of 24 at-
tempts in the second half, with
Washington leading the way with 10 in a
row after intermission and 15 of 16 for
the game.
It was Syracuse's first victory over
DePaul in four meetings and ended the
season for the Blue Demons at 19-10.
The Orangemen went ahead to stay
with 7:51 left in the opening half when
Washington drilled a 16-footer to break
a 17-17 deadlock. Washington then fed
Greg Monroe for a layup 36 seconds4
later.
SYRACUSE built its lead to 42-32 with
16:30 left, and then survived a pair of
DePaul comeback efforts that sliced
the lead to 48-45 and 54-51, the last with
just over eight minutes remaining.
DePaul never got closer, but had' a
chance to get within two with 33 seconds
remaining when Kevin Holmes had a
steal but was unable to control the ball,4
batting it out of bounds.
Tyrone Corbin led the Blue Demons
with 17 points and Dallas Comegys ad-
ded 15.
Rafael Addison, Syracuse's leading
scorer with an 18.8 average, scored only
eight points, including four free throws
in the final minute.

Associated Press
Louisiana State guard Derrick Taylor launches a jumpshot past Navy's
Kylor Whitaker in the Midshipmen's 78-55 victory yesterday.

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