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Page 10- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday
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Intimidat(
By ERIC MAXSON "That's wi
Employing plenty of grit and a same two
stingy defense, The Intimidators in the openi
defeated the defending champion IN TpE
Legal Souls, 43-38, in Independent IN THI
Superstar basketball last week. "We House Ch
had more heart than they did," said isalf, c
Paul Jenkins, who led The In- firs half,
timidators with 18 points. Other high ted Barb
scorers were Alvin White with 15, and who wer
Anthony Burris with 14. Dave Hen-
derson pulled down 15 rebounds in the
middle.
The key to the victory, though, was T
the tenacious defense, sparked by
Erick Lauderdale's 8 steals. Down by 13
as many as nine, The Intimidators put
in a 1-3-1 half-court trap in the second comeback
half. This pressure defense "in- four by the
timidated them," said Jenkins. with 16
IM SCORES

, February 5, 1986
ors pr
here we get our name." The
teams meet again this week
ring round of the playoffs.
E CO-REC division, His
iristian Fellowship downed
. Trailing by 16 early in the
coach Terry Wyckoff inser-
Striz and Debbie Salerno,
re instrumental in the

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win

and whittled the lead to
e half. Striz led His House
points, while Salerno

Thursday, January 30
Residence Hall "A"
Rumsey Antoines 66, Williams "A" 44
Residence Hall "B"
Kelsey "B" 54, Gomberg Lakers 33
Co-Rec Division
Co-Rection 34, Out-of-Staters 25
G/F/S
Phi Rho Lithopedians 36, PRN 31
Substantia Nigra 52, Leaping Lawyers 33
Independent-Superstar
The Intimidators 43. Legal Souls 38
The Avenue 68, MMAC 55
Independent-Recreative
Phi Delta Theta 29, Happy Bunnies 21
Independent "A"
Run-N-Gun 59, Hoop du Tour 31
Independent "B"
Cremasters 51, ASCE 28
Giants 84, Phi Alpha Kappa 24
Six Shooters 62, MIMB Commandos 31
The Breakers 45, Icemen 30
Fraternity "A"
Alpha Delta Phi 55, Phi Gamma Delta 40
Sigma Chi 96, Acacia 16
Fraternity "B"
Zeta Beta Tau 59, Alpha Epsilon Pi 13

Wednesday, January 29
Residence Hall "A"
Chicago Sting 42, Fletcher 38
Michigan House 33, Gomberg Superstars 30
Second Movement 63 Hamilton Hoopsters 36
Hong Kong Cavaliers 49, Reeves Fourth 44
Residence Hall "B"
Taylor B-Fore 50, Reeves First 36
Huber 86'ers 52, Van Tyne 18
Gomberg Red "B" 55, Adams Heaves 49
Co-Rec Division
His House Christian Fellowship 44, MES 40
Delta Rho-Chi Omega 71, Sports Final Edition 52
Independent "A"
Sugar Hill Gang 86, Goof Bah 45
Scrubs 75, Phi Sigma Kappa 20
WW 52, Wotorts 35
Breakfest 71, Terminators 57
Independent "B"
Martin's Marauders 62, Flab Squad 50
G/F/S
TMJ's 65, Sparks 32
Baggies 54, Hoopsters 47
Fraternity "A"
Sigma Nu 37, Alpha Epsilon Pi 31
Kappa Sigma 30, Zeta Beta Tau 18
Fraternity "B"
Sigma Nu 53, Zeta Beta Tau "C" 14
Alpha Delta Phi 17, Beta Theta Pi115

dominated the boards with 11 reboun-
ds. On defense, Matt Blaney, Bob
Perry, and Dave Hildreth keyed an ef-
fective half-court press.
In the second half, the lead swung
back and fourth. Eventually, His
House was able to gain control of the
contest, and stalled Antil the end for
the victory. Looking forward to the
beginning of the playoffs this week,
Wyckoff said, "If I can keep my guys
from panicking bringing up the ball,
we'll be fine."
Jeff Swenarton and Alan Wolfson
scored 14 and 13 points, respectively,
in leading the Chicago Sting to a 42-38
Residence Hall "A" league victory
over Fletcher. Down by 17 with only
ten minutes left in the game, the Sting
made an amazing comeback to grab
victory from the jaws of defeat. "It
was an all-around team effort that
brought us back," said Wolfson.
John Ludka pulled down ten
rebounds, while John Johnston led the
defensive effort. Other standouts in
the balanced performance were Ray
Bower, Chris Walsh, Matt Lane, and
John Janevic. Of the upcoming
playoffs, Wolfson simply said,
"We're hoping to win."
Residence Hall "B" play last week
saw Gomberg Red "B" defeat the
Adams Heaves, 55-49. Gomberg was
'in control the whole way," according
to Dave McGowan, who paced the
winners with 12 points, matching the
output of teammate Ray Telang.
Mike Monterio was also a force, piling
up 15 rebounds and 7 blocked shots.
Leading the defense were Steve Olson
with 4 steals, and Kevin Renko. Jim
Powell, "Mr. Hustle" to his team-
mates, was also a key.

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Associated Press,
Save!
Goalie Grant Fuhr, of Edmonton, went to the ice to foil a Brian Popp (white jersey) scoring opportunity in the
first period of the NHL All-Star game last night in Hartford, Connecticut.

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PRO BASKETBALL ROUNDUP:

Tripucka, Pistons edge Bucks

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CHICAGO (UPI) - Kelly Tripucka
scored 28 points, including 6 during a
crucial stretch run last night, to lead
the Detroit Pistons to a 117-115 trium-
ph over the Chicago Bulls.
With 2:38 left, Kyle Macy's 18-footer
gave Chicago a 112-111 lead. But
Tripucka answered with a field goal,
Isiah Thomas added 3 free throws and
Detroit was in front for good.
THE BULLS trailed by as many as
14 points before a Macy 3-point field

goal tied it 104-104 midway through
the fourth period.
Thomas and rookie Joe Dumars
each scored 18 points for Detroit. Sid-
ney Green had a career-high 28 points
for Chicago while George Gervin had
22 and Macy 48.
The Bulls played without injured
Michael Jordan and Orlando
Woolridge. Guard Quintin Dailey was
also absent and his whereabouts were
unknown.

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An unidentified woman called
Chicago Stadium late in the after-
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the process of changing a flat tire on
the way to the game. He never showed
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The Pistons twice led by 14 points in
the third quarter, in which Thomas
had 7 points and 5 assists.
Pacers 117, Nets 101
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) --Herb
Williams scored 21 of his game-high 25
points in the second half and Steve
Stipanovich contributed 21 points as
the Indiana Pacers recorded their fir-
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Association winning streak in almost
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Nets 117-101 last night.
After trailing 12-4 in the early going,
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Stipanovich scored five points in a 10-
point spurt that put Indiana on top 18-
14. An eight-point run a few minutes
later gave the Pacers a 18-18 lead with
4:04 left in the opening period.
Indiana, which has won its last five
home games and six of eight over-all,
led 35-26 after one quarter. Terence
Stansbury scored five points in a 13-3
burst that made it 52-33 with 6:36
remaining in the first half.

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