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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 7, 1986
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Wolverines

4

(Continued from Page 1)
ter scored 16 points to lead the
Wolverines, hitting seven of seven
field goals.
Garde Thompson was Michigan's
second leading scorer, tossing in 14
points on six of nine shooting.
"HE WAS sensational," Frieder
said. "He gave us big baskets, and he
gave us a spark defensively."
Rellford and Antoine Joubert each
scored 12, Gary Grant had 11, and
Butch Wade had 13 as Michigan star-
ters all hit double figures for the
second straight game.
Michigan trailed only once in the
second half, when Purdue forward
Todd Mitchell's fifth straight free
throw put Purdue up 61-59 with ten
minutes left.
THE WOLVERINES went on a 10-2
run in the next ten minutes. Thom-
pson ended a three-and-a-half minute
drought with a 20-footer. Grant
followed with another 20-footer from

the right wing and the foul shot that
followed.
Rellford then hit two shot, one on a
nice feed under the basket from
Joubert, who finished the series with
an eight foot off-balance jumper in the
lane.
The Wolverines remain at 8-2 atop
the Big Ten while Purdue drops to .500
at 5-5 and possibly out of the conferen-
ce race.
Michigan carried a 41-39 edge into
the lockerroom at halftime, thanks
mostly to Tarpley and Rellford
With Purdue holding its biggest lead
of the period, 31-25, Tarpley drew a
blocking foul on a high post move and
hit both ends of the one and one.
After a Purdue turnover, a 10-foot
double-pump jumper by Garde
Thompson, and a fadeaway 17-footer
by Lewis, Rellford scored on a jumper
and two free throws.
Tarpley then went to work defen-
sively. He tipped one pass away in the

squeak
lane, and finished the resulting fast
break to tie the game at 35.
With two minutes left in the first
half, Tarpley then stole another pass
in the paint, and tossed an outlet pass
for Thompson for Michigan's first
lead since in eight minutes.
Gary Grant continued the defensive
surge, stripping Todd Mitchell and
going end to end to give Michigan a
four point lead at 39-35.
Purdue cut the Wolverine's lead to
two before the half ended.
The Boilermakers actually
outrebounded Michigan, 10-6, in the
first half, and caused 10 turnovers,
five by Antoine Joubert.
Big Ten Standings
Conf. Overall
W L W L
MICHIGAN ..........8 2 20 2
Indiana.............7 3 15 5
Iowa................ 63 16 6
Michigan State ........6 4 15 5
Purdue ................ 5 5 16 7
Illinois ............ .5 5 14 7
Ohio State........... 55 11 9
Minnesota ............. 4 5 14 8
Wisconsin...........28 10 10
Northwestern........1 9 7 13

by

Boilermakers

Illini hope to leave
cagers blue hearted

Playing with fire
MICHIGAN

,r.
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By BARB McQUADE
Illinois' basketball players must be
fighters because they're certainly not
lovers, having their hearts broken
throughout the Big Ten season.
"They're just a few points and a few
seconds away from first place," said
Michigan head coach Bill Frieder,
whose Wolverines face the Fighting
Illini in Urbana-Champaign tomorrow
at 1 p.m., broadcast on NBC (WDIV-
TV, Channel 4).
Illinois, who lost to Michigan 61-59
January 8 on a Rob Henderson jum-
per at the buzzer, does not have a

friend in Lady Luck. The 14-7 (5-5 in
the Big Ten) Illini lost to Iowa by one
point and fell victim to a come-from-
behind surge at Indiana.
The Illinois lineup is bolstered by a
healthy Tony Wysinger, who missed
the season's first matchup with
Michigan. With the junior guard and
6-10 center Scott Meents coming off
the bench, the Illini are a formidable
opponent on their home court.
The last time the two teams met,
the Illinois backcourt of Glynn
Blackwell and Bruce Douglas com-
bined for 27 points and nine steals.

Min1
Rellford ....... 24
Wade.........31
Tarpley........32
Joubert ........33
Grant ......... 33
Henderson .... 17
Rice........... 6
Thompson . 24
Team Rebounds

FG/A FT/A R A PF Pts.

Associated Press

3/3 6/7 2 1 4
6/6 1/2 5 1 4
7/7 2/4 8 3 4
4/12 4/6 3 3 3
4/10 3/7 2 7 1
0/0 0/0 2 2 _4
1/1 0/0 0 0 1
6/9 2/3 1 2 1
2

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13
16
12
11
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14
80

Sophomore guard Gary Grant harasses Purdue's Todd Mitchell in last night's narrow 80-79 Michigan victory.
The win gives Michigan a one-game lead in the Big Ten over Indiana entering Saturday's game with Illinois.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:

.

Skles sin

TOTALS....... 200 31/48 18/29 25 19 22
First half score: MICHIGAN 41, Purdue 39
Attendance: 14,123
PURDUE

The Power of Saying "NO"

One possibility:
Officerl: "Well, lets go into this bar, we
should be able to help the city treasury nice-
ly here."
Officer2: "Good idea. It takes a lot of brain
power to catch rapists and burglars. This is
really easy, all these people just act as
witnesses against themselves and we got
em.''
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$500 or so for each one is great for only a
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Another possibility:
Officerl: "Well, lets go into this bar, we
should be able to help the city treasury nice-
ly here.''
Officer2: "Gool idea. It takes a lot of brain
power to catch rapists and burglars. This is
really easy, all these people just act as
witnesses against themselves.''
Officerf: "Hey you, let's see something with
your birthdate!"
Victim: "I'm sorry sir, but I am exercising
my right not to be a witness against myself."
Officer2: "You have to show me your id,
you have to be 21 to be drinking in here."
Victim: "I know theddrinking age is 21. You
are also trying to do things backwards, the
burden of proof is not on the accused to
prove his innocence, it is on you to prove
his guilt. Good evening. I will be on my
way to visit with more enjoyable company
now."
[NOW _VARAT HAPPENS?
Think about it!]

Mitchell .......
Lee .........
McCants..
Gadis .........
Lewis .........
Jones.......
Stephens ......
Robinson......
Team Rebounds

31
30
31
28
36
12
18
14

6/11
25
3/6
2/8
7/14
2/4
5/5
4/7

9/10
1/3
2/5
1/2
3/4
1/1
0/0
0/1

3
3
4
5
2
1
1
2

3
5
5
3
4
3
5
2

champaign, Ill (AP) - Senior
guard Scott Skiles scored 25 points to
lead Michigan State to an 84-80 Big
Ten basketball win over Illinois last
21 . night.
8 Junior forward Ken Norman scored
5 a game-high 34 points for the Illini.
17 The win improved Michigan State's
s record to a 15-5 overall and 6-4 in the
10 Big Ten. Illinois fell to 14-7 on the
Sseason and 5-5 in the conference.
Michigan State came out firing
against the highly regarded Illinois
79 defense, taking an early lead behind

3

tokes Fighting Ilini
the hot shooting of Skiles and Darryl the second half, and Daryl Thomas
Johnson. But Illinois responded in -had nine of his 11 after the break,
kind behind the scoring of Norman leading No. 18 Indiana past Wisconsin
and Efrem Winters. 78-69 in Big Ten Conference basket-
When the dust settled at the end of ball last night.
the half, Michigan State led 53-45 and The Hoosiers, who defeated the
both teams were shooting at a 60 per- Badgers for the ninthe consecutive
cent clip. time at Assembly,-Hall, trailed 34-31
Indan a 78iafter a first half that included seven
Indiana 78, lead changes and 10 ties.
W 69A pair of free throws by Courtney
Witte tied the score for the last time,
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - 48-48, and a 20-foot jumper by Alford
Steve Alford had 16 of his 23 points in put the Hoosiers ahead to stay.
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