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January 13, 1986 - Image 7

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Women's Basketball
vs. Minnesota
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Wrestling
vs. Indiana
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily Monday, January 13, 1986 Page 7
Rebounding keeps Blue above Purdue

(Continued from Page 1)
"That's a sign of being young and
weak. That's the first time our youth
'has hurt us as far as competing on the
boards."
The senior co-captains led Michigan
in that department. Butch Wade
grabbed 10 caroms and Roy Tarpley
had a game-high 12 boards.
"That was the key to the game- ..
We controlled the boards," said
Frieder, "and it gave us a lot of good
situations."
Situations like Wade's soft five-foot

banker that followed a Gary Grant
missed jumper and stretched the
Wolverine lead back to five, 61-56,
with about six minutes left in the
game.
LIKE TARPLEY'S dunk two-and-a-
half minutes later, converting a
Richard Rellford miss and ending a
scoring drought for that period.
And like Antoine Joubert's two free
throws with two 2:11 left. The junior
guard rebounded Tarpley's miss,
drew a foul, and like Tarpley's dunk
had done, stretched Michigan's two-

point lead to a slightly more comfor-
table margin, 65-61.
The Wolverines increased that to 69-
61, with the last of Robert Hender-
son's seven of seven free throws, ap-
parently putting the game out of
reach. With 1:13 left. Purdue,
however, made one last rush.
The Boilermakers took advantage
of some Michigan errors, including
the unsuccessful first shots of three
one-and-one chances, to make it 73-71
with two seconds left. Neither
Frieder nor the Wolverine players
Big Ten Standings

seemed too concerned about Purdue's
late charge.
"We took a couple shots there that
didn't go and missed a one-and-one,"
Frieder said. "Otherwise we would
have put the game away."
"If we'd have made our free throws
down the stretch, it wouldn't have
been close," echoed Joubert.
TARPLEY seemed less confident
after the game. Despite leading
Michigan with 18 points, the 6-11 cen-
ter appeared upset at having missed
two one-and-ones in the last minute
and struggling with his moves inside.
"I have to be stronger with my of-
fensive moves, like one time I was
going for a slam and I slipped and
another time going for a short hook it
didn't fall..." said Tarpley. "This is
the worst year I've had here besides
my freshman year."
Frieder spoke less critically: "I
was satisfied with his play. He's still
got to learn to get the ball inside and
just shoot it over people instead of
trying to make a move."
HENDERSON, who was Michigan's
second leading scorer with 13, showed
some good moves, and freshman

Glenn Rice moved well with him,
racking up eight points on four-of-
seven shooting. A couple of Rice's
hoops came on passes from Hender-
son.
"When they collapsed on him (Hen-
derson), he found Glenn and Glenn did
a good job getting to that spot,"
Frieder said. "The timing on that was
perfect."
Grant was just less than perfect,

hitting only three of 10 shots from the
field and blowing a couple of a fast
breaks. Although he and ,
Joubert continued to have problem
running the half-court offense, neither
seemed overly worried after the
game.
"I think we're doing good" said
Joubert. "I don't think we're
struggling. We're in first plac
We're doing well."

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

Conf.
W-L
4-0
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-2
2-2
1-2
1-3
0-3
0-3

Overall
W-L
16-0
14-3
9-4
12-4
11-3
10-4
9-4
10-5
10-6
6-7

UnsBoilered

PURDUE
MinFG/AFT/A

MICHIGAN
MinFG/A FT/A

R A PFPts.

Reilford..........19
Wade............ 27
Tarpley ......... 34
Joubert ......... 36
Grant ........... 28
Rice............. 18
Henderson ...... 19
Thompson....... 19
Team Rebounds

4/7
2/3
5/9
5/11
3/10
4/7
3/5
2/4

0/2
0/0
8/12
2/2
2/2
0/0
7/7
0/1

R
4
10
12
5
0
3
3
3
1

A
0
1
2
2
4
0
3
1

PFPts.
4 8
3 4
4 18
1 12
4 8
1 8
4 13
0 4

Lee .............36
Mitchell..........35
McCents ........ 28
Gaddis...........40
Lewis ........... 37
Robinson........11
Jones............8
Arnold...........4
Fisher........... I
Team Rebounds

7/10
4/11
4/
3/11
7/11
2/3
0/2
0/0
0/0

2/2
1/2
2/2
0/0
6/8
6/8
0/2
0/0
0/0

4
1
2
3
4
6
1
0
0
5

3
3
2
5
3
1
1
0
0

1
4
5
4
2
1
1
3
0

16
9
10
6
20
10
0
0
0

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TOTALS.........200 28/56 19/26 41

13 21 75

TOTALS ....... 200 27/57 17/24 26 18 21 71
First half score: Michigan 35, Purdue 28
Attendance: 13,6009 (sellout)

TUESDAY LUNCH FORUM
January 14th, 12 Noon
JAPANESE WOMEN TODAY
Speaker: Michiyo Yamamoto, Japanese Educator, will address the
experience of women in Japan with particular reference to their role in the
education process.

At the International Center
603 E. Madison

For additional Information,
please call 662-5529

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Purdue tried everything on Saturday to stop Michigan's Roy Tarpley as
he scored 18 points leading the Wolverines to victory, 75-71.

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