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Women's Basketball
vs. Eastern Michigan
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS
Monday, December 1, 1986

Rose Bowl Tickets
On Sale Today
Athletic Ticket Office
Near State and Hoover

The Michigan Daily

Page 9

Cards on table; it's anyone's bet

By ADAM OCHLIS
It's that time of year again.
For students it's time to get
ready for finals and put away the
summer clothes until June. But for
the Michigan basketball team, it's
time to play teams nobody knows
about, and, for that matter, nobody
cares.
Last year, such notables as
Florida Southern, Youngstown
State, and Chicago State invaded
Crisler Arena. Replacing them this
year are Bowling Green, Illinois-
Chicago, and Ball State.
At 7:30 p.m. tonight, the seven-
game, pre-Big Ten home schedule
tips off as the Ball State Cardinals
come to town.
UNLIKE THE last two years,
however, these games won't be
easy victories. Ball State (1-0)
could pose a threat to Bill Frieder's
Wolverine squad (1-1).
Forget that Michigan is young
and inexperienced. Ball State is a
good basketball team that is
coming off one of its most
successful seasons. Last year's team
(21-10 overall last year, 11-7 in the
Mid-American Conference) received
an automatic bid to the NCAA
tournament by winning the MAC
post-season tournament.
The Cardinals soon learned what
playing a top-notch opponent is
like as they were quickly eliminated
from the NCAA tourney by
Memphis State, 95-63.

But Ball State, just like
Michigan, will have a different look
this year.
LOST TO graduation are
forward Dan Palombizio, the
conference's third-leading scorer of a
year ago, (20.2 points per game)
and one of the MAC's best
backcourt tandems - Larry Reed
(12.7 ppg, 4.5 assists per game)
and Chris Shelton (13.9, 5.5).
Palombizio also grabbed better
than 10 rebounds per game.
It will be a busy night at the
scorers' table as Frieder and Brown
will shuffle players in and out
looking for the right combinations.
"We have a lot of new faces,"
said Ball State head coach Al
Brown. "Seventy percent of our
scoring and rebounding has left, so
we're going to have a lot of players
on the floor who haven't seen much
action."
TWO PLAYERS sure to see
action are junior Derrick Wesley
(11.3 ppg) and junior center Steve

Dziatczak (3.4 ppg).
Wesley, a 6-3 guard, is the only
starter returning from last season,.
and Ball State's only proven scorer.
Dziatczak, a 6-9, 215-pound
bruiser, was inserted into the
starting lineup late in the season
last year, and the Cardinals
promptly strung together seven
straight victories en route to the
NCAA tournament.
Brown hopes to help make up
for the loss of the three graduated
seniors with his fine freshman
class, which includes Rick
Bettenhausen, Rodney Haynes, and
Scott Nichols.
Bettenhausen is a 7-0 245-
pound center who adds muscle to
the Cardinals' front line.

IF HISTORY repeats itself,
college basketball should agree with
Haynes. The 6-1 guard comes to.
Ball State as New Castle High's.
(Indiana) third-leading career scorer
behind Steve Alford and Kent,
Benson.
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Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Gary Grant dives for two points against Bradley last Nov. 21. The junior
guard is averaging 33 points per game after two games.

The bowl lineup
Big Ten teams in italics

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'Liberty
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'Aloha
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Jan. 2
Jan. l1
Jan. 1
Jan. 1
Jan. 1
Jan. 1.
Dec. 31
Dec. 31
Dec. 31
Dec. 30
Dec. 30
Dec. 29
Dec. 29
Dec. 27
Dec. 27
Dec. 27
Dec. 20
Dec. 13

TIMe
9 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
5 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
Noon
8 p.m.
3 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
9 p.m.
8 p.m.
7 p.m.
2 p.m.
8 p.m.
TBA
8 p.m.
8 p.m.
9 p.m.

Tempe, Ariz.
Miami
Pasadena
New Orleans
Dallas
Orlando, Fla.
Birmingham, Ala.
Houston
Atlanta
San Diego
Anaheim, Cal.
Memphis
El Paso, Texas
Honululu
Jacksonville
Tampa, Fla.
Shreveport, La.
Fresno, Cal.

Penn St. vs. Miami, Fla,
Oklahoma vs. Arkansas
Arizona St. vs. MICHIGAN
LSU vs. Nebraska
Texas A&M vs. Ohio State
USC vs. Aubumn
Indiana vs. Florida St.
Baylor vs. Colorado
Va. 'eT~h vs. N.C. State
San Diego St. vs. Iowa
UCLA vs. Air Force or BYU
Minnesota vs. Tennessee
Washington vs. Alabama
Arizona vs. N. Carolina
Clemson vs. Stanford
Boston College vs. Georgia
Mississippi vs. Texas Tech
San Jose St. vs. Miami, 0hio

Scores
NFL Chargers 17, Colts 3 College Hockey
Bills 17, Chiefs 14 Vikings 45, Bucs 13 Michigan State 5, Bowling Green 1
Browns 13, Oilers 10 (OT) Redskins 20, Cardinals 17 College Basketball
Rams 17, jets 3 Falcons 20, Dolphins 14 Texas 74, Louisville 70
Patriots 21, Saints 20 Broncos 34, Bengals 28 Villanova 98, Vermont 68
Bears 13, Steelers 10 (OT) Eagles 33, Raiders 27 Valparaiso 77, WMU 76
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