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Hockey
vs. Illinois-Chicago
Today and Tomorrow 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

Wrestling
vs. Northwestern
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Friday, January 9, 1987

Blue I
(Continued from Page 1)
by Burson. Joubert then missed the
front line of a one-and-one, but J.
P. Oosterbaan rebounded the shot
and put it in.
Michigan then scored seven
more points to close out the game
with 107 points, the first time
since 1978 that the Wolverines
went over the century mark in Big.
Ten action.
Gary Grant led the Wolverines
with 35 points, eight rebounds and
seven assists. Garde Thompson
added 22 points, 15 in the second
half. Glen Rice had 19 points and
16 rebounds, and Antoine Joubert
scored 13.
Hopson led the Buckeyes with
39 points and eight rebounds.
THE BUCKEYES, a press-
and-run team that has played well
beyond many writer's pre-season
expectations, attempted to press and
run against the Wolverines from the,
start.

eats (
That was all Michigan needed,
said Thompson.
"Before the game we didn't know
whether or not we were going to
get into a fast-break game," said the
senior.
"We could tell they wanted to
run two minutes into the game. As
soon as we saw they wanted to run
- that's our game plan.
"When we fast break, the key to
winning is rebounding. If we get
the rebounds, we're going to win."
They got the rebounds.
Michigan out-rebounded Ohio State
49-33, setting up a wild, quickly
paced game.
THE PLAY was rough, and
the fouls came in bunches - 48
personals on the two teams and a
technical late in the game on
Williams.
Midway through the first half,
Oosterbaan hacked Hopson as the
Buckeye was going toward the

)SU fo
basket, and the two exchanged
words.
The crowd roared with
disapproval at several calls against
the Wolverines.
And Frieder, apparently frustrated
with his team's play in the last two
minutes of the first half, pushed a
cameraman out of his way as the
team went into the lockerroom at
halftime.
THE PUSHING continued in
the second half. Joubert and
Buckeye Tony White pushed each
other and appeared to exchange
words, and seconds later, a double
foul was called on Rice and Jerry
Francis.
For the first 18 minutes of the
game, the Buckeyes looked nothing
like the team that came close to
upsetting the nationally-ranked

r first
Indiana Hoosiers Sunday on
national TV.
After Ohio State went up 9-4,
Michigan ran off the next 11
points, putting the Wolverines in
front for the rest of the game.
A Hughes rebound led to a three-
point basket by Grant, and after a
couple out-of-control drives by both
Grant and Buckeye Curtis Wilson,
Thompson drove in for a layup to
tie the score at nine and was fouled
by Jerry Francis. Thompson's
charity toss put the Wolverines
ahead.
A Hughes' tip-in and a layup and
free throw by Grant put the
Wolverines up 15-4.
Ohio State closed to within five
with 8:11 left in the half, but
Michigan then outscored the
Bqckeyes 22-9 to take a 51-33 lead.

Big

Ten

Page 10
wIn

Bring on Bobby

OHIO STATE

Min.
Rice 36
Joubert 33
Grant 37
Hughes 20
Thmp 38
OOst 14
Griffin 16
Vaught 4
Stoyko 1
TEAM

MICHIGAN
FG/A FT/A R
8/11 3/3 16
5/12 2/4 5
11/21 11/13 7
3/5 2/2 11
8/13 3/3 4
3/5 2/2 3
0/1 2/2 2
0/2 0 0
0/1 0 0
1

A
2
2
8
1
2
1
1
0
0

PF
4
4
4
5
1
2
5
0
0

TP
19
13
35
8
22
8
2
0
0

Min. FG/A FT/A
Hopson 38 12/23 11/14
Francis 24 4/8 3/4
Andrsn 24 1/5 0/0
Wilson 33 4/16 3/5
Burson 34 6/12 0/0
Lomax 16 2/3 2/4
Wesson 12 0/2 0/0
White 19 4/4 1/2
TEAM

R A

PF TP

8
2
4
2
5
6
1
3
2

2
2
0
3
2
3
0
0

2
5
2
3
4
2
1
4

39
11
2
11
13
7
0
9

TOTALS 33/73 20/29 33 12 23 92

TOTALS 38/71 25/29 49 17 25 107
Three-point goals: Joubert, 1/1; Thompson, 3/5;
Grant, 2/2

Three-point goals: Hopson,
Burson, 1/1; Lomax, 1/1

4/9; Wilson, 0/3;
Tot.
92
107

Technical: OSU bench
Attendance: 12,686

Scoring
OSU
MICH

1
45
55

2
47
52

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Wolverine guard Gary Grant goes up over Ohio State's Jay Burson for
two of his thirty points last night.
NCAA bars booster.1
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SAN DIEGO (AP) - Boosters
were barred from having anything
to do with recruiting athletes for
colleges Thursday at the NCAA
convention, and a group of athletic
directors defied the Presidents
Commission by refusing to
withdraw several key items from
the agenda.
A measure to ban boosters
entirely from the recruiting process
was passed virtually without
opposition. The legislation bans
supporters of college athletic teams
from even telephoning or writing to
a high school prospect.
"It will enable us to tell our
recruiting interests they can do
absolutely nothing," Georgia
football coach Vince Dooley said of
the rule.
Actions by over-zealous boosters
in giving gifts and cash as a way of

luring top prospects have resulted
in several schools being placed on
probation by the NCAA.
The vote to try and exclude the
boosters from being involved in
recruiting came after the athletic
directors cut football scholarships
from 30 per year to 25.
Their vote was a rebuff of the
presidents group.
The reform-minded commission
has called a special convention next
June to consider what many think
will be drastic measures to de-

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move by the athletic
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they should have a
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