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Men's swimming
vs. Oakland University
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

SPORTS

Men's volleyball
vs. Miami, Ohio
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
CCRB

the Michigan Daily

Monday, January 12, 1987

Page 9

Alford, Hoosiers worry Blue

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averaging 22.9 points per game,
and and is even more dangerous
with the new 19 foot, nine inch
three-point line. "He's not big, he's
not strong, and he's not quick, and
he has just scored a ton of points,"
said Knight. "It's hard for me to
imagine how a kid like that can
score as many points as he does."
Frieder believes Alford's
supporting cast makes Indiana
difficult to defense. "We can stop
one of them, but we can't stop five
of them," the seventh-year coach
said. "We've got (Gary) Grant. He
can stop Alford. He's done it
before. But if he does, (Keith)
Smart will get 30 and (Daryl)
Thomas will get 50."
Smart, a 6-1 junior averaging
THE L]
MICHIGAN (9-5, 1-2)
Ht. Player PPG
(6-5) Antoine Joubert (15.9)
(6-7) Glen Rice (15.7)
(6-8) Mark Hughes (6.0)
(6-3) Gary Grant (23.7)
(6-1) Garde Thompson (12.6)

10.9 points, is one of two junior
college transfers Knight brought in
this season, despite the coach's
previous statements decrying JC
recruitment.
Frieder is not surprised that
Knight has changed his tune on the
issue. "Bob Knight doesn't like to
lose," Frieder said. "If that means
he needs to bring in junior college
players, he will. If it means he
needs transfers, he'll get them.
He'll run guys in and out of there.
Say what you will about him, he
always wins."
Smart, who usually feeds the
ball to Alford, is capable of
reversing roles, as evidenced by his
31 point performance against Ohio
State. "Teams often double-team,
and sometimes triple-team Steve,"

Smart said. "When that happens,
he'll just keep giving me the ball."
Alford and Smart will both give
the ball to their forward line against
Michigan, as the Hoosiers hold
both height and experience
advantages in the frontcourt.
Center Dean Garrett, a 6-10

junior, averages 9.4 points and 9.0
rebounds per game. Six-foot, seven-
inch senior forward Daryl Thomas
(14.5 ppg, 5.7 rpg) and 6-6
sophomore forward Rick Calloway
(14.9 ppg, 4.0 rpg) should give
Indiana a decided edge on the boards.
The game will be nationally
televised on ESPN.

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INEUPS
INDIANA (11-1,
Ht. Player
F (6-6) Rick Calloway
F (6-7) Daryl Thomas
C (6-10) Dean Garrett
G (6-2) Steve Alford
G (6-1) Keith Smart

2-0)
PPG
(14.9)
(14.5)
(9.4)
(22.9)
(10.9)

position

as a

Site: Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor
Time; 9:00 p.m.
Radio: WUOM (91.7 FM), WAAM (1600 AM), WWJ (950 AM),
WPAG (1050 AM)
TV: ESPN
Last meeting: Michigan 80, Indiana 52 (March 8, 1986, at Ann Arbor)
Series Leader: Indiana, 68-40
Blazers down Bucks

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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Kiki
Vandeweghe scored 32 points and
Clyde Drexler 23 as the Portland
Trail Blazers defeated the
Milwaukee Bucks 103-92 in an
NBA game yesterday.
A short jumper by Drexler gave
the Blazers an 86-69 lead with 8:28
left in the game, but the Bucks
came back to get within 11 with
5:45 remaining. Then another
Drexler basket capped a run of six
Portland points, rebuilding its
advantage to 96-79.
The Blazers hit 12 of 19 field-
goal attempts in the first quarter for

a 31-16 lead and they increased the
margin to 49-29 in the second
period before settling for a 54-41
halftime lead. The Bucks, playing
without injured starters Sidney
Moncrief, Paul Pressey and Craig
Hodges, were led by Terry
Cummings with 23 points and
Ricky Pierce with 18.
Randy- Breuer's hook shot for
Milwaukee cut the Portland lead to
56-50. Portland regained a 13-point
edge on a jump shot by
Vandeweghe, who had 13 points in
the third quarter.

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Daily 'photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Michigan guard Gary Grant will try to stop Indiana's star guard Steve
Alford tonight at Crisler Arena.

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