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Men's and Women's Gymnastics
Vs. Ohio State
Tommorow, 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Volleyball
vs. Miami (Oh.)
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
CCRB

The Michigan Daily

Friday, January 16, 1987

Page 12

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Blue isn't pretty, but wins
(Continuedfrom Page1) had been being outscored in the turnover-plagued performar
If. Michigan was ahead by 11 at second half. against Indiana.
fjine. Forward Glen Rice made BUT ON this night, Michigan "There are some coaches in
6 critical blocks on MSU's State outscored its opponent in the league that would never play Gri
rltoli Valentine with under five second stanza by a score of 44-37 again after his performance
nutes left in the contest to and still lost. After a Michigan Monday," said Frieder. "But3
serve Michigan's slim timeout with 13:48 remaining in have to evaluate him since Octo
tage. the game, the tempo started to 15. He is a good kid and a h
"J on't think they (the blocks) quicken. Jumpers by freshman Kirk worker.
ulf have been that important if Manns (10 points) and senior "He felt bad the way he play
had, got the ball back," said Vernon Carr (21 points) kept and I was really happy to see t
ntine. "If we put the ball right Michigan State within range. have a good first half. He gaveu
k in the bucket it would have In the first half, it appeared nice lift when we needed it."
dtbreverse effect and wouldn't Michigan would quickly dispatch In a game billed as a battl
Wlowed us down, but we the Spartans. The Wolverines the guards, Griffin and
sldn't get the ball back." jumped out to a 22-14 lead with Wolverines other inside play
"RICE really got up there," 8:08 remaining in the half. outscored Spartan inside scorers
Frieder. "We have to have him Michigan State retaliated with a 9-3 a 31-17 margin. Michigan alsov
hat- 11 the time." run to close the gap. The play was, the guard battle as Grant h
"23 seconds remaining on deliberate, which helped the Michigan State's leading sc
game clock and five seconds on Wolverines, who were still tired Darryl Johnson (23.5 ppg bef
'shot clock, Spartan Ed Wright from Monday's 85-84 loss to last night) to 11 points.
led Gary Grant, who hita layup. Indiana.
-nt sank the free throw, clinching "Michigan had good patience on State of conjfisk
Wolverine win. offense in the first half and the pace MICHIGAN
I got a pass from (Garde) slowed down," said Spartan head J MnFert 3n FG/A FT/A R A
mpson that deflected off Rice's coach Jud Heathcote. "I am not sure Rice 37 3/7 0/0 9 4 1
3w," said Grant, who scored 21 they wanted to get on track as long c"f 3 86120
its on the evening. "I took it up as they had the lead." Th'pson 26 4/7 2/2 1 7 3
ong." Reserve Mike Griffin's 10 first- Grifn 14 4/4 4/4 2 0 1
ichigan State came out of the half points, many of which came at Vaught 13 4/6 0/0 2 0 3
Kramr 8 0/00/0 0 0 1
ker room strong after halftime. the end of the half, helped boost the TeamRebounds 00 1
the eight other games the Michigan lead. Griffin scored a Totals 200 32/6s 0/9 29 19 5
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MICHIGAN STATE
Min FG/A FT/A R A FF TF
Carr 38 7/10 7/8 5 2 0 21
valentine 33 2/9 3/4 12 2 2 7
Fordham 31 3/5 0/0 9 0 2 6
Johnson 37 5/9 1/1 3 3 3 11
Walre 20 2/6 1/2 2 0 0 5
Pap'das 50 2/4 0/0 1 0 2 4
Rednied 3 0/1 0/0 0 0 0 0
Wright 17 2/3 2/3 2 1 1 6
Manns 9 3/7 2/2 0 0 2 10
Izzo 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 1 0
warth'tn 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0
Team Rebounds 2
Totals 200 26/54 1s/19 36 8 13 70
Three-point goals: MSU- Johnson, 1/1;
Wolfe, 0/1; Manna, 2/5; Redfield, 0/1.
UM - Thompson, 2/2; Grant, 0/1;
Jouhert, 0/1.
Scoring 1 2 T
MSU 26 44 70
MICHIGAN 37 37 74

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Michigan State's George Papadakos (41) and Barry Fordham watch the ball sail out of bounds with (left to
right) Michigan's Loy Vaught, Jack Kramer, Gary Grant, and Glen Rice during the first half of Michigan's 74-
70 victory last night.
Orlangemen meet Blue
Michigan will end what may be had almost a full week of rest when Six-ten center Rony Seikal3
the most hectic and difficult week they march in to Ann Arbor, (18.8 points a game), 6-5 Howar(
in its history Sunday, when they having last played Monday in a 76- Triche (16.8), and 6-9 Derricl
play undefeated Syracuse in a 64 win over Boston College. Coleman (11.5) .should giv
nationally televised (2 p.m. on The Wolverines, on the other Michigan problems in th
CBS) nonconference game. hand, will be a tired bunch, having frontcourt, an area opponents hav
The fifth-ranked Orangemen (15- played Michigan State last night taken advantage of all season.
0) are off to their best start since and Indiana on Monday. In the backcourt, Syracuse is let
coach Jim Boeheim took the reigns Syracuse is currently atop the by Sherman Douglas (17.1) an
11 vara a n 5orncnaa will hmc Big East standings at 4-0. Gone Greg Monroe (12.7).

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from last year's 26-6, Big East
Championship squad, are All-
Americans Dwayne (The Pearl)
Washington and Rafael Addison.
But don't feel sorry for Boeheim.
Seven lettermen return from last
season, and all five starters are
averaging in double figures.

This will be the first meeting
between Michigan and Syracuse
since 1981, when the Orangemen
beat the Wolverines 91-76 in the
National Invitation Tournament.
Syracuse holds a 5-3 series edge
over Michigan. -ADAM OCHLIS

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