vs. Austin Peay
Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
r xrCrisler Arena
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' vs.-Western Michigan
JSPOLZ*TS Crslr rea
r onday, December 7, 1987 ¢
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By GREG MOLZON Michigan (4-) was led by sopho- raced to a 4 1-23 halftime lead behind Grant returned for the final three
As Central Michigan head coach more Terry Mills'.23 points. Gary Mills' 16 first half points., minutes of the first half, and the
Charlie Coles came walking out of Grant had-18 points and Glen Rice "I think I played tough," Mills Wolverines continued their streak by
the Crisler Arena tunnel before' Sat- added 17 for the Wolverines. :2 said. "I think I can get better. I can't outscoring the. Chippewas, 11-3,:
urday's game, the Michigan basket-." DAN MAJERLE and Tommie say this is what you're going to see with Central's only points coming.
ball team :sprinted past 'him onto the Johnson, were the =top Chippewa all year. It's going to get: better as I on a three-pointer by Majerle.
court. Arriving in front of his bench, scorers with 21. and 19 points, re- l e."mred i*amisedsho fr~as had hit a three-point
Coles stood still aind stared-at. the spectively. 'Majer6,-who had been -h ohmr ipein isdso o eta' is cr ft
Wolverines as they went through the averaging 28.8 points per game, hit Rumeal Robinson free throw with game' to make it .4-3, but Mills.
final five minutes of warmups.- three three-pointers, but made only three seconds left in the first half to. scored eight straight points on. short
Maybe Coles was admiring the five of 16 field goal attempts. cap off a 19-3 streak by the Wolver- jumpers to give the Wolverines a 12-
talented Wolverines and wondering Although Central (3-3) doesn't ines. .3 advantage. -
how his Mid-American conference play any other teams as fast, big, and WITH MICHIGAN leading, R."Terry, oh Terry-- he can play,''.
team could stop its Big Ten foe. Two physical as the Wolverines, Coles 22-20, and Grant on the bench for a Grant said. "You get the ball' inside'
hours later, Cotes was sitting on his was impressed with what he saw, rest, the Wolverines scored eight to him~ and he knows what to do with.
bench- watching the capacity crowd "They seem awfully good, but how unanswered points. "We can score at it. Terry's an explosive scorer and,
of 13,609 erupt as seldom-used re- would we know?" Coles asked. "We any time if I'm out there or not. it's going to be like. that over the.
serve Bob Tait scored his first colle- don't play the Dukes and Indians. These guys know what to do," Grant course of the year."7.
giate basket - wondering the, same,-"'this year I see a real good spirit said. ': - .~ See- MICHIGAN,. Page .11
thing. Michigan was finishing a 97- out there that they have. Excuse me
67. trouncing of teCipws for saying this, but I don't think they
Just as they had-do Cine to him be- had that two or three years ago. I
fore the game, the. Wolverines ran think they're pretty good." -:
past. Coles' Chippewas in the first The Wolverines were more than m m
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