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Interview
Continued from Page 20
H: Yeah, I feel I can start for
Coach Frieder this year. It's going to
take some time, though, because it's
a learning process for all the young
players. But I'm gonna be in there
before the end of the season is over
with.
D: It's been said that if you had
your choice, you would like to play
point guard for the Wolverines. Yet
in high school you only averaged
about five assists per game and you
look to shoot before passing. Is your
style of play suited to being at the
helm of the offense?
H: I think I can play in the
backcourt and run the guard spot for
coach Frieder because I can pass the
ball and he knows I can. I can shoot
also and that's probably one of the
reasons why he probably wouldn't
use me as the point guard but
probably at the two-guard because I
can shoot pretty good.
D: There is a player named Chris
Mills currently playing for your
high school (Fairfax) who has been
widely regarded as the best player on
the West Coast. Bobby Knight
almost inked him to play at Indiana
before he signed with Kentucky.
How would it feel to go up against
an ex-teammate and buddy for the

national championship and bragging
rights in the playgrounds back
home?
H: Me and Chris have spoken
about that. He wanted to play
against Michigan and I wanted him
to go to Indiana so that we could
beat them twice a year and I could
give him a butt kickin'.
D: Last year there was a tug-of-
war in your family for where you
would play. In what ways did your
step-father coerce you to go to
UCLA?
H: Right now, like I told another
reporter, that kind of stuff is in the
back of the closet. I don't really talk
about it too much, but it wasn't
really a tug-of-war between my
families. It was just a thing of my
mother not accepting the fact of
losing her only son to college.
D: What's your relationship with
your step-father right now?
H : My relationship with
everyone in my family is OK.
Everything is fine.
D: How did you get yourself into
such a predicalnent when you made
it clear that Michigan was your No.
1 choice all along?
H: It was a thing where I
should've just waited and not rushed
into things, because when I signed
in November, I kind of rushed it. I
should have waited until April and
been able to sit down and collect my

thoughts. I was anxious to sign.
D: So was the UCLA decision
any of yours?
H: It wasn't my decision to go
to UCLA, but I don't want to dwell
on that right now.
D: What sort of enticements
were offered to you by UCLA
alumnisis?
- H: I can't get into that, but you
read the Sports Illustrated article.
D: What did being in high
school and seeing your picture and
story in Sports Illustrated do for
you?
H: You get a lot of offers from
girls (laughing).
D: What was your reaction when
the NCAA notified you that you
were being released from your letter
of intent?
H: I was happy. Very happy. I
thought it wasn't going to come up
that way but I always had faith.
Sometimes the situation got, you
know, kind of down. That was my
first time ever dealing with the
NCAA, so I didn't know how it was
going to come up. But I did know I
wasn't going to play at UCLA.
D: Do you think you can help
lead this team to a national

championship this year, or in the
years to come?
H: I think so. We have the talent
and potential to do it this year. And
down the -road,. the road is even
brighter for us to do it because we're
gonna have a year or two under our
belts and we'll be much older and
we'll know the college game. We'll.
be ready to roll then. U
Lorie
Continued from Page 20
Karl came up to me and shook my
hand. He turned to Derrick Perry and
said, "Roguish fed me good on that
steal. He got me a bucket." Karl was
referring to a first-quarter tussle
which I had forgotten. I had managed
to knock the ball away from yet an-
other professionally-togged
overzealous pituitary (this guy even
had hair under his arms, like my
Dad!) But in truth Karl got the ball
purely by happenstance. It could
have just as easily gone to the ref-
eree. I thanked him and jogged his
memory about some of his key
shots, his sharpest moves, and his
unbelievable blocks. I was about to

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Terry Mills (left) and Rumeal Robinson finally will be in Michigan uniforms when the season opens a week
from today in Alaska. Here they are shown in the McDonald's All-American game in April, 1986. Mills is
fouling Robinson, leading to a three-point conversion.

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