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Mills and Robinson
Continued from Page 4
Fans might have been lucky
enough to witness a sneak preview
of the tandem this past summer. The
two were paired on the same team in
the Olympic Sports Festival. While
it was Robinson's second summer
competing in the games, it was
Mills' first opportunity to impress.
And impress he did.
While averaging double figures in
points and rebounds, he received the
opportunity to go up against that
flat-topped Tarheel that he was so
often compared to in high school. In

the critics' eyes, T.M. came out on
top of J.R. Still, Mills wasn't
thrilled by his performance.
"I was kind of disappointed and
happy with my play against him,"
said Mills. "I would have done better
if I had been in shape. He knew I
was winded and that's when he
scored a couple of baskets on me.
Mills continued, "One time I kept
telling the coach, 'I'm tired coach,
you gotta get me out.' He was say-
ing, 'You're killing J.R., you can't
come out.' I said, 'I'm tellin' you
coach, you gotta get me out. Fm
tired.'
"Then I got two or three quick

fouls and he told me he should have
listened."
Frieder has heard all the talk
about Mills and Robinson, and he
doesn't listein, either. He claims that
the two. young stars are too.
inexperienced to draw rave reviews
right away. "Don't expect too much
too soon. I remember Tarpley and
Rellford's first trip to Bloomington.
They lost by 40."
But, coach, Rumeal and Terry al-
ready lost last year. By "48." Now,
the wait for the Mills and Robinson
show is only one week away. U
Fab Fonur-
Continued from page 5
conference, Michigan head coach
Bill Frieder asked, "Should we,
show them what we did in the
locker room?". Frieder then

proceeded to exchange kisses on the
cheek with the three of them.
Michigan 104, Purdue 68
March 7, 1987
The Wolverines saved their best
for last.
Purdue entered the final weekend
of the Big Ten season riding an
eight-game winning streak and
needing a win to claim its first
outright conference championship
since 1969. .
Michigan, however, posed as
spoilers to the Boilermakers,
cruising to 36-point victory behind
the inspired play of Antoine Joubert
and Garde Thompson. The two
seniors were playing in their last
game at Crisler Arena. Joubert
scored a game-high 30 points.
The loss left Purdue head coach
Gene Keady with a bad taste in his
mouth. "Why doesn't bleeping'

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bleeping game?" he asked. "You
know why? It's because they got no
bleeping character."
Michigan . 97, Navy 82
March 12, 1987
Charlotte Coliseum
For the third- year in a row
Michigan advanced past the first
round of the NCAA Tournament,
this time by defeating David
Robinson and, oh yeah, Navy, too.
Garde Thompson had the hot
hand for the Wolverines, scoring 33
points, 20 in the first half.
Thompson hit nine-of-12 three-
point shots.
Speaking of Robinson's 50-
point; 37-shot performance,
Michigan assistant coach Steve
Fisher said, "He should send each of
our kids part of his first-year's
royalties (with the NBA's San
Antonio Spurs). With the game he
had, I'm sure that enhanced his.
market value."
AP TOP TWENTY
1, Syracuse (32) 1177
2. Purdue (6) 975
3. UNC (3) 974
4. Pittsburgh (5) 'a946
5. Kentucky (6) 918
6. Indiana (6) 914.
7. Kansas (3) 852
8. Missouri (1) 811.
9. MICHIGAN (2) 797
10. Wyoming 569
11. Iowa 510
12. Temple 509
13. Louisilile 499
14. Florida 434
15. Duke 430
16. Georgetown 368
17. Arizona 353
18. Georgia Tech 296
19. Oklahoma 2Z7
20. Detain 147
IS VITALE ALONE?
-Street and Smith's
ranks Michigan
second in the nation
-Inside Sports ranks
Michigan second
-Sports Illustrated
ranks Michigan
seventh
#Sporting News ranks
Michigan sixteenth
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Continued from Page 6
last year's role players, Joe Hillman
and Steve Eyl.
If those two don't work out, look
for highly touted first-year players
Lyndon Jones and Jay Edwards to
step in.
IOWA had the deepest team in
the conference last season, and
despite lo.sing three top players,
returns a veteran crew led by a trio of
proven junior starters, B.J.
Armstrong, Roy Marble, and Ed
Horton.
However, coach Tom Davis
believes the success of his team will
be determined by seniors. Jeff Moe
and Al Lorenzen will be the starters,
while Michael Reaves and Kent Hill
will be expected to contribute off the
bench.
With the losses of three big men,
the Hawkeyes will no longer be the
best rebounding team in the
conference and will use their speed
and constant defensive pressure to
challenge for the title. With the
quality of the Big Ten, that could be
difficult. "We could have a pretty
good ballclub and finish way down in
the conference," Davis said.
The best returning nucleus
belongs to PURDUE, rated No. 2
in the country by AP. The
Boilermakers lack depth, but return
;four starters and three of them are all-
0conference material. Seniors Troy
SLewis, Todd Mitchell, and Everette
'Stephens give Gene Keady's ballclub
'the talent and experience to be one of
3the nation's strongest teams.
Melvin McCants is the other
starting returnee and Kip Jones will
start until Jeff Arnold returns second
semester from being academically

ineligible.
The Boilermakers were co-champs
in the conference last year, but ended
the season on-a sour note after a 104-
68 drubbing by Michigan and a
second-round loss to Florida in the
NCAAs. Memories of last March
have caused Keady to hold back on
giving too much praise to his
talented seniors. "I'm very proud of
them," Keady said, "But of course a
lot is going to depend on how they
play in March -frwhether I still say
that six months from now."~
A notch below these teams are a
group consisting of Illinois and Ohio
State, that could contend for the title
if everything goes right.
ILLINOIS lost last year's top
recruit, Marcus Liberty, to
Proposition 48, but is loaded with
talented youngsters. Ken Battle, a
transfer from Northern Illinois, is
projected to be the Big Ten's top
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