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Page 8 Thursday, July 18, 1985 The Michigan Daily
Wade, Tarpley shine in Sanders
By DAN COVEN for 22 and Mark Hughes added 10. team (1-3) as Stein & Goetz cruised to
In a heated battle for first place in A 31-point, 11-rebound performance an 82-60 victory.
the Sandy Sanders Basketball by Roy Tarpley was too much for an Stein and Goetz guards simply fed
League, Butch Wade and Fred Cofield outclassed Orchard Lake St. Mary's the ball to the 6'10" Tarpley who used
led Bradley Pontiac (5-1) to a 78-62 his long, snake-like arms to execute
dvictory over First Martin (3-2). an array of lay-ups, scoop shots and
Tctest rto be alley-oop dunks.
The contest proved be a coming The second game of the evening was
out for Butch Wade's offensive game strictly a shoot-out between the guar-
as he tallied 26 points and seven ds, as Round Haus Pizza (1-3)
rebounds to lead all scorers (see squeaked by Forner Construction (1-
story). Wade, along with Eastern 4), 88-87. Keith Taylor of Bowling
Michigan graduate and NBA hopeful Green poured in 23 points including
Fred Cofield (10 points, 11 assists), the deciding free throw with three "
dominated the game and showed why seconds remaining. Vince Giles, an
Bradley Pontiac has gone unbeaten eco nd a Vice Gile,
since their season opener. EMU graduate and a Piston draftee,
Down 36-26 at the half, Bradley Pon- led Round Haus to a 2-1 rebounding
tiac came out playing a tenacious margin, as he pulled down 12 boards
defense in which Cofield effectively and added 14 points. Richard Rellford
shut down First Martin's transition scored 20 points for Forner while
game which was run by point guard Keith Gray of the University of
Gary Grant. Wade, in turn, silenced Detroit.led all scorers with 24.
First Martin's inside game by Action resumes tonight with the fir-
quieting Michigan recruits Loy st of three games starting at 8 p.m.
Vought and J.P. Oosterban. The regular season ends next week
Grant led First Martin with 16 poin- Tarpley with games Tuesday and Thursday,
ts. Oosterban and Vought combined ...31 points, 11 boards and playoffs start Tuesday, July 30.
Attention turns to strike
MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - Having a strike deadline of Aug. 6. early and forget about it.
escaped the terrors of the Metrodome, Unless they reach an agreement by The sides held separate meetings
major-league baseball now enters a then, they risk the second mid-season during the All-Star break. Player
rlous three weeks that could result strike in the last four years and the representatives met in Chicago on Daily photo by KATE O'LEARY
P rkpossible fan wrath that goes with it. M nday to set the strike deadline Michigan recruit Loy Vought slams home two with a passion at Sandy
pThe Naional League defeated the always deveonCncinnat sohutelder Before the All-Star Game, management st ander Summer League Tuesdaym.ight. ghtnsitrBot AS GpaentsafreFir-
American League 6-1 Tuesday night Dave Parker said. "But on Aug. 6, negotiators gathered and discussed
insa relatively calm All-Star Game - we'll do what we have to do.'' the strike deadline.B u c
much calmer, in fact, than the second "I'M VERY optimistic about the The next significant meeting of the
half of the season may prove. Brewers," Milwaukee third baseman parties should occur today in New
WHEN THE regular season resumes Paul Molitor said. "But if we're not York, when owners' negotiator Lee
today, players and management face playing after Aug. 6, I'll go home MacPhail expects union economists to
________________________ men on financial data provided1 umI At-k E
by the owners. h ru pays o af
MANAGEMENT has claimed that
sharply rising salaries are en- By DAN COVEN pley. In fact, his shooting range has
® dangering the financial structure of T geeefectily cofi-e s towith
m m i n i w ~~~~~~~~the game. MacPahil indicates that Tuesday night's final game at theben fecily ofndtowhn
player recognition of financial Sandy Sanders Basketball League arms-reach of the basket - his shot Mldd' tudrwy i:0 ,rpror iie otpisadsa
w m w m m m w~~~~~~ problems is important in the ddntgetudrwy utl1:0p.m.,rpror iie otpisadsa
Sa , ;-_ - DI CO T M U FL RS bargaining process. but for-the patient fans who remaineddun T y-
MEICNAN FRIG CRSPCILST Uio ha Dn er assidi it was well worth the wait. Until Tuesday. Wade put on a 26-
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN CAR SPECIALIST Union head Don Fehr has said if For the loyal contingent of Butch point, seven-rebound offensive per-
owners can show financial dif- Wade fans and probably the Michigan formance which should keep Bill
+ficulties, the players would consider coaching staff as well, it was more Frieder smiling to himself for the rest
that factor in negotiations, like the second coming of the Messiah. of the summer.
FROM AS a FITS MANY Until the next meeting, however, In his three seasons at Michigan, Wade opened the game's scoring 4
onstalledsby LWA.. ALCAcon7"fprd sesonsdhi with a 20-foot jump shot (that's right,
SMiedf "ALL fnTa otepae oeo the 6'7" forward has established him- 2-ot hthtntigbttie n
Traintd PARTICIPATING baseball's most perplexing questions self as the Big Ten's premiere enfor- 20-foot) that hit nothing but twine, and
specialists DEALERS - why the NL dominates the All-Star cer. A bruising rebounder and vicious then continued to dazzle defenders
nstalled Featuring ® Game. defender, Wade intimidates much w a diversified arsenal of turn-
E s "I know why they won tonight. It: taller opposing centers. His style of around jumpers, finger rolls, driving
one of the finesnames was the way they pitched," said play along with his charismatic court layups, and fall-away shots as well as
numotw. Pas Detroit manager Sparky Anderson. presence has inspired teammates on his always ferocious dunks. In addition
"Maybe it's just that the National to shooting 10 of 16 from the field,
2606 Washtenaw Avenue (1 Mi. E. of US 23)......................572-9177 League is a little more relaxed than countless occasions and made him a Wade connected on all six of his free-
TAYLOR we are because they've had so much real crowd favorite. throw attempts.
14250 S. Telegraph Rd. (1 Blk. N. of Eureka Rd.)....................946-8470 success in this game," said George YET WADE has been criticized for Said teammate Gilvani Johnson,
Individually Owned & Operated Brett, whose sacrifice fly produced his lack of offensive skills, his non- "Butch has been working real hard
IN AND OUT IN 30 MINUTES IN MOST CASES the only AL run. "Maybe there's more existent shooting touch, his notorious this summer on his shooting."
OPEN DAILY AND SAT. 8-6 PM pressure on our side. I thought there free-throw shooting, and his tendency Well, it looks like that hard work is
Copyrightas985 Meneke wasa lot of vim and vigor on our to travel -that has placed the burden beginning to pay some dividends for
side." of inside scoring solely on Roy Tar- Butch Wade.

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