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Sundoy, April 6, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, April 6, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ADC for orphan ducks
By LEE KIRK

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By ANDY BARBAS
Executive Sports Editor
Special To The Dailyt
SEATTLE - Michigan's Ron
Rapper last night ran away from
the rest of the competition to cap-j
ture the NCAA Gymnastics par-
allel bar competition with 9.35
average. The Wolverines also
grabbed a second and a fourth in
the individual competition with
Dave Jacobs placing second in the
floor exercise and Chuck Froem-I
ing placing fourth on the rings.
Earlier in the day, Iowa won{
the team title with a 161.175 total.
Penn State was second with 160.45t
and Iowa State followed at
159.775.
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NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTER

champion as Iowa's Keith
less netted a 9.525 score
distance the rest of the

contest as Michigan State's

Toby

Towson smothered his opposition
with a 9.6 score last night, giving

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AFTER CONSIDERING all the possible locations for the pro- a virtual sweep of national c- nights. Jacobs and Colorado
posed North Campus intramural building, the Intramural Advisory petition by-the Big Ten. Big Ten State's Tom.Troulx were his near-
Board came up with the only one that would be inconvenient for all teams, in addition to winning the est challengers with a 9.075 aver-
North Campus residents except the orphan ducks of the Huron River. team title, took four of the six age.
A sub-committee of the board proposed that the facility be placed~ individual trophies. The second event, the sidehorse,
on the Fuller Road Fields. Many North Campus residents, however, The floor exercise proved no gave the Big Ten its second
feel that the sub-committee emphasized the lesser considerations
at the expense, of the greater ones in their proposal, and some: find
the proposed site unacceptable. 'Concerned North Campus residents'
have begun on their own to look for other possible locations for the
building,, paying particular attention to- the Murfin Road Field.<
The sub-committee feels that it would be nice to have the facili-
ties adjacent to the Fuller Road Fields, as use of the fields would
encourage use of the buildings and vice-versa. They also feel that the
central location of the proposed site would allow it to serve not only
the North Campus but the hospital as well.:
THE ]FULLER RQAD site would be at least three-quarters of a
mile from current housing on North Campus and could be con-
veniently reached only by bus. Residents argue that if they had to take
a bus to the proposed building, they might just as well stay on for
a few extra minutes and go to the Central Campus facility. {
In light of the fact that the proposed site lies in the extreme
southwest corner of North Campus, it is hard to see how the board
can argue that it would be centrally located. Almost all present and{
proposed North 'Campus housing would lie just as close or closer to
the Murfin 'Road site.
The hospital has never been considered part of the North Campusj
simply because it is on the other side of the Huron River. Even if the
proposed North Campus IM building were to be ;placed on the Fuller
Road fields, the hospital would still be much closer to the Central
Campus site on Palmer Field.
ACCORDING TO University Planner Fred Mayer, "There are at
least three real alternate sites" for the North Campus facility. By7
far the most convenient location for it, as far as most of North ||||||||| .
Campus is concerned, would be on the land north of Bursley Hall be-
tween Murfin Road and the Bursley parking lot, including the Murfin Ron Rapper
Road fields. '
There is,. however, a strip of land between the Murfin Road
Field and the parking lot that the University has been unable to STOMP STATE:
acquire. Boark members are quick to point this out, noting that time t
which could jeopardize the project might be lost in acquiring these
lands. They also argue that the Murfin Road Fields must be saved'
because they are the only suitable area for sports such as football and
}softball near Bursley.
THESE ARGUMENTS WITHER and die when all the facts are peciaj To The Daily chest into the State end zone and
considered. The owner of the key strip of land has offered to sell it EAST LANSING-The Michigan Vickers pounced on the ball for
to the University, but no agreement on price has been reached. As the Rugby Club completed its tune-up the score.
University has had no special need for this property in the past, they for the Big Ten tournament in The Wolverines quickly added
have felt they could afford to wait. If the property became essential Ann Arbor next weekend by some more points to their total, as
for the construction of the IM building, however, Mayer said there sweeping two games from their John Bowers scored after the
should be "no problem" in quickly obtaining the land. rkvals in Michigan State yester- backs had worked the ball down-
There would be little if any decrease in the size of the outdoor I day at East Lansing. field with some neat. footwork and'
fields if the faculty is put on Murfin Road. If the religious center, The Michigan Ruggers were im- sharp passing. Tom Rabione and
which currently has priority on the northern third of the field, should pressive in the twin bill, as they Wallu Carrar rounded out the
decide to relocate, perhaps on the west end of the Hubbard woodlot, blasted their Spartan adversaries scoring for the Wolverines in the
there probably would be more field area available. Thus both intra- 15of11-10.andfirst second game, Michigan
murals and the religious center would stand to gain. In the first game, the Michigan , forwards Tom Dorr, Jeff Grill and
THE INTRAMURAL ADVISORY BOARD will have its last open Ruggers opened their scoring early Tom Webster also scored, the lat-
meeting on the proposed IM facilities this Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. in the first period, as captain Ross ter two on 20 and 30 yards runs.
in the Anderson Room of the Union. All concerned students, espec- Vickers scored on a try after in- , Tom Fagan, with one conversion,
ially those living on North Campus, should plan to attend. side center Mike Johnson blocked and Bob Siegel with a pair of one-
Ducks might consider it a foul idea, but the paramount con- a kick by the Spartan halfback, pointers, finished ut the Wolver-
sideration in selecting a North Campus site should be its convenience The ball bounced off Johnson's ines scoring for the afternoon.
for North Campus residents. The Murfin Road location best fills this
requirement. ' '
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tion. His teammate, Kim Liehr,
and Brigham Young's Dennis
Ramsey tied for second.
In the third event, the rings,
the competition was extremely
close, with less than a point sepa-
rating the top finishers. Iowa
State's Ward Maythaler and Penn
State's Vexler tied for first at
9.325. Iowa's Bob Dickson fin-
ished third at'9.30, and Froeming
was fourth with a 9.25. after last
night's 9.4 score.
The Big Ten got its third win-
ner of the night when Illinois'
Jack McCarthy tied California's
Dan Bowles at 9.20 in vaulting.
Their 9.3 averages for the night
outdistanced the two competitors
who were leading going into the
finals.
Rapper won the Big Ten's
fourth trophy with a .15% victory
margin. His nearest competitor
was Dick Swetman of Penn State,
who averaged 9.20 for the two
nights. Rapper's performances this
weekend were very consistent as
he got 9.35 on both nights.
Iowa took over the lead in the
first of the finals and never gave
it up. While they were only able to
manage a 26.40 in the floor ex-
ersize, Penn State had 26.00 and
Iowa State 26.20.
Then McCanless lead the Iowa
sidehorse to a half-point margin
in the event by getting a sensa-
tional 9.6. The rings provided the
Hawkeyes with some more cushion
as Hatch's 9.45 provided the impe-
tus for a 27.10 tally. At this point
Iowa lead with 80.40, while Penn
State followed with 79.30, and
Iowa State trailed with 78.60.

The Michigan Baseball Squad
was foiled by the weather yes-
terday afternoon as wet grounds
and threatening skies forced
postponement of its scheduled
doubleheader with the Univer-
sity of Detroit.
The Wolverines, 3-8 this sea-
,son, will try to make-up one of
the games and attempt to open
the home season again tomor-
row when they. meet Detroit in
a single contest to begin at 3:30
at Ferry Field.
Tuesday at the same time
and place Michigan will enter-
tain Bowling Green.

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