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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER r 1982

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DE MFU~ ~

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3osterbaan, Tregoning Foil Ball State

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put the game out of reach by
notching four baskets and setting
up another within a span of two
minutes.
Trailing 50-48, the Wolverines
pulled even for only the second
time in the game when Ooster-
baan hit on a jump shot from the
key. Then, almost before anybody
ini the crowd of some 4000-plus
fans knew what was happening,
Oosterbaan performed these feats
of magic:
1) Slapped the ball out of the
Cardinals' possession over toward
teammate Doug Herner, who
raced the length of the court and
put the ball in from underneath
(52-50);
2) Grabbed a rebound right un-
der the basket and scored an easy
lay-up (54-50);
3) Stole the ball again, dribbled
the length of the court and laid
it up again (56-50);
4) Came down with a rebound
off the defensive boards, shook
loose to take a pass in the left
corner and hit again on a jump
shot (58-50).
Oosterbaan finished with 10

points, compared to 10 for Herner;
14 for guard Bob Cantrell and 21
for center Billy Buntin, who was
strong enough under the basket
to compensate for a bad day with
his jump shot.
Oosterbaan's spree followed two
key baskets by Tregoning, a 6'5"
sophomore, and capped a disap-
Bench Strength

MICHIGAN
Cole
Harris
Buntin
Cantrell
Herner
Pomiey
Oosterbaan
Tregoning
Totals
BALL STATE
Heady
Lee
Butler
Satterfield
Kunze
Thurston
Latham
Galloway
Neal
Reedy
Totals
MICHIGAN
BALL STATE

G F RP T

2-5
0-3
8-23
7-13
5-8
0-0
5-9
4-6
31-67

0-0 6
0-0 1
5-7 13
0-0 6
0-1 3
0-1 0
0-0 4
1-2 5
6-11 43

G F
8-14 1-1
1-12 6-8:
3-14 0-0
0-0 0-0
4-17 0-0
7-11 1-1
1-2 0-0
1-1 0-0
0-2 0-0
0-0 0-0
25-73 8-10

R
5
10
13
1
8
2
1
0
2
1
47

4
0
21
14
10
0
10
9
68
T
17
8
6
0
8
15
2
2
0
0
58

pointing turnabout for Coach Jim
Hinga and his Cardinals.
"If he (Michigan Coach Dave
Strack) had played his regulars
for the whole game, we would
have beaten them," Hinga offered.
"I thought (forward Bob) Heady
would do a good job or. Harris,
and he did, but Cole just had a
bad day. He's a better ballplayer
than that," he added.
Heady Paces Cards
Heady was the one who kept
Ball State keyed up in the first
half, hitting six of nine jump shots
from various places on the floor
and ending with 17 points, but
what really surprised everybody
was the Cardinals' edge in re-
bounding, 47-43.
Strack has a front line averag-
ing just under 6'6" and expected
to have the advantage over the
smaller Cardinals.
Ball State center Ed Butler,
playing a low post position most of
the game, matched his taller and
heavier opponent, Buntin, with 13
rebounds but scored only six
points.
Strack was unhappy with his
team's defense and rebounding,

but he's still optimistic for the
rest of the year.
Still Proud of Team
"I'm proud of the way they
came through in the second half,"
he commented. "I think it's the
mark of a good team to bounce
back the way we did, and I think
we're going to have a good team.
In fact, I know it."
Neither coach seemed to think
that Michigan's lack of height in
the backcourt (Cantrell and Her-

Ilue jay Rebounder
To Test 'M' Caglers

ner stand under 6') will prove a
liability, although Hinga admit-
ted he tried to capitalize on it by
utilizing five tall guards, including
Dan Thurston, who scored 15
points by shooting over Herner's
head.
"They (Cantrell and Herner)
have a lot of speed and they're
strong kids physically. The rest
of the team pretty well collapsed
around the men they were guard-
ing to protect them," he added.

By TOM ROWLAND
First the Cardinals and now the
Bluejays.
And Michigan cage fans will get
a look at the nation's number-two
rebounder last year when Creigh-
ton's 6'7" Paul Silas and the rest
of the Bluejay aggregation clash
with the Wolverines Monday night.

30 38-68
35 23-58

Game time for this ornithologi-
cal endeavor is 8 p.m., and accord-
ing to freshman Coach Tom Jor-
gensen the freshman team is "hop-
ing to meet the Law Club" in the
pre-game attraction.
In event of a frosh-Law game,
the attorneys can call on a depth
of talent, including M. C. Burton,
former Michigan cage ace; John
Tidwell, medical school refugee;
and Joe McDade, ex-Bradley star.
Six returning lettermen and a
talented soph crew will be accom-
panying Silas, who as a sophomore
last winter swished 22 points per
game. The Bluejay star paced the
nation in rebounds during most
of last season.
His 563-rebound total was a
single season record for a Creigh-
ton player-and the 551 points ac-
cumulated in the meantime was
the highest total ever run up by a
sophomore at the Omaha school.
Besides Silas, the six other re-
turning lettermen include three
starters from last year. Jim Bakos,
a 6'7" junior, was guard on the
same East Chicago Washington
team as Wolverine guard Bob Can-
trell when they took the Indiana
State championship.
Co-captain Larry Wagner and
Pete McManamon were both start-
ers on Creighton's 19-4 squad of a
year ago and both are capable of
playing either front or back court.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
END OF DROUGHT-Junior Guard Doug Herner scores the go-ahead basket for Michigan with seven
minutes to play in yesterday's win over Ball State, 68-58. Looking on are Ball State's Bob Heady
(50), Michigan's John Oosterbaan (who set up the play with a steal) (34) and Bill Buntin (22), and
Ball State's Ed Butler (52).

TWO GRIDDERS:
Wolverines
On Big Ten
Brain Trust
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Juniors Joe O'Don-
nell and Harvey Chapman were
selected from Michigan's last-place
football team for the all-Big Ten
academic team announced yester-
day by Commissioner Bill Reed.
O'Donnell, a tackle from Milan,
is Michigan's captain-elect for
next year and is enrolled in
science-education. He was granted
an extra year of eligibility when
he fractured an arm in last year's
season-opener.
Chapman, a halfback-end from
Farmington, led Michigar. in pass-
receiving this year and is enrolled
in business.
Others chosen were :Wisconsin's
Pat Richter and Ron Carlson,
ends; Illinois' Dick Deller, tackle;
Indiana's Ken Ellis and North-
western's Kent Pike, guards;.
Northwestern's Jerry Goshgarian,
center; Purdue's R o n Meyer,
Northwestern's Paul Flatley and
Ohio State's Dave Katterhenrich,
backs.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
THE OLD STIFF-ARM-When Michigan's other Junior guard,
Bob Cantrell, drilled this Jump shot in the first half, Michigan was
a study of frustration. Here Cantrell -almost gets a faceful of
hand from Ball State's John Kunze (22), while John Harris (33)
breaks for the basket.

WIN FIRST COLLEGIATE MEET:
Girl Tankers Take 11 Events;
Thrasher. Swart, Wirth Star

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By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Coach Rose
Marie Dawson had something to
say to her Michigan women swim-
mers after they had overwhelm-
ingly defeated eight other teams
to win the first National Inter-
Collegiate W o m e n 's Swimming
Championships here yesterday.
"I want you girls each to turn
in your medals to me to be en-
graved with your name, event,
place and the inscription: the
first National Inter - Collegiate
Women's Swimming Meet," Mrs.
Dawson told her victorious swim-
mers.
"These medals may not mean
much to you now. But in future
years I think they will. This was
the first meet in which all
women's college swimming teams
in the country had a chance to
participate. If the Eastern teams
didn't want to come to East Lans-
ing and compete for the national
championship, this doesn't make
your victory the less important,"
she said.
National Caliber
"The times you posted and the
records you set are respectable
and up to national standards. In
the years ahead when this meet is
truly a national championship, you
will prize these medals from the
first meet,.' she added.
Michigan dominated the meet
with 11 first places out of 17.
This included Micki Ki'ng's div-
ing victory, 7 wins out of 11 in
individual events, and triumphs
in three out of the four relays.
The Wolverines did iot enter the
synchronized stunts event.
Following are the team scores:
Michigan, 165; Michigan State,
111; Northern Illinois, 45; Bowl-
ing Green, 19; Ohio State, 18;

Central Michigan, 15; Kent State,.
11; Detroit, 9; and Eastern Mich-
igan, 2.
Records Broken
Eight national inter-collegiate
records were broken or tied. Suzy
Thrasher, Pam Swart and Peggi
Wirth each set or tied two
records.
Miss Wirth lowered the 100-
yd. individual medley record she
set in the second dual meet with
Michigan State from 1:08.2 to
1:07.4. In the 50-yd. freestyle, she
tied the :27.0 mark of Spartan
Chris Kluter.
Miss Thrasher set records in
winning the 100-yd. butterfly and
the 200-yd. individual medley as
no previous records had been
established. Neither event was
close. Her time of 1:05.3 in the
butterfly was four seconds faster
than second place and her time of
2:31.0 in the individua! medley
was :10.5 seconds faster than the
runner-up.
Ties Own Mark
Miss Swart tied her own record
of :58.6 in the 100-yd. freestyle,
which she set against Michigan
State in the second dual meet
between the two teams this sea-
son. Her victory in the 200-yd.
freestyle, by 17 seconds over the
second-place finisher, made her
time of 2:09.1 a record because
there was no previous record
listed. She also was second in the
50-yd. freestyle by .2 of a second.
Janice Snavely took a first, a
second, and a third place. The
event she won was the 50-yd.
butterfly in which her time of
:30.6 was only .8 of a second from
Miss Thrasher's national record.
She captured second place in the
100-yd. freestyle and won third
place in the 200-yd. individual
medley.

Donna Conklin tied for second
in the 50-yd. backstroke. In the
100-yd. backstroke, she had quali-
fied for the finals with the best
time, some five seconds under the
national record. But in the finals
she slumped to second place as
Miss Kluter broke the record she
had set in the preliminaries by
1.3 seconds.
Places Twice
Nancy Wager took third in the
200-yd. freestyle and a fifth in
the 100-yd. butterfly. Lynda Vene-
ma placed third and fourth in the
50- and 100-yd. butterfly races
and Mona DeFillipo was fifth in
both breaststroke events.
In other individual events,
Sharon Bedford took a second and
a fourth and Sue Rogers a third
and a fourth. Cynthia Osgood and
Elaine Murphy took thirds, Sperry
Jones finished fourth, and Anne
Huntsicker was fifth in individual
events.
Munn There, Too
Spartan Athletic Director Clar-
ence (Biggie) Munn awarded the
first-place medal in diving to
Micki King. Miss King defeated
State's Lola Miller for the third
time this season, this time by over
20 points. Linda Lyall was third,
June Mori was fourth, and Margie
Bloom was 'seventh for the Wol-
verines.
Michigan won three relays but
did not set any records. In the
100-yd. freestyle relay, King,
Huntzicker, Murphy and Jones
were first. In the 200-yd. freestyle
relay, Osgood, Swart, Jones and
Wirth took first. The Wolverine
200-yd. medley relay team (Conk-
lin, Bedford, Osgood and Thrash-
er) was first. The Wolverine 100-
yd. medley relay team (Murphy,
Rogers, Venema and King) was
second.

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