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Page 10--Thursday, October 25, 1979-The Michigan Daily
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the beam this season
By PETE BARBOUR "THIS MEET'S going to be good
Football, basketball and hockey. because we're going against a high
three sports are being played, as class team. If' we can do well against
Thesetthe Koreans, we'l do well against
of October. Well-folks, there's at leastteyon,aodeHyagt.s
Ione more. This Sunday, October 28, the anyone," said Hyatt .
Michigan women's gymnastics team Two teams Michigan would love to
opens their season against the Korean defeat this season are Kent State and
National team in a 2 p.m. match at Michigan State. According to Hyatt,
Crisler Arena. there's a different reason for wanting to
New coach Cheryl Hyatt, the fourth beat each team.
mentor in the last three years for
Michigan, said that having more bodies "Kent State was one of the top teams
alone should make the young last year. All the girls want to beat
Wolverines stronger than last year. Michigan State since they're a state
That's an optimistic thought when one rival." The fact that MSU won by a
considers that Michigan had a 22-3 very small margin last year might be
record for the 1978-79 season. an added incentive for the Wolverines.'
What is Michigan's goal for the
"WE'RE NOT REALLY that much season? "The team has decided to im-
different from last year except for prove on team and individual scores,"
having ten players compared to seven. said Hyatt. That's what it will take for
We lost two gymnasts but we picked up Michigan to improve on last sson's
three," said Hyatt.r
One new member wh'o Hyatt believes record. ,
One ew embr wo Hytt elives Michigan's next home meet following
will strengthen the Wolverins is junior Sunday's meet versus the Koreans isn't
Dana Kempthorn. Kempthorn tran- until January 20 against Illinois.
sferred out of Clarion State, a school
which finished third in the AIAW _________________
Another newcomer who Hyatt is im- SP
pressed with is freshman all-arounder
Diane McLean from North Farmington
High School. Ann Arbor freshman W alon hu
Angela Deaver, who Hyatt said is "our r
strongest performer on the beam," is
the only starter who won't be in the SAN DIEGO - San Diego center Bill
meet. Deaver has a dislocated elbow Walton, who has yet to play his first
and will be out for three weeks. regular-season game for the Clippers,
had his left foot placed in a cast yester-
HYATT OBVIOUSLY doesn't mind day and is expected to be sidelined for
having solid performers like senior three or four more weeks, club owner
Sara Flom back at all. "Sara has a goal Irv Levin announced.
for this year which is to retain the Walton, who signed a seven-year con-
regional championship for floor exer- tract worth a reported $7 million with
cise," said Hyatt. the Clippers, reinjured the foot during
Rounding out the starting seven for practice last Sunday. He hurt it initially
Michigan are sophomores Teresa Ber- in a Sept. 28 exhibition game and has
toncin, Laurie Miesal, Cindy SFiearon not played in any of San Diego's seven
and Lisa Uttal. regular-season contests.
Sunday's meet may be Michigan's The Clippers' owner said doctors in-
toughest of the season. As a team, the formed him the latest injury was not of
Koreans average a lofty 9.4 (out of a a serious nature.
maximum 10).
RosvalIs successor
KANSAS CITY Mo Jim Frey, a
16year veteran of the Baltimore
Review Seminars
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Trivia question: Which Mich-
igan running back broke the Big
Ten records for most yards
rushing, most touchdowns scored
and most points scored in a
season in 1968? Need a hint? He
earned All-American honors and
was tabbed Most Valuable Player
in the conference that year. If you
guessed Ron Johnson, you win
the prize.
Johnson rambled for 1,017 yar-,
ds and scored 15 touchdowns plus
a two point conversion, good for
92 points, all Big Ten records in
'68. Overall that year, the 196-
pound halfback carried the ball
255 times for 1,391 yards and ac-
counted for 116 points on a
staggering total of 19 touchdowns
plus the two point conversion.
On the national scene, Johnson
'set a new single game rushing
record as he lumbered for 347
yards in a 34-9 victory over
Unfortunately, Johnson's effor-
ts fell short of sending Michigan
to the Rose Bowl. The Wolverines
rolled to a 6-0 Big Ten record (8-1
overall), before being humiliated

Ron Johnisona

, sidelined for month

by Ohio State, 50-14, in the last
game of the season. The win sent
the undefeated Buckeyes to
Pasadena and marked the end of
Bump Elliott's coaching career
at Michigan.
Johnson was a first round draft
pick of the Cleveland Browns in
1969, but he played sparingly his
rookie year. He was traded to the
New York Giants following the
'69 season, where he immediately
made a name for himself,
rushing for 1,027 yards in 1970.

Orioles organization, was named
manager of the Kansas City Royals
The 48-year-old Frey replaces Whitey
Herzog, whose contract was not re-
newed after 412 seasons at the head of
the American League club.
Frey has been hitting instructor for
the Orioles since 1970, working with
such Baltimore batting stars as Frank
Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Ken
Singleton and Lee May.
Hicks signs
former Michigan safety, who was draf-
ted by the Detroit Lions last year, was
signed yesterday by the San Francisco
49ers. He replced Eric Johnson, who

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dislocated his shoulder on Sunday
against Atlanta.
Hicks, 6-foot-1, 190 pounds, will bck
up tim Gray at strong safety. Johnson
was put on injured reserve.
PONTIAC-The Detroit Lions have
acquired running back Alois Blackwell
and linebacker Garry Cobb, the
National Football League team an-
nounced yesterday.
To make room for the two players,
the Lions placed linebacker Charlie
Weaver on the injured reserved list
following knee surgery and released
defensive back Dave Parkin.
When picking up the newspaper these
days, one is constantly reading the.
same old stories. Inflation is on the rise,
,,Jimmy,,Carter, screws up again, :the.
dollar is shrinking, the Lions lose again.
Take heart fans, for there is hope.
There is one remaining drop of sanity M
left in this world and it exists in East
The male residents of 3rd Anheuser,
named after the hall's favorite morning
supplement, are ever trying to make
the news by being rather boisterous.
There is the nightly hunt through the
dorm in which they search for lushes
for research purposes and the com-
munity martini break duringv-A-S-H.
But they are most famous for their
Gridde picks.
If you want to make the news, get
your Gridde picks into our office at 420
Maynard by midnight Friday and vie,'
for the first place prize of a small, one-
itep pizza from Pizza Bob's.
1. Indiana at MICHIGAN
(Pick score)
2. Michigan St. at Ohio St.
3. Northwestern at Purdue
4. Illinois at Minnesota
5. Iowa at Wisconsin
6. South Carolinitat Notre Dame
7. Princeton at Harvard
8. Navy at Pittsburgh
9. Maryland at Duke
10. N. Carolina St. at Clemson
11. Auburn at Wake Forest
12. Florida St. at LSU
13. Toledo at Miami (0.)
14. Central Michigan at Kent St.
15. Oklahoma St. at Kansas
16. Texas at SMU -
17. Washington at UCLA
18. Houston at Arkansas
19. San Jose State at Long Beach St.;,
20. G.K.'s Vermont Saps at DAILY '

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