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Page 8-Wednesday, January 17, 1979--The Michigan Daily
CHELICH EYES '80 OLYMPICS
Practice the key or Blue diver
By KEN CHOTINER

Consistency is what counts in diving. It takes a lot of desire and dedication
to be good as a diver; the diver is under constant pressure. One of the most effec-
tive divers "under-pressure" in the nation is Wolverine senior Matt Chelich.
Among some of Chelich's more recent achievements are a 1977 NCAA one
meter diving championship, a 1978 runnerup in the NCAA three meter diving
competition and a Big Ten one meter board championship that same year.
Chelich has competed in the 1976, 1977, and 1978 National AAU meets and is
among several who qualified for the Pan American trials.
"Two of Chelich's more important attributes," comments coach Dick Kim-
ball, "are his tremendous strength in diving and his ability to perform well under
pressure. Chelich is one of the best collegiate divers in the country."
During the season, Chelich practices a minimum of three hours a day. The

practice time is divided into one and a half hours of morning practice and the
same amount in the afternoon.
"My philosophy on diving is to work hard. An effective diver must put a lot of
time into it (practicing)," says Chelich.
This regimen of practicing goes on six days a week. Before taking off on his
first dive, Chelich loosens up by working out on the trampoline and stretching his
legs.
The toughest competition Matt will face this year will be Ohio State. "Ohio
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divers from this meet are then bound for Moscow.
I plan to be one of them. --diver Matt Chelich

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State always had good divers and this year is no exception," Chelich said. Last
year Chelich took second place in the high dive and third place in the low board.
"I was making a few mistakes in my dive form back then," states Chelich. "I
don't expect to make the same mistakes again."
During an exhibition, the diver is required to do six dives. There is one
required dive and the five remaining are left up to the diver's choice. During a
typical meet, a diver can perform such dives as an inward and backward half
pike with two twists, an inward somersault tuck reverse and a forward four
and one half somersault free twist.
"My favorite dive is the low board reverse two and one half tuck," states
Chelich. "This dive requires a lot of skill and is a challenge to perform well."
After graduating in April, Chelich plans to continue working out and hopes to
make the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
"My chances are just as good as anyone else's," claims Chelich."During the
four years between Olympics are several AAU national dive competitions. The
top twelve divers from these meets are invited to participate in an Olympic trial
meet. The top three divers from this meet are then bound for Moscow. I plan to be
one of them," Chelich states.

FORMER NCAA CHAMPION diver Matt Chelich soars towards another of his
patented acrobatic dives as a teammate of his looks on. The Michigan star has
his eyes focused on the 1980 Olympics in Moscow.

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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Six of Ohio
State University's eight assistants for
the fired Woody Hayes will be released
by Earle Bruce, the Buckeyes' new
football coach, the Ohio State Lantern
said.
The Lantern, in yesterday's editions,
said an unidentified member of the
Hayes staff disclosed that only quar-
terback Coach George Hill and Glen
Mason, a defensive coach, will be
retained by Bruce.
THE COACH said the released
assistants will be defensive coordinator
George Hill, offensive coordinator Alex

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Bill Myles, defensive backfield Coach
Gary Tranquill and Dave Adolph, a
defensive line coach. After this announ-
cement, Adolph received the same job
with the Cleveland Browns.
Bruce has not announced his new
staff but Bill Mallory, fired as the
University of Colorado coach after the
1978 season, hints he will rejoin the Ohio
State staff as the defensive coordinator.
However, the Lantern said the
current staff continued to recruit last
weekend.
THE ASSISTANT coach said, "All
coaches showed a great amount of class
in showing kids the campus even
though they won't be here next year."
The coach told the Lantern that 18 of
23 high school players scheduled to visit
Ohio State showed up last weekend.
"The fact that Ohio State transcends
Woody Hayes has a great influence on
the recruits and also the fact that the
team can generate a full stadium every
Saturday," said the Buckeyes'
assistant.
Ram coaches rammed
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles Rams
Coach Ray Malavasi announced
yesterday he has fired offensive line
coach Foster Andersen, offensive back-
field coach Max Coley and quarterback
coach Charlie Waller.
The move came nine days after the
Rams lost the National Football Con-

ference title game 28-0 to the Dallas
Cowboys and following season-long
criticism over the team's lack of offen-
se.
"I HAVE the highest regard and
respect for the abilities of all three
coaches, but each head coach has his
own philosophy and his own way of
doing things and must put together his
staff accordingly. I, myself, have
always worked with smaller staffs,"
Malvasi said.
"I released the three today to assure
them of ample time to secure a position
elsewhere," said Malavasi, who guided
the Rams to a 12-4 record in his first
year as a head coach. He was hired af-
ter George Allen was fired following
twppre-season games.
Boyd bails out
LOS ANGELES - Coach Bob Boyd,
whose University of Southern Califor-
nia basketball teams couldn't shake the
shadow of UCLA, said yesterday that
he is stepping aside at the end of the
season.
The announcement by Boyd, 48, came
three days after the gTrojans suffered
their 18th consecutive loss to UCLA.
BOYD, IN his 13th season, has been
under fire in recent years after
finishing last in the Pac-8 in 1975-76 and
1976-77.
"This season and throughout the full
term of my contract which ends on July
1, 1979, I plan to diligently work toward
the successful completion of this

basketball season," said Boyd, 48, at a
news conference at Heritage Hall.
His Trojans lost to UCLA 89-86 last
Saturday night and have not defeated
the Bruins since 1970.
Nevertheless, USC is currently tied
for the Pac-10 lead at 4-1 and holds a 9-4
season record.
Loughery lassoed
NEW YORK - Kevin Loughery, the
volatile coach of the New Jersey Nets,
apologized to the National Basketball
Association yesterday for his conduct,
and was sternly warned by Com-
missioner Larry O'Brien to comply'"a
with league behavior standards in the
future.
O'BRIEN ALSO told the Nets'
management that he would hold them
responsible for Loughery's future ac 4
tions. Under the NBA constitution, the
commissioner is empowered to levy a
fine of up to $25,000 and a suspension of .
indefinite duration for conduct,
prejudicial or detrimental to the NBA.
O'Brien called Loughery to a special
meeting after the Nets' coach, who was
recently suspended for three games
and fined $1,000 for bumping two of the
league's officials - Mike Mathis and
Don Murphy - was quoted as saying.
there was a "conspiracy" by the,;
referees against him.

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