100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 10, 1979 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1979-02-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 8-Saturday, February 10, 1979-The Michigan Daily
SPAR T AN WOMEN GRAB BIG TEN TITLE:

Blue tumblers fall short
tallied 128.05 points, their highest total Despite the difference in judging excellent job considering that she
By ALAN FANGER of the season. between sessions, several Wolverines, hadn't worked out in ten days," Ponto
The twok team dominance of the most notably Flom and Forrestel, came said.

CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan
women gymnasts turned in their best
team performance of the season last
night, but it was not nearly enough to
prevent Michigan State from retaining
the league title at the Big Ten Cham-
pionship meet at Illinois' Kennie
Memorial Gym. '
The Spartans, with their fundamen-
tatlly-sound and technically-smooth
routines, slipped by host Illinois to cap-
ture first place, scoring 131.90 points to
the Ilitni's 131.10. The Wolverines.

meet overshadowed fine performances
by Wolverine all-arounders Sara Flom,
Colleen Forrestel, and Mia Axon.
The tumblers slipped up on the bars,
however, and their low score of 30.95
proved to be the difference between
them and the consistent Spartans.
"We were a little rushed on bars,"
said coach Scott Ponto. "Our poor
showing in that event and the fact that
we were drawn in the first session set us
back considerably."
Ponto predicted that scores in the
second session would be higher than in
the first. And the judges confirmed
Ponto's suspicion by rendering higher
marks to teams in the second session.

through with their best performances of
the season.
Flom, who has led Michigan in
scoring from the start of the campaign,
racked up a 32.85 all-around score
which was highlighted by a first-place
8.45 mark on the uneven bars. She ad-
ded the same score on her floor exer-
cises, and finished out with an 8.0 in
vaulting and a fall-free 8.25 on the
balance beam.
Recovering from tendonitis of the
hip, Forrestel surprised even her own
teammates with a 31.75 total score.
Forrestel's effort, which included an
8.45 in vaulting, pleased Ponto immen-
sely.
"Colleen was tremendous. She did an

BULLETIN
special to the Daily
DENVER-A four goal outburst
between 12:42 and 15:39 of the second
period lifted the Denver Pioneers to a 6-
3 lead over Michigan after two periods
of their WCHA game last night.
The Wolverines trailed after the first
period, 2-1, with Doug Todd gathering
the goal. But Mark Miller and Bill
Wheeler tallied at 40 seconds and 10:02
respectively to give Michigan a 3-2 lead
before the roof caved in.
Greg Woods and Glenn Anderson,
eaeh notched a pair of goals for the
Pioneers. ,

Wing rejects sign
with Caps, Rockies
By The Associated Press
LANDOVER, Md. - The Washington Capitals announced yesterday the
signing of veteran center Dennis Hextall, who was dropped by the Detroit
Red Wings two months ago.
A news release quoting General Manager Max McNab, who was in New
York, for the NHL's Challenge Cup series with the Soviet Union national
team, said Hextall was signed through the 1979-80 season.
Because Hextall was a free agent, having secured his release from
Detroit, no player compensation was required.
Hextall is scheduled to begin practicing with Washington immediately,
and is expected to be in uniform when the Caps play their next game in
Colorado next Thursday. Washington is six points ahead of Detroit in the
Norris Division.
Another Red Wing, left wing Bill Lochead was acquired by the Colorado
Rockies via waivers yesterday.
Lochead, 24, was Detroit's first-round draft choice in the 1974 amateur
draft. His best season was in 1977-78, when he scored 20 goals and had 16
assists in 77,games. In spot duty in 40 games this year, Lochead has scored
four goals and collected seven assists.
He was to report to the Rockies this weekend, officials said.

J

1

I

0

Does Our Future Fit Yours?

Begin Your
Management
Career "

I

A lot has happened since we
started making metal cans at
the turn of the century. We've
become a diversified inter-
national, consumer-oriented
corporation-one of the
Fortune 100. And as such,
we're part of a fast-changing
consumer market with a need
for competitive, enthusiastic
people, . . people who have
the energy and drive to keep
up with such a market-and
with us. 4
With over 47,000 men and
women already at work in our
15 major business units
across the country, it's our
policy to move people ahead
as far and as fast as their tal-
ents and our development
programs can carry them. We
have opportunities for col-
lege graduates with degrees
in Business Administration,
Sales/Sales Marketing, or
Liberal Arts to develop as
managers in areas of: Sales,
Sales Management, Market-
ing/Merchandising and
General Management.
We want yotr-to consider a
career with American Can.
Make a date to see our repre-
sentative on campus .. . or
write College Relations, 3B9,
American Can Company,,
Greenwich, Conn. 06830.
Our representative will be
rat your College
iFebruary 14, 1979

WOLVERINE GOAL: QUALIFYRELAYERS
Thinclads trek to Spartan Relays

By STAN BRADBURY
Michigan's men's track team takes to
the road again today as they travel to
East Lansing for the 56th annual Spar-
tan Relays in Jenison Field House.
The mneet, one of the oldest track and
field meets in the country, will have
over 500 entries from 24 , different
schools.

ASSISTANT TRACK Coach Ron
Warhurst said Michigan is placing most
emphasis on relays in this meet. The
Wolverines will be sending competitive
teams to the line in each relay but,
"only a few really good people will par-
ticipate in the individual events," said
Warhurst.
"We're going to load up in the sprint

medley relay," Warhurst said, "and try
to break our own world record we set
there two years ago."
Warhurst said that the tracksters
also hope to qualify a mile relay team
for the NCAA's at today's meet. He ad-
ded that next weekend at the Central
Collegiate Championship the
Wolverines are going to load up in the
distance medley relay and would
probably qualify.
THE WOLVERINES are already
represented in three events at the
NCAA's. Mike Lattany is in the high
jump, Tim Thomas is in the half mile,
and Steve Elliot, Tim and Greg
Thomas, and Jim Baumgartner will be
competing in the two-mile relay.
"Our first couple of meets we kind of
started off slow," said Warhurst. "It
takes about two or three weeks to really
get going. We hope to peak about Big
Ten time."
Michigan can look for some tough
competition from Michigan State,
Eastern Michigan, Tennessee, Cincin-
nati, Bowling Green, Drake and Notre
Dame, among others at the meet.
BILLBOARD
Persons interested in becoming foot-
ball managers for the 1979 season
should call Mark Andrews at 996-0125
after 6 p.m.

American
Can
Company

Ak.

Daily Photo by PAM MARKS
MICHIGAN'S BRIAN LUNDBERG (3) passes off to his teammates in a game
against Denver way back in November when Michigan split the Ann Arbor series.
The Wolverines and the Pioneers tangled in Denver last night.

An equal opportunity employer

r

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan