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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAM

Sundoy, Februory 20, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAIL> Sunday, February 20, 1972

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Ted Marti leads way as 'I'
Gymnasts show Hoosiers how

Nine meet records toppled as
Spartans demolish Wolverines

By DEBBIE WISSNER
The Michigan gymnasts, sparked
by the dazzling individual per-
formance of Ted Marti, defeated
Indiana yesterday afternoon by a
final score of 164.30-157.25.
Marti took all-around honors in
the meet with a total of 54.35, in
a performance highlighted by a
specteaular 9.6 high-bar routine.
Teammate Ray Gura finished sec-
ond to Marti with a'52.70 individ-
ual total, and Indiana's Dave Car-
ter took third in the final stand-
ings.
The Wolverines jumped out to a
27.25-26.10 lead after the first
event, and were never seriously
threatened. Indiana managed to
win just one event, the still rings,
in which the Hoosiers were the
1971 Big Ten champions.
Terry Boys and Ray Gura, with
scores of 9.2 and 9.1, led the pack
in floor exercise, with Ward Black
right behind them at 8.95. Jean

Gagnon and Indiana's Gaiy Powell Gura, both scoring 9.10. Ken
both scored 8.9 in the event. Gosse was the high scorer in the
Co-captain Dick Kaziny who event for the Hoosiers with a 9.05
earned Coach Newt Loken's alco- showing.
lades racked up a 9.3 score in his The Wolverines added to their
specialty, the side horse, with lead with an excellent showing on
Gura turning in an excellent 9.00 the parallel bars. Specialist Bob
showing. Indiana's best performer Johnson highlighted the event with
on the horse was Dave Mattsdn a brilliant 9.35 routine. Marti fol-
with an 8.70. lowed with a 9.20 score, and an-

Indiana outscored Michigan in
the still rings event, as Big Ten
champion Benny Fernandez scored
a 9.40. He was followed by his,
brother Landy Fernandez at 9.15
and teammate Jim Malmedahl
with a 9.00. Michigan's Monty
Falb recorded a 9.15 in his spe-
cialty.
The Wolverines put on a great
performance in the vaulting event,
with all performers scoring over
9.00. Jean-Paul Bouchard led with
a 9.25 vault, followed by Marti and

other Michigan P-bar specialist,
Murray Plotkin, scored 9.10. Landy
Fernandez turned in the Hoosiers
best performance in the event
with a 9.05 routine.
Both teams did well on the high
bar, as Indiana H-bar specialists
Dan Robin and Jeff Sawyer scored
9.20 and 9.05 respectively, and Jim
Scully and Jean Gagnon recorded
9.15 and 9.05 totals. The afternoon
was climaxed by Marti's brilliant
9.6 in the last routine of the day.
Michigan coach Loken was "very
pleased" with his team's 164 total,
and also with the individual he-
roics of Marti. Loken compliment-
ed Indiana on a "superb rings
performance," then expressedrcon-
fidenice that the Wolverines were,
gaining momentum for the Big
Ten Championships to be held
March 3-4 at Illinois.
Loken admitted, "There are
places in individual events where
we could improve, but we hope to
put it all together in the next

By ROB HALVAKS
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - Despite nine
lifetime bests, Michigan's track-
men could not overcome the depth
of a physically strong Michigan
State team and went down to de-
feat, 83-57 in Jenison Fieldhouse.
As most Michigan-Michigan State
clashes, this encounter brought
out the best in all of the athletes
as nine meet records were set.
After four events, jumping out
to a 24-12 lead, it appeared as
though the spirited thinclads might
pull it out, the upset of the in-
door track season.
Shot-putter Steve Adams set the
first meet record tumbling and
put Michigan's first points on the
board by heaving the weighted
ball 58-10.
High jumper John Mann left all
his competitors stranded at 6-2
and went on to capture the event
with a good jump of 6-9, but three
failures at 6-11 kept him away

from the seven foot height. Yes-
terday's performance tied his
showing Friday night in the Olym-
pic Invitational at New York's
Madison Square Garden.
A thorn in Michigan's side all
afternoon was State's Ken Pope-
joy, who took the one mile run
in a meet record breaking 4:07.1.
Popejoy also won the 880 yard run
in 1:53.5 and ran the s e c o n d
quarter for State's mile relay team
which won the race with a time
of 3:16.5.
In the 440 yard run Michigan
received a 1-2 performance from
Kim Rowe and Greg Syphax, with
times of :48.7 and :49.2, respec-
tively.
Dear Friends,
Are you lost in the rain in
Juarez? Do you wonder if the
wind will ever stop blowing?
Are you concerned about the
crisis in Yugosolavia? Do you
believe in magic?
When you write FFATS
STROPS Mailbox at the Mich-
igan Daily, 420 Maynard, you
can verbalize to your heart's
content. The pressing issues of
the day will become like putty
as a result of your facile grasp,
if you only put pen to paper.
Michigan's Godfrey Murray,
coming off a world record tying
performance of :07.1 in the 50
meter high hurdles only to finish
second in the Olympic Invitational'
while Rod Milburn set the new
world record of :07.0 to win the

event, ran :08.3 in the 70 highs
against State to tie a meet re-
cord.
Other meet records fell as
State's Del Gregory long jump-
ed 24-3/4 for one and then came
back with 47-2/2 in the triple jump
to break yet another meet record.
In the 60 yard dash, MSU's Herb
Washington, who was participating
in his last meet at Jenison Field-
house, ran :06.0 setting another
meet record.
With six events remaining, Mich-
igan led State, 46-44, but a 1-2
finish by State's Marshall Dill and
LaRue Butchee in. the 300 yard
dash put the Spartans on top to
stay.
Mel Reeves provided Michigan
with its only victory in the last
six events by taking the 70 yard
low hurdles in a meet record time
of 7.8. To add insult to injury,
Michigan's Keith Brown led most
of the way in the two mile run
only to have State's Randy Kil-
patrick pull it out in the last
quarter mile with ,a time of 8:59.6
for another meet record.
In the mile relay a gallant
Michigan team ran with the Spar-
tans for three legs forcing State's
'anchorman Bob Cassaleman to
run a :48.5 quarter to pull the
race out of the fire.
Coach Dixon Farmer was far
from pleased with his Wolverines'
performance, but did admit they
scored a few more points than
many would have anticipated them
to against a Michigan State team
whose depth should carry them to
the Big Ten championship.

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ISAAC STARS
Tankers mangle OSU

Special To The Daily for runners-up laurels in the Big
COLUMBUS - The University of Ten. It is generally conceded

Michigan swimming team captured
its most important victory of the

two weeks. With Michigan State season yesterday afternoon by
and Illinoiscominxtwek-downing those fish from Colum-
ig up next week- bus, 66-53. The Ohio State splash-
end, the boys are going to be ers possess the squad that Mich-
feeling like old pros by the time igan mentor Gus Stager predicted'
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among those in the know that In-
diana is unstoppable.
The key to the tankers success
lay in the powerful fins of several
M' swimmers. Joe Crawford's
second place showing in the div-
ing competition was termed the
turning point in the meet. His per-
formance broke up an expected
Buckeye sweep of both diving
events.
Thefreestyle events also pro-
duced key results as Steve Mc-
Carthy and Ray McCullough gar-
nered seconds in the 100 and 200
respectively. McCullough's effort
gains added status when one con-
siders it was his first attempt as
a Michigan swimmer in this event.
Coach Stager took time to praise
the achievements -of Isaac, Han-
sen, and Fishburn, all first place
finishers. Isaac took the- 200

kicks. The Ohio State squad was
well on its way to victory when an
over-anxious Buckeye inadvertant-
ly fell into the pool ahead of his
appointed time. Michigan was
awarded the event through dis-
qualification, changing the tally
from a deceptively close 62-61 win
to the eventual 66-53 final.

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HOUSTON TOPS GAMECOCKS:
SWalton, UCLA blast Huskies

By The Associated Press Steve Hawes, Washington's sen-
SEATTLE - With Bill Walton ior center who gave away two
handling the inside and Henry inches in height to Walton, kept
Bibby taking care of the outside, the Huskies in the contest by
No. 1 ranked UCLA rolled over scoring 30 points, 18 of them in the
Washington 100-83 yesterday in a second half.
Pacific - 8 conference basketball *

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breaststroke in 2:12.3, Hansen the Walton, the 6-foot-1 sophomore
backstroke in 1:57.6, and Fishburn center, scored 31 points and pulled
the 500 freestyle in 4:54.2. Gon- I down 15 rebounds. B ib b y, the
zalez and Peterson finished 1-2 steady senior guard, scored 12 of
in the 200 fly with the winning his 16 points in the second half
clocking 2:00.6. Aranha backed Mc- when he found the range from the
Cullough's freestyle second with outside.
a third, while Bower placed third The undefeated Bruins opened
in the 200 breaststroke win by a 10-point lead in the first eight
Isaac. minutes and led 49-36 at the half
The freestyle relay. the final as Walton and Keith Wilkes each
event swam yesterday, furnished pumped in 16 points.
the meet with an unusual twist. UCLA widened the gap in the
The Wolverines had the match
locked up entering this event and second half and led by 88-66 with
threw in a makeshift team for 5:44 remaining.

Cougars roar
HOUSTON - The Houston
Cougars, shooting for an NCAA
playoff berth, rallied from a six-
point deficit to defeat seventh-
ranked South Carolina 95-85 in a
fiercely-fought college basketball
game yesterday.
The Cougars, who played the
final minutes without their star.
Dwight Davis, who fouled out.
trailed the hot - shooting Game-
cocks 42-36 with three minutes to
play in the first half.
Houston started chipping at the
lead and trailed 46-43 at halftime.
They continued the surge in the

straight field goals and Louisville
led 36-26 at the half.
* * *
Titans tripped
NEW YORK - Guard Ted Mar-
tiniuk gunned in 29 of his 40
points in the second half and
sparked St. Peter's to a 77-63 vic-
tory over Detroit yesterday in the
first game of a college basketball
doubleheader at Madison Square
Garden.
Trailing 34-27 at the half, St.
Peter's went ahead to stay, 56-54,
on Martiniuk's jumper with 7:21
left to play. The Peacocks ran
their record to 9-12 with their
third straight victory and snapped
Detroit's seven game w i n n i n g
streak.
Wolf pack feasts
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Caro-
lina State outlasted scrappy Wake

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Announces aI
MASS MEETING
on
Monday Night, Feb. 21-1:30 P.M.
in the
Homer Heath Lounge, 3rd floor, Michigan Union,
This is YOUR organization-
Do you want to see changes in the curriculum?
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Are you interested in psychology as a career?
Having trouble finding an independent re-
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Deciding what 4 courses to take?
Do you want to have professional psychologists
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Are you interested in course content/teocher
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second half and a free throw by Forest to take an 84-76 Atlantic
Steve Newsome gave the Cougars Coast Conference basketball vic-
a 53-52 lead with 17 minutes to tory yesterday.
play. From there the Cougars State was sluggish in the first
moved to a 65-54 margin over the half and was unable to pull away
next four minutes. from the determined Deacons. The
South Carolina, now 17-4, ral- Wolfpack, however, ended the first
lied briefly midway through the half with a 12-point lead, 40-28.
second half closing the gap to 73- The Deacons made the going
70 at 7:14 when Davis fouled out. rought for ,the Wolfpack in the
but Newsome and Dwight Jones second half with guards Willie
made the difference at the free Griffin and Sam Jackson hitting
throw line to protect Houston's from outside. For the game Wake
lead and give the Cougars a 17-5 Forest's Griffin and State's Joe
record.. Cafferky shared scoring honors,
collecting 24 points each.

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contributing editor to Psychology Today
TUESDAY 12 NOON-Medical Public Forum Lecture
"The Disembodied Physician: treating the disease process versus the patient"
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY at 4:00 P.M.-Religious Dimension Series
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"Personal Storytelling: the technological replacement for myth"

shockers shockied.
WICHITA. Kan. - Fourth-
ranked Louisville rallied in the
first half and went on to trim
Wichita State 69-60 in a Missouri
Valley Conference basketball game
yesterday.
The Cardinals pushed their
league-leading record to 9-1 and
season record to 19-2. Wichita
State dropped to 4-6 in conference
play and 13-8 for the year.
Sparked by Jim Price and sub-
stitute Larry Carter, Louisville
pulled even at 17-17' with a little
more than 11 minutes to go in the
first halfafter being behind 17-11.
A driving layup by Ron Thomas
off a steal sent Louisville in front
20-19 for good. Carter hit five

Brigham Young wins
PROVO, Utah - A basket by
pivotman Kresimir Cosic broke a
55-55 tie and 11th-ranked Brig-
ham Young went on to defeat
Utah 79-66 in a Western Athletic
Conference basketball game yes-
terday.
Utah stayed within five points
of the Cougars until the final two
minutes, when guard Belmont An-
derson hit a pair of field goals to
put BYU ahead 71-62. Bernie Fry-
er then sank a layup to put the
game out of reach.
Fryer paced BYU with 22 points.
while Cosic had 21 points and 18
rebounds. Utah's John Dearman
topped his team with 22 points.



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