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Page Eight
Man's Quest for
Spiritual Freedom
in the light of
RUDOLPH STEINER'S
"THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE"
by MR. ALAN HOWARD
Lecturer for the Anthroposophical Society
of North America
8 p. m.--SUN DAY, MARCH 19, 1972
Assembly Hall, Michigan Union Basement
sponsored by Anthroposophical Student Assoc.
Eastern European Forum
a discussion of the problems of contemporary
Eastern European Society.
OWEN JOHNSON, Ph.D. candidate, Poli. Sci. U of M, 'Reform
in Hungary and Czechoslovakia"
DR. LEO SABALIUNAS, Poli. Sci. Dept. EMU, "Lithuania"
HELEN KOBA, Ph.D. candidate, U of M, "Contemporary Protest
Literature in Eastern Europe"
DR. VINCENT C. CHRYPINSKY, Poli. Sci. Dept. University of
Windsor, Canada, "The Worker's Riot in Poland"
The moderator will be PAT MOORE. Following the speakers
there will be a discussion, a period for questions, discussion,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 14, 1972

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ace second
qualification, Peterson turned in :47.21. But Aranha's time came
his fastest time in the fly in win- from stop watches as the auto-
ning the consolation and finishing matic timing device failed to work.
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Big Ten championship record.

Michigan's swim team finished Bauer came in fifth and Whit-
second in the 62nd annual Big aker finished sixth.

sevenh overall. is time or 1o Lne aecision was lef up TO Le
iTenSwiminnng and Divingha J Kinsmet oened with Indiana's 1:56.07 combined with Larry Day's judges who awarded the race to
'pionships and first in the Big John. Kinsella winning' the firs
Nine; that is, if you think 'of of three freestyle events. He shat- eighth place showing helped the Catt.
Indiana as in 'a class of its own. tered the pool record in the Wolverines considerably. Stamm upset Hall in the 200-
The favored Hoosiers ran away yard freestyle with a clocking of Indiana's Mike Stamm won the yard backstroke as Indiana took
with the meet, held on March 2-4 4:35.27 with Michigan's Dan Fish- 100-yard backstroke with team- the first four places.
in East Lansing, gathering a total burn coming in ninth. mate Larry Barbiere finishing Spitz set a new NCAA record
of 567 points. This, however, did IU's Gary Hall won the 200- second. in the 100-yard butterfly with a
not deter from the fact that the yard individual medley while The 800-yard freestyle relay saw clocking of :49.31 shattering his
meet, itself was close and exciting. teammate Mark Spitz set an all- a new meet record established by own record.
The big battle was for second time Big Ten record in the 50- Indiana with a clocking of 6:53.41.1 Michigan placed four men in
place between the Wolverines and yard freestyle touching in at Michigan finished second. the top twelve in the fly and
Ohio State; a battle decided in the ! :20.81. But just as the Wolverines were jumped into second place for the
very last race. Freshman Tim Mooie of Ohio making some headway into Ohio first time in the 'meet, but by a
Indiana won all but three of the State won the one-meter spring- State's second place lead, they mere six points.
swimming events, breaking pool, board diving with fellow swan were hurt again in diving. Though tower diving did not
meet Big Ten, and NCAA records Todd Smith placing second. Craig Lincoln, of Minnesota, the count in the point standing, Mich-
like wine glasses after a toast Michigan finished second in the Big Ten's premier diver, won the igan did extremely well in this
The Wolverines were severely 400 medley relay to Indiana, three-meter springboard event on event. So well, as a matter of fact,
handicapped by a poor showing in mainly due to Jose Aranha's :46.6 his last attempt. Ohio State then that they even won the event as
the diving events. Michigan could split in the freestyle leg. took second, third, fourth, and Joe Crawford came in first place.
scor'e but three points as com- At the beginning of the second seventh,. repadding their hold on
pared to the Buckeyes' 91. That day, Michigan found itself down second place. Second place came down to the
meant Michigan made up over 90 by 58 points. Dick Quint, seventh after pre- 400-yard freestyle relay to decide
points on the swimming events Hall continued where he left liminaries, was extremely nervous' second place in the meet. Ohio
which is a herculean feat indeed, off the night before by winning md consequently had three bad State had to win the event to
Michigan's All-American candi- the 400-yard individual medley. dives. Quint is only a freshman overtake Michigan. But Indiana
date Stu Isaac garnered a sweep Michigan's Don Peterson was dis- and will surely improve as time gave the Wolverines a break by
in the breaststroke events winning qualified in this event because of goes on. swimming its front-line. Indiana
both the 100-yard and 200-yard an improper kick. This hurt the Starting the last day of compe- won, Ohio State came in second,
events. In the 100, Michigan's Wolverines uphill battle for sec- tition. the Wolverines were still and Michigan finished third, thus
Mike Whitaker finished second and place as Peterson would've 33 points down to the Buckeyes. assuring itself of second place in
and Pat Bauer was seventh. been third qualifier. But a sixth place finish in the the championships.
In the 200, Isaac blew away Kinsella took the 200-yard free- grueling 1650-yard freestyle by
from Ohio State's Gary Grunau style with Michigan's Steve Mac- Dan Fishburn was a sign of good NCAA RULES:
in the first 75 yards and held on Carthy placing sixth, despite miss- things to come. The winner was, *_
to win in a time of 2:11.33, a new ing his last turn. of course, Kinsella from a large
Spitz, recent winner of the Sul- university in Bloomington.
livan award, turned in a time of, The most controversial race of
1:49,89 to cop the 200-yard free-, the meet occurred in the 100-yard
style. Byron MacDonald finished freestyle. Michigan's Aranha and
fourth for the Wolverines and Ohio's Bill Catt wound up in a. By The Associated Press

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Maurice Scarbrough of Ouachita Baptist University dives for
two in 'yesterday's NAIA tournament being held in Kansas City.
Trying to defend is Walter Carter (00) of Elizabeth City (N.C.)
State University which lost to Ouachita, 90-89.

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Augusto Gonzales came in sixth.y
A special note on the consola-
tion final in the 200-yard butter-
fly should be made. After his dis-"
Hoosier
500 Freestyle - 1. John Kinsella, In-
diana. 4:35.27. 2. Bill Heiss, Indiana,
4:40.79. 3. Ric Phillips, Northwestern,
4:44.39. 9, Dan Fishburb, Michigan, 4:
50.11.
200 Individual Medley - 1, Gary Hall,
Indiana, 1:55.63 (New Meet Record-Old
record held by Hall, 1:55.67, 1971). 2,,
Larry Barbiere, Indiana, 1:57.22. 3, Pat
O'Conner. Indiana, 1:58.37. 9, Don Pet-
erson, Michigan, 2:00.26. 11. Stu Isaac,
Michigan, 2:02.37. 12, Ray McCullough,
Michigan, 2:03.60.
50 Freestyle - Mark Spitz. Indiana,
:20.81 (Set Meet, all-time Big Ten re-
cord - Old Record held by Steve Jack-
man, Minnesota, :20.85, 1963). 2, Joe
Tanner, Illinois, :21.73. 3, Jose Aranha,
Michigan, :21.86......... .. . .. ...
One-Meter Diving - 1, Tim Moore,
Ohio State, 511.20. 2. Todd Smith, Ohio
State, 480.90. 3. Gary James, Indiana,
469.89. 11. Joe Crawford, Michigan,
425.95.
400 Medley Relay - 1, Indiana (Hall,
Brock Ladewk, Stamm, Gary Conelly),;
3:30.37. 2. Michigan, 3:30.84. 3, Michigan
State, 3:34.62.
400 Individual Medley - 1, Hall, In-
diana, 4:04.05. 2. O'Conner, Indiana,
4:12.14. 3, Murphy Reinschreiber, Wis-
consin, 4:14.38. 9, Pat Bauer, Michigan,
4:23.51.
200 Freestyle - 1, Kinsella, Indiana,
1:42.87. 2, Conelly, Indiana, 1:43.42. 3,
Heiss, Indiana, 1:43.83. 6, Steve Mac-
Carthy, Michigan, 1:52.51. 11, Dan Fish-
burn, Michigan, 1:46.43.
200 Butterfly - 1, Spitz, Indiana, 1:
49.89. 2, Ken Winfield, Michigan State,
1:53.54. 3, Bob Aldsfelder, Indiana, 1:
54.18. 4, Byron MacDonald, Michigan,
1:55.41. 6, Augusto Gonzales, Michigan,
1:58.63. 7, Don Peterson, Michigan, 1:56.
07. 8, Larry Day, Michigan, 1:56.73.
100 Backstroke-1, Mike Stamm, In-
diana, :52.62. 2, Barbiere, Indiana, :53.
23. 3, Reed Slevin, Ohio State, :53.64. 5,3
Chris Hansen, Michigan, :53.99. 6, Steve
MacCarthy, Michigan, :54.19. 9, Rich
Dorney, Michigan, :54.54.
100 Breaststroke - 1, Stu Isaac,!
Michigan, :59.65. 2, Mike Whitaker,j
Michigan, 1:00.19. 3, Jeff Lanini, Mich-
igan State, 1:00.42. 7, Pat Bauer, Michi-
gan, 1:01.32.

virutal dead heat with Aranha the Marquette's controversial bas-1
apparent winner according to ob- ketball team was reinstated yes-t
servers. Aranha's time was :47.18 terday to play in the NCAA tour-
as compared to Catt's clocking of nament.,
The NCAA ruled that the War-
hysteria riors were again eligible to com-
Three-Meter Diving - 1, Craig Lin- pete in Thursday's Mideast re-
coin, Minnesota, 520.89. 2, Steve Skilken, gionals. The action was taken aft-
Ohio State, 518.70. 3, Smith, Ohio er Marquette's Bob Lackey re-I
State, 514.08. 12, Dick Quint, Michigan, established his eligibility.
442.38.
800 Freestyle Relay - 1, Indiana The ruling by the college body,
(Spitz, Conelly, Kinsella, Hall) 6:53.41 came after a long meeting yester-
(Sets Meet Record-Old record held by day afternoon.
Indiana, 1971). 2, Michigan, 7:04.26. 3, Marquette's seventh - ranked
Ohio State, 7:05.37. powerhouse was given the thumb
1650 Freestyle - 1, Kinsella, Indiana, Sunday from the prestigious na-
15:47.22. 2, Heiss, Indiana, 16:22.0-. 3,Sudyfo th prsios a
Pillips. Northwestern. 16:29.83. 6, Dan tional tourney after Lackey, the
Fishburn, Michigan, 16:48.92. team's star forward, refused to!
100 Freestyle - 1, Bill Catt, Ohio disclaim reports that he was
state, :47.21. 2, Jose Aranha, Michigan, working with agents for a profes-j
:47.18. 3, Jim Baehren, Ohio State, sional contract.
:47.30.soa otat
:47.30.He was among 10 athletes from
200 Backstro-ke - 1, Stamm, Indiana, . .
1:53.88. 2, Hall, Indiana, 1:54.17. 3, Jack six unnamed institutions who were
Horsley, Indiana, 1:55.72. 7, Steve Mac- asked to sign affidavits to that
Carthy, Michigan, 1:59.66. 8, Chris Han- effect. Lackey was the only one
sen, Michigan, 1:59.98. 10, Rich Dorney, who balked at signing Sunday,
Michigan, 2:01.07. the NCAA said.
200 Breaststroke - 1, Stu Isaac, The NCAA a t
Michigan, 2:11.33 (Sets Meet record- I The NCAA at once dropped
Old record held by Paul Scheerer, Marquette from the tournament1
Michigan, 2:11.45, 1967) 2, Gary Grunau, and considered giving its berth to1
Ohio State, 2:13.73. 3, Nigel Cluer, Wis- E Ohio University, which lost 73-491
consin, 2:13.88. 5, Pat Bauer, Michigan,toheWrisinSuda'frtc
2:14.42. 6, Mike Whitaker, Michigan, to the Warriors in Saturday's first
2:15.01. round.
100 Butterfly - 1, Spitz, Indiana, But Lackey reversed his ada-1
:49.31 (Set Meet and NCAA record- mant position yesterday morning,1
Old NCAA record held by Cpitz, :49.40, quickly signing the NCAA affida-
1971) 2, Reed Slevin, Ohio State, :50.86.
3, Winfield, Michigan state, :51.95. 5, vit and then appealing the ineli-1
Byron MacDonald, Michigan, :52.10. 6, gibility ruling.
Ray McCullough, Michigan, :52.10. 3, Word of Lackey's move followed
Tim Norlen, Michigan, :53.10. 10, Larry a meeting at an off-campus site
Day, Michigan, :53.92.
Siig,- 1, Joe Crawford between Marquette officials, in-
Tower Diving -+,JeCrwod
Michigan, 493.35. 4, Dick Quint, Michi- cluding Athletic Director Sam
gan, 402.95. 5, Bob Slough, Michigan, Sauceda, and Warren Brown, an
362.20. 6, Steve Schenthal, Michigan, assistant director of the NCAA.
359.60. 7, Peter Agnew, Michigan, 331.30. Sauceda said the university
9, Mark Sisman, Michigan, 305.55. 10, hoped the action would lead to the
John Hamilton, Michigan, 301.85.
400 Freestyle Relay - 1, Indiana, reinstatement of the seventh-
(John Murphy, Conelly, Kinsella, ranked Warriors, who defeated
Spitz), 3:07.12 (Sets Meet Record-Old Ohio University 73-49 Saturday in
Record held by Indiana, 3:07.37, 1971). an NCAA sectional game at Knox-
2, Ohio State, 3:09.03. 3, Michigan,
3:10.45. . .ville, Tenn.

Lemon up.
The world famous Harlem
Globetrotters will be in Ann
Arbor to play the Boston Sham-
rocks in Crisler Arena, Satur-
day, April 8, starting at 2 p.m.
Tickets are now on sale at the
ticket office located in the Ath-
letic Administration Bldg., 1000
S. State, from 8:30 a.m. - 5
p.m. Tickets will be $3.00 for
students and staff with ID.

completed.

However, Marquette appealed
the ruling Monday saying Lackey
would sign the affidavit. That
left Kentucky in the air until a
final decision was made.

The NCAA announced the sus-
pension Sunday night after Lack-
ey, the team captain, had declined
Saturday to sign an affidavit that
he had not contracted with an
agent to bargain with professi6nal
teams.
"We're just left holding the
bag," Kentucky Coach Adolph

The NCAA at first ruled Mar-
quette out of the tournament be-
cause player Bob Lackey refused
to sign an affidavit affirming his
amateur status.
The NCAA said it had some in-
dic~tion he had dealt with an
agent who would handle his pro-
fessional contract later. Such
dealings are against NCAA rules
until after all play in college is

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WEHRE THE BARGAIN IS KING !

Rupp said yesterday after an-
nouncement that a decision on
Marquette's NCAA basketball
tourney eligibility might take an-
other day.
"We don't know who to pric-
tice for and both of these other
teams know that if they play in
the tournament at all, they'll be
playing Kentucky," Rupp said.

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