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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, March 19, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 19, 1972
"Students have been promised re
sentation on the city council for yc
It is a promise that non-student co
come to put the voice of a student
cilmen have seldom kept. The time
not the promise of a student voic
city government. I am a student, k
students and will speak for the
dents on city council. Vote for m
April 3rd and put a voice, not a pt
ise, on the city council."
AT YOUR SERVICE
REG. & AFRO CUTS
HIGH SCHOOL SEMIS:
By AL SHACKELFORD
Flint Northern's classy Vikings
shut off All-Stater Larry Fogle
and turned on the board power
yesterday for an impressive 77-62
win over Detroit Cooley at Crisler
Arena. The unbeaten and number-
one ranked Vikings now advance'
to next Saturday's class A state
finals against Pontiac Central,
surprise winners over Lansing
Sexton in a 62-60 thriller.
The two .Saginaw Valley League
powers have already battled twice
this season, with Flint Northern
winning both, 77-62 and 83-71.
Yesterday's class A opener was
billed as Larry Fogle versus the
Vikings. The 6-5 Cooley ace had
been hitting in the high 30's all
year long and pumped in 37 in his
team's 79-76 quarterfinal win over;
BUT COOLEY COULDN'T get
him the ball, as Dennis Johnson'
trailed Fogle and a couple other
Vikings sagged on him inside.
Northern stifled Cooley with an
aggressive 2-3 zone and dominated
its defensive boards, thanks main-
ly to incredible leaper Terry Fur-
A three-point play by Furlow
after a fine inside drive pushed
Northern into a 17-12 lead early
in the second quarter, then wild-
haired guard Rick Jones took over.
HI whistled a bullet to an open
Furlow inside for two, then popped
a 20-foot jumper to give Flint a
21-12 lead. Jones and Furlow
teamed up offensively for more
damage throughout the quarter
and sent Northern into the locker-
room with a 36-32 lead. Cooley's
Fogle was getting no help from
his mates but managed 20 points,
mostly on free throws and corner
Some key offense by Ray
Bridges, in for the foul-plagued
Johnson, powered Flint in a mid-
third quarter spurt which jumped
the Vikings from a 40-all dead-
lock into a 52-40 lead with 1:08
remaining. From that point on'
Fhnt Northern ran roughshod over
confused Cooley, which simply
couldn't get the ball to Fogle.
Fogle, who finished with 32
points (11-26 from the floor) and
20 rebounds, was clearly the out-
State High School
Pontiac Central 62.
Lansing Sexton 60
Flint Northern 77,
Detroit Cooley 62
mnskegon Heights 59,
West Iron County 49,
Riv-r Rouge 83,
Elkton-Pigon-Bay Port 66
Orchard Lake St. Mary 56
Sqi naw St. Stephens 67,
Flint Holy Rosary 55,
North Adams 52 OT
Ewen-Trout Creek 73,
Lake City 69
bucket of the game) gave Central
3 5" 50 lead 'with 4:21 left and the
rmiefs nrsed it home. thqnks to
thp h'roies of Cole and Delancie
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itfh 1 1rnoinfc t whilp 6-2 sonh Tim
'rTbo'1 V' nnt +h r'hbnfs even on
th h"r-A- ';th 13 1rorns. For-
warl Tm Clark. whese only move
's onranfly Prrivn to the buck-
et. led Sexton with 17 noints. Both
team rnlr~1ra varv flat in compar- ,
ipon with Flint Northern.
Yost-rday's class B action
turned out as predicted. as River
Rnue ~Prssed uln and raced past
'lkton-Pigenn-Bay Port 83-66 and
Mske'yon Heights souttered past
a lollsy West Iron County squad
59-49. Roueand the Heights are
thus set for a rematch of last
vear's title game won by the Pan-
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standing schoolboy of the day. Re-The patented Roue fast reak
stlying oslo strgth ady. cr- the year's great Viking team, con- wns too much for Elkton, which
screw moves underneath, he kept tributed a fine floor game and olaed well and could conceivably
Cooley in the contest for twenty seven assists. have won it with a little, more
.d . sneed and board power. All-Stater
minutes, then folded m the fmal Pontiac Central fought back L-ihton Moulton stood a poised
minutes with a barrage of impos- from a 47-38 third quarter deficit head and shoulders above every-
sible field goal attempts from the behind the dead-eye shooting of one else on the floor, leading
outer limits. Larry Cole to take its game away Rouge with 30 points. Byron Wil-
Balance was again the key for from a taller Lansing Sexton quin son, a blocky 6-3 senior, grabbed
Northern as four players hit tet. Cole, a skinny 6-2 senior and 21 rebounds to pace Rouge to a
double figures: Johnson (19), brother of Eastern Michigan's Lem 66-42 edge in that department.
Jones (17), Furlow (16) and Cole, shook free from little Larry Floyd Champagne led Elkton with
only returning starter from last Miller's belly-to-belly defense to 19 but had a poor shooting day,
year Bridges (16). Wayman Britt, score time and time again on soft only six of 20.
jumpers from around the key. He PHASKELL JONES CAME off
finished with 29 points on a fine the bench to spark Muskegon
14-for-22 from the floor. Heights with 18 points and 13 re-
Sexton stayed even with Pon- bounds in a game that was never
tiac through the first half, which close after a 17-all first stanza.
ended 31-30 Sexton, and parlayed Mark Dobrzenski, or just plain
the shooting of tall Bob Riddle "Dobs" to Wycon 'fans, juiced in
and Ed Allen into a third quarter! 15 to lead West Iron.
lead. Sexton's decided height ad-: My all-tournament team is
vantage, ranging from two to five Fogle (Cooley), Furlow (North-
inches up front, was canceled by ern), Moulton (Rouge), Cole
the ineptitude of the frontline, ern). The all-cheerleader team?
Yespecially Riddle. Has to be the foot-stompin' cart-
A tip by Larry Russell (his only ( wheelin' girls from Detroit Cooley.
'Shoddy lacrosse team
stuck for loss to OSU
By RICH STUCK
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MUSKEGON HIIGhTS TIGER Al McGlothin (53) ignores Chris
Angeli's (51) stop signal as he takes aim for a successful shot.
The heights defeted West Iron County 59-49 yesterday afternoon
in Crisler Arena to get the honor of playing River Rouge in the
state B finals at East Lansing's Jennison Fieldhouse Saturday.
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Special To The Daily game. "We played so bad I
COLUMBUS - The Michigan couldn't believe it. I've never
lacrosse team apparently left their seen an entire team play worse."
hustle and stick work in the pubs There were some bright spots
Friday night as they absorbed an however, mntheir journey to the
,11-6 shellacking at the bands of land of no victories.
Ohio State here yesterday. Midfielder Dan Lamble turned
The Wolverines made every mis- in a creditable game along with
take in the book and it was evi- attackman Mills. Lambo carried
dent from the start that it wasn't the ball well and won all the face-
to be their day. Alhough Mich- offs he was in. Mills, meanwhile,
igan and "that school down South" scored two goals and added an
were deadlocked 2-2 after one assist as he paced Michigan
quarter, the Buckeyes were able
to break the game open at least
temporarily with four goals in the
second period to just one for the Yanks get
men in blue.
Michigan did manage to get
their game together in the third
s anza connecting on a numbero
slick passing plays. Roger Mills
took a perfect centering pass from, MIAMI (R) - Mike Burke, pres-
Don Holman and rammed it past ident of the New York Yankees
a slightly bucked goalie to make says he would consider offering
it 6-5. Moments later Skip Flan- the Oakland A's $1 million for
agan looped a lob pass from be.. star pitcher Vida Blue, who an-
hind the net to a waiting Steve nounced his premature retirement
Hart who leaped high for it, spear- Thursday.
ed it and quickly whipped it into Burke said last night he would
the net. be willing to pay Blue a salary
Still wearing some once used of $75,000 this season. Finley's top
'beat Michigan' buttons the few offer to Blue has been $50,000. The
fans went wild when the Bucks dispute prompted Blue to an-
ran away from Michigan with five nounce he was quitting baseball
unanswered goals in the fourth and joining a Los Angeles manu-
frame. facturing company as a public re-
Steve Saylor and Jim Peterson lation executive for more than
each registered the three goal hat $50,000 a year.
trick as did "hot dog" Casper Van The Yankee president said,
Bourgondien. "We've got an owners' .meeting
Because several members of the next Wednesday in St. Petersburg,
squad were late in arriving Coach and if Charlie Finley wants to un-
Bob Kaman had to devise make load Vida Blue, he can unload
shift lines until the others showed. him in New York."
This hurt the Wolverines be- "We will offer him any player
cause there was a definite lack of on our club," Burke added, "ex-
organization. Another blow came cept maybe for one or two play-
when Rick Lavers was helped off ems, Bobby Murcer and Mel Stut-
the field with a knee injury that tlemyre.
could shelve him for the season. "I believe Finley is being very
KAMAN TRIED to explain, in stubborn about this. It's ridiculous
layman's terms, the disappointing to think other owners and other
game turned in by the defending clubs wil get into it. The only .way
Midwest Club Lacrosse Association anybody else will get into it is
champions. if Finley asks us. Nobody expects
"We didn't play well. Our lack that to happen."
of organization is because we sim- Blue earned an estimated $14,-
ply had not had enough practice. 500 last year when he won the
With more- practice I think our AL's Most Valuable Player Award
club can continue to improve to and Cy Young Award as the lea-
the status of last year's." gue's top pitcher. Blue has asked
Goalie Jay Johnson was almost for $90,000.
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