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THE MICHIGAN GAMY

Thursday, March 23, 1972

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Tankers set to battle
By CHUCK BLOOM the first night when Indiana's MICHIGAN'S CHANCES rest
The weather report for West Mark Spitz, perhaps the finest primarily in two events, the
Point, N.Y., indivates some chance swimmer in the nation, will meet breaststroke and medley relay. Stu
of rainfall for/ this weekend. One the fastest freestyler in America. Isaac, a native of Amherst, N..Y.
thing can be sure, though, rain- Tennessee's Dave Edgar in the 50- will be attempting to better last
drops won't be the only thing fall- I yard freestyle. year's fifth place finish ,in the
ing when the nation's finest swim- EDGAR, a senior, is the NCA'A 100-yard breaststroke.
mers invade the new Olympic pool record holder in this event with a Isaac, two-time Big Ten champ
at West Point for the NCAA clocking of :20.23, and may be the in the breaststroke, is also on the
Swimming and Diving Champion- first to break the 20 second bar- 400-yard medley relay squad. This
ships. rier, a feat never before accomp- quartet, if swimming at top form,
All sorts of records should drop lished. stands an excellent chance of fin-
like dead flies over the three-day Other outstanding tankers seek- ishing in the top six. The other
meet. All the NCAA record holders ing victories will be Indiana's Gary members of the relay are back-
will be in attendance at the Aca- Hall and John Kinsella. Hall is stroker Chris Hansen, from Lake
demy and odds are that they will out to repeat his wins in both in- Forest, Ill., butterflyer Byron Mac-
be out to beat their own records dividual medleys and backstroke Donald, from Canada, and Brazil-
in preparation for the Olympics events but will be severely chal- ian freestyler Jose Aranha.
this summer. lenged by teammate Mike Stamm. Other stars and future Olymp-
The pre-meet favorite is the Big Big Ten champion in the 100 and ians of note are Fred Heckl of
Ten champions from Indiana, out 200-yard backstroke. USC, also swimming in his last
to win a record-tying fifth chain- NCAA championship, John Trem-
pionship, with strong challenges Kinsella should swim away with bly of Tennessee, the up-and-com-
coming from Tennessee, UCLA, the distance freestyle events. Kin- ing swimming power in the na-
Southern Cal and Florida. 'sella is absolutely a superior swim- tion, and Brian Job of Stanford
A classic match-up will occur mer, as he is physically larger than and Tom Bruce of UCLA, the
most dolphins, and is certainly world record holders in the breast-
I stronger than any other swimmer. stroke events.

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Guier Grant tops list
of Little All-Americans

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NEW YORK (A)-Travis Granta
of Kentucky State, the first player
to reach the 4,000-point plateau
in a four year career, headed the
1972 college basketball Little All-
American selected yesterday by
The Associated Press.
Grant, a 6-foot-8 senior and a
repeater from the 1971 Little All-
American squad, led Kentucky
State to its third straight NAIA
championship at Kansas City last
week.
Grant scored a record 213 points
in the tournament and finished
his collegiate career with 4,045
points. He was chosen as the tour-
ney's most valuable player.
Hal Johnston, 6-foot senior who
led unseeded Roanoke to the NC-
AA College Division title and was

the most valuable player in the
tourney at Evansville, Ind., also
was picked for the first team.
The Best in the West!
FIRST TEAM
TravisaGrant, senior, Kentucky
State. Hal Johnston, senior, Roa-
noke. Mike Ratliff, senior, Eau
Claire. Len Paul, junior, Akron.
Lloyd Neal, senior, Tennessee State.
SECOND TEAM
Jay Piccola, Roanoke. George Ad-
ams, Gardner-Webb. Frank Schade,
Eau Claire. Pete Harris, Stephen F.
Austin. Ed Czernota, Sacred Heart,
C on n.
THIRD TEAM
Dave Twardzik, Old Dominion.
Jim Tedisco, Union, N.Y. Greg Nor-
thington, Alabama State. Sam Cash,
California-Riverside. Mike Boylon,
Assumption, Mass.

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Indians purchase approved;
Owners,' players at impass
0 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The purchase of controlling interest
in the Cleveland Indians baseball club by Nick Mileti from Vernon
Stouffer was approved by American League club owners.
The acquisition gives Mileti control of three of Cleveland's four
major sports franchises. The 40-year-old businessman also owns con-
trolling shares in the Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association
and the Barons of the American Hockey League.
American League President Joe Cronin said the vote was unani-
mous.
* ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Baseball owners- refused to budge

MICHIGAN is depending on its 400-yard medley relay team to do
well in this weekend's NCAA Swim Championships at West
Point. They are (top left) Stu Isaac, breaststroker, (top tight)
Byron MacDonald, butterfly, (bottom left) Chris Hansen, back-
stroker, and (bottom right) Jose Aranha, freestyler.

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1. "You're married a year
now. When are you going
to give us grandchildren?"
2. "You want to have a kid,
Evelyn? All right, we'll
have a kid. Maybe that'll
patch things up."
3. "Why knock myself out
working when I can have
a baby?"
4. "1 bet my parents would
send us money if we had
a baby..."
5. "Hehlieh, hey Frankie,
what are you and Margie
waiting for ?
6. "We only want two kids.
But if we don't have a boy
we'll keep trying -

These are just seven of the many
wrong reasons for having a baby.
There's only one right reason:
because you really want one.
And the right time is when you
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welcome addition, not an accidental
burden.
Unfortunately lots of people who
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planning don't. (Research statistics.
show that more than half the preg-
nancies each year are accidental!)
That's not having babies for
wrong reasons.
That's just being wrong.
Planned Parenthood
Children by choice. Not chance.
For further information, write
I Planned Parenthood, Box 431,
Radio City Station, New York 10019.

yesterday on players' demands for increased pension and medical
benefits, intensifying the threat of a player strike March 31.
"We voted to take a stand," Gussie Busch, owner of the St.
Louis Cardinals, said after a near four-hour meeting of the 24
major league club owners. 'We voted unanimously. We're not going
to give them another damned cent.
"If they want to strike, let 'em."
Players on many of the clubs already have voted to strike March
31 if the owners refuse to come through with greater contributions
to the pension and insurance programs.
: The season is scheduled to open April 5.
,-... u 0 MONTREAL - The Boston Bruins appealed yesterday - and
(K thus delayed National Hockey League President Clarence Campbell's
suspension of Wayne Cashman for his part in a stick-swinging incident
last Sunday with Minnesota's Dennis Hextall.
a There was no immedae word on whether the North Stars would
garlr inedaymCampbell suspended both players for three
game andfind Cahma $20 an Hexall$100 for their actions in
the nationally televised game in Boston, won 7-3 by the Bruin.
0 ST. LOUIS - Rookie center Artis Gilmore of the Kentucky
Colonels was named Player of the Year and. given a spot on the
American Basketball Association all-star team announced yesterday
by The Sporting News.
anGilmore also was chosen outstanding rookie in the Sports Weekly's
* annual ABA player poll.
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