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Saturday, Dec4rnber 4 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Saturday, December 4, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

PAUL NEWMAN
'COOL HAND LUKE'
STOCKWELL HALL

WMLJ CGE ILT:
Frosh seek second win

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By MICHAEL OLIN The Kalamazoo Valley squad had from an 89-77 pasting of the No-
Michigans countryfied cousins played three times prior to their tre Dame Frosh. are favored to
from Kalamazoo. the WesternI encounter with Western, making make it two in a row. The squad
Michigan Broncos, invade Crisler! the win all the more impressive, coached by Dick Honig, runs off
Arena today to try and elbow the High scorer for the Broncos was of a stack offense and often em-
Wolverines' baby maplemen. Charles Milliner, a 6-7 forward' ploys a zone press on defense.
The game, which will begin from Toledo. Milliner pumped in Starting guard Joe Johnson led
around 11:30, will precede the 25 points while hitting on 12 of the Baby Blue against the Irish
varsity encounter scheduled for 22 from the field. with 32 points, 18 coming in the
2 p.m. Western Michigan had two oth-: second half. He hit on 11 of 22,
The Bronco Frosh have played1 er players in double figures. Frank from the floor and pulled down
one contest prior to today's game,I Ayer~s, a 6-6 center, swished for three rebounds.
having soundly whipped Kalama-j 24 points while hitting on ten of Campy Russell, Michigan's tout-
zoo Valley City College, 87-74. 16 from the field. Forward DonG ed 6-7 forward, had 24 points de-
-JBrown, 6-6, dribbled around theisptaporfsthl.avnsx
court for 12 points, completing spts blpoked.issll ledngthe
" ~~50 per cent of his throws from the ;ts ibodunsseithed14.
C o 11 111'! ~~floor.temirbonswh14
Sat Sun, Dc. 18-19 Te strtig gardsforthe Sixth man Bill Ayler, who plays
Sot.Sun, De. 1-19 Broncos will be Steve Rhodin, a both guard and forward, came in
exam-break 5-11 16') pounder from nearby late in the first half and ended
Ypsilanti, and 6-3 Scott Penhor-! up as the only other Wolverine in
wood, double figures. He hit on five of
The Frosh are coached by for- eight from the field for 12 points
BOGA T mr~rnco layr i pe while he pulled down 12 rebounds.
Tripettcompleted his cage ca-
d e~ubl-bill !reer in 26 and is in his firstI The other members of the start-
dulbilyear at Western. ing five are forward Doug Ash-
The Bronco's intend to play an; worth, who had four points and
aggressive ball control type of 'i eonsaantteIih
ARM/Mc.Fll S . game. The playmaker for the j eonsaans h rs.
squad is Rhodin, who was an all- guard John Kantner, nine points
$1 cont. 761 -7849 stater in high school. and four rebounds, and center C.
________________________ The Baby Wolverines, fresh j. Kupec, who totaled six points
with five rebounds.

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A little tray-eling nitsic, pea se
Jose Cardenal, Wayne Granger and Dave Roberts (left to right) will all be swapping- their uni-
forms for a new set of flannels come spring training. Cardenal, who has the reputation of being
somewhat of a prima donna, joins three others of a like character, Ron Santo, Joe Pepitone and Leo
Durocher in Wrigley Field. For details on all baseball trades, see the story on page 10.
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By DAN BORUS
fIt is characteristic of the uni-
iverse we inhabit that some
Ethings remain constant: phi,
Avogadro's number, and Michi-
gan's dominance of Big Ten
gymnastics. In the last twelve
years, the flying Wolverines
Ehave captured eleven Big Ten
titles.
S This year Newt Loken's boys
jlook as strong as ever and are
approaching the Big Ten Invi-
tational this Saturday in Chi-
cago. as definite favorites. On
the strength of the overwhelm-
ingly fine individual perform-
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ances last weekend in th, Mid
West Invitational, their role as
favorites is well deserve-d.
The Wolverines are strong in
every event with Ted Marti and
Ray Gura providing extra punch
as the top -all-around men in
the Big Ten. Marti, who is su-
perb on parallel and horizontal
bars, finished seventh in Chi-
cago last week in a field that
was probably superior to the
type that he must face in to-
day's events.
In the long horse Rusty Pi.,rce
will seek to improve upon his
17.10 score and capture a first
for Michigan, while tea~mmate
Ward Black. who finished sec-
ond in the Big Ten last ,year. is
expected to take the floor ex-
ercise title.
Co - 'captain Dick Kaziny,
whose stirring second place fin-
ish in the Mid-West Open prov-

ed again his worth, is a definite
challenger in thu side horse.
Only in the rings is a top
M21ichigan finish an uncertainty.
Indiana and Iowa are definite
competitors for the title. Dean
Showalter, Dan Repp, and Carl
Wallin of Iowa and Jack Mal-
inedahl and Bernie Fernandez
of Indiana are conference power
houses that will try to beat
Mike Sale of Michigan, who last
year finished third in the Big
Ten.
This meet should go faster for
the Wolverines than their maid-
en voyage in the Windy City
last weekend as a result of the
rotating performance, schedule
adopted by the Rules Commit-
tee. The schedule could not be
employed due to the immense
field of competitors last week
end.

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if you want to apply for the
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