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Page Ten

THE MIGHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 8, 1971

Page Ten THE MIC.HIGAN DAILY Wednesday, December 8, 1971

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By THERESA SWEDq

ines ran a somewhat distant sec- while Dick Kaziny placed ninth

oral at. 157 7(l

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The Southern Illinois gymnastic W'"" t ar ageof14 mencorn to seventh"la" "with"a' 1 buu
team flexed their c o m b i n e d With an average of 14 men com- to seventh place with an 8.7, but
muscles for the second time in the peting in each event, Michigan was beaten out by teammate Rusty
individual finals at the Big Ten managed to average around the Pierce who took sixth with an 8.8.
Invitationals Saturday, and cap- middle in most of them. The high- Coach Newt Loken was im-
tured first places in three out of est result was Ted Marti's second pressed with some individual per-
six events. Gary Morava took first in the high bar with a score of formances, but he feels, "Each
in free exercise with 9.35, and re- 9.15, the lowest was Jean-Paul person can improve; every tenth
peated his excellent performance Bouchard's thirteenth in free ex- our score goes up, the better we
in vaulting with a 9.55. He was e-cise with 8.35. Otherwise, Michi= do. We need work on all events
joined in SIU's winner; circle by gan did well in free exercise, with and I hope that in the next weeks
Tom Lindner who competed in the Terry Boys gleaning third with we will improve so that we can
high bar, finishing with a 9.6. 8.85, and Ward Black and Ray steadily pass over the 160 mark.'
Gura sharing sixth place honors "I was impressed with Ray Gura
Two other schools divided up with 8.70. On the high bar Ted taking fourth in all around per-
the rest of the top spots. On the Marti took second with 9.15 and formance, Plotkin's 9.0 in the par-
side horse, Ed :lezak of Indiana Jim Scully ended up with seventh allel bars; Marti's work on the
State won with 9.35, while team- and a score of 8.7. On the parallel high bar, Scully's 8.9 and Pierce
mate Tom Morgan- grabbed first bars Murray Plotkin was eighth and Gura scoring 9.0 in vaulting.
on the still rings totaling 9.50. with 8.20. Another single Michigan Terry Boys had a solidly packed
Gene Kalbn of Illiois won the competito' was Mick Sale on the free exercise routine that- was out-
parallel bars with a score of 9.00. rings, who finished eleventh with standing."
The overall results of the match a score of 8.40. Ray Gura managed Loken feels that Michigan could
saw Southern Illinois take top ! sixth and 9.0 on the side horse, get ifito the 161-162 range and
honors with 161.95. The Wolver-

crowd Southern Illinois superior-
ity. Without another meet until
January 18th, Loken plans on
'steady improvement in preparation
for the next meet against West-
ern Michigan on the 13th of
January.
No combined high scorer for the
individual finals was compiled, al-
though Southern Illinois showed
their superiority throughout the
entire meet. Michigan State and
Ohio State were consistently poor,
while the smaller non-conference
teams, Indiana State, Chicago
Circle, and Illinois State, did well,
taking third fourth and sixth re-
spectively.
In the finals trampoline was
added as an event, with Michigan
definitely\ showing an advantage
with superstar George Huntsinger
taking first with a spectacular
show of talent,
1 Michigan gymnasts put on a
good show at the Invitationals,
outshining by far the rest of the

All-Stars
ATTENTION "H" LETTERMEN use cont
By using an ineligib
nearly half the game
All-Stars lost the in
There will be an M Club meeting in the M Club Room at hockey championship:
day, only moments a
Crisper Arena Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 8 P.M. M Club cards vincing victory on th
The All-Stars blast
will be handed out. Dozen 7-1, but a prol
held after the game a
the victory.
The fast-skating ga
The meeting will be SHORT! Dirty Dozen open th(
the second minute o:
deflection by Ken M
1:05. After that, it
solid, slick-skating Al

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( " Big Ten teams. The all-around
1 t lr 1 " " ups men were Michigan's stars with
torieit 1.IV. jj;'n=g= nggggg
endurance for the all day meet
r 1 1abd oaltender and some impressive performances MICHIGAN GYMNAST MurrayI
rana u ~ ~ai~e uer Gura was a standout, and Bou - does a routine on the parallel b;
chard did especially well in the td ies Irittion aralehib
preliminaries, but seemed to tire the Big Ten Invitationals at Chic
le goalie for Immediately following the con- for the finals. With improvement Plotkin achieved an impressive
e, The Shire test, program director Norm Par- Ithe Wolverine gymnastic squad Competing in the individual final
tramural ice sons made his unpopular ruling could take the Big Ten with ease. 8.20.
last Wednes- and forfeited the game to the
after a con- losers.
e ice. The All-Stars, knowing goalie WOLVER INEI
ed the Dirty Rich Adair was ineligible for the
test was up- season finale, decided, in a team
nd wiped out meeting before the game, to play J5 g,
Adair and chance the conse-
ame saw the, quences.
e scoring in The I.M. hockey program will By The Associated Press The rankings are determined by
f play on a pith aterthe hoida UCLA's 100-point-a-game sharp- a poll of experts, with points
cLaughlin at eight-team outdoor league still shooters are measuring up to their awarded on the basis of 20 for a
was all the looking for teams. Spots will be advance notices in the opening first place vote, 18 for second and
-Stars. awarded to the first 28 teams to salvos of the college basketball down to one point for 15th on
register with the I.M. office and season. games through Sunday.
pay the $50 entry fee. Picked as the pre-season favor- On this formula, UCLA received
ite to extend their string of na- 24 of the 44 No. 1 votes cast, a
tional titles to six, the Bruins majority, and tallied 803 points.
1 opened their campaign by crush- Marquette, winner of its ; first
14 o n s ing The Citadel 105-49 and smoth- two games in impressive fashion.
eringIowa 106-72. received seven first place votes and
This- was enough to convince took second place with 739 points.
St. Mary's, Md., 78, D.C. teachers 72 The Associated Press' panel of Marquette was rated fourth in the
Morgan St. 83, Lincoln, Pa., 80, sports writers and broadcasters pre-season poll.
Penn 50, Duke 49, overtime that they hadn't been wrong in North Carolina swamped Rice
Illinois 96, south Dakota 56 their pre-season balloting and so 127-69 in its opening game, a per-
Iowa St. 83, Drake 80 they voted UCLA solidly into the formance that gained the Tar
St. Bonaventure 83, Thomas More 51 No. 1 spot in the first weekly poll. Heels nine first-place selections.
Cornell 95, Colgate 93OhoSaercidtreafr
Purdue 112, N. Illinois 85 Other advance favorites also Ohio State received three after
TCU 95, Lamar 76 showed up well, with Marquette beating Georgia Tech 63-55 and
Marquette 74, Memphis St. 73 gaining the No. 2 spot, followed by Oregon. 68-57.
Baylor 78, Abilene Christian 73 North Carolina, Ohio State and Maryland, a towering but in-
NBA Maryland in order. experienced combine, had one
Chicago 115, Cleveland 99 Rounding out the Top Ten were first place vote but got good sup-.
Portland 131, Detroit 130 Long Beach State, Kentucky: port on most of the ballots after'
Boston 105, New York 97
Milwaukee 116, Seattle 83 Jacksonville, Michigan and Penn- beating Brown and George Wash-
Buffalo 115, Cincinnati 91 sylvania. ington.

-Daily-Terry McCarthy
Plotkin shows his strength as he
ars during a meet last year. At
ago Circle Campus last Saturday,
9.0 in the team preliminaries.
is he took eighth with a score of

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The top 20 with first place votes,
won - lost records through Saturday
night and total points on the basis of
20 for first, 18 for second, 16, 14, 12, 10,
8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 through 15 places:
1. UCLA (24) 2-0 803
2. Marquette (7) 2-0 739
3. North Carolina (9) 2-0 724
4. Ohio State (3) 2-0 505
5. Maryland (1) 2-0 476
6. Long Beach State 2-0 392
7. Kentucky 2-0 350
8. Jacksonville 2-0 197
9. MICHIGAN 2-0 195
10. Pennsylvania 2-0 189
11. South Carolina 1-0 188
12. Houston 2-1 177
13. Southern Cal 1-1 159
14. St. John's, N.Y. 2-0 93
15. Brigham Young 2-0 90
16. Louisville 1-1 85
17. Arizona State 2-0 68
18. Florida State 2-0 59
tie Villanova 2-0 59
20. North Carolina State 2-0 50
Other teams receiving votes, listed
alphabetically:
California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana,
Kansas,_ Loyola-New Orleans, Memphis,
State, Minnesota, Missouri, Murray
State, New Mexico State, Northern Illi-
nois, Providence, Purdue, Rhode Is-
land, St. Bonaventure, St. Louis, San
Francisco, Seton Hall, Southwestern
Louisiana, Syracuse, Tennessee, Utah
State, Virginia, Western Kentucky.

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