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Thursday, January 23, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, January23, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page' Nine

MSU TOO MUCH,

By KATHY HENNEGAN
"If we can just put two first
halves together, we'll have a
good game", said Coach Car-
men Borders, After playing "a
helluva first half", the wom-
en's basketball team dropped a
54-36 decision to arch-rival
Michigan State last night at
Crisler Arena.
Michigan jumped out to an
early lead, and outplayed the
taller Spartans, heavy favor-
ites, for the first twenty min-f
utes. The score was deadlock-
ed at 22 all at the half. MSU
scored twelve unansweredc
points early in the second half,t
and was never again threat-1
ened.#
State's Linda Stoick led allI
scores with 26. Guard Carolj
Klomperan led the Wolverines
with 14 points and Colleen
Woodbury contributed eight
to the losing effort.1
Klomperan, dubbed "The
Threat" by Borders, kept Michi-
gan in the contest, scoring ten
of the Wolverines' first twelve
points. She has a fine outsidej
shot, and was moved into a
starting position just this week.
Teammate Margie Rosenberg
praised Klomperan; ,"It takes
her awhile to get her range, but

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end." that. Collectit
Said Klomperan, "If we can short."
figure out how to stop choking, The team's r
we can have ourselves a game." Next action i,
Rosenberg added, "Carol Crisler, when
didn't shoot enough in the sec- Wayne State.
ond half. They started covering
her more, and there should A crowd of;
have been an open person, but up for the fir
we couldn't find her." r "It's great tha
Rosenberg, a guard, and one up," said to h
of the few "veterans" from last lrthelpsto h
year's team, was happy with port once i a
the performance. "I thought we The JV also
played a real good game. I real- tans, 71-27.

beat State, but
e could after last
y blew us off the
s start off realI
don't know. We!
ng. Our offense
you have to cut!
run, and we just
hg.
tall enough. I
rhat to do about
vely we're real
record is now 0-3.
s February 4 at
the cagers face
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lost to the Spar-

Downie swims for
Blue...adBritain
By ED LANGEI
In an age where specialization is the norm, the multi-purpose
swimmer is a priceless commodity. In order for a swim team to

Doily Photo by E. SUSAN SHEINER
MICHIGAN'S Colleen Woodbury guns for two of her eight points in last night's game with
Michigan State, while teammate Linda Sever in (24) positions for a possible rebound. The
women cagers faded in the second half and lost, 54-36.
AFTER LOSS TO NO. 1 LSU

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after that she just pops them be successful, it must have that one man who can go in almost
in, like a machine." any event and score points. Michigan has that type of individual
in sophomore Gordon Downie.
The key to the second half col- One good look at Downie is enough to tell you that the man
lapse, felt Borders, was foul is an athlete. He has the long, lean muscled look of a swimmer
trouble. "That kills us every with powerful shoulders.
game", commented the rueful Gord is from Williamsville, New York, a suburb of
coach, who lost Woodbury and Buffalo, where he prepped at Williamsville North High
forward Roberta Zald. School. The list of his prep awards is topped by being named
high school All-American in his senior year in the 200 free-
style, 400 freestyle and honorable mention in the 100 free-
losing Zald was a turning style.
point. "That's what killed us. Last year he was named amateur athlete of the year in
When Roberta fouled out, we Western New York.
just couldn't stop Stoick. We Downie is a dual citizen, as his father is a native of Scotland.
The dual citizenship plays a key role in his athletic future.
For the past four years, he hastbeen swimming in inter-
national competition as a member of the Scottish swim team in
the British Commonwealth games and also for the Great Britain
team. Needless to say, this has been a great experience for
P he# ?Down ie.
p h e r s akeGordon frankly admits that he is pointing "to the 1976
Olympics with Great Britain. I'm already committed." When
asked about swimming in international competition and his
two excellent rigmen, Mike relationships with the British swimmers, Downie remarked that
Wilber and Tim Baardson. "I've been swimming over there 'for four years and every
spot, it is the pommel horse. summer. I know them pretty well."
The Gophers lack top specialists "Swimming is a unique sport in that it doesn't have any
to support all-arounders Jeff boundaries," he continued, "the first real rivalry in swimming
LaFluer, Jeff Stokwell and Jay is the one between the United States and East German girls.
Lowinske. The Blue should have Usually, you just compete against each other in the meet and
a much easier time here than then everybody goes out and drinks that night. The meet is
they did against LSU. forgotten," Downie concluded.
The lineup for Michigan sports He almost didn't come to' Michigan, admitting that he "was
few changes from a week ago. leaning towards Harvard," but that he ,changed his mind when
The all-around features Co- he was on his way to London to compete in the Coca-Cola games.
Leclerc and Harley Dannerre "I started thinking about school and the more I thought about it,
floor exercise-Randy Sakamoto Michigan sounded better. I decided I wanted the bigger campus.
and Chuck Stillerman; pommel When I got to London I wrote to the Harvard coach and told him
horse - Rupert Hansen and I was going to Michigan."
Jerome Poynton; the rings-Joe Downie went to the Matt Mann swim camps and knew of
Neuenswander and Scott Ponto; Gus Stager's reputation so he was already well oriented to the
vaulting - Bob Darden and Michigan swim program.
Richard Bigras; parallel bars- Last year, as a freshman, Downie placed fourth in the 200
Darden and Bigras; and on the freestyle, second in the 500 freestyle and fourth in the 1600
high bar - Darden and Bob freestyle at the Big Ten Conference Championships. "Last year
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By MICHAEL WILSON
After suffering a tough defeat
at the hands of the LSU Tigers
last weekend, Michigan's gym-
nasts head to Minnesota Satur-
day to face what could be their
toughest Big Ten opponent in
dual meet competition.
Last week's loss, the first
dual meet loss for Michigan
since 1973, was to the number-
one ranked team in the nation.
"We were simply beaten by a
superior team," Coach Newt;
Loken said. "It was a real
privilege for us to have com-
peted against the No. 1 ranked
team in the country."
MICHIGAN matched the Ti-
gers in every event except the
pommel horse and parallel bars,:
where LSU outscored the Wol-
verines heavily.
"When you give your oppon-I
ents a full two points on thei
pommel horse and over threeI
full points on the parallel bars
then you know you're not in the

hall park," a disconsolate Loken siderably in - the next four to
said. five weeks since some men in
In spite of the loss, Lokeni the line-up had not really been
praised the Wolverine efforts, in a routine performance situa-
citing many bright spots. "The tion for months because of in-
team did show great spirit juries."
throughout the meet even when Over 4500 fans, a record dual-
behind by over two full points meet crowd for LSU, saw the:
after the second event. And go- Tigers top Michigan.
ing into the last event (high Things don't promise to get
bar) when a win was out of easier for Michigan. The Wol-;
reach, the guys still hustled with verines' trip to Minneapolis
their routines with a good event Saturday promises to be an-
score of 35.3," Loken added. other tough meet.
IN THE HIGH bar, senior "THEY ALWAYS seem to
Bruce Medd and freshman Bob psych up for us, and with the
Creek both scored over 9 points. Gymnastic Alumni Day attract-
Michigan competed without ing many of the old charges
the services of senior all-around plus the expected large crowd,
performer Jean Gagnon and co- it will be one heck of a meet,"
captain Carey Culbertson. Lo- Loken promised.
ken feels this had a definite The trip to Minnesota means
effect- on Michigan's perform- a return to Loken's alma mater.
ance. The Wolverine mentor is a
"Give us a month and we'd graduate of the class of '42.
like a re-match against the The Gophers possess one of
Tigers," Loken said. "I feel the top performers in the floor
our team can improve con- exercise in Curt Adams, md'
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By MARCIA MERKER
Engraved on a plaque which hangs in the IM
building, are the names of 160 of Michigan's
best athletes sin-ce 1928.
Few of those names, however, would ring
even the faintest bell in the memory of the
Wolverine's most devoted trivia collector.
They are the members of the Michigan
chapter of the national honorary athletic
fraternity, Sigma Delta Psi; an organization
which has admitted only seven members
here since 1970.
The stated purpose of the all male fraternity
is "to promote the total fitness of college stu-
dents with emphasis on physical fitness." Mem-
bership is attained by passing fourteen physical
tests and attending at least two-year college or
university.
According to Sigma Delta Psi's Secretary
Treasurer, Ben McGuire, "A man with a tra-
ditional background or a great deal of agility,
like a gymnast, will fare well in the tests."
Among the requirements are that an ap-
plicant must run the 100-yd dash in 11.6, put
a 16-pound shot 30 feet, run the mile in six
minutes, swim 100 yards in 1:45, punt a
football 120 feet and throw a baseball 250
feet.
Any one req'liremnent, except swimming, may
be substituted for by a varsity letter or an
intramural championship.
Sigma Delta Psi ws founded in 1912 at In-

200 chapters across the country.

NBA
Dectroit 96, Portland 94
Washington 97, Kansas City-
Omaha 88
Boston 110, New Orleans 102
ABA
Kentucky 114, Memphis 91
St. Louis 129, San Diego .124, OT
NHL
Pittsburgh 7, California 5
WHA
Vancouver 2, Minnesota i
Indianapolis 3, Winnipeg 1
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Clemson 83, Maryland 82
North Carolina 85, Virginia 70
Alabama 97, Georgia Tech 80

he didn't astound us till the Big Ten Championships; then he was
really outstanding," commented Coach Gus Stager.
"I think he's developed since he's been in college. When
he first came here he hadn't matured yet as an athlete,"
added Stager.
Downie's main weakness, according 'to Stager, is that "he has
a tendency to either swim a very intelligent race or a dumb one.
"He's a terrific swimmer, though," continued Stager, "he has all
the potential."
"Obviously, he's an international swimmer," Stager con-
tinued, "if he ever really got serious, he could win internation-
ally."
The Wolverines entertain Southern Illinois Saturday in Matt
Mann pool at 4:00 p.m. The Salukis will pin their hopes on two
excellent and versatile swimmers, Dave Swenson and Jorge
Delgado. Freestyler Delgado has already posted outstanding times
in the 500 and 1000 yard events this season.

Ohio State has taken the national team
competition for the last two years, which
means that they inducted ten men whose
total records bettered those of any other
chapter with ten new members.
The only other competition that Sigma Delta}
Psi sponsors isthe national membership con-
test, won by the school with the most inductees.
West Point has won the title two years run-
ning with 42 total inductions.I
Since 1968 the number of men inducted an-
nually has been decresing, but Sigma Delta Psi
does not plan to lower its standards.
"We do not plan to loosen the requirements
for membership," states McGuire, adding that,
"the athletes of today are in better shape than
those of 1912.
"We do think that ABC's superstar com-
petition will lead to a resurgence in our
fraternity as college students will begin to
associate with the all-around super athlete.
"However, with school systems across the
country having economic problems, physical
education programs are the first to be cut
back and this will make a difference in Sigma
Delta Psi."
Presently at Michigan there are two students!
trying out for the fraternity. In 1971 two Michi-
gan men passed the tests and in '73 one man
made it.
In that same vein, a women's honorary so-

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