THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, February 13, 1975
'M' diver Craine aims
By JEFF LIEBSTER
This weekend begins Don
Craine's dive for the top. It
will be the first of three times
in the next six weeks he is to
face Ohio State's Tim Moore,
last year's Big Ten and NCAA
Craine, a native of sunny Fort
Lauderdale, is the premier diver
on Michigan's swim team. In
last year's national AAU cham-
pionships, he finished fifth in the
one meter competition and sixth s
off the three meter board.
This Saturday at 4:00 p.m.
Michigan hosts the Buckeyes
swim team at Matt Mann Pool.1
Also, on Friday at 8:00 p.m.
there will be a special diving
match between Craine and
Moore. For the team, Saturday's
meet will probably mean an-
other dual meet victory. For
Craine, it means the beginning
of his big showdown.
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diving credentials ever estab-
lished. The hard working pre-
med student, while managing to
maintain a 3.95 grade point
average, has collected 12 major
titles, including 5 Big Ten
championships, last year's NC-
AA title off both boards, and
Both divers have lost only
once in dual meet competition
this season, and it was to the
same opponent, Billy Heinz of
Craine, the former Florida
State low board champ, as-
sessed his chances against
Moore as "very good."
"It could go either way," he
surmised. "I definitely could
win it, but I can't afford to
miss a dive."
CRAINE'S teammate and fel-
low diver Dick Quint expressed
confidence in Don's ability to'
beat Moore. "Don's been work-
ing so hard that he appears
deceptively stale in practice,"
said Quint. "He hasn't missed a
workout since September, and
will be ready for Moore."
Craine will definitely have to
dive his best on Saturday after-
noon because Moore is coming
off a spectacular performance.
Last week against Michigan
State, Moore amassed a remark-
able 380 points. Craine's best
score is around 360.
"That was the best three
meter performance I've ever
seen," said Buckeye diving
coach Ron O'Brien. "He's an
Bearing all this in mind,
Craine will really have his work
cut out for him. He realizes
what he has to do, and appears
calm and willing to do it.
DIVING HAS not become
second nature at all for Don,
even though he has been doing
it for 16 years. He still works
2 -3 hours daily and has im-
proved steadily over his three
years at Michigan. Craine en-
joys being here, diving, and he
is especially fond of Coach Dick
"COACH KIMBALL is the
greatest," exclaimed Craine.
"He is the best coach in the
world. He makes working out
lots more fun because of all
the innovations he introduces.
I'm always learning something
Craine, a junior in the school
of education, has several goals;
immediate and long-range. He's
working on Big Ten, NCAA and
AAU diving championships, and
aspires to represent the United
States in the 1976 Olympics in
Montreal. But his love of diving
and respect for his coach are
accentuated by his expressed
desire to be like Kimball, a
Don has a firm foundation for
his dream, not because of his
dedication or love of the sport,
but because of the confidence
he exudes and will undoubtedly
pass on to his students.
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MICHIGAN STATE'S Terry Furlow, the Big Ten's leading scorer averaging over 21 points a
game, is on probation by Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke for an incident in a game
February 2 against Illinois. Furlow allegedly punched the Illini's R i c k Schmidt during the
game at Champaign. Here he is shown in action against Michigan last Saturday.
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Michigan football player Kirk
Lewis has been named to the
first team of the 1974 Academic
Lewis, a 6-3, 240 offensive
guard, is a student in Michigan's
Inteflex Program, an accelerat-
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He carries a 3.13 grade point
average in the highly competi-
Lewis, a starter most of the
way last fall, is one of two
Big Ten players named to the
first team. Ohio State's run-
ning back Brian Baschnagel
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State's Rich Baes made sec-
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Furlow on probation
CHICAGO - Michigan State's Terry Furlow, the Big Ten
Conference's leading basketball scorer, was placed on proba-
tion yesterday by Commissioner Wayne Duke for striking Illi-
nois' Rick Schmidt in a Feb. 1 game at Champaign, Ill.
Duke, citing the conference's Sportsmanlike Conduct
Code as applying in the case, said any further act of "un-
sportsmanlike conduct" by Furlow would result in his sus-
pension the remainder of the season.
Duke's action came after a study by conference officials
of a video tape of the incident in which Furlow slammed
Schmidt in the face with his forearm.
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LOS ANGELES - Outfielder Willie Davis of the Texas
Rangers has been sentenced to five days in jail after being
found in contempt of court for failing to make support payments
to his divorced wife and their three children.
Davis was originally sentenced to 90 days in jail by Su-
perior Court Commissioner Philip Erbsen, who found him guil-
ty on 18 counts of contempt Tuesday.
But 85 days of the sentence were stayed on the condi-
tion the former Los Angeles Dodgers' baseball player start
support payments of $1,750 a month and serve five days
According to court records Davis, recently traded from the
Montreal Expos to Texas, earns $110,800 a year and had made
no support payments during an 18-month period.
The couple was divorced in January of 1974.
Champ turns pro
BLOOMINGTON, MINN.-Harold "Champ" Henson, the
Ohio State fullback who sank to obscurity the past two seasons
after leading the nation in scoring as a sophomore, has signed
with the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League.
Henson suffered a knee injury early in the 1973 season
and was awirded another year of eligibility. He was also
eligible for this year's pro draft and Minnesota took him
in the fourth round.
"I decided after the Michigan game last fall that I was go-
ing to pass up my last year of eligibility. I didn't even get into
Due to inclimate weather on the East Coast, the ABA game
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Other cancelled basketball games include Seton Hall at
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