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Friday, March 14, 975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, March 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sports of TheDaily
Tumblers hold exhibition
Newt Loken's gymnastics squad will participate in an ex-
hibition meet tomorrow at Crisler Arena. The Varsity tumblers
will compete against former Wolverine gymnasts. The alumni
team will include Ted Mardi, Terry Boys and 1973 Big Ten all-
around champion Ray Gura. The meet is free and starts at 2:00.
State Chcke tourney begins
State high school hockey's semi-finals takes place tomorrow
at Yost Ice Arena. The first game begins at 7:15 when Trenton
takes on Lakeview. Calumet and Detroit Catholic Central face
off at 9:15. Tier 2 finals will begin Saturday at 3:00. Admission
is 1.50.
The finals for the high school dekers begins at 5:00 tomorrow
with a two dollar admission charge.
Stanford merges athletes
STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford University's previously sepa-
rate athletic programs for men and women have been mergedj
into a single department with head coaches in varsity sports
serving both men's and women's teams.
The first athletic scholarships for women will be awarded
next fall under the new program, announced Wednesday by
Stanford's president, Richard W. Lyman.
M*a SCO Rem~a"E~S a*** E

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By JEFF SCHILLER At the other forward spot is ing inside and fully utilizing his their limit
The names and faces change, ' 6-5 sophomore Marcus Johnson. superior size. Bruin quint
but the legend lives on. UCLA' A strong inside player, John- Drollinger's erratic shooting it, "They'r
has become synonomous with son likes to muscle his generally has been especially costly, as coachable.
college basketball supremacy. smaller opponents, though Mich- he is prone to shoot the ball The inc
It doesn't matter who plays for igan assistant Jim Dutcher whenever he gets it. Dutcher coaching c
the Bruins anymore, everyone claims, "People have been try- claims that, "Drollinger will Jabbar and
just assumes that John Wood- ing to muscle Wayman Britt all put the ball up 8 or 9 out of ev- large part
en's crew will emerge victor- season, but no one has yet been ery 10 times he gets it. He real- UCLA dyna
ious. able to do so successfully." ly likes to shoot." won two(
Not that they're wrong very Johnson probably possesses The most maligned part of teams whos
often. The present UCLA squad the most raw talent of anyone UCLA's team is the guard po- 6-5 with a
is 22-3 to date and has defeated on the Bruin squad, but he is, sition. 6-5 Pete Turgovich and pivot man
several high-ranking teams still learning on defense. His 6-3 Andre McCarter are both a John Woode
along the way. But the aura of speed is also suspect, partic- notch below the talent exhibited cellence, a
invincibility is cracking - just ularly against someone like on the Bruin front line, though cord is a
three weeks ago, a mediocre Britt. Finally, Johnson has sta- as Stanford coach Howie Doll- shoot for.
Washington quintet handed the mina problems resulting from a mar put it, "That's only rela- Which le
Bruins a 103-81 shellacking. 1 pre-season bout with hepatitis. tive. They're both fine basket- Bruins gr
UCLA circa 1975 CAN be The Bruins' centers are 6-9 ball players." UCLA myst
beaten. Whether it will happen RichardWamshintons an 7- The chief problem of both ap- Johnny Orr
is another question. No longer r Ralph Drollinger. Drollinger pears to be shooting. Turgo- week, "It's
are John Wooden's charges ap- started early in the season with vich hits only 42.6 per cent of John Wood
parent supermen - they have Washington sometimes operat- his shots while McCarter's Michigan's
weaknesses like most everyone ing as a forward. But Marcus statistics are even less im- past few y
else. But it's not enough just to Johnson's recovery from illness pressive: 37.4 from the field. able, buty
recognize the flaws: one must and Drollinger's erratic shoot- Both are physical and play good coaches es
exploit them through excellent ing have relegated the seven- defense. McCarter is the more of being on
execution. Such will be the footer to reserve status and turn-over prone, but he also Orr.
Michigan basketball team's installed Washington in the handles the ball most of the Houstons
goal Saturday night. Pivot. time. The chief reserve is 5-11 follows:
The Bruins' greatest strength . Jimmy Spillance who also is a "They're
lies at the forward position. 6-8 Washington is the best pure mediocre shooter (.403). very aggre
Dave Myers is a concensus All- soote mo h egurs Despite all the listed prob- UCLA tea
American, and a sure first- Thealems,UCLA is a fine basketball to devastat
roned nro pick, Myers can" '78 clip from the field, and team. These Bruins are a bit full court
score (18.7 per game), rebound also rebounds well. He is ham- tea nd T es prise anbit-fust
7 pered by a lack of speed and slower and less poised than pre- just and p
(7 per dame) and play defense, ,ee yalcko pe n vious Bruin teams, but they It takes a
but even he has deficiencies. an inability to handle the ball,
Iseem to be mr osiu fba hm
"'vers is a much greater of- which prevents him from driv- e more conscious of beat them.
fens th& reat a r o -e

ations than other
ets. As Wooden puts
re eminently more
'eased amount of
omes from the best.
d Walton played a
in establishing the
asty, but the Bruins
championships with
se tallest player was
less than inspiring
(Steve Patterson).
en is a symbol of ex-
nd his success re-
target for other to
ads to perhaps the
neatest advantage-
tique. It's still there.
has been saying all
an honor to play a
[en coached team.
record over the
ears has been envi-
you don't hear rival
tolling the privilege
n the same court as
summed up UCLA as
big, strong, and
ssive. It's a different
m; they're too slow
te people with their
press, but they ad-
play solid basketball
great team effort to
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AP Photo

Mvarch 111(dneIfss

NBA
New York 116, Portland 103
Cleveland 104, Los Angeles 85
Milwaukee 120, Atlanta 104
Buffalo 122,1Golden State 103
NI1L
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 0
WHA
Phoenix 5, New England 5, tie ot
Indianapolis 5, Toronto 4
College Basketball'
Arizona 94, East Carolina 78
Old Dominion 77, Tennessee St. 60
IOWA LEADS:

Exhibition Baseball
Cincinnati 3, Minnesota 2
Chicago (A) 5, St. Louis 0
New York (A) 7, New York (N) 6
Texas 8, Los Angeles 4
.Toston 9, Pittsburgh 2
Houston 2, Atlanta 1
Montreal 6, Detroit 5
Milwaukee 3, Chicago (N) I
San Francisco 6,
Cleveland 4, 10 innings
Oakland 10, Arizona St. 8
Kansas City 7, Baltimore 6

High School Quarterfinals
Class A
Dearborn Fordson 58,
Lansing Everett 55
Flint Northwestern 70,
Muskegon 59
Highland Park 84, Berkley 55
Plymouth Salem 70,
Pontiac Cent. 57
Class B
Jackson Lumen Christi 55,
Detroit Lutheran West 47
Lakewood 52, Flint Powers 42
Mt. Pleasant 56. Ironwood 47
Wyo. Godwin Heights 68,
Albion 54

Class C
Bay City All Saints 59
White Cloud 48
Cassopolis 85, Musk. Christian 83
Hamtramck St. Florian 62,
East Jackson 51
Negaunee 69, Benzie Central 67
Class I)
Allendale 59, Frankfort 56
Crystal Fails Forest Park 75,
Harbor Springs 64
Detroit East Cath. 70,
G allsn 54
Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 75,
Waterford Our Lady 55

fensiv e threat away from the
bpsket," proclaims Washington
assistant coach Denny Hous-
ton," and he has a tendency to
force his shots from long-range.
We beat UCLA by keening a
mandraped on Myers from ther
time he got the ball - over-
playina seemed to bother him."
Another problem for Myers
may be his health. He is re-
portedly suffering from a leg
injury, though how much hisi
play will be hampered remains
questionable.

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By CLARKE COGSDILL rett went into a clinch on I s !..... ..... crushing blow when Bob Hl-
special To The Daly McCrory,atripped him back- and, who would havegbeen
Princeton - Michigan's mat-c wards and fell on his chest. IDa uI seeded second at 158 got his
men wrestled their way to me- The fall, 41 seconds into the grades.
diocre but satisfying results in second period happened im- Oklahoma State, ranked num-
the first day of the NCAA mediately. 20I ber one going into the torna-
wrestling championships here' Dan Brink had better luck, ment has four quarter finalists,
yesterday. meeting a guy named Craig NIGHT EDITOR. b bt suffered the key losses of
The Maize and Blue won all Artist from the University of JOHN CHAVEZ " Martin, who was eliminated
the matches they were sup- Nebraska-Omaha. A relatively .... and the two Jacksons, John
posed to win, lost all the match- easy 9-S win gave Brink the adtetoJcsnJh
HAftersqueaking through and Jimmyv.
es they were supposed to lose, right to face Iowa's Dan Holm, man. fe 1
and became one of the 39'the tournament's second seeded to an overtime victory in a Jim Brown dec. nave McClain
teams to advance at least one wrestler at 158. rat tail match Rohn got beat (wash.), 5-2; dec. Ervin Gonzalez
man into today's quarter finals. It'was a typical Brink-Holm 4-1 by Steve Pilcher of UCLA, (N. Colo.), 11-6.
That one qualifier, Jim match and the 13-4 score in the and s eliminated when Pi- Steve parr r' {okia .s.) pinned
Brown figures to do better Hawkeye's favor tells it all. Cher lost, 8-4, to obscure Sev Brad McCrory, z:41
than most of the other men Mark Johnson had a simi- Popolizio of Boston U. 158
in his category. He won his ar experience at 167. After In all, 20 of the tournament's DanB rink dec. Craig Artist (U.
eb. - Omaha), 9-5, lost to Dan
two matchestoday, showed coming back from an early 60 seeded wrestlers took losses, Holm (Iowa) 13-4,
his best form of the year deficit to beat Rick Nelson and four of them were knocked 167
and needs only to beat peo- of Illinois 9-5 he too won the out for good when the men who Mark Johnsonsde. Rick Nelson
ple he has beaten before to right to face the number two beat them dropped a subsequent (41. ), 95, lost to Jeff Oakland
reach the finals Saturday seed at his weight. match. In addtiion to Martin (Oka), 8- Hwt.
night This time it was Jeff Callard and Rohn, Wyoming's Jody Larry Bieleberg (Ore.) pinned
Today he will face Nick of Oklahoma. He took only 13 Sloan needed sixth at 150 and Mitch marsicano,t Ttas
Gallo of Hofstra whom he su- seconds to score the first take- Mark Lieberman of Lehigh, Iowa 23j, Oklahoma 19, Iowa
perior decisioned in a dual down on Johnson, and for most seeded sixth at 167 bit the dust. state 15, Brigham Young 12%-
meet last December. The win- of the last minute and a half Iowa has placed six men in MICHIGAN 4.
ner of that match confronts had Johnson within two inches today's quarter-finals and has
either Mike MacArthur of Min- of getting pinned. clearly set itself up as the
nesota or Nabil Guketlov from Callard piled an exorbitant team to beat. The Hawks eight
Montclair State. '5:45 riding time advantage over men have a combined record of U-M Stylists
Brown has beaten MacArthur1 his Michigan foe. 16-2, including 3 superior deci-
twice this year andtopped Losing to these good wrestlers sions, and six falls. Open 8:30 a.m.
Gutketlov in a match at 126. provides a certain perverse Oklahoma and Iowa State M n.St
"We did about as good as we benefit. If the guys who beatb laced five but for the'Mon.-Sat.
could expect, given the caliber Michigan's wrestlers make it;bth p
of competition we faced," said through this afternoons quarter- most part, their individuals-
Michigan Coach Bill Johanne- finals - and they all should - haven't looked as good as UM Union
sen. In several of those matches McCrory. Brink, Johnson, and Iowa's. Iowa State received a
both expectations were low. Marsicano will stay alive for ---- _--
Mitch Marsicano, for ex- the consolation round, which
amnle received his baptism kicks off tomorrow evening..oin the O y, SportS a 1
ineNCAA competition from "T think everyone of them Jon te D iy S ot7tf
the tournament's top seeded 'cn potentially place," Jo-
Heavyweight. Larry Bielen- h pnne'en said, trying to put
berg of Oregon State. the best possible face on the
With about a minute to go siintion.
in the second period, Marsicano "This tournament's just a vi-
trailing five to zero tried to cio's zoo, and anything can
work a sitout for an escape, as hanen."
he did last December against Among the strange things
Larry Avery of Michigan State. :that have gone on already in-jj
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fall. second seeded wrestlers. Billy
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