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lednesday, March 19, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

TH0IHGNDIYPg ee

Michifis I

set

to

sy nchronize
in FRESHWOMAN Lisa Chomric to be a great swimmer to be in
he said, "We wear costumes in the the Michifish program, but

By MARCIA KATZ
It's MICHIFISH time again? i
Thursday through Saturday at
8:15 p.m. in Margaret Bell Pool -l
one can sit back and watch the
synchronized swim team pre-s
sent its yearly show for a mere
$1.50.
This year's show, "Improver- . NIGHT EDITOR.
bization," stresses the theme of JON CHAVEZj
proverbs and adages. The show
opens with "Journey of 1000
Miles Starts with a Single Step" they start working on th=r
and closes with "All's Well that skills-improving their figures
Ends Well." Halftime enter- (stunts) in the water," Linder-
tainment features a select group man said. "They must be awareI
of IM comedy divers, of swimming with each other

and 25 yard torpedo scolHing,
which the body glides while 1

hands move through the water
Typical synchronized meets
consist of figure competitions,
with scoring in novice, joyiior
stunt and senior stunt cate-
gories.
Novice, consisting of the bal-
let leg and walkover, requires
the least skill. Junior stunts
feature the Eiffel rower in
which 'the ballet leg is folded
over by the surface leg.
THE MOST complex caiego-r7
is senior stunts. Catalinb 'Ial-

meets, but don't use props (such
as canes in dance numbers.)
They're trying to make it more
of a sport than a show."
Chomic said one doesn't have
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NHL STANDINGS
DIVISION 1

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Philadelphia
N. Y. Rangers
N. Y. Islanders
Atlanta
DIV
Vancouver
Chicago
St. Louis

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43
33
29
28
ISION 2
34
33
30

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18
24
24
29

T Pts.
10 96
13 79
18 76
13 69

THE INTERPRETIVE danc-I
ing of Gretchen Klein will high-
light the show. Klein will dance
while various proverbs are read,
accompanied by an illustrating
slide show.
Joyce Linderman, in her
seventh year as Michigan's syn-
chronized swimming coach, is
pleased with this year's team.
"They've been a very pleas-
ant group to work with," Lin-,
derman said. "It's a nice show
people will be interested in
watching."

and get the feeling of synchron- let leg
ization." vertical
The swimmers participate in ontalt
both a joint team and club.z
For team meets, based on in- quired
dividual competition, anyone on In af
the club can participate. at Bow
The squad's first meet, iast finished
Nov. 1 at Western, was an un- Ohio S
usual synchronized racing meet. McKinl
Michigan finished third behind Helenl
their hosts and Eastern Michi- novice
gan. In thi
feature
SCORING IN the meet was team,3
based on two events: the 25 tainers

with a twist t
l) and the tail spin;

the
in

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nr1n cinnc1 urni U A LU~r

29
.31
28
44
47

to the vertical are re-
stunts in this group.
figures competition meet
ling Green, Jan Jackyaon
d second in novic-. At
tate in January, Kathy
ey placed second and
Henveld fifth out of 271
swimmers.
is same meet, which also
d routines, Michigaa's A
the "42nd Street Enter-
placed third. A Wol-

Minnesota
Kansas City
Di
Montreal
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
Detroit
Washington
D
Bu ffalo
Boston
Toronto
California

20
14
DIVISION 3
42
37
33
20
6
DIVISION 4
43
39
28
18

11
15
25
40
60
13
21
30
41

8
7
13
6
10
17
19
14
11
5
15
11
13
11

76
73
73
46
38
101
93
80
51
17
101
89
69
47

must work hard on the stunts.
This differs from, speed :wim-
ming, which emphasizes skill.
THE TEAM'S last meet of the
year is the Intercollegiate com-
petition April 5-8 at the Umver-
sity of Pittsburgh. Six routines
from this weekend's show will
be included in this meet.
Only a few of the Big Ten
synchronized swimming squads
are recognized as teams. In
addition to the Blue, Michigan
State, Ohio State and Wiscon-
sin will compete in the inter-
collegiates.
UNTIL RECENTLY the team
paid for its own expenses, in-
cl!Iding costumes and travel,
with east shows' proceeds. The
University recently allotted
some funds to the club.
So put on your boots and wade
throg the construction area to
catch tie MICHIFISH sub-
merged.
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AP Photo
CLEVELAND FORWARD Jim Brewer (52) drives past Washington's Tom Kozelko in action
rom the Cavaliers' upset of the Bullets last night. Former Minnesotan Brewer is one of the
nany to go from the Big Ten into the NBA. K ozelko, who played his college ball in Toledo,
vas the Michigan Invitational tourney MVP in 1972.
LAYOFF HOPES DIM:

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clobber

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IN THEIR dress rehearsal yard single ballet leg, in which verine trio, "The Carregy
last night the team presented a one leg remains in the air while Beat," danced their way to
special show for a group of one moves through the water, second place.
senior citizens.
Tryouts for the club began
in September, with final selec-
threewomn adoolvmnecrn-e ofthe 'm'eek
tions made by October. Twenty-
trsun ach This week's recipients of the The Wolverine record stood at
prise this year's sadeach Wolverine of the Week award 19-7 before falling to UCLA and
or five roptines in theshow. are Michigan basketball coach many thought that Orr, last
Selectionsor ss nJohnny Orr, his staff, and the year's Big Ten Coach of the
are based on individual skill. Maize and Blue cagers for last Year, faced a more difficult
Saturday night's performance in task this campaign after losing
"THE FIRST half of the year the 1975 NCAA playoffs. three of the 1974 squad's top
" F Heavy underdogs in first seven players - including All-
round tournament action, the American Camp Russell.
hoopsters fought their way back Senior co-captains Joe John-,
to an 87-87 tie in regulation play son and C.J. Kupec ended their
against the second-ranked UCLA Michigan careers and helped
Bruins at Pullman, Wash. lead a team which possessed no
Although UCLA defeated the individual superstars.
tr o 1,0 f Wolverines 103-91 in overtime, But with the support of
Michigan surprised the Bruins, Bs
wvhom, according to forward sophomores Steve Grote and
whm acrin ofowr John Robinson and junior
ington Bullets last night. Richard Washington, felt that Wayman Britt, the Wolverines
The Cavaliers are fighting Indiana was "by far and Waymsn Brts the Wolerne
with the New York Knicks for away" the best team in the suprised fas and made true
their claim that Michigan
the wild card spot in the East- Big Ten. could in fact win without Rus-
ern Conference playoffs. Michigan qualified for the ex- sell.
Cleveland built an 11-point panded NCAA tournament by;
first-period lead by outscoring winning seven of its last eight That they did. And an un-
Washington 15-4 during a five- Big Ten games, including vic- scouted Michigan team thrilled!
minute stretch. Snyder had 13 tories over Michigan State, Min- television viewers in that UCLA
pointihe rst perod 3nesota and Purdue. It was the game with a well-executed fast
pointe Bulle firhoerid the second straight year Michigan break, sharp defense and poise.
CetralDivtshobyle6aterallied for an NCAA playoff The Maize and Blue nearly
Central Division by 16 games, berth. knocked off a Bruin quintetI
narrowed their deficit to 54-44 which was perhaps mentally un-
a the end of the first half, out- prepared for the Big Ten brides-
scoring Cleveland 18-8 with maids.
Dick Gibbs. Mike Riordan and{
Elvin Hayes contributing four So, the 1975 roundball seasonI
Elinsapyescotribtinsefouris over for the Maize and Blue.
points apiece to the second- They were 19-8, second in the
quarter effortIBig' Ten and for the second

SCORES
NBA
Cleveland 112, Washington 98
Boston 116, DETROIT 90
Chicago 111, Philadelphia 96
Houston 122, Buffalo 115
KC-Omaha 105, Atlanta 101
Golden State 133, Phoenix 103
NHL
Philadelphia 7, Washington 2
Los Angeles 5, Minnesota 3
Vancouver 4, N. Y. Islanders 4
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2
WHA
Phoenix 7, Chicago 3
College Basketball
NIT
St. John's 57, Manhattan 56
Providence 101, Pittsburgh 80
Exhibition Baseball
Baltimore 11, Texas 8
Chicago (A) 7, Cincinnati 5
DETROIT 11, Montreal 10
Milwaukee 8, Oakland 7
California 5, Cleveland 4
Houston 5, Kansas City 2
Chicago (N) 4, San Francisco 1

By The Associated Press against the Pistons in any quar- and Dave Cowens hit 18 for
aon Nelson, the leading field ter this year. Boston. George Trapp led the
al shooter in the National Detroit played without center Pistons attack with 23 points'
sketball Association, hit 11 Bob Lanier, who was out with and Howard Porter offered 18.1
13 s -s and scored 27 points a left knee injury and the Pis- The loss was Detroti's third:

t night to pace the Boston
ltics to a convincing 116-
victory over the Detroit Pis-
is. The triumph was Bos-
i's fifth straight.
'he Celtics outscored Detroit
40 in the second half, in-
ding a 43-point fourth-quar-
total, the most points scored
S ports of

tons came from a 13-point de- in a row.
ficit in the first quarter to lead

* * *

50-48 at halftime. Bulls break
Boston guard Jo Jo White's Ch a Bull led b
seven points in the third quar- ChetWalker's30-point barrage,
ter sparked a 25-17 Celtic ad- abandoned their traditional
vantage and high-flying Boston pattern offense last night and
was never headed. used a fast break plan to sink~
Paul Silas scored 22 points Philadelphia 111-96. s
Six players scored in double
figures for the Bulls, while a
rugged defense held Philadel-
phia to' 37 points in the first
half.
The loss put the 76ers in a
precarious position to win a
wildcard playoff berth., TheI

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NBA STANDINGS

,jr iy iu ii ui z l
straight year represented them-
selves well in NCAA competi-
tion.

1 76ers, fighting with New York EAS
d fart era and Cleveland for the position, Al
,EAST LANSING, Mich. - Clarence "Biggie" Munn, who as f ick admthes behinthe los Boston
ch and athletic director built Michigan State University into column behind Cleveland, Buffalo
ational football power, died Tuesday at the age of 66. which beat Washington. New York
-A Michigan State spokesman said Munn died at 11:06 Walker, who played only two
.m. from complications following his second stroke, suf- quarters, collected 15 points in C
ared March 10. An initial stroke Oct. 7, 1971, disrupted his the third quarter as the Bulls Washingtt
Houston
3-year reign as athletic director. built up an 84-60 bulge. Cleveland
Munn had been hospitalized since Saturday and his condi- Philadelphia's Doug Collins Atlanta
n had been deteriorating, a college spokesman said. and Billy Cunningham, who New Orlea
Munn was active for nearly 40 years as a college player, scored 22 points each, were WES
Ich, and athletic director. He became Michigan State head benched early in the fourthM
Ich in 1947, serving until 1953 when he became athletic direc-' quarter along with Fred Carter Chicago
and handed the coaching reigns to Duffy Daugherty. Cdefeat. Milwauke
He coached Michigan State's 1952 national champion, * Detroit
nd his 1953 team tied for the Big Ten championship, then Cvis crunch P
von the Rose Bowl. Golden St
Munn was an All-American guard at Minnesota, then held Bobby Smith and Dick Sny- Seattle
ichingJobs at Minnesota, Albright College, Syracuse, andder scored 23 points apiece to Portland
acig j;sa instAbihtClee yaue n lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to Phoenix
chigan before coming to Michigan State. -AP lad th2-9e Cve vaerto Phoe
a 112-98 victory over the Wash- LoAge

TERN CONFERENCE

FLANTIC
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ENTRAL
on
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DIVISION
4 L Pct.
51 20 .718
43 29 .597
34 37 .479
33 40 .452
DIVISION
52 20 .722
38 36 .514
36 37 .493
29 46 .387
19 51 .271

TERN CONFERENCE
IDWEST DIVISION
42 29 .592
aha 40 32 .556
e 34 37 .479
35 39 .473
ACIFIC DIVISION
tate 42 32 .567
35 37 .486
31 40 .437
29 42 .408
es 26 45 .366

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oaches' picks
TEMPE, Ariz. - David Thompson of North Carolina State,
first unit selection for the third time, heads the 1974-75 All-
nerica basketball team named Tuesday by the National As-
:iation of Basketball Coaches.
Others named to the first team were David Myers of
CLA, Adrian Dantley of Notre Dame, John Lucas of Mary-
and and Ron Lee of Oregon.
The second team was composed of Scott May of Indiana,
ther "Tickey" Burden of Utah, Leon Douglas of Alabama,
vin Grevey of Kentucky and Guss Williams of Southern Cali-
mna.
Named to the third unit were Lionel Hollins of Arizona
te, Alvin Adams of Oklahoma, Bernard King of Tennessee,
Quinn Buckner and Steve Green of Indiana.
-AP:
,per Rose Bowl
HONOLULU-The Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. was
ected yesterday by National Football League owners as the
of Super Bowl XI, to be played on Jan. 9, 1977.
Commissioner Pete Rozelle said the decision came on the:
th ballot.
Six cities submitted bids to hold the NFL championship
Ae-
-A.P.

N1
SThe TOD 20
By The Associated Press
The Top Twenty, with first-place;
votes in parentheses, season records
and total points. Points tabulated
on thetbasis of 20-18-16-14-12-109
8-736-4-4-3-2-1:
1. Indiana (41) 30 820
2. UCLA 24- 6881
3. Louisville 25 2 623
4. Maryland 23-4 564
5. Kentucky 23-4 549
6. North Carolina 22-7 405 I
7. Arizona State 24-3 374
8. N. Carolina St. 22-6 307
9. Notre Dame 19-8 204
10. Marquette 23-4 201
11. Alabama 22-5 166
12. Cincinnati 22-5 127
13. Oregon State 18-10 85
14. Drake 19-10 65
15. Pennsylvania 23-5 57
16. Nevada-Las Vegas 23-4 39I
17. Kansas State 19-8 38
18. Southern Cal 18-8 24
19. Centenary 2534 23
20. Syracuse 21-7 22
Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Arizona, Boston Col-
lege, Clemson, Creighton, Furman,
Kansas, Memphis State, MICHI-
GAN, Oral Roberts, Oregon, Pan
American, Princeton, Providence,
Rutgers, South Carolina, Stetson,
Texas-EI Paso, Texas Tech, Tulane.

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