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Thursday, March 27, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

I

Indiana

favored

to

win

swim

title

By ED LANGE expects the Hoos
A contingent of nine Michigan USC for the num
men will carry the Maize and since Steve Furnis
Blue banner in the NCAA swim- swimmer, is not
ming and diving championships covered from a br
which open today in Cleveland. fered early in the
Eight swimmers-Tom Szuba, A realistic team
Gordon Downie, Rob Helt, Fred to finish in the to
Yawger, Pat Bauer, Joe Bauer, Downie, Craine an
Norm Semchyshen and .Jihn all seasoned vete
Daly-plus diver Don Craine young swimmers i
will compete in the three day Bauer, Helt and1
meet at Cleveland State Univer- be awed by the m
sity. it's gonna be the
Washington, Stanford and Stager said. "Th
North Carolina State may to have to go a l
challenge for the national Yawger and Dal
crown, but Indiana and South- peting in the 200;
ern California appear to be butterfly, respec
the top two. USC took the also goes in 400 m
championships last year, edg- Semchyshen and
in Indiana by one point. be swimming in
Michigan coach Gus Stager and 1650 yard fre
declined to speculate about zhe plus the 800 and4
Wolverines' finish. However, he style relays.

iers to edge
ber one spot,
s, USC's best
yet fully ze-
roken leg suf-
season.
goal woud be
op ten. Szuba,
rd 'Bauer are
rans, but the
like Daly, Jqe
Yawger could'
neet. "Mos ly,
competition,"
ey are going
ot faster."
y will be corn-
and 100 yard
tively. Daly
medley relay. k
d Downie will
the 200, 500
4estye revents
400 yard free-

Pat Bauer will swim the
100 and 200 yard breaststroke
and is on the 800 yard free-
style relay. He has just re-
turned from Germany where
he competed as a member
of the U.S. national team
against the East Germans.
Rob Helt is entered ii the
100 backstroke and 400 yard
relay while Szuba will swim in
the 400 and 200 yard individual
medley, and the 800 and 400
yard relays.
Michigan's top diver, Don
Craine, came up with two sec-
ond place finishes at the Big
Tens and looms as a strong
candidate for national honors.
His main competition will be
from the man who beat him in,
the conference tourney., 'I :m
Moore of OSU.

WOLVERINE GYMNASTS FAVORED

Solo duels

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By SCOTT LEWIS conference's top all-around per-
Now that the dual meet por- formers, however, in Chuck Ew-
tion of the season has ended ing. If he can leave Ann Arbor x D a 1
SBig T - with the Big Ten all-around
nastic teams, all will attempt title, most Buckeye followers
to finish the season in a suc-- will forget a dismal team per- _ o r
cessful manner in the Big Ien formance. NIGHT EDITORS:
championships this weekend at This year, Ewing won eight ANDY GLAZER
Crisler Arena. all-around titles in nine dual MICHAEL WILSON
Most coaches concede the meets, with his only loss coming :.
team title to Michigan's power- at the hands of Michigan fresh-
ful squad, but every gymnast man Harley Danner. His aver- COACH JIM Sweeney figures
will compete with individual age score was an excellent 51 Michigan and Iowa to battle it
titles in mind, points, with his best perform- out for the team title, but he,
ance of the season earning 53.45 has high hopes for Ewing to'
The Buckeyes finished their points, win the all-around.
dual meet season with a dsap- Besides Ewing, Ohio State A team that hopes to be in
pointing 4-5 record and stand possesses strong performers in the running for the crown is
little chance of capturing a pommel horse specialist Ed Minnesota. They possess able
team championship. Keith, vaulter Mel Morton, and competitors in each event,dand
Gregg Peters on the parallel must be considered the dark
THEY DO possess one of the bars. . horse of the meet.

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Pistons top Blazers;
Flames burn Win

The Gophers are led by an-,
other top-notch all-arounder in
Jeff Lafleur. Unfortunately La-
fleur suffered a wrist injury
earlier and he may not be able
to perform up to his normal
capabilities.

"IT WILL be
for us as Lafleur

disappointing
might not be

From Wire Service Reports sank free throws to give the
DETROIT-Four Detroit Pis- Pistons the victory.
tons scored 20 or more points,
including Dave Bing with 281 E-Edestone stars
and Curtis Rowe's season high ATLANTA-Tim Ecclastone's
of 26, to spark a 110-107 National goal with less than six minutes
Basketball Association victory left last night provided the win-
last night over the Portland ning margin, and the Atlanta
Trail Blazers. Flames defeated the Detroit Red
The triumph, Detroit's third Wings 5-3.
in a row, gave the Pistons a Ecclestone took a pass from
three-game margin over the Tom Lysiak and fired a 13 toot
Blazers and a 3 -game pad shot past Detroit goalie Bill
over Milwaukee in their quest McKenzie to snap a 3-3 tie.
for a wildcard playoff berthI Gerry Meehan scored the final
Detroit has five games left to goal with 1:32 left in :he game.
play. Atlanta took a 2-0 lead in the
Detroit led 79-67 late in the first period, but Danny Grant of
third period, but Portland ril- Detroit tied the score ;n the
lied and hit 11 straight at the first two minutes of the seond
beginning of the fourth quar- period with his 46th and 47th
ter to tie it at 87-87. goals of the season.
Rowe hit a three-point play_ --____.
and" Bob Lanier and Dave Bing - T

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one-hundred per cent," says
Minnesota coach Fred Roeth-
lisberger. "I feel Lafleur can1
be the best in the meet if he is
healthy."
Other Gopher hopefuls in-
clude Curt Adams in floor ex-
ercise, Tim Baardson in rings,I
and Marcellus Karlam on the
pommel horse.
Indiana started out strongly
this season but has fallen uff
a bit lately. The Hoosier squad
doesn't appear strong enough to
compete with the stronger
teams in the Big Ten.
INDIANA'S top performer is
rings specialist Jack Maime-
dahl, who has been consistently
scoring above nine points.
The Hoosiers also possess ta-

urs e.
Michigan State w ill have their'
work cut out for them this week-
end, as they don't have a very'
strong team. They finished tdv
dual meet season with a 2-6
record.
Spartans to watch, however,
are Jeff Rudolph on the pom-G
mel horse, Bob Holland on the
rings, Glenn Hime on the high
bar, and John Short in vaulting.
AP wTrong
in Furlow
a egations
EAST IL \NSING (A)-Michi- I
gan State '~ .ersity police say
they are investigating a com-
plaint against MSU basketball
star Terry Furlow concerning
an alleged assault.
Det. Lt. Furman Badgley of
the camnus police force con-
firmed Wednesday that an in-
vestigation of the comnlaint
ws underw-4y. Ile said no I
charges hd blen filed against
the 1974-75 Big Ten scoring
ch-mnion, however.
A inted Press stories on
M-rch 25 and March 26 in-
corre'tly stated that assault
and batterv charges had been
filed against Furlow by team-
mte Pete Davis.
Brdvlev confirmed that a
comnlaint had been made but
de~li ed to disclose the name of
the complainant.
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Detroit 110. Portland 107
New York 128, Philadelphia 98
Boston 113, New Orleans 100
Buffalo 94, Washington 91
ABA
Denver 121, Utah 109
Kentucky 103, New York 102
St. Louis 116. Virginia 99
San Antonio 133, Memphis 121
NUlL
Atlanta 5, Detroit 3
Sr. Louis 3, Boston 1
Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 4
Chicago 5, Buffalo 3
Toronto 2, Kansas City 2
Minnesota 4, N. Y. Rangers 2
WHA
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Cleveland 4, Vancouver 2
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