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Friday, April 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, April 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan leads Big Ten opponents

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By JEFF LIEBSTER

B-ball stars

It was going to be so easy to open my column this week. athlet
I had it all planned .well in advance . .. Ah, spring, I thought, The
and sports activities of all kinds move to the great outdoors. The recor
snowstorm does have its positive effects, now doesn't it? stand
the n4
The IM relays were held for all divisions on the night of the petiti
remarkable weather, and the results were less than spectacular. natior
Wenley-Michigan was the only women's team to brave the ele- The
ments and literally walked away with their meet. d a gre
The KR's topped a pile of three graduate entries and Mar- able
fan's Syndrome was independent champion in a field of two. athlet
The residence hall division was won by Couzens with a some- advar
what larger showing, and in the only really competitive meet deda
Phi Delta Theta nosed Sigma Chi to win the Greek title. wizd
Although the basketball season is far behind us, the gym LA
is still packed with hoopsters each afternoon. Now that the BigI
varsity season is complete, you can watch your favorite sent
Blue stars hang on the rims, dunk, showboat and play some schoo
pretty good ball with or without your average gym players. awar
Isn't it every aspiring IM star's dream to go one-on-one with was r
Dave Baxter, or get stuffed by Johnny Rob? Tenz
The independent all star selections have been made by publi
sports writers and broadcasters all across the nation. Heading sport
the first-team list are forwards Preston Pace and Stan Grayson Tht
of the all-campus champion 'Has-Been'. Former football star and I.
Jim Betts of The Half- Moon Can Co. was the leading vote getter
at the center slot. The guard positions are filled by Bill Ayler
of the runner-up Nets and Jim Smith of the Colts.
The second team is filled out by Jerry Hollis, high scoring.
guard of the Reds, Dave Deluie of the Foul Outs, John Bridges ofj
the Nets, Rusty Fuller of Ubermensch and Milt Campbell of j t
the Colts.I
Hockey vs. Hurons
Four intramural hockey teams have been selected to defend
the Maize and Blue against a challenge from EMU's top four
squads. The champions FISH take on Eastern's best on Mon- CLE
day, April 7 at 9:45 p.m. The other teams representing Michigan recor
are the Carious Lesions, Fort Saskatchewan and the High Flyers. Cleve
Led by an extremely powerful defense composed of Bob Jim t
Lecznor and Tom McGraw as one pair, and John Hart and points
sophomore sensation Rich Madej as the other, the FISH to a 1
posted a record of 7-0. In downing the Dental School's Cari- aYr
ous Lesions In the finals, 4-3, last month, they completed a plo
two year drive to the championship. They had only lost one rec
game in those two seasons. remai
The only team to beat the FISH in that time was the Cari- sas Ci
ous Lesions Who won last year's final 2-1, on a penalty shot. The day w
Lesions finished the season at 6-1. to a
Dave Wihak's Fort Saskatchewan impressed their opponents Midw
early in the season with a potent offense, averaging seven goals but th
a game, but succumbed to the FISH 4-1 in the semi-finals and off sp
year 1
finished third overall. thea
The final team rounding out the foursome is the High Flyers, points
who won the 'B' division playoffs.
Volleyball and 5-9 basketball playoffs begin next week for all
leagues as paddleball comes to a close. In the residence hall
division Kelsey of South Quad won the paddleball title by down-
ing Markley Scott in the finals. Ubermensch takes on the 9-0
Silks for the independent championship later this week.
(club craze
Campus enthusiasm for sports clubs appears to be boom-
ing this term. The highly successful frisbee club ran an interna-
tional tournament two weekends ago that drew lots of attention
and participants from all over.
The rugby football club has completed two weekends of
competition. Their record stands at 3-1 as the 'A' team beat
Flint and lost to Sarnia and the 'B' team is undefeated
against the same opponents.
The lacrosse club was victorious in the Buckeye Invitational
Tournament last week and has a record of three wins and one
loss in league play.
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Il-sports
By JOHN NIEMEYER I-and th
chigan is well on its way to tions di
ng its name engraved one negative
time on the "coveted" all- to their
s trophy. CANH2
inot quite. "therei
E PROBLEM lies in the mediac
that although Michigan has licize the
this honor for the majority The "
e past decade, the trophy the scho
n't exist. It is no more highest
a myth. compete
he all-sports trophy was points fo
ed by the news media etc., tota
h like they created the sport an
al rating system in the ber ofs
pics to compare countries' ticipates
rmances," said Michigan average
tic director Don Canham. Michig
e Olympics have no official of the otl
d of how the countries with an
in medal winnings, but - ---
ewspapers add to thecon -
ye excitement by running
nal standings.
e all-sports trophy provided
eat opportunity for favor-sI
publicity for Michigan'sIĀ°
tic program. Taking fullt
ntage of this, the athletic
rtment has widely publi-
Michigan's almost annual
ng of the ficticious award. I
ST 'YEAR, however, the team
Ten commissioner's ,foffice
a memorandum to the shipsl
Is who publicized the Tr
d, stating that the trophy team
not recognized by the Big a snoN
and asking that it not be hadn't
cized by any of the school's
s information departments. T
ee schools were dominat- fornia
he award-Michigan State 208.95.
ridiana along with Michigan
Mi
Bigras
fourth
nicks fall bars:
9.2. Or
Clavs ino h
JV lplace,
Iy contest
EVELAND A'P - An NBA St
d crowd of 20,239 saw
land's Dick Snyder and
Cleamons combine for 41
in leading the Caviliers
00-95 victory over the New
Knicks, keeping the Cavs
ff hopes alive.
veland's victory pushedits
,d to 40-41 with one game
ning Sunday against Kan-
ity-Omaha. A victory Sun-
vould put the Cavaliers in-
second place tie in the
est Division with Houston,
e Cavs would get the play-
ot-the first in their five
history. Walt Frazier led
Knick scoring with 201
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c-ha-mpion
he other Big Ten institu- per sport. This translates into
id not appreciate the an average finish of just below
publicity this brought second place for the Maize and1
sports programs. Blue.
AM ADDED, however,B E WOLVERINES have yet
is no reason why the TH OVRNShyee
can't continue to ub-to finish below fourth place in a!
e honor." varsity sport this year. Ohio
trophy" is awarded to State's failure to finish above
ool which averages the fifth in anything besides foot-
finish in each sport it ball and fencing is a fine re-
s in. By giving ten flection of Michigan's all-around
or first, nine for second, sports prowess.
aling the points for each With Michigan expecting at'
d dividing by the num- least a respectable finish in
sports each school par- golf, baseball and track, and a
in, one arrives at an probable first place in tennis,
finish. there is little doubt who will
gan is far out in front. once again cop the dubious dis-
her Big Ten competitors tinction of winning the all-sports
average of 8.75 points I trophy.
trmblers cop 4th,
opening session
Special to The Daily
ERRE HAUTE, Indiana-The Michigan gymnastics
finished the opening day of the National champion-
here yesterday with a score of 208.6.
he team standings were not official as the Nebraska
had to go through the routines on their own. Due to
7wstorm, their arrival was delayed, and their scores
t been determined.
he top three leaders of the compulsories were Cali-
1213.6, Louisiana State, 211.75 and Southern Illinois, '
ichigan fared well io the vault exercise, as Richard
was first with a 9.4 score, and Pierre LeClerc took
1with 9.2. Bigras was tied for first in the parallel
at 9.4, and La Clerc tied for fourth in the rings with
n the high bar, Bob Creek took fourth with 9.1, while
efloor exercise Randy Sakamoto also copped fourth
scoring 9.05.
Mary's Student Chapel presents
The Idea of a University:-
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Friday, April 4--8 p.m.
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