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Special ToThe Daily The big match-up between Mich- fastest time in the Midwest so farI
EAST LANSING - Except for a igan's Dave Williams and the this year.
couple of strong individual per- Farmer's Bob Cassleman proved ROWE LATER reversed last
formances, Michigan's track team to be a disappointment as Cassle- week's setback to the MSU milej
hit the low point of the young sea- man burned out a 1:10.5 to Wil- relay team by helping his team-?
sue: last night in East Lansing. liams' 1:11. Williams made several mates to a 3:15.7 first place finish.
Michigan State, supposedly a team challenges to the defending Big Jim Howe, Jeff McLeod, and WA1-
with superstars' bit no depth, over- Ten champion, but never overtook liams ran the other legs.
came.the -thinclads in a tight him. In the field events, Steve Adams
battle, 70-61, in the first dual meet Michigan's "Mr. Dependable" did not get much competition and
of the indoor season. Kim Rowe was-perhaps the bright- his 58'41/4" throw proved good
The meet was nip and tuck most est spot for the Wolverines. Rowe enough in the shot put. Jesse
of the way. The two-mile turned ran a 48.0 in the 440-yard dash Myers soared 6'4" in the high
out to be the crucial event of the which was a meet record and the jump for a first place, an encour-
evening. Michigan needed a first
and third in that event to win the 61-21 LAUGHER:
meet. With 300 yards to go Keith
Brown and Greg Meyer held the
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aging performance for the Bulok
Creek sophomore.
MICHIGAN mentor Dixon ^arm-
er was later upset about what he
called a "sub-par" performance by
the Maize and Blue. It appears
the thinclads are still struggling
with the lack of practice facilities,
as they find themselves constantly
shuttling back and forth from Aan
Arbor to Ypsilanti to use the in-
door facilities there.

CONCERT TON ITE
ANN ARBOR DANCE THEATRE
presents a special
DANCE CONCERT in honor
of their 10th Anniversary
FEB. 15, 16-8:30 FEB. 17-2:30
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE AUDITORIUM
Adults $2.50 Students $1.50
Tickets available at the door
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For more Daily Sports, includ-
ing a preview of tonight's wrest-
ifng match, turn to page nine.
first two positions, but were pass-
ed on the final lap and finished
third and fourth.
THE OTHER distance eventss
looked better. Bill Bolster won thei
mile in 4:10.7, which is the best
the lanky Irishman has run this
years:encouraging sign since Bol-
sternusually runs better in the
late season. In the half-mile Bob
Mills raced home with a 1:56 to top1
the field.

Women defeat JUG,'(

Special To The Daily
JACKSON-Michigan's women
cagers breezed through a laugh-
er last night as they blew Jack-
son Community College out of
the gym, 61-21.
The Wolverines led from the
opening tip. Lydia Sims scored
10 of her 32 points in the first
six minutes and Michigan out-
scored the Jets 21-2 in the first
quarter.
Michigan's tough d e f e n s e

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Basketball finals near;
table tennis tomorrow,
By LESLIE RIESTER
TRUCKIN' on down to the rodeo . . . you say you play in a
gymnasium? Well, in that case . .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon tightened the Fraternity all-year race
by .defeating Beta Theta Pi in the dual swim meet finals this
week.
SAE is currently third behind Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta
Theta. SAE battles Theta Xi for the "A" basketball Class A
championship, and a.victory would give them a big point boost.
Kappa Alpha Psi battles Evans Scholars in the Class B
basketball final, Phi Gamma Delta meets Psi Upsilon in Class C
-and Lambda Chi Alpha. plays Alpha Sigma Phi in Class D "A"
basketball.
Class A basketball championships in all divisions will
be played February 28 during the IM Open House. The Class
B, C and D finals take place next week.
Next Wednesday the Independent, Residence Hall and Fra-
ternity divisions will compete in the championship swim meet.
From that meet, the top six times in each event, regardless
of , division, will be selected for the All Campus meet.
The All Campus diving championships will be held Tuesday,
February 19 at 7 p.m..at Matt Mann Pool..
In the All Campus Class A paddleball singles, Pat Hindert up-
set Greg Grambeau to move into the semi-finals. Rod Grambeau,
advanced and will play Dick Schmidt in his semi-final round.
To no one's surprise, Law Gold gained the basketball Class
A finals again in, the Graduate division. Law :Vermillion will be
looking for an upset when the two meet February 28.
In Faculty- action, Dick Pitcher defeated Dick Lampman to
capture the racquetball singles title. The Faculty Class A basket-
ball round starts Monday when Physical Education meets
Pisces. Political Science will play the victor.
Huber (S. Quad) and Allen Rumsey (W. Quad) are at it
again in Residence Hall "A" basketball. The two teams
meet for the Class A championship February 28. Allen Rum-
sey's "B" squad made the "B" cage finals and will battle
Couzens.
Couzens is making a strong surge this term and besides
gaining the basketball finals, they have also made the table
tennis semi-finals. Couzens plays Wenley (W. Quad) while Pilot
program meets Adams (W.. Quad) in the other semi-final round.
In a repeat performance of last semester, Hacker's Row will
splash against the No Names for the co-rec intertube waterpolo
championship.
Carol Stewart captured her second racquet sport title this
year when she upset Gail Ureel in the racquetball singles final
match. Women's racquetball doubles entries are due Monday,
February 18.
'M' Gals bowling entries are due February 18. Women can
compete as individuals or on a minimum five-member team.
The women's basketball playoffs begin next week in all
divisions. The Bombers play Amnizin Blue for the Indepen-
dent chmmnionshio. Delta Sigma Theta will battle the
survivor of the Delta Gamma-Delta Delta Delta game for the
Sorority title. In the Residence Hall division Stockwell will
meet the winner of the Couzens-W. Quad clash.
The U-M Table Tennis Club is sponsoring a tournament
this Saturday starting at 10 a.m. downstairs in Waterman Gym.
There are seven events-novice, intermediate, champion-
ship, U-M students only, under 17, women's, and open doubles-
and you can enter by signing up between 9:30 and 10:30 Saturday
morning.
First and second place trophies will be awarded in all events.
The entry fee is 75 cents for all events except U-M students only
event, which is 50 cents, championship which is $1.50 and open
doubles which is $2.00 per team. You can contact John Treva-
than, 764-8683, for more information.

NIGHT EDITOR:
ROGER ROSSITER
strangled the tnept Jackson ca-
34-7. Offensively, te Wolverines
hit a blistering 59 per cent from
the field in the first half.
Wolverine coach Vic Katch
termed the game "a mismatch,"'
and statistics back the Michigan
mentor. The Maize and Blue
hauled down 4-4 rebounds, which
enabled <the Wolverines to start
an eetive fast break offense.
Michigan's zone press com-
izdJacksn squadt. TheWolver
ines made 16 steals and forced
15 jump balls, usually capital-
izing with an easy lay-up.
Jackson didn't s c o r e until
seven minutes were gone in the
first period, and were shut out
again for six minutes in the third
period.
The Wolverines tight man-to-
man defense loosened up in the
fourth quarter as they allowed
Jackson 11 points while scoring
only 12 themselves.
Michigan's offense cooled off
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COLLEGE BASKETBAL
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Pitt 106, Cleveland st. hs5
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Milwaukee 102, teWroet 9in
PhIladelphia 4, New York Rangers
Buffalo 4, Los Angeles a

in the second half and the Wol-
verines ended with a 39 per cent
average from the floor. Despite
the lopsided score, coach Katch &
wasn't entirely happy with his
team's play.
"We didn't learn anything from:
this game," claimed Katch. "It
was just a complete mismatch."
Katch said Michigan was mak-
ing sloppy passes and getting'Y
away with it because Jacksonyi
was so inexperienced.
Sims again led Michigan wvith
32 points and six rebounds. Gray
Gilfillan had a good night, hit
ting 11 points and grabbing 12
rebounds.
Freshman Carol Klomparens
played her best game this sea- MILWAUKEE'S Kareem Abdul-
son, chipping in eight points, six tossing in a two-pointer over Bot
rebounds and four assists. victory over the Detroit Pistons la
istons rally falls short;
Bucks hang on, 102-99
By GEORGE HASTTNGS by three points instead of two in
Special To The Daily the final minute, Detroit was
DETROIT-A disputed technical forced to foul, and Robertson
foul ca~ll on Bob Lanier with 1:11 again connected from the line.

AP Photo
Jabbar (33) hits the deck after
b Lanier (16) in the Bucks 102-99
st night.

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Cut the cost of your
next ski weekend!.

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to go here last night helped end
the Detroit Pistons' seven game
win streak as they dropped a'
102-99 decision to Milwaukee.
Down nearly the entire game,
Detroit was attempting to come
back in the closing moments when
John Mengelt tied up Bob Dand-
ridge under the Piston basket with'
the score, 98-96, Milwaukee. The
referee signalled a jump ball, but
Dandridge took a swing at Men-
andLanier immediately grab-
bed Dandridge around the neck,
pulling him away.
A technical was assessed only on
Lanier, however, and athe p nti
converted by Oscar Robertson 'for
the Bucks, proved decisive. Down

Kareem Jabbar with 27, Lucius
Allen with 26 and Dandridge with
21 paced the Bucks, who never
trailed after the first eight min-
utes of the game. Dave Bing notch-
ed 19 points and Curtis Rowe 16
along with 17 rebounds, as six
Pistons scored in double figures
in a balanced Detroit effort.
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