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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, April 19, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, April 19, 1974

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'M' RUGGERS CHALLENGED

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EW YORK (M)--Dave DeBus-
ere was named yesterday the
t defensive player in the Na-
ial Basketball Association.
'he 33-year-old forward for
New York Knickerbockers
s an almost unanimous choice
he led the balloting for the
rth straight year for the NBA
-Defensive team.
[E RECEIVED 33 of a pos-
e 34 points from the panel of
league coaches. Points are
arded on the basis of two for.
irst team vote, one for second.
hosen along with the 6-foot-6
ck star were John Havlicek,
ton forward; Kareem Abdul-
ibar, Milwaukee center; Norm
i Lier and Jerry Sloan, both
Chicago, and Walt Frazier,
w York, guards.
abbar had the second highest
nt total with 24, followed by
n Lier, who clinched one of
guard posts with 23. Frazier
I Sloan tied with 22 each.
vlicek received 17.

DeBusschere is a 12-year vet-
eran who has played in eight
All-Star games. He has led the
vote-getting since the balloting
on the All-Defensive team was
begun after the 1968-69 season.
IHe was a unanimous choice last
year.
The second team consisted of
Elvin Hayes, Capital, 11 points,
and Bob Love, Chicago, nine,
forwards; Nate Thurmond Gold-
en S t a t e, 11, center; Don
Chaney, Boston, 12, and Dick
Arsdale, Phoenix, and Jim Price,
Los Angeles tied four points
each, guards.
Ruggers tested
The Michigan Rugby Football
Club faces its toughest challenge
of the spring season as they
battle defending NCAA champion
Palmer College tomorrow on
Palmer Field.
Palmer College of Chiropractic
from Davenport, Iowa, is one of

the few schools in the midwest 1974 National Basketball Associa-
where rugby is a varsity sport tion College All-American team
and all of the players are ten- selected by the 17 pro head
dered. coaches.
The Wolverines, 3-1 this season Walton, a 6-foot-11 senior, be-
with a strong performance in the came the only player on the
Big Ten Tournament, will start current college squad to have
a veteran lineup that nearly up- been named to the first team by
set Palmer in the past two sea- the coaches for three straight
sons. Game time is 4:00 p.m. years.
* * NAMED ON 15 ballots were
Wato North Carolina State's David
aga Thompson, a 6-4 guard and Pro-
NEW YORK (A) - Center Bill vidence's Marvin Barnes, a 6-9
Walton of UCLA was a unani- senior center. Also on the first
mous choice yesterday on the team are Notre Dame's John
Earl R. Hunt
University of Washington
Dept. of Psych.
"WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE HIGH VERBAL"
SEMINAR *1:30 1057 MHRI
*NOTE SPECIAL TIME
Mental Health Research Institute

Shumate, a 6-9 junior who re-
ceived 14 votes, and Hawaii's
Tom Henderson, a senior guard
who got seven votes.
On the second t e a m are
UCLA's Keith Wilkes, North Car-
olina State's Tom Burleson,
North Carolina's Bob Jones, San
Francisco's Phil S m i t h and
Maryland's' John Lucas.
* * *
Thinclads here
The Big Ten outdoor track
championships will be held at
Michigan's Ferry Field this year,
on Friday and Saturday, May
17-18.
Student tickets will go on sale
at the ticket office at State and
Hoover April 27.

Swann signs
PITTSBURGH (M)- The Pitts-
burgh Steelers said yesterday
they had signed wide receiver
Lynn Swann of USC, their No. 1
choice in the National Football
League draft, to a multi-year
pact.
Swann, who chose Pittsburgh
over the Memphis team of the
rival World Football League, was
the 25th 1974 first ° round choice
to sign with the NFL.
A three-year starter at South-
ern California, the 22-year-old

Sornie people say Turin
Bicycle has the largest
slcin of custom racing
and touring bicycles and
accessories in America. We
don't know if that's ture but
we do know we carry an awful lot of
'brands. From Italy: Colnago, Galmozzi, Poglighi,
DeRosa, and Cinelli. From England: Bob Jackson,
s, Mercian, Raleigh, and Carlton. From
France: Motobecane. From the USA: Eisentraut,
Sterling, Bob Meyers, and, Yellow Jersey. And more-from
Japan, Holland, Germany, and Argentina. What's more, our bike
experts together have more than 100 years of experience'behind them,
so you can count on the best possible advice and help.

Swann was a consensus
American player and the
wide receiver chosen in thel
draft.'

All-
first
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Turin in Evanston [602011, at 1027 Davis Street-[3121 UN 4-7660.

A Concert of Jewis Music
from the late Renaissance to the present
AN ENSEMBLE OF SINGERS
AND INSTRUMENTS
Directed by ELLEN- KATZ

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Major League Leaders
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Based on 25 at Bats. Through (Based on 25 at Bats. Through
Wednesday's games) Wednesday's games)
Player (Club) G AB R H Pct.-Player (Club) G AB R H Pct.
Gr s (B s 93 )1 43 -a S) H 36.
Sta non (Cal) 12 4 8 18 .4381 Schneck (NY) 7 28 3 13 .464
C a l)w (M.) C4 18174159I Unser (Phi) 826 8 12 .462
ayr n (K) 10 39 6 16410 B.Robinson (Phi) 9 28 5 12 .429
Da.i Caew ( ( ,in) Y10 ;R aksn*om us
Grieve (Tex) 10 39 9 15 .C, 5sHebner, 19t.s-
3. 11Yastremski (Bsn) 9 34 7 13 382 D. Thomas (SD) 11 39 3 16 .410I
F. Robinson (Cal) 12 42 8 16 381 Ce , (LA) 12 44 7 18 .409
Chambliss. (Cle) 11 44 6 16 .364 Reitz (StL) 12 45 5 18 .400
R. Jackson (Oak) 11 ; 44 10 16 :364 Cedeno (Htn) 12 48 12 19 .396
Mayberry (KC) 8 25 9 9 .360I D. Parker (Pgh) 10 41 3 16 .390E
Home Runs ;Rose (Cin) 10 45 S 17 .378
G. Nettles, New York,.6; R. Jackson,- Home Runs
Oakland, 6; Duncan Cleveland, 5; Bur- Wynn, Los Angeles, 6; Hebner, Pitts-
roughs, Texas, 5; Yastremski, Boston, burgh, 4; Garvey, Los Angeles, 4; Mit-
4; F. Robinson, California, 4. .terwaldChicago, 3; H. Aaron, Atlanta,
Runs Batted In - 3; T. Perez, Cincinnati, 3....;J
R.. Jackson Oakland, 19; Ellis, Cleve-- Runs Batted In
land, 13; F. Robinson, California, 13;1Wynn, Los Angeles, 17; Cedeno, Hous-
Burroughs, Texas, 13; G. Nettles, New ton, 14; Cey, Los Angeles, 13; B. Wil-
York, 12; Hisle, Minnesota, 12. s iams, 'Chicago, 12; Garvey, Los An-
Pitching (2 Decisions) geles, 11.
All records 2-0 Pitching (2 Decisions)
Palmer, Baltimore, Coleman, Detroit,{ P. Niekro, Atlanta, 3-0, 1.000; John, -
iller, Detroit, C. Wright, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, 3-0, 1.000; Sutton, Los
Kline, New York, Tanana, California, Angeles, 3-0, 1.000; Rogers, Montreal,
Singer, California, Blyleven, Minneso- 2-0. 1.000; Garmoni, St. Louis, 2-0, 1.000;
ta, Fingers, Oakland, Hunter, Oakland. Dierker, Houston, 2-0, 1.000.
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