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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 7, 1973

ILLINI GAIN:

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The Paulists are helping to build the earth.

downtown
on the campus
in the parish
in the office
building bridges
working with
the young and old
spreading the
Christian spirit,.
preying
celebrating
counseling

American priests
on the move
throughout
North America.
For more information write:
Father Donald C. Campbell,
Room 101.
415West 59th Street
New York.YNY 10019

By BOB McGINN
Minutes after his Fighting
Illini had edged by Michigan
Saturday afternoon, exhausted
Illinois coach Harv Schmidt, soft
drink in hand, stared out into
the sea of reporters and gave
his reaction to the Big Ten title
picture.
"If Indiana wins at Ohio State
Monday night, the rest of us
may spend all season chasing
them," he said.
Well, the Hoosiers finally
stumbled, and the predicted
scramble for the key to the con-
ference throne room seems to be
right on schedule.
Coach Bob Knight's freshman-
laden team still has a game lead
on the pack (6-1), but with their
rugged schedule ahead, which
Schmidt calls "the league's most
brutal," they'd better not start
looking over their shoulders.
One of the Hoosiers foremost
challengers, Purdue (5-2), is
still in strong contention, but a
trio of squads which had poor
starts, Illinois (4-1), Minnesota
(4-2), and Ohio State (3-3), are
coming on like gangbusters.
And a large part of why each
has charged back into the pic-
ture is the play of each team's
main man.

en

race

Now, after the Champaign-
based men's 76-75 squeaker over
Michigan and Monday night's 84-
77 come - from - behind triumph
over cellar - dwelling Northwest-
ern (1-6), the Illini suddenly find
themselves as the loop's cinder-
ella team.
Picked to finish ninth in the
preseason polls, Illinois has fool-
ed the experts, chiefly through
the magnificent play of slender
6-6 captain Nick Weatherspoon.
'Spoon rifled in 34 markers to
doom the Wolverines, and fol-
lowed it up with a 32-point job
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct.
Indiana 6 1 .857
Illinois 4 1 .800
Purdue 5 2 .714
Minnesota 4 2 .667
MICHIGAN 4 4 .500
Ohio State 3 3 .500
Michigan State 3 4 .429
Iowa 2 5 .286
Wisconsin 2 6 .250
Northwestern 1 7 .125
SATURDAY'S GAMES
MSU at Michigan
Minnesota at Ohio State
Purdue at Indiana
Illinois at Wisconsin

ti*.ghtens
Monday. His average now reads seconds
27.2 points per game, and if he Hoosiers
keeps that up it could be "cham- Hornyak
pt gne time" in Champaign. Bucks.I
Up in Minneapolis, where bas- losing e
ketball is far more than a mere ify hisI
game, the natives were restless 28.2 ppg
after their supposedly invincible The b
Golden Gophers choked twice in really t
their first three tests. But every- into the
thing was back to normal Sat- when th
urday night in Williams Arena in the r
as Coach Bill Musselman's meat- Thet
grinders ate up the sedate Pur- have b
due Boilermakers, 70-53. disappoi
6-8 Senior Clyde Turner has Iowa, co
keyed the Gopher turnabout. verines'
Two weeks ago Musselman out oft
moved him to the backcourt to more,i
shore up what had been Minne- against
sota's Achilles Heel. "This ball fell to 4
club is finally situated," the said lat
feisty Minnesota mentor com- that the
mented after the Purdue win. out of i
"This is better than those Coach
pills" is how Coach Fred Taylor eyes lost
(who had missed four games State, 9
with chest pains) described his slate pl
Buckeyes' 70-69 upset Monday opening
night over Indiana. He might put it to
have added that it was better they ha
than Saturday, too, when the up- Rick W
and-down Bucks -were thrashed MSU wi
by ninth-place Wisconsin, 84-76.
It was senior guard Allan
Hornyak's free throw with five

UP
left that did in the
s, just as it has been
k - all season for the
He got 35 points in the
ffort at Madison to solid-
Big Ten scoring lead at
bewildering Bucks could
hrow a monkey wrench
e picture this Saturday
they entertain Minnesota
egionally televised game.
two league clubs which
een the loop's greatest
intments, Michigan and
ontinued to fold. The Wol-
could only get one point
their leader, Henry Wil-
in the first 35 minutes
Illinois and their record
-4. As the Illini's Schmidt
er, "It's hard to believe
ey're almost completely
it."
Dick Schultz's Hawk-
t on the road to Michigan
4-89, and watched their
ummet to 2-5. Ever since
day, when. the Hawks
Minnesota in Iowa City,
ve played as if a trance.
illiams sparkled against
th 30 points.

AP Photo
Strange but true
Last draft pick: Charlie Wade, 68 year-old secretary of the Ben-
ton Harbor Elks Club, was selected by Miami in the last round.
Wede has, long been coveted by scouts for his open field drinking.

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Brandeis University/The Jacob Hiatt Institute
Study in Jerusalem/July-December, 1973.
(43 STUDENTS FROM 22 UNIVERSITIES IN 1972)
" Juniors and Seniors eligible..
* Four courses/Hebrew not required/Earn
16 credits.

III

tramural design offers more;

all-campus recreation planned

V7

FOR MORE INFO, CON4rACT
BOB STEWARD
HENDERSON FORD
769-7900
For stuoents and taculty 21 and aver
RFENT*CAR

" Cost: $1850/tuition,

room, board..

From Daily Sports Services
Are you bored? Do you find
yourself with lots of leisure time
on your hands and nothing to do?
If the answer to either or both of
these questions is. yes, do not fear.
The solution to your problems is
just around the corner, waiting to
be discovered. The solution is open
recreation at this school's intra-
mural facilities.
During the long winter term,
five buildings containing 13 ways
of letting off steam are available
for use by members of the school.
So next time boredom strikes un-
expectedly, leave it behind andgo
exercise. This team's schedule for
open recreation is the following:
BASKETBALL
IM Building
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. M-Th.
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat.
Waterman Gym
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-F
1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Sat.
PADDLEBALL
I.M. Building
8:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m. M-F
Billboard
Overlooked in the excitement of
the pro draft was the selection of
four Michigan managers each with
impressive credentials. Their de-
partures leave a void that must
be filled in the Michigan football
program.
Any freshman or sophomore in-
terested in becoming a vital cog in
Bo's football machine as a mana-
ger should call Jim at 769-1742. Be
on the inside of practice, plus gain
a chance to obtain special bene-
fits like trips and season tickets.
Call now!

HANDBALL-RACQUETBALL
-SQUASH-
(make reservations at I.M.)
JOGGING
Waterman
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-F
Yost
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. M-Th.
Barbour
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-Th.
TENNIS
I.M. Building
12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. M-F
8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Sat.
SWIMMING
I.M. Building
3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. M-F
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sat.
1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Sat.
Margaret Bell Pool
7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. M
9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Tu
3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Sun.
GYMNASTICS
I.M. Building
any time two people want,
except 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. M-F
Barbour
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-Th.
TABLE TENNIS
I.M. Building
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-F
Barbour-Waterman co-rec room
8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. M-Th.
BADMINTON
Waterman
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. M-F
VOLLEYBALL
Waterman
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. M-F
GENERAL EXERCISING
I. M. Building, Waterman, Barbour
8:00 a.mn.-10:00 p.m. M-F

SPECIAL PROGRAMS
co-rec open program
7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. F
1:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Sunday
So much for curing boredoi.
As far as the competitive aspects
of the Intramural athletic pro-
gram are concerned, entry dates
in both the all-campus division and
the co-rec division are rapidly ap-
proaching.
Coming entry dates in the all-
campus division are February 7
for tennis doubles, badminton sin-
gles and bowling, Feb. 14 for div-
ing and Feb. 16 for water polo.
Entry dates on the horizon in the
co-rec division are Feb. 7 for bad-
minton and table tennis.
An upcoming special event on
tie docket for next Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday is a
swim meet composed of the grad-
uate, indenendent, fraternity qnd
residence hall divisions. All de-
tails concerning the meet can be
obtained through the I. M. office.
So there you have it. The saying
goes, "Different strokes for dif-
ferent folks," but the I. M. facili-
T T 2

" Financial Aid available.
* Application deadline March 1st
FOR INFORMATION WRITE:
THE JACOB HIATT INSTITUTE
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154

WILD'S

By The Associated
1. UCLA (35)
2. N. Carolina St. (2)
3. Long Beach St.
4. Indiana
5. Minnesota
6. North Carolina
7. Marquette
8. Missouri
9. Maryland
10. Alabama
11. Houston
12. Providence
13. SW Louisiana
14. St. John's, N. Y.
15. Memphis St.
16. Jacksonville
17. San Francisco
18. Kansas St.
19. Oral Roberts
20. New Mexico

Press
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16-0 670
18-1 529
14-2 495
14-2 319
16-3 271
16-2 268
15-2 266
14-3 254
14-2 238
15-2 197
14-2 186
15-1 152
15-2 124
16-3 76
16-3 61
16-2 40
14-3 34
16-3 32
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Student-Railpass is valid in Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
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Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
I Eurailpass, Box 90, Bohemia, New York 11716;/
Please send me your free Student-Railpass folder order I
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So you plan to spend the
Summer in Europe this year. Great.
Two things are mandatory. A ticket
to Europe. And a Student-Railpass.
The first gets you over there, the
second gives you unlimited Second
Glass rail travel for two months for a
modest $135 in Austria, Belgium,
Denmark, France, Germany,
Holland, Italy, Luxembourg,
Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden,
and Switzerland! All you need to
qualify is to be a full-time student up
to 25 years of age, registered at a

and very comfortable..They have to
be. So you'll meet us on our trains. It
really is the way to get to know
Europeans in Europe.
But there's one catch. You
must buy your Student-Railpass in
North America before you go.
They'renot on sale in Europe
because they are meant strictly for
visitors to Europe-hence the
incredibly low price. Of course if
you're loaded you can buy a regular
Eurailpass meant for visitors of all
ages. It gives you First Class travel if

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