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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 13, 1973

Judge Ruggero Aldisert
U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Federal Courts:
FEBRUARY 15
Rm. 100-Hutchins Hall'
3:30
Office of Financial Aid Announces. .
Applications For Aid Will Be ,
Available As Follows:
Spring-Summer 1973-February 12, 1973
Fall-Winter 1973-74
FIRST-TIME STUDENTS-February 12, 1973
RENEWALS (for people who have aid now}-March 1, 1973
Foreign Students for 1973-74-February 12, 1973
APPLICATIONS DUE NO LATER THAN:
Spring-Summer-March 1, 1973
Fall-Winter-May 1, 1973
Foreign Students-March 31, 1973
1f you need assistance for these terms, please apply through our office.
You may be eligible for loans, grants, or Work Study employment.
For furthern information inquire at 2100 SAB, 763-2151

Lose 20 Pounds
in Two Weeks!
Famous U.S. Women Ski Team Diet
During the non-snow off season
the U.S Women's Alpine Ski
Team members go on the "Ski
Team" diet to lose 20 pounds in
two weeks. That's right-20 pounds
in 14 days! The basis of the diet
is a chemical food action and was
devised by a famous Colorado
physician especially for the U.S.
Ski Team. Normal energy is main-
tained (very important) while
reducing. You keep "full" - no
starvation - because the diet is
designed that way! It's a diet that
is easy to follow whether you
work, travel or stay at home.
This is, honestly, a fantastically
successful diet. If it weren't, the
U.S. Women's Ski Team wouldn't
be permitted to use it! Right?
So, give yourself the same break
the U.S. Ski Team gets. Lose
weight the scientific, proven way.
Even if you tried all the other
diets, you owe it to yourself to
try the U.S. Women's Ski Team
Diet. That is, if you really do
want to lose 20 pounds in two
weeks. Order today. Tear this out
as a reminder.
Send only $2.00 ($2.25 for Rush
Service)-cash is O.K.-to Infor-
mation Sources Co., P.O. Box 982,
Dept. ST, Carpinteria, Calif. 93013.
Don't order unless you expect to
lose 20 pounds in two weeks Be-
cause that's what the Ski Team
Diet will do!

RECORDS TUMBLE:
Tracks ters

match Spartans

By MARCIA MERKER'
Michigan destroyed State on
the gridiron, flattened them on
the court, tied them to the mat
and electrocuted them in the
water but the perennial question
still remains - is Michigan's
sports better than Michigan
State's (or vice versa)? The an-
swer will once again be kicked
around this Saturday as the Maize
and Blue track men confront the
fiery Green and White squad at
Yost Fieldhouse.
The two teams encountered
each other last Saturday in the
Michigan State Relays along with
23 other colleges and universities.
Wolverine coach Dixon Farmer
claims that "we weren't treated
particularly well" up at East
Lansing and that the contest will
not only consist of the never-
ending rivalry between the two
schools but also a Michigan ven-
geance due to the relays.
Michigan performed tremen-
dously over the weekend. Nine
new lifetime marks were set and
three events qualified for the
NCAA.

One of these, the mile-relay,
stacked Al Cornwell, Kim Rowe
and co-captains Eric Chapman
and Greg Syphax together for a
time of 3:15.1. The Spartans,
running in a different section,
managed 3:14.4 with the aid of
Marshall Dill and Bob Cassle-
man. If these two mile-relay
teams get the chance to compete
on Saturday, then the world's
record of 3:12.1 might crumble.
Marshall Dill stands as the

Spartan track bulwark. He has
not been performing at full
strength lately due to a leg in-
jury. Coach Farmer figures, "if
Dill is going to be ready for any-
thing, it will be this meet." This
must be the case as Dill will
run the 60, 300 and mile relay.
In the 300-yard dash, Dill boasts
the world record at 29.5. Michi-
gan's Greg Syphax ripped .3 sec-
ond's off his 300 clocking last
Saturday, to make a 30.5. Pos-

sibly another world record might
bite the dust.
As this dual meet represents
the last chance Big Ten champ
Kim Rowe has to break Michi-
gan's 31-year-old 440 school rec-
ord, 48.1, maybe Kim will pull
it off. As a matter of fact, he
could attempt the 47.6 world rec-
ord, as only .6 seconds separate
his and the world times.
Wolverine fast man, Godfrey
Murray, barely eeked past two
Kansas thinclads in Jenison to
win the 70-yard high hurdles,
Saturday. His teammate, Mel
Reeves and he will challenge
John Morrison. In Coach Far-
mer' s words, "Morrison manages
to bring out the best in our
hurdlers."
Godfrey faces Dill in the 60.
The Spartan's best pace is .3
seconds faster than Murray's.
State's explosive mter, Ken
Popejoy, timed at 4:03.2 last
week, could spur on Michigan's
Bill Bolster to replace the 4:07.8
Michigan mile record. In Satur-
day's NCAA qualifying distance
medley-relay, Bill sported a
4:08.6 clip.
Rounding out the running
events, Rick Schott has a twelve
second advantage over State's
Robin Cool. Eric Chapman takes
on Dane Fortney and Kevin
Reabe. As a high-schooler, Reabe
was the most sought .after half-
miler in the midwest. Since then
his training has been erratic.
Spartan Bob Cassleman has the
ability to erase his 600-yard
world mark each time he steps

pace
on the track. Cornwell will face
him in that event Saturday.
All-in-all the running events are
not too one-sided. As in the Penn
State meet, the deciding factor
lies with the field men.
Michigan's Mike Nowacki, the
high jumping frosh has only been
at it for two years, assaulted 6-11
in Jenison. He and Doug Gibbs,
fourth in the Michigan State Re-
lays, have everything but the
ribbons in their hands when
jumping against State.
Pole vaulting is a different
story. Both squads boast 14-6
men at top seeding. So it's up
to Michigan's Ed Kulka to make
or break his 14-6 last week
showing. Terry Hart and Bill
Heth also represent the Wol-
verines.
Steve Adams and Mike Lantry
should be able to swing first and
second Saturday while the rag-
ing battle is between Wolverine
Brian Block and Spartan Mary
Roberts. Only two inches separ-
ated the two last weekend.
In the long and triple jumps,
Abe Butler must once again
carry Michigan's load. His com-
petition in the long jump, Del
Gregory, has the advantage in
the long jump. Pete Hill and
Mark Bohlke fill out the Michi-
gan ranks.
As Michigan State claims the
'72 indoor and outdoor Big Ten
track titles, the Wolverine thin-
clads need their utmost from the
squad and a responsive home
crowd to cheer them on to vic-
tory.

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NOTICE
Non-Native Speakers of English
All Speakers of English as a Second Language" Are
Invited to Take Part in an Experimental Test of
English Language Proficiency to be Given in RACK-
HAM LECTURE HALL AT 7:00.P.M. ON THE 15th
OF FEBRUARY. You will receive $5.00 for Approxi-
mately 1 1/2-2 Hours of Your Time. If Interested You
Must Call and Register at the Following Number:
764-2416 on or before February 14th.
*No ELI Students Currently Enrolled in the Intensive English
Courses Are Eligible for the Test at This Time.
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Baseball lockout denounced;
Esposito tops NHL scorers

" NEW YORK -
a lockout" by major
representatives would
offer.

Marvin Miller, denouncing an "illegal threat of
league baseball clubs, said yesterday player
meet here Friday to discuss the owners' latest

-Daily Photo
MICHIGAN'S DOUG GIBBS "Fosbury flops" in the Michigan relays.
Gibbs leapt for fourth place last week in the MSU relays in East
Lansing, and hopes for better things against the Spartans again
this week.

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The Michigan Rugby club be-
gins spring practice tonight at
9:00 in Yost Fieldhouse. All un-
dergraduates and graduate stu-
dents are welcome.

Miller, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Play-
ers Association, indicated the players representatives probably would
take the proposal to the entire membership. Such an action would
take up to three weeks and could result in a lockout March 1.
The owners, in making their latest offer last Thursday, announced
they were postponing early spring training which was to have opened
this Wednesday for invited players, usually pitchers and catchers.
Miller, however, said that spring training does not technically start
until March 1, the date set forth in all player contracts.
"Presently, we have only a threat of a lockout by the owners,"
said Miller, "but even that threat is illegal under the Taft-Hartley Act,
because in the context of the present facts it constitutes a violation of
the owners' duty to bargain in good faith."
* * *
0 NEW YORK - Boston's Phil Esposito, winner of the National
Hockey League's scoring title the past two seasons and three of the
last four, again is in first place - and this time his closest competi-
tor can't even make a run at him.
Esposito, the Bruins' rugged center, has scored 36 goals and
collected 50 assists for 86 points, nine ahead of runner-up Stan Mikita
of Chicago, a four-time winner of the NHL scoring title. Mikita, with
77 points including a league-leading 53 assists, will be sidelined about a
month with a broken bone in his left heel.
Philadelphia's Bobby Clarke is in third place with 75 points, fol-
lowed by Dennis Hull of Chicago with 71 points and Jacques Lemaire
of Montreal with 70.
League statistics released yesterday also showed Detroit's Mickey
Redmond the goal scoring leader with 37.

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IN BRAZIL
A FILM
"NO TIME FOR TEARS"
Recounts the ordeals of 9 released Brazilian poli-
tical prisoners, their imprisonment and torture.
A DISCUSSION WITH
JEAN MARC von der WEID
Elected President Brazilian National Students Union
1969, detained and tortured by police for 1%V years
until released with 69 other prisoners in exchange
for the Swiss Ambassador in 1971.
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