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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 14, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 14, 1973
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WEATHER REPOT
MAR. 16418
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Gophers gra
By The AssociatedPress ignited the upset of the college sea- Ohio
Minnesota's suddenly derailed son Saturday by Northwestern spot in
Gophers placed two players and over Minnesota, 79-74, That knock- season,
four other schools were represent- ed the nationally third-ranked Go- son pl
ed on the 1973 All-Big Ten basket- phers out of a Big Ten title tie ing wit
ball team named yesterday by The with Indiana The .
Associated Press. Hornyak, honored for the third pointsa
Along with Minnesota's skilled successive season, and junior Rob- pin of
duo of Ron Behagen and Jim Bre- inson, who retained the confer- Hoosier
wer, the honor team also included ence scoring crown with a 26.7 av- the chi
Steve Downing of .champion Indi- erage for 14 games, were the only Beha
ana, repeating scoring titlist Mike repeaters from last year. ing lea
Robinson of Michigan State, Allan The 5-11 Robinson was the only sota w
Hornyak of Ohio State and Nick underclassmen named on either Brewer
Weatherspoon of Illinois. the first or second All-Star teams. headed
For the second successive sea- Reflecting the highly competitive whichs
son, tight balloting by The AP's play in the team race which went the Go
board of cage experts produced a down to the final wire before In- ney.
six-player first team. For the first didana's somewhat surprising title Besid
time in years, there was not a triumph, two 1972 first-team picks sophom
unanimous choice, although Bre- slipped to second-team recognition. only oth
wer and Behagen missed only one They were Michigan's Wilmore, nitiona
-first-place vote. a top all-star choice both as a orablei
Iowa's 7-foot Kevin Kunnert sophomore and junior, and Min-
barely missed the first unit, head- nesota's Turner.
ing a second team also including The 6-6 Weatherspoon was con- ='>.
Indiana's John'Ritter; Minnesota's ference scoring runnerup behind
Clyde Turner; Michigan's Henry Robinson with 24.9 points in an
Wilmore, and last-place North- outstanding senior year for the
western's Mark Sibley. Illini, who finished in a three-way
It was a superb, 36-point per- tie for third with Ohio State and
formance by senior Sibley which Purdue.
SPECIAL! HOT CHOCOLATE
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berths

State's Hornyak, brightest
n a disappointing Buckeye
for the second straight sea-
laced third in league scor-
h 24.6.
6-8 Downing averaged 19.9
as the veteran scoring king-
Indiana's youth - sparked
rs, who were toughest when
ips were down.
gen, 6-10, was the scor-
ader for dethroned Minne-
rith an 18:6 average, but
r, 6-9 jumping jack, spear-
the rugged. board play
seemed destined to explode
phers into the NCAA tour-
[es Wilmore's selection,
nore Campy Russell was the
[er Wolverine to gain recog-
as he was awarded an hon-
mention.

The Honor Squads
First Team
C-Jim Brewer, Minnesota, 6-9, senior
C-Steve Downing, Indiana, 6-8, senior
F-Ron Behagen, Minnesota, 6-10; senior
G-Allan Hornyak, Ohio State, 6-1, senior
F-Nick Weatherspoon, Illinois, 6-1, senior
G-Mike Robinson, Michigan State, 5-11, junior
Second Team
C-Kevin Kunnert, Iowa, 7-0, senior
-F-John Ritter, Indiana, 6-6, senior'
F-Clyde Turner, Minnesota,.6-8, senior
G-HENRY WILMORE, MICHIGAN, 6-4, senior
G-Mark Sibley, Northwestern, 6-2, senior
Honorable Mention
Frank Kendrick, Purdue; Quinn Buckner, Indiana; CAMPY
RUSSELL, MICHIGAN; Jeff Dawson, Illinois; Leon Howard, Wiscon-
sin; John Garrett, Purdue; Rick Williams, Iowa; Bill Kilgore, Mich-
igan State, and Luke Witte, Ohio State.

Everyone

Welcome'

LOTS OF PEOPLE

GRAD
COFFEE
HOUR
WEDNESDAY
8-10 p.m.
West Conference
Room, 4th Floor
RACKHAM
LOTS OF FOOD

Brewer Behagen

Downing

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DANCE
with
(DETROIT and THE ROCKETS)
SOUTH QUAD
FRIDAY, MARCH 16
Adm. $1-8:30-1 :30

Sorry folks!
j Occasionally Eddie Brinkman
makes an error, and periodically
so does the Michigan Daily
Sports Staff. Yesterday in an
j unprecedented event, the Daily
made two boners. Not only did
we report that Michigan's base-
ball team went 0-6 instead of an
actual 1-7 over spring break, but
we said Michigan's grapplers
gottheir most points ever in the'
NCAA Championship this year
when it was actually the second
most. Sorry.

REEi

Weatherspoon Hornyak

Robinson

BEER

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CO-SPONSORED BY UAC DAYSTAR

Carter poised to pack bags?
Guevremont stays a Canuck
By The Associated Press
* MINNEAPOLIS-Jim Carter, middle linebacker of the Green
Bay Packers, says he has received an offer to play next season for
an unidentified team in the World Hockey Association.
Carter confirmed reports yesterday that he had received a no-cut,
multi-year contract offer-plus a bonus--from a WHA club "which
would pay me about $10,000 a year more than I'm getting now with
the Packers.
The burly linebacker was a hockey defenseman 'at South St. Paul
High School. He played hockey for two years at Minnesota before
deciding to concentrate on football.
* * *
VANCOUVER-Defenseman Jocelyn Guevremont of the Van-
couver Canucks signed a three-year contract with the National Hockey
League club yesterday, ending speculation he might jump to the
World Hockey Association.
*DNEW YORK-Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn has sent
birthday greetings to Ralph Miller, former Brooklyn and Baltimore
pitcher who will be 100 years old Thursday.
Miller is the first professional baseball player to reach that age,
the commissioner's office said yesterday.

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EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES
THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
and
THE CENTER FOR WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
present a "MINI-COURSE" on
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ecuriConference
lectures will be given by:
CATHERINE KELLEHER
Visiting Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Michi-
gan; Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle
4:10 p.m., Monday, March 19, 1973. East Conference Room, Rackham
JERCZY WIATR
Visiting Professor of Sociology, Boston University; Polish Academy of
Science
4:10 p.m., Wednesday, March 21, 1973. East Conference Room, Rackham
ROBIN REMINGTON
Center for International Studies, M.I.T.
4:10 p.m., Thursday, March 22, 1973. East Conference Room, Rackham
The Honorable CORNELIU BOGDAN
Romanian Ambassador to the United States
4:10 p.m., Monday, March 26, 1973. Clements Library

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In Benefit Concert For
CAROL JONES
2nd Ward Democratic Council Candidate
Friday, March 16, 8:00 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Tickets $1.50 On Sale
in the Fishbowl 10-3 p.m.

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